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■■at ehap oar eoaternctian
for fear too much work wtn
*} that era amt carted bank
la order to keep people from
. _ tbe thlrv*» which
teed to bo
The iadhtdaat neon might parbapo
without cowardice individual;/ ekeido
mat ft 6odd, or not to boy. If he
that be could not do i*. to a!
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uwakhbo etataomen. and wow of ita
would-be financier* unite to *aj- that
Ibo only way to fewmnty k to go
back (town toe hai late the Slough of,
iblpui, end then dewly climb tbe
bill again only to bo knocked down
into before iwaefaiac ita commit, we
•hall Have lam all Titian, til tour
TO DISCHARGE PASTOR
Warn. Jut IS.—Tha eaagmga
tlaw of tka rtm Cato rad Bagttst
hasrotud ky a majority if
km ratas again* tka reUntfon of its
»aatar. Bar. tout A. Msbaau. The
majority faction rocoatty oooarod an1
Injaoctton rtstniotag tbs yaakar from
oafiiriag urrVa until tbo matter
cowld bo voted oa.
Roth faettaaa claimed a majority,
■»d Mp Boer ordered that a yell
bo takaa <a aa ordariy manner. This
rooaltad la 144 votaa beta* caat for
the retention of the pastor and 114
tea against Ua retention. Only
mamkeva tehaoc names are on tha
rinmek book* wore allowed to rote.
ONSLOW COUNTY MAN
KIH.PI> BY EXPLOSION
Now Bora, Jana IS.—Nat Bytroe
•d farinaly; Hagk Vilas, young book
hooper, h believed lo bare boon fa
tally injured and Pori Patrick, Brs
riririrumaif. seaMed, whoa a
141 bamapowoi aUaa bwB.r raided
ad aad wrecked dm Banks and Thom
as |h wd we nOI si BfcUandc this
moraine at H o'clock. It was learned
boro over long distance telephone this
J. G. Anderson, of the Anderson
Motor company, of Rock Hill, S.
CL, writing to the Manufacturers'
Record, declares that he has been
amased at the ignorance manifested
a visitors to his plant from the
M-th and West Practically all
of them, he says, "on tbeir first
visit show that they are surprised
to nee that we have a town with
sewerage, and that we arc not burn
ing op from the hot son and that
alligators are not crawling around
It is indeed remarkable that there
fhoold be snch ignorance on the
part of people coming from sec
tions where illiteracy is not as out
standing as it is perhaps in the
Sooth, but the experience of Mr.
Awderson is not an uncommon one.
Anybody who has occasion to come
in contact with Northern and Wes
tern people who have not been and
seen at first hand conditions in the
South, find them ridiculously ig
norant of actual conditions.
The moat illiterate Southern man
seems to be better posted at to con
did owes In other sections of the
cowweiy than are some .of the col
Imp imnAipIb aI »kw Mnvtk <
Wert in reference to • the Sooth.
Mind prejudice in in the final anal
rata, perhapr largely recountable
lor the condition—Kinaion Free
DUNN. ROUTE ONE
The part ant ha* been ena at
•W» onnk from ThoaaaaviR*. arhen k*.
ha« iniytoi a poaklea aa teacher si
*• Orphanage cehool for 23-14.
Hav. Samuel Lamb, of Wake Foret*,
attended eervicaa at Spring Branch
M A. C. J» nkpna. ntndeni at;
Creek apent the aroek end at
Rev. M. W. Naler attended tho
Ordination of Casper Warren at the
Baptiat chareh at Dunn Sunday even
Mina Bvetyn Rodgart. ctudnnt at.
Baleb Creek, apent the week mill
»Rh Mina Lucy Naylor.
Mr. Barnett, of Dana, in tnarking
a ciaan af Sunday nchool workma at'
Mingo chareh thin week.
Mian Verne Jackson apmt Sjixiayi
Mr. J. 8* (Dover, of Durham, vi<
Itcd hb father Rev. W R. (Hover,
the pant week.
Mr. Henry Aman, of Talnon, vlnit
ed hb brother, Mr. John Amon hero
Rev. G. A. Bain, filled hb rugu' ir
appointment at Me Elam Sunday.
Mr. Charlie Ray Carroll, 0f Angler,
vbltad hb aunt, Mrs. O. D. Strick
Prof. H. P. Naylor will tcaeh the
Bereca clean at Spring Branch Sun
day. the cabinet being ‘ Chrwtian Ed
ucation.” All the members arc urged
to be preeent. THb in a timely eub
June IB. 1913.
Now York. June IS.—In ihc llrvl
fortnight la Juno the crop outride of
Turn ha* deteriorated mom than it
ban improved in l>uit State A most
unusual event nunng uuj moa‘41 or
summer when one usually expects
weather which will a<lvanr« the crop
to the heat condition of the a"usc«.1
In Texas, the crop shows an excellent
Mate of cultivation, with a good Up
toot which will enable the rrop u>
srlthaUnd much bad Weather do-Inf
July. In the remainder of the oot
toa bolt, the crop s si above <-.atari,
in a poor condition. I
A* a result of the pause In the'
thought of the merchants, thorugb
out the country, tire demand for cot
ton goods has been inactive, with the
rreuh that the stocks of good* in re
tailei* hands is believed to be smaller
than usual. Of coacae, the late an 1
rainy weather bus injured th; spring
trade. So we sec the mills without
protection against the coming win
ter trade demands except in the slock
which they arc carrying: in excw. of
last season. Manufacturer* point out
the difference In price of cotton sow1
and the quotations'for thu new crop
deliveries, as tbs session that retailors
art carrying reduced stock of goods.
Therefore, are have on one hand a
growing crop which uow looks to be
Inadequate to meet the expected re
quirements of the world lor next sea
son, even with the use of tlia small j
carryover, and on the other, thu
trodc, as ws know it, net buying
ahead as in other ysars. There is also'
not the same invuatment demand
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%>■ eh 111 IMAMU,* uf ,*nt* »uppLo«,
bays cotton to bold for ■ long period.
JNnribly mu m lecturers doubt thuir
•hil ly to lib.lrihal* good* on • higher
ha'i* than that bow ruling, and this
■»> affect the mind* of Uioee ••»rurc
pi-cneur *• who are usually loosely
culled speculators, bat who do ao
iaigr; a port of the world’* economics
of enterprise. • Thou the march of
Ceratn appear* to point to an iccini
Ution of the factor* which in other
years, at umo time and at tome
price, have led to advancing price*.
Whithor It will da to thia osteon It it
too sou a to piudict bat from tho
present outlook, the prospect of an
adequate supply of American cotton
:* not promising.
HL’BBA'RD tilt OS. « <50.
Aincrifg l.a< alwuv>i |m-f cried In!
ial<« her ;>re.it men front (he soil.
Untidy has %he bint i.win I her choice
«m theme nourished Where city pave
ments separate them from the mo
ther of us alL— Calvin Cooliilge.
FORT BRAGG AIRMEN
RETURN FROM PACIFIC
Liaialeaaat Gatov* sad Svryeeot Hil
ton, Pathfinders, Given Royal
Wei feme by Comrade*
Pn..uU-„nT.. Im. t A V I_* * n
Gaines, transcontinental pathfinder
of the air, and 8taff Sergeant A. J.
H:lton, hi*, moehanicaii, completed
their round trip giro«j the United
State* at flee minutes after i o'clock
tWa arternaon, when they landed at
their home station of Pope field,
which they left a little le># thou four
weeks ago to taap out a southern
coast to eoASt route for future air
travelers. Thry left Boiling Held, this
afterneon making the last leg of the
flight in something like three hour*.
Wright field, at Fairfield, Ohio,
was the last stop before reaching
Washington late yesterday. The trans
continental fliers were given a royal
welcome when they landed on the
Fort Bragg flying field, a large num
ber of fellow officers and soldiers and
u big delegation at friends and ad
mirer; from Fayetteville were pres
ent to greet th* returning heroes.
General A. J. Bowiry, poet comman
der, was the fiiwt to shake hands with
l.MKilanant Gaines and Sergoant Hil-|
tin and congratulate them on the
achievement, eacces* accomplishment
of their great task
BEN50N MAN WAS AN
Benson. June 14.—L. M. Mungo raj
who died here a few day* ago, wu a'
irmarkable naan. Bom just before the]
War Between the State* he never had1
the advantMMof an education, his;
entire rfffi^f^amavering bat Sevan I
days. Nrveithdrw he acquired a good'
education. In an article aboat Him1
Dr. G. K. Parker sayr:
"Mr. Mnngum was a natural born
orator and could speak as intelligent'1
l> and with as much eaao as moat
any man I ever saw addressing an
audience. On on* occasion th* annu
al Christian conference was held with
tae church at Pleaaaat Hill, and this
being Mr. Minium's home church, he
was rhoeoti to deliver the sdilreee of
•rekomc. In the audience were sar
•ral D. D.*e, and college prefeasor*
and many others of the vary beat tai
*nf. <rf that denomination. At the cleaa
®f hk editress, ao I am InfoKued, the
pivsident of Klon College was heard
to remark that H» had never heard
ths equal «f that address fall from
the lipe of man.
* Yoo could read his life as It was
reflected In his face; a man of great
monarch and information.'1
A SNAKE 'TALE.”
Kinston. June 13.— Benny Scott,
“ l»o keeps snakes for |i«ts when
they are itt season, frequently caf
• yuig several in hit pockert, has
exploded the theory that a black
snake will tight a person. Scott re
peatedly heard that the black snake
wa* rhc only American species of
kitch courage. One tried to "bluff
" The snake darted at me from
behind a bush the other day." Scott
said. It was the first time T had
ever seen anything like it. I thought
what a prize it would be,'and start
ed after the snake. It wouldn't
stand. That i> all bosh about black
snakes coiling and fighting. That
snake beat me across a 50-acre
held. It nearly broke its neck
against cotton * hills.' ’*
Scott last year arranged a fight
between a water rattler and a rat
The snake made toward the rat.
The rodent, quicker of the two, bit
the snake under the throat The
‘ •t>s '• as fatal to the snake. Then
the rat died of fright.
NOTICE OF RE-SALE OF LANDS
Under and by virtue of aa order of
rceaW made in * special proceeding*
entitled Farquarri Smith, Administra
tor at Doekery McNeill ra. Mhry Mc
Neill, et-ale, same being No. 204X on
CoaunMoner wlllr offer,
for ca*. »t tho/oort hj
LiUingtou. N. (f. oa Mmday,
26 th, 1X22 at £ o’citoAi.Uk
following deecrSwd tfibta^er p
of laud. ’
The two follow} .
df land being in
FIRST TRACT: Beginning at a
huckleberry true in Grady'* line and
run« thence with Gredy'e Hue N. STM
W. 0 chain* and 26 links Oo a
and pointers In Stephen McKay'e cor
ner; thence with Ills lias Ne. 60
chain* and TO links to a stake in the
old MaDet line; thence as that tin*
N. 61H E. II chain* and 75 Hnk* to
• *J»ko »nd point***; thence 8. II
B. 57 chain* and (0 links to a stake
and pointers; thence R. 16 W. 40 eh*.
to^tfc*J»o£aalag, containing 81 acre*
| SECOND TRACT: Beginning at a
i <*nka in center of the Doan and Lfl
Uagtea road onpottt* a largo dead
Pino pointers, doe. R Smith'* corner
In the McArthur Una and ran* thence;
R 14 E. 5500 teat to a stake, Mc
Arthur and Halier'. line la the old
plantation road; thanca B. 74 W. US
foot to a (take; thanca N. 15 W. 4X5
feat te a Make and points**, a cor
n*r In Batter** llae. thence N. 5 1-5
B 101514 fact to a (take, Hoary Da
»*» comer in B. Cameron's line;
thence B. 515.7 feet to a stake in
Henry Davie comer; thence N. 5 1-5
E. 1048.6 fact to a stake on the
•oath side of Dunn amt Littingtou
read, another of Henry Dacia cor
ner*; thence a* Duan and LUIlntgon
road S. 040.4 feet to the beginning. I
contain!a* SI acre* men or law.
A dtpoalt of 10 m coat of tho
Prtco will bo required of tho aoeaaae
lol bidder, ponding c—fli—Moh by
Thio the nth day of June 1PU.
CLAEEMCX l- nun.
Juno It It.
Tho ondoralgnod having qualified ao
AdnuniotnOer of tho idrio of John
P. Walk hum, docaoaod. Iota of Bor.
nott County, thla la to notify all pon
aono having r Laima agoinat aotd aa
tato to praoaot thorn to mo duly
verified on or before tho 11 day of
Jnna, 1114, or tblo notice will bo
pleaded in bar of chair recovery; oil
petooao ladobtod to void aotata will
moke lmmodlnta mwit
ThU llih day of Juno 1PM. ,
CLASKNCX J. SMITH,
Adml Differ* tor.
Jana It H tl July I 1« IT.
MEN BETWEEN 30 and 40
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are on the average at their highest earning ability.
That is tho time to set aside a part of their income for
the declining yca£
To often r. i.ome stroke of fortune to
make up :ht have saved only to be
disappoint pect greater earning power
Those that the second half of life is
better than" it i* not spent in penury. In
vouth joys ai rt disappointments are also sharp
and many. 1 _ eaken the body but the mind is
as keen as be d stronger with Required knowl
edge and expei
Provide for declining- years by putting aside
some of your « gs in this strong safe hank.
The Commercial Bank
OUNM, - NOCTH CAROLINA
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WEE* END TRIPS
will bi k | each
Friday and Saturday mi tad to
midnight Tuesday foj wing.
Round lYip Su er Excur
sion Ticket* 7i i dally to
Resorts in U\ite States and
Canada. Stop allowed.
Final limit Oc Slat
ATLANTIC fOAST UNE
Standard Railroad of the South
J. W. Whitehead, Ticket Agent
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Do not wait until you in really to gm before looking
over your gins and other machinery. Get everything in
first class shape.
We are headquarters /or repairs—Boiler, and Smoke
Stack Work—we have *£* ~
Hoe Mill Mws and accessories. Large stock mill sap*
plies, pipe shAting, pulleys, babbitt, metals, etc.
ITI^A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU
. The Jno. A. McKay Mfg. Co.
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