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FORD NOT AFTER
WIRE BOOSE JOB
l[ifh|lilli| Mm, June 18.— “ 1
have vo desire u> be the President
of ike United State*,” Henry Ford
said, utile stopping oxer the week
end hrrr on hi* wav from Provi
dence. R. !.. to Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
"* 1 am too much occupied with
my owe affair* to become the next
PrryiiWnt, and I do not intend tn
ran. All thi* you hear about my
name being associated with the
Presidency is newspaper talk.
There is nothing to it”
With the meeting here yesterday
ior the first time of Henry Fun!
and Governor John M. Parker, <■!
I ouiMina. prominent Democrat* in
the Connecticut Valley place higt
political significance on a confer
race that rook (dace in a local ho
tel. The two men. both of when
hare been mentioned as possible
Presidential candidate* for th«
Democratic I‘residential nomina
lion, met a Urge delegation of Den
octet* from thi* section and tin all)
were closeted in a room for son*
time Neither would admit tha
po-'ltic* with reference to their cyan
chance* for the nomination hat
Mr. Ford took occasion to deni
hi* reputed sympathy for the Ki
Kiux Klan, taping that be not onb
wa* not a member, but belonged t<
no secret organisation whatever.
After tlw conference, (Viverno
, Parker west tn Greenfield, when
/he ►poke at the dedication of ai
Elks Memorial statue. There h
wa* hailed a* live logical candidat
fur President. A tlecided boor
among the 10.000 person* there wa
evident for Parker.
WILSON COUNTY PEOPLE
HEIRS TO A LARGE
ESTATE IN TZXA
Wilson. June 21.— Many year
ago Je**r Johnson, white, on »c
ctnrnt of a child born oat a
matrimony ami being charged wit
being it* father, fled this count
and located in Texas, where he put
rinsed many acre* of land. Seven
year* ago ml ura* discovered on hi
estate, three wells were sunk whic
proved tn be gushers, and soon h
he grew immensely rich. Not Ion
since at the advanced age of 92 h
NO EXTRA SESSION
BEFORE NEXT YEAR
Coventor Morrison docs not an
ticipate calling a special tsisinw of
the General Assembly before 1924
even if (he report of the committee
investigating the feasibility of
State ou-rxwi and operated steam
ship lines is favorable, he indicated
yesterday when be stared his belief
that the committee will require at
least six months longer to complete
When that report is completed
and submitted to him. Governor
Morrison said, if it is favorable it
will be submitted to the members
of the General Assembly.
“ My action then." he said, " will
be determined by the advice of the
members of the General Assembly
and public sentiment as 1 find it at
The investigating committee, the
Governor said, has hardly made
more than a beginning on its task.
The members of the committee have
viewed the waterway* of the State.
■ Rut the business of getting the de
tail* necessary to determine the ad
visalatity of the State's entry into
shipping operations involves, ac
cording to the Governor, a great
■ deal of work. No members of the
i committee, who are busy men, are
devoting their whole time to the
" In the only talk I have had witli
- the commission,’' said the Cover
. nor, " I told them that I wanted
i them to make the most complete re
. port on water home commerce evei
. made in the United States. I wil
, he absolutely satisfied with the re
i port when it is made. I befieve tlx
people of the State will be satis
fied with it.” — Raleigh News am
, died without leaving a wilt, and i
' develops that beside* the three ui
wells his estate is estimated to bi
i worth $7,000,000. Mrs. Zcb. Wear
- er, a grand niece of deceased, am
f several other Wilson county penpli
i and two fmm Johnston county, di*
f tant relatives, have employed legn
- counsel, and they will leave to
1 Texas at once to get a line on tfv
f big windfall.
1 ■■■■ -
c Home grown roasting ears an
< being offered for sale on the loca
SALE OF LAND FOR TAXES
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nuiaa. w. T. ll-a. 111.**
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arur. Adalla l lot **.>«.
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>*dy. Job* 1 lot »» 14
rant. (Tartar 1 lot 111.41.
larteEold. H. H. 1 lot 1*44
lartodoM. J*kt 1 lot lilt*,
onto, Walter 1 lot *IT *•.
(Itton. Justice 1 lot UK.
•t Jtanlr 1 lot 111.**,
laaolo. W. WX I let* 111 l*.
[oooa Alan 1 lot llt.tt.
IrKay. Mill* 1 lot 11.11.
loKay. Milton J. *T-a. 111.II.
IcKilOan, Clyde 1 lot *!.*•.
Eaynor. Dock 1-a. lu ll
lyTro. W. t. ll-a. *41.03.
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rttltli. Ella* Bat 1 lot 111:«
'non. Don. I lot* It.tl
rukln* w. E. 1 lot *11.11
rilllamn Tlor* 1 lot tl.lt.
Pill lama, Lewi* B. 1 lot I1I.I7.
nlllaaa. Earl I lot Ill.lV
Cumack. Oeo. t lot 111 TO ,
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Ikell. Mra E C 1 lot 116.14.
Todwlo. R u. 41-a till 70
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(amax. Kiaa R.lll a 111.47.
teaalay. M. IX 1*4-a III 10.
!nn<* Walter ll-a 117.10.
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tedwla A. J, 70-a 170.01
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tkell. (X p, 16-a Waddell Inn*. ITUS.
Kent**. laalah M-a Weaver Ld. 0*6.00
William* M. IX 17-a 111 IX
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ltd* DUKE rOWXIIUp
l“l TABES S— AVKBASnOBO
lull or. Dr. Ja* R ■ lot. ||t.}*.
Tanaadr-Yeuaff aad Boat 1 lot tt.ia
>u*X / K. Jr. I lota $10.00.
Jodwln. R L. 4l-a MIT.30.
lark*on. E W. M-a 11070.
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roknaon. Howry P. Ill-a. *14.11
dnoda. W. T. an* Co 1 lot (III ■ <
dond* W. *. | 0-4-a 117.*7.
KcLamb. J. y. 10-x lll.ll.
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tmlth and McKay * lota *117.11.
ibaii. a p. * iota man.
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Imitk A McKay. I lot* tilT.IX
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rnuoir aad Canaady * lot* *71.4i
rarrlati. AlonaoM-a 1131.71.
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UIV WAS IN A BAD FIX
(£fdOM NERVOliy WMBESTIIIM
liavaig qaallfled aa administrator
to tho estate of G. R, Hodgem, de
ceased. this « to notify an penoni
baring claims against aaid estate to
prasent same is the undersigned on
or before the 1st, day of June, 1924,
or this notice will be pleaded In bar
of their recovery. All persona Indebt
ed te said estate will please soaks
This Jane 1, 192S.
X. F. HODGES,
Administrator ef as tat* of G. B.
June 1 » 12 29 July 9,
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
Under and by virtas of the power
of sale contained in a deed of trast
executed by L. C. Dap re* and wlfa,
Lifllt May Dapree, to I. R. Williams,
Trustee, recorded in Harnett County
la tho office ef the Register of Deeds
In Beok 124, page 111, default bar
ing been made in the payment of the
imte thereby secured tad the under
signed trustee having been called
upon to foreclose the trust, the un
dei signed trustee will offer for ml*
at the coum^HtfSm'WQor, LUUngton,
N C., at-#ttbllc aumiofi, for eaah, at
12 e tjRk M., on pt list day ef
Mny^^tia, Ube following described
turcjdrscu of laM:\
Awo certain butts ,od laud lying
beingKgJlafnrtt .county. State
Caiyu, bounded and de
i fouowi :
: Jtginfsf at a stake
formert# Dr. Hudson's
F. Smith's Une and runs
aa _ line M/lP 1-1 W. 16.19
tghaine to a stake in Smith and Baas
Fbsrry Road; Thence as the said road
N. Sr-*.' 16.06 chains to L W. Tay
!or*a corner, near the gin 1st; thence
another rued & 17 8-4 E. 9.85 -a-1—
to a stake In the West ddt of tho
Road; thence South 6 West 845
clustos to Suggs' corner In the ditch;
thence os Ms line S. 27 5-4 E. 5-40
chains to another corner of hfai
ihcnee 8. 80 1-8 B. 1021 chain* to
a stake, formerly J. W. Wade and L
W. Taylor’s corner In J. W. Lane’s
line; thence aa his line 8. 69 1-4 W.
16.40 chains to the beginning, con
taining 84.08 acme.
Second Tract: Beginning at a
stake In the Bam Ferry Road where
the road going oat from Dunn aa
Main St., goes into it, being L. C Du
prees and Charles Jobfison's corner,
in R. kl. Pearsall's lb*#, and runs aa
L. C. Dupree and (nulls Johnson's
line N. 1-4 R. 19.8# chains to L. C.
Duprees and CherU#Johnson's corner
st the neuidipf a witch, thence aa
their line amiwltel# S. 89 7-8 B. 81.76
chains to theifce A his Use and L. C.
Dupree's Hoc S» 1-t R. 19 ->■->— to
Die middle of m the Dunn-Nrwton
Grove Road; lUes as the said road
S. 82 1-2 W. lKhulns S. 86 W. 9.40
chains and S0A1 86 W. 9.48 ebaiaa
to the beginning, containing forty
nina and 85-100 acres.
This 17th day of April, 1988.
L R. WILLIAMS, Trustee.
L. C. DUPREE.
In consideration of the fast that
the residence of L. C. Dupree was
destroyed by fire Saturday sight.
May 98, 1989, the above sale is again
continued until June 18, 1998.
This 28th day of May, 1988.
I. R. WILLIAMS, Trustee.
I. C. DUPRHE.
In consideration of the fast dial
the residence of L. C. Dupree was
destroyed by fire Satarday night,
May 84, 1988, the above sale is again
continued until 18 o'clock noon, Jane
Thlc 14th day ot Jane 1S8S.
I. R- WILLIAMS, Tmetae.
L. C. DUPREE.
Jane 15 St 8*.
Tka undaraigned baring qualifier
aa r locator upon tka aatatc el
G. W. Wklttanton, dacaaaad, lota ol
Hamate county, tkia la to notify al
(MrnoM having ekdrfi egainet the
Mid eetate to present them to me, en
or before the let day of jane, 1934,
or thto notice wtR be nlanilcil la bet
of their recovery. All if raon. indefct
ml U anld eetate jjfi pic* it make
Thle the Ian# of Jane. 1913.
Kxecetor ofT}. W. Whltteaton.
Guy end Parker, Attorney*
I June llllli 99 inly 3.
Oil —”al .Mil III II ■
I JUST RECEIVED
I Barnet Sc HolBday Co.
Dunn, North Carolina i
Suits YmlbivadueOmmUp of® I
and in a-4hort time tfou will have a car of I
your own-Nnien arf “out-of-doors*' will be
yours to enjoi witn your family. B
Tttok jof dreyomfort, the pleasure and
Buy your car urwrthe terms of the
For as little as $4, you can select the Ford
you want and pice your order at once. We
will put thia mo4ev in a local bank for you
—at interest. Mch week you add a little
more. This also fl raws interest. Soon your B
payments, plus the interest earned, makes
the car your own. Come in! Let us give j
you full particulars about this new plan.
W. THORNTON I
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MoKay. Ktao Eunice 1 lot fio.lt.
Mil.amt. A W. M-A MAM. J
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Xaiakbora H. a 41 * (111* I
Nrlrhbor*. Era**l 11a (41.1 A 1
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XorrlA Mr* Crocy td-A M M
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Sandora. Aehlry I l*u 111 It
Shall. Mr* Calll* A 111-a I lou IflT.TI.
Smith, C. a U-e (Till ;<
Smith, J. Walter 4-a lull
Smith, A O ll-a 111.4* |
Smith. A F. 17 -a lil.M.
Sorrell, Kaary 1(-a !<*•* I
Bo.-r.ll, Ala* Ita M-a It I. SO.
state Rank aad Trail Co. 1 tot (Til* i
Stewart Bn. o W. ti-a lit wt.
Btewart. a W. lt-a. Ill It. I
Stewart. Mr* Mlanle 1-l-a UTS.
Stewart. Mra Flerer.ee, 11.* (ll.Tfl. 1
Stewart, H M. lt-a lll.ll.
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Serle*. O. M. I lot* 10.17.
Sarlct. Robt. A 1 lot IST.SA
Tort. Winifred tt-a. III.1A
T*M. B M. ( Wta lll.tl.
Tart. W. H. I wt* Ht.ft
Tart. T. F. 11-A (Bl.tt.
Tart, rank 1 lot llldd
Tinman. Madotlba 1 let 144.1a
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, Turner*. W. D and W. J. loner I lot
; Tart. Jm*o lM-a I lot Illll*.
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1 WadA W. F. Sr. •-* |ll«t.
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Warraa ilrua IM-a mill.
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, Waalhrook. Paul M. 4 wu Md.fll.
I Wllnon. Jar W. 41-a I Iota |T1 fll
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WllaoA 1. W. 41-a 1 lota 171*41.
Wood. John A lt-a Ml*.
Yoon*. A F. Bel flfl^1 lata I11AII
! Taylor. Nr* T. A T-a MM.
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Barefoot. Mra Ell* 44-a. 111.71.
> Itar*foo4. O. A 1 lot fAlfl.
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Coala Mr*. Allan ll-a A R 111.7*
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i^^M*33= — — I i ss^^pmnrw
in the Studehaker Blf
all the performance, all
and oil the dependability^!
can give—at a price the
duceie cannot even sppr4a
The Eig-Sbc Touring l|a
•enter car with a sr
motor and eeven passeng
throughout. It distinctly 4
passenger body mramtep
The Big-Six will
hills on high. It will
rate of speed over long
after hour. No ear protH
Ail riding—none is eaai
None is finer from I
Equipment U complete, even to an «t
tra wheel with tire, tube and tire cover.
lu low price is due to targe volume
and to the fact that Studebaker over
head Is shared by three models—ell
size*. Then, too, only one manufac
turing profit is included in the Big-Siz
price because all vital parts are manu
factured in Studebaker plants.
If you spend more than the Big-Siz
price you can buy more weight and
butkinesa and pay more for overhead
and operation, but you will not get •
Studebaker has been building qual
ity vehicle* far 71 yean.
Power to any climbabU hill
I SMITH A McKAY
|L >obbi, — North Carolina
Hit It A 8TUDBBAKRR YBAR