i- ■ -
At dm rrmnt Greet shore•raertinc
ot the Citizens’ Committee of One
Hundred on Prison Legislation tncoam
mendabonz srere made by nfieen
ocb roainilteee which had been stndy
iag ratio a* phases of th* pci sou prob
lem in this State. On the basis of
th<**a rveomnmulctta-u a committer
comyoaed ef Mr. A. X. Salts. Mrs.
KaU Barr Johnson Dr. J. F. Steiner,
Mm T. W. Sicken and Dr. Joseph
Hyde Pratt wilt work out n program
af penal legislation to be proposed u>
the nest General Assembly.
lasisr the recorameadationa ef the
•ub-eemmltteea (which have not yet,
• however, been boiled down Into a,
i *•*«•*• prison program) are Uw fel
l. Keotganlzatlon of the State
Pteonja provide for a central dear.
honse equipped wish a Bnreao of
Medicine ami Psychiatry and for the
supervision of the whole system by (
«• "iwwuto wx inr war a zor int
criminal issue at the State prison
*pd prevision for the eare of afl In
aaaa aad feeble-minded inmate* at
tba mnl State hospitals tor the
bnaa* and at CasweD Tralnin* school.
Aa oxastinattoa of all inmaloo would
b* mod* by a commissi**! of mcnt^
exp*its aad any saac would be trans
ferred to tb* proper department of
1 of a farm colony
•f n system of
for th* State Prison
of the Board of
beys similar to th*
B> Iaersue to tfm~ number of
••• tbo Superior Ooort for th*!
total of ^riariaoi caaa*, so arranged
“■* a* person ta North CaiolJna me- j
cusod of crime woold hero to wait for ]
*m* taupor than twelve weeks.
•* X matron in osclutoe ehaspe
•f At VDRMii'i wards of oil roomy
ami eity Jails; Is th* torpor jails
for Ml tins*; fas th* smaller jail* for
, IS- Prohibition of floppinp and1
**■ of dork cells as punishment'
fo both State and saonty prisoners.
II. Csawinatien by the Bona *f!
Kodtaiac aad Psychiatry at the!
***** Msoo of all coart esses ihoapht!
to be mental cases. •
^ I*. Better adfctniriration of pa
IX Abolition of tl<e eoorirt lease*
14. A aeieMUW su*s> sod study
of tbs suri criminal by a commie Lon
kIkM by and under tha direction of
tha St*^ Board of Charities and PuV
E» Welfare. .
, !«. Props ration by tho State
Stale Board of Charity and Faille
Welfare of plans and specific ethos
for musty jaDs and etiy prisons of
varying type* to sat tha needs of
lb? diffoient eountioe and towns in
16. That Bit State Board of Char
ities end Public Welfare and the
State Board of Health is empowered
V> enact rules (or carrying into ef
fect tho legal regulations as to sent
tatico, health and segregation of pris
"vf. W. H. orUngto’i, and little eon
HSton, wore partakers of the barbe
cue dinner given by Messrs. Lanydon
and Faqusy at Sloe urnb last Mon
Ifm. Stewart Turlington who has
been quite tick with Ir.Pucnia b tm
lirj. P. E. Turlington and family
arr tick with liJluonra.
ITog killings are Already beginning
Mr. Stcwnrt Tailinglon killed S,«C0
Mr. John McLeod, who has been
rirk for some tiibc. Is improving now.
, Rnv. Mr. Bray of Bniet Creek will
nroach st Tudlrptna- school 'war
(•’••• tiny at 3X0 p. m.
We are ve-y glo.il to have Misa
ll?uic Ennis bark with ns after an
sbrence of a week on account n( In
Miort Vara a«d Brookic Sum.in
and Ila Ennis spent the week end
with their aunt, Mrs. Edd Williams,
TAXES IN NEW JEltSEY
Some people n North Carolina who
think they an being heavily taxed.
Hiving* no thoaghu to the benefits de
rived from that ■ taxation, ought to
move about a hit and make observa
tion*. Certainly they woold find com
fort In the tax Agiue* font New Jer
sey, where the aggregate of taxer
levied for the year -021 amount to
the comfortable sum of $169,144,939.
Making analysis of the New Jersey
•itamlen. Mr. MeCmady Sykst, writ
i*Jt I* Commerce and Finance, say*
that this is $17,000,000 mere than
wp« ever before paid for oimilar par
peace in that state. It include* tfas
taxca levied by local amesaora. coun
ty tax boards, and State beards. Lo
eal or mualeipal taxes account for
fear amount to maaaty 6M)OOJJOO;
county purpaess call for mors than
Nsw Jersey haa a population of lr
161.900, so that her state, county,
and local taxes alone amount to the
staggering sin of $61 per capita. On
the statiscical average of Ave persona
the family these figures seem incred
ible. ft seems Impossible that the
avers*e family ahouM be paying over
$260 per year in these local taxes
alone, exclusive of all income taxes
and federal taxes of every kn d. New
Jersey suffers an additional burden
from 'he fact that ■ larps part of he*
P«-P>« make tholr living In New York
aa-l arc compelled to^ay Income tax
«* there. _
TV average . rate of taxation ip
New Jersey, as Sykes baa it, is $6,641
Compare that with the eomparn
«£:B'v ■ ■
m M \
Capital Stock-9 10.000.00
fcrpl^o aad ttaUrkfad Profit.-. SSJOS.tS
Wmr rtaaaaa Gfrpontfan- 40.tSS.7t
Dcfarrad Crodff; Pad oral Kaaarra- 8S.S70.40
9*??****** -- -- -- 40.000.00
■jHwomrt: Federal laaarva Bank- 77.487.09
•*• —tmm^ 710,7MJK>
I 9094, Imjm :
r 9 Caapar _OfPytJW • ^ ^
I—:— -—- r
lively low rale 1* Ne:-+ Cn:!
tin* the Ncrih Car<ii-.n
th* Seneht* secured, (ii! o* h. •.>•_1
The undersigned hiving qualifled
■e Administrator ef lh» M(nu> of
Oeorgim S. Ga‘ney,|dvc«ided, '..uo of
•iamcn Co lint 7, tub i< ir, no-.,f.. ^.1
ccrmrna having claim* again* »t!d er
fata to present them to me duiy <«,'•
•*1 <w» or before the 24th. da/ ■>(
November, 1083 or this notiro wit. bo
Ira0«d !n bar of their tweo otyfal!
. -Kona Indebted to said estate -ill
naic* immediate payment.
TliU 24th day of November, ifr?2.
LENN1K GAINEY, Aucilnstrstar.
_ Dunn, N. C.
Clarenco J. Smith. Attorney.
Nov. 24 Dee. 1 8 15 22 20.
Thv und*;-*iguod baring qanl'ficd
*' Administrator of the estate o(
'JcD. Holliday, deceased, lata of Har
Pott County, thla Is to notify all per
*oni having claims against said estate'
a present them to me duly verified
ti er before tho 24th dav o. Vov**i
*. *23 or thi» notice wit' b. pi.;: '7.;
»* bor of their leCuve y; p .
ir.iebted to ra ,1 vtitle will make
TTila 24th day of November. 1022.
HAEP&R hfeO. HOLLIDAY,
Admi niatrntor, 1
Dunn, N. C.
Clarence J. Smith, Attornev.
Nov. 24 Dee. X 8 13 22 23.
NOTICE jOF SALE ~~ ~
By virtnc of the teit,'* cf aYevtain
>*rtg«ge deed escc.ite t by Willie
ope. ar.H wife, Mollie Popn. which
mortgage deed is duly registered lu
look 108. Tag* 271. m the olTleo of
uia Register of Deeds of Harnett
county, default hiving been made in
;he Mtymrmt of tho notes secured
thereby, tho unUcnienci'. mortgagee
wi>l on Saturday, Decerobor 23rd,
- e • .s'. -4*
. '• r-14 iio-ir TV ill- •• •
* Hw’. If. 10 cja'w. i » .V
V oc."x.'i.' • 1(5 c
(5 d d,p' of K. jtfce
--1/LO"1. Sen l; tu.
* ! i'.t. 1 8 15 28.
»*M. or "sale of LAM)
wndvr and by virtue of a cjf.. c-.- ■
• 1a t.* a.syericr Ccus i «.i
• .'-e.’sty, before the Clrr.:. t’•
" * all 7. Hedge*, Ad.Ti’ni t.. -
'V. A. Hodge*. fcccu-vol n
Ho !gc* ot al*." *u;n» bein.r
-- ■■■" Jii Special Proceedinee
■ : . i f said coui t, aad the order
- •■•'-’i t'.c.cn the undcraispiad
t • ' "cr wi’t, po Saturday, l»e
b: > *, 1922, at 12 o'clock X,
. - I'M li> Avt.nmbnro Tc*l.
" fctietjr, Borth Caroli.nl,
. .b*je tuc'i \ for darlt to tlx*
. •: •rp’ivat I.UtdeA the follow 13
.,rf t !u; cr paro««f land:
.. r -i - »«!>g at a stake A Bettie Hick's
'ix’ r -J. 5V. Hodgef and W. A.
' its' corner, and \runs up said
“•h-'a N. 4 1-2 W. a chain* to an
1 '■> c:rca-j thence N. |8 1-2 X. 4.S0
1 . to a stake; lienee the old
r i-. 1-2 E. 10.20 chain* to a
the comer of wire fence, s
>;-sr; ttonce • now-lino and
vi ;• fence S. 1* 3-4 E. 9 45
; a sinker anotbar Bow come.-;
•-:c:her nsw lia» S. 12 3-4 W.
1 > ■•.' a:. S to a stake In the oriolnaj
Y.t, thenre the origltUl lint N. 88 44
*'• 15 JO cha'iu to the beginning
-s .'rising IB acre*, more or 'era.
" inis of ,*alu—Saturday, Decemhc:
it. U'22, 12 M.
i Cotton Seed Wanted! j
We pay highest cash price* or will exchange for— J
MEAL : 1
« ! I.'.EALTMONIA • £
a * J
Scales situated next lo J. L. Hatcher’s Storil "I
MHALY1I0NIA—fc«id last year bj^nany farmers 3
j ’ 'f* this section—is highly recommended by those who 1
, , used it. . ' 3
N. B. Lee and FretT Baggj^t j
agents fat ♦ '1 * |
i ^ tee County ColtoSrQ® CoBj&iiy*
I A Wish |
**¥ HAVE TAKEN Cardul far run-down, tTorn-out
■ condition, nervousness and sleeplessness, attd I waa
[■ weak too,” say* Mrs. Silvie Estes, of J wining*, OUa. ' j|
"Cardni did me just lots of good—to muck fed I gave tJfl
i H it to my daughter. She com plain od of a soreness In ber £9
aides and back. She took three bottles of Cardul sad to|9
i ■■ ber coaditfan was much better.
"We hsve lived here, near Jennings, for 20 yeers, and
now we have our own home In Iowa I have had to ^
work pretty hard, as this cooahy wasn't built up, and it
"I WISH I could toU weak women of Cardni—toe
medicine that helped give me the strength to go on and I
■ do my work.” This card fulfils htr wish.
I The Woman's Tonic 1
■ —www gag
* **AA -- . . . . . . . * a __
High Grad 2 Fertilizers for
_ . *
c, (AX) T00« riijS C.'.v'e Mined Fertilisers.
2.000 Tees 10 per rent Acid Phosphate.
1.000 Tea* German kaWt, 12 per mat.
800 Ten* German Variate, 80 per eeat fstsih .
100 Ten* Gemrv ?j|ptwite, 40 per eeat Petaah.
100 Ten* Crowns T.mkage, 10 per seat Anaemia.
200 Tea* Dried Ground Pish, 10 per eeat Aaaed*.
8.000 Tea* Agrieal.ural time, 08 per seat.
1.000 Tee* Nitrate o» Seda, IS per seat.
Sea ar write me to o*l on pea at ease far had! pehm
G. I. SMITH
Coals, North Carolina
a f • *
rtc of tele—On promises, At
• •> Townihlp, at W. A. Hodge*
.1 r lice.
. « of aala—Coth
•*! Nov. 20. IMS.
V. '-'cLEOD. Commissioner.
• - He- I ft 16. . •
iiOTICE OF SALE
''iv.uc of an order of the So
- or Court of Harnett County ie
•..l Ou tic 28th day of November,
-2Li. is spec ini proceedings entitled
.lr«aa Lee. Admr. of the estate
ii j. C. 3eT, defeated, against Mary
• •• *»l*i Bell and J. C- BeU, Jy,
ft Uie u tide-signed Coramitaioner
" tr tf by rail Decree will on Sat
*• ‘-‘J. the 80th <lay of December,
-T :. i.t 13 o'clock M., offer for sale
' Ilf Municipal Building, in the
■*-> uf Dnxir., North Carolina, the
* ::fwir.g described tract of land, to
«J n lot of tend in the Town of
«• '-ogianlng at a point on the
!>'* ' a>nrgin of Kdgorton Street
■/ i«i jL'iwird front the intersec
tion cf suid «*-ect with the Eastern
•- -.irn of McKay. Avenue, and runt
L‘ ;ace Northwardly pamllal with
iCay Avenue 150 foot to Edgsrton
street; theeee Weetwerdly with Ed
r-rten 8treat TB feet to the bagtn
Dlng, being e let TO by 1B0 feet la
Tense of Balei OneAhird eeto
upon confirmation of the mle by the
Court; and one-third La ninety days
and one-third In aix after *~~i
Arm at Ion, the deferred gagman* to
bo aeeared by &rat mortgage an the
(Jiaraieee. Tan per cent df the roe
ceatful bid arOl be required to be da
poeited on day of eale pending ood
ftrmatton by live Court
Thia the SSth day of November,
N. A. TOWNSEND, CoimnWecer.
Dec. 1 « IB 12 IB.
' NOTICE Or SALE Of o»M
Under and by virtue ef the author
ity contained In a certain mortgage
I deed executed by Caeeie Moon to
Tilghman Lumber Company on the
86th day of March 1980 and aeeared
by a bond of even data, and default
having boon made in the payment
thereof, the unde reigned Mortgagee
will on oMndey the Bth day of Can
ary 1921, aall to the highlit bidder,
for taah at the Court Boom door
in the towa at HUB igtoe, N. C.. the
following deecri bed tract* of lani to
TV* town let* *4 mapped by Geo.
B. Prince Is the- eabdlrUion ef the
Uad known a* tilt Oil Mill propel U
and sold by Huyhy Bro*.,ohth*
28nd day of Deimter 191B, the
•am* being lot* No. 40 and 41 la
Beginning at a (take os Wilma
street and ran* about W. IBB fact
to a (take; thenew about N. B4 foot
to • stake; thence about B. l«l hei
to Wileon street; thence with Wil
ton street 60 feet to the beginning,
containing two lots, alma 26 X 181
feet, these being conveyed to W. Q.
'Hollingsworth by deed from J. t
Wllmn end wife Bunicy J. Wilson,
recorded-tn book IBB, pegs B22, re
cord* of Heraett eoanty, aad convey
ed by W. G .Hollingsworth to Cemlii
Moore August 14$, 1919 end re
corded In Harnett County hi book
188, peg* 621, record* of Harnett
Thu 6th da* of December 1922
TfLOHMAN LUMBER CO., Ini
Young, Beat and Young, Attorney*
Deo. 8 16 It 24.
Get Behind the Wheel
W Drivir.p the Lincoln brings a new acme of |
The. complete mastery of rime and roads. Rid- ,)
L Seven»P:is9cnger tng under all conditions and at any speed.
Touring Car is a smooth, even flight. ))
ft ^ WflM 300 operation* accurate to one quarter T
thousandth ofvan inch; tsoo operations fflfl
F. o. n. Detroit accurate to one half thousandth of an inch.
- =. Ten Body Type* 5°°° operations accurate to one thousandth
J Ir‘-^' make the Lincoln'the most
T acru.-ateiv |,„lr car i:» the world.
- | J.W. THORNTON
'' Is * -nL‘l‘ ITT-' P^—j Mi f\
: ^_ ‘ ' V _ _L_ . . U
j The Season
| for Stoves
You will find the largest and most complete line of—
ever brought to Dunn in our store.
. Furniture for every room in the House. Prices always
right. t j
Butler Brothers '
Dunn, N. C. Varma, N. C.