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raepcAid; north Carolina,
Cponty CopiiiMioMrs' *
Tfie l)oard ’‘of County CoEfi-
ttidaiid noEldd feeding
.#41^0!^ a license irpm
iHtotwP F^' ’4di|G^
deiaiildlNrqeiaoiatioiiCf^ai). 10. . , , . ^
NiPlielhi^tdat the bi^iiK of tel9»eih»llhe,countv nut*
▼ei^ small percent*
^ ^ ®^PP^ t>y plac-
i indu^y c pnd^
r. tQfQCaalid^dteaienS(^^tm have ap*
ore .liranses by Feb.
Wliy be^punis^d ^y- a fine
not to ejE^Dj^ I&,
^jl|||r> or by >>th
[ore chan pne
fine and icn
bMg4«poi\^y ppipmii^ipni^s^ has
li at all
Wf a 9&
' ger oan tell “where he’s at^’r
grounds, lias th^
) seen outside y
They are, qgteiQt>
ly. meeting Feb. 4^, all
Ordered that ^OQO^be borrofr
ed. from the Court House
Jail Bond Fund fdr the purpose
$2,000 how'due the Farmers’
Bank s!t Rockingham,- and the:
twp notes be made, one for $1',-
^^andohe for $600, beari g^ 6
i^xenl, invest ipid ^ayar^
12 months from date.
Ordered* that W.. N. vJBrown
be all^’ed'$sSLper moptb.to take
cam oJI?"|jewton C»®rie. padper
T.^ Hobson of
AeL^iichfin township given
a rebate of taxes on filM person
al pm)^^y> erronicmslv Hst^...
Ordered that D. A. iQurrie of
Raeford township be Sieved of
.poll tax for 1917 on account ..^of
being a crippled
Ordered that W. B. ^illis of
McLauchiin tow in hip, lie grant
ed a rebate of $2 a/, tame being
special sohocl taxVlisted to him
;in:i^. ' -
usual aixay of l^ls • were
inve^igatod and ^de^ paid.
The Muled Fist Agaih
^ t jt •■
ed its^ peace stpilCEprs ..vrith
weapon which oft^^ Germai
believes mpptefM^^®’^^ dii
ed fist. There am tp be no ptt|K
lie meeting-no crowds;
everyone is to go, qiii^y
bis duties, the stri0ng^'popaja(|^
is told. , -
And “If arms must ui
no distinction whl be made
tween strikers and others. ’ ’ ^
The practice of no dWtiyctiejn
between guilty and innoceyt xe
suited in the 'atrocitie^J^P'*
gium and no^hem Ftwee,
the murders when tlie Ii0usit$^'
nia went down, in t^ w^top
sinking of* hospital and r^ii^
ships.- And Ihese things resulted
ih the entry of the U^tod States
into the war on the side of tl^a
allies, and in the lining up of
racticalfy every nation pf tl^
orld against the central pow*v
. I, $1^ Per .Year.,
ed Ssh” at The Miss Ethel, Lindsay, oL-W#*J Mr. R. B. Cmrie Dead.
A gram, spent Sundai-with frieudh/^^
Thar^y, 14th. ..u ' , Mr. N. ;B. Currie, a good ci»i
^ " zepof AU.ndale towiMih*F' ’
The submarine was to
en shipping from the
Zeppelin was to
A Curd el Thankt
1 wish tp tihaa.fc thp boys oi
Raelprd High thslukol -for the
lEpjkeii they sent me: apd also to
auure th^ that T remember
them each and every pnA
U. 8. S. Tajlabasae^
Mr. A. J. Fu%[jidcm4i^toade
a biisiqejsatcip to 8t LpuiPk«
land into quitting the fightj^^a^
pbyxiating gases and mutilated
prisoners were to br^k dowp
the morale of the allied^ tooops.
Blood and iron failed again. The
bombing of defenseless towns
and the' killing of women and
^ildren aroused the fighting
bloQd of England, and Germap
cruelty but stirred allied soieiers
to fiercer fightifigy '
Having fuled-*ti^ work^ els^
where^^ hb^ ailfiSrCp are tp
tried ai.hOmevO i ^IpilliaDS. Ferj-
hai^l^ . autoerseyv IcUG^ iti
jeppii^vhhjt a 4i||
fe ' the - most
r demands so much
[ofutfeligth and skiH
that probably no
ktherica except v this
could have partray-
iarpaihg role for his
irerly Bayne... The
great feud between
4iid the McLeans,
finds himself fight-
Ide of the Conovers,
•y McLean abducts
irter’s b(ide. the
n” takes vengeance
inils, and blood
The feud has
md unexpected end-
- ' \
demand in this war
othing peculiar to
is that the world
d safe to live in;
ly that it may be
lieb, like our own,
ito own life, de
and fair deal-
pies of" the world
jknd selfish ag-
the peoples of the
for oiir own
Mr. F'R \174lker, hM posted
a sign; No Gar Sold on Sunday.
That’s a sensibiesigD. . '
Miss Kate McJl^an retumed.|/. Mr. Currie
frora a few dajs ago from a visit
to relatives in Georgia.
Miss KatiS Barnard' has re
turned from an extended viJlt to
relative^t Blenheim, S./U.
'fldessrkriKelly Sessoms aniiClif
ton Wilson were at hprqe from
Petersburg, Va., las^we^. ,
■f* Jim Poole says'lf'^ou iiopit a
big crowd at church, som^j^dy
should open a barrel of sugar
there Sunday morning. ,
early Sunday mmming afh r a
long p'etiod of decMoing hasUh.
aged ua.^ears. ‘
was well liker’ hv
all who knew him, becaus* > e
was alwi^s kind and coosidi r le
and. ever ready to do a neigl btir
He is survived by bis mo'^er.
one brother, Mr. Warren Oi.' n.,
and a sister, Mrs. J. W. B.*.-iy.
^is remains were .intena dot
the family burying ground vion-
day morning at 11 o'ckek.
The farmers are a little belat
ed- iu starting their work ip
preparation for another crop op
account of the unusual weather.-
Mrs. M. L. Hall returned to
Charleston,.S, C., Mouday, after
speni^g some time with her
paivms. Mr. and Mrs. B. P.
Mr. G. B, Parker of McLauch
iin township, a successful farnor
er and a good citizen, was a
pleasant-'CaWer at this office
Statement of the Ownersbip^ct the
Hoke County Journal fac Afrii, ’13
Owner, Raeford Publishing Co.,
Publreher, D, S. Porrfe,
Editor “ “ "V
Managing Ed. “ “ “
Business Mgr.‘‘ “
Known bondholders, mort
gigfcs. tic., none.
PROGRAM AT THE
FOR THE COMING WEEK.
The Thrift Stamp campaign
is awakening interest among the
people and will cause them to
save money they have not been
putting to the best use.
-fMr. W. M. Blue and family
left last Thursday night for
their winter ^ hocae in- Tampa,
Fla. They will return to Rae*
ford befiffe summer comes. •
TUESDAY, FEB. 12th.‘
“Grafters” a Triangle Icuture
in 5 reels with Jack De^emlz
and Anna Leber playing the
’ THURSDAY^ 14th.
“The Adopted Son” featuring
Francis X^^shman'and. Bevhr-
l.v'^ayne in this Metro ^ ‘>uder
play in 7 big reels. ^ Bus biuap
plays the part of Two Gun Catp-
ter. . -
from Corpl. Roht
facts. The war situation is critical,
fiffht as they never
/Jlimgry ^merr car
jgry.Tiiatrohs. France, Engla,iul,
going hidag^ unless we feed them.
SaviiBfSrr-They must h^ve wheat. It is toe
ood tqi fight Qh. It is the easiest to ship. We
R them. By saving just a little—
icna.^ quarter of what we ate last yea.r—we caa
supporttobde whp..are*fighting our hidttjes. Afidt we
can- do it wftlmqt stinting ourselves. We have only
. to suhsii^ methcu’fo^. jtist^ M ^
iW Cent of Plemty—Cnib la to*t toedr.
sui^tia'of ft. i^videnjqe has been generous in the
hoiir of our need. It ha^ ciyen ua com in^suqh-hoU^ty
Isiato to eydrpatriotic n^e
(hip, Fe^«r*:CoE!n I ft is the true 'Ameriena '
v ? l^ye(| dii
Qtort torAwtosNrsdaiPMd % diet and conquered
cohtlnent. For n- gmahr section pi our it
biui^htonig eiSft toe-stoff ol- life.. How :well- theSonth
fda|Moa; 16Jjistory J^o^^cap^pl^ Aii|^a
wfrit wdtld war. - .
dmfr ft inift one, tood. IPn n
^ eel. IFsth Vegetable. IPs a bread.
or eggs or most other
Ii^a^ood.to: eati how goi;^ >joq jitoa’t
Jfidfcat-'-nnto:. vimfcre.hnd cpm-bread properly cooked.
^jAoi elk it’a plentiful^S^d it’s patriotic. -a
'Kutoty—Hpw much do you know about
^ ft- About the mimyl
.walirs. of co^d^ it? And what you misf
not Iriiowing more V^out it? Here sgjto 4K^few^
Nara at least filt|^ ways to use com meak-to
djfmes^Ter din%k, supper« lunch or Ixrei^;
aril oAniA augg^.inTH>;
Boston^roW bread. Cora-mearmplMses cftke.
every front and fighting/On yea?
after year with increasing
fering and fed by promise aftsf
promise of speedy peace, will
not stab^^ s^ its people left at
hame'^aughtered and starved.
And no matter how tightly cen
sorshiprJs applied, news from
“home front” will reach the sol
I (hers. "
: "v Right now the mailed fist
seems doomed to the same fail
ure in Germany it has met else
where.—The Morning Herald
lope* IS our xpiogram.
'dent Wilson’s message
Letter From A ^Idier in France
Somewhere in Fra
Dec. 22nd, 191
>,. Fmit gems.
lers’ Bulletin 565, “Com
Using It/' free from toe
Red Cross Aids Hospital
A Rome cable^am received
at National headquarters of the
American Red Cress January 24|
from. Robert Ferkins, chairman^
of the American Red Grosa
Commission to Italy, says:
During recent ajr raid^ t)y
Austrian aviators bon^ were,
thrown on the hospital near
Caste], France, not fair from the.
Italiap iipe. Material damage
was so severe that hospital use
fi|lne88 was greatly impaired.
mne^ency. appeal was made
by the. hospital authorities to the
American Red Cross headquar
ters at Rome for necessary .sup
plies. .i. ’
To repair the damage^done to
the hospital equipment, and to
enable the hospital to continue
ts care of wounded soldiers, the
Atneriean Red Crore is sending
muqh material, including an X*
ray outfit, sterilizing apparatus,.
many s^rgicaLiastruments and
J -2, _!^AN«wl&i.”
Rev. E. H. Daily,^ of Colum-.
Dus, O., will lecture in the Meth
odist cbqrch tonight at 7 o’clqck
on the subject; The dawn of
' !few BrSj Tke public is qor
dially invited to 'attend..
Well old Pal,,as today is Sat
urday and inspection is oyer
and 1 have nothing to do, 1 will
write you a few lines to let vou
know that I am still living and
enjoying good health.
ft is. about time that vou were
coming over and get your piut
of this cold weather, for there
is eqou^ of it oyer here for us
What is the ohl bunch doing
now? Still having a good, time,
I hope, but you won’t realize the
pleasure of being in the army
until you coma over here. It
isn’t-half Jbsd snd I am sure you
would enjoy the trip for I did to
the fullest extent. '—
We have good barracks to
stay in and getittng plenty4o eat
and all the drilling we want and
I think that is about all a soldier
We have had snow on the
ground for about 10 days but
we never le|; a little thing like
that stop our drilling over here,
because it is a bum soldier who
can’t drill enough to keep him
When did you.see B-— and
— 1 What are they doing
noiy? T guess that B-— has
still got tfie B, by the tail.
—W^-wXhaJie-nn nft^ya T wijl
irday toTus raotner,
Barnard, notified her that he
was leaving, he supposed, for
Rudolph Baldwin, colored, it
is alleged, carry away and sell a.
lot of pork, the property of Mr
J. A. McGougan.^of Stonewall
township recently. Rudolph has
not been apWeh ended.
‘‘F^al Ring” “Heant Pathe
News” “Lonesome Luke,” in
one reel comedy.
SATURDAY, FEB. 16lh
“Woe Lfriy Betty,” Triangle
picture featuiing Bessie J.ove,
who played here in ,^‘The Saw
FOr SALE -^gooiTihule 12 yrs
old, atefMbowiiig niachir.eand
rake- in first class.^nditi >».
See J. L. MacLatirer.
Snannon, N. C.
The government took a mjlli n
pounds of sugar from the Coca
Cola people not long ago, lessened
the supply of this popular doiie.
AlPthe drug stores are out in FOR SALE—Two
this part of the country, and
they can’t buy it.
The food ruling requiring ev^
mules and one lot of cu'iiva-
tors and plows.
w. A. BLUF.;..
Aberdeen. N. C.
ery purchaser o^ wheat flour to
buy an ^^qual amount of corn or
other cereal applies alike jto the
farmer who has a thousand
bushels of corn in his barn aniF
five^ushels of fresh ground meal
in his pantry and the editorjtoo
has nothing'but a little ^^fiicken! WE BUY and sell real estate. If
feed at tee house. It they want'
I, a a T i. n a a JI SIB 10, touch With good mon-
U8 all to eat Johny Constantand I eyed buyers.
let Betsy Seldom alone, the orderj ' e. J. RAGS JALE, Mgr.,
WANTa married or .*siDgIiS
ladv to, work spare time in
Raeford, N. - G., their home
PERSON REMEDY CO. '
Burlington, N. C.
should read just that way.
Raeford, N. C.
There *are so
■topds of whaa^.
far very goods
close. Give my regards to Davis
and the rest of the boys and
answer soon. ' As everT^
S. H. BALL.
The abovft letter was recently
received by Sergt. W. L. Poole,
whp ip now. a|> Camp Stsbily. Le
on Springs, Taxas, ^d -as Mr.
Hall ^s -well known in Raeford,
wq^Qw bis. letter will be read^
with \ interejti. —Emtor.
THE^flVE BANK FOR ACTIVE PEOPLE.
Ty ideal depository for surplus funds.
on .Time Deposits. “
[awl continually ipwwing.
S. W.. COOPER, Pr^r^ B. McMILLAN.JGriir,
T. M. SHAW. Assistant Cashier.