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Baefbrd, N. G. 25,1920
Snperior Court conveDes AprH
This is No. 1. of Volume 16.
Wu^^utarted the publicatloD of
fbcts and Fibres in Raeford
Maioh. 28th 1906.
Mr Wallace Knight and Miss
Mildred Uan^, both Terr pop
ular yonng people of this town,
were quietly married Sunday at
Mrs Cora L. Jacksop's by ^v.
B; P. Robinson. Immediately
after the ceremony the happy
couple left oif a risit to Sanford
DMBoeri^ rwnember your
The ground freeaed March 28
l^O^and stoyed frozen tiro or
Modtrose and Aberdron played
a Imtly contested game of bas
ket ball at Aberdeen on Monday
afternoon, which resulted in a
score of 19 to 21 favor of,
. work to us We ecn4 it off
& retufh it to .yeti ‘f^ch
--Hoke •Rurhlaud Co...
ON YOUR MAT®KESS is yocp sruarantee ttat there is
nothing better. ! it%ill neVer mat, pack or jfet lumpy or
uneven. They 'are^nade of 100 per cent pure cotton.-
-2. •**’ Raeford, N. C.
No Mail fer die ^Mmphys
A freckled-faced girl stopped
at the post-office and yelled out:
“Any thing for the Murphys?”
“No, there is not.”
“Anything fur Jane Murphy?”
, ‘ ‘Anything for Ann Murphy ?’ ’
“Anything for Tom Murphy?’
‘‘Anything for T^riy Murphy?
“No nor for Iht Murphy, nor
Dennis Muuphy, nor Pete Mur
phy, nor Paul Murphy, nor any
Murphy—dead, living, unborn,
nativecr foreign, civilized or un
'civilized, savage or barbarous,
male or female, black or white,
franchised or disfranchised, nat
uraltzed or otherwise. No, there
is positively nothing for any of
the Murphys, either individually
jointly severally, now and for
ever, Qoe and inseparable.”
The girl looked at the post
master in astonishment and
said: “Please to look if there is
anything for Clarence Mur-
Quite a number'of Hoke Coun
ty people are attending Federal
Court at Laurinburg this week
as Witnesses, jurors or attorneys
or business visitors.
Mr. J. A. Clarke, is foreman
of the grand jury. Messrs V\r. A.
McLean and H- F. Currie are
the other two Jurors from
H. L Baxley was found guilty
of retailing and fined $200 su'd
i or Representative
I hereby annoucce
candidate for the office of Rep
resentative from Hoke county in
the lower House of the General
assembly, subject to the action of
Jibe Dembcratic Primary.
Oscar Leach. '
Morrison Club Organized.
Pursuant to call previously
issued a conoiderable number of
citizens met in the Court house
Saturday afternoon March 20th
and organized a “Morrison for
governor” club. The following
officers wqre elected:
J. A. Clarke Vice President
Oscar Leach Secretayy
The club begins with 40 char
ter members, and Ihese repre
sent practicallp every section of
the county There was much
enthusiasm shown for the Char
lotte man. All morrison support-
ers are requested to join the cl^ib.
Now being shown at popu-
ar prices. No formal open
W. F. Walters
JjOIST good new overcoat on the
^"raad between Djindarrach ana
.Davis’ Bridge on Tuesday^
-March. l6th. Finder will please
retarn to Dundarrach Trading
Co. Initials J. C. C. on inside
J. C. Cope
!, Red Spings, N. C. R. 4
|four mattress. yqprviBrarsmtee
.t thera is uothiDg better. ^
B, S- Smith' .”’ ■^§i^'W^^ jMcQoeen
SMITH As McQUEEN
'Attorneya At -
Will practice in all 'mitifte ef State.
Prompt and penontd attention given
to all business, -
New Office opposite Court Hous^.
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XiDRDON B^;! ROWLANfcT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Raeford, N. C.
19 in Bank of Raeford Bldg.
Phone No. 27.
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Having' qualified as aclmluistrator
of the estate of Preston McPhaul de
ceased, late of Hoke’ County, North
Oartlina, this is to notify all persons
baring claims, against tli© estate of
said deceased to exhibit tlvenj to
uudersigDjefd on or before-tho 15tn. day
of March 1921 or this notice will be
pleaded in bar ot their recovery. All,
persons indebted to'8aid:.estate wi
please make immedip.te payment.
^ This 25th day of February, 1920
Administrator of estate of Preston
J. W. Cnrrie. , Oscar L#iich,
CURRIE: & LfiACH,
Attorneys and Coimselors at Law
Second floor of Johnson-Thomas
Building. Notary Public in qffice. .
H. W. B. Whitley
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Phone for a pound of Corby’s Light Fruit
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Fresh.edibles of the best quality arriving
daily. „ -
Having quajiffled as executor under
the will of the estate Thos. H, Wal
ters,deceased.late of Hoke County, n.
Carolina, I, the undersigned W. F.
Walters, hereby notify all perso.ns
.Jiaving claims against the said estate
of the deceased to present them to me
in writing at Raeford oa or before the
I8th day of Mareh,1921, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of recovory.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
This March 18, 1920.
•W. F. WALTERS
.Executor umier the will of Thos.
H. .Walters deceased.
W. McLean Dickson McLean
L. R. Vavsei- H. E. Stacy
McLean, Varser, McLean
- & Stacy,
Office on second floor National
Bank of Lumberton.
LUMBERTON. N. Cl
Arthur D. Gore,
Attorney amj vjounselor At Law
Raeford, N. C.
Dr. H. McK. McDiarmid,
.Raeford, N . .
Rank of ^faeford Building
Phone in Office and Residence No. 4
Mr. Boaf^reportsttat Mrs. Char
les Malcolm Platt will challeoge
Mr. Jenkina to debate in the dis
trict Of cf^fBe Mr. Jenkins will
not meet hhr; the man who es
says to ou^talk Mrs. Platt in
political *debat€Kt^es' a large
sized contract on hi^ands. Ther-^
aint no such animile as a man
who would try it.—Greensboro
McNEILl GROCERY CO.
lOME OF G jOD THINGS TO EAT.
Next to Postoffice.
Having,qualified as administrator
of the estate t.f Mary B. McK’olemau
late of Hoke (touniy, NorDi Carolina,
this is to-notify all persons having
claims- against the said estate to pre
sent them dnl/ authenticated to the
undersigned, or to his attorneys, on
or before March 18th,1921, or this no-.
tice will be plead in bar of .tlieir re
covery. All persons iiidebMid to sah
estatsi will please make i nmediafe
This March 13th, 1920. .
N. A. LINDSAY
Administrator of Mary B, McOole-
DR. H. R. CROMARTIE,
RAEFORD, - - - N. C.
Onice: .Tohnsou-Thomas Building
Office ’PhoueTfi. Residence ’Phone 26
FRANCIS JUAT,^A. B., M. D.,
Office in Bank of. Raeford Building
just in rear of Bajik.
CHEMICAL AND MICROSCOPICAL
’Plioiio ia Office and Residence
. PRECma MEETINGS.
The pemocratic voters of Hoke
county are jiereby ndtified that
l^ecinct meetings will be held at
mu the voting places in the coun
Saturday, March the 27tb
1920 at three o’clock P.M. for the
purpose of electing precinct ex-
routtve committees and of send
ing delegates to the county con
The cotmty convention will
meet at the court house in ELae-
fordon April 3rd.at three o’clock
P. M. for the purpose of electing
delegates, to tile State convention
and such other business as may
This promises to be one of the
most interesting yean politically
uat wehave ever seen and I be
lieve it the duty of every citizen
to take an active pa^t in shaping
the pohcies .and selecting the
men that shall have charge of
wr organizations for the next
two Tears. Going to your-precinct
m^ng is a stnall matter, but it
IB there that the whole process
•tmrts and if you are interested
m your party you should be
. PAUL DICKSON,
Hoke goonty Democratic Exec
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