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>iT;3BAY 27, 1920.
S1.50 Per Ti
UW-.D. S. Poole had new crop
beetson the 19th.
Mif. W. i^'liessoms bed beane
from l^ithi^en the 20th.
John Arohiei Gorrie ban the
finest dorb wehaye ifien.^
JhHaB Bine has turned from
A. & EiT Collef?e, Ralei^h^
''Sanfo^ defeated Raeford 3 to
2 in a bhit game last Thureday*
y^ l^i^by .has a fioe^^field
of wbeafti if ^ pothiii^ happens
}i to' it. r y
Lawrmjce Mcifelll;^nd John'
MbKeithai? are bac
■ Miss Bessie Croleyi of Camden,
- B; G , is* visitingx Mrs. Harvey
'Cole.v '; • • ' . ■
-'f' Th^ street should be sprftnkied
'.all over,\and it would lie better
'^ done at night.
' Mrs. J.‘^. Biylnsi of ,Albe-
; marle itB spending this week "(^ th
‘ Mrs Paul Diekson. , ’5
’ Th^ Journal is glad*-tolearn
that!'Mm. J. W. McLauchim
continnes tovimprove. t ^
There was a seyere/^hail and
and^ wlhd ‘ storm In V ^ twrthei®
Wake county last Fri^yl
Revi B. pi Rdbmson is a^ist'
^^fl^ tha'i^astor in a revival meet.
* j^h^^rkt^ this jyeek^^; '!
'''' ‘^''^Q'l^Kei'than .noil;. 1^3
fl' jotn^ ;^he Little
jte# has bought F. E.
Chief Cd^kman oarried bis
dogs over to Wallace Monday to I
trail up a aali»it. x
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Mlsa Mildred Shaw of States
boro. Ga. is visiting her sister,
Mrs..J* B. Thomas.
Mr. M. McLeod of Timberland
Rli Was a guest of Mr. W; H.
MaznireU Monday nl^ht. '
Mr. Vc ., HeinS will soon have
completed a residence of l4
rdmnA counting basementrooms
It will bea nice home.,
Wd'w.ejtoo misinformed as to
Mri,^A; J. Glllis*. age: She was
49 yea^ and9nfonths oldr ;and
She di^ on the 12 th of Majr in
stead of the. llto. ,
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;;,]S()^e^s delegation to Davidson
L^^ind'llisi^t. Arthur Oamben,
Bhl^ond Hai^l, Murdoch MbLeod
Earie Blue, Willle^’Hodldn. John
Adatns and Cecil Dew have re-
Miss Mi^ Poole camd^'diome
Sanirday evening from: Flora
McDonald College. Bed Springs.^
and INtdas her guests Misses HeK
en IhOkson, Ma«'y Moon^,. Pan-
meEtae McKelthan and Margret
Ddpuy r they returned Sat p. m.
' Mt W. J. Stone, a ~ prominent
farimer' of Bockfish. ^as a pleas-
unlTviMtor to-‘this c^ce Satur-
d^^vand Toft with ut au unusu^^
hi^r of rorn, sr r^er fiveean^
In a;Clu8ter. This grrown by
Mn W* B. Wiltisri^o farms on
^, jaer many friejto^ are sorry to
know oi^he iHi^nl M
McDonhi^ hohtljey : to.
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Meaum^, W. C. and M. A. Me-
Innii spent Sunday in Abafdedu
Mite Minnie Pleasanta .o((^A,|n ^
i^een Is visiting relatiVe^^sheC
Mr. JjiA John8(&1>f f^.adn9n
B.- F. D.«was W town Monday^
M[r- English la a- ^^
tieot in/i^Fhyetteville hoep^^
MisB Margaret Mclnnk^
Saturday a^rnoon in mette-
We are sorry tb report MiSs
Kate Meinnis on the sick list
this week.' ^
/Rev. Alexande filled his reg
lar appointihent -here Suhe
lil^le Miss Eva Maxwell * of
ROckhsh is visitiDg relative in^
Aa Eye for BiiihKs*>
^:llarly this spring a coI(»«il
inan in Antioch township bought
a mule from Townsend^
of Red Springs, giving amort*'
gage on the mule and iiis proa*
peccive crop. He then'caiito tcL . «
Raeford and another,
mule from Mh^s Bros., (dVing
a mortgage Oa both mules. lie
then went to GarHb in Parkton.
and bought a hoiee. v giving a
i^rtga|le/hh his two mules.
^en .;^or^a E^.^' found out
something^l^d^ Weat: and tooklof
theiie; Townsend A/i^ewers^
and got theirSi titen Garris took
therhorse, bael^i, dnd all this
before themah^i^n ^s^owing.
atya||u A^vWhite giil
"*! Vjetwy 11
lie iast 'W^k cul'
weto shot to death
lOh'^ warrant for
glittery: The Jttrl’s
Brotoer* and dutoems
3ented, tooK tb^guns
^ontho war path. Dep
, ^ i,had
)ai' Eutder ’ was killed
and^ Moore was mortal-
sdrdying.n few hours
s-hoiisetl^y were in
herx by were
The son; Preston Hobbs
^ted and placed in jail;
I Charlotte Observer)
bxb^itat Queens Co!-
St^ miicb attention
imencement. It was
largest and best seen
l^in several years.
^Mi^ Mary Bufe
! sUid *^ye Graham
iltrt -dass of
.. , 4 much needed rain
alker’s bnsmess in Raeford^ since been getcing along well, came Tuesday. ,
citisi^ hospital in Fay
etteville fast Saturday and has
id took charge last week.
'B, B. Lewis’ bought F. , E.’
Walker’s residence. Bob ^get
ting where he needs a borne. .
Miss Annie Mae Fuller haS'
returned from McCoU, S. C.,
where she taught the past year.
^Rev. C. E. Clark of Kenly
r ^iil preach in the Presbyterian
Mjhur^ next Sunday morning
Wm. John McCraney, ©un-
can E. Blue, Oscar Leach and
’ Wm; L Poole, having no oppo
meats do not have to enter the
^v. W. C. Brown leaves to
day for Kenly where he conducts
a ten-days series of revival
etings. in the Presbyterian
irch of that place.
^he boys of the Raeford high
loolgave a play;,to a full
buse on Tuesday Evening (rf
, week, and - thole who at-
say it was good.
fisses Eunice Blue Ollie Gra-
[^am wd Janie Pratt returned
j Queens College
ijpharlotte, where jtbey were
; st^ents the past twp years.
We regret exceedingly to lose
'.' E. Walker and his . admirably
lly.'' They have sold out
bought a nice place in^
fern Pines and have moved
. B. H. Hendrick preached
client sermon Sunday in
ool auditoriuni’^^to¥ pack
overflowing house. Mr.
ick has made a ^ ipost fa-
ile impression upBn the peo
ympathise with Mr. D.
in the death of his
a Belle McLeod, of
town, Fla- Mr. McLeod
a wire Sunday. Miss
as reared near Hm-
the family I moved to
about 16 years ago.
resigpeH^taiactang as head of
the art department for four con
secutive years of successful
BARREn OR GARDNER.
A great deal is being said
about the atticude of 4he candi
dates for governor toward the ia
bor Unions and feel that I should
state the case for Mr. Gardner
who is being violently attacketl
bv the Radical Labor Leaders
for his refusal to reply to the
questionaire presented to all the
candidates as the campaign in
its l^t stages is ceasing to be
a fight between the different
men but a clear cut question as
to whether Mr. Gardner shall be
nominated or whether the labor
unions shall control the poUticol
situation in North Carolina.
The questionaire asks, “Will
you,doso and so if elected Gov
ernor. Mr. Gardner replies class
distinction, class concii>usne8s
and class appeal buve no. place
in a democracy.” ’T propose if
elected governor to exert myself
to the end, that every citizen in
North C»rolina has a fair chance
and equal opportunity.”
The Radical labor leaders have
several men out speaking to de
feat Mr. Gardner in the campaign
while the con.servative leaders
like Hargis and Green have come
out in statements supporting
him while continuing at their
Let these men defeat Mr
Garnner and how long will it be
bef ore another man will come
put who will dare oppose them.
Let them defeat Mr: Gardner
and hpw long will it be beforewi
Rbad the headlines in the Kawt
and Observer “LABOR lSStJM%
ITS EXPECTED CALL
AMERICAN VOTERS SAlB^
D EL GOMPERS SIGNSSTATE-
MENT DEMANDING ‘"AN IM
MEDIATE OVERTURN flf
CONGRESS.” Beat Gardner
and how long will it be befiare
Barrett from his office will at
tempt to dictate who will go to
the legislature from
The iuestion has become lar
ger than our personal friend-
ship^^ich actuated n^t of os
in t&^^>eginningf cam-
pai^i, it has t)ecomea question
effecting the course of our gov-
ernH0i^, whether in North Car-
olina^,^shall have aSuper Gov-
eriinreht. composed of organized
bodies or a government wherein
the people sovereign! Bar
rett aud bis c^owd said will yoo
do that day Gardner recognizing
the threat to the power of oor
government saii, “I shall leave
it to the people of the State to
say whether they wish oneciasrt
either capital or labor, to dictate
the policy and dominate the of
fice of governor. I stand for the
policy of the open council, a full
and fair hearing to ail interests,
labor,'^capital and the public.
If you believe in the right
open council, the right to devel
op, the right of a* square deal
vote for Gardner, if you don’t
believe in those things yomr vote
ioT him will be ,lu the wropg
Johfi Vann’s friends present some of his quali
fications for the high office of Congressman
fronrthis District as follows:
He is both kinds of Demodat-'the Kind with a little ‘‘d,” believini
the theory of democratic government; and the kind with a big
standing squarely upon the platform of the Democratic party.
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He is open minded upon ^ public questions, and will be guided in his
action by thb wishes of hik constituency atid Ms convictions^ ^hat
is right. ^ '
He is untrammeled by all^iance to any clique or ring within the par
ty and will be representative of the whole people, but he represents
especially the younger and more^ progressive element in the party.
foung enough not to be steeped in conservatism, and yet expe-
rien(^ed ancTold enough to exercise sane and mature judgment on all
He doesn^t believe in the principle of office-holding by perpetuity
descent, butMieves thav the people havb the right to choose tl
officers and representatives without pressure from any political boss
(T combination of politicians.
Hon. Walter E. Brock
Candidate for Congress
Will address the votersof Hoke county
at the Court House in Raeford, N. G.,
FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 28lli,
At 8 O’clock
You’ll Feel at Home!
You’ll feel at home when
Bank, we can assure youiC"
of all the c^pdidates fmr ^ngress and they ask your, support of him
upon the ^^nds above M; forth, and th^ advance the further claim
that although Union County have repeatedly saved the District i^m
the Republicans by the big^t Demomtic majorities of any county
in the Distoict, yet UnioiLOiniffty has never i^ived any recogniMdn
for this fieikice.
• One of our most ceaseless purpose is to so
treat our customers that they will consider each *
visit to this Bank a pleasure.
Whatever the nature of your business, you
can come to us with the assurance ihat you will
be courteously and considerately dealt with.
Our ahn is that this Bank shall always be
reg :ided by those who deal with it as' “The
Bliik With a Personality.”
The Bank of Hoke