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RAEFORD, NORTH'GAfiOii^%US^AY. '^fOVEMBER'8. 1923.
Wt^itt and ie^i»l|^oe
^ .^M>ks Like Morder.
^ Saturday rhight OlHe Roper
tb« chlif factors ' of Sanfoi^li^Hot and killed Angus Dobbin in
▼Iftdry over the; Iwal' .foot w3if|
teapa at Sanford hut Friday.
With. OMver and “Sleepy”
Frazier plowing the line for long
gains Santord battered the light
er. Baeford line into ■ submission
and Oliver plunged over for a
touchdown in the fifst five min
utes of piay. Sanfotd continued
to batter and score five additional
touchdowns and three dropkicks
for points bringing the final score
up to 89 while Raef^rd was un*
■)le to score.
The Raefofd boys fought stub
bornly throughout the game but
they were no match for the
smooth working, Sanford , ma
chine However, the yed and
black aggregation showed a
stubborn fight that was promis
ing Wh®*^ twice injhe first half
the purple and gold team was
held for downs in the shadow of
ewhiffle township above Tim-
ir^d. Both are young colored
. It seems there had been troii-
b|e between tHb men before they
met Saturday ^ight, as Boper is
reported to have said: Well, I
have been promising to kill you
for some time, and now is good
a time as any,” and pulleda pis
tol and sh6t Dobbin through the
heart, killing him instantly.
Dr. G. W."Brown held /an in
quest over the body Sunday ^ and
ordered the following held:
Charlie Clark. Will Booth, Nel
son Alexander, Judge Roper.'
But Boper ihade his escape
and has not been arrested.
The “Microbe of Love,” a
the Raeford Parent-Teachers*
torinm Tuesday evening for th'f
a success. Again local talent s]
large audience i)resent- :
' B^low we give a snopsie of
> . SFINST*
Priscilla Prunes, (Pres. Spinters^ 01
Lovie Long - -.
ren under the auspices of
ion in the schooj. audi
ot‘tbe library fund was
lupwell and pleased the
.1. Mrs. Arch Currie
....Miss Nan Rutland
IfiK Estelle Ray
Mr Janies A. Smith.
Mr. James A. Smith died sud
denly at his home in Antioch
township last Wednesday night
On the offenser^iowever, Jhe ^houtT.^'o^Ibck, andTiis remains
- - were interred at Antioch Thurs
day ternopn at 4 o’clock, bis
pastor, Rev. J. W. Goodman,
conducting the funeral ’ service.
Mr. Smith appeared to he in
usual health a.id retired for ^he
night. His sister heard him
coughii'g as/if in distress, went
into his room and found him up
and partially dn ssed . She had
him to lie down again, wbich he
did and expired without a strug
gle. Mr. Smith and bis sister,
Miss Luvinia, lived alone, .and
when shh saw that ho was dead,
she ran in the darkness to a
house where some colored pw-
pie lived for help. ^
was. a Oonfedllm
veteran, a"*good citizen,, who
Lillie Lonesome Miss Judy Calvert
Hope On___ _^..i_v/^Mi8s Rebecca Abernathy
Iva Chance.—— __A—Miss Annie'McEachern
Samantha Loving Mrs.^elham Covingtpn
Sophin Sweefgum .ftiss Hersie Austin
Arabella Antique, itin. Paul Johnson'
Madam Hymen Cupid (Discoverer of JHp Love bug) -j' 4..-.
Miss Caryl Brigham
. LEFT-0VEElte4)RS, I
Piney Melting-Heart, (Deaf Spinstel^^^-.-^.-Miss Ella Tarpley
liss Martha Hutchinson
Raeford team showed little abil
By until in the first qf the fourth
quarter when they started a
march down the field. C. Brown
caught a pass for 40 yards and
first down. W. ^BroWb then
fought his way for 5 yards on a
k double pass. C. Brown hit the
line for 3 ykrds and Snead made
. first down with 6 yards on a
fake buck. With the ball in her
^ posse^ion^ on the 7-yard line
. Raeford fumbled and her chance
f , of goring faded.
The bmt defensive work for
. Raefol^ was done by Upchurch,
Campbell and' McGill.' On ■ the
offense W. B>iown did some nice
iff WSR. Nfene of* tne light
red find black were able to gain
consistently on straight foot ball.
^ l&e whole Sanford team played
Line up for Raetord: Ends,
McFadyenand Austin; tackles,
Campbell and Upchurch; guards,
Peele and W. Walters; center,
McBisithan; quarterback, Snead;
half backs, Covington-and C.
Brown; fullback, W. Brown;
Substitutions, McGill and Rog-'
Several nicely located lots left. If
McNeill & Leach.
ib) Mr. Fridell
. ‘ BACHELOl
Billie Bachelor (Pres. Safety-for Men
U. B. CarefuL —
Simon^Shy- ' Bill McFadyen
Nhver Wed_ Tommie Upcburch
IssieComing - -J 1 Mr. Poole
U. R. A. Bum— 1 Lennius Moore
Can’t Catch Tom B^cFadyen
•Special Values in Boys’ Suits.
See us for good bargains in
Baucom’s Cash Store."
'' Raeford, N. C.
A Bold Robbery.
Saturday night, a sneak thief
entered the bed room where Mr.
Make McKeithan was sleeping,
took his pants into the ballway
and relieved him of $40' and a
Blood hounds weie put on the
trail Sunday morning, but they
did little With it. The thief has
not been apprehended, nor really
a clue discovered.
Sea us for Right Prices on al 1
kinds of Ueavy Cotton Goods
such as Bed Ticking, Sheet-
ing, Homespun, Drilling, Cot
ton-Flannel, etc. ■ -
Baucom’s Cash Store, ’"Iff
Raeford. N. C.
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'After the progrand a musical
game was enjoyed by all, after
ward delicious refreshments
The next meeting will be held
with Miss Elizabeth Cromartie
on Friday nifidiW Nov. 9th. .
Christian Endeavor Conventiem.
The Southeastern District Con
vention of the N. C. Christian
Endeavor Union will meet In tbe
Presbyterian'church at Raeford
on Saturday, Nov. l7th, and con
tinuing through Sunday. Nov.
18th. All are cordially invited
to attend these meetings of our
Every member of Hoke Coun
cil No. 573 Jr., 0. U. A M. are
urged to attend every meeting
of the Council during the month
of November. Council meets
every Friday night at' 7:3fi
o’clock, and every meeting this
month will he an important one.
^D. A. McGILL,
Mr. W. F. Livingstoo, who
lives near Dundarrach. called oa
us last Thursday. Notwith
standing the droatti of last sum-'
mer, he thinks he and oMieni in
his section have dioogh eorii.' '
T%e services danaDde4 (d os
Eonietimee is almost bsyond oof
powers, and the Mctra week mt
on os, to be done in three* dnjfi
since last iasae. ■dded totbeijif-
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about got our goat.
Mr. McRae MeLnadUIn catted
last Thursday^to compkiii tiMt
he hadn’t received a Journal in
three wheks. Tbo bad! * We mail
it each week, and some (me etoe
must be getting it We might
miss (me copy, but we are not
likely to miss tiiree in g row.
(jet all four neighbors to oab-
Mrs. C. J. Gillis, who has been
quite sick for a week, is now
improving we ase glad to hear.
Hoke ‘ Superior court umi be
convened here, next Monday by
Judge Sinclair of FayetteviUe.
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