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Ka«ford, N. U.. April 19. 1928
We woulu doubtless all like to
have more than we are Rettintr.
but how to Ret more to have, to
hold, to enioy oarselves and our
funilies, without wronjrinR our
neighbor is a perplexing questic n
few are able to answer.
Parents do not enforce disci,
ptine as they used to; schools no
OQger enforce discipline, so the
young people are not controlled
in these latter days, and these
people are growing up willful
and wicked. Chicago will spread
all over America before many
There hangs a priceless painting
in the temple of my heart,
A gift to me from Heaven in the
Master’s perfect art;
A little home like picture of a
mother, oh. so dear.
Whose prayers 1 fondly cherish,
and whose lessons I revere.
No vision so poetic could the
brush man portray.
The works of loving kindness
must be wrought in God’s own
So my thoughts I lend in fancy
now thrice it seems to be.
That eartb must have its angels
for there one abide with me.
More and more this picture is to
me a sacred shrine.
I praise the God who gave it
and thank Him it is mine;
The sun and stars may perish,
the world may fall apart.
But my mother lives forever in
the temple of my heart
MRS. CHAS. BARNARD.
Scranton, S. C.
Cook Stove Apottacy.
The Upper Room vs. the Lower Room
The early church prayed in the
upper room, the twentieth cen
tury church cooks in the supper
room. Play has taken place of
prayer, and feasting the place of
fasting. There are more full
stomachs than there are bendt^
knees and broken hearts There
is more fire in the gas range in
the kitchen than there is in the
pulpit Too much ice cream
chills the ferver^of the spiritual
life, and oysters are not known
to De conducive to the digestion
of spiritual food The early dis
ciples were not cooking in the
supper room on the day the Holy
Ghost came, they were praying
in the upper room. They were
not waiting on tables, they were
waiting on God. The fire for
which they were waiting was
not in the gas range in the kitch
en. but from above They were
not feasting, they were fasting.
They were detained there by the
command dl ^od, they were not
entertained there by the cunning
of men, they were all “Filled
with the Holy Spirit,” they
were not stuffed with a stew
and a roast.
Oh; I would like to see the
cooking squad put out, and the
praying band put in. Let us
have less gravy and more grace,
and less pie and more piety, less
soup and more salvation, less
ham and sham and more fire and
love. Let us have less leaven
and more of Heaven, less use
for the cook and more use for
The Old Book. Let us put out
the fire in the kitchen and build
it on the altar. Beans and brown
toead are not necessary for
those “Who are alive from the
dead” Let us get up fewer din
ners and go out after more siu*
nere. Let us have a church full
of waiters, but waiters on God,
a church full of servers, but
they who are serving God and
waiting for bis son from Heaven^
—Frofii an Old Magzine and
The Presbyterian Standard.
FOR SALE—Two good, fresh
milk cows at reasonable prices.
J. B. MONROE. Timberland.
Mrs. Fuller and Mrs. Poole Enter
Mrs. G. A. Fuller and Mrs.
William L. Poole were hostesses
at a most charming bridge party
Tuesday evening, April lOth, at
the home of Mrs. Fuller.
The home was mjst attractive
with Its decorations of dogwood
and Easter lilies
Af the rlo.se of the game. Miss
Margaret Currie was found to
hold high score among the ladies
playing and was presented with
a lovely blooming pink geranium.
Low score, also a dainty potted
plant, went to Miss Irma Nisbet.
Mr. Arch McNair, was high
scorer among the men and was
awarded a beautiful brass score
pencil. Refreshments, consist
ing of angel cake and brick ice
cream were served.
There was considerable frost
Tuesday morning, but it did r ot
do m^h^damage here
From the 16th to 20th is Clean-
Week in Raeford. City authori
ties CO operating with Woman’s
Club. Prizes awarded Friday.
for Satisfactory solution of
your sewing problems.
All kinds of work careful
The Specialty Shop
Next door to Bank of Rae
Under and by virtoe of a jadgment
of the Saperior Court of Combeiland
County, signed by Hie Honor, W. K.
Dfvin .ludge, at the February 1»28
Term of the Superior Court of Onm-
herland t'onn'y, in an action thendn
pending entitled “Virginia Tniet
Company va Spencer J. t nrrie, T.
M. Shaw. D L Downing and D. Qa«-
ter,” the undorsipned E. S. Smith T.
A. f.von, C- Downing and Jolm
O Shaw, Com 1 i-ainner*. will sell ac
public auction for cash foT.h** highe>»t
bidder, at “Lakerim, ’ jiIh «t ft miles
west of Fayetteville on Mm Payette-
ville-Raeford Highway, on the lands
hereinafter described, fnmberland
t.'ounty, North Carolina, on Monday,
May 7th, at 12 o'clock M., the follow
ing described lands;
First Tract: Beginning at a stake
and pointers,'McGitl’s corner on west
side of Rones Creek south of Plank
(now Raeford road); thence N. 21 50
chains to a pine; thence N. 45 W. 25 -
62 chain to a pine near swamp of
Middle Greek, thence N. 11W. 18chs.
to a stake and pointers in the Buie
line; thence as it 8. 88 W. 24 chains
to a stake in McGill’s iine of 25 acres,
thence as McGill’s line 8. 2 W. 16.7U
chains to a corner; thence S. 88 E.
16 chains to a pine fUcGill’s other
corner; thence N. 2 E. 13.70 chains to
the Buie line; thence S 88 E. 6 50
chains to the channel of Bones
Greek; thence down said channel 21
chains to a stake and pointers;thence
S. 76 E. 14.80 chains to Shaw’s cor
ner; 'thence S. 12 E. 5.88 chains;
thence S 2 W. 19.50 chains to Mc
Gill’s line; thence as that line S. 80
W. .36 chains to the beginning, con
taining 184 acres
Second Tract; Beginning at Mc
Gill’s corner, stake and pointers
and rnns thence N. 80 W. 9 chains;
thence n. 85 W 11.90 chains to a
stake in the Church road; thence
with said road N. 64 E 13.73 chains
to a stake In edge of said road;thence
N. 30.72 chains to a stone near tne
head of a bra.nch; thence S. 46 Ek
13 73 chains to a corner of tract No.
1; thence S. 32.32 chains to the~be-
ginning, containing 39^ acres. Being
the same land conveyed bv Jas. F.
McNatt by deed registered in the of
fice of the Register of Deeds of Cum
berland County, Book No 4, page
222. Being also the same lands de
scribed in deed from David W. Cur-ie
et als to Spencer J. Cowiei dated
August 30th, 1919. anddnly registered
in Book 263, page 113, Public Records
of Cumberland County.
Excepting from the above tracts of
land. 7.60 acres, more or less, con
veyed to the State of North Carolina,
recorded in Book 299, page 178; also
the State of North Carolina for 28.70
acres, recorded in Book 284, page 528;
also 6 acres, to T. R. Skipper, record
ed in Book 309, page 286.
Third Tiact: Beginning at a stake
wiih post oak pointers, in the Currie-
GiHis line about 6.69 chains from the
original corner on the channel of
Bones C 'eek, running thence 26 degs.
E. 22chains to a corner in the Gillis-
Baldwin line, thence with the Gillis-
Baldwin line 83 degs 40 miuutes W.
4.10 chains to the channel of Bones
Creek, thence down the channel of
Bones Creek about 21 ebains to the
original Shaw corner, thence S. 72
degs E. 6.69 chains to the beginning,
containing 11J acres and being a part
of the uriginsl Duncan and Catherine
Shaw land on the North side of the
Fayetteville-Raeford Road and which
includes a portion of the land now
covered by the waters of Currie’s
mill pond. Being also the same lands
conveyed by ceed dated Juiy 8th,
1926, from W. J. Gillis and wife, et
als to Spencer J. Ourrie, which said
deed is duly recorded in Book 316,
page 136, Public Records of Cumber
Place o Sale: "Lakerim” on Fay
etteville-Raeford Highway, 9 miles
west of Fayetteville, Cumberland
County, North Carolina.
lime of Sale: Monday, May 7th,
1928, at 12 o’clock M.
Terms of Sale: Cash.
This the 4th dav of April, 1928.
E S. Smith,
T. A. Lyon,
W. 0. Downing,
John G. Shaw,
dfpt and are anxious
show you what
for you in this line. ,
GIVE US A CALL,
IT’S WORTH WHILE!
Outfitters for the family.
Raeford, N. C.
In the Superior Court Before theCl rk
J. F. Blue and wife, Ada Blue, and
W. J. Everett
Jackson Ann Everett and husband,
A. P. Everett, Mary E. Newberry,
Belle Welch and husban^,—pucker
Welch, Sallie Davis, Oarri^L. B\ack
and husband, J. W. Black, Suk^n
N. Davis, Macy Bunnells and ho^
baud, Norman Bunnells, Jack Davis,
(^uessle Johnson, Myrtle Davis, Mary
Davis, Rosa Davis, Sarah Davis, Bill
Davis, Kuby Davis, Lillian McCrack
en, and husband, Fred McCracKen,
Mattie Davis Holmes and husband,
Dobbin Holmes, Ed Davis and wife,
Hellen Davis, Oume Davis and Clara
NOTICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION.
The defendants, Ed. Davis and wile
Hellen Davis, two of the defendants
above uamed^ will take notice that
an action entitled as above, or a spe-
cial proceeding has been commenced
in the superior Court of Hoke county.
North Carolina, for the purpose of
partitiouing among the tenants in
common the lauds described in peti
tion, which are the lands of the late
Nancy Davis, in which defendants
have an interest, and which the plain-
tiits also have an interest.
And Che said defendants will fur
ther take notice that they are requir
ed to appear at the office of the clerk
of the superior court of Hoke coun
ty, in the court House in Raeford
iNorth Carolina, not more than fifty
days from the date of this notice
(that is to say not later than June
4tb, and answerer demu. to the
complaint iu said special proceeding,
or the plaintiffs will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in said
'ibis April 14tb, 1928
Wm. L. PooLB,
Clerk of the Superior court.
Look our prices over. We sell noth
ing but the best national advertised
products. -Home institution full of
good things to eat.
Special Prices This Week:
3ij?arettes, $1.19 carton.
Asparagus Tips large. 28c.
\ English Peas. 2 cans for 25c.
\ Del Monte No. 2 can sliced
Del Monte No. 2 can Crushed
Yellow Cling Peaches, large
Sweet Meadow'Corn. 2 cans
Del Monte large can Apricots
Pork and Beans, 3 for 25c.
Compound Lard, lb., I2jc.
Pure Lard, Ib., l5c.
Fat Back Meat, 14c Ib.
Rib Meat, 16c lb.
Jello, all flavors, 3 for 25c.
Butter 53c lb.
Bartlett large Pears, 29c.
Kellogg’s All Bran, pkg..
Post Toasties. 3 pkgs. for
Caraja Coffee. Ib . 42c.
Cracker Jack Coffee, lb.,
Swansdown Cake Flour, pkg.,
Freneb’s Mustard, jar 12irc,
Del Monte Asparagus Tips,
small size, 18c.
Wesson Oil, pints^27c.
No. 2 can String Beans, 2 cans
for 25c. '
Sardines, domestic, can 5c.
Sour Pickles, 2 for 5c.
Sweet Pickles, 35e quart.
Flour, 24 lbs., $1.00
Heinz Stweet Pickles, 33c Ilf.
Lima Beans, 18c can.
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE
OF FRUITS AND PRODUCE.
Jbr iSconemicat Tramportatiom
Mortgafee's Sale of Land.
By virtue of the terms of a mort
gage executed October 13th, 1923, by
Fr»^ Medliu and Omie Medlin, his
wife, recorded in Book of Mortgages
HO. 28, page 252. Register of Deeds
office of Hoke County, N. ()., default
having been made in tlie payment ef
the debt hereby secureo, I will ou
Monday, 30th day of April, 1928, at
11 A. M., o’clock, and sell at public
for cash at the courthouse
honae door of Hoke County, the fol
lowing lands to satisfy the debt tbere-
In Hoke County, LitUe River
Toarnahip, described and defined as
follows: Beginning at a stake and
comer abont 100 yds. East to Frank
Medlfn’a.residence and running as the
old Una North 66} degrees We^t 6
chains and 50 links to a stake in the
Eaat edge of the Cameron and the
the Raeford Highway; thence
aa it Hoath 3 chains and 79 links
tiO a stake; thence North 67} de-
gmea Eaat 6 chains and 66 links to a
in the Baker line; tbenoe as it
Notih tt degrees East 99 links to the
baginning, containing l 1.3 acres,
more or uaa.
ThlaMrbday of March, 1928.
W. D. Johnson, Mortgagee,
and Alex Medlin, Assignee.
^ M, Jackson, Atty.
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