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SWEATERS all set for
PAUL DICKSON Editor and Publisher
. Entered as s^ond-class mail matter at the post
office at Raeford, N. C., under the Act of March 3, 1870.
One of the greatest Hiorms' in
history crossed* the stiates of Flor
ida, Mississippi, and Louisiana
last week, doing millions of dol
lars in damage.
Storms doubtless do good for*
the greater portion of the coun
tries they strike, rendering the
air more pure.
snaps in Septemher.
The price of grains has fallen
during the past two weeks, but
bakeries raised the 'price of their
products last week.
;■ I^Irs. R. B. Lewis and Miss Mary
[Lewis‘spent Tuesday in Raleigh.
June S. Wright is spending this
week in Boston, Mass, visiting his
cousin, Tom Clark Sinclair. He
h accompanied Mr.’Vand Mrs. Sin-
lair and family back to . Boston
after they had spent ten days vis
iting in the home of Mr. Sinclair’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom C.
Sinclair. Sr. of Ashley Heights.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Niven left
Monday morning for their home
in Dun^n. Fla. after spending
several days with Miss Lizzie
Niven. They came here from .At
lanta, Ga. where they went to ^
take their daughteij^ Miss Jean
Niven, to er.;er her second year
at Ag:ies Sc::t college.
l\Ir. ar.r, Airs. Crawford 'W right J
and Bassil Vrright spent Sunday ,
in Rocky Alour.i visiting Mr. and ‘
Mrs. W. A. Tapp. i
Jimmy and Miss Barbara Wood-
house of Wake Foresti college spent
the week end here.
Mr. and Mrs. James McDiarmid
and children of Chapel Hill visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Williamson"
over the week end.
S-maller storms seem to follow
the greater storms. The great
storm in 1884 was followed by
smaller storms doing local damage.
Feeds are not as good as they
were because adulterations were
necessary Vhen foodstuff were
furnished other nations.
crops are smaller than
usual, still they are using a large
amount of it in the manufacture
Hinson Walters has been a pat
ient at Moore County hospital
since Friday. He is suffering from
an infected foot-
Mrs. J. D. ]V|gColl and daugh
ter of Fayetteville visited her
mother. Mrs. I. H. Shankle, over
ihe week end.
■^'Mr. cind Mrs. C. P. Chason and
son. Charles, of Fayetteville,
spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs.
S. L. Glisson.
Mrs. W. E. G-tledge returned
home Sunday after spending the
past two months at Kansas City,
Mo. W'ith her son and daughter-
in-lawn. Mr. and Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Howard McAnulty
spent Monday in Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Senter and
daughter, Mary Neil, spent Sun
day at Kipling.
Guess Winston-Salem and Car
thage now see they should have
located in the sandhills. They
have the best and purest water in
the world in the sandhills.
of whiskey, while people in many
countries are threatened with
cTing-a-ling!' Listen to the fall fashion
ring! “All wool sweaters at this store.
First rate, quality knit . . . Every style,
every shade, every size for you-”
If these unfortunate cities were
to pitch their tents beside White
Lake and Lake Waccamaw they
might bb able to get water they
George Myrover said if the
storm had to hit anything, it
should have hit the Russian dele
gation in the United Nations. He
also said the storm was making
5 mph toward the coast and that
w’as 4 mph too fast.
A high school education of this
day is equivalent to 'a college
education 50 years ago. - ■
Mrs. Hinson Walters returned
home Sunday, from Hot. Springs,
Arkansas, w'here she spent' the
past several wmeks.
There w'dll be a homecoming at
Pitman Grove church on Sunday,
September 27, with an all-day
program and dinner on the
The oldtime singing school ser
ved-a good purpose. “Where they
had a singing class, they* took the
sing’’—they tried to sing.
The wets, who favor ' the sale
of liquor, say it is evil, and evil
only. They seem to think to li
cense it does away with the evil.
I have seen the weather con
tinue hot until the middle of Oc
tober, but usually there are cool
The great danger to this coun
try is of a drop in prices as came
in 1929 and a number of times
previously.. The people of this
country had to stait all over a-
gain after each of these collapses.
:a ^0 «—
A good dairy coiw- requires a
large quantity of water, and the
milking cow need(^_j>onsiderably
more than the dry cow.
An abnormal appetite as shown
by cows' eating dirt or chewing
wood or bones Is evidence that the
ration is deficient in mineral
100% wdol Icoig sleeve slipon
All wool long sleeve cardigan $4.93
Ribbed yoke short sleeve all wool
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L. W, TURNER, Manager