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I handle BUGGIES of all makes in car load lots, andean
SAVE YOU MONEY.
Don't buy until you have seen me. I can fit you up with
-rbstantial Harness. Sell for cash or on time. ——^
DUNN, N. C.
THE NORTH CAROLINA
STATE MIL AMI lIMM COLLEGE.
LITERARY Annual expenses $lOO to $140; for noc
■CI.ASSICAL residents of the State $lOO. Faculty of
SCIENTIFIC 30 members. Practice and Observation
COMMERCIAL School of about 2,"0 pupils. To secure board
INDUSTRIAL in the dormitories all frre-tuiticn applica-
I'EDAGOGICAL tions should Le made before July loth.
M I'SICAL Session "opens September 19th.
Correspondence invited fi m tl.ore desiring
competent- teachers and stenographers.
For catalogue and other infotmation address
President CHARLES 1). MCIYEI:, Greensboro, N. C.
A. 1?. HAROLD. M. P. HATCHER.
Harold & Hatcher,
—ATTORNEYS AT LAW,—
DUNN, N. C.
Practice wherever service re
quired. Prompt attention to
;i!l business. Collections a
.specialty Office over DEMO
Edward W. Pou, F. 11. Brooks.
Pou & Brooks,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
SMITHFIELD, N. C.
Claims collected. Estates set
tled. Practice in Johnston
and adjoining counties.
K. S. SMITH. E. J. BARNES.
SMITH & BARNES,
DUNN, N. C.
I'ir ftk-e in all tltc court? of the Stale.
IMunpt Httfiition to all business
Otllco in .lie old Tost Office Building.
11. 3HCI.EAN. .T.C. CLIFFORD
McLean & Clifford,
- A^ttcxno3rs-a.t.X-;Ci"^v r ,
DUNN, : : : : N, C.
Office over J. J. Wade's Store.
IKWAKT. H. L. GODWIN
lEWART & IiOBWIH,
Attorneys and CouDsellors-at-law,
DUNN, N. C.
Will practice in State and Federal
Court.- but not for fun.
W- E- Mnrchison,
JONESBORO. N. C.
Practices Law in Harnett, Moore »nd
other counties, but not forifun.
Feb. 20-1 y.
HIE M ¥ MI
CAPITAL STOCK $20,000.
We oifer unsurpassed advan
tages, aud loan money on easy
terms We will extend every
accommodation consistent with
L. J. BEST, President.
J. W. PURDIE, Cashier.
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CAPITAL STOCK $20,000.
Every accommodation offered
to the public.
E. F. YOUNG, President.
V. L. STEPHENS, Cashier.
-IHK BANNER, 1 year for $l.OO.
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"Prove oil things; holdfast that which, is good."
Vol. 11. • DUIMIV, INI. C. JULY, IT 5901, ~~————====
.._, : . _: ; No ST.
' f idist Church—Kev. W A.Forbes Vaster
•yi :es iir*t Sunday night, and fourth Sun>
• • morning aud night. Frayermtetini;
;=ry Wednesday night. Suhday gchco'
every Sunday morning at 10o'clock, G. K,
Baptist Church.— Rev. W. C. Barrett, jiastor.
Services every s-eond Sunday morning and
night. Prayermeeting every Thursday night
! Sunday School Sunday morning, J. C.
[ Oliflcid Superintendent.
rresljtei'bti (lix) - )> > . Hine*
pastor. Services every first and fifth Sunday
morniug and uight. Sunday school eveiy
Sunday morning, D. H. McLean, Superinten
Disciple Church— Rev. D. 11. Petree pas
tor. Services every third Miiniuy morning
p.nd night. Prayer meeting every Tuesday
night. Sunday School tvery Sunday evening
at 3 o'clock. P. T. Massengill Supt.
Free Will Baptist Church.—Elder R. ,C.
Jackson, pastor. Services every first Sun
day morning and night.
Primitive Baptist.—Church on Broad street
!?!der B. Wood, Pastor. Regular servi
ces on the third Sabbath morning, and Satur
day before, in each month at 11 o'clock.
Palmyra lodge, T.'o. 147, A. F. &A. M. Hsl' |
over Free V. ill Baptist church. P. P. Jones I
W. M.; W. A. Johnson, S. W.; E. A. Jones
J. W.; J. Q. Johnson, Secretary. Regular
'emraunications are held on the :jnJ Satur
day at 10 o'clock A. M., and on the Ist Fridaj j
at 7:St> o'clock p. n. in each month. All ft'a
sons in good standing are cordially invited
to attend these communications.
M. T. Young, Mayor.
V. L. Stephens, McD. Ilo'.liday, J. D. Barnes
J. A. Taylor.
W. n. Duncsn, Fol iceman.
Sheriff, Silas A.Salmon.
Clark, Dr. J. H. Withers.
Register of Deeds, A. O. Holioway.
Treasurer, L. D. Matthews.
Surveyor, D. P. McDonald.
Coroner. Dr. J. F. McKay-
County i-isEjiiier, Rev. J. P. B'ack,
Commissioners: E. F. Young, .Chairman
N A. Smith. T. A Harrington.
FREE TO THE BABiES.
The Eastern Manufacturing- Co., of
Chicago, will present to every baby,
under one year of age, in this county, one
solid silver baby spoon with the baby's
given name engraved on same. You do
not have to pay one cent nor buy any
thing to get this spoon. The Eastern
Manufacturing Co. are large manufac
turers and jobbers of jewelry and
silverware, and have taken this method
of advertising their goods. Instead of
spending thousands of dollars for
magazine advertising they have decided
to give it away direct to consumers.
The undersigned firm has been
made distributing agent for this
locality. Bring your baby to their
store and give its name and age and
you will receive one of these beautiful
silver spoons all engraved free of cost.
This is not a cheap article, but solid
silver of elegant diesign. Don t fail
to look over the elegant line of The
Eastern Manufacturing Co. 's goods on
W. H. BLANCHARD'S.
Tlie llei«t liiiiimenl for Strain*.
Mr. F. H. Wells, the mer
chant at Deer Park, Long Is
land, N. Y., says: "I always
recommend Chamberlain's Pain
Balm as the l)est liniment for
strains. I used it last winter
for a severe lameness in the
side, resulting from a strain,
and was greatly pleased with
the quick relief and cure it ef
fected." For sale by Hood &
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£ t j
DUNN FOUNDRY, MACITiNB AND MEt\\l. WORKS.'
j 10000 feet, of floor spre c voied A\ith braud new and jotiJefouß machinery and fixtures tr
ail kinds of machine.and metal worl inj.'.»
fc d .
FAR()UHAR'S CENTER CRANK AJAX.
"SH£ % !S A HUMMERS'
, for th( \ above i :u S im ' nntl other styles of their. Engines and Boilers from
4 to CCD iior.se power, aiso tor I- AliQUilAli Saw Mills, Threshing Machinery and Threshing
Engines \ou can t alloru not to get the Farquhar machinery. It is the best." The Farquhar
Co. has been almost a blouse-hold Word" for half a century. They are one of the largest ma
e line builders in the world. 1 hey have facilities unequalecl in this country.
Pit T Gl * R FRIGES AMD CATALOGUE.
Building Irons, Store Fronts, etc. All kinds of plow and other castings. Boiler patch steel.
Ail kinds oi bteam and Machine lutings continually on hand.
ft...8 | p.. • TOBACCO FLUKS.
styles, everything right. Freights equalized with other
l )oiuts - buy all the cast iron we can got. See us about
.— Respectfully Yours,
THE JOHN A. UTiAT siT'G CO,
DUNN, N. C.
The Home of Notable Women.
"Washington as the home of
notable men is an everday
thought over the country. It
does not so often occur to one
that it is the city of notable
women of America, whose lives
are reminders of presidents,
generals and statesmen. Mrs.
Grant and Mrs. Garfield, both
widows of presidents and former
i mistresses of the White House,
Mrs. Sheridan, Mrs. Blaine and
Mrs. Geo. W. ( hiids are all re
siding here now within a radius,
of ten blocks.
Mrs. Grant, now past seventy
years and one of the most am
iable ladies that ever graced tin
capital, lives quietly in nut
house 2111 Massachusetts ove
! nue, surrounded by hundred* of
| relics of her isiiiiguir-hed hus
band. A 11' .'>>■ W 1 -■ i• ian in stat
ure, bent with ad -ane'iug )ears, j
but not roi ".'iid, -he extends a
cordial .;• mocnuie greeting to
all her cabers. It is her
"est" misf or ui iTe" to 1 practical )y
deprived of her eyesight, i-nt
her secretary, un,orphan girl
whom she calls "my eyes,
and who i.-> knc..n to Mrs.
j Grant's iiii-nci* us "Miss Ma
ry," writes her li tiers and at
: tends to thu details uf a large
J correspondence. Mrs. Grant is
now engaged in writing her
memoirs, which, to the femi
-1 nine world at least, will be ful
ily as interesting as were the
f memoirs written by her hus
band in his last years.
, Her home is a museum of
' Grant relics and she loves to
live in the memories of them.
Every visitor not only linds her
accessible, just as were her
great husband, but is permit
i ted the enjoyment of viewing
these wonderful mementoes,
frequently under Mrs. Grant's
personal guidance. One of her
proudest keepsakes is a small
rug, which" General Grant
bought for her whon they first
began housekeeping. Mrs. Sar
toris, her only daughter, and
several grandchildren live with,
her. —National Magazine.
When you want a modern up
to-date physic, try Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. They are easy to take and
pleasaut in effect. Price, 25
cents. Samples free at Hood fc
Grantham's drug store.
fj Suffer with Indigestion or Dyspepsia |
| Coleman's \
1 Guarantee 1
M -y jj?
jy Eat What You Want and be Happy, a
•M A Cured Man Says :
I'! "T had been vuffering for a number fi
(3 of years wiiii Indigestion, and tried »
almost everything that I saw rscom- jfe
W mended for it. and COLEMAN'S Or AH-
Cj ANTEE is the oiilv thing that has ever i-
W given me any relief. I took two hot- E
Yi lies of it and now feel entirely well." fS
Li —J. D. Robinson. Danville. Va.
Price 30 Cents.
;j SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS, i'j
Coleiiia.ii Remedy Co.. Danville, Va.
He Never Said Anything More.
A farmer drove -lowly along
the street of rt certain town not
far away. Ho had a top box on j
his wagon, but oveT the edges I
could be seen the heads of sever
;i! sheep and some young stock.
As he drove on he was accosted [
by a swell city dude, who
thought he would crack a joke
on the "hayseed," and sung
out: "Your ark seems pretty
full, to-day, Noah !" The far
mer looked up and unconcerned
like replied : "Don't you worry,
1 have reserved a place for the
jackass and you can get rigrht
in." The city upstart looked
like thirty cents, never squeak
ed and the farmer drove on.—
'rhoiiManrtS .Weill into S-ixile.
Every year a large number of
poor sufferers whose lungs are
sore and racked with coughs
are urged to go to another cli
mate. But this is costly and
not always sure. Don't be an
exile when Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption will
cure you at home. It's the
most infallible medicine for
Coughs, Colds, and all throat
I and lung diseases on earth. The
first dose brings relief. As
tounding cures result from per
sistent use. Trial bottles free
at C. L. Wilson's. Price 50c
and $l.OO. Every bottle guar
Dunn's Latest En
A Canning Factory.
CAPACITY 1000 CANS PER DAY.
I buy poaches and tomatoes.
I sell tin cans and pack fruits to
order. 1 use water, steam and
syrup of sugar and pack fruits
free from adulteration. Bring
your peaches to me and I will
save you money, labor, time and
cost of glass jars. Fiuits prop
erly packed in tin cans retain
their original flavor. This is
lost in glass jars.
Deliver your peaches to me
well assorted. ''Presses" in
boxes to themselves holding one
bushel each. "Clearstones" in
boxes holding one bushel each.
Gather your peaches when
just ripe. Let them be uniform
in size and ripeness. Such
peaches will bring good prices
if they have any size.
1 shall employ none but neat
packers and guarantee satisfac
tion in prices, cleanliness and
quality. You lose no fruits in
tin cans. I teach you how to
use the same tin can for any
number of years. The tin can
will not freeze or break and can
be filled any number of times
during the same season.
All ladies who are interested
in canned fruits and catchup
are invited to visit the factory.
Factory located near Main
Street, East Dunn.
June 18 th 1901,
G. I. SMITH, Proprietor.
The Same Old Story
J. A. Kelly relates an exper
ience similar to that which has
happened in almost every neigh
borhood in the United States
and has been told and re-told
by thousands of others. He says :
"Last summer I had an at
tack of dysintery and purchased
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which I used according to di
rections and with entirely satis
factory results. The trouble
was controlled much quicker
than former attacks when I us
ed other remedies.'' Mr. Kelly
is a well known citizen of Hen
derson, N. C, For sale by Hood
Lcs* Thou Hog ret.
Ho moved) to town and leav
jeth the o!d farm "There ain't
i no mo;:oj in fanning -too much
' 1 :'d \\ 0; k ft 11 d! 10 CHSll.'
He s-ctii tbo ir.::cbaut haud
•ing silver 'Jolln'rs, ami foriL-
T*!* 1 ; C&licUvYs ih::t llie mer
• chant ha'.h ii gv .] tiioe, au ea
sy, soft snap, -taking in liih
.-.tore ti.il the day it ns out of the
and he forthwith con
cludes to put him up a stoie
and iive easy ai d grow rich up
on ease and . i ofi snap-.
And he dt-th put up Ids stoie,
and sure enough bcciutlt handle
a little more siivcr; but \v w i?
him, for the rents iiiusi be paid,
and he doth also have to !iv,.
and his sons and daugh'tis'
needs must bo "swell ' to bu \..
the "swim" like the bankers'
daughter and Miss I'rimm-
And :-h»- thugs h»? used to have
to cut, such as sweet j
and the many other good things
tli.it lie took from mother can li,
and all have to bo paid lor ii.
And so it doth soon appear to
him that the nit re handling of
cash hath no lasting pleasure in
it, and he doth find that his
vexations and expenses doth
multiply at a great rate. And
he mourns in spirit and is full
of trouble, for his cash capital
is fast slipping away from him,
and he wishes he was back
home on the dear old farm once
more, put, alas! he hath not
the to buy it back again,
and he soon realises that be
cause of his folly lie will soon
have to begin all over again,
but this time as a renter.
And so we have spoken a
proverb. Be ye not deceived
by the glimmer of the silver
dollars in the drawer of the
merchant man, for, verily tiie
merchant doth also have his
troubles, and oft he doth not
know how he will pay his bills.
And I say unto you that, after
all, man doth mainly put forth
his energies that he may have
food to eat, and when thou hast
solved the food problem on the
farm, then thou art wise, and t
soon the dollars that thou gain- t
est from the products of the
farm will cling to thee and abide
with ; for verily I say unto you
that the merchant, the clerk
and all the rest of those who pro
duce nothing have to spend the (
bulk of their earnings for the .•
very articles of food which thou
canst produce on the farm if ;
thou hast the brains and the
will to do it. (
Tic Kept lli*
Twelve years ago J. W. Sul
livan, of Hartford, Conn.,
scratched his with a rusty
wire. Inflamation and blood
poisoning set in. For two years 1
lie suffered intensely. Then '
the best doctors urged amputa- :
tion, "but," he writes, "I used
one bottle of Electric Bitters
and 1 1-2 boxes of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve and my leg was
sound and well as ever." For (
eruptions, eczema, tetter, salt
rheum, sores and all blood dis
orders Electric Bitters has no
rival on earth. Try them. ('. L.
Wilson will guarantee satisfac
tion or refund money. Only
f>o cents. |
Uses of the Lemon.
Juice of the lemon is one of
the best and safest drinks for
any person, whether in health
or not. It is suitable for all
stomach diseases, liver com
plaint and inflamation of the
bowels. Lemon is used in in
termittent fevci s. It will allc- .
viate and finally cure coughs 1
and colds, and heal diseased •
lungs. It uses are manifold,
and the msore we apply it inter- (
nally, the better we shall find J
ourselves. It will yet super
sede quinine —Boston Traveler.
Father and Sons Compose a Bali \
Mr. Billy Boylin calls atten- '
tion to the most remarkable '
base ball team in the State. J
They are the Cary Red Shirts '
and every member of the team !
is a sou of Mr. Jim Jones, ex
cept one, the captain, and Mr. (
Jones fills that pl-ace himself. '
Mr. Jones is the father of 23 1
children, 18 of them boys, so he ]
has enough material to select a :
Crack nine and does not use the
same pitcher every day. Mr.
Jones captains the team and
plays second base, while the
younger i 3 short stop. —Raleigh
Bern the JO Yotl f' aw BCUgM
; w-A SwfcASWN
'm Bwwn»r P
OF DUNN, N. C.,
Annouiirrfr.tnat bo is F]#-«prrr'r.pd LO do TTW.MP I»»R- i?»-.« «111
'*•'»» r iban ever before. Hp has the goods and w»n»v ],* ~l lv, *
mors to buy thr m. F'rces TO lower than v, - p (V .
'V'LLAR be will pvp you TWO POT LAK? wo» I o>- v .,i'. o
ilp hnw d..tev,ni,Td to sell lnsstofk of goods u , Kbbcr
for Cash or on Credit.
Me can accommodate von to
credit on reasonable funis.
Be sure and see I ' .
* Ir^'T7m -..m\LJ£L* —• w
OLO7HIWG-. GkQSIHINQ:. GkC)*I?I!IMG-.
You can get what you want in this line. We have the larg
ist selection in the country and can lit any size. Trices made
o please the customer.
Ilis stock is being added to daily and you will lind
1500 Pairs of Ladies and Mens and Children Shoes. Indies
Kid Shoes, Ladies Vicis, Lndios Oxford.-, L.uiios Slippers. La
lies Shoes for every day wonr, Lndi*S}n>e> and 8 Uppers from
Hf per pair up to $5 '25. MENS KIIO KB ! Calf, Smooth Calf,
IJOX Calf, Vicis, Dongola*, Russets. Tans, Ifpavy Shoes for *Pf»
rice, Brogans, Kids, Boys Shoes, Children* Shoes.
Shirts, Collars. Hosiery. Neckwear, frusj-onders, Hat",
Cloves, Handkerchiefs, Fancy l'mbn ilas, Valises. £fticlu
Everything in this line. Nothing left out. Embroidery
Laces, Braids, Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery and Insertion,
Kid Gloves, Corsets, Hoisery, Towels, Damasks, Naj L ;in-. K'igs,
Carpets, Matting. Red Spreads, Counterpane. In Pros-; Trini
ning there is a complete stock. Peari Buttons, Oili Buttous,
Silver Buttons, Siik Parasols, the fanciest and newest styles.
400 Bags of Fiour, 25 Bags of Coffto, 15 Barn-Is oT Sugar,
Llice, Tea, Tobacco, Snuff. Lye, Potash, M>>lassis, Sidi, Bacon,
Dorn, Meal, Oats, Bran, Mill Feed, Farm Tools. lior.-e ('hilars.
Bridles, Plows, Fertilizers, Guano, Kanit, Ph«'s;-ha»es, Guano
Distributors' Cotton Planters, Lime, Cement, Planer Parris,
Eiait and Builder's Material.
In this line there is a complete line >.f R;:ria! Goods. From
;he smallest to the largest collin. From the ei;e.-ipe>t Collin to
;he Handsomest Casket. Burial Robes for m ii and women. A
Handsome Hearse is kept with this stock a. *.! v-. iii be seni out
R. G.„ TAY f OR.
A Wonderful Invention.
They cure dandruff, hair fall
ing, headache etc., yet costs the
same as an ordinary comb—Dr.
White's Electric Comb. The
only patented Comb in
world. People, everywhere it
has been introduced. are wild
with delight. You simp!
comb your hair each day »iu
the comb does the rest. Tliit
wonderful comb is simply un
breakable and is made so that i*
is absolutely impossible t
break or cut the hair. Sold o
a written guarantee to give ]">'•
feet satisfaction in every iv-spe-.
Send stamps for one. Ladies
size 50c. Gents' size L.~>-
Live men and women wanted
everywhere to introduce thi
article. Sells on sight. Agent
are wild with success (P
want column of tliis paper .
Address D. N. POSE, Genet;
Mgr., Decatur, 111.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bcughi
"You can ibol all the people some
of the time, and some of the
people all the time; but you
can't fool all the people all the
WE DON'T want you fooled
any of the time.
Low priced paint will always fool you.
It may look well when first put
on but will not last It costs as
much to put on a poor paint as
it does a good one.
j are made to fool no one. They
are honest Paints for honest peo
ple. They cover most, look best,
wear longest, are most economv
cal, and always full measure.
Uuuii lit.rdware & Furniture Co
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