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No. 88 0:88 A. M.
No. 89 3:00 P. M.
No. S3 11:18 P.M.
No. 34 8:20 A. M.
No. 80 12:60 P. K.
No. SZ 11:42 P. M.
Miss Annlo Jonss, of Nswtoa
Grove, was In town Thursday.
Mr. Bradley Godwin made e busi
ness trip to Godwin Thursday
Miss Freida Isaacs, of Goldsboro,
is visiting Mrs. ElUs Goldstein.
Dr. Chaa lilghstnith was a busi
ness visitor In Lilllnirton Monday.
Mins Doll Butler spent a few days
this week with friends at Roseboro
Mr. Hubert Culbreth left Tuseday
for s short visit to Now berry, 8. C.
Mr. Billie Walters spent Sunday
und Monday with hia mother at Suf
Mr. R. H. Norfleet, of Norfolk,
Va., Is visiting hia daughter, Mr*.
U. M. TUghntan.
Mr M G. Myers, of Yedkinvlll*.
■pent Sunday in town with hia broth
er, Dr. F. W. Myere.
Miss Ames, of Norfolk, Va.. is
visiting here this week the guest of
Mrs C M. Tilgbroan.
Messrs. Earnest Jeffreys end Qeo.
McKay spent Saturday and Sunday
in Richmond and Petersburg.
Many of the Buie's Creek students
were In town Friday an route to their
home* in various part* of the State.
Messrs Arthur Pop* end Austin
Long are home from Wake Forest
College where they attended school
the pest yssm.
Mis* Juanita Privest, at Spring
Hope, haa arrived in Dunn and will
wiw Mr. 1HB
Mr*. H. C. McNeill.
Rev. J. H. Shore left Tuesday
morning for Sanford, where he will
attend the District Conference. lie
will return to Dunn Thursday
Mr. C. C. Gilt lard, who has made
Smithfield his home for tho pest sev
eral months, hue come to Dunn,
where he srill remain for some time.
Mr. J. W. Ellington, after being
away for oevoral months on other
business, has returned to Dunn and
resumed his work with tho mworags
Mr. Durham Taylor, who Is taking
a course at king's Business Collage,
Raleigh, spent several days bare this
week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jea. A. Taylor.
Several of tho Dunn people ere
attending the commencement at
Falcon this week. All seem to be
enjoying the excellent program which
is being rendered ,
Mr J. J. l’earssll returned horns
Friday after spending several days
in Florida. He visited Jacksonville
and other cities while In that State
and reports a line time.
Mr. R. C. Nelson, who has boon
stationed here for some time, work
ing for the J. B. McCrary Company
on the sewerage force, left Saturday
for Atlanta. Mrs. Nelson will Join
him there in a few days.
Dr. E. W. Myers, until recently
a citlsen ef Dunn, who now lives at
Elberton, Georgia, was a visitor hare
this weak. Dr. Myers said hla prac
tice, since moving to Georgia, had
boon highly satisfactory.
The building which is being re
modeled by Mr. J. L. Hines to be
used as one of the tobacco warehous
es this fall, is about completed. Hs
has had it put in good condition and
It will osaks a splendid warehouse.
Mies Margaret Peps left this Mrs
ing for Raleigh to attend the dosing
exercises of Meredith college whore
she was a student the past year.
She was called home two weeks ego
on account of tho serious Illness of
Mr*. E. J. Nobles end Mis. Mollis
Motley Peereell left Tuesday for
Washington, D. C., whore they win
spend several days eight-easing.
This ll tka trill thara wnn In fka mm.
test several months ago, which was
given by ths American Thsatrc.
Mr A. K. Wilson, who has boon
with Lm A Warron (or several
months, holding a position as clerk,
has given op his work these to en
gage in the brokerage business. He
will be an the road mast of the time,
but will make Dunn headquarters.
Mr. Horses freeman, manager of
\the American Theatre, showed free
pictures last Thursday and Friday
night after the school exercises were
over to the people who attended tha
dosing exercises of ths school. All
seemed to be delighted with the mo
tion pictures, which were splendid.
Mr. Sam Parker, of Dunn, Has
opened his new Bi)oo Moving Picture
Theatre between the Brannan-Pearee
Co., and tha oAee of Dr. Vick. This
piece has been nicely fitted up and
It is proposed to give a high class
performance each tlme^The Salma
Mr. G. M. Coe, who has bean
with Lea A Warren x for several
months holding a position sa regie
lered pharmacist, left Saturday a. m.
for Me Ada ms ville, where he will ea
gage la the drug business for him
self. Mr, Cos aiade a number at
friends daring his slag in Dean, who
hated to aae him leave, and all ef
them wish for Mm mash Mooses in
hie venture at McAdamevtlle.
Mr. J. D. McNeill, of Ulllngtou,
was in town Monday.
Mist Lillie Johnson spent Sunday
with friends la Benson.
The banks in buun are dosed today
this being a legal holiday.
Mr. A. L. Newberry was in Fay
etteville Monday on business.
Mr. Walt Jsnitgan returned Sat
urday front a short visit to Wilson.
Mr. J R Barbour, of Bon son, was
in town Monday oo lags) business
Mr. J. C. Clifford Is spending sov- |
eral dsya this week in Roboson coun
Mr William R. Johnson baa ac
ceptor' a position with ’l-ee A War
Mr« (i. T. Noel left Monday to
■pond a few days with relatives In
Mr. J. M. Gregory, of Bute's
I Crook, was a business visitor in Dunn
Mr. Ennis Warren baa just pur
chased an automobile from Mr. Al
onso Psrrish, the local dealer.
Mist Aida Taw lsft this morning
for Durham where ah* will spend
several days with relatives and
Mr. J Harvey Tyner left this
morning to spend several days at
Lumberton and other points in Rob
Messrs. Jno. A. McKay and P.
A. Lynch loft this morning for
Richmond, Vs., where they will trial
Mr. C. T. Johnson, prominent
merchant of Ber.son, and a member
of the firm of Johnson Brothers her*
was In town today.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamas Morton at
tended commencement at Bute's
Crock last week, where their daugh
ter wee a member of the graduating
Mr. Q. B. Ford returned Sunday
afternoon from Charlotte where hu
attended the State Municipal Asso
ciation, which was held there th*
Mr Johr. Crine and Miss Annie
Green, after spending several days
here the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J C Clifford, returned Tuesday to
tncir norites si Winston-Salem. i
The closing of Use Dons Graded i
school which took plsco lost weak, |
will take away from Dunn for lb*
Summer several youag people that
will be missed by the esitire town.
Mr. V. L. Stevens will remodel
his building on Main street, opposite
Central Hardware Company, and
make of Ha motion picture theatre,
to be occupied by the American Thea
Mr. P. S. Cooper, president of
tbs Pint National Bank, lift this
week for Sanford, where be will at
tend the district conference of the
M E. Church, being hold there ihi*
Misses Cornua Jackson, Hacbsl
Clifford and Margaret McQueen left
Tuesday morning for Red Spring*
where they are attending the dosing
exorcises of the Southern Presby
terian Collage and Conservatory of
Moat of the attorneys and several
of the other dtisen* at the town are .
in UUmgton this , weak attending
the Superior Court. There are a
number of murder rases* to come op
in this term and a great daal of In
toraat is manifested in the outcome.
Dr. J. Allison liodges has been
appointed by Gov. Stuart to rspre
sant Virginia at the third annual
meeting of alienists and neurologists
of the United State* to be held under
the auspices of the Chicago Medical
Society in Chicago, July 14th to 19th
Mr. 0. P. Shell returned Saturday
night from Charlotte where he at
tended. the annual meeting of the
State Municipal Association. Mr.
Shell has served this body for the
pest two years as secretary and ,
treasurer and was reelected last week
to serve another term Hi* sorvioe*
to the Association ssem to be highly
satisfactory and they appreciate the
working he ie doing for the organis
Mr. Carey Taylor, aa old Dunn
lotto Observer for a number of years
as (olograph editor, spent savers!
days here tha past weak with his
parent*, Mr. and Mrs. lea. A. Tay
lor. Ha has riven up his work in
Charlotte to go to a hotter position
in Savannah, whore ho will bo asso
ciated with the Savannah Press. His
numerous friends in Dunn will be
grateful to know that ha ia rising ,
so rapidly in the newspaper field
A residence belonging to Mr. Jos,
E. Jordon, located in the southern
part of tho city, was destroyed by
flro this morning. Tho alarm wea
sounded at 4:46 and the Ore compan
ies responded Immediately. Before
they reached the econo, however, tho
6re had gained considerable head
way, and. tho deportment could not'
save tho bunting building. Other
buildings nearby were saved, though,
through tha efforts of tho tire de
partnsent. Tha residence had Jost
been remodeled and no ore occupied
tha building. Tha origin of tho Are
le a mystery There was no incur
TRINITY COLLRCK COMMENCE
W t are in receipt of tho following
"Tho Senior Class of Trinity Col
logo roqoaota tho honor of your pros
•net at the osordsas of Commence
| most Week, Jane 7th U 16th, 1*14,
' Durham, North Carolina.
DEATU OF MR. ARTHUR LEE |
While out feeding hla Mock last !
Tuesday morning, Mr. Arthur Lae,
who Uvea near Newton Grove, Samp
son county, suddenly dropped dead. *
U la not known of what disease hie
■loath was a result, but it must have
been of the heart. Immediately af
terwards, hie son end daughter, Mr.
N. B. Lee and Mrs. L. A. Tart,
were notified of tbeir father’s death.
Another sou, tho Rev. Prank l.es,
of Charlotte, was on hl> way to pay
his fathsr a visit wheu he learned
of his death..
Mr Lea was on# of lbs oldest cit
iseos of Sampson county, being a- I
bout 75 years old, and a man who !
has figured very prominently in the 1
business life of hie pert the coun
ty- He had been married only once
end «■> the father of eight children
six of whom are living and. two are
■load. His rcmnlne will be interred
• t the family burying grounds near
his home this afternoon, Wednes
day. To his widow, who survives
him, together with his sons and
daughters, the sympathy of friends
THE GRADED SCHOOL PACULTY
The following young ladles who
taught school hers the past year,
have left during the week for their
renpertive homes ia this 3Late and
Miss Margaret Query. Jo Clover,
S. C ; MLas Naomi Boos, to Cana,
N. C.; Miss Stray horn, to Durham;
Miss Kate Smith, to Goldsboro; Min
Della Austin, to Tsrboro; Mias Laura
Gilds relee ve. Miss Helen Chapman,
Mies Pauline Hassell and Mist Char- >
m. to Scotland Neck; Mim Julia |
Dominick, to Newberry, S. C.
PICNIC MONDAY NIGHT MTH.
i m r.pwortn League of the Moth
■wind church will have a picnic on
<:*P* Faar River Monday eight. May
2oth. All the mom bora are cordially
invited to attend Member* of the
league will meet at tha home of
Mm* Kale Herring at 8:80 la the
aftornotai, from which piece they
w.ll start. Those who want to go
are requested to notify either Miaa
^Ida Tew, Robert Jordan or J. T
Sutton not later than Saturday night
nf thia «nk.
VAl'DKVlLLE THIS WEEK
The American Theatre i* putting
oil a high dees of vaudeville thia
week in addition to the excellent
pictures. The show l« held every
night at the Metropolitan theatre,
temporary headquarters for the A
merican and i» being wall -*• wi~f
•Knetager* the juggler and musician
ia pleasing all who see his work Tha
•how ia well worth the price at ad- i
WINK WINS FROM FOUR OAKS
The Lhmn ball team won an un
interesting gam# of ball last Wed
nesday afternoon from Foar Oaks by
a score of lg to 7. The batteries
were: Smith, Cordon, Beet, Wilson
and Elliott far Dunn; Loe, Cole, and
Johnson, tor Four Oaks. 'The game
played was on the home grounds.
Mias Elisabeth Thompson, tha
bright and attractive little daughter
of Mr and Mr*. J. L. Thompson,
won the prire In the flfth grade of
the achool here for the highest ae
•t*** and beet writing. She was
the youngest pupil in the fifth grade
and when thia fact ia considered, she
deserves a great deal of credit for
the excellent work she did. She was
also a member of Miaa Uixel’a chine
clans and her work there attracted
DAVE TRL’ELOVB SHOT
Mr. Dave Truelove, a prosperous
farmer who IWee near Dunn, waa
•hot and eerioutly wounedd laat PH-.
day afternoon. He waa In hi a field
plowing, and had stopped for a mom
ent to reel, when ho waa shot by
aome unknown party who waa con
cealed in the wood* nearby. The load
which came from a gun WHfl with
heavy .hot, took effect la hie back,
•ome of them patting through hie
lungi. At flr« It wat not thought
h» would recover, but ho ha* been
improving gradually and la now con
sidered oat of danger. Noah Godwin
with whom Truelove had quarreled,
we* erreetod and placed In the lock
up at Dunn, and I* being held as a
A PKINTEK'S DKVlL AND LOVB.
A printer', devil waa pierced |n the
With the eherme of a little at lea;
Quoth he to the lee., "My dear, are
l.ot u* eeal our love with a kina."
The maiden replied ae the in*> ahe
"Doet think that til let you revel
Where other* before have vainly
No, no! 111 not klaa the devO."
Year* rolled along, and tha awoat
Became an old aorrowfnl maid;
She |lvad like a queen—waa rich, but
Her beauty had ell decayed.
Once again they mat aad tha old
To recall the former toeue,
But he gaily nailed and only replied:
"The devil now wouldn't kill yowl"
REDUCED FREIGHT RATER EF
FECTIVE IN STATE JUNE M
Raleigh, May 19.—Jana 90 la tha
data on which tho rodooad Interstate
freight rate* from tha West and Buf
falo and Pittsburg, agraed upon la
the compromise reached by tho Legis
lature Lq the apodal session and tha
railroad companies earring tha State
in interstate traffic tad approved by
tha Interstate Commerce Commie
awn, will go iate affect. This la
formation panto to tho Corporation
Commission thia afterneoa la a tel
egram from General Freight Traffic
Manager L. Groan of tha Soothers
Railway, who has all aioag had tha
direction of them matters for tho
allied railroad eompaniaa.
Tha telegram addrweed to E. L.
Travis, Chairman, rood a* follows:
” Western rotes have been flted srtth
Corporation ConSmissioe effective
June 90. Iron and steal articles
Buffalo and Pittabsrg effective same
data. Am sanding copy of tariff."
Secretary Maxwell, of the Com
mission, says that the business man
of tha Stats can now Ox on June 20
as tha data for the reduced rates to
be effective and adjust their orders
and shipping plana on thfe basis. Tha
rodooad rates mean tha saving of
many thousand of dollars aaaaaDy
to the shippers of tha State aad have
an important bearing on tha com
mercial internets of North Carolina.
Tti« fallowing announcement card
he* been recotvod. at this afioa:
"The (tradmating class W nmoisoc
hundred and fourteen, Lonlsburg
College, announce! its cnuunce
munt exen-iaea, May 24 at, M, and
27th, College Chapel, Ltmlaburg N.
• • •
May 24th, 11 a a., baccalaureate
aannon. by Her. B. M, Malay.
May 26th, 8. p. m.,, alumnae ban
May 24th, t p. m., art exhibit.
■ JO p. m., Queer BMW to be given
on college campus by toaiore and ex
May 27th, 10:80 a. m. gaaduating
sxsrcissi- Literary address, by T.
Allison Hodgea, M. D. el JO p. m ,
grand concert. ,
No flodera. F
Class Boll—Cor* Eetoll* Aden*,
Anna Clyde Porker, Oarrie Allen’
Beaks, Mary Walton Sbets, Gertrud*
Louies Uredaber, Ladle Cunningham
Shoe*, Annie llaurietU £tx*a, Lottia
May Turner. j
Grain*t* Diploma—Ctra Batalla
Adam!, Mary WahsA Aon, Anna
lottie May Tnreer.
Voice Diploma.—Anna Clyde Park
Piano Dtpioma—Annia Henrietta
Dixon, Annie Clyde Parker, Mary
Helen flow*, Liasi* Woodard.
Enghdt Language and Literature—
Carrie Allan Banks.
Engllah literature—Made Han
Voice Certificate—Mery Holes
Piano Certi&cst*—Core Eataiie
Ad* mi, Blanch* Grantham, Mary
Walton Shore, Carrie Alien Banka,
Domestic Soane* Certificate—
Core Estelle Adama, Made Heaaing
•r, Lottie Moy Tumor.
Art Certificate—Gci titxi* Loaiaa
Marshal* Chief, Balia Bara.
Assistant*—8#o Gift, Elaaaor
Yarborough Nsithan, Bath Jonas.
HOW INFLUENCE IB GAINED
Today North Carolina atta at tha
hand of tha table ha tha halls of Con
rrasi because oar delegation haa had
service that counts. North Carolina
wields an influence ovar tha legisla
tio» that has newer bean wielded
bafora and as a result, oar State sad
the Sooth occupies a position never
bafora occupied in national govern
Hare la tha North Carol lea delega
tion, their length of service and tha
powerful poaMona they fill:
Senator F. M. Simmons 14 yonra
Chairman of tha Ptaanea Committee
Senator Lao 8. Overman, It yaara
Chairman of the Rule* Go remittee,
i Ranking Member of tha Sonata Ju
diciary Committee, Ranking Mere
bar of the Appropriation Committee.
Representative John H. Small, Id
years. Rivers and Karbari Commit
Representative B. |P (Poe. 14
years Chairman of tha Committee on
Claim*, Ranking member of tha Cam
aitttee on Rules
Representative CM ad* XUeMn, 14
years. Ranking Member of the Ways
and Means Committee. Will knimi
Chairmen at this Oe—dttse was
well aa Floor Leader, upon tha retire
ment of Representstiv* Underwood
on March 4th, Boat.
Representative Hobart N. Page,
It yaara. Committee on Appropria
Representative K. Y. Webb, IS
years. Ranking mambar of tha Ja
diriery Committee seen to bo made
WKBB WILL 8UCCXKD CLAYTON
Waahiafftee, May LR.—Represen
tative Clayton, of Alabama, who had
bean expected to remail aa chairman
of tho Judiciary committee to pilot
the anti treat msasores through the
House, aoneoMsd today Ida beta*
Uon to qualify this wauk aa fadaral
judyo to Alabama. Tba raapoattMI
tty bdla la tba Huuaa will root mainly
upon Ropruaantotlva Wabb, a# Nartb
Carolina, whom tba Waya and Maana
Commit too orOI aiaet to tor aa Chair
man of tba JadUtary committal. Mr.
Wabb kaa joot baaa raaoatoaatod la
tba North Carolina prtmartoa.
Wa ara woo daring haw many proof
raadara and prtotora got ft rod a* tha i
Chattanooga Maws whan tha faRaw
tog Hna from a aortal Mata was print
ad to that pa par: . “Prarttaahy tha
asU garmont to ha wars hy tha hrids
gift of tha
FRANKLIN T. DUPREE,
ANGIE*. N. C.
OAm In ONgwy Bide.,
BUBKR1BB TO THE DtBPATCB
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In Furniture or Undertaker’s Goods.
WE CARRY die largest stock of goods
xi a.n^ re*a? *tore >n this section of
North Carolina. We buy most of our
goods in car load lots and can make you prices
much lower than most hardware stores.
In addition to our mammoth stock of Hardware, we cam? Pianos and Or
gans and buy them by the ear load Wo aro aleo e goats for the Now Homo
Sswing Machines, the beet machine on the market. In fact we hare most any
thing you want in our line and will mU it to you cheap.
Barnes & Holliday Co.,
EAST BROAD STREET, - DUNN, N. C.
„ FOR SPRING
jj AND SUMMER
■ I Let ut help too decide «liu to wear Easter \» well as Utlt Hummer.
if W* h**e * of roods, larfe and varied, all of wbtrh vat 1*,u*Ik tl.li m|i|.
■ ] aod la seasonable. We hare none of last year’s foods to offer jou, every tbio* be in* t < « and of
the very latest de*t(-na.
Exactly Whet the Men and Women Want
We offer for Spring Wear the beet and meet Myilih ready-to-wear garment*
procurable la thle locality. Adler'a COLLEGIAN and Rtrctnm A Broa' HIGH ART
Cl/DTHINO, HOWARD HATS In felta and etrawa and all rlit new ahape* In ibe much
Uaalrod Panama: CROSMKTT, E. P. READE, ALDEN, WALKER A WILDE, and
UOOMAN SHOES: MANHATTAN and WAT'CHUSEITK SR I RTS-all good with a
leputatloo guaranteed by ee and by ihelr mabera.
FOR THE LADIES
Wa Kara a beautiful line of draw gooda and all the tiling* for epring and mjm.
mar wear. We hire tha famoua "CB" and Sahlin curvet* including the high l»u*r
and other *aa*onable effect*; laoaa, rmhroideriev, trimming*. etc. nod all the other
thlnga wanted p> tho aorld feminine.
We sell only goods of quality and the prices