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lg^OOWOtoOi IN 8UrFBAGK^7
Itt up to___i,
Aftot a campaign covering sixty
Bz years la toia country tha question
* granting suffrage to ibb is
•pen far aetata in anagram.
Kvery one «f the Ml members of
tMgrese ia today giving tha moat .
mrtoua consideration to appeals from 1
tha hemaa ef hia district tailing him
they want tha Constitution toangni
to as aat to dtocrlmlnata on acooust
of sax. I
Thaos appeals were praaantad by '
»Mtoa who came freon every State
to toe Union, from every eongrea
•tonal district, aoci of them from
thoeaaade ef aulas, to haad then# .
The reeetatwnn were adopted In
the nuwt open forum that the women
•7 rowmanity througnoot tae eeua
tty, paueaaaa after toe aid town
iffaao damanda for a -square
daai' ia inis country arara earned in
a oraranuc, spectacular manner to
too legislative halls of toe national
cuptiai and there cordially received
by leaders ia both houses of congress
1 ne wesson were given every an
cowragemant to hope tor favorable
ac-eo whea toe ttnat^w-Boadell
resolution comae op for a veto.
•ihAhLl 111,000 IN LINS
la eaa of tha moat attraauva pa- j
geaata aao paradaa ever saan ia this j
capital, notaa tor ia picturesque
aemonstrmtions, the woman ef toe
ceoauy marcand on congress yester
day. those actively participating ia
the march numbered dose to 10,000.
They brought reootutisna passed at
tha mass nuaring where more thaa
**i*w woman and man were in at
tanaanea. 'they were bached by 4,
Ooti^iuO women, who already have tha
W Iim m acevan auui vast
of UM iSUteiaatppi. they rapraaam- j
au am* than m,uOit,tOu woman wage
nnari in Um united Sum.
Tha general feeling about the cap- |
i»ol altar um women bad sararmad
la its doors was expressed by ooa
■oaator wbau ha sawi, *« is worth
waue paying baad to a cauaa that
can bring together each a demoustia
Uua, by summed woman iaadars In
au warns of Ufa, from ovary corner
of our country/ aad osm of Um bast
known mamoars of tbs House who
stood beside him answered, “To legis
lation was- over considered serious
OfitU it btcuM politically truditnt:
I am glad that in my district 1 do
not bare to question wbathsr 1 can
a*ord to antagonise such a powerful
«K>U POLICE PROTECTION
aa taa oaat of polios protection.
Major Richard 8ylvesUr had near
ly ail bis force on duty between tho
Whita House and tha capitol yester
day. la all. tha policeman under or
ders to mfagaard tho marchers, num
bered more than MO. Aad they
ware instructed to “face Um crowd
*nd aecuia peace and order aad ar
rest for violation."
Tho aeons after tha pageant all
rase had the oaat stops of tha capitol
was impressive. Massing themsaiv
as on tha ptaxa (tap, and with ten '
hands and a chorus of 100 girls at
tha so trance of tha building, tha en
thusiastic parade re sang: “Tha March
af Woman," by Dr. Ethel Smyth, of
England, board ones before In this
This spectacular feature of tha af
ter soo as demonstration was heard
hy thousands af parsons, who filled
Iho immense plana.
Tha band than struok up Um "Star
Span glad Banner" aad the Ml peti
tion bearers Med op the stops into
the rotunda of tha capital. Many
of the women than entered the fal
lacies af tha Sonata and watched tha
pmpssflaga—Washington, (D. C.)
MORS OR LESS
Oca time the ladle* (ported alaavai
A yard or a* aroand.
Aaoa their akirta war* lika balloona,
■‘Tbalr train* next aweyt tka ground
Kit, ah, ‘tia different today
From what It era* before;
For aaer w* aaa the d re aaa a I aaa
W* aaa the ladle* more
—Now York Tribune.
UNCLAIMED LETTERS REMAIN
ING IN TMS FORT OPTICS AT
DUNN, N. C, WEEK ENDING.
MAY IffTM., 1RI4.
L Clan Laey.
t.J. W. Wflllaaia.
1. Arthur Paata*.
A John Neal*.
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| A KISS IN ]
| By EVEKETT P. CLARKE
Whan cauaclooaaeoa came to m# |
Wamd aoyaaJf la • strange room sue
roaodad by a number of prraoua, oil of
wow hwhlng at ma with ayiapa
thj «■ thoty facaa 1 could not ru
•••bar bow I cama to be I bora lu
that condition or why 1 felt aa I did.
Tbo train waa that la croutug a at root
1 bad been knocked down through (ho
mretonanina of a chauffeur add «e
rawly Injored. A all whom I took
ta baa doctor waa patching me np, »nd
aa noon aa 1 returned to coiwchanuiawi
ha ordered every one out of tho room
and. after tailing ma that I bad been
ran owe. eatd that 1 had law carried
lata a boona near the awn* of tbo ac
eldest and could not bo at unco w
On# of my kyaa had bean Injured,
and a atrip of llnaa waa laid over both
of them. Then I ooppoae I waa left to
•yaalf for awhile, for I beard uo sound
In the room, though at In term la par
aona came aud went. After having
bean alone, ao far os 1 knew, daring
one of three fancmiii I bearxl what
aoundad to aia to be a faint rustling of
• woman's skirt*. Than there waa a
Tague conectoofoeaa that boum> one
waa standing near tar looking at ms.
On* thing I fall sore of—a warn
braath against mj check.
Suddenly 1 fait a pair of Hpa praaaad
agalnat mine. It wtu only for a ns
went, after wblcb hv tbc sound uf
•kina I knew aoajr one waa scamper
ing away. I bad rrldenUy bwu klaaed
by a woman.
Now. 1 waa at an aga when • kbw
Ilka that would naturally atlr the tm
agtnadom Was tbs tlaser yoongT I
lodged an by tbe farting of bar llpa
which warn soft and mm. I longed
ta gat wall that I might Bud b.r out
t-- ■ _a ■ _ a __a__ a
day*, wbeo I waa taken to my own
home. I waa not iwrmii|i«l 10 remove
ray eye covering before lent lag tbe
aooew ao I waa Ignore at of the mem
bare of the family. Aa aooti as I waa
well enough to be out ngata I went to
'hank them for (he cant they had
taken of me. I wee received by the
Udy of tbe boo*, and I aakvd that 1
might thank every one who was In tbe
house during my atay there The laity
told (no that Ilia member* of her Turn*
■ly ware ona aou nod it little daughter
rlgbt year* old. ! knew (bat the Par
ian who bad klaaed me waa neither of
thee*, for tbe swtali of akin* 1 baud
waa not that of a child. I aakad If
I here bad been any one beside* tbe
family b tbe boose during my sojourn
there, to which she replied tliat no one
bad bean staying there Tlie a-eldmt
had closed conatderabl. ekcltemrut la
the neighborhood, and n untabrr of
Pareona had coma la to make inquiries
This was aa tar aa ! could go la ay
Investigation, at least at Uis time, and
I halt (tier(raregad. Them waa n strong
pmbrfbtilty of ray ramalalng la tene
raacs of what I waa exit*coaly anxious
is know. I reantrad to enldrau tha
acquaintance of tha Murrays, who bad
boused me. with a new to a possible
This 1 did. The son. Ed Murray,
waa about my age, and I took re pedal
palaa to cultivate him. Be wax noth
lug loath, and we soon became excel
lent friends. I bare often thought
that tbe kisser, asetng me going about
with him. must bare quaked In ber
boots. But. though I purisioely talked
wtlk Murray about my atay In bla
mothefa bouse. I gained no I of arms
Uon an to who waa there ou the day
1 was taken In. Ed bad beeo away
at tha time. However, 1 was doing
my bit of detective work Very well,
and It waa quite likely that by hetsg
a goad deal at tbe house I might ran
acruaa ay quarry, and If 1 did I was
quite sera aba would show la ber few
turae a consciousness that would be
Time passed, and. baring thus far
failed. I concluded to reveal ay secret
te some one of tbe family and ask as
steteoee. Neither lira Murray nor Kd
eeold bo railed on to give the girl away.
I chaos Bffle Murray, the daughter, aa
ona too youug to bare many srruptaa
about giving tbs lady away.
"1 do believe It was Kit Travers."
aha said. ■‘She a lust th* kiod of gin
to 4o A thin* 11 kn tint."
“Who la Kit Trararaf Wu aba kit
«* tba day I waa brought bereT
"I doo't know (boat her being here
hot a he might bare been. At that time
■he need to rant bare quite often.”
“At that tiiaa? Du can't a be root*
bag* quite often soar
The beau t baa In the bourn la a
I felt qnlle aura I was on the right
track. | baaed my com-1 oaten on I be
•art of lllae Travers bating formerly
been often at tba Mnrrayif and baring
anddesly dropped off after I became
Intimate with them. I Induced Row
to Bad for Mter Trarern on antic pro
tart and telephone mo on her arriral.
One day I reentred tba Damage and
harried to the knrmyeV 1 bad my
own pretext for earning prepared. i>at
dtf pat noed to urn It I suddenly ce
tarod a room when Rule war talking
with a aery pretty girl The moment
the pretty gtii aaw me ahe Mated
haantffotly. and t Mt that I had am)
ad the girl who had kbmed me
1 aftra ten any wife that It waa am
appreciation of aaa that broegkt about
mj appeartattea of her and. 1-onaa
paaolly. oar marriage If abe aaorad
hr a auddap Impalaanhndw-t kkeed am
In tha dark—
Pmfcr la tha real aeoae af a nobU
nlnd, tha ornamaat and pride at
na, the aweoteat p»iroroloa ef a
romaa, tha acorn af raacala and the
sraat virtue af oedoMlity^-Bentecl
There are two maaano why aoan
aapla don't anted their awn boaterot
teg la that they haven't any irrind,
be atlae that^they haven't ay kd
| LEY US SELL YOU TOUB Ni
trate of aoda. Wo will make it to
you cheep for cask or oa time.
Johnson Bros., Dunn, N. C.
! JOHN B. STETSON HATS AT
Goldatein’a Dunn, N. C.
L>ONT FORGET TO JOIN THE
Christmas Savings Club at Th«
First National Bank. Deposit 2Jk
SOc or |1.00 each week and at the
expiration of 40 wocka or on Dec.
• 4th we will mail yon oar check
for a nice little euro together with
interest thereon n 4 per cent, par
annum for your Chriamaa shop
-FECIAL SHOWING OK CHILD
rco’a hats at Goldsteia'a, Dunn.
JOIN TDK CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
( lab at the First National Bank
and thereby cultivate the aavii^i
habit and at the tame time save
a snug little sum for your Church
ohUgationa, <w the eupport at the
* A * E t()D SEEN THE LINK OF
piare SilUu at Guldeleina?
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TOR HALE—ONE OP BEST
Dwelling* on Want Broad Street ]
<Jeick boyar will get attract!**
terra*. B. O. Tuwnwnd.
WE WILL 8BI.I. YOU TOUR 8UP
plle* cheap for cash or oo Una if
you will coma to aaa a*. Johnson *
tiro*., Dunn. I
\NTHONY WIRE PENCE—THE ’
rny b**t made, for aala by John- I
Ml Dma . Ihmn, N. C.
\LL KIND* OP PEED BTUPP. >
hay. grain, oats, etc., for aala |
cheap by Johnson Bros. Dunn. ;
1KEBY OXFORD* MIAN COM
fort and etyte. Exrlastee aganta,
Ooidstabi's, Dunn's Bast Store.
NEW ARRIVALS IN WARNER**
Corset*. So* the oaw aiadala.
HATS, PANAMAS, ENGLISH
•hapas and the more tMUtmUrr
at (Mdstoia'i, Dun«. N C. |
. _ •
WHITE OXFORDS POR~ EVERY
atoaahar of the family at OoU
atohi A Dana, M. C.
CORLISS COON AND K. * W.
■hirta at OtldiMin’i, Dunn.
VARS n4 UNDERWEAR AT
Goldataip'a Dun, N. C.
HOLE Pit OOP HOSIERY AT GOLD,
steta'a, Dunn. N. C.
LET TOUR CHILDREN JOIN TBR
Savtaga Club at tha Firat National
Bank and tharaby encooraga theta
to be thrifty and aot apandthrlfta.
LOTS OF TOUNG FOLKS ABE
Joining the Chriatmaa Sapringa
Club at the Firat National Bank
thereby preparing tbemeelvea foe
• happy Chriatmaa. Why not you
SOLID CAB LOAD OF ROLLER
Champion flour Jur. arrived. It
it tha but on tha market. See ua
at one*. Johnaon Broa.
WE FBI.NT WELL WHAT W*
print. Send na your nut order
for Job work. Pope Ptg. Co.
we have on hand a laege
»°.PPiy of Bangfc'a and Cereetite
Top Draaaing. Sea ua whan you
want him. For eaah or on time,
i Johnaon Broa., Don, N. C.
I OUR CLOTHING 18 THK BERT
that can ba daalgnad and atyUa
far tha faatidiooa at Uoidatam'a,
Duna'a Boat 8tora.
LACEA OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
( at Galdotaia'a Dunn. N. C.
IlLASl SILKS! FOB SALE AT
Gotdatrin'a, Duna, N. C.
straw Hals and panamas at
Ooldatatn’a Dana. N. C.
; WARN** CORSETS—A STYLE
for orary Agora, at GaldsUin'a.
flAV* YOU* PRINTING DON* BY
Popm Printing Co., Dana, N. C.
RED MAN'S COLLARS ARE THE
boat. Par aala at Ooldatain's
FOB 8 ALB—ONE OP BBBT
DwalHnga an Want Brand Rtront
, Qolek Bnyar will gat attrnetlaa
Unaa. B 0. Townaand.
ROTH sunn—A SUE POB BV.
ary bay frara 4 U IS yaara at
r.ldaS.ln a, Dona. N. C
walt mason on field perils
The farmer plant* hie field of com
-tb* kind that doesn't pop—and
hope* that on some autumn mom be
will start to shuck his crop. And
shuck hie crop he often does, which
is exceeding qiycer, for blights end
Perils fairly buxx around it through
out th* year. I think it strange that
fanners raise the goodly crop* they
do, for they era scrapping all their
days against a deadly crew. To plant
and till will not suffice; the men must
ntrain their frames, to kill th* bugs
and worm* and rouys, and peat* with
Latin names. The cat worm* ent,
the chinehbags chinch, th* weevil
weaves Its ill, and other pesta come
up and pinch the corn and eat lhair
fill. And then the rain works go on
strike, and gloom th* world *n
r.hrouds, and up and down th* burn
ing pike th* duet i* blown in clouds
And If oar pray/trs are of no avail,
and rain cornea in the night, it often
brings • grist of hail that riddle* all
in tight. And still the farmers rale*
their crops, and nail th* shining
plonk; none but the kicker stands
and yawns, and what be nays is
bunk. If all man brooded o’er their
WO**, end looked ahead for grief, ;
that gent would starve who gaily
goes to thresh th* golden elyeaf.
A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
Those who have been clamoring
tor war base little Idea what ita
horrors ar*. Thisy think only of .ita
glamoor, lu gilt and feathers, the
binr* at trumpet* and shout of men;
but they Httle think of the suffering,
the tears and broken hearts, tha be
reaved homes end above all tha de
moralised society WJ* have had war
*-tough It It awful to realise that
thousand* of men ara to be swept
into eternity without preparation;
that thousands ar* to lie feverish
and fchllly through tha night, and
wholesale murder is to b* committed
under the name of wsr. Defensive
warfare Is jutldable, bat any other
kind Is wholesale murder, yst we
read of resolutions passed and edi
torials I written, advocating the set
sure of territory. Let thh people of
Ood everywhere pray that this hor
ror may be averted, and that tha
fellAsrsrt of the Prince of Psao* may
assert themselrvi. - prsabythrian
rVKRYTMMG THAT IK HTTUfltl
Is shown In ear Millinery Depart
ment at Getdeieia'*
THE REAL ESTATE
BENSON, N. C.
Paid In Capital. $ 10,000.00
Authorized Capital. 100,000.00
If you have any land of a Real Estate proposition, that is to buy, sell
or exchange, write or call to see us. '
C. T. JOHNSON, President '
BRADLEY JOHNSON, Vlce-Frcs.
M. T. BKITT, Sec’) & Tints
The Real Estate Trading Co. Directors:
C. T. JOHNSON
P. B. JOHNSON
‘ ^HADLEY JOHNSON
'< j M. T. BRITT
— ■ 1
As you know, our
store is headquarters for
everything for the ladies.
You will find here
a complete line
of New Summer Dry Good*, Notion*, Ladies'
and Gents’ Furnishings, Shoes, Hats, Etc.,
or anything that you want to wear.
FOR THE SUMMER
We hare the latest designs and creations.
All we ask is to show you.
We Have On
Hand What the
Hart Schaffner and Mar* and lCirschhaum
Clothing, Strong A Garfield and Thomp
son Brothers Shoes, Straw Hats, Etc ,
for men; Dorothy Dodd Shoes and
a general line of Dry Goods
Don’t buy until you have seen our line
Your* for bu*ine*«,
“The Store of quality”
DUNN, - - - N.C.