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No. 88. liJ3 A. M.
No. 16. 3:48 P. M.
No. 81 11:12 P. M.
No. M. 12:62 P. M.
No. It. 11:42 P. M.
No. 84 . 6.23 A. M.
Mr. Peter Parker left this morning
Mr. E. F. Young wn» In SmithflelJ
Monday on logoi buainesa.
Mr. K. T. Suriev, prominent buti
nna nun of Henson, was in town
Mra. W. T. Overman ha* returned
from a visit to her parents at Salis
bury, N. C.
Prof J. u, Etudl Irfl this morning
to spend a shon im* at Halciga up
Mr. John B. lialehcr returned
Monday morning from a visit to
W i ns ton -Salem.
Mr. Henry Ilrrrlng, cashier of the
State Bank A Trust Co., returned
Monday morning from a trip to
Spartanburg, S. C.
Mra. Ado Wcet was carried to
Highunith Hospital at Fayetteville
Monday to be treated for an oilmen;
which lias kept her in very ill health
for several woeks.
The big eale at (loldetcln’s is draw
ing to a close. Only a few more
days now before this event close*.
The price# are way down ar.d many
bargains are going daily.
His many fnendi will lie glad to
l~.cn Ikfil Vc T r Is con.
idly convalescing from and illness
which ha* kept him in doors for the
greater part of the lout two week*.
Mr. J. G. Baird, of Charlotte.
Grand Chancellor of fcnighu of I'yth
Las of North Carolina, will prea< “»
here in the near future. A defin.Vi
dal* will be snnouuccd in these col
The Ladle*' Missionary Society of
the Methodist church at Benson, will
rivs an 0)-atsr supper In the vseetil
building, next to Royal's 11 art warn
Store next Friday, the 19th. Home
made candy will also be sold. The
firoceeds will go towards paying off
indebtedness of the church.
It is good news to her many
friends in this city that Miss Gladys
Young is rapidly convalocnng in ■
Richmond hokpitai after undergoing
an operation for appendicitis. It is
expected that aha will be able to re
turn home within the next week.
Note the change in the ad of Mr.
Preston Woodall, of Benson, on the
last page of this edition His sale
closes Saturday and If you want to
•hare In the bargains you hart only
three more days to visit his store.
Hie customers hare been liberal with
their patronage and have mads the
big event a success.
Mr. J. W. Whitehead, agent for
the Atlantic Coast Lina here, left
Monday for Orlando, Florida, where
he entered the McEwon Hospital to
be treated for rheumatism. His
many friends and business associates
her* hope the trip will prove bene
ficial and that he will return homo
much improved in health. Daring
his absence he is being relieved!
by Mr. N. H. Bidden..
"Trey O' Hearts" was omitted last
week and this week also from this
paper that the Installment* may not
get too far in advance of tha illxe
trations Which age presented each
weak at the Bijou Theatre. On se
count of tha destruction (d the thea
tre by firs several wi i,s ago they
were necessarily delayed and scxrtsd
again last Tuesday night with the
first presentation. It will appear
every Tuesday night from now or
at the Bijou end after this weak will!
appear regularly in the Dispatch. j
Your attention is called to en ad
in this issuo announcing the Bouxtsr
Club Fsstlvst to Lx? held in Benaon
next Monday, Tuesday and WediMt
day by the KadcIHfe Lyceum Bureau,
of Washington, D. C. The entertain
ment will consist of music, lectures
and concerts and will be hold tn the
school auditorium, two performance*
daily, afternoon and evening. The
admission will be 85 and 60 cents
for adult* and 16 and 26 cants for
children. Season ticket* may be had
for 81M, which entitles the holder
to e*»ry performance. The enter
tainment la of a high order and
thoold be liberally patronised.
Though the annual town election
le several weeks off, local politicians
are losing no time in lining up for
what is expected to be one of the
warmest campaigns of recent years.
Already several candidates are look
in longingly at the mayoral plan,
and eemmieeiansrs without number
are bobing up la every ward. Soma
ora claiming that the preset admin
istration is not so progressive aa I*
desired and express the opinion that
few ef thoee new holding office trill
he returned for another year.
The Million Dollar Mystery is the
next serial to begin at the Bijou
Theatre and its Arat installment will
appear Friday sight No serial pic
, tura of want months has attracted
so Widespread a sanaation aa this
pawurful movie drem.i whfee plot
is so thrilling that attention is com
pelled from beginning to and. It
is to cover 23 weeks and K la certain
that Dana followers of the movie
heroes and heroines will And these
week* the most Interesting since the
moving picture theatre became one
of Dunn’s hmtituthais.
rMis. L. U. lot has rstainod from
short visit to hsr parents at Green*
Mr. and Mr*. Milton Smith, of Bon
non. spent Suni'ayln town with rela
| Mrs. Carrie Lone attended a the
atrical attraction at Fayetteville
| Misses Maud* Phillips, Gladys hihI
l'chil Jemlgan spent today with I
frtertiis at Benson.
Mr. Robert E. Lee. of Frlcon. wan
licr« Saturday to visit his sister,
Mrs. G. fi. Cnshwwll.
Attorneys Charles Lee Guy aod
. a .• Franklin Wilson attended
court at Clinton Friday.
Capt J. L. Hines left yesterday
for Kowlsnd, where he is to spenu
several days with his brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Weeks, of
Goliisliom, spent several days here
last woek with 14-. Week's sistai,
Mrs. W Troy Honda.
Mr. Alley Pope i» here from Ashe
villo to visit his fathot. Mr. C. Frank
Pops, and will spend several days
m the city before returning to the
M uvula in City where he holds a good
position In a bank of that city.
Miss Kathoine Allen left Sunday
for hoc home at Groontboro aftar
spending several days here with her
•outer, lire. Robot L. Warren, tier
departue for Urceneboro wue ecca
nor.ed by her mother's Illness in
A committee appointed by '.ho
chamber of commerce is in session
this afternoon to decide upon m.ino
plan which will convince the pro on
General Aucmbly that It will be
serving the best interests of thu |in>
pie by allowing Jarvis cuuiiiy to be
Tbs boms of John William** wu 1
rorr.pletsly dsetoyed by Arc this
morning just before noon It was a
handsome little cottage situated near
the Durham and Southci.i station,
und was built just a short time ego.
Mr. Williams has suffered two other,
such fires in very recent years.
Rev. Raylus Cede will preach at
the Baptist church here next Sunday!
.,turning and evening. Those wtn
heard him during the month of Jan
uary will be glad of anothor oppor
tunity to hear this excellent man
and scholar and the announcement!
assures him a large congregation.
Last Turaday afternoon fire origi
nating from a defective stove flue
threatened to consume the home of
Preston Jackson, situated near tbs
Nssrberry factory. Prompt work toy
dlUena kept the Are under control,
hoerovor, until the arrival of tho fire
laddies, and Uttle damage resulted.
The Dispatch is requested to an
nounce that Circle No. 1 of tho Mis
sionary Socioty of the Methodist
church will servo cream, chicken sal
ad. home made candy and rake, the
eaiuiy consisting of mint, chocolate I
fudge, taffy, etc., next Friday and
Saturday in the vacant room in the
building nest door to Drs. Sexton
and Highamith's offices.
Mr. E. B. Culbretb and a score of
his Sampson neighbors were in town
this morning on the erny to Raleigh
to petition the General Assembly not
to repeal the stock law now in sfTerl
In Sampson county. This action it
being taken because a large delega
tion is being sent by mother faction
of that county to Raleigh m an effort
to have the law ropes led.
The Chatterbox Club met Thurs
day evening with Miss Rachael
Clifford with every member present
That was the first formal meeting
of the organisation since Ita forms
uon two weeks ago and It proved to
be a most enjoyable affair indeed.
Several rtolightfut games were play
ed, rnfrshments were served sad in
other ways the young women were
entertained most pleasantly.
]n Dunn there is en agetl gentle
man ami hit il/e's partner suifenn;
from actuai want. The wife, weak
ened by age end wnnt, lies very sick
In the little home upon whoeo back
uJurnUp the wolf of poverty contin
ually howls; tbs k us bend, too old end
wtak to cam a living, present! to
our mind, one of the moat pat).ctic
figures in the community; bsrne
down by misfortune end oowsred by
fate, he tries to present to the out
side world e solid front and a brnre
countenance. But circumstances are
too strong for him; food and fuel
cost money; ha hasn't the money,
tho wife Is suffering, the home u
cheerless. What are you going to
do aboutit? The Dispatch win be
glad to point the way to this home
for those who desire to help; the idle
curious will pteaee moke no inquir
LONG BRANCH PUBLIC SCHOOL
Honor roll for month ondbig Fri
day, February It, 1*15.
First Grade,—Parris Ammons, Da
vid Pope, Ransoms Pope.
Second Grade,- Edith Pope.
Advance Second Gr*d<v Joel La
na*, Flonrine Norris, Kdward War
ren, VIre Warren.
Third Grade,—Dare Pope, Joetta
Pope, Leslie Tart, Talmaga Tart,
Peurth Grade,— Mary Jemigan,
Gladys Warren, Hector L. West.
Ststh Crade, — Bsllic Jemigan.
MARRIAOK AT YOUNG ROTH.
Mlee Ada West of Four Oaks. wa»
I married yesterday afUmool! In th«
Young Hotel hate te Mr. Lyda Lee,
u )'Wi& farmer of Johnston; Require
EJdririjfr Loo performing iho ccr®.
sonny. It win u runaway outtch
tinil only a few persona) friend* of
tho routi ne Lb ig portion we e pimwMit
to sritnM:. the marriage.
MU. WEoY KEf URNo
Tie Di.*pat<h U glad to see Mr.
I'kraLuu Went 1 ark la fbu cily ufier
apuxdrg several week* In tho hos
pital it Rocky Mount. It will be
rvrrcmlai-vJ that hv vwe |,it by a
tioss'. Line iJtarv..j;or ueln ncui the
Brood stirvt .loaning duilni; the hol
idays mil low) a foot,
MR. Him,Kit I V| PROVING
The h'icriie of Mr. Oiuilon C. But
Iw will be glad to lea. n that ha ia
t'lpliily reem .ring from thosn inju
ries sustained IJiruugh bis fail from
n. lico in the yard of Mrs. W. U
liui-par one Jny lust work. >li« only
very i*r»ni>; injury is a fractal ed
wri«: am! that is healing very nicely.
•tips W MUIEN ENTERTAINS
Thv home ut Mr. ,;mt Mr*. W.
cHako Wat ran ».*« '.he srene of ono
of the mow', enjoyable social func
t;ur.e uf ;hni 'ocnlity lust Saturday
veei'nig wren thrir rhonning da ugh t
or. Mis* Mamia. entertained n large
numW o'" J:o>- friend* with a talon
tine parly. Sn.ru! very ii.tereei
iiiir i-antes wort fJaynri, a’•ung thoi.i
lie.iig one 'll vrlrcii ouch innle gucal
war give.; .'. c*T-.n of tib'had tvhirh
vvutiiid Its vr, !'.* • iiM:;h rn inirimt?
"srr Jar vr"u\ tbs end of cor*'
ll.rrad trr.l ■•! j ••••SC*1 0 l'rr.-i
coi"slai.v: >l;e (.tort Ju-iune
tlrs'dc: tVs. n'h*:' C'~-'• BJEjcitlve
Of 3'-. Vsb'.l T- wire cn.'oycd; dll'
thru tofie Jii.'i .'.‘.a rr.t etintd.
Among I'.ci- jnejs--.t ‘.a cn;ey tl*<
hosoMnlity cf thie Sn* old cozntr;
Miits* G’mly. and Mryrnr iVarr.
Hosit Ciu»n;iler, Adrian*'. Walke
Wa-'en. FY'line Godwin, KA\l\
cfliii Alim aoi1. GfiMn'ii'** Warru'v
\thc Uo trvi honor cui-Ctl). Dr.
ari Mr* Wipcii. Metfr?. Anwn
J:i*Uo'H T r . T\i'-ling*<.ii, Austin
I lorries. Godaiit, Oliver liod
win Dr. BUalor, B. Mo:£n-. W. W
THE 7.1'S AM MEM fl-IIB
Misses M< lly Movrlrv I’rarei-ll sih.'
Margaret McQuueu dcdigMfully en
.1 I ll f Zunamm-su club St the
Isltcr'n home last Thursday evening
Before assembling for thii meoting
the meaobet s enjoyed en organ re
C trl st tho Presbyteri»n church.
Inc club had as its guests on this oc
casion Mrs. J. B Martin, Mra. J. C
Clifford. Mitt Annie McCallum and
V.vt. J. L. Ilatchcr.
I here vim four tails* of rook.
At the conclusion of the game Hits
P.ialinr Hassell, holding tho highest
sen e, icreivcd the pnxe. a beautiful
htt of cncrerpondcnce cards. The
hesteKses then :er.ed a delicious sal
aJ course followed by coffee end
mutts. This was an unusually wuic
awake meeting and the girls laughed
sr.d talked with high spirits as the
gntno and evening progressed.
The me-.nl.erc present were: Mies
es tiikierslceve, Cheery, Hassell, Me
Crllum, Wililarnii, Kate Smith, Viola
McNeill. Ivu Pcaraon, Emms Young.
Meta Harper, Carrie WQaon. Mary
Freeman and Kale Jones.
1 HilKlvUAV A FTF.HNOON BOOK
Tho Thur-dr.-y Afxriioot. Look Clul
met. wiih Mil. J: W. Whitehead, or
the elcvcntb. After a half horn- giv
en to bu,lines* the following pro
gism.no was londered: “Gothic Art
ai d Cached.-ala,'* a paper by Mrs. 1
F. Hicks; "A Sketch of tho Ufa of
M. Hall,” by Mra CW. Htgh
J-.rlth. This was especially interest
i.ig us Mi Hall was the author and
iiublishsr of the Bayvlevr Kysiem
which this duu has been studying
for thiee yea a. Mrs. J. L. Wad.
played a scl::!iiit from "Troumerei"
iiy Schuma.rn. Tiio “Origin of th*
Haro," a jefr; ruu by Mrs. F. 8.
Coops-. After : rfrosamenti In two
bcolu Cic lU'b id jot road. Then,
praaent tv-mo i-‘rn. P. 8. Cooper, Kn
J W. Wh'.tcbesd, Mrs. Chas n-"h
smith. Mis. J. C. Cliffoid, Mrs. I
L. Godwin, Mia. I. T. Hirtn. Mrs. C
J. W. Kits go raid, Mi-a E. Coil,tab
Mra. J. U Wode, M'«. G M. T.ly).
man, and Mia. II. (>. Mattox,
Tbara will be a bo* party a£ Hain
view Rrhonl Friday night Pcbrtiary
Everybody la cordially invited. t»
roma. Thuynung moo will bring a
pocket full at money and tha ladle*
a box. The society will glva a play.
Tha proceed* will go to the batter
mant of the arhnal.
CLYDE BRYAN, Principal
Tara Godwin, Assistant.
BENSON WINS FROM BUIES
Tha Ranaon High School hwaVet
hall loam scored its aocnml eenaaru
Ova victory of lhe aaaton aver the
Ruiea Creek Academy free hy forfait
2 to 0. After six mlnutea of play in
the second half Raftrea G reant ha]
of the Baltimore City Collage fnend
it nocaaaary to forfait tha game to
tha Ranaon team oxring to tha rofaa
al of the Bulaa C-aak Irm to eoa
I Untie to play after a foul had boon
called oa team. Up eatil (hat Ume
3 DAYS 3
- OF -
of Washington, D. C.
The School Auditorium
Benson, N. C.
40O1 teams had pot BRr* fast aad
furious rust, aad halt, kept tha large
crowd present In tonahis excitement
Hannon now holds tha Championship
at John Atop aikd
and kata sola rad
yst to tasta <Wi
•on and Botes
prominently. Tha* . i
games has been tha
of the Hanson boys. 1*7 are being I
congratulated by ell at Haaanr. Fal
lowing is the score: ' r
B. II. S. B. C. A. i
C. Jernigan 1. t. Campbell
!. Lamer r. L •*. Odium
B. Jornlgaa c. Harrell
Johnson I. d. Chaffin
Denning r. g. Holt
Goals:—C. Jeraigaa (I); Lanier
>3); E. Jemigan (6); Campbell (2);
Harrell (81. Fools—C. Jemigan
(S); Camphrll (4). Referee, Green
hill, Baltimore City College.
Honor Rail ef Dana Graded Sc heel,
far Six Weeks. EaJhg Fak
ruary I, MU.
FIRST GRADE: Rackaa! AyeoekJ
'ara Purdie, Thelma West, Roselle
Dowd, Homer Sneed, David Jackson,
, IVIton Strickland, Ashley Norris.
SECOND GRADE: Harry Now
harry, Frances Cullocn, Mora Ether
idge. Mary Lee, Annie Boll Noel.
Magdalcr.c Smith, MoUM Adams,
-riturv'ie Monde, Margaret Pops,
Spenror Adams. Sam Dowd, Allis
Maynard, Clarence Tart.
THIRD CRADE: Kathleen Hol
land, Bruce Cromertte, lasnoa Rear
FOURTH GRADE: Lucille Ay
cock. Emily Grantham, Entrance Hoi
'.Kiay. Mattie I ay ton. Ulhan Surlrs,
FIFTH GRADE: Lurile Wallace.
Irlia Howard Reams, Hatai Bridget,
iocI I ay loo.
SIXTH GRADE: Lila Godwin,
Vnn'o U Honeycot, Jaarie Holliday,
nhick Lynch, Trygaa laraen.
3HVENTH GRADE: Ladle Price,
Howard, Jtmet Adley, Beene
F.-GIITn GRADE: Katturly<
iYi’lnce, Iran Bailey.
NINTH GRADE; Mabel Lynch.
TENTH GRADE: Rachael Clif
ford, Helen Hood.
ELEVENTH OtADE: Ella Black!
THE CONTROL OP
Raleigh, Feb. If, 191&—Sine* Jo
hr. 1014, Dr. P. D. Owes, Plaid Agont
of the Bureau of Antae], Indaotry,
working la ea-40*ratl*a tHtk the
State Department of Agriculture,
hat conducted com prebend re nua
paigna In * Beaufort, Pdgoeombe and
Nash Count!**/ This h the begin
d»g of the effort to control hog* chol
Ika. Eighty-one addreatee has*
•Ado and arena of thaaa were
illustrated with the atereoptlron Uj>
»*m. About 8JU8 . people here at
tended these meeting*, beside* those
Who wore at the tenim demonatrn
Twonty-aeaan damnsatrationa. srith
I 102 hogs, have kata held and of tkia
i n um bar only three heft hart died
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Your BANKABLE Funds
Are safe when in our care.
* , ^7^** government supervision and directed by the
best business men of this locality, our bank offers un
surpassed facilities for safety andf convenience in bank
’ cauli". n?’• y.°Vn*e»* b»nk* »re deing . business which
v?“e Snf eienrffna to customers the utmost in food ser
so better “!I°WS‘ Y°U COuld d°
State Bank & Trust Co.,
Dunn and Angier, N. C
L | , In ■•VOT\ •"* °*t ■inin.rtiriagli nod tana
y jcrusi ^ «r
^}ow- P»Mcj haa won maayfnaadi tar oar
ind Wfc° k*V* B«T«r4on* buainoaa with aa oobm arooad
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The Bank of Cape Fear,
G. M. Tilghman, President T. V. Smith, Ceehier
Dunn> North Carolina
* • • | j. ^ -m. ■ ’ "T*»
DR. W. L. PEEBLES
68 7*ar» aid with 88 year* apwi
“t* tntlinc Horae*, Mule* or aoy
•ther aoiaaal*. Phone 1S8L, day or
ni8ht, all >o«r patron*** anil l>* Ap
froiA Cholera. Two of lbe three bog*
bad high temperatures at the time
A very valuable but costly lesson
wen learned by one man who had a
her- of twenty-four bogs He rum
belo-iging to the county was admin
istered to eleven of those hogs, two
of which were treated with serum
alo:i« and three were given the shoal
tenons treatment died. .The co-op
rater was advised to treat the re
mainder of Us heed and to hoop the
tMoied ones separate from the an
treated. He loot seventeen out ef
the twchty-fomr when he failed to
Each county la the State wQ] he
visited In this campaign and the
verk will be carried right tato the
heart of the rural districts and school
•round whore the f>nam» derail.
JOHNSON IS RKENTENCBD
Payettavflec, Feb. 11 —James H.
Johnson, a wealthy farmer of Cum
berland county and n fanner mem
ber of the Legislature, who tare
•• U* ego wao fooad gallty in the
roeordr*e coort ef violating the pro
hibition law in soiling loos than tws
gallons of wine end allowing ths
some to ho opened on ble place, or
*hom Recorder Cosh Oeok continued
judgement at the time, woe today ess
Uncod to three months on the conn
ty roods on each of the teraeaanU
by Recorder Cook. Be appealed u
the Superior Court mad gave bend
Johnson is' now under so spans lot
of sentence and $840 bond happen
lart yon by Judge Rountree far Ih
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j A BANK OF STRENGTH |
The First National
solid feuadatloa from
point of view. |fs
its amounting t« naarly _
thousand dollars, and its
of Tbrao baadrad and
dollars am ample far
of sJl deposits; its ___
prudent and mmfal, aad It Is
tbs supervision of tbs Uaftad
Oo^orassmit, being aabjaet **
' ! tor o» r tbe
I; ; of tbe af tbe
Wu cordially invito tlpcraans wba
, **f*ty far their money to mafia thia bank
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
! DUNN, ... N.C
I' 0. CUM, N. A. Tinmi,
CUrrOID A TOWNSEND
OfSo* on tn4 Aon of FI rot National
■nak. Prompt attention *i**n U
FRANKLIN T. DUPREE.
ATTORNEY- AT- LAW
ANOIEB, N, C
Offteo la Orofory Bid*.
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I T. B. DARDEN
i Yotovtaary Tkyal—n. Aarfon and
***** aa4 HatwCay. Oao4 warti
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QUB. PKot*traM*-r. Eaat Btm*
Sis**. *>« .»., K. 0.
Uadalnak UCUn Ecx*un)e« la tha
rwiliRn at Daaa, Waak Da«
ta« Fafcraary tt, HU
1. Halt, M. 0T~
L Jaraifaa, R. H.
4. MaMITlaa. AaR
4. RaMaaoa. R- R.
4. RRaya, DaaU