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No. 88. 4:23 A. U.
No. 44. 8:44 P. H.
No. 44. 11:12 P.M.,
' Mo. M. 12:62 P. M.
Mo 42. 11:42 P. M.
Mo. 84 . 4:22 A.M.
Hr. P. P. Pope, of Coats, wot in
Editor A. M. Mooro, of the f ay
ettevtlle Index, waa in the city Toea
Mr. Jsasa Nor ns. an automobilo
man of Raleigh, waa in town Tom
Mrs. T. R. Hood, of South field, it
visiting bar daughter, Mrs. Wallace
Mias Mary Amoa, of Fort Norfolk,
Virginia, waa a recant guest of Mroi
Mr. Jaa. Bain, who has been em
ployed at Wilmington for the oast
few moatha, ii hare.
Mias Lota Gough, who has been
visiting in tha city, relumed to her
home at Lumberton Monday after
Mr. Archie Hooka, who is with
Alex Rprunt A Sons, cotton factors,
•pent Monday at Pour Oaks on bnu
Miss Florence Duncan, who has
bean visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Papa, returned to bar home at Roes
Mr. Willard Jackson, who is at
tandbig tha Page School of Pharma
cy at Raleigh, spent tha week-end
hare with hii people.
Hoe. J. R. Baggett, of Lallingtoo,
waa nominated and confirmed by the
General Assembly last Monday as a
director for tha school for the Faable
UI.J^l ir...... ..
Country produce U coming to this'
market in Urge quantities at this1
ti» Kip ara bringing fro 12 1-2
to IS amts Grown ban* nre being
•old at S6 cants, while young chick
ana ara scarce.
Mr. J. W. Whitehead, the Atlan
tic Coast Una agent at this place.
U still in Florida in a hospital. Lata
reports from his bedside nr* that bo
is improving, which is pleasant news
far hda larga cirri* of friend^
Mlaa OUra Trader, of . Baltimore,
arrived In tasgn Hadpy ' morning.
date of turn
announced Idler .
The remaining part of the Moo**
Tripp star* an East Broad street is
haiag removed. It iritl be re mem
bared that this building eras partial
ly destroyed by Ara during the Christ
mas holiday*. Since tba An it Las
remained untouched. It is Mr. Tripp's
intention to plac* a nice brick struc
ture on the lot a* soon .as ha car. do
Borne of the local automobile man
ara considering the Jitney bus eat
rice. Since Dunn has no trolley
linos, enterprising automobile opera
tors believe that car* can be operated
on a regular schedule to point* in
and near town at a profit. Of coarse
the population is limited end the idee
new, but the carries een be started
In a email way and tbe publie edu
cated to patronise it
.Mjas Margaret Karnes, a native
Baltimorean, arrived in Dunn last
Friday. She baa com* to take charge
. of the minhtcry deportment at B
Fleishman A Reus.' store. This i*
bar first season in our town. She
bag bad y earn of experience in mil
unary ana comae her* aa an expert
with all the latest In woman*! heao
r*»r. The iprior opening et this
large artabliahmcnt will be atmounr
The eerrlee at the Prsafcytarian
Church Sunday morning wne largely
attended. Special music wax render
ed and Mlaaaa Lina Gough, of Lom
berton, and lea Prareon aided the
choir. Rev. A B. McQueen prxeched
an able and Instructive sermon, fell
ef food for thought. At the evening
service Mlxa Kitty Poole, of the Mer
edlth faculty aang a aolo which waa
*nj*7*d vary much by tha congrega
Bav. Baylaa Ca > fined th* pulpit
at th* Baptist Church Sunday at
both morning and evening aaisicaa.
At tha morning aarrite special music
waa rendered by Mittas Pool* and
Jehneasi, of th* Meredith faculty.
A large congregation waa present
Bav. Baylaa Cade, aatiitent pastor,
la son do* ting a series of moating*
I soeh evening this week at tha church.
Geod Congregations are attending
•very service. His sermons am full
at scripture and Instructive.
' Cotton continues to com* In to
Ufa aterkot Last Saturday 1«0 bales
<fa*e Mthstsi Oe Monday DO hale*
aeW. Tha prices rang* around
* etnts and tha grades are i»oc*d
Thau* la still large amounts of lht»
Baaey pUpla pot in sold, the far nsra
aalBng only whan they are In need
*d supplies and when tha marvel
brighter It ha* bean the policy of
th* farmers In this section to sell ih*
'*w »f cotton Immediately
Ur. Thomas Abdo, of SmithAdd,
was la the city Sunday.
Dr. R. L. Warren made a profes
sional trip to Raleigh Wednesday.
Mr. Sam Parker mads a trip to
Goldsboro the latter part of last
The Christmas Club at the First
National Rank baa opened. Have
you Joined ? '•
Mrs. J. W. Jordan and Mrs. B. 0.
Townsend went down to Payette villa
Mr*. Goo. E. Prince returned, from
Richmond this afternoon where she
went on a business trip.
Messrs. Geo. L. Cennady and A. U
Newberry letumed from Fayetteville
today where they went on o business
Maser*. T. L. Bsss, of Sampson,
sod A. C. Bass, of Creanvflle, South
'aroiina, were visitors in tha city r»
Dr. Jesse Coltranc, a prominent
dentist of Zcbulan, (pent Sunday and
Monday with his brother, I»r. Wal
The opening of the Christmas (Hub
at tha First National Dank runs
through two weeks, during which
parted members will be received at
all times during banking heura.
Tha baseball nina of the Dunn
Graded Schools played a nine of boys
who styled themselves ss the "Iown
Boys" Tuesday afternoon. Ths score
was 9 to 0 in favor of the school
The baseball team of tha Dunn
Gradad School journeyed to Four
Oaks today to meet the achooi team
at that place. At this writing a re
port from the game has not been re
Last Monday evening a party of
young people of the city enjoyed s
small informal dance at the llall on
West Broad Street. some of
those present ware Misses Erne
Mixon, Isabelle Yofmg. Mary Me
Maura. J. i’earssll. II. C. 1-ee; Claud
Gardner, Mr. Walker, pi Fayette
The plan that the First National
Bank offers to the public to aavc
money by depositing in the "Christ
mas Club" ia a gnat one. The Club
Is run ia three clessee, the 2Sr class,
the Me class and (he $100 class
The “Club" runs 40 weeks ending
December 14th, 1*16. Their check
is Uses mailed to each member Just
ia tlnaa far Christmas shopping and
comes at a good time for alL
A new Arm has recently been or
ganised in Dunn. U Is styled as
ee the Pearsall Electric Company,
with Messrs. William and Jerc Pear
sall as partner*. The Arm.ha* rent
• - -s a. *L. »*64i7^1fclV
Store and will carry a stock of elec
trical eappliea and will contract for
both inside and outdoor electrical
wiring. The young man are home
boy* and an progressive. They de
serve and will get the patronage of
The First National Bank of Dunn
has again inaugurated a Christ m*»
Saving* Club. It will be remember
ed that this institution conducted
such a club during 1914. It was a
marked success and mnny saves* ra
ce, vad checks Just before Chrietmar
last year. The enrolling of names
for the ensuing year will continue foi
•wo weeks. There are three classes
in th« dub, 1. a, 26c class, 50c class
and $1.00 class. Any of these is s
good class to get into.
A representative of the Radcliffe
Lyceum Bureau w*a in town a fr
days ago conferring with local peo
pis about securing a series ef high
class attractions for next fall ami
win tar. Nothing definite was done,
but the representative will return to
the city '.n the near future and it is
hoped that ho will close e contract
with Dunn people. This town needs
a high class lyeeum course. T5 e ar
tists that tba same would bring u>
our people; and the grade of th. per
formancee, would more than repay
the parties interested Anancially and
w*uld be a great source of pleasure
to lovers of high class amusement
«**. ERNEST NEIGHBORS HE
Mr. Ernest Neighbors, son of Mr.
S. C. Neighbors, who live* about
three miles north of Dunn, ii slowly
recovering after e painful accident
twe weeks ego. He war handling
eotna dynamite bleating cape when
they suddenly exploded. U« was ter
ribly shocked and his eyes were ef
fected to soeh an extent that he loat
hie eight. On Tuesday morning Mr.
Neighbor* in company with hla fa'
er aad brother. Messrs. 8. C. end
John Neighbors, aad Dr. I. P. Hicka
went to PayetUnrille to cone all Dr.
H. W. Lilly at th« Cumberland Hot
pital. An examination waa mads
and treataaent given At this Hist
H is not definitely known that hla
sight will be restored.
A *NEKDMORE" PICHT
Lae* Monday night "Needmor *,•
ene ef the outlying negro dietricu
bo the Booth of town, waa the scene
of negro frncaa of unusually fcro-'t.y.
A quarrel developed ameng the dent
»ene of that locality and Anally
reached Ha climax when Mery Me
Nefll drew op her shooting Ins and
Arad H at Harriet Byrd. Harriet it
not seriously worm dad however, and
will be able to attend trial Thursday
m0TT'i"« w*en Mary and aha win
haw H out before Judge Imhh.
TOR CHATTERBOX CLUB MBITS
The Chatterbox Club met with
Mia* Lucile Handle last Friday af
ttmoon. After spending an hoar or
no Industriously sewing, tho hoetees
brought forth refreshments. Two
cuv race wera served, a fruit course
followed by hot chocolate and wa
fers. Those present were: Misses
I Iva Battle, Corinnn Jackson, Ruby
lifldwin, Rachel Clifford. Myrtle*
PilUhan, Emma I«e, Margaret
"A BOX OF MONKEVS” WELL RE
The enter lainment given by the lad
tea of the Methodist church last Fri
day evening proved to be • success
from ell points of view. The play
let. "A Hox of Monkeys,” was ooe
of the best amateur production! ever
seen here. All of the "actors" fitted
Into their parts with ease and grace
and acquitted themselves creditably.
The second part uf the program was
given over lo Madame Blvateki's
Grand Orchsatra. The young ladies
presented s pleasing appearance to
their picturesque uniforms. Then
music and it was mojtc—pleased
the audionce immensely. The old
time selections were interspersed
with latest song hits end a little of
die high-brow etulT was thrown in
lo make it varied. The proceeds
amounted to fifty dollars approxi
mately end ax slated heretofore will
go to the building fund of tho Moth
Mrs. Wallace Colt ran# in the pert
of Mr*. Ondego 7bor.es was very
t-md. She portrayed the part of
'•served lady of rank with much
aaaa. Mies Mary Freeman as Lady
Guinevere Llandapore. of the Eng
lish peerage, sras well received by
th* eudienev. Mies Carrie WUaen
as Sierra Uer.galine captivated the
audience with ber work and showed
th* talent of an expeit. The mete
pert* were taken by Messrs. T. C.
Young «nd Prentiss Knell It.
Young as Edward Ralston, the own
er of an American Gold mine, and
Mr. Easel! as Chsuncey Oglethorpe,
the partner of Ralston, were very
rood ih their parte.
Th# entertainment was so well re
-rived in Dunn that those who have
i. In charge ora contemplating pot
ting it on at nearby towns. If suck
be done it will no doubt bo received
with crowded houses at evety par
THF HKiHSMITll FARM
One afternoon last week Doctor
rherla* Highamith cam* salting by
the Dispatch oftca in Mr. W. R How
the writer and asked “Deni you
want to go oat to my farm?" sad
without hesitation the three yelled
n unison "You bet" The genta)
physician brought (ha machine to a
»top and the three clambered aboard.
Ho pushed the button and away the
ar aped. It maahdered itf »
hrough the streets 3mtil it cam* to
’.he National Highway at the graded
tehool building. After getting on
the big rood. Doctor Highamith op
ened the clutch until tha speedometer
registered 2o mil as per hour, and
ireeently Mr. J. C. Barrington', place
was reached. Turning to th* left
‘here, th* cor continued its journey
?0T a mil* prohdbly and rolled up to
•he Doctor’s farm. All jumped to
the ground and th# visiters atndfht
way began to look around to aae
what sort of a place a town physician
Th* farm 1. not a large one—its
area in about 3d acres, but neat and
comfy-looking The outhouses are
located conveniently and well ar
ranged. Things in general looked
■u.ineaa-like and prosperous
Th* doctor showed the party bis
owi, while not a standard breed,
are good animal, and giv* gallon* of
rich milk every day. HI. herd la a
•mall one at present but be mean,
to add to H from time to time. Th#
bog* ar* of good stock al.o, and tji#
chickens arc of various breed..
It la Doctor Hlghsmith’a intention
to raise rattle principally. He doe.
not hope to get into it on a. large
n wale as h# western farmers, but
be le going Vo giv# the cattle raking
bu.iaeaa a decent trial Too it is
■robable that be will astabltih •
dalry--o«i a small scale at flret and
later Increasing its capacity.
Mr.. GoMMeW, HwUw to Virile,
Last Thu rad.; afternoon lira.
KI1U Goldstein entertained at a 8«
Patrick’e party in honor of Uia fol
lowing visitor, to Dann: Miae Mary
Anioa. of Fort Norfolk, Virginia;
MU« Erma Mlaon, of Oirleatoo,
Sooth Carolina; and Mi.. Frada
l*«ae». of Coldrimro. Au-llon
bridge Wea the game of the after
noon. lira. C. L. Wil.on won Aral
Jntee, a leather eeore pad. The ear
so la lien, a handeomely rrnbose.'
om homed deck of playing car da, weal
to Mra. E. T. Young. Pretty hand
ranred silver pirtnr- frame, were
presented to the honor guaetn.
The decoration, ware vary ecqii'
alta and tastefully Vniyengsd. The
drawing room, in which the can!
lablee were placed, waa adorned with
hot house Aowera. Tha card table.
wmrm adorned with violets, green car.
nation* end frrna. The score card*
uewl were very pretty, end had s
shamrock painted on each The fay.
or* were email green beta Ailed with
A Art eO'Jraa luncheon was
DRIED FRUITS, 1
FANCY CARES I
AND CANDIES. I
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O TION AND APPROVAL* IN O
O IT YOU WILE FIND FRESH O
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FRUIT STORE I
FARMERS NOTICE—WK HAVE
■bout IK) load* of rood atabla ma
nure for aale cheap for caah or oa
tlma Lana A Lao*.
WANTED-Hail, Banna*. Fncea rea
aooabU. Apply to Mr*. Uiliau
Vlnaon, or phoo* 148.
THE LITTLE FRUIT STORE ON
Railroad Street between poatofV*
and Wilaoo and Lao, will pay hlfh
aat caah price* for hotter and *cr*
SEVERAL DOZEN WTANDOTTR
Err*. RafiaUTod alack, far aal* at
11-iO par do.cn- A. D. WILSON,
Dunn, N. C
JOIN THE CHI
the First Ni
ly deposit will
ed back after
tion* from . Hooter.
In the dost,' j Off an
<*ch, tb* twa displayed
uhdr power* ». Him
Poole’s soprano Johnson's
contralto blended in thu
number, and were re
warded with applause.
“Annie Laurie," Tenting To
night," and "All the Night”
were seng tbe two young
ladies and these teatfliar num
bers appealed to las Gertrude
Jackson, on* of musicians,
aided at tbe piaa* ta savor el num
served. Prosen ices in the shape of
lhe shamrock were served to carry
out the color scheme.
Resides tb* honor guests, tb* fol
lowing war* present: Mesdsmea J.
Lloyd Wad*. John Kltagenld, Nat
Townsend, Jack Lsai J. T. Hick*.
Leslie Wilson, E. Young, R. L. God
win and, Isabelle Young.
One of the guests at the recant
Taft banquet, after partaking freely
of possum and Persia)moo beer; re
marked to tb* waiter:
"John, this ‘possum is going to my
The darkey replied.
“Yowoah, bo** a ‘Poesora always
woold hunt a boiler when you crowd
Among tha death* reported dur
ing the paat few day* are;
Mr. B. R. Waethreoh, who lived
■ovoral mil*, nit of Dana. Bo wa*
M year* of ag* and wa* a prornlnont
faraiar of that aactiea.
An infant ehild of Mr. Evandar
Godwin, who lira* in Mingo tow.
"Alp. Kan*peon county.
Mra. Digtna Smith, who wa* an
inmate of tha Stole Hoapitoi, at Mar
ganton. The funeral *ervtcas warn
conducted at Oodwta.
DR. t. T. GIBBS TO
BB HERB SUNDAY
I>r. I. T. Oibbt, providing alder of
the Fayetteville dletriet, will ho hero
neat Rondey aad Monday. B* will
pr^h at tha Methedtat Church at
both morning aad waning aurvtom.
On Monday morning at 10 o’clock
the Quarterly Don formica will ha
held. The pahiie gene* ally la iavitod
to hoar (r. Gibb* at the Sunday ear
rlcm. Bo la aa abta divine aad the
church go big pahiie wfll have tha op
Tkis conservative bank it within jour reach, at
Your account is invited and will be given
COME TO SEE US $1.<X> .tarts
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State Bank & Trust Co., I
Dunn and Angier, N. C. 1
A WISE JAPANESE PROVERB
The Japanese have a proverb: “A thousand miles begin with one ■■
etep.” Its meaning la an obvious that It la unnecessary for u* “to r 1
point tha moral and adorn tha tale,' except to suggaet tha ha sooner you k J
begin your efforts in the financial world amt die harder you work at ■■
It, that much sooner you will begin to reap the harvest. And K is a • 31
moat magnificent harvest. .
This bank Is owaed by home folks, who have poor interest at heart . ? J
ae thoroughly se they have tha matter of making money for themselves, hi
and will be only too glad to hare you “Take the first step” in that WE
rood which leads to financial auoeottand future happlnasa, with as. Lot ill
ua meat “with tha smile that don't wear of and a snare you that small si
as well as large aeoaats are appreciated. t J
Under strict State supervision. Ej|
The Bank of Cape Fear, H
. C.M. Trlgliman, PresUUnt T. V. Smith. Cmhigr .; • fl
. Dunn, North Carolina ‘ PI
Christmas Savings Club Opened Marc.
First National Bank, Dunn, W. Ci
Start now to mve money for Christ tom. Coats nothing to join. •
Ttm« in throe cIumi in this club, juat the uiu aa laat year a ait*
for •varybody. 25c, SOc and $1. pay meat cadi weak. The bank pay*
mtermt on these SAVINGS at the I at* of FOUR p«r cent if the pay
ments are kept up regularly. On I) ocember 14th. IBIS a check will be
mailed to you for the amount of you r wring* which read, you in good
tint for CHRISTMAS.
This is an easy way to mve money
VlkkEkS stay join the Club at any time this week, or joia neat
week by malmg two weeks payment at that time.
CaD at tbe hank and ask about U>» Club and you will be gladly fur
nished with fun information.
__ ' . ' • .
Miss Dewey Jonea celebrated her
seventeenth birthday anniversary
Tuesday evening in grand alyl*. At
the horn* of her father, Mr. Ed Joaea,
on Harnett Street she entertained a
lent n amber of bar friends on thi*
At S:ap the yoang people began
to arrive and were received by Mrs.
C. L. Gay, and. wer* served punch
by Mr, A1 Westbrook and Mias Annie
Wed*. After the guests had asstm
b!ed in the parlors, rook games wore
ployed and selections on the Plano
rendered by Mlaaaa Pauline Blaylock
and Ira Battle. The feature of the
evening was a vary unique contest,
which furnished much amusement
and merriment to all. A table waa
placed in the center of the group of
young folks, and upon tho table were
fourteen Afferent articles used in
the household. It was permitted to
■1*7 h> view one and a half minutes
and then removed. AD were given
panel! and paper upon which they
were to write what they had. seen.
Miee Mary Martin received tha prise
for guessing the highest number ot
articles correctly. Mr. John Ben
Hatcher gracefully presented the
prise. Toward the letter part of the
•vealng cream and cake ware atrv.
ed, and shortly afterwards tha roast i
mad* their departure voting Mlsi
Dewey aa an ideal boots«o.
Thoa* priuaat wore Misses lab
Smith, Pa alias Blaylock, Cllder
sleeve, Banal* Beseems, Paulina Has
**n, Minnie Gey, Iva Battle, Van
Bam**, Geneva Barnes, Orem Cheat
ham, Mary Martin, Annie Wad* am
■ve 0*1*; Messrs- A1 Westbrook
Craven lfeseU, Dick Taylor. Willi
MgahaWl. Peg an* Naylor, Lewi
Adley, John Ben Hatcher, J. D. Beg
gard, Jaa. Pope, A. C. Parker am
Parry Godwin. *
•VMCBXm TO TEX DtSPATd
MIm F«llb Crrtrnda Jachaoa
Pinna, Hirau; and Theory
I- C. Qiffard, N. A. Townaend,
CLIFFORD * TOWNSEND
OSIca on 2nd floor of Firat National
Bank. Prompt attention given to
FRANK UN T. DUPRES,
ATTORNEY- AT- LAW
ANGIES. N. C
Offiee la Gregory Bldg.
T. S DAEDSN
| Veterinary Phyaicaa, Enrgaan and
DAY, NO. 90. Night, No. 210
DR. W. LPEEBLES
1 69 yoare old with M yaara agnart
aaea treating Hornet, Malta or any
i other athatlt. Phooa I ML, day or
i night, all yoar patronage will bn ap
JACOB WEST RECEIVE?’ WAR
Tbo War Claim* bill, which pa**c<l
| both houtco of CoocTOSi In tW lorn
• I day* of tha wort mmIo.i, award*
I. a largo numbar of elalaaa to NaHb
. j Carolina ntltrn* and IratHctloa*.
I, Tha naa>* a# Jaaob Woa*, of HarruX
Connty, appaor* in tha liaL Ha wit
rocolvo Bit Thi* la fa* darnag*
iattetod bp fadaral troop* during tl
1 CItU War.
J. E. FLACK