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CRAMUtS 0? COMMERCE SMOK
HeswMay th* E.yAete at Hat Meet
The lien and the eeotiee eat down
tagathar Tuesday evening ,nt live
(Htambar at Commerce Smoker.
Everybody »it there, the merchant,
the banker, the profesrtbtfal man,
• the mechanic and the hma. Never
la the hutary at Dunn has there been
such a meeting. Fton* the beginning
the atmosphere at the gathering was
charged with A magnetic, spirit of
co-operation Old flames at jealousy
were quenched, part records were rl.
IMaratad, and a new era of greater
V*. program M*» pesaparUy was pro
claimed. Such a spirit ad khrmoAy
eel Hah elm man Idas at daAag thiogs
was-haajphg^-fhshehr feeds the Stir
- . dentine <4 t^ira dpiUl a»d $»wo
S •building. *. ,
The piece of Wn. wm "tka
maasanoth farAlture dstsbiishment of.
.the Sanaa-Holliday! C> ilwfuTs tbsi'
•> north sAda d bS Wai£S$W. O*
from part «i;tk|i
gerdrnttm, awri JuJgCC.. J. eflmith.
mrfaAgiyi W <Mda-tn W free
At BJO iMbmW Weam^lsd M
' order by Jud*» C. J. Sm% UAde .
• %'apMck he .
ty, Cwelbt toioWrisfly, educatlon
*Hy, amMr dvery other Way, Ha ■
.?. .aMaA^ mwaf Mb k a
djfcja »S.Me pyrt ip 0». ifro uildtag
ta^by myihft that aTtarMTiad »e
cured hie license he was a free lance
and was not tied to any community.
Aflar looking around a bit, he decid
ed that North Carolina waa the best
State and that Dunn was the b-:«t
town, and that, u a consequence, he
located here and that ha was he v
to do everything in his power to pa:
Dunn ia the front ranks. Hie re
marks were hesrviiy applauded.
lir. McD. Holliday was called upon
for a few remark*. He accepted the
compliment graciously and responded
bv saying that he wanted Dunn to I
catch the Atlanta spirit. Everybody
knows that Atlanta is the New York
of the South and that its co-operative
spirit was known all over the *->vn
try. In that city they ito thing, no
matter what the cost. Mr. HolK.iuy
stressed community spirit; he '.■edit
ed that men, regard!*** of oc upa
tion, must work together for ih*
common welfare. Ho brought ■ ut
the idea of a public building, a C"rjn
ber of eomraerte building, where the
eitisent might meet for the purpose
of discussing and carrying on the
work of Dnna’a upbuilding. He b.ud
ed Dunn by staling there was no bet
tor town and that the ritiasnship was
of the highest class. Ha closed by
aeking everybody for Iheir support
whether it be moral or financial.
Mr. Thoa. H. Webb, one of the vie
Itora from Delia, wan introduced and
made a abort talk on “Union.” He
cited the growth of Dunn end this
community since he came to this sec
tion. Ho said that this canto through
a spirit of co-operation, and for
greater growth there must be closer
co-operation. He paid a high com
pliment to the telephone aervice giv
en by the local exchange, end stated
that at all Umss they were prompt
and courteous; that the recent storm
had crippled service considsrabiy,
yet these people were fast getting
the service heck on Its normal foot
ing and that they ware to bo com
mended. "One of the greet things
far Dunn end Duke,” ha said, "would
be the building of a turnpike between
the two towns." Ho dwelt on good
roads, and staled that they helped
the farmer and helped the merchant.
Ha offered both his time and hta men
ay, and later in the meeting became
aa active end paying member of the
Attorney J. F. Wilson in e few re
marks atatod that he was glad that
the brains of the community was get
ting together, and that ha waa glad
that he was in a community whore
man were willing to put their beade
hands and purses together for the
Mr. 0. L. Cennady compared the
growth of the town with that of oth
er towns, end compered He else now
with He else Id years ago. He waa
pleased at the feet that steps were
being takes to better the tosrw and
..J* D- Kuall, superinendent
-cf fountr schools, talked about
•toola tad good roads. H« staled
that wb«o bs Cans to Donn 10 run
sgo^ha school buildings wars worth
ahoot 18 Ed snd there wars a numbed
or. so pupils, but now tha school prop,
erty arms worth **>,000 and that
at prasact GOO pupils wars anrolied.
Ha boosted tbs town and said that
thnrn was not anothat on* batter in
North Carolina, and that its growth
was not to bs compared arlth that of
other towns. Ha boosted good roads
loo. And ha wanted Kdwmids' rail
toad to costa to Dunn instead of go
Hr. C. M. TUghman spoke on good
r<*d»- Ho 9atod that t^o. tbambo:
of com marts mMt^madpe ration with
at^u an</addiml 'sMhtrltiss and that
tha o^jsijiaatiost expected to isours
tho«> to tha buQ^log ad-gsjei,
D...Bar«arkpoka on tha great
•W Dun k«d autos .
—i oaa of .tha pl©
H* rempsrsd torityeus U
- - ''toi ago wfcfe araiim cod
dKfchp. .Ha said thaV’kg© ekandrdt
of ttofckres .and Its affdMg to M
UdM'Xhaui wsth-rtr* coShtoftdable
tot to •tor was da **~c
of to haw splrtf'that rttiilfirifcji
•to*. • dai.:
Mr. R. G. Taylor mentioned Dunn'*
rood schools, churches, roads and Its
»*♦> type of citixenohlp. He said
’* was ylad to «o* that there was in
livldual awakening of each citisen.
d* admonished all not to benegligent
>f the community welfare and asked
•ach to bo ready tor Ssrric*.
Mayor G. K. Grantham dwelt on
ho new force* at work for the town's
welfare. Ha spoke of the town's
irilltant future, of the peat progress
ind improvements. He claimed that
Dunn could not be downed and thst
t* future growth was unquestioned.
Mr. E. F. Young spoke st length
>n the proposed county with Dunn a*
U capital. He pleaded co-operation
Slid unity in this community's efforts
to secure iL He said that there
were two thing* necessary to show
the legislature before it would con
sider th« establishment of a new
county. First, the new county must
territory cut off must be able to mu
lain itself. lie explained why he was
apposed to the establishment of the
new county two years ago, stating
that the time was not propitious. This
year, he said a re assessment, under
the new revenue and machnary act,
would enable the property holders and
Jarvis county advocates to sea that
all property be aaseaaed correctly.
The done, the old part of Harnett
would show that H was amply able
to sustain itself.
Mr. Thompson, of Fuqua y Spring*,
mnda a few remarks about the pro
gress of Dun*. >,aUs**
Others who made talks wore: F.
8. Cooper, O. P. Shell, S. J. Hooka,
J. W. Turnaga, T. C. Young, K. W.
Stallings, J. L. Hines, K. L. Howard,
J- 0. Goddard, J. E. Wilson, J. H.
Pope, O. U Denning, E. Goldstein, 8.
A. Parker, T. V. Bmlth, K. A. Stew
art, C. L. Guy, Nathan Johnson, E.
Many new members were added to
the already large membership.
THIRSTY ONUS AY COATS
The Anti-Jug Law which went In
to effect on April 1st, evidently
rought soma af the thirsty onss at
Coat* napping. The follow.ng from
Friday’s Fayetteville Observer ex
“last night the express office i
Coats, on the Durham and (Southern
Railroad, waa broken Into and robbed
of a good deal of liquor. All pack
ages of mors than one quart were
carried away, leaving all quart pack
Wa wonder If those robbers had
ordered that boose, and, finding that
they eoold not get It under the new
law, got under cover of darkness.
Such might be the case.”
Miss Kata Herring , of Raleigh,
•pent Eerier hare with her people.
InoBWoktipk* HvjuT ;
«frs *ed»in*UeadL Week M Can
«f Capa Pear Mi B*vwa ul Bar
**" >cV.»g • v
Waahmgton, A^STin-Natth Caro
lina will (ri a good y hoy af tha rival
aod harbor Imjnay lipjltopruftad hi a
lump nun by ConipwdiV/vrt War*
adjournai«nt according to flffdrao gf»
“ out bf uho.njir deportment today.
Except in o few caaa^ tha jrar depart
ment hit followed the bode* bill and
fUtoml aech aaounti aa waa eon
iained in that meaetire.
Th« .e^aie.a^edjlMO OhO for work
mi .Cff JW BW near -'^tthnuy
**» hit thla amount waa '«ct d<riwn
to Nhtform With the IIouM trill.
• Rrprracnutive Godwin did good
work for Um North Carolina project*
ond it U «M MbJUa effort. that aaeh
lyre amount* lire allowed far the
Cape Peer work.. Thi projected pad,
the aa»e«nto tUwwed by *4 war dw
PHilfcV'Pfr*' u follow* •.
' wStiheay Croat NovflaCt, Va -Cf
XJ"4*4 »400/)00^^cupp*r*o*r- I+V,
w B-N6; Shallow Bay hay.'
Elahlng Creak $1,000
Tar river* lUWk lM
C*"4**4*** «•*< $1,000; __
E* *>.«•»! thm and TIWM rivarj
iiZJMO-, Waterway frtgn w-^wli
toned to Beaufort tnbt *° Qua'
Zt ' E*roor y Wfr" miiii
pijUt; Hmw* RK«v N;l^CK
P*fcr xt --S
VAKRJB* IN D«Lj|.
Monday bi Qotfcuf to Uiaa IbJH.
>»* ¥ A,alar Mr. --r5n
aft Dunn on the Tiq^siu
ind two or three fiicmli. The pirtjr
ioumeyed to Durham and is the in
Ioumeyed to Ihirham and in the In
errai between trains Mr. Btephenam
ind Mias Deal were quietly married
Ihr party returned on the afternoon
•outhLound tram, and the bridal
-ouple journeyed un to Dunn, where
>ey will reside. j .
Mr. Stephenson is in the employ
of the Stephcns-Howand Company
md has charge of their bottling de
partment. Also he conducts a groe
►ry store on Last Broad Street. Ho
has boon a resident of Dunn einre
his birth twonly-flve years ago, and
in that time has made numerous
riicnds who are congratulating him
upon his acquisition of a better half.
The bride was one of the popular
young ladies of Angier und her many
friends In that section are extemUrg
i m t wishes.
ANCIRR COES TO CHAI'KL HILL
It given the Dispatch much plcsy
or* u> announce that representative!,
of Anger High School will journey
to Chapel Hill on Friday, April iHh,
tn contort for the Aycock Ucmornl
Cup. For Angier the triangular de
bating content, which occurred on
March 2f(h, wan not so disastrous
as reported in last week's Dispate
Besides winning ovor Dunn, the As
gier repro sente lives won the affirma
livo over Apex at Angier. In win
ring ovor loth of Its contestants,
the Angier school la proclaimed vic
tor in the preliminary. Thia paper
gladly makes correction and pub
HMves the follovrtng letter from Mr.
C. S Adams, chairman of th* Angist
Board of Trust cos:
April lot, 1016.
The Dunn Dispatch,
Dunn, N. C.
I Me in your paper that Angioi
loel to Apex la the debate on the
28th, ultimo. Thia is a mistake. An*
gier won the affirmative here sgainst
Apex. And won the negative
against Dunn at Dunn. Therefor*,
the Angier school will go to Chapel
Hill t« contest for the Memorial Cup.
C. H ADAMS,
Chm. Hoard of Trustees
llaelalaied Letters Remaining at Dm
PiwtoOre, Week finding April $.
1. Brockington, James
2. Cager. C. K.
8. Ferguson, Bdward
4. Ferguson, Edward
5. Ferguson, John*
8. Fettle, Arnca
7. Parker, W. H.
8. Porter, D. N.
0. Smith. Mrs. Lotretla.
10. Brown, hfiea Bonie
11. Davit, Mrs. Hattie
12 Cason, Mias R. E.
12 Godwin, Mr* B. J.
12 Jearkina, Mia* A. O.
12 Johnson. Miss Mini*.
ST-v- | M tc
,,„ *' the wind
M,'tt wttfc the
the wonder of It
continued te fell until B _
aloutL <’ ‘
Bnninecc men who exprted to fo
Ih'ourh the Saturday <V»h. were
bloe end all-out-of-eartn. They hor
n-nd around their etoru etoree and
talkod about the uncertainty of the
weather, and the lent bir (new that
came in the * prior, which occurred
■ omewhere in the ninntiea What
few farmern came to town ware ruee
inr and cialmtnr that the weather
would be their ruin; that the fruit
would be ruined and that early eropa
were done for. And there wan nooe
grouno ror pessimism. Ths Lateness
of the storm, and its ferocity, was
enough to get anybody’s goat almost
And it ptlt an tbs Raster attire
on Die blink. All ths beaux and
lelles, who were counting on blue
soming oat in their spring dads, wore
dismal faces. And all the folks who
had not bought thebe presented com
placont countenances and walked
around with “we should worry"
But this week finds the snow die
appearing end slash with m yet
Everybody is ready to extend a hear
ty welcome to gentle spring. And
If the sreather man artn be good
enough for a short time, the snasnn
of sunshine and Aowers will come
Superintendent BtgSeB was out
early Saturday witlr^^fSpfcitenU
looking over tho damage Tnd laying
plans to (ret things la shipshaps
Mr*fa>- He claim* that the loss will
amount t* one thousand dollars ap
proximately. Tho lights were out,
and the plant (hut down foe three or
four days. But the latter pert of the
week And* everything about normal.
The telephone peoplo ay that their
damages will run into the thousands
and that It will bo thirty days probe
Wy before full toll service wlU be
resumed. The local exchange has
beta working since the storm, but
hey are qperatlng under crippled
conditions and their aeixiee has not
heaa as satisfactory as usual.
Other damage done to the storm
Was to the roof of the Farmer* Ware
house. The weight of 11m uiow caaw* I
ed the overhead covering to cotlapte.
rhe damage wUI amount to several
thousands of dollara, but soon erork
men will be busy repairing it, and it
will mean no hindrance to the toliac-.
NEWS l'HOM DI KL
Duke. N. C, April 6—The Kobsua
Kook Club urn with Mn. E. S. Yar
brough Thursday afternoon of last
wuok, aad the meeting having been
postponed from Wednesday afternoon
oa account of snow. Thursday there
were only a few members present,
aad the only business transacted wu*
to appoint a commrUes to select a
now lot of books for the club. After
tbs business Mm. Yarbrough served
• salad course for lefreshmcnts.
Owing to the severe snow storm
Saturday the gams of ball to be
played between Duke and Buie's
Creek team, waa pot off and will'
probably be played this coming Sat
urday. This la twice that bad'
wsathar has prevented games this
year aad consequently there has not
boon s game played oa the diamond.
Forces ef hands art busy getting
the Metric light*, telephone linrs
aad telegraph lines bach into service,
which were tom dews by the saow
storm last Friday night Many poles
are ta be replaced aad it seems thr.t
all U* wires are down.
Tboreday night Mrs. E. 8. Yar
brough smarts ined the school teach
an and asm. ef their friends. Pie
twee.representing everyday exprea
beesi piansd -to the walls
■E those prstout fhofesghly *nj»—
•O the guessing coatast Foe re
freshments a salad oourso was serv
Mr. W. A. F.rwtn, secretary and
treasurer of Use Erwin Mills, with
the head arfco at Wect Durham, N.
C, has accepted an imrttatten to make
the commencement address at the
Duke Graded School. The addrej*
will he on Thursday night, April a*.
In addition to his genius and ability
as a manufacturer, Mr. Erwin has
became quite prominent as a lectu
rer and the people of Daks and com
munity look forward with a vast
deal of pleasure to his coming. The
remainder of the commencement ex
orcise will be Friday night, the *Oth.
to spite of the fact that the bad
weather kept the minister away Sun
day the Methodist congregation
raised two thirds of their mission
collection for the year. The collection
waa taken at Ok Sunday Behool hour
after it was found out that there
would be no preaching at the eleven
Mias Wlllln Cooper, who la attend
leg the Southern Conservator 4
Music at Durham, spent Easter at
heme with her peepta.
Mr. Arthur Pope, of Wake Forest
College, spent Easter at home with
Ms people. He states that the Wake
Forest Callage Glee Chib and orchaa
tra had a larger crowd at Dunn than
at any -other town while the organ!
ta'lon was on IU spring tour.
Auauxlaf tbe Organization of lU
Southland Farm & Real Estate Exchange,
Offices will be located in the New
First National Bank Building as soon
as ready for occupancy.
For immediate business see Mr. J.
Lloyd Wade. Watch for future an
" ■■ .. ■ , —
P. S. COOPER, Pr«s. imi Dinetw
B. O. TOWNSEND. Wy-Tr*.. .nd Ad*. M*r
i. LLOYD WADE. VJV« FUU M«r
Gnasypai, the Poisonous Substance ta
Cot teamed Meal.
Woat Raleigh, April 6. lUll—W,
A. Wither* am) V. E. Carruth af th#
Chemical Division of the North Caio
iifx Agricultural Kx;*oria>«i>t fiWtioii
hove succeeded in separating from
cotton sead kernel, a substance which
they bar* found to be poisonous In
rabbit* when fed to thorn mixed v.
corn meal or otherwise. Their ex
periments soorw to indicate that this
i» iho subsLunce which la th* cause
of lh* harmful results which ar* frv
qucutly obseived when cutumwci
mewl is f«d to swine in large urnotl'-;,]
and for lucig posiod* of time. The sub
stance u the coloring matter of the]
send and It makes up *oout 1 pur
tont of iU weight. By examining'
'dth a sn ail magnifying plats it ca.i
b« easily .son distributed througn
Thl* tub stance seems to lx Idoo
tical with the aubstaucu which
Mairhlcwski, * distinguished chrm
ist of Poland, saparatod from eruoi
cottonseed oil in lMsi, and to which!
he later assigned the uam« of Go**y
po). Marehlcwski was studying the.
meal not as a stock food but with ln»i
view of uamg it* coloring ingle ir !«i
the textile Industrie*, Msrchli >-d.j I
w*s so firmly convinced of th: vu)uc'
of Goasypol as a dyestuff that he *..d
his sssictants took out putor.Ls in
Germany and England.
Many chemists from ttwi> r0 tiaiv
have investigated the poisonous prop
•i‘ti*s of cotton seed meal and have
offered various explanations at it*
cause but none of thorn has boon gen
Until the work of WliWi and Car-’
ruth no daffaitc c hem leal compound
has tvar been separated from tbs eot
tonsood which by actual teat ha* beea
found to be poisonous ta animal*.
low numbers of Beware and of tha'
Experiment .Station Record contain |
reference, to this inecatigation. '
THE WAKE OF RASTER|
The Entire A (italic Seaboard Strewn
With (he Wreckage of Beau
Ms*; Veewale Laat
N«r Yog*. April A—New Yorkhra
enjoyed a aWi* Bam tabwy -for the
llmt time in many yeara. Despite
tJi* snow the annual Easter parade
look place, a bright warm son aidii-;
tboolands of men in clearing Fiftn
BveniM for the display. Unusually
large numbers of flower* were in cv* I
dene* and photographer* were busy I
snapping society in It* newest dices
Hours before daylight 30,000 men
wore lifting th* blanket of the 101
inches of snow that fell yesterday,
in one of the imwt furious storms
Special attention was paid to Fifth
avenue with the result that the san
est pared or* found it dean ami ready
Worshippers thronged the church-*
for the special Easier service*. Sper
ial service* took place in most edi
The weather bureau reported th it
the thaw was general over th* storm
whipped Atlantic Seaboard and than
railroad* were running their train*
according to schedule one* mere.
DOCTORS MUST RETORT
Many ProaecuUnna Under I hr Vital
"Th* Vital Statistics law must bo
respected." is the position taken by
the Deputy State Registrar who hat
jest returned from a trip over th*
cistern part of the State prosecut
ing doctor*, mid wive* and undertak
er* who have been delinquent in re
porting births and deaths to their
It SDMar* that In mi... ...IM_ Ik.
doctor!, npriwives and undertakers
hare gotten the impression that th>
registrars are to look them up and
got their reports. Similarly soma -ol
the registrars have objected to and
evan resigned (Heir office because
thay thought they had to follow of
the doctor*, midwivea and undrrtak
era and get report* of birth* am
death* from them. Now thi* I* *T
wrong. It is not th* local registrar'!
duty in any case to follow op th* dor
tors, mk I wives and undertakers o
even to **k them for report*. TV
law la very plain an this point am
the local registrars of the State hae
been advised a* lo their doty, a* har
atao the physicians, midwives and <m
Tha Vital Statistic* Department
recently employed a special arsis tar
to aid In making protacotlon* whet
grow er wilful neglect ha* bee
found In the matter of rrportte
births aad doath*. The law, to i
of any value to anyone, must be fn.l
enforced, etherwte, the records wi
be not only deficient but the stall
tie* will he wrong and actually mi
I leading and no on* wO! know bn
misleading or how far wrong tV
really are. I„ other word*, the thl
ty or fatty thousand dollar* at
apanl an thla matter win he wait
•V avia wore* plan wasted If the h
la not fully enforced— State Boa
'new corporation effects
TV* Routhluml Kara: and Real Xt
i tat* Exchange, Dunn* newest corpe
| mtion. edwin) a permanent Otgaul
| nation Monday. At th* ——tfrg of
! th* ifeaiv of Di-wcton* the fallowing
officer a woit elected: P> seldom :•«*
managing diraclor, Mr. Pratloa H.
i Wip*v, president of the hirst Nat
h>r-itl Rank, of Dunn; secretary, tr* to
urer and advertising manager, K-.
IS. 0. Town-w.ilJ, of th# State Hank
ant' Trust Coiupur.y; ric*-pra#Hent
urn* field manager. Ur. J. Uoyd Wote.
capitalist- Various detail* of hti.|.
tiers were ditcusM-d ijt this meeting
nnd plans a&aoe to nuke ihti one «f
tha largest concerns cf iu kind in
i he eutiro atni*.
The- corporal,on will buy, eal] and
develop funr. lands anywhere ir th*
Cu'ted ^States. It* ,ph*r* Js large
and almost unlimited. To prepaid y
Huyrtr* It offers ni.usual opport u :ii
ties for racurir.g iwel eetat* in an/
quantity ond of ary value, and In
any locality. It it backed by matt
with money- and In touch with nwm«r
oa* monied men whose capital runs
into th* millions. If buyer* are anx
inu# to anru:* mint peril rjinr prop
«ty that is nut or. the Hat of lha
corporation. It* official» will gel |»
for them. To property-sellers It of
fer* excellent op port uni ti«* to dia
pose of their holdings at th* high
est price* ar.il to the highest rtaseas
of buyers. Alrcedy it has many good
bantam* in real relate to offer to
peopt* who wish to in east in lands
that promise rick return*.
Along with rani nuts, the corpo
ration will handle securities, stocks,
bond* and building supplies, and it
will operate storage warehouses. At
present h will not go into thaaa
branch** until there Is grratar de
mand. and bntfiMxs condition* !»
Tbin corporation premiss* to to
on* that will fa# of vaal benefit to
Dunn and the surrounding section.
Already it has been in ewiMpoe
dmic* with cottou mill capitalists,
and is confident of intonating then
in the buildin of such n factory torn.
Been if the firm should do no mare,
this of Hsdf would prove Ha worth. _ .
Mat it doae mU atop at
It is going to continue to too* Doan,
and to work for it.
At the meeting Monday a goodly
ran was apprnpriotad by the directors
to advertise this section to the for
ends of tho earth. Advertising mat
ter of all descriptions will be scat
tered broadcast and will he sent to
aaen with money everywhere. This
literature win toll the people of tho
merit* of this sectloa, its many ad
vantages in the way of good schools,
good church#*, good land*, etc. It
will tell there of the mdgnifleant op
portunities that are lying dormant
waiting f*»r the hands or some cm- -
getic man with money to convert
them into storehouses ot wealth tor
themselves and for the cemmaaity.
Already their plan* are under the
<*f the heads of the leading rail
wav systems of the south and the**
men ore coming to Dunn to confer
with the officials of tho local corpora
titrn in regard to the large advert'*
ing campaign that the company is
going to inaugurate. And tho heads
of the different governmental depart
ment* of both the State and tho na
tion arc in ro-opereion with thil com
pany in their advertising campaign.
Thus the section will ba advertised
by experts to all the world.
Of course this organization was
organised and will be conducted for .
private gain, but, to make money, K
win fulfill the office of putting Du m
| and Eastern North Caroliia before
, more people than any other agency.
! The officials wlM >* glad to discus*
I with charnlwrx of commerce and
boosting organisations of this section
any 'mention that will moke for tho
hot Vermont and upbuilding of Har
: nett, Sampson, Johnston, Cumberland
or any other county in tho oast*it
portion of tlsr Old h'orth State. TU
company ran furnish almost any in
formation that can be daoirad and
will do so gladly.
The company will occupy quarters
on the fourth floor of tho now First
National Bank building. At pesasnt
they will have two or mere rooms,
’ but later they purpose taking error
1 the entire floor for their work,
' Prof. B. Bruit, a piano tenor who
■ ha* been coming to Uimhcrton for a
number of years and is well-known
hsrrabouts. enlisted In the British
• I army as a drummer boy when Just 14
*1 year* old. Bti'i in tho Boboion
’I Ian office yeetciUy morning rending
r it* arer news, Prof. gcull remarked
that hurt on years ago, March >1,
r| tars, ho 1 undos1 with the army at
"I Korfh, In tho Adriatic Ban, nenr tho
Hailsncllc*. from vhidi some of As
-| m*rt interesting now* of the war haa
'I com* recently. That waa daring the
*l| Crimes* war. Prof. Bruit served 11
r | J»nr* in tho army and Aon got Ms
*1 dlarhargn because the darters said
-|h# had heart Irnubla. TW yrnfeem
*1 »• *«« 74 years eld bat an ana weald
taka Mm to ha a day over late
btriis Rob^ion Un,