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THE DUNN DISPATCH
Piihhihwl E ' IW^nmria'r
<•» at Dm. H. C, under the
. act at March & 187*.
L. RUBBER POPS. Pubdahar.
p—. K. c, iat? xa, i»ia
“Mat entrant to ito pntrona. Th
■ntnrinl will not am
>'!«•». Md it in ni4 that tht plan
•* »*• "Mdy to *ap»>r thn day am
night currant within M <toya; an
that* in ttttlo
ai Highway which aaciancto Dm
with Ua nedghhor to the north
“Croat White Way," Ulontood wit
olnetrtcity to light tow
«■» *kair way to tho Uraot tow
Lato ymr ami tfaa jaar Mora tkar
«aa aa argaataatkm tm Doom kaow
aathaCtrfeUacaa, ud ipoauim
mm af Dana—tka totaUgant at> a
Ifaaa Ian atwapa baaa appaada
***•! **T bara baaa rarjr tbankfi
far tfaa aark 4aoa bp tfaa tear*, aa.
•< at tfaaa ara atiU *~rr la tea
Ifaare ara aaajr tfaiaca wkteb ar
tt aat ba a |*ad ktaa to rrrtra tb
jmra ago I mw yoo. Too tat la a
boootifei auto. Mow I have daridod
to writ* yaa • oka Uttar and ask
you U My mo. Wo bora a littU
eouoto ia MuOboueaa. Alsace, who
wowt there to spend ho* racalioo She
f« M allowed to return. Her par
raoUr la La Halsey and ara
OMch warriad to know what bar be
taMa of their daughter. Wa are anz
Uaa to hare her come to Seitterland
and remain with ua until the War it
•*«. Mow, I said to Mjactf, if yea
older that Gretrhon Goetz be rent to
Win tar haul Switzerland, aha trill be
permitted to Imre. Please know that
' a cousin of Qretrken is fighting foe
yon ■ tho Rueoion front. If yoo
■ front my request I shall be glad le
r do an—thing for you. Yoa need only
i to Write and inform as what you
, would like. G re tehee lirct in Zlllit
. hetoieretreeei. 4t, Nalhauttn.
•*. 1—I tend hearty greeting* foi
. your birthday, that you oieywremius
. ia good health and that peat* will
i Wo are told that not long after thi
I tending of this lottor B reply was re
( ctired, socially informing the Swtai
l fhmily that, owiag to bar little
I friend's plea, Gretchen would be al
. lowed to return. Tho incident caoooi
, tho Atlanta Cooititotioa to wonder—
, “Whet different letter* other chil
i <**•■ whose Uvea have been blighted
. by the weeld-war might write to el
. the war-kings! Probably many suet
. hare burdened the Kaiser's mail
l the plaints of ho malms children—Uu
, waifs of the war-nmdel
I Stories from the battle-front tel
. if these children, who can not Aik
, the way to human hearts and home*
, There is one of s crippled Germai
soldier taking a hnle Belgian gtr
' beau with hhn. “I found her wan
r daring." he said. "She bas lost al
, her people, and I have no children.'
But the ehilren of the desolate*
| loads cannot plead their caosc wdl
kings, to tall of the want and tb
. woe the aalstry of millions of wsr'i
( Innocent victims. And these are th<
children of e kingdom greater that
, that of the kings of earth—the King
dam of Lore, end the light whid
t dees net shins upon the thrones a
kings that “offend even the least o
these Uttle ones.''—Literary Digest.
i Local tobacco Aue makers are rec
• calving a larger volume of order
I than for any previous season, am
. (rasa this fact one naturally eon
. dudes that the farmers surroundjni
I Dunn are doing their pert to wan
I making the presence of a large anar
I kat hare yoaelkli. The tobacco mar
. kat is important to Dunn—more s
, etw than aver before, because of. th
' wstsidits ltd, mattvm. sriQ. st^ sal
1 eusdhfff asm—and every citizen o
, the town should do his utmost t
, teahe tt the eaccese we ell wish It t
, >a. Of course the boUc of the woH
, of getting the market Armly estab
. Uahad naturally falls to the lot o
. those man who are to conduct th
, warehouses, but everybody shook
. help—because everybody will profi
t through Its success.
' knee pants league
• Through press of other buxinec
r the Dispatch very thoughtlessly ovei
- looked the inauguration of loagui
I league baseball in Dunn some tvn
I or three walks ago. It will, how
1 ever, endeavor to give justice to th<
I matter in future. The youngsten
• Who compees this league range Jr
1 age frees 10 to IS year, and in Um
1 sin games played to date have evt
' fenced keen knowledge of the sport
' «e well as marked playing ability
1 There are three dubs, all duly organ
1 teed under strict league rules, and
Herbert H. Taylor la the lingua pres
•dent The clubs are known as lh«
Tigers, the White Sox sad the Red
Sea, and their respective rating is (i
Club— Won Loot Pc
Tigers . 3 1 .780
White Sox . 3 2 .600
Red Sox . 1 3 .260
Only twe gnmes wore played last
week; one between White Sox end
Tiger*, the other between the former
and the Red Sox, White 8ox winning
Hr. KIHs Goidrtain. Um genial and
gopolar Pythian who prmidas oror
tha daotinioa of tho Cetdataln roa
PUT> haa joat roealvad from J. C.
Baird, grand chnnrattor of Ota grand
Indgl of tho North Carolina Pythlana
• docnmaait cammlaalaadng him dtp
rty grand ehancollor for diatrirt
aamhor aovoa. Tho diatrirt lacfwtaa
lodgao at Carthago, Sanford, Berman.
that, Oafco, PayottovtUa and Laim
ho» Brtdga; aad la ptartag Hr. GaM
•tota la thia Importaat pooitlon.
Ppthlaalam la aaoorad a«f a greaUr
grototh thaa haa pat atriit Ha pra
«pmo la thoao loamo. Mr. Baird
arrad* Mr. CoHotota a vary eotnpli
maotarp lot tar ha aerpaaintieg Mm
a*Ml tha appalatmial. aad say* that
ha laaha to Mm to da aama vary good
•"•ah for tha ardor Hi tho yaar now
Wat aad Wiae.
From Etbeims—ruined, deeoiated,
war-strickea Rheima—coma* tka first
hopeful want since tha last vintage.
Tka grent part nf ike wine producing
industry ,-.f the CKampagne district
stands f-rval to roport itself in
good, substantial, Sven highly favor
able condition of production of wine
for the present season. This may bo
cheering news to tha consumer, of
tka exhiliislmg product, and wha
may have been led to believe that
Mars hail ruthlessly intervened to
deprive them fur sn indefinite future
of their solace liquid solace. Con
sular reports put it that last winter'-,
frosts ware kindly disposed toward
. the vine in 16 of the principal wino
producing centers of that pstrt of
! Champagne; that is in the district
aot altogether under the scourge of
the contending armies. Thera has
been exceptionally favorable growing
weather plenty of sunshine, and few
storms, and vines have developed so
wall lhat the crop was two weeks
ahead of a normal year. • There On*y
have bean scarcity of labor—the call
to arms has taken much of the male
population in defense of country—
but the women of the districts have
responded tn the situation, and tab
boced diligently to bring tha crop to
a successful harvesting. What may
] he of special interest to consumers is
1 that the harvest promises to he “vary
rich in quantity and quality." Thus,
eves under the darkened pall of war,
with its overwhelming blight of de
vastation and death, there, comas the
cheering note of Nature's reaponae te
the attentive care of tbaea who have
carud for the vine that ministers to
the cheer of the world.—Wall Street
' I learn aa the years roll onward
l And luwve the past behind.
That much I have counted sorrow
But prove* that our Cod is land;
i That many a flower I longed for
Had u hidden thorn of pain,
i And many a rugged by path
Led to Held' of ripened grain.
The cloud* but cover the sunshine
1 They cannot banish the tun;
And the earth shinee out the brighter
When the weary rain Is done;
We must stand in the iespiwt shadow
To new the else rest tight,
! And often from wrong's own dwrkneer
Contes the very strength of right
| W* must live through the weary win
U we would value the spring;
And the woods moat be cold and si
Before the robins sing.
I v nets
, Before they could bod and bloom;
, And tbs sweetest and warmest sun
Comes after the atom and gloom
, So the heart from tha hardest trial
Gains the purest Jay of all,
Aad from lips that have tasted Bad
The sweetest songs will fall.
Kor as peace comes after suffering,
And love is reward of pain.
So aflar earth com* heaven
And out of our lota the gain.
M IM •
Beginning Friday night, the Bijou
' wi)) Iruiugui etc a naw policy. It ia
impoaitda to got tha magnificent new
Universal aerial, ’The Broken Cota, ’
featuring Francia Ford and Grace
Canard, be/ora the Brat of October,
and knowing thia picture to be far
superior to any now released, are will
not attempt to begin a new serial be
fore this one.
On Friday nights, a special fea
ture bill will ba presented, together
with orchestra music. Tha Mil this
areek is headed by the “Queen at the
Movie*.” charming Mary Fuller, who
ia starred in a tremendous iconic
product .on ■■ throe reel*, "For tha
Manor af the Ormiby’i." As so ad
ded attraction, tha Inimitable RIL
l-IE RITCHIE will ha presented in
rlhe funnicat picture yet shown at
the Bijou, “Poor Policy." We hon
ootly believe this to bo tha heat hill
yet presented nt the Bijou, and yao
know you have wan noma good ooee.
Starting neat Friday night? special
failure rideaeaa from the Paramount
Plcturoi Co. will ha ahoprn. Tha Par
amount la the moat widely known of
all tha feat are companies, their pic
tnraa hoing prodocad by Tha Famous
Player* Ca., Ja*aia leaky Ca., Dan
iel Prohman, Bnaworth Co., David
Balaaca. To our belief, thia ip tha
only town of thio •i«e IB this aactlow
af tha country, that kaa attempted
ta run Paramount peturea, and are
hope the lever* af good picture* will
avail lhatnoalva* of Urn opportunity
to aaa these features. Thera will ba
«w)y two shew a a sight, starting at
• :M and fill. All testa aril be re
eerrad far bath afcowa, and may ha
had at tha regular prime one areek
While aa yet, thia hi anly aa es
parioiant, wo hope there arill be
enoatfh interest Mi awn, to aambla aa
In run these eumllaat faatwraa every
Friday night, anUI are earn (tart tha
A vary large and praMa rotten
•talk, polled from dm farm at, Mr.
John Fltagarald, la being exhibited
at tha Bead A Grantham drag store.
Nome pit bumu ki.k t (•»>
• io.-ks la Iwhnj, *«.vn iiw. !l.
■an la-no an shcl.on oiileiW to u
aiil in Black Jtivci Townrhi'i. at I':
vial toiitur *0. polling plm-*
,lmi Uioivui, ti) Um lk.tr J of i;ov.'
y (c,muit«.ioi><Jts ol Harnett Cawii>>
or tho I nip..to of ~uiiOtittM.i; in t'
I'clUr Bond lube lor il>c p irpo>n «.
mplci ng the various rwuls of sui t
icwovl ip in mordanca with chaplet
427 of thn Public Local lavs IP IS,
under which net aaid elnrlion v«. or.!
tiered, at which, all thin* in favor oi
road bond* shall vote a hallot upon
which shall he the word* “Kor Bono
• ssue" and those against bond issue,
shall vote a ballot having upon it
the word* "Against Bond Issue."
Said electron to he held on the 7th
day of August, IB! &, in accoidsnce
with said above chapter 427 of the
Public Loml Laws, 1913, the name
being entitled “An act to improve
the roads in Harnett County und for
the issuing of bonds by the munly
anti the several townships therein”.
D. IL 8RNTEK,
Chairman of tho Board of Co. Com.
JOHN M. McLEOD,
Clare to Hoard.
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION
Notice U Mreby given that there
has been ordered by the Board at
County Coroausavot-eti of Uarnou
County, a new registration of the
voters of Black River Township, for
the purpose «f registration of those
wishing to vote in an sisetiou urourud
by add board to be held In said town
ship, Saturday, August flA. Ik to. fur
the purpose of voting ou « Twentv
ttva Thousand Dollar Bond Issue fo:
the Improvement of the public rouda
of said township; that K. D. Ovorby
was appointed-registrar in said order
aad that the. registration books will
be span at hitters in Angier, N. C,
oa and after loly *rd, tuib, for twen.
ly days for IBs registration of those
wishing to vote la said election.
This 7th day of June. mb.
U. H. odNTEK,
Chairman of the Board
of County Commissioners.
dark to Board.
THROUGH SLEEPING CARS
TO AND PROM ASHEVILLE
The Atlanta: Const Line, in con
uoction with the Southern Railway,
has inaugurated through Pullman
sleeping car' service from Florence tu
Asheville, Wehthound. sad Iron Aube
ville to Wikgoitue,. Easthound, tri
weekly, by the route sod us the days
and ‘ awn below:
Mondays, mdaye and Fridays
lv. Floiagj C..»:!0 P. to..
Lv. Suml l.H:3U P. M.
Ar. Cull>4 C._10.-SO 1*. M.
1:40 P. iki.
Lv. AwoevllJe «4. C..7:00 A. M.
tr. Columbia | 8. C.2:30 p. M.
v. JfL C..«;10 P. M.
Ar. Sumtacv g. C..5:60 I*, il.
, -Id C..7240 F. M.
Lv. FI are ace, 8. C..8:40 P. 34.
■ir. Wilmington N. C... li:;4o Night
“•utO connection may be fori.i
ed with the Asheville sleepers by us
ing lbs following schedules:
Lv. DUNN .3:48 p. g
Ar. Florence .7:36 p. jg.
Lv. Florence.g-36 P M
Ar DUNN .U:» P. M
Thee# cars ere run one way in the
day time to give passengers sn op
portunity to view the beauties of the
North Carolina mountain scenery.
far detailed schedul-1 and rammer
oxrnrston feres to Asheville and all
Western North Carolina resorts, ap
N. H. BIDDKLI, Ticket Agent,
Dunn, N. C.
W. J. CRAIG, T. C. WHITE.
Past. Trmt. Mgr. Gun. Pass Agt
Wilmington, N. C
THIS BEAtfTlFUL SILVER
(livt and .
J. E. BLACK
H/ Gee. P. MrK»r left T>Ml.y
"*|H br (lly Petal, Va, ■*«»» i,*
kaa xnvM a paaKloa w*»j la* D»
P«J*. P««l»> ^ I up ni|
Six more Prizes yet that
have not been called for.
Come at once and try
Your Keys. You may have
the Lucky Ones.
Barnes & Holliday Co.
Dunn, - - North Carolina
* I j
OC Round Trip
The A Maill ic u- .
ivducetl excursion fairs f»i»m nil
l**hU on its line to rnnrly nil tipu
linat.iv.is within & ttilmi <ii ujt|»<o«
m*aloly «>a0 miW from sturin)£ i-oi.il
i Tkkeis will no «iU: for ua» oa the
going trip on nit vran<» of a'uiy .flu,
Ith arwl alh, limiuru reluming It)
teach ii«stn.:«tion |»i tor lo 11.1..11 (fhl
of July Mn, lOit».
tor fuiv*, ichcil.ulr:*, ticket, otc,
N. 11. HIUUfcLL,
. Dunn, N <’.
W. i. 1 -rile, T. C. V. him.
P. T. M. O. T. A.
'A ii alaeum. M. C.
NOTIOK OP £X£CuTION SALls
North Carol.io., iiAinott Cuueity;
C. T. Jtilineor., J. I*. Johnson nmiJ N.
M. JulmAiNi, Tia.liiu? as, 4uhiism
I Lr*lhers, VS. H 0. VwUi iaaay.
3y virtuo 01 tl*e execution nircct
Of| to the ondi rsigruii fi n the S'J
fV i ini i*jurt ul llarncit roijt.iy in tho
nuovc OJitilh\l ad .'M, I will, of) M- tr
«l'iy th* 2wJ day of Aufront, At
-12 o'c'.o^k Ml-, aI '.Ns t.4iurt House
L>ooi of huiu county. h%1I u* liu- hiu.li
cst b»<l«k-t fur chd'Uk, to aatiaiy the
saul execution, all the light, li|i«
aod itiUro i which tin* fcunJ II. ft
(‘•anMiliy, tho deforciant, hus in the
following u«*Acr'iiMr<J ixhi Ci»unfcc, to
Adjoining thi* Lari..« of II. F. Me
ld***, J. H. I'WtOf, Ais! other*, it t*o
<*»g the fn A'. p.o »»f the R. in. <ta»
n&*law, Sr., k.m-j nod totng oil tho
North side of Jun.p\.r lir^in
niug ut h ai d jiir>o pointers
III*.'. Tori'* corner in McIa^mI’* lino,
am! ror»A thonoo a/fail's lin« H. I1f
N. 17 chmiiH to a ntulc And uoinCer*;
j thonco f>Uih 41 Went f.juj chums t*
a t-u*k« uiit« pine stump p*i|nUu»;
I hence Norik tl) W. JH.12 churn* tu
a Mlakv in McIuxmI a line; thence h.
1*0 L. b in) «Iuoiim U> the lx*yir ninr.
containing iwelv sf \V.) cmrci, .nor* or
ThL the MOth <ln\ of June, Iftlf*.
J. M. RYTtD. SherUI
Ry A. P. SlliN-K'l, Deputy hhcrifl
ThU section's wheat cron evident
ly ha. not Iwen overt-Hlinu-uxl. torn.
P. I'npo, owiu-r of one of tho thresh
in* machine*. inform, tho Dispatch
that hi* mar hi no hart turned out 9r
Vdt both.13 of .he golden grain op
to fi o’clock ywterrlny, and that he
•till has on lor. rufIMvnt to tkoep
hi* men ho*y for several day* The
•fimntity threshed l.y this machine ia
perhapa, a fourth of in, local quan
tity Ihro.hod to dale. There are dx
or seven other machine. In the local
ity, hat their rapacities are not quit*
espial to that of Mr. Pope.
Ikiputy Sheriff J. H Pope is la
mootin* the Inn of Sam Mr Craig. a
much w srted man. Who, several days
o*n. wandered down wroth arid came
hack with a t.wnlr full of the ardent
l-ever.qe so murk in demand since
the qnart law hc*an to he enforrrvl.
drptMy had the tern Jail whore
he wsnt^i him last Saturday—saw
him, throw** the wtndew of hie lit-1
>«« **»t be<4o«mnn«tto_ 1
Good pnntmj ii better than duap cn|ram>t. apaUs far
harcourt & CO.
__W>U1*VU,LE, KY,LLSA. 5
THEIR, WORK B TH6 ^STANDARD*
t'OUSAMKLASL. HTYrXS, ANII KRICtt*. SkllTIIK !
Pope Printing Company
are shown to the best advantage
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It t* lad of Uaalal HawlaM Suntaaia a*
wall aa lnM**atfa>« Stone*. I'eeitiea Nawe car
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Dunn, North Caroline
It# chanty down by Goddard’, mil).
ml'«ck Om trank and taka aavaral
fivn-rallon Jnya from U. Wb.U Ram
amt jayarlimy tba ttoff Mr. Pop* aa
t*r*d tit* kmm and pulled Hi* pint
upon Otoe# preeent Kara ran, while
tw* other raoni w*r* bni| held ,n
front of the oAoar'i Weapon