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THE DUNN DISPATCH.
Pu bliahnd Every WebteUr
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AprJ^rt? |tti et'*«'pateTnBte
*» Dwm. M. c, ante tea ate af
Kerch a, im
In xn artieb U> this low of Tho
Dlrrvtch Mr. K. L. Godwin. Chair
of tea Imidn Cnmmlttn im
Harnatt county «f tea National War
Saving* Committee, hna dulgnatad
Tec. day. Janaary Sind, aa tea day
oa which tea committee arm wd
to oryulM and got down to bateaaaa.
A meeting of tho Kncutivo rnmmH
too rnwo to ho hold Friday, January
4th. but an accsaat of tea nfumotj
had weather it waa thought hate to
poitpoaa It aatfl tea ahovo tkm
ad data, whan Mr. Godwin a to
have a fall ■■ an
Godwin haa arranged to have war
al proa inant apoahata prooont oa tela
•caaaian. among whoaa will ho Col
T. H. Friao. Stoto Diraetor for tela
work. Bon. B. W. Winteoa. B. D.
W. Connor and W. B. Tho
aoaetp. t.gateor with tho patriotic
npJrit which b oa aaaaifote fat oar
dtilMH. BflIBfM m Ua— ppiiml
Tho mooting win ho hoU in UBing
ton - hat pooplo front aB sactiono of
tho c maty may attend. Mr. Godwin
b mpoctaBy anteono to have ovary
■acmber of tho Bnecniloa lMtt
prevent and oa many mote pooplo m
Witt attend. Co-operation b neeee
aary to mako tea aCeit a rarrma
Tha Irani of a* whole country,
pablic u won ra prirts, by fora* of
tho ratio eel Mods at this crisis ars
subordinated aadadjaatedto tho grato
Liberty Lam. it——t-g *T ~r7~is is
• rather greet ladratrlas end all les
sor private financing asst ha aaral
dsrad||irhrarily ia relattea to tha
The aaeda of private internets, tha
a—ey necessities of tho hail. of
tho oratory at writ ae that of tho
Govennrat Itself ere aU rail, i l
by tho Boerototy of tha Tirasirj la
lira ef Liberty Less hah, aad tha
effect of tho iaeae of hsh oa aO
other .. «ad oil othra 1_
The ditto ref ora. M
h bo aeet belief sad
' trati^n, t, hafmfal, aad Secretary Me
Adoo ra nersasbse M Iraaad the fei
"The report that tha aost'iooae of
liberty Baade wffl bo
at 4 H per cent aad oa March 15,
1*1*. is wholly rafoaadod. I
I could aeako the patriotic
■tea of Aawrlea reaUao
on* aad hartM-te tha lattints of
K wiB be
wbBu. aO other
aow mmr bo dhnfwM.”
KMtjr thing* sight be Mid with w
the troth of the high character, ex
rwghry ritbemoUp aad noleee ipirit
°t aeartp rrery saa in the clergy of
the Beth* ft— church. A czseDer —— -
k— •* ft— ia weetera North Caw
Uaa coaferooco. bat aet aa tiimri
dorabte group, aright each be tether
deiMttbed ia «ach breeder aad high
er goaotalhis; ee to talaat, Re
thought, loaliwhlp. Aad ia reopeot ad
peep dahghtfal guebttee aad cartata
tteoUtaeU’lUT. Dr.Chee. W. Byrd
*•" that ha ha geao hraaowgits
men aad wosea wfl hot repeat
tha tWagf they awe acceatoaed to
oay of hha while yet ha ttred. It ia
■ot i case of the belated offering of
the fewer. of •*-* -' * ~g sd offw
Ueeoto TTtiia. whoa the roilpfaaf
ft* paeotd forever beyond the iafta
eace ef oech (triage.
t>r. Byrd peaaoaeed a eerpesbv ea
Be wee a aghelar ef
Wrrtal gMtoftg wee tie! (aariicto
ity fn wbieh he Ufa sw
Tier* waa ettoeadwH
ft pV / A . •
Tt*oc nruisMcu n un.
WmU Tn U Cnat? Tin fum
■■ff.il—, Far It b tha Staff Croat.
mm U Made Of.
tha tragic, la.
®* wartt kaa annahad tha Ufa of
aaary ganaration tinea k's own; but
his Ufa was a bag, dark day of suffer
Tha man wm Ladwi* >as Beotb
Ha wm ban la a h a'jb cottago
b Sana la tha year 1’, '6. Hia par
aau wart poor, bat U* is a Minor
Mattn. Tha parents . * aont grant
Maa barn bans poor.
Tragedy entered Ba» A. Ten’s Ilfs
aot by raaaoa of Us par-si's pa ratty
bwt because tfcay wars a.tarty Inca
pabb of sppmarMng tSa Ana —Mb
M»y gift that wm la tbt bay.
Hb father had no tVsght but to
oxpbit tha soak m nates! islant. At
tha ago of abvan bo was plnying la
theatre orahaatra aad c« -rr’ng bar
dans far too baanry fr.- Vo you—
* ho olden to boar.
Hb health waa poor: :h*r* wars
mb* to appreciate hb go* **: aad la
tha glory of kb yoaag *d. whan
bo WM jaat baginning to -.1* pow
er, his Ufa waa clouded by • o trrasaa
dlabb calamity. He bagas !o Iom hia
Think of it.
' A musician, dapaadoat og the ftaa
harmony of oonado for his socesM—
aad deaf at twenty- air.
Poverty-etriehen baler ad, batrayad
and Aon tad by the nephew for whom
he had sacrificed orarythiag, thb an.
conquerable —bit yet gar* to tha
wortd music that baa (taddsnad the
heart* of mitt*BS of mob aad eniaan
in ovary bad.
* hu uimm . i non an einni
(to mid). Bat I know that ia 0*7
heart Ood to mum to mo them to
•than. I approach Him without
fear; I hare always kaown Him
Neither am t annou* shout acy mu
ck. which no adverse fate wiU over
take, aad which will tree kirn who no
de ratando it from the misery which
Aad at another hate:
I want t» prove that whs soar acta
right aad aahly caa by that stone
No man aan read thaw words, ra
mctsbaring Baathorea'e Ufa. without
faaHag hie own soul earichod and
It is a eignidcaat thing that a laiga
prapertiea of tha great Kras of his
tory have bean conceived in suffering
and nartniad aa dfcappeiatmeat and
We think of Lincoln m tha groat
■taty toBer. Bat If yon wool!
know the real Lincoln, look at tha
deep Horn la hie foes.
Mspelean —a gamed «he woridl yak
ha almost never laaghed. Ha was
sever (tally well; never rose from
his bad feeling rested; he was so de
pressed a* a. young man that ha aa
riously eoatahfUUd ending klaUfa.
It was a famous writer who soldi
“What km keen wan written has beau
The lives of tha groat harem were
Uvea of long martyrdom." mys Bo
Mm Holland m the Ufa af Beethoven
ftnm which I hare quoted. "A tragic
deetiay willed their toah la be forced
oa the aarfl of physical and moral
grief, of mieery aad 01 health." '
Thera ie thia consolation to yea fat
your hour* of disappointment aad dia
trsos—that ruffering Ie the atnff out
of which trac groatnop grows.
Yield to K weakly, aad it will de
stroy you. Rise a conqueror off it,
aad by that act you become a finer
■pirlt, a greater man or were an.
"I. if I ho lifted ap, will draw aU
sma unto mo," Jms of Masareth.
•y "lifted up" ho peant “lifted
up on the cram"—crucified. Only
by hie Buffering and. death coaid ho
bocamo the Cam aad Saviour of the
Thera was so short cat, no easier
way to greatness sad glory for Him
sod there wifi never he for say maa.
—Bruce Barton in Beery Week.
Cincinnati, O., Doc. Bt.—A hoard
id dollar k a stacker aad a dollar
SWat for aa aaaereamry thing k aa
'•By of the enemy," Frank A. Von
lerlip, national diraator of the war
The State Journal
* CmwLfew U/a
AALEWH, N. a
OWto ltom OuiMm WmUt
NWrtit M the km -igtm
«*»!«« ALOO far ail MaatkL
pTana.^ Vigitaea, Ckaa^laetntctire,
Bama Greta and ah. for th* Bs*y Maa.
h* ebon poor vn daki and year ova
Un Yea need k. ■ yea da net read
A. ft* aha tnawiMag natty math
wUa la tha political. aad
adnrarinaat Mia e< yarn Stem Theet
■onlhi trial nhaarlptlan. JS one
Sample copy hr*. j
ancjm bank declares
Angiar, January 8th.
Tha dJreetora of Dm Angiar Bank
A Tiaet Co., it their nnnnnl malting
today, declared a 10 par cant divid
end to the Stockholder* and carried
over to undivided profita to par cant
After peing a 10 par cant dividend
their atock k now worth AllA.OO par
ahara. Tha aaeatln* waa cnthutlaatlc
in pralee of the management and to
elected the present oflcer* which are
aa follows: President. P. B. Cooper,
Dorm, N. C.; VUs-Preaidant, W. H.
Gregory, Angler, N. C.; 1. E. WU
liama, Vtos-Ptooidant and Caahiar.
Tha dltocton are P. A Caspar, J. A.
Bockaday. W. B. Gregory, W. H.
Etsphanaoa aad J. E. TTill uma
tn one of tho first sddtemo» of a two.
work's rpcsktjig tour of the Middle
Wort and South. Ho urged purchase '
of war saving* stamps aad certificates 1
for the double patpoto of directly as
sisting tbs governmsnt to finance tho
war aad economising on materials 1
aad energy devoted to producing now
•a* on tick. “To hoard a dollar is to ‘
■—ho of it aa idle dollar an *aem- 1
ployed dollar," said Mr. Vaadertlp. '▲ 1
dollar that la act at work to almost 1
as truly a drain upon society as an 1
idle man, aad la the time of this <
crisis when the world urgently needs 1
every dollar, a hoarded dollar to a 1
Wen. Then Ihton
“There to something worse than a 1
slacker though. A slacker to only e 1
negative quantity. But a dollar spent 1
for aa unniremary thing today ha- 1
comae an ally of the enemy. It to 1
a traitor dollar hoeaaae tho labor of 1
moo aad wetasn to employed need- 1
lernly to make useless things, when 1
the government needs that labor to 1
make things that are smsntlsl for 1
we must see that tho doOar^qpsat 1
to our country, a menace la this 1
world fight for freedom. *
“It to for every person to stop and 1
consider, before spending each dollar *
into which paa ef the eeala they will 1
throw H. Will they bur the sbiums *
mut thing* and by tha weight cart on
that aide pftheecala contributed to our
defeat, or wfll they refrain from the
naneceaeary pmrtmeee and put the
dollar into tha has da af tha govern
ment enabling K to png the thing*,
the weight of which will be a reel ‘
help toward, fietoryf Let every one *
picture that ecale in front af them '
when they are apendlng money.
Need, of th. *
It i. lmpoeeibia to pmduc. alTthe «
equipment a great army win waat in *
the ahortoat poaaible time onleae the ?
government ia amply (applied with f
“When you Ure a nan to produce 1
for you an unaoeoaaary article, yen
*IW competing with tha government .
for that mac‘a Ubor. By juat ao much ,
ro« are helping to make ineffective
ud more daagoroua the work tha
American aa idler baa to da. Too are *
paying to mako that ao Idler meffi
All official motion picture# on war *
tctivltlfe In the United State. bear E
*« name of the Commtttae on Public tl
Information, and are distributed only c
through the committee’. diviaional
headquarter, or by Bute coenclb of ?
Real Estate Loans
_ .No lea* *o4i«us waHtajr wIm you 4oal with us
Pntols«HnuJs«emi)fHllt^t,Ht. But will
—la —aBoc mm wksn patla oaaaX sss lam
f—mta Boy a tmt of Iaa4 aa4 pay sash. Too can
kay It eboapor kr 4sfn* so. Pot !Ua4 tho tract yea
*21tZ! £?iiL2r* W* “ tor you. *111
■••p you in ivif| wuy.
Benton Loan & Insurance Co.,
- Benson, N. C.
■*1^ /i• '• 5^ • ’V * "• *■ ?^v .
navioc qualified aa executrix <n
P- Pittman, deceased. lata o
•can, Harnett County, North Caro
• notice to hereby given to nl
• ■»»! holding claims against salt
'• nltbor individually or in hi
»n«nn of the Weekly Gside i
„nwiw. v, M.
■ • Dnnn, M. C., are diectod to preeea'
3*° f* undersigned Exo
and noises presented srfthii
'?,rcarfr— paMUmtlon hereof, thl
notice w01 be plended to her of r*
rojwy upon mack claim AH person
indebted to said deceased am request
ed to, make !■—-»-»- payment.
D***- N. C_ December 1| 1«17
___ .WT B PITTMAN.
Executrix of J. P. Pittman. -I—fn-rd
CLIFFORD A TOWNSEND.
Notice to hereby given that or
Monday, February », 1818 at 12 o’
clock M. to front of the Mnakipe:
Building the Town will offer for sak
at public auction, to the highest bid
der for cash the stables belonging to
Town purchased from K. L Howard
et the earns time and ptoca the Town
will rent said property at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash.
Baid bids will be made t object to the
approval of the Board of Commiasion
ira which Board wHl consider said
bide and decide whether it will e.l>
■ale of or rent said property.
Done by Order of the Board of
CVwannaloners of the Town of Dunn,
**• the 10th day of Jan., 1918.
J- W. TURNAQS,
Under authority of * judgment of
he Superior Cent of Harnett Conn
y to the'caae of J. T. Moore et el
t Alton Stewart ot tl pending be
fore the Clerk, the unde reigned Com
nteaiooere will expose ti> ale to the
ugboet bidder for cab on the prera
•a. at IS o’clock noon, on Friday,
February 1„ 1918, the following de
Adjoining the land* of L. Stewart,
tomes Parker and other*: Beginning
it a comer formerly a poet oak. Ju.
Itoo and mu North $0 Wat
10 linka to a comer formerly a poet
•k, Jas. Parker's comer; thence 8.
I * H chatn*. to a corner form
rriy L. Stewart's comer, thence N.
10 W. 4 chain* to a Make; thence N.
II W. 0 chains to a pine near high
eater mark of mill pood; thence with
■igh watermark of aid mill pond to
he run of Bold Branch; thence down
aid branch to L. Stewart’s center;
hence with L. Stewart’s line to about
f. 11 Earn 0 chains to hie comar;
hence with his Une 8. SO E. shout
> vo * *tu*a bis comer; thence
L 11 W. U chains to the beginning
onteinlng about lb scree morn or
Rocordod is poyk & No. t, page
The bidding on said property wilt
tart at (878.00 and 10 par cant of
he last and highest bid at mid sale
rill be Ttqulred to be deposited with
he undersigned Commissioners and
aid sale win ha made subject to the
onftrmation af the court.
This the 10th day of Jaa., 1818.
R L. GODWIN,
C. L. OUT, Commissioners.
Having quitted u administrator
f the estate at Chester A. Barnes,
sesssed, late of Hanett eounty, N.
L, this is to notify all persons hav
ig claims against the estate of mid
•censed to exhibit them to the un
cisigned at Coats, North Caroline^
B at before the 4th day of January,
919, or this notice will bo ploedod
i bar of their recovery. All persona
ideb ted to said estate will pUase
taho immediate payment.
This the 4th day of January, 1*18.
A. F. GRIMES, administrator of
fcaster A. Burses, deceased
. L Levinson, Attorney,
Costs, N. C.
NUTICE OF SALK.
Undo rand b* rlrtue of tbo power of
■uo contained la a certain dead of
«nu* executed by C. C. Bailor aad
wlf# to Claroaco J. Smith, Tmatoo.
eaJd deed of Croat being recorod In
Book No. ill, page 1<J |n office of
tho Kegioter of Deed* for Haraott
Pofauk hartag boon made la the
W-nt ef the note aecurod by
oftrnet, Dm aadoroigned
accordance wttb tho tonne deoeribed
*» •* tnut, tho following
doocrihed tract or parcel of land dt
oated la Aroraaboro- Townahto, near
tha town of Dana, la Harnett coun
tf tract ar parcel of land being
k«o»d aad deeerfbed aa fallow*:
>«■ U Htoak "E” to the plan
*•|tr»P*fty ** recorded In
bei^One (1), aad fire (6) In aald
TIME Of SALK—Friday If. M
TMa tbo f»th day of DecMaber.
CLAKEHCE /. SMITH,
NOTICE OF LAND SALE.
•? Ttrtoo a# the powow roatalaed I
* M necoted I
I The John A. McKay Mfg. Co., hum I
| (Incorporated) §
1 General Foundry, Machine and Meta] Work*. 1
moke, deal in, Rebuild and Repair all
kinds of machinery. We have one of the best plants
. class in the State. We carry in stock at all
a nice line of Steam Fittings and Mill Supplies
Shafting, Boiler, Tubes, Pulleys, Mandrels, Swing
,>aw Machines, etc. We carry constantly m stock
a large stock of the celebrated James Ohlen & Sons
Saws. Incerted and solid tooth, both Cut-off-and
See us for anything in Machinery or Machine work.
Orer Quarter Century of Knowing How
1 The John A. McKay Mfg. Company,
I_ Dunn, N. C.
I Announcement! I
We take this method of announcing to the public of
Dunn and this community that we have purchased from
the. Johnson-Denning Company their entire stock of gro
ceries and the good will of their business. We already
have assumed the management of the business and are now
ready to serve the patrons of the former concern and our
mends. It is our intention to carry a complete line of
heavy and fancy groceries, the freshest and beat money can
buy, and accommodate our customers in every way possi
ble consistent with sound business methods. Our store is
situated at I I 9 E. Broad street, between the Barnes & Hol
liday Co., and the Fleishman Bros, stores, where we will be
pleased to have our friends cAll on us.
Assuring the customers of the former company that
w^ will appreciate a continuation of then business, and so
liciting a portion of the business of our friends, we. are,
Yours very truly
LMORGAN FROTHERS U
Perry Morgan Willie Morgan 1
north 85 west 18 chain* to a (take
and pointer*, a comer of the Old Di
vlaion Hue, thence as that line north
4 1-t *a»t 15 chain* and 60 link* to
*, •'•b by a fence, thton a new d>
vUton line south 86 east is chain*
and 80 links to a stake and pointer*
In the original lino, thence with it
south 4 1-4 W. 16 chains and 60 link*
to the beginning, containing 25 acres,
being the same tract where Uie mort
WSyiJ bow reside and same conveyed
j*r.L Pop# by W. B. Pope and rife
E. Pop* by deed recorded in book
J- No. 6, page 21, Register's ofllce of
Cumberland county, which record 1*
referred to and made a part of this
TIMS OP Bi^LE—Saturday, Feb.
8. 1018 at 2 :00 P. M.
PLACE OF BALE—-Atlantic Coast
Lins depot, Dunn, N. C.
TERMS OP BALE—CASH.
HPT**' day of Docembsr
J. L. WADE,
■ALE OP LAND UNDER DEED OF
PvmStnt to the authority confer
red upon mo in • deed of trust cre
ated on tho 28th day of August. 191#
by C. C. Jannon, and wife, C. M. Jar
won, registered in Book of “Deeds of
Trust," Pago 1««, in tho often of tho
register of doeda of Hamott Connty,
end upon demand of tho holder of
Lho notes encored thereby, I, the troa
tae, therein named, will offer for mle
« pnMIe auction, to the highest bid
Isr, for cash, a csrtaln tract of land
located in Upper Little Hirer Town
*i», adjoining tho lands of Mrs. M.
M. McKay, and ethre, bounded as
Beginning at a comer of tho Jo not
McLean Innd (now Salmon! on the
last side of Duncan's Cask, and runs
Nth said Una N. L degrees SO” E.
I4.M chains Is a sinks in tho head of
> small branch; thanes as tho some
too 1147 abates to a tlaka la M.
(eBay's line of Specula lion lend;
hence as that line 8. #0 W. *0. chain*
• • Makes thenc. ft. to ft. n.00
koine bo a Maks to the edge of a hot- 1
sms the nee 8. •» E. 1I4S chain* to l
pine, a comer ef 100 aero Mr Loan .
utd in a Uce of T» acre lot of some •
end; thence 8. 1 W. 17 ckaina with <
bo Hne of 100 aero oa Duncan's i
koak to a small rad oak; tkaaco 8.
•H B. sroastog tho crook 11.00 i
htona to Urn beginning, containing i
VIRGINIA SCHOOL TEACHER TELLS WAY TO RELIEVE
For Thro* Or Four Ywara Suffered Himself Witi Indigestion.
Leek of Appetite, end Would Often Have Nervous, Diray,
Vomiting Spells After Breakfast.
TELLS HOW HE CURED HIMSELF
"1 wai suffering terribly from stomach trouble and indigestion. I had
suffered three or four years and after trying several patent iut dkines with
out getting relief I was greatly distressed. I lacked a good appetite and
after breakfast 1 would have vomiting spells and ditsy nervous attacks due
tu the condition of my stomach. After those yean of suffering Acid Iron
Mineral wo* recommended to mo as a great remedy for such troubles and I
was completely cured of indigestion and steknem after using two bottles. It
helped me when nothing elec would and I believe It will help others with the
some trouhlu* because I k- -v what It will do. It Is a great blood purifier
too.” declared Mr. F. G ‘ lieon, a school teacher at Van Dvfce. Va.
Jtacfters, proiwon, surgeons, hospitals, and people all ortr the
United State* daring the put thirty yun have praised tWa natural, highly
concentrated Iron In liquid form u put up under the Ferrodlne Chemical
Corp. trade mark "A-Ht." Thia trade mark la the user's guarantee* of
Quality sod full strength. It ia on bottlg and carton and'Add Iron Miner
al may only bo bought in origins) bottles.
Any man or woman, needing more strength, richer blood, and better di
rection aad appetite, can, by using this Iron, hope to ful an Immense im
provement in their general health Inside a couple of weeks. Being power
ful, economical end harmleu, ft maltu aa ideal tonic for seasons of the
year when tb» blood n-eda cleansing and one /cola run down. Get a IS
ounce bottle at yonr druggists. This large bottle of which a few drop* mir
ed with water and .-kaa after meals makoa a powerful dose Get a bottle
land conveyed by A. E. Rankin A
Co. to Mr*. M. L. Salmon, Mareb 14
TIME OP SALE: Tuaaday, Febru
ary 4, 1918, 1 o’clock V. M.
PLACE OF SALS: Courthouae
door, I.illtnyton, N. C.
TERMS OF SALS: CASH.
LUlinfton, N. C.
Thia th# 2nd day of January, 1818,
CHARLES ROSS. Truataa.
Notice ia hereby given te Ike prep
ay ewnen redding in the Town
>f Dunn whoee property abate open
IdewaUu recently pared that the ride,
ralk paring her been computed aad
bat tbe Town of Dean haa ascertain
'd tbe total caet thereof an*,tbet the
rown boa aaoeoaed the total roat there
f according to law and haa made oat
ia aseaaomrnt roil thereof giving the |
amee of poreoaa aooeaeed. the amouat i
ownaed againri them respectively 1
rith a brief dcorrlpticn af late ar par I
ate of lead iteawid. The (aid aa- i
Moment roll baa been deposited in
tbe office of the Clerk of the Town
for Inspection bp persons interested
and that a meeting ef the Board of
Commaekmert ef the Tewn of Donn
hoe boon called and Is cat for 7*0
o’clock P. M. on the 14th dap of Jan.
1918 In the Municipal Building of
tho Town for hoaring of ollogations
tod objections In reepect to said spe
cial ■—cement. Notice la kersbp
riren that at the said meeting the
Board of CenunMooert will sensid
ir making correctiona In rack mm
nent roll end will either confirm the
lame or aet K aside and provide far e
This December 81st 1817.
t. W. TUBXAGE.
C. C. Gllnartf, who hai lived la
laritbAeld for a nambor of jraatM, baa
noved back to Dunn and will aaka
Ma hii boaia. Wa are clad to bare
fr. Oiltlard aa a ottiaan of Daaa