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THE DUNN DISPATCH
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—If Ml imlm la «mmB| mod
■■MW A aaa who baa baas ten*
Mb caa peay far aa batter fata tbaa
U be baav. If be la feed far aar**-'”
ba to Made artariy wretched by 1
aotbiac to da.
Hath ally la aaalad oa thoea wb<
eaab bead. Hard werh b eot a cam
bat a daaaelHbt btaaaiaa. The work
■aa aa ba daoaiepe MUR and artaaae h
Ma craft a eeaatfee jay la bia beUa
aad bia da<M that la a eaprewe actio
He bade aaw powere that be did
eot kaow be had. The aid eapaeltiei
of which ba «w aware are expanded
aad talMialdad Ha laaraa to do bj
dMaa Ha eeaataatly earyriaM Kin
■Hay aa arhlrreacat of wbkh be
Ml talV It VM cftBtblle
We bore all aaeefthe yeathfal pilcria
aa the way of Ufa who had not foaad
hhaaett. Ha Mad aaay.thiaca aad.i*
awt parbaua attained a deader pro
bdeaay. Hat net bine carte aeeaaed
to aart bfaa. Ba aeaeaed la damper ol
ectiaadarlac bia gtfta br dfoabe. He
— •» —> -W.a_ ■ - - at 1VU-cilia—
Than ooddmly to cum pm to
trtM boat—to found tha thing Im
cnM do to piththr tafil pur
ka hi frtMfuimi]
tto dtoUiafal, doabtfu
i horaan tto —dnlM, ol
concentration. HU oh
I flxsd and hU warn wai
for It. Bach day to made
toward tto oad ia ton. H<
at loot tha yraiias far whkt
to — fd into tha wand, and to wai
(St a —a U ansiac an tto rat
ration to has hi—elf meerrrd. Hu
uuph |g a stirring ahjart hmo
inpi—lllM rntoao up > tain ol
kaow, whooo (mm to too aomr ssec
■ Up organ: “Bo crirr— ■ privmtlot
—4 fhnPpgiMi I cna do the
—to. Ba workod wton to did no<
foot likn it. Than ia no rtuoi whj
I ahatdd aad coot oat tho airrUs ol
doth and nHd oooo. oron as to ox
/’ _ 1»
• aloao la tho world, wi
■a»i ml: hat aloaoaaas U oao «
tha topowftniH.i Wa aarar lira ti
Than b alwaya a daw
on. aad wa am hooad not to d»
yaiat tto a apse tort— Wa know no
what tha daad af tha —wont. W
Mir kaow that wa —at labor whit
U atiO b day, for tha mica not of cat
bat of all.
WHY MSN PAIL TO RISE ABOV1
THE DEAD LEVEL OP
(This ortida was written for th
Haw Bra, yabtUhod at the Uaito
lltona —- -it-- »i-W f-- -n
WWEI rgBfVVaUI||| InBrtUw 01 Ul
tenure sold: “If a —a does no
know to what part to is starring, o
" tho grant ana sf llfa, so wind is err
That hH of philosophy was ss trn
so Oaopol oao sand red years ago an
k k Jast ao trao today.
an yoa hitting ■
T Or am yo
of tha shorn Co of a Sxc
gasp— la Ufa, fsw —a rise ahor
tho^dnljorol of msdoertty.
of ftxad parpooo th<
dependent open friends relatives er
C*Wh«r« rill jm stand financially I
nt that age? Win yoa be among the
(We wealthy men er the dee > import- <
lag themselves by work or will van
be ana of the fifty-tear dependant
upon friend* or charity!
hUty-flye may seenf a long way
o0, bet now ia the time to think
a beat it—bow ti the time to lay year
plena for the fature.
And the only way yoa can bant
these statistic* is to make yoareaif
personally efficient. It U the only
war yoa ean fortify yourself against
failure in year declining yean. It
is the only way yoa can become oae
of the five anecassful men instead of
oae of the fifty-four failures.
The great crime of today ia per
sonal Inefficiency, and ninety-fiee bmb
out of every hundred are paying the
price. The last hundred years hare
seen tbs moot tremendous deeulttp
meata along mechanical lines ia the
history of human kind—the last tan
yean have scan the ksglnnlsg of aa
equally greatupheaval la the efficiency
of man himself. And a few years
hence the ordinary man of today will
be as much oat of data without per
sonal efficiency aa Fulton’s steamboat.
It has been calculated that at least
seventy men out of a hundred are
in the wrong job—that most mea
only utilise a small part of their
ability and that few men are more
than twenty-five par cant efficient.
Three million people In the country
are always on the sick list; the num
ber of preventable deaths in a year
is 630.(MM): the s an sal waste from
oreventabla death end disease il 61,
During 1616. twenty-two thousand
business houses went to the wall, and
practically every one of them fail
ures could have been prevented.
There ia n definite reason for fail
ure, just as thee* Is a definite reason
for success. Neither just happens.
Inefficiency is responsible for the one
—Efficiency for the other. The man
who succeeds does so hocaoao he
knows something that the other
imow oom not. no. mows uni suc
cess U not secret—that it is baaed
•a fundamental principles which can
be learned as easily as yea once learn
ed the multiplication table. The in
, sAeient man does not know this and
I he blindly gropes his way along the
tortaout path of inefficiency to ulti
That asplains the reason why thou
sands of men remain In the rat.
Years arc fleeting. Time is pre
cious Odd mom ants should not be
wasted. To neglect opportunity now
is bat to repeat Inter.
Young men of this restitution have
access to a splendid eight school now
ia mmiea. Through this channel, ae
a mesas, you can choose your line
aad apply yourselves. Aad whan tbs
door of tho world is again opened
to you, be ready w taco '* in an
bon -«t aad efficient manner The
world will meet you with a glad wel
come.—W H. Gibbons, Parole Officer,
Kansas City. Mo.
SOMETHING OF INTEREST CON
CERNING THE HIGHWAY
FROM DUNN TO
| Mr. Editor;—
I am plan aad to 1st the people knew,
i aad especially these who contributed
t te thg sateteg of funds which te
i gel a highway from Beaman’s X
Roads la Sampson county, to ou
i thriving city.
r Bom# four months ago the propod
, tion was put to the writer, and
| through the efforts aad the done en
i giaecring of a mien did number of
p people in Upper Seal peon, aad ia tbs
. town of Dunn, the Sampson county
I Road Board, agreed te build oa ■
, highway connecting the town wttk
, Clinton. The people give liberally
f aad a sum of $2,000 was raised, about
$<00 of which was paid by our town’i
This project did sot thrive as we
I thought best, but by the untiring ef
forts of the writer, I am advised today
that the board through its attorney
Maj. Geo. E. Butler, has completed
; the work of the board to the extent
1 that the highway becomes ope el
• oven greater Interest aa the highway
now begins nt Stephen's Bridge, 4
1 Sites from Clinton, and comes direct
1 .0 Dunn via the proposed route ai
r nentionad in the petition (lied witl
Sc road board of Sampson.
\ I am edvi.wd that Maj. Butler hsi
1 get ten a very much needed fund fron
'.he State, aad an amount from tlu
1 Federal pub'ie road aid, that we m
1 longer fear that our efforts te gut
this highway, are In vain, but hav<
1 i»<-n crowned with success. A favor
* sble reply from Mr. Page, so I an
. .. formed assures us that not only
' will this highway connect Dunn am
1 Clinton, but an the ether hand I
- will connect Raleigh and Wilmington
f making it n greater satisfaction to thi
, people who live either ia Dunn ei
I Clinton. The people gave liberal]]
steel aad other materials far brldgai
1 have been ordered, nod work wtl
* So lot’■got behind the read wogoi
• and •PUSH."
1 J. P. WILSON.
DIARRHEAL DISEASES OP CHJL
DEEM WIDESPREAD IN ST ATI
NOT CAUSED BY INPLUENZJ
Tha diarrheal dlaeaaee of children
»aiMnly known aa aeanter bo we
ecmp'aiata, art being reported Iron
away aectieno of North Carolina. TW
State B«aH af Health eta tea the
rlaaa af dlaaaaaa la not caaeed hy In
floeaaa, aa la being commonly report
ed, aad that there la no direct eon
aoctlea between tha two Infection*
Infant diarrhea la on lafoeUeue die
moo aad la mated thie poor, an It hm
ahroya boon earned, by Improper feed
log aad laek of maltatlon a boot the
ban. Erroro of diet am aeaiaiy re
■ ana lb to for atortiag the ooodIHoo
which la a eertooo one aad kflle atom
than t«N bab’ea each year] a diet
cental niog too amah eager (proprie
tary foods, aa a ralo. taoa sader thia
elaaa) being the aaaat aaaal aaoaa.
Tec aaih togar apeote tha Wirt 4i
WUI*» treat aad piUgiio to tha
iMbatlaaa forme af diarrhea which am
iraaemMted by Sloa from open prtrtm
1 The State Beard of Health wUm
, to ha pram tha feOewtog facta ahont
hrfaat dlarrhaa i
I It N la a laagorim tefaatlaaa
• *»««»* *
* BUSINESS LOCAL *
ABOUT JUNE MTU 1 EXPECT TO
opoa aa oSke is th« Pint National
Bank building for the prattle* of
medielae nod aurgery. P. A- Pe
tra*. M. D.
FOR SALE—COOK STOVE, PRAC
tleally now. Can nao with with 01
without watar. A bargain. Boo
Mm. J. W. Langley
FOR.STEAM, HOT WATER, VACU
uaa, hot air, or pip*lore Caloric
Pomace*, nao Doan Heat * Light
Co. 8. B. Stigh. Mgr., ButVei
POR SALE—SEVERAL NICE COWI
fruit to milk. F. 8. Cullom, Dunn.
FOR SALE—SINGER SEWING MA
chiao la good running condition
8eo Mr*. J W. Langley.
FOR SALE—SEVERAL NICE COWI
coming frank Jane and July. F. 8
CuBoa. Dunn, N. C.
MONEY IN AMOUNTS FROM M.
500.00 up to load oo improved torn
or farm property, oa long time
R. L. Godwin, Attorney, Dunn, N
WE HAVE A FEW TONS OF MUR]
ate of Potaah for aalo. Caah oi
credit. Johoaon Broo., Dunn, N. C
BEHN1NC PIANOS ARE CREATE!
to cxcoU. They do. That la wlq
they are the talk of tho country
Sold by Parrieh-Driror Co.
MIX MURIATE OP POTASH WITH
your aoda and notice the Increaai
la yield. 8oe Johnaon Brae, a1
oace for your aupply of potaah.
jDONT WAIT, DIG YOUR PIT NOR
nae*. 8avcs 50 par cast fuel bit)
i keeps waterpipas flew freexing. All
hm of Um seen la Dona abou
I Calorie. Wa have Joe* received i
car load Calorics. 8e* ft. B. gligh
Mgr Dana Hast A Light Co., Bat
I ler Bros, Store.
FOR SALE—A FEW TONS Ol
Muriels of Potash. Mixed wlU
■oda It will iacroaaa year yield. Be.
a* at oace fee year supply. Jobs
■on Bros., Dana, N. C.
JUST RECEIVED—A CAR LOAI
of mattreeaeu. Can now no poly yoi
with anything you want tn thi
line. Prices rang* from 94.04 fa
925.00. Butler Brea, Dunn, N. C
NOTICE.—MY SON, LeROY Me
Neill abost 17 yean of age, lef
ay premia** on the moralng o
May Slat, without my oeaaent o
authority. This ia to want any aai
all persona whomsoever front Mr
lag him or aiding sad Mu
bi any manner whatever. If m
they will he prosecuted to the ful
extent of the law. John McNeill
father of LaRoy McNeill, minor.
he will acreeu your perch, doom o
wtsdnwv oa dto rt uotfca. Ha cai
stake any tils. 8a* him befor
buying. Uader the Wader Tank.
HJYA “CALORIC" PIPELESS FUR
aac* new. Car load Just arrived
Bee B. B. Sigh. Dona Heat A Ugh
Co., Butler Brea. Store.
JUST RECEIVED A SOLID CAI
of Sod Coder shingles cut. at Vai
louver, British Columbia. Thee
■hlnglia average from 4 to 1
inches wide. N*. I quality i
97.14 per thousand. Boa as for hi
mediate delivery. Butler Brae
Doan, N. C.
FOR SALE—JERSEY MILCH CO*
See A. E. Robinson, PaV-on, N. <
BEFORE INSTALLING YOU!
electric light plant or water work
see Dunn float A Light Co., Buth
OR SAUL—I HAVE SKVERA
valuable farms for sal* la Harnei
county, located tn good n*
hoods, on good roads, i
good awritaU with goad
Gal, oa or address, R. L
Duma, N. &'__
1 WE BUY LIBERTY BONDS AT PA!
ia axchaaga for anything wo aa
or paymeata on notaa due la fa
of 1»1B. Parrish-Driver Co.
' POlT SALE—ONE BAY MAReT 91
1 years old. QenUe and has goo
and good M of borneoo geo Da
Moore at Newberry Broe. A Coe
SEVERAL SECOND HAND FORD
far aala. Saa Parrlah-Drirao Coo
FOR SALE—A SMALL FARM, ON
aad aaa half eeiiee from Doan. All
a alee poor aad three pood mile
wen, two fro* aad aaa palap dr
aad a alee drone of hope. WI
aoJI ail teaather. Will alaa aafl era
aad eaa pira pneeaariaei ad aay tiau
Tama: One-third cash, beUaace 1
aaa aad two yean. Far fqrthe
bvforaeation ae O. t Lao, Daai
N. a tt.
FOR SALE—ISO ACRES OF GOOI
tram laad adjoinlnp town of Eon
BOft, la Roberaa eoaaty. oa ami
lino A. C. L, railroad. A nal bai
■ala. Eaay tarmo. Addraaa Bo
If Iaorel Hin, N. C. S S St.
A MULE STRAYED FROM Ml
bf mo In Ccetx loot Satarday * Intel
Union aa to bar arbor oabeate wil
fenar# s**0- “*
Mice niBNUNID ROOM IN PM
rate family wanted by ycanp men
Addrma^Ooa. Brown, Bet M, Cm
Hooter isao ora ant, bat than 1
eUD a lot e# hat alr Utap epootel
ahaat Rm aaol eRnatlan.
Dtak Taptor and Chrla Jamba pm
aftajM ad Map dan hteMB*?
pm lata a am waald net baAor. them.
LKARN HOW TO LIOTON TO MUOIC AT TM« COMMUNITY
TM* MISSIS KILLER.
Tfc* Kisses Greco and Udli Keller are two charming young Americas
gtlts who are doing something moat unusual la musical courth nntrui. Coa
Tlacad that many people, who hatu never studied music caa enjoy It quits
at much as any musician. If they bat uuvteratund the aisauliig of It. thess
two talsctsd artists present a program oo the third day of the niuutauqua
which they espials so Interestingly that every on* says “I never krvrvr there
J was to nsach ta music." This program has bam presented before Inrve sodl
as re a and groups of music students throughout ths country who have found
( It a great laaplrattan la thulr walk.
CAUID Hu) FAULT
TO HOT BEDSIDE
i SUMBckDk, Say. Tom My. talk,
Aa la a WdL tbaag Van mi Praha. CarM Par
Ctty. To.—Mrs. Mary KJl
i aaa. of thlo than*. aura; -Altar the
' birth o# ay UUla |trl...my alda aom
. iwaneod to hart at 1 had to pa bade
1 to bad. wo eallad tt* doctor. H*
i treated b*.. .bat I pat no better. I
pot vara* and acne until tha talaary
waa aaboarabU.. .1 waa to bad tar
thrao month* and adhnt aoah apeoy
that I waa foot drawn ay In a kiot...
| I toM ay hmhaod tt b* would pat
ma a bottlo of Chrdul I would try tt...
[ 1 commenced utttap tt. bowaror. that
> aranlnc I oatlad my family about
tha batiar. Thai *u atx ran aca
aad I ia atilt hara aad as a waD,
■tiaac agaia. aad 1 owa aythh
Card at. t had eoiy takaa half tha
batti* vhao t baaaa to taat batiar.
Tba atlaary to toy alda cat lato... ]
eootiaoad rl#bt aa taktsd tha Card*
aatu I had takaa thraa hpulaa aad I
did aot aaad aay nora tar I warn wall
aad narar fait batiar la say Ufa... I
hara narar had aay traahla (Van that
day to thla1*
Da you auftto Croat *—itrif-. haak>
forth, each moathf Or do yoa ttol
traah. aarroaa aad faipt aatt tf aa,
■Ira Chrdal. tha wina^i toala. ■
trtol j. XX
* iyiANY ti“#* you’ve
• * A wi-hed it were up-to
I djte.de la, rpotleeely wbite
! Seikfy that dee ire, hutnll
i e new bubroom net*i We,
have the equipment, the
> eaperience end tbe rifki
men to make a food job of
it Yon can be eure of that.
1 The weak cea be done at
moderate coat aad tatthoef
tbe morn and fuae which
aoany think aeceeaery.
Aak *e to inheati on a
modem bathroom far your
homo, tuch ee the bean- *
tifnl Meddock fiatnraa
W. C KAMOY
DUNN. N. C.
| ’Not Medicine, Not
Surgery, Not Osteo
for orate or Chroalc
~DR. o. C. KLUOTT,
SS-IS-S4 Pint NatT But Bldg.
DUNN, N. 0.
Mondays' Tenders Wsdnosdey.
Mist Harriet Moore and Sergeant
Jack toed won amnrlad is Dana
Thanday evening, and last evening i
Sergeant Raad ami hi* bride, wbe h2
kept their amrriaga a aeeret, left ea
■ nerth bound trala for a honey an »n
tear, their where* boats a abaters la
Mr. Reed le from California. aad
has recently returned from inrun
where ho anti la the sunset division.
No eras severely weunttl la Bull,
aad came borne ahead ofhia dll Mia,
end waa sent to a hospital la Haiti
am, erhere ha mmalaed far taas
tt»*- Si use Ms release fram the bee
PRIVILEGE TAX NOW!
Notice is hereby given that all privilege or
license tax under Schedules B and C is due
! and must be paid on or before the first day
! of June. The following is the law:
Ucense must be kept posted at place where business is ;
carried on, and separate license is required for each 1
place of business. Severe penalties are provided for
I violating the revenue laws of the State, or for engaging
in any buaineaa for which license is required before pro
curing such license. The Sheriff is forbidden by Isw to
issue any license after July 1st without adding penalty
of twenty per cent, except as to new b.i.dness.
Penalty will apply aftef- July 1st.
Please pay up promptly. }
i W. H. TURLINGTON
Sheriff Harnett County
1 ■ - - — ■■ ■■ —~^
A BANK ACCOUNT
Teaches, Helps and Encourages You to “Get Ahead”
It abo^vee you the convenience of paying bills
by' checks—the simplest and best method as well
• ! ** the safest, as, you^ checl^U^its own receipt for
We Offer You
~ --olute security, co-operation and the most convenient
satisfactory system of handling your money.
| 3 MORE DAYS I
H Only ten word days, then we eloee our eel* Don't mlas
the chance but come while wt have the cootte marked low.
8pecial for Friday and Saturday, noted below:
Tablo oil clotha, white and fancy, 8Sc.
Window ahad**, white end green, 4Sc
811k Peplin aklrta, regular price <6 00, at 1111
Rood quality fin (ham. aala price, 12 I-2c
Bait qaulity Man* oeeralla Me up to f 1.08.
Ladle* Taffeta aklrta. Mack and atrlped, ft.»8
Coat SuHa, all wooL new style, bargain at flg.tO.
Illg aaaortment of tare 2 1-tc up to 10c.
Men and Lwdlea black and white boee only 10c.
We have many other thing* that we meat eloae eat at
vary low priese aa am expect to ehanga our stock after
S tMa aale and the few ileaae we have we most eloee oat ho
! coM, ae come and aae our display
Youra far baalasaa,
r^J be he# haam making hia hoaaa ottoevilla’* handaomaat young women.
la Fayattor Be. _^ Har affable manner, and attractive
Mm Heed la tha ascend daughter of personality hare endeared her to w
Mra. W. O. Clark, end la one of Fay- oryeno —Fayottevlfle Obaarvor 7th.