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HutH Print* It In Qrewaaboro to
day on business.
Hanry C. Lea hat accepted a posi
tion with W. C. Kanoy.
Cha . Row. of UUlngton, was a bus
in aw >. Isitor in Dona today.
B. '.V. Loa, of Uraithfield, was a
buaine * visitor in Dunn Thursday.
Will Barbu nr, of Four Oaks, wu a
buaine is visitor in Dunn this work.
Earl Hinson and Earl Maynard
spent Sunday in Clayton and Golds
boro. t I
Cap-.. Harry L. Be a ;'*>•. of Duka,
was a ruslnesa visitor in thr city this
Mr*. J. A. Morgan, of SmlthAald,
spent the weok-end here with rela
Ton-. Pate, of Washington, D. C,
is spa ding the week ho re with
Mia.- Caddie Purvis left Tueoday for
Durlu.-n where she will visit relative*
for a few days.
Mias Elizabeth Lamb, of Fayetu
villa. was hare this weak th* guest of
her sister, Mrs. J. R BuUar.
Mias Elisabeth Shall, after spending
a wcok her*, th* guest of Mias Laura
Shall, returned home Sunday.
Perry Jernigan, linotype operator
for The Dispatch, is spending his va
cation in Washington and Philadet
Miu Gladys Warren left Wednes
day morning for Oxford, where she
will enter Oxford College far the fall
Mr. and Mr* H. A. Parker have re
turned from a two its ska vacation
which thoy spent In the western part
of the state.
Mr*. Son Alien of North Emporia,
Va., is spending eaveral days in the
city the guest of her daughter, Mra
R. L. Warren.
Willard A. Jackson has returned to
Wilmington after spending eaveral
days hare with'hit parents, Mr. and
Mra W. 8. Jackson
J. C. Anthony, of LUlingtoa, coun
ty farm demonstrator, was here Tus*
dey on butinete with Mr. Odum, con
nected with the county fair.
Carl Ha ref oot bar accepted a posi
tion aa cotton buyer for the Marvin
Wade Co. H# will represent the above
named firm on the local cotton yard.
Haaacll Daniel, who has been
•pending th« summer at 8wannanoa,
near Asheville, returned home ‘-t*
■iglit, and will spend the winter in
The local telephone exchange has
win and Clan Pope, and KennU
Howard, U K. Denning, Edward Lee
•nd Paul Newberry spent Sunday in
Kanly the puli of Hiss Inez sad
Hr. and Mrs. MltdhsU, of Vlrginl,
ore making U>»lr horn, in Dunn for
several weeks. Mr. Mitchell is fore
mso of tbs workmen who are work
ing on the .Western Union )in« be
tw.-en Dunn end Fayetteville.
Miss Mary Sebtt Tucker was hers
Sunday, and was the rueet of the
Wsalcy BIM, Cl zee Sunday morning
st the Methodist church. This elase
is supporting Mies Tucker as a pupil
■t the Greensboro College for Wo
Evangelist H. Gordon Bennett be
gan a meeting in Four Oaks in the
schorl nfdlterlum Thursday evening,
September nth. The public la cor
dlally Invited. Mr. Bcnentt Is an elo
quent and entertaining speaker. Yon
will enjoy th, services.
Dr. G. C. Elliott, chiropractor,
•pent the ft ret three days of th« week
in I ha city. Ha will be in his office
in First National Bank building, the
**** three days of each week, from
now on, where he will he glad to see
those needing his aevieea.
Several balm of cotton are being
sold on the Dunn market ifettly. The
farmers nr* not rushing their cotton
to market, because Ola present price
is toe low, but moat of them are sell
ing some. Thera dose not seam to be
much demand for the staple Joel at
in* premium I lets of the Hemett
County Agricultural Farr Aeeociatlon
nra bain* handed out thla wank by Mr.
Odum, tre aeeratary of tre Fair. It
la a aevanty two page pamphlet and
contain* many Intareatlag thing*
about the Fair. Call on Mr. Odum If
■you want ona. ,
The merchant* of tha city will hare
thair formal millinery opening next
Thuraday and Friday, September 18
aad 18. The atoraa of John eon Brow,
The Co I detain Co. nd B. Flelahman
A D*oa. will hare thair aew fall and
winter mllHnrry an dlaptay on thaee
Chief Page of Dunn ear eeneieted
In th« Superior Court in Lilllagton
leal week and fined 880. The caae
grew out of the »creel of Eugene
WIHon aeeuml wee Ire ago, who be
came ( Vended becauee Page drew hi*
gaa on Mm when he refaeed to go
with him, aad brought euiu
Mlm I»a Peareon left tMa week for
Edaatoa where *he win take charge
ef the made department In the grad
ed aeheel She will alee direct the
«heir ef the Fhmt Baptiat church of
* Ov* I^Tom ,7d
Mae took a Madias Fart fit tha mod
cal Ilf# ef the city, and will be mimed
during her stay in Edentou.
Uev Willie Pop*, el Dunn, and
Rev. Ilaneum Allen, of Falcon, are
conducting a tent masting near Lay
ton achool bouse in Samp.on county.
Th* lira service woe held Wednes
day night. !h» meeting will continue
for several deyr. So far the attend.
an<« has been rood, and the crowds
are increasing daily. Th* public is
cordially invited to attend theta
Mraa tannic Spain, of Greenville, a
graduate of Converse Collage, Spar
tanburp. R. C., will occupy th* studio,
formerly occupied by Mies Iva Peac
•on, near the graded school building,
tht. school year. She will teach piano
ond voice and will begin her work
Monday, September find. Hot pu
pils will be limited to thirty, a* aba
cannot poarhly accommodate more
than this number. Mies Spain comae
to Dunn highly recommended and la
well qualified for the work ahe will
do here Those desiring to commu
nicate with her will And bar at the
home of Mr. McD. Holliday
There will be a regular communi
cation of Palmyra I^idga No. 147 A_
E. A A. M , Tuesday evening, SspL
loin, at 8:80 o'clock. The Fellow
craft Degree will be conferred by th*
now team on five candidates. Ifem
boie of th* loam and candidates ar*
requested to import at th* lodge
room* promptly at 8:80 o'clock. All
Master Manon arc Invited to be pres
J. L WADE, W M.
PHILATHP.A class meets.
Th* PhUalhea Clara of the Flret
Church held a eery enthusi
astic meeting on the night of Sept
»th at the home of Mias Ida Mas
Pittman. Many plana were diacqgeed.
of which th* neoit important was the
'eking of an orphan to support.
Ma,iy suggestions were offered as
•o the upbuilding of Uv* class. Ae
there wae no other b urines* to attend
to, the meat ng wae then tamed into
a serial hour. Altar th* guceta had
delightfully been aerred with cream
and cake the clau adjourned to meet
with Mira Minnie Gay on Tueeday
•light after the first Sunday in Oe
AT FREE WILL CHURCH.
There will be regular services at
he Free Will* Baptist Church next
Sunday morning and night Tha
morning service will be held to the
memory of the late Traak Wood, who
paaood from us last October.
Tb« aeries of meetings which Ion
b*«n >n program at tha Christian
Church for tha pari tan day*, cloaad
Thursday night. Paster Crimm was
*n these meetings by Bov
Barnard Smith of Klaaton. Mr!
Smith did axesIIant praarhiag and was
htard at each aerrica by largo con
gregationa. Mach Interest was manl
featad in the meetings and several
additions wore made to the church.
The musical program wee undor the
direction of Mrs. J. B. Ken Icy, of WU
mlngtor., and was very attractive
throughout the meotlngs. Mim Spain
°f Graenville also asaistad in the
music, and tre solos rendered by har
were thoroughly #ojoyed.
Mr. Smith left today for his borne
in Kinston. The work ha did In Duan
will b* far-reaching In its affect upon
the moral life of the city. Ha Is a
good pastor, a consecrated Christian,
and has a powerful influence for good
wheremr be goes.
H, made many friend* during his
*ay in Duan who would lilts to havs
him come this way again.
Duke, Sept. Of *oeial interest
throughout the Carolina* Waa the
marriage of Him Myrtle Johnaon of
near Denn to Mr. D. J. Brown of
Fayetteville, on Sunday evening at 7
o'clock in her rammer hem* near
Mr. and Mr* T. L. Raardon of
Buiee Creak were prevent, aleo Mr
Floyd Taylor' of Buie* Crock, Mr.
Jack Flak, Lola Partin of Anglor,
Curly Matthews of Lllllngton. Mies
Emms Parker of Duke, Rev. Alford
Blalock and wlf. „f Dunn. Rev. P.
T. Dontan of Raleigh outdated
Mr. and Mr* Brown wHl roalda la
Ralaigh, where the bride I* wall
MIm Annie Keen bu ifcfptcd §
position m MletUdy with Dm Ceato
Supply Co. and began her work Mon
Mr*. C. R. Yoong and ekildran of
Anglor and Dr. and Mr*. G. L. Fu_
iu*y of Cameron were th* guoata *f
Mr* M. J. Foquay Sunday.
Mr. 4. W. Talton of Clito, (Ja., I*
pending a fsw day* her*
Maamn. C. R. Coats and T. D.
WhHtanton want to I.ladan and Bunn
Mia* Ruth Raaboau of Anglor waa
tb* guest af Mias Msta Stewart a few
A»y» Uat weak.
Sexton at I.ltllngton
^ t . * %
•pent Sunday her, with friend*.
Minna Greco tyrd and Myrllv Pope
left Monday for Kaluigh in enter
i Mr. Robort Kivatt of Waycroaa,
Ca., fU! :. I d ti.roujh town Thursday
on hla way home in Buiea Creek.
Mr*. Truelove of Jonesboro apent
a few daya Ia*t weak with her slater,
Mrs. Nettie Stewart.
Mr. WlU Supbcnson of Angler
apent a few hoora horn Sunday after
Mian EeUUe Burt of Buiea Creek
was a visitor her, Mondty.
Mr. B. P. • Butler of Wln<ton-Salcm
wu here a while Tucaday.
Me/.mra. B. P. Parrlah and W. J.
McStcwart left Tuesday for Savan
nah. Ga, to attend a land aal, thorn.
Mr. Kdifar Denning of Kcnaon wa.<
a visitor here Sunday.
W# are very mitj to loam that
Mr. J. F. Pam ah la quit* aick.
Mr. J. E. WiHiama. manager of the
telephone exchange of Angirr, waj in
town Tuesday on business.
T. V. Stewart made a burinca.- trip
to Durham Wednesday.
K'ra Annie Odum Martin, who hns
been visiting at the home of Prof.
Odum, hat returned tn hvr hum, ul
Maxar*. if'. K. Howard and Ear]
lliiuon of DuDn urera In town a f.-w
J. T. Clark b»i returned to hi*
horn* In Rocky Mount.
A moonlight truck ride wa* greatly
enjoyed by xeveral young peopl, on
"ueeday everlng. The party went to
Dalce, where each had a pleaaant
■droll ID the pork there. Then the
nde frond there to Dunn waa great
f jn, while c-rh or.c ‘.23k part in ring
|®H>t old ao a thorn and Indian
•on^a- At Dunn the truck vu un*
loaded of tti happy party, at the
White Way theatre v her, all row a
tplendid an'a One of the party
*P°ke for all when he laid: "I have
enjoyed myeelf nearly to death."
Tho*c who went were: Mime* Alvah
Tarlinginn, l.ocy V ggma Callir.
Myr.le ai;J Mu* otewart, Lina
Unrdor. and Ethel C- ate, and Mean,
iwon Kuquay. Jeff Turlington. Henry
Stewart, Buyene Kelly, Eldndgc
C.ia’.n. Dr. Curacr F-qnay, Herbert
Grime- and Rufn* Stewart.
Mm Harper Jonei ia upending a
few week* at Seven Spring*.
Mra. J. D. Hemingway of Bethal
I* upending a few day* with her par
enu. Mr. and Mre. W. M_ Pope.
Miea Lime May Hall of Antryville
it vim ting Miaa Eula May /Starling.
Mr. Mack William* of DaJIaa, Tea.,
arrived Thursday might to apend a
* ' “HifelMWr. Mr. J. C.
-v Eloiae Con
nally. apant Wednaaday in Wada with
Mr. and Mra. Alax McNeil).
Mbaaa Ruby Tomer and Loctle Mc
Intyre and Mr. Miditon McIntyre mo
tored over to Fayetteville Saturday
Mr. Rhatt B. Myera of Kenly wa* a
Godwin vUitor Sanday.
Miaa Johnnie McLean ia apending
a few daya with Mia* Avm Parker of
M“" Loutae Pridgen of Dunn epcnt
Friday and Saturday in Godwin with
Mia* Johnnie McLean. '
MIm Eui* Williama aid brother,
Leon, have returned frjfc ML Olive
where they vieitud retail vee for sev
Moser*. John Williama af Goldsboro
nnj Willie Williams of (Hntoti, arc
apcnd uR t few day* arlth.tbeir father,
Mr. J. C. Williama.
Mr Jin McNeill end family of In
dian Pan, Kla., are speeding a wbll#
in txhsln with friends aad relative*.
tlr. Anya, ftreham of'Cllo, 8. C.,
ia iHKtidinir a law day* ftfth hi* bro
ther J. Maaara. Jehu aad Poo Graham.
Mia* Jaa.e Graham la spending a
few cfoyi wri'.h her airter, Mra. W. F.
Tew of Llnriun.
Vi •. Perry Maxwell ’ of Falcon
rpri:t S it u Jay in GodOdn with Mra.
J. (J. J one*.
Mr. anJ Mra. N. E. Demon and
children ot Kocky Mount arrived Sun
day to spend several days with Mrs.
lirruon's father, Mr. C. C. McLellon
KOTKS OF THK
rouiiiKn xi ipiEn snnxn,
'.i’tiu.lon, ptotaber 4. 1*19.
TImi ilumett Ccuaty Cum.iter
ScI ii.! opunod IU lltrtj |cra> Aaeu-l
:nh. mi We bad a epleudld >-*>
Kofi. Wr unrolled.. 90—10 tu the ]
Tbucbrrt.' IH. pur talent aad 40 In the <
fourth. fifth end elfcb trade*. Kll- 1
leuu of ibesa laach&a his* elrnndr J
uprui froffl feo to tj vauhe la the
Stele -umniur Sc h oaf at FeyctterUlc.
lini.Fi.boro. Skew Uafveretty and
•'they Stale IneUlutloaa.
Our teacher* art' doles much to
m.ko thamraJvo* feore eSelert la
We are :tltrta* > hard, uolvlib- J
1 ton.l!;■( our email ee^aries aa tench '
•*' :a prepare otfyieelree for llfe’e 3
i.o:l ■ We -are tract spinni!ng the 3
ifv.hi-tls leuraad *1 Shew ralverally \
;ud otluir SUte eeboole la the dll- 1
'n't**: ichooia of euy epuacy. 3
W. uss !*»»« to'Uuk oar worthy a
-ufc. ut.udeut, Prole,,ar u. p. Don 3
,r:>. tor tueklht Ca>Ua buiLIdd of u> 3
I- hi. liUualul feperl of Harnett 3
OouuV *ch#ol« • j
W.- are auhtatit bit drive lor 3
to mpport dtr Ideal eutamer 3
l All lu lift. .* J
I*C. xleYbor aad 'Profoaeor J. C. j
1th. hdili ol Caput tortile, paid ui. j
- tbi: Friday sad Protemor Smith j
uo.'.v. red • epieadld addreea—tbe 3
t:lai tor which lurid eo ftmoui. J
Bd3W«1 tf. STUART. 1
Couoi; rntperTlAeimf.OoUred SchooU 4
i.»d Ouserel Memetpr or Summar i
School Wert fa* Cetorwd. j
.C nlv '1
Any man Mr,
any town or
at a cut at fi
i ' -re
' Tha <•_.
merchants, __ practically
a vary body 1 working
■h°rt«r more dollars,
spending a playing long-1
•r, DtTtsf ever
bofor* In they cotn
plain bee _ farmer does not
*11 wbaata* and hor* ati
SPECIAL SHO UNG
A Special Representative v"
Store to Show Yl
I Began THURSDAY, Sept 4, ’
| Extends Through the Season
We are ready to greet you with decidedly the greatest line of
MILLINERY, COAT SUITS, CLOAKS, YOUNG MEN’S FINE
CLOTHING AND WEARING APPAREL
as well as our regular line of SILKS, DRY GOODS, SHQES, ETC.
that we have ever presented
It’s a pleasure to show and price the season’s newest and best. We
have it. Prices reasonable. Come to see us.
R. G. Taylor Company j!
In the Yellow Front Store, Dunn. H
- --- ' ^-- | it | jj liTZZZJDJU—
in tune with fair and wrmer weathet
TH®*® attractive yet moderately priced Summer Frocics are proof
positive that a woman can be SMART, COOL and ECONOMICAL,
all at the same time this summer. Pretty plaids, figures and p1»™
shades. Any size.
. THE GOLDSTEIN COMP’Y
Dunn's Best Store
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CLEAN OUT SALE
We have on "hand over stock which was left from the *
old 5 and 10 Cent Store, which we want to get rid of. We
are marking these goods down below cost and will sell at
n very low price. Come in and investigate for yourself.
We also have on hand a beautiful line of ready-to
wear dresses, skirts, georgette and voile waists.
DON’T FAIL TO COME IN AND GIVE US A TRIAL
Yours for Business,
McCALL & COMP*wv
113 East Broad Street DUNN.n.v.
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