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Ernnt F. Young i* In Ralalgh on
l»r II C. Turlington, of Shady
■ Ghjrc, wa. hero Saturday.
N. A. Townsend und Marvin Wad*
w rv vl*..or* in Aahvvillt thi* v*aok.
Born—lo Mr and Mr*. Jamo* An
iru-du- Pool, Tuesday August 24, a
Mr ai d Mr*. J. w. Whitehead r»
tunxed !a*« week from Virginia
Bti* 1’ Shell, «n;rruaalng clerk of
*•"' Jloux- of Representatives wai
h're Su: Jay.
Mr.i N. A. Bell and daughter*, are
V.alt'r.g Rev. and Mr* J M. Waleu
U. 8 Page xpert Sunday with Mm.
l who ix viilting relative* in Ro
In «on county.
Wi>*w McLaurin of Beard are via
ilirs in the city the guest* of Mr. and
Mrs Buck Guy.
’ Mi*a Helen Parki-r returned Sun
day from Graham, wbera ihe had
l>c* n viuting (tienda.
Ni» Emily HutJer left yvatarday
Mill relative* ,n Chalybeate
Spring* and Raleigh.
Miss Agin i Ball returned Sunday
from a visit to relaliva* in Newton
Grove, Clinton and Goldsboro.
Ml** Jan it* Jackson hae returned
from ltocky Mount, where the had
kiMtnl (M*vvnl days with friends.
Mra. Olid 9Ka.ll return *.*4 k.._.
Sunday Shr spent hte summer in
iheir cottage at Carolina Uearh.
A. H. Zehmar. manager of tbr
Wqiic Really Co., spent first of the
Week in Pctrndnug. V»., on business.
Miu Camilla Campbell, who hae
been visiting Mias Rachael Clifford,
returned last w . ek to her home In
Miv< Martha Taylor, who has bean
visiting filinds in Cumberland, Mary
land, and New York, returned home
Henry O. Sholl has accept ad a pon
lion with the postofflee department
ami Will have h v headquailers in Wil
Mrt. L J. Bert it viaiting her re
trr, Mr«- T. C. Young, in Smithfleld.
Mr, Bast sptnt Sunday with her in
Dan Sprnea and WUlie Tally of Pu
quay bpr.nga were In Dunn Monday
en rout* to Lake City. 8. C., where
they will buy tobacco
B. M. Brewer left Sunday for Bal
t mar While away ha will tpand sev
eral days on the eastern shore of
Maryland with his family.
Uds Butler left laal week for
Gcoigelown, S. C., where he has ac
Ccpicd a position with the Atlantic
Coast Lumber Corporation.
Mr». D. M. Pcanutl! and her daugn
tsr, Mist Eieanoi, of Way Crom, Gs.
were guests in the home of Judge and
Mrt. vohe C. Clifford iaat week
G.orpi K. Grantham, Harnett's re
presentative in the Legislators. spent
Sunday here with hia family. Ha re
turned to Raleigh Monday morning.
James D. Williams will celebrate
his blithday Saturday with a big bas
ki t picnic at his home. Prienaa are
cordially invited to attend and bring
a baakui. .._ . ■,)
Mias Mattie Ball* Godwin Is hare
with relatives after spending sever
al weeks a*, house parties in Eastern
Carolina towns. She will jeturn to
Washington this wrek.
* W. E Hoar and daughters, Jesse
and Nuomi. and Mis. J. E. McLamb,
who hnve been visiting relatives heTe
fm several days, returned Sunday to
their homes in Georgetown, S. C
Mus Halic l.ee has returned from
Eton College, where she took special
lis- ons in exptee'ion. during the
rummer aehoo) there She will trseh
rigain this year at Shady Grove High,
Mio K1 z.ihnh Thompson retom-j
ed Is-t night from Washington, J
where ahv had brrn a gucit In the1
home of Representative and Mrs.1
Hannibal L Godwin for the past two
Miai Ida Pittman riturned last
night from Niw York where ahr had
been visiting friends for several days.
Shi went to Now York from Cumber
land. Mevyland, whither she went
two weeks ago to visit other friends.
Mr. and lira. MeD. Holliday re
turned Friday from Richmond, where
Mr Holliday attended the annual
convention of Southern Retail Deal
ers Association. Mr Holliday was
clev'ceil vfet'-preeirienl of tha aaaucia
Mrs. J. E. Eldredge was carried to
a Fayetteville hospital Snuday for a
/u.gk-at operation. Her condition is
r< ported improved today. Mra. Eld
redge was vlaiting her parents. Mr.
anil Mrs. w. E. Butler, when she be
came ill- Her home is at Newton
Dr. James Marshall Lac. who has
been practicing in Hopewell for sev
er.-1 year*, will return to North Car
olina, it was announced this morning.
Dr. Lee, with Mrs. Lea and their lit
tle daughter, is visiting at the home
of his father In Sampson County. H«
was bore today. He doe* not know
whet town ho will locate In, but laid
he had not entertained a thought of
residing in Dunn permanently. Dr.
Lee is a brother of Dr. 8. P. J. Lee
Craig’s bakery has leased the old
Dunn Guide Building, nnw occupied
by the express company, and will
move Its equipment into K br tha 15
of September, it STBS stated ycetcr
day. rrcaent quaitera ot the bakery
are too small to permit the placing,
of additional ovens recently purchas
' < d, It was mid. The Guide Building, is
situated in Railroad Avenue and ad
joins the peitofflce. It extendi from
the street 140 feet to the allay. It
will giv« tho bakory ample room for
Representatives of the coanly and
State boards of health wore here Sat
urday to administer vaccination
against typhoid favor. Tha treatment
ll free and can be gotten at City
llall next Saturday and tho two aue
coedlng Saturdays butwoen tho hourst
of P n. m . and 12 ra, and 2 p. m.,
and 0 p. m. Th« treatment reduces
the darper of catching typhoid to a
minimum and la being given by the.
Slate and connty to safeguard public
health Those who desire the trust-1
ment usual get the first next Satur!
MRS. CLIFFORD ENTERTAINS
Friday afternoon Mf»- David Pear
sall, one ef Dunn’s most recent brides
w«« the (util of honor at an eltrmc
»ice miscellaneous shower given by
Mrs. J. C. Clifford. The guest* wrrr
mi t at the door by Mis* Rachael Clif
ford. who assisted by Miss Cortona
Jackson, served punch. Heart* dice
waa then enjoy ad for an hour after
which the door bell rang and Mrs.
Pearsall was asked to alga for a (pe
dal dcllvaiy Utter. To her surprise
little David Clifford then came in and
presented her with an enormous pack
er1' containing many beautiful and
uieful gifts from cut glass bowls ts
rolling pin*. After the excitement
was over the guest* were served with
Ice craam and cake and *alt*d al
Those present were: Ktedamc* Da
vid Pearaall, Jams* Beet, Paul Hood,
Arthur Pop* George McKay, N. A.
Townsend, J. L. Hatcher, John W.
Pitsgvrald. E. M. JeffrWye. R. M.
Pearsall. William Jackson, J. W.
Thornton and Mist Corinna Jaekaon.
FLORIDA LAND -TORT/' ACRBg
SO acres clmtred, 6 roan house, 16
pecan trrcJ grapes, MBachea, Japa
nese peraiaJnona, ederbcarlng mul
berries, pi city ojJtU Shelters and
out house*ill ep kind*. Unequaled
free rangeAwjmT iprlng water. Five
mil os of nimfMng town. All for only
118,000. ^Phillips, agent, Calla
han. Fla. _^ 17 4t pd.
WAV* YOU. THOUGHT OF TMK
Battery enlyoar e^T If anytklag
goes wreaJ w1tJ#th* Battery en
year aar iBh J#and tell our Bat
tery Dsparia^l about It—era are
rare we eaiijJUedy ft und our aar
vleee are elfyenr rewind at all
Hum BOTH i MaK^Y.
NOTICE -4 PEOPL^EklRINC
balsa ehomd let Gfflr wants be
kaewn t* tit man^bo can buy a
real barge J fojdfou. See G*o. L.
Canaady, t^^reel aetata man,
Dana. H. Cr
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Jeweler* and Optonetrift*.
i I 210 Hey SL-Fayetteville. N. C.
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I THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE
CUMBKRI-AND RAILWAY AND
POWER COMPANY WISH TO EX
PRESS THEIR APPRECIATION
FOR THE PROMPT JUANNKR IN
WHICH THE CITIZWCS OF COATS
AND BUIES CRF/K HAVE MET
THEIR ODNDItUJnS IN ORDER
TO GET LMSHtAnd POWER. IF
THE PEO&kAn THE COUTRY
WILL DO a| Well, power and
IJGHT WII.AAOON BE AVAILA
BLE OR 'Mese TOWNS AND
CUMBERLAND RAILWAY AND
By W. J. King, Rcprtientativr.
GOES WITH THE USE OF
We insure the transmission and differential gears
of all cam udng OrywtalinyLubricAnts exclusively. We
enter an iron bound agreement to reimburse you for
damage done to your ge^rs If you use our oil. Come
and see the policy. /
' ' \ KEYSTONE TIRES . •
\ md tubes
1 Jnd tubes
There srg noncliAtcr than these, and we are pre
pared to fill your ortLIs for any size.
Our repair department is equipped an.', manned
v.» do the very best of work. We can fix any car^
I NEXT TO PARRISH-DR1VER CO. WILSON AVE
A FEW BARGAINS I EFT
Our Sale ^as closed/ but we are still offering
many bargains Mr the Thrifty Buyer
THE GOLDSTEIN CO.
FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE!
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U. S. Government’s
ENLIGHTENING INSTRUCTIVE t EDUCATIONAL
Social - Hygiene
CONSTERNATION - PRODUCING REELS AND FILMS
NEVER BEFORE SEEN IN HARNETT CO.
Showings only under auspices of U/S. Public Health Service, American
Social • Hygiene Association, andAforth Carolina Board of Health.- Com
mercial Showings Fqfbidden by LAw.
; MOTKX “ 1CITURE DRAMAS
Animated Pi Sti reopticon Views, Other Exhibits
nJ U. mt 3 odock. WOMEN ONLY
I Wice UOl fy :miip « 7.30 o dock. men only
Separate Meeting* for ' kite and Colored People in Each
Town—A' in and Night.
Dunn, Aug. 30 ^ Chalybeate Springs, S. 6 r
Angier, Aug. 31 Cokesbury, . Sept. 7 .*
Lillington, . Sept. 1 Mamers, Sept. 8 • r''
Buies Creek, Sept. 2 Pine view, Sept. 9
Coats, Sept 3 Flat Branch Church S. 10 V*#
Duke, Sept. 4-5 Buimlevsl, Sept. 11
W ATCH FOR THE BANNER READING:
“U. S. Government
Social Hygiene Exhibition”
In the Town on the Day of the Showing.
For Local and County Committee Activities, Watch The Dunn Dispatch ~
f Get Ready For
Winter WOOD Cutting I
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I; We ere irdera for Wood Saw Riga at
I: once, and ad tend operating this winter to
! » buy now. * j
|; El L. Coo to show you what we have
R ;:; and to fill your oi ediately.
3 The coal si ill be no better this year than it
was last. The fe :h a wood saw rig will be in posi'
Ij; l; tion to make good all winter.
n,; j If you have cord wood, you can fill in the
I 1!; winter months wit d paying occupation.
B:;i Townspeople buy wood this winter. They
Pi: ! will no* be able to unless they have already placed ft
j:S: their oders. % ||
\ Get your rig n and begin sawing as soon as posst> 8
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BARNES &HOLLIDAY I
I COMPANY I