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THE DUNN DISPATCH
PUBLISHED EVUY TUESDAY
April leA IMA ' •»" ttl1* pmiTZdX
at buna, N. C, udn tha act af
Hank S, 1ST*.
L. BUSS EC POPS, MBW
Th.ae month*-...._ .or
For Sale—A Presidency
Why alioald aa ordinary citiaon
»'.<• hasn’t the price taka any part ia
a p. evidential elrcttea?
.-publican*, tt appears, win aat
Jimmy Cox, Democratic nomine*
fo» tha job, ka* Jaat uncovered and
a plan throuxh which He
puM'.ran* will rata* thu pne*.
Tha sum ia $1S,000,00«.
The contributor* will be. of courac,
big buainrs* men who will have axe*
to itr.nd in the event Senator Hard
trig aut* up hi* whet atone in the
If the Jtepubliran* are to be allow
ed to buy the presidency wh}
dioulria’t are do away with election*
If we can be given any asaurmnc*
tlwl the buyer isn’t going to rwlp*.
tha .<um paid—or allow his frisndt
\o ..wipe H—why shouldn’t wa place
a “For Sale" sign oa lh« saat and
tut it go to the highest bidder.
Tha; would saie millions ia eloe
tlon cgpeMM aad give us at least
a $ 1 .000,01:0 bonus every foot
rhe Fuel Problem
MtD. Hol'iday, president of the
Burner A Holliday Company, offer
* eolu'ion of (hr fuel problem whki;
going to prove a serious thing to all
•' ttmur.ille* this winter. He advise.*
'orma on of a foal corporatioi
I*, buy standing timber, eat it down,
haul it to town and sell it to the con
-***.r a; as rrawmabU prke as poeoi
lie points out that we are sue
r. untied b> fuel suAeient to met;
every need v» have for the next lift;
> «r». All that Is needed to gat it li
town is orgoniaed effort pruperiy di
• cried. H« thinks that standing tna
b-r in many instances-ran be goiter
for the price of clearing the ground
Mad that a great aei vice mould hr ran
dervd land owners as writ s» house
holders through the clearing.
winter is going to nee a sari
ruct shortage. Coal mines ari
anything like a norma
winter wfll find prae
will dries coo
aasuranca that railroads
the small quantity that
plan will he submit
thr Chamber af Commerce to
Terence MeSwecncy, lord mayor
of Cork, ie about to be added to that
li« of Iriah patriots whose mem
ory is kept green In the heart of ev
■rywirf the Emerald Iile. Wolfe
Vor.e, Robert Emmett end the k»g
J;ae of mm who Heed and died for
Ireland mtml look with approval up
on tb!* Irishman who la slowly stare
li'tf him'clf to death rv.ther than lut
•nl* to British rulv.
- It is rlmrartorialic of England that
He should allow an Irishman to la
‘ "»< ■ miityr at (his timo. Out of
• v*. y trouble that she has had with
>' r pugnacious dependency there hae
•’■•me (he m. mory of some one man
«h-ir she allowed to become a hero
*n :iw eyes of the rotnsazic folk of
I -lard. McSwceiwy probably will
**'• lif hae suited Into the business
Jvftsc in apparently a dote.mined
iisannw-. ru'O.v x-m-ration* will com.
P • h ••l»d to h'm and rank h>ra
wirlt ih. uuoii'a Immorujl*.
J.l.'S.<i.B< England n laying
• ; .tsaro trouble for herself.
Oni of North Carolina’* snoot use -
•’«! c.(Irens passed away at Bauatfort
; •'•Jo* ni'.rnlog when Edward Cart
■ i IhJrran dint after an illiwuo ef
we as, >fr. Duncan was a
•!:«.1 railreadar and an Industrial
• T.ir-r, but It was as a politician j
Xo ‘h Carp Italians new him beet 1
lr.4. aru« a Republican, a national j
« mm tUsmaa of the party for aev.
■ bnt. la .pit* ml the proa
#« :ir* bia pvaltlrn para bia. It Wi>
f- (hot Ua vaiaa ati baaH if,
vha biwr matter! af 8tala peUUei
V Ualahrb. e-harr b» «.a praaldent
i>f n lank and prcruimt of tba Cfcsa
I- r of Canunariv, It *m .rlrioa (Jut
b» tr-k aa aativa part in party poW
Ur dkl mark far bit Stata.
Kind, tMrt«*w, cauldarota aadar
nli airromataaca*. Carl Dmwaa .on
friaada hi all «efta af Hfn. Mr
•rill hv mkard.
unw UIMNI IN NONMALCY.
IXrw York Craning fart.)
I ~4fl aa the kaya at piny.
• *•« *•«« <*"• One. Iva. thrrr.
rSnaar swart “**
a* £2! •‘MPf t
Yea, the bay* are eery happy, with
< tiif/ dmrd f'
Why da Uitrt and WMiem IL Nka !
They like Warren became he anyi
‘V? Uf 'fM** kul n»« Ten
Why do Hiram and MediU iak>
They like Warm becauao ho soyr
>«* to no Aato-ci-aliou of Nation!
ut aoeana No.
" Xtf*** £®uld **»-«PP*»»t Ellhc
William H.. what do you thlak
EUha and William H. will be (root
If Warren tbaald disappoint HI
am and MediU. what do you think
Hiram will butt Warren In (ha
Under the cir-ctam-uUncaa. who dr
ou think aril] win out?
I thlak Hiram and Medlll arill win
How data Warrvn da-acriba thia
omewbat Unpaid dtuation
Warrvn think a it la a ilali of Nor
“No meona Yaa," aaya the Globe
on Day Rant
“No meant No," tay* the San anil
“No meant Yaa,” aaya the Rubik
“No rataai No,” aaya the Chic ape
. SAMUEL SMILEY’S SAYINGS ,
The "Retired Steteueee" Am- '
Qwestiem* Be Hie
I AnJ in By nail the following
locations from my former eonatitu
nta bearing upon the national eta
"SB!—. How do Cox and Hard
ng compare erith each other aa Can
Answer. Like a dynamo and a ham
Q WUl Handing stick le the from
A. What difference will it make1
fell he stuck anyhow.
<J- What ia a mandatory?
A. Boie* Pentose. (You see. a
Mandatory ia somebody set up ovei
be weak and heipleaa until they mpi
*ct up out of the rocking chair.)v
Q. What kind of a peace would w«
ret by Harding’s plan for a declare
don of peace by Congrsm?
A. One half of one per cent.
Q. Where ia “Trail's End?”
A. After March 4. 1921, it will
ye located at the White House.
Q. How did I like Franklin Roose.
A. It convinced me that the Rooar
/elt progressive spirit didn’t die will
r. R. Particularly I liked that refer
■nee to Governor Cox aa the "engi
nrrr-caadldate.” It nma, a condl
late who knowe what he's doing and
now to do it; In other words, it mean,
’fllcieaey. Herding ia aa engineer
rendidate, too—stationary engineer.
Q. What did I think of Govemoi
Coolldge’a speech? „
A. It was very convincing in on
respect. If Governor Coolidge payi
>aly 134.59 a month rant, any tend
lord who would charge Senator Hard
:ng more than $2t o month ie a pro
y Do I think the Republicans arc
insistent oa tka League of National
A. "Rig Injun" Bill Bomb says b:
wouldn’t vote for .the La ague of Na
tioua if tbs Saviour of Mankind wen
to xak him. "Big Brother" Bill Tafl
<aye he ie astieftad with the le^us
covenant jnat aa President Wilao i
brought h from Paris, end at lui
reporta.they were both for Herdiny
Republican conaiatancy on the league
ia a jewel—the kind you buy at the
6 and 10 cent stores.
„ Wh.t do I think of the R- nub
llcan plan far the campaign?
A. Retailing the election of £.
ataw Newberry and the tray the
didaciee of Coaeral Wood and C.ov
ernor Lowdea were managed n. 11>
lata priaurtes and mindful of what 1
concerning the campaign fund
'tilotawa/' it looks to me lent
thing like the Point plan with r<.
CAPTURE COPPER TUB
AND TWO BLACK BOYS
<Harnett County News.)
Deputies Kyla Matthews and Met
riiBoa Lanier tnok a ftiwnr jaunt
orer beyond Spout Springs Monday
morning, thinking perhaps there
“light possibly be some enterprise go
ing Into liquidation. Kyle somehow or
other has a habit of thinking in cer
tain terms about rueh things, so to
stake a true story bring results the
deputies lay in hiding till the propria
tom of the industry came down to
the main plant.
Patience being one of the cardinal
virtue! of a deputy, the operator, I
were allowed to "ax thr ikubberr' an j
HI a upline fell almoet alhw.irt ihi
noodle of Chief Kyle. “Time to call!
and introduce,’' announced hr, «o con :
vcntienality wae dispensed «,ih and
two big black bud dire were e-aorted
Into coetody and n huge copper tub
'U edded to the lint of telm that
enter into a junk sale. Com m,al wv
he principal Ingredieat of ihe tub
.ostenta and the supposition in tha
kawn likker” wae th factory's rh.e.
output. The whole shebang mav h
oen at the jail, LUJington. K. C.
P S.—On the return journey th
t hief deputy matt a gua on a black
buddy who wae tinkering with a bu«
wngon. Examination confirm'd >ui
pirinn and a 44 raagaaiBe, coinnion
l.v known as a “Magdeleme” rnnong
'.he colored persuasion, nu hi->k»d
,o the belt of the chief aa a au.'olu
Transfers ef Real Etiatv
Mis. Annie Carinas* to J. W Mr
Artaa, about one sent in Lilllnittnii
w. D. Patt< r*on la W. M. PalUr
5on, 78 acre, in Upper Little River
ft' A $SM.
J. C. nti'ickL'itl to M. K. *1 hurnlon.
^ *crci in AvinAipiu lowu-lup iO,
N. R Ljc.h to L. W. Thornton. 20
acre* In Avnihhuro luvuahip, $2,500.
N. P. Lucas to N. K. Lucas, 20
•cm In Avcr&hboro township, 1,000.
w-i- -ii f-'-m j—ii■! i ■■ ma—
... l! r« . intan to l\ W. McKay.
1« < «!• Omii . ,/lm,
»■ M> ta C . >M\.nn;ck,
* »• • ‘ '-in >n .- t:
•f:i Harm* tv V.\ f r.n.iri. I.in
Ir n ,ri 6>. .>. n t
tc mli.p $ »4i0.
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b«- >t .v •> yI.
C. If. J#m.ja<i to V, \V McKay, '1
K.:» i».ar Duai:. aiiH*.
J. (• Intrlii- tii «i. >\, iiiil eta
c* M-’Uf? I »t ill ; Cv.
I. S Vi l>o.to D. K. i'ar .-lt
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M. J r'<mi!h C. T . i.
■ *v. n And.'* «fi»* C'raok ijitrn*;
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of these great artists?
Do tha obvious thing, shjr don't you?
Try each artist's performance on r.irh phonograph.
Compare the performances, nuil »ei* which phonograph givee the heet
Bat—you’ve got to cmiljiulo m leuhjinilly.
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portion in the room. It makes enrh one show, in fair, a^uare com
petition, juat what it ran do—with violin, with piano, with voice,
and other kindj of mosir.
You ait and listen. Your eir it tlie judge. You'll know, without
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EDISON TURN-TABLE Comparison
CO*MB Omit K*m~0
TW Maa TmTaMa Cmbpmiiob U
apart from the aale> rrui n/
1. Ilat Mrrkt for all
, BhMber tbry cone la buy
■hi »>M «o nara. but Mk f.»
•“ Mm TM-nSt Cwapurtwi
M 0na amly upas 4*tl*itr
f Sctiro To itaoofo+oror, and
TkeTalk my Martnoaa UMd in t baaa teats
ara kept by tan in th* bant possible con
dltnm. Haaufarlurcr* of each cnacklaea,
of thadr ropraaenUUTea, am waited to
I a* pact them, ot meulata them, or to
*<kir Ian. biiana of thn aomo
mahe. of tbeir own acjretim, of equal
or arraatar aaluo, at any tlaaa durtn*
/£> BtHM. * Hollar C.
| Q£) D—.K.C. v
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T , t ;
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E V. GAINEY !
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We want you o visit our salesrooms and play your favorite
•elections on tlx: Melo-Harp yourself. Only by trying it can
• you rca',Zv' t'iC delightful difference cf the Melo-Harp.
Found only in Strmibe-mede player-pianos. the Melo-Harp
combines the soft sweet strains of the harp vrith the full rich
tones of an unusually high quality piano. K
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