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C L. Guy 9p.*td vcuterduy at Ra
A. D Will in ms «|.«nt Sunday with
*• • '!<!•( in Giahum.
}'. N'u'l Pridgen la hvi«■ lo vlait
,'»*•. X. *.l. .!rri*r»-y?.
I. C. >V»lkin*un of Kealy lyml
.h-''lwy i tv with fiiend*.
O'.*r I* hhall wit** h r* Sunday lu
• rj» Hi.ulry with H s family.
■J. C ' iu* of Re fuid «jn nl the
•; enu he»c with irlativtf.
a..11 Alia. <2. I*. Ptirk<*r an VJN
• «!.«.>v** n Fayetteville.
f' .ul Lz*e1l u*-' R* Ititrh sin-nt Sun*
c. 1. n* with hit* mother, Sira. J. D.
I- •'./ !
1> t\ Shield* of iK'tiyit, Michigan,
i* hr?v fur a f.*w day* v bating
M '«* E1ir~b*ib Shvll. of Warrm*
■»»;. »• «••;** .»> visit hi*r grandmother,
. M«: y C Shell.
Mi,*.. I 111ian und Elizabeth Ad icy
l'cmnnl I rainy from a visit lo r.-la
i \ rs iri Fayetteville.
Mr Man« n Buggvtt •prut arwrol
•Uiys vf i;...t *.*ek with nlative* at
U**n» lniro arid Clinton
M'o MuuJe Phillips ha* returned
ImniC lift*, r '|n* ruling several w«*k> at
\Vright<viH« and Kerdy
Mr und Limn l'olk returned
lu. i night from Clayton where they
11u«l I***, n visiting relotive#.
.•lial El- tnoi Reed of Balliitimc ar
r’\id thu* Week iind will be
:ii. -irajori lor Jnhnnon Urol hot*.
Aithp .Ma;;M Godwin niunml la»i1
j, .yhL t*» Washington nflm t:pemliria
k. vc'nI Week* her- with relative*.
P A Lee : el timed last week from
\\ la-i«a whi e he pun baaed holiday
me', fur the WllfcO.l and Lcr dan
• tt J Mr*. O. He • v> Shell. ©1
\S :r. *igtr*i|. were hi re S'inday tc
\ .pit Mr. SheMV mother. Mr*. Oli*
Rjbe:t Lainb. me’mu' revenue col
l do.. of >’ft> ttcvtlb*. waa hare thi
•,*»•** to vis I hn 'hie#. Mi*. J. R
Mtv. J. L Con ad. who lu»* biv*
vi«r.it»fr her olatcr, MrL James Earth
iut*. retur ned yesterday t»> her hom<
Mim Florence TinIIida> retained
!**♦*•!♦ L*> from Kobe I «onvil!e when
>hi h .•! h. i n visiting relative* fo«
v. r i. Kilv.'sril J lew anu .miss r.m
Gntdy. ol GeWUboro. nrc her«
4 i*vests u; the home of Mr. and
M.< \Y. Trr.y blonds.
Mi-*- Paulina Hi^d) ban r* tu utni
to h-r home is Elitabcth City after
ipeiid.ng several days hc»%* as • RUrrt
of M s. I. M. lt»ara*.
L’Jciilo Harii* ha* siceptwl
.« position with iha Chamber of Com
m "c«‘ and the Ilarnctt County Agri
» aUural Fair Association.
Mr anl Mra. H. C Roberta, of
. an t* d. were heix* Sunday to visit
\!r. nrd Mr*. T. I R-ddle. Mra. Rob
. r:» i* M*x Riddle’* itator.
Mr*. J. (’ Hodg«* of Creansbon
Iv«tl Monday afternoon to *pcnd
cial day* here with her i>arcnU
id Mra. Henry Pope,
effort wa* made by xomv one
iturday night to enter the Home
W. C. Kanoy, who arose and •ear
th* would-be intruder away.
Jam** Pope, who holds a position
irilli the Bunk of Loris, Lor-**, S. C.,
v» a.- her** thi* week visiting Hi** par
te.!-, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Pope.
Representative Hannibal I. Godwin
•»• rc to a|u*nd a fe uday» looking
.ift<» I*in varied buaineM and fa-m !
i.u in*.«"»*Ma. He will return to Wa*h-j
tiHtlon hi* week. •
Mr. a:.d Mrr. fanrcj llr.:L returned!
•; we!; from Ki#*ton. wirwr** Mr?
He ' wa dam** of hono: at thr wed
d.'V »*l h/ co» » M;a Varlhn Rui-f
j *\ .1 *•. ftauifl returned to I»oni I
* '•> ;•* k .* c m VV.iTe.iton, where h*
.. . ;h rdi.-j* hf< vacation and filled
H n/uliiV ep|i>*HiUnont at the Moth
wd t 1‘f i.uli &u*'da>*.
:?«'• N 0**1. Sr.. Mr. and Mrs
t .* . t"i*-«-l. J**., Noll and Lu
••d!e fliefl 1 ft Alnmlay foi a motor
L i *aiuuy &pri»:p> white the;
vili pond »iI«l days.
J . M i1* . ks, for many ycarv a re
J »l of Di» n whf*rc- he conducted
Hi Wnki Hotel, «»<»w living in G*»ld.u
!»•*• *• v>:\* ho*-, lest waek to vint ho*
*1.'eight, Mr*. W. 7*«»y Mor.d*.
Iv !’ *<*i\ i * the Hbm-11 John
. !••»« ir • • n ke, ri-:urn*<tl last
or « I*.-* m a tr!j» th:*ougli the north
. •• nu Ret a, vd h purchased fall
-»•*•! whit* r guod? fu» h!* company's
J*»h. V. v /hen and Mr/ M*g
•*’ l*n;*e»\ who navi* bi*c?n on the
*th»rn M.-.ixet* Jc-.* *.nr»| day*
. u»rha«*ng good* for the Draughor.
*.< r. * h!l and winter vtocka, rcturn
•V Some Horiny.
r.L*. jr.J XT's John P. Johnson and
^i n. Ma j Jditchei! have returned
*o Nvw York and Halt.more,
v/lu.e Hr. Johnson and Mr*. Mitchell
,i***'-h: fall *ind winter goods for
.•»ib •• -op firrillit-M store.
■ u- t-n:*', J-.Bffene T. Lae,
”"h'-t -fnrdnn mil .'sm s Turfing*
I-.* in Rnh':::h tod iv James Turnagr,
•>l has b<-i veiling Wallet Tur
ns!.'-. wdl r.wain there to resume hit
.•Iv.lira ». A. mikI E. Collrge.
The home of Tom Brown, who lives
ii' r t I'udiA-* Chapel. was atiurh by
itrilti; anil liadly damaged last
k. Vri ov n was stunned by
tiki bo!', but iuffrred no serious in
Jury. Ti.ria cal* wet'." killed.
iVr-. 2. tV. M' «-» of Winston-Sa
I'M u.r'/e-t .'as: night to spend a
ihurl time here with relative* Bhe
waJ i ills.' homr on account nf the
llln-!.* is.' our little dauKh'er, Emil/,
wbii :s mjKitlrd belter today.
A. V*. Branch, editor of the Pair
moot lle>'»w, was here yesterday on
his uay to I’.uirs Crash to attend the
iii.» ixcrehes of Profeasor Camp*
hnilV Mchooi. Mr. Oiamh was a (to
ll' ,11 In the «rho<i! for several terms.
H'-rman Smith, for whom an out
low proclamation was iusurd several
day- atro in connection with thn shoot
ing of Mori Hudson, has surrendered
ai'il is urns at llbarty aaiinr bond for
h'S .if.peS.nn.e at the next term of
Hu> .ior Court.
M . nnl VSr». I> II. Hood and Mr.
.-.nd Mrs. (#’;orgv Y. Pots' left Sunday
■iiipht for Ntagaia Palls. Mr and Mra.
Ilo-'il will proceed to Montreal and
tali Her’ a(trr pending a few days at
lb. falls and will rlelt New York and
rrveial other northern cities before
returning bom*. Mr. aud Mr*. Pod.
wjJt iriurn to Dunn from ih« folia.
Manage' Morris, of the MetropoU
.an Theatre, has returned to Dtini
for the season. Ha has booked sever*
■ Urat tiona for the season and wll
open next Wednesday night with Vo
fel 4 Minstrel*, which is said to lx
■ nr of the beat troupes on the ruad
lav theatre has been completely re
novated since last mmn and is now
■ankad aa one of tha best in lh<
I»una graded schools will open
Wsdneaday. ScplvmW 16. pro fra
tor J B. Martin will continue as eup
erintendenL He Is expected to arrive
here today. Many of the teacher* ol
last ifitu will return for this occasion
Out thvre will be many new menrbsri
J‘ wo faculty. The high school d*.
IMrtmr nt is practically unchanged,
according lo a. statement made yas
terdty by Marvin Wade. sacreUry of
the school board.
Plan to Prevent Fuel
This Winter's rual shortage will
hold no I vary for Dunn if (hr plan of
Men. Uolhday which i> to b» submit,
ted to the Chamber of Commerce to
morrow is carried out- Mr Holliday
proposes that the chamber purchase
standing t.mbar. employ wuoo cottars
wild saw rigs und establish a wood
yard hi re to supply the needs of all
who will not be able to get coal.
T he.e arc within ten mile* of Dunn
to rests whose timbers would lnnply
:hi community with fuel for fifty
/ears if somebody would takr the
trouble bi rut it, Mr. Holliday points
oat Riv suite of the Ncarcity of labor
and owners will not undertake the
job individually. Mr. Holliday Is sure,
however, that if the project b put in
ihc hands of a piopcrly functioning
• I'njmitte* it can be handlrd with pro
fit to land owner* and the ebamDei,
to :.ay nothing of the convenience it
would uffoid townspeople.
It is probable that the municipal
government also will take a hand In
•ir. Holliday's scheme. During the
ia*r. four winteik the municipality bar
vpern-in rd much trouble la getting
fuel for its pow*ir. light and water
plant. Shut down* have b*en frequent
b inging large losers t« msnufactui
-iig plants and other enterprise* de
pendent upon it for power. The mut
ter will lie submitted to the city coun
cil in its regular meeting Tuesday
Will tmploy Whole
I ime Nurse for Dunn
A whole time public nurmr will be
niplciyrd to c,r, |or health of
I'ui people wahin a few day*. It
wa.‘ announc.d yesterday by T. L.
Riddle, aocrntai) of ths Dunn Cham
ber of Comtance, who it now cottcw
pondinp with several trained workers'
who are applicants for the position. 1
Expanic of Ute service to be given
by the nurse will be borne jointly by!
Ibe town of Dorn and the American
Red Crass Society. It Is expected that
■> salary of *2,OOU and a few hundred
dollars of oiTiee expense will be all
Oral is required.
There !■ deposited In Dunn banka
now a rum exceeding *1,100 belong
me to the Red Cross. This is what
was left f om war activities of the
fund raised In Dunn for Red Cross
wm work. The society has determin
ed to spend it here for health work. '
> A local health committee, the town
aad the lied Croat will direct the ar
tivitlea of the none, it is stated. Sh-j
! will Inatruct the people huw to avoid
disease and how Ui treat it after it
has been contracted.
' Womans Club Induces
Employment of Music
Recently a committee fiom the
Women'! Cl«b met with the School
Board to arrange to have j teacher
toi public school muaic is the graded
schools. It was the wish of the club
ta have a special teacher for thU
worn, but because there was not suf
ficieiu fund* ami ulau Ihr
school building ie not large enough
, cl*“c* 10 asacmbls. it so
decided to secure a muaic teacher,
who could teach public school music.
This teacher will divide the gradra
so that all the children will be taught
thiily minutes each week during the
morning axaieltaa. The remainder of
lhe time she will devote to instrumen
This is Just a step toward what the
club wishes to accomplish.
The club feel that singing has been
lo wime degree neglected in the
school and hopes thut this will arouse
an interest that will be both bencf.
rial and pleasant for the boy* anil
New Union Depot May
Be Built Here At
What • * balievi'd lo be lha first *U*p
toward Die new union depot no long
needed by Dunn was taken here Sat
urrlay when t#*lephone and telegraph
lompmifA began moving wires ami
poles from lots recently acquired by
Ihr railway rnmpanin* al 1he June,
lion of the Atlantic Ctmd l.inr and
the pu ham and Southern Midway*
Thl* is being done upon orders fiom
lh«* const ruct‘on department of the
A I Untie Coast Lin# it wu staled.
A project to build a pa <seng< i sta
tion has been hanging fire since ID)4
when the railway companies submit
ted plans for a building which they
purposed to creet on Lurk now
• qua re. The site'was not satirfactory
to come of the huamtM men. Befoul
•the matter could (pe nettled the wai
jcnmr along ami the road* pasted urv
di-r ih« ruitUol of lh< Fi*de»*ul gov
c rumen I.
IM untiixr the town It** -> u IT *re <3
.'nun inailrqual* freight and paasen
l* ImmihriK fm-ilitWe. At pretent all
i of '.fee huvinmi of the Coast Lina is
| bandied at the busiest point of Broad
• d.r*ct and Railroad avenue Trains
I arc neatly always there and irtreet
: traffic is a'ways concealed. Minor
iac(idcn;s occur frequently.
iUi\ r.t.y the Chsnbir of Com
(U ret rvn«*»id il* effort* to get ac
11 >n, iugRvst*Df the ■ile which the
I road* harr purchased. In connection
'th thr project is another U) pro
iVide K ;i-r facilitioj for handling col
l4>.». Ar present ail of ihe cotton ship
ped fr*.“n t*«iun it handled in one
him V of Lucknow Square, which
C »USI s t\ block In traffic almost
rontm.mu.Jy m the month* of Octo
ber ami November.
l’l#ds t'f the Chamber of Commerce
which ha\e been accepted by one of
the iunde, call for thr construction of
;« mammoth concrete platform kx
twv?n thr two road* in the northern
;»o- «>f town. Thur wiM ^vi the cost
•f drayuge from the pr« nent platform
:o Ok I>u»hr.m and Southern and will
offer much m«»rc convenient for the
rn m ra.
'Ihfie ms neatly $0.(100 bale* of
Cft:o»: sold in Du-m luring thr
months of October, Nuvember and
Ik c cm her. AH of thi* in handled in a
h.nlf of en«? nty Mock under the pre*
NOTICF. OF ADMINISTRATION
Uavinr qualified 0. admlniaimtur
jf '.iiC • -Pate of V A. Ivey, late of
Harnett county, thU it 10 notify all
e.i-non- holdinn claim, naalnrt aaid
den-nned, 10 preaent tha aamr to the
•ir.de:Earned administrator duly pro
ven aceordinir to law on or before tha
"-Ptli day of Aueuat 1021, 01 thii not
wdl bi pleaded. In bar of thole m
ievrr>. All pel tent indebted to .aid
■l> e« a,ed will plcate come forward
mid make artUrmcnt
Th'a the 30th. day of Attend 1020
A lioi i -tr.itnr of the eitate of Y.
A I»oy, decraaed.
Jcrae F Wilma, atlrmcy.
Linotype operate:. on Manila p»
pera went un urike bocante oditorialt
n paper, aaid the Filipinot were not
riadv for independunec.
I have aold half intercat in my Gro
wer* Sto.e U» K. Godwin, who it
now with m? in the atorc. Mi Godwin
It well known in Donn and vicinity, £
hnv»r.j brer ir. the aalra department
of the Johnaon Bio*., for the
P*>t sc-veral month*.
We will carry a complrte lino of
heavy and fancy groceries and will t
bo in to jpee better arnricu - |
Ilian hnetofoit. Our proof m» a*e |
tiaidi and the be.'t the market afT./rti .
Call on ua fir acrvicc and *<*•><!
DRIVER AND GODWCi
By M M. Driver ^
PHONE NO. 44
this NEW EDISON
And the SIR AUBE Player Piano
MARION BAGGETT, Manager, Music Department
The Barnes & Holliday Co.
COATS and DUNN, - N. C.
Listen, Builders |
■ ,wf H *■
We can fill your orders for immediate de
livery in lime, cement, sash and doors.
I About the biggest shipment of these com
modi tic* ever received here has just been
placed in our warehouses. We have—
1 CAR LOAD PORTLAND CEMENT
1 CAR LOAD FINISHING LIME t
1 CAR LOAD DOORS |
BE SURE TO PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW II
The demand is much greater than the supply and
early buyers will have the advantage. Our present sup
ply is not expected to last longer than the middle of next
week. First com&s will be served firt*. We have no favor
ites in placing this stuff.
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FREE! FREE! FREE! I-pi-Ti p]
U. S. Government’s
ENLIGHTENING INSTRUCTIVE EDUCATIONAL
Social - Hygiene Exhibition
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, and North Carolina Board of Health^CW
merctal Showings Forbidden by Law.
MOTION PICTURE DRAMAS
Animated Pictures, Stereopticon Views, Other
Twirp Hailv Ahernoon. •» 3 o'clock. WOMEN ONLY
* WILC LSauy E renm*» at 7:30 odock. MEN ONLY
Separate Meetings for White and Colored People in Each
Town—Afternoon and Night
Duun. Aug. 30 Chalybuut* Springs, S. 0
* 31 Colnabury, W 7
Liliangton, Sept. 1 Mainer*. s**>t g
Buie« Creek, Sept. 2 Pine view, Sept. 9
Coeto, Sept 3 Flat Breach ChnrdiXio
DiAe, Sept. 4-5 Biinnlevel, Sept. 11
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WATCH FOR; THE BANNER READING:
. “U. S. Government
Social Hygiene Exhibition”
In the Town on the Day of the Showing.
For Local and County Qjvnmittaa Activities, Watch Tha Dunn Dispatch