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E. a. it auvanx*- of ih l '. S.TSovorn
»Ml'< Social Hygiene Exhibition
presided al th: ailer noon reveling in
th • Tb*-i:re, ar.d at th* evening moot
ing in O* lUptiti church. and inl-o
diced the k.-ct-jrer and tha spanker*.
alio faund Time aftwr the while
hi--vt in*, to aw to the colored meet
ink* 4i1.1t My o »«nl to tho colored
? ople a-cemeted there.
Al ull le.-ti ._-e before introducing
tr. ifinik -< .inn bur chine the pic
.lii’M. '.tr. Hc.dliaia leave a nhuri
blief Bu.nteil irmim- uf th" Work a*
C mpliril'-u in the debt of venereal
i'-.-axc rurlrol within Thv part two
y*:«r* by ifc* C 3. I 'nolle Health S' r
by ta* American Social Hygiene
A •'. octal Ion. and by the various Sta..
lltiunl- of llaaiih. He al-u explained
a b lef -.ho [ire-cc; campaign for the
education of th.- rural population it,
Ihe com ol of tfce venerea! diisasci
by mean, nf mov:ng pic-.u'-vj* ar.d III
ature brvuirfci Ir.to th>- very heart.'
*aJ ci-at.-r* of their ommunttk;
Through Tha Social tiygu.no Cnr o»
m.>vinc picture »hw on wheel*.
Al the* wfteinion .ea-ion lo ihr la.
•I.e.l In the White Theatre. D". lli-rd
liaka intuduccd two speaker*. The
fli*t wa» Dr W II. Gilletu, l'. P. TI
S. the cel'll Tr of the afternoon, and
lb. d-.jr.oujl-ato. of thr- film.. Thi
;.*t'4iiid ;icraon li.irodocei1 was a lady.
Mi-« Ann Simpon. of the Staff of The
S’rvtv Board nf Hen'in, lu charge ol
womer.v work or tho Bureau of Vi-n
•4 a! Dwraeea Tlr*» S ins pro n * nit
mjc appeal 10 -,iw women to _am
sh» part asCg.t-.-d 1 hern ami do thot?
-hari- in Ike great Held of too*! hy
ci av no* opened up :o them wa/
iirtened to with deep interest. Ilr.
Ht-rdiishu <>tw to It that everyone ol
» the alm>-t !»'W women pn-sen: wa
ruppl'e*! with a piece of literature
THr twu *ptcal booklet* dutributeil
were, am' dn- 'rm-l «*p<c:aily fot
girt* Ill'll wniUrr. ami the olli- r to
At the Ki'-rtinr in the Bap'.i-d
church Ur. Hrr<lli/ka uuro*luct*it then
apeak*:*. IV. Gillette wa* once more
Inrtnduccd ici 'hr- lecturer ami ilemon
tlratur of the film fo-.- men. He gnv
a uill*. The next speaker in
rodvr.-d wa* Sirretary RidJIe of the
Ch.unli r of Comm'ree. In intrndii*
i"g flccTi-tnrr Riddle l>i. He.'dlitkr
ay that. jn«» a* Dunn i» “the livlie-u
«••• i. urni'-r the »ur-.” Jutt so he had
• 'Mind See i-tary Kiddle to be the Hv
t Sivrc'.arr of Commt-m unde;
-1** ton, that not :n hi* experience
at-il be foot'd a man *» murk inter
"•ted in his nark ns Mr. Riddle, end
r.o trfcrri- hai. he found a man who
hail given hi.* timi and thought to
Iht- publicity in eonneotiou with the
com.n.: nf .he U. 8. Social Hygiene
■ixh.bition. 0.1 had M -. Kiddle.
The Sc* rotary of the Chamber ol
(Y.aUB"i-re gave (mutinied praise to
'he work bring done and expressed
.in- hope that Dunn will appropriate
(be mall sum of money neccsury
do Dunn to Have a retant en
g-igcmcnt of thr exhibition. This, he
•:itd tv thu suilisntt. Might be ban
alien the exhibition bad finished it
tovr of the county which would re
■tuirs two weeks.
I he show.ntr- in county closed at
durulrvc). Saturday, Sep ton her 11.
Iccratary Kiddle 'aid he would do ml!
m Ms power to bring the exhibition
yack to Dunn for the 11th and 14th.,
dad possibly 14, and Id, of Septem
Mir. Before the exhibition removes to
Kobe son county to taka up its
mo-ith's itinerary there. Ha has pro
.uiaad to see ttw city officials today in
ndcr to give Dr. Hardliaka an an
wer by Wednesday. The third speak
r of .he evening who made the eloa
,ig address was the Roe. K. 1. Olive.
. he jiartot of the church, who express
d h's pleasure and that of the enureh
i huvmg this great Social Hygiaoi
i xhihiUen as the guest of the church
I'd expressed his approval and en
i,orrement of the great moral goer
ring accomplished in the spread of
via educations! propaganda amons
• Hr people of this nation.
The literature- distributed at thi
vca'ng meetings for men consist' d
- l a number of pirces special among
kick were one called “Man I'owor’'
or men. another called “Keeping
i'll,” for boys, nnc called "Parent’!
!'art“, for fiithem and mothers, and
the fourth a “List of Books" oo So
'll Hygiene for home reading. Thu
I tt of books was choacn by a com
:.little appointed by the Government
. jnsirting of, former Surgeon Gan
c-xil Blue of the Public Hsallh Ser
ve. present U S. Commissioner ol
s.duration, Dr. Claxton. and Presi
«. -nt Em- rituj Charles W. Eliot of
i-urvard. The list has b*vn formed to
ike place of the many irresponsible
>o -. eugenic* ana vex nygiwit
jbliuhrd and eold broadcast by ip
. vriraiaatc people Thera are booki
fv parent* to read who have children
i X to twelve yean of age in order
t fit they may know what to tail
I >em. Three booki arc written in the
• ‘iry-lnr.d of icicncc.
There arc book* for boy* clever.
. fourteen, fourteen to eighteen, fo>
rl< thirteen to eighteen, for young
< .if.’fr'l people, for the married, for
i .truer*, cixlol hygiene worker*, etc
1 or euch at did not attend the meel
-g», and for tho*c who did attend bal
•' U not receive all of thin literature,
l ic nformation i* given that any unc
< I* the above piece*, or a complete *et
ft thin literature, may be received
I c* of all tharge by addraseing a
j >et card to the 8tate Board of
Thr ihowing* at Duke will be a*
f illowe: Saturday afternoon to wo
. or only, Saturday night to men
! ily. Both thier thowlng* will be in
i «• auditorium in I.-wln Park. On
*:nnilay the exhibition will be in Ir
in Park when an out-of-door *how
- • c will be given at 1:30 in the even
tg. The film to be vhover* will bo a
i .o', ion-pic turn drama which all may
: i- ad, lather*. mothers, and all pen
-u. of both KXCV
Every reddent of the county ia urg
I to come out to wi thaw free mov
' ,g picture*, hoar the lecture* and
...-t reading matter, and after you
! avc attended one of tho meeting*,
; .u are urged to pau the good word
-ilonff and become • boonUr In the
***** advocated by former Su>ynn
General Blue of the U. S. Public
lleallh Service who. in an eddrets in
which hr declared thin to be the
crcntrrt health movement of all time*
•JTted that, “a* we have made the i
world tafe for Democracy, let un now
moke it safe for our potted!)-.** |
OUR SANK .
— invites your business and guarantees you a degree of
service and safety seldom attained by any institution.
Let us tell you about our Savings Department
DUNN. —. NORTH CAROLINA
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For a LIMITED period we are ghringaew and
regular customers. with each Vacuum Cup
Tire bought at our store, ooeMToaTestadr’
Tube of corrapoodfaig rise. Buy NOW I
fcyg^nxx^y ty antidpsting^yw Spring and
Tliis institution will use
this space to entertain you
with some interesting
about Dunn and its bank
WATCH FOR THEM
STATE BANK AND
a TUOS. N. thaxton a
a ui Sarrayar *
a IbaW AaarluM At tar U a
a Hm a# infiitMn a
a im ass a
Ohm. — Marik Caralfea a
OS. ACTIIIAU a
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Wfkr far Htaratorr raarrn*- a
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• lilrSIriESS LOC.M
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OK SALK. — MAS \ CARRIAGE
. new. * >4 .is iurl c co •
.■ on. Will Mcrdift fot n_t •
•li.*. Call phone No 2*7, n 1,-1 V
Oil SALE — TRACT OF ~MN
' m iand, containing *13 acre
hi acre* in cultiration. wiih thro
iem huuec*. Located on llalript
and Fay> Uaville old *U*o roni'
thteo mile* north of Cod win. flv
mile* front Duke, > t all** fr.-ur
Dunn, in Cumberland count}. Wil’
*ell on eaay term* Ste me it u-ur.
e*ted. E. *. Godwin, Dunn, N >. 4
3 27 4t pd.
WANTED—THREE OR FOUR VbJR
malted room* for light hou-vheep
ing, or -mall cottage. No children.
Apply at C'aig'e Hakery. 17 if.
.'OR SALE—A CANE MUX COlT
P'Y pan. Will toll reaaonublr. Ap
ply to J. B. Week*. Dun-., R 2
.’4 9t pd.
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWN1RJ
—M you hare property to tall,
why not aao the high deUar rood
ortaU man, Ooo. L. Chnaady.
RATTRRY SERVICE—FOR ALL
aaakae of itarting Batterlei a Hr
rlco that It Jurt aa thorough, fuel
a* dependable, Ju«t aa peUtataklng
far other makoo of Ba*torlca aa it
la for tho EXIDE. USE EXIDE
SERVICE REGULARITY. SMITH
BRICK FOR SALE.—READY FOR
Immediate tloHrcry. Nrteberrj
Broa and Cowell, Dunn, N. C.
IOHN W. HODGES IS BACK ON
the job under the water tank and
U ready to aerve yuU again. See
him for ecirrn doom and window*,
porch furniture, florrer eland:, etc.
Old furniture repaired.
FARMS FOR SALE^I HAVE SEV
craJ farm* located in Harnett.
Sampson and Johnston counties. If
r»« went to buy a farm ire me at
once. Good locetJon, in dost mbit
communities. Also desirable town
property for sale, including several
residences See. N. R. Lee. If.
HAVE TOU THOUGHT OF THE
Battery so year ear? If anythin*
*oes wrong with the Battery an
year ear seats in end tell our Bat
tery Department about it—w* are
•are ws aaa remedy it und our acr
sieee are at year command at all
ttmea. SMITH A MsKAY
NOTICE — PEOPLE DEbIRING
homes should 1st thsir wants be
known to the man who can buy a
real bargain for yon. 8e» Gee. L.
Caanady, the real estate man.
Dann. H. C.
WE HAVE FOR SALE A NICE
farm near Bunnlrrel containing
345 acres knows as A T. I'ender
gram Farm, two rood dwelling
houses and all neccaaary outbiuld
in**, 300,001) feet pins timber.
Land suisble for cotten, tobacco,
end grain. We can sell this farm al
a bargain and on easy terms, Sev
us about it. Wade RAIty Co.
FOR SALE—AROOM HOUSE AND
lot un Magnolia Avenue and Carr
street. Good cash price. J. F.
Suriea 81 tf.
Swims With Baby For
Help For Her Husband
Launch I. Which Whitehurst. W.r.
Beating Struck hy Lightning
Morrhsari City, Aug. 28 • —A gaso
line launch. In which Claude White
hurst, his wife and three small chil
dren were rtdin* this week off- the
shore of Morehcad City. wa» .truck
by lightning. Mr. Whitchn st vn
was knocked unconscious. dying
shortly after arriving at a hospital.
dr-. \Vhltehur't and her children .**
*' ‘u J u *l»ght shock and recovered
: ' • kly.
.;»ltv ut'tvr revoveiing from
lie *'rv Whitehurst went to
.he cni 'i'i* i.M.m, %••>»«••»• .dv, found her
hu«u«t«;| «•irr.pl'. toly h«dpl.-»* with the
pirton *-o«| gf il>< r igim- U atieg h<#i
n the • tnplc. Mrv. Whitehurst wan
nut sir.»ng i.oourh to emuve her buv
tand friiin !]i» hazardous position and
*»n iquemJy «tup|.cd th. engine.
Aft.r the injured nan had bean
.'emover! to a place of safely Mrv
Whit*hu si tried in um to start the
c"*'»nc again By thia time the little
lour.ih wa> drifting about. With no
•V tan.-- in atght Mr*. Wbtehuot
did the only thing left fo: her. Strup
pitn; * life preserver around her
y»»umt«-v child ami one on hnr*clf sho
-warn ashcro for aid. Hero «he wail, si
or a long turn- for help About night,
iftrr having become exhausted and
rantic with the grief at thr thought
of not being abl<- to render help to
1c. husband and children a man came
.long and helped her get the boat
Vr Wh.tohurst wm taken to a hoa
P •!, wi»t.A* no ind without regain
u * -«i» . nc.. -drt. Whitehurst'
n» u igv „ wa.« TC.'.t through ail
l* trying ordeal
%*>.• d 7 ‘Hi • ?»•«;. » Wei
kno\. • lr.: .• • Iji :rUv. • .
e c*nl effo-l U, i\i:. ;b
h • n.*' .! • d .rj ' well. W| tdmv
lr. .. - -ll.igM*. I .1 i, \. i i*. •. tied 0u;
>f a juo l» uilucuit, ali thr more r««
»on why a thorough finiah of it U ex
peeled of thu boy, and he known full
well it is expected of him, that every
horde's ha«T»ej*e be property adjusted,
that the ends of tow* be plowed
closely up to the fence, and that *v
iry dump be carefully hoed around.
Not only, ia this youngster Uught
th‘.>roujrhnc»i.l but dogged ncieirtencc
** well, and a* an illustration of how
bo ia aoiUMing this trait, a recent ex
perience will serve. Some hoga had
got ;n the held by accident one morn
ing and he with hit. dog wan given
the job of gelling thorn out. The
huge prove pig-hcodtd, os they vory
often do, and it took the boy from
early rooming until three o'clock in
Un afternoon io get them out; but
hr stayed with tham do op without
his dinner until the Job an. dene.
Av.ythli'g worth doing is worth do
ing rent and I hope avc>y 11ufr. ..
*»e i a.inci dud l> tcarhioc hia boVJ
th> ©oi;hii s< c r.'acy, und dogp.d
' r i ll r.tes Them qualities, along
r.'ilh honc.tiy and common --n»c mn..c
fal men—wherever they urc
and whatever lliey Do. — site i’ro.
gi easivv Karmcr
A radio method of guiding veasrlr
through fog In the Anbrnw Channel
in N. w Yolk Harbor has been ti ,c<l
out *•> the Navy Dvpartmant
I'nliee ths h'edriul Kramer hank
gift fviii rous financial aid to the
canning industry this fall there will
be a shortage of canned goody. Cleve
land bankers were told recently.
Chicago has proved that wont' n
are in politics to stay by arraigning
several of them on charges p*’ voir
COFFINS x CASKETS
i F unerals are solemn things. They inspire us with awe. At
best they but accentuate the vanity of life. But, since they
must come to all, it is a comforting thought to know that
ihcr solemnity can be surrounded with that evidence of
tender love which is^hsured by our undertaking depart
Lvery errort has been made in this department to dull 1
i the edge of the keen blade of grief. Our men are schooled I
in that most commendable of all human characteristics— j
! sympathy. The unpleasant tasks of burial are underta- j
ken by them with a thorough understanding of the pangs
that are in the hearts of the bereaved. They serve with a
genuine spirit of service.
This department is equipped as thoroughly as is the
best undertaking establishment of the country. It num
| bers in its personnel a licensed embalmer and carries cas
kets that range in price up to $1.000.
Look this department over when you come to town
Dunn, N. C. Coat., N. C. j ;
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We can sell you a A Ij We represent ihe |
farm anywhere in three I gl ■* j^k Atlantic (oast flcai.y
M MAM ml to.—Let us sell Hour
Statee- m*"44 “ land at auction.
We have listed for sale a large number of farms located in all sections of Virginia.
These farms are of all sizes and the prices on all of them are very low. Come into our
office and let us tell you about some of them.
—. — ' ALSO
We have some nice farms located around Dunn, for sale. TTiey range in size Lr.m
20 to 500 acres; in price from $20 to $450 per acre and terms, from all cash all the way
to 20 years. Let us show you some of them.
Wade Realty Co.
Dunn* :: Not th Carolina