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Claud* Felton, o 1 Savannah. Oa.,
It hero to vhit relative*
E. F. Young spent several day*
of thil weak in Near Bern.
Salad and sandwiches arc being
«oM dally at the tilft Shop on fourth
floor of the First National Bank
Fire Wednesday night completely
destroyed the dwelling formerly, oc
cupied by Mr. Moore at the northern
edge of (own.
Miea Margaret Moor* Mill i*uve
this waek for Iwonneonie, Maryland,
after (pending several ds>* iier» with
Mr*. O. C. Womble and children
have returned heme after spending
several day* In Sar.fenl and Gold
star) with relatives.
Miss Pauline Dominick returned
Tuesday to Walteiboro, S. O. after
epending the Chrstmus holidays with
Mrs. E. B. Culbrcth
Mr. and Mr*. T. I. Vaughn and
their little son have returned from
Buchanan, Va.. where they (peat the
holiday* with Mrs. Vaughn's parents.
Mr. and Mr*. Earl Maynard have
returned to their home In Washing
ten after spending the holidays here
with Mrs. Maynard's parent*, Mr and
Mrs. R. F. Jemigan.
Mr. and Mr*. Elll< Goldstein, Min
Homllc Goldstein and J. J. Goldstein,
have returned from Auguda, Ga.,
where they had •pent several day*
with Kills Goktoten's mother.
A. A. Weaver and Miss Myrtle
Jackson were marred hero at the
homo of Rev. John J. Laigrion, pas
tor of the Christian church, last Mon
day night. Mr. l-angrton officiated.
Albert L. Baker, with the Willis
Music Company, Cincinnati, is. here
to direct the production of the Dunn
Concert Band minstrels which are to
be staged at an early date. Rehear
sals have already started.
Rev. E. N. Johnson will preach
at tha First Baptist church Sunday
morning on “Christ Glorified in
Dunn.” Sunday evening his nib;ect'
will bo “The Appeal of the World
and the Demand of Christ.”
Dr. Wallace E. C-oltran* wa* carri
ed to Res Hospital in Balcigb Wed
nesday for an operation foe the re
moval of his appendix. The operu
tlon'wax performed Wednesday night
and ha la now resting easily.
Chicora Chapter ef the U. D. C.
will hold its regular monthly meeting
Wednesday afternoon January 11th
at 8 o’clock In the Woman's Club
rooms Every member is expected to
-attend. Visitor* cordially invited.
Captain J. W. Whitehead has caus
ed to be erected around the waiting
rooms of tha AtlaxiUr Coast Lino Pas
senger stations a stockade which will
heap vehicles out of the way of pat
ten gars. He has also built up the
ground around the rooms with ground
oyster sheets that add much to the
appearance and comfort of the place.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Manly Morton,
returned missionaries from South
America, will tell their experiences
in a lecture at the Christian church
Sunday morning and evening in the
interest of the Woman's Missionary
Society. Mr. Motion 1* a North Caro
linian, having been supported in his
work as a missionary bv lire Chris
tian church of Wilson. The public Is
cordially Invited to the Christian
church Sunday to hear them.
Mr. sad Hn. C. Manly Morton
missionaries, will occupy the pulpit
at tfaa Christian Church next Sunday.
Mr. Morton is ona of the moat active
missionaries of tha Christian Church.
He has spent several years in Para
guay, Sooth America, and ha* a won
derful fond of information about
that country. He comes to Dunn to
inform the people of the wonderful
(Opportunities for wirvicc in Pam
(usy. He will apeak at 11 o’clock in
His morning. A cordial Invitation to
attend is extended to tha public.
A bog raised by the late William
B. Jackson weighed 838 pound* when
killed and drafted at Mr. Jackson's
home In 8ampaon county laat woek.
Another hog owned by W. Almon
Jackson, a son of the lata Mr. Jack
son, weighed 800 pounds when killed
at the same time. These hogs were
the hugest of a big herd raised by
the Messrs Jackson last year. They
were competing for supremacy in
sise. They bare been for tevoral
yean the largest raiser* of hog* in
Sampson county, killing every year
ctoee to 8,000 pounds of pork.
Transfers of Real Estate
The following rani attain transfers
were recorded by Register of Doods
Paacotte during tha week:
Cart Barefoot and wlf* to Marrtn
Wad# Co., lot in Dunn, $2,000.
J. D. Borne* to Robert MoNsIll,
lot near Dana, $800.
H, T. Spear* and wife to 9L 0.
Santos, 1 1-2 acre* in Uttingtea, for
S. A. Bain to 0. L. Holmes, let ia
Uriah Hobson to G. L. Ingram, 88
aeraa In Anderson Creek. $1,000.
9. B. Faquay to J. M. Grocery, 8
tract* la Aaderten Croak, 102 aeraa,
9. L. Mam to H. C. Mann, 18 serai
la Hector* Creek, $788,10.
9. M. Gregory te J. B. Fuqua jr, I
traeta, 102 aeraa, ia Aadorsea Creek
Geo. L. Ingram to Uriah Hobsen
27 aeraa la Anderson Creak $1,000
A cusual review of those who at- choir in licuvcn will ho largely aopra
tc«4 church persuades uv that the no.—Palatka (Fla) News.
Thu poatiige atump «Uck* to ila job
and anrlvoa.—Superior < Wi«.) Tele
tlie nail car Kurin* guard* to do a
ah!It in tho dining tar on their off*
doty tlmo.—3cmtlc Time a
It’* all right to bitch your wagon
to ■ it«r. but not to • njovio gut.
They don't atejr httabod Ion* aaoagb.
—Honolulu £>Ue Bulletin.
Tba football liuu aro being gtrtm
Imelom complimentary dine an,
wblli tho prlie ttadasta art fitting
oa atooU at tho lunch eoontern—
Brtetour (OUa.) Record.
Many Unu.u.l Bargain* Am flaw Being Offered At
- - _
Uallat Girl boudoir light.-......Reduced front Ito to gy.BO
Powder Jar .. ... —Reduced from g g to Mid
l.uatrc Vale--- .-Reduced from OlS to BILBO
Card Thblet .. .. ....._ ................. ...M|0
All doll fumllur* at co*t.
All fancy candlct reduced tv :0c cod).
Thc*« baigafita arc bung o freed in ordai to replan'eh our
a'.ork for uprlnrr.
We ilca'.rc to thank liia put? c for its reception of tbe GIFT
SHOP and it* patro&agu during thu holiday aaaton. W« extend
our niaar* for a prutperour New Year.
r°‘‘rtf' PToor Mr*/ Matiauai Bank Building
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THE LIVE STORE-——ALWAYS RELIABLE ,
120 Hay Street—Fayetteville, N. C.
Announcement of the Capitol De
Oar great Janaary clearing enlc will begin Wednesday Janu
ary 11th, and will continue through to Saturday January Slit
a* every body know* what the January Clearing Sale means at the
Capitol It It not necessary to go Into detail?, ee every thing in oar
Dry Ooodv Department, Shoe Department, Ready-to-Wcar De
partment, Infanu Department, Juvenile Department, and Millin
ery Department, will be reduced, or at loaet every article In our
fetor* will be reduced.
The President of
(be Ford Motor Col
Mr. Edsel B.
"We are taking ad
vantage of every U
known economy in |
the manufacture of ttl
our products in order II
that we msy give I
them to the public at
the lowest possible ffll
price, and by so do- RU
ing we feel that wa I I
aro doing the one big I
thing which wiD help I
this country into
times. People era
Interested in prices,
and are buying when
^ prices an right.”
| The enormous de
mand (or Fords
proves that Mr. Ford
place your order
now. Tarxnk if ds
Plant Bed Fertilizer
Used Just So It Will Make
Your Plant Beds Hump
$4.50 per Baa
$45.00 per Ton
! to ®uy ^ our ^ottcn Seed.
1 Will Exchange Mea' or Mealymonia
I Will Sell Lee County Oil Company's
Fertilizers for all C/ops, for Cash or
N. 3, LEE
rurtnrr necj tact ton ta Public
Washington, Jan. 4—A reduction
in the public debt or me thaa $i$o,.
<100,000 dBring December was an
nounced today by Uta Treasury The
total debt on Decamber 81 was $83.
4SX.P»4,361 as compared with $8$,
010,086,026 on November 80. '
The rad union reported today
m.ikes • total ol more than $648.
| vf-OJJOO as compared with December
mo, when the total debt was $88,.
•82.224,108 and a rtoaetlan of mere I
Uum $486,000.00 «s compared with
the total at the end of the pruriaas
quarter oa September 30, 1021, whan
; the debt wai (28.024,108,12$.
One reason why We think Santa
Clans unokes a p‘p« baeauas ha U
-uch a rotten Judge of cigars._Dol
For Greater Service To Oiir Cmtomcri
wo have moved into the store building next to J. L. Hatcher's recently
s acatcd by N. A, Bell A Company. Now we Invito yoo to oee the —
Largest and Prettiest Grocery Store in Dunn
Through this move we are enabled to serve our customers better,
easier and more economically for the reaeon that we have a building
whoae sire and convenience permit larger business, more sanitary sur
roundings and the institution of better service.
You will find it more economical than ever to trade with us new
and w# art anxious for an opportunity to prove it to you.
A Rat Broad* 6 U |« Time. A Yaw,
Aacaaf•■§ Taa Yn»a« tm a Uttar
«'=“™b':r th'*. Wi wan a* too
“• *£• «»* nt~ °« • pi*. ot RAT
SNAP. It«. a mrt rat and mice le
irtrcytr. It’i eanvaniart, coma* In
c!k* •"****- Mammilla. rat
after killing -leave* Bo anel) Cata
dl>fi •‘'.".’‘.i0*11* It. Throe .Itti,
***i *1-1® Sold and guaran
“ts* *>«* •«*Grma
thnm, W ilson and Lee.
“Tha Farmer*. Went f..aj_Rata.
The Farmer*• Bait
f. Thaa. are tU- word", „f jaakes Bax
£r* “Kvef *inc* I tried RAT
SNAP I havr a)wayi kept it In tha
ho«f- N»"f fwi*- Uaad about IIM
worth of RAT SNACt a year and ftg
grrd It eave. me »J00 In chteka, ewn
nnd feed. RAT-SNAP la convenient,
injt break ap cake. no mixing with
“thf! tooS." Three elae*. *6e, «6e,
I1.2B. 8o!rf and guaranteed by**
Butler Brother*. Heed 4 Grantham.
Wilton and Leo.
We carry a full line of heavy and fancy groceries, fruits, vege
tables, bakery goods, confectioneries, etc., and are prepared to mb
you the most attractive prices. All orders will be given prompt atten
tion and be delivered on time. B
We are always anxious to buy country produce at the prices.
We taka this opportunity, loo, to express our sincere to B
our customers for the fine support they have given us in past years mi
to assure them that we will always strive to merit their confidence.
W. D. HOLLAND I
I Our Greatest Semi-Annual Clearance
Sale starts Thurs, Jan. 12
Closes Saturday, January 28, 1922
I WATCH FOR OUR CIRCULAR AND FURTHER
ANNOUNCEMENTS IN THE DISPATCH
I Stores Will be Closed All Day Wednesday, January
I 11th for Remarking and Re-arranging Stock
I Preparatory to the Big Sale.
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