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N'oraan Dmau, tka Bcaiea hay
Vie k*i cotahUaucd a Daoikiai at
•elrkal caatmctfcg *-ai*-im in Pitta
twirt, ««• km (he ether eight u
k!« wap tram leeeea keck «e Ike
«taat town. Wa had set an Keenan
far a decaw yean, ar nan, cad wan
(rt*l to ran aarau kin again. Be
<5** of Dean's Sue gaalNaa-4**
1* pat ever Ug thingi aad aeaar
if acted ary-thin* It eeold net flalih
tzA dl that eaet of *Mwg ft made
ue fowl real geed to hear hies cap
was wsam nrirll KXvHi
tlkM >»jr If there in the Pennsyl
nnU bds when tbs gnat mffls nQ
eat steel girders for the bridges and
skyscrapers and fails for ths railways
of the cartk
A»l we get to tfc<ekb« aboat aU
•* thj—wondering Jaat hew nock
theta really ig to ear fine tows'* fine
•aputatloa, sad how mech apple
'•w than !» mixod with tho tas
front »r put up. This lad as to ana.
!rga on the thing, oar town Beads,
the th*ngs It can got aad tho thing*
h eaa got along without.
Then nn lets of thin** wo aead.
AC of them wll! cost taasseyt—and
*oner, .P of a* will admit, is .W
the merest thing aronnd hare. Ths
trtele problem moists Itself fate n
ooett’or of money. Far nsarty two
yaaes w* hare boon tcdog oanUsas
that wc an poor. Ws an alnuot m
▼bond (hat th.*« b tras. Than an a
h*i of oar faft who harse’t an aadi
*"J!oy m they thought they had than
• non ago. Bat they um hod. for
that matter. Still wo Bad Sinaia In is
dawn is the habeas of tho pocket tat
**«* to appease tho Try sort. ■ m
***** bora of tho sriU, oawtaa day*
of too maeb money.
Whaa ws think Of tho worthwhile
thing* Dana has —-r-iplfabsd. how
■any do wo call to mind that wars
daring tbs hccfic days of
1918 to 19S8T Tns*. w* waat wild
•nr stack sad bad. Oar nils kin
awn almost wholly aslfldt—afansd
primarily at pOiag ap man moan
f •* tho iadMdaal Oat of oB of than
.. _ Upht and power pro
>«*—oil oat wMla wa war* poor.
Ow »aw teheel piajaat wa. pertet
« *ftn »c returned to ear normal
. •» pwartp. Nearly ,a of aar
amrefaatartap profit* warp km
• aad had their hert *»ewth fa. norm!
**■“ wWah am BtOa different fro.
8°, Maabaw. we are eoweiaced
*"•* we are aot very far Aran oar
wtml rendition. If weU Je* get t.
in normal term., wa* be all
®** "*** f«r aar laak of money
U that wa hare not ganged ear ex
panditarea to aernal. TMe la eeidaae
«d kp Ike mum in Metap* depart
neata af local km Daaa he* a
popalatiaa af about t,H4. Duka kaj ~
a population af ahead |liw pm
Dike kea aaeiag. aaeewntTtmntaw
flU^M while Dm ha. IwZ
la Averaeboie tewnaWp thm are
£pn»tnatal, 1MM p^pla. Of
■*» *taao» 2^o«
"to erne ameer dboaiff mo mourn
^ U remark that at a dollar I
• •‘•efc H will take a perm a arilBaa I
' «••<**.-*•* l.OH ftU —lUZZ
knktaf IMM . w^k Mil ■*„
1111^9 ii4 ifirnJ h(mft
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Ml two nWoI ‘-T'Htnij —«- M
ftiuxj"T!!i f**1 *' ‘w»
!!!? ** »m n* tw
•* *• h*» of Dm I
0* 4omT Slrw^MkVliwr** I
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111 ijj.i— Hnat
it hilt m»,000. Tho late recto np
weatad win do tho not of tho bu
tll« W a® taaoa as tho prefrr
tti *7^ *** r<N h da
Sack a cotton min will fht
!*•*■«• to many XamiBee. Tk«.
famnioo w® hart ta be Imported
«*har loealitw*. Uomen w® have
la be bollt for tbam by -.be mill earn
?aay. They w® have to bay etoUiap.
•ood, fan\!lore anijf other thing*.
Thera la net one phase of community
®a that tireoe famiUco arm not af
foet. leery boots cu concern In toon
*» prof! by their codling. The
•with of the community will be hi
There ooenu to be no chance la
'ooa oe Ihi* project. It la worth your
:oajMention. Buppom you toll the
rHambcr’i olciali what you think
~.t the matter and whither or not t-ioy
nay depend upon you to help In mak
f Dana a bettor and more prosper
vwr >M lew
t>u*m m the flue* of North Ckto
town to report Ittclf “over
the top" with Ite fi.OM Jewish Relief
Part quota. A bulletin from State
'leedqosrtert hfondsy stated that the
*•«* town under the <sn hud attain
oA Its quota ond more on the first
day of solicitation.
XeD. Holliday, chairman of the
luliciutlon. committee which cem
?rt«sd McD. diottiday, did the work
following the fine Meeting held Sun
day night when Dr. John A. ion. ,g.
ire wed a onion meeting of all the
rbwrche* on the subject of Jewish luf.
Coring in Rorepe ad Asia.
Pfcw businet* men in Dunn failed
to “come across" far this worthy ob
ject, few faded to glee liberally,
[hum feels good over having done It*
bit (s such good time.
TheW an twenty-four owner* of
inilding lots h> Dunn who are unable
:• build bone* they wish to build for
k« reason that there Is no agency
ihrough which they can borrow the
Then are scare* of othciu who
would buy building lots If then was
» con Tenant agency through which
■hey could got money to bn3d homos.
However, if a building and loan
uaociation were formed with only
*eao as Its supporters, tittle asUsfee
■**7 pregres* could be made. Every
nAaeriber weald want to borrow
^■ht at the beginning.. Much time
would be required to satiefy all of
hem and some would have paseed
myoad the naed tot earthly homes
this there was sufileient money ia
he treasury to build their homest
Bud, the man who Mm to build
1 borne lo not the only beneficiary
4 such an association. He should not
* expected to bear aU of the bur
Isn of financing It. hand ownerx,
milder*, dealers in baJMlng supplies,
aryeaters, furniture dealers, merch
aU and budnem men of a’l kinds
-all of these profit through the
wilding of homes in the community.
Svsry nice home that goes up in
>unp adds value to rverything it
Every land owner, every merchant,
very banker should help la flisn; t*
bul’d'r* sad lean association. «e>
r_.v Middle and Dixuctor Newbscry
f the Chaatber of Comme.cc tie
om engaged in planning such an !t>
litut-ea They may call on you for
clp wfea they get that plan ready
»r submission to the public.
You rimuld help thews, for the
prime object of the project it to hetp
O UVTT-3 CU3 DUNH •
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Ajj woe b me; woe, wee. Aj pises
Craxp Kit for the hefty brick mm
tlcts heaved at hb dome by the ini.
m:iab!e Ignat* Mice, eo pines me!
Albrecht wilt not be with as again
•i; leader of der beeg Dun Band.
Krt* Jhokior baa resigned—and hb
resi^r-al-on has done gone and been
ha more will wa ate Mm regaled in
t •« drew uniform of a Knight Temp
er—bat' feathers aad all—parading
tt the head of Dann’s melodious no
alcal melange and a-wavin’ ef hb be
long to puli the fellow* over tho
rough spots la “Buyal Military Band”
Do you wonder that grief grapplea
vruhout heart and strangles ns to
Henceforth Schmidt will devote his
[tltenlloa* to editing that boat Demo
eratie paper in Baaner township,
wobmloii county, and replying to Ex
-■» Parker. Sometimes ha will And
i tfcssa to come down kero, but things
Trun't be Hke they were. Well not
■ I** hta» to brag of and joke with
when it cornea to matters of muaie.
Lieutenant Bchsaldt tendered his
iv-’gnntkni when he found that in
cctoit was waning in too hearts of
ihoso foliowa who make up the cor
net jectioa. Some of them probably
d repairing of avor reaching the
Henry Shell stage of perfection just
would not attend practice. Without
them instruction to the other fellows
war worth little. SeWdt felt that
he could not give the boy* their mo
ney's worth, so his resignation waa
This possibly would bare meant the
end of the band had not Gena Loe
t-'Uf to the rescue. Ha called a meet
i<>g. guve the fellow* a good lecture
untl planed the organisation on n
TUI* meeting was bold night before
lam. lfr. Lee waa elected president
of the organisation, Sam Ferrell was
ejected manager and Harper Holliday
waa elected secretary and 11 earn i ei
...... um; wxe di gincwr mu un
dered to Henry O. Shell, kta baud
l. »d or with th« mrau fereee of
Uccla earn, who ha. not a. yet decid
ed to accept.
However, the hand is feint ahead.
Vhr follow* have made wondorful
r-oprcsj under Liaatenant Schmidt's
leadership and they will ceatlnoe to
develop if Mr. Shell acccpta their
iovltatlon to baeom* their loader.
1‘resident La* ha* planned n series
of concert, to begin aa man aa the
weather permit, and ordsra moo will
be placed for nifty uniforms for the
■nlire outfit—maluna it unnaeeaaarv
for thorn uTZZZ. xZIZZZZ
ers next time they parade.
You certainly have to hand it to
Ouse Republicans whan it cernes to
rating Democratic applicants far
,w<t office position. Thoy are “there”
with Ou. good ok applsea’ce. Coneid
or. if you will, Eugene T. Lee—dor
nine year, holder of the office of
postmaster here and aa applicant
along with several others
for the Job now. b there a better
i-iiusatcd man in Dunn *t«e OanoT
At we remember it ha waa plugging
uwuy at text book, an til somewhere
lion? about l»Of. when the Agricul
tural and Mechanical college of
V rjrth Carolina granted him some
tori of a degree which atamped him
u flail'.ad civu t:«gu;c«. •.U.c.* ;Ju.
tin:# He !•*> rtsd *.<•.£'isi?;.
•ufeKh .— -:.u_ •:.< thv* „ 1^- . ni
ui-cli.r-: a u -r T.—:■ ) hx* .►•• ,'t; t.
*t»r.y ai ciii'jti i-c- .•. »MA»:r,a<
t r.n.i.. ;o-.:'dvr os
fa!; ■ •..* t, ".1 i.V'/ uci .c.y.t.
<tvr>* 'vai Vnrl e* wit’tfr" ai f.'*c*
irntba it j(T to give h!m a pood
*h!i.'C vr.ti t'l* "«!#:!’’ Tjjvko i'3c
Ita was uire lhtt he «pon!d get a
murk pond enough to overeom* or.;
woak point that might develop in oth
•t phase* ol the cxamlnalim-.. We
Bat whan the 0. O. P rated Gent,
wa found that ha wam’t considered
an educated man ah alt. He rated
wnjr dawn in the M’» an edacatioa,
but high enough en other qualities
to make his gen era] average above
M and ahead of everybody else on
tha Hit, Bat, having rated "him not
■o well educated, tha power* that be
will la all probability find that Cap’s
Bill Holland is better fitted to an
the jab. Gap's BIO la bettor educated
In tile ways of the Republican party.
Few Issse tills
Cov. Morrison is strongly urging
oor people on 0»s terms to tasks more
of their gardens than they have made
heretofore. The agricultural depart
ment has employs* a trained garden
er to giro instruction in this impart
ant branch of agriculture and it la
Imped cur people wfl] avail themaelvej
of Hia wisdom and experience. Our
finest gardens, as a rule, aro not in
the country at all, but In tbs towns.
FVmcn who put all their energy in
the raising of cotton and tobacco can
da nothing alas. A good garden with
its varied vegetables not only pro
luotoa economy, but good health as
wull. A* the Governor says, sorry mo
lames, white side bacon and mouldy
corn bread htviia peiagra and nr*
the poorest of nourishment for grow
'us children. A well euMratod ger
•m would nppty the table with «v>
• y''»ls* n .cHutjr far badUy rigor,
i-'ucmg the boll weevil, our eottoi
;reran cgireially arc edmoaUhad to
(TO more attention la their yard ana.
1 he hog comae next to the qudbtette
af vwvntial thing* on the farm Some
progress has boon made In he* nit
re, and the department in voody to
help in every poesibla way in the pre
vention end cure of dioeaeee to which
the hog la prevalent. Poultry iiimii
next on the catalogue. Two hand red
-htekene on a farm would-egga
.'or breakfast with a bakad fowl every
now and then to vary the mean. »«vd
yet we have known farmer*, with
hundred* of broadoerot, to go to town
to buy thoir eggs. The dairy basinets
is tbs last eo the list bat by no means
the least. It Is mentioned last h+*oart
*f the splendid progress that is
made m the jniprtrvtmeet of cattle.
At Ike Orphanage them 1> one of
the finest herds in the Mate, and 410
children hare all the fine fresh milk
they can drink. It is tha heat of all
foods for children and a ^
h«y» his milk and haUar ia on Us way
to the poor house. Them four essen
tial* hare been sadly neglected by oar
fanning people, thousand* of whom
are trying to maim cotton and tobac
co. »t star ration prices, pay for all
tK«y should raise at boom. Them was
never a bettor time Q»«. n^w tor
ovary farmer to determine to supply
hi* table with his own vegetables, his
own pork, his own poultry and eggs
and hi* own batter and milk.—Chair
Twenty members of tha Ladies’
Blblr Clam of Divine Street Metho
dist church mat with Mia. Dwight
***** hit Monday afternoon in her
homo • on West Broad Street
Tha business meeting eras prasld
•* «W by the president, Mrs. W. 2.
Baipea, after which the member on
J°ywd a social boor. The hoetess, ai
•*•♦4, by Mas dames Kay one Parker
aod Robert Sarins, served delicious
fntit salad with angel eako.
Gad via News
Mile Eloiae Connelly of Grays
Creek spent the weok end la Godwin
with her sister, Mr*. C. W. Spell.
Edmond Graham re turned Tuesday
from Fayetteville where ha vlsltod
Mimes Clarebcl Rdgerton and Lu
«UM McIntyre Spent Friday in God
win with Mias Ruby Turner. Mr. and j
Mr*. Eugene Taylor of Raleigh, aTc i
rMiMn* Mrs. Taylor’s sister, Iv**.
Mr. send Mrs. C. W. Spell were bu
siness visitors in Fayetteville Wed
H. J. Ortarkxmp has rviu-nrd to i
Charleston, S. C. after spending tome '
time in Godwin with relati/cu.
E. C. Markham end C. TV. Spell
were visitor* In Dunn Monday.
C. B. Mason spent Sunday in God
win with friends
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V/i'lej J. y.diei
v • ! ■» V.y;> fbe bcilnt Rrrau
n*Ji new* ijir.ftd that
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-•* <*l ay b«2l cuttemcT* ontli
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S ■• .A/W, i>UKN, M.C.
THE MAN IN OVERALLS
The First National Hank welcomes the Man in Over
alia—cordially, whole-heartedly. We welcome hie wife
—we welcome his children. It is with os a matter of
pride that wa watch over the welfare of the Man in
Overalls. Wa like to soo him at oar Bank. Wo want
him to keep here his hard earned doOara. The hard
hands of bon eat labor arc more honorable than the eoft
hands of dishonorable indolence.
—We, too. are workers in Life’s treat
factory and we welcome oar Brother
Worker—life Man in Overalls.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAM
- Dunn, North Carolra* , J|
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
(F. O. B. DETROIT)
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16.1922 i
Tractors . 1_4_$395
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These are the lowest prices of Ford Cars ;
in the history of the Ford Motor Company.
Orders are coming in fast, so place yours
promptly to insure early delivery.
J. W. Thornton
I Dunn, North Carolina i
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. Uaton to what Mr. O. B. Tow, of Coopor, N. C„ 8ar»:
Ml wrote to Tko Ooportwol «f Aaricakor*
MEALVltOMlA wao Wtter tko« oaodSLl far
JJorTSi&,~"*‘"“1-v,w,nA to '“S' i
m£Tlvw>£^ **B«TT at DUNN for
HKALVMONIA or for roar fortlHson.
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Lee Covntjr Cotton 03 Conpany
SANFORD, NORTH CAROLINA
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Delivered ul c.zy !.■>•.. c *n toivn
AT-—------luc Per Quart
Special prices C£ la.-;;av ^uanlldea
Con now furnish a for? j*j-.e jTjrtlw custumors
THE WHH r 1 OAi HY Co.
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Ifyou n«d fevti.L^; or *r-,7 Uiri of materUU, in- j’
eluding soda act' £-.VJ;;Lj L IiU we v-iil be glad to ->
•ell you direct, c; e. • r at ing ia llii* line for W
yarn cotton or <-:.r.ccn ..t-c j.l that are attractive i i
and that you w:/. nci he „ L.'c iz> brat any where or
equal at many V*c * *#’1 ***: CtzA io t&vc you call < •
and talk th« matter evt; \ »-.*!• ,t.# ! I
See us to stvo xamuty at vr ere cceuis Tor interna- ;;
; bona! Agriculture Ccvp^siio~, vni la* Maccot Lima *,
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W. advise yon iZ rLfT~*ntrs*r*&*Ptgf>k'
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i Dunn. '.’ rt'.'. Carolina
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