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Coa*to“ fcUp*»«*Wtath nS^Batkch
Aa atp* wanted ia Warns connty
■» taaad trial for inciting U riot nnd
cttcmpting to mardoc mm dmmi
of White folk hr Ihoagfct war* ia Mr
*ay. Bat we da think that the Ba
haa sat a re ry
Eg attba » the Ca
Trm«. a may ha that all each will
aet tad them ha aaacor accented
the Warren fag-'thre. Bat 4a pieced
eat it there with all ha preadas. aer
Worth Carotin« u Bench more far
toaate ia the ahaonee of Balteck than
ft won Id ho artth hie prescaco. It ia
ta ha hoped that the treatment ptvaa
hhe by the Canadian gwroramcat will
attract ta the Dominion all aock aa
hn Be sad hih kind ara a menace
to poser ht North Carolina and a
danger to the rasa they disgrace.
la the legal aapeeto of 4a (tea.
hmatear^ara caa oad me any jotaifl
• lock ia aa aBagad erimineL He ta
wanted for an affkaM h4ph< hr
hhamM and far which two men hams
haaa lyailii nnd a dosaa othcra ara
the ward of the-tit uliF of
North Carolina has hamc raficleat to
Bmmm *** r*tur" of M be.
to doeire U pander ta the targe mm
bar of aagie oatara In hie dtetriet.
ngMCto far hte re tom ara not boa
pram Aa* the State really choeM bo
«baa ratal <p of thr nan. Tbe tteoo
baa paaeed, thank geedcaoe. whan a
BritiA eteeUl era try . cam for
North Carotins caartei
rt AM on a calendar year basis.
Form* IMM far wtaraa af ioctai
0t IMM aad laae aad 1041 far re
Miraa «f incaw. in oaa af 45,000
way ha ehtalaid.ot tka edkv af CaL
Meter of lataraa] Baveaae Qilltew
Ortwiw. Baleigh. W. C, aad the
following branch oflee.: hshrrttta.
Charlottr. Wisrtaa Mia. WBrning
tea. aad Warhingtoa. X. c
Ta fin tel Ptay
MJm Ktlsabeth A. Lay, Plaid Agent,
Bateau of CowwaaUy Drama, Ez
teaoloa Dtehtea of tha University of
North Carolina, Chapa) Hill, X. C.
rate# to Daaa yesterday at <h* la
ctation tf T. L Biddle, Mcretary,
the chamber of raooirii, gad mot
with representative* af tha school
faculty, tha Wwna*a Oak ef Daaa,
and tha ahatehar af .. for
<ko parpoaa af telcdiag aaaaa of tha
Carwliaa Pteymkcra' plays, which
will ha prwdaccd fat Duan hy home
talent during tha latter part af Kereh
far tha benefit af tha local play
fqaif fnt fss4.
Tha plays, “la DUaa’t Kitchen."
Hy WTihur Stoat, la collaboration with
Kline Lay, aad “What Will Barbara
Dot" hy NlnaJo Shepherd Sparrow,
ware w laded.
Miea Lay will retain ta Duaa as
March ISth to begin rehearse la of
tha above sawed ploys.
Partiss at tbsir birth aad ia their,
vigor (lad thoir whole nawn for a-1
Masco ia serving the cans* la which
they toiler*, b ttotr old Sfa, parties ;
go searching around for couses ori
“iswics” popular enough to keep them |
la offle. Power is the ambition that
rulaa them then, aad net the pas
sion to pomade am to a principle. i
Wtou division cornea totwsoa party •
and principle, party dwind lee to the
"organisation’'; the secession of the
people has already begun. Then eft
rues aa interim wtou aid parties seek
nmr issues, aad eld neglected later
eats seek new parties. But new par-!
tiso are net made, they are kero. The
“thini party* ia tmgoos.Til.; the real
"third party” will become the Pint
Party bsrensr ef the rejection ef the
ethers ae uafaithfol to their treat.—
tttVICU AT BAPTIST
CHUBCH CLOSE SUNDAY ,
Sporiel evangelistic aerrteee now ’
hi program at the First Boptto chunk
and being conducted by Ear. Elbert
X. Johnson, poster, will dost with the
evening service Sunday night, after
having rwa for two weeks During this
period thirty eevea mvr sad women
have added their aomoo to the church
roll aad a greater aad more eathe- !
elastic desire to serve has bean in
sBOed’fn the tBtoeh wwwSbocStop gum.
He series ef mss* legs ever told
in Dnn have aroused mere interest
than thee* through which the pastor
sue eadaavered to leach the commu
nity that mule are mved to Christ
••Jy through (ntc, In ovory aortic* |
h» has emphasised this groat truth.
Not one* ha* ha swerved f,*m biv j
pal^i of plain-spoken truth to rasort
ta mar* epee taco lar sad sensational,
won!* aad actions.
Aad hi* work ha* bbrnc fruit bona-'
teouoly. Hu aad hU follow-.i-rlo.-s I
of the church fee! that the mooting*
hat* yielded a 1 siting goad to thei
church aad to tha tows.
Than will ha uo services Saturday.
Sunday services will ha as Battal
ia tha morning at Idt; In the avon
ing at 7 JO. Tha public is cordially
iavilad ta attand them.
The Du an Dispatch repoHs that
alavaa hundred bale* of cotton ware
sold la Harnatt county markets last
waak aad farmers arc incrsasiag their
dapati^h la thp baaha Toe nose*
than a year the farmare who have
sold their crop* hava not deposited in
banks. Thais present course la on*
of the beat signs of the tunas.—Newt
WiH TW* ha • Riuk Far Jury
8 hi ill Now 7
Catawba Vewa-En ta ip ri*a.
Tb* Supreme Court of North Caro
lina tbia weak decided that the juror*
in a liquor cue had tb* right to
•nail and taata the liquid in queetion
before the court la order to decide
whether It wai intoxicating or aat
Now watch the ruah to th* court
hooia* In North Can/lina by patriotic
eltison* echo will bo willing to aarra
their country alnce tbla new privilege
la given to jarora n tb* liquor cut*.
Tha 8aprume Court aaye: "It war
for the jury to decide whether It wae
intoxicating liquor anti It waa par
mi** Ible for thorn to uae their aeru*
of tavtc and caaell la pgaatng upon the
quaatton. They warn not ruatzictcd
to tha teatianony of the c IS can who
acquired the information upon which
they baaed the opinion by the acme
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Now aecoi din gto the Hup trine
•■•••.■it ih* off--• i* will not bars ul: of
:1m; tides th^.ua^U rig to do
‘.-I mi!- r u, 1*4 Cm :at*x:.«‘.i.v .-pta.i
Cr **f the li-oo *. ufnc tjd other on.
2***|V • l:<»t JU»V to _tl.l Ob.-t x.. J,
raislt got bill oar const*.
hOKN SMUNT MU
IS BURNED IN UTIGY
ll'i-sta. o, March I - -John Spraa*
Hill, Koatth DittricI Highway Com
m:*Con*r. wmi hanged and burned la
vOtgy at Hillsboro this afternoon by
■boat three hundred enraged real
ileal* of Oraagc ’ oennty, who took
that way of showing their dissatis
faction over bit failure to follow their
«r'»*ce In the routing of the central
b'ghway thorngh Orange county, the
"lynching*' look place wh*n tswint 17
tnd 22 pttecd at HBaboro and the
rariooa pamengen (aw tha crowd
taka the straw effigy, placard "John
Bprunt Hill.'’ gtrlng It and apply tha
FALL OF BABYLON TO BE
SHOWN AY WHITE WAY
Pl»jr»*T» who hare boon privilcg
al to mo D. W. Griffith’* great ipec
lac'.ea, “Tho Birth of a Nation" and
“Heart* of tho World," will be ia
torated In tho nnaeaseoaont that hi*
recent eoloiuJ production, "The Fill
»f Babylon,” ha* jwt bean accural
for a opeclal Wnwwnt at tbe
From all account* the magnitude of
Ihi* *ppcr-«p*ctaclo U tho most stag
string and startling achievement Hr.
Griffith ha* thus far brought into
being, with mors than 120,000 men
and woman la oaa aeen* of aplendor
that ahowa at) tho eolor, Ilf* and a>
bondonment of hacehanalion tout.
The east of playort, too, la typical of
-■ m .jilIi -i-u i-..i
O.-Xth company, inciting »ueh
i.csMLihed Favorite* u* Constance
.a madgv. Ceoige Fawcett. Mildred
*a rl. Ihfri. Charles Chaplin). Tally
a.thull, Pauline Stark, Siena Owen,
Ale* Rntonu. KaW Bruce, Alfred |>
And Klnto L ocoln.
A Weed Fnn Dr. C. D. Watson
The Dispatch ha* bean requoeted
‘.o publish the following notice, which
appeared in a recent laaue of a reli
gion* publication. Dr. Watson. the
author of the statement u well known
to Dunn people. He delivered a aerie*
of lectures In the local Tree Will Bap
tist church about a year ago and 1*
remembered by many of our cities os
who win ba Interested In the follow
In response to many tnaolries. I
will say that I cam* home in Septem- '
ber after ecven moatha of avangolia
tafr, all broken down with diabetes.
1 have not yet recovered and unless
tkc Lord heals me, It looks as though
my earthly work is about finished.
I am now acvvnty-anven years old,
and hava been preaching for fifty
six years; having preached my first
sermon lo a school hoove near Con
cord, N. H.. In January, IMS, with
the thermometer twenty degrees be
I am looking forward to the glori
ous coming of Jena, and the totting
up of His kingdom on thla earth. The
prospect is fall of light, and 1 spend
my time in constant prayer for all
Cod’* people through the world. I
am at home and am able to go to
church occasionally. Will all who read
this pray for me that God's best may
be accomplished In me and for me?
G. D. WATSON,
1707 Third Ave., Loe Angeles, Cal.
Mr*. T. T. Lanier and Mrs. L. L.
I-evirwon visited friend* at Henson '
hsat Friday. t
Mi* Ruby Holland at Raleigh war
here a ahort while Thurodoy.
J. D. Pope of Dunn spent a few
Mr. Ut)ly Green of near Lilting- (
ton »n. a business vtiltor here Fri
V l. Jloe Hamilton of Dunn is
visiting h»>- aistcr i.ere, Hra Alton |
Mis* Bertha Langdcn of Four Oak*
»p* 'l Monday with Mm. M.
E. T>. Langdon and Wade Bo* a! of
Bet.son were here Monday on bu<i
Mr. and Mr*, f- Lister McKay of j
Duu-I spent Sunday with Mr*. Mc
Kay’s parenU, Mr. and Mr*. J. M.1;
Mies Ethel Morgan of Bor son n ',
Vii’tiug 1 datives here th * w»ik.
Mr. aoid llr*. T. H. Gdnti ipn:
r■ day in Rait'ljt'i.
MUl t'.raoe I, u * /nr?t Saturday at
B. F. PaJrish, Mir. f„ R. 8/i| a-.(J
*lr* "W. F. Stewart rpe-il Sun lay
" with Mr*. B. F I'arfcl..
»n>. i* in Bex K-.rpital.
Moran. Tabnudtv Luca* and Will
em Woodall of Bcnnoii w.-« vi«i
m hero Monday.
T I* W littenton mu.li: a buxmes*
.dp to Hu an Tuesday.
Mr. and Mn J. W. Bain left Tuea
lay to vialt rr'stiver in Johnson
Mr. snd Mn. Carlos V. Stewsrt
ird Yr and Mn. L. 1*. Levinson want
:o Raleig-i Monday ni*ht to hear
Mr. and Mr* T. O. Rcarley rpent
•lordly In Durr.
Mrs ]j*ola For’c of near Uuicx
" re«k *p«nt Ui* week-end with Mr*.
Mleae* Eileen Stewart and Mac
lohnaon visited Mr*. Fertus Byrd at
lu.tn Level last w«ek.
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afternoon services Saturday, Sunday and Monday and
the evening services Saturday and Monday afternoon ser
mons begin at 3 o’clock; evening sermons at 7:30.
Through this arrangement every one in the audience , I
can hear the preat preacher just as clearly as if they were
sitting near him in Raleigh, where he is preaching some of
the most powerful sermons ever delivered.
You can hear, too- the music led by Eugene Olive, for
mer pastor of First Baptist church here.
Admission to Each Service 25 cents I
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