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A. R. Wilaon, α drujwUi of Sebna,
in her· today te vieit relativea
' Mr. and Mr*. R. T. Howard of Saa·
furd, «pent the wp»X end with Mr.
and Mr». Walter R. Howard.
Will Ratlar and Gib Jacluon will
»tage ar. other of thoae fiddling ίrol
lick· al Joncuboio «ctooolhou»» Friday
Major John A. Parker of Char
lotte, cpml tt-.f week end at the home
of h:A brocher. Β F. Parker near
Henderson Steel* of LiUlngton,
editor of lb» Harnett County New»,
«rae a buiinew v'.»ltur In Dunn Sat
A ton, l%hnan Lamb, wa* bora
Saturday a't*rnnon to Mr. and Mra.
.Marvin Wn!·, at the hume on We*t
M Lu Lueilr Howard returned to
day to Peace Iaatlkute, Kaloigto, after
«pending tcveral day» here with het
parent*, Mr. and Mra. K. L. Howard.
N. R. r«e. Pulton Lee, H. S. Free
man, and T. L. Riddle were in Ra
leigh bunday to hear Oypay Smith,
Jr., who is conducting a revival meet
λ. η. Aui-mt, proi o.uon rnxorec
IIU.L officii- lelamrd last ni(cht from
Vvyta.».;:·, whore h« bad been ■»
.n teveral raidi upon rauuu
Chief of Pulv.* Dawson >· now a
cop. He ht* a new uni·
f.» m uni! ex heroic and hand
:01.1e ai a-y of New York's celebrat
ed Ε rnn.lv-a y rquad.
Vhi* !« cltan up week in Donn.
iiitrt Superintendent Bau axka that
«1! I.oa jclioldcr» coopciatc with hUa
aril hi» form in cleamitic every
yard, lot and alley of all nfcbieb and
Dan and Morri· Fleithman. of tho
Flcufcman Brother* Company, Balti
more, New York, Dunn, etc., wer»
here ye«tcrcluy to attend the fanera)
of Jaroo* Tbonuu l'hillips, and to Tta
i Û.'Flciîhman, Jr.
Β. F. I'arker who bai bran a p·
tiuiit in a Charlotte bojpttal for th*
past month ha» returned home much
improved in health. Ho is able to
be about hi· bus.nw* now and m faat
rrffnining hi· strength.
Wd. B. Sidcllj, in an ad. in this
iuut ia offering to buy old U. 8. and
Confederate stamps of all kind*.
There who have nay in their ρα»
okùon which they want to dispose of
should aof him at ence.—
Raymond Weatfcpook, who baa bean
with the Wetter» Union with bead
quarter* at "Calai Heart. Na,-«w
, January, i> spending a few days in
Dunn with relatives. After hi* Tact
tion he will fo to Raleigh, where he
will resume his work with the aatae
The Dv'tnocraU of Sampson roan·
ι>· will hold their convention at Clin
ton en Keturday April lft, it II t.
m. te «l«t delegates to the SUU
Cftcxintion «ml take op each other
luittn ·■ mur came before them.
All Democrat· ol Sampson are ear
ικ-iUjr relouent**! to attend.
Sum· score or more of littla boys
nri.l Vlr1· -rum the Masonic Orphan
age at Oxford nr0 in town today and
tonight will give a concert in Metro
politan Theatre. They are Jolly litde
fellow* and fire a moat enjoyable «a
U rtaioment. Bo lure that you are a
tnong those present tonight.
Oscar T. Wilson, after eeveral
wceka spent* in a Fay etteville hoppt
lal, ha· returned honrc and il Main ι
in good ihajx. Mr. WHaon waa opera
te! npon while Id FayettevIUg. He
aike the Ditpaieh to oxpraaa hi· fin
"""· ere thank· to hie many friend· here
who visited him white he waa In the
iioipital and who sent him cheerltf
The Singing Claaa βt Oxford Or
phunagi* will gira a concert la Me
tropolitan Theatre Tueaday evening
This Clat· ha· made an enviable repo
tation for giving concerta of a high
order—concerte that entartain and J
edify. From «owe comnenU already >
publlahod regarding thla year*· con
cert It appears to be ip ta the uul
high standard, and aD who attend
can be aarored at an craning at real
plea*arc aad profit
TU* tupa&ueaa umiikt conYcsiioc
il caSad ta MMl la tha court hNM
ut Lllllagtta on Monday April ltth,
at 11 o'elark, aeror4laf to an aa
noaneemant la thla laane arf The Die
pate*>. The parpo·· of the ■«edag
I· to «l««t dohyt»» to Um State eon
ν ration ta b· hold at Win «ton tal—
an Ayrll 11, and to aleet delegate·
to the Congretiional and MnatorUl
eoHvaatlona, whfch will be callad la
ter, aad ta tramart inch other bnd
n«a aa th» convention may Mr.
J. R. Baggatt of UUIngton, ««a
a rlaitar la Dana Ratarday. Mr. Bag
gaM b eon»M«rlng aiakiag hl* «*
aoanorment far the State taaata
frai· Ikli diatriet, aad aaf daolda
wlthla tha aaat frm day· to auta
pu· lata. Ba haa aanred Haraatt In
thia capacity bafare and made an
ahta MpiaaaotaUro and tbara m*
aiany paapla la tha couaty Wko would
, Ilk· to bava Mai aa lapfaawtotln
again. Mr. Chartaa laat, *rt»o M aieo
«perieneod la iegMatire wortu haw
ing nywmitoj Haraatt ta tha Honaa
a ft* y»an aga. baa afrMéy ■»<«
ha* a Kroag faflawtog In the county
aad toy· ha la la fee raee to aria.
FIFTH AVENUE SHOP
Juit What you are looking
for. RumdUt, we art receiv
ing new good· daily.
We are now displaying
beautiful Hn« of Kastar Hat·,
Cap·. Coat Sit Ha, Dresses,
Waists, Silk and Jersey Under
wear, Maderia Carriage Robe·,
Pillow Cases, Children'·
Urease·, and a good line of
You will alway· find new
novelty roods at our store.
Come to see us, look over our
line and bay wbat you need
THE FIFTH AVENUE SHOP
Duna, N. C.
C. L. Willlurn, of Saaford, **»
hara lut week to Villi hie friand, T.
U Kiddle. Xr. Willi·ma i* · lawyer
and la expected u> bocoote a candi
dal» for the office of eottcitor in thif
dutrlcU lia la popular in Lec County
and other part* of tfa· dUtrict wtiare
ha la known.
Vernon Dawton, who baa beea
connected with the Tnraage-Jooee
Lumbar Company for tavernl month·,
baa purchased tb« interact In tha bo
•lataa ownad by W. D. Turnace and
J. Peul Jonaa and will continua to
eperate it. Xr. Turnage bat bacon··
aaaoeiato<f wkb PYeeton WoodaJU 1»
tha manufacture of laober in Bea
ton/ Xr- Jonai will tnpc· in otkar
Hugh Prince, of Geoqgc E. Privet
aod Son, Mt Xanday for St. Louie
where be will ptfrehaee aboea for the
rainer dock of Ida firm'· ftara. Xr.
Prince made tha trip by way of At
lanta an<l Xampbi· m a· ta |ft a
rood view of the old Xiaaiaaippi wW4c
tha tf"at flood ataga. Ha will return
■orna lima next weak. Ha to a |aad
of the Fteaman-eelby Shoe Company,
•bow line he iclla bore, while In St
Practically $200,000 kaa baau
loaned by tha geeernamat'i farm loan
■pancy to fanavn of Harnett county
and tha upper part of Bampaon In
the lait y tar, according to CUrcaee
J. Smith, aecretary af tba local aaao
clatlen. Xora than $100,000 of (kit
bap bean aocurad through tba loca'
ataackaUon for farm art la tba laaate
diatt neighborhood. Tba balance ara«
diatribnted through the Coala and
Five pay daya hath April.
Ces» se OsH.
Rev and Mrs. H. U. OeS of Fa)
tcon, an ao unie lk< —|fM> of
thsir daughter, Bliss. to Mr. ABlwrt
Garland Cooper. Ths wedding will
take place in the «arty Maimer.
Mr». M XT >«tl· Neerle D«i
' Last Batu iday morning aboat t
[ oVlock the spirit of Mr*. Harriett·
ι Norrla took '.ta fligfct la raku eter
1 nal. She had passed her 78th birthday
and until about a month ago was a*
waU and active a* anal. At thia time
eke had a severe attack at heart
trouble which resulted in her death.
Mrs. Norn» bad llvnd la and
around Dunn moat of her Hie. 81m
eu the widow of Andrew Norrie and
preceded bor to the grave about >
bhe had been aince oariy In Hfa
a member of the Free Win Baptist
\urch at Loag Branch and not a
t:ner better Christian coald ha fourni.
She wae Indeed a aofcle character and
loved the service af God. 8irvee ΙβΟβ
«h» made bar home with her daugh
ter, Mr*. Blla Godwin. Her other
children are Mra Ν. B. Baaa of this
city and three tool la Alabama. She
will be greatly mlteod by thli commu
nity, for "Avint Harriett·," aa é·
waa often called, waa loved by all
who knew her.
Her funeral waa preached oa Son
day afternoon at the Free Will Bap
tist church by Dev. J. L. Davis, as
»i»ted by Rev. Ε. N. Jahnaoa, pastor
o* First BajSist church, ami her body
was laid to rest la the Taylor bary
lag (round, near Uwa, bethle that
I of her husband
, "We ah all idevp. but not forever,
There will be a glorious dawn;
Wa shall meat to part, so never,
On the resurrection morn."
Foartaan m am bars of tit Oxford
! Orphanage Sinking Cl «a» caw to
' Chapel HIU and (i« a muait al eon
i cart to an audianca that packed the
I luditorhna of the High School baild
rag to tli· doora. TV, vrorrmm rang
I cd from <alo numbers, by the yooajt
■ artiata. all tho way throach rhoruaos
I te a little moaical play,—Chapel Bill
' Ha vine naalffied a* admiaiatratar
I of the ««ta!» of H. P. Johnaon, late
I of Harnett County, North Garolina
' Ui* la to notify all paraoaa having
claim* againat the ««tat· of aaid 4»
reaaed to exhibit them to the under
•ignad, on or before March It, IMS,
or thia notice win «o plaaalad In bar
of their PKOttry. AU poraooa iadabt
ad to aaid eitate will pbaaa make la
' mediate payment.
BRADY JOHNSON and
J. Κ. BEA6I.EY,
AdaiiMnUn of H. P. Johnaon.
ThU March M IMC.
Gay aad.fulur, Attorney·
M*:«I η April 4 It 1· «I May 2
j Kapabiieaa Cavity Ceeroatioe
Republican votera of Rarnatt coaa
j ty will take notice that a count)
' convention la hereby ctiled to meat
* Ik· wurtkoiM ta. LUkaftoa M
UnJmy, AprO ltito. 1VM, at ii
o'atock A. M., for to· m»· of
•rirotlaf ctrWcaUu to too Stat* cm·
vontioD 4bUti i* to ι·—Μι il Wta
■>— gal— April ltth, aaJ aiao to
oloct dclagatai to tfca OwnhI«mI
and auaatortal wmMwi «riiicfc mv
y«t to k« callad, and to tmnsact wcl
othor twin· a* too coaptation amy
The tUlini of tho vatfeaa pre
cinct coauotttros win toko aotico of
tfci» Mil, aad Imuo a call for a pri
va ry to to ImU ta ikalr roopactw·
i Uwnabtpa at I o'clock Ψ. *·, oo Wt
arday April ttk, IMS, aad vloct dele·
pto' to toe county convention to bo ι
hold the ioDowinr Monday. I
The aiaktra of toa coast y axa
rutW· comra'ttM aad «II Wtdc-rs cf
the party thraufbowt Λ* caanty will
plaMa ιWe bath the prlawriM an*
t)<e conveaUon m much paMtclty ae
pocttta to U« rml that ww nay k>n
• fell delefetioa free aaeh precinct.
TliSa March tTtk. tKt.
W, P. BTU>. Càairean.
H. T. ATX OU, 8*«i*tary.
XtTtp St 31 AprO 4 7th.
I hereby natify all parte» ladaW
H to tka tm a/ Par War Biethn· iai
Johaaoa that 1 ktrt all the
Mata·, Uo:tfl|tl and lliwiti h«r»
tefora toUaftng to aaid fir*. aa<l
tUt M· bava' bac» property trail»,
farrari to me, aad 1 hcrefcy rafMIt
(tat «H p«r«aMi xulrbted ta aa!4 fir·
■Ukc «etdeaovnt vim a*. m4 Mt
M Mr member 4o tta ta «I Be
lter Brother· and IttWM. If I Mi
iallto iM yon 1» penea piMM mU
•t I. W. rtuvenlil'· tCn m4 *r
riM· l Ulrnnl of yeur η ate or ac·
T. L VAUaeX, Jr.
Mardi Μ η. I
"Tata It Fm· M·»
"Take it Tree· Xe" tta rf*H·
•uaical comedy wkick M. M. CaMaa
«Η tofa>« t» the Lafayette Ttaatre,
PapaOcetlJe, IT. C, Tharariay, Afrt
M, ta proTt η to ta a*a if tta a·*
popular nroUeal corncéta »
The Spring Things
WE HAVE THEM !
-for men, women children,
latest styles, best quality.
Ε. L Parker
L ΕIS Η Μ A Ν BROS Co
Week - End Spec!
Thurs., FrL, Sat, March 30th, 31st*.
rmiiMtlng of Crept- Knit, Canton Crepe» Taffetas*
material· and new^t style»—assorted aixae. Value· to (SOjOO
ere going to sell them at $13.95
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!
' . % .4 'l>."ν ,
$1.50 Black Taffeta# and Mwialinw», Thur.f Fri., Sat, per yd. $1.00
One lot 15c Cretonnes, Special 9 l-2c
One lot 324nck Dtmi Gingham», newMt pttimt·, 30c ralu·», Special for Tkundty, Fri
clay and Saturday _- .18c
One Lot ^21k P<mgee $1.00
$1 JO Ladle· Buster Brawn Silk Ho··. Black· and Cordovan· Me
One Lot Ladie· Oxford», patent, blade and tan kid, Rus*ia calf, ate lace and strap. All
•no·. Value· $5.00 to $6.50 Special .v -$338
Oneylot of boy'· overall·, spade! - 48a
One lot of men'· overall·, full cot, apodal __ .... $1.00
One lot of man'· work pant·, relue· to $2^)0, «pedal $1.28
One lot of men· drew skirt·, highly mercerized, sOk stripe·, plain while· with and with
out collar·, rata·· $2.50 to $3.00, special ......... $1JB
Greatest Une of young men· 3rw softs in both plain EngHsk and the new sport mrtdils.
blue and brawn pin stripe·, tweeds, eassimer·, etc. Vakna $9 to $30. KnÉra