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Oae af tho days of this beautiful
ateath ha* ham tot apart ia honor of
•or mothers—of tha Ueiag as wed as
• these wham earthly toy* ate post,
hot whose hallowed memory thro* aa
aa hMptratioa and aa Influence far
It has hem often. saW that a moth
«r’t-daeotioa, with its aaretufaUag
f^ mtomtmtolag to aympathy.
i* tha highest type of aaselflah lew*.
* The putat mm and warn» th...
•he hare aecempBsbed meat fer tha
7 good of ■■alhiil—hare united hi
gM*r «ndit to their mothers fox
■••St U1 Ueir success. It is the mo
ther's leader earn that guards aad
Wtodea us 9 oar helpless Ufaaey, aad
-it fa her emutoat influence that hy
►-•mpt aad mample helps to mould
‘ • ■ »w character ia tha ylsstls stage af
yaath. Mo matter how warped aad
- .mpcMcet aa enta* seat asy became
it would ha strange indeed if he did
not cherish a sweat aad loefa«
thought of the one who garo him
• I irth.—Southern Teiephaaa Now*.
Former Prealdsnt WIUoT^a the
and it was torpely dm to kk deter
■Uud stand that tha tfkt In Con
r- was won far them. Hr. Wilson
'• ' >* Map tha carrian af tha first
• *■ . satltleal mmsapi ha has saat aat with
‘ h boaiimp oa tha WMhi af IMS.
Mn. Kssily Hawaii Hair to haad af
‘ tha Weraaa's Dlatotoa cf tha Dasao
to toad tho way- ta «M _ ■ Bat
ha addad, as If to reaHmatton af Mi
faith im tha new istwt that woasao,
•Mh as hs was oddrws atrip, "an sar*
ta caavwy to thto parpoer tha Imh
ahto attoMtotloa of thalr aathosiam
aad devotion." Mr. Wilson manifestly
places larpe reliance apes the womb
is florae# to set th* country etralpht
spsin—Charlotte Ohsatser. ;
“Twowty Turf af Hardtop
The Wildwood Bem-Trihwai. _ 1
It «»'»■« as thaaph I has* toaaa ,
Piwtodaat fee M year*.—Prssldowt |
tlardiap la a speech at the National ,
Tram Cluh. ,
Hot only to yea. Mr. Piwlfist, (
hat to others dose your isrslse af |
•as ytsr saam Bka two decade*. To I
Uto foUowiap dttoens H mas all of J
te years—or laaper.
Tho 4400.00* mao who ara tramp- |
'■* tho ftrests aadar yowr admlnUtra- «
daa look lap for Jdbs.
Tha farmer* who ore harniap their I
oad who caaaot soil their pre
d*rto at a proTt hcaaoso their far
i Ms market* has# haas dastreyod hy
J**r party’s pallttoe. a
Th* bwdasaa men who has* bean h
wMtiap to seta far a revival la hast- a
MM, which y*w aad year party pro- tl
ttsodily prawn worm. a
ntc lipUhadf capitalists who e.
wo*M tosses to todastrtal swterprto- h
’ Jr* tf iadostry had hoaa rovlsed as a
" Promised by yea sod yan party. a
Tha swasrs of foetocis* whoso ea
ptoati ara elaeod or rewetop on re- ea
•iseed How by raaeep af tho fallara
•f yoa dad yodr party to rod saw ta
atoetto* pie dps i «1
' rtf aeeraps taxpayer to whesa ci
ywa fnalni a redact!sa af teas*, m
wttoh they are (HU loetonp far. th
a# tors lea an who base wot- pa
mandlk TOUR truck
saaeottoaa with irr.nl ratable
niamiirfu Iwnw and is in petition
to ehip pear track *1 amp tlm. He
:«MUMtlcu with houses la Wash
’a***°* fc Hi am re aad New Talk. He
k**P parted daily aa tka Bark
1 ** la the vnrioas cities and wfl]
kaadle tka stag eatrasUd to Mb
la the beet advantage possible. He
wW fatal* crates far these who
new* bap aad will skip pear aslant,
coca, beans, kacktoherrics. ate., at
Memorial Dap Oks.re.d Here
Memorial Dap will kc generally
observed in Dima aad vicinity to
morrow. Map IKK. Mia. McD. HoU
dap, praeldcnt of Cbieora Chapter U.
1 C, to arranged aa inUrsstui*
lapram for the ee-Ubratien at Chi
on. aad a largo crowd la expected
-o be present. The exercises will be
tia at 141 In the afternoon. Mask
*iU bo famished kp tka Dana Bead
ad the addraaa will ho delivered bp
apt. Boland Williams.
The program follow*:
Maker of Ceremonies, Mr. T. U
Decoration of graves.
Selection bp the band.
Invocation, bp Eev. E. N. Johnson.
Prise Emap from Dana High
Jchoel, road bp Bait Westbrook.
-Selection bp tka band.
la trod action of the meeker, bp
Ho a. J. C differ'd.
Address, bp Capt. Roland WllRmaa.
Selection bv the band.
JOrm HEU AGAIN
It ft goto* on S yaan tine* General
feffre achieved worldwide feme at
the Hum. It it live yean ance ha
caam ta the United 8talee aa the
hand af the Preach High Cowrimion
to confer with the Mmmdmm Govern
«eat on the eaadact of the war. It
wa» ta April that ha arrived here be
'hre—Jaat ftve reara ago Mir. Than
ha aaw a people bury with prtpara
tfac for war. Today ha will eee a
aaimal New York which hai pat the
war a goad way behind it and it en
gaged an the haaiaaaa oi paaea.
It aw ho a treat ta an old war
rior like Me rebel Jo#r», who it three
tente aad Jen to travel in paacefal
Placet. Ha aaw nearly BO yean od
war and lto rambliaga. He defended
Barit it lift, tarred Prance in hit
middle Ufa la bar Eoatern peaaemieaa
aad waa U whan ha (tapped Von
Klacfc. Soldier waft till Pame chooees
to aae them. Gnat, wham Jodfrt it
hero ta heaer, waa immortal at 4g.
NawlM mSl Sh*Vad -U-mt tot
raddy kind faced Manhal nonr aad
ta ofUa at ha aatat ta vtrit aa—New
Saleofeerg la a marvel. Think af
bat tiny village, remote from the
railroad, having two hlgh-elmm aad
meeatafol achoolt. Pine] and School
far Girit haa lit papib, rapraataling
’arty coactiee and Sea ttatea. Salem
nug High School haa scar a hundred
iigk tcheol (todecta. Bach tchool b
Wailed In a iplendid brick bniid
cg- The high cchool haa alao aa ag
ieutonal department which it cop
taatly broadening in taapa of aetbri
7. Vgrfly. the Balambtag folk are
lamed with achoe! facilltlet. And
«r» we may recall the fact (hat Haa.
-W. Bailey la ta deliver the eeta
wnmnt addrem at the claaa af
be High School—Htmptte Dtmt
AMI CHOP or CANDIDATES
SUX HAXNKTT COUNTY SOU
May 1.—With a tars*
«P of mthaciaatlc read iS ton M«k
« mry o«c« ia Barnett coarthiaa*
“•S* the abarNPi jah. caaaty yoK
“ l» beftaaiaf to taka aa Mach la
«*^w»j^atoea« tba proletariat
Jl» rrrTr *W» Sanaa la Baractt
' _ • i
*• *«• that they made, *nd
W tMfntakti thaaa Xethedlet men
a*d «nw. on tha laid wbe made
ihB victory poasiMe far the great aar
«**■ that attaaded thair iforn to pat
**• thing over.—N. C. Chrtulnn Ad
FflkT UAGG IS GIVEN
WWIAWST STATUS BY
T«B *** DEPARTMENT
, Waahlagton. May 1—Under a gan- !
ordor mode pahhe today at tha !
war Department, Oaap Bragg, North
OoooU-a. Camp Naemdy* True,
BaUlng Field, Wertdngton, D, C., and
Ar*«H. Maryland, am
dealgaated u permanent umy poata.
*Ba»t of tha aider ia to rtawTi
thorn poata fmm the Vet of camp#
md other otatlona concurred for poo
Under tha War Department policy
the nan of tha two campe win bo
changed to Fort Bragg and Fort Nor
Fort Bran It tht station m
Hetod for the 11th artillery brigade
end ia one of tha groat artillery
training canton of Urn army. It wan
recommended far thia oaa by a board
of oflfccra boceaae of the extanaiea
‘errata it include a. permitting largo
•Mtrrtti tad loiif rts|t Ittlt of
* MLSA SMITH’S *
* H—1-gTSphls «-aT y
* KODAK FINISHING *
* MA Hm Imlii A
SCHOOLS FOR PASTORS AND
and lay workers
T"Wn «• he ctwwm la Em, rww
Of Cbarcb W.rb
Dr. John 8. Chadwick, acrttar, of
publicity f*r tha Missionary Cantan
ary movement In a recent interview
concerning school* for pastors and
lay worckra in the Methodist Epis
copal Church. South said:
“The missionary centenary has
mads pomible advance* ia every add
la which our church has miaeionary
enterprise*. It 1* tree , that a large
part of the centenary fund Is being
<*aed In foreign land* and this Is as
It should he, but the centenary has
alsa given us resources tha win some
measure, make possible an aggressive
program of work ia tha home Acid.
"Ta my opinion the home depart
ment is doing no hotter piece of work
than its mphaaia an tha rural church'
and the rural Add. It la supportb«l
a number of rural demonstration I
charge and giving he* to many
circuit pastors. Tha achoola for town
Winner* Paatore. -“hghl’iwphf,
Ha oa tbs rural work, reached last
year, some three hundred of oor
pastors sod lay workers. During the
•umaaec of IASI taro each school*
were held and the program far IMS
calls for six o' these schools.
"At these schools training will he
riven ia every phaeo and department
sf church ami community work. The
faculties will be composed of thel
rutstanding rural Wedem in America.
>unS Pia^rat, may >. int
TKomt will ho to rxvu^,.- in
u<* UJPOO Clean Stfhou,. .xc.pt mil
road taro and ho«id and iod.J.
whMa on ihn ground."
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* UUSINES.; I.OCAl
* * * • ■ - . . ,
LET L'S HAVV. Ye . FI I!* * C
r* nhrmb'ng.Wi k --sr? t ’
pr.ea* Vight. Promp; wr .V
knowhow. GUI ghooc k„
and Miller. Dwn, N. C. • :st;
LET US WASH YOU* CAJL LET
m «lann a* your motor. Broad St
FTlMag Btatioa. M.y 5 4ct
ItX-HOMI POWER WOOD SAW
«ala. Caah or on Cm*.
A. C. Bamaa, Dnan. N. C. 2 4te.
DOYOUR BATTERIES NEED RE
Bring them to ui Broad
Btraot filling Station. Rag 6 4tc.
BRADY for SERVICE_I HAVE
a two.ysars>ld Jareey hull for eor
jka "1®« W.00 tor each eery lee.
Saa A. C. Banes or Walter Barnes,
at Dunn, N. C. 24tCl
LET US POt THE ALLEM1TE OIL
|a« eytRam on your ear. Broad 8t
rJlIng Station.Ray « 4to.
FOR RENT—BIX ROOM HOUSE
all madam convenicncei. Good
neighborhood. 8oe W. D. Holland,
CAR CREASED PRO
perty. Broad 8tract Filling Station.
May S 4te
PLUMB1NC—LET US DO YOUR
next Jab. Wa will do It right for a
reaaooable prlca. Bell and Millar.
Phono 44. Dunn. M. C. 25-tfc.
FOR SALE —BYRD'S HEADACHE
remedy Jar neuralgia. backache.
£*>•* ache and palae of women.
Said by aU drnggieu. Price 28c
NOTICE—I HAVE THREE OR
four good used care of different
malna that I woold trade for va
£•"* 1°*1. or fn™1 property. See
E V. Oaioey.21 tf
W1 WANT YOU TO TRY BYRD’S
headache remedy. Inetant relief of
paina of all kind*. Sold by all drug
Rirta or money back guarantee.
Wk._ 8 4tc.
SALE. — SINGLE COM*
Rhode hhnd Rada. Owen farm
•traia. Cockerell (5 each. Hatch
lag m> $1.60 tor 18. W. C. Ka
noy, Dunn, Route 8.
1 aw tf Jaa so.
WANTED—SALESMAN. |100 AMD
coenmleelaa to sell guaranteed cord
and fabric tiroa direct from factory
at lewe* price*. Goodrtoek Tire
Co. 1106 S. Michigan Are, Chicago,
FOUR POUNDS OP POUND CAKE
and a loaf of MITY NICK BREAD
Setarriay only, for one dollar, eaah
and^ carry front PKAROP8 BAK
KE86STTTCH1MG AND PtCOTING
by Min Mary B. Dalrrmple
816 Barn Street. Fayetteville, N.
C. LI canta par yard. All work
guaranteed. Kail order, promptly
■ttanded to. ' 8 4t pd. ,
THE YELLOW FRONT STORE
carrtae as advcrtieomcat Uii week
you can't afford to Ignore if yoa
want to java money. Read It for
P«**t booh’a take. R. G.
Taylor Ca. It*
mIONET being invested
IN TREASURY CERTIFICATES
•‘More money was invested in the
rw offering of Tressuiy Saving!
* tW.cSuej in the Fifth Federal Re
stvc District In March than In either
anuary or February, as a result of
ho nation- wide campaign on the
art o’ the postofflec and Treasury
Department* to protect the savings
of the American people from unsafe
Investments,” says the postmaster of
he Dunn office.
A latter to the postmaster from
Howard T. Cree, Government direct
or of savings (u this district, state!,
that the recent advance in tho prfeaa
»f Liberty Bonds U making govern
ment securities more popular and tho
decline in interest rates generally Is
making Treasury Saving, Certificates
particularly attractive. The demand
for government securities ha* result
'd "* larger sales of thcic certificate,
ban at any time since they were
.laced on the market. Treasury Sav
•'E* Certificates to the amount of
16C6.91P, maturity value, wore pur
baaed in thia diitr.ct in March, large
ly through the effort, of the post
Ths local postmaster ,j.
creased sales here since a number of
letters bar, been distributed to the
patrons of this office, making known
to them the desirable features of
rcasury Saving* Certificates.
"While these certificates yield 4%
‘'tf cent interest, compounded rrnri
mnually, or 86 per cent on purchase
Price, if held to maturity, five years
from date of issue, it is not generally
understood that they arc guaranteed
against depreciation, because they
increase monthly in rash surrender
value and are redeemable at owner's
uption before maturity, in which
vent they yield about 3 t-2 per cent
interest, compounded semi-annually,”
nays the postmaster.
3landing: of elubi:
. Wvn Lott He
Kr<1 Sox.....8 0 io«
j White Box .. .........1 | (o
I i «c
Tiger* --0 8 00
The tret week *1 the league pla
■ Ha« keen featured by tho pltehlt
and hitting of “1100" Dowd, the mi<
I get twirlcr of the Red Sox. In th
two tame, that he hea pitched I
haa won both and featured wil
Capt David Wileen of th. Tiger
la need of a catcher, hea traded Toi
• Joaea to the Red Sox for Tamar
Both captalni claim the advantage c
. One of the redeeming feature. <
the rout of the Tlgere by the Red So
in Friday’, gam. waa Ute pep dlaplaj
cd by *'8enny” Tilghman.
j The dub. all promt* to glvi a be
1 ter exhibition of beaeball They hav
aignod up coecbea to aaeist them 1
thwr team-play. ’’BiU” Newberry
with Um White 8ox; “Baa” Ferret
the Tigerd; 'Shorty” Jackson th
Red Sox; “Sid" Wtlaen with th
Oianta. All four of theie experience
ball player, are anthoaed over thal
team* and all four an churning their
team wiH finixh to the front,
t* laHokc Stewart'* pitching for the
0 White Sax bat been Beet airtight
0 and hie hitting alee timely. But far
0 * caatly wild threw in the opening
0 game ha weald be tied up with “Boa”
y Dowd. ThU euamer’i race between
g thU iter ling pair of kid phahen U
«• going to be intonating.
* Capt. Harry Newberry of ' the
* Whit* Sox and "Fox” Beat, playing
h ahortatop and third bare, make an
excellent infield combination. The
other team* of the league had batter
" k**P «halr aye* aa thla pair. They wdll
Jj *"* th*" Plenty *f trouble.
1 The opening game* reruf trd u
! ' R. H. E.
Bed 8 ox.4 s 2
T1**n. s a 2
i. R. H. K.
, Giant*.. 4 3
n Whit* Sox . 4 p 3
» R. H. E.
, Rod Sox .13 u «
s Tiger*. 1 s 7
c R. H. E.
ij White 8ox _13*10 0
r Giant* — ..3 4 6
Bay thh Cigarette and Save Money
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-Next Sunday Is
Do not fail to send a
Mothers Card. The
largest and most distinc
tive card stock we have
aver carried awaits your
the Gift Shop
Dunn, —N. C.
T- e bai:i fs / no : :olliday co.
Ui dwita era u d L inbalmer*
* ’ * t> Vr s C'iskets raid Burial
Eo x«--Service Anytime
An> «»•» re
DAY PHONE 11-NIGHT PHONE 70
~Tb ANYONE in Dunn Who
i PrSve ^ They Serve a Bet
ter Ice Cream than our ....
FRESH FRUn - -.
• to rn* rnm, mod. Comm ♦
Emt more Ice Creem-tf, a pure, whole-me feed.
Let us have your picnic and par
ty orders. Your patronage will be
Dunn Ice Cream Parlor & Candy Kitchen
F. O. SHKAN, Proprietor
Atol./WW , ««».„
Ten Days Reduction
Big Reductions in Ladies Ready- I
to-Wear, Shoe*, Dry Goods, Mens I
and Boys Clothing, Millinery, Etc. I
for the next Ten Days.
See our prices before buying and • I
•ave money by trading at—
1 _ I
Feldman’s Department Store I
Dunn’ -> N. C I
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