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CAW IN ADVANCE |
UlrHi «B nwamalaatiioa to Do
ObiMltk. AU eUpartmoata of Tk
Dagntoh aaa ha rwM thfl—> Uh
phoae 1M. ^
Coauaaniaatioas im> Dr* topic*
are larked, hut aadtr all liri awatia
c«* tha caste of aneh aiaaaisalia
daw aasat faraite u with his bosk.
U b aat nicnaao that tha auaa ha
pshhtead. hat wa iaaiet that it ho
dm aa as aetdcao at goad faith.
Kite accounts of wililnga, aatar
Uteaatl. dub mooting*, ate, »r,>
KNOW NOTTH CAItOUNA:
WHAT NOTTM CAItOUNA NEEDS
1. Pint ate forvmoat a itrinl of
O’.i-foteioood railgtaa—tha old fate
a.rad religion both of faith and of
waits* Faith, of count, |a fundamen
al. ho| the -religion of ante* hi
aha a aceotety If the world la to ho
irachod. Worts la tho only argument
that has aay weight wkh tha world .
z. Kevtval el MMHMW4 IMn-l
omy. This b uc*auy on put of!
tha individual, for‘we can never be I
a prosperous state until wsarat col
lection of thrifty individuals. Old
fashioned economy on tha part of
every sabdhriaion'- of (amaant
<"Vm tha voting product to tha State
itself is also aa urgent need. Unit*
of government like Individ sals asset
iv* within their income They asa
avoid aa they wonW the plague the
hoading of current indebtadama.
I. A change la the banking lairs
iy which dswstie Has Ratio no could ha
placed on tha loaning by banka of
the money in those beaks to aflkars
of the me. Nearly all banks that
fail, tail from within.
AMkhtg from tha eoastitntiaa the
provision declaring that salaries ml
jmlgee chan net ho red scad during
their Ur* of often or adding a pro
vision that tha pcekibittoa as te re
daction of salary dans net regard the
cel lection of tax each as i» Imposed
on aD eitisea* of Ufca ahiHty to pay aa
a red actios of. salary. It is of the
ntxsaat ktipoctgp% .to the main ten -
aaas uf rasped-far law and ita ad
ahhtrsliM that thorn ha no privileg
ed ahtsa. -e?
L A mesa Aftfcnmt -——muni
of the law fiabldfiag usury. K h
k broadly sharped that soma indtvid
~ uala aa/mme haaka are aharg^i by
. turffaradioa if ad openly macs than
»ix par chat interest an money.
Strer.gthcjrtug tha primary Ian
and making It proof against trickery
" snd fraad: -
7. The- more ‘ vigorous krtfcrrr
■««t Of law 2b Xorth Carolina, th*
V an mnadw lead '
•"hip la low enforcement, and the
devotioa hjr th* Attorney Central
•: all hie that to th, datlet of Ur
rfllcv. Be -l^onld bo given power oat)
;..di»OrUy£jr;ih the necemry aariet
^.tre. tolflrett the concurrent n
> ceoa.-.t of the preUUtimi law. j
M. Adhering to, enlarging and
e.'gtbeeiag, •« part of the farm
■n-% inirroata. of the policy ** eo-op
> - it lee market In* and <o operative
•> od at tie at Tbia la th* aaotC premia
A mrfiaa of placing the faramr on
n 'otter economic baeia.
9. 'The effecting of eocb change]
>. the rwWUont between tenant, land- j
lord, and *ugply-m»T«h**l. aa will
make It paorihl* for dm tenant farm
er aa wait a* the land owner to prac-1
tie* 'llroiyMeation of trope.
Iff. The advocacy by a* pawn.
< f Lr fluent* *f the poliay of 'living
■*- home hntl hoarding at the mm*
Moa.’ both a* a wiao economic iya
tem generally end aa th* wiaaat mo
mao age!am th* threateamd iavneion
'•( th* had omevlL
All right, raiae the hanna bp a tax
«n radio*.—Chicago Journal of Com I
U« .. *-, Ha ha
PhUMIm Iw reformed mu, do
»•*»*• InMUot Booth, Cnmmoodor
0* «** BaUaBoa A day la America. la
lUriMt^th. Voldiad Act drank
tieoly dimoyimid and that tho money
which formerly mat Into the bar
room till it now goiac Into bank d*
pasita. la Mr replies to a gaaatioa
iMriro aaat to Am from Salvation
Army HsoAgaartor*. the aoelal sooro
tarfco mid caaoo of dranhkcaoom arc
aow the exception amoag am who
frogwoat tho Army hoot.hdm, *h*l
taro and iadoacriai hoaaea According
to tha atatoamat. aa it is gaotod la
pram rap acta
“Mora than two million bad* ware
"MtoUod by tfm floWaUoa Army last,
ysar, and it is oa thaas two million.
rasa* Nmt oar eecratarioe haso their
anawori. In on* hootohy It wa* re
ported that ltd man who hovo oarer
kraa known to keep a dollar mor*
than IS boon maw tuM Ui.kiu ..
counts of nsalil ii stili .i«. In na
tefcer betel U men af too son who
bafara prohibition could not keep a
d»a>e now aav* igwlu tanging from
• 100 to MM. Them an unacually
bright InrUncoa, bat ev cry-whim the
worker* of tha Salvation Army bin
faaad a marked iaciaaaa in thrift
aad prosperity and a decrease in
“la refutation of Da charge that
drunkenness baa Increased duct pro
MMtloo, Commander Booth cites the
last that the Sanction Army's annu
al ‘ Boonen' Day.’ when, drunk an men
■*d women were coUactod from the
rtaaata, fed, clothed and prayed with,
baa bean abandoned aad the day giv
en over to entertaining tha newsboy •
and poor yeoagaUn af the city.
"Baeaase prohibition baa cleared
anr park benches draakardc, we
are able to entertain S.OOd boys un
der 14 yean old la New York City
on this day, these boys being bene
fited because one af tha graateal
eunaa af humanity had been placed
bajrood the reach of men aad wom
The second Sunday in May is Mo
te*™* Day. Sad Is the lot ef that por
*•* whose Hfe baa not been blessed \
with the lave of a good mother. Of]
eeano all nether* ate beaus, bat
tha virtues ef good mother* ao ter
ebecure their faalu, that tha latter
ted* from memory. Motherhood la
to unaelfUh. ao devoted, aa foegiring,
ao f*U of faith and hope and love
f°r the child, that we can understand
tha fading of that man who aald,
“God eoaid net be everywhere; ao
he made mothers.H Aa loag aa math
•way lata tha blast land there i* tha [
•cal* of a loe* that nothing on earth1
■aa rasters. W* eberiah through lift'
the token* that a dying mother left
ns, aad in hours af pain and grief wc'
<t»r oinseise* soon a mother’* fslth
t» » mother*! God. That it well; but
It la better te auk* the nut of our 1
mother* while they are yet with aa. •
To buy a coetly casket for a dead
mother, to beak her grave* with
flowsrt, to sat op a* expensive man-1
ument—all that la a poor offset for!
th* neglect of a Hviag mother or for 1
Ibe grief and pmn that owr wayward-1
sam browght to her tender heart I
Mothers' Day will prove a blessing
just in proportion a* it makes us
•top and aak: "What tort o* a son or
daughter am IT Am I a* tender and
considerate of my mother”as the was
of me ie the hour* of childhood'*
holplcamcac and need? Am I Justify
ing a mother*! faith and lovoT”
The subject hat another aspect
Sow* mothers wiU reed these linos
whoa* children’s ehnaaeton are stM
in th* —Mag. In lids nuhlag age
when many voice* are calling to the
asothaa outride ef the borne K is
■read to "put ftret things flret." A
acather can easily leave her children
to otbeee whB. the atehs a -larger
aphere." Bat the most tragic of all
hwauw failure* la the mother who
fails with her own ekfldrea. Mothers*
Day Is a good ttnu for a mother to
map and aak herself: "What kind of
a mo*bar am It Am I giving the
boat of myeelf to my children, sr are
they netting only the dreg. o' my
Hfot“ Sven • tidy homo cum com
ikcnmto fog children nrgUctcd m
kfl to run wiM. Notch*r narco, nor
(••char, nor govern* m. nor gren.C
mother can tnko th* place with ■
Alld that a mother waa meant to til
Tfco boat tdoal of motherhood Ir that
found la tha Kbte: “Her children rise
up and call her blamed; her husband
*ko, and he pndaefth her. aoyiag
Many daughter* have dons worthily
hot thou anrolUst thorn sM.“ (Prov
uni 48, 48.)
On th« Mcocd Sunday la May 1*
<m by all meant wear a white or led
rose for moAor; but tet as also re
■«*or th* commandment whkt
»y«. “Honor thy fathar and they mo
thor.*'—Tha Adult Student.
To Mother Ac 5m of Sun
Aa ones you ctrokod ray thin and dl
So I *roka yearn now at th* rot o:
I watch your tottering mind, it* day'i
Aa once you watched wlfh foreran
My tottering ftot, I love you a* :
Stay with me; lean on aa; I’ll raak<
I was your AIM, and now time make1
Stay with m* yet a white at borne am
do mo good.
—L. J. Dickenson.
•t U the
to go • bogging. It to a moiety of the
I -tort lupMti.it* who make* ou
sttt- Vsj and women of capacity
*? ihaisrter. e.’ palrclim .h^ultl I
a’le a * .<•..<> c>f f > li
tape riant work.
The Wilmington Btar jay:
New Hanover county for the f|r*
time la many (run has. t*>e p ivilogv
•f tending to th*_aext Legulaturr
two member* of the House and one
Senator. Our standing in the State
sad our influence «S the administra
tion of ths State government and
| the making of the laws wid depend
opon the kind of men we eend. . .
There baa never been a time within
the last >4 years when it was so
I important to the State and to New
Hanover county that ws should tend
I three mss to Raleigh who are the
•blest, wisest sad most experienced
in public affairs that live ifn our
That la true of New Hanover coun
ty and it is true of every county.
; whether It will have one or tour rop
ruventetivag. Thorn who want the
heat results la legislation cannot af
ford to sit Idly by and let events
take their course without any effort
to shape them to the securing of de
sired ends In the form of wise lawn.
—News and Observer.
COOPER AMONG CANDIDATES
FEDERAL FARM LOAN BOARD
Washington, Msy 8.—JbMion to
.10 tLt existing vacancy 0n the Ked
-*ral Farm Loan board l>j In-tween
T. C. Atkereoa, Washington, repre
tentative of tfie National grange;
L fUtenanO-Govemor w. B. Cooper,!
of North Carolina, and Governor'
Robert A. Cooper, of South Carolina,
Senator Bursum, Republican, Now
Me* ico, said today after a call at the'
White House. The vacancy was caua-]
sd hy the resignation of A. P. Lever.'
‘ BUSINESS LOCAL *1
* * * » » * * *:
Kim Skalth'e studio anil finish Vo
dak films within 24 hour*. Tu tfe.
and commission to sell guaranteed
cord and fahrlc tiras direct rrvim,
factory at lowest prices. Guodstock i
Tin Co. )10« S. Michigan Avt-nue
Chicago, 111. 11 pd.
LET US WASH YOU* CAR LET
u» clean off your motor. Broad St.
Pilling Station. May 5 4ct.
DO YOUR BATTERIES NEED RE
charging? Bring them to oa. Broad
Street Filling Station May 5 dte.
SIX-HORSE POWER WOOD SAW
and rig for sale. Cash or on time.
A. C. Barnes, Dunn, N. C. 2 4te.
LOST—A PAIR OF SPECTACLES
with rim shall In black case, on
D oka-Lilli ngton road, Tuesday.
Kinder please notify Hugh Word,
Daka l, Box 114, or Dispatch Of
fice and get liberal reward. 1 tp
HEADACHE, neuralgia, rack.
-'•h.-, pains of women, cold* and
HOUSE FOR RENT. — S-ROOM
dwelling with lights, water and
hath, on paved strecL Apply to Dr.
Jam. R. Boiler. 12 tfc.
BYRD’S HEADACHE REMEDY
docs not contain Acotaaflld and
doec not depress the heart. It is
guaranteed by your druggist. ISOfc.
READY FOR SERVICE_I HAVE
a two-year-old Jersey bull for ser
vice. Price $2.0D for each service.
See A. C. Barnes or Walter Barnes,
at Dunn, N. C. 24te.
FOR RENT—SIX ROOM HOUS1
all modern conveniences. Good
neighborhood. Bee W. D. Holland,
LET US PUT THE ALL EMITS OIL*
lac tyaUm an your ear. Broad 8L
KUUhc Station. May 5 4tc.
HA VS YOUR CAR CREASED PRO
parly. Broad 8troot Filling Station.
May S 4te.
NOTICE—I HAVE THREE OR
four good uood ear* of different
maker that I would trade for va
cant lota or farm property. See
E. V. Gainey, SI tf.
FOUR POUNDS OF POUND CAKE
and a loaf of MITT NICE BREAD
Saturday only, for one dollar, caah
and carry from PEARCE’S BAK
ERY. 9 He.
HEMSTITCHING AND FICOTINC
don# by Mlai Mary B. Dalrymple,
416 Bata Stroet, Fayetteville, N.
C. 19 ccnta per yard. AH work
guaranteed. Mail orden promptly
attended to. 9 4t pd.
Put this Bank on Your I
Regular Calling List
Am acquaintance with the efflesrs and smployss of
”h hay my bo of value to you la solving your ftaan
Baporlhlly If somothiar l* added to yoar savings ae
rowt JJtovory call, poo Trill find It profitable to rfadt
K^alqr savin* of oven tbo smallest amounts la
Uhaly to duw a largsr balaaeo at tb* sad of a yoar
than aeaaatoaal deposits of larger sums. It's the habit
that counts as mock ss tbs sasonat saved.
II dO or mors starts sa account st this bank. Four
par asut flrtcrast paid sa aikps
Kuir^‘ t&htsF^,.a4«- * ■ '' • * t
t 0 sfidL/? , • * / 1' - 1
The Commercial Bank .
■n*. — •— sosm casousa
4 pmr emt hUormt Pmid on Tim* Dtp—lit
THE “OLD RELIABLE”
VIA* IM AU*** Uy S.j* SU Baa Sta* "Tfrfan Cm*
MiC*fttfH.*'CjUK«UJ." TWJfcrf. BkcMkuck
Cm* ami SteyW. -
Wherever You Go You Will
Find Buick Authorized
Whan you buy a Buick you buy aomethin*
more than a high grade thoroughly depend*
You buy a car that U backed by nation-wide
«rrk», .o compfcu .nd w.n or^ni^d th.t
you ,r, ouurod of the nrfrfpnruptod <*
that ear no matter where you may oU% - - -
Yo. will Snd B-«k Mrrio. m
erary city, town and rulata m
camtay. If thron«h
|^ll*ttolp^wkiooUr <■ 00^ j
Ik, work will bo doo. for roo by Buick
Green's Buick Service Station
ptmw, booth cabolwa
-Wnw wtto avtomowlo AM WBLT
i mnck will mnu> tmim r ,
. .*a •.
N. C. State ColUl* of Agriculture And Fngfneering
Saramer JmUd Jim 13th !• July ItU
Csureo (or Teachor* holding Slate Ceritficataa and for Proapect
ire Teacher* who ate graduate! of Standard High Sehooli. Coerce■
for College Entrance and For OoHege Credit. Couract In Gotten
Glairing. Catalogue upon applicatioa.
Apply fer Remritln at Once ta
W. A. WITHKR8. Director >: Raleigh, North Carolina
-- 1 a
ff aho holliday co.
?.! dertr.' e>_ u d L.mbalmers
I .:! ) ir a of Coffins. Caskets and Burial
DAY PHONE 11-NIGHT PHONE 70
-To ANYONE in Dunn Who
Can Prove that They Serve a Bet
ter Ice Cream than our . . . ..
fy&bcSic iffce im
• Im Fi-eah Hum* pad* Cent •
Eat more lee Cream--It a a pure, wkoieeome food.
Let us have vour picnic and par
ty orders. Your patronage will be
> ir —wgfegaan ,, 11 ,> wateagwttiia—
Dunn Ice Cream Parlor & Candy Kitchen
F. G. SHKAN. Proprietor
Next to PoetoUtee Phone No. 268
Tire cm,- or.d owner are
both happy. The cow
get* Happy Cow Sweet
Feed and the owae.' geta
more milk. It’s the beat
feed made—24% protein.
Mad* tv Edgar-Morgan Cm
at Miwaft mmkon W Qao4
r ■. E, WADE
Dun, N. C.
" '"I ■ ■ I■!* II
I Standard Tires and Tubes
at Wholesale Cost
For the next ten days only, we will offer Hood and Federal Tires
ar|d Tubes at wholesale cost. This is your opportunity to supply
your needs for the summer months. Each and everyone of these is
strictly first and fully guaranteed
Below you will note the prices at which tljy will sell for the next
ten days. ^
Automobile Tire* end Tube*
FABR fCCAfflNOS i 7 “
*“ S-i^TWSl S
J6ST $ 7.7*7.77^8 10 ooT~T3?
30*31/41.-I* 0.00] 13.78 1.80
32*3 V4.. 18.80 1.78
31*4 -1_ 18.00 2.10
32*4 1. 10.00 320
33*4 f.1. 10.78 320
34*4 I-1_ 20.80 340
32*4 V4'._- 380
34*4 \41—.. 300
38*4 V4_... 320
33*8 I....I_ 340
38*8 (.. 318
37*8 I.... 370
PRICE LIST HOOD TIRES of CASINGS
Rises Cord Bed
3»*4 .--IN3I 3J0
»»*4 I0JI 3.00
34*4 w. 31-00 3.00
»3*4%. 30.70 MO
33*4%- 37.80 3.70
34*4%. 33.40 Ml
***4%. 30.83 3JI
30*4%!. 40.30 4.10
*3*3 i. 43.70 CSS
*4*« 44.78 UO
*•*» 47.30 COO
_«*» (—. IOII C78
E. V. GAINEY
Dunn, N. G
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