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Mrs. Hor.ir L>rsper has gone to
Boykins, Va., to visit relative*.
Mia Mary Boric* has return ad
from a visit to Wrightsvllla Beach.
Kenny Howard and Robert Young
spent last Sunday at White Lake.
Mi*. Bailie Gilbert and her little
•on, Lewis, spent last week at
Mrs. I. D. Hinas of Henderson, VI,
the guest this week of her sister,
Mrs. L. B. Pope.
Mr. end Mr*. Ernest Pape and
Children, ure spending the week at
Mr*. F. G. Shkan ledt last night for
New York, whore the will visit rela
tive* for several days.
Mr*. Kobert Jemlgan is spending
several day* with relative* In Rocky
Mount nnd Seven Springs.
Mina Charlotte Rodman, of Wash
ington, N. C., i* hare as a guaat uf
Mia* Elisabeth Thompson.
Sam Thomas, manager of the Fifth
Avenue Shop, left today for New
York City, where he will purchase
goods for hi* stare.
Paul Esacll. of Raleigh, it tier* to
act as Wcwtera Union telegraph agent
while C. L. Wilson is away on vaca
Mia* Evelyn Bridges has returned
from a houst-pirty, given by her
friend. Mias Moultrie Drake, at Ben
netteville, S. C.
MeO. Holliday left yesterday for
Richmond where he will purchase
goods for the Barnes and Holliday
John P. Johnson left this we ok for
New York, where he will purchase •
fall and winter goods for the John
son Brothers store here.
Mr. and Mrh. Lewis P. Jemigan, of
Wilmington, were here- last weak to
viait Mr. Jemigan's parent*, Mr. and
Mrs. L. P. Jernigan, Sr.
A Feldman left laat night far New
York, where he will buy goods for
the fail and winter stocks of Fold
man's Department store.
Bob Young, Pat Jones and Boh
Warren have returned from a trip
thrsugh the western part of" the
Mrs. B. M. Brewer aad daughter*
Louise and Marian left this week for
Baltimore and Eastern Shore where
they will spend tome time with rela
Or. and Mrs. R. L. Warren, Pat
C. C. Warren, Mim Cleta
th*> will apand several days.
Henderson Steele, editor of the
Harnett Coanty News and B. P. Gen
try, superintendent of tbs schools of
Hamatl county, wore business vlet
v tors in Dunn Saturday. ,
Holder* of key* In the Z. V.
Snipe* kitchen cabinet contacts are
requested to bring their key* to hi*
garag* at once. The holder of the
key which will unlock t£e cabinet will
be the winner.
H»v. A. B. Harrell, cd Petersburg,
Ya., after spending a week her* with
Mr*. Harrell left Satucday for Jar
nett, Va., where he will conduct a
meeting in the Baptlet church of that
Mr. end Mr* Kafr nr Parker hare 1
returned from a trip through South- i
Carolina where they rim ted relatives '
of Mrs. Parker. They visited Colum- I
hi*. Charleston, Florence and other <
town* while they wore away. , 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rofua Smith and *
Mrs. Geo. E. Prince returned this *
morning from Mew York City when 1
thry had been for the past 10 days |
purchasing fall and winter goods for '
the Arm of Geo.,B. Prince 6 Son.
Mr. and Mrs. Etdredge Lee and
Mr*. John A. McKay arc in Raleigh
today to visit Mho Emma Leo, who ;
hold* a position In the oAce of the
North Carolina State Tax Cosmie
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hood, Mm ,
Georg* K Grantham and Thomas
Hood left Monday morning by auto
matic for Lake Juaaluaka and other
mountain points, when they wiH
^•nd several days.
Mias Jesse Saggs, who has been
Viaitinf Mr. and Mr*. Dwight Boggs
for several days, returned yoaterday
to bar home hi Durham. L. B. Suggs,
the littla eon of Mr. and Mm Suggs,
returned with her end will spend #*r
. era! day* Hi Durham.
Mr. and Mm T. H. Sanson wUi
teav|g tomorrow far Kkelona, Mimics
Ippi. » »Pand some Ume with nls
Uree before return lag to Du*n Hi
time for the opening of Ibe 1AM
cotton market. Mr. Henson is a cot-1
tan buyer here.
A .earn -1-— * .1— m .a
Hroth«n ha* bat plaeod on Um roof
at the flrma Mg baUdlng at Mm ear
nar of Wllaon iranaa and Broad
. atroat. It la ana of tka largaat rim.
of Ha bind in Eaatarn Carolina and
aan ba aaan for alia* around Dm.
'c. L. Wllaon, Dr. B C. Twrllngton,
Carl WMaaa, Edgar War ran and
Btwaa Cromania )aft yaatoidag worn
In* far Wnahlngtan. wbara thay win
•band aararnl daya attending tba ten
■aanat aad wttaaaatng otter thfaw* «f
iaterta* la tba national tapltal. TteVr
teadgaartatt wtll ba in tba Ealalgb
Bate! wbBa (bay ato la WaabUgtaw.
Mm W. E. PatriM^aftar
•nd Bia J. W. Draughon, left lam
•Ml for tha waatara part of tha
Stau where they win ipand several
daya before returning to their home
in Tampa, Fla. They were accom
panied hy Msecs Mary and Blisa
beth Draughon, daughter! of Mr. and
Mrs. Draughon. who will spend the
lime with them In Western Carolina
Special Invitations to attend the
American Legion convention in
Greensboro on September 8 have
been mailed Ce all former service men
who won the dlstinguiahvd service me
dal in the MU war. Three Harnett
County boy. have received the invi
tation. They arh Captain l Roland
Williams, of the firm of Godwin *
Williams, Dunn; C. V. Stepheiuon,
Angler and Oilie R. l.|nk, Buka
Hannibal L.- Godwin hat tendered
hie services to Chairman Norwood of
the StaU Democratic Executive Com
mittee for spree ho. in the coming
campaign. Mr. Godwin will make eev
»r«l speeJies in tha intcreita of the
Democratic party at different points
n tha State. He will, however, give
noat of hie attention to the light in
Harnett County, where the Republi
cans are making a strenuous effort '
•° "do- He ha* no fear of defeat, but
a anxious to tee that the Republican*
fo not rain anv atrsna^K Ikla __
Captain William C. Lea, now at- |
ached to a training camp In Tern.
*iU be stationed at the North Caro- ,
llnaf Agricultural and Engineering |
''11*K> U a military instructor whan \
•Hat school opens this fall. This will |
>r good nows to all A. and E. alumni, ,
or it wan Captain Leo who waa its |
rreatest football here in the years <
mmedlatsly preceding the war. Cap- i
aln and Mrs. Lee probably will come
o Dunn late this month to spend s
ow days with hie parents. Judge and i
lira. Eldredge Lee, before he Laker ,
>P bis dirtied In Raleigh.
Claude Grantham, formerly of
Junn and a ' klnsasan of George
1. Grantham, haa been elected acting
Ity manager of Goldsboro to succeed I
Edgar H. Bala who last night tender- <
d his resignation when the city al- ,
•non refused to discharge two pe- i
iceman against whom ke preferred <
bargee of inefficiency. Jlr. Grantham |
■ a brother-in-law of Laarence U. <
liuell, superintendent of the muni- d
lpal water department here. He has t
eld e position arith the city ef Golds- r
*ro for about twenty years It la ,<
irobable that bis appointment will r
e made permanent.
Mine Bne Smith returned 7cater- *
ay frejn McMlonvlHc, Tennaaaee, *
'Here she haa bean taking '
postgraduate course at the South- I
rn Seheol frf Photography^ Ate Jug, j
Is prepared to do'a rn^ ^
Igh grade of work. Two photo* she
eeentty has completed and Is now
ning for exhibits are of Master (
lenry Hood, oon of Mr. and Mrs 4
*sul C. Hoed, and of Miss HUa Prim
oee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs R O. )
-WWW. . —w ••vvw yuvw IS nnunwy
• bronae and that of Miaa Primrosd
» tinted in Hfo-Ukt colom. No niceV
rork h»i ever been lean here. ' ,
The Dispatch force and itafT it ia
ebud to R M. PeamaJI for a tray
■1 nice barbecue brought In yiwUr- (
ay. It waa Hue and we can forgive ■
he greaee spots the hired help left
® the lacquered floor of our sane- J
u® by throwing -hones about. Our ,
rlends hare been so nice to us this j
omover with their gifts of regetables, ,
scions, fruit, barbecue and such that j
re are tempted to quit housekeeping
nd more the entire family to the
IBee. We art tempted, too, to InrJle J1
Ik bright young man who conducts t
he Greensboro Daily News' ••What's 1
leln' on la the World of Our” col- *
imn to coma down hare and sat bow J
say ia the life of the fellows who
nhabit the country newspaper world (
RAILROAD STRIKES '
RECALL ESSEX RUN
'wn» Carr Which But Tr.W.snadasn
tal «...sd Iw 1M0 S«UI
Two years ago thin month two Et- .
« stack ears carrying United States I
nail started out at midnight, one 1
rom New York and the other from '
Ian Praaeleco, lata the night an their '
nay aereaa the continent. They pete- '
™ OlUITt, i
m, ud four days, 14 hours sad
IS riinutei after K left San Fiamieeo
he eastbonnd ear depot I ted Its mail
a the New Yorti postoffice.
ThU waa a new transcontinental
record made. Aad thia record still
itande. Pour Keeex ears In nil made
Ah transcontinental trip (n Autuet,
IMO, In n svmace time of 4 4ay»,
II ho art and 12 ndnateo, a mark
which likewise baa never beep eqael
led bjr any ether ear.
Attention was tamed to these
transcontinental pesdarmem the other
day by fan Motors, whan the qaee
lion eraa mi nod aa to whether or net
sutossoblisi could be ptaasid into ass
sa fast aa tmaaportaUan vehicles in
sase tbs nseion-dlwe railroad strike
should over becomo a complete damp
•f railroad transportation
Tbs res these JCOeex ears ssade e^r
rytnf ssail brines oat forcibly tbs
possibilities of paaaencsr aatemoMtos
ss fast tranaportatlea vehicles. Be
cause of the perfomsanede of these
cam aad tbs laaaoaa learned by tbs
eateasabOa tndastry darise thU trip,
several Improvements In' motor aar
formant as wans a strlkte* Ulnstratiop
ad tbs daraMUty of tsitac** setUma
bOea, sapestoBy as la view ed tbs
announcement that ull four of thuuu
Gmcx car* an still in daily service
They have boon run an ifpt*tta dis
tance of moru than 200,000 mil**.
Automobile merchant* agros that
any enr withstand* ■ more never?'taut
in undergoing such s fen*, than the
ordinary car receive* daring an entire
life of hard usage.
Transcontinental No. 1 was the ear
ndi ch made tho fastest time. No. 1
running west, was second in 4 days,
19 houta and 17 minutes. No. S, run
'In* earn, made the 3447 mile* in
* day** 21 hokrs and 56 minutes and
he fourth, starting from Now York,
reeled off her trip in 4 days, « hours
inrf II minutes. The last tiro ear*
rack started after the first two Had
1 rimbed and their slower time was
iue to heavy rain* they encountered,
particularly in the Rocky Mountain
regions. The average Umo for the
•ar* ww* 4 ilays, 21 hour* and 32
ninutes. The first car bad to make
norc than 80 miles an hour. Inciti
ng Slops, to finish as it did. Only
lour cam were ua-d for that fiat.
No. 1, the fastest car, which ha*
>een driven more than 60,000 miles,
vas in Galveston, Texas, not long
igo, ami Charles Newding. dsuler
here, had an opportunity to drive it
in Calveslon’s famous racing beach.
3e reports that it worked splendidly
it all speeds, even up to 65 miles an
No. 2 has gone more than 50,000
nllc* and has not yet even been over
lauled. No. 8, has been driven more
han 666,000 miles and fta motor
tarU were scarcely touched until lost
Wing. The fourth car, owned by fc.
I. Carpenter of the Hudson Motor
Jar Company, has traveled about 26,
When Good Times step* out Cour
esy stop* In—iu some establish
Wken Thing* Com To Fnnotlsw
(Krowi Klwanls Magasine)
Herbert Spencer did not £ish a
roatiUlted pen. Horn* place in hia
iron you will Sad this thought. That
thing U u meets* only insofar as
performs tha work that it is iaMnd
d to do. A knife is to cut, and ro
ardleas of the many useful purpot
s that you ran put u> p knife. It it
oo* not cut It is rota success. An
mbrella is to keep off tho ruin and
o mattor how good a walking stick
rosy bo, If It dooo not kenp off tbo
■hi, it la not a succom.
Apply this any phase nr degree of
fc or organisation and it boooraeo
n acid tost. Tha standard is sot loo
[fid for Xlwanii idools. Khmaai* la
iloaded to be a vary vital fores for
tyaaen and the near) of hie death nvffl
be received with regret fax and wide.
—Sam peon Democrat.
new card ea Wlow nil
cocapetiUan. local terri
tory. 1100. and coaamlaeloa.
South Syitei Tire Ce. 11M
8. Michigan, icago, III. It pd. ,
TWO FINE FAEM4 FOX SALE —
The koma and fgri* ho lit by Dr.
Crawford Colon*] McLean
farm. ran varum. Good .
land, all bnlktlnga. real- <
denern, tenant howaca.
Lata of id. Well located.
Term* and price law. J. G.
Layton. er, Doan N. C.
16 2t pd.
THURSDAY, FX1DAY AND SAT
arday of thie track wt offer yea.
d early fall wear,
in eilkt. taUna.
for Sid AO, and
_ made to toll far'
n dollar* far Sd.Sd. 8.1
■oomi wtlkJrr—ip inter.
••tad apply MNuct'i Bakery. tie
Ala to faiton. lAS Lyloa. S2£,
* C- y / II «t fd.
MONEY TO LOAjf IN SMALL
WE WILL BELL THURSDAY, MU
day and Saioiday gf this waak
»•"'» 11 Luo new Call aotti Car
fWk and IN.M aaw Call aalta
Car 91441 Mel and bare' beet
UN batJ acreage «l4i. |g.ao
•kaai anJA:t*er» for 11.41. It
per* to MiiMdjr. B. Q. Taylar
Compear. Jf tu.
Lag ll frit. ^
**- PRARBALL^ANTS TO BUY
foar berbwiarpic*. Call at Ibo
»»t **e*t tywaltor Jones' store.
_ tins. CHEAPER'
WANTRp TB wCfY BARBECUE
pits. Call 4>" *•«» to WaL
tor Jones' j)Mc. R. M. PearaaU.
rHE YELLOW FRONT
th reach all]
*h<*». alippan i
■rn aad eh
yowr ow if mi daa*t
hoc- IS,. 1PM. i
* /on Aacast Ittlv So* *
»OA&th »in retain Mn Me- *
111*. Ten*.. Afher, Mm *
|ugar at 5c a Fqt»
\ The Biggest Offer Ever Made fee Hbma
' } " J Peo»>* by • Home MerchaadL7
rtr-Odf Friends end Patrons: /
Until further notice, for every Cash Purchase yon make at
>ur store we will givdsvou Coupons IpodAor just as many
Points’ as Purchase amounts to in dollars itnd cents; and when
ou hsve thus accumulated 1,000 of thXe Points, which will
how that you have spent'tlO.OO with is, bring them in and
ret Ten Pounds Standard Ghannlated Mger for IOo—Only Sc
*ound. Not only once, mind you, bat Jbst as last and often as
■ou can Ulus save up One Thousand it these Points you may
iring them in and get Ten Pounds Sugar for 50e,
This it.absolutely on. of the biggest ani moat practical mon.yasviag
Mis iv» figured out for people who Wild ear® to jet down their daily
ring capenwa. No guess work shout itX-nd wondering who the winner will
•• fLR'T1**.!"**■* ‘ha* by doing the nod of your trading at our stain,
oo will be able to get practically all tbeuXsr too wflFaoed tor tahle sad
lubes use st from 2 to 4 cents per poong Jm. tnan ws or an® other mereb
nt can boy it at Whei®Mlet In add-on tf^ilch. ws gearaatM^oor^rleM
n everything to be as low or lower than Hhcrs ink for mi goods. V
Hoping that you will not oolv tJce immediate advantage of
hia deal yourself, but that you will tell your neighbors about
t. we are
Xpur Moowy.Saving Frirnds,
FREEMAN’S CASH GROCERY
DUNN, N. C.
We WS. ri|tfct' without nctiee, to proportionately foDow the
8u.rr «®blghor-er te\eJtA4r*w Itiltogether If
tr to tleslro, but not without redeeming all Points u»V are out st sock Ume.
** ' 111 ——stone ■
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t *» recognlxed m the state’s bAt aewraaapr. It gives a
[ news service unexcelled an/ ita editorWl page la al
| ways clean, broad and inte/stlntr. Independent In pol- I
| Itic*, It proeents newa andfvlewa from fVESLY angle.
On its rapidly growing lubacrlptloo Ad* are the
names of the state'sW and moot ttfoard-looklng
cltlaens. Can YOU dtoold to be wlthMrt. this newa- i
paper? Forward your will subacriptlon..
Si* month*, Da ill Lad Smday...^W«0
Si* month*, DailXitKo* __
GREENSBORO, ’ —
Picture Framing I
We are Prepared to || >
Pictures of any Sizi in ady De
sign to Order. I /
WORK DONE PROMPTLY I
W : H.
The Barnes & Holliday Co. I
Dunn, :-: N. C I|
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Give* to Ha reader* the worthwhile/twi of the Carolinaar^tfe nation and tka
world, hot off the wire*, fairly and aecimtuly reported by tta corps of t—«rl narra
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plemented by the Univeraal Service /epor end Newspaper Enterprise Association
A paper produced by an organlAtion that ksepa constantly in the ”t«‘l the
and deatre* of Cartfllna people and isaka to giro them joat what thev want ia
nawa. .porta, market, newa, aocialjfcwa, fraternal order newa and Hews, and
oua aped* articles A>d features Ax the benefit and entertainment rfthe whole
ily, including dally aVid Sunday Jbinien. **
A few of tha many faaforoi that
CHARLOTTE OBSERVER the Ideal
of the Carolina* an: 1 j
Editorials by able write*
The only complete FuLul
pub Hah ad In the Aeotv 1
Weakly ariUUa by pLak
world’* yreadaat aothority In
Weakly Bible Talk* Vy
"oner, WIIHam Jenalng* I
tho World Woe, by Gale
Weekly leak Bar la we,
Wbltaett, President of
Tho Meter, af *.
hy Honry E. Hannan.
Potaak end Perl natter, a
A department of Kedk|
world’* boot avthorttioo or
Tho Wo"aa*e Pa 0*1 a
oral hotwebold biota and