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THE DUNN DISPATCH
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Coon awt hniak m with kla
It it s«i mcwmit that Dm aaa* ha
puMitht*. hat we huiat that It he
r *»a •• aa rrMonca of iwt faith.
■tort aeowaata of whtiogi. aator
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DOCS PABMUIC PAY I
Erny onre hi • white we hear
tome body say that nobody eaa make
awry aa a farm. Keowhng not aj
thing at ah ab eat fuariag, we have
arvur Iwn ahte to tfagate that aw
■ mtoa. However, CUmare J. 8mith.
agt-nt for eaa of the term lean beaks,
eitoa at the foOowteg instance which
■*•*»«• to Us attcntioa this week.
Tewty tve yean aga a young maa
* s»*e«vi-d from hie fatter a tract of
seventy-seven ecrva af iaad. The land
had a ever beta cultivated aar clear
'd after the eaw milters eat the ttew
her from it. Urn young maa wast to
work on the Met. To date ho baa
fleered aid has aader cahtvatlaa SS
aeree af the original tract, bought
■Cher land, bailt a aice heme for We
family worth MvSM, bee three UP
aat fa ounce, a Sac crop growing and
doesn't awe a cent ia the world—not
even for this year’s eappHaa sad fer
tilizer!. and that ea top of two yean
feand unprofitable to ahsat every
other farmer ia thie locality. Tbit
aiaa, top, ha* made it all oat of tha
land topples, Lated by hie own brain.
Did he do U ty aeekteg nnlhlag bat
cotton and haying everything ha con
vened at heme eleawharoT
He did sot.
food and faad only the thingi ha
raanot produce here. Be -igyHtd Ml
- ewu table with mei'
milk. Then he aold
worth of meet, laid, better, eggs aad
beef -enough to prrvida the few
aeeda about hli homo and hat
year thio farmer aold |14N
wocth at eettew This year Ma crap
win bring modi mm—and K aB wfll
teotioa a projeet to biaattfj' Dana's
Mteete. home* and vacant late. Un
fortunately, they did not gat very
fai—ptimariaHy httanao they Bad no
•iedalte plan for eeacottod notion.
They naked the folk to beautify. But,
left alone without a prod and eem#
. to wield the prod, the average
rper'men of U*» genu home Lt a moot
aatxaotlfol tiring and wifl do little
tewcrd beautification. The acre aak- .
lag vu not enough. To few of as
know the prime eamattela of thing*
a. •tf-etlc. We aaoat be shawm.
Saw. kd by Mm Ernest Jeffrey*
»«• the club's president. Mm Fred
McKay, the women am aaeblng to
•bow aa haw to wake oar Bttle town I
the hclghest aa woH u the beat spot I
mdmt the am. Vain their piMuat
•°M of the eat laMlfal place, cheat
wm* are ta he made beeuttfnL The
•w fraoUng ear pee tty Marne are
* ^ ** Jf***1 X*
d^tty recant kata, ahem ef their
•eeda aad made to girt ep tketr plica
if Ha can*, ale te be tidied ap. The
»wa la Mag prepared far winter
nut papaaa In eider that Spring with
M wahhUag Male aad blomemlac
»**weod aad koaeyoeckle may had
»i*h wary hair, proper]/ powdered
A laadaeape pardaar era* here thii
week la conference with the women.
Be waa aa welcome aa would hare
been the puaaa’a maaaauec. Ha told
the wemca whM wae needed and they
are going to act upon Me
Thla fall the rlab will offer, at actual
MM to the purchaaer, all aorta ef
Mrwba. belha and rinca that are need
ed to carry out the propram of bean
liflcation. TM woman dcaarra the
tally cooperation of aeery clttien of
DISCIPLES GATH EE
At Pale on this week are gathered
member* of the Holineee Church from
many point*. They arc there to hear
the word of Cod preached according
to the interpretation of those who
rtended the Holiness movement and
to drink deep from the fountain of
It ia a fervent, a devoted crowd
that goo* to Falcon. It ia recruited
from the beat men and women of
America. They are areking to mve
the world from tin. Fanatical, por
haps, they ere also a serious and a
conscientious body. For ton days they
will stag and pray sad. probably, talk
in tongues which none understand.
When the eeeeien ends they will be
hotter awn and woman for having
eonselcntlonsly performed a dnty
which every person owea to bit Ma
The Dispatch welcomes thcer peo
ple to the Doan neighborhood. It is
rlad to have them and It trusts that
their visit will be at pleasant aa it
will be frnirfal.
All tail to Jack Monk, negro tenant
mi tta Arthur Pope farm, to whoa
tore the glory of haring produced tta
trst halo of cotton Mid la the Doan
DlMrirt this year. Uncle Jack, like
•vary ether farmer In this region,
tar had an awfal time for the last
two years. He has stood by that tot
tan patch early and late and has seen
core crops bring him little far tta ef
fort be haa pat Into it.
Unde Jack'* Amt bale brought him
roar *120. It wajgtad 4M poaade
uU waste**** Manta •pound.
■« has produced stack for lea la
former years. Tta Dispatch congra
tulate* him aa his achievement this
roar and tracts that the value of hto
cotton win increase with every bale
CEatrect From Editorial ia Boetea
Treaeerlpt. Aug It, IMS)
Nothin* is to be gained by ignoring
he fact that the failure af tta Ad
ministration In tta current trial* 1*
mund to have a bad effect upon the
Scpoblicin campaign in the 8tate
rhieh bolds the right of tta line in
thin election year—the State .of tta
ItaPmUent and the Secretary of
HaT. the State ale* af tta leader of
Iho Svante aad (Ko Speaker of the
donee bf Representatives . . Those
rbo believe, however, that the party
a power of which he (President
larding) j* the titular leader dever
vs* u immediate re bake by reason
of He failure either to keep It* cara
>»l«* pledgee or to meet the chal
lenge of the hear, meat either port
«■ their tools la patldoce far an
other two years or make tke Repab
licaa candidates to' the battleground .
®tmee like Massachusetts and Ohio'
the unwilling rehlclea of the expraee
loa of the prevailing popular disgust.
. . i Presumably Vice Presi
dent Coolidg*. Secretary Weeks. Sen
ator Lodge and Spanker Gillctt hare
faiind to dnfead the Administration
for the very good reason Hint they
can Rad no defense for its failure.
Aad when they attempt on the yfbnrp
in the coming campaign to deal with
the dawdling at WaMiingtoa day* aad
weeks aad months, what is there for
them to say?
a. V. P. U. PROGRAM FOR
MONDAY AUG. XT. IRIS
The work of our Education Board.
Scripture rending — 3 Timothy
7:7-13.—O. W. Warren. Murd Dowd.
Talk—The creation, of the educe
lion board—Viola McNeill
Talk—Part 1. The board and
Southern Baptist schools—Mm. Mary
Talk-—Art 3. .Developing s Con
science or Ed mention—Whyima Nay
Plano solo—Mia* Myrtle Pope.
Talk—Pa t* 4 and 8. The publl
t»y dcja^untct of Lhe education
boaid and the Tancher* Bureau—M.
Vocal Trio—-MIm— Myrtle Papa,
Madia Bella, Mrs. Mary Butt*.
Talk—Parte • and 7. Christina
education and getting student*—by
Ml— Evelyn Bridgers
Pue» Mrs. K. I.. Denning and
C. C. Warren
Talk—Parts 8 and 9. Why go to
a Baptist Collagv—Ivaa Bailey.
Ball Weevil ie BsnleavWa
Mr. W, H. Weaver, of BentonviH*
township, is— in town Friday. Ha
soya that tho ball weevils have dam
Hgad bla cotton rsnaidsnSbly. Ho does
not think now that be will —akr more
than Walt a erop where ho was sx
pwtinr to get a bale and a half to
the acre. Mr. Weaver —id 0—t the
w—eil bad not attacked toe cotton of
eomc of hie'neighbor*_Smitfafield
“Bat-Swap Basks the Best Trap Ivor
** Mrs, Easily Skew Bays
bought $g trap. I
of RAT-SNAP. Tbs
9 rata but RAT
# week. I'm■ never
.--JV Raekan I eould
o withoot lk“ RAT
i' Si s5kn*- T9ir— slats,
yc, ll.ll. Sold and guaran
Mrs- F. A. Lae Eatartalm.
Mr* P. A. Lm delightfully enter
lamed with a porch party Monday
f'traooa from fear to six In honor
I her hoax guest*. Mrs. W. L. Clip
per cad Mm Will Crime* of Ltxfng
The Miecioat porch was decorated
with feme and baskets of flowers
xml tables were arranged fer Hearts
Dire. Upon arrival the gusete ware
■erred fruit punch by Miaeei Klisa
beth Eiaell and Bessie MasmngiD.
After tbs game sa lee courts follow
ed by note was served the follow!tel
guceti. Mrs. W. L. CripUvsr, Mrs.
Will Crimea. Mrs. J. J. Leas, Mrs.
A. 1_ Newberry, Mis. R. J. Noble*.
Mrs. William PearsaU, Mrs. H. 0.
Mattox, Mm. Cart Barefoot, Mias Me
te Harper, Mrs L A. Tart, Mrs R.
L Warren, Mrs. J. H. Burnell, Mrs.
N. M. Johnson, Mrs. H. B. Taylor,
Mr*. Durham Thyior, Mrs. Harper
Hoflidsy, Mrs. BcttJaT ,.:;SHM>L
Holliday. Mrs. Settle, Mao Ettisos
Goddard, Mr* Ed Smith. Mrs. Bsotly,
Mrs. Herbert McKay, Mr* J. W.
Whitehead, Mr* B. O. Townsend,
Mr* Z. V. Snipes, Mr* W. K. Col
Irea#, Mrs Marvin Wads. Mrs. Wil
liam Thompson, Mr* E. Barefoot.
Mr*. H. S. Freemen, Mr* J. B.
ARE RIGHT i
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OATH CAAOUMA |
Wanted Fam < d$ !
f a n
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Do yea wont to Mil T V^« t iato cash
or interest bearing
Company has had
farm lands aad
bow. Oar auc
wry hast. We
wire brass band.
write as and oar cod tract ■««» will
now booking tales fir September,
•mber. We take pi i jure in
pest customers or eay
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Bcnoettralle, Sooth Caro.
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Going To Have Some Sur
plus Money This Fall?
Before yo\ invest it, see us. We
may oe ab|e to ^rve y^rt^we))^\
The Commercial Bank
DUNN, —NORTH CAROLINA
4 per cent Interest Paid on Time Depomitt
Something New at the Fifth -n
COME AND LOOK THEM OVER
We have just returned from Now York where beauti
ful selections of Maderia Work. Cost you nothing to see It.
Madeira Scarfs, Madeira Pilloy^UM, Madeira
Baby Crash LtnenfMa
deira Batiste, Madeira Handkerchiefs, Madeira
Round Table Covers, \ladeafa Napkins, Madeira
Geest Towels, Madeira OvWls,'Madeira Baby Dross,
- Madeira Carriage Cov r, Madeira Baby Cap, Ma
deira Carriage Pillow Claes, Hand-made
and Waists, trimmed i dth Filet Cluny and Irish
1 sees. Silk and Wool S reefers, Slipover and Tueado
^ r ., »! ;
We have just received a ilg line of them and we will gelj them
at reaaon&ble prices.
Yours |r business,
" "THETTFfH AWNUE SHOP, Iric. — “
' DURANT AUTOMOBILES
CAR LOAD JUST RECEIVED
The xar with/all the
features of /a high
at a cc»t any can af
ford tolpa 1.
ask for Demonstration
Jarvis Motor Company
SALES and SERVICE * *
Salesroom in City Garage Building