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THE DUNN DISPATCH
IllilT I April 1, MM j
J. R. BMfttt of Hanatt.
D. A. McDoaald of Mom.
Par th· Boom:
R. A. TwmuI
m SoOritac 4tk Dutriet
Clawson L·. WOSuu.
For Ccrk fcptritr Court:
mO «nt Nrt of Ain*, hat It lflcel:
tUt we «β km ■ Polftt Cemmii
tf the mmemm mm get Federal
Iwi aauwdad w Ait h· eu gat ■
Cabea registry foreeaetwtae «Meals
aai tbasi nt the ptahiMH·· dkUi
to UUw tkoM ■■ 1111 U Mb th· ai»
lut ftoM», h· Ma aïk· a howliac
«occeaa of tha priiMid tatmi
oUwnlw, the Mat· had better «ta»
oat of Ue Mim of nilrfc| to
Miry freight by wttar.
Booth Bhrar Baptist Association
contMd at tbe AatryvUl· chore)»
A protractcd BMtinf » held at
th· Wm Will Haptist chorrH at Aa
hrjrffl» last WMk. Bar. Garrls and
Wataoa din* du preaching.
School cp«Hd «y at Qsaat Mm·
day, October It with th· am teaoh
ers they had laat year: TVj are
MIsm Loui· MaPhaU and ΒMria
A (intr was bald at th· dement
eharch in this part «( Saaspaoa 8en
ds jr afternoon, October 8, with tha
two local classes. Th· large class
Is lid by J. W. Xsthia* and the little
elate led by Frank Au try. Tb«y af
two aaonjr the best leaden la this
part of the coanty. Tha Center choir
from over la Cumberland, which is
*Wy M by Ami· Royal. Come over
and ting. AU three of the elasaes
can be complimented for excellant
A aing-inf waa bald at AntryriU·
Sunday afternoon the St, bat we
ver» not present ud therefor· can
not fiTO an accurate report in thia
M lu Martha Ana Hall was In fee
ble health a few day· ilnce brt baa
School opened up at AutryriDa,
Monday, October 1«, with atout VI
inpile enrolled. Prof. J. M Pace, of
thia port of the county, la the prin
cipal. He la · rery excellent taachar.
Prof. Pace la aaaiated by M lea BOlle
Hut, of OaiUlia, Mia Moadice
Boy*Ue, of Ckadbam and IUm OoV
dte Strickland, of Fay otter file
J. L. McL*arin baa baas oa the
«Ick liât the year few week· bot ii
Un. K. F. Season» who has bon
an lirralld for aoao tee haa not bean
aa weH aa aba oaaally ia the paat
L. 8. Puiy and family mortd U
Soaeboro a few woaks ago. Mr. Po
My hae a aaw mill ta thia part of th«
canty which la atUl In opération bar·
G. E. Hall baa bean in a aeriooi
condition the poet aérerai day· nma
thin* ISk> dialocaUon of a hip, pain
lag hhn vary mock aa ha walk· ai
ridaa. Hia infant child la alaa tat van
iwn.il ^ .11 tarn,
•■•it MfWI| Ί01
ad Mch Ma tn feminine
^paral bare uaamd aararal Bwiaa 1»
aunct companies, which Inaura m
falaat tilneaa, to rmiae tbair premium
1· par cent for
Jeat what k scant by thia word
Vo»T my aometiee·, "Ita cold aa
Sometime· they «ay, "lU hot at Hall."
W*ca it rali» hard. "Ha Hell, tfcay
lu alio "Hell" when H la dry.
They "Hat· Uka BM1" u aae it BMW.
It* a "Hall of a wind" whan it «Carta
Now "How U HaT* tan anyone «all
"What la Hell" they aaas by thla
Thia married lit· is "Hell," thay nr.
WJmb ha eaote· :n lata, "There'a Hell
[ta Hell wh«a the kid yea here to tote
Wue« he ataita te yaU, Ma a "Hall of
"Its HeD" when the doctor aanda Ma
Per a "Hell al a let" of tripe and
When yea «at thia yoa wfll know real
Juat what i* meant by thia word Hell.
"Hell, yea," "H«U no," and Oh Hall·'
"The Hell yoo don't," "The Hell yon
And "What in the Hell" aod the
"HeU it la,"
"The Hell with youia," and "The Hell
Now, "Who in the Hall" aad "Oh Hall
And "What the Hell do you think I
Bat "The Hell of Κ ie," "Ha rare m
Wc don't know what in the Hell U
ThunJajr Um twtatj-sixth
parked th* capitulation of tvo heart»
u»f bni<rf«d by UMiittlt winged goO
Λ the bow and q«lT«r of arrow J.
·' —— ι. ■ j
}\Ί·« Gertrude, Ui· ehtrmlnf (ou
twii year old danffhtcr of Mr. and
Mi*. Robert F. L«, of GUm MU1 mc
iioa and Mr. W. Simmoni of Oak·.
r.:ndc a flylnr trip to Boatk C.«r»lliM
il ,1 l«EJILL_. . I
whar» tii# dallcata operation οI Ufm
Wng into on* the two c*r4iac mem
ber* of the hlch contracting partial
waj «occnuiully perform«<1. Th«
htppy couple ara staying temporarily
In th« h«BU of the bride'· piinU·
M*y their |ί\·β» be filled with J·7 ·ο4
the Dore of pMCk never Uch · roost
in their DomjeUe.
D. R. LSI.
CAR OF APPLES
COAST UNE TRACK
Will Soil For
35c per peck
Ompw If You Wot Mer·
In keeping with Mr. FORD'S policy to give
the public the greatest possible value for
their money, he haa again reduced his prices.
NEW PRICES F. Ο. B. DETROIT
Roadster Without Starter $269.00
Roadster With Starter $339.00
Touring Car Without Starter $296.00
Tooring Car With Starter $366.00
One Ton Truck ..$380.00
These are the lowest prices in the history of
the Ford car, and represent the greatest
values the WORLD has ever known. Let us
have your order now to insure delivery.
J. W. Thornton
Ford* Fordsoo and I knnbt PmIw
M II iiéIi f*— -
LAinn, nortn ^troiina
You Wouldn't Pay *800 to *1000
for Such Things
' Yet That is Exactly What You May Do,
if You Don't Know the Facts
Everything that cm* into or on a motor car
costs money. The buyer must pay for it
So when you rnmidrr the two types of doaed
car· that tell under (3000 think of what you
If you um a cioaed car to impress by its hixnry
appearance, then get the most you can for your
money in the way of dome lights, vanity cases,
docks and such fittings.
But if you have first regard for car performance,
look to the chassis. All reliability and low cost
of operation begins there.
What Hudson Gives
The Hudson Coach is mounted on the famous
Super-Six chassis. More than 120,000 owners
know its reliability. And now with the new
improved Super4Kx motor, there is found a
smoothness and motoring charm that
The $1625 you pay for the Hudson Coach goes
for qualities that are essential to genuine utility.
Closed bodies mounted on cars comparable to
the Super-Six in performance and enduring
reliability cost $800 to $1000 more than the
Confirm this by comparing open car prices.
The difference between open and cloeed car
prices, for the most part, represents what you
pay for fancy body fitting».
The Coach Endures
The Hudson Coach provides every cloeed car
comfort. It is sturdy, long lasting, and good to
look at. You will be proud of it.
But your greatest gratification will come from
the performance of the car. In the Super-Si*
no one ever need give way when real motor
performance is concerned.
D. P. S. MOTOR Co., Dunn
You Must Have
We have in stock the prettiest line of furniture ever shipped to this section.
And the prices are just where you want them.
Here are some suits that will appeal to you in every way.
Two Tone Ivory Bed Room Suite, 8-Piece $337.50
Two Tone Chrome Bed Room Suite, 7-Piece $237.50
Two Tone Grey Bed Room Suite, 7-Piece $248.50
Walnut Suites, 7-Piece Bed Room $189.50
Cane Dining Room Suites $148.00 and $219.85
One 4-Piece Wicker Suite, The Heywood Bros and Wakefield $248.00
Overstuffed Suites in Blue Velour and Faun Velours $173*85 and $198.85
4-Piece Bed Room Suites in Ivory and Walnut $112.50
Rugs of all kinds for every suite in the house. '
Stoves. Cook Stoves, Ranges, Heaters, Oil Cook Stoves, Oil Heaters. This is the
time of year you need them most. See our big stock, priced at the lowest figure possible.
Barnes & Holliday Co.
Dunn, 1 North Carolina