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I > la. HO
A. R Wilton, of Selma, Is her* to
Mra. T. L. Riddle is In Fayetteville
to spend several day* with fr'.vnda
Mi<» Jessie Holliday left Sunday
Tor Rirliraoml, where ahe wHl spend
severe] day* with friend*.
Mrs. Harper Holliday left yestcr
•lay for B«-lliaven to attend the annual
convention of the Chrirtian Church.
Mis* ltuth Westbrook left Monday
morning for AulmiJer where ahj haa
i.ecapted a position as stenographer.
Mrs Dwight Sugg* anil eh ldren,
Margaret anil I.. B Suggs, ha' e re
lumed freM Durham whrre they vis
ited relatives and friends.
Mis* 1 rur Mxsnenglll, Miss Ethel
Cuwoon and ti'/s Mrrae Clyde Roar,
nUrdent* at 1'inetaml School for Girls,
are vitlling relatives here this week.
Marshall l.ura* and his little daugh
ter, Margaret, spent a short time in
Fuyeltvville last week. The little.
(laughter was there under the treat
ment of an eyv specialist.
Thtrr will be a regular business
xluting of the Woman's Club next
Friday afternoon in the clob rooms
All members are urged to be preaent
~a important btttiais will come be
fore the meeting.
M. U Bitler fv'-l fiom the porch
i f Lie bui.dmg o.i which he saw
working last week a:uj was painfully
i i)»'re 1 Tile . u. ilvnt * furred In
the nc.-t i*n part of Lie city near the
f>'ertu ■ Kk! bui'ji.sg. Aa a result
1 e hull bee.', confined to hie bed for
it eersl days.
An old time fiddler's convention
will hr he'd in t‘ie Bunnlevet graded
ehjel b.'ild ng next Friday night un
der the di rret'e.i of Gibson Jackson
a-J Will's n Butler. Fiddlers’, ban
jo'* te, guiln’deL., dancers, me. are
invited to take part. Several prises
w.tl be awarded.
Tho Carolina Power and Light Co.
last week retired its debt to the
town of Dunn by 4he cash payment of
notes due between now and 1891.
Tho amount of the debt was $48,000
being the balance of the $45,000
which the company agreed to pay
for the old electric plant.
Automobile tire thieves made n
wholesale haul here Friday evening.
More than a dosen thefts srsrs re
ported to Chief of Police Will Daw
son. Moat of the tires srsrs stolen
from cars parked aloag Broad street
and Wilson and Railroad avenues.
Among tho losers ware Sam Thomas,
Sam Floishman, J. L. Hatcher, A. L
Newberry, Dr. Clarence D. Bain and
a traveling salesman whose ear sms
parked in front of Young's Hotel.
The Campaign Department of the
Dunn Dispatch has just finished coal
ing out circular letters to subscribers
who reside at a distance from Dunn,
stating the amount they are new due
rH'v* miu mw wwu loaiuun*
*1 amount will pay their subscriptions
to. The management truet* that time
letter* -will be give* prompt conutder
atlon by Um subscribers. By rsmlb
tlr.g during the campaign the con
testant of the subscriber's choice w<B
bs given tho vote* which their fo
mi tunes yield*, if they will only
. *tate for whom they desire the vote*'
to be given.
Mia. (brace Crockett, daughter of
Mr. ard Mer. J. E. Crockett, of Dunn,
and Anthony D. Harris, Jr., of War
isntor were married in the home of
ths Rrvsrand Dr. O'Kelley, pastor of I
a Raleigh Baptist church, last Thurs
day afternoon. The marriage wna a
«urpri>? to the hoot of friend* tho
young people hove hero. The bride
It one of Dunn's moot charming and
popular young women. Mr. Harris, a
native of Warren ton and a son of
•no of the loading ciUasna of that
town, |s connected with the Btata
Highway Cammiaaten. After a brief
risit to Washington, Baltimore and
other cities, Mr. and Mr* Harris will
be at home tat Waironien.
A modern David mat a mors mod
ern Oolialh at Litllngton yesterday
when David Haary (enter andertook
to take Nat Tawnaend'a measure In'
a Joint debate on the polithml laansa.
Hiriory did not repeat itself. David
did not bring a head baek to Beat
Net orrappod David op and sent Um
on hi* way David Henry had been
professing to aehe far this rfebdtg all
tkroogh the campaign. Nat "hap
pened” la on ono of hit meetings and
exprosaod a oUUngncaa to srsomodata
the doughty Republican David wm
willing bat Instated on making hi,
own rules. Not wss to speak Ant.
Than David Henry waa to have aa
hour in which to reply. Nat's re
joinder was limited to 10 mloates.
In his speech Mr. Townsend outlined
Vi la platform. That waa Ml Dwvta
Henry had to reply to. It waa bis
platform ,ttao, ho said; but he con
<umed his hour in saying so. Nat re
joined In Was than ton minutes—bat
he told the gathering enough to got
Mr. Senter's goat. Mr. Tewimend
Hosed the campaign at Duka last
night wken he and Charles Lee Ouy
spoke to s large erased in Erwin
nr. Hilley, of Atlantic Christian
College, preached in the Christian
Chnreh here Sunday morning and
The boar clef directors of the Cham
ber of Commerce will bold its regular
monthly meeting in ths rooms of the
organisation next Monday night. The
MrDsnlei Holliday Memorial Hospi
tal, the hotel and other matters ef
fecting the welfare of the town will
be discussed In this meeting.
The election hors today it p~ —1-y
off very quietly and the vote is about
normal. Up to noon today jolt a few
more than 600 had voted with ths
Democrat, apparently landing by a
substantial majority. James A. Tay
lor, Democratic nominee, and Bud
Hawk Jernigam. Republican nominee
for county commissioner, apparently
were leading their tickets by a sub
Secretary T. L. Riddle of the
Chamber of Commerce la in commu
nication with Atlantic Coast Line
Railway Company officials with a view
to Improving the street framings at
Divine, Fayetteville, Bevwrf, Rdgerton.
Harnett Vance and Psersall 8tracts
Mr. Riddle la of the opinion that ma
terial more lasting and dependable
than erood should be used at these
crossings. He also has taken the mat
ter ap with the town board of com
The building committee of the
Chriltian Church congregation wiH
vieit Greenville Sunday to Inspect the
Christian Church building there with
a vlaw to duplicating it here. Mem hen
of the committee who will make the
trip are Solly Cooper, J. E. Crockett.
W. D. Turns**, Leftlc A. Tart. Ren
ben Tart. Harper Holliday. /. B' O1
NeiB. Jeme Wilson, W. P. WilHford
P T. MaaeengUl. P. J. Jeflkeya. M. C.
Butler and Dr Hillcy. The congre
gation hope, to soon begin construc
tion of a new church here.
Blinded by the strong headlight*
oa an earn bound automobile. Noa.i
B. Lae, driving a Ford touring car to
Cbureh 8 on day wight, collided with
a parked eaupe belonging to Joseph
Jernigan and atanding In front af ita
owner's boms In Broad Street be
twoca Lucknow Place and Fayette
ville Avenue. The eeupe wae knocked
Afty feet to the front of the Den
ning home but wae not materially
damaged. Mr. Lec'i cur I offered
slight damage, a twitted radius rod
being about the run total. Neither
Mr. Lee nor any of those riding with
him were hurt.
Mr* M. F. Ga-.aey, widow of one
of Dunn’a pioneer business men, me
iher of Raymond end Mias Linn cry
Gainey, died hers at her home In
lirued Street yesterday afternoon.
She had been ill only a few days. Fu
neral service! are being oondwetwd
from Sacred Heart church by her
pastor, the Reverend Father Watkins.
Interment will be made in Greenwood
Cemetery. Mrs. Gainey waa a woman
of aoble character, possessed oi a
disposition whose sweetness endeared
her to ell. She had resided In Dunn
since the earliest days of the town
and waa beloved of Ml who know her.
A more extended account of her
life here will appear in a later edi
tion of The Dispatch.
JuJIat William Jonea and William
Wilkins, farmers residing In the
Jonesboro neighborhood, are suffer*
top from painful braises and sprains
M If** remit of a collision between
their wagons and an automobile dri
ve" bp a am of Bennett Week* on
tbs Peacock’s Cross Beads Saturday
r'icht. A brother of the driver also Is
suffering from ■ broken cellar bone
»nd other injuries as a result of the
accident. Messrs. Jones and Wilkins
were driving home from Dunn,
where they had said cotton earlier
in the day. According to them the
automobile waa traveling wtthoat
lights—except fro. the moon They
aaw the oar approaching he said and
moved as far to the Md. of the road
as they coaid. shouting a warning to
the driver all the while. The warning
waa not heeded, however. The ear
•truck Mr. Wilkbu wagea Amt This
eaaaed it to turn squarely into the
Jonee wagon. The Jeaaa wagon was
overturned and Mr. Jonea was mdti
under it. Hie male ran, but fortunate
ly the crash had rat the harness
from the wagon.
MASONS. OBSERVE ARMISTICE
Phlmyra Lodge, A. T. seed A. M
win Observe Arm lottos day in the
Lo<ff* raems next Friday nt^>( with
“ npyreprlato program. AH A mart
*•“ Raglan man afl veterans of other
warn and the parents of Laglaa aaaa
ora invited to attend. The program
to b# observed foBran:
I. Invocation The Chaplain.
t. Introductory by Toaetmattav—
i Mr. J. C. CUWanS.
LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 12
J«au» THE GREAT TEACHER
l-RMON TICXT— Luka IJM '
OOLZmH TMXT-A, ym would tool an
® ® HA 4* H *1m la Dim
M**««"C* MATDIUAi_MatL IA
“• f«®» 'A *=•; TrM, Col. li.
PHIMAAT TOrUWww Taacklng ue
R Lore IwrRK;.
TUPIC-Uvtag Ur Ik* OoUoa
**•*• » KrexydAT lAfo.
TOCHO PSOruc AND ADULT TOPIC
■dWR TmcMa, lla How La LAv« To
*• Charactariotlca of tha Bubjocta
If tha Kin adorn (rr. JO-X).
Only thaae who an mbjrcta of tha
Kingdom know trbal blaaoodura. la
rhe aplrltual oiporlaore of Ua outp
!•*** •* *ha Elogiloto are monad by
Lha following stops:
1. Porarty of Hpirlt (». 20). Thla
Baan* MBWwwaa of oaa'a lull imap
UUod ami wort hi Man no it la apir
ttual bankruptcy. It taoana to routa
to tha and of aatf aad to abow aorrow
Z Hunger for Rlghtaommom (r. 21).
rba ooe who baa craa to know Ula
iwiartp daatrwa tha trua rtghloouonoaa
*• Weeping Dacaaao af Hit Lack (r.
It). Tttfa la tha godly aorrow nblrh
aorkalh repontaa.c (U Oar. 7 :IU).
rbo** »bo that aarraw are aasured
that I hay ahaII laugh.
A Ttea threat Which tha Babjrcta
•f tba Kingdom May Itipect (»». Xt,
13). when tbo aubjarta of tha King
bocoore Ilka Ore King thoy larlta
ba hatred, contempt ami parsec mlna
if tka world. Tliuaa who pwso t hrough
thia for Ohrlat'a oakr atioald rojo.re,
lor there la great reward laid up for
I). Th# Qwv.mlr, Principle* of th*
Kingdom (*T. « »).
1. Lot* Tour Knemios (t. 27). To
lOTO friend* la May. but to love *®
M”Uj» I* out/ possible to thura ki*
h»T« bora Iliad* partaker* at th* di
i Do Good to TTmmc Who 11* to
To* fr. 2T). Love ad* according to
tta otva oatnre IUlity m.ty mltuo
latra )ov* to act In bnnnotiy wtili Eta
8 Hloa* Them Thai Curec You (T.
») Injury by word* I* hurd to let
«. Pray for Then, Which Despite,
folly U»* You <». 2»). Chrjf* »*t
exan.pl* la the heat eomiurntury on
IhU precept (Lake »:M; rf Acta
0. Patiently Bndure Wrung and la
)ury <t. 28). Tbo Cbrtatlan la not ta
brlatk* up in dafoua* of kla right*, bug
rather to Buffer Insult. lajary and rrra
lura. Thla should not be prrwwd **
f*r that crlltloa-r* can go uurl.rri.edL
It axpmom the law which abould gov
*ra tndlvid**l act Inn
«. Giro to Every Os* That Aakotb
I*. 80). Thla doaa not neceraarlly
moon that tk* thing asked for should
b* glran. Wa should give to every
ooe that asketb, but not —ii-|-"y
tk* thief a*k*d for.
T. Do a* T*u Wlah to B* Don* By
(T. 81). Thla la called tk* -Golden
Bale." If mra were to Ura by tkia
rale tk* labor problem would b*
Mlv*d An end would b* pet to war.
Intern*tlowal relation* would b* peace,
fully adjusted and all prodtaerlag to
baalnras would rad.
8. n* Merciful (v. 88). The mercy
of tbe He*early Father I* tbe grand
8. O*oa*ti*n* Judgment Ooadewinod
(v. IT). We should not seek oat tbe
0*11 la othan far our satisfaction.
10. Danger of roUowing Palo* Track,
era (v. Sp). The on* who doe* not
know God and tha way to heaven will
laad other* to ruin. Happily, w* hara
th* Scriptures, and tha Holy Spirit M
rrady to uiaka tholr meaning knows,
an tbora la no «srum. '
II. Thoae Who Reprove DUara
Bhoald Strive to tin Dlameteeo Utm
(aa. *1-46). It la eaay to aea other#
faulta, but hard to aaa oar awn.
IX Tha Sir of ProCeralaa Without
Tratta tr. 46). Tha aim who prnfaaaea
a Ufa and fallawahtp with Ood aboald
practlee tha principle. which reveal
the mature at Ood.
III. The Judgment to Ba Applied
to tha Subjaoto of the Kingdom <rw.
L The or a wha heart end dam the
aaytoga of Cferiat tha King ahall ba aa
eecnre aa tha boaaa built a pan the
ootid rock. The etorae of tha )odg
awl eaaoot deatror Ms. far tha Boefc
at Agee la Immovable.
X Tha earn who baara and dom not
the aaylaga af Cbrtat ahall he oear>
whelmed In the jadgiaeot mod go dews
to attar rain and deetructloo.
Tha Dangoroua Lto.
•vary lie. groat Or Mall, la the
brink at a preelptcn, tha depth Of
which nothing hot nantortiari eaa
fathom C. Baa da.
A MmM paraoo to frightened bofart
a da agar; a coward daring the tlioot
aad a ceurageeoe paraoo afterward.—
▲ Obrlatlan la Ood Almighty. Mg
Momaa.-nJ. q Marat
6- Sol action—M meant* 0 rob a atm.
4. Toaat—The American Layton,
Haappnaa bp Cap*. L B. William..
To aad -Otar Soldier Dend". ro
•ponaa by, Mr. T. V. Smith.
6. Selection Mala Quartette
T. Toaat—"Oar Flay", roepanee
hr Mr M. M. Jemiyaa.
«• Tooat—"Owr Ocaatry", aw
toonoo by Mr. Jemee Paaraal
• “Stor Spangled Bonnet. Ba
LITTLE MISS MARGARET WOOD1
Little Mlu Margaret Wood enter
U.’Bod a few of her friend, at her
home on North WLhon Avenue Tnea
day afternoon, hi hoaoT of her Ant
birthday. The dining room war
beautifully decorated with white
chryanthcmuma aad yellow shaded
-•a." lee. Tne table wae lovely with
fruit and doHa, which were attached
■o the place cards, and a birthday
cake with one eandla is the centre.
Oranfve with animal crackers aad
murahiaallows In dainty yellow paper
U»kel* were served and afterwards
.'•earn with the birthday »»W>J
,r Ted to tec mothers. Hi# bablao
were happy in Chair high chairs at the
table and on the floor playing with
•he birthday gifts.
Thotc present wars: Little Mteses
Cililii Mac Smith, Ruth Oliee Leo,
Nell l'sreor and Muter Mills Stanly
•V...M wild their mother* and Mrs.
O. 11. I'arfcer. who is superintendunt
if the cradle roli. |
It mb* a dear little party and »«•!
■ yoiK enjoyed It
? COTE'S SKETCHES
Valuable CoUactiao rni Hbtwtul Mat*'
«•' tn*tC+£mru*r D*M
From th* opening chapter ad
■Sketches of North Carolina," by'
Rev. William Henry Foote, in which •
quoted the Hackienburg Declare-1
tion of Ind'pendaiu.*, dowo to the
Jojr 18if an! the clove ol tiu. eol-'
uatc, the uniter trace* and describes
the raily struggles at tho Presbyter-'
>an church, giving the oxpcriencea of
many of the eldon and leaders of
that «Jc nomination. It is intereating,
>o this day of so-called advanced
111 ought, apostasy mad free thinking,
10 aoti- the real, earnestness of pur
pose and “souadaeas of faith” of
• *>m* of our terefatben in thrso days ’
that tried the mettle of men, not only
as patriots aad North Carolinians,
bjt at Christian* as wall.
In l.etter IL dated January 8 1808
a fount, a description of a great re
vive! of that time; and though th#
<-• ig.ous ferrar that swayed many of
-he audience may be called ocnotioo
s itm oy oom* critic* and scholars of
11 e present day, U serves at an illos
- t.oE of th* J'Serene# between the
d S.'d the BOW so religion* practice*,
i leading the abate mentioned let
.'t many will ask. tbaauahros the quee
tiun: Have w* advanced to a higher
Of religiejB thought, or have !
w stray od too far (mat tbs Divine 1
i sene# to feeh thtMtri that at1
. v •tarts af th
«•** and i
TUc writer'* uifh )* plain and
-t ulghlforward; yhd to the Presby
-••**» miniater asd layman It shoald
hare an especial appeal eo account ]
of it* rather sectarian tone, and tha
■ketches from the Uvea of the lead
er* of that denomination. Bat, aside
from that, there is enough of histori
cal vain* of a general nature to com
mend It to the reader who is later
eetad In the State and the early
struggles of the man and woman who
laid its foundation. To such, rogard
leos of crowd. It wtt) no doubt ho
found of real value, aaci wfll Med
Ha place on tbclr bookshelves.
These valuable historical sketch**
arc republished by the Reprint Com
pany, of Dunn, who have randrratl
the Bute a service by ~-n-g them
ovriUMe In a substantial, writ print
A spoken newspaper is the latest
innovation in France. The Parole Lib
re, formerly the Libre Farsi*, km
rhron up its type and press** sad will
present its news orally Instead of
typographically. Subscribers are wel
came to semi-weekly lecture* where
current event* aro rand off by the
editors. Exports and man in tha pub
lic eye discuss questions of moment.
Thie di-camion Is considored a sub
sUtute for the editorial page. Tbs
►toff is paid on a time basts.
A college far domestic terries and
the artful ana hat been established
•*> England. A gradual* will knew all
about cooking, nssdlr work, laundry
work and gemenU housework. AtUo
tion is also givsa to singing and pinna
bUying. A ram of ffS.OOO, hat basa
•st elide far th« ostabUthment.
Contentment skints upon the brow
Ot Farmer Brown —eayt ha,
"I used t* keep scrub eowa, but sew
My paie bred cow hs*F< mel"
8«rab stock os waste land it a pour
'nvrstasent but pur* bred animals oa
rood patturr are still paying good
* t»USlN*iS.^ ua;.„ '
PUBLIC COLLECTOR — IF .YOU
bore accounts do* yon, place them
in my hands for collection. ky
Jtrvirc hat been satisfactory to
rv. ay Sv.d you will be pleated with
it. too. C. C. BuUcr, Uann. Itpd.
MONEY TO LOAM ON FARM
land* is sir nan it from 11.000 to
ft,COO for S3 y srt Godwin asd
Jernigaa, Attorneys. Dum,. N. C.
FOR THOSE WHO DOC AM AND
V.ant to prosper sad actually want
the beat la dry goods, and all that
is desirable to wear tram head to
f«*1 tor Met, Women, Boys* Girls
sod Children, MUCH CHEAPER.
fo» dress sad everyday toe. ws
tells mseh about how a mighty
stock of ftne mrrrhandisc goes to
lb* Slaughter Bloch November Kb
to November SSth. 1®**, In the
Yellow Front Store, Dunn, N. C.
R. 0. Taylor Cu. it*.1
I ~. Ill'll II
GOOD HOHNIHG. HAVE YOU HAD
your hmumcT Can til sad wa
■ Will send It ta you. V~rlan'i
Caah Grocery,_ ITtf.
FUELIC AUCTIONEER—LET ME
eon duet year auction taloa. Several
years experience. HeadaairfN at
Creel and Jeralgan r taolu. C. C.
foe SALE. — TWENTY SHAEES
Be ml sole Phosphate Co. aCSt.
Godwin artfl Jarmlgaa, Attorneys
10 tic. wrweya.
AUCTION SALE OF pSoTEETT—
Ob Wednetday, Noe. IS. at S T
clock. |>. a. I win teE Ik follow!an
property at aoetieni One b-room
dwelling on one-half eerr led; two
food moire. Baton, cart, sera.
hybway. Deni (trwt time of mU
NoreioW IS. at t o
elotk. U 1 Blatkmon, owner, Geo.
L Cannady, auctioneer Ttfe.
or. SALE-FARMS, HOUSES and
>0j. Teru liotuw ami lot* la Dm.
Fiv» »»>od farms for rate cheap on
•MT terms. There ere good valaes.
tsrh at yon teldom And. 3. G. Ley.
ten, Dunn, 3S. C. S St pd.
ATTENTION LADIES! WE HAVE
only a few dote* ladles' pare Nik
S1S.S0 drtitet left frem early eetu
gacte which go to the hloek to oar
NovernWr Knock Oat Sate for,
SS.9S. These are to Imaging with
ml eur goods nude to the befcbt of1
■"< '♦ft yan only shoot
•*A. Do yea or do yaa not want the
bout cheaperr E. G. Taylor Cm
November I to November STtk,
IF YOU HA VS EITHER PAMS OS
HOME MADE SAU1ACJL ONCE
uird ahrcyt tiwd Not the AnmI
bat tbe boat. Fr-> «um'» Cate fin.
trrr. 1 . tig,
*uv iEM DOLLARS WORTH OF
teanrbasdlaa fror* a. and get tm
F—<1* of «p:- tor fifty aaate
Fro—tana (‘n.h Grocery. Sttto. fig
MUID RYE, SMIPSTUFFAMD RED
I>og for ihc Wv foliar, taa aa ba
ura you buy. IWwan'a Cate Of*.
for sale—one broom house
vhi lot M9 fart front. Eceugh
land to bullu 4 m: rr hatitt Oar
beeee, voed heaaa. ate
Wot. food roo .i fraH tract, grape
vto*. badge araar.it lbs houaa. Ono
baif aarh. one and two yaaia aa
b^*DC*- J«r further tarfarstetiia
arrlu to p. A. Parker, Sax 310.
Harter Mount. N. C.. m m Sal'
Tiomaa at f>«sa. s 4t e.
REFtDFNCE WAIITED.—I WANT
t* not A flvi <j7 fix rtOM rmUmm.
ia ar ter Vwha tee at at peat- // ...
a *•"<« Rurmaa. Dans.
3 St yd.
r"“ “«o AT roya am i£
Goldstein Says- 11
; V; H
—buy your goods at the great No- 1
vember Sale and save money.
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY II
r> • j
Going up-up ano
_ _ WtP
This Great Sale affo
AT - PRE-TARIFF 1