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CYour "Uncla from Japan” Is com- |
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—-W. P lllekey 1* in Richmond, Va., (
this waek on butinaa.
Byron Ford U confined to hi* room <
Idle week ruffering from an attack of 1
Mr. and Mi*. Jr.c i’earaall leave j
returned to thetr home In Dunn eftcr
a brief in id'll (cur.1
J o': • V. i.taon u C Wilson, is speeding
a few C.ayi he i thi* week with
friends. _ ^
^^~*u»picea II. A. R,, “My Uncle front ,
\ Japan." benefit Soldiers Memorial I
V Fund. Seville /our scat* early. ,
* ">‘T»i*n -niie" a musical comedy ‘hat i
i« maka hit, will be the aUru Lion i
ot the LaFtyettc Thrntye in Kayeta
vlllc toniahk. — ■—
Cr'^SsTthe Cast of (Ibaracte** and full ,
partlcoinrt of “My Uncle from Ja- ;
pan," in sd on page S of Oil* isauo <
ctf the JMatateh. - ^
The old fiddler's convention av the
Opera House Tuesday night attracted
a fairly good crowd. The performance
was good and pleased ail who avlund
Her J. H. Buffalo*. W. R. Howard,
B E. Jackson, and O. P Shelf are
among thoac who arc attending the
Method!*; Conference In settle n at
Raleigh this week. Mun.v Dune peo
ple will attend Sunday. ____
Benefit Soldier's Memorial Fund k
j "My Uncle f rom# Japan," your pat- j 'j
1 rontfr will he appredhud. Nov. mher I
X 'Tw number of bale* of cotton gin
ned ip Hurn«?tt ronnly prior U< Nov- '
oroher i f, 1922, w«< 20,00*5, t< com- j
•pored with 20,61 R balra jpui.vd to .
HjWm**** 1*1. L921w - > ■
tMd you >ce “A Bachelor's Honey
I innon"? Now —•« “My Uncle from ’
Japan." *ame playwTiW", name dfrec
\ ter, but different «how, different mu
\ »icul number*, different roitvtli'i. lt'a ^
\..a piiyia.-— ""' •'* * —■-y
Many visitor, are being at, raeted
to Tcflii d which wk, open, d thla
ere -k o •'•* tM’4 P.cor of Pit east k'a j
I>rug ste'e building They yr d!t
nla*’1»v ' ' u,!fs' f*»» of
toy, and occupy the '• t.ix -V <• f’v>».
-r. a-d M:s. Jrm S« ip’.r ...>d
*o:>, J.t v;, J-. left »»• • • ' r
lllnto- V/ •* v'rclr.' - >'.ty
wi I be lora-,d fi» on, t r.*. Vr.
Ilinrtdi kit* accented c. po»lt;on a*
t ’ rt'i ip ra'i-man a. d rv'.J mr.kr
ffinton hii l-e-n
I Uxcle from Japan". Noe, .nr 2~ J
TIH Vleangeli.^c wrviret "rt the
/‘“St Baptist church t« Deccm.nfr
,,'ore Intjreati^t with each torvicc. J
The pastor spoke to a large enngrega
t'on TJiurauay right on “Tie Mart I
uAnprous imng .it uunn jr.e rub
ject announced for Friday night is
"Lift's Great Turning Point." There
will he no terric* Saturday night, but
there will be two services Sunday ai
S. Fleishman, Jr., returned Thurs
day morning from a business trip to
New York City, where be purchased
a large lot of goods for the PlhiM)
man Brow stores. Tho local stores are
receiving their new shipments which
can now be eeen by customers. Mr.
Fleishman says there la a great de
mand for goods on tho New York
market and that prices are steadily
Mr. O. Barefoot, who lives just be
yond Benson, returned yesterday
morning from Raleigh, whore he had
been to eee hie four-year-old eon, who
is ill in Bex hospital. The child If j
in of Acidosis, peritonitis and appen- j
dcitis. While at tho hospital Mr. Baro
foot pematted the |ranafnaton of
blood from hit body to that of his
eon, and as a result was quite weak
upon hia arrival here yesterday morn
ing. la xpite of all tho allmonta of
tho child It fa said he has an cxcalleot
chance lor recovery. Mr. Otha Bare- |
foot is a brother of our townsman,.
Mr. Carl Barefoot, and hia many
friends hero hope for the speedy re
covery of hia ehUd.
Dr. Spriull, the famous tubercular
specialist, of Sanatorium, N. C., will
be at the Chamber of Commerce
Rooms in Dunn Tuesday and Wed
nesday, November 18th and 2&th be
tween the hours of » and 12i00 a.
at. and 2 and S p m. for the purpose
of holding a free Tuberculosis Clinic
under the direction of the North Car
olina Tuberculosis Association. All
who have tuberculosis or suspect that
they a <-e affected by the dreaded
White Plague should avail them
selvos of this opportunity to be ex
amined by a specialist, without coat.
If you have tuberculosis you should
k-ow -t at the knowledge will pro
tect you and others as well.
Flora MacDonald slumnao cl Ha
-__1_1__ tinea «_at_
Dinner" of all Flora Macdonald girla
who wHl attend the State Teacher*
Allocation meeting on Thankagtrlng
Day. The dinner will be (risen at Ul*
Freabyterian church at ala o’clock
with Deoa C. O. Vardoll. Jr., prece
dent of the abate mule taachora a*
oociatlon and bead of the coneerm
tory of mule of the college and R.
H. Rice *f the poMielty department
»« goeaU at tha alamnae Mr*. Harry
Liademaan. tit! Hillsboro strut
•oka that alt Flora Macdonald girla
rosaiag to Raleigh notify her at an**.
The aiogan adopted by the branch and
wing Mai out la "F. M. C. girk—
ally for tuikcy day in Raleigh.’
tOMK NEAR LILLJNCTON
DESTROYED BY FIRE
Islington, Nov. 18.—Fire eom
ilctely drwtioymi the home of C. M.
IcDoiiald, near Llllington laet Saiur
lay night about 8 o’clock. The fir*
tarlod fruin un oil hoatar which was
c.'ng o«ed in a rear room by Mi.
mi Mrs. Todd, both of whom are
lin<j. T.n Todd family wore making
bclr homo at Mr. McDonald'*. Bo
ore th. flame* were uncovered they
ad 'ji incd ruefa foothold that effort*
3 .\ilnguiah them were unavailing,
he entire content* of the home war*
Winter injury follow* f*l] neglect
f fruit tree*-- they nut have atMB- i
uvw nc.ii t ItVAUfcl
(By D. 0. Bunn.)
'•tow me a ' tan with a vision divine
’•! >h«w you one of your beet frienda
i« looks to God, not to thy salt or
r■■ God look, down, your friend Ho
.u>. r.iLti look upward from the
i louiderv of man.
uoy prist a keen Intellect—can eee
then intel ret idonc lice cold in the'
'nor wor'.lilrus creature, there's noth
■'.’1C men look downward from the
■v.oulder of man;
sat mndrl physique, he secs, nothin
low would It be if inward he would
l v sic-, from God he'd learn to
ihow rie K man with the vision of
"d show you a nevor falling friend,
Jr.i o-.-r i all thia land wcud tread,
'o *iro.laim the work of man's best
I The' unveiling of Mr. S. L. Jack
in’s monument under the au«ptee«
<r Mingo W 0. W. No. MS has been
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postponed from Sunday November II
to a later date.
W. H. STMCKLAKD,
Clerk Mingo W. O. W.
Camp No. IU
All notions could dupe nop with
tneir navuta, if they only Sad just
one big friend ship, gjhowma finan
cial questions may be dtiided, by
confiding in any having a friendship
for First National Bank, /
If you feel yea would Aik* to step
In the ahohes of the man/who Inherit'
ed a million, call on uM the chances
aro, ho bought them J Draughon’s.
A roan sold his mm because it
bolted and killed his H« claimed
he had no\norr use War it. * Ttroah
act the woyWou will/them when fed
en Purina Oroolone from L. P. Sorias.
If a jury ok woman renders a ver
dict of "temtLrar'.ll insane" for the
handaoinr rouViicrvL would they all
bo of the eakte ijindT An auto la
minded right ^honfleft with the City
Garage. 1 f
8tatlet.ee ihit I that when people
do not get uM. they raise cans.
People raise oil when they don't
get tho food thvMrant. The food yea
want ie at Waltrt Jonee.
Kverytl.ing seem* U> be getting
higher. If you watch a loaf of broad
while baking, you can actually see it
?lio To make It go down galeUy and
pleasantly, try Mity Nice Bread.
* BUSINESS LOCAL *
BUY TEW WORTH OF
iuhRmRi _ _» and got toa
pound* of a r far Utjr ooata.
Freeman* Grocary. Ittfe
MOWEY TO LOaX OH PARIS
laaoto la oarVnA from *1,000 no
134,000 for ^ -
. J* t**n«yo, /ton, M. G
labor i |
SJS*. , .a^itel
gwmtoed. ,y 14 tfa
PtJU LAUD A1! Yo£r OWN Mm.
s«e as before Wo# bay year floor. I
meaea’i CoyOrfor lTtfa.j
SEED BYE, NEPyurr AND RBJ»!
Doc <»r the tfeJkOar. looto
fore yoe boy. tfwau > Coeh Qro
C"T w > lttf.
FOR SALE-BT A* ATTRACTIVE
good morhuklAave too mad1
13!?,T •'“•fJTA*a SIS end ere I
ofllfc eond^Jyb yom. PrecaaoV
APPLES—JUST RECEIVED A CAR
lood of beeTvwGe iidM. Tkay
ST* 'T^ SToT Mattox,
Dunn. N. C. » 1C tte.
FDR SALS. SHARES
fVmtnote Co. Stock.!
lO^tf TT<" b Attoraeye.
Huoogh (Mr «*wtr —m* It Mi
NATIONAL PRODUCING BUREAU
That side-split ting bsiImI na.i, La | aria
“My Uncle from Japan”
(By the author ml "A Bachelor'* H i ijem")
CAST OF CHARACTERS
'•«* Summer*, C»pL of the National Gntrds, ylawyer when he hoe
elec to do, and a liar all the time._.7._"BUI" Nr—berry
Hilly Wilson, Jerk's henpecked chum, he nyrltd for mosey eod ie sorry foe
llnnkiih Burnaby, his “Uncle from JapaaT a fay old sport_Horry Med TO]
ICrr. B.lly Wilson, Billy’s better 7-S, am Jama ia hor bow_Mkw Jolla Irwti
riorothy Summer*, Jock's wife, ort (J a lark and op to anythlnf “aw
/ul” - \..Mrs. Herbert MoXay
Kitty, a miachVvoot maid_/_Mtw Mattie Henderson
\ BIG BLAl*Y CHORUS
M.stee 1)l*i*,\a Iphut, Clifford, JV'Uiame, Shell, EHU^QaacnpoTt, Bun,
Goldstein, Lee, AIL / *\
\ MUSldkL NUMBERS 0, ' \
\ (Bnbict to Change)
Upcrhig Choru*—‘Black to the leer Old U. S. A.-- _Choraa
"You Never Can Bn Too Sore Mi nut the Ohrla__KNty and Chen*
"I'ib A Poor Merrie* Man” ..1.Billy
“Deep in Your Kyatf ..._I_________ Dorog.r
Id Love Too” ...L.-~ ~ J- Dorothy, Jack and Chan*
"In the Old Town All”_i.__w_1^-s.
"A-n’t It Fanny Whi A Llttflr Smoke Will Do”......_........ Jack
"My Cairo lot.'' ...A.-1.Dorothy and Chon*
“Everybody’* Happy When thk San Shines___......_Entire Company
Pianist: Mias Janiel Jackson.
hetween acta the folkwiniJpleaainr WodaHlaa will he offered:
VCOlLc TO THE RACES”
\An Ethiopian Absurdity
“JAS-mL.LA HARMONY POUR”
fchalacter Male Quartette
Cyupocter, Song and Dane*
DAUGHTERS <XTTHR AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Tlic profit'd* from thl* eMrtaimnent will go to erect a memorial to the
MJI "bo a>ed» the sapretncUierlftce In the late world w»f.
Metropolitan Opera House
Two Night*, Mon.-Tue*., Not. 27-28
ADMISSION! ADULTS, 7Se. CHILDREN, SBe—(PLUS WAR TAX]
Reeervad coat* to an sale at WBeen ul Lee’s Dray Stare, Friday Harm
ley. Nerase hoe Mtk el ItiM O’sleek.
NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR RESERVING SCATS
DOORS OPEN AT T»dB CURTAIN AT SsM
Don't - Miss - Thu - Show
The package suggests it
Your taste confirms it.
The sales prove it
| Over 7 billion sold yearly
\ -V L*
Each Department is Filled
Coat Suits, Dresses, Coats/'pp jp
Millinery of the Best' \Q ||
\ Gage^Hats p
Little Miss Gage Hats If
Quoen Qyality Shoes
KEEP YOUR EYES ON
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