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EvUodc No. 14
A L'ni*cr«l W«n*rn
* "IN SECOND"
*· tTnlvvrwi! Comedy
r . -V r ΐ mu
"My Une'r fnvn Japan." next
Mr*. M H. Privctt of 8prinr Hope
·! vWiing her parent*, Mr. and Mr*.
H. C. McNeill.
you'll Uogh it Mr. Mclvrr a*
"Hoiekiah Barnahy", the "Onell
from Japar." β eh* meter «tody.
There will be a Masonic picnic din
ner T!iankigi\mg tlay at Newton
IT'jvo Hiirh School. Everybody inrit
T. L .Riddle, avcretary of the
C'iianbor of Commorr», left tfcla
Tjorninjf for Sanford, where he will
bp urt.l T> uridr) on baiinen.
Mrs. Mamie F. I'ittmnn »· d her
diu^tii. Mit. Kate Pittman. have
returned from Raleigh wlitM they
"fit «rveral d«y* with relative·
See thotc clcycr yo*in« interprata
tors of tcrpeichorc "Davenport and
Goldjtein." in "Bowery Caper*," a
tpaclglty In "My Uncle from Japan."
J. Edwin Cole, who ha* been eiait
tnjr hi» parent*. Captain and Mra.
John E. Cole, for several day», left
Saturday for Hamlet, where he ha*
accepted a petition.
For laughing porpoae· only "Golnc
to the Races" by Mclntyr* and Heath
up-to-date an "ethiopian abaardity,"
one of the many feature* in "My
Unelc (ran Japan." You'U laugh till
Horace Freeman .manager of the
turned Friday from Atlanta, G a.,
w'icr» he attended a meeting of rep
resentativea of the various bottling
planta of the soothsrn ι ta tea.
Raymond Gainejr left Monday for
Otron where he will receive treat
ment at thn government hospital He
will decide thii wvsk how long he wUl
ht at the osp\t*i. If he decide* to stay
tor several we«k> Mr». Gainey will
join him there.
Rev. A G. Doner οi Prterboro, Ca
f.cda, will be la Dunn to begin a
series of meetings in the Goapel Tab
ernacle church, corner King avenue
and Cumberland street on December
24 and continue throughout the holi
daya. A more extended notice will be
Haar that Jiu Mt-U Harmony
Poor in "My Cncla from Japan "
Denning aa "Weary Willie," Int baas.
Denning (Loois) a» "Ikey Roaen·
baom, second baaa. Ryo aa "Si Steb
bena", first tenor and Butler aa Frity
Scbulta," second tenor. Tho Har
A Large comber of Harnett farm
ers and buainesa mon left ys^arday
for Lillington with Farm Demon
stration Agent Edge to make > tear
of the Piedmont counties of North
Caroltneu Dunn'· repress® Utlor. was
small, doe to the fact that ««vara]
who intended to go—including The
Dispatch's représentative—wore suf
fering from infos η sa. The party will
remain away until next Saturday.
Geo, Riley Hodges, our of the old
<~st cHiaens of the Do η η District, will
eclobrite his 80th birthday at ths
l5»e ?f his daughter, Mr*. 8. G. Pitt
nan, Wednesday, November ïftth
There îrlll be ρ «aching at 11 o'cloek
··· MIC nranilDi ·<·« UUWQI Will IW
xrvcrt at 1 o'clock in the ifUrnoM.
All tho rotative· · fkhe family an
nrlted to eome and krtn* · r»f»l»i
picnic ha«k»t of |oo4 thine· ^ nt
Henry A■ Turtlnftoa, owner at
Turlington'· Doive Par· in Gro*i
townaMp, reporta food »h· fron
hop the part few woeka. He nentl]
cloeed a deal with Warm Stool
farm where ko told to thom "Tel
Ween TVrd," on· of hU boat hen
boar*. Tho «on «iteration waa a et atat
id. but Mr. T«rHnfton probably go
a kandeome price for tkl· faroriU
h of. Thla boar la a ton of the WoHd'i
Champion "Old Satan-«" which ka
mora blae rlkVoni to kit credit thai
any other boar IMaf.
A lerp miaker of the bl« »Opert]
owner» of Orowe tewaaJiip bore cot
ten tofother and decided te ψο*
their land jointly. They bave boei
adrlaad that ««ail and ««liar bird
arc an m lay of the boll noorfl am
hare deeMod thaA H would bo a «ta
! policy M prevent If pouible the kilt·
iijf of the*» bird·. L. L. Turlington
; on·· of the leader» io the movement
I »u in town thU morniny -nuking ar
; ranjtmenta to pust th· land and no·
' tie*· will b* ported during the week
Ion hundred» of acre·. A mon* ο then
. interested in the muvvmvnt ut aueh
i men »i Smart Turlintfon, Ki-Shenfl
IV H. Turlington, G. W. 8tewart and
W. A. Sttwart.
R«v. 0. T. Adam» yerterday wni
»?po.. ted ly cae Method!»! Confer
ence to uccod Rev, J. H. Uuffialoe
na pastor of Divine Street Hethodirt
Eplnccpal chureh here. Mr. Duffaloe
*··» appointed :» j.ke chiige of Carr
î'vt· et!Vl eKutca. Durham, lie (uu
•i.i-t ;*i.riar of the local chni-ch two
>'.(.1· <>u/ UK iUCieeded Re*. Jai. M.
lianiel upon hit elevation to the port
of preluding ..Ider of the Wilmington
Diatrie» in ICtZU. Dunn* hie service
here Mr. Huifalue ha» been a prreat
force for the moral uplift of th«
community and h la ilcpartui* will oc
casion inucn rrervt among those with
whom le ha· labored dariae theae
two year·. The conference continued
Mr. Daniel in the office of presiding
elder of thu Wilmington Dint net and
Rev John H. Shore, a former Dunn
paator, in the office of preiidlnf el
der of the Rockin*ham Dlatriet. Rev.
G. W. I'erry waa returned tu Duke.
D. A. R. WITH MRS. WADE
The Cornelia· Harnett Chapter D.
A. R.. had a rr^iilar vnu>tln· r-ia-u
afternoon at th« hom« of Mra. Lloyd
Wade. After tile business meeting,
daring which the play "My UccU
From J»|itui," which ii lo be given
November 27-28 at the opera houn,
*»< diseusacd, the program hoar w*l
given to Un. H 8. McKay for a
report of the State conventions at
High Point She reported a aoat in
teresting and enthusiastic meeting ai
#bich Mn. Minor, national president
gvnvral, waa prvacnt and (*▼· ·
splendid adiirea· actting for tha
achievements of the orRan'.iaUoa In
the part year tome of wfcick were
active work on EIH· Uland toward·
Amencaniaatioc of immigrant·, rap
port of nchaola throughout the coun
try, historical research wrk and com
mémoration of historic spot· inch as
BaUey Vorye. Plymouth, etc.
The hottcu then served a delicious
talari courte and niais, aftsr which
the meeting adjourned.
W»n* to liugh? Don't mtss M las
Ethgie I'win, the modern Mn. Jlgg·
as "Ludnda Wilson" In "My Uacla
from Japan." Laugh? I'll By yon
IN HONOR OF MRS. JERE ΓΕΑ·
Mis· Hachai Clifford errtirtaised a
number of friends Saturday after
noon in honor of Mn. Jerc PcursaD,
Dunn'» moat rvcvnt bride.
Ttib'e· were amnjrrd for pi ugiiaa
iv or agr iDQ iiw in* guiau ntu
enjuycd »evrral cimci, the hoalea·
n>rvi*d a delicious ulid courae with
coffer and »tuffod date».
Mr·. Senium vu pmmM a ist
of Ace Jelly mould* for making top
«ore and Mr» Peartall wu gl»»r a
blue lutter peri ara* bottle.
Thoae enjoying Mixa Clifford'* boa
phallty vara: Miidan» Jan Pear
nail. William Pcaraali, David Peanall,
San«om, Pitirerald, Townaend. Era
tr.eU Thompaon, Marvin Pittmaa,
Lewi» Stephen·, Elliaon Oodard, R. 8.
McKay, C. 1 Smith, Harper Holllday,
Henry Lee and Mi·» Matibel God
win, riorenee Cooper, Lue lie How
ard, Paanie Monro·, Ivalyn Har
freavaa, Mattia Hend»r«on, Blanche
Grandi«7*. Louise William·, "Ethel
Erwln and Pattie Moylan.
Poor old Mr. Henpeck, aee hi· spec
tacular finish in "My Une la from
Japan," worth r°lnl mile· to n·.
MRS GEORGIA SARAH GAINEY
II i* wtth deep rc*ret thai we ehro
nlele the death of Mr». Sarah Gainey
which occurred at her home on Weal
Btoad tt re et, November β, ItJt.
Mn. Oaiaey waa about βΟ year* of
am and waa among the first reditu
of Dunn and waa jrreaUy beloved hy
*11 who knew her. Sh* had been a
rrrat «offerer for many year», baar
irjr her nffaTin* with (real patience
and (-catenation. She became mHouiIj
III only a few day* before'her death.
I.ov»d one» and fria»d· did all i*
their power to relieve ber but ah<
tt«dnally gnrm weaker, paealng awaj
without a murmur.
The funeral waa conducted from th<
8»cr»d Heart Catholic Church Tuee
day afternoon November 7th at 8Λ<
o'clock by Rev. Pather Watkina, hen
Greenwood eemetory by tho iM« al
h«r huband, the late Hilton Qaiaey
who proceeded h*r to the grave m
ral yean ago.
She leave· on· no, Raymond Τ
Ganvey and a <laa|fct«r Mia· Leaak
1 Oahiey, alee a rl«t»r, Μ π. J. P. Oalr
mi of Washington, M. C., to mean
1 h*r demi··. Tit· «ympethy 3' Û*
: common It7 go— out to them In thel
1 · «orrerw
CAM) OF THAKKJ
Wt with to thank all Uiom friend
' who aided u bjr their kindnaaea am
■ offered u* their «ympatiiy in the η
t cent HlnuM and death of Mr bole*»
ι May Ood richly reward them.
I IJDfKtE OADTCT,
I UATMOKD T. OA IN XT
DUNN GIRL IS TO APPEAR IN
STATE WIDE SPELLING
There is to be a state-wide spelling
conteet in Raleigh on t)u> opening day
of l*)· Teaehers' Assembly Wednes
day Nov. £9. In this contest each
county is allowed two repre»cnta»iivrs
one trvm the rural schools and on·
trjm .he specially chartered schools.
The contrat for the «election of Har
nett's representatives was held at
I.I1l'r»van l*_t S-.turday, lfrrle Owen,
from the seventh frx*« in tit* Dunn
Kb vols. stood fir»', misting only ont
<soi>l oui of one auniircd 8he will
liiercforf be the representative from'
;hr specially charte rd acboola In Har
netv A »eventh g.a>le giri from Buie'l
Creek will represent the rural schools.
The winner in (he contert at R»
ki*h will be awarded a gold medal.
A large nureber of the counties will
Ik- rtrpteicnted anil the content wiU
Y ou wiU receive twice a* much for
j-our money when you >ee "My Unci·
front .lapan," to tay nothing of the
worthy ciiw for which it it given to
3'ect α memorial to the boys who
r.iaj·' the supremo sacrifice. Every,
body <hu«;j and will attend.
MBS. J ERE PEARS ALL. HONORED
Mm. J ere I'eariall, a recent bride
of Dunn, wiu honored Wednesday ai·
-.ernoon by a beautiful reception giv
en by Mr». Jsme« Pearaall and Mr·.
Willis m McKsy Fcsrsall at the home
of Mrs. William Pear sail. Tho home
was beautifolt decorated with yellow
and while chrysanthemum».
the hoar» of S Λ0 and J JO, ikoat
«eventy-βνι· gueit· called. Tk«y were
met at the door by Mr» Arthur Pope
•ml thmrn Into the parlor by Mr·.
timet Bm, where they met the re
relelng linr, Mrs. Jam·· PsarsaU.
M ·» William Pea nail, Mr*. Jcre
PpstmII nr.d Miu Rachel Clifford.
Thry were then led to the punch
bowl wl-ere Ml·» Blanche Grantham
and M!m Louise William· prealded.
Mr». Robert Denning welcomed the
grmt· into the dining room when
>ollow candle· gav· a «oft glow to
tho roo-η Ice cream and cake and :
«>>d nota, carrying oat the color
scheme of yMlow and white were ear·
vrd by Mian·· Anaic Belle Noel, Lil
lian Exxell. ard Christine Thonp«on.
ÎThr hr'de iu before her marriage.
Via· Virgin!» Gibb·, of Warranto»,
rnd haj many friend· throughout the
State. She haa vialted in Dunn ie»·
' rr I ti ne· and her friend· here aie
ι happy to welcome her here to live.
THANK5CIVINC AT BETMKSOA
Everybody invited to com· to Bstfc
cila Kncoda charch 00 Thankagfrrine
night, November 10. Why? The 1
ladle· of Ch« church and "of the earn- J
m unity have made a memory quilt
I TJii· quilt will be told to the highest
ihrt.Jer that night Alao ready, cake
• id iee-crt^m will probably be told. |
• There will be »omc «peclal long·, and !
I «orne recitation· given. l^ie proceed·'
I f-OTr the lalvi are to go to paying off
I the debt on the church. Come, e*
I pectin* to buy tome nf the beat home
, made candy, and cake made, and to
! pot in a bid on a real quilt. The Chrie- j
I tun Endeavor ha· charge of the re- !
frexhmeats. Be on time, ·:80 P. M.
Admitting great lympathy with the
Dunn Dispatch'· nomination of ita
two cxeelcnt townamen, James A.
T.'.ylor and Hannibal L. Godwin for
cHritman of the board of county eom
1 mimonm and county attorney, re
I «peetjvely, we feel we mutt, before
■g — .ι ι ι
' r> witling lb* rooliun, («certain
·;. wltiiT ύ." "romil know iuult."
^.-pindi as of CJi Incident In tko
Hfe of liw lit» Daniel Rimull, who
fotik in pjiuierihlp a young MtOTmey
r.twT tV |Ov. rrihlp bunlnm cum
·.« »r eud. A'^orney General Gilmer
wra« oppoai'.g ".aMell ard h> young
ρα-titcr in u «n't before tk» lupreme
ourt. The Attorney (entrai polled on
tie (x-fcss ve: sa old rating tb*t no
attorney «lining certain doenavr.".*.. In
•te cue eool'l argne the matter be·
fore the court, RuimII bad ekgned
V·.. the coart ruled. Whereupon the
ft \g jwwy bobhed dp with "May
In·*· y<uv ! oao-i, 1 didn't aign."
Π *bbfc.g hi» voinJfal n'dewWIcr by
ϋκ of tie teck. Biuaell gmvc
V« an tlmlghty» jerli, <ayinç: "8U
dr-wn yoa fool "
Now If that boanl dot in'L know
n-y.rh or. of lia mtruVter* It want*
t. r î mlrnti" u-vl U not capable of
d. :«?tnl»ini; wb'ofc of HajnctCa forty
Uwvert (hall bo Ita legal atlvier, then
the honorable board le in t-ie middle
cf c bid ft*. But for our noble ael·
vr*. »VI retrain from Invading the
provint* of the court—Harnett Covn
THE AMEBICAM'f CREED
In litfl Willi ea Tyler Page, a de
pendent of Carter Bra*ten, one of
• or lignera as une i/oci*r*uan 0Γ ID
•Irper.denre, wm» awarded t prit· of
»;■» thousand dollar· for ■ *ort »r·
>lr «ititled ΤΗ· Aiaerican'i Creed.
It is fall of the ·πμ aentiaent thai
pruiupted the Declaration of Inde
;«ndence and I· much of the Declara
tion written In ihort form It follow*-.
I believe '.a the United State» of
America u a fovenaaeat of the peo
ple. by the people, far the people;
w oac )ua: pawen are derived frœn
tbf consent of the jovemed ; a deao
< 'rcy il a n-nuMi»; r. urrm'.gm Na
tion of many eovereixn State», a per
fect union, one and ineoparable; aa
Ubli-hed upon thoar principle» et
frrerioir, ..-quality, iœtice. and hu
manity for which American patriot*
«aerifieed their Uvea and fortunée.
I thnrrfare believe H la my doty ta
my country to «apport tta Coaitita
tion; to obiiy lia lawi: to reject tta
fla«; and defend It ao'»at all an··
Thi· creed ha* been learned by
aore than two million achool chil
dren, and It ia well worth any one'»
time to read it and aae how mack ean
be laid in one hocdrari word». Ac
conlidf ta Carrent Opinion, thia pioea
of literature bid· fair ta becose a
Cet your tickets far "My Uncle
f«xn Japan" aarty and rameaaber yn
p%3. jwt one hatt-«uL reach far thla
;bow hare in Dana aa you would ia
iota* other towa.
To whoa It may Coneem:
The naderairaed will apply ta the
Governor for the pardon of Roy Paw
ell who waa convicted at the May
term 18Î1 of LareMiy. Any one op
posed to laid pardon will tile their
'objection. Thla Nor. 17* 1WJ
MRS. T. W. POWBLL.
Nov il (Be.
BUSINESS LOCAL *
LOST.—A «IB BILL ΝΕΑ* F1TCM
ett'i Drue Store. Tinder pleaaa
leave at Diapateh Office and reoelre
WOOOSAW.—I AM PREPARED TO
■aw y oar wood on «hert notice.
Lonnie Wade, Mo Eaat Broad St.
21 St pd.
Milk Cow Sale
Dunn, Thurs., Nov. 23
SALE STARTS AT 11 O'CLOCK SHARP
The sale will be held just aero·· the street
from Young'· Hotel. The cows ere owned
and sold by the J. C. Pollard Company of
Knox ville, Tennessee. Now b the chance for
you if you sre in the market for a good, up
to-date cow. All we ask is that you coma and
see them and judge for yourself. All of these
cows will be sold on the above dale regard·
less of cost or price.
Meet Us in Dunn Thursday, November 23.
J. C. Pollard & Co.
ALL WHO WANT THE BEST I·
«fie, to*t tor hitIm, ή all thtr
ι *e:i bixl dry fvud· loo, fheuM
ir»d Mr Wf ad in thU paper. B. G.
J X»». 11, JOTt.
I MONEY TO LOAM ON Ρ ABM
■r.···' i:i ·« rr ·>>>«(» frn»n * J ,"00 te
for 49 ycara. Ged-vto and
I ii :gan, Attorcejr*, Dunn. N. C
C R LOAD or CABB1DE JUST
ccc'v*d. All «lie·. Ccn» and pot
it. La· aad By*. ttc
Ff Β 8 Al MY RESIDENCE ON j
5r·.' fVft rll St. How cnUlM β I
«» nr. I bu modern eonvcnlan- '
cat. Sa· uw if interested. J. 8. War
«■. ç.1 8n:p·· ar.rmgi. 17 SU.
SI RAYED OB STOLEN ON NOV.
Ird, two black «ara mal·# left
•βγ harn. Fintli r plaaaa notÛT uj
nd tiwlw inward. Idea) Brick1
•Z·., Sloramb. K. C. 10 dt pd.
CCOD MOBNINC. IIAVE YOU MAD
*<*ar MuinT Call ll« and «*
•Ul eend It to roe. PreoauiBV
Caah Grocery. lltf. :
WANTED.—POSITION AS OVEE
we' (or 191!. Bave had experience
η tobacco end all prodacta frown.
Addreae E. P. Monro·, General D*
llrery, Dunn. N. C. It pd.
FOB YALE. — TWENTY SMABBS
ftr-minoie Pkoepfcate Ce. Stock.
Godwin and Jernljmn, Attorney!. I
CAR LOAD OF CARBIDE JUST
received. AU liwt Coaie tad get
it. Lee mi Syr. lte.
Fl *Z FARMS FOR BAU CHEAT—
•'r»cr eSanre to own a frrte Ut f*J
rent in thi» w»r and make to*
.-nta par (or it- Thia will be much
«tier then renting or bining an
utomoblle. Owe a heme far jromr
'aittily wher· t*i cannot be drhraa
Rouir I. Bos «4, Dane, N.
c. IT St pd.
W,i ARE RECEIVING THIS WEEK
' we leu of aaorted colon and t'.trr
'η ιhoaa tiatui $1000 velour
l'ranei which w» aell for 94 »8, and
the famoai Ιιί.ΛΟ French terse
rr-<et which we w)1 far $6.86,
• 1' fa* ladtas. 1b tfceee two lata we
hare lew than twe hundred m aB.
^-»t coat. flnt serrai to Mr r«l«.
»o yoa. or do yon not want the
cheaper. Ladle·? If jmt do 1
owirk action cet* numlta. R. Ο.
Mo* 21, IKS. · !
Miss Smith's Studio
Owe of ftm mUmmt gift, far
■ «tally av frUad b a fhtli
—W «Ma «U-.W
"Ο» Mr." <Mr · I»
weak· Mom tU» gift m~
—- Wky mi a afcfT
it u a sicmt το
Νι)·ε a. of «U kidda Maala? t· tb«
V*.!ow Fioat 8ter* tUt vwk. AH
» 0 «1« Ud Mit <·
.muM we· and prie· tlMM w
v^Ju«w n. C. Taylor Company
Nov. Jl, int. ■
CAI LOAJ> OP CAUDI ΛΙΙΤ
H. L*· and Bye.
-I *.&rc. Cease ud
3ΜΓΠΙ, POST*· ft CO. COWTKAC
Un *M buU4#*« 0t tai MM
tern, omcf or*r Bating MMnt
Γ-ompi mid MWutsr} work
pumtMtf. U U·.
hi-AAM WANTED.—I WANT TO
b · tvo-hor*. Urn wtik m>
Ρ·'···> *«r Pern or GwU.
alu. y/·# χ- - "w *
Prices in the Yellow Front Store,
Dunn, N. C., Runs with Crush
ing Force to Nov. 9th, 1922
Amazing value· is the order end must
Children · Coats, Coat Siika, Dresses,
Coats, Suite and ?i*r.fcs tor
Goods, Underweau*, Shirts,
the best in all lines thauc is v'tsd in
ail for Dress and Wovk as well. V/hiie cotton,
all raw materials sell at war time
Remember for those who do want to |
the BEST CHEAPER, we sell Women's ,
Thread Silk end Pore Wooi, end Men'* of
Shoe* for *11 the f*mily with leather msnlw, —mer nee*
stay* end top* of the fiue*t kid end c*lf akin* and through
our house you will find our merchandise of this hifh de—
-BUT CHEAPER. So folk* it » no fault of our* bat
your very own fault if you don't cet the newest and best
CHEAPER. Quick action in the YELLOW FRONT
STORE pays to you tremendous profits. Remember the
pl*ee and don't forget the da to—run* to November 29th,
1922 In the Yellow Front Store, Dan, N. C
R. G. Taylor Co.
la the YELLOW FRONT STORE
Dunn, North Carotin*