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Mil* Ham*, public health nurse,
hai returned from Wadeeboro. where
•he spent Think*giving with rela
G. C. Womble and eon, Cletui, have
returned from Pitteboro, after spend
ing a few d*yi with Mr. Woa&le’a
mother, who has been seriously in.
There will he a box party at Pinay
Grove School house Friday night, De
cember 8th. at 7:S0 o’clock. The pro
ceeds will go to the desk fund.
Cape Fear Lodge Knights of Py.
this*, are planning to have a big oy
ster roast on the rveali* of Decem
ber 28th All members and a number
of invited guests are expected to at
Mrs. W. M. Peele of Aulsnder and
Mrs T. H. Bridger* of Lewiston,
•pent the week end with their sister,
Mrs. Annie Parker, on their return
from the Teacher*' Assembly, which
W»J held in Raleigh l»*t week.
Mr*. LcRoy Bailey ha* returned
from a visit to fri«nd* in Belas.
Rev. and Mr*. O. B. Perry of Selma
were here last week to visit their
•laughter, Mr*. Che*. Highsmlth, who
has hern quite ill for th« peat several
J. C. Cox of Lumber Bridge, and
P. E Monroe of Raatey, spent San-1
•lay her* with Mr. and Mr* R. F.1
Monroe. Mrs Atkineonjjid Ma. R. C.
Cax of Red Springs, ware also the
gueita of Mr. anil Ma Monro* San
f. 8. Aldridge of Trinity j
Poehaas. praaehad at the1
Methodist ciiurch Sunday rooming
Mr. HuiTaloc. former pastor, morse
last wash to his new home in Dui
ham, and Mr. Adams who will succeed
him ss pastor, has not yst arrived.
Mrs. E. N. Johnson and daughter,
am visiting the formers' parents is
Raleigh for a few days this week.
The 01ft Shop announces that
through the month of December light
refreshments will be served. When
doing your Chrmtmas shopping drop
In for a cup of tea, ehleken lalad or
sandwiehes. Delicious home -
candy, packed in attractive boxes, at
60 cento pound.
John C. Beard and Miss Mytrie
T. Bolton Of Duke, were united in
marriage Wednesday evening, Nov
ember 20th, at the residence of Rev.
E. N. Johnson on South Layton Ave
nue. Only a few friends were present
at the ceremony which was performed
hy Mr. Johnson.
Mr. C. A. Baker of D.unn spent
Thanksgiving with his sister. Mr*. J.
W. Anderson. Mr. Bsker lived hers
for several yvars before going to
Dunn end his good nature anil sunny
smile make him always welcomed by
Ida friends, and Ms friends am ail
those who ever know hlm.--Willlam
J R Smith and M It Portar re
turned Sunday from a visit to rela
tives In South Carolina where they
spent Thanksgiving. Mr. Smith and
Mr. Portar recently located in Dunn
and arc establishing themselves as
contractors They arc fust completing
the Avery Butler residence. Mrs. 8.
E. Turbrvllla returned with them and
will assist them in their work.
The Goldstein Company! Christmas
sale begins Thursday morning and
will continue through Saturday, De
cember 2Srd. The Semi-annual clear
ance sale of Johnson Brothers
starts this week and will open Friday
morning and continue through Sat
urday, December l«th. Both those big
Dunn stores will give their customer*
real bargains during their sates.
Goods have been marked down to a
low level and the entire stock st
both stores U being offered without
At High noon at the First Baptist
church on Saturday. December 2nd.
Mr. Robert B. Pearce and Mias OvoBa
Britt were married in the presence
of a few friends. Rev. E. N. John
The bride is the attractive daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Britt, and la
popular with thu younger social act
of Dunn. Mr. Pearce is a young busi
ness man of promise, bring the earn
er of Poaree’s Bakery of Dunn.
The young oospla hare the beat
wishes of s host of Dunn people who
wish for them every happiness anil
NOTICE TO W. O. W.
On Sunday December 17 at 1 o'
clock the unveiling of tho S. I.. Jack,
ion monument will take place. All
members in good standing arc invited
L. B. POPE, C. C„
W. H. STRICKLAND, Clerk,
Mingo Camp W. 0. W. S6S.
CARD OF THANKS
Wn wish to thank our many friends
for the numborlasa kindnesses shown
u» during our recent sorrow in the
loss of our loved one. We also appre
ciate the sympathy shown and the
quantities of lovely flowers.
W. W. Shay has begun a register of
merit for high class pure bred sows
in North Carolina Here is offend
another incentive for better hogs in
the state. Only the beat can enter tills
I rum 50 to 100 hens on every
farm la the boll wavvil district U
mighty good insurance for three
square mealk a day. SomeUmas a
cooperative rarlol shipment ran be
made of the surplus.
AT NEWTON GROVE
Kev. R. H. Willis, who comes to IK
Knyeltsvillc District ns Presiding d
•lor from the Elisabeth City DistrUt,
will hold his ftnt quarterly confer
cnc* for the Newton Grove chave
D.umber Oth enJ 10th. Everybody
:4 welcome. Come and hear him.
8. W. PHILLIPS, Paator. |
..o-ii'*. JL> • LOCAL *\
MONEY TO LOAN ON FAIUlj
lci.de in uimuntn from $1,000 to
i->0,000 for J3 years. Godwin and'
r'tigxn, Attorney*, Dunn, N. C 1
III NTRRSi I WILL TAKE YOU TO
Pamlico Bound for weeks daek,
squirrel and bird shooting for $J0 I
nay all expenses except board sad ’
•iirl’e. Board for SI daily. Privet* I
place. Best shooting. Leave Raleigh 1
each Monday on Pierce Arrow con-,
iirted car. Moot parties in Satth
field by appointment. For retarrn
tions write Cecil Barrington, Clay
ton, N. C. ,
FINE FARMS FOR SALE CHEAP—
Your enance to own a farm by pay
it.g rent in this way and make the
rvoii pny for It. This will be moeh
hotter than renting or buying an
cutamobile. Own a homo for year
family where yoa cannot be driven
r.vrvy. Route I, Box *4, Dunn, N.
C. IT »t pd.
CADET COIL WATER HEATERS—
l,ee snd Rye. Prices reasonable.
; SPECIAL PRICES |
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Standard Middlings . .. _$2.10 '■
Red Dog. $2.50 i:
Sugarine Scratch Feed_$3.00 ;
Sugarine Buttermilk Mash_$3.50 ;;
Sugarine Dairy Feed__$2 50 !!
Sucrene Dairy F eed_$2.25 I
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Just a few more tons of the above bar- ;
gains left. Next prices will necessarily be 1
higher. Buy now end save the difference.
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i FREEMAN’S CASH GROCERY li
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LOST —SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1*4
oiw brown leather hand beg con
«*i"ing a child* cloth. 1 will gladly
pay anyone who ha* found the bag.
If toond pieaae bring tt to Mr*.
Man Maynor, Dana, N. C.. »#• N.
Kirn Avenue. *t pd.
BRICK-KILN RUN BO PER CENT
hutl. Shipment* within 4« hour*
after receipt of order. Layton
Brick Work*. (Setabliahed lUf)
Marion, K C. Dec 1 • mo.
LOBT—IN DUKE BIONDAY A DOG.
•tooot 1-4 Bin-dale; 1-4 poodle; 1-4
do*, not *ure what other 1-4 la
Name "Butter," theac intimate with
him call hire "Bum." Hta money
value I*—4, however hi* owner*
am attached to him and will give
reward for hi* return to Dupotrh
WANTED SALESMAN KB MAE
nett County tu sell lubricating
oU direct tu automobile owner*
P»* «** preferred. Gaud pay.1
Ivr portico inn write C. E. Itnumt
Bos 1064, Creenobotu, N. C. It pd.
WANTED.—TO GIT~W TOUGH
with some one leading * fuse fore
man. Have bad impart—eo U
crewins any product grows on
form. ft. P. Mao rue, Dana, N. C.
Car* general delivery.
CMITH. POBTEB A CO., CONTBAC
tor* and builders of frame etruc
lore*. Ofllre over Butlert Market,
PiOM I a d Mliaftrto y wort
coor&titsed. 14 tfg.
GOOD MOANING have TOO NAD
ynor »«,u'.y*r Call 316 and wo -
will eond It te yea. F.i-oraan'iJ
Caob Grocery. ITtt
MONEY TO -lin MUNm
f**# »mMl tin—ill Dalian to
Wan mi Aral aMton m imA aw
_**■_ Pax. I At
HOW fO 1AVE MONEY.—fUT IT
Jn aatoaokiUw? No. BimotM
No. Extra drcraT Ma Pit la and
iand, nek a* wfll add to mi
**•!&. fcoalth aad hayplaam ifl i
ca-« for your widow and AIM '
whn row ar* tern la »Moaa. I
har<' tf>« ktoMl < t toad MMd la.
I t> ■■'•* MOM Ulan I «aa look adtor
and want to dirtdo oa loaf. aaar
ww i• 0. laytoa. Data, X. c.
Dot. 1, It »d.
:A«Ea>E_aTi ma. ruan
i<drt. Loo and Ayr. IMt
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—arid for the Day's Start—Bread
THETIP’S j o foiTilulion likii B rod iov an Hone*t day's work. 8a
htg:n ymr day with Bread—Bread in tkt form af to art or rolls,
c J« t n w bulu-rvti slices
li»««»d i, .dual found.t on-food because—
It bu id* tames, orreba* the blood, givoa yoa an abandonee of
Mirrsy for your daily tasks
Mily Nice Bread
is tlip loaf tha t combine* too Bf Food Baloo, dolkl
""Urn of ftov nr, and economy. Ask your grocer.
B.O.Tow send Business Pr
Located On East Broad, Edgerton and Harnett Streets in
-S nbdivided Into 124 Beantifnl Resident! 1 and Business Lots, to be Offered
IT AllfTION Wednesd&y> December
H I HUl I lUn AT 10:30 O’CLOCK, A. M
C,r<,,in*' •“ m0“ “““”* *Ch°°1* “d Ch-'h“’ •» —k~ in Nora. C^lina, win*
These very reasonable terms: 1-4 cash; balance 1, 2 and 3 years. 5 per cent discount for cash.
FREE BARBECUE DINNER-$ 100 IN GOLD TO BE GIVENAWAY
J. C, Mack Jen, our representative at Young* s Hotel will be glad to show or furnish any information desired.
| GOOD MUSIC BY A. C. R. COMPANY BAND
SALE CONDUCTED BY
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“The Name That Justifies Your Confidence'’ WM
PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.