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THE DUNN DISPATCH
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Addraaa aU ti—wlriMm to A*
1>‘— !tah K'A deportment* of A*
OisfMurk eu be iomM through tala
4ou Mat _- as with hit name.
It i* not nwaiurj that the oaaaa b*
pahjibed. bat *- iwaAt tbit tt b»
■tun aa an evidence of rood fmhh.
Short aeeooaU at wedding*. enter
ta haw ante. dub laoUngi at*., are
JOY VUSUI GLOOM
Whsu guile a youngster we ran
•army ta aaa a play and In thb play
waa a scene in which were depicted
personal hide of opposite baU. One
group af characters impersonated
Joy—aaotinr group repreeoetad
Gioosa. Tko adherents stalked around
log around uttering dire misgivings,
tending a ehUl to the surrounding*,
creating dismay and sadness. Then
in turn came the disseminators of Joy
woe and eausing gladness
t to reign supretno. The
_ k aoesehew, got orar to us
and we haea neeer forgotten it.
Joy and Qleem hare been with as
tnm the beginning, they will be with
ue until the sad. Joy Urea In the
Aaps of the optimist, Gloom exists
in the form of the pesstmiaL Ths
optimist gees shoot doing good, bs
radiates good cheer; he has a word
for tho crestfallen and the dswmund
<mt*r; ha c so tributes to the poor and
••Iteeue the distressed; ho works for
tho aphuRding of hb community and I
■"■Is* when things go wrong; ha bo
Boeaa that an £ right with the world
taud that the Lord is oo His throne.
Behold the pessimist. Be Maeth
up la the morn and goeth forth fun
•f roaoat If hb neighbor is poor,
not hb hard hok. Hs knocks <nr
•aylhfng la which he b set materially
Interests d; hb neighbors, when pomi
Ma, ghra kim a wide berth; ha works
•■Jf far the esslargrment of hb awn
JaOy reO; kb seal b shrirailed and
aa b thb think teak. Whan Gabriel
"■k tape wa think wa had rather
In the ranks ef tho oplim*
tets. What da you think about it?
■w» IN mr km hM ta year 1
•Nwk if Dana mi a town or a di*- 1
■ni Well wo hove and we promptly
tdl that it's a town aad a pood one,
and then we display a few symptoms '
of the disease, Duanltia. TM« disease
ia fait approaching the epidemic 1
stage aad if it prafea yoa. It will leave
foa la much bettor condition than it ■
fsaad yea. *o yon need net be fright
eaol and Meik op on preveatativea
for aooaer or later yoa an pomp to
have aa dtaii Therefore, yoa might
aa well become reconciled to poor
fate and receive it graeioaalp.
Whea once yea have had a good case
af the Duanltia. yoa naturally aad
^alwqiietly become a big booster
far Duan. Yo . rave continually of
Dun’a advantage*, if* wholesome at
mosphere and it'* Sac cltUenrp. Yoa
ted 'me It U e flemishing dtp of four
»h ease oil wall, dtaated on the ~al.
Boo of the A. C L railway, Pay.ue
*0k a few aulas to dm south, and
WOwo a few milea to the north, Bra
■Oes af pawed streets, splendid
Hghte n’werything Yoa talk of our
feral tors factor!**. fartiUsar plant,
o« min. Iron aad steel shops. It's
Mfoadld eharehaa sad da* scheob, k's
«*—»f eomaaaroa and It’s Bulld
Ihg and Lean Association.
Watth oat or tka DoasMs will got
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Cap* IWr. We fancy that Heptane
tad the patrol* of tho *m will ho
ot the District. hot now Urine In
Maltload, IV, |* in Dean with a can
lead of wa*g«i and tangerines. Yon
*13 And him in a ride-deer pollaiaa
jo the B. and H. car track, where
he effl be glad te aee yoa and eapply
potw waata at lew prl«*e. Julian any*
that he like* his adapted Mate bat B
alwaya delighted te greet hie eld
friend* in UU eectieo.
It B a *eore* of much pUosur* te
choir friend* end Donnlte* generally
to learn of the pregreee being —^
by two af ear bey*. Parry Jenigaa
and Braxton Baggett. Abort pwm
: •*" ago tbeee young men went u
Sanford, Fla., where they engaged
in tha aatomebOe buriaaoe and theii
wee*** from the beginning ha* beer
vlmdld. Their baaiaea* has grown te
such proportion* that it became noees
»ey to hire larger tauten, and
jest recently a eommodioua salee
room and Ailing rtalon, wih alt mod
ern conveniences, hoa been erected
tor their use in the Florida city. They
are the agent* in that district for the
Lexington and Hapmoblle automo
bile* and are deservedly popular in
Lhcir adopted home. The style of their
Arm is the B. and O. Garage.
“Cam ’em ldd“ were tha word*
that war* hurled against tha port
a'.de of our aaatamy as wa ambled
down Broad. These chatty words of
greeting emanated from the ehast of
Vernon H. Mamengill, bettor known
u ”P- T." that hnaky ton of a coble
tire. On or aboat Janaary 1. 1928.
Pet* will open up aa up-to-date ail
oring Establishment in one of tha
naw brick atoms. Jut across tha
Street from Jere Pearsall’* Mill* sta
tion. He win be the local mpraaonta
tire of the Hopkins Tailoring Com
pany, and will hue on display aa
defeat lino of turned*. target n’erwry
thing. Pete is a lire one. able to fune
>«n at any and all times, and says tell
the fellow* to give him a call. Hi*
method of doing basic cat will be di
rect from the factory to the con
loater aM hia price* aril] bo right.
The lehools close today for the
Christmas holiday* and tha tarhara.
■hooe homes am elaewhovo, will be
baring ta spend the Yuiotid* soaaon
rith their friends and relative*. They
tarn labored long and diligent for the
kdvaaerment of Dunn’s young hop*.
’ala and wa am sure that the oppor
mahy to relax will be welcomed with
>pea arms. May thorn leaving and
Comtag down this morning wo en
ountered a couple of kids and when
re asked them what Old Santa *ai
^>ing to bring them, their eye* fairly
gileteac* a* they told Ui ot tba »
PkW bounty, and then ekedaddled.
la a happy, carefree manner.
The Incident carried u back to the
day* of oar early childhood We took
a little trip on memory** chip. W*.
could aee Cel John Oetei bfaiking
the entrance to the old Divine Hotel,
mB»* for Lottie; Dr. Harper m*k>
hie daily calk; Dr. Fleming at
the portal* of Young** Big Store; and
then, head* ap, here comes Profeeeor
Carrier. Wonderful day* theta. Good
morning, chirp* Bum, a* we snap
DUNN BOYS PROSPERING
IN A FLORIDA TOWN
Marina I*** New BaildUg BeUt Te
Meet The D*o»*od* CM Their
The following artlclo from the
Sanford, (Fla.) Herald, will be In
ter** ting to many DUpatch reader*.
Perry Jemigan and Ercxtoa Baggett
are doing well in their adopted home
ud their guccets will bo pleating
new* to their many friend* in Dunn.
Here k what the Florida paper says;
One of the finest and beet equip
ped forego* and filling itatlon* in
thi* part of the date will open for
burinoto Saturday and in this ieeuo ll
the opening announcement. Title U
the B. and O. Garage that will open
"aw place at the corner of Sec
ond «tmet and Sanford avenue and a
force of men are busy patting on the
finishing touche* on the new fine tile
And >tnn*A KailrMn* One H# ilia — - -
<*t features of the new building 1*
th* big drive-In filling nation Chet
will take ear* of a doable line of
car* that has ample room to drive In
and tarn around or do any kind of
stunta all under the big roofed in
parking space. In tha building prop
er la the accessory department In full
view ef th* street, th* ladles' rest
room, th* big salesroom that will Hold
several ears at on* timo and the bast
^ oflfN and other roorra.
In the rear is the storage and m»
ehin* shops wher* everything Is ar
ranged fer the beat service and th*
beet condition* for the force of men
employed in th* shops. All equipment
i* new and right up to the minute
from the new oil and gaa pumps, the
water and air pressure pumps to the j
machine shop* and best of all the
building is fireproof and made of th*
beet materials throughout. The build
ing U a very attractive one from the
exterior a* well as the interior and
add* much to that part of the city
which by the way is destined to bo
rons on* of th* busiest parts of San
It is dUKeult to describe in detail*
1 Hew boat* of the- Lexington and
Hup mob lie. Go over there Saturday
and lock them ever. G* over and get'
two gallons of ga* frua, go over and
get a free tube with every tire and
talk with Messrs. Jernlgan, Daggett
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ww-.ii and fhsve them take
you all through the plant.
■' i-h, bat nt* lean, the B. A
* as sve aril neve
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. c-Yii "advice" the watrh
_• - d ■ “si* f&nke telle Lexingto
~ ?«a:bUo caip a* yea probtbi
kite or and ki fine line look
than ever In tpelr new home
Ke one wae evaf married yet win
krww what al thee wedding present,
were for. j
After a man hfe triad to lead a
calf he haa more priJeoee with human
GOOD MORNIHC.W1AVE YOU HAD
yonr mamgat pall tl« and we
will mndR (at yea. Preeman’e
»eeh Grocery. jttf.
MONEY TO LOa! HanY /kwM
on long time. I latareeted eee aa
1W*** " 1 W*rtt AttcrMya
CHRISTMAS II < OM1NC — WHY
|l»* htaa m nice Steamer or
S.Ik Hlnah Rohelor Chriatsms pre
«fuu He wtU appreciate K. Coma
nn<l eee our aWortmsnt. Z. V.
Snipea, w11 tf.
aATTEWEZ—OCtD WEATHER IS
hed on Batteriel. Lot ua pat yeare
in Roed cendltlem for cola weather
driving. E V. 8nipee. il tf.
TOE Mil —SMELL COOK STOVE
|n Rood condlutmTlee W. E Camp
•bell at Worth tt>pe*t Dairy. tfc.
FOR SALE—ONI BOlUft AND E»
In flraLel . condition. Any
one wishing to tj apply to L. A.
Watrra, Root* L, Box 111. Dunn,
N C- _It 4t pd.
MONEY TO LO II — **00.000.00
h ire Hand rod ' konannd Do Han to
loan on flrst m (Wage on real to
ut*. Long tin . Easy paymonta.
5 T. Suriea a d 0. A. Barbour,
Benson, N C. Office third floor,
Firmer* Coma irei*] it««t Build
ipK- "i_ Dm. 1 St.
CARBIDE-ALlii SIZES. PRICES
right. Lea and yo. IStfe.
TIRES.—JUST I KCRIVRD A BIG
shipment of Madebaher Tirea.
Prieaa from f BO up. Come and
see thaw. Z. i . Snipes 18 tf.
MONEY TO M Ml ON FARM
LVAJ* ““»* S» from 11,000 to
S.iO.OOO for dWyeara. Godwin and
Jyruigan, At todays, Dunn, N. C.
WE KNOW—yAu' HAVE REEN
waiting for tbeia good Tire*. Wi
hare just receded them. BeU W<*
*11 prices. Z.y. Snips*. if tf.
LISTEN—WRAWER MAN SAYS
intensely cdld Ware sweeping this
way. Better It prepared with a
mod —r~ lUril it Babe. Wo
havs a nles^aibsrtmen*. Z. V.
FRUIT CAKE—FLACK YOUR OR
den now. Beat grade, TKc, per lb;
second grade Me per pound. H. 0.
Mattox. Phona No. 69 19 St pd.
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Our Annual Clearance
Sale Opened Friday
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The many distinctive bargains we are offering to our
customers are attracting large crowds each day. There are
only four days left however, to avail 'ourself of the oppor
tunity to do your Christmas Shopping at a big reduction.' f ’
There are many bargains left in our large stock of stand-* 11
ard merchandise on which you can save money.
Best Granulated Sugar 3 l-2c lb. |
During the remainder of this week we will sell you 10- zf
Dm. of granulated sugar for 3 1-2 cents per pound with a
$10.00 purchase or more. Only 10 pounds to a customer.
Remember we handle only the best advertised brands II
of merchandise which means you get qualitr for every dol- ' If
lar you spend with us. - fi
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Come And Save Money
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E. L. PARKER & SONS jjj
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CADET con. WATXJt HIATUS—
Lea and Bye. Priee* reasonable.
’NB JtlSIDSNCI LOT FOtf'SALl
—O-e of Dotin’* rory but lot*.
I onto »nou*h for two rooidooeoo
located on o corner la fine neirh
borbood. Win ei-re term*. Quick.
J»bn A. Date*. FayettaolUe,
FOR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS—
Drto* a good used oar and enjoy
yoonelf. Others ride, why not you.
Big bargain* In ueed cara D. P. 8.
Motor Co., Snipe* Gang*. 18 tf.
BRICK.—KILN RUN *0 PER CRHT
hard. Shipments within 48 boan
after receipt of order. Layton
' Bride Works. (Established list)
_ Marion, a a Dee 1 • mo.
FOR SALE—AUBURN FIVE PAS
PWp. Speedster, beth in
good condition at bargain countar
pricaa. D. P. 8. Motor Company.
Snipes Garage. 12 ti
WHY WORRY—ABOUT WHAT TO
fri*« bin for Christmas when we
have just what ha needs most. See
our tine of Auto Robes. E. V
Snipes. !2 tf.
FOR THE OLD HOME
FOR THE NEW HOME
Get your furniture at—
Barnes & Holliday’s
No store has a larger, prettier, more ser
No store can quote you more attractive
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. . SEE US FOR STOVES
Barnes & Holliday Company
Dunn, N. C.
You will find the largest and most complete 1W of—
•w brought to Dunn in our iton.
Furniture for every room in the house. Prices always
Dunn, N. C Varina, N. C.
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