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THE DUNN DISPATCH
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Haw that the tawa primary ia aver,
iM’a aH pall together far a bigger
•mi batter Daaa.
Dwrt forget that oar af the bra'
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make It to tavaat ia Dirpatch adeer
Kegardlcm af whalhar or ate tta
tawa primary raaaha araia ea yawr
Ekiafe don't kick, bat pall for the
After reading the roparta of the
•«Whe af the “whipping bam“ in
th** hrfma. wo barn na da
•Ire whatever to become an tnmat >
•f that bjtitotWn.
Somebody baa aU the hate way
** woHd to Matter aeon la to
telegraph, telephone aad taU^wo
mmm, aad ia aw opinion, abo greater
^ *htea b toll t'amto. We might
add that dk J. _■_1__ ..
moot to tho t nm..
Adda bm being tha third work
A*ri* ^ to "»w*et Potato Wook”
«od ”Co«,ta«j Wook,** aad w. duat
• I™** ia* other kinds of wwtfc*
** to ho. Any way. we
I too* tho nowopopoi a
tho daqnt brought
»bo Mato prison authority,
ra reporter ta
. -bo ta attonw*.
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tort toto bo 4a inform the
pdMle of what tho feoaotjgaeem fln I.
You'D hare to giro tho iadim oiu.1
ko taom yrk.
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Yet. we’re laaraod that if tho
“dlaaof Du«n aro fur you politics'iv.
W*« aottlod, aad tha aeiao if thoy*rr
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Hava yea mad* your contribution
for food tag aad clothing too more
tbaa IMAM AmaU, .^nu iu
Amorieaa orphanages? If not. han.l
or mad H to Bor. A. R. Megue.,,.
rhaimaa of tho Naar Boot Belief in
Duan. America hoc kapt them alive
fit ftva yeaca and new they mast »ot
»• "tamed out** to starve aad frerxe
t. ‘tooth, Hka tooumad. af atWr, ir.
that country hare deae.
UD WOT IN SIGHT
Indicatlee. er. thrt it win yrt -s
a iaa« tins* War* the country
(ally over the reaction that follewrl
*• **" h#,h •* U,#
taa* prosperity. -which was enjoyed
for a •eaten darts* aod fast after
fh* rtaee of the World War. Many
of the hack failures. eras of L.U
awatJu, are direct rosalta of loan.
■a«te daring those days. Loans that
worn hached with property at the la
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k^kr. ttle tadWkhitarTlod^
«aay of the leant were oaeoflecti
Ue and as a reoolt the banks hare
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Am the negrooo of toe Dean Dio
rfet migrating ta the North? The
of Tho Dispatch roevsdy ro
oiMd aoeh an Inquiry from a Pso
ra! organisation. Tho question was
"CWOrwl la too negative. If the nw
!M papnlallaa of Ihio section Is leorr
m for the North or scy ether sec
ton. we have failed to not* their do
Tot, It U true, aceordlng to re
torts, that too nigra ee are leavlr*
** *ooth In large cambers and go
ng North. Why tide la Iron, v> are
inahto to coy. Chances are, how
rrer, that tho negroes who leave the
loath wfll treat to return and will
return in a very short time. A noted
MgM speaker recently made toe
rtaUaaent that the people of tho
North loved tho negro as a race, hut
rand nothin* for him aa an Individ
act, while ho cold the people of the
lawtV cam nothin* for the negro aa
a rare, bat only eared for the indi
vidual. The speaks* added that be
would rather live when the people
care for the Individual negro and
named the South as the best home
on earth for the negro.
DUDDINC STARTS SOMETHING
Ooo E. E. Deriding, head ef toe
Prisoner*' Relief society, of Washli*
too, D. C., appear* to have started
something. Ia letter* seat to North
Carolina prison authorities he points
horrible pictures of the ill-treetmcnt
of prisons ns, and goes so fsr ss to
soy he ooo prove that the charges.
Including that of umnorelfaUy whip,
ping of woman prisoners, an true.
8ome of tho prison authorities ap
porawUy wish to pass the charges of
Duddlng, who is himself aa ex-con
vict, unnoticed. Others think the
matter toould bo sifted oat to too
satisfaction of a bewildered public.
While we pia bat little faith ta
Duddlng ar hie sensational charges,
since toe matter has boon stirred to
too extort that it W, It might be
well to do a little investigating. Wo
don’t bclive In tho iahomoa treat
■eat of prisoners, neither do wo be
lieve In makirns- tt Son nWaso* i..
theme who km been famed guilty
of violating tho law* of tho land.
Primal are not intendod for ploa
(UIO resorts and thorn who go there
expecting to find them such arc asaal
ly dlsappaistod, as perhaps this man
Wo happen bo know that a number
*i convict* in a nearby county
“•track” recently and refuted to
Uav* their cage or to work for tore
day*, la fact, they never did begin
to work until two or three of the
•trike-premotor., or iaadom, had boon
whipped. What could bo used as a
•aboUtate far a whipping In earns
of this kind?
* dQpmrfiaw mean* horn* beaatlfi
cation time—a few vinos aad flavors
planted aow wit make a vast dlffrr
enco this summer in tho appearance
of tho bouse and year, says home
demonstration workers of the agricul
tural extension service.
PENROO SCREEN IS
HUMOROUS REVEL FOR
GROWNUPS AMD CHILDREN
For year* the cynics have declared
that Booth TaiUngteo's inimitable
character* of American boyhood, in
volved la his " Penrod ” stories, could
never be tocceoefuliy brought to Uio
•croon in one complete featore pic
tare. They pointed oat the Impassi
bility of getting the Juvenile actors
that tho story colled for, the lock of
consorted soqnonco between the epi
sodes snd tho absence of counter ac
tion to nuke a story of dramatic
solas for tho aerooa.
X>««pUo their protest* R ha* U«n
tea., ter “ Penrud.- th. riwt Na
tthrad attraction produced by Mar
teaB Ntilan. which will be ahown at
the Goto ala) Theatre Monday, to one
Of th. mo«t (enuiimly human, ap
peaMaf mat inUrrstlnf picture* that
hM .rur been seen. Th* director
bM taken Booth Tarktoften1* char
ncter. and fir an them a Ufeliko In
terpretation breathla* the very *m
*•«<• «f youthful rnacanlity nod ro
Cuiahnom. He haw taken the aapn
rated episode* of Penrod‘a trlrtsnrs
and moulded them Into Oh* coherent
tfory. H. ha* preaarved f.r the
wreen the one a lory that ahauld
Men be allowed to disappear_(be
•pie of American boyhood. It i.
tue«l lr humor—«ne which every-'
one vrCf enjoy.
If the picture lulu villain, and
counter action U ii only because Uj
dcAl* with juvenile, and to ao far
more aahilary ami entertaining than
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* fivtt ileal of lh»* dramatics material i
•t theve days. Penrod ScoAeld, <
wha has acquired th* reputation of i
bofag the town') orfulloat” boy (
toco tiirough his «. ps In learning tr ■
dance, in formfi.* Um American
Boy*' Protective AifoWadou, In via
itlng the circus, leu nlng tba ravages
ef driitiq from u or.e-M^tt trawl
troop*, patting on his own drone with
ROBINSON U NOMINATED
Payette Wit*, April 1«._In the .
diosciaUc municipal palmary her*
today H. McD. RoMnaon detested J.
C McRae far Mayor. Aidarmen
nominated were J. H. Pluanoar, E.
w. Pereival, J. R. Uarrlaon, J. R.
Tolar, Jr., X. H. Buckingham. Q. b.
Pattemon, (R. D. Jones, and 0. J.
McConnell. Pat the board of aodit
and A nance, W. W. Horn*, D. U.
Sandlin, J, H. Culbreth were nonri
Nomination la aemMIaat to
laetton, aj thorn via bo ao oppo- ]
Itioo In tho regular akotioo on tho
trat Monday in May.
Trade at Dunn’s new Har
less store where you can have
pour harness, and all kinds of
eather goods repaired prompt-1
y. All harness bought hare
will be kept in repair free of
sharge, something unknown in
Come and look over the
itock—splendid riding saddles
in sale; coltkn, better than
:an be bought for same money
snywhere. So with harness.
WEIL’S HARNESS SHOP
N. Clinton Avenue, next door
to W. J. Jones & Son Grocery.
DUNN, N. C.
WOULD YOU HAVE
of aim pi* lino* and mnjeatic mien. *r
uae of more ornate deeutn and eiab
orata effect? We can plan and erect
for yon either type of monument ai
you may prefer. Yoo may ttolnct the
kind of Hone yon deal re alto.
DUNN MAAELB WOEK3
X. B. William*. Prop.
HO Edyerton 8L Dunn, N. (X
J. L. HATCHER
Dunn. North Carolina
Undertaker and Licensed Embalmer
Day or Night Phone No/16
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ICE CREAM—Eat More of It. It
is a Pure Food.
Our ice Cream is 100 per cent pure, Clean
and Delicious. Buy it for your Sunday Din
ner and every other meal.
The Whole Family Will Enjoy It
Try Our Black Walnut and Other
DUNN ICE CREAM PARLOR
and Candy Kitchen
F. G. SHKAN, Proprietor
Phone No. 268 Next to Postoffice
GET YOUR SODA NOW!
Two hundred tons to arrive within
the next ten days.
PRICES ARE GOING HIGHER
Johnson Cotton Co.
DUNN, —NORTH CAROLINA 1
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If you own a Willys-Knight or an Overland car you
should get your service hero. Being authorised agents
for those cars, wo are interested in the service they
give and can furnish genuine parts at the factory list
Wc have your interest at heart and will strive to
serve you well.
E. V. GAINEY
Phone 156 —J— Dunn. N. C.
THE BARNES & HOLLIDAY CO.
Undertaker* and Emhalmers
A full line of Ccttina. Caaketa and Burial Robee. '»
Service any time, anywhere. < ’
Day Phone !1 Night Phone 70 i
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HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW HOOVER
We cordially invite you to witness, without obligation, a demon
stration of the Hoover Cleaner at our office, or on your rugs, at home.
You want to buy the most satisfactory electric cleaner. You want
the one that will remove all of the dirt. Then take the trouble to
investigate thoroughly. There is a big difference in electric clean
ers. Learn how they differ and why. Let us tell you why the Hoover
is the largest selling electric cleaner on the market today.
r ^ (^nC ^°^ar Puta t^e Hoover in your home $1 $1
Call 426 now and ask for Free demonstration in your home. No
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CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT CO.
At Your Service "
Wherever motor cars are discussed,
and that's nearly everywhere, somebody
it sura to remark—“That Stude baker
Special-St* is a regular automobile,"
The Studebaker Special-Six baa been
on tbs market for four years. Kach year
has seen added to it such refinements
end Improvements as time hat made
possible. Today there are more than
one hundred and twenty-five thousand
h» «very-day service and we don’t be
lieve there’s a dissatisfied owner.
The name was selected because com
parative testa against all kinds of cart
made this car stood out as something
special and apart from the ordinary run
of automobiles. It requires special merit
to warrant calling any car a special—
and If the valua isn't special the ear
quickly fades away.
Count the “Special-Sires” that have
appeared since the arrival of the Btudo
bakar Special-Sir. That's the proof of
the value of the original Special-Sir.