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P. S. Cooper went yesterday ti
Mullins, S. C., ot visit relative*.
K. Honeycutt, of Varlna, was t
business visitor here Wednesday.
Mr*. C. A. Coarh, ot Red Spring*
>s visiting har moth.r, Mrs. M. D
Parker, in Dunn.
Osesr Britt ot l.umbvrton span
Wednaeduy nn.l Wednesday night ir
Dunn visiting rsUtlvis.
Gam Thomns, manager of the Plftt
Avenue Shop, wus a business vVtoi
to Rocky Mount this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W . H. Barker, oi
Goldsboro, spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Alphin.
J. A. Johnson, of Danville, Va.
spent yesterday and last night bore
''(siting his brother, W. B. Johnson.
Marguerite, small daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Satton, is recovering
from an attack of whooping rough.
U J. Beat of the local bar returned
Wednesday afternoon from Raeford,
where he attended Hoke county
Jomea E. Eldrtilge, former cashier
of the State Bank A Trust Co., went
yesterday to Raleigh, where he turn
accepted n position as office manager
fur Scant'* bakary.
Circle No. 4 of the Methodist
church will meet Monday afternoon
at 3: ao o'clock with lla U A. Al
phin. Every member is urged to be
prswent at this meeting.
An infant ton of Mr. and Mrs. C.
U. Stephenson died Wednesday night
a short time after it was bom Inter
ment was made in Greenwood cerae
lory yesterday morning at 10 JO
The iDunn Family Laundry will
open for buttoeas on Monday of next
week, April tS. This new steam
laundry ia located near (he plant of
too Dunn Ira 41 Fuel Go. Tha laun
dry 'phone la 104.
Miaa Agnes Cximady want Werlnc*
dxy to Gresnxboro to attend a meet
ing of former graduate* of the must
eal else* of the North Carolina Cal
U«<n fur Woman. She expsetsd to re
turn home 8unday.
The old aayiag about a “chip of
tha old block” will have to be changed
to a " leg of the old block ” to fit the
cate of Freckles Barry, who wears
port of hi* father's red flannel under
wear fo» an amateur theatrical show
•n “ Penrod,” Marshall Nsilan't adap
tation of the famous Booth Tsrktag
Tha fohearing Dunn people wit
nessed the CarwKae-Trtattp baseball
gams at Chape] HI1) Wednesday:
Misses Marger»t Wads, MlaStnltl Da
ria, noise Godwin, Emily Cobb; Bar
pgr HoMIfey. WiMiana Hboameem.
Bam Fleishman, William Newberry,
Jr., M. M. Jemtgaa, Hugh Prince,
Paul Newberry; Dr*. 1. L Warren
and W. E. Coltmne. Trinity won
the game i to t.
MR. C. E. WEATHER5BY DEAD
Mr. E. C. Weathersby, well known
tr»velii.g man, died suddenly to a
Kinston hospital Thursday morning.
The buiial took placo at Paioon this
morning. Mr. Weatbsnby waa srall
known In Dunn. He waa a brother
in-law of Br. I. F. Hick*, and had
many friend* to Dunn.
| PEMDEK’S LOCAL STOKE
NEEDS NO MONUMENT
Oat of tha several hundred (toic*
operated by D. Pender, owner ol
I one of Dunn'a mod popular mere
I :e». •!*.' one ■heiv >i the flrst to hare
'.a monument placed over ft —and
The Dispatch ia guilty.
! A few day* ago Ponder's ran a
| !»**• advertisement on the local
; l**D °f Thg Diapatch. Over the ad
another for the Dunn Marble
Work* in which M«nin B. WillUim
: the proprietor, aaked. “ What Dec,
a Monument Menu to Vou?" The
' WlUlanie a<l carried a largo lumb
I atone. 1. Leo Pender, advertising
! m.t/»!»*«• r of Lhr Pi'inkff Sl«n », «<u
I moved to write u» follow*:
“ What 'loei a monument mean
*• u* —J* our More In Dunn a (lead
one. Thi» is the flret monument
to be placed over one of our stores”
By thl» time Mr. Pondar will have
learned from the daily receipts of the
local Mors that hi* establishment ban
1* far from being a “ dead one." It
givaa ovary proralaa of being a men
I umant to ita founder, rather than
, being the subject of a monument.
However, with tht consent of the
follow who makes op the pages of
The Dispatch, there'll be no more
monuments placed over D. Pender
CONFEDERATE VETERAN DIES
Leonard Edge, aged R7 yonrs and
a Confederate veteran. died at 4
o’clock yesterday morning at Ml
home in Mlngu township of the in
firmities of old ago. He is survived by
Ms widow and oho son.
—A- #. V|. Ainu, Ut UUD
WIN DIED YESTERDAY
John Quincy Jocks diod at 3 o’clock
y cote relay afternoon at his horns in
Godwin. Deceased was about TO
ycraa old. and la sarrtvsd by his
widow and ona daughter, Mrs. E. C
Ddrrrton. He bad been In declining
health for more than a year, but bad
been confined to his room loi only
fire days The funeral will be con
ducted tomorrow (Saturday) after
noon ai 2 o’clock at the home by Rev.
A. R. McQueen, pastor of theDunn
Presbyterian church, of which de
ceased was a member. Interment will
i be made In the family cemetery at
I the old Jones home, near Godwin.
] erase, Apr. la.— Announcement
1 hare been received here by various
I friasida, of tbo marriage of Mia Julia
| Elam and Mr. W. F. Alston, of War
■watan, which occurred last Saturday
aaoa in ILalaigh The ceremony was
| performed by the RsV. W. W. Peels,
I faster of tbs Bdsnton strum chsrth.
! Mies Elsm was connected with tbo
i Good Hope Hospital here In the rols
, of a nurse up until her marriage last
week. Mr. Alston is travelling rvpie
senlativv for the K. K. Dailey Co.
of Brooklyn, N. Y. Immediately after
the wodd'ng Mr. ami Mrs Alston left
on their honeymoon for Washiiyton |
and New York and other points. They
will bo at home in Warrcnton after
April 22. Theaiany friends of the
bride and groom here wish to extend
to the happy pair their many con
Mra. E. H. Boat and Misses Mary U.
Cantwell and Lulu Zerbr. attended
the convention uf the Woman’s Ana
• Wilton riMinty, .North Orolina, *h
> Alt** Phili p* (iom Dunn.
WANTED _ mam wrra cam tc
*cll ruantateod Cord dm WB
rrninnr aoUrjr and OMMM «M
rlyht man. Oard-oJVnm Rubbai
Ca., Id# W. Jackaoa Bird., CW
cu«0- Pi- It pn
COWS FOB SALE—OKI OF MV
Uouala. Tern Daria, Dok* No. I
Imt oarenu froah coin for mU
danne- J. Smith. Dana, N. C.
BABY CHICKS — WE WILL HAW
a bo it fit Broun LMfcoaaA aka
aercial hum)rod w3a L**hom
rWfU for detfvpry April idth.
*,S ,° P'r knmirad, **ah wtte or
tier. Will have ••**0*1 kviidml
White tc*h#rn cBioka Nor iklftary
each five ikjra after 'April HU
hint cheek* *dt the Mdefcn How
ard Farm. Dunn, N. C_M ttc
SEWING WANTOI^UM .OB
Fancy Photic Hl-f. TCI X. Brawl
St. Mm. Mary Maynard
9K.WI nu—KWH nuw
oprn o»i-r A. and p. Man. Mr* R.
W. Pop-, manager. It pd
MONET TO LOAM ON FARM
land* in »**»bU (raa* 11,000 U
|.'>0.0r>0 far 43 ynara.. Godwin and
Jrmlraa. Attorney*. Dana. N. C
FOR RENT — TWO OR THREE
non apartment. Hat water and
K«t>ta. Apply at 007 W. Broad RL
_ M tt c
FOR SALE — NINE MOUNTAIN
EagU Fit Oaaaa. If in tamated
•tp A. R. Maynard, Dana, M. C.
IMPROVED PORTO RICO POTATO
plant*. Million* made far inan
diatp ehipment. |lj| par tkaaa
■n.l. Onr 10,000, *L00. Cato
with enter. B. J. Head. Alma, Ga.
Apr tO 17 pd
wrw rn»n FOR an. |-r*m on
Irna. W. H. ParrtaR, Dana, N. C.
MONEY TO LOAN OM FARM PRO
pprty —43 yuan Mm if wanted.
Ajroanu «P to 300,000.00. Saa
. S'Imh and MrLarad, Attorney*,
diini, N. C Jan 3. dr.
DIAMOND FOR SALE CHEAP.—
Aildra** Soy 171, Dana. N. C.
_ 10 «t pd.
WANTED.—POPLAR AMD CUM
lumber. Baa Newborn Bfutfcan
• •■d Cowell. Dann, C. U tie.
I BRICK—KILN RUN RR PEa CRN'
WL lUfMato within 41 hw
j barton. R C_Dulli
FOR RALX—NICK R£SU>1 NCI
12* *5 w2ckJ" ***•»1 u»«- Am
| «<m. Sec R. U. Winn. 0 tie
* FOR RENT—IN ANOIER, N. C,
taro-Menr brick don. Conor Ion
1,v™« oporuneou, water and
_ '‘f***- Apply to J. 0. Layton,
Route 1 .Doan. W. C. llAtc
f ro* RENT.—SIX-ROOM MOUSE
l. «ii Broad rtin«. Cal) or
l| Ur. T. E. Danlm, DiintN,
‘i MOIfEV TO Mui OM LOMO
I *•«*» mca.-od by tnm Jaadaj on
«hart Uism taaarod br t*ws BM.'
| «fty. CUrencr J. Smith. It Stt
i!U«y of the d merge of Nortj Caro
llno, which met in Ralelyb lart week
I.. L. Brown, of Spring Hope,
*p«nt t’ia week-end h«ie with friend*.
Mia* Mary L. Caatwoll, librarian.
*pent several day* In We it Durham
la* week on husinaw*. While thrtw
*he attended a banquet (riven lit her
honor by the Woman'* Auditorium
Aaaoeiot'on, of tho Ewtin Cotton
Duke katwled Wc-t Durham a > rlib
ido* lari week In the Bowline Tour
'int&ent held here, winning hy Ike
wide manriti of Atti point* hal ibe
Weat Ourbam roati|||tva| yot nvi-u-r
afterward* when Lliey turned tin- la.
blca in thr til n-t-ke r TwourrHftuirnt.
which they won by the wort or DC G
to 8.3. Much Into rent wa* manifested
n the tournament* here, nnd an rxun
larrc number of apectator* kept the
into rent at tho boillnir point with their
Mickle " O’Quinn, curve ball art
of the O’u.'iaboro baaeball rluh.
M'ent the week-end her* with hl» par
ent*. Mr and Mn J. A. O’Quinn.
Wldle here he Minted to hla numcr
OII* flier*la that the Patriot* have a
club which will make the other mem
ber* Of the Piedmont wheel Lake no
tice of thi* season
O’Quinn hi heftinninjr h> third year
with the Owle City eluli, nnd he is
rated a* on** of the mow dependable
ho Hers that Carroll ha* under hi*
winir filellar mouixkrrmn lhat lie is.
"Mictie ” is a very unostentatious
chap, nnd it I* n very hard thine t»|
ret him to talk of hi* own prowc-s* I
Lt.caj fame nro evnanlInv a a**.ai I
«on for him.
A’l t>»¥>>'‘oetl¥r run,lielate< for tlir
benrhaW Warn *r» requeatr.l to report
ct the ball park on Satnnlay after
noon for preliminary practice. Every
olayor la promise<1 u fair ihowing to
make good, an.l thla rcaaonV team
'* to be pickml aq>tardy on their mer
it!. Manager 7-achar, statei that re*.
•Ur peart re la to be h<d,l regularly
Rirbm*n,|. Va., Apr. 11.—The fol
low,** announcement will fee of in
terest to friends in thla 8t*te:
"Mtu. J. L. Phillip* armouncM the
marriage of bur daughter, Mattie
Ellen, to Mr. Patrick Beaton Lamm,
on Thursday, April 1*, 1*23, Rjcfc.
"At home after April 28, Maple
wood avenue. Hermitage Park."
Mr. Lamm arm originally from
I You Make More Money
The aecret of nuking money in the dairy buiineta !iet
I in uang a feed which will produce all the milk a cow
it capable of giving.
Ce-ra-aha Swratt h nut a cheap feed, but it't the most
•cmmutal feed you can uta. It srnte/fi nenmiti the
flow of milk. Feed Cc-ro-a-Ka Sweeu, and your bank
account will thow a bigger profit at the end of the month.
Ca-re-a-lia Sweeu is a scientific mixture of eight well
known milk producing feeds. It*• clean and flaky—
never caket or lumpt. And how the row! do like that
■ moisten flavor!
I Try C-rwwJU Swah Four Waeki at Our Rkk
how you ria etora to yoor own manfnnloo thoa Co rr-o
** ****>» wlJ1 urtialiy make you nor* awrooy. KrtH Cr-tr-a-JJ*
•J*MU to cow for ■ month. Krtp a record *4 tW milk aba
1*^, w Two don't g»t — rr milk or Um*r milk, if yarn mtr oo*
•Wllnlr ft't*e4, yrm Win bt nOMttf nmy c»w you yowl lot
tb« »«4 Ow 4«oH, from
I"**1111 mm.lllll M'lnrvm,....
Fertilizers and Sgda
in order to accommodate our trade. 1 have
on hand, at my warehouse on Dumam &
Southern Railroad, a supply of Standard
Brands and Analyses of OLD RELIABLE 9
ACME and CON-ES-TEE FERTILIZERS,
also Nitrate of Soda, to be told for
1 am still prepared to make prompt ship
ments to carload buyers of fertilizers at at
tractive prices—both for cash and an time.
R. F. Jemigan
DUNN - NORTH CAROLINA
r~' • • \
Earn a Cash Prize
For the best essay on “Why Bread la Your
Rest and Cheapest Food” we will give a cash
prize of $5.00. For second best, $2.50.
Essay must not contain more than 300
words, and the contest is open only to those
attending the public schools in Harnett,
Sampson, Cumberland and Johnston coun
Papers must be handed in or mailed be
fore midnight of Monday, April 30.
They will be judged by three Dunn busi
ness men, who will name the winners in this
Mity Nice Bread
DUNN, —NORTH CAROLINA
Honey and Almond
PALM OLIVE SOAP
4 Cakee for 2Sc
The Fifth Ave.
Dn, M. C
At Colonial Theatre
| Dunn, N. C.
Kuna Continually from 3 p. m. to 11 p. m.
Tomorrow — Saturday
\ j William Farnum la
“ Without Compromise ”
Also two-reel Fox Comedy. “ leap Uvaty, Ptaaaa **
Special — MONDAY — Spodal
Thu pidun1 that makes the old world young. Mar* | -.t'
•hall Neilan present*
With Wesley Barry. Booth Tarkingtan'i Famous
Story hi 8 roots of Joy.
NOTH: Matinee starts promptly at t •’dock. •
Price* 10 and 80 rents, plus tax.
COMING: The World’* a Stag*.
• ' . . . _ * . ’’•Z" •• Jt y v’ ' •* ’ w 'vJ
THE FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF DUNN I
With Total Resources of II
_ is Resdy. to Help Fight the Boll Wssnl II
To assist our patrons who need foods with which to | •
diversify crops and to provide means for combatting gw
boll weevil, we will make loans commensurate with the
needs of our petrone and consistent with safe banking. We
do not feel justified, however, in extending loans to farm*
era whose sole dependence is o~« cotton and who are not ;! jj j
willing to use approved method* ::: fijhtir2 the pest, jl !
N. A. TOWNSEND, Prsttfewi J. M. SHERWOOD. yiwPr.iilie
H. a TAYLOR, Csskisr