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Rax O. Jonoe of Richmond, Vx
•pent tho week end hero rliitlcc hi
parent*. Mr. end Mr*. W. P.'Jonea.
Mr. and Mn. A. C. Barefoot a
Angler epeat Sunday hore rlMt.Bg ■
the home ef Mr. and Mr*. J. R. Mai
Miu Lillian Orawley of Litticto
arrived Sunday and U a gueei at th
home of Mr. and Mr*. E. L. Coot
Eait Edgertot. etraet
Chief of Police B. A. Rowland Sun
day "nabbed'’ leveral who were v'.o
lating tbe townM epaed ordinance
They wRl be hailed Into court till
J. W. Purdie and family move
Saturday into their new brick bom
an Towneend Height* They format
ly lived In a reaidmtee owned by Mi
Purdie on Wtat Brood atraeC
C. A. Baker, manager ef Young'
hotel, returned Sunday night fro*
Baltimore, Md., where ke (pent lev
eral rteyu undergoing treatment un
der Or. VMIrieh, noted fpecialiat.
Will tbo time aver come in tbi
country when the women will rule th
buaiaem and profeeetoool Ufa af th.
nation udriie the own etay home u
keep horse and attend to ike barbie#'
See “Mn. and Mr. Polly Tkkk" a
Opera Home Tbo reday night.
Saver*] hundred people witneeee
the public concert given on Lock nor
Square by tho Dunn Concert ban.
late Sunday afternoon. A number o
•election* were rendered by tbe ham
and the large crowd precent waa de
lighted with the program.
It It now time to display new towi
license n ambers or automobiles, sc
cording to Chief of Police Rowland
The taw requires OUt town iiumhen
be displayed upon the front of thi
car. Has idvic* is, that If you don’
•rant to got “pulled" to put on you.
new license number now.
Tbe condition of Mn. Julius M
Lee, who lost week underwent si
operation at trie Pittman hospital
Fayetteville, is reported as favorable
L. O Bisssll. local building Inapec
tor, Inst week tamed a permit to W
P Johnson for tbe eroottan of. a 6
room residence to cost approximate)]
$2,000, corner Elm street snd fed
J. K. Hudson, well-kaewn farms:
who Irvae la tbe lfingo section, way
s Dunn vlrttor Saturday. Mr. Bud
ton staked to a Dispatch reporter tha
he finished “laying by” his com ero]
Friday, the 16th. Be also rajcita
crops looking w«U an this oeettoa. Mr
Hudson was accoapaaicd to town b;
his daughter, Mias Kola Hudson’ am
has sen, Herman Hudson.
Walter Jackson, colored aectloi
hand, was painfully hurt Saturday
afternoon when a trailer attached u
a rail rood motor cur run over hi<
right log. The accident took placi
about two miles south of Dunn who
Jackson f«U between the motor ca
and the trailer. He was brought U
Dunn and his wounds dremod by Dr
B. L. Warren.
Ooorgo WitHasss and lauial
Chance, negroes, won bound over b
the Federal court Saturday by U. S
Commissioner E. Lee on the char*
of manufacturing and selling whia
key. They made bond in the sum o
$100 each for their appearance li
Federal court. Julius McLamb wa
before Commissioner Lee yesterda:
on a like charge, but the action wa
Paul Strickland was advised las
week that he passed successfully tb
examination given by the State boar
of Bsnbalmtra. Ho took the exan las
tlon given recently during tha a*»u
al masting of the North Carolim Fn
nrral Director's and Embolmem ai
la at present employed by J. L. Hal
eber, who conducts an undertaken
parlor la Dona.
There wee sixty-four ettendaata a
the Tabernacle BMi claaa last Dor
day morning. This claaa is groada
rapidly In numbers, and Mr. Hood !
potting all the saraestneae of hla am
in teaching the lemons. Subject nei
Sunday: "The Bible, the true Woe
of God." If anyone la not a man
bar of soother Bible cites, a pta
welcome awaits you at tbs Taberni
rl* at 9:44 Sunday moralnga.
The local office of the Cardin
Power and Light Company was mm
od Saturday from the Lone buildlig
North WUaen arena*, into Uw no
Loo building, Bast 'Broad street T>
Ant floor of tho now bolldlng la o<
r up led by the badness and soles o
Asa and the owiteh board, while M
second floor wAl he used so ■ ato
ago room. Now and madam office Si
tores haws boon installed hi tho boa
Dr. J. M. Morgan of Omensboi
baa opened an aftea Koto for (he pm
tiae of ablropmatla. Ha will oceot
tho asms eftu* formerly oerup'i
by Dr. W. H. Sen nett. North flat
of the rtret Notional Baa* boSdin,
Dr. and Mao. BoMWtt tolk Soterdi
night Aar Poos apart. Iowa wham (hi
wW spend soana time. Dr. Morgan
a native of Ha matt a sooty aed h
■any fiiando In and era and Dana. I
to a graduate of the Palmer school
Ohfropceelia. Daraoyoct, Iowa. ,
* I •
iMr. and Mrs. 4. C. Hodgu |
Fayetteville, axe visiting relative* 1
| Editor Creech of (he Red Sprint
, Citiaen was u business visitor In Dee
Mite Beulah Temple ha* gone I
Chapol Kill, where eh* wtU attend tt
’ Summer School.
MU* Lucile Kennedy, of Clinton
, * pent the waek-end here the gu©
| of MUa Evelyn Brldgvra.
A line rain fell here Saturday a
temoon, though It did not reach oi
i very fax into the country.
■' Master Edward Broughton
,! 'fending his vacation with relsttvi
In Edenton and Hertford.
Don’t miu it. Mis* what? Don’t yo
■ know everybody in talking abol
. ’Mrs. and Mr. Polly Tickk.
J. Wad* ha* arrived home froi
: Chapel Hill, where last week he gnu
*, uatod from the State univenity.
Vt. It. Parrish left today for ID
lc.R.1. where he has accepted a pok
tir>n with the D. A S. Motor Go.
I Mis Lurde Owens and MUa Ceoi
, gi* Monde * re spending the weak i
. Richmond, Va., visiting relatives.
MU* Josephine Thomas has retort
ad to Damn from Rockingham whet
i ah* ha* bean for the past seven
Mias Helen Askew, who has bee
' vidting Miss Beulah Temple, lei
Monday morning for her home I
I Mis Claudia Conrad and Mast*
, James L. Conrad of Durham ar
I go rata at the home of Mr. and Mn
. J. S. Farthing.
Hsesil and Josef Privette of Sortn
•| Hops spont the week eiul here eivtln
at the home of their grond-fjithei
: H. McNeill. West Broad street.
Mias Blanche Oran thaw weld Sal
JTHsy to Smithftelii, whan today ah
attended the marriage of h*r roaeir
' **l“ Eul* Parrish of Smithflrid an.
W. M. Pugh of Sanford
What do the poopls want? Ns on
(hae STCT been able to answer the
question satisfactorily. You may gt
soma idea from “Mm. aad Mr. PsH
Tie**” at Opart Bouse The rods
Mtm Loaiae Brewer returned Horn
today from Raleigh, where she span
some time risiung Mias Margarc
Puasell. She sms accompanied hom
by Mias Puaeall who will spend com
time In Dunn.
In an nd in this issue M. 8. Dfc
11 announce* that he will give absolute
■! 'r fr»e a con* or diah of ice emu
: *» *»*ry person who calls at his otor
I Thursday afternoon between St
hours of l and S o’clock.
flvniyt» any aorfoMty about th
' future? Would you Ilk* to druw said
the roll and as* what ia in Nam fo
j you? Consult Dame Fashion with he
I crystal ball in “Mr* and Mr. Poil
TVkh“ at Opera House Thu rad*
'j Mr. W. 0. Watson, local cottoi
■ buywr left Monday with Us fanail
1 for Johnston, a C. Mrs Watson an.
the children wHI remain in Jobnato;
’ daring the euimnrr. Mr. Wstooi. wfl
rotam to Dunn In o fow day* to rt
some hia work.
I, Nancy, 11 -months-old daughter o
> Mr. aad Mr*. W. B. Hawley of Dub
■ died Saturday night of colitis. Th
' funeral eras rondooted Sunday al
' ternooa at S -JO o’clock and Intormen
f was mad* in th* family cemetery 1
• Sampson county.
1 A meeting of th* Sunday echos
' council win bo hold leusnadiately al
1 ter the weekly prayer mooting sarslc
at Dhrino 8trees Methodist church tc
I morrow (Wednesday) eeenlng. A
' members of the 8unday school ecu
1 oil art urged to be present.
Her. Casper C. Warren left th!
afternoon for Loatwvills, Ky., wh*r
he will reran* Me studio* at th
Southern Baptist Theological earn
’ nary. Ha will (top over tn High Polr
to attend the annua] convention a
: the North Carotfaa B T. P. I
1 Misses Kathleen Holland, Anni
Boll* Noal and Bail!* Naylor and Mi
1 If. M. Jeralgan left this aftanvoo
* for High Point to attend th* anew
| meeting of the North Carolina B. 1
P. U. aeeoeiaUon. They go aa roprt
1 tentative! of th* B. Y. P. U. of tl
J First BajrtUt ehoreh of Dunn.
A ford touring ear driven by p. 1
Nunnery wa* turned completely on
and badly damaged Sunday aflarnoe
1 when etn*ck by a Ford truck drive
' by Oerauliu* McDaniel, negro, at tt
’• Iwtsrasctiso of Pa* nail (treat si
9 Wilson avenue. Mr. Nunavry *eea)
* ad without sorious Injury, Th* negi
I" was emoted won after the aeeidai
on th* charge ef caret*** aad rad
* less driving aad was lacked up
default of bead for Ms appears*
I' before Recorder M. M. Jomlgi
Rev. G. T. Adeem, pastor of tl
* Method 1st ehoreh, preached a spool
S sermon to the members of (ho Doi
1 Fire department Sanday ovoaia
° Ssuta worn tooarvad far tho mi ad; I
,r of th* local tra dapatssant aad i
X- worn proaoot am apt two. The pi
F tpr*i sermon was aa lu^ylmMoa
r the bays aad awubaaad the odod*
■* th* coagrogatlaa to to Impartaac*
m ah so hit* so *p station with these wl
la art avor ready to rMc todr oil wt*
if fangor from Bro Ithitwi to has
or to tram,
■t Mr. Mul Mr*. Polly Tickk
» When the curtain rises on rt
opening scene, the audience beholc
, Fattier Time and Dame Fashio
n discussing the *[ipro*ching f«sf
ions for men and women, i-'atlx
Time read* in his record Imok c
o girls in hoop skirts and polk bor
0 nett as in the days of long xg<
Dame Fashion seif* in her crysti
rt trail men in rtt/llcd trousers an
tt frills — all of wliich will t>e |NII
trayed in an ensemlilc of mtisi
composed of die entire cast.
The time is 1975. The wontci
* since gening iho ballot, have take
the rein* of govenimem and gradu
■ ally exchanged places with the met
* The women now dress in maiini*
clotlies and attend to practically a
die business, leaving the mm a
* home to do the housework, scwiu|
* darning, nursing, etc. Tke marrie
i men dress in frills snd furbelow:
« and seem at the lieginning of »h
.•play to have lost all their masculin
habits and In have surrendered a!
of their male attire except tliei
' punt*, to which they hold with bull
* dog tenacity.
In die first act. the women go ol
- to the lodge, leaving the men be
1 hind. The neglected husband* gr
together for a knitting party. Bill
LawMin, who still retain* his nun.
culine dress, drops in to chide hi
’ friends about the shackles Ihev ar
wearing and is told that after he i
married he will surrender his free
i dotn just a* they have done. Thi
I. brings on an argument, <hiciri|
lj which Sulivan O'Brien rushes ii
• urtfk * kw *« sviUm/i *1_i il.
women are planning to send Dais
r Ann Gray to Congress *o a* to pas
the Anti-Trouser Bill. After ih
meeting the "Ttmancipaled Women
march in armed with brooms, at*
in military style present them ti
The second act open* with an m
scnthlc of music showing 9 house
cleaning scene in which Tickk is a*
sisted hy his married friend.*. Whil
they are in the midst of the scrub
l>ing, in come* Billy, annnuncini
that he is about to start a move
ment which will overthrow this pci
ticoal government, in which ydai
the men join heartily. Just as th
house - cleaning begins, Sulivat
OTIrien breaks in. anoouciui; tha
Senator Zella Highbrow. author o
the Anti-Trouser Bill, will speal
to the women that evening, where
upon the men devise a scheme ti
keep Senator Highbrow fnim rh
meeting and at the same time stag
The development of this nhrm
comes in act three. The voting pre
cioct wltere the women have planu
ed to bring about the climax o
their triumph is stormed hy tin
men. Then follows an exoitini
controversy. The result of this w<
cannot disclose.'bin suffice it to «a;
all end* happily^
The grand finale is a beaut if 11
chorus featuring the enure cast.
M6 cures Malaria, Chill* ta
Favor, Dengue or Biliost* Fevas
It destraya th* germs.
All la "Tha Christian”
I If you can't get to Tijuana. 1'ini
1 lien or Churchill Downs, you migh
1 look over the Goldwyn prodnchi
• of " The Christian,’' which come
to tl»e Colonial Theatre on Wcdne
[ day for one day.
Ii» it you will see an exeitini
| horse race on one of the most fa
. mou* old tracks in the world —K|
som Down*, near lajndon, no De
e by. Day. You will notice seven
s thing* in contrast to American cir
u timi*: Epson ■ is u turf track, for tx
- thing, and lx ><)k makers ply the'
r trade <i|>cn)y instead of r’eorvtl;
f You will see Richard i>ix, in If
i* title role, exhorting (in vuiti) tl
>. heedless pleasure seeker* lit tor
il front their worldly way*. Y«iu wi
:l see racing where k is truly tli
- " sport of kings,"" with a king
v horse among the starters, and yo
will *t e an English holiday crow
i, at il* favorite itaxitme.
n Xfa irfcc 'I otr nt-tir directed thi
. film vir*ii;n of die famous lia
i. Caine novel ami the can tnrlvilei
i lieside* >ir l>ix and Mis* |iu*ct
I I’hvliis Haver, farreth I furfur
1 Claude (’.iItaiywater. Mahlon Hair
'’ion »»tr’ oilier* c^nally well known
I Tile hahy clinic will bold its reg
•1 nlar monthly meeting Thursday af
tjtcniooo, June 21, at the library
This organization is 'one which ■
-!onl> in its imaiKy, having had il
‘ first meeting last month, with a to
tjtal ol twenty mothers being pres
l fill thlfh fVw-iv —'- %«* ..
■ well, tvlio i* president of the Wo
' man's Community club, has thi
- wink in charge, ami re«|uc*tj a fttl
Jl attendance at the Thursday session
: The infant daughter of Mr. am
1 '"*■ !»• Hawley diet! Satur
| day fight. following a two-week.
• dines- with rolitis and pun ti mail
The remain* wet* carried to th
• 'until) burying ground in Sampsm
• Sunday, where thev were in
- Mrs. W . C. Moore ami non. Will
' >;im. are spending several day* hen
tlw guests of Mr and Mr*. Wad
• II. CnlTov.
- Raymond and John Royals, o
C (.renshom. mwui the week-end her
with then patents, Mr. and Mr*
■ M \ Royal*.
1 M«: ami ".Mr*. John L. Godfrey
• of HilMxno, xjxnt the veek-erx
i I r»< with their daughter, Mrs. C
t J. Carr. ulto is a patient in tht
f flood Jlojie hospital.
: > Mr anil Mr* D. N. Gedilic. o
I'ayetlcville, yasit Stmdav here rhi
• guests of Mr. ami Mr* It. C fled
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Godfrey
of Millsls.ro, spent the week-enf
: here ilje picjls of .Mr. and Mr*
• C. II. Ondfrry.
Mr. and Mr*. Thomas 11. Weld
I 9»*l daughter*. Misses Tajuise ant
' Ossie, of Concord, are spending
: several day* here the guest* of Dr
• and Mr*. W. P. Hot
Torn, to Mr. Carr
a daughter. RoO^^tother ant
I • laughter are getting along nice!;
in the Inxjiital here.
Mr. and Mra. .John Giles ant
=UJ-" - -- I. ..
children, of Rosemary, spent the
J week-end here the funtfy of Mr.
i- and XI rt. C. VV. Giles.
e Unbind (leddie,- of Rose liflt, is
r spending liar hummer here, haring
arrepn.it a )*->»ttiou whh the eke
e trk-al department of ibe Km in Cot
e ton Mill* Cn. He is an engineer
II ing student of the nnirersitr.
II Mr. and Mrs. Tdui IlMditr. of
e Canton, sjient Stinduv here the
> uuests of Mr*. K. C.‘ Getldle.
n George K. Sewell, of Raleigh,
t was a I mi sines s visitor here Monday.
Dr. Clcnn Hooper, dentist, of
s VYin*ton-Sal«n. spent the week-end
I here the guest of hi* relative*. Mr
and Mr*. Kdwrin H. Dost.
Mr. and Mr*. .John V Raynor
,, and children, of Henson, were the
. week-end guest* of Mr. ami Mr*
, H. Lucas
Mi** Xrtlie Tumagc left Sunday
% fs._ U.'l_Ls_!t»_ ti . a . «*
I will *! >«id a two-weeks' vacation.
| Mi** Margaret Price, nf WUt
f alter, graduate of the N. C. C. \V.,
I tin- |w*t year. ha> nerrpu-d a |«.d
) linn Itere a* stenographer with tlx
Ha.-sel Johnson Co.
Mr. and Mr*. H. M. Johnaun re
■ turned Sunday ftoiu \Vrighr«tville
Reach, where they spent a vacation.
« Mias A*ilea Ryrd. of Bttnnleve'.
• if spending several days hetr with
■ her sister. Mrs. fV R. Simpson
Tlx- local hasebell team cattily de
feated the FJka' outfit, of the Ral
eigh city league, here Saturday af
i ternoon by the score of ') to 2 The
I gaute w us fcautrclea*. unless it was
the pitching of Fowler, who went
| in for the local* wliea the game sat
already won. Hi* work wa« of the
itellar variety, and with a little.
. more work hr will ilcvcktp into »
f real hurk-r. For the Elk», " Kid ”
t Hr<KK», the midget catcher. caught
. 1 splendid game abaft the ntltlicr
-md refused to give up nntil the last
man was retired. T>ie local man
. agrmenr hat honked the strong
< Fifth Field Artillery outfit for a re
turn game on the local diamond
1 Saturday. The Fort FVragg team
• carried off the honor* the Inst.tinw
. 'ktc. and the boy* are determined
to get revenjje.
n *. .. ..
“ , Wednes/ay Only
l SIR HAIL CAINE’S
■ Benefit of tnp ORGAN FUND of the new
At last the nttt famous lore story of all
*i time comes to tM screen in a blase of power
j and glory. Here is the Drama die world has
been waiting to see.
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