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Mrs. Ashby and daughter of Ok
lahoma. are visiting Mrs. Ashby’s
siittr. Mrs. L. H. Lee.
H. A. Turlington, who live* on
R. 2 front Duke, was among the
visitors in town yesterday.
Miss I .utile Minshew of Latta.
S C., is the guest this week of
Mr and Mrs. Geo. W. Gardner.
Mr*. Dora Kirkman of Smith
field. is a guest this week in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hood.
Chas. M. Ford has returned to
his home at Warrenton after spend
ing several days here visiting rela
Miss Esther Norris of Golds
boro, is spending the week with
Miss Ruth Jackson and other rels
Crops other than cuttun air f>e
ginning to suffer for ram, though
the dry weather appear* to lie suit
able to cotton.
Herbert Wilkins, colored, left
this week for Hamilton Institute,
Hampton, Va., to attend the sum
Miss Melba .Adams, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Adams, ha»
been seriously ill since Monday
night with blood poison.
E B Freeman and R. T San
derson, of Lumherton. attended the
revival services at the Gospel Tab-1
ernaclc Tuesday evening.
Mrs. H B. Young and daughter,
Margaret Young, of Raleigh, are
guests at the home of Mrs. Mattie
Washburn, West Broad street.
Snead Gatewood and sister. Mias
Kmtna Gatewood, of Richmond.
Va.. and Mbs Pansy Hall of Dur
ham, are guest* in the home of R.
Mrs. Dwight Suggs and two
children. Margaret and 1- B., have
returned hdne from Durham,
tS'kaso tkws/ rskAfit saoaes I /!•••• IMm
Through the kindness of Mr. J.
W. Hodges of Dunn the children
of the Falcon Orphanage Thursday
night enjoyed a treat of ice cream
Master Douglas Tew of Dur
ham arrived Tuesday and will
spend some time' here visiting at
the home of his grandmother, Mrs.
L. It. Tew.
Mrs. Byron Ford and daughter,
little Miss Julia Ford, returned
home yesterday from Raleigh,
where they ^icnt two weeks visit
ing relatives and friends.
Owing to the fact that Recorder
M. M. Jernigan is in High Point at
tending the State U. Y. I’. U. con
vention ,the usual Thursday's ses
'ion of the local court was not held
R- K. McLeod, senior member
of the local law firm of McLeod &
McLeod, left Wednesday night for
Washington, D. C., and Ringhamp
ton, N. Y., where he will spend a
few days on legal business.
Kirk Partin was bound over to
tile Federal court yesterady by U.
S. Commissioner E. Lee on the
charge of manufacturing, trans
porting and possessing whiskey. His
hood was fixed at $200, which he
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Warren,
who were married mi the 12th Inst.,
returned home Tuesday from a
bridal trip through Western North
Carolina. They are doing light
house-keeping at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. N. II. Merritt. Broad
A. P. Westbrook,'of Dunn. \ya«
one of the successful candidates
for license to practice pharmacy
in this State. The examinations
for license were held at Chanel Hill
June 15 and 16. Out of a class of
twenty-two a total of seventeen
pasted the board. R. E. Lang don,
of Coats, also was one of the suc
cessful members of the class.
It has not yet been definitely de
cided whether or not a celebration
will be staged in Dunn oo July 4.
A committee waa appointed at a
meeting held Wednesday evening
to make a canvass of the business
men to determeine their wishes rel
ative to staging the usual celebra
tion. The committee has not yet
made ita report
Store-keepers could make it much
easier to keep the town clean if they
would sweep out in the evenings
instead of morning, according to N.
R. Bass, superintendent of streets.
The rubbish is hauled off the streets
early in the morning and trash
swept out at door* after the wagon*
have made their round* it an eye
sore throughout the day.
ki. S. Dibs, who recently installed
a machine for manufacturing Dum
ice cream, gave away 60 gallons of
hi* home-made cream yesterday if
teraoon between 2 and 3 o'clock. In
other words, he served a gallon of
cream each minute for an how.
The large crowd served included
men. women and chikken .though
the little folks were in the major
ity. See Mr. Dibs’ ad in today11
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Parker,
who were married Toeaday after
noon at 2 o'clock in Baltimore, Md ,
arrived here laat evening. Mr. ahd
Mr*. Parker are boarding for tht
present at the home of Capt. and
Mrs. I. M. Reams, West Haroetl
■treat. Mr*. Parker before bet
marriage was Mis* Selene Paul, o
Philhpsburg, P». 'Hie tnarriagi
took place in St. Paul'* F.piscopa
church in Baltimore. Rev. Artliu
B. Konsbkling, rector of the church
officiated, using the Episcopal cer
eroonv. Only a few friends of thi
contracting parties witnessed thi
marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Parke
stopped over at Virgina Beach fo
a short time, and will go early it
.filly to Western North Carolina
making the trip cross-country.
FIFTEEN FREIGHT CARS
DERAILED NEAR WADI
The ibrailment of fifteen freigh
cars two miles south r.f Wad
about 3:30 o'clock Wednesday af
ternoon delayed traffic mi the At
lantic Coast Line railroad for mon
than eight hours. Passenger trail
No. 89, south bound and flue hen
at 3:48 p, m„ was held here unti
11:05 |i. m„ owing to the wred
The car* derailed were empties
and while they were heaped into s
moss of ruins, none of the crow
were injured. A wrecking crew
from Rocky Mount was sent to ihf
scene of the accident, and in a few
hours had cleared the north-bonne
track so trains could pas* Tin
wreck resulted from a !«ad brake
it is said.
Fart Bragg Wias la 10th
f.illington, Jure 19.—Fort Ttragj
won out in the tenth inning, 2 to 1
after a tense, exciting game witf
Lillington here thi* afternoon. Thi
game was a pitchers’ duel lietwcer
Cavines* for Lillington and Woll
for Fort Bragg. The local twirlei
fanned fourteen batsmen, /while
eleven fell for the curve* of thi
soldier pitcher. Errors lost tlx
game for _ Lillington in the tent!
inning. Koliener, of Fort Bragg
led the batting with three blows
Score: R H E
Fort Bragg _ 100000 000 1—2 8 (
Lillington _000000 001 0—I 7 t
Wolfe and Quinn ; Ca vines* arc
M. F. MARTIN NEW
MEMBER POLICE FORC1
M. F. Martin, of Dunn, has beer
employe*! by Chief of Police R. A
Rowland ax night policeman. Hi
begun work Wednesday night .V
was stated in Tuesday's Dispatch
the town father* at their meet inf
Monday evening authorized Chief
Rowland to employ an addition?
member for the local police force
This addition give* the towi
three policemen. Mr Marlin wil
serve from fi p. m. until 6. a m
Policeman Nipper will go on dull
at I p. m. and serve until I a. iti
Mr. Nipper has scrvetl fatthfull)
as night policeman for sever*
months, and- under the new ar
rwgement Ha will assist Chief
Rowland during the afternoons
The plan provides also tliat thre*
policemen will be on dnty the tir*i
part of the night.
<J. W. WHITEHEAD ELECT
JED LOCAL VICE-RECORD El
_ J. W. Whitehead was dertc*
vice-recorder of the Dunn distric
at the regular semi-monthly meet
ing of the mayor and town coni
missiooers Monday evening Mr
Whitehead succeeds 1. R. Williams
who found it impracticable U
serve. Mr. Whitehead held hi:
first- court on Wednesday after
noon The defendant, a negri
charged with carying cnnccale*
weapons, was found not guilty.
ROASTING EARS BEGIN
MOVING FROM CUNTOI
Clinton, June 19.— Shipments o
berries and truck have been in ful
swing here for weeks. The straw
berry crop is again becoming an im
poriant one. Shipments of *lraw
berries are still being made li
North Carolina poihts.
Clinton promises to liecome th
main shipping point for dew
rie*. S. H. Hobha has fomnilatei
the theory that the same chacaler
istic of soil that makes Sampsoi
the banner huckleberry count;
pvn a mprner quality to inf new
Roasting ear corn is beginnin
to move, alio Irish potatoes Th
Mg thing fur days past has been tb
huckleberry shipment. Five hull
dred and sixty crates were shippe
Saturday morning, making consid
erahly more than a carload. Th
price today it $8 to $8.50 per cratt
making the value of today’s ship
merits, right at the Clinton depot
something like $4750, and there i
not more than a half crop of th
Mg bines. It is predicted that ne*
Saturday will see the most va1«
able shipment, though the price ma
nnt remain so high. Last week th
price was $10 a crate, at the depn
COL. SIMMONS BOLTS
THE ELAN KLONCQJUI
Atlanta, Ga,, June 19 — Wit
drawal of Colonel William J. Sin
mona and Dr. Caleb A Ridlt
from the session and poitpowemer
of action on charges of mtsmanagi
men against Imperial Wizard I
W. F.vans featured the first day c
the special catl meeting of tl
KJondlium of the Knights of th
Ku Khtx Klan here today.
Definite action in the Evans rai
is expected Wednesday Eleven c
the fifteen members of the Kloi
riktim are reported in he favorin
the exoneration of the imperii
Emperor Simmon* end Dr. RW
ley. imperial Klodd, and (wo oris
' BACKS DRY LAWS
i Kinston, June 17.— The North
, Carolina Haraca-Philathca Union
in session Saturday endorsed hear
tily “ faithful co-operation in the ef
fort to strengthen and enforce the
; prohibition laws and continue the
fight until the liquor traffic shall
. have been forever abolished in our
Kcitlsville was awarded the pen
nant for installing fifteen Itaraea
' and Philathra classes, the winner
being the First Baptist Daraca class
of that city. Revlsville also won
tl»e pennant for the must delegates
memlier* of the Klonciliuni who ate
said to be insisting that the Evan*
administration he condemned, are
rqiorted to lave liohed the session
shortly after it convened.
ORPHANS' HOME WILL
BE BUILT IN STATE
Iturlington, Vt.. June 21.— The
Junior Order, United American
Mechanics, in biennial convention
here adopted a revolution authoriz
ing the establishment of an or
phans' home in North Carolina
similar to that idreadv existing ini
«••■»»», nviin v^iivnna
offered a cite for the home and a
grant of $250,000 towards the cost
of construction. Selection of die
»ite was left to the national board
of officers of the order.
Joseph D. Tunison, of New
York, was elected national council
lor, Tom Walters, of 1'hiladclplua.
vice nmuciltor, and J. W. Wilmulh,
t of Washington, D. C.. secretary.
A LITTLE UNUSUAL
r>unn has something unusual in
the wav of one-armed ami oue
I egged "negro women. There are
, in town two negro women who in
1 the ]«kt have been somewhat of
l«ls One of them is minus u leg
and the other is short an arm
In other words, the two have
only three amis and three legs.
The one - legged negress has
been such for quite a while, though
the other —“ Long Annie "— lost
her arm last Sunday as a result of
being shot by Tom Bjrrd, another
at the meeting in total mile* trav
eled by delegate*, abd Rockingham
county took the loving cup lor the
best work done by any county in
the State during the past year. The
'I'aliemaele Baptist Raraca class, of
Raleigh, R. V Simms, president,
won the banner for the beat class
in the Stale, and the Philathea* of
the Kinston Gordon Street Chris
tian church won the honor* for the
best report* made. Cliffside Junior
Raraca class took the banner lor
the best class in the State lor the
ReitbviBe will entertaio the neat
convention, to, he held next June.
Mr*. N, Buckner was unanimously
re-eletied by the executive commit
tee as general secretary and also
elected a* representative to th na
tional convention at Providence. R.
I.. June 28th to July 1st.
Tile following officers were
elected— I’hiUtheu; Mr*. W. G.
Parrott, Kinston, president; Mrs.
W. G. Denmark, Goldstar*), first
vice president; Mr*. Sam White,
Reidsvitle, second vice president:
Mis* Thelma Sioatbers, Aslieville,
«»•«»u pivMWjii, inn. rviiicr
Kin*. Greeniboro, fourth vie* pres
ident : Mi»* Marjorie Hall. Lexing
ton, convention secretary: Mm. W.
D. Upshaw, treasurer.
Barara: James J. Currin, Win
ston-Salem, president; Dr. W. L.
Davis, Hvmoutli, first rice presi
dent; O. O Rain, Reidrville, see •
ond vice president) R. If. Askew,
Kinston, third vice president; W.
D. Moore. Goldsboro, fourth vice
president: D L. £ulhre)l, Golds
boro, convention secretary; R. I..
Pope, Tbnmasrflle, treasurer.
Junior Baraca-Philathea: Mia*
Elizabeth Bennett, Greeniboro,
president; Carl Matfaenv, Cliffside,
first vice president; Miss Beulah
Petway, (Vildrhoro, second vice
presi dent: Miss Ella Smith, Golds
boro, secretary. Chalmers Hut
Event* of the day were the
speech of Rev. R. L. Davis, super
intendent of the North Carolina
Anti-Saloon League, telegrams
from the Oteen Red Cross and
from all over the State. The with
drawal of the Raleigh contingent
in favor of ReidsviQe so a* to make
the choice of the next convention
city unanimous and resolution*
•Irafted by the executive committee
expressing the thuh of the con
vention to the people of Kinston,
the Harare-Philathses here, the Ki
v.ani* and Rotary club* and other*
pm" ■ ■■■■ gg-saiasaseg
The convention has bam featured1
by moat enthusiastic attendance and
great work for forward strides Ibis'
coming year. Kinston has enjoyed i
the convention and the delegates
have bam unable to say enough for|
the boat city.
axmimutba- notice I
Kevin* qaabfied adaualtoretar
of Wm. AimsSqt, late af
Harnett county “ to noti
fy aU pai
Thi» l»tk day of Jane 1123.
By W. C. Ball. Attorney.
Jane 22 22 July « It 20 21.
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, J FAYETTEVILLE’S LARGEST DEPT. STORE
STORE CLOSES r THURSDAY
> AT 1 0*<
JU]»E U AUGUST 1STH.
[ to e the pnbtie to the high*
; re, we have decided to give
itloyeea holiday each week, daring
I the hof^kirtfner month we feel, by doing thia, oar
aaleapeople can aerve a greater advantage.
( DO YOUR AY SHOPPING IN THE
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The w effective at the Dunn
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\ \ \ FIRS pLOOR
8 Patient* ^rNqne room. _$2.00 per day
I- 2 PatienU in oVe roomJ 1.$2.00 per day
, ; °n« Private ro«*a ...A..$8.00 par day
* 1 ; °n® Friv®u rool .$4.00 per day
One private roon|__^..$5.00 per day
, 2 PatienU in one par day
3 ! ! One privaU room p*r ^Ay
I I One private room par day
SILK DRESSES |
We have just received
new style sills dresses
Flat Crepe, /Radium
Silk, Fast C4ors And
Also batukf suits
and a^rasofr In silk.
DUNN, N. C
EAT DUNN ICi
(Mad* in Dunn
We Deliver cream any
the following price*
Fint „ . '
DR. J. M.