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V Ob T at 1
o’clock in ihr afternoon the citizen
of Dm will hove on opportuoin
to show ■ courtesy to visitors front
another city. At that time a speruii
train bearing a party of North Car
i4ina boosters from the State can. -
tol. Raleigh, will arrive in Dunn
for a half-boor stay. Train will nr
rivuovcr the Durham and Southern
and leave over the Atlantic Coitt
fme. Dtrnn n une of thirty-liv.;
towns which the party will visit
Airing the two tiaya they are o.t
the rood. *11*6 maimer in which
these visitors are received will make
an impression for gnnd or other
wise. This town has the reputa
tion of being “the best town tinile
the son.” and surely the citizen* wi'l
“torn not” to weloene the visitor*
The special train Is scheduled to m
rive at the Durham ft Southern aft -
lion at .1 o’clock Thursday aftr?
4 noon. Every business man, and Hi •
women.too. living in Dunn should
make it a point to meet the train.
A band which will accunpan.
the party of booster.* will give a
concert and there will be severs'
short talks by members of the partii
Keep the hour in mind and let's
give the visitors a welcome that
will send them away with a kim.’K
feeling towards our town.
if • (Mr A VUm
Wt Tow* mi “Ow."
"I told them that Dunn hat t
much smaller population than you
Hare, Imt Dunn baa more pep m a
amnste than your city has evt.
•hown," ssM a man who
thousand* of towns and cities each
year. He had reference to a town
with a poputsuon of probably 25
GOO people, which he had rerert’y
paid a huskies* Wait.
To come a little ncarrr to tell
m* who the mast was. it might be
•III make up the midway at th
fair hare October 9 to 12. He wa* I
favorably huprassul with the "be t
tmea under tke sun" and didn't
mfad faffing you a*. In afl his test -
* efc he hadn’t found a more wids-s
2*fce or progressive town than
Dam* ad of which wo accept aa be
ta* the truth, dw whole troth ami
""thing but the truth.
gkewher. in today's paper wifi
he found a timely article by W.
wd*HI tadd ba fought brnidis
fMMtoffkMa Ink ‘hftan
IMMtag masvff shsuh! be kept
"P *•>■» »«■*. Hr, Maher's
There'i A Difference (
Dona's Kvest merchant* stiver- a
ee in The Dispatch aotl these mer
bant* tell a story to their ad* which
tK-an much to the buying public
rbe wise read the advert isemcnl
ipt waring in The' Dispatch from I
ime to time and profit thereby. On
he otlwr hand, the wise merchants
sill let the pubic know through TV
Dispatch what they have to offer.
'those who doubt the worth of
Dispatch advertising would do web '
to watch the stores that advents: ,
through this medium. The differ- :
cnee ii larger numbers of shopper., \
which means more sales. The uw '
chant who fails to use the lionie pi
per a* a means of advertising i
loving the very best opportunity to
sell more merchandise.
Hart W« For gotten 7
Citirrn* of the Dunn District,
especially the farmers, are enjoying
a season of prosperity like unto that
of 1918-1919. 'Ilit question is, will
they squander the money, which it
flowing *o freely, a* of okl? T1k*
prosperity wave of 19)8-1919 prov
ed inon- of a curse to the counliy
than a Messing. The same will I tap
per! again if the public general1*
fails Pi profii by [ia*t experienc.:.
Too much of the easy money «.f
those "glorious days” was spent tor
aiiOaiKiliilcs and oilier things whirl*
might In- termed luxuries. It will
lie worth-while, and yery much si,
to remember that lean year* ever
fuOiiw the fat.
o ■ • •
Now- that Germany lias at la*i
abandoned it> jxsKcy of jussive re
sistance in the Rurh. France wi'l
at least lie able to realize more from
it-* necapatient of tliat territory.
This is mo*t likely tltc tirsl step o'
('ennany towards meeting the «le
inands of France, a* the German
politicians, if tliey may be called
that. Itave ahead)- learned tha.
France ix not playing » Mull
How To Know That *
You Are Educated
When h* one educated in the best
sense of the word r A professor ii.
the L'niversiiv of Chicago is said to
have, told bis pupils that he should
consider them truly educated when
they could answer affirmatively
these 14 questious:
1. Has your education given
sympathy with all good causes and
made .you espouse diem?
2. Has it made you public-spirit
3. I las it made you 'a brother to
Do' jroo be
a friend yourself?
h- Can you look an honest man
or a pure woman straight in th
7. Do you see anything tn love
in a little child ?
8. Will a lonely dog follow you
in the street?
9. Can you be high-mint led and
ha|»py in the meaner drudgeries of
/ 10. Do you think washing dish
es and hoeing com just as compati
ble with high thinking as piano
playing or gol f ?
11. Are you good for anything
to yourself? Can you lie happv
12. Can you look nut on ih:
world ami ace anything except dot
Ur» and cents ?
13. Can you look into the rand
I Middle by I he wayside and see any
thing in the mud puddle but mud?
14. Can you look into the sky
at night and see beyond the stars r
Can your soul claim relationship
with the Creator:—The Progres
« m .
•rnuuman lom« tin
Bride Of Eight Weeks
Burlington, Sept. *7_T. F. Mc
Cord, m cigar <»l-'«un, ua« to Bar
lingto*. cocking aid of the police in
dm ting hb> bride of eight montha.
•bo Kail d.-enrted bin in GreeavlUe,
S. C.. recently, whhowt giving any
ibgaoa and Mg dotting Man know
•tare tbe wac gain*. He bod a letter
trom ber a few day* later telling
him te come to Mabaaa tar her, but
•bar. be got here the had gone to
■exbiro, and he bae been following
eoery dew pcmlhli to locate bar,
haelag eohaaated Hia famta. Financial
aid wan given Mm, tort the palter
were uadbU’le dad the miming
For Fair Exhibits
Jndfea for the varione dtpirl
■Mi of the fair to b enpened bare
mm week have been appointed aa
Field crape. O. F. McCrary,
^Lnrratndt, J. M. Waite, State
(fwnc Fgnmxnfea, Mia* Oert
md# little. Sanford.
Plemkrv. A Sen G. ORver, Scau
The ftnlgen w#r» appointed by
Jaw. \TOrsy. aedeiant director*
nd the .Vorth Carofina cCVcoetow
Cow testing repsraiee the good
'ton. ibeVrS mnf lay. the £n
Maii for a pand herd.
TO BE OPERATED
W’oHc will be begun at an early
late in remodeling the old Seminole
(.utilizer manufacturing plant in
South Ounn.'and it will again be put
n operation. The local plant of the
Seminole Company, which went into
he hands of receivers several
nonths ago, bus been purchased by
lie Merchants Fertilizer and l*hn*
>hatc Company, of Charleston, S. I*.
llw. J. L. Metz, who will be in
:harge of the plant when it restuixs
iteration, arrived yesterday from
his former home m Charleston, S.
C.. and will move his family litre
jurat as soon as lie can secure u
house to live in. Mr. Metz is an ex
perieneed fertilizer man. having
been in the employ of the Virginia
Carolina Chemical Companv for tic
past eighteen years. Wlitii lie re
tijpKd I (is wont with that mm|taiiy
rwfmrv n> accept me utauagcuiei t
nf the plant here he wits .'vd saint
The company uInch hat lalsin
over the local Seminole plain i> t a
nVl fertiliser manufacturing con
cern. Ttie plant will lie pill into op
eration just as soon a< it can he
rivCT-ltauhd anti jnit In condition.
.0*1 will lie ready for supplying the
spring tkinanrl for fertilizers, ac
ernding to Mr. Metz.
The Merchants I’ertiluer au-l
L’liosphate Company has no c<ai
nection whatever with the defunct
Seminole Company, at*l the local
plant was purchased at a i-eceivcr's
sak- tinder mortgage.
Sodalol, a new explosive from
surplus war material, is now avail
aMc for the price of packing and
shipping. Farmers interested may
order in cariots through their comi
ty agents or write the K\tcmiun
Division, State College, Raleigh
M* carte MaUrit, Chill* and
Fwvwr, Dmim or BiHou* Fwaur
It dMtrojr* the nm*.
Camti B*h»m Dunn And
Other High Schools On"
Tm—Joy tad Friday
Twu football garni-* between
Dune high •cltool and ct|>cr school
teams of the surrounding enuntn
are assured for (air week, accord
ing to J. SpraU Moore, director ol
athletics in the Lhmo public schools
The games will be ployed Tuesday
and Friday. in the race track infield
within the fair grounds.
Tuesday's game hat not yet Itceu
definitely settled. Opponents of
tlie local eleven will be either
Clinton, Sroithlield or Selma, it it
thought. Mr. Moore has not yet
liecn able to decide which of the
elevens wilt have the honor of
opening the season here.
Buie’s Creek academy will fur
nish the opposing end of the Fri
day contest. So much was settle;
■* -i waive n nun
Professor Campbell over the tele
phone. THU game will lie one of
tbe really I hr features of the (air.
ami i» e.vpeeled to attract a large
crowd in ilie otieniiiR ceremouiet
of Dunn's fifth animal fair. The
f. •itlitill game fills in the time usu
|ally allotted to pulilic shaking, in
wlrch few leave been interested iu
|years j«a<t. There will lie no elab
orate. address for this .year's ofien
I ing. •
| Wayne’s Oldest Resident
Is Claimed By Death
(VoliMioro, Sept. .N.— John A
Jordan, aged 10*. the oldest resi
dent of Wayne county, died ai lit
residence iu Graham township
He leave* one son, A. G. Jordan,
and a number of fither relatives.
The funeral will take (dace this
afternoon. Air. Jordan was unutu
ally active tip to a short rime licfnix
his death, ami look a keen interest
in all that »a» going on in his vicin
i »*>•- At the outbreak of the Civil
I War, Mr. Jordan was too old m
'enter the Confederate army.
Report of the Condition of 1
THE BANK OF HAJtNETT
At Duke and Coats la the State of
North Carolina, at the clone of bu*i
neai, September 14. IMS.
Losm and Discount*_*404,331.8S 1
Oeerrireftt, aocared. JIT.- 1
SO; unsecured, $186
TT . ___ 144 87 <
United States Bonds and ,
Furniture and Fixtures. 3,054.00 1
Caah in vault and net
amounts duo from
Banks, Banker*, anil .
i Tract Companies_1S1.S87.1S:
Rcrenue Stamp*___ 81.77
Capital Stock paid In_| 38.000.00
Surplus Fond .. ...... 30,000.00
Undivided Profit*, less
current expenses and
taxes paid.. 19.R16.SO
Deposit* Dim Banka.
Banker*, and Trust
Companies . _ 6,4 09.* 3
Deposit* subject to chock.
Individual .. _ 249,648.46
Time Certificates of De
posit, Dae in Leu Than
80 Day*.. 65.527:79
Cashier's Check* oul
stnadinj . .... m.091.13
Time Certificates of De
po.tt Due on or After
80 Days. . .. 17 4K5.CC
Savins* Deposits __20D.711.I7
Reserved for Tiutil.. i4»'4 ':
Bond Ilepoailr li, .ii'-tyl o2,uh:i u !
State of North Cnrviins Coo ity o
Harnett, Sept 23. If2».
I. S. J. Clark, Jr., Cubic.- «t the
above samed Bunk, do olc.nnl
swear that th. uhovc stulrpicr.t i 1
trae to tire beat of my knowh-dc -1
S. J. CLARK. Jr . Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to bctoi-o urn
this 24th day of September, 1928.
(!. n. MILLER, Notary Puhlh-.
My CornmitMon eaplrr* Wav 31.!
C. S. HICKS.
Wm. P. HOLT.
J. M. 1IODC1E8, .
Do you have headache?
Are you nervous?
Byes itch and burn?
Is your vision bad?
Do letters get together when
I make 4 specialty of these
fnr hit >r* ””
tntr street oppoatw^etsmtvtfV
stores. My office is at the head
of the steps.
DR. PAUL A. STEWART
Dune, North Carolina
Morrison Sets October
9 “Fire Safety Day”
Kaleigli, Sept. 27.—Following the
'reclamation b\ Governor1 Morrison
1st week, calling un the jicnplc oi
sonh Carolina to oliserve Tuesday,
Jctnlier V, anniversary of tl»c great
'hirago fire, in which 200 persons
ost their lives atid 17,000 Innhlmgs
sere destroyed at a loss of ten mi li
on dollars, as Fire Prevention
lay, Suite Insurance Commissioner
sracy Wade tixlay announced some
utcrcstnig statistics concerning fire
Mr. Wade has asked that not only
lie day of October 9, Imt the week
if October S-13 as well, he set aside
for an ami-fire prevention cam
" Tile object of Fire Prevention
Week," he said, " is to impress upon
llu- n immunity at large the necessity
of conserving the resource* of the
nation by preventing fires. 'ITie
ramtKugn is national in scope, and >r
is hoped will l»e die mean* whereby
permanent tire prevention caro
pxigns will be imiugrurated in nil
A co-operative shipment of 6,000
pound* of crimson clover seed lias
just been distributed in Caswell
county by the farm agent. Orders
for 1,000 pounds of vetch seed and
two lims ot lime liavc been given
by the county agent in Lee county.
Without a good local paper,
what channel is there for the newt
of the town and the surrounding
OR. GLENN L. HOOPER
Duka, tit North Carolina
Office Second Floor Bank
If You Want
A Farm Wagon at the right price—
I we haveTFH
One-horse, Light, Medium and Heavy
Two-Horse wagons in stock to select from.
THE BARNES AND HOLUDAY COMPANY
Hardware — Furniture — Undertakers
Dunn, North Carolina |
I--I-I-II "II I II ^ miWLJ ILilL—_
VACATION WEEK—Na Urniimr Oa.ta, a. Mar. P» .
EuAla Vaaattta Aanrkar. tk.. tk, Narlk CaraBaa Btaaa Fair
“HiCAT^AL1-— ENTERTAINING - INSTRUCTIVE
Oraatart EaMUtfea a« C.hW, Swiaa, Ikn, Fa*Mr, Baar
Saaa la Sm Itata
Mara CRM Ray aajl CM* aaS VaaaSaaal lak.U W01 FanM
aato la Da«aaaa*patUa Wark Maa EVER BEFORE. Ilf EaklM.
WONDERFUL FINE ART SNOW
JJw TaaSla M*«fcto«* la 0»ara*toa Warklaa Fattary EaklM*
NTa* IS-laak Oa.«ra«al Cm "t5~T!*'~‘.7 ~
SSS MORSES FROM SS STATES
TEST FOR THE
"O NOLL MOMENTS—EVERT NEAT A RACE
•TEOAL RATO OR ONE AND ONE-HALF FARE
ON ALL REGULAR AND SPECIAL TRAINS
GREEN’S MUCiK SERVlCE STATION _
-^ DUNN, NORTH CAROLINA
BUKK MOTOR COMPANY
Whco hotter automobile* are built, Buick Will Build Them
-—..- U To Be Held At --
OCTOBER 9TH, 10TH, 11TH, AND 12TH, 1923.
There never w,» a better, cleaner more intereating country fair
than that which ia to he opened in Dunn next Tuesday morning when
the gates of tho mammoth enclosure which houses the great buildings
and other equipment of the agricultural association which presents
these annual events at Dunn. For the entertainment of the visitors of
ficials of the association have engaged a large number of the country’s
best known circus perfomfera who twice daily will thrill the crowds
with their marvelous feats. Each night a magnificent display of fire
works will be staged; every afternoon and night Major Smith, the
world’s greatest balloonist will make flights over the grounds; races
will be held each afternoon; the Brown and Dyer circus and carnival
shows will fill the midway.
Balloon Ascensions, Fireworks, Races, Wild West and
Wild Animal Shows, Acrobats, Clowns, Great '
Agricultural, Lire Stock And Poul
With every general admission ticket the saeodatlon will give
• numbered coupon which gives the holder an opportunity to win the
automobile to be given away on Friday, the last day of Ut# fair.