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(•> W. (inrilntr is miemlirig a few
days in N'ewbern tin tmslnew. •
Geo. M. Flovd it *tmuling the
afternoon in Fay ct I critic on Ini'
IWnumri W. D. i lolland and J
\V Wilson spciu yesterday in l.iun*
Imrton nn business
Tl\e uniforms for the mvniliers
of the local high school fomhall
team arrived today.
L. J. flest went yCstcrday to
Goldsboro. where lie vs ill spend a
sliort time cm legal ImwiiC's
Harper Holliday It !i this nflvr
noor for Charlotte, where lie will
s|iencl a shori time • >11 hu-me-s
Mrs. J. M Morgan It It tester
day for Hick hiy. when* slit: will
spend a week or ten day. visit!it;;
relatives anti friends.
Rev and Mrs. Y. Sloan (iut and
'<■<!», I . Slikin, |r . i t ! aw ft i.c. \ ilh .
\ a.. '|eni the week end here visit
ing relatives ami fi.eiw.'.
Niching Inn itnit.i.r i ’aiirc
v era torts cle' -.i! 1 *. *. v* e to < ^
lltlvvta lIM.i t. m. I I. * I
tiiuuhv m.vting I si ni;*,li
Mis* ImIicI Ik'll i< tillin'. Im'ii -
Sunday f!|;ln fti.in • lit* St. 11- i.i
Muriibi. wlifrc she s|mnf sii'tH* time
visiting relr-.t-vrs ; • frrnn! .
Miss Mamie Tmlijigtiiii left S:d
luday fur l-.aslovei high sclvinl,
near Fayctlex ille. when- -.he Mill
teach during On- irrut which #i|*-n ‘
cu yesterday. i
Miss Dell birch. sigi-r of ,\frs.
I!. D Ihmu, ha* arrivnl ami will
sixth) flic xxintei here with 1’i.if,
ami Mrs. Ihmti. She is » student
in llie Will high srluxil.
Several lay men fnnu Fayrti exilic
conducted tlie service at Divine
Street Methmliil ‘cliureh Simdav
evening. Several short talks »\cr.
made liy the visiting lay men aiul the
service was greatly enjoyed by die
[iisho|> Collins Denny, of Kich
niond, \ a . will preach at Divine
Street Metlxxlist church next Sun
day evening. Itidtop Denny will
preach the dedicatory «enno« of the
new Methodist church at Four (Inks
An infant son of Mr ami Mrs. j
F. N. Hare, who live at Duke, diet!1
early Monday morning. Interment
was made in tlie cemetery at Pleas
. . ant Grove church, near Duke, Mon
day afternoon at 3: 30 o’clock. The
child was five days old.
John. A- Oates, xuperilendent of
tlie First Baptist Sunday school.
Fayetteville, ami alxmt twenty of
lus coworkers visited the First bap
tist Sunday school of Dunn last
Sunday morning They came to
Diinn for the pur|»»sc of observing
the manner in which the local Sun-1
day achool is conducted
Those interested in making ex
hibits in the Horticultural Depart
ment of the Hamelt County Fair
almiiLl art in IfMIrh umiVi XI tew lev
bel Young. Mrs. Ilighsmith, Mrs. .
J. R- Butler. Mr* II. R. Taylor or "
Mrs, Herbert McKay 'ITtc above
committee who has Charge of this
department will l»e glail to rentier
any assistance necessary to those!,
• who want to prciiare cxlnhits. ! |
Public Library Notes v
The following 1 an>k- have been
donated to the public library by .
Mortis and Llovd Wade
liailey—The Tale* of CnfTy licar.
Cllapntan— Radio l!oy< at ( Venn .
Point Mavis — Uncle \\ iggily’
'1‘i.ivels, Uncle Wiggily’s Advcn- ,
tines, Uncle VYiggily <m the h’.mn. |
UiKlc Vviggily at the Scasliorr, ,
t ncle " tKtl/a Rheumatism. Holly
and Bnwlcy. No-Tail. Iluddy and ,
liriglrteye Pig, Sammy und Susy
Jinle-Tail, Dicky a,„| fs=cJKer Flip
Tail, P°N-V an<l Jnlie laatg-Tail,
To©dle and Noodle Flat-Tail. Netl*
die and Becky Stub-Tail. t
Mont|omer>' — Billy Whiskers, ,
Billy Whisker* m an Aeroplane.
As the result of the article on lost ,
hooks, three hook* have been turned ;
in to the Wintry. They are:
The Vanishing Point— |>nws<m
Riders of the P*»rpl« Sage—Crev
The Secret Power—Corelli.
Sticks Nail In l oot
With Fi .1 Results
C. F. llass. 21 years, died
Saturday afternoon at his home 9
miles south-east of Dimit. in Samp
non county, of Idoml iwison, which
resulted from kicking a nail in his
foot two week* lie fore. The funeral
was rondnrted Sunday afternoon a*
3 o’clock by Rov. O A Uain and
interment was made in the Naylor
Deceased was a loyal memlier of
Spring Branch Baptist church, hav
ing united with the rlmnch alien b
was 14 years old. I l« was » model
young man, according to hismeigh
hors, and hi* untimely |>as*ttig came
as a shock to hi* many friends. _
duh held the firrt meeting of the sea
son with Mr*. J. W. Thornton yes
terday at 4 o’clock.
The subject for the afternoon
was ** The Natural Seattle Beauties
Near* Seven Hundred
Tit* enrollment in tlte Dunn
schools is now between 6J0 and
700. It was necessary for quite t
tittinlier >»f iKirents to heap their
children at home fnr a short while
to help harvest tlte cotton crop.
Within the next two or three week*
iIksc pupils will enter and the en
rollment will he increased consider
I'arents who iiave children to en
ter tl>* lira! grade are notified that
they should l>y all means he in school
before the close of the present week.
oi North America." and Mr*. Clif
ford gave an imetextinf sketch of
tlte Yellowstone and Rocky Moun
Uin national park*. and Mrs. White
head nad a paper on tlte Yosemlte
iutiionaI jKirk and the Grand Can
yon of the Colorado river.
‘Ilte most interesting feature of
the program, however, was a most
graphic description by Miss Rachel
Clittord of a trip which she took
during the summer to the Grand
Canyon and'the Yellowstone nalmn
Alter the program tlie hostess
»,*l a delirious salad course, fol
• < ■ • l»i coffee and nuts.
Club memliei's present were, Mes
aini* | \\ . Whitehead, J. C. Clif
ford. II (i. .Mattox, (i. M. Tilgh
•M.in. J C. 1 hitler, E. W. Smith, N.
Townsend and li. M. Jeffries.
Mr*. C. II Anderson was gtu-sl
fur the afternoon.
W (). \\ NOTICE.
At Mingo church on Ocuilier
7th, l't23, ut 3 o'clock p. in., a
monument erected to the memory
■ if Sovereign Marshal Hare will he
unveiled. All menihrr* of the or
der in good standing arc invited.
I,. I! Purr.. (' C.
\V If. Stau'M.ANt*. CUrk.
' Mingo Camji No. 3M.
I )avi*l 1’ Edward* and John
Johnson left Thursday night for
Topeka, Kansas, where they will
••nUr a irlrgraph school.
John \V. Hrooks, Haves Brooks
and Rolscrt Robinson, of this place,
and VV. R Godwin, of South river,
left Grxlw-in this morning for The
Holmes Rilde and Missionary In
stitute, Greenville, S. C.
Siluxi! opened here Monday with
a good attendance. Number en
tailed will be given later. Prof. A.
C. Holland is principal; Rev. C. B
Strickland assistant; the other
teachers being, Mrs. Bart* Man
well. Mrs Nathan Duncan, ftfisa
Ethel Strickland. The music stu
dent* will be in charge of M ra. L.
A Culbreth »ud Miss Magdalene
Miss Lois Edwards, who Has
lieen to a hospital in Richmond
for treatment, has returned, but »’
judl somewhat indisposed.
9 The Orphanage children have
earned something over $700 this
season picking cotton for the
farmers in this territory
Rrv. Gen. \V. Freeman, colored,
lietl suddenly Saturday morning at
is home six miles south-east of
hum, m Sampson county. Deceased
ras 7l) years old, ami it is thought
hai death was due to apoplexy. The
imernl and interment took place
nnday altemoon. " Uncle " George
ias a good darkey of the ante bell
ini ryjK* .and had many friends
unnng tlie white people.
1(6 qtd^j^raUm* Cantrip* ■
Governor Hag Paroled
Old Daniel Brinkley
Raleigh, Sept. 28.— Governor
lameron Morrison today cooditiosi
illy paroled Daniel Brinkley, 52.
wiivicted in July ,1888, term of Ca
awba Superior court of the theft of
>15 nnd sentenced to 10 yean hi
state prison, from which he escaped
ifter serving threr years of his sen
emx. He wandered about the
*nrid for 32 years, hut coming back
to this State to visit a sister He was
apprehended and reincarcerated in
State |irisnu several months ago.
Ignorant For 40 Yarn
Husband Was A Woman
U Crowe, Win,
strange story of 14 Wife* 1
the woman who for year* Bred the
life of a man, was capped today b>
» still stranger story of the wwwi
who spent two score yt*rs at Will
'•m Taylor's wi In" When locate*
M the home of bar sister. Mr*. Mar
cm Am«, it VofoqtU, Mr». lay
»or declared ahe had act known unti
Sunday that her husberul was <
*onkiii. | ler " husband died hen
Friday from cancer.
MaUdTo^Winiam Taylor - ,
the age of \J, she declared tint «h
was not conscious ol the fact ths
their married fife was not as thi
of other people. She abo says tha
•*er husband gtiarded her cloaef
fiisti other men, and she was a
lowed eery • Rjtle association wit
New World Record
By Tar Heel Hone
Lancaster. Pa., Sept 29.— A new
world's record for pacing mares or
a half-mile track waa created Friday
when Grace Direct owned by
Penny Brother*. Greensboro, N. C.,
stepped around the Lancaster fait
rroimd track in 2.02. She lowered
•he fortuer mark created by Lizzie
Mack at Pottstown in 1918,
Jh« mare was paced by automo
bile. Her time was announced in
nrters as follows: .10 1-2: 1 :0G
: 1:30 1-2; 2:0?.
Buying the kitchen ctpiipmcrn
for their club was the recent expe
rience of the Blantyre home dqm
onst ration club in Transylvania
county. The home agent accom
panied the girls on their shopping
•«ur and gave a lesson in how u>
'elect and buy needed materials.
Eat Pearce’s -
ALTHOUGH 66 HE
*«• Who Saw Liocotn Lytef
m State U RaUawad of lS»J
**L by Taklai Dr. Tharh
•r** Liv«r aad Blow) Syrup.
"1 actually feel don than twenty
yeerm younger tince tebiag Dr.
Thachcr't Liver ao.l Bleed Syrup, far
It haa riven me the appetite ef »
bear." aaid Jamee L. Buckley, mk
chiniat eafdoyed by Gee. W. Brack!
Company, Kvinc at Sfi W. PeHea St.
Pteladaiphla the ether day. Mr.
Barkley ie M year* old aad haa lived
la Philadelphia all Mi life and *
■ne ef the few petooae ttviar »h0
“* President Lincoln's tody •» it
lay in elate la Independence Ball.
la this connection the yablie is
reminded that each druggist setting
Dr. Tfcacherb User aad BUod Sy
re* b authorised by fee Thacher Lab
orecariaa to re tarn the purchase price
ia aay cam where fee flint bottle
(ails to benefit
"1 (offered from sU/mach trouble,
indignation and constipation far el
•ree^twe yean," he said. “l»y feed
I was burning ay inside. Splitting
has dashes would eoane on and last
all day aad 1 be tame to nervous I
aaald handy hold my hands atiM long
enough to taka a drink of water. I
w»* badly constipated and would ga
far three at four days without a
movement I was bilious, too. fall off
in weight and could hardly sleep
"I have taken three battles of Dr.
Thacker's liver and Blood Syi^ aad
feel just has All my oid trashies are
gone and new 1 can hardly gat enough
to satisfy my appetite.”
Dr. Thacker's Liver and Blood Sy
rup la sold in Dunn by Hood and
Graatham aad in Duka by K. R.
Thomas Drug Oo.
NOTICC or SAL* or RIAL
•Under ate *> .»!*— of too powoi
of ao)o eaotatand in a certain Boot)
of TwtjW^ *>y B X* Godwin
if E. T. on (fe« Jn<l
day of Oototorim.iald dood being
"«"W.I*?*ok *V! *» PH* **<
to too terser of ^ „#w. of
Harnett coonty. *®d default having
bcoa modal* too payout of the
nota* thMobr accax.d, y* „„„ of
to* debt terto*.■"•mooted too oolo of
Mid ^reports, tn»
too will, *o to# *7to d*y of October
ISIS, l«.ft*K** the Mankipal build
in* In Ui* town of Diton, N. C.. at 1*
o’clock E-.tdW (or to)* to too high
oat Mddar too **^1- to# following dc
aetibod tool «*•*. «Matt i
. t*19 <iirkhon ot
too Oaacdy and Tttgtanno- landa and
dooerlbod to fbttowa: ^gh,. aV „
Mate is too rood and mail jf. 74 W.
tOSS fool to * ataltoi thence 8 40
w- M i! * “*£*: tower 8 au
M. ISSdte* ton atakc; tboncr 8. to
W-S40 T4C foot U> •UI iron |Mfi;j
too nee A 2AS0 B. 600 foot to the
boginai**, containing 1# j.j acrM.
Ate lota aumbor aigfct (S) uJ
nta* It) 1* to* aato* dfcrtofon and
dcacrlbod a* follow.; Baginntag at a
•take to too road and g 70. SO
B. 460 loot to a Hake; thonee
N. S« R- *®r’ l«c» to a atako
thonee N 82 E. 6J feat * to x
Hate; toonc* N. 82 *. lt9 fart -
giakc; li**n«* 8. 88.ao R. 276 feet to
a atako; thonee S. 76.46 B. 188 feet
to a Mate; tooneo 8. *4 >0 t 76 tcr,
to 0 Make; thonee 8. 1. r. (24 t<>*
w » »»-™ “ ‘ r., 300 leet M
a ■ tabs ;**»*« 8. R«.*o c. itfl» fr,i
«• • *t*k,tJn,C7rtZT »t rood; lllentc
wMh rood N. 1.16 E. 644 2-10 f«-*l to
» NJ,11 * R 200 feel
to • stake:thence N. a. So K..40V*-li'
/•oi to the beginning coataintir;
2T 1*2 0err*.
TMi tCO> 'U7 o) September 102*.
E. F. Tnirjfc Trwu<-.
Ost 2 0 10 28. '
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
•/ T.,T?1** Ul* term* of • certain
deed " *™«t executed br B. L. Gvq
»•". “d «"»•. F. J Chidote. which
deed of tmn it duly n.lrtor ' in
*"* 110. I*ye 8W)' ^‘SToffur
of the Register of Deck at Hantelt
coonty. default having bccn.mtdc |„
She o* the note steorvl by
laid deed of trust, tl* JSiJxDr.l
Trustee named la said hiff* trout
having been requested by dm bel'kcr
of mIH note to rxerciae the p*wer of
tale panted there in. wfl) go Baiur
day, November S, lsaj, j* e'elo.W
U. offer for sale at pubHc subtle n at
the eourthooae door ia 38ratior.,
North Carolina, for cash, ffMjtBow
ioy land* In Harnett Connate-wit.
Beginning at a stake abetR-Bre or
ten feet from a poet eak eaw west
aide of mid oak and lr. thaufe* of
the Avereybere public rood ftf** w
22 yards to a stake In B. m Jonc*’
line; thence S. Tt yards te rf|(pks in
E. A. Joare’ line; tbeaee V 112
yards to Barftnyto«'a UneBthsoec
North with Barrington's SMknl* to
the btglm.lnti ion tain in* Wf acre*,
aaore or lam, aaidjandWfif1descr.h
of ia Beabitfc ttga W/on* of
The ysrrMfffCrtlffprlifi be m
quirwl to depwrit vtBlhe Ousts# 12
per cent of Us Md biftl Oemie B
closed na a pledge of%ia good faith
in bis bid. Balance edfpurchaee. mo
ney to be paid open dgvury of deed.
This the 2nd dayo*>*teUr, $22.
J. C CUFF^O, Truotee.
October 2 2 12 22. f
FARM FOR SALE—144 ACRES, 1
house* and outhulUlaym. Good
priseure aim! ptriny of timber and
wood. Two raliiri weal af Dana
on pood ruttrl. Part raah. toms or.
balance. J. D. Ptiillip*, Dana, M.
C . S. No. 3, Uox 17. 31 4tpd
FOR CALL—-1 AMERICAN CAR,
1931 model. In rood raanlnc con
dition. Credit if iieeasoary. So*
J. R. Canady. Dana. N. C. t tH.
MONEY TO LOAN—IF INTEREST
ad ia lonr-timo farm bans cat
Jew F. WIlaoB. orar PUlohmaaY
•tore, Dunn. N. C- May 1-tfa.
FOR RENT—ONE OR TWO FUR
nisked room*. Modem conrenieo
re«. Apply toi Ur*. A. B. Naylor.
Dona. N. C. 3 2t pd.
FOR SALE—40 CO KOI DRY PINS
wood, fire A. C. Burns*, FliOO*
UO-J. 7 tie.
MONET TO LOAN ^ANT Am .amt
on lone tirtM. If teMaartad ooo «e
at onro. Wort aad West, AMetaoya.
Dunn, N. C.
FOR SALE—LEXINGTON AUTO
mobile in jroiwi condition. Term*
given. V, O. Wr«t, Attorney,
Dunn. X. C. 28 it pd
IUST RFCfIVEiJ—ANOTHER BIG
Nhipi.ici'i of iprldili*. ('am nnil
n't it. T limec i* right. Henry
C luu*. ICriKixul nvfiar, Dj-in.
NO g u tie
:OfrOM>F.£D HULLS AND MZAL
fur epic by N. •!. lac. If Into • ti
ed (re me. tl Jfe
FOR RENT- TWO OFFICES OVUt
Ilib» Fruit Store*, one feme, one
front. A. t*. Burne*. 7tfc.
rOR SAI-li— to OAK BARRELS,
r># yallor. capur'ly. Dunn Coca
Col* Bottling Co. 21 4t pi
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED TWO
i-nrs oi Cliccki'itaatil Feed, and
don't forget Unit PIC CROW I*
the* loading .hog feed of today. L.
P. Surieo tl it i
FOR SALE—TRANSPORT TRUCK.
Excellent condition. Write for
partlrulaio. E. Ruche., Box 248,
Kimtoa, K. C. 28 2t pd
AMOTMU MO |
carbida Juat rr
cut It m# i
Laa. Builraari wt
nvi famT __
LacaUd near lone boro, Clinton, j
Buia'e Cmk tad LHilaffivu. Our!
tabaM nailing well C'oeum, tab*
la the acre Beat pickle*. Cow, to ,
badiete aar acra. Hade to Utah*
«l» Applrr aata par acre. pea.h.o
Mg ready ta nv I bare a email
tamer nay* bo la tafn m baring
•l.oo# attar be nettlan ay. OUi«r»
faetag alatant at well. Oaa |a
bahtag fa. i«,ooa afUr h»f eauiaa.
While mjylklur ta In gaad rtm
Jltloa, conn, and toy yui a tana
when- you nan aa'»<- ntuC J. 0.
Lajaaii, Dec >, X. a. 18 It pd
MMTST TO UOAM—TAJ
II.MO ta a to AM. M
with prtrtlaga la p
MeLaad an. I UeLaod.
Oaaa, N. C.
WHITTS ICE CM AM
1b AH rUvon
. •• -1
Let U. Supply T«V Cm
Ice Create Parlor
____ . J
LA RESSTA CORSETS
Keep Your Figure Young l
Style N 2821
Pink Coutil |
Specially deni cued to give
Stout Klguree Slender Appear
At Our Cornet Department
i For Sale
! a '*
I Seven Passenger Chandler Car in good
I Five Passenger 1923 Model Buidi in use
about six months.
1 Dwelling Lot on Townsend Heightf oppo
site home of J. W. Purdie.
2 Houses and lots near Harnett County
1 House and lot near Durham and Southern
2 Houses and lots on East Divine Street, 1
four and 1 six-room, with all modern
I Nice Dwelling lot on South Magnolia St,
adjoining my home.
I Vacant lot on North Magnolia near Har
nett County Training School.
Any of the above property will be sold for
cash or x>n terms suitable to the purchaser.
See me at once if interacted.
W. D. Holland
Dunn, j-j North Carolina
You Get What You Pay For
When We Do Your Plumbing and Heating
That is the important consideration when yon !
figure on cost. Our work is directed by a real
plumber, who, in the long rani, is the least costly.
Efficiency, Quality, Sanitation and Safety1**' ^
are watchwords with this
HENRY C. LEE
Phone 263 • Railroad Avenue
PUTTING it Up
to HIS MOTHER
WE WISH directly to eddrere the
one person who is most keenly and
warmly interested in the boy’s welfare,