NOW LETS EUr O COTTON
Coart of North Coro
■v detiaion haa
of tha la
bo at o rad so a* to
glu taand batping
WI it straight that what you’ve hankered for in
pipe or cigarette makin’s smokes you’ll find aplenty
n P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality /
You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your
tongue or parch your throat than you can a horse
drink when he’s off the water I Bite and parch are cut
out by our exclusive patented process 1
You just ley back like a regular fellow and puff to beat
the cards and wonder why m samhifl you didn't nail a
section in the P. A. smokepasture longer - than you cart
to remember back!
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| COMMUNITY CHAUTAUQUA | |
Fresh From the Trenches They Come
_■ . *
These (our fighting Doughboys who bring
th* songs they ssng to cheer their comrades on
the fighting line.
' be Doughboys’ Mole Quartet
Will Bring Cheer to You!
Hear the famous war songs of America and
th* Allies I
Hear the snappy trench songs that our sol
Hear the old favorites—the songs you used
Fifth Day Attraction
| . SEASON TICKETS *2.75. But tha Fir* 500 W>U B« Sold at $2.20.
I Gat Your* Early »i d Sava 65 Caota.
manufacturing interests .may direct
the general warehouse business of the
South uniats fanner* get busy and
organize State warehouse systems a'l
t-« the South modeled on the North
Carolina plan.—Progressive Farmer.
MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY
Writing from 8an Francisco, Cal., a
A bit of hnman Jetsam on the lone
ly Pacific Ocran—a modern "Man
Without a Country”—la Paul Free
Like Philip Nolan in Edward Ev
erett Rale’* immortal romance. Free
man I* disowned by the land of Mi
birth because of words that he ut
tered daring wartime.
A u Aral is has twice sought to have
him deported to the United State*,
saying he is not a Britisher. Ameri
can immigration officials declare he
ie no American and have twice re
fused to admit Mm.
A shuttlecock of late, ho haa cross
ed the wide Pacific three times in
feur months and Journeyed 2t,000
miles—so far aa around the world.
He la still ajoumoylng.
Three months ago Freemen waa
sent to this port from the Antipodes.
He was sent back without being per
mitted to land from the liner Bottoms,
on which Australian officials had
placed him. a prisoner Whoa ho
r/achod Australis he was not allow
ed to land. Tha Sonoma brought him
hack la Ban Francisco.
Now whoa the liner next sails for
AasUalta , Freeman again wiD be
aboard, under confinement ia the
-tearsgo. still a man without a coca
The deamshp company Is ia a
qaandary. While Freeman travels to
and fro b««ween two Haas walip. the
OcjmrlrJtee rehellio.*, payMjfM|
Fcceatun ray* he ia a BrMshar^T*
ela uia ha ia a victim tf a frame up
I# i|mm i
J rorui’on aa aa alia*.
r.-.’M* admits he made a speech
tea me Beta la mining aauap. What ba
'aid f- net known. Aoatrcha* mlH
tary ithirttfm sotaod Mm after the
9e#eh *ad thrnet Mi* ihsard the
iiwY*m, when he has haa* ever ffiaee
• -vpt fev to* eejearae at Ihs UalUd
State* Immigration station on Angel
Freemen claims to be ■ labor lead
er In a eoall way, and a member of
the Australian minin’ onion. Hs has
appealed to the onion to tabs op his
cats, and declares hie coming arrival
in Australia will be lb* occasion of a
strike throughout the mining indus
try, possibly involving 2B.OOO men.
His claims ars supported by two
members of the parliament of Qunenr
ia* d, James Dooley and Thomas D.
Mutch. These men say ho was a vic
tim of unusual military methods silo
ing from the war.
An appeal to Washington hi- been
maue by the Oceanic stramship 10m
pi-iy l • help them gat rln rC their on
Amert.* doesn't wan! bias—rays be
is i British cllllan.
Au India doesn't went him—-ays
as I* nn American citi an.
The tcamafclp cnapwr-y dut-sn t
wnni him—says he eels too p nrh.
Il lt«T: <dtoge:hrr convenient, being
a 'mm. sMmsi a country”
The Frioadly Tats.ee Homo Ayala
Velvet Tobacco, ia its joBy nl tin,
la again a feature of cigar stores, big
sad llttl*. There Is again Velvet ia
the pipes, end contentment ia the
hearts *f an army of Amaricna pipe
ssnoktra. And thereby bongs s tale.
'Where's Velvet tobacco gone?”
those same /elks inquired, wbea dis
appointed la their qaeat for that age
pnallowed, friendly tobeece, which bad
mad# thorn and their pipes side part
ners far years.
Where was Velvet? Ask the Rad
Crate man or Ihi “Y” man. Ask
the .tslvation Army laaai*. Ask tbs
dnaghbor or Ik* Jack!*. Ask the har
ried and harassed Quarts naaster
Corps that were responsible far "nor*
hoef, snore ballete and mm tebasso"
for the boys aadar the tin derbies.
Yea, llntk why Votvot was not on
tom* if the dealers* shelves. h wte
•» the Ships, (a the caatipmiaii, In
the biilee and
Velvet is now
•« _- ia Franc*
a* J*7j — X-™
|bi la see yen ad again
Ckeeaetha most esseiWat Ufa and I
RATIOS or MARRIAGE TO Dl- <
Baard an the 141V Canaua Bureau
Juliet ,n on Marriage and Divorce,
t-—''' - Geed according u> the ra
o xa ago to di mw log n.iing
• • — t. x th • , -rb-r -ha' ir.dl
v t ^ tVuth Caro
r.a ■ i m .yd b.Causv : me 1878 no
t .. ..- hseii ':irai< rant'd u.
‘*i • nVv s’ ’u — • o.v '.41:
spy "n nfjr 0 w>r,d« t-- r - divorce
ourt; but lx the Di U ;t f Columbia
>nly one marriage in every VI ends
r. divorce and la North'Carolina only
ina Id every 32; which U the best
bowing mads by any state. South
The ratio numbers mean VI mar
iagas to 1 divorce, 32 to 1 divorce,
in a to on. ,
tank 8tates Ratios
1 District of Columbia ......VI
2 North Carolina_32
3 New York_ 80
4 New Jersey _ 24
6 Georgia .. 28
4 Maryland ._...20
7 West Virginia .18
8 Connecticut _14
* Connecticut ......_14
V Massachusetts. 11;
11 Louisiana... 14
12 Vnraont _18
12 Miasiieippl. IS
14 Mianasota ...._18!
16 Virginia. 111
16 Alabama __lli
17 North Dakota.10
17 Wisconsin . 10
17 Delaware .... 10
17 Tonuimes _ 10
12 South Dakota.S'
12 Rhode Island ...._... 9
12 Naw Mexico __9
24 Nebraska .....___ g>
82 Ohio ..._....__ T|
12 Iowa._____.... 7I
84 Naw Hampshire ..4|
84 Arisons ...._4'
84 Texas ____g
36 Indiana ___..._... 4'
$4 Wyoming_ e
12 Montana__.... 6
42 California _S1
42 Idaho_ S
46 WaohlBgton ____4
47 Oregon ___3
48 Nevada ....._2
WwlirM How Yeeag and Facegcrb,
Yea Fad After TaUag TU. Nea-I
—alecs Cal—al Tables,
If you hare not triad Cblotahe you
bars a delightful surprise awaiting!
you. Tha wonderful live r-cie easing
and system - pa rtf ying properties of,
a tab at bedthaY "wiSi a swallow of|
water.—that's all No taste, no salts. 1
nor tha slightest unpleasant offsets1
You wake op b tbs morning fooling
so good that yon want to laugh about
It. Your liver ia claan, your system
is purified, your appetite hearty. Bat
what you vtah.—no danger. The next
time you foal lasy, meaa, nervous, I
blue or dlscotrraged give your bver a
thorough eieanaing with a Calotab.
They art so perfect that your drug
gist is authorised to refund tha price!
as^e^guerantoe that you will bo do-|
Cslotabs are sold only In original,'
scaled packages Price thirty-five
coats. At all drug Korea—(adv.)
Time is the teat of truth. And
Doan's Kidney Pins hare stood the
teet in Dunn. No Dunn resident
who suffers from baekache, or annoy-'
Ing urinary Ills can remain unconvinc-'
ed by this twice-told testimony. |
Mre. J. D .Kseell. Wilson and,
Divine streets. Dona, says: “I suf
fered from duH, nagging backaches
and aorenssa across my kidneys I
couldn't rest at nfgfcta and my kid
nays caused me a, Lot of annoyance
by acting irregularly. Doan’s Kidney
Pills were recommended to me and
I procured some from Hood ft Gran
tham's Drag Store. Doan's entirely
relieved me of all my trouble and I
am pleased to recommend them to,
• n»AM Miffsplnw fnoms 4,ei. LI J a*1
The above atatement wme riven
February 18, 1808 and on July 9,
1918, Mn. Sued eaidi “I am alwaya
r*«d to recommend Doan’* Kidney
Pitle after what they have dona for
me. All 1 hava formerly mid in
praim of Doan’i ftfll holda good .If
rv«r aval a I ibouM need a kidney
rvmedy. I weald take nothing but
Price 89c, at all dealers. Don't
■imply aek for a kidney remedy—rot
Doan'e Kldeey Pills—the mme that
Urn. Baaoll had. Peatar-Milburn Co.,
Mtgn.. Buffalo, N. Y.
DROP JESUS r
One of the so-called “advanced"
churcbee la Now York City kaa ro
mivod to abollah all roferenco to
"aoet, clem, nation or ruoe,” and hava
» aow bead #f onion to bo algnod by
of Me members. To do thia. It
daema it aeeeaaary to adopt a new
Ratamaat of purpose" from which
•ontiea of Christ mad Christianity la
oaUtted. Public anaauaeementa ie ac
tordlnyly made that this eharch has
So the we rid movaa on from the
time that tha Master preached oa the
Staroo of OelOoe, aa (racial# only fed
tho moMitadef wkaa they wore weary
ud far from hoam and aent them on
T**? 4id "•*
Are wo fsapstttpv tha Oraat Teach
-waited tha opas af tha Mind and
Just What Does The
EDISON TONE TEST
This ia an effort to explain in aimple lucid
language exactly what the Ediaoh tone
test demonstrates. When you have read
it we want you to have as clear an idea
of just what the teat signifies as though
you personally had witnessed one.
We have repeatedly asserted that in
the New Edison the great inventor had
perfected a device which Re-Creates the
artist's voice with such complete fidelity
that no human ear can detect the slight
est shade of difference between the liv
ing artist and the inanimate instrument.
The tone test is conducted merely for
the purpose of proving the truth of this
The demonstration is aimple in the
extreme. The instrument is placed upon
the stage; an artist stands beside it. The
instrument begins to render one of the
singer's own songs. After a few moments
the artist begins to ting the same song
with the Instrument. Suddenly the sing- *
er ceases and the New Edison continues
alone. Can you distinguish the differ
ence? That is the question.
Over 1500 of these tone testj have
been staged. Over 30 great artists:
Anna Case, Marie Kappold, Marie Sunde
liua. Alice Verlet, Thomas Chalmers,
Arthur Middleton. Giovanni Zenatello
and others of similar eminence have par
ticipated in them. Of the more than
2,000,000 people who have been present
not one has been able to detect eny dif
ference between artiBt and instrument:
between a singer’s living voice and the
New Edison’s Re-Creation of it. With
the lights lowered to hide the singer’s
lips not one of the 2.000.000 has been
able to say when the singer ceaaed and
the instrument continued alone.
In plain, evep'day English the fore
going is a description of an Edison tone
test. These tests have convinced more
than 2,000,000 people that Thomas A.
Edison has achieved what was believsd
to be impossible. We are publishing this
not only to convince you of the truth of
our assertions about this incredible in
strument but atso to urge you to call at
our store and learn for yourself what we
mean by the phrase "Music’s Re-Crea
Barnes & Holliday Co., Dunn, N.C. j
' TO "DUNN ’ -
For one week, commneacng Monday Night, June I 6, under canvas
Greatest Vaudeville Show
The Funny Negro Comedian, and
his Company of Clever Entertain
er* are with this Show and will
•urely please YOU
The clever little
Listen Monday For the Brass Band
Door* Open 8:30 p. m. Show Starts 9:15 p. m. Admission 20c.
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