Charte· Le* Guy «pont Honda; at
Clinton on buiinM*.
Claud· A. Stewart, of Anglttr, w«»
• vi«itor to Dunn Tuesday.
P. A. Loo ii again on the job after
a lèvera! day/ sclge of tomlUtU.
Worth M Pop· returned Momlay
fruni a riait to Raleigh and GrMW
Robert K. Smith and hit little son,
Robert P. Jr., wi-re in town Tuesday
Mr*. C. Γ. Waiiea, of Jfdcnton, w
her· tu «pend ssvoral <lay» with ner
K. A. Stewart, of Lillluftoii, «pent
Saturday and Sunday her· an a guest
Mm. II. T. Young and Mia* Gladys
Young hare returned from a viait
Mr». Jack Le* returned Monday
from an extended viait to ralativa*
J. W. Wilson wai uaong thole
uf Dunn who attended th« circus at
FaysttavilU Tuesday uighL
Mr· J. J. Lan·, Mr» Ernnl M.
Jeffrey» and Mn. R. S. Kelley have
gone to Richmond to »pend several
Mr*. Marmh Morrow and Miss Lu·
cillc Karri» left Monday night for
Richmond whir· they wll viiit Mill
Miss Juanita Crockett, of Lilling
Ion, wai here Saturday and Sunday
to τικ! her pa re η u, Mr. and Mrm.
J. k. Crockett.
WUIiaja Troy Mond· and Joe Creel,
•tock daalerm, loft Tuesday for Huh·
raond, where they will purchase hor»»·*
and mule· for their «table· here.
Mi·· Grace Crockett returned Mon
day to Eton College after «pending
the week of tha Fair here with her
parent*, Mr. and Mr*. J. K. Crockett.
Claud· Gardner i« again able to
be un after several daw of icrtoDi
lUnMi following in operation in η
Psyetteville hospital for the nmovil
of hi· tonals.
Mr·. Margaret Cappe, muthrr of
Cahrtn Capp·, the gallant your·κ lieu
tenant who lout hia Hfe is Kiaaot,
waa here last waek from her home
at Lacuna to ei«lt frUndj and rcla
Eugene T. Lee and J. Lloyd Wade
left Sunday night for WaAington
where they are attending the bien
nial session of Scottlah Rite Mason·
as delegates from the Wilmington
Mia· Claudia J one·, of Raleigh, wu
among laat weak'· visitors to Dunn.
She waa a guest of her sister. Mr*.
Herbert B. Taylor while here and
was a participant m the several
dances held during Kalr week.
Jamea Smith and Braxton Baggctt
|isvc recently accepted a position with
the Ε. V. Galney Garage. Mr. Smith
is an experienced automobile mechan
ic and will be glad to have his friends
come to him with all their ear trou
bla·. Mr Haggett, too, is a mechanic
af several year· «xpcrlence.
Sergeant J. J. Stuart, of Greens
boro, and Private Β. B. GOlen, of
Raleigh, ara here on the trail of rc
cralts for the regular army. They
will be here until Monday murning
aad will accept enlistments at the
postoAce at any Ume from 4 to 4
o'clock tn the afternoon and from 7:30
to 8:30 at night. They also will
furnish any Information desired con
earning allotment·, travel pay and In
surance doe discharged soldiers or
For census «numerators hι Harnutt
County Representative* Godwin has
recommended (His P. Shell, Avcrua
boro; T. W. Harrington, Barbecue;
Ed Blanchard, Buekhorn; J. A. Wil
liams, Black River; Α. Γ. Kowler,
Duke; L. L Turlington, Grove; J.
S. Johnson, Anderson's Creek; Henry
Morrison, johnsonvtllr; John Collier,
Ν will's Creek; Walter Pearaon, Hec
tor's Creek; A. L. JohnaoQ, I.illing
lofi; Haasle Truelove, Stewart's
Creak ; W. C. Davis, Upp»-r Little
The laat of three fire· within a
week Monday morning destroyed a
barn in the alley fronting the Meth
odist Church. Marvin Wade waa the
owner of Uir barn. Muck farm ma
chinery and feed ntuff belonging to
Eroast Pope was also destroyed. The
two other biases were at the home of
Robert Barnes at the corner af Pope
and King Ave. and at the George P.
Pope mill. Robert's home with Its
furnishings waa destroyed. Damage
at the Pape will was to the shaving
Dr. J. W. Halford «u fined 150
and colt tt Lilllngton Monday for
urrylni ■ eonwiM weapon. The
raw wti tiled before Judge Otla P.
Shell, vice-recorder, «erring In place
of Col. Dan Hifk Mr I., an who did
not care to présida ovar the proceed
in(i. It grew oat of an affray be
tween Dr. Halford and Κ W. Norrli
at Liilington during the September
torn» of Saperior Court. Dr. Halford
la alleged to hare drawn a pistol up
on Norria after Kr. Norrli bad
•track him. Mr. Norrij wai triad
before Judge Shell on a charge of
■Impie aaaaolt and waa fined $25 and
eoeta. Paul Norria, charged with the
■■a offenae, waa adjudged not guil
ty. and Clyde Norria, a third aliased
offender, waa not provocated. Clifford
A Townaead represented the Norrk
men. Oarlee Ron appeared for Dr.
That good old friend. Jim Motley
who raaidea aoaaewhere np around Fu
Quay Springe, waa In town far aeveral
day· th·· week vidtlag the family ol
W. a. Jacluon, whom daughter. Mi*
Lulu be married Mxae twaaty yean
ago. Jim waa the pioneer tobaccc
wareboueeoan of Duan, aatabllihlni
himaalf in what la now Ika Stephana
Howard Company'· warehouse li
ltM. Ha attracted tbooaand· ol
poanda of the golden weed to thii
market aad waa la · fair way to auk·
thia one of the leading markets of Un
Beat until the low price· of 100!
knocked the bottom oat of tbiaga am
put a erimp la Dunn'· aeprratiorv
»long that line. Several year· agi
be moved to Ape log Hope, thenci
to Γοςοβτ Spring· where be haï al
te me ted between farming and ware
hooaing with varying aneeaaa. I
hrnt often that he wander· down thi
way, but when be doee come ther
are many bare who remember tb
old lebeeet day· who derive a genu
Ine pleaaore from eeeing the aam>
old mile that wea the frieadahip ο
farmer· fer Dunn.
C. A. Moor· «ai a viator in fif
«tteville Tue*d*y night
Urv Jane· M. Dmilcl» U visiting
rtlative. ID Uracnafcoro.
L. U Barmi left I'aoalaji niffct
far a brief vi«it to Richmond.
Mr*, llarvcy McKay la ' visit'**
relative* tn Rii-hmond and PeterAur».
Mrs. Uh Hodge* Humphreys, of
Birminflun, AW., Is here lo vltlt her
Roy I.own continues very III at the
bon* of hi* parent», Mr. and Ml*.
R. Lew··. <
Mr*. Clara Eldrt<tre, of Newton
Grove, ia her* to viail her paranu,
Mr. and Mr*. W. E. Butler.
Mita»· Maryaret and Naomi Walk
rr, of PtUrtburn, ara visiting al the
home of Mr. and Mr*. W. Ε Butlar.'
A. E. Robinson, big chief of th«
Holiness print «hop at Falcon, paaaad
throujth town Saturday an ruote to
Mar key W Jon·· haa return
ed tulfcr bom» at Atlanta, Ga., after
having spent several day* here a·
the jrucft of Mri. S. Shaw.
"Valley Karm," a drama in three
acta, will be presented al Shady
Grove lilsh School Friday night,
Oitober 31, by sludt-nU in the *cbool.
Mix* Je»in Holliday returned Mon
day to Her itrntm at Atlantic Chris
tian Coll»«c after upending a week
here with lier parent*. Mr. and Mrs.
Carlisle Bain returned Monday
from Fayetteville where hv had been
rtvelvinft treammnl lor the after ef
fect uf German Gaa he encountered
while in ncrvice in France.
Work ha* been started on the new
Free Will Baptist Church which is
ΙII AilOHnw tkn Mi«ikiatrwa« *-■ — »·
Cumberland Street and King Avenue.
This structure U to cost approximate
ly 120,000 and will be completed by
early spring, it ϋ believed
Cotton hW on the local market
reached 12,000 bate· early this week
jvith price* rancinu" op to nearly 37
cent λ Car scarcity Km been ao seri
»ua and receipt· ho heavy that the
whole of Lucknow Square is filled
with the staple. nearly 4,000 bale·
being left there nearly every nigkL
Ilcnry Im. Ralph Wade, Wesley
Thompson, Jc»«r Wilaon. Alcy Parker,
Lewis Strickland and Elija Ixwkamy
left lajt η ι* ht for Kaletgh where they
will attend the flrat annual reunion
of the Ηθικό Gang, a eoldieni or
ganisation created while Ibcy were
quartered at Fort Carweil.
Rev -lames M. Daniel, pastor of
the Divine Street Methodist Church,
U preparing to attend the next con
ference which I» to be held at Wll·
κα beirnning November 1·. He ha·
brrn importuned to incept a po*i
lion a» director of the Trinity
Alumni Aseoriation's effort to raine
fllft.lHHl to build a mémorial to the
college men who died or were kill
ed during the war. It is possible that
he will accept thl· poeition. The Meth
odist» of Dunn, however, are itriving
to induce htm to remain in the pul
pit. Uiifcop U. V. W Darlmjrton win |
preside over the November confer
Harper McDaniel Holliday and Mies'
Agnes Spain were married in the
pa «tor's itudy of the Mithodist Par
sonate Wednesday afternon at 6Λ0
o'clock. Rev. J· m es M. Daniel, pea
tor, nftciated Miks Rlenehe Thomas
of Burlington, H. G Tayter, Jr., and
Italie Wood were the only attend
The wedding came as a surprise to
the many friends of the young couple
here. No Intimation of their inten
tion to wed had been given any one
until a few hours before the cere
mony. Immediately after the wed
ding they motored to FayottevMe,
whence they returned to Dunn this
The bride I» a- daughter of Mr.
and M» D. S. Spain, of Creenville.
Her father i« one of the most prom
inent tobacco warehousemen of East
ern Carolina. She came lo Dunn ss
a teacher of music In the Dunn
schools- when they opened this fall.
Mr. Holliday met her when she was
on β vlait here last summer. She Is
a young woman of rare charm and
lovablettees, accomplished In all the
Mr. Holliday is a son of McD.
Holliday. of the Barnes and Holliday
Company, here. He Is one of the
town's mort popular young men.
L K. Johneon of Zetmlon spent
Sunday with hit parents, Mr. and Mn.
J. L. Johneon.
Misa Hatlie Gardner of Angler
spent the week end with her sister,
·<·νν·· uni Π«Β.
Mr. and Μη. Anf Stewart of nnu
Dunn were visitor* at th«* home of
Hi. T. V. Stewart's Sunday.
Th« ftrst series in the Lyceum
course waa presented at the achool
building Saturday evening. The at
traction waa The Knowltoc Hanjo and
Giro Club which was Indeed inter tain
injr and worth while and quite a large
number of people went oat te heal
the splendid entertainer» in spite o1
the disagreeable evening.
Herbert Crimea want to Ralelgt
Monday on bualneaa.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wiggins spenl
Tuesday ID Dunn shopping.
J. Ρi#)iiUr Visited relativna it
Chapel ill last work.
We are glad to te· Mr. B. L. Lang
don out again. He waa right itel
Jnnious Beckwith of Durham h
visiting his mother, Mr*. B. >. Oil
Mr. and Mm J. M. Byrd and Ml
and Mrs. 8. L. Gorton spent Sands;
afternoon In Duke.
Misse· Collie Stewart and Laun
Parrisli and Meaera Elidridgo Coat
aad Aide Byrd motored to Duni
Mrs. John fotater of -Chapel Hll
It th« guest of Mr. aad Mrs W W
Wiggins this week.
Henry and Gay Btowart spen
Rendsy at Hansen
Misa Ira Johnson of Angler men
the week end with M lea Kdoa Beai
Mr. and Mm. Wfllia Byrd of Β «τ
ι son arc vlsHIng at tho home of W. C
ι Mr. Yaarby of Durham was a bus
I neee visitor here Tuesday.
Dr. J*arker of Benson was In tow
ι a few hour* Wednoeday
t Miea Pearl BtriekUnd of Four Oak
la vialUng ker rioter, Mn W. M
Keen this w«k.
Prof. J. A. Campbell of Bultt'a
Creek wu hm Tueaday. H· ku
6o«ρ very nick for the put acrcral
day» and Ma many irianda are (lad to
know h« haa recovared
Have you paid your tow· taxes yetî
If not pay now and an the discount.
* BUSINESS LOCAL »
rot SALE.—M ACRES. α CLEAR
ad. clay nibaoii, cleared land flM
af Wade, N. C., on the-National
ad. Good kail dale·. · salles aouth
Highway. R. L. Taylor. Wade,
N. C. 10-S-18-Jt pd.
FOR SALE—SEVERAL NEW FOIO
touring can. S. V, Galney.
TENANT WANTED FOR FOUR·
horaa farm altaatad naar Linden.
Good land and aWe two-aton hoaa«
on it. Apply to Ε. M. Jtffrrys
Dunn, N. C.
SPECIAL — miAW MAT· AT
your own prlca. Wa have · largo
aaaortmant to aelect from, all of
which ara going at · big reduction.
Call at once befera they are pkked
ovar. All good styles. Johnaon
FOR SALI—A MILCH COW AND
calf. Cow givaa t toS gallons of
milk dally. If tatarcatad aaa H.
P. Parnan, Dunn No. I. tt-pd.
NEW AND SECOND HAND FORDS
for aale. PARJU8H-DRIVEK CO.
του WILL II CIVEN A DIS.
count if yon pay yeur town taiaa
daring tha moath of October Pay
now and sa»a the discount. U. 8.
Γ a ira, Town Tax Collector.
FOR SALE—FIFTY HOGS SUIT·
abla for fattening, alao Ara ftne
bcrd aowl, one choice Haaapablra
boar Mx month* old, two Jersey
cowa, flvt nice fa ma ranging in
alae from M to 12W acre· each.
16 crop* for rent Good booaaa,
on road* naar churches and aahoola.
8oe J. C. Lay too, Dunn, N. C.f
No. ». 10 1· 2t
FOR SALE—ONE PRACT1CALLT
new top btoggy and haraeaa for cash
or on time. Κ. V. Gain ay.
PAY YOUR TAXES IN OCTOIU
and save the discount 8c· Chief
Pint at hi· odfi in Um Municipal
FARM FOR SALE NINETY
eight icrva on liltwn year· time.
wTh. parribh tf
YOU WILL RE GIVEN A DIS·
rount if you pay your town taxai
daring thi· month. Pay Chief hf«
new aad «a*· th« diaconat.
UNLIMITED MONEY TO LEND ON
long time on firat-claaa real aetata.
ΙΙ,ΟΟΟ.βΟ up. With ar without life
insurance; with or without broker
age chart··. Literal appraiaal of
property, and prompt attention
|im to al iMllntioaa, Bom
hirh-producinx fenoj alway· for
tale. R. L. GODWIN, Dunn. N.
WANTED AT ONCE—ΛυΝΟ WO
men ago 18 to 32 to take training
couru» in njning in the training
school for nunc· la the New Pitt
man llopital, Fayrtterille, Ν C.
The work i( not hard, hot U rrry
intererting and beneficial wKh er
ery convenient, for teaching and
rare of the nor··· 10 It 4L
FOR SALE—4 MOUSES AND SEV
eral ratant lot· In Dune. Eaay
torn·. Jameg Beat, attorney-et
UNIVERSAL ELECTRICAL APPLI
ances of all kin*·. Any thing you
need for electricity. Howard Elec
tric Shop. Phone 17S.
FOR SALE—ONE SECOND HAND
. Maxwell touring car in good con
dition. Κ. V. Oainey.
FINE SHOWING OF PRETTY
piano and table lamp·. Howard
Electric bhop, Pbon« 171.
FOR SALE—ONE Ι·Ι·»17 MAX·
well frame with running heard·. E.
UNIVERSAL ELECTRICAL APFLi
anceg of all kind·. Any thing too
need for electricity. Howard Bac·
trie Shop. Phone 171.
LOST—A COCO WRIST WATCH
Tharaday between H. L. Godwin
and l*f Barn·· mdrac· L. I.
F. and 191· enjrraTed on the
watch. Reward if returned to tkla
oB«. It. pd
UNIVERSAL ELECTRICAL AFPt-l
aaeep of all load·. Any thing you
neetl for alactrWity. Howard Elec
tric Shop. Phone 178.
LOST—THE COAT TO A GREEN
•nit batwMn John Hodgeo and
Frank 8111·; «a the Clinton road,
toward of f 10.00 for return to J.
If. Hodgaa, Dunn, R. 1., Box 1·.
UNIVERSAL ELECTRICAL AFPLI
aorta of all Unda. Any thiagroe
nood for electricity. Howard Doe.
trie Shop. Phone HE
'FOR SALE—SECOND HAHD FURN
itare la food condition, and priei
reaaonabla. Mr·. Annie Fettoa
Donn, N. C., It
I FOR SAL·—OME GOOD MULI
1· roan old tad weighing aboui
1*00 pound·, ea* or oa tUo.
Ε. V. Oalpey.
'night OPERATOR WANTED FOI
Dunn Exchange Apply to Man
agar, telephone office.
FOR SALE—ORE NEW VKTTOf
combination cafe. Welch
1·00 pound· A real bargain
Jemaa Boat, •ttoraey-at-law.
NIGHT OPERATOR WANTIiTfOI
Dunn Birr ha ego. Apply to Mm
agar, telephone oflke.
NIOMT OPERATOR WANTED FO
Dunn Exchange. Apply to Mai
■ · · ·'··/ ψϊ?ψ*
75 Horses and Mules
'. ■'v . "
The·· can be seen at Lane'· or J. W. Hodge· Stable· ami are offered for tilt A—ρ for
• ÉÊÊl· ο!
cash or on time „ Κ
Better stock thah these animal· has never been brought to Dunn. They are
young, strong and especially fitted for whatever work will be required of them on fs
of this section. There is not a bad bargain in the whole lot. Farmer· who new
stock will do well to look them over. ^ ξ «ΊΑ1·
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Lane and Johnson
J. J. LANE BEN JOHNSON
Knjoy your family circle under )
bright, itie, convenient electrte light
Brniri. U«to —4 :
K. J. Hudwn, D»*ler J
SMAIX FARM NEAR COATS FOR
alt. W. H Pc/ri «h, Lhina, Ν. C.
MILK COW FOR SALE—FOUR 1
y ran old, freah, E. IL ImÊnjt i
FINE SHOW1NO OF PRETTY |
piano and tabla laaqn Howard !
Electric Shop, n<w, 17».
FOR SALE—XSO ACRES OF LAND
m Imatr Pint Townthip, Cue
bar la od county, f Mil ta from Fay
etteviUa. 140 acres ia high state
of cultivation. 4 krouae·, (tablas,
1 tobacco bam. Land rood In
tobacco, cotton or corn. For quick
•alo offered at vary low figures, tea
or write A. W. Peace, Fayetterine,
•EHNINC PIANOS ARE CREATED
to sxctll. Tbey do. That ia why
thay art tha talk of tbo town
Sold by Parr lab-Driver Co.
UNIVERSAL ELECTRICAL APFL1.
anccg of all kind·, Any thlnryeu
η sad for electricity. Howard Elec
tric Shop. Phone ITS.
BETTER GET YOUR PORTABLE
end piano lamp and other electri
cal appliance*. A rood selection
to cbooe* from at Howard'· Mac
> trie Shop.
FINE SHOWING OF ΓΙΙΕΤΤΎ
piano and tabL, laaapa. Howard
Electric Shop, Pb*n« ITS.
M OTIC X—IF YOU AltS IN THE
market (or nitrate of toda, tare·
or — ni contracta, nt In Uwch
*Kh α a. w«'»a fOt tit· yoodi, and
the prie· will lurpriac toil Writ·
wire or phono, T. T. Covinirton A
Boa "An*thin* la FartlHaera,"
Fapottevule, N. C.
iq I It
FINE ' SHOWING OF Ρ HETTY
piano Mvj tabl. lampt. Howard
kloctrla Shop, rboia ITS.
FOR SALE.—I HAVE SEVEEAL
▼aluahte fan·· for aal« tm Ποιο Ml
coaatr, located la good MUUor
hood·, oa food road·, and Mar
rood market· with rood bafldhip.
Can oa or addtooe, E. L. Godwin,
Dana, N. C.
JUST RECEIVED—A CAE LOAD
of lallrn— Can bow nipptT rw
with anything y·» waat la thl·
lis*. Prie·· raaao fro* M <>0 to
SSS.SO. BatWrfrdo.. Daaa. M. C.
FINE SHOWING OF PRETTY
•larvo and tabL lamp·. Howard
JCIeetrie Shop, Phon, ITS.
MING US YOUE UBEBTY BONDS
If pou waat to MÛ them. Wo will
pap poa tha hlghoat prlca· for
thorn. Win pajr poa «aah or fir·
poa trad· in oatfcaar*. If poa
daoido to Mil dent fill te to. on.
Johnaon Brother·, Dana, H. C.
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' WHAT WILL του SHOW?
What WHl Tm Shaw at tha Ca»a
far Fair, F»>»tl»»tH«, Oi>»tw
Har» in · few of th» pratntwM
off trad. S»l«n mm asklMti and
enter Ikm wUk Iwntir; JmIcmii:
On» h«n<tr«4 dollar* far b«t agri
Ninny dollar· tn pr»miamt far
i'orty ι teller· ta irwliM far to
TwcMy-βτ· Mian In praaiUM fer
On· ImM «ad 9fly Mian to
premium· far dairy eattU
·» Tkr»t kandrad dollar· la praataM
for raria·! ahtrty dollar· tai >π·Ι··ι
fur DimJimr claaa.
βί* (β thootand Brt kwdrvd dal
lan In prcmienu and pvnoa ta caa»
Buy While We Have It
Production is Uncertain
Markets are Scarce
Xll goods made of steel, iron and wood are becoming
scarcer. They are hard to get at any price, and no manu
facturer will guarantee delivery of more than limited quan
tities at any specific time. For this reason we advise all of
our friends to place orders for their needs in these lines as
early as possible. Farm implements needed for next
' year's work should be ordered now. While our present
stock of all grades and all kinds of Hardware, Furniture
and other lines of our goods last you will be given what
ever advantage we have gained through buying as heavily
as we have. After these stocks are exhausted, however,
we cannot agree to maintain the present prices. They are
bound to go up. If you are fortunate enough to buy of
the present stocks, you will save money. If you wait, you
will certainly have to pay more. This is the opinion of
all wholesale dealers of the country. xVe will be glad to
advise you in any way we can about market conditions.
The Barnes & Holliday Company
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