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Music Department. Friday ¥
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Bu'iw*—1'.'ivies Department ¥
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li.me Economics ii --’ rtment ¥
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'anu-.ry *«, 19*2.
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F. Grover Britt of l.c-nbei ton, it a
v .>r in Dunn today.
..list Pear. Grantham i. suffering
. i t-iii a dlslocutcd arm I MuAl li by a
full the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jackson an.
e'-ildren spent the week end with Mr
Jsrkson’s parents in Spring Hope
Mies Juuie (pock, s member of thi
high school faculty, has returned U.
Dunn from Goldsboro, where she wa*
called luet week by the death of he
father.
J. D. Baggett of Maitland. Fla . n
foimrr citiaen of Sampson county,
will arrive in Dunn tonight with n
cat'll ad of fruit which was raised on
Ids own grove in Florida. The car will
hr stationed on the Coaet (.in* tnsekr
near the station. Mr. Baggett will be*
here for several days sr.J will hr gla l'
io aee cm i nerve- l
Chas. Randall of Falcon. was a
busineta viator In Djnn Thursday*
Rlw. Luk<- Radrr of Chicago, a strong
• \arg*llst of the Chriat.on Missionary
Allianrs. wdl begin a Her r* of meet I
inga In the Gospel Tab.-rmirl* here *
next Sunday night. The Uoor of thr
services after Sunday have not beer
r-ranged yet, but will hr announced
liter. The pobllc Is cordially invited
lo hear Mr. Ra.Ur
MARSH MORROW MOVING
INTO OPERA HOUSE
For"*»v Moviig Piet«jrs Hseto Ts B.
Remodeled. Bean Leased By
New Ceeeeen
Marsh Morrow, for the pan »»v
► i-ol years manager of the White Way
Theatre, is moving his equipment in
fo 'ho opvirs hAiee and will be ready
to open to the public by the middle of
next week
The batldlng which the White Wqy|
occupied for the past several
years, has been leased to The Golo-|
nlal Amassment Co., and la closed at'
Preaent for repair*. The faalldingj
Installed throughout, which will tZ \
iluda a (4,000 Beaberry organ. Thr j
UB* the n«w theatre will be an
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FOR SMIRjM REUEF
Tarheel daaoutlve A aka Aoeouete Be
a»orn foe Vlellma of Turk la*
Mataacra In Moor Boat.
An appeal to all North "imltaliaa
to remember, daring tha aaaioa at
fhaakagtrlag. tha rata gee victims at
lha Turkiab adraoua as and masiaeTn
at Smyrna waa Bad# Moaday by Oar
•nor Cameron Morrlaou from Raleigh
U coaaaotloa with tha attempt at tha
Hear Baet Relief aad tha Bad Craat
ta auooor tha rlntlaa ad thla terrible
llaaatar erernaaa
Ouroraon Montana Beta Sunday,
December 14, aa the apeelfic day oa
which ha aaha all reeldaau ot hla
rommoawaalth I# go a Hula deeper
Into tholr poc It at bo oka ta aM tha dee
tltute who ara now ecafterwd orar
Three* aad Oraaca, their howtoa la
•troyed, agtlaa from lhatr aallva land,
with no food and only tha olethaa on
lhatr backs.
Tha Naar Kart Ballad hai bean hard
put to taka oara at tha 110,000 little
aotbariaaa aad Utherlaas chlldraa
whom they ara bulldlog Into the now
Armenian nation tha Tar la all hut
havlag axtonatnatrd thr aid one.
Along oa thla aontta lha foddem throw
lag 00 lhatr hands nt orar 100.000 wo
men children and old Dam. wbo Sad
drum the Turbo anti thereby a are pad
tha tala ot 1 sa.000 wbo war# murdered
in cold blood by the Turkiab congmar
ora ot Smyrna.
A recant appeal by Prwaldaut Hard
lnp aad Will Haya* committee baa
brought aa Inadvquata raapoaae. It la
reported. In Clovemnr .vtorrlaon'a ap
peal ha atatoa I hat It would mm the
paopla ot Korth Carolina. aa wall aa
the reet ot America, hava a at raadllv
«"'»•« »• nagitude and path™ of
tho altaaUoa tcmlvlag tha absolute
kaevra desUtntlca aad near .terra now
at aakrly a Million women. chtldrsa
and aid man.
Supplementing thla appeal. Cotosel
Oaoraa H. Bellamy. state chairman ef
tha Naar East Hall-i aaka that charka
aad oontrlbaUona al thla ftaa allbar
ha tore ad oner to local coaaty chair
man (or Ihla great humanitarian organ
isation or bo sent to kirn or Robert A.
Brown, State Treasurer. »01 Cltlseas
Bask Building Raleigh, rands tor rw
M*f ^ Snijmi* vlalmi will bm Adnloli
tered within two waaks after receipt,
ka stated.
At tha same time. Ooloeel Bellamy
aaka lha public not to rat thla appeal
confused with the regular Near Bast
Relief campaign which win ooma later
Thla aopeal D Just (or emergency
fundi to take eara of rletlma al tha
Smyrna maiaaorw sod (oread abandon
maat of homes The "regular cam
palgn." he points oot. la to Uha care
of tha 1.114 Uttla children whom
North Carolina la building Into part
of the future Armenian nation. It
regain* 1X00 ooo a year to do this
and this aum has heel allotted to tha
various counties of the basts of pope
lallon.
Voluntear workarn for tha Near
Baal Relief from nearly every county
hi North Carolina win aathsr tu
Oreanaborr Saturday. Da camber 2nd
la tha annual state ewavaattaa at this
argnalaatlan
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It ia false economy fbi a county U>
dispense with either tha farm agent or
{a
arlwitorr more than ever.
The Crvtk. were the Ural to uke
bath tubs.
LOOK WHAT JOE TART
SAYS ABOUT. PIC CHOW
j dr Jo« Tart, Duiui. Rout* No. 2
ayi chat Pig Chow is certainly wort>
sriiul it is told for. Ue bought a verj
poor uitd run down hog from a part)
far the simple* reason ho could fin.I
nothing that seemed to bring him out.
After Mr. Tart booght this hog and
having sean and heard of such won.
h tful results abla.n«d from pi|
Chow ho decided to try it. After us
ing only one bag of this feed he sold
this hog for a profit of |7.S0.
for s money making proposition
and the most economical feed that
ISO be obtained, Pig Chow excels
‘.hem all.
Bold in Checkerboard bags only by
I L. P. Buries, Dunn, N. C.
NOTICE TO ALL
Box party at Oakland School
llouse Saturday night, December lg,
f-CO o'clock. Come, everybody wel
come.
R. L- Edwards. Teacher.
A ten year old boy beat his dady
n the show ring at the Pine hurst Pair
"id won IBS as the best showman at
he fair. He had been trained in club
vork.
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BOX PARTY
There will be a box party at Jones
iorr. School hour-e December 20. Wad
lesday night. Everybody is Invited to
on>p und bring boxrv
SETH A COAT8,
KVA CRUMPLER, Teachon
P. SURLEJ HAS
RETURNED FROM MEETING
i nave Juat returned from a con
‘/ention held in Raleigh by tha Pu
••i2.a Mill, of St. Louis. At this eoa
' »nlion I learned lota about facing
Pu’lua rhoara 10 come to my .tore
uvl 1 will ba only too glad to tall you
Cf thr many new and aeonomical
C.-eding directions that I know to be
correct. Furthermore, if yoti bar.
nevar triad this wonderful line of
feed get In now as you can’t go
wrong Each aad every bag of this
feed ia guaranteed to givo entire aat
i election or your money will be re
funded. My tales are increasing rap.
Idly but thare are several that dent
know its value yet.'.
For sale In Dunn only at my (bora.
L P. SURLEJS.
Dunn, Doc. 14.
Business Local
good MORNING. HAVE YOU HAD
y«»r »•••«*? Call *1« and *•
wl.l laid ft to you. Freeman'*
Caah Grocery. jytf.
OOkT SELL YOUR SEED OR Trade
imiiws1uwfriif u*1 nntu
FOR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS—
Drive a rood uaed car and enjoy
nouraelf. Other* ride, why not you.
Big bargain* in a*ed can. D P. 8.
Motor Co., 8nipe* Garage. If tf.
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_ 1 he Officers and Directors of the Farmers Commercial
Bank, Benson, N. C., announce that, the Bank has
been admitted to membership in the Federal Reserve Sys
tem. They feel that the Bank’s usefulness and strength
will be greatly enhanced by this step and it is to fftiis end
that membership was applied for. The management feels
gratified that it was able to pass the strict examination re
quired by the Federal Reserve Board at Washington, the
greatest banking tribural in the world.
The officer* dirr rtors i .vito the continued patron
age, and frer.de h?p cf custonur* and friends, promis
ing, instead of loc^ ir g bfidfward, to ever look forward to
bigger, belter *rd hiphrr thirds, for the community which
it serves.
faithfully your*,
M. T. Britt,
President
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FAR RENT.—TWO ROOMS FOI
light houeel.ci?pingpg*h0«. 314.
3 Sic.
WHY WORRY—AB<&r WHAT TO
giv» him f ir ChriaUn.a »li«n w<
hare fmti what he need* meet See
our lino of Auto Robaa. Z. V.
| Snlpaa. It If.
f CADET COIL WATER HEATERS—
La* and Rye Prlca* raaeonabla.
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| CHRISTMAS IS COMING — WHY
nut livt h:r.\ a nice Eteamcr ur
Silk Pluah liobr for Cntiatmaa pf»
! *mL Wa W.li appreciate it Com*
i and *aa our asaortmeat. Z. V.
Snlpaa 12 »f.
LIME, LIME, LIME-WE HAVE IT
it will pay you to oaa ua at ene*.
Johnson Cotton Co. 1 S 2tr.
| FOU SALE—AUBURN FIVE FAS
reuger, Pain 6 pea date r. both, in
i good condition at bargain counter
; price* D. P. 8. Motor Company,
I Snipe* Cange. 12 tf.
| WE WILL TAKE TOUR ORDER
for improved King cotton Mod, If
yon will •** ua at ones, gat ahead
of tba Ball Wsr^L Johnson Cot
ton Company. j It gte.
. FARMS FOR SAlji AND RENT.—
The*a am aa good aa ths bant, wall
located near ehpfehaa aad achoola.
Dally malto. public roada J. 0.
Layton. Dunn, N. C. S St*.
LOST. — S U M D;A V BETWEEN
Dunn aad FnysttorfiM n black hand
bag. 110.00 reward offered. Ex
prea# C. O. D. far flS.OS to E N.
Johnson. Sumter. R C. B-Ste.
THE GREAT DELNORA
TV, Warfd*. Meat Gifted Waawa
(Forteartjr of Philadelphia. Fa.)
Locate, bora In Dun. M. C
fur the winter
Advice given hi all affaire of Ufa
Leva, ■n.bieei. Daauctia and Finan
cial Affaire—Cananh bar at aaaa
Leah Far Mar Mannar, Magaaffa Ava.
Jaat beyond and acme, atraet from
Near Grammar Moat Ball din*
OF EM DAT AMD MIGHT
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r'TTERIES—COLD W1AT " '.R I
oad on UaliarW*. Lot us u out
in k»o4 condition for cold . . iho
driv.ug. ' Z. V. ZutfH i;» tl
FOR 1AUU4MAU COOC ITOvi
In good condition. Roc W. 1 l . nm
btU at Worth Pop*'* Doi- . tie
fOR SALE—OMR BOILER . .iF Z
gin* n Ant-cloo* coadlll. . 'j
O' at wlching to bay apply ;«•' . A
Warren, Rent* 1. Bos ItJ. Hann
X. C. »t 4. ,4
MOREY TO LOAN - SMC 044 04
Five Hundred Thooonad D: Mar* ic
loan on fitot mortgage on tool «■
tui*. I.nng lima, bn pajrvnt*
R. T. Boric* and O. A. Barbour
Cftuooa, K. C. OReo thin! iloa:
Farmora Commercial Bank Build
ing. Dec. 1 *i.
CARBIDE—ALL IIZE1 PRICES
right. Lee and By*. IStfe.
TIRES.'—JO ST RECEIVED A B1C
shipment of Sunlebaker 't'r«
Price* from 47.50 up. Caere- * >.l
•*c thorn. Z. V. Sniper 14 -I
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Gift - She p
NEW PICTURES
NEW MIRRORS
NEW CANDLESTICKS
NEW POTTERY
FANCY CANDLES
Headquarters for Christ ir a*
Cards, Fronted Mottos (boxed).
-Specialty
Shop Early sod set the pick.
Racctt 43 sad 44—4th Floor
Fir** National Rank BoiMfeg
MRS. J. J. WADE,
MRS. X C. CLIFFORD.
i1 MONEY TO IA4N om m2
' londa ui an-'-BJit* from $1.0*0 to
r $40 30* fM 4S ywH. Godwin ud
• J.rrl«*n. AiUmtjrt, Dou, JT. C.
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1A big stock of toy* now open at my .dor*, everything !
you can mention in this line, and 1 want you to come
ard see our price before you buy. Lets make til* ehil- i
dren happy onco more by buying then toys from me. I
have special prices during the Chriatr i-a on shoes, dry
Cood* ard clothing. If you wish to eav# money it will
j oy you to come to my store and net try prices and yon
\ ill f o home happy.
J hay* a big stock of Boys suits from_$1.71 up
Men's Suita from_s.___|MO up
Father George Homespun_IS 1-Sc Yard
Good Quality Gingbaa._9 1-Sc Yard
?Tcn and Women’s Shoes from _fS-00up
. on and Women's Underwear from_Me op
«• ha e a big Une of Mea'a Felt Hats from_|IJO up
! cV* Dress Shirts from--91 .M up
: la Vs my store your headquarters when you are in
T'< ?#bdro. Beat and cheapest store io town and I carry'
* e Hiytxst stock in Roeeboro.
WTS-TOYS-TOYS
Youre for business
George C. Thomas
FOSE BORO, — NORTH CAROLINA
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-NOT JUST THE TALKED ABOUT KIND-■
We /nst simply have too much merchandise and want to move it
you it’s exactly as represented. erchandise mentioned we positively assure
Every price we name, eve^y article of m
e i THIS IS REAL VALUE WE ARE OFFERING
All Queen Quality Shoe* were $6.50
to $9.00, now priced 1_$4.25
All Zetgler Shoes were $7.50 to $9*00,
now....$3.98
LADIES' DRESSES
No such sales prices offered any
where. All Wool Poiret, Serge, Can
tons and Silks. $8.50 Dreses now
priced . _■- $5.75
$12.50 Dresses now priced_'.$8.75
$15.00 and $17.50 Dresses...$12.75
$20.00 and $22.50 Dresses...$13.75
Positively these are the beat offer
ings ever made in Harnett County.
LADIES' ^OATS
. $15.00, $17.50 and $20.00 Coats, now
priced . . . $11.95, $12.75 aad $14.75
$27.50 and $30.00 Coots.$21.00
$35.00 Coats now-$22.75
MEN'S SUITS
Absolutely all wool. Fast Colors.
Stylish Garments. Every one guaran
teed as represented as to price and
quality.
$25.00 and $27.50 Suits now.$19.75
$30.00 Suits now l_'_$22.50
$32.50 Suit* now_$24.75
$35.00 Suita now...$25.75
You know we handle Style Plus
Clothes.
$25.00 All Wool, splendid style, Over
coat — ..$18.95
BOYS SUITS
$6.50 and $7.00 Suits now_$4.95
$8.00 and $9 Suits now. .$6.96, $7.25
. $10.00 Sui^s how-$7.75
$12.50 Suits now_$8*95
SHOES FOR MEN — THE REAL
WORK KIND
Black Vulcan,-Fairfield Shoe, made
• by H. C. God man Company. No»better
work shoe ever made. Sold at $4.00,
now . __ $2.90 II
Ralston Norwegian Grain, Young
Men’s Sport Shoe. No finer or better
shoe made. $9.00, marked now_$8.75
There are other items all over our
store just as good values. It will pay
you to look it over.
All Hats in Millinery Department
to $25.00 bats
Your* truly, I
Hasse -Johnson I
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IP. S. One lot'Silk and Wood Ptmibi. . . II
    

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