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B. R. BARNHILL
"THE FORI) MAN"
[i || I——T Buyers Have Waited for
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f-| ouk C;KKAT
I 2ND ANNIVERSARY SALE
4 Has Been Extended Until Thanksgiving Day
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IU I The enthusiastic* response* of the public (hiring our Second Anniversary sale was not only a * hole-1 oaileu appiet iation of the sta. \ i
1«§ J unctions offered but was a testimonial of the esteem ami confvdeKe in which this store is held a'tribuate to Alarjiolis Bios. and }ioo s , rc.
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3 - ' Souai e Dealing and a -tribute ll .at we and our employees deeply apj»reciat i.
i: | ' \Ve have not ta,d:t u|, a lot of inferior ".lump" on the public at low prices. We could not deal with you that way and survive
i g 11 as lonir as we have. Marj>olis Bros, and Brooks feel a sense of duty to . tfcebuying public of this territory. : „ . i„
jt ]} We feel we owe you our'best advicelii the interest of your own economical welfare.. We are w t ell acquainted witli' g Cn^ ionß -
whereof we speak. That's why we our customers an) friends to buy their fall and winter supply NOWI-DI RING THIS SAf,h.
|: :' ■ for everyone-W item regardless of its forme,, cost has been greatly slashed in price-a trip to our store will reveal the news.
0 DON'T MISS IT. ; „ - : ' • • ' . •
' Satisfaction fruaranteed in every sale or your money cheerfully refunued- you musfbe satisfied before we are: WE.THANK YOU.
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| MARGOUS BROTHERS & BROOKS
1 WILUAMBTON ' '' ' NOOTH CAROLINA
GREAT MOWTATU COLLAPSES
Auasee Sanding In Mountainous Re
gions Near Vienna Di*inte(r»t-
V'-'ing Quite Rapidly.
) T!»C""Illogical freak of h rrent
mountain dislnteeratlng so fa*t t hM ' ft |
lls rtlsccuilble )»> •>>' day—a tiling |
i that ordinarily takes thousands of
j ypßrs _is occurrttur tn the ■
ous regions near Vienna.
The Außsee Sanding, rising over ;
| 6.000 feet, is •Imply collapsing. 111.
great cones and pinnacle* of ro ( k fire
crashing and tumbling a* If under
mined by gnomes; the forests that
clothed the slopes He flat or "> me .
slowly and stead fly downward piling |
Into the valleys, and the turf carpet
moves with thorn Over three and
thr«e-quarter miles of territory i.re in
volved In the movement anil hundreds
(if sightseers view the convulsions l
from opposite Bl©pe*
The phenomenon lias been in prog
ess for nearly a year with gradually
| Increasing acceleration 1 »'ie scientific
| explanation Is the presence of an nh
| nonnal ipuuitlty of water ' ti the « halky
limestone core of the Mountain caus
j Ing tW- coflapxe of great (uveitis and
| the slipping of strata.
Remarkable Volcanic Islands.
I Volcanoes (often break loose- on the
floor of ocean, and soinerlmes
! they tin)ld up considerable mountains,
j If such u mountain he tail enough, It
I appears übove the surface ami forms
J an island. The Hawaiian Islands were
themselves created Ui that way.
. Sometimes these volcanic Islands
rise up, only to disappear later. Here
and there In the IV itlc Jhut very
thing has tinpiiened within historic
Mariners often have come a n>ss a
new Island, or they httve discovered to
their surprise the absence of a chuffed
hit of teya tjniia
Iri the lielifliliorhood of the Aleutian
j chain two mountains lifted themselves
out Of the ocertii n while ago, with
much tire, steam mid Smoke They
are called Hogisluf and tlreWingk.
Having slowly grown to greut size,
tlie.v now are disappearing gradually.—
Kansas City Star.
From Chlorine to Aspirin.
(Iblorlne and a lot of poisonous
liases are produced from coal tar prod
From chlorine is developed chlor
lieii/.'iL and from chieu'beiizol, ncetir
usb.i drlde-of H-plrln. Aspirin l« also
i\. coul Ift r product made frotn stiilevlie
ucid. Chlorine was 111 si niaile in tier
ninny, hut Ahe war us to
iiiake our own, and u plant was eMail
llshed hi N'iagaru l ulls
This little 111 list IHI inn of how iispirln
is made shows lint American chem
ists can do if j:l\eti opportunity to
work out these chemical problems As
j plrln. heretofore umuufnet ured exclu
. I »l\r!y h) Cieni.ilii>, is* low luii'lr In
, 1 America.
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Sell your tobacco with us and you \
will jl!'o homo Satisfied. Wo had on • \j,
Sale Monday 18,704 lbs., and sold for
an average of $37.55.
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Brintf us your next load, and we
will M'et you the top of the market for
every piles, and you will be numbered
amon.u' oui' many satisfied customers.
\\'o lead in pounds and prices.
Yours for top-notch prices.
J. (i. STATON, President . JOE 1W LOU, Mgr.