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B. R. BARNHILL
"THi: FORI) MAN"
Come Here and Get the Low Prices You've Waited For!
;} ■ • ONLY OUR ' - " •'
I 2ND ANNIVERSARY SALE
l! AFFORDS THESE UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES
| ' " ,Just at,the time when you are most, C,
» SUITS AND OYKRCOATS ready to make your purchases for your MANHATTAN SHIRTS
\ Men! You can now buy the suit, or winter needs at any cost-Our great •- _ A complete -lanK'e of l'^rnsat
g „ov«r«>at vmi have craved for. Tile price ' sale will offer a great saving. greatly i educed pi ices.
S is right. Just come in and let us sliow . , ot for this season of the year,
g ' vou Not even'in normal times have you
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«• ever had such a wonderful opportunity
8 i .to buv high grade apparel at such re- I!(,YS ' t™™ES
5 ! , SHOKS! SHOKS! - SHOES! . nia ,. liablt , sa y iws . Compared to last The Kind That Has Manly Styles
Big Shoes, Little Shoes, Ladies Shoes. year, 1920, our prices are less than half ' Th e \ oungster • I
w | i en s Sll f>es, ( Jiikiren s Shoes and baby —and compared to 1914, when the low- brother^BobV- He buys his clothes
5! Shoes, all aie reduced so low that to re- . , *i . . r »c*
-w--}i —— 1 — place the m would mean a great Joss to est level of -prices prevailed, the won- at Ma» golis fetoi e. f
5 ! us - H f v in£ made arrangemehts with dei'fiU values we offer in. this sale ~ 'thev are madeofaF"
«$ i ' several manufacturers to supply our - •, ~ clothes because they aie inaue o
cd nppdg durintr this irreat salt* it there- # passes tnem nil. wool fabrics-—Jackis n&id on clotnes
I: . « - J •: , . ' - and most of their suits have two pai l?
l l .do the lack of space does not permit 1 nun y\TiRF ?TOfK of panU, which mefens double semce,. j
a ; us to describe our great quality shoes - Dad Says: I want Margolis clothes f*
I i at-the exceedingly low prices. Come - of line winter Coats, Silk and Cloth _ * ' wwl fX /
1 * and fit the family—make our stpre your . • . OL. . . „ umei ooysuouira in town, un wuui MU
|22 headquarters for solid leather shoes, > dresses, Goat Suits, okirts and Blouses . rics and newest 81iftd£8» —w
I I ' at lowest prices in ten years! * ; U
| MARGOLIS BROTHERS & BROOKS 7
I j WILLI ALSTON NORTH CAROLINA
HER AFTERNOON QUITE BUSY I
Violet Grace, However, Hsd lrterv«l»
of Leisure, and Took Advantage
of All of Thertv
Violet Grace dressed to f.o shopping.. |
La«t of all she powdered her iii.se.
Shu wen! tirst tn 11 certain store for
Jlt was h«»«■ jWlfc-J'fct didn't
see 11 bargain In the- whole store, so
she left She paused a moment at the
ribbon counter and powdered her nose.
She stopped ut the blouse shop She
simply hnd to hnve a blouse soon Hut
they lift'! nothing that appealed to her.
so after powdering her nose sht went
She vl-dted ye huby shoppe to see If
she could find 11 little gift tor uiidlles
buby, but everything was so fr!.'htfuHy -
expensive that she decided tu make
I something to give. 'She ptHvihied her
I" nose at the doorway There una such
n good mirror there.
J Feeling weary, she bad a ''Up of i
chocolate and some wafei'S Tie* * In**
I olate uni not very hot and the ;
J whlpjied iTeam loot ed iiimssj . She re
Helved --lie would go somewhere else
next time Those tea shops deteri
orated so afier they bad established
i a reputation Slie powdered her iios»-
[ before leaving the table.
. It \va» early to go home, so she
] thoiigl t she as w >IJ a p''
| ttire. was disappointed in It how
l ever, and -be went out helitrc vva
jtlllogelbel finished She pov\ di led let
liose aga in In the rest room
She lioiirded a- street ear for home ;
She wished she did not have to walk
two hl" l;s when she got off but there i
was fi" help for It. Site |iovv tiered her
nose and alighted.
The afternoon was over.— Kn'herlfie j
Negley, 111 ,1 udge.
WELL. IT LOOKED SUSPICIOUS
- ■ I
But What Prohibition Officers Thought j
Wa6 a "Still" Wai Really Some
thing Quite Different.
State and federal prohihiti libers j
Ij were si lei 1 1 i corning a recent experi |
etiee, wl lei i tliev swooped dow ii "ii t!ie
slinck nf John Mini of slierbonrne
inoun.'iiin '- raid what tvih supposed j
fn he II giant still
Finn ii Kusshin. wits nowhere to be
■ - yfifri, —frrfl ——f+H-—IH'H»'— i**- —Lu-*—i tt ll? il'IC :
WHS I! I'Mlgll. « Mlih'lll Mt l»Tll' s| rjl • f H!*f\ J
about Sl* fool bfglUj Jlf « III IIK- filled j
with clay. I'm let" it driieliled it log
lire, whUe from Its top Issued smoke j
Ofie Slid lilllltel pried opi'li li e
stnnll Iron door, tjiinst a hand into
tin- »'.-:iin tilled Interior »iml emitted
"A lalghe cried "A huiiiim l,alg'
And It's alive
fr«tn the doorway emerged tir«t the;
foot, iievt the "lalg" "ltd then body
' of .lohn I Inn, el ild old j In lite muddy
| mantle of Innocence
I "What v dnlt/V" was tired at him.
"T,il ii' a t nth," lie Rnswet'od 111
Having qualified as administrator,
C. T. A., upon the etsatc of Samuel
I Whitley, deceased, late of Martin -our.
J ty, notice i c hereby given to a!, pv'r
on? having claim's against sa I vf
I tate to present them to the order
rigned for payment on or bef m th
13th day of September, I!C2, ,-r t'i
, notice will be pleaded in bin
reco/ery. All peifcpi indebted '.• ;.ai .
e.4ate will please make immecisiii ■'
This 13th day' of September, 'f'. i
J. H. D. PF.V.E,
Administrator, C: T. A., p tru o
.NOTICE: I HAVE Id HOGS., I.ITI '
Oct. 13, 1921. 1 black and ' red
ov., and 2 shoale ~ marked r; ip apd
•pi it in each ear and C pic • I it'dc
plea e notifv Henry Jones, P. E 1) 2,
William-ton, N. 0 \ 2t
Taste is a matter of
We state it as our honest belief
that the tobaccos used in Chester
field are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than in any
other cigarette at the price.
LiuK e,t & Myers Tobacco Co.
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos—blended
• y ■ ' - ■ ' '
*H\ It is and soda in
II ——4-tgffs'-l\\ *i\ HorsfordMjHft make it so whole
\\ ;P jM some— hot breads, bis
\\MlV\WA cuits, pSWiight. tasty, nutritious
\\ -\ and euVNSea'. Horsford's is eeo- J
U "IT ho**- ylf Ml baling' success sure.
\\ Yr 3&\ For free Prize List showing the
\\ V i°.\ PREMIUMS GIVEN FTtEE
\\ V | 4 ' for RED LABELS . "1
\\ V IJM Oitmnl Vl'ofU. Pronfcace. R. I.
C 43 Mia a package with a
.ck of your regular flourSMMMi