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Ι 'Fabrics" guaranteed for 6,000 mile·
I "Cord·" guaranteed for 9,000 mile·
■ If you want long lerriee and absolute dependability in tire·
I the·· are the kind to buy. We have them in the size· you want and
I can make immediate delivery.
CHANDLER, MITCHELL and AUBURN
Chandler equipped with Bosch hightension magneto.
Price $17 95 f. o. b. factory
Mitchell Remy equipped throughout
Price $1690 f. o. b. factory
Auburn ha· Red Seal Continental Motor
Price $1695 f. o. b. factory
Chandler in Stock and can be demonstrated to you now. All
three are standard cars upon which the buyer can rely to give the ut
most in service and satisfaction.
We have a complete line of Maxwell and Ford pert·, as well as
iee for other can.
Our mechanical department is manned and equipped to give you
the beet in service. James A. Smith, R. I. McLean, Β. B. Baggett and
"John'* are numbered among Our mechanics. They can repair your
Ε. V. GA1NEY
MLVtt DOHA»» WOKTH
MOM THAN PACE VALUE
, Htw T«ik, M«v. 10.—8ihr*r dollar*
Sf· worth ·ιιι M «Urcr Iku they
ar» M BoMJf. Bihrvr In th* local ui
M m «Mtod today at (m I SO to
(U1 1-1 ll«>l aa oancc for 8*b
Γι·· linn éaliary. TlUa I· *-4 of 1
Wat to t 1-t casts a>cw Hm |»ld
parity price, «M ta abnt f 1.(9 1-4
■«■ta «a hum. LtttU bûineci 1*
being (iwiactnj here and th· quota
tion· ara largely nominal.
SAMPSON MAN WILL GET
DECORATION FROM PRINCE
Clinton, Nov. 7—Pvt. Harold 0.
BibUrd, of laapwn rounty. ku
been ordered by Ike war department
to Waahinirten, where ha will be de
caffttad by Ae Prince of Wide* on
bafcialf of Kin* George of England.
Hf has alrrady been decorated by
Centra) P#r*tiing for hornimn while
under fire during tb· world war.
"Say, Jimmi·. what'a d« best way
to ltarn a glri to »wtmT" miked the
"Dat'i a cinch! Folft you put*
your laft irrn under her waiat and
you gently tak«i her left hand—"
"Came off, tha't ma riater!"
"Aw, ptub her oif dr do^k."
YOU AND VOU* MONEY
By JOHN M OSKISON.
Six BMBbvra of Iki Pmlint'i cab
inet. eminent kea4l of the Council of
National Defeaae, Hot· offered ■ cur·
for the hick coot of living. It U ■
Kood old time-tried euro.
"Oar common duly no·», fully m
much «s In th· war, li to work and U>
novo," they a». And they quote tk«
President aa follow·:
"Only by iatreaaiec production and
by rifid economy «ad Mvinf on tlx
port of the p«epl« can wa hope for
large decreooee In the burdensome
cort of ϋτιη* wkkh now weighe u>
"WjrV. lava. co-operate, producer
Tku enda t>« report of th· otran
cU. TV· worda auk· a rood dogan
fur you and mi.
"Gooda and not m on· y are tfc·
maani of Ufa." aar thcae (tu cabinet
member·, Be for· UM price· of thine*
yea and 1 uaa can r· down the sup
ply nuit ba meraaaad. That ia an
•lemeatary truth Tka parckaeing
power of th· dollar ia meeruod bjr the
rata tir· Mpply of dollar» ud things
J not now we km toe aaaay dollar·
•nd toe few |oefc We are bidding
•gainst one ««other fer the limited
iupply of koueee to It*· in, c lathee to
wear, automobiles te érhre, and food
1· vat The fallow who boa the actual
Iking wa want cam knat kia price
«at Π all bat the lie keel of aa drop
*t of the biddlac. and the rick man'·
>M ketsmes the steadard of that
wonder we find ourselves short!
Now oar young men *re batch on
Iho job. Th« cull from Europe is ll
reedy much reduced and will grow
lew and low a* the demobilised »ol
diert of Knnu, England, and Italy
get back to their home farm* and
Personally I know the feeling of
irritatiqa that la being ttpraMO by
une two milliona of Americana who
have tone back to Oed'i country"
from a land of no butter, little augar,
•rant fa*l. and hlib MM only to
And price* (till humeri I know why
they think the prontwr* are too busy,
why they «rant to kick something
Bat 1 alio know what the *i* mea
in the President'* cabinet «ay concern
ing the remedy ia tree, It len't a
magic remedy; II wont bring down
food prier» and rent within twenty
four hoar*. Work ia weariaome, and
•aWag require* self-denial Wheneyoo
are Irritated it I* hard to co-operatr
Can a workleea world bo comfort
ablet The anrwrr from Kuaeia, where
the experiment ha* beep tried for
three year*, la "Ne.H Can the iadi
yldoal profit except by bone«t rtfoartT
Not for long.
Work, «eve, co-operate, prodace.
SAMPSON COUNTY FARMER
IS POUND DEAD IN WACOM
Waraaw, Nov. Τ.—β. J. Pee la, a
farmer, who livee la Sampaoa county,
wa* found dead In hi* wagon Wed nee
day, aeon after ha had «tartad heme
from rttte plaee, m twit be had aetd
a let of Irtawo. As ha peaaed N.
I). Qariry'· «table*. H was aotiead
that hi* ha* fall off, and it waa after
ward* sa noised that be Mask bava
died at this time, the wagon aad
mala· saatloaed Min* far aomc time
till they was* damté by a negro,
who noticed that they had na driver,
gad Nr. Pee le waa fdaad dead la
Uw wafon body. Hi· family »m
notified of Ma daatk, and tMiy wHh
frhmda and Mtakkn mm* far Ik·
bod jr. which had baa· ptapafad far
feartal at · local undertaker'· mM
lUftaaant. TV daeaaaad, «lie «a·»
te fempaon county from Nut .bout
■ rw «f. to wrrivad ky tkf·· eMl
Mtkimm to · pl.
>·· · htMi
Lty a bet on 1
, m "»— _»|i_ ι
roBfag an witt» ^
an CPFCIAI «AI ρ m
DAYS "VlrtLi k/f\LiLi DAYS
Bîgi ninj Friday, November 14th, at 9:00 o'clock
We muit raise $5,000 in the next ten days and we offer our big atock to the people of Dunn and
surrounding country at prices as low aa you have ever seen in any must raise the money
through the aale of the goods in thia atock. .
DONT MISS THIS BARGAIN OPPORTUNITY
All goods will be marked in plain figures. The sale is to be a genunine, bona fide event exactly as
we advertise it. Living up to every agreement and promise is the fixed policy of this store and will be
maintained throughout this sale.
No goods will be marked "up" and then marked "down." Every article will bear the original
price and the reduction will show for itself.
$9,000 Worth of Ladies Fine Tricotine, Serve and Silk Dresses, Coats and Coat Suit·, Georgette Crepe
and Cotton Waists, up to Date Skirts and Millinery
A complete assortment in every department. Now is your opportunity to come and do your buy
ing at headquarters and save from 50 to 65 per cent for every dollar you spend at this sale.
The space at our disposal is too small to permit us to give you a complete price list of our stock.
You can get an idea of what the opportunity is, however, from the few prices quoted here.
$45 FineTricotine Ladies Dreee at. _$31.48
$40 Fine Tricotine Ladies Dreee at.$28.98
$65 up-to-date Coat Suit at $47.69
$50 up-to-date Coat Suit at $41.25
$35 Fine Coat at $23.48
$30.00 Fine Coat at $19.98
$25 Fine Coat at $17.48
$10 Nice Georgette Waist $7.89
$9 Nice Georgette Waist at $6.48
$7 Nice Georgette Waist at $5.25
$5 Ni^e feotwsHp Waist ai_._—_..$3.75
ca ^ A $β-4Α
, Ι|· ■ J -'4-* — -^·ιν
$5 Cw^é. waist at '■ .$3.79
We also have a big lot of Voile and
Cotton Waists—Regular price
from $2.00 to $3.00, Sale price $1.19
Special reductions on ladies Slip Over
and Coat Sweater·—Regular
price $7.50 to $10.00, Sale price
$5.98, $6.98 and. .$7.48
Gingham cloth, per yd. 22c
MEN'S NECK WEAR
$1.50 Tie at 71c
$1.00 Tie at 64c
50c Tie at 27c
10c Handkerchief » 7c
$1.00 Ladies Hose 49c
50c Ladies Hose 34c
25c Ladies Hose 13c
We also have a fine line of men's Sunday and work shirts, underwear for ladies and gentlemen,
.id shoes for everybody. We have on hand some stock left over from the old five and ten cent store
that will be sold at as low a price as possible.
Don't forget the date: Friday, November 14th, 1919, at 9:00 o'clock
McCALL & COMPANY
11 3 East Broad Street. Between Barnes & Holliday's Hardware and Furniture Stores.
Bring this paper with you and get 5 per cent more off on all you buv.
American Gentleman Shoes
Width· B- EE. Sim·» 5-1 >
Mm'· SkoM >4.BO to S10.SO
American Lady Shoa» for woman
Width· A-E Sis·· 2 1-3—A
Ladia· Shoaa $3-80 to 512.50
RED GOOSE SHOES
Geo. EL Prince and Son