J **The Lire Store j "Always Reliable"
The Cumberland County Fair
The Capitol Department Store
OCTOBER 28th to 31st INCLUSIVE
EXTRA SPECIAL PRICES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, ESPECIALLY ARRANGED
FOR FAIR WEEK.
One lot of coat suits worth up to $35.00 ...
fine materials, good lining, make and
styles. Special Fair Week £24.75
One lot of coats worth up to $35.00 with fur
and plush collars in fine velours in all
One lot of dresse· in silk and serges, very
nicely made, fine styles worth up to $27.50,
One lot of silk waists worth up to $4.00, in
georgette, crepe-de-chine, wash satin
One lot of cotton waists $1.50 value. Fair
We have the largest and best selected styles
of Coat Suits Coats and Dresses ever
shown in this section of the state. Prices
ranging from Coat Suits from $39.75 to
$125.00. Coats, $19.75 to $125.00.
Dre—cs $15.00 to $85.00.
We also have a large and well selected line of
waists, skirts, furs, misses and children's
coats, sweaters and a large and stylish
line of millinery.
We offer the following values in our dry
One lot of light and dark outing including
plain colors, good heavy weight. Fair
Week Price .20
One lot of fancy dress ginghams 27 inches
wide, 35c value .25
One lot of fast colors percales in lights and
darks, yard-wide and very pretty designs.
Fair Week Price 29
One lot of Holeproof pure silk hose in all
shades, including black and white, values
up to $ 1.50. Special. $1.00
One lot of 30 inch hemmed diaper cloth, .to
day's price $3.50. For Fair Week, per
One lot of brown sheeting full yard wide.
Fair Week .24
One lot of yard wide bleaching, good quality
suitable for making sheets and underwear.
Fair Week 24
We also invite you to visit our shoe depart
ment, where you can find the latest styles
in ladies, misses and children's shoes at
Ladies shoes, price from. _ $3.00 to $16.50
Misses shoes, priced from $2.00 to $7.50
Children's shoes, priced from $1.50 to $6.00
i / ^.BALANCED SIX
SOLD IN DUNN
SMITH and PRINCE
MOTOR—Six-cylinder Rutcn bar-American
Motor, L-heed type, with removable
h«ad, cast en-bloc. Bore, 8 1-8 inch—·
stroke, Β inch; piston displacement,
230 coble inches; three-point fu*per>
■ion; eraak-caso divided horliortally
with «11 bearing* in upper section;
crankshaft drop forced from as to
46 per cent carbon open hearth eteel,
heat-treated and «round, 1 inches in
diameter, provided wtth three main
bearing*; develops «5 bone-power at
2,400 R. M, average dynamometer
terti; puions cast from cloae grained
Iron or m me grad« a· cylinder», ex
VALVES—Special alloy iteel valve· SU
per cent nickel heads. Muahroom
type lifter· are ueed which are hard
ened and mud.
LUBRICATION—Plunger poop driven di
rect from ceaoahaft draw· en thru Alt
er in ctankcase baee and diatrihutee
it under pressure to each crank-shaft
bearing, and through nnder each con
necting rod. A preuve regulator ia
fumiahed attached to preaaur· gauge
on da ah,
6TKERING GEAR (Qemmer)—Worm and
•cctor ateering gear fitted wtth lft-ineh
corrugated steering wheel. Steering
Kit rigidly anchored to the body,
oriaien made for adjustment in case
of wear aad for lubrication of all
at m ring gear parte. Horn button in
center of wheel above starting and
TRANSMISSION—Selective eliding gear
type (Grant-Lee·), three apeeda for
ward and a reverse, 3 H per cent
nickel fteel. Gear* and (hafts are
chroma nickel steel, heat-treated and
ground. Shaft· mounted on annular
ball and Hyatt high-duty roller bear
CLUTCH—Multiple plate, dry dim type
(Rorff A Deck). Center control lever
and foot control pedal ·'« mounted in
unit with transmission and clutch caa·.
Clutch rr '»ed.
PROPELI.ikw' SHAFT—Fitted with double
Universal joints of the most approved
COOLING—Water cooling with caotrlfugal
pump. Ball bearing lan mounted In
front of motor. Honeycomb type of
radiator scientifically designed, abso
lutely efficient, caps city 4 tt rations.
SPRINGS—Special spring steal stock, heat
treated chromo-rillco manganese stocL
Front fcmt-elllptlc 38 inches long, rear
aeminiUiptic 63 inch*? long.
BRAKES—Two seta of bratôre working
oa steal drums 15 inchea in diameter
by 2 Inches wide. Emergency—In
ternal expanding; servies—orterr.al
AXLES—Front I-b«atn, on· piccc, drop
forging, heat-treated. Rear, three
quarter floating type, spiral bevel
gears. Differential casing mounted on
Hyatt roller hearings with ball thruat
hearings to take up aide thrust.
GASOLINE FF.ETV—Tank suspended at
rear of body. Capacity 16 gallons,
with Stewart Vacuum feed system·.
STARTING AND LIGHTING—Wcatjng
hoo*o latest design, with Bendlx drive.
t'ARRURETOR— Zenith, latest design.
IGNITION—Awatei-K»nt, with Willlard
κι x- vol ι itorage battery.
WHEEL-BASE— 1U2 inches; weight, 28&0
EQL'IPMKNT—Euytni-drivan tirs pump;
Rcyca motometer; one-man top with
quick detachable curtains, Gipay cur
tains in rear; plate el"1 windows;
ilantinir rain-vision wind-shield; In
strument* specially grouped on daah
panel; illuminated by dash lamp, and
Including speedometer, ammeter, elec
tric light and Ignition switchea; ton
neau lamp; complet* set of tools; elec
CARS NOW IN STOCK
ALSO AGENTS FOR
LIBERTY MOTOR CARS
Hugh W. Prince
SALESROOM AT GEO. Ε PRINCE AND SON S STORE
laCwiac bMtim of a nor shortage,
which mcaai incidentally reducrd
portion* of tea cm·, cake, putry
and fewer jan of caaned fruit, can
not be aamred of earty raliaf.
Senator Simmon! heard today from
tke ra«mr equalization board in New
Yerk. In Ha reply the board aayj
Canada hna no npr for export, and
it alio denies that large quantities of
■BC>r hare been exported from thia
country since July 1. Tel«*rr»mj u
other member» of Cmptu make ml»
•tantially similar statement*. Som<
dî then fro farther lid uy that till
buard i* doing It» beet to supply the
demands of w· entir* country but
the production to far is iuch as to
tnak« it a case of substantially war·
Various communities ia North
Carolina have appealed to the Tar
Heel delegation In Cengne to do
something about i-Ofar. The lame
ia lrue of other etate*. Tbo ►upir
famine la not eonflaed to any par
ticular «eetion and complaint ia grrv
In telegraphlnt the eosallxatran
board, Senator Stmmona arked about
exporta and the reported rarplox in
Canada. lie desired mainly to know
if American refiner* were being al
lowed to «port tufir t* foreign
rour.trios not having retail prie* re
strictions bow in force in thli coun
try. The rephr received rtidi:
"Telopin received. During eerly
pert of year riAiun entered into
urne contracte for export of reAned
eager for (hlpmer.t during U(t helf
yeer. Theec contract· having been
entered into in pod faith are being
complied with, but do rujrar haa "been
■old for export by «lue* our
rtxjurH to then) of July 1 U> uusprnd
■Il roc h hnalDca. Thu-e ihipmcnU
once the flmt of Jnly are compar*
threly mill. We wire adviiad that
Canadian situation r* carding «ucar
■applies is aorion· and that embargo
wax placed by that KrtvernBimt on
export* except îale» a· had bean en
tcrad befor* dat» ot embargo."
Thç trouble with moit: ycunc boyx
that «nier bu<tneM i* that they dream
of tb» duties uΓ a »t»ff olhccT before
Ihey nave multi-red too·»· of it pri
Know youroclf and you will bc bet
ter ab!r to understand others.
UNDER U.S. DIRECTION
Receipt· issued by us are as good aβ Government bonds and
are negotiable at all banks. Full protection given against loss by
fire or other damage. Fifty cents per bale per month covers all
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* « Thki telegram explain· iUelf:
·. WASHINGTON, OCT. β.
% O. TOWNSBND, DUNN
WAREHOUSEMAN'S LICENSE C.BNERAI, UTILITY CO AND YOUR LICENSE TO
AND WEIGH UNDER U 8 WAREHOUSE* ACT ISSUED TODAY EF
LIVINOSTON ACTING CHIEF BUREAU
It is with pleasure that we wish to announce to our
many friends that we have secured the services of Mr. C.
J. Jacobs as manager of our auto repair department.
This will assure our many patrons of the best work
manship possible as every job will be handled under his
personal direction and supervision. When in doubt regard
ing our adjustment of your car drop around and let Mr.
Jacob· advise you.
We are «till selling the Repute Produm Process
tire. Place a set on your car and forget tire worries for a
DUNN, - · * - N. C.