North Carolina Newspapers

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•Seld ud ru*rmoU«l br Butler Bret.
Heed mnà CraatluM. Wilton ud Lm.
Get out of your bead the
thine you cannot help. Just
theory, just to Jong poverty
People ta moot euce ere ]
dolent—too careless—too
retire what you are ep
without. Not the thin**
that cost peonies. How
week? Muttip
SO. You will
poor all their
a millionaire in
try will make a
—For th<
. feDoncible to _ ,
eally all the pfcvjrty in the worli.
that Poverty ie •ome
ts ae you stick to that
a* to stick to you.
becaoee they ace too In
* itleas. Stt down and
_ and what you can do
it coat dollars—but article*
ay pennies do you waste a
62—multiply that in turn by
in· idea of why people stay
years of waste will turn even
while 50 years of econo
that are wasted are ro
of the misery and pxacti·
Du >n, North Carolina
We pay 4 per cent iatcreat in oar Soring» Deparf
meat or (Certificate» of Deposit.)
road? Why
believe us?
Mail Carrier,
ask Dr. W. E.
miles, other
arc good ones
on his Cadil
beyond the 18,
are good yet. Ye·
because they are
they have
You HI
Butler*· Μι
In front of
Cathey Baggy Co.
J. P. Cathey
Why not uvf U^youraolfT
You can, by trofiirf* with—
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B**pe rated \
Fin· table
Itat op**><Q · teml of Mi tin·
le Practical Plumbers
and Miller,'tl·^ practical plumbers,
located on North Clii^on Avenue,
r from W. J. Jones/
î prepared to do yoi^T work prompt
ly, and at ή reasonable price. We
you satisfactory/ service on any
job. Phone No. i44/Call us when you
«lumber. * /
Pho«4 No. 44 Dunn, Ν. C.
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A Bank Reference
A savings bank book in tha^best kind of bualneaa and
personal reference. It is evl/ence of habita of induatry,
«elf denial and prudence. J
Savings rc^ula^y indicates proper consideration for
future welfare ae affainat Whims or follies of the hoar.
This U a stepping «ν"1® toi the social virtue· which are
held in esteem. y j
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As a proof of busirtpss reliability and social desira
bility a savinpe accourais convincing. .
The Commercial Bank
- For
oat the Old Price,
:er at the Fifth Avenue Shop -
* the New Price * " " ~ ""
Ring oat the Old Styles, Ring in the New Styles
This Price Cnutfig Sale Will Be^fr
On FRlDA^f APRIL ^Ih, 1922, at 9 O'Clock
Do not forget the day
ι ο j all 1 » row v/e have
prices. Ask those' who
•elvc» u to price end
golden opportunity.
goods so we have only
Tell your peig^W* and friends about this so they can get the benefit of low
our new «tore. Our goods are new, our prices are low. No old stock, no old
and they wilutell you better than we can. Our goods will talk for thero
ff crvying Ρ nop·. WtJULMSKM so- don't mie#» thim
belowiwûl convince you. Space will not permit us to mention all our
items which we curry in our store^Xerfc and see our display and go away
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Bungalow apron», dark and!
light color», well made—
95 Cent·
Save your beet dress and
buy it while they are cheap'; .
Voile waiata and bloua·,
white and coltored trimming to
75 Cent* . ·., 3
Good styles. Why not buy.
one at theae picea.
Ladle·' alik hoae, plain a*d
embroidered, black, white ftâd
65 Cents
If yon think thia price ia m
boy yoa a pair for Eaater. \
Ladiea' umbrellas, b
only, fancy handle· with
95 Centa
Take care of your drew
boy on·.
Maderla napkin·, beau
design, all band work and
Mt quality—
$12.95 Per
_ fleah,
h bust·—
not boy
\ Oilldren'a \ Ahite dresses,
limed with imbroidery and
lacea, also trimmed with
95 Cent·
- Buy your chiM a white dreaa
for £aster. -
Philippine ' night gowna,
band-made, beautiful deaign
'They wear good daring the
at le aeon.
Wnity Fair Silk Jeraey Veat
■-r^Wear them aa they are the
bAat thing to wear in the hot
Georgette —Blouses, white
and flesh, trimming to match.
Hind·' Honey Almond
Cream, Vaniahing Cold Cream
45 Cent·
Don't forget your face.
Table oil cloth, white and
fancy, best quality—
25 Cents
How ia your table? Do you
need it?
Bird eye cloth, Red Star, 10
yard· for—
Don't forget your baby.
Baby rubber panta good
quality rubber—
45 Cents
Remember your baby and
buy one.
Fine qualify night gowns
with filet lace*—
If you want to wear some
thing handsome try one.
Mavis, Babcock, Mennen'a
Talcum powder—
25 Cents
A bargain while they last.
Quinol hair tonic for dark,
blond, brown and black hair—
85 Cents
The hair part of beauty.
Rouge lip «tick, eye brow
pcncil, best kind—
25 Cents
Quality good and price reas
Colgate tooth parte, email
3 For 25 Cents
Smile and *how your white
Woodbury Cuticura Caahmere
Bouquet Soap—
5 Cakes For $1.00
For love όί your akJn. buy it.
Colgate Tooth Parte* large aise.
19 Cents
Clean your teeth at a low
price. .
We have beautiful lilk&lerwMr and Jersey Taffeta, mu#lim, puwy willow and glove «ilk. Abo novelty line
Philippine maderia and filfleork. The only «tore in town οf tint kind. Oar business ή improving every day. It
Il IHIJ- who ® V»ited our «bop is pleased with our display and prices.
We always have a speSftline for bridal outfits and sifts. Our coat suit·, dresses and Caps which come in daily,
will apeak for thenadvn^Mii· » qur mam line. Don't fο rget us when you need anything in this line. Also we carry
a btg Hne of «neaeaHne utteear. We have a big line of Easter Hats, all new and snappy styles, and prices are
reasonable. β
Ws thank you for yo^Bpro«*ge since we opened our new store and thanlr you in advance for your future trade.
We are Hare to stay and hflltp our trade. We need your patronage to do this. Dunn has been needing a store
lfte tim for miry yturi, qXeepTour dollar home and m «lie your city grow.
ifttr in mind that the Siting prices for Easter wiD only last for 8 days, so remember the opening day and
FRIDAY APRIL 7th. VaU tmd us at Dr. Highsmith's old office, just before you get to the postoffice, on RaiI-_
raaJAnow. VOUPS BUSINESS, V W.: " -
TtielFiftli Avenue Shop II
119 Railroad AjjpM)|6 f ξΑΜ ^SK Ounn, North Carolina * ||

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