Newspaper Page Text
Beginning Thursday, Nov. 7th, at 8:30, Rain or Shine,
For 15 Days Only.
On account of the "Flu" we were closed for October, cutting us out of the best month of business here, leav
ing us Thousands of Dollar's worth Men's, Women's and Children's wear. Christmas is near and we are running
aspecial sale for 15 days to close out our merchandise regardless of prices. A few of our prices: ,.?.....
2 in 1 Shoe Polish 07
Boys all-wool $7.50 overcoats, sale $ 2.98
Ladies' 25c hair comb, on sale .03
Children's ribbed Union Suits, sale .49
$25.00 ladies' Plush Coats, sale $1458
$12.50 ladies' all-wool Coats, sale $ 4.98
$17.50 ladies' Silk Dresses, newest style, sale. $ 9.95
One lot childrens Middies, sale .39
$25.00 newest style ladies Long Coats, bottom
trimmed, pockets and cuffs fur trimmed, sale.. $12,95
Children's booties, sale .14
75c ladies' white Shirt Waists, sale .45
25c Sheeting, one yard wide, sale 16
35c heavy Bleaching, sale 22
$12.50 misses' heavy all-wool coats, sale... $ 5.98
25c ladies' heavy black and white Hose, sale .17
25c Children's heavy ribbed Hose, sale 17
One lot heavy infant's Coats, sale.j $ 1.40
39c heavy Dress Ginghams, extra quality, sale 27
Ladies' $1.00 ribbed Shirts and Pants, sale.... .69
Ladies $5.00 blue Serge Skirts, sale $ 3.49
Ladies' all-wool $15.00 Coat Suits, sale $4.98 and $ 7.98
One lot ladies' colored Undershirts, sale ' .69
One lot children's Sweaters, sale . .39
$22.50 men's all-worsted Suits, sale $14.95
Men's Overalls and Jumpers, sale $ 1.45
Men's heavy ribbed and fleece lined Underwear,
sale 79c and .98
One lot ladies' Sweaters, all colors, belted, sale $ 2.98
75c childrens' Hood's, sale 39
$40.00 ladies' all-wool Belour Coats, all shades, ,
newest models . $27.45
$4.50 ladies' Silk Waist,s sale.... ............. .u. $ 2.95?
One lot ladies' House Dresses, sale . . .1. .......... . . .98
Men'sheavy Hose, sale............. ,11
Men!s heavy Corduroy Suits, heavy khaki lined, '
belted coats, sale... $13.95
Men's $17.50 hard finished Serge Suits, Venition A .
lined, sale . $ 9.98
$3.50 ladies' shoe, sale............................ $2.49
$4.50 ladies' shoe, solid leather, sale $3.49
$2.50 children's solid leather shoe, sale $1.49
$3.50 men's solid leather scout shoes $2.49
$7.50 ladies, high boots, sale $4.98
$5.00 mens' dress shoes, sale $2.98
for the entire family. Our entire line of shoes is made of solid leather or we will give you a pair IJREE.'
Thousands of bargains are not mentioned in this advertisement for lack of space. On account of our store
being crowded, and competent help hard to get, as they are all fighting in France, don't wait for Saturday to
come to trade, but come during the week also.
CKINGH AM, N. C.
P.S. We are handling the famous hand-tailored Griffon Brand guaranteed clothes. We have them in all colors and styles. We are running $50 to $65
suits from $2750 to $40. ' '
Weekly Casualties Review,
Killed, Wounded, Prisoner and
Muting as officially announced
during the past week for North
Carolina and Richmond County.
Killed in Action.
Ira L. Satterfield, Bruce
John Lumsdew, Wilson
Lawrence Palmer, Lenoir, Rt. 2, lost at
Hobson Knott, Charlotte, Rt 9
' Sgt. Wm. Martin, North Charlotte
Ernest Hyman, Palmyra Rt. 1
Swann Ray, Revert
henry W. Johnson, Graham
Sgt. Adlai Stevenson, Thomasville
Laura E. Flinchum, Madison Rt 2
Earl Ford, Pilot Mountain
Jas. Worth Pittman, Kannapolis
Edward Scates, Hazelwood
. Robt. Gorrell Tate, Winston
Copp Grover Cook, Concord :
Raymond Fussell, Rose Hill
Alber L. Lineberger, Stanley
Wm. F. Edwards, Scotland Neck
James A. Kller, Rubbinsville .
bamuel Mason, Rotia
C.em Rigga, Kinston
Samael Winstead, Sprihg Hope Rt 1
Wounded in Action.
, Lt. Samuel Woodley, Creswll
'' Cpl. Sam A- Russell, Star
JamesR. Fisher, Rosemary -
Blanco H. Riddle, Sanford .
Clinton Tharnngton, Louisburg, Rt 2
, Charlie Pritchard, Elizabeth City, Rt 3
Lt Homer Phillips, Charlotte -John
R. Cordell, Clayton Rt 1
Jas. C. Gaston, Hendersonville
Cpl. Benj. F. Jennette, Middleton
' Robert Mitchell, Winston
John- H. Tritt, Gastonia 1
: William E. Mclntyre, Rockingham
. Edwm Sheppard, Alvin.
, Lt Augustas Hart, Charlotte
' Jos. Henry Moye, Newbern -Macort
J. Moe, Greenville, Rt 2
Labon Lilly; Williamfltoiv-Rt 4
Bugler Henary Huskey, Ruffin, Rt 1
John Patterson, Wagram j
Lt Lacy L. Shamburger, Biscoe
Lj. Phillip Green, Thomasville
Cicero McCausley, Hubert
Benj. R. Salter, Merritt , .
Lt Harvey McCormick, Charlotte
Edgar Holt, Woodsdale
Ciarence Walsh, Monroe .
Pred Ledford, Busick
CpL Richard Ilinaon, Moortsvffle
Thomas Howell, Gastonia
Doctor P. Causby, Cliffside
Jessie C. Cline, Concord
Luther Hall, Crutchfiield
Benj. Richard Lyon, Northside
Fred Decker, Murphy '
Carl Jackson, Asheboro
Fuller F. Saunders, Trow Rt 1
Lt. Lewis Herndon, Charlotte .
Lt. Wm. T. Landis, Oxford
Cpl Wm. Hornbuckle, Gibsonville
Joseph Hilton, Charlotte
Hubert Banks, Clayton
Thomas Wilson, Rural Hall
Cpl. Dennis Hardy, Everett
Walter M. Bray, Rockingham
John W. Hammonds, Roberdel
Martin Gregory, Bartlet
John Caulder, Laurel Hill
Joseph Hollingsworth, Raeford Rt 1
Capt. Daniel Fowle, Washington
Sgt. Walter Clements, Garysburg, Rt 1
Preston Rhodes, Eagle Rock
Francis Hartgrove, Rural Hall
Sgt. Enoch Stamey, Greensboro
Cpl. Stewart Westmoreland, Thomasville
Marvin Leonard, Denton, Rt 1 ,
Lloyd Holly, Edenton
Died of Disease.
Willie W. Ashe, Halifax
Sears Herring, Seven Spring
Cook Hugh McFarland, Durham Rt 1
ooairey L,romartie, wnitevuie
Claude Rawlings, Durham
Set. Chas. Rossman. EnfielH
Charlie Cauthren, Lomax
Charlie Glenn, Greensboro
Samuel Hardin, Fleetwood
William Outlaw. Welrinn
Chas. M. Ritter, Leamon
Claude Wall, Ararat Rt 1
Died of Wounds.
Samuel G. Hummell, Goldsboro
James B. Vester, Nashville, Rt 2
John Creerh. OolHshnrn
Turner Smith. Gibson, Rt 2, died of acci-
Chester BuIIard, Whiteville Rt 1
President Mahala Ashlanrl
Melvin Rinehart Clyde
William McLaurin, Fayetteville
Thomas Sadler, Fairfield
Frank C. Porter, Grassy Creek
Chsster Williams. Hirlcnrv
Wm. F. Jones, Dunn
SERVED LEMONADE TO
Salvation Army Workers Face Death
That Soldier Heroes May Have Re
lief From Parched Throats.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindness, sympathy
and comfort to us during the sickness
and death of our daughter, Mrs. M. W.
Harriss. To all we feel very grateful.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Culberson.
Look out for Span
At the first sign of
a cold take
VumAtr ramdy tar Ml
Imm mlm. mm . no uc4f t
to aw, uur inw M we
Huge barrels of lemonade served to
the American troops during the bat
tle of Chateau-Thierry furnished only
one instance of the service being
rendered to the soldiers of Uncle Sam
and his allies by the Salvation Army
workers now detailed with the fight
ing units on the western front.
The troopg had been hammering
at the Boche all day and all night
and many of them had been put out
of action during the terrific fighting,
but although suffering from wounds
made by shrapnel, rifle bullets and
hand grenades, most of the Injured
men were conscious and many of
them able to get about with the aid
of improvised crutches. The surgeons
were busy in the dressing stations
and the waiting soldiers wanted noth
ing so much as a good drink of
something cold and refreshing.
Then it was that the Salvation Ar
my workers came along with several'
barrels filled with sure enough lem-'i
onade. Where they got the lemons
or the Bugar nobody knows, but the'
soldiers asked no questions as they
dove for the tin cups that were piled
alongside the barrels on a huge truck.
The surgeons said afterward that!
the lemonade served to keep down,
the temperature of many a lad whose);
wounds could not be dressed until!
the most serious cases had been at
tended to. And what that cupful of;
good old Yankee drink meant to
those boys who had just come out of!
the inferno of Chateau-Thierry, will!
never be told.
It is just that kind of service that.
Is making the Salvation Army organl-;
zation with the military forces of the!
allies one of the most potent factors!
In welfare work. As one of the seven !
great war work organizations par-;
tlcipatlng in the united war work
fund drive in November, the Salva
tion Army will be enabled, through
its share of the $170,600,000 to con
tinue Its operations with the fighting
men. ' 1
"Y" HUTS IN FOREST.
In the pine forests of Alabama, Geor
gia, Tennessee and other states of the
mtheaet,' where men ate . hewing
rood to be used In the war program,
Dm T, M. a A. la locating huts and
tents so that they may be of act-riot
tm theM 1ml wosfcar.' fa ma Mi
0m ,"tN ts.tnftdlaff n the morale of
Stom Wo are atdfat the snfptond-
Notice of Sale of Real Estate. !
I In order to make distribution of pro
, ceeds among the Heirs of the late Thom-
as C. Leak, the undersigned will on Mon
' day the 2nd day of December 1918, dur
! ing recess of the Court, offer for sale at
the court house door in Rockingham N. C.
the following tracts of land situate East
of and near to said town to wit
FIRST: A tract of 34 acres on which
Cicero Thomas formerly lived, on the
! South side of the old road from Rocking
! ham to Ledbetters Factory, adjoining the
lands ot Roberdel Mfg. Co. and others.
SECOND: A tract of about 49 acres,
lying along the old Laurel Hill Road, ad
joining the lands of G, E. Hinson, Mrs.
W. B. Stansill the estate lands of W. C.
Leak and others.
THIRD: A tract of 124 acres, lying
near the public Road from Rockingham
to Hamlet, adjoining lands of C. C. Tay
lor, William Little Steele W. L. Scales and
Courses and distances, together with
plat of each tract will be made known
and exhibited at time of the sale.
TERMS OF SALE: One third (1-3)
cash, balance one and two years with in
terst from date, secured by the property.
Five per cent discount flat will be allowed
on deferred payment, if cash is paid.
Each of the above tracts of land will
be offered openly for sale without by
bidders, the undersigned reserving the
right to reject the highest bid in each
case if not satisfying, notifying such bid
ders on day of sale of acceptance or re
jection. This Nov. 6th 1918.
Leak Realty Co.
T. C. Leak, President
W. L. Parsons, Treasurer
F. W. Leak, Secretary.
Friends That Never Fail
"OTHER'S love for the little one
never fails. The constant, steady
heat of this remarkable heater is a
never failing friend when economy and
even heat day and night are a necessity.
It pays to investigate.
Cole'sOriginal lot Blast
BURNS CHEAPEST COAL CLEAN AND BRIGHT. USES ANY FUEL
Why Not Cut Your Fuel Bill In Half
Thla WlntorT You Can Easily Do It
With Thla Groat Fuel
Saving Hoator. Act
A negro, George Taylor, was
lynched near Rolesville. 18 miles
from Raleigh, Tuesday night for
a criminal assault upon a white
woman. He was strunp: uo bv
the heels and literally filled with
bullets by a meb of 300.
$20 Middy Suit $12.45.
$20 all-woot blue Serge Middy
suits, special at $12.45 at Aren-son's.
II Saves ULaD
.W, SeeThis Heater At QcrSlcrc I
R. R. Gasque
vs. : .. ;. . j .
bThe Huiskamp Bros. Co.
'In the Superior Court, December Term
The defendant above, named will take
notice that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in ' the Superior
Court of Richmond county, to recover
damages on account Breech of Contract;
and the defendant will further take no
tice that it is required to appear at the
erm of the Superior Court of said county
to be held on the 13th Monday after1' the
first Monday in September 1918, it being
the 2nd day of December, at the court
house in Rockingham, N. C, and answer
or demur to the Complaint in said action,
or the plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said complaint.
This November 6th, 1918. ?4 -
' J. A. McAULA
Clerk Superior CpU'r.
' 25c ladies' black " and white
heavy hose, sale 17c Arensoru'