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ROCKINGHAM, POST-DISPATCH Stephenson-Belk Company's Ladies' Ready -to-Wear B egins This is a real important store eventand we know you will all be pleased with the bargains offered. Ladies' Coat Suits consisting of Serges, Poplins and Velours, all new styles and all reduced. Ladies' $10.00 all wool serge suits, reduced to $6.98. Ladies' $14.00 Poplin and Serge suits, reduced to $9.95. Ladies' $20.00 Serge, Poplin and Velour suits, reduced to $14.95. Ladies' $25.00 to $30.00 suits, reduced to $19.75. Ladies' Coats, that were great values at original price, all marked down for a quick clearance. Ladies' $10.00 coats, reduced to $7.45. $13.00 Ladies' coats, sale price $9.75. $18.00 and $20.00 Ladies' coats, rednced to $14.95. $25.00 Ladies' velour coats, sale price $19.75. Big and Little Misses Coats, all included in this mark down sale. A few Children's coats, sizes 3 to 8, that sold tormerly at $3.00, reduced to $1.98. $4.00 Children's coats in velvets, corduroys, etc., sale price $2.75. $6.00 Children's coats, sale price $4.75. Ladies' gingham dresses : : : 98c About 5 dozen ladies' gingham dresses, long sleeves : : 98c 15 dozen ladies. $1.00 shirt waists sale price : : : 48c Children's gingham dresses, sizes 1 to 14, special : : 48c Children's gingham school dresses that are $1.25 values, special 85 cents each Ladies' 75c bungalow aprons, sale price : : : 5oc Ladies' good heavy outing gowns sale price : : 85c Ladi ;s' knit underskirts, that are 75c values, sale price : : 59c Big Miss Coats at Sale Prices. . About 35 Big Misses Coats that sold at $7.50, reduced in this sale to $4.75. Ladies' Silk and Serge Dresses. About 50 Ladies' silk and serge dresses at less than you can make them. All sizes. Ladies' $10.00 silk and serge dresses, sale price each $7.45. $12.50 Ladies' silk and serge dresses, reduced to 9.75. All $20.00 dresses reduced to $14.95. Shirt Waist Bargains. 15 Dozen ladies $1.00 shirt waists to go at 48c. $2.50 value ladies' silk shirt waist, sale price $1.75. All $3.50 Crepe-de-chine and Georgette waists, sale price $2.75. $6.00 value Ladies' beautiful Georgette shirt waists, put up in X-mas boxes, sale price $4.75. 17 STORES STEPHENSON-BELK COMPANY 17 STORES. iNotice of Administrator's SALE OF Ml km PERSONA PROPERTY Consisting of Several Valuable Improved Farms injjRichmond County, and town lots in Rockingham, Hamlet and Ellerbe. Under and by virtue of the power contained in the will of Jake G. Hinson, deceased, late of Richmond county, N. C, I will offer for sale to the highest bid der for cath at the courthouse door in Rockingham, N. C, on WEDNESDAY, January 2. 1918, at 10:30 o'clock, a. m., the follow ing described real and personal property: Item 1 140 acres of land in Wolf Pit township, known as the E. D. Whitlock place; for a full description see deed recorded in Book 54 at Page 101 Register's office of Richmond county. Item 2 100 acres in Wolf Pit township, known as the J. W. Brigman place; for a more complete description reference is had to Book H H H at Page 244 Register's office. Item 3 97 1-2 acres in Wolf Pit township, known as the Hall place, reference being had to Book III Page 84 Register's office. Item 4 Lots Nos. 1 and 2 of the H. C. Watson property on Watson's Heights. Reference is had to Book 53 at Page 492 Register's office for aplat of the same. Item 5 One lot situate In the Town of Hamlet on Charlotte avenue, being designated as Lot No. 1 as per plat recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds Book 62 at Page 318. Item 6 Lots No. 1, 4 and 7 in the Town of Ellerbe. Lot No. 1 known as the Barber Shop lot, No. 4 a vacant lot, No. 7 known as the Richardson house lot, reference being had to survey and plat registered in Book 76 at Page 346 Register's office of Richmond county. Also, Lot No. 43 in the town of Ellerbe. reference to Book 62 at Page 492 being had. Item 7 75 acres in Mineral Springs township, 3 miles east of Ellerbe, 3-room house on same; for more particular description see deed L. Z. Wall to J. G. Hinson, Book 97 Page 146, Register's office, Richmond Co. Item 8 115 acres in Marks Creek township, lying on both sides of Breakfast Branch; for a more complete description refer ence is had to Book 94 Page 273 office of Register of Deeds of Richmond county. Item 9 One lot with house on Steele street, Rockingham, N. C, lot 75x150 feet; for a more particular description see Book UUU Page 228 Register's office of Richmond county. Item 10 One lot on Covington street in the town of Rockingham, known as Lot No. 3 of the Jas. T. LeGrand property, refer ence bsing had to Book 89 Page 54 in Register's office. Item 11 Two lots, Nos. 23 and 24, with good house on same, situate near Pee Dee No. 2, known as part of the Ledbetter prop erty; reference is hereby had to Book 103 Page 153, for a more particular de scription see Register's office. Item 12 12 shares Bank of Rockingham, par value $50 per share. Item 13 1 share Carolina Country Club, par value $50. Itkm 14 25 shares Richmond County Fair Asso ciation, par value $1.00 per share. Item 15 4 shares Rockingham Hotel, par value $100 per share. Item 16 8 shares Richmond Realty & Ins. Co., par value $100 per share. Item 17 9 mules; 4 2-horse wagons; 1 1-horse wagon; plows, gear, and all the farming implements on the farms of J. G. Hinson; a large quantity of corn, fodder, hay etc; one automobile. Time of Sale : Wednesday, January 2, 10:30 A. M. PLACE OF SALE : Court House, Rockingham, N. C. TERMS: CASH. MINOR T.HlNSON, , , :.:,:-:::l:. i Adminittrator, with the' Will annexed, of Jake CL Hinson, deceased.