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Mrs. A. D. White left Monday tor '
Bluefield, Wt?t Virginia, where the ^
will vigit her daughter, Mr*. Robert
Mrs. D. R. Britton and daughters j
Lucille and Ruth, and Mr?. J J. Bea- ^
aley visited friends in Harrellsville
k Mr. J. H .Myers motored to Nor- *
folk last week to spend the Fourth
in that city.
The Glorious Fourth was unusu
ally quiet here, so many of our people
going elsewhere. t
Mr. W. B. Burden, of Norfolk,
spent the week end in town.
The young people of the town had
a most enjoyable time at the Beach
on Saturday evening, serving supper
down there. Bathing and other am
usements were enjoyed.
The crowd at the river Sunday (
was indeed large, people coming from
the neighboring towns t othe "sea- (
shore." How will it be when that
commodious Pleasure Beach Hotel
has been completed.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. White motor- ^
ed to Elizabeth City to spend the
week end with Mrs. White's par- ?
Mr. J Lillian Stokes and family at- j
tended the burial of Mrs. J. B. Sto
kes in Windsor on Sunday afternon. ^
The Ladies Missionary Society
' are making plans to attend the Ber
tie County meeting at Mars Hill
Wednesday, the ninth. Mrs. Foy ^
Willingham is expected to be with us. .
POWELLSVILLE NEWS. j
a The Glorious Fourth was a grand 1
and glorious day here. t
Mr. G. E. Steinmetz, of Richmond, >
was called here Monday on the ac- '
count of the death of his little son, a
Earnest Parker, he having been sick t
just a few days. Mrs. Steinmetz ?
on & trisit here with her sister, t
J. M. Harrell. c
Miss Saltie Vaughan is spending !
this week with Miss Mary Overton. I
Mr. C. A. Parker, who has been i
n the U. 8. Amy ta France for
imc, ia at home to aee hie many
Mr. and Mrs. J C Britton spent
Monday in Windaor.
Mr*. J. E. R. Perry returned Sun
lay after spending several days with
ter parents, Mr and Mrs. W- S.
Miss Lucie Tayloe spent Monday
ind Tuesday in Windsor with her
Miss Julia Moore ia at home after
pending the winter in Norfolk at
The last day for typhoid vaccina
ion here was last Thursday. Quite
i large crowd took the vaccination.
Mr. J. Leon Algton spent the Fou
rth in Norfolk, to see the reeults of
he Willard-Dempsey fight.
Miss Pearl Myers, of Suffolk, was
n town a short while Saturday, as
he guest of her sister, Mrs. J. S.
Mr. Silas McKeel returned Friday
'rom Richmond, where he attended
i school in automobiling.
Miss Hattie Tayloe returned Sun
lay from Whitakers, where she has
>een on a visit.
Miss Irene Bass is visiting in Ro
:ky Mount. _j
Mr. J. W- Tayloe was in Woodland
>ID YOU HEAR OR SEE THE
Raleigh, July 10?If there was any
'aulty predictions by those in author
ty as to the counties in which the
'Locust" was to appear this year,
t must have been due to imperfect
'ecords of past outbreaks. In order
o have the record accurate for fu
ure use, every locality where the
nsect appeared this year shoul put
t on official record. County farm
[gents and citizens are asked to write
o Mr. Franklin Sherman, at Raleigh
iny exact observations they have no^~
ed, both as to the exact localities
?r parts of counties affected, and al
io the times when the "locusts" ap
>eared and disappeared. Mr. Sher
nan estimates that they should have
appeared about May 25 and disappear
ed about June 10. Is he correctT
Send your job printing to
the Herald office.
In a business way?the
advertising way. An ad
In this paper offers the
maximum service at the
minimum cost. It
reaches the people of ;
the town and vicinity j
you want to reach
FEW FOLKS HAVE
GRAY HAIR NOW
Druggist Says Ladies are Using
Recipe of S^ge Tea and
Hair that lose* its color and lustre,
or when It fade*, turn* gray, dull and
lifeless, Is caused by a lack of sulphur ;
In the hair. Our grandmother made
up a mixture of 8ag? Tea and 8ulphur
to keep her locks dark and beautiful,
and thousands of women and men who
value that even color, that beauttful
dark shade of hair which Is so at
tractive. use only this old-time recipe.
Nowadays we get this famous mix
ture improved by the addition of other
ingredients by asking at any drug
store for a bottle of "Wyeth'a Sage
and Sulphur Compound," which dark
ens the hair so naturally, so evenly,
that nolfcdy can possibly tell It has
been applied. Tou Just dampen a
eponge or soft brush with tt and draw
this through your hair, taking one
small strand at a time. By morning
the gray hair disappears; but what
delights the ladles with Wyeth'a Sage
and Sulphur Compound Is that, be
sides beautifully darkening the hair 1
after a few applications, it also brings
back the gloss and lustre and gives it j
?n appearance of abundance.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
. jund is a delightful toilet requisite
to Impart color and a youthful ap
pe&rmnce to the hair. It is not in- |
tended for the cure, mitigation or pre
vention of tllsssiB
THE car with two or three
or four different.brands of
tires reflects on the owner's
ability to buy judiciously.
People who try Firestone Gray
Sidewall Tires are no longer in
the ranks of the tire doubters.
They know that at least one
f make of tires has more miles of
wear. They know that the
name Firestone carries assur
ance and that the tires are uni
TIRES ' ' 1
Most Miles per Dollar
Condensed Statement of the I
PEOPLES BANK of Murfreesboro, N. C. |
1 At the close of business on June 30, 1919, to the Corporation Commission j|
| . Bills receivable $243,319.07
Liberty bonds 5,500.00
Furniture and Fixtures 2,600.00
m Real estate 6,000.
Cash and Due from Banks 92,022.64
Capital and Surplus $ 25,000.00
Undivided Profits 8,170.25
Cashiers Checks out**?nding 867.25
Dividends unpaid 30.
Interest reserved to depositors 1,100.00
Certificates deposit 2,800.00
Individual deposits 311,474.11
Figures that speak for themselves and show the steady growth and substantial volume of business of this old and established Bank- ** '
ing Institution, which is ever on the alert to advance the best interests of its patrons. If not already become a customer and con
tinue to grow with us.
I D.C. BARNES, President URIAH VAUGHAN, Vice President
W. A. McGLOHON, Cashier 0. W. HALE, Asst. Cashier