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Like v Father, L/ike Son
They bo^lr like tlip ?4rfection Oil
Heater. It makes t Rem-forget inajifiy
how cold it\is outsiduc In five minutes
the Perfection make/ the chilliest room
comfortable. \t's easily carried upstairs
or down, wheVev/r extra warmth is
needed. Econoinical to buy and to use;
durable and trouole-proof.
Now used in over 3.000,000 homes.
Aladdin Sepurity Oi| as fuel gives best
results ei^nt hours bf comfort per
gallon. / \
STANDARD OIL COMPANY ?
(New Jersey) .
V BALTIMORE \ i
lUduaoad, V?. ? . A Ciiulraton. ?. C.
For Daddy and the Boys
N. If you are in doubt as tc/what will be most suitable
\for father, son, brother or sweetheart come in and l<-t
uSyShow you the many pretty things that men and boj s
want Neck Wear, Silk Mufflers, Kid Gloves, Bath
RobeVsSii^oking Jackets, Walking Canes,Silk Shirts,
Collar Bags, Military Brushes, etc.
Our line oSsClotlilng, Hats. Shoes and Furnish!:
gcods is complete afad our prices are low.
We are offeringmtas and boys work shoes at special
prices from now/untiltjhristmas.
McBRAYER CLOTHING CO.
"Everything For Daddy and the Boys"
Nash Street Louisburg, N. C.
Cleaning and Pressing Done in Rear of Onr Store
Certain bibulous gentlemen of this
town are reported to be greatly exer
cised over the report that this country
I? to send a large number of "tanks"
It is estimated that your Uncle
Bamnel's total resources are 2BO bil
lions ot dollars, and his debts three
nnd ono-half billions. As another
pointedly remark, "we haTen't begun to
flghit yet" '
The country will wait with Interest
to see It the "dryness" of the Nation's
Capital will have any effect on the
quality of the oratory In Concrete.
Mary had allttle lamb, -
It grew into a sheep,
And how, to Mary's great delight.
It's worth ten times Its keep.
Tor thepaat year we have been
learning how to save. Mow let's sare
_ strengthen in* tonic,
chill TONIC, drier# out
r adults and children. 60c
luvnico takt H
10H. H? tHn
'? . ' . \ ?
The garbage can 1b probably the on
ly article of commerce onwhlct the
lncrmaed "demand" ha* not boosted
. Jo.u ph IVi'on and Miss Maggie
:>nukland \\ ere * united iu marriage
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock trt the
Baptist Pastorlum in this city. Rev.
\V M. (3ilmo"v. t*f brides pastor, per
i : .in'; tT:e voivii.ony.
i?ir. Dculon is a prosperous farmer
living in thu ncigliborhod of New
Hope, and Is a young man of fine char
actor.; Mrs. Denton is the daughter of
Mr. and -Mrs. A. It. Strickland, of the
Rock Springs church, aud is a young
lady of splendid attainments. The
ceremony was witnessed by a number
kni Sour Stomach Caused This
Lady Much Snfferiif. Black
Meadorsville, Ky.?Mrs. Pearl Pat
rick, of this place, writes: "I was
very constipated. I had atmr stomach
and was so undomfortabre. i went to
the doctor. Be Ware me some pills.
They weakened une apd seemed to
tear up my dlgdatitfL They would
(ripe me and aftenfeards It seemed
I was more constituted than before. I
I heard of Bla/^Draught and de
elded to try It Iiotrcd It just what I
needed. It was in easy laxative, and
; not bad to swaUow. Mjr digestion soon
Improved. I goI well oAthe sour stom
ach, my bowels soon sdemed normal,
no more gjiplng, and I Would take a
dose now and then, and Was In good
I cannot say too much
Draught for It Is the
one can use." i
Thedford's Black-Di^ugtat has for
many years been found of jreat value
In the treatment of stomach, liver and
bowel troubles. Easy to take, gentle
and reliable in Its action, leaving no
bad after-effects, it has won the praise
ef thousands of people who have used
ft. - NC-186
Desirable Tgwn Lot/ and'Farms The |
That lot add several iwellings near |
the College, \:alle$ the "Creekmore"
A lot and 4we|llng, corner Noble |
and Spring Stryefs, occupied by Mrs.
A Bmall tenadt house and lot oppo- |
site the last nstated lot.
A building op Bull Run Alley.
Two houses/andUots on Reavls Row
Ifyou have /ropery to sell see the |
Will he rfold on Way terms. Ap
ply to J. L,i PALMER, Agent, or Wm. i
H. &. Ki OS. W. RUFF1N, Attorneys H
AS OLD MAS'S STOMACH
As we grow older and less active,
lesB and lesB food Is required to meet
the demands of our bodies. If too
much Is habitually takenithe stomach
will rebel. Wfifen a mat reaches the
advanced age of s\or 99, you will find
that he 16 a light eater Be as careful
as you will, howoverJv>u will occas
ionally eat more thaA ybu should and
will feel the neod/of Cftunberlain's
Tablets to correct/he disorder. These
tablets do not contain pepstty but
strengthen the /tomach and enable it
to perform it* functions naturally.
They also cause a gentle movement of
Whenever You Need a General Tonic |
The Old Standard Gfove'a Tasteless
Chill Tonic ia aqnttfy valuable as a
General Tonl<^MOu?e it contains the
well known ttmirflroperties of QUININB
and IRON/ If acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
BuUd? np th? Wh^le System. 60 cents.
We kav? jolt received a new
?toek \f H kmeta in L\) atytea
and prices ard can/ fit year
bora? uA at a reman able low
price. \ 1
Oar aho* fe??ir department
1? a) way? ?t jot* command.
Give us a cal. We alio do all
kiodi of TaKanizW and bar
n*u rep?irfntr. \
LOT URO WEPAIR
J. J^hman, Prop'r.
LomUburg, ' Nort* Cftroltau
, Grave Markers
it is our busji' A U>y . .-d on all th<; latest Designs in marble
work and wo.wilV'Woo sdiow you and explain the difference.
Our customers an/nileascd with our work. Let usshow you.
Henderscn Marble and Granite Works
J. L. McElwee, Proprietor,
Henderson, North Carolina. .
CITIZENS BANK OF HENDERSON
HENDERSON, N. C
September, 11, 1917 ?_
Loans and discounts $833,749.00
Liberty Bond Account 61,721.81
Stocks and bonds 51,305.00
1 Banking House
Cash on hand and
In other banks 309.07^45
Capital stock paid In 100,000.00
Surplus and profits 136,568.43
Dividends unpaid ??- (.00
Notes re-dlscounted 36,000.00
Cashier's checks out
standing J ,271.90
Certified checks' 163.90
Deposits <* 1,008,933.22
A Safe Place to Bank
FOR TWENTYiEKjHT; years this bank has,
BEEN JtJNDER THE SAME SAFE
And with a capital and surplus of $236,000.00, re
sources of $1,272,000.00, offers supfeme safety for
its old as well as new freiods.
Henderson, N. C.,
J. B. OWEN, Pres. W. A. HUNT, Cashier.
Haven/t time to write new
/ \ v week. /
Come to see us.
J- S- Howell
Loutaburg, - - North Carolina,