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Fourteen Thousand Five Hundred Pairs
Ar fanrilpr ? frowt>ll f/imnanv's Store
During the next two months we expect to dispose of our great stock of Oxfords and Pumps for
Men, Women, Misses and Children. Read prices below and take advantage of this saving.
OXFORDS FOR MEN
12 Pairs, Mens Gun Metal Oxfords, La<% or
Butoii styles at S3 per pair
50-pairs-Meit's Tan .C-alf Oxfords, Lace or
button at $3.00 per pair
200 pairs "Best grade Oxfords,"rubber - bot
tom in Tan or Gnnmetal.. at $4.00 pair
Edwin Clapp Oxfords, 48 pairs Viei Kid-'
lace or congress styles at S8.00 per pair
MISSES and CHILDRENS OXFORDS
'200 pairs" childrens white canvas pumps in
sizes (i's to 12's at $1.00 per pair
150 pairs Vici Kid pumps, straps or pumps
all sizes at $1.00 to $1.50 pair
300 pairs Barefoot sandals, tans, blacks
and patent styles at . .$1.00 to $1.50 pair
300 pairs assorted childrens oxfords and
" pumps, one and two pairs of a style, siz
es 11 1-2 to 2's, . .at $1.00 and $1.50 pair
LADIES OXfORDS AND PUMPS
In Patent, Vici or Tan
48 pairs Ladies white 2 strap pumps, spe
cial at ..." $1.50 pair
100 pairs Ladies Kid and Patent Oxfords
at t * $1.50 pair
200 pairs Vici Pumps and strap sandals
at $2.00 pair
500 pairs Kid Pumps, gun metal or tan
calf, all best styles, at $4.00 pair
Gray Kid Pumps, 60 pairs marked special
at $4.00 to $6.00 per pair
50 New Long Coats for ladies at $15.00 to $22.50. 42 ladies New Suits at $18.50 to $30.00
24 ladies New Silk Dresses at $12.50 to $18.50. 100 new silk and novelty woolen skirts at $5 to $12.50
Candler - Crowcll Company
"Louisburg's Leading Department Store"
== Louisburg, Nojrth Carolina ==
BIG, white, mealy?with
butter melting on it.
Um-m-ml And you like*
it because it is baked. Same
with Lucky Strike Cigarette
Cooking makes things deli
cious?toasting the tobacco
has made the Lucky Strike
The Franklin Times $1.50 Per Tear
First Baptist Church, Colored.
Efr. N. F. Roberts, dean of the school
of Theology at Shaw University, Ral
eigh, conducted services at the First i
Baptist church, Sunday.
At Sunday school, he made a brief
review of the lesson, and at 11 o'clock !
he preached a splendid sermon on ?
"Love/' declaring that no church
could succeed where Inve. rvn? for t.hw I
other, did not exist among Its mem- i
In the meeting of the B. Y. P. TJ. j
in the afternoon, the speaker wa^pre. !
sented by the president. Dr J. B. !
Davis, who characterized him as |
among the most gifted men of his
race. Dr. Roberts used as his sub- !
jectr?-'Strength," _*I_appeal unto ye !
young men because ye are strong,"
was the passage of scripture upon
which he based his remarks. During
the course of his address, the learned
divine urged his hearers to be strong
mentally, morally, physically, but
At the evening services the preach
er made a summary of the accompish
ments of the day, and then launched
upon a beautiful dissertation on
"Christian" Builders." He exhorted i
them to build of their bodies a temple
for God, for if this were done there
could be btillt up a Christian commu
An interesting Easter programme
will be held at the church under the
auspices of the B. Y. P. U. Sunday
from *? to 5 p. m.
South Carolina Cabbage plants for
sale until April 15th.
?-29-2t JNO. W. KINO.
^Byvlrtue of the
rt*"feXRcntqd by Bryant
Green and wife and duly recorded In
book 177, at page 29$ in the Registry
of Franklin county and default hav
ing been made in the note secured
by said deed In trust; at the request
of the holder of said note I shall on
MONDAY THE 6TH DAY OF MAY
1918 at the courthouse door in the
town of Loulsburg, N. C., sell at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder for
cash the real estate described in said
deed of trust. Lot Mo. 1 In the d i vis.
ion of lands of Hawkins Green, be
ginning at a rock Matthew If sal's
corner in Perry's line, then N 56d E
58 poles to a rock corner for lot No.
2; thence N 80d 'W 153 poles 6 links
to a rock and pine pointer Neal cor
ner; thence S 76 l-2d E 108 poles to
beginning, containing 40 acres, sub
Ject to a dower Interest in soli land of
10 acres described 1n said deed In
trust; This March 27, 1918.
W. H. RUFFIN,
CABBAGE PLANTS. *
I Those Cabbage plants are here.
13-29-2t . JNO. W. KINO.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Constable of Loulsburg town
ship subject to the action of the Dem
ocratic primaries in June, and will I
appreciate the support of the voters ,
of said township.
3^-tp J. H. SOUTHALL.
In Honor of Colored Soldiers? I
Ttyre 5/HI be a special jcrvlce at
fhe Colored Presbyterian
Ixjuiaburg on next Sunday mornliS'
at 11 a.- m. in honor of the jmnng ml.
ored men who have been enrolled as
soldiers. Patriotic tfpfeeches and
myslc will be had, and a great occas.
Iqil ls_fixpected as all_the soldie.rs will
In Justice to ourselves to the offi
cers and the people of the county, I
feel It my duty to statg the facts as
to the audit of the county books. To
begin With we felt that'over a major,
ity of the people wanted it done and
that It should be done so we proceed
ed to jret what thought to be
among the best certified public ac
countants in the state and so recom
mended by Gov. Bickett. They made
us a statement of their findings. But
there were several errors (one in
the listing of the R. Road property
in Pranklinton township and in Mr.
Barrow's account which thety admit
ted.) They promised to send us a
corrected statement which we have
not received, and at our last meet*
Ir>? we phoned them to know when
they would meet us and adjust the
deposit In Mr. Griffin's account. They
said they would meet us about the
10th of March, at that date I had a
work they were doing for the Govern
ment but ..would write when they
could come. We wfTl place their re
turns with Mr. C. K. Cooke, our au
ditor, who will be glad to explain to
the public and answer any Inquiry
as to the flnanee of the county in the
future. I will say here that I have
acted conscientiously In every matteir
that has come before us since being
on the Board and hereby announce
myself a candidate for renomlnatkm
subject to An Democratic prlmify M
June. ThariVfngy the pe0pTe for their
support In the past ant promising it
serve the emmty to the best ot my
ability if elected.
3-29-lt JOHN D. ALSTON.
Stajrlnc CIms at Burnt.
We are requested to state that the
Oxford Orphanage Singing Class
will present a most enjoyable pro
gramme at Bunn In the school audi,
torium, on Friday evening, April 6th,
11918. Besides the fpet that our peo
ple enjoy a good entertainment, you
are ur?ed to go out on this occasion
and the little folfcs a full house
All who have not paid their State
and CountyJtases_Jor 1917jiiust
come and settle ; at once, as the
Treasurers for the different funds
troughout our County need this
money and the law says we must
H. A. KEARNEY, Sheariff
CHANGE OF FEES.
On and after April 1st, 1918 the fol
lowing charges will be made for pro
fessional services by the underslgn
?dnhXA&&fcM?Hfl9f UUUIII Ulll'K. W- V
For each necessary day visit In the
corporate limits of ^oulitrtfrg $2.00
per visit and for each night visit from
9 n>. m. to 7 a. m. $4.00 per visit. For
each day visit outside the corporate
limits of Loulsburg,- $2.00 per visit
and 60c for each additional mile. For
each night visit outside the corporate
limits of Loulsburg, $4.00 and $1.00
for each additional mile.
For each obstetric case In the cor
porate limits of Loulsburg $25.00 and
up according to the naturq of the
?. Por each otmtetrlc cut outside
the corporate Dibits of Loolsburg.
126.00 rfndi tltflea?? additional. For
all other professional service render
od charges will be' In accordance with
8. P. BURT. M. D.
R. P. YARBOROUGH, M. D.
H. G. PERRY, M. D.
A 32 caliber Smith and Wesson pis'
tol, left hand wheeler, between Jack
Shaw's shop and Cheathams factory,
Wednesday, March 27th. Liberal re
ward will be paid for its return to me.
3-29-lt ELLIS RAMEY.
Bonn HJffh School Notes.
The Woman's determent Associa
tion raised money to improve our
pro$BI& ^ lo^ nmke*
attractive. The whole village should
take an active part In this work.
Come help them.
Hon. W. H. Yarborough of Louis
burg, addressed our people Sunday
night In the interest of the War Sav
ings Campaign. The entire audience
enjoyed the address.
Our students are waking up to the
War Savings Campaign. Very en.
thusiastic organizations have been
perfected. We are going to do things.
Our aim: Every hoy and girl In our
community are active members of our
The sixth and seventh grades will
render p. program _Qji next Tuesday
night, April 2nd. Miss Parker, teach
er. Miss Thompson the music teach
er, will have some of her pupils as
sist. The public Is invited.
Don't forbet the Oxford Singing
Class. They will make thflf annual
visit Friday night, April 6tn. Come.
Bring the other fellow.
Watch for the program on the 6th
In the next Issue of the TIMES?Red