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All kinds of seed for the farm
OLD STRAW HATSL
Clean by using COLORITE. All colors, 25 cents
Take Gentian Iron Nux
And get well and stay well. A trial will convince
of its merits and you will continue to use it.
The Rycock Drug Gompanij
Louisburg, N. C.
We carry in connection Kodac Supplies.
It is our business to be posted on alUthe latest Designs in marble
?work and we will gladly show you and explain[tlie difference.
Our customers are pleased [with our work. et'usshcw you.
Hendercn Marble and Granite Works
J. L. McEIwee, Proprietor,
Henderson, North Carolina. ?
NOTHING BUT MEAT
IT JS SOME MEAT
W - You feel good when you e#t it
I want to buy your beef, cattle*
pork, lamb, chicken, eggs, but
ter, etc. Highest cash prices
S. J. Edcns
FOKI) BUILDING NASH STREET
LOUISBUBG* rr. c.
How to Treat m |
Bnb Vlok'i "Vsp-O-Bab" Bain ?all
ote??then oovei wiffia warm flannel doth.
ifth'tu,8 ??T!f^8looM "oond the neck
?ooU4?8 medioatod vaport aria.
*ke choking phlegm and
eaae the difficult breathing. One ai)r>Ur*_
Just from my slumber In the hay,
Well out from Warfleld'a busy throng
I m sitting by the main highway
Watching autos come along.
In this wild Virginia clime
I can give my soul a chance
In Imagery that is sublime
To feel Its thrilling and expanse.
With papers books and other things,
My thoughts put far beyond the
I will soar on fancy's wings
And get my soul in perfect time.
I launched out on the sea of space
Headed for the polar star.
Claimed kin with all the poet race
And saw the gates of fame ajar.,
I saw the white way all ag|ow
And started to begin '
A rare poetic line or so
And see if I could enter In.
In clouds I gave my quill a dip
Wrote about a nickel's worth,
My planetary gearing stripped
And I came backwards to the earth
The clouds I tried to use for Ink,
Proved to be a drenching rain;
And before I'd time to think
It wet my clothes and crooked my
Then reason says. If you must write,
Let it be of earthly things
Seen from a less lofty height
Like spark plugs, coils or piston
THe planetary things you know
Are only years that bear that name
.Used to make an auto go
And not to give a blacksmith fame
Get you a pint of poet-rye.
Then hike it back and take the hay:
Give your clothes a chance to dry, i
Then in your village smithy stay.
So to whom it may concern.
If "you" should decide to write
Unless you have some speed to burn
Be sure a shelter is In sight.
' VILLAGE BLACKSMITH.
Opr. Wakefield, Va.
,IN FIVE MINUTES! NO
INDIGESTION, CIS OB
SOUR, ACID STOMACH
The moment "I'app's Dlapopsln" I
reaches the stomach all distress
Really does put upset stomachs
In order?"really does" overcome In
digestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn
and sourness due to acid fermenta
tion in Ave rolnu ten?that?just that
^makes Papa's Diapepsln the largest
-selling stomach ant,-eld and reguia
*or-in the world. If what you eat
ferments and turns sour,, you belch
gaa?and eructate undleeted food or
water; head is dizzy ana aches; breath
foul; tongue coated; your InsideB fil
led with; IndiKt'attble?waste, remem
ber the moment Rape's Diapepsln"
comes in contact with the stomach
a??such distress vanishes. It's truly
astonishing?almost- marvelous, and
the Joy Is it* harmlessness.
A~largr50 cottt case of Papc's Dia
pepsln is worth its weight in gold to
men and women who can't get their
stomachs regulated. It belongs in
your home?should always be kept
handy in case of sick, Bour, upset
stomach during the day or at night,
-ifir ttw??fuirkest. surest antacid for
the stomach in the world.
I-?Germany's plea that she is lighting
TOr-her existenoc. although hrtioeriU
cally made, is coming to be tUe sober
Coot, Eczema, Hives, etc. Right In
your own home and at trifling cott,
you can enjoy the benefit of healing
nature'? own Wood purifying and tldn healing
remedy?SULPHUR?prepared In i way to
nuke ft* ate most eflkadou*. U*e K In the
bath; nu H as a lotion applying to affected
part*; and take It Internally.
50c and $1 tht bottle
I he cmn't aupDly ]
Mdaom. ud. "
Mmtttti tkbhur Ctmfmnd C*nt
Having qualified as Administrator
of the estate of T. C. Wester, deceas.
ech late of Franklin county, all per
sons holding claims against said es
.tate are hereby notified to present
the same to the undersigned on or
before the 29th day of March 1918, or
this notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery. AU persons Indebted to
said estate will please come forward
and make Immediate settlement. This
March 28th 1918.
J. L. WESTER, Admr.
3 29 6t.
Having qualified as Executors of
the estate of H. S. Gupton, deceased,
late of Franklin county, notice is here
by given all persons holding claims
?against said estate to present thecn to
the undersigned on or before M&rch,
29th, 1919, or this notice will be plead
in bar of their recovery. All persons
Indebted to paid estate will please
come forward and make immediate
settlement This March 28th, 1?18.
> w; H. GUPTON,
L. L. GUPTON,
DESPONDENCY DUE TO CONSTIPA
Women often become nervous and
despondent When this is due 10 con
stipation it is easily corrected by tak
ing an occasional dose of Chamber
lain's Tablets. These tablets are easy
to^take and pleasant in effect>
I Am Still In The
doing the best I can under these war
conditions. I think I can make you
as good prices as anybody.
GOME AKD SEE
J. W. PERRY
Expert Piano Tuner Here
Mr. A* L. Henderson, an expert
piano tuner, is with us this
week. If you need his services
W. E. White Furniture Company ,
Louisburg, N. C.
Don't 'Make Whiskey "With Foodstuffs.
The following communication just
received from United States Food Ad
ministrator. HfiAfy Page, will prove
interesting to some of the people of
"To use food products, sugar, corn
meal, molasses,etc., in the manufac
ture of blockade whiskey, rum, etc..
?U clearly ? wiifni of food and
as such is punishable under the Lever
It ts also unlawul for merchants or
millers to sell these products to such
persons nr in such quantities as make
It appear reasonably certain that they
aro to be used in t he-manufacture of
The Federal Food Administration of
North Carolina gives notice that it
will take prompt and drastic action j
where evidence can be secured that;
any merchant or miller has offended.' j
The merchant or miller found guilty
aiding or coupuruting, block.
_ad$r&_by gelling - nujjar, corn
meal, molasses, etc., is liable to a fino
of $5.000 and two years in prison.
hlnrkader also, found guilty. oL
wilully wasting food products by
making them into intoxicating liquor
s ITa^je to a floe of $5,000 and two
years in prison in addition to the Teg- ''
ular fine and prison sentence imposed
upon persons violating~theTJrohibition
It is expected that the State- Food
Administration will send a corps of
Se6ret Service men into the county in.
the very near future to round up the
blockaders and those merchants and
rattlers who have be?u aiding thera-by
supplying them wth the sugar, corn
meal, molasses, etc., with which to
make whiskey, and thus put an end
to the waste of food products that
have gone into the manufacture of
THK EXJU340 NIA SEASON
'The cold, Ttamp weather of March
seems to be the most favorable for
the pneumonia germ. Now is the time
to be careful. Pneumonia often re
sults from a cold. Thu quicker a cohj?
iff goueri" rid of the less the danger.
As soon as the first indication of a
cold appears take Chamberlain's
this preparation, ask anyone who has
Car Young, well Broke Horses and Mules for Sale. Cash or
on Time ?
We will liave 50 head of young Mules and Horses to arrive next week. Give us a look before you buy.