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The Sweetest Spot In Town
Ask your friends how they like our Ice Cream. It
is perfectly frozen an? delicious to the taste _
cc Cream V^gndies
Ask them about our great variety of Candies.
They are strictly fresh, of unexcelled purity, and
the best ever sold in this town. c
Louisburg, N. C. "
We carry in connection Kodac Supplies.
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It is our business to be posted on all^the latest Designs in marble
work and we will gladly show you and explain'the difference.
Our[customers are pleased [with our work. et'uEehcw y<5u.
Henderon Marble and Granite Works
J. L. McElwee, Proprietor,
Henderson, North Carolina.
Nothing but meat
IT IS SOME MEAT
You feel good when you eat it
I want to bay yonr beef, cattle.
pork, lamb, chicken, eggs, but
ter, etc. Highest cash prices
S. i. Edens
fOBD BUILDING NASH STKEET
LOUISBURG, If. C.
Treat Children's .
? Colds Externally
Don't dose dell o* t? little stomach* witlr
harmful internal medicine?. Vick's 4,Vap
O-Rub" Balve, applied externally, itflW
by inhalation m a rapor and by absorption
through the akin? Vick's eaa be naed
freely with perfect safety on the youngest
member of tne family. ?6ot 60otor $1.00.
To the Teachers of Franklin County.
The end of your year's workis draw
ing near. Have you planned for the
success of your school next session?
Have you looked to the future suc
cess of the Individual ?upll? "By
these standards judge thyself."
One great step toward the efficiency
of your own school Is the securing of
your seventh grade graduates to at
tend your county high schools. Doubt
less you are ovrworked, you have pu
pils to teach whose dispositions and
temperaments you cannot successfully
reconcile to any one discipline. The
pupil of high school age has Just gone
through or Is going through life's
taught in the old ways. He needs a
new atmosphere, a different training
which the teacher of grade work (no
reflection on her) cannot give; he
needs attention she cannot give; he
needs longer, recitation periods she
cannot give?he needs a change. That
change is offered in the county, high
Teachers, you will not be tearing
down your school by encouraging your
pupils to go . to our county ?high
schools; you will be giving it a re
newed efficiency. Even more than
this you will be rendering the pupil an
invaluable service. Will you do It?
^ J. C. PEEL.
Ji'atuke Cores, The Doctor Takes the
There Is an old saying that "Nature
cures, the doctor takes the fee," hut
as erveryone knows you can help Na
tuife very much and thereby enable It
to effect a cure In much less time than
Is usually required. This is parttai
larly true of colds. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy relieves the lungs, li
quifies the tough mucus and aids In
its expectoration, allays the cough and
aids Nature in restoring the system to
a healthy condition.
The country should not he surpris
ed at the burning of that Tennessee
Negro when it is known that the event
happened in the jurisdiction of Judge
Lynch. There's much - In a name.
For Iodlgestloa, Constipation or
Just try one SO-cent bottle of LAX-FOS
WITH PEPSIN. A liquid Digestive
Laxative pleasant to take. Made and
recommended to the public by Paris Medi
cine Co., manufacturers of Laxative Bromo
Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic.
One of the eternal mysteries will be,
what did old Father Time do with that
idle hour whett the schedule was
When yon want Insurance take #
with T. W. WATSON. He know*
how. ' 7-81-tf.
IT that German drive on the west
ern front was a defensive?and the
kaiser insists his war is a defensive
one?we should not like to witness a
TTeslrablo Town tots and farms The
A lot and dwelling, corner Noble
and Spring Streets, occupied by Mrs,
Pearce. - ^
A small tenant house and lot oppo
site the last named lot.
A building on Bull Run Alley.
Two houses and lots on Reavls Row
Ifyou have property to sell see the
Will be sold on easy terms. Ap
ply to J. L. PALMER, Agent, or Wm.
H. & THOS. W. RUFF1N, Attdraeys.
The commencement this year will
consist of two nights only. On Wed
nesday night, April 24, the graduat
ing exercise And address.
On Thursday night the High School
Play, "Xtoe DuBt of the JSarth." This
Is a play with a good story, a play
Jhat attracts attentftm at the very
opening and holds you in suspense
till the close. " |
A good many of the pleasures we
once enjoyed has to be left off for
the present. We do not feel that this
is the time for a big picnic dinner.
The dinner for our last commence
men t was valued at not 1 ess than
$S00.00. Besides saving this expense;
the time will be saved too. This Is
the time when every person Is needed
to help crush German Kulture.
Come to our exercises and help us
make the very best possible of the
time we have set apart for the closing
The Oxford Orphan Singing Class
had the largest audence over assem
bled in our auditorium. The door re*,
ceipts was $204.00. Did any town In
I Franklin county beat this? Every
I body enjoyed this program.
I The exercises by the Grammar
Grades and members of Music Class
I was of high order. A large apprecla
'iifg auuiBiiuu wammm m mum am.
, Our War Saving societies are work
ing right on. Of course these amounts
are small, for most of the children are
making their own money with which i
they buy these stamps. Our last mee
ting reports $448.86 up to present, of |
course this will continue to grow till
MANY LIKE THIS IN LOOSBUBG.
Similar Cases Being Published In
The following case is but one of
many occurring daily in Louisburg. It
la an easy matter to verify it. You
cannot ask for better proof.
S. J. Edens, Main St., Louisburg, N.
C., says: "I suffered from lumbago
and kidney trouble and I was laid up
for days at a time, unable to move on
account of the awful knife-like pains
in my back. I also had pains through
my hips and limbs. The kidney se?
Cretions. which were scanty and high
ly colored, passed too frequently dur
ing the night and my rest was brok
en. My head ached and I had dizzy
spells. I tried three times to take out
life?insurance, but was turned down.
I was about to give up in despair
when I was advised to try Doan's Kid
ney Pills. I got a supply and the
first bo* tfave me- relief. I continued
and my back stopped aching and my
kidneys were strengthened. It wasn't
long before I was restored to good
health. Since then I have been ac
cepted by three life insurance com*
60c, at all dealers. Foster-MIIburn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
In order to vote in the primaries in
June you must pay your poll tax be
fore May 1st, Do It now.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce my candidacy
or the nomination In the Democratic
Primaries, for the office of County
Commissioner. In making this an
nouncement, I desire to state that, if
elected, I will stand always for econ
omy in the administration of the af
fairs of the County and will fight and
vote for an audit system that will
make it possible for every taxpayer
in the county to know at all times
the financial condition of his county
and just where every cent o?_his tax
ss is spent. I will appreciate the
support of all DEMOCRATS.
4-19-tp E. N. WILLIAMS.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I~hrrrt>y niirmnmr my pnn^firY fftr
the office of County Commissioner,
subject ,to the Democratic Primary. I
stand, as I always have stood for ef
ficiency and economy in the ad mlnls-_
tration of the affafrs of the county. I
i was opposed to the employment of
"Expert Auditors" from outsiflo the
county, but voted and will continue to
vote for_a_whole-time County Audit
System which will enable every tax
payer to know the condition of the
County and to see where every cent
of the?county funds i3 spent. Thank
ing the people for th?Hf supports in
the pasti?I assure all Democrats that
I will appreciate their support in the
coming primaries and election.
4-19-tp R. L. STOKES.
Flies Make A ?Bee
Line For The House
y They crawl over your food ? they swim in baby's milk?
leaving a trail of disease germs for your family to feast on.
FU?S BRING DISEASE GERMS from the out-house, manure pile,
garbage can, dead animals and other filthy places. These disease germs cause
summer complaint, infantile paralysis, dysentery, typhoid and other fevers.
Make Your Out-House H _1 |"*\ __ *1 1 ___
Sanitary With KeCl DCVll JLye
' Sprinkle S5 filth o/sucb place, with TBS PWB Lye. It Will aggsy B? Iff
and disease germs. - Nothing will be left for flies to feed on or breed in.
Start fly killing ufith Red Devil Lye before the egg* hatch and do
your part toward getting rid of these disease bearing pests.
For Sale at All Grocers. Write for Our Free Booklet.
WM. SCHIELD MFG. CO, 8T. LOUlSr- MO.
Ray nor Items.
We are glad to say that a crowd
from Raynor took Interest enough in
the Orphan Concert to go down to
Bunn last Friday night to heat them
sing and recite. All reported a fine
time. *n '
Miss Olive Cheves spent last Sat
urday and Sunday with some of her
friends of Mapleville.
Miss Lillian Young spent Saturday
with Miss Gladys Poythress.
"Mr. I., W. Card has purchased a
Messrs. Karl Byron, William
Strickland, Bertie Wilder and Misses
Eula Byron and Edna Byron went to
Prospect to preaching Sunday after
Miss Gladys Poythress spent Sunday
with Miss Reta Harris.
The men?of Raynor had a fish fry
down on Cedar Creek Ep.ster. They
caught as many flsh as they could eat
and all reported a read Jolly time.
Miss Bernice Baker spent Sunday
afternoon with Miss Lizzie Timber
Messrs. William Strickland and
Karl Byron spent la3t Saturday night
with Mr. Bertie Wilder.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bartholomew,
of-Louisburg paid Mr. C. H. Jeffreys
a short visit Sunday.
Miss Hazel Wilder spent Saturday I
at Mr. B. P. Wilders.
With best wishes to the Times and |
(The above items were crowded out |
of our issue of last week.?Editor.)
DESERVES A GOLD
MEDAL FOR THIS
Cincinnati authority tells how to dry
up any corn or callus so It
lifts right off.
You corn-pestered men and women
need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes
that nearly killed you before, says
this Cincinnati authority, because afew
drops of freezone applied directly on
a tender, aching corn stops soreness
at once and soon thecorn, loosens so*
it can be lilted out, root and all, witti
oul a bit uf palu.
A quarter'of an ounce of freezone
: costs very little at any drug store,
[but is sufficient-IQ-take-pff every hard
or soft corn p* Callus. ThU-ahould_be
tried, as it is inexpensive and is said
not to inflame or even irritate the
surrounding tissue or skin.
If your wife wears high heels she
will be glad to know of this. ?
Disappointed in pulling off their
fight, in Baltimore. Willard and Ful
ton might try the western front in
France. There might not bo so many
rounds fought, but it's safo to say it
would be mighty interesting while it
A press agent refers to the voice of
the noted singer, Galli-Curcl, as bot~
tied moonshine." We don't know
what Galli's prices are, but in the
"dry" sections of this country that
commodity retails at around four dol
| lars a pint. ~
A SLUGGISH LITER
Crashes into sour bile, making yon
sick and you lose a day's
Calomel salivates! It's mercury.
Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug
gish lifer. When caomel comes Into
contact with sour bile it> crashes Into
4t, causing cramping and nausea.
If you feel bilious, headachy,- con
stipated and all knocked out, just go
to your druggist and. get a bottle of
Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents
which is a harmless vegetable substi
tute for dangerous calomel, lake a
spoonful and if It doesn't start your
liver and straighten you up better and
quicker than nasty calomel and with
out making you sick, you jusl po back
and get your money.
If you take calomel today yen'll be
sick and nauseated tomorrow; besid
es, it may salivate you, while if you
take Dodsons Liver Tone you will
wake up feeling great, full of ambi
tion and ready for work or play. It's
harmless, pleasant and safe to give
to children; they like it.
Young Woman's Missionary Soelety.
The Young Woman's Missionary So
ciety met at the home of Mrs. Edward
L. Best, on Tuesday evening April 9,
The devotional exercises were led b
Mrs. Osmond J. Hale, who read for the
Scripture Lesson the 4tli Psalai. A
portion of the lesson in the n** Study
Circle Book "Missionary Milestones"
was read by Mrs. J. M. Allen and
Miss Minnie Brickell, which proved to
be very interesting to all. Two beau
tiful and very interesting stories from
?The Comrade in White" namely. In
the Trenches and The Messenger were ,
read,by Mrs. J. E. Malone.
a? the ,-nnriimion of the program a
delightful salad course was served.
We were very glad to have with us
as visitors Mrs. J. E. Mai on p and -Mfg.
Those present nfttrc meeftte# were
Mesdcmes J. M. Allen, Osmond J. Hale,
Edward L. Best and Misses S?? T. Al
ston, Aline Webb, Minnie liviekell,
Louis?* Thomas. ". ?
The society adjourned to mmI on
Tuesday April 16th in a buslniee mee
ting at the home of Miss Minnin Brick
ell on Sunset Avenue, promptly at 8:45
o'clock. Each member is uaptd and
requested to be present, owing t? tko
important business pending.
Car Young, well Broke Horses and Mules for Sale. Cash Or
^s==========s== on Time ==============
We wil^riave 50 head of young Mules and Horses to arrive next week. Give us a look before you buy.
G. W. Ford & Son