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Sour Stomach Canted His
Lady Much Suffering. Black
Meadorsvllle, Ky.?Mrs. Pearl Pat.
rick, of this place, writes: "I was
?*ry constipated. I had sour stomach
and was so uncomfortable. I went to
doctor. H? gavo me some pills.
They weakened me and seemed to
ffripe me and afterwards It seemed
J was more constipated than before.
I heard of Black-Draught and de
cided to try It. I found It just what I
needed. It was an easy laxative, and
not bad to swallow. My digestion soon
Improved. I got welt of the sour stom
ach, my bowels soon seejped normal,
no more griping, and I would take a j
dose now and then, and was In good
shape. '? * 1
i cannot say too much for Black
Draught for It is the finest laxative
cue can use.'*
Thcdford s Black-Draught has for
many years been found of grr.it value
1? the treatment of stomach, liver and
bot/el troubles. Easy to take, gentle
and reliable in Its action, leaving no
bad after-effects, it has won the praise
of thousands of people who have used
J. 0. .NEWELL, M. 1>.
Loulsburg, N. t
Offices next door to White & Malone
Will be at Louisburg regularly.
Day Phone 329 ? Night Phone 292-J
DR. W. B. MORTOr
Office in Hotel Building
liOtiiflburK. North Carolina
S. ATWOOD 51!WELL.
Offices over Ay cock Drug Co.
DB. ABTHUK HIKES FLEMXJG
LouUburg, North Carolina
OOm orer P. 8. & K. K. Allen'? Store.
DB. H. G. PE'.IKY
Physician and Sargeor
Loalsbarg, North Carolina
??*l Next Door to Ay cock Drag Co.
Phone Connection* 287
DB. J. E. KAX05E.
Loalsbarj, North Carolina
?Ace In Aycock Drag Store, Market I
Street. OOce Practice Surgery
DB. D. X. 3JUTHWICK.
'?enJsbnrj, 5. C.
OC'c 3 in the First National Bans
Building on Main and Nash Sts.
W. ?. PEK905.
Loalsbarg, North Carolina
Pr^U-a In all ^ M?1? ^
CONTRACTOR and BTJILDKR j
Trading agenta for all kinds of
MUdlng supplies, artistic Mantles and
*dea. Architectural designs sub
B. B. White E. H. Xalene
WHITE A XAL05E
Loalsbarg. North Carolina
General practice, settlement of en
taten funds Invented. One member ot
in* firm always In the ofllce.
Wm. H. Ruffln, Thoe. W. Ruffln
WM. H. & THOS. W. RUFFI3
I*nlabarg, : North Carolina
General practice, both civil and crlm
ImI, in Franklin and adjoining coun
ts??, Supreme and Federal Courts.
Office* in First National Bank
DR. J. B. DAVIS
Physician and burgeon
LoulnTjnrg, 5. C.
Formerly interne St. Agnes Hospital
Office next door to Durrell Davis
Phone Connections 64.
DB. T. B. HENDERSON,
of Henderson, N.
Will be in LOUISBURG every
FIRST and THIRD Monday
of each month at the offloe
of Dr. Herbert Perry from
10:00 to 1:00 o'clock.
PrMtlee limited to the EYE,
EAR, NOSE and THROAT.
We have purchased the shop former
ly Occupied by Oscar Stegall and will
run same at the same stand Zoflle
Wilkin? will be with ub, and satishvc
tlon and cleanliness shall be our mot
to. Plenty of hot running water u.aA
Wkrm yoa want Insurance take H
T. W. WATSOW. He knows
Qrovt'i Tasteless chill Tool*,
urtw vitality and flterfy by porifytai aad *n
HekteC blood. *Yo? coo ?ooo feel its Strength
?hit. Invigeretin* Effect Price 00c.
The air for the winir of the sparrow.
The bush for the robin and wren.
But always the path that Is narrow
And straight, the children of
men. ?Alice Cary.
GOOD AND TASTY FOODS.
i 'i I in I'v'i nf iliiiVi>yr,ii
j win jilwnys beadnily |
problem in most
Cereal Fruit Pud
dings?rut 11 cupful
of cooked cereal into j
two cupful? of water
and boll until thick;
then ari<l two cupfuls |
of miJk and cook |
aiowiy on-.4 v. ur; n?M one cupful of
chopped ?'. ..-s. fir? or r:ilslns. a tea
spoonful of suh. i*vo teaspoonfuls of
butter find put Into a greased baking
dish; bake forty minutes In a moder
ate oven. Serve hot with fruir Juice
for sauce. It may be pirn i slied with
Baked Codfish Puffs.?Put a pack
ape of shredded codfish, into a bowl,
cover with boiling water and allow it
to stand until cool, then drain and
squeeze dry. Add one quart of hot
mashed potatoes, mix well, then add
one cupful of cream sauce, a tea spoon
ful of onion Juice, two teaspoonfuls of
butter, salt if needed and a few dashes
of paprika. Beat until light. then put
into a baking dish, brush^with fat and
bake twenty-five minutes or until
Ham Loaf.?Put three cupfuls of
cold boiled rice and two cupfuls of i
cold boiled ham through a food chop
per: add one-half cupful of cream
sauce, a half cupful of bread crumbs,
a tabl?spoonful of parsley, a table- 1
spoonful of onion Juice, salt pepper
and paprika to taste; a teaspoonfnl
of table sauce and an egg beaten until
light. Mix all together find press Into !
a brick-shaped baking pan. Bake
thirty minutes in a moderate oven, i
Serve hot with a sauce, or sliced as
Deviled Fish.?Take twt> pounds of I
any steak fish, brush a dish with fat I
lay in the fish and cover with the fol- i
lowing: One cupful of cream sauce, '
one-half cupful of chopped green pep
per. half a beaten egg, two teaspoon- '
fuls of salt, one-half teaspoonful of i
dry mustard, one teaspoonfal of table j
sauce, one te&spooniul of grated onion, |
two teaspoonfuls of butter; brush the
flab with the other half of the beaten
egg, add two cupfuls of lightly daked |
fish to the sauce and pour over the j
fish. Sprinkle with brt>ad crumbs and
place in a hot oven tot half an hour.
Sibsrfb* to tl 3 FRANK UN TIMES1
$1.50 Per Year, lu advan-e.
. Jf you want life insurance see J. A
666 cures Bilious Fever.
t OrQ 0OOJ TOr SUri
I have a Ave passenger Ford body. I
compleie with fenders Tor sale cheap. |
E. A. KEMP.
R. F D. 3. Louisburg. N. C.
Ask J. A TURNER to show you the
dUahi'ltv noHrv 7-26-tf.
If you wnnt life lusuraLce see J. A
THE GUARANTEED TONIC
Stella-Vitae has been In success
peculiar to women for more than I
third of a century.
For nearly ten years it has bee
sold under a plain, positive guarant?
to benefit. Less than one bot
tle out of every one thousand
sold has been refunded for, and even
I claim for a refund has been satisfied.
Thousands of letters liketllis praising
Stella-Vitae and telling of benefit tc
suffering women have been received.
/Trs. E. H. Russell, of Mili Springs
N. C.,gratefully v. rites ns as follows:
'?'I was in a most wretched condi
tion; had palpitation of the hearl
and would swell And bloat in a most
distressing way. When I began
using Stella-Vitae I weighed 108
pounds. Now I weigh 135. I am
more thankful than I can ever tell
you for the great good this won
derful medicine has done me."
Mrs Ru8.seli was at that critical
ptriod, the "change," and her sincere
gratitude for the blessed relief will be
understood and appreciated by every
woman who reads her letter.
Stella-Vitae has proved a boon V
suffering womanhood, to young girls
approaching their first vital period, tc
women approaching the anguish ol
childbirth, to women approaching the
"changeof life." Stella-Vitae strength
ens the female organs and promote!
regularity in the monthly function.
No risk of loss Is taken by any suf
fering woman who tries Stella-Vitae
on our guarantee of the first bottle.
All dealers huD Stella-Vitae and will
return your money If it does not bene
fit you. Dont put off a trial. * ,
* ? FOR SALE BT
SCOGGIN DRUG STORE
See J. L. Palmer.
Be a Joy-Walker,
"Gets-It" for Corns
2 Drops, 2 Seconds?Cora Is Doomed!
\NThen you almost die with your
?hoes on and corns make you almost
walk sideways to Ret away from
the pain, take a vacation for a min
ute or two and apply 2 or 3 drops
"My Corn? P*?l Cl?u Off. With GcUll' "I
of the world's magic and only gen
uine corn-peeler. "Gets-It." Then,
and then only, will you be sure that
your corn will loosen from your too
so that you can peel it right off
gloriously easy with your Angers.
Take no chances of continued rain
and soreness?why use greasy, irri
tating salves, piasters that shift
and press Into the ??quick." razors
and "diggers" that make corns bleed
end also grow faster? Use painless,
easy, always sure "Gets-It." There's
only one like it in the world?that'?
"Gets-It." Millions have tried and
O. K.\d it for years. It never falls.
"Gets-It." the guaranteed, money
back corn-remover, the only sure
way. co!?t* but a trifle at any drug ?tore.
MTd by E. Lawrence A Co.. Chicago. 11L
In l.MuifHir? am! ?ocummeiidod
'* tin* world's h*>i torn remedy by
V )!. Pleasant'-.
<*'. M. he AM.
Physician and Surgeon
Wood. N. C.
Offices at Wood Drug Co.
Having qualified as administrator of j
the estate of J. W. Preddy, deceased. (
late of Franliu Counts*. North Caro
lina. this is to notify all persons hat
ing claims against tlie said estate to
exhibit them to the undersigned at
Raleigh. X. C., on or before the 6th
day of September. 1919. or thit notice
will be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery. AH persons indebted to said es
tate will please mr?e immediate settle
ment. This 6th day of September. 191S.
J. R. TIPPilTT. Administrator.
of J. W. Preddy.
D. R .Tarkson. Attorney. Raleigh. N. C
your head aches
your eyes ache
YOUR EYES TIRE
YOUR EYES BURN
YOUR EYES WATER
YOUR EYES SQUINT
It Is AxCase For
W. B. MORTON
I herewith ann ;e to my
customers and aL hers wish
ing the services t ? first class
livery ?table, that > jaTe moved
my bnslness from the stables
on Na*h Street to accommoda
tion at the rear ol my residence
on Main Street, where I will be
hlad to aerie yon at all times
with the best personal service.
J. C. Tucker
Louiaburg, N. C.
Owing to a threatened epidemic of La
Grippe in certain sections of Franklin Co.,
the County rcard of Health har thoir fct
it necessary ;o olcse ?ho Fair c.lor?2 wit!:
other public gatherings until further no
tice. Owing to this fact the Fa^r will not
be held next week as. scheduled. We l:cpe
however to put the Fair on a little later
or as soon as conditions improve. With
our sincere thanks to the many public spir
ited men and women who have given such
valuable help in our effort to make this the
biggest Fair Franklin county has ever had
and hoping that at some early date we may
have the Fair.
I am, very truly yours,
Franklin County Fair Association
A. H. FLEMING, Secretary
-SPECIAL CLOTHING SALE
Our Fall and Winter Stocks of Men and Boys' Suits
and Overcoats are Complete. Styles are
attractive. Supreme in Make and Fit
New Fall Hats, Velonr,
Beaver, Felt and the famous
Light Weight hat in best
shades, $2 to $6.50
Unusually fine line of
Trunks and Bags?a com
plete line of Trunks, Suit
Cases and Hand Bags.
Arrow Chirts, every de
sirable fabric, some very
handsome plaids, stripes,silk
khaki, wool. etc. The great
est display of shirts we ever
New Furnishings, every
thing for men and boys. Ties
Collars, Underwear,, Sox,
Handkerchiefs, etc. Good
Quality small prices.
When in Louisburg whether you make purchases
or not, it will afford us pleasure to have you view
the magnificent display of Suits, Overcoats and fur
nishings for Men and Boys'. Make our store head
Yours to serve,
The Allen Brothers Company