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THE RUFFIN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN CO.
T. W. II'JFFIN, General Manager
Officts: first Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
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Oil* sulus dL'iui Unvi:?*? :es H. I'. T-i>1i?r n^t?,?, r?, ...nl
band. Why pay th- ' :amissionx when a Franklin County Co.,
can give the bost ? !' ,*.-v":ve* cheapest? InvesiU'tij.ouf contract
before you .sell. *
Farms for haJ?- every township in Franklin County. We can
help you ow a homo:?* ?? ore helping others every week.
$25/00 00 TO LOAN
ON Ril A'. ESTATE SECURITY
CAR READY AT A7.L Ti^iSS TO SHOW YOU
THIS IS TO LET TOC KNOW I AM STILL HANGING ON WITH
A PLENTY FEED AND PROVISIONS EXCEPT SCGAB. COME
TO SEE ME WHEN IN TOWN WHETHER TOD BUT OB NOT, AL
WAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.
I HATE A FEW MOHE SHOES I WILL SELL AT COST.
J. W. Pfi-RRY
!<;tpsey says war will emi on I
Ho AKo Predicts Kaiser Will Commit
Suicide on November 2.>tlw
1 Wilson. N. L\. Oct. ".?Peace will
dec!areu on December #> following tl..
tuit ide of the Kaiser >n November J5.
according to a gypsy fortune teller who '
was traveling on . ;. ::n between horji
: and Uocky Mount ."uy. ?"his a.? ?*?.?? ?
mat lun was imparted to two Wil oni n<
? viK* A'f.r?' ?n train. v%x|?j of ilie.
j men had given the syp.iy a quarter and ?
Kive h ni to I'll him ?vilen ;1ie
?*.\iy friend.'1 \\a.< the respoiibe," it'.j
j'.n!)?>-.?iblc for yon to curry out yoiir '
clTer as you have only 411 cents on >our
ftr*cn and a > ir 4: tiu' can help vjj
bit^u little- he Imh only f2 <".? an.I
wlen the t rein arrives in WHjoii. ' jar
home town, will bo the last tinn. we j
will meet in this world." The crowd j
insisted that the Wl.-soRlnn-j take an In
iventory ci* the cash In hand, which
?'. ay did a:ul tound thnt the pyp y .a \ j
u.mlo no mistake In telling, to a ?jcimv. .
what eaj': one was-possessed of. "Now (
ger.tlenu n." continued the fortune tc'.l- !
? r. "1*11 impart to you the desired in
i*prn.: tioR. v*z: O;? Xnvemhcr 25. of1
!h*s v? a.\ the Kai-er '.till commit sui- i
t L! u!\,i on Dvcenlwr ?" peace will l> ? ?
No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have or un
healthy color, which Indicates poor blood, and .> * ?
rule. there is more or les? atomach disturbo:.??-.
GROVE S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regular!,
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood, im
prove the digestion, and act as a GeneralStrcn^r.
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will th. ti
t h row off or dispel the worms, and the Child wl'.l V ,
bert'ect health. Pleabant to take. GOc per bottle. 1
j If you suffer with lame muscles'cr
i stiffened joints look out for impuri
I ties in the blood, because each at
tack gets more acute and stubborn.
To arrest rheumatism you must
improve your general health and
purify your blood; the cod liver oil
in Scott's Emulsion is Nature's
great blood-maker while it also
strengthens the organs to expel the
impurities. Scott's is helping thous
and* who could not find other relief.
Soott A Bowtm. Bloom Bald. H. J.
666 cures Headaches, Bilious
ness, Loss of Appetite> or tkat
tired aching feeling, due to Ma
laria or Colds. Fine Tonic.
When you want luxurum-?* IrKi* It
with T. W. WATSON. ko**?
If you want life insurance see J. A.
Cows for Solo or Exchange.
I have a number of cows, fresh to
pail, will sell or exchange for firy cat
J. B. SMITH,
8-16-tf R. F. D. 2, Lou^jburg, K. C.
Coffins and Caskets
We take this method to announce to t lit* good people of AY ood ?
Wood i-nd vicinity that we have fully equipped an up-to-date
undertaking establishment in connection with our business for
your convenience when misfortune enters your home and takes
away a loved one. .In cur stock will be found Coffins and Qas
kets of all grades from the cheapest to the best, and all other
undertaking supp'hs, including burial robes, jrlnves and shoos.
Wjt' also have a nio'-t up-to-date rubber tired hoarse at your dis
Your interests-will be well guarded if you call of phone us
for what von want.,: ,
"Satisfaction Is Our Motto" *
W. D. Fuller & Co.
Wood, North Carolina
G. J). TAYLOR
BEN K. SAUNDERS
J. P. DRAKE
The Place for High Prices
This is what those who sell their tobacco with G. D. Taylor Co., say of the Riverside Warehouse
in Louisburg. We have had the experience and we are giving our former friends the benefit of it.
We are g6ing to lead in this section and if you want to be in the front to win come with us.
r, ti. noono,
J T. Fisher. 120 lb h $50.40; 70 lbs
$28.00; 90 lbs $40.50; <4 lbs $21.56 J
F. May, 126 lbs $40.4V 92 lbs $46.00.
F. G. Boon o. 176 11,s 575.68; 40 lbs
$19 20. Toni Stri: ??. Jr.. 10"? lbs $45.15;
12? lbs $51.66. Bill Jones. 200 lbs *46.00
212'lbs $84.80. Arch House. 60 lbs
$26.4D; 30 lbs $15.00; 80 lbs $34 4?; 56
lbs $25.20. J. D. Quails. lf.C lbs $76.36;
U0 lbs $56.40; 266 lbs $106.40. Julius
l'iltman. 140 lbs $67.20; 106 lbs $63.00
108 lbs $51.84; 84 lbs $42.00; 150 lbs
$73.50. E. B. Moore, 92 lbs $45.0?; ?0
lbs $42.30; 78 lbs $31.20. W. H. Collins,
98 lbs $40.18; 94 lbs $45.12; 118 lbs
$54.28. J. H, Prultt, 64 lbs $31.36; 136
lbs $48.48; 62 lbs $23.56.
We will be glad to welcome you whenever you feel like coming Louisburg
G. B. TAYLOR T0BAC? CO
G. D Taylor, B. H. Saunders, J. P. Drake.