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OUR splendid assortment, of Winter models is still complete. The range of style and patterns,
however, is being reduced considerably, day by day. Therefore, prompt action is advisable if
you want to make a selection from our showing of the famous
Ma-.'.e by strouse & Brothers. Inc., I'.alilmo: e. lid.
The desirable features of their style and tailoring. They are tailored as expertly as custom cloth
ing of much higer price, and they will give ycu as much satisfaction in service
Wa can't begin to tell ycu of the many becoming models, weaves and color combinations we have
show y?t:. To sen them is to wait one. So we say again?by all means see them NOW.
Prices $15 to
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At " :T.O"Marilyn f^vLed she closed
? " ? ? Tf v ? ? .. .r ' "
\r- rks . Kncr i'.f:*.*r th?
F ne ! ?: : . :? : :y ? r x\ ? e***
^Wug'.. i-;., *^r *I;o v.:.:- u?t i to doins
that. Wlien cne !...s L.ade ur>~her
m?ml to l^ok ft!'.< r h :v. ? -tl:er
i.* cf.ll. ??* s'.ij is gli'. ? Z the
?i;anc- ? c.rr .? extra. Hut s=r!l!
t r.u; f ?; ? . v r r.k
g<?or> te waijt t!u >L?? h .irled '>!?
1h?* . * I- I.. 1 v'vr-ii !.lT ?t at*?
v5M?... ?* ?er*o!f: 1???*?re *h<- li.il al
ways iftofTcd ut i'??- oibcr tri. Is" p.'eov.
cupotion with clolacs, but_ now she
thoufl.t twice Ox the waist had it not
been for the manager's new secretary,
whose genial vigor and clever, hand
some face had interested Marilyn as
she never dreamed a young i?an could
Interest her. Yet he had said little to
the shy, pretty little girl who did not
know how to ''carry on" with him as
did the other girls. Only she fancied
he spoke with an added respect when
ever he addressed her.
No -wonder-Maiilyn smiled when a
laughing voice presently intfrrupted
her thoughts. "Miss Day, I'm going to
see you home, If I may have the pleas
"Of course you may. 1*11 be ready In
just a moment."
For a moment Marilyn forgot her re
cent perplexity. Mr. Everest was go
ing to see her home! What would the
other girls say when they heapd? And
she tucked the stra? curls under her
plain Ifttle black hat. It would be ex
travagant, but she wanted to look pret
ty more than ever.
She was too excited to see the ad
miration in Bob Everest's eyea when
he came over to her desk, and all be
said as they reached the door was "I
guess the moon ft waiting for us."
"It In a beautiful night," she mur
mured as they gazed up at the moon
shimmering on the cold walls of the
^'It will be so much nicer when we
get out of this bare business section,**
-she enld presently.
"I hate It here?one can hardly
breathe, not hut what I like the work,"
lie added. But she did not hear him.
What would he say when he saw where
nhe lived? All the glow faded from
"I really enn't let yon come any far
ther," she be^un lately; "it's only a
little way," and then she stopped, for
they were Just crossing Into one of
.those beautiful old streets with stately
rtone-fronts that aeem full of that mel
f^v-grace of old Boston. She sav
i,.;.v >ii .?'in '.c" words, but to
i\r::.- r.. !???:.i troubled and
uivor..:*'. ? '.e.
"Tu ?rp'.n Just to b?loL? here," be
ans'.wrc, nlstful'y. For a jnocnent
M r i'.yu ? u?ht rvr.i.in? up to on9
of t !^se era tic doors ;;nd bUKIu?
hl'i*. ? ??<' . : h\ but si.** blushed hotly
m .i .? t of -bani.
S*'." v r. embarrass? .1 ;tr*d .-.c' ra
ed :Lu* uid not see hI? relief v '..en
:hoy t- Il:<? r. huiuMt-r pc.-.t of the
gir.n <vt>r t> r.s r.r ! br.rV.r.s
houses. Willi ?}.. ^"vlf; tra*.??'.*o
characteristic o? the ?rv .? ti:;, y
vrt re-e? .:i.r.}.* ir.to a dis:;;.;!, er v. '. I,
run-down sect!- n. A "proa: iur;.p r >6
in Marl'yn*s threat as :4.e b# kt J ;ur*
t.'vol ?' i-.T tl.e h .:;'?-- ti.e fa^e b? side her.
Fvr the ru ^m'er.t she could see the place
v\r-iv with sach toil she had marie
tholr homo of which she was so proud,
through hi? eyes, used to big, hand
When t Ley turned Into the dark, nar
~fOw street, at tne en 1 or wncn stood
the tiny, wektluT-bea?. .n little box of a
house, , she could stand the agony no
longer. She h.;d made him think her a
cultured, fastidious lady?what would
he think now?
"You've come far enough,'* hrr voice
shook, but she far?? Lira bravely. "Be
sides, I doa't think you'd ever want
to?" She could not finish, but by the
sudden Jump of the arm In hers she
know he at last understood. The nlpht
air grew hot and stifling while she
"Do you really care?* His voice was
shaking with Joy. For a moment he
stared in her bewildered face.
"Marilyn, I thought you lived up
there, far out of the reach of a poor
chap like me. So I didn't tell you I'm
really on my own way home Just a lit
tle farther on." The warmth in his
voice sent the blood hot through Ma
rilyn's cold veins. But all she could
say ?oun?led for the moment stupidly
"In two years my brother will be
"In two years my college debts will
all be paid."? He-paused. "Will you
"Take a house on B? street IT she
When half an hour later Merilyn
hnndod her pay envelope unbroken to
her mother the latter looked at her In
"But how about the wnlst, dearT*
For a moment Marilyn paused?she
had forgotten all about It.
"I don't believe I need If, mother,
dear. I Just thought I did.**
Neighbor? the Sign. ?
iTorjr?Is your daughter Improving
In her piano practice?
Zinc?I think ao. Some of tlw neigh
bors nod to me again. .
. ..If'von want 11(6 Insurance Bee J. A.
TURNER. , 7-26-tf.
A four room house on Newport road
close to the old Hence Hazelwdod
hou e. for rent Apply to
10-:<s-4t Lnuisbur*. X. C.
%Mjtn yoa ?%a?ir iD*ur;:n?e it
w<*!j T W H* \n*w* j
hov * r. OJ. i
r**.r?iuar.t to a lutivment oi t! n. Su
perior <*oisrt of Franklin County. :n a.
S per; a' proceedings therein penrllncr.
in which H. H. Wh'.'e. G W. -WhI* ?.
'and btlTers are tie p^ttttnrrr?-.-the
u:v2e:*sJ?r.--u Cc.:nri?>'5locor '.rili. oil
rMonday il.e 4ih 'la*-' of November,
l l- her won !u?- i?f 1- M and
i o'clock P. M.. offer for sale to tlve
i hinder fcr cas'i ;.t ' .e Court
House door in Louisburg, North Car
olina, a certain tract of lar.d lying
and being situate In Dunn's Town
|lands of J. O. Eunn. Sarah K Wea
thers and others, and being the dis
tributive share of the late Elizabeth
J. White, in the estate of Duncan
Bunn. late of Franklin County, con
taining 23 acres more or less. This
2n(i day of October 1918.
10-4-4t G. W. WHITE. Com.
Ask J. A. TURNER to show you the
new disability policy. 7-26-tf.
Our line of the above goods
In complete and cheap. See
Harness, Bicycle and Auto
mobile tiro* repaired quick
ly by an expert.
We make a specialty o! re
pairing men's, ladle* and chll
drena fine shoe?. Our Mr.
Elkln? in an expert. In this
EVERYTHING AT LAST
Six bicycle? for sale at a
bargain, some are almost
ours to serre.
LOU5 iBURG REPAIR
J. ehman, Prop'r.
tot i, North Cwollm*
Now is the Time to Sla? Stili Sidss of Your
You can do so by trading at F. W. Wheless' and F.
W. Wheless Dry Goods Co., where you can always
buy the best for the least money. If you make your
purchases at F- W. Wheless and F. W- Wheless' Dry
Goods Co., you always get the best at the right
price. Do not wait to do your buying, be one of the
lucky ones, while you can gfet what you want.
It is useless for us to try to mention all the articles
we have to offer, all we ask is for you to come and
see the many things you can buy. We are receiv
ing daily new suits Coat and Coat Suits.
Be sure to look over the many good things we have
to offer. > ?,
F. W. Wheless Dry Goods Co.,
F. W. WHELESS ,
j p HINES
LOUISBURG, NORTH CAROLINA ' * '