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? ? .fn-a nirp rit3:>nijmrn tfir Pr. E. M Per
ry residence on MairV st5e??TTftie -AUsbrook^ resi
dence on Middle streett, the yeottages occupied by
L. Kline and J. R. BunVi. "m the largs two-story
residence nconpied by \ / F. S. Luv<) on Baker
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THAT ? .A r*- i'; \ !'!Tnt if a confidential ac'o nir,, no in
formal: w : ?* f ..m 'it -itiio 'li'i.-tivd liv tha tit;* >s?tor.. '
THAT - \n :i;*caunt miy lie opened by a married woman
and be uiul ,r her -.olo oo\ril. ?
THAT?An account may bs opened by a minor and be
under "his sole can: rjl.
THAT?An account may be opened by a parent for a
child and be under control of the parent.
THAT?An ac.MU it mav be opined as a joint account
by husband and wife, for. instance?and on such an ac
count either p.Vt. may make deposits on, or withdrawals
from the acc.iun:. ,
TdVT- A successful Savings Account depends entirely
ii, '>:"t tiv- Ragalarity of Depj.nts, no matter how small
STAii t ?> Suvinjzs Account now, and see how good it will
iook t j you this ti'r.o next year.
; THE CITIZENS BANK
Henderson, N. C.
J.-t licnk in This Gsciion
R<\~ v. rces SI.500.000.00
Ten men, boys or woixten to
"learn tie Harness and shoe re
pair business at once. Apply to
American Electric Shoe Shop
R. E. L. LANCASTER, Mgr.
Main Street - Louisburg. N. C.
Why Pay High
for Horses, Buggies and Harness. When all of
the above mentioned can be bought cheaper from
Yarboro than onv one.
If there is any doubt in your mind about this
statement just price what I have and see if you
don't save money.
O. Y. YARBORO
800 WOMEN NEEDED
BY SALVATION ARMY
Commander Evangeline Booth
Says War Relief Work
Must Be Extended.
er of tlie Solvation Army In ill
e?1 Slates, l?u? suddenly :*nll?d
upou t<> f-.??? i*h war I
foPiFnitut?. T.-.- i. st !
i;i;??? -il i.1 a ?,? i'I j ? 1 "1 .
?A h :!
W ? v i- ;? V.
r?.ss, now rI f r lor
.fUiids. ilar'.i , iv; >u a v ,st
machine f*<r huma:: ;vl* f, ; ?.?! csfh Is
lndispcnsPde, serving its par?':v:t!ar
element*' in Hs.nwn way.'
j "Tire1-Salvuihur Army was horn in
hardship, reared ia privation ami
trained 'to every pln^se o K human mis
ery and how to cope with it. Perhaps
j that accounts in some degree for the
success our work lias attained and for
i which we are thankful.
"We are of the coimnon people, nnd
we toil on a practical hnsis. \\V len m?
' ed the lesson of l?o\y to do it in ths
j Boer war, when we stood at the ?!<!?
1 of Kritain's troops and weathered it
out to the end. We have been tried
; by fire, nnd the mothers and fathers
| of America, ns In-other countries, trust
1 the Sulvution Army to do the tiling
j they would like to do for their men-If
i they hut had the chance.
_ "With 1.JHO trained workers nt the
front, operating from 420 hi ft s and
1 dugouttlie Salvation Army is doing,
has done nnd will continue to do its
best for the cause of humanity and
urtC run D
NEAR TKE GA?.
Community Serving Takes i3lacc
of Mother. Friends and
ri orno for oo!ii&rs.
i'l r.' } ? iiu ?.:** (C ibe^Ffud'-ot.
ty ?'T T -i; ivn'f f ?? :i
a !?? -.i< ?:< t. -r
v. 1 n ii servnti', ' as. as
?r exjuvsjicd it. "the"
?t j,i *o.v j. ?m (|ii? iuiy# n
i.:i .!.t r!'' v. !.??>: ' y
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*Ku;ij?!l s KtjiJ'Jo cm vs.
???w've u-'i ymir numbd*.* *ays the
W. C. C. 23. ti?. :ljv? homesick boy finm
cr.iiip with leisure to k;u>?iI in ai.\ -um.
ol I [if |ju\.r i.. * i n: r ? ? t towns st-ii t: i r ?j
:: ? ' ? i ? ? ?
Ij-.^ wlint on earih he'll (lo with hfin-f
Si if when iio g.?rs tliiTc. not knowing a
boul in town and with a limit??'1 jut??
centasse of his "tlilriy per" in his i*?ck-t
et. oloii-j <???! ?. < a friendly prlnr? i r n-4
t^ . . "v ..1 1 i.i> ,.\\ |, ? . .'o j
announcing a rccep'.ion that uteh! i3?|
podally for s??M'? r membera. IJy :h?>
same mail the Me.hodlst church s".*.\dii.
an announcement nil lie wvoUn^a,]
addressed to him. with This Meant j
You printed at the bottom. How <1L4
they know ho was a Methodist?
lie ha<l forgot'.en about the Utile
"Persona] "taal" In? made out at the
kfttljutant's request during his llrst daj
'in camp when It was only one of the
endless details in the round of dentists
and doctors and general confusion.
The ty. C. C. S. had not only his nuni?
ber, but his name and addresa, hit
home town, the name of the school
he'd gone to and a good bit about thi
things he was fondest df doing?each
fact written into a little blank on tli?
card especially for lg ?
United War Work
Tire campaign begins an Monday
morning, November 11, and end? at
midnight on Monday, November 18
As approved by representatives
of the Government at Washington
the $170,500,000 will be divided as
Y. M. C. A $100,000,COO
I. W. C. A..... 15,000,000
lic War Coun
K n i g h t s of
War Camp Com
Salvation Amy 8,500.000 *
An' diirpius will be divided pro
COFFINS AND CASKETS
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yj.a Cv'tVtuUaCc wr.cn m
?Hvay :: Jovcd one. .In ou' stock Vil 1 L : fir. s :? i
Icets o" all gr^4fe6 frcm the- ch?ap\^l9tl:c i anu V. o. c
mul?'riiikinpr sujivlics. ini'Ui<liir; 'j^rrLl roWcs t'.ivc- nn?! ' ?
Wp niso a most iiji-to-itntMnlilN'mnil Ihsu sent wur ili*
Your interost? will bo jniard^il ii'Nun: i-all of mIioii<> u
for what you want. / , \ 3^"!
"Satisfaction Is Our Motto"
W. D* Fuller
Wood, North Carolina
pare w nwi bs i
akC.13 ??if QS da'ii'
Rocky^MoiM, M -C
Try Fenner with your next load of to
bacco. Highest market prices guaran
teed at all times. Best of accommoda
tions for man and beast.
Fanner sells tobacco FOR THE MOST
money. 0 O o O
There is a Reason
Rocky' Mount, N. C.