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"K SPLENDID TONIC"
8oyi Hixiod Lady Who, On Doc
tar'* Advice, Took Car dm
And 1? Now Well.
Hlxson, Tenn.?''About 10 years ago
I M7i Mn. J. B. Gadd, of
this place, "I suffered with a pain In
my left side, could not sleep at night
My doctor told me to use Cydut I
took on* bottle, which helped Zie and
after my baby came, I was Stronger
and better, but the pain /was still
there. \ /
I at first let ltyo, but Jlgan to get
weak and In a ruo-dowi condition,
ao I decided to trj\ some/nore Cardul.
which I did. I 7
This last CanJol Whtfh I took made
me much better, lm fact, cured me. It
haa been a numbeV/jf years, still I
have no return of tips trouble.
I feel It was CarAii that cured me.
and I recommend/ltlas a splendid fa
male tonic." / 1
Don't allow/you? elf to bocoma
weak and ru^downl from womanly
troubles. Takar Cardui It should sure
ly help you, As it hal so many thou
sands of (Mkt women In the past 40
years. ?Headache, backache, Bldeache,
nervousness, sleeplessness, tired-out
feeling, are all signs of womanly trou
ble. Other women get relief by taking
CarduL Why not you T All druggists.
J. 0. NEWELL, M. K
Loulsburg, N. 0 /
Offices noxt door to White d Malone
Will be at Loulsburg regularly.
Day Phol^e 329 ? Night p/one 292-J
1>HL W. B. MOHTOr
Office tb Hotel Building
S. ATW(fol> JEWELL.
Louisburg Y Franklinton
Offices over AjAck Drug Co.
OK. ABTHCItyHTWEB TLEKOTR
IxiuisburRf North Carolina
Oia?e ovor P. Sf & K. K. AllAn'o Store.
dr/ii. g. peb?*
physician and Surgeon
? "? i NexWDoor to Aycock Drug Co.
Phon? Connections 287.
DR. At!. MA LOSE.
?rtBce In Aycflck^Drua 8tore, Market
Street. Office l\actlce Surgery
dbJd. *. sniWrics.
Office ti the First National Bank
Bulldog on Main and Nash Sts.
Practice in all courtA Office on Main
Stnsft / \
*. F. H?
Vrullng agenti/ for ?II kind* of
fcoUdlng supplies/ artistic Mantle? and
Wile?, Architectural deslfms suh
B. White"/ E. H. J|alotw
WHfTE A JLA10TTE
Loalgburg, North Carolina
?eneral practlcf. settlement of
te* fonda lnvesti.3 'H mticher of
,? firm always la the olflce.
Win, H. Rttffln, j Thos. W. Ruffln
WJt. H. JNTHOS. W. BUFFIN
Loulsborg, / s \ North Carolina
General praetlae, botnvclvtt and crim
inal, In Frank/in and adjoining conn
ties, Supreme! and FedeVal Courts.
Offices In First NatlonaPBank
I Building. \
I)H. J. B. DAVIS
Physician and Surgeon
LeulBburg, 5. C.
Formerly laterne St Agnes Hospital
Office next door to Durrell Davis
Phone Connections 64.
DIUT. B. HENDERSON,
of "H?n<iertj?>n, N. C.
Will be in LOOTSJBURQ every
FIRST and THIRQ Monday
of each motfth at tft? offioe
of Dr. Herbert Perry from
10:00 to 1(00 o'clock.
Practice limited to the EYE,
EAR, NOSTE and THROAT.
We have purchkRafl the shop former
ly occupied by oi/ar Stegall and will
run same at the^ame stand, Zollle
Wllklns will bo/wlth us, and satlafnc
tlon and cleanlfnew shall be our mot
to. Plenty ol hot'running water <^id
Vtei yon Insurance take It
with T. W.ittTSOH. He taMws
dmVt Tutdew chill Ton k'
rei?m vitality and wtjj by pRrifytaJ and ?n
rlchlng th? blooAYarf^n >000 feci ft* Strcntfib
ftclnjj. Iavlior^J^fEfleet Price SOo
Mask Against Influenza
Am a mfflw of preventing the BjTreiul of influenza th? North
OaruliiuL Stat? BoanLnf Health strongly urges that doctors,
nurses and others attending patients sick with this dine?o ww]
a Book over the mouth and nose. The manner of wearing b
ihowii in the above picture. The mask should be made aooord
iiig to Bed Croes directions, in size about eight by five iaahen,
consisting of four layers of fine mesh gauze, or buttercioth. Do
Bot use coarse mesh gauze, as experiments have shown thai pro
tection is not given even when as many as eight layer* of tiu
coarse mesh are used. The mask may be sterilized by placing
in boiling water for a few minutes and used over and over again.
Tk same side should alway* be worn next the face and for this
purpose one aide should be marked, say with a black thread.
The prtKsaution is simple, costs almost nothing, and is qiokI
effective. PLACE A MASK OVER YOUR MOUTH AND
NOSE AND Help THE SICK OF YOUR COMMUNITY,
CAREFULLY WASHING YOUR HANDS AFTER ATTEND
ING EACH PERSON. IN DO) NG THIS ^riE CHANCES OF
DEFECTION ABE PRACTICALL Y N< >Y&
Somebody's Dollars Will Do It?
I Wonder if They'll Be Yours
By Bruce Barton
I WILL tell^ou what will happen some
night this winter in France. Some
night when its cold and dark. There
will be a rustling through the front line
trench, where our boys stand guard. And
a heavy ladened Secretary will make
his way along.
In his hands will be great steaming
pots: in his pocket chocolate and ciga
From one man to another he will go,
passing a cup fall of hot coffee to hands
that tremble with the cold; bringing the
comfort of a bit of sweet and a smoke.
Men Will hail him cheerily, slapping
him on the back; and when he has gone
things will be a little easier in that trench
because he has passed that way.
How much will it cost to make that
rettes and all?
Five dollars? Twenty-five dollars?
I do not know.
But whether it is five dollars or
twgnty-flve, I'd like to think that It is
my five or twenty-five?wouldn't you ?
That some night when it's cold and lone
some, my money and youra might send a
Secretary out along that frontlinetrench.
Let's make up oar minds that wo are
going to pay for a score 01 those trips.
A score of the nights this winter shall be
?nights when the boys greet joy
ously the chocolate and cigarettes that
our money provided; and are happier
because our representative has passed.
United War Work
For the Boys
The Strong Withstand/ the Heat of
Summer Better\ftaa the Weak r
Old people who ar? feetla/and younger people
who are weak, will be strenaneoed and enabled tu
go through the depressing hiht of summer by tak
ing GROVES TASTELESytll TONIC. It purifies
and enriches the blood ai^ tftiilds up the whole sys
tem. You can soon feel Its Strengthening. Invigor
ating Effect. 80c.
New Store for Sale or Rent at Wood,
This store Is BuUtabfe for both Dry
Qoods and O^pcerv/tnislness; is well
covered and flushed Inside, has largo
aide room withS/door opening into it.
Will rrnt at per month or wlh
8ell store andr adjoining Tot at $1500.00
with satisfactory ti
11-1-tf Louisburg, N. C.
AUTOMOBILE FOB SALE
This auto\p>fn perfect running or
der. Has nepf Kelly-Sprlngfleld tires
never had pynctuxe. Self starter
new top./nowly\painted, cAn be seen
If yon want llJa^Thauranca aee J. A.
TURNER; , 7-26-tf
66G cures Cattis and Fever.
Administratrix Notic? to Creditors.
HaVing qualified an administratrix
of the estate of J. W. Daniels, deceas
ed, late of Franklin County, N. C., this
Is to notify all persons having claims
agatast said estates to pre^nt them to
the umlerslgnedVon QF^efore the 1st
day of Novembei\j?l9, or this notice
will be plead of their recovery.
All persons ijxlebterao the said estate
will pleawt<make immediate payment.
This November 1st, 19
MRS. ELIZ. M DA>JLELS, Admrx.
Wm. H. & Thofl. W. Ruffin, Attys.
Having qualified ..a administratrix of
the estate of J. H/Timberlake, deceas
ed, late of Frankllir^ounty, this 1% to
notify all persons Nholdlng
against the said ?state 60 presptft them
to the undersigned on V^tfefore the
1st day of November, lMflCor this no
tlce will be plead df their re
covery. All persoir indebtell to said
estate will pleasp^nake mmeotye set
tlement. ThlfurooY. 1st, 1918.
MARY W. TIMBE^RLAKE, Admrx.
A deslrobleV resldancc and lot on
Church 8treetp\imnjfdiate possession?
at Firgf ^qtlonal Bank
Why Pay More
When you can buy it
The buying public in Franklin and adjoining
counties are beginning to appreciate the fact that
we have the cheapest store in town, when quality
is considered, and are coming here to make their
purchases. VSee the wonderful prices below:
Children's Black 25c Hose, pair
Mcli's liuf Hose pair
Ladies' 25c Hose, pair
Pearl Buttons, card
Men's and Boys' 50c Caps. .
Me n's Hats, $i.00
Men's 25c Suspenders, .....
Men's 50c Neckwear,
Cult 1 .inks, 25c value
Ladies' "While Hemstitclii
Dress I'iiis, per package, .
?2.">c*}J*4<miih Powder. can . .
Canviiss?SiU)Ves,)-t pair ..
Men's 25e BoUs
iN- Corset ( 'ovel'.S
MEN'S AND BOYS CLOTHING
All-Wool Blue Serge Suits, $18 today's value t > go nt . .$11.98
Men's Suits, $11 to $12.50 values, in sale at $6.85
Men's $l(i.50 Suits, High Grade, merchant tailoring ... .811.25
Men's Suits, values $!) and $10.00 $5.80
Men's Overcoats, $11.90 and $10.40 down to $6 98
Men's Dress Shirts, choice dollar value ? 59c
The very best Work Shirts, the strongest $1.25 kind 98c
Boys' 75c Sweaters. 35c
Boys' 35c Blouses," 33c
Men's $1.00 Dress Gloves 49c
Men's 15c Garters, per pair t. : 9c
$5.00 Boys' Suits of Blue Serge $3.98
$4.00 Boys' Suits $2.98 -
$6.00 Blue Serge Suits, the new Norfolk $3.95
Boys' Pants. 85c Value 48c
.Tnvenile Suits- worth $3.00, now $1.93
Finct Suits made, high grade worsteds, $7.50 value,... $4.68
Men's, Women and Children's Underwear.
Boys* Fleeced Ribbed PnloR
StlltB n-aur ?#.? ??. * i?u.m ? *39c
Men's $1.25 Heavy Fleeced
Shirts and Drawers .... *.89c \
Boys' Heavy Fleecea Shirts '
and Drawers, ^ .. 7 5c
Ladles' Fleecefl Ribbed
69c Union Suits 89c
Ladles' Fleeced Ribbed 76c
Shirts and Drawers ...89c *
Girls Ribbed $1.25 Union /
Suit a... .... ..J. ..lie
Girls' Ultra Heavy Fleece' 75a"'
Shirts an,j Drawars 29c
DRESS GOODS FOR THE LADIES.
Good Slieetins, 25c value, per yW 17%
")<)!? Mattress Ticking, per vnrri A.. . . vf. , . . . .. 25c
Turkish Towels, each .y(. 15c
25c Apron Gingliam, per yard ... .\S 17V2
25c Outing Flannel, per yard .. 18c
35c Dress Gingliam, per yard . . \ 21c
Wool Serge, 75c value, per yara \ . 49c
. 25c Curtain Scrim per yanz . V 14%
New Fall 1917 Dress Goojis, value 58c tcrcfcl.OO yard . .59 and 23c
"De Lux" Hats tor Bdys ..' 25c
Men's $1.50 Sweater/. \. . -75c
Our lines of Coats, Suits, Shirtwaists, Skirts,
Millinery and Sweaters are complete and are being
sold at bargain prices. Come in and see our lines.
See our line of Men's Women and Children's Shoes
before you purchase your winters footwear.
I. J. DEITZ & COMP'Y
* W " 1
Louisburg, North Carolina
"The House That Always Sells It Cheaper"