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Her many fru nds in Louisburg and
Justice were made sad Friday evening,
Jan. 17. when the news spread announ
cing the death of Mrs. Robert Will*
iarns. She was Trrttrcr-wttti?tirfhreiraa
in October and lay at tile point of
death for several weeks out she held
on firmly to the slender cord of life
and gradually improve*! fill she was
l^hl^tobe moved to the home of her
under the parental roo^
marriage to Mr. Williams she was
Miss Sadie Wilder. Mrs. Williams
was still in the prime or her woman
hood. She was the mother of two
Harris, three" sisters, Mrs. Willie
Creekmore. Mrs. John Strange, of Jus
Mrs. Williams was aqutet. pleasant
bedside, and offered to "Him who doer h
she asked the Heavenly Father that He
ly afterwards the spirit calmly and si
peace lingers lovingly and where cares
A Card of Thanks,
I want to thank'the kind doctor,
neighbors and friends each and every
one who done all they could for my
dear father during his alckness and
S ALE MA XOWELL<
I'm YOUR Eye
When I'm efficient .
YOU are efficient
Honest now, what would you do
How happy it would make you to
know that you don't need glasses
?that you're efficient
?that' you're fit, unhandi
You can Know
have Your Eyes
It won't cost much
w. B. MORTON
I herewith ann ie to mj
customers and nl?Jien nlsli
Ing the serrlces < i first class
livery stable, that ? Jave moved
my bnslness trom the stables
on -Nash Street to accommoda
tion at the rear of mj residence
on Maip Street, where I will be
blad to serve yon at' all times
with tlie best personal service.
J. C. Tucker
^ Louisburg, N. C.
Our line of the above goods
i* complete and cheap. See
Harness, Bicycle and Auto
mobile tires repaired^ quick
ly by an expert.
We make a specialty ol re
pairing men's, ladles and chll
drens fine shoes. Our Mr.
Elklns Is an expert lu this
EVERYTHING AT .LAST
Six bicycles for Bale at a
bargain, some are almost
Durs to serre.
LOUI3BURG REP, "R
J. ehman, Prop'r.
Loi i, Nortk Cuoltu
DRUGGISTS! VICK's VAPORUB
SHORTAGE OVERCOME AT LAST
The Deal Scheduled For Last
November, Which Was Post
Doned on Account of the In
I Instated?Good During the
Month of March. *
OVER ONE MILLION JARS
OF VAPORUB PRODUC
ED EACH WEEK.
It is with pride that we announce
to the drug trade that the shortage of
Vick's VapoRub. which has lasted
since last October, is now overcome.
Since January 1st. we have been run-1
ning our laboratory twenty-*hree and
a half hours out of every twenty-four.
Last week we shipped the last cf our
back order?, and retail druggists,
therefore, are no longer requested to
order In small quantities only.
.NOVEMBER DEAL REINSTATED.
This deal, which we had expected to |
put on last November and which had j
to be postponed on account of the
shortage of VapoRub. is re-instated j
for the month of March. This allows
a discount of 10 per cent on shipments .
from jobbers' stock of quantities of
from 1 to 4 gross. 5 per cent of this |
discount is allowed by the Jobber and
5 per cent by us.
We advise the retail druggists to j
place their orders Immediately, so
that the Jobbers will be able to get !
prompt shipments to them.
THANKS OF THE PUBLIC DUE THE
DRUG TRADE DURING THE
The thanks of the American public '
are certainly due the entire drug trade '
?retail, wholesale and manufacturing I
?for what they accomplished during
the recent influenza epidemic. The
war caused a shortage of physicians?
nurses were almost impossible to ob
tain?the demand on the drug trade
was unexpected and overwhelming,
and to this demand they responded no
bly. Retail druggists kept open day
and night and slept where they drop
ped behind the prescription counter.
Wholesale druggists called their sal
esmen off the road to help All orders?
hundreds wired us to ship Vick's Va
poRub? by the quickest route, regard
loss of expense. -
A TKEMENDOl'S JOB TO INCREASE
OI K PRODUCTION.
In this emergency we nave tried to
I fur raw materials?our Traffic
per spent his days riding freight cars
in?we shipped raw materials in car
| load lots by express and pleaded with
| manufacturers to in "crease their de
liveries to us.
But it was a slow process. Some of
our raw fuaterlals are produced only
in Japan?supplier in this country
were low and shipments required
'three months to come from the Far
! East. Then we had to recruit and
'train skilled labor. We brought our
I salesmen into the factory and trained
them as foremen, -^e invented new
machinery, and manage?; to Install It
on Christmas Day. so as not to inter
fere with our daily production.
14? JARS OF VAPORUB EVERY MIN
UTE DAY AM> SIGHT.
By January 1st v.e had everything
ready to put on our nlglit shift, and
since then our laboratory has been
running day and night. To feed our
automatic machines, which drop out
one hundred and forty-three Jars of
YapoRub a minute or one million and
eighty thousand weekly, has required
a force of 500 people. Our Cafe De
partment. created for the benefit of
these workers, served 7000 meals dur
ing the months of January alone.
13 MILLION JARS OF VAPORUB
DISTRIBUTED SINCE OCTO
An idea of the work we have accom
plished this Fait may be given by our
production figures?13J)2S.976 jars of
VapoRub manufactured <jund distribu
ted since last October?one jar for ev
ery two families in the entire United
During the influenza epidemic.
Vick's VapRrub was used as an exter
nal application in connection with the
physician's treatment. ai-.a thousands
of people, unable to obtain a doctor,
relied on Vick's almost exclusively.
Literally millions of families all ov
er the country from California to
Maine and from the
Great Lakes to the
Gulf, have found
Vick's VapoRub the
ideal home remedy
for croup and cold
NOTICE OF AN ELECTION IN SAN
DY CREEK TOWNSHIP.
Notice is hereby given thai. in ac- !
cordaxrce with the provisions of An
Act of the General Assembly of North
Carolina. Session of entitled "An
Act" to Provide Good Roads in
Sandy Creek Township. Franklin
County." being House Bill Xo. 277. ?
Senate Bill No. 339. ratified February
lfcth. ll'll?. and upon the petition of
the duly appointed and constituted ?
Tnwn.iliiIt t 'oni ni i?; nI on of Sandy I
fro a L- Township. !
The Board of Commission.-^ 16Y
County of Franklin does hereby or
der an election to be held on Saturday,!
April 12th, 1919. in said township, at
which election there shall be submit- ,
tPrt ro the nualified voters of San??y
frl-pL" I ou'pjhip 111,1 K-.llll.mil 1)1 I III i
"000.00 of Road Bonds of said-township ,
and the levy of a special tax to pro
vide for the payment of interest and I
create a sinking fund tor the payment
ot said bonds, for the purpose of pro
viding and constructing good roads in
said township under the terms and
provisions of said sp<-Mal act of the
G? n. ra! Assembly. Said bon.ls shall
run ror-a period of thirty ?ears from '
dat. and shall bear six per cent per
j annum interes'. payable semi-annual
Said special Act of the Gen- ral As
sembly expressly provides that all
| laws in conflict with this act are re
pealed so far as same relate to Sandy
("reek Township, and el??c::otrs on road
bonds heretofore held in said township
will be annulled by the currying of
this election: and provrsion is made
for the payment of auy and all obli
gations made by the AWnahip for
roads out of the first proceeds of sale
of bonds under this act.
J R. F'arrish is appointed regis
trar and J. J. Carr and H. P. Speed
j are appointed pollholders for the said
election. The voting place shall be
.at Laurel or Jones' store in said town
ship. and th<* said election shall be
Ibeld and conducted as is provided in
the general election laws of the State*
I Those voting for the'issuance of bonds
land the levy of the special tax shall
d? po-ir a baltot upon which there shall
. be written or printed "For Road
I Boncfrs" and those voting against road
! bonds aird Nhe levy of a special tax
shall deposit a ballot upon which there
shall be written or printed "Against
Rood Bonds." t
A new registration Is provided for
under said special act, and the petition
of the Road Commission calling the <
election, and the registration books
will be kept oper.- for such purpose at
Laurel or Jones store so- provided by
lif\\ for twenty days, beginning Satur
day, Mar,-h Stb. 1919. and closing Sat
urday. March 29th. 1919.
By order of the Board of Commis
sioners for Franklin County.
This March 3rd. 1919.
?1 P T1MRKR1.AKK. chairman.
o n ?ni pF\-. Clerk. K-V-Bt
m Harmless to keep liver, bowels
I and stomach clean, and
cost only 10 cents
Tonight sure! Tak?- Cascarets and
enjoy the nicest. gentlest liver and
bowel cleansing you e\>r experienced,
f'a-earets will liven your liver and
clean your thirty fee' of bowels with
out griping. You will wake up feel
ing grand. Your* head will be clear,
breath right, tongue clean, stomach
swret?Get a 10-eent box now at any
dVug store. Best cathartic for child
ren as well as grown-ups. Taste like
candy and never fail. They work"
while you sleep.
I have a stray black heifer yearling
jat my house, taken up on February
? 22nd. Owner can get same by paying
j for feed, damage, end advertisement.
If not claimed within 30 days, she
I will be sold for expenses.
T M. VAIDKX.
P. O.'Box No. 283,
3-T-lt ?j Louisburg.-X. C.
(?OR SALE OR RUNT
I have a fine young ox? n for sale or
lease for 1 f? 1!?. Well broken, will
plow equal to a mule, takes no whip
i S. M. PARRISH.
2-7-2t R F. IJ % Lou.snurg. N. C.
SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY
BRINGS SURE RELIEF
For 200 years GOT^D MRDAL Haarlem
Oil ha? ?nabili suffering humanity to
withstand attacks of kidney, liver,
bladder and stomach trouble* and all
dlMajies connected with the urinary
organs and to build up and restore to
health organs weakened by disease.
Then? moat Important organs must be
watched, Ucau.v they (liter and purify
tha blood; unieas they do their work
you are doomed.
Wearlneas. sleeplessness, nervousness,
despondency, backache, stomach" trou
ble, pains* In the loins and lower ab
domen, graved. dimrulty when urinat
ing. rheumatism, sciatica and lumbago
?11 warn you of trouble with your kid
neya. GOLD BTEDAL. Haarlem Oil Cap
aule* are the remedy you ne?*i. Talc*
threo nf (our every day. The healing
oil *oak* into (he cell* and llnln* of
the kidney* and rirlv^a out the potqon*.
New life and h<Aith will nuroly folla*r.
When your normal vlxor ha* been
atored continue treatment for a whll#.
to keep yourself In condition and pre
vent a return of the dlaeaav.
T>r>n't wait until you are tnrapabl* of
flKk?tlnK- Start t akin* OOLJ> MED\L
Haarlem Oil Capaulea today Your drulf
grlat will theerfully refund your money
if you are not aatlafled with raaultA
Put he aure to fret the original import
ed OOL?D M10DAL and accept no aub
atltute?. In three at za? pack*
aires. At all drug atorea.
We have postponed our
V ?? * >.
when we will have experts from the
factory to demonstrate tire
Tractors and Plows
to the public, provided the ground
is in condition.
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Louisburg North Carolina