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FACTS FROM THE
The Use of Flavorings Deter
mines Difference In Drands
The Encyclop?dia Britannica says
about the manufacture of smoking to
bacco: "...on the Continent and in
America, certain 'sauces' are employed
. .the use of the 'sauces' is to improve
the flavour and burning qualities of tha
leaves." Whichindicates that a smoker's
enjoyment depends as much upon tha
flavoring used as upon the tobacco.
Your nose is a sure guide in the mat
ter of flavorings. Try this simple test
with several tobacco brands: pour some
tobacco into your palm, rub briskly,
and smell. You will notice a distinct
difference in the fragrance of every
brand. The tobacco that smells best to
you will ?moke best in your pipe, you
can rest assured. -
Carefully aged, old Burley tobacco,
plus a dash of pure chocolate, gives
TUXEDO Tobacco a pure fragrance
your naBe can quickly distinguish from
?0Jf Other tobacco. Try it and see.
To All Whom it*May Concern:
The co-partnership heretofore ex
isting between J. S. Jtowell and A.
W. Perry, Jr.. trading as Howell &
Perry waa dissolveifoii Jan. 1. 1919, |
toy mtttual-conseiipC All indebtedness
of said Howell &r Perry Is to be paid
by J. S. HoweUrand all accounts due
said firm are niyable to J. S. Howell.
This Feby. lyth. 1919.
J. S. HOWELL.
Having qualified as administrator of
the estate of Annie Williamson, de
ceased, late of Franklin county, all
persons holding claims against said
estate are notified to pre&ent them to
the undersigned on or before the 14th
day of February, 1920, or this notice
will be plead in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to her estate will
please come forward and make imme
diate settlement Th s Feb. 13~/i919.
2-14-6t J. B. DAVIS/AdmY.
. .FOR SALE?A good 2(10 acre farm.
Suitable for toba&o, coKon, corn and
all general crops\ P/ce and terms
11-29-tf S.Ta. NEWELL.
| NOTICE. /
| Having qualified as administrator c.
t a. of the estate of DrucillaT>. White,
I deceased, late of Franklin couuty. all
I persons holding claims against the
Isaid estate are hereby notified to pre
sent them to the undersigned on or
1 before the 7th day of ^-eDruary, 1920.
or this notice will btyplead in bar of
Itheir recovery. All ypersons Indebted
to the said estate will please come
ment. This February 6. 1919.
J. T. SAWYER, Admr. c. t. a.
2-7-6t . < Franklin ton. N. C.
Having qualified as executor* ot the
estate ofW. B. Bowden, deceased,
late of Franklin County, notico Is here
by Riven to all persons holding claims
against the said estate to ntesent them
to the undersigned on or before the
7th day of February, 19^0, or this no
tice will be plead In baVof their recov
ery. All persons indaDted to said es
tate will please cone forward and
make immediate wttlement. This
Feb. 6th, 1919. J
Having qualiled as administrator of
the estate of Sidney Burnetteyfleceas
ed late of Franklin County, aII persons
holding claims against the /Hid estate
are notified to present the time to the
undersigned ou or before/the 21st day
of February, 1920, ot tins notice will
be plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons Indebted to /aid estate will
pleaie come forwanytwd make Imme
diate settlement, it Is 20th day ot
Feby., 1818. /
R. C. BCrNETTE, Admr.
White & Malone, AttyB. 2-21-6t.
A desirable residence and lot on
Church street, Immediate possession.
W. D. JACKSON,
at First National Bank.
This 1s to notify all persons that I
will not be responsible for any bills
for my wife Mrs. LUzle Alley, who
has abandoned me. /
This Feby. 19th, M19.
j 8-21-*t 1 F. O. ALLEY.
SALE OF li)TS IN BUN'n!
By virtue of the power of aale con-1
tained in that deed of trust, dated Jan.
18. 1916, made by J. P. Hljl to Wm.
H. Ruffln, Trustee, and recorded In
the Registry of Frank'.in County In
Book 210, page 41, default having been
made in the payment of the debt there
by secured and the holders of said
debt having demanded foreclosure of
the trustee, the undersigned will, on
March 28tb, 1919, at 4bout the hour ot
noon, at the Court iiouse door, In
Loulsburg, N ,C., offer for sale at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, tor
cash, those lots in fhe town of Bunn in
said deed ot trus^ conveyed and there
described as follows: Lots Nos. IS,
16 and 17 in Bldck C In the town of
Bunn on plot ot property formerly
owned by North State Development
Company and known as the Town of
Bunn as'surveyed and plotted by J.
J. Wells. <7. E., which plot or map
is recorded In Book 192 page 522, Reg
istry ot Franklin County, reference to
which plot is hereby made for a full
uuuiimnjii mum?* mun r ii _.2S.
WM. H. RUFFIN,
"MULES FOB SALE.
One pair mules, about 10 years old,
E. T. CHANEY,
?T2S-2t Loulsburg. N. p.
A small white female poodle dog,
lost ?t or ut'm \V,iku Fme.n on Sun
day night. February V?th. 1919. Will
pay a reward of S15A0 for Informa
tion leading to the recovery of the
3-7-2t R. F. D. No. 1. Loulsburg, X. C.
tt'm. Cook Si Si
says we are pleased to Vate we con
sider RAT-SNAP is witaout dsubt the
finest rat and mouse e/terminator we I
have ever used. It (lacs all you claim
and more too. Threi^iizes, 25, 50c and
?1.00 and $3.00.
With the beginning of a Mew Year we wish to thank
each and everyone in Franklin and adjoining counties
who favored us with their patronage during the year
1918. We grieve with those who were so unfortunate
as to lose a loved one during this time and especially in
the epidemics of "flu" You have our sincerest sym
pathy, and we only Wish it had been in our power to
render you such service as to have relieved you of your
Assuring you of the continuation of our best .and
most efficient services in the future we hope to have a
more liberal share of your patronage and wish for you
a most prosperous year.
Aycock Drug Co.
Suit Cases and Traveling
Need a suit case or traveling bag?if so, buy now?
jg n ynnst. ent.ining state of luggage price affairs
dependable suit case? and traveling bags, and we give
you the opportunity to do likewise?you expect to take
a trip sooner or Krter?anticipate your needs now in
these lines-/you can make a great saving.
W. E. White Furmftfre Company
Louisburg, N: C.
That's What You Call Real Elating
If you want to give the family a rare treat, get a bag
of OCCO-NEE-CHEE Self-Rising Flour and bake
them some hot biscuits, waffles or muffins?crisp and
delicious with that double-good taste. That's what
you call real eating. OCCO-NEE-CHEE Self-Rising
Flour makes baking enjoyable because it takes out
the guess and worry. It has mixed with it, in the
exact proportions, the very best baking powder, soda
and salt. You couldn't mix these ingredients with
flour as correctly or as inexpensively as they are in
Takes the Guess .out of Baking, and Saves you Money
Start today to use this economical flour. ?. Look for the
Indian Head on the bag. At all dealers.
When you prefer to bake tvith plain /lour ?
buy Peerless?the best of Us kind.
AUSTIN-HEATON CO., Durham, N. C.
Say* Watoga Lady, "A? To Wlial j
Cardui Ha* Done For Me, So
A? To Help Other*."
Watoga, W. Va.-Mrs. S W. OtodweU.
of age, 1 suffered greatly ... Sometime?
would go a month or two, arid I had
terrible headache, backache, uA bearing
down pains, and would ]itn drag and
had no appetite. Then . J. It would last
.,. two weeks and wa# so weakening,
and my health was awhrl.
My ?other bought me a bottle of
Cardui, and I begat to Improve after
talcing the first botfle, so kept it up till 1
took three . .. I gained, and was well
and strong, and I owe it ail to Cardui.
1 am married bow and have 3 children
. ,. Have never had to have a doctor for
female trouble, and ]ust resort to Cardui
if I need a tonic. I am glad to testify ta
what it h?W done for me, so as to help
If you ye nervous or weak, have head
aches, backaches, or any of the other
ailments so common to women, why not
give Cardui a. trial? Recommended by
many physicians. In use over 40 years.
Begin taking Cardui today. ' H may
be the very medicine you need.
/ NC-I3G |
POR ?ALE OR RCNT.
I have a fine young o*en for sale or
lease for 1919. Wei/ Broken, will
plow equal to a mul#, takes no whip.
8. M/ PARRISH,
3-7-21 R. F. D. 2. LouisOurg, N. C. |
Having qualified as administrator of |
the estate of Q. T. Colltue, deceased,
late of Franklin county, Oils is to no
tify all persona holding claims against
his estate to present (ne same to the
undersigned on or before the 28th day
of February 1920, of this notice will be
plead In bar of Ufelr recovery. All
p'ersons indebted^to said estate will
please come fotf&ard and make Imme
diate settlement. This February 27th,
2-28-6t G. B. COLLINS, Admr.
NOTICE OF AN ELECTION IN SAN-1
DY CREEK TOWNSHIP.
Notice is hereby given that, in ac
cordance with the provisions of An
Act of the General Assembly of North
Carolina, Session of 1919, entitled "An
Act to Provide Good Roads in
Sandy Creek .Township, Franklin
County," being House Bill No. 277,
Senate Bill No. 339. ratified February
19th, 1919, and upon the petition of
the duly appointed and constituted
Township Road Commission of Sandy
The Board of Commissioners for the
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
ted to the qualified voters of Sandy
Creek Township the issuance of $60,
000.00 of Road Bonds of said township
and the levy of a special tax to pro
vide for the payment of interest and
create a sinking fund for the payment
trt said bondu, Mu1 Ike puppaaa/af pro .
viding and consti mllng good roado in
said township under the tejteis and
provisions of said special ^ct of the
General Assembly. Said binds shall
run for a period of thirty ?years from
date and shall bear six nfer cent per
annum interes4?.,payable ieml-annual
sembly expressly provides that all
laws in confllct w-it^ ac* are r?~
ppnipr) sn far as same delate to Sandy
Creek Township* and elections oft road""
hnnrlg heretofore held In said township
will be annulled by/the carrying or
this election: and provrsion is made
for the payment of Any and all obli
gations made by tile township for
roads out of the firit proceeds of sale |
of bonds under thii act.
J. R. Parrish fs appointed regis
trar and J, J. Cafr and H. P. Speed
I are appointed polHiolders for the said
election. The vming place shall be
at Laurel or Jones' store in said town
ship. and the said election shall be
held and conducted as is provided in
the general election laws of the State.
Those voting fotf the issuance of bonds
and the levy of} the special tax shall
deposit a ballot jupon which there shall |
be written or f printed "For Road
Bonds" and th<Jse voting against road
bonds ami thel levy of a special tax
shall deposit a (ballot upon which there
shall be written or printed "Against
A new regifctration is provided for
under said special act, and the petition
of the Road Commission calling the
election, and ft he registration books
will be kept 4pen for such purpose at
Laurel or Jones store as provided by
law for twenty days, beginning Satur
day, Mar^h 9th. 1919. ana ctosing Sat
urday. March 29th, 1919.
By order jot the Board of Commis
sioners for/Franklin County.
J. P. TIMBERLAKE, Chairman.
S. C. HOLDER, Clerk, 3-7-6t
Pursuant to the powers containede
In a certain note detaining title, given
to the undersigned by Sol Williams
and recorded liy'book 212 at page 313
Franklin count/ registry, default Lav
ing been mad? in the payment thereof
I will on Saturday, March 22nd, 1919,
at 1 o'clock h. m.. at the courthouse
square in Lpulsburg, N. C., sell at
public auctfon to the highest, bidder
for cash, fne black horse about 11
years ol(L/and weighing about 850
pounds, yrhls 24th day of Feb. 1919.
2-28-4tX W. G. ROE.
-One sewing machine motor in goo^d
(condition. Price SiO.OO.
^ . MBB S B. NASH,
3-7-2t R. jif Franklinton, N. C.
SERVICE FIRST SATISFACTION ALWAYS
Owing to our big stock of Enamel,
Porcelain and Tinware, we are
making some special prices
on these goods.
Water Rockets #1.48
Large si/.?- dlsli pans .. $2.00
Bath tnbs JS.OO
Stew pans ....(rum 4S to ?9c
Stew pots (large she).. <2.00
Double Boilers 98c
Coffee pots ? 69c
I)Ish pans .. from 25c to (1.48
Tea Kettles .... 7TTr..^l.4S
Milk coolers 89c
Milk strainer? 20c
UraUrn 15 and 20c
Funnels (all sizes) . .10 to 25c
Fancy cake cutters 5c
Biscuit cutters 5c
Large size spoons 15c
Wash basins 20c
Milk buckets, (with and
without strainers- 35 to 89c
Cake tins .... from 10 to 25c
E. Z. cut tin plates 15c
Milk pans 0 to 25c
Muffin pans 20to 25c
Coffee pots 85c
Quart cups 15c
LOUISBURG, - - North Carolina
WATCH OUR WINDOWS
THAT I ASTS
Among our latest additions to our already large stock
are the following:
Queen /Anne Dining Room Suit.
This is ong of the latest designs out and contains 10
pieces, consisting of Buffet, Extension Table, China
Closet, Serving Table, one Arm Chair and five Straight
Chairs, uphbl/stered in genuine leather.
(! William and Mary Dining Suit.
Another of fashions latest styles, daintily construct
ed, with ill the elegance of the William and Mary per
iod in every piece. Massive china case, spacious Buf
fet, and gracefully formed 54-inch table, which extends
8 feet. /Also large serving table and chairs with gen
uine Spanish leather seats.
A ful| supply of VICTOR and COLUMBIA Talking
J. S. Williams
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING
Louisburg, - - North Carolina