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I take pleasure in announcing to m/ friends and the antomobll
Ists generally that I have opened a^arage In the room adjoining
0. W. Ford & son on Nash Street ajul am fully prepared to give yon
the best service on any work yoo'may wish for yonr car at reason
able prices. /
I hare with me as machinist, Mr. J. JL Pleasants, who has had
four years experience in automobile repair work, in the automobile
department of Dupont Works at Hopewell, Va.
.1 will carry all Ford^arts and antomoblle accessories, gas and
oils. I hare lnstallcd/6ie biggest gas tank In the county and will
be In position to serje ug sustomers every day and Sunday.
All work guaran^ed or your money refnnded.
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THE FRANKLIN TIMES
A. >\ iOUSSOJi, Editor and Manager
FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1919.
LOOK AT YOUR LABEL.
We call your attention to
the importance of keeping
a watch on the date of your
i miss a copy of the Franklin
I Times. Under the Govern
ment rulinjrs^ve can't send
| a paper after the time it has
I been paid for expires, and
..there are many expiring
I each week. It "is next to
I impossible for us to notify
! you by letter. Therefore,
i we ask you to look after
! this little matter before
I your time is out.
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Cotton sold for 25 1-2 cents yester
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?See the Orphans at the Opera
House Monday, March *4th.
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?The Oxford Orphans will be in
Loulsburg 'Monday, March 24th, 1919.
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?The Oxford Orphanage Singing
Class wUl appear in the Opera House
in Loulsburg on Monday, March 24th.
Let everybody prepare to give them a,
big welcome. f j
In 14 to 21 Da?r
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPS**' is a specially
prepared Synip Tonic-kJtetive for Habitual
Constipation. It affieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regula/action. It Stimulates and
Regulates, l^ry Pleasant to Take. 60c
Loose quarters may become lost
quarters. Save them by buying Thrift
GIRLS! LEMON JIICF,
IS SKIN WHITENER
How td make a creamy beauty lotion
for u few centu.
The juice of two fresh len^ons strain
j ed into a bottle containing three oun
ces of orchard white nWCkes a whole
quarter pint of the mafet remarkable
lemon skin beautifler af about the cost
one must pay for a siuhll jar of the or
dinary cold creams/Care should be
taken to strain the fcmon Julco thru a
fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets in,
then this lotion Will keep fresh for
months. Every/woman knows that
lemon juice is u/ed to bleach and re
move such blemishes as freckles sal
lown-ess and tali and is the ideal' skin
softener, whi toner and beautifler.
Just try itY Get three ounces of
orchard whi/e at any drug store and
two lemons,from the grocer and make
up a quartir pint of this sweetly fra
grant lemon lotion and massage it dai
ly into the face, neck, arms ami hands.
NOTICE OF SALE OF U. S. GOVERN
The following property of the Unit
ed States Government, purchased for
use of Local Board of FmnMla Coulltv,
North Carolina for which the Govern
ment has no further use by reason of
the cessation of operations bv the
uoarq, ^ hi in- sum iiy authority ot tl^
; secretary ot wnr. for cn?K! to TEe
highest bidder, on sealed proposals
Which will be publicly opened at 11
A. M. on the 32nd day or March. -1019.
Ml UIU 1|U,111*111 III lIBhJILll 11U.I1 II IIM
Franklin (:ou?tyLjecond floor Firm
I National Bank building.
Lift of Pronnrtv
I One UnderVooci Typewriter, one
3x5 1-2 foot Poplar table Six Oak.
split bottomed chairs, one Nickel lamp.
Lot ink padaj One oil heater, Lot waste
paper, estimated 200 lbs.
J Property listed may be inspected un
til Mar. 22nd, 1919. between hours of
10 A. M. and 5 P. M. at Local Board of
Bidders must enclose with bid mon
ey order or certified clu-ck marked
"Bid checK" for the amount of the bid
payable to the order Thos. B. McCargo,
D. O. & Agt. U. S. in N. C.
This check or money order will be
returned to all unsuccessful bidders at
the timd the award is m?<re.
Bidders^ must be present or repre
sented when bids are opened. Success
ful bidders will, upon acceptance of
certified check or money order pre
sentea ii> payment, be furnished with
a receipted bill of sale Riving them ti
tle lit any article awarded to th?>m, and
muslf be prepared to remove any or all
of tie articles awarded to them in the
bidding, which removal must be with
out/expense to iht> Government.
ithe undersigned is rested with au
thority to rejec any or all bids when
in pis opinion the best interest of the
Government may be served thereby.
By authority of E. H. CROWDER.
I Provost Marshal General.
WM. H. RUFFIN,
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MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION
ONE DAY ONLY
Tuesday, March 18
Matinee and Night
?To Hell With
Presented by Screen Classics, Incorporated. Distributed
by Metro Pictures Corporation. Scenario by June
Mathis. Directed by George Irving. Photog
. raphy by George Hdllister. Produced un
der the personal supervision of
Y Maxwell Ivarger.
Winslow Dodge .
Crown Prince ...
.. Walter P. Lewis
Empress .1 Mabel Wright
General Pershing .... t Frank Farrington
Von Hindenburjr .. J .. Emil Hoch
Von Tirpitz L George Trimble
Von Hollweg .. I Carl Dane
Von Mackensen J P. Reybo
Count Zeppelin I Charles Hartley
Councilor .1 W.-J. Gross
Mother Superior .... L - Maud Hill
Wnnnrifri Girl? j May MoAvoy
And Two Thousand Others.
,1. _It tells how the Germans"cIe!^n3?3e3T3aBffl!?war ontne world, and shows the
Kaiser in just the place )rou'd like-t?
2. Forty aeroplanes battle for 1 he supermacy of the air?the largest air fleet ev
er shown in a picture.
3. The story begins with Germa ly's plot to rule the world before the war and
carries on until it has demonstrated just how it is possible to win the war through air
4. Patriotic features abound throughout the pcture.
5. One of the principal roles is iaken by John Sunderland, a Belgian aviator,
who was wounded many times in aii" battles at the front.
6. It employs a cast of seventeen principals and over two thousand extras.
7. Shows how American aviators could captture the Kaiser.
8. Details how an American girl put an end to the Crown Prince.
9. Shows how we are fighting to win the war in the air, arid is therefore, in full
accord with the sentiments of the United States Government.
10. In it are lifelike characterizations of the men who have made America famous
and Germany infamous. *
1. Features Lawrence Grant as the Kaiser and Olive Tell as the American girl.
12. "To Hell With the Kaiser" is a picture that every red-blooded American
should see and will be mighty sorry to miss. |
Matinee 2:30 P. M. 25c To All
Night 7:30 P.M. 50c To All