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"Authorized" Everready Storage Battery Service Station
Before going into this business I first went to Richmond, Va., at the station of
Western Electric Co., Southern distributor for the above battery and under factory
experts, I went through the training of battery repair work to be able to give you
first class work at home without having to send your battery off for repairs.
I have bought the very best equipment on the market and am prepared to repair
any make of battery.
I sell the "Everready" because it is the best battery on the market and the only one
sold on a guarantee which^means one year and six months' of service to you. I will
keep new batteries in^sxock, also complete line of parts, so you can get immediate
serviced New charging outfit just installed which will give day and night service.
Free inspection ofyour battery at any time. Batteries filled with distilled water
free of charge. Besides being able to do your battery work, I have the best equipp
ed shop in the/county and first-class mechanics. I guarantee satisfaction on all
auto work. X. guarantee up-to-daxe valve grinders, operated by compressed air,
carbon burning outfit, light welding, both alumium and casting. Fisk and U. S.
Revere ^nto tires and tubes, complete line accessories, mobile oil, the best on the
fREE/AIR FREE WATER EREE BATTERY SERVICE
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THE TRAVELING MAN'S FIRST AID
This One Found Something That Took
The Misery Out of Life On
Those who travel regularly for bus
iness must be of good disposition and
robust constitution to withstand the
strain of sleeping in different and in
different hotels, eating here and there
and living out of a hand bag. D. E.
Oakes, a widely knowq traveling man
who lives at 312 N. Fofbls St., Greens
hnro has made "IMy^llflg wuie uf a
pleasure, and this is tne wuy tliat he
"Life on the road is easier ^or me.
now, since 1 found a way to keep my-*
self in perfect physical condition. For
"six OT~BTrv<m- ywr?-- I navo carried
around with me a bad caBe of indiges
tion and klOHiacfr trouble.?T wan very
nervous, could not sleep and eating
was out of the question with me, as It
made me sick to look at food. In Pep
lac I found a remedy that gave me re
.Jjef and now I sleep fine .indigestion
, I can eat anything I want
and am^nflrtlWBaflltfjwartf. I consid
er Peplac indispensaDlWll^Bi^jj^iUh
and would never permit myse
Peplac is sold and recommended in
Louisburg at ScogglnB Drug Store,
Winston Blanks Drug Co., Youngsville
T. E. Holding, Wake Forest, and W.
W. Parker at Henderson. Buy a bot
tle today it has helped others and will
do the same for you.
To the Memory of a Good Mam
On the evening of January 22nd,
mD, after a day spent in the usual ac
tivities of life, brother J. *S. Batche
lor died. Apparently In. health ho
laid down to his repose at night. In
* a short time his heart becamc inactive i
and wUh hardly a groan he passed in
to the great beyond.
nrother Batchelor was born Febru
ary 17, 1861, and his entire life was
spent at, or near his birthplace, out in I
the country closo to neturo and to Na- I
turo's God where for nearly threo
score years he felt the touch of the
seasons as they came and went, mak- |
ing up the years of his ilfe.
At the early ago of 17 years he pro
fessed religion and Joined Cedar Rock i
Baptist church whero he remained a
member for some time, doing active
service as a Christian brother. Ho
afterwards removed his membership
. to C'astalia, and later to Red Bud Bap-1
tist church whor<e he remained a faith
ful member until tho tim? of death.
He was for years a consistent mem- j
her of Cedar Rock Masonic Lodge, act
ing as treasurer of the Lodgi; for .a
succession of terms.
I remembor on ono occasion this re-1
mark about Brother Batchelor by a
brother mason, "I would as lieve take i
tWe chance of brother Bid Batchelor I
for Heaven as that of brother G. M.
Dnke." What an expression of confi
dence in the brother's Christianity 1 i
But such was the esteem in which the I
was held by his brethren.
Brother Batchelor was laid to rest j
by his friends and brethren with ma
sonic honors In the home cemetery'
where his father a?nd mother sleep, and
where the sun-beams, peeping over the
old apple tree, will pay upon his last
He leaves a wife and large family of
children and many friends to mourn
I, his personal friend, feel like say
ing in the words of Bryant, that he
"Like one who wraps the drapery
of his couch
About him and lies down to pleas
job t Tvsrnr?
TRY IT! SUBSTITUTE
FOR NASTY CALOMEL
Starts your liver without making yon
wlek Anil can not salivate?
Every druggist in town?your drug
giQt ana ovprvhodvy druggist has no
ticed a great falling off in the sale of
calomel. They all give the same rea
son. Dodson's l^iver lone is taking
its place. /
"Calomel is/dangerous ami people
know it. whil/Dodson's l>lver Tone is
perfectly safifc and gives btetter re
sults," salty a prominent local drug
Olllg^Dodfgon's Liver Tono is pcrson
ail^pJW*??tjyij^very druggist who
sells it. /A largeW!!iii*|||AJiuta few
cents. aJ\d if it fails to
lief in /very ease of liver sluggishness
and constipation, you have only to
ask for your money bacK.
Daflson's Liver Tone 1b a pleasant
tasting, purely vegetable remedy,
harmless to both children and adults. ;
Take a spoonful at night and wake up
feeling fine; no biliousness, sick head
ache, acid stom&cn or constipated
bowels. It doanrt gripe or cause in
convenience aJl the next day like vio
lent calomaK Take a dose of calo
mel today/6iHl tomorrow you will feel
weak, aioK and nauseated. Don't lose
day'a/work! Take Dodson's Liver
Tone Instead and foel fine, full of vi
gor and ambition.
W. 11. Dlcfeernon.
God in his great love saw fit to take
from his home and loves ones, Will
iam Henry Dlckerson, following an
attpfif n? pnanmmia Hf
1919 at his home in Warren- Co. Mr.
Dickerson was 41 years, two months
and 5 days old at his death and leaves
a wife, who was Miss Jennie Dunn be
fore marriage and seven children
namely, Edwin, ^GaraidTiTe, XndreW,
Jessie, May, Elizabeth. Willie Greene
and Annie Belle, age from one to iour
teen years. He was the only child of
Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Dlckerson, of
Warren County, N. C.
He was a prosperous farmer and
loyal citizen and member of Liberty
Christian church. Willie was always
a devoted child, husband and father
to his loved ones. He was laid to rest
on Feb. 16 at the family cemetery
near Epsom. None of his family could
the burial as they were sick
May God comWP^Ia^?j?aved ones
in the dark hour and may "J
ablo to meet him ih a better world.'
"Wo shall meet to part no never,
Safe beyond the swelling tide,
Free from pain and sorrow ever
There vrith loved onos to abide
I must call attention of those who
have not paid their State and Coun
ty Taxes, that the time is running
short, and that to meet the call of
the various Treasurers, they will
have to come forward and pay up.
Give this attention at once.
It A. KEARNEY, Sheriff
by modern methods will be given at Oakhurst, the
farm of Mr. A./F. Johnson, about one and a quar
ter miles south of Louisburg by
The DuPont Company
Wednesday, March 26
This will be a very interesting piece of work and
one might gain valuable information in regard to
the use of explosives for farm work.
Everybody is Invited to be Present