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John W. King
To My Friends
I take this method of announcing to you that I have
associated with me Mr. "Wilmot Brown, and have open
ed a complete line of Heavy and Fancy Groceries,
Feeds and Feed Stuffs in the old City Market build
ing on the corner of Xash and Spring Streets, where
we will be glad to have you~call to see us.
A. W. PERRY JR,
Report of the Condition of
THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
At Louisburg, in the State of North Carolina, at the
p i <isp or bushiest, Maii'li 4.1010. ________
Loans and Discounts I26S.032.32
Overdrafts secured 22y7l5.3S; unsecured 5,976.37...., 28.691.75
United Slates Bunds and Liberty Bonds .44.540.00,.
Banking Houses, furniture and fixtures 7,500.00
Demand Loans .. <il,4b&.23
Due from National Banks 61,641.54
Due from State Banks and Bankers 323.85
Cask Items held over 24 hours .... 210.93
Checks for clearing 17,757.47
Gold Coin 322.50
Silver Coin, including all minor coii> currency 3,285.60
National Bank Notes and other U. S. Notes 9,618.00
Town and County Orders .* 11,655.59
Bills of Exchange 5,308.66
1918 War Savings Stamps S26.00
TM-iT. Vai 44
Capital Stock paid in $50.000.00
Surplus Fund 10,000.00
Undivided Profits less currciH expenses and taxes paid 8,565.93
Bills Payable 30,000.00
Deposits subject to check 234.846.21
Demand Certificates of Deposit 20.390.83
Savings Deposits 128.577 80
Cashier's Checks outstanding .... . 3.786.43
Certified Checks 558.47
Du<- to National Banks 3,796.77
Due to State Banks, Bankers, and Trust Companies .. 1,000 00
Total : $491.522.4 4
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA?County of Franklin$ ss:
I, M. S. CLIFTON, Cashier of the above named Bank, do
Is true to best of my
knowledge and bel let
M. S. CLIFTON/Cashle^"*1"*
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 19 day of March, 1919.
H. M. STOVALL| Notary Public.
L. L. JOYNER,
JNO W. KING,
J. M. ALLEN.
STILL HOLD GOOD
Earnest Request is Made to
All ^Subscribers to Redeem
Promptly Their War Say
Pledges made to invest In War Sav
ings Stamps have been automatically
extended to 1919 by the government,
which has made official announce
ment that person8 who, for any rea
son. did not complete their pledges
by December SI. 1918, may and are
expected to liquidate these pledges fry
Investing in War Savtngs. Stamps of
the new 1919 issue.
The 1919 War Savings Stamps are'
blue In color and a trifle smaller than
those issued last year. They bear s
likeness of Benjamin Franklin, the
apostle of thrift and economy. The
1919 War Savings Stamps which yield
their owners focr per cent Interest
compounded quarterly, may be obtain
ed from any postoffice, bank, or othei
Thrift Stamps and Thrift Card?
used last year remain In use during
1919, and filled Thrift Cards, that la
Thrift Cards on which sixteen Thrifl
Stamps have been affixed, may be es
changed for 1919 War Savings Stampi
upon the payment of the few add!
tional cents which represent the d if
ference between the price of Wsj
Savings Stamp and 14. the value ol
the sixteen Thrift Stamps.
Purchasers of 1919 War Savlngi
Stamps should bear In mind that 191!
War Savings Stamps are to be afftxe*
only to 1919 War Savings Certificates
Although one may have a 1918 Wai
Savings Certificate (the parchmen'
on which War Savings Stamps are af
fixed.) which has unfilled space on it
such 1918 certificate should not havi
1919 War Savings Stamps pasted or
It; nor should 191S War Stamps b?
placed on the new 1919 War Saving?
Certificate. Keep the two years sep
MUST MEET EVERY DEBT
The war will not be over uo-*
til the United States Govern
ment has honorably met every
commitment made tn order to
win the war.
Secretary of th?? Treasury.
LIFT OFF CORNS!
Apply few drops then lift sore;
touchy corns off with
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
Freezone on an aching corn, instantly
that corn stops hurting, then you lift
it right out. Yes, magic!
A tiny bottle of Freezoise costs hut a
few cents at any drug ?tore. hut is suf
ficient to remove every hard corr>, soft
co?*n, or corn between the toes, and the
calluses, without soreness or Irritation.
Fitezone is the sensational diseov
11 t q Cincinnati genius. It is won
derful . "
Is there any one great principle, any
universal law. which reaches over the
whole course of a man's life, which
holds good a lik* in all its parts, and
under all conditions? Yes, indeed:
"Not to do mine own will, but the will
of him that sent me."?F. Paget, y/
The Strong Withstand the Winter
Cold Better Thau t bo Weak
You mast have Health. Strength and En
durance to fight Cold*. Grip and Influenza.
When your blood ia not In e healthy
condition and doea not circulate popsriT.
your system la unable to wlttwand the
aROVE'S TASTELESS Cb* TONIC
Portlflee the System Against Golds. Grip
and InSoenza by Purifying and Esrlchlng
b con talna the well-known toole prop
ertlee of Qninine and Iron ia ? form
?""ftMmutw nrr stomach,
iiiil Tl i'iTill i
iu Strengthening. Invigorating Effect. 60a
Every year thmiKandn of people
work more than a third of every day
on ground that produces nothing.
The Only Uiche?.
The only riches one possesses Is
what one gives.?Martlalis.
FOR SALE. .
| Two 1917 Ford Roadster Bodies, in
cluding windshields and tops. First
.check for $60.00 will get either of them
P. 8. & K. K. ALLEN.
To everybody buying goods cheaper than
I sell them, or will pay them a profit on
what they buy. : : :
The Store that saves you money.
C. C. Hudson Company
LOCISBUEG, NOKTH CABOLI5A
better if it's
ORDER NOW AND AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT
F. S. ROS TETTt^7tNtreOMPAN?-~
Norfolk, Va., Richmond, Va., Tarboro, N. C., Chariotte, N. C., Washington, N. C.,
Columbia, S. C., Spartanburg, S. C., Atlanta, Ga., Macon, Ga., Columbus, Ga.,
Montgomery, Ala., Baltimore, Md., Toledo, 0.