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READ PRICES BELOW CAREFULLY AND COME EARLY
AS BIGGEST BARGAINS ALWAYS GO FIRST
Misses' Qua Metal and Patent Oxfords
and Pumps; |2.50 and $3 grades.
June Clearance Sale
. WHITE ENGLISH SHOES
Ladles' White High-top English shoes;
$4 values. Jut>e Clearance Sale 93.4a
LADIES' WHITE PUMPS
Every woman wants a pair ol White
Shoes. We are offering white Ox
fords and Pumps all good styles and
sizes, less than wholesale price.
June Clearance Sale $1.98
6BEY KID PUMPS
Ladles' Grey Kid Pumps; 17.50 and $8
values June Clearance Sale $5.95
MABY JANE PUMPS
Misses' and children's Mary Jane
? Pumps; onestrap patent leather and
dull kid; $2.50 values June Clear
ance Sale ?1.95
EDWIN CLAPP SHOES
And Oxfords for men; $10 and $12 vaf
ues June Clearance Sale .... $8.00
EXTHA SPECIAL 0* SHOES
190 pairs Ladies' "Queen Quality" Ox
fords and pumps offered. June Cle
arance Sale Price ,at pair ... .$1.95
Black Gun Metal, Priced $1.85
Black patent, priced $1.35
Black and tan; sizes 2 1-2 to 6; $4.50
values June Clearance Sale .. $3.50
MEN'S WHITE OXFOBDS
Men's White Canvas Oxfords; $2 val
ues. June Clearance Sale $1.50
Extra special lot of the season's new
est high and low-heel Pumps; $3 val
ues June Clearance Sale .... $2.45
Ladles' High-top White Canvas Boots;
$3.50 values. June Clearance
MEN'S COOL CLOTH SUITS
About twenty-five of them; worth $15
to $18. Our June Clearance Price,
Five hundred pairs men's black and
white Tennis Oxfords. June Clear
ance Sale 59e
LADIES' WHITE TENNIS OXFOKDS
Our regular $1 25 vaiue3 June Clear
ance Sale 98c
LAD1S' WBITE CANVAS OXFOBDS
Our regular Dress Oxfords; regular
price $2.50 June Sale Price tl.95
One small lot Kimonas, priced up to
$2.50 each June Sale Price each $1.48
LADIES' HOUSE DHtSSES
Mostly small sizes 16, 17 and lS'a;
worth double what we ask. June
Sale Price 98?
Slightly soiled; about 50 of them In
best quality Middy Twill June Sale
Price each 98c
LADIES' SILK PARASOLS
About 100 of them; priced up to $5.
June Sale Price, each $1.00
WHITE CBEPE-DE-CHpiE WAISTS
Forty; all wlilte crepe waists; regular
$4.50 and $5 waists slightly soiled.
June Sale Price- 12.85
Silk Remnantj, voiles. Lawns and Lin
ens Suitings. Entire lot. June
Sala Price Hall Price
One lot children's Raincoats; slzes-up
to 14. Values up to $8;50r June
Sale Price, each $1.00
About flfty In the lot. A good buy tor
fall school wear. Values up to $5.
June Sale Price $8.(5
Blacks, Browns and Grays and values
up to $10 June SalePrlce .... $<.95
LADIES' WHITE CANTAS PUMPS
Both high and low heel and values up
to $3. June Sale Price .... $1.95
LADIES' COOL CLOTH SUITS
About 20 of them. Priced $12.50 and
$15. June Sale* Price $7.95
FIFTY MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS
In sizes 34 to 50, in a variety of pat
terns. June Sale Price, each $7.50
BOY'S KNEE PANTS
Big lin? of Boys Knee Pants; both light
and dark colors. June Clearance
Price "1 78c
85 MEN'S ALL-WOOL SEBGE SUITS
Mostly small sizes and up to size 36;
regular $25 value. June Sale
WHITE VOILE WAISTS
One hundred ladles- beautiful new Voile
waists all sizes June Sale price 91.25
18 MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS
Mostly large sizes. June Clearance
Price suit >: ... .... $8.50
B. V. D. UNDERWEAR
Known from coast to coast; Shirts and
Drawers 60c values June Sale
Price .?m-.?r.. ? 50?
MEN'S 8TBAW HATS
300 Men's Straw Hats; values up to $3
June Sale Price, each 50c
MEN'S PA?AMA AND MILAN 8TBAW
About 50 of these Rvalues up to 15.
June Sale Price each $1.00
Ladles' Georgette waists m whites,
blacks and full range of colors. Our
regular $5 grades June Sale
1'nce V ....$3.95
HEN'S GAUZE SHIRTS AND PASTS
.'.boo' tu pairs, assorted sizes; regular
SI values June Sale price pair. .$1.50
MUVS AND BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS
Every size up to 17. and values up to
S3. June Sale Price 75c
MEN'S ALL-WOOL SERGE PANTS
About 20 pairs; regular prios SB. 60
to 1?. June Sale Price ..., $4.9o
MEN'S SIMMER UNDERWEAR
Entire lot to go; Shirts and Drawers;
75c values June Sale Price .... 50c
100 Mei?'s Tan Raincoats; values up to
17.50 June Sale Price $4.95
This will be your opportunity to buy and save for fall use a great many things that will be more than double our price. Thousands of articles that we wil
close out at less than actual cost. Take a day off and visit this great sale, then do your neighbor a favor and tell him about this Great June Clearance Sale.
P. S. & K. K. Allen's Old Stand Louisburg, North Carolina
NOTICE. . ?
Having qualified as executors of the
estate of J. W. Sledge, deceased, late
'of Franklin County, this is to notify
all persons holding claims against the
saitl estate to present the same to the
undersigned on or before the 12th day
(of June 1920, or this^iiotice will be
plead in bar of thefr recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please come forward and make imme
diate settlement. Thins Jnne 12. 1019.
T. H. SLEDGE.
J. O. SLEDGE.
No Wsrms in a nealthy Child >
All children troubled with worms have ao un
healthy color, ^hich indicates poor blood, and as a
ire or less stomach disturbance.
ESS chill TONIC 8ivcn regularly
ks will enrich the blood, im
i* and act as a General Strength- j
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or'dispel the worms, aod th^Chilil wi'.lbe
in perfeot health. Pleasant to take, bottle. 1
at Lower Cost
Lalley-Light actually costs less than poorer light.
It costs less because of the time it saves and the labor it
It costs less because it gives better light for after-night
Because it makes the home more cheerful.
Because its electric power runs the churn, and the separator,
and the womtn can do other needful tasks.
Because it enables you to have running water in house and
Consider Lalley-Light as an economy, and ycu will not be
wrong?as owners' testimonials show.
Call for the book of these letters, and for a free demonstra
Plnnt ?a 27 inches long.
14inrh<*B wide, 21 inche* high_
R. I. MITCHELL Local Dealer, BUNN, N. C.
Having qualified as administrator of
the estate of Mrs. A. P. Hedgepeth.j
deceased, late of Franklin County, this
is to notify ali persons holding claims ;
against said estate to present them to,
the undersigned on or before the 20th !
day of June, 1920. or this notice will I
be plead in bar Qi tlieir recovery. All i
persons indebted to said -estate will
please come forward dtid mak?' imme
diate settlement. This June i'6. 1919.
friHr +* iN.Hiaiiitiyimi.^ir.T...
North Carolina In Superior Court
Franklin County Before the Clerk
Thomas E. King. James Louis Kine. j
and wife; Nina King.
Vs. " . j
Sarah Perry and husband. Bartlett
Perry, Ella l\?rry ana husband.
Theo Perry, Mattie Perry. John
Blount King, Bessie Richmond
King, and Florence King,
the last named being a
The defendants, Ella Perry and hus
band. Theo Perry. Mattie Perry, John
Blount King, Bessie Richmond King
and Florence King, above named, will
take notice that a special proceedings
entitled as above has been commenced
in the Superior Court of Fr?mklin
County for the partition of a certain
parcel or tract of land situare in the
town of Louisburg. the aroresaid coun
ty, said tract being known as the An
gy King May lot; and the said defen
dants will further take notice that they
are required to appear before the Clerk
of Superior Court of said county, on
the 21st day of July, 1919 at the court
house of said county in Louisburg. N.
C. to answer or demur to the com
You Do More Work,
You are more ambitioup and you get more
enjoyment out of everything when your
blood is in good condition. Impurities in
the blood have a very Repressing effect on
the system, causing Weakness, laziness,
nervousness and sickness.
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
restores Energy nnd vitality by Purifying
and Enriching the Bltod. When you feel
its strengthening, invigorating effect, see
how it brings color to^the cheeks and how
it improves the appetite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
GROVE S TASTELESS Chill TON.:
is .not a patent medicine, it is simp!;
IKON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.
So pleasant even children like it. The
blood needs Quinine to Purify it and IRON
to Enrich it. TTiese reliable tonic prop
erties never fail to drive out impurkies in
The Strength-Creating T nwer of iiROVLT
TASTLLLSS Cluil TONIC has rnrule it
the favorite tonic in thousands of t.i.inesv
More than thirty-f?vc yi ?rs ni9>.
would ride n long distance to get GRO\ K'b
I TASTELESS Cii.il TONIC v. hen a
' rnemlier of their family 1?.'L^#*vnr'a or
i needed n IxKly-buildrnji. strong! !:-Siviv
I tonic. The formula is ju?t ttye ivr'.c t*?
I day, and you can get i*. from any t.
I store. ROc per tn^tl.c- ?
plaint in said petition or the plaintiffs
will apply to the Court for relief de
manded in said complaint.
This the 26th day of Juno. 1919. 1
J. L. PALMER. j
6-27-4? Deputy Clerk Superior Court.
^Having qualified as administrator of
theSpstate of David Eaton- deceased.
Isgr Franklin County, runice is jierc
against said estate to nfesent theift to;
the undef signed on orvoefore the .29th !
day of May, 1920. oy this' notice will I
be plead in* bar of tideir recoeyrv. All |
persons indebted yb said estate wjll
please come forw/rd and make imme*
diate settlement/ This Mar 29. 1919.
WALTER WRIGHT. Adm'r.'
. The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
Because of Its tonic'and laxative effect. LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets) can be taken
by anyone without causing nervousness or ringing
in the head. E.W. GROVE S signature on box. 30c.
Having qualified as administrator of
(the estate of Mrs. Mariah Horton. de
ceased. late of Franklin County, this
|is to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of the said deceased
to exhibit them to. the undersign at
Louisburg. N. C., on or before the
lSih day of June 1920, or this notice*
j will be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery. ..All persous indebted to said es
tate willvolease make immediate pay
? UPW l Ul I'lljwif?H IIHI wmWIMElS.
. MHSj PATTIE S. PITTMAN.
Administratrix of Mrs. Mariah Horton
HabituaJ Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FQF WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
'Constipation.. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates. Ver^ Pleasant to Take. 60c
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NEW INTEREST PERIOD
JULY 1ST, 1919.
Deposits made in our Savings Department will
bear interest at the rate of 4 per cent compounded
Interest will be credited to your account July 1,
and all deposits made by July 5th will bear inter
est from July 1st,
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