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WELDON, N. C., THURSDAY, XOVEMHElt I.'}, I91it
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bxact Copy of Wr«ppef.
Bargains for You
Besi Paieni Flour
W. T. PARKER & CO.,
Wholesale Cash Store
1 know that this day will never
come again. Therefore I will
make ii (he best day in which I
have ever lived.i
I know ihai happiness is a thing
within, .md that it is ulw’ays in the
worKI and very near lo me. I
know I hav'e but to search for it,
and that as soon as 1 begin to hunt
ill our, I have if Also, I know
that as soon as I get happiness and
begin to give it aw’ay it comes back
double—and more ~to me. I know
1 know that work is a stimulus
and that it heeps ihe world alive
and moving. I know- people who
work with love in their hearts and
interest in their brains are the real
doers and benefactors of mankind.
1 know that I can be a doer and a
I know that life is exactly what
I make ii. 1 know that other peo
ple. and other forces, can inHu-
ence my life and work only as I
folloo' it. 1 know that I am young
if I live youth; ! know that I am
happy if I live happiness; I know
that I am worth while if 1 attempt
and accomplish worth white things.
1 know that the greatest thing
I can ever do is to do my best at
all tunes and under every circum*
l,.ady In Chkatcu Telegraphti fo Ar
Uea>l Mrn. IMiillips’ win'; ‘•YoupH’h
Kxterminalor Co., \Vi‘nltielU, X. -I. ItuHh
$S worttiof U.\T-SN.\1’. ” I-atcr received
folluwiii>r IfUtT, UAT*SNAI‘arrived. It
rid our hoiit«'of rat« lu no lime, .luttl
jnoveii hpn* from Pa,. whcr»*lu»e»l KAT
SS.\r wit)) renults.”
'I’hrft* SizeH. iic. an*liil.
SoUlauU gimraulefit l>y I'leree-Wijite-
tu-ad itanJwari* ' o., Weftloii.
Samson might have escaped with
his hair had not that female barber
ulked him to sleep.
''lift OFF COKNS!
WBLOON, N. C.
Di:!oa Lmber & Millwork Go.
Weldon, N. C.
VulKTing Material for Modern Homes, Sash, Doors
Blinds, Mantels, Door and Window Screens
MADE TOOKDKK ami HKIil'l.AR.'iTOl'K SIZKS.
Oood Materials, HiKh Grade Workmanship Our Slogan
iiiii iSSliS SSSSSi-8S?S||,
Apply few drops then lift sore,
touchy corns off with
Safe Drinking Water from Cisterns
When Welt Conitiucted, Well Operated and Equppad With
Filter, They Fumiih Valuable Supply for All
(By UniUd StaUs L>*partiiient of Agriculture.)
Nntwithstnndinp tho nprlnufi ohJ(>rttoiiR (n rtatora water for alt bou«t>hii(d
use, tlmrmjghly Wfll-cnnstnjpted, w^l-operated ctgterns are a boon, and thetf
mor<* uh»* U uriJiMl.
VltHl fwifurp* Ilf H r'lHh-rn from which l})p wnter noppty Is obtained are!
Ahnoluto wttH'r-tlirhtnPHw. tftp, Ktdew and bottom, and cloHe screening of Inlet
and wimti* provision f»»r fx<'ludln>r from the rlntem the first portion of
etu't) niiiifnil tiiitll the roof or other f'tdleotlni; itrea has become rtnseit thur*
nUKlily; a fl««i-flHKs tllter of elwin. u»»Jl-Beh*cred sand and thoroughly luirned
< }iiir<‘oH}. 'J‘h»* ftt>w la the fllter «hou)iJ |m» downward, anil the top area of the
t1lt(>r lied :iiid tin- late of flow lo the li«>d ouiHt t>e so harmonised and regulated
that slow. (‘fTei'tlv«> filiratlnn (not riipid Ptrnlnliig) 1m Herured. A wustv pipe
should bo provldetl which reinitvea flurplUH lnfl»»w from the bottom of the ctih
tern wht're ImpurltleK tend nuturaUy to settle. Periodic end thorough cleaning
of the c’iMterii and titter la net'ei^fiery. From time to time the rtoggeil sand
ahuuld be inked or removed from the Alter und the dirty charcoal replaced.
Tlie practice of throwing charcital Into clNterus to absorb the odura of
decuylug orgunic matter Ik of little advantage. Boiling cistern water, or
‘'doslin»'' It with oliemlcaia to Hterlllze it, although safe precautions. Injure the
\ flltor-Tost, 916a.
lo^fittsd or ]arife tank; B, tJght . ,
n cock: K. \>>nch unton; F, %-inch brass or galvanlied pip*.
erlianKlng cover; filter box may be wood. Iron, brick or con-
art(e>f)lze vitrltleil plp«: H, 24‘inch layer flne sand; I, ilx-lnch
By trading at home and
gtlll be a booster for your
Many Bargains in Sum-
The very newest styles in Organdies
Qeorgettes and Crepe-de-Chine. ^
We have a complete line of Ladies and
t&H Qentlemen’s Furnishings.
I A- STAIHBACK, g
The Busy Store
WELDON. N C ^
There is nothing more
appetizing than a slice of
our choice |iani. We have
anything you may want
In the line of meats. All
Kinds dt Canned Qoods
'GOD GEOCERIES build up ihe system, siimulaie ihe brain, and
incretse your capacity to thinli. And riihi thinkine brings best re-
Our prices make you think. Call in to see us.
L. E. HULL,
r OttdMiOT’t Ovcra ifaoM.
tbat corn stops hurting, then you JiU
ii right out. Yes, magic!
A tiny bottle of Freezone custa but a
few ceota at any drug store, but is suffi
cient to remove every bard com, soft
corn, or com between the toes, and the
;;allu«es, without soreaess or irritation.
Freetooe is the seotutiuoal diitcuverv
jf a Cincinnati genius. It ii wouderfuL
Nsflsct of e simple cold is often
the direct cause of pneumor.lx ChiU
drea do not lilce to take nauicating
medictne but do like the jootbin^
s^ct of the eztemal remedy,
lied by rubbing this dclighttui salve
o the chest and under the
N. MMtsfcara, N. C
For Inlant* and Cbildrtn .
In 0«e Fpr 0v«-30 Year*
thus proteottnif the surface Him of mud.
whole«otnene«« of the water and «hfHild he regardPd as emergency measures—
never as NUltable ^ulixtitutex for the lu>Ht posMlhle construction and operation.
If rain water is flltere<J effectively, the keeping qualities will be lni|)roved
and large*Hise<l cisterns niay be uKed. That methml of tiltmtton which reHem-
bles most nearly the slow percolation of rainfjill Into the groand will give the
greatest degre«* t»f iiurlrtcHtlon. Such a filter <‘ao be mnstructed ttdth a barrel
or large galVHiiized Iron tniik. plticed above the ground so It can be easily
eared for. and tilled with soiue sultuhle filtering material. The water as tt
dralus from the roof should paKs through (Ms material befor<> it entem the
cistern, the rate being tcepi down to one pint In four minutes (4T> gailuua In
'24 hours) for each sc(uare foot of ari'fi tn the bed.
SHUd Is one of the iiest and most avBllnhii* filtering materials, and welb
burned charcoal Is niowt useful in removing c«»ior, taste, and odor. Fine sand
reniDveK particieK to u greater extent thiin does coarse xand, hut on the other
bund It <'iogs more quickly. Crushed quHrtz and thoroughly clean pit or t>each
sand, such as Is UKed In tnixlfig mortar, are employed extensively. The size
of the grains should b** quite uniform snd sh*»uld be sueh that all could he
sifted through holes inadt* In a sheet of paper by a medium-sized awl or knit
ting needle. A ilepth of two feet of carefully selected sand free from clay,
loam, and vegetaitie matter, is preferabl<> to a greater depth of sand of indiffer
ent quality. As tiie thtn surface layer becomes clogged with continued use. It
may be scratched or furro\^e<l or a half Inch or so may be scra|>ed off with a
trowel, until eventually the bed Is reduced to 12 or IR Inches In thickness.
The sauil removnl either should he washed and returned, or be replaced with
new sand. It Is advantageous to place about six inches of well-burned char
coal under the two-foot bed <if s*md. Trlple-hurne<i, trlpl«-gr<fund wood
charcoal, the pieces averaging the size of wheat grains, has giveti excellent
results und costs nonualiy about 00 cents a bushel, in sacks, at kilns In eastern
Mr. P. LaOuke. Farmer. *‘Says,
'*Vuu Bet Kats Can Bite
“1 had feed bins iinetl with zinc last
year, rats got through pretty mooo. Was
out$lS .\ 1^1 pkg. of UaT-SN.\I‘killed
so maoy rats, that I’ve never lieen with
out it since. Our eotlie dug nevei touch
ed K.Vr-HNAl‘.” You try «t.
Three Sizes, -‘MJC. and $l.
Sold and guaranlfedby l*ierce-\Vhite-
heatl llilw. i!o., Weldon
A man is never in love with a
woman until he begins to tell her
A Rat Tliat Didn't Smell Alter
Being Dead for 3 Months.
“1 Hwear it was dead at least tiiree
months,’’ said .lames Sykes, iiutclier,
WeHllieid. N. .1. “We saw this rat every
day. I’ut a cake of K.AT-><NAP behind
barrel. Moutits later my wife asked
about tlie rat. Kemembeied tiie barrel,
looked behind it. There was the rat-
dead, not the slightest odor."
TbreeSizes, 25c., 50c. and $1.
>*old and guaranteed by lMerce*White*
hoad Hdw. Co., Weldoo.
What a beautiful world this
would be ii flowers only grew to
resemble their own pictures in the
TiiKKS IS more (Catarrh in titis section
of the country than all otiier diseases
put together, sud uotit the last few
years was supposed tu be iucurabie. Kor
a great many yearn doctors pronounced
it a local disease aud prescribed iocal
remedies, and by constantly I'ailtng to
cure with local tieatment, prouuunctd
it incurable. Science has proven Catarrh
to be a coDstitutionai disease, and
therefore requires constitutional treat
ment. }|air«Catarrh Medicine luanufac*
tured by F. J. Chaney «& Co., Toledo,
Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on
the market. U is taken internally. U
acts directly on the i)lood and mucous
surfaces of the system. They ofl'er one
hundred dollars for any case it fails to
F. J. t^HENF.Y & CO.,
restiiuooials sent free. Price 76 centa
per bottle. Hold by all druggiats.
Hall's Farailv Vtlls for Constipation
This Means You.
When you get up with a bail taste in
your fuouth, a dull tired feeling, no rel-
isli for food anti are constipated, you
may know that you need a dose of
(,'hamberiain's Tablets. They uot only
cause au agreeable movement ol the
bowels, but cleanse and invigorate the
stomaci) and improve the digestion.
He who laughs last laughs best,
because he knows what tickles
A Good CouRh Medicine for
Mrs. .1. W’. phillips, Kedon, (ia.,
phoned tu.I. Floyd, the merchant
there, for a bottle of (’bambcrlaiii's
Cough K'emedy aud said she had bought
a bottle of it at his his store recently
and that it was doing her children so
much good that she wanted to keep u]>
the treatment. You will llnd nothing
better for coughs and colds in oiiildren
or for yourself. It keeps the cough
loose, expectoration easy and soon frees
the system ft’om the cold.
Many a man climbs the ladder of
fame only to be rewarded with a
good hard fall.
Janies Watson Says, ‘‘I’ll Never
Forget When Father's Hogs
“One morning he found 2U fiogs dead
and several sick. He called in the Vet,
wlio after dissectloga rat caught on t)ie
premises, decided that the rodents had
conveyed germs. iSincethen I’m never
without RAT-8NAP. It’s the surest,
quickest ratdestroyer I know."
Three Sizea, 260,, &C)e. and (I.
Sold and guaranteed by Pierce-White
head Hdw. Co., Weldoa.
A man seldom realizes what a
cold world this is until his credi
tors begin making ii hot for him.
Only A Cold.
Are you ill? is often answered—"Oh,
it’s only a eold.^asifa cold was a mat
ter of little consequence, but people are
beginning to learn that a common cold
is a matter not to be triHed with, that
some of the most serious diseases start
with a cold. As soon as the tirst indi
cation of a cold appears take Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. RezaeiQber that
the sooner you get rid of the eold the
less the danger, and this remedy will
help you throw It off.
ir/i*r«in acisntifictUy s
paelta^es of 30ciimrtit\
in a </*i«ne-p*per-co»
oarfon, tVe atron^ly r«
mmttd thia cmrton foi
home ar office auppi
CAMELS are in a class by themselves—easily the
tnost refreshing, the most likable cigarette you
ever smoked. You can prove thatl Simply compare
Camels pufi-by-puff with any cigarette in the world at
any price! Put quality, Havor and cigarette satis^
faction to the utmost testl
Made to meet your taste. Camels never tire it, no matter how
libefally you smoke them! The expert blend of choice Turkish
and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful—so full-
bodied* yet so fascitiatingly smooth and mellow-mild. Every
time you light one you get new and keener enjoyment!
Freedom from any unpleasant ciguretty after taste or any
unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are
In fact. Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so
many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons,
premiums or gii'ts, You’U prefer Came/ Quality !
Jf the young man means half he ,
says during courtship the girl is!
ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
Ntma Bayeris on Genuine
Taiilpts of Aipir
N'euralgia. Lumbago, nml llheu
Same "Hiiyer" mean<« ^'-nuine AMpiriji
ot Bayer Muiufnct
4oidsit«r of Sidirvllc
The Good Old
that never fails.
pation and Mala
ria. Your Grand
father relied on
better at any price.
of the stomach haa upset mar.y a
night’s rest. If your stomach i.> odd*
disturbedf dissolve (wo or three
on the tongue l>«fore retiring and en«
)oy refreshing sleep. The purity and
goodness of Ki’fnoida guaranteed by
In the Superior Court.
H. 0. Crawley and
r.uiina Walson and her husband and
UNKNOWN CHILU of Ed, Lewis, Klsie
Crawley, L. L. Dickens, Rosa Coley aud
Charlie Coley, Nellie J. Dickens, M. L.
Hux, Irene Huz. FinkieHux. Dora Hux
.Scales and Peter Scales, Zelia Lewis
and Ueorge Lewis, Mary Jackson aud
Will Jackson, John Dickens, Howard
Dickeos, Ruth Dickens and Kuth Dick-
The defendaats, £oima Waison aud
her husband, the UNKNOWN CHILD
of Ed. Lewis, M, L. Hux, Irene Hux,
Finkie Hux, Dora Hux Scales, Feter
Scales, John Dickens, Kuth Dickens,
will take notice that an action entitled
as above baa been commenced in ths
Huperior Court of Halilax t’ounty to sell
a certain tract of land in which the^
are interested for the purpose of parti
tion and the said defendants wilt fur*
ther take notice tbat tbev are required
to appear at the office of the Clerk of
the Superior Court of Halifax County
oa ttte ibth of November, at the
Court House in Halifax County, N. C.,
and answerer demur to the compiamt
in said aotion or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded in
aaid eomplaint. This the 18th day of
S. M. GARY,
Cletk of the Superior Court.
About the first question our salesmen will ask you when you
try on one of our new
Is “How does it feel?" In other stores they asic “How does
it look?“ The dilTerence is that we will first select a hat that
will become you, ami we know that a "Mallory" Hat will look
right, so what we want to know is whether the hat feels right
on the head. Be sure to have a look at our window this week
and come in and prove what we say.
FARBER & JOSEPHSON,
Mens and Boys Outfitters
WELDON. N. C,
The Citizens Bank
HAI IFAX. N. C.
WE invite the people of Halifax and surroundlnic country to pat
ronize this Banii. Why not have a checkInK account ? It is
necessarj' In these times It saves you money, and you have a re
ceipt anainst payments to your creditors. Besides it gives you a
standing In your community. We have every facility known tor
Sound Banidng, and invite you to open an account with us.
The smallest account receives as much attention as the largest
We pay 4 per cent. Compounded Quarterly on Savings.
Come In and talk It over with us. W e need you, you need us.
T 1 ixirxvxi.|
You are Invited to open an account with the |
EflrieLo, fl. c.
'A Per Cent, allowed in the Savings Depart.
4" ment Compounded Quarterly.
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