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FROM THE DOOR STEP TO THE ROOFPEAK
BUILDING MATERIALS OF ALL
KINDS-LUMBER - CEMENT - BRICKS
Whether you plan to build, remodel or repair in
"modernizing your home we have first-class materials
of all kinds for the job.... From the doorstep to the
roofpeak we can offer you a wide selection in ma
terials to use. ... You may use our plan books and
learn in detail the exact cost of the materials needed.
... Our service includes the ability to select the proper
materials to do the job at just the price you want to pay.
Roxboro Lumber Co.
Home of Quality Lumber
SATURDAY, OCT. 6, 1934
L MAYONAISE SALE
One Day Only'
8 oz jar Mayonaise . . .
16 oz. jar Mayonaise . .
8 oz.j ar Relish Spread
8 oz. jar Dressing
16 oz. Spread
32 oz. jar Spread
.1? A7 iar Drpssinor
A special demonstration will be made on
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS
Your orders solicited.
SERGEANT S CLAYTON
THE STA-KLEEN STORE ~ THE STORE THAT LEADS
END THEN HE SMOKED
You, too,in those momentswhen you feel tired,cross,dispirited,
will find that Camels give you a delightful "lift" which quickly
dispels fatigue and irritability. It's a "lift" which you can enjoy
?t will, for Camel's costlier tobaccos mtttr jangle the nerves.
kGei a LIFT with a Camel!,?
Hunt For Friend
Of Suspect Held
In Kidnap Inquiry
(Continued from first page)
warkzopf. state police head, revealed.
When Reilley began to scan the
gold note carefuly, Schwarzkopf re
ported, the German carpenter's
companion hurriedly said: "Never
mind," and quickly' proffered the
exact, change.. Hauptmann, who
said nothing, tpok back his bank
note and the men left in haste, not
to return', as promised, for delivery
of the1 wood later in the day.
Isadore Plsch, as well as other
known associates of Hauptmann.
seemed to be eliminated as the
German's companioned the lumber
yard visit, for 8chwarkzopf said
Reilley had been unable to identify
the second man among the photo
graphs of Hauptmann's known
friends and acquanitances.
The linking to Hauptmann of a
mysterious companion who appar
ently knew the former German ma
chin? gunner was allegedly passing
"hot" ransom money headed for the
day a list of developments which
Announcement by Oov A. .Harry
MOore that he. was satisfied from
evidence available that "we can
convict" Hauptmann on a charge o
murder and that New Jersey's in
vestigations in the case would bi
completed "in a few days."
Disclosures by authoriative Nev
Jersey sources that notations in i
; notebook found in Haptmanni
' Bronx home were considered as evi
dence that the Oerman contracto:
, wap_'dlrectly linked with the kid
j Disclosures, by authoriative Nev
j the Lindbergh kidnappers boldl]
j spirited the baby away over thi
' main road leading to the Sourlan<
Mountain estate, rather than througl
the woods in back of the Llndbergl
hoipe theft, as first believed.
New"-. Jersey investigators, Co]
Schwarkjcopf revealed, were in i
rear room of the office pf the Cross
Austin and Ireland lupiber yard ii
the Bronx, "about February 14'
last, when Hauptmann and his as
soclate appeared in the front offlci
I to arrange with Reilley for the pur
chase of the wood panel.
I The investigators were State Po
"lice Detective Lewis Borman anc
Arthur Koehler, wood expert, whi
"happened" to visit the ^rard tha
day in their efforts to trace the woo<
used in the ladder down which thi
kidnappers took the baby from hi
crib. The wood was subsequently
traced to another Bronx lumbei
vard. the National Mill Work anc
Lumber Company, where Haupt
maun, doing odd jobs about the yard
WATKINS & BULLOCK
"Everything To BuUd With"
Misses Margaret Pearce, and Vic
toria Garrett, Messrs. Gilbert an<
Hubert Pearce spent the past'week
end in Norfolk, Va.
Miss Virginia Brandon of Chape
Hill spent the week-end at home.
Miss Isabel deVlamfng left Sun
day for Roland where she will teacl
Miss Helen Thompson left Satur
day for Garfield Memorial Hospital
Washington! D. C., where she wil
enter training for a nurse.
Mrs. Joe Howard of Washington
I spent last week here guest of he:
I mother, Mrs. Minnie Riley.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Allgood spen
t the week-end in Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Lane Patton o
Washington, D. C., spent Sunda;
here guests of Mrs. W. S. Calry.
i Mrs. R. P. Burns and son, Bobby
spent several days last week a
Scottsburg, guests of Mrs. Burns
Mrs. E. V. BoatwrigKt spent sev
jeral days in Richmond this week.
Miss Eleanor Spriggs and Mr
Walter Dodge spent Sunday at Pet
jersburg, Va., with friends.
| < Mr. A. P. Spriggs, of Williams
burg, is spending some time heri
with his family.
| Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Malone spen
1 Sunday at Farmvtlle and Williams
ton with relatives.
Mrs. Wiley Winstead has return
ed home from Watts Hospital.
Mrs. W. C. Bullock and Mastei
W. C. Bullock, Jr., spent Sunday a
Warrenton, guests of Mrs. Bullock':
mother, Mrs. Nannie Moore.
Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Tucker ant
daughter, Mary Jo, of South Boston
spent Sunday here with Mrs. Tuck
er's mother, Mrs. George Duncan.
Mr. and Mrs. Charily Day ant
daughter of Smithfield, spent th<
week-end here with Mrs. Laura Day
Miss Dodge, of Petersburg, Va., It
spending this week here with hei
brother, Mr. Walter Dodge.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Branson anc
son,, Billy, will return to their home
la Durham this week, after spending
several months at their country
home near Roxboro.
Messrs. Gene Thompson and Sam
uel Byrd Winstead spent the week
end in Washington. D. C. They car
ried Miss Helen Thompson with
them, and she entered training In
Memorial Hospital School of Nurs
ing in Washington.
Mr. Bill Perkins of Parmville, Va.,
spent the week-end with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Perkins.
| Mrs. J. D. Perkins, who has been
visiting in Richmond, Va., for the
oast several weeks, has returned
Mrs. R. M. Long is confined to hei
I home on North Main Street. At
this writing she Is reported to be
I resting comfortably.
Mrs. E. O. Thompson will leave
this week for St.. Petersburg and
Tampa. Florida, where she wii
spend the winter.
r-inable. always, of turning edl
torial paragraphs that demand at
' tent Ion, the Greensboro Dally New
1 edttorlla writers have set forth li
3 new emphasis the aDpalllng fact
- about loss of life on North Carollnt
Ten lives have been lost and score.
Injured In our current textile strike
' and, as Tt)e News says, certain fun
I' .damental rights are Involved, an<
5 the public Is perturbed and afraid
'There was talk last week of a stati
of martial law In South Caro
1 llna: troops have been called ou
i In this state.
Ygl_year after year, we go on
1 killing nearly 1,000 persons on th<
| highways. We call out no troopi
1 because of this.
Here agfeln certain fundgmenta
* | lights are Involved. They are th<
rights of people who wish to worl
and to live safely. 'They are tlx
rights of the people to be safe fronr
Irresponsible drivers welldlng th<
t meanest, swiftest weapon of-, peaci
> times?the speeding autonfbblle.,
t .Yet we do nothing about It. We d<
i not even bother to license driven
* as a means of learning why so manj
* highway accidents occur. It seem!
f to take something sensational. Uk<
rjk stolke. to remind us that humar
' lfberfles do exist.?Shelby Star.
( could hjre had access to It.
S The following wedding announcer
ment will be read with interest by
the many friends of the contracting
Mrs. Bertha Lyon Thompson
announces the marriage of
Mr. Glenn "Card well Brandon
on Thursday, twenty-sixth^ of July
nineteen hundred and thirty-foUr
Mr. and J?rs. Brandon will make
their home heijp, where they have
taken aparthiehts with Mr. and~Slrs.
- MISS WII.BCRN ENTERTAINS
* IN HONOR OF BRIDE-ELEoi'
Miss Winnie Wllburn entertained
at bridge last evening at her homo
in honor of Miss Elizabeth Rogers,
bride-elect of this month, and for
mer classmate at Meredith college.
Miss Wilburn was assisted in en
tertaining by her mother.
The guests were invited into the
living room, where fall flowers and
foliage formed a colorful background
for the bridge tables. At the Con
clusion of several enjoyable progres
sions, the hostess presented the hol
t der of the high score and the run
ner-up with" attractive prizes, and
the honoree a piece of silver in her
Later in the evening. Miss Wil
burn, assisted by her mother/served
her guests a delicious salad course
with tea and bon-bons.
MRS. VICTOR KAPLAN
IS BRIDGE HOSTESS
. I Mrs. Victor Kaplan entertained at
bridge at her home on North Main
street Monday night. The entire
t lower floor was decorated with beau
. j tiful fall flowers. Three tables were
arranged for the play. High score
prizes went to Mrs. Ben Thaxton
and Miss Ruth Lunsford. A delicious
salad course was served, consisting
of an egg and vegetable salad with
hot rolls, frozen fruit jello with cake
and hot chocolate.
Little Miss Esther Walker assist
ed in serving the guests.
At a quiet but impressive 6fcrd-?
mony at the parsonage of the Meth
odist church in Halifax. Va? Miss
Vema Belle Day became the bride
51 of Ralph Guy Fox, Saturday morn
lngt September 15th, at 11 o'clock.
The rites were performed by Rev.
C. C. Jones with only a few close
friends witnessing the ceremony.
The bride was lovely In a suit of
[jblue crepe with matching accesso
Mrs. Fox is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs ,E. T. Day. Mr. Fox is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fox, of
near Roxboro, and he holds a posi
? ] tion with E. T. Day, contractor.
Immediately after the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Pox left by motor for
i a wedding trip to points of interest
i in North Carolina and Virginia.
They are making their home with,
I the bride's parents on Front street.
ENTERTAINS AT LUNCHEON
Mrs. W. H_ B>ansdii'?ntertalned a
few friends on Thursday morning
i at a luncheon at her country home
about five miles from Roxboro.
Bridge was the game played at
four tables for several hours after
which scores werC counted and a
lovely tortoise shell compact was
awarded to Mrs. Curtis Oakley for
high and Mrs. Sallie Morris was
presented with a unique gift for
low score. The hostess served a
delicious two course luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. James Arthur Mit
chell, of Ahoskie. wish to announce
the marriage of their daughter,
Mary Emily, to E. C. OBriant, of
Roxboro, Saturday, September 29,
1934. in Richmond, Va. At home,
Wilson, N. C.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Thursday evening, Miss Mary
Hester was hostess to her bridge
club and a few friends at her home
on South Main street. The game was
played at four tables which had
been placed for contract. Hie club
prize, a double deck of cards, was
given to Miss Eglantine Merritt.
Mrs. Burke Mewbome was given a
bo* of dusting powder for the visi
tor's prize, while to Miss Buchanan
was given a newcomer's gift.
RESEARCH CLUB MEETING
The first meeting of the Research
club for the coming year was held
with Mrs. A. S. deVlaming as hos
tess Wednesday afternoon. The
meeting was presided over by the
vice president, Mn. a. C. Davidson,
in the absence of the president, Mrs.
E. P. Dunlap. The club is studying
current books for 1933.
MRS. BO AT WRIGHT HOSTESS
TO BRIDGE CLUB TUESDAY
Mrs. K, V. Boatwright was hostess
to her bridge club Tu**d%y after
noon. The women enjoyed the game
at two tables. When the game had
been concluded the high score ptfae.
? vase. went to Mrs.-J. D. K. Rich
MRS. MALONE HOSTESS TO
HER BRIDGE CLUB FRIDAY
Mrs. W. E. Malone was hostess to
her bridge club Friday evening at
her home on Morgan street. The
game was enjoyed at two tables for
several hours .and at the conclu
sion of the play the scores gave to
Miss Mary Harris the award for the
club, and the visitor's prize was
presented & Miss Mary-muster.
6 6 6
666 Liquid or Tablets Checks Malaria
in Three Days. Sure -Preventative
WE WANT ALL the good "farmers
to send us their seed wheat to
clean free of all charges, as we
want to help them -make a good
crop of "wheat next harvest, and
grind all they want for the best
flour, which we are now grinding
for everyone who brings us good
wheat. And we also make the best
water ground meal, ground on
large Burr Stones driven by the
best water power. This is the best
way to make good, old time, heal
thy, happy, family flour and meal.
Also wholeTwheat flour. This is
good enough to feed a kind, and
all that he rules. Give us one lot
of your grain so we can show you
how good bread we can make for
you. Yours truly,
H. L. and W. A. Carver,
I0-3-4t Rougemont, N. C.
FALL IS HERE in earnest. What
are you going to do with that fall
hat? Bring It "to us and we will
clean t.and block it like new. Even
if you buy a new hat, you need
two, one for business purposes and
another for Sunday. See us to
day. Roxboro Laundry Co., Kirby
Brothers, Props. Phono J57
APPLES?Grimes Golden, Stark De
licious, Smokehouse and other
grades. Fresh vegetables. 5c lunch
for school kids now open for
business. Hobgood Fruit Store,
opposite Wade Grocery Co. ltp
DURHAM SCHOOL OF BEAUTY
1 CULTURE offers complete course
la beauty culture. Very reasonable
rates. Positions secured for all
graduates. Write for particulars.
Durham School of Beauty Cul
ture, 109 Church Street, Durham,
REGISTERED JERSEY HEIFER
calf for sale at a reasonable
price, also seed wheat. See C. R.
Sherman, Timberlake, N. C. 2tp
DON'T YOU THINK that the fall
suit deserves a little considera
tion? Have it cleaned and press
ed before, you wear it after spend
ing the summer put away. It will
be much fresher and look much
better. Roxboro Laundry Co. Kir
by Brothers, Props. Phone 157.
NEW DESIGNS, NEW CREATIONS
in wall paper. Spring goods in
now. D. C. MAY, Durham, N. C.
FOR SALE?Bedstead, wardrobe and
washing machine. Apply to Thad
K. Jones, near Mt. Harmony
HUGH WOODS is the place for ab
ruzzi seed rye, seed wheat, oats,
barley, vetch, clover and grass
seeds, flour, ship stuff and all
kinds of heavy and fancy gro
? ceries. Phone 79. I0-3-2t
STEADY WORK ?GOOD PAY?
Reliable man wanted to call on
farmers in Person County. No
experience or capital needed.
Write today. McNess Co., Dept
S, Preeport, 111.
WANTED?A young lady or young
man to go around with blind man
selling various articles. Good pay
and easy work. See George Hol
aby, at Mrs. Maggie Day's resi
SEND YOUR LAUNDRY TO U8.
Get into that habit this winter.
We do them up right and the cost
is reasonable, within the reach of
everyone's pocketbook. Roxboro
boro Laundry Co. Kirby Brothers;
Props. Phone 157.
FOB SALE?Coca-Cola barrels! $1.25
each, call early as supply Iff lim1
lted. Roxboro Coca-Cola Bottling
Works, Roxboro, N. C.
INTERIOR HOME PLANNING
means more beautiful homes.
Draperies, slip covers, pillows.
Estimates free. D. C. MAY, Dur
ham, N. C. 2-21-2 mo
Here Is how' Thedford's Black
Draught proved helpful to Mr.
Archie W. Brown, of Fort Green,
Fla. : "I havb taken Black-Draught
when I have felt dull from over
eating or eating too hurriedly," he
writes. "Small doses right after
meals rid me of gasee and heavy
feeling. I am a great believer In
f furely Vegetable laxative
/"CHILDBIN LOT THB BTKUV*
There Is A Reason
. The time of year is here and the condi
tions are such, it will pay you to buy
merchandise of better quality.
You usually get what you pay for.' - If
you buy them cheap, they look that way
to..the discerning eye. We sell good things
' front ^head to foot for every member of
It Will Pay You To Trade With Us. Try It.
W ilburn & Satterfield
In the heart of town, in front of the courthouse.
The Record Shows
THAT BUILDING AND EOAN
INVESTMENTS ARE SAFEST
We Solicit Your Savings on the Weekly
or Monthly Installment Plan
50 cents per week will produce $200.00
$2.50 per week will produce $1,000.00
New Series Opens Early In July
ROXBORO BUILDING & LOAN
J. S. Walker, Sec.-Treas.
MEMBER FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK
? NOW IS THE TIME TO SELL! ?
Tobacco is highervYu>w than it has been this sea
son. Our entire sale Tuesday averaged $36.85 per
Here Are Some Of The Sales:
F. H. Carver sold 778 pounds for $331.50,
j averaging $42.66.
Richard Holeman sold 300 pounds for $123.76,
BRING-YOUR TOBACCO TO US!
I. M. Brewer - S. B. Winstead - J. G. Chambers
Main Street Roxboro, N. C.
"Carolina'* Greatest Event"
RALEIGH, OCT. 8TH-13TH
tN. C. State;
6 Gala Days Of Thrilling Entertainment
all mew Features'
unocr DATING TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY
nUlfdC ll A V III U AND THURSDAY
Winter Garden Revue
DA V AND
, _ NIGHT
, World Of Mirth Shows-on Midway
' '? THRII.I ING RIDES?20 SHOWS '
Friday, children's day?sati rday, farmers- dat