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Classed At Greatest Popular Priced
Orcw On forth
Although net olaiming to be the
greatest In size, the Famous Rob
bins Three Ring Wild Animal Cir
cus which Is scheduled to exhibit
In Roxboro on Monday, Oct. 15, Is
classed as the greatest of popular
priced circuses. Many say that when
you go to the big shows, you can't
see evefythlng?but when you at
tend the Robbtns Circus, although
you don't pay near as much It keeps
you plenty busy keeping your naked
eyes on all the big show. The atr will
be filled with marvelous aertalists,
the ground with daring acrobats. In
the steel arena will be the greatest
of all wild animal trailers "Cap
tain Wallace" who was secured by
Robblns Circus as an exclusive fea
ture, when It was decided to add
wild animals this season. Always-be
fore the Robblns Show 'had <*)ly
circus Attractions, hut this season
the big-steel arena has proven high
ly entertaining ?to "the patrondfee of
the big show, as well as the scores
of newly added domestic animals.
Robbins Circus has even revived
the old time barnyard animal cir
cus?in wsich a troupe of Porcines
(Plney Ridge Razor Back Hogs)
which proves to be a hilarious num
ber In the program. As you know
these beasts have always been known
to be absolutely "unbreakable." The
Robbins trainers with a great deal
of pa'tlence and time educated the
youthful porkers to slide down
chutes, play tetter totter, roll bar
rels, skip rope and do all sorts of
In ,addition there is a prancing
pony drill, riding acts, a herd of
performing elephants, trained goats,
seals, bears, lions, tigers, pumas,.leo
pards. riding monkeys and trained
canines, in fact, every kind of ani
mal and act known to the circus
The circus will be situated at
Broad Street, across from High
Capt. Wallace, One Of The Circus' Features
School, and two performances will
be given at 2:15 and 8 P. M. Free
parking for all.
By Rev. Charles E. Darn
THE CHRISTIAN AND HIS BIBLE
Lesson for Oct. 14th. Acts 8:26-39
Golden Text: Psalm 119-97
The story of Philip and the Ethio
pian is very appealing. The picture
tof the eunuch seated In his chariot
reading the prophecy of Isaiah,
with the apostle beside him in the
act of interpretation, appeals strong
ly to one's imagination.
Now many folk today are quite
as puzzled when they read the Bible
as was this Zthlopian. Their prob-,
lem may be stated as follows. "Why
should we go to the Bible for guid
| ance, a book written centuries ago
when life was so vastly different?
Why not face our perplexities head
on, with, our own vigor of mind and
Prof. Mary Lyman, of Union Sem
inary, has given an effective ans
wer. She points out that the Bible
has the advantage over contempo
rary culture in that it presents the
issues of life in a simple and vivid
form. Our age is enormously con
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CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT
By F. O. Carver, Jr.
Not all the fighting, pro nor con,
is-done on the floor of the House
of Representatives when It comes
to passing important leglsaltion.
Nor is It all done in Washington,
U we can believe newspaper ac
counts of the encounter between
congressman Bob Doughton and
one J. 8. Blalock .on the streets of
Albemarle last Thursday.
Is the NRA headed for the rocks?
Donald Richberg, new chief sup
planting General Johnson, labels as
un ''irredeecent dream" the belief of
some industrialists that permanent
prosperity pan come through the
price-fixing, production - curtailing
method, and advises a return to the
fused and complicated. In 3ible
times folk lived and thought more
directly and naturally than they do
now. It is a genuine help to begin
with a simple, clear outlook of the
Then, .too, the Bible is essentially
picturesque and,dramatic. We.can
easily agree with Mrs. Lyman that
pictures and drama are more con
vincing than argument, however
skilful. Think of the amazing 'suc
cess of the Negro Bible play, "The
Green Pactures," which ran for o
full year and a half in New York
before packed houses.
And we must remember that the
Bible, in striking fashion, combines
successfully the particular and the
universal. Although written thou
sands of years ago from an entirely
different background from that of
today, it is as fresh and timely as
Let us then learn to love the Book
of Life until we can say with a full
heart our Golden Text, "O how love
I thy law! It is my meditation all
Why Hospitals Use
a Liquid Laxative
Hospitals and doctors have always
used liquid laxatives. 4nd the public
is fast returning to laxhtives in liquid
form. Do you know the reasons?
The dose of a liquid laxative can be
measured. The action can thus be
regulated to suit individual need. It
forms no habit; you need not take a
"double dose" a day or two later.
Nor will a mild liquid laxative irritate
The right dose of a liquid laxative
brings a more natural movement, and
there is no discomfort at the time, or
The wrong cathartic may often do
more harm than good.
A properly prepared liquid laxative
like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
brings safe relief from constipation.
It gently helps the average person's
bowels "until nature restores them to
regularity. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin is an approved liquid laxative
which all druggists keep ready for
use. It makes an ideal family laxa
tive; effective for all ages, and may
be given the youngest child.
old competitive system. Whether a
change in policy means that the end
of ti\e NRA la In sight or not, two
things are apparent: 1. The codes
of fair competition have done much
to restore a degree of prosperity to
I the nation, and 3. There have been
| many violations and much eye
winking that have gone unpunished
I since its inauguration. Perhaps it
| has served its purpose, and if so
should be revolutionized into some
thing of a more permanent nature
or filed away in the annals of his
Even the selling of this year's to- 1
bacco crop has its funny side. 'In
, 1932 if tobacco averaged as much
as twelve cents in a day's sale the
warehouseman was, to a degree,
pleased. In 1933 if it averaged as
j much as twenty cents he couldn't
keep from grinning all over him
self when he talked about if And
, just the other day we were talking
,to a warehouseman and in the
! course of-our conversation we asked
him what his house averaged for
that day's Sale. His reply was that
he didrit do so good because his av
erage was just a little better than
! thirty cents. Were we given to moral
, izing we might point out that some
folks never seem to be satisfied, but
the higher tobacco gets, the nearer
alh of piedmont North Carolina and
Virginia will come to beng satsfled.
After all, it's bread and meat to all
Heavy rains have damaged the
Nash County cotton crop and some
, farmers are demanding a re-check
1 of their acreage where compliance
measurements have shown too
| much cotton planted.
Dr. ROBT. F.. LONG
Wllburn & Satterfleld Building
-Main Street - Roxboro, N. C.
B. I. SATTERFIELD
Roxboro-Durham. N, C.
| Roxboro Office ? Thomas & Carvev
Bulldlnsr. In office Monday anr
Durham Office: 403 Trust Build
ing. In Durham Office Tuesday
Wednesday, Thursday and Fri
day each week
DR. G. G. VICKERF
Office at residence, on Route No
144, near T H. Street old home
Office oyer Thomas & Career Bldg.
Roxboro, N. C.
DR. J. H. HUGHES
Office In Hotel Jones, next door
to Dr. Tucker's Office
Dr. | D. BRADSHER
Office oyer Wllburn & Satterfleld's
Repair your shoes and repair your
chairs. Under Wllburn & Satterfleld
All Price Records for the Season were broken on
the Oxford Tobacco Market last week, and the prices
this week indicate that the average will be still higher.
Now is a good time to sell all .grades of tobacco,
and if you haven't Tried the Oxford market, you will
profit by selling a load here, and see for yourself
that OXFORD SELLS TOBACCO HIGHER.
MANY FARMERS AVERAGING $50
AND MORE FOR THEIR ENTIRE
Oxford Is The Only Market In The
Middle Belt With Government Graders
Oxford Warehousemen. Bankers And Merchants Invite"
You To Sell Here, And Will Do Everything In Their
Power To Make Your Visit Both Profitable
? st - And Pleasant.
Having this day qualified as Ad
ministrator. of Mrs. L E. Bray, de
ceased, late Of Person County, thirf
Is to notify all persons having
claims against said estate to pre
sent them to the undersigned on or I
before the. 3rd day of October, 1935, |
or this notice will be pleaded in bar i
of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please
make immediate payment, r . -
This October 3rd., 1834.
Shirley Bray, Administratrix.
Nearly 300,000 tons of cotton were
grown In Brazil this year.'
government finances for
the last year show a surplus.
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GREATEST POPULAR PRICED
CIRCUS ON EARTH
Ticket includes a good seat in the
main Circus Tents.
Circus Across From High School