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AT THE CAPITAL OF BOON HILL.
Princeton, Oct. 10. ? Mrs. Steven
Pittman, of Goldsboro, is visiting Mrs.
W. C. Miissey.
Mr. P. T. Massey, of Wilton's Mills,
rai in town visiting friend* Monday.
Mrs. J. II. Strachan has returned
home, after spending sev. ral d?.ys
with her daughter in Clayton.
Mrs. Newton Whito, of Pollocke
ville, was visiting relative:' in town
this week .
Mr. Osinr Stalling*, of Durham,
was in town Monday attendng the
Cecil Stallings, 17 year sjf ag
died in Baltimore last week of men
ingitis. He was a son of Mr. Ed.
Stalling.^ now a resident cf Garner,
N. C., but formerly cf Princeton.
This young man was brought her:
and buried in the W;>odm< n Ceme
tery, on the 8th instant.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stalling;? were
here nt tin burial of their son Mon
Two Princeton boys nre in the U.
S. Navy ? Log:\n Hastings, member of
the Bi'.nd on Battleship Main-; Cas
pian Holt, third-class electrician on
Battleship Oklahoma. Both vess l:t r.re
somewhere on the Atlantic Ocean.
Death of Mr. W. B. Godwin.
We have just heard of th> d'ath of
Mr. W. B. Godwin which occurred at
his home in Cleveland township on
Thursday, September 27th. He was
horn September 27th, 1H42, and was
seventy-five years old the day he
died. He hud be: n in feeble health
for some time with heart dropsy, but
held up remarkably well and did not
surrender to the disease entirely until
a few days before his death. He was
a faithful soldier through the Civil
War. He had lived in Cleveland
township for forty years. He was a
member of Middle Creek Primitive
Baptist church and had the respect
and confidence of?all who knew him.
He was an influential man in his com
munity. He was twice married. His
first wi/e was Miss Bcttic Stevens,
who died leaving no children. His
second marriage was to Miss Emma
Jones who survives him with five
children. . i
GET YOUR INDIVIDUAL CHRIST
mas cards this season. A nice line
of samples engraved Christmas
cards now at Herald Office. Give
your order early and avoid the '
NOTICE TO STATE FAIR
While at the State Fair at Raleigh
we would like for you to see our ex
hibit of the J. B. Colt Company's
Acetylene Can Plants for lighting,
rooking rnd ironing in country honu-s.
Have sold more than 100 in Johnston
R. B BRICKEY,
J. H. WIGGS,
Smith field, N. C.
My son, Sidney Allen Beasley, age
16 year*, left my home on October
9th, 11)17, without my consent, "fhis
is to warn all persona against hiring
him, feeding him, clothing him, mak
ing tradeb or contracts with him, or
giving him aid in any way?
J. R. BEASLEY.
Smitlifield, N. C., Route No. 2.
LOST OR STOLEN? SEPTEMBER
28th, one black and white spotted
bird dog, medium size. Finder wili
please notify Geo. F. Moore, Ben
Bon, and receive reward.
My son, Lester I). Parker, age 18
years, left my horiie on September 19,
1917, without my consent. This is to
warn alfpersons against hiring him,
feeding him, clothing him, making
trades or contracts with him, or
giving him aid in any way.
Y. B. PARKER.
Dunn, N. C.,. R. 2, Sept. 25, 1917.
I)R. J. F. FOSTER
Physician and Surgeon
KENLY, N. C.
Day Phone 20. Nipht Phone 4.
If you have a farm
you wish to sell
Write or Call
ANCE AND REALTY CO.
Middlesex, N. C.
Seed Wheat, Seed Oats and
Now is the opportune time to sow grain, and I have a
good supply of Seed Wheat, Purple Straw and Leap's
Prolific. Also Oats suitable for fall sowing ? Red Rust
Proof and Appier Oats; Clover, Veteh and Rape Seed.
Also in stock Disc Harrows, one and two-horse Grain and
1 believe it is the patriotic duty of every citizen to sow
all the grain possible now.
W. M. SANDERS
Smith field, N. ('.
At Princeton-Three Days
October 18th, 19th , and 20th.
FIRST DAY? AFTERNOON AND NIGHT.
Helen R. Paulsen, lecturer, using Dolls to represent dif
ferent community characters.
Cap's Orchestra ? Six members ? will give a High-Class
SECOND DAY? AFTERNOON AND NIGHT.
Dr. Alfred W. Hutchins, noted Oratoi^and Lecturer,
and the Chautauqua Art Entertainers. Five young ladies,
who give songs and plays.
THIRD DAY? AFTERNOON AND NIGHT.
Mr. Irvin, Magician and Impersonator.
? The Gypsy Marionettes ? Unique and attractive pro
The people of Princeton and community are fortunate
in having this band of entertainers to be with them for
SEE THE LOCAL MANAGEMENT FOR FURTHER
i - JS -at .
I he Leaders?with the Largest Stock of Goods ever Brought
to Johnston or Surrounding Counties
We can show you over 1500 Men's Suits, of the very latest styles. Over
1000 Young Men's Suits, in the newest and most stylish fabrics, colors
and designs. Over 1000 Boys' and Children's Suits. Can fit the whole
family from the cradle up.
Are in a class to themselves? -the largest stock ever shown in this section.
We have the best line of Shoes that money could buy. We bought them
for less than others had to pay, and can sell them cheaper. Our buyer,
Mr. Charles Davis, saw far ahead the great advance in leather and
bought before the great advance in prices---In Car Load Lots- -direct
from the biggest manufacturers in the United States, which gives our
customers the advantage in buying their Fall and Winter Shoes at Old
Our Dry Goods
Is complete with everything you
may want for Ladies, Misses and
Children at Old Prices.
. ; Our Ready-to-Wear
Is the most complete ever shown here. Coats for Ladies; Coats for
Misses: Coats for Little Misses; Coats for Children; Coats for the whole
family.^ Prices Cheaper than the Cheapest.
? "* ?
We have a Special Line of Ladies' Silk Dresses which we
will sell cheaper than the cost of the cloth alone to'-day.
You can buy one of these Dresses cheaper than you can
buy the cloth and make it yourself.
2 You will be amply repaid for the many miles you may come to do your
3 Fall and Winter shopping at the " Big Four 99 Stores, where goods and
J prices are always right. Dont buy until you see our line ,
The Davis Department Stores
^ . Smithfield, N. C.