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ITEMS FROM FOUR OAKS.
Four Oaks, IKc. 5. ? Mr. G. K. Mas
sengill spent Monday in Richmond,
Va*. buying goods.
Mr. Reid Adams, who is in school
at Aurelian Springs, spent last week
here with his mother, Mrs. C. R.
Mr. S. W. Brcwn spent last week at
Havelock with a party of friends hunt
ing and fishing.
Mr. Tom Canaday spent Sunday in
Benson with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levinson, of
vCoats, spent Saturday and Sunday
here with Mrs, Levinson's mother,
Mrs. E. Creech.
Messrs W. R. Keen, Daltcn Lee and
W. E. Barbour spent Thursday in Ral
eigh on business. .
Mrc. Joe Austin is sp -nding ". week
in Clayton with relatives.
Mr. Bobbie Adams, Principal of
Aurelt.m Springs Springs High Sc hool,
spent Saturday and Sunday here with
his mother, Mrs. C. R. Adams.
Messrs W. M. Barbour and John
Mi.?Eengill ar.- home from Camp Jack
son this week, shaking hands with
their many friends.
Miss Mattie Pierce, of Kenly, ic the
guest of her sister, Mrs. W. R. Keen.
We rigret to note that Messrs I). H.
Sanders and J. T. Cole are confined to
their beds with rheumatism.
Miss Flora Strickland, of this p'acc,
and Mr. Walter Keen, of Coats, N. -C.,
mote rod down to Benson Thanksgiving
evening rnd were quietly mrrrted in j
the presence of a few relatives and
friends. We wish for them prosper
ous and h.* ppy life.
Mrs. W. C. Boren, Jr., and Master
W. C. Boren, 3rd, have returned to
Greensboro after visiting Mr. and Mrs.
B. P. Adi.ms for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. William McDonald,1
of Durham, spent the week-end with
their brother, Mr. 3. B. Adams.
Mrs. Ifula B. Carr, of Sun Francisco,
jCal., is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. B
j Adnms. Mrs. Cr.rr has spent five
years in the West for climatic condi- (
tions for her Bon, who is i)ow well and
strong, and belongs to the Oregcn
Coast Artillery. After her visit here,
J Mrs. Carr will spend a month in New
York and rteurn to San Francisco.
Miss Florence Adams, of Greens
boro College for Women, spent
Thanksgiving home with her parents.
Miss Margaret Pou spent the week
end with Miss Forence Adams.
Mr. B. B. Adams left yesterday for
Greenville, N. C., to attend the Annual
Conference of the Methodist church,
which is in session there.
The knitting Club of the Four Oaks
Red Cross has a number of sweaters
on the way, which they are very en
thusiastic over, hoping to make a few
of the soldier boys more comfortable
| as the days grow colder.
LOST MONDAY AFTERNOON
I lost one pocket book in the alley
back of the Cotter-Underwood store,
or on my way to the Smithfield Hard
ware store, containing between $10
and $15 and one receipt signed by R.
A. Bain, Junior Order fees for Henry
Lee. Please return same to Herald
officc and get reward for same. Addi
NOTICE TO ANY SCHOOL, OR
Sunday school that's going to have
a Christmas tree. We have thous
ands of useful articles from 5c to
1.00. Smithfield 5, 10, and 25 cent
Of course you have pledged yourself lo aid in Food
We can help you Materially.
We are prepared to buy all <?f your PRODUCE.
We will pay you the highest market price fur all our Chickens, Ej^s, and
other country produce.
Don't let ANYTHING to waste this year. Save it all. We'll help
you turn it into cash.
4(?Vi acres, about twenty-five acres cleared, good
dwelling and out houses, one tobacco barn, and one small
frame pack house. This farm lies mostly on good public
road, about five miles from Selma in one of the best
farming sections in Johnston County, near good schools
and lodges, for both colored and white people.
Terms to suit purchaser. For further information and
demonstrations, apply to the
Farmers Mercantile Co.
Selma, N. C.
We have our Furniture space filled with the best bar
gains in both prices and values, consisting of all styles
of Furniture from a 50-cent Kitchen Chair to the finest
Parlor or Bed Room Suit. The Furniture is new, as most
of it has just reached the store. The prices are
It must go, and you will save some money if you will
investigate the prices and quality of our line of Furni
ture, Mattresses Springs, Chairs, Rockers and Floor Cov
This Great Sale will last ten days only. $75,000 stock
of goods in our four big stores will be distributed in the
homes of the good people of Johnston and surrounding
Counties at Slaughtering prices.
The largest it>ck of goods in the County to select from. We have the
largest stock of Ladies Coat Suits ever shown in this section- -700
coats and suits to select from. Everything in our Four Big Stores goes in
this Sale? -Not one thing will be reserved?Everything Goes---Price no
Object- --Profit Entirely Forgotten---Money is Master of the Situation.
All Cotton Goods Must go at Old Prices
Is complete with everything you
may want for Ladies, Misses and
Children at Old Prices.
We have over 2000 Men's Suits, in all styles, Pinch Backs, Belt Straps,
Extreme English and all the latest things for men and young men.
Remember you will be amply repaid for the many miles ycu may ctme to attend this sale.
It will pay you and pay you well to buy these geeds and store them away for later use, as
they will be sold now for less than the cost of the raw material, were they bought today.
Let nothing keep you away?Do not be led away by anyone, but come
where the goods and prices are right.
We Will Refund R. R. Fare for 20 Miles or More.
Bought in Car load lots and can save you many dollars on ycur shoe' billl? All sizes, prices