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MRS. MOORE, JR.,
stand upright. A druprist rec
ommended Chamberlain's -Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
The fi rst dose relieved me and
with'in twcdavs I was as well as
ever' Many druggist recom
mend this remedy becauso they
know it is reliable. Obtainable
lout- in Plymouth, a q , to tho
South-east corner o Ernest S. Clif
ton's lot on thc.matu rojul from' Ply
moul.li to Koper, tkence' south alori
said toad loo feet to D. O. UnnUley's
line, thou ce westwardly with his line
20C fect, thenee northwardly with 1).
O. Brinklcy's line "100 feet toI'i. S.
Clifton's lin, thence eastwardly
GAINS 20 POUNDS
AND IS HAPPY.
"''LiTiitf hild.Ai. f,. rt 1. 41.., ..il
By virtue of authority vested in rn
.v. ...... v. .vl litSIl LliU IDlIWllljT
ue 'cribod tract or parcel of land, lv-
.along' ins Hue ?.f)0 feet to the ,hegin-
iiinp;. containing- one lot 10O bv 200
feet. This "2 1 day of Aii?. l9Hi.
, -Zv.n Vakci? Norman, Mortgagee.
Robert Sitte.son on the JC" day Qf
iuf and -beitifr in the County of Wash
iiif.tou, , Tlymouth Township, and
known and desitrnatod as foil
August, r.uo, i siiiUou Alondav,
.Wife of Prominent Business
Man Suffered 4 Years Be
fore Getting Tanlac.
September 2.), Vi-. at 12 o'clock M.y
' ?Oue house and lot known as the
: Stewatt Allen place; bfginniDgat the.
expose .o?a-blic sale at the Court
Tanlac has restored health and j
happiness to Mrs. J. W, Moore,
Jr.. wifp of on of Creensboro's I
influential business men," afte-p JE HATE
she had suiiered for lour years i
and paid out $165 for doctors and
medicinial treatments. Mrs.
M6ore, Jr., says:
"Mr. Mooro advised me to
take Tanlac after learning of the
great good this wonderful tonic
is doing and upon realization
thatdoctors and other medicines,
for which we expended $IG5 in
four years, failed to bring the
"I couldn't enjoy 'movie' be
cause of my nervev. an excit'ng
picture would completely upset
them- a ring of the telephone or
door bell had the same effect. I
was almost a nervous wreck
when I first took Tanlac. But
now I have improved generally
besides adding twenty pounds to
my weight. I had to quit taking
Tanlac because it gave me too
great an appetite, "she smiled in
Tanlac is sold in Plymouth on
ly by P. E. Davenport; Roper,
Farmers Union Supply Co. ; E
dentonf Mitchner's Pharmacy.
The Best Laxative.
To keep the bowels regular the
best laxative is outdoor exercise.
Drink a full glass of water half
an hour before breakfast and eat
an abundance of fruits and veg
etables, also establish a regular
habit and be sure that your bow
els move once each day. When a
medicine is needed take Cham
berlain's Tablets. Tney are
pleasant to take ; and mild and
gentle in effect. Obtainable everywhere.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
"THE LAND OF THE SKY,"
Tuesday, September 5th, 1916
TICKETS LIMITED SIX DAYS.
Through Pullman Cars and
Schedule and round trip fares
as follows :
Lv. Goldsboro 2.00 p m.. 6 75
" Selma 3 00 pm 625
" Raleigh 4 05 p m
" Henderson 2.15 p m
" Oxford 2 55 p m
" Durham 5 08 p m
" Chapel Hill 4 00 p m
" Burlington 6 25 p m
' Greensboro 7 20 p m
Ar. Asheville, Wednesday morn
ing Sept., 6th.-
Round trip fares in same pro
portion from intermediate points
Returning tickets will be good
to leave Asheville on all regular
trains up to and . including all
trains leaving Asheville Sunday
September 10th, 1916.- s
THIS IS THE BEST TIME OF
THE SEASON TO VISIT
dersonville; Lake, JCpxa way;
Lake Junaluska; Brevard and
various other points."
MAKE YOUR SLEEPING CAR
ADVANCE..;.;,- -'; ;
For sleeping car reservations
and further information ask
Southern Railway ticket agents
J. O. Jones, T. P. A.,
Raleigh, N. C.
Norfolk Southern Railroad
Week-end tickets sold for
trains No. 4 Saturday mornings,
No. 2 Saturday,.af ternoons No.
4 Sunday mornings, good to re
turn so as to reach Plymouth
before midnight Tuesday follow
ing date of sale. Rate $3.00.
Sunday Tickets sold for
train No. 4 Sunday mornings,
good to return not later than
train No. 3 leaving Norfolk 8:30
P. m., on date of sale. Rate $2 25
Sunday tickets not good in par
lor or sleeping cars. '' ,
For further information see
the Agent. . .
11. S. Leard, G. P. A.
Subscribe to the BEACON
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1 - m mi i tt ' in n 1 imm 1 rl I I I I M I J . I .
... mi .water facilities
Make the heat of your range help you
" wash the dishes. Connec'ra water tank and
have an ample supply , of hot . water for the
.kitchen, laundry ' or bathroonv .
This practical device . overcomes the hot
vater question in thousandsf homes. ; Why
not have one" in your home? We make a'spe--;
cialty of installing all kinds of water heaters,
We will gladly furnish you our figures.
Uur experience in tins line makes
cur repair department particularly
, PLYMOUTH,. N. C.
M . ' . -
The Most Powerful
Low Priced dar in
. ;the- .7'orld..''is 'Here.
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CALL FOR DEMONSTRATION
PLYHOHTH & EI0T0R CO.
Cure for Cholera Morbus.
"When our little boy, now sev
en yeas old, was a baby he was
cured of cholera morbus by
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Mrs.
Sidney Simmons, Fair Haven, N.
Y. "Since then other.-. members
of my family Jiave used this val
uable medicine - for colic and
bowel trouble troubles with good
satisfaction and I gladly endorse
it as a remedy of exceptional
merit" Obtainable every where.
Just the Thing for Diarrhoea.
"About two years ago I had a
seuere attack of diarrhoea which
lasted over a week," writes W.
C. Jones, Buford. N. B. "I be
came so week that I could not
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Almost 34 hore-powerrpm this reg
ular stock Maxwell engifte!' '
34 actual, brake .horsepowei'! '
.Proved by' an accurate dynamometeri
test, made in the Maxwell laboratories
Aulfist 'io, imh.
There hasjeen a lot of .talk-about
horse-pQWerr-ahd we just Want 'to let
Maxwell owners and prospective owners
know that in respect to horse-oower, as
Bfr oryWon-gly appliesj 'lis 'strength.
. Maxwell :cdW'M'avQ:rh
you want or neeel probably more per
pduhdr 6f weight- than any other
''aut9'mo:bile-ih'e worlds' ...?v
" -But-weti cry
about' it. : ;v"Tv:T-.rr '
' T - - - - : 7 -
Decaus wc -.nave more r.nnn.-.-rsnrsft--
: power to oeir yoii.
in most other respects, the ;Maxwell cste&M results of
that ve attachsuch great importance to We
horse-power.. We don't Wver$ave. yfaVit : -
Horse-poweiabundarrt;fhorse-fwer gue'ttbfel&tely kabw.lliat no"
"fAn many suPeejures.i(caf of rtclaWiHht can surpass
of Ae Mwelj., . ; ;:ife'MiisWelLTSpscdTO3(3, on rough
We are sellind motor cars complete - road&.throu0h;s&-6 o'r:':miiH:. inn,ho.
iiiunji wiua nut engines ui nuiscptvvei.
;'H6rserpbVei5;.a matter that is seqnd
ary to 'motor; efficidncy and ebohdmy.
vA giant has noSdvantageihevdoes not
"Aiid beeauwlcnoW, aie? yoil wilt
rkridwstthMr'e considered, the
Car Value! - - : ' ' :
UTILITY MOTOR? 'WORLtfS