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SUMMER DAYS ARE PLEASANT
if Your Suit is a Mohair
Your Choice For
These Suits Are Worth $10 00
But we are going
to sell them at
$5.00 as long as
thev last. Better
come and get
yours at once.
Farmville Shoe Co.
B. A. JOYNER, Mgr.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS
OF INTEREST TO
Farmviile and Surrounding Sections
Mr. Stephen . McKenney? of
Reidsvifle, is the guest of E. A.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Beaman
spent Sunday with relatives in
Miss Lena Cox, of Durham, is
the guest of her neice here, Mrs.
J. L. Kilgo.
Elder G. M. Trent of Reids
viile, will preach in the Primitive
Baptist church Friday.
Rev. and Mrs. Frances Joyner,
of Littleton, are the guests of
Mrs. Annie R. Lang.
Master Robert Lee Smith re
turned home Sunday from a
week's stay at Virginia Beach.
Mrs. J. A. Weathers and child
ren have returned home from a
visit to relatives in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith, ac
companied by Miss Louise Smith,
left Sunday for Virginia Beach.
Remember, we sell the purest
and best ice cream made ia any
quantity.? New York Hotel Res
Mr. Harry Lang has returned
home from Mafseys Business
College. Richmond, Va., having
completed his ccure^ there.
Their many friends regret to
iearn that the little daughter of.
Mr. an4 Mrs. W. Leslie Smith is
still very sick, she having colitis.
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Messrs. E. F. H&fCines and
f Jack F. Lang we in South Caro
lina thii week in die interest?/
The North American Land Co.,
of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. J.
ed hone Sunday
where >tbey spent
the guests of their
by a n
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cooper, of
Columbia, arrived 4a the city
Saturday afternoon to spend
some time with thur daughter,
Mrs. D. E. Oglesby.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mewborn
Went lb Norfolk, Va^Tfie first of
this week where Mrs. Mewborn
is receiving special treatment
in a hospital in that city.
His many friends are glad to
learn that Mr. Bob Spikes, who
lor a few days the past week
was considered dangerously ill,
is now able to be out again.
Several from Farmville wenf
to Greenville Wednesday night
to witness the attraction of the
Hickory Nuts at^ White's theatre,
all declaring it well worth see
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. T. Thorne
have returned home from Co
lumbus, Ohio, where they at
tended the Methodist Centinary
celebration. They report a most
Miss Tabitha De Visconti. ac
companied by Bliss Helen Bar
rett and Mrs. J. R. Newton, left
this week for Ashe v ill e. They
are making the trip cross coun
try in Miss De Visconti's dosed
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Pierce and
Mr. W. J. feet expect to leave
today (Friday) via ante for Sum
ter. S. C., where they will assist
Messrs. Knott & Newton in the
operation of a warehouse for the
next few weeks.
< Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parker and
niece, Mifs Edna Foust Harris,
a bs.ij. i
Richmond. Va.. July 7.? A
wedding of interest to friends in
North Carolin and Virginia was
that or Mr. Edwin Francis Capps
of Kenley, N. C., and Miss No
vella Horton of Farmville, N. C.
The wedding took place in
The Church of the Holy Com
forter this city, Saturday after
noon at two o'clock. Only a
few friends were present. Rev.
W. E. Cox an old friend of the
bride's family officiating, speak
ing the beautiful words of the
service in a most impressive
The bride was given in mar-|
riage by her brother, District
Solicitor J. Loyd Horton, wore
a going away gown and hat of
dark brown. The groom's best
man was his brother, Ensign C.
Immediately after the cere
mony a course luncheon was
given the bridal party by the
bride's brother at the Richmond
Hotel, after which Mr. and Mrs.
Capps left for Atlantic City, N.
J., and points north.
Mrs. Capps is a very popular
member of the younger set, a
graduate of Woman's College,
this city, and a charming young
woman. The groom has recent
ly received his discharge from
the army where he held a lieu
tenancy in the Aviation Corps.
He was educated at the Univer
sities of North Carolna and Ohio.
They will be at home ia Ken
ley, N. C., where Mr. Capps k
junior partner of the Capps
Motor Co. ' V '
_ < ?*
fore his offices caries
shape, during which time lie
will be in Boston, Mass., where
he goes to take a post-graduate
coarse which will better prepare
him for his work. He will re-?
turn to Farmville on or about
August 1st. v
Mr. E. H. Spruell, formerly
with the New Bern Banking &
Trust Co., at I^e^B^ra^te^
cashier, entering upon his duties
here the first of this week. Mr.
Spruell conies to Farmville high
ly recommended, having had
several years experience in the;
banking business. . We welcome
him to our city.
July 16th hasi>een decided on
as the^ay to celebrate the re
turn of our soldiers and sailors.
This will be a big day for Pitt
county. All Confederate veter
ans, soldiers of the Spanish
American War, and all who took
part ia war work are expected
to be with us. There will be a
Marine band from the Navy
Yard. Come and lets see our
boys parade. Let them come in
uniform. We must give our
boys a rousing home coming.
The QMm Tlit Decs Nat Aliect Tfce Head
Every time you add baking powder,, soda and salt to your baking it's more, or ~
less a guess; Too much or too little spoils the whole batch. OCCO-NEE-CHEE .
Self-Rising Flour has mixed with it, in the exact proportions, the very best bak
ing powder, soda and salt. It saves you money because you don't have to buy
these things extra. Figure what this cost would be on a barrel of flour. *?
Self ?Rising Flour
Takes the Guess out of Baking and Sw&yoiiMjfiey
makes the most delicious biscuits, waffles, muffins and cakes. Give the family
a rare treat the next time you bake. Bake them some good things made frou :
OCCO-NEE-CHEE Self-Rising Flour. Buy it today. Look for t^e Indian Head
on the bag. At all grocers.
When you prefer to bake ivith plain flour '
buy Peerless? the best of Us Und,
AUSTIN-HEATON CO., Durham, N. C.
18 cents a package
What you pay out your good money for
is cigarette satisfaction? and, my, how
you do get it in'ev&ry puff of Camels!*
EXPERTLY blended choice
Turkish and choice Domestic
tobaccos in Camel cigarettes elimi
nate bite and free them from any
unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or
unpleasant cigaretty odor.
? ?- ? *
Camels win instant and permanent
success with smokers because the
blend brings out to the limit the
refreshing flavor and delightful mel
? low-mildness of the tobaccos yet re
taining the desirable "body." Camels
are sipply a revelation! You may
smoke them without tiring your taste!
For your own satisfaction you must
compare Camels with any cigarette
in the world at any price. Then,
you'll best realize their superior
quality and the rare eqjoyment
they provide* "?
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Wuuton-Salem, N. C.
There is ^litisfactton io
having a refrigerator thai
keeps your food jostbaif
cool Inexpensive and ag
gravating to pay big money
for Ice hills aril then fail
to secure desired results.
| Jhey are food savew, icrf
? savers,, money savers. The
coldest refrigerators made
absolutely odorless and
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Our refrigerators are the
most Perfect distributors of
? their patent ana
ccons traction every