FRANKLfNTON NEWS ITEMS
Our Regular Correspondent ?
Hems of Interest Gathered From in
and Near Our Sister Town Cadi Week
CLOSES ON WEDNESDAY
? - Fenner Sanderling killed one
bog weighing 676.
? John Spued, we learn, is quite
sick at his home.
? Brush, the great, oOming! Who?
the great magacian when! February
' > ' ' ' ? . ~ ..
? The Barua. Banquet was *
^euedrngoT dvlighUl Mnj'thm.
? Will Hunt, formerly, with the
Sterling Company, haa accepted a
actuation with S. C. Williams.
-r Wednesday morning found the
ice a till (took and much colder than
Tuesday, but if we a till have aun.
ahine it Vill- help tome.
? Don't forgat there are some in
Fra.iklinton that owe subscription
to the Tnn that is long
due. We would be glad if they |
would see the collector and
-Sunday morning waa a fine day
"There were aeverai "picked" up by
aome who were merely walking
ground and the "rabbit" got in their
parties were but ot meat.
? Early risers on looking out on I
Sunday ' morning were much sur
prised to see the earth covered with
snow. As usual in Franklioton it
?aught a lot of people aOout out of
wood. Snow is almost a stranger in
this part of the country and there
ire many children in this, town who
-rover eaw :
and trose and
morning found a heavy
sleet on the ground and it jgade it
-difficult and wh"
Jjad to walk to thair place of busi
ness; the son came out and -made it
a little more comfortable overhead,
but none of ob were goine that
"w?r" so those who could not list*]
weather by last of week, so all things j
__ anawoll that ends well.
^=At th? annual cempetittrjr drill
-af Co/F.7Franklin Guard iaat Fri
day afternoon in their armory, both
medals, one for promj>tnesi< and
one for manual of drills, were
taken by . 1st Sergt. (J. G.
ing his second enlistment, and he1
has missed attending drill, only ,one
time since enlisting in tile company
_ and is.th&ihe only man in the con>
pauy wbtflian u ken two- medals Hit
- ? one ? I mie. ? Sergt. Cooper ? is ? wett
iiked by officers and men of this
company. Capt. Kearney wishes us
to say^hat he needa live more good
man to anliat in this company rip;ht
?^?y fcn nnmplata hia roll in nnmlicr
S. C. Duke U visiting in Nash
county this week.
Mrs. J. B. Cheatham, of ^hnti
is visiting her people bere.
Miss A^nnie J. Perry left last
Tuesday for Macon where she will
A. If. Vann and li. B. White left
Sunday for New York where they
will enjrty a pleasure trip.
Leonard Henderson and Robert
Rose went to Warrenton Sunday
returning to Frsnklinton Monday
Misses Effie and Carrie Green re
turned to their home near Whits
ker, after visitiug their grandfather
H. C. Duke.
Mia Maria Parker, who spent
the Christmas holidays -here with
her sitter Mrs. B. W. Ballard left
Friday for Raleigh
Miss Annie Parker, of New York*
who has been visiting her aunt |dr*?
B. W. Ballard, 'teft Sunday for a
abort vitfit to Warrsaton.
? Miss Gaorgianna Edwards
' Hiss Osofgisnna Edwards died
Ia?t Wednesday ni*ht at the home
of her utter Mrs. John Kthridge ufc
Green street where she had mads
her home sinoe her mother's death
several years ago. "Miss Georgia
will be. sadly miaeed by hsr many
friends in Franklinton especially
hsr lady friends by whom shs was
held in high estsem. She had
1 ? 9** ? Vwi ^ V ? ? Wh
?'? ?? ui* Utiann for . wtny
years. She was 53 years old. The
burial - was at Fairview cemetery
ooadnoted by Rev. W.' W. Hose at
8:30^ Thursday. The floral offerings
w<re many- ,
Mrs- Eleanor Dake eoisrtained a
number of hor (riwli I ant Tuesday
night in hoi^or of Misses EfEe arxl
Curia Green of WhiUken. Many
where there, much chocolate
and taffy candy were served. They
had much fun palling the taffy
candy. It was enjoyed by all.
Those present were as follows:
Misses Effie" and Carrie Green*
Mai lie Harris, Florence Perry, Ma
ble, Joeie and Eunice Winston, An
nie Lee Duke, Cora, Kobie and
House, Mise I>u?y Higbt and Mrs.
Hector Hsrris, (Hie, Charlie aud Jeff
Gee, Xorphlet Winaton, C. W.
S. C. Duke.
It ba? boon a Buuroo ct dulight to
all the people of Fraakllolonto at
tend the Alkahefct iKtrwa this winter.
Not ? only, have the people of our
1 nmediate vieinity emreMed plena
oro tinliciTt, tiul TliOH-- frtHii tire iur
luiinding towns .who liuvi- nuiniU'd
I he ID- 1 ? ?
The Woman's Club Maets Witb
~ llrS. W- F. Joyner
uThe Woman's Club met at the
.home off Mrs. WTT.Joyfler Tuesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The ~ parlor and hall were attrac
lively* decorated with, holly, mistle
toe, ferns narcissus and Japanese
_ After the business discussion of
thfi meeting, each guest was given a
dt inty Japanese booklet containing ,
q nations, which were to be anawered
with -words ending in "tea" or "ty."
Miss Frances Winaton, the success
ful contestant, presented the price,
a Japanese ?lery, "I/it tie Snow," to
the visiting guest, Mup Annie Par
ker, of Jfew York.
?While the refreshments weie bt
ing served, the Japanese fireworks,
which w*re' honr among tbe deoor
ations, jjveri lighted, throwing a
bright t%ht over the dimly lit room.
. Tbe Club adjourned to mast with
lira. G. B. Harrill, Tuesday th#17tb.
The Baraea Class of tU Metho
dist Sunday School closed the j??r
Friday night with a banquet in the
dinning hall ot Franklinton hotal.
A delightful menu oonaiating of
oyatara a tawed and tried, oh token
aalad and ooffee were charmingly
served hy tha following young la
dies of the school, Misssa Graoe
JJKard,. Kate and Mattia Bal
lard, Annie Parker, > Frances
Winston, lira F. 11. Drake, Mra.
A. O. Perry and Mra. \V. W. liota
Short ulka were made by the pres
ident, I). E. Burkley and other
member* of the class reviewing the
old and maping oat a campaign of
aggreaaivs work for the new yeac
| just beginning. Short talks by . the
aaperintendant B. J. Cheatham and
1 pastor W. W. Roaa warMtlao listen
ed to which inspired the clssa with |
The teaeher Mr. a W Ballard
waa then preaanted with a walrua
akin grip bearing hia name by M^*
E. 3. Cheatham for the olaaa* in a
very pretty little apeeoh aa a token
of their appre?iaUou of hia untiring
devotion to 'bis olaaa. The annual
election of offioere was then held
the following being nnantmoaaly re
elected fur tha term. President D.
E. Barklej , Vice Preaidenta E. M.
Speed. B. W. Ballard, See. E. A.
Harris; Treaa. Henry MitchaH. The
pleaanrea of the evening were then
; them, .1
grouping themselves together and a
flash-light picture being made ot
of 25 and baa ateadily grown until
the present time now having an en
rollment of 66.
Solicited by frie .ids to do so, and with a
great desire on my part to represent m>
county in the legistante, I hereby an
nounce myself a candwate for the next
.*preaentative of FfaiKtin county, sub
ject totbe Democratic! convention.
i.^iq-,r ? - - ^A. R. Wfstkh
Men to hanbte l d paying, line.
' . 13 row ? lliU
ed will rbarre Hie
lows, owing to the
stuff, for acoomodam
? 35 gents far on?
DON'T SUFFER WITH
? Throat, Coidm.
Strain*, Bprulji, Coti>
and all Nerje/l *oe
and Muscle Ache* and
Patna. The gfcuine has
Noah'a Ark MB" er?ry
package andiooka Ilka
thU cot. butfhas RED
band on from dt pack
ap and "Niak's Umi
Ink. Bcwa* of?lmIta
tkra*. Urf bottle, 35
cent*, and hold by all
daalera in Bed I cl no.
Guarantees or money
refund i d by Noah
Rem edir Co., Inc.,
Now gentlemen, oolore* men, cracker
and copns,. I want the balance you owe me o? thie
I once heard\4 old gentleman say:
Bad Debts and J*ad Bargains Was He!
Wow hhvm yunr money andlget ready ipr a big irm
sale in January, datejs to be announced latter
But what will make you enjoy itNmost is la visit to -our store and see our nice
stock of furniture and house furni&hings-.i Make us a visit -wheLhei you want
to buy or not, we want to greet you\n p*reon. ? : I ?
we are Prepared
at all times to assist those who are so laifdrtunate as to lose a loved one in
the proper taking care and placing away their remains. You will find our
prices cheap consistent with good service and^e will always be glad to as
sist you when by necessity you need our serviceN^
COME IN TO US
when in -town it will be to your interest and you\will find a warm
i I- ?-*
welcome Awaiting you.
W. E. White |Furniture
-i. Louisburg, j- North Carolina.
Let us evil attention to our "Won
del Show" of the iMt season. Walla,
the magician, gave a splendid' per
formance,^ ?with lift assistant. Hts
was a seventy five-dollar ?how. -?
Brusti, the great magician is a
"ninety dollar" .man and in a class
by. himself. Thft ^Alkihest -people
"cti-iim" him in h? iht hast lnnnr
Statu and recommendations of him
cornea from all who have Been himv
His assistant, too, is a high class
Y ou can't be disappointed in thia
performance on the 8th of February.
Remembtr that the surplus amount
from" proceeds is to goto the im
provement of our graded school, so
aouie. ? : ;