mE UNIVERSAL CAR
[F. O. B. Detroit]
Touring Car $3.48
Truck Chassis $4.30
These are the lowest prices of
Ford cars in the history of the
Ford Motor Company. _
Orders are coming in fast, so
place yours promptly to insure
Louisburg, N. C.
Summer Feeding Pays
Egga pay any time, but when other
flocks fall off yours pay best Feed
plenty of protein now. Hens need
It for eggs and for the coming
moult. If they don't get enough,
they will rob their body-tissues to
get it. Then it will take twice the
feed to get them back.
on the Job
k's rich in egg-making, body
v building protein. Get a shorter
moult and more winter egg*.
Jiaf etep to the tele
phone and ask u> about
thk guarantee, NOW.
I P. HIOKS
ON THE CORNER
M M Exaentor ot Um
eontr, notic? la here
to praaaat thara to
oa or bator? tta? tSrd
v 1M>. or thla notic?
te te at their rtcortrj.
Htite| ^ulM?d u Executor of the
nUU of lira. BetU? Harper, 1*MU
?d, ItU of Franklin ooonty, boUm la
hereby (Iran all peceoaa holding
claim? ifalMt Bald ?1?t? tO present
them to the nndaralgned on or befor?
th? Urd day of December, ins, or this
notice will to plead In bar of their re
cover/. AllDfraona Indebted to Mid
W?U WM >l??i oocne forward and
maka immediate settlement. This
J. B. OLASOOW. Extr.
"SHE IS "FILL OF
PEP" THEY SAY
She Is tlood-Looklag aad Uaj mad Is
Always Bead; for a Uood Time
Why is a girlpopula,r? Look around
and 8? "wEt a good time the good
looking ones bare all the time. Men
seek them out and ask them to parties,
dances and entertainments. And no
tice that It Is not the doll-face type
real men like most, but the red-blood
ed girl with "pep" and happy good
nature. Any girl who Is tired and
''T1'1! and has a poor complexion and
dull eyes can improve ner condition
and be far happier II she Will simply
take Gude's Pepto-Mangan until she
has put her blood Into good condition.
Red blood means "full or life" and
"full of life'' usually m?anB happiness.
I Try Gude's Pepto-Mangan and see
how much better you feel. Doctors
have used it nearly thirty years for
'weak, run-down people. It helps
them get well. Sold in both liquid
land?tablet ter?. AUtbi UuemenT.
Items ot Interest to Teachers,
Association* and People Interest
ed In PnbUe Schools of Frank
lin Coaaty. 1 I I t
Edward L. Best, Superintendent
1. Last Friday afternoon I was
present at a moat Interesting meeting
of the Literary, Debating Society of
the Bunn High School. The program
consisted of mnsic7 recitations, news
Items and school editorials. The pro
gram did credit to the high school stu
dents and teachers. The work of the
society is as much a part of the regu
lar school work as the geometry, en
glish and etc. There is no phase of
the school work more important n????
this. The object Is to make It possi
ble for the boys and girls to express
themselves clearly, intelligently and
with ease before an audience. The
?oclety meets one? each week. Im
mediately after school the Betterment
Association waa called to order by Mrs
C. C. Pippin the president. It waa
in Inspiration to be present at this
meeting. I hare never seen any group
if women more interested In the school
ind community than this one and
they are really doing things th.t count
[or a great deal. I wish that the wo
men In every community in the coun
ty would organize with aa serious a
motive and purpose aa the women of
Bunn tor the advancement and accom
plishment of all things good in the civ
ic and religious life of its people. The
rrustees and most of the teachers were
klso present which gave evidence that
ill the school and community forces
?rare cooperating for the Best Interest
>f a common cause. atlas Pauline
Smith, The County Hbme Demonstra
tion Agent, af course was present and
>ffered some splendid suggestions for
the February programs.
2. One very important feature of
the school extension work is using the
pictures as an agency for motivating
.he actual class room work especially
n geography history and language.
Most of the teachers in tne centers
that have the pictures are taking ad
vantage of these programs by basing
heir work in geography, history and
anguage, whenever possible, on the
pictures that have been seen on the
screen. One teacher writes very in
terestingly of how she used the pic
ture on the Panama Canal in her geog
raphy and history work. Miss Nan
nie Pigg of the Franklinton Graded
School has the following to Bay in the
S'orth Carolina Educatioi^jn the De
cember issue: "Among modern
agencies for motivating language work
lie School Extension occupies a large
place. In the first place, the movie
5>ves the children sometmng to talk
jnd write about. In the second place
If they know there is some one espec
ially interested in reading their let
ters and compositions, and who will
place the best one before the eyes of
the world In the county paper, it has
an electrical effect upon tne language
of a school room."
3. It is the duty oflt the connty
board of education to district the coun
ty so that all children may have ad
vantage of an elementary and high
school. How many children in Frank
lin county are denied high school
Privileges? With the exception of the
people who are able to pay board at
some school out of the township, what
high school privileges have the boys
and girls in Sandy Creek, Gold Mine
and Harris townships?
8. The following comes from Miss
Violet Alexander: "During the pres
ent two weeks the Schoot Extension
work presents the play "The Story the
Keg told Me." The scenery of this
production la unsurpassed and It con
tains one of the most remarkable ef
fects of double exposures ever seen.
Besides the story Itself Is good and
brings us a beautiful lesson. The
schedule Is as follows: Friday. Jan
uary 10th Wood; Saturday, January
21st Maplevllle; Tuesday, January
24th Cedar Rock; Wsdnssday, January
26th Seven Paths; Thursday, January
2?th Sandy Creek; Friday, January
27th Bunn; Saturday. January 28th
DB. O. B. BONIS KB
Drs. Bonner * Bonner
Eye, Ear, Mote and Throat
Baleigli, North Caroliaa
Will be Id Louisburg on Thursday
ot each week. Office over Scoggln's
IIK. B. h\ YABBOBOUGH
Physician and Surgeon
Luulsburg, N. C.
Office In Blckett and Yar bo rough
Office Phone 296 Residence Phone 28
UlLdf. H. MOBTCF
Office In Hotel Building
Ltooisbura. North Carolina
Loulsburg, N. C. Phone 249
Office In First National Bank Building
, ?lih to advlBo my-patients and
the public generally that after (he 1st
ot September my business will be on
a Cash basis when work Uf completed.
DR. ARTHUR HYNES FLEMING"
8. P. BUST. M. D.
T^nilahnrr N. C.
Offices oyer Scoggln's Drug Star?
Hours 11 a. m. to 1 p. m., and 4 Jo
HATE TOU KVKB HOTTCF.D THAT
THE HEBTHANT WHO ftEHDft Iff
THE COPT FOB HIH AD BABLT
ALWATH HAH THE HIATEST ADt
There ta a Mil In the Hosh that mar
Umit the pnrchaae of lmrnrlee. Inci
dentally there are bill* being preeent
trO Hi tota of other hwii that ?lay
kava the aama effect. H^alla Bol let In
Secretary Mellon haa made It poe
alble to boy a $SS thrift bond for $>0.
bat ha doaa not adrlee where tha $20
may be procarad.?Plttabursh Oaaetta
DB. W. B. BIBS.
Louisburg. N. C.
Special attention to Hogs and Dogs.
Office and Hospital at R. P. Pullet's
Stable. Calls answered- day or night
Phronea, Da- 66 Night 835
DB. H. B. BEAU
WOOD, K. C.
Offices at Wood Drug Co.
BB. D. C. BXRHW1C1*
the First National Bank
w. s. rnsoH.
Lomlahnrg, North Carolina
l?Hln In ?11 ooarts. OSoa an
DB. J. B. DATIS
Loulsbarg, North Carolina
Office Church St Next to Louisburg
Hoars: 8 to 10; 1 to 8; 6 to 8-P. M.
Telephone: Office 64-1 Ring
B. B. White B. H.
WHIT* * SALOM!
Loalsbarg. North Carolina
?eneral practice, settlement of st
ates fonda lnvestod. On* member ol
?e Am always In the el
DB. H. G. PERBY
DB. H. H. JOHNSON
Physicians & Surgeons
Louisburg, North Carolina
Offices Adjoining Aycock Drug Co.
Telephones: . Day 287 Night 10
DR. t. E. SALONI.
Loulsburc, North Carolina
See in Aycock Drug Store. Market
Street. Office Practice Uorgery
J. O. NEWELL, B. D.
Loulaburg, N. -.
Office In First National Bank Building
Day Phone 249 ? Night Phone 249-2
G. M. BE A id
Louisburg, N. C.
Offices oyer old Tar River Drug Co.
^ Practice In ail courts.
<Vm. H. Kuffln, Thos. W. Ruffln
WM. H. * THOS. W. RTJFFIN
Loafobarg, ; .} North Carolina
ieneral practice, both civil and crlm
nal, In FrankHn and adjoining coun
les, Supreme and Federal Courts.
Offices In First National Bank
REMEMBER YCUR DEAD.
Let us submit designs and prices on
a nice up-to-date Monument or Tomb
stone to be erected at the grpre of your
oved one. Photos burned op China.
HENDERSON GRANITE ft MARBLE
Henderson Kurth Carolina.
THE CITT BARBER SHOP
Under Franklin Hotel
I.oolsborg, North Carolina
Only barber shop in Louisburg run
by white men. The best of service at
most reasonable prices guaranteed.
Cleaning and pressing department In
connection. Clothes sent for and de
UiMni. K. C.
We haTa parchaaad tb? (hop forxuet
Iy occupied by Oacar 8t??all ud ?fll
ran mhw at the Mm* stand. Satis
faction and cleaaltaeee ?hali b? oar
?kotto. Plenty of hot ranotns wat*r
AUTO FOR HIRE
Frmpt, reliable Serrlee. ?ara Paa
? XKehell Car. Can at Ajrtack
lira* Stara ar Pfeama (t.
G. R. UPCHURCH,
The Educational policy of our Bank inclndesn tho
teaching of the Banking habit to children; This is not
to make them "close" and "stingy" but to help them
ACCUMULATE MONEY for the future, to learn tho
value of money and to get acquainted with the banking
We shall be glad to welcome the accounts of your
Children. $1.00 will start an account.
WE WILL WELCOME YOU.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
. ?: LOUISBURG, N. C.
Member of the Federal Reserve System
F. B. McKinne, President F. J. Beattley, Cashier
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits 185,000.00 ?
R. F. Fuller
60 Horses and Males. .AIM
H?y and Oats. Boggle and
Harness (or sale, of tke right
kind and at the right prices
Will sell (or cash or part cash
or on approiod security. K
your horse or mule does net
suit yon ^om* In and see If
you could not make a trade
gut what yon want. Cose and
see whether Ton buy orf not.
R. F. FULLER
Lonlshnrg, 9. 0.
By virtue of the power of sale con
tained In that certain deed of trust
made by O. Y. Yarboro U) Thog. W.
Ruflin, Trustee, dated Nov. 12, 1917,
and recorded In Book 224, page 7,
Franklin Registry, default having been
made In jthe payment of the debt se
cured by said deed of trust and de
mand for foreclosure having been
made on said trustee by the holders
of said debt, the undersigned will on
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1922
at the noon recess of court, It being
th? .first day of the February Term of
Franklin Superior Court, at the Court
house door In Loulsburg, N. C., ofTer
for sale at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash tne lot and dwell
ing In tald deed of trust conveyed and
tliore described as follows:
Situate In the town of Loulsburg
and more particularly defined as fol
lows: Beginning In the center of
?Warrenton Avenue, corner In Yates'
line; thence N 4d W 8 pis 23 Iks to a
?take, the Yates corner In R. H. Dav
is line; thence N 85 1-2G W 9 pis 10
Iks to a post, J. M. Allen's corner;
thence S 1 l-2d E about 156 1-2 feet
to the corner of Winston's corner
(Avenue?); thence along the Avenue
159 feet to the beginning, containing
one-half aa acre, more or less, and
being the lot of land bougnt ay D. T.
Fuller f-otn J. L. Jackson and wile
by deed dattd Sept. 22, 190S and re
corded In the Registry of F-anklln
FORECLOSURE SALE OF FISHER
By virtue and In pursuance of the
power of sale conferred by that cer
tain note made by Ben], B. Sykes to
Bob JeffreyB, dated Aug, 19, 1920, up
on which the capital atocx of the Fish
eries Product? Co. ,_ot Wilmington,
N. C. was placed as collateral, do--;
fault having been made in the pay
ment of said debt and me power to
Bell having become absolute at either
private or public sale by the terma o t
said note, the undersigned will, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1922
It being the last day of the January
Term of Franklin Superior Court, at
the noon recess of Court, at the court
house door, in Loulsburg, N. C., of
fer for sale to the highest bidder at
public auction, for cash, the following:
6 shares of "the Preferred Stock of
the Fisheries Product Co. of the par
value of $100 each.
12 shares of the Common Stock of
the Fisheries Product Co., of the par
value of $10.00 each.
This Jan. IS, 1922.
BOB JEFFREYS, Paye?.
Wm, H. & Thoa. W. Ruffln,
Attorneys. ' 1-lS-St
County In book 156 page Kit, referenc?
to which U hereby expreeaiy made for
a full description of the ?aid lot, and
being the lot conveyed by J. p. Win
ston to J. L. Jackson and the lame
conveyed by D. T. Full?? and wife to
O. Y. Yarboro. This lot contain* a
dwelling and outhouaea.
Thla Jan. IS, 19??.
THOB. W. RXjmS.
1-lt-St 1 Trustee.
FOR SALE?A lot of Anoona chickens
V. C. WILLIAMS, Louisburg, N. C.
COAL, ICS AND WOOD, FKOMPT DE
LIVERY AT ALL T1MW. W. T.
PERSON, PHONB 4. v MHI
A Bat Breed* ?to 10 Time* ft Yeftr, Av
eraging Te? Young to ft LKtor.
Remember this, act ft* noon aft you
aee the flrit rat. Get a pkg. at RAT
SNAP. It'e a mire rat and mice de
?troyer. It'? convenient, comes In
cake form, no mixing. MammlAea rat
after lulling?leftree no imeli. Cat*
or doge won't touch It. Three alieft
88c, (Bo, ?1.26. Sold ftnd guaranteed
by Allen Broa. Co. and Ajroock
NOTIC? OF 8AL>
The undereigned will, on or
Saturday, January Hat, IMS, offer for
?ale, either publicly or privately, ?11
of the tarnltur* and MVIMi the
?Utlng of Borroughi potting nuwWne,
Jloyel TypewrlUr, office desk, water
k metal diet, blank book?, pro
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