page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
[F. O. B. Detroit]
Touring Car $348
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
Phone 314 ^ Louisburg, H. C.
With Purina Chows
_ Wliy do Purina-fed hens
lay more eggs right through
the moult? It's because
they get more protein and
h takes lots of it for feath
ers and eggs. Feathers run
as high as 90% protein.
Whites of eggs are nearly
aH protein. Feed a balanced
Enough Protein for
Feathers and Eggs
Purina Chows keep the hena
from robbing their flesh to
get the materials they need.
Get a shorter moult arxfc
more winter eggs. Ask about
the Purina Guarantee?
More Eggs or
. Money Back
L. P. HIOKS
ON THE CORNER
Having qualified m Bxeentor of th?
?tat? al V. T. Blanks, deceased,
lat? 0< Franklin otmnty, notice Is here
by (iTen all persons holding claims
-I?*"-* said estate to preaent them to
tba undersigned on or before the 23rd
dar of December, im, or this notice
?01 be (UM Ik bar of their recovery.
?It p+rsocs Indebted to said estate
forward and make
This Und day
Haying qualified aa Executor of the1
estate of Mr?. Bet tie Harper, deceas
ed. lat? of rrkaUIn county, notice Is
| hereby gl ven all persons holding
rlalme against said estate to present
them to the undersigned on or before
the 23rd day of December, 1922, or this
notic? will b? plead In bar of thslr re
corery. All persons Indebted to said
estate will please come forward and
make Immediate settlement. This
Dee. 22nd, 1921.
12-23-61 J. B. Ol,A8GOW, Eztr.
W AKTE D?A colore? boy, afcost grown
to leek after stock nl w?rk abont
tkc fan. Apply at on? to A. V.
JOHNMOX, LeaUbarj, H, C.
The Adventures of a
Demobilized Officer Who
Found Peace Dull
by CYRIL McNEILB
- C?iiMI>C?S.IInaOk ?
"Great Scott!" muttered Hugh IT
rttedlj. "the whole boiling bunch are
asleep, or I'll eat my bat."
"Thon who was It spoke?" said Aljy.
"At least two of 'efn are awake right
And, as U In answer, to his question,
there came the voice again from tn- |
side the room.
"Wal, Mr. Darrell, I guess we can.
pass on, and leave this bunch."
?With rnt Isnrh nf tovfnl amaacment
Hugh flung open the door, and fovnd
himself looking from the
yard into two revolvers. ~
"I don't know how you've don? it,
boys." he remarked, "but yon can put
those guns away. I hate looking at
them from that end." -
"What the devil have they done tar
all yoor dials?" said Darrell, slowly
"We'll leave that for (he tfo?,
turned Hugh grimly, aa he akat the |
door. "There are ether ?era
matters to be discussed."
He glanced round the room,
alow grin spread over Ms face
were some twenty of the gang. aH
them fast asleep. They sprawled gro
tesquely over the tabla, they lolled la
chairs; they lay on the floor, they hnd
tlon. they snored and snorted.
"A dandy bunch," remarked
faction. Then he turned to Dl
mond. "Say now, Captain, we've tot |
a lorry load of the boys ontslde;
friend here thought we'd better brink
"Mailings and his crowd." aald Dar- I
rell, seeing the look of mystification ?? ]
Z Tor a w moments
stood, deep In thought; then oocn
again the grin spread slowly over his
face. "Get the boys In, Peter; and
get these lumps of meat carted out to
the lorry. And. while yon do It. wall
go upstairs and mop up."
Even in his wildest dreams Hugh
had never imagined such a wonderful
opportunity. To be In complete pos
session of the house, with strong
forces at his beck and call, was a state
of affairs which rendered him almost
"Keep your guns handy," whispered
Hugh. "Well draw each room in
turn till we find the girl."
But they were not to be put to so
much trouble. Suddenly a door oppo
site opened, and the man who had
been guarding Phyllis Benton peered
out suspiciously. His Jaw fell and a
look of aghast surprise spread over
his face as he saw the four men in
front of him.
Hugh stepped past him and was
smiling at the girl who, with a little j
cry of Joyful wonder, had risen from
"Your face, boy." she whispered, as ,
he took her in his arms, regardless of j
the others, "your poor old face! Oh, i
that brute, Laklngton H*
He laughed gently, and for a mo- j
men t she clung to him. unmindful of j
how he had got to her, glorying only '
In the fact that he had. It seemed to
her that there was nothing which this
wonderful man of hers coufdto't man
age; and now, blindly trusting, she
waited to be told what to do. The
nightmare was over; Hugh was with
her. . . .
"Are there any cars outside?" Hugh
turned to the American.
"Yours," answered that worthy.
"And mine Is hidden behind Miss
Benton's greenhouse unless they've
moved It," remarked Algy.
"Good," aald Hugh. "Algy. take
Miss Benton and her father op to Half
Moon stieet?at once. Then comeback
"But, Hugh?" began the girl ap
"At once, dear, please." He smiled
at her tenderly, bat his tone was de
cided. "Ttris Is going to be ao place
for yon In the near fntnre."
With no further word at protest th?
girl followed Algy, and Hugh drew
a breath of relief.
"Now, yon ugly looking blighter."
he remarked to the cowering ratUn.
who waa by this time shaking with |
fright "we come t* yon. When do?? |
"Termorrow, air," stammered the ]
"Where la he now?" .
The man hesitated for
but the look In Hugh's eyes galvan
ized him Into speech).
"He's after the old
sir?(be duchess of
"Ah I* returned Hugh softly. "Of
course he la. ,1 forgot.
CTO BE UOWTINPBD)
A " <?"*,
DR. E. F. T
Uwtai, -V C.
O (tic* In Blckett ul Ti
Office Phone 39?
I wish to
the public i
of September my
a Cash basis when work to i
DR. ARTHUR HYNKS
S P. m.
ML W. B. :
Special altnf%m to Hoc* w
Offlca and Hmprtil at I. F.
Stable. Calla amM ?
Phones. Da- M X
DR. J- R- RA
Offices Adjoining Artod Drag Ck
Telephones: . Day 23?
DK. J. X. UIML
tnttMU Brt CMB
ta Ajrct* Dm Bm
X 0. XIWUJL JL 1
lwhNq; X. -
Office in First National Bask '
Day Pbone 2? ? Xttit Pta
_ SL C.
Offices OTer otd Tar Kh?r IVi* Oa
Practice k ail LI^'A
TV JL M- * nins. V. U7TU
ieeeral pixlkt. Mh ctrl 1
TUCMKMBKR TTT* DEAD
AUTO FOR HIBE
C. R. UKHUKH.
The Federal Beserce Sva? joins together hundreds
of the bixyest financial iitfJunticHxs in the eoajtry for
tfce handling or bo?ness s!*|. pioMDoo of depositors.
This helps INDUSTRIE^ "J
1IRS, as *-II as D?^OSI"l ; ES.
?ha vonr money is in oar Bank we give yon Nation
al safety and the benefits afforded by the Federal Re
serve System. - '-*^1 -
The T. S.
"We soikit yoor Banking business. Come in.
WE WILL WELCOME YOU.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LOUISBUKG, H. C.
F. B. Mi Tl? Pi ililial F. J. Beasley, Cashier
R. F. Fuller
t r? nit. Ox nI
7?a tar ?rt nt
K. F. FULLER
Br 131? ?f Oe n??a et sate
?ii?< i* tk*t nruia deed of trm
?fie fcy O. T- Tirtacs u Ties. *.
RiEl TrBtt So*. E. 1MT
i mnifc* a Book rr*. pw I_
FnASi Ketatt;. Mult kiiinx Vra
dSTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION
fUOt nT North Carolina?Deptrucnt
Tf AH to Whom These Presents V'J
Whereas. It appears to my satistac
3BL If? dnly anth.mtjiratM lecoi J of
aw pxKwdip lor the voluntary di?
?c.Tutjm tbertof by the unasiiioa
TuanRUt at all tbe stockholders, de
jmsfoj in hit office, that tke C. B
Owalham Company, a corporation of
chis State, whose principal office to
riaoM In the town of Ldskn^
OfTOirtv off Franklin. State of North
Cndn J. B. Thomas being t ha
in charge thereof.
rt. Consolidated Statntea.