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13GLE8IDK SOT EH.
Mr. Dick Hunt la still hauling lam
bar tor hia muilos wtrtck ha sxpacta
to build aoon. Wa aiso learned that
Mr. Hunt had two Uttla pica to traaxa
this cold waalbar.
Mr. J. A. Whalaaa spaat tha week
end at Maplevllle with hla parent*.
Mr. J. B. Baasley haa ]oii r?cover
ed from a serious attack: of tha flu.
Mr. Charlie Mmm haa baao vary
kick (or tha past weak. Wa hopa
that ha may ba raatored to health In
a law days. >
Mlsa Nan Hlnaa, of Inglesde and
Xoulsburg spent tha week-aod with
mother at Ingles Ide.
Mia* Elisabeth Manning, ot Louis
burs College, spent the week-end at
Mr. Dick Hunt o( Ingleeslde, la rla
ltlng Mr. O. Z. Edwards and family
this week-end. ?
We have a large number ot pUQlls
attending school now, and hope to
keep a good average until the end ot
Our basket b*U team expects to
make a good showing tor the cham
pionship ot the county. Our first
game will be with the Toungarllle
High School this week. Billy.
Made to StritYourTaste
We hive for years catered to tb? cigarette
> of t
With this experience, we created One Eleven?
"III"?"Made to Soit Yoor Taite." of the
world's three greatest cigarette tobacco? ?
I ?TURKISH, for Aran - *
I ? VIRGINIA, for Mildness
I ?HURLEY, for MiIhwhm
We named them One Eleven?the iMw of o*r
home office. We are proad of their iicctu.
Have You Tried Them?
NOT ALL MEN USE PICKS
and SHOVELS when they want
to level a mountain.
SOME OF THEM USE THEIR
Tak? a leaf out of Nature's book of experience,
and apply the intensive force of a powerful
stream of water directed right at the hill that
stands in the way ot Public Improvement. ?
THERE IS A GREAT POINT IN THIS, when
considering the. AGENCY in which to place your
?. W. WATSON'S INSURANCE AGENCY en
ables you to apply POWER where it will most
surely accomplish^the desired result.
AS THE BIG STREAM OF WATER CUTS
THROUGH THE SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN,
So the KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE and SER
VICE of THIS AGENCY, enables the ASSURED
to CUT THROUGH FINANCIAL DIFFICUL
TIES in case of fire.
When You Think of INSURANCE THINK
WHY DO THEY
LIKE THIS MAN?
It b^lNUK He 1Ui the Life u4 Eb
?n tfcal Red Blood
H? has a good oolor. He la strong
and virile, and looks It. He la good
humored. He laughs easily. In abort,
he la "full of life." which la simply an
other way of Baying he la full of red
blood. If you are weak and run-down
and nervous, don't sleep very well and
hare a poor appetite go to your drug
gist and buy a few bottles of Qade's
Pepto-Mangan and take It for a faw
weeka at meal-time. See bow It will
build you up by gtrlng you plenty of
good blood. Don't drag around half
sick and half well, uet some "pep"
into you by taking Pepto-Mangan.
Sold In both liquid and tablet form.
IB. 8. T. WEST DEATH.
It was so sad when the news came
neighbors thai, Mr. S. T. West was
d rad, whlrh occurred on Friday jnorn j
ing, Jan. 13th, 192fatTTj*cloekT He.|
was only sick for a week. Mr. Weet 1
was the son of the late deceased Bob 1
West, and one of Franklin county's
best citizens, which will be missed. In
his community and church. The de
ceased was about 54 years of age, and
was married to Miss Molile Florence
Wester about 24 years ago. He leav
ntn5hlldi*en. 6nly 'a wile, to w ho III
he was so devoted, all through life
He was a true and kind man to all.
not only to his wife; but to every one.
Mr. West always had a cheerful fact
with a smile to greet every one. He j
was also a Christian, a man of noble
^ability and always went to his church. |
Mr. West first became a member of
>*aple Springs Baptist church, then to
Free Will Baptist for a few years, then
he became again Missionary Baptist at
Hickory Rock. Mr. West leaves to
mofira their loss, his wife, three sis
ters Mrs. J. L. Wester, Mrs. Joe Col
lins, Mrs. Ed Moore and also three
brothers, Mr. Sol West, Luther Weat,
of White Level, and Spenre West, of
Henderson. The last words was, "It
pays to live the narrow way."
The pallbearer^ were as follows:
C. E. Bobbitt, G. M. Swanaon. Royal
Murray. He was laid to rest at Hick
ory Rock cemetary. His pastor, Rev.
W. R. Wnllnoo, preached ono of frha
most lovely funerals ever heard
His text was taken from John the 11.
which the deceased spoke of before
his death. He was buried Saturday.
Jan. 14. 1922. and the lloral tribute
^as^EeaumSuTTe Is gone, bui not
forgotten. A Friend.
?Tho following in the n-pnrt nn tli
citv water of Louisburg, handed us b;
Su'pt. 0. C. Hill:
?Rpoeived Jim. ft. 19?? .
Reported Jan. 12, 1922.
Alkalinity (in terms of Calcium car-j
Nitrogen as Nitrites?0.
Colon bacilli in 1 c.c.?0.
Colon in 10 c.c.?0.
Total number of bacteria at 3Sd C.
Total number of acid-producing bac
LOUISBURG, N. C.
t have Just opened a Brat class
Cat* In the old Neal building
and am prepared to furnish
meals at all hours, and the
best the market affords.
Ice Cream S cents a cone.
Soft Drinks, etc.
Prices reasonable, service
J. C. TUCKER
To Stop a Cough Quick (
HAYES- HEALING HONEY,
medicine which atop* the cnuKh
the Inflamed and inflated n
A box of ?ROVE'S /O-PENTKATE
SALVE for a*?t Ookyihid Cold* aad
Croup Is BocUbed ?<Jb every bottle of
HAYES* HFJUJNG HONEY. The *?!*?
tbonld be nibtod f.orihe cheat and throat
Of children tmtring bom a Cold or Cnwpi
STWiahwdU H.r~' ffaeBnr Mo^Tltm
? tlx thraTeo?EM *kk tk? k?-iW>r -*-?<*
rn'a O-hfT^ Mw 1>iiO Ik* pone at
?ttk mSian pacM k mm cbm ??! the
Jo?t ask jroar draggbt for HAYES"
We have a number of these instruments on
hand that we are offering at Big Bargain Prices for
Cash: They are aM new instruments and of the
best makes. Don't buy until you see them.
We are still saving our customers big money
on their purchases. Let us assist you to econo
C. C. WdBS&i
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With, our photographic Illustrations
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fore you order the seeds. Our cata
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Hastings' Seeds are the Standard
of the South, and the largest mail
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of them. They've go' to be the best.
Write now for the 1922 catalog. It
Is absolutely free.
H. O. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN,
By virtue of power In a deed of trust
executed by W. E. Kearney, July 12th
1920. of Record In Franklin County In
book 232 at page 48 I will eell at the
courthouse door In Henderson. N. C.,
on Monday, Feb. 20th. 1922. at twelve |
o'clock, to the highest bidder for cash
the three tracts of land therein dee-1
cribed. being located In Vance and
Franklin counties adjoining the lands
of William Dickerson, W. H. Smith,
Fanny Stainback, June Smith and J.
W. Hedgepeth containing jointly 89.35
acres, see deeds recorded book tt9
page 302. Franklin County.
This 16th day of January. 1922.
1-20-5t J. C. KITTRELAh Trustee.
No Worms In a IktMyTMil
All ckildrfo troobW Vlth W<aA< an b
healthy color, which iodtate? ofor blood.
r?l?. t her? Is ?or* or/V*? jfc?cfc
flor two or three wrrjli ym enrich the blond, bm
prort the dotr?tkio.io<^4rt as a General Strerftl*
Mia| Toolr to the ?Mfc ?r?rm. Namreviltbri
throw off or www?, am) theChild wiia oe
h perfect health. Pleasant to take. 80c per bottle.
It Pays To Get It At
LAXAUYE E1K0M0 Qv*ST.~S TaMeo itnove tlM
MMI'fc Tt... ?-K?hy ?yw- I
E. W. GROVES siiznpnire on fox. Xt
Metropolitan newspapers, having
tried nearly all 6(her kimls at "prize
contests" and "lucky number" draw
ings, we suggest that they offer prizes
to readers who are able to prove that
they have read an entire Sunday pa
Hell is paved with good intentions,
it is said. And this is the time o( the
year that contracts for paving are let
by the city council of Hades?when
material is most plentiful. And how
many square yards did you furnish
"The Farmer's Worst Enemy?Rats.
The Farmer's Best Friend?
These are the words of James Bax
ter, N. J.: "Ever since X tried RAT
SNAP I have always kept tt in the
house. Never fails. Used about tC.OC
worth of RAT-SNAP a year and figure
it saves me $300 in chicks, eggs and
feed. RAT-SNAP is convennent. just
break up cake, no mixing with other
food." Three sizes, S5c, 65c, $1.25.
gold and guaranteed by Allen Bros.
Co. and Aycock Drug Co.
F"0R RENT?A five room house I will
rent. Apply to V. C. WILLIAMS.
LouTsburg Repair 3hop
J. LEHMAN, Proprietor
Next Door to 1. W. Perry, Under
LOUISBUBCk* jr. c.
Where you can have your Shoes
repaired Better and Cheaper, and
Quicker. Work done while you
wait. Best Leather used. Every
Ladies Soles, Sewed on 8?e
Men's Soles, Sewed on $1.00
SEE US AND SAVE MONEY.
LOTJISBTJRG REPAIR SHOP
Julius T-ftViman, Proprietor
A New Shipment of
LANDRETHS SEEDS- _Just Received
All Paper Seeds 5 Cents per package
Now is the time to plant
English Peast Bubs, Lettuce,
Onions, Cabbage, Radishes
Early Salad, Sweet Peas.
i Call on us for'your Se?ds when yon get the
Yours for a good garden,
S. P. BODDIE, RECEIVER.
Ay cock Drug Co.
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