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THE FRANKLIN TIMES
'? S ;
A. r. JOHNSON, E41Ur u4
F*ar ?oaths _ H
FhWRTi t RrpmwUlm '
jmlamkh ?can PRE>S ASSOCIATION i
(Entered at the Post Off** at Louls
bttr(, N. C, a* second clasa ?attar.
-HOW LO?iU, 0 LOKI) HOW LOS? T
ASKS SATHAS ST MAI'S IS KE1KF
"TIB Tjjjjt"1? jtnisH
ninlj flTn thousand orphan child
ren in Europe will die this v inter of
cold and disease.
Tht? startling statement, which will
cause humanity to shuoder. is made
by Nat ham Straus, the sT*^-pirrt*n
throgtst, whose milk station* la ."Hew
York hare saved the Itves or hundreds
ot thousands of babes tn the great
Ametiran metropolis, atd whose ben
efactions In America, Europe and Pal
estine hare made his name of the
most beloved in the clrUised world.
Mr. Straus is an executive member of
the American Jewish Relief Commit
tee. and Joins In the appeal which that
organization has just issued for Hi
?00,000, which must be rats-1 In this
country by the end of Starch to save
the war-stricken Jews of Europe.
"My physicians have forbidden me
to take an active part in puohc work.
said Mr. Straus, "but I am not listen- j
lag to them. I cant listen to them,
because 1 hear the outcry ot thousands
upon thousands of babes, msocent Tic- |
tims ot the war which transformed all
Gorope Into a combined bedlam and
fcHl. 'Iliitu litiuilrw tliuunnnil
tr. Central and Eastern Europe vttom
the war and the bestiality,of pogrom
makers haie ml bwl uf either one?oi^
both parents, try aloud for help. They '
stretch out their puny, emaciated
hands to us in America, and they cry;
to us for help. 1 tell vou I can't sleep'
?' |)^<r ?h- i-ri- i if
innocents?and yet my doc Tors TeTT me"
that 1 must not agitate myself, that I
must rest. How can 1 rest?tow can
any human being, who >"?? a heart,
rest ?" he demanded, as he paced up
?anrt rtnwTTi in hi? office tn the Aeolian
Buncing. to wfiich he had come?one
Weak day last week In order to do
?'?'"f Ifrm ?"nld the "trag
edy of the children" to the attention ot,
"These are not exaggerated figures^
Inflated tor the purposes ot propagan
da. that I am giving.'" Mr. Straus went1
cn. Tbey are conservative estimat
es, based on the reports of trained so-;
ctal workers, American Investigators
who have spent from one to three yewrs
abroad as representatives or the Joint
Distribution Committee through which
the American Jewish Relief Commit-;
tee extends Its aid to the war-stricken
people ot Europe. And what do tbev?
a?M? Jewish Wir-Oifku?
la tke rkrmlM
?'One of our investigators. Dr. Fruk
BnubteU, who has just returned frv>n*
the Ukraine, reports mat mere are
200.000 war orphans In that cooalrr
alone. It Is there, in at Ukraine,
where Jews hare been slaughtered in
the thousands and tens of thousands,
and other thousands and tens ot thorns
ands have perished of hunger and <
aaae. that ?5.000 children will die
?winter. No power on earth can save
them." Mr. Straus declared, "mud un- '
lees America acts-qaickty. unless there
is an immediate and overwhelming re
sponse to the appeal ot Ute American
Jewish Relief Committee for $14.MO.-.
000, their fate will be shared by tkws
ands upon thousands of other orphans.
"Then there is SoTiet Russia! Sc
one knows exactly what is going oa
behind the curtain of mystery vkick
baa hidden Russia from the world's
gaxe for so many years, hut there are
head reds of thousands of Jewish chil
dren dying in that territory, according
r to reports that hay? come to js . Tfcere
ara 40.000 Jewish orphans in Poland
and there ar? thousands of Jewish or
phans In Austria, in Hungary, all over
* * ea Every Highway
"h?ro ar* J ?risk orpfcan m ?twt J
way ar.d ?r?rj by-war of Eant*'.
Stran? cmAntd. "Toa ru aaa I
OB t h? aatrtoadty nmti of tka
M| etttos. ImaiTC tor tnsti; m taa
IN t ho m In lb* citrae ?ad Uiim
ban bm *raauii4 Vr battla ui
ta Un bop* of a ad in? a kit of iUl?
r MMkN Um( arm aaltaTr
t Man am lk* roads, ra caa aaa i
la tka Bald aad ta tka toraata. ??
araajra IWj aia k<ak>. tlnji l
SATS WIFE LOOKS
? t LJLRS T006EK
Lhtw iMt lu U tlUl* tie IWat
Tulw-tntin? Sla Mcn4
C, O. Farabee. $22 Elm St.. Utile
Rock. Ark., a -retired merchant and
stock dealer who still holds hanking
and tannins Interests in Arkansas, Is
enthusiastic about Tanlac. In relat
ing the remarkable beaeSts received
by his wife tram the use of the medi
cine he said:
it vas possible tor any med
iae did 'mj v>fe I wouldn't hare be
'Hexed U?*n) Bat irt ? tatl It haj
duoe more for Vf mli the mdi
cum and troUMM ah g loot la O*
past fifteen rears put together, and
tor the first time la all thee? years
she is That could be called well and
"To snake matters woree. about
Sgo_she had to undergo
for appefldlUUs and af
ter the operation she -was la a weak,
and helpless condition. She had no
appetite, could not digest her food
property and had awful attacks of
pal pitat sen of the heart and shortness
of breaOiT S?ke hid Bb strength uui
energy and we could fine nothing to
build her *r.
"PKtamtelT. on? of her friends
brootit fc#r a bottle of Tulit and lt
te certainly wonderful how?she res
ponded to this medicine. It gave her
a splendid appetite and she seemed to
get new life and energy with every
dose. All her stomach trouble dis
appeared. the color came back to her
cheeks and she began to sleep Uke a
healthy child all night long. She
looks twenty years younger, too. Of
course we are enthusiastic about Tan
lac at i>?r home." ?
~T:ir 'i.- is sold by leading drug
gists evei; mlieie." Adv.
cumber threatened with typhus and
other epidemics. unless.the American
moved to help them, and help them
1 To b< Continued Xtn Week)
FBASDJSTO> SCHOOL SEWS
The small boys have a new basket
h.U Wiltin? ic 1-n.fhlnf
them. Miss Stacey is getting good
work trvxn the high school girls in
baske; hall; while Pred Morris con
tinues to coach the boys. But still
the targe majority of our students
tmld Uiwi Uamis-b?
cause they have no athletic equipment,
seed a giant stride, a merry-go
Cvjoceraing programs of the Liter
ary Soctetr Eiittsetlf Pnmell in?nr
article, writes as follows:
"Obe ol the aatt attractive as well
as interesting programs ever given in
the Lanier Literary Society was the
program tor Friday afternoon January
fc. 132!. The program consisted of a
play. ~ facie Nelson's Ghost" .which
*ii presented by the Ninth Grade,
with tke assistance of the eighth.
The piny was a black tace comedy
with three scents laid in a ruggted cab
in in the mountains of North Carolina.
Tke acting of Gle-en Wilder as Uncle |
Nelsoa was very good as was that of
Lavina Green, his wife Sally Anne.
Jo? Banks as Dsddit eating ftU hread
-and Lasses, brought forth peals of
laughter from the audience. Vera
Wester also deserves mention.
The climax of the play was reached
when Cade Nelsoa who was believed
to have died of "the flues' sucdenly ap
peared at the wedding of his daugh
ter. Haria. to the great terror of the
ElMk* of officers tor the Sprin*
term respited as foMows: President
Nell? Jorner; Vice-President Douglas
But?: Secretary Wilson Kearaey;
Tlwsirtr Thomas Mttchlner Censor
Ai? C*>?ke; Critic Miss Stacey; Pro
rrasa Dirfftor Miss F. Winston.
Friday. Jan. !*. 1*21 "Sing a Song
of Senior*." a most delirhtfnl one act
reooh <Vpk~tinc college life wms
by t be girls of the Senior
Class in tke Lanier Literary Society.
Mr<s Mary ReVd Daniels as type of a
lazy, omtaariac room-mate vas de
N**?f*>ty ml while Miss Halite Win
Mo? sfcostd real drama;? instinct In
her rale. Miss Grace Wester as a
>w?n sui I ft J (rirl played a splendid
part Miss Disaheth Pnraell as
lyMkUM Mht of the faculty, hased
by these Seniors
? ? i ?wt* akrteks <* laacktar;
?tD? V? Clair* Rnnwy as Prtad- I
pal art?4 my Balaralty.
)Bn Frasda Winston aa director i
wc> mdlt for the akliral
?nmuiira tkia fetfefcttat little c<*n
?0. Tka pl*t Itself *11 bwifclil
kiraaa? af tk* pActare of Oallaca lifa
la knw tka "Sin* of thla !
lor Daaa MMrarf apoa tlltl fluh*
aa4 tka rata Joka tk?y awi to ?tar
Louisburg |tn u> & 1tcU*|" In
huktt ball r*c?tlyi bat n are Ur
in* to beat Loutsburc Cone acala! .
VHAT HAVK YOU DONE TODAY?
We shall do much in Uw roars to oom>
Bat what har? we <lone today.
We shall lire our sold In a princely
But what did w? fin today?
We shall lift the heart ana dry
We sball plant a hope is tbe
We ihsll ipait the words of lore ud
We shall be so kind in tbe afterwhiie;
But what hare we been today?
We shall brin* to each lonely lite a j
But arhat hare we brought today?
We shall sire to truth a grander birth
Wg shatH t??<l lite tiuurr soals of
But this is tbe things 6ar
What hare we dune today?
Two big innnpatrrrs Ti-ttt -pw-w
this spring ? T h? Brst win be for bet- |
ter poultry and more poultry. Mr. I
H. H. B. Mask. Assistant state .Vre o 11
wno ts ?*U .fcjin ?.-to t h? county ?od
Mr. A. G. Oliver. la Chare?, Poultry
Clubs, will help with tats. Remem
ber the 6.SOO tea (?n shipped tnto
Louisburg the past tall! We hop*
i that the people of Franklin County
j will supply the ess markets at LouU
i bur?. Franklinton and Youngsville this
j year. The second campaign will Ua
tor Better Breads. We hope to add
j yeast breads this year. The Round -
ICp-Contest will be the day of the Snv
. enth Grade Commencement. Mrs.
' McKimmon. Stats Home Demonstra
tion Agent, will be present to judge
I the breads and to deliver the Diplo
mas to those completing tour years of
Home Demonstration Work. These
past tour years by the Board of edu
cation of the county.
NINE ES9ILVTIAL FEtTVWKv; TOR
FROF1TABLE POULTRY K?EP!NG.
1. Keep better poultry. Standard
bred poultry increases production
and improTes the quality.
? a v-i-? .Hftif
thy. vigorous breeders produce mail
r3. Hatch the chicks earty. Early
hatched pullets produce tali and win
Preserve when cheap
[high In price.
5. Prodaca. infertile em. They
keep better. Fertile <CK ajv
? Cull the
profitable producers and redav* tha
T. Keep a back yard ftxk. A
I small Hock in the back yard wt'.l sup
[ply the town family.
S. Grow your poultlry feed. Home
grown teed Insures an available and
9. Eat more poultry and egjt*
Poultry and eggs are highly nutriti
FIRST CARE OF BABY CHICKS
The first requirement of young
chicks la warmth. When brooded bv
Lhej remain under the mothers
nearly all the ffill ftn two or t^rec
i days. Buyers of chicks should haxe
a brooder ready and warmed whei
j the chicks arrive. A brooder for
i temporary use may be made as fbl
| lows: Take a box. without cjver.
? about IS to !l inches squar- ?d 1?
i inches high. In ?at sice n?t tbe
1 bottom, cut an opening s Inches hign
by 10 inches lonjg tor the chicks to'
'pass through. Protect this open-ns]
with a strip of doth, taraed alUit cp
per edge, having perpendicular slits
| from the lower edge to within half an
| Inch of the top to give the clucks pas
sage. This box covered on top w.ts
a piece of old blanket or quilt, ma v be
used without heat or a large bottle cf
I hot water may be necessary to keep
j the chicks comfortable.
Youngs chirks should not be te1
tor from >4 to K hours after hatrhinc
1 and will not suffer If give? no food un
Itil the third day. The yolk of the
: egg. which Is atworhed by the chick,
tarnishes nil the nourishment requir
ed during this Ume. It is this pro
vision of nature that make? It pom
?Mtrablt Al (te stan N
ta xlrinbJ. to IM ?t? Um k d?r
tltrrutta? k ank w aolt M. wk
?s ?*11 n?M can hroi wltk kani
tral* or malt> M. A? j tw<i r
BALLOT UUTABLI UAL. KRT ATT
MONDAY. mUtCART ?. in> |
M kav at mm. tel m v?V
A Very Special Purchase1
Enablesnis to sell a new lot of Havy Blue all wool
Window Shades, all colors 50c
Curtain Scrim, fancy "flowered,
plain white and ecru.... 10c
Beautiful Ginghams, plaids,
striped and plain, all col
Nice smoothe bleaching- 36
Good quality Apron checks
Pretty plaid?houoe dresses,
made up very attractive with
Ric-Rac braid 98c
Real linen chmev lace.... lOtr
"Waist aprons, white lawn and
gin grim m ?T^TT^Oc""
Lovely table damasks $2 qual
ity . .tt........ $1.48
L/ovely table dauiask $1.50
Bed quilt calico, all colors 10c
Childrens union suits .... 48c
Sateen Petticoats, all colors 98c
Soft velvet liatSj all colors $2.49
Ready-made Pepperell sheets
H^mrtitfthed h Tie k 39c
Turkish bath cloths ...... 5c
Beautiful Velour Coat Suits made in the latest
styles, fur and Emb-trimmed
? Value $65*00
tka E&st fcy t h? lands ot HllUrd Cook* I
sad L. L. Whitaker on th? South by;
:h* lands ot Mrs. A. M. Mol? on th?
Went by lb* lands of J H Brodi? and
qpntaimn* on? hundred and ?tneir-sli
?n*. mor? or lass, and being th?
Aads conveyed to th? said W. C. *Vhlt
Aw by T. H. Whltakcr and wlf? by
feed recorded in th? office of th? R?c
ist?r of Deeds of Franklin Ooooty. to
*Uck dee<i referenc? is hereby mad*
Mr a mor? detailed description ot th?
said tract ot land.
Also all their right, title and Interest
in and to the property (m?< by T. H.
Whitaker at th? Um? ot his death as
tterised to the said W. C. Whitaker by
will ot said T. H. Whitaker recorded
in the office of the Clerk of the Super
K>r Court ot Franklin County in Book
ot Wills W. pace ?I, or as arqntred by
said W. C. Whitaker as heir at law
and distribute? ot said T. H. Whit
sker. the same consisting In part of
th* residence ot the sani T. H. Whit
aker. th* Ballard store hntldin?.' t He
niack house lot. all In th? town ot
Prenklinton. said Com<t and Stat*,
ad th? Inerest ot the said W. C.
Whitaker to th? proceeds ot th? sale
'IracM to be made or said property
l.y the will of said T. H. Whitaker.
This the (3rd day or Jan.. liU.
This la a re eel? on account ot tka
raisin? of the h t?hm< bid made at the
i sat sale as allowed by law.
W. H. YARBtmOtJOH.
TO TOWS TAXPAYERS
On and altar February nrut. One per
' will ba aiMed to Una per
on this additional coat. Jan XSrd.
l n lt A. W. ALSTON. Oerk.
mtATXTJ OR BTOUN-htm and
H. C. 1-tT-lt
ikd by ?li Lao ot th*
Mt authority rnats^ed h that dyd
Onb (wMnw) ba Ban T. RolVn.
I will pay you higher prices lor
your furs than anybody in
- See cie btfore you sell. -
Remember too, a full line of fancy groceries.
Tours for buisness,
M. C. Murphy
South Main St. Phone 295-L
rqv l. H. K?um>. oa IM bat by
tb* BirtMrt Air LIm Railway. M t h?
9ooth try tka lat? O. W. Wtaaton lands
bow Mn. MU? D. DUay*a. and n
tin *Ml kr O* K. P. Black lay land?.
i ka4n4 u4 twaaty
I bit tract of Iu4 aLvWk An
*M aalMd. A two
uraat balac eoa*?yad ?kkk
of tka aaa atatk tatanat
aa a cMM aad Mr at law a* Aathoay
H. Osaka a*4 oaa-alatk la? at at par
tt? P. 8. wtta tgr
TUa tka Mtk *ay of Ju. l?n
irTM BBN T. BOUMEN.
roucuimmi tux* land.
By Tlrtaa of tk* 1
at ?boat the hour of noon at th? Court
boa?? door In L?oul*burg, N. C. oS?r,
for ml? at public auction, to the hlgh
?at blddar for caah tha pruparty In aald
daad of truat con-rayed and thera da?
crlbad aa follow*: >
Beginning at a atone on tha road
loading from W. T. Daan'a to Cadar
Rock church; thane? alone tha road
N 1 1 Id K 71 chalna; thanoa N S 1-24
W (.71 chalna. thanc? N IV 1-41 1 4.19
chalna to a atone on tha rltfht aid* of
road In C. T. Btokee' ma; thanc?
leaving tha mad N Rid ? ?.? chain?
to a large Pin?, Btokaa' oornar; thanc?
N M K IS.08 chalna to a Blackgum<
J. A. Daan'a oornar; thanoa along an
old canal and a Una of chopped traaa
N C7d K 1.1* chains to ? new canal3
th?noe along aald canal and along tha
croak aa K maandara to a daad Hick
ory la a quarry of rock; thanoa along
tha meandering* of high watar mark
of aa old mil pond to a atone and Pop
lar and Rlaekgamp pa tat ara. W. T?
Daan'a oornar; Umbo* S U 1-M W.
*?.7? chalaa to a atona andpalateta.
T. Daan'a oornar; thanaa B M 1-M
|W lt.n chalaa tothebaglaalng, 00?.
Thto Jan. 17, 1*11. ?T M