T ? . .V * * W
And Ending April
WITH RALLY PAY ^
Jane S. McKimmoxu Hon.
Josephus Daniels, Dr. X. 0.
T.lndeman, Among the Speak
era? Jtecip^s, Premiums and
"^Committees for the Cam
B?Kinnlag, Mob day March 6th. the
most Intensive campaign ever held In
North Carolina for Better Dreads, will
be tut on In Rranklln Count J . The
?campaign will end April 8th with a Fi
nal contest and Rally Day In the Court
in Louisburg .
The purpose of the campaign Is to
?eh.phaslw the necessity of better
"b^cafl for better health. When we
reaitzo that one-third by weight of all
? teuu uityy lH tua a>w?ie D?nw oou
a'ists ot cereals, and that the greater
t of these cereals is served In. the
tiTreadltf see that
_ortaijt .that ttu1
be of' good quality. It Is with
idea of improving the qaallty of
bread used in Franklin County
.t the Campaign is* Being held,: iv
>revlous to the 4atft set lor the final
oontflst and Rally, the' Home E) anion
atratton^genliwHl viait esc^tlah and
school in FranKUn County 'to assist
?U>y girl or woman. who needs 05 dp
? .; tires, help In bread making. y .j. v...
' ?*"??- Flelschman Yeast Company
? 1 Bejod yeaat daily until the close
.f ?l^>ll>IIHil II I WFniUhllu goataty
?women who Willi distribute the yeast
and halp- the Home Demonstration
Agent demonstrate yeast. breads. Lo
cal contests will be held in each com
munity In the Cponty ou March 3t.
April 4th; or 5th. The girls and wo
men who wl'a out at loc?l contests
will represent tl^eir cominu&ttiea in
the final contest fcy making breads to
exhibit at the Rally . Women and
girls who 11 v* too tar from a school
or a club to enter a local contest can
enter the final contest by making ar
rangement with the Home Demonstra
tion Agent. >
The final contest will be held in the
courthouse April 8th. At this time
(our Home Demonstration Agents from
adjoining counties fUl judge the
breads, wkils th? mon?J|g program Is
being carried out. Breads may be
entered frt>?? 8:80 tmill, 10.30 A. M.
The program will be opened promptly
at eleven A. M. t?y speeches by Mrs.
Jane 8. McKlmmon, Stats. Home Deffi
onstration Agent, Hon. Josephus Dan
ogy, ?t*?f"~i _
speakers. v'At thi# I
given by ths Count jr.!
,tlon, to th? girls.
lng two and tour
presented. - Ih the
es will be swarded
r . 10 ?<
ok can h?ve 49 antriea In tke Ann!
Th? following women will
flowers u premiums:
Mrs. H. C. Taylor, 1 fern.
Mrs. John Howell, 1 tern.
Wl, t ^N. WUUupison 1 palm.
Mrs. *. ^P. Wheleaa, 1 fem. .?
Mrs. J. H. Boone, 1 fern.
Mrs. W. E. Collier, 1 fern.
Mrs. C. B. Edena, 1 fern.
Mrs. Pattie H. Plttmsn, 1 begonia.
Mrs. George Cooper, 1 begonia.
M&s Hay Cooper, I sultana.
Mrs. Ida Hale. 1 begonia.
Mrs. Horace Hilton, 1 fern.
Mrs. W. W. Webb, 1 begonia.
Mrs. 0. T. Yar bo rough, 1 fern, l|
sultana, 1 geranium.
Mrs. S. T. Wilder, 1 fern. .
Mrs. T. W. Watson, 1 begonia, 11
Mrs. P. A. Reavis, 1 fernt l gerka*4
Mrs. Sid Hale. 1 Oxalis.
Mrs. O. J. Hale, 1 fern. .
Mrs. James Collier, 6 begonias,' Ju
Mrs. R. C. Beck, 1 fernvi geranium,
> ? Mm. O.uM. Bsum, 1 fmV-. ?>. V
Mrs. W. B. Morton, 2 rerns, ,U
Mrs. M. S. Clifton. 6 ferns. ;J
Mrs. C. A. Ragland, "S- begonias, l|
I geranium, l fern .
Mrs. J. L. Palmer, 2 ferns.
Mrs. P..B. Griffin, 1 fern, 1 begonia. |
Mrs. O. C. Hill, 1 fern, 1 oxalis.
Mrs. W. T. Person, 2 ferns.
Miss Mamie Brown, 1 begonia, 2 1
ferns, 1 oralis, 2 chrysanthemums.
Mrs. Q. A. Newell, 3 ferns.
Mrs. E. W. Furgurson, 1 chrysan- ]
Mrfr. R.C.Alleu, 1 tern, 1 oxalis.
Mrs. Sam Vann, 6 specimen plants.
stores, papers and commercial Ooa?
j-cerna are a$ follows:
1. To each gjirl and woman entier
local contest, 1 cook book. Royal, Ry-.
son and Rumford Biding Powder Com
2. To each girl and. woman enter
ing the final contest, 1 manual, South
ern Cotton Oil Co.
S. To the school entering the lar
gest per cent of Its enrollment of girls
in the local contest. Woman's Home
Companion, E. L.. Best. .
4 . To the school . entering the lar
gest per cent of the eligible girls" In
the final contest, 1st $2.50 First Na
tional Bank, Louis burg; 2nd Progres
sive Farmer, Clarence Poe.
5. To the school entering the lar
gest number of community women 1*
the local oontMtt. Indies Home Jour
nal. W. R. Mills.
6. To the school entering the lar
gest number, of ft# eligible commun
women In the final contest, 1st $2
Citlren's Bank, Franklin Ion ; Sod
them Ruralist, C. A. Qobb.
-7i-? To the cluU h&vlsg t
par cent of its membership
In th? local contest, Dellne*.
torlent Perry . r t
..!? ..TofDi* clqW having i~
per cent of Its eligible mem
ed in the final contest,
keeping, B, 8. Ford,
9. To the school brfegfcur tte
rulatOT, ROMt' rjT? *hd T?fl Cent
"tore; fnd 1 potted plants; 3rd 1 aet
(lusns. Wlnrs' ?t*e; 4th 2 1-1 iba.
b*klng powder Wjarnn) ; 5th 1 bucket
?wnrdlfctj 6th *tm'7tt potted plant
for Mush. ?
IS. To the giri exhibiting the beat
?*?' bT*Jd:^ ' I ??*?? toilet water,
r. P. Boddlo; tad 1 pair all It hose,
yr. If. FILLER chibf'
Lu_ - FIRE DEPARTMENT
A. W. Alstoa A.aUorIie4 U Settle Vp
ekvrek JMpmt-Tt BeorgulM
T%* Board of Town Commissioner*
m?t at all o( the Mayor on Tuesday
night wltb a" present except VW4.
Ths mwtln^ wis called to order by
the Mayor and The following business
The resignation of Mr. O. C. Hill
aa Chief of the Fire Department was
received and accepted.
Mr. W. N. Fuller was elected Chief
of the Fire Department at. a aalary of
$50 a year, with power to organise the
Fire Company with ten men at a sal
ary of $26 a year each, and report the
names to the BBard and the Iasura?oe
Department without delay.
V~AL?W. Alston Wa-V anthorlzed to sefcr
tie )u dfevent of Roy Dpchurch vs. the
Town, With T. W. ftufftn. ,
A number of claims were allowed
And the Board adjourned.
DBUG STORK PABTIALtY
BCKNKD AT FRAXKLINTON
j? t j?i .
FranKIlnton. March 6.? 3Bre broke
*ut In the.Cooke-Speed Drug ^o. store
this mornlng^bou^ 18 : 30 o'clock . The
Ire started In tlie preecrlptilon depart
Ijaett and soon spread orer tAe store
hut the timely appearance of (She Are
department of the town soon (extin
guished the flames .' There wap con
sictcrabla-damage done to stoclfVnd to
furnishing of the storfe whlcfi-^were
new and up-to-date. Some tnaur&jjce
was carried but It Is not learned at.
this time how much the loss above In
surance will be.
lUrgf College presents im.gtad
."Miss J ante Bolton, Con
Ito, Wednesday evening, 8.30 o'clock
College Auditorium. Public cordially
u._ ? ~* ? o
The wedding qt MIbh Mary Sherrod,
of Franklin county, and Mr. ?tarb?rt
H. Kearney occurred on the ^ttefrioon
of February 24, In room 11, Kenil worth
hospital, the ceremony being perform
ed by Rex.- BenJeAtB'T. Sorgtee of the
Ntfrtji Aphevtlls Baptftrt cbfcrch. Idas
Shi rrim and M.r Kearney are both na
tives Vof the state, their birthplace be
iajt/wlthln a ttw miles of the other In
WmnklUx count#;- Mr. Kearney ha*
Bved In Texas and Oklahoma the great
er part of hflf lite, returned to North
- it wa* if
his service and
[worth. The mar
the culmination ol
began before the troops
unites two popular
friends wfll wish
j. ? A&hevllle Tim
and ?re worthy
la expected th^t
a large crAwd wOV W: jrteent ti lend
encouragement Mid aid to the little
tots. - 6a -?
M| of the
Announceiasnt ku b**n nUi that
LAUHburg High Sltaonl BMkWf- VBdll
t?M? ffl pl?f HMTv?od?r)io* Hlrh
athool ttUB IB LouW>>urt7TtR pi<n
BEDUCE TAXES ?
ON* - THIRD
]Jk ^RAJiSLnrrow township fob
~ ' SO ADS
amm 4b T ? "
Allows Special School Election Is
Bonn District ? Beport* Received ?
Muth Bootlne ? Met TwMtj
Tb? Commissioners met in regular
session on Monday wKfe-tttt members
preset Alter Reading and approv
JM i#nutes of previous meetings the
following business was transacted:
On motion of Hudson and seconded
'by Ttjobfirlake the rate of taxation (or
the t?ad Issue In Frankllnton town
ship * as reduced from 30 centa to 20
cents on the $100 worth ot property
aad the rate ot tax tor maintenance
was reduced from 16 cents to 10 ceqt?,
and the Sheriff directed to make such
? The; report ot the Dunns Township
Road Trustees was received and filed.
F. V- Justice was before the Board
ts regard to a bridge at John Medllns,
but the matter waa turned over to
Commissioner Timljerlake for inves
Report of Miss Pauline Smith was
^?ad, Approved and filed.
The committee composed of Hudson
Id Wilder, reports that the town' has
?(reed to start their work and put the
County property In sanitary condition
It was ordered that the County Au
ditor be directed to Issue a draw back
to r G. E. Debnamito the amount of
*20 .16 tor error in listing tax (or 1920 j
Report ot J. J. Holden. Superlnten
aefal or t ounty Home was received and
filed. He reports nine white and
eight colored Inmates. He also re
ports the death since last report of
Mrs. C. H. Row, white, and Jane Mor
gan and Simon Jeffreys, colored.
Report of Dr. J. E. Malone, Covnty
Health Officer was received and filed
He reports County Hcfltie and JatfweU
Wared for and no complaint^..- "He al-l
I is Reports thftt^e_li?sturs Tow,n
Iphip rouj ffircp ?T- t ill good t-$an
jyj>on order_the County Auditor was
requested to investigate the 40 per
cent oil on standing timber of Mont
frflf i |l rwmhni Tii and Qreenleafr
Johnson Lumber Co. In. Dunna.. Hat
rig -:and Cedar Rock townships.
A petition for a special tax school
election be granted for Bunn High
School was received and rranted .
Aftp allowing a number ot accounts
the Jfcrd adjourned to meet again on
Tueajftfc March 7 th.
Seph J. Davis.
' hare been re
to the followl;
pf Veterans. All
Id are at the Nbaj&XMgt&iAi
'or Women, at Oreeiisboro;
?fay and B. C60*fc &
J. , Metta Scholarship. ralutf'
_ ? V
Rlgglns Scholarship, valu$l
TU gflp OF THE RKVOLCnOS
Keep on ay men keep on
W? will atop ho mora
DoSK stop until wa arfre
The QrttiM from our ihore.
We'll g^Aer o/well die
(R RlftBS *
met Tuesday In accord
nment, but were un<
th? bwrtness before
ly. Therefore thev
it to Thunday, March
Orrjan Randolph Smith Scholarship
A^^nd 1^. Scholarship at Raleigh.
Thpaa Wishing tor apply for any of
theaa pefcolarsblps will addrou Mrs.
Peter-Oftrrrtl, ?M Wert Fifth IKn
tor application blanks.
Keep IPU m*B Ore fast
Flscht bratVwigi nrten
Well fight, to the tWy last
I k#W wfl| surely' wliv.
If wo fight so goo*! .
Those Brian no looted
Stood <W^ they atipf.
tf W., Fifth Grade.
tha fifth frado that
>r Roll (or the month
iDubbs" will be
In# school house
lt<Sr benlnuln* at
I Come ana Md ail
bull w. riMojnreA**^'
111* entire town was shocked and
miMwwI Saturday night "by the aevf
of the sodden death of Mr*. A. W.
Mm. firna wu before Mr mar
riage Miss Margurltfi Miltkan, of M1H
ken. Louisiana. 3h# r IM to-t_oui*
burg as a student at T? Irtg'g Coi
tal* is INI. it w%? UMtl that Mr.
Person met aiktf laved tua*a?d won her
a? hi* bride. Two cblldran, Lydla and
James Were ??ot to bless this happy
Mrs. ^frrsoaW*? a member of the
Methodist' church ami active In Its
work. Hsr giuula-y School elaee ? o (
boys lust An their teems were devoted
tu kn nil fuel keen ly the loss of their
teacher^' " *
She bad had attacks 01 violenT head
ache for some time. Hoping to ob
tain relief from this trouble sh? went
to Raleigh Wednesday tor a slight
nasal operation. She seemed perfect
ly well, going where ew -^ks wished
until Saturday when she fyd another
headache. She did not consider It at
all serious and talked In a.' perfectly
-natural way to members of the family
lust before they went ? late ? supper.
When they returned from the dining
room they found her dead. The posi
tion In which she had been lying Was
unchanged and the peaceful expres
sion on her face showed that she 1
passed away without a struggle
a candle when It is blown out.
Telegrams were Immediately
out to her relatiyes and Mr. Person
Mrs. Priestly Mangum, of Wake H. .
est, n.ee Miss Harriet Person; Mrs
Will Nicholson, nee Miss Bird Person,
and Miss Abiah Person, of Kin
ston; Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Per
son,. of Greenville, N. C. ; Mr. E.
?C. Person, of Macon, Ga. ; Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Ml liken, of Millken, La.,
Mia. P anion's father and mutliw ;' Mth.
Andrews, _ of V?ilmlngton, nee Miss
Irene Miliken; and Mrs. Long, of
Memphis. Tena., nee Miss Marie Mili
!;er. : al^ came as soon as possible af
ter receiving the message, but owing
: to the great distance and indirect
' routes of travel it was Tuesday morn
I ing before the last onga reached Lo.iis
|T^f fuuerWSrSfc hpld from the home
Tuesday afternoon at'igJJ1' o'clock. To
the soft music Of ' the ac3PI8Panlm?nt
! played by Mrs. 0. TT. Y arbdFl>"Mif*
| Williams, Mrs. Messrs. Bla/P
Tucker and WilB?uih>-Iackson sang
V?Asleep in Jesus. ' Be*. G. F. Smith
Iread the solemn wordM of the burial
1 service and Rev. L. 3., JdSesey offered"
if. prayer for God's blessing on the be
| rt-avod husband and motherless l'ttl<?
ones . Reverently ?nd tenderly the
pall-bearers, L. L. Joyner, F. B. Mc
Klnne. 0. Y. Yarboro, M. S. Clifton.
Dr. H. |I. Johnson and tr. ti. Allan
took up the casket and bore tt from
the ho us* for Its last journey to It*
final earfKx resting place1.
At the" grave Mr. Smith read the
j concluding passages' of the solemn
burial service and at the words "ashes
to asfa?r> *nd dust to dust" the petals
of a shattered rose were showered on
th? coBln. Tlta, mound of earth which
ioofarett the coffin was completely hld
dei but tha. great masses of flowers
MM.br Wiving friends and relative*.
tWlflrit-tti Carpenter, -W??> JHat-'
UM^AMaa, Lojan and Ewlnj.
content hud been prepared. To ehoae
partn p'rm for the oontest Urge num
bers wrf e written on cards which ware
then cat In two' and the upper batree
'distrlbated am ?* tfe the
????# Other* played
Car>e<*e# prored to be
Rook player and Mlae
ft "were then Mrred,
were two o*. three tweet-peas, the
olasa flower of the Seniors.
' Breey 90* had a Jolly tine lai the
Jtintor* ?ae tooMOf forward to n?it
RADIO FHfljTK imtUUD
* ** * .
Frankllnton, M*reh*y~A. H. '
hat* Just completed Uw feataHmei
? radio phcne In hla incidence on.!
street. The outfit fci complete h
?ry way and the connection wltK
?r stations Is re#ortM to b? excel
. Saturday night connection wm I
with Pittsburg, Cincinnati aad c
rltlfs and among the thlagu enj
was a concert by Frits Krelslwr,
great rlollnlst. ' , ,v..
Mr. Vann reports bin Intently,
hearing the gr?t arMsta tntfc* !
certa which the* *111 fire ifi- i|
where oonncctloa can ha mad?.
Mrs. Ida Hale la visiting I
!?t Abb?i Ilia and Dillon, S. C.
MIbs Lulls Jarman
a Kichmond Hospital for
Mr. H. IT: fflltWt'Ha la trarslln*
(or the Durham Hosiery Mill, spent tils
week-end at home. .
Dr. and Mrs . H. A. Newell, of Has.
derson, spent the week-end with -theftr
brothers In Loulsburg.
Mr. J. W. Smith wick, of Warra*.
comity. spent flnnday with Us broth- '
er, Dr. D. T. Smith wick.
Messrs. T. W. Ruffln. C. C. Hud- '
son, S. A. Mawell and Dr. H. H.
Johnson. iWUl Raleigh Monday.
iWwfck. of Hinder -
:-end with hier par
.. D. T. Smith wick.
T. A&ipqrson, ot
e In town tJUs week to
funeral of A. W.
Miss Frances Smlthwick wlH spend
this week-end with Miss Geraldine
Smith at Greensbboro Female Colfeke.
I Miss Bessie Blacknall, a missionary
I from Alaska now at home oil a fur
I longh, spent Sunday with her cousins.
jMrs. E. S. Foster and family..
| Mrs. G. R. McOrady, of Raleigh,
land Mrs. N. B. Ails brook, of Mebane.
are spending a tew days with their
i parents. Chief and Mrs. D. C. High.
j Mr. and airs. Arch Green, of Phil
adelphia, Yisited h|p ? A..
M. Hall Week. Mrs. S?eea
j J^IKin for a week or twot.|M?efc
?--' Barnes, Mrs. . M. A.
|Jwnk las. Miss Eva -Qgleiiby ftnd Miaa
! Stella Ward, of Raietg-b, Mr. J. Br
; Ashley afld C.. R. Aahteyrfct Fairmont.
'Mrs. A. W. Jones, of Wake Forest.
wer? guests of Mrs. W. H. Pleasants
?Jr., attending Miss M&ude Ashley's,
I .'?( , - H THE SOUTH
' 1 W |IS<
rector* of the OrowaM' Am
from warehouseman Boards of Tt?iW
and Marketing Cental* espreesiwg tha
wish to -do bunineea wt ~ "
tion, ? no difficulty to
securing all properties
marketing of the hundrMt of i
of poondB now under contract in i
The appointment of the Committee
to prepare for the lease or pure haft*
of such warehouses as are needed for
marketing the 19JJ crop at all Asae
elation Members, was made alter UMt
report of those Directors who rotaMj
ed from. Kentucky as eye witnpatsa Of
the succeesful operation Of the Ken
tucky Barley Growers Marketing As
sociation which controls aad opihUs
orer 100 warehouses In Kerftwbkyv
West Virginia. Ohio and Indiana.
First hand study of Uhm'
methods of finance and ma
ed by the organisation ot I
tucky growers who hj
able sales of millions
their crop of 1921 I
tors ot the Virgin!
tion la- preparing to ;
While praising the
Kentucky Bnrlagr >'