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7~ HORSE, YOUNG, SOUND AND LADY
BROKE TO TRADE FOR HEAVY WORK
MULE OR HORSE. THE HORSE NOT *
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A BUGGY AS FAST AS YOU WANT TO
E. S. FORD
THE FRANKLIN TIMES
11-50 Per T?ar In Unin
Having qualified a* Executor of the
estate of H:\ywood Weat, deceased, late
of Franklin County, notice 1* hereby
given all persons holding claims
against said estate to present them to
the undersigned on or befove the 28th
day of Joly, 1923 or this notice will be
plead In bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to cald eotate will
please come forward and make Imme
diate settlement- This July 27, 1922.
7-28-6t JOE WE8T. Extr.
FBANKLIN INS. * BEALTY CO.
LOANS AND INSURANCE
drove's Tasteless chill Toaic restore*
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
strengthening, invigorating effect, see how
it brings color to Cbeete ??d haw
it improves the appetite, you *dll then
appreciate its troe tonic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
pleasant even children like it. The blood
needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to
Enrich it. /Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by Its Strengthening. Invigor
ating Effect. 80c.
THE FRANKLIN TIMES
$1-60 Per Tear In Advance.
CAUSED BY RATS
The estimated damage caused by rats In this country Is three bil
lion, seven hundred and fifty million dollars per year.
There are fivo-fntg to every human being ? In other words, there
are five hundreifmllllon rats and each rat destroys two cents worth
of property per day.
The ext 'mated loss from rats In the United States alone for one
year is more than one-half of the total rre loss In this country and
Canada for thirty -eight years.
R^ts are not only great destroyers of property; they are carriers
of disease and they cause much sickness and many deaths.
To rid your place of rats quickly and effectively us Rat Nip. Feed
it to them a night or two and your house, barn, stable or whatever
It may be will be clea.- of them. They like It and can't resist ft.
Rat Nip comes In tubes, it Is cleanly and easy to handle. It can
bo w|uees?d out, not coming In contact with your hands. Join the
treat campaign tor the extermination of these pests by purchasing
a tab* of RAT NIP, which Is ?rw sold by
I?. P. HICKS
WtAHKLDf COUNTY 7 AIR
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DEPARTMENT 1 1
Mesdames J. A. Mitch in er, S. B.
Nash, C. C. Pippin and T. H. Dick
ens are representing the Franklin
County Clubs at the Farm Women'!
Convention this week.
Craven Count; is sending 70 girls
and women to Vtbe Farm Women's
Convention in Raleigh this week.
This is possible through the coopera
tion of the County Superintendent of
Craven County who is sending the
delegation on bis school trucks. Will
Franklin a next door neighbor of
Wake do as well?
The lollowing report comes from
the Bunn Woman's Club:
"The Woman's Club met at Mrs. C.
C. Pippin's Saturilay; July 22nd for
their regular meeting. The president
called the meeting to order and.. the
secretary read the minutes of foe pre
vious meeting and called the roll.
The following business was then
transacted- We decided to give a
play. Mesdames C. C. Pippin, Har
riet Williams and B. Mac Mullen were
appointed to get up this play and Mrs,
J. H. Chomaa to act as publicity
committee. The members were each
asked to furnish ice cream for the
night, about ten gallons being prom
The following officers were elected
by ballot for the comlag year. Pres
ident, Mrs. C. C. Plpplfi, Vice-prssU
dent, Mrs. B. C. Johnson, Secretary,
Mrs. B. Mac Mullen, Assistant Secre
tary, Mrs. W. A. Mullen.
We will meet at the homes of the
members until school opens. Our next
meeting will be held at Mrs. Lee
Jontr. August 22. I
Delightful refreshments were serv
ed by the hostess.
Mrs. B. C. Johnson, Pre*.
Mrs. W. E. Mullen, Roe. -Treat,"
The meeting of the County i ? uncil
and Advisory Committee which was
jan open mee*lnr ior the county Was
'largely attended. Two hundred wo
nien anil girls were present. The
days r.ogram follows:
14. *0-12:30 ? Jelly. g"S!>e juice and
Ir'.ock demonstrations. Mrs. l lummeri
vance Co. Agent.
Reports from the following eluba:
MC'Ulton-Hiyes, Justice, Se\ en Paths.
White LtfVcl, Loulsburg, Cedar RoeK,
PrarKlinton, Pilot, Wilder.
Talks as follows: J
My Experience with Poultry ? Mr.
What I have accomplished with my
poultry work ? Thomas wottie.
Rug making ? Mrs. D. N. Murphjr.
Soap and Chair Bottoming ? lira.
D. N. Murphy.
How I Improved My Home ? MM
1 The Social Side of the Demonstra
tion Work ? Mrs. R. C. Wooldrldge.
What the Club Work has Meant to
Me? Mrs. Lucas Perdu*.
Solo? Mr?. Mclvsr.
What the Cold Pack Cashing MM
Meant Ui My Home-Mrs. Mollie Ben
Talks: ' ""an.
How we can develop the social and
welfare side of the Hume Demunirm.
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Some Phases that the Clubs Should
Emphasize ? E . i,. Bebt.
Solo ? Mrs. Mclver.
DOES NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING
Does newspaper advertising pay?
This has come to be a superfluous
question among men of business.
There was a time when to have de
clared boldly and out loud In a public
place that It paid to advertise In the
newspapers would probsbly have stir
red up a chorus ot dissenters, but to
day advertising Is better understood.
All advertising Is good ? some ad
vertising Is better ? but the rerj best
advertising on the (ace of this earth
Is, that which slips Into the home along
side of the news. In the newspaper!
- To be sure? the best bit of soil that
ever lay out of doors requires some
thing more than merely dropping the
seed Into the ground ? give your news
paper advertising its due of rational
co-operation snd it will do Its fun
share, every time.
a, The newspaper is the beet advertls
llog medium because the newspaper Is
I closer to the people than any other
Every week ? new record of the do
llngs of mankind Is gathered from the
lends of the eatth, the happenings in
the next fctreet, and the next house,
are also there.
To hundreds of homes the FRANK
LIN TIMES win carry world news,
editorials, comics. Mature doings and
STORE NEWS. Every page Is read,
and next to THE NEWS in the read
ing will come THE STORE NEWS?
why? Because the FRANKLIN TIMES
goes Into thrifty hamee, always on
the watch for ways to save!
COPT IN EARLY
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I have succeeded in contracting for a full sup
ply of Raleigh Ice and am inrposition to supply
you at all times. This Ice is made from the very
beat water in a sanatary manner . well frozen and
is as fpure as. can be made. ' Phone your orders
. to No. 89 for prompt service.
A. S. WIGGS
NASHSTREET ' - LOUISBURG, N. C.
314 Years Ago
the life of Captain JohnT^Snrtth
was saved by the Indian g^rl Po
cahontas, his gratitude was\ex
pressed thru the gift of a Wampw
engagement neckless. Our stock
of necklaces is varied enough to sat
isfy all requirements. ,
i. W. Parrish
LOUISBUKG, North Carolina
TO MY FRIENDS AND
Am getting in new SHOjtS now. Come in and
look them over before you buy. Have got some
on band I am going to sell at less than I give for
tbem. You migbt find something in these to suit
you. Alsobave a good line of men's work clotbes
at a bargain. - Remember I cany a full line of
groceries and feedstuff at all times. Come to see
me wben in town, am always glad to see you
whether you buy or not.
Yours for business,
J. W. PERRY
NASH STREET . LOUISBUlia N 0.
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