We Wish To Announce Our Excellent Program
FOR FAIR WEEK
Beginning Next Monday, Oct. 2nd.
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - SATURDAY
3? NIOSTS? 3
On MONDAY We Will Show
?-?THE PRIMAL LAW"
With Dustin Faraum
Engaging romance of a strong man and a true hearted
?woman in the midst of peril and evil conspiracy.
(10 and 20 Cents)
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4TH
j_ ? HER FACE VALUE' ?.
^ ^ With Wanda Hawley
_ > A Story of Love and Romance
(10 and 20 Cents)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8TH
3rd Episode of "GO GET 'EM HUTCH"
The Serial with a Thousand Thrills. A daring 2 reel
Western, "THE V THAT VANISHED." And a fine
One Reel "Hal Roach Comedy."
(10 and 20 Cents)
MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY 2:00 O'CLOCK
COME AND BRING THE CHILDREN
500 Cords Pine Wood
100, Cords Oak Wood
Wood 31-2 miles from
town. Will sell in woods
deliver in 5 cord lots
W. Blair Tucker
RED CROSS PUTS
Year's Budget Stresses Relet
and Services at Home
MILLIONS FOR VETERA* AID
Over S3.000.000 Alotted to the
Disabled ? Foreign Wort
Washington. ? Expenditures totaling
S8,7S9,S72.47 for carrying through Its
program of services and relief during
the fiscal Tear In the United Status
and overseas are authorised 1b the
budget of the American Bed Cross. ef
fective July X 1922. This total Is $2.
TS5.97S less than tha expenditure* far
the last fiscal year, when disburse
ments reached S12.473JM7.09, It Is an
nounced at National Headquarters ta
? statement emphasising the m 1 1 ndlj
vt continued support of the organisa
tion by enrollment during the aaivtl
Boll Call. November 11-Norember SO
inclusive. This total for the budget
is exclusive of the large financial op
erations of the U00 active Bed Crass
Chapters, which. It Is estimated, will
More than double the total.
War Veterans Have First Cad
First call an Bed Cross funds ts far
the disabled ex-service sea. ?t whrwa
>7,487 were receiving tit aim? l from
the Government on June 1 last. TVs
work for veterahs and their faaillWs
In a wide varietj of Kiilca that tha
Government Is not authorised to ren
der and for which It has neither
funds nor fndllties has the call an
<5,080.882.90 during the current year,
sr about <306,000 more than was ex
pended last rear for snhWer service.
Adding the funds disbursed la this
humanitarian work of physical recoo
atltutlon following the World War by
the Chapters throughout the i aaalij
will approximate a total far the cur
rent year approaching J 10,000,000.
This work. In the opinion Of the Sur
geon General's oOce, will net reach
Its peak before 1826.
Through Its Chapters the Im?iIi as
Bed Cross Is equipped to Sad tha In
dividual a sci ilce man, help him In
his problems and diacultifs, provide
Immediately for his mx turtles, and
open the way for him to the Govern
ment compensation and aid to which
be Is entitled TV* extension of this
work to the families of such ma
prove* to them that the Bed Cross
has lost none of Its sympathy nor win
to service manifested In wartime. Sim
ilarly the service goes out to the men
still In the Army and Navy, 1X087 of
whom were under treatment In Gov
ernment hospitals on June 1, 1322.
Grtatir Dosnotic Program
This j?r ? after Ave years of
?tractive effort during tbe war
after the armistice ? brines with It a
greater responsibility for domestic
service to the American Red Cross.
Tlie budget for foreign operations, i
however, totals J3.tO4.0u0, but of this j
amount Sl.S34.Cxl? is for medical
ITef and hospital supplies for Russia,
which Is a part of the gift made by
the American Red Cross In 1921 to I
the Russian famine relief work ot the 1
American Relief Administration pro- |
gram. The child health service in En- |
tope continues^ moreover, and $8M.- i
000 Is appropriated for this work un- !
drrt^K?u| 1930. Other items in tbe I
Stringently diminished foreign pro
gram include J200.000 to support tbe
League of Red Cross Societies. *22,
000 for nurses' training schools Insti
tuted by the Red Crass abroad, and
tOOO.OUO for liquidation of tbe general
Bed Cross foreign jpUef program.
Prepared for Emerge wciea
For disaster relief the Fed Cress
has art aside Yrcoooo. and fof?aer
yenctes In Oxapter work tmOOd
to be available for domestic. insular
and foreign demands. This H moral
than uswno above last year's expen
ditures. For am I lr? and assistants
to the Moo Chapters and tlMrtr
branches ?1 JSOOOO Is presided by ths
In the taratk |?hi?s Inilsdt WW,
000 for assistance to
Of the total
000 Is allotted far
the ealae of the su ifca by
THE RKD CROSS
BY MEETING THE
OF THE INDIVIDUAL
THIS WORK CANNOT
GQ ON UNLESS YOU
SUPPORT IT WITH
PAY UP TODAY -
THE RIGHT WAY
TO KILL GERMS
Here m a powerful
i i. i.Ofiiu?d duinftctant
which kills the
Is your cellar unitary? Germs
will multiply by the million over
night, in a damp, musty cellar.
Make a solution of Red Seal Lye
and sprinkle into all the dark
corners, and all must in ess viR
immediately disappear, leaving
you cellar fresh and sweet
If your kibe ben sink does not
drain quickly, here is an immediate
remedy. Sift a little Red Seal Lye
into the pipes. The lyfcswill com
bine with the grease ahd dirt,
forming a solution which ^ill be
carried off quickly by the *ater,
leaving the pipes free and cr^an.
Housewives may save money py
rjviking their own soap. All that
is needed is one can of Red Seal
Lye and a quantity of waste grease
or fat, such as would ordinarily be
thrown away. The one can will
make twenty cakes of pure soap
at less than one cent per cake. See
how quickly and easily Red Seal
Lye will clean the wash-stand, tub
or closet bowL
Red Seal l,y? is pat up ia bandy round
It coax mm mo filler or adulteration*.
It ia absolutely pare.
Send lot Red Seal Booklet which
explains miay recipe* and uses of the
famous Red Seal Lye. Write today.
Ask yoar dealer far the old reliable Red
Seal Lye. Take no ocber.
P- c Tucson * CO.
Seme members of Congress are go
ins to listen twice for the brass band
as they reach borne. ? New York Her
The chief trouble with Detroit Is
that whenever Henry Ford takes a
day off it stops the city. ? Cleveland
Recent primaries reveal that the
country is still more or less "dry",
while the cities are "wet"; or. In oth
er words, that the battle Is still be
mta the hid aad the "hie. " ? Colom
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
North Carolina, In the
Franklin County . Superior Court |
"The defendant above named will
taka Notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Franklin County,
North Carolina, which is an action tor
an abaotnte divorce on the grounds of
ahandounent and aeparation; and the
said defendant will further take No
tie* that ha is required to appear at
the office of the Clerk of the Superior
Coast of Franklin County on October
Mth. 1522. and within twenty days
thereafter answer the Complaint in
anid action or the Plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded
in said Complaint. This 18th day of
J. J. BARROW,
9 ? 22 ? 4t Clerk Superior Court. |
MORTGAGE RE-SALE OF REAL,
Under and by virtue of the power
contained in a certain Mortgage deed
executed to us by Sidney G- White and
wife. Vera White, and duly reccorded
in the o? ice of Register ol Deeds of
Franklin County. N. C. tn Book No.
Jit. page J4?. default having been
made in payment of ibe bonds secured
thereby, and upon request for fore
closure. aad because of an upset bid
being made in the last sale, we will on
MONDAY. OCTOER 23, 1822
at about the hour of noon at thfe Court
House door in Louis burg. N. C. offer
for sale at public auction, for cash,
the following described real estate sit
uated in Franklin County. Cedar Rock
townships N. C. and bounded as fol
lows: Bounded on the North by the
lands of T. W. Boone, on the East by
the lands of W R Boone and Geor
gianna Creekmore. on the South by
the lands of Mrs. W. H. Stalling*,
and on the Wea by the Unds of C. T.
Stokes and Pomp P. Leonard, contain
ing sixty-lour IM) acres, more or less,
and In the tract of land, deeded to Sid
ney White by Lula W. Boone and oth
ers and known aa the Wester land.
This Sept M. I?2.
TAYLOR W BOONE, and
Brothers W. J. Boone and
Openctr M. Boone. Mortgagees.
To the nne of G. A. Wheless. .
lM-lt Transferee. |
NOTICE OF SUMMONS AND WAR
RANT OF ATTACHMENT
North' Carolina. In Superior Court
Franklin Co. Before the Clerk, i
F. O. Stnrgla,
?a]. McClunc. Antonio Calarusa, E.
J. B. Murray aad Em II H. Hoen .
ta above named will
summons In the
waa Issued against
the 2Sth day of
ta the Superior Court of
for the sum of
aid ^aintltr under con
defJ-taata which sdm
? the Kb day of
the office of the Clerk
Own of Franklin
?feadants will also
H ? tlr> that ? warrant jf nttac.h
I mrnrn* was I->t the Clerk of the
Saperior Court for Fraakjln County
'?a Sep*. 23th. 1*12 against the prop
efty ?* said deendaala, which warrant
la' ratnrenUe before said Superior
Canst at the time and place above
rased far the rt*m~a of the sammnns,
where the defeada.m are re
sppiar and aasver or demur
or the relief demand
ed will he granted
TMs Be j* ?k. 1*22.
1FHI J. J. BARROW. C. 8. C.
School Days Are Stout Shoe
Boys and it Iris are hard on shoes any time o' year, but especially
so during the school term, when their shoes mast be dressy and
neat, yet stout enough to stand the rough usage of play at recess
aad after school.
Eiery wanted style Is represented In our big stock ? all strong
and on common-sense lasts, made for the comfort of growing child
ren. KTery pahTtW latest, snappy sttyle. s
Also a full line ol the best Shoes for men and women that money
Xafce your selection Today, while the stock Is complete.
A. S. WIGGS
NASH STREET - LOUISBURG, N. C.
THE WATCH WITH A
The ordinary wrist watcli is merely a pocket watch
reduced in size and with no provision to counteract the
varying, conditions of being worn on the wrist the deli
cate mechanism of a wrist watch never was intended
to be subjected to innumerable shocks and varied mo
tions of the arm.
We have the watch with a shock absorber which is
made especially for wearing on the wrist. Thfcy stand
hard bumps and knocks. This watch is guaranteed for
3 years. We sincerely hope customers will take advan- v
tage of this service and get out of the bracelet watch
trouble. For sale by
L. W. Parrish
To My Friends and The Public
On and aiter October loth, I will sell
for Cash. Am bound to do It In order
to compete with those who are selling
lor Cash. Will meet competition on
anything, quality considered. Am sell
ing Shoes erery day, so come and get
jours. A lull line oi feed and proyls
lens all the time.
Get mj prices before jou buy.
J. W. PERRY
HASH STREET LOT'ISBURCh H 0.
R. K Fuller
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R. F. FULLER
Loalakws, H. 0.
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.TO SEND THE COPT IK FOB AN
ADYFRTIHEMF.NT WHEN THE AD
UAH CAS ?IYF TOC A MUCH ?FT.
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SOO^KJU DON'T FOHGET IT.
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