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? Nine more shopping days be
? Hunters are reporting right
much game this season.
? A Christmas tree has been
erected on the Court Square,
? Wednesday week Is Christ
mas. Do your shopping early,
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? Cotton was worth twelve
cents a pound In Louisburg yes
? Louisburg College closes
Wednesday of next week for the
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v : ? The weather has most folks
guessing about what to expect I
from it for Christmas.
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? The town of Louisburg is!
making much needed repairs on
the culvert on Spring street.
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? The editor extends its thanks
and appreciations to Messrs N.
M. and H. H. Perry for a nice
lot of sausage.
KILL KARE KLUB
Mrs. W. L. Beasley delightfully
entertained members of the Kill
Kare Klub at her home on Church
Street, guests playing rook at
three tables. Decorations and ap
pointments were suggestive of the
After play the hostess assisted
by her daughter, Miss Eleanor ,
Beasley, served a salad course fol- '
lowed by Bweets to the following!
players: Mrs. B. T. Holden, Mrs.
S. A. Newell, Mrs. C. K. Cooke,
Mrs. E, W. Furgurson, Mrs. F. W.i
Wheless, Mrs. R. H. Welch. Mrs.
B. N. Williamson, Mrs. W. E.
White, Mrs. M. C. Pleasant, Mrs.
McMurray Furgurson,. Mrs. drover
Harris, and Mrs. J. B. Beasley. I
Milk and cream users In Louis
burg are hereby notified that our
new phone number is 208-8 and I
that we are in position to take
care of your orders and make
prompt delivery. Full supply of
cream for Christmas holiday ord
SEVEN OAKS DAIRY. j
P. G.-M. S. Smith, Properitors.
Mr. Chas. P. Green visited Ral
MiftB Christine jollier visited
; Durham Wedn?e<fiy.
Mies' Dorothy Dennis visited
Raleigh the past week.
Mr. E. H. Malone paid Raleigh
a professional visit Tuesday,
Mr. W. B. Harris returned Mon
day from a trip to Philadelphia,
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Mr. K. L. Burton, of Hender
son. was a visitor to Louisburg
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Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hale, of
Clinton, were visitors to Louis
burg the past week.
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Messrs. E. R. Allen and Geo. I.
Griffin attended a Kiwanls train
ing school *in Raleigh Friday,
Mrs. W. R. Bunn of near Spring
Hope, who has been visiting S.
J. Howard near LouiBburg, re
turned home Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Thomas and
little daughter, Talmadge, an<l
Mr. W. A. Hugglns spent the past
week-end in Richmond.
Mrs. L. R. Southall left the
past week (or Atlanta, Ga., to
visit her daughter. She was ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. C.
> It '
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Allen re
turned the past week from Phila
delphia and Washington, where
they enjoyed a delightful Thanks
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
Sarah J. Williams
The defendant, Britton Wil
liams, will take notice that an ac
tion entitled as above has been
begun in the Superior Court in
Franklin County by Sarah 4. Wil
liams, the plaintiff above named,
for an absolute divorce frost, the
bonds of matrimony upon the
ground that there has been a sepa
ration for two years between the
parties and that the plaintiff has
resided continuously during that
period in the State of North Caro
lina. and he will further take no
tice that he is required to appear
at the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Franklin Coun
Smart Beret* & Scarf Seta,
all sizes and colors, includ
ing white. Ideal for Gifts,
49c and up
Umbrellas with pretty han
dles, and 10 ribs,
$1.00 and up
Women's Pure Linen Hand
broidered initials, while
they last only,
Heavy Warm Blankets, full
size, others up to
Girls 2 Pes. Flan*tte Paja
mas, figured and plain, with
combination collar and trim
Women's and Misses Sport
Coats, made on the new
slenderizing lines, Navy,
New line of Dresses Just re
ceived for Christmas, gay
colors, new trimmings.
' $1.95 to $4.85
Women's all wool Coat
Sweaters, in Black, Wine,
Brown and Nayjr,
Men's all wool Melton Jack
ets, Pig-Skin Lumber Jack
ets, with Zippers, in Black,
Navy and Brown,
$2.75 and up
Rayon Pajamas for Ladies,
CHECK THESE ITEMS TO BUY AT THIS
Men's and Boys' Capeskin Oloves, Women's Kid
and Wool Oloves, Men's and Boys' Dress Shirts,
Men's and BoyB' Suits, "Star" Brand Shoes,
^.Ladies' Novelty Collar Sets, Linen Damasks and
Napkins, Nurses Aprons, and other things too
; ' numerous to mention.
[ LOUISBURG, N. CAROLINA
ty within thirty days from the
completion of service hertmf.
which service will be complete on
the 9 day of January, 1935, and
answer or demur to the complaint
which has been filed In said of
fice, or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief de
manded in the complaint.
This 9 day of December, 1935.
W. V. AVENT,
Clerk Superior Court of
12-13-4t Franklin County.
TONSIL CLINIC AT HOSPITAL
There will be a tonsil clinic held
at Loulsburg, Community Hospital
Tuesday of each week", beginning
January 7th, 1936 ? For appoint
ment apply at Loulsburg Com
munity Hospital, or at the office* >
of Drs. Perry and Perry.
Loulsburg Community Hospital
CARD OK THANKS
We wish to thank all the friends
and relatives, who rendered serv
ice in any way during the illness
and death of our father, Walter
COMMIHSIONKK-K 8ALK OF
Under and by virtue of a de
cree of the Superior Court of
Franklin County made In thu
Special Proceeding entitled "Mrs.
Mary M. Debnam, et als, Ex Parte"
the undersigned Commissioner
MONDAY, THE I8TH DAY OF
(it being the first day of the Jan
uary, Term, 1936, of the Superior
Court of Franklin County), at or
about the hour of twelve o'cIock
noon, sell at public auction at the
courthouse door in Louisburg,
AND AVOID THE RUSH
No. 2 H Dill Pickle ... 25c
Large Cocoa nuts, eacli . . 5c
Pound 20 to 30c
Brazil Nuts, lb 20c
Large Pecans, fancy,
Raisins, lb 12Hc
Oranges,. . 20c do* and up
Apples, . . . 30c pk. and up
Loose Grits, lb 4c
Stew Beef. . 10 A 12**c lb.
Country Pork, lb 22c
Country Sausage, lb. . . 2.V
Native Beef, lb 2.V
Fancy Custard Pumpkin,
No. a Can 15c
Mince Meat, 2 lbs 83c
I?rune Whip, lb 15c
2 lbs. Cocoa 10c
Sweet Pickle, Tomato
Ketchup, Pepper Sauce,
Beef nt oak Sauce, Olives,
Chili Sauce, Jelly, Preser
THOMAS GROCERY CO.
PHONE 118 LOUISBURG, N. C.
- - - With bigger and better^
values for the thrifty shoppers.
PLAIN or SELF RISING
12-lb. JAc 24-lb. QCC
Bag 47 Bag 73
2 SL2 29
2 lb?- 25?
3 Cans 20?
No. 2 \ Cc
- Can *3
2 Urge % Cc
2 lb8- 25c
FAT BACK MEAT, lb 17c
i NAVY BEANS, 6 lbs r. 25c
J Old Va. Fruit Cake, 1 lb. size .. 49c
D. P. Blend Coffee, lb. 21c
I Our Pride Bread, 20-oz. loaf . . 10c
Franklin County, North Carolina,
to the highest bidder all that cer
tain lot or parcel of land situate
In Louisburg Township, Franklin
County, North Carolina, on the
road leading froi\i Louisburg to,'
Runn, adjoining the lands of Tom
my Moon, Daniel Hazlewood and
others, bounded and described as*
According to survey of W. N.,
Fuller on December 31st, 1903,
beginning in the center of the
Tarboro road, a pine on the east
side of the road, corner of the
first tract described in deed to
Shelly Brown and wife to W. D.
Egerton, dated .\tyy 31st, 1907
and recorded in Rook 216, page <
230; thence S 87% deg B 16
poles 16 links to a willow on the 1
branch; thence up the branch S 14 1
deg W. 15 poles 2 links to a i
large poplar on the east side of
the branch; thence N 87% deg t
W 16 poles 16 links to the center 1
of the Tarboro road; thence along i
said road N 14 deg E 16 poles 2 t
links to the beginning, contain
ing one and 53 1 1 00 acres, more 1
or less, it being the identical same
property acquired by said John 1
Buck Debnam in deed from M. S.
Davis and wife May H. Davis,
dated the 9th day of January,
1922, of record Book 244 at page
191. Franklin County Register of
leeds office, to which reference
s here made.
Terms of sale: One-fourth cash.
>alance on credit of twelve months
'rom day of sale; title reserved
mill purchase price is paid in
This the 11th day of December,
W. H. YARBOROUGH,
2 for 15c
NE WCROP NAVY BEANS, 4 lbs. ... 15c
FANCY PRUNES, 20 to 30 to lb. . . . 12 l-2c
FANCY PRUNES, small, 4 lbs 15c
NEW EVAP. PEACHES, 2 lbs 27c
NEW EVAP. APPLES, lb 12 l-2c
NEW EVAP. APRICOTS, lb. 25c
POWDER, lb. ... U*
FRUIT, each .... "
DUKE'S MAYONAISE OR RELISH, 1-2 Pint 15c
a LB. CAN
FRUIT $1 .75
CAKES, 5 lb. ea. *
a no. a cans
SOUR PITTED 2jc
NEW FIG BARS, Pound 12 l-2c
?? UAfimiiO ? V/ADUIDO
CHOTO&TE l?ROI'S, lb KH
FRENCH CREAMS, lb 10<
Chocolate Covered 20?
P E A S U T S, Pound
? SUAf SALfi ?
OCTAGON LAl'NDRY SOAP 8 lor 19c
(t -T UiOX WASH. POWDER S for I IK
PALM OLIVE, 3 for 14c
OCTAGON TOILET SOAP, 8 for 14c
4 Packages ICc
3 Pkgs. Sedlees c
Everything In Fruit Cake Makings
?IN OUR MARKET
FANCY WESTERN & NATIVE BEEF
FRESH COUNTRY PORK
? PRICED TO SELL ?
G. W. MORPHY & SON, lr
"WHERE A DOLLAR DOES I'f'S DUTY"
Big Used Car Sale
Every used car we have on hand must be sold at
some price before the New Year. To do this we
are reducing our prices exactly ONE-HALF.
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We have Fords and Chevrolets that are in excel
lent mechanical conditio n, good paint and uphol
stering for $39.50.
Come around and see these real bargains. It
is not necessary to have all cash to take home one
of our GOOD USED CARS. We will grant you
WE ARE STILL TRADING FOR ANYTHING !
ALLEN SALES CO.
LOUISBURG, N. C.