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| Use Cotton As Highway Base In Mississippi |
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800TT, Miss. . . . The first "Cotton Highway", a 14 -mile experiment in
road construction, is rapidly n earing completion here. The upper picture
shows the cotton fabric membrane being rolled out on the highway on *
*base of mixed clay and gravel. Lower picture shows coat of tar over cotton,'
this covered with two applications of asphalt mixed with screen graveL
Twelve Duplin farmers recently
made a cooperative purchase of
226 fruit and nut trees.
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Despite a poor corn year In
Union County. 4-H club members
report an average yield of 44.6
bushels per acre on their club pro-i
^JOHN JOSEPH GAINES, M-D-f 3T
There arc no more nasty and deceptive wounds of the human
being than gunshot wounds ot the liver. The assassin usually hits his
victim in a prominent part of the body. The professional gunman may
?hoot through the head or the heart, but the crazy amateur killer usually
?hoots lower down. At least I have noticed that in my experience in
?ach unfortunate cases.
I once saw a perfect Hercules of a young man shot by a small
pistol just to the right of the stomach. The ball passed through the
taargin of the liver. The bullet did not go through as it was a cheap
Ttriety of gun. Within three days the victim was using his pillow for
a football and wanting to get up and dress. People laughed about the
trivial wound in one so strong. It had scarcely disabled him.
In less than ten days he was dead! It took that period of time
for the liver-wound to begin to "slough" in the path of the bullet. Surg
ery is helpless in these cases. I have never seen a gun-shot wound of
the liver get well. All die in about the same number of cjays.
Mayor Cermak of Chicago was reported shot through the liver.
Within three or four days he was reported doing fine, no shock, no
?erious alterations of temperature or respiration. The doctors were
watching for pneumonia. Newspaper reports all were favorable.
From my experience I could not but see a dark outlook. I told my
friends Mayor Cermak wouldn't live fifteen days, if he had been hit
in the liver.
Older citizens will recall the assassination of President McKinley.
I predicted his death within an hour after the fatal ball struck. Liver
tissue is unlike any other.
The complexion marred by con
stant blemishes is not one lor the
beauty shop alone. No creams will
do the trlclc alt by themselves. A
healthy diet excluding excess of
sweets, starches, fatty foods, rich
desserts and highly spiced foods is
of first importance. Faulty elimi
nation should be corrected. A soft
complexion brush, a bland soap and
much rinsing dailjr are necessary.
Drink water. Drink more water.
And even more. But if the case is
really serious, see your doctor im
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Mats in felts with self designs
are something new this autumn. In
herringbones and other patterns,
they are especially effective.
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One of the moat successful
methods of cooking vegetables wth
the usual kitcjien utensils, is to use
the heaviewr pots you have with
the heaviest lids you can get. use
only a small amount of water, turn
the flame as low as you can and
Still keep the water boiling, and in
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the event steam escapes about the
edge of the cover, tura the flame
even lower. This keeps all the
flavor of the vegetables possible,
and keeps them tender.
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Some of the new strap model
shoea for women are being shown
with lastex Straps to fit as snugly
and firmly as a girdle.
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One of the fall suits being shown
in Paris has four pockets on the
semi-fitted jacket, ail four of them
put on at a decided angle away from
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Mrs. Estelle Sternberger, execu
tive director of World Peaceways,
is working on a plebescite to give
the people of the United States a
chance to express their opinion on
war. She is confident that a very
small percentage will vote for war,
and scoffs at the idea that the
masses can be drawn into another
war through the appeal to patriot
ism. "The masses have learned that
patriotism may mean staying at
home," she says.
A (lock of 2SS Rhode Island
Red bens returned J. L. Houk of
Morganton, Route, 2. Burke
i County, a net profit of $580.00
above feed coita during the paat
Try CARDUI For
Functional Monthly Pains
Women from the teen age to the
I change of Ufa have found (terdul
genuinely helpful for the relief of
functional monthly pains due to lack
of Just the right strength from the
j food they est. Mrs. Crtt Hajmes, of
Essex, Mo., writes: "I used Cardul
anen a flrl for cramps and found II tery
; beneficial X hart rooanUy Uktn Cardul j
! during the change of 111*. I was wy nor
too*, had head and back pains and was in
i a laterally run-down condition. Cardul
baa helped me greatly."
Thousands of woman testify Cardul bene
fited them. If It does not benefit TOO.
consult a physician.
DR. 1. C. MANN
The Well Known Eye Specialist
Will be at Dr. A. H. Fleming'*
Office, Lonisbutg. N. C.
THVRSDAV, JANUARY and,
Front 10 A. M. to S P. M.
Dr. Herbert 0. Perry
Physician and Surgeon
101 W. Nash St. Loolsborg, N. C |
Office 287- 1R Residence 287-211
Honrs ? 10 to IS; a to 4; 7 to U
Special attention to office work.
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women,
X'Raj and Fluoroscopic Examina
tion, Diathermy and Ultra- V iolet
Miss Lacy Tlmberlake, Sec'y.
Miss Ruth Perry, R. N.
Graduate A Registered Nurse.
Dr. H. H. Johnson
Physician and Surgeon
I/O u is burn, N. C.
Offices in old Dr. Ellis office build j
ing on Main Street next to
Standard Service Station
Telephones: Day 10; Night 10
Dr. James E. Fulghum
Louisburg, N. C.
Office In Professional Building
Next to Franklin Times
? a. m.-fi p. m. ? 7 p. m.-O p. m.
Day ai0-lR Night 210-2R
Dr. Arch H. Perry
Wood, N. O.
Office in Service Drug Oo.
~ D. T. Smithwick
Louisburg, N. O.
Office over Rose's Store
Dr. W. R. Bass
office# and Hospital East Nash St
Phone: Office 885-L Res. 88fe)j
Special Attention to Small
Dr. J. B. Davis
Phjrslclan and Surgeon
Loulsburg, N. C.
Office at Residence, 8. Main St.
Telephone: Honrs: I
Day 04 8:80 to 10:80 a. m I
Night 04 12:00'to 8:00 p. m
8:00 to 8:00 p. m I
O. M. Beam
Attorney at Law
Loulsburg, N. O.
Office In Professional Building
next to The Franklin Times
Practice la all Courts
W. L. Lumpkin
Loulsburg, N. O. i
Office in First National Bank Bldg
Practice State and Federal Courts
W. H. Yarborough
Yarborougb & Yarborough
Attorneys M Counsellors at Law
Office in Bgerton BuHdlng
Over Tonkel's Store
Lonlsburg, N. C.
Practice in Franklin and adjoin
ing counties, and In the United
States Courts at Ralelfb
R. B. White K. H. Malom
I. E. Malone
White & Malone
Loulsburg, N. 0.
General practice, settlement *f es
tates, funds invested. One mem
ber of the Arm always in office.
Radio Repair Service
10" "lifton Are., Phone 848
Louisbarg, N. 0.
Main Street Baiber Shop
I. P. Wheeler, Jr., Proprietor
Loulsburg, N. O.
Parlors under Union Warehouse
on Main Street. First class work
rurai teed. Give ms a call.
H. T. Bartholomew
Harvey's Oarage Louistmrg, N. a
(above), came here for m concert
from her home in Philadelphia and
on tlx stage ah* saw her stolen
?10,000 'cello over which loss ahe
had grieved for two years. It was
returned to her.
ADM I N I8TUATOK.S SAIJi OK |
The undersigned administrator
of the estate of Maggie Wester,
deceased will on
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8. IU.SO
at or about the hour of 10:00
o'clock A. M.. sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for
cash at the home place of the late
Mrs. Maggie Wester situated near
Bobbltt's Cross roads In Cedar
Rock Township. Franklin County,
North Carolina, . the following
articles of personal property:
6 beds. 1 bureau, 1 wash stand,
1 organ. 1 aettee, 8 pillows. 4
bolsters. 4 mattresses, 1 feather
bed, 2 tables. 8 chairs. X clock, 2
lamps, 2 safes. 1 stove. 1 guano
distributor, X Dunn plow, 2 har
rows. 1 trunk. 2 tubs. 1 set cook
ing utensils. 1 set dishes, 2 hoes.
X pitchfork, X shovel.
This the 1 6th day of December,
I HILL YARBOROUGH,
Administrator of the Estate of
Mrs. Maggie Wester, Deceased.
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TO ONE AND
WE WISH A MOST HAPPY
LOUISBURG'S OLDEST OARAGE
1917?1935 Phone 311-1
If in sharing trials and adversi
ties, friendships are cemented,
then indeed may we be sincere
in wishing friends all that is
good during the coming New
Year. From us to you in a glee
ful shout, "Happy New Year."
Our friends and patrons have
been most loyal and true.
W. E. WHITE Furniture Co.
Louisburg, North Carolina
HAPPY NEW 7
May your hope chest be bursting
with all good things for the coming
year. May happy and prosperous
times come to live with you perma
nently. May all of your hopes and
wishes come true.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU
HODGES-GREEN MOTOR CO.
MARKET STREET LOUZSBURQ, N. 0.
As the rays of the New
Year sun spread to all cor
ners of the universe, so do
our sincere good wishes go
forth to search out all
friends and patrons who
have contributed to our wel
fare and progress. Look
ing ahead, we wish years
and years of Happy New
Years for all.
BANK & TRDST COMPANY
CORNER MAIN AND NASH STREETS
LOUISBURG, N. CAROLINA
BANK (NO HOURS: 9:00 A. M. TO 2:00 P. M.
Three little words, sincere and
true, bring our most sincere
good wishes to all of our friends
and ptrons in greeting 1936.
They are, "Happy New Year."
May the new year unfold
health, happiness and prosper
ity for all.
WHAT-NOT BARGAIN STORE
MBS. H. 0. PERRY, Proprietor
Across from Franklin Hotel Phone 45- W
Next to Dr. Johnson's Office 118 N. Main
HAPPY NEW .
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Time turns not backward in its
flight, but reaches ever forward,
sure that its path leads to better -
days. May you follow that path ]
during the New Year to' learn ,
that its promises are true. That's
our best wish for you. ,
J. T. PRUTTT LUMBER CO. '
PHONE 263- W LOUISBUM, H. 0. ,