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Our Mr. D F. McKinne is now in the West
purchasing a load of choice stock to
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ve us a call and we will show you the nic
t car of stock ever shipped to Louisburg.
We have sold our old stable on Nash Street and fitted up a stable in the rear of
our store, and have no connection whatever with any other live stock business.
UQLHp FACE PO&DEK.
? secret of
5 of the com
Samp!? l?itW color) tor 2c. Stamp.
LraMfs.Ce, to Sooth Fifth Sc. Brooklyn.N. Y.
* Wood's Seeds
The most vigorous crow
ing and productiv/ of Seed
RyeA, Stools oubbetter, su
perior quality of grain, and
destined, in ouw opinion, to
take th\plac/ of all other
Wood's frll Catalog
GItm full dcf^rtpapn and Infonna
>t the beat
RYE, and Othe* Seeds
for Fall Sowing. ....
Write for Catalog and prtcca of
any Seeda required.
T. W. WOOD Ct SONS.
SEEDSMEN, - Rlchmoad, Tl
Haling ftnalifUA as Executor of the
??tate Of MM. SallleMoot, deceased,
lete of *"ranl?Wn county, thm la to no- |
the saM estate td^esent the same to
the undersigned o\or before the 2Ut
day of Sept. 1?1J 3t this notice will
l>e plead la bar pi tKWlr recovery. Ml
Indebufl to ?|id estate will
?-21-St T. H. Dickens, Extr.
DKLCO-UOHt~U * oot only the
Ve.it lighting Pfadt, lou can have wa
ter works with nflrfl cost. No extra
lau than 10c
"Your self-control Is remarkable.
You have been trying to get that tel
ephone number for about 20 minutes,
ret you have not lost your temper."
"Don't glYB me credit for being pa
tient until you know the facts In this
care. Ive been trying to call up my
dentist and tell him 1 would be down
la a few minutes."
LKX03S KAKE SKIN WHITE, SOFT
Hake this beauty lotion/for a few
cents and see for yourself I
What girl oKwoman hain't heard of 1
lemon juice to\ remove/ complexion
blemishes; to wWen ty skin and to
bring out the rose^thfreshness .and
the hlditen beautjA Kht lemon Juice
alone lyaclf, there??* irritating, and
stu aid'beyfelxed jflM^)rchard white
tills way.' Straliy'thipljgiy,afide cloth
the Juice of 1196 frishVljpfbns Into a
bottle containing pouA three ounces
of orchard white, /hen ihke well and
you have a whore quarter pint of
skic and completion lotlip at about
the cost one uslally pays lor a small
Jar of ordinary cold crean\ Be sure
| to strain the lemon Juice so no pulp
gets into the bottle, then this lotion
?in remain pure and fresh for months
When applied dally to the face, neck,
arms and hands It should help to
bleach, clear, smoothen and beautify
Any drugglBt will supply yon three
ounces of orchard white at very little
cos* and the grocer has the lemons.
We wonder as stars come into riew.
If them art any souls up there;
Toe men all woader what they to?
> wonder what they wear
CENTS DESTROYS UtUB OAK
DBUTF AHD STOPS f AXJLIH6
Save your hair K Sake/it thick, wary
Thin, brittle, col
hair Is mate ?rlded?e of a neglected
seal?; of dandrul%t\bat awful scurf.
There Is nothing sk destructive to
the hair as dan^uff. A robe the hair
of tts lustre, Ity.trengA and it? rery
life; eventual l/ produclA a fererlah
nees and ItcMng of the tealp, which
If not rtn^M causes tha hair roots
to shrink, loosen and dk>V-th?B the
hair falls oat teat A Uttls
tonight ?now ?anytime?will ?artljt.
save your lialr.
Get a 25-Oent botfle of Knowlton's
Danderlne from ayVdrM store or toi
let counter, ana atttye first applica
tion- jo/r ^lr yjlyfykej?6 that life
luFtra^fejr luxunBujceSrfMilch Is so
beauttftiT It alKbaume wavy and
fluffy and hav/ thVappearance of a.
bundance, an /ncom parable gloss and
softness; but what wfU please you
c.ost will hp after Just\ few week's
use when you will actually see a lot
of fine, downy hair?new hair?grow
ing all over the scalp.
Whenever Yap Need ? General Tonic
The Old S tsijlard/Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic Is Vraplly valuable as a
General Tonic bemuse it contains the
well known tonic ofcperties of QUININE
and IRON. It *ts\>n the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Bnricl?s the Blood and
Builds np the Whole System. 60 cents.
DELCO*I<Jfcny-Mrs. Mary G. Tar
it. TpwnesvirRJR.C. uses Delco-Light
and 1b hlghly^^pued. 9-14-tt
Between the/ages of
16 and IS to
Salary paidAwbile learning;
permanent dbpioyinent with
advancing/rmP* of salary.
Ho lay-ofife evjr occur in thie
work. ComfA-table, private
surroundings/ Vacation with
pay after on? yUr in ?ervice;
sick and diaibilky benefits.
Apply in pekon to.
Miss Sac Al/ton, C^ief Operator
Home Telephone & Tele
Louiabnrg, N. C. \
DELCOLIGHT-paild / by Home
people. Wo sell airvyfe too. Delcu
Li*ht service lsVjmqafn all over the
world. Sold by FSJMl Home Electric
Lighting Co., OxfaAT^C. 9-14-tf
One seven roay cottage bouse,
Nash street. exchange for
gtod small [anr.
40-5-21 / O. Y.YARBORO
r.ELO-LIGHT isWade by the same
people who madj^Uie /famous Delco
Lighting and StimnlMjTjtem for Cad
illac, Packard, Bulcjk Overland and
twenty other fuMbuV automobiles.
Scld by Farm Hq*Je ETSctrlc Lighting
Co., Oxford, N. C. * 9-14-tf
Handsome cHy broke, Jearless "bay
horse, 1150 lbs., 11 yeaorold, Babcock
rubber tire surrdr aaQ harness, Ty
son ft Jones rubtwAlre open buggy
and harness for at a bargain.
All In good cond
8-24-tf / LouMrarg. N. 0.
DELCO-Lioftr?Senator John T.
Lewis, CtoxWyjVJo. Va., uses Delco
Light andi he 1*Sb/o recommend It,
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DELCO-LIOHjAjMr. Joseph T. In
co?, Castalla, / (JVaeB Delco-Llght
and ispleased^lthlt 9-14-tf
Having qualified as Administrator
of the estate oVw. R. /vest, deceased,
late of Frankih] Coibty, this Is to
notify all pers\iny holding claims
against his estateW present the same
to Um underalgnaJ\on or before Sep
tember 7, 1918, or (kis notice will be
plead.- In bar of their recovery. All
persons Indebted to (aid estate will
please come forward awl make Imme
This September 7,1917.
MBS. ADA MOORE, Admr.
MMeA Mi of Lu4
By TtrUuf of the power of aala
contained in that certain mortgage
d?ed made on Jan. 1,. 1908, by Sall^
Fuller to T. H. Dtcabns, mortgagee,
end recorded in BooH 159 at page 197
Registry of \Frankllrf County, default
having been \aade li the payment of
ttft debt thereby ?/cured, the under
signed will on ylaAday, Nobesnber 5,
1917, at about W hoar ofnoonatthe
Court House do* In Loulsburg, N
C.j offer for saAat auction, to the
highest bidder /oAcash, a certain
tract or parcel/of Htad lying and be
ing la Franklm CouVty, North Caro
lina, Cedar ribck ToVnxhlp and de
scribed as to fowl, to-Vit:
lands of W. 8. Brew
er, Motile Ctflllns, A. D. Murpbey and
others and containing fourteen acres
more or leaab r.i
This the Mb day of October, 1917.
T. H. DICKENS, Mortgagee
Wm. H. aad Thos. W. Ruffln, Attys.
HlgheJKprlcea paid for hides. Hill's
Notice of Re-Sale.
Under and by virtue of an order of 1
rc-eale made by the Superior Court
ot Franklin county Jn that special
proceeding entitled Prank Fogg,"
Admr. vs Maria Davis and others, the
undersigned, commissioner will, on
Monday7theY2nd day of October(1917,
at 12 o'clock NKat die courthouse door
of Franklin counts, or at the noon
recess of the couruoder tor sale to the
highest bidder fol cash that certain
tract or parcel on land lying and be
ing in Sandy Cr*el\ townaip, Frank
lin county, Northfcarolina, bounded as
fCtlows: On thf North by the lands
of Miss Onnle Ttomas; <on the East by
the lands of/Frank Fogg; on the
S< uth by the Uuids of R.H. Strickland
and others, and on the West by the
lauds of R. H. Strickland, containing
One Hundred Acres, more or less.
The last and hlghes bidder will,
under order of the Court, be requir
ed to deposit 10 per cent of his bid as
a guarantee of good, faith.
This 19th day of September, 1917.
BEN T. HOLDEN,
9-21-St - Commissioner.
Trustees Sale of Land.
By virtue of the power ot sale con
tained in that certain deed ot trust
made on the 17th day of March 1914,
by J. P. Hill, to Wm.. H. Ruflln, and
recorded in the Registry of Franklin
County, In Book 199 page 282, default
haying been made In tSe payment ot
the debt tlytreby secured, and de
mand tor foreclosure / haying been
made on sald\rustee 4>y the holder
cf the said inlebtedaess the under
signed will on>Monday, October 15,
11917, at about tVe lour ot-noon at
the court house dV>rfln Loulsbnrg, N.
C. offer for sale \ei auction to the
highest bidder for Insh, the lands In
scld dead of trust (Aaveyed and there
described as Lot Ip\4 In the parti
tion of the lands cf Am. Davis under
Lis will as surveyed bA Joseph T. In
cce, bounded as follow!: Beginning
at a small dogwo?don tHe North aide
of Ransoms Bridie road,Y corner of
No. 5, thence N. it I. 133 lu poles to
a stake In a patl, Isaac DaV|s' corner
thence N. II Wait 120polee to a stake
near a branch, Iskac-fiawis' corner
and corner for No. 2, thence N. 76 1-2
West 93 poles to a stake, corner ot
the Home Tract, called No. 3, thence
8outh 19 1-4 West 169 poles to the
center of the Ransom's bridge road,
a stake, corner for No. 8, thence along
said road Southeastward about 186
poles to the beginning, containing
167 acres, more o r lees. V
This the 14th of Sept, 1917.
Wm. H. Ruflln, Trustee.
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Notice of Sale?fLs id Lying In Frank
Ua ad Ss k Counties
Under and by vQ ot power rest
ed in tee by ? eei slh--d?ed ot trust
dated June II, 19U dati' executed by
Book of Mortgages No. 182 at page 407
in the office of the Register of Deeds
for Franklin county and In Book ot
Mortgagee No. 203 at page 538 In the
office of the Register ot Deeds for
Nosh county, I will on Monday, the
22nd day of October, 1917 at 12 o'clock
noon, at the court house door In
Nashville, North Carolina, sell at pub
lic auction for cash to the highest
bidder, tlve following described tract
of land and property, to-wit:
The following tract <jf land and
property partly in the county of
Franklin and partly in the county of
Nash, State of North Carolina, bound
ed and described as follows:
Beginning at a white oak,Thomas C.
Arrington's corner on the South side
of Big Fishing Creek, running thence
South 17 1-2 degrees West 170 poles
to a pine, Arrington's corner; thence
South 28 1-2 degrees West 80 poles to
the old road;thence South 88 degrees
W. 48 poles to a red qftk; thence North
62 1-2 degrees West 73 poles to a stake
and poihters;thenca South 24 poles to
the Nashville road; thence nearly
Southalonk said road 290 poles and
16 links to garrison's corner; thence
West 176 \nolef to Denton's line;
thence Nortft 3<f degrees East 122
poles to confer/post oak In Portia
Line; thence \l>/orth 61 8.4 degrees
East 123 polesuo a white oak; thence
North 1 3-4 decrees East 72 poles to
a sour wood tmsh; thence North 79
degrees West 10 poles to a dead pine;
thence North/44 Voles to a stake In
tUo old lMne/Brarab; thence down
said branch /60 pojea to a stake in
said branch ;/thenceV?rth 30 3-4 poles
to an oak sftimp; thince North 49 de.
giees WestAOl poles to a pile of rocka
and pointers; thence North tl 1-2 de
grees Ea/t 78 3-4 poles to a white
oak; tbpnceNorth 44 degrees East
10 1-2 poles to a black gum on the
North side of the Warrenton road;
thence along said road North 22 de
grees West 65 1-2 poles to a stake, the
Portls corner; thence with the Por
tia line along ? ditch North 20 1-4
degrees East 2* pole? to aetata;
thence North 34 1-2 degrees Best 41
poles to Big Fishing Creek; the Por
tia corner; thence down the varioua
courses of said Creek to the begin
ning. Containing four hundred and "
fifty-Are acres, more or less, togeth
er with the improvements and appurc
tenances thereunto belonging. Includ
ing the original plant now on the
property, and all lmprovments each
as maohinery and equipment now on
the premises, being the same premise*
conveyed to Edmund V. Woodruff by
the North Carolina Dredging Com
pany by deed dated April 34th, 1913.
This sale Is made by order of the
owner and holder of the Indebtedness
mentioned in said deed of trust and
by reason ot the failure of Emund D.-?
Woodruff to pay off and discharge the
lndebtednees secured by and describ
ed in said deed ot trust
Th)a 17th day of Sept., ?17.
DANIEL E. LYNCH, Trustee
W. B. Guthrie,Durham, N.'C
Attorney for Trustee. 9-21.4t