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Before TIm Ex Urea.
A. V. JOU.\SONS Editor and Manager THR COUNTY, THE STATE, THE UH10H SUBSCRIPTION tU* Per Tm
*V?I.UMH L. " LOC1SBDBC. H. C. 1 RIDA1. DICE if BEE X. 1? MJBRE 44
SALE OP REAL ESTATE
l"tiller and by virtue of the power
1 ' mil In a dibit! nf trimt nremted
io mc by Solon Alston and wife Mary
AL " )!i? and duly recorded In the of
1- ,.t ri.if.nt l.V.mfr
ounty in book 234, page 140, and
lipmi demand of the holder of the
I'o'.es secured therelri, I 'wllt on
MONDAY. JANUARY- 9, m2
f .il'jut the hour of, noon, sell at pub- '
lie auction at the Courthouse door In I
'.l uUhurg. N. C., to the highest bidder '
f r cash, a certain tract or parcel of ;
uituate in Franklin Oownty, Hay- I
ille township. State of North Caro
'? I :i. .'?11 mwt'illiwl as tollowui
Hounded on the North by the lands
<11 I,co rirooks, on the East by the 1
: :u's of George T. Whitaker, on the !
it :i hv the lands of John Dun^ton, I
:il oil the West hy the lftiidB Uf Na-'
i ..iii Perrv. and Eliza Cannady. and I
r ming 103 acres, and -wt'iitg?the :
i r:ic of land whereon the said Solon i
Alston and wile Mary Alston now re-|
J Me. _ -
TTTTs the 8ib day of Dec., 1921.
W. H. YARBOROUGH, - |
Having qualified as Admtniisi rator of
the rstaie of A. M. Jones, deceased,
! >f Franklin County, K. C., notice j
1- li i '-'by given ?U _B?rr.onp holding j
r!:.i:ns against Ills estate t J present
laiuj lo the undersigned on or <>o'"i o |
?Ik- 1 '1th day of December, till'! or LUIb j
notice will be pltad in bar of their re
cowry. All persons indented to said
(state will please come tor yard arid
make immediate settlement. This]
12-l?-6t F. J. BEASLEY, Adat'r. ]
This Is to notify aH persons that I
? have sold my entlro Interest in the
business of Edwards & Woodlief, to
Mr. J. R. Edwards. All persons owe
iug said firm will settle .with hlns. All
persons having claims against said
fit m will be paid-by J. R. Edwards.
This 12th day of Dec., 1921.
MRS. C. C. WOODLIEF.
-lS-l?-4t ? _JYoungsville, N. C.
Having qualified as Executor of the
estate of Mrs. Bettle Harper, deceas-1
eil, late of Franklin_cnuntv. nnTTrelg:
hereby given all persons holding
claims against said estate to present]
them to the undersigned on or before
the 23rd day of December, 1922, or this
notice will be plead in bar of their re
covery. All persons inq^bted to said
estate will please come forward and
taoko i ni mediate?settlement. This
l:cc. 22nd, 1921. :
12-23-6t J. B. GLASGOW, Extr.
The copartnership heretofore ex
isting between G~-B. Conn and L. L.
Oupton trading as The White Lev^l
Grocery Co., located at Sturdlvants
crossing. Franklin County, N. C. has
est of G. B. Conn being purchased by
1/. L. Gupton and P. L. Collins. The
said G. B. Conn having transferred
ail his Interests in sala ousiness in
cluding accounts, and is, not respon
sible for any indebtedness that may
accrue against said firm. This Nov.
G. B. CONN.
I wish to express my gratitude and
appreciations for the business of my
friends In the past ana having pur
i based the Wood Drug Store, at Wood,
would appreciate your trade In t his
line. ? .
12-2-5t O. B. CONN.
mortoage sale of valuable
DESIRABLE DWELLING AND
STORE AT LAURBi,, ft. C,
By virtue of th^ power ot sate con
tained in that certain deed of trust
made by Mrs. Mattie E. Wlllipma, Hod
Kie Williams and W. K. a. Williams,
to Wm. H. RulTIn, Trustee, dated
March 26, 1917, and recorded in Frank
lin Registry in Book 210, page 221, de
fault having been made In the payment
of the debt thereby secured, and de
mand tor foreclosure having been
made by the holder of said debt upon
said trustee, the undersigned will, on
MONDAY, DECEMBER 26. 1921,
n t about the hour of noon, at the Court
house door In Loulsbnrf;, N. C., ofTer
for sale at public auction, to the high
est bidder, for cash, the property In
iinld deed of trait conveyod and there
described as follows:
Situate in Sandy Creek Township,
at Laurel and more particularly de
nned as follow?: Beginning at a Poet
oak on the West tide of Laurel and
CauterrllU road; thence along eald
road 110 yard* to a stake; tnenoe in a
Southwest direction 250 yards to a
Whlteoak, Church corner; thence along
Church line to the beginning, contain
ing I 1-2 acre?, more or les*, upoh
whlcB there I* STtu&te a dwelling
house and outhousee, and a store
Thla November 25, 1921.
11-26-St WM. H. RUFFIN, Trustee.
T&ft above sale was continued b>
rnnssnt of the mskars ahrt holders, to
Monlay, January Mb, 1*22. at 13
Wl H. RUFTIN, Trustee.
s, You hn<l belter dee
INS. A REALTY CO.
gat your mon
form at insur
GRK AT CLOl'PS VOLCANIC ASHES
Beunos Aires, Dec. 19.?Vast clouds
o f volcanic ashes from the erupting
In thn 'MiiIph nrr ftwf.tmlng
across Argentina, obstmring the sun
in many sections. Carried bya.iomh
w'eat-wintt froth a point m the Andes
range at about latitude 41. where the
eruptions are supposed to be occur
ring, ashes are reported to have (alien
at places nearly 10 degrees ot latitude
farther north and from the Andes to
the Atlantic Qce&i^.
The flrst ash clouds reached the city
uf Lu Plain [hilly-live miles southeast
ot this city at ? o'clock yesterday af
ternoon. Weather bureau observers
also reported a slight film ot dust over
Ueiuios Aires, although it ??as not no
ticed by the inhabitants. Volcanic dust
becomes liner as the distance from Its
In the town o( Lincoln, two hundred
miles west of here, fine ashes fell yes
terday afternoon; tire sua was obse
cured by clouds resembling a fog and
objects 700 feel away were invisible.
No alarm is fell in this section, as the
fall has not been heavy enough to do
any damage, but It is feaTUd thai live
stock in the territory to the southwest
is in danger through the ashes cover- |
ing the grazing lands. J
"Tlgp'ofTs^'ntfiTuTToTie received from ,
remote villages along the Argentine |
western border of earth shocks and
subterranean thunder, together with
the renewed falling of volcanic ash- ?
es. A correspondent telegraphing
from San Martin Delos, In the Andes
territory of Nuequen, says the sun
was obscured by all asfl could, while
the houses Of the village and the sur- I
rounding forests presented a curious '
aspect unaer tneir asnett blanket.
?Miss Lorene Wilder, of Castalia. ]
returned Dec. 19, 19:i, from Fairfax j
Hall, Basic, Va., where she has been
attending college during the last tew
The following is an Honor Roll for
PI ire Rlrtga-aehnol _f or third month:
First Grade?Blonnye Mae Baker, -
Perry- Moody, Ruby Maiien, Harold
T..Uuir, Fn+nk Lee Poole. ?
Second Grade?John Henry Perker
son, James Pace, Johnnie Pierce,
Ruby Perry. Kathryn Griffin, Hycianth
Weathersby, Erdeane Richardson.
Rudell Tleddlngfleld, Racnel Cone.
Third Grade?Hazel Perry, Claude
Perry, Annie Lee Bullock.
Fourth Grade?rnni? I nn
Richardson, Kenneth Perry, Phil Grif
fin, Estelle Beddingfteid, Gertrude
Hinnant, Hue Thomas Moody, Bayard
Griffin, Victoria Taut, Pattie Lou
i Fifth Qrade?Reba Pierce, Louise
'Pace, Bruce Pace, Annie Williams.
Pauline Beddingfleld. Sherman Pierce,
Diilard Tant, Ira Pierle.
Sixth Grade?Evelyn Hrewer, Nfary
Uray Pace, Charlie Richardson, L. G.
Mullen, Luther Mullen, Lo:s Bedding
field, Mozelle WHIiams, ueairlce Will
iams, Annie Louise Richardson. Ruth
Seventh Grade?Milton Pierce. Mary
Pierce, Ic^a Mae Moody, Malcolm Bed
dingfleld, Bruce Perry, Edgar Mullen.
Gi'lffin Dodd, Mozell Pac?, Ruby Pace.
Helen Hinnant, Earl Mullen. Rlbert
Avent, Eugene Griffin.
Pine Ridge presents the p'ay "Light
house Nan" at Cedar Rock Academy.
Wednesday evening, January 4th.
-Everybody come for there Is lots <f
funn in store for all.
Notice Is hereby given that my son.
Rom Hicks, 17 years old, lias left my
home without cause or my consent.,
Therefor? all persons aro hereby for
bidden hiring him or otherwise har
boring him under pennlty of law. This
Dec. 23rd, 1921.
12-30-41 P. P. HICKS.
NOTICE OK SALE OF REAL. PROP
Under and by Tlrtue of the powers
contained In a certain Deed of Trust
from J. T. Alford and i?ire. Marls
Alford, to the undersign?* Trustee, of
date May 31st, 1920, and recorded In
Book 233 at page 223 In the office qf
the Register of Deeds for Franklin
County, N. C., and default having
been made In the payment of said
note or notes, the undersigned Trus
tee will offer for sale, to trie highest
bidder, for cash, at the Courthouse
door of Franklin County, In Louts
burg, N. C., on -
MONDAY. JANUARY SO. 1922
at It o'clock noon, th* following des
flltuate In Dnnns Township, Frank
lin County, N. C. Beginning at a
light wood Itake, Oeorge Taylor*? cor
ner ; thence N 37d W M pi a to th* cen
ter of the road In Oeorge Taylor'? IIm,
corner of lot No, S; thane* along th* 1
rout N 10d W 1? pl? N ?7 ?I? and 15
Ik?, N 8 l-2d W 7? pi? to a ?take, cor
ner of lot No. ( In Sid Alford'? Una;
thence aloog this line 8 M 1-44 B Tt
pla and SO Ik? tor a pin? stamp. Od
Alford'? corner; thence about S 4 S-4d
117 pi? and II Iks to tne beginning,
r< ntalnlng fifty (BO) acre?, mor* or'
ThU December ?3rd, 11?.
m. D. BAKTUEtT, Trutee.
GOV. THOMAS WALTER BICKETT DEAD
Body Interred in Louis
Death Came at His Home in Ral
eigh After Stroke of Paral
ysis?J-ar?e Crowds Attend
Thomas Walter Bickett. Governor of
jXofiliCaroiiua?fiuui i>n to laii.died
at his home In Hayes Barton yeserday
'aorntng at ?ris. a iittie mor? Uim>[
twelve hours after he had been strick
en with paralysis Tuesday evenin*. He
'o-eo without regaining ?oancrtiiteaf u
with atr members of his ramlly at his
bedsidee except his sister, Jfrs. F. B.
I Ashcraft. of Monro? who reached Kal- j
[Sigh two hours later.
| Tho going of Um war oovernor was
' peaceful. Throughout the night he
struggled for each breath, out toward
morning the flickering pulse grew w?*k j
I er, tht labored breath fainter. From tht
| moment they reached him physican
held out no hapt and as dawn drew on
[the family realized that he won Id not
? live. At nint o'clock tht breathing was
almost imperceptible, the pulse was al
most gont. Presently ht cease? to strug
gle- North Carolina's belovtd citixen a"#
frfcnd was dead.
| The funeral which was held in Louis
burg ytsterday was possibly the larg
rtsl atttnded i
BILL TO BE ESTITLED AS ACT
TO Ml'BXIT TO A VOTE THE |
Ql'ESTIO> OF SALARIES OF
OFFICER* OF FRANKLIN
The General Assembly of North C*r-j
olina do enact:
? Section i That ?t the next gener
al election to be Held m the year One
; two there shall be submitted to the
! voters of Franklin County the ques
tion "Shall the Officers of Franklin
? County continue upon Salaries or
stall they be put upon a ree basis."
At the said election eacn roter who
shall favor compensating the officers
of j-fanklin <<H?ntv wrH. murin tn
iccordanre with the present provis
ions of law shall vote a oallot oni
which shall be written or printed the
words " For Salaries"; and each voter
. v. ho shall favor the abolition of said
salary and the placing of the County
officers of Franklin County on a fee
.basis shall vote a ballot on which]
: shall be written or printed the words
! "Against Salaries." The said <. lection 1
"shall be held at ihe same Ume tkat
the general election is hen: In the year
Cne Thousand Nine Honored and
Twenty-two and shall be held and
. conducted under laws applying to gen
Section 2. That if a majority of
the votes cast in said election shall;
be "For Salaries" then the existent
provisions of law relating to the com
? prnsntion of the officers of Franklin
County and their depnties shall re
[ main In force and effect. But it a
' majority of the votes cast tn said elec
tion shall be "Against Salaries- then
the salaries of said officers of Frank
lin County and their depnties shall be
abolished from and after the first
i Monday In December One
Nine Hundred and Twenty-two.
! ter Forty-five Public Local Laws 1*21.
: Chapter Six Hundred ana Ninety om
Public Local Laws 1915 and Acts
nmendatory thereto shall he no 'on
>lter in forre and effect am the olVti s
or Franklin Connty and tnetr
ties shall receive their
Irom fees in accordance with the pro
visions of law.
| Section 3. That this Act shaP he
' in force from and after its rat)
; STOLEN? Ono Hackney top
| rubber tired, stolen rrom mj hose
near Justice. Friday night aio-it 3
o'clock. A liberal rewsrd win bt
paid for information leading to m i
[ recovery. HKTTIK ilARKI.S. R S.
Spring. Hope, N. C. lI-3?-Jt
ROOMS FOR RK.V, -I hate
rooms for rent for light ]
Also revet al pigs asd hog*
MRS. K L OGBU1W
FOR 8ALE AT ACrTlON Oa I
j day afternoon at S o'clock. Ja
, 7th. IMS. at the court square la 1
] burg I will offer my
Ford automobile 1*1? modal, to tfci
highest bidder. This car Is ka gmm
A. W. MACON
STRAYED OR 8TOLBM
hooe on Thursday
name of "Spot.
bo raid for
?- Dl C.
oi tke Jmi? j i. DnH
Chapter C. D a *tU be faaM am Tmm
daj. iaaurr Xrd. at J o ooa at tbr
American Uegioa Rooat. A lu|< at
tendance is desired.
MRS- C. K COOKS. Pra?.
MISS LOUOA J ARMAS. Sec y.
paper Spe ud
that add to the
ud CM ?i tka
of tin in igmtl
a 11? that fcs also
far the Iliac
The tnhml sxi !?
point and a
I less bios??.
f "Tager i
SALE OF ggrtnt _
u4 b* rats* at t ha f ?
rrntaiaed ii a rerun hit of DM ax
| ???t?d to me by Otis Bail
I and daly recorded ta tke i
Register ct Deeds of Fl-aakHa C?Q
in Book 21 pace M, deCamlt ha viae
Kn sad? is tke p*Jmet of tka t?
! the holder t&ered I vOL oa
| MONDAY, DECEMBER SC. US1
| at atyoat tke kov of
lie aactioa at ike
jLoaisbarg. X. C-.
lot land sina
i FraaUiB Coaaty. State ot North Car
o'ioa. aad des^rfked aa hOe<
-m tie i-y tka ixn<s?
C. R Ca-JerkiU. oa t?? Saat by tka
[lands of J. 3f. aad W. H
I the Soatk by Cedar Creak.
I West by tke taads of G It
I teen acm aad bata? tke tract at li
vkenoa tka saH Oct* Ball aad a
This tka TTad day of Nov.. UH
11 -S-St W. H. TAHBCHtOCGH.
Tka ?b-n v> ?n pts^rW *<y
aary Xad. 1903. at 11 o e
i tka was* mm m aBa? m
i* tar Hwlf," ??!
ftris ?ta ktn not
ta tba ranks of
?iti wTliei it
Tmrlrnta buttons and
avaiM by tk*
mt tka Treasury Da
ta th* Army
by ImOBcat la on*
aai future pro
at Cael? Sun's Army
B IM Iff"
Clrta ?m lttni Um
mrj of thrift la th?ir
rlC ikeu b* enoour
tkmj km btnMd
ct tt la
certificate* twenty centa a jnonth. that
at the 11.000 certificates 52. a month.
Lik? War Savings Srampa Ui^r~??rUf:
-teates- iff?- redeemable at their toll
tace valu? upon maturity; that la la
: St* years from the year of purchaae.
WHY ARE MOLES BLIND?
They Have No Eyes.
Ara You Using Your Eye a
Or Are You Blind To
The Advantage Offered
Buy Government S*vlBgsS?cttrltle??
? They Pay Good 1mm ust w
Hal? You Save.
DON'T BE A MOLE
cA 1Decorative Ten
For the writing desk or as a com
panion piece to the guest book, a pen
with a feather quill for a handle
makes a beautiful gift. Natural feath
~bj are as marreloug and beautiful In
their markings as flowers and those In
neutral colors can be tinted if aae
wishes to brighten them. Many kinds
of feathers, including those of the
irp ircftrt ffrr the^e .|ncn,r?
pens and they make a gift suitefftw?
Oil Cloth Table Sets
No housewife will fall to enjoy the
new table seta of oilcloth with their
cheerful borders of gay flowers and
fruits. They are much handsomei
than the stenciled pieces and. many
women nsa them for the dinner as
well as th* breakfast table. These
sets consist of a centerpiece, plat?
doUies and smaller dollies. The fruits
and flowers In the set pictured ara
la their natural colors and the oil
cloth In a deep cream color.