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MOUNT GILEAD NEWS.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hatley and
children spent Monday with Mrs.
Mrs. M. J. Hatley spent Monday
with her son, Mr. J. E. Hatley.
Robert Hatley, the 12 year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. w'alter Hatley, re
ceived a very painful injury Saturday.
h i cut a tiee down and the tree lodg
ed a. d fell on his foot/ cutting it
\ ery badly .
■ iisc - . n.e Hatley spent Sunday
a d Sundav night with Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Hatley .
, job. • dne Neal was the guest
of Misses Ometa and Edna Hatley
div and Monday.
Hr Douglas Hatley spent Monday
with Mr. Silas Hatley.
. has a cow with
Oh-o State Journal.
T'e F~'t way to deal with drunken
automobile drivers is not only to put
. - in jail but to deny him the right
drive a car for a long period after
Ms release. The number of such driv
ers is large enough to constitute a
gvnve menace to public safety. It
ought to be an established policy, ap
plicable without exception in such |
cases, that the menace must be remov
ed from the highways. I
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I The undersigned have a carload of young Virginia horess and tvll
mules for sale ii Pittsboro, N. C. m
CASH OR TERMS. I
This stock is the best ever been shipped to Chatham County. M
And you must see thetn to appreiiate them. T.he best stock ever
offered for the price. ; ! |ffll
Also will £ ’.l a car load of Virginia and Tennessee horses and O
21 at 12 o’clock. A .
mules at pubuc auction for cash on Tuesday of Court wrtek, Oct. 181
I BLASR &SHOVER |
M G. W. BLAIN, Manager.
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I NEW FALL CO ATS |
► Coats of the newest novelty wool- S
t ens, richly fur trimmed. 5
► Dresses of Satin Canton, Bengaline «
► and Plaid Flannels. <
► g. ~ :.■■■■■ I-. I -—==3 4
l BETTER VALUES AT 5
! WILLLIAMS-BELK GO., j
i Because We Sell For Cash, For Less J
I The enforcement of such policy
! might tend to make the prohibition
laws better observed and that cer
tainly would be a good thing. But
the immediate and main advantage
would be the protection of the public,
i To insure the safety of life vM limb,
so far as this is humanly possible, is
the first duty of organized /-overn
The colonel was delivering an ad
dress to junior officers up for exam
ination. He dwelt with much empha*
! sis on the fact that each offioer should
devote the intervening time to prepare
for the final examination. “The ex
amination papers are now in the hands
of the printer. Are there any ques
tions to be asked?” Silence prevailed.
Suddenly a voice from the rear quietly
inquired: “Who’s the printer, sir?”
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Doctor (to patient) —Go to your
druggist and ask him for some
iodhyrnrgyrate of iodide of potas
sium, some ankydrogglucochloral and
some dioxyamidoarseno-benzol—and I
should not be surprised if with those
we shall be able to triumph over your
toss of memory.—Paris Journal Amus
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND UN
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a certain mort
gage deed exeiuted by Lonnie M. Pe(t
ty and wife to the undersigned mortga
gee, H.M. Holt, which is registered in
office of the Register of Deeds for
Chatham County in Book “FN” at
page 563, default having been made in
the payment of the same, the said
mortgagee will on
Monday, November 3rd, 1-924 at the
Court House Door of Chatham
County in Pittsboro, N. C.,
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash the following
five tracts of land located inChatham
County, N. C.:
First Tract: All of that certain tract
or parcel of land known as the Fou
shee old place, in Chatham County,
Hadley Township, on the waters of
Dry Creek, and adjoining the lands
of Stephen Petty, Isham Thrift, J. B.
DeGraffenreidt Estate and others,
and containing 128 acers more or less.
Second Tract: Located in Hadley
Township on the water of Dry Creek
and bounded as follows: —Beginning
i . —, . |
CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT CO.
has NEVER MISSED the payment of a single
PREFERRED STOCK DIVIDEND
and dividends have been paid ever since the stock was first issued over fifteen years ago#
The regular quarterly dividend paid
to PREFERRED STOCKHOLDERS of
CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT CO,
‘ NEXT DIVIDEND JANUARY Ist
GUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON
Buy your shares
from any employe ■
they re our sales•
wen. Clip £f mail
coupon for com
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at a large red oak stump and run
ning West to a post oak; thence N...
210 poles to a post oak; thence W.
76 poles to a post oak, Thomas Clark’s
line, thence S. 210 poles to a jack
oak; thence east to a Red oak; thence
99 poles to a maple on the bank of
Dry Creek; thence up the creek to the
first branch; thence up the branch
6 poles to an ash; thence N. 63 deg.
E. 18 poles to a rock; thence S. 26
thence E. 44 poles to a walnut tree;
thence N. 6 poles; thence N. 26 de
grees W 25 poles to the Branch;
thence down and across the Creek to
the first station; containing 173 acres,
more or less. j
Third Tract: —Located in Hadley
Township on the waters of Dry Creek
and Petty Branch and bounded as fol-1
lows: —Beginning at the mouth of
said Branch, running South— deg.
E. 55 poles to a stake in Degraffen
reidt line; thence E. with said line 17
poles to the Petty branch; thence
down said branch to its mouth to
the beginning; containing 3 acres more
or less. I
Fourth Tract: Located in Hadley
Township; beginning at Stephen Pet-
CAROLINA POWER & UGHT CO.. Investment Dept.. Raleigh. N. C.
[Mark X in [ J meeting your requirements]
I r 1 me free copy of booklet telling more about your stock and tbe Company.
[ ] I wish to subscribe for shares your Preferred Stock at price of $1(XM)0 aim divi
dend per share. Send bill to me showing exact amount due.
. l J I wish to subscribe for shares your Preferred Stock on Easy Payment Plan of
$lO per share down and $lO per share per month until $100UX) and dividend per share
I has been paid.
[ ] Please ship shares your Preferred Stock at SIOO.OO and dividend per share with
draft attached through
j Name of Your Bank
Clt y ' -* n-:z M
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ty’s corner on Dry Creek and run
ning with his line N. 7 deg.. E 98
poles to his comer; thence W. with
the Petty line 26 poles; thence S.
to the comer of J. T. Petty and O. M.
Lutterloh on Petty’s Creek; thence
down said creek to the beginning; con
taining 13 1-2 more or less.
; Fifth Tract: Beginning at Hatch’s
corner; thence running Westwarrd
with Robertson’s creek to Griffin’s old
line; thence with Grffin’s and W. L.
London’s line to a comer, in sail Lon
don’s line; thence Esast with London
line and about one-half mile to Mrs.
Etta Farrell’s comer; thence North to
! Mrs. Etta Farrell’s comer; thenfce
East to the beginning; containing 172
acres mlnr or less
! The above described tracts of land
will be offered for sale separately;
then they Will all be offered for sale
together; and the said land will be
sold in the way and manner it brings
the best price.
This the 30th day of September,
| H. M. HOLT.
Long & Bell, Attorneys. Oct. 23.4tc
Tuesday October 7 •
a * th .f. Chatham Court. v % Sc Wftl
admitted free. chj]sM
| RIVER coal com*3
porated, by the Su P eS> $
Chatham County, North r Cou n
, 1S *? "Ottfy all persons &°St
I against the Deep River
ang, Incorporated, to presSfA
jthe undersigned on oi gS
, ber Ist, 1924, or this S'
plead in bar of their recover fl!
tice is published in accords
an order and judgment
Barnhill, Judge of q 01 . M. i
rendered in the case o^w"^
fnc^o V rate D d eeP
This 30th day o?Septemh ol>Ell
Sanford, N. C. ptembe r 1924
Long & Bell, Attorneys Receiv «
' We maintain *
Resale Deft- *
our offices f tr
the benefit of""
who may v‘ si tt \
| sell their'M rIS
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