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We have ten good fanns for sale, prices
ranging from $100.00 to $6,500, which we will
be glad to show you if interested.
W. W. BRuw
Burliagton, Nortli Carolma
Koiice of Sale,
By virtue of the power of sale
contained in a deed in trust dated
F'ebruary 1, 1913, given to the
Central Loan & Trust Company;
executed by J. C. Huffines, and
recorded in the office of Register
of Deeds in book No. 59 of mort
gage deeds, pages 197-200, in
clusive. Default having been
made in the payment of interest
and principal of the bonds se
cured by said deed in trust, the
undersignec: trustee v/ill expose ‘
to public sale at the court house
door in Graham, North Carolina,
to the highest >>idder for cash,
on Saturday morning. Nov. 29th,
1918, at 11 o’clock, the following
A certain tract or parcel of
land in Burlington township, Al
amance county, State of North
Carolina, adjoining the lands of
Holt street, James L. Horner,
Thomas Evans, Brice C. Garri
son, W. N, Harrison, and others,
bounded as follows:
Beginning at an iion bolt, cor
ner with Holt street and W. N.
Harrison, thence v/ith line of W.
N. Harrison 50 feet to corner
with Brice C. Garrison and W.N.
Harrison; thence with line of
Brice C. Garrison 12 feet to an
ron bolt, corner with Brice C.
Garrison; thence with his line 80
ifeet 6 inches to an iron bolt, cor
ner with said Garrison and Thns.
! Evans 59 feot 8 inches to corner
j with Thomas Evans and James
! L. Horner; thet’.ce with line of
said Horner and Hoit street^ 72
feet to the beginning, containing
8,550 square feet, more or less.
This 27th day of October, 1913.
Central Loan & Trust Co.,
Lis.t of Unclaimed Letters.
Remaining iii the postoffice at Buti-
in.Rton, N. C., November 22, 1913:
Gentlemen—Lee Brummitt, W. D.
Bizzell, J. A. Odell, Charles A. Roth-
Ladies:—Mrs. A. F. Campbell (2),
Mary Gillespie, Miss H. A. Hurdle,
Mrs. Annie Mabane, Mrs. Mammie
Price, Mrs. Minnie Rogers, Miss Ethel
Thomas, Mrs. Nonie Yews.
Persons calling for any of these
letters will please say ‘‘Advei'tised”
and give date of list.”
F. L. WILLLAMSON,
P'ather always knocks moving’ pic
ture shows as long as mother, is sat
isfied to spend a nickel a night on her
entertainment. But when mother
gets a yen to see a two-dollar show,
father tries to convince her that she
W’ill see more and get more enjoy
ment out of a moving picture show.
CoiniDissioner'*s Sale of
Valoable Heal Estate
By virtue of an order of the
Superior court of Alamance coun
ty, made in a special proceedings
whereunto all the heirs»at-law oi
the late C. M. Euliss were made
parties for the purpuse of selling
for partition the real property 9!
said C. Eulisis, deceased, m
Alamance county, i will offer at
public sale, to the highest bidder
for cash, at the court house door
in Grahams N. C., at 12 o cloctc
M.,on Saturday, November 29,
1913, the following described real
property, towit: . -
Tract No. 1-Adjoinmg the
lands of D. T. Curtis, heirs of
John Staley, deceased, S. L. Dix
on, and others, bounded as fol
lows, towit: Beginning at an
iron bolt in public road leading
from Big Fails to Burlington,
corner with D. T. Curtis, run
ning thence N 28 1-2 degrees E
27.61 chs, to an iron bolt in said
Staley line, corner with said
Dixon; thence N 86 1-4 degrees
W 26.50 chs. to a rock, corner
with said Dixon; thence S 3 1-4
degrees W 27.50 chs. to a rock;
thenre E 12.80 chs. to the begin
ning, containing 48 acres, more
Tract No. 2-Lying and being
,in Patterson township, adjoining
i the lands of A. V. Euliss, E. M.
Alexander, and others, and
bounded as follows, towit: Be
ginning at a slcme in E._ M. Al
exander's line, A. V. Euliss' cor
ner, running VV 19 chs, and 75
lengths to a white oak near the
creek, the old corner; thence
dov/n the creek and themeander-
ings 01 the creei‘ and bend to
dora Euiiss' line; thence 3 with
Ledora Euliss and A. V. Euliss’
line to the beginning, containing
13 acres, more or less.
Tract No. 3—A lot or parcel of
land in Burlington twp., within
the corporate limits c'f the town
of Burlington, on the corner
where Means and Cameron
streets intersect, it being lot No,
250, as shown by the map of said
town, dated 1886, it being the
same lot of land conveyed to said
Clayton M, Euliss by the Nirth
Carolina Raihoad company,dated
8th day of May, 1890, and record
ed in Register of Deeds office of
Alamance county, in deed book
No. 14, on ■ pages 212 to 215, and
upon which there is now si'.uate
a dwelling house.
TERMS OF SALE: One third
down, one-third in six months
balance in 12 months, wiib in
terest on defend payments and
title reserved until fully paid for.
Wm. L WARD,
Graham, N. C.
J. A, GILES,
Durham, N. C.,
This October 25th, 1913.
Nice eating apples 10 to 15
cents pe dozen at F. J. St,rader.
ONLY 30 DAYS UNTIL
Some child will own one of these hand
some little Shetland PONIES ^nd OUT
FIT FRE-E, Ask all your friends, uncles,
aunts, cousins and parents to buy their
Xmas SHOES, HATS, MADE-to-ME--
SURE Clothing and Xmas Gifts from
iJ, w .-
The only merchant in this liive giving Dunlap Pony
Coupon v/ith ail cash Purchases.
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HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO DRIVE ONE OF THEM?
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We have the greatest line of “up-to-the
minute” SHOES, HATS, GLOVES, NECK
WEAR, HOSIERY, SWEATERS, and eveiy-
thing suitable for Gifts for the who le fami
ly we have ever shown in town
THE HOLT-CATES Go
The ttniy Sluie Stoirc GWiog Posy Coupons.
Is Spent in 3ed. Buy a
Taylor Made Mattress of Us
IDEAL DOUBLE DECK
And Rest Comfortable
We have just unloaded a car of Mat
tresses and are ina position to save
you money in
BURLINGTON. N. C,
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_ Owing to the requests of our manv custom
ers who could not be here during the sale we
have decided to run the sale 15 days longer foi
the benefit of those who could not be here dur
ing this sale. We are getting in daily new
goods such as suits, coats dresses clothing and
shoes to fill the demand for thecic great bargains
this Wonderfu 1 Price-Smashing sale offers^
This has been tho isiost successful sale ever held ia our town
because the bargaitis have surpassed all former offerings.
If you have so far missed your chance at these unusual
offerings, don’t delay any longer but come at once and
see what remarkable purchasmg power we have crowded
into every dollar.
Exceptional values for your money is whalryoa get here
now. These extraordinarily low prices will surely de
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