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NO I ILL OF SALE OF VALUABLE
IS»rJ»»r ami by virtue of a special
nrnc«- dint; in the Supctior Court of
County. f**fo . Ihr dark, en
i Il.i! n re Luunii McLeod et al«, ex
iir.r **, th* ’»w<' hi inu Nft.— • —on
tin* it'd:.I t>ioe. cdti.u* docket of said
co j»l. ui «i l.i* tirnei obtained therein,
IE.' u«nl i- ('uniwiiuiuncr will,
c-n riiiiu'- th*. -Uh Jay of Sopti mbvr
1; . l, ..t : I n\ )«>rk .i m., o«i Ike pre
ittilih he •iii.lior d» m- ibsd, otfe.- for
• ui• l j «K.a I* trhol liidili r fot cnxh,
iln fol'.Ov icijr described troct of land
ly.nfcr uiii Pe ng m Grove Township,
.!:;iue.., .uu:ity. Ninth ('.irottna:
it**. .11 j'n;; ui the *ovginning corner
l«»; Nn. 1*, u»nJ r»mi* with the line
•ii Nori.mn McL**ou bou'.h 71 West,
f'auin-* in n d.ad pine, th«- cor
i« • in" t’u old Mrl .end 100 at ri tract;
Uu i«> ihr line of that tract South
J l-J W» t. £.'.>»o chains to • stake
nri; ib iuv f*outh b7 l-« East,
J :;ti i hi. nn !o u <flske in thr line of
I..jt No. 1; 'iiriicc a- me l.nc of that
•*.i North 4IS )-J East. 10 chuiiis in a
Uise whvic onrr >tocd a poet oak
iIn- rc-ri.'l uf Lot N-i. I uinl olio a
ii>rmr of *he No'tn.in M* I.»ed trad;
lh*r«e u:i tile Junibei on the hillside
North ly ftla.-tt, K<JG chums to a 4iakv
«»lU i hr. No'.vh 1H Ecut, 10.75 chain*
i>i hh .otimt; tbon«« as hia other
Kn. North 0 Kart, 13.70 chains to
it?.- ,-.>.n*r of lot No. 9; ihence a*
that line SoJlh 80 I 2 Weal, to the
i»r/ **i ng. containing 20 3-4 aci ex.
mole u> lea?. ll**mg lot No. 10 in the
•Civ i ion of the land a of Daniel Me
14 o*l, tire cur i J. fcllouJ to Neill K.
Mil.*-..-*!, now dcc<*M*«(l
Place of Sa!«*: On prvmoti, above
lien1 ibcd. •
T’.m* of Sale Friday, S«*pL 24.
I *.> 2« , 11 a. m
T»-»*m% of Sale: Cash
Tlii* th* 23id day of August. 1920.
1„ L. LEVINSON, Com
li: 71 7 14
SALE OF AUTOMOBILE
UNDER CHATTEL MORTGAGE
Thr undet dicn d. transferee of that
filtiiin rhal-,il mortgage. caveat* d
by Owen C. Smith to O. I. Ellington
on 'l»o 13, day of April, 1920. and
it.u'ded in Book 93, at page Go of
’hi Rnri*<lr> o' ilnmwtt County. Jure
12, ’ !'*jn, a. curing two note? $11)4.4.7
• •••*• A. one of *)nch fell duo on tl»»
1*1. day of May, U'20. and the other
nt‘ \ h.ch fell due cn the 13. day of
June. 1920. which chattel mortgage
rt’. il the not*« su jnd thereby, hav
*r,T b. er. duly tran-ft-cred to the un
d<?;xigiMsl before maturity of *aau,
n» d Jcf&al: ha*ing been mad in the
payment of *aid not****, will offei for
•ale, the following described peraon
■I property embraced in aid chattel
mortgage at the pout oflke door is the
town of Angier, North Carolina, on
Saturday, September l§, ltt'20, at 12
o’clock noon, for cab:
“One flvo paaaengrr Bunk, Tour
ing Car, Model D 46, number 200
Tbit aotomobile may be eeen at
any time before the day of ale at
my home about two mile* Ep»t of Arr
Thi* 14, day of Auguat, 1020.
0 U F.I.I.JNOTON. Mortgagee.
By J U. UARDK£B, Tranefercc of
>'i anklin T. Dupree, Attorney, An
gmr, North Carolina. 17 4L
NOTICE OK SALE OK LAND
Under the authority contained In
a deed of truet cxecutod by C. T.
8pencil and wife, Kalla Clyde Spence,
which deed of trust is duly registered
In thr Office uf Kegielrar oi Deeds
of Hamit: county Tn Book I OB «t
peg* 87C, the conditions named in
teld deed of trust not haring bean
compiled with, and the holder of the
noU secured thereby having in ac
cordance with the provisions named
in said deed of trust declared the en
tire Indebtedness secured thereby te
be due end having made demaad upon
the trustees that the power of aale
contained in said deed of trust t >
exercised, the undersigned trustees
named :n said deed of truet will, on
Monday the Sin day of September
1920 at one o'clock P. II. at the
Court House Doer Id Lilllngton, N. C.
sell at public auction to tho highest
bidder for cash the land deacrlbed
in said deed of trust being a tract of
land in I.illington Township, Harnett
County, State of North Carolina, ad
joining the lands of Mrs. Annie If.
liar*, J. B. Lanier and others, and
bounded as follows, vis:
Beginning at a stake in the center
o? Front Street of the Town ef 1.11
lington as ejrtendcd in the center ef
Front Street of lbs Town of Lilllng
ton as extended In westerly direc
tion at a point opposite the north
west corner of land deeded to Mrs.
Ann e M. Ile e b> Board of Trustees
of the Lill'ngton High Sckooba end
ru.ir thence north 71 degrees »V W.
I!M fret to the western liar of the
regram land; I hence as the liae of
•aul lend S. 83 degrees 29’ west 421
fret to e .take the original comer of
the Geo W Prgram 100-ecre tract
end the A. N Waddell 78-acre tract;
tbenre N 69 degrees 40’ W. 884 fast
t > a stoke in the Grndy line; thence
S 44 degrees G’ west 1011 feat to a
-take in the comer of E Street ex
tended; thence as the renter of said
stiect 8 71 degree. 8G’ cast 1778
tcet to a stake, the comer of S acre
tract deeded to T. L. Bayne. Jr.;
Um m*r a. the line of that tract N 18
digrbee 28' E. 198 feet to a stake;
city racnhtnto in all Unci, you will
And that high grade clothing, fur
nishings sf all kind for the house
and a wide variety of other first class
articles are aold as much to farmers
as to city people, and for that mat
ter Ike farmer and kta family come
to town for entertainment aa much
aa for buaincm Stop outside of aay
motion picture theatre when the
crowd U coming out and yon will
•cc much more than a sprinkling of
farm people who have driven in to
the movies in the evening in the
Twenty minutes or a half hour at
lU. I. lU.in on. will U I h._
in from llu farm.
The reason behind Ihia greater fre
quency in coming to town lien In Im
proved labor conditions on the farm.
There wee a that not so many yean
age when field work wu much hard
er on account ef doing a good part
of it by hand, and when the chore*
always took a long lime because they
represented hand work entirely. New,
however, power has supplanted hand
work to a great extent. A groat deal
of his power ie furnished by small
electric plants which art Installed on
the farm and which furniah not only
electric light but plenty of power to
do the punping, swooping, washing,
ironing, milking, churning and sep
It Is labor saving of thin kind which
hat givan the fanner and hit family
Use opportunity to make the moat of
buaiaaa and toeial advantages to be
enjoyed la the city.
Unless the Federal Reserve banks
give generous financial aid to the
canning Industry thin fall there will
be a shortage of canned goods, Cleve
land banker* wna told recently.
Dr. llutull, of Minnesota, recent
ly declared that clean teeth would
mean the vacatlac »t twenty per cent
of the hoepital bedi now in use. Clean
teeth KO far toward pirmtiof indi
acealjon, heart diaauae, kidney t.cubic,
brain trouble, and rheumuttiun.
Sir William Osiar ia credited with
•ayiaf: "If I wctc ankad to auy
whether more pbyaieal deterioration
was produced by aleokol than by de
fective teeth, I should eay, uiihvsi
tatlncly. defective teeth."—Vircinla
Rural School Meamge*.
them* S 71 difttei SC E ISO f**t to
'a itaka la tha lu>* of Mr*. Bar*;
Umibc* with h*r 11b* N. IS degroea 13’
K. 701.3 feat to th* b*ginniag, con
taining 46 aer**. more or lea*.
Place af aal*: Courthouse Door,
Lilliagton- N. C.
TtaaTof Sal*; Monday. S.pt- 6th.
1020, on* o’clock P. M.
Ttnu of aal*; Cash.
Thia th* SI day of July, 1020.
E RANDOLPH WILLIAMS.
N. A. TOWNSEND. Trustor.
TW Femtf Cwu to The City
Thar* has been a great real said
and written recently on the snbjoct
of taking city convaniancea to the
fans home and a great deal hav been
done in tbie direction, bat It ahould
not be inferred that the farmer ia
waiting pamivoly far tbaae thing! to
be brought to him. He b coming to
the city for the convenience* he
it ia no longer a matter of the far
mer having time fer only occaaional
visit* at long intervab to the city and
upon earns actual orgeat business.
He now come* frequently for nil
kind! of purpose*. if you will ask
WATCH and CLOCK
We have just instituted a repair depart
ment for watches and clocks and have em
ployed an expert to direct the work.
The Department is equipped with the
best and latest machinery, and we will ap
preciate your patronage.
We will carry a first class stock of jew
el w. clocks and cut glass in this department.
Dunn. N. C.
f Mr. FARMER
Did you get a four-Year Guarantee with jrour flatteries
I< ; to your Lighting P!anl> If you did not you should have
) !< . trough) an h dison.
i i1 *
• I, ,
■ I'rotoct hninnu Hr#* pfD^
crty »*d Ii*p tti*k, by «*(•
• the &*fv li*h*h preduot^l by 1
4 I. ( _ '
CUfcTMC LMNT PUNT
> Wo lamp* to up 1
' | Light kai a* Dim. QetA <
the CTMtltME MMSON
• IlKTILC UOR
■ and rawn Witte
< i | tar Ootokor
< < > . .
J If you are intcrealed equipping yqur home with a
' 1 Lighting Plant, we want to demonatrate tha Ediaon. You will
> 1 like it.
■ « >
■ DUNN HEAT AND LIGHT COMPANY
« i *
i: i C. H. RANDALL M*na««.
I N i ^ ^ __ __ _ _
A FEW BARGAINS LEFT
Our Sale has dosed, but we are still offering
many bargains for the Thrifty Buyer
COME IN AND LET US SHOW
THE GOLDSTEIN CO.
When one read* of Dam liriiy in chatk1' **f fls racy ;o cvcdltryr
povfrHy ami Kniah Bernhard! atilin. ,'e j*> vei ty-nt !.y f;,
a >oriaJ of Vr life to hold off Inc —
wolf, one von<lcr> about iho*» 91. n.’11 <V> v,i .not r.,Ti a
a nitfht aala.-y r’.unir. • . n .» pal >«•/ ;c ».ay b.. ur recj .v
—r.a‘V«J ol :hk»l on tf'tatif*’* «■*’ ltnC
William Broa» Lloyd, Millioiain, IriMb
with 1# others vra* ce.ilmotl to lino * * ••*——
and imprlaonrncn! a: Chkatrc on a DUNN DISPATCH, AUG. »!, |K0.
oo»o>»a»»od-»»»»o>.<.»ac-o*<x»*.--t->s.MM.- ;« *
j Victrolas and Vic
We have a large stock of new Victrol.-.a !
—finished in Lite prc;tiest woods and design* ;
ed to mclch all styles of furniture. • ;;
With them we l ave die newest records I [
I made by the Victor Company’s moat noted ;;
; cingers and musicians.
; ; i he Victor mr.chine is without a super* «
' ior. It has fe w equals. :
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All the fine pointc of talking machines I
manufacture have been built into this mr.cb- ;
ine which has stood the test service through : I
;; t! i vexjirp since such machines became a part ; j
tf;l r music world.
y/c wiU he glad to demonstrate these j
machines and these records to you.
COME AND HEAR THEM
Butler brothers |
■■■■aaMiaHHn ii ii nianiai . a-i ihi.*»--■ •***
II Big Opening Sales of the Benson Tobacco Market I
I Wednesday, September 8th, 1920. I
I The Banner Warehouse Co., will be under new management, Mr. H. T. Wall a
hustling tobacco man, and auctioneer will be in charge. C
The new Farmers Warehouse will be under same management, E. W. Harris & |
Sons & Coats.. Now farmer friends we want to make Benson a good tobacco |
market, help us do this by placing your tobacco on the Benson market. Come 1
with a good load of tobacco to our OPENING SALE. s
BANNER .WAREHOUSE COMPANY , . FARMERS WAREHOUSE |