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DUNN GRADED SCHOOL DIS
TRICT. NORTH CAROLINA.
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Booed of Traetooa, in wo of tbe an
do*oi*aed, a*»S 4 o'clock. T. M . Na
gf^wbitb cocayrtnc tbe Town aI
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*£»«?• ““'•Tfo o*d Tnm4 Company
of Mew Tata City, which w«l certify
oa to the (eaaiaabooi of the «%nn
taw of tbo Icbool DirtNet oMib
and the ooal bay topic I thereon. Le
mHto wJM bo apptwood by Chootcr B.
Maowtrh, EOo.. of Mow Tort City,
whooc oppcwomc opinion wli bn fur
Mdtod to tba yoiebaoor althuul
TtSc law rnoaiioo aa anMmttod tax
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paertad hMk *™rtwi*0* ** **e#r‘
!*»■<•»» the Timinr of
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gw* «ha Bthoal 5S3> —lam an»
gg luWllay from the failure of the
hMdar^ta eeraply with tte Um. of
„ ha delivered an or about
w, 1M*. ta New York
WT. ar, at the Durchaaer'a riw,
for dailvory amt eShange. m SETS
parihaiM '• choice. Ko hid of leaa than
pmr aad accrued lnt*c*t will be
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ar aH Hda la roaorvod.
_ marvin wade,
Secretary, Board of Truitoc*.
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TtUmri SALK OF LAND
®*hr and bp virtue of the power
■* ante contained In a certain doed of
tawat executed by Jacob Bam and
wtfa Nellie Ham to the undareigmid
Amateo on December 16th, ini and
^y recorded in the office of the
Bagtatax of Deed* of Harriott County
:■ »®®k IN, pace *11, default har
ms been made in the payment of the
ache meured thereby end forecloearo
avU«t been demanded by the bolder
‘/.ho note, the underaigned win on
Friday, December 8th. IBM at the
--ourthouae door in LUlingtoa offer
for aaie to the higheul bolder for
-a*b the land hereinaflar described,
Being all of lota Noa. (25) tern
ty-ftva a ad (26) twenty six in the
mbdiviaion of the A. A I*arks land,
lying and being near the town of
Oarm, N. C., each of raid lot* being
twenty-Sve feet by one hundred and
“rty^foot in eiae and adjoining each
Par a more defiuita deerription of
•aid lota reference ii hereby made to
plot of add aubdivirton ar recorded
in Book 119, page 696 in the office
of the KegUtrr of Deodi for Harnett
County, N. C., and i» the rame land
conveyed t« Jacob Ham by deed front
Cater Ham and wife recorded in
Book 194 at page 428 in the office
at the Beyirter of Deed* for Harnett
County, N. C.
Hour of aale: 12:00 o’clock M.
Onto of aale: Friday, Dec. 8th,
Place of rale: Courthouse door,
Igtlmgtan, N. C.
CLAKKNCE J. SMITH, Trustee.
Thia Nov. 1th, 1922.
Nov. 7 14 21 2S.
„ NOTICE OF SALE
By virtue of authority contained In
a judgment and decree of rale enter
ed in the luponor court of Harnett
County an the 26th day of October
19S2, mm being No. 2010 on apodal
proceadinga docket entitled, "F. D.
Byrd, Ate n A. W Byrd at il," the
undersigned will on Monday, Deeem
bor 4th. 1ft*, at 18 o'clock M.. at
tho coarthonM door (a Harnett Coun
ty. a**r for rale ta the klghmt bid
dor for cut the foUowtng daocribod
tract of land, to-erit:
o Hanmtt County, State of
North Carolina, la 8owart<s Croak
township, containing 66 acros, more
or lea; the cams being a part of a
tract of land conveyed by dead from
Alloa J. Barboar to O. *. Byrd, dated
March If, IMS aad daly loeordad in
Book 0, Pago 170 etc., record* of
A survey of the above described
property will be made giving motes
aad bounds before a deed is executed
by the und< minted tovnm lari oner
Tbit tract of land will bo divided
Into two tracts sad sold at It la aH
practically cleared; then it will be
sold a* a stole if purchaser doairoa
Terau of (ale: Cash.
Time of aaic: December 4, 1988. 18
Piece ef aalc: Conrthoosc door, Iil
lingtou, N. C.
Thli the Diet day of Oetobor 1*88.
CLARENCE J. SMITH, Commissi oner
Oct. 81 Nov. 7 14 81.
PETITION FOR PARDON
TSilj is to give notice chat the ua
iloTuigncd will apply to the Governor
of North Carolina within the next
dO days for the pardon or parols of
her husband, Carlio B. Matthews.
This the 84th day of Oct. 1*88.
MBS. KATIE MATTHEWS.
0 84 4 W.
Under the power of asie contained
* a mortgage deed made by A 1
Goodman and wife ta Martin Good
man, recorded In Harnett Coanty in
Rook 108, page 268, sold mortgage
deed Having been duly transferred
ond assigned to E. F. Strickland by
transfer duly recorded In Harnett
Coanty In Book 1*8, page 1*8, and
under the power of oafs contained In
a mortgage deed from A. R. Good
man and wife to E. F. Strickland,
recorded In Harnett Coanty in Book
116, page 441, default having been
mad* in the payment of the notes
secured by said mortgage deeds the
undersigned assignee aad KortgMos
will expose to sale at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash at Ik*
courthouse door la Lilliagton, Har
nett County, North Carolina at 18
o’clock M., on Thursday, November
9th, 1988 the following rlaonrib.il
A certain piece or trace af land 1
.Tla( and belli Ik Arena bo no Town
akitb Harnett Const*, State of North
Carolina and daeerfbed and defined
w follow*, te-wit: Bctianln* at a
■tak* and potetan In a branch. Hie.
-ill* F. Hodysa and A. 1L Goodman
ronmr, formerly J. R. Strickland and
Wai lib Goodman'* corner, and rvai
as their lino K. S8 E. 6.97 chairs t«
Gm co nor of the Are acres Martin
Goodman sold A. A. Parka; thanci
** t'mt line S. *»2 E. Y.84 ch«it«f to hU
eorvu-r it. ihc A. C. L. U. B rght-of
lio*, thnncv a* turn, lino S. 88
W. 8.46 v, ham* t«i tin? run of a
oruncl*; t'lcncc as the nm of the
branch to Uio beginning, containing
Thl* October 9, 1922*
S. B. STRICKLAND.
A'i'.jpite of Martin Goodnaan.
E. K. Strickland, Morbgaffoa.
Otl 10 17 21 81 Nov 7.
jj Notice to
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Cz-fOMriff l T. McLamb, sriH be at tha following places os *
ths days below mentioned for tha purpose of eoOeetinf the 10 per !
seat accounts doe the Bpsnoke •ad.flsdomburg Bsflroad Company.
, , These of the snbscribeis who ere due the corporstion wtU pkaee
■»eet him end psy their accounts. <
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Selembur,. at the Beak. Monday. November 13, 10 a. m. ts 4 p. m. !
Haney malts. Meter Ground. Wodmee. Nee., lb. 10 a. m. »e 4 p. m- I
■ ' Crooo Church, Friday, Neeombav 17, 10 a. ua. to 4 p. m.
* *oodk Monday. Neeamber 20. 10 a. Bk to 4 p. m.
Kaeaabe School Heue, Wedneaday, Noe., 22, IO a. m. to 4 p. m.
*^■*7 Croeo Church, Friday, Noe ember 24, 10 a. m. ke 4 p. m
**»■* Hoseo, Monday, Noe mu bar 27, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
David Godwin'* Store, Wednesday, Nee.. SO, 10 a. m. to A p. m.
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; due the company as this will possibly be the last oatL ' I
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How Essex Views the
Closed Car Question
Until Essex brought out the Coach, a dosed car on a first rate chassis
could not be had at a moderate price.
Buyers took it by the thousands. Nothing like it was ever experienced
in closed car sales. And in consequence other makers added closed
cars to their lines.
But their bid for a share of the trade is not based upon the principle
which gives the Essex its distinction.
Mark how different it is
Elaborate fittings intended to lend an air
of luxury are not featured in the Eases. It
is sold strictly on its merits as a complete
and superb motor car mechanically. It
established itself as one of the leading four
cylinder motor cars of the world in perform
ance, endurance, reliability and economy.
One stock car under official observation
travelled 3,037 miles in fifty hours. Four
stock cars each lowered all previous time rec
orda between Son Francisco and New York.
It is upon such u chassis that the Coach is
mounted. The same idea of utility guided
its creation. It has staunchness and char
acter. It gives the utility of the costliest
cars. It stays tight and secure.
Yet such a delightful closed body doss not
place the Essex Coach price beyond the
reach of those who can afford a good
D. P. S. Motor Company
Touring Gar - (IMS
v Cabriolet - • 1143
I Fnisht and Tom Extra
| ESS EX COACH *1245
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THREE - SPLENDID - FARMS
Subdivided into small farms, will be offered
AT AUCTION, THURS., NOV. 9,1922
10:30 A. M. AND IP. M.
J. A. BLAYLOCK FARM ON DUNN-BENSON ROAD, 1 1-2 MILES FROM DUNN,
FARM ON DUNN-FAYETTEVILLE ROAD, 11-2 MILES FROM DUNN
AND JIM HODGES FARM ON DUNN AND BUIES CREEK ROAD, 1 MILE
FROM TURLINGTON STATION.
ORDER OF SALE: At 10:30 A. M., the J. A. Blaylock Fcm» located on Dunn-Benson
Roach! 1-2 miles from Dunn and 5 miles from Bens or, will be offered on the property.
Immediately after this sale, we will remain o.i the J. A. Blaylock Farm and offer the Beas
ley Farm, located on Dunn-Fayetteville Road, 1 1-2 miles from Dunn and 4 miles from
Duke.N. C. At 1:00 P. M., on the property, we will offer the Jim Hodges Farm on
Dunn-Buies Creek Road, located 1 mile from Turlington Station, 3 miles from Duke,
and 6 miles from Durni. Do not get the sales of these three farms confused.
AT THE SALE OF THE JIM HODGES FARM AT 1:00 P. M., ON THURSDAY,
A BIG BARBECUE DINNER
WB1 be prepared and served free to aU in attendance at the sale.
SALES CONDUCTED BY i
■ Atlantic Coast Realty Company, Agents
i. “The Name That Justifies Your Confidence**
I Ofteoai PETERSBURG, VA. WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. GREENVILLE, N. C.