Big Opening Day
On this^penlng we expecti^crshow you one of the
biggest display h in the State, and at prices that
will seem reasonable to you: In the meantime
we are selling many holiday articles as wo aro
opening them up. We have Christmas Gifts from
5 cents to $600.00. Come in and see us.
(WIDE-AWAKE ME EC H AKT)
liim?llM, HOBTH CAROLINA
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Under and. by virtue ot the power
conferred upon me In a certatirfleed of
trust executed to me by R. M. Staun
ton and recorded In the office ot the
- Jtesteter of Deeds of Franklin County
in Book 224, page 54(T, I Will on
MONDAY, 12th DECEMBER, 1921
at twelve o'clock noon, sell at public
auction at the Courthouse door in
Loul8burg, N. C- to the highest bidder
for cash, the following described real
estate, to-wit: All the right, title and
interest of the satd R. M. Staunton
In a certain tract or parcel of land sit
County, State or worth Carolina, and
bounded aa tollows: On the North by
the lands of Ben Perry, on the Bast by
Hie lands of Jule Mcknight, on the
South by the lands of Molly Staunton,
and on the West by the lands of Ben
Hedgepeth, containing 175 acres, more
or less, being the tract of land where
on the said R. M. Staunton now re
sides, and being the same tract of land
devised to the said R. M. Staunton by
I. O. Staunton, deceased.
This the 10th day of November, 1921
11-11-St ^ Trustee.
FOR SALE?1 Ford Truck, 1 Horse, 1
Mule, 2 good Milch Cows, 1 Beet
Cow. Wm. D. Jack?on or M. S.
Clifton, Admr's. 10-2S i'
THE FRANKLIN TIMES
$1.50 Per Year In Advance.
Little tots will get out in the drafts
But the Perfection will provide instant heat?economically
And the Perfection is unusually
economical now for Aladdin Se
curity Oil costs only about half of
its former pricc.
Over a million families are econo
mizing on coal by heating their
homes selectively. They keep the
whole house warm with the regu
lar coal heater and use a Perfec
tion, "the portable radiator," to
make drafty halls, hay windows and
living rooms comfortable and safe.
The Perfection supplies heat in
stantly, just where you want it,
when you need it. No fuel waste,
easy to carry about. It is ornamen
tal and durable. It burns for 10
hours on a single gallon of kerosene.
Then, too, the Pcrfcction has a
score of practical uses in every
home, such as drying clothes on
rainy days, heating small amounts
of water, warming baby's milk.
Hardware, houM?furni?hln# and department
? tores tell the Perfection, l.et your dealer
explain it? sturdy construction end ?moke
leu wick adjustment.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Ash yonr dealer
about the Perfection
Oil Heater C?nte$t?
$5,000.00 in prit?i.
U t mkm
Having^naltfled as administrator of
the estate at?Kev. W. H. Long, deceas
?1 lat? ot Urfensboro, CulirorJ~Onm
or this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persona Indebted
to said estate will please mate imme
diate payment. This 8th day of No*.
1981. W. H. HESTER,
? 11 ll'St ? Administrator.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
?tender and by virtue of the power
contained in a deed ot trust executed
to me by Spenrer L. Parrlsh and wife,
: Ran lah V P. frUT. ^na amy recorded
In the office or the Register of Dee3s
of Franklin County in Book 193, page
257, I will on
MONDAY, 6th day of December. 1921
at about-tbe hour of noon sell at public
auction at the Courthouse door In
[Loulsburg, N. C. to the highest bld
dei fui cash ? ono halt undivided la.
terest in a cerialu tract nf lanH 1y1nK
and being in Cedar K Ck Township,
Fiankliu County. North Carolina. and
more particularly described and defin
ed as follows:
Bounded on the North by the lands
of Wllllanf Lancaster, on the East by
the lands ot James Bartholomew, on
the South by -the lands or Nick Bar
tholomew, and on the West by the
lands of O. W. Ford. containing 66
acres, more or less, and known as the
Josh Dorsey land, md being subject
to a life estate in (he said Josh Dorsey
This the 4th day of November, 1921-.
ll-4-5t m p?1?"?, Triinfnn,
NOTICE OF BALE.
Pursuant to the power given to the
undersigned Trustee In a deed ot trust
made By L. L. Whllakar and wife *du
D. Whitaker, dated January 21. H20.
and recorded in the office of the Itsg
lifer ot Deeds ot Franklin County In
book 236, pa?e 343, (default having
been made In the payment ot the in
debtedness thereby secured I the said
Trustee will offer for sale at the Court
house door In Loulsburg, N. C., at 13
o'clock noon, on '
MONDAY. DECEMBER 5th, 1931.
the following described tracts of land.
1st Tract. Beginning at m stake In
Whltaker's lin? near an old Walnut
tree, thence N 113 poles to a stake cor
ner of No. 4, thence N 87 W 7? poles M
Iks to a stake and old hickory pointers
~ i 'f "T lil m ||)|| IT Iks I? ?11 II 1i
Gill's Creek, thence along the 'old
Da Tit line (now Tom Harris itne)
about 3 4 1-2 W 20 pla 8 Iks to an old
sour wood In some rocks' thence S 35
1-2 E 31 -pis to the begiaaiBg, contain*
ing 34 acres more or less, being lot
which was allotted to Parne L. Al
lorU in the division of the R. H. Wynn
land by commissioners 4jTp6IBl6a' by
the court, as will appear by referenco
to book of Order & Decrees No. 10,
pages SS aud 89, office CSC Franklin
2nd Tract: Begin at a rock, corner
ot No. C in the Whitfield line, Ihsnce
N 2 1-3 K nH 12 Iks to a stake and
pointers, corner the Whitfield line,
theiire"-K-SO K18 pis 18 Iks to a stake
and pine, thence N 2 1-2 E 16 pis to a
stake, corner ot Whitfield land in the
Macon line, thence about N 87 W 29
pis t*> a sassafras, the Macon corner,
thence continuing N 63 pis 19 Iks to a
stake. 5 pis N corner Nos. 4 and 5,
thence S 55 pis to Kmake, cuiuei No.
6 in the Hue of No. 5, thence S 87 E 65
pis to the beginning, containing 24
acres more or less, being lot No. 7
which was allotted to Chas J. Winn In
the division of their father, R. H.
Wynn's estate, by .commissioners, as
shown in tract No. 1.
3rd Tract: Begin at a stake with
poplar and hickory pointers, corner of
No. 3 in Whltaker's line, thence S 2 1-2
W 77 pis to a stake and pointers In the
old Davis line, and in line of No. 5,
thence ? 87 E 68 pis to a stake. 5 pis
S of the corner of lots 7 and 8, thence
N 75 pis to a stake, corner of No. 8
In Dower line, thence N 86 W 66 pis to
the beginning, containing 31 3-4 acres,
being lot No. 4 allotted to R. W. Wynn
by commissioners, shown In tract No.
4th Tract: Beginning at a stake and
two pines ss pointers, WMtakera cor-,
ner in Whitfields line, thence N 2 1-2
E 64 poles 3 Iks to a rook and pointers,
corner lot No. 7 In Whitfield line,
thence N 87 W 65 pis to a stake, corn
er lot No. 7 In line of lot No. 5. thence
due S 63 pis to a stake, Whttakers line
near an old Walnut tree, thence 8 85
I-2 E 60 pis 6 Iks to the beginning, con
tajnlng 24 1-2 acres, more or less, be
ing lot No. 6 allotted to J. O. Wynn In
division, tract No. 1.
5th Tract: Begin at sassafras. Ma
con corner in line No. 7, thence N t 1-2
E 69 pis to s small post oak. near a
pine fore and aft tree, corner of Dower
thence N 86 W 67 pis 10 Iks' to a stake,
corner No. 4. thence due S 70 pis to a
stake, corner No. 7 In llns No. 4.
thence S 87 E 53 pis 10 Iks to begin
ning. containing 24 acres, more or leas
being lot No. 8 allotted to Suals A.
Wynn. see tract No. 1.
6th Tract: Begin st stake on W side
road leading from Rocky Ford to
Whltaker's store, L. L. Whttakers cor
?er near old school house, thence 8
2 1-2 W 317 cb? long W side of said
road to stake, corner T. H. Whitaker
thence 8 85 1-4 K 4125 cha to stake on
B side swamp In line old Wynn eatate,
thence N M 1-1 W along Wynn line to
a stake 3 ft. from hickory tree, said
Wynn corner In Whltaker's line,
thence N 85 1-4 W S? 5 chs along Whit
aker s line to beginning, containing
11 3-4 acres, book 227, page 83.
Terms ot sale. Cash.
II-4-5t A. M. SCALES, Trustee.
l! M Far Tsar la
Just some little thing going wrong, or a little care
lessness, causes most fires?then loss.
When you keep your valuables in your house they
are alway: a in DANGKK and~yffg fret and worry all the
Our Safety Deposit Boxes were made to PROTECT
mm yghttbteg ???<! tn tiF.T.TF.VV, ynn nf tliia worry and
loss. Come in and rent one.
WE WILL WELCOME YOU.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LOUISBURG, N. C.
" Member uf Ilia Federal Raoervo gyotom ___
F. B. McKinne, President F. J. Beasley, Cashier
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $88,000.00
Suit Cases and Traveling
Heed a suit case or traveling bag?if so, buy now?
there is a most enticing state of luggage price affairs
today?we sav ed in tb* buying of many lines ot most
dependable suit cases and traveling bags, and we give
you the opportunity to do likewise?you expect to take
a trip sooner or later?anticipate your needs now in
these lines?you can make a great saving.
W. L White Furniture Company
Louisburfc, N. C.
R. F. Fuller
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Harnos for Ml?, at tka rtgkt /
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R. F. FULLER
SALE or REAL. ESTATE.
Under and by Ttrtue of the power
contained In a certain dead of trust
executed to me by Mrs. ruti? Parry
and recorded In tba office of tbe Rex
later of Ileedi of Franklin County In
Book 134, pace ISO, I will on
MONDAY 1Kb of DECEMBER, 1M1
at tba boar of noon. Mil at public
auction at tbe Courthouae door In
Uralatmrs, N. C. to the highest bid
der for caah. a certain tract or parcel
of land situated In Franklin County,
Lou tabu rg Township, SUt* of North
Carolina, and described as follows:
Tba part of tba bona timet of land of
tba said Mrs. Pattle Parry, deceased,
which ll?a on th? Booth ot tha Mill
Path. containing twalva acraa, nor*
or laaa, and bain? th* part daacrlbad
of th* land which waa drrtaad to th*
aald Mra. Pa t ti? Parry by bar moth
er. Bmlllna Joynar, daoaaaad, and ad
joining lb* landa of Hanry May on
th* South, A. S. Moor* on th? Kaat,
Thla tha Sth day ot Norambar, IMi.
w. D. COLUBR. Tmataa.
W. H. Yarboroujh, Atty. fl-ll-tt
TH* FRANKLIN TDM
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