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New Reliable Merchandise Priced
All witol Blankets, large size, heavy and warm; value
$12.5?X Bargain Price $8.98
New Tissue Gingham, embroidered and plain?chcks,
unH gnllrla,?Fast -eolorr -Handsome ~
and durable. Price, the yawl > 50c
Npw Kimnna Hrppp in very pretty designs; fast colors.
Price, the yard .... ........ 29c
Best grade heavy Outing Flannel in both light and
dark. solids~and stripes. Price, the yard 15c
Good weight, solid color Outing Flannel. Price the yard.. 15c
Bath Pugs. Price each % .$6.00
40-inch Unbleached Sheeting. Price, yard ..." . 15c
Apron Giaghams, in pink, yellow, green, lavender,
blue and back checks. Price, the yard 10c
32-inch Dress Ginghams, in pink, blue and lavender
Big table of yorcbwide fast- color Percale in dark pat- *
terrs: 32-inch Dress Ginghams, in various colors and
designs. Price the yard .... ? .'25c
New Dress Ginghams of extra smooth texture; black,
blue and pink checks, plaids, solid blues and laven
der; fast colors. Price, the yard 25c
32-inch extra durable Knickerbocker itomper (Jloth, in
wide variety of solids and stripes. Price, the yard...... 19c
32-inch new fast color Percale, in checks and figures,
etc. Good weight. Price, theyard-r ...25c
32-inch Ginghams and Romper Cloth, new checks,
stripes and plaids; fast color. Price the yard 25c
Amoskeag 32-inch fine Dress Ginghams, Madras Shirt
ing, best grade Romper Cloth, pretty Cotton Crepe
in golids-of rose, white, yellow and blue. Price, the yard.. 25c
Striped Percale for Shirting, 36 inches wide. Colors
fast. Price the yard .'. 25c
the Most Noise
- Louisburg's Quality OepartmentJtore
7" F. W. WHELESS, Proprietor^
Corner Market and Nash Streets LOUISBURG, North Carolina
200 Cents To
Spend It Here
So far, the Swiss government hps
made no protest on the naval ratio.
Having qualified as Executor of the
estate of Alex Gales, deceaseds late ot
Eranldin County; notice Is hereby glv
an all persons holding c?alms against
his estate to present them to the un
dersigned qn or before the 27th day
of January, 1923r or this notice will
be plead In bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please come forward and make imme
diate se ttlement. This Jan 26, 1922.
l-27-6t L. B. PERRY JR.. Extr.
MORTGAGE SALE OF VALUABLE
DESIRABLE DWELLING AND
STORE AT LAUREL,, ?. C.
By virtue of the power of sale con
tained In that certain dee (I of trast
made by Mr?. Mattle E. Williams, Hod
March 26, 1917, and recorded in Frank
lin Registry in Book 210, page 221, de
fault having been made in the payment
gle Williams and W. K. a. Williams,
to Wm. H. Ruffln, Trustee; dated
of the debt thereby secured, and de
mand for foreclosure having been
made by the holde' of said debt upon
?aid trustee, the undersigned will, on
MONDAY, DECEMBER Z6. 1921,
at about the hour of noon, at the Court
house door In Loulaburg, N. C., offer
for sale at publie auetion, to the high
est bidder, for cash, the property in
said deed of trust conveyed and there
described as follows: ....
Situate in Sandy Creek Township,
at Laurel and mor? particularly de1
fined as follows: Beginning at a Post
oak on the West side ot Laurel and
Centerville road; thence along said
road 110 yards to a stake; thence in a
'Southwest direction 250 ySrds to a
Whiteoak. Church corner; thence along
Church line to the beginning, contain
ing 2 1-2 acres, more or less, upon
which there is situate a dwelling
house and outhouses, and a store
This November 25, 1921. /
11-25-at WM. H. RUFFIN. Trustee.
The above sale was continued by
consent of the makers and holders, to
Monday, January 9th, 1922, at 12
12-30-2t W. H. RUFFIN, Trustee.
The above sale was continued by
consent ot all parties to Monday, Jan
uary 23rd, 1922 at about noon. This
Jan. 9th, 1922.
l-13-'t W. H. RUFFIN, Trustee.
The above sale was continued by
consent of all parties to Monday, Jan
uary 30th, 1922 at about noon. This
Jan. 23rd, 1922. ?
1-27-lt W. H. RUFFIN, Trustee.
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To My Friends and
I kara ]i(t gottMi la a lot of hardware, ntk aa plow fltlln*? or
ur pie?? for joar plow hira?M. Alto a lot of ikonli and fork?,
la f*et Most aajthlafr 70a ne?d to work with. I am ffolag to Mil
ttll 11ae eloio. 1 have a hi* liar of teed aid Iffd staff? on hand all
tlH ttae, and will Bioet coaip?tltloa on aajthla? for Um> Caah.
I Mi ctm aalllBK Sho?f.
? ??vit ? 1 1 Youtb truly,
PifflSWWIi.' "*f r. '/
J. W. PERRY
SEVEN l'ATHS SEWS.
Miss Rhoda Sykes spent last we?fk
"With her brother, Mr. Moses Sykes.
?Mica Maggie At ford 'entertained a
number of friends in honor of her cou
sin. Miss Annie Wilder, or Baltimore
last Thursday night.
Mias (iliulys ani Virginia Wilder
spent last Saturday nlgot with Miss
Beatrice Sykes. Thfiy reported a
very )leasant trib>.
Miss Grace Moore gave a dance at
her home last Tuesday nlgnt. Quite
a large crowd attended ana all report
ed a good time.
Miss Lillian Sykes entertained a
crowd last Saturday night In honor ol
Miss Rhoda Sykes.
Miss Bettle Moore, who bas been in
the hospital for a while, has returned
home and is mending fast.
On the night of Dec. 30th, 1921, we
went to the school building and rung
out the old year and rung m the new
As we have a number of new neigh
bors tn our community, we went
around and serenaded them last Thurs
day night. -
The girls from our community who
hare been attending school at Justice
appreciated the three days vacation
given on account of Scarlet fever.
We are trying to raise enough mon
ey to buy a Volley ball outfit for the
Misses Mabel Edwards and Edith
Duke spent last Wednesday night
with Virginia Wilder.
The pictures were fine last Wednes
day night. There was also a large
crowd out and excellent music wad
given by onr band. After the plctup
ea we played games under the leader
ship of Miss Alexander. We always
appreciate a big crowd as we fell be
hind la onr attendance during the
summer and we are trying to pull up
oar average. Be sure to attend our
next regular meeting as we always
have good pictures and good music.
Mesar s. Vaughan and Jones, from
Nashville, were visitors here Sunday.
Church services were held Satur
day and Sunday. We have a fine Pas
tor and had excellent service? both
days. . ?
Quite a number Of young people vis* '
lted Miss Olennle Wilder on Sunday
Misses Neal and Powell seem to
keep our school In steady progress.
We are hoping to have a larger at
tendance this year than ever before.
_ V. D. W.
A Rat Breeds ?to 10 Tines a Tear, At
erasing Ten Tonng to a I.ltter.
Remember this, act as soon as you
see the first rat. Oet a pkg. of HAT
BNAP. It's a sure rat and mire de
stroyer. It's convenient, comes 1q
cake form, no-mixing. Mummifies rat
after killing?leaves no smell. Cats
or dogs won't tonch It. Three sizes
35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed
by Allen Bros. Co. and Aycoclc
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We Wish to Thank
... Our ...
Many Friends and Customers
For their liberal patro
nage during the past
Fall and hope to be of
more service to you in
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Tour Clothes Cleaned and Pressed
At Reasonable Prices.