North Carolina Newspapers

    W AWHVAL STATB*B?iT OF RALAKY ?UND
ttkClHt; f?r period betduaiug Dee. 1, IHu and ruiliu? M of. So, 1W1 |
?konlnif Bflual-TrrrliilK and dlaburceaaeiiti)..
' ;
uat deposited CSC Fees and Coras ? $370 23"!
Up*deposited Sheriff Fees etc 102.77 i
AlttMUposlted R of D Fees M License etc ? 130. -tO |
amt pd U A Kearney salary - 262.50
Kttt pd J J Barrow salary . .. - 21fl.fi;
M?K pd S fc Holdeii salary . .. 21?;.07
$0?r..S4 ?'jli.'jo
o amt on deposit carried-to Jan. 1921 220.0?J
~nif _ ;; " - ? i?i3.5o ms.*"?
,
r amt on deposit brought tium Dec 1!*20 - $??>'. W j
>y amt deposited R or 1) Fees and Coins ? -17.Ml!
/ amt deposited C S C Fees aud Coin* - --- 072.04
f aint deposited by Sheriff Fees eti: ?? 43.2') j
| i ant pd H A Kearney ?alary 202.5"
l ?? pd J J Barrow sulnry ? - Zi.6_.tlL ,
3 C H i >1(1 i'n s;i III ry . I1;.1;1.' [
' " $61)5.82 $1.10
.0femt on deposit carried to Fel> 457.2S
?I.IVM'1
?on deposit In ought from Jnn
f Ult deposited CSC Fees and Com
f >M1 deposited. It ut D Km.? i ti1
by atnt deposited Sheriff Fees etc
tTT A Kearney-salary -
o amt pd J J Barrow salary 216.5?!
o amt pd S C Holden salary 210.60
fci/rt MU5.S2
to amt od deposit carried to March . 087.70
31.3S3.53 $1,33
0*7
by amt on deposit brought froro-Feb
l?y ami deposited CSC Fees and Comis
frf deposited Sheriff Pccn ? f ? - .''; ? Vi_
by,amt deposited by K of D Fees etc?
tO amt pd H A Kearney salary 202 50
IK Em pH T T. Palmer rii?p CSC salary 12"..0? -
MtBtpdj J Barrow salary 210.07
to amt piTW N Fuller dep' SherTfT'salary Im.VI
to apt pd S C Holden salary 210.67
to ant pd Gladys Vlck dep R of D salary S3.:'3
$1.054.17 $1.331.33
I to amt on deposit carried tn April -- 277.04
$1.331. S3
it on deposit brought from March
^deposited CSC. Fees ami Coins
r amt deposited R of D Fees etc
at deposited Sheriff Fees etc
t-pd- H A Keftrney iwliiui
at pd W N Fuller dep Sheriff salary 150.00
i to amt pd J J Barrow salary 210.00
| to amt pd J L Palmer dep C S C salary 125.00
I to amt pd S C Holden salary 210. 0C
k ta amt pd Gladys Vlck dep R of I) salary , {? 3". l;:i
. $1.054.15 $1,233.27
20 to amt on deposit carried to May?__i 1<?.12
-fi
Sl.233.27$1,233.27
amt on deposit brought from April
I amt pd H A Kearney salary 202.5!)
-N Fuller liep Sheriff mtlnry 15ii ii.1
raw salary _ _1 ii. un
2 (? amt pd J L Palmer dep CSC salary 125.00
lu amt pd S C Holden salary 210.00
2tpamt pd Gladys Vick dep R of I> salary.-. >3.83
S by amt deposited CSC Fees aud Corns
S by amt deposited Sheriff Fees and Com on tax
TTTfr am deposited R of 1> fry,.? o.r
. i amt on deposit carried to June S.5&7.63
Jisr ?
$1.051.15 $4,0,"i I.
M,051.73 $4,051.7
fl by amt on deposit brought from May
at by amt deposited CSC Fees and Corns
1? f by amt deposited Sheriff Fees etc :
v by amt deposited R of D Fees-ete-^
amt pd H A Kearney salary - 262.50
to amt pd W N Fuller dep sheriff salary 150.00
*.tto amt pd J J Barrow salary 216.67
ie 6 to amt pd J L Palmer dep CSC salasy 125.00
amt pd S C Holden salary .. 216.67
I* ? to amt pd Gladys Vlck dep K of U salary ' S3.34
jfbii.'
$1.054.18 $4.271.70
HTM to amt on deposit carried to July 3.217.55
$1,271.7! $4,271.7::
jlby amt on deposit brought from June? .i.217.50
i \ to amt pd k A Kearney salary-, 262.50
[4 to amt pdWN Fuller dep Sheriff salary 150.00
r 4 to amt pd J J Barrow salary 215.fc6
I'* tc> amt pd J L Palmer dep C S C salary ' 12.' .00
I 4'to amt pd S C Holden salary_* i 216.66
I to amt pd Gladys Vick dep R of O salary-, S3.H3
> by amt deposited CSC Fees and Corns I.V?. 05
i By amt deposited R of D Fees etc 192.15
i by amt deposited Sheriff Fees etc 216.76
$1.054.15 ' $3.885.51
Jy 31 to amt on deposit carried to August 2.S.11 .36
*1 .< $3,885.51 $3,8X5.51
amt on deposit brought from July : 2.83L. 36
T amt pd H A Kearney salary < 262.50
i amt pd W N Fuller dep Sheriff salary I50.no
i amt pd J J Barrow salary 21fi r.fi
to amt pd J L Palmer dep CSC salary. 125.0"
txo amt pd S C Holden salary 216.66
_L"to amt pd Gladys V Perry dep R of D salarv__ 83.33
i/by amt deposited CSC' Fee? and Com 14*2.17
[1 by amt deposited R of D Feea etc i:t!!.K0
|by amt deposited Sheriff Fees etc 203.SO
$1.054.15 J*.::ii).i
1 to amt on deposit carried to September 2.255.fs
$3,310.13 J3.3I0.I3
M by amt on deposit brought from August . 2.255. 98
4 J by amt deposited CSC Fees and Corns.-. 156.65
It to amt pd H A Kearney salary 262.50
t 6 to amt pd W N Fuller dep Sheriff salary 150 . no
i to amt pd J J Barrow salary i 216 .67
i to amt pd J L Palmer dep CSC salary 1 ? I25.00
i to amt pd S C Holden salary 216 . 67
i to,amt pd Gladys V Perry, dep R of D salary^. 83.34
1 by MPt deposited Sheriff Fees etc: 74.33
I by amt deposited R of D Fees etc ' 110.?5
$1.054.18 $2.5117.91
| tO WBt or deposit named to October 1.543.73
$2.597.91 $2.597. ?1
/
I by amt on deposit brought from September 1.543.73
to Mat pd H A Kearney salary. 262.50
|| tc amt pd W N Fuller dep Sheriff salary^i^" 150.00
It to amt pd 3 J Barrow salary 1 ?? V 216.66
It to amt pd iXi Palmer dep CSC salary ,125.00
11 to UK pd S C Hbldeit Ml4ry 216.66
(CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT)
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?*ALS OPI.ANlJ
T*nd?'"r and ~!?y VTi ;iit- ni' the r.ower
and authority contained in that dew!
ol U* -??; K'*vs wlW- h j H. t; i j i.ihu and
wife to lk;n T Hohien. Trustee on the
-till tmy vi Juiuiuxyi U'lilL which is du
ly recorded in iht> oiTice'ot the itegis?"
ter of Deeds cf FranKliu County 1*11
ISook -84 pagT5~4tn (tvTiTTT!THaving neen
mn^crjn the payment of tho note se
cured...! hereby and demand made up
on me by the bobbers to "I'orwhw in I
accordance wiih t ho* terms and pro
vision* therein. 1 will sell at public I
: t? 1?? t i o 11 to the highest- bidoer for cash
at the Courthouse doto* iti Franklin
County, on
MONDAY, J'KDVirAllV 20. 1022
at ]2 o'clock M. that tract or parcel
of laud situate in KraukUnton Town
ship. I'r'.ukiiti County. North Carolina
and described as follows: x
Mounded on the North by the lands
of i. J!. Kearney 'formerly Mrs. El
lon Pea reel 0? the Kast by the Sea
board Air Line Railway, oil the South
by the estate of George Winston dee'd,
and on t ho-West by I. H. Kearney
formerly S. O. Ttlackley) containing
VJfi acres more or les^ <?ml being the
*fi ds owned by Anthony Cooke dee'd
at the t inn; of his death. The said ii.
1?. Cooke being il son and lieir at law
of the said Anthony C00K0 dee'd and
as such is the owner of and entitled
to a ono-nitrh CMD nndivi/'e:! inter
est ia and to said !an?\ .
This the loth : .? r. 11*22.
1-20-iit I1KN T .X, Trustee.
. LAND
! nd'*virtue of the power
and ? y contained in that deed
1 if trusi executed by J. Henry Cooke
inb wit? to Men T. Hoiden, Trustee,
1 mi tfi*> 20th day of October 1!>19? wMeh
is duly recorded in t ho office of the
Uegister of Deeds of i raiikiln County
in 15ook 22? pago 288, ilerault having
been made in the payment ^>r the note
secured thereby and demand made up
on nte b>' t bo holders to foreclose in
accordance with the lernis and pro
visions therein, I will sell at public
j.'iuction to the highest bidder for cash
at th? Courthouse door in Franklin
('olltltv, Oil
MONDAY. FKIIRCAKY 20. 1022
at 12 o'clock NT. that tract or parcel
of bind sit nato In Franktinton Town
ship. Franklin County, North Carolina
and described as follows:
Hounded on I lie north by the lands
of Mrs. RfWl Fenrce, on the east by
the Seaboard Air LI110 Hallway, on
jthe MHith by tho CJeorgo Winston es
Jtate. and 011 tho west by the 8. C.
; Ltlacklcy lands containing 125 acre?,
j more or leqs and being I he 'and? o wil
led by Anthony Cooke at ta? time of
hi* death and which descended to hi?
children as heirs at law of which J.
Henry Cooke Is one and entitled to a
j chillis part or share thereio, the In
terest and estate descending to him
being a one ninth (1-9) undivided In
terest.
This the 18th day of Jan. 1922.
1-20-5t U1?N T IlOhDUN, Trustee.
COMES
300,000 Innocent and helpless
Children War* Ravaged"
Europe Face Starvation "
and Death
"We must not step aside and permit the spectre of death, in the form of hunger and
told, to haunt these helpless ones this winter jet we cannot continue without help.
No one knows better than I do the many home burdens of our own people, but I be
iieve thjJt we can care for our own and still protect these forlorn victims of war. Upon
their development will depend much or Eur pe's ^lability in the next generation, ancT
it is for us to say whether they"are to aurvi"e or to be left to die"or become unfit for a
vseful part in the future. This is a charge upon the AMERICAN heart, and AMERI
CA cannot fail in her solicitude for these little one?."
HERBERT HOOVER.
SUPPOSE THESE WERE YOUR PEOPLE. FOR WHAT ARE THEY WAITINGS
FOOD OR DEATH. WHICH WOULD YOU WISH THEM?
An Investment in Human Lif
V- r?
HUNDREDS OF THOUSAND OF CHILDREN IN WAR-STRICKEN EUROPE
FACE STARVATION AND DEATH. -AMERICAN GENEROSITY MUST
SAVE THEM. HOW MANY LIVES WILL THE GOOD PEOPLE _
- - - OF LOUISBURG SAVE?
SUPPOSE your mother, father, sister, or brother had been clubbed over the head, or
slashed with a sabre, the very least you would want would be bandages for their
wounds
" Little Graves By The Hundred Thousand Unless
Help Comes Qqickl
Over 300,000 children in Eastern and Central Euiope face starvatioh\between now
and next Spring harvest. Little tots-?300,000 of them. The mind cannbtvgrasp such
figures. If this number of children were to march four abreast in close marbiunar qV
derln army stride, the formation would reach from Deroit to New York, and would
take over fifteen years to pass a given point.
IT IS A CHILD'S RIGHT JO LIVE:
WHAT IS IT'S LIFE WORTH?
SUPPOSE your entire family, your old, fesble parents, your grandparents had been
lasely mistreated?were in rags?hungry?sick?destitute?you would want them
to get enough to keep alive.
t
North Carolina's Quota $100,000
LOUISBURG'S Quota $500
We Mast Raise It fJbd We Will.
STARTS FEB. 6th, EMS SATURDAY, FEB. I2th.
Mrs. F. B. McKinne, Ch'mn.
Mrs. W. E. White, Treas.
Mr. M. S. Clifton.
Mr. F. A. Roth.
COMMITTEE.
(THIS SPACE DONATED BY T. A. ROTH)
    

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