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tha alp.?Graanrttle Plaamont.
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Takim; Taular
"By giving Tan lac a fair trial I (Of
rtd of eleven years suffering and bAVe
gained forty pounds In weight," said
Baxxell, 917 Bell St., Montgomery,
for thirty years a valued em
ployee of tbe Montgomery Cotton
Mills.
"I had Indigestion, rheumatism.' dis
ordered liver and constipation and suf
fered until I hardly expected to ever
be 'Veil again. My appetite finally
left me entirely, and my wife found my
dinner bucket Just as full when I came
home as when she Axed It In the morn
ing. Por weeks at a time I was an
able to strike a Hck of work and my
back hurt tne-ao batH lust had to walk
all bent over. Rheumatism got in
my arms and ankles, and my arms
bad I couldn't ereu tie my
shoe string.
t hi my third bottle of Tan lac I no
ticed an Improvement and today I am
as well in every way as I ever was in
my life. It's been fourteen months
since Tanlac set me rtght. and I have
been eating and everytnlng agrees
with me so fine I have been feeling
fine ever since."
"Tanlac Is sold by leading drUfc
glsts everywhere." Adv.
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
Under and by virtue of the power
contained in a deed of trust executed
Elsie m. wmtaker and duly recorded
in- the office ot the Register ot Deeds
of Franklin County n Book 224, page
485. default having been made in Ue
payment of the note secured thereby,
and demand having been made upon
me by the holder of said note, I will on
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1922
at about the hour of noon, sell at pab
lic auction at the Courthouse door hi
Loulsburg, North Carolina. to the high
est bidder for cash, all the right, title
and interest of the said W. C. Whlt
aker and wife Elsie H. Whitaker in a
certain tract cr parcel of land situate
In Hayesville Township. Franklin Coun
ty. North Carolina, and described as
follows:
Bounded on the North by the lands
o: Gobe Blacknall and J. R. Brodle.on
the East ty the lands of Hlllard Cooke
and L. L. Whitaker on the South by
the lands of Mrs. A. M. Molze on the
containing one hundred and ninety-?!*
acres, more or less, and being the
l.indo conveyed to tlw ta;d W. C. TVhlt
aker by T. H. Whitaker and wife by
deed recorded in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds of Franklin County, to
which deed reference is hereby mad
tor a more detailed description of the^
said fra' f of land.
Also all their right, title and interest
in and to the property o-rrned by T. H
Whitaker at the time of his death as
devised to the said W. C. Whitaker bv
will At said T. H. Whitaker recorded
in the office of the Clerk of the Super
ior Court of Franklin County in BcoV
of Wills W. page 91, or as ac quired by
said W. C. Whitaker as heir at lr?
?iid distributee ot said T. H. Whit
laker. the same consisting in part ot
the.residence of the sa:d T. H. Whit
aker, the Ballard store building, the
Black bouse lot, all in the town -ot
Frankllnton, said Connry?and State,
and the inerest of the said W. C.
Whitaker In the proceeds of the sale
directed to be made or said property
Ity the will of said T. H. Whitaker.
This the 23rd day or Jan., 1922.
This is a resale on account of the
raising of the highest bid made at the
last sale as allowed by law.
W. H. YARBOitOUGH.
l-27-2t Trustee.
TUCKER'S
CAFE
Main Street
LOUISBURG, N.C.
I have Just opened a Brat class
Cafe In tke old 'Neal building
and am prepared to famish
meals at all hoara, and the
beat the market affords.
Ice Cream S cents a cone.
Soft Drinks, etc.
Prices reasonable, service
the best.
J. C. TUCKER
Proprietor
To Stop * Co?in Quick (
taka HAYES' HEALING /HONEY. ?
madtdne which utoor tha cou(h by
tie Inflaned >Ddjn<tated iis<uaa.
A box of GltoVEy O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Che^ Ooldt. Haad OolcU nod
th every bo?!'' of
i>hfa
throat
Cr<?Pk
Qronp la
HA YKS"
k roar drafgkrt for HAVES'
HEALING HONEY.
Million Packets Of
Flower Seeds Free
We believe In flowers around the
homes of the South. Flower? brighten
up the home Hurrouniiinxa and give
pleasure and satisfaction to those who
have them.
We have filled more than a million
" "packets of seeds, of beautiful yet
easily grown flowers to be given to
our customers this spring.
Wouldn't you like to have five
packets of beautiful flowers , tree T
YOU CAN GET THEM! Hastings
1928 catalog is a 100-page handsomely
Illustrated seed book full from cover
to cover of truthful descriptions and
illustrations of vegetables, flowers and
farm crops. It Is full of helpful gar
den, flower and farm information that
la needed In every Southern home,
and. too, the catalog tells you how to
get these flower seeds absolutely free.
Write for our 1922 catalog now. It
la the finest, most valuable and beau
tiful seed book ever published, and
yoji will be mighty glad you've got It.
There Is no obligation to buy any
thing. Just ask for the catalog, and
It will come by return mall.
H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN,
ATLANTA, GA.
TAKE NOITCE
By virtue of power In a deed of trust
executed by W. E. Kearney, July 12th
1920, of Record in Franklin County In
book 232 at page 48 I will sell at the
courthouse door In Henderson, N. C.,
on Monday. Feb. 20th, 1922, at twelve]
o'clock, to the highest bidder for cash.
the three tracts of land therein des- i
crlbed, being located In Vance and
Franklin counties adjoining the lands
of William Dlckerson, W. H. Smith.
Fanny 8tainback, June Smith and J.
W. Hedgepeth containing Jointly 89. S5
acres, see deeds recorded book 229
page 302. Franklin County.
This 16th day of January. 1922.
l-20-5t J. C. KITTRELJj, Trustee.
No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worm* but u un
healthy color, which imlwatrs poor bkxn. and an a
rate, t her? is more or^feM (KomaOrdisturbance
GROVE S TA.STEI.fS.y-hm HINJCCilreo renularlr
far two or three weefcA will etkpA the blood. im
pauxa the digestion, ami act (iencral StrenSth
?ntafl Tonic to the wtioie Nature will t hen
throw off or dispel me vrani*, and theChlld wlii oe
to perfect health. Plejjant to lake. GOc per bottle.
FORECLOSURE SALE OF FISHER
IES STOCK.
By virtue and In pursuance ol the
power of sale conferred hy that cer
tain note made by Benj. B. Sykes to
Dub Jeffrey8. dated Aug. 19. ItMSO. up
cn which the capital stocjc of the Fish
erfes Products Co., of Wilmington,
N. C. was placed as collateral, de
fault having been made In the pay
ment ot said debt and tne power to
sell having become absolute at either
rrivate or public sale by the terms of
said note, the undersigned will, on
SATURDAY. JANUARY 28. 1922
it being the last day of the January
Term of Franklin Superior Court, at
the noon recess of Court, at the court
house door, in Louisbur?, N. C., of
fer for sale to the highest bidder at
public auction, for cash, the following:
6 shares of the Preferred Stock of
the Fisheries Product Co. of the par
value of $100 each.
12 shares of the Common Stock of
the Fisheries Product Co., of the par
value ot $10.00 each.
This Jan. 13. 1922.
BOB JEFFREYS. Payee.
Wm. H. & Thos. W. Ruffln,
Attorneys. l-13-2t
The above sale was continued by
consent of all parties to Monday, Feb
ruary 6th, y922 at about noon. This
Jan. 28th, 1922.
BOB JEFFREYS. Payee.
Wm. H. & Thos. W. RulTln,
Attorneys. _ 2-3-11
Louisburg Repair Shop
J. LEH3I.IX, Proprietor
Next Door to J. W. Perry, ruder
FonTs Warehouse
LOl'ISBl'BG, JT. C.
Where you can hare your Shoes
repaired Better and Cheaper, and
Quicker. Work done while yon
wait. Beat Leather used. Erery
Job GUARANTEED.
Ladies Soles, Sewed 85e
Men's Soles Sewed II.M
SEE US AND SAVE MONET.
LOUISBURQ REPAIR SHOP
Julias Tollman Proprietor
R. F. Fuller
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R. F. FULLER
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TRAPPERS
I will pay you higher prices for
your furs than anybody in
FRAITKLIN COUNTY.
- See me before you sell. -
Remember too, a fall line of fancy groceries.
Yours for buisness,
M. C. Murphy
South Main St. ' * Phone 295-L
Power
HOT ALL MEN USE PICKS
and SHOVELS when they want
to level a mountain.
SOME OF THEM USE THEIR
BRAOTS.
Take a leaf out of Nature'? book of experience,
and apply the intensive force of a powerful
stream of water directed right at the hill that
stands in the way of Public Improvement. *
THERE IS A GREAT POINT IN THIS, whei
considering the AGENCY in which to place your
INSURANCE.
T. W. WATSON'S INSURANCE AGBNCY en
ables yon to apply POWER where it will most
rarely accomplish the desired result.
AS THE BIG STREAM OF WATER CUTS
THROUGH THE SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN,
So the KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE and SER
VICE ?f THIS AGENCY, enables the ASSURED
to CUT THROUGH FINANCIAL DIFFICUL
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When Yoa Think of INSURANCE THINK
OF
WATSON(
Pianos,
Phonographs,
,1 ?p
Player Pianos,
We have a number of these instruments on
hand that we are offering at Big Bargain-Prices for
Cash. They are all new instruments and of the
best makes. Don't buy until you see them.
We are still saving our customers big money
on their purchases. Let us assist you to econo
mize.
c. c.
(WIDE-AWAKE MERCHANT)
LOnSBCBG, ' " . SOUTH CABOLPfi
^UIHBFR
HARDWAW
BUIPIN9MATERIAJ.
com;-' i-aim rs
? It Pays To Get It At
RAY'S
Quality?Price?Service
We Have a Complete Line of
Valentines
Prices
From 1-2 to 35 Cents.
Do not disappoint your boy or
girl friend on
ST. VALENTINES DAY
February 14, 1922
S. P. BODDIE, RECEIVER.
Aycock Drug Co.
    

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