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The Attenttoa of iht Udi? of Franklin County
Is Directed to the Following Big Bargain Prices:
All wool Blankets, large siae, heavy and warm; value
$1:150. Bargain Price ?_ - ^8-98
New ninj^arr1! <*mhrr>idered and plain?eheks,
plaids, stripe?: and solids. Fast eolor. Handsome
and durable- Price, the yard 80?
New Kimona Crepe in very pretty designs; fast colors.
_ Pi k?, tiie yard ' ? jf
dark- solids and stripes. Price, the yard 15c
Good weight, solid color Outing Ftamiel. Price the yard.. 16o ?
Raih Price each . , . r j . , .... ? -$6.00
40-inch Unbleached Sheeting. PriW^yard -... 15c
Apron Ginghams, in pink, yellow, green, lavender,
-blue and back checks. Prioe, the yard 10c
32-imh Dress Ginghams, in pink, bine and lavender
checks. Price, the yard i 25c
Big table of yord-wide fast coltrr Percale in dark pat
terrs: 32-inch Dress Ginghams, in Varions colors and
designs. Piire the ??rti 7.77... ;-T7 25c?
Xew DressGinghams of extra smooth texture; black,
blue and pink checks, plaids- solid blues and laven
deiT fast colore. Pnoe, the yard r. 7. 25c ~
32-;nch extra durable Knickerbocker Romper Cloth, in ^ -
wide variety of solids and stripes. Price, the yard19c
32-ineh new fast color Percale, in checks and figures,?
etc, tkxxl weight, J*pe*r<htyard 25c
32-inch Ginghams and'Romper Cloth, hew checks,
. gtnres 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 svlid;- of rv^-. ?hite. \ elhm and blue.?Price- the y&l~d. 25c?
Striped Percale for Shirting, 36 inches wide. Colore
fasi. Price the yard .... ? 25c
Hundred? of men select their "suita and overcoats here. Rut the
man of prompt action gets the best selection.
DonTput off till the last moment what yon ran pat on-this
ute. . The wide ranee of
Suite and Overcoats
that we are now showing makes selection easy and satisfaction
Every garment is the last word in correctness. Eloquence of
style is supplemented by Bficfgfiiioii of contour Quality of fabric is
emphasized by the character of pattern.
It is such suits and overcoats as these that a man takes pride in
the Most Kois?
F. W. WHELESS, Proprietor
Corner Markei and NasITStreets L0U1SBURG, North Carolina
200 Centa To
Spend It Horo
gnopp; nsi-w <>1 f LAND
Brwinn ol the power ot
t?inCTl fa Dm certain deed of trust
Bide bv Mrs. Fannie Ciiapfcun to *?
H- RnffTa Trustee, dated Ju. 1. ljcn
ud recorded in tie Registry oTTriaS
lln County in Book Si ??5? 1??. de
taaIt hlTinf been mid? in tk? j?y
of the debt thereby secared mad
tor luitUmw S?r5n?ar
1 on said trustee by tie holder of
debt, the undersigned wilL on
MONDAY. FEBRUAR1 37. 1?;
at about the hoar ot noon at ths Coart
boase door in Lonisburg. X. C. oCer
ter sale at pablic anetioc. to the higi^
est bidder for cash the prvfcerry in said
deed of trat conveyed and Uwn des
cribed as follows:
Beginning at a stone on the road
leading from W. T. Dean's to Ce<?ar
Rock chnrrh; thence along th* road
X 1 1-Id K 71 chains; therce X I 1-Id
W t .TJ chains, thence N ts S-td E l it
chains to a stone on the rtght side of
road la C. T. Stota*' nae; theace
l?a?ln the road X Sid n a. S ckafcxs
to a large Pine. Stokes conker , thews
X ?d K n m chains to
o? oM pond to a stone %nd Pop
. tx- as?S I ;ckpa!ip pornters, W. T.
Lxii v cv xer; thence S 3S l-2d W
At:as to a stone and pointers.
TT T. i> .:_*s corner ; thence S SO l-2d
Trn.a < j'ns to the beginning, con
'U,?i;ng 1(4 acres, more or less.
?nas Jan. 27, 1S22.
:-37-5i W. H. RCFFLN. Trustee.
R*T-K OP LAND
r?fcr *?d by virtue of the power
ui ?ithorKT contained in that deed
of tr?st executed by Florence B. |
? Coc*e (widow) to Ben T. Holden.
Trmstte. on the lath day of March
11J1S. which is duly recorded In the
1'??5ce of the register of deeds of Frank
tis ccuty in Book 124. page 89. de
fault fearing been made in the pav
;wk of the notes thereby secured and
jitciid made upon me by the holder
<y njd none to foreclose in accordance
wfch the terms and provisions therein
I will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash at the
door in Franklin County,
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1922
M IS o'clock M- that tract or parcel of
h Franklin Coonty, North Car
the North by the lands
ueaed by Mr?. Ellen Peer re,
I. H. Kearney, on the East by
Hs>u?i< Air Line Railway, on the
South by the late G. W. Wirfston lands
now Mrs. Bettie D. Utley'B. Unci ou
the West by the K. P. BlatKiey lands,
fT.iilji.iinf; nnc hnnrtro/l oad twenty_
-fixe (1JS) acres, more or lesa and be
. ins that tract of laud ot which An
? hony Cooke dic-d seized. A two
[ninths interest being conveyed which
consists ot the one-ninth Interest
vhlch descended, to Florence B. Ccoke
| as a child and heir at law of Anthony
! B. Cooke and one-ninth interest pur
chased from P. S. Allen and wife by
This the 25th day of Jan. 1922.
1-17-51 BEN T. HOLDEN, Trustee.
Having qualified as Executor of the
estate of Alex Gales, deceased, late of
Franklin County, notice Is hereby giv
en all persons holding calms against
his estate to present them to the un
dersigned on or before the 27th day
of January. 1923, 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-*7-6t L. H. PERRY JR.. Extr.
By virtue of the power of sale con
tained In that certain deed of trust
mad* by O. Y. Yarboro to Thos. W.
Raffln. Trustee, dated Not. 12, 1917,
u< recorded In Book 124, page 7,
Franklin Registry, default haling been
la the payment of the debt se
cured by said deed of trust and de
tor foreclosure having been
on said trust?* by the, holders
of said debt, the undersigned will on
MONDAY, FEBRUARY IS. 1&2
r the ansa recasa of court. It being
the Irst day of the February Term of
Fraaklia Superior Court, at the Court
door In Loulabarg, N. C., offer
tor sal* at public auction to the hlgh
v tor eaah tne lot and dwell
Inf ha Laid dead of trust conveyed and
titer? dusuihsd aa follow?:
Pit oats In the town of Loulsburg
and mor? particularly defined as fol
lows: Beginning In th? canter of
% arrant on Avenue, corner In Yates'
thence N id W 8 pis U Iki to a
the Yata? ?orner la R. H. Dar
in line: thence N U 1-zd W ? pis 10
Ika t? a post, J. M. Allan's corner;
thaac? B 1 l-2d E about 166 l-rhet
to the corner of Wlneeon*s corner
(Ai? ????); thence slon? U>? Avenue
ISt feet to the beginning, containing
one-half as acre, mor? vr lesa, and
Ueing the lot ot land boucat jy D. T.
(ollrf f-oai J. L. Jackson and wlie
by deed datMi Sept. 21, IMS ar.d re
corded In tb? Registry of F-snklln
County In book IS* page 516. reference
to which Is hereby expressly made for
a tall d?crlpttoa of the aald lot, and
being th? lot conveyed by J. P. Wtn
aton to 1. L. Jackson and the sam?
conveyed by D. T. Fuller and wile to
O. Y. Yarboro. This lot contains a
dwelling sad outhouses.
This Jan. U. 1922.
THOS. W. RUFFIN,
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To My friends and
haw (IMnn), ntt m pte?
> ? M at ibwh uri hrti
?h. I m
" J. W. PERRY
JMtt UIU1 LOUISBURa N o.
_. ... 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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