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The Attention of the Ladies of Franklin County
Is Direeted to the Following Big Bargain Prices:
All wool Blankets, large size, heavy and warm; value _ .
$12.50. Bargain Price 58 98
New Tissue Gingham, embroidered and plain?chcks, ,
plaids, stripes and solids.?Fast- color.?Handsome
and durable. Price, the yard*.... ? ? ? ^
New Kimona Crepe in very pretty designs; fast colors.
Priw, Uie .yaid * ?? ? ???? ^
?Best grade heavy Outiiig FlaBiicl in both tight and
dark' solids and stripes. Price, the yard 15c
'Good weight, solid color Outing Flannel. Priw tin' ymd.^lBc
40-inch Unbleached Sheeting. Price, yard 16c
Apron Ginghams, in pink, yellow, green, lavender,
blue and back checks^ Price, the yard 10c
32-int h Dress Ginghams, in pink, blue and lavender
checks. Price,?the yard 25c
Big table of yord-wide fast color Percale in dark pat
? terry: 32-inch Dress Ginghams, in various colors and 4
designs. Price the yard 25c
New Dress Ginghams of extra smooth texture; black,
blue and pink checks, plaids- solid blute and laven
der; fast colors. Price, the yard 25c
32-:nch extra durable Knickerbocker Romper Cloth, m
wide variety of solids and stripefs. Price, the yard 19c
32-inoh new fast color Percale, in checks and figures,
et& Good weight. Price, the yard 25c
32-inch Ginghams and Romper* Cloth, new checks.
strives 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 solids of rose, white, yellow and blue. Price- the yard .T25C"
Striped Percale for Shirting, 36 inches wide. Colors
fasi. Price the \aid .... . .v. .... :t. 25c
Hundreds of men select their 'suits and overcoats here. But the
man of prompt action sets the best selection.
Don't put off till the last moment what you can put on this min
ute. The wide range of - ? ? _
Suits and Over-coats
that we are now showing makes selection easy and satisfaction
sure- / .
Every garment is the last word in correctness. Eloquence of
emphasized by the character of pattern.
It is such suits and overcoats as these that a man takes pride in
possessing.
Always Trade
Where Your
Dollar Makes
Mrwt Knjpp
Louisburfs Quality Department Store
F. W. WHELESS, Proprietor
-corner Market and Nash Streets L0U1SBURG, North Carolina
200 Gents To
Every Dollar
When You
Bpcmri It, Here
By virtue of the- power o! sale con
?lalned In Qt leil?m deed ?f?trust
_ wartfl hv Mrs. Fsnoig Chiplatti to Wm. i
H. Ruffin. Trustee, dated J an 1. 1S21 |
and recorded in the Registry of Frank
lin County in Book !!??. pas? IS", de
fault haTing been made in the pay
ment of the debt thereby secured and
demand for foreclosure haTing been
made on said trustee by the holder of
said debt, the undersigned will, on
MONDAY. FEBRUAR 1 17. 1S22
at about the hour at noon at the Court
house door in Louisburg. N. C. offer
for sale at public auction. u> the high
est bidder for cash the property in said
deed ot trust conveyed and there des
cribed as follows:
Beginning at a stone on the road
leading from W. T. Dean's to Cedar
Rock church; thence along' the road
N 1 l-2d E Ti chains; thecce N S 1-id
W 6.72 chains, thence N is S-?d E 4.10
chains to a stone on the right side ot
road In C. T. Stokes' ime: thence
leaving the road N Sid b s.25 chains
to a <]arge Pine. Stoke?' corner ; thence
N 4d E 22. OS chains to a Black gum,
J. A. Dean's corner; thence along an
old canal and a line ot chopped tree*
N 87d E 2.50 chains to a new canal;
thence along said canal an4 along the
creek as It meanders to - dead Hick
ory In a quarry ot rock; thence along
the meandertngs ot high water mark
.,1.1 ^rin Pop.
lax ami L'.ackgump pointers, W. T.
-D^m'a cr*VRgr; thance S 38 l-2d W
25.TO chains to a stone and pointers,
W. T. Dc.m's miner . thence 3 SO 1-Sd
W IS,50 chains to the beginning, con
taining 100 acres, more or less.
This Jan. 27. 1922.
l-2T-6t W. H. RUFFIN. Trustee.
SALE OF LAND
Under and by virtue of the power '
and authority contained in that deed
of trust executed by Florence B.
Cooke (widow) to Ben T. Holden,
Trustee, on the 29th day of March
1918. which is duly recorded in the
office of tt*e register of deeds of Frank
lin county in Book 224, page 89. de
fault baring been made in the pay
ment of the notes thereby secured and
demand made upon me by the holder
o< said note to foreclose in accordance
with the terms and provisions therein
contained. I will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder tor cash at the
Courthouse door In Franklin County.
North Cfctolina. on
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1922
at 12 o'clock M. that tract or parcel of
land in Franklin County. North Car
olina, bounded aa follows:
Bounded on the North by the lands
formerly owned by Mr*. Ellen Pearce.
now I. H. Kearney, on the East by
the Seaboard Air Line Railway, on the
WiMKm htmh
now Mrs. Bettie D. 1.-5 ley'a. anil ou |
the W?t by the E. P. BlacKley lands, 1
containing one hundred and twenty |
five (i?5) acres, more or less and be- |
ins that tract of land of which An-1
Ihony Cooke died seized. A two
umihs interest being conveyed which I
consists?of -the one-ninth interest I
which descended to Florence B. Ccoke I
as a child and heir at law of Anthony
H. Cooke and one-ninth interest pur
chased from Pv S. Allen and wife by |
deed.
This the 25th day of Jan. 1922.
l-S7-5t BEN T. HOLD EN. Trustee.
NOTICE
Having qualified as Executor of the I
estate of Alex Gales, deceased, late ot I
Franklin County, notice Is Hereby giv- 1
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 I
be plead In bar of their recoTery. All
persons Indebted to said estate will I
please come forward and make Imme-)
dlate se ttlement. This Jan 26. 1922. [
1-17-$t L. H. PERRY JR.. Extr.
FORECLOSURE SALE
By virtue of the power ot sale con
tained In that certain deed of trust I
made by O. Y. Yarboro to Thos. W. [
Ruffln. Trustee, dated Kot. 11, 1917,1
and recorded in Book 114, page 7.1
Franklin Registry, default having been I
made In the payment ot the debt se-1
cared by aald deed of trot and de-l
id tor foreclosure having been I
n aald trustee by tke. holders I
aald the andamgned will on
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1M1
the nooa rep?? of conn. It being!
the trat day ot tM February Term of I
Franklin Superior Ooart, at the Oourtl
door la Lonlabm g. N. O., offer |
for aala at public auction to the blgh
der tor eaah tee lot and dwell-1
ta? la uid deed of traat eoareyed and |
there described aa follow?:
Pltuata In tke town of Loulsbnrg |
and more particularly daiied aa fal
lows: Beginning la the center of I
Warren t on Avenue, corner In Yales'
line; t heap N 4d W I pis 11 Iks to a I
stake, the Yatee ooraer la R. H. I ?ar
ia lina; theaoe N U l-?d W ? pla 101
Iks ta a poet. J. M. Allen's corner;
tbeiaca B 1 1-ld K about 1M 1-1 fret I
to the corner of Wlneenn's corner I
(Avenue?); thence along the AvenueI
iS* feet to the beginning, containing!
one bait an acre, more or leaa, an4|
being the lot of land bouse t ay D. T.
toller f-um J. L. Jackson and wli?|
by dee.1 dated Sept. U, IMS ar.J re
corded In the Registry of F-enkilnl
County In book 1M page Kit. reference I
to which la hereby expressly made tor I
full description ot the said lot. and |
being the lot conveyed by J. P. Win
ston to J. L. Jackson and the saibel
conveyed by D. T. Fuller and wife to I
O. Y. Yarboro. This lot contains ?|
dwelling nad outhouses.
This In. 11. 1S11.
THOS. W. RDFFIN.
1-1?-St Trustee.
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To My Friends and
Patrons
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Yours truly, ?.
J. W. PERRY
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Many Friends and Customers
For their liberal patro
nage during the past
Fall and hope to be of
more service to you in
the future
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