Effective October 17th
Touring Car (Less Starter) 298.00
Runabout (Less Starter) 269.00
Touring Car (Self Starter) 368.00
Runabout (Self Starter] 339.00
[All P. O. B. Detroit, Mich.]
These prices are the lowest ever
made In the history ot the Ford
Motor Co. Pfcace your order at
once, so that you can have your
car when yon want it.
Louisburg Motor Co.
1922 TAXES DUE!
Par your taxes before Dec. 1st, and save the
1 per cent?5co?n^which is being allowed, and
at the same time make your. County able to pay
its School Teachers and meet its other require
ments without borrowing mosey and^^ying
big interest which necessarily increases taxes.
Yours very truly,
h. A. KEARNEY, Sheriff
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ERIC. G. FLAXXAGAX
SALE or r.UXABL? REAL 1ST ATE
C?l? u>< Vx at a dwiw of
tVr S?;n i ?w Own of FTutn Cootv
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t^a A- S Xtwrf, AdKsiitntor of'
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at 1?H?? or tor k too*. Mil at tW
l iartkaav *ocm la lk? tow* of Lons
Wi l. X- C. at nMk aitk? to tb?
kart** Wflin tor task, a nraia
[tract ar pvrrrl rf Iaa4 auiH ta
lx?Ktort m?*i|k PlutIB Coaoty.
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La toltovi. Qa tW Vortk to tk? la*to
M O H Ham* mm4 ? S. Dart*, aa
ttr baa to tto toaAa a# A. 8. Mow
?? tto Sntk to tto Ma of A. S.
a* Rk*>H Lrvia aal Rkkart Epr.
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W. H Tatanatt. MMn^r. 1J ??
SALE OF mLU FERTILE FARM
By TirtM of the power of sain con
tamed is thai of trust made by
Joel B. Mvfee&xie ikI mife to Wm H.
?Ruffia. Trustee, dated March 27. 15*20,
>Bd rworiwl in the registry of Frank
lin Omm? in Book pax* 7S, de
Uih havinie been made la the pay
meet of i Ik- debt thereby secured and
ivaaad for foreclosure baring been
c. 4c?j upon said trustee by the holder
I of i be debt thereby secured, the uq.
dervis.neU will oa
MONDAY. JANUARY 1st, 1923
at about the of noon, at the Court
Hems* ikwr in Louisburg. X. C., offer
for sale at public auction, to the high
est bidder for cash, that tract of land
therein coareyvAi and described as fol
Adjoining W. A. Jones. Sun Kelly
and others and bounded as follows:
Situate on the Aljen Chapel Road about
four miles Northeast of the Town of
Louisburg. County and State aforesaid
and containing SiS.10 acrra, more or
less and belts the tract or Farm lot
No. 3 of whaj was formerly the Wes
Roberts farm and having such shape,
metes,. coerses and distances as will
appear from Map or Plot thereof made
by J. E, LaPrade. C. K.. and duly re
corded in the Registry of Franklin
County in Boot: of Maps No. 1 at p.tge
;9l and said lot being the identical
lot or parcel of land conveyed to W.
A. Bailey by coed of Bon T. Holden
and wife, dated Dec. SO. lsl"! and duly
recorded la Book ~17. page 10S in the
office of the Resisver of Deeds for said
FianXlm County, reference being here
trade to all of said records, maps and
deeds for ? full description thereof.
Said land being the same conveyed to
Joel B- MeKeniie by deed of said Wm.
Bailey and wife, dated >rov. 29,, ISIS
uu recorded is Book 227. page 12 said
This sale wI7T"Se made suhject to a
firsr lien mortgage made for $4^150 on
this lan?4? and abo-rt 75 acres of the
McKeuie Home tract also recorded in
said Registry, which debt can be ap
portioned between fhe tracts and paid
en the amortization plan <of 7 per cent
per annum for a period of abotit SO
years at the end c< which period the
debt will be paid off.
This Dev . 1. 1*22. '
12-1-5* WM. H. RCTTTN. Trustee.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROP
Under and by rirtne of the power
and authority contained in a certain
mortgage deed, from R. I. Mitchell,
to M . B. Chi*nblje. Trustee, tor M.
C. Chamblee A Sons, which mortgage
d'ed is recorded it Book 210, at page
SSi. RegBtrr erf Franklin County. N.
C.. to secure the balance of purchase
money for land, and default having
been made in the payment of the notes
sccnred thereby, the undersigned
Mortgagee and Trnstee, will offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash at
the Co?rtho^s>e door, in Louisburg,
Franklin Comity. N. C.. on
FR1 DAY-, DEC EMBER 13, 1922
at 12 o'cloctf^pi.. the following des
cribed real property:
Beinx Fames No. 1 and 2,'as shown
c? the map made by Joseph T, Inscoe.
Surveyor. cated November 1SW. Which
said map is designated thereon as
"Map of property of M. C. Cham hi ee
i Sons at Baia. N. C? Franklin
County." a copy of which map will be
found of the record in the registers
office of Franklin County. North Car
olina. and which map by this refer
ence is sade a part thereof for the
jurpese of a sore perfect description.
Also one Farm cociaintng 4.92 acres
?nd described as follows; Being Farm
tract No. 25 as shown by Map of the
town of Bsan. N. C. m
This Novessber ;i, 1922.
M B. CHAMBLEE. Trustee.
A. R. Hcose. Arty.
N. C. 12-l-4t
SALE OF LAND - >
rci*r h- rirrne of ?hA power.
*3*1 n;ioctT conferred upon me in a
ofrr^i- d-?v>S off xrn>i exe^nTed to me
as trssce* by Rogf rs and wife
oa rbe J*.5? dxr of March, 11*21, and
dc!t re-?r\le<d ix The office of the reg
ister of <i*<e??s of Franklin county in
Book pore iK I will on
SATURDAY. the ZZrA DAY OF
at the hoar oC Norc:. seJI ^t public auc
tion at cv?nboi??f door of Frank,
lii ctyctT tr L*c*aishurg. X. C. to the
bo^r Jor cash the following
df9cnM rvtt.1 estate*
two ir*t5 cr parcel? of land
tyicj:. b?nrc a?d ?itnate m Franklin
k o?c^T. I*stl3 township. St ate of
'North CarvJixa. ?es<rib*-d as follows;
j ' P.r?t Tract; R**"inz.ing at an iron
rtake ca tk* ww road to Bunn. Votes
Ro?i**rs rt**^ an< nans Thence North
' S3 12* W?t 1+ pc*es m links to a
stake b Rodr?r? line, xbeoce with his
tine North 14 ??t IS poles 10 links
to a poptar ia Taylor's Tine, Kodgers
' corner. tlwao SMk fSd East SS poles
' > Kakj to a stake la the new road
to rata, tfc^act with said road South
42 1-14 East S pole*. Uxnce with said
j ruad < 1-34 East IS poles 14 links to
the Wctaatag. cootaiaing 10 acres.
Fbr faitfcu 4e*r1j*ira see fleod re
ccriH ra look 211 pare 441.
Smond Tract: KV?inning at a stake
and pijfctm J. R. Weatherstiy corner
i in Rami MTi Mae theace N S 1-2
; E 31 po*ea to a white oak on ( rnokW
IfNtk. San?rwkStt corner. tbenoe ap
tW soM owl to stake. M A Manga
comer. iWac> S 2 1-2 W 141 poles 16
Daks la a stake a ad pointer*. J. R.
"* n>? (?m ia T*yk?r'| line;
S ? K H po?e? S link ? to the
at tfco aem road to Rnnn. thence
_ th* aU rood S ? C i polos 8
) 2-4 E IS paftca 2 Uaka to ceo tor of
load a stako oa Ea?t Me. tbenco 8 89
E S3 poftaa 14 Maka to the beginning,
-?tiiiM 1? acroa.
TVa the ZM ?ay of Nor . 1122.
114WI 8. C. HOLOSK, Trantao.
FWtD ROADSTER FOR SALB
K troll eat
JAS. B KINO at
tecloc* regular hiblt. food
dlgasttoo. R?llev0 tbm
dyHMPdc and mUUmad
and tone up th? system
Judge holds stealing coal L< grand
Urceny. Moat Of us thought it was
By virtue of an order of sale made
by the Superior Court of Franklin
County in that special proceedings
therein pending entitled J. C. Whe
liss, Adm'r. of John Cope vs. Arch
Cope et al heirs at law. the undersign
ed will on
MONDAY. JANUARY 1st. 1923
at about the hour of noon, at the Court
House door in Louisburg. N. C.. offer
for sale at public auctiop. to the high
est bidder for cash, that tract of land
therein defined as follows:
Situate in Cedar Rock township,
Franklin County, part of the Joe Cope
lands as divided among his heirs, and
more .particularly defined as follows':
Bounded on the North by the lands of
Willie Cope, on the East by Callie
Wheless and J. C. Wheless, on the
South by the lands of Wm. and Sissic
Jones and West by the Spring Hope
road containing after a part thefeof
has been' cut off by the Greenleaf
Johnson Lumber Company's railroad.
10 acres, more or less.
This Deci 1, 1922.
WM. H. RUFFIN,
12-1. 5t Commissioner.
FARMS FOR RENT
One two horse farm, and one one
horse farm between Franklititon and
Youngsville. Apply to
R. H. ITT LEY.
J2-8-4t Franklmton, N. C.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as administrator of
the estate of the late John N. Harris,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said de
cendent to present the same to the
undersigned on'or before the 24th day
of November, 1923, or this notice will
be plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This Nov. 24. 1922.
R. V. HARRIS, Adm'r.,
Bunn. N. C.
Wm. H. & Thos. W. Ruffin, Attys.
Louisburg, N. C. . ll-24-6t
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Under and by virtue of tlie authority
vested in the undersigned mortgagees
by that certain mortgage deed execut
ed by J. C. Brantley and recorded in
the Registry of Franklin County in
Book 242. on page 529, default having
been made In the payment of the note
thereby secured, we will offer for sale
to the highest bidder for cash on
THURSDAY, THE 2Jst DAY OF .
at or about twelve o'clock noon, in
front of the courthouse floor in the
town of Louisbnrg, N. C. the follow,
ing described real estate:
One tract of land lying and being
in Dunn's Township, Franklin Coun
ty, N. C. known as the Jones land,
containing Forty-one and 3-4 acres,
more or less, bounded on the east by
the lands of J. C. Brantley, on the
south by Ransom Dodd, on the west
by Ransom Dodd and on the north by
J. C. Brantley land.
This November 20th, 1922.
SPRING HOPE SUPPLY CO..
O. B. Moss. Mortgagees.
SALE OF VALUABLE LAND
I Under- and by virtue of the power
conferred upon me as Trustee by that
certain deed of trust executed on the
15th day of May, 1920. by O. Z. Ed
wards and wife Cassie Edwards, and
recorded infBook 224 page 450, Regis
try of Fraaklin County, derault bav
I iiig been nrat$Kip'/the payment of tho
|indebte?inefei^ured thereby and de.
jmand having bt-?n made upon me to
(foreclose the sarafe. I will on
ATON&AY, THE ISth DAY OF
DECEMBER. 1922 -
tat or about the hour of noon, at the
(Court house door In Franklin County
I in I^ypisburg. C.. offer for sale at
| public auction to the highest bidder
jfor cash, the following described
| Those certain tracts or parcels of
land, situate in Sandy Creek Township
Franklin County. State of North Car
olina. and described as follows:
First Tract. Lot No. 3 in the di
vision of the Mn. A. P. Edwards
Dower land, said Lot No. 3 contain
ing acres, and being fully describ
ing by metes and bounds in Report of
| Commissioners filed In that Special
i Proceeding entitled "Joel Z. Terrell
| vs. O. Z. Edwards et al" duly record
jed in Book 10 page . Orders and
Decrees in the office of Clerk Super
ior Court Franklin County, N. C., ref
erence to wJiich Is here made.
Second Tract., Not No. 1 in the di
vision of the Zedekiah Edwards land
assirhed to M. i. Edwards and by
him Conveyed to E. N. Edwards and
by him conveyed to said O. Z. Ed
wards by deed of March. 1S84. 8ee
book CS page 190 In Reg . office, and
begins at a stake dividing lot No. 2
and nana N 26d W 6 poles to an oak;
thence N &&d E 98 1.4 poles to a
stake, the division line of No. 4;
thence along said line S 12d W SO
poi*a. 8 S&d W to the beginning, con
taining S> acre* except from this 1
acre sold to Franklin County Board
of Education for a school houae.
This the ltth day of Nov., ltU.
11 24 4t R. H. MALONK. Trustee.
Having qualified aa administrator
of the eata'o of Thomas Hawkina. de
ceaaed, late of Franklin County, no
I tic* la hereby given all persons hold
ing c la I ma against said estate to pre
sent them to the anderalgned on or
. before the 17th day rJt November. ltU
or this notice Will be pload la bar of
their recovery. All perarms Indebted
to said estate will (.lease come for
i ward and make Immediate settlement, j
TMs Nov. lltth. lfttt.
U-17-4t A, T. HAWKINS, Adiar?
Come in and Let Us Help You
Somethlng-^appropnate aud attractive tor your
family and friends.'
? Ijew line Fall and Winter Goods. New line Kabo
Corsets. Pictorial Review Patterns.
THE LADIES SHOP
*? Store formerly Occupied by Allen Bros. Co.
Mrs. R. R. Harris, Prop. Mrs. .J. A. Turner, Mgr.
THE WATCH WITH A .
The ordinary wrist watch is merely a pocket watch
rtduced in size and with no provision to counteract the
varying conditions of being worn on the wrist the deli
cate mechanism of a wrist watch never was intended
to be Subjected to innumerable shocks and varied mo
tions of the arm.
We have the watch with a shock absorber which is
made especially for wearing on the wrist. They stand
hard bumps and knocks. This watch is guaranteed for
3 years. "We sincerely hope customers will take advan
tage of this service and get out of "the bracelet watch
trouble. For sale by
L. W. Parrish
Hog - Killing
SACK, REI) PEPPER, BLACK PEI'I'F.R, LARD ST AMIS AM) SALT
I hate a lull line o| Groceries ami Feed.
A nice assortment of Fruits nml Curdles for Christmas.
Am still selling Shoes.
COME IS ASD SEE ME WHE> 1\ TOWN. AI.WATS GLAD TO
, Yours truiy,
J. W. PERRY
NASH STREET * LOT ISBURO, N 0,
R. f. Fuller
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