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GRAHAM, N. C , DEC,^Cl935., f
Local News i
?It is hoped everybody has
had a joyous aud happy Christ- 1
inas season. , t
?It has been several years '
since this section has experienced !
? "White Christmas."
?Graham people have enjoyed j 1
a quiet holiday season. The pup- \ c
ulaiion has been on its good be- c
?Pre-holiday business in Gra- c
ham was good aud the business 1
people are looking forward, hope- | ]
fully, to 1936. t
?Sidney Holt, son of Sey mo'ur 1
Holt, underwent an opera)ion for
apendicitis at Rainey hospilal
Saturday. He is getting along
?The Gleaner was tempted to
take a week off for th? holidays,
Put a rfCurU ui not nii-f- lug an
i^iie iu DO years would UaVe Oeen
?Graham School closed last
Friday for the holidays aud re
opens next Thursday. The teach
ers are spending the season at
?A worth while Christmas gift
was a sou born to Mr and Mrs
J. H. Easou at Dr. Spoon's hos
pital on Christmas Day. Con
?There was a large attendance
of relatives at the funeral service
for Mrs. Mary Holt Williamson
at the Presbyterian church last
Friday moruiug. A number were
present from a distance. Rev.
\V. E. Harrop conducted the
?A $10 prize is being offered
by Alco Theatre for a set of ten
rules for martial happiness. Any
one can euter the coutest. The
coulest will close next Monday
night wheu the prize will be a
warded. Write out a set of rules
and pass them in.
?The Christmas service at the
Court Rouse Tuesday morning
arranged by Dr. hleming, Welfare
Superintendent, was an enjoyable
occasion. There was music and
short addresses. Many of the
n*-ed> were there to receive the
guts provided A large number
of interested citizens was preseufc^
?A party composed of the edi-?
tor, Maj. and Mrs. J. J. Henderson,
Mr. and Mrs. Johu B. Stratford
aud children, Cora Harden and
Jack, Misses Cora Emutaline Hen
derson aud Jeanne Swansou, aud
J. D. Keruodle, Jr., were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lovick H
Kernodle in Danville Wednesday
?This "spell" of weather
caught mauy almost wholly uu
prepared. The mild fall weather
threw a majority off their guard;
they had delayed doing what they
should have done to insure the
comfort of themselves and tami
lies upon the arrival of Old Mau
Winter. We might paraphrase
the words of Washington thus:
"In summer time prepare for
-"?A special term of Alamance
Sunerior Court will convene next
. Houday for the trial of crimiual
cases. At the recent term, after
a full week, all jail cases were
not disposed of, hence tbeGoveru
or was petitioned to designate a
lime for holding a special term,
aud December 30th was named.
Judge Grady has been appoiuted
to Uold tne throue. Courts are
expensive but not as expensive
as^ieediugi aud caring for a lot of
?The weather?There is no
e more fruitful topic, but winter
blasts cannot be talked into si
lence. The weather man gavo
"arniug so far as he was able tj'
determine. It started out of the
northwest and was being felt here
a full week ago, and dnriug that
time there has been no apprecia
ble let-up. It began snowing
during Saturday night aud Sun
day snow fell off and on dur
ing the day, but did not reach a
depth of more thau four inches,
due kind of weather experienced
ere spread over the country?
??'der in the north and not so cold
further sooth, but unusually cold
'u hoth directions. Jlauy points
bave had suo zero weather,where
11 has not been in recent years.
1 SERIALS AXD SHORT STORIES
doa'll find fascinating serials
"'d short stories, as well as in
Jt'esting true life narratives in
'he [>jg American Weekly, the
u,"*?azine which comes regularly
*'tii the Baltimore Spnday Amer
On sale by newsdealers or
?ailed to your address for 50
fcnta a month, *5.00 a year.
Mr. J. C. Moore left last weet
or Florida to visit hie hods.
Misses Mary Worrlej Rives aDO
iuth Holt, at Woman's College
ire home for the holidays.
Miss Luta Harden is giving her
nother, Mrs. Jas. P. Haiden, s
en-day trip to FJjikttla. They lei
Miss Catherine Thompson, of
he senior elass, Greensboro Col
ege, leaves tonight for a week in
'Jew York with a parly chaper
med by tie head of the dramatic
lepartment of the College. ?
Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, n
otnpanied by Mrs. Miller, let
Tuesday for Smithtown Branch,
_.ong Island, where she will speot?
lome time with Mrs. Frauk Car
>oni, her adopted daughter.
Monkey of the Snow Is
Native of Central Asia
A specimen of one of the world's
strangest animals, the kin-tsen heou,
or "monkey of the snow," from the
mountains of central Asia, Is shown
by the Smithsonian institution This is
one of tlie rarest of all mammals in
sclentic collections, says the Smith
sonian Institute Bulletin.
This creature, whose scientihc name
is RMnopithecus, has an ogre-like,
short face, ranging In color from green
to turquoise. In which are set very
large, bulging eyes and a pointed, up
turned nose. Surrounding the face
Is a fringe or beard of orange hair. I
The rest of the body is covered with '
hair six or seven Inches long and ;
varying In color from gold to silver.
The monkey lives In the bamboo
forests, Just below the line of per
petual snows. It was first discovered I
more than sixty years ago by the fa
mous French priest-naturalist, Pere !
David, who was told that it frequented
the high mountain forests in vast I
troops. These troops made up of ani- |
mals about the size of shepherd dogs, i
spend almost all their time In the ,
trees, living on fruits and tender j
shoots of bamboo.
The monkey is a close relative of t
the Hoonnman monkey of India, one
of the sacred animals of that country.
Such an animal is believed to contain
the sou) of a dead human being.
Something of the same sacred char
acter, It is said, pertains to its ogre- j
like relative of the high mountains. j
Only Larval Stage Moth
Destroys Your Clothing
"The instinct that makes as all pur- I
sne a flying moth Is probably so deeply
lDgrained that we are not likely to sit
still and ignore it even on learning
that. In this stage of its life cycle, the
moth is incapable of feeding," Dr. !
Claude Lillingston says in an article
on the clothes moth in Hygela, the
Health Magazine. "It Is in the mag
got, or larval, stage that the moth de
stroys our clothes, furs and feathers, j
There is another reason for regarding
the moth In flight as a comparatively
harmless creature. It Is almost Invari
ably a male. . . .
"It may be argued, of course, that
killing the male must break an essen
tial link in the chain that constitutes
the life cycle of the moth, were It not
that the female moth is not strictly
monogamous. . . . With two males !
to every female, the housewife is not
likely to solve her moth problem by
running after an isolated male here j
The typical willow patterrkon china
ware shows a house near a river on
which there is a boat; there is an or
ange tree beyond the house, which Is I
enclosed on the land side by a wall and
fence There Is a bridge, with a wil
low tree on one end and the gardener's
cottage at the other; In the upper left
is an Island with a cottage. Two tur
tledoves are conspicuous In the design.
The large house was the home of a 1
mandarin, whose daughter loved his
former secretary and often met him
under the orange tree. Forbidden to
marry, tbey eloped first to the garden
1 er's cottage, later to the island cottage
where they lived many years. A for
mer lover of the girl discovered them
and set fire to the cottage, whereupon
the two were transformed into turtle
doves. The legend has not been traced
back farther than 1S49, when it ap
peared in an English magazine, and
there is no proof that It is of Chinese
' Birds Fly High
Migrating birds travel at heights of
three, four, and even five thousand feet
It appears that they rise in order to
find favorable winds. Wild ducks,
geese, and swans have been seen a mile
high, but as a rule prefer to fly at
about two thousand feet The vulture
and the turkey buzzard hang up at four
to five thousand feet, watching the
earth for carrion with their telescopic
eyes. The record belongs to the giant
condor of the Andes which flies In the
thin cold air Ave miles above the
City Founded in 1555
St. Augustine, Fla., oldest city in
the United States, was founded by the
Spaniards in 15?. and at various
times has been the possession of
Spain France. England, the Confeder
ate States of America and the Cm ted
' L , *
Discontents arise from our desires
of tenet than from our wants."
24?Matthew Arnold, poet and
criuc, born 1422.
^2S?The Merriest of all Christ
b maaee to you!
J 26?First patent on coffee per
' colator issued, 1863.
27?Famed Texas Rangers"
founded by law, 1835. %
25?First settlers reach Cincin
nati, Ohio, 1786.
29?Canadians bum U. S.
steamer near Niagara,
? 30?Alfred Emanuel (All)
? Smith, bora 1873. env
Robot Greet* Visitor*
at Philadelphia School
Philadelphia.?The robot voice of
Mechanical Egbert greets visitors to
Franklin Institute here. "How do jou
do?" he booms as soon as his mechan
ic:! oye spies a 'visitor. "I am very
giuu to see you." Egbert's tones are
clear and cultured; he even pauses a
bit to emphasize the "very glad."
Then his right hand rises In a stiff
salute, and he awaits the next visitor.
The secret of his success lies In an
ordinary automobile headlight, con
cealed behind a radiator In the lobby.
A special screen allows only Invisible
Infra-red rays to shine on two photo
electric "eyes" in the platform on
which Egbert stands.
Eskimo Vocabulary I*
Tough, Explorer Say*
Provincetown, Mass. ? Years ago
somebody told Commander Donald B.
MacMiilan. famed explorer, that the
Eskimo vocabulary contained only
about! 300 words.
So Mr. MacMiilan undertook to mas
ter the language, confident that by
Jotting down the 300 words In the
order that he heard them he soon
would be able to speak like a native.
But he has found Eskimo the most
difficult language on earth. Already
he has recorded no less than 3,000
words, and he Is still at It
Few Genuine Eskimo Dogs
It Is rather difficult to find what Is
known as a "pure strain Eskimo" dog.
the breed having r>een crossed with
Newfoundlands. Great Danes sod oth
er large working dogs of modern
civilization, but the Alaskan huskle Is
accepted by many as truly represent
ing the old type. Contrary to general
belief, the huskle Is not only highly In
telligent and kind, but makes a relia
ble companion. Only fn case* where
the animals have been abused arfti neg
lected do the old wolf tendencies rise
up and stamp It as a vicious animal
ready and willing at all times to as
sert its right to survive by the same
methods as did its wolf ancestors.
FAKE "ANTIQUES" FOOL
An interesting story revealing
how ihe British Museum's world
famous .sarcophagus of the myste
rious ancient Etruscans has been
proved to oe the work of cunnine
imitators of treasures of past
ates. One of many features iu
the .December '-i9th issue of
he American Weekly, the big
magazine which comes regularly
with the BALTIVIORE SUNDAY
AMERICAN. Your newsboy or
new-dealer has your copy.
^ ^ ^ AND
I I FEVER
\# \J \J first day.
khJvh? Nose Drops 1a 30 minutes
Certificate of Dissolution
State of North Carolina
I Dc partment of Stale
' To All to * bom These Presents May Come?
! Whereas. It appears to my satisfaction, by
; duD authenticated record of the proceedings
l for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the
! unanlmou* oonsent of all the stockholders,
deposited in my offlce, that the Thompson
Hosiery Mills. Inc.acorp'rationof this state
whose principal office Is situated at No
street in the town ot Graham, countyot
Alamance. 8tate of North Carolina ( J. A.
Tho upson belnf the agent therein and in
: chante thereof, upon whom process may b?
served), has complied with the require
ments of l bapter 22. Consolidated Statutes,
entitled -Corporations," preliminary to the
issuing of this Certificate of Dissolution:
Now. therefore. I. Stacey W. Wade. Secreta
ry of State of the HtaP' of North Carolina, do
hereby certify that the said corporation, did
on the 17th day of December. 183o, Ole la my
1 office a duly executed and attested consent in
| writing to the dissolution of sakl corporation,
executed by all the stockholders thereof,
which said content and the record of the pro-,
,oeedings aforeaaid are now on file in my said
office as provided by law.
In tes imony whereof. I have hereto aet my
hand and affixed my official seal at Raleigh,
this 17th da> of Dec.. A. D. l?i.
ISTACEV W. WAUL
Secretary of State.
I [Seal of Bute
Timely Finn Questions ,
Answered At State College
QUESTION: ?What will lie the
amount of the Brat payment made
to tobacco growers signing the
ANSWER:?A minimum pay
ment of II.00 per 100 pounds cf
base tobacco production will be
made as soon as possible aft r the
contract is signed. Additional
payments will depend upon ihe
price of tobacco, and will he the
amount which, when added to
the farm price, will bring llie re
turns to not less than parity on
the quantity of tobacco used do
mestically. Tenants and share
croppers will share in the spec al
payments in the same proportion
as their interest in the 1930 crop
? QUESTION:? How can I gei
rid of yellow color in eggs from
my poultry flock?
ANSWER:?Shell color i- in
herited and the I est waV to eiint
in ate the color i? not ?<? se" mif
eggs showing tinted shells W hen
breeding for future egg producets
head your flock with mates from
a source where this trouble does
not exists. If the eggs with col
ored shells show to a large extent
it might be well to do no breeding
from the present flock. Keep the
present flock for egg production
only and get -mue new breeding
stock from nuolber flock th?.t
'idea nut prod uce colored eggs.
QUESTION:?How can land be
itioculati'd (or growing lespedeia?
ANSWER:?There are various
comnieicial cultures, but a belter
method is to uiuisieu the -seed
with molasses and the:: mix them
with soil from a Held thai has
crown lespedeza or some other
legume crf>p such as vetch, Aus
trian winter peas, or crimson
clover Imieulated soil Can also
lie drilh d in at the rate of 200 or.
more pounds to the acre with the
seed. lite latter method is best,
especially on sandy soils.
Havinv qualified as Executor* of the I.aat
Win and IMfpilll Ol James ABd< I On, Jr.,
deceased, late of Aitiuauce County. -??? th
? ai-o!loa. ihih in to uoufya.l person?- holding
claim* ? ilu>( deceased to present the same.
uul> uulii* ui?ca i- . on or before the Join nay
oi December, mat, or th snotice will be plead
ed lu bar ol their recovery. All per*on* in
ue ?ted lo taid e?iate will please make im
Tola Dec. 4. i?fc.
WILLIE LEE ANDERSON,
D. M. ANDERSON,
? ? ?
T. N. BOONE
209 Main St. Burlington. N. C.
We Wish You
Main St. Graham
x PRODUCERS OF
That Rich Jersey Milk
Notice of Re-Sale.
Under and pursuant to the pro
visions of the Judgment of the
Superior Court of Alamance Coun
ty In the case of Town of Gra
ham against J. D. Kernodie, and
others, as entered at the Ju^n
Special Term, 1933, by His Honor,
W. L. Small, wherein said Judg
ment directs the sale of the real
property hereinafter described and
appoints the undersigned W. Carl
Longest, as Commissioner to eell
the s^me, and also pursuant to
the order of re-sale, as entered at
the February Term, 1934, of said
Court, by His Honor, Thomas J.
Shaw, the undersigned Commission
er win offer for sa!e at public
auction to the highest bidder, a:
the Courthouse door in Graham, on
Saturday, January 4th, 193d,
at ll;00 o'clock, noon,
all of the following described real
A certain tract or parcel of land
in the Town of Graham, Alamance
County, North Carolina, adjoining
the lands of J. B Stratford, North
I Main Street, R. N. Cook estate, W
C.Wrtke, W.A. Me A dams, C. D.
Ialey and wife, Edith M. Isley, North
Maple Street, Ella C. Clapp, et ai
and described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at so Iron stake on the
Western aide of North Slain Street
in said town, corner with J. B
, Stratford, running thence with the
Western margin of said North Main
St? 111 It. to an iron stake corner
with R. N. Cook estate; thence in a
1 Westernly direction with the line of
said Cook satatp 113.44 feet to a
stake corner wiQi said Cook; thence
in a Northerly direction with the
said Cook sod W. C. Write to an
iron stake corner with W. A. Mc
Adania, W.C. Wrike, C. D. Isley and
wife, Edith M. Isley; thence in a
I Westernly direction with the South
era lino of the Mid Ialey's 123.31 ft. .
to ao iron stake on the Eastern]
side of said North Maple Street
235 feet to an Iron stake on the
Eastern side of North Maple St.
corner with said Ella C. Clapp;
thence In a Easterly direction with
the line of said Ella C. Clapp
and the said J. B. Stratford to. (the
The aoove described property will
be sold in two separate tracts as
First Tract. Adjoining the lands
of J. D. Kernodle, W. F. R. Clapp.
and T. C. Montgomery home place
and others, bounded as follows;
Beginning at a stake N. E. cor
ner of said Clapp lot; running
thence E. 206.58 ft. with line of lot
J. B. Stratford and wife to a stake
in W. side of N. , Main St.; theDce
N. with N. Main St? 54 1-2 ft. to
bend in said St; thence in a North
western direction with said street
152 ft. to the said Montgomery
home place line; thence in a South
westernly direction with the South
line of the said Montgomery hom
place line; thence in a South west
ernly direction with the South line
of the said Montgomery lot 2 chs.
and 8 links to the southwest cor
ner of said Montgomery lot; thence
in a southeasterly direction to the
l idding on this tract will oegin
Terms of sale;
This is a re-sale and the oid
der will be required to pay one
half of bis bid in cash and the
balance within six months from
date of confirmation, deferred pay
ment to bear interest at six per
cent, and title to be retained un
til purchase price is fully paid.
Sold subject to advance bids and
confirmation by the Court.
This 18th day.of December. 1935.
W, CARL LONGEST.
Having quHlitt<"1 a* AlBloliftntor of the
e-tate oi John Josiab latmbetn. deceased.
iate of Alamance county. tstale of North
Carolina. this is to notify all persons having
cloms airitliM NanJ e?tai?* f" Pr"?nt tham
w vbe u deplaned, duly certified, on or be
lor# the 15tb da* of December. 1*46. or tb
n <uce * .11 t>e ph uded iu bar of their reeo
erv. All person* .idtbtcd to said estaue wi
pi ase runke immediate settlement.
This lutb day oi lio erab-r. l*li.
IIOSKA I?. LAMBETH, Adm'r.
. , El on CoIIck^. N. C.
EXECUTOR S NOTICE
Havln? qualitk-d as Executor of the last
will of H. M. Jot >. d?- eased, late of Ala
tuance county, "forth Carolina, this is to
notify all persorir navlrx claims against the
estate of aaid d< easea to exhibit same v
the undersigned a. Ur ism N. C., R. F. D
No. 2. on or before the 101 ? lav of Decem
ber. lftfei. or this ndticewi. be pleaded Id
liar of their recovery. All persons indebte d
to said estate will please make Immediate
Tula the 4th day of December, 18CJ5.
A. M. JONES,. Executor,
K. s. \V. Da neron. Atty.
Notice of lie-Sale of
Under and by virtue olthe power
of saje contained in a certain deed
of trust executed by Cora Pear]
Jeffcoat, to Sidney Shoffner, Trus
tee, 'dated the '2nd day ol January.
1932, and recorded in Book 118. .at
pages 67 and '68, in the office of
the (Register of Deeds of Alamance
County. North Caro'lna default hav
ing been made in the payment of
the indebtedness secured by said
deed of trust, and demand havinr
h'-em made by the holder of said in
[d'-btedness '?r the sale of the land
described in said 'deed of trust a
therein prb"ided, the undersigne^
Trustee will offer for sale at pubr
auction to the highes' bidder, fo
ash at the 'Courthouse door in *h
City of Graham. "North Caro'ina o
Saturday, December ?sth. 1935,
at 12 90 o'clock, noon.
the fcllowir : described propertv
located in tli > County of Alamance.
Boon Station Township, North Car
olina, and more particula-ly bound
-d and described as fo lows:
Adjoining the lands of Alamance
Insurance & Real Estate Co., Nep
Williams, W.T.Noah. James Mat
Carl Barnhart, Luther Sharp and
others: Beginning at a rock cor
ner with said "Williams. running
thence 9. 15 1-1 'deg. B. 3.15 chs to
a rock corner with said Noah,
thence N. 39 1-2 'deg. E. 30.11 chs
to a rock corner with said Mac.
thence "3. 7b 'deg. E. 5.67 chs. to a
rock corner with said May, thence
S. 50 deg. E. 8.60 chs. to a rock cor
ner with said Barnhart. thence N.
13 tde(g E. 27.53 chs. to an iron bo't
in /H. W.No. 10 In Sharp line corner
with said Co., thence with said H
W. N. (SI deg. W. 11 chs. to an lror
bo't in said II. W. corner w ith sai<'
Co., thence 9. 35 1-2 deg, W. ,H.7j
chs. (tjo a lock corner with said Co.,
th nee S. 18 deg. W. 9 chs. to a rock
corner with said 'Co.. thence 9. 35
deg.. W, 25 'chs. (this course and
distance calculated) to the begin
ning containing 51.23 acre's, more or
less; being (lb? same land convey
ed to the'grantor by Cyrus Shoff
ner and wife, 'Julia Shoffner by
deed dated January 1st, 1932. and
recorded in the office of the Regis
ter of Deeds of Alamance County.
This being a re-sale of the aoove
property bidding will begin at
Deposit of 5 per cent will be
required on day of sale of purchaser.
This 9th day of December, 1935.
Sale of Valuable
I'nder and by "virtue of the auth
ority conferred hinon us in a Deed
of Trust executed ny O. R. Mc
pherson and uife, Sadie Thompson
Mcpherson, and J. M. Mcpherson
a'. I wife, Na icv (M. M Ph rson. on
tho 30th da. of September, 1926
at d recorded in Boole 107, Page 24a
we will, on
Saturday. January 4th 1936,
at IS ;00 o'clock, noon. ,
at the Courthous" door in Alamance
County, Grab m V. C.. ? 1! at put |'c
auction for i sh to the high s bid
der th. folio .'ing landyt&-wit:
A certain tract or/par- ?1 of land
in Newlin Township. Alamance Co
untj, V. C.. de?crib>d as 'follows
Beginning at a ston> in D. H
Thompson's corner; running S. 4
deg. 31.2) chs. to a stone; theoce
S, 26 deg. E. 12.5 chs. to a stone
on the bank of a ditch near a
bridge: thence S. 3 deg. W. 3
chs. to a maple on the 'bank of
Cane Creek; thence down saidcret..
21 chs. to .John Allen's corner, ithv j
Henry Stout place); thence N. 36.
60 chs. witl* his Une to the old
public road; thence with, said road
to John Foust's corner; thence W.
i . M|. ' I
with hi* Tine 25 ch?. to a atone pile,
Oliver McPherson's corner. In John
Foust's line; thence 8. 18.25 ch*.
to the beginning, containing US
acre*, more or lew
This land is sold subject to all
This sale is made by reason of the
failure of O. R. McPherson and wife, j
Sadie Thompson McPherson, and J.
M. McPherson and wife, Nancy M.
McPherson, to pay off and die
charge the indebtedness secured by
said Deed of Trust.
A deposit of 10 per cent will be
required from the purchaser at the
Thjs 20th day of November, 1935.
Interstate Trustee Corporation,
Durham, N. Q.
Trustee's Sale of Land
B.v virtue of the power contained
in that certain deed of trust ex
icuted to the undersigned oy Ed
die Evans and ,wife, Mamie Evanq
on the 3nd Gay of August, 1935. and
recorded in the office of the Regis
ter of Deeds of Alamance County,
in Book page 453, default hav
ing oeen made jnr the /payment of
the note secured thereoy, I will
offer for sale and sell for cash to
the highest bidder on
Monday/ January 6th, 1936. >
at 13 :00 o'clock, noon
at the Courthouse door, in Graham.
N*. Q., the following described tract
or parcefl ot land, to-wit:
A certain tract of land lying and
"ing in'Alamance County, Stiteof
'orth Carolina, in North Burling- '
m Township, adjoining the lands
of Eva Enoch, Bock Nicks. st>d
others, and hounded as follows:
Beginning at an tram stak' now a j
corner with' Roy Evans. 150 t. '-on ;
Dock Nicks' line; th0nce Sont'i 3- J
l-t4 East 83 1-2 ft. to an iron s ake '
in Enock's line; th?nce South 83 ?
'-3 East 50 ft to an iron s'ake |
00 ft. from Dock Nick's line; th *d- ]
- North' i 1-4 "West 83 1-2 ft. o j
an iron stake, 100 ft, from Bock j
v'ick's line; th?nc? North 83 1-2 7
V?st 50 'ft. to the beginning, con- |
aining 4,175 sq. ft. n , j
This 5th day of Beccmher, 1935.
COOPER A. HALL,
Sheriffs Sale Under
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. j
J. C. Harris, trading! as J. C. Harris ?
Lumber Company, Plaintiff
Henry J. Johnson and wife, Olga \
Johnson. Defendants. *
By virtue of an execution directed
?o the undersigned from the Su
perior Court of Alamance County j
in the above entitled action. I will ?
Monday, 'January 6th. 19J5.
at 12:00 o'clock, noon,
at the Courthouse <3oor of said Co
? nty sell to the highest bidder Tor
cash, to satisfy said execution, all ?
?he right, title and Interest which ;
?he said Henry J. Johnson and wife !
Olgpi Johnson, or either of the.n. 1
have or has in and to the following
described real estate, to-wrt ?
A parcel of land in Graham Town
?hip, Alamance County, adjoining ?
concrete road from Solomon Home
wood's to Burlington, North Car
-ollna. lots 17. 19 11 and others
?bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at an trrfn stake in tho ,
-Eastern margin of said highway, j
corner with lot No 17. said iron
stake being 13.7 .ft. North 2 "deg. 23
min. East from the intersection of
said concrete highway and Bradley (
Street; running thence North 87 -
deg. 22 min. 'West with the North
ern line of lot No. t17, 215 ft. to an
iron Istake in thC line of lot No. 18,
corner with lot No. 17; th, nee
North 2 dag. 23 min. East with 'he
! line of lots Not 18 and 19, 109 ft,
to an iron stake, corner with lo s
Nos. 19, ,'20 and 11; thence South
87 deg. 22 min. East 215 ft. with the
S surnern line of lot No. 11 to a
stake In the Eastern margin of * dd
concrete road, corner with lot No.
11; thence S. 2 deg. 23 min. West
with the Eastern margin of said
concrete road 180 ft. to the begin
ning, it Tieing lots Nok, 15 and 16
of Block B, Plat made by W.T.Hall,
civil engineer, July, 1926, aDd re
corded in the office of the Register
oi Deeds of (Alamance County in
Plat Book 2, Page *81.
Thia ith day of December, 1936.
U. J, STOCKAKD,
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