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NOTICE OF SERVICE.
North Carolina, Coat-ham county,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT,
Before the Clerk.
Sallie Marsh, Administratrix of
Wesley Marsh, deceased I
The defendant, above named, Samp
son Marsh, will take notice that an |
action, entitled as above has been
commenced in the superior court of
Chatham county, North Carolina, to
sell the real estate of Wesley Marsh,
deceased, to make assets to pay the
debts of tfie estate of the said Wes
ley Marsh,, deceased: that the deiend
ant will take further notice that he
is required to appear before His Hon
or J. Dewey Dorsett, clerk of the su
perior court of Chatham county,
North Carolina, on the 21st day of
February, 1923, at ten o'clock a. m.,
at the court house of said county, in
North Carolina and answer or demur,
to the complaint in said action or the
plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in said complaint.
This the 20th day of January, 1923.
Febls J DEWEY DOP.SETT,
W P.HORTON, Clk superior court
Attorney. Chatham county
* MORTGAGE SALE OF LAND.
Pursuant to the provisions of *a
mortgage deed executed by Genna La
nier and Hinton Gunter to A. N.
Johnson Co., on the 19th day of
July, 1921, and registered in the office
of the register of deeds of Chatham
county, inßook FZ at Page 92 default
having been made in the payment of
the note therein set forth ; the under
signed mortgagee will se’l at public
auction, for cash, in the town of Pitts
boro,: North Carolina, at the court
house door on the
27th day of February, 1923,
at 32 o'clock noon,
the following property:
The home place of Genna Lanier
and Hinton Gunter in Cape Fear
township, Chatham county, North
Carolina, and known as the G. F.
Drake Home Place and containing 10
acres more or less, and bounded as
On the east by B. M. Mclver, on
the north by W. A. Lawrence a-d on
the west and south by the lands of
the Carolina Power and Light Com
pany.—conveyed by the said Genna
Lanier and Hinton Gunter to satisfy
the debt and interest provided for
in said mortgage.
This January 18th, 1923.
A. N. JOHNSON CO., - ,
B.R A Y OLIVE. Mortgagee. j
Attorney, Fuquay Springs, N. C.
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NOTICE OF LAND SALE.
Under and by virtue of the powei
of sale conferred upon the under
signed by decree o£-the superior court
of Chatham county, in an action there
j in pending, entitled “M.M.Fox, admm
j istrator vs Sallie Headen and others,
! the undersigned commissioner will on ,
! Saturday, the 24th day of February,
I 1923, at 2 o’clock p. m.,
i offer for sale to the highest bidder
for cash the following described lot
or parcel of land lying and being
within the corporate limits of the
town of Siler City, and being more
fully described and defined as follows:
to-wit: ~ . %
Beginning at the northwest corner
of lot number eleven on the east side
of main street and running about
north with said street forty feet to
a stake, thence nearly east sever.ty
five feet to a stake, thence nearly
south forty feet to a line of lot num
ber eleven, thence nearly west with
line of lot number eleven seventy
five feet to the beginning, and !
being the southwest part of lot num
ber ten of the plat of the town ol
Siler City, North Carolina. Same be
ing the property known as the olu
The sale will be held on the prem
ises. -• '
This the 22nd day of Jan. 1923.
Siler & c °rnrnissi°^ er.
Attorneys. Feb22-4t- v
Having qualified as administrator oi
the estate of D. H. Stanley, deceased,
late of Chatham*cou"ty, North
ina, this is to notify all persons hold! i,.
claims against said decedent to
sent them to the undersigned, dal
verified, on or before the 29th day oi
January, 1924, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. AJ
persons indebted to the estate vil
please make prompt settlement.
This 29th day of January, 1923.
M .M. FOX, j
Mch 8-6tH-c. Administrator.
! NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
This is to notify the public that
beginning on October 15, 1920, I with
drew my ’ interest from the firm o
R. W .Johnson & Co., said firm beinc
engaged in the mercantile business o
Siler City, Rt. 2, by disposing of said
interest to Ralph W.. and Harry L.
Johnson. I am not and will not be re
-1 sponsible for any debts incurred by
said firm since the date of dissolu
This Jan. 29, 1923.
HUGH W. JOHNSON,
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with its decks crowded with horses,
were still talking of a battle fought
at sea when two days out, between
two huge stallions and which ended
in the death of one worth several
Through some carelessness In stow
ing the live cargo the two foes, a black
and a bay, were placed in adjoining
Their natural wildness through a
life on the broad pampas of Argen
tina was increased by the excitement
of strange surroundings and through
out the first day of their Incarceration
in the dark hold of the ship shrill
neighing followed by the drumming
of hoofs on the stanchions and bulk
heads sounded continuously.
Equine Rivals Meet.
At last, driven to a frenzy by the
rolling of the ship, the black snapped
the head chain, and plunging back
ward, crashed through the wooden bar
behind him. His first act on gaining
his freedom was to sink his teeth into
the flesh of the bay in the next stall,
and maddened by pain the latter also
Then a battle between the two com
menced, which lasted for hours and
threatened the lives of the other
horses as the two plunged, now and
then rearing to strike out with theii
front hoofs and again wheeling to lash
out with their heels. At length they
reached a clear space underneath an
Fastened His Teeth in the Back of the
open hatch around the edge of which
the crew clustered to watch the final
Black Lands Knockout
After circling cautiously about each
other for a time, warily watching for
an opening like two boxers, the bVaek
J suddenly reared and s crashed down
with both hoofs on the head of his
adversary. The other stood dazed
for an instant by the impact, and in
that moment the black seized his ad
vantage and fastened his teeth In the
back of the bay’s neck, the death grip
sought by wild horses as instinctively
as the bulldog goes for the throat of
Despite the frantic efforts of the
crew to separate the pair the black
bore Steadily down until the bay’s
head was pressed against the deck.
Then came a sudden twist of the
black’s head, a sharp crack was heard,
and the bay lay with a broken neck.
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contented and was led quietly back to
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The undersigned having this day
qualified as administrator of the
estate oc L. J. Perry, deceased, late
of Chatham county, this is to notify
all persons holding claims against
the said estate to present the same
to the undersigned on or before the
29th day of January, 1924, or this
notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery. All persons owing the sai..
estate will plerse come forward -find
make immediate settleme t.
This 29th day of January. 1923.
A. CARL PERRY,
W. P. HORTON, Administrator
Attorney. , Mch 8-R-6p
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Jones, deceas
ed, late of Chatham county, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
holding claiihs against said estate to
present -them to the undersigned, duly
verified, on or before the 7th day of
February, 1924, or this notice will be
plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons owing 'the said estate will
please come forward and make im
This, the 7th day of Feb. 1923.
S. D. JONES,
V. R. JOHNSON, Administrator.
Attorney. * Mchls-R-c.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS v
This is to certify that the under-
signed has qualified as executo* of
the last will and testament of the es
tate of Thomas Beal, deceased. All
persons holding claims against the
said estate will present them to the |
undersigned on or before the 3rd day
of February, 1924, or this notice
will be plead in bar of their recovery.
All persons owing said estate wll
please come forward and make imme
This, the, 3rd day of Feb. 1923.
T. B. BEAL,
W. P. HORTON, Executor.
Attorney. Mch 15-R-p
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND.
Pursuant to the provisions of a
certain Deed of; Trust executed to
the undersigned by G. W. Douglass
and wife, Nettie Douglass, on July
Bth, 1921, and registered in the office
of the register of deeds of Chatham
county, North Carolina, in Book FS
at pages 477-478, default having been
made in the payment of the note
therein set forth, the undersigned will
sell at public auction, for cash, in
the town of Pittsboro, North Caro
lina, at the court house door, on the
27th day of February, 1923,
at 12 o’clock noon,
the following property:
Lying/and being in Cape Fear
township, Chatham county, North
Carolina, adjoining the lands of Joe
Dickens, Sandy Marks, et als., being
47 acres on the north side of the
tract where grantors now live, same
being bounded on the north by the
lands of Joe Dickens, on the east
by the lands of Sandy Marks, on the
west by the Perjrins Place and on
j the south by the remainder of the
(lands of the grantors—it being one-
I half of the lands eonveyed to the said
Geo. W. Douglass by deed from J.
A. Marks and wife, of March 6th,
1911, conveyed by the said G. W.
Douglass and wife, Nettie Douglass,
to satisfy said debt and interest pro
l vided for in said deed of trust.
| This 18th day of January, 1923.
B. RAY OLIVE, Trustee,
1 Febls-p Fuquay Springs, N.C.
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