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Saw Hill Machinery
Cotton Gin Machinery
Shops Bach of Above
LIDDELL CO., Charlotte, N. C.
Four Department;: Collegiate,
Graduate, Engir.eeringf & Law.
Large library facilities- Welt
.iijuipped laboratories in a1! depart
ments cf science. Gymnasium lur
nhhed with best apparatus. Ex
penses very moitrafe. Aid for
Young inen wishing: to study
law should investigate the su
perior advantages offered by
the Department of Law in
Trinity College. ....
Tor catalogue and further infor
D. W. NEWSOM, Registrar,
Durham, North Carolina.
Trinity Park School
Preparatory Si honl.
Be s t Equipped Preparatory
Schools in the South. Facul
ty of Ten Officers and Teach
ers. Campus of 75 Acres.
Library containing 30 Thousand
Volumes. Well Equipped Gymna
sium. Hih Standards and Modern
Method of Instruction.
Frequent Lectures by Promi
n e n t Lecturers Expenses
Seveu Years of Phenomenal
For Catalogue and other nforina
H. M. NORTH, Headmaster,
Our Spring trade ha been so pood that it en-
a bled us to sell u lot of hats anil some of th
trimmings we no have in stock at reduced prices
We also have a new line ot gloves aud fancy
collars and arc daily expecting a very ilcsir-
able lt of the American Beauty corsets, all
canbesuitod. A new and more complete line
of the cucumber preparation just received.
MRS- E. T. BLAIR,
Asbcfeoro, N. C.
Any Young Man
Or woman, or Husband or Father, earn
ing a fair salary con heroine a Club mem
ber and secure our NEW SCALE $100
LUDDEN & BATES plAN'O at Club
price to uiemliein of $-87, on very easy
terms of payment a little at a lime
LUDDEN BATES OLC B PIANOS
cost club memliers $287 instead of $400
which is tho repular price, just a little
more than ordinary $250 and $275
pianos, in five or ten years they coat
niu'th leas because they are still good.
They are built to last A LIFETIME, and
are guaranteed to do so.
You can hny other pianos at or about
$287, bnt you don't get Ludden & Bates
TONE, Ludden A Bates ACTION, Lud
den A Bates LASTING QUALITY, Lud
den A Bates reputation, and in all, Lud
den A Bates satisfaction. Our Lndden
A Bates Piano Club in connection with
our inexpensive Mail Order department
saves you nearly $ 1 25 won h investiga
ting besides, we do not collect balance
due on piano in cose of death of parent
joining we give you a receipt in full
you keep the . piano in the home. For
particulars send for booklet No. 42 Do
Lur'den & Bates 5. M. H.
Engines and Boilers
Method ef Squaring a Log A Help to
In squaring a gatepost the first op
eration consists ill removing the bark
from the log. Id giving directions for
the work American Cultivator says:
For the sake of stability as large a
butt as Is possible Is left on the gatepost-
Only that portion, therefore,
which Is to stand above the ground Is
squared. The length of this portion Is
measured off and the log fixed so that
it will remain steady while the ends
are being marked. At the same time
it Is placed in such a position that the
most may be made cf the timber it
contains. The ease and Readiness with
which this is done depend entirely
upon the skill aud judgment largely
ihe result of practice aud experience
of the axman.
The tuiinrea or rectangles are uow
marked on the ends with the aid of
the level and rule. The first line (a
vertical onei Is obtained by drawing a
pencil along the face of the level when
it Is held plumb and as close to the
edge us it is deemed advisable to go.
The line t;t riulit angles t; this Is ob
tained by drawim; a line along the top
of the siinie instrument when it is held
level. The other lines necessary to
complete the rectair-lc ate then obtain
ed vtithcut i!:f!ie.:it,v by measurements.
Another way of mui W.niz the first line
on both eui;s is with the aid of a
plumb line, 'ihe other lines are then
marked off ;t w.th the a:d of a black
smith's jr o'hr s;mi:-e and a measure.
It is very ici-ess.: y that some nielli
od lie ado; -ted to prevent a "wind"
8Qr.i;iNO the rw.T. ;
or twist i:i the sqnaied log. Marking j
the first line on each end with the !
plumb Hue or level is an easy and i
satisfactory way of preventing this.
The endM having I een marked, it is 1
necessary to connect these marks with
lines which will show the axruau bow :
deep to chop. These lines are marked
or "struck" in a similar manner to that i
adopted by a carpenter for marking a j
chalk liue ou a board. A carpenter's i
line, a piece of fishing line or, failing !
these, a piece of siring or sewing ;
twine is i.se.l. Instead of coating the i
string with dry chalk, as the carpen- j
ter does, it is found betler for the ,
work in hand to use a liquid, such us '
Cuts, nr kerfs, at intervals of nine j
to twelve inches are now chopped with '
a common ax almost to the lines '
"struck. " Tl.e iiitei'vening blocks are
then spi t IT with ti.o same ax, after
which tin- edges are fnally trimmed ;
with Ihe squaring ax. !
'J lie partially squared log is uow roll- !
ed over until the remaining marks on
the cuds ni'e in a vertical pysitiou. lines ,
connecting t'.ese murks are "struck"
i.nd Ihe eile.es squared an the others
were squared. The top is then round- !
ed nfr will, ax and adz. This com
pletes tl.e squaring. The post is fin- '
isiied and is icaily for setting iu the
A Trellis For E'ackberries.
The Hatbliurn aud Lldorado blaek
benies should be grown in rows aud
be supported by a wire on each side.
I think the best way for making u
trellis for supporting blackberries is to
have a stout post at each end of the
row and have two wires runuiug be
tween the posts for the blackberries
tt t row r.piii. At a distance of til' teen
to twenty 'feet the wires should be tied
Ugetbcr with string, and where the
rows are very ling perhaps an occa
sional fiercer stake may be put In to
keep the wires from dropping too low.
I-'arm aud Fireside.
Ccbbene Fcr Nortbern Markets.
Cabbage for the northern market Is
grown in soutlern Florida quite ex ten
fively. The aci oir p.iiiviiig picture,
from Americab Agriculturist. wa. tak
CABUAGE 7S THF CRATE
en March U ot ralmetto, Fla Cab
bage Is cut and trinjmed. packed In
t rates es here shown Ld shipped to
The sittiation throughout the world
with regard to cotton production has
eoufinued to bo a subject nf investiga
tion liv the (lonnrtinoe.t nf i.n-i.iilt,,..Q
and it Is still Impossible to find any
j tangible evidence of the prospective
I production of cotton in any country
' which will be a aerious competitor cf
the upland cotton of this country.
Trinity aud Flowers.
Years sgo I read Ruskin's "Seasame
and Lilies,' and as the title suggested flow
ers, I opened the volume with toe expecta
tion of gaining some idea as to the cultiva
tion of flowers, or a description of, or deser
tation upon plant life. I was semewhat
disappointed. It did not come up to my ex
pectation as I did not get what I was looking
for. Long ago I turned the leaves' of a
work called "Plant Life," but 1 learned
nothing, beyond looking at the pictures 1
think the classification and analysis of the
defferent flowers was a dead letter to m,
nevertheless a flower garden filled with
beautiful, bright flowers I always loved
A short time ago I took a Sunday evening
stroll through what is Known as Northern
Trinity As I wondered back towards
night fall, not as the due was falling, but
as the tun was sinking slowly in the west,
casting a rick golden glory over all, my
eyes were attracted to the left of the street
where stands the beautiful residence of Mr
and Mrs. W. N. Elder. I had heard of their
collection of flowers, and had from the street
caupht glimpses of bright hued flowers, but
I had only faint idea of what that yard
held. Distance in some cases, "lends en
chantments to the view," but there are ex
ceptions. The flowers at the Elder place
must lx viWed at close range to be fully
At a distance the colors blend, the per
fume is scaitered, we behold it as a gayly
c doied picture, as a huge bouquet in a
frame One to get an idea of these fhweiS
must walk through the grounds, pay homege
to nch. as an i idividnal tlerantums of all
kinds, begonias, judisius, ferns, (this is ns
far as I can go as te nanies all kinds, tizes
mid colors imaginable.
Passing horn the first circle of floral de
lidits. we entered the second circle, ly a
si 'e pa'e, and In! we were literally encircled
w i h II' wers.
1'ar'eers of gorgeous bright lined flowers
wav-d their golden heads to the evening
hr.cy ! thought of the "Hanging Uai-dea-"
i f Pahy'nn, of Orange ai d "Pome
granite L'rives" of the ".MliaiiiUr."." !t
on'v n -'did ti e oonliglit's fanciful shadows
to u::,!e e the delusion.
Vo- ile r is rolden yello.v. where (lie zinnia
t ir- - la - dial 111. e face to the sun vender
-:'''. .ihere the Egyptian s g erects iis
t ' l , u nci- Here is a patteete of the purple
v.'tl.e- a. tl-ere the enphoilia slads its si'ver
ha!, ii-'i'i rthe orange j in'i mil es in
tl.i mwv fl nvers of the bea-uiui not lamily,
; :ii" heyo i! id eye r.nims over tie- pink bl"s
- .- s i f the ti-'i family I' was lad to
a.- I: iw iv from such li liir'its. I left
GREATEST FUN MAKER
Wonderful Moving Picture Machine
Gives No End of Amusement.
You Can Have a Theatre
. in Your Home.
Hoys and fjirls and parents-do you
like to have fun?
And boys, do you like to make money
while you ure having a lot of fun?
Here is an offer that means fun for the
boys, fun for the girls, fun for the par
ents an offer thut will turn your home
into a veritable theatre-no end of
amusement for everybody.
I nieun a moving picture machine a
KKAL moving picture machine that will
throw moving pictures such as you may
have seen at tug entertainments. I'ntil
recently no one could buy a moving pic
ture machine for less than SUVKKAI.
Hl'XDKKIi DOLLARS, hut now you
have an offer to get a moving picture
machine with Sat moving pictures A II
SOLITKLY KKKK. Just think a mov
ing picl lire macniiie out lit KKKK! 0
Scenes aud events from all over tne
world arc brought riuhl tu your home
by this moviiu' picture machine. There
is untiling that cannot be reproduced by
t lie machine. Vo l may mi-stirring burse
rai es, ex- itin.' prize lights, if you want
I heal. daring hiiruUri'-.s. w ith the thieves
'tM'inyr citug'it iu the act by our trusty
cameras, battle scene., fishing scenes,
pictures o penpl.' in church, pictures of
President iloosevclt aud oilier givnt
men delivering skmc!i-.-s. ph tmes of
children at play, li luting scenes. gr at
l"ll'tlliU.lKcs. and llllM'lleds ill otheis
tint woalil Keeaiy iiue.vst everyone.
Mr. ICHis has j Jio ii.-niplicis ever in
readiness lo pliol'i.-rapli every impor
tant happening ui iti" day. so tuitt yo i
i-"prodii,:c in your own laune any public
event taking pi i e in New York or any
where elsu as if you had been on '.he
gromnl yourself. You can see ships
cumin;: into the. harbor of New York i r
lloston. you cu:i s v Imliaus tightiug on
llie plains in Ine West, you can even see
iliee.vpiosion of u Kiissian battleship as
il is tired upon by t!i. 'Japanese. You can
see the imu liets of l.arnpe, the people in
the slreets of Paris an I Naples, wild
animals in the forest s i Africa, and e
citing horse r.i'-es. pictures ol all kinds
go with this moving picture inachinc.
so that there is no cud of entertainment.
PtM4mA flwrtt K. Ftlk. k kM
rr1 tUp or rickt t wy lb
oMlril Jtvlc I'll lor lehlfte.
THIS MOVING PICTURE
TUP fllmc; which reproduce the wonderful
ine nulla pictures shown by this machine
are thirty-two pictures to the foot, popular
standard size. This is the sine endorsed hy the
leading movin? picture entertainers who make
thousands of dollars a year showing excited
audiences pictures ot momentous events. The
films are all contained on a lU-fixt endless
chain. These films are taken one after the
other and catch the moving" objects in the
different st aires of action, thus presenting them
to the eye as if the objects were really alive
Ynii ilnn'f need ,n do much traveling
i ou aon i neea wnen yoil h!ive g(H
niovimr picture machine in the house. You
can sit rlsrht In your own parlor and look at
scenes from all over the world lust as if you
bad traveled thousands upon thousands of
miles and were look In? at the real scenes
themselves. The moving picture machine
keeps the entire household in a continual
round of huiBhter when the funny pictures are
shown.. Mail the coupon.
Fn inclnnro when yon are looking at a
i ui lujinuLC huntinc scene and the horse
on which a hunter is ridinr takes a tumble
when he lumps the fence it is funny to see the
rl-ler roll over and over on the around and
then srt up and feel the lump on bis bead.
The machine Is very popular when there is a
party ut your house.
the lady of this floral retreat watering one
and all alike as regards color or form.
I am glad to have awn these beautiful
flowers I am glad old Trinity is looking
up through the eyes of faith, and flowers to
higher and nobler things, and may the last
cf Trinitv compare favorably with the first.
' When trere is the alighest indication of
indigestion, heart burn, flatulence or any
form of stomach trouble take a little &odol
occasionally and you will be afforded prompt
relief. Kodol is a compound of vegetable
acid and contains the juices found in a
healthy stomach. Kodol digests what you
eat, makes your food do you go si. Sold
by Standard Drugl.o, aud Ashelioro Drug
I desire tn thank the citizens cf AslieWo
for their patronage since I opened my shop
here aud assure them that all work sent me
in blacksmithieg aud horse shoeing will be
carefully looked after
IlEV. H. DAVID, Aahrhoro, S.C.
M irthu Thayer, et al,
Richard (Ira vis, ct .il.
The defendants. Jiwph Cox. Mamie Cox Vain
pej and Alleu Vullilier, will take notice that an
nciiou eniuiei as anove mis nccti commenced in
i the Suierior Court of Kaudolpli County to sell u
! eeitain parcel of land situated In Klchianil
I Ti-w liship in Mild county for division a. oug
. tenant- in common of vthii h said defenduut are
jnirt owner.; and the said deiendunts will far
ther take notice that thev lire required ti aei:r
I at Iheolliee of the Clerk of the Superior eoail of
, Uaiiiolph (ounty at the court hou-e in Ashe
I hum, N. C, on the !'th day of Autu-t. 1!M7. and
' answer or demur to the Hiiuoi' in Mini action
or the petitioners will apply to Uu- court for llic
, relief dciiuuicled in sunt petition,
i W . C. IIAM.!UV1.
CleiK suiK-rior C.aut.
'll'ls.Wii day of July, IM.
KtTIt 1 .
iia ine '.iiialifi'"1 ts .A',-iiiiiistr tor on the es
tate of W. K. ij-.w- . .-c i-.li . Ir fi l -W. ('. H.lli
iiiiuiil. Clerk i f Hie t i i ( u il i f Kaialo pn
All p r-.ni hnv ec i hrias i cainsl -aal K.vr
are mi:. II it to i r-i i.t II.' la 'o llie i n n-r-i. lu-u,
ilali ci itic' on --r i.c' ,ie Ui- i-ih Hi o( iii-e
ltiis or II. w,-l . p. uil.-.l ' in lar.l
their reei'vt ry in it all i i. n. i,ii e is.
talc w l; come fi-iii.i u i n..i!;e iiriim di.i.i set-
'I a is .'.'Ih d, i 1 f y,uv. MkC.
l'. 1.. lit! 1 S. .V I I AViS
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ERE IS A PHOTOGRAPI1 OF THE
E-. It Is the irn'atest entertainer ever invented : no end of fun mid merriment for yrr- .
self ami nil your visitors. Kverybiaiy will be j-lnil to i oine lo your la. me wi t n yi u
have one of these Krut movinu pi ture nuuiiini sum: von will lunch until your slili s sp'it
when you see the Immy pictures. When yi a own Ibis n ovtmr i n line n ai Line i ui II c 1
tilm of i.'tl frii' pictures, you can pive eutertaiiunents in il ii.nkc lots and lots i : mi ia y.
Yon will besought uftcr at ciiuiili cnicrtainmeuis nun every social Una lien in your I
lie laovini: w
.wii ir rav of liuht -Jli l
in liinnieler: lamn is fitted with irreul ssleti
h'.'lit power, lias far im'nter linlit power tlian
i -iiulle power on the screen and l.rinirii:;r ,u; ' v
I'tslirielness. The eartiide Is iil'ii'ljih: s.ile, ifc
t..tttt its absolute salety.
With the outllt we send hook with Ins-rue-:
mr.ehine. Any eliiid can learn in ttve uiinates 1.,
gQYS ""'s marvelous
.. Moving Picture
Mane" You can make plenty
of money giving moving Pic
T am delimited with the Machine. I have been offered
four dollars more than I paid for it. I.eonurd Alter, '
HlfAltUl,:, y. y.
The Movinc Picture Machine Is all rlcht: It works all
rich! and I um pleased with it. I thank you a thou
sand times, for it. W.J. Lord, iiwuaiiii, a. y.
The Movlne Picture Machine works like a charm. I
expect to make a treat deal of money with It. J. Victor
ttitziiiaii, SJ4 Mulberry Street, lieiulinu, i'o.
I find the Moving Picture Muchlne to lie exactly as
represented and 1 wish to thank you u thousand limes
for it as it is brincini; me lioth fun and money. Kurl
MACHINE IS A GREATER
Fvprv ITrsmn may be turned Into a regular
livery liome o0,j miP hy civine moving
picture shows, hor Instance there Is no one
who would not be wllllntr to pay to see Presi
dent Koosevelt delivering one of his speeches.
If c fph! yu ran almost hear the
il 13 u real words und all one has to do
is to read the speech he is delivering and you
- SHOORlfO TBI CHCTlt8 AT OOHET ISLAITD, H. T.
cart see every test n re he makes. Boys. It is
marvelous. The live hoy with one of these
machines can make plenty of money all be
w&ntr to spend. Send coupon. '
By virtue of the power vested in us by order of
the Superior Court of Kandolph County, North
Carolina. In the action entitled Julia C. Fuller
ami other against Baxter Peacock and others,
we will mi the 27th day of August, 10?. at It
o'clock, M ., sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder for casli. it the court house door in
Ashcboro. N C, the following described real
First tract known as the Sum my tract, begin
ning at a stone on the south side of the LexliiR
ton and Favetteville road, corner made for Mrs.
Julia C. Fuller in Mrs. Elizabeth Miller's line,
thence norm 19 chains and links to,a stone at
Elizabeth Miller's corner, thence south 87 de
grees east, IB chains and 75 links to a stone her
corner lu KenU'ii Cameron's line, thenee north
i decrees east 14 chains aud x links to a stone in
said Cameron's line, corner of the Home-stake
mining lands, thence north 45 degrees west 9
chains mi 84 links to a stone, corner of same,
thence north id li degrees east, 5 chains to a
stone corner of same in the Salisbury and Ashe
bom road, thence south 60 decrees west with
said road, 4 chains and 50 links to a stout iu said
road, thence south 76 degrees west with road Vi
chains and 50 links to a stone in said road at
bend of same, thence south 05 degrees west with
mad, 4 chains and 75 links to a stone on or near
edKe of said road, corner made for Mrs. Julia C,
Fuller, thence south 63 decrees west, again with
said road 9 chains to a stone in said Mud her
other corner, thenee south 20 deifees eut. 24
chain- and 50 links to a stone at the road her
corner, thenee south til decrees S chains and 50
I links toa stone on the north edge of the Lcx
, iiiKton and Fayettevilie road, her corner, thence
south 42 decrees east with said road 10 chains
and 48 links M the beginning, containing 1-2
I acres more or less,
j Second tract, known a the Cashatt tract, be
i ginning at a stone corner of the Laughliu Mine
, tract. chain and imi links east oftheenrn
' ei of I elk : Brown Mining tract, thence south
I thirty-three chains and 75 links Stephen Cody's
eoii.eroii mining line, thence west 24 chains and
I 5t links to a stone his corner at a branch tit the
I moat h of a deep gully coming in on the north
side. hence up said branch as It nicanrieis Its
, vaiioiis cour-es nb mt 12 chains and 2fi links to
: a -lone, thenee north ; 1-2 digrees west 7 chains
ami 2d links to a stone l.on I uugliliii's corner,
ss ih grees east .fi chains 60 links to a stone his
coiner, thence ninth 7 degices east 7 chains and
; i'R Hnk to a s-ot.e 1 1- corner, thenee south S3 12
di are- west h chains unit 21 links to a stone,
foiineily s hakiry in PurrishV 1-nc. thence
la nh la eln.jn. to a stone Hei.rv Je!ks corner ut
ornearu blanch. Ni ih Krei s east H eluiMi- unilaO
!n,!,-loa sione i ear a spring, thenee ulsiut N
Ili l-v ilef i-i east -i. as to leave the same spring
: lo H.-i.iy 1 elk, lino n -ar or w ith the braiieh, in
p: ri, ti el,.-.ii s ton stoi.e in tin- old Casl.att
iH'ik line, ileuij iv'k's ei.n.ir. thence east on
i i mils to ts-giiii.iiig. eont.nning
trait, k'.oii a- Milkr A Piown land-,
if al a s!"i,e Julia C. t-i.llers pee, and
ih. i ee ii r'li 28 ci-iiins aim 20 iii-k to a
ei,.v w--t ." i lai'ii- ami To lii.lis to u
i" e lior'.h III "i ainalai Ml lints t" u
. i.c cast 22 il i.ins and Mi links to a
i.i- tl ei.ee 1,1'tte. Hi chains aro : links
i ,'"al; i nee east I. chains and 25
a -ta;;c. tliv'i.. c south ,"u links lo n wlii:e
l ee ea't; chains anil 25 links to a dug-
KARV CLCI S MOVING rtCTl RE M
clal-KUl l In- pleiure in
THE WONDERFUL KCVING
name and address very plainly. Mail ,
this to me today. As soon as I receive It I will mail yotrlftof the most bountiful pictures
you eversaw all in brilliant and shimnierlngeolors. There are fourteen different colors
m me pictures, an wrought topctner in tne most spiemnu manner, l want you to dis
tribute these pictures on a siiecial offer among the people you know for 25 cents aniere.
They cannot get these pictures at the art
n uic liHiuirj, il you wish, uiuumiM,
any one person, wnen you nave aisirinuiea me zn pictures yon will have collected 17.00.
Send the seven dollars to me and I will Immediately send you KKKK the moving pietun 1
machine outfit and the 10 feet of film, containing 320 moving pictures, all completeTFHEf
x oii vc ine soie num. wjivr mnj uc niov ii on uire niHcnme nun tne moving pic
tures, and the hrst one who answers will be the first one to receive the great gifts.
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LsmCsl or lew oaf tills frM tTBraWWWWWSSl ..
fl: MceaMry. SIbsIf
J umi ni airfastliialr,
uai ts som M I melts
yMr retweat I will tci roa tbt aiclaras pre
paiik laea all oa Kill kara to i is la
e'ialrlaale At fictaraa, aa lac mlaf' siclerc
acaiaa Wilt bt foara.
CIIAS. E. ELLIS
649 W. 43d STREET
NEW YORK CITY
Wtiod, thence south S3 chains and 85 links to A . I
slake, tiieui-e east seventeen chains aud Hrtir
links to a post oak. thenee south twentv-t.hrS.sL
chums and fifty links to the stake, thence east
eight chains and fifty links to a stake in the
. ............. .., tiieuur sou in nity
degrees west five chains to a stake, thence south
-ixtv decre west with said mad, eighteen cits
and fifty links to a stake, thence south seventy -live
degrees west with said road twelve chains
aud tiity links t-iastako. thence south sixty-live
degrees west with said road, four chains and
s- veniy five links to the stake, thence north
el ven degrees west thirteen chains to a stake
thence south eighty-seven degrees west, twenty
six chains to the beginning, containing two hun
dred and seventy.two acres more or leas. JT
F nrth tract. Half interest in the Bumner
mill tract, containing 17 1-2 acres mere or loss.
Fifth tract. A tract of land known a the Brown
mine, coutalnlng about 48 acres, more or lew.
Also the following personal property consisting
of stocks, etc.; "
Five shares of stock in the American Furniture
Company uf, Lexington, N C.
U0 shareAaif slock in Oak Dale Cotton Mill
Jamestown, N. C. ,i
50 shares of stock in First National But. High,
Point N.C. ."
18 shares of stock in Bank of Lexington, -N C
6 shares of stock in Greensboro National Bank
Greensboro, N. C. ''
(I shares ot stock In Bank nf Rnnriivlnh i.h.'
boro, N. C.
5 shares of stock in Bank of ThomasvUle
Thomasville N. C.
6 haras of stock liUhe High Point Milling Co.
Greensboro, N. C. " '
toicli in me moral ixrdHaa l
Sai'ings Bunk and Trust Cx, High Point. W. C, VSk.
J. A, SPENCE. f CO,UmlM,ODer1'
This July 24th, 1IIQ7.
Sh'KnUy. I-iot Court.
William J. Blair, Einelinc J. Peunv und husband
Denny, (iustuvis N. Hunt, Wtnlieli J
Hunt. KolK'rt P. Hunt. Edward K. Hunt. Will,
lain l)ix. liirain Mx, Koland 1)1 x. Anna baven.
isirt ami her husband. Iiaveupnrt, Sarah
Walton and husband Walton and burah
Ihe defendants nhoveinmed will take m.Uce
that an action cmPied us above has hccii com
menced in t!ie Si;M rior i oi.n of p.audolph
County to sell real estate of Sallle J. Pluir, dee'd,
to niisc asset to piy l;i-r ilit-, siud land siUiat
cd in I rin ty lownsh p. tinmiolph Counlv, a4
jomiug the lands of W. .1. BitikaH, nnri sunt de
icniliuits will further take notice that they are
rcquin il Ui ap-.ir at the elli'-e of the Clerk of
the Superior ( oiirt in said t .'iiuty on the 5th,
nay oi Auuusi. I!7, and uu-ir, picador de?
inurlolhe eoinpiaiiit ill saal action, or the
plaintiff will upply tu the curt lor the relief
iktmii.iled in said action.
I W. r. HAMMOND,.
j Cletk of si jierior Court.
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