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IKwtora Declare Against Alcohol afi
The New York Sun says that In
the International Coogreas of Phys
iotheraphy recently convened In Ber
lin. "Professor Ewald, perhaps the
most eminent clinical teacher In the
Berlin Unverety,, said he had reach-',
ed the conclusion that in no infec-
tioue disease has the value of alco
hol been proved and that it dimin
ishes the natural resistance to the
inroads of disease."
There is a doctor in Charlotte
who baa consistently held to this
-view for a number of years and he
M seeing other doctors coming: to
his ideas. The Sun holds that Pro
fessor Kwald's contention confirms
what every clear-viBioned phyysician
of experience has observed at the
Ojedside. that whenever alcohol is
administered it handicaps the pa
tient, because it lowers the blood
pressure; it is a temporary spur to
the failing heart with a subsequent
' - preseion to which many a eick
roan has succumbed without reali
zation of the cause of "heart fail
ure." One wh has seen the purple
hued complexion, sodden features
and perspiring, relaxed skin of an
Intoxicated man needs no medical
training to know tha there Is a
case of complete relaxation, the body
presenting as sad evidence of crip
pling aa does the mind. If this re-
' suit may ensue in an individual wh
is in health, how much more seri
ously must the vital powers be de
preciated In diseases in which other
poisons are already playing havoc
with the heart and nervous system.
Alcohol as a stimulant is dying
as hard aa did blood-letting as a
panacea. The latter succumbed to
an enlightened pathology and the
former is now sharing the same
Respects for Father.
Those of us who are not like the
. Athenians, always looking for new
things, are not as enthusiastic over
special dajs as some others, and we
" Have long since given tip the at
tempt to kieep trace of them. We
have Rally Day, Children's Day,
Temperance Day, Mother's Day and
other Days too numerous to men
tion - In Pennsylvania a member of the
tower House seriously introduced
a bill to make the first Sabbath in
June, F&ther's Day, and while we
do. sot know the fate of the bill,
-we ere willing to waive our prej
udices against Days and vote for th
: fathers to have chance,.
Without detracting from the
' honor and lore due to the mother,
who deserve far than they re
ceive, we have long felt that the
fathers have not been sufficiently
recognized; yet there are scenes
from the life of many a father that
would touch every heart. Who has
ever -'"ted the father walking the
floor with the crying child at mid
night; or kindling the fires at ear
ly dawn while others slept; or grow
(fig into an old decrepit man
he toils from day ot day.
The life of a father In many a
' home Is dangerously near a trag-
-erf- reminding us of the early
hristiaattsfio were "butchered to
. make a Roman holiday." -
As some sort of a compensation
'for what he endures, we say, by
-U means, let the old man have his
dav, and let his children rise up
.-and call him blessed.
Tfes mother needs no appeal In
"her behalf because from Eve down
Iter merts have generally been rec-
-ognlzed, end whatever she has re
ceived she has fully earned. We
are 29t reflecting on the mother.
It la ft-r the father that we es
pecially ?peat, the bread winner of
-tins family, the pack-horse of the
IioubsuoII, i he one who furnishes
the zuan'tiens of war in the battle
of life. ilc. feels his isolation and
longs for sympathy, as he stretches
forth his hands, burdened by toil,
w reverently clasp them and give
thsa a sympathetic squeeze. In
his behrlf we endorse this Penn
A CHILD DOESN'T
If little Stomach is Sour, Liver
Torpid and Bowels CIogged--Look
a Tongue, Mother.
KHve "California Syrup of Figs"
at once a teaspoonful today often
saves a sick child tomorrow.
If your little one is out of sorts,
half sick, isn't resting, eating, and
acting naturally look. Mother, see
If tongue is coated. This is a sure
sign that its little stomach, liver
and bowels are clogged with waste.
When cross. Irritable, feverish, Btonu
wn wur, wa or nas swm-
ach - ache, diarrhoea, sore throat,
full of cold give a teaspoonful of
.'California Syrup of Figs,", and in
a tew hours all the constipated poi
son, undigested food and sour bile
gently moves out of its little bowels
without griping, and you have
well, playful child again. 5 -.
Mothers can rest easy after sir
ing this harmless "fruit laxative,"
because It never falls to cleanse the
little -one's liver and bowels and
sweeten the stomach and they dear
ly love Its pleasant taste. Full di
rections for babies, children of all
ages and for grown-ups printed on
, Beware of counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask your druggist for a 60-cent bot
tle of "California Syrup of Figs,"
then see that it is made by tbe"Cal
Ifornia Fig Syrup Company." Dont
A local weekly like The Courier
to succeed should keep in touch
with the people. Therefore, the ed-
itor of The Courier extends an in
vitation not only to subscribers to
. . t ' . . ,
tllIs PaPer bu everybody else
to call at The Courier office when
they are in town and give us the
benefit of any local news items
which may be of interest. Cold day
there is always a good fire burning
and everybody is welcome; the latch
string hangs on the outside. If you
cannot pay all of your subscription
now, pay what you can. The Cou
rier wants to turn over a new leaf.
The subscription price will not be
raised now. It will remain at pres
ent a dlollar a year. Most of the
weekly papers in the State have in
they have Increased their facilities
creased their subscription price as
for making a better paper. The Cou
rier has decided to adopt better
business methods. It cannot afford
to trust everybody everywhere. Too
many move off or die who owe for
a year or longer time. The losses
we sustain in the course of a year
are considerable. The price of The
Courier is the same that it was
nearly a quarter of a century ago
when the present owner took charge
of the paper. Then corn and cot
ton and wheat and oats were worth
little more than half what they are
now, a day's wa'ges were worth
about half what they are now. The
employees In The Court ar office get
from fifty to seventy-five per cent
more for wages now. Everything
that goes into the makeup of the
paper is from seventy-five to one
hundred per cent more than it was
then. It will be seen that everything
has gone up except the price of the
paper and we are putting from five
to ten times as much original mat
ter in the paper as there was then.
The Courier has been brought face
to face with a loss at the end or
every year for several years. Pub
lished In a small town' with a circu
lation of an average of five thou
sand subscribers a year it is impos
sible for us to get more than one
half what our advertising space is
really worth, for practically every
body in this section of the State,
whether a subscriber or not reads
The Courier every week. The short
age at the end of each year is be
coming a considerable proposition
and the only thing The Courier can
do is to adopt better business meth
ods and Insist upon a prompt pay
ment by everyone who takes the pa
pen The rule In the past has been
payment In advance but it has not
been lived op to and the conse-
quences are that more than twen-
ty-five per cent of our subscription
list has been lost in bad debts and
by people moving away and so forth
In the future no name will be put
on the hooks without payment in
advance and those who are now sub
scribers are expected to pay prompt
ly and as a business matter they
are asked to pay in advance.
Ht costs one dollar at prevailing
price to print the sort of paper The
Courier issues every week. It is not
expected that any money will be
made out of The Courier. It is de
sired that the cost of its publica
tion be made.
Statements have recently been sent
cut) and several hundred have re
sponded but there are still many
who have not paid. All delinquents
are expected to send In their remit
tance promptly and without further
delay addressing their letter to The
Courier. Asheboro, N. Q.
"Pape's Diapepsin" Oures a Sick
Sour Stoirsrb TO-w Minutes
Stop Starving Stonaclb .'H.Iff
"Really doee" put bad stomachs
in order "really does" overcome
indigestion, dyspepsia, gas, heart
burn and sourness in five minutes
thatjust that makes Pape's Di-
apepsin the largest selling stomach
regulator in the world. If what you
eat ferments into stubborn lumps
you belch gas and eructate sour, un
digested food and acid; head is
dizy and aches; breath foul; tongue
coated; your insides filled with bile
and indigestible waste, remember
the moment "Pape's Diapepsin"
comes in contact with the stomach
all distress Vanishes. It's tru
ly astonishing almost marvelous
and the joy is its harmleeaness.
A large fifty-cent case of Pape's
Diapepsin will give you a hunderd
dollars' worth of satisfaction or your
druggist hands you money back.
It's worth its weiight ln gold to
men and women who can't get their
stomachs regulated. It belongs in
your home should always be kept
handy in case of a sick, sour, up
set stomach during the day or
at night. ' It's the quickest, surest
and most harmless stomach doctor
ln tb6 worid
DR. JOHN 8WAIM
Asheboro, NT. C.
Office over Postoffice
Better Cough Syrup than
You Can Buy
Family Supply, Saving; 'i
and lullr (Guaranteed. II
A full pint of cough syrup as much
as .you could buy for $2T0 can easily
be made at home. You will And nothing
that takes hold of the ordinary cough
more quickly, usually conquering it in
sjde of 24 hours. Excellent, too. for
spasmodic croup, whooping cough, bron
chial asthma and bronchitis.
Mix one pint of granulated sugar with
pint of warm water, and stir for 2
minutes. Put 2V4 ounces of Pinex (fifty
cints' worth) in a pint bottle, ttien add
the Sugar Syrup. It keeps perfectly,
'lake a teaspoonful every one, two or
This is just laxative enough to help
relieve a cough. Also stimulates the
appetite, which is usually upset by a
cough. The taste is pleasant.
The effect of pine and sugar syrup on
the inflamed membranes is well known.
Pinex is a most valuable concentrated
compound of Norway white pine extract,
rich in ruaiacol and other natural
healing pine elements. Other prepara
tions will not work in this combination.
This Pinex and Sugar Syrup remedy
has often been imitated, but the old suc
cessful mixture baa never been equaled.
It is now used in more homes than any
other cough remedy.
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes with
this preparation. Your druggist has
Pinex, cr will get it for you. If not,
send to The Pinex Co., Ft Wayne, Ind.
Rats Do Start Fires Caught 1
Rats do sometimes steal matches
and start fires. Prof for skeptics;
For an hour yesterday afternoon
smoke from nobody knew where
sifted through the six-story tene
ment bouse at 134 Cannon street,
on the East Side. Persistent snif
fling traced it to the, kitchen of
Solomon Lichblaum on the third
floor. It was curling through a
crack under the sink.
Solomon called the firemen. They
tore up the floor and found a rat's
nest made of rags. The rags were
smoldering. In another hour the ra
family would have had no home.
All my life people have been tell
ing me that rats are responsible for
some tenement fires, but I never
believed it until now," said Battal
ion Chief Helm. iNew York Sun.
Let fl E Rot Your Compost
t aa the champion rotter of the world.
rU rot leaves, etrw, (talk, manure,
awdttit or any other vegetable matter,
even dirt, into a rich, high-grade fer
tilixer, in leas than two auratha.
Jnrt keep me on the Job and I will save
yon a big lot of that fertiliser money.
If ytra want to know all about thl
compoat rotting, aa well as (praying
and preventing hog cholera, write
"Bed Devil," 61S N. Seoond Street,
St Loals, Ho., and I'll send you a
ltttlo book, free, that telle how.
Iam Red Devil Lye
C hor BIU CANS
Almoat aa big aa thoae costing 10c
BATE HT LABELS.
Sow Red Clover Seed early in the Spring
on your Wheat and fall-sown Grain.
It's the best time to aow. .
Wood's Trade Mark Brand
is the best American-grown seed,
of highest percentages of purity
and germination. Write for
prices and samples, mailed free
Wood's 1914 Descriptive Catalog
gives best time and methods of
seeding Grasses and Clovers, and
also tells about all the best
Catalog Mailed free. Write for it.
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
CRAVEN & REDDING
Law Bid?. Asheboro, N. C.
General practice. Special at
tention to land liberation. Crim
inal practice and collections.
WEAK KIDNEYS OFTEN THE
RESULT OF OVERWORK.
On several occasions I have been
unable to work and suffered severe
pains in my back, due to my kid
neys. I called on a doctor of Ripon,
Wis., but received no relief.
I tried Dr. Kilmer's .Swamp-Root
which gave me instant relief. I
was then able to resume work.
Slwamp-Root is the only relief I
can get from kidney disease which
I am subject to in the spring of
the year. I am writing thia testi
monial through my own free will
that snifferers of kidney and blad
der diseases will know of the won
derful merits of Swamp-Root. I rec
ommend Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root
whenever I can and always have a
bottle of Swamp-Roct in my home.
I purchased Swamp-Root of Mr.
C. J. Burnside, Druggist, 202 Main
St.. Ripon. Wis.
Very truly yours,
THOMAS J. LYNCH.
525 Newberry Street, Ripon, Wis.
I have read the above statement
that Thomag J. Lynch bought Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp - Root at my 6tore
and made oath the above statement
is1 true in substance and fact.
E. J. BURNSIDE.
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 15th day of November, 1911'
F. A. PRESTON.
Dr. Kilmer . Co.,
Btnghainton, N. Y
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer and
Company. BinRhamton, N. Y., for a
sample size bottle. It willl convince
anyone. You will also ra eive a
booklet of valuable information,
telling about the kidneys and blad
der. When writing, be sure ana
mention the Weekly Courier, Regu
lar fifty-cent and one-dollar size
bottles for sale at all drug stores,
Bv virtue of an order of the su
perior court of Randolph county ln
the special proceeding entitled Cor
delia McNeill et al Ex parte, 1 win
on the 9th day of Feb.. 1914, at 2
o'clock p. m. on the premises sell
to tha highest bidder for cash at
public auction all the merchantable
timber on the following described
tracts of land, to-wit;
First Tract. Beginning at a post
oak. running west 25 chains to
red oak, thence south 34 chains to
a gum, the county une; tnence u.
on said line 59 chains' and 50 links
to a stone: thence north 31 chains
to a poet oak in Hancock line con
taining 180 acres more or less.
Second Tract. Beginning at
stake in George McNeill's line on
east side of factory road and run'
nine south 87 rods to a stake la
Kennedy's line and thence east 20
rods to a stake in McNeill's line.and
thence with McNeill's line to the be
ginning, containing 5 1-2 acres mor
. The timber on the dower will
first be sold separate and then all
will be sold aa a whole, and ample
time will be given tenths cutting
and removal of 'e&ld timber from
This January 2, 1914.
J. A. SPENCE, Coanmr.
TsatA fiale Notice.
By virtue 'of the powers vested
In the undersigned oy aecree ren
dereed In the special proceeding en
titled "A. M. Barker, executor of
Franklin Stout, dee'd, vs. Shelly
Stout et al," in the Superior Court
of Randolph county, I will sell at
public auction et the court house
door in Asheboro, N. C, on Tuesday
the 10th day of Feb.. 1914, at 12
o'clock M. the following lands situ
ate in said county, bounded as fol
lows tiowit: Beginning at a post
oak; runs south 23.73 chains to a
stone; thence east 15 chains to
stone; thence north 13 chains to
chestnut oak, thence east 19 chains
to a stone; thence north 12.73 chain
to a stake; thence west 25.50 chs.
to the beginning, ooauUinlng 52
acres, more or less.
Terms of sale: One-third each,
balance upon a credit of six month
approved security to be given for
beaar interest from day of sale, ti
ne to oe retained till all purchase
money is paid..
This is a resale of said lands
account of the 10 per cent advance
om or Mr. Alien on the $525 bid
of John Waddell. This land will be
sow in two tracts, to-wit: one tract
of 32 acres lying on the west end
thereof as one tract and the
Imainder as the other tract.
This Jan. 20, 1914.
A. M. BARKER,
Executor of Franklin Stout, dee'd.
IN 30 DAYS
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shorthand complete in only thirty
days. You can learn in spare time
in your own home, no matter wher
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Chicago Correspondr n ce Schools
939 Chicago Opera House Block
Chicago, ia. ;
Having Qualified as Extr. on the
estate of Levi Cox, deceased, be
fore W. C. Hammond, clerk of the
Superior Court of Randolph coun
ty, all persons havtag claims against
aid estate are notified to present
them to the undersigned, duly veri
fied. On or heform tha On A Aav r.t
January, 1915, or this -notice will be
pieaaea in bar or their recovery;and
aJl persons owlner said stat will
ccme forward and malm immints
This 31st day of December, 1913.
OliAN T. MACON, Extr
Ramseur, N. C, R. F. D. 1.
By virtue of an order of sale
granted by the superior court of
Randolph county, made in the spec
ial proceedings entitled W'illard A.
tmith, et al, vs. F. S. Smith, I
will srll at public auction to the
highest bidder at the court house
door in Randolph county, on the
lbth day of February, 1914, at 12
o'clock, M., the tract of land de
Rcribed in the petition in this cause.
Said tract of land is in Richland
township, Randolph county, and de
sert Ded as follows;
Beginning at a rock pile in J. J.
Handcock's line, running north 24
Chains to a stone pile in Solomon
Williams line; thence west 20 chns.
and 60 link3 to a white oak on
west Fide of a branch; thence S.
19 chains and 50 links to a stone,
formerly a rod oak; thence west
8 chains and 65 links to a stone.
John Presnell's corner, formerly pe
titioner's corner; thence south 9
chains and 60 links to a stone pile
in said Presnell's. or formerly peti
tioner s line; thence east 29 chns.
and 5 links to a stone pile in I.
F. Handcock's line; thence north
4 chains and 85 links to a stone
pile around a pine snag, said Hand
cock's corner; thence east 4 chns.
and 75 links to a stone pile, the
beginning, containing 80 acres more
Terms of Sale, Cash.
This Jan. 10, 1914.
JOHN T. BRITTAIN,
North . Carolina, Randolph county,
Superior Court, Before the Clerk.
W. E. Free and C. R. Brooks, Ex
eemtors of the last will and testa
ment of M. V. Brooks, deceased and
Sallie p. Free v. Sue Carlln Slier
and husband John Siler, Mollie
Hudson, Hattie Brooks, K. W.
Brooks, Lucy Rains and husband,
Henry Rains. J. R. Brooks and
The defendants, John Siler,hus-
band of Sue Carlln Siler, and J
R. Brooks, will take notice that an
action entitled as above has been
commenced in the superior court of
Randolph county and that summon
has issued for them in said action
returnable on the 9th day of Feb
ruary 1914 before the clerk of
the said court at his office in the
county court house ln Asheboro,
N. C.; that the nature and purpose
of said action is as follows, to
wit; to sell for partition among
defendants and petitioners a certain
tract' of land of which the late M.
V. Brooks died slezed and to have
a portion of the proceeds of said
sale declared assets ln the hands
of the executors of the said M. V
Brooks, deceased, for the payment
of bis debts and the costs or aa
ministration: that Sallie P. Free an
Sue Carlln Slier were each devised
a forty acre tract of said land by
the last will of said M. V. Brooks,
deceased, and the other heirs of
said decedent including Sallie P.
Carlin Siler were devised the resi
due as tenants in common cxclu
sive of K. W. Brooks; said defen
dants will further take noltce that
tbey are required to appear at afore
said time and place named for re
turn of summons and answer
demur to the petition of Petition
ers or the relief demanded there
in will be granted.
This Jan. 8, 1914.
W. C. HAMMOND,
Clerk Superior Court
North: Carolina, Randolph Coun
ty. In the Superior court. Eugene
Hughes vs. Nettie Hughes.
The defendant, Nettle Hughes
will take: notice that an action en
titled as above has been commenced
against her in the Superior Court
for Randolph county and that sum
mone has issued in said action, re
turnable at the term of the Supe
rior Court for Randolph county be
ginning on the second Monday after
tha first Mnoday ia March. 1914;
that the nature fo said action is
as follows: To obtain a divorce
from defendant, Nettie Hughes,
upota the ground of certain acts of
adultery committed by said de
fendant and to obtain the custody
of the children of plaintiff and de
fendant; said defendant will further
take notice that she is required to
he and appear at the county court
Ihousa In. Asheboro,; North Carolina,
before the Judge of said court at
the time heretofore named for re
turn of said summons and answer
or demiur to the complaint filed In
this action, or the plaintiff will ap
ply to the court to be allowed to
prove the allegations thereof; and
have the relief demanded.
This Dec.. 26, 1913.
W. a HAMMOND,
Clerk Superior Court Randolph
Hammer end Kelly, Attorneys for
J. W. AUSTIN, ffl. D.
Practlcs Limited to
Eys, Ear, Nose and Threat,
South MaiaSL, eexItoP. 0.
HI6H POINT, N. G. ' "
By viitu of uower of sain con
tained in the mortgage executed r
J M. Smith and wife, Emma N.
Smith, to the People's Savings, Loaa
and Trust Co., now the People's
Bank, by virtue of a change of it
certificate of incorporation, dated
the first day of Feb., 1909. aid
registered in Book 133. page 337.
in the office of Register of Dee in
of Randoiph county, the undersigs
eC will sell, at public auction ts
me highest bidder for cash, at ta
court house door In Asheboro, Ra
dolph county. State of North Car
olina, at 12 o'clock, M., on the 16tk
day or Feb., 1914, te following as-
scribed real estate, to-wit;
A tract or parcel of land In ths
county of Randolph, State of North
Carolina, In New Market townshis
adjoining the lands of W. M. Ivey.
Matt McCollum and others, beeia-
ning at a pile of ttones. M. W. Mc
Collum's corner and runs thence .
lg chains to a stone in Ledwell's
line; thence east 31 chains and -
links to a stone; thence south 18
chains 50 links to a stone; thensa
west 31 chains to the beginning,
containing 55 acres more or less.
except 1 acre in south-east corner
deeded to Rebecca McGee.
This the 10th day of Jan., 1914.
THE PEOPLE'S BANK,
(Formerly the People's Savings.
Loan and Trust Co.,) Mortgagee.
Noa-th Carolina, Racdolph Couaty.
in the Superior Count.
Bank of Randlemian vs. John L.
Fields and wife Emma F. Fields aad
The defendant C. R. Fields will
take notice that an act ion entitled
as above has beoa commenced ia
the Superior Court at RaaudolsU
County for the puirposn of settlae
aside a deed executed by the" detea-
aant John L. Fields and his said
wife Emma F. Fields to him, the
s&id o. R. Fields, which appears
f record in the office of the Ree
nter of Deeds of Randolph Coua
ty, in book 143, at pages 227 and
zio, on me grounds that the said:
deed was made and registered for
the purpose of hindering, delayi&g
and defrauding the plaintiff with
respect to the indebtedness due the
plaintiff by the defendant Jtoba L.
Fields at the time of ths exsouttaa
and regitraicn of the said deed.
which said indebtedness aggregating
over one thousand dollars is sow
evidenced by judgments against the
said John L. Fields docketed In the
olfice of the Clerk of the Supertar
Court of Randolph! County which
said deed was made and registered
as afloiresaid with the knowledge and
connivance of each of the defen
dants of the facts and tor the pur
pose aforesaid; and for that ths
said C. R. Fields is not a bona fids
purchaser or purchaser for value;
and that the said C. R. Fields
claims to be the owner, muter and
by virtue of the said deed, of the
real estate therein desqnihert all as
is moie particularly set flarta la
affidavit on file in this office.
And the said C. R- Fields, defen
dant, will further take ootica that
he Is .required to appear at the
next term of the Superior Court o
said County (Ratodotph) to he held:
on the second Monday after ths
first Monday ln March,. 1914, at tha
court house in said county, and ia
the town of Asheboro, therein, and
answer or demur to the aosnpialnie
ln said action, or the plaintiff will
apply to the Court for the relief de
manded ln said coimplaAnt.
This the 24th day ot December,
W. C. HAMMOND.
Clerk Superior Court Randolph, Co.
Having qualified as Admr. on the
estate of J. C. Underwood, deceased,
before W. C. .Hammond, Clerk of
the Superior Court of Randolph
county, I shall sell at pobllo auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash,
on the premises on the 14th day of
February, 1914, the following per
sonal properay, to-wit; One horse,
two pigs, a lot of corn, 60 or 70
bushels, also some lumber and ho us
hold and kit ch hen furniture , toe
tedious to mention. All persons
having claims against said estate
are notified to present them to ths
undersigned, duly verified, on or be
fore the 23rd day of January, 19 IS,
or this notice will be pleaded la bar
of their recovery; and all persons
owing said estate will come forward
and make immediate settlement.
This 19th day of January, 1914. .
P. A. ROUTH, Adntr.
Notice. Any person knowing
the whereabouts of W. M. Daaer.
wood will plaese make it knows ea
date of sale.
Having qualified as administra
tor on the estate of William S.
Thayer, deceased, before the clerk
of the superior court of Randolph
county, this is to notify all per
sons having claims against said
eftate to present them to the un
dersigned, duly verified on or be
fore the 4th day of January, 1915,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate are expected t
make immediate payment and settle
This Jan. the 4th, 1914.-
MRS. W. S. THAYER,, Admrx.
John T. Brittian, Attorney.
Having qualified as administra
tor on the estate of Harris San
ders, dee'd, before the clerk of the
superior court of Randolph county;
This is to notify all persona having
claims against ' said estate to pre
sent them to the undersigned duly
verified on or before the 1st day of
February, 1916, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
are expected to make immediate
payment and settleent.
This Jan. 10, 1914.
F. F. SANDERS, Admr.