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liuioru.s ('jil 11, I I) --Ji s
Iiivtir Tone lakt It.s l&ace.
You can now profit if you ivii;!i
by the experience f many people
who have found an easy, pleiimnt
remedy to take Ue place of calomel
for constipation' slugM li livtr. etc.
Dodson's Liver Tone iis best to
take instead of cil tniil a'nd lias
brought the brightness
into manv household.--
.1. :ai;:reS"car"";.d,n-goocls, groceries, drugs and hardware.
The Asheboro Urns Co. positive- . , , y-v ...
SJOTAJWuBttf Commencing Saturday, May 30, we will sell at
Jw2"SM.S"ru,n'cost tl!1 Saturday, June 6. Every article must be sold
recommend this ltmedy as a strict'-' forrcU'rl IpCC " O f" tf rfrCk
ly vegetable liquid. contai'niiiK noth
ing harmful, you run no risks of al
k'n 1 in taking it now.
Dodftn's Liver Ti ne nevtr leaves
bud alter ell'tcts, but wciks eiis.ly
and naturally, without pii.'n or
tripe and witiun.t ii urtVriug it ail
with your reguular habits' ,d;tt cr
K"' 'Impel i.jiii.
A turpi ise parlj was
Kleta ii own Saturday
cream and cake were
.Mis El'fie Brown.
.Mr. tan feieett and .miss je-sie
Spencer visked Ji: Alia Brown
.Miss Kate winninKham i ited
.Misses Effie and Fleta Brown Satuii
day night. . ( .
There will be Children's Day at
C:ower's Chapel the tliinl Sunday
in June. Evtrybtdy cordially in
vited. 1 t i
Miss Mattie Push is visiting
friends in High Point this week. j
Miss Wilda Kate Winniiighani,
who has been visiting 1 r sister,
.Mrs. K. D. Lowderniilk, on Sea-
fc'jve HU 2, returned home Kriday
accompanied by her little niece,
Beatrice Lowderniilk.who will sp.nd
a few day with her grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Winningham.
.Mr. Willie Smith has puichased
a new buggy.
Mr. John Hush and family vis ted
at Mr. Iaac Brown's Sunday evtn-
"'S- ' ...
er-s Chapel the first Sund-iy in Jur.g
at ii o'clock. v i
Mr. Maben Henley vi ited t
MrM',Js0sh ?eiUuryoU:layand shterj
Maie, visited Miss Ka'ihryn Win-(
There will be preaching at Brow-,
ningham Sunday night and Monday.
Mke Iza Pugh visited at Mr. ,
A a. 1 ug" e auuuaj cicmis'
Tor Fnxst Bitea and Cliapped Skin.
For frost bitten ears, fingers and
toes; chapped hands and lips, chll
blaijie, cold sores, red and rough
ekin.lhere is nothing to equal Buck
len's Arnica Salve. Stops the pain
t .ice and heals quickly. In every
:.ome there should be a box handy
all the time. Best remedy for all
ekln diseases, itchtaic eCzema, leuer,
aii druggists or
piles, etc. 25c.
Buckie o, phiiade'tell you all our prices. Come and see. $25 reward for
or St. Louis
Mrs. Lambert, who underwent an op
eration at St. Leo's Hospital, a few
vL-oelfs ncrn. died Sunday evening and
was brought here for burial Monday,
i TJr.s Fannie Crutchfield Morgan and .
children Cf Marshville are visiting !
relatives in town, r-". . . .
Parks Pickett is ill of typhoid fe
ver at Charleston, S. C, where he has
been attending school for some time.
Thomas Partis, Jr., oi namseur,
was a visitor in Liberty last Sunday. Trinity News.
Dr. Harley Foster has completed his -. we are glad to learn that Uncle
course in dentistry and returned to gen parker, who has been ill is very
his native heath. much improved.
Mrs. Kate Harris, Mrs. James Mrs w. N. Elder left Saturday for
Stroud and son Harold will spend tho a f ew weeks visit to Washington, D. C.
summer in North Brooklyn. and Richmond, Va.
W. I. Smith is making extensive im- , Mrs Tom Fisher, of Salisbury, is
provements on his barn. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Johnson has returned from w f. Ellis.
Sampson County, where he has been Crops are looking fine through thi3
in the interest of his timber lands, secti0n regardless of the dry weather,
which have been damaged by the re- ( Mrs Eua Brane-has returned to her
cent fires home in Winston, after spending sev-
Several of our people have re- erai months here with her son, J. D.
reived invitations to the marrige of Brame.
Miss Annie Johnson and Mr. Barbour. Bruce Craven is in Charlotte on pro
Miss Johnson taught in our school Sessional business,
about three years ago.. Mrs. C. O. Spencer, of Winston is
Millard Fogleman returned Satur- visiting relative "here.
day from St. Leo's histpital, wnere
he recently underwent an operation
or appendicitis. He is doing nicely.
I j DON'T BE MISLED.
i' ' 'i J
Aslieboro Htlns ShowW
Heed This Advice.
Kidney trouble is dangerous and
tw,- ovnoriment with somtthing
qih utitripd i r I
Use a tested kidney remedy.
Begin with Doan's Kidney Pil's.
Used in kidney troubles 50 year,
t k,i hoi-a. btiiI .vprv-
k" I ,
The following ' statement forms
dLo.oo.11 n w n vo 2 upwards of twenty years. . 5 ana
Jj-eJ Presnell, R. P. u. No 2 r For eaJe a
Seagrove, N. C. ays; I began 51(,.
to suffer from disordered, kidneys j0610
about six motnhs ago .The kid- n. IvlrT 1TF,K '
saaTerrw ob.KT g'et ' SSlSJSSio any
passage tnat , i was ooigea w g ... . ... comRlunitv.
up severa m at nlnJ- xner Mrs. B. F. Beck, who has been right
was a duU pain through Iths small ick for two weeks does not impr0ve
af my back and it vas very h Mrg w l. Mann and family of Al
for me to stoop or get up after hemarie are visiting his sister, Mrs.
sitting. I heard Doan's Kidlney Pills Tyson.
Ihlghly praised for complaints of. Mr. T. B. Tysor has been on the
-that kind and finally I began US'- minv list for a few days.
Ing them. Th results were satis-
(factory and. it was only a ehoit
time beXore I was cured."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Miburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
$3,000.00 Worth of New Goods At Cost
I have decided t,o make a general change in my busi
ness and to make the change I must sell about $3,000.00
'worth of new goods at cost. My stock consists of dry
$1 window shades at 48.'.
50c window shades at 33c.
$1.25 window curiains 98c.
Window curtain goods 25c gr.
for 18c a yd.
500 yds calico at 5c. a yd.
400 yds Bingham 12k sellers
at 8c and 9 a yd.
3u0 yds figured lawn 25c seller
must be sold at 14c a yd
r-,,-i ..i . n
-Z'T i If r
0 ds b'ackand tan linen,
o- seller, now 14c a yd.
5i naner rin. 2 DdDers now 5c.
Spool thread 2 spools for 5.'.
White table oilcloth 35c grade
now 23 a yd.
Lndies side comb?, 2oc sellers
now 8c. 25c barrettes now 8c.
6 yds torchon laces 25c sellers
1000 yds laces from lc to 50c a
yd. must go at some price
Hamburg?, all kinds:
50: seller now 23c a yd.
I 25c seller now 16?.
15c seller now 8c.
i 10 seller now 3-.
I 50j cream poplin must
0- black poplin now at 22
25c blue poplin now at 19c.
100 yds 50c light ratine now
19c and 23c.
200 yds 50c mixed Color ratine
50. Rl)mmer suiting1, all Colors.
now 19c a yd.
Ladies' long corsets, $1 trade
now 49 . 50c grade now 19c.
50c Ladies' pocket books while
they lait 37c.
Don't wait but come to
eggs to us; they will count
in our advertisement, Don't forget the date. The sale commences on
My store is located at the Allen & Smith old stand, just opposite Pleasant I
Ridge church, two miles south of Ramseur on Ramseur and Moffitt's Mills road, i
Come one, come all.
Misa Mary White jg vj8itjng, her
aunt in Spartinburg, S. C.
We are sori.y to learn that Mlai
.Heitman improves very slowly.
preparation is Intended es-
Ipeclally for rheumatism, lame back
sprains and like ailments. It le a
,iavorite with the people who arc
well acquainted with ita splendid
qualities. Mrs. Charles Tanner. Wa-
ibash, Ind., says of it, "I have found
Chamberlain's Liniment the beat
thing for lame back and sprains 1
have ever used. It works like a
charm and relieves pain and sore-
W It has been used by others
' my family as well as myself for
Mr. Guirard Richardson returned
home a few days ago from Rutherford
Mr. E. B. Leach made a business
trio to Greensboro yesterday.
Messrs. T. B. and T. H. Tysor, L. O.
and Goirell Sugg, and Walter Brown
attended the Confederate Reunion at
Jacksonville, Fla., and report a good
Ladies' 25c black gloves 19o.
50c baby caps for 18:.
Ladies' tan i k hoae, 25c and
50c sellers now at 19c and 37c.
Ladies' w. hite silk hose 19c.
. , Children's hose, white tan and
black 15c and 2oc sellers now 9c
and 19c pe" pair.
Men's ei!k hlf hjse, black and
tan, 9e and 37c
Men's and Bov's shirts of all
kinds, 19o, 25, 37a-d48c
Men's collar,, all kind,, 9,
IMpck ties, 50c sellers, now 19c
and 29c each.
Men's summer underwear at
Sheet intr, best grade at whole-
400 lbs sujyar to go at $4.98
Per hundred pounds
Snuff, all kind?, now 4c a bale.
flug tobacco 5c a plug.
Remember, we take chick
ens and eggs same as cash and
pay you the nig. 'est price for
them. Also, want to buy beef
go at cattle and sheep.
$3.50 UUtes' Hats now $AU
$3.50 Ladies' Hats now $1.98.
$2.50 Ladies' Hats now $1.88.
$2.00 Ladies Hats now $1.48.
REMEMBER, everything must be
sold at some price eo don't fail to
attend this sale. , '
UN TlH SPECIAL
Tin tubs at 48 c each. Largest
size at 59c each.
our sale and be convinced.
same as cash. For lack of
30, and Closes Saturday, June 6
No goods charged to anyone during this sale.
B. BURNS, Manager.
FRANKLIN VILLE NEWS.
Rev. R. W. Harrell spent Sunday
and Sunday night in town and preach
ed two of his best sermons at the
Baptist church. He also tendered his
resignation to the regret of all our
people. Mr. Harrell is loved and re
spected by all our people regardless of
Miss Bertie Ellison, who has spent
nearly two years .at Kansas City, Mo,
preparing for a deaconess in the M.
E. church, has completed the course
returned home Friday, and after
spending a few weeks at home will
go to Hillsboro, N. C, where she has
been assigned work in her chosen field.
Miss Ellison is one of our best and
most useful young ladies and Hills
boro is to be congratulated in securing
Prof. D. M. Weatherly attended the
encampment of Red Men at Charlotte
last week; he also took in the cele
bration of the 20th.
W. R. Hughes made a business trip
to Danville, Monday.
beveral of our people attended Me
morial services at Gray's Chapel Sun
day. Mrs. Clarence Parks, mother Mrs.
Severance and one of her sisters, of
Lake City, a. C, are spending some
time in this place with her daughter.
Young Man Injured.
Charted Julian, Jr., son of Cor
nelius lulian of FranklinvilUe, lost
his right hand in an accident at the
Bush; Creek Lumber Company's
plant at Frankllnville one morning
this week. Dr. Redding of Cedar
Falls was called to attend the
Thcbappinessof motherhood istoooften
checked because the mother's strength is
not equal to her cares, while ber unselfish
devotion neglects her own health.
It is a duty of husband or-friend to see
that she gets the pure medicinal nourish
ment in Scott's Emulsion, which is not
a drug or stimulant but nature's con
centrated oil-food tonic to enrich and en
Jiven the blood, strengthen the nerves and
aid the appetite 1'hysicians everywhere
prescribe Scott' Emulsion lor over
worked, nervous, tired women; it bui'.Ji
up and holds up their strength.
Get Scott's at your nearest drug siw-e.
HA HI VAI K DKl'A KTM XT.
5uc hces while they lst 39c.
$1.00 Shovels while they last 69c
$1.00 pitch forks at 69c.
50c back bands now at 38c.
60c cow chains new at 39c.
Cultivator pdnt-', al sizes $1.00
uiT..,-,., ,- . .,,'about north with; ta lrcad 8.20 chs.
a dozen l
oi them ' i
20 gallon wash p ts worth $4.00
"w at $2.18 each.
5c ,buck(s ,M0W 19c-
tZg Tot Uc.
Hope, the kind you have been pay
ing 3"c a pound for we sell at 2fac
u.au'ii n 5 pound hts, in less quan-
.MONDAY SPKCI J
4 gallcn cream jars 38c.
1 gallcn crocks 6c and 9c each.
Flower crocks at any price.
All kinds stone ware.
25c water buckets now 19c.
75c well bucket now . 58c.
Every day is a bargain day from
May 30th to June 6th. We must
sell every article at some price.
25c egg beater now 9c.' i
25c flour sifters 11c.
75c coffee pots now 37c.
25c bread ppns now 14c.
25c frying pans now 16c
Flour, the best on earth, at $4.88'with Chapter 122 of the Fuonc
per barrel in barrel lot?, the kind of Laws of North Carouna, beeeion
flour you are now paying $6.00 per 1913. to determine the will of the
barrel for. i qualified voters of said Township
Feed oats 69c per bushel in fiveiwfth reference to the issuanae of
bushel lots. bonds of the said Township in the
Lard in 50 pound cans 10c pound aggregate amount $20,000 to bear
by the can. ; interest at a rate not ecxeeding 5
25c axe handles now for 13c J CentVpeT annum, payable semi
Machine oil for 39c a gallon, the f r. u mn for
kina you are paying 60c ai gUlcn
Harness oil $1.00 a gallon reduc
ed to 68c a gallon.
Bear in mind we want chickens
-d eggs and we pay more for them
than anybody else a we have built'
up a produce trade and we know thi
value of your conntry produce.
Bring your chickens and
space we can't begin to
N.T MaS 22? t Denton
on business Monday.
Miss Sarah Cole of Salem Female
College came home Saturday.
The many friends of Mrs. Marsh
Lambert, a former resident of Ram-1
seur, were deeply pained to learn of I
her death which took place at St.
Leo's Hospital Sunday.
Miss Dixie Carter returned last
Friday from a trip to Siler City. ing the public roads or saia lown
The Air Dome Miving Picture Show ship, and for purchasing machinery,
gave their first performance to a eood
house last Saturday night. The pic
turos were good and the show was
The town is building a tine con
crete walk on Main street. Mr. Ben
pett Kidd has opened a general gro
cery store on Liberty Street.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. b. Craven and chil
dren took a trip to Washington, D. C,
last week, -,....'
Card of Thanks.
We desire through the columns of
your paper to thank the friends who
so kindly administered to the needs of
our deceased brother, Mr. E. N. Mc
Downal, and especially the Drs. and
nurses at St Leo's Hospital and also
Bro. Harrell of Ramseur who preach
ed his funeral. We pray God's rich
est blessings upon all who assited in
any way in alleviating the suffering of
our dear brother.
Mrs. W. M. Marley,
Mrs. S. W. McDanal,
Mrs. M. E. Overman,
Mr. L. C. McDonal,
Mrs. L. N. Burgess.
HAVING QUALIFIED as Admin
istrator on the estate of W. F. Hughes,
deceased, before W. C. HAMMOND,
Clerk of the Superior Court of Ran
All ' persons having claims against
said estate are notified . to present
them to the' undersigned, duly ven
fied, on or before the 28th day of May,
1910, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery; and all persons
owing said estate will come forward
and make immediate settlement.
This 27th day of May, 1914.
C. E. HUGHES,
W. Hi HUGHES,
i Notice of Um lnttr rioji-
By viitue of the powers' vested
in the uiuW-uigutd Li that certain
uioitgape deed made by John Lowe
and wile to A. K. Teter, recordtd
in the office of the Register of
L'feds of KaadtflyL county in Bcok
149, page 271, 1 will sell at public
auction for cash the following land
fr-iU'. ni.d btiug In l.ibeity Town
ship, iVndolph Ctuity, Nrrth Carc
lina. boiinued as fallows, tc-wit;
isour.dec on the noith by Mrs. D. J.
'Staliy. tn Ue east ty B. S. Kim
tiy. on the south by W. P. McMas
trs, on the west by Jim Lowe, con
taining 190 acres, more or kss.
known as the Hasten Lowe place.
Only the Interest ci the said John
,Lowe ad wife is coanveyed in said
mortgage deed and only said inter
astwillxbe Bold. Since the execu
tion of said mortgage deed, the sai
Hasten Lowe lands have been par
titioned as appears from Book 48,
page 11S et seq. in said ofifice and
the following portion of said !ands
was set apait to said John Lowe
,a;id the following protden only will
U sod. to-wit; Lot No. 3. begin
ning at a stake on the east s'da of
khe railroad, corner cf let Xo. 2;
thence east 42.45 chains ta a (take
-in Thomas line; thence south 4 de
crees west 8.20 Chairs ta nstaKe,
1 thence west 41.75 chains ta a. stake
nn easi lue 01 tauivo",
to the beginning, containing 34.54
acres, more or less.
Sole- v.ill be made at thn emit
house door in Asliebtro, N. C, on
Saturday, the 13th day of June.
1914, a't 12 o'clock. M.
Said moitgage deed contains a
power cf sale authorizing the un
dersigned to make sale of said land
in the event of default beir.g dn the
payment of the debt thereby secur
ed, said default having been, this
sale is accordingly made under said
This May 11. 1914.
A. E. TETER. Mortgagee.
i4tte of FJt?ctioju .
There is presented to the Board a
petition signed by G. A. Foster and
sundry other qualified voters of
Liberty Township, Randolph Coun
ty, State of North Carolina, asking
for an election to he held in said
township under and in accordance
"io yea.a "fm the date
thir issuance for the purpose
f,' taMiehiL alter-
If l ,nf ut' Jfha "rlfinB
!' repairing. Jnr"f !"
msfy 1 UMJ "v, . ...
purchasing or machinery.
l,t lZ AiZ'
the said petition is' hereby direct
ed to be recorded in the minutes oi
the Board along with the names ot
the subscriber to the same, and
and j. a. Martin merit annexed.
finds as Tacts that tne eaia peti
tion, whdoh is in writing, this day
presented to the Board, is signed
by more than one-fourth of the qual
ified voters of Liberty Township,
Ran0d1nh) he0 said peS-
lion is In due form and in all re-
spects suffklcEt; and the necessary
preliminaries to the calling cf an
electoin for the specified purposa
under sajd act have, in all respects,
been com Tilled vttlu I '
I NOW. THEREFORE, It is ordered
'bv the Board that an election be
I held in Liberty Township. Ran-
W uriy'Js,w:v 01 aa""'
;Vna - on Tuesday, the 23rd day of
JfUne' 1914' J1 W uH.L ,
raJlel 10 " Tc,
said township in accordance with
said petition a proposition to. Issue
bonds' for the purpose oi laying ;out
establishing! altering. repairing,
grading, conwrueung m .uip.o-
tocle. etc., necessary for such im-
provemert, Jn the" aggregate amount
of $20 000. to bear Interest at the
rate of 5 per cent per annum .pay
able semi-annually, and to run for
a period of 30 years from the date
of issue. The said election; shall
be held under and in accordance
with the said Chapter 122 of the
Public Laws of North Carolina,
the General E ect'on Law provided
for the clintSon of township ornc
e. shall be fc Mowed, and said elec
tion iMdrt'd 1 tli" tme man
ner and, subject to the eeme rules
and regulations as therein provid
ed, except as otherwise expressly
provided In said Chapter 122 of
the Public Laws of North Carolina,
So eion 1918.
Uoy C. Reitcel is hereby ap
pointed Registrar and P. P. Jones
and A. W. Curtis judges of elec
tion tor the said special election
Ihe Clerk to this Board la nere-
by ordered to give 80' days' notice
of sr election, specifying the
amount f the proposed bond Issue,
the rate nf interest and the period
(or which the aid bonds shall run
whicii said notice shall be posted
at thfe Court house door and at the
polling plaro In ' Liberty Township,
and also in four Issues of The Cou
rier, a newspaper published in Ran
The election officers hereinbe
fore appointed shall be notified of
their appointment as required by
law. and their names as such of
ficers duly given notice of acceord
Ing to law; -and the said officers
shall make due return of their pro
ceedings in the premises and the
recult ot said election as required
W. T. FOTJSHEE, Chairman.
GEO. T. MURDOCK, Clerk.
ialxtt-iy xowaiBiui ikcttU IktiU Hi
AolHfc is hereoy; given that an
allltllli Villi be hplri In r.lhcn.
lownsuip. itando'iph Counny, Biate S
vi ANoiiii Carolina,, on luesday. ti.e
J3id iay of Jmne. l!i4, suouitting
u the quaiiiied vcteie of said town
.tluti. under and by viitue r
ter 122 of the Public Laws of Norm
c'atoiina, Session 1913, a prepj.
jen o Issue oontls ot tn .tai.i
t'jai6htp lor tUie urpose of laying
ui, etcaDiisning, altering, repair
ing, grading, constructing and lm-
wjuvicg me puwic roads of said
townsj ip and for purchasing ma
chinery, tools, etc., necessary for
Mich improvements, in tine amount
ii tzu.vvv. to bear interest at a
ate of interest act to exceed 5
per cent per annum, payable semi
annually, the said bonds to run for
W period of 30 years from the date
ot their issue, all according to the
Provisions of thn nfroQoli t ...
JWie qualified voters' whn riKiro.
t vote in favor of the said propo
AaH be written or printed the
ition ahall vote a ballot on which
nor.-;. "For Road Ronri. d.j
those opposed; to said proposition
ce wiltten cr nrinfprf tii,
ishall vcte a ballet on wliich shall
Against Road Bonds."
The! aa,H election wiii be' con
ducted in the Rnmo "A
subject to the same rule and regu-
"Ul1"" are or may be provided
tor tho election of towns.hip offic
es by the General Blecticii Laws
trf this State, except in so far as
otherwise provided for In the act
Roy C. lieitzell has teen an
Poirtid reglitrar. and P. p. joneS
i V1 Curti8 I,ave ben ap
pointed judges c.f election, to hold
By order of the Beard of Com
missioners of Randolph County at
m. ,m,et,n " the 4th day of
May. 1914. on (ni .
Foster and others. OI u'
This the 5th day of May. 1914
R0ic - . m- T- MURDOCK,
.L'f 0f Deeds and ex-OffIrj
Clferk to the Board 0f County
IVctiee of Stole.
North Carolina. Randolph County,
in the Superior Court, Before W
C. Hammond. Clerk.
G. A. Carver. Admr. of Harriett
Wary Sirg, Bm. Overman. John,
S?: Co1mmbus Overman
barah Overman. SaraHi Turner.
John Staley, Helr-at-Law.
Under and by virtue of an or
der of the Sunerlor r.nr t u
dolph County, made in the special
proceeding entitled "G. A. Carver
ei ai vs. Mary Swing et al. th-
same being No. upon the-
Special! Proceedings docket of said
court, the undersigned commistrfon
jt will, on the 8th day of JJune,
1914. at 12 o'clock, noon, at the
poetofflce door in Liberty, Liberty
Townshi. Randolph County, North
Carolina, offer for aete to the high
est bidder for cash- that certain! tra
of land lyfiDg and being in Liberty
Township, Randolph County, North
caroura, adjoining the lands of
C. P. Smith, Jr., M. L. Fogleman
and others, and' more particularly
described as follows to-wit: Be
ginning at a stone, the northwest,
corr.er of let No. 3, and running E.
6 S. wth Smith's line 65 poles to a
stone; thence N. 5 E. 18 poles to a.
take on C. . P. Smith. Ur.'sf line
and corner of lot No. 1 ; thence W.
4 N. to lot Ne. 1. 139 poles to a.
dead saceafrag. M. L. Fogleman's-
corner; thence S. about 19 1-2 E.
100 poles to a stcne in the public.
road; thence with said road lot 76
a 1 acres ana it poiee, more or iess,
thiaf befag the same let of land al-
trd to Harriett Record rn th.
division by. ther commissttreis ap
pointed in this matter, the fame
conveyed subject to a right-of-way
for lot No. 1 of this division.
This the 2nd day of May. 1914.
G. A. CARVER, Commr.
Chas.. H. Redding, Atty.
Nctlce JNf Sal of Timheft-.
By virtue of the powers vested?
in the undersigned bjy decree ren
dered in the Superior Court of Ran
dolph County In the special proceed
ing entitled "Parks E. Pugh et al
D. L. Redding et al," we will
sell at publdc auction for cash at
the court house door in Asheboro,
N. C., 00 the 30th day of May,
1914. at 12 o'clock M.. all the pine
timber stading and growing on that
certain land in said county describ
ed in deed from A. F. Jones to
Hugh Pugfo, recorded In offflce of
le Register ot Deeds of said coun
ty in Book 69, page 32, which meas
ures 10 inches across the stump
12 lnche from the around, two year
to be given to cut and remove the
This ia a re-eale account of the-.
inadequate bid at last sale.
This May 11. 1914.
R. C. KELLY,
J. A. SPENCE. '
Havlnjr ouaUIlea as aominiw.nit.ur .
on the estate of J. Wesley Cox. de
ceased, before W. C. Hammond,
Clerk of the Superior Court of Kan-
claims against said estate are noti
fied to present them to the under
signed, duly 'verified. 00 or before
the 1st day of May, 1915, or this
motilce 'will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery; and all persons cav
ing claims aainet said estate are
dersignod. duly verified, on or ba-
iffcra the 1st day of May. 1315. or
this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery; and all persons ow
ing said estate will come forward
and make Immediate settlement.
This 25th day of April, 11.
M. R. COX,
Admr. J. W. Cox.
; Staley. N. C.