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Having qualified as ; Administrator
pf th; estate of Louise Garrlgues, de
ceased,, all "persons indebted, to the
said Louise Garriues will make set
tlement of such indebtedness to ; the
. undersigned ; and any .and all claims
which may be outstanding against said
estate must be presented : for settle
ment -to the undersigned, within 12
x months from the date of this notice,
Otherwise it will be pleaded in bar of
"heiV recoWryr'--., .1 . --
DR. L. P. GARRIGUES, Admr.
This April 2. - " - 4-l-6t.
State of North Carolina Polk. Coun
, ty In the Superior .Court before
, the Clerk. ..
G. L. Thompson, vs. Jesse F. Pace.
State of North Carolina, to the sher
v iff of Polk County, greetings:
Whereas, in the attachment pro
' ceedings in the superior " courts for
.Polk f-oanty, on the 19th day of Feo
, ruaryr 1920 wherein Jesse F. Pace was
Xv4ef4nldat and G. L. Thompson, was
ij)laintilf, the following property.. was
attached in the said proceedings, being
the property of the said Jesse F. Pace.
Tract Na. 1. Beginning at a chest
. nut D. D. Pace's co ne'r, and runs W,
10. poles to a spruce pine in the for&s
of the creek known as the long
branch, thence, S. 29 W. with-the creeK.
40 poles to a water v' oak on John
Pace's line thence; S. 3 E. 12 poies
to a.stakeJohn Pace's corner, thence,
S. 86 E. 82 poles to a roca pile thence
N. 44 W. 80 poles to the beginning
containing 18.78-100 acres more or
- less. : - . . - ;--. -'
Tract No. 2. Beginning at a chest
nut stump with pointers P. G. Ward's
corner and runs N. 43 EV 16 poles to
a rock J. W. Pace's corner, thence;
, N, 43 E. 54 poles to a rock thence ;
with S. O. Pace's line S. 6u E. 32 poles
to a rock B. F. Turner's corner, thence
S. 30 ,W. 38 poles to a rock, thence;
S. 20 V. 10 poles to a lare popular
stump," thence; S. 60 W." 52 poles to
ii rock k E. Ward's corner, thence
with his line N. 44 W. SO poles to the
beginning containing 31 acres more or
And whereas, in said proceedings
of .attachment a judgment was' given
by the court in favor of the-plaintiff
and against the defendant for the sum
of $7OO.00-itr"l3.90, costs.
Jttsyf, therefore, . you are hereb
commanded, to satisfy-the said judg
ment out of the property so attached
as aforesaid, by the sale of the same,
or so much thereof; as shall "be suffi
cient to satisfy the judgment; and if
tthere is not a sufficient amount
realized by said saie ' then oa
shall ' satisfy J saiU judgment oat
of - any , other : goods and chatte .
of said judgment debtor , within yo u
county, and make due return within
sixty . days from date hereof.
- - Clerk of the Superior Court.
.This 27th day of February, 1920.
for twenty." (20) years find to bear in
terest at a Tate not to-exceed six : 6J
per centum per annum, Interest pay
able semi-annually. . :- Vrf : '
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned Board; of Education
for Polk County will receive sealed
bids for said bonds et their office. .in
Polk County, North Carolina, at Col
umbus, : N ;c, ; at Hwo ? o'clock, p. rm.,
on: the 22nd day of May, 1920,' vthe
purchaser to pay the expense of print
ing , bonds and furnishing legal opin-
on,' and each bid to be accompanied
y a certified ceek in the. sum of five
undred dollars, and said bids to oe
directed and, marked i to "Boards of
V m. s- - " w ' M A A A A A
juucauon, uoiumDus, xh. u., zu,uvu.
Saluda School House Bonds.' The
right is reserved to reject any and all
This 19th day 0f AnHi
Board of Educat nn
By E. McQueen SiZK
- - " - .
Depend, on Point of vw
iat a man crnio v,e
Under and by virtue of the alove
execution in attachment which vas
issued to me oat of; the iJayeior
Court-for Polk Cojuty, N. C
I will , offer for; sale and v sell
to the . highest bidder for
cash the above described . . piop-
erty belonging to Jesse F. Pace th.
said being made to satisfy a jadgmen:
for the sum of $700.00 on the 3rd day
of May, 1920 it being the first Mon
day. , ,
. 'lhis the 29th day of April, 1920.
FRANK JACKSON .
. . " Sheriff of Poik Co.
.!.... w - Mill Spring, N. C.
NOTICE OF BOND SALE :
Whereas, at an election held in Sa
luda School District, No. 17, on " ihe
lOUi :day fcof . February, : ,1920, ! under
the provisions of Chapter 55 of the
Public Laws of North Carolina; Sess-
. ion 1915, ; and the . acts amendatory
'thereof,- a majority, of u the : qualified
voters registered in said, district vot
ed in fatvor of an issue of $20,000 of
- -bonds for the purpose of building a
. new school building and f ors .repair
ing":ahd Z furnishing the. :8am with
suitable equipment, said bonds to run
wnai a man cf.iio .
himself he calls Bi
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