LIBERTY X ROADS.
Jnne 29. We can begin to hear
the ham of the threshing machines
around in our neighboring com
June 29. -The farmers are well
up with their work and the crops
are looking fine since the Becent
A. L. Ketchie, who lives about
two miles north of Corinth
church, in Morgan township, kill
ed a large rattlesnake lajst Thurs-
Tf. hA fivft rattles and a
Vmftrm And was three feet, nine
There was a cxowd of ten went
to the river-fco fish on last Friday
but returned the same night as
theyoaught all they wanted in
John Jackson and John Kesler
came near freezing while in the
river, Jackson had to be taken
out in a boat and Kesler had. to
iimh a trA t,n fffit warm and to
There were many smoked glasses
in use yesterday as the" people
nmntoii fn RAO the ecliose on the
T - Ww w w ' JL
We learn that Mrs, Lou Wor-
nington has engaged board for
the summer with John H. Morgan
and James G. Granford,
There seems to be a good pros
pect for a wedding soon as Joseph
Hill eoes out
street very often of late
Samuel Bame, Jr., is right sick
at this time with typhoid fever
We hope him a speedy recovery
Grover Eagle is now convalesing
from the same disease.
Samuel Bame, Jr., is very sick
with typhoid fever.
Craven and Liberty "crossed
bats" on the latter's ground last
Satnrday and the score was 6 to 9
in favor of Liberty.
Adam Ketchie killed a big rat
tie Bnake last week. The snake
had five rattles and a button, and
was 8 feet and 9 inches in length
Ten of us went to the Yadkin
river last Friday ana caugu
twelve fish, 'and returned home
the same day.
Romulous Huffman will begin
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it i it j r i.aH leacniue iuh buuiuici duiiuui av
JttOC KWB11 BUU pxajrou "
ball on the Liberty ground last Ju"B u"Ui"
Saturday and the score stood 4 to 0 A Campbell has finished
8 in favor of Craven. Howine his buckwheat and is look-
We wish to correct a statement ing forward for a bountiful har-
fchftfc was in the Gold Knob items vest.
about our ball game. The score
LIBERTY X ROADS.
The crops and new vegetable!
are looking fresh and are growing
nicely since the recent rain.
The farmers are very busy tak-
I . -m t 1
ing in ineir wneac ana gewiug
ready to lay by their crops.
Ivy Morgan, our "early bird,"
is done laying by corn.
There were services at Liberty
last Sunday by Eev. James Will
son. Grover Eagle is improving
slowly from an atack of fever, we
are glad to say.
CHESTNUT HILL. CHRISTIANA.
June 29. Saturday morning be- June 29. On the 29th, Miss
a 4 tow'. "1 " I ' - m .
ween o and o ciocra lernoie Kima Linale and juii wooaman
i w ...
and -shocking killing occurred at wre unitea in marriage at Organ
the home of T.. P. McGee. His - - Triixle.
son, fifteen years old, accidentally . !.
shot and killed his half sister. w"""t"ou"i"B w "
She was buried in tne Chestnut surprise to the friends and rela
Hill cemetery Sunday evening. tives of the couple.
Little Sadie Chany, the two and We think the limit was reached
one-half-year old daughter of Mr. iaBt week when Ernest and Charlie
and Mrs. Cbany, died Friday night Lyeriy Df Granite Quarry, sold
was iaia 10 res in wis vuHb- . , , nnm , . .
was 4 to 5 in favor of Liberty and
not as was stated before. Liberty
will play a game next Saturday if
Jno. Owens is still confined to
his bed with nervous trouble.
Dr. Bowers, his attending physi
cian, says that Mr. Owens is like
ly to stay in bed all summer.
Prank and Luther Holshouser pumpkin raiser and trader, has
wentjup near Woodleaf to work pumpkins now as large as water
at J. A. Ribelm's saw mill. Duojceis.
Joe Campbell, who was bitten The mumps are still spreading
West Blacksmith I y a BOme ime a2 " getin8 but they are of a mild nature and
along niceiy ana is especteu. w uo nearly every Doay wants meni.
Arthur Eller the rural mail
carrier on Craven route, No. 1, is
sick with typhoid fever.
The missionary services at the
Holiness church last Sunday were
attended by large crowds. A pro
tracted meeting will begin there
the first Sunday in August.
Geo. A. Trexler, our champion
on good footing soon,
The mumps are in our neighbor
hood, but thev are not a serious
Arthur Morean and Zebulon
Traxler were Dleasant visitors at
John Canup is the proud owner jp m. Tyack's last Sunday.
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v r a n fot -" n latl ami n h i huid i . .
U1 "xou Our school committeemen are
c ounty. fti-noctintr to hold a meetina soon
I t a
It seems that the mumps are I to select a building committee for
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11 . oa thara am tiVA OT I OUr D6W BCOOOl IIOUBB. xj3 duo
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six families that have them and good work go n on.
more ecxpecting mem. We are sorrv to hear that the
1 - -
Minora Tannifl 'R'Torl-tr tLXA T)nVAV Snndav school at Liberty has
iUUBCD V vj w - ' J J
Trontman visted Joe Hill reeent- about fallen to pieces, and tnat J ,
itinera. I J. Prick, the suDerintendent. has
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That is right girls this is leap resigned.
Nat Troutman and Georgo Ribe-
lin will soon leave for the army.
Both have stood the examination.
Miss Florence Morgan and
George Drew were married on
June 28th, near Gold Hill, at the
home of Mr. Drew's father.
June 26, 1908.- We are having
some fine weather. Plenty of
rain and the crops are looking
There will be a big day at Rock
well July the 4th. Everybody
come and bring your sweethearts
There will be a ball game at 10 a
m. and all kinds of races at 3
o'clock, Also fire works and
graphophone entertainment at
8 :80 p. m. Ice oream and cold
drinks will be served.
Mr. J. A. Boet and family are
At a meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Crescent Mfg. Co,, I
was elected as agent to dispose
of said plant, and on the
First Day of July,
I will sell at the plant, at 11
o'clock a. m., at public sale
the entire plan.t of the Cres-
cent Mfg. CoT, Crescent, N.
C., consisting of a
40 HP. Boiler, 40 HP. Engine,
ti ji -11 u: i
saw mill ana an maumuery w
make first-class doors, sash and
blinds, cut moulding of all de
scriptions, a lot of doors, sash,
blinds, a lot of mouldings, 10,000
feet of 1-inch flooring, finished.
Lot of rough lumber, also build
ings and acres of land, more or
less. Terms of Sale: CASH.
Crescent Flfg. Co.,
A. B. GOODMAN,
6-2 4t pd ' Agent.
" Sale ol Real Estate Under Hotpge.
Pursuant to the provisions of a Mort
beginning, being lots 6, 7, and 8 in gage Trust Deed, executed Dy Ander
block 6 as shown upon map of Newton son Phifer and wife, Bella Phifer, and
Heights made by the JNorui main jonn irniier, ion. L.ee wngni, regis-
rarxr va. nah a. W honpvor ft 1 DlreBt xtemiv vAjuiuauj, ouu x, . :w r
' hmflwnu thA rpsidftnee of Dr. J . W . p.ountv. Book 24 paee 510. given to se
Monie, the little daughter of haro or anv musical instrument Youne. This the 28 day of May, 1908. cure the sum of $310,00 and interest,
l M. 90 - -mm- a TTTTT I 3 JJ 1 i. 1 .
TUT I W . w.u. maunn, aDaueiauiiuavniguccu
iUti OUU U11D. ITU XBJjlUlj iDBlUA,
nut Hill cemetery Sunday evening.
Samuel Harrison, the oldest'
member of the local Odd Fellows,
died Sunday morning.
Johnie Eagle, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. N. C. Eagle, died Mon-
mg on the blank floor. They
claim there is nothing like having
n solid foundation.
The missionary entertainment
at Christiana was very successful.
Granite Quarry and Gold Knob
had ar ball game last Saturday
day, the 22nd of June, and was
bnried in the cemetery at Liberty evening resulting in a score of
church, Tuesday morning. to 17 in favor of Gold Knob
Mrs. Charles Livengood is very Sidney Lyeriy, of this commu
?11 j ttT 1 I
111 at inia writing, wenopener x,oa jntt fu0f nTna ft
tr tf J ha varv va nan a whonovor a.
sjiIb nf BusiflencB ProuBrtY en Kewton
Heigiits, Speacer, I. C.
Under the provisions or a certain
mortgage deed of trust made by J. W-
Young and JliJia X, xouiig w v.
Maupin, trustee, on me uoj
November, 1907, and recorded m book
31, page 564 of Rowan county Record
of Mortgages, and pursuant to a decree
of the Supe ior court of Rowan county
in the action entitled "North Main
Street Realty Company vs. J. W.
Young and others," default having
been made in the payment of the in
secured bv said mortgage
deed of trust, the undersigned trustee
will expose at public sale to the high
est bidder for cash at tne court nouse
door in Salisbury, N. 0 on
Monday, Jul; 6tb, 1908, at 12 O'clock M.,
that certain real estate described as
On Newton Heights at Spencer, a.
0, beginning at the W. corner of tne
intersection of Salisbury Avenue and
Jefferson street, and runs thence with
Jefferson street in a northwesterly di
rection 194 feet to a 12ft. alley tnence
with said alley in a southwesterly di
rection and parallel with Salisbury
avenue 179 2 5 feet to a stake, tnence
it a southeasterly direction ana paral
lel with Je&erson street 194 feet
to a stake on Salisbury avenue,
thence with said avenue in a nortn
fiftaterlv direction 179 2-5 feet to the
is played within hearing distance
Oil '11 1 T
MiapT.?rifl Slonn i.afcnrr.w1 VmTYio OI WW QOg Will COme OOUUQ
from a visit to Gastonia, Sunday.
She reDorts a fine time. nis -iore paws upon nis lap
We think we can report a wed
ding soon from Chestnut Hill.
W. A. Stokes visited John I.
Shaver over Saturday and Sun
The Salisbury Cotton Mill is
still running four days in the week.
Miss Delia Shaver came up to
spend a few weeks with her sister,
Mrs, J. W. Taylor. Bobby.
ing up to the player and
his -fore paws upon his
and begin singing with all the
enthusiasm and art known to the
poor dog's intellect. More than
this, tne faster the instrument is
played the faster the dog will
sing. This is no ' fish' story
but is an actual fact.
Miss Cleo Peeler, of Granite
O.uarrv. is suffering from a
sprained ankle. Xerxes
Having this day qua lifted as
put Re-Sale o! the Cbunn Lands in Franklin
made in the
trustee payment and interest, the undersigned
will sell at public auction, at the Court
House door, on
Monday, July the 6th, 1908.
at 12 o'clock M., lor cash, to the high
est bidder, one tract of land lying and
Bv virtue of an order of the Superior being in Cleveland Township, near the
Court of Rowan County in the special town of Cleveland, and known as a
proceeding entitled "Salhe IS. Uhunn part ol tne ueorge rmrer iana ana
and Others VS X. j. liingnam aim I douiiubu aiiu ueaunueu as iuuuwo ;
others" the undersigned Commissioner Beginning at a stake, breorge miter s
will e-rnns at. nnhlic sale to the hich- corner, thence with his line S. 3 E, 50
oat. hinnar for f".RBn. at tnfl fiourl nuUSc I cnaills lu a b vctiiiiujre uuau, iicax mo
door in Salisbury, N. C, on
Saturday, the 25th day of July, 1908,
at 12 o'clock, m., the following describ
ed real estate in Franklin township
and Rowan county to-wit :
First Tract containing 38g acres,
and known as the school house tract,
and the second tract adjoining Henry
Monroe and others, and containing
3l acres. Bidding on the two tracts
to begin at ?737.uu.
TiYmTt.h Trant Tjvmer west of the
w ---. --
-4. tj . . . JJiXOCUior oi n esiaw oi DwpnHn lands or Jaa, A. lluason, ana Detween Mands, according to a judgment of
aou J-uBujr "iK"' Kirk, deceased, this IS to notify the roads leading to the Hudson house, Rowan Superior Court at Sept. Term
o I l(nt, UCU1IUCU fcU UD IrllO uiuuci iy Ul
Anderson Phifer and John YT Phifer,
all persons having claims against c?ntm22g,
June 22. L
Dick McCurdy died at his home
near Mt. Hope church. He had
Vwn fnr onm tJmo trrmhlo1 vitTi undersigned on or before tne Jdrd tween the road leading from Jas A.
;D maa r, day of June ,1909, or this notice Hudson's to Salisbury and the' Yadkin
appendicitis but was not confined .f. , , J.rtK' . thtk oarna river adioinine theJands of L. A Wag-
tn hia hfirl nnt.il n. fnw dava hnf nrp I .n . . j.ux-j -j i.illner. Jas. A. Hudson and thers and
7 "r . " " 7rJ ; : V A" PeOD8 1UQ DWa w ,UB8W bWdedononesidebytheYadkinriver,
xii8 Buiienug tut) ittBt, lew wm piease maxe prompt Bewie- containine. in both tracts, acres
bank of 3rd Creek, George Phifer's
corner ; thence N 89 W 25 chains to a
stake, near a large white oak, former
ly Knox oorner ; thence N 10 E to a
stake in the center of the public road ;
thence with said road to the beginning,
containing 115 acres more or less, and
being the lands conveyed by J. W.
Steele and R A. Ramsay to George
Phifer, registered in Book 58 page 507
in the Register's Office of Rowan coun
ty, to which reference is hereby made
for full description, and being the
0 visiting in China Grove over Sun-
the death of Johnnie, the little
Just as these items are being
penciled, we hear the sad news of
i.U t Tt,;Q fVi a little "aV'
son ol uaivm rj&sie, oi uxiasuub i yjinxvv .cu
Hill. The little body will be laid self to a new rubber tire top
to rest tomorrow at Liberty. We buggy.
extend our sympathy. Little Minnie Lee Bost has been
All crnnrl wishes to The Watoh- sick for the past few days. We
man and its happy band of corre-1 wish her a speedy recovery.
George Ribelin and brother! spondents.
wont fishing in Panther creek and
caught something over five hun
dred fish, and a large carp that
weighed 26 lbs.
Franklin Brady has a curiosity.
Tfc'a & Tie with five legs. Mr.
The health of the community
is very good.
Gold Knob and the pasture
bovs daved ball June 20th, and
Will Beaver and his brother
Luther, brought a load of Irish
potatoes to Rockwell last week to
sell. Guess they didn't have any
trouble selling them '
Misses Annie and Bessie Peeler
visited Mrs. Mattie Hall Saturday
days was very severe. He was
about twenty years old and leaves
a father, mother, four brothers,
a sister and a host of friends. To
the bereaved parents is given the
consolation that "the Lord gave
and the Lord has taken away : his
will be done,"
We have been having a fine sea
son for the last few weeks and
corn and cotton are growing very
rapidly. Wheat ;is about all
Albert Peeler and family were
welcome visitors at China Grove
What has become of Bro. Bart-
lette? Come on let us hear from
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A A- ii ii.. eiu at to. i o.
m CDviD W p.ooou ,uOUi , u Fjfth d gixtn Tracts lying be- 1M9 .p,, nnny.voH tr tn1rP. Phiff-r.
and 18 acres to' the other Phifers as
-heirs-at-law of George Phifer, and ref
erence is hereby made to said judg
ment and record of the court for full
This land is supposed to be worth
$1,200 to $1,500 and is considered very
valuable. Now is the time to buy a
This June the 5th, 1908.
1 4t R. Lbs Weight, mortgagee.
ment with the undersigned.
This June 23rd, 1908.
Lindsay McCabn, executor,
'6t Spencer, N. C.
Wright and Carlton, attorneys.
Bidding to begin at $2785.20.
For further information apply to the
This the 22nd day of June, 1908.
Richakd L. Thompson, Com.
B. B. Milller, Atty.
Brady will exhibit the pig at the thQ BCore gto0(j 5 to 15 m favor of night and Sunday.
county fair this fall.
The wets are badly disappoint
ed as it has rained so much of
late, they predicted a dry spell
and short crops.
The wheat threshing has al
ready started in this township
and by the last of this week the
machines will be on every side.
The subscription school here
will start the second Monday in
July, taught by Miss Mary Heller
and Miss Mamie Peeler,
The Daughters of Liberty of
Granite Council No. 24, will have
an icfr cream supper here on the
irnnrt.h nf Jnlv. beginning at 4
p. m. and continuing that night
Everette Shive spent Sunday
with his parents.
Miss Aggie Lipe is spending a
fw davs with her sister. Mrs. R.
P. A. Peeler is having his resi
dence painted this week.
The Albert Lee Pink Granite
Co.. has received a big contract
for a building in South Carolina,
L. M. Peeler has bought a fine
John A. Peeler is going to buy
another pair of mules. Venus.
Mfltlfift Having decided to retire
from business, all of those in
debted to me are urged to come
forward and make settlement on
or before July 1st, 1908.
6-15 2t. Jas, H. MoKbnzik,
Gold Knob. -
The hum of the threshing ma
chine is heard in our community,
Gold Knob and Granite Quarry
Cyrus Trexler and Paul Hols
houser visited some of the Gold
Knob girls last Sunday eveniag
The Rockwell furniture factory
had a ball game Saturday. June ia improving a great deal.
Q7tli and h annra tnnd 17 to 29 AUNT JULIA.
in favor of Gold Knob.
Gold Knob and Craven will Seien Horses Enter the Field.
a . m tT j 1 T 1 I . .
cross oats next oaturaay, j uiy Ther j were some graduating ex
4th, on the Gold Knob ground, ftt tke eraded gchool bmld
We are glad that Mr. Lyeriy ing last Thursday evening which
got the buggy. He has been try- were a little ut of the usual order
ing hard for it.
COBNBLIATOBIUM ATU8 .
of such affairs, though thoroughly
in keeping with the eternal fitness
nf fchinca. Seven Yvonne ladies
nnitiu niiiinnll I .
UnbAN tnunun. . whn h hen oarefnllv trained at
We are having some hot weather the Whitehead-Stokes Sanitorium
Mrs. EllaPorter, and her daugh
ter, from Barium springs, are
visiting at Rev. H. A. Trexler's
Ivv Hoffner was a visitor of
were graduated as nurses. The
members of the class are : MiBses
Richardson and Garland, of South
Carolina; Bingham, Ritchie, Go
forth. Safrit and Hatcher, of
North Carolina, la addition to
Rev. H. A. Irexler s Sunday. he other exercises there were some
Misses Lala and Edna Brown very pleasing musical features
are back to "old home" again.
They are visiting friends this week
and will leave Saturday, nope
they will enjoy themselves.
Lee Trexler, George Moose, and
Wedded in AshevlHe.
A number of Salisbury friends
have received cards bearing the
Earnest Moose were visiting near following announcement :
Organ Church Sunday. "Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Hearne
mi ;n iw nAmmnn;n ,t announce the marriage of their
I lie AO mil VO UU-U1IUUU1VU C W 1 w
Organ the 2nd Sunday in August, daughter, Mayme Gray,
colm Crump Thompson,
A Rowan Flsb Story.
Last Friday, while a party was
engaged in fishing, at the Kesler
Mill pond, about seven miles east
of Salisbury, a fine trout, weigh
day evening, June lQfch, 1908, a
Asheville. North Carolina. At
home after June 28rd, Albemarle
The Atlanta Journal announces
Good News for the Boys.
A recent dispatch from Wash
ington contains good news for the
many men employed at Spencer
by the Southern Railway Com
pany, The dispatch in question
"Announcement is made here
in on omciais quarter that the
Southern Railway will not reduce
the wages of its employes July 1st.
When the reduction was proposed
last March a strike was threatened
and, after many conferences be
tween officials and representatives
of the railway employes, in which
Commissioner of Labor Neill and
Chairman Knapp, of the inter
state commerce commission acted
as intermediaries, action was de
ferred until July 1, and the old
rate of wages was allowed to stand.
It was understood that if business
conditions remained unimproved
on July l a new wage scale would
be taken up for consideration. In
formation received at Washington
is to the effect that business in
the South iB reviving, and that
the business and prospects of the
Southern are improving."
This is good news, but it would
give the Watchman pleasure if the
dispatch-also stated that the wages
of employes who were cut on March
1st had been restored to the old
is one of the biggest plugs of standard grade flue cured
tobacco ever sold for 10c It goes further and lasts
longer in the going than any other brand made. A man
who knows of this brand never goes around with a
"chip" on his shoulder, he keeps it in his mouth. It
makes friends, and makes them always glad to see you.
Demand Chip, and don't stand for substitution.
Manufactured by a strictly independent firm.
HANCOCK BROS. & CO., Lynchburg, Va.
Established 1851 Leaders 1908
Commissioners' Sale ol Valuable Farm.
Under and by virlue of the Superior
Oourt of Rowan county in a civil ac
tion entitled Simeon J. Overcash, Lula
Honeycutt, M. E. Shehan et al vb Ma
son L. Overcash and T. L, Overcash,
rendered at May term 1808, we the un
dersigned commissioners, appointed by
said court, wlil sell at public auction
at the court house in the city of Salis
bury, N C, on
Monday, July 6th. 1906, at 12 O'clock M.,
to the highest bidder for cash, one
tract of land containing 58 acres, about
seven miles southeast of Mooresville,
on the R, F. D. No. 1 from Glass, ad
joining the lands of S. M. Furr, W. A.
Kimmons, J. A. Riley, Pock Craven
and others and lies in Atwell township
and known as the home place of the
late Paul S. Overcash, and described
by meets and bounds as follows :
Beginning at a stake in Weather
spoon's line, thence with his line N, 65
poles to a stone, corner of No. 1, thence
with line of lot No. 1. N. 71 W. 93 poles
to a pine in an old field ; thence with
line of said lot No. 5, 46 poles to a stake ;
thence east 23 poles to a stake ; thence
9 poles to a blackgum, corner of No. 3 ;
thence with "fine of said lot east 119
poles to a pine; thence S. 28 W. 48
poles to a stake in Edmiston's line ;
thence with said line N. 76 E. 34 poles
to tne Degimung. a or rurtner par
ticulars and more accurate boundaries,
reference is hereby made to deed regis
tered in book 56 page 252 in the Regis
ter's Office" of Rowan county. Four
teen or fifteen acres in timber; five
acres in meadow ; ordinary farm build
ings with water, etc.
The foregoing lands will be sold un
der thf orders of the court and who
ever buys the same will gat a good
court title. The sale will be left open
10day8foral0bid. Purchase money
must be paid within 20 days from day
of sale or confirmation.
This May the 28th, 1908.
L. H. Clement and R. Lee Weight,
Summersett Undertaking Co,
Are Fully equipped Jwith the latest Hearses,
Church Truck and all supplies necessary for con
ducting funerals, and have a complete stock of all
Coffins, Gaskets and Bnrial Robes.
Their Mr. R. M. Davis and Mr. T. W. Summer
sett can be reached by phone at all times night or
" A MM.M.a kv1 w AAin 1 vi sv 1 (21 I
Ek ?n i.ZrrZ nt the marriage of Miss Pattie
1n ball, of Atlanta, and P. E, Furr
UUuV 1 1 IU V UW U HB All - '
the party, jumped on it with both of Raleigh, the 6rent occurring
feet and made short work of cap- in Atlanta. Mrs. Furr war a f or
turing it. Mr. James considers mer resident of Salisbury and is
himself a luoky fisherman, a sister of Mrs. N. F. Murdoch.
All persons indebted to
Barber Buggy & Wagon Co.
hereby notified to call at the office
of said company on Council Lt.
and settle. The time on notes,
mortgages and accounts will not
be extended, so plesase call and
make prompt settlement. Suit
will be instituted against all who
fail to comply,
R. B. Thompson,
A. B. Watson,
John J. Stewabt.
THE NORTH CAROLINA
STATE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE.
Maintained by the 8tate for the Education of the Women of North Carolina.
Four regular Courses leading to Degreas. " .
Special Courses offered in Teacher Training,-Music, Mauual Arts
and Domestic Science and in the Commercial Department.
Free Tuition to those who agree to teach in the schools of North
-Board, laundry, tuition and all other expenses, including use of
text boka,- $170.00 a year. For free tuition students, $125.00 a year.
Those desiring to enter should apply as early as possible. The
capacity of the'dormatoriea. is limited.
Fall Session begins September 15, 1908.
For catalogue and other informasion address,
J. I. FOUST, President,
GREENSBORO, N. C.
I In Superior
Notice ol Service by Publication.
State of North Carolina,
Jos. H. McNeeiy. plaintiff.
Walter Geo. Newman defendant,
Notice of Summons and Waebant of
The defendant above named will
take notice that a summons in the
above entitled action vas issued on
the 3rd day of June, 1908, against said
defendant byJ.F. McCubbins. Clerk
of the Superior, court of Rowan county,
and complaint filed claiming the sum
ef $324 32 due said plaintiff by account
and breach of contract, which sum
mons is returnable to the August term
of Rowan Superior court, at Salisbury,
N. O., being August 31st, 1908. The
defendant will also take notice that a
warrant of attachment was issued by
said J. X McCubbins, Clerk of the Su
perior court of Rowan county against
the property of the said defendant, to
One tract or parcel of land lying and
being in Gold Hill township. Rowan
county, bounded by metes and bounds
as follows : Beginning at a stone, Mrs.
J. L Rothrock's corner, in the middle
of the Main srret; thence with said
street, S. 45 d?gs. YV. 4 polps and 19
links to a stone ; thence S. 56 degs. E.
23 i oles ani 17 links to a stone on L.
D. McCarnes' line ; thence N. 5 polos
alrtd 12 links to a stone, Mr. J.L. Roth
rock's corner ; thence N. 56 degs. YV.
19 poles and 8 links to the beginning,
which warrant of attachment is re
turnable before the Judge of Superior
court of Rowan county in Salisbury, N
C.,ou the 31st day of August, 1908,
being the time and place for the re
turn of the summons, when and where
,the defendant is required to appear
and answer or demur to the complaint,
or the relief demanded will be granted
J. F. McCubbins,
clerk superior court.
John J. Stewart, attorney. 6-3 4