THE CAROLIIIA VATGHLIAN;!
,MiB Jnlia West, an aged lady,
who uves on the corner of LeeJ
aud Franklin streets, has Buffered
partial itroke of paralysis and
ner reoavary jg Tery dooJ
fnl Qk U u.-
--. wuo uo uuuu m a very
weakened oonditioD tor the Jae
few montls. She in a sister b
James H. Wet, of Greensboro.
mo tvii suit in tne superior
ooutt last week, for $1,765
brought by J. P. Harper & Com
pany, against the Southern Rail
way, a verdiot awarding the plam-
ins $1,250 was rendered by the
jary . j. p.. Harper & Company.
brought suit for alleged damages
ts two shipments of horses from
T. nienrl1n TT mi .
AJ. trial con-
amed two .days. The attorneys
of the Southern gave " notice of
appeal to the supreme oourt.
rostmaster Jas. H. Ramsay
has anuonnaed that the collec
tion of mail on Sunday from all
k .. ....
uo WABB ia tne city will be dis
continued, excepfcf the following:
Corner Main and Bank atrAtB.
iu uu r.sner; corner
Main aDd Ioniss and the box at
Smith's Drug St re. The collec
tions will be made from these
boxes between 6LLd 6:15 p m
Haretofoe the collections have
beeu made on Sunday afternoons
from all I oxes on Stu-h MaiD
treet to Chestnut Hill, thence on
Fulton street to the Whitehead
8 takes sanatorium, aud again
crossing to Main on Liberty street
op Main to Lnniss street and to
the postoffie. This change is
made to allow the carriers a rest
on Sunday. It has ben neces
, aar? for tbem to work over tim
longer than the law required,
nmce this change in tne Sunday
Senator Lee 8. Overman and
Ms private secretary, J. D.
urcwn left Sunday night fjr
Washington for the opening ses
sion of congresi on Monday
The Lutheran Bazaar opened
today and will continue until to
Dr. John W. Carleton an P. S .
Carlton left Monday morning for
Warsaw, 8. C. They will be
gone a week.
Governor Kitchin has granted
commissions for a special term of
superior court for Rowan county
beginning January 1, Judge M.
H. Justice, presiding. This
special term of court will be held
in order to clear up the civil
docket in this ccurt which has
The Lutheran church at Spen
cer has made arrangements with
Rev, Boozer to supply the con
gregation of that church while it
is without a pastor. He will
preach twice each month at
The Elks Memorial Sunday
afternoon was one of the most
interesting end impressive sar
vioes ever held by the Salisbury !
lodge. TheGrubb theatre build
ing, where the memorial was
hld, was packed with people who
were eager to see aud hear the
exeroise. Hon. William J.
Cocke, of Asheyill9, delivered
the principle address of the oc
casion. Mrs A.M. Cruse, wife of one
of Rowan's farmers, suffered a
broken arm last Wednesday.
She was performing her usual
- duties about the bouse when she
fell over a small stump in the
yard and the limb was badly
fraotured. A physician was. im-
tmediately summonei and render
ed the necessary aid. It is hoped
Mrs. Cmse will soon iecover.
She is the mother of Mrs. C. L.
Lsntz of Spencer.
The Spenoer shops observed
Thanksgiving last Thursday.
Miny of the employes went home
toetjiy the day. Others went
bunting and returned with vari
ous kinds of game. Only a few
men were at work at the shops
and some of the freight trains
were annulled for the day to
allow the men to observe the day.
The Salisbury high school
basket ball team won a game of
besk-t ball from the high school
team at Lexington, Friday eve
ning, by the score of 27 to 22.
jThis is the second game between
jthese teams. Lexingtou won the
Ths Ba" of the Episcopal
church will be held on December
the 12th and 13th.
V. Wallace & Sons want every
body to remember that they wish
a portion of the public's patron
age and, to this end cirry one of
the largest and varied lines of
clothing and men's furnishings
. . - i
of any store in the State. TheyUull memberehipof the board was
call attention to a number of ar-
tides in their big advertisement
in this paper.
A tlT TTT ' sw a
a. w. winecon e Dig sale is
still in progress and therefore
your opportunity to secure some
of the great bargains he is offer
ing is still good. But don't pro
crastinate, the sale lasts only a
few days more and delay might
prove a misfortune. If you are
in need of anything in his line it
might be well to call at once. See
his big advertisement in this pa
8. H. Wi!ey, who has been do-
ing business on West Innes Street
for the past few months, has
moved back on South Main Street
near his previous location in the
Empire block. He irin the store
room with Maynard Bros.
Miss Effie Lambert, under the
auspices of the W. C. T. U., de
livered a very valuable and inter-
estitg illustrated leoture before
the children of the graded school
Monday morning. Her subject
waB the citarette.
Mayor F. M. Thompson is kept
at home .this week owing to bo me
slight indisposition. His numer-
oub friends hope to see him out
See the TatterBon-Yonng Mer
cantile Company's advertisement
n this paper. It has some real
bargains in it.
The Patterson-Young Mercan
tile Co., one of China Grove's
leadiog and enterprising firms,
not being eatished with their us-
ual low prices on all mauner of
go-. as, are making some special
fixtures just now owing to the
low price of cottont This splen-
did nrm, that always treats its
customers with courtesy and ev-
ery consideration consistent with
safe business methods, has a large
advertisement in this Daner to
which it may profit our readers to
refer. Ihey certainly quote some
Thfl nnrflm onnrfc h..
firmed tha nan nf J. Thnm..
Broadway, convicted at the May
term of Rowan sunerior conrt
and sentenced to five years in the
penitentiary. This ends the case
aud Broadway will be compalled
to labor for five years for the
The Grand Jury's Report.
The grand jury of the recet
term of the Rowan Superi
court, having visited the varioi
county offices, the chain gang
and the county home, re
ported them all in a neat,
orderly and satisfactory condi
tion. In addition to the above.
that body was induced to make
the following recommendations:
"We visited the treasurer's of
fice and fonnd the books accur
ately and systematically kept.
We, the committee app inted
to visit the chain gang at camp
No., 2 found several bovs about
14 or 15 years of age. we think
that such young offenders ought
not to be put on chain gang, we
therefore recommend that steps
ought to be taken by our proper
authorities to send such offenders
to the State reformatory or some
other institution'of training. Wt
also taken note of the macadam
road over which we traveled. We
think mush repairing is needed
on roads built 4 or 5 years ago
and recommend that our county
should take steps to establish a church and while gone the con
repairing force, and we do f urth-j gregation proceeded to show its
ermore recommend that our conn- appreciation of his services by
ty commissioners do discontinue voting him a two-hundreddollar
the old-fashioned stone macadam, addition to his salarv. On Mod-
and build sand clay or some other
We also recommend
court house for Rowan county,
one modern and in keeping with
the timps efficient to accommo
date the business of generations
to com' and be a monument to lVu BJ j u WttS. maae naPPy by
. . , , , the many testimonials and ex
the county that the old builditg pre83ions of good will and appro
to be repaired and ranted and the ciation by his loyal flcok. Rev.
proceeds of same to be used to- Thomas is an able pastor and en
ward paying for the new one." tirely worthy of. the esteem in
J, A. Kluttz, of the Orgn which he is held not alone by the
, members ot his church but bv
Church neighborhood was fore- those of other churches in SaliZ
wm. bury and elsewhere.
6Iie Contract to Build a Bridsrs (he
. f w- -' -
Tjte Rowan county commission
- ere met in regular monthly ses-
sion Monday and it was neces
eary to continue the meeting tw
days to finish the business. The
-present as followi : P. B. Beard
chairman : P. A, Hartman. W. P
Barber, A. L. Deal and Fred Mc-
Superintendent C. S. Carter of
chain gang No. 1 reported 26
convicts, 7 whites, 18 colored, :
Superintendent Y. Thorn a
son of gang No. 2, reported 88
convicts; 14 whites, 17 colored,
2 colored females.
Mrs. C :S. Patterson, superin
tendent of the county home, re
ported 14 inmates, 9 whites,
ur. ai. li. omoos, county su
perintendent of health reported
the health of the county charges
moderately good . There is some
scarlet fever in the county,
Hon. John S. Henderson, Wal
ter Woodson, Feq city attorney ;
H. S. Trott, M. C. Quinn and
others appeared before the board
and asked that the board help the
city to improve the roads in the
city limits to the extent of giving
three months work by one of the
Ordered to allow Mrs. Eliza-
beth Swicegood $1 per month for
Ordered that the ridge road
frsm Sowers' ferry to Wm. Kes-
ter's, be placed under the super
vision of the township supervisor.
Ordered to exempt J. W. Clam-
pet from road duty tor two years.
Ordered to allow Mary Josey
f 1 per month for support.
Ordered to allow D. M. Mc-
Quaie $3.60 reduction on account
Ordered to purchase a car of
piping for Mt. CUa township.
Ordered that D. L. Neel, of
Woodlsaf, be and is hereby ap
pointed road supervisor in Unity
Sealed proposals for building a
bridge ever Second creek on the
Statesnlle road were submitted
bv the Yorke Bridget
gan Building Co., Oswego Build-
ing Co., and a company at Roa
A delegation from China Grove
u J 3 i nr T n 1 t
u DWinx, M.
nomP80n. J- L- Siffefd. ,J. C.
Yourg and others, appeared be
f jre the board and asked that the
grade be reduced on the China
Grove to Saw road. Upon con
dition it is ordered that same can
not be granted.
C. J. Deal appeared and asked
that the road leading east of Lan
dis to Cold Water be opened. It
is therefore ordered that said pe
titioners be allowed to open said
road under the provisions govern
ing the opening of new roads, and
ti is further ordered that C. M.
Miller survey said road.
It is ordered that the supervis
or of China Grove township re
pair road from Landis to Saw.
Ordered that the Virginia
Building Co- be given the con
tract to build the bridge over
Second creek, provided their
plans are in accordance with the
American S. C. E , and the speci
fications are approved by the
chairman of the board and the
county civil engineer.
A. M. Rice, township tax col
lector, report 3d collectpd of the
1910 tax to date $307.26; of the
1911 tax $2,698.45.
Baptists Show Appreciation of
Rev. C. A. G. Thomas, paBtor
of the First Bapt:st Church, has
been very agreable surpris
ed several times this week. Snn-
day he was invited out of the
day night quite a number of his
congregation proceeded to give
him a pounding. A considerable
quantity of gocd and useful ar
ticles, food, etc ,' were placed in
the Sunday School room and, he
was invited to ioin them. Hb
j:j j i i
Progress In The Hookworm Campaign Ac
Reports from the physicians o
the State andfrom the physicians
conducting the State and County
free dispensaries for hookworm
diseases, show that since the work
began twenty-one monthB ago up
wards of forty-five thousand peo
pie have been treated. Nearly
half of this number has been
treated in the free dispensaries
of thirteen countiea since, July
First. In the State there are 1800
physicians, and 1500 of them are
active practioners, 1200 of tnem
have sent in written accounts or
their experience with the disease,
and 800 of them, representing all
sections of the State, have I een
actively engaged in . treating the
disease. Twenty-five counties
have alreadv made provision for
the dispensaries, besides those ap
propriatiDg for the dispensaries,
the first Monday in December.
86, 000 people have been micro
scopically examined for hook
morm disease. A large number
of those treated had such . heavy
infection that the microscopio ex
amination was not necessary.
There is found now little difficul
ty in seouring co-operation on the
part of the peolpe and county
oomissioners, where good results
of the work can be seen or heard
State Penitentiary Burns.
Huntsville, Texas, Dec. 4
Several persons including con
victs were injured and four build
ings were dynamited before fire
which broke out at the State pen
itentiary here today was brought
under control . The administra
tion building and the prison cells
escaped the flames. Convicts
aided in fighting the fire. The
amount of the damage has not
been estimated. At one time the
entire town was threatened and
fire apparatus was sent from
Houston, 75 miles away.
For a time the fire threatened to
spread to the business section of
None of the prisoners escaped,
although several sustained minor
burns, none was seriously injured.
Eleven buildings, including the
cotton and furniture factories,
machine shops, ice plant and an
offic ebuilding burned.
Presbyterian Missionaries in China Report
Rev H F Williams, of
Nashville, Term, who is in
charge of the educational de
partment for foreign missions
of the Southern Tresbyterian
Church, wrote to a Greens
boro layman under date of
"I am sure our missionaries
at Nanking have left the city
We had a cablegram yester
day from Dr Woodbridge,
who has instructions from the
committee to keep us fully
informed of the safety of our
missionaries in China, in
which he said 'all are eafe '
I think it very piobabl
that all our missionaiies in
the zone of active war have
gone to Shanghai or to some
other point within easy acs
There is a union theological
seminary at Nanking under
the control of the Northern
and Southern Presbyterians;
also a medical college of
which Dr. Shields, of the
Church, is the head, which is
under the joint control of sev
eral denominations. ,
There has been much anxs
iety as to the safety of the
missionaries in that city,
whenB there have already
been Moody massacres by the
imperjialisls and counter mas
sacre at least of the Manchus
are looked for when the rev
olutionists capture the city.
A Great Reader.
A literary person in Eng
land was talking literature to
an American visitor -
"Do you read much?" he
"Oh, a great deal,"' was the
confident and prompt reply
"What, for example?"
"A Sunday newspaper, reg
"No more than that?" in a
"No more 'than that?" ex
claimed the visitor "Gee,
man, 1 guess you never saw
one of our Sunday newspa
pers, did you?"
Cor Great Popularity Contest is Warming
up. An ah star Company.
Viuite a number of the young
ladies in our great popularity
contest are beginning to appreci
ate ioe opportunity we have
afforded them to win a snlendid
high grade piano, and to realize
that the task bef ore them is Loth
pleasant and profitable. To tell
who is to be in the lead from .one
i j . . '
aay tin tne next is 'an lmpossi-
ouity, ior tney are all Btars vyine
ui suo ureti position, wnicn. is
constantly changing, yet none
tall far enough behind to be dis
Wot a single vote is given anv
one mac tney ao not aotually
At A 1 -B . f
earn, for it is manifest that
exact lustioe muBt be accorded to
every one alike, but should any
one not get tne votes she thinks
belong to her, according to the
rules, come in or write the under
signed at once, and full consider
ation will be given the matter.
The books can be seen at anytime
by any one interested. Don't al
low litt'e trifles to discourage
you, but remember to be right on
the job at the close.. That is the
time to show the full measure of
your ability to win, however,
don't allow the grass to grow un
der your feet in the mean time.
The 5,000 bonus offer made last
week to any one bringing in the
most subscriptions the week, was
tied by Miss Ida Fesperman and
Miss Electa Lingle, so m order
to be fair 5,000 vrtes were given
Miss Electa Lingle. of Crescent.
takes the lead this week with Miss
da Fesperman a close second and
Miss Pearle Wiley a close third.
Several of the other contestants
how unmistakable signs of taking
the lead soon, so those in the lead
had better look to their laurels.
Attention is called to the sub
scription price schedule as puh-
ished in this paper. No votes
are given on 50-cents subscrip
tions. The prices for Buhscric-
tions are $1,00 for both papers one
year, or $1,00 for two years to
either The Watchman or The:
Record. This gives all an equal
opportunity and will postively be
adhered to throughout the con
test. The suite of furniture can be
B9enatGeo. W.Wright's furni
Write or come in and see us for
Enter now, it costs yen noth
ing and never again will you have
the opportunity to secure a beau
tiful piano or handsome parlor
suite with so litth pleasaut effort.
Contestants, remember that we
issue votes on subscriptions and
advertising secured by yon. Re
newals count th9 same as new
Contestants must report ou or
before Tuesday of each week not
later than 2 p. m.
For further infoimation address,
Mrs K. L Norris,
- contest manager
List of Contestants.
Mies Mazey Rideuhour . . .'.
do Ruth Cornehso
do Margerite Harris
do. Jessie Proctor
do Pearle Wi!ey
do Blanche Tichenor....
do Roxie" Earnhardt, ....
do JiBsie Witherspoon. . .
do Eloise McNeal
do Nellie Ke9ler
do Aunice Foreman
do Hattie Baker
do Blanche Charles
do Mattie Chiison
do Sallie Canup
do Maggie Julian
do Ida Fesperman
do Mary Rufty
do Grace Coggins .... ....
do Rata B. Hcwell
Mrs M S Varner. ....... .
Miss Olive Thomas
do Dolly Webb
A dele Shaeffer
R C Earnhardt.
Ad D Shaver
Mrs C L Basinger ,
Miss Lucile Shaver
do Ida Mcrgan
do Ei-ma Ludwick ,
do Flora Arey
do Hanna Jenkins......
do Maud Earnhardt
do' Carrie Rcthrock,
Mrs R D Coleman
Mrs Lillie Eagle
Miss Belle Fleming.
do Mary Hobson
do Mary Tatum. . . ..
do Esthpr Fisher
do Eleanora Brown ,
China Grove. '
do Anna Rose
Mrs Lewis M HolshouBer.
do Eleota Lingle
Jim Winchester, better -known
as Jinrbtaacill, a colored - indi
vidual who formerly - made hi
home in Monroe, but one day the
wander lust struck Jim and he
went off with some hors traders
and when he got to Statesville he
stopped and is staying in that
ton now, if he is living. Some
time ago Jim had been annoying
a prominent citizen of Statesville
considerably and the victim pro
posed to Jim that he would give
him a nickel if he would agree
not to speak to him for six
months. Jim accepted the nicke
upon the conditions named, and
started away happy in the
thought of the possession of that
nickel, and as the darkey walked
away he turned to the man that
had given it to him and said
"Boss, dis don't count if we meets
in heaven." Monroe Enquirer.
Annual Coll Show Proposed for Uooresvllle.
It is quite probable that a num
ber of south Iredell stock raisers
will get together during the last
of this or the first of next year to
complete the arrangements in
augurated some weeks ago to or
ganize a company for the purpose
of holding an annual colt show in
Mooresville. The plans have not
been fully worked out, but there
are quite a number interested. Be
sides making it a colt show for
south Iredell, the scope to be in
eluded in the enterprise will em
brace Iredell, Catawba, Lincoln,
Mecklenburg, Rowan, Cabarrus
and any other counties likely to
be interested in it. It will not
be a "fair." although it is the
purpose of the promoters to offer
premiums fcr the finest specimens
of farm aDd garden, dairy and
other pre ducts .
Dr.R R Morrison is quite fa
miliar with the pla'.s and will be
glad to confer with any who are
interested. Mooresville Enter
prise. The Bolk-Harry rCo., has a
change of advertisement in this
paper and they want yout to see
thfeir toys and Christmas goods.
bee the advertisement and then
Bee the goods.
WHEN THE BOWELS
and you miss that fine feeling
of exhilaration which follow
a copious morning operation,
you should put a small quan
tity of Simmons Red Z Liver
Regulator (The Powder Form)
on the tongue and wash it
down with a little water.
Its action in the system is
purifying and strengthening.
It drives out hard impactions
and impurities and gives tone
to the muscular structure of
the bowels. It overcomes the
tendency to chronic constipa
tion, relieves a bloated feeling
in the abdomen, sweetens the
breath, and promotes vigor of
body, mental alertness and
Sold by Dealers, Price, large package, $1.00.
Ask for the genuine with the Bed Z on the label.
If you cannot get it, remit to us, we will send it by
mail, postpaid. Simmons Liver Regulator is pot op
also in liquid form for those who prefer It. Price,
1.00 per bottle. Look for the Bed Z label.
J. H. ZEIL1N & CO., Props., St Louis, Mo.
Commissioner's Sale o! Valuable Lands.
Pursuant to the terms of an onler
obtained from J. Frank McOubbins,
clerk superior court, in the gpecial pro
ceeding entitled Geo H. Pless. Oalvin
H. Pless, Willie A. Pless et al vs. Mary
Pless, Jacob Pless and May Pleas, the
same being special proceeding No. 98.
the undersigned, commissioner, will
expose for 'sale t public auction for
cash at thecourt house door in Salis
bury, N. C, on
Saturday! the 6th day of January, 1911,
at the hour of 12 m., or as soon there
after as possible, the following tract of
Jf.Situate in China Grove Township,
Rowan county, beginning at a stone on
the nine acre tract (bought from Caleb
Stirewalt), two chains east of a stone
near a ceda", corner of said 9 acre
tract; thence west 23.65 chains to
Ritchie's corner ; thence south 16 70
chains to a stone, Ritchie's corner
thence east 29.10 chains to a stone on
the old Sifferd line; thence to the be
ginning, containing 44 acres more or
This Dec. 4th , 1911.
Geo. H. Pless,
John L. Rendleman, attorney.
Having qualified as administrator of
the estate of Lula B. Litaker, this is to
notify all persons having claims against
the said decedent to file an itemized,
verified statement of same with the
undersigned on or before the 18th day
of November, 1912, or this notic will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
Persons indebted to said estate are
notified to make prompt settlement.
This October, 1911.
6t John J. Stewabt, administrator.
Remember the Salisbury Pawn Shop
when you want pistols, guns,
cartridges, gon shells, all kinds
of mechanics tools, clothing,
STATE OX N02T H dABOLINin
DEPARTMENT O STAT.'
CEBTIFICATB 5jf DIBSOLUTIOH.
To All to Whom These Presents May''
Whereas, It appears to my satisfac
tion, by duly authenticated record of
the proceedings for the voluntary dfs
solution thereof by the unanimous
consent ofill the stockholders, de
posited in my office, that the Mutual
Investment Company, a corporation
of this State, whose principal office ia'
situated at No. 117 W. Council Street,!
in the city of Salisbury, county oh
Rowan, State of North Carolina (P. &.
Carlton being the agent therein and
in charge thereof, upon whom process
may be serveil), has complied with the1
requirements of Chapter 21, Revisal
of 1905, entitled "Corporations," pre
liminary to the issuing of this certifl-j
cate of dissolution :
Now , Therefore, I, J. Bryan Grimeai
Secretary of State of the State .of
North Carolina, do hereby certify that !
the said corporatioa did, on the 24th"
day of November. 1911, file in my otY;
fice a duly executed and attested con-
sent in writing to the dissolution of
said corporation, executed by all the '
stockholders thereof, which said con- ;
sent and the record of the proceed
ings aforesaid are now on file in mv J -
said office as provided by law.
In Testimony Whereof. I have here
to jet my hand and affixed mv offim'nl
seal, at Raleigh, this 24th day of No
vember, A. D. 1911.
J. BrfYAW GBIME8,
Secretary of State.
By virtue of an execution directed
to the undersigned, from the SuDerior
court of Rowan county, North Garo-
ma, unaar a judgment in favor of
Peeler Grain & Provision Go, plain
tiff and against L. L. Cranford, defen-
ant, said judgment being docketed
on page 27 of Judgment Docket No. 14
n omce of Ulerk Superior court of
Rowan county, I will sell to the high
est bidder for cash, on
Monday the First Day of January, 1912,
at the court house door in the city of
uaiinuuij, iiuiiu uaruiiua, LJ B&blBIJf
said execution all the right, title in
terest and estate of the said judgment
debtor L. L. Cranford whereof the said
judgment debtor L. L. Cranford was
seized or pos eased at the time of the
docketing of said judgment in the su
perior court of Rowan county, to-wit:
On the 12th day of June, 1911, or at
any time afterwards, of, in and to the
following described lot situated in the
town of Spencer, North Carolina, and
bounded as follows : Beginning at a
stake on the east side of Alexander
street 200 feet north from the in
terfectiongof said street and White
head avenue, corner to lot No. 4;
thence with the line of lot No. 4 scutn
87 deg. and 15 minutes east 150 feet to
a stake in the edge of a 12-foot alley ;
thence with the edge of said alley
north 2 deg . east 50 feet to a stake
corner to lot No. 6; thence with the
line of lot No. 6 north 87 dep. and 15
minutes west 150 feet to a stake in the
edge of Alexander street ; thence with
the edge of said street south 2 deg.
west 50 feet to the beginning ; being
lot No . Five (5) as shown by the map
of the John S Henderson addition to
Spencer, North Carolina; and being
the same lot that was conveyed to the
said L, L. Cranford by 8. W. Keller by
deed registered in book 108 page 218
in office of Register of deeds of Rowan
At said time and place , to satisfy
said execution, I will also sell to the
highest bidder for cash, all the right,
title, interest and estate of the said
judgment debtor L. L. Cranford, as
shown by tha records in the office of
the Register of Deeds of Rowan coun
ty, whereof the said L. L. Cranford
was seized or possessed at the time of
the docketing of said judgment in the
superior court of said county, to-wit :
On the 12th day of June. 1911, or at
any time afterwards, of, in and to the
following describedlot :
1st Lot. Beginning at a stake' on
the northeast side of Iredell avenue in
the town of Spencer. 100 feet north'
west from the Second street ; thence
north 2 deg.' and 21 minutes east 170
feet to a stake dn line of a 12-foot al
ley ; thence north 87 deg. 45 minutea
west with line of said alley 50 feet to
a stake ; thence south 2 deg. and 21
minutes west 170 feet to a stake on
line of Iredell avenue ; thence with
saiu avenue south 87 deg. 45 minutes
east 50 feet to the beginning, and
known as lot No. 5 in block 6 as shown
by the map of the Whitehead prop
erty addition to Spencer, North Caro
lina , and i being situate in , Rowan
county, North Carolina, and being the
same lot that was conveyed to the
said L. L. Cranford by J. C. Thomas
and wife by deed registered in book
97 paee 202 in office of. Register of
Deedftfr said county.
This the 27th day of Novem'cer, 1911.
J. H MoKenzi, ,
Sheriff of Rowan county.
John L. Rendleman, atty. for plaintiff
EVERY WOMAN CAN MAKE
MONEY AT HOME. The
Woman's Exchange will help yon.
COME TO THE WOMAN'S EX
CHANGE, In Re ids store.
j In the
J . u. Dorsett
Pursuant to an execution directed
to me by the clerk of the Superior
court of Rowan county "in the above
entitled action commanding the land
here-in-after described to be sold at
public auction to satisfy the judgment
rendered in said cause. I will on the
8 h day of January, I9i2.
sell to the highest biddtr, fcr cash, at
the courc House door in Salisbury, N.
C., to satisfy said judgment, the fol
lowing described real estate:
Lying and being in the town of East
Spencer, and fronting on Railroad At -enue.
and beginning at a stone 103 feet
from the ceatre of the North Carolina
Railroad near the crossing about three
miles JNorth .bast of Salisbury and runs
thence S. 61, 50 E. 50 feet to a stone :
thence N. Zl W. 194 feet to the be
ginning and more fully described ia
deed registered in Registers office of
Rowan county in Book No. 123, Page
Si, to whieh reference is hereby made. -;
'lhis is an execution sale and the.
purchaser will get & title under the or
ders of the court . This 6th day of De
J. H. MoKmiu,
sheriff of Rowan county.
Highest market price paid
for Cll DO
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