THE CAROLINA VATCHMAII.
Shout local items
There will be a regular meeting
of the Salisbury Merchant's Asso
ciation Thusrdsry night at 8
Senator Lee 8. Overman re
turned to Washington Tuesday
night af tee spending the holidays
at home. He announces that he
is bitterly opposed to the pension
teal and will fight against U in
the Senate. . . '
Two small residences beyond
John S. Henderson's Esq., were
destroyed by fire Monday, night.
The buildings were owned by
An enjoyable New. Yesr event
was the big surprise dinner at the
home Contractor cf J. D. Browii
on Fulton Heights Monday aiwr
noon. The occasion beidgro cel
ebrate the 44th birthday of Mr.
Brown. Between 75 and 100 peo
ple .were present and enjoyed the
The Rowan Methodist preachers
held an interesing meeting in the
Baraca room of the First Metho
aut cnuron Monday mormnevt
mL n - n
ins ftowaa uountv worn mis -
toners held tbeir regular monthly
Rev. Byron Clark, pastor of th-
Woman't most glorious endowment is the power
to awaken and hold the pure and honest lore of a
worthy man. When 6he,loses it and still loves on,
ao one in the wide world can know the heart agony
she endures.' . The woman who suffers .from weak
ness and derangement of her special womanly or
ganism soon loses the power to sway the heart of
man. Her general health suffers and she loses
ber. good looks, her attractiveness, her amiability
and her power and prestige as a woman. Dr. R.V. Pieroe, of Buffalo, N.Y., with
toe assistance of his staff of able physicians, has prescribed for and cured many
thousands of women. He has devised a successful remedy for woman's ail- ,
nents. It is known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is a positive
specific for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women. It purifies, regu
lates, strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it. No honest dealer will
advise you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit.
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG,
j SICK WOMEX WEIL.
Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengthen Stomach, Liver and Bowels.
Misi Mamie Byrd and John
Bringle, of this coanty, were mar
ried last Saturday. The brida it
a sister of Byrd Bros., granite
contractors of Faith, and is a
splendid womau. Mr. Bringle is
a son of the lte Robert Bringle
and- is an industrious young
Misa Carrie Jones and John A.
Gaidner.jof Faith, were married
at the home of C. W. Windsor,
Sunday evening Rev. Q. C
I very officiated. Miss Catherine
Windsor played the wedding
march. C. Gardner, brother of
the groom, was best man and
17.. .a T 1 i ' . t - i
ojiau cnnren, spent 01ara QardQer was brides maid,
i9t Friday in Charlotte on bms
The coming of the New Year,
1912, Sunday night was marked
by the usual ringing of bells,
blowing of whistles and the ex
plosion of booms in this, city.
There will bt a mass meeting at
the Court House tonight o the
citizens of Salisbury. Ihe meet
ing has been called by F. M.
Thompson, mayor. T. B. Brown,
President Merchants Association,
W. B. Strachan, Secretary Board
of Trade. The purpose of the
meeting is to consider the estab
lishment of a large femsle college
at this point. To secnre this
college, it .will be necessary to
have Jfche hearty cc-operation of
the entire public.
The speoial two weeks' term of
Rowan Superior Court granted by
Governor Kitchin, convened
Tuesday morning with Judge M
H, Justice presiding. It is hoped
that the court will be able to get
rid of many of the cases which
have become "congested on the
Hubert' Hall, the 4-year-cld
son of Mr, and Mrs. Roney Hall,
Mrs. Jno. W. Kesler, of Salis
bury, and Jno. S. Wright, of
Greensboro, were united in mar
riage at the home of the bride,
115 North Long street, last Sup
day evening at 3 o'clock. The
ceremony was performed by Rev.
J. W. Moore, pastor of the ITirst
idethodist church. After the
marriage the couple went to
Grsenst;cro where they spent a
few days and returned to Salis
bury where they will make their
Miss Mary Susan Poole, of the
St. Matthews neighborhood in the
oounty, and Frederick Pajrker, of
Spencer, Were married y at the
home of Rev. G. A. B. Holderby,
pastor of East Spencer and Nortq
Main street Methodist churches,
in East Spincer, Thursday even
ing at 6 o'clook- The ceremony
was performed by Rev. Holderby
The bride is a daughter of Abram
Poole. Mr. Parker holds a posi
tion in the Spencer shops, They
will reside in Spencer.
Sips sf Progress in the Organ Cbargt.
Social Dinner and Pounding.
The pastor in the Organ charge
is just completing his fourth year
in the charge.
The last year wrs one of much
pi ogress in all departments of
2 5, 000 EXTROOiES-
church work. Ebenezar congre-
died at 5 o'clock Sunday evening gation is really an active congre
at - the home of his parent, on gation with 180 communicant
North Boundrry street. The fu
neral took place from Faith Re-
formed church at 10 o'clock Mon-
dav morning. The burial was in
Chestnut Hill Cemetery.
members, 20 of whom nave been
added within a little more than a
year. The congregation has just
purchased a new organ. The
two congregations, Organ and
The Rowan Oounty Medioal Ebeneier, have juat idded auotbV
,Dr. CM. Van Poole, er room uo P""K cussing
president, and Dr. E, W. Currie
secretary, met in the city hall
this morning at 11 o'clock.
The schedule of tain No. 15
between Salisbury, and Aeheville
has been changed . The train
now leaves Salisbury at 5 o'clock,
instead of 4.15, in order to make
connection, with No. 8 . from the
south. This will be a great con- mas and new year, an annual din
vanience for passengers coming ner was held at the parsonage
on No . 8 desiring to reach points with a few more than 100 pres-
The accessions to the Organ
congregation during tne year in
numbers have been twelve by let
ter and ten by confirmation, two
dismissed. The two congrega
tions have just enjoyed some fine
exercises at the Christmas ser
vices. On Thursday between Christ-
Chrlsfmas Exercise at Lutheran E. L.
Church, Pastor Receives Purse.
children and choir ot
eran Chapel E. L.
, China Grove, N. C,
rendered the Christmas
service "Yuletide Greetings"
on Christmas' day at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon to a very
large and appreciative audi
ence, the large spacious
church being filled to its ut
The .children acquited
emselves admirably in the
ermg of the recitations
andxercises. The music
was of a high order, and m
the rendering of the same the
large Jaudience was held
spellbound to i the end of the
-The offering for the
orphans in the orphan home
at Salem, Va., amounted to
There were 284 treats con
sisting of a libelal "quantity
oi candy, oranges, ana ap
pies delivered, to the Sunday
As is the custom of the
Lutheran Chapel people on
these anniversary occasions,
they did not forget their
pastor. Besides the regular
Sunday school treat, they
presented him a handsome
sum ox money as a Christmas
Not being satisfied with
what they had already done
in the way of a cash present,
on Wednesday following, up
wards of fifty of the members
of the congregation called at
the parsonage a short while
before noon and spread a
most sumptous repast, and
every oner-present ate to their
heart's content and yet much
remained to oe taten up.
After the sumptuous meal,
when we thought all was
over, they began giving us a
regular old fashion pounding
with potatoes, corn, canned
fruit, sugar, coffee, postum,
rice, sausage, steak, baking
powder; fresh meat, etc.
Constantly, since the season
of hog killing came in we
have been supplied with
sauiage and fresh meat.
For all these tangible
tokens of appreciation we are
truly grateful. 1 They -en
courage us and unite more
closely the pleasant relation
and friendship that exists be
tween pastor and people,
May the Lord abundantly
bless these dear good people,
and our labors among them.
C. A. B.
Contestants Look to Your LinreU. Tlrf
is 6etHng Shorty
The biggest bonus iff er of the
contest is offered to - $he contes
tants this week who with to make
a little extra effort. : This offer is
a good one for those m the ; lead,
for those who wish to get in the
lead, or for those wh6. have tha
least number of votes! ; This "offer
is 25,000 extra vote4ior eyery
$20.00 brought in f trsubscrip
tions to The Watchman and
Recobd. This means ' with the
regular. vote given, -.45,000 votes
for each $20 00 paid iqn subscrip
tions. Here is the chance of the
contest, an offer that fought to be
taken advantage of, and now is
the time to GET BUSY.
Contests of this kind often de
velop Borne peculiarities. One
has just closed in Statesville that
was one of the'biggesl events that
has taken place there for some
time . . Numbers of the very beit
young ladies of the place entered
and if a man passed through that
town, day or night, $e was seen
by several of them, and he sub
scribed. -He had it to do. They
made it so warm for him that he
was glad to get off by .; subscrib
ing. This iB mentioned merely
to give those who sem a little
backward an idea off Jiow some
seek success. I
There iB no one so far ahead
nor has 4ny one so well worked
the c immunity that the one with
the least number of votes cannot
start now aud win. Numbers ot
subscribers have come in the of
fice and paid up, having met no
one while in town who would ask
tor their subscription. BhDuld a
person pnt in the time from now
till the close of the contest thor-
aagbly canvassing the town and
rural routes, they could not fail
to win the first prize and would
get it for an expenditure of lesB
than one-tdnth of its- value. If
there is a pet eon in tne town or
county wanting a reaL high grade
piano for a song, a very little
sods at that, now is the chance
of a life time to get it.
This special 25.000 bonus offer
for every $20.00 paid on subsorip
tions closes at 2 p. m.,' January
The contestants.' with Miss
Lingle in the lead, stand just as
heretofore. All have put in
quite a number of 'votes, but
there has been no jhange in their
List of Contestants.
Margente Harris ..
Jessie Proctor.. . . .
Roxie EarnhardM . . .
do -Jessie Wither&p&on
do Eloise McNeal..
May Cuthrell (
on the western road.
Rev. E. C. Cronk returned from
his home at Columbia, S. C,
Monday nigbt. He is located on
the second nxr of the Peoples
National Bank, and will be here
the greater part of tne time from
now until the Lutheran Lay
men's Cnvention meets here,
February 7-9. The program for
the convention is being "rapidly
arranged, and many of the speak
ers have already accepted the in
vitation to address the convention.
ent. The pastor and family were
the' recipients of many gifts, all
amounting to $80-00 One purse
came from Ebenezer, another
from his Sunday school class of
51 ladies of Organ and money in
envelopes and otherwise. This
was one of the largest and heavi
est poundings that the pastor
has ever received. The pastor is
trulv sratefal and thankful for
these tokens of good will and
wishes the blestidgs of Heaven to
rest upon the people. X.
rne tanners seem to oe enjoy
ing tne nojidays very mucn
through this section.
J. A. Ribelin has been on the
sick list for the past week.
Work on the new Jr. O. U. A.
M. hall at this place is progress
J. T. Kluttz, who has been
making his home in Denver,
Colorado, has returned home.
We are glad to have Mr. Kluttz
George B. Lyerly returned
home Wednesday after a three
days' visit at Zeb Morgan's.
Zeb Morgan who has been
working at Spencer, is spending
do Mary Rufty.
do Grace Coggins ....... .
do Rata B. Howell
Mrs M S Varner
do A 3 Morgan
do Mary H Barber. ..... .
do Lulu Sifferd
do Lucy Fesperman, ....
do R O Earnhardt. ......
do Delia Wyatt
Mrs C L Basiuger ..........
Miss Winnie Harris...
Miss Luoile Shaver ,
do Ida Morgan..........
Lewis M Holshouser..
rotn tba Experience of Salisbury People.
We are fortunate indeed to be
able to profit by the experience
of our neighbors. The public ut
terances of Salisbury residents on
the following subject will inter
est and benefit thousands of our
readers.: Read this statement.
No better proof can be had.
"Mrs. E, Yates, 6 Park Ave..
Salisbury, N. C, 3ays: i4My
kidneys were badly disordered
and my health was poor. I did
not seem to have any strength or
ambition and my - bead ached
nearly all the time. Often I was
so dizzy that I csuld hardly
stani and there wsb
ameness and soreness
back that it Mas difficult
to stoop. I took the
medicine for a long time, but I
did not improve until I besan
using Doan's Kidney Pills. They
made me well and I shall never
cease to be grateful to them."
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cents Foater-Miiburn. Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doans and
take no other.
Sale cl Mnlh Town Lots Mlwsai Giiift
Pursuant to the - tains of an order
obtained from J. Frank McOnbbins."
The Mark os
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most durable silver
plated forks, ppoons
and fancy serving pieces
are stamped with the re
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distinguish the original
Rogers ware (first made in
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of the best in Quality,
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M THE MERRIAIS WEBSTER!
u- rrlG2T) covering evefTfF
ij field cf the world's thought,
. action end culture., The only
ty, in the cause entitled T L. Thomji
gon and' others against Thos.'.-Hellard,
Sr., Floyd Thompson and others, ap
pointing the un,iersignd commission
ers to sell tne real estate of. the late
Jesse Heilard for division and parti
tion, the undersigned will sell at pub
li? auction a, the court houe door in
the city of Salisbury on
Saturday, January 27fc 1012,
at iwelve o'clock M., the following de
scribed real estate:
(1) Two vacant lota lying and be
ing in thfe town of East bpencer, front
ing and situate on the northwest side
of Henderson street and knr.wn as
lots Nog. 13 and 15 retpectiveJy lot
No. 15 beginning at a stake on the
northwest corner of the inersrc ion
of Shdver street extension and Hen
derson street, now corner of lot No.
H , thence with line of lot No. 14 or
extension of Shaver street south 57
dega. 45 minutes 155 1-2 feet to a
ttake on the alley, thence with edge
of 12 foot alley 80 70fe?tnorth 39degs.
30 minutes west to a Ptake, corner of
lot No 18, thence with edge of lot 18
north 57 degs. 45 minntea east 163
feet to a stake Henderson street,
thence with edge of Henderson street
60 feet south 32deg. 15 minute3 eat
to a stake to the beginning crner.
And lot No. 16 is bounded &s follows:
Beginning at a stake on the southwest
corner of the extension of Shaver
street and Henderson street, thence
with the edge of Henderson street 50
feet to a stake, corner of lot no. 12.
thence with lim- of said lot 12 s juth 57
degs , 45 minutes west 148.03 feet 1 1 a
stakeon edge of alley, checci with
edge of said alley 50 feet west 39 degs
30 minutes west to a 6take corner of
rihaver street extension, now lot 14,
thence with line of lot 14 west 57 degs.
45 minutes east 148 03 feet to the be
ginning corner. For back title to
these two lots reference i hereby
made to Book No. 90 rage 503.
(2) One tract beginning at a stake
in the Statdsville road, thence north
10 dees, east 30.10 ohain? to a gtime.
thence north 83 degs. east 16. 60 chains
to a stake, thence with new line south
14 west 6 50 chains to a stake, fthence
south 76 east 6 08 chains to a stake
dower .iornei, thence with dower lin&
uth 10 east ls o chains to a stake
on railroad, thence with laiUoad 13
chains to a stake, tlunce south 13.75
chains to a stike in the StatesviU?
road, thence with said road to the be
ginning, containing 75 and" 3-4 acre
more or less ; less however 5d ace
heretofore conveyed to J. H. Carson
deed for which is registered in book
125, page 38, ana whicn leaves in thi-s
tract about 20 and 3 4 asres. For
back title to this tract, reference is
hereby read e to booli No. Ill page 832.
3) One tract of land lying and b1
ing in Scotch Irish Township on the
south side of Third Greek mid being
uart of the Neely Alill tract ami
bounded as follows: Beginning at a
stike on Third Creek r.n Pow'hs3' line,
thence in an easterly direction with
Powlass' Jine to a sweet gum, Powlass
and Carson's rorner, theiue with Car
son's lint? to an ash, Carson's corner
n-jar'lhird Creek, thence up Third
Creek with its raiiou rDeandWings to
live begi nirg. containing 36 acres
more or less. For back title to this
tract reference is hereby made to
Book of Deeds No. 73, page 175.
(4) Wx acai.t lots in the prt of
the town of Salisbury known as Ful
ton Heights, as shown on the li. A
Wl eeler man registered in the rlefiis-
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ii de2ne3 over 400,000 Wi
iiT Words; mora than ever HS
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s. 2 too Pages. 6000 II- j&S,
t?CA it is the otzJy dictionsry
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caedine entitled Geo- H. Pess. Calvin
H. Pless, Willie A. Pless et al vs. Mary i
Pies3, Jacob Plegs and May Pleas, th
same being special proceeding No.t98, '
the undersigned, commissioner , 'will :
expose for 'sale at public auc-ion for
cash at thecourt house door in Sails- "
bury, N. C, on -
Saturday, ihe 6 1 day of Jscaary. 1912,
at the hour of 12 m., or as soorr there
after as possible, the following tract of
land: . -..v
Sitriate in China Grove Township,
Rowan county, beginning at a stone on
the nice acre tract (bought from Caleb .
Stirewalt), two chains east of a nton '
near a ceda", eorner 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 Dee. 4th, 1911.
Geo. H. Pless,
Jonn L. Rendleman, attorney.
NOTICE To CBEiMTQRS.
Having, qualifiel a administrator
of the estate of James Newkirk, tkia is
to notify all psrs jns having- claims
against the sid decedent to 'file an
itemized verified statement of tame
with the undersigned on or before the
14th day of December, 1912
or this notice will be pleaded in bar of
thpir recovery. Persons indebted to
said estate are notified to make prompt
This December 9. 1911.
6-t Jonx J: Stewart, administrator.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Having qualified a? executor of thfl
estate of Mrs. Sarah r. Mault, this i
to notify all pei'sons having claims
against the said decedent to file an
itemized, verified statemeut of sume
with the undersigned on or before the
12th dy of Dec?mber, 1912, or thiB
notice wiil be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. Persons indebted t said
estate are notified to make prompt
This 12th of December, 1911.
6v, pd A E. Morgan, executor
J04. naee 6C2. as follow
S, 11, and 13 in Block No.
a?-o. A ''Stroke cf Genius,
it is an encyclopedia in pjg
a Bincio volume. Is
P.o.r it is accepted by the e
Press ae the one supreme an-thority.
he who knowa Wins
Success. Let us tall
you about this new work.
j 9irElI3 for speoin of new divided page.
: 6. i C. KEItP.lAii CO., Pofc'-isKen, Sprinifield, Mass.
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WIWIMIIIiMaWIIMII IIIH !! Illl III 1 III III II
A Oirl Wild Midnight Ride
To warn people of a fearf al for
est fire in the Catskilla a yonng
girl ride horse-back at midnight
and saved many lives. Her deed
was glorious bat lives are often
saved by Dr . King's New Discov
ery in cariog lasgtronblt, congbi
and colds, wniommignt have end
ed in consumption or pneumonia.
"It cared me of a dreadful cough
and lung disease." writes W. B.
Patterson, Wellington, Tex.,
'after fonr in our family bad
died with consumption, and I
gained 87 pounds." Nothing so
sure and safe for all throat and
lung troubles. Price 50o and
$i.)0. Trial bottle free. GuaT
anteed by all druggists.
If you have real estate to sell. Gall to see us .
If you wish to buy real estate, Call to see us.
If you need Insurance, either life or fire, Call to see as.
If you wish to borrow money. Call to see us.
If you have money to lend, Call to see us.
'" We are well prepared to guarantee all loans and pay six per cent
for same, and will examine titles, make up deeds and mortgages free
of cost to all parties who will place their money with us, and we will
pay interest twice a year at our office. Notary Public in our office to
prepare all papers. We earnestly ask that you call to see us when in
the city and learn of our plans and methods of business .
the holidays at home, J. L.
Morgan is also spending the holi
days at home.
School at the college com
menced Thursday after a three
A. E . Morgan is wearing a 40
X 80 grin. It's a big girl.
Frankie Morgan and family
visited at J. H. Morgan's Christ
Rufus and Theo. Trexler visit
ed home folks recently.
Mrs Ivey Morgan .and son, J .
H. visited Mrs. Morgan's sister.
Mrs. Jacob Smith, near China
Grove, recently . Johnny
Try a pair of Krome
Waterproof Shoes made
and Guaranteed by
3 and lots
Noa. 11, 12 a"d 13 in block ho 5.
Th?se lots are 50xU;0 feet each, as the
same appear on said mai. tJ which
reference is hereby made.
(5) 19 va"ant lots in the part of the
tuvn of S.ili .bury known as Fulton
Heights 8nd being a part of the U. A.
Wheeler property as shown on the
V liefer man registered m the egis
ter's office of Row an countv in Book
104, pagf 6 J2and being lots Nos. 16, 8,
5.15.7 6,2.9.10,12 4, 14 and 1 in
Block No. 3 and lots Nos. 18, 19, 8, 9
10 in Block No. 24, and also lot No. 29
in Block No. 10. These lots are 50x150
feet each fronting 50 and extending
back 150 feet.
Said lots are fully described on the
aforementioned map and reference is
hereby made, to the sara) for f urthoi
particulars, boandavies, etc.
All of the aforementioned lots will
be sold on th3 date mentioned ab'.ve
to tre high; st oi'der for ca?h, ano
sai l sale will be left open for ten dayt
for a 10 Per cont bid. On the day of
the sale, each purchaser will be re
quired to pay at least 10 pv cnt of
the purchase price.
This December 27th, 1911.
T. 1 . Thompson,
R. T. Weatherman, -
A. H. Price, coihmiifsioners.
W. A. Bristol,
R. Lee Wright, attorneys.
NOTICE TO CBL0ITGH3.
Having qualified as Administrator
of the estate of Anderson Ransom, 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
14th dav of December, 1912
or this notice will be plead d in bar of
their recovery. P-Tns indebted to
aid estate are not. tied to make prompt
This December 9th, 1911.
6-t Jons J. SiEWART, administrator :
Hatica ofApplleaiion for Farn. .
Application will be made to th"e
iioverr.or of .North Uarolina ror ihe
pardon of Jamie Noell convicted at
ths August term 1911, of the Superior
court cf Rowan county for abduction
and sentenced to the state prison for
five years. This is to notify all per
sons opposing said pardon to make
known said opposition to the governor.
This the 13th day nNJecember, 1911.
Walseh& VValseb, attorneys.
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mty n fce 8UPerir court
Salisbury Realty & Insurance Go
1 22 N, nain St. - A. L. Smoot, Sec. & Treas.
PLOPIES NATIONAL BANK
SALISBURY,, N. C. '
Does a General Banking
We pay 4 par cent on time de
posits, interest payable every
rrompt attention given to any
business entrusted to as.
Your business solicited.
Peoples' National Bank.
John S. Hendeeson, J. D. Norwood,
D. L, Gabkill, W. T. Busby,
I V .-president. asst. cashier
1 17 W. Innes Street,
EVERY WOMAN CAN MAKE
MONEY AT HOME. The
Woman's Exchange will help y-n
COME TO THE WOMAN'S EX
CHANGE, In Reids store.
For Sale. Six strong young mules
Call at or write to Brown Pal
mer Clothing Co., Salisbury, N. C.
Fof Sale A lot of thoroughbred,
single-comb, Rhode Island
Reds, A splendid lot of pullets
and cockerels delivered in Salis
bury at $1 00 each. First come
first served Now is the time to
buy. Call on or writ R. A. Mc
Laughlin, Cleveland, N. C. tf.
For Sale. One eight horse powor,
upright, steam boiler and e: -pine;
one Bet of two hcrse wagnu
wtnelB with steel axels. John J
Stewart, Salisbury, N. C. 10-25 tf
Our Building Material wH please you.
Our celling and siding at $1.00
per 100 feet wiU tickle you. Good
man Lumber Co. 'Phone 405L,
le-Sito cl Lend.
Under and bv virtue of an order of
the superior court r.f Rowan countv,
made in the special proceeding ent.i
tied John J. Stewart, administrator
of Pattie Johnson, deceased, against
Will Lillington and Ethel Bryant and
husband v. H. Brvant. Jr.. the same
being No- 93 upon the special proceed
ing docket of said court, the under
signed commissioner will on
the 3 d day ofjFebrnaiy, 1912
at about 12 o'clock noon, at the court
house door in the town of Salisbury
North Carolina, offer for pale tu the
highest bidder for cash that certain
tract of lanl'lying and being in Uowan
county, North Uarolina, ana more par
tieularlv described as' follows, to-wit
an undivided one-half interest in and
to thf land set forth in dee 1 recorded j
in Book No. 108, page 489, register's
office for Rowan county, and owned
by Bettie Lillington and Pattie L
Johnson, deceased: Beginning at a
stake and iron corner on the south
side of and near the North Carolina
railroad and south 55 1-4 deg. Wist
2 87 chains from the northwest corner
rf the 5 226 1CC0 crelot recently pur
chased by T. U. Van lerf 'nl and for
merly owned by Warren Oulraan
heirs, and runs thence south 55 1-4
degs. wept, nearly paralle1 with the
North 'Carolina railroad. 2.13 fths. to a
stake near the crossing over the" rail
road ; thence 2 3-4 dg. west 13.11 chs.
to a stake iu an old hedge row ; thence
north 55 1-4 degs. east with said hedge
row 2.13 chs. to an iron and stake
which is south 55 1-4 degs. west and
2 87 chs from the southwest cornenjof
the said Vanderford lot; thence north
2 3 4 degs. ext 13.14 c'h. to. the be
ginning, containing 22"8-1000 acres
more or les. Upou sai i land ii loca
ted a two-story live-room, house.
This property U about one mile
souihwest f:vin Ihe public Fquare of
the eity f irrflfhury. Jay i Vlong the
Nor h Car-ilira railroad and finely lo
eatd for a manufrt jturing ite. Any
c n-i W.-Hi'g for such a location will do
v-U to inspect the property before
Jonr J. Stewart, commissiohbr.
This 27th day of December, 1911.
J. D. 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-iri-after described to be sold at
public auction to satisfy the judgment
rendered in said cause.' I will on the
8 ti day of January, I9i2,
sell to the highest bidd r. for cash, at
thecourt House door in Salisbury, N. .
Ci, to satisfy said judgment, the fol-'
lowing described real estate:
Lying ana being in the town of East
Spencer, and fronting tfM Railroad Av
enue, and beginning at a stone '00 feet
from the ceatre of the North Carolina
Railroad near the crossing about three
miles North kasrof Salisbury and runs
thence S. 61, 50 E- 50 feet to a stone :
thence N. 31 W. 194 feet to the be
einnins and more fully described in
deed registered in Registers office of
Rowan county in Hook No. 123, Page
346. to which reference is hereby made.
; his is an execution sale ana the
p-irchaser will get & title under the or
ders of the court. This 6th day of De
J H. McKenzti,
sheriff of Rowan count j.
Notice ot Iwm and Warrant oi it-taelimsnt.
In the Superior
J. A. Watson v J. W. Mahaley.
I he defendant, J. W. Mahaley, will
take notice that an action entitled a
above has been commenced in the Su
perior court of Rowan county by th
plaintiff to recover damages in th
sum of five hundred dollars ($500.00)
from defendant for the seduction of
plaintiff's minor daughter, said sum
mons being returnabla to the term of
Rowan superior court at Salisbury on
February 12th, 1912, when and w-' ere
defendrnt is rrqnired to appear and
answer or demur to the complaint
which will bw deposite l in the office of
the clerk of the superior court of
aowan couin y during, the first three
days of siid term or plaintiff will pr
tiy to the court for the relief demand'
ed in the complaint. Defendant will
further take notice that a warrant f
attachment against defendant's prop
erty in aowan county has been issued
in said action which warrant, is re-'
turnable to the term of aowansuperior
court at Salisbury on May 6th, 1912.
This December 11th. 1911
- J. F. MoOcbbins,
clerk superior court sowan county
Whitehead Kluttz and T. F. Hud
son, Attys. 4t dp.
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