THE CAROLIIIA VATCHMAII:
SHORT LOOAL ITEMS
Rev B 0, Oronk, ; Bnoretary of
he Lutheran convention to- be
held "in ? Salisbury on February.
7-0, armed in the cHylfiom 0v
lnmbia Trjetday, accompanied by
Mrs. Oronk, who will be assis
, The- hafeholderB of the
51 eY National Bank and of? the
irst National -Bank held their
annual meeting! in the respective
bank office , yesterday evening.
Officers werech Men ; by each ; of
the banks for the year, and other
m&tten pertaining to the welfare
of the bank were discussed. ; v
The ladies of the first Baptist
ohnrch are conducting a week of
prayer services this week.
Rev. W. H, McMaster, field
secretary of the Lord's Day Alli
ance of North Carolina, addressed
a union meeting in the Metho
dist church in Spencer; Tueiday
Mr. and Mrs B. H . Miller en
tertained a . few f rieuds at their
home from 7 to 8 - o'clock Satur
day night; ,
z Mrs, C. A. Q. Thomas enter
tained her Sunday school class it
the Baraca rom oi th3 First
Baptist church, Monday nigbt.
The singers oi Salisbury, male
and female, are requested . to
meet at St. J" nn's Lutherai!
church, Thursday night; for the
purpose of organizing & choir t
furnish music during theoouven
tion. A negro employee of the South
ern came very near fre zing t
death Monday while at wcrk
around tha water tank in Spen
cer. When he was found he was
frozen almist EtifT, but he rt
ceived prompt medical attention.
Thomas O. Crowell, of Mt
Pleasant, and. Miss Ada Peeler, of
thi9 city, were married at 6.80
o'clock, Sunday eve ring at the
home of tha 'bride. on South Ellis
gtrset, Rev. C. A. G. Thomas,
officiating, '.only a few friends
of the couple being present. Mr.
aud Mrs. Orowell will make' their
home in Salisbury.
N. A. Trejxler, ciunty survey
or, has just' completed a sarvey
of every lot at Ltndis and will
make an up-to-date map of the
The Democratic National
Convention will De neid. in
Baltimore on June 25.
The Equitable Life Insur
ance Society builaintf, ocs
cupyinsr a square block, in
New Yrk City was dettroy-
ed by fire luesday morning
The Iops is estimated at from
$5,000,000 to $20,000,000.
Jhe 'Stomach it a larger factor in "life, liberty and the pur
. smt of happiness" than most people are aware. Patriotism
!'V Can withstand hunger but not dyspepsia. The confirmed dys
f Peptie 'is fit for treason, stratagems, and spoils." The man
- who goes to the front for his country with a weak stomach
will be a weak soldier and a fault finder.
;A sound stomach make for good citizenship as well as for
health and happiness. 4 ;
:. Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and
nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use of
Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDIG7LI. DISCOVERT,
It buildm up the bodywith sound flesh and
The dealer who offers a substitute for the "Discovery" is
only seeking to make the little .more profit realized on the
ale of less meritorious preparations.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free
on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send
21 one-cent stamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps
for the cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical
Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D.y President, Buffalo, N. Y.
Rev. C V. T. Richeson
was sentenced Tuesday to be
electrocuted during the weefc
of May 19th. His attorneys
will1 make petitions to the
Governor of Massachusetts
for life imprisonment.
Wrong Ideals Of Home-Making.
I know a farmer whose wealth
iB estimated at forty or fifty
thousands dollars, who bays
blooded stock, drives a floe tarn
oat and whose farm presents a
prosperous appearance. I had
occasion to call npcn the sick
wife confined to her room. No
experience has ever been more
shocking than the sight of that
bed-room. The room was a scene
of filth and discomfort, flies
swarmed, a sweltering sun beat
upon the windows protected only
by a set of ragged, useless shades;
there was insufficient bed linen for
even a pretense of neatness or
comfort for the sick oue ; badly
oooked food added to the discom
fort and disorder which reigned
snnreme. Miss Stevens, in The
CANDIDATES AIL HARD AT WORK.
The Great Contest Is Hearing its Close.
1 . Now Betting Interesting.
The Watchman-Reoobd's vot
ing contest continues to grow
more arid more interesting. -
Th.e bonus offer last week caus
ed several contestants and their
friends to bestir themselves.
Only ten: more days and the
contest comes to - a olose. The
contestants should work in earn
est and Bolicit subscriptions and
advertising so that they may
posBeBs one of the valuab e
prizes. Write letters to rwla
tives and friends anywhere and
everywhere and ask them to help
yoqj Most of them will be glad
ro nelp you win more votes, .bet
hose who. have pledged their sup
port to the contestants come for
ward and help their favorite.
Contestants most report Tues
day at or before 2 p. m,
Mies Fespermau tcck advan
tage of the liberal bonus offer
jf last week which places her in
the load. Miss Lingleris second
nd Miss Wiley toird. TheBe
three young ladies have given
oach other a merry chase all dur
ing the contest.
At the close of the contest, at
2 o'clock Monday evening, Jan
uary 22nd, the l.allot box will be
bauded over to a committee of
tnree gentlemen, the box will be
opened and they will count the
votes, examine the books or any
records that may bear on the con
test if requested and declare the
result. The party getting the
most vostes will be awarded the
piano and the next highest will
be awarded the parlor suite. The
committee is composed of the
following gentlemen: Jas. H.
Ramsay, postmaster; S.F. L rd,
'X-mayor, and W. L. Kluttx, ex
Those who entered th9 contest
bat have not done anything or do
not intend to do anything are re
quested to return the blank books
List of Contestants.
Miss Pearle Wiley
do May CuthreU
do Ida FeBperman
do RetaB. Howell.
Mrs A 8 Morgan
Miss Mary H Barber -.
do Delia Wyatt
Mrs C L Basinger.
Miss Winnie Harris
Miss Lucile Shaver. ,
do Ida Morgan
Lewis M Holshouser..
Miss Electa Lingle
W. R. Henry, of this city, re
ceived a message Friday announc
ing the d ath of his brother, W,
H. Henry, at Morgantrn. The
remains were brought to Salis
bury Friday n'ght and ttken to
Concord, Saturday ' morning,
here the deceased was buried.
Mr, Henry was 58 years old and
ia a native of Iredell county, tot
m?ved to " Coucord more than
twenty y ars ag, and engaged in
the livery bueiDesB at Forest Hill.
He is survived by sven children,
two daughters and five sons.
Mrs. Martha Jane Snider died
it tbe home of her son, D. W.
3nider, on the Mt. Pleasant road,
at 4:55 o'clock Monday evening.
Death was the result of old age.
The deceased was 77 years old,
and was the widow of the late
Rev P. M. Snider. The funeral
took-place from the First Bap
tilt church at 3 :80 o'clock Tues
day eveniDg, Rev. C A. G.
Thomas cffioiating. The inter
ment was in the English ceme
tery. The infant of Mr. nd Mrs. W.
M . Btsinger died Monday at the
home of its parents on East Hen
derson Street. The remains
were shipped to Richfield Tues
day morning for burial.
PientjolEggs in Winter. 1
i Let me tell your readers how I
manage to get plenty of eggs ; all
winter: - . f - -
(1) I get my pullets and 'hens
ready for egg production by. the
i5sh oi October. 'April-batched
pullets aud two-year-old hens
well cared for will be ready for
business by "that, time They
must have good feed and plenty
of it. ... - ' ,,
(2) It is very important to
have a good house for them. Let
it be wind-proof on tin west,
north and east sides, with a twc -foot
space the whole length of the
south side open, with poultry
netting to keep chickens in.
Have a curtain of good thick
oloth for the open space. Keep
it down at night and roll it up in
the day. Have littor about 12
inches deep all over the floor of
the house for them to scratch in
for grain. Keep them in all
rainy days and oat of snow.
Never let them out as- long as
there is any snow on the gtound.
for they will eat it and it will
stop them from laying,
(8)", Hew "75 hens should be
fed. Give them early in the
morning 4 quarts wheat scatiered
in the litter in. their house. At
no6n give them a mash made of
two gallons bran and one quart
of mealed clover. Use butter
milk, or any kind of milk, to
make it up with if you .have it.
vitve them about all they will eat
op clean. About threevor four
times a week put a little blood
meal in' their mash. ' Jurt before
sundown I-give them about a41
the corn and oats they will eat .
I do not repuire them to saratch
at this late hour. Give them the
best quality of feed you can buy,
for the 'best' is' the cheapest
They will pay for it with a
good profit. Keep crushed oyster
shells by them all the time. .
The next thing in order is to go
around with a good-sized basket
and get up the eggs, for. you will
need it At leust that ib the
way my Leghorns treat me. Mrs.
J R. Pace, in The Progressive
' Holies of Sale Under Execution. - Sale el Talaabh Toft Lots iud Finf .
North Caroiica') Iu thn, Superior , ' ' "
Ro.wau. Conisty v Courts i. Pnrsuant to a Judgment and ..decree
Salisbary Realty. &
Co.. Plaintiff, asainat R. L
noostou. UoteLdaut. By virtue
t. ol tfte aupenor court or Kowan cDun
vlUPUraUC9 ; tT, :n thft --..iu, Antithi) T T. Thnrnti.
NATURE TELLS YOU.
AsUanva Salisburi Reader Knows
When the kidneys are sick,
Nature tells you all about it.
The urine is nature's calendar.
Infreauent or too trequent ac
Anv nrinarv trouble tells of
Doan's Kidnev Pills are for
all kidnev ills.
Sali. bury people testify to their
M. M. Williams. 72 8. Kirk
tt . Salisbury. N. C. says:
can endorse Doan's Kidney Pills
just as highly now as I did three
vars SBo. as ; the benefit they
brought me at that time' has been
permanent. I suffered a great
deal from backaohe and I also
had headache?. I felt tired and
dull and I noticed that the kid
ney secretions were unnatural
The contents of sevaral boxes o
Doan's Kidney Pills improved
my condition in -every way
hope that my statement will lead
other kidnev sufferers to try this
Tor sale by all dealers. Price 60
' cents Foster-Milburn Oo, Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Bemember, tbe name Doani and
take no other. ' .',
OUT OF SORTS
When you feel lazy, stretchy, half-
sick, "blue" and discouraged, look to
the liver.' It is torpid.
THE POWDER PORM)
IS THE REMEDY YOU NEED
It is not only an invigorating tonic
for a torpid liver, but it extends its
cleansing and restorative influence to
the stomach and bowels. Helps diges
tion and food assimulation, purifies
the bowels and brings back the habit
of regular daily bowel movements.
When the stomach, liver and bowels
are active, bilious impurities no longer
obstruct functional processes, the re
sult oi wnicn is renewed energy,
mental activity and cheerful spirits.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $1.00
Ak for the genuine with the Bed Z on the label. J (
yon cannot get it, remit to ni, no will lend by mail
poitpaid. Simmons Liver Bcgulator it also put Dp in
liquid form for those who prefer it. Price, (1.00 per
bottle. Look foT the Bed Z label.
J. H. ZE1UN & CO., Props, St Louis, Mo.
"l had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes
Mrs. L. Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was
not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had
to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no
better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried
Cardui, and soon I began to improve, Now I am in very
good health, and able to do all my housework."
You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after
other remedies have failed. The answer it that Cardui is
successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients,
that act curatively on the womanly system, ft is a medicine
for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and
restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness.
If vou suffer like Mrs. Fincher did. take Cardui. It
will surely 4o for you, what it did for her. At all druggists.
Writ to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co, Chattanoota, Tens,
tor Special Instructions, and M-pagt bool Hom Treatment lor Women," tent free, J W
of an execution directed ti the
undersigned, from the Superior
court of, Rowan County, in the
above entitled action; I will self
to the highest bidder, for cash, on
Monday, Ihs 5!b day of February, 1912,
at the court house dior in' the ciiy
of Salisbury, No: th .Carolina, to
satisfy aaid execution, ; all the
right, title and interest which the
eaid R. L. HouBton, defendant,
J'.as in the following described
property, to-wit: Beginning at
u stake on Horah St., Carters
Coiufir and running with liorab
St. N44 W50 feet to a stakej frhence
S46 W200 feet to a ..take, thence
S44 E50 feet to a stake, Carters
Corner, thence N46E with Carters
line 200 feet to the beginning, be
ing Lot 57 Square "M" Lcrds
pla1;-, lying op SW ide of the
Corporate limits of the great west
Ward of the town of Salisbury.
J. H. McKenzie,
1-3-4t Shoriff Rowan county.
Office and l.ngpital on lnnis? St., near
Mansion House corner. Day Dhonp
Night phone 430. 4-270 26.
THE HOME OF
BIG LINE JUST RECEIVED.
Prune your fruit trees. Of
course this work may be dene any
time during the winter monthB,
but by pruning' early you get rid
of these branches before doit g the
winter spraying, This is worth
something, as it is time and mon-
ev tnrown away to spray tnose
U1HUUUDB IUII BIO U WUS UUUl
provided, of course, that these
cut cut branches are destroyed
Don't leave those branches.
which vou prune out, lying on the
Kidney and Bladder Troubles and
Nervous Debility Yield Readily
and Quickly to Treatment with
HAGGARD'S SPECIFIC TABLETS
"A SURE CURE".
Haggard Specific Co.. Atlanta, Ga.
Gentlemen:!, have used your tablets tor inai
zestion and have found them to be just what yon
claim for them. I have tried several remedies, but
did not tret any relief until I tried your tablei
I would cherfull7 recommend your tablets as a
sure cure for indigestion. Yours truly,
S. H. GREEN. M. D
HAGGARD'S SPECIFIC TABLETS will put
you on the road to health, make rich, red blood.
i -ed vour wasted tissues and put new life, vim
nd vigor into you. Take Hastrard's Specific Tab
lets. Ba a man! If you are a woman who is heir
to the ills of her sex, thi3 remedy will alleviate
your sufferings. Try a box at our risk. If it does
not benefit you, your money will be cheerfully
raiunded. 50c a box.
irrnmid under tne trees, nor in a
pile at the edge of tLe field Sold b SlTlitll DlM CO, , SaJ,sjlDr
- a a . I . II-
Haul them out and burn tbem at
. 0 .
once, as toey very orten namor
harmful inserts and fundus
stores L A Niven, in the Pro
Calendars fOl I9I3i Tbe Watchman
office has just recDived a most
excellent tine of beautiful art
sample calendars for 1913, and
invites those who contemplate
purchasing calendars to see cur
line before buying. We cau
show the goods and quote the
QRAlnJ HIDE SHOES for
every member of the family.
They will wear you 12 months.
Bell Shoe Store,
111 N. Main St Salisbury, N. C.
If you have real estate to sell. Call 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 us.
If you wish to borrow money. Call to see us.
If you have money to land, 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 placR 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 citv and learn of our plans and methods of business .
Salisbury Realty & Insurance
' 122 N. Main Si. - A. L. Smoot, Sec. & Treas.
A Girl' J Wild Midnight Ride
To warn people of a fearful for
est hre m tbe batskilli a young prices that will cause you to buy,
girl r de horse-back -af. midnight Write to or call at The Watch-
and saved many lives. Her deed UjAN 3ffiCe.
waB glorious but lives are often
saved by Dr. King's New Discov
ery in curing langtrcnllo, o tighs
and cildi, which might have end
en in consumpti n or pneumonia.
It cured me of a dreadful congh
and In g disease " writes W. R.
4,alter ftur in our family had
died with consumption, and I
gained 8 pounds. jxofung so
sure and safe for all throat and
lung troubles. Price 50o and
$1 00 . Trial bottle free. Guar
anteed by all druggists., '
Our Building Material win please yon.
Our ceiling and siding at $1.00
per 100 feet will tickle you. Gold
man Lumber Co. 'Phone 405L,
at R W. & I. 8
(the post office) at Granitw Qaar-
ry. iljeave your repair wcrk
there, or send it direct to mo at
MKJ No. 6, Salisbury. N. C
2-1-11 lyr. pd. R. L. BROWN.
Whether you want to tour Texas for
pleasure, or investigate tne farm ana
business opportunities there, this is your
on great chance to go at tne teasj cost.
Tourist fares toTexas
now in effect daily via Memphis and
Cotton Belt Route
Hoie Made Sboes.
Try a pair of Krome
Waterproof Shoes made
and Guiraiiteed hv
117W. Innes Street,
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
SALISBURY, N. C.
Docs a General Bankins
41 Hn- CCrrntl:-
We pay 4 p t cent on time de
posits. , interest payable every
rrompt a'teution given to anv
business entrusted to us.
Your business solicited.
People' ational Bank.
John S. i enderson, J. D. Norwood.
D. L.Gaskill, W. T. Bosbt,
V -president. asst. cahier
NOTICE Tu CREDITORS.
Having qualifiel as administrator
of the estate of James Newkirk, this is
to notify all persons having claims
against the sid decedent- to file an
iteipizea verineu statement of tame
with the undersigned on r before the
14th day of D e c e nrb e r, 1 9 1 2
or thia notice will ba pleaded in bar of
their recovery. Persons indebted t'
said estste ire notified to make prompt
This December 9th. 1911.
6-t Johst J. Stewart, administrator
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Fares from: Blrmineliun AtluU Qattaaooge
X & Monte amenr Ualtoa ft Keaa
San Angelo..... 37.90
San Antonio.... 35.75
Tourist tickets on sale from practically all points
. in the Southeast, to Texas. Stopovers allowed
, free, on both going and returning trip-and yon can
stay at winter a you wisn-ior me
Return limit is June 1st.
Write today I will tell you exact far
from our town and make up scbaduia trte.
H. H. Sattoa, Wr. PMnacw ksmi, H. E. AH. Fmmisw Aort
MS W. 3t C LSaiiiswsii lasi
Having qualified as executor of the
estate of Mrs. Sarah a. Mault, this is
to notify all persons having claims
against tne said aecedent lo nie an
itemized, verinea statemeut o: same
with the undersigned on or before the
12th drbf December, 1912, or thi
notice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery, r'ereons indebt'd to said
estate ae notined to make prompt
This 12,h of December, 1911.
6t pd A. E. Morgan, executor
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
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
ltemizea. verinea statement or same
with the undersigned on or before the
14th dav of December, 1912
or this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. IVrsj ns indebted to
said estate are notified to make prompt
This December 9th, 1911.
6 t Jchn J. Si kw art. administrator
Notice of Application for Pardon.
Application will be made to the
Goverr.or of North Carolina for the
pardon of Jamie Noell convicted at
th3 August term J9U, of the superior
court ti Kowan county for abduction
and sentenced to the state prison for
nve years, lnisisto notiry all per
sons opposing said pardon to make
known said opposition to the governor
This the 13th day of December, 1911
WALSER& walskr, attorneys.
EVERY WOMAN CAN MAKE
MONEY AT HOME. The
Woman's Exchange help vr-i
COME TO THE WOMAN'S EX-
CL1ANGE, In Reids store.
'Phone 640 .
rOi 5He.--Un tight norse powr
upright, stem boiler and
em'; one set tt; two ncree waeni
whols with st el nxels. John J
Stewart. Salishr.rv. N C. 10 5 tf
For Sale A lot of thoroughbrAd
smyle-coTib; Rhode Island
Reds, v A sp'endid lot ci pallets
and cockerels delivered in Salis
bnry at II 00 each. First com
first . served: Now is the time to
bay. Call on or write B. A. Mc-
Laaghlin! Ciayeland, N. 0, tf.
son and others against Thos. Hellard.
Sr., Floyd Thompson and others. ap
pointing the4 undersigned commission
ers to sell trte real estate of th lat
Jesse Hellard for division and parti
tion, the undersigned will sell at pub
lic auction at the courthouse door ia
the city of Salisbury on
Saturday; Jannary 27th, 1012,
at twelve O'clock M., the follow leg d
scrib?d real estate:
(1) . Two vacant lots lying and b9
ing in the town of Ean Spencer, front
ing and situate on the" northwest sida
tf Henderson street and known, as
lots Nob. 13 and IB rHunentirnlv. lot
I So. 15 beginning at a stake on tha
nortnwesi corner or tne inters ion
btf Shaver street extension and Hen,
desson street, now coraer of lot N j.'
14, taence with line of lot No. 14 or
extension of Shaver street south i? -degs.
45 minutes 155 1-2 feet to a
stake on the alley, thence with edga
of 12. foot alley 80 70 fejtfnorth 89 degs,
30 minutes, west to a stake, corner of
lot No 18, thence with edge of, lot II
north 57 degs. 45 ' minntes east 169
feet to a stake Henderson street,
thence with, edge of Henderson stet -60
feet south 32 degs.. 15 minutes
to a stake to the' beginning eorner.
And lot"No-.J8 is bounded as follows:
Beginning at a stake on the southwest
corner of the extension of 3hTer
street anil Henderson street, - thMi
with the edge of Henderson Btret Au
feet to a stake, corner or lot ko. 12
thence with lint of said lot 12 south 17
degs , 45 minutes west 148.03 feet v
stake on edge of alley, there wlca
edge of said alley 50 feet west 39 deys.
30 minutes west to a stake corner f
Shaver Street extension, now lot 14,
thence with li.ie of 'ni 14 west 57 dg
45 nv'nutos eat 144 C3 feet to th x
ginncBg ..corner. r Dack tiUm -.,
thfse two lots reference It htrfty .
made to Book No. 60 page ,603.
(2) One tract beginning at a ht
iu the Statasville road; thence mrtk
10 dees, east 80.10 chains to a Hon,
thence north 89 degs. est 13.60 chain
to a stake, thence with new line sou til
14 west 6.50 chains to a stake, rhn
south 76 east 6 08 chains to a siaka
dower corner, thence with dower lina
uth 10 east IS.75 chains to a tak
on railroad, thence with lailioad It
chains to a stake, thence south 18 Tf
chains to a stvke in the Statastil
road, thence with said road to the
ginning, containing 75 and 3-4 acre
more or less ; less however 53 WM
heretofore conveyed to J. II. Carson,
deed for which i registered In book
125. page 3S, and whicti leaves in tbi
tract about 20 and 3 4 ares. roc
back title to this tract, reference H
hereby made to book No. 114. age88i
(3) One tract of land lving and tw
ins in Scotch Irish Township on hl
south side of Third Creek and being
part of the Neely Mill tract as4
bounded as follows: Beginning a
stnke on Third Creek on Powlass' lin.
thence in an easterly direction wit
Fowlass' line to a sweet gum, Powl&sa
and Carson's orner. Ahence with Oaf-
son's line" to sn ash, Carson's earner
near Third Creek, thence up Third
Creek with its various meanderings rt
the beginning, containing 86 acres
more, or less. For back title to this
tract reference is hereby made to
Book of Deeds No. 78, page 175.
(4) sn vacant lots in the part of
the town of Salisbury known as Ful
ton Heights, as shown on the K. a.
heeler man registered- in the Ketis-
ter's office of Riwan county in Book
104. cage 602, as follow Lots Xt ,
3, 11, and 13 in Block No. 8 and lota
Nos II, 12 and 13 in block .So 5.
These lots are 50x150 feet each, as th
same appear on said map. to' which
reference is hereby made,
(5) 19 vacant Jots in the part of th
town of Salisbury known fas - Fulton
Heights and being a part of the K- A.
Wheeler property as shown on the
Wh eeler map registered in the - egls-
ter's office of Rowan county In Boo
104, pace 602 and beins lots Nos. 16. S.
5, 15, 7. 6, 2, tf, 10t12 4, 14 and 1 to
Block No. 3 and Jots JNos. 18, 19, 6, 9
10 in Block No. 24, and also lot No. $9
iu Block No 10. These lots are 50x14)
feet each fronting 50 and extending
Said lots are fully described on tha
aforementioned map and reference H
hereby made to the sam for furthva
I articulars, boundaries, etc.
All of the aforementioned lots wiil
be sold on the date mentioned abova
to the highest oWder for eash, an4
said sale will be left open for ten days
for.a 10 per cnt bid. . On the day
the sale, each purchaser will Do re
quired to pay -at least 10 Pse cvnt at
the purchase price.
This December 27th, 1811.
T. I . TnoMPsoir,
R. T. WxfTHXBxaa,
A. H. Price, comraiutonarsY
W. A. Bristol. , .
R. Lee Wright, attorneys.
Re-Sale of IM
Under and by virtue of an order at
the superior court f Rowan county,
made in the special proceeding enti
tled John J. Stewart, administrate.
of Pattie Johnson, deceased, aeainS-
Will LHlinjrton and Ethel Bryant and
husband W- H. Bryant. Jr. i the sama -
bemg Bo 83-upon the sjeial- pToead
ingdewwsofaid court, tha-.asdar-
siguea erWBEnaaiQper vrm m
at about lo'felpftk noon,: svt; th: aatf
house door in the: town ofj 8alitbuxr' '
norm uawiina, otrar ror- aai a."ffjia.;.
i . i A- ai- , m . jv-Aa--.'' .
ij iLiicnv twuri- xia. vwk- t nmw wwrwmtmHu
tract of fan J lyinc'and befngteRow.
ticuiany oeaertaeQ an rofiowrrMMrrrit
to the land set forth in deal record!
in Book No. 108, page ,489, regisWl C
ofiieH for Rowan eviunty , .artdL owoafc
by B"ttie LitHngion. nd Patti4
Johnson: deceased: Beginning al tV
stake and iron corner on the soutJs
side of and near the North CaroJtiMr. ,
railroad and south 55 1-4 deg. wal
i cuains iront tne norinwesi orus
of the 5 226 K0f Were lot recently f.o v
chased by T. H. Yanderf ord ana for
merly owned by AVarren , Coleman
heirs, and runs thence south 6a 1-4
degs. west nearly parallel with tha
North Carolina railroad. 2.19 tha. to A- .
stake near the crossing over the rati-.
road ; thenca 2 3-4 deg. west 13.14 aha,
to a stake in an old hedge row ; than
nortl- 55 1-4 degs. east with said hadga
row 2.13 chs. to an iron and; stata ;
which is south 65 lv degs. west and
2 87 chs from the southwest tomsrOfN ;
the said Vander ford lot; thanaenortlt
2 3 4 degs. east 13.14 ch. ta ths
ginning, containing 2 26-1000 aac '--more
or less. Upou taid iaad fa loaW
Thia property is about, oust mlla
southwest from .the- public square A
one looking for such a location wilf da
well lo inspect the property bet
salo. . ; . ,
Johh J. Stbwabt, eommissioo.sv
This 27tb day ol VtC9VHTt lfU