' -1 ji
: UutMnouiift vjAToiitmn
xrar n, mxrAAt d. and rto&
oS&lMd tTtty TvMdfty at 130 Wesf
Innttitreet. " , r
- Estmdu leaond-claii matter Jan.
i feVT R. O.. wider the act of Oongress
s tssS:r tl Riwiies Wera 5 Rec8lied.
The Caeolina Watchman
Bxoobd Popularity'-; Contest
& doaied Monday evening at
D d a OL t as per announcement.
XOt course on the last day and
up to the last' minute there
iras a rush to get'in subscrip
tions and otes. vJThe con
test had practically narrowed
down to three, Miss Ida Fes
erman,:: No. :2- Salisbury ;
Miss Electa Tingle, Crescent;
r . Miss Pearle Wiley, Salisbury;
-who put up a beautiful, good
natured ficht, and it was not
possible toA say just who the
- winners would be until the
gentlemen, who kindly con?
sented to count the votes,
1 announced the result.
Miss Iingle took the lead
early and held it until the
. last bonus offer of 25,000
votes was made, when she
lost to Miss Fesperman who
alone took advantage of it.
Miss Fesperman having taken
the lead held it until the
finish, with .Miss Lingle
second and Miss Wiley third;
the difference in the vote be
tween the two latter, how
ever.- was small and Miss
Wiley, besides being a most
cnarming young laay, provf
d a game looser. Owing to
this close vote we regret that
there were not three - prizes,
.one for each of the splendid
young ladies wno snowed go
much enterprise and ability
in the work they had under
- The disinterested gentle
men who counted the votes
made the following report:
The vote of The Carolina
Watchman-R e c o r d Popu-
.larity Contest is as follows
' Miss Ida Fedperman,
. ''J- received 267,850 vptes.
r, Miss2 Electa -Lingle,
received 168,700 votes.
Miss Tf Pearle Wiley,
received 164,300 votes.
We tho committee selected to
count the votes declare the
above correct We found
the contest practically T be
tween the three above named.
8. F. Losd, ,
r J. H. Ramsat,
: i'. committee.
January 22nd, 1912. 2 p. m.
Affreeably with the above
it was announced that Miss
Fesperman had won the first
prize, the handsome piano,
and Miss Lingle, the second
: prize, a three-piece parlor
, ; suite.
The contest resulted in ad
ding quite a number of new
names : to the lists of The
Watchman and Record and to
; these Hew friends we extend
'- a cordial welcome. 1
In giving in the names of
subecribers it is probable that
- v some errors have been- made:
r i -some names mispelled, initials
incorrect, address wrong or
. incomplete, and :the papers
will go astray. So, if any
one who subscribed, fails to
-get the papers .promptly,
please notify us at once, giv
ing name and address in full,
whereupon we will, give the
matter immediate attention .
; llSi and Mrs. Alb?rt Aycock, of
Wedgefield, S. O., "suffered a ae
Tioas loia by fire last Wednesday
night . Their, bam was burned
, together with 85 head of horses.
Tha . origin : of the fire is not
Extrtsely Lti Rates ila Southern Railway
ti til Crluss, Li,LUobll8 All., ' and
i mxsfiti Wi Acconat of ; MardI
toCeliintlMs Feiniri 15-20;
? On account of the above v oooa
v imt the 'Southern Railway will
-ell round trip tickets to New
Orleans, La , 'Mobile, Ala., and
Pniaeolat'JTla.; . at greatly re
L duced rates, tickets on sale Feb
; ruaiy 18th to 19th inclusive, with
'' $nal return limit ' March 2ud,
Vitb privilege of an extension of
fl nal limit vritil Marc h 19th by
depositing ticket with j oint agent
' -ilnd payment of one dollar.
. - " For further information,' Pull
, nan rvsetvations, etc, call on
. your nearest agent, or write,
B. H. DeButts'
traveling passenger agent, -
i -3 , Charlotte, N. O.
Hens of Istrssf ialVita Nelgbltsrftofttfs
Sent la bf Osr Friead -.
1 We 4.9 not print ar
ticles not signed, by the auth
or's real name. " - -
Jant22Aifef being Jabieni
for lome tiine I will try and write
a few'items again., v:-3 :-.
Mrt.tOolambnB Hodge who has
been on the liok . liit r.; fori some
time la, we are glad : to note, - np
Stokei Brothers Parker & Hin
eon have moTed their law mill
onto Rich Morgan's and .
Jaoob Ribelin ir ffoms to m )ve
his saw mill onto jonn noage
and very soon.
Tell Klnttz. who has been in
the western . states sinoe last
spring, has returnea to mi oia
home; I Gaess he likea old North
Carolina best. I
James B Wyatt and Mrs.
Robert Bnniss were married tome
weeks ago . 1
George Bean has resigned his
position at Southmont.
Some of the people have been
taking sled rides during the snow.
I guess the boys have been mak-
intr the mollvccttontail3 i huBtle
for tbe last week.
Office to the snow and ioe there
was no school list week at Pool
town 3bool housa. v
Uncle Tom, the correspondent
from tbe Yadkin Valley, seems to
know something about the window
that Sallie has recently sawed
out. - .
Unole Tom says that some of
the old widowers from the Yad
kin valley are talking about the
pretty girls around our town.
fSay, Uncle Tom, we have some
very pretty girls down here, but
if they come in an automobile
they might get soared. Uncle
Tom tell them to drive the mule
and come on. Ukole Josh.
w 8ANO HILLS.
Jan. 23. The farmers of this
section are planning for their new
We are glad to get out again
and enjoy the nice sunny weather,
but we are afraid that the snow
has damaged the squash crop to
to some extent in the bottoms.
. The boys of Jackson . College
oaught a rabbit during the snow
and brought it to the Hills to
purchase candy for the school.
Miss Flora Arey visited F. M,
Tyack's Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs, Daisy Poole was buried
at St Matthews" E. L. Church
last Monday. She leaves a hus
band and one son and a host of
relatives and friends to menrn
John O. Mergan's horse is very
sick At this writing.
We saw some time ago that the
osndy party had held a meeting,
We are wondering who this party
intends to ran for the presidency.
Miss A J.' Morgan passed tbe
Uills enrcute to her ' school near
The boys around the Hills
caught a lot of rabbits during the
snow. Two fellows bagged seven
teen in one day.
J. T. . Klnttz, who spent last
summer in Denver, Colorado, is
at home and attending school at
Cresoent, N. O
We think since so many folks
have ; quit getting married the
weather will get better, unless the
ground hog sees his shadow,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Good
man," of the Hills, payed the
Jaokson sohool a visit Friday eve
mng. . , Gabbizv
Jan 23-1 will join the pencil
pushers again as I h ive been absent
for quite a while.
Tobias Brown, of Spencer, who
owns a farm in the Bocks, has
erected a new house on the place,
and John Covanoe of Spencer,
will move into it. He is boarding
at Charlie Miller's at present.
Watch out boya he w going to get
ahead of you. - 1
Worih ' Beaver, of near Ebe
neezer church.' visited ' his son.
Beaver, Saturday af ter-
Miss Mattie Josey, daughter of
John Josey, who had -pneumonia,
is able to be np again c "
MrsTBadle Casior, whbhad la-
gripe, 'is able to be ont again
Misses Effie and Omar' Shaping
visited at Cnrtis Beaver's Satur
day night,, ;
Gsorge - Slongh has'heen very
sick: with la. grippe; for the past
There arrived at Mr." and fMrs.
William Trexler's, a ycnng girl;
Friday night;? 55c z'--' '.
There arrived at Mr,, and :f Mrs.
John Beaver's last Friday night,
a young girl 0B&$M
There arrived at Mrfand Mrs .
George Castor's, . a , ycung cook
January 9. - . Happy
HAKES RAPID HEADWAY. -
Adit This Fact to Yoor Slor.e of Knowledge.
Kidney disease advances so rap
idly that many a person is firmly
in its grasp betore, aware of its
progress Prompt, i atten tion
should be siven the - slishteBt
symptom of kidney disorder. . If
there is a dull pain in the - back,
headaohef, dixzy gpells or a tired
worn-out feeling, or if the urine
is dark. fouUsmelline. irregular
ana atienaea wicn pain, procure
a good kidney remedy at once .
Your townspeople recommend
Doan 'a Kidney Pills. Head the
statement of this Salisbury citi
zen. ' '
Mrs. G. A. Shinn, 10 Park
Ave., Salisbury, N. C. , says: 1
cook isoan s ' &.ianey rills and
they did me so much good that
feei like recommending them to
all persons suffering from disor
dered kidneys: My principal
trouble was with my back and
also naa considerable pain in my
limbs. I used Doan's Kidney
runs as directed andr they save
me greater reuei man l bad re
ceived for years
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents Foster-Milburn Co., BafEalo
New York, sole agents for the United!
Remember the name Doang and
take no other.
The following invitation has
been issued : The pleasure o
your company is requested at The
library Benefit giyen by commit
tees of interested Salisburians to
aid in the -enlargement of Salis
bury's Library, January 26, 1912
3:805.80, .8:80-11:00. Elks
Hall. Silver offering. A large
crcwd should attend and help this
RECORD OF A
Doctors Could Not Help Mrs,
Health through Lydia E.
Hooper, Nebraska. "I am very glad
to tell how Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has helped me. For five years
I suffered from female troubles so I was
scarcely ahle to do my work. I took doc
tors' medicines and used local treatments
but was not helped. I had such awful
bearing down pains and my back was so
weak I could hardly walk and could not
ride. I often had to sit up nights to sleep
and my friends thought I could nbt live
long. . At my request my husband got
me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound and I -commenced to
take it. By the time I had taken the
seventh bottle my health had returned
and I began doing my washing and was a
well woman. At one time for three weeks
I did all the work for eighteen boarders
with no signs of my old trouble return
ing. Many have taken your medicine
after seeing what it did for me. . I would
not take $1000 and be where I was. You
have my permission to use my name if
it will aid anyone." Mrs. Susie Tem
pleton, Hooper, Nebraska.
ThePinkham record is a proud and peer
less one. It is a record of constant vic
tory over the obstinate iHs.of woman ills
that deal out despair.
It is an established
fact that Lydia E.
ble Compound has re
stored health to thou
sands of such suffer
ing women. "Why
don't you try it if you
ceedsuch a medicine?
- r Mortgage Land
Pursuant to the provisions contained
in a mortgage trust deed executed by
W. W. Klnttz to H. H. Swicegood,
dated August the 23rd. 1907, and reg
istered in Book No. 31, page 334, reg
ister's oifice, Sowan, county, default
having been made in the payment of
principal and interest, the -undersigned
will sell at public auction , at the
court house door, ia thecity of Salis
bury, at 12 o'clock Ml., on ; :'
M on day, February the26tb, 19 12,
the following described real estate : :
Beginning" at a stone Kluttz' - corner
on McKenzie's line : thence north 87
West 20 23 chains to a stone ; thence
south 2 west 15.20 chains to a stone
corner ' of No. 2; thence south 71 1-2
east 17 chains to a stone, iiartman's
corner ; thence north 13 east 1.56 chs.
to a : stone, : Kluttz' corner ; - thence
north 14 east 18.60 chains ta - the . beginning,-
containing 87 12-100 rcres
more or less, and being a part of the
Rymer tract of land formerly owned
by Capt. J. A. Fisher.
- Terms cf. sale? Cash.
This January 20th, 1912. '
r - ; H. H Swioboood, mortgagee.
S. Lee Wright, attorney.-' -- ;
bor is ft good
; plies to .sweat
making money J but of; late years many school teachers and parents
have been passing to thejother extreme, in relieving the child alto--
gether:of.workv:: -HT-e-r, - ;r", :- : -:i
This ia much more true in mo
trv children: The country ooy goes
to- milk cows, fedd tne cattie ana cuop ine wooa; dub ine ciiy Doy is
turned loose from 4 to 6 to fall directly into tbe hands of that sul-
phurous old part who "always nnas wora ior mie nanas ao '
One cannot commend too strongly the action of many leading
public, sohool boards in introducing manual training "and domestic
soience departments in 'their school, in which children are taught to
do useful work with the hands. V - ;
- The first principle that snouia ne taugnt to every child is that
naftfnlnBHB in the true test of greatness, and that actual service will
make one of far more value than
GENERAL MATTERS OF INTEREST
Big Events Reduced to Little Paragraphs
for tbe Readers ot Mis riper.
It now appears to be absolutely
certain that fighting between the
revolutionists and the imperialists
will be resumed in China on the
mornicg of January 28 unless
Premier Yuan Shi Kai concedes
the demands of the republican
: Governor -Woodraw Wilson
will make a three-days" western
invasion from February 29 to
March 2 , It . is possible the time
may . be extended to March 4.
This will not mean the cancella
tion of his trip to Chicago Febru
ary 12. j
The fifteenth victim of a so-
called "Jack the Ripper" was
found Sunday morning on a street
corner at -Atlanta. She was a
young negress whose throat had
been cut. The operations of the
murder commenced , last summer
and have caused consternation
among the colored population.
All the victims have been negro
Rev. Len B rough ton, pastor; of
the Baptist Tabernacle iu Atlanta,
tendered his resignation to the
church 'Sunday" and will go to
London ' to become pastor of
Christ church, succeeding Dr." F.
B Mayer. f
James T; Harahan, Sr.. former
president' of the Illinois Central;
Frank O. Melcher, second vice
piesiderrfiof the Rook Island ; E .
B. Pierce, general solicitor of the
Reck Iiland, and Eldride S.
Wright, son of-Luke,E. Wright,
former secretary of war. were
killed in a collision of two Illin
ois Central strains at Kinmundy,
III., . Monday morning. Three
train men were also injured.
Dr. Hatvey W. Wiley is held
"not gnilty" cf conspiracies , to
evade the law in a report filed
with the house Monday by the
committee which conduc ted an
investigation last August into the
charges upon which President
Taft was asked to dismiss the
Dalian's chief chemist from, the
B9er is a commodity 'and rail
roads must carry it when offered
for transportation, from one state
into dry", counties of another
ssate regardless of the laws of the
latter state. The supreme court
of the United States made this
wapap SuTpBsj Xq po y
-SpBS SSJtlSSB 3331(1 SuiAJ3S
. XdITBI pITB - 8UOO(IS 'SJOJ
cS3Anr5 m aoioxjD joj aprq
: . -qi apiM "aiijrj ; pBi 3q ubd
Sip UDIlTAi. UI SU J9))BCI
9;ismDX3 snoliBA dip, noX
A6ijs ojjarBap mo A sy
'soaa sn90a H.
1 tn i jBip r jaiqta3iii9 j giba
constant agitation against.: child-la
iad proper thing, so far as it sp-;
shop work and; the practice, of ;
: b&aius ouimruu. lcuut,. buuuui ,o put vueui bO.
case oi cur onuaren man ooun .
nome irom scnooi ac 4 o oiocx,
will mere book learning.
ruling Monday regarding a pro
posed shipment from Indiana
into "dry" counties . '
Cheering by thousands of visit
ors, the blowing of whistles and
the . ringing" of be'ls announced
the arrival Monday" morning of
the first passenger train over the
newly completed extension of the
Florida East Coast Railway be
tween Key West and Knights Key,
forty-six miles toward the main
land of Florida and marked, the
beginning of a three-day celebra
tion over' the completion of the
line, "Over the Sea."
oeven sucks ot aynamite, six
percussion caps and a lot of fuse
were found by the polios in a raid
Saturday afternoon in a tenement
house in the heart of the Syrian
district of Lawrence, Maes., that
resulted in the arrest of seven al
leged dynamiters five! men and
Premier Yuan Tuesday aban
doned hope cf straightening out
affairs in China and tamed the
government over-to' the throne.
General Yin TchanT radioal loy
alists reported to have succeeded
Yuan.1 It is reported that Yin
lonan nas recommenaea tne re
sumption of war immediately.
Fiesident Snn and Minister Wu
have disagreed and the situation
is again becoming chaotic.
O BAD BREATH
la caused by Indigestion, and that
disorder brings on headaches, sal
lowness, languor, dizziness and a
general discouraged feeling.
(THS POWDER FORM)
Corrects all Disorder In
The Stomach and Bowels.
Its powerfol, reviving and regulat
ing influence in the liver and digestive
organs brings an immediate " improv-
ment. Jbu feel better. r The bowels
move freely so that the impurities
that have clogged up the digestive
tract find an outlet. When the sys
tem has been thus purified the bilious,
half-sick feeling disappears ; the com
plexion improves, the breath becomes
sweet, the mind throws off gloomy
forebodings, and there-is a fine feeling
of energy and exhilaration all through
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package) $1,00.
Ak tor the genuine with tbe Bed Z on the bel.
If yoa c&nnot get it, remit to o, we will send it by
mail, ooitmld. Simmons Liver Regulator is put np
alio la liqaid form for tnose wno preier u, rni
1.00 per boule. look for the Bed Z label.
IJ. H. ZE0JN t CO., Props., St Louis, Mi
North Carolina; ) In superior Ooart, r1
Rowan county. February Term ivi2
.1 . . Notice.
take notice that an action entitleaas
above has been commenced jo the Su
perior court of Rowan county j by ;her
husband, Willianr Reith for a divorce
from the bonds of matrimony on .the
eround of adnltery, and the aaioVe
fendant wilt further take notice that
she is required to appear ati thej next
term of -the superior .court of said
county to be held oi the third Mon
day before the first Monday in March,
ruary, 1912. at the court house in raid
county; in Salisbury, N..O and an-
tnR Hftmft nemsrxnB xzw rujr aji c
swer or j aemur to-xne-p-onipiauiii i
to the court for the reliei aemanaen
ia said complahlt'ls:;;4-f
- AVf . 'ircleTk superior court
Dated this 6th day of January 1912.
Pursuant to the provisions -contain
ed in a mortgage trust deed - executed
by Joseph; R. Beid and wife Annie
Keid to K. Liee wrigni; xrusceej , uatei
May the 27th, 1907, and registered in
Bowaa county r default having been
made in the payment of principal and
interest, the undersigneorwuiTseiL at
public auction,' at the. court" housa
door, in the city of Salisbury, at . 12
o'clock juv, on .::, . ;-r-v-i--rT
Monday; February tha 26tb, 1912,
the following described real estate::, i
Foux- lots, (one with house on itj m
the town ot East Spencer, N.-'O., and
known as Nos. 4.5. 12 and. 13 in block
B, of the property purehased by B. H.
Hamilton from T. H. Vanderford on
i-Tov. 16th, 1902, deed for which is reg
istered in Book 98, page li, "registers
omce.Bowan county. - Said lota front
60 feet each ' and run back;- 160 feet
each. For further particulars and de
scription reference is hereby made to
deed registered in Book No. 98.'- page,
436 of the register's office of - Bowan
1 Terms of sale : Cash, f . - v -
This January 20, 1812. ' : -c.
; B.liBS Wbioht, trustee.
Having qualiflel as administrator
with the will annexed,' of. the estate
of Minnie M. Leazer, dee'd. 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-January , .1913,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery, fersons indebted to
said estate are notified to make prompt
settlement.. . , -
This January 18, 1912. " v.
F. B. Bbown, administrator.
Jno. L. Beadieman, attorney. .
Hartgage Sale oi House and Let on Ful
Pursuant ta the provisions of a cer
fain mortgage trust deed, executed by
M. D. Lefier and wife Sallie R Lefler
Uo P S. Carlton, trustee, dated Feb
ruary the 12th, 1806," and registered in
Book No. 27, page 254 in tne register's
office of Rowan county, default having
been made in the payment of the
same; the undersigned will sell at
at public auction, to the highest bid
der for cash, at the court house door
in Salisbury, Jf, C, on - -
Monday, February the 26thr 1912,
at 12 o'clock M the following de
scribed real estate :
Beginning at a stake' on the south
east side of Crosby street 287
southwest from the intersection of
said Crosby street andMaupin avenue,
corner to lot No' 7 ; thence with line
of lot No. 7 south 59 15 east 70.9 feet
io a etake ; thence in a southwe terly
direction in a direct line with Sarah L.
and Sallie R. Lefler's corner on Heil
ig avenue 54 f set more or less to a
stake on Crosby street ; thence with
the edge of Crosby street north 3145
east 80 feet more or less to the begin
fling, being a part of lot No. 8 in block
21, as shown by the map of the prop
erty of the Southern Development
Company, Fulton Heights addition to
Also another lot adjoining the above
lot and known as lot No. 6 in block So,
82 on R. A. Wheeler's map of the J.
D. Heilig' land according to the sur
vey and plat of W. B. Trogdon A Son,
dated Nov. 30th, 1905, and filed in
register's officeuf Rowan county. On
the above lots is a dwelling house.
This January 20, 1912. -
v P. &. Carlton, trustee.
Re-Sale e! La&i
Under and bj virtue of an order of
the superior court of Rowan county,
made in the special proceeding enti
tled John J," Stewart, : administrator
of Pattie Johnson, deceased, against
Will Lillington and Ethel Bryant and
husband W. H. Bryant, Jr., the same
being No- 93 upon the special proceed
ing docket of Baid court, the under
signed commissioner will on '
"the 3rd day of February, 1912,
at about 12 o'clock noon, at the court
heusedoorin the town of Salisbury
North Carolina, offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash that certain
tract of lani lying and being in Rowan
county, North Carolina, and more par
ticularly described as follows, to-wit:
an opdivided one-half interest in "and
to the land set forth in dee 1 recorded
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. west
2 87 chains from the northwest corner
of the 5 226-1C00 acre lot recently pur
chased by T. H:- Vanderford and for
merly . owned, by Warren Coleman
heirs, and runs thence south 55 1-4
degs. west nearly parallel with" the
North Carolina railroad, 2.1S chs. to a
stake near the crossing over the rail
road ; th3pce 2 3-4 deg. west .18.14 chs.
to a stake in 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 corner of
the said Vanderford lot; thence north
2 3-4 degs. east 13.14 chs. to the be
ginning, containing 2 226-1000 acres
more or less. Upoa said land is loca
ted a two-story five-room house -
This : property is about one mile
southwest from the public square, of
the CitV Of Salishnrv: lav I dinner . flia
North Carolina railroad and finnlv n.
-cated for a manufaituring , site. Any
one looting ior such a location will do
Well to insnect th a: Tirnnai.lv hsf.
sale ' - - -' ' ' '
Bait? i- ' . ' - j-
- Johs J. Stbwaet, commissioner
Thii 27th day of December, 1911. -
or.xing-$ neu DiscovEnr
UfiU Surely Stop That Ccri
A icllce cl Sals Under Eiecutiol
North Carolifa ) In the fl'unBrinr
.Rowan County $ Court.
- Salisbury Bealty & Insurance
Co.,,PiaintitTf against R. L.
Houston, DefeLdant, By virtue
of an-execution -diiectad to tbe
undersigned from the Superior
ouurt of : Rowan County, in (he
above entitled action, I will sell
to.tne nignesi oiaaer, tor cash, on
Bil5tliiis flf f ebruary, 1912,
at the court bouse door in the city
of Salisbur f ; Noi th '.Carolina, to
satisfy 8aid:execution, all the
rightV title and interest which the
said R.:xIi;iHouston. defendant.
has in Ithe : following described
property to-wit s Beginning at
a' stake ? on ;.Horah St., Carters
Corner and ronning with Horah
St;N44 W60 feet to a stake, thence
S46.W200 feet to a intake, thent a
S44 E50 feet to a stake, Carters
Corner;, thence. N46B with Carters
line 200 feet io the beginning, be
ing Lot 57 Tfiqnare "M" Lcrds
pla lying on- HW side of the
Corporate limits of the great west
Ward btthe town of Salisbury .
ig-Ji .SsM ciLenzie,
l-0-4t; K : Sheriff Rowan countv.
Xotiee el Lull Sale.
' . Pursuant to a judgment of the Su-
Iieriur wm i -ouuojtj special term
912. in the action entitled. 'C. Ed.
ward Correll and wife Annie Oorrell
and Wi Q. Uorrell vs. Phifer Correll -
Franklin Correll, Zeno Correll , Ruth
Correll Jacob Correll, Mary Cnrre 1 ,
josie v. ana unanes w. uorre i and
F Hatcher, guardian ad 1 tem."
appoinflng ih ti dersignt d coinmis
sioner to j.-11 Iho interest of Ar.nie
Correll aod the defendants in a d to
certain real estate '.the :unders gned
will sell at public auction at the court
house door, in the city, of Salisbury ,
N.O.,on - " - ' - '
Monday February the 261i, 1912,
for cash , a one-fifth undivided inter
est, and all the right, title and inter
est of said parties, in and to one tract
of land lying and being in China
Grove Township, said entire tract be
ing bounded as follows:
-Beginning at s pile of stone, Charles
Ocrtell's corner, on the west side of
the mill creek race, and on Peeler
Deal's line, andrnns couth 88 west
with said Deal sline !144 . poles to a
black oak, J ohu Seehler's corner ;
thence north 1 west 168 poles to a post
oak, Brown's -corner, on Pleas 's - line ;
thence north 87 1-2 east 168 poles to a
hickory Charles : Correll's - corner ;
thence south 2 east 87 poles lo a small
post oak on a hill side ; thence : south
13 west : 95 poles crossing the creek
and race to beginning corner, and
containing about 182 acres and folly
described in deed registered in 'Book
101, page 836 register's office of Rowan
county. .This sale will convey to the
purchaser all of the right,' title and
interest of Annie .Correll and her
children named as defendants, and
such children as may yet be born.
This January the 15th, 1912.
P. S. Carlton, commissioner.
R. Lee Wright, attorney. -
North Carolina. 1 In Sunerior Court.
Roan County, February Term, 1912
F W. Downes ,
w vg I Notice of
Walter George New- ! Summons .
man. tradmcraa the r
Gold Hill, Trading I
The defendant above named will
take notice that a Bummons in the
above entitled action was issued
against said defendant on the 13th
day of January, 1912, by J.'F McCub
bjns, clerk of the- superior court of
Howan county, for the sum of $1761 16,
due sa'd plaintiff by contract for ser
vices rend eied as salary and for mon
ey advanced, which summons is re
turnable to the next term of the su
perior court of Rowan county, the
same being the 12th day of February,
1912. The said defendant will also
take notice that a warrant of attach
ment was issued byiaid J. JF. McCub
bins, clerk of jihe superior: court of
Rowan county, on the 13th liay of
January, 1912, against the property of
said defendant, which warrant is also
returnable at the next term of the
superior court of Rowan county, the
same being February 12th, 1912, at the
time and place named for the
return of ' the summons, when
and where the defendant is required
t answer or demur, to the r complaint
and "the - warrant, of artachment, or
the relief demanded will be granted.
; ; This the 13th day -of January, 1912.
- , y S MoOrawi,
clerk superior court tf Bowan countv.
viuBu ot viemeni, attorneys Ior
Pursuant to the power of sale con
tained in . a certain, mortgage trust
deed executed . July 8rdr 1902, by
Pinkney A. Stevenson to Li H. Clem'
ent, trustej registered in Book 20.
page 306 of the Register's office of
Rowan: County', default having been
mae in the payment of the ' indebted
ness therein eeuredthe nnd-rsigncd
trustee will expose for sale at public
auction at the court house doer, in
Salisbury onyiiy- -- '
S at o r d a? , tb r 1 7 llf f ar gfclFnwf , !9i2,
at 12 M, the followlncr lyn.nl: n l.nH .
In the West ward of "Salisbury, lying
rathe northeast side of Mdtroe Street
beginning at a stake 120 feet north
west from the north corner at the in
tersection of Monroe. - anil nni
Streets, and thenn nm-thti-a ri.u
Monroe Street 40- fett tn . . va
thence northeast : and :i
Craige Street 200 feet to a stake Goler
anrL VJ9 BornrbenceJsoutheast
with their line and parallel with lion
roe Street 40 feet to a stake: then
,and'parallel: with ' Craige
Street 500 feet to: the- jx gionin aid
being the same lot conveyed taP - A
Stevenson byV HA GolS.SP
xnis January-ithj 1912 f :
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