a N n -ROWAN
After an illness of several weeks
Pink 0. Eanis, a native of Salia
bury and b. otter of the late Dr.
J. H. Eunis, died after Beveral
weeks illness at his home in Rl.
eigh Mr. Eanis s?as a very popu
lar travslins? xnn and publisher
of Target's Aim m3. He wai 62
years of age.
The Maine, the splendid mov
ing picture show, near the square
will present Joan of Aro Easter
Monday This is a very interest
ing story and is a Bplendid sub
ject for illustration.
His many friend will be glad to
know that oar, sheriff J&s. H.
McKenzie, is rapidly recovering
from his acoideutal pistol shot.
He still uses his crutahes bat the
wound it rapidly healing and he
is knocking about the streets,
Christiana School Gsts a Prizs.
The live dollars that was to be
given to the pupil of the rural
ohools that wju'.d draw thobst
map of Rowau Oouuty, was won
by Luther C. Brown, gon of D. S.
Brown, of Ohristiaca school, dii
triot No 7, Providence Township,
Miss Elsie Liogie taichr.
Second Presbyterian Church.
This handsome churih is nar
iug completio i and wi'l soou be
ready for service. The Sunday
school room is being used no-.
Situated jasfe off Scuth Fulton
street, it will be qaite a conven
ience for a great namber of peo
pie. Rev. C. B Heller is pastor
Ueeting of Master .
On April 15, 16, 17, the fourth
annual convention of master
plumbers will be held in this city.
Addresses will be made by Mayor
Wcodson, Johu Slaughter cf
Goldsbcso, City Engineer Juo. W.
Webb aDd others. Headquarters
will be established et the Enpire
Hotel on the morning of the 16th.
ine visitors win oe snowii over
the city and vicinity. Oa the
17th quite an elaborate banquet
will be given at the Empire Hotel.
Picture Shows Free to Scfnol Children.
More than sixteen hundred
white and negro children attended
the picture show at the Grubb
free of cost. The whites attended
-Monday and the others on Toes
da; . They were given this plea
sure in order ti stimulate. them o
aid in cleaning op the streets dnr
ing the past few weeks. To keep
from being imposed upon a card
signed by parent and teaoher was
required to show that the child
actually helped to do the work.
Count Primaries Cailed For May I6'h.
On May 16th, the primaries will
be held throughout Rowan Coun
ty. In Salisbury Township the
polls will op3Q at 12 o'clock and
close at 8 p. m., May 16,-while in
all townships outside of Salisbury
the polls will open at 1 o'chek p
m and close at 5 o'clock p m.
The County couvsnt'ion is call
ed to meet Sitnrday, Miy 23rd.
At these primirias is the time
and place for all the voteis to go
imi cast their ballots, thereby, de
ciding who they desire to be nomi
natedat the convention Satur
day, May 23rd. The primaries
are important. Attend them.
Mcpherson's Electric SUn.
Improvements aie ever coming
alonfT We have a number of
eleotrio sizns in our town, for in-
stance "Salisbury's Tbe Place,
and others that are a credit to the
city, but the McPhersoQ Pharma-
cv will soon have up their new
eleotrio sign that perhap wil
have no equal in any southern
Cltv. The Bieu shows the woid
"Drugs" in illuminating letters ;
a rapidly revolving circle with
a physician's cross or prascrip
tion just ever it, which flashes off
acd on. At the top of the sign is
a large electric fountain which
bubbles continuously. This wil
be held in admiration by all wh
Wanted A good man with smal
family to farm. A good place
for a good man. Q. S. Williams
Rural 2, Salisbury N. C. 2tpd
. mw. -M. B Robinson of this
3ity, acoompanied hv w
dauzhterii Anri f k i. . .
a uttugnter or ner
intended, left last week for Lake-
ana, J la where she bonam ika
bride of Ed. Oornher. fnrm,w
Salisbury, on the 6th. They will
wme at Jjafcelar.dt
Moses T. Waller of Mount nil.
and Miss Myrtie Res vie of Cleva.
and, planned last Friday not on
y to surprise their friend.
tiroir a little romantic Hoiee intr.
mze the marriage
ucw court house
heslnut Hill Not Left.
A novelty eleotrio sign will soon
illuminate the Leonard Drua
Company's place of business
Chestnut Hill declares by its action
hat Salisbury mast not have all
the attractions so she is determin
ed to come to the front with rb
beautiful electric sign as any other
Salisbury Industrial Club.
Quite an enthusiastic and wide
awake meeting of the Industrial
Club was held a few evenings ago,
ollowed by elegant banquet given
at the Empire Hotel. Muiio, ora-
t ry and toasting were special fea-
ures of the occasion.
The following gentlemen were
elected officers: A. H. Snider-
president; P. P. Smith, first vice
president; W, 0. Maupin, second
vice presideut; William James,
treasurer; Vv. H. Burton, Speu
enr, vice president; C. A. Sides,
isfe Spencer, yice president; J,
Hall, R)wan County, vice pre
sident. The Industrial Club is
doing a good work, and if every
organization and all the people
will try as hard as the club there
will be no doubt but that "Salis
bury's The Place" after while,
even if St. Peter did sy ' You are
ate, yen blooming old skate."
The talks made by a number cf
interested gentleman were caten
ated to arouse much enthusiasm
ainoDg thi citizens. Let the good
work go on, and don't let the club
forget to throw their influence in
behalf of another new school
building for our town and a real
Sahsburian for its secretary. The
Watchman wishes the new presi
dent, Mr. Snider, one of Salis-
ury's native sons, all the success
be may hope for.
Our Graded School.
The growth of Salisbury, the
arge increase of pupils to be ac
commodated in the public school,
the necessar addition of teachers
are causing considerable attention
amoug the citizens of our town.
Twelve or fiftean new rooms will
be necessary to acoommodate the
pupils and of course as many new
teachers. At a recent meeting
held plans and sugneations were
discussed as to the better meth
oda of prooeedure. Qiiteanum
ber of officials think it much bet-
tar to have a new building in an
other part of he town for the ac
commodation of tle lower grades
and particularly so as it would
save quite a number of the small
children from crossing the rail
road. Some advocated twelve
new rooms to the old building,
whilst others were adverse to any
extension to the old building as
there are now too many children
in one place. Fire, aocidents,
disease and other dangers should
be seriously considered before any
more ohildren are noused in one
building. In large cities not more
than 500 ohildren . are put in one
building. At 'a cost of about
$15,000 twelve new rooms could
be built. The town - had better
b row a few more thousand dol
lars and build another nice school
some where in southeast oans-
bury. That, it seems to us, would
be the correct thing to do. Let
all eet together and work with
that object in view.
Straight at It
There is no use of our "beating
around the bush " We might as
well out with it first as last. We
want you to try Chamberlain's
0 ;ugh Remedy the next time you
have a cough or cold. There is
no reason so far as we can see why
you should not do bo. This. prep
aration bv its remarkable cures
has gained a world wide reputa
tion, and people everywhere speak
of it in the highest termB o
Por Sale by All Dealers.
April 6fch. There will be com
munion services at the Reformed
church at Faith Easter Sunday
and preaohing on Friday night
before at 7:80 by Rev. P. M. Trex
ler. Everybody invited. '
There is a large apple tree on
Tern Peeler's 4arm at Granite
aarry, that has a cedar bash
tree five or six
There is a real curiousiw oak
tree, grown together twenty feet
or more from the ground at Fisher
and MoComo's Quarry. The boys
showed it to me the other day
when I was there . -:
Mrs . Pinkney Ludwiok has re
turned from Concord. China
Grove, and Saliscury, where she
has been on a visit to see her chil
dren and other relatives. She
reports a plesant trip. -
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The Lingle millinery. store here
is having an opening this week.
H. M. McAllister, a merchants
at Chestnut Hill, awarded the
oontraot to J . T. .Wyatt for the
granite door sills for a new brick
residence that he is erecting on
North Maine Sfcreot. .
George Goodman and family
were visiting atf Mr. and Mrs.
George Bruoe'a Sunday.
J. T. Wyatt shiped a three' foot
pair of mill stones to Alleghfaney
John Ritchie moved to- Silis
bury from Fartn to work ' at the
carpenter trader .
J. T. Wyatt has received an or
der for one thousand feet of street
curbing and has a crowd getting
John Earnhardt, who moved
rom Faith to Salisbury sometime
ago has moved out ou his farm
The Children's Mission Band of
the Lutheran church here will give
their annual entertainment, Eas
ter Monday night. Ihey always
draw a large crowd.
Geneva Shuppiag was visiting
her little friend Dora Bruce Sun
Boyden Lefler has been confined
to his home for two or three weeks
is now able to work.,
his friends weTfbtajee him
Will Stirewalt has hired. a good
farm hand by the month.
Chal Eagle has hiA'd an Sxtra
good hand by the month to help
on the farm, "
There is room on the granite
belt for a great many farm hands
to get work and make good wages.
Venus spent Thuraday night
with his nephew, J. M. Wyatt, in
the grove at Fulton Heights Park.
Venus got about 20iews of the
large crowds cf school children in
Salisbury Friday and expects
some nice pictures when they are
returned. We expect to bring
them &o Salisbury in a big glass
frame where they can be Been.
DEEDS, NOT WORDS.
Salisbury Peopla Have Absolute Proof of
Deeds it Homa
It's not words
. but deeds that
prove true merit.
The deeds of
For Salisbury kidney sufferers.
Have made their; local reputa
Proof lies in the testimony bt
S- J Horton, 208 W. 'Monroe
St.. Salisbury, N.0.,says;. "For
some time my kidneys were giving
me a great deal of trouble. My
back was very weak and lame and
the kidney serections " were too
freauent in nassase. ; causine me
annoyance. Doan's Kidney Pills'
cured me and I have not had. any
kidney complaint since;'' -
A SECOND STATEMENT.
Oa March 2, 1912, Mr. ;Hortoh
said: A'.H said some time go
recommending Doan's Kidney
Pills was oorreot. . There- is no
doubt about Doan's Kidney PillB
being a valuable remedy."
Price 50c, at all dealers'. ' Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills- the same?
that Mr, Horton had. r Foster
Milhurn Co., Props. k Buffalo,
I 'Tj II Jlllf
ma tor the
sick, has gbgfcp wall aun.
ol was orgatiiiei at
Wast I; Sunday. Tbe
following a;bhe officers eleote
for this yeftg:Suft., T. 8. , Kin-
caid ; Secrerif and treasurer, J.
H. MichieilMisBeulah Sheets,
assistant, V-'eiperman was
eleoted aisMnt superintendent.
If the old jp)fe(a of the communi
ty would cooutwe could have
a better Mfiayf School. Will
some one piaage tea as now to get
We are'lif i)g ajjme fine weath
er now, anqil tie sound of Wha,
Haw, .Gee, ,ai be 1 heard in the
Oar roadtvftts gifting some bet
ter n:w, ths9 tpf the read drag,
whioh by jay is the way to
work the rotrij. One man and
three horsecn pu.t the road h
better oondt3(?n in lone round trip
with a ro$S.irajf than all the
hand on alpciioQ could in a day,
working tne-ia way. Thi won
der of it
is not used
James Mcpire'a; brother, LinB
sey, is gainworsa crop with
him on the aifqhardt farm this
Grover G3b;f; ahd wife, who
have been- iakansas for the past
six montha,: retomed. He will
work a crop rnh hi father, James
The sohofat iGheen's sohbol
Mr-J.9 , i
house will clfe& next Saturday.
a vs. i
We will he a f b'g birthday
dinner to report ne$t week.
hou33 will cltfee oett Friday.
John Brintj one butcher, has
gone into ttfcshog, 5 business. He
has buiit a le pMture to put
them in, anxalready has some
fine ones ano$rants to buy. more
Alma Rosi th two-year-old
daughter of Ml o. Kincaid, wl
has been sicklrith 'the grippe, has
M. S. Frefeian-has bought
Mack Caue, who has been
working at:';ie Kestler Cotton
Mills in Salis&ry, is now work-
r 1 ; .- . . II . ' .
mg ror nis Orftneran-'aw, jot
Bringle, Old Timbr.
Special Train Jacksjnillle, Uoniliy
May 4 h, 19'Ola Sotrihern Rail way.
. Oq accountyf thf Confederate
Veterans Re irjion at Jacksonville
May 6th.llth,-Soutleru Railway
will operate :jjecial Train from
Charlotte Motay. jMay 4th, leav
ing Charlotte .t. 1 0":S0 p. m, ar
riving Jacksonville following
morning. Sial tlain will con
eist cf both, d'a coadhes and Stan
idard Pullman -jnd Tpurist sleep-
m nun nffi : ,
" ' - !2T 1 r
Following lusv round trip fares
will apply frQ4 stations named:
Charlotte 8. Slsbury $9 50,
State Bville"$9, Estonia $8 75,
High Point $ir.80,'Gonoord $9.15
Hickory $9.f $elby $9,00,
Rook Rill $8 2j Winston-Salem,
$1040. : :M .It
Fares from ijt other points on
same basis, jfeskets; on sale May
8rd to 7tb. finM limit May 15th
with privilege ai extension of
limit until Jntf; 4t' by iaposit-
iug ticket affilf payment of 50
cents. Very iB- volUhd trip fares
from Jaok9on4e will be sold to
all points in iorida, Alabama,
Mississippi, GoVgiaf. and Havana
on May 6th tor4 with .final limit
june auu. . ,u
May is a moatttaotive month
in which to vifct, J?6nda. a rare
opportunity to. fee the" wonderful
Land of Flowers, orange grcves,
pine-apple . Ami j cbonut farms.
Fishing at its t est inVMay.
Passengers IVom all j points can
ase regular trarai lnxo unariocce,
oonneotiDgithe special train
item Charlotteu-a Monday, May 4
Special cars wbejajranged f rom
'any poina. apoftrjp;plication.
' pQllmau 'resefyatiena should be
made in advaTicel IFcr. further
and detailed iitformation apply to
any agn Souttarni Railway, or
RMI. J)$A tJTT Di P. A.,
.1 .W fill
April 6 b, The ground hog has
now turned the weather over to
the turtle dove and moclcipg bird.
Farmers are preparing tcF pjant
corn and other orops. . -
. Sidney A. Trexler has purchas
ed Henry Trexlers interest in
theinaw mill and the f6rmer is
row sole owner of the millf ,
Luther Trexler and family and
friend, Mr, Ramsay of Statesyille,
spent Saturday night and vSunday
with Mr. Trexler's fathefV i. M.
Trexler, of this plaoe. Messrs .
Trexler and Ramsay came down
Saturday morning- in an aato
making the trip from Btatesviile
khere in two hours and twenty
Donfr forget the Easter service
and Easter egg hunt at St. Feter's
on Easter Monday, begining at
Mr. and Mrs. E . A Goodman
of Sahsbary, visited at N. C.
Park's Saturday night.
Qutie a ' namber of oar people
and all of the school ohildren at
tended the ooanty commencement
in Salisbury 'last Friday. The
exeroises were splendid. . Bat if
this county commencement is go
ing to be kept op, better accommo
dation will have to be Drovided.
That courf house oould have , been
filled half a dzen times and then
there would have been people on
thai onfside. Yet we are extreme
ly proud to say that "Gold Knob"
had what it took to brine
back the prize. for the best recita
tion, whiih was awarded to Miss
Pearle N Lyerly, a student of
Gold Knok Bohool.. Thanks to
the good jadgment of the judges.
Well.-well, the exhibition at
Gold Kpobwas pulled off with
the great6st ;f success. Every
body 8eemed-to be satisfied with
the f un.sBrsTLntz and Earn
hardt of Dry 'a mil rendered .some
ci the best music ever heard at an
exhibition . ipis also closes - one
of the most successful sohools ever
taught at this place. The princl
pal, Goc. D. Peeler, and the assist
ant. Miss Mary J. Liyerly, gave
perfect satisfaction to patrons
and pupils, it was sad to see
teachers and pupils part. Mr.
Peeler's room gave him a present
of a valuable fountain pen and
Miss Lyerly s children &ave her
an elegant bracelet as tokens of
Suooess to Thb Watchman.
April 6. George Ludwick and
family visited at Dolph Casper's
last Saturdajp-night and Sunday.
AlsTdmRosemond and family
visited there Saturday night and
Jason Sifford went to Concord
Mrs. W. A. Albright of China
Girove visited at Mr. Hill's last
All ie Cress from China Grove
visited his brother, John Cress,
George Bostian and family visit
ed homefplks last Sunday.
Lawson Ritchie and wife of
China Grove, came dawn to their
farm Monday morning.
Mrs. Emeline Shuping visited
in Salisbury Monday night.
Mrs. G. M. Ritchie's mother has
been visiting h for the last two
Miss Cora Bradshaw, who has
been working in the knitting mill
Royersford, Pa., Man Tells How.
At this season of year with such
sudden changes, it is so easy to take
cold, and almost before one is aware
there is inflammation in the bronchial
tubes a hard cough and unless
checked in time chronic pulmonary
troubles may result.
Townsend Young of Royersford,
Pa.; says: "A severe bronchial trou
ble contracted caused me much diffi
culty about breathing; My chest felt
clogged up -and there was consider
able soreness. I tried different rem
edies without help; but I am glad to
say that Vinol cured my bronchial
trouble which had lasted for three
months. - My breathing is all right
and the soreness entirely gone from
Vinci contains the curative, healing
principles of fresh cods' livers (with
out oil), and. tonic iron. We guaran
tee it to be delicious in taste and to
satisfy you with its medicinal effects.
P. S. If you hare any skin trouble
try Saxo Salve. We guarantee it.
JSmifcbDrog 0a.t Salisbury, N. 0
at China Grove, will return home
April 10th. U : )
AllieSafrit ,was planting, corn
March 81. f
G. M. Ritchie went to Faith
Thursday to' help to move his
brother to Salisbury .
T E. Webb and family, visited
Mrs. Webb's father last Sunday.
Calup Canup, Charlie Yost,
Gilbert Safrit, Lee Webb and
Tassie Webb went down to see the
exhibition at Jackson College last
Arch Correll has traded for a
fine pair of youngimules.
Charlie; Yost has been sawing
wood for J. G. Rodgerrs and T. J!.
Dook Bradshaw was visiting at
his brothers last Saturday night
and Sunday near Mooresville.
The school at Yost academy
will close next Wednesday.
Aldolphus ,0asper and family
were visitors at Tom Koseman's
last Sunday. Blue Eyed G el,
45 to 55 TESTIFY
To theMerit of Lydia EPink-
ham's Vegetable Com
pound during Change
Westbrook. Me. "I was Dassine-
through the Change of Life and had
pains in my back
and side and was so
weak I could hardly
do my housework.
I have taken Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound and
it has done me a lot
of good. I will re
commend your med
icine to my friends
and give you permis
sion to publish my
testimonial. " Mrs. Lawrence Mar
tin, 12 King St., Westbrook, Maine.
Manston, Wis. "At the Change of
Life I suffered with pains in my back
and loins until I could not stand. I also
had night-sweats so j that the sheets
would be wet. I tried other medicine
but got no relief. After taking one bot
tle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound J began to improve and I
continued its use for six months. The
pains lef t me the night-sweats and hot
flashes grew ess, and in one year I was
a different rjoman. : I know I have to
thank' you f of my continued good health
ever since." Mrs. M. J. Brownell,
The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
and herbs, is unparalleled in such cases.
If you want special advice write to
Lydia . Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
r-rfEau, and held in strict confidence.
State of ) In the Superior
North Carolina, Court,
Rowan County. ) Before the Clark.
John J Stewart
Nellie Howard, Ida,
Howard, "P. D. Howard
and wife Minnie How- Notice.
ard, Rose Parrot and
husband E. L. Parrott ,
and The Salisbury Keai
ty & Insurance Co.
The defendants above named will
take notice that in action entitled as
above has been commenced before the
Clerk of the Superior Court ot Rowan
county to partition the land in which
each of the defendants have an inter
est actual or contingent ; and the said
defendants will farther tke notice
that they are required to appear at the
office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court 01 Kowan county on the 6th da?
of May, 1914, at the new court house
in said county in Salisbury, N. C, and
answer or demur to the complaint in
said action , or the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demanded in
J. M. McCubbins,
Clerk Superior Court.
This 31st day of March, 1915.
I am the
that gets the germs
before the germs get
One tablespoonfol of Bed Davil Lye
dissolve & in a pint of water, then
added to the slop or soft feed for ten
hogs, fed to hogs night and morning
throughout the year, will PREVENT
cholera and worms
uerms Decome worms, and worms
make hogs sick. Give me a chance
at these germs and worms and I'U
SAVE YOUR HOGS
Red Devil Lye.
IN BIG CANS
cost- you only
Ball the UtMl Prka
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
rhe Old Standard general strengthening brie.
UKQVE'S TASTELESS cWU TONIC, driwsoct
and builds to tMUrstem. AtratMhi
I 1 HesuntX
WANT A SEWING MACHINE?
Do you want two machines in one?
It sews with a lock stitch and a chain
stitch. If so get the Domestic. Do
you want the New Home? It is auto
matic and ball bearing. Do you want
the New Ideal? Do you want the
Goodritch, or the Ruby or the New
Model? Or do you want your old ma
chine overhauld and cleaned up so it
will sew like a new one? If you want
supplies for any kind of a machine,
shuttles, needles, belts, oil cans, sup
plies of any description? If so, write
C. W. Harrington,
Rockwell, N. 0.
Or call Frick & Lyerly's store at
Rockwell , as I will open a machine
shop and office there. If you want to
live and let live, see me.
Yours to please,
C. W. HARPINGTON.
Sale ol Land Under Mortgage Trust Deed.
By virtue of the power contained in
a mortsace trust aeea executed Dy
Alexander Moore and wife Annie Moore
to J. D. Dorsetton the 20th day of July,
1911, and duly recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds for Rowan coun
ty in book No. 47 of mortgages at page
242, the undersigned mortgagee will
sell to the highest bidder for cash at
the court house door of Rowan county.
in the city of Salisbury, N. C, on
Monday, the 27th day of April,
1914, at 12 o'clock m., default having
been made in the payment of note said
mortgage trust deed was (given to se
cure, the following described land, ly
ing about one and one-half miles east
of Salisbury, about J of a mile of the
Southern Railway, adjoining he lands
of Nancy Moore on the east s'ds, Jack
son Moore on the west side, being lot
No. 4 in subdivision of the lands of Jack
son Moore and Nancy Moore
Beginning at a f take, Nancy Moore's
corner ; thence south 28de east, 15lcha
to a stone, Nancy Moore's -corner;
th( nee south 55de- 15.19 chs. to a stone,
Jackson Moore's corner ; thence north
55 de east 167chs to the beginning
corner , containing I.06 acres.
This the 26th day of March, 1914.
J. D. Doksett,
May Term, 1914.
James Templeton , '
The defendant above named will take
notice that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in the Superior
vjourt 01 Kowan vjounty for the Dur-
bose of obtaining a divorce for .nlain-
tiff and against defendant on account
of adultery as alleged in the complaint
and the said defendant will further
take notice that she is required to ap
pear at the term of the Superior Court
of said county to be held on the 9th
Monday after the 1st Monday in
March, 1914, the same being on May
4th, 1914, and answer or demur to the
complaint which has been Bled, or the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
re'ief demanded in said complaint.
This March 16th, 1914.
J. F. McOubbins,
Clerk Superior Court.
John L. Rendleman,
No'ice of Sale.
Under and by virtue of an order of
the Superior Court of Rowan County,
made 'n the special proceeding entitled
John J. Stewart administrator of Delia
Campbell deceased against Josephine
Holt and Annie Campbell, the same
being No. 184 upon the special pro
ceeding docket of paid court, the un
dersigned commissioner will, on the
25th day of April, 1914, at about -12
o'clock noon, at the new court house
door in Rowan, North Carolina, offer
for sale to the highest bidder for cash
that certain tract of land lying and
being in Salisbury township, howaa
cour ty, and more particularly de
scribed as follows, to wit: Beginning
at a stake on the S. side of Link' Ave.,
corner to lot No.87; 250 ft from the weBt
corner of the intersection of Link Ave.'
and Torrence street and runs thence
with Link Ave. S 87 degs. W. 60 ft.
to a stake, corner to lot No. 65 ; thence
with the line of lot o. 65 S. 4 degs .
V. 200 ft. to a stake ; thenae N. 87
degs. E. 50 f t . to a stake, corner to lot
No. 67 ; thence with the line of lot No.
67 N. 4 degs. E. 200 ft. to the begin
ning, being lot No. 66, Lord's plot of
the Meroney land suburbs of West
Salisbury, N. C See deed to Delia
Campbell book No. 109, page 480.
This 17th day of March, 1914.
John J. Stkwaht,
Notice to Creditors
Having qualified as executor of the
estate of Richard Henderson, deceased,
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 be
fore the 6th day of March, 1915, or fihis
notice will be pleaded In bar of their
recovery. Persons Indebted to said es
tate are notified to make prompt set
This March 5, 19141
Minnie L. Henderson,
John S. Henderson Execulor.
OVER 65 YEARS"
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