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he bffitciated at a marriage of
his niece, Miss Annie FoiL She
has visited at Faith and the
DGonle here will read of her
marriage with a erreat deal of
There will not be any preach
ing at the Lutheran church here
Sunday, the 3rd, as Rev 0 P
Fisher will preach at Lebanon
for Rev V R Strickey.
Miss Mattie Long of Thomas-
ville sneht Thanksgiving with
Mrs WS Barger and friends.
Mrs G G Miller and children
have iust returned from Salis-
bnrv where they spent a few
days' with Mrs J W Jones
Mrs J H Wilkerson has been
confined to her bed for several
Charley Earnhardt's little boys
caught three possum? this fall in
their rabbit hollows, good large
ones. Whoever can beat that
trot out your boys.
Venus took his Thanksgiving
4inner this year with B Calvin
ISagle and gave him forty dollars
in money for some granite work
done by him for us recently. Ho
has two fine mules, a corn mill,
a gasoline engine, a saw and
hoister. All run by gasoline
power and he has a fine farm full
of fine granite.
Venus understands that Will,
son of Cicero Trexler, has bought
The little boys of Willie Canup
caught three possums, one rabbit
: and one woods . rat. all at one
place in their steel traps. Who
mever can beat that trot out your
Mrs Ervin Lingle visited her
ister-in-law, Mrs Eli Goodmair,
at Faith Thanksgiving day.
Mrs J E Rinehardt is sick with
Miss Annie Rodgers of near
Sumner has returned home after
spending a week with her sister,
Mrs Harvey Basinger.
Misses Dovie Elter and Maude
Wilhelm are visiting their friend,
If our brother correspondent
who invited us to come down will
send Us a way-bill how to get
there we will do so.
Venus wants some one to take
his corn mill and grind corn and
give him part of the toll for the
use of the mill.
There has been more gratjite
paint mills made here this year
than ever before.
We have received some good
items by mail the past month.
If you have any mail them to
Venus" and send a 2-cent stamp!
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aiong so we can man inem.
John D A Fisher, the mayor of
our town, has gone to Lexington
today in his automobile.
Mrs Holabough is not any
better yet. ' - !
Fisher and MjCombs shipped
several pairs of millstonesj to
Miss Ulla Belle Farmer spent
Thursday night with her aunt,
Mrs W A Shuping
There is a lot of granite work
going on in our community at
We recently saw ihe old McCoy
mill house, about two miles or so
' west of Salisbury, for the first
time in a good many years.
was there and in running order
before the Civil war. We got a
beautiful picture' of the old mill
and will send one to any one on
receipt of ten cenfs. Lots of old
people now scattered over the
United States would like to see it
ne time more because they went
to mill there in their young days.
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Pursuant 16 the provisions contained in a
Mortgage Trust Detd regifiterd in Bok l
No-. 53, page 110. made bjBrown-; Walker;
to L. E Trexler, fo" the. pi-oteclkn and
benefit of the undersigned on the 9th day of
February 1916, default having been "niadf
in tne pa; meiu oi iins ueoi, ior woicii: naia :
moitgnge was given to aecure, me unoer
Mgned will sell au public auction, for cash,
at the court house door in Salisbury, on the
23rd day of December, 1916,
the following de cribed properly at the hour
of tw Ive M : Beginning at slake on the j.
east edge of the old Mocfcsviiie road, corner
of the V M I4 Zion .rhn-ch lot. running,
s 89 de ; E with Paid line 435 feet to a
stake In (5 ii Han is' line; thence g. 12J.
dgrees w st 100 fet to n slake; ihnce K
89 deg. we: 43i feet to a ,t:ike in the east
edge of tqe o'd M cksville road; thence N.
12 der. -asl with the east edge ot S3id road
to the beginning con ainingonn acre, iuore
or less, said 1 ml being a part of the tract
of land conveyed to i' K Harris by John S.
Hende on bv depd recorded in the office
of the ! egislf r of Deed of Rowan cnnty,
in Book of TJceds No 67, at page 6G4, and
conveyed by O K Harris and wife to Brown
Walktr on Aus. II, Iyo, and recorded in
Book o' deed; No. 78, page 87. in the office
of the Register of Deed for Rowan county
convoyed by the Raid Brown Walker to
satisty the debt provided lor in said moTt-
This November zi tyio.
L Trexlek, mortgagee.
T G Furr, attorney.
Morgap Salad Eeai Frcperly.
Pur. uent to the provisions contained in
a o gagt Trust I 'eed, resis ered in Book
ofMprigiigts Number 45 at page 154,
made b H. P. Jatrett fml wife Elma Jar
rett, for the -protec ion and bent of .th
undern igned, on the 16th day of October
191 ;defaufl having bf en made in the pay
ment of this d bt, which the said mortgage
was given to secure, the undersigned will
sell at public auction, for cash at the court
house door in Salisbury North Carolina, on
Saturday, December 9th 1916,
at twelve o'clock noon, the following . de
Being lois six; seven and eight, in block
thirteen as shown npon the map of the K
A: Wheeler, addition, in the suburbs 61
Salisbury, North Corollna, said lots lront
fifty feet each, on J?irst btreet, and extend
back one hundred ar.d fifty feel. For back
title see book ofD -eds number 103, at page
144. etc. in the office of ti e Register -of
Def ds for Kowan County, N. O. For jnin
ute description of sa:d lots, see the abov.
map, and book referred to.
Beginning of a slake, on the sou. h west
side of Meadow Street, seventy feet north
west from the line of Spencer Avenne, and
runs thenct-; tout h 58 deg and 15 w. 70
foot to asla e on a twelve fool alley; (hence
with said alley, north 51 deg 45' w an y
live faet to a staetf ence north 58 dg,: J5!
East 170 feet lo a sta e on Medow Sire-1;
ihence with Meadow Street, south 51 degs
45' E- sixty-five feet to the begin nr , being
lot eleven in bbek eleven in Inter ead
addition to Ppencer, Nort'i Carolina For
back tittle see book 112 522 in the office of
the Register of leeds for Rowan county,
Conveyed by the said B P Jarrett and
wife to satisfy the debt provided for in said
This ihe 3rd day of November, 1916.
J. M; Bostian, mortagge,
Thoinwell G. Furr
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In the Superior Con fly February Term '16
L. F. Koseman
( P. VI in r and wife
Olive P. Minor J
The delandanU above named will take
notice that an action entitled an abo e has
been commenced in the Superior Court of
Rowan count orlh Carolina to entorce
specific performance ol contrail to convey
certain lands and the ti le to all that. land.
situate in the cityol 8 1W try ar.dBe--crib d
by raetes and bounds in Book of Deeds So.
108 page 456 to which reference ia htrebv
made which the lesendnts had. contract II
and agreed to tell and convey to platntiff,
nd the said de'er.dant will further- Jake
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at the court house of said connly in Salts-
bury N C and answer or demur to ihe-com-
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apply to the eoirrt or the lelief demanded
in said complaint
This November 4, 1916
J. Frank McCubbins clerk.
John L Rendlemtn, attorney.
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Pursuant to the terms of a cerlam Mort
gage Deed of Trust executed by Lewis L.
Joseyio the undersigned trustee and inort-"
gagee, on August 17, 1914, which is. dnlj
recorded in the office of the Eegiater of
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r cirr 1 J f 1a 1 Z t.
gages io 40, page 24, ueiauii uaviug uwu
made in the payment ot the indebtedness
therein secured, the undersigned will expose
to sale at public auction for cash at tbb
court house door in Salisbury. N. C. on
Saturday, December 16y 1916,
at the hour of twelve M. tne following de
scribed real estate, to-wit: An undivided
one-sixth interest into the following lands:
1st tract--Beginning at a .stake, Obe
Smith s corner on Lafayette Josey's lin ;
thence N 86 deg. W. 11.45 chart s to a
stone, Overcash'8 corner on Basingei's line;
thence N. 86 dcg. w- 58 chains to a stone,
John Flick's corner, thence 8 3 deg. w.
20 22 chains to a gtone, Frkk's c ruer;
thence N. 85 deg w 12 08 chains, to a
stake, Frick's corner; thence 8. 2 deg w
20.65 chains, to a stone, Ft ick's corner, on
Shuping's line; thence 8 85 deg S 29 43
chains to a stone, Lafayette Joeey's corner;'
thence 2J deg E 20 60 chains, to the be
ginning, containing 73 acres, more or less.
2nd tract Beginning at a stone, corner
to, lot No. 1, and running thence N 8&
deg w 5.83 chains to a stone; thence S. 20.25
chains to a small sour wood tree; thence 8
88 deg. E 5.83 chains to a small white oat,
a corner to lot No. 1; thence N 20.25 chains
tothe beginning, containing by estimation
11 acres, more or 1 ss, this being lot No 3.
I in the division of the lands of the late
I Daniel Ovetcasb. Subject however to the
me estate 01 jonn josey in said lands.
Tuis .November 13, 1916.
John Josey, trustee mortgagee,
John Bendleman, attorney.
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Sale ol valuable Real Estate.
By virtue of the power and pursuant to
the provisions contained in a certain mort
gage deed of trust, evecuted by Edgar L.
Peeler, on the 5th day ot October, 1911,
and recorded in book 43, page 144 of Kow
an county record of mortgages to Clemen
tine Bidenhour to secure the sum of seven
hundred (7000 00) dollars, borrowed money
as evidenced by a negotiable note promiso
ry note under seal executed by Edgar L.
Peeler on the said 5th day of October, 1911,
default having been 'made in payment of
said negotiable promisory note, and it fur
ther appearing in said deed of trust that
the undersigned Qroyer C Waller is author
ized and empowered therein as administra
tor of the said ( lementine Bidenhour. de-roa-ed,
to foreclose said mortgage deed of.
trust, and the said GroverU. Waller, ad
ministra'or, having demanded the payment,
of said indebtedness as evidenced by paid;
note and mortgage, as holder and personal
represenative of lementine Bidenhouri,
and said payment having bet n refused by
the said Edgar L. Peeler, the ssid Ulover
C Waller, administrator and personal rep
resentative of said Clementine Kidenhour,
herein offers ai public sale the premises ai d
real estate herein described, and the said
Grover U Waller, administrator, will sell
to the highest bidder for cash at the court
house dcor in Salisbury, N C, at 12 o'clock
Monday, December 18th, 1916,
the following desribed real estate situated
in the town of Failh, N C, and bounded as
Beginning at a stone corner of parsonage
lot; alfo corner of Willie S Barger's lot,
thence N 81 E 210 feet with parsonage
line to a stone. Thence K 13 W 200 feel
to a stone, corner of Lt-e Peeler's lot,
ihence S 81 W 210 feet to stone in the
street on Willie S Bargei'a line. Thence
u iqo v qaa . i. u : i
kj iu iccl tne ucgBuiiiug, i ou
tlining 42000 squaie feet or one acre, more
The Raid seven hundred dollars ($700.00)
borrowed on raid property was expended
in the construction ot the residence now
located thereon, which said residence alone
cost nine him red (900 00) dollars.
Grover C. Waller,
administrator of Clementine Bidenhour.
A. H. Price, attorney.
W. L Hampton
Ada W. Hampton
The defendant above named will take
notice that an action entitled as above has
been commenced in tbe Superior t ou.t of
Rowan county to absolutely dissolve the
bonds ot raatriomny now existing between
the plaintiff and the -lefendaur and for the
granting of a divorce a vinculo to t' e plain
tiff on the grounds of adultery; nd the said
defendant will further take notice that she
is required to appear at a teim of the Sup
erior court of said county fo be on the third
34oday before 1st Monc', in March 19 T
at the court house of said county in Salis
bury. N. C , and answer or (!pur to the
complaint in said ac'ion, or the pbtntift
will 8pply to the court lor the leiiet de
manded in the said complaint.
This the 18th day of November, 1916.
J. McCubbins, clerk of Superior court.
Notice to (Mors
Having qualified ar administrators of P.
A. Sloop, thin is to notify all peisons hav
ing claims against the said decedent to file
an itemized, verified pttrjuoit ot the
same with the undersigned on or before the
18th day of October, 1917, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their recovary.
Persons indebted to said estate are notified
to make prompt settlement.
This 18th day of October, 1916.
John A. Sloop,
Calvin A. 8loop.
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