LEGAL NOTICES -: ROWAN county, NORTH CAROLINA MORTGAGE SALE OF REAL ESTATE Under and by virtue of the pow er of sale contained in a certain Deed of Trust dated 21st day of April, 193 0, executed by Nancy L. Earnhardt, widow, Elizabeth L. Bame and husband, T. L. Bame to C. L. Coggin, Trustee, recorded in mortgage book 115, page 267, Reg ister of Deeds Office, Rowan Coun ty, default having been made in the I payment of the indebtedness secured thereby, and the request of the holder thereof, and in accordance with the terms of said mortgage, the undersigned Trustee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash 3t the Court House door in Salisbury, Rowan County, on the 13 th day of November, 1934, at 12:00 o’clock, M., the fol lowing described real estate: Beginning at Red Oak, Paul N. Heilig’s corner thence North 88 E. 22 chains to a -stake corner to No. 7 in the line of No. 5; thence S. 23.50 chains to a stake thence S. 5 5 W. 7.90 chains to a stake thence 44 W. 2.83 chains to a stake M. P. Cline’s corner; thence N. 43 W. 20.10 chains to a stake, Cline’s cor ner; on P. N. Heilig’s line; thence with said line P. N. Heilig’s line North 14.75 chains to the begin ning, containing by calculations fifty three acres more or less. It being lot No. 6 in the division of the lands of John Fisher and allot ted to Leah L. Fisher now Ritchie and being the home place of the late W. S. Earnhardt. The interest in the above describ ed property which is to be sold is a one-tenth undivided interest, free from dower. This 10th day of October, 1934. C. L. Coggin, Trustee. Oct. 12—Nov. 2. MORTGAGE SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN EAST SPENCER By virtue of authority contained in a certain mortgage deed of trust, dated May S, 1931, and registered in the Register’s office of Rowan County in Book of Mortgages No. 117, page 214, from W. L. Honey cutt and wife, Minnie Honeycutt, to T. K. Carlton, Trustee, default having been made in the payment of the note secured thereby, and re quest of foreclosure having been made by the holder of said note, the undersigned Trustee will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court House door in Salisbury, N. C., on Saturday, November 10, 1934, at 12 o’clock, Noon, the following de scribed real estate, to-wit: Lying and being in the Town of East Spencer, Salisbury Town ship, Rowan County, N. C., and more particularly described as fol lows: beginning at a stake on A. S. Heilig’s line in the center of a street; thence N. 2 deg. 37 min. E. 61 feet to a stake, corner to Lot No. 20; thence S. 88 deg. IS min. E. 219 feet to a stake, corner to Lot No. 20, on line of Lot No. 16;, thence S. 3 6 deg. W. ISO feet to a stake in the center of a street, cor ner to Lots Nos. 16, 17 and 22; thence N. N. 54 1-2 deg. West ISO feet to the beginning. Same being Lot No. 21 in the division of , the lands of John Verble, deceased. The rieht of wav for an alley 12 feet wide is excepted across the East end of the above described lot next to Lot No. 16; also 20 feet across the South side next to line! of Lot No. 22 is excepted for a1, street, also except a strip of land six feet wide across the West end of the above described lot next to A. S. Heilig, Trustee, for an ally or sidewalk. For back title see Book No. 171 of Deeds, page 227, in the office , of the Register of Deeds for Rowan < County. This property is being sold sub- | j jeer to all taxes and other liens ] which might be agairAt the same. Bidder at this sale is required to de- ( posit 10% of the amount of his!, bid. 1 This 10th day of October, 1934. ; T. K. Carlton, Trustee. ] Oct. 12—Nov. 2. ( -] NORTH CAROLINA, , ROWAN COUNTY. < IN THE SUPERIOR COURT t J. K. Whitley, i Vs. i P. E. Goodnight and wife, Donnie c I. Goodnight, et al. f NOTICE OF SUMMONS AND s WARRANT OF ATTACHMENT ; The defendants, P. E. Goodnight I and wife, Donnie I. Goodnight, de fendants in the above entitled ac- c tion will take notice that on the a 4th day of October, 1934, a sum- t mons in the said action was issued 1 against them by the undersigned s Clerk of the Superior Court of f Rowan County, plaintiff claiming -v the sum of FIVE THOUSAND c ($5,000.00) DOLLARS due him as damages sustained by reason of the malicious injury to the person of the plaintiff, which summons is returnable within thirty days there after; the defendants will also take notice that the warrant of attach ment was issued by said Clerk of the Superior Court of Rowan County on the 4th day of October, 1934 against the property of the said defendants, which warrant of attachment is returnable on the 4th day of November, 1934 at the time and place named for the return of the summons; that defendants are required to appear and answer or demur to the complaint and to the warrant of attachment before the undersigned Clerk of the Superior Court of Rowan County, on the 8th day of November, 1934, or 30 days thereafter, or the relief de manded will be granted. Dated this the 8 th day of Octob er, 1934. B. D. McCubbins, Clerk Superior Court, Rowan County, N. C. Oct. 12—Nov. 2. SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Pursuant to the terms of a cer tain mortgage deed of trust execut ed by Martha Alice Banks, unmar ried, to H. E. Isenhour, Trustee, on January 24th, 1927, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Rowan County in book of mortgages No. 99, page 240, de fault having been made in the pay mc-nt of the indebtedness therein secured, and at the request of the holder of the note therein secured, the undersigned, Trustee, wili ex pose for sale, at public auction, for cash, at the court house door in Salisbury, N. C., on Saturday, October 27th, 1934, at the hour of 12M., the following described real estate: Being lot No. 3 8 as shown on the map of Fairview Heights, the pro perty of E. A. and L. G. Good man, surveyed by N. A. Trexler, C. E., which map is duly registered in the office of Register of Deeds for Rowan County, to which re ference is hereby made. The above property will be sold subject to prior liens and encum brances. This September 24th, 1934. H. E. Isenhour, Trustee, i John L. Rendleman, Jr., Attorney.' Oct. 5—26. SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Pursuant to the terms of a cer tain mortgage deed of trust execut ed by Paul T. Goodman and wife, Emma Goodman, to Moses Good man, Trustee, on April 12th, 1921, and recorded in the office of Regist er of Deeds for Rowan County in book of mortgages No. 76, page 59, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness therein secured, and at the request of the holder of the note therein secured, the undersigned Trustee will expose for sale, at public auction, for cash, it the court house door in Salisbury, NT. C., on Saturday October 27th, 1934, at the hour of 12M., the fol owing described real estate: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, as ihown on the map of the Paul T. Goodman property, surveved by N. Trexler County Surveyor, in fanuary 1921, and filed in the of ice or the Register or Deeds for Iowan County, Book 3, page-, ind described by metes and bounds is follows: Beginning at a stake, intersection >f Depot Street and the Salisbury Vlbemarle Public Road; thence with Depot Street N. 41% deg. E. 290 eet to a stake, railroad right of ■/ay; thence with said right of way, 'Jorth 46 1-2 deg. West 228.5 eet to a stake; thence South 43 % leg. W. 261 feet to a stake in the ialisbury- Albemarle road; thence vith said road, S. 3 8 deg. E. 23 5 eet to the beginning, and being lot \To. 1. Beginning at a stake, intersection if Depot Street and Salisbury-Albe narle road; thence with the Salis >ury-Albemarle road S. 3 8 deg. E. :65 feet to a stake, corner of the (ost Office lot; thence with the line f the Post Office lot N. 5 0 deg. i. 154 feet to a stake; thence with he line of the post office lot S. 3 3 % leg. E. 59 feet, crossing the switch, o a stake; thence N. 3 5 deg. 15 nin. E. 194 feet to a stake, the ight of way; thence with the right f way, N. 56% deg. W. 311.50 eet to a stake in Depot St.; thence nth Depot Street S. 41% deg. W. 92 feet to the begining, being lots ; 4os. 2 to 8, inclusive. Beginning in the railroad right f way, in the town of Gold Hill, ( nd runs N. 65 deg. W. 30 poles o the old line; thence with the old i ne N. 5 deg. E. 10 poles to a ; tone; thence S. 60 deg. E. 21 ( oles to the right of way; thence nth the same to the beginning, I ontaining 1 % acres. For back title see book of deeds No. 154 524. The above property will be sold subject to all prior liens, if any. This September 24th, 1934. Moses Goodman, Trustee. Oct. 5—26. SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Pursuant to the terms of a cer tain mortgage deed of trust execut ed by William Krider and wife, Emma Krider, to Moses Goodman, Trustee, on November 17th, 192’, and recorded in the office of Regist er of Deeds for Rowan County in Book of mortgages No. 89, page 32, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness therein secured, and at the request of the holder of the note therein secured, the undersigned Moses Goodman, Trustee, will expose for sale, at public auction, for cash, at the court house door in Salis bury, N. C., on Saturday, October 27th, 1934, at the hour of 12M., the following described property: Beginning at a point on 'the East side of Harrell Street, corner to lot No. 108; thence in an East erly direction with line of lot No. 108 150 feet to a stakes corner of lot No. 108; thence N. 3 E. 50 feet to a stake, corner of lot No. 110; thence in a Westerly direc tion with the line of lot No. 110, 150 feet to a stake, corner to lot No. 110 in the edge of Harrell Street; thence S. 3 W. with the edge of Harrell Street, 50 feet to tne beginning, and being lot No. 109 as shown on the map of Fair view Heights, the property of E. A. and L. G. Goodman, surveyed by N. A. Trexler, said map being duly recorded in the office of Register of Deeds for Rowan County. The above property will be sold subject to all prior liens and en cumbrances. This September 24th, 1934. Moses Goodman, Trustee. John L. Rendleman, Jr., Attorney. Oct. 5—26. SALE OF VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY Pursuant to the terms of a cer tain judgment entered at the Sep tember Term, 1934 of Rowan Sup erior Court, in the civil action en titled Gurney P. Hood, Commis sioner of Banks for North Carolina, i and on relation of Clyde Jones,! Agent and Conservator of the! North Carolina Bank & Trust Company vs. H. A. Rouzer, et al., ana docketed in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court in Book of Judgments No. 26, page| 313, the undersigned. Commission-j er, will expose for sale at public J auction for cash at the Court! House door in Salisbury, N. C., on j Saturday, October 27th, 1934, ati the hour of 12M., the following valuable city business property: j Lying and being on the South west corner of Main and Liberty Streets, in the City of Salisbury, de scribed by metes and bounds as fol lows: BEGINNING at the West cor-! ner of the intersection of Main and Liberty Streets and running South- \ west with Main Street 66 feet toi a stake; thence Northwest and par-1 allel with Liberty Street 198 feet to the edge of a 12 foot alley y thence in a Northeasterly direction and parallel with Main Street 66 feet to a stake in the edge of Liber ty Street; thence in a Southeasterly direction with Liberty Street 198 feet to the beginning. ror back title, see deed from Charles Joseph Hedrick, and others, to H. A. Rouzer, dated 21st day of January, 1920, and registered in Book 154, page 282, 283, and 284, in the office of the Register of Deeds for Rowan County. This September 2 5th, 1934. J. Temple Gobbel, Commissioner./ John L. Rendleman, Sr., Attorney, j sept. 28—Oct. 26. L RE-SALE ©F HOUSE AND LOT j Pursuant to an Order of Court, n the matter of Hallie E. Cress, etj! il against Kirby L. Cress, W. Earle j Cress, et al, directing a re-sale ofjj Lot No. 4 n the Abigail E. C. j Cress property on Chestnut Hill, s :he undersigned will sell at public 1 luction, at the Court House Door, ( n the City of Salisbury, on Mon lay, November 5th, 1934, Lot No. 1. described as follows: BEGINNING at a stake on Har ison Street 115 feet from the ioutheastern corner of the Inter action of Jackson and Harrison streets, Southeily corner of Lot Mo. 1, and runs thence S. 29 E. 13.8 feet to a stake; thence North >0 deg. 30 min. East 127 feet to t stake in an Alley shown on Map; :hence North 3 8 deg. 30 min. West >0.5 feet to a stake in the Alley, :orner of Lot No. 2; thence South 18 West parallel with the rear lines >f Lots Nos. 1 and 2, 118.8 feet o a stake in Harrison street, place »f beginning. On this Lot is a cottage occupied >y W. Earle Cress. Reference is made to the Map of the Mrs. C. M. Cress property filed in the Office of the Register of Deeds, and made by M. E. Miller, Surveyor. Bidding to begin on Lot No. 4 at $808.86. This October l$th, 1934. W. T. Burke, Commissioner. Octo. 19—26. NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of an order of the Superior Court of Rowan County, made in the special pro ceeding entitled J. W. Sloan, Ad ministrator of M. Lula Sloan, and J. W. Sloan, vs. Walter Sloan and wife Emma Sloan, Louise Sloan, Theodore Sloan, Mary Lee Sloan, Cora Sloan Caldwell and husband, Dan Caldwell, et als., the same being No. 933 upon the Special proceeding docket of said court, the undersigned commissioner will, on the 17th day of November, 1934, at 12 o’clock M., at the Courthouse Door in Salisbury, North Carolina, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash that certain tract of land described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a post oak on the West side of the Public road, Dr. Gaither’s corner; thence S. 69 3-4 E. 31.10 chains to a pine on Geo. Corriher’s line; thence N. 3 W. 5.10 chains to a pine Geo. Corrih er’s corner; thence N. 82 E. 2.75 chains to a poplar*; thence N. 65 E. 2.7$ chains to a stake in center of creek; thence S. 88 E. 6 chains to a stake; thence N. 24 1-2 E. 10.10 chains to a stone; thence N. 2 E. 40 links to a stake; thence N. 88 1-4 W. 41.52 chains to a stake on Dr. Gaither’s line; Aence S. 2 W. 1.70 chains to a stake in the center of the public road; thence S. 20 W. 6 chains to the beginning, containing 45 acres. Being lot No. 6 in the division of the J. L. Sloan estate as recorded in Book 94 at page 200. This 18th day of October, 1934. J. W. Sloan, Commissioner. T. G. Furr, Attorney. SALE OF VALUABLE FARM LANDS Pursuant to the terms of a cer tain mortgage deed of trust execut^ ed by John L. Davis and wife, Lillie j C. Davis, dated May 8th, 1926, and recorded in the office of the Reg ister of Deeds for Rowan County in Book of Mortgages No. 97, page 130, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness thereby secured, at the request of the holder of such indebtedness, the undersigned Trustee will expose for sale, at public auction, for cash, at the Courthouse door in Salisbury, N. C., on Saturday, the 17th day of November, 1934, at the hour of 12 M., the following described real estate: 1. One tract of land situated in Locke Township, about four miles West of Salisbury, on both sides of the Lincolnton and Salisbury Pub lic road, adjoining the lands of Paul Peeler, John L. Davis, Mrs. Mary A. Pludson and James Lingle, being bounded by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at a stone in the Lincolnton Road, running thence North 1 1-2 deg .East 34.37 chains to a stake on Lingle’s line; thence with said line North 75 deg. East 7.2 chains to a white oak tump, Lingle’s corner; thence south 88 deg. East about 6 chains o a stake in a ditch; thence with . he ditch, South 68 deg. West 11.25 i( hains to a stake, Peeler’s corner; hence South 19 deg. East, 19.20 hains to a stone, Peeler’s corner; hence Sputh 27 1-2 deg. West, . 1.95 chains to a stone; thence ■ iouth 1 1-2 deg. West 4.60 chains j :o a stone in the Lincolnton Road, ] ’eeler’s corner; thence with the said • oad 5 chains to a stone, Peeler’s ( :orner; thence South 1 1-2 deg.I( last 14.70 chains to a stone, Peel- < :r’s corner; thence North 83 deg. last 9 chains to a stone; thence , slorth 76 deg. East 10 chains to a j tone; thence South 5 1-2 deg. i last 5.5 0 chains to a stake, Peel- i^ r’s corner on the old line; thence ; STorth 88 deg. West 46 chains to a ] >ost oak; thence North 2 deg. iast 9 chains to a stake, Mrs. Hud- ] on’s corner; thence East 9.5 0 ■ hains to a stake; thence North 11 ] leg. East 8.67 chains to a stake in|j is the Lincolnton Road; thence with said road, South 82 deg. East 14.50 chains to the beginning, containing 66 1-2 acres, more or less, and be ing known as the A. A. Cowan place. See book of deeds No. 139, page 110. 2. Beginning at a stake on the north bank of the ditch; thence with the ditch, North 59 deg. East 48.30 chains to a stake on Cowan’s line; thence with his line North 89 deg. West 40.30 chains to a stone; thence South 97 deg. West 40 chains to a hickory; thence South 53 deg. East 32.25 chains to a stake in the old channel of the creek; thence up said channel, as it meanders, to the beginning, con taining 230 1-2 acres, more or less, save and- except what has been sold to H. N. Woodson in order to set tle a disputed line, and being lot No. 2 in the division of the lands of Richard Lowery, as plotted by J. C. Bennhardt County Surveyor. See Book 79, page 71. This Oct. 15, 1934. D. A. Rendleman, Trustee. Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys. Oct. 26—Nov 16. NORTH CAROLINA, ROWAN COUNTY. NOTICE OF SALE UNDER MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Pursuant to the terms and condi tions of that certain mortgage, from Joe Martello and Mary Mar tello to Hayden Clement, Trustee, dated the 6th day of Dec. 1929, and registered in Book of Mortgages No. 115 Page 4, of Registry’s Of fice, Rowan County, N. C., default 1-:_1__l~ • J.i_i ness for which said mortgage was given to secure, and for the protec tion of the holder of said indebted ness, the undersigned, will sell at Public Auction, for cash, (or terms duly announced at said sale,) at the Courthouse Door in Salisbury, N. C., on SATURDAY, the 24th day of November, 1934, at 12:00 o’ clock M., after due advertisement as provided by said instrument of by law, the following property, to wit: Lying in the Town of Woodleaf, Rowan County. Beginning at a stake in the Pot Neck Road, N. M. Bailey’s corner on Elliott’s line; thence North 5 deg. East 12.16 chains to a stake, Bailey’s corner; thence North 85 deg. West 2.15 chains to a stake; thence South 5 deg. West 12.16 chains to a stake in Public Road; thence with said Road South 85 deg. East 2.15 chains to the Beginning, containing 2 1-2 acres, on which is situate a dwell ing house. For back title see deed from B. A. Simpson and wife, registered in Book of Deeds No. 190, page 271; also see deed registered in Book 12 5, page 45. This sale will be left open for advance bid required by law. Dated this the 22nd day of Oct aber, 1934. Hayden Clement, Trustee. Clement & Clement, Attys. Oct. 26—Nov. 16. SALE OF EAST SPENCER PROPERTY Pursuant to the terms of a cer :ain mortgage deed of trust execut :d by Walter Stokes and wife, Hiarrett Stokes, to Stahle Linn, rrustee, dated October 6th, 1919, tnd recorded in the office of Regist :r of Deeds, for Rowan county in 3ook of Mortgages No. 67, page 144, default having been made in lip n-iirmptif- rvf flip mrlpktprlnpcc herein secured, the undersigned rrustee, will expose for sale at pub ic auction, for cash, at the court louse door in Salisbury, N. C., on [\iesday November 20th, 1934, at he hour of 12 M., the following lescribed real estate situate at East ipencer, N. C., between Cedar treet and North Long street, and nore particularly described as fol ows: All the right title and interest of Walter Stokes and Harrett Stokes n and to the following tract of and: Beginning at a stake on North ,ong street, 90 feet from alley and 12 feet from the property of iudson & Hudson, and runs thence forth 40 deg. West 15 0 feet to a take; thence South 5 8 deg. West 0 feet to a stake; thence North 40 leg. West 50 feet to the edge of 3edar street; thence with Cedar treet North 5 8 deg. East 293 feet o a stake, Jim Ides’ corner; thence outh with Ides’ line 51 1-2 deg. iast 66 feet to a stake, Hudson & ludson’s corner; thence with Hud an & Hudson’s line South 1 1-2 eg. West 165 feet to the edge of forth Long Street; thence with forth Long street South 58 deg. I^est 112 feet to the beginning orner, and being a portion of the mds mentioned and described in he aforesaid mortgage deed of trust ecorded in book No. 67, page 144. This October 19th, 1934. Stahle Linn, Trustee, ohn L. Rendleman, Sr. Attorney. )ct. 26—Nov. 16. I Lady Went Back To Taking CARDUI ‘ and Was Helped s For severe periodic pains, cramps t or nervousness, try Cardui which ' so many women have praised, for I over fifty years. 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