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Feb. 21, 1924, edition 1 /
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. t:.e completion cf the first section of
tie memoruJ. : '
V, NOTICE! t ;.
Having qualified as ; Executor oa
'the estate of G. R. Craven, deceased,
before D. IL. Weatherly, Clerk of the
Superior Court of Randolph county, I
si a J sell at public auction to the
Ti.fchest bidder for eaeh, on the prem--Jsta
on the 8th day ef March, 1924
one horse, one Ford, ' one cow, and
ether articles too tedious to mention.
- All persons having' claims against
aid estate are notified 1 to present
them to toe undersirned, duly . ren
ted, on or before the J.17th day- oiiwhile the
F ebruary 1925, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery; and
:all persons owing said estate will
come forward and make immediate
. .settlement. "rt -;-.-;:"'. -.
This 7th day of February, 19Z4.
- - ? NOLPHUS EAN1S.V
6t trWtHi'.:--i;--ls Executor.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
. ' "Under and by virtae of an ordeTof
the Superior Court of Randolph eoun-
i- ty North uaroiina, jnaae in ccruuu
, ' .Special Proceeding, f entitled J.? A.
. ; CWall, Admr, of Ehubal - Brickhouse,
f deceased,; vs. Samuel . Gflmoreet al,
- the same being No. 442 on the; Special
"Proceeding Dockett of said ' county,
1 -the undersigned commissioner will at
12 o'clock, ML, on Saturday the 8th
- -day of' MsTsMaV!,
auction to the highest bidder for cash,
"-.at the court house door fa Asheboro,
w North Carolina all the certain tracts
" " r parcels of land lying and being ' fa
' - -the aforesaid untynd state -...and
toeing in the Town of Asheborcv' and
eing more full? described fol
' lows to-wit:'"'- 3 V' '
- , - Beginning at a v stone ;- in . Burn's
- .Tine the North' East corner ofs Lou
4 "McCain's lot thence East on original
line 20 poles to J stone, Burn's ;cor
. ner; thence n original line SquUxas
-degrees .West 10 poleB to a ..atonej
' thence fVest 20 poles to stoneLou
McCain's, Dell Hill and Wm. Lytell's
corner: thence North IB degrees East
- " 10 poles to the beginning, containing
. one and one-fourth (1 l-4Vre p1
r less. 1 '4?' "vi"'
- ' This'the 4th day of February, 1924
, By virtue of a mortgage aeea exe
f ' uted to the underslgened on toe -7tii
: , -day of February, 19U,y. WWik
V Tiams and Saran A, - Williams, his
whih Bfiid mortp8B is recorded
" In Book 141 at page 29 in 3e off 'ice
of the Register of Deeds tor jumuuipu
County, which said mortgage .waa as
mimaA U M Edwards on the 27th
-day of August 1915, and by virtue of
- " aid execution and said assignment
the undersigned will sell1 at v puDiic
- -auction; to the highest bidder, for cash
m thm Mmrt house door in Asheboro,
" H. L, at 12 o'clock Mn on the 8th day
of March, lz, in oraer- w vitijf
" 'asaid mortgage and interest the 4ol
' lowing described land embraced ( and
Beginning at a '-atone in the fla
' " llortb of B. E. William's Barn, run-
,' nine thenee nearly West 68 rods to a
tone In W. E. : Poo's -line; thence
' v TNorth East with Poe'a line 32 tods to
1 '-an Ash tree n North side of branch!
-thence up the said branch, with W. E.
Toe's line 43 rods to stone in Poe's
v , line; thence South 7 rods to the J. be
ginning, containing fiye acres taors or
: t less. v:!WM ;-f"v'''A-
, This February 6th, 1924. -i
. WARREN LANpLETf - f
t .-" -?i tn Mortgagee.
' A ?M. W. EDWARDS, r C
t v Assignee pf, Mortgagee.
v NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE .
Under and by virtue of '.utnority
ven in a certain' mortgage executed
' and delivered to George H. Black, and
' Ws wife, Eva M. Black,' by W. -.J.
Moffitt, and hU wife, Mary E,; Mof
' 'iitt, bearing date of January 17th,
'1922, recorded in the office of .'-the
. Register of Deeds of Randolph coun
ty, in book 195, page 244, said mortg
age having been riven to1 secure . a
certain bond for $,389.75 of even date
-therewith, and default having been
made In the paymrnt of snld bond and
-the interest due thereon, both princi--pal
and interest thereof now being
.nniwed due. the undersigned mortga
gees win on Saturday, the 8th dny of
"March, 1D24, at 12 o'cWk, M., it the
ourt houne door in Asheboro, North
Carolina, sell at public auction, for
SHh, to the highest bidder, till of that
nrtain tract or parl of ! ' I f '"".,
lying and being Li t.. i .4
Countv and State, and in 1 ranilin-
ville TownsMn. adHnt t' ! of
AV. J. Moffitt, IL V. (
J. N. Caglo and others and 1 : i
fu!'v ' i-riljcd by metes and L .
' ff- a slnne.'J. N. C
'r ,.V t 2184 f 't. t .
;,; thence "South
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; t South
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It is cf t..t'-rr-t to tJ-,e peoole fa
Mm -. a cf the EuU especially te
":..w r it s contract was awarded to
i- u. i art and son. of Hio-h Point.'.
to c,r:. .:oriH .rf the Methsdist V
iV..--.r.t college. The- contract. V"
price was nut announced but it is on- Q
derbtood that the total contract calls'
iit u cxwnuura ox approximately'
Work wiu.bejrla en the two strue-
tores In time for eompletion for
lormai opening ol the college in
tau or this year . . t -
-- The contract was awarded
meeting ef - the building committee
of the Institution held at High Point,
bids having been opened at Greens
boro last week, but action deferred.
The dormitories will be of modern
construction, two stories in height.
Each building will be 6Z feet - long
and SS feet in. width. One will be
used for bo", 'mviny107
her will be-SKgirls' dor-
i rooma - ? .v.. ..; ,.i
MSS. ASA CANDLER AS.
, r EESTED AT UQUOR PARTY
hvFollowing a trial for breacK of
rzr - . li.l a v 11 j
promise in wiuca a, aniucr, ui
Atlanta, wealthy Coco-Cola King"
won over Mrs. DeBoucheL the family
again came fate the limelight when
Mrs. Asa Candler was. arrested." and
taken to police ..headquarters along
with two prominent business men of
Atlanta. . They were arrested.., in an
apartment, which was said to belong
to a friend of Mrs, Candler, and the
trio were seated around, a table from
which they appeared to have eaten a
hearty meal, as well as consumed the
contents of a bottle of whiskey., "i
William J. Stoddard. i president! or
the National Dry Cleaners' associa
tion who also was arrested in kthe
raid, .-indignantly declined today to
discuss the incident and no statement
was forthcoming from G. W.eeline,
president of a brick J manufacturing
company, who was tne - tnira person
arrested. i' 1
j The men were indignant over the
arrest, and as yet have . made no
statement. Neither has Mrs. Candler,
and it is rumored that she was not
at1 her husband's home the following
dayiv nor at Jier "mothers':-whoi' was
Keeping Her twin gins, Dy ner nrst
marriage. She -has been tmamea to
Mr; Candler ince last June. '-' ,
;-.('-4 LAND SALE ""
- By virtue of a Judgment of the Su
perior i Court ' of Randolph county in
the action entitled,' "J. W. Bowman,
vs. Flora Black, et al,' for the fore
closure) of ' a trust1 deed, 1 will, en the
3rd day of March, 1924, at 12 o'clock
M., Bell to the highest bidder for cash
at the Court House door in Asheboro,
N. C, the following real estate known
as-the Dr. Black lands near, Liberty,
N. Cf and described as follows: .;
'. Virat Tnuit: Beirbminff at a' nile of
stones on the north side of the Quaker
Road,' running thence nortn eo aeg.
wo2k ia ) ka link with said road:
thence east 8 chs - 60 links to the' old f
line; thence south witn saia line -chs
B0 links' to s stump, formerly a
hickory; thencec west afas 75
links to a stake in the field, -formerly
a, hickory; thence south 45 deg. west
on SUleya old line 2 hs 8Q links to
the middle of the ' Jbheboro road
thence with said road south JfA deg.
West 12 chs to a turn in said road;
thence with said toad North 78 deg.
west 8 chs to a turn fa; said ' road:
thence'south deg-west with, said
road 4 chs 45 Jinks to acetone; thence
north 45 "hs and 58 links to the be
ginning, containing 120 acres more or
less. " ' ' -''A -
Second TracttBeginning At a pfle
of atone on the norths side1 of . the
Siaker f road, ! dower corner, and
ence north 85 deg. E: 18 chs., 50 Iks.:
thence east 8 chs 50 links to the old
line fa said road; - thence north 82
chs 25 links to a post oak grub - fa
the Guilford County line; thence west
west with the county line 28 chs 25
LULU m , uuv(j mw, iivwf ,
corner;, thence sooth, 61 chs 50 links!;
to a persimmon tree; thence soutn t
deg. west 80 links r stone pile,
Brewer's comerj thence south 45 deg.
west 22 chs 80 links t& a black oak.
mat 9A i RK. links tn a. THmt oflklO
lump, n VH IWUI aiua IM viauiua, ,
Ell. Cobles corner; thence.. down the, a
meanderings of the branch to JEU ta
ble's corner; thence south .70 deg. esst
8 chs to a stone, - Coble's .. corner;
thence south 7 deg. east 8 chs - 90
links to an ashe om the bank of - the
branch; thence down the meanderings
of the, branch to a flat "rock in the
branch, Coble's comer I "thence south
20 deg. west 4 hs- 60. jinks to. a wal
nf n th nU fiU. Cohla'a corner:
thence south 27 deg. west 15 chs 60
links to a white oak, Coble's corner
in Stales line J thenee east 22 ,-,chsj
to a stake, formerly a white oak - on,
ti e east side of the branch, called
Ward's old eomer; thence north . 45
rW, wrt 8 chs 50 links to stake fa
u.o old field near an old dam, Staley's
corner; thence north 45 deg. east 41
elm n links to a stake fa the Ashe-
toro ro I and dower comer: thence
wi'4 r ul road 23 chs 27 links to" a
' "i t dower comer; thence north
i' -r He 45 chs ( and :-75
i : ..iiuig, containing t'JQ
ur- I t i s. -!.
ii. ' A tract of "Isnd In
y, Pate of N. C. on O .. .
,.-1 Y!k!n Valley lly.UV,
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