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TfrnrUjv October f, 124
THE ASHEBORO COURIER, ASHEBORO, N. C.
i Pm Serea w '
NOTICE OF LAND SALE
NOTICE OK EXECUTION SALE
North Carotin. Curort Cour.ty
Cset Lumber Company
r I Will n
f H. Henanx w muira nenanx.
By virtue of an order of the Super
ior Loun in Uut certain proceeding
entitled H. C. Kersey, adiSSSSS
against L C Andrews et al, I will
on the 27th day of October, 1924, at
" 0 "oca M. at the court hnnu.
CLERK p NOTICE
Sort Carotin a, Randolph County.
C M. Feme, Adny. of Reuben Cra
.lT ,,nderaLrrd from the Suwrior h.ghest bidder the followrnT aZ " B. cUon entmed " Governor, to furnish the state (rovem- County of Randolph,
5ourt of Guilford county, in the above ned tract of land. , Beginning at EtOT n been commenced before, the rnent with proof of rm enures that Before me, a JNotary ruWic in and
Entitled action, I will, on Monday, stone 0n northwest corner of the Clerk, of said County for the purpose school children in this state an- being for the State and county aforesaid.
3rd day or nvnmwr, 1VZA, at vrev,e . nayworw home tract; ' kiiuk w dsu ssku u pi; awu, aiscruninaiea againsi in re:-fwci. u personally appearru mrs. n m. v
i? o'clock M-, at tht court house door """" South on original line 26 Doles certain lands lying and being in the price of school books. Hammer, who, having been duly
of Randolph, county, sell to the high- ? stne; thence East 18 1-2 poles; Franklinville township, Randolph In several speeches in the state, Mr. sworn according to law, depose and
est bidder I or caan 10 satisfy said T "orw 48 Poles to stone; county, belonging to the late Reuben Meekins has been reported at having says that she is the publisher of The
executions, there being two of the West 18 1-2 poles to the be- Craven, said matter to be heard by charged that geographies which cost Courier and that the following is, u
same M u .ffn u0eJand , lii, TKrtDmg w. re Mre81nlr said Clerk on the 3rd day of Novem- children in North Carolina 11.25 each the best of her knowledge and belief,
n&F&r tt!&Es t'cuT' r8 W" W and a true Tt ot "T;
Se following described real estate Thu land " ld under a re-sale by,N- C, , fte defendantg then Carolina for 55 cents each. management, etc., of the aforesaid
and which they had in said real es- recommendation of the commissioner PPear nd or demur to the In his statement, Mr. Dawson as- publication for the date shown in the
tate on the 21st day of January, wno 8old the land in this proceeding Petition or the petitioner will apply serted that the charge had been in- above caption, required by the Act of
1924, or at any time thereafter: ' as he na the information, that the,01 te relief demanded in said peti- vestigated and that he had been in- August 24, 1912, embodied in section
Being lots 42 and 43 of the map of !?' wi1 brin8 more money. ,tion. formed by A. T. Allen, superintendent 443, Postal Laws and Regulation.-,
Dr. J. M. lomnnson property in we ay ol beptember, W. A. LOVETT, Dept., 0f public instruction, that the "state printed on the reverse of this form,
t,-vt,xt Uerk Superior Court. 0f North Carolina is not only obtain-, to-wit :
"vc" Unas. H. Redding, Atty for Plf't.
Commissioner n jq g 24.
virtue of execution directed to Hi Asheboro, N. C. offer for sale
Mary I.Craven and R. H Craven.
The above named defendants
DAWSOJT ASKS MEEKINS TO Siainneet of the OmacnJup, Manage
COME FORWARD WITH PKOOF meat. Circalaluw. Elc Required
. By the Act of t ongrrM
John G. Dawson, chairman of the of August 24, 1912.
State Democratic executive cmmil-
tee, in a statement issued lat Thurs- Of The Courier puthheo weekly ;
day afternoon, calls upon Isac M. Aiheboro for October I,
Meekins, Republican candidate for State of North Carolina,
NOKlOLK SOI TMLKN KAlLKOAl
Effective September 14. 1924
AclicLroru, -N C
I'aii Except Suri.!a
Leave ts 00 A. M.---Aberieen, Kllerbe
J. til 11, .C r . . -fvllrt VC Co.iIlCClJ At
Star for Raleigh, Charlotte -nd in-
Leave 3.45 P. M. Aberdeen and in
Arrive 4:30 from Aberdeen and in
iur tickets, pullinan re.erv anuns an
nformation adiiresn or appl Vo
I. D (U'RKHEADI Air-nt.
Pcad this list: cuts,
brui.es, chafing, insect bites, skisi
iniecucns, bums, bculs, aid sore,
eczema, ring worm, ground itch,
dandruff, prickly beat, barber's itch,
pimples, sunburn, bLsters, rashes,
sore feet and foot and toe infection.
Ail of us meet with on or an
other of thess almost erarjr day.
The problem is how to take car
of them, heal them, prevent infec
tion. The answer is LICARBO.
This powerful liquid antiseptic and
germicide relieves th pain, kUks
the germs snd heals immediately.
Buy a bottle of LICARBO from
your druggist and jour problem k
STANDARD DRUG COMPANY
Asheboro, N. C
Archdale recorded in plat book No.
1, pae 7 t"8 Register of Deeds
office of Randolph county, N. C. Said
lots fronting 50 feet each on the east
.side of David street and being each
. 50 feet wide in the rear, and 200 feet
Beginning at a stake Epsie Allred's
corner in Z. Cox's line and running
N. 86 1-2 deg. W. 47 1-2 poles to a
4t 10 2 24
NOTICE OF LAND SALE
ing these books as cheaply as possi- That the names and addresses
ble, but that under the contracts of the publisher, editor, managing ed
which the state has entered into with itor, and business managers are:
each publisher that if a publisher ad-' Publisher, Mrs. Wm. C. Hammer,
vertises one of his books at a lower 1 Asheboro.
Editor, Wm. C. Hammer, Asheboro,
Local Editor, H. H. "Walker,
Ashe.boro, N. C.
Having qualified as administrator By virtue of an order of re-sale en- te f" Sme ""t
on the estate of James Burton, de- tered by the Clerk Superior Court of t1 " ' t
ceased, hefnre n M WootKo-i,, , , ' . . in North Carolina, this one act auto-
stake; thence S. 3 1-2 deg. W. 11 poles Clerk of Superior Court of Randolph Kan,00'Pn co.un 'n tfte P?CUU - reduces the ice in the
to a stake; thence S. 86 1-2 deg. E. county; All persons having claims 71" e- ,ea ,7t,V. 61 state of North Carolina.
47 1-2 poles to a stake Bertha Little against said estate are notified to ? 3 ' f '? 1 "Moreover," continued Mr. Dawson,
comer; thence N. 3 1-2 E. 11 poles present them to the undersized. Hn. 6th, 1924. the undersigned offers for ., .,.. ii
tJnrtn COntainin 4 , y "or iJ. 1st day sale at public auction to the .highest i bond to arry out al, provisi(ns of the
-- " wwuci i, vi una nuuuc win uiuuci, iui vaon, u.i mc ficiiuoco m that if a nuh sher should
Also 4 acres described in deed re- be pleaded in bar of their recovery; Randleman Township, County of Ran-1 fntCH S f inin' his hnTs
corded in Book 208, page 405, 6 1-2 ; and all persons bwing said estate wil ' dolph, State of North Carolina, at be fou"d f"y ,of f11"1 bo0S
acres in Book 208, page 406, 6 acres come forward and make immediate 1 9 Xlock P M on Saturday the 25th ln a"other sta f less than he sells
in Book 208, page 407, and 7 1-2 settlement. Z ocloV: oo7 tu!y,if this state, the state of North Caro-
acres in Book 208, page 411, Regis
ter's Office of Randolph county.
This the 80th day of September,
Business Manager, Mrs.
Hammer, Asheboro, N. C.
z. that the owner is
5t 10 2 24.
A C. COX, Sheriff.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE
fiHv nr tiCTirwr. iaz4. ine Toiiiiwiiiir , . . , .1 i
This 23rd day of September, 1924. i described lands to-wit- Una couldlJecoyer on 8 Dona- ,
A F nilRTnv ah, jdescriDed lands, to wit. If Mr. Meekins has any proof of
A. L. BUKION. Admr., Tract No. 1. Beginning at a stone , M riowcnn nosortH "he
6t pd 9 25 24 High Point, N. C. I in the road John VanWary's corner : hl charfe" D,awson. asserted, he
ln ,me ro.aQ' nn an"afys c"rnff will confer a real service upon the
and running West 11 chains and 14 , government and the people of
NnTlrP j 1'nksut 0a sone ln F.le 8 ,!ln,e; tbence the state by coming forward with that
South 13 chains and 70 links to a
Pursuant to authority given in a
certain mortgage deed bearing date
-of January 21, 1920, given by I. N.
Watson and his wife, L. V. Watson,
to J. B. Smith, said mortgage deed
being recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds of Randolph coun
ty in Book 195, on page 293, the
same having been given to secure
the payment of a note or bond of
twelve hundred ($1200.00) dollars of
.even date therewith, and default hav
ing been made in the payment of said
bond and interest due thereon, and
the same now being passed due, the
undersigned mortgagee will at 12
o'clock, M., on Saturday the 11th day
of October, 1924, at the court house
door in Asheboro, North Carolina, sell
to the highest bidder, for cash, the
following tract or parcel of land, sit
uate, lying and being in Back Creek
township, Randolph county, North
Carolina, and being more fully de
scribed by metes and bounds as fol
Beginning at a stone, Sandy
Swaim's corner, running North 33
' stone in the original line and in Dick's ,
Having qualified as administrator i line; thence East 10 chains to a ; prjt LaFollette-Wheeler Ballots
on the estate of James Caveness, de
ceased, before D. M. Weatherly, Clerk
of the Superior Court of Randolph
county; All persons having- claims
against said estate are notified to
fire sent them to the undersigned, du
y verified, on or before the 13th day
of September, 1925, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery; and all persons owing said es
tate will come forward and make im
This 23rd day of August, 1924.
J. M. CAVENESS, Admr.,
6t pd. 9 11 24 Ramseur, N. C.
stone in the road; thence nearly North
with the road 14 chains and 50 links por the past few weeks there has
to the beginning, containing 14 1-2 Deen gome discussion as to whether
acres, more or less, the same being me state would furnish ballots for
lot No. 1 of the Jarrell land.
Tract No. 2. Beginning at
the LaFollette-Wheeler ticket for the
general election. According to the
North Carolina, Randolph County.
In the Superior Court.
W. M. Jordan !
VS- - I f tul .,1,K lon.linir frnm New
Rosa Davis Jordan. f xT ,, tw
The defendant will take notice that Salem to Randleman; running thence
an action entitled as above has been South 69 degrees West four chains
commenced in the Superior Court of and 48 links to a stone; Lineberry's
chains to a pine stump; thence West , Randolph county, by plaintiff against line; thence North 21 degrees East
30 chains and 30 links to a stone in , defendant, for the purpose of secur- one chain and sixty eight links to a
the Coltrane line; thence South 33 i ing an absolute divorce; and the said fnnp ;n l.ineberrv's line: thence N.
Milton Lamb's corner; running thence ; opinion of Attorney General Manning
West 11 chains and 57 links to a there is no particular authority for
stone in a meadow; thence North 13 I the printing of the ballots and noth-
chains to a stone; thence West 14jing specifically against it. The state
chains to a stone in Ingold line (now j board of elections announces that it
Thom. Kirkman's) thence North 11 j wjn have the ballots printed and dis
chains to a stone, Lewis Hughes cor- j tributed. The ballots will carry the
ner (formerly Parson); thence Eastjnames of the 12 LaFollette-Wheeler
on Hughes line, 11 chains and 75 links ! electors for North Carolina. Demo
to a stone in said Hughes line, Milton Cratic and Republican leaders endors
Lamb's corner; thence South 25 de- j ed the request of the LaFollette men
grees East 25 chains to the beginning, : f or the printing and distribution of
containing 25 acres, more or less. the ballots and no political difficulties
Tract No. 3. Beginning at a stone are anticipated over the act.
( Baldwin's corner) on the East side,
hains to Coltrane's line; thence East defendant will further take notice 69 degrees East four chains and 48
uiai. sue is ieMu ,eu jw"' , ijnks to a stone in the edge of said
36 chains and 30 links to the begin-1
ring, containing one hundred (100)
acres, more or less.
This land is being resold by reason
of an advanced bid having been placed
-on the price at which it was bid off
at a former sale.
This the 22nd day of September,
J. B. SMITH,
2t 10 2 24 Mortgagee.
NOTICE OF LAND SALE
By virtue of an order of the Super
ior Court of Randolph County in that
certain proceeding entitled J. B. Allen
t al, against Carl Rich, I will on the
11th day of October, 1924, at 12
o'clock M., sell at public auction to
"the highest bidder at the court house
door 5i Asheboro, Randolph county,
N. C, the following described real
First Tract: Situated, being and ly
ing in the County of Randolph on the
-waters of Uwharrie river and bound
ed as follows: Beginning at a forked
yum on the East bank of said river
and running, thence North 85 degrees
JEast on Bingham's line 22 1-2 chains
to a stake; thence North 13 chains
-to a Sawood Debark Show's comer;
-thence West on his Una 24 1-2 chains
Ho a pine; thence North 12 chains and
p.6 links to a black oak; thence North
"75 degrees West 29 chains to a small
, pine in the old Held; thence north 85
degrees West 6 1-8 chains to a pop
lar tree on sign oans) tnence noru
19 degrees West 2 1-2 chains to a
' tikkonr tree on the east bank of
aid river sbovs the bank) thence
down said river to the various courses
t tht beginning, containing 116 acres
jturrw or less.
Terms of sale upon confirmation,
this the 20th day of September, 1924.
This sale is made on account of a
fcld baring been placed on the former
JOHN T. BRTTTAIN,
, 3t 10 i 24 Commissioner.
office of the undersigned in the court
The high school opened last Mon
day morning with a good attendance.
Work is going on as well as could be
expected on the new building consider
ing the unfavorable weather.
Miss Mary Johnson is spending the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
3. That the known bondholders, .
mortgages, and other security hold- ?
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or -more
of total amount of bonds, Mortg-
ages, or other securities are: None.
4. That the two paragraphs next
above, giving the names of the own- jj
ers, stockholders, and security hold
ers, if any, contain not only the list
of stockholders and security holders
as they appear upon the books of the
company but also, in cases where the ;
stockholder or security holder ap
pears upon the books of the company ;
as trustee or in any other fiduciary i
relation, the name of the person or
corporation for whom such trustee is
acting, is given; also that the said
two paragraphs contain statements ;
embracing affiant's full knowledge 1
and belief as to the circumstances and i
conditions under which stockholders
and security holders who do not ap- ;
pear upon the books of the company
as trustees, hold stock and securities
in a capacity other than that of a
bona fide owner; and this affiant has
no reason to believe that any other
person, association, or corporation
has any interest direct or indirect in
the said stock, bonds, or other securi
ties than as so statsd by him.
.MRS. Wm. C. HAMMER,
Publisher and Business Manager.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 1st day of October, 1924.
E. H. MORRIS,
, (Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires May 4, 1925.
I I I I I I I ii il I II III I I ft, I Jill III I I I I'll ,1 i,.iiliiliil;IluliHiHinulnliil.iliHunwn
Bad Weather Ahead
It is time to Reroof and Repair
Let us show you our Bird's Asphalt
Roofings, Cedar Shingles, Flooring, Ceil
ing, Siding, Sheathing, Framing, Mould
ings, Casings, Mantels, etc.
ASHEBORO WHEELBARROW CO.
Asheboro, N. C.
General Founders and Machinists
For membership in the "Keep quiet
with Coolidee Club", we nominate
Erie AlKot Fall PVinrlev Fnrhes nnd Har-
gneu in me cuuii, . o..,u oi .i, wt 1 " . 7 . . ,
house, at Asheboro, Randolph county, roa" ult"lc,ouu " , f. r . X Johnson on North Main street. ry Daugnerty.
North Carolina, on the 25th day of one chain and sixty eigne iinKs w uie j We deeply regret having to give up i
October, 1924, and answer or demur j beginning corner, containing o- , Qur paj)tor ReV- j. e. Woosley, but I
to the complaint in said action, or the ! acres, more or less. i tnjs makes his fourth year on this
plaintiff will apply to the court for Tract No. 4. Beginning at a stone
the relief demanded in said complaint, j susanna Bladen's comer, now Charlie 1 Muster William Ingram, of the
This the Z5th day of beptember, T,nmhV runninir thence South 69 de- i Ttsvnn TiirAt oovttinn la ctauino" with '
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Accept only "Bayer" .package
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Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets
Also bottles of 24 and 100 DrugjrisU.
Aspirin la Uw tnd mirk of Buu Uuraacton at Mooo1nrMwr ot BaHqUoitM
4t 9 25 24
TT A flhainc anA AH llnlrd tf R
D CWkWSIrioErRCoYu'rt.lstone- Susanna Balden's corner' n0W
Clerk Superior Court. , them,e g n degrees
his aunt, Miss Ida Ingram, out at
"Landsdowne", and attending the
high school. William was partly
The protracted meeting which was
to have been held in South Trinity,
but was postponed, will probably be-
West 1 chain and 68 links to a stone;
thence North 69 degrees W. 4 chains
and 48 links to a stone on East side
iof New Salem and Randleman road;
rnnH N 21 detrrees
Having qualified as executor on the . . ,, fiB linlra tn th beirin-, ... .r.. o .L t
.f. u, u PVo,i, HoH - 1 " I Mm" -ate craven,
" -- : .nnii mnir 1-4 acres, more or
before D. M. Weatherly, Cleric of the
Superior Court of Randolph county; i less- .
oaiu sale i nuujcw "
ation of the court.
This the 6th day of October, 1924.
L. R. HUGHES, Commissioner,
3t 10 9 24 Randleman, N. C.
All persons ' having claims against
said estate are notified to present
them to the undersigned, duly veri
fied, on or before the 27th dav of
September 1925, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery;
and all persons owing said estate will
come forward and make immediate
This 23rd day of September, 1924.
T. S. BOULDIN, Extr.,
6t pd 9 25 24 Trinity, N. C.
NOTICE OF LAND SALE
. ." - Haying Qualified as administrator
' Von tht MtaU of Marr V. Pstty, oW-
md, before D. U. Westerly, elsrk
"f-ofths svneric4r court of Randolpb
. runty All persona Tiarlnf elalras
against said ntat ara aeUflad to
' raMnt thsra to tho anflarnignad, da
ly ertflsd, on or baforo tba U day
f Optombar, 192S, or this tiotiot will
' ! plwadad in bar of their recovery f
. mrA all aarsons owing said tstaU will
oma forward and make immediate
ettiomwit, ' , ...
' Tela 80 dT of Arnm. 1924.
, G. E. I'UTY, Admr-
t 4 U - r Archdale, N.C
BALE J OTICE
Tty Ylrttis of Ui powrr ef suls enn
Tfh!nd In a for'-'" "e rjc-j e,utd
. Jllnrch 27, 15 by V,. A. Jnirt.l.! snd
" ..", I i!.,.y Hum'''", nit! r'fniod In
, liaok !'' r"'i 'i - I e!-'-r- Of-
.fee of Kr. i.Mjh CViunty, I . I, on
.riatnrday, the 11th Hoy cif (iru.lr,
' -1B24, at 13 a'cbKk M., t U tmwt
'riotma door In A'il"ro, N. il
' 'to the fclit liiii'ir for uli tha ful
, .lowing oWrilxwi rl entsUi
A tract of land in Grant towniMp,
, fr1nnlng at stma, t! old nmr,
r.n Vt I ehs. to a tnn Un
- .: 'i rSSt ehs. to a tfm; lhnra
- f. J rh. to a fret osk riiw rnn;
' - --,rth 43 !'() cl,s. to a
By virtu of an order of the Super
ior Court In that certain proceeding
entitled R. F. Spencer, et al, against
Lloyd Brewer, Jr., et al, I will on the advertisements
27th day or October at IX o'clock, M.,
at the court house door at Asheboro,
N. C, offer for ssla to the highest
bidder the following described tract
. Beginning at a cedar south of tha
Meadow branch; thence southeast
11 chains and 82 links to a dogwood;
thence soath 4 chains and 85 links to
a stales; thence West 1 chain an4 6
links to pine; thence South 4 chains
and 25 links to a stake; thence South
61 East 29 chains and 50 links to s
stake; tbeoea North 4 chains and 86
links to a pine stump; thence East 10
chains and 10S links to a white oak;
thence North chains snd 75 links
to a stake; thenea Wast 78 East 21
chains and 78 links io a stake ; thence
North 10 East II Chains to a stake;
thenea North 11 chains to a whits
oak; thenea North 11 Wast 1 chain
and 84 links to an iron wood an tha
North side of tha Btaadow branch
thane tfp said branch l.thaln and 75
links to a stake; thane North 79
r.jrt 14 chains te a tUka thance with
the Tsrious eoarsea of said branch
82 rods to aa iron woodi thanes
8oath rods to tha beeinrirng, eon
Ulning flftr (60) aeree more or Was,
Terms at sale cash apoiieonflnne
This 0 17th day of Septembei
JOHN T. PIUTTAIN,
4t 10 1 84 ' Commission
! short time here recently, has returned
1 to Durham.
j Mrs. Welbom, mother of Mr. Er
i nest Welborn, is spending some time
j with him in South Trinity.
! Mr. Robert Royals has returned to
i Miss Ina Royals is clerking in her
.father's store in North Trinity.
I People are talking electric lights
, about here. A number have had the
"SeHcia Cynthia's sister seems silly lights put in.
since Cynthia says she saw Selicia i Mrs. Osborn, of High Point, sister
steal steel scissors from Solicitor Ta- j of Mrs. Millls Farlow, is visiting her
turn Cyrus Littleton." in South Trinity.
Mr. J. W. Wolff has kindly sub-
... i . m. -'-..J-.- i
mitted to tne readers oi ira More than 11,000,000 passengers
Oil in a,
the above tongue twister. Everybody I were carried by London's underground
knows Mr. Wolff and reads his unique railroad busses and tramways over
the week-end lately.
' 1 4 A
fra U. M
t ll fi . to a i'
(i fi I 1
iTinj fnialiflM s axertitor 00 the
of I ! Moon, rfareL b
Vtth.rl, a.rk af tha
8'inrlir (xiort of Randolph eountf,
All prtm$ hsvlnf elalms sralnit
said aataU era Tinflfitd to presant
thra to the otvkrnlirna-l, duly wri
"'I, on or bf"r tha Sith dif of
'on , ; f. 'onUr, 1 ,, r U.ls notlc wilt ba
r '9 !"d In Yt tit thfir revry; and
1 r-r.." o:- I idi will
' t -'a-l t. i p als lmrrii!;ta
7k 900.000 Buicfcs
leads in bsn
MOST anybody can drive a car,
but looking after it is really a
mechanic's job. The trouble is that
lots of people Just drive and drive
and drive. Aa long aa the car goes
they think everything is O.K.
Men with some mechanical training
get the moat out of their can. They
know that they must oil in advance.
It's usually too lata if you wak till
a squeak develop or a bearing heats
up. Still, anyone with a mechanical
turn of mind can acquire the habit
of paying proper attention to lubri
cation. There Just one safe rule. Oil and
grease on a definite schedule a
mileage basis. Make it a matter of
regular routine. It is not a question
of once a week or once a month,
but every 500 miles, 1000 mile
or 1500 miles, depending on the
part of the car to be lubricated.
It doe not really take long to oil a
car properly and if pay for itaelf
over and over again in smooth run
ning, low repair and long Ufcu, If
you are in doubt as to where when,
and how to oil, take your carVound
to your service man. Watch him put
in the MStandarcT Polarina Motor
OIL Next time you will ba abU to
do most of it yourself. V i V;
Changing the crank case ofl U tha
main lubrication Job. Also the dir
tiest. It will usually pay to hava it
done for you. "Standard? Servka
Stations and most "Staodanf deal
ers are equipped to do It tor'you
promptly and welL ' '
Save yourself time, trouble ana
money by starting on a regular oU
ing schedule today. j , '
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