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Nitrogren Investment
Will Pay Dividends
N. C. Experiment Station’s Tests
Have Proven Value, Says
Garrison
By E. H. Gui'ri!«oii, Jr.,
County Fiirm Ajfciit
Money invested in nitrogen for
spring appplication to small grain
will pay larger ilividonds than any
other investment made in the produc
tion of the grain.
The North Carolina Experiment
Stations has conducted a large num
ber of testsi to detei mine the value of
various nitrogenous fertilizers, and
the best amounts to use. With wheat.
100 pounds of nitrate of soda will
give five to eight bushels increase.
At present price, a five bushel in
crease will give $3.30 per acre above
the cost of nitrate of soda. Wheat
will not give as large an increass for
the second hvmdred povmds of nitro
genous fertilizer. For this reason 100
to 130 pounds of nitrate of soda is
recommended.
Oats pay well for nitrate of soda
up to 200 pounds. Usvially the first
hundred pounds will give 15 bushels
increase over the first.
To get the best results, top-dress
ing on small grain .shoukl be done
early. All this should be applied by
the lf)th of this month. There is no
danger of frost hurting grain at this
time of year.
The nitrate of soda can be applied
broadcast over the small grain with
out any covering, but it is advisable
to run over thi.s small grain after ap
plying the nitrate of soda with a
weeder or a drag harrow with the'
teeth turned back. ■
Any of the winter crops grown for i
hay will pay good returns for 150 j
pounds of nitrate of soda per acre.'
The nitrogenous fertilizzer should be
applied to the hay crops at the same
date as for grain.
PINEBLUFF
Mrs. C. I. Hardy and daughter of
Rochester. N. Y., were week-end
guests of Mrs. Hazel Allison.
Miss Louise Hunt of York. Pa., is
a g^est at the home of Frank Krug.
Miss Harriet Ames fell on the
porch at her home last Thursday and |
fractured a bone in her leg. She vi-as '
taken to the Moore County Hospital
Friday where she is resting quietly, i
Mrs. E. M. Wilson and daughter,
Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers and little
■daughter, Rosa Ann, of Cuba, N. Y.,
are occupying an apartment at Mrs. ^
McMim’s. '
Little Joseph Adams celebrated his
sixth birthday Saturday afternoon.
Several of his friends gave him a
surprise party. Games and refresh-'
ments were enjoyed.
Edwin Way of Athol Springs. N, j
Y., and William Deegan of Buffalo,!
N. Y., have been guests of Mr. Way’s |
sister. Mrs. Ida Austin for the past i
week. '
The 4-H club of boys and girls of
Aberdeen and Pinebluff held a rally
in the Pinebluff school house last
Thursday night. Miss McDonald, 4-H
Club leader, and Mrs, C. O. Newell
vvere chaperones.
Mrs, A, G. Wallace is visiting her
sister, Mrs. J. S Reynolds in South
ern Fines.
Esther Farrell. Betty Warner and
Cora Wallace entertained twenty of
their frie'ids last Friday night at the
Wallace home. Games were enjoyed
and refreshments served.
The Ladies Aid of the M. E.
church will meet next Tuesday at
2:00 p. m. at the church.
Mrs. James Farley and Mrs, M.
J. Connors of White Plains, N. Y.„
are guests of Mrs. Margaret Foley.
LEGAL NOTICES
OF VALUABLE FAK.vT^
PROPEIITV
Lnrlcjr and by virtue of the author
ity conferred upon us in a Deed of
Trust executed by J. Clyde Kelly and
wife, Louise Kelly, on the 30th aay ot
June, 1928, and recorded in book 4Y,
Page 321, we will on Saturday the
9th Day of March, 1935,
12 o'clock Noon
at the Courthouse door in Moore
County, Carthage, N, C„ sell at pub
lic auction for cash to the highest
bidder the f-llowing land, to-wit:
All that certain tract or parcel ol
tend lying and being in Carthage
Township. County of Moore, State of
N, C., adjoining the lands of R, A,
McLauchlin, D, D, Kelly and others
and being on the waters of Mineral
Springs Branch, bounded and de
scribed as follows:
Beginning at a large sweet gum,
pine and maple pointers in the Min
eral Springs Branch nean the head of
it, Lewis Ritte:’s beginning corner,
running as his line S. 20 W. 11 chs.
to a pine, red and two hickory poin
ters; thence S, 69 E, 25 chs, to a
stake in a field, about 30 or 40 yards,
N, of the Raleigh Rd.; thence S. 16
E. 14.35 chs. to a stake. Mulberry
and Sweet Gum pointers, Riddle’s
corner; thence as his line N, 84 E, 7
LEGAL NOTICES
chs, to a stake, old field pine pointers,
1 lienee as another of his line N, 14
1-2 W, 15 chs, to a stake in the Ral
eigh Rd„ persimmon, sweet gum
pointers; thence as said road N, 65,5*
E, 7,50 chs, to a branch; thence up
said branch to a small white oak;
white oak, maple, and sweet gum
pointers; thence N, 46 E, 30 chs,;
thence N, 71 W, 38 chs, to Mineral
Springs Branch; thence up the va
rious courses of said branch to the
beginning corner; Being the land al
lotted to E, Kate Kelly in the consent
division of the lands of Evander Kel
ly, tlec'd., amongst his heirs at law in
1890 and referred to in the said di
vision as the Home Place of Evander
Kelly, Being the same land conveyed
to J, Clyde Kelly, by E, Kate Kelly
(single) by deed dated September 3rd,
1921, and recorded in Book of Deeds
page 293, public registry of Moore
County,
This land is sold subject to all un
paid taxes.
This sale is made by reason of the
failure of J, Clyde Kelly and wife,
Louise Kelly, to pay off and discharge
the indebtedness secured by said
Deed of Trust,
A deposit of 10 percent will be re
quired from the purchaser at the sale.
This the 4th day of February, 1935,
INTERSTATE TRUSTEE CORPOR
ATION, Substituted Trustee, Dur
ham, N, C, F15-M8,
EXECUTKICES’ NOTICE
Having qualified as exxecutrices of
the estate of Anna D, Riggan, deceas
ed, late of Moore County, North Car
olina, this is to notify all persons hav
ing claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the un
dersigned on or before January 18,
1936, or notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons indebt
ed to said estate will please make
immediate payment.
This 18th dav of January, 1935,
KATHERINE J, RIGGAN and
LENORA O, RIGGAN,
J18,F22 Exxecutrices,
ADMINISTRATRIX’S NOTICE
Having qualified as administratrix
of the estate of J, A, Thomas deceas
ed, late of Moore County, North Car
olina, this is to notify all persons hav.
ing claims against the estate of the
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned on or before the 12th day
of January, 1936, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to the said es
tate will please make immediate paj'-
ment.
This 12th dav of January, 1935.
EVT^LYN THOMAS,
Administratrix of the estate of J, A.
Thomas, deceased, F22
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the \m-
dersigned, J, W, Cameron, Surviving
Paitner of J, A, Thoma.?, deceased,
operating under the trade name of
Cameron Hardware Company is now
closing up the business of the part-
nership, and all persons having claims
against the said partnership shall ex
hibit ame to the undersigned on or
before the 15th day of February, 1936.
or this notice will be pleaded as a
bar to a recovery. Ail persons owing
the partnership will please make im
mediate payment,
J. W, CAMERON,
Surviving Paitner of J, A. Thomas,
deceased.
This 12th day of February, 1935. MS
SALE OF VALUABIJ-; FARM
PROPERTY
Under and by virtue of the author
ity conferred upon us in a Deed ot
Trust executed by June Sullivan and
wife, Rozelle Sullivan, on the 26th
day of October, 1932, and recorded in
Book 57, Page 216, we will on Sat
urday, the
9th Day of March, 1935,
12 o'clock Noon
at the courthouse door in Moore
County. Carthage, N, C,, sell at pub
lic auction for cash to the highest
bidder the following land, to-wit;
Lot 15 containing 2,10 acres, more
or less, of the N, C. Joint Stock Land
Bank land, known as the Benner
farm, made by H. H. Fry, C. E., Oc
tober, 1932, and recorded in Deed
Book 115, Page 598, Register of Deeds
Office, Moore County,
This land is sold subject to all un
paid taxes.
This sale is made by reason of the
failure of June Sullivan and wife, Ro
zelle Sullivan, to pay off and dis
charge the indebtedness secured by
.<?aid Deed of Trust.
A deposit of 10 percent will bt re
quired from the purchaser at the sale.
This the 30th dav of January, 1935.
INTERSTATE TRUSTEE CORPOR
ATION, Substituted Trustee, Dur
ham, N, C. F15-M8.
SALE OF VALU.XBLE FARM
PROPERTY
Under and by virtue of the au
thority conferred upon us in a Deed
of Trust executed by Walter E. Por
ter and wife, Mollie W. Porter, on the
26th day of October, 1932, and re
corded in Book 57, Page 225, we will
on Saturday, the
9th Day of March, 1935,
12 o’clock Noon
at the Courthouse door in Moore
County, Carthage, N. C., sell at pub
lic auction for cash to the highest
bidder the following land, to-wit:
Lot No. 27 containing 1 acre. Lot
No. 28 containing one acre, and Lot
No. 29 containing one and five-tenths
as shown on the map ^-f the North
Carolina Joint Stock Land Bank
land, known as the Benner farm,
made by H. H. Fry, C. E., October,
1932, and recorded in Plat Book 45,
Page 598, in the Register of Deeds
Office, Moore County.
This land is sold subject to all un
paid taxes.
THE Pn/yr, SoaUwrn Pines
LEGAL NOTICES
This sale is made by reason of the
failure of Walter E. Porter and wife,
Mollie W. Porter, to off and discharge
tho indebtedness secured by said Deed
of Trust,
A deposit of 10 percent will be re
quired from the purchaser at the sale.
This the 29th day of January, 1935.
INTERSTATE TRUSTEE CORPOR
ATION, Substituted Tnistee, Dur
ham, N. C. F15-M8.
SALE OF VALUABLE F.VRM
I'UOPKRTV
Under and by virtue of the author
ity conferred upon us in a Deed of
Trust executed by D. W. McNeill
and wife, Cornie McNeill, and H. J.
McNeill and wife, Minnie McNeill, on
the 22nd day of June, 1926, and re
corded in Book 45, Page 250, we will
on Saturday, the
9th bay of March, 1935,
12 o'clock Noon
at the Courthouse door in Moore
County, Carthage, N, C„ sell at pub
lic auction for cash to the highest
bidder the following land, to-wit;
1st Tract; Lying on the W, side ot
Hurd's Creek, and on the N, side of
the Old Camvjron-Carthage Stage
Rd„ beginning at a stake in said Old
Cameron-Carthage Rd,, at W, C,
White's corner; runs thence with his
line N, 4 E. 28 chs, to the last cor
ner of Tract No. 2 herein; thence N
68 E. 16.80 chs. to a stake corner
of the Henry McNeill Estate; thence
as his line S. 62 E. 1.90 chs. to his
corner; thence as his other line S. 70
E. 9 chs. to his other corner; thence
as Thomas McDonald's line S. 18 E.
22 chs. to his corner; thence as his
other line S. 44 W. 15 chs. to a rock;
thence S. 60 E. 3.55 chs. to a stake
near the church; thence as the
church lot line S. 48 W. 2.40 chs. to
the Old Cameron-Carthage Rd.;
thence as it N. 58 W. 14.05 chs. to a
point in said road; thence continu
ing with said road 14 chs. to the be
ginning, containing 100 acres, more or
less.
2nd Tract: Beginning at a stake,
corner of the John McNeill Land 12
chs. S. 85 W. from the second corner
of the above tract; thence with the
Monroe Line N. 1 1-2 E. 17 chs. to
a stake, Monroe’s corner; thence as
his line N. 28 E. 16.25 chs. to a
stake. Miller McDonald’s corner;
thence as his line S. 66 E. 7.20 chs.
to McDonald’s other corner; thence S.
4 W. 27 chs. to the second corner of
Tract No. 1 above described; thence
as the McNeill Line S. 85 W. 12 chs.
to the beginning, contaming 32.85
acres, more or less,
3rd Tract; Beginning B.t a stake,
corner of McQueen Heirs land, and a
corner of the Carolina Bennett Land;
runs thence with McQueen's line N.
28 W, 17,20 chs.; thence as his other
line N. 45 E. 7.30 chs. to his first
corner; th- nce as his other line N. 42
E. 4.75 chs. to a corner of the S. T.
Johnson land; thence as that line S.
52 IC. 16.25 ch>-. to D. J. Monroe’s
corner; thence as his line S. 20 1-2 E.
1;. 90 chs. to the line of the Caroline
Bennett land; thence with her line S.
68 1-2 W. 17 chs. to the beginning,
containing 36 acres, more or less.
4th Tract: Lying on the waters of
the Cattail Branch of Crane’s Creek,
adjoining the lands of J. W. Hartsell,
J. Yow. Mrs. J. R. Loving and others:
Beginning at a stake the swamp,
N. side of the Cattail Branch. Kath
arine Hunter’s and J. R. Loving’s
corner; running thence with Loving’s
line N. 66 2-3 \V. 11 chs. to a stake
at an old Rail Bridge on the S. side
of a ditch, 2 cherry-ti-ee pointers,
thenee N. 37 W. 15 chs. to a stake,
hickory pointers, McPherson's, Yow’s
and Loving's corne»" thence S. 55 W'.
2.S chs. to a stake. Vow's '•omer;
thencc S, 4 1-2 E. 10 chs. to a stake
2 pine pointers, Yow's other comer;
thence S. 40 E. 23 chs. to a stake in
a bottom, one pine stump pointer;
thencc N. 25 E. 15 chs. to the begin
ning, containing 26 acres, more or
less-
This land is sold subject to all un
paid taxes.
Thi.s sale is made by reason of the
failure of D. W. McNeill and wife,
Cornie McNeill, and H. J. McNeill
and wife. Minnie McNeill, to pay oft
and discharge the indebtedness secur
ed by said Deed of Trust.
A deposit of 10 percent will be re
quired from the purcha-ser at tiit
sale.
This the 30th day of January, 193R
INTERSTATE TRUSTEE CORriiflK-
ATION, Substituted Trustee, Dur
ham, N. C. F15-M8.
EXECUTRIX NOTICE
Having qualified as Execuurix of
the Last Will and Testament of Dr.
Ernest M, Poate. deceased, late of
Moore County, North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons holding claims
apainst said estate to present the
sfi e duly authenticated to the under
signed on or before the 5th day of
February 1936, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of th<*ir recovery’. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This 5th day of February, 1935.
JULIA C. POATE,
Executrix of the Estate of Ernest.
M., Poate, deceased.
F8-M15.
EXECUTRIX’S NOTICE
Having qualified as Executrw. of
thei <^tate of Melvin Sanborn, deceas
ed, late of Southern Pines, Moore
County, North Carolina, thte is to
notify all persona having: claims
against the estate of the said deceas
ed to exhibit them to the undersigned
on or before the 30th day of January,
1936, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to the said estate will please
make iri^'aediate pajnnent.
This 30th day of January, 1935.
NELLIE F. SANBORN.
’^S-MIS, Executrix.
Aberrfegg, Worth Ckfofam
LEGAL NOTICES
NORTH CAROLINA,
M(H)RE COUNIT.
IN THE SUPEltlOR COURT
FRED MtfV'ER
vs.
MRTH.V S. MoIVER.
The Defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced by the
Plaintiff in the Superior Court of
Moore County, North Carolina to ob
tain an alxsolute divorce upon the
grounds of .‘reparation and the De
fendant will further take notice that
if she faii.s to answer or demur within
the time required by law to the com
plaint filed in the Office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of Moore
County, then the Plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demanded.
This the 31st day of January, 1935,
JOHN W^LLCOX,
Clerk of the Superior Court,
Robert E, Denny,
Attorney for Plaintiff. Fl-22.
NOTICE OF CX)M.MLSSIONER’S
S.ALE.
NOTICE is hereby given that un
der and by virtue of the power and
authoHty conferred upon me ih those
two certain judgments made and en
tered by the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Moore County. North Caro
lina, on Monday the 22nd day of Oc
tober, 1934 and on Monday, the 'ilst
day of January. 1935, wherein, At
lantic Joint Stock Land Bank of Ral
eigh is plaintiff vs, C. H, Baaz and
wife, Cora V. Boaz, Dorothy Boaz,
Ethel Biiaz, C, J, Denny. Trustee. Bes
sie E. Boaz Denny, and J. Albert
Shepaid. defendants, the undersign
ed commissioner will, on Monday the
25th day of February, 1935 at or
about twelve o'clock noon at the
court house door of Moore County
in the Town of Carthage, North Car
olina, offer for sale and sell to the
highest bidder for cash, the follow
ing described property:
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land situate, lying and being
in Greenwood Township, Moore
County, North Carolina, containing
161 acres, more or less, adjoining the
lands of W’, A. Muse, James Doss, A,
Z. Eason. Neill A. Mc.Neill heirs and
others, hereinafter called “First
Tract;" and al.so all tract, certain
piece, parcel or tract of land situate,
lying and Being, in the aforesaid towm-
ship. County and State, containing
four acres, more or less, adjoining the
lands of W, A, Muse and others,
said 4 acres of land lying on the
Northwest bank of Dry Fork Ck. and
immediately southeast of the Mc-
Dougald 16 acre tract which .said 4
acre tract is hereinafter called "Sec
ond Tract"; both of sarid tracts more
particularly described as follows:
1st Tract: Beginning In the upper
edge of Mill Pond on the Armstrong
line, white oak and gum pointers;
thence S. 10 E 52.6 chs. to the 3rd
corner of the widow McDougals 16
acre tract; thence S'. 4i6 W. T9-10 chs.
to the second corner of said tract, a
state in the center of tiic old Fay
etteville Road at a point where the
old Cameron and Sanford Rj)ad
crosses said Fayetteville Road, thence
as said old Fayett<rv’ille Road N. 40
W. 13 chs. to a point in said old road
20 ft. Northwest of the new highw’ay;
thence as said old road again N 62
\\ . 3 chs. to a point East of the Ford
cn Little Cranes Creek,- therce as
said road again N*. 33 3 -2 W. 6 1-2
cl’K. to McNeill'fe- fourtft corirer ot
n 1-2 acre tract; thence N. 8 E. 8.50
chs. to McNeill’s third corner; thence
N. 80' W. 3.66 chs. to a stake; thence
N. 89 W. 3.25 chs. to a siake in
aforesaid Fayetteville Road, said
McNeill's begihning corner; thence
v/ith said road again N. 33 1-2 W. 20
chs. to Eason's corner of las 3 1-2
acre tract; thence N. 75 1-2 E. 10f.l2
chs. to another staktr; thence S. T7
E 4.45 chs. to a stakf. corner of 3 1-2
acre tract; Utence N. 12 3r-4' E. f.eo
cits, to a stafte, another C(*rner ot 3
1-2 acre tract; thence S. 87 E. 6
efts, to a stake in corner of 3’ 1-2
itcre tract; thence N. 7 W. 2 chs. to
the Armstivng line; thence with the
Armstrong' line 21 chs. Northeaster
ly to the beginning, containing 161
acres, mone or Itas.
2nd Tract. Beginning en the Nortii>-
'vest bank of Dry Foi-k Cre*k run.^-
r’ing S. as W. 12.75 efts, to a stekke
in the wteaterly edge ot the Seaboard
Air Line Railway right of vray,^
thence S; 39 E. 4.50 chs. to a white
oak on the Northwest Bank of afore
said Dry Fork Creek,* thence '.vith the
1 varioua courses of said creek about
15 chjj. to thie first station, ceastain-
ing 3‘.9tJ acrus, more or l«ss.
Excepting; however, from the fore
going description of the first tract
abore described, on which the said
forgoing judgment and recovery is
not a lien, for the reason that the
licai thereon has heretofore been re
leased by the pla'utiff, the following
tract or parcel of land included in
the t)oundaiies of the foregoing tract
of land, to wit;
All that certain piece, parcel ojr
tract of land, situate, lying and be
ing In Greenwodd Township, Moore
County, State of North Caroljoa. and
having such shapes, metes, courses
and distances as will more. CUUy ap
pear by reference to a plat thereof
prepar^ by M. McQ. Baiiey, Sur
veyor, Sept. 22, 1933, which is on file
with the Atlfintic Joint Stock Land
Bank of Raleigh, and being more par
ticularly described by metes and
bounded as follows:
Begirming at a stake in East edge
of North Carolina Highway No. 50 in
McNeill’s line, thence S. 6 1-2 E., 7
chains to a marked gum with Cher
ry tree pointers, McDougald or
Thomas comer; thence S. 46 W. 19.10
chains to a stake in the old road
Thomas comer; thence with an old
road N. 40 W. 10.75 chains to a
stake in South East edge of the first
bove mentioned State Highway No.
'0; theace along the eastern edge of
LEGAL NOTICES
said State Highway No. 50 U»e fol
lowing courses and distances; North
74 degrews 10 minutes East 7.45
chains; theace N. 68 1-2 degrees IJ'Ast
3.50 chains; thence North 62 degr»ies
East 3 chains; thence North 58 1-2
degrees East 3 chains; thence North
49 1-2 degrees East 6„50 chains to the
point of beginning, containing 16.50
acre.s, to be the same, more or less.
The above sale will be made sub
ject to the confirmation or rejection
of the Clerk of the Sciperior Court ot
Moore County, North Carolina.
This the 25th day of January, 1935.
U. L. SPENCE,
Fl-22 Commissioner.
SALE OF A’ALUABLE FAR.M
PR(»1*ERTV
Under and by virtue of the author
ity conferred upon us in a deed of
trust executed by H. K. Barry and
wife, Grace M. Barry on the 1st day
of April 1933, and recorded in Book
57, Page 463, we will on Saturday the
23rd day of February, 1935,
12 o'clock noon,
at the Courthouse door in Moore
County, Carthage, N. C., sell at pub
lic auction for cash to the highest
bidder the following land, to-w'it.
Two certain tracts or parcels of
land in Sandhills Township, Moore
County, State ■ f N. C., bounded as
follows, viz: Those certain farm
plats known as Lots Nos. 29 & 23 as
shown on a plan of the holdings of
the New England Manufactmlhg
Mining & Estate Co. of N. C., said
land is located in what is known’ atr
Silver Springs, adjacent to the towa
of Pinebluff, N. C. and is bounded ss
follows: Lot No. 29: Beginning at a-
state, a corner in Raleigh Ave. &
Cherry Street, on the Southern edge
of -said Raleigh Ave. running thence’
with Cherry Street, in a Southerly
direction 1100 ft. to a corner of
C’lerry Street and Park Aventie;
thence with the Northern line of
Park Avenue in a Westerly direc
tion 550 ft. to a corner of Walnut
St. & Park Avenue; thence wtih the
Eastern line of Walnut Street in a
Northerly direction 1100 ft. to Ral
eigh Avenue; thence in an Easterly
direction with Raleigh Avenue to the
place of Beginning, this being all that
tract of land conveyed by the New
England Mfg. Mining & Estate Co.
to Mrs. Sadie Morgan, by deed dat
ed. April 28. 1905, containing 14
acres, more or less. Lot No, 23, Com
mencing at a stake 650 ft, from the
Northwest corner of Lot No, 29, run
ning thence N, 70* 34' W. 550 ft.
to a stake on edge of Pine St. thence
S. 19* 26' W. 1100 ft. to a stake on
the edge of Park Ave. thence S.
70* 34' E. 295 ft. another on the
edge of Park Ave. in the S. line of
said farm plat 23; thence N.* 19*
26’ E. 256 ft. to a .stake, a corner of
a 1 1-2 acre lot deed by George R.
Morgan and wife to Albert B. Adams;
thence S. 70* 34’ E. 255 ft. to a
stake in the E. line of farm plat 23,
or Pecan Street; thence N. 19* 26’ E.
844 ft. to the beginning, containing
12 1-2 acres, more or less.
Excepting from this iot No. 23, 6
acres sold by Willie McPherson and
wife, Venofia McPherson, to Fannie
Cummings, and cut off across the
Northeast end of said Fannie Cum
mings by a line drawn ptarallel to the
fine of RaJeigh Ave.
This land is «oId subject to all vm-
paid taxes.
This sale is made by rea-son of the
failure of H. El. Bariy & wife, Grace
M. BUrry to pay off and discharge
the indebtedness secured by said deed
of trust.
A deposit of 10' ,. w’ill be required
from the purchaser at the sale.
'Fhis the 19th day of Januaiy, 1935. ]
INTERSTATE TRfJSTEE CORPOR
ATION, Substituted Trustee.
Durham. N". C. Fl-22.
S.\LB OF V.VLUABLE FARM
PROPEKTV
Under and by virtue of the author
ity conferred upon us in a Deed of-
Trust executed by Colin G. Spencer,
imi wife, L<ena F, Spencer, on the 13th
day of July, 1925, and recorded in
Book 39, Page 242, we will on Sat-^
iixday, the
23d day cxf February, 1935
12 o’clock noon
at the courthouse dloor in Moorw
Ccitmty, Carthage, N. C.., sell at pub
lic auction for cash to the highest
btdder the fallowing land, to-wit:
In Moore County, N. C., Ritters
Township, and bounded as follo(ws,
Tiz: Beginning oa the south sid« of
Deep Piver. at the mouth of Watery
Branch, a drain of said river« and
running thence up said branch its
various Courses (S. 49 W. 4.8W chs.;
W. 2 chs^ N. 69 W. 3.20 chs.; N. 29
W. 3 chs. N. 65 W. 3.10 chs.; S.
78 1-2 W. 4.33 chs.; S. 57 W. 3.75 chs;
S. 15 EL 5 chs.; S. 25 W. 2 chs.; S.
48 W. 5 chs.; S. 78 W. 4 chs.; S.
58 W. 5 chs.) to what was former
ly Robert Cheek’s 150 acres survey;
thence S. 86 1-2' E. 14>25 chs. to a
stake: thence S. 3 1-2 W. 2 chs. to
a stake in a field, a corner of lot
No. 7; thence S. 86 1-2 E. 19.75
chs to a stake, pine pointers, on a
line of lot No. 1; thence S. 6 chs. to
a stake, pine pointers, a corner of
Lot No. 2; thence S. 3 1-2 W. 15.80
chs. to a stake, pine pointers, on a
line of Lot No. 3; thence N. 86 1-2
W. 4 chs. to a white oak, 2 White oak
and dogwood pointers, a comer of
lot No. 3 and 5; thence N. 80 W. 16.15
chs. to a stake, pine and hickory
pointers; a comer of lot No. 5; thence
S. 3 1-2 W. 17.90 chs. to a stake;
thence N. 86 1-2 W. 40 chs. to a post
oak. Shearer’s comer; thence S. 3 1-2
W. 42.40 chs. to a stake, among post
oak and pine pointers; thence N. 86
1-2 W. 15 chs.; thence N. 23 1-2 E.
19 chs. to a post oak; thence N. 19
7 chs.; thence N. 8 1-2 E. 44.80
-h.s.; thence N. 70 1-2 W. 27.70 chs.
T a hickory on the bank of Deep
■‘ivpr; thence with .the river N. 12 W
19.25 chs. to a white oak on the
banks of s»ld river | thence across said
ver about 2 chs.; thence down the
fYidiy, FW»ruary 22,
LEGAL NOTICES
North bank of Deep River, th« var
ious courses of its water littis to a
box elder near a drain or gut that
empties in the river, 3 ash poirfters,
on the bank of said river; thence
W. 5 chs. to a pile of rocks, 3 pines
and a small red oak pointers; thence
N. 10 W. 13 chs. to the center of
Pates Creek, ironwood pointers on
the bank of !9aid Creek; thence down
the-various courses of said Creek to
Deep River stopping at the first bank
thereof; thence down the various
courses of the water line on the
North bank of said Deop River to the
point opposite to the mouth of Wa
tery Branch; thence across said riv
er to the beginning, containing 706
acres, more or less.
This is the same tract of land here
tofore conveyed to C, G, Spencer by
A, J, Jones, by deed dated March 6th,
1923, and recorded in Bo#k 87, Page
167, office of the register of deeds
for Moore County,
This land is sold subject to all un
paid taxes.
This sale is made by reason of the
failure of Colin G, Spencer and wife,
Lena F, Spencer, to pay off and dis
charge the indebtedness secured by
said Deed of Trust,
A deposit of lO^J, will be reqnirccl
from the purchaser at the sale.
This the 18th day of January, 1935.
INTERSTATE TRUSTEE CORPOR
ATION, Substituted Trustee,
Durham, N. C. Fl-22.
SALE OF V.ALU.4BLE FARM
PROPERTY
UnUder and by virtue of the au
thority conferred upon us in a Deed
of Trust executed by H. T, Dana and
wife, Margaret B. Dana, on the 28th
day of February, 1923, and recorded
in Book 39, Page *188, we will ort
Saturday, the
reth day of March. 19.S5,
f2 o’clock noon
at the Courthouse door in Moore
County. Carthage, N. C., sell at pub
lic auction for cash to the highest
bidder the following land, to-wit;
That certain tract of land begin
ning at a bbrowri stone near the E.
bank of Horse’s Creek, Leonard
Tufts SW corner and running thence
across Horse's Creek W. 2603 ft. to
a stake; thence N. 20 1-2 W. 1388 ft.
to a stake; thence W. 710 ft. to a
stake; thence N. 29 W. 689 ft.; thence
S. 20 W. 599 ft. to a stake: thence
S. 5 W. 1465 ft. to a stake in the
line of the Belle Orchards (Inc.);
thence W. 542 ft. to a lightwood
stake beside a Road; thence along
said Road N. 4. E. 2175 ft., N, 3 E.
445 ft. to a stake beside the RoRad;
thence E, crossing Horse’s Creek
5433 ft, to a stake in Tufts line be
side a cultivated field; thence as
Tufts line S, 6 1-2 W. 2640 ft, to the
beginning, containing 260 acres, more
or less.
This land’ is sold subject to all un-
paiil taxes..
This .sale is made by reason of the
failure of H. T. Dana and wife, Mar
garet B: Dana, to pay off and dis
charge the ijidebtcdness secured by
said Deed of Trust.
A deposit of 10 percent will be re
quired from the purchaser at the
sale.
This the 6lh day of February, 1935.
INTERSTATE TRUSTEE CORPOR
ATION, Substituted Trustee. Dur*-
ham, N. C. F22-M15.
SALE OF \ ALUABLK FAR.M
PROPERTV
Unu>r and by virtue of the author
ity c(»nferred upon us in a Deed of
Trust tfxecuted by Jennie Belle Cam
eron, (unmarried), on the 29th day
of May. 1923, and recorded in Book
28, Page 30, we will on Saturday, the
l«th day of >Iarfh. 1985,
12 o’clock noon
at taie Courthou.'fe door in Moore
County, Carthage, N. C., sell at pub
lic auction for cash to the highest
biilder the following land, to-wit:
A certain tract or parcel of land
in Gieenwood Town.ship, M^ore
County, N, C„ adjoining the lands ol
N. A. Camwon, W. J. Cameron, and
•thenr, bounded as follows: Beginning
at a stake in the middle of the Wa
gon Ruad, one pine and two black
jack pointers; running S, 24 chs, to
the centea" of Stoney Branch, pine
and goim pointers; thence as the chan
nel of said branch about N.. 45 W.
9 chs. to a turn; thence as the branch
about N. 85 W. 32 chs. and 30 links
to comer; stake and pointers; thence
N. 3 E. 25 chs. and 50 links to a stake
and pointers: thence S. 87 E. 21 chs.
to a stake and pointers; thence N. 62
E. 11 chs. and 25 links to the middle
of the above named wa^n road;
thence as the road to the beginning,
containing 135 acres, more or less.
This land if sold subject to all un
paid taxes.
This sale is made by reason of the
failure of Jennie Belle Cameron, (un
married) to pay off and discharge the
indebtedness secured by said Deed of
Tmst.
A deposit of 10 percent will be re
quired from the pjurchaser at the
sale.
This the 5th day of February, 1935.
INTERSTATE TRUSTEE CORPOR
ATION, Substituted Trustee, Dur
ham, N. C. F22-M13.
ADMINISTRATORS’ NOTICE
Having qualified this day as Ad
ministrators of the estate of J. F.
Allred, deceased, late of Moore
County, North Carolina, this is to not
ify ail persons having claims against
the estate of the said deceased to
present them, duly verified, to the
undersigned on or before the 14th day
of January 1936, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to the said estate
will please make Immediate payment
to us.
Dated this 14th day of January;
1935.
D. I. ALLRED and
CHRISTINE ALLRED,
J18.F22 Administrator*,
    

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