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Good Farm Seeds Are Essential To Success .
Heavy Loss
From Poor
Seed Felt
Plant And Animal Breeder Utilize
The Same Natural Laws.
Farmers Constantly Victimized By
Some Seed Sellers
If we are ever to secure maximum
results in the production of quantity,
quality and money value for all of
our agricultural crops, we must de
vise ways and means of continuously
making available to all crop produc
ers the best and' latest scientific re
sults of that small body of trained
men who are constantly working to
discover and propagate more useful
and profitable strains of commercial
plants.
Valuable new varieties or strains
cannot be effectively and quickly dis
tributed throughout the agricultural
field by the plant breeders themsel
ves. In the first place, the supply of
the newest and best strains is usually
too small and the advertising cost too
great to reach more than a few thou
sand growers. Then, the breeder
must do scientific work on a large
scale and grow the seed of thousands
of individual plants in separate plant
to-rows if their work is to have con
stant and increasing value, and the
great expense of this requires them
to price their new strains of seed at
several times the cost of normally
good planting seed.
The plant breeder and the animal
breeder both utilize the same natural
laws and it has always seemed strange
to me that the work of the animal
breeder is so much more generally
appreciated than that of the plant
breeder, whereas in our section plant
breeding is far more important than
animal breeding. Outstanding ani
mals, which have demonstrated their
ability to produce the highest quali
ties of the breed, haVe sometimes
sold at one hundred times the price
that ordinary individuals of the same
breed would bring. But it has al
ways been difficult for plant breeders
to get three or four times the price
of ordinary seed for their new pedi
greed strains, which have cost years
of effort and thousands of dollars to
produce and will in some instances
more than double the profits of the
farmers.
Loss From Poor Seed
The farmers are constantly being
victimized by some seedsmen. Not
a year passes that we do not hear of
losses of many thousands of dollars
by farmers who buy from seed cat
alogs without adequate knowledge of
the characters of the seed they pur
chase. Take wheat, for instance; a
large proportion of the varieties ad
vertised by seedsmen are ndt adapted
to North and South Carolina. A few
years ago a wheat called Kan-Red
was introduced quite extensively in
North Carolina and proved to be a
total failure although it had done
excellently in Kansas. I know a far
mer who planted 50 acres of wheat
last fall from seed bought from a
general seedsman. He wrote me that
it was almost a total failure. His loss
on the crop must have approximated
$1,000.
ELABORATE FABRICS
MAKE EVENING GOWNS
Paris.—Broche (worked) fabrics
are novelties in this year’s winter
evening mode. Black failes embroid
ered in silver triangles or quarter
sized dots and white mousselines
stripped with silver are used for
many smart dance frocks.
Most of the gowns fashioned from
these elaboart fabrics are simple in
design with close fitting bodies and
full skirt.
MORTGAGE SALE OF REAL
ESTATE
Pursuant to authority given in
a certain1 mortgage deed of trust
executed by Harvey Davis and
wife, Odessa Davis, to T. G. Furr,
dated January 16, 1924, and re
gistered in the Register’s office of
Rowan county, in book of mort
gages No. 89, page 26, default
having been made in the payment
of the note secured thereby, and
request 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 courthouse
door in Salisbury, N. C., on Mon
day, October 31, 1932, at 12
o’clock, noon, the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit:
BEGINNING at a stake on the
S. side of Link Ave., corner to lot
No. 67, 250 ft. from the West
corner of the intersection of Link
Ave. and Torrence Street, and
runs thence with Link Ave. S.
84 3-4 degs. W. 50 ft. to a stake,
corner to lot No. 65; thence with
the lirie of lot No. 65 S. 4 degs.
W. 200 ft. to a stake; thence N.
87 3-4 degs. E. 50 ft. to a stake,
corner to lof No. 67; thence with
line of lot No. 67 N. 4 degs. E.
200 ft. to the beginning, being lot
No. 66, Lord’s Plot of the Meron
ey land, suburbs of West Salis
bury, N. C.; for back title see
deed recorded in book No. 133,
page 396, Register’s Office of
Rowan County.
This Sept. 29, 1932.
T. G. FURR, Trustee
P.'S. Carlton, Attorney.
Sept. 30—Oct. 28. _v
NOTICE OF RESALE OF THE
L. R. PUTMAN PROPERTY ON
"CONFEDERATE PARK”
Under and by virtue of an or
der of the Superior Court of
Rowan County, N. C., made in
the special prooceeding entitled
"J. F. Miller, Admr. C. T. A. of
Mrs. L. R. (Cora B.) Putman vs.
William Junkin and wife Margar
et Junkin, Mildred Putman, Earle
B. Putman an|l Billie Jutman;”
the same being No. 855 upon the
Special Proceeding • Doeket of said
court, the undersigned commis
sioner will, on the 15 th day pf
October, 1932, at 12:00 o’clock
M. at the courthouse door in Sal
isbury, N. C., offer for sale to the
highest bidder, for cash, that cer
tain tract of land or house and lot,
lying and being in the North
Ward of the City of Salisbury, on
West Henderson Street and more
particularly described as follows,
to-wit:
One house and lot in the North
Ward of Salisbury, N. C., situated
on the southwest side of West
Henderson Street; beginning at a
in .t-Vip cnnflvw#»«f martnn nf
Henderson Street, corner of lot
No. 17 and runs thence with line
of lot No. 17 in a southerly direc
tion 153 feet to a stake; thence in
a westerly direction 28 feet to the
rear cornier of lot No. 19, 159
feet to Henderson Street; thence
in a southerly1 direction 75 feet to
the beginning corner, comprising
lot No. 18 on map No. 1 of the
property of the Henderson heirs,
called "Confederate Park.” Said
map duly recorded' in office of the
Register of Deeds in Book of maps
page 20.
For back title see deed book No.
178 page 334 in the office of the
Register of Deeds for Rowan
county.
Bidding will commence at $3,
150.00.
This September 26th, 1932.
J. F. MILLER, Commissioner.
Sept. 30—Oct. 14.
BANKRUPT’S PETITION FOR
DISCHARGE
Marion Y. McCanless, Bankrupt.
IN BANKRUPTCY
To the Honorable JOHNSON J.
HAYES, Judge of the District Court
of the United States, for the Middle
District of North Carolina:
Marion Y. McCanless, of Salisbury,
in the county of Rowan, and State
of North Carolina, in said district,
respectfully represents (that on the
27th day of June last past, she was
duly adjudged bankrupt under the
acts of Congress relating to bank
ruptcy; that she has duly surrender
ed all of her property and rights of
property, and she has fully complied
with all the requirements of said acts
and of the orders of the court touch
ing her bankruptcy.
Wherefore she prays that she may
be decreed by the court to have a
full discharge from all debts provable
against her estate under said bank
ruptcy acts, except such dpbts as
are excepted by law from such dis
charge.
Dated this 20th day of September
1932.
Signed MARION Y. McCANLESJ,
Bankrupt.
Order Of Notice Thereon
Middle District of North Carolina, ss
On the 23 rd day of September,
1932, on reading the foregoing peti
tion, it is ordered by the court, that
a hearing be had upon -the same on
the 25th day of October, 1932, be
fore John C. Busy, Referee in Bank
ruptcy, at Salisbury, N. C., in said
district, at 2:30 o’clock in the after
noon; and that notice thereof be
published in The Carolina Watch
man, a newspaper printed in said dis
trict, and that all known creditors
and other persons in interest may ap
pear at the said time and place and
snow cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of said petitioner should
not be granted.
And it is further ordered by the
court, that the Referee in Bankrupt
cy shall send by mail to all known
creditors, copies of said petition and
this order, addressed to them at their
places of residence, as stated.
Witness the Honorable Johnson J.
Hayes, judge of the said court, and
the seal thereof, at Greensboro, N.
C., in said district, on the 26th day
of September, 1932.
Signed: JOHNSON J. HAYES,
United States Judge.
BANKRUPT’S PETITION FOR
DISCHARGE
Patrick Davidson Finch, Bankrupt.
IN BANKRUPTCY
To the Honorable JOHNSON J.
HAYES, Judge of the District Court
of the United States, For the Middle
District of North Carolina:
Patrick Davidson Finch, of Lex
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jugkUU) m uiv v/i JL/a v iujwii,
and State of North Carolina, in said
district, respectfully represents that
on the 27th day of July, last past,
he was duly adjudged bankrupt un
der the acts of Congress relating to
bankruptcy; that he has duly sur
rendered all of his property and rights
of property, and he has fully com
plied with all the requirements of
said acts and of the orders of the
court touching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore he prays that he may be
decreed by the courf to have a full
discharge from all debts provable a
gainst his estate urider said bankrupt
cy acts, except such debts as are ex
cepted by law from such discharge.
Dated this 24th day of September,
1*32.
Signed: PATRICK DAVIDSON
FINCH, bankrupt.
Order Of Notice Thereon
Middle District of North Carolina, ss
On the 26th day of September,
1932, on reading the foregoing peti
tion, it is ordered by the court, that
a hearing be had upon the same on
the 28th day of October, 1932, be
fore John C. Busby, Referee in Bank
ruptcy, at Salisbury, N. C., in said
district, at 2:30 o’clock in the after
noon; and t*hat notice tHereof be
published in The Carolina Watchman
a newspaper printed in said district,
and that all known creditors and
other persons in interest may appear
at the said time and place and show
cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of said petitioner should not
be granted.
And it is further ordered by the
cc urt, that the Referee in Bankrupt
cy shall send by maail to all known
creditors, copies of said petition and
this order, addressed to them at their
places of residence, as stated.
Witness the Honorable Johnson J.
Hayes, judge of the said court, and
the seal thereof, at Greensboro, N.
C., in said district, on the 27th day
of September, 1932.
Signed: JOHNSON J. HAYES,
■Jjnited States Judge.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that a peti
tion has been filed with the Governor
pf North Carolina requesting the
parole or pardon of Will Taylor who
was convicted of forcible trespass in
jhe Rowan County Court on May. 27,
1932.
A. M. STIREWALT
Sept. 30—Oct. 7. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as Administrator
of the estate of James M. Earnhardt,
this is to notify all persons having
claims against the said decedent to
file an itemized, verified statement of
same with the undersigned on or be
fore the 15th day of September, 1933
or this notice will be pieaded in bar
<jf their recovery. Persons indebted
to said estate are notified to make
prompt settlement. v
This September 12th, 1932.
J. E. CORRELL, Admr. estate of
James M. Earnhardt.
Rendleman & Rendlesman, Attys.
Sept. 16—Oct 21.
SALE OF VALUABLE FARM
LANDS
Under and by virtue ofi an order
of the'~Superior Court of Rowan
County made in the special proceed
ing entitled "Julius V. Fesperman,
Admtf. of W. L. Fesperman, vs. Jul
ius V. Fesperman,” dated September
19, 1932, the undersigned Commis
sioner will, on Saturday, October 8,
1932, at 12M, at the courthouse door
in Salisbury, N. C., offer for sale to
the highest bidder for cash, that cer
tain tract of land situated about four
miles from Salisbury, N. C., on the
new Concord road, and described as
follows:
Beginning at a stake on the W.
side of the Concord road, Glover’s
corner and runs thence N. -34 deg.
W. 3.16 chains to a stone; thence S.
30 deg. E. 4 chains to a stone; thence
S. 54 deg. E. 3.16 chains to a stake;
Glover’s corner; thence with road N.
30 deg. East 50 links to a stake, Jul
ian’s comer; thence S. 54 deg. E. 1.82
chains to a stake; thence N. 30 deg.
E. 1 chain to a stake; thence N. 54
deg. W. 1.82 chains to a stake in
road; thence N. 30 deg. E. 2.50
chains to the beginning, containing
1 and 1-2 acres, be the same more or
less and known as the Fesperman lot.
upon the lot is located a small dwell
ing house.
Bidding will begin at $198.00.
This September 19, 1932.
JOHN L. RENDLEMAN, SR. Com
missioner.
Rendleman & Rendleman, Attorneys.
Sept. 30—Oct. 7.
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE
Pursuant to the provisions of a
certain Deed in Trust, executed by
J. M. Waggoner and wife, Julia May
Waggoner, to the undersigned Trus
tee, on Nov. 1, 1928, and recorded in
the office of the Register of Deeds
for Rowan County in book of mort
gages 109, page 357, default having
been made in the payment of the in
debtedness therein secured, and at the
request of' .the holder of the notes
therein secured, and by virtue of an
order of resale made by B., D. Mc
Cubbins, Clerk, on September 21,
1932, the undersigned David B. Har
ris, Trustee, will expose for resale at
public auction, for cash, at the court
house door in Salisbury, N. C., on
Saturday, October, 8, 1932, at the
hour of 12M. the following described
valuable city real estate:
All that certain lot or parcel of
real estate, with the improvements
thereon, situate, lying and being in
Salisbury Township, City of Salis
bury, Rowan County, North Caro
lina, described as follows:
Beginning at a stake on the North
western side of South Jackson Street
at a point 50 feet North 47 deg. 30
min. East from the Northeast inter
section of McCubbins and Jackson
streets, J. B. Griffin’s corner, and.j-uns
thence with Griffin’s line North 38
deg. West 185 feet to a stake; thence
North 47 deg. 30 min. East 50 feet
to a stake, Brown Insurance & Realty
Company’s line; thence with said line
South 38 deg. East 185 feet to a
stake in the Northwestern edge of
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BLACK-DRAUGHT
For Distress After Meals
He had suffered distress after
meals, but by taking Thedford’s
Black-Draught he was relieved of
this trouble, writes Mr. Jess Hig
gins, of Dawsonvllle, Ga.
“I had sour stomach and gas,”
Mr. Higgins explains, “and often
I would have biliouB spells. I read
about Thedford’s Black^Draught
and began to take it. It relieved
me of this trouble. I keep it all
the time now. I consider it a fine
medicine. I take a pinch of Black
Draught after meals when I need
it It helps to prevent sick head
ache and to keep the system in
good order.”
Now you can get Black-Draught In
the form of a BTBVP, for Child***,
Jackson Street; thence with edge of
Jackson Street South 47—deg. 30
min. West 50 feet to the beginning,
being the same real estate conveyed
by Maggie Ritchie, widow, and oth
ers, to J. M. Waggoner and wife,
Julia May Waggoner.
Bidding will begin at $1155.00.
DAVID B. HARRIS, Trustee.
Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys.
Sept. 30—Oct. 7.
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
PROPERTY
PURSUANT to the provisions
contained ini a certain deed of trust,
dated May 1st, 1928, executed by C.
O. Floyd and wife Pearle R Floyd,
to John D. Brown, of the city of
Richmond, State of Virginia, and E. _
W. G. Huffman, county of Rowan,
State of North Carolina, trustees,
which deed of trust is duly recorded
in the office of the register of deeds
for Rowan county, in book of mort
gages Nos 106, page 486, default
having been made in the payment of
the amount stcured thereby and as
therein provided, and under and by
virtue of the authority and power
of sale conferred by said deed of trust
and by law provided, and the said
John D. Brown, co-trustee, having
declined and failed to execute said
trust, the undersigned, E. W. G.
Huffman, acting trustee, at the re
quest of the holder of the note or
notes secured by the said deed of
trust, will offer for sale at the court
house door in Salisbury. !N. C.. at
public .auction to the highest bidder
or bidders, for cash, on Saturday,
October 13, 1932, at 12 o’clock,
noon, the following described real
estate, to-wit:
BEGINNING at a stake on the
south east side of North Main Street
160 feet North 47 deg. 30 min. East
of the east intersection of North
Main and East Steele Streets, L. Hol
shouser’s corner in the center of a
concrete driveway; thence with L.
Holshouser’s line South 42 deg. 30
min. East 173 feet to a stake L. Hol
shouser’s corner in the White-McCub
bins Company’s line; thence with its
line North 47 deg. 30 min. East 30
feet tcf a stake in said line; thence
North 42 deg. 30 min, ’West 173
feet to a stake on the edge of North
Main Street; thence with the edge of
North Main Street, South 47 deg. 30
min. West JO feet to the beginning,
and being further known as 907
Nortn Main Street, Salisbury, N. C.
FOR BACK TITLE SEE DEEDS:
148-317; 182-297.
Dated this the 9 th day of Septem
ber, 1932.
E. W. G. HUFFMAN, Acting Trus
tee. Sept. 16—Oct 7
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, heretofore doing busi
ness in Salisbury, North Carolina, as
"Kenerly-Parker Company,” have
this day dissolved said partnership and
Mr. Charles Parker has become the
owner of all the assets of the partner
ship and is entitled to the payment to
him of all monies due said firm. Pay
ment of the obligations of the firm
has been assumed by Mr. Parker, to _
whom such accounts should be pre
sented for payment
This September 17th, 1932.
CHARLES PARKER
T. HERMAN KENERLY.
Sept. 23—Oct. 14.
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TRAIN TRAVEL BARGAIN
FARES •
Via
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYS
TEM
September 30th—October 1st.
Round trip fares from Salisbury,
N. C., T<v
New York, N. Y. _ $9.50
Philadelphia, Pa. _», 8.50 —
Atlantic City, N. J. 8.50
Pittsburgh, Pa___ 10.50
Baltimore, Md. _ 6.00
Washington, D. C. _ 5.00
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Tickets on sale Sept. 3 Otthj and
Oct. 1st. Good on all regular
trains (except Crescent Limited
trains 37 and 38). Final limit
Washington and Baltimore tickets
Oct. 3rd, other destinations Oct. '
4th.
Tickets good in pullman sleeping
cars upon payment pullman char
ges. —
Reduced round trip pullman rates.
Excellent service , with through
sleeping cars. High-class day
coach service.
For information and pullman re
servations call on ticket agents or
address:
R. H. GRAHAM,
Division Passenger Agent, Char
lotte, N. C.
666
LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVE
Checks Malaria in 3 days, Colds first
day, Headaches or Neuralgia in 30
minutes.
666 SALVE for HEAD COLDS.
Most Speedy Remedies Known.
USED
CARS
’32 Ford coupe, run only 6,000 miles, practically new.
! ’29 Nash Advance, 4-door Sedan, clean as a pin. i
Austin Coupe, late model, slightly used.
’29 Ford Coach . ’29 Nash Coach. 1
’30 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan. ’28 Nash 4-door Sedaru
’32 Plymouth 4-door Sedan. ’28 Chevrolet Coupe.
• ’30 De Soto 8 4-door Sedan. Dodge Brougham, 1928. [
Foil Motor Co.
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