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Films, At Capitol Mon., Tuesday, Wednesday - . . 1 Five stars instead of one shine in "Grand Hotel,” spectacular pic turization of the celebrated Vicki Baum novel and play, which will head the program at the Capitol Theatre Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Probably no film in recent years has attracted as much advance at tention as this unusual screen drama which is described as a sym bolical study of human nature in startling realism. The play ran in New York for more than a year wth similiar success accorded its presentation in other American cities as well as the capitals of Europe. In bringing it to the screen Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer placed five of its major stars in the central characterizations and engaged Ed mund Goulding, director of" Dev il’s Holiday” and "The Trespas ser,” to handle the ambitious as signment. The, remarkable <>ast is headed by Greta Garbo with John Barrymore, Joan Crawford, Wallace Beery and Lionel Barry more playing outstanding roles. Lewis Stone and Jean Hersholt are featured in the large supporting cast. The story, which takes place en tirely within the confines of a fashionable Berlin hotel, entwines the lives of a varied group of per sons, including an exotic Russian dancer whose romantic interlude with a reckless baron saves her from suicide but results in her lover’s murder. Involved in the drama are a scheming business man, a seductive stenographer, a consumptive clerk spending his savings on one last fling in life, a shell-shocked doctor and the hot el’s head porter. How these peo ple are all brought together and how their various intrigues and adventures change the course of their entire lives forms the theme of the plot. Kissless Wife Sues For $50,000 Portland, Me.—Because her hus band was cold to her, just a friend who rarely kissed her during the period of their married life which began in May and practically end ed in December, Mrs. Frieda Block, 24-year-old bride, found little joy in marriage, she tearfully testified in Superior Court befofe Judge Arthur Chapman and a jury. Sues for $50,000 She has brought suit against her husband’s relatives. To them she blamed most of her troubles for the wreck of her romance and the failure of her husband to bestow upon her the tokens of love she be lieves were due her as a bride. Her husband, Meyer Block, 39, now living with relatives at 46 Wolcott street, Dorchester. De fendants in the suit for $5 0,000 damages the young bride seeks, are his mother, Mrs. Shaina Block, and her sisters-in-law, Mrs. Ethel Gor don and Miss Sarah Block. Neither Love Nor Nisses The couple were married in May 1931. The course of their love .was not smooth, according to the story Mrs. Block told from the witness stand. Kisses were the rarest gifts from her husband, she testified. They went to live with his par 1 ents at Thomaston, Me., after the wedding, and although there was never a quarrel between them, her husband was anything but the lov ing spouse. Left Her In December The bride began weeping when she told of their separation. She said her husband one day in Dec ember last year directed her to go to Portland, telling her he would follow her there from his parents’ place in Thomaston. But instead of joining her in Portland, she testified he went to Dorchester and never communicated with her. She said she went to Dorchester to try for a reconciliation but that when she reached there her hus band evaded her. Still Loves Him Cross examined the bride de clared that two relatives had acted as matchmakers between her and her husband. She cried bitterly when she told of her shame in facing friends and being forced to tell of the separa tion from her husband. She says she still loved her ihusband and was willing to live with him. Subscribe To The Watchman. Armistice Day Bride of .Rockefeller III Miss Blanchette F. Hooker, 23, daughter of Elon F. Hooker, New York, becomes the bride of John D. Rockefeller, III, 26 years old son of John D. Rockefeller, Jr. .. . The Rev. Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick unites the couple in New York on November 11, Armistice Day. STATE NOW HAS 12 LEGAL HOLIDAYS Legal holidays, when all the banks usually close and school children get a day off, are compar atively "new things” in North Carolina. A half century ago there wasn’t a legal holiday in the state, but in 1881 the legislature got busy and created seven. Today there are an even dozen. Incidentally, the next one is an important one. The legislature of 1907 set aside as a legal holiday "Tuesday after the first Monday in November, when a general election is held.” Thus when North Carolinians go to cast their votes for president, senator, congressman and state of fices next November 8, the day will also be a legal rest day. Although New Year’s Day, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day have been ob served in the state as general holi days from the beginning, it was the 18^81 legislature that made them legal. The other three added to the list at that time were: February 22 George Washington’s birthday an niversary; May 10, Confederate Memorial Day, and May 20, anni versary of the Mecklenburg Decla ration of Independence. Ten years later, January 19, the birthday of General Robert E. Lee was made a legal holiday. In 1889 Labor Day was added to the list. The 12 th of April, the anniversary of the Halifax resolutions, was in cluded by act of the 1909 legisla ture. The last legal holiday created followed the World War. The gen eral assembly of 1919 designated that November 11 be appropriate ly celebrated and observed as the anniversary of the end of the World War. KILLED IN GAME Cornwall, Ont.,Eric Caril, 18, high school student, was fatally injured in a box lacrosse game. He was struck by a stick when charg ing the goal. BEAR UPSETS AUTO IN NORTH CAROLINA Elizabeth City, N. C.—Road hogs are one thing, but W. J. Haigwood, local merchant, finds bears are quite something else. Driving through a swamp section he interrupted the casual lumber ing of a bear across the highway. Haigwood’s automobile was over turned, but he was unhurt. The bear escaped. BABIES, ATHLETES and older folks thrive on Osteo pathy. DR. S. O. HOLLAND 410 Wallace Bldg. Phone 346 RADIO VS. NEWSPAPER If you are not on hanld to hear a radio broadcast at the moment it is given, can you "turn back” the radio and pick up the report when you want it. No. But if you are not at liber ty to read a newspaper the minute it is issued, the newspaper is avail able for your instant use at any time you want to pick it up. If an important speaker gives 'a statistical report over tl^e 'radio can you "turn back” the radio in order to compare the speaker’s closing statement with his open ing statement? No, but your eye can compare the last paragraph of a newspaper’s report of a public address with the paper’s report of the speaker’s opening-remarks. If you are listening to something you want to hear over the radio and neighbors drop in, can you ask them to wait until the broad cast is over before you receive them? Or if the baby screams, or something boils over on the stove, can you holler at the announcer to "Wait!” while you investigate the baby or take the pot off the stove? JNo, you cannot, nut you can lay down your newspaper when a domestic emergency arises. You can attend to the duty required of you, return to your paper, and resuce reading where you left off. Can you file a radio talk for re ference? Can you refer at will to infordation gained over the radio? Can you accurately quote from memory what you have just head over fhe radio, even five minutes after you have heard it? No, No, NO! Dozens of nos to all these questions. The newspaper will continue to serve, as it always has served, every citizen’s need for a stable source of information and know ledge. It is readily available, it may' be preserved for record, it may be referred to, taken up and put down, at will. It may be glanced at or pondered over. The section you wish may be singled out when and as you wish it Radios were origirally designed for entertainment, and as a suc cessor to the talking machine in providing music in the home. It ably fulfills these purposes, but as an advertising media, as a news source, it is as a breath upon the window, here this minute then gone, forever. —Oris (Calif.) Courier. FIGURE '8’ PROMINENT IN AGED MAN’S LIFE Orland, Cal.—From birth to death the figure "8” played a pro minent part in the life of Jona than Sharp. He was born on the 8 th day of November. He was married on the 8th day of April; his first son was born on the' 8 th day of the month, and he was the father of eight children. Sharp died at 8 o’clock on the 8 th day of August and he was 88 years of age. KILLER COMMITS SUICIDE Leo Franks, who shot and killed his sister-in-law near Marshall last week, died in a Asheville hospital from a bullet fragment which he fired into his own head. SALE OF VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY Pursuant to the terms of a cer tain; mortgage deed of trust execut ed by Thomas J. Shoaf and wife, Bessie M. Shoaf, to the undersigned John L.Rendleman, Jr. Trustee, on December 7th, 1929, which is re corded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Rowan county in book of mortgages No. 115, page 7, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness there in secured, and at the request of the holder of the note therein se cured, the undersigned Trustee will expose for sale, at public auc tion, for cash, at the courthouse door in Salisbury, N. C., on Mon day December 12th, 1932, at the hour of 12 M., the following des cribed real estate: Beginning at a stone post, John Moyle’s corner in the South edge of Caldwell street, between Innes and Fisher streets, and runs South 45 deg. East first yith John Moy le’s line and then with E. C. Gre gory’s line 150 feet, more or less, to a stake, Mrs. J. P. Moores cor ner in E. C. Gregory’s line; thence South 47 dew. West 43 1-3 feet to a stake in the aforesaid Mrs. Moores’ line in the edge of a 10 foot alley; thence with the East edge of the alley North 45 deg. West 150 feet, more or less, to a stake in the South edge of Cald well street, 43 1-3 feet to the be ginning,. conitaining 6,500 square feet. Said lot is situated in the great West Square n the town of Salisbury, N. C.; also the right and privilege to use the alley way 10 feet wide along the Northwest side of said lot. The foregoing property will be sold subject to two prior mortga gees recorded in book 110, page 166 and book 111, page 5, upon which there is due $1,023.80 and interest. This the 10 th day of November, 1932. john l. rendleman, jIr. Trustee Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys. Nov. 11—Dec. 2. SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY TO SATISFY LIEN FOR REPAIRS Under and by virtue of the pro visions contained in, Section 243 5 of the Consolidated Statutes of North Carolina the undersigned will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at 12 o’clock, noon, on Friday, Nov ember 25 th at Yost’s Service Sta tion, 1513 South Main Street, Sal isbury, North Carolina, the fol lowing described personal proper ty: Essex Sedan automobile, Motor No. 1120472. The above automobile will be sold to satisfy a lien held by the undersigned for repairs and alter nations thereon. This October 31st, 1932. WALTER WINDERS Nov. 11—Nov. 18. NORTH CAROLINA ROWAN COUNTY IN THE SUPERIOR COURT BEFORE THE CLERK. B. L. Young, Administrator, C. T. A. of W. P. Young, Deceased, vs. Sarah Lunda Young, widow, B. L. Young and wife, Bertha Young, Gry Young and wife Maude Young, Marvin Young and wife, Nellie Young, Paul Young (single) Annie Shelton and hus band, H. T. Shelton, Clara Cahill and husband, J. A. Cahill, Sada McCall and husband, G. H. Mc Call, Gladys Bridges and husband, S. R. Bridges, Jesey Earnhardt and husband, R. D. Earnhardt, Mable Young (Mrs. Mable Moser) and husband, A. M. Moser, Ida Early and husband, M. L. Early, Elma Griffin Elmore and husband, John Elmore, Gladys Griffiin Wilson and husband, -, Charles Grif fin (single.) NOTICE The defendants, Maude Young, Nellie Young, Paul Young, G. H. McCall, S. R. Bridges, A. M. Mos er, John Elmore, - Wilson will take notice, that an action as above entitled has been commenced in the Superior Court of Rowan County, North Carolina, to sell lands to make assets with which to pay the debts of the decedent es tate and cost of administration: and the said defendants will fur ther take notice that they are re quired to appear at the office of the Clerk of t|ie Superior Court of Rowan County in the courthouse in Salisbury, North Carolina, on the 8th day of December, 1932, or 30 days thereafter, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action or the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief de manded in. said complaint. Dated, this the 7th day of Nov. 1932. blanche lampert, Depty. Clerk Superior Court, Rowan County. Nov. 11—Dec. 2. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Piedmont Sales Company, a Corporation, of Salisbury, North Carolina, having executed a Deed of Assignment for the benefit of its creditors to the undersigned Trustee, this is to notify all per sons having claims against said Piedmont Sales Company to file an itemized, verified, statement of the same with the Clerk of the Super ior Court of Rowan County, on or before the 10th day of November, 1933, or they will be barred from participating in the assets of the said Piedmont Sales Company. Persons indebted to the said Piedmont Sales Company willl make prompt settlement with the undersigned. Dated, this the 4th day of Nov ember, 1932. e. w. g. Huffman, Trustee. Nov. 11—Dec. 2. NOTICE OF RF.-SALE OR THE HEIRS OF THE PUTMAN PROPERTY ON WEST HENDERSON STREET Under and by virtue of an order of the Superior Court of Rowan County, N. C., made in the special proceedings entitled, "J. F. Miller, Admr. C. T. A., of Mrs. "tr. R. (Cora B.) Putman vs William Junkin and wife, Margaret Jun ken, Mildred Putman, Earls B. Putman, and Billie Putman,” the same being No. 855 upon the spe cial proceedings docket of said court, the undfersigned Oommis sioner, will on the 26th day of November, 1932, at 12:00 o’clock, M., at the courthouse door, in Sal isbury, Nr 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, N.. C., on West Henderson Street, and more particularly described as fol- ’ lows, 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 stake in the Southwest margin of 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 corner of lot No. 19 159 feet I to nenaerson street; tnence m i Southerly direction 75 feet to the beginning corner, comprising lot No. 18 on map No. 1 of the pro perty of the Henderson (John S.) heirs, called "Confederate Park.” Said map duly recorded in the of fice of the Register of Deeds of Rowan County, in Book of maps page 20. For back title see Deed Book No. 178, page 334, in the office of the Register of Deeds of Rowan Coun ty. Bidding will commence at $3, 360.00. This, the 25 th day of Ictober, 1932. j. F. MILLER, Commissioner. T. G. Furr, Attorney. Nov. 11—Nov. 18 MORTGAGE SALE OF FARM LANDS IN CHINA GROVE TOWNSHIP Pursuant to the conditions con- j tained in a certain mortgage trust deed executer by L. A. Freeze and wife, D. A. Freeze/ to C. J. Deal, Trustee, dated December 31, 1920, and registered in Register’s Office of Rowan County in Book of Mor tgages No. 74, page 60; and pursuant to a certain instrument dated the 31st day of October, 1932, appointing T. K. Carlton. Substituted Trustee, said instru ment being duly recorded in Book of Deeds No. -page- in the Register’s Office of Rowan County, said instrument having been exe cuted pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 78, Public Laws 1931, and being incorporated in the N. C. Code of 1931, as Sections 2583 (a), (b), (c), et seq.; and default having been made in the payment or the note secured by the above mentioned Mortgage Trust Deed, and request of foreclosure having been made by the holder thereof, the undersigned Substituted Trus tee will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the Courthouse door in Salisbury, N. C., on Monday, the fifth day of December, 1932, at 12 o’clock, noon, the following described real estate, to-wit: Lying in Rowan County, China Grove Township, and more parti cularly described as follows: One tract of land known as the Rose Place, lying about) three-four'ths of a mile West of the Town of Landis, and adjoining the lands of Mrs. A. A. Beaver, J. E. Corriher, Sr., and Robert Overcash; begin ning at a hickory, Mrs. A. A. Beav er’s corner; thence S 89 E. 22 chs. to a stake in the Tuckaseege noad; thence with the road N. 59 and 61 E. 13.55 chs. to a stake in the road; thence S. 29 E. 17.80 chs. to a stake at the side of the mead ow; thence S. 61 W. with the Rice line 21.36 chs. to a stake, Robert Overcash’s corner; thence with Robert Overcash’s line N. 5 3 W. 27.00 chs. to a stake, Robert Over cash’s corner; J. E. Corriher’s line; thence with Corriher’s line N. 2 E. 5.15 chs. to the beginning, con taining sixty acres, more or less. Since the execution of the above Mortgage Trust Deed, several small tracts of land have been cut off and sold by L. A. Freeze and wife to various parties, and all such tracts as have been sold, with the written consent and release of C. J. Deal or of Wachovia Bank & Trust Company, Executor of C. J. Deal, are hereby excepted from the above description and will not be sold. Approximately one-half, more or less, of the above tract has been released from the lien of the above mentioned mortgage trust deed” and particularly the tract) described in Book of Deeds No. 190, page 192; Book No. 194, page 103; Book No. 195, pages 262 and 263; and Book No. 196, page 144. This, the 3rd day of Nov. 1932. T. k. carlton, Substituted Trustee P. S. Carlton, Attorney (D. C. Pethel Estate.) Nov. 4—Dec. 2. NOTICE OE SALE Under and by virtue of an order af the Superior Court of Rowan County, made in the special pro ceeding entitled W. F. Kelsey, ad ministrator of Joe B. Wade vs. Ella Wade, widow, Beatrice Wade Fra zier, and husband, Cornelius Fra- 1 zier, the same being No.-upon the special proceeding docket of said court, the undersigned com missioner will, on Saturday, the 3rd day of December, 1932, at 12:00 m., at the courthouse door in Salisbury, North Carolina, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, those certain tracts of land lying and being in Salisbury Township, Rowan County, North Carolina, and more particularly described as follows, to-wit: 1—In that section of Salisbury known as Dixonville, beginning at a stake, Hoe Wade’s corner, thence N. 2 % deg. W. 87 feet more or less to a stake, Abe Hen derson’s corner, thence N. 88 deg. E. 122 feet to a stake, P. A. Cau ble’s corner, thence N. 2 % deg. W. 50 feet to stake on line of Cemetery, thence N. 88 dtfg. W. with line of Cemetery 13 0 feet to a stake, thence S. 2 54 deg. E. 140 feet more or less and to a stake in J. Horah’s line, thence S. 89 54 deg. E. with said line 8 feet to the beginning, containing about one sixth of an acre. 2— Beginning at a stone, the N. W. corner of the colored Cem etery in the South Ward of the town of Salisbury, thence N. 88 deg. W. 105 feet to a stake on the line of the colored graded school property, thence S % deg. E. 131 feet to a stake, thence 5. 89 /z deg. E. 197 feet to Joe Wade’s corner, thence N. 2 % deg. W. 87 feet to a stake on A. Henderson’s corner, thence N. 88 deg. E. 122 feet to a stake on P. A. Cauble’s corner, thence N. 2 % deg. W. 5 0 feet to a stake on line of colored cemetery, thence N. 88 deg. W. with line of Cemetery 206 feet to the begin ning. See deed of Joseph Horah to J. Steven Brown for back title. This deed includes deed made to Joseph Wade by J. Steven Brown October 10, 1901. 3— Beginning at Abraham Hen derson’s corner, and running'S. 4 E. 40 feet to a stake, thence S. 86 /z W. 200 feet to a stake thence N. 4 W. 40 feet to a stake, thence N. 86 % E. 200 feet to the beginning containing 8000 sq. feet, be the same more or less. 4— Beginning at a stake on the South side of Montgomery street, opposite the North East stone cor ner at the intersection of Cherry and Montgomery streets and runs South 10 deg. East one hundred and ninety three (193) feet more or less to a stake in Davis’ line, thence North 80 deg. East with Davis’ line fifty (50) feet to a stake. Thence North 10 deg. West one hundred and ninety three (193) feet more or less to a stake at the edge of Montgomery street corner lot No. 90, thence South 80 deg. West fifty (5 0) teet to the beginning. ine same being lot No. 89 on the map of the Southern Loan and Trust Company in and adjoining the Great South Square of Salisbury, North Carolina. J—a. Beginning at a stake on the N.. E. side of Horah Street cor ner to lot No. 22, and runs in a North easterly direction parallel with Burton Avenue 125 feet to a stake; thence in a South easterly direction and parallel with Horah street 40 feet to a stake, corner to lot No. 24; thence in a South westerly direction with line of lot No. 24 125 feet more or less to a stake in the edge of Horah Street; thence in a North easterly direc tion with Horah Street 40 feet to the beginning, being lot No. 23 of the Livingston Park property. b. Also two lots bounded as fol lows: Beginning at a stake on the S. W. side of Horah Street corner to lot No. 44, and runs thence in a South easterly direction 8 5 ft. to a stake, corner to lot No. 47; thence in a South westerly direction with line of lot No. 47, 125 feet to“a stake; thence in a North westerly direction parallel with Horah Street 85 feet to- a stake; thence in a North easterly direction and parallel with Burton Avenue 125 feet to the beginning, and being lots Nos. 45 and 46 as shown on the plat of the Livingston Park property. See map recorded in Register’s office for Rowan county, and for back title see deed from High Point Real Estate Company to F. N. McCubbins. Also see deed from F. N. McCubbins to Tosenh B. Wade, on February 28, 1908, and recorded in Deed book No. 117, at page 84, office of the Reg ister of Deeds for Rowan county. 6—One house and lot lying in the Great South Ward of the City of Salisbury on the West side of the new Concord road, beginning at a stake, eleven feet North 9 % West from the Eliza Caldwell Front Gate, and runs thence North 60 % West 114 feet in the John vlowery line; thence North 31 last 53 feet to a stake (John Vlowery and Mrs. M. L. Bean cor ter), thence South 43 % East 111 feet to Mrs. M. L. Bean corner on :he new Concord road; thence South 9 % East with the West :dge of the new Concord road, 22 feet to the beginning. Said lot jeing situate near the colored Baptist Church of Dixonville, and idjoining the lots of Eliza Cald ivell, John Mowery and Mrs. M. L. Bean. Deeded to J. B. Wade 3y Eliza Caldwell and recorded in Rowan County Record of Deeds Book 93. page 192. Dated Oct. 2, 1901. This, the 31 day of Oct. 1932. w. F. kelsey, Commissioner, r. G. Furr, Attorney. Nov. 4—Nov. 25. iALE OF VALUABLE REAL PROPERTY Pursuant to the provisions con tained in a certain mortgage deed, fated August 10th, 1931, execut ed by M. A. Powlas to Thomas Robertson, which mortgage deed is duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Rowan County, in Book of Mortgages No. 117, page 312, default hav ing been made in the payment or the amount secured thereby and as therein provided, and under and by virtue of the authority and power of sale conferred by said mortgage deed and by law provid ed, the undersigned mortgagee will sell at public auction at the Court house door in Salisbury, N. C., to the highest bidder for cash, on Saturday, the 12th day of Novem ber, 1932, at 12 o’clock,. Noon the following described real estate, located in Franklin Township, Rowan County, N. C. Beginning at a stone in the Wil kesbarre road, A. E. Miller’s cor ner, thence S. 64 /z deg. W. 15 chains to a stone, Miller’s corner; thenCe S. 25 deg. W. 5.75 chains to a stone; thence N. 64 /z deg. E. 85 links to a stone; thence N. 3.08 chains to a stone near a pine, Miller’s corner; thence N. 62 deg. E. 3.80 chains to a cedar on Mil ler’s line, Noah Powlas’ comer; thence N. 22 deg. W. 1.15 chains to a stone; thence N. 62 deg. E. 2.65 chains to a stone; thence S. 22 deg. E. 1.15 chains to a stone on Miller’s line; thence N. 62 deg. E. 6.25 chains to a stake in the Wilkesbarre road; thence with said road N. 41 deg. W. 3.16 chains to the beginning, containing 4 and 9—10 acres, more or less. This the '10th day of October, 1932. thomas robertson, Mortgagee, L. A. Swicegood, attorney. Oct. 21—Nov. 11. SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN FRANK LIN TOWNSHIP-CHUNN PLACE Pursuant to the terms of two Mortgage Deeds of Trusts, execut ed by T. L. Chunn and wife, Fan nie Chunn to R. Lee Wright, Trustee, dated December 15 th, 1924, and January 5th, 1929, re corded in the Register’s Office of Rowan County in Books of Mort gages Nos. 91, page 23 8 and 112 page 15, default having been made in the payment of the indebted ness, and at a request of the hold ers of said notes, the undersigned Trustee will expose to public sale, at public auction, for cash at the courthouse door in the City of Salisbury on; November 19th, 1932 between the hours of 10 o’clock A. M. and 2 o’clock P. M. the following described real estate: One tract of land in Franklin Township and bounded as follows: About six miles from Salisbury, being a portion of the Swicegood lands; beginning at a stake, the division corner on Stewart’s line, and runs thence S. 83 /2 E. 28.40 chains to a walnut, Stewart’s cor ner; thence N. 3 E. 12 chains to an ash; thence N. 8 W. 6.20 chains to a stake; thence N. 8 5 W. 24.60 chains to a stone, a division cor ner; thence a new line S. 2 /2 W. 18.40 chains to the beginning con taining 51 acres, more or less, less about 3 acres sold to George Over man. For back title reference is here by made to deed registered in Book No. 124, page 136, Register’s Of - fice of Rowan County. The above land lies near Gheen’s School House. The taxes on this tract will be paid from the proceeds. This October 17th, 1932. r. LEE WRIGHT, Trustee Oct. 21—Nov. 11. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as administra trix of the estate of Aldena Judson Benton, this is to notify all persons having claims against the said de cedent to file an itemized, verified statement of same with the under signed on or before the 21st day of October, 1933, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Persons indebted to said estate are notified to make prompt settle ment. This October 14th, 1932. MRS. PEARL NEWMAN, AdmrX. of Aldena Judson Benton. Oct. 21—Nov. 23. Side Quit Hurting, Got Stronger, Well; CARDUI Helped Her WOMEN! Get rid of the handi caps of a weak, debilitated condi tion with the assistance of Cardui. Mrs. R. L. West, of Huntsville, Ala., writes: “I was weak and run-down. I had a pain in my side, and I kept losing weight. I grew nervous over my condition — this was unusual for me, for I am very cheerful when I am well and don’t easily get nervous. I knew I ought to take something. My aunt told me I ought to try Cardui, which I did. I began to feel bet ter. I kept it up until I had taken three or four bottles. My side quit hurting and I was soon feel ing strong and well.” < Cardui is sold at drug stores here.