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| Establish Contract Bridge Supremacy *j
This team-of-four, Harold S. Vanderbilt, Willard S. Karn, P. Hal
Sims and Waldemar von Zedtwitz, won the 1932 finals for the Vanderbilt
Cup the classic bridge event of the year. This is the only major bridge play
in which Mr. Vanderbilt regularly takes part. He is the donor of the cup.
Dem. Chiefs
Thanked By
Candidates
Expressing their appreciation for
_ services rendered during the recent
campaign, all of the Democratic
candidates have affixed their signa
tures to a letter addressed to Ross
M. Sigmon, chairman and Mrs. J.
P. Lynch and Mrs. R. O. Yancey,
vice chairmen, of the Democratic
Executive committee.
The letter follows:
"It is our purpose and intention
by this testimonial to express our
grateful appreciation qf the val
iant, untiring and efficient services'
rendered by you, and each of you,
in be-half of the Democratic tick
et. We feel certain that no county
has been gifted with a finer or
more painstaking organization
the fruits of which is to make us
the Banner County in the Ninth
Congressional District.
"Again assuring you of our ap
preciation and with kindest per
sonal regards.”
SAVE WOMAN
FROM STONING
Hopedale, Labrador.—A fanati
cal chief of one of Labrador’s In
dian tribes has been frustrated in
his attempt to inaugurate a series
of human sacrifices, it was learned
The chief, known as Snowbird,
recently conceived the idea that he
is the earthly representative of the
Great Spirit, and that he has been
delegated to have all childless wo
men of the tribe stoned to death
to assure perpetuation of the tribe
and success for the winter’s hunt
ing.
The husband of one woman
made a rapid journey to the near
est coast settlement and told white
residents of the affair.
Several white citizens arrived
just in time to save the first in
tended victim. She had been,
bound to a tree with strips of car
ibou hide. Preparations were be
ing made to stone her to death.
Snowbird was persuaded to give
up his scheme only after he had
been threatened with arrest.
HER LIFE A SERIES
OF SLAPS AND KICKS
Salem.—From Christmas Eve,
1906, until this year her life with
William V. Hewlett, of Salisbury,
was a series of "slaps and kicks,”
according to the testimony given
by Mrs. Annie M. Hewlett of
Newburyport here today in the
Essex County Probabte Court, as
she asked Judge Harry R. Dow to
grant her a divorce on the ground
of cruelty.
Judge Dow' reserved his decision
Stanford
Returns To
Salisbury
The following appointments for
the approachine year w'ere named
bv Bishop Edwin D. Mouzon at
the Winston-Salem conference, for
the Salisbury district:
Presiding elder, C. S. Kirkpat
rick.
Albemarle: Central. W. B. West;
First Street, E. M. Avett; Albe
marle circuit, J. W. Combs.
main laDernacie, r. j. oiuuui.
China Grove, J. W. Groce.
Concord: Central, W. O. Goode;
Epworth, E. Myers; Forest Hill,
Paul Hardin, Jr.; Harmony, J. B.
Tabor; Kerr Street, A. C. Ken
nedy; West Ford, H. E. Stimson;
Concord Circuit, M. B. Clegg.
East Spencer, J. E. McSwain.
Gold Hill, J. P. Morris.
Granite Quarry, J. O. Cox.
Kannapolis, Trinity, J. P. Hipps.
Landis, Brooks Jerome.
Mt. Pleasant, H. L. Powell.
New London, J. H. Wise
Norwood, R. A. Swaringen;
Norwood circuit, J. A. Fry.
Salem, T. C. Jordon.
Salisbury: Coburn Memorial, J.
F. Moser; First church, A. L.
Stanford; Main Street, Rowan
Mills, V. O. Dutton; Supply, Park
Avenue, S. M. Needham.
Spencer: Central, W. B. Davis.
Woodleaf, W. S. Smith.
Missionary secretary, W. B.
West.
Director superannuate endow
ment, C. G. Kirkpatrick.
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Stronger Than He Was at Twenty
FIFTY-FIVE years old, and still
" going strong!
Do you want the secret of such
vitality? It isn’t what you eat, or
any tonic you take. It’s something
anyone can do—something you can
start today and see results in a
week! All you do is give your vital
organs the right stimulant.
A famous doctor discovered the
way to stimulate a sluggish system
to new energy. It brings fresh vigor
to every organ. Being a physician’s
prescription, it’s quite harmless.
Tell your druggist you want a bottle
of Dr. Caldwell’s syrup pepsin. Get
the benefit of its fresh laxative
herbs, .active senna, and that pure
pepsin. Get that lazy liver to work,
those stagnant bowels into action.
Get rid of waste matter that is slow
poison so long as it is permitted to
remain in the system.
The new energy men and women
feel before one bottle of Dr. Caldwell’s
syrup pepsin has been used up is
proof of how much the system needs
this help.
Get a bottle of this delicious
syrup and let it end that constant
worry about the condition of the
bowels. Spare the children those
bilious days that make them miser
able. Save your household from the
use of cathartics which lead to
chronic constipation. And guard
against auto-intoxication as you
grow older.
Dr. Caldwell’s syrup pepsin is
such a well known preparation you
can get it wherever drugs are sold
and it isn’t expensive.
SALISBURY FIRM
NOTES PROGRESS
One of the enterprising indus
tries of this section is the refrig
erating, manufacturing and distri
buting plant of W. A. Brown and
Son;, which is located on Highway
No. 15, about one and one-half
miles south of Salisbury.
Members of the firm are W. A.
and Dodd Brown. The company
was established in 1901 when :t
sold refrigerating equipment to
meat markets on a small scale. To
day, the company manufactures
the Brown refrigerators and is
state distributor for the Hill line
of porcelain display cases and the
full line of equipment manufac
tured by the Brunswick division of
the Carrier Engineering Corpora
tion.—Charlotte Observer.
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
The undersigned administratrix
will offer for sale to the highest
bidder, for cash, at the court
house door in Salisbury, N. C., on
December 10th, 1932, at 12:00
o’clock M., one Graham Paige
Four Door Sedan Automobile,
Model, 1929.
This 15 th day of November,
1932.
allene glover ketner, Admin
istratrix.
John C. Busby, Attorney.
Nov. 18—Nov. 2 5.
RE-SAI.E OF VALUABLE QUARRY
AND FARMING LANDS
Pursuant to the power contain
ed in a certain mortgage deed of
trust executed by E. C. Gregory
and wife to the undersigned Trus
tee, dated June 21st, 1920 which
is duly recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds for Rowan
County, in Book of Mortgages No.
68, page 99, default having been
made in the payment of the in
debtedness therein secured, and at
the request of the holders of the
note therein secured, the undersig
ned Trustee will expose for sale,
at public auction for cash, at the
courthouse door in the City of
Salisbury, on Monday, November
28, 1932, at 12 o’clock, noon, the
following described real estate:
An undivided two-thirds share
or interest of, in and to the fol
lowing described tract of land,
situate in Salisbury Township,
Rowan County, N. C., to-wit:
Tract No. 4: Containing 72
acres, more or less, and known as
the Betty Kluttz Flat Rock Place,
and adjoining the lands of Ed
mund Earnhradt, Adarn. Earnhardt
and others; for boundaries and
more particular description of
which see deed from J. H. Ffaden
to T. H. Vanderford, dated July
5, i5?i, ana regisierea in dook oi
| Deeds Vol. 74, page 18, in the of
fice of the Register of Deeds for
Rowan County.
Bidding to begin at $912.45.
Terms of sale: cash.
Dated this 12th day of Nov
ember, 1932.
b. H. isenhour, Trustee.
Nov. 18—Nov. 25.
RE-SALE OF VALUABLE QUARRY
AND FARMING LANDS
Pursuant to the power contain
ed in a certain mortgage deed of
trust executed by E. C. Gregory
and wife to the undersigned Trus
tee, dated the 7th day of July,
1922, which is duly recorded in
the office of the Register of Deeds
for Rowan County in Book of
Mortgages No. 78, at page 248,
default having been made in the
payment of the indebtedness there
in secured the undersigned Trus
tee will expose for sale at public
auction for cash, at the Court
house door in the City pi Salis
bury, on Monday, November 28,
1932, at 12 o’clock, noon, the fol
lowing described real estate:
An undivided two-thirds inter
est in and to the following de
scribed real estate:
nr_TvT „ 1. „-* ___
of land containing fifty acres,
more or less, known as the "Safrit
Tract,” situate on the North side
of the Yadkin Railroad and about
200 yards East of the Railroad De
pot of the Town of Granite Quar
ry, and about four miles East of
the city of Salisbury and being de
scribed by metes and bounds ac
cording to an old deed from N.
B. McCanless to John S. Hender
son, dated June 8, 1891, as fol
lows, to-wit: Beginning at a stone
pile on Murdock’s line and runs
thence S.'88 deg. E. 8.80 chains to
a stone, Peeler’s corner; thence S.
2 5.20 chains to a stake; thence S.
89 deg. E. 17.10 chains to a stake;
thence S. 6.25 chains to a stake;
thence S. 89 deg. E. 6.40 chains
to a stonje; thence S. 3.70 chains
to a stake on Bame’s line; thence
N. 89 deg. W. 23.5 0 chains to a
stake on Lyerly’s line; thence N.
5 0 links to a stake, Lyerly’s cor
ner; thence N. 88 deg. W. 7.50
chains to a stake; thence N. 35
chains to the beginning contain
ing fifty (50) acres, more or less,
and being part of the land that
was deeded by D. R. Julian and
wife to the North Carolina Gold
Mining Company by indenture
dated November 1, 1888, and re
corded in Book No. 5 8, page 193.
For back title see deed from
John S. Henderson and wife, to
Thos. H. Vanderford, registered in
Book of Deeds 74, page 22; also
deed from Thos. H. Vanderford.
and wife to Salisbury Granite
Company, registered in Book of
Deeds No. 74, page 24.
Bidding to begin at $729.31.
Terms of Sale: cash.
Dated this 12 th day of Novem
ber, 1932.
harry arey, Trustee
Nov. 18—Nov. 25.
NOTICE TO' CREDITORS
Having qualified as Admmi.-tra
trix of the estate of Mrs. G. W.
Julian, this is to notify a'l persons
having claims against the said de
cedent to file an itemized, verified
statement of same with the under
signed on or before the 1-tth day
of November, !• '•}, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
t o cry. Persons indebted to said
estate are notified to me.1,-, prompt
sett'ement.
This November 1’, H32.
(rose Julian, Administratrix
of the estate of Mrs. C W. Julian.
Nov. 18.—Dec. 23.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as Administra
trix, C. T. A. of the estate of
Paul Cromer Sigmon, this is to
notify all persons having claims a
gainst the said decedent to file an
itemized, verified statement of
same with the undersigned on or
before the 21st day of Nov. 1933,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery^ Persons indebt
ed to said estate are notified to
make prompt settlement.
This Nov. 14th, 1932.
mrs. edith sigmon, Admrx.
CTA. of Estate of Paul Cromer
Sigmon.
E. W. G. Huffman, Attorney
Nov. 18—Dec. 23.
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 ol
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.
NOTICE OF RF.-SALE OF THE HEIRS
OF THE PUTfrfAN 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. L. R.
(Cora B.) Putman vs William
Junkin and wife, Margaret Jun
ken, Mildred Putman, Earla B.
Putman, and Billie Putman,” the
_ 1 ‘_ A.T_ nee _
3dAJ.lv* L/VJUg 1 KJ s J ujjun uj^»*
cial proceedings docket of said
court, the undlersigned Commis
sioner, will on the 26th day of
November, 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, 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
to Henderson street; thence in a
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
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, of 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. r i
mrs. pearl newman, Admrx. of
Aldena Judson Benton.
Oct. 21—Nov. 25.
NOTICE OE SALE
Under and by virtue of an order
of 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
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 deg. W.
with line of Cemetery 130 feet to
a stake, thence S. 2 deg. E.
140 feet more pr .less and tojj stake
in J. Horah’s line, thence S. 89 Zj
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 S. 89 54 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
'take on P. A. Cauble’s corner,
thence N. 2 % deg. W. 50 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.
8 6 54 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. i nence rsortn iu ueg.
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 (50)
feet to the beginning. The 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.
5—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 85 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 o.i
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 Joseph
B. Wade, on February 28, 190S,
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 Vz West 114 feet in the John
Mowery line; thence North 31
East 53 feet to a stake (John
Mowery and Mrs. M. L. Bean cor
ner), thence south 43 A hast ill
feet to Mrs. M. L. Bean corner on
the new Concord road; thence
South 9 % East with the West
edge of the new Concord road, 22
feet to the beginning. Said lot
being situate near the colored
Baptist Church of Dixonville, and
adjoining the lots of Eliza Cald
well, John Mowery and Mrs. M.
L. Bean. Deeded to J. B. Wade
by 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.
T. G. Furr, Attorney.
Nov. 4—Nov. 25.
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 rieamont oaies company.
Persons indebted to the said
Piedmont Sales Company wi'jl
make prompt settlement with the
undersigned.
Dated, this the 4th day of Nov
ember, 1932.
e. w. g. Huffman, Trustee.
Nov. 11—Dec. 2.
MORTGAGE SALE OF FARM LANDS
IN CHINA GROVE TOWNSHIP
Pursuant to the conditions con
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 25 83
(a), (b), (c), et seq.; and default
having been made in the payment
of 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 tc
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-fourths
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 tracts
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. x. carlton, Substituted Trustee
P.-.5. Carlton, Attorney (D. C,
Pethel Estate.)
Nov. 4—Dec. 2.
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 with 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, containing 6,500 square
feet. Said lot is situated in the
great West Square n the town of
Salisbury, 'JST. C.; also the right
and privilege to use the alley way
10 feet wide along the Northwest;
side of said lot.
lhe foregoing property wil! 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 10th day of November,
1932.
JOHN L. RENDLEMAN, JR. Trustee
Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys.
Nov. 11—Dec. 2.
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 Ycfung 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, - W lson
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 the Superior Court of
Rowan County in the courthouse
in Salisbury, North Caro'ina, 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, tlyis the 7th day of Nov
1932.
BLANCHE LAMPERT, Depty: Clerk
Superior Court, Rowan County.
Nov. 11—Pec. 2.
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