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Season’s Football Records
Of State Elevens Compiled Following is a list of the sea son’s football summaries compiled by The Watchman of the western high school and state football teams: High School Record Team W L T Salisbury _ 9 1 0 Charlotte _.—..7 1 0 Gastonia _T.:5 2 2 Winston-Salem _3 4 2 High Point _-_1 6 2 Greensboro _+_1 [6 2 Scores Of Big Five Complete scores of Big Five teams for the season follow: Duke 13; Davidson 0. Duke 44; V. M. I. 0. Duke 7; Auburn 18. Duke 34; Maryland 0. Duke 13; Tennessee 16. Duke 9; Wake Forest 0. Duke 13; Kentucky 0. Duke 0; N. C. State 6. Duke 7; N. C. 0. Duke 13; W. and L. 0. State 3 8; Appalachian 0. State 9; Richmond 0. State 13; Clemson 0. State 0; Wake Forest 0. State 0; N. C. 13. State 7; Davidson 3. State 6; Duke 0. State 7; South Carolina 7. N. C. 0; Wake Forest 0. N. C. 7; Tennessee 20. N. C. 7; Vanderbilt 39. N. C. 6; Georgia 6. N. C. 14; Ga. Tech 43. N. C. 19; Florida 12. N. C. 13; State 0. N. C. 12; Davidson 0. N. C. 0; Due 7. N. C. 7; Virginia 14. Davidson 0; Duke 13. Davidson 7; W. and L. 0. Davidson 40; Wofford 6. Davidson 12; V. M. I. 0. Davidson 6; Citadel 7. Davidson 7; Clemson 7. Davidson 3; State 7. Davidson 0; N. C. 12. Davidson 7; Wake Forest 0. Wake Forest 0; N. C. 0. Wake Forest 6; S. C. 0. —~— Wake Forest 0; State 0. Wake Forest 0; Duke 9. Wake Forest 7; Delaware 0. Wake Forest 6; Catholic U. 14. Wake Forest 20; Carson-New man 6. Wake Forest 0; Davidson 7. Little Six Record W. L. Pet. Catawba __ 4 0 1,000 Lenoir-Rhyne _^„4 1 .800 Guilford _2 2 .500 High Point _2 3 .400 Appalachian __0 3 .000 F.lon _ 0 3 .000 x—Appalachian beat Lenoir Rhyne but later forfeited the game for using an ineligible freshman. Worked As Sleuth For No Reward Salem.—A reward for his trav eling hundreds of miles, donning • various disguises, and combing many of the nation’s cities fto(r more than two months in an effort to locate 19-year-old Miss Ange lina Mastromarino of Swampscott last winter, when she vanished with a married man and $3000 of her parents fortune, was not tend ered to Joseph Raimo of Lynn by Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mastromari no of Swampscott after he brought about the arrest of the fugitive pair in Pittsburg, it was charged in a suit filed in the Essex County Superior Court here. Claims Fraud Attempt Seeking $3225 from Mastromar ino and his wife, Mrs. Rosina Mas tromarino, for the service he per formed in the role of a detective, Raimo brought a bill in equity a gainst the parents of the girl and against Michael Corrado of Swampscott, stating that the Mastromarinos conveyed their pro perty and a mortgage held by them to Corrado last May 19 for the purpose of defrauding creditors. Miss Mastromarino, who be came a mother soon after police brought her back to Swampscott from Pennsylvania, was freed n the Superior Criminal Court here last June when Judge John M. Gibbs placed her case on file. CRESS GRANGE Cress Grange met Friday night snd held its regular meeting. New officers were elected as follow: Master, J. F. Cress; Overseer, Ray Menius; Lecturer, Mrs. L. B. Bassinger; Steward, Carl Speck; Asst. Steward, Walter Shue; Lady Asst. Steward, Velma Cress; Chap lain, E. W. Weaver; Sec. and Treas., Mrs. W. L. Allman; Gate Keeper, Hughes Weant; Ceres, Virginia Cress; Pomona, Evelyn Menius; Flora, Viola Heilig; Mrs. J. F. Cress was elected Matron of the Junenille grange. Evelyn and Gerald Beaver, of Jetersville, Va., spent Thanksgiv ing day with their aunt, Mrs. J. R. Cress. ine urace LUiner League went rabbit hunting Thanksgiving evening. The rabbits that were caught were barbecued that night. There were lots of visitors present and everyone seemed to have had a nice time. Mrs. L. F. Heilig has been very ill at her home. We wish her a speedy recovery. The Woman’s Missionary So ciety of Grace church gave an in teresting program Thanksgiving morning. The Grace Luther League me: Sunday night with a large number present. A very interesting pro gram was rendered by members of the League. James A. Miller James Allen Miller, 85, promin ent farmer and leading citizen of Rockwell, and father of Sheriff Cal Miller, died November 24th following an illness of almost a year. Funeral services were conducted November 25 from Organ Luth eran church, of which he had been a lifelong member. Rev. Paul Miller, pastor, officiated. Fie was assisted by Rev. C. P. Fisher and Rev. J. D. Shepherd. Interment followed in the church cemetery. Mr. Miller was twice married. He first married Margaret M. Lyerly. To this union the follow ing children survive: Sheriff Cal Miller, John L. Miller, Concord; Mrs. J. W. Bost, Rockwell and Mrs. C. L. Shive, Spencer. His second wife was Abbie C. Cox, daughter of the late Dr. Geo. H. Cox. The following children survive this marriage: Geroge H. Miller, Rockwell; Clarence A. Miller, Cabarrus county, and Mrs. Agnes Fisher, who lives at the old homeplace. Insist•« ^enuhm BAYER ASPIRIN Because • ••• The Bayer cross is not merely a trade-mark, but a symbol of safety. The name Bayer tells you that it cannot depress the heart. The tablet that’s stamped Bayer dissolves so quickly you get instant relief from the pain. 0 N? There’s no unpleasant taste or odor to tablets of Bayer manufacture; no injurious ingredients to upset the system. Tablets bearing the familiar Bayer cross have no coarse particles to irritate throat or stomach. Shoes rebuilt the better way. All kinds of harness, trunk and suitcase repairing. FAYSSOUX’S PLACE Phone 433 113 E. Innes St. -V DR. N. C. LITTLE Optometrist Eyes examined, glasses fitted and repaired. Telephone 1571-W 197% S. Main St. Next to Ketchie Barber Shop Typewriter Ribbons SPECIAL—We will install a new ribbon, oil your typewriter, clean your type, all for $1.00. Rowan Printing Co.^ PHONE ... 532 Diction Wins Medal • ; Alexandra Carlisle, absent from the stage for 10 years, returned to new triumphs this season and now receives the Gold Medal award of. the American Academy of Arts and Letters for best diction on the stage today. Risks His Life As He Saves Dog Peabody.—Risking his life in the ascent, each calculated step of which spelled the difference be tween safety and a fatal drop upon the jagged boulders below. Police man Frank Collins climbed 70 feet up a steep ledge in the Essex Trap Rock quarry here and suc ceeded in rescuing a marooned collie dog, trapped on a narrow shelf of stone, for two days with out food or water. Saved Dog Vanishes Aided by two youngsters who reside in the vicinity ,Eldon Wil son, Jr., 12, of 3 Fairmont road, and John Tagliere, 9, of 2 Lowell street, who manipulated onSe of the two ropes which he attached to the whimpering animal after scal ing the wall of stone. Collins was able to bring the dog to safety But when the Collie had been Res cued and the cords unloosed, he scampered away before the res cuers could learn to whom he be longed. SENTENCES UPHELD New Orleans, La.—The fifth United States circuit court of ap peals affirmed the verdict of Dis trict Judge Underwood of Atlanta, sentencing W. Clyde Suyt-h rn livp years and Edward O. Ellis to four years and nine months in federal prison for using the mails to de fraud. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as executor of the estate of Ambrose Smith, 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 before the 30th day of Novem ber, 1933, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Persons indebteded to said estate are notified to make prompt set tlement. This November 29th, 1932. Nathaniel brown, Executor of Ambrose Smith. W. T. Shuford, Atty. Dec. 2—Jan. 6. BANKRUPT’S PETITION FOR DISCHARGE Henry Lee Forrest, Thomas Roscoe Forrest, Bankrupts. In Bankruptcy To the Honorable Johnson J. Hayes, Judge of the District Court of the United States, For the Mid dle District of North Carolina: Henry Lee Forrest and Thomas Roscoe Forrest, of Albemarle, in the county of Stanly, and State of; North Carolina, in said district, respectfully represents that on the 10th day of May last past, they were duly adjudged bankrupt un der the acts of Congress relating to bankruptcy; that they have duly surrendered all of their property and rights of property, and they have fully complied with all the requirements of said acts and of the orders of the court touching their bankruptcy. Wherefore they pray that they may be decreed by the court to have a full discharge from all debts provable against their estate under said bankruptcy' acts, ex cept such debts as are excepted by law from such discharge. Dated this 22nd day of Novem ber, 1932. Signed—Henry Lee Forrest, Thomas Roscoe Forrest, Bankrupts Order Of Notice Thereon Middle District of North Caro lina, ss: On the 23 rd day of November, 1932, on reading the foregoing petition, it is ordered by the court, that a hearing be had upon the same on the 29 th day of December 1932, before John C. Busby, Ref eree in Bankruptcy, at Salisbury, N. C., in said district, at 2:30 o’clock in the afternoon; and that notice thereof be published in The Carolina Watchman, a newspaper printed in said district, and that all known creditors and other per sons 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 court, that the Referee in Bank ruptcy shall send by mail to all known creditors, copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them at their places of resi dence, as stated. Witness the Honorable Johnson J. Hayes, judge of the said court, and the seal therof, at Greens boro, N. C., in said district, on the 25th day of November, 1932. Signed—Johnson J. Hayes, United States Judge. MORTGAGE OF SALE Pursuant to the provisions con tained in a Mortgage or Condi tional Sales Contract, registered in Book No. 100, page 3 89, made by L. M. Swanson, for the protec tion and benefit of the undersign ed, on the 9th day of April, 1932, default having been made in a pay ment of this debt and an Assess ment contracted to be paid by the maker of this Mortgage, which said Conditional Sales Contract was given to secure the undersign ed will sell at public sale for cash at the Courthouse, Salisbury, N. C., on the 17th day of December, 1932, at 12:00 Noon, the follow ing personal property: One Buick sedan, motor No. 2124312 serial No. 2029318, 1928 model, conveyed by the said L. M. Swanson, to satisfy the debt provided for in said Conditional Sales Contract. This the 21st day of Novem ber, 1932. RANEY-CLINE MOTOR COMPANY, Mortgages. By C. F. Raney, Sec. & Treas. Dec. 2—Dec. 16. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE Default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by a certain deed of trust executed to the First National Company of Durham, Incorpora ted, Trustee by A. C. Robinson and wife, Bessie L. Robinson, on the fiFst day of August, 1928 on fihe lands! herein described, said deed of trust being recorded in Book 109, page 163 in the office of the Register of Deeds for Row an County, N. C., the undersign ed will, having been so requested by the holder of said indebtedness, offer for sale to the highest bid der for cash at the courthouse door in Rowan County, N. C., at twelve o’clock noon on Wednes day, December 28th, 1932, the lands described in said deed of trust, to-wit: Beginning at a stake ai the West corner of the intersection of Fif teenth Street and North Main Street and runs thence with the West side of Fifeenth Street South 23 deg. IS mins. East 194 feet to a stake on an alley; thence with the line of said alley South 66 degrees 45 minutes West SO feet to a stake, Isenhour’s corner; thence with Isenhour’s line North 23 degrees, IS mins. West 19<t feet to a stake on the South side of North Main Street; thence with the South side of North Main Street North 66 degs. 45 mins. East 5 0 feet to;1 the beginning, art A Kpino ' flip Cl m a nrnnpfftr ic o - r r / conveyed to A. C, Robinson and wife, Bessie L. Robinson by N. P. Murphy, (Widower,) by deed May 15, 1920, and registered in Book of Deeds 160, page 268, in the office of Register of Deeds for Rowan County, N. C. The purchaser at the fore closure sale assumes the payment of all unpaid taxes an.! street as sessments. This 23rd day of Nov. 1932. W. G. BRAMHAM and T. L. BI AND, Receivers, First National Co., of Durham, Inc., Trustee. Dec. 2—Dec. 23. RESALE OF VALUABLE REAL PROPERTY Pursuant to the provisions con tained in a certain mortgage deed, dated August 10th 1931, executed by M. A. Powlas to Thomas Ro bertson, which mortgage deed is duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for Rowan Coun ty, in Book of Mortgages No. 117, page 312, the within described pre mises was sold at public ouction at the courthouse door in Salisbury on the 12th day of November 1932, and an advanced bid having been placed upon same within ten days after said sale; the undersigned mortgagee pursuant to the provi sions contained in said mortgage deed and under and by virtue of an order of the Superior Court authorizing, directing and empow ering him to readvertise and resell said property; will sell at public auction at the courthouse door in Salisbury, N. C., at 12 o’clock, noon, on the 1 Oth day of December 1932, the following described real property, locted in Franklin Town ship, Rowan County, N. C. Beginning at a stone in the Wil kesbarre Road A. E. Miller’s cor ner, thence S. 64% 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, Mil ler’s corner; thence N. 62 deg. E. 3.80 chains to a cedar on Miller’s line, Noah Powlas’ corner; thence N. 23 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 in 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. 8.16 chains to the begin ning, containing 4 and nine tenths acres, more or less. This the 23rd day of Nov. 1932. THOMAS ROBERTSONr Mortgagee L. A. Swicegood, Attorney. Nov. 2'5J—Dec. 2 SALE OF VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY Pursuant to the terms of a cer tain Deed of Trust executed by Charles L. Burkett and wife, Lil lian N. Burkett, on June 1, 1927, so David B. Harris and Tristram T. Hyde, Jr., Trustees, and record ed in Book of Mortgages No. 102, page 471, in the office of the Reg ister of Deeds for Rowan County, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness there in secured, and at the request of the holder of the notes therein secured, the undersigned David B. Harris, Acting Trustee, will ex pose for sale at public auction for cash, at the courthouse door in the city of Salisbury, N. C., on Saturday, December 17, 1932, at the hour of 12M, the following de scribed real estate: All that lot or parcel of land, with the improvements thereon, situate, lying and being in Salis bury Township, city of Salisbury, N. C., Rowan County, and descri bed as follows: Beginning at a stake at a point of the northeastern side of Elm street N. 65 deg. 45 min. West; fifty (5 0) ft. from the North cor ner of the intersection of the Northeastern line of Elm St. and the Southwestern line of Jordan St., corner of lot No. 17, and runs thence with the line of lot No. 17 N. 20 deg. 30 min. E. 106.5 ft. to a state, corner of lot No. 18; thence with line of lot No. 18 N. 68 deg. 3 0 min. W. 50 ft. to a stake, corner of lot No. 28; thence with line of lot No. 28 S. 20 de£. 30 min. ~W. 101.5 ft. to a stake in the edge of Elm St., thence with the edge of Elm St. S. 65 deg. 45 min. E. 50 ft. to the be ginning. Being Lot No. 29 as shown on the map of the property of Mrs. E. A. Nail, recorded in Book of Maps at page ; 15 8, Register of, Deeds office for Rowan County, and being the same real estate, conveyed by G. W. Choate and wife to Charles L. Burkett, by deed dated March 17, 1927, recorded in D. B. 195, at page 22, afore said registry, to which reference is made. This November 14, 1932. david b. Harris, Acting Trustee. Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys. Nov. 25—Dec. 16. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE Default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secur ed by a certain deed of trust exe cuted to the First National Com pany of Durham, Incorporated, Trustee, by Homer S. Safrit and wife, Roxie l ee Safrit on the first day of August 1928, on the lands herein described, said deed of trust being recorded in Book 107, page 173, in the office of the Register of Deeds for Rowan County, N. C., the undersigned will, having been so requested by the holder of said indebtedness, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash at the courthouse door in Rowan County, N. C., at twelve o’clock noon on Friday, December 23, 1932, the lands described in said deed of trust, to-wit: Beginning at a stake on the West side of South Fulton Street 347.5 feet about South from the West corner of the intersection of South Fulton Street and Maupin Avenue, White’s corner; and runs thence with White’s line North 68 degrees West 160.2 feet to a stake; thence a new line South 36 degrees 45 minutes West 44 feet to a stake on Earnhardt’s line; thence with Earnhardt’s line South 66 degrees East 103.4 feet to a stake; thence South 51 degrees East 62 feet to a stake on the West side of South Fulton Street; thence with the West side of South Fulton Street about North 25 degrees East 64 feet to the beginning, and being better known as Number 1424 South Fulton Street, Salisbury, North Carolina. The purchaser at the foreclosure sale assumes the payment of all unpaid taxes and street assessments against the property. This the 21st day of November, 1932. W. G. BRAMHAM and T. L. BLAND, Receivers, First National Company of Durham, Inc., Trustee. Nov. 25—Dec. 16. 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. IB—Dec. 23. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administra trix* of the estate of Mrs. G. W. Julian, 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 14 th day of November, ! :• ’ 3, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their re f. o. cry. Persons indebted to said estate are notified to make prompt sett'ement. This November 12, 1932. (rose Julian, Administratrix of the estate of ?vlrs. C W. Julian.. Nov. 18.—Dec. 23. 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 the1 same with the Clerk of the Super ior Court of Rowan County, on or before the 10 th 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 wijl make prompt settlement with the undersigned. Dated, this the 4th day of Nov ember, 1932. e. w. g. Huffman, Trustee. Nov. 11—Dec. 2. ■---1 MORTGAGE SALE OF FARM LANDS I 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 2583 (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 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-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. 53 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, i more or less, of the above tract has been released from the lien of the above mentioned mortgage trufst deed, and particularly the tracts described in Book of DeecfS' No. 190, page 192; Book No. 194, page 103; Book No. 195, pages 262 I and 263; and Book No. 196, page i 144. / This, the 3rd day of Nov. 1932. » t. k. carlton, Substituted Trustee B P. S. Carlton, Attorney (D. C. m, 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 B 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 ' 1 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 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 $1,023.80 and interest. This the 10 th day of November, 1932. John l. rendleman, jiR. Trustee Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys. Nov. 11—Dec. 2. JNOK1H CAROLINA ROWAN COUNTY IN THE SUPERIOR COURT BEFORE THE CLERK. B. L. Young, Administrator, C. T. A. of W. P. Young, Deceased vs. Sarah Lunda Young, widow, B. L. Young and wife, Bertha Young, Gry Young and wife Maude Young, Marvin Young and wife, Nellie Young, Paul Young (single) Annie Shelton and hus band, H. T. Shelton, Clara Cahill and husband, J. A. Cahill, Sada McCall and husband, G. H. Mc Call, Gladys Bridges and husband, S. R. Bridges, Jesey Earnhardt and husband, R. D. Earnhardt, Mable Young (Mrs. Mable Moser) and husband, A. M. Moser, Ida Early and husband, M. L. Early, Elma Griffin Elmore and husband, John Elmore, Gladys Griffiin Wilson and husband, -, Charles Grif fin (single.) NOTICE The defendants, Maude Young Nellie Young, Paul Young, G. H. McCall, S. R. Bridges, A. M. Mos er, John Elmore, - Wilson will take notice that an action as above entitled has been commenced in the superior Court of Rowaa County, North Carolina, to sell lands to make assets with which to pay the debts of the decedent es- i tate and cost of administration: j and the said defendants will fur ther take notice that they are re—, f quired to appear at the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Rowan County in the courthouse in Salisbury, North Carolina, on the 8th day of December, 1932, or 30 days thereafter, and answer or demur to the complaint in said action or the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief de manded in. said complaint. Dated, this the 7th day of Nov 1932. blanche lampert, Depty. Clerk Superior Court, Rowan County. Nov. 11—Dec. 2. 1 A Laxative that costs only 1$ or less a dose NEXT TIME you need medicine to act on the bowels, try Thed ford’s Black-Draught. It brings quick relief and is priced within reach of all. 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