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FIND AUTO OF MORE VALUi
THAN A WIFE
Kingston, Ont.—Three wome
judges listened gravely to a debat
on ■ the subject, "Resolved, That
Wife Is of More Benefit to a Ma:
Than an Automobile/’ Th.ej
they ruled unanimously that . th
upholders of the automobile ha
won.
THOMAS W. GREGORY DIES
Thomas W. Gregory, 71, of Mis
sissippi, attorney general in th
Wilson cabinet, died in New Yor'
of pneumonia.
RE-SALE OF VALUABLE QUARRY
ANfl FARMING LAND
Pursuant to the power containe
in a certain mortgage deed of trus
executed by E. C. Gregory and wif
to the undersigned Trustee, date
the 7th day of July, 1922, whic
is duly recorded in the office of th
Register of Deeds for Rowan coun
ty in Book of Mortgages No. 78
at page 248, default having beei
made in the payment of the indebt
edness therein secured, the under
signed Trustee will expose for sal
at public auction for cash at th
courthouse door in in the City o
Salisbury, N. C., on Saturday, Mai
18, 1933, at 12 o’clock, noon, th
following described real estate:
An undivided two-thirds inter
est in and to the following descri
bed real estate:
Tract No. 1: One certain trac
pf land containing fifty acres,
more or less, known as the "Safrii
Tract”, situate on the North sidi
of the Yadkin Railroad and aboui
200 yards East of the Railroac
Depot of the Town of Granite
Quarry, and about four miles Easi
of the City of Salisbury and bein£
described by metes and bounds ac
cording to an old deed from N. B.
McCanless to John S. Henderson,
dated June 8, 1891, as follows, to
wit: —
Beginning at a stone pile on
Murdock’s line, and funs 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 stone:
thence S. 3.70 chains to a stake on
Bame’s line; thence N. 89 deg. W.
23.50 chains to a stake on Lyerly’s
line; thence N. 5 0 links to a stake,
Lyerly’s corner; thence N. 88 deg.
W. 7.5 0 chains to a stake; thence
N. 31 chains to the beginning, con
taining fifty (5 0) acres, more or
less,-and being "paTl^ of' the land
that was deeded by D. R. Julian
and wife to the North Carolina
Gold Mining Company by inden
ture dated November I, 188 8, and
recorded 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, regis
tered in Book of Deeds No. 74,
page 24.
Bidding to begin at $886.49.
Terms of Sale: cash.
Dated this the 1st day of March,
1933.
HARRY ARBY, Trustee
Mar. 3—10.
RE-SALE OF VALUABLE QUARRY
AND FARMING LAND';
Pursuant to the powers contain
ed in a certain Mortgage Trust
Deed 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 coun
ty, in Book of Mortgages No. 68,
page 99, default having been nu-Je
in afe pavty*nt 0{ the indebtedness
^ITrein secured, and at the request
of the holders of the note therein
secured, the undersigned Trustee
will expose for sale, at public auc
tion for cash at the courthouse
door in the City of Salisbury, N.
C., on Saturday, March 18th,
1933, at 12 o’clock, noon, the fol
lowing described real estate:
An undivided two-thirds share
or interest of, in and to the follow
ing described tract of land, situate
in Salisbury Township, Rowan
county N. C., to-wit:
Tract No. 4. Containing 72
Begin Taking Cardui
Today If You Suffer
Like This Lady Did
“WHEN I was a girl, I began tak
ing Cardui,” write® Mrs. Maggie
Stanfield, of Crandall, Ga. “I was
very irregular for twelve months.
Nothing did me veTy much good
until my mother began to give me
this medicine. Then I got all
right, stout and well.
“After I was married, I was in
bad health. I began taking Cardui
again. I was troubled with my
back a lot. Was awfully restless.
' . I could not sleep well. I Just
weighed 90 pounds when I began
taking Cardui. I improved rapidly.
Before long I weighed 126 pounds.
L felt fine. I was able to do a
good day’s work.”
Cardui is sold by druggists here.
I acres, more or less, and known a
the Betty Kluttz Flat Rock Place
1 and adjoining the lands of Edmun<
s Earnhardt, Adam Earnhardt, an,
i others; for boundardies and mor
1 particular description of which se
i deed from J. M. Haden to T. H
e Vanderford, dated July 8, 1891
1 and registered in Book of Deed
Vol. 74, page 18, in the office o
the Register of Deeds for Rowai
county.
Bidding to begin at $1110.90.
e Terms of Sale: cash.
i Dated this 1st. day of March
1933.
b. h. isenhower, Truste
Mar. 3—10.'
5 -
1 NORTH CAROLINA, ROWAN COUNT
t In The Superior Court
J Arthur Holshouser, Plaintiff
; vs.
1 Bessie Ellen Holshouser. Defendant
NOTICE
The defendant above named wil
’ take notice that an action entitle!
as above has been commenced ii
the Superior Court of Rowai
County, North Carolina, to secur
a divorce on the grounds of deser
: tion under the Statute; and saii
defendant will further take notici
that she is required to appear a'
the Office of the Clerk of the Sup
__ _ C T>_ /-!
jviiv/1 VJVUJ i Vi xwwail VaUUIlUJ
North Carolina, not later thar
thirty (30) days from date of ser
vice of this summons and answei
or demur to the complaint in saic
action, or the plaintiff will applj
| to the court for the relief demand
ed in the complaint.
This the 28 th day of February.
1933.
B. D. MCCUBBINS;
Clerk Superior Court.
Mar. 3—24.
NOTICE OF SALE
Pursuant to Section 243 S of the
Consolidated Statutes of North
Carolina, 1919, and amendments
thereto, the undersigned, will on
Saturday, March 18, 193 3, expose
for sale, at the Salisbury Municipal
Airport, Salisbury, N. C., at 12:00
o’clock, noon, the following des
cribed personal property, to-wit:
1 Waco airplane, 0X10, Serial
No. 1263, identification No. 3865.
This airplane is offered for sale
to satisfy a certain mechanics lien
for work and repairs done upon
said airplane by T. J. Pridgen, of
Salisbury, N. C., in the amount of
$454.25, no part of said amount
having been paid by R. F. Sud
darth, Albemarle, N. C., owner of
said airplane.
T. j. pridgeNj Salisbury, N. C.
E. W. G. Huffman, Attorney.
Mar. 3—10.
RE-SALE OF FARM LANDS
_ Pursuant to the terms of a cer
tain Mortgage Deed of Trust, exe
cuted by L. F. Poe and wife, Hat
5 tie Poe, and Linwood Ingram an<
, wife, Luegenia Ingram, on Jum
l 30, 1928, and recorded in the offici
1 of the Register of Deeds for Rowai
.* (bounty in Book of Mortgages 122
: page 181, and by virtue of an orde
. of re-sale made by D. B. McCub
, bins, Clerk, on February 22, 1933
s the undersigned, J. S. Morgan
f Admr. of B. C. Cauble, Mortgage
» and Trustee, will expose for re-sal
at public auction for cash, at th
courthouse door in Salisbury, N
C., on Saturday, March 11, 1933
, at the hour of 12M., the followin;
property:
: All the right, title and interes
of L. F. Poe and wife, Hattie Poe
■ and Linwood Ingram and wife
r Luegenia Ingram, in and to thi
following property:
"Situate in Providence Township
beginning at a stone Edwar<
Poole’s corner; thence South 13 V:
deg. West 4 chains to stake, Poole’
['corner; thence S. 57 deg. E. 1
j\ chains to a stake on Poole’s line
thence N. 48 /2 deg. E. 20 chain:
ti to a stone on O. V. Poole’s line
,1 thence N. 60 deg. W. 27.32 chain:
'j to a black oak stump on Linebar
[ tier’s line; thence N. 88 deg. W
/■ 10.16 chains to a red oak on Jacot
j Brown’s line; thence S. 66 deg. E
118 chains to the beginning corner
j being 51 % ■ acres, more or less, les:
,22l/2 acres deeded to Polly Holme:
and James McCoy.
Bidding will begin at $44.00.
This February 22, 1933.
j. s. Morgan, Admr. B. C. Cauble.
Mortgagee and Trustee.
Mar. 3—10.
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
Notice To: Al McGee, Owner:
The above named, Al McGee,
will take notice that the undersign
ed, Central "One-Stop’’ Service
Station will offer for sale at public
auction to the highest bidder, or
bidders, for cash, at the office, or
garage, of Central "One-Stop”
Service Station, on North Main
Street, Salisbury, North Carolina,
on Wednesday, the 8 th day of
J March, 1933, at 12 o’clock, noon,
in order to satisfy mechanic’s lien
and storage, in the sum of $69.90,
the following described personal
property, to-wit:
Whippet Coach, Motor No.
3A-107151, Serial No. 103858,
1927 Model.
This the ',f'th day of February,
1933. •'
CENTRAL "ONE-STOP” > SERVICE
STATION
Hudson & Hudson, Attorneys.
Feb. 24—Mar. 3.
RE-SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN
TOWN OF FAITH, N. C.
Pursuant to the terms and con
ditions of a certain mortgage
deed of trust, executed by Effie J.
B. Fraley to J. C. Kesler, Trustee,
dated February 1, 1923, and regis
tered in the Register’s Office of
Notice ot 1 own Primary, General Municipal
Election, Appointment of Registrar and
Judges, Etc., as Provided Under the
Charter of The Town of East
Spencer and the Laws of
The State
Pursuant to the provisions of
the charter of the Town of East
Spencer, and the laws of the State
of North Carolina, and a resolution
adopted by the Board of Aider
men of the Town of East Spencer,
on the 20th day of February, 193 3,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
1. That the general municipal
primary elecrion for the nomina
tion of ten candidates for Mayor
and Board of Aldermen and_ten
candidates for School Committee
to be voted for at the general muni
cipal election of the Town of East
Spencer will be held on Saturday,
April 22, 1933, provided there are
more fhan ten candidates, ,.,J in
case said primary elecrion is held,
the polls will be open from sunrise
until sunset.
2. That the general municipal
election for the Mayor and Board
of Aldermen, and for the Board of
Education, or School Committee,
for the Town of East Spencer, will
be held on Tuesday, May 2, 193 3,
for the purpose of electing a Mayor
and four Aldermen, and for the
further purpose of electing five
School Committeemen or Board of
education, and the polls will open
on said date for said election frem
sunrise until sunset.
3. The Registrar will open the
registration books on March 13,
1933, and keep said regis: .on
x>oks open between the he f
9:00 a. m. and sunsets c eh
day (Sundays excepted), un
set on April 8, 1933. On e c
urday during the period of
rration, the Registrar shall nd
with his registrtion books he
polling place, to-wit: the Town
Hall of the Town of East Spencer,
for the registration of voters,
keeping said books open from 9:00
a. m. to 6:00 p. m. on said Sat
urdays.
4. That all persons who are
qualified to vote at the general
municipal election of May 2, 1933,
shall be qualified to vote at the
primary election on April 22, sub
ject to challenge as provided by
law. Saturday, April 15, 19,33,
has been designated as challenge
day. All challenges may be held
and heard at this time.
5. That for the purpose of
holding said primary and general
municipal elections, the polling
place shall be the Town Hall.
6. That the Registrar and Jud
ges for the purpose of holding said
primary and general municipal elec
tions, have been elected by the
Board of Aldermen, and are as fol
lows: -v
REGISTRAR: J. W. Marshall.
JUDGES: D. L. R. Poole and C.
S. Earnhardt.
7. That all candidates are re
quired to file their application with
the clerk of, the Board by mid
night of April 12, 1933, in order
h t their names may be printed
on the tickets, all according to law.
8. That no person shall be al
owed to vote, either in said pri
mary election or in the gener !
municipal election, whose names
does not appear on the registration
books; and no person shall be pr -
mitted to register after the clos j
f the registration books, unless
ins become qualified to register and
vote between the date of closing
the registration books and
date of the election, according ..
law.
9. By order of the Board of
Aldermen, this, the 20th day of
February, 1933, J. H. Blackwelder,
Town Clerk.
Feb. 24—Mar. 17.
1 Rowan County in Book of Mort
: gages No. 74, page 278, defauli
:i having been made, and pursuant tc
l an order of the Clerk of the Super
ior Court directing a re'-sale o:
the property described in saic
mortgage deed of trust, an in
creased hid having been placed or
the price bid at a former sale, anc
defaul't having been made in thi
payment of the note secured b;
said mortgage deed of trust, thi
undersigned trustee will re-sell ai
public auction, to the highest bid
der, for cash, at the courthousi
door in Salisbury, N. C., on Mon
day the 13th day of March, 1933
at 12 o’clock, noon, the following
described real estate, to-wit:
Situated, lying and being ir
Litaker Township, Rowan County
, Beginning at a stone in Mair
I Street or Mount Pleasant road, cor
ner of lot No. 4; and runs thence
; West 77/2 deg. S. 280 feet to i
stone on Peeler’s line; thence N
17% deg. West 66 feet to a stone,
i W. M. Bare’s corner; thence East
89 deg. North 280-feet to a stone
in said street or road; thence with
said street or road 66 feet to the
beginning, containing 17/100 a
cres, be the same more or less. This
property is situated in the village
of Faith, N. C.
This February 18, 1933.
j. c. kesler, Trustee
P. S. Carlton, Attorney.
Feb. 24—Mar. 10. —
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as executors of
the estate of W. A. Costner, this
;s 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 2 5 Eh day of Febru
ary, 1934, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
Persons indebted to said estate are
notified to make prompt settle
ment.
This February 22, 1933.
O. A. Costner and mrs. jennie
c bei.l, Executors of estate of W.
A. Costner, dec’d.
Jonas & Jonas and E. W. G. Huff
man, Attys.
Feb. 24—Mar. 31.
NORTH CAROLINA, ROWAN COUNTS'
In The Superior Court.
Pearl Reed, Plaintiff
vs"
Clyde Reed Defendant.
Notice
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Rowan coun
ty, by his wife, Pearl Reed, for a
divorce from the bonds of matri
mony on the grounds of five years
separation, and the said defendant
will further take notice that he is
required to appear on the 6 th day
of March, 1933 or thirty days
thereafter before the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Rowan county
in Salisbury, N. C., and answer or
demur to the complaint of said
action, or the plaintiff will app!
to the court for the relief demand
ed in said complaint.
Dated this the 4th day of Feb
ruary. 1933.
B. D. MCCUBBINS,
Clerk of the Superior Court.
J. M. Waggoner, Attorney.
Feb. 10—Mar. 3.
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
Pursuant to the terms and pro
visions of a certain Mortgage Deed
of Trust, executed by James Fran
cis Griffith and wife, Grace Wat
son Griffith, to James L. Fisher,
Trustee, dated December 31, 1931,
and recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds for Rowan
county in Book of Mortgages No.
118. page 156, default having been
made in the payment of the inde
btedness therein secured, and at the
request of the holder of the notes
therein secured, the undersigned
Trustee will expose for sale at pub
lie auction for cash at the court
house door in the City of Salisbury,
N. C., on Saturday, March 11,
1933, at the hour of 12M., the fol
lowing described property:
Lying in Franklin Township,
beginning at a stake in the new
Statesville Road (State Highway
No. 10), W. A. Carscadden’s cor
ner, and runs thence North 9 deg.
East 10.85 chains to a stone, Mrs.
Robinson’s corner; thence North
86 deg. West 22 chains to a stone,
Mrs. Robinson’s corner; thence
North 3 deg. East 19 chains to a
"tone; thence South 87 deg. East
7 25 chains to a stake; thence
North 3 /z deg. East 2 chains to a
•>ine; thence South 69 deg. East
6.60 chains to a stake; thence
North 2 Z2 deg. East 3 chains to a
stone; C. T. Kepley’s corner; thence
South 87 deg. East 10.3 8 chains to
1 cedar, Kepley’s corner; thence
North 20 deg. East 2.05 chains to
.1 stone; thence North 82 deg. East
3.25 chains to a stone; thence
North 5 deg. East 6.40 chains to
a stone, Kepley’s corner; thence
South 84 deg. East 4.50 chains to
,a stone; thence South 60 34 deg.
East 13.63 chains to an iron stake
C. T. Kepley’s corner thence South
' 3 deg. 56 min. West 36.95 chain:
to a stake in the new Statesville
Road; thence with the center oi
l said road North 84 deg. West 23.71
chains to the beginning, containing
i 137.85 acres more, or less.
1 For back title, see'Book of Deed:
s 211, page No. 126.
This property will be sold sub
i.ject to prior mortgage in favor oi
Greensboro Joint Stock Land Ban!
for $1700.00 and interest, and al
: outstanding taxes.
This February 3, 1933.
james l. fisher, Trustee
John L. Rendleman, Attorney.
Feb. 10—Mar. 3.
mortgage sale
Pursuant to the provisions con
tained in a mortgage trust deed
registered in book No. 112, page
121, made by Usher Butler and
wife, Berenza Butler, for the pro
tection and benefit of T. L. Trex
ler, on the 28th day of February,
1929, default having been made in
the payment of this debt, which
said mortgage was given to secure,
and the said T. L. Trexler having
been declared a bankrupt and the
said mortgage herein described be
ing part of the assets of the said
bankrupt, the undersigned trustee
in bankruptcy of T. L. (Thomas
L.) Trexler, will offer for sale to
the highest bidder, for cash, at
the courthouse door in Salisbury,
N. C., on Saturday the 18 th day
of March, 1933, at 12 o’clock M.,
the following property:
Beginning at a stake, Butler’s
corner, on Harris’ line, said stake
being 104 feet South 1 Deg. West
from a stake in Northwest Street,
the old Blackmer corner; and runs
thence with Charles Harris’ line
South 1 deg. West 104 feet to a
stake in Everett Street; thence
with .Everett Street South 88 deg.
East 44 feet to a stake; thence
North 1 deg. East 104 feet to a
stake, Butler’s corner; thence with
Butler’s line North 88 deg. West
44 feet to the beginning, and be
ing the rear half of the lot convey
ed by Fisher R. Mason and wife
Fannie Mason to Usher Butler and
wife Berenza Butler by deed dated
Dec. 6, 1926, and registered • in
book of deeds No. 194, page 272
in the office of the Register of
Deeds for Rowan County. For
back title see deed Book No. 197,
page 234, also Books 205, page 278
in said office.
Conveyed by the said Usher But
ler and wife Berenza Butler to sat
isfy the debt provided for in said
mortgage to T. L. Trexler.
This Feb. 15, 1933.
L. A. SWICEGOOD,
Trustee in Bankruptcy of Thomas
L. Trexler.
Feb. 17—Mar. 10.
trustee’s sale of bankrupt
PROPERTY
Pursuant to an order of W. T.
Shuford, Referee in Bankruptcy of
the United States Court for the
Middle District of North Caro
lina, appointing the undersigned
Trustee in bankruptcy of Thomas
L. Trexler, bankrupt, and directing
a sale of bankrupt’s property, the
undersigned trustee will pursuant
to said order offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash all of the
real estate of the said bankrupt at
the courthouse door in Salisbury,
N. C-ron Saturday, the 18th day
of March, 1933. The said real es
tate being described as follows:
1st tract: Lying on the east
side of the old Mocksville road, a
bout one mile from the city limits
of Salisbury, N. C., Beginning at a
stake in the said Mocksville B.oad,
Lee Mahaley’s corner; thence with
his line South 86 deg. 15 mitt. East
21.28 chains to a stake corner to
colored church lot; thence North 3
deg. 15 min. East 11.00 chains to
a stake, M. A. Trexler’s corner;
thence North 84 deg. 3'0 min.
West 18.10 chains to a stake in the
Mocksville Road; thence with said
Road South 23 deg. West 12.11
chains to the beginning, contain
ing 22 and one tenths acres, rr.o*e
or less. For back title seif...deed
book No. 166, page 135, in the
office of the Register of Deeds for
R riTirin r*minttr
2nd tract: Beginning at a stone
3.16 chains North 11 deg. 48 min.|
East from the North side of the
road running in front of the jch jl
house lot, and running thence;
from the North corner of the
school house lot North 11 deg. 48
min. East 11.56 chains to a stake
on Trexler and Chunn’s line;
thence North 87 deg. West 45
links to a stake; thence Son'll 11
deg. 48 min. West 4 chains to a
stake, corner of lot No. 1 and 2;
thence .North 87J4 deg. West ( 8
chains to a stake T. L. Trexler’s
corner; thence South 3 deg. 15
min. West 7.84 chains to a st >ne,
corner of Church lot; then :e with
line of'church lot and school ’ c ise
lot South 86 deg. 50 min. East 5.51
chains, more or less, to a stone, the
beginning corner on Jim Chunn’s
line, containing 5 and 17/100 ac
res, more or less. For back title
see deed \>ook No. 206, page 97 ir
said office.
3rd tract: Beginning .it a stake
in a branch, J. A. Kester’s cornel
in Trexler’s line; thence North 85
deg. West 26.50 chains to a 'tone
in a road, the old Johnson corner:
thence North 27 deg. 30 min. Easi
11.75 chains to a stake in a branch
J A. Kester’s corner; thence wit!
said branch as it meanders Soutl
41 deg. East 6 chains to a stake:
thence South 70 deg. East 5 chains;
thence North 86 deg. East 4 chain:
thence South 77 3eg. East 4.25
chains thence South 51 deg. East
5.85 chains to the beginning, con
taining 12 and one fourth acres,
more or less: For back title see
deed in Book No. 182, page 259 in
said office.
The said property will be sold
free and clear of all liens and en
cumbrances, and the terms will be
cash upon confirmation of the Re
feree.
This the 15 th day of February,
1933.
L. A. SWICEGOOD,
Trustee in Bankruptcy of Thomas
L. Trexler. „
Feb. 17—Mar.-10.
SALE OF VALUABLE FARM LAND
Pursuant to the terms and prov
sions of a certain mortgage deed of
trust executed by G. Love Miller
and wife, Sarah A. Miller, to John
W. Miller, Trustee and Mortgagee,
dated March 1st, 1929, and re
corded in the office of Register of
Deeds for Rowan County in book
of mortgages No. 112 page 136,
default having been made in the
payment of the indebtedness there
in secured, the undersigned Trus
tee and Mortgagee will expose for
sale at public auction, for' cash,
at the courthouse door in the City
of Salisbury, • N. C., on Saturday
March 11th, 1933 at the hour of
12M. the following real estate sit
uate in Cleveland* Township and
described as follows:
Being a part of the John Kerr
tract of land situated Northwest
of Cleveland and about two miles
and bounded as follows: Begin
ning at an iron stake, M. A. Ply
ler’s corner on Lucky line; thence)
South 17 deg. East 26.90 chains
to a stake, W. Rockwell’s corner;
thence South 85 deg. West 37
chains to a hickory, Rockwell’s
corner on J. F. Anderson’s line;
thence North 2 deg. East 18.60
chains to a stone, M. A. Plyler’s
corner; thence North 62 deg. East
3 8.80 chains to the beginning, con
taining 72 acres, more or less. This
tract of land bought from J. B.
Johnson and wife, Gussie Knox
Johnson and Mrs. Catherine Farm
wait.
This February 8 th, 1933.
JOHN W. MILLER,
Trustee and Mortgagee.
Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys.
Feb. 17—Mar. 10.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as administra
tor of the estate of Mary J. Thomp
son, 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 6 th day of
February, 1934, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
Persons indebted to said estate are
notified to make prompt settle
ment.
This February 2nd, 1933.
.T. w. Thompson, Administrator
of the Estate of Mary J. Thomp
son, Deceased.
Stahle Linn, Attorney.
Feb.3—Mar. 10.
NOTICE OF SALE
North Carolina,
Rowan County.
Under and by virtue of an order
of the Clerk of the Superiior Court
of Rowan County, made in the
special proceeding entitled L. C.
Carter, Administrator of ' R. L.
Carter, deceased, vs. D. W. Car
ter, et al, the same being No.
upon the special proceeding docket
of said court, the undersigned
commissioner will on the 18 th
day of March, 1933, at 12 o’clock
M., at the courthouse door in Sal
isbury, North Carolina, offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash
those certain tracts of land lying
auu ueing m Minina strove I own
ship, Rowan County, North Caro
lina, adjoining the lands of E. L.
Wagoner, Whit Wilhelmn, -Jacob
Bost and others, and more particu
larly described as follows, to-wit:
First tract: Beginning at a stone
R. L. Carter’s corner on railroad
and runs thence South 42 degrees
East 11.90 chains to a stone, a
new corner; thence North 26 de
grees East 4.75 chains to a stone,
a new corner; thence 58 degrees
West 10.40 chains to a stone at
the railroad; thence South 48'
degrees West 2 chains to the be
ginning, containing 3 % acres,
more or less.
Second tract: Beginning at a
point on the East side of the
track of the Southern Railway;
E. L. Wagoner's corner; thence
South 72 degrees East 3.45 chains
to a - stake, Wagoner’s corner;
thence Soufh 87 degrees East '6.10
chains to an iron stake, Carter’s
corner; thence North 59 degrees
West 7.69 chains to a stake on
the East side of said railroad;
thence South 51 degrees West, a
long the railroad 3.75 chains to
the beginning containing one and
eight-tenths acres, more or less.
Third tract: Beginning at 3
stone, Whit Wilhelm’s corner; and
rims thence North 45.9 degrees
West 10.10 chains to a stone Wil
helm’s corner; thence South 89
degrees West 60 links to a new
corner; thence South 50.9 West
4.72 chains to a stone, a new
corner; thence South 60 degrees
East 7.40 chains to a stone, a new
corner on Jacob Bost’s line;
thence with his line North 87.9
degrees East 5.06 chains to the
beginning; containing four and
one-tenth acres, more or less.
Fourth tract: Beginning at a
stone at the railroad, Carter’s cor
ner, runs thence with his line
South 45 degrees East 9.50 chains
to a stone, a new corner on Car
ter’s line; thence a new line
North 47 degrees 4.20 chains to a
stone on the bank of railroad a
new corner; fhence with said rail- '
road South 48 degrees 4.60 chains
to a stone at railroad on the old
line; thence North 89 degrees
East 80 links to the beginning,
containing four and eighteen
hundredths "ores, more or less.
TERMS OF sale: CASH.
This 16th day of Feb. 1933.
L. c. carter, Commissioner.
Feb. 17—Mar. 10.
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
Pursuant to the terms of a cer
tain mortgage deed of trust execut
ed by Frank Oakley and wife,
Charlotte- Oakley, on May 10th,
1921 to D. A. Rendleman, Trustee
and recorded in Book of Mortgages
No. 76, page 269, in the Office of
the Register of Deeds for Rowan
County, default having been made
in the payment of the indebtedness
therein secured, and at the request
of the holder of the note, the un
dersigned Trustee will expose for
sale, at public auction, for cash,
at the courthouse door in Salisbury,
N. C., on Saturday, March 18th,
193 3, at the hour of 12 M., the
following described property:.
Beginning at a stone, Buiike’s
corner; thence N. 2.76 chains to
i stake, corner of Tot No. 2;
thence, West with Alex Oakley’s
line, 21 chains to a stake; thence
South 2.76 chains to a stone, File’s
corner; thence East 21 chains to
the beginning, containing 5.80
acres, and being lot No. 1 in the
division of the land of Robert
Oakley, deceased.
The above property will be sold
subject to all prior taxes and other
liens. *
This the 14th day of February,
1933. - "
d. a. rendleman, Trustee
Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys.
Feb. 17—Mar. 10.
NOTICE OF SALE OF .REAL ESTATE
Default having been made in the
payment of the indebtedness se
cured by a certain deed of trust
txecuted to the First National
Company of Durham, Inc., Trus
tee on the first day of August,
1928, by J. A. Arey and wife,
Lona Arey, on the lands herein de
scribed, said deed of trust being
recorded in Book 109, page 223, in
the office of the Register of Deeds —
for Rowan County, N. C., the un
dersigned will, having been so re
quested by the holder of said in
debtedness, offer for sale at public
auction to the highest bidder for
cash at the courthouse door in
Rowan County, N. C., at twelve
o clock noon on Monday March
20th, 1933, the lands described in
said deed of trust, to-wit:
Beginning at a stake on the South
side of North Long Street,' J. J.
Nicholson’s comer, and runs thence
with Nicholson’s line, South 27 de
grees 30 minutes East 2Q0 feet to
a stake, thence South 62 degrees
30 minutes West 152 feet to a
stake, corner of Lot. No. 49 thence
with the line of Lot No. 49, North
27 degrees 30 minutes West 200
feet to a stake o nthe South side nf
\T T_ 0. 1
-- 6 tnence witn
the South side of North Long
Street North 62 degrees 30 minutes
East 152 feet to the beginning*
and being the same property as
conveyed to J. A. Arey by the Arev
Bnck and Lumber Company, bv
deed dated June the 28 th, 1928,
and duly registered in the office of
the Register of Deeds r Rowan
County, North Carolina
The purchaser at the foreclosure
sale assumes the payment of all un
pai“ 'taxes,and street assessments.
This 14th day of February, 1933.
W. G. BRAMHAM AND T. L. BLANd!
Receivers, First National Com
pa?y °f I?i,rham> Inc-> Trustee.
Feb. 24—Mar. 17.

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