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Turn Under Legumes
To Increase Corn Yield Profitable corn yields cannot be obtained from most North Caro lina soils unlessi legumes are grown during the winter or cariy spring and plowed under to increase the organic matter in the fields says Dr. H. B. Mann, associate agrono mist at the North Carolina experi ment station. Soils low in organic matter not • only fail to provide corn with suf ficient plant food, but ils; fail t hold enough moisture to k*;p th corn thriving during the dry sum mers Due to the low corn yields ii many parts of the State, farmer are being forced to depend mor and more upon oats, rye, wheat an< other such crops to supply tl.ei grain needs. When soybeans are picked fo; seed and the rest of the plant turn ed under the corn crops will in crease materially even though nc fertilizer is used Soybean? harvest ed for hay will hel? th? soil some but not so much as when the crof is plowed under. Application of a complete fer tilizer containing nitrogen, phos phate, and potash after soybean; have been turned under wi 1 prac tically double the corn yield, and will triple the yield over that on land where soybeins have been har vested for hay. When legumes are harvested for hay the potash content of the soil diminishes rapidly, unless re plenished by heavy applications, and the leaf tips and edges of the corn A New Kind of Farm Relief mcKKf'S 'S HOUSE Mickey mouse i• now working for the farmer. Just as every comedian is supposed to yearn to play the part of Hamlet, ■ — ■■ffin’Ty. i* nrn? t™: r1-? rinv-i ♦ take a more serious role, so now he has enlisted to help stop the foreclos ing of farm mortgages, save thou sands of cows from becoming pot roast, and incidentally improve the health of American youngsters. This is not play-acting on Mickey’s part, but a really serious effort to help the farmer. Mickey is in s literal sense working for millions of farmers. He is doing this as the leading charac ter in a drive to increase the consump tion of fluid, or bottled, milk. As America’s best-known and most loved actor, Mickey exerts a great in fluence upon American life. This is especially so with children, who re gard Mickey Mouse as a being second only to Santa Claus. To the children, then, Walt Disney’s comical little creature is now appealing to help the farmer and themselves by drinking more milk. It is generally known that once chil dren reach the age of five they drink less milk than when younger. Seeing adults drinking other beverages, youngsters wish to imitate them and in doing so neglect "the most nearly perfect food." This condition it is hoped to remedy ■with the assistance of Mickey, aided and abetted by Minnie Mouse and Pluto, their dog. Occasionally, the Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Pigs also lend their assistance, but Mickey ■end Minnie have the leading roles in the drama. For the past few months a number cf the milk companies of National Dairy, throughout the country, have been distributing to their customers a Mickey Mouse Magazine. Designed to Interest children, it contains pictures, stores and puzzles. As a magazine It is s imewhat unorthodox, since Mickey, who apparently is the editor, is also the chief correspondent, and the hero of almost every story. In addition his picture appears at least once on every page. Probably no other edii.br could give himself as' "much publicity as Mickey and get away with it. Mickey’s ability is such, though, that the magazine’s circula tion is now well over the half-million mark and steadily growing. A feature that further makes it differ from the usual magazine is that it does not car ry any advertising except for mention of the company distributing it. Mickey and his magazine have a real job ahead. Much more mlik than can be consumed is being produced at present. This oversupply of milk has meant that the farmer receives an un satisfactory average price for all of his product. The highest price is paid him for milk to be sold as fluid, or bottled. When the market cannot ab sorb sufficient fluid milk, the remain der must be made into butter, cheese and even such things as piint and poker chips. Milk used for such pur poses, of course, does not return ts the farmer nearly as much as milk sold as fluid. It is thus Mickey’s task to increase the demand for fluid milk to meet the supply, and he is exerting his vast in fluence to do so. In spite of the prime subject matter of the magazine being milk, the children are intensely inter ested in it. National Dairy milk com panies’, executives are reporting that this interest is developing less resist ance on the part of children to drink nz their daily milk supply. This in itself is a distinct achievement and should shortly be followed by an in creaud consumption in those homes wher- .he Mickey Mouse Magazine is going regularly. Within a reasonable length of time this all should mean more milk into bottles and a consequent betterment to the farmers’ average price. i I Science says Today ;j ij use a LIQUID Laxative || ;! If you want to GET RID of Constipation worries— !| The unwise use of harsh laxatives fmay drain the system, weaken the bowel muscles, and in some cases t*ven affect the liver and kidneys. A doctor will tell you that the wrong ehoice of laxatives often does more harm than good. Fortunately, the public is fast returning to the use of laxatives in liquid form. A properly prepared liquid laxa tive brings a perfect movement. There is no discomfort at the time and no weakness after. You don’t have to take “a double dose” a day ■ or two later. In buying any laxative, always j read the label. Not the claims, but j the contents. If it contains one ^ doubtful drug, don’t take it. Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin is a prescriptional preparation in which j there are no mineral drugs. Its in j gradients are on the label. By using ' it, you avoid danger of bowel strain. You can keep the bowels regular, and comfortable. The liquid test: This test has proved to many men and women that their trouble was not “weak bowels,” but strong cathartics: First: select a good liquid laxa tive. Second: take the dose you find is suited to your system. Third: gradually reduce the dose until bowels are moving regularly with out any need of stimulation. Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin has the highest standing among liquid laxatives, and is the one generally used. It contains senna, a natural laxative which is perfect ly safe for the youngest child. Your druggist has Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin. SICK HEADACHE Many cases of SICK HEADACHE are due to constipation. If you have headache that is due to con stipation, take Thedford’s BLACK DRAUGHT for refreshing relief. "I have taken Black-Draught, when needed, for about 15 years," writes Mr. J. W. Cooper, of Long view, Texas. "I first began to use it for sick headache that seemed to come from constipation. "I would suffer about twenty four hours with these headaches. • I found out that Black-Draught would help me, so that is what I took. I am glad to recommend it to others, for this trouble, for it will give relief.” Thedford’s Black-Draught Is a purely vegetable laxative, preferred by thousands of men and women because It is so effective and economical. For Children, get the new, pleas aat-tastlng SYRUP of Thedford’t Black-Draught, In 254 & 504 bottles. CHILD .! /AMD THE SCHOOL By Dr. ALLEN G. IRELAND Dhffe. Pbytital and Health Edaeatrem | New feney State Departure at of PtMic Imttrmetree y Ventilation and Health * Resistance to illness, particularly the diseases that affect the nose, throat and lungs, depend to a sur 1 prising degree upon proper heating ’ _and ventilation. Scientific investi gation shows that three factors must be attended to make the average home or schoolhouse a health ful place. These are ture and the motion of the air. Temperature—The good health standard is 65 to 68 degrees Fah renneu. t^ooi air is stimulating and invigorating. Overheated air induces physical and mental depres son and sluggishness. Moisture—Sufficient moisture Is present when fresh outdoor air is admitted to the room. Insufficient moisture in the air causes exces sive drying of the mucous mem brane of the nose and throat, es pecially if the air is overheated. This frequently renders the indi vidual more susceptible to colds and other infectious diseases. Motion—Circulation is necessary to prevent stagnation of hot moist air around the body. Unless circu lation is otherwise provided for, keep one or more windows open tc some extent at all times, but avoid direct drafts. Slow-moving cur rents are sufficient. Jn his next article Dr. Ireland will tell what children should m* turn brown and dry up and the roots rot prematurely. The yield of corn also decreases. Nitrogen is probably tru- most important plant food element in corn production. Omitting nit rogen in fertilizer greatly reduces the yield even when parr ot the , legumes are turned under The boys are urged to learn the ' use of the shovel, but they seem to ^ shovel in the food plenty fast enough now. j SALE OF VALUABLE REAL 1 ESTATE Pursuant to the terms of a certain Mortgage Deed of Trust, executed by J. R. Deas and wife, Marian ' Heilig Deas, to F. R. Brown, Trus tee, which is recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Rowan County in Book of Mortgages No. 95. Dace 5 8. default having been . made in the indebtedness thereby secured, at the request of the holder * of such indebtedness, the under- 1 signed will expose for sale at public auction for cash, at the Court j House Door, in the City or Salis- ' bury, on Saturday, the 10th day , of March at 12 noon, the follow ing described real estate: One vacant lot, beginning on Marsh Street, the Easterly side thereof, 179 feet from the East corner of the intersection of Fulton and Marsh Streets in the line of Marian Heilig Deas’ homeplace; thence in an Easterly direction parallel wdth the rear line of th Marian Deas homeplace lot, and with line of Lot No. 2 in the Deas division, 173.4 feet to a Stake in J. D. Heilig’s line; thence S. 43-10 East wdth the said Heilig line 70 feet to a stake in the line of Lot No. 3 in the Deas subdivision; thence South 46 30 West with the line of said Lot No. 3, 178.4 feet to a Stake on Marsh Street; thence with Marsh Street 70 feet to the beginning, and being Lot No. 12 in the Deas Subdivision, and in tue rear of the Deas Homeplace, and Lot No. 2 of said division, and has a frontage of 70 feet on Marsh street, see ;viap drawn uy ivi. r.. Miller, C. E., in February, 1925, in Register’s Office. This 1st day of February, 1934 F. R. BROWN, Trustee. Feb. 16—Mar. 2. SALE OF REAL ESTATE In pursuant to the provisions of a certain mortgage deed of trust ex ecuted by W. L. Sloan and wife, Etta Sloan, on the 24th of June, 1932 and registered in book No. 122, page 138 in the office of the Register of Deeds of Rowan County to W. F. Kelsey, Trustee, default having been made in the payment of the debt. The undersigned trustee will ex pose to public sale to the highest bidder or bidders for cash at the Court House door in the town of Salisbury, N. C., on Saturday, the 3rd day of March, 1934 at 12 M, the following described real estate: BEGINNING at a stake 120 feet S. W. from the South comer of the intersection of Woodson and Caldwell Streets; thence S. W., with Caldwell Street 24 feet to a stake] at the intersection of Caldwel Street and Henderson Ave.; thenc with said Ave. S. 2 deg. W. 97 fee to a stake; Henderson’s corner thence with Henderson’s line N 82 3-8 E. 136 feet to Hendersoi and Woodson corner and Bender son’s line; thence N. W. with a lin parallel to Woodson’s plot the Enni lands, in the West Ward of th town of Salisbury, and that the es timated value thereon is $300.00. This the 2 day of Feb. 1934. W. F. KELSEY, Trustee J. M. Waggoner, Atty. Feb. 9—Mar. 2. MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to the provisions con tained in a Mortgage Trust Deec registered in Book 100 at page 74 made by Sloan Freeze, unmarried for the protection and benefit of th< undersigned, on the 28th day of April, 1927, default havng beer made in the payment of this debt, which said mortgage was given tc secure, and at the request of the holder of the note, the undersigned will sell at public sale for cash, at the Court House Door in Salisbury on the 10 th day of March, next, the following property: Beginning at a stake on Church Street (R. M. Barringer’s corner) corner to lot No. 4 and 5; thence S. 4 5 W. 80 feet to a stake in Thomas’ line; thence S. 45 E. 200 feet to a stake, Burke’s line; thence N. 45 E. 80 feet to a stake, Bar ringer’s line; thence N. 45 W. 200 feet to the beginning, being lot No. 5 in plot made by I. C. Bernhardt, July 1. 188 5 and known as the Burke lots, situated in the Great West Ward of the City of Salis bury, N. C., and on South Church street and known and described in the City Directory as No. 721 south Church Street. For back title see deed from John S. Henderson and wife to J. vf. Bostian, dated Oct. 5, 1888 and •egistered in Book of Deeds No. 79 i f ni cin R Amc_ I J. C' — - O er of Deeds for Rowan County, iee also will of J. M. Bostian Re :orded in the Office of the Clerk if Superior Court of Rowan Coun y in Will Book No. 7, page 460 or title in Sloan Freeze. Conveyed by the said Sloan ’reeze to satisfy the debt provided or in said1 Mortgage. This the 8th day of February, 934. T. G. FURR, Trustee. ;eb. 9—Mar. 9. MORTGAGE SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF LANDIS By virtue of authority contained n a certain mortgage deed of trust, lated May 21, 1930, and reg , . i y\ • » zm-c SlCTCU 111 tile l\.Cgl3lCl 3 vuivt Iowan Courtly in Book of Mort gages No. 116, page 30, from E. L. 'leming and wife, M. M. Fleming, o P. S. Carlton, Trustee, default laving been made in the payment >f the note secured thereby, and equest of foreclosure having been made by the holder of said note, he undersigned Trustee will sell at >ublic auction, to the highest bid der for cash, at the Court Fdouse loor in Salisbury, N. C., on Mon lay, March 12, 1934, at 12 o’clock Moon, the followng described real estate, to-wit: One two-story dwelling house ind lot in the Town of Landis, N. C., on the corner of Mill Street and ILailroad Avenue, and being the homeplace of the mortgagors, and more particularly described as fol lows: BEGINNING at a stake in the center of the Southern Railroad at the South corner of the intersection of said Railroad and extension of Mill Street, and runs thence with Mill Street South 44 deg. East 325 feet to the center of an alley; thence with the center of said alley South 46 dee. West 90 feet to a stake; thence North 44 deg. West, paral lel with Mill Street 120 feet to a stake; thence North 46 deg. East 18 feet to a stake; thence North 44 deg. West 205 feet crossing Rail road Avenue to the center of the Southern Railroad; thence North 46 deg. East with the center of Southern Railroad 72 feet to the be ginning, and being part of the lot described in deed from T. C. Tay lor and wife to M. M. Fleming, dated July 20, 1907, and registered in the Register’s Office of Rowan County, in Book of Deeds No. 114 page 116. Dated this 8 th day of February, 1934. P. S. CARLTON. Trustee. Feb. 9—Mar. 2. SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Pursuant to the terms of a cer tain Mortgage Deed of Trust, exe cuted by Amanda Holmes, to R. Lee Wright, Trustee, which is re corded in the Office of the Regis ter of Deeds for Rowan County in Book of Mortgages No. 78, page I : the indebtedness thereby secured t at the requet of the holder of sue! I indebtedness, the undersigned wil ■ expose for sale at public auction, 1 for cash,'at the Court House Dooi • in the City of Salisbury, on Satur : day, the 10th day of March, 1934. > at 12 noon, the following described ■ real estate: ****** One three room house on a tract of eight acres, and the eight acres, in the Town of East Spencer, ot near its Town limits, being about 1 two miles in an Easterly direction from Salisbury, and being a part of the lands of the late Thos. Holmesi which was divided by order of Court, amongst jhis hpirs-at-law, and being Lot No. 3, which was as signed to his daughter, Amanda Holmes, and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a stake corner of No. 3, on line of Lot No.- 1, and runs thence N 55 E. 22.10 chains to a Stake, cor ner of Lot No. 2; thence N. 28 W. 3.62 chains to a Stake, corner of Lot No. 4; thence S. 55 W. Z2.1U chains to a Stake on line *f No. 1; thence S. 28 E. 3.62 chains to the beginning, containing eight acres. For back title reference is here by made to Book No. 10 of Specia Proceedings, pages 100 to 117 Clerk’s Office of Rowan County. This 1st d'ay of February, 1934 R. LEE WRIGHT, Trustee. Feb. 2—16. NORTH CAROLINA, ROWAN COUNTY. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT DOROTHY McBRAYER RAGLAND, Plaintiff, —vs— JULIUS W. RAGLAND, Defendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION This cause coming on to be heard, and' being heard upon the affidavit of the plaintiff in the above entitled cause of action, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the defendant, Julius W. Ragland, is not to be found in Rowan County, and cannot, after due diligence, be found in the State of North Carolina, and It further appearing to the satis faction of the Court that the plain tiff has a good and meritorious cause of action against the defend ant for the purpose of obtaining an absolute divorce upon the grounds of two successive years of separa tion, and that it will be necessary for summons to be served on tbe i defendant by publication, he being I a necessary and proper party to said ] action; IT IS THEREFORE ORDER ED: That notice of this action be published once a week for four suc cessive wreeks in the Carolina Watchman, a newspaper published in Salisbury, Rowan ting forth the title of the action, the purpose of the same, and requiring the defendant to appear before the undersigned Clerk of the Superior Court on the 20th day of March, 1934, or within thirty days there after, and answ'er or demur to the complaint of the plaintiff which was filed on the 18th day of Janu ary, 1934, or plaintiff will be grant ed relief prayed for. This 2 day of Feb. 1934. B. D. McCUBBINS, Clerk of the Superior Court. Feb. 9—Mar. 2._ SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Pursuant to the terms of a cer tain Mortgage Deed of Trust, exe cuted by M. H. Kluttz and wife Blanche E. Kluttz, to R. Lee Wright, Trustee (property now wned by K. W. Arthurs and wife), which is recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Rowan County in Book of Mortgages No. 100, page 218, default having been made in the indebtedness thereby secured, at the request ot tne noiuer of such indebtedness, the under signed will expose for sale at public auction, for cash, at the Court House Door, in the City of Salis bury, on Saturday, the 10th day ot March, 1934, at 12 noon, the fol lowing described real estate: Beginning at a Stake in the Southern edge of Wiley Avenue, corner to Lot No. 7, and runs thence in a Southerly direction on line of Lot No. 7, 175 feet to a Stake in the edge of an alley; thence in a Westerly direction with the edge of said alley 5 0 feet to i Stake SO feet from the edge of New Jordon Street, (which was original ly Lot No. 1 in Block No. 12); thence in a Northerly direction parallel with New Jordon Street 175 feet to a Stake m the edge of Wiley Avenue; thence in an East erly direction with the edge of said Wiley Avenue 5 0 feet to the be ginning corner, and being a Lot fronting 50 feet on the South side of Wiley Avenue, and running back 175 feet to an alley, and being the Eastern half of the lot decribed i in deed from Ross M. Sigmon and wife to D. S. Tysinger and wife, dated July Jth, 1922, and'registered in Book of Deeds No. 171, page 2J1, in the Register’s Office of Rowan County, N- C. This February 1st, 1934. R. LEE WRIGHT, Trustee. Feb. 2—16. NORTH CAROLINA, ROWAN COUNTY. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT LESLIE J. ALLEN VS. , LOLA PARROTT ALLEN NOTICE The defendant Lola Parrott Allen will take notice that the plaintiff has commenced the above entitled action against her for the purpose of obtaining an absolute divorce upon the grounds of statutory period of separation, and that she is required to appear before the Clerk of Superior Court at his of fice in Salisbury, Rowan County North Carolina, on the 12 th day of iviatwi ui w 1 Liiiii unity uay thereafter and answer or demurrer to the complaint filed by the plain tiff, or the relief therein prayed for will be granted. Dated this the 31 day of Janu ary 1934. B. D. McCUBBINS, Clerk Superior Court C. P. Barringer, Atty. Feb. 2—23. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the estate of Annie E. Sherman, 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 31st day of January 1935, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Persons indebted to said estate are notified to make prompt settlement. This January 27, 1934. NOAH SHERMAN, Executor of the estate of Annie E. Sherman. John L. Rendleman, Sr., Atty. Feb. 2—March 9. i NORTH CAROLINA, ROWAN COUNTY. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT BEFORE THE CLERK. Hallie E. Cress, surviving and sole executor of the estate of Mrs. Abi gail E. C. Kress VS Kirby L. Cress, Hallie E. Cress Ernest M. Cress, W. Earle Cress Carl Shuping and wife, Marie Cres I Shuping, Hobart R. Cress and Mrs. Missouri Cress, widow, heir at law and devisee of Lester B. Cress. NOTICE TO KIRBY L. CRESS Kirby L. Cress will take notice that Hallie E. Cress, executor of the estate of Mrs. Abigail E. C. Cress has instituted proceedings to 11 1 . ^ ^ _ 1 . C . 1. )vii iuu Vvscakw luant aoavij iui payment of debts, and that the :state is insolvent, and that no per son named in the will of Mrs. Abi gail E. C. Cress will receive any thing whatsoever, and that sum mons has been issued against the lieirs at law, legatees and devisees, requiring them to appear before the Clerk of the Superior Court and answer the petition of Hallie E. Cress; You are therefore commanded to appear before the Clerk of the Su perior Court of Rowan County on the 5 th day of March or within 10 days thereafter and answer the pe tition or, demur, or show cause, if any you have, why said real estate should not be sold to make assets as prayed for in the petition, otherwise the prayers of the petitioner will be granted. This January 29th, 1934. B. D. McCUBBINS, Clerk Superior Court R. Lee Wright, Attorney. Feb. 2—23. SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Pursuant to the terms of a cer tain Mortgage Deed of Trust, exe cuted by Sherman Miller and wife, T7,-1.-1 xa:ll__ m t_ \v Trustee, which is recorded in the - Office of the Register of Deeds for i Rowan County in Book of Mort- j gages No. 95, page 116, default ' having been made in the indebted- ( ness thereby secured, at the request , of the holder of such indebtedness, the undersigned will expose for sale at public auction, for cash at the Court House Door, in the City of Salisbury, on Saturday, the 10th day of March, 1934, at 12 noon, the following described real estate 1st: BEGINNING at a Stake in the edge of the New Concord Road, Lydia Henderson’s corner., and runs thence North 43 West with her line 99 feet, more or less, to a Stake on her line; thence North 32!4 W. 11 feet, more or less, to a Stake; thence South 61 East 82 feet, more or less, to a Stake in the edge of the New Concord Road; thence South 11 Yt West 43 feet, more or less, to the beginning corner. This said lot lies in the Great South Square of the City of Salisbury, N. C, and in the part of town known as Dixon ville. ' 2nd: BEGINNING at a Stake 45 feet from the Southeasterly cor ner of the intersection of Concord Avenue and Greene Street at the corner of Lot No. 5, and runs thence in a Southeasterly direction parallel with Concord Avenue 90 feet to a Stake in corner of Lot No. 8; thence in a Southwesterly direc tion parallel with Greene Street and with Lot No. 8, 190 feet to a Stake in an Alley; thence parallel with said Alley and with Concord Ave nue and in a Northwesterly direc tion 90 feet to a Stake in line of Lot No. 5; thence in a Northeast erly direction and with line of lot No. 5, and parallel with Greene Street 190 feet to Concord Avenue, place of beginning and being Lots Nos. 6 and 7 as shown on Map page 61. For back title see Book No. 162, page 286 in the Register’s Office, Rowan County. This 1st dav of Februarv. 1934 R. LEE WRIGHT, Trustee Feb. 2—16. NORTH CAROLINA, ROWAN COUNTY. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT HARVEY R. NEWMAN VS MARGUERITE E. NEWMAN NOTICE TO DEFENDANT, ro MARGUERITE E. NEWMAN: Take notice that the plaintiff, Harvey R. Newman has com nenccd a civil action against you For the purpose of obtaining an ab iolute divorce on the ground of ieparation for two years as pro vided by Chapters 163 and 71 of :he Public Laws of 1933, and that i sworn complaint has been filed illeging that you are a non resident >f North Carolina anj could not x served with process within the State; you are therefore command :d to aonear hpfnrp flip f'lprlr nf the Superior Court of Rowan County on the 28 th day of Febru ary, 1934, or within the time pre scribed by law, and answer or de mur to the complaint filed by the plaintiff, or the plaintiff will apply . to the Court for the relief de ' manded in the complaint. This January 18 th, 1934. B. D. McCUBBINS, Clerk Superior Court, Rowan County Jan. 26—Feb. 16. ~NOTTcFTO^RiDITDRS Having qualified as Administra tor of the estate of Lois Kincaid this is to notify all persons having claims against the said decedent file an itemized, verified statement of same with the undersigned on or before the 1st day of Feb. 1935 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Persons in debted to said estate are notified to make prompt settlement. This January 20, 1934. A. L. KINCAID, Admr. of Estate of Lois Kincaid,, Dec’d. Jan. 26-Mar. 2. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administra tor C. T. A. of the estate of T. L Overcash, this is to notify <111 per sons having claims against the said decedent to file an itemized, veri fied statement of same with the un dersigned on or before the 19th day of January 193 5, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their re covery. Persons indebted to said estate are notified to make prompt settlement. This Jan. 17, 1934. GEO. R. UZZELL, Admr. C. T. A T. L. Overcash R. Lee Wright, Atty. Jan. 19—Feb. 23. NOTICE OF SALE OF PER SONAL PROPERTY The undersigned Executrix of C G. Morgan will expose at public sal the following described articles of personal property belonging to the C /~i l r « vx v-.. vj. iviuigaii, lugetner v.ith other articles too numerous1 to nention, at the homeplace of the ate C. G. Morgan, in Morgan township, on Saturday, the 17th lay of February, 1934, at 10 >’clock A. M. to-wit: Bed clothing; two feather beds; :hree oak beds; two small dressers vith mirrors; one pine chest; one lection harrow; one corn sheller; hree pitch forks; shovels; one pick; )ne mattock; several braces and jits; one cross cut saw; two garden nattocks; two hoes; one hand :art; one barrel; one cultivator; :wo wooden plow stalks; old trac er; one disc plow; one square; one wrecking bar; two double barrel ihot guns; one pistol. TERMS OF SALE: CASH. Dated this the 23 rd day of Janu aary, 1934.. MRS. ADDIE MORGAN, Executrix of C. G. Morgan, De based. fan. 26—Feb. 16.