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notice TO CREDITORS I Having qualified as Administra trix of the estate of Annie A. Sides,! this is to notify all persons having! claims against the said decedent to! file an itemized, verified statement ' 0f same with the undersigned on or before the 4th day of January, 1936, 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 2, 1936. MRS. CORA PEELER, Aministra nix of the estate of Annie A. Sides. John L. Rendleman, Jr., Atty. j-10-f-14. NORTH CAROLINA, ROWAN COUNTY. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Bessie A. Coggin —vs— C. C. Coggin NOTICE OF SUMMONS The defendant above named will take notice that an action entitled as above, has been commenced in the Superior Court of Rowan Coun ty, for the purpose of obtaining an absolute divorce from him upon the grounds of two successive years separation as provided by low; that said defendant will further take no tice that he is required to appear before the Clerk of the Superior Court of Rowan County, at his of fice in the Court House in the City of Salisbury, North Carolina, on the 10th day of February, 1936, or within thirty 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. This, the 9 th day of January, 1936. B. D. McCUBBINS, Clerk Superior Cot t. Geo. R. Uzzell, Attorney for plaintiff. J-17-F-7 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE NORTH CAROLINA, ROWAN COLNTY. Pursuant to the terms and condi tions of that certain mortgage, from Mrs. Lula I. McCubbins to L. H. Clement, Trustee, dated the 22 day of August, 1929, and registered K in Book of Mortgages No. 115. rPage 83, of Registry’s Office, Row an County, N. C., default having been made in the indebr*dn5S??or which said mortgage was given to secure, and for the protection of the holder of said indebtedness, the undersigned, will sell at Public Auction for cash, (or for terms duly announced at said sale), at the Courthouse Door in Salisbury, N. C, on Monday the 24th day of February, 1936. at 12:00 o’clock Noon, after due advertisement as provided by said instrument or by law, the following property, to wit: i-ymg in tne rsortn warn oi tne Town of Salisbury, on the North side of West Council Street, be tween Caldwell and Ellis Streets, and known as No. 518 West Coun cil Street. Beginning at a point on Council Street, one hundred and twenty-five feet from the Southeast corner of Council and Caldwell Streets, Carter’s corner; thence about Northeast parallel with Car ters’ line 200 feet to a stake, the Old Swink and Johnston’s (now— corner); thence with Vanderford’s line abou Southeast seventy five (75) feet to a stake Miller’s corner; thence about Southwest with Mil ler’s line two hundred feet (200) to Council Street; thence with Coun cil Street Seventy-five feet (75) feet to the Beginning. This sale will be left open for advance bid required by law. Dated this the 21st day of Janu ary, 1936. L. H. CLEMENT Trustee. Clement & Clement, Attys. J-24-F-14. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administra tor, CTA of the estate of D. C. Arey ,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 27th day of January, 1937, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their re covery. Persons indebted to said estate are notified to make prompt settlement. This January 23rd, 1936. J. A. MILLER, Administrator CTA of the estate of D. C. Arey. Rendleman & Rendleman, Attys. J-24-F-28 NOTICE OF SALE OF PER SONAL PROPERTY PURSUANT to section 243 5 of the North Carolina Code, 1927 the undersigned, will on Saturday, February 15, 1936, expose for sale to the highest bidder for cash at the Lingle Motor Service, Inc., 904 S. Main Street, Salisbury, N. C., at 12 o’clock noon, the following described personal property to-wit: | 1 Mormon Sedan, Serial No. YOS—Hi 24. This motor vehicle is being sold by the undersigned to satisfy a cer tain lien for repairs and storage, op erating between the owner thereof and Lingle Motor Service, Inc. Dated this the 23rd day of January, 1936. LINGLE MOTOR SERVICE, Inc. By J. B. Lingle, Manager. Jan. 24-Feb. 14. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE Under and by virtue of the power and authority contained in that cer tain mortgage deed of trust execut ed by Bynum Tugman and wife Ardelia Tugman to W. H. Lash, Trustee for J. W. Hairston and wife Mary Hairston on the 21 day of March, 193 5, which said deed of trust is recorded in book of Mort gages 123, at 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 therein secured, the undersigned, W. H. Lash, trustee, will expose for sale at public auction, for cash, at the court house door in Salsbury, N. C., on the 2nd day of March, 1936, at the hour of 12 M. the following described real estate: Lying and being in the Great South Ward of the City of Salis bury, near the National Cemetery on the Northeast side of Elm Street, between Shaver and Whar ton Streets, and being Lot No. 36 as shown on Map of Property of the Southern Life and Trust Company; BEGGINNING at a stake on the Northeast side of Elm Street at a point 150 feet E. from the. line of Shaver Street intersecting Elm Street and being corner to Lot No. 19; and runs thence in a North easterly direction in a lne parallel with Shaver Street 200 feet to cor ner of Lot No. 22; thence in South easterly direction parallel with Elm street 50 feet to corner of Lot No. 32; thence in Southeasterly direc tion in line parallel with Shaver Street 200 feet to the edge of Elm Street; thence in a Northwesterly directon with the edge of Elm Street 5 0 feet to the Beginning. This the 30th day of January, 1936. W. H. LASH, Trustee. J-3 l-F-21 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE Under and by virtue of the pow er and author y contained in that certain mortage deed of trust exe cuted by Comie Tugman and wife, Addie Tugman, to W. H. Lash, Trustee for J. .W Hairston and wife Mary Hairston on the 8 th day of Oct. 1934, which said deed of trust is recorded in Book of Mortgages 123, at page 179, 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 therein secured, the undersigned, W. H. Lash, trustee, will expose for sale at public auction for cash, at the court house door in Salisbury, N. C., on the 2nd day of March, 1936 at the hour of 12 M. the fol lowing described real estate: BEGINNING at a stake in the edge of the old Concord Road at Dollars Spent In Rowan V Will jReturn to *T YOU! f • > Ideal Club Member To Get Scholarship The outstanding 4-H club mem ber in North Caroina for 1936 will be awarded a four-year scholarship to the North Carolina State College. In addition, one such club mem ber from each of the 100 counties , will be awarded a free trip to the annual 4-H short course to be held at State College during the summer. "These valuable scholarships have been offered through the State Col lege agricultural extension service by the Chilean Nitrate of Soda Educational Bureau,” announces L. R. Harrill, state club leader, who says these awards should do much to promote the objectives of real club work among the farm boys of the State. Mr. Harrill says the awards were made possible through the interest of A. G. Floyd, former State Col lege student and manager of the Chilean Nitrate Bureau for this State. Any regularity enrolled club boy is eligible to compete but any previous winner may not com pete except in the case of county winners who may strive for the state scholarship. Winner of the State award must be eligible and make application for entering col lege during the fall following mak ing of the award; otherwise the scholarship will be given to the first alternate or revert to the scholarship fund at the College. Selection of the winner will be determined by his production as shown by his record books; by his participation in all club and com munity activities; by his leadership activities; by the story of his 4-H club experiences and by his high school record. The four-year scholarship is worth $320 and the 100 county awards will cover expenses at the annual 4-H club short course, Mr. Harrill said. BEAUTIFUL PICTURES IN TRUE COLORS It’s something new! Something different! Beautiful pictures re produced in natural tints appear regularly in the BALTIMORE SUNDAY AMERICAN. These color pictures are (reproduced in all their original tones. You will like them. Remember—in the BALTIMORE SUNDAY AMERI CAN. Your newsdealer has your copy; or mailed to you for SO cents a month, $S.OO a year. corner of Lot No. 3 running thence South 41 deg. East 222 feet to a stake on line of lot No. 4; thence with Lot No. 4, North 39 deg. East 6S feet to a stake; thence North 31 deg. West 249 feet to a stake on old Concord Road; thence with Concord Road North 30 /z deg. East 6S feet to the BEGINNING, being Lot No. 2, as shown on the plat on the E. A. and L. G. Good man property, surveyed by N. A. Trexler, in June of 1918. This the 3 0th day of January, 1936. W. H. LASH, Trustee. J-31-F-21 NORTH CAROLINA, ROWAN COUNTY. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Janie Crowell Tucker, Plaintiff vs Harry J. Tucker, Defendant SERVICE BY PUBLICATION NOTICE The defendant, Harry J. Tuck er, will take notice that an action entitled as above has been com menced in the Superior Court of Rowan County, North Carolina to obtain, on the part of the plain tiff a divorce a vinculo from the defendant; and the said defendant will further take notice that he is requited to appear at the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of said county in the courthouse in Salisbury, N. C., on the 2nd day of March, 1936, or any time thereafter within thrity days from said date and answer or demur to the com plaint in said action. Dated this 29th day of January, 1936. B. D. McCUBBINS, Clerk Superior Court. Walter H. Woodson, Attorney. J-31-F-21. Rxpiaina the marvelous Wmard \ Treatment which ia bringing ■ amazing relief. Sold on ironclad ■ money-back guarantee. 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Amecameca is visited each year by hundreds of thousands of Indians for it has the second most sacred shrine in all Mexico—a chapel built on top of a hill around the cave In which four hundred years ago dwelt the saint Fray Martin de Valencia. During Lent every year a passion play is given here which though somewhat primitive is extremely dramatic and at night when torches are used presents a most unique spectacle. It is from Amecameca that the ascent of Popocatepetl Is made. The ascent—17,794 feet—requires about a day and a half, but the descent is speeded up In many places by to boganning down the snow-covered sides on straw mats steered by In dian guides. [MPDfRN W°MfN % •ChaulOpmond William/ President of National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Chibs, Inc. Austria has honored Sarah ¥am bough, an American who is the on ly woman member of the League of Natoins Committee for the Saar Plebiscite, by bestowing upon her the first-class Knight’s Cross of the Austrian Order of Merit. * * * One woman who can keep a secret is Miss K. M. Homer, Justice of the Peace of Carlinville Illinois. For more than three years she has been marrying couples, and whether requested to keep the marriage a secret or not, she doesn’t tell. * » * Recognition is steadily coming to women in Maine. Governor Louis J. Brann recently appointed Bertha Hudson to the Highway Safety Commission. Miss Hudson is a member of the State Library Ex tension Committee. For the first time in its history the State of Oklahoma has con ferred upon a woman the office of President of the Oklahoma Hospital Owners Association. She is Mrs. Dolly Irene McNulty of Tulsa. •t .1 d With more than half a million miles of flying to her credit, Miss Hazel Cochran has now been ap pointed sepcial women’s represen tative of United Air Lines. She has been an airway stewardess. » * a Brides are finding the new cen ter opened in New York a boon to solve their problems. Mrs. K. S. Kirkland, who introduced a Brides’ School to the public, operates the center. They tell perplexed newly weds just how to arrange a dinner table, make a bed, handle a maid or solve any domestic problems. * sf- ye Lucienne Bloch recently finished a large fresco panel, "The Cycle of a Woman’s Life,” for Manhattan’s House of Detention for Women. She once mixed paints as Diego Rivera’s assistant. She is the daugh ter of Ernest Bloch, Swiss com poser. Women will soon be offered dress fabrics made of glass. The first factory to produce thread and yarn for glass textiles is at Corning, N. Y. si- * si There are more than two million women employed as office workers in the United States, one-third of them being concentrated in the ten largest cities, according to Marion Barbour, Y.W.C.A. scretary for work with business girls. * * * To open a Mexican folk theater in a Spanish building in Claremont, Calif.,with out being ab'e to speak Spanish and as she herself avers, knowing nothing about playwrit ing, is the successful accomplish ment of Mrs. Bess Garner. This new Mexican Players group has been complimented by the Depart ment of Education Mexico. * « * In point of prestige and salary, | the highest office in the State of New York to be held by a woman is that of judge of the Domestic i Relations Court in New York City, presided over by Justine Wise Tulin, daughter of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. Mayor La Guardia says already she has saved the state hundreds of thousands of dollars. * * * Hawaii’s first woman member of the Territorial Senate is Miss Elsie Wilcox. She is also the first wom an to call the Hawaiian legislature together. * ■* * A recluse of half a century, Miss Grace Fletcher Kelley, of Boston, distantly related to Daniel Webster, recently left $200,000 to charities and public institutions. She wore ninetenth century clothes and shunned everything progressive. * * * Spain’s famous feminine bull fighter, Senorita Juanita Cruz, took part in fifty-three bull fights in one year, breaking the record for her sex. In 1934 her fees totaled $30, 000. * * * Just to see "if she could do it,” Miss Mary Joyre, of the Taku river section, has started on a 700 mile mush across Alaska carrying mail to Fairbanks. Part of the way she will be accompanied by Indians, do ing the rest alone with her dogs. Ho Protect Yourself and Others Indicate by standard hand sig nal any change of course. Cultivate the habbit of Careful Driving. Speeding does not pay. Moderate speed to fit road con ditions. Never pass another car when hill or curve obstructs vision. See that brakes and lights are properly adjusted. Don't park car on bridge or fill. Don’t double park—please. Observe grade crossing signs. Drive on YOUR side (right hand) of center line, with plenty of room for clearance. 1 Walk on LEFT hand side of road, facing traffic. Co-operate with patrolman and [police officers to prevent acci dents. Courtesy has its place on the highways. Your driver’s license is valuable. It gives you the right to use the roads. Protect it by careful driv ing. OPPOSES BANKHEAD MOTION Washington—Opposition to a ] government motion to dismiss the t attack oirthe Bankhead cotton pro duction control act brought by Governor Eugene Talmadge of Georgia was expressed in a brief filed with the Supreme Court by M. J. Yeomans, Georgia attorney- , general. < Beware Of Cotton Seed Sold As A New Variety Cheap cotton seed, given fancy name and a high price, is being peddled in North Carolina again this year. Buying such seed is not only a waste of money, said P. H. Kime, plant breeding agronomist at State College, but it also leads to a seri }us deterioration of the cotton crop. Last year, he said, farmers were offered Mars Rose seed, claimed to be a marvelous new variety, in packages of $1 each. At this rate, the seed was selling for $50 a bushel. Yet actual tests have shown this seed to be decidedly inferior to standard varieties recommended for this State, Kime declared. This year, Mars Rose and Dixie Rose, both apparently just alike, are being peddled again for "out rageously high prices,” he went on. Neither of these seeds will pro duce as high a yield as the standard varieties, Kime stated; their staple is only 15-16 inch in length and irregular, thel lint percentage is low and the bols are small. At the Piedmont branch station near Statesville, experiments with ten varieties showed that Mars Rose was the lowest in lint yield. A test in Alabama placed Mars Rose near the bottom in a test of 30 varieties, and in Arkansas a test of 40 varieties found Mars Rose next to the lowest. Similar tests in other States have given like results, Kime pointed out. And although the tests were made with Mars Rose, he said tne same may be said of Dixie Rose, as the two appear to be very much alike. "Don’t buy cotton seed,” he urged, "unless it is from a reliable source and of a variety recommend ed for your farm.” Fords May Now Be Bought On Low Installment Plan Dearborn, Mich.—-A new "$2S a month-plan for financing retail purchases of new Ford V-8 cars is to be put into effect immediately throughout the United States, Edsel Ford, president of the Ford Motor company announced recently. The plan, involving substantial ly reduced finance charges and broad insurance protection for the car purchasesr, is to be offered through Forod dealers by the Uin versal Credit compny, authorized Ford finance company. The plan has three important features: 1—Maximum monthly payments of $25, plus the usual low down payment. 2— Finance charges at the rate of one-half of one per cent per month (6 per cent for 12 months), computed upon the total of the original balance plus insurance cost. 3— Insurance protection at reg ular conference rates, including not only fire and theft coverage, but also $50 deductible collision insurance and protection against other accidental physical damage to the car. The number of monthly pay-j ments may be reduced, or monthly i payments less than $2, may be! arranged, if a larger down pay ment is made or if a late model car, valued at more than the usual: down payment, is turned in for exchange. The account also may! be discharged at any time by full payment of the balance due, in which vent a rebate of a portion of the credit charge will be al owed. If soups and broths are carried to the sickroom in a small pitch ;r, previously heated, they will stay dot longer. 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