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LAND POSTERS FOR SALE ai
The Watchman Office.
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I -> LEGAL NOTICES
NORTH CAROLINA,
ROWAN COUNTY
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Ressie Boggs Cleveland
vs
Walter Edward Cleveland
(NOTICE OF SUMMONS, ETC
| The defendant, Walter Edward
Cleveland will take notice that the
plaintiff has commenced the above
entitled action against him for the
purpose of obtaining ah absolute
divorce upon the grounds of statu
tary separation, and that he is re
quired to appear before the Clark of
Court at his office in Salisbury,
Rowan County on the 26th day of
December, 1936 or within thirty
days thereafter and answer or de
mur to the complaint filed by the
plaintiff, or the relief therein pray
ed for will be granted.
Dated this the 24th day of
November, 1936.
B. D. McCUBBINS,
Clerk of Superior Court.
C. P. Barringer, Attorney.
Nov. 27—Dec. 18
NORTH CAROLINA,
ROWAN COUNTY.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Margaret Sides Hines
vs
Michael Raymond Hines
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Rowan
County, North Carolina, for the
purpose of securing divorce from
the defendant on account of two
years separation; that said defend
ant will further take notice that
he is required to file answer or de
mur to the complaint within thirty
days from the completion of th
service of summons by publication
is provided by law or plaintiff will
be entitled to the relief demanded
io said complaint filed herein.
This the 2nd day of December,
1936.
B. D. McCUBBINS,
Clerk Superior Court.
Dec. 4—25.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as Administra
tor of the estate of J. W. Gardner
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 26 th day of December,
1937, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. Persons
indebted to said estate are notified
:c make prompt settlement.
This 18th of December, 1936.
I. A. GARDNER, Administrator
Estate of J. W. Gardner.
Dec. 25—Jan. 29.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as Executor of
the estate of S. C. Peacock, 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 3rd day of December,
1937, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. Persons
indebted to said estate are notified
to make prompt settlement.
This Nov. 27, 1936.
WALTER B. PEACOCK
Executor of the Estate of S. C.
°eacock, Deceased.
December 4—Jan. 8.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as Administra
tor of the estate of Porter Linder,
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 28 day of Oct. 1937,
or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. Persons in
debted to said estate are notified
to make prompt settlement.
This August 25, 1936.
J. L. Bowers, Administrator of the
estate of Porter Linder.
John L. Rendleman, Jr. Attorney.
Nov. 13—Dec. 18.
NORTH CAROLINA,
ROWAN COUNTY.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Cinderella Johnson, by her next
Friend, P. A. Walter,
vs
Carl Johnson.
j NOTICE OF SUMMONS, ETC.
Carl Johnson, Take Notice:
That Cinderella Johnson has in
stituted an action against you for
an absolute divorce on the ground
of adultery, wader the Statute, and
that summons has been issued and
returned that you could not be
found; and that you are now re
quired to appear before the Clerk
of the Superior Court of Rowan
County on the 8th of January,
1937, and answer or demur to the
complaint of the plaintiff, or the
relief therein prayed for will be
granted.
This December 8, 1936.
B. D. McCUBBINS,
Clerk Superior Court.
Dec. 11—Jan. 1.
NOTICE OF SALE OF PER
SONAL PROPERTY
PURSUANT to section 243 5 of
the North Carolina Code, 1927
the undersigned, will on Monday
Dee. 28, 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 1929 Model A Ford 54 Ton
Pick-up Truck, Serial No. A-130
5756.
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 1 day of Dec., J
1936.
LINGLE MOTOR SERVICE, Inc. 1
By J. B. Lingle, Manager '
Dec. 4—25.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS *
Having qualified as Executor of
the estate of Margaret S. Graeber,
this is to notify all persons having '
claims against the said decedent to 1
file an itemized, verified statement i
of same with the undersigned on or
before the 10th day of December I
1937, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. Persons '
indebted to said estate are notified <
to make prompt settlement.
This December 5th, 1936. <
L. S. Graeber, Executor i
Estate of Margaret S. Graeber ;
John L. Rendleman, Attorney. ]
Dec. 11—Jan. 13 i
• Buy In "Greater Salisbury”.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
DAT-A-273-M
Under and by virtue of the power ]
of sale contained in that certain
Deed of Trust executed by John A.
Arey and wife Lona Arey, to FIRST <
NATIONAL COMPANY OF (
DURHAM, Inc., a N. C. corpora- i
tion, and UNION TRUST COM- i
PANY OF MARYLAND, a Mary- .
land corporation, dated 1st day of ’
July, 1928, and recorded in Book <
109, page 517, Registry of RO- i
WAN COUNTY, North Carolina, •
the undersigned will as the duly '
appointed substituted trustee, (see
book 229, page 228, of said regis- ]
try) offer for sale at public auction
at the courthouse door in said
county, in the city of Salisbury, '
N. C., at 12 o’clock Noon, on Mon
day the 25th day of January, 1937, ,
and will sell to the highest bidder
for cash the property described in
said deed of trust as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake on the
southwest side of the Lincolnton
Road 200 feet North 73 degs. 40
min. west from the southwest cor
ner of the intersection of the Lin
colnton Road and Stanley Street,
George Weant’s corner, and runs
thence with Weant’s line, south 28
degs. 3 0 min. west 135 feet to a
stake on the northeast side of Elm
Street; thence with the northeast
side of Elm Street, North 65 degs.
West 46 feet to a stake, J. A.
Arey’s corner; thence with Arey’s
line North 27 degs. East 123 feet
j to a stake on the southwest side of
Lincolnton Road; thence with th
southwest side of the Lincolntoi
Road, South 73 degs. AO min. Eas
J 0 feet to the BEGINNING, beinj
lot No. 2 by map of the Are]
Brick and Lumber Company’s pro
perty recorded in Map Book, pagi
143, in the office of the Registei
of Deeds of Rowan County, N. C
This sale will be made subject
to all outstanding and unpaid tax
es and other assessments, if any.
This sale is to be made on ac
count of default in the payment of
the indebtedness secured by the
aforesaid deed of trust, and is made
pursuant to demand made upon
the undersigned by the holder of
said indebtedness.
This. December 11, 1936.
KESWICK CORPORATION
Substituted Trustee.
Jan. 1—Jan. 22.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
BAT-A-275-M
Under and by virtue of the po
wer of sale contained in that cer
tain deed of trust executed by John
A. Arey and wife, Lona Arey, to
FIRST NATIONAL COMPANY
OF DURlHAM, Inc., a North Car
olina corporation, and UNION
TRUST COMPANY OF MARY
LAND, a Maryland corporation,
Co-Trustees, dated 1st day of July,
1928, and recorded in Book 109
page 521, Registry of said RO
WAN COUNTY, North Carolina,
the undersigned as the duly ap
pointed substituted trustee, (see
book 229, page 226, of said regis
try), will offer for sale at public
auction at the court house door in
said county, in the City of Salis
bury, N. C., at 12 o’clock Noon,
an Monday, the 2 5th day of Jan
uary, 1937, and will sell to the
highest bidder for cash the proper
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follows:
BEGINNING at a stake on the
.outhwest side of the Lincolnton
Hoad 450 feet North 73 degs. 401
Tiin. west from the southwest cor-]
ner of the intersection of the Lin-j
tolnton Road and Stanley Street,!
Arey’s Brick and Lumber Com-!
aany’s corner, and runs thence
vith the Arey Brick and Lumber
Company’s line, South 26 degs.
vest 95 feet to a stake on the
lortheast side of Elm Street,
hence with the northeast side of
ilm Street, North 6 5 degs. west!
:0 feet to a stake, Arey Brick and!
-umber Company’s corner; thence
vith the Arey Brick and Lumber j
Company’s line, North 26 degs. 30
l- n. East 80 feet to a stake on the'
outhwest side of the Lincolnton
load; thence with the southwest^
ide of the Lincolnton Road, South!
’3 degs. 40 min. East 50 feet to
:he beginning, being lot No. 7 by,
nap of the Arey Brick and Lum
xer Company’s property, recorded
n Map Book, page 143, in the of
ice of the Register of Deeds of
Iowan County, N. C.
This sale will be made subject
o all outstanding and unpaid tax
s and other assessments, if any.
This sale is to be made on ac
outit of default in the payment of
he indebtedness secured by the
foresaid deed of trust, and is made
mrsuant to demand made upon
he undersigned by the holder of
aid indebtedness.
This, December 1 1, 1936.
KESWICK CORPORATION
Substituted Trustee.
[an. 1—Jan. 22.
IE-SALE OF VALUABLE FARM
PROPERTY
Pursuant to an order of Re-Sale
>f the Superior Court of Rowan
bounty, dated December 21 1936,
n Special Proceeding No. 996, en
itled "J. A. Miller, Admr. C. T.
\. D. C. Arey vs. Ely Arey and
vife Icey Arey, et al.,” the under
igned Commissioner will offer for
esale at public auction for cash at
he court house door in Salisbury,
Sf. C., on Saturday, January 9th,
1937, at the hour of 12 M., the fol
owing lands:
Tract "A”; Situate in Morgan
rownship, lying on the water of
'lat Creek.
Beginning at a stake in the mid
lie of Flat Creek on John E. Sha
ker’s line; runs south with his line
’8.50 chains to a stake; thence
same course continued in all 43.73
chains, to a post oak; thence south
56 deg. west 2.15 chains to a post
>ak; thence south 49 deg. west
27.50 chains to a black oak; thence
;outh 26 deg. west 26.50 chains to
i sweet gum; thence north 3 5
chains to a post; thence west 31.20.
chains to a small pine; thence north j
17.25 chains to a white oak; thence
cast 20.80 chains to a stake in
Stokes Ferry Road; thence north
62 deg. east 12 chains to a hickory,
Chas. Morgan’s corner; thence same
course, in all 11.25 chains to a post
oak; thence north 45 deg. east
15.90 chains to a Spanish oak;
: thence north 19 deg. east 9 chains
1 to an ash on north side of Flat
: Creek; thence down the creek as it
; meanders, to the beginning, con
taining 210 acres, EXCEPT 55.09
acres heretofore sold to David R.
■ Arey as shown in Bo~k of Deeds
No. 218, page 57; ALSO EXCEPT
13 acres heretofore sold J. A. Lisk
and ALSO SUBJECT to 77 acres of
said tract heretofore set apart as
DOWER to Louise C. Arey, as
shown in Book of Special Proceed
ings No. 25, page 255, in Clerk’s
office. Bidding will begin at $1,
265.25.
This December 22nd, 1936.
J. A. MILLER,
Commissioner
Rendleman & Rendleman,
Attorneys.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
BAT-A-272-M
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in that certain
deed of trust executed by John A.
Arey and wife, Lona Arey, to
FIRST NATIONAL COMPANY
OF DURHAM, Inc., a North Car
olina corporation, and UNION
TRUST COMPANY OF MARY
LAND, a Maryland Corporation,
Co-Trustees, recorded in Book 109,
page 515, Registry of ROWAN
COUNTY, North Carolina, and
dated the 1st day of July, 1928, the
undersigned as the duly appointed
substituted trustee (see book 229,
page No. 226, of said registry) will
offer for sale at public auction at
the courthouse door in said county,
in the City of Salisbury, N. C., at
12 o’clock Noon, on Monday the
2 5th day of January, 1937, and
will sell to the highest bidder for
cash the property described in said
deed of trust as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake on the
nortneast side oi mm street 006
feet North 65 degs. v.est from the
north corner of the intersection of
Elm Street and Stanley Street, Arey
Brick and Lumber Company’s cor
ner, and runs thence with the north
east side of Elm Street, North 65
degrees west 5 0 feet to a stake, A'rey
Brick and Lumber Company’s cor
ner; thence with the Arey Brick
and Lumber Company’s line, North
29 degs. 30 min. East 100 feet to a
stake on the southwest side of the
Lincolnton Road; thence with the
southwest side of the Lincolnton.
Road, South 73 degs. 40 min. East j
30 feet to a stake, Arey Brick and ■
Lumber Company’s line; thence
with the Arey Brick and Lumber
Company’s line South 23 degs. 30
min. west 108 feet to the BEGIN
NING, being Lot No. 3 by map of
the Arey Brick and Lumber Com
pany’s property recorded in Map
Book, page 143, in the office of the
Register of Deeds of Rowan County
of N. C.
This sale will be made subject to
ill outstanding and unpaid taxes and
other assessments, if any.
This sale is to be made on account
of default in the payment of the
indebtedness secured by the afore
said deed of trust, and is made pur
suant to demand made upon the un
dersigned by the holder of said in
debtedness.
This, December 11, 1936. I
KESWICK CORPORATION
Substituted Trustee
Jan. 1—Jan. 22.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
DAT-A-274-M
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in that certain
deed of trust executed by John A.
Arey and wife, Lona Arey, to
FIRST NATIONAL COMPANY
OF DURHAM, Inc., a North Car
olina Corporation, and UNION
TRUST COMPANY OF MARY
LAND, a Maryland corporation,
Co-Trustees, dated 1st day of July
1928, recorded in Book 109, page
519, Registry of ROWAN
COUNTY, North Carolina, the
undersigned as the duly appointed
and substituted trustee (see book
229, page 228, of said registry),
will offer for sale at public auction
at the courthouse door in said
county, in the City of Salisbury,
N. C., at 12 o’clock Noon, on
Monday, January 25, 1937, and
will sell to the highest bidder for
cash the property described in said
deed of trust as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake on the
northeast side of Elm Street 241
feet North 6 5 degs. west from the
north corner of the intersection of
Elm Street and Stanley Street, J.
A. Arey’s corner, and runs thence
with the northeast side of Elm
Street, North 65 degs. West 45
feet to a stake, Arey Brick and
Lumber Company’s corner; thence
with Arey Brick and Lumber Com
pany’s line, North 2 5 degs. 30
min. East 115 feet to a stake or.'
the southwest side of the Lincoln
ton Road; thence with the south
west side of the Lincolnton Road 1
South 73 degs. 40 min. East 50 feet
to a stake, J. A. Arey’s corner;
thence with Arey’s line South 27
degs. west 123 feet to the beginn
ing, being Lot No. 3 by map of
the Arey Brick and Lumber Com
pany’s property, recorded in Map
Book page 143, in the office of the j
Register of Deeds of Rowan Coun
ty, N. C.
This sale will be made subject
to all outstanding and unpaid tax
es and other assessments, if any.
This sale is to be made on ac
count of default in the payment of
the indebtedness secured by the
aforesaid deed of trust, and is made
pursuant to demand made upon
the undersigned by the holder of *
said indebtedness.
This, December 11, 1936.
KESWICK CORPORATION
Substituted Trustee.
Jan. 1—Jan. 22.
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