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HENDERSON, (N.C.,) DAILY DISPATCH TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1933 ]
THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY
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Wife Preservers
Rinse your cream pitcher with
cold water before pouring in the
cream. It. will prevent sticking
and you will get the full benefit of
all the cream.
Life-Death Trade
Serving a life sentence for murder.
Howard Curtis, Atlanta, Ga„ -bar
ber (above), recently offered to go
to the electric chair in place of
Mrs. Beatrice Snipes, expectant
mother condemned to death at Co
lumbia, S. C., for the murder of a
policeman, if the woman were freed
or her sentence commuted. Curtis
was convicted of the slaying of his
£srag|£g£ in what ho claimed was m
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WANT ADS
Cet Results
FOR SALE OF TRADE—SMALL
electric radio, stock preferred in
trade. F. B. Cooper, North Hend
erson or Route 2, Henderson. 3-lt.
FRESH COW FOR SALE-GRADE
Jersey and Guernsey. Can be seen
at my house. Price right, phone
387. A. j. Cheek. 139 B*ye St. it
EXPERT SEWING MACHINE SER
vice on any make. Country produce
accepted in payment during re
mainder of December. Henderson
Bargain House, 219 South William
Street. Phone 518. 16-ts.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN
from my home Thursday, Decem
ber 29, one brown hound with long
ears, named “Brownie.'’ Finder
please notify Thomas Walters,
Route 4, -Henderson. 31ti.
TOBACCO FARMERS USE OLJJ
newspapers to store your cured to
bacco on. Get them at the Daily
Dispatch office for 10c per bundle.
FOR SALE MEDIUM SIZE COLE
hot blast stove. Used only two
weeks. Will sell at a sacrifice for
cash. R. H. Craig, Phone 425. 3-1
FOR RENT—B ROOM HOUSE 912
Chestnut Street half block from
West End School. Also apartments
for rent in the Stonewall. Apply
j Eric G. Flannagan. T-T.S. ts.
FOR SALE —-FARM AND FILLING
(station on 45 acres at Giliburg. To
bacco, cotton, truck farm, four miles
from town. Five payment terms.
S. G. Satterwhite. 3-lt i.
LOST—WHITE SETTER DOG WITH
one black ear. Answers to the
name “Ned”. Finder please notify
Grissom Brothers at South Hender
son . ' 3-2 ti.
COAL, GOOD COAL—LET US FILL
up your bin now while it is cheap,
it wUI be higher after weather gets
cold We have a full stock ready
for you at right price. Quality
and weight guaranteed. Phone 158
Hight’s Coal and Wood Yard.
19-eod ts.
FORECLOSURE SALE
I By virtue of power contained in a
deed of trust executed by Mary F.
Green on the 27th day of January,
1932, and recorded in the office of
the register of deeds of Vance County
in book 162 at .page 575, default hav
ing been made in the payment of the
debt, therein secured, dt the request of
the holder of same, I will sell, by pub
lic auction* to the highest bidder, for
cash, at (the Court House door, in
Henderson, Vance county, N. C. at
12 o’clock, noon, on Friday, the 20th
day of January, 1933 the following de
scribed property:'
Begin a,. a point in the Young Mill
and Middleburg road, Steed corner,
and run thence along said road North
5 chains, thence N 6 E 6 chains,
thence N. 9 E. 11.06 chains to a point
in the road ten feet west of a large
pine, thence S. 83 .1-2 E 17.98 chains
to a stone in Steed line one chain
south west from Mrs. Dean’s corner,
thence N 87 3-4 W 9.88 chains to the
beginning, containing 32.46 acres, be
t ing the land conveyed to Mary E.
Green by L. H. Evans and wife in
1924, as of record in office of Register
of Deeds, Vance County in book 114 at
page 478. This land is subject to a
i first mortgage to the Federal Land
Bank of Columbia, in principal sum
$15000.00, recorded October 1924 in
book 88 at page 138, Vance County,
on which mortgage the undersigned
Trustee is informed all payments have
been mad e up to and including the
payment that became due January
Ist 1932. The exact balance due on
this mortgage will be announced at
the sale, and . sale is made subject to
said Federal Land Bank Mortgage.
This 20th day of December, 1932.
T. S. KITTRELL, Trustee.
FORECLOSURE SALE
By virtue of authority vested ip the
undersigned as trustee' in a certain
deed of trust executed by Lewis Bul
lock and wife Melissie Bullock and
recorded in the office of the register
of deeds of Vance County, in book
130 at page 221, default having been
made in the payment of the note there
in secured at the request 0 f the holder
of same I will offer for sale at the
courthouse door In Henderson, N. C.
On Saturday the 21st day of January
1933 by public auction for cash the
following described tract of land:
All of that tract or parcel of land
containing 57 acres more or less, lo
cated lying and being in Nutbush
towpship, county, being bound
ed on the North by lands negro lodge,
Robt. Henderson and Drewry road,
on the East by lands of Peter White
and Robt. Henderson, on South by
lands of Peter White and on West by
A. D. Bullock and Drewry Road, and
having such shapes, metes, courses and
distances as will more fully appear by
reference to plat made of record in
Vance county registry, made by John
E. -Buck C. E., dated'January 26,
1925, References which is also made to
book 16, page 343.
This sale Is being made subject to a
prior deed of trust held by the Fede
ral Land Bank of Columbia, S. C.,
securing the principal sum of SSOO.
less the payments made. This is a
good tobacco farm with a good dwell
ing, on it and on the public road be
twietjn Henderson tnd Drewry.
This 20th day of December, 1932.
A. A. BUNN, Trustee.
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