(a) Before selling the freight or baggage at auction, the common carrier must provide notice 30 days before the sale.
(b) The notice must:
(1) contain the time and place of sale and a descriptive list of the freight or baggage to be sold, including the names, numbers, or marks found on the freight or baggage; and
(2) be posted in three public places in the county where the sale is to be held and on the door of the office, depot, or warehouse where the freight or baggage is stored.
(c) The notice must also be published in a newspaper for 30 days before the sale in the county of sale if a newspaper is published in the county.