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Wr^ar. March 30. 113
23 jfljETH CAROLINA
^ I Cherokee County.
f In the Superior Court
T I Mat Coleman,
U I ?. ;jvigp
I Lorfie Coletnen. j
J > NOTCE
The defendant above named will take
I notice that af action entitled as
>y I #b0Ve has been commenced in the
1 Saperur C urt of Cheroaee County
I for ?n absolute divorce on statutory
i, I prcun.i : and the said defendant
m I will further takP notice that he s
ol I to aPPear before the Clerk
' the Superior Cour? of said counee
ty ?n or before the 31st day of
rf I Jlarch JUiu answer or demur to the
u. I tirT,aint l f th(* Plaintiff, or the
st I ?PPly the court for
la I r?: ef demanded in the comtj,
I This t!: 20th day of Feb., 1023. j
is I F. K- DAVIS. Clerk
m Superior Cjurt. Cherokee Co. j
d ? ?i
e NORTH XKOLINA? |
a I Cherokee County,
s, In the Superior Court
? John W. W alker,
-, Ruth P. W alker.
a K/ NOTCE
a Th- defendant above named will
f take n?t;Ce that an action entitled I
I as al \ has been commenced bv the I
plaint tf a pa in? t the defendant in J
S Court of Cherokee '
Court-, obtain a divorce from the i
fcwndl-t fr??n* the bond** of mat- |
r;ri :i tul the said defendant will
further take notice that she is re- j
q-j r i t" appear before the Clerk of
the rior Court at his office in j
M < at the Court House on the
;:i - f March, 1923. and an-1
;-a\r r bnitir to the complaint in !
v., mi or the plaintiff will npf,
. Court for thf relief dem,
1 in the Complaint.
th-.- I t ?T.iy of March. 1923.
K. F. DAVIS. Clerk
S '* Court ChcroKee County. 1
30-4: -J WW.
NOTICE OF SAI.E UNDER DF.tD
Ry virtu? of the power of sale !
contained in a Deed of Trust, e*
1 the 29th day of August, 1921.'
I V \ rw, Ashe. I
t > V.. Waldroup, Trustee, to setur,?
the indebtedness therein <lr
I. -I to H. M. Carring.*r. II. <\
K nntl W, M. Itimwy, which
? ;: ii deed of tr ?.-t is recorded in the
i . . of Register of Ik'ods for CHcr.
in Book No. T i at
I i l i:i. and default having been j
? t. 1 by .1 .. of trust, and the
h : of aid hid-* '.-dnoss having
T o t. I. The undvr?-gned Trustee,
wi t on o'cl ?ck p. m. on Thursday,
April the ;?th, 1 U'l'.t, at the court
h .1 . r ... the t >wn of Murphy,
pu au th e h
binder for cash the following d?:
r .! e sta *, i duate. lying and!
being in the ntj ft !her<' e, on
t' ... ,.f l.rttle lira ...-town
Creek. ti'e .ruperty of N.
Ik Frnnktr \ C. I>. R'cks and others,
beiiTideii and described as follows:
Regianirg on a red oak, the be.
F : : ; comer of said No. 1-11, avid
rung north l!?? ? poleh to a Spani h
. < on side, corner of
N . 1 kS; then v. -t 1I poles t?> a
black gum near the top of a ridge;
th i . south course with the mean. .
d is of the ridge 220 poles t?? a stake; (
then s. "i W. 88 polesh t.? .< stake |
I in the lire of ?*id No. 1-11; then
ea-t with that line 78 poles to the j
place of beginning. Containing 121 J
acres, more or less. t
I This the 3r<l day of March. 1922. j
I C. \V. WALDROUP, Trustee.
I NORTH CAROLIN \
I Cherokee County.
I In the Superior Court
I Maggie Henry.
I Herman Henry.
B The defendant above named will
I take notice that an action entitled
I as above has been started in the SuI
perioj- Court of Cherokee County
1 for rfivorre absolute on statutory
1 And tfc^ said defendant will fur^
I ther take notice that he i? required >
| to appear, on or before the 31st day : 1
I of March, 1923, before the Clerk of 1
I the Superior Court at his office In t
the court house in Murphy, Cherokee <
I County, N. C., and answer or demur i
9 to the complaint of the plaintiff or 1
the plaintiff will apply t? the Court
for the rel'ef demanded.
This the 8th day of March, 1923.
E. E. DAVIS. Clerk
Superior Court, Cherokee County.
NOTICE OF SALE
By virture of the provisions of
a deed in tru.-t. executed on March
23. 1922, by Geo. Cooper and Char
ley Cooper to L. E. Fiayle s. Trustee
lor the Bank t?f Murphy, to secure
i note of $290, due in four month* '
after date, with interest at 6 per
ent per annum, payable annually,}
n which there will be due on sale
day the s-um of $157.10, registered
March 23. 1922, in Deed Book No.
7 1. page 203, I will expose to sal"
.it 1 o'clock, p. m.. on Saturday,
April 7. 1923. at th . court house door
in Murphy to th highe-t bidder at
public outcry for cash the following
town lot, situalP in Murphy, Chi ro:ec
BEGINNING at a stake on Peachtree
Bead run- S 2K K. 125 feet to
a stake; then N. P.. 150 feet t"
a stake; then N. 28 E. 11 1-2 feet
to a stnkc on the bank of Peach tree
H - 4d; then with a d road as it meanders
to the beginning; being the lot
conveyed by J. S. .Meroney to A. L.
Cooper, by d-ed recorded in Book
No. f?8, page 1M.
This Mar. ^ t?. 1V23.
L. K. BAY l.KSS, Trustee.
In the Superior Court
C. \V. McGee,
The defendant above named will
take notice that an notion entitled
as above has been commenced by
the plaintiff against the defendant
n the Superior Co * t <-f Cherokee
County to obtain a divorce from the
defendant from the bonds of mntrimony
on th ground of adultery;
r.d aid defendant will further take
notice that she required to appear
before the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Cherokee County, at his of
fice in Murphy, at the court house,
on the .'t 1 st day of March, 11123. and
answer or demur t > the complaint In
said action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demanded
in tin complaint.
E. F H.WTS, Clerk,
Superior Court, Cherokee County.
State of North t irolina.
n the Superior Court
T. M. Moore. Defendant.
NOTICE OF SERVICE OF SUM-. 1
MONS HY Pv'llLICATION
J. M. Mo ,, the defendant, will
take notice: That the phi'.rtiff in i
the above entitled action has befrun | :
:.n again?: k::r. in the Superior'
Court of Crieroki. County. N. C..J
and the purpo of the anion is to
obtain an .V. sold: i v >r< from the ,
h >::d, of est ; ? -t e % h.-lwwn
them on statutory grounds.
That he i pnt'fied that he
is required to personally appear before
the C'urk of il.t. Superior Court j
01* Cherokee County. N. <*.. at hi- of
fice in Murphy and answer or demur,
to the complaint ? f the plaintiff now
on file in the office of the Clerk, by
th ? -'-th ii iy f \pril. 1 ! lit". or the
plaint:ff wdl apply <?!ie court for
the relief prayed for 'n the complaint
A? 5Uti day of M r h,
E. K. ItAVTStp^w^^
of the Superior Court. *,
STATE OK NORTH (A KG UNA? 1
In the Superior Court
0. W. Good and A. G. Miller,
Colburn I.umber Company and John
C. Good. (j
NOTICE OF ACTION
The defendants, Colburn Lumber e
Company and John C. Good, above tl
named, will take notice that an ac- ^
tion as above named has been
commenced in the Superior Court vv
of Cherokee County, N. C., for the c
purpose of declaring the plaintiffs,
0. W. Good and A. G. Miller, to be P
the owners of thc following described
pieces, parcels or tracts of land
in Valleytown Township, in Chorocec
County, N. C. towit: :y,
CHEROKEE SCOUT. MUKTHT. KOI
SOUTHERN TRAIN |
HITS LANDSLIDE 1
Southern Engineer R. I. Brand', w
the Fireman George N. Denton experienced
narrow escape?? when the.r |
locomotive run into a land slide on
the Murphy branc^ near Bushnell,
several days ago. Denton was flighty
bruised when the engine was caught
by part of the slide after the I
mirin-cr l ad thrown hi 5 brakes up1
-r >v. y of the obstruct: .rt. <
Passengers on the train said
that had the slide occurred a ft v.
seconds later it would have caught
the P-- -cng< r coaches and possibly
resulted with Ios of life.
Sev. :al hour , were required to
c -1: the track--, pasr.engvrs aica*;v.iiiie
being tran ferred at the- point.
Entry 942. Grant 3289, calling to
contain 400 acres;
Entiy 4-1. Grant 3352, calling
to con*ain 50 acres;
Entry 2593, Grant 3628, calling to
contain 200 acres;
Entry 530. Grant 3281, calling to
nntiu'n idOiots:^V": _ l)"'. ^ ' i ifl
Entry 520, Grant 3280, calling to
contain loo acres;
Entry 910, Grant 32S8. calling; to 1
contain 150 acres;
Entry 2T.t?0. Um.it 3630. cil'in- 1
to cont.n:n 109 a res;
Entry 939, Grant 32 <7, cal.ir.R to
contain 150 acres;
Entry 7785. Grant 3>65t call::;* ,
to contain 200 acres;
Also the land embraced in preenition
or ocnt . ' tract N
532, calling to ontain 1 ' J acres; and
for the purpose of ndrtj any
claim or t tie or int e that may '
be ijv?'le 1 y the defen ta ' *olhtir:,
Luiiiber Company and \ i C. Go ?!.
in and to said lands, and ca 'heir
claim of title in and to a ids
as a cloud upon the title ? ; ' (
plaintiffs; and the defendant-. Co*.burn
Lumber Company ami John C.
G "d. will further take nftiiv 'hat
they are required to appear bet- the
Clerk of the Superior Court <>;
Cherokee County. N. C? on or before
the 10th day of April. 1923, and anwer
or <1 mur t?? the complaint in
said action to be filed by the plaintiffs
on or before that date, or the
plaintiffs will apply to the Court f ?
the relief demanded in said com
This the 13th day of 7:arch, A. r>
K. E. DAVIS, Clerk
Superior Court of Cherokee
County, N. C.
QILLAR1) iV HILL, Attorneys
for Plaintiffs, O. W. Good ami A
NOTIf E OF SALE OF LAND
By virtue - f the provisions r,f a
:i i.r: : ve I.ieed, dated October
1921. f '-nn J. L. P u t >n to Charley
L'voss, registered in Cheiokee Coir
ly on .January SO, 1922, in D"
It ?ok No. 70, r-ape SCO, 1 will off *
for sale !0 the hijrh r-t : r at ptt'
outcry for ca<h, at ti c cor *'
'.! ? *do.<r n Murphy, ('her?
A*. C.. at ! Vcloc!., p. ;n. <v
:'atu ' i i? 21, the f..',
owir.y : artel of land, to satisfy a
balance of $75.30, with n.-ts of ad/t
rti ejv.ent and sale to bv. added.'
In Hothouse Township, said State
ind County. BEGINNING on a made,
corner of tract No. ???; and
uns West 134 poles to a Locust,
hen North 44 -38 poles t a Chest
jut Oak; then North 75 tVcst 50
>oies i? BJrttrk Gum: then S. F.
150 poles to a Hickory Bush on an i
ild corner; thenot. North 13 Ea-t 1* ;
roles to the beginning. containing 1
This Mam. 14. 1921
CHARLEY CROSS, MortpjtPc.
Having: qualified a - administrator
f the e into of Joseph Strathman.
ecensed. late of Cherokee County
Torth C.-.rolina, this is to notify all
croons having: claims against the
state ?f said deceased iu exhibit
Item to the , -idc-.ngned at Murphy,
iorth Carolina, vi o?* ? efor the 1-l'h ?
ay of Mare1 *A , r this not ice
rill be plead ?1 in bar of their recov- r
ry. All i c : <>ns indebted to said :l
statc will en?e nv.ike immediate. 0
aynunt. . j *
This the 1 th day of March, 102.1. i
F. G RISTOPHER, n
Admini t* f Joseph St i<
m* r ?jc ewl ;ed. '
rrH c a not in a
tandy Motor Saws Wood. Grinds
Feed, Runs Water Pump
and Brightens Life.
WEANS REAL WATER SYSTEM
>ld Fa'hionsd Kercs?ne Lamp, Tallow
Oip and Even the Lantern C.j- j
appear When Electric Lights I
teaglso a hit 1 oco who oold
wtotk for n cent na b or; require no]
joard or lodg-t ; ar. 1 tb Y.z nothing
>f patting in fro*..: ton to ;lft~en or
ttt.r.tv Hour:, a 1 >. if d?-. ired?
II<*?t farmers would 1j t tb- ir own
par - if tboy hoard ah*.? ; sui . a human
marvel. V> tber? is a niarT?-t of
that sort. that will do al! th. above?
>n!y it isn't hum r. S :n?- m. h: snv
It's more than human. which it really
It's a fairly familiar object, this
luper-hlred man. It's a typical electric
motor of ore-olc'ith horsepower,
whirl, is the equivalent of oat -man
t'ntil farmers in ?anuua auctions nf
Ihe t'nltod States begSn adopting
elocr cal methods, few realized how
valuable electricity can be to those
who follow agriculture as an occupation
A motor of the size mention
wibr hunn tifj ;
ed. u!i:r!i r,..-s 5JO to pur--has.- am!
u.os - v. t :> at *be rat;- of 1 > than
one cent an hoar, has been compart-'!
to a horse. w:.i(h migut cost any
where from $!"?.) t- ami wouhl
be an oxpt-n equivalent to 10 cent
an hour a? r beln- purchased. The
motor un<b r con- .1- ration. of course,
would only do or.- v-thlli as much
work as the h r ?. but motors come
In various sir.--. Th-> can be .secured
in sizes that will do fully as much
work as a he- <>. others will perform
p;r**; ?%?%*?? work than a hcrsc could
A five horsepower motor has I ? n
found busily operating a v.-ood s.?w
ami a feed grinder. A on?- half horsa
power motor l as given great sa:i- faction
in run:.tag a farm pump.
The Etid of Water Lugging
On many (arm - the installation of
an electric light ami power system
Would nillkl* nru5<i:h'.- r
conveniences. such as most folk would
associate with trolley cars, street
lights. tolrRraph service and otheJ
metropolitan elements. An Uctric
motor hitched up to op. rate ? pump
would make it feasible on irany f rm;
to have a regular res den. .* water sup
ply Installed in the farm hoi . with
plpir ; and faucets, a** up to date as
the home of any city dwell r.
The day that this s v.-tern w.nt rfn
operation would be a date w.. tief
i to wife would rem* :: her for .<
time Not to be compelled to draw -a !
carry heavy pails of w ater many
a day would b. a magical event in her
li? The first time that she went
ver to her kitchen sink, turned the
f <uc?*t and Yaw the water flow out,
wi'hout any further effort whatever,
would be a moment of breathless delight.
Along with this boon, which electricity
nas already carried to some
PRETTY DRESS-UP FROCK
This dr?**s-up I for the 'llhpieivtte"
suit !.?r s!<*P?ter figure
ind early ; ?m i exactly. It is made
f duvetine . i . rimmed with petals
f the same '? ?I? ?lred with crepe de
hlne tn a Vi ' t contrasting color,
rhe petals are set about the round
ieck. which Is t*r i. hod with a corded
ipinc. and t' nnono
pnethened t? the elbow l?y puffs of
L?; c Oe '-hlne drawn up into a hand
BEST HIREO MAN;
farina, and might take to every farm, i
la the possibility of electric lights.
Usually these will be put In even
before a motor-driven pump and the
resulting water system. Almost always
the electric hghts a: 2 the first
- ---- .j>
L.octric Water Gyb.crn .
Motor Is Inclosed in
thins for wh -h elect r: i;y I . n
the farm Many f : ;n< ?* .
| trie power I ; ; r the sa.-.- ' f the
lights, a'thi .?- . t ! - i.. ..at
they do not ? ft- :: >p with th. .
Other electrical Improve::." n; follow
Old-Time Lsnps and C-noics Go
The time-honored kero-.ne lamp,
the talli w dtp. with its ever-present
I j*rv port!. the almost inevisr. hie
lantern, are nil apt to xamsh anrl
never r? ? :rn when t'.e lig!.:??
arrive.. Those v._hr> have liv-wi n
farms. especially f >lk of the present
generation *6o w:e brour~: up on
i Oru n 'i.tresntr at . ^....
' farms. wh .-< y v.'.rkful period orerrred
at a time vhen '. .c light*
were as yet unknown ay whore, can
r* all the monotony of taking care of
the k? ro.-iT.e lamp <
Kvery few days they had to be reft!!'
!; ar.d almost as frequently tho
glass chimneys had to he washed.
This latter re.piircd care, for lamp
chimneys are tr.ig.l- . and are apt to
be slippery after coming out of warm,
soapy water. And every night tho
same laborious operation was necessary
to iight up." It would take two
: or iuicc u'.mU!?: ?n?*-tlmeg to ligbt
. Otic lu:?p.
Hut times have changed mightily on
onii' Xmericun fnrmt so much so
? it the men and women who were
boy* and girls en the old farm and
since h ive gone forth to city life
.veuId find a fascinating conipar.'sra
possible if they should now return.
They w- t:i.| find the old folks spendj
ing their years as comfortably as city
; dweller.*. None of the old routine of
lighting the lamps would be oh. erved.
Instead of that. "Pa" and "Ma wo;: d
cnmplneehily step over to the wall,
twitch a witch -aud the rooms would
instantly shine with light! Electric
, \Vh n "Tor:" K !! on invented the
firs: if t.. . loctrlc many
years a.*... M- nlo Park. X. J., nod
? n XV. P t.'oolidge increa-d th
' brilliancy of the electric light by hia
experim ?nts at the research laboratory
of the General Electra t"oa.;any,
at Seller..' idy. N. Y . a hr.-l.i possibility
far farm *- k of tbi Uni* 1
States, as well as for the city folk,
at once bhtreij forth. Today the eloci
trlfying of the farm, although it te'
quires an outlay of capital to start
! with, is cons.dered worth all it costs
by those who have, nlceady accomI
plished it on their own farms.
We are h.iv <?:v. ? ' . ifh
1 hi re. A e\. 1 v. nt through
some parts of T nn v -e - la Th. sday
niclit and killed sever: 1 pet>p!?
jj FREE TO
When you hoeooeo * b-cril
you arc entitled to an almost ur
and advice absolutely without el
l Brinj? the problems of y ur
community to us and they wi.l n
iters and specialists who tbro?,
come expert in their solution. 1
400000 farm families a
If you do not. 50 cents a yeai
Entitle you to this unpurchasable 1
i uiih*-atahie paper twice a month
the ciant c
MEAN TO YOU
THE QUESTION IS. ARE YOl?
PREPARED TO GROW
By Guy R. Sipr. Extension PooltrjrMan
for Missi sippi.
Every spring, from Febtv ry ?
through Apr:!, there a : trxm/z <? manrl
for broiler ehi< -t a frney
price. The weight of th _ kroi!'??
should he from :)-4 1 1-2 pounds.
Th<? oultry producer \ takes artvantage
of this der.iard w;'.i realize
enough profit from . pay the
feed bills of the ' : ' ~ -the
growing pull?' - t" .t to i>r.cxfc
; r*: layers. H
Now in " a.;
the chicks that ate to ?;.i a;hroilers
if th?* high . nr! t4? b
oouiinea. i no at niu ' people
are not :n a po ; t- r 1 ?
these profits due > . !*::<
hens are relied upon to do tin h tirv.
jr. and v-.-v v. i> : r dearly
enouph in the . pr:;v to produce
-r^nrr en ifly" ; : b-- - jpi!?i~
Theerefore. it is almost imperativefqr
the producer who wishes to secure
this source of income to use an
incubator. The most desirable size
for the avers producer is a machine
that holds 210 eptr*. The . arc
a number of manufacturer?-No
one can make a n tahe if* x
in*: a "Standard Reliable.*" "Buckeye,"
"Cypher "Prune State**
incubatoi. Thi re art other standard
makes. Itil the ? pivc y ?u a
ch to of the bet ones.
Along with the incu: ator yuci
n 1 a broader hou.'v in hich the
' rs < be comfortably hous?ci
< . d the jrrcftte:} per - rr, of tJ'cm
. d. Vi h-it that ha:? given
lid rc at small ? .? t i ; ort
1: ' ed roof . . 12 feet wide and
, 1 *. 24, or a- to my length tfec'-ch
tioj, a 12
by 1 '',10h ;i:" a ' - ' -arc
h f ti. -cti : will care f >r
? ' i \ rat p .of ctmcrcu
?!' i* 1 c> Pl?ce < *
on. 1. floor is mad-.' of a '.vo
,j lajcr "f gravel or cinders, a
in inch layer of dirt and a thive
. ^ lar or of iirt on top. Pine lumber
in the rough i. suitable material.
of tl o f?vi? '
i?unt**nj v.':nc tn bo u ? ! in the
.south side and all th. material*.
and destroyed a number i-f build
^.. rn t<? and Mrs. .lohn K"
Harris, a fine haby boy.
The farmers of ihi section a *r*
jjettir.;: behind with th-ir farming
card of mi3eh rainy weathCioovfna
.Johnson, <>f O^roeii, has
l-.vfriends and ' ' '
tor t ... Hhc- \vi! r turn
y.:<. Ha : Taylor : o two little
daughter; spent the w ek-rnd with
vi .11 . Mrs. Mar' aivt Whitner.
f this place.
( ?rj:k: Toh; a ; d 1" h Wkit
visiit-d friend, and r? iniiv- at
1' iwah the pa.-t week.
. Jack V.'l ' r'?ip-Iy ill,
s expect.' p ' u'-.i r :? an oner .*
. soon. lb. th". sons or-.?
<\ i heme fr.-::! Kentucky . .
? f th-> ill:si - f t1 i? - .'.her.
It - trcnerall < ? .: ced< 1 h ;t v - e is
r > ; muc^ h.npe fOj- her v> . over' . but
ui- hope there i> still .. .hai,.
to the Southern ' jricultvri 1 M
;1 n-ited service of informatl.?. B
1m:uc, your bin in ess or your B
vi .ve sympathetic study of ed- B
:ch years of experience have be- B
'heir advut is yours for askloj*. B
ilv take the "Giant of the South"- B
fj: ' B
or $1.00 for three years wm m
Free service in addition to an ^
>F THE SOUTH ^
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