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NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
k Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a certain deec
if trust, executed by A. C. Green#
and wife. Kdnn Greene, to the under
Mjtned. Trustee. conveying the land;
described in said detd of trust foi
the purpose of securing the indebted
ness therein mentioned, which sai?
deed of trust is recorded in the office
of Register of Deeds of Cheroke*
County in Book No. 80, page 175. ant
default having been in made in th?
i*ayn'ent of said indebtedness an<
the-1 power of sale having beconu
operative, the undersigned. Trustee
for the purpose of satisfying said in
debtedness, interest and cost of sale
will on Feb. 15th. at 11:00 o'clock
A. M. at the courthouse loor in Murphy,
Cherokee County, North Carolina,
expose said itlmi.s for sale to the
highest bidder for cash, said lands being
more particularly described a^
Two certain tracts of land in
Cherokee County, North Carolina, in
Notla Township, on the waters of
Beech Creek, one tract being known
as the land W. A. Greene bought
from the Dehart Heirs, and also
known as the George Hogsed farm,
and being j-he tract of land conveyed
to W. A. Greene by deed of
-J. D. Mallor.ee. Commissioner, dated
^ t \t... v mi" ..~?i ...
corded in the office of the Rigicter of
Deeds of Cherokee County, in Book
No. 69 of Deeds, at Page 1. The
ther tracf. of lard being known
the land \V. A. Greene purchased
from 6. W. Stile-; also known a? apart
of the Oi l Jesses Wright harm
-aid two tracts of land being bounded
and described as follow-:
Beginning on a 'arge -pnnish oak
near the Sandy Gap. ar.d runs a south
direction wl*h A. M. Baker'" iine to
a bl&i-k Jack near a road or. t< p of
a ridge; thence a south direction with
the line of Robert Stile* to a -panish
Oak, corr.er of G. W. Stiles; thence
a south east direction with said road
and line of G. W. Stiles to a reck
corner of G. W. Stiles; thence an
east direction with the line of Pub .
Brockmar to a Sourwood near the
:ond; thence a aorth cast direction
with the lir.e of Polcy Brockman to
a black cak on top of the ridge;
thence about north to a rock corner of
fasper Voyle? and P< 1 r tn
thence a north eas>t d - .>n v -no
line of Jasper Voj to a blac'.
MTt rf;*_ " inc of :ihi
.Mr per Voy'es to a large poplar on
Pine Drar.cn: trcnfe a north direction
With the iir.e of Jumper Voyels to a
?mall post oak, corner of Jaspei
Voyles, J. J. Calloway and J. W.
Greene the roe a west direction witt.
the line of J. .!. Colin way to a
Srr.u 11 oak; thence a west direction
with the J. J. Calloway tract to a
rock on top of a ridge t.~ the becinncontaining
160 ac-es, more or
This the 14th day of January
1 F. O. CHR1ST0PHF.P.
j <23-4t-foc) Trustee.
j I ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICF
F Havir.fr Qualified as admii.itstator
fyoi the estate of P. E. Nelson, late
iof Cherokee County, this is to notify
4a)1 persons having Cairns attain at
|*aid estate to exhibit them to the
^ BUndersipntd on or before the first
r "day of January, 1927. or this notice
: will be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted t>?
said estate will please make immediate
This January 1, 1926.
W. B. NELSON. Administrator
jji of the estate of P. F. Nelson,
*. Deceased. 121 -6t-pd >
fe. | APPLICATIO?: FOP. PARDONof
Application will be made to the
/Commissioner of Pardons and the
Governor of the State of North
Carolina for the pardon and parole
of Willard Burnett, who was conevicted
at the August Term 1923 ol
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* THE CHEROKEE SCO
J the Superior Court ?f Cherokee
I County X. C. for abandonment of hi?
'! wife ar.d children and sentenced at
I the November Term 1925 of the
' Superior Court of Cheikee County
' N. C. by the presiding Superior
Court Judge to serve a term of two
years on the Public road? of Ituueombe
County N. C.
' All persons, who oppose tbe pranting
of said pardon or parole are inI
vited to forward tftelr protest to the
Commissioner of pardons without
This the 7th day of January 1926.
<22-4t-pd) J. R. BARXETT
Father of Willard Bamett
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
' Cherokee County.
In the Superior Court
I.'* \ e i \ ? limy i *?iii K ,
Carolina and Georgia Railway < ?.mj
' NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE
l?y virtue of an execution directed
to the undersiirncd from the
Superior Court of Cherokee County
in the entitled action. I will on the
1st day of Feb. 11'2'i: It being the
Fir-t .Monday in February 1920 at
10 o'clock A. M. at the Court,
Houes door of s?id County of Chero-'
kee. N. C. sell to the highest bidder
for cash to satisfy said execution
ail of the right title and Interest of
which the defendant' Carolina.
Georgia Railway Company has in
the line of rail Road cross ties,
steed or iron rails and the Cross tieincluding
road bed and right away
from the Town of Andrews in the
County of Cherokee, N. C. to the
' lay County Line of an approximate
distance of 10 or 12 miles
This the 2 day of January ti?2ti.
I*. B. MORROW. Sheriff.
22-et-bl.ntl Cherokee County. N.
In The Superior Court
: II. Hyatt. Jr.
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled
ovo has been comma need in
. upsrior Court of ?'horrr
County, . u.oiinaf for the pur-.
Quinine ? divorce absolute
the ground of separation as
: provided by Statute; and the defenjdant
will futther take notice that,
j she is required to appear before the
Clerk of the Superior Corut. North
Carolina, at his office in Murphy.
N. C. on or before the 1st day of
(February, 1926, and answer or de1
mur to the Complaint of the plaintiff
filed in the above action or the plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the
, relief demanded in the Complaint.
This the 2nd day of January. 1926
F.. K. DAVIS. Clerk
Superior Couit Cherokee Co.
NORTH t AROI.INA.
In Superior Court
G. \Y. Hall
Ilarvt Worley and Wife Rachel
Lestie Davis, Ruiase Baker and Wife
Lestie Davis, Rufus Baker of Wife
Nancy Baker. Men vie Davis and wife
Lillie Davis, Jim Mashbum and wife
Cordis Mashburn and Arval Baker
and wife Hat tie Baker.
NOTION OF SUMMONS FOR
The defendant? above named will
, take notice that on action entitled
as above has meon commenced in the
' supetior court of Cherokee County
i the object and purpose of said action
being to have the adverse claim
of the defendants to a certain tract
of land, to-wit, a tract of lard bought
| by plaintiff from William N. Gentry
j and wife, determined and canceled
, as a cloud upon the title i?f the plaintiff,
and that the defendants be declarer!
to hav? nn 1 T-O.ru.f ">
'"in said tract of land, said tract of
j land Wine: fully described in ;? deed
from the said William N. Gentry and
wife to plaintiff G. W. Hall of ro.-ord
Iin the office of the Register of
Deeds for the county of Cherokee
and also fully described in the afI
fidavii of the plaintiff now on file in
i the Office of the Clerk of the Sup!
erior Court for said County of Cbero'
' j And the defendants will furihei
I | take notice that they are required to
I appear before the Clerk of Superior
Court at his office in U. cou:
in Murphy on th< 20. , ' T?V;
ruary, and answer or demur tc
the complaint in said action or the
^ plaintiff will apply to the cou-t for
' K % I
This 1 Ith day of Jan.. 1026.
E. R. DAVIS. Clerk
r Superior Court, ChercVee Couvty
North C.:roMr.i, ti-wi-Dd)
\JT. MURPHY. N. C.
; Cherokee Countv.
ILn the Superior Court
fila .May Patterson,
I F.dd Patterson,
NOTICE OF SERVICE OF SUM*]
MOXS RY PUBLICATION
The defendant Kdd Patterson.
' will take notice that an action en i
titled as above has been commenced J
in the Superior Court of Cherokee.)
; County. N. C. against him f??r an ah- j
soiuie uivorce t?n statutory Rioann'
and the said defendant will further i
take notice, that he is re^ured to ap-1
; pear at the office of the Clerk th?Superior
Court of Cherokee County.
C. in the Court House in Murphy,
N. C. on the 9 day of Feb. 192??
and answer or demur to the con plaint
in -aid actiin or the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for relief!
demanded, in the complint.
This S day of January I92*?.
(il-lt-H) K. K. DAVIS. Clerk I
of the Superior Court, Cherokee I
"County, N. C.
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visited his brother. Tyre -.re day la^t j
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.Mr. R. (. Coffey. Asheville. spent!,
a day or so in Marble last week j
looking: after his properly. Hub is j
Mr. Vinson Hall, wife imdbaby, j
Bryson City, spent ilie week end with;
hi- father. Mr. I. B. llall.
Mrs. Idly Smith and children spent:
the week-end visiting it! her father's
' Mr. Mulkey, M air by.
Our snow and ice was followed by
;a copious rain: si ill. some of our-.
I wells are dry.
In a former communication your
correspondent wrote, "She s*lk- -yfflme
i of them foi the price of a hoi.se^" J
> Your typo made hint say ' House,"
which seems to have ilately offend '
ed Mr. Crisp, Marble's town marshal.:
We do not know why? If our esteemed
marchal has yellow dogs. eur !
dogs, or fine dog.- Tfti nale wo d?> not i
know of it.
Your correspondent did not nee the
Christmas fight 31 r. Crisp disputes]
our statement about, mid which so an.!
gered him. The report was given
us by a Justice of the Peace who [
said he saw the fight, blood and All. j
And that he saw the aggressor get <
in bis car and ?i?:vo off- fothvw-1
t ing the fight, right before the mar-!
. shal, who made no effort to arrest .
i him. Sam Jones said, "The hit dog j
| yelps." Hcwevr, both men iat?rj
submitted before the magistrate, and
were fired the cost.
j Sunday morning?it raining and
mudcy. a youth who looked a*
though he might be some fifteen
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