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ICE OF SALE OF LAND
Under ar.d by virtue of the powev
of sale contained in a certain -ieed
of trurt, executed by A. C. Greene
and wife Ed a Greene, to the undersigned.
Tru-tee. coir-eying the land)
deacnoe'J in *aio deed trust for
the pur-p ?<* of secur-Tntr the indebtedness
therein men*i'-?-d. which *sid
deed 'f trust ij rteorded in the ffice
of Reg.-ter of I' Cher kee
County Book NV. -ft, jare 1 ~ and
default ha-i/ig beer. jn made the
payment 'f *ajd .r.debtednes-, and
the power of *a> having become
operative. th< -nder^drr.ed, Tr.ete'-.
for the ; -:pf c- f -at.-f; r d indebted-e:ntere
* ard c -t of i?>.
will on Feb. I ">th, at 12. ?0 . ~k
A. M. at *.:.? . -t j r : n M
phy, Ch? -.? ?- ' ,\ Carolina.
ex* - . air.0 for a ' to the
highest ' r -r o o lard- being
; rt. - arly o or.bed as
T* ertai t " " r
Notia Tc ' : -n The wafrs ? f
Beech ' * < *r:- * being - ,-.vas
the land W. A. Greene bought
from th? Fn-h.-i-t He.r*, and also
knowr ar *r.e 'Z? H g < i farrr..
and being j.h? - . r.f ; ,ri'J nve ed
to W. A <; ?> r.i- by d' f- ? ?>f
J. I). Mali ,"'-. Comm ioner, dated
29th day of March, 19 17, and recorded
in the 4 fir- of the Register of
Deeds of Cher W-e Gounty, in Book
No. 69 of !> ' -j a* f'age 1. The
other trace, o' land being known as
the land W. A. Greene purchased
from G. W SGle*; also k-own a? apart
of the 01-i J<- - Wright Farm
raid two t.rac'- * land being bounded
and described as follows
Beginning or. a large Spanish oak
near the Sandy Gap, and runs .1 south
direction with A. M. Baker's line to
a bla< k .fuck near a road on top of
a ridge; them a >outh direction with
the line of R-Aert Stile* to ? Spanish
Oak, corner of G W. Stiles; thence
a south e??t direction with said road
and lire of G. W. Stiles to u rock
corner of G. \V. Stiles; thence a-:
east direction with the line of Foley
Brockman to a Sourwood near the
road; thence a north east direction
with the line of Foley Brockman to
a black oak on top of the ridge;
S thence about north t ? a rock cornei of
Jasper V vies and F? : Brockman
thence a north east direction with th*
line of Jasper Voyle ??. a black
?m* un v )|> i>i n i iuki- , r a norm
cast direction with the lin" of said
Jasper Voyles to a lurfc poplar on
the branch; thence a r -.rth direction
with the line of Jasper V y?*ls. to a
email post oak, orr,? r of Jaspm
Voylea, J. J. Calh way and J. \N .
0 Greene thence a wc-.t direction wii
the line of ./. J. < ?.llov;ay to a
Small oak; thence a west direction
with the I. J. Calloway t act to a
rock on top of a ridge to the beginning,
containing 100 acres, more or
This the 14th day of January
F. O. CHRISTOPHER
A DM INI ST R A TO ICS NOT ICR
Having Qualified as adminitstator
of the estate of P. E. Nelson, late
of Cherokee County, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
said estate to exhibit them to the
undersigned on or before the first
day cf January, 1027, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted tc
said estate will please make immediate
This January 1, 1926.
W. B. NELSON, Administratoi
of the estate of P. E. Nelson
Deceased. <21 6t-pd)
APPLICATION FOR PARDON
Application will he made to tin
Commissioner of Pardons and thi
Governor of the State of Nortl
Carolina for the pardon and parol*
of Willard Barnett, who was con
vlctcd at the August Term 1023 o
the Superior Court of rherokei
County N. C. for abandonment of hi
wife and children and sentenced a
the November Term 1025 of th*
Superior Court of Cherokee County
N. C. by the presiding Superio
Court Judge to serve a term of twi
years on the Public roads of Bun
combe County N. C.
All persons, Who oppose the grant
in* of said rfttdon or parole are in
vited to forward their protest to tin
Commissi or or of pardons without do
This the 7tb day of January 1026
<22-dt-pd) J. R. BARXKTT
Father of Willard Harnett
gTATK ~CF_NORTII CAROLINA.""
In the Superior Court
Jiftry County Bank, ^
a.- a anc Georgia Rs.i*ay Com- T
' C 1 d<
, NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE
L'y . r've 5 as execution directed
-.o- urder-igned from the '
-foart of Cherokee County c:
' n tre entitled a t.'-. I will on the r
'-t f Feb. : *26 It teing the
f t M'/nd*y in February 1 E*2r? at
'< A. M at the C' art
Houe-? d r of -a.d County ' f Cherokee.
N. C. sell to the highest bidder
for -a-r to satisfy -aid execution
*- r.r a . I te.- f v
' h the '^fendont- Carolina, '
Go '-rg -1 Railway Company ha? in
- r e f ra.I R ad cross tie*. *
| -te*1 <' ir r:i- ar.d the Crow tie- H
including road bed and right away sj
from the To*n f Andrew- in *he ^
< ' , f * - kee, N. C. t the
.iy ' .rty Line of an approximate ^
distant <- f 10 or 12 mile*: F:
Tr..- - day of January K?2C J.
P 13. MORROW. Sheriff, V.
22 r. ? Cherokee County. N. C. !'
In The Superior Court (
P. H. Hyatt, Jr. p
The defendant above named w:!l 1 ^
take notice that an actio.-, entitled:^
a- above ha? been comma-.ced in p
the Supsrior Court of Cherokee
C' unf.y. North Carolina, for the purP
-e of obtaining a divorce absolute jj
upon the ground of separation a* ^
provided by Statute; aid the defer.-, ^
dant will further taxe notice that
-he is required to appear before the,.J
( <-r of the Super: C'orut. North' ^
Cay iir.a, at his office ir. Murphy,
N. C. <?o or before the 1st day of C<
February. 1926, and answer or de- ^
: r to -he Complaint of the plaintiff . ^
filed in the above action or the plain j"
tiff will apply to the Court for the
lief demnnricd in the Complaint.
I hi The 2nd lay of January, 1926 J
K K. MAVIS. Clerk
S .perior Court Cherokee Co.
NORTH ( AROLINA, a
' HKKOKKK ' OIJNTY.
In Superior Court
G. W. Hall j ei
; Hai \Vorl? v and Wife Rachel |11
jl.e-Ce Davy. Kufu?e Ifaker and Wife ^
I I.e>'iie Davis, Itufu Baker of Wife ,
Nancy Baker, Menvie Davis and wife
liillie Davi-. Jim Ma hPum and wife]
Blrdis Mashburn and Arval Baker *'
ami wife Ilattie Baker.
r. ui M .\1MU.NS F'JH
The i dants above named will | ^
take notice that an action entitled!'
n above has meen commenced in the!'.'
superior court of C herokee County j ^
the object and purpose of said nc-1
tion being to have the adverse claim i
of the defendants to a certain tract
of land, to-wit, a tract of land bought
by plaintiff from William N. Gentry
| and wife, determined and canceled ^
'as a cloud upon the title of the plaintiff,
and that the defendants he do
dared to have no interest or estnt?in
said tract of land, said tract of <,
land beinp fully described in a deed
from the ~aid William N*. Gentry and ^
wife to plaintiff G. W. Hall of record ^
in the office of the Recister of
j Deeds for the county of Cherokee
;iand also fully described in the af
' fidavit of the plaintiff now on file in
: the Office of the Clerk of the Suprterior
Court for said County of Chero.
And the defendants will further (
take notice that they arc required to
appear before the Clerk of Superior
, Court at his office in the couit hous?
in Murphy on the 20th day of February.
1020. and answer or demur to
the complaint in said action or the
plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief demanded in said complaint.
This Uth day of Jan., 1026.
E. E. DAVIS, Clerk
n Superior *"ourt, Cherokee County
" North Carolina. (23-4t-pd>
f NORTH CAROLINA.
Q Cherokee County,
t !.n the Superior Court
e Ida May Patterson,
r Edd Patterson,
o NOTICE OF SERVICE OF SUMMONS
The defendant Edd Patterson,
- will take notice that an action cn
titled as above has been commenced
? in the Superior Court of Cherokee,
County, N. C. against him for an absolute
divorce on statutory grounds
and the said defendant will further
take notice, that he is required to appear
at the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Cherokee County.
N. C. in the Court House in Murphy,
N. C. on the 9 day of Feb. 1926
and answer or demur to the com
THE CHEROKEE SCOC
a.nt in said actiin or the
ri! apply to the C'urt f r rei.vf '
emanded, in the c rr.phnt.
This - da;. f Jar uary
23-4t-pd) E. E. DAVIS. C e-k
: the Superior Court '/h -: kefi
our.ty, N. C.
In the Superior Court.
Before the Clerk
!r- Mnrr: D. Barker and
- and. J. Q. Barker.
earl Herbert and r.j-band, I
erbert, Iva Sanderson. George ,
a.-.derron, Beatrice Sander*- r. .
okie Peari Sanderson, HaC.e
under- r.. AIIeta May Sander* n.
:.n:a Sander^'.n. 01. Sanderrank
Sanderson and D. C. Coleir. r.
H. Colemar. Abhie Alexander, i
. M. l eal. J. A. Deal. G. C. Deal.
: i Fl:aH'"raM I a ftrc-*n JV . n
ea". O. C. Denton, Nannie Robin-j
n. H. A. Denv n. Fate Bible. Jeffj
ible. Sue Bennett, Herschei BiLl-.i
a be 3 C :.ier. T. G. Phillips, T. J. J
. Phillips, H R. B. Phillips, P. i.
ible, Jessie Bible. < Ionian B;r..?-.
nkr.own heir? <: Nancy Cole man. |
. E. McCoy, J. 3. Witt, W. J
*itt, B \V. Witt. M. T. Stewa't
Redwire, Betty Witt, Ur.kr.
eirs of Mary Witt, deceased.
araes. Suttizn Hunt. W. H. H
>ck, S. C. Lerr.mer, James Har.
sd Ail Unknown Heir- of Ha::;
ancock, deceased, John Har.
ate Handcock, Mary John
ime? Hancock, Jr.. Reed Han
ussie Hancock and ail Unknown
c-ir of William Hanc ck. docea.-ed.
Ir. and Mrs. Frank Orr, Chas. Hanjck,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Pad - *.
rid all Unknown heirs of Richard
'ancock, Deceased, Alice B-- r.
[ildred McMahan, Luther in
'nkntwn Heirs of Isabel Da' . debased,
and all Unknown Heir- at la v
f M. W. Hancock, deceased.
NOTICE OF .SUMMONT'S
The d?ferdants afove named wii
iko notice that a Special p '. eeiU
itit'ed as above has been
rent ?d in the Superior Court f
f < County for the purp '
art'tion by -ale "f certain re-,
state ir. Clay Cour.tv. North < .rr.
na.fully described in the petition
i t'ni cause, and being a putt
ic hon ' farm of tb- late M. W.
lav 1 in which pctiti-nei - and
efenb.nts are tenants ir. common;
nd t.he said defendant- wPl further
,ik?* notice that they :> " required
aniii>!ir liofnr? jVin
l?ik ??f the Superior ' -art of C'av
f.imty, North Carolina, at hi- ofice
in the Courthou < in Hayesvilk-.
I. on the 1st tiny of .Match, 1 b 20,
nd answer or demur t ? the petitm
in said Special lV-eeedir.it or
ie petitioner- will :-.j ply to the
ourt for the relief demanded in the
This the 22rd day of January
W. L. M ATHKSON,
lerk Superior Court Clay County,
TO WHOM IT MAY ONCKRN
I see Advertised in the Cherokee
cout that application for pardon of
ITillard Barnett will be made to
ie Commissioner of pardon and to
tie Governor of the State of North
arolina. I his wife do hereby file
protest against Willard Ba?nett
ardor. I with many others do not
iiink that Willard Barnett has paid
*e penalty for abandoning his wife
Signed MAE BARNETT
25-4t-pd). Wife of Willard Barnett
New Way Simple But ]
Night coughing, with its distressing
loss of sleep and dangerous sapping
ot strength and vitality, can now be
almost instantly checked through a
simple bbt wonderfully effective treatment
that is economical, too.
This treatment is based on the famous
prescription known as Dr. King's
New Discovery for Coughs. For astonishing
relief make this test tonight
before retiring;?Simply take one teaspoonful
and hold it in the throat for
15 or 20 seconds before swallow.ng it.
The prescription has a double action.
It not only soothes and heals soreness
and irritation, but it quickly loosens
and removes the phlegm and congestion
which are the real cause of night
coughing. So with the cause removed.!
coughing stops quickly and you sleep ;
the whole night through.
The Dr. King's New Discovery prescription
is for coughs, chest colds,
sore throat, hoarseness, bronchitis,
spasmodic croup, etc. Fine for children
as well as grown-ups ? no harmful
drugs. At all good druggists. Ask fos
T. MURPHY. N- C.
- P.T H ' AROLiNA. |V
HEKOKEE COUNTY. Jti
i*. ;i m. J. AdaiRj. -i
vs. i t<
Lditan Adar 5. I *i
not;-. E ; s
The defer.da-.* -Live named wiil. C
take r.-t.ve .ha* an a - entitled
ic has "' ter. c n.rr.enoed :n the
super.. r C :r: . f Cherokee C ur.ty. <
N". r*h Carolina *y the : b.ntiff'c
E-ga.-r: the defendant for a diver - <
- the r.d- f matrimony: and
~ -aid left r iant further take e
r.vt.ce that -he .- required to appear r
at the ffice f the Clerk of Superi
Court of said C . -r ty or. the 4th day tof
March. 1926, or with hi 2 days d
rr.ereafter. at the * v-- f ?a:d
' ur.ty of Cherokee, a d a-e'v<r and p
ierr. ;rer t the c :..p:a:::t n said i*
i. Or. r the plaintiff wil! apply to d
he u.-t for the relief demanded in
a d < rr; ".a rt. t
Thi- l?t day of February. lt*2*d *
E. E. DAVIS. Clerk ' F
<2C-4t-pd> Superior <' rt. a
State f N rth Car nn
In the Super;--r
(Janarah H*--well. I'. \:ff
J. E. Howell, Defendant.
S'OTICE OF SERVICE OF SUM-,
MONS BY PUBLICATION
The defendant above named will '
Lake notice that an action entitled as *
<?hove has been commenced in the,
Supe:i r C irt of Cher'k?e County |.
N. 1 . him and the purpose
of the action is for an absolute
from the Lo*:d= "f matrim -nv
r. -tatutory kz> urds.
T*r.< lefe-.dant v..'.! further take
notice that he is required to person-],
ally appear bef< - the Clerk f ' e
Superior court "f Cherokee County .
N. 1 n the 3rd ivy * f March 1920 ,
a: u answer or demur to the said < <>m- ;
plaint now on file in the Clerks .
Of:;ce the < ;rt Hou-t- <-r the (
irt will giart the relief demanded ,
in the Complaint. .
Th - Is: day of Feb. 1026.
E. E. DAVIS. Cleik
_ i '.'hmc f the Superior Court
NOTICE OF SALE
Default in the payment of the in- 1
d< H.ednoss secured in a certain de'di
f u executed by the A. T. Dorsey
!. '"bee ? mpany, to the under-1
-ijrned ttu-tee, having been mad*.'
.ml t! editor thereby secured har-1
' - re- vested that the said t'ust-e
execute the power therein contained j
On the first Monday of March. I
ly-'d, in front of the courthouse door.
th? nr. - being the first day of said i
month. at 11 o'clock A. M., the under.'ipuod
tiustee, by virtue >>f thr
rowc contained in said trust deed,
will pro <ed to sell, at public auction,
to the highest bidder for cash, the
certain lands of the said A. T. Dorsey
Lumber Company therein conveyed,
lying in Cherokee County, and described
as follows, to-wit:
Tract No. 1. Lying on the waters
of Moss Creek. Beginning on a white
oak, the beginning corner of No.
992 and runs with the said line South
40 degrees east 09 polos to a chest nut
corner of said No. 992; thence
with its line North 45 degrees East
50 poles to a sourwood; thence South
15 degtees West 120 poles to a
black oak; thence South 05 degrees
S For All S
2 The Family ?
"We use Black-Draught In ?
our family of bIz children and v
find it a good liver and bowel A
2 regulator," says Mrs. C. E. ?
'J Nutt, of Mineral Springs,
41 Ark. "I b?T? I*
?? *V IMif
iself In the last two or three am.
year* for indigestion. I ~
would feel dizzy, have gas 9
and sour stomach, also feel a in
tightness In my cheat, I'd rT
take a good doee of K
| Liver Medicine 2
jb when I felt that w&v, and it 9
would relieTO me, ana I would 1
9 feel better for days. 9 1
9 "My husband takes it for 9 ;
= biliousness. He says he has * ,
9 never found its equal. When |R ,
9 he has the tired, heavy feel- 9 ,
2 ing. he takes Black-Draught (
9 night and morning for a few 9 j
9 days and he doesn't complain 9
^ any more. ,
9 "I aure do recommend Thed- Hr ?
9 ford's Black-Draught" 9
^ Your liver '-a the largest 2T
9 organ in your body, when 9 ?
I out of order, it causes many 9 i
complaints. Put your liver ?t . J
In shape by taking Black- ? >)
9 Draught. Purely vegetable. ?? !
Sold everywhere ^^9 j
i"t -: 41 p--des to a -mail hickory on
;e .ine of Xo. 992; thence with -aid
r e N rth 40 degrees West 152 pole?
a take .r. the line of No. 551
-.-r e v*. th - line North 45 de-j
:ee- east 2h pole* to the beginning.!
ntairirg seventy ?70> acres, more
T act N J. Also a certain tract
f land in -aid county and state
n taming fifty i5?"?j acres more or
r bo- ded as fellows: Beginn.a
or. a White oak tree standing
a-t of N '. 467 in district No. 6.
n the waters " Fadder's Creek and
ar.= North 4* dr-srr-c? 1 -*. 126 pole*
. . ak: thence South 40
egrees east >'2 pcles to a -take:
hence S uth degre< - West 12
.e? : a >t2Ke on the No.
91; then.e with that ii.-.e North 40
eeree* West to the ecin i g.
Tract N". j. Also that part of a
rait N--. 511 which runs -.n the.
igrt hand -ido f adj -ining Andy
Garwood's tract, con'aming oi.e acre
r.d rounded as follows:
Beginning n a white "aw and run*
n a North direction with the Jomes ;
1. Bry^'-r lire a stake at the wagon i
oiid; thence an eastern direction to I
'n VnrtVidin rti-pr.l
ion to ft .-take: thence an eastern
irectwn to the beginning.
Thi- February 3rd, 11*20.
DILLARD & HIM.
NOTICE OF ENTRY
Intry No. 1045
;:ute ol Nor th Carolina
< . W. .Savage and W. A. Savage
f Cherokee County. Enters five
it- . Hi??re . le--. of land on the
vaters of Shooting Creek. L>istrfct
? . 2. f ' !y County, Beginning on
stake corner of Tract No. 697.
rant 144">0 on the line of Tract
n . 0101 and run- with it* line West
?? the iir.e of No. 2381; then with
t- line t'- the line of No. 5060; the.:
.vith No. "o60 to the line of 697;
he:: with its line to the beginning.
Kntc-ie-l Jan. 29th, 1926.
C W. SAVAGE
W. A. SAVAGE
\ttest: GI.OVEK P. LEDFORD
K:led^jjin. 1926, at 2 o'clock
l*. M., and registered Jan. 29, 1926.
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There was a quite a hit of moving
hoie last week. Mr. Thos. Burger
moved his family to Isabella, and
Mr. \V. I. Led ford moved his family
*? Blue Ridjre, Ga. where he h is a
job in a Black Smith Shop. Mr.
mmew moved his family into
the home Mr. I.edford vacated.
Mr. .lames Henson has been very
sick for the last two weeks. His
nephew. Mr. Rob Hensoif moved him
to his horrte last week where he could
care for him more effectively.
Mrs. Cordelia Dills has been very
How Doctors Tieat
Colds and the ^iu
To break up a cold overnight o:
to cut short an attack of grippe, influenza,
sore throat or tonsiliiti>% physicians
and druggists are now 1 ous
mending Calotaha, the purified and
refined calomel compound tablet that
jives you the effects of calomel rnJ
salts combined, wi .l.out the unploasmt
effect*# cf either.
One or two Calotabs at bed-tinv.
vith a swallow of water.?that's all
<0 salt?, r.o nausea nor the slight***
nterferonce with your eating. worx
?r pleasure. Next morning your col.
ma vanished. :*..ur ry tf'u i? tfc0-,
ughly purified and you are fct'im
:ne with a Voorty r for b^-ak
ost. Eat what e 1 plea*?,?no con
Oct a fa n?ly package, t > iair.iiv.
?'.1 directions, only 80 cents. At nr..
rug store. (?.?! >
RIDAY FEBRUARY 5, 192* ||
? - - ? ?
tick for several day*. U
There was born to Mr and ft?. E
Audio Dills ln^t Saturday n <rirl baby
There is an epidemic <>f fh, ^ H
prolonged colds in our community
that ha- caupht the mon of ^ H
pt-.pk- and many of them hare beea
housed in for several day?. OH
Several of our citizens paid their j^E
taxes Monday as the tax Collect*
was making his "last round." BR
A goodly number of people attend. Ha
led the funeral of Mr~ Rac^| H
Rick? Friday af* l-?ce<kmj?H
i emete y. ;
Mr. W. L. Garren and Mrs. Xor?
Morgan recently attended a Churtfr
Officers meeting: at GraysviJJe, Ttrx
and stayed over the week end.
M Dee Jenkins, who was seriooty
hurt in a Graham login# camp sow
three weeks ago. was brought h'.et
last week much improved. :'[?
Mrs. Gus Parker?it is feared-^
seriously sick. V
John Lance moved up fn.ni Malty
la-t week, and occupies the Robb
.--on house. ?.<*!
Earnest Cook is repuilding his hoa
'in the Stanberty cove near tk
river bridge, and will occupy it.
Rev. Mr. Folger. Methodist Mi nil
or. was visiting and getting acquaint
in Marble last week. He will p-ead
at the Marble Baptist Church secoo
'Ti reported that Mr. Jud Ania
.-on has sold his house and hnd\vherc
Roy Kilpatrick lives, just ?j
rosite Mr. Smith's home? for
nice j :-:co. But the purchser's nai
I is not given.
Both Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bait
' have been quite sick; but we i
I glad indeed to hear that both a
Mr. Joe Coffee, now getting up
years, had the ill-luck to break s?
ribs, and he is feeble because of I
Mr. A. I?. Smith has been tenth
to his room with cold, but is
i Rev. and Mis. John S. Stnnbc^H
i visited children and friends in
s drews?Marble Fiiday till
, Mr. Stanberry filled his appointn^?
: preaching in the Marble RajflV
" Church Sunday morning and
ing. Though the rain poured
s hours. Mr. Star.herry preachd^H
- large congregations, who beared
gladly. Mr. Stanberry is
[ popular at Marble. Indeed, the^H
, people say that he is the most pot^^B
- man who has preached at Mi^B
since the days of Treadaway.
Mr. Andy I.auce, who lives witfe^H
son, John Iuince, is eighty-seven
old; and he is rather feeble. |K
Ira C. Owenby, S. L. Kisselh^B"
and Will Collins attended
Murphy this week.
L. M. Shields made a
trip to Murphy Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Evans of
I were guests of Mrs. V. C.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Shields d^HT
'heir school at Mt. Pleasant
and have moved back to their
Ralph Shields has bought the ^^B~
chandise of C. S. Burger and
continue the business.
U. S. Nichols of Epworth, G?a
business visitor here this
Ransy Cearley returned front
Messrs. A. B. and Frank
of Murphy had a fox ch?s<^^Bi
Dickey Mountain Tuesday
Mr. A. Rice. Road
Hothouse Township, attended
gular monthly meeting at
Monday and Tuesday.
G. M. Evans of Ranger ** ?
town a few days ago. _ B