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?. ? SALE OF VALUABLE
OF ANDREWS Vs.
[ palmer, et als.
and by virtue of an order
of the Superior Court
County. N. C. made in
. titled proceedings for
. a tax liens appointing
ned Commissioner of the
-ell the lands herein deorder
to satisfy said liens,
I. Tillitt, Commissioner as
!, will on Monday, Novemi
11*31?, at 10:30 o'clock, A.
rphy time) at the courthouse
Cherokee County, N. C. of-ale
to the highest bidder for
following described lands:
the Eastern half of lot No.
. k L of the original survey
mth, ! \vn of Andrews, and being
^B 1-2 1-7-8 and 9 in block L
Wjt survey of the Town
nd posted this the 30th day
J !). If. TILLITT, Commissioner.
jyiCF ? SALE OF VALUABLE
E REAL ESTATE
)\VN OF ANDREWS?Vs?
B. (ilLLESPIE ET UX ET ALS
^Bl'ndci and by virtue of an order
^B th< rk of the Superior Court
^B Ch? i ?k*-e County, N. C. made in
Ette ah" entitled proceedings for
tax liens appointing
ut igned commissioner of the
^fturt " 11 the lands herein describ;r.
d.*r to satisfy said liens, I,
. H. Ti tt. Commissioner as afore^Biii.
\ ri Monday November, 2nd,
a' 10:15 o'clock, A. M. (Mur^By
t at the courthouse door
Hf1 ounty, N. offer for
t highest bidder for cash
e following described lands:
In tin- l'own of Andrews, Cherokee
Mwtv. N. C.
Koine lots Nos. 11 and 12 in block
F in Oakwood Heights Addition to
o?ti of Andrews, except that poron
"f slid lots which is in excess
! homestead allottment and sold untr
execution. Being the lots concved
i" \. B. Gillespie by J. A.
ichaikom et ux by deed dated
muan. J8th., 1921, and recorded
i book 28 page 151, records of
herokee County, N. C.
Dated and posted this the 24th.
by of September, 1936.
I). H. TILLITT, Commissioner.
iOTICE: ? SALE OF VALUABLE
NDRF.WS SCHOOL DISTRICT
ND OR ANDREWS SPECIAL
IOND TAX UNIT OF CHEROKEE
iAMUEL B1RCHFIELD, ET ALS.
AM BIRCHFIELD ET AL.
Under and by virtue of an order
if the Clerk of the Superior Court
>f Cherokee County, N. C. made in
he above entitled proceedings for
weclosure on tax liens appointing
he undersigned Commissioner of the
-ourt to sell the lands herein deicriheu
111 lil'ilto- f n caticfo eo i (I 1 ion e
. C. E. Hyde, Commissioner as
Brtoresaid, will on Monday, NovemB*r,
2nd. 1!>36, at ten o*clock, A. M.
I(Murphy time) at the courthouse
Bdoor oi * herokee 'County, N. C. oiBfer
for sale to the highest bidder for
Bcash the following described lands:
I FIRST TRACT: Being situated
Bon the waters of Holland's Creek,
Valleytown Township, Cherokee
BCounty, X. C. and being a portion of
tract Xo. 106 and tract No
B And being all the land conveyed
Bio Samuel Birchfield by George W.
BHensley by deed dated Feb. 27th.,
Bl924 and recorded in book No. 87
BP*ge 378. Containing 75 acres,
more or less. Said deed of record
Vn Cherokee County, N. C.
I SECOND TRACT: Being a part
tract No in Valleytown
Township, Cherokee County, N. C.
on the waters of Beaver Creek.
And being all the land conveyed to
Samuel Birchfield by Bascorab Lee
&nd wife, Ela Lee, by deed dated
March, 25th? 1926 and recorded in
Mrt0'1 J,'?" 89 267. Records of
Cherokee County, N. C.
I ^ated an<' Posted this the 30th.
day of September, 1936.
,, C. E. HYDE, Commissioner.
NOTICE: ? SALE OF VALUABLE
I REAL ESTATE
I tnder and by virtue of an order
l?f re? ^'Cr'? the Superior Court
^"efokee County, N. C. made in
o ? sPec'al proceedings of Andrews
c ool District and / or Andrews
Special Bond Tax Unit of Cherokee
County, vs. W. T. Moore et als. for
foreclosure on a tax lien appointing
the undersigned Commissioner of
the Court to sell the lands herein described
in order to satisfy said lien.
I. D. H. Tillitt, Commissiorier as
aforesaid, will on Monday, November,
2nd. 1936 at 10:45 o'clock, A. M.
(Murphv time) offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash the following
Being lots Xos. 4-5 and C in block
D of Junaluska Jungles?Reference
to the plot or map of same which is
recorded in the office of the Register
of Deeds for Cherokee County,
being hereby made for a more accurate
and complete description of
said lots or parcels of land.
Dated and posted this the 30th.
day of September, 1936.
D. II. TILLITT, Commissioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE
WESTERN DISTRICT OF
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
upon the relation and for the use
of the TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY,
C. F. DENTON
ADA P. WALDO, his wife
I SADIE J. WALDO, a widow
I MAY WAI.DO HiPk'Kc
FREDERIC J. WALDO
GEORGE T. MILLSAPS
UNKNOWN HEIRS AND/OR DEVISEES
of Leonard Waldo, Ada P.
Waldo *and Sadie J. Waldo, a widow
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
In the above styled cause, it appeared
by affidavit that: i
Leonard Waldo, Ada P. Waldo, his
wife, Sadie J. Waldo, a widow, and
May Waldo Hipkiss, are nonresidents
of the State of North Carolina, their I
residence now being Belmont, Massachusetts.
Frederic J. Waldo is a nonresident
of the State of North Carolina, his
last known residence being Buffalo,
The unkown heirs and / or devisees
of Leonard Waldo, Ada P. Waldo, his
wife, and Sadie J. Waldo, a widow,
whose names, lages, and addresses
are unascertained after due search
and inquiry are sought to be made
parties to this proceeding.
The unkown claimants, whose
names, ages, and addresses are unascertained
after due search and inquiry
are sought to be made parties
to this proceeding.
It is, therefore,
ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND
DECREED that the respondents
Leonard Waldo, Ada P. Waldo, his
wife, Sadie J. Waldo, a widow, May
Waldo Hipkiss, Frederic J. Waldo,
the unknown heirs and / or devisees
of Leonard Waldo, Ada P. Waldo,
his wife, and Sadie J. Waldo, a widow,
and the unknown claimants appear
on or before the 23 day of
Nov., 1936, in the District Court of
the United States for the Western
District of North Carolina, Asheville
Division, sitting at Asheville,
North Carolina, and there make answer
to the petition filed in the above
styled cause by the United States
of America, upon the relation and for
the use of the Tennessee Valley AuIthority,
and then and there assert
whatever claim, right, title, or in
i-cicat uicy maj nuvt" hi sum ianu
sought to be condemned in said styled
cause, or be forever barred.
The easement and right of way
sought to be condemned is on, over,
and across the following land:
A strip of land for a right of way
150 feet wide, lying 75 feet on each
side of the center line of the Santeetlah-Fowler
line location, as shown on a map filed
in the Recorder's office of Graham
County, North Carolina, through the
land of C. F. Denton, the center line
of the location through the land of
C. F. Denton being more particularly
described as follows:
BEGINNING at a point where the
center line crosses the North line of
C. F. Denton's land at survey station
738 / 62.0 on the center line of the
transmission line location, said point
being N. 86? 54' W-, 7E5 feet from
a corner of the lands of C. F. Denton,
and the Nantahala National Forest;
thence S. 61? 00' W., 4970.1 feet
to survey station 788/32.1; thence
S. 40? 30' W., 736.9 feet to a point
where the center line crosses the
Southeast line of C. F. Denton's land
at survey station 795 / 69.0, aaid
point being S. 55? 28' W., 247 feet
from a corner of the lands of C. F.
Denton, and the J. L. Denton Heirs.
s Cherokee Scout, Murphy
The above described strip of land
is a continuous right of way 150 feet
wide through the said property between
the above named North and
Southeast property lines and has a
net length of 5707 feet along the
center line, ,
It is further ordered that this notice
be published once a week for
4 consecutive weeks in the Cherokee
Scout, a weekly newspaper published
in Murphy, North Carolina.
Done this 23 day of Sept., 1936.
E. Y. WEBB, Judge United
States District Court Western District
of North Carolina Asheville Division.
A True Copy?Test
J. Y. JORDAN. Clerk
By O. L. McLURD,
(9-4t-tva) Chief Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Whereas, on June 1st, 1934, W.
M. Fain and wife, Zelma Fain and
Porter Fain, executed to the undersigned
Trustee a Deed of Trust
on lands therein described, and which
is herein described, to secure certain
I indebtedness to various parties namj
ed in said deed of trust, which said
deed of trust is registered in office
of Register of Deeds, for Cherokee
County, in deed book No. 112, page
344, to which said record reference
is hereby made: and whereas the said
j W. M. Fain, Zelma Fain and Porter
Fain have failed to pay off and discharge
all of the indebtedness securI
er by said deed of trust; and whereas
application has been made bv
! those beneficiaries set forth in said
j deed of trust who have not been paid
| that the undersigned trustee do execute
the trust imposed upon him to
the extent that said lands set forth
and described in said deed of trust
be sold: Now therefore by virtue of
the power and authority given mc
by said deed of trust, as trustee, 1
will on Monday the 26th day of October,
1936, at 10 o'clock A. M. Con
tral Time, offer for sale at the
Courth House door in Murphy, and
sell all the right, title and interest
of the said W. M. Fain, Zelma Fair
and Porter Fain in and to the following
pieces and parcels of lane
situate in the Town of Murphy
Murphy Township, Cherokee County
North Carolina, to-wit:
FIRST PIECE: All their right
title, and interest in and to thai
piece of land known as the home oi
the late E. Fain, and Tommic
Fain in East Murphy, described at
BEGINNING on a locust stake on
j Ihe line of late P. M. G. Ray (Now
I Mrs. Ella Brittain) lot and the N. E.
corner of the Bascomb Pass (now
j Mack Carringer Estate) lot and runs
| North 23, West 385 feet to a stake;
then South 52 West 132 feet to a
post oak; then North 23 West 25 feet
I to a stake (formerly a post oak);
then South 52 West 221 feet to a
stake; then South 38 East 396 feet
to a stake; then NorJh 52 East 281
feet to BEGINNING. Jt being same
piece of land described in decree of
Superior Court for Cherokee County
and recorded in office of Register of
Deeds for Cherokee County in Deed
Book No. 26, on page 589.
The conveyance of above piece of
land as to interest of W. M. Fain, is
subject to a deed of trust given by
W. M. Fain and wife, to Charles W.
Carringer, Trustee on May 8th, 1931,
and recorded in Deed Book 94, Page
511, May 8, 1831.
SECOND PIECE: Lot No. 6., old
survey of Town of Murphy, and
formerly owned by the late Mercer
Fain, and conveyed by heirs of
Mercer Fain to John E. Fain, by deed
dated July 18, 1908, and registered
in deed book No. 50, Page 481, December
THIRD PIECE: All the right title
and interest of parties of first part,
in, and to that piece of land conveyed
by P. A. Mauney, Commissioner
to W. M. Fain, and Porter Fain by
deed dated June 9th, 1926, and registered
in Deed Book No. 96, page
347, in office of Register of Deeds
for Cherc*:ee County and described
BEGINNING on a stone the North
East corner of Ben Grant's (Now T.
S. Evans) lot, and running with
Valley River Avenue North 56 East
10 poles and 4 links to the street
leading from Valley River Avenue
to Hattie D. Akin's lot; then said
street North 35 West 12 poles and
17 links to the ctreot that runs in
front of J. E. Fain dwelling and
Hattie D. Akin's dwelling; then
South 56. West 7 poles to the line
of Ben Grant (Now T. S. Evans)
lot; then with said line South 20
East 12 poles and 21 links to the beginning.
Excepting from the above described
THIRD PIECE, that part of same
ft North Carolina
conveyed by W. M. Fain and wife
and Porter Fain, to C. F. and C. H.
Holder, by deed dated June 9, 1926.
which is registered ir. Deed Book No.
89 page . June 10th. 1926.
The sale of th" foregoing described '
pieces of land is made subject to all
taxes assessed against same and as
against W. M. Fain. Zelma Fain and
Porter Fain, and remaining unpaid
at time of sale that may be due the
Town of Murphy and Cher<*.ee County.
and subject to all judgments that
may be of record in office of Clerk
Superior Court for Cherokee County
against IV. M. Fain. Zelma Fain and
Porter Fain, and all deeds of trust
or other liens on same again-t said
\V. M. Fain, Zelma Fain and Porter
Fain, prior to the deed of trust executed
to the undersigned trustee.
Terms of sale Cash. Right reserved
to reject any and all bids.
This September 22nd. 1936.
EBMUND B. NORVELL,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
In the District Court of the United
States for the Western District of
In the matter of
WILLIAM ROBERT PINKERTON
To all persons who may be concerned
in the above matter as well
as all other persons:
Notice i< hereby given that on
Thursday, November 12th, 1936, at
the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. Central
Time, at the store house recently
occupied by William Robert
Pinkerton on Tennessee Street in
the Town of Murphy, Cherokee
County, North Carolina, I will offer
for sale at, pubilc outcry, the stock
of goods, wares and merchandise, together
with fixtures, invoiced a> the
estate of said bankrupt, consisting
, of shoes, clothing, drygoods. notions
[ and groceries and other items. Only
the equity of the bankrupt in such
items and articles upon which there
, is a lien, by virtue of conditional sales
I contract, will be sold subject to the
- liens and encumbrance on same, and
, the purchaser of such items will pur.
chase the same subjects to all enI
, The sale of the assets of the hank,
rupt will be made subject to the
confirmation of the court. Terms
, of sale cash. The right is reservec
t to r 'ject any and all bids. Inspec
: tion of stock of goods will be allowed
! at any time by the trustee, at Muri
phy, N. C.
EDMUND B. NORVELL,
Trustee of the Estate of William
Robert Pinkerton, Bankrupt.
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP,
ETC., REQUIRED BY THE
vr v.wixvjRC.JO C?r AUUU5I
24, 1912, of The Cherokee Scout published
weekly at Murphy, N. C. for
October 1, 1936.
State of North Carolina
County of Cherokee ss.
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R. H. DeBUTTS, Assistant General
froporttooote larss to o3?or Texas Mints,
ton. Austin ad 8on taludt. For jartksr m
Thursday, Oct. 22, 1936
Ton farms in Cherokee and
Clay Counties. Prices from
$200 to $1500.
One fifth cash balance over
period of years not exceeding
twenty at 5 per cent interest. ?>
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF
D. Reeves Noland |
Clyde, N. C. |
Before me, a Notary public in and
for the State and court aforesaid,
personally appeared L. A. Lee. who,
having been duly sworr: according to
law, deposes and says that he i- the
publisher of the The Cherokee Scout
and that the followling is. to the best
of his knowledge and belief, a true
statement of the ownership, management,
etc., of the aforesaid publication
for the date shown in the above
caption, required by the Act of August
24. 1912, embodied in section
411, Postal I^aws and Regulations.
That the names and addresses of
the publisher, editor, managing editor,
and business managers are:
Publisher and Business Manager:
L. A. Lee, Murphy. N. C.
Editor and Managing Editor: Sam
Larr. Murphy, N. t.
That the owner is: L. A. Lee, Murphy,
That the known bondholders, mortgagees,
and other security holders
owning or holding 1 per cent or more
of total amount of bonds, mortgages,
or other securities are: Miss H. M.
Berry, Raleigh, N. ('.. mortgagee.
Thai ihe two paragraphs next
above, giving the nain? > of the own1
ers, stockholders, and security holders,
if any, contain not only the list
' of stockholders and security holders
' as they appear upon the books of
; the company but also, in cases where
stockholder or security holder apI
pears upon the books of the company
as trustee or in any other fiduciary
relation, the names of the person or
corporation for whom such trustee
is acting, is given; also that the said
two paragraphs contain statements
5 embracing affiant's full knowledge
1 and belief as to the circumstances
- and conditions under which stockI
holders and security holders who do
not appear upon the books of the
company as trustees, hold stock ami
securities in a capacity other than
that of a bona fide owner; and this
affiant has no reason to believe that
any other person, association, or corporation
has any interest direct in
the said stock, bonds, or other securities
than as so stated by him.
L. A. LEE.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this Hi day of Oct., 1936.
Hattie Palmer. Notary Pubilc.
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