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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OP CHEROKEE
Having qualified a t administratrix ;
of the Estate of J. H. Ax ley. De
ceased. late of the aforesaid County
and State, this Is to notify all per
sons having claims against the estate
c* said deceased to exhibit them to
the undersigned at Murphy. N. C .
on or before the 30th day of January,
1943. or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recover-'. All persons ln
ilt bird to said estate will please make
This tile 29th day of January.
LEILA GREY AXLEY.
Administratrix of the Estate
of J. H. Axley Estate
NOTICE of sale
IN SUPERIOR COURT
The Town of Murphy. Plaintiff
J. B. Carrlnger, Executor of Macs
Carrlnger. deceased. W. D. Townson
and wife. Winnie Townson. Warne
Townson and wife. Mrs. Wayne
Townson. Clyde Townson and wife.
Mrs. Clyde Townson. Jolin Carrlnger,
Anna Carrlnger. Mrs. Thelma Plercey.
guardian of John Carrlnger, and
Anna Carringer. Minors. Mrs. Thel
a>a PlfuOiy, iixiivkiuHliy ?nd Jack
Piercey. her husband.
And all other persons who claim
any right .title or Interest In the
lands Involved in this action. De
Murphy, N. C.
IT'f ALL RIOHT.
I KNOW A OOOD
Watch the spots fly!
When you think your
suit is too dirty to ever
be dean, that's when
we prove our superior
ity. Bring it n.
By virtue of a decree entered In the '
above entitled cause by the Clerk o t '
the Superior Court tor Cherokee I
County on Monday the 17th day o* ;
February. 1041. ordering and direct- |
ins the undersigned Commissioner V>
&ell the lands set forth and describe. I '
In a deed and deeds as set foith anil
described In the complaint In the
above styled action, the undersigned
Commissioner will on Monday th<'
23rd day of March. 1942. at 10 o'clock
A. M. Control Time, at the court
house door in Murj>hy, sell the fol
lowing pieces and parcels of land as
set forth and described in deeds re
gistered In office of Register of Deed .
for Cherokee County. North Carolina
FIRST PIECE: AU tliat certa.n
piecc ail dparcel of land set forth and
described in deed from O. P Snted,
and others to Mack Carrlnger regis
tered LX-eu Hook No. 83. page 289.
In said Register of Deeds office, ex
cepting all tliat part of said piece of
land, that part of same set forth and
described In deed from riieln.a
Piercy guardian of John Carrlnger
and Anna Carrlnger. and Thelma
| Plercey individually and her husband.
Jack Piercey to Wayne Townson and
Clyde Townson In deed Book No. 125.
SECOND PIECE: All that piece
and parcel of Lind set forth and de
j scribed in deed registered in deed
. Book No. 125. page 377. tt being deed
i from Thelma Plercey. guardian of
i John Carrlnger and Anna Carrlnger.
Thelma Plercey individuaiij, -nd her
husband. Jack Plercey to Wayne
! Townson and Clyde Townson.
Terms of sale Cash. Rights re
served to reject any and all bids.
Sale to be confirmed by the superior
court of Cherokee County.
This 18th day of February, 1942.
E B. NORVELL. Commissioner.
30-4t-E. B. N.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as Executrix of
the estate of L. E. Mauney. deceased,
late of Cherokee County. Norm Car
olina, this Is to notify all persona
having claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at her home In Murphy.
North Carolina on or before the 5th
day oi February, 11*43, or this notice
will be pleaded In bar of their recov
j ery. All persons Indebted to ssud ~
i tate will please make Immediate pey
This the 4th day of February, 1942
Executrix of the estate of
L. 3. Mauney, deceased.
28-St O. Sc C.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
WHEAREAS, J. B. Mulky and wife.
Tonia Mulkey, by Deed of Trust
dated May 1, 1939, registered In the
office of the Register of Deeds of
Cherokee County in Deed of Trust
Record 127 at Page 227, conveyed to
E. P. Hawkins, Trustee, the lands
hereinafter described to secure the
indebtedness therein described to B.
R. Carroll; and whereas, default h?.s
teen made in the payment of said
indebtedness, the undersigned Trus
tee. under and b:' virtue of the power
of sale in him vested by said Deed
of Trust and on account of default
In the payment of the indebtedness
thereby secured, will on Monday, the
23rd day of March. 1942, at 12 o'clock
noon (Central War Time), at the
Courthouse door in Murphy, Chero
kee County, North Carolina, offer for
sale at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash the following descrlb- ,
TRADE IN THAT OLD MACHINE
FOR \ BRAND-NEW SINGER
LIBERAL ALLOWANCES GIVEN
Or ? Get Your Old Machine Rebuilt
All Work 100% Guaranteed
let Us Teach You To Sew-It's Free
BUTTON HOLES MADE
Dress materials are getting scarcer and high -r.
Save your clothes by having the seams pink d
EI MO HAZELWOOD
Authorized Singer Representative
Shop Behind Cherokee Garage
For Service ? Phone 261
?-d lands in Cherokee County. North
, Carolina, to- wit:
WHST TRAC7T Being in Murphy
Township District No. 5 on the wa
ters of Owl Creek. BEGINNING on a
Chestnut tree on the side of the
ridge and runs 45* East 63 poles to
a Chestnut on top of the ridge: then
North 35 East 126 poles to a Spanish
Oak; then North 45" West 63 poles to
' r. Black Oak: then South 35 ' West
126 to the Beginning, containing 50
i-cres more or less
SECOND TRACT Being in Dis
trict No. 8. Shoal Creek Township.
BFGINNING on a forked Post Oak
< n top of a ridge on James Johnson's
line, runs West direction 47 poles to
? small Holly, corner of Sherman
Stiles land thence Southwest 60
pole1, to u small While Oak on the
, North Bank or Public Hoads: thence
Southeast with meanders of the
public road 123 poles to a iiai jock in
the North Bank of Bearpaw Cieek in
the old ford; then North course 84
poles to a Hickory near a spring
: then Northwest about 81 poles to a
Post Oak on top of a hill, the begin
ning corner; containing 55 acrcs,
more or less Fu ther reference is
made to Deed Book 106. Page 190 in
' the Register of Deeds Olfice in Chcr
THIRD TRACT: Being properly
i conveyed to J B Mulky and wife.
Ionia Mulky. the 6th day of Novem
j bcr. 1933, by ,T N Brockman and
wife. Sarah Brockman. adjoining the
] lands of Glenn Palmer Mrs T C.
, McDonald. Wi.ite heirs and others,
and bounded as follows: BEOIN
; MING on a stake in the North mar
gin of the Highway leading from
Murphy to Grandview and runs N.
67 30 w 1674 ft. to a stake on top
?of a mountain (pointers pine and
I oak > . then with an old lo.id as fol
i lows: N. 42 E. 250 ft. N 40 E. 119 ft.
' N. 38 E. 169 ft. to a Blaekgum on top
' of ridge in the T. C. McDonald line,
i then down the ridge with the T. C.
j McDonald line, and A. A. Bell line
| S. 75" E. 205 ft. to stake then E. 231
I it. to a stake, then N. 56" E. 363 ft.
| to stake and pine, then S. 84? E. 577
] ft. to Oak stump, the White corner,
then with the White line S. 74? E.
440 ft. to a stake in the bank of the
highway mentioned above; then with
| said highway as follows: S. 33? W.
I 254 ft. S. 17? 30 E. 129 ft. S. 20 W.
j 342 ft. S. 68 W. 219 ft. S. 16" 30 W.
282 ft S. 33 W. 144 ft to the begin
ning, containing 33 15-100 acres
more or less.
This the 19th day of February.
E. P. HAWKINS. Trjstee.
By ORAY & CHRISTOPHER,
4-t 2-26, 3-5-12-19
THE UNDERSIGNED A. J. Hem
bree. having this qualified as Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Carl M.
Stahl, deceased before J. W. Donley,
Clerk of the Superior Court of Cher
okee County, all persons will, there
lore. take notice that if they have
any claims against the undersigned
as Administrator of the estate, they
will file the same with the under
signed on or before the 23rd day of
January, 1943 of this notice will be
pled in bar of any right they may
have to recover and all persons In
debted to said estate will make im
This the 23rd day of January, 1942.
A. J. HEMBREE.
ADMINISTRATOR OF THE
ESTATE OF CARL M. STAHL,
Six 4-H Champions
In N. C. Are Named;
Names of six 4-H Club project
champions for 1941 ,all winners of
one-year scholarships to N. C. State
College, were announced this week.
They are: Henry Van Harmon of
Bertie County, the best tobacco
grower; Charles Cone of Nash coun
ty, corn champion; Franklin Batten
of Johnston county, cotton; Tim
Byrd of Sampson county, horticul
ture: Oearge R. Waller, also of
Sampson, poultry; and Howard T.
Blalock of Durham county, calf club
All will receive State College schol
The Bertie County tobacco King
made 1.*'0 pounds of fhie-currd to
bacco on his club acre, and realized
a net profit of $360.48. Young Com
averxrd 11( bushels of corn per |
kcre on three ceres. He made a prof- !
It of $81.75 per acre
Franklin Batten produced 2.371
Kmnds of .seed cotton, and 8b9
pounds of Unt. His profit vu
$177.16. Tim Byrd grew lima beans .
as his 4-H horticultural project, and I
Irom his club acre he produced 118 i
baskets o f beans His total profit was
Oeorge Waller kept a flock of New
HamrrJnre chickens. Including 42
hen 130 pullets He reported a la
bor income of $70.72 from the pro
uct. anc! at the end of the year he
ill had his laying flock
Howard Blulock. kep- three dairy
annul a cow ?& bull, and a lieilcr. I
County Gets $4,500
For Completion Of
Fair Exhibit House
An appropriation of $4,000 har
1 01 en .pproved in Washington for
i .rnpletion of the exhibit hall and
animal shed a! the County Pair
Grounds, and work is expected to bo
( sumed within tile next ten days 01
Tile work stopped many week;,
! ai:o, when both money and materials
I were exhausted. At that time the
I project had cost $22,500 T.ic new
| oppiupi uiliuu wiii sweii the cost to
j '27.000. anil the County probably
will have to spend about $2,000 more
for materials:, chiefly lumber.
Work yet to be done includes lay
ing rock, putting on a roof, and lav
:ng floors and putting in windows,
doors, etc. The cost of the project,
when completed, ?will l-e very close
to $30,000. It will have been built
entirely by PPA labor. It was started
about one year ago.
At least part of the high cost of
the improvement Is due to a series
of delays In construction, due partly
to weather. Prices began to rise, and
lunds were soon exhausted.
Of the original $22,500 estimated
cost, 75 per cent was supplied by the
Government and the other 25 per
cent or $5,624 came from the Coun
ty. The forthcoming additional pur
chases of material will increase the
county investment to ?7.?24.
Andrews Unit, N.C.E.A.
To Give Dinner Feb. 27
For Murphy Teachers
The Andrews local unit of the
North Carolina Education Associa
tion will hold a dinner meeting, Feb.
27. The group will meet at th Youth
Building, and the Murphy unit of the
organization will be specially invited
guests. The Andrews unit attended
a similar meeting in Murphy last
Mr. Edward S. Christenbury, Edu
cational Director of the TV A for
Cherokee. Clay and Graham coun
ties. will be the speaker. Mr. Chris
tenbury was formerly connected with
the Appalachian State Teachers'
college, where he was Dean of the
Faculty before taking up work re
cently with the TVA.
AX THE AXIS
FIRST AID SAVES
AS AUTOS CR ASH
R. P. Lovingood Applies
To Check Bleeding
Mr K P Lovingood. -eventh
?rade teacher in the Andrews Ele
imntary School, also w< the title
'f "Reverend" before lu> name.
< rvmK several ruial churches In
Cherokei County, and in ?' .Id it ion Is
school bas driver. He not only
. t rives to save the souls of men. but
thnlr lives ? - -JS ViV)
( m oved one day last week
M Lovingooc' driving his bu.i
about two miles West of Andrews on
Highway 19 stopped to di-charg*
some pupil The bus was trailed by
I two automobiles
The ftr>: ear stopped at a :ife dis
' a nee from the school bus. but the
. econd ear. dt i mm i by Ramon KUpat
I rick ? topped only when it rammed
tin back of the firs', one The crasl
! sen- Burt Gregory, a pr.ssengei . in
iit Kilpatrick ear. into the wind
! shield. He suffered deep wounds
i about the face, and was blcedln
i profusely, when Lovinnood came to
I offer help.
1 Lovingood is something of an au
i thority on First Aid, and was taking
; the First Aid course being given at.
j Murphy as a refresher. Examining
| Gregory's wounds he saw that unless
| thr pressure points could be closed
immediately, the injured man might
] bleed to death. Dr W C. Morrow
I later corroborated the judgment of
| i he First Aid man
Lovingood. acting in the emergency
left his bus parked, hailed a nearby
ear. held two pressure points, with
fingers until the wounded man could
e gotten to Dr. Morrow's office.
It was found that the inured man
iiad two deep wounds one over ar.d
near each eye. Three stitches were
lequired to close each wound.
A fellow teacher drove in Mr. Lov
I mgonri's bus TV Morrow dressed the
j wounded man's injuries.
I Murphy Boy "Signs Up"
' To Be Ensign In Navy
John Doughty AM en. age 20. of 615
Hlwassee St.. Murphy, a member of
the Junior class at Cornell University
has been sworn in as an apprentice
seaman in Class V-7, U. S. Naval Re
Alden. son of H. W. Alden, will re
ceive four months intensive training
j at a Naval Reserve Midshipman's
i School after his graduation from
j college, and upon successful comple
i lion of this course will be comml:
! sioned as an Ensign. U. S. Naval Re
National agricultural leaders are
? pointing out that some of the natural
; sweets, such as honey and cane sor
; chum, can be used effectively as a
i sugar substitute in the average fam
JUST FOR COMPARISON
PLEASE READ THIS
"Hash, low grade, 75 cents a dish; hash, 18-karat, $1; beef (wild
steer), $1; beef (tame from Arkansas), $1.54; Jack rabbit, SI; bean
or oxtail soap, $1; rice pudding, plain, $1, with cream, $1-50.
"As an Inducement to hniyrry muckers the cafe also offered
'Square meal, with dessert, S3 ? payable in advance ? rold scales at
end of counter'."
The above quotation is from the menu of a
restaurant in California, back in 1850.
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YOU'LL FIND PRICES REASONABLE
A $10 MEAL TICKET FOR $7.35!
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