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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1937
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
(By Substituted Trustee)
rursuant to the power and au
thority contained in a certain deed
of trust dated tin: 17th day of July,
1934, executed by Mrs. Eleanor
Tarrish Waldroop, firdn. of Dor
othy Parrish, Fred .Tarrish and
June Parrish, all minors, and Mis.
Eleanor Parrish Waldroop, individ
ually and husband Wiley Waldroop,
to Alan S. O'Neal, Trustee, which
deed of trust is- duly, registered in
the office of the Register of Deeds
of Macon County,' North Carolina,
in. Hook of Mortgages 32, page ,5S4,
securing a certain note payable to
HOM E OWNERS' LOAN COR
PORATION, tic-fault- having' been
made for a period of more than
ninety. (90) (lays in the payment
of said note as provided therein
and in the performance of certain
covenants set out in said deed of
trust and demand of foreclosu: cs
having been made .by the holder of
said indebtedness, the undersigned
Trustee, having been substituted as
Trustee, for M. Alan S. O'Neal,
said substitution being duly record
ed in the office1 of the Register of
Deeds of Macon County, North
Carolina, in IKS, page 111, will-offer
for sale at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash at the
Court House door in Macon Coun
ty, Franklin, North Carolina, at 12
o'clock noon on the 9th day of
November, 1937, the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit: Eying
and being in the Town of Franklin,
Franklin Township, County of Ma
con, State of North Carolina, and
more particularly described and de
fined as follows: Bounded on the
North -by Penland Brothers, bound
ed on the East by Mrs.' S. H.
(Ella T.) Lyle; bounded on the
South by Lyle Street, and bounded
on the West by Bidwell Street. Be
ing lots Nos. 18 and 20 of the. Ella
T. Lyle land as surveyed and plat
ted by W. N. Sloan, June 27, 1922,
which plat is recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds for Macon
County, Plat Book, No.' 1, page 11.
And more particularly described .as
follows: BEGINNING at a stake,
the corner of Bidwell and Lyle
Streets, and runs with the North
side of Lyle Street East 32. feet;
South 87 degrees East W2 feet;
then North 1 degree East 134 feet;
then West 198 feet to , Bidwell
Street; then with the East side oi'
Bidwell Street South 105 feet to
the BEGINNING. And being the
same land as described in a deed
from Asheville Safe Deposit Com
pany, Successor Trustee, to Consol
idated Realty Corporation, dated
1st day. of January, 1934, and re
corded in Deed Book W-4, page 318
Records of Macon County, North
Carolina, and being the same prop
erty as sliown on a plat prepared
by W. B. McGuire. surveyor, on
May 3, 1934, which is now on file
with the Home Owners' Loan Cor
poration. This property will be sold sub
ject to the 1937 taxes.
The purchaser at this sale will be
required to make a cash deposit of
five per cent of the purchase price
to show good faith. .
This, the 8th day of October, 1937.
T. C. ABERNATHY,
DAN K. MOORE,
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Scenes and Persons in the Current News
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1 Shoes come off and trousers are rolled op as Jap soldiers wade ' across this stream in North China-. 2
Orval Adams of Salt Lake City, Utah, left, newly elected president of the American Bankers association, Is
shown with Tom K. Smith ef St. Louis, retiring head of the association. 3 Dorothy McNulty, screen-player
niece of Postmaster General James A. Farley and Cardinal Farley, who recently became the bride of Dr.
Lawrence Scross Singleton ef Los Angeles.
cent years until it closely ap
proaches the-price of chickens, the
cost of production to the farmer
has become of vital importance.
The death rate of young and
growing turkeys and efficient and
economical feeding enter largely
into the cost of production, the
State college poultryroan says. In
tests it has been found that from
iy to 4ya pounds of mash and
grain are required to produce one
pound of live turkey prior to 26
weeks of age.
Where mash and grain are fed
up to this age, the approximate
consumption will probably be about
80 pounds for males attaining a
weight of 18 pounds and approxi
mately 50 pounds for young hens
attaining an average weight o
WYx -pounds. Even where there' is
an excellent range, the" best growth
and finish will be secured when
growing turkeys have access to
State College Answers
Timely Farm Questions
Q. How long should the lights
be turned on in the poultry house
j for best results ? .
A. This depends upon whether
the lights are used in the morning
or evening, or whether tooth are
used. As a general rule the birds
should have from 12 to 14 hours
in which to feed. Where morning
light are used alone these are usu
ally turned an at 4:30 to 5 o'clock
in the morning and left burning
until daylight. For evening lights
these are usually turned on about
4 o'clock and left oh until 7 p. m.
Where both systems are used the
birds should have at least 12 feed
ing hours with lights on at 6 a.' m.
and off at daylight with evening
lights- on again in the afternooa
until 6 o'clock.
Q. Should new tobacco plant beds
be selected each year?
A. Experimental work and ob
servation shows that' damage from
blue mold can be substantially re
duced by the selection of new beds
each year xr by the rotation of
beds. Jf volunteer tobacco is not
allowed to grow in old bed sites a
4-year rotation of the beds will be
as good as a .new selection each
season, but if old beds are used
they should be burned over or
sterilized by steam before usage.
If a new 'bed is selected be sure
it is located in a warm, sunny
place that is well drained. Locate
the new bed on a loamy type of
soil and close to running water if
Q. What is the best grain ration
for young calves?
A. Any mixture that is palatable
and supplies the food materials
needed by the calf is satisfactory.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
North Carol ima
In the Superior Court
The defendant, Edna Neely will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Macon Coun
ty, North Carolina, it being for tbe
purpose of obtaining an absolute
divorce from the "bonds of matri
mony now existing between the
plaintiff and the defendant.
The defendant will further take
notice that she is required to ap
pear at the office of the Clerk of
the Superior Court of Macon Coun
ty, N. C, at his office in Franklin
on the 30th day of November, 1937,
and answer or demur to the com
plaint of the plaintiff, or the relief
demanded in said complaint will be
This the 11th day of October,
HARLEY R. CAI3E,
Clerk Superior Court,
Macon County, North Carolina.
Octl4 4tp Nov7
Corn, oats, wheat bran, and oil evidence to show that as fine mark
meal are good feeds. The follow-1 et birds can be produced here as
ing mixtures have been used with . in any state in the union.
success and are recommended for
calf, feeding. 1. Three parts by
weight ' of cracked corn and one
each of crushed oats and wheat
bran. 2. Thirty pounds each of
cracked corn, wheat bran, and
crushed oats, and 10 pounds of lin
seed, peanut or soybean meal. 3.
Three parts by weight of cracked
corn and one part wheat bran. The
feeding should begin at about two
weeks of age or when the skim
milk is substituted for whole milk.
North Carolina Ideal
For Growing Turkeys ;
Although turkeys are not num
erous in North Carolina, there is
Unfortunately, declares C. J.
Maupin, extension poultry specialist
at State college, many producers
have not given careful sudy to
the food requirements of the grow
ing turkey or enough attention to
the proper methods necessary to
grow healthy birds.
While most people eat ; turkey
only on Thanksgiving and Christ
mas, a new order of turkey-eaters
has sprung up which observes no
traditional days. This change in
consumer demand keeps the birds
flowing to the market continuously.
Also it has resulted in younger and
smaller tujkeys,$eing, marketed.
Maupin points out that since the
price of turkeys has dropped insre-
Forty-Nine W. N. C. Boys
Enlist In Army
Forty-.nine Western North Caro
lina young men enlisted in the
United States army at Asheville
during the month of October for
service in the Hawaiian depart
ment, at Fort Bragg and in Panama.
It is stated by the recruiting of
ficer that enlistments are now
open for Panama, Fort Bragg and
Panama, and that men enlisting
have choice of these stations.
To be eligible for enlistment .men
must he between the ages of 18
and 35, be single, in good health,
have a good character and be able
to pass the prescribed army mental
test. Office hours in the Asheville
office are from 8 a. m. to 4:30 p.
m. daily except Sunday. .
HORN'S SHOE SHOP SAYS
WE ARE STILL MENDING
When you get too sad
.To drive a nail '
We'll make you glad
And save you kale.
HORN'S SHOE SHOP
Box 212 Troy F. Horn
". ' Opposite Courthouse
Ha ving qualified as administrator,
C. T. A., of G. T. Stiles, deceased,
late of Macon county, N. C, this
is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned on or before the 13th
day of October, 1938, or this notice
will be plead in bar of their re
covery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make im
This 13th day of October, 1937.
Administrator, C. T. A.
Having qualified as administratrix
of '11. C. Crawford, deceased, late
of Macon county, N. C, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
on or before the 27th day of Oc
tober, 1938, or this ' notice will be
plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate settlement.
This the 27th day of October,
MRS. L. II. CRAWFORD,
Administratrix, C. T. A.
FINAL PRIZE AWARDS
In Bryant Furniture Company Trade
WILL BE MADE ON
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, AT 3 P. M.
The last period of the Big Campaign has started. Coupons
given out in period which closed last Saturday will be good in
the final Premium Award. SAVE THEM.
The six valuable premiums to be given in the next award are:
First Prize Two-Piece Living Room Suite
Second Prize Mahogany Gate Leg Table .
Third Prize Steel Base Bed Spring
, Fourth Prize 9x12 Congoleum Rug
Fifth Prize 36-Inch Buffet Mirror
Sixth Prize End Table
THIS BEAUTIFUL LIVING ROOM SUITE TO BE GIVEN AWAY DECEMBER 24
Any one of these prizes would make an ideal Christmas gift
for your wife or husband or friends . . . or would come in just
the right time to beautify your home for the holidays.' Be sure to
come to our, store on Christmas Eve and bring your coupons !
FRANKLIN, N. C.