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NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE
By virtue' of a power vested in me by
9 certain mortgage executed to me, the
undersigned, by S. P. Woodley June
5th, 1914, and recorded in Book 59,
par- 632. Register of Deeds office, I
wifi expose to public sale t the Court
House door in Plymouth, Washington
Ouunty, North Carolina, at 12 o'clock,
boon, on Monday. March 2t'th, 1917 to
the highest bidder for cash the follow
in'; described real and personal proper
"Lyincr t nd being in Washington
Covrty, "North Carolina and known as
tiie idyll wilde Tract of lnd which was
ownea by the late J. J. Woodley com
posed of two tracts beginning in Joseph
Aden's southwest corner, 'hence run
ning south to James Furlough's patent
li?:e" thence along said Furlough's line
land patent line, thence along said
Fneps' Hue south 70 degree west to
the southwest corner of tract wilWd te
J. J. Woodley by his Fathers. P. Wfiod
said corner being to the west of
Kodi Clifton's in S. P. Woodley's ditch
or dam nearnewland road, thence north
alcn.'; said ditch or dam so far as a Hue
drawn from Scuppenjong River at a
point to the north of Fin Island and
runr.iu south 70 degrees west shall in
ItriCcCthence along said line running
iivi'. river .so far as a due south eauHe
slaii strike the northwest corner of
ttct deeded to J. J. Woodley by his fa
ther fe. P- Woodley, thence east along
Woodley's north line to Joseph Al
i:i's northwest corner, thence south
viardly alontf said Allen's ti3 west line
to the first station, containing 4.j0 &T?s
Uxor, or loss.
fj -Also six mules described in a chat-i-i
ir.ortgage from S P, Woodley to W.
T-JPh-Ips dated the 20th, lav of May
VA'i, recorded in book(j3 p.a 191."
TLis the 22 dnv of Feby. VJY7.
Y. T, Phelps,
t. 1:2 Mortgagee,
Vance Norman, Atty.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE
By virtue of a power vested in
ne in a certain mortgage execut
ed by S. P- Woodley Feb. 19 TJ14
to me, the undersigned, 1 will ex
pose to public sale at the Jourt
HoitS? door in Plymouth, Wash
ington Canity, North Carolina,
at 11 o'clock noon on Monday,
March, 2G, 1017, to the highest
bidder for cash the following; de
scribed personal and real prop
"Two pieces or parcel of land
lying and being in the County of
Washington and state of North
Carolina and known and desig
nated First Tract, the Dover
Tract of land containing 200
acres more or less and bounded
as follows: Beginning at a pine,
Martha A. Phelps' northwest
corner and the northeast corner
of the Long Ridge tract, thence
running south 50 degrees east
220 poles abng Martha A. and
W. T. Phelps' west line to a gum
on bcuppernong Kiver, W. T.
Phelps' southwest corner, thence
south 71 degrees west 160 poles
to a gum thence north 50 de
grees west 180 poles to the E. T.
Phelps northwest corner, thence
north 64 degrees li4 poles to the
'Second tract the 1-6 undivid
ed interest in the Four Thousand'
Acre Tract described in a deed
from VV. H. Hardison and W. J.
Starr. Administrators of the late
J. J. Woodley to S. P. Woodley.
"Also six mules described in a
. chattel mortgage from said S. P.
Woodley to W. T. Phelps dated
thCOth day of May. 1913."
a he mortgage empowering me
to sell the above property is re
corded iu Book 59 page 492 in
the office of Register, of Deeds of
Washington County, North Car
This 22 day Feb. 1915.
W. T. Phelps,
Zefo. Vance Norman, Atty. 4t2-3
In the Superior Court,
Before the Clerk.
N. II. Harrison, Jr.
Roanoke Railroad- Lumber Co.,
rreston uaraen, Unas. Al. Allen, J.
E.Allen, Alwilda Allen, John II.
Allen, Lelia Davenport, Ellis Dav
enport, Jr., Margarett Allen, Nor-
iC-iK-souinewi j-arms Corporation,
Surry I'arkr, W. H. Harrison, N.
ii,!flarrison, Sr., Si A. Harrison, U.
L, Liowen, W. C. Ho wen.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
EJThe parties above named and all oth
er persons interested, will take notice
that cn the 12th., day of February, 1917
petitioner filed a petition in the office
of the Clerk of the Superior Court of
Washington County, X. C, to have his
title to certain lands therein described
registers;! nrid confirmed pursuant to
CfcaptertX) of the Public laws of 1913
and a:tsjameo'datory thereto; and that
summons has been issued returnable at
the office of the Clerk Superior Court
f Washington County, N. C. on ihe
I?th day of April, 1917.
Esid lands are situated in the State of
North Carolina, County ot Washington,
Plymouth lownsnip, ana more partic
ularly aeBerioea as ioiiows:
HUS T TRACT: Begining at an iron mar
ker in the center of liezar Ditch and on
the eat side of the Acre Road, being 19
IWCd 1 I -vw WJ- cast CUJJC
o?tlie public road and on the west edge
ofithe Cismal; thence, porth 23 degrees
inu luiuaiea cusi u jwics uuu iu uriKS
to an iron marker: tnence. north el de
crees aai 39 minutes east 11 poles and
. links to au iron marker: thence, north
3 decrees and 48 minutes east 21 poles
lad 10 knks to an iron marker; thence, i
forth IS. degrees and one minute east !
thence, north 8 decrees and 21 minutes.
west 16 poles and 8 links to an iron mar
ker; tnence. nortttia decrees ana
minutes east 43 poles to an iron mar
ker; thence, north 5 degrees and 36
minutes west 21 poles and 10 links to
an iron marker: thence, north 10 de
grees and 39 minutes east 8 poles and 6
links to an iron marker; tnence,. soutn
T3H east 19 poles and 6 links to an iron
marker; north 15 east 60 poles and 16
links to an iron marker; thence south S3
degrees and 57 minutes east 274 pples
and IS links to an iron marker; south 2
degrees and 44 minutes west 300 poles
to an iron marker; thence, north 73.de
grees and 6 minutes west 856 poles to
ie begining; containing 496 acre;
SECOND TRACT: BeinhigatanirpD,
marker standing on the west side of the.
Acre Road where til 4)viip Uflf be
tween said N. II. Harriian. J a4w,
H. Harrison intersect Mwroaa andBe.
iug 41 links from the center of a bridge
and a direction of nortk fl east from
the center of the chimney t the north
end of the house where p. H.Uarri&n
$r. npw lives; thence, aorta ; 77 west
135 poies to an iron marker, thence,
south 23 wcH J$ mw ai4 0 links t
an iron markerj 'fojtt 7 de
grees end 12 minutes east W p&les gi?d
10 links to an iron 1 marker; vtheace.
north MH east 17 poles and 94 links to
an iron marker; thenc DQrtk 23 east 22
poles to an iron marker;' thence, north
24 V 92 Pled aBd 20 ljQks to the be
gionicg; fJaipiag 105 acres.
All persoas jnf ited jn the abore
proceeding are requfrgd tq apnear an
show, cause, if aaUiey have, wsfT&e
prayer of the petitioner should not be
And all persons interested will take
no&tf that if on said 18th day of April,
1917, tney foil to appear as herein re
quired, the petltfettfr yyill apply to the
court for the relief demand jf jn the
'jh;s 12th. day of February. 1917. .
St 2 16 Cterk Superior Court.
NOTICE OF S ALE
Pursuant to the power vested in rna
as Administratrix of O. J. Swain, de
ceased, Jn that certain mortgage exe
cuted to him by T. S. Lamb arid Hester
Lajjb, his wife, dated February 27th,
1U12, and recorded in Bonk 0,' page
f)!)U, I wilt feu the 31st day of March,
1017, sell at public auction to )ihe high
est bidder for cash at jhe Court f toyse
door at Plymouth, North Carolina, all
the interest of the mortgagors in the
lands conveyed in said mortgage and
bounded and described as follows :
Situated in Scuppernong township,
beginning at . a beech on the swamp
side of Nehemiah Norman's corner,
thence northwardly along his line to
the Main Road into Alvah Daren port's
line; thence along said Davenport's
line to the Main Swamp ; thence west
ward along the swamp to a poplar
tree, a cortjer ; Ithence south along a
line of marked, trees to a beech, a cor
ner ai me swamp : tnence eastward v
along the swamp to the swamp to the
first station, containing 20 acres more
-This the 2Sth day of February, 1917.
Sakak.J. SwAin, Adm'x.
.. .herji."!!. Swain, Agent.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
DEf ARTIdliNT OF STATE
;' CKXtistCATS OP DlSO&VTlOH
T Allt .Whn .T,hes Presents May
Whbibas. It aDbaars to mv Kttisfar.
tio,vty 4ulyl. authenticated record of
ution tbefeof t? tbe-unaninous con
sent of all Cue stockholders, deposited
in say amoe, wai ine union txores tjua
Manufacturlnf Company, a corporation
of this State, whoss principal office i
situated in the town of Qnateck, Ceun
tyofTrreU, State of Norta CsxoUaa
Q, ; tiTf rman t?wg th aant tfesre
U as! n paargft rtertot, whom
prowfl amy srvsd), hai complied
with, the requirements of Chapter
21, Revisal f 1905, entitled '"Corpora
tion," preliminary to the issuing of this
Certiftcate of Dissolution:-
Now Thskk?o. I, J. BRYAN
GRIMES, Secretary of State of the State
ef Nortfe Carolina, 9 herehy certify
that the said eqrBflrstion djd. tm the 13
day of Fedruary, 1917, file in ;ny offipe.
a duly executed aid and attested con
sent m writing to the dissolution of said
Borppration, executed by all itQpUUoi
ers t?ierpof, wNph said, cqnsent and the
recprd 0J tne prppeedmgs, aforesai4 are
pow on file in in m.y sai4 office as prQ'
vided by law.
u T8?!)sv Wrok, J have here
to set my hand and affixed my official
seal at Raleigh, this 13 day of February
A. D. 1917.
J. Brtah Grimes.
Secretary of State.
Subscribe to the BEACON.
who has made numerous visits here as the repre
sentative of the A. K. Havvkes Co., of Atlanta,
Ga., will be with us again on ,
SATURDAY MARCH 9-10
and at regular .intervals therealter, to test eyes and
fitjjlasses.' Dr. Smith is one ol the most exper
ienced and proficient Eye Specialists in the State
and will give you the best of service and furnish
glasses in anv style you may wish, at moderate
prices. Examination free, and all work guaran
teed by us. 7 y
P. E. SlJavepcjrt
The following aie mpng tbose; who have-. been
treated by this $f?eilut; and. express themselves
as being perfectly satisfied. Ask .tbem
I. E. REID, L. S. LANDING, F. I KNIGHT
C. V. V. AUSBON, P. W. BRINKLEY, F. R.
JOHNSTON, C.J. NORMAN, R. P. WALK-
Don't Forget Tlie Date -TWO
We will take a special delight in showing you our lot o
horses and mules, becansse they are clean, good bred
stock and are especially adapted to the needs of the farm
ers of this section. Our new, commodious brick stables
are kept in a perfectly Sanitary condition and the stock
we have on hand gets the best treatment possible; con
sequently when they leave here they are in tip-top shape
We will carry a lot during the Spring and you need
not hesitate to come in at any time for you will be sure
to find what you want,
Buggies and Harness -
We have just received a solid car of nice, up-to-date bug
gies which we are offerinrata most pleasing price.'Our
line of harness comes from the best factories and are
known for their neat appearance and durable qualities.
We are here to serve you and' to look out for your
best interest and our motto is "Satisfaction to all." Our
stock is guaranteed to be jusc as we represent them.
Ky. Horse & Mule Exchange
J. S..81IUGAII, Manager
A Special Exhibition of the
New Mechanical Bookkeeper at the
Washington Coisiiijr Bank
A cordial invitation Is extended'to yoii to come in
to this Bank and Inspect the wonderful Burroughs
Bookkeeping Machine which we have; just installed.
This "bookkeeper with brains of steel'' that cannot
make d mlstake.wrtrbe ofv exhibition in our. banking
ropm, i r
We wart jea to e jwtbow tkj achine operates
hait aifjs, kabtrtcti and ftfurw balances without an
error. Qyt bookkeepers will show you exactly : how our
books are posted bj machinery. ; ,The demoastration will
be toth latirtinff and izUtrijctive. Samples of the work
will taliifejb(iteio ereryo&e present
This machine has been installed for the 'purpose of
Civinic added protection to our depositors. We urge you
to calj ad btcoma acquainted with this improved method
of hudilp your, account.
. B&aeabsrtha date, March 10th. . Come and. bring
yo friends.; V
Our stock is complete of the newest creations
m ready-to-wear apparel for all mem
bers of the family.
We are showing the latest things in Fancv Silks, suifahlp
to make Sport Suits. It is very stylish ' iust now. anrl thn
supply of that goods is limited
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