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NOTICE OF SALE UNDER
DEED OF TRUST
requests that said deed of trust be
foreclosed by reason of said default.
Now, therefore, the undersigned
trustee will offer for sale and sell to
the tughest bidder for cash at the
Court House door, in the Town of
and wife, Nancy Palistine Bowers,
to W. R. SherriLl, Trustee, for John
T. Moody, on September 20, 1941,
which said deed of trust is recorded
in Book 148, at page 13, in the Jack
son County Registry, and default hav
ing been made in the payments of
tfce notes thereby secured and the
owner and holder of said notes and
deed of trust after having made re
peated demands for payment now
Under and by virtue of the^power of
sale contained in that certain deed
of trust executed by Faniel Bowers
Sylva, Jackson County, State of North
Carolina, at 12:00 o'clock, Noon, on
Monday, January 22, 1945, to sa'tfsfy
said deed of trust and cost of sale,
the following described land:
BEGINNING at a stake at the river,
Boon Barnes' corner, and runs N. 8*
W., 61 poles to a stake; thence N. 43*
and 30' W., 20 polesvto a stake; thence
N. 15? W., 7 poles to a stake; thence
N. 29? W., 80 poles to a Spanish-oak
on top of Prickley-Ash Clift; thence
with the top of the mountain, N. 61?
W., 9.5 poles to a Spanish-oak; thence
S. 84* W., 5 poles to a Spanish -oak;
thence S. 52? W., 21 poles to a locust
fo Davis' line; thence East 30 poles
to a stake on the West bank of the
river: thence down said river, N. 31*
and 30' E., 19 poles, and N. 71? and
30* E., to the Beginning, containing
This the 21st day of December, 1944.
W. R. SHERRILL, Trustee.
Dec 27 Jan 3 10 17
Civil Service Recruiting
.Agent To Be Here
Frederick Sheetz, Civil Service Re
cruiting Agent will be in the United
States Employment Office Jan. 15,
16 and 17 for the purpose of inter
viewing those interested in work.
WPB Sets 1 945 Pulp
wood Goals In Area
A 1945 pulpwood production goal
of 1,771,000 cords for the Appalachian
region was set this week as Curtis M.~
Hutchins, chief of the WPB pulp
wood production branch, announced
that 16,000,000 cords of pulpwood will
be needed this year to meet military
and essential civilian requirements
for paper and other wood pulp pro
The national goal is about 1,000,000
cords higher than total domestic wood
receipts of all U. S. mills in 1944 and
2,000,000 cords above the original
WPB goal for last year. The extra
pulpwood is needed, Hutchins said, to
match the recent step up of Allied
military operations in Europe and the
States included in the Appalachian^
region are: Pennsylvania*. ..yirgina,
West Virginia, North Carolina, Tenn
essee, Kentucky, Delaware, Ohio and
Hutchins said war needs for pulp
wood are now at their peak, and he
called on farmers and farm workers
and all full-time and part-time pulp
wood cutters to help industry to at
tain the 1945 goal.
"Use of every idle axe and saw now
can produce the pulpwood for ma
terial that brings victory closer and
loved, ones home just that much soon
er'*, he said. His statement follows:
"It will be necessary to produce
16,000,000 cords of domestic pulp
wood if the heavily increased de
mands of the armed services over
seas, and the essential home front
war needs for pulp and paper pro
ducts are to be met in 1945.
"The 1945 need is approximately
1,000,000 cords above the domestic
production of 1944. The additional
million cords is necessary to meet the
step up in military action in war
theatres throughout the world. The
present tempo of war is chew ng up
material faster than it was believed
possible a year 4 ago. The packaging
oi food;" ammunition, medical and a
myriad of other supplies for shipment
to men. overseas requires increased
amounts of pulpwood.
"The pulpwood necessary for the
pioduction of wood pulp for the man
ufacture of much of the packaging
of military supplies, explosives, high
tenacity rayon for the heavy duty tires
which move our military forces over
land both in Europe and Pacific war
theatres and for other special mili
tary uses must be produced by each
-fermer and by each part-time and
lull-time wood cutter to the best of
"Pulpwood produced yesterday, to
day and every day has been will be
instrumental in saving soldiers' lives
on our many battlefronts. Use of
every idle axe and saw now can pro
duce the pulpwood for material that
brings victory closer and friends and
lovfd ones home just that much soon
"The need for increased pulpwood
production was extreme prior to the
great invasions of last Summer and
Fall. Now the need is a i its greatest
and we must not let our men in the
front lines down."
DeWitt Kornegay, former 4-H club
boy from Wayne County, has sold
$1,353.29 worth of Christmas trees
from 2 acres of poor, sandy land dur
ing the last three years. They were
planted in 1937. Cost $4.
Belk's Basement Values
BARGAINS IN MATERIALS
Prints and Solids 29 yd
Outing, stripes and solids .25 yd Figured 29 yd.
Curtain Material 39 yd.
Sheeting 15 - .19 yd. 81" width 48 yd.
Turkish, Towels ! 19 - .48
Single .79 Double 1.48, 1.98, 3.95
Double, 5 percent wool : $2.48
Crinkle Bed Spreads 1.48 - 3.95
Ladies' Fast Color Prints 1.49 - 1.69
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
Men's Felt Hat 1.95
Boys' Coveralls 1.27
Boys' Hats 98 - 1.98
Boys' Overalls 1.18
Men's Covert Workshirts .. 2.42
Men's Covert and Sanforized and Chambray 1.20
Men's Blue Denim Jackets 1.47
Work Pants 1.79 ? 3.25 Work Sox 10 - .25
Ladies' Cotton Hose 19
MEN'S WORK SHOES
Weyenberg 4.95 Red Cambel 2.95
Boys' Work Shoes :. 2.95 - 3.45
Belk's Dept. Store
THE HOME OF BETTER VALUES
Standards of the Kingdom
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic lor
Jan. 21 i * Matthew 4:23.-6:18, the
Memory Verse being* John 11;42,
"Thou hearest me always.")
IN OUR last lesson we read
that Jesus went about teaching
and healing the sick In mind and
body His fame spread through
all Syria* and multitudes followed
Our lesson today Is the stand
ards for living which Jesus set
while He was among men on
earth ? in other words, the Ser
mon on the Mount. If we lived
according to His rules so set
down, we would be truly good
people, those who bless the earth
and do untold good to others. A
life so lived would do more to
convince people of the truths' of
Christianity than any other on*
"And seeing the multitudes, He
went up into a mountain: and
when he was set. His disciples
came unto Him:
"And He opened His mouth and
.taught themrsaying: ?
"Blessed are the poor in spirit*'
?thus begin the Beautitudea.
The first word is "Blessed" which
means "Happy." Happy will the
person be who is poor in spirit ?
not in our generally accepted
meaning of that word. Not
,"yellow," not mean spirited, but
poor in heart so that he feels the
need of spiritual growth and
strives to enrich his soul. Even
the richest man in earthly wealth
may feel this need for more
spiritual riches and become an
inheritor of the kingdom . of
I Blessed Are the^Mourners
"Blessed are they that mourn,
for they shall be comforted." So
many are mourning now In this
sad world, but those that, in spite
of their sorrows, try to help
others, shall surely be comforted.
Blessed are the meek, for they
shall inherit the earth A meek
person isn't boasting of his (or
hen virtue; doesn t talk by the
hour, of what he has done and
mt-anjs to do. Doesn't insist that
he is always In the right in a
_flisnu*? but realizes and acknowl
edges he may be wrong, too.
Likewise "Blessed are they that
hunger and thirst after righteous
ness, for they shall be filled." It
is easy to see that those who
| seek to know what is right and
| strive always to do it, will "be
| filled." Better than any earthly
riches, thin hunger ar.d thirst
| bring peace and true happiness.
I Likewise the merciful, those
who do not condemn others, but
are kind and understanding, and
''who treat their fellows, and all
living things compassionately,
surely will? or should ? obtain
mercy for themselves.
Peacemakers Called Blessed
Blessed are the peacemakers.
They shall be called "sons of
God." It may be right to fight
In a Just and righteous c^ise.
After the battles comes the peace
making. How the world needs
Just and righteous men an<*
women to make peace that wtli
last because no Injustices are
$one. So in private lives, those
who help to make and keep the
peace are blessed.
Those who are persecuted and
reviled because the world can
not understand the righteousness
of their views or actions, shall
also be blessed. 'Theirs Is the
kingdom of heaven."
Christ also interpreted the
ancient Jewish law* in a new
way. His law of love was that if
you have an enemy, instead of
hating him. you should love him,
pray for him. and do good to
him. Ia this too much to ask of
us? No, it Is not. Our neigh- ?
bor may be our enemy, or the
man or woman across the street,
or members of our own family.
Jesus told us not to go to church
and pray or offer sacrifices until
first we should be reconciled to
this person with whom we have
quarreled, and then we may, with
clean hearts, offer our prayers to
Finally. . Jesus says. "Be ye
therefore perfect, even as your
FatRfcr which is in heaven "
Is that-too high an aspiration?
We may not attain to it. but we
can try hard and ell the time.
II is our ideal, and if we do our
best, surely God will be pleased
and give us His blessing.
Distributed bv Klna Features Syndicate Tnr
Adoption of the recommendation
made by the Governor's Commission
on Hospital and Meaical Care which
calls for the building of rural hos
pitals and health centers in all coun
ties not adequately equipped at pres
ent will also bring with it a number
of other important medical services,
says Dr^C. H. Hamilton, head of the
rural sociology department at State
If the legislature carries out this
recommendation, it would mean new
hospitals in at least 20 counties, and
the enlargement of those in at least
50 other counties. This recommenda
tion is based on a well demonstrated
fact; Rural hospitals-do attract more
doctors to rural communities. '
Results of a survey, conducted by
Dr. W. S. Rankin, trustee of the Duke
Endowment and director of its hos
pital section, and reported by him in
a lecture to the School of Hygiene
and Public Health of Johns Hopkins
University, prove this point, Dr. Ham
Dr. Rankin pointed out three ways
in which the addition or improvement
oi these hospitals will also bring bet
ter medical services to the people of
These points are: The hosRjtal at
tracts the young, ' highly competent
physician with from two to five
years post-graduate hospital experi
ence. Second, the hospital improves
an inadquate medical service by mul
tiplying the professional Capacity of
the physicians in the community.
Third, a rural hospital greatly im
proves inadequate medical care, es
pecially for those of limited means.
Leading ETO Ace
PICTURED in the cockpit of his flght*v
er plane ia Lt. Col. John C. Meyer,
of Forest Hills, N. Y? who, with
34 enemy planes to his credit.
Mm ranked as the leading ace in the
t I European Theater. (Inter notional)
Lee Jackson Day
To Be Observed ~
The B. H. Cathey Chapter of the
United Daughters of Confederacy will
observe Lee Jackson Day at the Sylva
Elementary School Friday afternoon
ai z:.iu o'clock. ? Ail ? members .tie
urged to attend and the public is in
In growing hay crops remember
that each ton of hay removes as much
potash as is found in 375 pounds of
0-12-12 fertilizer or 90 pounds of
muriate of potash.
QUICK RELIEF FROM
Symptoms of Distress Arising from
ww to EXCESS ACID
FroofiookTotis of NomoTroatmont that
Must Help or it WIU Cost Yoh Nothing
Over two rrillllon bottlfesof theWILLARD
TREATMENT have been Hold for relief of
symptoms of distress prising from it hum all
and Pwedsnsl Ulcer* due to Kmh Add?
Peer Dlgsstlen. tour or Upeet StemecH,
QmsIiwm, Hmi Hiim m. Sleeplessness,
due to Imw Add. So'ld on 15 days' trial!
Ask for -Wn?ard*s lite saps'* which fully
sgplains this treatment lies at
Sylva, N. C.
Sylva Baptist Church
Rev. C. M. Warren, Pastor
Sunday 9:45 A. M. ? Sunday School
?J. T. Gribble, Supt.
11:00 A. M. Worship Serviee
?30 P. M. .. B. T. U.
Claude Campbell, Director
? 7:45 Evening Worship
Tuesday ? 7:30 P. M.? yPnayer meeting
8:30 P. M. ? Meetfkg^of Sunday School
v Officers and Teachers '
Friday 8:00 P. M. Choir- Practice
The public is cordially invited to
attend these services.
Mrs. J. H. Wilson
Hostess To U. D. C.
Mui. J. H. Wilson was hostess for
the January meeting of the B. H.
Cat hey Chapter of the United Daugh
ters of Confederacy at her home
Mrs. W. (). Soderquist, president, led
in reading the ritual and presided
over the business session. Plans were
discussed lor the year's work and
committees appointed to serve werei
Hostess and Program, Mrs. John Wil
son, Mrs. Dan Tompkins, Miss Bertha
Cunningham and Mrs. M. Buchanan,
Jr.; Memorial Day, Mrs. Harry Fer
guson, Mrs. Felix Picklesimer and
Mrs., Fred Williams; Credentials, Mrs.
J. F. Freeze, Mrs. Hugh Monteith and
Mrs. Jennings Bryson; Courtesy, Mrs.
Walter Jones, Mrs. Felix Picklesimer,
Mrs. T. O. Wilson and Mrs. J. H. Wil
son; Flag Day Com., Mrs. John Parris,
Mrs. Jennings Bryson, Mrs. Waiter
Jones and Mrs. Harry Ferguson;
Custodian of the Scrapbook, Mrs. C.
Those taking part on the program
were: Mrs. Dan Tompkins who dis
cussed several articles in tlie U. D.C.
magazine and read the serhvorrxby
the Right Rev. Beverley D. Tucker,
D.D., Pastor of the St. Pauls Church,
Richmond, Va.t on Jan. 18, 1925, as a
tribute to Robert E. Lee; and Mrs.
Clarence Bales, visitor and former
member, gave the reading, Jim's De
Mrs. Wilson servel a salad course
at the conclusion of the meeting.
The family-size dtfiry herd is over
coming present day milk production
problems much better than commer
cial dairymen. Farmers depending
on hired labor are becoming dis
The farm egg production goal for .
["1045 has been revised upward by. 430
million dozen over the November
estimate, says the War Food Admin
For You To Feel Well
24 hours every day. 7 day* every
week, never stopping, the kidneys filter
waste matter from the blood.
If more people wnre aware of how the
kidneys must constanUy remove sur
plus fluid, excess acids sad other waate
matter that cannot stay in the blood
without injury to health, there would
be better understanding of why the
whole system is upset when kidneya fall
to function properly. 1
Burning, scanty or too frequent urina
tion sometimes warns that something
is wrong. Y ou may suffer nagging back
ache, headaches, dizziness, rheumatic
paina, getting up at nights, swelling.
Why not try Doan't Pill*? You will
be using a medicine recommended the
country over. Doom's stimulate the func
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flush out poison om waste from the
blood. They contain nothing harmful.
Get Doan't today. Vis with confidence.
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