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n4Y. Jl'LY 4, 1935 THE WAVXESMLLE MOUNTAINEER
'"""T-d it MAGGIE I. i
,.-t of Denton,
, . " have been hold
' J. u; Maggie for
. i, jr.-iderable in-
t. .; a- executrix of
:it. G. Francis, de
. notify all persons
agatnst the estate of
.'.'"iV same with the
r , r Court of Hay
,".' .; before the 30th
. .; ,.r this notice will
nr ,if their recovery.
- .ntiebted to said es-
ake settlement at
ALONG THE SKYLINE
With the R
tate of Wm, G. Fran
M;;C-Mav Jo-June 6-13-20-27-
;., aM by
virtue of the power
T-C l- txecu:c.i by Lizzie Lenoir,
rV' V y, Trustee, under date
Winter -'2. l33, securing the
, lesfTiipn. said
S ',f "-ra-t Urinj? recorded in the
' -he Kt-pwter of Deeds for
f,W .County in Book 34, at Page
f; it,,aU;t having been made in the
i ;': t.f raid indebtedness, and
? , ,,t tin, hnldpr nr holders
if, ;he undersigned Trusteejwill, I
M il uav oi iuiy, iimo, ai
joor in Haywood County,
h Carolina, uiier tor saie at puo
aiiitiuii, for vah, to the highest
icr. the fvllvwiag described prem
Irnir and t'emg m tne Jown oi
lavresviLe, iiaoou ewunij, v.,
BEG1.NMNG at a point on
wn Street, corner of Lot Number
fomurv belonging to j. sm. wnue,
,i runs thence N. 31 8' E. 1G0 feet
iti .line of ml White's lot to cor
' 'of Lot Number ti; thence N. 58
f V. To feet with line of said lot
t . C. battertnwait s lot,
Seen and heard here and there. . .
Seems good to ee guests at the ho
tels and boarding houses again . . .
sitting in locking Ichairs or. the
porches. . . Dr. Johnson, of Miami,
has a -finely bred bird pup that fol
lows him everywhere he goes . . . .
but he's three laps, behind the' ladv
who was here lat sunnier ... she
bad a mil of a moiihev whkh she
carried in a little box . .' . . it woj.J
come out cautiously to lick ice cream
from a spoon . . . and then scutre
back. . . Beach pajamas are grow
ing in popularity here in the hills . . .
at least with those who Wear them .
the rest of u just turn and stare. . '.
Dora H. is one of the few girls I
know who will lug her own golf clubs
for eighteen holes. . . The Manin
Drothers have moved down vn Church
St. . . opposite the Masonic Temple.
. . . And the Pure Oil people are
iu.nae ine prettiest Service
station in town. . . Mr. Frank Milkr
always sits down at the veiy buck
table in a restaurant. . . Exclama
tion overheard;. . . "Tha, goodness
sakes!", . . People are making use of
those information circular? put out
by the C. of C. . . Mr. Donald Dun
ham watering the flowers around his
place. . . A hopeless desire to see
Tom Lee, Jr. working in that garden
plot next to his place of business.
i a lew dav vn
; . : i a t
h others, was
ion given by
1 he reports
the facts and
Kef uses To Bite
-' ii'tu ;.':.
t' ack u V;ov
'T ! or t lie
a spid, ..
Here's 1 :
'. i -ear
''. .U- ear-old
o Ni w.-i-iJlolv.
Dionne Insists On
Of The Quintuplets
FN 1" Kl.u
The -b'.aa w:
is nil ant bv :
iiors ii oeuv.
reopie ol the state of Ohio are
kindred spirits yf the Rambler. They
like to go places. In Miami, St.
Petersburg, or Orlando you will see
hundreds of Ohio cars every winter,
next to New York and New Jersey
perhaps more from Ohio than any
other state. Of course Florida cars
predominate here in the suimmier bur
we have lots of folks from the state
tnai s round at the ends and high
point marked by a
20" 56' W. 135 feet
thence along and
li.nbtr to- a
hit; thence ,
ith line ot .-an
Bmwn t i eet :
:h Brown Street -65 feet to the be
jtirgr, the above being the 2nd tract
a I'eed from 'Clem S. Smathers, et
u Wm. Tate and John H. Smath-btarii-s
.'.liatt- of lUth of July, 1912,
i rmn-iii d in the Office of the Reg-
tr of l' oils for Haywood County in
l-.'k of I.i.e.ls V,;',, at page 572, and
o, Wine the- same Deed as eonvey-
to rrni l.umdr and Lizzie Lenoir,
wife, from .1. H. Smathpra nnH
fV, and veoi,r,led in Book of Deeds
at pane Office of Register of
'is for Haywood County, to which
M aii'F page reference is hereby
!''!! a ni' re full and complete
'.foil of said land.
ffhis the 21th dav of June. 1935.
Iriisti o for R. H. Stretcher.
No. -Jane 27-Julv 4-11-1S.
The Rambler's nomination for tin
bett of the current magazines The
NOTICE OF SALE .
Ir.iitr arid hv- virtue of t-hn an-
rity given to the undersigned as
Imnus.-kiiier nf the f'nnrh in a
raoiu ni the Superior Court en-
fJ "Aoaoia Mutual Life Insurance
npan.V, i'iaiiiUir, v. AV. J. Hannah,
"itee, U:o;u T. Alexander. Miss
ft Eotov, and Mis. Nora Atkins,
rti'iaittv,' .-ni.T by vitue of au-
"j !u.-n. me undersigned as
itl-O 111 a c llain diind nf tmt nv.
f'M by (.), J'. Aloxandi.i- ml wife
U-l 'Ja. i',):25. and l-Hcnrded
iho Register of Deeds
'bhty, in Book 11, page
i Deeds of Trust, de-
made in the pay-
tcdiiess and the ass-
For no reason at all I've often
wondered what the author of such a
book as "Lamb In His Rosom" thinks
of somewhat kindred stories like
"Stars Fell on Alabma" or "So Red
The Rose." Or do they read them
It's interesting to hear a Floridian
and a Western Carolinian arguing
over roads. The gentleman from
Florida says Carolina curves are nerve
wracking the Carolinian says the
straightness of Florida roads' grows,
monotonous. And so it goes, but
let it be. in fun, gentlemen. You folks
from the sun.shine state wear inn
your tires ml tin- curves in 'July ami
August and then in January and Feb
ruary we'll step on the -throttle- be
Where is the t'n.t,.,) j, ...... mm
. , ..... .
itary Acauemy ioc-atcd-.'
were is the I nited St
4. What is the rami- ,f the wo
man whose cow is said to have caused
the Chicago tire by kicking over !t
5. In the alphabetical set-p now
being employed by the government
what do the letters AAA stand for?
(i. What well known juv.nile ac
tress plays in ihe motion pietuie
"Our Little tiirl?"
i . u nat is the name u
en: I'ost Master iJeiuTj.!'?
S. What doe Alma Mater mean?
f. What do silk worms eat?
10. Name 10 famous animals of
1. Side dishes vr relislies.
West point, N w York.
4. Mrs. (fleaiy.
5. Agricuhui al Ai
. Shirely Temple.
7. James A. KniU v.
S. Foster Mother. '
'.. Mulberry leaves.
10. Noah's dove, Joni'.h's
Solomon's ant, Balaam's ass
ham's ram, Balkis' lapwing
to bite u w
the i ::(. el
of ShAa's camel, M,
kids, I.az.-. rus's dogs
with a .
damp ce how
t of th
. and liavi:-:
f f Hill! sr.
j,. a: , p
ioiuested the trustee
'IH'i-ty hereinafter for
; been appointed Com
"Mi't and directed ' as
the Court in said ao
s a le , , t h e u nde rsi gn e d ,
H' (i, as Onmmissinnpr.
V". will offer for sale, to
r'Hwr tor cash, at 'the
!"'. at WaynesviHe,
on Monday. Jul v 22.
o'clock A: M tViP
itsriiiied property in the
" .lu J: in the town of
"(--, ttaywoud Cnnntv M r
the:. East side of Hay-
t ::: :. .-i.ioK i ue lands oi
ua ;,,;,., Jlary g Ectorf
i iflvMr'1 r'ivn as the lot of
X A- w- Rich and
lit, I I'll- -1 I
Seeing the bellhop waiching vig
ilantly. in front of the Gordon reminds
me of the eternal battle that's waged
between the bellhops of tw'O hotels
in the little town of Ba.xley, Cm. They
call to every tourist car that comes
thru. If you slow down you'll have
a boy on each running board, one
urging you to the right aid the
other to the left.
If 1 wanted to get tourist trade I'd.
put out a sign saying "Soft .Beds
and Good Food" ami then make it a
point to : have both as advertised.
The hardest bid I ever slept on in
my life was. in a hotel in Augu-ta.
nil.,- and the incest tourist homo I
ever visited was in Ocala, Fla.
geese lllb them
dipped in corn meal
it cleans (hem. 'the same
lie done alter scolding- lis h.
('(Hiking cauliflower . in half
and half water will prevent the
odor while cooking as well as
the "college cabbage" white.
When you buy berries removt
from the basket, spread them
ov" spidt r
'I he fact that one r fu-avi
adds to my conviction that
is highly ovei rated and ma
I: really is a pretty !;:::.,
The .specimen I u.-i'd m ;
nunt had the fed am: .
ki.u-s mat-King mc:e iuiniv fiBa !
otht-r I've see::. '
She a, Ihdy ::- vna.ious, and
spun a wen as tine as silk over niv
t.t.d as she ran to the tips ,.f my
fingers, paused and moed .-lowly til
the palm and wrist.
The piSiixrs extending lr.vm its
mouth worked continuously. Sevnal
tunes the spuier paused a'nd I grew
1 expected to feel a twinge of pain
...m in see a leu niarK appeal
the case of a mosiUito bite,
1 jat.tK'v! at it with the tip of a
pencil, ad but crushed it m ,,iv hand
and let it dii u tango.
1 regret that it did not lute. While
my theory that the nwet is not dan
gerous has been absolutely substan
tiated. tht. effects, of stub a bite are
Governor Not To
KAl.F.UJIl. -(hue, inn Flu inghaus
told newspaper ci : espc,mleM he has
. imeiisuni t calling a su, ial
sion of the legi- -ature for t jlt.
pose u clearing up the li.tiir
mm in .No rtii i aiolma.
"I see no necessity fnr a special
-ession," SJ,id f,js excellency, and
added that the cnuit . ,,nM ....
thi- sitiiai i,,n. hp tti.nii'lii
'AJinost two .months ago the hgis
lature authorized (lovemor Kiiring
haiis ;o appoint commission to study
the prohU-m of li(!uor 'control. To
date he has made no move to name
the niembeiN ,:,f t. cnnniissii.n.
Hell (Uesti(,n t)n (l)(l
is nun committal
Tore !::,.. O
.f. as P,
'1 of Ihe
I p., is
t:va 1 n'.uijie, f.i i li, .
:s--.Hid -.tie live iIh, :
s in 1 iv, M- ,,f ha in.
' lllldrell uiole'- .Olr
''I I'V Die I'anaili.in
Found In Convict
Camp In East N. C.
a a ones of
tel. 'so dec
lie h.l.i -e.,ei
lint ("loil s.n.l (i'i.,i
tei ins w olllil ;io ex , n
Tlitrd'ore. the house
'o,i iniloi-st-nieiiis .in
' xx ill eacn Iimiii
lev emu .
11. oiii.u io !:.,- :
areil in telliuv r.r ;i
iv.'.l f:-,.in il, xx . i l,l
u i i
l .i t "iil-i.t.
and a .'!)-.
i 1 MY line's
'oie-nli i cl
("a nadia n
I'Ul'f.ilo" ni, kit
I'll. in ,i
xi hei i com ie
p.iic time nirnuii! .
S Ml, l ,,,,
". ermucist plalilied to LmM i
1:: ni-.nnvK v. iV. :iot em-u-,!.
Ami the "(mints-" will temaJn
of the King.
Hoth I'apa and Mamma fiiinin
lutterly protested 'awainst th
which took control of the iimtmiplcts
out of their hands ami will have no
more, truck with the (oiveriunent until
the Mil is mnilo tint! and yonl.
l'wo Die When Locomotive
Explodes In ( e o r g i a
BKASWFLL, t!a. Two men wen
Killed and a third injured
explosion of the boiler of an
hauling a northbound Southern
way freight train.
The dead are Y. 0. Alexander, of
Atlanta, the engineer, Wild Jiispelr
Parks, of Atlanta, negro brakeman.
The fireman, negro, was severely in
jured. The train was running at between
oil and ;io miles an hour al the time.
Read Tlie Ads
Mil'K HI I I (.It l'l!) III A'I'
-t Voi k - 'I'hii ix ix o cliitdi en
xxer,., lost ;unl returned to their par-
xiits. and elr.hl
nan New Yorkers
Mi di(.'ree heat
:x Inmiei s had lo lie
:s an estimated tifid.-
tooli refn;:i 1'roiii the
h .': ai mill; o it
I'nney Island heaehi
exaniiucl io,, do
11 v'axxh. . now i
i" on i ne cases. "
The nicUle moulds wen made from
wooden Mucks with inner forms of
( eiiu ru. They received lead al!,,v and
UtlNl-MJ nil Ules Tlux
v.s;i taken .v viliirils who
louiid u in ex.iiiiiiiinj.- ijti.u is at
''amp 1V1U while the null xveve Ut
ii xx one ownership ,,f tin
The .lii-ccnt moulds tvere con(l:;e;t:
ed at -U ll.son and Mr Cawley has !.!
cured a eoni'i ssiou fnim ,,t(. i,1;,n
necteil with the counterfeiting scheme
he said. . "
AOM I MS'l'B ATOK's; XOT1CF
Haxiiig ipialilied as Administra.er
ol the estate of Mrs. I aura N'oland
deceased, late of Haywood County
.North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against' th
estate to exhibit them to the under
signed at Waynef villo, N. C, on o
before the l!ith day of Mav, lD.'iti, o
this notice will lie pleaded in bar o
their recovery. All persons indehte
to said estate will please make settle
ment before July I, IlWfi.
This the I'Stli day of Mav, l'XU.
. 11. NOI.ANli,
Administrator of Mrs. F.-mra No
No. MM) - 'May clO-Omie (l-i;!-2(b2
SEE US FOR SHIRTS
THREE FAtOUS UHANDS
Arrow Piedmont Tom Sawyer
0 h e a p e r 1 n Th e l o n It u n
C. E. Ray's Sons
Work Shirts 19c up
1 place, uncovered in the lefiiger-
becoiues liardciK d in
add a lit t.Je vinr-gar
If your glue
the bottle just
to soften it,.
A teaspoon -of vinegar beaten int
boiling frosting when the rtax-ir is
added will keen it from .being biitlle
and breaking when it is being cut.
Also a fea.-poonfu-l' of vinegar to i a-'h
pint nf hominia'le yrup will piivin
it candying! after it stand-.
weeK or so ago one
of Waynos- '
Read The Ads
in ihu run ,i t-.
xi i00 County, in
111. Vj ' r'", y," pages 110
f-hkn p e, ' eh -ame lands
:,h- r:.. j"- aim wne convev-
U-'x-ns '.ilriL- . Ti.,.i - f.'
oi -) , . hum mm-
r-iii.to iay 01 Mafch, 1925,
l iter "rf, ' M m. tne 0ffice of the
a $ri 01. naywpod Coun
;M bomZj ,n.ore luI'y describ-
Fpii..::"'! as in owe
sv , ovreet i now
- the hrm-o illUe southwest
,. ) -, ,. anu runs
' tin - .
'o a siaxe, j;au-
on ZCZX the Battle
otv.p i:. "uiiam Khine-
l; thence v-irv? "68
! n J 6 th the West. hnnn.
:fi t. . 1 Battle lot. N, 9.1
' 'j -m t,.a',the Northwest
.12:? BaUle lot: thenPB M
f sa,H . A'1,0' a stake in the East
I5 -l!'of ai !
hhs r.i l Containing
a,i . i acre. m. n
'hKA e"'C"i and does onnvov
P A. w BSMaitted in said AaJt
arm AT A r. , .
4X. It Ifh Trt
5;i:UKGE H. WiAren
?;';-" f,f ne Court and
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Monday, July 22, i:i;j5. at eleven
o'clock A. M., at the Court Ilou.-e
door in WaynesviHe, Haywood Coun
ty, North Carolina, I wiH !iffer for
sale, at public outcry, to the highest
bidder for cash, the fullowing de
scribed property in the towns of Crab
tree, Iron Duff and WaynesviHe, more
particularly bounded as follows:
-FIRST TRACT: Lying and being
in Cra'otree Township, tin the Kui-h
Fork of Crabtree Creek, containing
Six Hundred (W)0) acres, and being
the same tract or boundary of land
conveyed in a deed from W. H. Silver
to M. J. McCracken. dated January
1, 1U12, and reeored iii Book !54, page
411,. Record of Deed:; of Haywood.
SECOND TRACT: Lying and be
ing in Crabtree Township, Haywood
County, North Carolina, containing
One Hundred and Fifty ( 150) acres,
more Or less, and being the same
tract or boundary of land conveyed in
a deed trm v . u. MctracKen anu
wife, M. Ellen MoCracken, to Manson
J. McCracken, dated August 2, 1802,
and recorded in Book 5, page '3(8,
Record of Deeds of Haywood County.
THIRD TRACT: 2 tracts or par
cels of land lying and being in Iron
Duff Township, Haywood County,' con
taining Fifty (50) acres and
Forty (40) acres, respectively,
and being the same lands convey
ed in a deed from Nelson Howtll and
wife, F; E. Howell, to M. J. McCrack
en, dated March 1, 1887, and recorded
in Book "Y," page 265, Record of
Deeds of Hay-wood County.
FOURTH TRACT: A tract or
parcel Of land lying in Iron Duff
Township, Haywood County, Sixty
Five (65) acres, more or less, and
betng the same lands described in a
deed from Nelson Howell and wife,
F. E. Howell, to M. J. McCracken,
dated January 28, 1898. and recorded
in Book 10, page 422, Record of Deeds
of Havwood County.
FIFTH TRACT: Two certain tracts
or boundaries of land lying in Iron
Duff Township, Havwood County,
containing Ninety-Five (05) acres,
and Eighteen (IS) acres, respectively,
and being the same lands conveyed
in a deed from J. M- Green and wife,
Mary E. Green, to M. J. McCracken,
dated December 20, 1898, and record
ed in Book 11, 'page 257, Record of
Deed: of Havwood Cointy. '
QiYTtr tt? ATT- A tract or parcel
of land lying and being in Iron Duff
1 ovinship, Haywood Lounij
ing Nine (!) acres, more ,r les.-, ' ahi
being the same' lands iies. i llied in i
deed from 'I'. . park anil wife, Lyda
1.. I'ark. to M. J,.-McCracken, datnl
November 2'.i, r.MKt, and recorded in
Hook Lil, at page 272, Rn-ord of
llet-ds of Haywood ( iiutlty.
.sky 1--.N 1 It 1 KA( 1 : A .tract or
pan t 1 of land lying and being in Iron
Dull' Township, Haywood County,
containing Thirty-seven I.'i7) acres,
more or le.s, : and being the same
tract : of land conveyed in a deed from
R. L. Davis to M. .1. McCracken,
dated January 8, l'.mO, ami re. (irdtd
in Book 21, page diil, '-Record of Deeds
of Havwood County.
Kl'.iHTH TRACT: A tract or
boundary of land lying' and being in
Wavnesviile Township, Haywood
County, containing Twerdy-eight I'&Y
acres, more or less and being the
same lands conveyed in a deed from
L. A. Stephenson and wife, Harriette
E. Stephenson', to M. I. .McCracken,
dated February 21, 1894, and record
ed in Hook 20. natre tlo. Record, of
ileed of Havwood Countv.
NINTH TRACT: A tract or par
eel of land in - -.' , -
Township, Haywood t'ounty, . cnntainr
ing -Eighty-six -186) rods, and being
the same lot or parcel of land con
veyed in. a deed from .Nelson Howell
to M. J. McCracken, dated th- 21th
dav of Decemhier, 1MO, and recorded
in Book 26, page 12. Record of Deed
of Ha-vood Countv.
TENTH TRACT: A tract or parcel
of land lying and being on the waters
of the Pig. on River, in Haywood
County, and containing Three and
seventh-eights (3 -H acres, more or
less, and being the same land con
veyed in a deed from R. D, Gilmer,
Trustee for the heirs of James R
Love, deceased, to M. J. McCracken,
dated October 18, 1900, and recorded
in Book 24, pag-e 4, Record of Deeds
of Haywood County.
Reference is hereby- made to the
foregoing deeds and records for a
full and complete description of said
tracts of land, as is herein fully set
Sale made pursuant to power of
5ale in : a deed of trust executed by
M. J. McCracken and wife, Jennie
McCracken, to J. R. Boyd, Trustee, to
secure $10,700, dated November 9,
1932, and recorded in Book 32, page
59. Record of Deeds of Trust of Hay
This the 22nd day of June, 1935. i
J. R. BOYD. Trustee, d
No. 360 June 27-Ju'iy 4-11-18.
The True Story of
" Nine Months In
The Big Bend"
Teacher and Instructor in the most remote section of
Western North Carolina
For the past nine months Miss Odum has been work
ing in the Big Bend section of this county she has had
some remarkable experiences she gives the true facts
in her article which will be exclusive in the Mountaineer.
A ho Exclusive Pictures