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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
SDAY, AUGUST 4, 193S
r;nhart. of Clyde, to Ida
I t ihev of Enka.
h; H- p . Kin both of
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, iri to Carrie Henley,
i ',ive I- reek.
':" "' n Com, of Lake City, Flor-
vhz;1beth M. Baublitz, of
(As Recorded to Monday Noon
of this Week)
THE OLD HOME TOWN
Rf std U i Paiani OH.c
s"a'te 'Robinson to Pearl Pace,
' , i Tai l Duncan to Helen
Jfo-"""- both of Balsan-
.- j tVip business re-
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vnpTH r AROLINA.
VrVTY OF HAYWOOD.
JLM' oi'PP-PinR COURT.
IN inc. j
,d Debenture Corporation,
n Ferguson; Lizzie Fergu
. 'T,mM Palmer; John M.
,e',r Trustee; Haywood Coun-
Town ot aynesvmc, -'r)n,n,i
L f the Estate of William T.
Lnah: H. R. Palmer; Marta
imer Swan snoe ,ompjr,
, 0ne of the defendants in the above
:itW action, will take notice that
a,-n,m entitled as aDove nas Deen
nPUTiced in the Superior court 01
. ' Vrt.fli Papnling trt
iec: certain notes made and execut
i bv F. I- Ferguson and Lizzie
rt,Ujon, alio lor Uie jumwsmc ui a
tli of trust securing the same, and
he determination of the prior-
;v of liens upon the property de-
:iM in the complaint hied herein,
,1 contained in the deed of trust
live referred to, the said Swan Shoe
mpany having judgments against
.' makers of said notice subsequent
the lion of the deed of trust afore
i; and said defendant, Swan
lie Company, will further take no-
that it is required to appear be
,v:he ( leik of the Superior Court
Haywood County, North Carolina,
!t.v i-'ourt house in Waynesyille,
h.r lot h day of September,
t and answer on demur to
complaint in said action, or the
ntiff will apply. to the Court for
it -'relief demanded in said complaint,
This the 14th day of July, 1938.
A! .-.Clerk of Superior Court, Hay
M County. N.C.
778-vjuly 21-28-Aug. 4-11.
Havinsr qualified as administratrix
the estate of J. H. Kinsland, de-
eil, late of Haywood County, N.
this is to notify all persons hav-
k claims against the estate of said
eased to exhibit them to the under
fed administratrix on or before the
"1 day .f July, 19.59, or this notice
be ph-adcd in bar of their re-
lVery. All persons indebted to said
late will please make immediate
"lenient. ' '
This the 25th day of July, 1938.
D. E. Kinsland,
Aiministtatrix, Estate of J. H.
' -'sr. 1. deceased.
N'o- "S-,Iuly 23-Aug. 4-11-18-25-
Crdul Is a purely veeetable medi
ae, found by many women to ease
cuoii&i pains of menstruation. It
Jo helps to strengthen women, who
oeen weakened by poor nour
'IfWM. by increasing their appetite
3 improving their digestion. Many
iJuneQ lasting benem from
h?h0Mained by Wng Cardui. If
mi. Br laKen uaraul, get a
we of cardui at the nearest drug
u me directions and try It.
: curet .
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""'-B-MY-TlsiF. World! Best Unlm.nt
Jessie Smathers, et us, to M. H.
Cook, et u..
S. B. McCracken, et ux, to W. G.
Bryant, et ux,
George H. Johnson to H. A. Os
borne. J. H. Hemphill, et ux, to Nora
C. C. Saunders, et ux, to D. B.
singleton, et ux.
Horace Sentelle, ft ux, to J. E.
Goodson, et ux.
Nellie Collins Smathers to Kitty
J. B. Fowler, Admr, et al, to W. T.
Fannie Noland to Carroll Glance.
J. H. Gossett, et ux, to Jack Mc
Cracken. Ivey Hill Township
Theda Garrett Crawford to Flor
ence and Chas. T. Garrett.
Jarvis Palmer, et ux, to E. B. Ed
wards. Jonathan Township
C. M. Moody, et ux, to Marshall
C. M. Moodey, et ux, to A. A. Moodv.
J. R. Morgan, et ux, to Turner
Gaddy, ot ux.
Raym )iid Scales, et ux, to J. P.
W. C. Walker, by Com. to Haywood
L. M. Killian, -t ux, M N Allen.
Inez E. Crawford, ft at, to il. !.
Angel, et ux.
W. (J. Medford, it in, to John
Bumgarner, et ux.
J, R. Morgan (TV.) to Carman
Fincher, et ux, vt al.
C- C. Diggs, ft ux, to Dewey Ross,
Fred Jackson, et ux, to J.M. Long.
H. B. Angel, et ux, to J. T. Morrow,
J. R. Morgan, et ux, to H. F. Me
Cullough, et ux.
White Oak Township
A. G. Baldwin to Harrison Hunt.')',
YOU KNOW WHAT? - JT WAS SO HOT
OVER MY WAY TMAT MY 20 ACRES OF
POPCORN POPPEO DURAJG THE
NIGHT--ANP MY HIREP MAM'FROZE
liic FEET WADING THROOOH IT
vkIup OUT TRYM& TO RESCUE
A COW ME LATEI2 FOUNt FRcZEH
To DE-ATM -- - ANP TTHAT AINT
. JHt HAl-f I A
SJ?ANPPAPPY ?ALE"fNMOPEAMY PROM
HUJ?RICAME CORNERS HAP THE BOTS
FROZEN N THE IK TRACKS WITH A REAL.
HOT VJEATHER YATN
civhj)t it it. hini-. nnw vniici
I Two Camp Grounds In"
Park Open To Public
i Modern tamp grounds at the Chim-
neys, and Smokrmont, in the park
j were thrown n)en to the public last
I Saturday. Oiw modern comfort sta
j tion is completed on rath camp ground
i and others are under construction.
Safe water and free fuel wood are
i provided for campers.
A camplender will be on duty to
I tfive such service as is needed by
the visiting public.
Camping is restricted to two weeks
per camming party.
Elizabeth, N. J. A young woman,
:.'! year old, is being held for trial
on a charge of burning her 12-year-old
stepson on a hot radiator ui
March. She denies the chargd.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
WHEREAS, Mrs. Bernadette Bell
and husband, W. Frank Bell, Jr., made
and executed a certain deed of trust
to Lawrence J. Quigley, Trustee,
which said deed of trust bears date
of 25th day of August, 1937, and is
recorded in Book 38 at page 301, in
the office of the Register of Deeds for
Haywood County, North Carolina, to
secure certain indebtedness; and
WHEREAS, default having been
made in the payment of the indebt
edness secured by said deed of trust,
and the holder of said note evidenc
being said indebtedness having de
manded that the undersigned exercise
the power of sale contained in said
instrument, and sell the property
thereby conveyed, as provided in the
said deed of trust, the undersigned
Trustee will on the the 15th day of
August, 1938, at 12 o'clock noon, of
fer for sale and sell at public auction
for cash, at the Court House door, in
the City of Waynesville, County of
Haywood, and State of North Caro
lina, the following described land and
Situated in Waynesville, Haywood
County, North Carolina:
BEGINNING at a stake on the
West side of Daisy Avenue, said
stake standing 151 feet from the
Northeast corner of the said C. W.
Miller, Sr., residence lot and where
the same adjoins the property of the ,
W. B. Ferguson Estate, and runs
thence North 67 deg. West 75 feet to
a stake; thence North 23 deg. East
75 feet to a stake; thence South 67
deg. East 75 feet to a stake in the
Western margin of Daisy Avenue,
which said stake is South 23 deg. West
590 feet from the intersection of the
Western side of Daisy Avenue with
the Southern side of Boyd Avenue;
thence South 25 deg. West 75 feet
with the margin of Daisy Avenue to
This the 14th day of July, 1938. .
LAWRENCE J. QUIGLEY,
No. 775 July 21-28-Aug. 4-11.
if .ftee nt n'Toinl ;jriue.. .'in ulavs
well .niei. A II lei t mi's must ( siifiie I
I he o.llUi.li eVplt'sse.i In the W it
tt,s ;tie Iti-t li4i esM.tl )l I lie oIHIIIiUIn if
Tli.' M i Miri t .i l
ON ALL THROUGH TRAINS
HULL " cniil. ctfan. rf'tfwl lrit at low cost
pUtLMAN CARS DINING CARS
M-ULfo table in the tafety of train travel
Contult PiMBgw Traffic lUpraMitUtfrM c
Kttantttiont ad otW ttaval tafoftior
R. H. DeButts
Assistant General Passenger Agent
r,A,T ASHEVILLE, N. C.
THERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
THE C()l NTRY ( HI Kt II
It is not the actual church organ
ization, that is a body of believers,
but the church building and grounds
which we wish to discuss. The coin
ing of good loads and automobiles
have influenced not only the rural
homes but the churches. In the
horse and buggy days it was neces
sary to leave a good many trees about
on the grounds to be used for hitch
ing posts. Some of the more pro
gressive churches realizing that cars
will stand without hitching and that
they will neither paw up the ground
nor nibble the shrubbery, have clear
ed the ground in front of the build
ing and have established lawns. The
following formula for seed for mak
ing a good lawn was worked out by
Dr. Pillsbury of North Carolina State
Kentucky Blue Grass ...10 lbs. 15 lbs.
Rhode I. bent grass 10 lbs. 20 lbs.
Red Top grass ...... ...10 lbs. 20 lbs.
Red Fescue grass 10 lbs. 15 lbg.
English Rye grass 5 lbs. 10 lbs-.
White Dutch Clover . ... 5 lbs, 5 lbs
Total 50 lbs. 85 lbs.
In some instances a screen of na
tive trees has been planted on each
side of the church building. North
Carolina is rich in plant material
suitable for this purpose; dogwood,
red bud, wild crabapple, sour wood,
sassafras, sumac, mimosa and crepe
myrtle would be most attractive.
Holly trees and other evergreens are
desirable but cedars are not advised
if there are apple orchards nearby.
When transplanting magnolias and
holly, clip off all the leaves except a
few surrounding the bud. This pre
vents excessive evaporation.
The quick growing privet or hedge
plant is advised for planting to con
ceal the outdoor privies without
which ho country church is complete.
These should be built and maintained,
according to State Hoard, of Health
specifications and should be kept lock
ed except when the church is open
The days. are. gone when the mem
bers of a rural church fail to provide
a plentiful supply of tire wood, which
in the fall is stored under a conven
ient shelter. It is imnortaiil that the
drinking water be free from contain-!
illation. Many cases of typhoid fever i
have been traced to the open well of
the country church.
Have you tried the cafeteria plan of
serving dinner on the grounds ? The '
long table under the trees at the back)
of the church is covered with table
cloths as usual. The "customers '
form in two lines ort either side of
the table. First they drop a nickel in j
a convenient box, pick up a paper
plate and napkin, then help them
selves to bread and moat, pickles and
stuffed eggs, Next they come to the '
pie and custard section und the cake
division brings them to the end of the
long table. .lust a little distance
away is the beverage table. This is
usually taken care of by members of
the Women's Missionary Society.
Here lor five cents one may purchase
paper cups tilled with coffee, lemon
ade, sweet or butter milk.
The money taken at both hibles is
used to pay for the paper plates, cups
and napkins, the coffee, sugar, ice,
lemons, tinker's bread and cheese.
Open sandwiches Using jam, jelly,
preserves unit any' other tilling are
more acceptable than those covered
with another slice of bread, as any
one wishes to know at a glance just
what one is choosing. The younger
children wjio cannot handle plates
are not expected to pay, but are
served with food from the table. This
plan makes for smooth, efficient ser
vice and is no ta tax on anyone,
The one room country church is al
most a thing of the past. At least
two rooms have been added to most of
them. One is Used for the primary
class and the other contains a smalt
oil stove and a cot where mothers
may retire with their babies or for
the use of anyone who wishes to he
down. Surplus supplies are securely
locked in a large box or cupboard in
this room. Electric lights have been
installed in many of the larger
churches, where power lines pass and
others use the Delco or Acetylene
The name and denomination of the
church painted on a board placed near
the road in front of the church, would
prove interesting and helpful to trav
elers. M US. M1TTIE E. II EN LEY.
All persons will take notice that
the undersigned has on the ISth day
of April, 1938, ipinlitiod as Admin
istrator of the estate of Elizabeth
Uathbone, deceased. All persons hav
ing claims against said estate will
present them to the undersigned on or
before the Oth day of July, 1939, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar of
any recovery thereon. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate payment.
This the 6th dav of July, 1938.
JOHN RATH HONE.
Administrator of Elizabeth Rath
Eyes Examined For Appointment
Classes Fitted Telephone 201
C O S .S' V LT
dr. it kim; harpk
127'.! Main St. . Wells Bldg. Canton, N. C.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TO CRED
ITORS Having qualified as executors of the
estate of Joseph E. Johnson, deceas
ed, late of Haywood County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Waynesville, North
Carolina, on or before the 21st day
of July, 1939, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This the 21st day of July, 1938.
JOHN N. JOHNSON,
FANNIE JOHNSON REYNOLDS.
Executors of the estate of Joseph
E. Johnson, deceased.
No. 777 July 21-28-Aug. 4-11-18-25
of constipation by V
Many folks get such refreshing
relief by taking Black-Draught for
constipation that they prefer it to
other laxatives and urge their friends
to try it. Black-Draught is made of
the leaves and roots of plants. It
does not disturb digestion but stimu
lates the lower bowel so that con
stipation Is relieved.
purely vegetable laxative
R. C. A. CAMPBELL PROPERTY
On Dellwood Road, Highway No. 284 Three Miles From
Waynesville. :;;.' 7''.-V.V l.
This is very desirable property and has been subdivided into lots and tracts. Easy Terms.
TERMS - Fourth Cash, Balance 6, 12 and 18 Months.
BAND CONCERT LADIES INVITED
. SALE CON' I) I (TED BY '
Home Realty and Auction Co
R. A. PATTON, Selling Agent.
VVE SELL RAIN OR SHINE