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The Carolina mountaineer. (Waynesville, Haywood County, N.C.) 1925-1925, July 09, 1925, Image 9

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THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER THURSDAY, JULY , 125 Insurance Experts Phone 100 Repairing Watches Have Your Watch In spected By Us Occasion ally. Delicate Mechan ism Needs the Proper Oiling and Correct Attention to the Smallest Detail. The Biggest Little Jewelry Store In North Carolina. W. A. COBLE 3!etoeler Phone 1 94-J Waynesvllle, N. C. Real Wear Shirts and Over alls At Bottom Price Before you decide on your next work Shirts and Overalls, Keep in mind the fancy that here at Burgin Brothers you can get the finest work shirt and "Hawk-Brand" Overalls made. We know the kind of shirts and overalls men want-and that is the kind of work clothes you get here-priced way below what you would ordinarily have to pay in most stores. Here are trie choici 'ot9 of work clothes for the man who toils. They are made to ftand up urder the severest strain. t. hold up when oth;r garments have Ion) ceased their usefulness. Quantity purchases enable us to give ycu thec fine garments at ridiculously low prices. Burgm At the Depot Brothers Waynesville, N. C. Vi. STANDARD" casoli ne Investigate Our Automobile PolicyLowest CostMost com plete Coverage Ernest L. Withers & Co. NOTICE OF SALE UNDER EXE CUTION. I State of North Carolina, County of Haywood Superior Court. i W. R. Francis vs. F. Taylor Hyatt ! By virtue of an execution directed 1 tothe undersigned from the Superior Court of Haywood County, in above; entitled action. I will on Monday, the' 6th day of July. 1925, at 11 o'clock' A. M , at the court house door in the town of Waynesville, N. C, sell to the highest bidder for cash to sat isfy said execution and cost of sale, all the right, title and interest which the said P. Taylor Hyatt ha-s in the following described real estate, situ ate, lying and bing in Waynesville and Ivy Hill townships, on the wa ters of Richland and Jonathan's Creeks, and bounded as follows: BEGINNING on a mountain Span ish oak on top of Jones Knob and runs N. 71V4" W. crossing factory branch at 118 poles, 161H poles to a chestnut on a ridge; thence up said ridge o calls: S. 58 15" W. 11 poles; South 50", 45' 14Vi poles to a chestnut; S. 64 45' W. 76 poles to a mountain Spanish oak; S. 50" W. 27 V4 poles to a chestnut; S. 46 45' W. 63 poles to a chestnut on top of Old Field Toft Smathers' North View; thence S. 66' E. with Smath ers' line 80 poles to a locust in a flat on the mountain; S. 3tt" W. 29 poles, 7 links to a large hemlock near an old field branch; thence leav ing boundary S. 85" 3C E. 14 V4 poles to a stake in Smathers' road; thence with said road as it meanders, 11 calls: N. 80 E. 20 poles; S. i'i' E. 32 poles to a mountain 77 E. 27 poles to the top of the mountain; E 14 poles; N. 64' E. 24 poles; N. 63 E. 12 poles; N. 60 E. 21 poles; N. 73 E 18 poles; E. 16 poles; S. 82 E. Mpoles; N 7V E. 11 poles to a stake in J. D. Hyatt's line; thence with said line N. 24 W. 19 poles to a mountain oak on top of mountain; thence N. 48 E. 13 poles 9 links to a white oak on top, thence 31 E 42 pole.; to the BEGINNING, containing IOC a?res, more or less. This the 2nd day of Juno, 1926. J. CABK, 2Juiy Sheriff Haywojd County. NOTICE OF SALE UNDER EXECUTION. North Carolina, Haywood County In the Superior Court, PAIIIS ALL OVER Uif S.J1 Sk IWr Cardri uj Never Saw Sock Improve ment Wu So Weak Couldn't Stand. Weathersby, Miss. Mrs. James M. Hall, of this place, writes that shs was "getting weaker all the time" when Cardul, the woman's tonic, was first brought to her attention. After she bad taken Cardul a while, she writes that she "never did see such an Improvement" "I suffered all the time and had pains all over," says Mrs. HalL "I was so weak I could not stand. Mr skin was cold and flabby. I did not have any color. I had always peen a very active woman need to outdoor exercise, walking and going where I pleased, and to get down, not able to get myself a drink, was Indeed a hardship. "Nothing seemed to help me, till -I began on Cardul. The first bottle seemed to strengthen me, and I sent for tire more. By the time I had taken these, I was on my (est, going around, doing my work, gained in health and strength. "I took two more bottles, and I am well and strong. Can work my garden. I haven't had any more sickness." Ask your druggist NC-185 Haywood Supply Company vs. Jesse C. Curtis By virtue of an execution directed to the undersigned from the Superior Court of Haywood County, North Carolina, in the above entitled action, and other executions now in my hands, I will, on Monday, the 13th day of July, 1925, at 12 o'clock M., at the front door of the court house in the Town of Waynesville, N. C, sell to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said execution, all the right, title and interest vhich the said Jesse C. Curtis, tl:? defendant, has in the fol lowing real estate, to wit: FIRST TRACT: Being Lots Num bers 154 , 155, 156, 157, 158, 159 and 160, in Block J. of the Brookwood Addition to the Town of Hazelwood. I Beginning at an iron stake, junction I of Brook an 1 Cedar Streets, corner of lot 160 and runs thence with west margin of Brook Street, South 11 East 260 feet to a stake at Pine Street; then South 79 West 175 feet to a stake, corner of Lot No 153 in 'Pine Street: then North 10 30' West 377 feet to a stake, edee of Cedar Street; thence with Cedar Street North! 83 30 East 164 feet to the Begining. I SECOND TRACT: Beginning at a stake East side of Balsam Street, cor ner of Lots 152 and 153, then with line between said Lots North 83 ,'!0' East 169 feet to a stake; North 10 30' West 100 feet to a stake; South 83 30' West 165 feet to Ralsain Street; thence South 6 30' East 100 feet to the Beginning, bf'ng Lots Numbers 151 and 152 in Block J. Brookwood addition of the Town (if Hazejwood. ! THIRD TRACT: Being Lot- Num I'oois 25 and 2b' of Blo-k B, of Broik I tvocd Place, Beginning on a itake in !l''-. :iiar-rin if Kentucky Avenue eo.--! rr o Lot Nur.ibrr 21, and rus therre ' N'oith 2 East with line of Lot Num. 'He 21 105 feet to a stake, corner of lot Number 9; then South 88 East "0 feet to a stake, corner of Lot , Nur.'.bcr 6; South 2 West 165 feet to a stake? margin ot Kentucky Av - rue; then North ss West with margin c;' sr.'i! 'Contuc'cy Avenu 130 feet to ti e regir.nir.s;. I. F. CABE, ?;v.:-::T of H?.;-wood County. N. C. TV- t'-e :r:h '(!.. of June, 192.". 3t-July 2. NOTICE OF SERVICE BY PUBLIC V TION. SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTTM. Special Excursion to Atlantic City and OOther New Jersey Resorts. 18-day excursion tickets to Atlantic City and other seashore resorts will be sold from Asheville on the follow ing dates: Via Southern Railway to Washing ton and Pennsylvania R. R., June 23, July 7 and 21; August 4 and 18; and September 1st. Via Southern Railway to Washing ton and B. & O. R. R., July 1, 15 aad 29; August 12 and 26; and Septem ber 9th. Round Trip to From Atlantic City AsheviUe V $24.10 Lake Toxaway 26.43 Brevard 25.65 Hendersonville 24.90 Flat Rock 24.90 Saluda 24.90 Waynesville 25.15 Stopover so return journey will be allowed within (final limit of ticket at Philadelphia, Wilmington, Balti more and Washington. Through "sleeping cars Asheville to Washington. Make Pullman reservations through your local agent, or write the under signed. J. H. WOOD, Division Passenger Agent, Asheville, N. C. ALL ENGRAVING WORK GL'AR ANTEED. Engraving, Weddinfe Announce ments and Invitations, Birth An nouncements, Calling Cards, Business Cards, Personal Stationery, engraved or embossed, lithographed, etc., at the Carolina Mountaineer office. Jtiss Ofarriet of the mrnes Carter. Waaell D ance Studio of ' jt. ym School of SDancny Sn "Waynesville, Julu-lugust Tuesdays and Chursdaus at Go m m unity (Blub. Jnttruttion given in SBalUt, Jntrrpretine, Qrientai. Stage Stp, SBussian, Acrobatic, Aationai 3olt an rt ACadtrn 6BaiiSfoom Dancing. !of information, tPAon 4tias re Paint is bought by 11 Pu hard-boiled business men those who first get the facts then check them up carefully and "may the best man win." Kur' fees paint wins out on these comparisons we like to get a chance at close buyers because we can show them the high quality they demand; and We can show yon, too! j Come in and talk it over with us. We can show you real, specific reasons for the continued popularity and increasing use of Kurrees Paint. PAINT NOW PAY LATER UmKotUm HONE OWNERS' CLUB PLAN tut WmUOt ASK ABOUT IT HYATT & CO. TOO n North Carolina. Haywcid County the Superior Court. MavHhineha:t 1 Kobe:t A. Rhir.ehai't. The defendant above nanud. Robe i A. Rhinehart, wMl take n.tico th;.1. :.r. action entitled as above ha.s beer, com menced in the Superior Court of Hay wood County, N. C, for th; purpose of -btain'ng an absolute divo'ce from the defendant, and ?aid dcenii;.it will further take notice that be i; rc i.ii.ed to appear before Vr. Cle-K or th 1 Su perior Court of Haywood Cour.'v. N. C, at the court house in WaynesviLe, in said Hnywood County, on the l'9th day of June, 1925. mj. answer or de mur to the complaint in said :ftr.ion. or ttv plaintiff will apply for lite relief d-.-m.niipd in the s i'd com.l;.i.i:. TVs the 2M.-I ciay of May, !"?5 C. A. HAYXKS. C.evk S'ip'ji-ior C'oat Haywi od County. -HuIvIol Freight and Tax Extra tor the HUDSON COACH Throughout Hudson's long-time policy of giving greatest value for the money, this is the lowest price, the finest Hudson, the greatest value Hudson ever offered. Only Hudson's exclusive advantages of the famous patented Super-Six principle com bined with the world's largest production of Cylinder cars make it possible. By greater margins than ever before it is , today the "World's Greatest Buy." To For Rent or Sale A Jve room bun galow at Chesnut Park. New and all conveniences. Apply to Carolina Mountaineer. t. f. c. Hudson -Essex, World's Largest Selling 6 -Cylinder Cars Waynesville Hudson Company 1.2 1 as if

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