In the Sui>erior Court,
Before the Clerk
Mr*. Mamis D. Barker and
boeband. J. Q. Barker,
Herbert and husband, F.'
Herbert. Iva Sanderson, George
Ss nderson. Beatrice Sanderson, i
Brookie Pearl Sanderson, Hattie |
Sanderson, A"eta May Sanderson.
Wiliria Sanderscn. 01. Sandersor..
Frank Sanderson and D. C. Coleman.
J, H. Coiemar., Abbie Alexander,
W. M. Deal. J. A. Deal. G. C. Deal.
Ida Bradshaw. Laura Green. Allen
Deal. G. C. Denton. Nannie Robin?on.
H. A. Denton, Fate Eible. Jeff ;
Bible, Sue Fear.ett. Kerschel Bible.
Isabel Comer. T. G. Phillips. T. J
C. Phillips. H. R. B. Phillips. P. L ;
Jessie Bible. Coleman Bible.'
Unknown heirs of Nancy Coleman.
M. E. McCoy. J. B. Witt, W. .?. ,
Witt, B. W. Witt, M. T. Stewart. S. '
A. Red wine, Betty Witt. Unknown '
Hein of Mary Witt, deceased, SueBarnes.
Suttiza Hunt, W. H. Han- ]
CCV&. v.. i^cmmer, .tan.t- nancock.
and All Unknown Hei'* f Harrisen
Hancock, deceased. J.-hn Hancc k.
Fa te Har.dcock. Mary Johnson.
James Hancock, Jr.. Reed Hancock.
Gutsie Hancock and all Unknown
Heirs of Wiiiiam Hancock, deceased.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Orr. Chas. Hancock,
Mr. ard Mrs. H. A. Padgett
r.d all Unknown heirs of Richard
Hancock. Deceased, Alice Beckner.
Mildred McMahan, Luther Davis.
Unknown Heirs of Isabel Davis, deceased.
and all Unknown Heirs at law
of M. W. Hancock, deceased.
NOTICE OF SUMMONDS
The defendant* above named will
take notice that a Special proceeding
entitled as above has been commenced
in the Superior Court of
of Clay County for the purpose of
partition by sale of certain real
estate in Clay County. North Carolina.fully
described in the petition
in this cause, and heine a part of
the home farm of the late M. W.
Hancock, in which petitioners and
defendants are tenants in common:
and the said defendants will further
take notice that they a e required
to appear before the undersigned
Clark (if the Sunerior C :?r of Clnv
County, North Carolin:.. at his of-!
lice in the Courthouse in Hayesville.il
N. C., on the 1st day of Mu:ch. 1020, j
I zvith a
The Cherokee S(
Through special ar
we are able to offer i
Cherokee Scout and t
did fruit trees descril
ited time only.
This special combi
Japanese Plum, one
berta Peach, and one
prepaid to your mailt
! THIS IS THE BES
i SEND YOUR ORE
- ; Description of 7
1. THE JAPANESE PLUM is
~ i Ing ornamental tree with light gi
attractive bloom wonderfully
usually begins bearing the secor
after planting. Fruit is large fx:
, firm, meaty flesh.
2. THE APRICOT ripens be
and Peaches. As hardy as the F
planted on a northern or weste
prevent early blooming; giving
ment for curculio as the plum.
18 feet apart.
3. EARLY ELBERTA. Free
son, yellow. The Early Elberta
It is of the Elberta type, large,
The flesh is yellow like the 1
better quality, sweeter and finei
tree is a strong grower and adap
4. ELBERTA. The greatest c<
on the market today, because it
the world over. This variety
til over the country and there ar
grown than any other kind. T
hardy, productive and uniform
fruit is large, yellow with red ch
large, golden yellow. The flesh
stone, and highly flavored.
5. J. H. HALS. Huge, beaurif
stone, solid, delicious, round as
shipper, a splendid keeper, bring
and answer or demur to the petit- (
ion in said Special Proceeding or j
the petitioners will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the!
This the 2 >rd day of January 1926;
W. L. MATHESO.W
Clerk Superior Court Clay County,
X. C. <25-4t-A&G> I
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ;
I see Advertised in the Cherokee1
Scout that application for pardon of
Willard Barnett will be made to
the Commissioner of pardon and to
the Governor of the State of North
Carolina. I his wife do hereby file
a protest against Willard Barrett
pardon. I with many others do not
think that Willard Barnett has paid
the penalty for abandoning his wife
and children. ,
Signed MAE BARNETT
<2o-4t-pd?. Wife of Willard Barnett
SORT H CAROLINA, i
William J. Adams, <
The defendant above named will i
:ake notice that an action entitled as i
above hae been commenced i.i the i
Superior Court of Cherokee County.
North Carolina by the plaintiff
against the defendant for a divorce
from the bonds of matrimony; and
the said defendant will further take
notice that she is required to appear;
at the office of the Clerk of Superior j
Court of -aid County on the 4th day j
of March. 1926. or within 20 daysi
thereafter, at the court house of said
County of Cherokee, and answer and
demurer to the complaint on said
action or the plaintiff will apply to
the court for the relief demanded in
This 1st day of February. 1926.
E. E. DAVIS, Clerk of
<2*>-4t-pa) Superior Court.
State of North Carolina
In the Superior Court.
Ganarah Howell, Plaintiff
!. E. Howell. Defendant.
NOTICE OF SERVICE OF SUMMONS
The defendant above named will i
take notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the
i yearly subscripti
out the Southern Ri
rangement with a leadin
our subscribers a year's
he Southern Ruralist, tog<
bed below at a remarkab
nation consists of the fo
Apricot, one Early Elbe
: J. H. Hale Peach, each
>ox in waterproof package
T OFFER WE CAN P(
)ER BEFORE OFFER
Vppc big profits, vigor.
the twentieth cei
; a strong grow- thousands of gro
reen foliage and *hird larger thar
productive and colored. The pit
id or third year it is exceptiona
ne nualitv. nri*H Deach owinff to
Will ship nearly
lecticn is incomp
'each, should be
rrn exposure to
the Same treat- NOTE: Every tr*
Set trees 16 to :>?rirg orchard, of i
rot furnish tho early
are ?pecla!? and very
Stone: mid-sea- receive tbi. .eat
is truly named.
golden yellow. I? ? ? ?
Slberta but far I
?ef?on,nptIch I THE CHERC
mimercial peach '
: is well known i I am enclosi
is very popular I of five trees
e more of these . Cherokee Sco
he tree is very I
eek. It i? juicy, w
is yellow, free- 1
I Route .
ul, golden, freea
ball, a great |
s top prices and Town
THE CHEROKEE SCO I
Superior Court e4 Cherokee County 1
N. C. against him and the purpose:
of the action is for an absolute \
divorce from the bor.ds of matrimony
on statutory grounds.
The defendant will further take
notice that he is required to personally
appear before the Clerk of the
Superior court of Cherokee Cour.ty ;
N. C. on the 3rd day of March 15*26
ar.d answer or demur to the said cor - :
plaint now on file in the Clerks
Office in the Court House or thCourt
will grant the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
This 1st day cf Feb. 1926.
E. E. DAVIS, Clerk
<26-4-t-jhmc) of the Superior Court
NOTICE OF SALE
Default in the payment of the :niebtedness
secured in a certain deed
Tf trust, executed by the A. T. Dorse y
Lumber Company. to the undersigned
trustee, having been made,
and the creditor thereby secured hurirar
requested that the said trustee
execute the power therein contained
On the first Monday of March. *'
1926. in front of the courthouse door,
'.he same being the first day of said
month, at 11 o'clock A. M.. the undersigned
trustee, by virtue of the
power contained in said trust deed,
will proceed to sell, at public aucti- n. i
to the highest bidder for cash, the
certain lands of the said A. T. Dorsey
Lumber Company therein conveyed,
lying in Cherokee County, and described
as follows, to-wit:
Tract^fo. 1. Lying on the waters '
of Moss Creek. Beginning.on a white
oak, the beginning corner of No.
992 and runs with the said line South
40 degrees east 63 pole? to a chestnut
corner of said No. 992; thence
with its line North 45 degrees East
50 poles to a sourwood; thence South
15 degrees West 120 poles to a
black oak; thence South 65 degree
West 41 poles to a small hickory on
the line of No. 992; thence with said
line North 40 degrees West 152 :
to a stake in the line of No. '" 1
thence with this line North 45 grees
east 20 poles to the beginni ;r
Containing seventy (70) acres, m .<
Tract No. 2. Also a certain trac*
of land in said county and state
containing fifty (50) acres more
less, bounded as follows: Beginnina
on a White oak tree star.dinz
iraltet ,or 1 *9 nn
g Southern Nursery
subscription to The
ether with the splenle
saving for a limi
'llowing trees: One
:rta Peach, one Elshipment
: and both papers for
dus, sturdy trees. Sensation of
itury. and is being planted by
wers. In size it is about onei
Elbert., and is more highly !
separates easily from the flesh,
lly valuable as a commercial
its unusual keeping qualities,
as well as an apple. Your col>lete
without this variety.
e absolutely genuine, propagated from
the very belt. Many nurserymen can- !
r Elberta and the J. H. Hal*. They
desirable. This is the best offer you
>KEE SCOUT. I
ng $2.00 for special fruit tree offer i '
and a year's subscription to The |
ut and The Southern Ruralist. j
rr. MURPHY. N. c.
Sweetgum, N. C.
Mrs. Huldah Pastell. died on .far- ,
rary 24th about 8 A. M. Her death }
.vas a great shock to her many re-j,
atives ard friends. She had been }
n poor health for several years?' \
In 1925 she visited her son a and ' 2
friends in Chicago, staying a period; t
of about six months, while there <
ser sons traveled in several sections' |
>f the country with her by auto ar.d j
;wo trips across Lake Michigan to 4
Muskegan. Mich, by boat. She (
va- i faithful Christian belonging to'
.he Baptist church from her early j t
couth. Funeral service? were held
lp until the 27th, 11 A. M. for the':
imval f her three sons form the ,
-.orth. She was buried in the cemetery
at Red Marble, Rer. W. B.
Wathts r conducting the funeral
ervicts. There was a great audience
jf people, consisting of her relative?
ind friends, at the funeral services ,
:o mourn the loss of their beloved ,
friend. Mr. Henry Pastell, with
lis great class of singers sang some
Rev. Thomas K. Pastell. the great '
Cvangelist. who is well known a i
>ver the land and country, passed
way February 5th at 6 A. M. He
beiran preaching at the sge of 1^
grhen a boy. When he died he was
? ' year- Id. He had recently held
a ser.vs f meetings in Barnard.
Kan?a.?. where thousands of pe> P e
[fathered to hear his great sermon*.
He was visiting relatives and friends
there. Thee weeks ago he came
here to visit relatives and friends,
and as he came thr uph Murphy he
delivered a preat sermon there which
was the last great sermon he ever
preached. He had promised the
people in Murphy that he would
come hack in a week or so ana hold
a tw< weeks series of meetings, but
on his arrival to his brother's homo
J-seph Pastel*. his health Vegan t?>
dec no so much that he could not
:'-ifull hi- app? intnient. He was a
Vet ran of the Civil War. ?>?-ir,e
aptured at cne time in a gnat
f r ;C. He was a member <>f the
M; - r. < rder of high degree said a
:.t instructor. He was buried
Saturday. 1 It) P. M. at Red Marble
cim-tery. Rev W. B. Matheson
rondueted ther funeral services,
rhere was a great audience of people
?t the funeral to pay tribute to the
mat Evangelist. Mr. Henry Pastell
vith his well trained class of sing n.
-ang some noble and grand
Christopher Columbus was a man
ha; had great dreams, consisting of
:hi.L great continent on which \vf
i\e and exploring parts thereof.)
rhe people, in Graham County, like
Vi*. Kot'A Kad jlrr.nn^e t- V* -1? 1
some day their feitle soil and the J
rrent f-'rest products, that abound in|
Sraham County, would some day
tmount to more than a mere dream.
Fhe time is now here that the people
in Graham County see pood high-]
east of No. 467 in district No. ?.
on the waters of Fodder's Creek an runs
North 45 degrees East 126 poleto
a che-tnut oak; thence South 40
degrees east 62 poles to a stake;
thence South 45 degrees West 120
poles to a stake on the line of No.
901; thence with that line North 40
degrees West to the beginning.
Tract No. 3. Also that part of a
tract No. 511 which runs on the
right hand side of adjoining Andy
Earwood's tract, containing one acre
and bounded as follows:
Beginning on a white oaw and runs
in a North direction with the .lonies
H. Brysor. line to a stake at the wagon
road; thence an eastern direction to
a stake; thence in a Northern direction
to a stake; thence an eastern
direction to the beginning.
This February 3rd, 1926.
DILI.ARn & Win
NOTICE OF ENTRY
Entry No. 1045
State of North Carolina
C. W. Savage and W. A. Savage
of Cherokee County, Enters five
acres, more or less, of land on the
waters of Shooting Creek, District
No. 2. of Clay County. Beginning on
a stake corner of Tract No. 697.,
Grant 14450 on the line of Tract'
No. 6161 and runs with its line West'
to the line of No. 2384; then with I
its line to the line of No. 5060; then'
with No. 5060 to the line of 697;
then with its line to the beginning.
Entered Jan. 29th. 1926.
C. W. SAVAGE
W. A. SAVAGE
Attest: GLOVER P. LEDFORD
Filed Jan. 29, 1926, at 2 o'clock
P. M., and registered Jan. 29, 1926.
GLOVER P LEDFORD
(26-4t-s) Enter Taker.
vays ar.d a railroad running through
heir fertile soil and the great forest J
product. Graham"? fertile soil and,
forest product is now available in
vhich the soil can be tilled for a j
rreat profit and the forest product
manufactured in every useful thing.
?t a great profit which will give
he people employment and thousmds
of others. Still thi* is not all
he great enterpri>es that are being
fought in Graham County, there is
>eing planned ore of the greatest
akes and dams that the country
?ver saw. The people in Graham
County are all busy, they have
plenty of work and the county is
rreatlv progressing. People from
>ther parts of the country are seek?
1 : V?^ rz.-.u~ (
r untv. They do not stand back
>n the price verv much, but they
?y lets go!.
Rev. W. P Matheson, pastor of
the Bear Creole Church, pave the
arpe conprecations on Saturday and
Sunday some miphty pood sermons.
Dewey Pastel!, Roy Pastell and
Fulton Pastell have returned back
north. They would have been plad
to have remained lonper hut their
vacations would not premit. However,
they expect to visit in the summer
on their vacation.
There i- three stores now at
Sweetpum. Z. V. Cooper. John A.
Ropers and A. L. Pastell. All the
stores seem to be doing a very pood
P. R. Griffith has his saw mill
located at Sweetpum. and i? doinp
a good sawmill business. He pets
more order* for huildinp material
than he can pet rut?a!thouph he is
runninp six day- in a week.
Sweetpum is growing "i population
very fast. Business interprises
are steadily growing and increasing
There is r po-toffice at Sweet gum
for the convenience of the people,
but the people have now deemed it
necessary to have a postoffue,
therefore, they have urged Mr. A. L.
Pastell r> petition the Postorice
department for a postoffice here.
The people have all signed the petition
and have written se\eral personal
letter- accompanying the
petition to the denartm?nr TK.
petition and letters have prone forward
to the department for their
decision and the people are in great
hope that the department's decision
will be favorable. The people have
unanimously selected Mr. A. L.
Pastell for their postmaster in the
event that the department gives
them one. Mr. Past ell is eminently
qualified for the po>ition and is a
great booster in our community. He
is greatly esteemed by all the people.
They greatly admire him for his
eminently good work in the profes
| "PHE more effec
I * not be made v.
I more than a mere
I What to mix, hov
I mixing, how to mi:
1 with it after it is i
1 the problems tha
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I tion above shows c
1 of fertilizer mant
I the Royster plant
I F. D. DICKEY Fi
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 192?
sion of teaching schools throughout
the county. Before the High School
at Robbinsville was completed he
was principal of the Sweetgu?
School, teaching the be>t 9^^
that had been taught m the county.
Ransom Ayers has just sold his
farm for $3000.00 and in turn purchased
one of John A. Roger's
farms paying $3500.00.
F. O. Colvard has just sold one of
his farms tp Harrison Nichols, who
is a resident of Cherokee County
hut now will soon be a resident of
Giaham County. Mr. Nichols paid
Mr. Colvard around $1000.00 for
his farm. r
O. C. Hall, agent for the Sen.
thern Railway Co., Topton rode one
of his little black mules home St!urday
afternoon. Mr. Hall lives it
Kyle, N. C. He returned Tate Son.
day evening and resumed his duties
Monday morning. Mr. Hall, has informed
Mr. A. L. Pastell, extra
Agent-Operator, that he will ask the
company for a three months leave
of absence, taking effect about
April 1st. and that Mr. Pastell wi'J
relieve him during his absence. i-.
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