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THE FRANKLIN PRESS tad THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
THURSDAY, SEPT. 17,'lftM
LEGAL ADVERTISING
NOTICE OF SALE
North Carolina,
Macon County.
WHEREAS, power of sale was
vested in the undersigned Trustee
by deed of trust executed by J. L
Kinsland and wife, dated 28 June,
1929, and registered in the Office
of the Register of Deeds for Macon
County in Mortgage Book 31, page
191; and default having been made
in the payment of the indebtedness
secured thereby, and the holder of
the' notes having demanded that
the undersigned Trustee exercise
the power of sale in him vested;
I will, therefore, by virtue of the
power of sale in said deed of trust
in me vested, on Thursday, the
18th day of October, 1934, at
12:00 o'clock noon sell at the Court
House door in Franklin, North
Carolina, at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash the fol
lowing described property:
A tract or parcel of land, situat
ed in Franklin Township, Macon
County, State of North Carolina,
and described as follows:
On lotla Street, in the Town of
Franklin, and adjoining the lands
of Mollie Collins, Mary Collins and
R. D. Sisk on the North; the Bap
tist Church property on the East;
Mrs. Charley Haynie on the South
and lotla Street on the West.
This the 18th day of September,
1934.
R. D. SISK, Trustee.
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NOTICE OF SALE
North Carolina,
Macon County.
WHEREAS, power of sale was
vested in the undersigned Trustee
by deed of trust executed by Jess
Coleman, dated 28 July, 1930, and
registered in the Office of the
Register of Deeds for Macon Coun
ty in Mortgage Book No. 31, page
334; and default having been made
in the payment of the indebted
ness secured thereby, and the hold
er of the notes having demanded
that the undersigned Trustee exer
cise the power of sale in him vest
ed; I will, therefore, by virtue of the
power of sale in said deed of
trust in me vested, on Thursday,
the 18th day of October, 1934, at
12:00 o'clock noon sell at the
Court House door in Franklin,
North Carolina, at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash the
following described property:
A certain tract or parcel of land,
situated in Franklin Township, Ma
con County, State of North Caro
lina, and described as follows.
Bounded on the North by lands
of John Justice; bounded on the
East by lands of Otto Womack;
bounded on South by R. M. Shook,
and bounded on the West by lands
of Geo. Guest, containing about
one-half acre and being all my
home place.
This the 18th day of September,
1934
' J. H. STOCKTON, Trustee.
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NOTICE OF SALE
North Carolina,
Macon County.
WHEREAS, power of sale was
vested in the undersigned Trustee
by deed of trust executed by T.
B. Ashe and wife, Arie V. Ashe,
datet 6 Marsh, 1929, and registered
in the Office of the Register of
Deeds for Macon County in Mort
gage Book No. 31, page 153; and
default having been made in the
payment of the indebtedness se
cured thereby, and the holder of
the notes having demanded that
the undersigned Trustee , exercise
the power of sale in him vested;
I will, therefore, by virtue of the
power of sale in said deed of trust
in me vested, on Thursday, the
18th day of October, 1934, at 12:00
o'clock noon sell at the Court
House door in Franklin, North
Carolina, at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash the follow
ing described property:
In Franklin Township, Macon
County, North Carolina, and de
scribed as follows: Beginning, at a
stake on the bank of Highway No.
285, the North corner of the Fred
Jacobs tract of land, runs thence
S 58 E 178 feet to a stake; thence
S 32 E 107 feet to a stake; thence
S 58 E 39 feet to a gate post;
thence S 59 E 143 feet to a fence
post; thence N 23 E 354 feet to
a stake; thence N 26 W 67 feet to
the Highway; thence with the
Highway to the Beginning.
Also Lots Nos. 10. 11, 12, 13, 14,
15. 16 and 17 in Block One in a
tract of land in Macon County,
North Carolina, known as the Ly
man Field, as surveyed and mapped
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by W. B. McGuire, reference being
hereby had to said map as record
ed in Book 1-3, records of Macon
County, North Carolina, pages 56
and 57, for a fuller and more par
ticular description of the land and
lots hereby conveyed.
This the 18th day of September,
1934.
R. S. JONES, Trustee.
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NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE
North Carolina,
Macon County.
The Bank of Franklin vs W. C.
Cunningham, J. A. Porter, Sam L.
Franks and W. L. Higdon. The
Bank of Franklin vs J. A. Porter
and W. L. Higdon. The Bank of
Franklin vs W. L. Higdon and J.
A. Porter. The Bank of Franklin
vs W. L. Higdon and W. C. Cun
ningham. The Bank of Franklin
vs W. C. Cunningham and W. L.
Higdon. The Bank of Franklin vs
W. L. Higdon and J. A. Porter.
The Bank of Franklin vs W. C.
Cunningham and W. L. Higdon.
By , virtue of seven executions
directed to the undersipneH frrrni I
the Superior Court of Macon
County in the above entitled ac
tions, I will, on Mondav. the 8th
day of October, 1934, at 12:00
o'clock noon at the Court House
door at Franklin, North Carolina,
sell to the highest bidder for cash.
to satisfy said executions, all the
right, title and interest which the
said W. L. Higdon has in the fol
lowing described lands:
All the right, title and interest of
W. L. Higdon in that portion of
the following described lands, which
lie in Macon County. North Caro
lina:
First: All the lands described in
a deed from D. D. Davies and
wife to W. L. Higdon, said deed
bearing date of 16 September, 1913,
and registered in the office of Reg
ister of Deeds for Macon County
in Book W-4 of Deeds, at page 507.
Second: All the lands described
in a deed from F. J. Conrov and
others to W. L. Higdon, said deed
bearing date of 23 April, 1923, and
registered in the office of Register
of Deeds for Macon County in
Book W-4 of Deeds, page
Third: On the waters of the
Sugarfork River, Peek's Creek, be
gins at a locust near the Hender
son tract entered bv Holland, runs
West 30 poles to a hickory; then
South 45 West 90 poles to a chest
nut: then North 45 West 90 Doles
to a Spanish oak; then South 15
West 190 poles to a Spanish oak;
then South 80 East 100 and 40
poles to a chestnut: then North
60 East 140 poles to a mountain
oak ; then North 30 West 40 poles
to a black oak; then North 60
East 70 poles to a pine; then
North 20 East 40 poles to a chest
nut; then North 10 poles to a
Spanish oak; then South 75 West
100 poles to the Beginning.
This the 7th day of September,
1934.
A. B. SLAGLE, Sheriff.
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NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
ESTATE
North Carolina,
County of Macon.
Under and by virtue of the power
and authority contained in that cer
tain deed of trust executed by
James R. Parrish and wife, Callie
D. Parrish to The Raleigh Savings
Bank and Trust Company, trustee,
which said deed of trust is dated
July 1, 1927 and recorded in Book
30, Page 433, of the Macon Coun
ty Registry, default having been
made in the payment of the in
debtedness thereby secured and in
the conditions therein securd, the
undersigned substituted trustee by
instrument recorded in Book Z2,
Page 468, Macon County Registry,
will on Tuesday, October 2, 1934.
at or about twelve o'clock noon, at
the courthouse door at Franklin.
North Carolina offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash
the following described property:
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land containing three hun
dred and forty-two (342) acres,
more or less situate, lying and be
ing 6n thef West's Mill Burning
town public road, about seven (7)
miles almost north from the town
of Franklin, in Cowee Township,
Macon County, State of North
Carolina, having such shapes, metes,
courses and distances as will more
fully appear by reference to a plat
thereof, made by W. J. Jenkins,
surveyor, on the 2nd day of June
1927, and attached to the abstract
now on file with the Atlantic Joint
Stock Land Bank of Raleigh, the
same being bounded on the North
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by the Tennessee River; on the
East by the Tennessee River; on
the South by the lands of Charley
Downs and E. E. Roper; on the
West by the lands of Sam Moore
and Deck Welch, and being the
identical tract of land conveyed by
deed from Gilmer A. Jones, Trustee
for Carolina Realty Company to
James R. Parrish, of date January
22nd, 1927, said deed being duly
recorded in , Deed Book Q-4 st
Page 5, in the Office of the Regis
ter of Deeds for Macon County,
North Carolina. .
Terms of sale cas' md trustee
will require deposit ot 10 per cent
of the amount of the bid as evidence-
of good faith.
This the 1st day of September,
1934.
JOSEPH L. COCKERHAM.
Substituted Trustee.
Robert Weinstein and
Victor W. Thompson, Attorneys
Raleigh, N. C. 'S6-4tc-S27
EXECUTION
NOTICE OF SALE
North Carolina,
Macon County.
The Bank of Franklin
vs.
Mack Thompson
By virtue of an execution direct
ed to the undersigned from the
Superior Court of Macon County
in the above entitled action, I will,
on Monday, the 1st day of October,
1934, at 12:00 o'clock noon, at the
Court House door of said County,
sell to the highest bidder for cash,
to satisfy said execution, all the
right, title, and interest which the
said Mack Thompson, defendant,
had on the 29th day of June, 1933,
in the following described land, to
wit: Beginning at a stake on East
side of State Highway No. 285, E.
S. Hunnnicut's Northwest corner;
and runs with Hunnicut's line east
nine poles to a stake in old road;
then with old road and Hunnicut's
line north 8 east 10 1-2 poles to
stake Hunnicut's corner; then with
his line south 62 east 7 poles to a
stake in a small branch and in M.
G. Thompson's line; then with
Thompson's line the branch north
32 west 2 poles to a stake Thomp
son's corner; then north 67 1-2 east
11 1-2 poles to stake, Thompson's
corner; then north 41 1-2 west 12
poles to a stake; then north 72
west 20 poles to a stake on east
side of -highway ; then south 2 eas
with east side of highway 28 poles
to the beginning containing three
acres.
Beginning on a stake in Elmer
jonnson s line, runs a westerly di
rection with said line to stake
known as E. W. Johnson's corner;
then with said E. W. Johnson's line
a southeasterly direction to a stake
near a branch; then down said
branch, with its meanders to a
stake in the bend of the branch;
then a northerly direction to the
beginning containing one acre, more
or less.
This 1st day of September, 1934.
A. B. SLAGLE, Sheriff.
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TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL
ESTATE
Under and by virtue of the pow
er and authority contained in that
certain deed of trust executed and
delivered by C. C. Welch and wife,
Gracie Welch, dated the 8th day of
August, 1931, and recorded in the
office of the Register of Deeds for
Maron County, N. C, in Book 33,
page 41, and because of default in
the payment of the indebtedness
thereby secured and failure to car
ry out and perform the stipulations
and agreements therein contained
and, pursuant to demand of the
owner and holder of the indebted
ness secured by said deed of trust,
the undersigned trustee will expose
for sale at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash at the Court
House Door in the Town of Frank
lin, Franklin, N. C, at 12:00 o'clock
noon on the 27th day of October,
1934, and more particularly de
scribed as follows:
Being a tract of land situated in
Burningtown Township, Macon
County, State of North Carolina,
and described as follows: A cer
tain deed made the 13th day of
June 1922 by A. B. Welch and
wife, Mary Welch to C. C. Welch
and being recorded in Book 1-4, of
deeds page 141, office Of Register
of Deeds, Macon County, to which
deed, as so recorded reference is
hereby made for a more complete
and definite description of the lands
herein conveyed.
This the 24th day of September,
1934.
HARLEY R. CABE, Trustee
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JOHN JOSEPH GAINES.MJS
ABUSE OF X-RAY
The X-ray is one of our finest,
most accurate, diagnostic instru
ments. Not only does it require a
machine that is technically perfect
it must have an operator who
knows anatomy and pathology, and
who knows a good picture from a
bad one, and what each light and
shadow of the negative signifies.
Any organization, quack or other
wise, can now buy X-ray instru
ments. Manufacturers do not, as
a rule, inquire into the ethical char
acter of cash customers. Most all
charlatans advertise the X-ray as
part of their equipment, "operated
by an expert who is connected with
our staff of specialists."
In this way, thousands of vic
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NOTICE
North Carolina,
Macon County.
In the Superior Court
R. L. Corbin
vs
Harriett Turner Corbin
The non-resident defendant, Har
riett Turner , Corbin, will take no
tice that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in the Superior
Court of Macon County, North
Carolina, that the purpose of said
action is to have the bonds of
matrimony now existing between
the plaintiff and the defendant dis
solved on the ground of two years
separation; that the summons in
said action is returnable on the
22 day of October, 1934, and the
said defendant will further take
notice that she is required to ap
pear on the 22 day of October,
1934, before the undersigned Clerk
Superior Court and answer or de
mur to the complaint filed in this
action, or the relief demanded in
said complaint will be granted.
This 21 September, 1934.
HARLEY R. CABE,
Asst. Clerk Superior Court,
Macon County, N. C.
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NOTICE
To creditors furnishing labor or
materials to C. Y. Thomason, in
connection with North Carolina
State Highway Project No. 9666,
Macon County, take notice that on
the 21st day of September, 1934.
an action was instituted in the Su
perior Court of Macon County, en
titled as follows:
The Fidelity and Casualty Company
of New York
vs
Standard Accident Insurance
Company
which said action is an action to
recover for materials furnished for
and used by C Y. Thomason in
the construction of North Carolina
State Highway Project above desig
nated. Said action is brought under
the provisions of Consolidated Stat-
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tims are fleeced annually, out of
various sums from $5 up, fpr X-ray
pictures that are absolutely value
less, because taken by men who are
not capable diagnosticians. Most
of these fellows insist on . keeping
the X-ray pictures that are made
in their dens ; they do not want
any critics to inspect their work,
and the liability of damage suits
makes them doubly cautious.
If you, dear reader, should be so
situated that you need X-ray pic
tures for diagnosing your case, go
to a real physician, who will not
victimize you. You will be safer
to stay away from the advertising
quack who cojlects in advance, and,
refuses to give you the developed
film that you pay for.
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utes, Section 3846 (v) and all per
sons furnishing labor or materials
to C. Y. Thomason for use in said
project are permitted to intervene
in this cause within 12 months from
the beginning of said action.
THE FIDELITY AND CASUAL
TY COMPANY OF NEW YORK
Ruark & Ruark, Attorneys
Raleigh, N. C
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NOTICE OF SALE
North Carolina,
Macon Cofmty.
The undersigned, will on the 5th
day of November 1934, at the oourt
house door in the Town of Frank
lin, North Carolina, at 12 o'clock
M, sell to the highest bidder for
cash the following described tract
of land:
In Sugarfork Township, Macon
County, North Carolina, adjoining
the lands of W. M. Holland and
others, and beginning on a chest
nut on bank of road above W. M.
Holland's house, then with the me
anders of said road in Will Watts'
line; then with Will Watts' line
South E to a four touble chestnut;
then to a black oak in Govern
ment line; then with Government
line to the Beginning, containing
fifteen acres more or, less, being
a part of the T. C. Dills tract.
This sale is being made pursuant
to a power of sale given in a deed
of trust by Andrew Reed and wife,
Effie Reed to the undersigned trus
tee, to secure certain indebtedness
therein mentioned, default having
been made in the payment thereof.
This the 24th day of September,
1934.
J. FRANK RAY.
S27-4tp-018
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