North Carolina Newspapers

    THURSDAY, JUNE 27, MS
THE FRANKLIN PRESS ana THE HIGHLANDS MACON IAN
PAGE FIVE
LEGAL ADVERTISING
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
ESTATE
North Carolina,
Macon County.
Under and by virtue of the pow
er and authority contained in that
certain deed of trust executed by
James H. Vinson, to the undersign
ed trustee, which said deed of trust
is dated January 1. 1934. and re
corded in Book 32, at page 571, of
the Macon County Registry, de
fault having been' made in, the pay
ment of the indebtedness thereby
secured and in the conditions there
in secured, the undersigned trustee,
will on Monday, July 1, 1935, at
or abbu 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 one hun
dred and seventy (17) acres, to be
the same more or less, situate, ly
ing and being on the Tessenta
Road, about two and one-half
(2y2) miles almost East from the!
town Of Otto, in Smith Bridge
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. N.
Sloan, Surveyor, in March 1926, and
attached to the abstract now on
file with the Atlantic Joint Stock
Land Bank of Raleigh, the same
being bounded on the North by
the lands of the United States Gov
ernment and M. B. Norton; on the
East by the lands of M. B. Norton
and W. H. Patterson; on the
South by the lands of S. C. Conley;
and on the West by the lands of
S. C Conley, and being the identi
cal tract of land conveyed by deed
from the Central Loan and Trust
Company, a corporation, to J. T.
Vinson,. by deed dated 22nd day of
October 1924, which said deed is
duly recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds for Macon Coun
ty, State of North Carolina, in
book of deeds J-4, at page 3n9, to
which reference is made for a
more complete description of the
same.
Terms of sale cash and trustee
will require deposit of 10 of the
amount of the bid as his evidence
of good faith.
This the 31st, day of May, 1935.
JOSEPH L. COCKERHAM,
Trustee.
Robert Weinstein, Attorney,
Raleigh, N. C.
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THE BETHANY SISTERS
THEY lived a little way out of
Jerusalem in a sheltered su
burban home , which Jesus loved to
visit for refreshment and rest. One
of them, Martha, was the practical
housekeeper; the
other, Mary, had
the soul of a dream
er and the -eyes of
faith.
Martha was not
lacking in , faith.
Hers was one of
the most beautiful
of all confessions.
I Jesus asked her if
she believed in a
doctrine, and she
said, "Yes, Lord ;
that is to say, I
u.i: :
uciicvc ui yvu.
(John 11:27.) As for the theology
of it, she was bewildered. Her
ail
Bruce Barton
Jesus, and wiped his feet with
her hair: and the house was
filled with the odour of the
ointment
Then said one of his disciples,
Judas Iscariot, Simon's son,
which should betray him,
Why was not this ointment
' sold for three hundred pence,
and given to the poor?
Then said Jesus, Let . her
alone: against the day of my
burying hath she kept this.
For the poor always ye have
with you; but me ye have not
always. B
Her love was prophetic. She
had no inside knowledge of the
plots to kill Jesus. She simply
had apprehension of coming evil
and she knew that the time to do
the beautiful thing is now, "against
my burial."
Much of our extravagance at
funerals is horrible, not because of
BEAR AND HUNTER FIGHT
GRIM BATTLE TO DEATH
KELSO, Wash. The isolated
Barinof island, Alaska, was the
stage for a grim tragedy discovered
by Curtis Barber of Kelso, em
ployee of a United States govern
ment surveying crew on the island.
Barber came upon the skeletons
of a giant Kodiak bear and a hunt
er. Apparently the bear had been
fatally wounded by the man. The
skeletons evidently had lain be
neath a dense forest for many
years. No one could identify the
hunter.
More Ropa Needed
They, who talk much," said Hi
Ho, the sage of Chinatown, "need
not be contradicted. Eventually
they will contradict themselves."
hmttwr wac HpaH ihe nin tint see . .
7' " r Tithe waste, tor love demands an
any way out of that sorrow, but I ion ond the caicuiati0n
she beheved in Jesus, and Hc ac-! econom because it
cepted that faith at its full value. mock$ the penuriousness o At
Millions, oi pcupic ww iwa- th.t uve mne h,fnri, Marv
to read , . . .: l. A -,.,-
plexed by the creeds ought
the story of Martha and be com
forted. But Mary's was the inventive
knew that the time to be extrava
gant is when love can express itself
in an appeal to life and not in a
costlv and useless libation after
love that knew how to do the un-1 death. So she made her gift of
usual thing and do it beautifully
Then Jesus six days before
the Passover came to Bethany,
where Lazarus was which had
been dead, whom he raised from
the dead.
There they made him a sup
per; and Martha served: but
Lazarus was one of them that
sat at the table with him.
Then took Mary a pound of
ointment of spikenard, very
costly, and anointed the feet of
three hundred pence, and Jesus
said:
Verily I say unto you, Where
soever this gospel shall be
preached in the whole world,
there shall also this, that this
woman hath done, be told for
a memorial of her.
He never said that of the deed
of any man.
(Next week: The Woman of Sa
maria) 4 Copyright, Bobbs-Merrill Co.
NOTICE OF SALE
North Carolina,
Macon County.
J. M. Keener
vs
C. E. Crisp and J. B. Bryson
Under and by virtue of an execu
tion issued to the undersigned by
the Clerk of the Superior Court of
Macon County in the above en
titled case, I will on the 1st day of
July, 1935, at 12 o'clock M. at the
Courthouse door of said County,
sell to the highest bidder for cash
to satisfy said execution, the fol
lowing described real estate to-wit:
In Ellijay Township, Macon Coun
ty, North Carolina, and bounded
on the North by the lands of C. B.
Bryson; on the South by the lands
of J. T. Bryson; and on the East
and the West by the lands of the
same parties.
This the 31st day of May, 1935.
A. B. SLAGLE,
Sheriff of Macon County.
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THE FAMILY
normp
JOHN JOSEPH GAINES, Mu
HARDENED ARTERIES I He drank no alcoholics, used no to-
Normal arteries are soft, elastic bacco, had absolutely no dissipa-
mt cfuvnciv tr pvcrv imoulse tions. He was unmarried. lie
responsive
whether of food, drink, emotion or
toxin. It is amazing, when we
think of these wonderful channels,
which vary in diameter from per
haps one inch down to a caliber
smaller than a hair, working every
second that we live, night and day,
and on which our very lives de
pend. It is no less than disaster when
arteries become hardened from any
cause, though few people who live
long escape some degree of "arterio
sclerosis." It is somewhat natural
in the aged.
I saw a man of most exemplary
habits all his life, achieve his octo-
generian degree and pass it, whose
arteries seemed as hard as sticks.
He didn't die of hardened arteries.
LEGAL ADVERTISING
ENTRY NOTICE
State of North Carolina,
Macon Cajanty.
Entry No. 15,013
R. L. Russell enters and claims
Ten (10) acres more or less. In
Nantahala township hear the mouth
of Choga Creek, Macon County,
N. C, described as follows:
Beginning on a black gum, be'
ginning corner R. L. Russell land;
then south with his line to the
Nantahala Light and Power Co.'s
line; then with said line to Gov
ernment line; then with Govern
ment line so as to include all va
cant land in Said boundary.
Entered, this May 29, 193$,
ALEX MOORE, Entry Taker
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NOTICE
Is hereby given that application
will be made for parole of R. L.
Mashburn, he having served one-
mrs. e. a. mashburn;
Mother.
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ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE
Having qualified as administra
trix of Henry A. Hall, deceased,
late of Macon County, N. G, this
is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the un-
never weighed over 130, and ac
tually worked at quarrying build
ins stone at 75 and even older.
Alcohol and tobacco are credited
with causing hardened arteries
Your family doctor is the only
man within your reach, who can
tell you accurately of your con
dition and guide you safely. Here
I want to say: Every adult man
and woman should go to the doctor
for a thorough looking over, at
least twice a year. Have it done
most particularly. You might as
well not go at all if the visit gets
only a handshake and a smiling as
surance from the physician that
you are "all right and fit as a
fiddle."
If you wait until many arteries
are hardened, it is very doubtful
if you can expect relief approach
ing cure. The way to deal with
a condition that is essentially
chronic is to nip it in the bud if
possible. I feel that this letter is
worth while.
Dice Long in Use
dersigned on or before the 25th dhy rkyd f w and nQ natkm in
of May, 1936, or this notice will be
plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate settlement.
This 25th day of May, 1935.
BUNIA VESTIA HALL,
Administratrix.
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Doctor's Prescription
which some form of dice has not
been used. They are pictured on
earlv EevDtian monuments. Those
excavated at Thebes are almost
identical with the ones in use to
day. Their use is attested by laws
regulating the games played with
them in ancient Greece and Rome
as well as in most later European
countries. The invention of dice
is attributed to Palamedes, who
lived about 1244 B. C, but the use
of cubes with numbered sides for
gambling purposes is probably
much older.
NURITO. Absolutely sals. No opiate, aa
narcotic.. Doe. the work ieUy-and
mnat relieve your pah) ta ate minutes or
Use NURITO today.
Salary of U. S. Aattkaa
It is provided in the Constitution
that the compensation of justices of
the United States cannot be re
duced during their term of office
which, since it is during good be
havior, is the same as life. This
does not apply to retired pay. A
retired Supreme court justice ordi
narily draws full pay, $20,000 an
nually.
FARMERS SUPPLY CO.
COFFEE Best ... Peck, 98c Lb. 15c
FLOUR 24'i, 85c Better Grade 98c
SUGAR Sy2c lb. RICE ... Sy2c lb.
Oatmeal 10c Corn Flake..2 for 15c
WHEAT HEARTS, Large Package f13c
Graham Flour. ..5c lb. Peaches, 43-ozcanl5c
RAISINS, Seedless lb. boxes 8c 3 for 25c
Cocoa 6 oz 6c 8 oz 10c 16 oz 15c 32 oz 24c
Snuff, 20c box 18c 3 10c boxes for 25c
Smoking Tobacco, 3 10c bags 25c
Prince Albert
.2 for 25c
High Grade SPECIAL TRUCK GUANO
All Lime Filler
SEEDS OF ALL KINDS
We Thank You
This is
money
for
future
delivery
V
fltONEY to buy a home start a business
es 0 L provide a retirement income pay off a mort
gage secure an education pay bills. It it
money to use for any of the things you would like
to do and have.
Life Insurance is a meant of obtaining money by making
regular premium deposits, these deposit being smaller than the
legal interest rate charged on the same amount of borrowed
money, and guaranteed to be delivered at a definite future date.
Toil is a true definition of Life Insurance.
How much money do yon want? When do yoc want it?
I SfOWeK
w w . i en
ED. J. CARPENTER
Agent
FRANKLIN, N. C.
Jefferson Standard
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
u Julian Price, President
Greensboro, N. C
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on the SOUTHERN Wfg
AfareJbr every purse... mtm
ONE WAY and ROUND TRIP COACH TICKETS
for Each Mile Traveled
ROUND TRIP TICKETS Return Limit IS Day
for Each Mile Traveled
ROUND TRIP TICKETS Return Limit 6 Moatfai
for Each Mile Traveled
ONE WAY TICKETS
for Each Mile Traveled
Good in Sleeping and Parlor Can on payment of
proper charges for space occupied. No surcharge.
Economise by leaving your Automobile at home ani
using the Southern
Excellent Dining Car Service
Be Comfortable in the Safety of Train Travel
R. H. DEBUTTS, ASST. GEN. PASSENGER AGT.
Southern Railway System
    

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