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'. , . (.'., I'm. 1'iVi.
. : . . - . Editor.
, ...t'r,ce at FnrokHa,
f i. mr tnnntas v Si.afl
j a s muti'aii (Wot
. 10a, . 6 cents
iorllne, - 5 eents.
",'uilied srsrv Wednesdar
good name is rather to be
chosen than great riches,
. ul loving favor rather than ail
- f rd fold. Proverha 22:1.
aa, Jeter C. Pritchard has on
t.reu mora days of senatorial
s to lire. .' ' ' '
e General Assembly has niue
re days withiu which to com.
te it work.
Cherokee couuty gets two rural
' delivery routes. Macon haa.
i iue. Good roads are required to
t rural delivery routes.
The weather for the past three
t'.ys has been remarkable for Feb
r iry. It was potilr bst".--
Cherokee Scout. . '
The weather for the uext tbree
days war remarkable for Februa
ry. It was positively cold. Ed.
Sooth Carolina will erect a fit
ting Monument at .Columbia to
ry 6f Ger(ll Wade
Hampton. r The Legist at the
Ctate baa appropriated f 20,000. to
Ee-uaed for that purpose ou con
dition that $10,000 more be raised
K suwlsftAiilSAn ''! If tnnrorl ' an1
vw mrmt virv a iiiivhi . wvuvv -a-
loved.ee Hampton was by the peo
pie of South Carolina, it is need
less to say that there is any dan
ger of the subscription not being
AKtwTenelaelBtaUea for Atlaata.
The Atlanta Journal says that
President Samuel Spencer, of the
Southern Railway company, has
sold tl.50O.000 worth of . bonds of
the Atlanta Terminal company
"aadTSo money which was realised
from the sale will be used ia the
construction of the depot. .
The- bonds was told to a trust
company iu New York, and - the
money ia now reaay ior use.
President English said that, actu
al work, oa the construction of the
new station would begin' within
thirty to sixty days. It is expec
ted that all the roads euteriug At
lanta will become joint owuers.
"How a Great City is Kept
Clau"is interestingly told iu the
J&Mgh nnbejf the : Womm$
eleven hundred miles of . street
cleaned every day by aa army of
eighteen bandrsd fien, and thou
sands of dollars are apeut annual
"llow Modern Sciemvr Proves
the Bible True',' is the title of an,
intensely interesting ' feature in
the JTomau'i Home Companion
for March. The Rev. A.T. Clay
of the' University of Pennsylva
nia sums up the researches of sci
entists aud reproduces many Baby
lonian and Assyriau documeots
which confirm much of the Old
The House of Representatives
has passed the Watts Liquor bill,
and the Sefiate is using every ex
ertion to .jMjh London bill,
that have . been poured intVhe
General Assembly indicate that
the people of the State are in deep
rrnestjfor temperance legislation.
A large, majority of the petitions.
1 1 of the beet people of the State
t e in favor of the Loudon bill.
".. hat the outcome may be is hard
to tell. , but something must be
dou ivT the people demaud it in
no tcprtain terms. '.. ; '
: . ,
Tile reseat Legislature ccrtaiu
ly enacted a piece of class legisla
tion of t! i-ukest kind a few days
r ;. Transylvania county is pro
1 ibitiou territory. " No out cau
3 -ally sell liquor as a beverage in
t' t eouuiy, or ooulinnt until the
I . ' Mature granted speoisl' privi
3 s to a favored few. There is
Z ylvaniaconoty arichcompa
;i: !kd the "Toxaway Compa
i TLi company owns a uura
' ,- , ! 9 h.otels and is composed
: f T, ."f rn cupitalists, and thia
1. s been granted tbe
i cf lulling wiues aud liq
' i to i' teste. If a maw is
V.t i!e "eating works" up
, Nnia couuty and opeus
. .. ) f r a J rii: to Bom8 thirs
i f t I 1 is a violator
i ! 7 !, ! c ' errcstej and
. : ! M ' tT
.A 1 L
iiH.l t rl'
Feb. 16. West of Cberoktein
troduced a till for the protection
of birds iu Cherokee oouuty ; also,
a bill to provide for ' compulsory
attendance on public schools in
Bill to incorporate the Bank of
Frauklin, passed final readiug iu
the House. . . " f;
" Feb, 17. A bill has been intro
duoed to authorise township trus
tees, after a vote by the people, to
levy such a tax, not exceeding
$1000 to erect a township house
in which Ihi people cau assemble
to hold public meetings, electious,
; Feb. 19. Tbe Watts Liquor
bill passed Us third reading iu tbe
House by a Tote of 71 to 38.
The bill for the revision of the
Code introduced by Davidson of
Buncombe, passed its second and.
third readings in the House. .
' The bill calls for three commis
sioners, to be selected by I tbe
General Assembly, fit a compensa
tion of $i,0o6a year for a year
and a half. . for clerical force,
$1,500 is allowed. The statutes
artT to be collected into cue vol
u me, and the cost of publ icat ion
will come within $20,000, which
by the sale of the Volumes will be
reduced to $10,000 iu all proba
bility. Feb. 2". Bill to incorporate
tbo Bank of Frauklin passed its
last readiug aud was enrolled for
;&vatio. .: ' - ...
' - Anderson ofoayntroduced a
bill to authorise Clay -oQunly to
issuo road bouds. ' ' " ,
Jarrett of Macon : A bill
ting to stock law of Macon.
Feb. 23. Section 4 to 9 of the
Revenue Bill were adopted.
: Kmsland of Haywood: : A bill
to prevent the sale of cigarettee
aud cigarette paper in North Caro
lina. . . - .
Feb. 21. Bill to abolish August
term of the Macon county court
aud to amend November term.
Substitute adopted, passed fiual
reading iu tbe Senate. -
Bill to punish : seduction- and
abduction of married women, ma
king it a felony . to elope . with
married womtu, passed fiual read,
ing in Senate.
Mr. Jarrett : A bill to author
ize a special term iu Macon,
, (The above is the record iu tbe
News and Observer.)
The Revenue Bill was taken up
in the House as Committee of tbe
Whole, and sections 1, 3 and 3
were adopted. .
Section 2 relates to the poll-tax,
$1.29 on every male between the
ages of 21 aud 60, exoept the poor
and the infirm. The proceeds of
this tax to go to education aud
support of the poor. ' , : ' '
Sec. 3 provides for ad valorem
tax of 21 ceuts for State purposes,
4 cents for pensions and 78 cents
for public schools, making a total
of 43 cents on every $100 value of
real aud personal property.
Madge Day Xaned te Saeeeed
Washington, Feb. 19. The Pre-
sideut auuounoed today the ap
pointment of Judge William R.
Day, of Ohio, to be justice of tbe
Supreme Court of the United
States, in place of Justice. Sbiras,
whose resignation takes effect ou
the 24th iurtaut.
Kid-fear Ceafereaea Eadorses '
The Mid-Year conference of tbe
Methodist church at Morganton
last week endorsed the Loudou
Bill as shown by the adoption of
the following resolution:
' Resolved, 1. That tbe mid-year
missionary meeting, representing
the Western North Carolina con
feronce of the Methodist Episco
pal church, South," now convened
iu Morgantou,. put ourselves on
record aa uncompromisingly iu
favor of the said Londou bill.
Second, that wo believe the said
billtobein barmooy with the
wishes of a very large majority of
the voters of the great church- to
which wo belong, which has in the
state of North Carolina nearly
150,000 members. Third, We
therefore urgently petition the
General Assembly to enact the
said .Loudon bill into a statute
law for toe whole commouwealtb
of North Carolina.
Escaped An Awful
Mr. II. Uapgliis of ru'elbourne,
t la , writes, "My doctor told me 1
had Consumption and nothing could
lie done forme. I was given up to
die. Tbe Hr of a free tri.tl bottle
of Dr. Kin',;' New l;overy" for
t'.-niwin-j.!' ' ' ' ' 1 t y U.
:. -. I !) 1 fW
1 " ! 1 e-o
i i.aj I ... -
A ciJ to i' jTittjfS-Dwpatth
fr "cIJoa, e s:
Get; ml M. V. i'.ausora sold ho.e
today 1,200 bales of cotton for 9
ceuts all round, aud received
therefor a nice little chuck for
Geueral Ransom is devoted
farm life, aud since his retiremeut '
from the Uuited States Senate Lei
baS given much of his time aud j
attention to . farming. His sous
are also devoted to agricultural
pursuits.. Some years g6, wb'eu:
he took one of his sous to WbkU
ingtou to act as his private secre
(ary, the boy soon tired of the
utitter of . WashuiKtou life and !
; - .
Pegged bis father to allow him to
returu to his farm in Nvrihunip
Geueral Rausom, now well ad
vanced iu years, still retains his
power as an orator, aud coutiuues
to lake mubh iuterest in affairs of
State aud uatiou. He will, farm
ou n larger scale agaiu this year,
aud will ruu about two huudred
and fifty plows. .
ASUET1LLE TO BEBADE A HIST;
:uss fos rumcE.
(Spedkl te The Clttiea.)
Washington, D. C. Feb.20.
Information of particular iuterest
to Ahevilly baa been obtaiued
the postofSce department'-'"
atatod that the posttr
few hioutb "
Jiin the state
. : . v
c ' f rarta VakMwa.
Special f" CIMaaa.
MarV"i N. Ceb. 21. Es
ShTtr&jjlMfl& Uichola left the
renHnoobtyJ" eek for parts un
kuowu. It has leaked out that be
ia shorl in his accouuta with Mc
Dowell county to the amount of
four orfive thousand dollars.
' BOaiClDB IB EAIXIHH.
flpeclal to the OatrMe. -
Raleigh, N. C, Feb. 21. Ernest
Haywood, a lawyer, shot aud
killed Ludlow Bk inner, a cotton
broker, iu frout of the postoRioe
this afternoon.: Haywood gave op
his pistol aud surrendered to a
deputy sheriff on tbe spot," Skin
ner received two shots in the back
and died iustautly.
The murder gives publicity to
a scandal affecting several of the
most prominent families of Bal
eigta..-.- V :.
fill feraCoitea UaadkereaM.
Dallas, Feb. 20. Mrs.Caloway,
one of tbe directors of the Dallas
Free ' ' Kindergarten association,
has written a letter to Mrs. Roose
velt thanking ber for the hand
kerchief donated by her to be sold
for the benefit oUbe kindergarten
bnildiug fund. The letter states
that $121 was realised from tbe
sale of the , handkerchief, and it
netted more than auy other con
tribution. " ' " -
line Cklldrea Xltlea aa Maay Ia '
Jared ta frlfktral Aeeldeat at
; Kewark. i Ji:,:,
Newark, N.J, Feb. 19. A train
ou tbe Delaware, Lackawana and
Weateru railroad running at a full
speed crashed iuto a trolley car
loaded with pupils on tbeir way
to tbe high school this tuorniug.
Niue childreu were killed. At
least fifteen were iujured, some so
badly that it is feared : they , will
die. ' ' :
Baanth " ; yflta in Yw Haw Hum taps'
The Btsaaier Olive Kaak.
(Special to Ncwa and Ouaerrer .
The steamer Olive, while ou ber
regular run between Frauklin, Va.
and Edentou, N. C. Wheu near
Holley's Wharf, about twenty
miles from Edentou, at nine
o'clock last night, was struck by a;
terrific southwest cyclone aud
weut to the bottom. Fifteen lives
were lost, the majority of whom
were colored passengers aud ,mew
betjri of the crew.
Tbe appropriations, asked for
by tbe present legislature amount
to $1,471,909.00. Tbe appropria
tions made by tbe last legislature
amounted to $1,134,C21.C2. The
increase asked for ever two years
ago, amounts tp $337,37
- CerteSyoa iryufcl.
.Washington, Feb. 13. Tie j i.ni
dent sent tbe following ison.u i
tiou to the senate.
Georo B. Cortc'vou, of Toy
Yoik, to be e crvt y of c ..,
JOSKrH APniaON (lrn ten, died IT) won place
In Kugliah literature aa a, mniitnr ef iityle. Ilia keut
known workH are hl proxe contrlbntioTia to the Tutler
and tlie Siocttr and his tragedy "Cato," from wlilch
th (ollowlrir . la taken. Calo wna a Konian'
atatraman. j-bll.wophi'. and irenernl, bora K D. C, who
aided with 1'ompey axalnat Our. Upon the death ot
the former In B. C. Cuto committed aulclde.
HT must be to Ptato, tltou rennoneiit well!
Else wbenee tbla plrtmluR hope, till fouil desire,
This lonctuK after Inimortnlltjr?
Or wbenre tills Kecret (liend, and Inward horror .
Of fallioe into naught? . Why alu-lnks tlfe eoul
Back on herself, aud startle at destruction? ' - '
'Tli the divinity that mlra wttUlii ui; - '
"Fla heaven Itaeif, that poluts out a hereafter, .
And lutluiates eternity to iuau.
Kternttj! thou pleating, dreadful thought) '
Through what' variety of untried being-,
Through what now scenes and changes, niuot ire paMl.
The wide, tbe unbounded proapect Ilea before me;
But shadow, rtoudu. Bud darkueM rest upon It.'
Her will 1 hold. If there's n Tower above ua
(And that there Is, all Nature cries aloud
Through all her work), he must delight In virtue; '
And that which be dellglits tu must be happy. ;
Put when? or where? This world was made for Caesar.
I'm weary of, conjecture this must end thein.
(Laylns hi baud on bla sword.)
Thus 1 am doubly armed; my death and life,
My bane and antidote, are betb before me.
Tbts In a moment brings me to an end; , -
But this Inform me I sbnll. never die.
The aouL secured in her existence, mlle
At the drawn dagger, and deUea Its point. " "
The star (hall fade away, the sun himself .
O.iw dim with age, and Nature sink In years; r
PiC,Vu shalt flourish In Immortal youth,
amid the war of element.
-y of matter, aud the crweb of worlds.
. . aMMMSllMlarMal
' BARNSTABLE'S .PLAN.
Jk ;:.:-..r:y;::.-:-. ; ,
CAPC COO TOWN SOLVES THf 9OO0
: ROADS PROBLEM. ; v ' ,
WIM BaM STSeoe M SM Mm4
la a Tail af Tkra Tara DM
riie ! Ima Aaaial Paaiata
-A matter of vital Importance to the
reatdent of Cape Cod and one which la
at present holding th attentlco- of tbe
tax(iyr la many towns Is good roada.
Tbevt la perhaps no acctlon of tbe state
What tb natural condition for the
eooatructtea ef roada are a poor as on
the tape, says tbe Boston Globe,"; For
year experiment have beea conducted
along one Ima'or another looking to
ward the building of roads-and their
mnmtehanee, but little success wa ob
tained until tbe state came to tbe tea
cue and began the cooatroctlou of tbe
tat highway, so called.
Tbe method of roadbulMlug as em
ployed by (hose who began the eoD
trocttou of th atate highway on tbe
cope wa Taatly different from that
ever before tried in this region, and the
work wa viewed with the keenest In
terest by tbe old roadbullder and high
way surveyor. While the cootrlbo
tiou a received from tbe atate each year
helped materially to put the road on
tbe cape. In excellent . condition, the
proce wa necessarily slow, and year'
would have to.etapse before' such roada
could predominate. , 'V
Most of tb towns on the cape did net
feel that they were able to expend tb
vast auma that would be required to
build stone road, aad they -continued
to appropriate tbe usual amount each
year a la times part, wblcb barely
kept the old roada la condition. , By
tbe old method of soaking' appropria
tions for roada as employed by tbe
towns on tb cape little or no progress
was mad in tb construct Ion of new
reads,'- and matter were not getting
any better, while tbe demand for good
reads were increasing each year.
To build atone road required the out
lay of large turns of money, which
most of the towns felt they could not
afford without Increasing the tat rat
to such a flgnr that It would deter per
sona wbe might wish to take up a res
Idenes oa the cape from coming hither,
The resident of the cape agreed that
to promote a healthy financial growth
of . their respective town good roada
mwit be built
: Prosperity follow good roada. and
the Improved financial condition In all
town where good roods prevail can be
traced directly to excellent roads. The
resident of the cape likewise agreed
that the time had come for a radical
change la th method of roadbulldtng
and tbelr maintenance, end plan for
th construction of atone road and for
the payment of th debt which would
be Incurred thereby were1 discussed
from on end of tbe cape to the other.
While the various towns were delib
erating over tb methods they ,woulc'
employ to build stone road and were
formulating plana for tbe payment of
the debt that would thereby he In
curred Captain Thomas ratterson of
Barnstable, who for year had been
making a study of stone rood, tbelr
Construction, etc., presented a plan to
his tows which solved the problem, for
that town atleaet, and seems likely to
be adopted by other towns on tb cape.
Ia submitting hi plan Captain rat
terson, to use, hi own word, aald.
"The thought that wa uppermost la
my mind wa that of not raisin tbe
tax rate and also that the burden of
liquidating the debt should be shared
by those who will enjoy and be mate
rially benefited by the adopt mo of th
modern and progreaHlv policy!. ,
The plan presented by Captain Pat-,
terson and which the town adopted was
that of expending $75,000 on stone
roada in a term of three years and tbe
debt to be paid In seven annual pay
ments of 17,500, the liquidation begin
ning In Ym and ending In 1010. Of
tbe total amount to be expended on
stone roads I iO.000 would be spent the
Brut yesr, $2.S00 the second and like
amount the third year. The sum raised
ty t"tfltinn C"eb yesr wmtld he 113 QifO.
The plmi wlneh Captiilu Pattermm
ywve to I iimi'-'iil ( u put In opera
tun Insit yefr aint Ims winked to the
; l 'i f all Umi n mU
t e i t r , t e o i a i' 1 tun el
I !1 V
town, and ere
:1 te covered
: . 1 . f
t t i i 1 in t
r 1 i -
ft ' 1 "f -T
' ( ) 'lit
djUhhrM, Xldaer and tUi
kt troabiaacat-aad fry urie add
ia th aystetn. It cores by
ctsaaaug aad vit-.IWnf th
blood, tha rnnoTing th cause
of disess. . It gives vigor and
ton aad builds up th health
aad strength of th patient
while using the remedy.
URJCSOL is a Inmlsary la
the medical world. It haa cured
aid will continu to cure mors
of tb above disease than all
other knows remedies, msay ot
which do more harm than good.
This great and thoronghlytested
and endorsed California Kemedy
arrer disappoint It care in
fallibly if taken aa directed.
Try it aad he convinced that
it ia a wondar and a blessing to
Pric JLOOper bottle, or tot.
fiend ttamp for book of paitle
ulara and wonderful cores. If
ndrarglst cannot supply you
ill be sent, prepaid, upon
receipt of price. Address t .
VtXSOL CSiaJCAl CSL Ln Aai-las, caL-
IaSub a simrw wu ea..
lattice Bairas Besigas. -
Wssbington, Feb, 18. Justice
Shirss of tbe United States Su
preme court today ; presented to
tbe President bis -resiftuatiou as a
member of that tribunal to tale
effect February 24. Former Sec
retary of State Wm. B Day . of
Ohio haa beeu selected as tbe sue
cesser of Mr. Sbiras.
- BILL A CANDIDATE.
Iudiauapolis, Feb."- 21. -Ex-Mayor
Taggart of ilndianapolis
aunouueed today that Hill of New
York will be a candidate for the
presidency aud tbat Indiana will
send a Hill delegstiou to the na
tional couveution. . ' , ,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Bears the 'Tr Sfff 7"
8igaatvs of CfiritfttusuJuAi
Ball Refused Tilmaa.
Columbia. S. C,Feh. 19, Chief
Justice Pope today refused to ad
roit J. If. Tillman, the slayer of
GousaleS, to bail saying be could
not consistently do oiherwise and
respect his oath of vfttfr. Till-
mau was much disappointed. He
was so sure he wo jld be released
that he had made all preparations
to jQ.ive jail.
Oscar D. Blake made affi Javit
that he heard Tillmau eny pome
thrbe weeks before the shooting,
while iu a smoking car oil the way
to Columbia, that be was goiug to
whip or kill Gouzulea.' Blncktold
TillniHU not to kill him, but to
wLiplnm ami Tillman replied,
"i'y Cod, I'll kill him;"
Kidney a" J C!a Ivlor Di.
"y 'i I I y ai
t (' 'i
Perfect nail Peerless '
1 1 ill
Usui S tAwrm bxu oi., uttm. u. V
m - SsMfeaUag Aaana. '
Tlio Hind You Ilavo Always
iu use for over SO years,
fyflf-f-rf' . sonal snpcrvlslon e!nco Its Infancy.
3j JUsUte Allow no one to deceive yon in tills.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and M Just-as-gootl" are bat
Kxperlmonts thnt trlflo wl M aud endangrer the heaitli of
Infants and Children Ii.pcilejuc0 Against Experiments '
What is CASTORIA
Castorla Is a harmless sabstltnto for Castor Oil, Pare
gorlc, Drops aud SootUiaff Syrups. It la Pleasant. It '
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other KarcotiO
substance Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys 'Worms --
and allays Fevcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind -'
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
i and Flatulency. It aswluillates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy nud natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
CEflUiriE CASTORIA AUYAYO
The Kind You Have Always Bought
- In Use For Over 30 Years.
sKStTAUN 0MMaV. VT taTHflCVt NfTW VBSsat taF
i; : - -. - '
555 I itiai. n..r.i:.
LasW aT-m S aTa Si U
Grand Sweeping Low Prfv
mmii robihsoh's store.
East Main Street,
Everything In the house at
if make room for our Spring Goods. They are now arriving 5 J
I Wand ii'i mnn w want to dimilav them. .
Iff - "
fiehhel goods for
WRIGHT A ROBINSON'S STORE. '
. NEWS BRIEFS. - -
Harrjsburg depot, six miles
from Ccnoord, N. C, was burned
Wednesday morning. A gasoleue
Stove was tbe cause of tbe fire.
' The next convention of the
Youug Men's Christian Associa
tions of North Csroliua meets at
Winston Salem, March 7th to 10th.
,'.'."'-: :- . I
Mr, Perk i us, one of the editors
aud proprietors of the Greensbo
ro Telegram, bss sold bis interest
to bis partner, Mr. R. W.Haywood
and tbe Telegram will be chau'gjd
to a morning paper.
' -. . :' '
v A nepro minister is pushing
bis application for the position of
chaplain of the Uuited Sta res sen
ate to succeed the blind ubite
Diiuister who has resigud.
"Suit ha l'efii entered against
tlm Southern Railway at Lexing
ton, N.C., for the 'sum of 123,000
damages by W. A. Phili p?, ad
ministrator of tbe late A. B. Car
rick, who wna killed while actirg
aa Irak ma i) Sfveral dy ago.
Af-!ipvi!! will have a li ? rimi-i-
ciil I r-1 i v it ! , Tu ) l.;y ." i y ":h
Bought, and which Las been,
has borne the stnatnro of
and has been niado under his per ,
- ' - hi
r o;n I aaS
Place to Obtain
FRANKLIN, N. C.it!
lowert cash prices. W muet S '
$11 ihe Jpeopk;
The unflt twinned having qunliBed
as AdroiiiisirHtorjof Eiixabeih Buck
ner,all pereoiia having claims against
her estate are bereiiy notified to pre
sent the same, or this notice will he
pleaded in but of the same. This
ub.28,1908. J. B. Jcftick, '
Having qualified aa adioiiiiatralor
on the estate of Murk Talley on the
SOlh day of Jan. uolioe is here
by given to all persona indebted to
the estate of tbe said Mark Talley
to make immediate payment and set
tlement : All persons having claims
ag.iiiii-t said estate will present them
d'f pny mem on or l efore the 25th
day ff Feb. 19U4 t r this notice will
be pU'ad in har of their recovery.
Tnit. 25i Inlay of Feb. 1903.
, -O. W. Hats, Aduir,'
Mark Talley, Deed.
Highlands, N. C,
1 i ; M !'i i'.;ii"l as
on ilic cHtaie of Juliii
' t ii I v on the
3:) if J in. I '.
imiit'i1 Is l,i-r.'lv
uivni ( a:l i on in,
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Andrew CL Andrews, Jan 81 Feb 1
Rol binsvllle Cl. RobbinsviMe "78
. . J. A. Cook, P. E.
. - . NOTICE.
North Carolina, ; v; Macon County.
Superior Court, ,- Before the Clerk.
Barrett H. Fleming, Bertha II.
Piercing, Barney H, Pleming, Hat
tie II. Pleming, Belle H. Gober and
J. R. Got.er: VS. ti;.-0fi
Basil II. Ph-ming and Bediford H.
Fleming. ' " ; .
NTJTICI. ' ,
The non-resident dt fendanta, Ba
sil H. Pleminga and Bediford II..
Pleutlngs 'above named will lake no
tice that an notion enritled aa above .
hasbeen oommencdin the superior
court of Macon county,' N. C, . the
purpose of which is to sell the im
of which pluintiffs and defendants
are tennnu-iii-cominn, aa keirs at
law of William P. riimiii;s for par
tition among said lieira. Said land
being described in the petition in:
' , And the said df feiidants will fur-
ther take notice that they are re
quired to appear before I.ee Craw
ford Clerk of lha Superior court of
Macon (kin nly on the 13l.li day of
March 19 and answer or demur to
the complaint III this action, or , the
plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief dtmanded in said com
plaint. This Jan. 20, 1003.
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