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A Via -
Guy et al. )
m County, .
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I,-. i.r j
O 1 f
T. J. JOHNSTON,
, , . TTOUNET-AT-IiAAV,
Careful attention to nil business.
HENIIY G. ROBERTSON.
Attorney at Law,
PRANKLIX, MACON COUNTT, N."J.
Vlll practice in the courts of this SUte
the federal Court. Colleo
: ' tions a' Specialty - ;
Notices in Uiia column fir cents per
Una for each Issue. In regular local col
umn, tea cent per line for each Issue.
Keren word make about a line.
It ' . Tlie following MiWrlptions to j?
3 the Passs rxpire on the data's niitu.d
below. It In caruistly rcqmstrd
that eaehaiitcrlbfr renew in time
$ to not miu a nuiulwr of the (taper.
M. ti. ftitrnnnl, "
K. W. Fowler,' -.
8. H. Trnitt, ... , '
- R. A. ttaenha,
Klatu Oray, '
" Wllburn E. VrVch,
- ..Bev.O. A. Bfclley,
'. ' : : Mnr. 28. . .
' " t. VT. Murray, .
- 111 B. G, Webb, -
Tho Semi-Weekly Journal
" Franklin Press
' - AND N
One Organ Ticket
We have arrangement by which
we can ohil) witfa the Atlanta Semi-
Weekly Journal on the above
named terms from unw t ill the 5ib
of May, 1903. Now ia the time to
aubacribe before the offer mua out
FKAYVKUN, N. C.
Dring your corn to R. L. Porter's
aud get 75 cent pur bushel for it.
Scotch Gray car J board 22x28 in
lies for niouuliitg jiicture ut thv
. Poor borne are ugly and fat hor
aea are pretty Feed them on Uvrea
Hoyal 8ice and ihey will get fsit.
' Only 25o er ' jmckao at Smith'a
J)ru2 Store. i
.T.Ejfga are higher than ever before
and Myrea Puuliry Spice will make
hen lay and therefore liuike yon
more money. Try it, only 10c pack
age al Sniith'a Drug Store.
Almost anything you need in the
grocery line van te had a( Wright &
Our stok of Ladir $hoca hnve
never beeu auriiasKod in . this (m cU m
fur qimlily or jiricea. A full line of
Notion, Hut, C'iijih and Furuinliing
Ooods of Latest Style.
, ' WkIOHT & RoHlNgoM.
VTe are not in the job lot or ec
.it'l I - in nl good a lupines. We aim
f f Ve new, clean, up-to-dnte Grot
n, Mint's, Notion, eto. vIf
y'i 't, aervicable and pure
WltK.HT fc IiOIUKKOX.
las ever e'l'i.i
can ever sun
I HIT I
a. s ri . $
c ft. s a K
r ! .
I..-:U'o r'nui; :n lit: .t :0n lull. JiHil U :1 a 111.
Arrive Hi!!-!... lv 11 .-in urn and R.-Ifi pin.
I.-'nve 1 .. '..n.ftt 4:1.1 nni. and l:eOpm.
Arrivn Fninklia by 10:1.) aiu. and 7:iKI put,
Kii e vibititttr fiii'Js at the Press
Mr. N. L. D.trnard arrived home
Sturdily from Goorgin. ,
Mr. N. S. Tlmrnns njoved Fiid:iy
from town out to Mr. Leo Allm:in's
The Citiien notes the ri.ie:u;a of
Hon. Kojie Elirs in Asheyillo Vii-
Otto Love hied himself away to
Brjsoii ity the latter part of last
Atly. II. G. Rol-ertaon made two
liusines trips to Jackson county and
returned last week.' -y '
Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Jacobs, of
Wbitller, are on a ten daya visit to
relatives in thia county.
Mia. K L. lJortor went to JSanta-
hnld Saturday to see how the "Colo
nel" waa getting along.
Mr. II. G. Ti otter went to Ashe
vile Thursday on a uu;iuesa trip,
aud returned Snturday.. .
A new boy made bia nppenrrnce
at (he home of Mr. and Mrs, E.
K. Cuumugham lust evening.
, Miss Beacie Meroney returned to
hsr home in Murphy lat week after
spending several days here with Iter
sister, Mrs. K. L. Porter.
Miss Eva Amnions will leave next
Monday fur Crook, Oregon, lo spend
some lime- with ber sixter Mrs. Hou
ston who resides, at that pluco. .
. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE OAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quipine Tablets.
All druggists refund the nionny If it falls
to cure. S. . Grove aignaturo la on
each box. SiSc.
We learn tbn Mr. R. L. Porter
stocking his ranch on tipper Kaula
hala with chickens and hog, 1 and is
jroing to raise poultry and pork' bv
We regret to learn, that Mr, Dan
vf ihe Nantnhnla Company
"i Charleston on aixOunl
of the 1 1 1 -.s i ""ehiliTIa who
have hud fever. .
L Arthur Adiilngton 'came home
last Thursday j from "Birmingham
where tie had been at vork for some
time. He will return to Banning
hntn after court.
Mrs. J. H. Fouts and child ro
tu rued borne Mouday from a visit
of several weeks to her parents at
Gleuville, N. C. We are glad lo
state that she ia ruuch improved
iu health. ,
Just affer going to press last week
news leached this oft) e that County
Commissionei Geo. W. .-Pjirrih-,,SUd
Mr. Berry, Vith of. SmilbVlkidge
.'. . .
eeTiuif lit last aeek. -
.-' - . - 'r -
Pant Jones, ton of Judge Geo. A.
joms,'as httriding Saturiay. "lie
hiiJeeu conbued a Ins : room over
three months vn account of being
kicked by A hore! It may bo a long
lime before he fully recovers. '
' T -h.
A young man named Parker from
Swain county was brought lo Dr.
gyle's hospital Thursday with a bad
ly shattered fot. He had a shot
gun cooked with muzzle 'resting on
his foot and his finger on llie'lrigger,
when heaaw a rabbit and jorked up
the gun pressing the trigger at the
same time- The guu went off. So
did part of his foot.
e The Stallcnp Furniture Company
has an baud a full line of coffins and
caskets ready to fi.i all orders prompt
ly, and lis receiving a full line rl fur
niture such as Bureaus, Dresrers,
Hedfteads, Mattresses, Cbairs, Rock
er, Looking Glasses, Iron Bedsteads
with Sj ring Mattresses to umtch,
and everything for (be trade. Call
and examine goods at tbe Muuday
. Quarterly Seettur.
. The Secopd.. Quarterly Confer
ence of the Fraukliu Station will
be held April the 4lh. The Pr .
siding Elder will preach April 4th
at II a. m., and Apr. 5th, which is
Sunday, aud administer the Sac
ranicut of" the Lord's Supper. Tbe
Friday before is to be observed as
a day of fasting and prayer.
E. L. Dais, Pastor.
Disturbances of 8trikers-rre not
nearly us grave its an imlivi.lu.il dm.
older of the system. Ovei w o. k, loss
of sleep, nervous It-union will lie ful
lowed by utter colbps , tin! a rn-
I t! !e remedy is iiiimi' liu'ely em-
I I ; ' 1. There's iiolhiii- t t !;i. ient
t; tore di.s H'leis f the Liver tu
1" :.'af yi ns; I'.'.f -As si; Jlii.ter.. It's a
tvniiderfiA tritiie, and t ee; i vt; ti i
V!! o I l:i trrt'i ' it, ad nrvittl
u 1 '
ii l i i
Jut i 1
Jl .;-s I : j M id 1'i.r'er, (if Alldl'i'WS,
lias In. -ii visiting r.'! at i v.-a in tins
coin)!y for a week or ten diiys pusl.
Mr. Dud. Raveucl nr'ived from
Churlestou last evening. Ilis
family will arive iu anout two
weeks, . . ' ,- . ' -
Mr. Frank Williams, of Frank
liu, N.C., spent sevewl days nl t he
Wall House lasit.wtek. Cisyluu
Messrs. J. B. Ensley aud; Reece
Crawford, of Jacksou county, were
in town this . ; forenoon.' They are
iu th revenue service,
Mrs. Ella Bidwell and little
daughter, after a few weeks visit
to relatives hero, left tor their
home iu Raleigh Tuesday mor
Mr.F. D.Clarke.ofFliMt, Mich.,
has been iu town since Suturday.
Mr. Clarke is Ihn partner of M.r
II. G. Trotter -iu (be new locnnt
piu business to be opeued up soon,
also he is interested iu mica miu
iug in this ounty, .-
Tbe follow iug iuv'i1tioua have
beeu issued : -
,. Mrs. LiwimLj-le Dryson .
reipiests tin- honour of your rnsince
' at tliu uiarrluKo of her duugtitt'r ,
: ' . s Laura.
; Mr. Henry Greene Robertson,
on Tlinrs lay morning, A irll second,
- at eight o'l'twk,
. At Home,
Franklin, Nortli Carolina,:. ;
CASTOR I A
For Infanta aai Children.
Tin Kind Yoa Ksya A!xays l;ft
HeitrvSleele. a neirro.who mur
dered Gormau Pittmau, white,
ws hanged at Thomasville, Ga.,
lu&CFridtt.v. 4 r
"' 1 .1. X ; ,yy:
JsoV , Webb, colored, was
hsngod'it Birmingham, Ala., last
FndHy foy the murder of Pol ice-
mau Win. p. Walton last March.
IT SAVED HIS LEG. .
P. A.llai.forih of LiGrange, Ga ,
suffered for six mouths with a fright
ful running sore o:i his leg; but
write that Buckleu'a Arnica Salve
wholly cured it in five days. For
Ulcers, Wounds Piles, it's . the best
salve iu the world. Cure guaranteed.
Only 25 ' ct. Sold by ' frank' ;T;
Smith, druggist. .' , -
Thero was a wreck of train ..No.
18 from Murphy to Asheville -lust
Weduesduy night near TurnpiKe.
Two freight cars were turucd over.
Nooue was hurt. . '
.tJovernor Aycock has "appointed
John P. Krr of Asheville lo be a
director of the State peuitcutinry.
; " H - "
Governor Aycock - will deliver
the commencement address at Ox
ford Female Seminary iu May.
JOTICE TO TAX PAlt EES.
' Delinquent tay-pnyers will lake
notice that uothihg appearing but
lands out of which to make taxes,
their lands will be advertised for
taxes ou the .1st day of April.
T.TJ.IIic?loy, Sheriff, ;
Epworth League Rally.
Au Epworth League Rally Jfor
the Fraukliu Skit ion, (be Frauk
liu Circuit, Ibefacon Circuit,
and the Gleuville Circuit, will be
held iu the Methodist church here
April 3 aud 4, beginning at 9
o'clock a. m. The public iuvlted.
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys urjon the "ifrfi, dis
courages and lessens tmbilion; txauty. vigor
,.(! , . and cneerlulncss soon
tt't'") ' j disappear when Ihekid-
Vc'TTf-r) ' neys are out' of order
f ' I s- or diseased.
' Kidney trouble has
Y. become so pevalTit
Xv T that it is not in- oninmn
A A v v' ''...,, for a chili to be born
J ' 1' revs, ll the child urin-
" a es too often, if the
urine scaltu tlie f!e:.h or if. when the cmid
re i i-'t an a e w i It l he a' In
control the p;r.';;H ,. it is yot arfiicid wnh
h-d-w M i - a i
! f:: I
the o . i i'. k .: tic ; .-
c , , t I
U i to I
ti i o to a . i
k , s J t r i i t
n t j
i i n i
ins, lu.i.'... 1 1. , i
a cvr , !c f tl. : i I'.crc ::rc:
rcrson.5 who arc thia and
weak jbut not sick enough
to go to bed. -
"Chronic cases" that's
what the doctors cnll them,
which in common English
means lony sickness.'1
To stop the. continued
loss, of flesh they need
Scott's Emulsion. For the
feeling1 of weakness they
need Scott's Emulsion.
It makes new flesh and
gives new life to the weak
Scott's Emulsion gets
thin and weak persons ou$
of the rut. It makes new,
rich blood, strengthens the
nerves and gives appetite
for ordinary food. -
Scott's Emulsion can be
taken as long as sickness
lasts and do good all the
time. . .
There's " new strength
and flesh in every dose.
We will be glad
to send you a few
doses free. ...
ft mr tliat thl picture fn
thi form of a UU1 in on tht
wranrwr ft every bolU of
tniuUion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St. . ' "
Munday Brick Block
Undertaking Rooma-Up Stairs.
Furniture, made ..aud MDnired.
and kept for sale, Coflius, cas
kets, and uudnrtakiug goods of all
kinds furnishod promptly on 'de-
maud. Terms right ami reasona
Stallcup Furniture Co.
" " NOTICE. ! .
North Carolina, . ' M icon comity,
tn the Stiuoiiur Court, Spring term,
WOO. .. .;
EdaCoTfey;-') w'"'Tf j .,-
,a - 'Nlotice.
Robert Coffej' ) " ' - '
- The defentlanl above named will
take ooliee tlnrt ail action enlillud as
above has been coinmeueed against
him by the plaintiff in the Superior
court of Alaeoii cotiiity, ' for the pur
j ose of obtaining a" divorce" from de
fendant from the bonds of matrimo
ny l' aud the defendant will fiulfirr
lake notice, that he is reij iirvj to
appear at the next ter.n of tbd S ipu
r.or court- of Macon county to be
beld at'llii) court house in said ooun
ty on the 7i.fi" Moifclity, after the' 1st
Monday in Mai oil 1103, aud answer
or demur to the complaint w hich
will be tiled in the ctlile of the Clerk
of the Superior Court of Maoou Co.,
thirty days before the beginniug 'ot
Haid-teim oi court, or - relief deiiiun
dud in said complaint will be grant
ed. This March 5, 19(13. f: : .
J.KK CKAWFoliD, Clerk. ,
J. Frank Ray, Any. y
NOTICE.; 5 .
Norlb Carolina, : Macon county.
In thu Supeiior Court, '.Spring term,
loos. .' x , - : ;
Hester A. Shitlar, "i - i
- vs. " , Notice.
Robert Shular. ) . t ':- J:
. ."The defendant nbove mimed- will
'like notice ilia! an action entitled
above lias been commenced against
him by the plaintiff in the Superior
court of Maotm-oouiity, fn' the pur
pose of obtaining a divoict from de
fendant from thu bond of maiiimo
ny ; and the defendant will further
lake I otiee, that he is rnj lired to
appear at tbe next term of the Su
pcrior court of Macon county to be
held at the court tioiitein said coun
ty on the Till Monday alter the 1 .-tl
Monday in Mareh ID 'S, and aii.-wet
or demur lo the
w id be tiled in the
illipiaint w hit h
-. 0 of the Ch-rk
c.-i. it ..f ;:
art, or rel.i f
-.-.i..t uill I,.
I. ". I : J.
I t Mil
I III I- II.
: t J
. a ;
a w r
Tho Only Pcifcct Writing .r.lachino Mad;
, k . .
hi; i v
Mnchinos Bold ou easy pnymeuts to pnrtios who can furuisb
good rufercuce. -
x Send For Catalogue.
THE FITTSOUilG VHITK.G MACIIINE CO.,
208 Wood Street,-. Pittsburg, Pa. '
M a ttrtuii coot.
For Pouli ry, Rabbits,
It . ' :.'!ilit"l'. .-
&r-h r rTd4 jfeN. tMHMnnliUliUi .
Julf Ik IM x' arf afrU.llt, UW. . ..
Stronger .snrl eloper spacing then, any other maka,
Our Union Lock Hog, Field and Cattle Fence, Union Laws
Fenca Gstes, etc , guaranteed firet class.
' ' Your doaior should-handle thia line If not, write ua for
prices Catalogue free.
UNION, FENCE CO., DE KALB ILL., U. S. A.
LARCLSTANcMoSTCcKPLETEbUCGYtACTORY on EARTH WRITE fQ
Our Cdods ARe The Best- .
, Our Price the lowest
North Carolina In Hie Sup'r. ccint.
Macon county, Spting term, 1903
" "8. J. May & wire Sarah J. May
R. l'. Gelly, II, V. Maxwel', II.
I. Wjm.in, Ve'z II & Co, II. O.
Wciaell and G. A. Ilnmauy.
" NOTICE. . ' ::
To the non r sideht defendants II.
V. Maxwell, Wetzell & .Co., H. I.
Ityman, II. O. Welzelt nnd G. A.
Ramsey, lake notice, that an action
entitled as Vnbovtf- lias been com
tneneeti in the superior court of .Ma
con ctuiity in whioa action they
hnve been made parlies tlefe idant,
t.y order of the court, tho purpose of
which action is to foreclose certain
liel.s on ami contracts ynceriilntr
lands and mineral interests" situated
in said county iu w hich they have,
or claim, an Interest; ami to reform
a judgment lo which they liro, par.
lit sin said court and said defendants
will furlht.i take notice that they are
requiied to appear at Spring term
l'Jl'5, of Macon riipetior coin", which
bi'jjitis Aj.iil 'Ji'l, i:(:i3 a;i --ver or
ilentttr la the eoii'plauit - it "
li.ui, or t l.e l.diaf il' t:'
wid he .lied f.r. ':
view cf tlioOferntor all
timo. Simplest Jand strong
est construction, rapid no
tion, easy touch. Adapted
to all kiikls'of work best
for tabulating ' aud invoice
work. Universal keyboard,
removable type action, iu
Bluntly cleaned. -Treble
the life , 6f any
other machine fof good,
The .writing is
. Dtmttoaiiu thiM n......
lr freo lot of Cnrni.h P.-. 1
Thu Illustration li rtprodiKtton of onu. If jod tntaml V
tKijrlu,; now or la the Mar futura in j .
anihoneUMttoroo. Tlu-Mmlnlsturh..i.-.. .. X
The conatlluia tlm n..t .. .--I
iverilatn, mutter or u.rd lr ua. Titoy enakla 7oa , I
v iwiuta. , . ,, pianoorontaa a. u, ,
ui.i, tM,.. . ,i ,, , L- y
ttHh Am.rlcan orfatu ajw,. s, of V
l.l aiiprticlat anil liv., V,.a aakini 1
tt full Mplalna-our uilqua Oorui.lt I'la Twllltujf,,'
cc mn mi Tr.ri i
Ilila mothnj itu ram.-nrailod Itulf la iiw L '
Qnnrlrr of Million Satlnflnl Purriiaanra
wbitb or ruu, infokmatiok. aourou i
WASHINGTON, NEW JERSEY.
IyV- T nitug jf y
Orchards, Gardens, etc.
North Carolina, Macon County.
.'' In the Superior Court.
J.G.WellS V '
- The Eureka Mlii-ng Co. '
Notice of execution sale.
I5y vliiue of an execution directed
to the undersigned from the superi
or cunt of Macon county ,iir Xhove
entitled action, I will, on Monday,
thu sixth day of April, 11)08, at 12
o'clock, M., at the court house door
in said county, soll.for cash to the
highest bidder to satisfy said execu
tion, all tbe rijhi, title and interest
which the said defendant,. Eureks
Mining Co., has in the fo'lowiug du
sci ilted lunds, lo-wit: One1 tract of
land lying and being in Maoon coun
ty, N. C , and on tie waters of E 11
j iy creek, beginning in the line of
iiiilil, at a chestnut, . 24 poles frjm
the beginniiiir of said number, ami
runs 8 ( E iSu poles lo a spanibh oas,
lieing the N E corner of 11313 ; then
S oil E 40 poles to a Spanish oak;
then N (iO V t)4 pobs to a stake iu
said line; then near North 8 poles to
ti Spanish oak near' the falls ot a
branch; fheii near E with the top of
a fidgo 10-poles to a sp.inudi oak;
then to the beginning, containing 7
acres, more or less. .
AIk, all the interest and title
own. il by said defendant in thu lands
d. 'ilie.l in a deed from II. II. Kl-
innre to Knrel.it
! in l;. -'
' ' '"
.i. ' .1
To all the principal Winter
Rt sui ts, at
Very low rates. .
tHB U1T80HTS OK TUB,
'It ?m-'!eief a ft ve""-"ef t
ill) wuotUtil 0. U wutioiiiutll
iuj uuwd lUiiiyit.itl tai.tl
OFVKR MANY INDUCKMKJITB TO
: THK TOUIilST.
Some Prominent Resorts
Are St. Augustine, r.ilm Beach, Mia
ml, Jacksonville, Tampa, I'ort
"THE LAND OF THR SKY."
'And , ."Sapphlra Country." "
; TICKETS ON SALE
rjptoand including April 39, 1008,
. Hunted to return until May 81,
. 11)08.. -
Allowed at important, points.
THROUGH SLEEPING CARS
Of the highest standard between .
principal cities and resorts.
Dining Cir Service Unexcelled
Ask nearest Ticket Agent for
. v copy of "Winter' Homes in :,
X- . , a Summer Land." :
W.A.TURK, i ' ,,v
Pass. Traffiolfgr,--' "
Washington, D. C
S. II. HARDWICK,
Gent. Pass. Agent,
; Washington, D. C.
J. II. WOOD, - '
District Passenger Apt.
, . Asheville, N. C.
rrVfl1 COrVRIQHT AC
. ArtTrmit Mmrtlng tkttrh n6 rtMrrlntlon mat
qntaktr Mnertalh our o)tnkm fre wlitbr an
invention M pmbi'nly imtenUihis. ComnmnlRn
ttonuMtrtctlymitfldentljil. llundbook on Pnteotft
Mnt trm. ( Mdnni nsfliuy tor ws-utinir pntenta.
: 1'i.toiiU trtkon throuirli Munn A Ofx rwelT
tpccbU rvtitca, wHbnutyltwTtfa, in the
A hinrtooniely inntrater1 wwkty. fnr5it rh
enlaUn of any ricntiilc jnunuU. Tormi, t&
finr: four mnt.b,L Som by jll nswMfflnlcrs.
SBatCo."'- New York
aVaauta Ctaoa. t r 8L. VraabUwton, U.C. .
Saint Louis & Sanfrancisco R. R.
OFFERS to the COLONISTS
t TU At T iril Ai flA a
- 4 raiui. riiijc uu r om -
. . MEMPHIS
Jo all POINTS in , '
:-V AUKANSAS, MISSOURI, ;
1 TEXAS, INDIAN and v
' Ou the following dales,
t March 8rd fc 17th, -
April 7ih & 21st.
t - -.
- . For rates, advertising matter,
!' - And iufonnation write - v.
"' V . Atlanta, Ga.
r- --- - .--.-.-r. , . . , ... .....
North Carotins, . !, -Macon County.
In the Superior Cpurt, - Uefore the
Clurk. " " ,
- W. B. Dobson, Mrs.) W. B.yDolv
son, M. H. Smith, E. I IT Franks and
P.- Ci-'Vv'ild," executors of J. D.
Franks, pluinttffs, - , .
C. C. Smith, F. T. Smith and wife,
Virgie Smith, Cornaro Balrd, A. E.
Baird, HannaR. Baird, Aliuan R.
Balrd, Laura N. Baird, Hugh M.
B-jird, Cornaro V. Smith and . wife,
Mrs. Cornaro V. Smith, .and Zub
To the non resident defentlants,
Cornaro V. Smith ami wife, jllrs.
Cornaro V. Smith, and A. E. Baird,
above named, lake notice that an ac
tion, entitled as above has, been
commenced in the Superior court of
Macon county, the purpose of which
is to sell tbe lands for pailition of
which the plaintiffs and defendants
are tenants in common, whiuh land
is described in the petition in this
cause, and situated in Macon' coun
ty, X. C. ; and the said defendants
will further take notice that they are
required lo appear before Leo Ctaw
ford, Clerk of the Superior court of
n.in t ty, X. ('., .lit t ho .i.:n t
hull'-.' in i'l I l!ll, ( II t !,! '' I V 1 f
Apti', I' -5, ami :- - " r er ,' . r l ;
vs. Noll e c! L,
I3y virtue of Authority r '
on me the undersigned eon:,.-,' .
er, by an order of the 8upe.i"r c ,
in the above entitled cause, I wiM, ,i
the 6th day of April 19( 3, belwern ,
the hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. at
th court house dotir in Franklin,
Macon county, Nolth Carolina, ei
pose for i ale to the highest bidder
for cash, . the ' following described
lands, to-wit 1
1st Tract Beginning at a B. oak,
Fulton's corner, at the head of a
branch, runs 8 45 W 6 poles to a lo
cust, then W 48 poles t3 a chestnut,
then N 16 W 1811 poles to chest
nut, then N 26 E 83 (roles to a p
lar, then E 42 pole to a B-oak, wrX
tier of Teague 'tract, then N witk "
said tract 100 poles to a Biak, then
N 20 E lit poles to a poplar on the
west bank of Peek's creek, then S 69
E GO poles lo a forked spanisb-oak
on Bear Knob ridge, then with ail
ridge 8 20 K 80 poles to a Chestnut
oak, tlieu southernly 1 10 poles, nior
or less, to a locust, beginning corner
of Teague tract, and corner of No.
8520, then S 10 W with line ol Nu
8G20 42 poles to a B-oak, in line ol
No. 2(09, thu N.E corner of No.
851 9, then with line of No. 2099, S
25 W 140 polea toa locust 8 W i
ner of aid Number, then 8 60 E 25 '
poles to a locust, then W 80 poles tov
ilia beginning, containing . 900 acres
more or lesi." ' Tbe altovr tract coiv
taimiig the lands oonveyel to Clark
Guy by Slate Grant No. 8t19, No. - .
8520, and by deed from Wat. 1'eok
and Sbet ill's deeTw-T-saw
2d Tract-Begjanlng at acheataut
oak on x trsgoti road, corner of Kee. .
fffcr tract and rur. W 17 poke to
Henderson's line, then 8 46 4.
pols lo a ' chestnut, Gay's eoraera,
then 8 20 E41 poles to a white-oak,
Guy's aud Henderson's corner, then
N 80 E 41 poles to a hickory, then
N 73 E 88 pole to a dogwood, then v
N 80 poles to a locust, corner of J.
S. Henry tract, then N 80 W W
poles to a hickory 00 the W bank of
Crow's creek, then 8 10 W 80 poiea
to a hickory, then N 76 to the be
ginning, containing 61 acres. . , .
- 8d TractGrant No. 790T. negitf
ning on a dogwood and sourwood
runs N 75 E 80 poles to a biactfS:
then S 22 poles to a sUke in Mc
Dowell's line, then N 40 E 24 polea -:
to a hickory, then N 60 W 21 polee r ,
to a dogwood, then N 14 pole to a ' ,
chestnut, then E 40 pole to a stake,
Thos. VinsouV oorner,' thoa N 10 K
126 poles to a dogwood, then 8 73 -W
68 poles to a white oak and hicko
ry, then 8 80 W 60 poles to a stake, '
then S 45 E 40 poles to a hickory.
Henderson's corner, then S 45 W
100 poles to tbe beginning, contain
ing 48 acres, r- . , " " . V- '
4th TractLand conveyed from
Mary Weaver to Clark Goy being 80
. t - . .-it. -
atinp, khwii nt rue ruiur JIUTOW. ...
JTNo. 2830. west
of a line, beginning at a' hickory
Mary Weaver and Clark Guy's corv ' . '
ner, runs S 28 E 80 poles to a eu.
cumber, third corner of the iron
square tract, then with tbe west Una . .
of that tract S 20 E 81 poles to a
white-oak on the top of a ridge, Wo.
McCoy's comer. . ' All other lands in
Macon county, North ' Carolina, ot
whiuh Clark Gay died' seised and
possessed, of whatever kind or de
scription. " All the above described
lands iie on the waters of Peek's and
Crow's Creeks, on Sugarfork river.
Valuable for timber and minerals. .
This March 8, 1008.
y" 8.L. KiUTK r
. By virtue of the power of "afsht-t1
contained in a mortgage deed eiudu-'
led by-j, M,' Daves & wife on -tHe i
24th day of Oct. 1890,' to Sara L, ' I.
Kelly Trustee, to '. secure tbe '
roent of debt of 500 and interest
thereon, as evidenced by three bonds
of even date, therewith said - bonds -tl
ne and payable Oct, 24tb, 1900,
and default having been made in tho
payment of said debt. ' I will on
Monday the 6lh day of April ICC
between the hours of 10 a. in., and 4
p. m, at the court house door i
Franklin, Macon County, N. l' ' 'i
to the highest bidder for "catti, t
satisfy sal I debt, all of the fol'uw s
described lands to wit r Lyili; C!
being in Fraukliu Township, I'. i
county, N. C,
1st tract. All the bonis cotn ej 5
to J. M. Daves by II. T. 1" ' t t .
Lying on Teim., river. 1'
tiie S E comer of No. 3 , :., t
laiinng 112 acres, for a f j ! r i -sertption
of which refereti-''t is i
to said deed f'': I' .i's t