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. C, Ant. I, 1.
, I la, -
I ;i :i)i.
t (lie iof-oi!'.i'C at Fin .!
r t' -. in-. .1011 through
cm-.m Mini tor.
y triva months
v tic monlii
(.optus, - .
.ion, per line, -
ruhliNlied every Wednesday
p:im newer not a fool according to
(ty bis folJy, lest thou also be
like unto him. Proverbs 20:4.
The Concord Tim g whose edi
tor is Secretary and Treasurer of
the N. C. .Press Association soys:
'it was decided to hold tbft cou-
veution at the Seashore Hotel at j
Wrightsville, and it is probable j
ihat the date will be July I aud
We learn from last week's Clny.
ton Tribune tbat the rinttllpox is
at Clayton and Rnbuur Gap. The
J'.lus Ridge hotel in Clayton, aud
the families of L. T. Mitchell, H.
A. Koeuer, Robt. Philips and
'Bead'1 Dillard have beeu quarau-Tlnedj-.
The prohibition people of North
Caruliua are couimeuciug their
work In cool euruest. They re
gard the passing of the Watts act
ouly as a begiuning,and they will
carry the work forward to accom
plish greater results. A great An
Jvferiooir S'tlisonveutiou has
been called to met Ml July 7th.
Steps are being taken to Blurt aj
temperance paper. 1
The Legislative edition of the
News aud Observer, issued Sunday
March 22, failed to reach Ibis of
fice in time to be uoticrd in last
week's issue of The Pkess, ou ac
count of the detention of the mails.
The edition uombers 40 pages, and
has portraits of all the members
of the legislature, with life sketch
es, and much valuable history of
the session of the General Assem
bly, . The paper was a grand aud
lulerastiug work, the result of great
enterprise aud correct judgment.
It is our purpose to publish a
number of the sketches of mem
bera of the Legislature who are
our near neighbors as soon as we
can find space for them.
Bntht yTt Kind Vw Haw HlMp BangW
, : 'A The Kind You Haw Alwars 1
A Mississippi Levee Breaks.
'Greenville, Miss., March 27. A
volume of water 16 feet' deep and
over six hundred feel in length is
pouring steadily through a crevasse
i.n;"kgyi fivejuiles jan.th..b -'L
and u floomnjr thousand ot aoi s 0.-.
the finest fanning lands in the cele
braled Yatoo delta, regarded by
many to lie the moot fertile soil iu
Robbed The Grave.
A startling incident, is narrated
by John Uliver ot V nilatleiuuia, as
follows: ul was in an awful condl
lion. My skin w'aa almost yellow,
eyes sunken, tongue coaled, imiu
continually iu Lack and sides, no -
j'etile, growing we:iker dHy by day.
I'bree pliysicituis had given me up.
Then-1 was advised to use Electric
filters; to my great joy, tho fimt
Wttle nirnle a decided improvement.
I continued their ue for three weeks
and am now well . man. I know
they robbed the grave of another
victiinVoiirlioiild.Jail to try
i'rrni. Only 50 cents, guaranteed,
at Frank T. Smith's drug store.
Br. Friieaard ippotsted Judge.
Washington, March 27. Justice
(Inlmiigh, of the Supreme court of
iht District of Columbia, baa been
(-pointed chief justice' of that courl
to succeed Judge Bingham, retired.
Former Senator I'ritchard of North
Carolina will be appointed to fill the
t nnoy created by Justice Club.
The retirement of Chief Justice
I ! ! ;;') am . and the appointment of
; ,-. r Senator Fntchard will tak
-ot April 30 neat. -
Lyle Kank Mine to Be Reopened.
T!r. Thorons Sherk, Vioe Prpsi.
! end General Munager of The
i'.itii Development CoM ' with
(triers in Detroit, Mich.,
. i "u here several days, and we
-1 from him that one of (be
1 viics ui contemplation to be
(h1 is the Lyle Knob Mien
!. Mr. Sherk is also one of
r'tiiors in the proposed now
t pin factory to be started
1 ou East Main Street. M.'s
i Trotter and Clarke aro the oth
' 1 'tibers of the firm.
'IVt i;te Waits Law. '
! ' i.ry Tim Li ji-s Lp
a t'....;.!!cr 111 1'nwati
in t quit buiiTHS or
i luis tli ti'n.niK; I t
'.o Ft ;i rn! (-(."rt ' to
'r.tioniility if t'if
I" bv brav (Vf!,
4nul bitrriM have amr litem wet!;
I of K'oud Oorfff Nmiver
ISow the Uie wlU tell.
In California mountain
A hunter bold iu he;
Keen his eye and sure hie aim
,;. A any you should see, ,
A little Indian boy
Followed him everywhere.
Eager to share the hunter' )oy,
The hunter' meal to share.
And when the bird or deer
Fell by the hunter aklll. ' ;
The boy waa mlwaya near
To help with right food-will
One day as through the cleft
Betwoen two mountain! steep.
Shut in both rlht and left.
Their queallnt way they keep.
They aee two ftrlaaiy bear.
With hunter flare and fell,
Ruah at them unawares
Klfht down the narrow doll.
The boy turned round with icraama.
And ran with terror wild;
On of the pair of aavaita beaata
Fumed the ahrleaina child.
Th hunter railed hi gun,
He know on charge waa all.
And through th boy puraulng f
H ent hi only ball.
Kicks Oat the f Ig-arette.
Ma.lison, Wis , ' March 26. The
Anti-Cigarette Bill was paxaed in the
Assembly today without a word of
ddbate. It imihibiu the mannfae-
Vtrfeof XTtaJe of cignroites or eigar
ette paper and talus effect July 1
next. .' v
A Thoughtful Man. "
. M. M. Austin of Winchester, Ind.
kuew what to do in the hour of need.
His wife had suvb an unusual cast'
of stomach and liver trouble, physi
cians could not bel her. lie thought
of and tried Dr. King's : Kew Lift
Pills and she iptt relief at once 'and
was finally cured. Only 25c, at
Smith's Drug Store,
R05. II. H.JARBETT.
Member of t he House of Bepreseutatlv
ei fro Macon Coaaty
Mr. Jarrett, tho Republican
member of the House from Macon
county, waB born at Aaheville in
1859, has served as postmaster at
Franklin since 1807, and as chair
man of the County Republican
Executive Cemrcittee. He is au
active church mau, a member of
the Missionary Baptist church,
aud superiuteudeut of his church
Sunday school at Frankliu. Along
'; . HOST. H. H. JAKRETT. "
with the other Republicau mem
bers of the House, session' of 1903,
h 'M1 Ibft nRlunl nt ika Domn
' ' " f v . -1 u V ......
cratic majority by his geutVnanly
bearing aud appareut deortou to
his dutios as representative, and
as a member of the Committees on
Fjuanoe, Pensions, Oyster indus
try, Kaitroads trnU Kailroad Cor
uoratious. Publio"BtlrhlH)P8 and
Grounds. He is a printer bv trade
He uiado np the first forms of the
first issue of the Semi-Weeklv
Asheville Citizen. I.iriatiifiv
Edition of the Raleigh News and
llwlfortl'i ElMck-PrunKlit hai ' ;
aved doctors' kill for more than i i
aii!y yrars. For the craunion f .011- ;
iiy aiuiipnU, m-h as Constipntion, i 1
iwLwtion, hard a-i-li, bowi-i com
plaiuU, cliillj and fever, biiso- I
una, hutrt. nt and (i!'i--r 1. -e'
conipiaiut) no oIIkt nuM.i ine 11
nm-ssary. Jt invuf iraici and r T-Ui.itt-
tue liver, .it-ts d ''-'-u-ii,
;iinn1.it"i av-Hon of ti.9 t. i,
puni.'-s tl-e bluo-t, and pur t -i
LuWI'll of find Si' l' lr ' .,,,(, a
cut- hv!T e-""- r, pi., '
1, 8' ' I
The other on Georj Nldlvsr
Came on with dreadful paci
The hunter atood unarmed.
And met him faee to face.
I aay unarmed he atood;
Against thoae frliihiful paw.
The rifle-butt, or club of wood.
, Could aland no mora than rw
George NUIver atood atlll,
And looked him in Hi face;
Th wild beast stopped amaaed,
Then cum with alai-kenliif pace.
Still firm th hunter atood,
Although hi heart beat Win;
Again the rreatur stopped,
And gated with wondering y.
Th hunter met hi gai,
Nor yot a Inch gave way:
Th bear turned alowly round, ' .
And (lowly moved away,
What thought wr In hi mind
, It would be hard to apell;
What thought were In Ueorg Nldlrr
I rather guea than tell.
But lure that rifle' aim.
Swift choice of generou part, -Showed
In hi paailng gleam
The depth of brav heart.
The engineers are at work loca
ting at Jim Bleckley's farm". With
the coming of good weatber we ex
pect to see great change, Clayton
To-day Dr. D, H. Abbott retires
from the Corporation Comrf
of theStato, aud Mr. T
diugfield.takes hi '
v;-vi X '
Bean tlw Kou Haw Ai"H Blltt
e First North Carolina regi-
meut held a meetiug at Charlotte
on the 26th tilt, aud elected Lieut.
Col.T. R. Robertson as Colonel to
succeed Col. J. F. Armfteld who
had resigued. dipt. G. Butler
was elected Lieut. Coln Capt, J.
F. Gnrduer, Major.
Geu. Julian S. Carr tells the
Durham Herald that he will not
be caudidate for Governor.
Perfect and Peerless
and all liver, Kidney 4 BIad
itt truubl eauMd by arte acid
ia the ajratcm. It caret by
cleunar and vit-.Udng the
blood, Una rcmorinf th cause
of diaeas. It lvu vigor and
ton and bnllds np th health
and strength of the patkmt
while nslng the remedy..
URJCSOL It a Iwnlnuy h
ti.c nodical world. Itbaicnred
and will cootinu to cure more
of the above disenet- than all
other known remedies, tnany of
which do aaora harm than good.
This great and thoroughly toted
and ndomd California Remedy
sever diaappointa It enret in
fallibly if taken as directed.
Try it and be convinced that
it ia a wonder and a bleating to
Price $1.00 per bottle, or 6 bot
tles for $4. ForsaJebydruggieta.
Send stamp for book of partic
elan and wonderful cure. If
ronrdnirst cannot supply yoa
It will 1 tent, prepaid, upoa
receipt of price. Address:
UtXMl taUDUL Ll Aaiiiav tL
Luua a tmmi cs.. i
. twrteallif Au.
State Teatperaace Ceaveatlea -Called.
vRaih, N. March 2G.
State Anti-Saloon League execu
tive committee met here tonight
and elected as its president J, W.
Bailey of Raleigh, editor of the
Biblical Recorder. It also called
a state temperance convention Ju
ly 7th, the place to be designated
Carrying- Pullman Sleeper. Cafe Cart
(a la carte) and Chair Car (seats free).
r:.-."i &-i -
ANO TO Akk POINT IN
,C" Jf-H iT::.
Izt V'z t a l f ' -. t
rfo:: :s Di.PlLvaJCIaTrrur-nessa'1-'
(ium.Mor, .ie norliiicraL
Aperfrct Remedy forCorr"--fion.Sour
U'onns i. otivtilskins .rVvensh
neas nnd Loss or Sleep.
; TaeSimila Si)nalur of
ixact copy of WBAPet).
j High Qualitf
. Grapd Sweeping Low Prices .
WRIGHT & ROBINSON'S STORE.
' - , . 4 - I
East Main Street, ' j
FRANKLIN. N. C.j
Everything In the house at
make room for our Sprljig Uooda, They are now arriving j
and it's room we want to display
Venice! gzooda for
!j WRIGHT 5 ROBIliSOII'S STORE. I
" Scaly, N. C, Mar. 30, 1903.
Editor Pbkss: On last Thurs
day, 26i h hist, our school closed.
The exercises were exceedingly
good, best we have ever bad. The
programme contained 86 pieces.
The school was taught by Mr. John
M. Mooro of Ellijay, who is a goo'd
teacher. I have uot heard any
parent tay aught against Mr.
Moore as teacher. This is a good
name for Mr. Moore, as it is hard
for a teacher to please everybody.
Mr. D.W. L. Wagoner of Torre
Haute, Ind., is still working his
copper, which seems to get better.
Mr. Crone and Mr. Wallace of
Terre Haute, Ind., were iu our vi
cinity last week looking over Mr.
Our mail from Bcsly to Dillard,
Ga.. has been discontinued for a
few dnys on account of 'the post
master at Dillard having small
Wehftd the niont severe viiua
storm lft iiiL-hl I have ever expe
rienced on the riiie Kii'gf, blowing
down timber and fences.
I wi'.a in Iwt!i:!i Valley Sulunlrty
Bii .l me laniiers s-i-m lo oe gmmg
f .'iiie Hoik d.)i e if 1'ie weather le
ll h'i s t' t tn-r rail ron J if
. - i
t' .! '. 1 r i v !! n:ea !?()(!:- i
nutii-; - 1 1-! -i !-. ;.;;;0 huJ$
to work t-1 1: r B. M, L.
4 i i at .
Sinaturo ' )y
lowest oaeh prices. We must 1
$11 ilia Jpeopk.
North Carolina, Macon county.
In the Superior court, Spring term,
Rtbeoca Iake fierson Ilenry,
n Ilenry, I
George Adama Hen
lice. The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled a
shove has been commenced against
him by the pluinliff in the Superior
court of Macon county, for the yur
pose of obtaining a divorce from do
fondant from the bond of matrimo
ny J and the defendant will further
lake notice, that he is lequind to
sppenr at the next terra of the Su
perior court of Macon county to be
held at the court house in aaid coun
ty on the 7th Monday after the 1st
Monday in March 1903, and answer
or demur totbe complaint which
will be filed in the office of the Clerk
of the Superior court of Macon Co.,
thirty days before the beginning of
said term of court, or relief deman
ded in said complaint wi'I be grant
ed. This March 17, 1003. I
i Lbe CiuWFoim, cli-rk.
J. Frank IUy, Ally.
t . iv In
T ! -t.Lit t--' I a i.i - - e x ;
il' 1,1 H-'l tl I f 1.,- I ! I 1! 1
Fr.ii Uln. K. C, rn i!tt-t . y i
n. , n-'f t..i-! i.iEi'luj ,,itn
t,tk- Biitl rii. i lt the yi nt l.-J, t n
m fcJUi, tit-wit :
Kuinrn. No. Acr.a. Tut It
C!!l.- Aililiniiin acre
J L Himinrfl 1 Tow J txit
O A Bnrtlt-tt '2 towa la
TJCaoe S "
WD Collin ' 5 "
Ada DuanMsiin ft alMer V2 "
J G Crawford 1 town tut
rf arrirtt Hawsliaw
Samuel Illpkl Mia.
B W Moure heir :
MrsAuVy Muura -Mnrttia
Frnnk PuindrxU'f "
J R WomU
Int. J C Hod-
190 KM '
. 3J "
i 1 47
MitxsHoAt Tovnt n. '
Joaliu Adams . 3 "
O B Dnlfcm 7
Julia Frank helrt 10 "
G X Klnsland 131 " ,
8arab Klnalaad HO "
K A Moore 12 . "
Natl. AfaruRire Mfg. Co. IU "
Yirgn Rnmli-r UK) "
The Tttrki-y KnohCnr. Co., Mln. Int.
J O Moore and other !U
J M WUIIiun 33
J W Young ' ST
Woodford Zarhary , 30
Sam Angel ' IA acres 4
WK Hayes SI " 3
Martin King IJ " 4
V r Tliompklaa Miaeral Iat in Jno. .
Peek land - 3
Clark Ctiy heirs
IoIb Iterren '
A I Keenur
, HlOIILANM ToWMSMir.
Miss fannle V Arthur 1 town lot S
Aaheft Biimgaract 300 acre 3
Thomu II Davidson W0 1
Mia EN Ellis 1 towa lot I
HarMnoa : MaGea M " 1
WBHeddra 30 1
J B Jolly 1 towa lot 1
T ft MeCall '8 . 4
Potts ft Raven! Hone Cure Gold
wmlne 100 acres 3
IVnTajid Onlvon 43 " 1
WmLSt;ood - 80 " 1
Mrs Annie ttaftomuMia M H 3
W C Bamlers
ioij? . i
S A Cob
S C Dr nion heirs
M B riklrimrr
Tliomas & Allen heirs
t C HawlrW 34 Int. ,
B V Smith .
T A Bailey
43 am 3 31
61H " 3 31
J N Iluywy
W 8 Howard
L A Jam-tt
SB " W
33 " 1 t
41T5 ' 19 51
J M Lyle ft John 1 Moor heirs H Ia
109 acres Bute Grant Ku. UB23 for
11-01 ft lUtl t 00
S i May ft Co. SO seres tor tnil & mi 3 22
J A Mason I4U sire 4 Is
W J Muore ft Co IBs ' 3 TS
JHMcAden ' SIM " 29 77
W F Moore IVO acre br 1WI, 11102 bat. 3 33
Jus A Martin IMOavrrs 13 03
Xnatahala Milling ft Mining Co. Mia
Intermt BJ 07
Mr W T Reed MOacre U Int 3 SO
Andy Shield 40 acre 167
E B Stamp ft C V MuLoud SWXlaerrS
Hint 10 47
S N Wood l acres 3 M
Bl'KKrXQTUWX TowHtHir. ' .
F H BnalM S7 acres 34 8
T B Csraby . 73 " IM
T A Down ft Bro 95 3 17
Mrs L B Handera 10B " t 8
J B Welch ' ' 300 11 SO
.'.; Cowaa TowMSeiir,
CbaaSBryaoa 40 acres IK
Tltonia Icenhnwer 7 i ' 3 3
Mrs Eintiline Mw 84 M 1 7il
B. O. C. L. ft C A. Kaby 3110 " . 13
E Baby heir 1 " 3 Ti
Elisabeth Bickman heir 4S acre H
Int In M Bickman Iambi 3 37
Jess Colt-man Q4 acre 4 SH
Lon Conlry IS I 53
II 8 Mock ' 17 " 1 76
Marion Moore tfi acre, for livt ft 1903 10 iu
This April I, inn.
T. B. Hkiiioii, Sheriff
and Tx Collector.
By virlee of the power of side con
tained in two mortgages eieruted to
the undersigned, one by Jerry West
and wife, and one by Jerry West, I
will, on Monday the 27th day of
April 1903, sell to the highest bid
der for cash, at the court house door
in Macon county, North Carolina, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock and 2
o'clock, the following dexuribed land
in Macon county, Cowee township,
deitmilioil us follows, to wit:
Def-nuing at a stone, EJ. JIinns
. Y. corner, and run Notth to a
oeuHt, J, C. I-ithit-L's comer, then
E. i:h J. CriilnUlliie toJ -i
inleoii's l.s.e.ll.cii v.;.'i f-.!J J.i
u ' -.i.V I'sse .-i.j r-)U o, t"
i to I f r " - t j ('.. 13. t
it's ! i l :i J , ' fi! in '
. :'s i.. c i . , i :
20 acre i 3d
7ft " 3
k " - jwr
13 " yl
4(1 ' l
m !- , I n
u "I 14T
IBM MT 6 0
ii " '4 "tst
,1;:: n I
Insures only in the best Com
panies. Liaeg promptly paid.
T. Eaxtcr Wtltc, Agcr.t,
i W a4
TEXAS, ARKANSAS, LOUIS1
ANA, OK LA h Oil A, INDIAN
. TERRITORY, CALIFORNIA,
COLORADO, UTAH, WYO
MlNG, ORKGCN, MONTA
NA, WASHINGTON, and
West, Northwest aud Southwest,
Write oi call on
J. O. HoLLBXBECK,
District Passenger Agent,
Louisville and Nashville R. R.,
No. 1 Brown Illdg. OpKtile Union
Depot, Atlanta, Go.
By virtue of the power of sale con
tained in a mortgage deed eseoiiled
to the underi-igiied mortgagee ou the
2Gth day of Out. 1900, by W. J.
Berry lo secure the payment of a
debt of 150 due Out. 26, 1901 and
default having been made in the pay
ment of said debt, I w ill on Mon
day the tfth day of April 1908,. be
tween the hours of 10 a. m. aud 4 p.
in. al the court house door in Frank,
tin, Macon county, , to satisfy said
debt, sell to the highest . bidder for
cash Hie following dceoribed laud to
wit: Being the land sold to W.J.
Berry by S. M. Merritl, in Macon
county, N. 0. Beginning at a stake,
the beginning corner of a tract for
inerly sohl to W. J. Berry, aud rune
W 28 polea to a W, oak, then south
ward with Cling W cat's line to u
Black oak, corner of 'Mat Satidvr
land, then Eastward 7'i poles to a
post oak, then N 84 polea lo a white
oak Berry's corner, thence a N W
diieution with Berry's lineo the
ginningontaiiiing lt) cr m"
Mcb. 2ud,15u?.' tyMKKMiTT,
Sam L Eelu ft "- -,
NOTICE OF SALE.
By virtue of a power of sale con
tained in a curtain Mortgage Deed
made by G. M. Oliver oV wife A. J.
Oliver to the undersigned, dated the
5th day of May 1902, and registered
in the office, of Reg. of Deed for
Macon county, N. C, in Book No. 9,
page 818 Ac. of the record of Mort
gages, aud default having been made
to the imyment of the indebtedness
secured by said Mortgage Deed
whereby the iower of sale contained
therein has become operative, 1 ne
undesigned will on Monday the 18,
day of April 1903, dtTrlng .legal sale
hours and as near the hour of 12
o'clock, noon, as may he, sell at puli
lie auction for cash nt the court bouse
door in Franklin, Maooo Co. N. C
the following described hud; Ly
ing aud being in Cartoogechaye town
ship, Miicon Co. N. C. Atl joining
the lands of Wm. Waldroop on tin
N. Lcander Wadroop on the K. Win,
McKee on the 8. and Win. Wal-
droop on the W. and being more ful
ly described in a deed from Henry
Dillajo Geo. W. Oliver, Reg. iu
Bonk I, page 805, Reg. otfiote for
Macon Co., to which deed reference
fs hereby made. The amount due i
437.60, with interest from May 5th
1902, cost Ac. This Mob. 9, 1908,
F. M. Catiiky,
By IC. D. SisK, Ally.
Having qualified as administrator
on the estate of John Mauley on the
80 day of Jan. 1903, notice Is hereby
given to all persons indebted to the
estate of the stud John Msnley, lo
make immediate payment and set
tlement all persons bavins claim
against said estate wilt present them
for payment on or before the 25ih
day of February, 1904, or this notice
will be plead in bar of their recovery.
This 25th day of February 1903.
G. W. Hays,
John Manh-y, deed.
KirJ.Jati.k N. C.
I'av'ii'j tjm! 1 tin ft liii'iiintm; r
-i t - t -e i f . 'i i v (in f i-
' y.f J i. 1 ".I - :.!-. -
(i; :j M
tVithKBAS, John I; '.- ..1 vri'- : i
ry H. I r,un did on tiS' t s'
51 .m il ln.-l. execute and J ''n-r t-i i , -j-cia
II. LV'.nun, Tiusttw, a t.-c-t . 1 on
cirt.ilu litmis in M.n-on County, f -'e ul
North Caruliilit tlicivin drM-iiUt 1, to M
cure Die sum of i,000OU duo by said
John Injirain aud Mary M. Ingram to
Uie Hhitimii ft AMEItlCA." ilollTOAOl:
('OMi'ANY, Limitkii, which sid trust
deed 1 recorded in Macon county, Id
lteed Book 7 pngo 04 lo which refvre
ia hereby tnude; and wlicrew '
bees made iu payment, oil'
cured by said truat tli- '
trustee lina ue. -
eute the trust therein isouunit-u;
Now 'i'UKHKroKK Botic Is hereby giv
en, that under and by vluu. the m-v
er conUined in said trust deed, I, the uW
deri;ued trustee, wo the Twauty-avvcntli
day of April, 1003, between the hours of
IU a. m. and 3 p. m., at the Court House
dour In the towu of frauklln la Macoa
county, North Carolina, will by public
auction sell to the bigheat bidder for
cash, the following described property,
via: First tract: Itculnnliig at a white)
ouk on the North boundary line of th
Indian. Ucservatlun being the northwest
corner ot Section number thirty one (41;
running thence west fifty (-V) polea to a
black jack en the lop of a rhhte, thence
south tldrry-four degrees east twen-ty-clglit
(W) poles to a spanuth oak,
thence south live; () degrees wost slxiy
one (UJ) poles to a eheetnut thenee aoulh
twenty (2U) degree east ninety-four (ti4)
poles to a black jack, thence south tor-ty-ttw
(45) degrees east Ufty Mi poles to
a locust oa the boundary line of the said
reservation, thence east forty-six (.)
poles to a stake on an old line said reser
vation, thence with satd line north up te
its corner, thence cast lifiy-ttv (.V) pule
to au old corner of the said reervatlou
thence north forty-three (43) polea to
the southeast corner of Section number
thirty-one LSI of said Indian Btarrva
tion, thence west one hundred and twenty-eight
1XK poles tv the southwest
corner of said number , thlrty-wn 131 J
thence north ninety-three ItKSJ pole w
the beginning. Containing ninety' W
aciea. Second tract: Beginnbut va is
Mt oak corner of number' six (,IJ eight
s and twenty tti of land luioMrtr -owned
by John Ingram and run south
one hundred and sixty 1100 poles with
the vast side ot number twenty 30J lo
its corner, then east on hundred and
slaty 160 pole to a black oak, thia
north on hundred and sixty 100 pules
to a small hickory, the soutlwast corner
ef said number J then north one huar
dred and sixty louj pole with south
sldiW said tract number eight (pj tolha
1 -'--i-talnini4)nu bunuied and
liiWe: iiegiuning at a spruce pine Al
len d Hushes corner and luns with their
line north twenty (2U) degrees west one
hundred and twenty I -A), pvlus tout ehesU
uuVat Atliugtonilin,' then with hi Una
west ninety-eight 98, pole to a while
oak, then with said tin south forty-live
45, degrees east eighty 80, pules to a slake
his southeast corner, then south fort),
live 43, degree west on hundred . 1U"
poles to said Atllngton's south cornt
then north forty-live 45, degrees wetf
eighty DO, poles to a stake at said At
llngton's svuthweat corner, then ? west
with said Atllngtua' line forty 40, pott
.. I -.-.,1- m
cot ner in l.jles line, then with said Lyle : -,
line south twelve 13, decree west two
hundred and tweuty-sia 1SH, ptdes lo aa
ouk, Iht-n with said Lyle line north
eighty-three bil, degrees vast thie hun
dred S00, pole to a hickory, lliea to the
bcgtnniug. CuutaiulEg three hundred
aud seventeen 817, acres, more or less. '
Tract four: Iiegiuning at a cheitnut
soutlusast corner of said number uiue-
Xeuu IV, Lyle's tract and ruus north on
hundred. auitjfljttJafl,' Jf1 "T, - Vjlb
east tide of said nuiuber uincieeh v to
a white oak, thence east one hundred
and alxty 10, poles with tliw suuth sidci
-f said Lot number twenty ft), to a while
oak, theuoiM buudrtd and sixty ltto,
pules to a hickory, then west on hun
dred and sixty 100, pules to the begin
ulug. Containing on hundred and six
ty ItW, acres, mure or less. Tract Five:
lk-glnulng at a hickory the southeast
corner ot tract number Vireuty-oue
owned by John Ingram and" run east
on hundred and thirty-two lit, pole
to a slake, then north one hundred and
sixty 100, po)o to a water oak, then
west one hundred and thirty-two 13'.','
poles to a white oak northeast corner of
number twenty -one HI, then south vaa'
hundred and alxty ICO, poles with th
east Sid of number twnty-one jtl, to
th beginnings-;. Containing one hundnd
and thirty-two Ui, acres more or i.
AU the tract of land herein before de
scribed are situated in Macon County,
North Carolina, adjoining th lands of
Charles Ingram, Nanna Lyle and other
and containing iu th aggregate eight
hundred ami tlfty-alna Kill, acr, mora
or lea. Said land will be told lo saliify
the debt secured by said trust deed, and
such title will be given as Is vested ia
said trustee, This Mar. 23, 1003.
I'jtA&cis B. IlorrxAn, Trustee.
By Waltkh E. Moohb, Attorney.
Bv virtue of the rower of 'a
coutained in a deed vf Trust i n-
teil by E. D. Franks & wife 1 '
ence r ranks to the ondcr-
truKtee on the 2t)th il.-iv of Oi l. i
to secure the payment of a debt u
sam. L. Keliy, I rustee under the
wl f elms. L. FrtwL of t"U0 and
ink-rest, duo an-1 pnyuLIt) Oct. "f,
l'j;"il, and d:f.in!t liaviii-; been made
in the i!! i!i nt i.f s :-l ti. ! t and in-
ten-Mi, and l :e t .1 r L,
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