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- . fo
3 ererv Wednesday.
owu conceit? there
hope of a fool than of him.- Prov
.Ve ace it stated sgaiu positive
y by medical journal that the
daily cm of lettuce in an absolute
preventative of smallpox better
Com federate t trratis will bear
iu miud that the annual meeting
of the C. L. R. Camp will take
place Monday, May 1Kb, next.
State Auditor B. F. Dixou will be
here to deliver (he auuual address.
Officers of the camp will be to
clf&tt delegatta to tbe New
... V- .' . I, - . - i
reuuion. au people are
"" 'Ad to attend and a big meet
. a . tStpected.
David B. Hill niade a speech
ft w days so at Albauyiu which
be criticised Preeideut Booeevell's
attitude ou tbe tariff. Mr. Hill
called at teutiou to the fact that
ou of" the President's recent spee
the &ia Millet of the tariff
"larfJiejiBjne speech, word
tCTwurd. as oue deuvsredou the
ame subject by 8ecretary"Root
lait October in Cooper Uuion,New
York; It was question with Mr.
llitl whether Mr. Roosevelt pur
loiued Mr. Root's speech, or wheth
er Mr. Root has the contract to
supply tbe Preeideut with ready:'
The Pbss learns that 1 fifteen
gallon of blockade whiskey was
retailed out iu a. houso ou Main
' Street last Thursday night, and
that several persons were intoxi
cated Friday nioruiug. The elec
tion last fall on the ' dispeusary I
uestiou abows tnat the oitisens
of Franklin are opposed to the le
gal sale of whiskey, aud the ualur 1
al inference is that the respecta
ble, law-abiding oitisons are op
posed: to the Illegal sale of it. It
is the duty of eyery good citizen
who knows of the illegal traffic to
report it to tbe proper authorities
and aid Iu stoppiug such nefari
ous business. The Press has al
so heard it stated that there are
at leant a half doieu blockade
stills iu Maoou county, and that
one of them ia as near town as
. HMirJlJie jpropor authr
i eooulu look inter tbe uiaUef-N.
t try to stop it. . j
tmttm .. THl Kis4 Yes tisw tww Bttgt
" Abest AtverUslag . '
Brevard seems to be a good place
to ruu a newspaper. . The business
people of tbe town advertise liber
ally. Tbe result is that "The Syl
van Valley News' has been en
larged aud greatly improved of
late, putting iu muii mnchi- WbatfR'tfe to do about this mat
nervand . magri.l.N kVieyrWitt e submit to It or ap-
rfae of tbe Mews shows 44 local
advertisers. Tbe local advertise-
I ineutt cover 376 inches, or 22 col
I umutl8 inches long. The adver
tisers are as follows : -Merchants
16 ; LawyejSjo J County Officers,
ilractors. 3; Jewelers, Ar-
; lists, Butchers, 2 each; Societies,
.Dentists, Blacksmiths, Shoema
kers, Real Estate Dealers, Maohine
fjhops, Trust Companies, Railroad,
livery, Hotel, one each. This is
fine showing for Brevard.
ttublu cd or aric ci4
:m ttntjmL .. It mm t
and Tit-Airing; till fl
ri It live vigor and
mi Vnlidi np Ui heitlj
tnmfth of tbe faiicat
. i. b a luminary in
4 world, It bw enrtd
-i coolinn to care more
s diMM Uin all
I nowa rnedit, feunyof
i ! aiore barm tlimn (rood.
U al Oioroaihtrutd
ttited CaUfsrel KcmiKijr
4 - "foiuta. It cat ia
'Hi . iI udiiFivri),
, $ stM k conT-tni-d tllt
vttu'i'.tr and a LvsMrg te
J 'prrlmt , erSbot-
i ; - n (or I i fcf i
x and wsrifl
r i t c
1 1 1 t ,
- t erf f . t .
I t;tK If
zi tzi Ttzilzzs i
-. i , I i ' '
i i 1 1 . f it !
. " . f .i i ' ! :.ia i j
. , t L j j rii-8 w '. I uko
. .: ' J ia the Tpii'co; ;,1 church
on J desfcrnirj tie j; rave of thn
late Mr. Goo. Detl by defacing bis
tuiuttiuu with rocks. I aru not
thecustodiau of the good cbarac
ter of this community, neithor do
I feel responsible for anybody'
conduct except my owu aud that
oi tuo now ouen uuuer my cuargo
-.L-I...l . . J . . .
uui uo leei ii my uu.y o Bay
that such damage as was done lb
tbe church aud grave yard was not
done by vandals at all but by lit
tle boys whose ages range from
three to 8 years old and whose
parents were careless enough to
allow them .to congregate iu the
Episcopal church lot aud play kali
aud other games commonly played
by lit tl-boys. For this careless-'
uess I take niy full share of the
responsibility and no more, aud
after a thorough investigation can
iuforni Mr. Stnlleup or any other
person desiring such iuformatiou
who committed auoh depredations
as were committed aud such iu
tormstiou as I nave iu my posi
tion will bo giveu without claim
ing tbe reward, 1 will further say
that I have carefully iu vest igated
tbe alleged damage to the tomb
stone iu question aud will say that
there never hat been a particle of
damage dono to it iu any way. I
will deposit 100 (about three
timet tbe origiual cost of the
torn b. stone.) in the bands of any
oue to be selected by Mr. Deal ' or
Mr. 8tallcup if auy three honest
men will say tbe tomb stone has
been damaged, disfigured, defaced
or 4rtejjy.alher way changed in
any particular by tbe.se J""""
or any one else since if""-!,..
where it is. Thie money may-.
w "... v-. . . y -
other tomb ttone or in any other
way he may tee fit louse it.
Here arises another thought
which is, iudeed, a sad oue to me.
I built au humble home in the
town of Franklin. Little childreu
came into that humble home and
their joyous laughter and tbe sou-
shiue tbey brought made it a pal
ace, and the flush- of hope and
health was ou the cheeks of their
mother. Tbe members of this
church started a grave yard iu my
door. Within six saontht from
the time (he first grave waa made
tbe abadowt drove the sunshine
from my home. Disease which
the doctors say might come from
contaminated water invaded the
family circle. My little ones now
are motherless aud the ; light of
hope and the merry . laughter of
happy children around the fireside
has given pce to sadness and to
gloom, What caused it? What
sed my little childreu to be
Jbout the tender guidance of a
her't care and a mother's love,
aud that loo just when tbey used
ed it most? Wat it the wanton
disregard of health, happiness,
hope aud home by putting this
grave yard within a few steps of
my well? Who shall -say it was
not? I may not be the ouly one
who may yet suffer by this wan
ton disregard of (he heal
citizens,. as tbere areoJMrs quite
as close to (his rafts yard as I am.
peal to the Episcopal people to
abandon tbit at a grave yard and
remove their dead? or will we re
sort to the strong arm of the law
to protect our children? which
shall we do? This is a serious
question far more serious than a
orowd of childreu breaking a 2x4
incb light with s rubber ball. No,
tbere are no vandals on our street
and no barm has been, intention
ally done, to any oue by any body
or anything, but it does seem to
me that the disregard manifested
by this church at Franklin, of hu
man life snd health is a very near
approach to the very worst form of
vandalism, to ssy the least of it.
- J. Fbakk Rat.
New York. April 20. Word has
just beeu received at the Erie
Railroad office that five passengers
and one brakemno were kilted aud
two persons seriously injured iu a
collision between the New York
and Chicago Limited and t freixht
train on the main line of the Erie
Railroad at Rod House; station
eight miles west of Salamauoa at
3:05 this ronroiuR.
A report from Jamestown atates
that tbe passenger train, which is
due st New York this afternoon,
immediately caught fire and for a
balf hour a panic among the pas
RaaSbwIldtBsr I Colttorata.
; The expertence tg Callfoniis has
shown that even the longer term con
victs can be emplored to great advantage-
by the state Iu qunrrylnf and
erwihlns stone at one or more central
tog. Stone Is being extensively cruohed '
ia this way in California st lea t!mn
halt what It costs to do thla work, with
hired labrr Io other states. Tbe quar
ries used fur this purpose are surround
ed by a strong atH kml. which also In
rlracs the eonvlct qiiurtpre. and tlie es-e--;-e
of prisoners umtf-r such coiMlltlons
ts r-t c"'.er t-iin t!: :t from t'.e s'- '
..! f m a. o . J- if . . .
Eau Int ef Us EaK of representa
tives (ross Qraham Ceeuty.
The county of Ashe, that gave
bis birth and the county of Gra
ham, bis adopted home, should be
I ' 1
proud of he. representative, T A.
, jiorphew. He ia a man of splen-
did psrls, a lawyer of tut mean
ability, a legislator wise aud faith
ful, a speaker of' force. When
k-mpermictf legislation whs
thought wise and was before tbe
Assembly, in the House branch,
young Morphew monsured the man
aud championed tbe London bill
aa a substitute tor tbe Watts bill
iu a speech of great force. When
the child labor bill was before
that body, a bill conceived in tbe
house of wisdom, ho likewise
championed ; that humane mea
sure. Iudeed he lent bis aid to
tf nf arhinh ha Vrn
served at a aiewber
.tuitteet on Judiciary,
katiroada and Railroad Commis
sion, Salaries snd Fees and oth
ers. He was born in Ashe county
in 1868, wss educated in the com
mou and high schools of the couu
ty and having read law was ad
mitted to the bar iu 1805 aud be
gau practice at Robbiusvillc,
where he-has siure resided. Iu
1897 he led to Hyuieu's Shriue
Miss Lillie, the bright, sweet
daughter of Capt. N. M. E. Slaugh
ter. . Mr. Morphew practices in
the courts of Graham, Swain, Ma
cou, and Cherokee counties,. He
has served hit county at its attor
ney for six years. News aud Ob
server. rdJFEBIUR luUKT.
Superior ' court commenced
Mouday at 10 o'clock, Judge V,
B. Couuoil, presiding and Solici
tor T. D. Brysou, prosecutiug.
Tbe visiting attorneys preseut
are, Beu Posey and K. B. Norvell,
of Cherokee; J. W. Ferguson, H.
R. Fergusou and 8. C. Welch of
Wayuesville ; W. E, Moore aud
F. E. Alley of Webster; J. S.
Black of Brysou City ; F. B. Ben
bow, of Yadkioville; E. LUeru-
don of Walballa, 8. C. 4
The case of Zob Sumner, cKsr;
with murder, bat beeuccutinued
to next tejtHrr
A Thoughtful ( Man. "
M. M. Austin of Winchester, Ind.
knew what to do in the brour of neeti
His wife had auch'au uvjiusual ask
of stomach and liver tronllile, pLjsi
eiana could not help her. tie thought
of and tried Dr. King )New Life
fills and she qut relief ad once and
was finally cured. ' Unity Soo, at
Smith's Drug Store,
J. . Sherrtil Arwted.
The Asheville Cititeid
ity for the newt that J. 1), Sherrill
hat beeu arrested ou a charge of
being implicated iu tbe Cherokee
Napkiu Ring concern it Brysou
City. Tbe case will c ne np for
trial at the next term o the Fede
rat court. The parties are J S.
Elmore, L, J.Hall aud J.B. Sher
Robbed The Giavo.
' A startling incident, i s narrated
by John Oliver of 1'bila lelphia, as
follows: "I was in an at rful condi
tion. . My skin was a!in yellow,
eyes sunken,, tongue c led, pain
continually in back and sides, no ap
petite, growing weakurday by day.
Three physicians had givdn tne
Then Wss advised to ui
UUtere to my great joy
bottle made a decided improvement.
I continued their ne for three weeks
and aia now s well, matt, I know
they robbed tbe grave of another
victim." No one should fail to tr
them. Only 60 cents, guaranteed,
atVrank T.SinHh's drugstore.
Notice ia hereby give
iu 11 ay-
Elecfiou is called tot
,May 5th 1S03, to beheld
or ro0,"i 0ur houp, fjr piirj-os.
of electing a Mayor au-i f h-vrn
f!(immir..1;n(.r, f.,r .-,-, , t r,.,, '
lin for the b.-rm of tiro
V..h L. ' n
J. C. , s'. 1 t-
i n ( i4 j$
the adoption of man"-
fn I rtnhii iCT
hJ a J1XCC
C.-a 1 . .1 Friil. v.
JuLu rrondustx, colored, couvic
tnd of niurJr aud robbery at
EeiJsville, N. C, was sentenced
to hung today.
On the 14 h iust. Brevard voted
on the dispeuwary question, and
the diepeusnry was dofeatud by a
vote of 49 to 23 votes. .
Thecommeuceiueut exorcises of
the Sylvs Collegiate lust iluto will
be held May 19th and 201 It.
An tiled ion has been called for
the 25th of April for the voters ol
WnyiK'sville township, Haywood
oounty, to vote outhe question of
issuing boado to the amouut of
150,000 for read improvement,
8aiallpx at Leeds.
Drs. Lylo aud Slier, went to
Leeds, four miles up the Georgia
road, last Thursday to see Mr. aud
Mrs. L. K. Moffiitt who were nick.
Tbey fouud the patfeutt bad
smallpox and immediately quar
antined the place. .It is thought
tbe disease was transmitted to
them bv handling the mails from
Claylou aud Dillard, Gn., aa Mr.
Mofiitt keeps tbe postofiice at
Jeds, and the pottmasteia' fami
lies at both Clayton aud Dillard
bavo bad tbe disease. The Clay,
ton nail was turned back and for
a time the service will be ' discon
romtrr llakk BnIM
Altar my Dnl twby wu kwa I did aot
mm to rt jala say urtnjth tltheugh th
doctor gv rm tonic which h consid
rtd wry superior, but huttad si gttUn J
ktttr I frtw wuktr tvtry day. My hut
band IntUtcd that I takt Win of Cartful
far a wttk and MS what It would do for
m. I dia Uki the asodlcm and wu wy
ratthd to Hnd nv itrtntth and health
slowly rttumtof, h two wtaki I waa out
f bad and In a month I was able to take
uk m lb) snlas."
it dotioa. I aa very onuuni-
Wineof Cardai reinforce thcorgaiia
of generation for tho ordoat of preg
nancy and childbirth. It prevents nut
carriage. Ko woman who takes Wine
of Caraui need fear the coming of her
ehild. If Mri. Unrath had taken
Wine df Cardni before her baby eamio
she would not have been weakened aa
she was. Her rapid recovery should
commend tbta great remedy to every
expectant mother. Wine of Cardui
regalotes the meiutnul flow.
Mast Pay fell Tax te Tote.
Attorney General Giln
lecided that pnjgaTftflxe
WZ is necessary to qualify
votius in muuiciDsl elections next
month. Tbe quest ion ; was sub-
ill. J 1. L ! - I ' I., i! :.
milieu io uim on a conieuuuo
I bat a tax receipt for 1901 was suf
ficient, compliance with the terms
of the law.
Herrea Shoots Brltt. .
Asheville, N. C, April 19. A
young msn nsmed Herreu surreu
dered to Sheriff Reed this after
uooti. He said be had killed
Charles Britt ou Reems Creek,
eight miles froth Asheville, that
Britt bad met him iu the road aud
cursed him and attacked him with
t drawn knife Herren says be
shot twice striking -Britt iu .. tbe
breast. The trouble was About t
7or Infants and ChilJrea.
Carrying Pollmaa Steepens, Cafe Cart
(a la carte) and Chair Cars (seats free).
Ci.!;;ias, lLe',:;j atd Kansas City
NO TO IL POINTS IN
Texts, CLLtzzi tr,i In ".it Tcrrlto.ici
Tjr V.';.t-1 r' ..T wc:t
f Si tM V T'
l $ -I
: 4S CT
Mr A. 9
S '. i
! t t
The Kind Ton IT.we Alwajs
in so for over CO years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-ns-good" are bub
Experiments that trtflo wlVt and endanger the health of
Infuita Mid Children I&perienoe asralnst Experiment. -
I7hat io CASTORIA
Castorla Is . harmless" substitute for Castor Oil, Pra
fctortc, Drops and Soothing1 Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neitlicr Opium, Morphine nor other Koreotio
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
:i and allays Fcvcrlahness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relievos ToctUInjr Troubles, euros Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the -
, tomach and BottcIs, glvinir healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
CEMUIME CASTORIA ALWAYS
jrt Bears the
The Kind You Have AMys Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TKtT mm, nmw mct. mm rrr.
i " -
wWTtitn i i i
j 27 igh Quality
This is M Vhi
Grand Sweeping Low Pi
WRIGHT & ROBINSON'S STOP.- ill
Everything In the house at
.... rt s
fienieel ftooda for
i f aj mane room lor our opring uoons. i uey
Jand it's room we wsnt to display them,
WRIGHT & ROBINSON'S STORE.
NOTICE 0FTAX SALES.
Pursuant to tho law la such cast a provi
ded, I will at tho Court Houae door in
Franklin. K. C, on th tTrst Monday in May
naxt, acll th following lands to satisfy the
tali's and coat tr ths year 11102, situated
as follewa, to-wit :
Mo. Acres. Tax ft Coat-
Cut I Is AddlagtoB acts
J L Barnard 1 Towj Lot
O A Bartlttt Z town lots ,
Vf D Colliua . 5 -
Ads Donaldson ft aiater "
Ju'a Grlsaara 1 "
llarrlrtt Hawahaw - a
Samuel Hlikla Min. Int. i C Bod-
Joaie Williams . ' W "
' MlLLSHOAt TOWKSHW.
JoahnaAdma - 3J "
G B Dulton T "
Julia Frnnka bclra . 10 "
O A Kinsland la 1
8nh Klnslund Ml '
K A Moore 123 "
Natl. Vlrua!vu Mfg. Co. Ill
Yi-argiiu Hamlcrs 10 "
4 81 1
Tho Turkey Knob Cor Co., Min. Int.
J D Moore and others 3t seres
J M Williams 2-1 "
J W Young 87 "
Woodlord Zmliary SO "
Elluav ToWKsnie. -W
B Hayes . 51 ,
Miirtin Ring 13 "
W K Thomnklns Hfiuersl Iut in Jh.
Arnold Bros. 100 acres
Clark Cluy heirs im " .
loin llcrrcii H "
A I Keener 10 "
1 1 30
Alic &. Vwr
T!!lNl!,S-l H t -
1 h i: N !
W It I ' n
r it r
' 'rm r
1 1 tn 1-
2 '0 acres
r.vviU &ulvLkli Las boca
hna borne tho etnatnre of
Las been made tinder Lis per
- Low Prices.
FRANKLIN. N. CJ
lowest cash prioes,
..... n, .
$11 ih tfeoph.
SACahe " l.K
8 C Dr.vman heirs 12 " ' 1 M
W t Mum V - 1 St
Thomas ft Allen heirs ICO " - S tl
3 C Sanders Int.
100 acres- 1 47
' . ' Kamtasula Towaswr.,
VT A Bailey ' 48 acres 8 21
BAHoldcn (1; . 6114 " 131
JNUayney ,t " " ' 28 " 8 W
W 8 Howard 33 - IDv
LAJarrett MVS " 19 51
J M Lylc ft John 3 Moore heirs Int
100 acres State Grant No. 3B2S for
notftiwa - toe
8 J May ft Co. .10 acres tor Iflol ft im t
JAMaaon 14 Seres 4 IU
W J Moors ft Co 1.V M S T5
K.ntnh.l. Mllllnn IV Ul.ln.Cn XI In'
I Intert-at 67 97
E It Stamp ft C W McLoud 2000 acres
T A Downs ft Bro
Mrs L B Sanders
A B Welch
.'.'.' Cowan TowKsnir
Cliaa 8 Bryan 40 acres S SI
Thomas Ivenhower 1 " 2 iiS
B. O. C. L. C. A. Baby 0 M 13 00
EBahybelra SI " 2 22
Jcaa Coleman screS 4 -IS
11 B Mock IT " 1711
Miirlnn Moore 9i acres for 1P01 ft 1Mj2 10 S3
Tttia Aprlll, l!l. -
T. H. IIiodos, Eherill
snd Tas Collector.
- k J
i s f i t r
:.'v. . . a. a 3
are now yrrivitig s
iiomz of nixiio:;.
jsy virtue ot the authority con
ferred on the Board of Cour.ty Com
ruisRioners wt M icon County y an
act of the General Assembly of Nor lb
i.arouiia enniiuu "An Actio pro.
vide (or tbe attendance of children
in the Schools of Maoou County."
An election will be held at the sever
al voting precincts in Macoii County
on Saturday the SOih day of May,
1903, Submitting to the qualified vo
ters of stuit county the question of
Compulsory atteudanoe on the
Schools of aid county, at said elec
tion each qualified voter of raid coun
ty who is iu favor of oompulsory at
tendance on me ocnoois oi juncon
county, as providud by Seut ions 'one.
two, three, four, five, six and seven
of said Act, hereinafter mentioned,
will be allowed to oust oi e ballo up'
ou which ahull be written or printed
the words, "For Compulsory Atteti
dunce," and eauh qualified voter who
is opposed to Compulsory attendance
on Hie Schools o( said County, . as
provided by said Suctions will be al
lowed to cast one ballot upon which
shall be written or primed the words
Against Cnrnpulsory ' Attendance.'
Following pie Sections one, twr
three, four, five, sii and seven of
said Act, io which reference bas
heretofore been made, via!
Sectiou 1. Thai any parent, guar
dian or other person in Macon Conn.
ty, having tbe control of any child
or ohi'dren between the ages of eight
(8) and sixteen (16) years, shall be
required to send such child or chil
dren to some publio or piivate day
.r night school for children,1 annual
ly, for a period equivalent to at leait
three-fourths ot the publio school
teim in the district ,i asid count)
herein said child or children may
reside, subject to such exceptions as
to children, places of attendance and
schools aa are provided fur in section
five of this aot.
Section 2, That any parent, guar
dian or other person in sail eounty
failing to comply with the provisions
of section one of this act shall be
guilty of s misdemeanor, and shall,
upon conviction, be fined or. impris
oned in the discretion : of the Court,
f Section 8. That it ahull be the
doty of every publiu school teacher
in Macon County to keep a strict
record of the attendance of all chil-
J""- Vtweeu the Hues nf ehjht and ,.,
L ir f" " ' " T " ' ' 1 'Tfai I lJTu"B north twenty (SO) degrees west one
jfijme I 17 1j JorfTdnsiriot, huudred and twenty IXU, puua to)a cheat-
upon the cen
students in ' said dis
trict, aud to report the same lo the
LUoiird of E luonlion of suid county
annually at the olose of the public
school term. Said report shall be
made out upon blanks to be furnished
the teacheis by the Board of Educa
tion of asid eounty, and shall include:
(1; The name of every child be
tween the ages of eight aud sixteen
years, residing within said district,
who shall fail to attend some public
or private day or night school for the
length of time provided, (or in sec
tion one of t'lis act - toother with
the name of ibe parent, guardian or
other erson having control of such
child or children. .
('2) A slaltiuenl of the actual
length of time during which said
lnld shall . have failed to niteml
school as n oft red y vUs wt.-
(8) A statement ns lo w helher
said parent, guardian or other person
having control of said child or chil
dren shall have been excused from
the penalties of this act aa provided
iu section five of lias aot.
Every report made by a 'teacher
bv virtue of this act shall be duly
verified upon oath by tbe teacher
making the same.
Section 4. " That it shall be the
duty of the Hoard of Education of
Macon County to certify said reports
each year to the next ensuing term
of the Super! r Court of said eounty
for the trial of. t r.niinal easea after
said reorU are jo made, and the
C'erk of said Court (hall furnish the
Solicitor with said vreports, nd it
shall be the duty of tho Sol.cilor of
the district to draw and send bills to
tbe grand jury' against all persons
who shall violate any of the provi
sions of this act.
Section 5r That this act shall not
apply in any ease where the ehild
has been or is being taught at honvi
in such brunches as are taught in the
public schools For the length of time
required in section one of ibis act, or
whose physical or menial condition
renders his or her attendance imprac
ticable, or who shall be en-used by ;
the publio school committee of the
township or district in wbich the
parent, guardian or other person j
havina control resides, upon its be
ing shown to their satisfaction that j
the parent, guardian or other person j
hiving control was not h!e, on aa-
count of poverty, to clothe such child
properly, or that he or she has alrea
dy acquired the ordinary branches
ietiired by law, or that there is no
white school, in the "ease of white
children, or colored school, in the
i-iife of colored cltildrjn, within two
miii-s bv tho nenrt'r-t travel I rm I.
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Wiikrbas, John I. j. a sj-id wife IT-'
ry M. I ram did oa tbe 31st day ot
March i , ,.$. execute stid deliver to Fran
cis I). lloilman, Truatoe, a trust deed oa
certain lands In Macoa Countr, State of
Xorth Caxolf n thertln described, to se
cure the sum oi 1:4,000 00 due by said '
John Ingram and Mary f. Ingram to
tilO BlttTHH ft AMKB1CAH MoKTSAOX
(ompajiv, Limited, which said trust (
deed Is recorded ia Mitoon county, in
Ieed Book 7 page 84 lo which reference
is hereby made; and whereas default has
been mads In payment of ths moneys se
cured by said trust deed, and the said
trustee has been duly requested to- .
cut the trust therein contained;
Now TUKKEFoiiK. notice is hereliypv-
en, that under and by virtue of the pow
or contained in snid trust deed, t, tho w
dorslgned trustee, on the Twouty-seveath
day at April, 1U03, between ths hours of .
10 a. m. and 3 p. tu., nt tho Court llouao -
door In the town of franklin ia Macon
county, North Carolina, wilt by publio , '
auction sett to the Ugliest bidder for .
cash, the following described property, .
vis; First tract: Beginning sta wilto
ouk on the North boundary line of the
Indian Itcservutioo being tho northwest
corner of Section number thirty one (31
running thence west fifty (i") poles to
black jack on tbe top of a ridge, thence .
south thirty-four (34) degrees east twen- ;
ty-eight(28) poles to a Spanish oak,
thence south live (-') degrees west slity
one (HI) poles to a oheatnut theaee south .
twenty (20) degrees esst ninety-four (M)
poles to a black jack, thence south for- ',
ty-iieo (4u) degrees cast fifty (30) poles to .
a locust oa the boundary line of tbe said
reservation, thence east furty-sli (4C4
polos to a stake oa an old line said reset- y
vation, thence with said line north up to
its corner, thence east Ufty-Uvs (M) pvica
to an old comer of the said reservation
thence north forty-three (43) pules tv
the southeast corner of lection anaaber '
thirty-one 31 of said Indian keserva ,
lion, thence west one hundred aad twen- v
ty -eight 12H poles to the southwest
coriifrof said number thirty-one 31 J
thence north ninety-three Wi poles to
the beginning. Containing ninety UOj
scies. Second tract: BegianlnK on
Kst oak corner of number sis ttj eiglrl
ill and twenty M of land formerly
owned by John Ingram and runs aoutu
one hundred snd sixty leu poles ,wiili '
the east side of number tweniy HO to
its corner, then east one hundred and ,
sixty lttOj poles to a black oak, thia
worth ono huudrtd and sixty leuj potoa'
tu a snail hickory, ths southeast corner -of
said number 8J then north one hun- .
drd and sixty loO ptdea with south
side of said tract number eiuht HJ totlia ;
beginning . Contidnlng one bundled sad '
sixty lUW-urea, more or less. Tract
Threet jsnruce pins AU .
vmcr sua I una wiui men
,ne north twenty (20) degrees west one
out at AUingtuusune, then with his Hue
west ulnety-i-lght 08, poles to a white
oak, then with said lin south forty-live
40, degrees east eighty. DO, notes to a si skit
his southeast corner, then south forty
live 45, degrees west one hundred ItU,
poles to said Atlington's south corner
then north forty-live 40, degrees west
eighty 60, poles to a stake at said At
liugton's southwest corner, then west
with said Atlington's line forty 4u, poles
to a small chestnut, said AUlsgtoa'a
corner in Lyles line, then with said Lyles
line south twelve 12, denrees west two
hundred and tweuty-sis Xttf, poles to an
oak, then wi'.b said Lyles lino north
eighty-three 83, degrees esst three hun
dred 300, poles to a hickory, then to the
beginning. Containing three hundred
huu seventeen si i, acres, more or less.-
Tract four! In-'rinnlnit t
ikcy ioO. boios wnu"tuv uu-u me
i-f suid Lot number twenty 10, to a white
oak, then one hundred and sixty 1B0, .
poles to a hickory, then west one huu- -drvd
and sixty 10U, poles to tho begin
ning. Containing one hundred awl six
ty 100, acres, mors or less. Tract Fire: , ,
Beginning at a hickory tks southaast
corner of tract number twenty -on 31, ..
owned by J ohn Ingram and runs east i
on hundred snd thirty-two-1.12,! ftrriA
te a stake, then north one hundred and
sixty 160, poles to a water oak,
west one hundred and thirty-two Ui'l
poles to a whits oak northeast comer ef
number tweaty-vue XI, then south one
hundred and sixty 1, poles wltk the '
east side of number twenty-one XI, to "
ths beginning. Containing one hundna"
and thirty-two lS'-i, acres more or loaa. (.
All tho tracts of laud herein before ' do- ,
scribed are situated In Macoo County,
North Carolina, adjoiuing the laada vf
Charles Ingram, Nanna Lylo and others ;t
and containing In the aggregate eight '
hundred and lifty-nlne Si, acres, mere
orh-s. Said land will be sold to satisfy
the dobt secured by said trust deed, aad
such title will be given as is vested la c
said trustee, This Msr. 23, 1W3.
FnAitcis 11. iiorrMAH, Trustee.
By VVAlrKU E. Moohk, AlU-rnej.
be guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall,
iion conviction, be fined or Impris
oned in the discretion of the Court.
Section 7. That the B urd of
Education ' of Macon County are
hereby authorised to appropriate an
nually, for each township in said
county, out of the publio school fund
of said county, the sum of twenty
dollars (120.00) or so much thereof
ns mar be necessary. , to provide
books for any child or children in
said township In cites where tie fs
ent, guardian or other person hsvinj
control of such child--or ct-il-irvn
shall, on auonunt of poverty, be una-
ble to provide such child or cl.il
with the n:t'fi y bos ' t' '.I
propriatioM sliwll 1 e ir s j -'
rci-oiiiiiifinliili jn of I -e ; ! f
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