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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER.
Having qualified as administrator of
the estate of W. H Leathcnvood, de
ceased, late of. Haywood Counly,
North Caroliri. ihis is to tK-ify all
persons having claim aiunst the
(! -ceased t.- .xilrlut
i-?;gnqd on r before
uh . 19 '7, ir l nis n -n'.'.i
in I'.ir of their
'.v i'i in k'livJ t" the
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estate of sain
them to the und
the 1st day of .i
lice will be pi"
recovery. All n
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ThU the 1st da. f Julv,
G. G. LEA rHEf'.WOO '),
Administrator of t i - Kst'ttc of
AugSpd W. H. Leather wcdI, deceased
NOTICE OF SALE.
Under and by virtue of an order
of the Superior Court of Haywood
County, in the matter of Dixie Col
vard, Administratrix of V.H. Colvard,
deceased, the undersigned commission
er will on the 21th day of July, 1926,
at 3:00 o'clock P. M., at the residence
of V.H. Colvard, deceased, in East
Waynesville, N. '., otfer for sale to
the highest bidder for cash, certain
lots and real estate, in the town of
Waynesville, N. C, Haywood County
described as follows:
LYING AND BEING on the North
west side of the Howell Mil! Road
and beginning at a stake at the ed(j
of said road and runs North GS'-i'
W. 204 feet to a stake; thenoo North
28 E. 00 feet ii a stake; i hence
South 3 K. 24 feet to u stake in
the edge of the said mail; thence
with said road U the beginning, '""
taining H acre more or less.
SECOND TRACT: Adjoining the
above tract, Annie Francis and others
BEGINNING on a stake on the
side of the Howell Mill Road and
runs with said i.ad North 22 .'10'
E. CO feet to a stake on the side of
said road; theme North 61' "0' W.
204 feet to a stone; thence Sout'i
28' V. 60 feet to a stake; thenci
South 63 30' E. 270 feet to the be
ginmntf. The last tract mentioned be
ing the same land of which P. T.
Turner died seized, and being pur
chased from said heirs of P. T. Turn
er by said John Turner.
Beintr the same lots conveyed by
deed of John Turner et ux to Vird
H. Colvard as recorded in the re
cords of the Register of Deeds for
Haywood County, in Book No. 60.
This the 21st dav of June, 1920.
NOTICE OF TRl'STEE'S SALE.
thence with said line S. 3' 10' W.
12 H poles to a stake on side of the
ridge; thence S. 87 39' E. 17 2 3
poles to a stake, Sinclaire's corner;
thence N. 3 10' E. 11 H polr? to the
beginning, containing 1 acres more
Sale made persuant to the power
conferred upon me by deed of trust
from W. J. Jenkins and wife M. O.
Jenkins, dated the 10th day of August,
1909, and recorded in Book N. on
page 76. record of deids of trus- of
Havwood County, N. O.
This the 1st day of July, 1920.
OSCAR L. SMATHERS,
On Saturday the 31st day of July
19iC, at 11 o'clock A. M. at the court
house door in Waynesville, North
Carolina, I will sell at publiv outcry
to the highest bidder for cash, the
following land and premises, Tying
and being in the Town of Clyde, Hay
wood County; and described by mee's
1','iii bounds as follows:
Beginning at a stake in center of
Pigeon roud and corner of the II. 0.
Sinclaire lot. and runs with sard
road S. 86' W. 17 poles to a stake
in the edd Shook anil Smuttier.; line;
For Sale Two Corbeett express
body trucks. One ton and half
which has never been driven and one
two ton which has been driven about
five hundred miles. Will sell for
twenty per cent less list price. $1,600
cash, balance fifteen equal monthly
payments. See S. H. Northcross, 268
Chestnut street, Asheville. Julyl5pd
Army Tents 16x16 feet, good con
dition. Very cheap. Discarded for
permanent buildings. A snap for
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND
ni Duuaings. a snap ior i
action. Camp Wyaconda
nlle, N. C. Julyl5pd ,
Foutain Pen Repairing Any make
of fountain pen repaired by I. H.
Thackston at Waynesville Pharma
STEAK THAT WILL PLEASE YOU BECAUSE IT IS TENDER.
JUICY AND (UT FROM THE CHOICEST OF REEF. JUST ENOUGH
FAT TO MAKE IT IJROIL OR FRY WELL.
Especially Fine and
WHITE MEAT. IN THICK JUICY SLICES. CUT FROM THE BREAST
OF A PRIMK ROASTING CHICKEN MAKES A WONDERFULLY
TASTY SANDWICH. TRY ONE OF OUR PRIME ROASTERS FOR
THIS PURPOSE. YOU WILL AGREE THAT IT IS EXTRA GOOD.
). B. DAVIS, Prop.
Chu ch St.
You Can Refurnish Your Dining
AT LITTLE COST
FROM THE SPLENDID DISPLAY OF NEW
DESIGNS WE ARE SHOWING IN DINING
ROOM SETS. YOU MAY CHOOSE SINGLE
PIECES OR COMPLETE CETS AS YOU
WISH. AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES.
MEDFORD; f URNITURE COMPANY
Under and by virtue of an order
of the Superior Court of Haywood
County, made in the special proceed
ings entitled W. A.Grahl, Adminis
trator of J. L.Grahl, deceased, vs.
Joseph C. Grahl, et al., the same
being number upon, the special
proceeding docket of said court, the
undersigned commissioner will on the
2nd of day of August, 1926.' at 12
o'clock at A.M., at the court hoiise
door at Waynesville, North Carolina,
offer for sale to the highest bidder
for cash that certain tract of land,
lying and being in Clyde Township.
Haywood County, North Carolina, and
more particularly described as fol
BEGINNING on a chestnut in Rho-
darmer's boundary line and runs S.
10 . 45 poles to a stake in a
branch; thence N. 88 W. 23 poles to
a small chestnut oak in Rhodar
mer's west boundary line; thence with
said line N. 2' E. 43 2-3 poles to a
stone; thence S. 89 E. 27 poles
to the BEGINNING, containing
Eight (8) acres.
Beiiiu- the same property sold and
conveyed by Bob Swanger, et al., to
John L.Grahl, by deed dated Febru
ary 7, 1893, and recorded in Book 3
page 584, Record of Deeds of Hay
SECOND TRACT: BEGINNING
on a chestnut on top of a ridge and
runs north with the old line between
Medford and Stamey line 18 poles
more or less, to a stake in the road;
thence with road 52 poles to a stnke;
thence S. 24 poles with the cross
fence to a rock; thence with the old
line, about 48 poles to the BEGIN
NING, containing Six (fi) acres,
more or less.
Being the same lands conveyed
from D.C.Shook and wife, Mattie
Shook, to J. L. Grahl, bv deed dated
October 17, 1891. and recorded in
Book No. 12, page fi07. Record of
Deeds of Haywood County.
THIRD TRACT: BEGINNING on
a small chestnut oak, J. L. Grahl and
W. T. Rhodarmer west corner and
runs S. 2" W. with Rhodnrmer's
west boundary line, 152 poles to a
stake in said line; thence S. 88J E
22 poles to a mountain oak on the.
side of ridge near small drean; thenco
N. 5 E. 15'a poles to stake in
branch; thence N. 88 W. 2.'1 poles to
the BEGINNING, containing 2 5-32
acres, more or less.
Being the same land sold and con
veyed by W.T. Rhodarmer to J. L.
Grahl, by deed dated the 21st day of
March, 1900, and recorded in Book
12, page 608, Record of Deeds of
Tins the 21st dav of June, 1926.
W. A. GRAHL,
July 18c Commissioner.
, Bv Morgan 4 Ward, Attorney.
Agent wanted in territory. Sworn
proof of $75 per week. $1.50 and
hour for spare time. Introducing
finest guaranteed hosiery. 126 styles
and colors. Low prices. Auto furn
ished. No capital or experience nec
essary. Wilkit Hosiery Company,
Dept. M-92, Greenfield, Ohio. 18July
Genuine Improved Porto Rico po
tato plants, 5,000 up $2.00 thousand,
cash. Fully guaranteed. Southeas
tern Plant Farm, Baxley, Ga. 17Junp
One Hundred Pounds $3.50
Hop Flavored Malt Syrup $5.75
per dozen cans.
AMERICAN MALT CO.
280ct. c Albemarle, N. C.
MALT FOR SALE.
Plants for Sale Sweet potato, to
mato, cabbage and collard plants,
$1.50 per , 1,000. Shipping daily.
Dorris Plant Co., Valdosta, Ga. 18Juy
haarlem oil has been a world
wide remedy for kidney, liver and
bladder disorders, rheumatism,
lumbago and uric acid conditions.
correct interna! troubles, stimulate vita!
(ana. Three sisc. AS druggists. InaU
cm tha original (ttutio Cold Msoal.
Put in City Water
The many advantages of having city
water can hardly be reckoned in dollars and
Your house your garden your lawn
your barn or your garage will be bene
fited in many ways by having city water.
Perhaps you think the expense will be
too great. But let us furnish you an estimate,
free of charge, and then you will kpow definite -ly
how little it costs to have this convenience.
We do all kinds of
repair work also.
L. A. MILLER
Plumbing, Tinning and Heating
Phone 52 Montgomery Street
As a Whole at $197.00 Per Acre
163 acres of land that has been subdivided into small
Villa Site Tracts. Our office can guarantee the sale of
four of these tracts approximately 16 acres for
$12,000 over one third of total cost providing some
one will take over this land guarantee delivery and
improvements. This property is just one and one-half
miles from the Postof f ice, one-fourth mile from
cement road, on good rock road, very high with a
wonderful view from each site, good Terms with
satisfactory release clause.
We will be glad to furnish additional infor
mation and show property to to any-one
Hunt & Reece Realty Co.
Waynesville, .N. C.
117 Main Street . , Phone 182