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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER.
FJj-Tox your kltch
petizing food untou
the Board of
wood Count- i
on the 20th d
NOTICE OFyBOND SALE.
Sealed proposals will be received b)
nmissioners oi Hay-
thn O'lrt House ii
it 1 ? o cl c nojn
of September, 1926
Hospital Boni-i of
Haywood County, said Bonds to druw
5 per annuni and boar date o Oct
1, 1926, and (to mature as follows:
93,000 on Octy 1 in each of the years
1929 to 1948, inclusive; $5,000 or.
Oct. 1, 1949 (to 1956 inclusive. Said
Bonds to be in denominations o:
$1,000 each iand both principal ant
semi-annual interest to be payable at
Chase National Bank. New York City
The bids for said bonds shall be ac
companied by a certified check upon
an incorporated bank or trust com
pany in an amount equivalent to 2
of the par Value of said bonds, sai.
check to be made payable to P. V
Massey, County Treasurer, and to b
forfeited as and Tor liquidated aim
ages In the;event bidder fails to com
nlv with the terms of the bid.
No bids :for less th:i par will be
considered,! and the right is reserved
to reject any and all bids.
Bids mult be submitted on forms
txi bv furnkhed, and addressed to:
C. F. KIRKPATRICK.
Register of Deeds,
', Waynesville. N. C
Total assessed valuation
for 1925 $20,284.00')
Total bonded debt includ
ing this issue $ 1,018,000
Population 1920 census 23,496
SeptlCc Haywood County.
NOTICE OF TRISTEE'S SALE.
On Saturday, the 18th day of Sep.
tomhiT, 1921), at 11 o'clock A. M.
ait the Court House door in WayiK-.i-villi-.
North Carolina, 1 will sell .it
jiublk' outcry for cash, tiu- lanj ami
i'rcfiiisp.s, ly:nn and bci'itf ::s toe;
'1 KV.nsh;p, and Haywood ( nun y ari l
more particularly :esnilm: . lul ik
iined u- follows:
A tract of lumi knovn as ill.' Thus
Orr I'lace fully described in a deed
from u. J. Hayntjs, Commissioner to
V. R FiTKUson, recorded in Book 27,
Jaj;e -105, Heconl of Deeds of Hay
wood County and the same land con-n-yi-J
to F. I), and Lon Rogers by
.It id from V. T,' Hlaylock, Admr., et
. tl. dated Sept. pi, 1912, and recorded
in Book .'Hi, pagi 2fifi, Record of Deeds
eif Haywood Ctiinty.
Also a tract of 20 acres of land
v. hereon the pirtics of the first part
viow reside conveyed to fie said Lou
Movers by deell duly recorded in the
illii e of Register of Deeds of Hay
proud County,! North Carolina.
ale made pursuant to power con
terril upon ma by deed of trunt from
a. on Rogers lind wife Blane Rogers
rfatfd 27th day of Dec., 192.!, and re
corded in Book 10, page 102, Record
of Deeds of Tfust of Haywood Coun
ty. North Carolina.
Thi the 10th day of August, 1920.
J R MORCAN,
Followina their traditional policy of con
stant improvement with no yearly
models, Dodge Brothers, during the past
eight months, have vastly bettered their
motor cars in many vitl respects.
Indeed, there has never been an equal
period in Dodge Brothers history when
so many refinements of a popular and
fundamental nature have been made.
The public is registering its appreciation
of this progressive industrial service by
purchasing every motor car Dodge
Brothers can build in spite of the fact
that Dodge Brothers production, during
these months, has broken- all previous
records by an impressive margin.
Touring Car $337-00
Coupe . 948.0U
Special Touring Car ... $ 997.09
Special Roadster 995.00
MOREHOUSE GIVES PLAN TO PROTECT
PEOPLE FROM WILD-GAT PROMOTERS
should be owned in the South
IN THE SOUTH there are many great
industries which, with their products,
are known the country over.
One of the erreatest industries of tl-LRouth
is the Southern Railway System,
of the largest employers of Sou'lfv
and women, a large purchaser of Southern
products, and one of the South' largest
taxpayers. It is also foremost ancong the
carriers of Southern products, j
We who .are devoting our Uvea in the
service of this railroad like to calj it ours.
And you who travel on it and sftip on it,
day in and day out, are entitled to call it
yours. - x ; J
It will be a great day for the South and for
the Southern when thousands of small and
large investors of the South spak of the'
Southern Railway System as theirs.
NOTICE OF LAND SALE.
iiijiU- of North Carolina. County of
iiavKoon In the Superior Court
Before the' Clerk.
J. B. J.est, Administrator, of the :
';:;( of J. A. Robinson, deccas- I
T. Kob:nscn and.'wiife, A.
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i.1 i : mm, I huKinl, (iaither ,
, Ciinrles ; IJi.li
Wiliia RlinK Mi
trunk ;KidiiiM:, Allhea
Aliit-n Ritlinc and others,
law of .1. A. Kd)inso'i,
nlw.i . t'.ie pjblic
V In vho;tl i'. may iM.'i.vin ilia;
i. ju. of n order of ;h: Supe-
i ( u:; o' liaywiioi I itnty is
i.a.'.l 'i.i ;he J'iJl day of Autc'J'u. 19 JO.
,-i tne above entitled action decree-
'' sa4e of the hereinafter described
l.r.rU for the purpose of creating as.
r !.:.; to nay debts due bv the estate of
J. A. Robinson, deceased and the cost
of administration, of which land the
said J. A. Robipson died seized and
possessed and which is situated on
the Chambers , Mountain between
('rub tree nd Thlckety on the waters
if Crabtree CreVk in Crabtree and
Heave rdam Townships and which is
described as follows:
Pittinriinir on a chestnut. Riddle's
comer, and runs E. 19 links to a
chestnut; then S. i 1 30' E. 59 poles
10 links to a stake on south bank of
road; then with the "aid road N. 83
i0' E. 7 poles; then 76 E. 9 poles;
then N. 62 45' E. 9 poles; then N.
!6 30' E. 15 poles and 10 link; then
S. continuing with the south bank ol
said road 60 30' R 6 poles; then N.
B4 15' E. 4 poles; then N. GG E. i
poles; then N. 44 i E. 3 poles; then
S. 87 SO E. 3 polos; then N. 62 E.
4 poles; then N. 32 E. 8 poles; then
N. 2 E. 2 poles; then N. 84 30' E.
4 poles; then 66 30' E. still with the
outh bank of said road 88 poles and
20 links to Spanith oak: then N.
9 45' W. 64 poles and 13 links to
stake; then N. 15 30 W. 10 poles;
then W. 64 poles and 8 links to a
Rtake; then S. 14 30 W. 37 poles and
links to the BEGINNING, contain
ing thirty-fiva and one-tenth
By rirtuas of the aforesaid order I
'will therefor offer the above de
scribed land for sale at public auction
to the highest bidder fdr cash at the
onrt house door of Haywood County
on the 13th day of September. 1920,
at 11 o'clock A. M., for the purpose
of creating; assets to pay the debts
due by the estate of J. A. Robinson,
deceased and the cost of administration.-
This the 13th day ef August. 1926.
American Bankers Association Official Who Has Exposed
Fraudulent Schemes for Robbing Savers Draws
Up Set of Rules to Foil Crooks.
By W. R. MOREHOUSE,
Public Relations Commission, American Bankers Association.
ARTICLE NO. IV
THE solution to the great problem of protecting savings
depositors from losing their money in fraudulent schemes
is largely in the hands of our bankers. If they will co-operate
with those who save they can make it hard for
tnese plunderers to continue business. Hasten
the day when our bankers without exception will
gladly welcome interviews with depositors who
contemplate making investments, will urge an
investigation or recommend in the stead of little
known securities investments of unquestioned
responsibility. In every case where customers
call at the bank excited and nervous over some
scheme where by investing a few hundred dollars
they expect to make thousands any banker will
at once sense the situation.
The banker knows that the depositor is being
rushed off his feet, with "Hurrv. hurrv and
get in on the bij? clean-up!" and it remains for the banker to!
caution the depositor against such tactics. In order to prevent
this all that our bankers have to do is to suggest that their cus
tomers make It a rule always to brings
high. pressure salesmen to the bank to pirates go to those who are inexpe
br lr:terro.':aied ri Kurdins their pro-1 need In finance for funds Is because ,
motions This will break up sales tthey can palm off on them so-called in-1
W. R. MorehoutJ
nino times out of ten. for hl'h pres
sure salesmen Invariably avoid belnp
questioned too closely by bankers
who know Investments.
Rules to Follow
Our bankers should urge this In
vestment slogan: "Investigate before
you Invest. Consult your banker first,"
and so Indelibly Impress It on the
minds of their depositors that they
will always be guided by their bank
er's advice in making Investment.
Salient points which should be kept
before the Investing depositor are:
(1) There are three cardinal points
to all good investments, namely safety
of principal, certainty ot income and
(2) Safety of principal Is more Im
portant than a high yield; the promise
of trig returns Is usually a sign of a
(S) It Is like taking a leap la the
dark to Invest la promotions which
axe an unknown Quantity awl for this
reason a thorough Investigation
should always be made.
(4) It la morally wrong. It
criminally so, for any person to Invest
In any proposition he feels is a skin-
game, or which la tainted by trickery
or fraad or opens the way for a fav
ored few to "get In on the ground
Boor," clean up and get oat from under
before the scheme colls pees. Usually
the depositor finds he Is not In on
the ground floor, there la no chance
for bint to clean ap before the scheme
collapses and so he losea all that he
S) If a promotion is as good as
claimed, it would not be necessary for
high-preesure salesmen to resort to ail
sorts of - questionable methods, it
would not be necessary to rush a vic
tim off his feet and sign him op before
he could interview his banker, but he
could be given time to consult others
before In Testing.
W The only reason high-pressure
vestments which in the eyes of men of
experience are valueless.
(7) The glib-talking promoter Is
not a true friend of the savings de
positor but Is a wolf in sheep's cloth
ing, he will resort to any kind ot
trickery to exchui.ge a certificate of
stock for the depositor's cash, bis glit
tering promises are fictitious and he
is planning how he can entrap his vic
tims and relieve them ot their savings
and not how he can make good divi
dends for them.
(8) For every oil well that pays
dividends there are many dry holes
and abandoned drilling rigs, and for
every profitable mine there are many
abandoned shafts, and for every suc
cessful .promotion there are a thou
sand failures, and because ot these
tacts the savings depositor's chance ot
winning la too small to justify the
great risk Involved
() Severe ahooM steer clear, of
stock, shares tar units In world -re vota
tloniiinc tnvestiona which are peddled
in front of empty stores or sold from
house to boose or through the malls.
(10) Every novice Investor should
remember that, as In all Una of beat
ness. Mack sheep have Invaded the in
vestment Held. They moat be shunned,
while investment Arms and salesmen
of responsibility and Integrity should
Lt our banks unite la a movement
designed to protect the depositor
agslnat the schemes of the wiM-cat
promoter in a movement that will
save oar savings depositors from de
spair and from poverty as a result ot
having lost all In a movement that
will tarn Into legitimate investment
channels the millions of dollars which
are now wasted on fraudulent schemes
of one kind or another. The beat
service a bank can render a novice In
vestor is to keep him from making
poor investments by helping: him to
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One Piece of Meat May
Look tike Another
One piece of Meat does
not always taste like anot
her. We are glad to guar
antee your satisfaction with
any Meat you may buy
You Save Money
Just how much you save depends upon how mi:
you jbuy. Each and every .item represents a definite
saving, the aggregate for a year being a 'consider
able sum. V '. .... . v .'..'.
"The Sanitary Market" .'
The City Market.
J. B. DAVIS, Prop.
Phone 1"49 . Church Street. .
make good ones, .
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