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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1931
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAIN EE K
.(.'Rev W. O. Goode, pastor
Sunday School 9.45
Priaching- Service 11:00
Epworfh League 6:45
Evening Sermon 7:30
."'..' WAYNESVILLE BAPTIST
Rev. H. V. Baucom, pastor
Sunday School 9:45.
"T L.Green, Supt.
". "Preaching 11 :00
. B. Y. P. U. 6:30.
Evening Sermon 7:30
Money To Be Made j
From Timber Says
Harry Rotha, Expert
CANTON BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. A. V. Joyner, Pastor,
Sunday School, 10:00 A. M.
Preaching Service, 11:00 A. M.
B. Y. P. U., 6:30 P. M.
Evening Sermon, 7:30
In writing for the Farmers Federa
tion News, Harry Rotha, has the fol
lowing to say in regard to planting
trees and the profit is there for the
farmer who plant:- them:
One p'ec of good news for our
farmers of Vest:rn North Carolina, is
the announcement of the Champion
Fibre Company, that they are going to
spend ono million dollars enlarging
their paper plant at Canton, which
work will he completed within the
next few months. By enlarging their
paper mill they will be able to use up
the surplus pulp they make in their
i pulp mill, and this will assure our
farmers of a steady market for pulp
wood in the future, and will also give
work to a good many extra men at
If the Champion Fibre Company
show their faith in this section by
spending more money on their plant,
we should show our faith in the fu
tuie markets they offer for puipwood,
by planting seedling
NOTICE OF TRUSTEES
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Under and by virtue oi ;he power
contained in a certain Deed of Tins,
executed by Mattie Turner, and hus
band, P. D. Turner, to J no. M. ljueen,
Trustee, dated the 30th day of De
cember, 1920, and recorded in the
Record of Deeds of Trust in Book 19.
page 152, office of the Register of
Deeds of Haywood 'County, North
Carolina ; default having been made i
the payment of the notes and indebt
edness thereby secured, and the hold
er thereof having requested an ap
plied to said Trustee that said Deed
of Trust be foreclosed for the purpose
of satisfying said debt, the under
signed Trustee, will offer for sale and
sell at the front door of the Court
House in the Town of Waynesville, N.
C. (being at the Masonic Temple) at
12 o'clock noon, Friday the 18th
day of December, 1931, to the highest
bidder for cash, the following de
scribed real estate, to wit
to C. Y. Bell and wife, Louise Be
ll1 and 11, Block 5, which map is
METHODIST CHURCH, SOUTH
; ;! CANTON
Rev. Carlock Hawk, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Morriing Worship, 11:00 A. M.
Epworth League, 6:30 P. M.
Preaching, 7:30 P. M.
ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Waynesville, N. C.
Rev. Arthur J. Racette, Pastor
1st. and 3rd. Sundays at 8:30, Mass
2nd. and 4th. Sundays at 10:30,
Mass and Sermon.
" HAZELWOOI) PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. Orie C. Landrum, Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 A. M.
T. G. Stump, Superintendent.
Services 11:00 A. M. 7:30 P. M.
. Prayer Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P. M.
Junior and Senisr C. E. at 6:45 p. m
Being in Crabtree Township; Begin
ning at a stake in Pigeon River oc
trees on ouriposite the mouth of a small -brancn:
waste and washed lands 'ind grow thence up said branch N. 64 degrees
them into puipwood sizes. These! E' 397 a .tlience N- ?
-(Svvo i.vV (1 SMAt' litill UK
by deed from D. H. Clark and, wit ! ' rt'V,riitli 1,1 the ollice of 1W Register
Cenie J, Clark, bv date January -"ith i 01 -"-'V11 01 "aywood bounty in Kec
1926. and recorded in the Register ,.f ! ord 01 Maps No- "A, page 1, 3, 5
Deed's Office, in Havwood County, i"1''" tu Jvn'cn rem'd reterence is
North Carolina. Book 70. Mage 3SS P ma'eir,a "wre privet .
t. which record references hereby ! veyed; lam'S atl"
This su.e made pursu.im to. under v , ,n a llt,0(, from th(1 Sl,,llhtrn
ar.d by virtue of the nowcr el Assembly to Mattie Covington, In
contained in hat certain do. ,1 ot , daUHl Antfust ,oo0, ,
trust executed by ( . . Bell and wife. 1 ..,,!.) i ,h m-., .,f f ..,;.....
inem into puipwoou sizes- i nese
seedlings if taken care of and fire
kept out will grow into puipwood sizes
within a few years and will pay for
the trouble to the farmer by paying
him nice dividends when .the trees are
Two men can plant easily 1,000
tree seedlings in ten hours. This
means more than one acre per day for
two men and if two of you farmers
who are neighbors would swap work
in this planting you would not be out 1
cent for getting your forest planted.
If the farmer who has woodland that
has been cut over or worn out fields
would start planting seedlings now,
planting one acre each year, it. would
not be long until this same farmer
would be selling one acre of timber
each year and be assured of an an
nual income for the rest of Itir life,
ns well as leaving timber for his
children to utilize.
We have a market right horP at
home that will pay us from One and
One-half Million to Two Millions of
1 ouise Bell, to Insured Mortgage
Bond Corporation of Winston-Saicm.
North Carolina, and Union Trust
Companv of Maryland Trustees, date :
March 15th, 1927. :nd rec-de 1 . in
Book of Deeds of Trust No. 21. nam
l:. Record of Deeds o' Trust of May
wood County Nort'i 'Carolina., an :
pursuant to judgment .docketed in
Office of Clerk of Suo-rioi Court t'
Haywood County, North Carolina, and
pursuant to Order of Clerk of Su
perior Court of Haywood County, N.
C. for a resale of srfid property after
bid of prior sale had been duly
' This the 1st day of December, 1931,
Isured Mortgage Bond Corpor
ation of North Carolina, and Un
ion Trust Company of Maryland,
Dec. 3 10 Trustees.
Deeds of Haywood " County, in Book
of Deeds 37, page 270, to which said
record and deed reference is hereby
Sale made pursuant o the power
conferred upon me by d.'ed of trust
executed by Mattie Covington dated
May 11, 192S, and r. -corded in Book
of Deeds of Trust No. 23, page 6n,
office of Register of Deeds of Hay
wood County, to which reference is
made for all the terms and conditions
of the same
This 12th day of November, 1931.
GEO. H. WARD. Trustee.
Nov, 19-26-Dcc. 3 10
CLYDE METHODIST (CHURCH
Rev. F. O. Dry man, Pastor
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m., Ed
win Fincher Supt. Young People's
Division each Sunday evening at
':O0. Preaching each Second and
fourth Sunday at 11:00 a. m. Prayer
neeting each Wednesday at 7:00
). m. W. M. S. each Thursday after-
won after the First Sunday.
LONG'S CHAPEL, Lake Junaluska
Rev. F. O. Dryman, Pastor
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m., R. H.
Terrell, Superintendent. Young Peo
ple's Division each Sunday evening
at 7,:00. Preaching each First and
Iliird .Sunday at 11:00 a. m. Prayer
neeting each Thursday at 7:00 p, m.
V. M. S. meets each Tuesday after
won after the first Sunday.
GRACE CHURCH IN THE MOUN
TAINS." ( Ej..scopaI.-)
Rev. Albert New, Rector.
18 a. m. Church School-
11:00 A. M. Sermon.
The Rector is also in charge of St
lary's, Micadale, St. John's Sylva,
nd St. David's, Cullowhee.
head of said branch ; thence N. 57 de
grees 30 minutes E. 200 feet to a wal
nut; thence N. 45 degrees 45 minutes
E. 493 feet to an apple tree; thence
N- 38 degrees E. 268 feet to a stake;
thenoe N. 37 degrees E. 221 feet to a
stake; thence N. 33 degrees 45 min
utes E. 275 feet to a stake on top of
ridge; thence N. 21 degrees W. 625
feet to a stake on said ridge in .1
Kinsland's line, said stake being 205
feet from Kinsland old corner; tnence
with said line S. 89 degrees K. 205
feet to said Kinsland old corner;
theme N 3 degrees 30 minutes E. 858
feet to a stake in Long Branch; thence
with said Long Branch 3 calls; S. 63
degrees 15 minutes E. 231 feet S. 69
degrees 30 minutes E. 264 feet N. 8li
degrees E. 165 feet to a stake at the
mouth of a small branch or ditch;
thence with the sanle S. 26 degrees
K. 280 feet; thence S. 18 degrees 15
minutes E. 132 feet; thence S. 7 de
grees 30 minutes W- 271V feet;
thence S. 18 degrees 30 minute K.
148 '-i feet to maple; thence North
64 degrees 30 minute East l23'i
feet to a White Oak, Dotson
corner; thence S. 1 degree 30 minute
E. 478 feet; thence S. 9 degrees Vt)
minutes W. 404 ' feet to a stake in
the edge of field; thence S. 5 degrees
Dollars. each year for pulp wood alone, ; HO minutes W. 1072M; feet to a stake
id if we want to keep this monev at 1 0,1 sidt' of the ru- the'i S. 21 de
m0f IKrees E- 1039V feet to a Black- Oak
me, we must make, provismn fo, ((iwn), Terrell's corn,; thence S:
this market and start planting seed
lings at once and keep it up. If we do
not do this planting we will do the
same way a number of Northern
States have done, lose our wood mar
ket to other States; back twenty-five
years ago when some of these North
ern States should have been planting
seedlings to supply their pulp mills
they neglected doing so and today
some of their paper mills are import
ing pulp wood from foreign countries
and in many cases their paper mills
moved to other states.
While you are planning your next
year's crop why not also plan some
timber planting? We will be glad to
go over your proposition and help you
53 degrees W. 222 feet to a hickory
thence S. 65 degrees W..140S feet to
a Spanish Oak ; thence S. 74 degrees
W, 231 feet to a Whit Oak: thence
S. 51 degrees W. 198 feet to a .Spanish
Oak; thence S. 25 degrees W. 239V.'
feet to a hickory; thence S. 3S de
grees VV. 363 feet to a Black Cum at
the branch; thence S. 52 degrees W.
668 V feet to a Dogwood; thence N.
69 degrees W. 288-Vfewt to a Maple
on the bank of the river; thence to
the corner of the river; thence down
the river; to the Beginning contain
ing 131.85 acres more or less- To-
, gether with a right of way for a road
lor the use of the lands of the taid
Mattie Turner and Mollie Allison
from a point in the present road way
at said Branch near the lieginning
corner along said road way down the
river to the present ford of the river,
wnicn said roadrshall le 14 toot in
lay your timber planting plans and i width and across which 110 fence shall
see that you get the proper kind of I bc, bmlt n?r gates nor bars c-Wstruct-
seedlings to plant
ed except by consent.
This the 17th day of Nov., 1931.
JNO. M. QUEEN,
A solid gold ring set with brillinn'
was found by Helmuth Voight at
tached to the right foot of a pheasant
he shot near Lyons, N. Y.
HAZELWOOI) BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. J. M. Woodward, Pastor
Sunday School, 9:45.
Preaching services at 11 and 7:30
'clock on the 1st and 3rd Sundays.
B. Y. P. U. 6:30.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7:30.
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Rev. F. O. Dryman, Pastor.
Sunday School, 9:45.
Epworth League, 6:45.
Nov. 19-26-Dec. 3-10-17
"I began tak-
Dr.1 R. P, Walker, Minister.
Sabath School, 9:45, A. M.
R. L. Prevost, Supt.
Morning Worship, 11:00 A. M.
Christian Endevor,. 7:00 P. M.
Mid-week Prayer service Wednes-
iy 7:30 P. M.
W. J. MASON'S YCA PEL
(Manufactured at Hazelwood,
A tonic, probably the best
known that is proving good,
F"or sale at Robert Teague's
J. B. FREE, Sole Agent
Cardui when In
a weakened, run-down
condition," writes Mrs.
F. S. Perrit, of Wesson,
Miss. "I took one bot
tle, and I seemed to im
prove so much that I
sent for six bottles. Af
ter I had taken the six
bottles, I seemed entire
"Before I took Car
dui, I was nervous, rest
less, blue and out of
heart. I felt depressed
all the time. After I
took Cardui, all this
"I gave my daughter
Cardui and it helped to
relieve irregular . . ."
This medicine haa been used
women for over 60 :
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
The defendant, Elisha Monteith,
will take notice that an action
entitled as above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina, by
the plaintiff, Hazel Monteith, against
the defendant for the purpose of se
curing an absolute divorce on stat
utory ground; and the defendant
will further take notice that he is
required to appear at the office of
the Clerk of the Superior Court of
Haywood County at the court house
in Waynesville, North Carolina, on
the 4th day of January, 1932, and
answer or demur to the comphint
of the plaintiff filed in said action 01
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in said com
This the 2nd dav of December, 1931
W. G. BYERS,
Clerk Superior Court.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT HE
FORK THE CLERK.
WILLIAM T. HANNAH, ADM'R.
OF ALBERT T. JOLLY, DECEAS
SILAS JOLLY, ALFRED JOLLY
AND WIFE, RIND A JOLLY, GIL
BRIGHT JOLLY AND WIFE,
MAGGIE JOLLY, CLEMENTINE
JOLLY PALMER, JANE JOLLY
WALKER, AND HUSBAND R. L.
WALKER. CLOE JOLLY Mc
CRACKEN. AND HUSRAND BIL-MI-:
McCRACKEN.. MAMIE JOL
LY. SUSIE JOLLY BANKS AND
H USB AND, .... BANKS. YU
Ll AM H. JOLLY AND II IMA
MAE JOLVY, a Minor, Def.n
ilants. The defendants MAMIE JOLLY.
SUSIE JOLLY BANKS and hushai, 1
,, . . . .BANKS. WILLIAM H. .WIL
LY.. and L1LI.IA MAE JOLLY (Min
or) will take notice that an ;i't io
entitled as above has iieeii eoninieiice.1
against them, in the Sii.-)erior. C'uvt
of Haywood county, (he said pi.rixi'
of the action being to sell land;- to
Create assets; and fh defen:l,ints
MAMIE JOLLY. St'IE ,'OLLY
BANKS and husband BANKS
WILLIAM II. JOLLY WD I.I'.i.IA
MAE JOLLY wlli fun her !al nn
ticu that they are .requ.re I. to appear
:H the office' of the Clerk of t,.- Sti-re'-ior
Court at his -ific" in Wav'nes-
ville nut later than 'ten ,10) ilavs
from, the completion' ,.f thir - service
and answer or demur to the petition
filed herein or the pe,it.ioner will :n--ply
to the Court for the relief- de
manded in said ptition.
This the 2nd dav of Di et nibcr.
W. G. BYERS,
Clerk of the Superior "or !
Dec. 3- 24.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Thursday, the 17th day of
December, 1931, at 11:00 o'clock A.
M., at the ; Court house dor,r in the
Town of Waynesville, Haywoorl Coun
ty, North Carolina, the undersigned
Trustees, will sell at public out cry
to the highest bidder for casli the
following described lands and prem
ises, lying and being in the Town '.f
Canton, North Carolina, and fully
described as follows: .
BEGINNING at a stake in he
North margin of . Pennsylvania Av
enue, R. D. Coleman's Southeast cor'
ner and runs with ths North margin
of said Pennsylvania Avenue S. 87
degrees 15 minutes E. 75 feet to a
stake; thence N. 20 degrees 30 rain
NOTICE OF -SALE OF IIONDS
TOWN OF HAZELWOOD.
FUNDING AND BONDING LOi
Sealed bids will be received u.i(:i
10 o'clock A, M., December U.th. 193!.
by the Local Government ( omiiii.s; :. n
of North ( ardina, at, its office lu :i.
City, of Raleigh, N-. C, for the follow
ing bonds of the Town of Hazelwood
N. C: $6,200 Funding Bonds: dat.
August 1. 19. H maturing annuailv
on August 1st, $200.00, 193-1. ami
jdihi.uu J .).(!. to l!Mti, inclusive, and
$7,500 Refunding Bonds, dated Au
gust 1, 19. il, maturing annuailv on
August 1st. $500.00 1934 to 194H.
Denomination: $200.00 and $..00 00
principal and interest. (F- .and. A. 1)
payabie at the Central Haimvi'r l;.nk
and Trust Companv in the ( itv f
New York. N. Tr ., in lawful monev;
unlimited tax; coupon bond : no op.
tion of payment before m uuntv : de
livery on or about December 20. f'.Ul
at place of purchaser s choice. I her'
will be auction.
Interest rate 6 per rent per annum
The bonds will be awarded at the
highest aggregate price olferrd, no'
less than par and accrued mteroru
aparaie ias ror me reperate issu' s.
respectively, are required.
The approving opinion of Messr
Story, Thorndike, Palmer & Do l-v
Boston, .Mass., will be furnishe I ihi
Bids must be ciWlosed in .1 sealer'
envelope markeiy "proposal for londs
of the Town of rflazelwood" and be ac
companied bv n certified check upor
an incorporated bank or trust romp?
ny payable unconditionally to the or
der of the State Treasurer for $271-
f,n TL :.ux . u 1:1.. :
I " 1 111? iii;iil l,j 1 eje, l uji inns t
LOCAL CO L RNMK NT COMMIS
By: Chas. M. Johnson. Direct o
of Loval Government and I',v
"V" S.'cretary of the ( om-
On Monday, December 14tn, 19;ji,
at eleven e'dock a. m., at th court
neuse door in the lown of VVavnes-
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Monday, December 14, 1931, at
eleven o'clock a. 111. at the court house
door in the Town of Waynesville,
Haywood County, N. C 1 will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder for
cash the following described lands
and premises lying and beiius in said
BEGINNING at a stake on the
hank of Penland Cove Branch, which
is East 81 poles from u buckeye,
Crawford corner, on the east bank
of the East Fork of Pigeon River, and
runs thence from said stake S. 73
poles to a hickory; thence S. 71. de
grees E. 14 coles; thence S. 45 de
grees East 58 poles; thence South
23 degrees East 102 poles; thence
South 100 poles to a chestnut
thence N. UN poles to a chestnut;
thence S. tiO degrees E. .' 1 poles to
a chestnut; thence N. 132 poles to a
stake at a branch or creek; thmco
N. (HI degrees W. 42 poles to a stake
at saiil creek; thence N. 71 degrees
W. lit poles to a stake at aid i reek ;
thence S. 71 degrees W- 33 poles
to a stake in said creek; thenct
West about ISO poles to a point
where said line st rikes the mountain
road about 40 .-'poles from the irver,
and runs thence with said road in a
southeasterly direction about, 12 poles
to a point due ..north of the beginning;
thence South about !H poles to the
HK.GINNING, containing. 300 acres
more or less as. per survey and plat, of
J. W. Seaver. Being the same land
described in a deed from E. W. Sharp
and wife. M, M. Sharp, to T. C Nor
ris. dated (he 2nd day of March, 1920,
and recorded in Book 51, .page 507.
Record of Deeds 'of Haywood County."
This deed of trust is made subject.
to any conveyances heretofore made
bv T ('. Norris an I wife,. Irene
Norris, from the foregoing boundary.
Sale made pursuant to the power
conferred Upon 1110 'iy (Iced of trust
ekocuted by T. C. Norris and wife.
Irene Norris, dated 1st September,
1927, anil recorded dn Book of Deeds
of Trust No. 24, page 24, .; office : of
Register of. Deeds of Haywood (oun
tv. to which reference is .nude for m1'
th" f rms and rnnditi ins of the Mirar
I his the 12th dav of November
GEO, H. WARD, Trustee
M. S A'- IV. Attv-N-iv.
for cash the following lands and
premises, lying and being in Haywood
County, North Carolina, and more
particularly described as fellows:
BEGINNING at the center of Pig '
Cogburn's line to a pine stump;
thtnee continuing with Mrs. Cog
burn's line, N. SI deg. 10 min. E. 62
poles to a white oak stump in the
hollow; thence down said hollow and
branch as per Terrell's survey, as
follows: S. 9 deg. 45 min. w! 6-S2
poles; S. 13 deg. E. S poles; S. 1 (iev
30 min. E. 1 f-52 poles; S. 18 deg :
59 min. E. 10 poles; S. 5 deg. 15 min
E. 4.5ti poles; S. 12 deg. 30 min. lfc
poles; S. 10 deg. 30 min. E. S pules tc :
Pigeon River; thence same courst
tc center of said River; thence up
the center of said rifer to the BE
GINNING, containing Sixty (CI
acres, more or less.
From the foregoing is excepted and
not included to be conveyed, 29 acres
Sale made pursuant to the power
conferred upon me by a deed of trust
goon River, and run.- with Sophia
Cowan line of lot No. 3, of the W. P.
Ford lands two calls: N. 1 de. 31
min- W. 90 poles with old marked lint
to a stake 011 the South side of an olo.
road ; thence N. 49 deg. W. 28.4 poles
to a pine, corner of lot No. 2 ot said
Ford land; thence with line ot said
lot, four calls as follows: N- 8fc
deg. W. 9.3 poles to a vvk on top ol
the ridge; N. 42 deg. 15 min. W. . 2i
polcs to a large white oak, old cor
ner; S. 71 deg. 40 min. W. 54.8 poles
crossing small branch to a stake neat
two large maples; N. 54 deg. 50 min
W. 18 poles to a stake and sourwood
pointers in Robilnson's line; thenct
with Robinson's, line, three calls as
follows: S. 22 deg. 45 min. W. 1
poles to a stake; N. 78 deg. W. 15.C
poles to a stake; S. 35 deg. 30 min. E
71.8 poles, passing Robinson's cornel
st the branch and with Mrs- G. A
executed by C- F. Fish, dated Novem
ber 9, 1929, and recorded in Book 25,
nt page 106, Record of Deeds of Trust
of Haywood County.
This the 21st day of November,
F. R. MEASE,
Nov. 2ti-Dec.-3-l 0-1 7 Trustee.
The undersigned has qualified as
I'xocutor of .Grace C. Plott, deceased. -Any
. persons' having ( lair.-. ; against
said estate will file with the under
signed sworn itemized statements of
said claims on or before the 19th day
of November, 1932, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery of
This the 19th dav of Novemler,
HERBERT PLOTT .Executor
of the estate of Grace C Plott,,
Nov. 19-26-Doc, 3 10-17-24
LIC A TION
I' M Dover,
-." ;VS, '
The defendant above mined will
take notice that an action entitled
as ibove has beer eorr uienep 1 in thj
up ,,r Court of Hayw Cour-tjr-.
to , i tain a divo.'c on the ground it
adultery; and that :aid defendant
will further take notice that she. is
required to appear before the Clerk,
of said Court on the 2nd day of Jan
uary, 1932, at the Court House in
said Countv. North Carolina, nnil an
swer or demur to the complaint lit
said action, or the plaintiff will ap
ply to the Court for the relief de
manded in said complaint.
I his the 30th day of November,
W. G. BYERS.
1 C lerk of Superior Court, Haywood
ri( i oi iri sid: s s n
sell at public outcry to the highest
biddc for cash the lollowing describ
ed lands and premises lying and be-
ir, WairtiUflinlti Tniirni'ltin 1 1 n
utes'E. -149 fet.to a stake; thence woo-J Vnntv NT '
XT AT' 7 J- . a - a .- l l ' in.jrfi, v.
i. ., ueKrees . ,o ieei 10 a staKP, , Beircr certain lots or narcok o
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
By virtue of power vested in the un
dersigned trustee by u. certain .Deed
of I rust, executed on tin- 30th dav
ot December, 192, by -p. D. turner
and wife, Mattie 4 timer, to John M.
Queen, 'I rustee as i.vjriied m the (,t
fice of Register of -Deuiis ot Haywoo l
County, in Deeds trust Record No.
W, )age 5fi9 et seq., to secure certain
indebtedness therein sot out and oe
fault having been made; in the pay
ment oi the debt therein .secured, ari l
having Ix-en requesteil ny tin- holder
of sai'l indebtedness to sell said prop
ertv to pav said debt, I, John M
Queen, ..undersigned 7 rustee, .will on
.-.il ,. tile 1Mb (lav of Dev, !0.il
at the front door of the (;ourt House
in the lown of Waynesville, (the Ma
sonic Temple now used as the County
t-ourt House,) at 12:00 o'clock mi
flay, sell to the highest bidder for cash,
the following described tracts or par
cels of land, to wit :
Being the FIRST TRACT described
in said Deed of Trust, being a part
of the Turner farm near Eateliff
Cove, Beginning at a stake " at the
edge of the RatclifT Cove Road, which
stake is at a point 940.5 feet from the
intersection of the Wostern boundary
line of the Pritchaxd W. FerKuson
property and said Ratfcliff Cove Road ;
then running along the Wostern boun
dary line, S. 4 degrees 30 minutes
W. 1888 feet to a stake, top of ride
thence S. 75 degrees 15 minutes E.
L) feet, to a stake; thence S. 27 de
grees 30 minutes E. 206.25 feet to a
stake; thence S- 42 degrees 15 min
'ite. 117,37 feet to a stake; thence
running S. 76 E. 130 f.y-t to a stake
and corner of No. 2 thence running
with line and-lot No. 2, N 4 degree
30 minutes E. 2256 feet to a stnko a
sa'd RatclifT f ove road; tln'm e wih
the said rnnd. N- 87 degrees 30 min
ute W. 378 feet to point of Bp"1p-
i n Tl (T rnnfQinln., 1Q . . .
ville, Haywood County, N. C, I wiK ir"'
JNO. M. QUEEN,
J. M. NEWTON
Your Insurance Man
For all kinds of Insurance
W aynexville Insurance Agency
Over the Mountaineer office
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How fo irair CABY'S
Babies, bottlc-fcd or I
anv tendencv to be hi
thrive if tliev iveivi
-teuspooiifiil ol tins old
prescription for the b ,v
I hat is one sure v. ..
bowels to hciillhv -!:'.'
the fret fulness, vonnin-..
to main, and oilier :
Dr. Caldwells' Svr
for anv b.-iliv. F,-,t-Urn- r
of a famous durlnr. 1-ut .
practice .taunht- him (-.':
need to keep their lin e
regular- keep Imie Inn!!
healthy. lor Dr. I la Id v.
in the treatment i w -ones.
lie attended over.t.ii
out loss of one mother or
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Take Thedford's Black-Draught
for Cooatlpatlon, Indigestion,
1 R. D. Coleman's corner; thence S. ?1 I lnrt t-
degrees 30 minutes W. with naid R Asser
. u. Coleman's line 200 feet to the Cai-o'
( This is the same property conveyed
NOTICE OF O A T v
nte m the Towii of Southern ; On Wednesday, December 23 1931,
v. Haywood County, North at eleven o'clock, A. M. at the court
ty fully described in "The hnre -w jn th town of Wn
of the Lands of the vi'le. Nnrtt, famlin, 1 -iii .n .
Assembly" as Lots Nos. 9, oublic outcry to the' highest bidder
Dr. W. B. CALivrli. s
A Doctor's Family Laxalu e