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THE WA NESV1LLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1931
"- tRev tV". O. Goode, pastor
, unday School 9.45
"Jreachinf Service 11:00
, pwortb League 6;45
.tlQvening Sermon 7:30
! waynesville baptist
yot.-, Rev. H. W. Baucom, pastor
e Wijnday School 9:45.
Ll LXreen, Snpt.
3 , .peaching 11:00
ar.dT..P. U. 6:30.
ltenhc Sermon 7:30
JANTON BAPTIST CHURCH
ilet4lReT. A. V. Joyner, Pastor,
day Sciraol, 10:00 A. M.
rchln Service, 11:00 A. M.
Z,Y:P:tl., 6:30 P. M.
r rain g Sermon, 7:30
THODIST CHURCH, SOUTH
.- ' CANTON
Walter, Carlock Hawk, Pastor
rning Worship, 11:00 A. M.
worth League, 6:30 P. M.
aching, 7:30 P. M.
1)artOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Waynesville, N. C
n' V. Arthur J. Raeette, Pastbr
and 3rd. Sundays at 8:130, Mass
and 4th. Sundays at 10:30,
ble BLWOOD PRESBYTERIAN
lan CHURC7T . .
r. Orie C Landrura, Castor
Jay School 9:45 A. M
J, Stump, Superintendent.
ices 11:00 A. M. 7:30 P. M.
rer Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P. M.
or and Senier J. E. at 6:45 p. a
DE METHODIST CCHURCH
v, F, O. Dry man, Pastor
school at 10:00 a. m,, Ed-
. fncher Si't. Young People's
a each Sunday evenin, at
areaching each Second and
Sunday at 11:00 a. m. Prayer
f eac- Wednesday it 7:00
1- Iw. M. S. each Thursday after
I IJfter the First Sunday.
i'S CHAPEL, Lake Junaluska
v F. O. Dryman, Pastor
lay Schoo' at b.45 a. m., R. H.
!, Superinte dent. Young Peo
Jivision each Sunday evening
Preaching ear First and
1 "'-Sunday : : 11:00 a. m. Prayer
qualif each Thursday at 7:0 p. m.
fill ) S. meets each Tuesday ifter
fter the first Sunday.
E CHURCH IN THE MOUN-
-", ,r -' i taws." - . .
v. Albert New, Rector,
m. Church School
A. M. Sermon.
Jtector is also in charge of St
' Micadale, St. John's Sylva,
LWOOI) BAPTIST CHURCH
J oX J. M. Woodward, Pastor
j jy School, 9:45.
mag services at 11 and 7:30
on the 1st and 3rd Sundays.
tnd u;P. u. 6:30.
rPER1" eting' Wet'nesday
"S CHAPEL METHODIST
t. F. O. Dryman, Pastor.
$1" y School, 9:45.
rth League, 6:45.
i R. P. Walker. Minister.
b School, 9:45, A. M.
U Prevost, Supt.
h Worship, 11:00 A. M.
Ian Endevor, 7:00 P. M.
Seek Prayer service Wednes-
r METHODIST CHURCH
' Clyde, N. C.
, A. A. Johnson, Pastor,
school 10:00 m.
services first and third Sun
Poultry Profits Cut
By Poor Feeding
Instead of substituting, there has
been considerable subtracting don
in feeding poultry during the present
period of low farm income and as a
consequence, -ome poultrymen are
failing to get the in.ome they should
get from their flocks.
Roy S. Dearstyne, head of the poul
try department at State College, says
considering its great importance,
feeds and feeding for poultry is gen
erally less understood than and other
phase of the industry. This lack of
information is shown especially at
this period when an attempt is being
made to substitute certain feeds on
hand at home for those which should
be purchased or xchanged.
Mr. Dearstyne declares that poul
try requires a balanced nation con
taining protein, carbohydrates, fats,
minerals and vitamins in an available
form. These should be given in the
quantity and of the quality to main
tain the bodily vigor of the fowls and
permit them to lay according to their
highest ability. It is important to
give the birds plenty of water be
cause the fowl's body is 55 percent
water and the egg is over 65 percent
Animal proteins as supplied by
fish meal, meat meal or milk pro
ducts are also necessary. It is not
enough to rely on the vegetable pro
teins supplied in certain of the grain
feeds. The cereal crops of North Car
olina will supply the carbohydrate
feed needed but a little more yellow
corn in pace of white corn woud help.
The fats supplied by grain feed are
usually enough for poultry but min
erals should be supplied by bone meal,
oyster shell, imestone, rock phosphate
and sat. Mineral deficiencies in the
ration are common. Mr. Dearstyne
says all birds must have a sufficient
amount pf vitamins as supplied by
sunlight, green feed and cod liver oil.
Where these are not present serious
troubls have arisen in the flocks.
CARD OF THAN AS
We wish to thank my neighbors
and friends for: their untiring devOr
t'on, help and beautiful flora! offer
ing sent us during the illness and
death of our wife and sister, Mattie
Ferguson Noland. May they receive
The husband and brother.
Limestone, legumes and livestock
seems to r" the only sensible farm
ing system in preparing for 1932, say
xtension workers attending the re
cent farm conferences.
Day and Night
Call ; , . . . . . .70-J
time you are out
of fix as the result of ir
regular or faulty bowel
movement, try Thedford's
Black-Draught for the re
freshing relief it gives
thousands of people who take it
Mr. E. W. Cecil, a construction super
intendent in Pulaski, Va., says:
"When I get con
stipated, my head aches, and I
have that dull, tired feeling juat-j
not equal to my work. I don't
feel hungry and I know that I
need something to cleanse my
system, so I take Black-Draught
We have found it a great help."
Sold In 25-cent packages, r
rW'OMEN who are run-down, or suf
I fer every month, should take Cax-
dul. Used for over 60 years, i-itt-4.
SOT ICE OF TRUSTEES SALE
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Under and bv virtue of :he nuu-pr
contained in a certain Deed of Trus.
executed by Mattie Turner, and hus -
band, P. D. Turner, to Jno. M. Oueen.
Trustee, dated the 30th day of De
cember, 1926, 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 mado .
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 Temph?) at
U p'vock noon, Friday the 18th
jay ei December, 1931, to the highest
bidder for cash, the following de
scribed real estate, to wil:
Being in Crabtree Township; Begin
ning at a stake in Pigeon River op
posite the mouth of a small brancn;
thence up said branch N. 64 degrees
E. 397 feet to a stake: thence N. 80
degrees E. 95 feet to a stake near the
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;
thence 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 .
Kinsland's line, said stake being 205
feet from Kinsland old corner: thence
with said line S. 89 degrees E. 205
feet to said Kinsland old corner;
thence 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. 86
degrees E. 165 feet to a stake at the
mouth of a small branch or ditch;
thence with the same S. 26 degrees
E, 280 feet; thence S. 18 degrees 15
minutes E. 132 feet; thence S. 7 de
grees 30 minutes W- 271 feet;
thence S. 18 degrees 30 minutes E
148 Vi feet to maple; thence Nortft1
t4 degrees 30 minute East 123 V&
feet to a White Oak, Dotson
corner; thence S. 1 degree 30 minutes
E. 478 Mi feet; thence S. 9 degrees 30
minutes W. 404 Vi feet to a stake in
the edge ef field; theiica S. 5 degrees
30 minutes W, 1072 feet to a stake
on side of the ridge; then S. 21 de
grees E. 1039 feet to a Black Oak
(down), Terrell's earner; thence S.
53 degrees W. 222 feet to a hickory ;
thence SL 65 degrees W. 140 Vi feet to
a Spanish Oak; thence S. 74 degrees
W. 231 feet to a White Oak; thence
S. 51 degrees W. 198 feet to a Spanish
uaK; tnence degrees W. 239 Va
feet to a hickory; thence S. 38 de
grees W. 363 feet te a Black Gum at1
the branch; thence S. 52 degrees W.I
668V4 feet to a Dogwood; thence N. 1
69 degrees W. 288 feet to a Maple'
on the bank of the river; thence to
the corner of the river: thence down
he river; to the Beginning contain
ing 131.85 acres more or less- To
gether with a right of way for a road
tor the use of the lands of the said
Mattie Turner and Mollie Allipon
i from a point in the present road way
I at said Branch near the beginning
corner along said road way down the
j river to the present ford of the river,
I which said road shall be 14 feet in
width and across which no fence hhall
! be built nor gates nor bars c instruet-
This the 17th day of Nov., 1931.
JNO. M. QUEEN,
' V 19-2-Dre, 3-10-17 Trustee
NOTICE OF SUMMOXS
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
- . VS. .
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 complaint
of the plai-tiff filed in said action or
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in said com
plaint. This the 2nd dav of December, 1PS1
W. G. BYERS,
Clerk Superior Court.
Dec. 3-24 ' ,
NO TICE OF TR USTEE'S SA I.E
On Tuesday, he 5th day of January, j
at 11:00 o'clock A. M.; at the
Court House door in the Town o.
Waynesville, Haywood County, North
Carolina, the undersigned. Trustees,
iwil sel to. the- highest bidder for
! T-ZVxa - IF' tn ',ollo1w!ng
described lands and premises .lying
. u ue,nK m me iwn ui rvaynes-
vine .naywooa iounty, iNortn car-: premises, lying and being in Haywood Carolina, .the undersigned. Trust -e.
?rAvxf,U described as follows: County, North Carolina, and moreiwill sell at public out-cry to the high
e BEGINNING on a stake in the particularly described as fellows: -'jest bidder for cash the fol'. .wing
i oon t r e 6 01 ualsy AVenue BEGINNING at the center of Pig described lands aii' premises :
I 229.5 feet from the corner of Oak Cogburn's line to a pine s.ump I Lying and being in the Town of
j-Street m the Oak Forest Addition to thence continuing with Mrs. Cog-1 Waynesville, Haywood County; North
T.ralnoS,llIe' thence South 31 08 j burn's line, N, 81 deg. 10 min. E. 52! Carolina, and fully described as fol
of J fV?S a stake: ,thence N. ; poles to a white oak stump in the lows:
58 52 W- (5 feet to a stake : thence I Vinllnw Hhkm 4r,m to ;,i vium a RrniMviwr:
.31 UO lift teet to a Stake In .
the side line of Daisy Avenue; thence
along the Southwest side line of
Daisy Avenue 75 feet to the BE
GINNING. Sale made pursuant to, under and
by virtue of the power of sale con-
tained in that certain deed of trust
.....,...,,..,1 k., I 4 1 -1. : . : j
i i.ui) .-v. ii imp, wiuow,
to Insured Mortgage Bond Corpor-
"'-ion of Winston-Salem, North Caro-
and I'nion Trust Comuanv of
1 Maryland. Trustee, dated August
15th, l;26, and recorded in Office of
the Register of Deeds for Haywood
County, North Carolina, in Book of
Deeds of Trust No. 21, page 4, to
which said deed of trust and Record
reference is hereby made for all the
terms and conditioas of the same.
Sale made because of default in the
payment of the indebtedness securd
This the 1st day of December, 1931.
Insured Mortgage Bond Corpor
ation of Winston-Salem, North
Carolina, and Union Trust Com
pany of Maryland, Trustees.
IX THE SUPERIOR COURT BE
FORE THE CLERK.
WILLIAM T. HANNAH, ADM'R.
OF ALBERT T. JOLLY, DECEAS
SILAS JOLLY. ALFRED JOLLY
AND WIFE. RINDA JOLLY. Oil.
BRIGHT JOLLY AND WIFE, j
MAUUlf; JOLLY, CLKMENTINE
. jolly palmer, jane jolly
walker, and husband r. 1.
walker, cloe jolly mc
cracken, and husband bil
lie Mccracken, 'Mamie jol
ly, SUSIE JOLLY BANKS AND
HUSBAND, .... BANKS. WIL
LIAM H. JOLLY AND LILLI A
MAE JOLLY, a Minor. Defen
dants. The defendants MAMIE JOLLY.
SUSIE JOLLY BANKS and husband
...... BANKS. WILLIAM H. JOL
LY and LILLIA MAE JOLLY (Min
or) will take notice that an action
entitled as above has In-en commenced
against them in the Suorior Court
of Haywood county, the said purpose
of the action being to sell lands to
create assets; and th.i defendants
MAMIE JOLLY, SUSIE JOLLY
BANKS and husband...... BANKS,
WILLIAM H. JOLLY AND LILLIA
MAE JOLLY wlli further tako no
ties that they are require I to appear
at the office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court at his office in Waynes
ville not later than ten (lOj days
from the completion of this service
and answer or demur to the petition
filed herein or the petitioner will ap
ply to the Conrt for the rettef de
manded in said ptition.
This the 2nd day of December,
W. G. BYERS,
Clerk of the Superior Court
Dec. 3- 24.
NOTICE OF TRUSTER'S SALE OF
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA .
By virtue of power vested in tho un
dersigned trustee by : certain Deed
of Trust, executed on tha 30th day
of December, 1926, by P. D. Turner
and wife, Mattie Turner, to John M.
Queen, Trustee as leco; Jed in the ci
fico of Register of Deeds of Haywood
County, in Deeds uf 'Trust Record No.
16, page 569 ct seq., to sucur certain
indebtedness therein set out and de
fault having been made in the pay
ment of tho dobt therein secured, and
having been requested by tiic holder
of sai j indebtedness to sell said prop
erty to pay said debt, I, John M,
Oueen. undersie-ned Trustee, will on I
. i-. i y, ; uie In m day 01 joc. .it.'il
at the front dor of the Court House
in the Town of Waynesville, (the Ma
sonic Temple now used as the County
Court House,) at 12:00 o'clock mid
day, 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 Ratrlilf
Cove, Beginning at a stake at the
edge of the Ratcliff Cove Road, which
stake is at a point 940.5 feet from the
intersection of the Western boundary
line of the Pritchard' W. Ferguson
property and said Itattsliff Cove Road;
then running along the Western boun-
dary line, S. 4 degreesvSO minutes
W. 1888 feet to a stake, top of ridg"
thence S. 75 degrees 15 minutes E.
15 feet to a stake; thence S. 27 de
grees 30 minutes E. 206.25 feet to a 1
stake; thence S 42 degrees 15. -mini.:. West with Walnut Street 50 feet to
utes E. 117.37 feet to a stake; thence the BEGINNING; and
running S. 76 E. 130 f-?;t to a stake
and corner of No. 2; thence running
with line and lot No. 2, N. 4 degrees
30 minutes E. 2256 feet to a stake at
said Ratcliff Cove road; tharse with
the ,sid road, N- 87 degrees 30 min
utes W. 378 feet to point of Begin
ning, Containing 18 acres, more or
t-v; 1 7h dav of Nov.. 1031.
JNO. M. OUEEN.
X,,v. 19-20-D-c 3-10-17 Trustee
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
J ' r v. .r.1
nouse door thp : ' of Wavnps
ville," North' .CaroUna, I will" sell at
nublic outcrv to the hie-hest bidder
for gj, the f0nowine ia.,ds and
hranrh m np Torroll's auri-ou ,1
follows: S. 9 deg. 45 min. W. 6 9k j
poles; S. 13 deg. E. 8 poles; S. 1 He- J
30 min. E. 18 52 poles; S. 18 deg !
59 min. E. 16 poles; S. 5 deg. 15 min
E. 4.56 poles; IS. 12 deg. 30 min. It
poles; S. 10 deg. 30 min. E. 8 poles tc
-, Pigeon River; thence same courst
: , e
u trau'r or sam mver: thence
ine center ot said riter to the BE
GINNING, containing Sixty (61
acres, more or less.
From the foregoing is excepted am
not included to be conveyed, 29 acres
Sale made pursuant to the power
conferred upon me by a deed of trust
geon River, and runs with Sophia
Cowan line of lot No. 3, of the W. IV
Ford lands two calls: N. 4 dc. 31
min- W. 90 poles with old marked lint
to a stake en thu South ke of un olo
road; thence N.M9 deg. W. 28.i poles
to a pine, corner of lot No. 2 ot said
Ford land; thence with line ot said
lot, four calls as follows: N 8K
deg. W. 9.3 poles to a -Ovk on top ol
the ridge; N. 42 deg. 15 min. W. 21
poles to a large white oak, old cor
ner; S. 71 deg. 40 min. W. 54.8 polet
crossing small branch to a stake neat
two large maples; N. 54 deg. 60 min
W. 18 poles to a stake and sourwooa
pointers in Robilnson's line; thenct
with Robinson's line, three calls as
follows: S. 22 deg. 45 min. W. H
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 cornei
it the branch and with Mrs G. A
executed by C- F. Fish, dated Novem
ber 9, 1929, and recorded in Book 25,
at page 106, Record of Deeds of Trust
of Haywood County.
This the 21st dav of November,
F. R. MEASE.
Nov. 26-Dec.-3-10-17 Trustee.
The undersigned has qualified as
executor of Grace C. Plott, deceased.
Any persons having claims against
said estate will tile with the Under
signed sworn itemized statements oi
said claims on or before the 19th day
of November, 1932, or this notice will
he pleaded in bar of their recovery of
This the 19th day of November,
HERBERT PLOTT .Executor
of the estate of Grace C- Plott,,
Nov. 19-2-Dec. 3 10-17-24
NOTICE OF SERVICE
LIC AT I ON
F. M- Dover,
Tha defendant above niined will
take notice that an aclion entitled
as nbovo has beer roirmencei m thj
Sup .,r Court of H:yw I Courty
to 1 1 Lain a divo.x on the ground cf
adulU'ry; and that said defendant
will further take notico that she is
required to appear before the Clerk
of said Court on the 2nd day of Jan
uary, 1932, at the Court Ho--m in
said County, North Carolina, and an
swer or demur to tho complaint in
said action, or the plaintiff will ap
ply to the Court for the relief de
manded in saH complaint.
This the 30th day of November,
W. G. BYE"S,
Clerk of Superior Court, Haywood
Dec. 3 -Dec. 24 County.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S S..LE
Under and virtue of power of sale
contained in a certain deed of trust
mado by Eugenia T- Jones, widow, to
the undersigned Trustee, date.. the
26th day of September, 1929, and duly
recorded in the Office of the Register
of Deeds for Haywood Ciunty, North
Carolina," in Book of Mortgaucs and
Deeds of Trust No. 22, Page 045, to
Which referen.-n is hnr,.hv m,.,l.. .i,l
default having been made in the pay-
ment of the indebtedness secured by
said de"d ot trust, whereby the power
of sale therein containea has become
operative, said undersigned Trustee
will on Wednesday, January 13th,
1932, at 12 o'clock, noon, sell at public
auction, for cash, at the Court-House
door in the City of Waynehville, Hay
wood County, North Carolina, the
following lands and premises to the
BEGINNING on the South side of
W'alnut Street. D. R. Noland's East
corner; thence South " )0!4 West
with said Noland's line. 1 5(1 feel.
Noland and Osborne's corner; thence
INorth 5.1 hast with said Osborne s
line to a stake; thence North 1'-' '
East with Osborne's line, 100 feet "to
Walnut Stroet; thence North 82 Vi
BI ING the same land and prem
ises conveyed to J. E. Crymes, Trus
tee, for Eugenia T. Jones, by J. W,
Ferguson and wife, Hester L. Fer
guson, by deed dated October 26,
1903. recorded in the Office of the
Register of Deeds for Haywood Coun
ty, N. C, in record of deeds IS, on
This conveyance is made subject
to all prior encumbrances of record.
This 10th day of December. 1931.
C. W. BROWN, Truste;-.
Dec. 17-Jan 8.
notice of trustee's sa i.k
On Monday, the 11th day of Jan
uar'. t 11:00 o'clock A. M-.
at the Courthouse door in the Tow.i of
aynesville, Haywood County, N01 th I
In V, r u.
margin of side walk of Love I.ne
with the Southwest marign of
Ray Avenue, and runs thencs
with the Southwestern margin
c Ray Avenue North 52' W
234 feet to a stake in said margin ;
thence S. 10" W. 120.5 feet to a stake
in a branch; thence S. 66' E. 226 feet
to a stake standing at the end of a
rock wall in front of the home of
Mrs. J F. Abel, said stake being in
the Northwest margin of Love Lane
side walk; thence with the North
west margin of Love Lane side walk
N. 10J E. 60.5 feet to the point of
BEGINNING. As poi survey and
plat of John N. Shoolbred. C. V..,
February 21st, 1HL';!.
BEING the same property convey
ed to the said Hugh Abe! an.l wife,
Elizabeth Fudge Abel by Bessie Love
Abel, and husband, Dr I. 1'. Abel,
by deed dated March 7th 10:.. i, and
recorded in Book 59, page dOH, Re
cord of Deeds of Haywood County,
Sale made pursuant tc. umlti and
by virtue of the power 0 .-hi? con
tained in that certain deed of trust
executed by Hugh Abel and wife,
Elizabeth Fudge Abel, to the Com
mercial National Bank of High Point,
North Carolina, local Tru3i?e, bear
ing date of February 15th, 1928, and
recorded in Book of D".? Is of Trd1:.
No. 21, page 440, to which saia deed
of trust and record reference is here
by made for all the terms and condi
tions of the same. Sale made because
of default in payment of the indebt
edness secured by haid deed of trust
This the 9th day of Decebmer, 1931.
Commercial National Bank of
High Point. North Carolina, local
Dec.l7-Jan. 8. Stamey
ORDERED BY THE BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS OF HAYWOOD
1. Tha bonds of the county shall
be issued for the purpose of pur
chasing, constructing, erecting, and
equiping a new courthouse and jail,
and for the purpose of acquiring,
either by purchase or condemnation
any lands needed therefor, in a sum
not to exceed thirty five thousand
2. That a tax, sufficient to pay
the principal and interest of the
bonds, when due shall bo annually
levied and collected, that a statement
of the County debt, for other than
school purposes has been filed wih
the clerk and Is open to public in
spection. 3. That this ord shall take ef
fect hirty days after the first pub
lioat ion thereof, after final passage,
unless in the meantime a petition for
its submission to the voters is filed,
under the County Finance Act, and
that in such event it shall take effect
when approved by the voters of the
County at an election, as piovided
in the County Finance Act, pursuant
to Chapter 214. Public Local Laws,
1921, an unforeseen emergency is
hereby declared to exist.
On motion of Mr. Henderson and
seconded by Mr. Allison, the forego
ing order was unanin usly t opted
by roll call vote.
The following resolution was in -(re-lured
and read to the Board:
KESOLVE that 'he 4th day of Jan-
11a. j, 1932, at ten o'clock, A. M., is . .
hereby fixed as the day and hour foi
hearing protests against the issuance
of bo. Is pursuant to the bond order
int) iidurrd December 7th, 1931.
On motion of Mr. Massey. and sec
ond by Mr. Haynes, the foregoing
resolution was unanimously passed,
by roll call vote.
I hereby certify thnt the- foregoing
" ami or.ed copy rrwm inr ;
I minutes of a meeting, as indicated of
the Hoard of County Commissioners
of lI.aywToxl .County,- North Carlina,
held December 7, 1931. ;
W. H. McC.RACKEN, Clerk.
The foregoing order has been in
trotiured and a sworn statement has
been filed under County Finance Act,
showing the asses.-ed valuation of thu
County to be ' $25,954,209,; and the net
debt for other than school purxses,
including the proposed bonds, to be
$1,431,000. A tax will be levied for
the payment ' of-. .the,, proposed bonds
and interest, if the same shall be is
sued. Any citizen 01 taxpayer may
protest against the issuance of such
bonds, at a meeting of the Board of
County Commissioners, to he held at
their office, at the Courthouse , at
Waynesville, North Carolina, at ten
o'clock A. M. on the 4th day of Jan
uary, 1932, or an adjournment there
This the 7th day of December, 1931.
W: h. Mccracken. .
Clerk to Board of Commissioners.
Dec. 17. 24 31--3t.
Guaranteed Strictly Fresh -"TH
ERE'S A DIFFERENCE-'
Ordcr.s Promptly Delivered
R J. HYATT