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a Remodeled Clothes
Dperly remodeled, hand-me-suit
or dress no longer has
r for the small boy or fill
home demon t. ratio:: club
get through making new
front old. no; evea
r sister wLI recognize the
nt any more.
formed with a little effort that they i end as the guest of Mrs. Henry Davis 1
look like news.
Of interest to friends was the
wedding of France Rogers and
Millie Crawt'crd. Mrs. Rogers is the
uaughter of "it's. Jonn Crawlorit of
Iron Duff. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers wiil
make their home at the old Rogers
the opinion of Miss Willie I homestead here.
' r, clothing specialist a; i Mr. Hugh McCracken has returned
ege, who has been working j to the New England States whore
demonstration club women j he will resume work. He is connect-
inU parts of North Car
fall to aid them in remod
clothes into stylish new
ing old .-; I rocks into new
tag grown-up clothes and
kern into school togs for
L la the vogue now among
U and, giris," sayi Miss
'Old packing trucks and st
ring searched for out-of-date
of good material which can
r' fain. Discarded garments
re-examined for future
'nalte good looking 'rp-to-lent
from an old one, the
it be thoroughly familiar
Is new in the fashion
would never do to make a
hat could be spotted as a
A study of the fashion
R? in fashions and will offer
as to what might b' done
Ci 'given garment."
""inter finds also that the
.y lend themselves admira
TAing over. The two-piece
V 1 so much is a splendid idea
,'rv ing two old dresses. Last
, ,ight line coat may be
J to the minute by taking
erarm seams a bit deeper
..st line and taking several
he back at the waist line.
discarded suit will give
v. r the small boy's suit and
i's hats may be so traos-
ed with the United States Forestry
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. James an
nounce the birth of a son, Ted James.
Mrs. Gilbert Smith has returned
home after an operation at the Hay
wood County Hospital. Friends are
glad to know that .she is improving
Miss Rose Morris spent the past
week-end with her parents in West
Miss Mable Murry has returned
home after an extended visit with
relatives at Candler.
Mrs. Henry Davis and Miss Harriet
Boyd spent the past week-end at their
homes in Waynesville.
( Left out last week. )
Mr. Hugh McCracken has returned
to Hartford, Conn., after having spent
a brief vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. McCracken. Mr.
McCracken has been connected with
the United States Forestry service
in the New England States for the
past three years.
Pearle and Robert VV. Jones have
returned to Mars Hill College where
they will resume work.
Rev. John Carper, a former pastor
of the Methodist church here, visited
friends in this section during the past
week. Rev. Carper is now located
Ruby Noland spent the past week
Miss Rosa Norris spent the past
week-end with her parents of West
Miss Edna Ferguson v.as a Fines
Creek visitor Sunday.
Miss Mable Murray is the guest of
relative at Candler.
Miss Lucy Fisher is the guest of
Mrs. John Burnett of Candler.
Wilson Fisher and Mark Ferguson
have returned to Cullowhee where
they will resume work with Western
Carolina Teachers College.
Robeson County farmers are bo
ginning to recleun and treat tobacco
seed for planting next season. Th
farm, agent has already cleaned 195
pounds of seed.
Avery County farmers recently
sold 4,000 pounds of onions and 5,000
bushels of Irish potatoes to the Sol
diers Home in Johnson City, Tenn.
FtrlTNTAIN PENS REPAIRED
THE WAYNESVILLE PHARMACY
I. H. Thackston
id You Know-
to neglect your automobile it to squander
savings? IT'S JUST THAT! You save to
at. BE PRUDENT and protect that which you
, dy have by bringing it to us for one of our
: i: a jobs, at the lowest price you have ever been
wA.ed for such High Class Work. Your dollar
Ha farther here, and you may keep the differ-
nurf . . : ;
jzell Sales & Service
Authorized Ford Dealers
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned, VV. C. Ross
and P, D. Deaton and E. M. Hale has
been dissolved and the business here
tofore conducted under the name of
the Waynesville Printing Company
will hereafter be conducted under the
present firm name and stile with the
undersigned, W . C. Russ and P. D.
Datgn as parlours; and notice is
hereby given that E. M. Hale and J.
S. Goode have no connection with said
partnership business operating unde
the name of Waynesville Printing
This the 21 day of December, 1931
WAYNESVILLE PRINTING CO.
P. I). BEATON
W. C. RUSS
ORDERED BY THE COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF HAYWOOD
WHEREAS, the order of this
Board introduced December 7th. 1931,
authorizing an iue of $35,000
Courthouse and Jail Bonds has been
duly published and the time for
hearing protects thereon has arrived
and an opportunity has been given
for protests to be presented,
NOW THEREFORE, ordered that
the said Order is hereby adopted in
the form in which it was introduced
ORDERED BY THE BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS OF HAYWOOD
1. That bonds of the county shall
be issued for the purpose of purchas
ing, constructing, erecting and equip
ping 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 dollars.
2. That a tax, sufficient to pay the
principal interest of the bonds, when
due, shall be annually levied and col
ceoted, that a statement of the County
debt, for other than school purposes,
has been filed with the Clerk and is
open to public inspection.
3. That this order shall take effect
thirty days after the first publication
thereof, after - .final passage, unless
in the meantime a "'petition for its
submission to the voters is tiled,
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 provided in
the County Finance Act. Persuant
to Chapter 214, Public Local Laws
1925, an unforeseen emergency
here by declared tt exist,
I, hereby, certify that th foil-going
is a true and correct copy from
the minutes of a meeting as indicated
of the Board of County Commission
ers of Haywood County, North Caro
lina, held the 4th day of January,
W. H. MeCRACKEN, Clerk
J 7 14 21 2S co.
ning. containing 1 IS acres, morel 1-13 chains to a stake in cent?r of old
or less. I road; thence N. 66 deg. W. ;.50 chaum
Excepting and reserving however, i t a stake. Highway No. 10; ther.ce
from the foregoing and above describ-j with said Highway No. 10 $.03 chains
ed lands andpremises, the house and to the BEGINNING, containing 19.95
lot, known as the U. H. Ferguson acres, more or less, together with full
residence, awarded to the said U. H. free and unobstructed right to use
Ferguson as his homestead, by a Jury the spring located south of the branch
on June 6, 1931, described as follows: in common with the owners of lot No.
BBGINMNG at a stake. 10 feet on which said spring is located,
TRAVEL BY TRAIN
v Southern Railway System
iderable savings offered in Round-Trip fares.
2K-END Tickets on sale Friday, Saturday and
SundaV. final rpfurn limif TiiQcr?r,-ir
I VF w m a AlilllV a utcua v 11 1
mediately following date of sale
(Example) FROM ASHEVILLE
ingham, Ala. .
Jlllotte, N. C. ...
nnati, Ohio. . .
l-!iam, N. C
;itosboro, N. C. .
sonville, Fla. . .
phis, Tenn. . .
Orleans, La. . .
jtgh, N. C
ungton, D. C. .
Regular R. T.
Oneway Fare Week-End
illy Low Round-Trip Fairs From All Stations
Weste n North Carolina to All Distina
tions in the Southeast 1 J
. CONSULT TICKET AGENTS or
Southern Railway System,
Asheville, N. C.
"When I was a glrL I suf
fered periodically with ter
rible palna in my back and
sides. Often I would bend
almost double with the In
tense pain. This would
last for hours and I could
get no relief.
"I tried almost every
thing that was recom
mended to me, but found
nothing that would help
until I began taking
CarduL My mother
thought it would bo
good for me, so she
got a bottle of Oardul
and started me taking
It. I soon Improved.
The bad spella quit
coming. . Z was soon
In normal health."
lira. Jewel Harris,
Sold At AU Drug
Take Theaford's Black-Draught I
for CaniHpmtlon, Indlgesuon,
NOTICE OK SALE UNDER EXE
J. R. Hipps
U. H. Ferguson:
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN
EXBOUTION directed to the under.
signed Sheriff of Haywood County,
from the Superior Court of said Coun
ty in the above entitled action, I will
on Monday, February 8, 1932, at 12:00
o'clock noon, at the Courthouse door
of aid County, (now Masonic Temple
being used aa County Courthouse),
sell to the highest bidder for cash to
satisfy said execution, all the right,
title and interest which the said U.
H. Ferguson, the defendant, ha a in
the following described real estate,
FIRST TRACT: Lying and being
on the waters of Jonathan Creek, ad
joining the land of C. A. Campbell,
J. R. Boyd, Jr., ct al:
BEGINNING on a poplar on the W.
bank of Jonathans Creek and iuk.9
N. 50 W, 90 poles to a stake on the
W. bank of the road; thence down the
road, N. 57 E. 11 poles to a small
sycamore on the bank of the road;
thence N. 17-30 W. 20 poles to a white
oak; on the top of the ridge; thence
N. 27-15 W. 21 poles to a large branch;'
thence up said branch with its va
rious meanderingH as follows: .S. 74
W. 170 feet; S. 73-0:5 W. 7.V feet; S.
78 W. 200 feet; S. 59-15 VV. 1:50 feet;
S. , 50 W; ' 100 -feet; S'.- 2 hi (i0. feet:
S. 21-30 W. 1CJ fet!t: S. 60-30 VV. 100
feet; S. 35 10 VV. 100 .feet; .S, 35 VV !
100 feet; S. 32 VV. 100 fm;'.fS. 4i 3o!
V. jiw ieet; i, w, luei; .1.
52 VV. 3H feet; N., 88, 30 W". !5 ,;
N. 57. 30 W. 80 feet; S. 33. 30 W. 10
feot North 85. 30 W. 8ti feet to a
stake' Maple gone); them e S. 51, ' -30.f
E. 3H poles to; a White Oak in tne
ga-p .of - a .' ridge.; thent-e S. 2i'. VV, 72
r -!es to a stake in I').. A, Owens line;
hence down the ridce S. 54, 30 F;.
8 poles; S. 71 K. 30 p ;..:-; S..7, 30
E. 10 poles; S. 15 K. 9 poles to a
t white thorn at a cliff ; thence S. 15, 30
E. 3 poles to a stake in the road;
thence S. 30 VV. with the road and
I). A, Owens line, 20 poles to a stake;
thence S. "1 .30' E. 30 po!e. to a .stakes
at the Cruek; thencti down ti.e CreeK
S. 76 E. 13 poles; S. 79 E. 11 poles;
South, 71, 15 E. 10 poles; South 43
E. 6 poles; N. 16 E. 10 poles; N. 62,
30 E. 24 poles; N. 73 E.. 6 poles; N.
61 E. 6 poles; K. '34 E. 6 poles; N.
79 E. 10 poles;, N. 20 E. 4 poles; N.
28, 30 VV. 6 poles; N. 49 VV. 6 jxw s;
N. 76, 30 VV. 14 poles; N. 45 E. 12
poles; N. 70 E. 12 poles; N 86 E. 4
poles; N. 54 30 K.: 4 poles; N. 78 E.
13 poles; N. 50 30 E. 18 poles; N.
2. W. 19'ii .poles; N. 19 30 W. 4 poi&s;
N. 30 VV. "22 poles? N. 19 VV., 5 poles;
crossing the main fork of the creek;
thence up the west fork of the creek
S. 64 W. 23 poles to a .small white
thorn on the bank of the creek; thence
N. 58 15 VV. 14 poles to the Beg n-
E. of the N. E. comer of the U. H.
Ferguson dwelling house, and runs
thence N. 10 feet to a stake; thence
W. 100 feet to a stake; thence S. 100
feet to a stake; theuce E. 100 feet to
a stake; thence N. 90 feet to the
point of Beginning.
IN HAYWOOD OOUNTY. adjoin
ing th,e landa of Aneline Haynes et
BEGINNING on a stone standing
by a targe che-stnut stump with point
ers on top of Rich Mtn., the same
being th,e corner of the 76A. tract
of land conveyed by the parties of
the first part to the heirs at
law of Joseph P. Ford, and runs
as follows: N 20' 10' W.
9 poles; N. 35 E. 15 poles, 8 links
to a wnite oak; ,N. 29 45 VV. 20
poles; N. 4" 45' W. 12 poles; N. 62
30' E. 9 poles; N. 29' E. 12 poles; N.
21' 30' E. 14 polea; N. 34 15' E. 12
poles to a stake; thence N. (Var. Vfc)
28 ia poles to a chestnut; thence VV.
(Var. 2 45 ) 321 poles to a stone in
the boundary line of the old Osborne
tract; thence .S. (Var. 2" 45') 120
poles to a stake corner of the 76 A.
tract; thence E. with the Northern
boundary line of said 76 A. tract (Var.
- 4o ) oOij'ii poles to the plae of
Beginning, containing 231 A. more
THIRD TRACT: AUo a certain
tract, lot or parcel of land owned by
U. H. Ferguson on the head waters
ot lines Creek: bound on t.he W.wt
by Glen Palmer and Lawrence Rus
sell, on the North by the lands of
Boyce and Madison Countv line, on
the East by the Madison County line
n - 1 It , . ,
nu ii. v . rerpuon ana on too isoutn
by Jf, M. Noland. beinar all ami
of the lands owned by U. H. Ferguson
on the waters of Fine Creok, con
taining 120 acras more or los
Ihrs the 6th day of January, 1932.
. J. A. LOVVF.
Sheriff of iHaywood County,
with the right of ingresa egress and
regress to and from said spring over
the lands of lot No. 2.
Being lot No 1. of itha Second
Division of the VV. H. Leatherwood
This the 15th day of December, 1921.
J. A. LOWE,
Sheriff, Haywood County, N. C.
Jan. 7-28. (S1GS)
Having qualified as Executrix of
the estate of Root. L. Underwood, de
ceased, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased, to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Waynesville, North
Carolina, on or before December 31st,
1932, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All persona
indebted to said estate will pleas
make immediate payment.
This the 29th day of December,
MARY L. UNDERWOOD,
Executrix, of Robt. L. Underwood,
Dec. 31-Feb 4
IN THE BUPERTOtt COURT
R. L. Lee, Executor of Mary A.
J. W. Rhinehart, ot al , devwew
and heirs at law.
The defendant. Alva Hunter. W .1
Rhinehart, Mrs VV J Rhinehart, Pau!
Rhiiehart and Mrs Paul Rhinehart,
H. G. Rhinehart, and wife, Mrs. H. G.
Rhinehart, will take notice that
an action entitled as above has
been commenced io the Superior
Court of Haywood County. North
Carolina, to k-1I lands t create
assets; and the said defenAtuts will
further take notice that thev are re
quired to appear ut the office of Clerk
of the Superior ( ourt of said County
in the court hou.se in W'aynenville. N.
(Von the 9th day of -February, 1932,
and answer or demur to the petition in i
said action, or (he plmntitV will Up-'
piy to the Court lor fh r-ii
manded in said pemtior..'-
Thi Dec. 31, 1931
Clerk Sueri')i' ( 'our
if -iy.t or.i!
SOT ICE OF KSKCUTIOS
is the time of year that you must keep your feet
dry. Let us repair those old shoes and make them
as good as new, at a small cost. i
THE CHAMPION SHOE SHOP
NEXT WESTERN UNION
STATE OF NORTH ('AiiO'.INA
COUNTY OF -HAYWOOD.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT:
MATTIE LEATHERWOOD. (Wid
ow), EVELYN LEATHERWOOD,
J. THUS. LEATHERWOOD,
EARLE LEATHERWOOD, FRAN
CIS LEATHERWOOD, Minor
heirs of J. Thos. Leatherwood, de
ceased, by their next friend, W, O.
" " -
MOLL IE BRADLEY, .1. P. LEATH
ER WOO!), and J. M. LEATHER
WOOD. By virtue 'of an execution directed
to the undersign from tlie Superior
t ourt ot Haywood Mmr.ty, in the
above entitled action, I will, or: Mon
day, the 1st day of February, 1932', at
the court ho-u.-e door m tne town of
Waynesville, Haywood County, North
Caroh'na, at 11 : 00 A. "AT., -sell to the
highest bidder for eash, to satisfy
said execution, II the right,- title and
interest which the said Mollie l-rad-ley,
J. B. Leatherwood and J, M.
Leatherwood, the defendants have, in
the following described real estate,
to-wit; . -
Lying and being in VVayiiesville
Township, Haywood County, North
Carolina, and fully described as fol
lows: BEGINNING in Highway
No- 10, G rover Leatherwood corner,
and runs thence S. 75 dot;. E, 5.42
chains to a chestnut on too of ridge;
thence up said ridge, S. 60 deg. E.
2.57 chains to a white oak; thenco S.
81 deg. 30 min. E- 4 chaliss to a stake;
thence N. G4 deg. 48 min. E. 7.6
chains to a stake; thence S. 6 deg.
18 min. E. 1-27 chains to a stake;
thence S. 17 deg. 30 min. E. 7.24
chains to a pino stump;- '.hence S.
24 deg. E. 3.45 chains to a white oak;
thence N. 79 45 min. W. 4 43 chains
to a white oak at head of a small
branch; (fhence down and with the
meanders of said branchy 6.32 chain 3
to a maple at the month of a culvert
under the old road; thence with the
center of said bid road, N. 38 15 min.
W. 1.51 chains; N. 5. deg. 30 min. E.
NOTICE OF TRUSTER'S RESALE
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the
power contained in a certain Deed of
Trust executed by MATTIE TURN
ER and HuHband, P. D. TURNER, to
JNO M. QUEEN, Trustee, dated the
30th day of December, 1926, and re
corded in Recovd of Deeds of Trust
in Book 19, Pajre 152, office of Reg
ister of Deeds of Haywood County,
North Carolina, and default having
been made in payment of notes and
indebtedness thereby secured, and the
holder thereof having requested and
applied to said Trustee that said
Deed of Trust be foreclosed for the
purpose of satisfying said debt, and
the Trustee, after due advertise
ment, sold the said property as de
scribed in the said Deed of Trust, at
puonc auction at the Court House)
door in the Town of Waynesville,
North Carolina, on tho 18th day of
December. 1931. and filed the reoort
of said sale in the Clerk's office im
the Book of Sales; and whereas, on
the 28th day of December, 1931, the
said bid as filed, was raised 6 per
cent In accordance with the Statute
and the Clerk of the Sunerior Court
made an Unier that the Trustee re
advertise in accordance with the law
aid re-sell said property as describ
ed in said Deed of Trust. In com
pliance with said Order, the under
signed Trustee will offer for sale anri
sell at the front door of the Court
Hotwe, in the Town of Waynesville,
N. C , ( being at the Masonic Temple
now oecurpied as the Court House
for'. - Haywood '.County), at 12:00
noo'i Saturday, 16th day of January,
1932. to the highest bidder for cash,
the following disorihed real estate,
to wit: "BEING IN CRABTREE
BEGINNING at a stake in Pisreon
Rivi'r opposite the mouth of a small
branch; thence up said branch N. 64"
E. 397 feet to a stake; thence N. 80
K, 95 feet to a stake near the head
Of said branch; thence N. 57" 30
miri.-i. E. 2K) feet to a walnut ; thence
N. 45 ' 45 mins. E. 493' feet to an
apple tree; thence N. 38 ' E. 268 feet
to a stake; thence N 37" E. 221
feet to a stake; thence N. 33" 45
mins. E, 275 feet to a stake on top
of a ridjre; thence N. 21. VV. 625 feet
to a ,s take on said ridge in J. Kins
land's line, said stake being 205 feet
from Kinsland old corner; thence with
said line S. 89 E. 205 feet to said
Kinsland old corner; thence N. 3
30 mins. E. 858 feet to a stake in
Long Branch; thence with said Long
Branch 3 calls: S. 63" 15 mins. E.
231 feet, S. 69' 30 mins. E. 264 feet,
N. XIV E- 165 fett, to a stake at the
mouth of a small branch or ditch;
thence with the same S. 20" E. 280
feet; thence S. 18 15 mins. E. 132
feM; thence S. 7" 30 mins. W.: 271
feet; thence S. 18" 30 mins. E. 148V4
feet, to mapie; thence N. 64 30
mins. E. 123 feet to a white oak,
Dotson corner; thence S. 1 30 mins.
E. 478Vz feet; thence S. 9' 30 mins.
VV. 404', feet to a stake in the edge
of field; thence S. 5 30 mins. W
1072 feet to a slake on sidP of the
ridge; then S. 21" E. 1039 feet to a
black oak (down), Terrell's corner;
thenco S. 53 W. 222 feet to a
hickory; thence S. 65" W. I JOH feet
to a Spanish oak; thence S' 74 W.
231 feet to a white oak; thence S. 51"
W. 198 feet to a Spanish oak; thence
S- 25 W. 239 feet to a hickory;
thence S. 38 W. 363 feet to a blwk ,
gum at the branch; thence S. 52 W,
668 feet to a dogwood; thence N.
69 W. 2Sri feet to a maple on the
bank of th. river; thence to the cen
ter of the river; thence d.)wn the
river to the Beprinning, containing
131.85 acres more or less. Together
with a right of way for a road for
the use of the lands of the paid
Mattie Turner and Mollie Allison
from a point! in the present road way
at said branch near the Beginning
corner along said road way dowm the
river to the present ford of the riv
er, which said road shall bo 1 4 feet
in width and across which no fence
shaH be built nor gates nor baft
constructed eycept by cnsent."
This the 29th day of December,
JNO. M. QUEEN,