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)A1 FEBRUARY .-4,4333
nRSf!HOOT Baptist Intermediate
.w4.'t- - " " ""rr lJinpli'fimlu,.L
fSr. pa,n For New Members
iel sebool closed the first m,fl 1777?"
t- f' members? driv. Ust Sunday
HazeJwood Man Wins
Suit of Clothes Of-,
. EXCEPTISG; from the last above
mentioned trad, however, two acre
it. . w rn? oranen, i,bme
ierea my massie s- tsrvno itves, to weiucte
tA4 prfct amf Mxe,tid rung far
f . , enough below. the sprpi so as to oil
aiesser, ol Hazelwood. was rnnm nni. .. , , .
. - t unHir IN.
- f i vuwv10utu uii last Sl
rhe month total no- 252 L . . " 1 u
v . .vwuiwra was amded into two
. tanr.rr mil for th month . . u
, L V " . sreup aDa points will be riven for
t Kic annm Ttinr ma Itpk I r t i . .
?" - ornooi. airs. H, w. Baucora is
of hootc u cYdy oer mtendpm f ., -i .
, . , ,
the luckiest man in Wavne. villa st. ' sarin a
Thejurday afternoon. When the m,rrh.-0 THIRD
tickets given by
TRACT: Adjoining the
m i i in 1 1 iiu i nun nm n i u i
rie'et attendance: 22
Max Burnette, Larry
he Hyatt, Felbert Revis,
y, Sue Kelly, Irene Rus
Wells, Ruth WeUs. Betty
fi, and Francis West.
ierfecfc attendance 25.
Howard Btirnett, Ray
fin, fcdwin Long, Wayne
tan Hanson, Ruth Ann
trfect attendance 21.
John Abel, Harry Bur
fri Harprave, Charles In
n Johnson, Edwin Sor
ith, Marie Carver, Sibyl
iha Cabe, Delphia Capps,
er, Anna May Lone
Moorp, Edith York, Joy
Dorothy Penick, Geneva
me West, and Mozelle
IPPER CRABTREE NEWS
Mr. Charles Hill of Crabtree and
Miss Myrtle Owens of Canton were
married January 7. They are mak
ing there home at Canton
Mrs. Lrena Rogers, who has been
seriously ill, ia mproving.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edd Sanford
a son, January 23.
Mr. C. B. Allen has re
turned home to his farm from Kew
Hnt Store were nnn .
lected it was found that the person
noMin the first ticket was not pre,s
ent. The second was drawn and Mr,
Messer was holder of the duplicate
This entitled Mr. Messer to any $35
suit of clothes in stock of Massie1
Mr. Massie sUted afterwards that
this is the fourth event like the one
just closed and every prize he has
given away has been won tw v,.,,.,
one i rem Hazelwood
, r UJ IM 1 1 1 I Ifel LI1I
Misirt ru. i .tr8ct and described as follows
j , BtuINNING at a stake in tA ..
small flat and t f.-i.t u;ii
... " mn m im-
I adding i,ne between said bounda
I nes, and runs South 43 ' East 4
poles to a chestnut on point of small
ridge, and just below a small fiV
.stone; thence South 57' East 16 poles
to a stake; thence North 39" East 62
poles to a hickory on top of ridge be
tween Camp and Browning Branches
in the Tate (now Bramlett) line
thence with said top, as it meanders
three calls as follows: 82 V West 16
poles; North 64" West 14 poles; North
57 West 11 n.- nnrl A li-i,..
At Waynesville, Saturday Morning
Prices will be based on New York
Market on Monday previous to sale
Payments made by check on local bank
FOR TAX COLLECTOR
I hereby announce myself as a
York Citv wh
for the New York American paper. jautate t0'' T Collector of Haywood
chestnut on said ridere. corner nf u i jLlj. j. . . . ..... . . ... a.
ihence with idlll
B. Brawninc1 lands
line to the Beginning, containing tot:
acres, and nine poles, more or less;
said tract being described in a deed
from William Browning and wife to
u. . crowning, deed bearing date of
Septemler 4, 1897, as registered in
or Kegister of Ueods of Hay-
A surprise party was given Satur- I txunt. subject to the wishes of thJ wood Countv. in Book 9 af 17-i
.I - I - - . . I rj .
. one, wmcn uwhi ana record rel-
ernce is neroy made
oi tne Democratic Party in
the June Primary.
Your support will be appreciated.
BR VAN' MEIiFOfen
Waynesville Route 2.
feet attendance 27.
fPulton Burnette, Frede-
rV'erdon Oliver. Lenoir
!yatt, Catherine Justice
'feet attendance 20.
Kthel Cabe, Mildred
fy Jane Michael, Myrtle
l.ce West and Cathern
Iert attendance 26.
lavid Edwaixls, Hugh
day night, Jan. 23, at the home of
Mii;s Augusta McElroy- Many inter
esting games were played. The partv
was entertained by Misses Margaret
Sanford and Velda Justice.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Crawford and
son, Wallace, of Enka, spent Sunday
afternoon with Mrs. Crawford nur-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. C I. ITilt , &Xb'CUTOR'S vnr c-
Mr. Dink Wines of Thickftv was l ui vH,'' CAROLIN A.
a visitor to Crabtrpe Simdnv. u
Miss Effli. r.P , ..lr.T"1'
- " "una inortne. deciMH t.;.
--...v..- v .,a,,u, oi-ui. mi- wt-vK-t'iui Hi I 7 "-"'j n jJi-rsons haviiu' Hninw
homo. i against said estate to
1 irlc Is confining,
II eat hurriedly,
le to have indi
. JOas will form
v ; 1 smother and
s In my chest,
ii to be careful
C ite, but after
ri had recom-Black-Draught
iund a small
Ir meals was so
soon was eat-
ng I wanted.
hen I feel the
. pering or un
e bloating, I
f ich of Black
t ind get relief."
fin. 10 Slilppy St,
Miss Wilma Justice hus recovered it his ,fffi. to the ""dsigne,
from scariet fever. J or befo Fe'bru Th'Ssi or 'th?
Little Miss Thomaaenc Noland has I ntice will be pleaded in bar of th!""
recovered from scarlet fever. ! fecwry- All
persons owinjT vui.i
Th'f Zke immediate payment.
Misses Iowa Plemmons and Rubv
Hoglen hiked to the top of one of the
Crabtree mountains last Thursday.
Miss Annie Lou Ferguson visited
Mists Hazel Rogers Sunday.
Mr. Clayton McElroy spent the
week-end in Iron Duff visiting.
A large crowd attended thn sere
nading of Mr. and Mrs. L- J. Woods
inis feburarv 3 1 q:i--
JOHN M. QUEEN.
Estau' Anna North-
'eb. 4-ll-18-25-Mch. 3-10
FOURTH TRAfT- A A ,u..
oXe,vtfact and crbed as follows :
HrXiINNING at a sugar tree on the
.n. siue and near the Krnwnino- Rnnk
poies aoove a Southwest corner (a
cucumber), and runs North 30 East
lln poles to a small chestnut on top
oi ,ine nign ridge at Khinehart's line;
thence a Northwest course along the
top of said ridge to his own chestnut
corner; thence with the main top of
ridge, same course, 116 poles to a
small walnut and stone on top of
same ridge: thence South 2.r)" Wont 74
poles; thence with an agreed l;ne
South 70" East about 0 poles to an
ash and chestnut stump at the base of
a steep hill at the end of conditional
line between him and Manrarit
Browning; thence South 50 ' West
with her line. 25 poles to a cucumber
below the road, Browning's corner;
then up the branch to t!io Beginning,
containing one hundred fifty (150)
acres, more or less, said tract being
described in a deed tmm Itarvev
Browninc and wifn to H1171.I V.
SOTICE OF TM'STFvv o , ing' nring date of 12th day of No-
r h'i ut vemwr, ih4, as registered in the
T' 'or ovr 60 yeara.
Jay Frady, Joe Moore, Robert Welch,
Ruth Brown, Betty Sue Cathey, Mary
Lou Hardin, Marie Powell, Hazel Pitta,
Grade 7. Perfect attendance 26.
Honor roll: Hazel Long. Irsula
Welch. Ruth FJvans. Ooal Franklin.
Inez Cogburn, Alex Shumolis, Jr., Billy
Hyatt, Edith Stamey, Glen Hardin,
Winifred 'Rigdon, Lura Sellars, Charles
Osborne, Lenn Murray. J. L Single
ton, George Blaylock, Jo Cathey, Burr
Burnette and Marvin Ashe.
Grade 8. Perfect attendance: 29
Honor roll: Terry Cathey, Kathryn
Haliburton, Francis Medford, Billy
Blaylock, Floyd Burnett, Charles
Franklin, Edwin Hyatt, Howard
Stamey and Thomas Cogdill,
Grade 9. Perfect attendance: lu.
(Honor roll; Leo Wilson Dunlap,
Deanie Fraxier, Arthur Justice, Edgar I
MeHaffey, Virginia Osborne, Norman j
Plott and Hirry Rogers. i
Grade 10. Perfect attendance: IH I
Honor roll: Laura Chambers. Ralohl
Pipes and Judson Mease.
urade 11. Perfect attendance: 21.
wTAT,E 0F NORTH CAROLINA
HAYWOOD COUNTV WUM1VA
f Lnder and by virtue of th
contained in a certain Deed 01 TrU t
itiwiii t... ir-rM.r... t Jr.". 11 1 rust
uiinirt",ZJ?niN L- BROWN and
?RUSTFF,WN' t0 S- L- EN,
ey of thpl( a rCUre Purchase n.on
sayid D W..h.re'n.'tr bribed,
vr iated the 20th dav
ZJ?7hA 1926' and recorded
tne Register of Deed., of Havwooil
UniNOrth, Crolina, ItlulFZ.
mg been made in ,the payment of
note, ftnd indebtedness theby s.
cured, and Dower of i. .i,.i' i
S.5eratiVe a.nd tho holder of said
nHIk- "fj rl and ap-
IWH TTf -"urusiee that the said
Loed ' Trust be foreclosed for the
nnlw ' Wnir said debt, the
undersigned Trustee will offer for
sale and sell at ho front door of the
Court House, in the Town of Way
neswlle, North Carolina, (being at
the Masonic Temple in said Town, no.v
used as the .-Court House.) at 12:30
lu i ,? the h,Khest bidder for cash,
the following descrilxv.1
wit. Adloinino t.h' lan.L r r it
Bramlett and T. R. Bramlett , Siler
Harrison and others, in Wavnesville
1 ownsnip ;
Office of Register of Dels of Hay- T
I I - ... XT 1L n l.V T . I Jm
i.ouiuy, lorin aroiina, in ixhjk I
"W," page 403, to which deed and J
record reference is hereby made. IT
f DISEASE I
t Takes its toll of many lives every year. Disease J
T may be spread by contact with the garments of
an unhealthy person.
j We thoroughly disinfect every garment b v the t
f latest and most effective methods '
t Safeguard Your Health I
I By Sending Your Washing To
: Waynesville Laundry
Phone 2 0 5
For better dry cleaning send us your work it t
win be returned promptly and odorless. f
fll'ltl TKAtri'; BiUUlNNINAr on
a oucKeye oeiow a road, corner ot old
William HrWTHn tr,-f U,,l n I I ,rVTTTT,l"I"M,T,t"f' I1 f f I I 4"fM--M- T A iT..T..f..t..t, t t t f
runs wnn ine line 01 tne same south
a tast ob poles to a cucumber; then
with two of Harvev Browninir's lines
coutn poles to a hickory; then
South 62 East 47 poles to a lynn on
a branch; then South 22 poles to a
chestnut on ton of ridim: thpnen Mnrrh
82 West 127 Doles to a stake: thence
iwnn to tne ttesrinnincr. contjunmir
nitv loUl acres, morn nr lqa anr
known as the Cunningham Tract.
nimu uogwood on the branch and
runs South 36' West 14 poles to a
Margaret West, Wanda Rose said branch South 21 East 28 po'm
to a large rock; thence South 60"
Kast 30 poles to a maple and liine:
Honor r.ll: N! Moody. P.an Math-, oTHer ZZTtrZ 1
Andrew Frazier. Elisabeth ! foot of
I South 85' East 42 poles: thence North
H5 East 28 poles; thence South SO"
East 60 poles to a chestnut oak. How
ell.', corner, to Cook tr- ; thence
with line of the same North 10 Wos
96 poles to the branch: thence dwn
the branch Nroth 85' West 40 poles'
thence West 32 poles to corner of
husc tract; thenco North 20" East
12 poleft; thence North 7K" W'na iff
poles: then South 20
Moody ami Minna Greene
'Ve Never Tasted a Tonic!
SIXTH TRACT: Adjoining the tract
above mentioned: BEdlNNINtt jit n
cucumebr corner of the William
orowninir tract and flumv lm uninur
uino ami runs smitn :: nn tn o
hickory, corner of Harvey Browning's
line and Israel Medford's linv; thence
ast 66 Doles to a double lvnn nt th
oraiu-Ji: tneivre with thn mpmu nrimn
01 tne orancn to the beginning, con
Laming nve acres, more Of less, be
ing described in a deed from Israel
Mtnlford and wife to Vina .TfitalraAn
dated January 16, 1889, as recorded
W Boot "V", page 459 of Deeds,
Office of Reirister of Deefu .if Wo v.
Br,,,vv,., jwood County, Nwrth Carolina.
HU.INMNG on 1 SEVENTH TliAin HKf : I Nr'TMf:
J at a white oak on the South bank of
Browning branch, and running East,
or nearly so, to a stake and buckeye
stump on the bank of .-aid branch,
1 Lee's and Green's and Harns'on'K corn
ers; then South 76 poles to the top
of the ridge to a Spanish oak and pine;
then North ' West 76 poles, more
or less, to the white oak, the Begin
nin,g .corner, containing five acres,
more or less.
H'AOKJt'i'iJSti trom the last men
tioned tract about two acres as fol
lows: BEGINNING on a dogwood in
sink hold and runs West 13 poles,
more or less, to a sourwood in Harri
son's line; thence North avd with Har
rison's line 31 poles to his white oak
corner: then East. rv,lp tn a
at tie branch; thence South with the
Pound, Layer, Rasin 1A
Per Pound . ,1ft
Tender Cut Beans 4 S2S 25c
Sugar K ' 48c
25 lb. $1 in
Wont 14 nr.ln,
to a branch: thence dn ii, i, "ufl Dn' thence uth Wltn
to the Beginning containinr niV lr7? I1 2?? l0e.
tl, -,,1 " MWH i'tWiUK! lirXrIN'NIN'G
'I- . ' n. acrt ' rr.la white oak on North swle of r,l
Browning and Harvev Browning, nnr'
their wives, ..deed bearing dite of re
cembor 9t.h, 1905, and known as th"
SECOND TRACT- RFHINMIVr:
T-l. . ,, - . j" wnii uas on iNonn sine
to A A Hnwel? iv WilliVm f 150 ftet of a small
i u uuann SJllU :UU(J It'ttl
and Pst of walnut at lower side of
-aid road, and runs Northwest direc
tion ooO feet more or less, to Queen's
line of Browning tract U a small
black oak in or near said line; then
South 70 East with sai l B. B. Brown
intr old line 7G0 feet, to an sh r.r
chestnut stump, to said B. B. Brown
ing's corner (now Queen); then South
u west hw ieet with a. K. mwn.
HOMINY Canned 3 & 25c
-re IK' patent medicine
J 1 S i" anrelite nds
. ' tongues are never
- ,tCrl,?a'C-,And th
. 3Yl ''ke clockwork,
1" bee" g'ven
children like this
V yoursclf-.f you
"f a famous family
We the vital orqani.
I -V them need help at
Uet it. they
be the liver that's
dull the sensell
"ous syrup pepsin
once or twice a week will avoid all
xnis. it contains fresh laxative herbs,
active senna, and pure pepsin, and
does a world of good to anv system
-young or old. You can always get
this fine prescriptional preparation
at any drug store. Just ask them for
Dr. Caldwell's syrup pepsin.
Get some syrup pepsin today, and
protect your family from those
bilious days, frequent sick spells
and colds. Keep a bottle in the
medicine chest instead of cathartics
that so often bring on chronic
constipation. Dr. Caldwell's syrup
pepsin can always be employed
to give clogged bowels a thorough
cleansing, with none of that painful
griping, or burning feeling after
ward. It isn't expensive.
. - " V . . 1' I J I J 11 11 I l (f I
! on a dogwood on bank of Browninc-1
Branch : thrneo N- 30 E. 55 noles to a
pile of rock; thence South 53 East 3?
nolos to a s.Tiall rock; then North
Z1:' Fast 60 roles to a hickory on
, ion oi rine ri'lce; thence un slid , ,: .
Iridee South 09' Fast IS "oH t " F SUe" h,ne to 7 buckeye
i chestnut: thence Sonth R?u w Crner I" Brow"' I'ne at lower side
!l ' noVs to a chestnut stump"; thence jLu CI F ' . a
J. Smith K.vt 15 no'es to a -hV-"nut-lfw T3113 h"?' ' V16"- weSte!y around
then !ni,tK i VL oo i ". the lower SIiC of said road, 610 feet,
' nlTorv- thence South Sv ft, 5 W r IeM' W'th 8aid "
' noVs to' Sf ,!f. ft c it0 slake at lower side of said road,
w V; ii i ; n? '?Ulh PP0ite xvhite oak, the beginning
4 East 11 poles to a 'chestnut; .,,rnpr. ). v w An "
i there" South 48' F.t . t-orner, tnen M, w. 40 feet to the
! l-rV 7nr ':;t:, M Vabeglvning .t .
- .i. ' ;V.1. r 'stake m G. A. Cunningham's line on
South side of the Browning road, and
runs East with said line 40 poles,
more or less, to a stake at B. B.
Brownings line; then North to the
to a lvnn: then Nnrtb 7BW. Wwt KQ
; no'es to a hnckeve: then W. 45 poles
! to a sfake; then North ?.".' Fnt 12
, fro a ske: then North
j "r 10 nie. to a stake; then S. 20
I W.t 1V nMn t-v otake : tVpee
j North West 3i noles to thp Wo-
i irinmne. coritainin? one hundred flOO)
acre, more nr Imi KeinCT fh. tin.
tract of land conveveH to B. B Brown-
in? nTfl others; hv AoaA, heqroa 1ate
"r """'".W S ionn. as rpiiterp''
-n t-A 0e flf RrrJafn, nf-Heeds of
t 11 " "'''h deed and record refer-
m Mo COFFEE 2 lbs. 25c
FLOUR ta 24 & SSc
BrowT.ing road: then Wit. nd with
said road, and its meanderings to the
Begining, containing two and one-half
acres, more or less. Said property
being fully described in a deed from
Cordelia Green, and others, as regis
tered in Book 56, page 450, et seq.,
Office of Register of Deeds of Hay
wood County, North Carolina.
inis zna. day ol r ebruary, 1932.
S T. OTTF-TTAr
2 pkgs. 25c
3 Sf 25c
PALMOLIVE SOAP. .4 cakes 19c
sSJr Atlantbc &: Pacii hc
, on- made.
Feb 4-11-18-25 Mar. 3 Trustee