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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY i
Tri waVMESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Exhibit Of Fine
Pictures To Be
At High School
Ail Famous Schools of Art
Represented in Great
A splendid opportunity for Art
Education is offered in the exhibit 01
Fine Art Prints which will be on dis
Wednesday February 10 through
Friday February 12, at the Waynes
vflle High School. There will be
a small admission charge which
will be used for the purchase of pic
for our schools. There are 160
large colored reproductions of the Old
nrf modern Masters. Among the
most famous artists represented are:
noinaWnuirh. Titian. Da Vinci, Ter-
bouch, Murillo, Van Dyclc, Raphael,
and manv others of the Old Masters,
while among the more modern are
representative subjects from the brush
f Vn.ter. Georsre De FroBt Brush,
George lnnes, Ernest Albert, Frank
PuvenecV, Gardner Symons, nruce
Crane, William Wyant, Harry vm
cent, Robert Wesley Amick and Gus
tate their premise.
,AT,nroximtely 10 percent oi me
JtA were returned isigned, and in
some instances assistance was asked
of the health officer in advising best
methods of sanitating- the preme.
The number signed was more than
was expected, because many rural
homes have already sanitated their
The officials are trying to bring
Haywood's standard up to where it
will be first among the counties in
the "state in the point of sanitation.
ftoults Of Sanitary
E. L. Hinton, Haywood County health
nffi.r. has lust completed a samta
tion campaign in the rural districts
nf the countv with satisfactory results.
The campaign was launched here a
few weeks ago when cards for proper
iv owners to sign were distributed
at the schools. The signing of the
cards was pledging that the owners
would do everything possible to sani-
Mr. Lonzie Meseer of White Oak is
now in Asheville attending Cecil's
Business College. -Mr. Messer finish
ed high school at Hues creek msx
year. He is one of Mr. Sutton White
Both the Baptist and the Presby
terian Sunday Schools are having a
DINNER FOR A NICKEL
Extraordinary, if true! and it is
true. To explain. Mrs. H. w. Bur
nett has charge of the cafeteria for
the East Waynesville school and
serves a good dinner, or lunch, to the
children for five cents. We asked
for a chance to get this dinner at the
same price and got it'
The Menu for Wednesday was a
slice of meat loaf, a generous helping
of creamed potatoes, two rolls, and a
preserved pear. This menu is
changed from day to day.
Can anybody else get in? We don t
know. We got in.
BRIEF NEWS ITEMS
S. L. Cline of VaJdese now has in
cubator capacity for hatching 45,000
eggs. He uses eggs irom oioou-iesicu
J. M. Cornelius of Sherrill's Ford
in Catawba County has begun a swine'
feeding demonstration with ten head
of hogs. Home grown feeds will be
Four samples of Irishotatoes from
four sections of Lincoln County were
shipped to the College chemis
try department last week for tests as
to the iodine content.
Certified lespedeza seed is bringing
from $600 to $900 mere a car to Row
an irrowers than the common field
run of untested commercial seed.
"I began tak-
lnar Cardui when in
a weakened, run-down
condition," writes Mrs.
P. 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 ben uajd
Djr women lor over iv
I Take Thedford's Black-Draught
In Constipation, IndlceaUoo,
The little community of White Oak
seems to be rapidly increasing in
irwt.h. In the past year the families
of White Oak have almost doubled.
The last family to move to White
Oak was Mr. and Mrs. Lee Owens of
Mazolwood For the past year Mr
Owens has been working in the furni
ture factory of Hazclwood. He has
now decided to try farm life for the
On Saturday after Mr. Owens came
to White Oak he was shown that he
was welcome by a seranading party
composed of Mr. Hub Hunter, Mr. AtIo
Hunter. Mr. Hobert Dickett, Mr. lei
ler Green, Mr. Henry Parton, Miss
Neta Mae Duckett, Miss Alice and
Dora Hunter. Miss Mary Francis, and
Lucy Parton. Mr. Teller Green and
Miss Mary Francis made music and
the rest danced to Mr. Green's calls
They played games and all declared
they had a nice time and Mr. and Mrs
Owens invited them back again.
Mr. Albert Hunter of White Oak
has moved to River Side, where he
will engage in the doings of that com
munitv. Mr. Hunter will be missed
in the Sunday School of White Oak
where he has been on duty for the
last few years of his living on White
Oak. Mr. Hunter attended both the
Baptist and the Presbyterian Sunday
Mr. Eugene Sutton is building a
new modern log house on Stevens
Creek of this community. Mr. Sutton
expecting a seranading party and
leaving one partition out of the
house so his so called White Oak
Ramblers can swing their partners
without getting tangled with the other
dancers. Mr. Sutton has had several
parties in the last few months, he has
a crowd of dancers that he calls his
"White Oak Ramblers," and Mr. Tel
ler Green has his crowd which
he calls his '"Stevens Creek Hustlers."
Next Saturday night the two will try
out their crowds on the Hepco bridge.
The winning crowd will be given a
prize. The two crowds planned this
dance at a party at Mr. Edd T-ed fords
1A six ter cent dividend was paid to
stockholders of the Durham Farmers'
Mutual Exchange last week and an
additional one per cent patronage div
idend was paid to both stockholders
and non stockholders on business done
through the association.
The newly organized Orange Coun-
tv mutual exchange nas iueiu
1,000 ushels of soybeans for its farmer
Tho ueA will be used in
A group of Carteret County growers
tpived $707.45 net for a car of 76
hogs sold on the Richmond market
Three hundred Johnston County
tobacco growers had the county farm
agent to clean their planting seed
Records kept by 15 ..Edgecombe
Pnuntv farmers show that they re
ceived 50 cents a bushel more for their
f-nrn 1V sellinii k through hogs as
pork than by
it as grain.
attempting to market
Sales til the Pitt County curb
market for the first week in Decem
ber last year umounted to $59..
This year for the same week, ir.o
sales amounted to $114.44.
Tyrrell County farmers will use
more lime on their land this season
and will cut down the amount of fer
tilizers, reports the county agent'.
Mrs. I). L. Massey of Vcjidoll,
route 1, reports selling $98.15 ..worth
of poultry and eggs from a flock of
20 hens in 1931. Mr. Massey sold
$138 worth of milk from four cows
since My 15.
thence down the ridge S- 54-30 E.
8 poles; S. 71 E. 30 poles; S. 7-30 E.
10 poles S. 15 E. 9 poles to a white
thors at a cliff; thence S. 15-30 E. 3
poles to a stake in the road; thence
S. 36 W. with the road and D. A
Owne's line, 20 poles to a stake; thence
S. 1 30' E. 30 poles to a stake at the
Creek ; thence down the Creek S. 76
E. 13 poles; S. 79 K. 14 poles; aouwi
71-45 E. 10 poles; South 43 E. 6 poles;
N. 16 E. 10 poles; N. 611-30 E. 24
poles; N. 73 E. 6 poles; N. 64 E. o
poles; S. 34 E. 6 poles; .. vs c. iu
poles; N. 20 E. 4 poles; N. 28-30 W
6 poles; N. 49 W. 6 poles; N. 76-30 W.
14 poles; N. 45 E. 12 poles; X. 70 E.
12 poles: N- w p. 4 poies; -,r. rt-ov
E: 4 poles; N. 78 E. 13 piles; N. EO-30
E. 18 poles; N. 2 W. 19 V'a poles; N.
19-30 W. 4 poles; N. 30 W- 22 pole;
N. 19. W. 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 W.
14 poles to the Beginning, containing
118 acres, more or less.
ExeeDtmcr and reserving oowever,
from the foregoing anove described
lands and premises, the house anJ lot,
known as the U- ti. rerguson resi
dence, awarded to the said U, II. Fer
mimn a his homestead, by a jury on
June 6, 1931. edscribed as follow
BEGINNING t a stake, 10 feet r..
nf ffco V. V.. corner of the U. H. Fer
guson dwelling house, and r ans '.hence
N. 10 feet to a r.take; thence w. iuu
feet to a p.take; lier.w S. 100 feet to
a otalrp- fhi'nc K. 100 feat feet to a
stake; thence N- '.'O i"et to the point
ON HAYWOOD COL' XT Y. ailjoin-
inir the lands of An?'itie Haynes ft
BEGINNING o.i a sto.no standing
by a large ohes'nut scump with point
ers on top of Rich Mtn.. the same be
ing the convr i tnj. 70 fere trac:
of land fOn i vttl bv til" navtio? .of
the first part to the heirs at law
of Joseph F i'arcl. and run as fol
lows: N. 20 10' W- 9 poles; N. 35
E. 15 poles, 8 links to a white oak; N.
29 45' W. 20 poles; N. 4 45'' W
12 poles; N. 62 .'!0' E. 9 poles; N 29
E. 12 poles; N. 21 30' E. 14 poles;
T: 34 l.V K. 12 Doles, to a stake:
thence N- (Var. vL.) 28Vi poles to a
chestnut; thence W. (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 acre tract; thence E.
with the Northern boundary line of
said 76 acre tract (Var. 2 45') 306 U
poles to the place of Beginning, con
taining 231 acres, more or less.
1 THIRD TRACT: Also a certain
tract, lot or parcel of land owned by
U. H. Ferguson on the head waters of
Fines Creek; bound on the West by
Glenn Palmer and Lawrence Russell,
on the North by the lands of Boyce
and Madison County line, on the East
by the Madison County line and H.
C- Ferguson and on the South by M.
Ttf Nolnnd heirnr all and everv Of the
lonl nwripd Tiw TI. H. Ferguson on the
waters of Fines Creek, containing 120
acres more or less.
This the 6th day of January, 1932
.1. A. LOWE.
Sheriff of Haywood County,
said road to a stake corner of Cham
. rui . knM s. with their
Dion rio wt -
line to stake in North margin of the
walk leading from Main Street to X.
M. C. A.; thenee E. with said walk and
North Main Street to the BEGIN
NING. Being the home place -of i.
N. Mease which is adjoined by Cham
pio. Fibre Co:, C. T. Wells hinds and
others, and includes all the lands be
tweea North Main Street and Fibre
ville Street- .
oaie raue ""j1" .
ments or any other assessments to
the Town of Canton.
This the 27th day of Jan., 193.
S M. ROBINSON,
NOTICE OF SALE TKUsrce.
xt.i:.. k.MKu vivon tkat the un-
nvuv-i n - - - -
-J t.nrfi.. will sell at DUbllC
auction to the last and highest bidder
...k o v. rnrt House door
(Masonic Temple now used as Court
on Monday the 29th day of February,
1932, at 12 o'doch M., the lands here
inafter deenbed. oaie oving
under and by virtue oi me power i
ale contained in a certain deed of
i t T M Mm Si., to the
undersigned trustee dated the 23rd day
of July, 1927, and regisierru m
office of the Register of Deeds for
Haywood County, Book 21 page
Default having been made in the pay
nr n, inriihtpdness secured by
I IMTI I W we-
said deed of trust and in the payment
of taxes and assessments against the
same as provided in said deed of
trust, and demand having been made
upon the undersigned trustee by the
holder of the indebtedness to sell the
lands as described m said deed oi u-ust
which said lands are described as
Lying and being in the Town of
Canton, and BEGINNING at a stake
in the North Margin of Fibreville
Road a-ad west margin of First Ave
nue east of power transformer or
plant and runs with North margin of
Fibreville Road a westerly direction
to the Champion Fibre Company s
i;o tv, nlH Cook line: and runs
thence with the Champion Fibre Com
pany's line a Northerly course io a
stake in Champion Fibre Company's
line at the said Company's water line;
thence a southerly course with said
water line to the BEGINNIWu. con
taining about 10 acres more or less on
which is located five four roomed
About five or six lots from this
boundary have heretofore been sold,
which is hereby excepted-
Sale made subjeet to street assess
ments or any other assessments to the
Town of Canton.
This the 27th day of Jan., 1932.
J. R. MORGAN,
Jan. 28-Feb. 4-11-18-25
trust be foretime
mmimI trfjtft Will rjfj.
otQtav. - " ... vucf J
the Courthouse door, in fi.
r Til- i n . , . "
Saturday, the 13th day 0(
1ftS2. and will sell tn ifc.il
der for cash the folhwiJ
rei eovi.. aim tg
athan ireen lowjiship
County and being more
described as follows:
HEXUNNINU on a
Rhodarmer's corner and
If,' h" .Z.i TOteS lO & nn.
82 E. 66 poles to a staki
ridge; thenee with said fat
W. 11 poles; N. 8 45
N. 12 W. 13 poles u
oak, Messer s corner;
said Messer line x. 32'
N. 10 W, 60 poles; Ji
poles to a locust, E. Z.
corner; thence with said
W. 123 poles to the W
Count ining Zl acres mot.
This the I3ta day of Ji;
WILLIAM T. HaJ
Jan. 14-21-2J1eb. 4.
Krvin Kitchens of Havesyille, Clay
('ounty, has built a new home, paid
1931 taxes and doesn't owe a cenc
to any man, he says. Reasons given
are a herd of Jersey cows, a flock of
Wyandotte hens amd all foodstuffs,
fruit, vegetables, and meats grown
When you take Bayer Aspirin
you are sure of two things. It's sure
relief, and it's harmless. Those
tablets with the Bayer cross do not
hurt the heart. Take them when
ever you suffer from
Sore Throat Lumbago
. Rheumatism Toothache
When your head achesfrom
any cause-when a cold has settled
in your joints, or you feel those
deep-down pains of rheumatism,
sciatica, or lumbago, take Bayer
Aspirin and get real relief. If the
. package says Bayer, it's genuine.
And nuine Bayer Aspirin is safe.
Aspirin is the trade-mark of
Bayer manufacture of monoacetic
aeidestcr of salicylicacid.
0GVARE OF IMITATIONS
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER EXE
J. R. Hipps
IIMTITTR AKT1 RY VIRTTTK OF AX
EXECUTION directed to the under
signed Sheriff of Haywood County,
from the Superior Court of said Coun
ty in the above entitled action, I will
i.n MnTirlnv. Fphnmrv 8. 1932. at 12:00
o'clock noon, at the Courthouse door
of said County, (now Masonic lempie
being used as County Courthouse),
sell to the highest bidder for cash to
satisfy said execution, all the right,
title and interest whicn tne saia u.
Ferguson, the defendant, has in
following descriBecl real esiaie,
to wit: . .
FIRST TRACT: Lying and being
ih. mefuro if .Tnnathnn Creek, ad
joining the lands of C. A. Campbell,
R. Boyd, Jr., et ai:
BEGINNING on a poplar on the w.
bank of Jonathan's Creek and runs
50 W. 90 poles to a stake on the
bank of the road; thence down the
road, N. 57 E. 14 poles to a small
tho hank of the l'oad:
thence N. 17-30 W. 20 poles to a white
oak on the top of the ridge; thence
m 97.1 k W 9.1 -noles to a large
branch; thence up said branch with its
various moandenngs as lonows. o- (
W 170 feet; S. 73-03 W. 75 feet; S.
78 W. 200 feet; S. 59-15 W. 100 feet;
S. 50 W. 100 feet; S. 2 E. 60 feet;
S. 21-30 W. 100 feet: S. 69-30 W. 1W
lVAt: S. 35-10 W. ion feet; S. 35 W.
100 feet; S. 32 W. 100 feet: R. 44-0
W. 100 feot;-S. 4-30 W. 40 feet; S.
52 W- 3R feet: N. RR-30 W. 65 feet:
N. 57-30 W. 80 feet: S. 13-30 W. 40
feet; North 85-80 W. 86 feet to a
stake (Minle gone: thence S. 51-30
NOTICE OF SALE PY TRUSTEE
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned trustee will sell at public
auction to the last and highest bidder
for cash at the Court House door
(Masonic Temple now used as Court
Hot se) in the Town of Waynesvflle
on Monday the 29th day of February,
1932, at 12 o'clock M., the lands here-
ilpcrih(l Sain heintr made
I under and by virtue of the power of
sale containea in a certain ueea oi
trust from J. N. Mease, Sr., to the
undersigned trustee dated the 7th day
December, 1928, and registered in the
office of the Register of Deeds for
Haywood County, Book 22, page 365.
Tlnfault having lwn made in the Oav-
I ment of the indebtedness secured by
said deed ot trust ana in tne .payment
of taxes and assessments against tne
i . i i
same as provided in saia oeea oi
trust and demand having been made
upon the undersigned trustee by the
ImlHpr nf thtk indebtedness to sell the
lands described in said deed of trust,
said lands being described as follows:
FIRST TRACT: On the Worth side
of Main Street, adjoining W. J.
Hampton and Mrs. H. L. Cochran, and
being all that lot lying between the
Cochran Building,, which said Coch
ran Building is now occupied by S.
W. Smathers Barber Shop and new
building recently erected by W. J.
Hampton and being the same lot on
which the J. N- Mease store building
is located on, and which lot was con
veyed to J. N. Mease by Root- Win
field and wife, Laura Winfield in a
JuJ AaiaA 7t-li Aav nfW -19(17 nH
registered in Book 25, page 302 and
described as toiiows:
BEGINNING at a stake in the cen
ter of Main Street, in the town of
Canton and corner of the G. W.
Hampton tract formerly the O. M.
fimafhAT'a irnnt nnA rilna n?itVi Ilia
Hne N. 15 deg. W. 4 poles and 10 feet
to a stake in said line; tnence h. .t4
d g. W. 2 poles and 17 links to a
cfalrn f Vienna S 9(i Alxt F 4 nrtlfie nrrl
7 Seet te a stake in said street ; thence
N. m de? K. l noie. 3 leet and 'I in.
to the BEGINNING. Containing 9
square poles, more or less. '
SECOND TRACT: BEGINNING
at a stake N. marein of Main Street,
corner to C. T. Wolls tract and rurts
N. with said tract crossinc Oamn
jround branch to a stake in Soring
Having qualified as administrator
of the the estate of Alice Felmet, de
ceased, late of Haywood County
North Carolina. This is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at Canton, N. C,
on Or before the 3rd day of March,
1933, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. AH persons in
debted to the said estate will please
mane immmiaie puyuieni.
This ZKth day ouanuary, ivjz.
S R. FELMET,
Administrator of Alice Felmet,
J.-in. 28-March3rd. deceased.
Having qualified as the administra-
tr-iv nf tho oat n to nf 11, f;. Davis, de-
feaspA. lnfa nf Hnvwoful Countv. N.
C, this is to notiry all persons navmg
ln!mci ncnintf: flip psfntik nf Raid de-
Ceased to exhibit them to the under
signed a Cove Creek, N. C. on or be
fore the 23rd day of January, 1933,
or this aotice will be plead in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebted
to said estate will please make im
This January 23, 1932-
MKS. r'LUKENUt; UAV1S,
Ain28-Feb4-ll 18-25-Mar3 MS&W
NOTICE OF SALE OF
Under and by virtue o
authority contained in
deed of trust, dated No
1927, and recorded in B
101, Haywood County ft
executed by Claude C. Si
wife, to the Citizens Ni
of Raleigh, N. C, Trad
sumed by.-. Alley, J;
ent owner, default bavin;
in the payment oi tne
smrred thereby, where!)'
amount of said indebted
due and payable and deii
been made by the holder
uoon the trustee nam
artvertise and sell the
scribed in said deed of tj
dersigned will offer for si
at public auction at tne
door in Waynesville, Hi;
ty, N. C, at noon on Wee
ruary 10th, 1932, the !
scribed real estate:
All that certain piece
land, situate, lying and M
nesville Township, Haju
North Carolina, about m
fthe Courthouse in War!
located on Brown Avsl
such shapes, courses ano
will more fully appear
to a prat thereof, m
Shoolbred. C. E., dates
1927, and on file with ti
Veterans Loan Fund
North Carolina, and be:
scribed as follows, to-wi
BEGINNING on a
East side line of Richla:
Avenue where it inters
KilHan boundary line ml
Seuth S5 degrees t.asi 4
Killian's line to a staw
of Balsam Avenue ; the
trreea 45 minutes East
Balsam Avenue to a sUl
Lot No. 6; thence orj
30 minutes West in
nf Tnt Nn 6 to a stsk
of Brown or Richland A:
Nm-tb 8 deirrees 30 mil
fut uritVi kiHa line of sis
enue to the BEGINNIS
No. 7, in Block 17, ol
ao rofftrHAH in MaD
index "G," Haywood U
This being the same ioj
veyed to Claude u.
wife, by deed from i
wife, Maggie Lilly, :
first, 1927, and, recorflt
nf the Reeister of I
wood County, N. C
This 6th day of Jat J
North Carolina Bl
to Citizens Natfc
Raleigh, N. C, T
Bv: John P
Terms of Sale Cash.
Place of Sale Courthf
. nesville, N. C.
1 Tia. nf Sali-Voc:
February 10th, 1P;;
Jan. 14-reb 4.
Having qualified as administrator's
C. T. A. of the estate of Geo. D.
Sherrill, Sr., deceased, late of Hay
wood County, North Carolina. This
is to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned at
406 Wachovia Building, A.sheville, N
C, on or before the 25th day of Feb
ruary, 1932, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. "All
persons indebted to the said estate
will please make immediate payment.
This 21st day of January, 1932.
GEO. D. SHERRILL, Jr.
J. E. DUNN.
Administrators f Geo. ;D. Sherrill,
Jan. 21 Feb 25.
N O T I
Notice is hereby (
tween the undersigns
mi1 P TV Dpaton ana-
been dissolved atid the
tnfn .nnnnctpH UHOf
thn Wavnesville I'r-
will hereafter be cone-
present firm name a3
undersigned, vv .
Deaton as partners
herebv civen that &
S. Goode have no con.
partnership business 1
the name or "
Th!a thn 21 dev i
E. 36 poles to a white 'fk m t uft : theoice w. to a stake in South been made in the payment of the notes
pan of a ridee; tr"ntv margin oc rioreviiie noao near tne tnereoy secured, ami the holder there
poles to a stake i D. A. Owen'sine; l rtrinjr; thence with said margin of of having directed that the said deex
Having qualified tJ
tV,a acta to nf ROW.
' --J Ivis w tO Wf
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE claims ag'
Under and by virtue of the power! ., f M,i tof
of sale contained in a deed of trust, iSrit W
executed by John Messer and wife, J!,nde",gn" or befo
1932, or this notice
i . recO"-
uar- ui hick
indebted fo ssid'
1931. , ry
l.inHn Mpswir: tn thd HTilpreYcmp!
trustee, bearing date bf the 1st of
April, 1931, and recorded in the office
of the Registerof Deeds of Havwood
County, in Book 29, at Page 54, to
which Book and Page reference is
hereby made for the terms and coh-
tions of the same, and default having
Dee-. 31 -Feb