1 J3DAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1932 TAB WAYtfESViLLB MOUNTAINEER r ,o- bean - dfer LEGAL NOTICES OF TRUSTEE'S SALE OF LAND V NORTH CAROLINA, pD COUNTY. fend T virtue of the power j. k certain Deed of Trust ' 1.1 'in au Dnviizv uhi jROAN.toS. L. QUEEN. f ( tattcuK purchase mon JandJ hereinafter described, pf nraai dated the 20th day 1920, and recorded in Re teds of Trust, in Book 16, 13, et seq., in the office of r of Deeds of Haywood irth Carolina, default hav oade in ihe payment of indebtedness thereby se power of sale having be ,ive and the bolder of said m having requested and aj- I . , m . aU iL . ; i I saiu iruavce uutt im: saiu Vast be foreclosed for the I satisfying saw debt, the I Trustee will offer fox Bl at be front door of the a steep hill at the end of conditional lis between him and Margaret Browning; thence South 60 West with her line 25 poles to a cucumber below the read, Browning's corner; then up the branch to the Beginning, BRO'N, to S. L. QUEEN, acres, nwre or leas, said tract being aescriDea in a aeea rram Harvey Browning and wife to Basel Brown ing, bearing date f 12th day of No vember, 1884, a registered in the Office of Register of Dads of Hay wood County, North Carolina, in Book "W," page 403, to which need and record reference is hereby made. FIFTH TRACT: BEGINNING on a buckeye below a road, corner of old William Browning tract of land, and runs with th.e-.line of the same South 25 Bast 86vpoles to a cucumber; then with two of Harvey Browning's lines South SO poles to a hickory; then South 62 Bast 47 poles to a lynn on a branch; then South 22 poles to a chestnut en top of ridge: thence North Lv in the Town of Way. 1 82 West 127 poles to a stake; thence jrth Carolina, (beiug at North to the Beginning, containing Temple in said Town, now fifty (50) acres, more or less, and a Court House,) at 12:30 known as the Cunningham Tract. V., the 5th day of March. ' SIXTH TRACT: Adjoining the tract highest bidder for cash, above mentioned: REGINNING at a Ig described real estate to eucumebr corner of the William Ining the lands of ,j. li. I Browning tract and Harvey Browning fed T. R. Bramlett, Silerilnnd and runs South 33 Doles to a 1 others, in Wavnesville j hickory, corner of Harvey Browning's line and Israel Medl'ord's line: thence. TRACT : BEGINNING on ! East 33 poles to a double lynn at the wood on the branch and branch; thence with the meanderings ...... ... ... i i 1 ai i .1 t : : . ! ,!U west li poies lo a oi me urancn 10 inc Beginning, con nother branch; then up taining five acres, more or less, be- South 21 East 28 poles ing described in a eieed from Israel Medford and rock; thence South 60 k-s to a rnapie and pine: 6 poles to a maple in the en's Grey tract near the thence up said ridge st 42 poles; thence North poles; thence aouth SO to a chestnut oak, How to Cook tract; thence the same North 10 West he branch; thence down roth 85 West 4i poles; 32 poles to corner of thence North 20 East nce porin ii west m South. 20 West 14 poles thence down the branch fung, containing eignty- -half (83 V4) acres, more s being the same land A. Howell by William 'Harvey Browning, and d waring date of De- 905, and known as the RACT: BEGINNING on bank of Browning eN- 30" E. 55 poles to a hence South 53 East 32 nail rock; then North i I) poles to a hickory on ridge; thence up said East 19 poles to a nee South 53 East i i chestnut stump ; thence 1 15 poles to a chestnut; '. R East 22 poles to a e South 65" East 2Z of rock; thence South poles to a chestnut; 18' East 30 ples to a fcrriA of the Howell Tract; 0 West 40 poles to a fi-th 60 West 28 poles ti North 75 West 59 fceye; then W. 45 poles in North 22 East 12 ke; then North 62 a stake; then S. 20 (opposite white to a stake; thence -t 36 poles to the Be lling one hundred (100) less, bein the same d conveyed to B. B. Biown- iherl. by deed bearing date per 13,'. 1900. as registered Register of Deeds of ;, in Book 13, page hed and record refer- t: irom tne last above however, two acres le of the branch above mum now liven, to include house, and runs far fcw tie npi-hig no as to give ft ffr u qarden above the wiininu' the Isni p'G it a stake in edge of ,na ait foot of hill in the ne Ktween said bounda- runsISouth 43 East 141 wlmit on Doint tit small j4 below a small flat N 'Uth 57" East 1fi nnlAa e North 39 East 62 fy on top of ridge be- P l- W Browninw Rrnnehps (low Bramlett) line: DC ,f Sh'f top, as it meanders, W fallows: 82U.: Woof 1 64ict 1 i tWOS and 1 linVo n sff .n'dge, corner of B. 'is, thence with said mng, containing 12 hi poies, more or less; described in a deed f owning and wife to deed bearing date of ,J", as registered in r. of Deeds of Hay Book 9 at page 173, need and record ref- ratle. t'T: Adjoining the kieseribed J M a susar trph nn tha sar?he Browning Eranch andfun3 North 30" East r.au chestnut on top j -' "uumuiri a line; VT'st course along the o -1 to his own chestnut Tth the main top of t viT' PoJes to a v I sthe on top of mil South '25':Wet 74 ". h an agreed line r""ui o poles to an wife to Vina Jaskson, dated January 1G, 1889, as recorded in Book "Y", page 459 of Deeds, Office of Register of Deeds of Hay wood County, North Carolina. SEVENTH TRACT: BEGINNING 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 said branch, Lee's and Green's and Harrison's corn ers; then South 70 poles to the top of the ridge to a Spanish oak and pine; then North - West 76 poles, more or less, to the white oaft, the Begin ning turner, containing five acres, more or less. EXCEPTING from 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 and with Har rison's line 31 poles to his white oak corner; then East 5 poles to a stake at the branch; thence South with the branch 31 poles to the Beginning. EIGHT TRACK: BEGINNING at a white oak on North side of road and about 150 feet West of a small branch that crosses said road near and East of walnut -at tower side of said road, and runs Northwest direc tion 600 feet more or less, to Queen's line of Browning tract to a small black oak in or near said line; then South 70 East with said B. B. Brown ing old line 760 feet to an ash, or chestnut stump, to said B. B. Brown ing's corner (now Queen); then South 50 West 800 feet with B. B. Brown ing's, or Queen's line to a buckeye corner in Browning line at lower side of road near a gate, and in Mird Putman's line; then westerly around the lower side of said road, 610 feet, more or less, with said Putman's line to stake at lower side of said road, oak, the beginning corner; then .. . 40 feet to the white oak Beginning, containing six acres, more or less. NINTH TRACT: BEGINNING at a stake in 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. 11. Browning's line; then North to the Browning road; then West and 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 5G, page 450, pt seq., Office of Register of Deeds of Hay wood County, North Carolina. Thi 2nd. day of February, 1932. S. L. QUEEN Feb 4-11-18-25 Mar. 3 Trustee field and wife, Laura Wrnfleld in a deed dated 7th day of Sept., 1907 and registered in Bo 25, page 302 and described as foHows: BEGINNING at a stake in the cen ter of Main Street, In the town ef ,Lantoa and earner ef the G. W. Hampton tract formerly the O. M. Smather tract and runs with his line N. 15 deg. W- 4 poles and 10 feet to a stake in said line : thence 8. C4 d g. W. 2 poles and 17 links to a stake; thence 8. 26 deg. E. 4 polea and 7 feet to a stake in said street; thence N. 68 deg E. 1 pole, 8 feet and 2 in to the BEGINNING. Containing S square poles, more or less. SECOND TRACT: BEGINNING at a stake N. margin of Main Street, comer to C. T. Wells tract and runs N. with said tract crossing Camp ground branch to a stake in Spring JJrain; thence W. to a btake in South margin of Fibreville Road near the spring; thence with said margin of said road to a stake corner of Cham pion Fibre Co.; thence S- with their line to stake in North margin of the walk leading from Mam Street to Y. M. C. A.; thence E. with said walk and North Main Street to the BEGIN NING. Being the home place of J. N. Mease which is adjoined by Cham pion Fibre Co:, C. T. Wells lands and others, and includes all the lands be tween North Main Street and Fibre ville Street . Sale made subject to street assess ments or any other assessments to the Town of Canton. This the 27th day of Jan., 1932. S. M. ROBINSON, Trustee. .11 XOT1CE OF SALE BY TRUSTEE NORTH CAROLINA HAYWOOD COUNTY, 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 Horse) in the Town of Waynesville on Monday the 29th day of February, 193 at 12 o'clock M., the lands heie inatter decribed. Sale being made under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in a certain deed of 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 Jbo Default having been made in the pay ment of the indebtedness secured by 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 described in said deed t trust, said lands being described as follows: FIRST TRACT; On the isortn siae 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 la Wntj nn. and which lot was con- EtjPtnip at the base of j veyed to J. N. Mease by Root Win- Jan.28-Feb. 4-11-18-25 XOTICE OF SALE BY TRUSTEE NORTH CAROLINA HA WOOD COUNTY. 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 Couit House) in the Town of Waynesville on Monday the 29th day of February, 1932, at 12 o'clock M., the lands here inafter decribed. Sale being made under and by virtue of the power of 3ale Contained in a certain deed of trust from J. N. Mease, Sr., to the undersigned trustee dated the Zoi day of July, 1927, and registered in the office of the Register of Deeds for Haywood County, Book 21, page 140 Default having been made in the pay ment of the indebtedness secured by 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 ninde upon the undersigned trust je by the holder of the indebtedness to sell the lands as described in said deed of trust which said lands are described as follows: Lying and being in the Town of Canton, and BEGINNING at a stake in the North Margin of Fibreville Road and west margin of First Ave nue east of power transformer or Dlant and runs with North margin 01 Fibreville Road a westerly direction to the Champion Fibre Company's line the old Cook line; and runs thence with the Champion Fibre C om- pany's line a Northerly course to a Btake in Champion Fibre Company's line at the said Company's water line; thence a southerly course with said water line to the BEGINNING. Con taining about 10 acres more oi? less on which is located five four roomed rlwollinir hnilRPS. Ahnut five or six lots lrom tnis boundary have heretofore been soin, which is hereby excepted Solo mnHe Rubiect to street assess ments or any other assessments to the Town of Canton. This the 27th day ot Jan., iy-. J. R. MORGAN, Trustee. Jan. 28-Feb. 4-11-18-2.) atiea of N. CL, Local Trust, and UKka Trust Company ti Maryland, Trustee. , Feb. ll-lft-25-Har. 8. NOTICE OF LAND SAlflJ UNDER DECREE OF COURT That by virtue of a judgment and decree of the Superior Court of Hay wood County at January Term, 1932, rendered in the caae of "Mrs. CAR RIE FELMET CORZINE Vs. HUGH J. SLOAN AND S. A. HUBBARD, J. R. MORGAN, TRUSTEE, AND THOMAS STRINGFIELD, before A. M. Stack, Judge presiding, where by it was decreed that a certain deed of trust executed by the said Hugh J. Sloan and S. A Hubbard to J. R. Morgan , trustee, for the said Car rie F el met Conine, which deed of trust is duly registered in the office of Register of Deeds of Haywood County, in Book 15, Page 291, Re cord of Deeds of Trust, be foreclosed by a sale of said lands described in said deed of trust, for the purpose of applying the proceeds derived from the sale of said lands toward the costs and expenses of foreclosure, and the balance applied upon the payment of the Judgment rendered in the above mentioned , case, . upon the notes se cured by said" deed, of.tr u.i t. And by virtue of said judgment and decree in order to carry out a sale of said land, by virtue of the said deed of trust and the said decree of sale, William T. Hannah and J. R. Morgan having been appointed commissioners of the court, therein, to make sale of the said land under said decree for the purpose of applying the pro ceeds of said sale to the discharge of said judgment and costs and cv penses of sale: Therefore, on the 7th day of March, 1932, at 11 o'clock A. M., at the Courthouse (hior of Haywood County, the undersigned William T. Hannah ami J. R. Morgan, commissioners, as aforesaid, will offer for sale, at pub. lie auction and will sell to the high est bidder for cash the following de scribed land, which was conveyed in said deed vf trust Sale mad pursuant to tht power conferred spaa ma by deed of trust executed by Marcos N. Setxer dated June 14th, 1930, and recorded in Book of Deeds of Trust No. 26, page 198, office of Register of Deeds of Hy wood County, to which reference is made for all the terms and conditions of the same. This February 3, 1932. i J. R. MORGAN, Trustee. Feb. ll-ia-25-Mar. 3 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE On Monday March 7th, 1932, at eleven o'clock a. m., at the temporary court house door (Masonic Temple Building) in the Town of Waynes Title, Haywood County, N. C, I will sell at public outcry to tha highest bidder fer cash tha following riMrrih. ed land and premises lying and being in the County and atate aforesaid: Known as the R. E. Ellis tract BEGINNING t a rhntmo nrl rn cumber on top of a ridge above the Crymes place and rus S. 60 West to an old chestnut cornor (chestnut gore) 64 poles; thence S. 30 E. 125 poles to a white oak (now gone); thence N. 60 E. 64 poles to a stake: thence N- 30 W. 125 poles o the urAiiNNlNG, containing 50 acres more or less; this being the first tract described in a deed from W. C. Mc Cracken to Hiram McCracken re corded in Book No. 66, page 220, Record of Deeds of Haywood County, North Carolina. Sale made nursuant to th nnwor conferred upon me by deed of trust executed by Hiram McCracken and wife, Maude McCracken, lated No vember lGtli, 1921, and recorded In Book of Deeds of Trust No. 6, page ISO, office of Register of Deeds of Haywood County, to which refer ence is made for all the terms and conditions of the tamr, This February 4, 1932. GEO .11. WARD, Trustee. Feb. 11-18-25- Mar. 3 EX ECU TOR'S SO Tl( E STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. Lying and being iu Waynesville) HAYWOOD COUNTY. .... .inK ijuaiiiit-u mm r.xeeu.oi oi tne Townshin. Havwnod County imnine-l Having qua the propertv of the Southern Assem-i estate r Anna Nurthe, deceased, this bly. BEGINNING on a locust stake in the edge of branch Southern As sembly corner and an old Turpin Es tate of Dick Moody corner, and runs N. 3!) with line of Southern Assembly 1490 feet to a stake in westerly side of Old Crabtrec Road; thence with said road two calls as follows: S. 31 l.V W. 2!0 feet; S. 3 30' W, 70 feet to a stake in east erly margin of sail, road; thence S. 32 40 K. 501 feet to a stake; tl.ence S. 5' K. 844 feet to a stake in edge of branch ; them e S. 36 'W W. 230 feet to a stake; thence S. 6- IV E. 2(il feet to n stake; thence S. 5 30' W. 170 feet to a stake; theiu-e. S. 14 E. 301 feet to a chestnut; thence S. 37 E. 238 feet to a small maple; thence S. 21 15' E. 300 feet tc a stake at a base of black oak; thence S. 57 30' 224 feet to a stake at base of a chestnut; which chestnut is in an old line; thence N. 21" K. with the Old Turpin line 434 feet to is to uoiuy un persons navmg claims against said entaUj to present them properly verified to the undersigned at his office in Waynesville, N. C, on or before February 4th, 1933, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons owing said es tate please make immediate payment. This Feburarv 3, 1932. JOHN M. QUEEN, Executor Estate Anna North, deceased. Feb. 4-11-18-25-Mch 3-10 A IMIX1STRA TORS XOTICE Having qualified as administrator of the the estate of Alice Felmct, de ceased, late of Haywood County North Carolina. This is to notify nil persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned at Canton, N. ('., on or before tho 3rd day of March, VJ63, or this notice will be pleaded in Candidate Cards FOR TAX COLLECTOR I hereby announce myself as a can didate for Tax Collector of Haywood County, subject to the wishes of ths voters of the Democratic Party the June Primary. Your support will be appreciated, BRYAN MEDFORD. Waynesville Route 2. u a Span.sh oak (co ner of tract sold bar of thpjr rPC0VC A 'ersons .. K !tri P"- ell fact 511 feet to a stake in center of an old road . (Howell's corner in Southern Assembly line) ; thence with center of said old road and with Southern Assembly line 11 calls as follows: N. 14 W. 42 feet to .i fuaKe in said road; N. 29 15' W. 150 feet to a stake in said road; N. 23 W. 100 feet; N. 21 30' W. 100 feet; Jv. 27 15' W. 88 feet; N. 27 W. 2k)0 feet; make immediate payment. This 28th day of January, 1932. S R. FELMET, Administrator of Alice Felmct, J in. 28-March3rd. deceased. A DMINISTRA TOR'S XOTICE NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of an order ef the Superior Court of Haywood Coun ty, made in the special proceeding entitled R. L. Leo, Executor of Mary A Rinehart, deceased, vs. J. W, Rhine hart et al. devisees and heirs at law. the undersigned commissioner will, On the 14th (Monday) day of March, 1932, at eleven o'clock a. m at the temporary courthouse door (Masonic Temple Bldg.) in Waynesville, N. C, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash that certain tract of land lying and being in the Town of Waynesville and more particularly described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a rock on the bank of Richland Creek in the line between the old R, G. A. Love land and the old S. L. Love land according to their deeds of partition, and runs with said line to the railroad at the mouth of the big cut; thence a Southwesterly course with said railroad track to a small lot belonging to W. T. Lea; thence a Northwesterly direction with the lino of some town lots belonging to Mrs. Stringfield, Mrs. Banner and others to Richland Creek; thence down the said creek with its meanHerings to the BEGINNING, containing about 3 1-3 acres and being the same prop erty conveyed to Mary A. Rhinehart by her husband, William Rhinehart, by deed dated Oct. 4, 1899, and re corded in Book 12 at page 43, Record of Deeds Haywood County. EXCEPTING, however, from the foregoing described lands that certain parcel or lot or tract of land conveyed to Kmma Atkinson by Mary A. Rhine hart and husband, William Rhinehart, by deed dated April 25, 1914, and re corded in Book 18, page 550, Record of Deeds of Haywood County; and also EXCEPTING from the lands above described that certain parcel or lot of land conveyed to M. T. Rhinehart by William Rhinehart and wife, Mary A. Rhinehart, by deed dated July 1, 1904, and recorded in Book 19, page 127, Record of Deeds of Havwood County. Ihia the 12th day of February, 1932. R. L. Ixo, Commissioner MS&W Attys Feb 18-25 Mar 3-10. Having qualified as the administra trix of the estate of I). C. Davis, de- N. 24 15' W. 90 feet; N. 13 W. 100 ceased, late of Haywood County, N. feet; N. 31 W. 71 feet; N. 42 30' W. C., this is to notify all persons having 164 feet; NY 62 30'. W. '100 feet; N. claims against the CHlate of said de 52 W. 1)9 feet to a stone, corner in ceased to exhibit them to the under- edge of said road; thence N. C6 E,1 signed a Cove Creek, N. C. on or be-1 or Iess to a stake 508 feet to the BEGINNING, Con- fore the 23rd day of January, 1933, 1 aii 'the C. L. Smathe taining 32 ft-in acres, more or less, ana or this notice will be plead in bar of being thi' sann? tract of land, described their recovery. AH -person's indebted in a deed from C. F. Moody and wile,' to said estate will please make inl and Alden Howell and wife, to . A. ! mediate payment. Corzine and wife, Carrie FelnieCCoH This January 23, 1932 zinc, dated November 28, 1921, and1 MRS, FLORENCE DAVIS, recorded in Book 60, page 559, Record Administratrix, of Deeds of Haywood County, to which .Tn28-Feh4-1 1 18-2r-Mar3 MS&W deed and record reference s n:,dc for , . . . a more complete description XOTICE OF TRUSTEE D SALE On Monday, the 7th day of March, tai o 11 -no o'clock A. M.. at the I is j 1 v : . ..r Courthouse door in the town of W ay nesville (Masonic Tempie;, riawvni County, North Carolina, the uiider si; ied trustee, w'iil sell at public out-crv to the highest bidder for cah the following described lands and premises, lying ana oew,K .. Wov-nnrl County. North Carolina, and ful'ly described as '.follows: BEGINN1NU on a staiie m f rteulah '-Avenue, 50 feet from a stake which is 16 leet feet North of a white oak, corner oi W. M, Herren's land, and runs then:e N 1 10 W. 150 tcct to a siaive; .u' : ' .1(1' V KK) feet to a Hlll-t J r stake; thence S. Kll 10' ' V.. Io0 feet to a stake in Bulcah Avenue ; th"iice with the side line of said Beulah Av enue S. 88 40 E. l.nu lee. io tne BEGINNING. , , . . BEING a part of the same land heretofore conveyed to Relph VV. Ensley from J. R. Thomas and wife, by deed dated January 21, 1922 and recorded in Book 59, page 461, Re rnrH of Deeds of Haywood County, North Carolina. Sale made pursuant 10, unaer aim hy virtue of the power of sale con tained in that certain deed Of trust executed by Ralph W, Ensley and wife, Beulah Ensley, to Insured Mortgage Bond Corporation of North Carolira, and Union Trust Company of Maryland, Trustees, bear ing date of Mav 1st, 1927, and duly recorded in Office of Register of Deeds of Haywocd County, N. C., in Book 21, page 78, Deeds of Trust, to which said record Teference is hereby made for all the terms and condi tions of the same. Sale made because of default in the indebtedness secured by said deed cf 'ri.st. This the 3r'' '.".y ' February, 1932. Injured ,T,.rt;r.i.re Bond Corpor- It is further ordered that upon the said sale, the said commit loners will report, in writing, the said sale with in five days thereafter to the Clerk Of Superior Court of Haywood t,oun- ADMIXISTRA TOR'S XOTICE Having qualified as administrator's C. T. A. of the esUtc of Geo. D. Sherrill, Sr., deceased, Jate of Hay wood County, North Carolina. This ty, giving me aroounv w.v 1 :,tn notifv all rson!, having claims hin. and the nerson. to Whom sola lor -. . .," ". . . . -J..- . the confirmation of the same by the Court, .and - only bona fide bids made by persons, who arc willing to comply with their said bid will b-? recom mended to the couit for acceptance and confirmation.. TWb the 1st day of February, i;.!2. ! WILLIAM T. HANNAH, '- - - .1. It. MORGAN, Commissioners Feh. l l-lH.-25- Mar. 3, NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned at 406 Wachovia Building, 'iBii'villC. N C on or before the 25th day of F"eb rsury, 1933, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their teoovery. AH jcrsoH indebted .to th --raid estate will please make immediate payment. This 2!st dav of January, 1932. GEO. 'D. SHERRILL. Jr. ,T. E. DUNN, Administrators sf Geo. D. Sherrill, S , deceased. Jan. 21 Feb 25. ; On Monday March 7, 1932, at elev en o'clock a. m., at the temporary court house door (Masonic Temple Building) in the Town cf Waynes ville, Haywowd County, N. C, I will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash the following describ ed lands and premises lying and be ing in Ivy Hill Township, Haywood County, N. C: Beginning at a stake en top of a little ridge, a corner of the Adolphus Henry tract of laad and west of where W. W. Rathbone now lives, and running with said Henry line in the direction of W. A. Campbell's t a stake at the edge of the road leading , to where Amos Setzer now lives; thence up jiaid road and a branch to a stake at the fork of the branch to a stake in the line of the parties of the first part on top of mountain: then down, along the top with said line to the Beginning, supposed to contain about 50 acres more or less, and beihgvthe same property conveyed to Marcus N. Setzer by Jacob M. Setzer and wife by deed dated No vember 15, 1896, and recorded in Book 16, page 195, Record of Deeds of Haywood County, N, C. NOTICE I hereby notify that I will not pay any bills unless contracted by me in person. S. S. L. SMITH. Feb. 11-18-25. pd XOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE On Thursday, March 17, 1932, at eleven o'clock A. M at the court house door (Masonic Temple now used as a court house) , in the town of Waynes ville, Haywood County, North Caro lina, I will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for Cash the fol lowing described lands and premise lying and being in Haywood County, North Carolina: BEGINNING on a stake in the Main Street of Clyde, in the Shook and Smathers old line, Jerry Massie, now West Bros. Southeast corner, and runs thence with the lino of the cen ter of the North wall of the C. L. Smathers building herein conveyed, and with the West Bros. South side in a Westerly direction 122 feet, more or less, to a stake in the line known rs line at the East I margin of an alley ; thence with said margin of said alley, S. 3 W. 100 feet, more or less, to the center of the main line of the Southern Rail way track; thence an East course with the center of said railroad, 122 feet, more or less, to the said Shook and Smathers old line; thence with said old line, North 100 feet, more cr less, to the BEGINNING, and being the same property described in a ded from J. W- Morgan and wife to I). M. Cagle, dated June 15, 1923, and. re corded in Book 59, page 485, Record ef Deeds of Haywood County, N. C, EXCEPTING AND RESERVING, as reserved in said deed, the second story of said store building, i.f con eyed by J. W. Morgan to the Masonic Lodge about the year 1893, and, EXCEPTING such easement and right-of-way of the Southern Railway Company may have, and ax the pub lic may have for streets over any por tion of said land. Sale made pursuant to the power conferred upon me by a deed of trust executed by J. L- Hobbs, dated Octo ber 20, 1931, and recorded in Book 30, page 241, Record of Deeds of Trur.t of Haywood County, to which refer ence is hereby made for all the terms and conditions of the same. This the 15th day of Februiry, 193 HOMER V.. CAGLE, ' Trustee. Feb. 18-25-Mar.3-10 Look Around In The Closets and Find That Pair of Shoes That Need Repairs and Bring: Them to us. We Will Make Them Good as New at a Small CostMoney Saved Is Money Blade. THE CHAMPION SHOE SHOP MAIN ST. NEXT WESTERN 'I'NION

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