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of this . Bectioa . are
0f his Deaumui
the C'of P0P,e from this
"nIr ?L commencement
lJ" McCracken is spending
".a ... Woavpr To -
v.Vand who has been very
" n the Waynesville hospi
' underwent a serious
Sends hope she will soon
tav days ago. Among
! nd Mrs. W. T. Haw
r Ln Mr. Weaver Haw-
Minnie tsurgiu, -----
.Ill'1" :. ,fo a HIPP
-Vll Pul -----
Monroe Silver spent
-Jnini ' Crabtree visiting
. v.,i,,.i,i cv,ent the we- li
fe Auerabell McCrackcn.
ODD BUT TRUE
There a om.v one v&J!
,., A. Erwin delivered a
' ;' It'r'von at the Baptist
'eVTmcluy to a. large con-
y0 piv-iunl from the first
j Mr-i f red L.. oanora aou
'd tn.i James, are now vis-
Safford s parents in
I Tr Kavmond McCracken
v -u : ., , i-ct Sat.
:hVilt'y and Marvin Greene
fishing 'trip last week.
S PwnKtt'oA can-
aktiinu uavis 01 iiv
.1. ...UU M and
' at wees ""
Rogers of Wesley Creek,
'.i,,,! uieen and Mr. Ford
lunv attending summer
lubert Ferguson ana aaugn-
iVlma Ferguson, were spring
tors last weeK.
d Mrs. Marvin Green spent
shopping in Waynesvine.
i,z Glacenef of 1 ransylvania
her sister, Mrs. Steve fer-
1 Mrs. Jesse James and Mr.
iiob James attended the
L'ate sermon at Spring Creek
orgia Owen of Tennessee is
iw p-randfather, Mr. .erj
B. Murray is now visiting
I liter, Mrs. Hubert Plemmons,
Auie Katcliff, of Asheville,
it brother, Mr. W. B.Mur-
rg the past week.
sse James attended the grad-
;ercises of Clyde High School
j id Mrs. Vernon Ferguson
ited hy Mr. and Mrs. Frank
firs. Ferguson's parents, the
frova Greene and Mrs. Delia
ten have been on the sick list
rlaud Clark is now in the
lille hospital. Reports are
is very ill.
. F. C.Greene, Tom Rogers,
Fisher, and several others
a fishing trip last Saturday
it ' i '
flfrMferim'mrw k rnrnv
Mwjwa pvcturi cwtR ihe
poles to a white oak on top of ridge ;
thence S. 72 , 84 poles to black
oak; thence 35 E. 18 poles, 12
links to stake in old Gwynn line;
theace N. 19 E. 16 poles, 5 links to
Spani ,h oak in low gap; thence N.
38i- 6 Doles. 16 links to douwood
on top of ridge; thence N. 51 E. 13
poles, 7 links to stake in gap oi
ridge; thence N. 31 E. 7 poles to a
stake on top of knob; thence N. IVi"
E. 11 poles, 9 links to a stake on said
ridge; thence N. 3l4 W. 21 poles, o
links to stake on top of said ridge;
thence N, 75 E. 14 poles, IS links
to spruce pine on west bank of said
Kivt-r; thence with old river run S. 8
E. S poles, 10 links to stake; thence S.
411v E. 20 poles to stake- on bank ol
river; thence with bank of river S.
JS1;..0 E. 4 poles; S. It!" E. ti polos; S.
2S1-.." W. 6 poles; S. 84 W. 17 poles;
S. 15 K. 9 poles to mouth of small
branch; thence S. 4;i E. 9 poles; S.
4.T E. 14 poles to the BEGINNING.
containing ,- acres, more or less.
h:cOi Th'.XCT: BEGINNING
on a double chestnut on top of ridge,
H. E. Trull and Gwyun estate, an.l
runs Northeast course 48 poles to
rock, II. E. Trull corner; thence with
his line 11 poles, 4 feet to stake in his
line; thence Northward cutse l.'i
poles, ( feet to black oak in said line
nf fiwvnn tract: tVipnr IS nnlpa 12
feet to stake in said line; thence South
ward course with Owynn line to the
BEGINNING, containing five acres,
more or less. ;
. Being the same two tracts of land
conveyed in a deed rom H. C. Heath
erly and wife, F-lsie Heatherly and G.
W. Rhode? and wife, Dorothy Rhodes
to M. J. Trull, dated October 9, 192.i.
and recorded in Book 71, page 175,
Record of Deeds of Haywood County,
EXCEPTING a tract of land con
taining 11 Mi acres, conveyed bv M. J.
Trull and wife, Elsie Trull to H. C.
Heatherly, dated March 11, 19--I7, and
recorded in Book 78, page 209, Re
cord of Deeds of Haywood County.
Being the same two tracts of land
conveyed in a deedJ from .1. H Ivi.rk
pa trick. Trustee to W.A. .Moore,
dated May 13, 1929, and recorded in
-Book 79, page 438v Record of Deeds
of Haywood County.
Sale made pursuant to l ower of
s;i!e conferred upon me by a ded of
trust dated July 0. 1929. executed by
l'laine Henson, and recorded in Book
2t. l age 119, Record of D.'eds of
Tru-t of Haywood County.
This the 19th day of April. 1932.
M. G. STAMEY,
mfxt' FOR. THE
W4E wft mi m
I JONATHAN'S CREEK
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(Editor's Note: We are pljased to
announce that Miss Mattie Moody will
bo. correspondent from the Jonathan's
Creek community for this newspaper.
Anyone having any news will please
get it to Miss Moody not later than
Monday noon for that week's edition.)
The farmers and stock-raisers of
this section were clad to see the rain
of the past few days.
Miss Annie Boyd ana Mr. Kobert
Howell are graduating at the vvay
nesville High School this week.
Mrs. I. C. Franklin is seriously ill
with a complication o flu and bron
Mrs. Mark Duckett and Miss Annie
Roe Ferguson spent Friday with
Rev. and Mrs. V. R. Masters,
We are glad to know that we are
not going to loose Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Rogers and family since his school
Mrs. W. L. Harris and daughter,
Margaret, and Mrs. Hugi Leather
wood visited friends here Sunday af
ternoon. Miss Tommie Davis of Iron Duff
spent the week-end with her sister,
Mrs. Robert Boyd.
Misses Burr and Bula Caldwell arc
visiting elatives and friends on
Cataloochee this week.
t'H.V THERE FOR BASS
en route to Cove (y) Creek,
eved trirl with dimrjled cheek.
iker brown her hadr.
lies nf Rockv Dell.
(beheld her lovely check,
r.iy love did
at first mv love did snurn.
w not why and jyhere,
e that in mv bosom burned.
It it perish there.
tnt on Cove (y) Creek,
:' a mountain pass,
intthe day quite sad and meek,
f there for bass.
a one mv hook did bite.
& in vain now turned.
ights of that dear mountain
yhe the sour milk churned.
i went softly toward the west,
row the h mrs pass,
1 and sich. nnrl luiaf ww Virer.iit.
f there ior bas3.
my love a little not.
Int it hff . Iojo
In resumed my sportman's coat,
' there for bass,
n an answer note reeeiTed,
an awtul clash,
another Tiiyhf iwivo
F had the cash.
''.'.''.' ' :
let myself discourged be,
came to such a pass;
my soul T foif nrt tfio
" there for bass.
mountain home I go,
f d Of mv distrpc,. .
twas best my love outpour,
f shin' there for ha.
hoW T1V IrtVA chti'A
?i' and Ton! cinooi-rt
my cau? her love I won,
Fen I ceased r
ceased to care.
f passed by so slow or fast
fE had won. and I had lack.
P "ere for BASS.
J. M. NEWTON,
Waynejvilk, N. C.
There are 265 farm boys and girls
enrolled in the ten 4-H clubs of Gas
ton County this season.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Monday, May the 16th, 1932, at
11:00 o'clock A. M. at the Court House
door (Masonic Temple) in Waynes
ville, Haywood County, North Caro
lina, the undersigned trustees will
sell at public outcry to the highest
bidder for cash, the following de
srrihod. lands and nremises. to wit:
Lying and being in or near the
Town of Waynesville, WaynesviUe
Township, Haywood County, North
Carolina, and fully described as 101-lows.
FtKCTMNTNG at a stake at the in
tersection of Thomas Avenue and Bak
er Alley t d runs thence with said le-
ker A lev N. 56 30 izi leet to a
stake; thence S. 24 30' E. 150 feet
to a stake; thence b. 5b o! w. tot
feet to a stake in East side line of
nnmas Avenue : thence with saJd
East side Tme of Thomas Avenue N.
46 W. 154 feet to the .BEGINNING..
TVio nWe described lot of land be
ing a part of the same property con
veyed to Mrs. Kutn naicer ny
dated March 29th, 1912, from R. L
Aiinr. Tmcfno anrl rprordpd in Book
No. 35, page 196 Record of Deeds of
Haywood County iNorin wmin.
Rale made pursuant to under and
by virtue of the power of sale con
tained in that certain aeea w ru.
executed by Ruth Baker and husband,
D A. Baker, to the undersigned,
Insured Mortgage Bond Corporation
of North Carolina, Local Trustee,
and Union Trust Company Of Mary
land, Trustee, on the 1st day of July,
1927, and recorded in Book No. 21,
page 128 .Record of Deeds Of Trust
of Haywood County, North Car
olina, to which said deed of
trust and record reference is
horeliv made for ail the terms
and conditions of the same. Sale made
because of default m inaerieo:iess
secured "by said deed of trust, oaie
is made subject to all taxes and street
This this 13th day of April, 1932.
Insured Mortgage Bond Corpor
Knrth Carolina. Local
aiiuii wa. .
Trustee, and Union Trust Com-
i pan y of Maryland, Trutee.
Apr. 21-28-Maf -.5-12 MGS
the entire amount of said indebted
ness became duo and payable and de
mand having been made by the holder
of said noto upon the trustee named
therein to advertise and sell the prop
erty described in said deed of trust,
the undersigned will offer for sale for
cash at public auction at the Court
house door in Waynesville Haywood
Countv, N. C, at noon on Wednesday.
May l8th. 1932, the following described
real estate: ,
Bounded on the West by the lands
of R. L. Wells, now W. S. l'ipes, on
the North by Henson Cove Koad; and
on the East by the lands of B. F.
Murray, on the South by the lands of
R F. Murray; and more panuuiany
described as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake in the cent
er of the Henson Cove Road, North
east of said B. F. Murray's new dwel
ling house, and runs with said road
two calls: South 70 30' West, i.88
poles; South 64 West 6 poles to a
stake; samfi being the northwest corn
er of the small tract conveyed by R.
L. Wells and wife to the said B. F.
Mu'rav; then with the line of said
tract South 19" East 6.50 poles to a
stake; then North 67 15' East' 8 poles
to a stake; then North 18 15' East
7.76 poles' to the beginning, Contain
ing 7 snnarp rods, more or less, and
being a part of lots Nos. 5 and 6. of
the survey made by W. H. Hargrove
for E. P. G. Murray, deceased, in 1.
AND BEING the same ir.nd iescnp
ed in a Deed from V. F. Murray, and
wife, to Jacob L Donaldson, dated
March 25, 1929, and also being me
same land described in a man of J.
C. Haynes, Surveyor, which said map
i nnw nn flip in the offici -f John 1L
Mnnninc- nrntmsslMlCf Ot the V OriQ
War Vptpmns Iiari Fun attached to
the abstracted of Jacob L. Donaldson,
to which reference is nereby mane.
This, the 13th day of Ap.-i, 1032.
NORTH CAROLINA BANK AND
trust POMP ANY. TRUSTEE.
uy- h.-M rorbett. Vice President.
tttt?w nv RATP"- fTAKlI
PIxACE OF SALE COURTHOUSE
DOOR, WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
TIME OP SALE NOON, WEDNES
DAY. MAY 18th, 1932.
Apr 21-28 May 5-12.C
xorici-: )' sm.i:
():i Monday, May '23rd, 1932, at elev
en o'clock A. M. at the court bouse
duor (Masonic Ttni)iie liulhling) in
the Town of Wayn.'sviU.-, Haywood
County. N. C, 1 will sell at public
outciy to the bighe -t .bidder for cash
the following described lands and
FIRST TRACT: Being Lot No. 23
in Block Xll Grimball Park as per
survey made by J. N.Shoolbrcd, C. V...
during Julv and December, 1922. Re
corded in Map Book "B." Index "G,"
office of Register of Deeds in Hay
sKCOXh TRACT: Beinir Lot No. 2
in Book "B" of Brookwoo! survey at
Haztdwood as per survey and piat oi
J. W.Seaver, C. E.
The above lots being in all respects
thn sump lots eonveved bv J. Wiley
James to D. C. Smart by deed dated
September 24, 19, in record rsooic
76, page 592 in oluce of itegister ol
Deeds of Haywood County.
Sale made pursuant to power of
sale conferred upon me by a 'deed
of trust dated October 1, 1930, execut
ed by D. C. Smart and wife, Eugenia
Smartand recorded in uook -jd, page
151 Record of Deeds of Trust of Hay
This April 22, 1932.
J. R. MORGAN, Trustee.
Apr. 28-May 5-12-19
XOTICE OF TRFSTEE'S SALE
On Thursdav. Mav 19th. 1932. at
eleven o'clock A. M. at the court bouse
door ( Masonic Temnle us id as a tem
porary court house), in the town of
Waynesville, Haywood County, -iNorin
Carolina, 1 will sell at. public outcry
to the highest 'bidder for cash, tb
following lands lying and being in
East Fork Township. Haywood t oun-
ty, 'Nb"rth Carolina, more particularly
desw-ribed as follows:
FIRST TRACT: BEGINNING on
a .water oak on West bank of Pigeon
River, corner ot ti.iv. t.iarK and ii.
('. Heatherlv tructs. and runs N. 76'(j
, W. 8 poles to spruce pine; thence N.
K8"' W. 8 rKiles: thence S. 78 W. 8
WANT AD RATES
le a word for this mt type lor
first insertion; half price for eubee-
9i a word for this size type
for first insertion; half price for
n wnrd for this size type
for first insertion; half price for
Minimum charge of 25c.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Under and by virtue of power and
:i .nntoiriArt in that certain
1 ivt HOOK . . i . X OKO wt
Haywood County Registry, and exe-
to the North Carolina Bank and Trust
pmnonr Trustee, aeiauit n"s
"y-seven steers fed by R. S.
SCO nf r. i-i J
, vviaven voumy gaiucu
pOQnrta i ion J i 1
iroirn -fj ...,r v T . "j . i .iirtimnt of the in-
wttonseed meal. debtedness eecured thereby, whereby
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d colirmn of The Mennxaineer
proTe its ability a a speedy and
efficient eaJes melro.
BABY CHICKS: Each Tuesday and
Friday, Just the best Str.te Blood
tested Chicks you ever saw. White
and Barred Rocks, Rhode Island
Reds, White Wyandotte, Buff Or
pir.gtons, White Leghorns. Bunch
Poultry Farm and Hatchery, States
ville, N. Ct May 12
INSURANCE For aU kinds of in
surance, with reliable companies
see J. M. Newton, your insurance
man, at the Waynesville Insurance
Agency, Over The , Mountaineer
MEN WANTED To establish and
conduct Rawleigh City business in
Cities of Waynesville, Sylva, Bre
vard, Asheville and Marshall.: Re
liable hustler can etart earning $35
weekly and increase rapidly. Write
immediately. Rawleigh Co., Dept.
NC-5V, Richmond, Va.
FOR SALE Hatching eggs from
blood tested, State accredited flocks.
WTiito Rocks and Barred Plymouth
Rocks. B. J. Sloan, Waynesville, N.
C. 4 I 16-81p
srvAnv work noon pay
RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call
on farmers in Haywood County. No
Experience or capital needed. Write
today. McNESS IU., uept. r
FOR PELLAGRA Try Mao T. C.
A. Pellagra Medicine, is proving
good for Pellagra, Stomach trouble
and many other ailments. A good
tonic; Come or write me. Price $1.25
per pint J- Maeon, Haielwood,
N.C. A 21-28 M 5-12pd
MEN WANTED to conduct world re
nowned Rawleigh Home Service bus-
iness in City of Waynesville. Coun
ties of Swain, South Jackson and
parts of Haywood. Reliable hustler
can start earning $35 weekly and
increase rapidly. . Write lrnmeaiaxe-
ly. Rawleigh Co., Dept. NC-5-S.,
Apr. 21 -28-May 5-12.
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