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0 / 75
Day Program Ar
ranged For City
(Continued from page ore)
11:00 One minute silent prayer in
memory of dead, followed by prayer
11:05 America by audience.
11:10 Short address by Command
er W. A. Bradley.
12:20 Sonp by audience.
11:25 Introduction of speaker by
11;30 Addrrss oy Judge Thoma L.
(2:00 Salute to flag.
Song Star Spangled Banner.
3:30 Football game Waynesville
vs. Brevard at high school field.
8:00 Barbecue for ex-service men
and fainilies at Masonic Temple.
Vote of About 10,000
Recorded In Haywood
Largest One Ever Cast
(Continued from page one)
sheriff and police during the night,
and one or two celebraters were ar
rested and placed in jail. At midnight
the crowd began to leave, but several
who were feeling "above the average"
were out in front of the courthouse
giving their views of the day's voting.
Their audiences were rather small and
The Waynewood theatre had a rath
er large crowd Tuesday night to see
the picture and get the returns on the
screen by Western Union 'and The
Mountaineer. After about 10 o'clock
it was conceeded that the Democrats
would retain their huge lead through
out the night and the crowds, both at
the show and on the streets began
Grover C. Davis, stated in behalf
of the board of elections of the county
that "the board appreciated the man
ner in which the judges and registrars
held the election, and also the coopera
tion given election oilieiak by the
voters. Not a single complaint. ha
been made, or a vote contested, and
we it el that everything was fair and
County returns were .slow about
coming in, as they do not have to tile
before Thursday. The returns gather
ed by The Mountaineer are not .official
but are reliable, having been gathered
from the judges of the different vot
ing places. The official Vtc will not
change the figures in the tabulation
on page one by 10 votes either way.
WHITE OAK (Special to The
Mountainee.) The people here
have been putting in good time, work,
ing tobacco through this rainy weatlu
Rev. and Mrs. Kennedy Messer
from Panther Creek were visitors on
White Oak the past week. Mrs. Mes
ser stayed with her father, Mr. Cleve
land Fisher, and Rev. Messer spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs.
La-wson Teague. Rev Messer filled his
appointment at the Baptist church. He
nreached a very interesting sermon
that was enjoyed very much by the
people. There was a large crowd at
Miss Beulah Ledford spent Satur
day night with Mi;ses Dora and Alice
Mvs. Jnnmi: Conrad and daughter,
Lucile. and Mrs. Klla . Duckett from
here spent Saturday night at Mr
Jarvis Hunter's on Riverside.
Mrs. Sallie Sutton, who has been
very ill. is reported to be recovering
Mr. Meriet Parton from Jonathan's
Creek spent a few days of the past
week here with Mr. J. D. Duckett.
David Parton from Cove Creek has
been hauling pulp wood from here
for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Woiley from
Sandy Mush, spent the past week-end
here with Mrs. Worlcy's mother, Mrs.
R. W. Greene.
The dark, sullen clouds hung somber
They teemed to be beckoning sunshine
Thi thunder came out with his voice
He seemed to be saying, "Come on
with the night."
The lightning takes her Khavp knife
from the rack
In a zig-zagging line she cuts through
the black, a
The pent-up storm comes down in.
And the life in the forest tremble3 in
tvit Rlack tortoise rim glasses,
IFinder please return to Mountain
eer office. Reward ltp
STEADY WORK GOOD PAY
RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call
on farmers in Haywood County. No
experience or capital needed. Write
today. McNESS CO., Dept. P. Free-
port, Illinois. 1P
Seen and Heard
at the Polls
A Democrat and Republican talking.
"I'll bet there's a Democratic land
slide, 'cause all these folks here look
like good Democrats to me." Republi
can, -Well, there aint no telling these
days, they's so many wolves in sheeps
A farmer from E.ist Fork. "1 about
.starved during the last four years,
and if Hoover is elected again, Ittnow
dang well I'll pass out."
"Is your old lady voting this time?"
'No, said she'd vote fer Roosevelt,
and I left 'er home." was the con
versation of two Pigeon men.
"Has prosperity got out your way
yet?" "Yep, it got there, but it sho'
didn't make a visit long, and besides
it took what little we had," 4Y,iis a
Cataloochee resident's reply.
"Sho' be glad when this thing is
over, 'cause I've chewed so much of
this campaign tohaccy that my teeth
are getting loose," said a well known
'Someone hung a Roosevelt tire cover
over the front door of the courthouse
Voting in the commissioners room
at the courthouse was like a bee .hive,
but everything went off very quietly
according to doorman Turpin.
Benches were lined on the walk out
side the courthouse for the spectators
to look over the voters coming in and
Many women mingled in and out
during the entire day, especially dur
ing the afternoon. Several women
were active in bringing voters to the
polls in their cars.
In the North Ward at noon 537 had
voted, f rank. I' eiguson expected a
vole of -1000 before 'sunset.
was polling a
:nd in for more
and had to im
"If Roosevelt wins it will be just
uit I've been saying, 'cause he's the
best of the two," said a Crabtree voter
ite in the afternoon.
At the South Ward voting place, a
arge viowd. stayed throughout the
dav. At noon 700 had voted. vote
of 2000 was expected. The halls were
jammed to capacity.
Officials' reported little trouble from
the crowd. Several "were feeling too
good," one official said, but were sent
out of the voting place.
'Many cars bore signs "Democratic
Car," Even several trucks had this
sign on them.
Brevard To Invade
Here Friday, 3:30
Mountaineers Tied Black
Mountain In Hard Fought
Game Last Friday, 7-7.
After dividing honors with the Black,
Mountain team last Friday on the
Key City's.- field when the Mountain
eers failed to overcome a 7-7 score,
Coach Weatherby put his .team through
tough practice the first three days of
this week in an effort to get the boys
in condition to romp Brevard here
Friday afternoon.- the Armistice Day
The Mountaineers second team fail
ed to hold the Black Mountain team
at a crucial moment last Ft i lay. Coach
Weatherby took his -first stringers out
in order that they could rest, as only
two nnnutes .remained in the quarter,
sent in nis seconti team, out tney were
stiff : and . cold and failed to hold, and
Black Mountain -made their only score
of the game.
The first Mountaineer team was out
playing the Black Muontain eleven
when the first touchdown of the game
was made, but after the Black Moun
tain team made their long dash and
score the Waynesville boys were not
able to pull themselves together and
put across another tally during, the
Little is known of the Brevard team,
although they have a reputation - of
usually getting what they go after. In
years gone by. the Transylvania boys
have usually been--considered a threat
ening team from the very first. Coach
Weatherby is ready, he believes, t
stop any onslaught that, the Brevard
eleven might use. The first team will
be used against the Brevard eleven
until a "good-size margin'' in the
score has been attained,
T?acher of Hygiene: 'Why must
we always be careful to keep our
homes clean and neat."
Little Girl: "Because company may
valk in, any moment."
The people, of this section have
shown much interest in the election.
Judging from the number of cars
leaving here for Waynesville, all the
voters went to town on Tuesday to
cast their ballot in the election.
Visitors here this week included:
Mrs. Plemmons of Spring Creefc, who
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Plemmons, Mr. Rufus Hancy of
Buffalo, S.C.. Miss Blanche Arring
ton of Enka, and Mr. Wess Henry cf
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arrington.
Bessie and Ruby Arrington motored to
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rhinehart spent
Sunday at the Lome of the Tatter's
parents in Marshall,
Mr. H. H. Eavenson. who is work
ing in Lenoir, made a recent visit to
his home here.
Friends regret to hear of the ill-
ne,s of Mrs. G. A- Smathers, . It isJ
hoped tha she will soon be well again.
Many people from this section and
elsewhere are expected to attend the
musical show that will b? at the
school house tonight.
CRABTREK (Special to The
.Mountaineer. rilev. L. 15- Hayes,
providing eider of th,. Waynesville
di.trict, preached an interesting oi
r:s.n ft .the Methodist church Sunday
al ' rnoun. Alter which the i'ouuh
ua terly conference vU.t held.
Rev. R. G. MeCIamrock left Tues
day for Winston-Salem where he will
at lend conference.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Noland hr.d as
their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
John Morrow, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Leath
erwood, Mr. aiyl Mrs. Jack McCrark
en, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Noland, Mr.
and Mrs. Orvilla Noland.
Miss Cleo Caldwell spent the week
end in Waynesville with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H McCracken and
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. McCracken spent
last Week-end in Ashboro as guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ridge,
Miss Mary Towles returned to her
work at Enka Monday after spending
sometime with her mother, Mrs.
Miss Bonnie Noland was the guest
of Miss Anabel McCracken last week.
Jack Williams, who is attending
school at Cullowhee, spent last week
end at home with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Williams.
Miss Emily Palmer and Miss Ana
bel McCracken were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. R. G. McCru'ken Saturday
Mr. Guilgcr Palm.'r alio MrJamos
Kirkpatrick, who are attending scnuol
at Weaverville spent the week-end at
the home of. Mr. Kirkpatrick.
Mr. ;.nd .Mr . Cavl McCracken
the week-end 'with rokr.iees
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Noland
Sunday.-with' Air. and Mrs.
(V E. Williams has ;
Ida, S. C. on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Noland of Ashe
ville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
C. T. Noland. '
Bo-n to Mr. and M i'-. R. C. Me
CIamrock, a daug'iter, Eva Gray, on
Mr. a'nd Mrs. Claude Kmsland and
daughter of Ash"l!e spent Saturday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Palmer. Also Mrs. Riley M. Ferguson.
XOTICE OF SUMMONS
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
BERTHA MELTON, Plaintiff
IRA MELTON. Defendant.
The defendant, IRA MELTON, will
take notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the Su
perior Court of Haywood County,
North Carolina, for tne purpose of
obtaining an absolute divorce on
That said defendant will further
take notice that he is required to
appear at the office of the Clerk of
the Superior Court of said County
in the Court House in Waynesville,
North Carolina. in the 21st day of
NOVEMBER. 19l!2, -m answer or
demur to the complaint in said ac
tion, or the plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demand-d ir. wiid
This, OCTOBER 18, 19:52.
W. G. KYER3,
Clerk Superior Court, Haywood
County. N C.
Oct; 20-27-Nov. ;i-10-17 (-GHW
XOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
AMBROSE' 'PRINTING' COMPANY,
:-t. al. '
I.AaE JUNAI.USKA METHODIST
ASSEMBLY and SOUTHERN AS
A!i persons having claims against
hi Lake Junalu-i-a Methodist Assem
ly and the. Soul hern Assembly, ; the
leftnd:invs above named, wir take. no
tice that' thev are require.!, "oy en
order-made in this cause by His Honor,
:T. iliiyle Sink, Judge presiding at
the September Term of the Superior
Court of Haywood County, to present
their verified claims to the under
signed Receiver of said defendants
within 90 davs from November 10th,
or this notice will be j leaded in
tar of their recovery.
This, November 10, 19S2.
JAMES A I KINS, Jr..
Nov. 10-17-24-Dcc. 1.
XOTICE OF SALE
On Monday. November 28th. 1932,
at 11:00 o'clock A. M., at the Court
House door in the Town of Waynes
ville, Haywood County, North Caroli
na, the undersigned trustees will sell
at public out-cry to the highest bid
der for cash, the following described
Lying and being in Haywood Coun
ty, Nj C, and fully described as fol
lows: Beginning on an iron stake in the
North side line of Ballew. Avenue, said
iron stake being 85 feet in an east
erly direction from the North East
intersection corner of an alley
and Ballew Avenue , and on the
North side line of Ballew Avenue; this
intersection corner being 100 feet
Easterly from the intersection of
Academy Street and Ballew Avenue,
and runs thence North 13 45' East
132 feet to a stake; thence East 50
feet to a stake ; thence South 4 West
118 feet to a stake in the North side
line of Ballew Avenue; thence S. SO'
70 feet with said Avenue to a
stake; thence N. 73 45' W. 6.66 feet
tn the Becinniner.
Being the same property conveyed
to the said H. B. Reeves and wife by
deed dated March 5th, 1015, and re
corded in Book 53, page 27.
This sale is made under, by virtue
of and pursuant to fhe power of sale
contained in that certain deed of trust
-xecjtad by H. B. Reeves and wife,
Annie Reeve?, to Union Trust Com
pany of Maryland and Insured Mort
gage Bond Corporation of X. C,
Tnwtees, dated April 15th, 1927, and
recorded in Book 21, page !. Re
ord of Deeds of Tru.it of Haywood
'-:unty, N- C to which said record
c'Yi -e:ice is hereby made for all the
terms and conditions of the same.
Union Trust Company of Mary
land, Insured Mortgage Bond
Corpora-Jon of N. C, Trustees.
--. :;-j0-1'i.2-1 MGS
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Friday, December 2nd, 1032, at
ten o'clock, A. M. at the court house
door in the town of Waynesville, Hay
wood County, North Carolina, I will
sell at public outcry, to the highest
bidder for cash, the following lands,
lying and being in Waynesville Town
ship, and more particularly described
BEGINNING at a maple, corner of
No. 17, in a low gap in ridge, and
runs with the lines of said tract, S.
7- W. ISVa poles to a stake at upper
side of flat and foot of hill, N. 85
W. 146 poles to a large ash; thence
N. 74 'W. 92 poles to a stake on top
of little mountain in West boundary
line and Plott's line; thence with his
line, S. 22 W. 5 poles to chestnut,
corner old tract; thence S. 42Ms W.
49 poles to four upright stones in
small hollow; thence S. 87 E. 29 poles
to a black oak on ridge; thence S. 2
V. 52 poles to stone west of gap
of ridge; thence S. 89 E. 19 poles
to a stake; thence S. 87" E. 322 poles
to stake near said Hyatt's residence,
corner of old tract and in line of lo.
No. (I; thence with said line N. IVa'
E. 7K'i! poles and 5 links to stake on
top h' ridge, corner of No. 17; thence
with -aidline, live calls: N. 7X& W.
IW'i poles; 2 - I. - to stake, S-. :I2J W.
12'i poles to stake on ridge, N. 77
W. 26 M: : poles, 5 - I. - to stake, N.
1,2" YV. l-Vii poles ti sourwuod. N.
77 W. 19 1 1 poles to a fitake, We.u
M poles to BEGINNING, containing
one hundred and sixty-three (l'i.'i)
acres, more or less.
Sale made. pursuant to power of -'-alt
tonferred upon me by a deed of trust
dated May, 1927, executed by -P. E.
Hyatt and wife, . Maggie N. Hyatt,
and recorded in Book 19, at page 211,
Record of Deeds of Trust of Haywood
County, to which deed of trust and
record reference . is hereby made for
all the terms and conditions of the
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I NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
' of. a nc tnDTH rARflllMA.
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
WHEREAS, ,on November the i
1927, J. F. Shelton, trustee for Ralph
Knvkend all. executed and delivered a
Deed of Trust to W. J. Hannah, Trus
tee to secure $l,3f)0.00, with interest,
due thereon, for J. R. coyd, wnich
amount was payable by install
ments in one, two and three years,
which D;ed of. Trust is duly
recorded in Record of Deeds
of Trust Number 22 on page 11 in th?
oflice of the Register of Deeds foi
Haywood County. Default having
been made in the payment of the in
debtedness secured by the said Deed
of Trust and having been requested by
the owner and holder of the notes
secured by the same to execute the
power ot sale contained m the saiti
Deed of Trust:
I will therefore on December the 2,
1932, at ten o'clock A. M., at the
courthouse door of Haywood County,
sell for cash to the highest bidder at
public auction the land described in
said Deed of Trust as follows:
FIRST TRACT: BEING THE
SAME land sold and conveyed by Al
den Howell and wife Fannie Howell
to W. L. Kuykendall and Oliver Carv
er, bearing date of the 29th day of
January, 1919, and which deed ii duly
recorded in the Office of the Register
of Deeds of Haywood County, North
Carolina in record of Deeds Number
55 page 80, to which deed and record,
reference is hereby made for the one
half interest conveyed by said Carver
to this tract and the other one half
interest, already being owned by the
said W. L. Kuykendall and -which said
tract is more particularly described
as follows: BEGINNING on a Cucum
ber corner and runs North 32 E. 10
poles to a staKe in the field; thence
S. 72 W. 80 poles to a black oak on
side of ridge; thence up the moun
tain a follows: N. 39V&" 35 poles to
a Chestnut Oak; thence N. 54 W. 24
poles to a Chestnut; thence N. 10 Ms
W. 12 poles to a Chestnut in the Boyd
line; thence with his line N. 73 E.
20 poles to a Locust; thence N. 20
E. 88 poles to a Birch and a -Chestnut
in the Hart line; thence N. 09 E. 25
poles; thence N- 34 E. 15 poles;
thence N. filVa" E; 19 poles; thence
South 3(;'i degrees East 55
poles to u black oak, J. L. Ferguson's
confer; thence R. .(. E. 100 poles
to a stake; thence S. 72Vi E; 80 poles
to the beginning,- (.obtaining- 117 acres
more or less.
.SECOND TRACT: -Beginning and
bring; the same land conveyed by F.
II. Moody and wife to Oliver Carver
bv deed bearing date of April 11, 1919
and which is duly recordqd in the
office-of the Register of Deeds of Hay
wood County, North Carolina in book
55 at page 580, and which lantl- are
more particularly described as follows:
Beginning on a stake on the East
Bank of the Branch, Carver's corner
and in the Howell and runs with the
same N. 72 Vs E. 52 poles to a Chest
nut on too of Pine Mountain ridge;
thence down the same S. 10 W. 26
poles to a chestnut by a large chest
nut stump; thence b. w.-oi
poles to the Rice line; thence with
same S. 70 W. 16 poles to a stake
in Carver's corner, thence with his
line N. 23 W. 44 poles to the Be
ginning, containing 10 acres more or
THIRD TRACT: Being the same
land sold and conveyed by Thomas
Rathbone and wife Martha Rathbone
to said Oi L. Carver, by deed dated
the 10th day of March, 1913 and which
said deed is duly registered in the
office of the Register of Deeds of Hay
wood County, North Carolina in record
of Deeds number 40 at page ISO, to
which record reference is hereby made
for a full and complete description of
said lands, which are more particu
larly described as follows, towit: Be
ginning at a Black Oak corner of
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Erastus Wood's land and runs thence
m 72iA v. 7714 Doles to a stake m a
fie'ld: thence N. 23 W. 9 poles to a
i. ' , XT in-LL V 9A
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in any ser.se, a patent medicine ..it Is
more in the nature of a FOOD "1T.VL
IZER. By supplying the systcai n-ith
the necessary Minerals ind Vitamins,
it aids nature in Quickly balancing the
Mineral content )f the body o ibat
good health laturally To'dows.
BRINGS K.ICK RELIEF
Stomach disorders, R.-cli ts adigestion,
hyperacidity, "heart - bum," as, and
bloating soon yield to Oils amazing nat
ural compound. Constipation and At
tendant ills, such as nervousness, head
aches, biliousness, bad breath and sallow
skin, soon give way to a 'eeling if
renewed strength and ngor.
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