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THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1933
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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Sewing, tailoring, alterations, crochet
ing, mending by hour or piece
prices reasonable, satisfaction guar
anteed. Mrs. I.. I J. Whitlow, Hel
ton Apt., Pigeon Street. ltp-27
FOR- SALK Fresh milk cows. Prices
reasonable. . W. T. Sholton. otpd
MEN WANTED 1'or Rawlcigh Routc.
800 consumers in cities of Wayncs
yille, TIazelwood, Counties of South
Jackson and Swain. Reliable hustl
er can start earning $-" weekly and
increase every month. Write im
mediately. Rawleigh Co., Richmond,
Va., Dept. NC-E-5-S. pl.
We wish to advise our customers that
we have moved to the Davis Boyd
Garage on Haywood st. Phone 3X0
and we can continue to give you
the best f service. Moody Hall and
George Taylor. Hp,
LOST Monday, I!: own patent leatlv.-r
purse containing keys. Please re
turn to Mountaineer an 1 receive re
FOUND One Hunch Keys near
Hazelwood. Owner may have
same by describing and pay
ing for this advertisement.
Apply Mountaineer Oflice.
LOVE AT A PRICK
During an intense love scene in
the movies, when the hero was doing
hi.s stuff, wifie nudged hubby and said:
"Why is it that you never make love
to me like that?"
"Say." he replied, "do you know the
salary that guy get fo,- doing that?"
NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE
On Monday, May 29, 1933, at eleven
o'clock a. m. at the court house door
in the Town of Waynesville, Haywood
County, North Carolina, I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder
for cash, the following lands and pre
mises lying and being in the Town
of Waynesville, and more particularly
described as follows:
Being lots Nos. 25,20,33 and 34 in
Block' 2. also lots Nos. 12, Pi, 14, 1"
and 16 in Block 3, of L. C Harbeck
property as shown by Map No. 250;
surveyed and platted by John L. Stacy,
Registered Surveyor, July 7th and tn,
1925, said map being on record in
office of Register of Deeds for Hay
wood County in Plat Book "i!" at
page "H" to which reference is here
by made for a full and complete de
scription of said lots by metes and
:: Sale made pursuant to the power
conferred upon me by deed of trust
executed by J. D. Boone dated July
29, 1925, and recorded in Book of
Deeds of Trust No. If J at page US in
the office of the Register of Deeds for
Haywood County, to which refereiue
is hereby made for all the terms and
conditions of the same.
This May 28, 1933.
J. R. MORGAN, Trustee
No. 54 May 4-11-18-25.
APPLICA TION FOR PARDON OF
CAIXKY MURPHY A XI) KEN
Application will -be'" made' "to
Commissioner of Pardons and
Governor of North ..Carolina for
the Pardon of Cainey Murphy, and
hjKenr.ey Murphy convicted' November
ca,rerm of the Superior Court of . Hay
'teliwood County for the crime of lar
theX'eny and sentenced to the county roads
butfor a term of 18 months.
' AH persons who opposa die grant
w ing of '.sit id pardon are invited to for.
ward their protests to the Commis
! sioner of Pardons without delay.
This April 29. 1933.
No. 56 May 4-11.
NO TICK OF TR US TEE 'S SA IE
On Thursday, the 18th day of May,
1933, at 11:00 o'clock A. M.. at the
court house door in the Town of
Waynesville, Haywood County, N. C,
the undersigned trustee will sell at
public out-cry to the highest bidder
for cash, the following described lands
and premises, to-wit:
Lying and being in Haywood Coun
ty. N. C, and in the town of Hazel
BEGINNING at a stake on the
West margin of Brown Avenue .100
feet North of the North margin of
.Georgia AvenUe and runs thence with
ths Wes: margin of Brown Avenue
N. 8 30' E. 100 feet to a stake; thence
with the line between Lots Nos. 2 and
3 N. 81 30' W. 265 feet to a stake
in center of Railroad ; thence with
the cen;er of the Railroad in a South
erly direction 101 feet to a stake, corn,
er of,Lot No. 1; thence with the line
of Lots.No. 1 and 2 S. 81 30 E. 274
' feet to the BEGINNING.
BEING the same land conveyed to
Rachel L. Underwood by J. R. Morgan
et, al. by deed dated the 15th day of
June, 1926, and recorded in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Haywood
County in Book 74. page 56.
BEING Lot No, 2, Block VII as
per survey and Map of J. N. Shool
bred, dated December, 1922, and re
corded in Map Book "B," Index "G,"
of Said County and State.
This property was duly sold under
power of sale in deed of trust on the
17 days of April, 1933, and an m-
crease bid of 10'c having been enter
ed before the expriation of the 10
days allowed for increase bid. the
Clerk of the Superior Court of Hay
wood Count v duly entered an order
authorizing and directing th-j
signed tru-lct, to readvertise
;-.f'l said property according
rn.i pursuant to .he power
con'erred upon me -y thit
i I of trust dated the ISth
Augusi. 1931, recorded in book Zh,
pair.? 271. office of the Register of
Died; of Haywood County, and ex
,.v -11 r - ; ' undci si'-ned by Rachel L.
l"n -c! v(
o-J and husV.ml. S. 1.
:hf. under-iirned will
m-nnurtv for re-sale on th
at th- place aforesaid,
'hi, the 2nd day of May. HI:::'..
M. (5. STAMEY, Trustet
,18 Mav -1-11
NOTICE OF TRl STKES SALE
On Monday, May S, l!i::3, at eleven
o'clock a. m. at the court house door
in Town of Waynesville, Haywood
County, N. C, 1 will sell at puhlk
outcrv to the highest bidder for cash,
the following described lands and
premises lying and being in Waynes
BEGINNING on a slake m the
Easterly edge of new county road
said stake being on Northerly side of
present entrance to Assembly grounds
anil running Northeasterly wittl mar
gin of said county road 155 feet to
a stake in Easterly margin of said
county road and the Westerly mar
gin of "Avenue L" where the two
roads formerly intersected; thence
Southeasterly with the Westerly mar
gin of said "Avenue L" 212 feet to
a stake in Westerly margin of said
avenue and the Northerly margin of
entrance road to Assembly grounds;
thence Westerly with Northerly mar
gin of said entrance road 145 feet to
Being the same land as that con
veyed in a deed from The Junaluska
Construction Company to George Mc
Elroy and wife, Margaret McElroy,
dated October 11, 1920, and recorded
in Book 58 page 123 Record of Deeds
of Haywood County.
Sale made pursuant to power of
sale conferred upon me by deed of
trust dated September 5, 1927, exe
cuted by Geo. McElroy and wife Mar
garet McElroy, and recorded in Hook
of Deeds of Trust No. 11 page 291,
oflice of Register of Deeds of Hay
wood County, to which reference is
made for all the terms and conditions
of the same.
This April 7, 1933,
GEO. H. WARli
No. 47 April 13-29-27 May 4.
NOTICE- OF SUMMONS
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
irenE HOWELL TEAGUE,
The above named defendant. How
ard Teague, will take notice that an
action entitled as above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of Hay
wood County, North Carolina, by the
plaintiff, Irene Howell Teague, against
the defendant, Howard Teague, for
the purpose of. securing an absolutt
divorce on grounds of two years sei
a rat ion. and the defendant will fur
ther take notice that he is required t
be and appear at the Office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of Ha
WOO! 1 County, North Carolina,
Waynesville on the 17th day of Mir
1933, and answer or demur to the com
plaint of the plaintiff filed in said ac
tion or the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in said
This the 17th day of April, 1933.
W. G. BYERS,
Clerk Superior Court.
Xo. 51 Apr. 20-27-May 4-11.
NOTICE. OF FOR ECLOSI RE SALE
UNDER AND UY VIRTUE OF
THE POWER OF S LK contained in
that certain deed of .trust made by
John F. Bass (Unmarried) to Caro
lina Mortgage Company, Trustee, dat
ed May 1, 1926, reco: led in Rook 12.
at Page 256, in the Oflice of the Regis
ter of Deeds of Haywood County,
North Carolina, default having been
made in the payment of th" notes
thereby secuicd, ami the holder there
of having directed that the deed of
trust be ; foreclosed, the undersigned
Trustee will offer for sale at the court
house door in the City of Waynesville,
North Carolina, at twelve o'clock noon
on Thursday, the 25th day of May,
1933, and will sell to the highest bid
der for cash, a certain lot or parcel
of land in or near the City of Way
nesville, Waynesville Township,. Coun
ty of .-Haywood, State of North Caro
lina, and more particularly described
Beginning on a stake on the South
easterly side of Love Lane in the
Town of Waynesville, N. C, which
stake stands in the margin of said
Lane, and is a corner of the Clyde H.
Ray Lot; and runs with the margin
f said Street North 43 degrees East
241 feet to an iron stake, in Mrs. R.
X. Barber's line; thence South with
Mrs. Barber's line 52 degrees 50' East
192 feet to a stake; thence South 22
degrees West 157 feet to a stake, this
stake standing in the C. II. Ray line;
thence with said Ray's line North 71
degrees 20' West 275.5 feet to the
The above described property being
the same land conveyed to John F.
Bass by deed from Edward T. Clark
(widower) dated March 8, 1926, and
filed for registration on the 29th day
of March, 1926, in the office of Regis
ter of Deeds, County of Haywood,
North Carolina, recorded in Book 70,
Title to above property was trans
ferred to George H. Ward.
This, the 20th day of April, 1933.
CAROLINA MORTGAGE COM.
No. 53 April 27 May 4-11-18.
Sisters Compete for Crown
Hundreds of girls of Jugoslav extraction have entered a contest
to reig at the Jugoslav ceremonies as the Jugoslav Queen of Chicago's
World's Fair. Among those who have entered are three sisters shown
above. They are left to right: Made, Rose and Mildred Marcetich.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Mondav, May 29th. 1933, at
eleven o'clock, A. M., at the court
house'. door in Waynesville, .Haywood
County. North Caroina, I will se'l
a1' putdie outcry, to the highest bid
der for cash, the folio-wing describ
ed lands and premises, to-wit;
BEGINNING at a stake at the
Northeast intersection of Carolina
Avenue and Morgan Street, and l urn
tlu nee 'with Morgan Street, N. 2 E.
150 to a stake; thence- S. 88" E. 110
feet to a stake; thence with the line
between lots Nos. 2 and 3, S. 2 W.
150 feet to Carolina- Avenue; thence
N. H8" West with the North margin
of Carolina Avenue 110 feet to the
BEGINNING, Being lots Nos- 1 and 2
in Block 10, of Grimball Park, as
per survey and plat of J. N. Shool
bred. recorded in Man Book "QB,"
Index "G." office of the Register of
1H ;ds of -Haywood County.
Rale made pursuant, to power of
sale conferred upon me by virtue of
a deed of trust executed by Helen C.
Matthews and husband, to Geo. H.
Ward, trustee, -.for Haywood Home
Building & Loan Association dated
July 1928. and recorded, in
Book 23,' at mi go 70. Record of Deeds
of Tru-t of Haywood County, and
said property having been conveyed
to H. i.. Liner.
This the 29th day of April, 1933.
GEO. H, WARD,
No. 57 May 4-11-18-25
j ; Rest r ;
What a comfort to have all the mess and bother of the
laundry out of the house, and at no increase in expendi
ture. With everything considered we can do your laun
drying cheaper than you or anyone else cam Call 205
and begin the better way now.
L E T T H E LA U
"Call 205 We'll Do The Rest"
-1 1) MIX1STRA TOR'S NOTICE
Notice is hereby given all persons
having claims against the estate ol
Bonner Rav. deceased, to present
them to the undersigned -administra
trix on or .before April 1, 1934, or this
1 notice will be pleaded in bar of. their
recovery. . .
MRS. MYRTLE RAY,
Administratrix of Bonner Ray,
0 i , pio-1 20-27 Mai 1 11
NORTH CAROLINA, HAYWOOD
In the Superior Court
The defendant named will' take 'no
tice' that an action entitled as above
has been commenced in the Superior
Court of Haywood County for the
purp:ise of the plaintiff obtaining an
absolute divorce from the defendant on
statutory ground-.;; and the said de
feridant will further take notice that
she is required to appear at the office
of the Clerk of the Superior Court at
the Court House in Waynesville,' North
Caro ina. on the 12th day of May,
1933, and answer or demur to -the
complaint in said. action, or the plain
tiff will apply to-the Court for- the
relief demanded in the complaint.
This the 12th dav of April. 1933.
W. G. BYERS.
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Xo. 4S April 13-20-27-May 4. B1IK
4 N D R Y DO I
(Ho to (EltitrrJj
Rev. K. P. Walker, pastor
Sabbath School 9:45 a. m.1
I'-rt-uciiiriK by the pastor 11 a. n
Sermon subject: "Our Means
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.
.Mid-week praye, service Wednes
day. S p- m. Subject: "Why Study the
Rev. Wade Johnson, Pastor.
Sunday school 9:45, classes for al!
Seimon .-ubject, 11 a. m., '
League meeting- 7 o'clock.
Sermon subject, 7:45 p. m., ',
i.ut tho.je who neglected to brinji
Renew Your Health
Anv "'physician will tell you that
"I'cri'ert i iiril'n ;;1 inn of the System
i:: Natar.y's I'timdaium of Perfect
llcalih." '.Vliy not rid yourself of
clirocic aHmc :'! that are under,
iiiin'ii;; your vitality Purify you
ciitir" hystcin by takiiii' a thorougli
four'-c i f C;:h tab.;, ouco or t .dco
a wti'l' for be vera I weeks and see
!i n ",- ;si-.t;.ro n-var.H you with
Culotai s purify the blood by acti
vating t lie liver, kiducys, stomach
and bowels. In 10 cts. uud 35 cts.
7uckuges. All dealers. ' (Adv.)
tir the nast nine wpeks. the new
curb market at Lenoir in Caldwell
County has averaged $113 a week
-4f ft ffl
TOO MITCH work, too much mental strain, too much worry
then "NERVES". How they torture you, tire you, keep
you awake nights'
"NERVES" make you irritable, restless; give you Headache,
Indigestion. . . ."NERVES" make you look and feel old weaken
resistance and pave the way for serious nervous or organic trouble.
J. M Foster, a druggist, suffered tortures from Over-wrought
Nerves. He had dozens of so called "Nerve Remedies" in his
store. One by one lie tried them without relief until . . . I3ut let
Mr. Foster lei! his experience in his own words.
J. M. Foster
If he had used Pee Gee
ins tead of ordinary pain i
he could smile at his job.
Don't be one of the people who
buy just ordinary paint, and re
gret it later. Buy Pee Gee Paints
and you'll never regret it. Pee
Gee will last longer and look
better, at the same cost. See Us.
Waynesville Hardware Company
R. G. COFFEY, MGR.
Rev. II. W. Baucom, pastor
Sunday school, 9:45. W. C. Alien
Morning W'jr-h:;)- 11:0'.
0:30 all B. Y. P. U.'s of church meet.
7:3u evening worship.
Mid-week prayer service 7:30 Wednesday.
The icvival is still in progress at
tlrs chuich. Large crowds are at-
(ten.ling each evening, and the intel -i
est is growing at every service. The
pastor, and Rev. L. F. Clark are doing
the preaching. Plain gospel message
are being brought each day. The pub
lic is invited to attend.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIt
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Notice is herby given that the.un.
dersigned will apply to hi- Excel
lency, J. C. B. Ehringhaus, Governor
at his office in Raleigh. North Carolina-
for a- parole. The undersigned
having been convicted at the Novem
ber term, 1932, of the Superior
Court of Haywood County, for break
ing and entering. This notice is giv
en in compliance with the statuts and
all persons who are opposed to said
parole are hereby notified tj enter
This the 15th day of April, 1933.
No. 50 Apr. 20-27-May 4-11.
' J think Dr. Miles Nervine vt fic . (sr nerve
medicine made, and that a better one cannot be
jnade. D) Miles' Nervine ions the only medi
cine on the shelf or in the prescription case that
putmeonmy jeet." J, M. Foster, Druggist
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