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THIRDAY' OCTOBER 19,
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
'. II FITZWATEIt. IV IV. Mem
: of faculty. Moody Bible
Institute of Chicago,)
j ;, Vestern Newspaper l-'nion.
Lesson for October 22
PAUL IN ASIA MINOR
,S TEXT Acts 13:1-5. 13-15
KN Tit XT And he saiil unto
o ye Into all the world, and
the gospel to every creature.
,'J.IMAKl lUt lt rui vv..ij rnrima
Heir About Jesus.
I' VI.iK TOI'IC A Ship Sets pail.
INTKHMKDIATE AND SKXIOH TOP-ir'.-
W hy Send Missionaries Alirn.nl?
I-sr. I'KOPI-K A.M AliLI.T
I, The Beginning
lions i vv. 1-12).
This marks the beginning of foreign
'missions as the deliberately planned
enterprise of the church.
1. The gifts of the church al Anti
och (v. 1). Voting as was Antioch, the
new religious center, she had prophets
anil teachers. When Christ ascended
,i high, he gave gifts to men for the
,UriMse of perfecting the saints unto
the nor!; of the ministry (F.pli. 4:S-12L
The church does not exist for itself,
tint for service to others.
j. First missionaries sent forth (vv.
2, :t). Ilarnahas and Saul were the
lirs: foreign missionaries. They went
forth by the hands of the- church at
the command of the Spirit. The work
ef evangelizing the world was laid so
heavily upon these men that they re
fraino'l from eating in order to seek
the will of Cod in prayer. They were
(lirerie.l to send forth those whom the
Spirit called, teaching us that the real
call for service 'comes from the Spirit.
'The Spirit Called and the .very host
men were sent from the church at Anti
och. Before sending fortli the mis
sionaries., there was a second season
of prayer before laying hands upon
them, indicating that 'ordination lias
its proper place in sending forth mis
sionaries. Treadling, the Word of Cod in
Cyprus (vv. -1, o). .I5ecau.se the gospel
is "pood news," it is natural for the
missionary to go among bis acquaint
ances. Christ commanded the one out
of whom a demon had been cast to go
to his own house and tell what great
things the Lord had (lone for him
4. Withstood by Klyina tin' sor
cerer (vv. O-lli). Klynias, under the
ii:!ii!enee of Satan, sought to turn the
mi rut of Sergius I'aiilus from the Word
of Cod; and to hinder the gospel as It
entered upon its career of conversion
of the heathen. Paul denounced him
as tub of guile and villainy.
II. Paul and Barnabas at Antioch
in Pisidia (vv. 13-10).
From Cyprus I'aul and Barnabas,
with .loim' Mark, went northward to
IVrga. Here, for some reason, Mark
parted company with the missionaries,
anil returned home. We are not told
us to why he went back, but It is a
pleasure to know that he later re
(teemeil himself. Before Paul's death,
tie spoke favorably of Mark, declaring
1l:at lie had found him profitable unto
the ministry (II Tim. 4:11). "teaching
Ahtioeh in Pisidia they entered a syna
gogue on the Sabbath day. Though
I'aul was now a missionary to the Gen
tiles, he aid not depart from his cus
tom to ii to the .Tew first.
III. Paul and Barnabas Preaching
the gospel in Lystra (Acts 14 ;12S).
1. At I.oiiium (vv. 1-7). Their expe
rience here was much the same as at
. Antioch. They preached in the syna
g"giie; causing a multitude of .Tews
.-and Gentiles to believe. The unbe
lieving Jews stirred up the Gentiles
to the most hitter persecution.
2. The attempt to worship; Paul and
I'aniatias as' gods (vv. 8-1S). To
,seape the united assault of the .Tews
'..cl Centiles, they fled to Lystra' and
oe. where they preached the gos
The healing . of the lame nian
sinned new difficulty.
as a confirmed cripple, having never
a!'Koji. On hearing Paul preach, faK't
"as horn itv his heart (Rom. 10:17).
When i'aul perceived that he trusted
r'iirist, he called with a loud voice so
i'li't ill could hear.' for the man to
-stamj ripHght. The cure was instah
huiiK.iis for he leaped and walked,
"his miracle was so notable that the
' J'.'T.v Miing Which should have been a
..wlp 'now became a hindrance. The
!"''';! sought to worship the mission-
The stoning, of Paul (vv. 1'.'. -").
Weke'. Jews from Antioch and Teo-
. nillm ptirsued Tanl with such rolerit
H hate that they stirred up the peo
ple -''it this place, -who had been will
'PP - to worship' the missionaries, to
Mono them. This shows that safanie
r,rship can soon be transformed into
s'itiinie bate. They not only stoned
f'lul, hut dragged him out of. the city
f'r ''!'. God raised him up, and with
:, intlaunfed -courage I'aul, pressed on
Wjth liis; duties as a missionary bear
:'2 good hews to the lost.
The Name Jeiu
i the name Jesus were left out of
i 'J Prayers, our hymns, and our wor
stl P. we would mourn as If the rose
T effaced from the cheek of morn
p the sun were banished from the
, yns, and the sweetest note strick
't!in the psalm of life.
Proof of Discipline
his sufferings the Christian Is
ne" tempted to think himself forgot
But his afflictions are the clear
Proofs that he is an object of
1 fatherly discipline.
(Bo to (Ehurrlt mtuaij
Kev. H. W. Baucom, pastor
Sunday school, 9:45. V. C. Allen
Morning worship. 11:00 o'clock,
sermon by Rev. Brown Caldwell.
Evening worship. 7:30 o'clock, ser
mon by Rev. Brown Caldwell.
0:30 all B. Y. P. U.'s of church meet.
Mid-week prayer service 7:30 Wed
nesday Mi ST
Morning worship 11 a. m.
Evening worship 7:30 p. m.
:40 p. m.
Epworth League C:43.
ST. JOH.VS CATHOLIC CHUliCH
Rev. Michael A- Carey.
Mass at 11 Sunday,
Mass, week days at '
:30 A. M.
Flees Wreck Scene
Officials of Pownie Brothers' circus
would like to rind a missing-employee,
who thought their lion eiage
wouldn't hold a lion.
The missing, man was driving a
truck on which a caged lion was
loaded from Augusta. Ga near An
derson, when the truck wrecked on a
Without waiting to ascertain wheth
er the cage had broken open, the
chauffeur tied. The cage remained
intact, but the truck driver hasn't
been seen since.
NEKKO WINS SI IT
Robert tl ill- negro lilling -station
helper, has fouii i 'the claws of the
Blue Eagle aty sharp as has W- C.
Skeen. who . operates the station in
Gill said he was working for $ti a
week when Skeen put up the banner
of the Blue Eagle . and that the
wages were not changed when he
should have received $14 weekly.
The cast. came to court, where
Skeen said he had a contract with
(Jill, but Magistrate ('; C. Muse
awarded the negro $70.. -th,. difference
between what (Jill was paid before
the banner was posted and what he
uVi.inld have received after Skeen
went under the code-
Powerful Pellet ruling
Promotes Healthy H
(Jet a two-ounce bottle of .Mitone -Emerald
Oil (full strength) with the
distinct understanding. that you must
get quick relief and splendid results
or your money cheerfully refunded.
The verv first application will give
you relief 'and a few short treatments
will thoroughly convince, you that by
sticking failiifuiiy to it a
short while longer oui
troubles will, disappear.
Smith's Cut Rate Prug
Store i- selling lots of it.
All parties owins the Dr. H. I
Allen estate, are asked to make
adjustment with Doyle I), Alley
at once, thereby saving cost of
Loan and Trust,
Relieved By Taking Cardui
"I was weak and run-down and
euffereo quite a hit with pains In
niy side," writes Mrs. Nick Bar
ranco, of Beaunioht, Texas. "I was
nervous. I did hot rest well at
night, and my appetite Was poor. I
' "My mother had used Cardui
with beneficial result, so I decided
to take it. I surely am glad I did.
for It stotped the pain in my side
and built up my general htaith.
I took seven bottles in all."
Cardui to sold at all drug stores.
COUNTY OF HAYW OOP.
' Under and by virtue of the power
and authority contained in that cer
tain deed of trust executed by Sam
ueLLee Howell and wife. Wi n Ross
Howell and C. E. Howell, ( idow)
to The Raleigh Saivings Bank and
Trust Company, trustee, which said
deed of trust is dated March.. 1, 1927.
and recorded in Book 20. page 22. of
the Haywood County Registry, default
having been made in the payment of
H A Z K 1. WO O D PRESBYTERIAN
Rev. O. C. Laiuirum. Pastor.
Sunday School. 10 o'clock.
Morning service 10:40 o'clock.
Vesper service ti:4"v
K veiling service 7:;!0 o'clock.
1 l ayer meeting every edn
niglr. at 7: SO o'clock.
HAZEIAVoOD HADTIST (HlliCH
Sunday School 9:4."i.
11 :00. Sermon bv Pastor.
7:00, Meeting of all B. Y. P. U.'
of the church.
8:00, Each Wednesday mid-week
FIRST I'liLSb'YTh'RIA V i HCRCH
Dr. R. P. Walker. Minister
Bible School 9:45 a. ni.
Sermon 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday
Rally Pay in Sunday School
Social Rally given by men of
church 7:30 p. m.. Oet.lSth.
the indebtedness thereby sectired and
in the conditions therein secured, the
undersigned suhsttutecf trustee by
instrument recorded in Book I'O. page
o0, Haywood County Registry, will on
Monday. No ember ti l'.i.'i;!, at or
about twelve- o'clock noon at the
courthouse door a'. Waynesville. North
Carolina, offer for -ale and sell to 'the
highest bidder for cash the following
All that certain piece parcel or
tract of land containinir MoV, acres,
more or less, situate, Ivinir and being
on joiiatnan s reek, about seven
mile- from the town of Wavnesville,
lying in Jonathan's Creek Township,
HavwiMiil ('ountv, -North Carolina.
having such shape, metes, courses and
distance... as will more fully appear
by reference to a plat thereof, made
by C. P. M ed ford, a survevor. I H'ccm
ber 7, 11122, and bounded a- follows:
On the North by the lands of E. 11.
.Howell- on the Ivasl by the lands
of J. II, Allison, on the'-South l.iv the
lands of Rowe It. How(db and on the
West by the lands of F II. Moodv and
Jonathan's Creek ami being the prin
cipal part 'of a trac-f. of .land describ
ed from Rowe B --.Howell, ef al to
Samuel I.ee Howell, dated November
7- 1SH7, and recorded in Book . !'..
page -121, Record of . Peeds of Hay
wood County, to which referenc,. is
hereby made for a more complete de
script ion of the same.
Terms of. sale cash and trustee will
require deposit of 10' 'i of the amount
of th bid as evidence of good faith.
This the-ftth dav of October. l!t.",3.
JOSEPH I.. COCKERH AM
Robert Woiiistcin and Victor W.
Thompson. Attorneys. Raleigh- N- C. I
No. Ill-(ct. 12-F' 2(! Nov. 2.
S I ' R VIC I
CATION. IVY I'l -BU
ST. TF. OF NORTH 'CAROLINA.
in thf svi'FKioR conn
James Lewis Maker
The defendant above named will
t ike notice that an action "entitled a
above has been commenced in the
Superior Court of I lay woo, I County,
North Carolina, for divorc,. on tin
grounds of two years separation ; and
the said defendant .will . f u it her take
notice that she is. required, to appear
before, the Clerk of the ..Superior
Court of Haywood County- at his of.
tice iii W'ayncsv.ilto, 'North Carolina
on the lltli day -of --November. 11:!3
and. answer or demur to the corri
jilaint. or the; relief therein will be
It! ante. I
This the 1Kb dav of October. !!133.
W. (J. BYERS.
Cleik Superior Court, of Haywood
Cnuntv N. C.
Ko. 112 Oct. 121t-2;-Xov, 2. I'd
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES
I'ATE NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
1,'nder and by virtue of the power
and authority Contained in that cei;
tain deed, of trust executed by ('. A.
Black and Wife. Leila Black, to Tin'
Raleigh Savings Bank . and Tn;
Company trustee, which .said deed of
trust - is 'dated March 1st. 1!)27. and
recorded in Book 20, page .31. of the
Haywood County Registry, default,
having been 'made in the payment of
th,. indebtedness therehv secured an-i
in the conditions ' therein- secured, the
undersigned --.ubstituted Ttrustee l(y
instrument' recorded in Book 89. page
4S()., Haywood County Registry, will
on Thursday, November 'J 1933. a-t-or
a'iut twelve o'clock noon, at fb-'
courthouse door at Waynesville, North
Caroliina offer for sale and sell 'to
the highest bidder for cash the fol
lowing descrilu'd property:
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land containing. 93.3 ac-es-mor
or less. situate.: lying and being
in Waynesville Township, Haywood
Countv, North Carolina, about -three
miles from the Town of VVavnesvt'.le,
and on the Waynesville-Woodrow
Highway, having such shapes, metes-,
courses and - distance? as will more
fullv appear by reference to a plat
thereof, made by J. W.Seaver, Sur
vevor. on the 20th day of Pecember,
1920. and attached to the ahstract
now on file with the' Atlantic. Joint
Stock Land Bank of Raleigh, the same
being bounded on the North by the
State Highway on the East by the
lands of Miss Marian A. Boggs. and C,
A- Black; on the South by 'the.' lands
of Mrs. J. K. Boone and on the West
bv the lands of A. T. McCracken and
Dewey Francis, and being the iden
tical tract of land conveyed by deed
from G. D, Kilgore and wife. Nannie
A. Kilgor,. to C. A. Black of date.
September first, 1924- said deed being
duly recorded ill Peed Book Xo. 87,
page 30t5. m th,. otlice of the Register
of Peeds for Haywood County. State
of Xorth Caroliina, to which refer
ence is made for a more complete
description and location of same.
Terms ef sale cash and trustee will
require deposit of 10'', of the amount
of the hid as evidence of good faith.
This the 9th day of October 193a".
Robert Weinstein and Victor W,
Thompson. Attorneys. Raleigh. N- C.
No. 1 10 -Oct 12-19-2fi-Nov. 2.
STATE OF XORTH CAROLINA.
HAY WOOP COl'NTY.
IN THE Sl'PERlOR t'Ol'RT.
Will F. Haynie
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Havwood County,
Xorth Carolina, for divorce on the
grounds of two years separation: and
the said defendant will further take
notice that she is roauired to appear
befor,. th,. Clerk of the Superior
Court of Haywood County, at his of
fice in Wavnesville, North Carolina,
on the 11th dav
and answer or
plaint, or the rc
This the lltli .
of Xovemlier. 1!33.
demur to the com
licf theicin will be
of October. 'X
of Ha v woe
t ount v N . C.
No 113-' Oct. 12 1!"
A PM 1 M STR AT ( 1 R'S NOTICE
II i -i n - qualilied as administrator
of the estate of Mrs. Lena M. Cox,
deceased late of Haywood County.
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons 'having claim., against the
estate to exhibit them to the under
sigm d. at llazelwood, North Caro
lina, on or before th,. Kb day of
October 1'.I3. or this notice will lie
pleaded in liar of their recovery.
AIL persons indebted (o said estate
will please make payment immediate
ly. . This the 1th day of October. 1033.
HENRY M ( OX.
Administrator of (he estate of: Mrs.
Lena M Cox.
107 Oct. r.-12-l'.
II AY WOOP COUNTY.
I'nder and by virtue of (he power
and .authority contained in (hat cer
tain deed of trust executed by Jesse
E. Willis and wife. Bertie Willis, to
The Raleigh Saving Hank and Trust
Company, trustee, which said deed 'of
t rust is
I lay won
in I lie e
dated March-1. 11120. and re
in Book 12 I'age "2IS, of the
h ( ount y Regis!
been made in the
ondit ions herein
si cured and
ok .I0. Pago
on W Cdiies
at or 'about
tinder.-igneil sulisJ it uled.
insiruinent recorded in It-
CD, Countv Registry, will
ilay . November 1 .V 1 !I3:!.
t w elve o'clock noon, a
door a! Waynesville,
offer- for sale and se
bidder lor cash t lie f.
Nort h ( aroiina,
I to th,, highest
ed property :
All tboe 'certain pieces, or parcels
of land situate, lying 'and being in
Bi-averdam Township. Haywood '.'ouu
Iv North Carolina, 1 adjoining (he
lands-of Jodie !' Mann, John Moflitt.
.1 R Willis, Lee Worle.y Webb Mann,
and W'. '. Willis, 'about four, miles
.Northwest from ('anion, N. '... and
haviftg such shape-, 'roiirscs and dis
!..'inees as will mole fullv apin.ar by
refereriee to a plat thereof, made by
J, c. Ilaynes. Survevor Febru ary,
1920 from a Survey made by T. C
Mob-on in May 19lo. and atlaelied to
tile abstract now on lib- with the
A'lantir Joint Stock Land Bank of
Itiloigb- North Caio and being the
-a tne land ''described in the following
deeds;.' Nola L. Evans and husband
to J. E. Willis, dated Marc h 1 , 191,
iecorded in Book ,j0. I'age o!9. W.
V. Willi's- and wife to. Jesse. I'i. Willi,
dated March 20. 1917 recorded- in
Book 49, I'age o.tl Minnie (l.'Reur,
atui husband to J E W'illis, dated
--.- .- and registered in Bok
oil, I'age 2.14.T, O. Pay 'and wife to
Jes-e E. Willis, dated March 30. 1920.
and registered in . Book oO,. Page .ri4.
Ivxoep: one and one-half acre sob I to
AV V. -Will i. by deed recoi ded in Book
oil,. I'ag,. o92. , All of the foregoing
deeds being .recorded in .Haywood
County. North Carolina; and (he saiil
1 1 aits of: lands . ciiiitaining 153.2.')
acres, mor,,.. less.
Terms of sat,, cash and trustee will
require deposit of 10''. of the amount
of bid as evidence of good faith.
This -he 1 1th day of October, 1933.
JOSEPH L. COCKERHAM.
Roliert Weistein, and Victor W.
Thompson, Attorneys, Raleigh, N. (',, .
No, 1 l.'i - Oct. I9-2;-Noy.: 2-9.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
Under and by virtue of the .author
ity conferred by Peed of Trust exe
cuted by Pete Nicoloudis (Single)
dated the Lath day of December. 1927,.
and recorded m. Book 2Q, Page .121,
in the office, of the Register of Deeds
for Haywo'wl County, V. S. Bryantj,
Substituted Trustee, ,, will,, at twelve
o'clock Noon on
TH U RSPA Y, NOVEMBER 1 (5th 1933
at the Court House Door of Haywood
County in Waynesville. North Carolina,-
sell , at public auction for cash
to the highest, bidder, the, following
land, to-wit: I
A lot in or near the Town of
Waynesville. N- C. and BEGINNING
at a stake at thP Northwest corner
of the Aggie Smyer lot, which stake
is K feet from the West margin of
Bryson Street, and 99 feet from the
East margin of Daisy Avenue and
in the line between lots Nos. 25 and
26, in Block "E" of the Oak Forest
Addition to the Town of Waynesville.
and runs thence with the line be-
tween said lots up a mi.. South So
degrees West UK1-., feet t.i Paisy Av
enue; thence with Paisy Avenue
South 1 degree West l-'iO feet to ;i
stake, corner between said lots No-
2S and ''! in saiil Block of Oak
Forest; thence with the line between
said lots. North So degrees East 124
feet to a stake; theme with a wire
ieiice. North 1 degree East 100 fivt
to a stake in Aggie Sniyer's line.
and in the lin,. between lots Nos. 20
and 27, which stake is W feet West
ot the West margin of Bryson Street;
thence with the said Aggie Snivel's
line South So degree.. i"est 24 feet
to a stake. Aggie Snivel's South
west corner; ;hence with his line anil
with the line of wir,. fence. North 1
degree East f0 feet to th,. BEC1N
N1NC U'lng the Western portion of
lots Nos. 2ti 27, and 2s. in BIiH'k ' E"
et Oak Park Addition, as per map
recorded in Peed Book No. "R," office
ot the Register of Peeds of Havwood
I ouuty, North Carolina.
Th,, above lot of land being the
same property conveyed to Pete
NiCiiloudis single- by deed from J.
Wiley James single, dated Novem
bei Li l;27, and recorded in the
olhce of the Register of Peeds of
Havwood County- North Carolina
This sale is made on account, of do
fault in payment of the indebtedness
secured by said deed of trust, and is
subject to all taxes ami - assessments
against said property whether now
due or to become due-
A he per cent (,V,) cash depos
it will be required of the highest
bidder at the sale.
(he 1 1th dav of October. l!3.l.
V. S. BRYANT,
I ) Subst ltuted Trustee.
Oct- l'.l-2(i-Nov. 2 !.
NOTICE OF TRI'STEE'S SALE
October 30. lit:
1 I .
A. M. at the court
town of Wavnesville,
I ('ountv North Carolina,
i signed trustee will sell at
utcry to the biirbesl biddi
th,. following lands ,-uid prein-
jm's. lying ami beinu' in Waynesville
Township, Haywood County, North
Carolina', and more particularly de--cribed
Hb-CINNINC at a slake in I he
center of Stale Highway No U. at
lar, . (3
S 1 I
A. l'ol eat.
E. 1073 feel
S. f,s E.
i he resi
to a pop
i a S
'ridge ) ; ( hone,
to a hickory;
feet (o a Span
(hence N. SS
in an old
I-:'. 232:. feel I
(bene,, N. 1
'niiish oak by'
branch in Ihetrown line; thence with
(hat line S. 4' W, tiso feet lo a staki
thence with said Brown line N. f2
i a red
with S i
ws: S. 2 '
;o' !: ids
02 '. -3I.I'
SO feet ;
-31'r feet ; '
with a i
12o feet ; N'., 04
est 31 I feel ; N
31 LY' W; lo the
ecu tor i
lighway No ; 0
Highway in ;i
(ion t the HE
i portion of tin
'in. a deed from .1
W. Blow n el al
'A ' page 3 12
lenneis. ,.t al
rded in Boo
nil of Peeds
if land a small par
emncil hy t in- I ow n
for it. . reservoir
perty and -h
wn a m l ileo-nbeii m
if Special Proceed
109, el seq. and.
A N 1 1
d bv deeds
'd as follow-:
lo ,M At I
March t'u 1 92 s.
7. page ill:
to 'Town of Liu
Peed to Rev llern.a r
dated January IS, !:i29.
in Book 77 page 4 10-
This deed.'nf t in s is -prior
deed of On! execiil
ulijeCt to a
ed to M. (i
imlebtedness lo J
corded in Book 20.
of 1 leeds of 'T' u t ol
conveying a lot
Highway No, 10,
to secure certain
N Shoolbred, re-
lingo I (in. Record
' Havwood ( oun'y,
fronting on the
loo feet and run-
rung back laO fee!.
, ' 'This sale aniide pui'suanl. to power
ol sale coiiterred upon me bv virtue
of a. deed of .trust executed bv John
F. Bass and wife, Hallie V." Bass,
dated July 21 .1930, and: recorded in
Book 20. paire 20b, Record of Pee
of 'J ru t of Havwood County. N- C.
' 'Tin September 29, T933.
M. G. STAMEY.
No.. ior1--oct. ri-i2-i9-2f;.
NOTICE OF, TRUSTEE'S SALE
Monday, October 30th. 1933. at
leveii o'clock A. M. at the court
ion. -e door in. the Town of Waynes-.-1
1 i f -. Haywood County. N. ('..- I will
ell t public outcry to the. highest
inider-. for cash the following lands
aid premises, lying and being in Clyde
lownship, Haywood County. N. C
inn more particularly (lescnoeu as
Being lots Nos, (i and 7 of the II
Medford property in Clyde Town
lup. -. JlaywiKwl County, North Car.
oiina as snown ny map and survey
made hy- R. V- Justice, Surveyor,
dated August, jyz.i. -which said map
is recorded in liook ot Map4 in
the office of Register of Deeds of Hay
wood County, and said man is hereby
referred to lor a more full and com.
plete description of said lots in meets
bale madp pursuant to the power
conferred upon me bv deed of trust
executed bv Mrs, M. A. Penland dated
14th dav of Julv. 1924. and recorded
in Book 10 of Deeds of Trust at page
249 oflice of Register of Deeds of
Haywood Countv, reference to which
is hereby made for all the terms and
conditions of the same.
This September 2S. 193.3.
J. R. MORGAN.
Trustee- . ,
No. 104 Oct. 5-12-19-2G.
S SALr ,
On Mondav Octolx-r :;o. iq:;:i Hii
o'clock A M. at the court house d f
in the town of W.-iyne-vil!,. Hayw. ii
County, Xorth Carolina. I will iff.
to the highest bidder for cash,
public outcry the following laif
and premises, lying and being j
the town of Canton. Beaverd 1
lownship, Haywood County, No
BEOiIXNTN'tJ at a stake in
north curb of the sidewalk of Chu
Street, M H. ( ook's corner, and n
with th,. curb of said Church Str
S. .ri2" 40' W. 14(5 feet to a s'.,
in the Street in the junction
Church Street and Bridge St re
theii'e with the curb on East side
Bridge Street N. 1 ' E. 203 1-3 t
to a stake in the sidewalk of
iron bridge Across the South
Railway; thence with the bank al.
the Southern Railway, X. K.V E.
feet to a stake, M. H. Cook'., It
thence with the line of M. H Cook
7 4'i E- 1215.40 feet to the place
Being the same land described
a deeil from Francis Anni,. Bell :
husband. W. F.Bell to 0. V. Bell ;
H S Hell, date,! November 14 If
and recorded in Book (59. page !
Being also the same property
scribed in a deed from (J. M. Smi
ers and wife, I-:. J. Smathers,
Francis Annie Hell dated No verm
1 1917. and recorded in Book
page 37 Record of Peeds of H
Sale made pursuant to powei
sale conferred upon me by deed
(rust executed by H. S. Hell and w
Bell, and C V. Hell and w
Hell, dated August 1st, 11
ink 22, png,, '.
l'riist of Hayw
the 29th day of Sepleml
J E 1.1 AN
No 100 Oct.
NOTICE OF S
1 ' N P !
I'nder and by virtue of
coiit. lined in a certain dee,
executed by T. O Vickels
a tit hoi
and w '
to the Citizens National
cigii. X. ('., Trustee, on
Bank of 1 "
plember. 1927. recorded ' )
20. Pag,, SI, Registry of H ;
Countv, North Carolina.-. ':
having been made in t ho p '
meiii ot tn,. inileliledness secu
theieby. ' the undersigned Coma
sioner of - Banks. . having succei'ded
(he rights and duties of the No
Caroliii.-i I tank and 'Trust Cbinpa
successor to Cili.en- .National B:
if Raleigh. N.
( ' said I rustee, a
at public auction,
if the Haywood Co
door on Monday, '
! at I welv,, o'cl.
of or parcel of 1;
situate in Wayn
Carolina, atid m
scribed a- follows:
lying in the Groin
of the Southern A
GINNING at a stak,
Avenue "F.' corner
atid bT of Block No.
md I B
13 of th
feet to a
41 degrees 1.
stake in back line
t hence Soli' h 1 90
-t 100 feet with
grees ',.( 1 ' We
back line of I.
11(5, 1 1 : to a
53 degrees Ea
the' margin of
with Avenue "
no iiH. i
stake ; t bene
nee Soi J
a staki' .T
t So feet to
F" 150' to lb
' Le ;
N I NG. .( ontaiiinig and
N"i. .'.s no of Bloc
t he Soul hern A -sembly
if Maps ,
f Haywood ('out
t lie same bit -7.
G- Vicki rs :b
al, by -deed da
R, II V
k 73, p.
Havw it leeoldl
old of I
t fo eel
in that (
re.st ricl ions as $':''
lain deed made by
bly to R. H. Willis
dated September 2:
and C. R.
corded in Hook .37: jiagi
County Registry- N.: C,
Mated tins ..ril (lav
lay of Septr
No; 103- Oct. 0-12-19-2(5
NOTICE OF EXE( I'TIUN SAI
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
COl'NTY OF HAYWOOD.
I.N THE SUPERIOR '.COURT.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
O.N RELATION OF N A N NT I
Vs.- -:, .
J ESSE B. I.OCKMAN AND J A lit
VIS L. PALMER. II. R. PALMER
tnd W. (J. B, MESSER.
By virtue of execution directed
the undersigned from the Sunei-
Court of Havwood (aiuntv , in
iihove' entitled action, 1 will res
pursuant :ta a raised. .bid', on ,Mond,
November (ith 1933, at eleven o'clo
A. M, at the court house (loiir of s '
County, to the highest bidder S
cash, to satisfy said execution, all
right, title and interest which -:
said Jesse B. Lockman has in the 1
lowing described real estate, to-wi
BEGINNING on a stake in
south margin of a lo-fiHit alley, e'
run S., 30" 30r,W. lSO. feetto a st;
in the north margin ot a ,.o-t
treet; thence with said -street.-Si
W. !.' 1 feet to a stake; thence
!0 ' :,",0". E. .1K0 feet tn - uth mar
of , 15-foofc alley; tlienc with s
alley. N SO" W. 93',. feet- to the I;
GINNING- Being the same lot,
parcel of land conveyed in a d,
from C, D. Meilford and wife. Paul .,
Medford. to J. B- Lockman d
JUIV li. l.'-t. ami lecuiueu in
170 1.1 ,.l ll.iu.lj - K
Mnvuood Countv. N. C.
This the 2hth dav ot aeptemt
1933- . . ' t
J. A. LU t..
Sheriff of Haywood County .
No. l(JtJ Oct- 5-12-19-2(3 ' ,'.v
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