THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1931
LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
Mr. LeRoy Davis who has been con
nected with Hyatt and Company loft
on Tuesday for Sumter, S. C. where
f has accepted a position with the
ilcMilhan Petroleum Company.
Mrs- I.11PV loan- U- C T .. .!
, J c., nail, ui 1.VI1CI1-
urg. a.. arrived on Momiav to be--"me
associated with the Health De
partment. She will be the public
wealth nurse of Swain countv.
Mrs. Lucile Foy. Mrs. Elizabeth de
Leat Mrs. Kufus Barnes, and Miss
ue Willard Lindsley left Monday for
Cudlowhee, where they will attend a
teachers training cou.se offered under
-hp Emergency Relief Education, af
ter which they will he placed in the
Judge Felix Alley spent the week
end m town with his family. Mon
aay h(, left for Sparta where he wili
hold court for the next two weeks
Mrs. Nancy Keener had as her j
quests over the week-end Mr. and i
Mrs. Burton Spraker. of .lohnson City.
THE FOOD STO
Featuring Quality and Value
tne one customer
we want most Peanut Butter
I 1 lb. jar ... 15c
2 for 15c 21b. jar ... 25c
Canned Mackerel . .... 3 for 25c
Corned Beef .... . . 15c
Peter Pan Salamon . .... . .2 for 25c
6 for 23c
Per lb. Per lb.
' : n ttrsr P4ftr
Or THE MEAL"
Blue Plate Salad Dressing
One half pt 10c Pint 15c Quart 25c
Monarch Gelatine Dessert 5 for 25c
Shredded Wheaia" -2 for 25 c
Corn Flakes .
SUGGESTIVE MARKET ITEMS
Pork Chops .... ... . . . per lb. 20c
Lamb Roast . . . . . . . per lb. 15c
Beef Roast per lb, 14c
Pan Trout per lb. 15c
Oysters. Standard . . ; . per pint 25c
Fillet of Salt Mackerel . ... Each 5c
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Alexander, of
Columbia University New York City,
spent the week-end in town
Mr. Arnold Vanderhivf, of Ashe
ville, spent Saturday in town on
Mis.s Velm., McFl'.iannon, wtio has
been with her sister. Mrs. V. D.
Smith, for the past several months
leave for Nashville. Tenn. today. She
expects to complete the work for her
B S, degree from the Ceorg,, Pea
body Teachers Training College in
one quarter and will remain over for
som, graduate work toward her M
A. degree from the same institution.
Mr. and Mrs. F.an-c!? Massie and
Mis. Caroline Ashton rival; were
among those motoring to the Cher
oke,. Indian Re.-ei at ion , j. observe
tile Annual Indian Fair
Mrs. V. 1,. Hardin and Mrs R I.
Allen motored to Asheville in Tuos-
No. 1 can
3 fo 25c
V7v la&uii kJUttJJ rLri
.2 for 15c
Mr. J. F. Rogers, of Cra'otre?, j
spent Tuesday in town on business.
Mr. F B- Rickn an member of the
board of County Commissioners, was
among those in town the first of the
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Stovall spent
Tuesday in Asheville on business
Mr. Boom- Sentelle, of Pigeon, was
a Waynesville visitor on Tuesday.
Mrs. Alec Shuford and Mrs. R. A
Grimes, of Hickory arrived on Tues
day to spend several' days as the,
guests of Mrs. Marbie Blaylock at,
her cottage on Main street. ,
Mr Horace Ledbettor, of Pigeon,
made a business trip to town the
tirst of tile week.
Mrs. F. C. Wagenfold and daugh
ter. Miss Corinne Wagenfeld, were
among those motoring to Asheville on
Mr and Mis .Aooert 1- Com anil
young sun, Jackie, spent the week-en. 1
in Flizabethtot,, Tennessee the guests
of Mi. ami Mr- Walter Dungan.
Mr. Messcr Meuford. of Iron Duff.
ia- a Wavncsvitle visitor on Tuesday.
Mrs. K. F. Wood, of Flizahothton,
Tennessee, who has been the gues'
of her patents. Mr. and Mrs. John
X. Shoolhrod, returned during the
week to her home
Mr. Carol Hell agent of the Texaco
i oinpanv left on Tuesday for Nor
folk. Va '
M.s. !'!,.. T:,.,i, ol' Jonathan:
t'reek, pont TlRsdav in town shop
M ! . .L ;ri Y. C"o.im..ii ( Raleigh,
sjiiit 'lUi-da.v in town on business
Mr. (io(.,.im.ii is iW Hist i i i t .Farm
Alien: and .-pen! tlie day in consul
.11 w. ; i, Mr. V. H Smith rogard
' 1 s: ! ! vaiiou- project.- being handled
:i.' us ii ;'',. .ill'ice ol' ih,. . ouniv farm
.. . Ah -l
' 1 ei k
w as it Wuvn
visit o - on
Mi - . 'i; 1 10111011 . motoic'd to
A.-bei!!e . n Tuesday with a party id'
il if H Is.
Miss Mary Barber and Mis.- Mary
Stringliold wel e ailiing t 'hb-e motor
ing to Aslieyille oil Saturday,
la.'lc.s Radgott left on Wod-
Knowillo, Tennessee where
Mr. Hadirett lor a week's
Miss Nancy Killian spent Monday
in Asheville attending the meeting
of the Women's Auxiliaries of the
Asheville Preshytorial. Miss Killian
is t he tiiesiilonl it I hi Women's Work
of the local Presbyterian church and
represented, the church at the meet
Mrs J, Harden Howell spent Mon
day in Asheville
Mrs. Diana Slioolbred with a party
of friends motored to Asheville on
Mrs. W. H. Clark,, who has spent
the summer with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs Clyde H. Ray, left on Sunday
for her home in Tarpon Springs. Fla.
She was accompanied as fur as Jack
sonville by her brother, Mr. Clyde II.
Ray Jr., who returned on Tuesday.
".Dr. C.-N. Sisk addressed the Jack
son County Teachers at their meeting
held in Sylva on Saturday morning.
September the 22nd.
.Mrs Robert, Woodward, who has
boon out of town for a few weeks,
returned to Wnvnosvilh- mi Wedtios:
, Miss t.illiai
Fowler and Miss Hart
of the District Health
1 H part ment , have
house of: Mr W T.
; Mr. JohnM. Fl
who is with the
Health, p"nt three
1 h,.. routine businc
'.. for th
.yd of . .V-hevilk
State ' Hoard of
day- in town on
lint IV Wi
Mrs. I);,,, Wa'k i - rnd Mrs.
Han.- li'.tha were ' -anions
attended the Indian Fair at
Mr Sam Robin-on. ml .Mr. Chester
Cngr'riu i ti, of' Canton. afteiido court
in Waviie.-vill.. last. Week.
Mr: and Mrs. Kenneth' "Ferguson
and Mr. and Mrs, . Feliy Stovall mo
tored to Cherokee
d 'attended the Indian K
.Mrs. J.auiist-i Hardin. Jr.
young son Bobbie who. have been
visiting the' foimer's parents in Hen
dersonville, returned to . their home
Mr. Innis SMntell". . attorney of
Canton, made a business trip to Way
nesville on Thursday.
Mis C. h. Dickson, of Durham, the
former Mi.s Elizabeth Uoone, is the
guest of her mother and sister, Mrs.
John K Boone and Mrs. Hugh Massie
She will spend two weeks be fore :e-
tuining to her home in Durham.
Mrs. Tom Lee. Jr , who with Mrs.
Richard N. Barber, Jr.. has been vis
iting the Fitter's parents, Mr, and Mrs.
W. W. Norman, in 'Griffin; Ga-, re
turned to town on Sunday. Mrs.
Barber will remain a couple of weeks
longer in Griffin.
Mr. R. 0. Overton and Mr. Tom
Clark, attorneys of Canton;' attended
the ses-ion of court here last week.
Mr A. C Walker of Crahtree
spent Saturday in town on business-
Mrs. Jim Massie left on Tuesday
for Louisville Ky., where she will
spend several days visiting her sons,
t'tis and Ft. nk. who are attending
th,, Kei.ucky .Military Institute.
Mr and Mrs. Alec Fharmer and
son. William Lewis, ol" Asheville,
were the guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. F. L. Withers
Rev. Robert Hardee, p.stor of
Wolfe Mountain Methodist church,
tilled the pulpit of Rev. Paul Hardin,
Jr. on Sunday night when the latter
held service at the Fines Creek
Mr. J Bat Smathers, of Asheville,
attended the court sessions here dur
ing the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fd Romph and f.ni
ily. who have been occupying the
Jim Palmer house this summer, left on
Wednesday for their home in Miami
Cr.pt and Mrs. G. J. O'Brien, of
Pittsburg Pa . who have spent the
past four months in town, left this
week for Florida where the will spend
Mrs S.J. Schulhofer lias .dosed he:
Antique Shop on Main street, and
with her aunt. Miss Rosa Straus, who
h is spent the summer with her at the
Hotel Waynesville. returned on Wed
nesday to Richmond. Virginia for the
Mrs. Joe Rose, who has spent the
sunimer at her homo in Balsam, left
Saturday for Cincinnati. Her daugh
ter. Mis.- Caroline Rose, will remain
Willi In"- eran.lpa rent Di. and Mrs
P. F. Sinai hers, and will attend the
a ues ilie Township H igh School.
M ', and Mr.- W. ,1 1! raddo.k , no
M r. and M .-s. Waller I'.ra.Uock Ii ft
Hi rd n. -da I'm 1 In i home ill I 'ay
!.-!, F.ea. h. Floi ida. Mr. I'.t.uid.vk
N 1 H' . t - to I ct )ll Ii IU.M week "11 busi
ness. Mrs at Council -d' A-ln-viHc
w s ih,. i;u.s: ol' her sisioi , M i.
John F. Bass, din nig i ll, week
Mr. Flank Miller -pending 'sev
eral days ill Kalelgti lln.- week at
tending a meeting 'of the Stale' High
way ami Public Work.- Commission
of w In. h he' is a member.
- .Tile following sub.sei ip! ions rccciwd
II I! Freeman, city. .
iidield W. Kobinsoii. B.rtavia, N.
Da R Medl'ord, Cove Creek.
Albert J. McCracken. route two.
W. W. Hay nes, Clyde.
F. A Preston, route one.
Jarvis H. Allison, route miu,
J, II. Camp, route one
G. M. Boone, route one.
L. B. Brown, Crabtree.
Atkins Morrow, Lak,. Jimaluska.
Newtoli (laddy, route one.
Rosalyn Ray. Durham.
W. T. Shelton, city.
F. 11. Ganshaw. city.
H. M. Akers. city.
D. J. Howell, city.
W. F. Strange, city.
Jess Fulbright, route two.
American Cafe, city.
Z. C. 1 avis, route two.
Davis Rogers. Brevard, N. C.
( urrv T. Haynes. New York
W. R. Burnett. Clyde
The following subscriptions received
t hi s week :
Paul Smith, Dellwood; J. W. Der
rick. Clayton. Ga '; Mrs. George T
Hendry, Washington, D. C. ; Roy
M ai tin, City ; C. M. Harkins. Canton;
Tom Freeman Rt 1, City; Mrs. J. II.
. N. Rutf, H.'izelwooil; Marietta
Way Winston-Salem ; Mr-. Vaughn
Plot't, Rt. . Citv; J P, Snyder, Rt,
1, City; F.f. SloiMly. City; M. A.
Poteat', Rt. 2 City;" '(). I.. . Hooper,
Tuckaseega N. ('.; Mrs. Allen T
.Mrs. L. (.'. I lavis. llazelwood ; M rs.
V. M. Filer, llazelwood; Paul Martin.
City ; Mrs.; George ; I'lott, Kb 2, City;
Kdgar .Miller: City; Nathan iogcr.s
Rt. I City; M T. McCiilckeii, City. .
Alexanders. City; Ii. F. ( olkitt.
Citv; llarh-y G. lieno, Rt.. I, Canton;
If. "('. Sanford,, Ashoville.; V. M.
Khea,. Hazidwood ; John Id tile Hazel
wood ; . Ilelos I (can, ( at y ; -Dr.- Tom
Stiingrield. City; Dr. J, ( . .Murphy.
Mr.-. K.; J. Hyalt. City; Mrs. J. 1'.
Died-, Citv; Mi.-s- "G.i-ace Cro. ker,
City; M !...'(; W. Colkitt,. '.C-i-ty; Mrs:
F. A. Anderson. .Johnson City, Tenn.;
I. L. Williamson, Jit.: 2. City; Fred
Allison. Rt. 2. City; J. A. Leather,
woiid. ( 'ity ; Mrs. Dewey Noland, City;
J.C. Rose, Citv; L. W.' Hall, City.
C. L. Hill Rt. 1. City; Smiley Cai
ver, Rt. 1 City; A W. Barnard
Sarasota, Fla.;.. Mrs. John. W. Swan,
Sarasota, Fla.; V. L, Noland. R. 1
City; G A. Yarborough. Rt- 2, City;
Mis. A. F. Robinson, lit. 2, City ; Har
rison Rogers, Rt. 1. Clyde; Jasper
Fbbs. Trust, N C. 1 ."
M ix. W. R. .McCracken, Clyde ; M rs.
S. J. Schulhofer. Richmond. Va. ; Roy
B. Medford, Rt. 2, Citv; Gordon '.San?
ford, Rt. 1. Clyde.
I am the little forget-me-not, the
niodest little flower with : sky-blue
petals blue because, it was almost
forgotten, blue because it does not
want others to forget the flower Of
remembrance that speaks for others.
The official flower of the Disabled
American Veterans of the World War,
on whose behalf I am to be offereil for
sale, by hundred of sympathetic wom
en, beautiful girls and helpful boys.
To those civic-minded citizens who
have, not yet forgotten their solemn
fervent war-time', promise that
they would never forget the sacri
fice made by -these boys. I speak not
only in honor of the dead but in
memory and for service of the living
disabled. For the benefit of those
who silent and suffering are inarticu.
T .,.oll tV.ii TiidQtiniT 1 ont.
Idle 1 IlTl-ail L' fVKt Lilt pui.-t. i.-p, - r
: rj u t.i...4-i,.v; mirier
lltK Ol OlUIIISi llli: I ll. Lllllllt mai l.ui
HAZF.LWOOD P. T. A. MEKTS ...
The Hazeiwood P. T- A. held the
first meeting of the year Sept. 20, at
7::0 at the school house. The meet
ing opened with "America." followed
uy a prayer .Mrs. Knight, the new
president, was in charge and intro
luced the new teachers to the group.
Mi. Jesse James, who has taught in
the Fines Creek school, is our new
principal, while Miss Daisy Boyd, a
former teacher of the Fast Waynes
ville school has charge of our fourth
The members of the newly appoint
ed committees were read who are as
Program, Mrs. 1... M. Richeson, Miss
Mary Stringtield Mrs Colin Midlines.
Hospitality, Miss Frances Garner,
Membership, Mr. Farl Wagenfeld.
Mrs. R. L. Burgin. Mrs. O. C. Lan
drum. Lunch Room. Mrs. Roy Robinson
Publicity. Mrs. O. ('. l.andrum.
We.lfaie. Mis. Rut'us Siler. Mrs.
Claude Allen, Dr. R S. Roberson.
Finaii e Mrs. llcssie Gaddy, chair
man. Miss l.ois Thompson.
Public Con. Mrs. K. . 1. Burgin,
.'aivnian Other members of coni
v.V.it' t,, be apnointed later.
After the business was attended to
the program for the evening was
given Miss l.o's Thompson review
ed some of our outstanding problems
from last year which were, indebted
ness for new .library books, need for a
new curtain for the auditorium, food
for the undernourished, and lack of
interest and attendance to P. T. A.
by the patrons. Mrs, Wagenfeld made
some timely suggestions lor increas
ing th- .ittendai-iie. Il was decided
tin 1 in 1 n r
a regular campaign for new
s by dividing the town into
and appointine: members to
1 l.l :.n,l. um aceonipaliieil
Fva I .eat bcrw ood, sang
'honu'w re i r a our j- ( 'ailing.
Mr. M II . I.owl.s, superiiileildent
'I' -ehool-. gave an instructive lalk
.boh: " I'll,- i bi!,l and t he School Pro
liani." lie ..taie.l I lit- amis of mod
it, i .hi at inn a
I a l.e his place
I I - j 1 1 m - i 1 1 i 1 1 1 - a
-o.-ial order.' F,
Ibe child to tin. I
tilting I he cliihl to
and .assuming bis
a .fit iron in on i
iicaiion should leach
his place as -Well as
adapl binisi'lt to
i Ins now sil . round-,
of a . luld
inllu. iice ' o
1 : 1 vv Inch have
his: School life
If bis pio-.scbool days an- not directia
propel ly the school is severely batidi
capped I he teacher- are striving to
build character and in.-l ill I'm. r prin
ciples into the chil.bs life and can
only succeed bv the cooperation of
t he -pa rents. .
Willi no .further - business; (he
meeting adjourned to inei't Ocl. .18,
and it is '."urged that there be a large
ait tendance. The. room having the
niosl parents present will he. given a
trophy. At Mr. Frank Albriglil's "'sug
gestion.' : it was voted that a tropliy
be given, and Mr. Albright was made
chairman of that committee
music witli marching feet, the in
spiring enthusiasm of war clays, Un
patriotic spirit of inspired youth,
willing tii sacrifice itself for others.
I bring back, to mind the harrowing
haidships, the long. Iong hikes with
heavy packs, the lilt by, damp, vermin
infested trenches, the raw exposure,
the gnawing hunger and parching
thirst, the never-wracking . noise and
tenseness of '.battle, the sleepless
nights, the stress and strain of war,
tile horrors of mangled bodies, the
sudden futile loss of dearly beloved
friends, the fatalistic philosophy -of
fellows In arms, (he fear of stalking
death, the pain, suffering and misery
experienced by our boys when they
were .sel ving us.
I remind you of the efforts of thoise
who. -returned, once more, in spite
if physical and nervous handicaps to
try-to become self'-sUstaining citizens
of their disappointment, ''discourage
ments.' disillusionmeiits of their des
pei ate disheartening elforts to re
habiliate : t hemselvi s. only finally to
tie compelled to ask for help from
Click-. Sam. And :hen to find, that
before adequate : assistance . could be
granted, t hey Inust first legally prove
by teclinii'al detailed , factual affida
vit evidence the service origin of their
disaljilit ii-s. '
I. .serve my purpose when ynu have
decorated yotirsell' wit h -the. I have
the salisfactioh ,of kliovvilig Dull
when vou have so decorated your
selves.' the sij.voi
eM.hange for. nu
which' you .gave . in
will be used by the
D; A, A', to accomplish th- greatest
good tor Ibe greatest number -of the
erit ' I know that
enabled the only e
el .- I el vi- e . l g
exclusi vely of t.bi
aided, the 1 1. A. V
bled and : their : depend-
1 will thereby have
inizat ion. composed
World War's; dis
t ii reniler .tempo ra-
ary liiianeial relief
Undei -colli pensal i d
to t housamls of
is.abled nieii du'r-
ing. -emergency - periods-, and that 1
will also have enabled the Rehabilita
tion officers of this unselfish nrguiiT
ization tn ..extend- to. additional f.hoiis
am.U of discouraged, disabled , ex
service men the support, advice, and
assistance which will help them tech
nic dly to establish their justifiable
claims foi: additional or hew- compen
sation benefits: .
I am positive that , bv so doing I
will be : responsible, for bringing back j
to this community and to many other
:-orn m unities ., huge . dividend 'returns; I
humaiiitarian and financial, on the.
LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE
TJie Ppny ("ontest Sponsored I5y The American Legion
Post No. 17 at a meeting last Night ( ailed off The Con
test due to lack of interest on part of Contestants.
Haywood County Fair Association
Miss Mary Ai: e Blaloek returned
Monday after .-pending a week in
Mr. and Mr.- W. R. Shields, Mis
Kate Walls, and Mr. Rufus Gaddis re
turned Friday after spending the past
week at the World Fair m Chicago.
Mts. J. D. Daggenhart is getting
along nicely after an operation at the
Haywood County Hospital
Mr. Bonner MeClure of Richmond.
Virginia, returned to his home Sun
day after spending a few days with
his father. Mr. Jame.- R MeClure,
vv ho has been very ill.
Miss Mattie K. -Clarke is home after
spending two months with her sister,
Mrs. Fdd Argenbright. ami Mr. Ar
geiibright, of Washington.
Mr Allen Gaddis is still seriously
ill at bis home here.
Rev. J. M. Woodward returned
Monday after conducting a two weeks'
revival at Robbinsville. The revival
was very successful with many addi
tions to the church.
Messrs Joe Davis and Arthur
Woodward were Asheville visitors
Saturday. Joe is recuperating nicely
after an operation at Biltmo.e Hos
pital. McCLFRF-WI NCHFSTFR
Mr Ira MeClure and M.ss Willie
Winchester were quietly married at
Clayton, Georgia Saturday, Septem
ber 2S. Mrs. MeClure i.- the eldest
daughter of Mr , ml Mrs. Lee Win
chester. Mr. MeClure i, the son of
Mr. and Mis. Gaiiliei M U lure of
service investment made by vmi.
I speak for thus,. l,..v fortunate
war-time men, who arc in need of
(bis relief, of this advice and assis
tance through the D. A. V, But who
themselves .ie inarticulate. Their
silent, unvoiced plea i.- united with
the plea which tho-e w ho are now
lying under w Into cros .e- m Flanders
Field would, il Ibev could, a!-o make
on their belialt' Fo.get nie-iiot.
i .own-: bow f.n.
.Miiiisler (to youuc.si.1 cari-ying in
fant I: "W'bal a I'm,, haliv, and' so like
bis father." '
oung.-ter: "V.-, -ir, and he's
fend of bis bolt -Ie, too " .
NO'l'K I-: OF SFRVK F OF SUM
MONS i:y PI'BLICATION
HA Y WOOU ( 1 1 1 ' r y
IN TIIF SI' PFRIOR COCRT
!' J. WILSON.
ROXl I-: WILSON
THF. DFFF.NDANT in the above
entitled act ion, , R I ) X I .F WI LSON,
will TAkK No I'D F that a Summons
has been issued ami Complaint liled
in the above entitled action
That said action is for the . pur
lHise of securing a divorce a-mensa-et-thoro
from the defendant The de
fendant will further TAKF'NOTICK
that she is required to appear in tlie
oflhce of the (Jerk of the Superior
Coutrt id' HaywiKid .Countv. North
Carolina, on or before the 12 day of
November. lit.'U, and answer or de
mur to tlie Complaint, or the relief
therein prayed for will U granted.
I his the 1.1th ,dav of September..
W. G BYFRS,
Clerk Superior Court.
No. 25:! Sept. 20-27-Oct. 4-1 1
NOT I CF OF SA LF OF LAND
L'nder and by virtue of the au
thority conferred by Deed (if Trust
executed by Ralph W.Davis and wife.
Cora Davis and dated the 1st day
of Septemk'r. 11)27. and ' recorded in
Book 21, Page H.r), in the office of
th,. Register of Deeds for Haywood
Coiiiity, V- S. Bryant, Substituted
Prustee, will at twelve o'clock noon On
TUFSDA Y, OCTOBFR 22. PJ-i4.
at IhiCt'ourt House'-Door of Haywood
County in Waynesville. North (,'aro-
ltia. well at public auction for cash
to the highest, bidder, the following
md to-wit :
A certain lot or parcel of land in
or , near the town of W aynesviHe,
County of Haywood and ''more partic
ularly described as' follows:'
BFG1.NN1NG on a stake on the :
Fas.terly margin, of- Hazel-- Avenue.
( foi iiierly Chui ch Street ) saiil stake
being Roliert M'e.KIrdyV Noithwest..
erly corner and runs with the "margin,
of said Street .North b degress West
'.'ii feet to il stake; thence Nor:!: h.i
degrees Isast foil feet to. a stake in
Kuyki-ndall's lin,. (this being the old
-I. F. Basr line) .; thence with said line;
South 1 degrees Fast , I'll feet to, a
stake, MrFlMiy's Vol ner. "the ftee with.
"Mc Flroy's liner .South' degrees West
.lot) fee! to th,, Beginning.
11FINC . the . .'same, lot' of f ind. Con
veyed, in Ralph W. I.iavis. it al by
deed dated Si-p'embei-' 2s. l:'2.2. .from'.'
T. U. Worsham : and vv fe, Annie
Woi shall'-, and ,ie. oi ded in Deed Book
No ''.2. page
This sab- is riia.de on account 'of
default ii, .'payment .of:. the indebt-s
edln-ss secured by .-aid deed of trust,
and is subject to all taxes and assessment,-
. agai-nst; si.id , -property,
whether -now due or to .bec-nne due.
A five K-r cent .-(,V- ) lii-li deposit
vvib . lie reipjjreil rof the highest bid
der at - the s.ib'.
This tiie 27tii day of Aiuru-t 1!.'!4.
... S BRYANT ; . ;
: Substitute L Trustee.
Loan No.- '',)". " '
No. 21'iSent. '27-Oer 4-11-1.