THURSDAY. JANUARY 2, 1938
THE WAYNES YILLE MOUNTAINEER
-A Alan Giirtii. pros
pector, In n I'l'ai'iiitf lo leave for liij
mining; clulm In tlie l'"ar North, a plane
landa at the airways emergency sta
tion. In It se Hurton Itamlll, million
aire mlniuer niaarinite, his daughter, I-i I
lth, and Vivian fluxliy, pilot and mill
iner cnglnoei. BcHoving him to be only
an Ignorant "iro.-iuM-tor, the men offer to
make an air trip lu (lurth's claim, al
though they refer to the platiniim-lienr-ilng
ore as nearly "worthless." I.ituh
'Kamlll, product of I lie Jaz BRf. plainly
howa her contein;L fur Garth.
CIIAPTEIt It. 1 hroiiRh Garth's iilJ
ance tho plane kooo reaches the rluiin
site. Huxby and Hum ill. after tnakiuK
several tests, annuro Garth his claim is
nearly valueless, but to "encourage"
young prospectors they are willing to
talt e a chance In investing a small
amount, fiemilne the treachery that
lies ahead Garth secretly visits the
plane and removes a small part front
CJIAPITK III. Iliixby ami I.ilitli
taunt Garth with his "gullihihty," hut
their tone toon changes when they try
to start t li r" crippled plane. RntuniiriK
to short they try lo force Garth to
tdve up the, mlsvini; part. Garth tnan
;iHP3 to .set the monoplane alri ft and
the current (limes U. over the f.ilN,
when It Is v. re. ;i il. fie points out to
th cm :i;;t;il trio that ho is their only
hopo in c. u.i d i n ;r tli'Mit out of the vil
ilernei, :iinl . l;:ii hnil v.'Olilfl iovf.it il
Hi? linisliril lln- inning of :i nun'
cnsiri ii('( ( icfni-i.' In; replied: "In
'tliu first 'phiee. I'm too busy perform
in!; needed work lo ;i i-t as lady's maid.
jn t no second fiiaic, mat limine is not
Illlhy. You'll say it's (In- most de
licious aspic you ever tasled. Abon
the rest, douse your head l:i Hie r;n.
'l'lint will Rive vou a combined wash
and bracer. If you wish a. smoUe
there's Hie lire. Tor (.'osnietlejv Ml
soon be milking up a balelt of urease
and pitch mosquito dope. Mv final
.dose of,.froKHp went on loo thin to
She looked lier distrust- "(.rease
and pitch When I have a hendnet?'
"Soon ns we start traveling through
brush It's a question which will go
first, your net or your stockings. Dope
doesn't snag on branches, and you'll
11 nd if n belter cosmetic than rouge
' I'gli ! If I use your n.islv dope at
nil, it will be on my legs.''
"No go. You'll be scraping agumst
rocks and running upon snags. Won't
have any knees left If you try the
Highland stylo. Mow about those lynx
skins for leggings, along will) moos'j
For (he first lime since thev had
met, the cirl gave bun a genuinelv
friendly smile. "Jlmi's decent of vou.
Alan. How soon can vou make them''"
'Cut we a sleak off Hint nearest
log of moose. While vou're niokins it.
1 11 see ivhal can bo done "
Nheu she returned tip knife ami
-vt.nted to broil Hie great slab of meat I
kIio bad shred on hi. I ll 'nl nil t 1 1 1 iv i i r !
of lynx- skins. A few knife stroke-
..put off lb" grcnl hair-padded paws, and
flit t lie legs in! 0 tliongs. When the
.i.- brought Inn: his broiled moose
steak, he showed her how. to. wrap a
skm ai-cimd each lei: like a hiuii
cJJ.ped 'legging, t.ing it ivilli lie
Crossed il. ...e. ,
'J here you are. Miss Kamill; Irs
'a pair or leggings" such, as our an
cestors wore . wIi:mi thev pirated I lie
high Sims in vilsma ships and sailed
tip tin Th lines with Heliglii-if ami
liuxhy at nil. blinking, Ihe linn . 1
slinke-down o. ino-s ,'iii'l spruce tips
had done jittlo to soften ihe stony :j
ground, lie rubbed his si ill rued bail:
and. hips. ' (.unround those rocks !:
1 ho engineer looked at the parl.lv
eaten sleak in ;arih s band. "How
about break rust?"
"Help ourself to all vou want.
Along with your own, vou might broil
steaks for Miss Itainill and her fa
ther. Miss Kannll is about to take a
lesson In sewing. She will soon need
a pair of moccasins."
The last remark checked the girl's
intended refusal. While Huxbv sul
lenly cut the three steaks and started
to cook them, she carried out Garth s l
suggestion to grease her lyni skins
with a chunk of fat.
When Garth finished his meal, ha
threaded a needle with smoked catgut
and showed (he girl how to sew the
thick moosehltlc. Holes punched with
the awl made the work fairly easy.
Within n few minutes she caught the:
knack of bundling the awl and needle.
Though her studies were irregular,
they promised to hold. He cut out tho
mate cf the first moccasin, and an
other pair smaller in size.
Mr. Kamill crawled from the lennto,
stilt, hungry and Irritable. But sleep
and the open air had whetted all ap
petites. As with the broiled liver, the
three chechuhcos millionaire, mining
engineer and fastidious heiress went
at the hot meat with fingers and teeth.
They were down to bedrock to the
f undaraenlals of living. All the ele
gancies of civilized eating were ab
sent, even the supposed necessities
forks, plates, seasonings. Yet the es
seotlals remained. They were hungry,
and here was food. It was neither as
tender nor as savory as bad been the
liver. None the less, It was food.
At the jnd of the meal, Garth said
that the first need was to fetch in th.
forelegs of moose. Miss liamill rose
with her father and Htixlij.
"Sorry," Garth fold her. "Your fa
ther need all the walking he can get.
Someone must stay to mind ttie tire.
I might mention there's a shallow
rock pool a little way along Hie bank,
beyond those alders. You'd find tic
water pleasantly warm for a dip."
"Really? That' not so bail."
"Yd. Only lie mire to keep the lire
going. U v ill hold off t he wolves and
Huxby took Kaiill's arm and start
ed off with him after Garth. They
kept in the rear all the way to ihe
I'll is time, instead of lynt males, a
family of wolves Were feasting on Ihe
moose meat. As siiht of tho men, (he
whole family bristled and growled
but starl'vi a slow retreat.
"Shoot, Garlli!" urged Mr. Itainill,
''They're makiti; oil'."
"Quile all 1'iL'lil," (,'arlli replied.
"Good thing l hey "re gorged. I might
have hai ;.. waste carl ridges to gel. rid
of them. U'h.il I'd like lo know is
why tln-y rho-.,- ihis solid meat, in
stead oi' ; he 0H.1I."
As if in answer lo ihe ipieslion, a
snarling growl l'ir deeper Ihiin Ihal of
the wolves came from the border of
the muskeg hen Garth had killed
Hie bull moose.- 'p out of the thicket
reared a huge grav bead. Massv
forelegs Mrokeil apart the willow
'stems ' Willi chisel like claws eight
inches or more long.
It was a grizzly a lull-grown iirsus
hombilis. Garih believed the beast
lo be as eirge as those monsters of
Ihe -same breed that ruled over the
southern Rockies ami I he Sierras In
Hie earlv davs wnen Indians still were
armed onlv with bows, and the few
while hunters earned onlv muzzle
The ears of ihe great she-bear were
flattened hack Her little pig eyes
glared red. Ihe monstrous law
gaped lo let out n roar of defiance thai
shook the solid ground.
'Good ( ill' Mr. Ramill gasped
"A a bear!"
Hixby gripped Garth's shoulder.
"Shoot, il n. you! Shoot, or gire me
'.Shut up," Garth ordered him.
' J bat roar is only a warning. She'll
not charge if we mind our own affairs
You and Mr. Kamill take bold of tiiat
nearest unloin leg and start off ipiiet
Iv. Jon t hurry and don't run."
The COt"l certaintv of Garth s lone
compelled bencl and obedience even
from lluxbv. Mr. Kamill was itireadv
reaching. up for one of the two moose
legs that bad nor been pulled down by
the wolves. Ihe engineer hastily
turned lo help him. As thev started
off. (.arlii took the other inimangled
leg on Ins shoulder and sauntered after
The grizzly mother had not repeated
her roar. Had thev run or given any
Mgn ot hostility, she would have
charged. As it was. she stood, an
enormous quivering- mass of curiosity,
watching their quiet retreat. Her
jaws bad closed their ferocious yaw,
and her ears were no longer flattened
Garth s gray eves twinkled as he
glanced hack over his Shoulder tit the
"That Roar Is Only a Warning."
huge beast. He could not have asked
for a better bugaboo to make his com
panions behave. Safe out of her sight,
he told the two to halt and get the
moose leg on a tote-pole. Ilusby at
once started to curse him for not
"Go try It yourself," Gartby replied,
and when Huxby drew away from the
offered rifla, he nodded approval. "You
are wise not to attack a she-grizzly
Spurred n no doubt by the knowl
edge of that gray monster behind him,
Mr. Ramill managed to hold up bis
end of the tote-pole all the way to
rump. There be sank down, purple
laced, wheezing that the exertion had
His daughter sat by the fire brood
ing. Though refreshed by her bath
in (lie warm pool, she bad begun to
feel ihe craving for drink and tobacco.
She had done little stitching on thi;
moccasins. Hut she livened to horri
fied alertness when Huxby told about
Garth fcrestalled an outbursc of
hysterics. "Keep cool. The old lady
will let us alone of we keep clear of
her cubs. Keep up the fire, and she
will shy clear of you. She doesn't
fancy fire. Ilurrit her paws trying to
rob me of a roasting porcupine."
A look at the gold pan showed
Garth that the moose muffle had be
gun to dissolve. He cooled souk? of the
gelatinous broth in the small pot. Mr.
Ramill not only gulped down the
drink. He smacked his lips and asked
for more. At that, both Huxby and
the girl were stirred to try the rich
Garth was glad to have all three
take their fill of the savory, highly
nourishing dish. He knew what was
cumins. He asked only that the pan
be refilled to dissolve more of the
The tlirei- were accustomed to the
free drinking of their kind. They had
already begun to feel the lack of the
usual cocktails, mealtime wines and
between-meals whisky. This was ag
gravated 'by tie lark of tobacco. To
ease them as much as possible, he
broiled lynx meat on a grating of
willow sleins, hasting it with moosj
fat. The lender meat kept (hem oc
cupied mil,! Ihe mulTle broth soothed
I heir jangled nerves.
There was a limit, however, to cat
nig, ami once us oncer negan lo pass.
Iheir eraiiig relumed more intens
llian bet, ire. I ir.t Miss Ramill. then
Huxby. and Ia.-t of all Mr. Rami!':
began to make inum-al remarks aimed
at Garth. He ignored them for somi
lime. Tin'' rem.:rks become more of
I fcnsivr.ly willy and sarcastic. lie
dropped the moccasin upon which li
had been sewing, and picked up bis
1 ve had enough hitters and sour
berries, thank you all. Feed them to
yourselves for a while. I'll go get the
sleep 1 missed last night while actin:
as guardian angel of vour sweet slum
lar up Ihe tundra slope, above the
trough of bis platinum placer, Garth
lound a dry-moss-budded- nook on the
sunny side of n boulder. He lav down
pulled ins buthrim over his eyes, and
let himself tall asleep.
A full eight hours laler the sun
swung around its wide circle until ttie
shadow of the rock lell upon flarth.
Roused by the pa.ssing of the warm
rays, he pushed back his hat and
sat up. He came down to the camp.
Mr. Ramill sat beside tho lire between
Ins daughter and Huxby. Two of
three pouches ihat Garth had hidden
under the moss in the leanto lav 0n
before the men.
Miss Ramill was emptying the last
contents of the sugar pouch into a pot
ot thick tea. she was lirsr to see
t.arths noiseless approach.
"Hall to the chief," she mocked
"Mv dear Mr. Garth, you are most
fashionably late to dinner. Will yoi;
not join us in a cup of tea;'
Her father turned to rye the unin
vited' guest wiili a shade of uneasi
ness, "oii see we found what you
were holding out on us, Garth. It's
the onlv trick vou failed to put over.'
Huxbv said nothing. He tensed
readv to spring up and fight.
, Garth bud down bis rille and j.'atne
forward. He ignored the wary hostile
look of the mining engineer, nodded tc
Mr. Ramill. and took off Ills batterer)
lint to bend low before Miss Ramill lr
a polite bow.
'oii are too kind, mv dear lady. J
could nor deprive anv of you o your
"You Are Too Kind, My Dear Lady.
I Could Not Deprive Any of You
of Your Sweets."
sweets. 'Eat, drink and be merry, for
tomorrow ' You may recall the rest
of the quotation."
Mr. Itamlll went red. What If
Llllth did happen to And these things
you were hogging for private use? We
need them as much as you."
"Far more so," Garth amended the
statement. "I don't need them at all.
Go right ahead and waste what's left.
You of course are certain there'll be
no emergencies on the way out no oc
casions when a pinch ot tea or sugar
may make the difference between life
and death for you."
"How frightful," said Huxby.
"G;uite so. While you're about It,
you may as well make a clean sweep.
Here." Garth tossed the gold-mounted
cigar case to its owner.
"Oh, go that's how Dad lost his
smokes," exclaimed Miss Ramill.
"Who's the real uneak around here?
Steal all those cigars, and the gold
case, too. Then come whining be
cause we've kept you from cheating us
out of our share of these things you
hid. Hand over the cigars. Dad. My
throat's still rasped from the vile
smoke of that willow bark Vivian
dried for our cigarettes."
Riiuiill handed the case back to
"Wa-vvait!" cried his daughter.
He waved her away. "So. The
Joke Is on us. He know what Is
ahead. We do not. We've emptied
the sugarbowl and bulf the teabag.
Tie up that bag and the salt, Vivian,
and hand them to him."
Garth shook his head, and bowed
to the angry-eyed girl.
"Thank you, no. Miss Ramill has
taken charge. As I recall my Anglo
Saxon, 'lady' originally meant bread
cutter. She was the one who rationed
out the food. I figure upon at least
live weeks before we reach the Mac
kenzie. Miss Ramill will keep charge
of the salt and tea do with them
whatever she thinks best."
She Ilared. "I will not: I'll do no
"As you please. It's a matter of
utter 'indifference o .me. More than
once I've gone for two months on
meal alone. You're quite welcome to
throw ihesc pouches into :!,e tire."
He glanced around, taking slock
(if Ihe camp.
"K very thing iu keeping, i mm.. No
.-wing done on ihe mocca-i:,, mulTle
a:i eaten, 'Woodpile nearly used ni,.
Voii'il l.eliei cook and eat all Ihe meat
ou can before ihe resi of. the wood
is burnt. When the lire goes n I . we'll
base plenty of four-footed visitors to
relieve us of those, moose legs wolves,
foxes, wolverines. Also ravens and
inoosebirds. Even Mamma Grizzly and
her children may turn up.''
There followed a silence, broken at
last by Miss Ramill. She repeated her
first question, but iu a very different
tone; "Mr. Garth, may 1 pour you a
cup of the tea';"
'Thank you, 1 do not need it. The
rest of you will. I suggest keeping
it for breakfast. You'll have no other
taste ot sweets for over a month, un
less we lind a bumblebee nest."
f Continued Next Week)
Lady's Painful Trouble
Helped By Cardui
Why do so many women take Car
dui for the relief of functional pains
at monthly time? The answer Is
that they want results such as Mrs.
Herbert W. Hunt, of HallsvlUe, Texas,
describe. She writes: "My health
wasn't good. I suffered from cramp
ing. Mr Pla would bo so Intense It wou'd
nausea! me. I would Jut drag around,
so sluggish and 'do-l"..' My mother de
oldfd to (tin m Cardui. I began to nwnd.
That tired, sluggish feeling was gone and
(!.; pains disappeared. I can't praise Car
dui too highly becauss I know It helped
tw." ... if Cardui does not help YOU.
onsult a pi-Jclan.
Having qualified as administratrix
of the estate of W. M. Hargrove, de
ceased, late of the County of Hay
wood, this is to notify all persons having-
claims against the estate of the
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at her home at Canton,
N. C, R. F. D. 2, on cr before the 29th
day of November, 1936, cr this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery. Air persons indebted to said
estate will please make immediate
payment .to the undersigned.
This the 29th day of November,
MRS. W. M. HARGROVE,
Administratrix1 of the estate of W.
M. Hargrove, deceased.
No. 422 Dee. 12-19-26-Jan. 2-9-15.
Notice of foreclosi re sale
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
The Federal Land Bank of Colum
A. Francis, W. T. Denton, M. A.
Leatherwood, C. N. Allen, Executor
of J. tM. Mock, Deceased, E. J.
Hyatt, W. A. Hyatt, and W T.
Shelton, Trading and Doing Bus
iness as Hyatt & Company, Part
Pursuant to a judgment entered in
above entitled civil action on the 9th
day of December, 1935, in the Supe
rior Court of said County by the
Clerk, I will on the 13th day of Jan-
nary, 1936, at 12 o'clock M at the
County Courthouse door in said Coun
ty sell at public auction to the highest
bidder therefor the following describ
ed lands, situated in said county and
state in Waynesville Township, com
prising 78 acres, more or less, ana
bounded and described as follows;
All that certain piece, parcel oi
iract of land containing 78 acres,
more or less, situate, lying and be
ing in Waynesville Township, Hay
wood County, North Carolina, about
three miles from Waynesville, and
having: such shapes, metes, courses
and distances as well more fully ap
pear by reference to a plat thereof,
made by O. O. Sanford, C. E., dated
1920, and copied by W. R. Francis,
Atty., and on file with the the Fed
"al Land Bank of Columbia, and
bounded on the North by the lands
of W. D. Snyder and Oscar Rhodar-
mer. on the East by the lands of J.
A. Franoia and C. C. Francis, en the
South bv the lands of Elmer Bryson
and W. H. Liner, on the West by the
lands of J. A. Francis and J. M.
The terms of sale are as fo.lcws.
CASH. , , .
All bids will be received subject to
rejection or confirmation by the -lerk
of said Superior Couft and no b.u
will be accepted or reported un.es-j
;, n.oir.- chnll rlnosit with said
Clerk at the close of the bidding the
sum of One Hundred ($100.00) Dol
lars as a forfeit and guaranty of
compliance with his bid, the same to
be credited en his bid when accepted.
Notice is now given that said land--will
be resold a-, the tame place and
upon the same terms at 2 o'clock P.
M. of the same day unless said de
posit is sooner made.
Every deposit not forfeited or ac
cepted will be promptly returned to
This the 9th day of December, "19oo.
M. G. STAMEY,
No. 421 Dec. 12-19-26-Jan. 2.
NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Mrs. W. P. Leatherwood, Admin
is '.rtrlx of the Estate of W. P.
Eva Leatherwood, Clara Starno?,
and husband, Fulton Starne., Ru
fus Leatherwood, and Louise
Leatherwood, by her Guardian
Ad litem, W. T. Crawford, Heirs
at Law of W. P, Leatherwood.
Under and by virtue cf an order
of the Superior Court o! Haywood
County, .North Carolina, dated . De
cember 9th, 19S5, made in the Spe
cial Proceeding' entitled, W. P.
Leatherwood, Administratrix of the
Estate of W. P. Leatherwood, Deceas
ed, vs. Eva Leatherwood, Clara
Staines and husband, Fulton Starne?,
Kufus Leatherwood and Loui.se Lcath-
"t woo'l, by her guardian ad litem. W.
T. Crawford, Heirs at Law of W. P.
Lea lie: wo jti, Deceased," th. under:
signed, Ctnunis.sinev. of the Court,
will, on the Llth day of .lanuary, U'-'JO,
at 12:011 o'clock. M., at the courthouse
door in Wayr.e.-viiie. Haywood Coun
ty. North Carolina, offer for -ale to
the highest, bidnc: he following de
scribed lands and premises, to-wit:
'FIRST TRACT: Lying :nd being
iii Haywood County. .North Carolina,
and bounded a- fo!'.. ws: BF.Ci IN
NING; on a chestnut on the West side
of Mountain, Leatherwood and Queen's
corner and runs thence N. 89 W. 56 Ms
poies to a stake in a field, 'A. Howell's
corner; thence with Howell's line N.
1J K. 103 pole- to a stake, Kinsland's
corner; thence with Kinsland s line
N. 8s E. 40 poles to a chestnut on
a ridge; thence up the ride N. 4o
30' E. 27 poles to a stake in Jno. M.
Queen's line, Kinsland'!; corner;
thence with Queen's line S. 1 30' W.
127 poles to the Beginning, Contain
ing 39 acres, as per survey and plat
ot Guy Messer, made December
1935. BEING on True Love Moon-
tain and known as a part of the W
H. Curry Tract. Being part of the
tract of land conveyed to W. P. Leath
erwood by Geo. H. Smathers and
wile by deed dated June 1. 1909, re
corded n Book 28, page 175.
SECOND TRACT: In Haywood
County, North Carolina, and being
Lots Nos. 103, 104, 105, i06, 107, 108,
48, 49, 50, 51, 52. 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58'
59' 60, (il, 62, 63, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135,
136, .137, 138,139, 140, 141, 142, 143,
144, 145 and 146 of the Liner-Coman
Subdivision at Lake Junaluska, as
per survey and plat of J. W. Seaver.
made January and February, 1924, and
duly recorded n Map Bonk "B," In
dex "L," office of the Register Of
Deed., of Haywood County. Being
lots conveyed to W. P. Leatherwood
by deeds recorded as follows: Book
71, page '266; Book 63, page 97,-Book
63, page 270.
THIRD TRACT: In Waynesville
Township, Haywood County, N. C.
Being a part of the Moore and John
Morrow lands, and beginning at a
hkkory and runs N. 60 W. 1 chain
and 71 links to a stake; thence N.
23 5' W, 6 chains and 80 links to a
stake; thence S, 87 30' E. 4 chains
and 63 links to a stake; thence S. 2
30' W. 0 chains and 89 links to a
hickory, the. beginning-, contain
ing 1 94-100 acres, more or less,
and being,' the first tract in the deed
from James Reed and wife to W. P.
Leatherwood. dated April 10, 1919,
recorded in Book 53. page 156.
The terms of the sale are as fol
lows: The first tract herein above
described will be sold for one-half of
the bid in ca.-'n and the balance payable
in two equal annual installments se
cured by a purchase money deed of
trust on the same. The second tracts
consisting of lot? will be sold for
cash. A purchaser may have any of
said lots sold separately. The third
tract will be sold for cash..
This the 9th dav of Dei-ember, 1935.
MRS. W. P. LEATHERWOOD,
Commissioner of the Court and Ad
ministratrix of W. P. Leatherwood,
No. 423 Dec. 19-26-Jan. 2-12.
NOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE
On Monday, January 6th, 1936, at
eleven o'clock. A- M, at the court
hous door in Waynesville, the under
signed will offer for sale at public
outcry, to the highest bidder, on the
terms of one-third cash and the re
mainder in two equal annual
installments bearing interest and
secured by deed of trust, the
following described Sands and
premises in the town of Waynes
ville, and adjoining the eoroorattv lim-
) its Of the town of Waynesville, known
as tne naywood b urniture Manufact
uring Corporation property, and
mare particularly bounded and de
scribed as follows:
BEGINNING on a stake in the cen
ter of the Southern Railway track and
Southwest corner of the H. W. Wes
cott lot, and runs thence S. 34 E. 251
feet with Wescotf's line to a stake
in a ditch; thence S. 22 SO1
feet with the ditch to a stake; thence
S. 51 30' W. 204 feet, to staV. in
line of Factory Street; thence S. 41
30' E. 258 feet to a stake in Northern
line of street; thence S. 49 30' W 17.;
feet passing Mrs. De Neergard's cor
ner at 20 feet iri South side line of
said street and with the line of hv
!ine to a stake on the N. side line
said highway, Mrs. De Neergari'-.
Southwest corner; thence S. 83
W. 100 feet with said line of sa;.'
highway to a stake; thence S. 72 1 v
!00 feet with side line of said high-
jway to a stake; thence S. 78" W. jiiij
I feet with side line of State Highway to
i stke; thence N. 88 W. 300 feet w.-:
I .said siu' line of s,aid highway U; j.
a stake; thence W. iw feet with sij,
line of saiil highway' to a stake,
thence N. 50 feet to a stake in cente
of Southern Railroad track; thec
N. 52" E. 1230 feet up the center .:'
track to the Beginning, containin.
10.71 acres, more or less, subject
the rights and easements of 'I..
Said land will be subdivided ir.t
parcels and a map exhibited at .-ai i
sale, and the property will be offer..-:
for sale in parcels and then a. i
whole, to the highest bidder.
Sale made pursuant to an order of
the Judge of the Superior Court, mad,,
at February- Term, 1935. of the Su
perior Court of Haywood Couaty iu
an action entitled, "Citizens Bank an.i
Trust Co. et al, vs. Haywood Furai
ture Manuf acturrnfr Co., et al." anu
the sale will be subject to the approval
of the Court!
This the 30th day of November
J. H. HOWELL, Receiver of
Haywood Furniture Mfg. Co
No. 419 Dec. 12-19-26-Jan. 2.
Having qualified as administratrix
of the estate of Dee Clark, deceased,
late of Haywood County. This is t
notify alt persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned a1
her home on Cove Creek, N. C, on
or before the 15th day of December,
1936, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery, AH person
indebted to said estate will 'please
make immediate payment to the un
dersigned. This the 4th day of December, 19.'!."
MRS. NELLIE CLARK,
Administratrix of the estate of Ph.
Dec. 5-12-19-26-Jan. 2-9.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
By virtue of the power vested in tlu
undersigned Trustee, I will on Satur
day, the ISth day of January, 1936, at
12 o'clock, M., at the Courthouse door
in the Town of Waynesville, Hay.
wood County, North Carolina, sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder
for cash the following lands and prem
Lying and being in Haywood Coun
ty, North Carolina, and particularly
described as follows:
FIRST TRACT; Being: in Ivy HiH
Township, and being part of the How-ell-iMoody
farm, BEGINNING in the
center of the road leading to Jona
than's Creek, Queen's corner, and
rung' 'With the center of said road
South 81 15' East 100 feet; then
South 88 30' East 58 poles to a stake,
corner; thence South 24 15' West 321!
feet to a stake; thence South 42" 45'
West 233 feet to a stake, Queen's cor
ner; thence with said Queen's line
North 15 East 496 feet to the BE
GINNING, containing 1.13 acres, more
or less, being the same tract of land
described in a deed from James W.
Reed and wife to John M. Queen, dated
the 23rd day of August, 1922, as re
corded in Book No. 59, page 195, et
seq., Record of Deeds of Haywood
County, North Carolina.
SECON TRACT: Adjoining the
above tract, and adjoining the lands
of Taylor McAbee and the Garrett
lands, and being part of the Howell
Moody farm, BEGINNING at a stake
in Dellwood Road, and runs South 15
West 7 Chains and 45 links to a stake;
thence South 45 30' West 10 chains
and 32 links to a stake near base of
a large pine; then N. 49 W. 6 chains
and .06 to old stump ; thence North
38 East 5 chains and 90 links -o a
locust; North 5 30' East 2 chains and
21 links to a stake; N. 79 30' East 4
chains and 83 links to a stake; North
43 15' East 2 chains and 12 links to
a stake; North 22 East 2 chains and
18 links to stake in Dellwood Road;
thence along said road South 64 J 45'
East 1 chain and 56 links to a stake
in said road; thence South 71" 20'
East 1 chain and 65 links to the BE
GINNING, containing 9.72 acres,
more or less.
Sale made pursuant to the power
of said contained in a certain deed
of trust executed by Harry Lee Liner
and wite, Henrietta Liner, dated me
20th day of August, 1925, as regis
tered in Book No. 16, on page 57, et
seq., Deeds in Trust of liaywoou
County, North Carolina.
This the 17th day of December.
S. L. QUEEN,
. - Trustee
No. 426 Dec. 19-26-Jan. 2-9-16.
NOTICE OF EXECUTOR
rri,-i .,i,-j ...,.,,( nf the
estate of J. R. Henry, deceased, late
vv vsvwuvj V 11T nuuu,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
fciouus iiuving claims aKaiiiM. ,r7.
tate of the said deceased to exhibit
mem to the undersigned at wajm--ville,
N. C, on or before the 14th ".day
nf TWomkoi 1Q9fi tViio notice Will
be pleaded in bar' of their recovery.
All nercrrtio ?r,loKf 4 4.n coirl octflt1 Will
- . Z' ' i , ., null, u.lu l i . .?... - 1
please make immediate payment.
This the 14th day of December.
Executor of the Estate of J- K
Henry. : .: . ' ."
No. 427 Dec. 19-26Jan. 2-9-1.6-2;..
The partnership heretofore existing
between J. M. Long and W. A. Brad
ley (Long and Bradley, General Mer
chandise, Hazerwood, N. C.) has been
dissolved as of this date.
This the 12th of December, 1935.
No. 435 Dec. 19-26-Jan. 2-9.