THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
Advertising Has Turned Many A Little Business Into A Big Business
niV SEPTEMBER 16, 1937
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!f ertion. No ad is
I Srles than 25c.
clIr milk cows10 calves
11 k Also good grade Short
5M-"- .' .....j., A finurnspvs.
... j vmrs old. See Lee V .
Clyde, X. C, Route One.
TScvT New apartment in home
5Ta white Persian cat,
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dnnebluti eye. newaru uueieu.
:-s A. T. Boyd, ri Mrs. Rufus L.
bn, phone 8.
bfTpR; White, six weeks old.
L,rd offered. Notify Dave Cabe.
rALE Used Christler parts,
Vswiiels. Clarine Allen, resi-
l ..... f,.rvufl-on's milk tlairv.
i'PETENT driver wanted to heip
!.',. smith via Atlanta. Reference
Lantr,.,l. Leaving Saturday. See
Block, at Hillcrest, pnone liu-j.
EXTION Buy a fall hat, get free
. rai. liff Cove communitv house.
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Nay night, Sept, 24. Ice cream,
.se. bartrum puces. oepi. iu o
(As Recorded to Monday oon
of This Week)
T-'z OLD HOME TOWN
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I SNOLU.PNT ADVERTISE
, THE FACT, JIM, ACTIONS
James Turner Vance, of Waynes
ville. Route 1, to Jennie V. Warren,
Sam Brown, of Lake Junaluska, to
Jessie Mae Shelton, of Waynesville,
R. F. D.
Frank MeCracken, of Canton, Route
1, to Bridget! Reece,' of .Canton.
John C. Ashcraft, of Charlotte, to
Helen Owen Sutton, of Canton,
Lyle Noiand to Catherine Chambers,
both of Clyde.
The president of the dancing mas
ters' club in this country urges 60
year old people to dance, saying the
light fantastic does not speed up the
heart. Well, our guess is it wouldn't
the way 60 yearolds do it.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
i tflaiws wno uon i get aU)iig
well are usually those who be
everything they read on the label.
to ashes, dust to dust;
( weren't for- paint, women would
t of the great human blessings
liability '-to remember; another
t ability to forget.
ww by present prices - it must
been the hog and not the cow
jumjwil over the moon.
if'irli would be a far better
if opportunity were the only
Sjou seem to have lost some of
to itrength you had tor your
kite activities, or for your houae-
fti.i t and care less about your
m . . . and suffer seven dla
prt at certain times, . . . try
Hwsands and thousands of
pa tay It has helped them.
T mcreaslxur the BDDetlte. lm-
pg digestion, Cardul helps you
Jlttmore nourishment. As strength
pains and nervousnesa just
I -) go away. .
in 3 days
J"ri Headache, 30 min,
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When You Need
of men and women
it is to taite Biac
pptat the first sign of consti-
K ney me toe refreshing re
ft Kings, They know its timely .
fT save them from feeling
Lsictoess brought on by
have to take a laxative oc-
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On Monday, October 4th, 10:57, at
eleven o'clock, A. M., at the court
house door, in the town of Waynes
ville, Haywood County, North Caro
lina ,the undersigned Trustee will sell
at public outcry, to the highest bidder
for cash, the following described lands
and premises, lying and being in the
town of Waynesville, Haywood Coun
ty, North Carolina.
BEGINNING at a stake on the
West side of an alley, corner of lot
sold C. P. Patton, and runs with his
line, S. 68 degs. W. 137 Va feet to a
stake in the center of a branch; thence
up the center of the branch, 100 feet
to a stake; thence with the line of a
lot sold Gudger Obey, N. 8.5 degs. :!0'
E. 125 feet to the edge of a street;
thence with said street or alley, N.
17 degs. 30' W. 125 feet the BEGIN
NING. Sale made pursuant to power of
sale contained in that certain deed
of trust executed by Lou Love, dated
October 15, 1921, and recorded in
Book 8, at page 2, Record of Deeds
of Trust of Haywood County.
This September 3rd, 1937.
J. R. MORGAN,
No. 643 Sept 9-16-23-30.
THE FACT, JIM, ACTIONS ' J-TT lf r
(speak LOUOE1? 1 jfVL.' J "
MARSHAL. OTEY WALKED AISAIM
REPORTS THAT THE WEST R1O6E
f?OAD WOttK IS PeoS?SSN&
Theresa Alley Wins
In Dance Contest
Uiyonlod to .Monday Noon
of this Week).
On September 16, 1937, at ten
o'clock in the morning, proposals will
be received for the heating of
an addition to the Pennsyl
vania Avenue School building, in Can
ton, North Carolina. Proposals will
be received in the office of the -Superintendent
of Public Instructions of
Haywood County, in Waynesville,
North Carolina. Plans may be re
ceived from the office of Lindsey M.
Gudger, Architect, 52 Carter Street,
Asheville, North Carolina, no deposit
being required. All plans and spe
cifications must be returned with the
Consideration will be given only to
the bids of Contractors who submit
evidence showing that they are licen
sed under the enacted laws of North
Carolina to engage in the business of
Plumbing and Heating required by
. No bidder may withdraw his. bid for
a period of 60 days after the opening
A bidder's certified check for 5re of
the bid must accompany each bid. (In
lieu thereof a bidder may offer a
certified check for 'l';r of the bid plus
a bid bond of ten thousand dollars
($10,000.00), conditioned upon the
faithful performance of the contract
and upon the payment of all persona
supplying labor and furnishing mate
rials for the construction of the project.-
The Owner, the Haywood County
School Board of Education, reserves
the right to hold the bids for a period
of 60 days from the date of the open
ing thereof, or to reject any or all
So. 644 Sept. 9-16.
X. K. Christopher, et ux, et al, to
Ray H. Mann.
Aloin T, Smathers, et ux, to O. S.
Wilson, et ux,
C. B. Wells, et ux, to V. H. Byers,
J. M. Long, et ux, to Town of Can
Mrs. Julia Robinson to Rachel Rob
inson. C. B. Rhodarmer, et ux, to W, Earl
J. R. Medford, et ux, to L. E. Chan
ey, et ux.
NOTICE, OF SUMMONS
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
ANNIE BELL WIGINTON
C. C. WIGINGTON.
The defendant, C. C. Wigingtoh, in
the above entitled action, will take
notice that an action entitled as above
has been commenced jn the Superior
Court of Haywood County, North Car
olina, by the plaintiff, Annie Bell Wig
Ington, against the said defendant, C.
C. Wigington for the purpose of se
curing judgment against the said
defendant for an absolute divorce on
the grounds of two years separation:
that said defendant will further take
notice that he is required to be and
appear at the office of the Clerk of
the Superior Court of Haywood Coun
ty, North Carolina, at the court house
in Waynesville, on the 23rd day of
September, 1937, and answer or de
mur to the complaint of the plaintiff
filed in said action, or the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in her said complaint.
This the 24th day of August, 1937.
Asst. Clerk of the Superior Court of
Haywood County, North Carolina.
No. 640 Aug. 26-Sept 2-9-16.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
Bonnie Atkinson Thompson
Howard Keith Thompson.
The defendant, Howard Keith
Thompson, will take notice that an
action entitled as above has been
Commenced in the Superior Court of
Haywood County for the purpose of
securing for the plaintiff an absolute
divorce from the defendant; and the
said defendant will further take no
tice that he is required to appear' at
the office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Haywood County on 27, Oc
tober, 1937 and answer or demur to
the complaint in this cause filed or
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in said com
This the 8th day of September, 1937.
Asst. Clerk Superior Court.
No. 645 Sept. 9-16-23-30.
T. T. Noland, et ux. to F. 11. Han
nah, et ux.
Ivy Hill Township
Jarvis L. Palmer, et ux, to Lewis K.
Ode!!, et ux.
Jarvis L. Palmer, et ux, to Charles
Noah Phillips, et ux, to C. F. Bur
iiette, et ux.
Mary W, and A. P. Sogers to John
W, Moore, Jr.
Fannie R. Graves to Walter R.
R. L. Provost, et ux, to BiUio Smith,
J .H. Howell (receiver) to M. O.
Roy Parton, et ux, to Anne Burroughs.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Theresa Alley, granddaughter of Dr.
and Mrs. W. H. Liner and Judge and
Mrs. Felix E. Alley, who at the age
of eight years has become an out-'
standing dancer, was the winner last
week among a group of amateur
dancers, in a contest staged at the
George Vanderbilt Hotel, in Asheville.
The contest was sponsored by the
American Business Club, for the Par
amount Film Company, and was
known as a "Search for Talent." It
was one of six contests that are being
held, after which an elimination con
test will be staged at the Plaza Thea
ter in Asheville, in which little Miss
Alley will take part.
On the program at the George Van
derbilt Theresa gave both a tap and
an acrobatic number, with each re
Everybody is now talking about
what a great thing is leisure. But
we did not always know it ly that
name. We used to call it loafing.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT fire insurance policies number
564 and 566 of the Atlas Assurance
Company of London, England, requir
ing for their validity the countersig
nature of a duly authorized and li
censed agent, have been lost. Since
these policies have not been regularly
countersigned,- issued or accounted
for nor any premiums received there
under by this company, they will be
valueless until .void in the hands of
whomsoever they may fall arid any
claim thereunder would lie illegal and
fraudulent. If found they should be
mailed J. F, Satterlee, Special Agent;
Central Union Bldg., Columbia, S. C.
ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY
No. 612 Sept. 9-16-2.!.
A Reno dispatch gives briefly the
matrimonial experiences of Helen
Wills Moody, tennis star, who recent
ly secured a divorce, "20; love, "26;
tied. '29; game over, '37." What a
NOTICE OF SALE
On Monday, September 27, 1937, at
1 o'clock A. M. at the court house door
of Haywood County in the Town of
Waynesville, the undersigned will of
fer for sale at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash the following
lands and premises, lying and being
in Crabtree- Township, Haywood Coun
ty, North Carolina; to-wit:
BEGINNING at a red oak tree near
the branch and runs S. crossing the
public road 85 deg. W. 2.50 chains to
a stake; thence N. 5 deg. E. 1.70
chains to a stake; thence N. 42 (leg.
40' E. 2,94 to a red oak Smith's line;
thence 2 deg. 25' W. 1,59 chains to u
large white oak; thence S. 53 deg. 48'
E. .53 chains to an oak; thence S.
down the branch S. 2 deg. 15' W. 1
chain to U stake in the center of
branch; thence S. 15 deg. 30' E. .76;
chains to a stake in center of branch;
thence S. 64 deg. 45' VV. .21 chains to
the beginning, containing .6 of an
acre, more or less. A map of said
lands made by J. R. Terrell, Surveyor,
September Kith, 1927 being hereto at
tached and made a part of this deed
Sale made pursuant to the power
and authority conferred by Ch. 494
P. L. 1933 and act umendatory thereto.
This the 27th day of August, 1937.
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF
OF HAYWOOD COUNTY.
By Jack Messer,
No. C41 Sept 2-9-16-23.
Jewelry, Rings, Teeth. Crowns,
CHANDLER & CO.
First Class Watch And Jewelery
Waynesville, N. C. ft
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Let Us Fix Their
School Shoes ...
Soles that are worn through,
and heels that are worn off don't
mean that the shoes need be dis
cardedit merely means that
they are ready for our repair
imiNt; VOl'R SHOE REPAIR
IN(J TO US
WE SATIS F Y
E T. DUCKETT
Next To Western Union
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SAL1
l:yeH Kiuminetl For Appointment
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DR. R. KING IIARPE
127 i Main St. Well Hlii;. Clinton, N. O.
NOTICE OF SALE
On Monday, September 20, 1937, at
11 o'clock A. M., at the court house
door in the Town of Waynesville, Hay
wood County, N. C, 1 will sell at
public auction to the highest bidder
for cash the following described lands
and premises, lying and being in Way
nesville Township, Haywood County,
N. C. to-wit: "
Adjoining the lands formerly owned
by Mrs. M, E. Hilliard and others in
the Mauney Cove, and more particu
larly described and bounded as fol
lows: BEGINNING on a cliff of
rocks on the top of Pine or Mauney
Cove Ridge, the Northwest corner of
lot No. 4, in the partition proceedings
of the Mauney Cove lands (see County
records, Vol. 1, Minute Docket, Hay
wood Co. Superior Court Clerk's office,
page 113 to 123, inclusive); and runs
with the line of lot No. 4, S. 35 E. 115
poles to a lynn on the branch; thence
dow;n the branch N. 57 deg. E. 8 poles
to a poplar on the South bank of the
branch above the forks; thence South,
183 poles to a Spanish oak, the South
west corner of lot No. 4; thence N. 85
deg. W. 60 poles to a chestnut, the
Southeast corner of lot No. 6; thence
with the East line of lot No. 6 N, 130
poles to a small Ch. between branches
in a fiat; thence N. 47 deg. Wr. 22V2
poles to a poplar on the North bank
of the branch at a deep hollow; thence
N. 42 deg. W. 97 poles to a Spanish
oak near a pine on the ridge; thence
down the ridge, N. 56 deg. E. 82 poles
to the BEGINNING, containing 117
acres, more or less.
Sale made pursuant to the power
conferred upon me by that certain
deed of trust executed by J. E. Messer
and W. E, Smith, dated February 16,
1932 and recorded in Book 32, at page
7, Record of Deeds in Trust of Hay
wood County, to which reference is
hereby made for all the terms and con
This August 17, 1937.
A. T. WARD, ;
No. 637 Aug. 26-Sept. 2-9-16.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF the
j power of sale contained in a certain
deed of trust, executed by Haywood
Supply Co., a corporation- duly organ
ized and existing under and by virtue
of the laws of the state . of North
Carolina to J. R. Boyd, Trustee dated
August 15, 1936, and recorded in the
Book -','18, page 77 in the office of the
Register of Deeds Haywood County;
North Carolina, default having been
made in the payment of the indebt
edness thereby secured, and the hold
er of the notes hereby secured 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 1 1 o'clock, A. M., oh
Tuesday 21st day f September, 1937,
and will sell to the highest bidder for
cash all that certain tract, or. parcel
of land, lying and being in the City
of Waynesville, Waynesville Town
ship, Haywood County, North Caro
lina and the boundary more particular- j
ly described as follows:
Being in the Town of Waynesville,
North Carolina, and lying between
Richland Creek and the street which
runs down by the 'depot;1 BEGINNING
on a stake on the said street which
runs down by the depot coming from
towards Sulphur Springs 245 feet
from an alley and R. G. A. Love's line
Nl. 44' W. 135 feet to a stake in the
edge of Richland Creek; N. 18' 45'
East 85 feet to the stake in the edge
of said creek; thence S. 40" 30' East !
170 feet to the margin of said street;
thence with said street S. 46" 30', W.
85 feet to the BEGINNING, contain- ,
ing one-third of an acre, more or less. I
Subject to right-of-way now used by
Excepting, however, from the above
described land certain one-half inter
est in the walls of said building which
have heretofore been conveyed by the
party of the first part to adjacent
property owners, all of which deeds
are of record in the office of Register
of Deeds of Haywood County and to
each of which reference is hereby
This sale is made subject to taxes
and street assessments.
This the 31st day of August, 1937.
J. R. BOYD,
No. 639 Aug. 26-Sept. 2-9-16.
100-M FEET FOUR-QUARTER
IVrferabl) !U Days l)r
Also lluUernut Logs Delivered To Our Mill
LAKE JUNALUSKA, N. C.
FARMS FOR SALE
HAYWOOD COUNTY, 1 35 acres. Rich Land. Pigeon River mar Cruso.
.100 acres grass and cultivation, watered by springs and branches.
Orchard. 700 to N00 trei. 2.000 bushels of apples now on triH-s. Two
cottages. Large barn, $1,000.00.
TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY. 285 arres on Toiled Slates Highway
64. Part river-bottom land. $1,000.00 cash.
JA KSON COUNTY, near Cullowhee t ollege 175 acres, 70 cultiva
tion, 25 level. Orchard. Cottage, Barn. Spring, branrh and creek water.
Inquire for price on last tract and particulars about all, but state
how you want to make payments.
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