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5DAY, JANUARY 16, 1941
TOE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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JOGS KILLED Called for and
delivered, good clean work guar
anteed. Ellis Mathis, Clyde.
T. 'iA.93Jtn.Fnb B-
MRS, 'MAN REALLY COOKS
How to the world -would the
Creek Folks get along without Jay
He goes jus wherever he pleas es
sees and hears everything, and yet
nobody ever pays any aJuention to
him. People don't even bother him
when he goes in a cherry tree or
grape vine to get his dinner. He
to just a bird fcnat'a all, so far
as Mr. Man and Uncle Joe can see.
But too Blackie and the boys ha is
a lot more that a bird. He is a
mail carrier, a telephone, a radio
everything that carried news
or messages, and they simply
wouldn't know how to got along
wliiout him. -
You remember that for the past
week or two, Mrs. Man has been
canning vegetables and frui'is, and
USE FOR RENT On Howell
Mill road. Will rent part or all
M house. All modern conven-
ince. Call 167 or write Mrs.
m. Balentine. Jan. 16
R RENT Furnished apartment
Main street Heat, f rigidaire
sd radio. Call 120 or L. N.
)avis Co Jan. 9-16-23.
a J31 FORD TUDOR For sale
Vfceap. New tires, mechanically
?0. K. See Roy L.
drying apples and fixing up lots
of wintertime takings. Of course,
Jay Bird has been watching her
while she has been doing all of
this; and has been telling Blackie
about . Did any of you children
ever eao fried "turnovers" made
of dried apples T Certainly you
have and nobody needs to ask you
whether you like Uhem.
It was Saturday and tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs. Man were going to
church. There were to be two ser
mons on in the morning amd one
in the afternoon, and everybody
was going to carry their dinner
acd it was sroinsr to be the verv
betffc dinner they could fix.
Mrs. Man certainly did fix un
a lot of good things to take along.
and you may be sure that she had
a big pile of Whose dried apple
She was at the window piling
them up in a basket, all cries-crose-fing
eaoh other so they could cool
aird dry, when Jay Bird came up.
Lolls of people in the country
have what they call a "sDrinir
house" out in the yard under a
big tree. They use it in the place
of a refrigerator, and they keep
milk and butter and other things
that Ithey want to keep cool im it.
Well, Mrs. Mam wanted those
turnovers to keep nice and cool
for the Sunday meeting dinner, so
she took the basket out and put it
SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK
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JOGS KILLED We Call for and
deliver them. Clean work. Ulis
Mathis, Clyde, N. C. J2-9-16-23
Jan. 9 om a shelf in (the spring house. And
Uay Bird judt "faappaned" to see
her do it.
You had just as well know that
Jocko liked turnovers about as
well as Mr. Man did, and Jay Bird
bad (heard Mm talk about the way
ma Mistress used to make them
der for cash, the following lands
and premises, situate, lying and
being in Waynes ville Township,
Haywood County, N. C, to-wit:
Being all the. right, title and
interest of the said Carter Boone
in and to all the lands and prem
ises of which G. M. Boone died
seized, situate in Waynesville
Township, Haywood County, North
Carolina, either as an heir at law
of the said G. M. Boone, or as a
devisee under his last will and
Sale made pursuant to the pow
er of sale conferred upon me by
virtue of that certain deed of trust
dated December 14, 1939, from
Carter Boone, and recorded in
Book of Deeds of Trust No. 44,
page 281, in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds of Haywood County,
reference being hereby made to
said instrument and record for all
the terms and Conditions thereof.
This January 10, 1941.
; A. T. WARD,
No. 1034 Jan. 16-23-30-Feb. 6.
igsaed at the time Summons was
issued, which Warrant is return
able at the time and place above
named for thfl return of the Sum
mons, when and where the defend
ants are required to appear and
answer or demur, or the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in said Complaint
This December 80th, 1940.
Assistant Clerk Superior Court.
No. 1028-Jan. 2-9-16-23.
NOTICE OF EXECUTOR'S SALE
Under and by virtne of an cider
of the Superior Court of Haywood
County, made in the special pro
ceeding entitled "Jarvia H. Allison,
executor of Mary C Reno, VS. P.
D. Turner and Others, heirs at
law and advisees of Mary C
Reno, deceased, the same being
No. 173 upon the special proceed
ing docket of said court, the un
dersigned commissioner will, on
the 3rd day of Feb., 1941, at 12
o'clock, noon, at the court house
door in Waynesville, Haywood
County, North Carolina, offer for
sale to . highest bidder for cash,
that certain hous and lot of land,
lying and being in the town of
Clyde, Haywood County, North
Carolina, known as the Lum Reno
place, described as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake in
Mulberry street and running
thence East 132 feet with the di
viding line of lot No. 6, heretofore
sold to D. C. Clark, to a stake;
thence South 132 feet to a stake;
thence South 132 feet to a
stake in said street; thence
West 132 feet to a stake;
thence North with said street 132
(By Substituted Trustee.)
Pursuant to tha power and au
thority contained in a certain deed
of trust dated the 12th day of No
vember, 1934, executed by Aggie
Srayer and wife, Nora Smyer, to
C. S. Noble, Trustee, which deed of
trust is duly registered in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Hay
wood County, North Carolina, in
Book 28, page 305, securing a cer
tain note payable to HOME OWN
ERS' LOAN CORPORATION, de
fault having been made for a pe
riod of more than ninety (90) days
in the payment of said note as pro
vided therein and in the perform
ance of certain covenants set out
in said deed of trust and demand
of foreclosure having been made
larly described and defined as fol
BEGINNING at a point oa th
West aide of Bryson Street whiea
is distant 608 feet in a Southern di
rection from the intersection of
said margin of Bryson Street with
the Southern margin of Boyd Av
enue, and runs South 85 deg. S4
min. West 88 feet; tlence South 1
deg. 38 mm. West 60 feet; these
North 85 deg. 50 min. East 95, feet
to Bryson Street; thence North 1A
deg. West 50 feet along Brysoa
Street to the BEGINNING.
Being the same land conveyed by
deed from W. A. Whitner and wife,
Jeanie Whitner, to Aggi Smyer
and wife, Nora Smyer, dated Au
gust 28, 1902, and recorded in the
Office of the Register of Deeds for
Haywood County Book 16, page
62 on August 30, 1902, with the
exception of a lot conveyed to W. A.
by deed dated 3rd day of
by the holder of said indebtedness, i Jun' "6". !nd ?rded In Offioa
the undersigned Trustee, having Ui 'gur oi ieeo. r xr
been substituted as Trustee, for C.
S. Noble, said substitution being
duly recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds of Haywood
County, North Carolina, in Book
feet to the beginning, containing X?JZJ?.
65 poles, and known as lot No. 9,
and being the same land described
in a deed from J. M. Shook to
Mary C. Reno, dated Dec. 21, 1882,
and registered in book V. page
448, records of deed of Haywood
The is the 3rd day of Jan., 1941.
JARVIS H. ALLISON,
No. 1030-Jaa. 9-16-23-30.
public auction to the highest bid
der for cash at the Court House
door in Haywood County, Waynes
ville, North Carolina at 12 o'clock
noon, on the 10th day of February,
1941, the following described real
estate, to wit:
Lying and being in the Town of
Waynesville, Waynesville Town
ship, County of Haywood, State of
North Carolina, and more particu-
wood County, in Book 20, page 454.
Being also the same land de
scribed in a plat made by N. Rog
ers, C. E., on the 6th day of Oc
tober, 1934, which plat is now oa
file with the Home Owners' Loan
The purchaser at this sale will
be required to make cash deposit
of 5 per cent of the purchase price
to show good fsith.
This, the 6th day of January,
T. C. ABERNETHY,
Per M. GSamey.
No. 1031 Jan. 9-16-23-30-Feb.
PR RENT 6-room house and
i half acre of warden in East
I Waynesville. See , Mrs. , JerryJJtMraaH'fe,long. before Jocko knew
Recorded to Monday Noon
Of This Week)
Lula M. Smathers to John Ma-
inra Abbott to Jack Smathers,
lallie Hipps to R. Joyce Owen
C. Trantham, et txx. to J. L.
thers. et ux.
E. Stamey, et ux, to Frank
nev, et ux.
T. Bailey, et ux. to J. W.
ford, et ux.
Iimie F. Hall to Gertie Win-
rpie McCTnre, et ux, to Mar
I Pauline Younc
t Tr. W. T. Deaver, to
King, et ux to R. Joyce
all ttboitH what was in Ahe BDrinir
But now what about getting the
dogs out of the way that night?
Any time that Who-Whn rwi
urnnlsl flv ltfwn. ilsvo Hit. lfl- '
chicken bouse and say "Who-who"
ibhe dogs wold run out after him
and would follow him out in the
woods. Jocko sent Jay Bird over
for Who-Who, and they fixed it
all up. Who-Who flew down near
Having qualified as executrix of
the estate of M. M. Noland, de
ceased, this is to notify all persons
having claims against said estate
(to exhibit same to me at Waynes-
vine, in. u on or Deiore January
14, 1942, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar thereof. All per
sons indebted to said estate, please
make immediate settlement.
This January 14, 1041.
MRS. DAISY FERGUSON,
No. 1033 Jan. 16-23JJ0-Feb. -6-
Having qualified as administra
trix of the estate of G. F. Boston,
deceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned at
Waynesville, North Carolina, on or
before the 10th day of January.
tihe chicken house and made about 1942 or this notice will be pleaded
ifford Worley, et ux, to R. H.
ey, et ux.
4 Banks, et ux, to G. C.
re, et ux. .-
wes R. King to J. A. McGee,
I Cecil Tomuhin
ennr Hvde, et ux, to Ray Ray-
u uucneix. et ux.
M. Jones, et ux. to TrtA r.
anae white to H. K. Jones,
J. Chambers, et ux, to C. E.
I", ei ux.
J. Chambers, et ux, to C. E,
fn, et ux.
f Crabtree Tovmmhta
T. Noland, et ux, to Pauline
I F. Rogers, et ux, to Cassius
I East Vnrlc Tnvrmmt,:
C. Chambers, et ux, to Noland
Fines Creek Township
M. Noland, et ux, to Pearl
ICK RELIEF FROM
toms of Distress Arising from
SookTeOs of HomeTreatmentthit
t Help or it Will Cost You Nothing
'Hie mill Inn htl tha WIT.T.ARn
4TMENT have been sold for relieloT
na or d!.tres arisiiiK from Stomach
nl Uhmdnt to Enm Ado
DlgMMon. Sour or tipcat Stomach,
Heartburn, Sbjaptewmss. otc,
Ew Actd. Sold on 15 days' trial)
or "Willard's Miw" which fully
" tbm treatment frrm t
the worst noise any owl ever did
make. In a minute Rover Dog
and his wfife were out of their
house and right after Who-Who
and were makieg more noise than
he was. And where was Jocko ? No
use to tell you; you already know,
He was right up in the spring
house grabbing that basket of
turnovers, and doing some fast
running back to Blackie's house
with his good Sunday dinner.
To be Continued)
Iron Duff Township
Hardy Franklin, et ux, to
Ivy Hill Township
Glenn Campbell, et ux, to H
Moody..;.'-.. . -
Thomas J. Mitchell, et ux, to B.
W. Terrell, et ux.
R. M. Franklin, et ux, to H. P.
Pressley, et ux.
G. D. Woodruff, et ux, to Carl
Trull, et ux.
Jack Chambers, et ux, et al, to G.
D. Chambers, et ux.
Garland H. Wells, et ux, to C. D.
Ralph Howell, et ux, to G. W.
Clark, et ux.
W. A. Bradley, et ux, to Leo
W. A. Bradley, et ux, to Denton
Browning, et ux.
R. L. Prevost, et ux, to Dewey
Cochran, et ux.
Moser Osborne, et ux, to Marion
W. T, Lee to F. Porter McClure,
W. H. Oxner, et ux. to M. O.
Galloway, et ux.
Roy Mills, et ux, to Fannie
Louie M. Black to J. R. Morgan.
Christian A. Rauschenberg to
Lina A. Rauschenbercr. -
Whits Oak Township
G. C. Clark, et ux, to W. C. Mor
row, et al.
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This the 10th day of January,
MRS. G. F. BOSTON,
Administratrix of the Estate of
G. F, Boston, deceased.
No. 1032 Jan 16-23-30-Feb. 6-13-20.
I Tim a
Give In Your Poll
i of i
NOTICE OF SUMMONS AND
WARRANT OF ATTACHMENT
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
BERNARD L. REERS and
wife, MARY PAULINE
The defendants; Bernard L.
Reers and Mary Pauline Reers, will,
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Haywood
County, N. C, to recover posses
sion of real property situate in
said County and damages for
wrongful detention, and the said
defendants, win take notice that
they are required to appear in the
office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court in the Court house in Hay
wood' County. N. O, within thirty
days after the 30th day of Janu
ary, 1941, and answer or demur
to the Complaint in said action.
Defendants will also take notice
that a Warrant of Attachment was
NOTICE OF SALE
On Monday, February 10, 1941,
at eleven o'clock A. M., at the
court house door in the town of
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Listing Began January
All property owners and taxpayers in Haywood County are required to
return to the list Takers for Taxation for the year 1941 all the Real Estate,
Personal Property, etc., which each shall own on the First day of January.
All male persons between the ages of 21 and 50 are required to list their
polls during the same time. :'r-
All persons who own property and fail to list it and all who are liable for
poll tax and fail to give themselves in will be deemed guilty of a misde
Waynesville . ... . .. . R.C. Francis
Waynesville and Hazelwood
D. A. Howell
Cataloochee . . .
Iron Duff . . .
. . . B. Z. Green
. Mark W. Howell
.... Wallace Hill
Fines Creek, Raymond McCracken
Clyde Carey Byers
Beaverdam . .
East Fork . . .
. . Jim Henderson ,
... C. E, Williams
. H. P. Ledbetter
. . . Ken Burnett
Haywood County Board. Of Commissioners
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