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MAV 8, 1941
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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BSuter than two
f" thanks, and tributes
Lt are accepted at one
(As Recorded to Monday Noon
i Of This Week)
iLE-1 four year old
key cow, 1 two-norse Wa
com drill, 1 gram arm, a
1 hill side 2 horse turner,
land turner, both Vulcan
1 Sichin 49 tooth harrow,
ks oats. Write Box 12,
No. 1, Clyde, May 1-8-15
FORMS of all descrip-
n the latest and easiest
warrants, summons, leas-
deeds of trust. Get them
SALE We have 100 good
bianos to sell at bargain
100 miles. Terms $6.00
and $,l)0 , per month.
Ernest. R. Magness, For-
?, X. C.
D Good second hand rear
for bicycle. Robert Gif
oute one. , . It
THERED WITH people
Issing on your land, get
of the "no tresspassing
at The Mountaineer.
EXCED children's nurse
e for n ig ht duty. Rates
hour. Clai ine Allen, 210
street. Colored May8
R AND sheets and indexes
, in all DODtilar sizes. at
p'SPAPERS for sale at
pit per pound. Flat, in
I ze sheets at The Moun-
RITER RIBBONS for all
machines, inTblid black
and red, at The Moun-
LE-Medium sized used
id Furnace and Stoker.
p in good condition and
teed. Free estimates
Phone or write Holland
f e Co., Asheville, N. C.
ASH for farm, part wood-
fart farm land. Must have
Piter suddIv anH stream
fie. Location , vicinity of
svuie or Hendersonvule.
could remain as tenant
w to spend short time
summer. Renlv in detail.
pith 506 16th Avenue N.
retersbure. Fla. '
Sell a House
a Boom or Apartment
r Sell Livestock
F or Sell Discarded
,r Sen Coal or Wood
Loan : ,
Mrs. A. D. Wells to J. M. Wells
J. H. Powell et ux, et al to Guy
Roberts, et ux.
James D. Henderson et ux to
John C. Alderson et ux.
W. E. Abbott, et ux, et al to M.
D. Beck, et ux.
W. E. Abbott et ux, et al to H.
G. Williams, et ux.
Ruth Buchanan to R. L. Buch
anan et ux.
William R. Cody to Ruth Buch
anan. T. A. Rhodarmer et ux to Luther
C. H. Morrow et ux to Malvin
Mrs. Ollie Phoenix to E. W. In
man, et ux.
J. H.: Powell et ux et al to Mrs.
Don M. Nichols et ux to J. P.
Robinson et ux. .
R. R. Gaddis et ux to R. D, Gaddis
H. A. Osborne et ux to T. E
Hugh Smathers et.ux to Geo. H.
Jobes et ux.
L. W. Smathers et ux to Hugh
Smathers et ux.
Kenneth Smathers et ux et al to
C. T. Smathers, Jr.
Dr. W. C. Johnson et ux to W.
M. Hall et ux.
Virgil McCrary et ux to Town
H. L. Stamey, et ux et al to
Frank J. Stamey.
Grady L. Owen et ux to Walter
J. H, Rhodarmer et ux to Will
Bonham et ux.
Sallie West to Jane Reece.
Ellen N. McCracken to Devoe B.
Medford et ux.
Lupie Medford to Devere Med
ford et ux.
Devoe B. Medford H ux to Lupie
East Fork Township
Eugene Henson to Henry C. Rog
ers, et ux.
Joe H. Banks et ux to Grover
Sanford et al.
Fines Creek Township
Robert Carver et ux, et al to
Earle Justice et ux.
G. P. Morgan et ux to Grady
Sisk et ux.
Waynesville Township t
J. H. Howell et ux to Genevieve
C. N. Allen, et ux, et al to Elmer
Anna M. Glosser, et al to C. W.
The Responsibility of the Home Regarding
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL, LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic for May
11 is Deut 6:4-7; Jer. 35:5-10, the
Golden Text being Prov. 22 :6,
"Train up a child in the way he
should go. And even when he is
old he will not depart from it")
Having qualified as administra
trix of the estate of Mary Tate
McCracken. deceased. late of the
county of Haywood, State of North
Carolina, this is to notify all per
sons hnvino. claims atrainst the es
tate of the said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at
Waynesville, N. C., on or belore tne
17th day of April, 1942, or this
ill hp nleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please
make immediate payment.
This the 17th day oi : April,
MRS. R. L. COIN,
Mary Tate McCracken
April 17-24, May 1-8-15-22.
THE BOOK of Deuteronomy,
from which the first part of our
lesson today is taken, was written
somewhere between 1450 and 1500
B. C, and the particular chapter
of Jeremiah quoted in the second
part of the lesson was probably
composed about 604 B. C.
The entire book of Deuteronomy
Is devoted to the truths revealed
to Israel while the nation was
wandering for 40 years In the
wilderness. The prophecy of Jere
miah was uttered near or in Jeru
salem. "Hear, O Israel: The Lord our
God is one Lord.
"And thou shalt love the Lord
thy God with all thine heart, and
with all thy soul, and with all thy
"And thou shalt teach these
words diligently unto thy chil
dren, and shalt talk of them
when thou sittest In thine house,
and when thou walkest by the
way, and when thou liest down,
and when thou rlsest up."
In other words, our religion, our
love of our Maker should not be
something we confine to Sunday
when we go to church and Sunday
school, but something vital to
us; that we talk about in our
homes. It Is to be a part of our
dally lives. We think and speak
of it when we get up in the morn
ing and through the day, and
when we sit at our dinner tables,
and when we go to bed. It is the
guiding principle of our lives. We
love God and try to be worthy of
Him and all He does for us.
Lesson on Temperance
From Jeremiah we have a fine
lesson on temperance, which is
the real topic of our lesson. It
tells of the descendants of one
Jonadab or Jehonadab, who ap
pears elsewhere in the Bible as the
ally of Jehu in the overthrow of
the house of Ahab in II Kings
10:15. He is described as the "son
of Rechab." but as that name
means "chariot" and was applied
to the great Tiahbite prophet, it
has been thought that the name
"son of Rechab" may mean "son
of the chariot"
At any rate, those sons of
Rechab were taken to the house
of uie Lord end wine was set be
fore them and they were Invited
"But they said. We will drink no
wine: for Jonadab the son of
Rechab our father commanded us,
saying. Ye shall drink no wine,
neither ye, nor your sons forever."
Few are as faithful to house
hold commands as these men. And
it rarely seems enough in these
days to command that sons and
daughters shall abstain from
drink. But the home is the place
where good habits and fine prin
ciples are taught And the par
ents are the ones to set the
good example. If they never
drink Intoxicating beverages and
never use such liquors, the chil
dren are much more likely to fol
low their example.
The home is the place where
good morals are taught A father
and mother who are honest loyal !
to each other and to their com- j
munity and country; who are lov
ing and sincere, truthful and up
right In all their ways, will almost
surely Instill these qualities into
No Use Being Shocked
There Is no use in parents being
shocked at finding that their sons
and daughters lie, cheat and drink
if they do these things themselves.
"The hand that rocks the cradle"
does "rule the world." That Is not
only a pretty saying. It is a great
truth. If every man and woman In
the world could have had a happy
home of loving, tolerant high
minded, just parents, the wars
and all other cruelties we are wit
nessing would never have been.
Not only did these sons of
Rechab obey their father in the
matter of drinking wine, but they
also lived in tents, as he bade
them, and built no houses; nor did
they Own fields or plant vineyards
or seeds. The Idea seemed to be to
keep this tribe free from the vices
that might come from owning
property or living in cities.
Our Ideals no longer require us
to live In tents, as our faraway
ancestors did, and it is no sin to
own fields and to cultivate food
and flowers thereon. It is a virtue;
But it is still a wise rule to refuse
wine and other Intoxicating bever
ages when they are offered, think
ing of the many lives lost each
year because of excessive drink
ing, and the wreckage of many
Let us be strong for the right
and "train up our children in the
way they should go, so that even
when they are old, they will not
aepart from It"
Distributed by King Features Syndicate, Ine,
By Blitz Directed
From Air By Radio
Planes to Spot
DANVILLE, Va The Southern
moonshiners, who for so many gen
erations have been successful in
eluding the agents of the Federal
Government, are facing a new form
of warfare. An aerial blitz has de
scended on them and two-way short
wave radio is contributing to their
Forty, illicit stills scattered
through the slopes of the Hlue
Ridge Mountuins in Henry, Frank
lin and Tatrick counties were raid-
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of N. P. Walker, de
ceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
oatiitB of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at R. 1, 1
Candler, North Carolina, on or De
fore the 1st day of May, 1942 or
this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons
fAchtoA tn said estate will please
make immediate payment
This the 30th day oi Apru, is.
Administrator of the Estate of
N. P Walker, deceased.
No. 1070 May 1-8-15-20-29-June
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
im tuv. STTPERIOR COURT
. - -.v-vT-yxTmxr '
RUTH WALKER GREEN,
ROBERT GRADY GREEN.
rrv. j.n(gTit .Rnbert Grady
X I1C UClciiui."
Green, will take notice that an ac-
tion entitled as "move
commenced in the Superior Court
of Haywood County, N. C, to ob
tain an absolute divorce; and the
said defendant will further take
notice that he is required to appear
at the Office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of said County in
the Court House in Waynesville,
N. C., within thirty days after the
28th day of May, 1941, and answer
or demur to the complaint in said
action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief demand
ed in said complaint
This April 28th, 1941.
W. G. BYERS,
Clerk of the Superior Court of
Hester Davis et al to William R.
Persie I). Phillips et al to Pau
line N. Davis.
Lawrence Hooper et ux to R. L.
Hooper et ux. :
N. L. Stephens et ux to Roy
Stephens. .: ' '
i. R. McElroy et ux et al to F.
E. Kuykendall. ; .
Haywood Home Building and
Loan Association to Fred Fanner.
Newton Brendle et ux to Butler
Henry Davis et Ux to Fred Camp
bell et ux. '
W. H. Snyder et ux to Jack H.
Snyder et ux. '
D. H. Turpin to Z. L. Massey.
E. W. McClure et ux, et al to
R. L. Hooper. .
Haywood Home Building and
Loan Association to J. P. Compton.
. Catherine V. Carpenter to Annie
Lee Mobley. ,
L. M. Bristol et ux to Paul a.
Grover K. Roberson et ux io
Homer Morgan. -
Build-Up" Good New!
For Suffering Women
Much of women's periodic dis
tress may be unnecessary!
Many who suffer from headaches,
nervousness, cramp-like pain, other
eymptoms of functional dysmenor
rhea due to malnutrition are helped
Main way it helps relieve periodic
distress is by increasing "PPetite
and flow of gastric Juice, Thus it
often aids digestion; helps build
strength, energy, resistance to
periodic disturbances. . .
Others find help for periodic dis
comfort this way: Start a few days
before Wd take CARDUI until -the
time" has passed. Women have
rod CARDUI m"re than 60 years.
ed and destroyed over one week
end by agents of the Alcohol Tax
Unit who employed a coast guard
airplane to do the spotting and
who were directed by radio tele
phone messages from the air.
It Was comparatively easy for
the crew of the small but fast air
plane, with the aid of binoculars,
to pick out the small blue columns
of snioke rising from the woodlands
which usually betray a moonshine
still. Agents in Government cars
aimed with radio receivers and
.transmitters; receive, compass bear
ings from the fliers and lost no
time in setting out into the Woods.
STILLS ..DESTROYED '
Some 10,000 gallons of mash was
poured out and numerous arrests
were made.. The stills were de
stroyed with axes.
Moonshiners usually know when
the "revenooers" are in their iso
lated areas because strange per
sons do not get far in the moun
tains before their presence and us
ually their business is known. In
this way many a still has been
hastily removed or those actually
operating are deserted and the of
ficers have not been able to make
many arrests. Now, the agents of
the alcohol tax unit surround the
suspected area and close in before
the moonshiners are aware of the
presence of the agents. : '
District Attorney Frank Taven
ner, for the Western District of
Virginia, not long ago admitted
that there is a rise in the illicit
manufacture of spirits and its
He ascribed this to two new taxes
which have been imposed on spirit
which can be purchased legally in
the State owned stores. The Gen
eral Assembly laid one of the addi
tional taxes and the Federal Gov
ernment came along with the other
in the name of defense, raising the
price of liquor beyond the means
of those in the low-to-moderate in
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the pow
pr nf sale contained in that certain
deed of trust dated the 23rd day
of Feb. 1939, made and executed Dy
Glenn Rhodes and wife, Sarah
Rhodes and Guy Rhodes, to the un
dersigned Trustee, which said deed
of trust is recorded in Book 37,
page 161 records of deeds of trust
for Haywood County, N. C. to
which reference is hereby made,
the undersigned Trustee will on
Monday 12th days of May, 1941, at
11 o'clock a. m. at the Court House
Door in Waynesville, N. C. offer
for sale at public out cry to the
highest bidder for cash the herein
after described property:
That rertain tract or parcel of
land lying and being in Haywood
County, N. C: Beginning at a
spruce pine, J. N. Osborne's corner
near the mouth of Cold Creek,
thence up old river run, being a
Southerly direction, to poles, more
or less to a pine stump on West
bank of said river, thence a west
erly course 4 poles more or less to
J. N. Osborne's line in the center
of the Public road leading up said
river; thence up said river about
13 poles to J, N. Massie's corner in
T. C. Hensoh's line to a stake on
the bank of said public road; thence
running a westerly course parallel
with J. R. Howell's line 24-1-2 poles
to a poplar and rock; thence a
southward course 26 poles to a
poplar in old Howell line; thence
up the old river run with its
meanders to the head of the old
river run, near the public school
house corner; thence an easterly
course crossing said East Fork of
Pigeon River to a stake on the
east bank of said river; thence
down said river as it meanders to
the mouth of Pisgah Creek; thence
crossing to the west bank of said
river; thence down the east of said
river 35 poles more or less to a
stake about 15 poles North East of
the mouth of Cold Creek; thence a
Northwest course 15 poles to the
beginning. Containing 21 acres,
more or less. Excepting from said
boundary 2 acres, more or less con
veyed to J. N. Osborne by J. W.
This sale is made on account of
default in the payment of the in
debtedness as provided in said deed
of trust and the holder of said deed
of trust and note having requested
that said land be sold to pay said
This the 8th day of April, 1941.
GROVER C. DAVIS
No. 1061 April 17-24, May 1-8.
Notice Serving Summons By
In the Superior Court.
Haywood County and Town of
Pauline McCrnoken riott and
husband, G. C. Plott; Roy McCrck
en and wife, Louise McCracken;
Willie McCracken Isenhour and
husband, Edward Isenhour; Jack1
McCracken Coin and husband, Rob
ert Coin; Kate McCracken Morris'
(widow) Josephine McCracken
Dungan and husband, Walter Dun
gan ; Dorothy McCracken Rogers
and husband, Grady Rogers; Nor
ton Persons and wife, Ethel Per
sons, and Jerry Liner.
The defendants, Roy McCracken
and wife, Louise McCracken; Wil
lie McCracken Isenhour and hus
band, Edward Isenhour; Josephine
McCracken Dungan and husband,
Walter Dungan; Dorothy Mc
Cracken Rogers and husband,
Grady Rogers, and Norton Per
sons and wife, Ethel Persons, will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced in
the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, to fore
close county and municipal tax
liens and municipal special street
assessment liens; and the said de
fendants will further take notice
that they are required to appear at
the office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court in the Court House in
said County in Waynesville, North
Carolina, within thirty days after
the 15th day of May, 1941, and an
swer or demur to the complaint in
said action, or the plaintiffs will
apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in said complaint
This April 14th, 1941.
W. G. BYERS,
Clerk Superior Court of Haywood
County," North Carolina.
No. 10U2 April 17-24, May 1-8,
Having qualified as Administra
tor of the Estate of Butler Kuy
kendall, deceased, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
said estate to file same with the
undersigned on or before the 21st
day of April, 1942, or this" notice
will be pleaded in bar thereof. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate settlement.
This April 21st, 1941.
No. 10G8 April 24-May 1-8-15-22-29.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF HAYWOOD. -
The undersigned, Secretary to
the Hoard of Education of Hay
wood County, aiul pursuant to the
provisions contained in Section
5470A of Consolidated Stautes of
North Carolina, will on Monday,
the 19th day of May, 1941, at eleven
o'clock A. M; at the Courthouse
door in the Town of Waynesville,
North Carolina, expose for sale to
the highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing and described tract or par
cel of land, which now belongs to
the School Board of Haywood Coun
ty, and which said land has be
come unsuitable and unnecessary
for public school purposes, and
which said tract of land is more
particularly described as follows:
BEG I N NIXG on a Buckeye, Med
ford Lcathcrwood corner, near
Joiintluin Creek, runs S. 31.25 West
1 () feet, to a stake on the North
east side of road; thence with same
South East 522 feet to stake
in road in school yard; thence with
the same North 20.5 East 225 feet
to a stake in Medford Leatherwood
line; thence with his line South
71.35 West 632 feet to the BEGIN
NING. Containing 1.3 acres.
And being what was formerly
known as the Rock Hill School
property in Haywood County.
This the 16th day of April, 1941.
Superintendent of Education,
and Secretary to the Board of
Education of Haywood County.
No, 1065 ApriM7-24-May 1-8
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
On Monday, May 19th, 1941, at
eleven o'clock A. M. at the Court
House door in the town of Waynes
ville, N. C, I will sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder for
cash, the following lands and prem
ises, lying and. being in Clyde
Township, Haywood County, North
Carolina, more particularly de
scribed as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake at the
Northeast intersyection of two
streets at the Southwest corner of
lot No. 244, and runs thence with
the North Margin of a 30-foot
street; N, 88 45' IR 430 feet
crossing an intersecting 30-foot
street to a stake, corner between
lots Nos. 255 and 256; thence with
the line between said lots, N. 1 15"
W. 142 feet to a stake in the out
side . boundary line; thence with
said outside boundary line, three
calls as follows: No. 45 W. 20 feet;
N. 58 15' W. 295 feet; N. 47 30
W. 208 feet to a stake corner be
tween lots Nos. 264 and 265;
thence with the line between said
lots, being the East line of the
property conveyed to A. L. Rob
inson, S. 1' 15' E. 154 feet to a
stake at the street; thence N; 88
45' E. about 52 feet to a point
opposite the Northeast corner of
lot No. 239; thence S. 1 15' E.
crossing a street and running with
the East margin of another street
180 feet to the BEGINNING, be
ing lots Nos. 239 and 255 inclu
sive, and lots Nos. 259 to 264, in
clusive, of the W. II. Rich Farm
as per . survey and plat of J. C.
Hay nes, made July and August
1926 and recorded in Map Book
"D" page 3, Office of the Register
of Deeds of Haywood County.
Sale made pursuant to power of
sale conferred upoh me by virtue
of a certain deed of trust execut
ed by M. A. Chapman and wife,
May Chapman, dated May 5th, 1936,
and recorded in Book 32, page 283,
Record of Deeds of Trust of Hay
wood County, to which reference
is hereby made for all the terms
and conditions of the same.
This April 18th, 1941.
A. T. WARD,
No. 1067 April 24-May 1-8-15.
HEWS and FACTS ... of Siatewtde Interest
of One of North Carolina's
On May 1, 1933, beer was re-legalized in North Carolina. Since that
time, it has paid taxes as follows:
To The State Treasury . ... ...... $6,777,854.76
To North Carolina Counties ..... . 993,750.00
To Our Cities and Towns 377,500.00
This $8,1 49, 1 04.76 total is in addition, of course, to federal taxes
amounting to about $7,000,000. Thousands of new jobs have been cre
ated, moreover, bringing in a new stream of income and a re-vitalization
of trade in North Carolina.
Social Benefits, Too
Important as well are the social results. The American brewing indus
try has promoted a vigilant campaign to protect the public against abuse
in the retail sale of beer a campaign to see that the reputation of tfe
thousands of retailers operating legally and decently is not smeared by
the relatively few who would use a beer license to shield illegal activities.
In the past two years, for example, the North Carolina beer industry's
"Clean Up or Close Up" program has resulted in the elimination of 155
The brewing industry submits this record to you because it takes justi
fiable pride in it. Your support has made the achievements possible;
your continued support will make results even more outstanding!
BREWERS AN D NORTH CAROLINA
BEER DISTRIBUTORS COMMITTEE
rcOEKCD III COOPCKATIOa WITS TES L-1ILU C3 CX3Ti
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