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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Tll Little Rock,
ji, fairly well.
Lib. v . li.l.
-Tl f (ilvde,
LWtfT of Canton'
M rT.fc better. "
rTT Sutton, of
Pe, is ir.prov-
IrT of Canton,
piton. of Canton,
L'b resting more
lit Allison, of Waynes-
lBurgin, of Waynes-
nttcase, w wijw...
rthl of Waynes
, J, medical case, is
route 2, operative case, is better, j
Ed Wooten, of Waynesville,
medical tase, is improving.
Carl Turner, of Candler, oper
ative case, is better.
Miss Joann Owen, of Canton,
operative case, is more comfort-
bie. ; V,
Miss Audrey Sanford, of Clyde,
route 1, operative case, is improv
Trunk Painter, of Wavnesville.
medical case, is resting more com
Miss Betty Joe Allen, of Canton,
I operative case, is improving.
Miaa Betty Sue Allen, of route
1, operative case, is resting better.
Oradv Linsland. of Canton, med
ical case, is much improved.
(As Recorded to Monday Noon
Of Tkit Week)
Carter E. Taylor, et ux, to George
W. Early, et ux.
J. M. Wells, et ux. et aL to C. B.
Wells, et ux.
C. B. Wells, et ux, et al, to J. M.
Wells, ot. nx
J. M. Wells, et ux, et al, to W.
W. Wells, et ux.
Fred C. Mehaffey to J. L. Hall,
Lula Smathers to Van C. S.
Smathers. et ux.
Dr. W. C. Johnson, at ux, to L.
TT. Hartahnm. it iiy
Champion Paper and Fibre Com
pany to H. A. Helder, et ux.
J. M. Burnett, et ux. et aL to M.
E. Burnett, et ux.
J. H. Rhodarmer, et ux, et al. to
Georee A. Hume, et ux, to Can-
East Fork Township
Jeannette Murphy to J. A. Pos-
W. W. Pressley, et ux, to H. F.
T)oe Burruss. of Canton, route 2,
operative case, is resting more
Miaa Lucile Warren, of Way,
nesville, medical case, is in a seri
Mrs. T. S. Smith, of Canton, op
erative case, is improving.
Marv Ethel Williams, of
Waynesville, medical case, is rest
ing more comlortaDiy.
Miaa Roberta Lanning. of Can
ton, operative case, is fairly com
Homer Trantham. Miss Louise
Reed, Stanley Reed, Odie Fish,
David Roberts, Miss Mable Wil
liams. Mrs. Wavne Smathers.
Also Mrs. Woodrow Davis and
baby, Mrs. Victor Glass and baby,
Mrs. Horace Mehaffey, Mrs. Tom
Johnson, Mrs. Carl Turner and
habv. Walter Alexander. Mrs. M.
M. Kirkpatrick and baby, Patricia
Kirkoa trick. Miss Harriet Quulan.
Edward Davis, Mrs. Hobart Bur
nette and baby, Mrs. John Phillips,
Bab$ Mitchell Cagle, Miss Eva
Khinehart, ana t,ee ureen.
ton ol joe Bum, x
lentive case, is gooa.
Shomolis, of Canton,
RnKw Clarence Edward Smith
of Hazelwood, medical case, is only
Ulified as administra
L.t of Lee Ferguson,
lte of the County of
S'orth Carolina, this is
H persons having claims
i ctute of said deceas
ikitthem to the under-
Cute No. 1, Clyde, North
L or before the 81st
ly, 1942, or this notice
ltd in bar of their re
ill persons indebted to
will please make im
lynent. I Slit day of May, 1941.
k a FERGUSON,
liitrttor of the Estate of
Theodore Nelson, (colored), of
Waynesville, medical case, is in a
i kice Laxative
ratlins fresh prune
1 1 HinitifiullT hnnnh
MM of prune Jake and
A fortified with phenol-
i uom we thrM tilings
t relieve constipation,
vte Matter, lubricates
oul, gently stimulates
unties whose actios is
p- rraaol also helps r
pu muscular strength.
"ides relief or your
refunded. For children,
others and elderly
in two sixes, 60
4"" m lunatees p
Among those discharged from
the Haywood County Hospital
the nast week were: Mrs.
Hrvrare Johnson. Wilson Putman,
Master Dick Turner, Mrs. Ralph
Turner, Mrs. Lee Evans, Mrs. W.
n ttfJJI. . Ttat-Vtava too n
,.L. KlllillH. irilSB iiaiuniM wvwii
Warren, E. C. Broyle, Mrs. Paul
Wheeler and baby, Mrs. W. S. Bai
entine and baby, Mrs. Richard
Roberts and baby.
Also Miss Joan Burnett, miss
MovoMf Whiaenhunt. Roy Ruff,
i'i ' ' ' -
Mrs. David Flynn, Mrs. Sam Rath
bone, Mrs. Zeb Woody, Mrs. Frank
Mease, Miss Joann Pritchard, Miss
M.,MKt. HarkinS. . vireej wu-
liams, Mrs. Chas. Price and baby,
Miss Martha Grasty, Miss jocque
lin Miller, Mrs; Chas. Henderson
Bill Plemmons, Ernestine and Cath-
erine Dalton, (coioreaj, mrs
Vaughn Carver and baby, Mrs
Mr. arwl Mrs. Hobart Burnette.
of Waynesville, route 2, announce
the birth of a daughter on June the
Mr anil Mra. Jethro Gibson, of
Waynesville, announce the birth of
a daughter on June the 25th.
Mr, and Mrs. Joe BobAllen, of
Canton, announce the birth of a
daughter on June the 25th.
Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Leather
wood, of Waynesville, announce
the birth of a daughter on June the
Mr and Mrs. Ernest Laney. of
Waynesville, announce the birth of
a son on June the autn.
Mr na Mrs. A. L. Ensley. or
Waynesville, route 2, announce the
birth of a son on June me sum.
Mr and Mrs. Bab Ledbetter, ol
Canton, route 1, announce the birth
of a son on July the 1st.
to spend a
Ft snmmer dav in
P basement wash-
it any more
' ould. Besides,
er and cheap.
NOTICE OF BOND ORDINANCE
Tio it ordained by the uoara oi
Aldermen of the Town of Waynes
ville. as follows:
1 Rnnda of the town shall be
issued to the maximum aggregate
-ioi omniint of S153.000 for the
purpose of refunding, by way of
exchange, tne ioiiowhir ..
standing bonded indebtedness of
the town, namely: , "." .
$24,000 5V4 water bonds dated
tit i 1Q97 due S 1000 on July 1, in
each of the years 1941 to 1964 in
clusive. , , , , .
$76,000 6 Water bonds dated
July 1, 1926, due July 1, $2000 in
each of the years 194X to ivoo in
clusive, $3000 in each ol tne years
1954 to 1958 inclusive and $5000 in
each of the years 1959 to 1965 in
clusive. . , . .
ffonno k. Water bonds dated
UWV V v
September 1, 1915, due September
' $20,000 5 Water and sewer
bonds dated Apni i, ivt uuc
A It 1 1QjI1
$24,860 6 Water bonds dated
August 1, 1922, due $2000 on Au
gust 1, in each of the years 1940
o nnn Kmc. Wafer WOrKS DOnQS
dated April 1, 1911, due April 1,
2. A statement of the debt of
the town has been filed with the
Clerk and is open to puhiic inspec
UOIl. ..... ......
o rm,:. finance ahall taKe eneci
upon its passage, and shall not be
submitted to the voters.
The foregoing ordinance iwas
passed on the 15th day of May,
1941, and was first published on the
26th day of June, 1941.
Any action or proceeding ques-
v .oiiditv of said ordi-
nance must be commenced within
thirty days after its first publica-
ti0n' HEDWIG A. LOVE
No. 1079 June 26-July 3
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT.
EMMA HYATT CROOM,
tamm i.. rTtnoM.
UJilkUU M "
f ha defendant. James L. Croom
will take notice that an action en
titled as above has been commen
In t,i 55nnerior Court of Hay
wood County, North Carolina, to
obtain an absolute divorce; me saia
defendant will further take notice
that he is required to appear at
the office of the Cleric or xne ou
i rM,r nf aaid County wnn
i tiiirtw davs after the 18th day of
July, 1941, and answer or demur to
the complaint in saia acno,
plantiff will apply to the court for
.. . i- M A-.niAaA in aaid Colli.
trie reuejL ucuicmtu ...
This June 18th, 1941.
Asst. Clerk Superior Court, Hay-
Pnimtv N. C.
No. 1082 June Z6-Juiy a-iu-n
NOTICE OF RES ALB
tt.j.. itsa htj virtue of uti order
of resale of the Superior Court of
Haywood County, made m the
Special proceeding enuueu .
t- it A Hminiatrfttor of Celia
Burnett, deceased, vs. Cora Uur-
nett King, et al.," tne
No 140 on the Special rroceeuius
Docket of said Court, the under
signed Commissioner will, on Mon
day, July I4tn, .
..-.,-.1. ... at the Courthouse
door in Waynesville, N. C, offer for
gale to the highest maaer iur
that certain tract of land lying .nd
i.s- i vt Fork Township,
Haywood County, N. C, adjoining
the lands of V. n. riess auu
and more particularly described as
BEGINNING on a wainui. u
Eas bank of Pisgah Creek at a
i . thonm ninninir a Soutn-
east course up a ridge 20 jioles
more or less, to a stake m the old
i: Tooqc ivester: tnence n. v
11I1C Vi . . n
E 40 poles, more or less, to a
stake in D. H. Pless' line on top of
a ridge: thence down saia iiuge
in renter of PlSjrah
tO BLaxvc ... : -
Creek; thence down the center of
said creek as n U"H'
BEGINNING, containing TWEN
TY-FIVE AUKtS, more u o.
This June Zotn, ix. .
No. 1085 July 3-10.
Willie W. Fore, et ux, to Paul
Rushman, et ux.
Clifton Moore, et ux, to Farmer
Rogers, et ux.
W. G. Byers, et ux, to Johnnie
Cuddeback, et ux.
J. R. Morgan, et ux, to Eugene
Hugh Jolly, et ux, to D. Reeves
Keif er Moody by guardian, to
D. Reeves Noland.
Holiness Revival Services
Attracting Large Numbers
Tha awond week of the revival
services of the Congregational
church on Smathers street is now
underway with the Rev. Joe Daniel,
of Rutherfordton, preaching. Mr.
and Mrs. Taft Crawford, of Can
ton, Miss Lucy Head, of Waynes
ville, and others are assisting with
the music The public is cordially
invited to join the large 'crowds
attending the services each even
KEEPING SAFE A BATCH OF
r)F.f!ArTJR Itid. For twenty
years a locked safe, its combina
tion forgotten, stood in the Adams
County court house.
Curiosity finally overcame coun
ty officials and they called in a
lock expert. A crowd gathered
as he opened the door.
The safe was empty.
A Georgia man put gasoline in
a wood store. It made a nice Are.
So did his home.
F O R
THE LAW REQUIRES THAT WE
ADVERTISE and SELL
All Property On Which 1940 Taxes Have Not Been Paid.
The Names Of All Delinquent Taxpayers Will Be Published
And Sold On 1st Monday In September
Notice is also given that we will garnishee and levy on all
personal property on which taxes are due ,
J. E. FERGUSON,
4 TAX COLLECTOR AND TAX SUPERVISOR OF HAYWOOD COUNTY s : ; , . .
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