North Carolina Newspapers

    DECEMBER 17, 1948
PAGE FIVE XTUrfl SetilciJ
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNT ADJEEB
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AD
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dents per word,
cents.
.
3 cents per
j charge 60
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type, 50c
l inch.
be published
sired schedule
tre.
Bents should be
Jley. The Moun
be responsible
ae Incorrect ln-
EMENTS ARE
MCE. Cash most
rs lent by mull.
; in office before
lay before publl
tee to be in want
!
Insert want ad,
700.
i
fS se Haywood
next to Farmers
sheville Road. H.
er, phone 277-M.
.famous NORGE
;EN WASHERS.
service guaran-
tnediale delivery.
rts Electric "o.
. tf
A
JN RCA Radio
ilghtly used. Spe
461, Wayncsville.
1 tf
! 55c per
failed (1st
1 Waynes
Id Hazel-iUTOMA-EATING
JNY, Haz-
Phone
N30-D3-1O-17
vp all din modern
Of the rity liv hav
tflll you a Rnhhins
t Pe rlcs deep or
pump. Ensv terms.
FURNITURE CO.
i tf
ties and groups for
Dining Room Oom
fi for parlies and
atrirk's Restaurant
a. Phone 9163 for
i. tf
if teen 10 to 12
boats: $2000 each
Brendlc Farms. Ral
i D7-10-14-17
heap. General Floe
Bel combination rn
Ctrola. 100 Welch
197-.I. D14-17
h cupboard or eab
l -condition. Ttenon
2104. D14-17
Ised Hotpoint Flee
In. pood condition.
!ric Company.
'" D. 10-14-17
apartment size clec
ators. Immediate do
in Electric Conipanv.
t D. 10-14-17
BELTS All si?es in
TIN ELECTRIC CO.
I tf
rOne 3-room house.
7!i ft frontal Rieh
St below Five Point
rt cash, balance can
Tom Lee.
I D. 10-14-1 7-21
E DAY
t SERVICE
i
d Auto Radios
i
rEED SERVICE
and Delivery
-also
t Service
on
srators
Appliances
c Ranges
ONE 772
Appliance
rvice
Beyd Furniture
HOT WATER HEATERS
Table Top Models
MRMItS I Ml! N4 1 MM
ROOMS FOR KKNT $7
week for one $ 00 and $n tu) pt t
week per per-,,11 lr n,,- m one
room. ltw aad.d,le. Let ,.
Hotel.
JAMES W. REED, JR.
INSTITUTIONAL fURNlTURt.
Contfan mpjjiim t r,,,lb m tl)i
courts, hot,itai. lejlauraiiti iuri.,n,t
houses srd offu-n. Bejru.ni tnnlu.
box Sun.iQS anj iMstt,tasei, i,6,
oun(ie furniture, residuum ifqu,pmil
Layouts End designing seiyue
PHONES 637 or S38 W
Showroom
Lobby Hotel Waynesville
SPORTSMEN - The finest )un,n
good? in Wayne villi ai e old at
Rogers Electiic Co. Phone 4lil.
If
AUTO GLASS in: l.illi d In ,.;.Mn.
eneed men. Lain- (01 k ul .M.i
and door parts. Prompt . , r
Twin ily Cla , , S.-niee. ,m
LeEaine Hotel. I'luuie CD. 11
Latest Records.
Radios
Radio and Phonograph.
Electric Irons and Toasters.
Musical Instruments.
Sheet Music.
Radio Repair Service.
Jones Radio and
Music Co.
76 Main St.
Wayncsville
CONCRETE HEOCKS X- CEMENT
EOR SALE Di-liveied. .,1 at
Hays Block I'lanl. Franklin. N C.
Call 201, Franklin, or IdKt, llii'li
lands. tl
mil.LDOZEH & SHOVEL tt'OKK
Grading of all kinds. IVny
M. Alexander Con I. Co, Dial
A: heville 2-I2C4. N. 12 I), 31
WELLS DRILLETD
V;,lel Wrlls u M'liillj
K..rm- Hun..-- p. .ire
1 n YfHlii' l.i. i'. 'li in e
GREEN BROS.
VEIJ.-DRILI.lN(i CO.
Rl. .3, Cantcin. N. ('.. PH. l anlun J)?0
FOR SAL E -Full Med i'n I - hif
cle. :':. Earw l.il.lne- ib.ll
can ia;'e, E4. Kl.lille roup. I
ciih and niallie- -, SI I Call 7i,:i .1.
1 1
SPECIAL: III EliV 111 IUIV
C; 1 11 r.'ll Elecll le a llllin I 'leaner-.
iv;iiI:ii . IM !1 .. i d
sale. $2!l Ho" 1 - I-.I.m Ii h- C.
Phone 461. Main Sim I. II
FOR SAEE: New and used
furniture. Lots of used
furniture. Special New Ar-
in irons was $10.95, now
$7.95. Plenty of tricycles,
nil sizes. Rargnin Day is
every day at (lie JUSTICE
FURNITURE STOKE. De
pot St., Phone 5(i7.
FOR SALE l .d E I! K ) 1 DAI I! E.
in enoil coiidilion. Mailin Ele -I
rie Coni)iuiv . D. 1 0-1 I-1 1
FOR SAF.E - I !H(i Ford I ! ton
truck, new molor. pood iiieilian
ieal coiidilion. Can In seen id
Doll & Jones Service Slalioii 011
Main St. f
LOST Red billfold. Salurda'.
niebt. ( (inl.iinin;: Social Secur
ity card, pictures. Finder call
.r24-M. ' HI"
SOY MEAN HAY KOI! SLE S e
M. I. iKurpi Slienill, liethel or
G McCraeken, Wam ille. III.
1 1)17-21
CHOICE RED. WHITE AND HI. I E
GRAPE COLLECTION consist
ing of 2 Sweet Red I.iilie. 2 Pop
ular White Niat'.ira and 2 New
Blue Fredonia -All Six 2-war-Vines
-Special Oiler No. 71-8
$3 25 Postpaid. Write for Free
48-Pape Planting Guide ollered
by Virginia's Latest Gniwci-. of
Fruit Trees. Berry Plant ;, Nut
Trees and Ornamental Plant Ma
terial. Salespeople wanted.
Waynesboro Nurseries, Waynes
boro. Virginia. 1)17 j
FOR SAI.E-'2-wheel Trailer com-
plete. 700-16 Tires. SI2aOO. tail
590-W. D17
SAIlY'j SAUIfS
"t
"sfuriy, we haven't any $100
tours. Vhy hoc go anj see a
tiavel movie?"
Clyde School P.-T.A.
iroiip Holds Meeting
1 cuilier meeting of ihe
CI ,le
l.:i Jell .1.
litlilllill lull (
Mi Leu
pi 1 ' ided hut
I'.n eiit-Teachfti- Mi
lield in the schoul
terday afternoon.
Morgan, pre-iilenl ,
I he meeting.
Mil!
Pi. 1
H I P,.i ljn ele, 24" $20.
sS-3-J. D 17-21
I h II", 1, 1 1 'EN ED Oiaiges or grape
Eioi Dollai a Inishel. You pay
t m s Orange lilossoni Honey
in h.ili and jiiiuiid jios or 2iv
anil 1 111 tins Expressahle with
1 1 ml :if,e II), "I'h,. Taste Tells'.
Bent lev's Groves, Winter Haven,
Ma. D17-21-24
1 r 1 1
onlJ124's!
THE MAYTAG
CHIEFTAIN. Easy
terms )tberal
trade-in. Come io
today.
MARTIN ELECTRIC CO.
Phone. 31 Main Street
EOR S I.E Healer. iWarin Morn
ing tvpc '. Iii good condition. Will
sell reasonable. Call or see Don
a'd Morrow, Claudette Beauty
Shop. 1)17
'III T SI GGESTION Now taking
spi'cial oiileis lor hulter mints,
p.ukiil a-sorted or solid colors
in Chrislmas gilt boxes. $1.00
J ' 1 ' 1 ' pound. Call Mrs. .1. C. Jen
nings. :u 1; IE 1)17-21
NOTICE Ol SI MMONS AND
WAItKI NT OF ATTACHMENT
I mi: SI PI ItlOlt COURT
NOIITII CAIIOL1NA,
HAYWOOD COUNTY.
IIA.EL A R 111 NCiTON WRIGHT
- S
V KHNONA A FIS( US. CARROLL
III 1(1) and OK 1.1 E A. WRIGHT.
Veiiiona A. Eiseus. Carroll A.
Iluiil and Oilie A. Wright, the de
li iiilanis above iiioned. will take
em :i ,. t hat an ai 1 ion enl it led as
.ihnve h i- bei 11 eolilllleliced ill the
1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 ( hi. 1 I ol H.ivvMiiid ( oil 11
I , North C.ti ohiia. lor t he sum
. si. 077 .1)0, due the plaintiff by
I In- deli miaul- under ii contract
Mlicubv plainlill was to .support,
iieiini.iiii iiinl care tor defendants'
l.iilui and mother lor the balance
ul their live., which Ihe plaintiff
I l.niii , : he has done, and Ihe de
I , -1 : 1 1 .-1 1 , 1 . 11 he ed to comply with
1 1 11 ,1 j 1,1 1 1 ul 1 he 1, nil ad and are
li.ihle lo ihe plaintiff for their pro
pel 1 10n.de pai t for said support,
iii. iiiieii.inee and care and atten
tion; ami 1 111 1 Ju l for their propor
tionate pail ol burial expenses
made lr Ihe plaintiff for W. L. Ar
iingloii ami wile, Laura Arrington.
Saul ilileiidants will also take
lailici Hi. it lliev are reipiired lo be
and ap,,! ;,r at tin- Ollii e of the
( leik ul lln Superior Court of
Haw. nod ( oiiiily, in Waynesville,
on 01 In Ion Ihe Tith day of Janu
.ii'., 104!). or within twenty (20)
day- Hieieallrr. and answer or de
mur to the complaint of Hie plalnt-
II 01 the plaihiilT will apply lo the
1,, mil tin' Hie renei inerein ue
i iiiandi'd.
i Said defendants will further take
mil n o I h;il in said action a war
i.'iiil ai'iiinst the property of said
ilelend. mis has been issuefi and
the billowing property attached:
BEGINNING on a slake in the
Ej'l boundary line of H. B. Plott
land, and on the Southwest side of
the public road, and runs with said
line South I 1 2 (iegres West 30V
poles lo a slake, said Plolt's South-a-l
corner; thence East 105 poles
to a hickory near top of Horse
: liidre; thence down said ridge
North :"2 poles to a stakp on said
'ridge: thence North 21't degrees
Wi si 70 poles to a chestnut oak on
i Wesl side of said ridge; thence
North Hi degrees West 137 poles
lo a prucc pine stump in the R.
road track survey; thence South 87
degrees West 12 poles to a stake;
thence North 47 poles to a bead
wood on Southwest bank of public
road, and on East bank of a small
branch; thence North 76 degrees
West. W-i poles to the BEGIN
NING, containing 116 acres, more
or less.
EXCEPTING AND RESERVING
from said tract of land any por
tions included in the conveyance
to the two sons of W. L. Arrington
and wife. Laura Arrington, hereto
fore made.
Being the same tract of land
conveyed in a deed from John Ar
rington and wife, Rachel Arring
ton, to W. L. Arrington, dated Sep
tember 24, 1881, and recorded in
Book "P ", at page 72.
And said warrant of attachment
is returnable before the undersign
ed Clerk of the Superior Court at
his office in said County on the 5th
day of January, 1949.
This the 2nd day of December,'
1948.
DIXIE CAMPBELL
Asst. Clerk Superior Court
1805 D3-10-17-24
Farm Questions
and Answers
(Compiled by Extension Service
at State College)
Question: What is the recom
mended treatment for ringworm on
cattle0
Answer: The usual herdsman's
method is to apply tincture of
iodine to the affei ted parts. It
should be used each day for sev
eral days in a row, but rare should
be taken not to get the iodine into
the eyes of the animal. The herds
man, too, needs to be on guard
against infection. The best way to
do this is to wear gloves during the
treatment.
Question: I do not have any sil
age for this winter but I have plen
ty of grain and good alfalfa hay.
What would tie a proper feeding
program for a dairy herd?
Answer: If you have plenty of
alfalfa bay your dairy herd feed
ing problem is an easy one to
solve. Almost any grain or grain
mixture such as corn or oats will
balance the rations for both milk
ing cows and growing heifers. Just
lo make sure that your herd is get
tin gcnougli phosphorus, it might
be a good idea to tidd 100 to 150
pounds of wheat bran lo a 1.000
pound mixture of corn and oats.
THE OLD HOME TOWN
By STANLEY
thin. U I mm M
"X i TELL VOU---YOUVe SOT
I 1 t TO FAIO ANOTHET5 PLACE ) J
jlp iii!-? w..Tr. H .7
Question: Wharf will happen if I
plant some second generation hy
brid corn seed?
Answer: You'll be cheating your
self. It is the nature of hybrids to
break up in the second generation,
and a big drop in yield always re
sults. The decline in yield of both
ears and fodder may run Trorn 15
to 80 per cent. The only safe and
sensible thing to do Is lo use only
first genet al ion seed.
The inside of a smooth gold vase
appears much richer in color than
the outside.
SHOE lllll l FOILED
ST. LOUIS (ll.P)-The thief
who stole five sample eases from
Hie auto of Edwin J. Fiiemutli,
shoe salesman, didn't get much, as
is usual in such thefts. There were
117 shoes, all for the right foot.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
IN Sl'PERlOK COURT
NORTH CAROLINA
HAYWOOD COUNTY
HAYWOOD COUNTY s
vs
W. A. BAND, if alive, and wife, if
any, and if dead, bis heirs at law,
by whatever name and names they
may be known, and the Town of
Wayncsville, A municipal Corpora
tion. The defendants. W. A. "Band, if
alive, and wife, if any, and if dead,
his heirs at law, if any, by what
ever name and mimes they may be
known, will take notice that an ac
tion entitled as above has been
commenced in the Superior Court
of Haywood County, North Caro
lina, for the purpose of foreclos
ing tax liens for taxes levied and
assi'ssed against real estate in
Haywood County and due and ow
ing to Haywood County; and said
defendants will further take no
tice that they arc required to be
and appear al the Office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of
Haywood County al the court
house in Wayncsville, North Car
olina, on or before the 15th day of
January, 194U, or within thirty (30)
davs thereafter, and answer or de
mur lo the complaint of the plain
till' filed herein or the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for the re
lief demanded in its complaint.
This the 14th day of December!
19411.
DIXIE CAMPBELL
Ass't Clerk Superior Court.
1HI 1- D17-24-31-.I7
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE
Having qualified as Executors of
the estate of G. R. Ferguson de
ceased, late of Haywood County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned t Clyde,
Rt. 1, North Carolina, on or before
the 81 h day Of December, 1949 or
this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please
make immediate payment.
This the 8th day of December,
1948.
JACK FERGUSON,
SAM FERGUSON,
Executors of the Estate of
G. R. Ferguson, deceased
1809 Dec. 10-17-24-31 Jan. 7-14
EXECUTRIX NOTICE
The undersigned, having quali
fied as Executrix of the estate of
R. C. Jones, deceased, all persons
having claims against said estate
are hereby not lied to file, same duly
verified, with the undersigned, Mrs.
Elizabeth Carr, Clyde, N. C, on or
before November 19, 1949, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
recovery thereon, and all persop
Indebted to said estate will please
pay -the same to the undersigned
forthwith.
This November 19, 1948.
ELIZABETH CARR, Executrix,
R. C. Jones Estate.
1 79li N 1O-26-D3-10-1 7-24
KmCE OF COMMISSIONER'S
SALE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
NORTH CAROLINA.
HAYWOOD COUNTY.
11 AY WOOD COUNTY.
vs.
A. E. KELLA.M, if alive, or, if
dead, his heirs at law and hts
wife, if any, by whatever name
she may be known.
Under, by virtue of and pursuant
to an order and judgment of the
Superior Court of Haywood Coun
ty, North Carolina, dated the 29
day of November, 1948, in the
above entitled action, I, the under
signed Commissioner, will on the
3rd day of January, 1949, at 11
o'clock A M., at the Court House
door, in the Town of Waynesville,
Haywood County, North Carolina,
sell to the highest bidder for cash,
subject to the confirmation of the
Court, Ihe following described
larids and premises, to-wit:
Lying and being in Haywood
County, North Carolina, and more
particularly described as follows.
A certain lot or parcel of land,
situate in Town of Southern As
sembly, Haywood County, North
Carolina, fully described in "The
Index Map of the land of the South
ern Assembly," as Lots Nos! 21, 22,
23, and 24, Block 1, which map is
recorded in the office of the Regis
ter of Deeds of Haywood County
in Record of Maps No. A, page
1, 3, 5, 7 to which record refer
ence is hereby made for a more
perfect description of the lands
and premises herein conveyed.
Being the same land conveyed
by Southern Assembly to A. E.
Kellman by deed dated the 22nd
day of September, 1913, and re
corded in Deed Book 37, page 111,
Office of the Register of Deeds for
Haywood County, North Carolina.
This the 1st day of December,
1948.
M. G. STAMEY,
Commissioner of the Court
1808 Dec 10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF SUMMONS AND
WARRENT OF ATTACHMENT
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
NORTH CAROLINA,
HAYWOOD COUNTY.
HAZEL ARRINGTON WRIGHT
vs .
VERNONA A. FISCUS, CARROLL
A. HURD and ORLIE A. WRIGHT,
Vernona A. Fiscus, Carroll A.
Hurd and Orlle A. Wright, the de
fendants above named, will take
notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in
the Superior Curt of Haywood
County, North Carolina, for the
sum of $:iu55.0(j, due the plaintiff
by the ietew6unts inder a ontrat t y
with the defendant whereby U ,
plaintiff made uecesaary .iBiprove..
ments, repairs and upkeep lo Uk
land and premises hereinafter de-;
scribed on lands as tenants la
common, and their proportionate .
part of Mid improvement, repair '
and up-keep to said land pt the
defendants.
Said defendants will also take
notice that they are required to be
and appear at the off tee of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of
Haywood County, in Waynesville,
on or before the 5th day of Janu
ary, 1949, or within twenty (20
days thereafter, and answer or de
mur to the complaint of the plaint
iff, or the plaintiff will apply to
the court for the relief therein de-.
manded.
Said defendants will further take,
notice that in said action a warrant
of attachment against the property
of said defendants has been issued
and the following property attach-,
ed:
BEGINNING on a stake in the
East boundary line of H. B. Plott
land, and on the Southwest aide of
the public road, and runs with said,
line South Vi degrees West 307
poles to a stake, said Plotts South
east corner; thence East 105 poles
to a hickory near top of .Horse.
Ridge; thence down said ridge
North 32 poles to a stake on said
ridge; thence North 21 Vi degrees
West 76 poles to a chestnut oak on
West side of said ridge; thence
North 16 degrees West 137 poles
to a spruqe pine stump in the R.
road track survey; thence South
87 degrees West 12 poles to a stake;
thence North 47 poles to a bead
wood on Southwest bank of public
road, and on East bank of a small
branch; thence North 76 degrees
West, 14Mi poles to the BEGIN
NING, containing 116 acres, more
or loss.
EXCEPTING AND RESERVING
from said tract of land any portions
included in the conveyance to the
two sons of W. L. Arrington and
wife, Laura Arrington, heretofore
made.
Being the same tract ot land con
veyed in a deed from John Arling
ton and wife, Rachel Arrington. to
W. L. Arrington, dated September
24, 1881, and recorded in Book "P",
at page 72.
And said warrant of attachment
is returnable before, the under
signed Clerk of the Superior Court
at his office in said County on the
5th day of January, 1949.
This the 2nd day of December,
1948.
DIXIE CAMPBELL
Asst. Clerk Superior Court.
1806-D3-10-17-24
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