THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1925
THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER EXECUTION.
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At the Depot
Waynesville. N. C.
"STAN! DARD" casoli n e
State of Nortk Carolina, County or
Hiy wood-Superior Court.
W. R. Francis
F. Taylor Hyatt
By virtue of an execution directed
to the undersigned from the Superior
Court of Haywood County, in above
entitled action, I will on Monday, the
6th day of July. 1925, at 11 o'clock
A. M., at the court, house door in the
town of Waynesville, N. C, sell
to the highest bidder for cash to sat
isfy said execution and cost of sale,
all the ritrht, title and interest which
the said K. Taylor Hyatt has in the
following described real estate, situ
ate, lying and bing in Waynesville
and Ivy Hill townships, on the wa
ters of Richland and Jonathan's
Creeks, and bounded as follows :
BEGINNING on a mountain Span
ish oak on top of Jones Knob and
runs N. 71Vi" W. crossing factory
branch at 118 poles, l<t poles to a
chestnut on a ridge; thence up said
ridge 5 calls: S. 58 15' W. 11 poles;
South 50 45' UVa poles to
a chestnut; S. 6i 45' W. 76tt poles to
a mountain Spanish oak; S. 50 W.
274 poles to a chestnut: S. 4ti 45'
W. 63 poles to a chestnut on top of
OM Beld Ton, Smathers' North
View; thence S. 66 E. with Smath
ers' line 80H poles to a locust in a
flat on the mountain; S. 3V4" W. 29
poles, 1 links to a large hemlock
near an old field branch; thence leav
ing boundary S. 85 SO E. 14V4 P'les
to a stake in Smathers' road; thenoe
with said road as it meanders, 11
calls: N. 80 E. 20 poles r 8. 2 E.
82V4 poles to a mountain 77 E. 27
poles to the top of the mountain;
E 14 poles; N. 64" E. 24 pOl"; N.
53' E. 12 poles; N. 60 E. 21 pales;
N. 73" E 18 poles; N. 4o K. 16
poles; S. 82 E. 14poles ; N 7V E.
llhi poles to a stake in J. 1). Hyni'.'s
line; thence with said line N. 4L W.
19 poles to a mountain oakrfm top of
mountain; thence N. 48W E. 13
poles 9 links to a white oak on
top, thence 31V4 E 42H pole.i to the
BEGINNING containing m aw.
more or less.
This the 2nd dav of Jti!i. 192.;.
2July Sheriff Haywood County.
OF SALE UNDER EXECUTION.
North Carolina, Haywood County
In the Superior Court,
Haywood Supply Company
Jesse C. Curtis
Bv virtue of an execution directed
to the undersigned from the Superior
Court of Haywood County, North
Carolina, in the above entitled action,
and other executions now in my
hands, I will, on Monday, the 13th day
of July, 1925, at 12 o'clock M., at the
front door of the court house in the
Town of Waynesville, N. C, sell to
the highrpt bidder for cash, to satisfy
said execi t ion, all the right, title and
interest "-hich the said Jesse C.
Curtis, th ? defendant, has in the fol
lowing ri':i I estate, to wit:
FIRST TRACT : Being Lots Num
bers 154 , 155, 156, 157, 158, 159 and
160. in Block J. of the Brookwood
Addition to the Town of Hazehvood.
Beginning r.t an iron stake, junction
of Brook 1 Cedar Streets, corner of
lot HiO an 1 runs thence with west
margin ot Brook Street, South
11 East 2t5) feet to a stake at P ne
Street; then South 79 West 175 feet
to a '.take, Diner of Lot No 153 in
Pine Street; then North 10' :!0' West
377 feet to a stake, edge of Cedar
Street; thence with Cedar Street North
83 30' E&et Ui4 feet to the lieining.
SECOND TRACT: Beginning at a
stake East side of Balsam Street, cor.
ner of Lots 152 and 153, then with
line between said Lots North o3 30'
East &Vi feet to a stake; North 10
30' West 1O0 feet to a .stake; S' uth
83 .'10' West 165 feet to Balsam
Street; thence South 6 30' East 11)0
fctt to the Beginning, being Lots
Numbers 15! and 152 in Block J.
Brookwood addition of the Town of
THIRD TRACT : Being Lots Num
bers 25 and 26 of Block B, of Brook
wood Place, Beginning on a stake in
the margin of Kentucky Avenue, cor
ner of Lot Number 24, and rus thence
North 2 East with line of Lot Num.
be 24. 165 feet to a stake, corner of
Lot Number 9; then South 88 East
130 feet to a stake, corner of Lot
Number 6; South 2 West 165 feet
to a stake margin ot Kentucky Ave
nue; then North 88 West with margin
of said Kentucky Avenue 130 feet to
J. F. CABE,
Sheriff of Haywood County, N. C.
This the 10th day of June, 1925.
ATE TOO FAST
Wi Ortfnun Took BUck
Dfangfc For Indigestion, and
Says H Could Soon Eat
Ballentlne. 8. C Mr. W. B.
Boukolght, of thla place, gave the
following account of his use ot
"Just after I married 1 had Indi
gnation. Working out, I got In the
habit of eating fast, for which I
oon paid by having a tight, bloated
feeling after meals. This made me
very uncomfortable. I would feel
Btupld and drowsy, didn't feel like
working. I was told It was Indi
gestion. Some one recommended
Black-Draught and I took it after
meals. I soon could aat anything
"I use It for colds and bilious
ness and it will knock out a cold
and carry away the bile better and
quicker than any liver medicine I
hare ever found."
Eating too fast, too much, or
faulty chewing of your food, often
causes discomfort attar meals. A
pinch of Black-Draught, washed
down with a swallow of water, will
help to bring prompt relief. Bloat
ed sensations, eructations, bad
breath and other common symptoms
of Indigestion hare disappeared
after Black-Draught has been taken
tor several days. NC-164
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Via Southern Railway to Washing
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Via Southern Railway to Washing
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29; August 12 and 26; and Septem
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From Atlantic City
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NOTICE OF SERVICE BY PI BLIC
North Carolina, Haywoad County In
the Superior Court.
Robert A. Rhinehart. I
The defendant above named, Robert
A. Rhinehart, will take notice that an
action entitled as above has been com
menced in the Superior Court of Hay
wood County, N. C., for the purpose of
obtaining an absolute divovce fmm the
defendant, and said defendant will
further take notice that he is required
to appear before the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Hay Wood Count-, N.
C., at the court house in Waynesville,
in said Haywood County, on the 29th
day of June, 1925. a-id answer or de
mur to the complaint in said action, or
tro plaintiff will apply for, the relief i
OA'TH-ncea ,n me g ia cuni;i::i..
This Hie 2fit:i day of May, !"?5.
C. A. HAYNES,
Clerk Superior Court Haywi id
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