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' J V . : 'J .: . -. ' . : . : ... 1 . :t -: ' . " - :. " ' ' - ' ' " ' ' I v ' - - . - - ' STATE OF XORTH CAKOLLtfA, V: muni ui ncuuciouu In. the -Superior Court, . ' Jamuary Term, 1914. Y . x - iMannie J. Aiytcneu, :-. , . . . vs. - , John W. Mytchell. I , Notice of Service of Sumona by Pub- ... ... ... lication. ... The defendant above named will take notice that an action entitled as above ' has been commenced in the Superior , court of Henderson county,, North Car olina,' to dissolve the bonds of matri- mony existing between the plaintiff j and defendant; and for a decree for an absolute divorce because of fornica tion and adultery on the part-of -th a' defendant, and the said defendant will further take notice that he is 'required to appear at the term of the Superior court of said county to be held on the eighth Monday before the first Monday in March, A. D. 1914, namely the 5th day of January, . 3 914, at the court house of said county in Henderson- viile, North Carolina, and answer or ' ULUIUI LU Lllc d'myiaiut, iu ooiu avuuu, cr the plaintiff will apply to the, court for the relief demanded in said com plaint. : . C. M. PACE, ' C. S. C of Henderson County. By Clauda M. Pace, " Deputy C. S- C. Henderson County. J. F. Justice and Michael Schenck, ll-20-6tc Attorneys for Plaintiff NOTICE OF LAND SALE. Whereas on the 6th day of May, 191 u. C. E. Roper, and C. E. Roper, Executor of F. A. Roper, L. K. Roper and Wife Julia Roper, executed a deed in trust to the undersigned Trustee to. secure a debt in the sum of $3,200.00 whicn ; Deed in Trust is of record in Book 2b at page 244 of the records of Mort gages and Deeds in Trust for Hender son County; and whereas default has been made in the payment of said debt and whereas the cestui que trust- ent have called upon "the undersigned to sell the land hereinafter described fcr the purpose of satisfying said debt with interest, cost and expenses; Now Therefore, by virtue of the pow er contained in said Deed in Trust, the undersigned will on Monday ths 29th day of December, 1913, at 12 o'clock M., offer for sale at public out cry, at the Court House door of Hen derson County, to, the hightest bidder, i v . j lar. casn an me lanas conveyea cy f iiiiiii. mm II. are foir W said Deed in Trust, which are bounded and described as follows: y No. 1. Known as the Grumky tract; fully described in a deed from'.Emma Drayton Gjumky to A. Roper, re corded in Book 50 at page 21 of tho records of deeds for Henderson Coun ty, containing' about 200 acres, and being the tract upon .which is located the Roper residence and hotel.' . No 22.' Known as the Kate Waites tract, fully; described in a deed from Kate Waites to F. A.; Roper, recorded in Book 56 at page 63a of the records, containing 111 acres more or less from which has been sold off about 41 acres to Owenby and 15 acres to W. C. Roper. r v h No. 3. Known as the King land fullv described in deed from G. K Iing to F. A, Roper, recorded in Book 150 at page 96 of said records, containing US acres from. which has been sold off 10 acres to Dave Hunt. , No. 4. - Known as the DeSaussur2 land fully described in a deed from Martha DeSassure to F. A. Roper, re corded in Book 57 at page 456 of said records, containing 34 acres,' from which has been sold off 14 acres 'to Henrj'- Simmon. No. 5. Known as the G. K. King lands fully described in a deed from G. K. King to F. A. Roper, recorded in Dook 60 at page 115 of said record?, containing 18 acres. This the 26th of November, 1913. W. A. SMITH, ll-27-5tc. Trustee. i NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. Whereas on the 22d day of Decem ber, 1911, J. P. Israel and wife Anua bel Israel, executed to the Wanteski Trust & Banking company, a mortgage on the lands hereinafter described to spcure a note for $1,000.00, of even date of said mortgage, which note be came due and. payable twelve months from date of same and which mort- mortgage.is duly recorded in the offieq of the Register of Deeds for Hendei- son county, in Mortgage Book No. 33 at page 67; and whereas default has been made in the payment of said note; and whereas the undersigned. First Bank & Trust company is the successor of the Wanteska Trust & Banking company and is now the own er of said note and mortgage, therefore by virtue of the power contained in said mortgage, the undersigned will on January 5th, 1914, at 1 o'clock P. M., at the court house door of Hender- Your State and County j j J l4 Now coJilecicioini, 51 D1 Henderson County Tax Collector son 'county, offer for sale at public ' outcry," to the highest bidder for cash; all the lands conveyed by' said mort gage, or so muchl thereof as ' may be I necessary to satisfy said note with in terestcost and, expenses, which lands are bounded and described, aV follows: Situate in the township of Henderson ville, county, of Henderson" and State ot North Carolina:- , : 1 -Tract One, "? Lots 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 11 and 13 of the Overlook property, aiT surveyed and subdivided by S. J. Justice, civil engineer, as shown on plat made by said S. J. Justice, record ed in the office of the Register of Deeds for Henderson county in' Book. 61' at page 208 of the records of deeds for said county to which reference is here by made. . Tract TwpV . That tract of land con veyed by T, G. Barker and'' wife" to" J. j PI Israel- and described "as follows: ' j Beginning at a stake, the North East i corner of a 6 3-4 acre tract sold by I Theodore G. Barker and wife to Anna bel Israel, in the original Barker and M S. McDo weir line, and runs with said line.. South 46 1-2 degi East 26 poles to a stake and pointers; thenco South 45 deg. West 43 poles to a stake on the South bank of Bats -Fork canal; tUence up said canal South 64 deg. East 15 poles to a stake; thence Sout.i 45 deg. West 25 1-2 poles to a stake on the North bank of Mud Creek canal; thence down the canal North 44 1-2 deg. West 40 poles and 20 links to An nabel's line; thence with her 'line? North 45 deg. East poles to the be ginning; containing 12 acres and 25 poles more or less. , Tract Three. That tract of land de scribed in deed from S. J. Justice, Com missioner to Dovie L. Israel, as record ed in Book 36 at page 192 of the re cords of deeds for Henderson county ard more particularly described as follows: Lying on the East side of Clear Creek road, adjoining the lands of Major Barker, R. I. Grant, et al, be ginning at a small red oak corner of lets No. 19 and 20, conveyed to R. I. Grant and runs vith the line of lot No. 20, South 42 1-2 deg. West 36 poles lo a stake in Major Barker's line; thenco with his -line North 46 1-2 deg. West 64 poles to a stake in the Clear Creek road; thence with said road North 64 deg. West 45 poles to a stake in th3 forks of the road; thence South 40 deg. East 18 poles to the beginning, con taining 13 7-8 acres more or less. V IIMJiP i)IMM T - V ' 4 M W ' Duel Tract Four. That tract of "land de- substantial county will be formed only: scribed in deed from Theodore' G. Bar- ' after careful consideration of the park ker and wife to Annabel! Israel, as re- j plan from all angles. The tentative corde'd inBook 44 "at page 364 of the opposition is "but tentative, as its pro records of deeds for Henderson county, ponents would and more particularly described as foK .liaye looked at the .subject from one , lows; ."',.':.;' , I- ' ! " angle; -they intend torsee it from all; Beginning at a stake in Clear Creei! viewpoints before making up:their . road, in the center of the Long, bridge minds; ' Very' naturally at firgt glanc and running: with said road as follows: North 13 1-2 deg. East 4 1-2 poles to a stake; thence North 65 deg. Jast 16 poles to a stake; thence North 22 ,1 atr TT'o of 1fi nrvlc fn tt. stake thence North 45 1-2 deg East 10 poles to a; cfalrp? thence North 65 des:. East 26 1-2 poles to a stake in T. G. Bark- eventual acquirement ; '" ;.'-' ' ei's line J. P. Israel's corner; "thence j Now as a matter Of fact, it is stated, vith - Israel's line South 46 1-2 cfeg. the Gloucester boundary is not includ East 36 1-3 poles to a stake in. said cd in this area and it is said to repre line; thence South 45 deg.. West 44 : sent $1,500 of the $2,500 taxes,, so that poles to a stake in Mud Creek canal; ;tho loss of taxes to the county would thence down . said canal North- 44 1-2 be $1000 only .Transylvania is not go deg. West 25 1-2 poles to thevbegin- Ing to allow $l,66o to close' its eyes to ning, containing 15 acres. the enormous benefit a national, park Tract Five. That tract of land de- j vould mean to all its people. A ha scribed in ardeed Vrom Theodore C:. onal park means thousands of more Barker and wife to Annabel Israel, as visitors than now come ito the county recorded in Book 53 at page 516 of the records of deeds for Henderson county and more particularly described as fol- Ioms: . ' . Beginning at" a stake the South East corner of a 15 acre tract of land conveyed by the party of the first part to the party of the second part, by deed recorded in Book 44 at page 364 of the records of deeds for Henderson county and runs South 46 1-2 deg. East,; 16 2-3 poles to a stake in original j Barker and McDowell ' jine; ..'thence South 45 deg. West 44 poles to a street; thence crossing street same course 30 feet; thence same course 6 poles to Bats Fork Canal; thence same course 14 poles tc. Mud Creek canal; thence North 44 1-2 deg. West 16 2-3 pole3 with the canal to the South West cor ner o fthe .15 acre tract above meu- tioned; thence North with the line of said lot 45 deg. East about 64 poles to the beginning, containing 6 3-4 acres more or less. . : All the lands of 'which the said J. P. ; Israel v.as the owner at the time of his death will be sold first, and if said lands are not sufficient to satisfy said j indebtedness, then all, or so much ot the other lands above described as may Le necessary to satisfy said indebted ness will be sold. This the 3rd day of December, 1913. First Bank & Trust Company ' . . Mortgagee. - Smith & Shipm'an. 'Attorneys. v .12-4-5tc ASKING FOR LIGHT. OX THE AATIOXAL VJtiiK QUESTION. Brevard Xevrs Wants Information to What Park Project Means to Transylvania Coiinty. as are a The people of Ti'ansylvania progressive people, ready at all times to join in any movement tending to the betttermcnt of mankind in this or any other part of the world. The people of this county have been considering the proposition of establishing a na tional forest reserve in this section, a large part of which is to be in this! county. This question has been dis- Form Demonstrator Perkins Planning: cussed from many angles and in view j for ('orn Show to Teach Import of the fact that purchase, under the i . ance of Seed Selection. Weeks law, of land in this county will take away a very large amount or j Farm Demonstrator E. L. Perkins, taxes our people cannot see how the J j laying, plans for a big Henderson park, if established, will make up tho deficiency, and as it has to be made x'P, they are of the opinion that it will mean increased taxes. Down in Asheville they have an as sociation' formed for the purpose of urging "the National Forest Reserve Commission to acquire, as rapidly as possible under the Weeks law, the larger areas-proposed or recommend ed for1 purchase in the Ap palachian mountains." The member ship of this organisation-seems to be very enthusiastic. They have only re cently learned that the .movement did not meet with the approval of everyone concerned, as the following editorial from the Asheville Citizen would in dicate: . "A well-informed Brevard man when here recently remarked without ex pressing any personal opinion in the matter, that there was some sentiment in Transylvania county opposed to the recem.ty organized movement to se cure a great national park in the Ap palachian mountains, the grounds of objection being that with the acquire ment of a great landed area by the government, the county .would. lose several thousands of dollars annually in taxes. v "As Transly vania county is natural ly the keystone of the park of magni tude, " the iews of any of its people rill command : consideration, though the , park association need not bo . alarmed at the suggestion of- objec- . tions to its plans. Were Transylvania ' to declare- an opinion hostile to the p&rlc its view would be ot concern, bur no,- such hostile conclusion .has been riachPd W iinw'ThB'nthon crtcf tain any idea that it will ever be reach- ed in 'that . enterprising section. ! "The good Judgment of the people of this i they haVe noted as an objection the de- crease inscounty revenue. They have j not naa aennue . aaiam . laci. ,.iue, ! sociation has not had until tne last few days, of the territory. In Transyl- vania which the forest reserve commis- s?on has Indicated as desirable for on the-upper French Broad; it means free advertising on a colosal scale; it neans government built roads and a circling highway for automobiles from Tisgah to Brevard, and thence by Hen- dersonville to Asheville. And it meas no cessation in lumbering opera- tions since the government sells timber its reserves, but plenty of work for the laboring man. And the farmer will busy raising produce to sell to th.? swarms of visitors and the merchants will . take on more clerks.'V i , Now if the Citizen, or the associa tion, can show us that all Of the above is true we feel sure there will be 'no opposition to the movement on the part of any Transylvania man.- But, dealing in facts the mre statement by the Citizen that: there will only be a losn'to thin county wf $1,000.. in -taxes "does not make it true. Eliminatin, the Gloucester boundary, as suggested, there still remains 62,S95 acres of land owned by Mr. Vandcrbilt which it "s proposed to 'convert ' into the "park The taxes on this land alone is $4,756. 37. Since only '"live, per cent of the revenue of the forest,-according to the Weeks law, returns ' to the county there would have to be revenues in the neghborhood of $95)00 annually to make this county come out even on the deal. . Another thing. After a careful read ing of the Weeks law we fail to find any provision whatever as to the build ing of roads through the forest. The purpose of the law, -as we understand It, is to protect the watersheds of the country. The usual way to protect j water sheds is to keep people off the property, and no doubt we will learn sooner or later, if this land is'pur- chased,. that the government will, fol- 1 low the most tpprovea style-in this ! matter. As to the advertising value i 0f tne proposed park we will say that if will be very great, but we hardly believe this county can afford to invest $4,746.37, or a larger sum, in adver tising. K1G CORA SHOW WILL BE HELD IN HENDERSON YILLE. county corn show about tht first of March. Mr. Millsans. district demonstration agent, and T. E. Browne, state direc tor of the boys' corn club work, while in Hendersonville, l--st week, "assured Mr. Perkins that they' would be glad to return to this city and participate ii a county com; show in order that the farmers might be siven practical information in the selection of seed, 5 corn and the planting and cultivating of their crops during the coming yea.v Mr. Perkins has already begun talk ing the show with the farmers with the view to having each one bring at least ten ears of each variety grown. Mr Perkins is anxious to have th?, farmers meet and exchange ideas with ;- icult'iral authorities, who will in struct them in seed selection,--, plant ing and preparation for same, cultiva tion, etc. He feels confident that the farmers will bring exhibits of corn to the show and take advantage of such an excellent opportunity to acquire further knowledge alone this import, ant phase of farm work. " The exact date of the show has not been fixed, but it will be sometime during the latter part of February or the first of March, in sufficient time for the selection of seed corn. It is probable that prizes will be awarded for the best1 exhibits of cor a, the' details of 'which will be worked out later. " - ' " For ; a" friend or relative at a dlsJ tance nothing .would be more appro- prlate as a Christmas gift than a-sub- fi scriptioo to the Hustler-Democrat fSijl, " ; Fresh supply of : deeds. " mortgages vand other blanks at Democrat-Hustler office. -; ."":v. 'v - : - 1 i; Wood's H&h-Grade 5- Grinisbri Clover The King of Soil Improvers also makes splendid fail ! winter and spring grazinc the earliest green feed, a good hay crop. CRIMSOM CLOVER will inCrea the productiveness of the land mo than twenty times as much as the san amount spent in commercial fertile 6 Can be sown by itself or at the U" working of com, cotton or other cyltiy ted crops. ... " We axe headquarters for Crimson Clover, Alfalfa, Winter Vetch, and all : Farm Seeds, Write for prices and DcscriDtivo Mr iXAM. : giving mtoi about all seeds for fall sowing. T.W. WOOD &SOHS; Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va. Holeproo Wosiery DR. W F, NICKEL DENTIST Office Over Hunter's Pharmacy, Hendersonville, N. C. Freckl'ei iris It 13 an absolute fact, that one 50 cert jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CEEA3J will either remove your freckles or cause them to fade and that two jars will evej in the most severe cases completely cur them. We axV wiliiEg to personal!; guarantee this and to return yourmcnej without argument if your complexion b not fully restored to its natural beauty. WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fin; fragrant and absolutely harmless. WiJ not make hair grow but will positive!? remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK LES. Come in today and try it. Theja txitS HXLxs iZtiKl 1COU119 ucuiutciy vc;i.iJ Cnf Vtt moil i-P loen-nial fHlf. Mammoth jars $1.00.' WILSON'S FA2 skin roreaie cy JUSTUS PHARMACY. 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