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pilars was offered by Mr.
?.15 1-1 the person offering
sureestion. Three young
K.< i submitted the win-;
and the prize was di r
, them. The award
1 v Brooks W. Benton,
K.jy conn 'issioner and resident
t)v Th"-'ua.sboro section.
and contests featured
f ear.'.v part of the evening's
-Mr. Thomas called
v- iSfc ooWMWa^;^
ENT Extra Va/ue IN THE FOR
I EXTRA COST TO YOU
II Jer an- Big, positive brakes with 12" dri
tads and more braking surface per poum
weight than any other car unde
!aase ?" 4 hydraulic double-acting aal
*g MMi shock absorbers.
o 17 plate battery.
ra cost 6-w * 16" air balloon tires.
I piece. Safety Glass ali round.
V MAINTENANCE HI6H RESALE
5 Motor Con
: 4, 1935
the filibuster to kill important
administration appropriations in
the recently adjourned legislative
session." Idaho's Senator Borah is
one of the objectors to Robinsons'
plan, maintaining that such
an amendment would do away
with the right of free debate.
BELGIAN QUEEN DEAD
Astrid, Queen of the Belgians,
died Thursday of a fractured
skull sustained in an automobile
crash in Switzerland. The young
queen was thrown from a ' car
driven by her husband, King Leopold,
ana died soon after on the
roadside; there was barely time
to secure a priest to adminster
the last sacrament. Her injury
was similar to that which caused
the death of her father-in-law,
King Albert, during a mountain
outing some 18 months ago. She
was but 29 years old, the mother
of three young children who wili
i now be cared for by the Dow1
ager Queen. The grief-stricker
Leopold returned to Belgium or
the same train which carried the
.body of his wife.
PRINCE HENRY TO WED
George V of England Thurs
!day announced the engagement o:
I his third son, Henry William
Frederick Albert, to Lady Alice
Christabel Montagu - Douglas
Scott. Lady Alice is a direct de
scendant of Sir Walter Scott, ane
is connected with the best fami
I lies in Scotland. Prince Henry
| who is also Duke pf Gloucester
[ is decidedly conservative, a fine
n tV?Into ar?/-l rnnrQh on nffiPPT f?
1 the British army. His marriage
will leave the Prince of Wale
the only unmarried child of Kinj
George and Queen Mary.
LION GETS CAGY
Believeing that Benito Musso
i lini, Italian Premier, will re
I spect the interests of Great Brit
; ain and the United States, Hail
Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia
? deeded more than half his empir
f to Anglo-American groups jus
i before midnight Thursday. Th
; j charter, the first state paper o
s I Ethiopia to be written in Eng
I lish, turned over some 150,00
t sw. ^
other and introducK
^rP pickett. of Charlotte.
13 Pressed his appreciation
.,r opportunity of being
Kent at the christening of a
ft r Frink was presented and
La short talk upon the reK.hle
development of Brunsfc
cduntv during the past 30
ft* Good roads, he said, have
ftfmore than anything else to
ft!- the county closer together.
K.' r,i Tavlor was next on the
mSi ?< >* 'de a ,ew
K! regarding the possibility
development so long as there
V a spirit of co-operation in
I (Continued from page one.)
arranging an open debate, to
Ke place later between the two
ftL Welders. Rivera will be reftmbered
as the painter of the
ckefeller Center murals, which
Ke recently banned because of
Kir "radical content."
WHAT. NO BLAH?
H-v.e United States Senate's
KV-honored custom of filibusterK
may be banned if "Joe" RobK
Democratic Senate leader.
K' his way. Robinson stated
Knesday that he will present
K beginning of the next sesftn
an amendment designed tc
K "one-man filibuster." The
ftuse of such a drastic step is
Kteved to be the result of the
Kbahor of such demagogues as
Kisiana's Huey Long( who usee
, * 4 v
? <* .. -M
V.v 1 v.',v.?rrr?rr?these
^horsepower, V-type, 8-cylii
g* with aluminum cylinder In
a|. do*m draft carburetor,
? 112-incb chassis for handll
Torque tube drhre.
' ,Mt 50%"*ido... ampli
*P?e in all models at no art
' " iteei body welded into ow
^ first cost ? l0\
| square miles to the Standard Oil
Company and British interests.
The charter was signed by the
Emperor with his official title
j "Anointed King of Kings," and
authorized the exploitation of the
I land for a period of 75 years.
Three well-dressed men stood
i abreast of a Texas highway Fri|
day for almost an hour, hoisting
! manicured thumbs at passing mo-!
j torists?all in vain. Finally, dis
I gusted with man's inhumanity to
I fellow-Texans, they walked into
. J Fishville, the nearest town. There
. | they secured a tow car for their
stalled automobile, and identified
themselves. The members of the
[ trio were Governor James V. Allred,
Justice Richard Critz, and i
i Justice John Sharp?the state's
. chief executive and two jurists of
the Texas Supreme court.
Song Contest To
1 Feature Programj
Miss Marion Smith, home demonstration
agent, suggests that
the various clubs select a few
- best singers to represent them at
f Willard where the annual Field
i Day is being held Thursday, Sep;
tember 12. As last year, a song
- contest will be held between va
1 Two verses of the "Song of
ri/viinfm.M ??r< 11 Ka onno
- uic vpcn V/Uuiitiy win uc 0U115 I
, by each county and then two
>, verses of any other song they I
? Copies of the contest song may
e be obtained from Miss Smith. I
? Working Fast On
< Plans for projects to be com
pleted with the aid of PWA
funds are being drawn this week
e by R. I. Mintz for several comt,
munities in Brunswick county,
e The deadline for turning in these
it projects is Friday of this week,
e There is a chance of receiving
if some governmental aid for publie
work in Brunswick county but
0 the number of projects is neces '
f0, you camt.
?| fiot the 3
till am/ the new
^3 *4 tfAe 6ei
iijjp :;:j?' .. :$> .' : I y-^W?SiM
W j:v ,:::^ . .< $ &
f^ORDS have always be
"V.rr*:^v^l f"' uje and long servic
y0ll w;]| gn(J a gres
J In the 1935 Ford V-8:1
:> ' ) i^SM ease, bie car roominess
II ing for less than $2300\/
* ness, dependability an
KvflJ characteristic of Ford ci
f|||V' The Ford V-8 meets
better than the four cyl
even less to otvn and op
2|W!& building cars and truck
afford to run.
The Ford V-8 is the
dollar value ever offered
in and let us explain ho'
in 1/ p and arrange to pay for il
can give you a better tri
later when crops come ii
urns and neighbor, you will find
i of car farm,
VALUE E??t Terms Through
Universal Credit Com.
pany The Authorised
Ford Finance Plan
' ' -vMl jkaiLl?A&ru
TATE PORT PILOT, SOUTIsarily
going to be limited be-H
cause of the lack of sufficient i'
funds for materials.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Skinner left ]i
last week after spending a time | j
in their summer home here. <
Mrs. Rob Jackson and chil- :
dren left Thursday after spend- |i
ing the summer here. i(
Mr. and Mrs. Carol Smith and h
family of Beaufort visited Mrs. j]
Elizabeth Gilbert last week.
Capt and Mrs. Bellamy are vis- I]
iting relatives in the county this i
Mrs. Preston Bryant left Fri- i
day for Florida.
Miss Jean Mead, of Wilming- 1
ton, visited Miss Gwendolyn St. |1
George last week.
Miss Florine Etherton, of Mi- 1
ami, Fla., is visiting Misses Dorothy
and Mary Swain.
Mrs. McCoy, of Bolivia, was;
a business visitor in town Thursday.
I. Which of the U. S. Preai-!
dents was unmarried ?
2. What is the largest bank
in the world?
3. By what name is Japan
4. What is the capital of
the republic of Latvia?
5. How much will a bushel
of turnips weigh ?
6.When was Anne Hibbins i
hanged as a witch in Massachusetts?
7. When was the battle of
8. What is a cymbal?
9. What is aerostatics?
10. Where is Hollins College?
II. Who is George M. Cohan?
12. Who is president of Yale
(Answers on Page 7)
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a decree of the Suerior Court
of Brunswick County, N. C., dated
1 CUfA? |
Sue known y
lo yeaAA. 1
7o?J V-8 I
en built to stand up under tbt D arc'
e demanded by the farmer,
it many modern, fine car feature:
Jew riding comfort, new handling
" ? , _ _ ??? Col)
-the only v-o engine
-but you will find the same sturdi
d economy that have always beer
the needs of the farmer today ever
Under models of the past?it costs
erate for Henry Ford believes in
i the farmer can afford to own and
best Ford ever built and the biggest
by the Ford MotorCompany.Come
w you can own the Ford V-8 today
t out of your new crop money. We
ide on your old car right now than
j, Drive the Ford V-8 and, like you r
that you can't beat a Ford for the
ON THE AIR-Fred
fWWaring, Tueiday nigh
M B I TgLlJ ' Columbia Network
^^2 MSX ? Daily except Sunda
VZJiP United Preaa Ne?
Releaae end Grid
ria, N. C.
[PORT, N. C.
the 26th day of August, 1935, in anjr
action entitled "Brunswick County e
,-ersus C. H. McKoy," the undersign- 1
;d commissioner will exoose at public
auction sale to the highest bidder c
for cash on the a
30th day of September, 1SI35, n
at 12 o'clock M. at the courthouse
rloor, Southport, X. C? to satisfy the
degree of said court to enforce the 9
aayment of $42.62. the following des-1
eribed real estate, located in North 5
West Township. Brunswick County, |
N". C., bounded and described as fol- V
First Tract: Beginning at a stake J
an Blue Bank Avenue, the beginning 9
corner in the division line, also a ?
corner of Lonnte McKoy; runs thence 9
north 67 degrees west 658 feet; ?
thence with the James Brown line 9
south 20'i degrees west 1226 feet to ^
an iron spike at a boiling spring on 9
the south side of Skipper Hill Bran- j Ji
ch; thence south 79'i degrees east 9
300 feet to a pine; thence south 88 s
degrees east 295 feet to a spruce pine j
an Blue Bank Avenue; thence with 4
said avenue north 25 Vi east 1050 i
feet to the beginning, containing 16 J!
acres, as surveyed by E. B. Hewett, l
August 13, 1935. -I
Second Tract: Beginning at an iron j
spike at a large red oak in Lonnie 4
McKoy's yard, on the side of a road, 1
runs thence north 22 degrees east 850 j f
feet to a pine on the south side of t
Jordan Branch; thence north 4614 i
degrees west up and crossing Jordan 1
Branch 610 feet with Julia Bryant's 1
line to a stake and stone on the I
north side of said branch; thence 1
south 14 degrees west 340 feet to an I >
iron pipe, a corner of the Hilton 1
Lumber Co.; thence with the Hilton J
Lumber Co. line north 76',4 degrees <
west 1358 feet to a stump; thence J
with Gaylord's line south 15 degrees *
west 84214 feet to an old stump; ;
thence south 80 degrees east 754 feet "
to a stake; thence with the line of .
Susan Formy Duval south 2714 do- *
grees west 1020 feet to a stake near j
a small road; thence with John Bry- *
ant's line south 6614 degrees east j
650 feet to a stake on the side of "
the said road; thence with Rivers j
Hankins line north 2214 degrees east '
1073 feet to an oak; thence south j
84 degrees east 361 feet to the begin- '
We have four first sales
next week at ANDERSONS '
WAREHOUSE, Mullins, S. C.,
Monday, September 9,
Tuesday, Sept. 10, Thurs-j
day, Sept. 12, and Friday,
September 13. (Adv.) '
Llgnld Tablets _ . , . .
Salve >"ose Tonic and Laxative
[? ? J"11 1 f.^,! I'.'?,".'!'
; : lll?
J. D. and J. W. EL*
FOLWER and COX
CAUSE and LEE ....
HENRY WOOTEN ...
GAPPIN and BUTLE
NORA MERCER and
J. D. ROCHELLE ...
C. O. BRIDGER and
We will d
t/vhw nnvf Iaq/
Iyuui iicai iuui
ling, containing 51Vs acres, as surveyd
by E. B. Hewett, August 13th,
All sales subject to report to and I
onfirmation by the Court. Ten days 11
llowed for raise of bid before report <
tade. Cash to be paid at sale.
This the 27th day of August. 1835. i i
W. R. HOLMES, i
-25 Commissioner, j1
| Your Deposits
| Now Pen
S The new Banking Ac
|s manence to Federal Dep
|| been passed by Congres
j? dent Roosevelt.
H This new law provide
i? the system whereby dep
j? Bank & Trust Company
|| up to a total of $5,000 f
H The Waccamaw Bank
|| voluntarily provided th;
Is its depositors' funds, and
H Federal Deposit Insurant
53 of the strength of its p(
(BANK & T
"More Dollars For Yoi
Sell it in \
's War eh
Myers & Son,
wing facts prove I
TENANTS 8,034 J
AND MANY OTHERS
lo the same for yo
1 and be convinced
L Myers <
1st SALE, MON.,
?..?. ? ..M ! ..; *
We have four first sales
next week at ANDERSONS
WAREHOUSE, Mullins, S.
CM Monday, September 9,
Tuesday, Sept. 10, Thursday,
Sept. 12, and Friday,
September 13. (Adv.)
in This Bank g
t of 1935, giving per- fig!
iosit Irtsurance has just
s and signed by Presis
for a continuance of &&
osits in the Waccamaw
are insured against loss ly
or each depositor.
& Trust Company has &
is extra safeguard _for
I its membership in The gft;
ce Corporation is proof ST
RUST CO. I
LE, N. C.
ir Tobacco When You |i!
i ww ^ fli
K ^jp- :.i # 9B
that we can
. Price Ave.
$ 257.02 $35.36
$ 257.58 $34.00
$ 76.80 $34.44
$ 102.96 $40.19
$ 112.54 $33.37
$ 137.84 $33.08
$ 144.76 $34.40
$ 333.56 $33.00
$ 148.66 $33.12
u. Bring us
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