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I, mnvallt'. N. C. Property
Ehin 200 J'ards of stat<
M 0i fronts on sand-calj
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jTJte Box 919, Southport
B?TpAsh logs. See, write
Ml CLINTON LUMBEB
giptcn. X. C. 12-18-*
m0jZThe C.rovely plantaKtcmi
Crock for rent foi
mpztains from 250 to 35(
richest arable land ir
^L-jc county. Also farnKjt
Branch. About 50 ac
pcd land. Tin roof dwel
Kj ham. For terms applj
B|D. Bellamy, Wilmington
</ wild game stuffed. Foi
B'taxidermy work ai reas
prices, write Box 5242
rdc.-slcned having qualifiei
^Lgjoitor of the estate of I
'(deceased) hereby gives no
persons indebted to sab
make Immediate paymen
p persons holding any claim
' ?|d estate to present ther
H": duly verified within si:
^ fr-tn this date or this notlc
J pteaded In bar of their re
I "-.trher list. 1935.
^mr LOSG, Administrator of
y. Todd estate.
?. Sentelle. 11-27K;
^Ej;: to authority vested I
^ 7judgment of Superior Cour
He on August 12. 1935, I th
^Krtd commissioner, duly ap
^ that certain action pendln,
:k county Superior cour
.1 M. Woodard was plain
Mrs Lena Hill and Osca
c husband, and et als. wer
^ -3. I will on
December 2nd, list,
r:t: house door in Bruns
H!-':l 10 the highest bid
r ash the following describe ate
located In Lockwoods Fol
pt-.-p. Brunswick countj
r;:c at a maple near the en
^ Roaas Lewis old Mill Dam
p thence X 31 degrees wes
V to a spruce pine; runnln
X. 15 degrees E. 20 poles t
? ,n q rnbd. pu
f^^pj gum V?V?TV - - , ?
about X. 60 decrees E
^Ht ran of a branch 26 pole
^K'r.s fence: running thenc
Wees E. 64 poles to Swain'
;er e to the beginning. Con
lit. acres more or less,
sle'being for the default an
^Kraent of certain taxes du
- Counv by defendants I
entitled action from 192
i. inclusive, total amount c
114 05. all of which ha
by said plaintiff,
and posted, this the 22nd da
R E. SEXTELLE.
f: having been made In th
of the debt secured by ths
ieed of trust executed " by .
-.vife, Thelma Suttoi
IV. Davis. Trustee, on tb
of February. A. D.. 193:
recorded in Book 53. i
Records of Brunstvic
to secure the payment <
debt therein described t
Building and Loan At
.ri t:> said Southpoi
Bt. and Loan Association has
>y application to the undei
Trastee to advertise and se
therein described 1
debt. I will on
lite ii?t dav of Decembe
A. D? 1935,
Hoot noon, offer for sale t
pon to the highest bldde
it the court house door i
>;r;h Carolina, the followin
" tract, piece or pare,
Lrg and being in the Cit
^^P.Wrt. Brunswick count:
na. and bounded ati
as follows, to-wit:
fl at a point in the Wei
^ /f Lord Street 120 fei
H?.fr'1'1 the northwester
^B. 7 the Intersection <
-e of Bay Street with th
2 t-ord Street, sal
^H [Iins thence nortl
Hfi the western line <
xL . feet to p.. R. Biddli
^ k Daniel's) at
H,:; 'hence westwardly an
rAre Street 66 feet 1
L.i V "dividing line betwee
r! ,.:H' the southwester
Hhrkrl dt'ddlecomb's (formerl
adjoining lot; thent
>i v?0nf the eastern lir
^B~- in . 3 and Parallel wit
p, Jeet to a stake, sanr
orofr .w " Davis' nortl
Had fill.. iilen?.e eastward!
i'^^ t ^ Davis' norther
fb^nJ"h Bay Street I
^ uV ^?n.nin& corner.
Ser ij^j this the 20th da
ROBERT W. DAVIS,
Kd ?hv F0P-('Lf?SrRE ?
H" "-ijvL v'rtue of a powi
n^fh'nf.a certain det
B: tv dp,by,(- E. Gause ar
B; Trustee, datt
Br-: 0f f, recorded In offii
1 jPeeds for Brunswlt
V v,,? "OC'k Xo. 48. Pas
:-j "?ourIhereto being her,
R* th...,c?ure payment of ce
R^r nartl''0-1, and "iefau
R' :r4^?ide? payment t
Rip. tnjstee. willc
R 21. IMS.
a: tk. 'he highest bidd,
\ p ourt house door 1
B auction at 12 ?'c'?ek noo
Bt andcertain tract i
and described i
R a L Bwg's northei
B?ty, ert on Wllmim
^R.ssrgs f.j? J- A. Dosher
ax " runs norl
Rfrt;l,,a.bout 295.0 feet wil
R>t "wkabouLnorth 33Rjt^borth
Kk?h*V 2? easS. ?<-5 fe
fplt un,? about norl
fr abouf^ ^ sa'd higl
R?t' Wilm?rth 62 06 ea
B - road" i on highwa
B!>t to fS?^."s south 42."
B'- lL "ch " earner; rut
K t0 laaiah \TIII C7'51 we
B - with i l northea
Bh>t So fSa ah Mills lit
Be ' bins" If"1..t0 his nort
Bcbin, ns south 83.36 we
Bfefittg 74'25 "est 2"
P?8ted. this Xovemb
R J- w- RUARK.
B'rfhtW in" the now
B i, "t maito v hut certa
ISTJr J- p. coi
lvh'-r f a A- f-olema
\ ftr' 1927. du
at page 90, r
cords of Brunswick County, to which 1
is hereby especially made. Default I
having been made in the payment of I
the indebtedness therein described,
- the undersigned W. E. Dosher will
> offer for sale at public auction to I
the highest bidder for cash at the
r courthouse door in the City of South- j
port, and the County of Brunswick,
i on December 9th, 19.15,
at 12 o'clock noon, the following des'
| cribed piece, lot tract or parcel of
I land lying and being in Brunswick
1 county, North Carolina, and bounded
and described as follows, to-wit:
' Beginning on a large black gum at
> or near the run of Beaver Dam
Swamp, John R. Dosher's corner;
' runs thence with John R. Dosher's
> line S. 30 deg. E. about 105 poles
> to a stake another one of John R.
, Dosher's corners; in the J. E. Woodside
line; thence with said line N.
. 55 deg. E. 42 poles to a stake at or
. near an old tarkiln bed, thence N.
30 deg. W. and parallel with John R.
Dosher's line about 105 poles to the
) run of Beaver Dam Swamp, thence
down the run of said Swamp as it
1 meanders to the beginning, contain1
ing 24 acres, more or less, being the j
same land this day conveyed to J.
" P. Coleman by W. E. Dosher and
. wife, and not yet recorded.
Dated and posted, this the 9th day
" of November, 1935.
W. E. DOSHER. Mortgagee,
, S. B. Frink, Attorney. 12-4-c.
. FORECLOSURE SALE REAL
1 ESTATE MORTGAGE
Under and by virtue of the power
" of sale contained in that certain
. mortgage deed made to me by Ed
Brown, and wife, Lillie Brown, et
> als. dated the 25th day of September.
A. D., 1926, and duly recorded in
Book 43 at page 359, records of
Brunswick County, to which reference
is hereby especially made. Default
having been made in the pay.
ment of the debt therein described. <
I will offer for sale to the highest
J bidder for cash, at public auction, at
, the courthouse door in the City of
- Southport, Brunswick county. North
i Carolina, on Saturday, the
t 14th day of December, A. D.. 1935,
s at 12 o'clock noon, the following n
described lot, tract, piece or parcel
x of land, lying and being in the
e' County of Brunswick, in Smithville
? | Township, and being the "Second
I Tract" as aescrioea in ine wu< ,
' above referred to. and bounded and i
described as follows, to-wit: I
Beginning at a stake on the public I
Road leading from Southport to Wll
mlngton, Laura McRacken's corner,
and runs thence north 6 degrees west
n to a small maple in Laura McRackt
en's Southern corner: thence up the
e Branch to the Public Road; thence
with said Public Road to the begin**
ning. containing three and one-half
f acres, according to a plot made by
1 John N. Bennett.
" Dated and posted this the 13th day
I of November, 1936.
8 JOEL MOORE, Mortgagee.
Robert W. Davis, Attorney for the
; EORECLOBPRE NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that by virtue ;
of a decree of the Superior Court of
Brunswick County, N. C? dated the
18th day of November. 1935, in an
7 action entitled "Brunswick County
: versus G. D. Smith, et ux." The unII
dersigned commission will expose at
= public auction sale to the highest
bidder for cash on the
. I S9th day of December. 1935
3 at 12 o'clock noon at tne oourinousc
e door. Southport. N. C.. to satisfy the
g decree of said court to enforce the
payment of $? . the following
described real estate, located In
d Shallotte Township. Brunswick Coune
ty. N. C., bounded and described as
g Bounded on the north by lands
if j known as Joseph Blanton land: on
g the east by Crooked Saplln Branch:
; on the south by the run of Caw Caw
y : Swamp. 'Opossum Branch and Cow
I Branch; on the west by the lands
| of L. D. Long estate and J. D. Butler
Beginning in the run of Crooked i
j Saplln Branch, on an Iron rod with |
ie | old pointers in the Joseph Blanton
it [line: runs thence south 72 degrees,
j. 115' west 1190 feet to an iron pipe, i
with pine pointers, a Blanton corner: I
>e J thence north 68 degrees. 20' west 721 j
2, feet to stake with stump pointer, just
it west of an old tram road hed: thence;
k I along the L. P. Long estate line and
>f I the J. P. Butler estate line south
o 19 degrees. 45' west 2250 feet to a
5- stake hearing north 89 degrees 45' j
rt west 12 feet from a small cypress,
r- pointer on the north side of the]
swamp of Cow Branch: thence south j
II 74 degrees west 1060 feet to a stake!
o with pointers: thence south 58 feet!
to an iron rod with pointers on the
r, run of Cow Branch, a corner ofj
Hoytt Smith. C. Ed Taylor and J. B.
it Bland; thence up the run of Cow [
jr; Branch north 75 degrees east 224 ]
njfeet to a gum with pointers; north)
k 84 degrees. 45' east 353 feet to a
K gum with pointers: north 75 degrees'
el 45' east 268 feet to a small pine with i
y pointers: north 68 degrees 30' east
y, 143 feet to a gum with pointers, a j
id corner of J. B. Bland and Burroughs j
& Collins land: thence north 80 de3
grees east 1396 feet to a gum with |
it 3 gum pointers in the head of1
"n 'Opossum Branch and thence east-1
-J (hQ run of l
)t wardly anu mi..
ie 'Opossum Branch and thence south- |
d wardly with the ruii about 2500 feet !
l- to a gum where 'Opossum Branch I
i- flows into Caw Caw Swamp; thence |
>f up the run of Caw Caw Swampj
?- about 2000 feet to the mouth of,
1- Crooked Saplin Branch; thence up
id the run of Crooked Saplin Branch j
to about 4.100 feet to the beginning. |
in containing 226 acres, as surveyed I
n Nov. 14. 1935, by A. J. Brown, Surly
veyor, as per order by the court.
;e All sales subject to report to and
ie confirmation by the court. Ten days
h allowed for raise of bid before report
ie made. Cash to be paid at .vie.
i- This 20th day of Novem'->r, 1935.
ly W. R. HOLMES,
n 12-18c Commissioner
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND |
,y Under and by virtue of the power'
of sale contained In the decree of
the Superior Court, dated November I
e. 25th, 1935, in an action entitled "The
- Federal Land Bank of Columbia, vs.
W. P. Comron and his wife, Mrs. W.
er P. Comron; E. H. Smith and Bankj
sd of Little River. Defendants." the un-1
id dersigned commissioner will expose
,'d | at public sale at the court house
io door, Southport, N. C., on
'k Monday, December SOth, 1935
re at noon, to the highest bidder for
e- cash, or one-third cash and the re- j
r- mainder in two equal annual in-1
It stallments, the deferred payment to
if | be secured by first mortgage, or
>n deed of trust on lands herein described,
with interest at the rate of j
er six per cent per annum. A deposit
In of $25.00 will be required of the
n, successful bidder, to await confirma- j
if tion. the lands to be sold being bounle
ded and described as follows:
is All that certain piece, parcel ro |
tract of land containing 36 3-20 acres
n more or less, situate, lying and be- I
t- ing on the east side of the Calabash
s and Little River public roads in
th Shallotte Township, county of Bruns- i
th wick. State of North Carolina, hav13
ing such shape, metes, courses and j
distances as will more fully appear
et by reference to a plot thereof made |
th by A. J. Brown, Surveyor. February,
9- 8th. 1922, bounded on the north by |
st the lands of J. H. Stanley and D. E.
y. Stalaland, on the east by the lands!
91 of D. E. Stanaland and L. J. Mc- !
is Lamb, on the south by the lands of (
st M. D. McLamb and on the west by)
st the land of J. R. Comron and J. H. I
ie Stanley, being a consolidated survey (
9- of parts of two tracts of land, one
st conveyed by J. R. Comron to W. P.
90 Comron. April 4th, 1921, as recorded j
in Book 34, at page 257, and the,
er other being conveyed from J. H.
Stanley and wife to W. P. Comron |
October 27th. 1919, as recorded in I
Book 30. at page 302, records of j
" Dated and posted this, November
er C. ED. TAYLOR,
n 12-25c Commissioner
n. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND
Jd Under and by virtue of the power
ly of sale contained in the decree of the;
o- Superior Court, dated November 26th, j
1936, in an action entitled "The Fed- it
iral Land Bank of Columbia, vs. D.
Leon Henry and wife, Guilda M.
Henry, D. Vaughan Allen and A. M.
McKoy, Receivers of J. W. Brooks,
Defendants," the undersigned commissioner
will expose at public sale at
:he court house door. Southport, N.
Monday, December 80th, 1985,
it twelve o'clock noon, to the highist
bidder for cash, or one-third cash ed
ind the remainder in two equal an- ti,
lual installments, the deferred paynents
to be secured by first mort- iei
?age, or deed of trust, on lands here- wc
n described, with interest at the
rate of six per cent per annum. A ve
leposit of $26.00 will be required of j-jr
:he successful bidder, to await conformation,
the lands to be sold being w'
sounded and described as follows: an
All those certain parcels or tracts Th
if land containing 55 acres and ten
acres, more or less, situate, lying and co
seing about 14 miles from the City or(
sf Wilmington, in Town Creek Town- *p.
ship, County of Brunswick, State of ei
North Carolina, having such shape, ro
metes, courses and distances as will -irr
more fully appear by reference to a
plot thereof, made by E. W. Taylor, nij
Surveyor, made September 5th, 1922, ?rj
jn file with the Federal Land Bank
jf Columbia. Wi
The 55 acre tract being bounded <ji
pn the north by the run of Town *
Creek, on the east by the lands of ed
D. R. Skipper, on the south by the fc
lands of E. V. Evans, and on the
west by the lands of Julius Sullivan.
The 10 acre tract being bounded ?h
on the north by the said Piney Grove
Public Road, on the east by the ro
lands of O. R. Skipper, on the south or
by the home lands of the lateJ. S.
Henry, and on the west by the lands ex
of E. V. Evans. ro
Dated and posted, this the 25th
day of November. 1935. m'
C. ED. TAYLOR, in
12-25-c. Commissioner. .
FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL de
Under and by virtue of the power ou
of sale contained in that certain ex
mortgage deed, made and executed .
by W. H. Green and wife, Mary ln
Green, to W. H. Temple and wife, fit
Mary E. Temple, for $1000.00. dated ^
the 5th day of March. 1929. duly re- 06
corded in Book 48. at page 358, re- cli
cords of Brunswick county, to which i.h
reference is hereby especially made.
Default having been made in the
payment of the indebtedness therein
described, the undersigned Mary E.
Temple will offer for sale at public th
auction to the highest bidder for cash ?
at the courthouse door in the City
of Southport. and the County of
Rriinnwlplf nn i _i
Thursday, December 28th, 19S5 a
at 12 o'clock noon, the following- des- "I
crlbed piece, lot, tract or parcel of
land lying and being in Smlthville
Township, Brunswick County, North bl
Carolina, and bounded and described
as follows, to-wit:
Adjoining the lands of A. J. Rob- U]
bins and others, and bounded as fol- 0u
Beginning at a stake in the river n?
road, leading from Southport to Wll- c,
mlngton, N. C? same being a corner
of the A. J. Bobbins tract of land; Be
thence running about northwardly m
with said road to a pine In the A.
B. Mercer line, originally known as ul
the Peter Gause line; thence with
the said line north 18-30" west to
Governors Creek; thence with Gover- dl
nors Creek and the meanders there- jy
of about southwardly to a pine, on '
Gum Landing, another corner of the M
A. J .Robbins tract of land; thence cc
with the A. J. Robbins line Eastwardly
to the beginning corner, con- w
taining about 80 acres, more or less, jjj
Dated and posted, this 26th day .
of November, 1935. dc
MARY E. TEMPLE, M
Mary E. Temple Executrix of W. H.
Temple. Deceased. a
S. B. Frink, Attorney. 12-25c as
FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL
ESTATE MORTGAGE CC
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain -M
* ? J A ? ? Art AVAOnto/^ I AA
mortKclgre UCCll, inauc anu cavvuvvu w
by W. B. Andrews and his wife, M. .
E. Andrews, to R. L. Bland for sr
3250.00. dated the 8th day of Mav, o.i
1926, duly recorded in Book No. 3.6,
Page 539, records of Brunswick
County, and duly assigned to W. F. in
Pierce, to which reference Is hereby j,,
made. Default having been made lii
the payment of the indebtedness jj
therein described, the undersigned \V. j..
F. Pierce, assignee, will offer for f
sale at public auction to the highest c<
bidder for cash at the courthouse
door in the City of Southport, and 111
the County of Brunswick, on g-1
Thursday, December 26th, 1935,
at 12 o'clock noon, the following des- )ai
cribed piece, lot, tract or parcel of
land, lying and being in Waaramaw
Township, Brunswick County, North ;el
Carolina, and bounded and described |bi
as follows, to-wlt: j.
Beginning at a stake, W. B. Andrews'
corner, runs thence north 86! b(
west 25 poles to a stake at the cor- j.
ner of a ditch; thence north 4 east "
105 poles to a cypress in the edge |ig
of Wetash Swamp, thence said |
swamp 38 poles to another one of W. I
B. Andrews' corners, a Cypress in the f(
edge of said swamp; thence with W.
B. Andrews' line to the beginning. ni
containing twenty-four acres, more
This being same tract deeded to
W. B. Andrews by R, C. Piver and ?
wife. B. G. Piver, and recorded in
Book 30. Page 406. records of Bruns- j
wick county. j
Dated and oosted this the 27th j
day of November. 1935. j
W. F. PIERCE, Assignee.
S. B. Frinlc. Attorney. 12-25 )
WJnnaKnw NeWS )
t* J ? ? ? , v
(Too late for last week) 2
Mr. and Mrs. Duvall, of Wil
mington, were visitors here on 2
Sunday afternoon. ji
Mr. G. K. Lewis left Monday )f
for Wake Forest in the interest )>
of Fairbanks-Morse Co. J|
Mrs. D. E. Goodson, in com- 2
pany with a crowd from South- Ji
port, spent Tuesday at Delco at- 2
tending the district meeting of Jf
the Order of the Eastern Stars. Ji
Mrs. J. C. Nichols of South- Jf
port returned Monday to be with Jf
Mrs. Lizzie Henry a while. Ji
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vines and j?
Miss Edna Henry of Wilmington 2
spent Wednesday at Mrs. Leon 2
Friends will be sorry to learn 2
that Mr. J. J. Braswell is very 2
sick. Mr. Preston Henry contin- 2
ues sick, being very ill this week- 2
Mr. Everett Wilson, of Wil- 2
mington, was a visitor here on 2
Thursday morning. 2
Mr. J. W. Yates, of Wilming- 2
ton, was a visitor here Thursday 2
Mr. T. S. Memory, of White- 2
ville, and Mrs. Ike Davis, of
Southport, were visitors here Friday
afternoon, en route to Whiteville.
J Mr. Preston Savage of the U. j
S. Dredge Comstock, Morehead j
City, spent the week-end here j
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. )
W. C. Savage. )
Friends will be glad to know )
Mrs. Lyman Robinson is able to j
be at home since being in South- j
port hospital. j
rATE PORT PILOT, SOUT1
'In Person" And'
The Table" C(
Ginger Rogers, the titian-hairmate
of Fred Astaire in "Top
it," "Roberta" and others, ach/es
the goal of every Holly>od
player?solo stardom in a
hicle ideally suited to her dislctive
talents, "In Person,"
lich plays Thursday, Friday
d Saturday at the Carolina
Her opportunity to star alone
mes as a climax to an extradinarily
rapid rise from modest
itured dramatic and dancing
les through co-stardom with
illiam Powell in "Star of Midjht,"
with Francis Lederer in
Romance in Manhattan," and
th Astaire in the sensational
m musicals. In all. she display
dramatic skin ana a pencnant ,
r comedy. '
"In Person" provides Ginger
th a rich light comedy-drama '
le and enables her to sing three 1
iginal popular songs and to .
ecute several striking dance ,
utines. She portrays a temper- 1
ental screen celebrity who falls
love with a gentleman, annoyg
him so thoroughly that he 1
:termines to take the egotism j
it of her, forcing her to go to
traordinary lengths to trap him
to marriage. The romantic dif- ,
:ulties culminate in what has
en adjudged one of the funniest
imaxes to come to the screen
"Hands Across The Table" is
e feature attraction Monday
id Tuesday of next week.
A laugh riot from start to finii,
the merry proceedings of
lands Across the Table" cenrs
around the attempt of a poor
it ambitious manicurist and a
mniless young socialite to live
\ tn on on-mAmont tViot oa />k
> w ait uiat covii
ia.ll marry money, with love a
eligible factor. Many hilarious
implications result as the two
t out to keep their bargain,
itil both fall in love, and of all
ings, with each other!
The fun film serves to introice
Miss Lombard in an entirenew
characterization and the
onde star comes off with flying
ilors as a light commedienne, as
ell as a lush leading lady. Actg
honors must be equally divi!d
between Miss Lombard and
acMurray who is possessed of
distinct personal charm as well
i skill at just the sort of role
i is required to fulfill in the
imedy. Personable engaging,
acMurray and Miss Lombard
ipture the amusing moments,
laring them with a delightful
id refreshing abandon.
Miss Lombard, as a manicurist'
i a barber shop of a snooty!
Manhattan hotel, meets Ralph
ellamy, rich but an invalid as
le result of a plane wreck. She
mfides to him her desire to
nd a bankroll and marry it, reirdless
of love. She thinks heri
mbitifons have come true when
[acMurray, handsome playboy,
iters her life. While night clubing
with him, he misses his
sat to Bermuda, whither he is
jing sent by his Millionaire
ither-in-law, and Miss Lombard
forced to put him up at her
lodest apartment, after he con:sses
that it is his fiance, and
ot he, who has the wealth.
The two shake hands on their
I By Carrier
I By Mail..
I Sunday On
HPORT, N. C.
>ming To Carolina
nutual plans to find comfort and I
security with rich spouses, re- j
solving that nothing, not even I
ove, shall interfere with their j
jact. Just as their agreement is |
ibout to materialize for both of
hem they find they have fallen
n love with each other, but Miss
Lombard is still determined not
"jo ruin doui uieir nves, ana une |
falls into the arms of her benefactor,
Bellamy, who In the mean
J me has fallen in love with her.
An uproarious climax brings
their gay nonsense to an excitng
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Skipper were sorry to hear of
Mrs. Skipper's death which occurred
at her home last Wednesiay.
Friends are glad to learn that
Mrs. Alice S. Pickett is improving
after several weeks of illness.
Mrs. D. P. Causby has returned
to her home in Greensboro
after visiting her sister, Mrs. R.
Miss Nina Gamer has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Robins,
in High Point
] All well broke
! and ready for
| your mspeci
I tion. We know
]| we can please
II you from our
! I big selection
|| of mules
I! Cash or
11 HACKNEY W
i 1 ~
| Seth 1
| WHITE VILLI
Witty Column of
Iy $ 2.W
Twenty Cents pe
. . w . h' i '.* < - f'nl
It seems that deer driving is
getting to be quite an expensive .
sport among the Leland men. R. I
C. Holmes lost part of his shirt
last week after D. L. Gainey and
Douglas Cook saw him miss a
Cecil Anderson has resigned
from CCC and is now at home
with his parents. p
Lyon Clark and Pazley Milli- o
can escaped serious injury Sunday
afternoon when they wreck- P
ed their car. ^
Miss Mary Lee Garner left for ?
Raleigh last week. She has ac- 0
cepted a position there. z
Miss Lucy Lee Child and *1
Snookie Allen motored to South P
Carolina last Sunday and were
Having qualified as Administrator, f
C. T. A. of the estate of Dr. W. R.
Goley, deceased, late of Brunswick 0
Cnnntv. North Carolina, this is to h
notify all persons having claims I
against the said estate of the said 1
deceased to exhibit them to the un- r
dersigned at Southport, or Shallotte,
N. C? or to Robert W. Davis, my
attorney, at Southport, N. C? on or r
before the 20th day of November. _
A. D? 1936, or this notice will be F
pleaded in bar of their recovery. h
All persons indebted to the said
estate will please make immediate F
This. 20th day of Nov., A. D? 1935. ?
W. R. HOLMES, Administrator, v
C.T.A., W. R. Goley estate. 0
Robert W. Davis, Attorney, for the ,
| Administrator. 12-25-c ?
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IVise Bees Store
Bread And Honey
lurplus Pollen Is Asset,.
Not A Liability For Overwintering
Bees; The Surplus
Used As 'Bee Bread'
Surplus pollen is an asset?not
libality?for overwintering bees.
lecent tests by the entomologist
f the United States Department
f Agriculture disprove the old
leas that careful bees collect
ollen only in the proper amount
or present needs and that anyurplus
of this "bee bread" irt
le fall is the result of mistaken
eal and at the end of the active
eason should be removed from
he cells. Colonies with plenty of
ollen when winter comes, the
53ts showed, are much stronger
1 the spring than those without
Aithougn sugar syrup ana ikracted
honey may take the place
f straight honey in the comb as
ee feed, no satisfactory substiue
for pollen essential for brood
earing has yet been found.
Some unusually prudent bees
nay put away large supplies of
ollen, often covering it with
loney and sealing the cells to
irevent drying or mold attack,
hitting some of this reserve
in thin easy reach of bees in colinies
without pollen stores strengthens
the colonies as a whole.
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