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? THE STATE PORT PILOT !
I"' Southport, N. G. :
I PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY ,
I ^ ^ "mm
JAMES M. HARPER, JR., Editor i
I Bctered as second-class matter April 20, 1928, at
"\e the Post Office at Southport, N. C., under
I the act of March 3, 1879. j
??ONE YEAR 81.60
I .SIX MONTHS 1.00
* THREE MONTHS .. ? .76
I ) t Wednesday, April 21, 1937
I j i Some of the more conscientious farmH
) ( ers who attended court here recent must
j' have been glad that it was too wet
! | for farm work even if they had stayed
;j at home.
I:| lie hope that highway officials will
I not wait until the beach season before
I j, they begin to repair the road to Fort
$ The trouble with throwing mud is that
I Z you sometimes splash some on 'people you
Ujjdon't want to hit.
A lot of people will follow where they
are afraid to lead.
V * The final week of school usually is a'
I cue for students and teachers to forget
all the unpleasant things which occurred
'"during the year, recall an the pleasant
things and get sentimental over that facti1
that school is closing.
With this issue we begin our third 1
year as editor of The State Port Pilot.
Two years ago when we wrote our '
first editorial for this newspaper we ex- 1
pressed our appreciation for the friendly 1
hospitality of South port citizens. Today j"
that feeling is unchanged, except that it! ^
is two years old. In all our life we have !
never seen a community in which friend- 1
liness was such an outstanding character- '
Thei^has been little physical change
in the town since we have been here, and
although our imagination has occasionally !
been excited with reports of a boom 1
about to break, we believe that Southport J
is destined always to be just a peaceful, '
And when we say this we by no means '
take the attitude that the town is without
a future. Peace and contentment usu-i*
ally are routed out by manufacturing '
and industry; and millions are being1
spent each year by people of means who i.
are seeking a place for a quiet vacation.;1
T* 1 l .1 J j.1 Ji: (
Iner natural ciiarm ami me ixienuniicss .
of her citizens are the two greatest assets
of Southport. When outsiders are made 1
to know this, the tourists and vacation-;1
ists will bring here a trade more to be
desired than blocks of noisy, dirty fac- j
tories and acres of wharves and ware- <
houses. j |
Clean-Up Week \(
Next week has been proclaimed by j
Mayor John Ericksen as the annual per- j
iod for Southport citizens to pay special j
attention to cleaning up and improving!
the appearance of their yards and prem-j^
There is no need for use to call the roll 1
of eye-sores that exist about our streets, i
They are here, most of us know who is ]
responsible for each one. The best way to!c
'be sure that the clean-up campaign is a
success is to be conscientious in removing
those for which you are responsible. j(
Announcement is made in this issue of.1
"$ie State Port Pilot of the annual flower!
show, which is to be held Thursday af-!,
ternoon, May 6th, in the Community Cen- 1
ter Building. 1
' This flower show is being sponsored by
the Southport organization, but entries
are by no means limited to residents of j1
the town. Citizens from out in the county!
are urged to make entries, and others are
invited to attend the show.
Events of this kind in which there is aj
close co-operation between citizens of
Squthport and the county at large will
bring about a better understanding and '
will promote a.stronger tie of friendship.!
One of the main arguments used in defense
of the plan to "pack" the Supreme
Coijirt is that a tribunal of nine men is (
incapable of handling the large number
of cases appealed to it. The intimation is
that the Court is far behind in its work
and needs new hands and minds to help
it catch up.
This would be an excellent argument
if true. But not long ago, Attorney-General
Cummings, in his annual report, gave
the Court high praise for the manner in
which it handled cases and kept its pocket
relatively small. And now new evidence
to this effect comes from the highest
authority on court procedure?Charles
E. Hughes, Chief Justice of the United
In a letter to Senator Wheeler, introduced
as testimony in the Senate hearings
on the Court plan, the Chief Justice
shows statistically that the Court is fully
abreast of its work. At its last session, it
actually heard cases in which writs of
certiorari had been grandted less than a
month before. When the Court rose on
March 15 for recess, only a handful of
cases remained for disposition.
Then the Chief Justice said definitely
that an increase in membership of the
Court would not, in his opinion, be in the
interest of efficiency and speedy disposition
of cases. To the contrary, "There
would be more judges to hear, more judges
to confer, more judges to discuss,
more judges to be convinced and to decide."
Civilization began with the discovery
of fire by prehistoric man. And for many I
a human being, civilization, so ftjr as he I
personally was concerned, has ended with
It is a curious truism that one of man's
essential aides is like, under other cir-j
eumstances, one of man's worst enemies.
Controlled fire is a boon. Uncontrolled
fire is a destroying demon.
The problem of controlling fire is as
>ld as history. Immense progress has been
nade in the direction of perfecting firefighting
apparatus and equipment, and
ieveloping materials that resist fire. The
fire department of yesterday is a ludicrous
thing in comparison to the amaz-j
ngly efficient fire department of today,
jven as the building construction of yes-1
;erday offered a veritable invitation to
Aggressive effort has been given in rerent
years toward educating the public
n preventing fire?and here, too, progress
has been made, but on nowhere j
near a comparable scale. Some of us have
learned the simple lessons that will eliminate
most hazards?many of us have not.
It is a safe bet that at least one home out
nf two?and this includes new as well as
nld ones?contains flagrant hazards
which the owner disregards.
In the law, ignorance is no excuse, and j
t would be a fine thing if that same prin-j
ripal were extended to cover the harbor-!
ng of fire hazards. Each year, loss runling
into the millions results from improper
storage of inflammable liquids, from)
leedless accumulations of waste, fromj
imateur tampering with electric fixtures,
Tom carelessness with smoking materials. ;
such "little" things as these are respon-j'
;ible for a majority of all fires.
X? /\*V? r\ Wi f ll o f -Pi in n /v/\ / . /] P*?i ah J ! .
ivciiiciiiuci tuat in c is <x lllCllU | J
mployed respectfully. Take no chances ]
vith it. Care will save you dollars?and, jj
nfinitelv more important, perhaps your <
Perhaps those long trains women used >
o wear did much to minimize the sweep- ,
ng problem. j
If money is the root of evil, then some
>f us have very little evil, to our notion.
Steam-heated jails are fine .... for
iverything perhaps except as crime deerrents.
Sit-down strikes are called by another
lame down South here . . . loafing.
Of course, one of the prime pre-requisItes
of a bathing beauty is that she run
true to form.
Bachelors spend a lot on frivolous
things, but they don't seem to care, as
long as she's a blond.
Swinging may make some people sick,
but to some others it always proves fatal.
At least, the only kind of watered
stock which we would be willing to invest
in would be livestock.
The younger generation is out of luck,
when they have insomnia. They don't'
even know what sheep look like.
Some people's trying to pour oil on
troubled waters is like pouring that much
gasoline on a fire.
THE STATE PQRT PILOT,
Just Among i
j The Fishermen
(BY W. B. KEZIAH)
i E. C. Green, president, or
shall we say "Skipper," of
the Pilot Life Insurance Co.,
writes the Civic Club that it
is his practice to go fishing
at least once a year. In the
next sentence Mr. Green,
who is one of the' fellows
who is putting the green in
Greensboro, asks about boat
and boarding house accommodations
here for a party of
| some 30 or 40. It is gathered
that he intends bringing
quite a crew with him.
And speaking of visiting fish,ing
parties, it is told the Civic
Club from a very doubtful source,
(connected with the post office)
! that Forest Warden Dawson Jon,es
invited some friends down
1 from Virginia last week to go1
fresh water fishing with him.
I After they got here he suddenly
| remembered it was against the
1 law and would continue to be
i against the law until May 10th
j to go fresh water fishing.
Bill and Rone Lewis, George
Wooten, Joe Maultsby,
Manson Canady. Charles Mej
Neil, Richard Auger, James
' Fore, VVillard Byrd, Arthur '
Baldwin. John McNeil and
Marvin Allen, all likely looking
Whiteville lads piloted by
Lee Greer, spent from Thursday
until Sunday afternoon
camping on Bald Head Is- j
land. The boys had a great
time althought they said
they caught very few fish.
They plan to do all the camping
they can around here
during this and future summers.
Many other parties of
young lads will probably go
on fishing camps at Bald
Head in the future.
Captain Rhcuben Gutherie will
get out this week with the Storm j
King prospecting for menhaden'
and taking them if he finds them
Captain J. B. Church will get the,
John M. Morehead off the rail- j
ways in a few days and will join J
in the work. Some temporary repairs
will be made to the W. P. J
Anderson ih the immediate future,
and Captain John Ericksen
will get out with her to joih the :
One day this past week
Postmaster L. T. Yaskellwas
Observed counting on his fingers.
The particular day that ]
the future holds in mind for
him is May 10th, when the |
season for fresh water fishing
will again open. On May
9th the Postmaster, Dawson j'
Jones and the Civic Club
man are planning to trap
two or three thousand min- !;
nows and to dig a salmon
can full of earthworms. They 1
will then be ready for the
next day when they will go j
off to where it is nobody's
business and bail in red fin
trout. With many expressive j
gestures the postmaster is !'
already recounting tales of |!
how many fish they will cat- j (
ch and how big they will be.
Skipper Hulan Watts, of the '
E. M. Lewis is convinced that it '
will not be long now until he J
strikes schools of blues and mac-j'
kerel. Supporting this belief he i1
?nd his crew go out every day j
looking for them. To the mind of
this writer, the sighting of a j
school of blue fish and the great
jircuiar sweep ui uic uuox m. cup i
speed with more than a thous- i
ind feet of net spinning out be- <
lind it is one of the most excit- i
ng experiences of commercial
"ishing. Five minutes after you i
sight your fish you have them \
n your net or you have lost
:hem. j c
S Fooled , 1
One afternoon the past
week a couple of Fayetteville 1
sports set out for Southport (
in an outboard motor boat.
Their iptention was to go l
fishing the next day. They c
stopped at Wilmington for \
an extra can of gas and 11
when half way down the <
river they tanked up with ; e
it, only to find that they had (
been sold kerosene in place j (
of gas. Somehow, with their
motor dead, they got their ' ]
boat ashore and after hunt- I]
ing around for some time
found a farmer who brought 11
them on to town in his fliv- ! (
ver. They arrived in a very , j
wet and bedraggled condition (
and in a disgusted state of
Better Weather i j
Since we have had bad weath- j
er for two weeks, fishermen and '
weather-wise folks are predicting 11
that we will have some real good 11
fishing weather right soon. All j
things change some time. The
weather is no exception. There;
ought to be some real good fish- i
ing tales available pretty soon.
Before the fire on Christmas
Eve two youngish ladies were j
"Mollie," said the prettier of
the two, "would a stocking hold
all you would like for Christ- j |
"No," said the other. "it' i
wouldn't. But a pair of socks!
SOUTHPORT, N. C.
R. I. Mintz and S. B. Frink, of
Southport, were Shallotte visitors
Mrs. VV. L. Swain and daughter,
Miss Sue Swain, were Wili
mington visitors Saturday.
I The many friends of Mrs. Carl
(Andrews will be glad to learn
that she is improving following
I a recent operation in a Rocky
i Mount Hospital.
j Rev. F. V. Spence and D. T.
Long attended the Methodist District
conference in Fairmont on
(Friday. They were accompanied
iby Rev. C. YVortliington, of the
j Brunswick charge.
Dr. M. S. Dixon, of Oakboro,
I visited Dr. M. H. Rourk here on
Mrs. Lillian Oliver and Miss
Gladys Frye spent Sunday in
! Durham with relatives. They
(were accompanied home by Richard
Arnold Matthews, nephew of
Principal and Mrs. If. S. Stone
were called to "Burgaw Sunday
due to the serious illness of Mr.
Mesdames E. Holden, Jr.. and
YV. H. Redwinc entertained at a
birthday party in honor of their
mother, Mrs. A. YYr. Milliken. on
Tuesday night at the home of
Mrs. Milliken. Delicious refreshments
were served to the follow
Mrs. George Danfortl, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Brown. Mr. and Mrs.
Allard Grissett, Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Hewett, Mr. and Mis.
Jesse Clemmons, Mr. and Mrs.
James Chadwick, Mrs. J. M.
Chadwick, Mr. and Mrs. Preston
Parker, Mrs. Creen Parker. Mr.
and Mrs. Roland Mintz, Mr. and
Mrs. Marshall Roache, Mr. and
Mrs. Mouzon Millikcn: Misses
Etha and Dorothy Roache. Mrs.
Aaron McLamb and Mr. A. W.
Milliken. Mrs. Milliken received
many lovely gifts.
Misses Rexie and Louise Trippc
delightfully entertained the members
of the Ladies' Aid Society
of the local Methodist church
Tuesday night. Those present
were: Mesdames R. D. and R. S.
White, Mrs. W. A. Russ, Mrs. L.
C. Rourk, Mrs. H. L. Stanley,
Mrs. Delmas Hewett, Mrs. Lennic
Hewette, and Mrs. Henry C.
Stone; Misses Eula Mae and Vera
Long and Miss Ottice Holden.
County Home Notes
Henry Jones visited relatives
at Oak Island Station Saturday
Mrs. Alec Williams and son,
Conrad, were helpful visitors at
the home on Saturday, remaining
over till the first of the
Miss Geneva Mintz called to
see John B. Teboe Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chadwick
visited Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Willi-'
ams Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Fulford I
ind daughter. Miss Christine and
Mrs. Newman Fulford, were visitors
at the home on Sunday
David Spencer and Miss Mag- j
ijie Sullivan were also visitors on j
B. C. and Mrs. Alec Williams j
ivent on a trip to the Shallotte J
section Sunday evening. On their i
return they brought Miss Fairlee ;
Lewis as a welcome addition to
the helpers of the home.
Mrs. A. C. Hewett and daughter,
Miss Oneil, Mrs. S. E. Hewett,
Mrs. L. A. Hewett and Miss
Lydia Evans called to see Mrs. j
Amanda J. Rabon on Monday i
Bald Head News
Mrs. Provost has returned to
ler home in Maysvillc after visitng
her daughter. Mrs. J. H. Quilley.
It was with regret that the j
leighbors saw her leave.
Mrs. Lindsay Robbins and sons j
,'isited Mrs. R. K. Sellers last
The Sadler family left Saturlay
to spend the week-end at
R. K. Sellers spent Sunday till
vtonday at his old home in Mill
Colonel O'Connell, of Fort
Bragg, accompanied by two other
ifficers, came down for the
veek-end to visit his old fishing
taunts oh the island. Catching
>f the fifty-three pound drum
?arly this month was the immeliate
urge for the visit at this
Friends at the station were
nuch pleased to have Murrell
flood return for a visit Friday.
Captain Dan Willis made a j
:rip to the District Commander's I
office Friday to try to get some
information regarding disposition
>f Cape Fear Station and crew.
All anxiously await the news?
good or bad, the men and their
Families would like to know.
School will close in two weeks,
rhe three boys in first grade are
ready to weep tears, they say,
because they will no longer be
going to school.
Q. Is it profitable to force the
growth of truck crops with applications
A. As the quality of succulent j
vegetables depends upon rapid j
growth it is often necessary to
make side applications of some
[juipkly available nitrogen to
maintain this growth. The time
to 'apply will depend upon the vi
Igor and maturity of the crops!po
and upon seasonal conditions and <lii
the grower must use his own n?
Judgment in determining when tojJJ]
apply the side dressing. In mak- ih>
ing the application, care must be *a'
taken not to let the material j no
come in contact with the plants j '^7
as this may result in damage. '"J,
i Q. What causes my hens to j
[lay so many thin shelled eggs da
'and how can X remedy this con- jj5
dition? j ?
A. In all probability your hens 1
have passed the peak of produc-1 ??(
tion and are now going out of j 8"
1 lay. There is a tendency, during j to
; this decline in egg production for m?
I the shells to become thin and j [To
this will increase more and more ; JjjJ
1 as the birds reach the non-pro-1
ductive stage. There is nothing j thj
that can be done to remedy the th<
condition providing, of course, at|
that the birds have a balanced I sot
ration before them at all times. jj*j
Q. How soon can I turh my su
1 cattle into a new permanent ""
: pasture ? |
! A. This depends upon the gro-! '
I wth of the grasses and soil con-1
I dition, but if the pasture was ! t>!li
j seeded to a good mixture and the I j
1 soil is not too wet cattle may be j'?,
turned in about the first of May.' ?9"
(Grasses grow only when the lea- 1
jves are exposed to the sunlight lla,
iand it is best to delay the graz- Jai
! ing a few weeks if the grass bla- ~j7
ides are not sufficient to insure
active growth. Under normal con- 1
i ditions, however, it is safe to j ?,f0
j turn the cattle in the pasture on; by
j or about May 1st. j
. j tin
NOTICE OF SIMMONS
Stale of North Carolina^ srr
County of Hrunswit k. atI]
In The Superior Court *r'
Lena Jacobs aa<
Robert E. Jacobs ?/
The ilefeinlant. Robert E. Jacobs,
..ill oiili. I
| l?*?l as above lias been commenced in
Hie Superior Court of Brunswick ,,rl1
County, North Carolina, by the plain-1
tiff for absolute divorce upon the :
i ground* of two years separation as ,0y
! provided by the laws of tlie State of
1 North Carolina. Said defendant will VeI
I further take nottce that he Is reuuired
to appear at the office of the j:
Clerk of the Superior Court of said J.
I county at the courthouse in South- J1"1
j port. N". C.. on or before the 12th J'/.
| day of .May, 1927. and answer or de- ^
I mur to the complain in said action. fl
or the plaintiff will apply for the or
. relief demanded in said complaint. I This
12th day of April. 1927. g1
1'.. J. IIOLDEX, Clerk J
5-5-* Superior Court. '2__
TIM'STF.F SAI.F OF LAND .
Default having been made arid de- 1
elared by the holder of the notes of
secured, by virtue of the power of cea
sale contained in that deed of trust No
dated August 20th, 192.". from A. \V. per
Clemmons to the undersigned trus- est;
tee. recorded in Hook 58. at page the
212, in the office of the Register of N.'
Deeds of Brunswick County. N*. C.. ; .Ma
tin1 undersigned trustee will expose; pie;
at public sale to the highest bidder p? i
for cash at the court house door, pie;
Southport, N. C? at noon on .1
Monday, April SHtli. 1927.
Hie following described real estate
in Brunswick county. N". C.. bounded C.
land described as follows:
.In Smitliville Township.
First Tract: Reginning at a stake 1
near a bay: runs thence north 72 of
west fi2 poles to a slake; thence cou
north Ift east fi poles to a pine; thence Fei
north ii west 148 poles to a stake Thi
in the edge of a branch: thence up ant
the branch south 55 west 52 poles der
t-> a gum in the branch: thence south pul
fit; west SO poies to a stump; thence bid
south 2ft east 28 poles to a bay: '
thcuce with Hie bay south fift west! at
10ft poles to a pine; thence south 22t N\
east 51 poles across the bay to a esti
pine. s. \\\ Smith's corner; thence
south 8ft west 192 poles near edge of Civ
bay to a stake; thence south 2ft east Hai
94 poles across main road to another i reci
bay; thence about south fi5 east 1 H? A
poles to the eight mile post;' thence: lra<
about north 7ft east 200 poles with am
the southern edge of bay to the sea lyit
shore road; thence With said road Tu\
across the hay about north 58 east hay
210 poles with the northern edge of j and
bay to the beginning, being the same pea
land conveyed to S. \\\ Smith by J-!
11. Smith et ux. et nl. by deed date<l cat
September 24. 1903. recorded in Book | plat
ht page i'Iij. in ine nmce or tneij$a,
Register of Deeds of Brunswick tra<
county, N. C. the
Second Tract: Adjoining the lands a
of .1. II. Smith. S. W. Smith ami 0f
others, hounded as follows: 50 acres, iam
more or less, laid out for David Wes
Smith, lying on the. hea<l of Gum Thii
Swamp, beginning at a pine near | ron
David Smith's old path; thence west , gwl
22 chains 20 links to a pine; thence Oct
north 22 chains, 36 links to a pine;! the
thence north 22 chains 31! links to a for
pine in a savannah on the Little Bay |?00
Branch; thence east 22 chains 36 en,.,
links to a stake over Gum Swamp; t
thehce south 22 chains. 3ti links to nor
the heginning. same being land con- on
veyed hy David Smith ami wife to jja!
S. W. Smith, hy deed dated Novern- gou
her 12, 1893, recorded in Book MM. swri
at page 61, In the office of the 0f '
Register of Deeds of Brunswick coun- Gf 1
ty. North Carolina. |,y
Third Tract: Known as the Dale \yji
place, adjoining the lands of T. M. 191 fj
Thompson, et al. Beginning at at 1
gum tree at the run of Poley Gulley;
runs thence north 20 east 69 poles ?ou
to a stake at the main road; thence
with said road south 73 east 96 poles t
to a pine. T. M. Thompson line; ?uj|
thence with Thompson's line south 33 IT1j^
west 108 poles to a stake In the saj(]
Poley Gully; thence with the run of
said Gully to the beginning, and be-1
itig the same land granted by the 5.10
State of North Carolina to S. W. I
Smith. July 22, 1905, recorded in
Book WW. at page 369, in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Bruns- j,
wick county, N. C. Excepting and ,.en(
saving, however, so much thereof as ;uuj
was recovered in Superior Court hy j^pe
T. M. Thompson against S. W. Smith,
August, 1!i"S. to
Exception: All that certain tract Gffe
or parcel of land situate in Smithville
Township, Brunswick county, be-1
ing a portion of the Smith Farm and ; ?
being described as follows. Beginning j ?
at a point in the center of State
Highway No. 30, at the intersection! mm
of Bolivia dirt road just southwest
of the corner of Service Station, and
runs a line continuing the Bolivia
dirt road crossing State Highway No.
30 about 800 feet to a four prong B
live oak; fhence an easterly direc- I |
1 ion, parallel with said State High-) B
way to the Smith east line; thence 1 B
that line to Smith's north line; thence ^
north line to the center of Bolivia j I j
dirt road; thence the center of said, I |
Bolivia dirt road to the beginning.
Dated and posted this the 25th I I I
dav of March. 1937.
W. H. HOLDERNESS, Trustee.
By C. Ed Taylor. Attorney. 4-21c I j
Till STF.K SALE OF LAN O
Default having 1 ??m-h made ami de
clared by the holder of the notes I j
secured, by virtue of the power of I !
sale contained in that deed of trust B
dated August 20th, 1935. from A. W. B
Clemmons to the undersigned trus- Ep
tee, recorded in Book 58. at page E*
159. in the office of the Register of
Deeds of Brunswick County. N. C. Eg
the undersigned trustee will expose
at public sale to the highest bidder. Kg
for cash, at the court house door, B
Southport, N. C., at noon on B
Monday, April 26lli, 1937,
the following described real estate I j
in Brunswick county, N. C., bounded B
and described as rollow's: j
All that certain tract or parcel of B
land, situate in Smithville township. B
Brunswick County, heing a portion
of the Smith Farm, and being des- *
cribed as follows; Beginning at a W
int in the center of State Highway !coi
). 30 at the intersection of Bolivia j g01
"t road just southwest of the cor-1"
r of Service Station and runs a j
e containuing the Bolivia dirt road'al
>ssing State "Highway Xo. 30, about 1 ree
) feet to a four prong live oak:'me
?nce an easternly direction parallel |
th saifl State Highway to the Smith ilra
st line; thence that line to Smith's jam
rth line; thence north line to the|olii
liter of Bolivia dirt road; thence Cit
th the center of said Bolivia dirt:
3VI to the beginning. x-0
Dated and posted, this the 25th j:h
y of March. 1937. if';
W. H. HOLDERXESS. Trustee. '
C. Ed Taylor. Attorney. 4-21-c j
MORTGAGE SAI.E j }?
Under and by virtue of the power. SOL
sale contained in that mortgage!"
orded in Book 52. at page 307, j Str
.en by T. H. Lindsey and wife.. ^.oli
ite T. Lindsey. to the undersigned. \jr,
secure a note therein recited. De- \
ilt having been made in the pay- ea<!
*nt, to satisfy the terms of the jjr',
irtgage. the undersigned will ex-: j
se at public sale, to the highest j ?
lder. for cash, at the court house.
or, Southport, X. C.. at noon, on.
Monday. April 1937. 7?*
i following described real estate: |tw
fn Sinlthville Township, located in
* City of Southport. Beginning at j
point in the east line of Howe J
*eet 139 feet southwardly from the,
Jtheast corner of Howe and Moore ry
eels, C. E; Clause's northwest cor-.
r; runs thence parallel to Moore j
eet eastwardly with the Gauge:
e 66 feet: thence southwardly. r
rallel to Howe Street 41 feet to'
; Anna B. Thompson northwest I mo
ner; thence eastwardly. parallel *t)
Moore Street 66 feel to an alley;,;..'
nice northwardly with said alley,. hi
rallel to Howe Street 80 feet to the1 *
tier of the bank property; thence j..
stwardly. parallel to Moore street,
Howe Street; thence southwardly j
th the east line of Howe Street .*
feet to the beginning.
)ated and i>Osted. this the 25th e'V;
y of March. 1937.
\ ED TAYLOR. Guardian of J"*
mes Stanley, Mortgagee. 4-21-c
DHKCI.OSIKE SALE OF HEAL *
Jnder and by virtue of the power
sale contained in that certain wot
rtgage deed made and executed <ou
C. T. Bozeman and wife A. E, Jas
zeman, to M. E. Tripp, mort- p
geo, for $590.92, dated the 1st! sid?
y of January, 1928, duly recorded how
Book Xo. 48. at page 159, in the, gre
ice of the Register of Deeds of j the
Linswick county, to which refer-. poll
e is hereby especially made. De-l<leg
lit having been made in the pay- the
nt of the indebtedness therein de- pol
ibed, the undersigned L. C. Tripp, i 741,
ninistrator of the estate of M. E. \\i|
PP. will offer for sale at public [ the
Mlon to the highest bidder for cash j njn
the courthouse door in the City ies>
Southport, and the county of! 1
iinswlck, 011 ! \i,|
Saturday. April 24. 1637.
12 o'clock noon, the following ues-1
bed piece or parcel of lain I lying Hoi
1 being in Brunswick counly. X..
and bounded and described as! ?
lows, to-wit: 4??legi
lining at a stake. Sellers' cor- \
\ runs thence 219 yards to a stake "1
Sellers line; thence, about north 1
l?oles to a stake In Sellers line: ]
nee 219 yards with the Sellers
? to the west corner; thence 90
es to the beginning, containing,
enty acres, more or less.
>ated and posted, this 24th day
L. i\ TRIPP. Administrator
the estate ot' .M. K. Tripp, deceased /
B. Frink and Hobert \V. Davis. ^
orneys for Mortgagee. 4-28-c
A II >11 \ I ST It A T( IK'S WOT ICE 1
laving qualified 'as administrator J -?
the estate of C. L. Stevens, de-j
sed, late of Brunswick county,
rth Carolina. This is to notify all ?
sons having claims against the +
ale of said deceased to exhibit l J
m to the undersigned at Southport.
C.. or or before the 1 Stli day of'
rch, 1938, or this notice will be
aded in bar of their recovery. All ?
sons indebted to said estate will 1
use make immediate payment. 1
'Ills, 12th day of March, 1937.
A. E. STEVENS, Administrator j
of C. L. Stevens, Southport. N. C.
Ed Taylor, Attorney. 4-21-c I COM
,A| ISSION K ICS SALE *
'iuler and by virtue, of the decree
the Superior Court, said state and
nly. in an action entitled "The
leral Land Bank of Columbia, vs. 1
)mas F. Johnson, et al., defend- i I
s." dated April 19, 1937, the un-j
signed commissioner will expose at f
die. sale, for cash, to. the. highest i
dei at noon oil I Tj
May null. 1937,
the Court House door. Southport. A
c., the following described real
ite, described in a mortgage giv- '
by George W. Swain and wife. ?
de E. Swain, to the Federal Land j &
nk of Columbia. Columbia, S. C., 1
orded in Book 3U, at page 29?I.
,11 those certain pieces, parcels or
r*ts of laud containing 53% acres
I 110 acres, mote or less, situate, _
ig and being' in Town Creek
vnship, near Winnabow Station, 1
ing such shape, metes, courses
1 distances as will more fully apr
by reference to a plat thereof i
ile by E. B. Hewett. county sur- '
or for Brunswick county. North! |
onna, August i si II. wmcn i
l in oil file with the Federal Land J
ik of Columbia. The 53% acre I I
t being bounded on the north by | f
lands of George \V. Swain and l
Smith: on the east by the lands I
I). L. Gore; on the south by the \ I
Is of W. A. Swain and on the ! f >
it by the lands of A. W. Simmons. I I
s being the same tract of land i i
veyed to the said George W.! '
lin by J. F. Swain, by deed dated! T
ober 24th. 1910, and recorded
office of the Register of Deeds
Brunswick County. X. C.. in
k No. 28. at page No. 430, refer- >
a to which is hereby made,
he 110 acre tract bounded on the
ih by the lands of I. S. Willetts;
the east by the lands of 1. D.
relson and D. L. Gore; on the,
th by the lands of George \V.
tin. and on the west by the lands
A. Smith, it being the same tract ,
land conveyed to George W. Swain
W. ?M. Willetts and wife, H. J.
letts, by deed dated March 6th, ___
i. and recorded in Book No. 32.
page No. 400, in the office of the j "?
ister of Deeds for Brunswick
nty. North Carolina, reference to
nh is hereby made,
he successful bidder will be reed
to place $100 with the comdoner
as earnest money under
his April 19th. 1937.
C. ED TAYLOR,
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF
i accordance with the judgment
lered In Re: Southport Building
Loan Association vs. E. W.
ncer, et ale., the undersigned
imissioner having been aiipointed
make sale in said cause, I will i
r for sale to the highest bidder L
cash at public auction at the ^
/ORKS UNDER HI
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runs plenty smooth.
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3AY, APRIL 21. 1937
ithport, North Carolina. I
Saturday. i2nd day 01 ?la>, p^;
twelve o'clock noon. .1 j,
tions in the above ? .rn.-.l _ F
nt the following >i ct,
piece or parcel of l.i
J being in the Si '
ia. County of Brun? am .. r*l'
i ami described as : ?lI.. ,
rth Line of Brut
i southeast cornet ?
metlv Casandra tli
ich "lot vvas convey..; ^
tier Thompson. nt: ..
degrees. 40' minute v..a
stake: which i?.
ithwardly from We
west wardly parallel
eet 30 feet to a
Ith 13 degrees 10 mil ut
.5 feet to tlic north
k Street, to an ir?>n
itwariily with the
jnswiclc Street 3"
ning. and being ! ,
iveyed to F. \ , ,
tier Thompson m . (
Ml by deed >
r>k 37. at page I . |
insuick county. t" 1
hereby es|iei tally < A
>ated and posted. AA
ROISKKT V ;.w .
FOHECLOSIKE >ui vt ]
ESTATE MllKli. \|.I
'nder and by virile
rtgage deed dan.i
ril. 1914. by and v H
mnions and 4
wife, lo Richmond : . | I
rtgage being d'd\
,k 33. at page
jnswirk fount>. A
ing been in id. in i Iff
debt therein d.-. f I
foe sale in tin' it' /
h al public ate i / A
ise door in lb'- t'd> |
insvvick county. N- '
nlurilay. 32nd day ni M.n. t
12:30 o'clock I' M
cribed lot. tract,
land lying and 1'. I... i.
ids Folly Township
lily, antl bounded 1 i
leginidng at a stak.
f of the Wilntiiigtoi
n road, runs thetici i... >
es west li'.2 poles to
pee north ii0',> den. ?s
10' a stake: iher>. i
recs east 9K |ioles to a .
nee south lit'1 a dec!" 1 H
PS to a cypress: in
degrees east Id M
fmliigloit and IJe. i::. B
nee wild said V
g, coiitainiug 125
latetl and |tosted tins
''ituTiiioxn i:.M.i.<i\\ \v.
.\bu i -.111
,ert W. Davis, Ailoim->
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