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Friday, November 9, 1928.
THE PILOT, a Paper With Character, Yafls, Nmifi CatMjUu
r * ^ Europe. Men of alljtion. We should search our hearts,
a lona ities, of all creeds, fought and | weigh our motives, and seek to banish
le s ou er and shoulder. Differ-1 from our livesi those unwholesome
ences of personal opinion faded into j traits which tend to make good citi-
insignificance. In that great melt-1 zenship. If we do this, we will
^g-pot, humanity refined its gold and j emerge better equipped to serve hu-
discarded its dross. One purpose dom- j manity and fight the battles of peace
2140 ft. to the beginning, contain
ing 117.38 acres, more or less,
excepting Aberdeen & Rockfish R.
R. right of way.
Place of Sale: Court House Door, more particularly described
Carthage, N. C. ilows:
Says Day Should Be Day of
Serious Rejoicing and In
date NOVEMBER ELEVEN.' City of Raleigh, this the ; pany, Trustee.
, mocracy and universal brotherhood. 1st day of November, in the year of i Per Johnson & Johnson, Attys.
I,' the People of North Carolina: | , ^ aS^ain becomes my duty, under our Lord one thousand nine hundred j 30.
Ten years ago a broken world laid i proclamation and twenty-eight, and in the one hun-' NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE
aside the implements of war and! official recognition to the dred and fifty-second year of our State of North Carolina,
The f November. But this American independence. County of Moore.
IS more than a duty. It is a sacred ANGUS W. McLEAN, hereby given that under
privilege. As we approach this tenth ^ . ^ ^y virtue of an execution directed
land lying, being and situated in Mc
Neill’s Township, Moore County,
North Carolina, adjoining; lands of
Bilyeu and Van Lindley, and being
Time of Sale: 12 o’clock noon, De-
mated the hearts of those who pre-'wth clean hands and pure hearts. I Tt^®^k“gh^BanWng''& Trust Com-
:;imed its face toward peace.
f'gTiing-, of the Armistice on Novem-
11, 1918, followed the most san-
v.inary struggle in the history of the! that significant event
Governor of North Carolina, to me from the Clerk of the Superior
.. ^ - — Court of Moore County, North Caro-
..man race. For four years Europe'^ took place in the fall of 1918, lNQj‘j(^g Qp poRECI OSIIRF SAIF ' ^ tj case of L. E. Pender vs.;
.a been bathed in Wood. While the'^,,3^^ serious con-! ^ !^ll"ole"r’’?o"r
,,:tual fighting was confined for the; ^ , day really] Under and by virtue of the power' before the Court House door of Moore
■ost part to that continent, the ef-' prepare their hearts for, of sale contained in a certain deed ot, County, at Carthage, North Carolina,
-^ots of that strufi-ffle were fplt' ^ fitting observance. To do this, we!*^?st executed by Reid A. Page and i Monday, December 3, 1928, at 12
Vvmio-hnnt the rpalm nUriv banish from our minds all Nancy S. Page, to the Raleigh | o’clock noon to the hig^hfest bidder for
hroupfhout the realm of civilization.! . mmds all Banking & Trust Company, Trustee ^ash all of the right, title and inter-
- was a world experience. our differ- for the First Carolinas Joint Stockiest that the defendant, H. C. Buchan i
America’s participation in the fight r®”^embering that those who Land Bank o fColumbia, dated No-i has, or had at the tinie ('f the docket-
supremacv, waged between aiitn shores of America to do bat- and recorded in the ‘ ing of said judgment in and to all of
J j ’ , , 'tie for democracv knpw nr. office of the Register of Deeds of > that certain piece, parcel or lot of
.-.cy and democracy, undoubtedly ^
..>tened its conclusion. We called they were all moved i No. 44 at page 347; default having
result a victory. From a mater- sublime motives. | been made in the payment of the
■ standpoint it was; but unless the' the i Trrd^'^he" h“"th^^ , -
■iitual ideals of those whose souls Sabbath. Hence, its observance must elected to declare the full indebted-! H
Beginning at an iron pipe, Bi-
yeu’s comer of 16 1-4 acres on J.
Van Lindley's line and runs thence
with Van Lindey’s ine S. 80 1-2
E. 995 ft. to an iron pipe, Van
Lindey's comer; thence N. 76 1-4
E. 330 ft. to a stake, Monroe's and
now Scott’s comer; thence N. 51
1-2 W. 330 ft. to a stake, Scott’s
comer on the south edge of the
old Manly-Curryville road; thence
with the line of the E. McN. Blue
and J. P. Monroe grants N. 13 E.
1042 ft. to a stake pine pointers
on the south edge of the Scott’s
road; thence N. 75 1-2 E. for 367
ft. to a stake in a bottom. Blue’s
and Monroe’s comer, now Scott’s;
thence N. 25 W. 1079 ft. to a
stake. Blue and Monroe’s corner
on a line of 640 acres granted to
Catherine McLean; thence with
that line, now Scott’s S. 88 3-4
W. 1825 ft. to a stake in Bilyeu’s
line; thence south 6 1-4 W. 2424
ft. to the beginning, containing
99 acres, more or less, and being
a portion of the lOO acres granted
to E. McN. Blue.
Said sale beang m^e for the poi^
pose of satisfying said judgment.
Date of Sale: Monday, December
Hour of Sale: 12 o'clock noon.
Place of Sale: Court House Door,
Carthlage, North Carolina.
Terms of Sale: Cash.
R. G. FRY,
Sheriff of Moore County.
Nov. 9, 16, 23, 30.
If you need anything in
watches, clocks or jewelry of
any kind don’t fail to see
V. T. Tarlton, Jeweler.
Aberdeen North Carolina.
^ e dedicated to the cause of world be conducted in a dignified manner'”®®^ payable under the terms,.,
ace shall prevail, the millions who and for the most part in houses nf provisions set forth and provided t|
Uh9f] in Fnrnnp Hi'prl ir. i u- o , nouses of m said deed of trust, and having re-
V u u ^ ^worship. Secular and military cele- quested the said Trustee to foreclose
Aitn the Great war a decade be- brations will follow on Monday. ^^e said deed of trust by reason of
.1 us. we are confronted today with u • 4. i. -^i default, and said deed of trust
peace-time problems. The hard-i ^ I consistent with their being subject to foreclosure, and the
^ and mMvflti'nnc . i, service, I respectfully urge power of sale therein being operative,
f should the ministers of the various churches ^^e undersigned Trustee will offer for
•e taught us self-mastery. jc make such reference to Armistice >^ash, at public auction, at
‘ there remains among us a spirit: Day as they may deem proper and Town
“diXriry”"''* congregation.. Counry, S. £ on the 10th day of
dneisified viewpoints that must committed to their charge to observe I^eceniber, 1928, the
lys exist among a free people; if a period of silence, from U o’clock
'■put o brotherhood has not been;until two minutes past eleven Thi-
uioted to a point where we can should in no way interfere with anv
ji-ee and, at the same time, exer-1 service but will constitute a splendid
- a spirit of tolerance; if mdivid-1 preface to regular worship. This pe-
hfferences of opmion are to bring' riod of silence should be spent in
at internal strife and conflict, then prayer and meditation; prayer for
■ > ness is the shrine at which we those in whose hearts the wounds of
of Carthage, Moore
? 10th day of
‘hip and the blood that was spilled
' ehalf of universal liberty and free-
n of thought has lost its spiritual
war have not yet healed, and medita
tion on the grave problems which con
front this Christian nation today.
, Armistice Day should not be a day
mposite humanity comprised the j of mourning but one of rejoicing; not
.e> that marched forth on the j a day of boasting but of introspec-
It won’t be long now till we will be in
our new store on Steele Street, next
door to Rose's 5 and 10 cents store, and
at our old stand we will run a real bar
gain store, selling our old stock odds and
ends and move our new stock to the new
store. Come to see us either at new or
Stroud & Hubbard
The Shoe and Hosiery Store.
Sanford, N. C.
Corner Bennett Street and New Hampshire Avenu*.
SOUTHERN PINES, NORTH CAROLINA.
Centrally Located One Block from the Post Office,
Theatre, Stores and City Park.
New and Up-to-Date, Large Sunny Rooms, Well Fur^
iiished, Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water in Each Room.
Excellent Northern Cooking.
A. S. RUGGLES
17 South Bennett Street Southern Pines, N. C.
SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
A hotel which offers the best of
everything—mid south—half way
between New York and Florida—
on main line Seaboard Air Line R.
R.; also on Federal Highway No. 1.
Open November 20th to May 1st.
CREAMER & TURNER, Props.
FIRST TRACT: That tract of
land beginning at a stake by a
pine stump, John Blue, J. A. Mc-
Keithen and N. A. Blue’s corner;
running with N. A. Blue’s (now
Henry M. Blue’s) line N. 2 1-2 E.
544 ft to stake; thence with Blue’s
line N. 2 E. 3o2 ft. to stake in
line; N. 2 E. 1004 ft. to stake in
road; thence with road S. 81 E.
1140 ft. to stake, N. A. Blue’s and
Tom Kelly’s corner; thence with
Kelly’s line N. 76.30 E. 35.5 feet
to pine stump in Kelly’s corner;
thence S. 22.30 E. 280.5 feet to
stake in road, Johnson’s corner;
thence with Johnson’s line S. 79
E. 584 ft. to pine stump near a
pond, Johnson’s corner; thence N.
52 E. 157 feet to stake, dogwood
pointers Dock Ray’s corner in
Johnson’s line; thence with Ray’s
line N. 2 E. 35 ft. to stake in
Dock Ray’s corner on Flora Mc-
Xeill's Lne: thnnce with McNeill’s
line S. 37.30 W. 947 ft. to stake,
dogwooti and red oak pointc*s, Mc
Neill and I). J. Campbell’s corner;
Thence S. 34 W. 1104 ft. with D.
J. Campbell’s new line to stake
in Campbell’s line; thence N. 84
\V. 403 fet. to stake, sourwood
pointer in Campbell’s field, Camp
bell’s corner; thence with Mc-
Keilhen (now Blue’s) line N. 83.
80 W. 677 ft. to stake, H. M.
Blue’s corner and McKeithen’s
corner; thence N. 1.45 E. 211 ft.
to stake, McKeithen’s corner;
thence with McKeithen’s line S.
88.37 W. 2700 ft. to the begin
ning, containing 171 acrcs, more
SECOND TRACT: That tract
of land located about one mile
east from the Town of Aberdeen,
and known as the C. N. Blue
Farm, and lying between the
Aberdeen-Raeford hard clay road
and Aberdeen & Rockfish R. R.;
beginning at a stake on the south
edge of Aberdeen-Raeford hard
clay road at the northwest corner
of 10 acres conveyed to C. N.
Blue by John Blue; thence with
John Blue’s line and the line of
said 10 acres S. 33 W. 388 ft. to
the center of the Aberdeen &
Rockfish R. R. track; thence with
said Railroad track S. 23 1-2 E.
1400 ft.; thence S. 73 1-2 W. 52
ft. to an iron bar, the southeast
corner of 6.95 acres converted to
W. A. Blue by C. N. Blue; thence
containuing S. 73 1-2 W. 592 ft.
to an iron bar, the northwest
corner of 13.9 acres conveyed to
C. N. Blue by W. A. Blue; thence
with a line of it S. 16 E. 2380 ft.
to a stake in John Blue’s line of
the John B. Graham tract; thence
with the Old Graham line N. 30
1-4 E. 3510 ft. to a pine stump,
John Blue’s comer and a comer
of the John Campbell 50 acres;
thence with Rev. G. M. Daniels
line N. 19 E. 600 ft. to the said
Aberdeen-Raeford hard clay road;
thence with it towards Aberdeen
On Knollwood Heights
Big Winter Ahead
Everything takes a holiday during’ election week.
But now that election is over it is worth while to cast an eye
at Knollwood. The first year of the development of the Heights
has been the most remarkable movement this section has ever seen.
With the momentum that has been giv
en by the closing year of work there, and
the start which has been gained, it is fas
cinating to guess what will be the record
that is now starting for the second year.
Many new owners are now taking a
hand in improving and building, and de
veloping and beautifying their property.
A year ago Knollwood, Incorporated,
was the sole agency in the task of bring
ing the ridge to its greatest possibilities.
Now nearly a dozen home-owners are
spending money and effort to create es
tablishments that will add to the settle
ment, and one quick trip through the tract
will show the surprising results.
Knollwood Heights in the closing year
has recruited to its army of progressive
ness the owners of 107 building sites, and
of all the houses that have been built in
that period or are building or projected.
That is a right powerful army.
All these influences will be working for every new buyer
who joins the Knollwood Heights Colony.
Secure your building site from—
PINEHURST, N. C.
Or Any Accredited Real Estate Agent
in Southern Pines, Aberdeen or Pinehurst.
Jne of these William
son Boiler Plate fur
naces will insure com-
[fortable warmth for
jmany years to come.
They are constructed to bum
wood, coal or oil.
Elmer E. Davis
Repairing, Roofing, Tin and
Sheet Metal Work.
The reason some people seem so prosperous under all
conditions is often because they have money at work for
them. They have saved a reasonable portion of their
earnings and placed it in the bank on interest. They are
then assured of a certain definite income every year.
You have to work for your money. Then make your
money work for you. Two dollars per week placed in a
savings account every year for ten years wOl amount with
interest to over $1,300.00. Can you not save two dollars
We pay 4 per cent interest and compound the interest
quarterly. We would be pleased to have you open an
account with us.
THE bank of VASS
VASS, N. C