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THE PILOr, a Paper With Character, Vass, North Carolina.
Friday, November 9, i92g
Where We Can Help
BIG DEEP WELL
Have you lost anything? |
Do you wish to employe anyone? j
Are you seeking employment?
Have vou a second-hand car to sell ? !
Do you want to buy one? !
In short, what have you you don’t |
want or what do you want you haven’t'
The easiest, simplest and most m-
expensive way to get rid of what you
don’t want or get what you do is
through classified advertisements.
Ten cents a line is all it costs to
advertise in this way. (Minimum
charge, twenty-five cents.)
Classified advertisements are read.
They bring results.
Address The Pilot, Vass, N. C., and
enclose twenty-five cents in stamps
for not more than twenty words. Fig
ure seven words to a line for longer
advertisements. Rates for display
advertising on application.
Any kind—Showcard to Electric
Roof and Signs.
SWIFT’S SANDHILL SIGN SHOP
Grey Bldg. Southern Pines
Tulips, Jonquils, Narcissus and other
high-grade flow’er bulbs at reason
able prices. Our special offer: Dar
win tulips, finest mixed, at 40 cents
a dozen or $3 for one hundred.
Postafre extra. J. H. Monger, San
ford, N. C. 10—12, 19.
STRAIGT SALARY; $35.00 per week
and expenses. Man or woman with
rig to introduce EGG PRODUCER.
Eureka Mfg. Co., East St. Louis,
FOR RENT—Seven room house \vith
three acres land in Vass. Write
Mrs. Florence Thomas, 511 N.
Spruce St., Winston-Salem, N. C.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I am now in position to make small
ftrst or second mortgage loans on bus
iness or residence property in the
towns of Vass and Cameron. J. Vance
Bowe, Attorney, Aberdeen, N. C.
DR. L. M. DANIELS
Office First Floor Hotel Elberta
Telephone Southern Pines
DR. GEORGE G. HERR
Mudgett Building. Southern Pines.
DR. E. W. BUSH
Southern Pines, N. C.
FOR SALE — Lovely Chrysanthe
mums. Several different colors.
Come see them. Mrs. E. J. Till
man, Vass, N. C. On Highway 50.
WOOD FOR SALE
PINE AND OAK.
Cut any length.
Phone CoHnection. Carthage, N. C.
Sales and Service
Plenty of Water Found Under
500 Feet of Hardest
FAR BELOW SEA LEVEL.
When the Mountain Ice Company
commenced the construction of its big
ice plant at Aberdeen it did several
things that are of gipeat benefit to the
community. The first was to distribute
the large sum of money involved in
paying the big army of hands en
gaged all summer, which money scat
and are the biggest opening probably j
in the State so far below sea level. I
The Mountain Ice Company has set-'
tied the question of deep water at
Aberdeen, and Dowdy & Butler have
shown that heavy equipment, ingen
uity and persistence can get the wa
ter, no matter how hard or thick the
covering over it.
ion of J. H. Fry lands. Begin
ning at a stake, white oak and
pine pointers, in the Daniel Fry
line, running thence as said line
South 71 West 19.90 chains to a
stake, maple and hickory point
ers, a comer of Lot No. 2, in said
division; thence as that line South
2 West 9 chains to a stake in the
hedge row by a large post oak;
thence East 16 chains to a stake
by two maple pointers in Jerry
Chisholm’s line; thence as that
line North 10 East to the first
station containing 19 acres, more
j Place of Sale: Carthage, N. C.,
Offers Outlet to Much New Ter-j Courthouse Door.
ritory as Well as the Old | of Sak: Hour of Noon, No-
Settlements. i Terms of Sale; Cash.
j PINEHURST FINANCE CORPO-
Per Johnson & Johnson, Attorneys.
Oct. 19-26 Nov. 2-9.
New Road to Southern
Pines Country Club
Another pronounced indication ofj
the eastward movement of develop- j
ment in the Weymouth section of
Southern Pines is the plan to widen*NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
tered throughout the business world | grade thte Indiana avenue exten
of the community. The second
20.70 chs. to a stake and pine
pointers on South side of said
road, a comer of 100 acres grant
ed to John Campbell; thence S.
45 E. 9.90 chs. to a pine stump
three pine pointers; thence S. 11
E. 5 chs. to the edge of a branch
then down the various courses of
said branch about 10 chs. the line
of the M. Morrison’s 50 acres,
then as that line S. 80 W. 19 chs to
a stake and pine (now down)
pointers; then S. 10 E. 10 chs. to
the first corner of said 50 acres,
then as the first line of it N. 80
E. 50 chs. to a stake and pine
pointers, its second comer; then
as another line of it N. 10 W. 10
chs.; thence N. 30 E. 1 ch. to the
road, a comer of a 17 3-5 acres
sold from this original tract to
P. L. Gardner January 20, 1903,
recorded in Book 28, page 306,
thence as his line reversed N. 5
E. 14 chs. 70 links to a stake;
formerly between two pines n
Mclnnis’ comer; then W. 8 chs
to a stake and pointers in side of
a branch; then N. 8.70 chs. to a
stake between two pine pointers-
thence N. 11 W. chs; thence V
23 E. 39.50 chs. to a water oak"
thence to the beginning corner
containing 377 acres more or less^
This is the same tract of land a«
was conveyed by J. D. Mclver and
wife to Nancy E. Stevens, dated
December 12, 1882, and recorded
the second time in Moore Count”
Records Book 89, page 363, om
the 19th day of February, 1923.
Place of Sale: Carthage^ N. C
j Time of Sale: Hour of Noon, No-
I vember 19, 1928.
I Terms of Sale: Cash,
i PINEHURST FINANCE CORPO.
I RATION, Assignee.
I Per Johnson & Johnson, Attornev-
! Oct. 19-26 Nov. 2-9.
L i Under and by virtue of the power
was j from Highland avenue, just be- i contained in a certain mort-
fche establishment of a bitr concern' lo^'^ the Highland Pines Inn, to the gage deed executed bv W. R. Haynes
in the Sandhills to care for Sandhills I j“«rtion with one of the roads lead-' and wife, Lizzie C- Hay’es in favor §
needs, and the third was the provins-;ing into the Country Club property in the officf of th^^
of a fine supply of underground water! Grover place. That is i Deeds of Moore County,
below the hard rock that is tb.0 base-1 ®f the oldest loads of the neigh- JSiorth Carolina, in Book 46 at page
ment floor of the Aberdeen basin. , horhood, and has been an inlet of 189; said mortprage having been duly
To make ice takes water and ®r less prominence since the assi^ed to Pinehurst Fmance Cot'>-
lo maKe ice takes watei, ana -o .p * . i,- ri i + oration with right of foreclosure; de-
niake ice on the scale practiced now turpentine ana lumDer out f^ult having been made in the pay-
at Aberdeen takes a lot of water. To ^hat way. Then it was appropriated ment of the indebtedness secured by
make Kood ice calls for good water.: hy the railroad that was surveyed out said mortgage and the powers of sale
In these davs of close scrutinv of Coast Line thirty years aeo, therein contained havin^g become ope-
in tne^e aajs ox ciose sciuiiny oi , , ,, -i , \ U rative, the said Pinehurst Finance
everything that is used for human when the railroad fell down it Corporation will sell at public auction
c'onsumption good ice is as essential ; country road for keeps. It at the Courthouse door in the Town |
as good water. So the ice compan.\ has been widened in some places, but of Carthaj.'ie, N. C., at the hour of i ♦♦
decided to drill a deeo well to Dio- from Highland road it is still narrow November,
dacitiea to aim a aeep wen to pio- i. . il928, the following described real es-
cure a supply from far down in the most places. tate, to-wit:
rocks. Past experience argued against i Southern Pines, Weymouth and the Lying and being in Moore
the likelihood of a satisfactory su|*- Country Club will join in making a County, State aforesaid, in Me
ply in the basin, but Uowdy & But- big broad and substantial road, as it
ler, who have drilled many deep wells will be the main entry to a large area
, in this part of the State, were called in the Country Club building- section.
; in, and they undertook to sink an and it will also open in better manner
eight inch hole that wt>uld find watei-. a bunch of the fine building sites that
Last Saturday they pumped ort‘ the Weymouth has in that vicinity. It
! head in the hole which is 545 feet will be the chief inlet to the area
deep and they could not lower the when* Robinson is establishing his
supply in the hole when taking out country place, and one of the main
40 gallons a minute. But it was no roads to the whole neighborhood at
easy job, and at times the question the head of James Creek, which is
arose as to whether the task was likely to undertake some development
likely to win a reward for the hard before very long. The road will also
wook. B'or when the drill got down provide a further route to the lands
less than 100 feet it ran into granite, in the Fort Brajrir Ix^undary now
; and it stayed there almost all the reached by the old Raeford road ex-
: rest of the way. Drilling an eight- clusively.
inch hole in solid granite rock over The expectation of those who seem
, 400 feet is a slow process, and for know l)est is that the improvement
several months the 2,500 pound string «f this road will be followed by the
of tools has been bobbing up and sale ..f many building sites and a
uown, pounding its way slowly number of new homes out in that
: through the hard rock, until it tapped quarter.
a softer seam of micaceous schists,
and water came in in sufficient vol
ume to tiow over the top of the cas
ing at the surface of the ground.
On two or three occasions the tools
were lost in the well. To fish out
half a ton of heavy steel from the
NOTICE OF FOKECI.OSI RE SAU:
Neill’s Township. Adjoining the
lands of P. L. Gardner, W. T.
Pulliam, W. C. Smith, D. Mclnnis
and Lakeview Company and oth
ers, and bounded as follows:
Beginning at a Sweet Gum on
the South side of Lower Little
River and runs thence N. 15 ch.
crossing the river to a post oak
and pine pointer, a corner of 61
acres granted to I). B. Black;
thence as a line of that, W. 7.90
chs. to a stake, two gums and a
hickory pointer; thence as the
other line of its S. 29 E. 2.G0 chs.
to a stake, post oak and red oak
pointers; thence as another line
of it S. Cl W. 15.10 chs. crossing
the river to a stake two gums
and maple pointers in a line of the
John M. McLendon 100 acres;
thence as a line of it N. 75 W.
11.90 chs. to a stake two post
oaks and w'hite oak pointers, a
corner of said 100 acres; thence
S. 1.) W. 31.63 chs. to another
comer of it, a stake and small
pine pointer in the east end of
Whortleberry Pond; thence as a
of the above named 61 acres,
S. 7 W . 29.40 chs. to a stake black
jack and three pine pointtrs by
the ridge path or road a corner
of the McDonald land; thence as
said ridge road about N. 82 E.
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a certain deed of
trust made by Cad Gibson to J. Talbot
Johnson, Trustee for Pinehurst Fi-
nance Corporation, on the 3rd day of
Southern Pines, N. C,
You notice how every influence is
swinging toward Weymouth in devel
opment. Draw a circle with the High
land Pines Inn as a center, and within
a half mile from the Inn you have the
bulk of the new work going on in this
Weymouth Ridge is the home loca
tion for Southern Pines.
S. B. RICHARDSON, Inc.
Arcade Building, Southern Pines.
bottom of a 400 feet hole, or deeper, September, 1027, and recorded in
as was necessary in the last case, is
no job to be desired. But it was done.
And fiHally the water was found.
Book 47 at Page 247, in the office of
the Register of Deeds of Moore
County. North Carolina, and being
given to secure a certain note therein
It is important to know that even described.
if the way to get water is to go down And Whereas, there was default in
through 500 feet of granite it can be payment of said note under the
J ,, 1 * I J . • terms therein provided, and bv rea-
found theie under the Abeideen basin, default, the holders there-
I and of a quality that is extremely of have requested the sale of the lands
i soft, free from minteral impurities, in said deed of trust described.
I clear, cool, and of the highest tvpe for undersigned Trustee
I f 1 ‘ 1 1 "'*1* *^^'1 at public auction to the last
ice making, for any domestic need, and highest bidder for cash, at the
for any kind of manufacturing that courthouse door of Moore County, at jt
■needs water in such quantities as deep 12 o’clock noon, on Friday, November : **
wells can supply. The Mountain Ice that certain tract of land ly-I
-4-^1 1 • ] 1 i-u . being in Mineral Springs'
Company have dehnitely decided that Township, Moore County, North Car-
under Aberdeen is plenty of the best olina, and more particularly described
type of water, and although it is hard and defined as follows:
W. H. MUMFORD, Dealer.
Southern Pines, N. C.
to reach it is of the right kind and
quantity when it is obtained.
I The bottom of the deep well at
Aberdeen is 205 feet below the level
I of the sea. While the well at Pine
hurst some years ago, which found
water at 730 feet, is a deeper well
than that at Aberdeen the Aberdeen
I well goes farther below sea level, as
I Pinehurst is 650 feet above the sea
! and Aberdeen at the ice plant only
339. This shows that even at the
j depth of over 200 feet below sea level
! the water is still fresh and of high
quality This is also borne out at the
mines of the Carolina Coal Company
at Coal Glen, where the workings are
now fully 400 feet below sea level.
J. N. POWELL
East Broad St. Southern Pines.
Morning Class for
Organized Athletics and
Games for Boys and
Girls of all ages.
MRS. M. A. HAYES
CoMiecticut Atc., Soutbero Pin**.
NONDNENTS & TOHBSTONES
If you are interested in Monu
ments or Tombstones, write
Rocidngham Narble Works
ROCiONGHAN, N. C.
JOHN B. KENNEDY
High Fall, N. C.
Being and known as Lot No. 3.
Deeded to Isaiah Short by Frank
Ratcliff the 1st day of December,
1909, and recorded in the Regis
ter’s office of Moore County, N.
C., in Book 45 of deeds, page 481.
Bej?inning at the third comer
of Lot No. 2, runninjGT thence
South 7 East 84 links; thence
South 83 West 6 chains; thence
North 7 West 84 links; thence
North 83 E. 6 chains to the be
ginning, containing 1-2 acre, more
or less. Being the identical land
described in deed dated April 10,
1914 from Isaiah Short and wife,
to Cad Gibson, duly recorded in
the office of the Register of Deeds
of Moore County in Book 60, page
Place of Sale: Courthouse Door,
Carthage, N. C.
Time of Sale: 12 o’clock Noon, Fri
day, November l6, 1928.
Terms of Sale: Cash.
J. TALBOT JOHNSON,
Trustee for Pinehurst Finance Corp
Per Johnson & Johnson, Attorneys.
Oct. 19-26 Nov. 2-9.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
Aberdeen North CmroUna.
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a certain mort
gage deed executed by J. C. Rosser,
in favor of N. A. Fry, dated October
1, 1927, and recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds of Moore Coun
ty, North Carolina, in Book 46, at
page 209; said mortgage having been
duly assigned to Pinehurst Finance
Corporation with right of foreclos
ure; default having been made in the
pa3rment of the indebtedness secured
by said mortgage and the powers of
sale therein contained having become
operative, the said Pinehurst Finance
Corporation will sell at public auc
tion at the Court House door in the
Town of Carthage, N. C., at the hour
of noon, on the 19th day of Novem
ber, 1928, the following deeeribed
real estate, to-wit:
Lying and being in Moore
County, State of North Carolina,
in Carthage Township, and de
scribed aB follows:
Being Lot No. 8, in the Divis-
Tobacco Prices Higher
at Aberdeen Market
Friday, the closing day of the market last week,
saw over 175,000 pounds of Leaf sold at Saunder’s Ware
Large Quantities of the Product sold above $40 a
hundred and some of it reached $75 a hundred.
Farmers say they are getting the best returns of
any season since the World War, and that they get bet
ter figures at Aberdeen than anywhere else they have
tried out tobacco.
Tobacco is coming in now from a wider area, and
never was so much sold at Aberdeen as this fall.
If you want all the money your leaf is worth bring
it to Aberdeen, where the prices top the market, and
good tobacco is recognized and paid for at its real value.
B. B. Saunders Warehouse