BwfDNESDAY, JULY 7, 19?
I and Mrs. Clarence Turner,
^B' I.-. Wolfe, Mrs. W. M.
mhI son. Loon, all of Shcl.
spending: a few days here
Sir. rind Mrs. R. M. Wolfe.
I Mi ami Mrs. J. P. Pnrpless,
H, p i?-?t:h. spent the Fourth of
hero with his parents. Mr.
Mrs. Price Furpless.
I m; and Mrs. Price Furpless,
Mrs. J. P. Furpless and
. it L. Furpless were
^B at Myrtle Beach and 1
. r.s Puntjny.
m m m
I > F. Watts, of New York, j
^B last week to spend his
^B i here with his family.
W. . Faulk and ehil- j (
Chester, S. C., are vis- L
H ,m s.-ses Margaret, cklna and
I ad jfrs.* John W. Full- |
ad sons, of Wilmington, j
1 st week-end here with
- I .
I Mrs Elizabeth Pickens, of i
is visiting Mr. and ;
^B Rebort W. Davis.
I Swain, of Wilming^B
a; last week-end with his |
^B Mi ises Vera and Dorothy!
i "so Coleman, who is em- s
H at olds'ooro, spent last (
liere with his family. (
B M l-uiu Lamb and two sons.
\t arrived this week to \
H Mis. Elizabeth A. Finch. .
iMier of Mrs. Lamb. | r
I and Mrs. S. H. Bobbins
children. of Washington, are1
Mrs. Athalia St. George. I,
I". l.iliie Williams spent last!?
I in Wilmington w itli rel-1i
I" FK'h Mac Brown, of \
H U. and Arthur Brown. >
H humbcrton. spent last
!... n>! !??" ?> with their parents.
Reverend and Mrs. A .L. j
Hi': P I. Watson and dauphH
Miss Iconise Watson are |v
ndi . their vacation in Seven ;
I H r
H Mj O. C. Coleman and ehil >.
visiting relatives in Eol- j
^B..i this week. s
-Salunlay. .Inly 9-10
"TIMK OFT FOR
(Comedy Melodrama) i
I Claire Trevor and Michael
"RED HOT MUSIC"
I with Kiko The Kangaroo
^Monday-Tuesday, July VJ-13
B l.an Miiir. Beverly Roberts v
and Warren Hull
^fthort?"Oklahoma As Is"
^ Ned.-Thiirsilay, July 11-15
DODGE CITY TRAIL" |
I diaries starrett, Marion I
|fcww** JST* i RMHRi,
I For !
I MADE T(
I Shallotte Ti
Charles Swain and Teddy McKeithnn.
who are employed on a
Government Dredge in Mississippi,
are visiting relatives here. ?
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weeks s
:ind children, of Wilmington, are j
visiting relatives here this week.
Moses Potter, of Norfolk. Va., x
is visiting his mother, Mrs. Eliza- S
heth Potter. j
Mrs. Elizabeth Southerland is
spending this week in WilmingU>n
with her daughter, Mrs. L. D. 1
Tom Meshaw. Slim Osborne, j.
Irwin Rourk anil R. Taylor, em- s
ployees on the I". S. Dredge Com- 1
stock, of Atlantic City, N. J., c
ire spending their vacation here. 1
Miss Josephine Wolfe returned
home last week from Wilm- ^
ligton. where she has been visiting
. ? r
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cranmer,
Jr., or Shreveport, La., are visit- a
ng at the home of Judge and
Mrs. E. II. Cranmer, Sr.
Miss Mary Margaret Finch, of
fehulon. is visiting her grandmo- 'v
.her, Mrs. Elizabeth A. Finch. j
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Townsend .
ind little son. of Elizabethtown, ?
pent last week-end here with
.'apt. anil Mrs. .1. I. Davis, parmis
nf Mrs. Townsenil.
Little ' Misses Annis Jean
iVeeks and Barbara Weeks, ilaufilters
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. .
A'eeks. are visiting relatives in
Mrs. Ed. Denbo and two ehilIren.
of Indiana, are visiting ?
ilrs. Sarah Garrett, mother of u
tfrs. Dcubo. 11
Eddie Jelks left last week to
isit Edward Taylor at Blaelc "
Miss Frances Bellamy, who
s spending the summer in Slip- a
!spent part of this week here
\:th friends. 1
H. W. Hood, of the bureau of "
wights and measures, spent the
i.ist week-end here with his fa- '
Mrs. George P. Howey spent
ilonday and Tuesday with her ''
ion and daughter-in-law at Kures * '
? . - ,.
Charles Parker spent the past 1
veek-end here with his family. 11
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Colctrane, ?
if Greensboro, were week-end 11
isitors here. p
Mrs. S. M. Prouty and Stan- '
ey, Jr., of Boston. Mass.. are "
pending the summer with her 0
nother, Mrs. Britta Johnson.
. ? T
Mr and Mrs Charles Orrer 1
ml son spont the past week-end j'
"th relatives in Whiteville. t]
H. B. Smith, who holds a portion
with the Ethyl-Dow Chemcal
Co.. plant, spent the past s<
. eek-end here with his wife. J
Robert Griffin and Mr. Raley,
f Louisburg, visited the formr's
sister, Mrs. W. C. Reece, ?
ver the week-end. o
. . h
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruark c<
nd family, of Raleigh, visited tl
elatives here during the past k
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Carr and tl
l iquid. Tablets HKAIIACHF, jt
Salve. Noso Drops 30.Ml VITUS
Ill-si 1.1 nihi ell I S<
Sale jj I
) Flues I
^ FIT? > ffl
/ j j * |j ai
J ( 01
ua ran teed?
fading Co. j |
by, Prop. I jw
(By W. B. Keziah)
"Naturally, since he is in chat
;e of tlie project. I would like t
efer all questions to Mr. Thorn
is. I do not mind telling yo
hat we expect to go steadily o
rith .the reconditioning and de
eloprrfent of Fort Caswell," sai
>. O. Chase, of Santord. Fla
iresident of the Caswell Carolin
"Southport should be the N<
resort town of North Carolin;
Ve have all the natural advar
ages of making it so. I am leav
ng now. but it will always be nv
lome and I am coming back,
aid Dr. William S. Dosher as h
eft Friday for Boston where h
ntered the Boston City hospita
or a study of diseases of wo
"With all these visitors cominj
o Southport, I think our peopl
hould exhibit enough civic prid
o clean up their property am
nalce everything attractive. The;
hould do this without waitinj
,nd forcing the city to call thei
ttention to unsightly yards am
ats. I rejoice in seeing so man;
iouthport homes being paintei
nd repaired and hope this wori
.'ill go on." Tliis was Aldermai
oe Loughlin speaking in respon
e to a request for a one-minuti
aterview on some matter ii
hich lie was interested.
"Those rains we had in Bruns
irlv wpvp rcrlninlv pond ftnPS
oming at just the time whei
iiey mean much to our farmers
1'ith things as they are now am
' we have a good growing sea
on from now on. Brunswick i:
oing to make a bumper cro)
liis year." It is natural that thi
onditions of the crops should bi
ppcrmost in the mind of a far
ler: hence the above result:
rom a one-minute interview witl
ounty Commissioner John Wan
hich covered a most importan
' There should be no wholesali
nd heedless selling of timbei
inds, just because now it is thi
irst time in years that anyt
tiing has been offered for it
'here are many people buying
imber land who are much liki
fiese pinhookers on a tobacci
larket. speculators who worl
he farmers into selling at thi
iwest possible price and thei
urn around and dispose of wha
hey got from him at a hand
nmo profit to themselves,
hink our land owners should bi
lore interested in growing i
ood crop of young timber thai
1 selling it to the first pinhook
r who comes along." This ad
ice was from County Fire War
en Dawson Jones and it strike:
lis columnist as being worth;
f some thought.
You Bring The Ducks
"Please get us some minnows
know a place where there':
ast lots and lots of red fii
' ?I T Yaskell.
"Wait until tomorrow, I go
amething on my mind today."?
. W. Ruark.
( lad He's Pleased
"Southport offers the best sail
'ater fishing of any point or
ur coast. I am coming had
ere every time I get the chan
e. It is Southport's loss thai
lere are not more up-state fol
s who know something of the
pirt that can be had trolling
>r blue fish and mackerel or
re Cape Fear shoals."?Red Bo
:e, of Whiteville.
"It pleases me greatly to se(
j many Southport people engag:1
in the work of repairing
uilding or repainting homes. 1
ope the good work will continue
' it does it will not be long be
rre our little city will be pre
mting an appearance that w<
ill all be proud of and which
ill elicit the admiration of visors."?C.
Helped A Lot
"The Southport Civic Club ha.'
sen helping a lot more than our
>lks realize. You can easily see
you don't purposely want tc
j a knocker, how; much good ii
as already done. I think that il
>!ks co-operate with it, instead
r finding fault, as a sort oi
<cuse for not doing their owr
art, it will do more than anyling
we have ever had towards
.arting our town to grow. Toe
lany of our folks are ungrateil,
or they do not want to dc
lythjng themselves or see anyae
else do it."?Mrs. Anna M
"I am broke."?Bruce Ludlum
"I think that things at Southart
would be helped a lot if
>me of our older citizens would
alize more fully that times are
istly different from what they
ere some years ago. This thoutit
can be applied to some of the
aunger folks also. Life is a
ruggle, to accomplish anything
e must get out and work. We
imily, of Charlotte, visited retives
here during the past
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Fulcher
sited relatives in Southport dung
THE STATE PORT
A column dedicated to opinions of
the public. A mouthpiece for the
views and observations of our
friends and readers, for which we
accept no responsibility. Contributions
to this column must not
exceed three hundred words.
M July 5th. 193".
0 Editor State Port Pilot,
i- Southport, N. C.,
u Dear Sir:
With the Caswell Beach in full
operation and the opening of
many of the fine buildings on the
d reservation now only a short
time off, some attention should
a be given by somebody to the obsolete
and allegedly dangerous
bridge that spans the waterway
i. Canal traffic has grown into
i- big proportions. Road traffic is
- already ten times greater than
y it has ever been. The bridge, an
" unwieldy affair, can only be ope
crated slowly and laborously and
e often a car or number of cars
il are waiting before the bridge
i- tender gets it swung more than
a foot or two out of its course
to permit some slowly-approachr
ing boat to pass,
e The growth of Fort Caswell ine
to a summer and winter resort
j and into other things of extreme
y importance to Brunswick county
r and this section of the state is
r very certain and very near. The
;1 old bridge is dangerous in more
yr ways than one and it should be
1 immediately replaced with a
< structure of the same type and
i design as is used at other points
- on the waterway.
i> It is not just a matter of sai
fety for cars and their occupants,
i Costly boats are delayed and of!
ten endangered by the fact that
. the state highway commission
i( chose to place nothing but an ob1
| solete pontoon type of bridge at
i. this very important point,
j Both automobile drivers and
. ships officers are complaining
s anil asking that the situation be
-> remedied. In fact, it was the vi?
gorous protest and request made
> by Captain James B. Church
. that inspired the above reference
3 to the Caswell causeway bridge.
, We agree with the captain that
j f the state highway commission
t' should give us a new and better
type of bridge.
W. B. KEZIAH,
? Executive Secretary Southport
r Civic Club.
' Shallotte, July 6?Mr. and Mrs.
1 Bill Swinson, of Sumpter, S. C.,
' spent the week-end with Mrs.
i S Vinson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
? W. A. Rourk.
1 Mrs. J. A. Russ and daughter,
1 Agnes, were Wilmington visitors
' Mr. anil Mrs. Leon Kinlaw, of
- Lumberton, spent Sunday with
1 Mr. and Mrs. George Danford.
1 It. I). White, Jr., and Win"
I gate Swain, of E. M. D. Salem"
j burg, spent the week-end at their
3 Mi-, and Mrs. James Stone anf
I nounce the birth of a son Saturday,
July 2. the Brunswick
I County Hospital. Mrs. Stone was
ithe former Miss Helen Solomon,
'' of Kennapolis.
i Reverend F. V. Spence, G. T.
^ Rourk and D. T. Long attendied
the quarterly conference at
t Dixon Chapel Sunday afternoon, j
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Teacney,
of Greenville, spent the week-end ;
here with Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
i Mr. and Mrs. Willie Stone of
c Lumberton, visited relatives here '
t Leroy Mintz, of N. C. State
- College, Kaleigh, spent the holi-!
? days at his home here.
jj Mrs. A. L. Rabon and dau1j
ghter, Mrs. Ted Duncan, were
- j called to Goldsboro Thursday due
1 to the illness of their daughter
and sister. Mrs. Harrell Fields.
Mrs. Jefirette Bennett and
small son. Gene Allan, are spending
sometime with relatives here.
Mrs. Earnest Parker has returned
to her home here after
having been a patient in Duke
hospital, Durham, for several
Elmer E. Long of Warsaw
spent the week-end at his home
D. Carl Andrews visited his
j wife in Rocky Mount during the
> Teacher: Smith, this is the
; third time I have seen you look
' on your neighbor's copy book.
I Pupil: Yes sir, he writes so
Workmen were making repairs
i on the wires in a schoolhouse one
, Saturday, when a small boy wan.
i "What you doin'?" he inquired.
"Installing an electric switch"
. one of the workmen said.
"Well" concluded the little feli
low "I don't care, we've moved
. | away and I don't go to this
school any more."
CARD OF THANKS
The kind expressions of sympa- ,
thy are grcatfully acknowledged I
and deeply apreciated by the j
family of Mrs. M. C. Price,
i 7-7-* j
can't sit down and wait for any- j
thing. If we do that it will have
gone by and settled at some
other place before we even hear
of it. Instead of following the old
^ time passive, waiting attitude,
jwe must be on the alert, watchful
and ever ready for anything
that may come along which may
be helpful."?Mrs. W. C. Reece.
' PILOT, SOUTHPORT. N. C.
! BRIEFS ;
WEEK-END VISITORS ,
Southport was filled with many
upstate visitors during the 1 j
past week-end. i
The C. M. Crapon service station
has been repainted during
the past few days.
The county offices and several
of the business firms observed aj
half-holiday Monday because of j
the Fourth of July. The bank and |
the postoffice officials had the
entire day off.
Construction of the new J. W.
Ruark home is making rapid progress.
JAKE OR THE MAJOR?
He did not say whether he was|
supposed to be Jake or the Ma-1
jor, but a fine apeparing visitor;
to Southport Monday smiled as j
he introduced himself to the Civ,
nied by Mrs. Hoople and their
ansville, Ind. He was accompanied
by Mrs. Hoopel and their
two charming children. So far
as is known neither the Major
or Jake are credited with families
in the famous cartoons.
! ^ |
Grissett Town News
Miss Gladys Mintz has returned
home from Brunswick county
hospital where she underwent an i
appendicitis operation. Friends of;
the community will be glad to
know that the is improving ni-!
A teacher training class is being
conducted at old Shallotte
I church by Miss Lula Williams, of
Wade. The book studied is!
"When Do Teachers Teach?"
Mrs. Polly Grissett is seriously
ill at this time.
We are sorry to learn that j
Mrs. R. M. Hussey of Myrtle j
Beach, is a patient at Conway j
James Somersett of Oak Hill,j Fla..
is spending a few days!
with J. W. Somersett here.
Mrs. M. E. Piatt, of Myrtle' _
Beach, was a Grissett Town vis-! C
Lee Andrews has accepted a e
[position in Wilmington. jE
S. L. BRAXTON, Chairman
LEA S WAREHOUSE
NELSON S WAREHOUSE
are of v
to put s
|i all that
. - /
Adell Somerset* of Camp Sa-!
30na. is spending the week-end !
vith Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Somer- '
Mr. ana Mrs. Luther Thorp,
Vlaudie Lewis, Charlotte Lewis
ind Jimmie Jenkins, of Wilming:on,
were Sunday visitors of H. >
V. Mintz and J. R. Mintz and fa-''
1934 Plymouth Co?.ch 7
1934 Ford Coupe J
1934 Ford Tudor
1935 Plymouth Sedan
1936 Dodge Sedau
1933 Chevrolet Coach
1935 Master Deluxe
Chevrolet 4-door Sedan 7
with trunk. . . Driven
20,000 miles. This car is ?
clean in every respect?
a Bargain $495.00 i
T)T\ X VWUT
DK/iA lUfl 3
Auto Service I
Whiteville, N. C.
WANT ADS ?
il.DSMOBlI.K Prices Reduced
5 passenger Sedan now deliver- ?
d in Whiteville $875.00
1RAXTON AUTO SERVICE 7-8c "
M. O. NELSON, Jr. i
: Whiteville Tob
M. S. SMITH,
v that the opening date fo
, August 10th, we desire to
:h many advantages of the W
ital interest to tobacco growe
it: We wish to express our s
tronized this market, and ex
be with us again this year,
ere we wish to emphasize i
lich make Whitevilie the outs
iteville has SIX BIG WARE
fully equipped and with c
The warehousemen are men
ales over to the greatest ad
isemen have had years of e
jutation for conducting clear
ablished. Every protection i
is unloaded until it is sold.
)r sale will not be tolerated
ilator violating this rule will
iteville is a growing marke
in that a new high record o
led, due to the fact that the
the best that it has been in
rer sections recognize the ad
iteville is "THE FARMER'S
ioned, home loving, and God
me here for you. You will
its are wide awake, aggressiv
with new up-to-date mevchai
, Mr. Farmer, let us prove to
we can write about our ma
will convince you of our sino
sting that 1937 will be pr
or health and happiness to y
Thurston Mintz, Elwood Gore
ind Virginia Dare Hardee spent
Sunday at Myrtle Beach, S. C.
XOTIl(K OF SI MMON'S
$ late of North Carolina, i
bounty of Brunswick.
In The Superior Court
Dalton Rupert Blanton
Janie R. Blanton (
The defentiant. Janie K. Blanton. i
vifcl take notice tnai an action emit- i
ed as above has been commenced in .
he Superior Court of Brunswick
bounty. North Carolina, by the plain- i
iff for absolute divorce upon the i ;
grounds of adultery as provided by |
aw of the State of North Carolina. 1
laid defendant will further take no- 1
ice that she is required to appear <
it the office of the Clerk of the 1
lupenoi1 Court of said county at the i
"curihouse in Southport. X. C.. on i
>r before the 19th day of July. 1937, \
md answer or demur to the com- i
laint in said action, or the plaintiff :
kill apply for the relief demanded in ?
aid complaint. c
This the 19th day of June. 1937. c
M. B. WATKINS. Assistant v
-14-c Clerk Su|>erior Court. j
NOTICE OF SIMMONS
Uate of North Carolina. c
,'ounty of Brunswick. i
111 The Superior Court t
Km ma Tart l
Clyde Ta# (
The defendant. Clyde Tart. will t
ake notice that an action entitled ,i
is above has been commenced in the !
interior Court of Brunswick County. .]
Corth Carolina, by the plaintiff for 1
bsolute divorce upon the grounds of \
wo years separation as provided by
he laws of the State of North Caro- no.
Said defendant will further tike
lOtice that he is required to appear
i the office of the Clerk of the
!up?*rior Court of said county at tbe
"ourthouse in Southport. N C.. on
r before the L'9th day of July. 1937.
nd answer or demur to the comilaint
in said action, or the plaintiff
bill apply for the relief demanded in
This the 291 h day of June, 1937.
M. B. WATKINS, Assistant
-21-c Clerk Superior Court.
( OM MISSIUNI KS SALE OF I
UFA 1. ESTATE
III accordance with the judgment;
eretofore rendered on the 19th (Lay '
f April, 1937. .In Re: South|K>rt
tuilding and Loan Association vs.
'. W. Spencer, et :?ls.. the undersigiid
Commissioner offered for sale the
ran of land described In his notice,
ii Saturday, the 22iul day of May.
937. and an increase of ten per cent
laving been made on the last and |1
ighest bid on the tract of land here- j
luuer uescriuew, me uuueriMgutru
'ommissiotier will offer fur sale, in ,1
ouformily with the order of resale. 11
i public auction to the highest l>id-!(l
er for cash at the court house door,s
ii the County of Brunswick, on 1
'liur-olay, s day of July. A.M.. 1M7,
t 12 o'clock noon, the following des- 'J
ribod lot. tract or parcel of land. '
ring and l>eing in tlie State of ;
.'orth Carolina, county of Brunswick. 1
'ity of Southport. and bounded and
escribed as follows, to-wit;
Beginning at an iron stake in the j
.'orth line of Brunswick Street at 1
la* Southeast corner of what was
rnmerly Casaudra Grissom's lot, "
-hieh lot was conveyed to Anna . *
tutler Thompson, runs thence north '
3 degrees 10' west 704.0 feel to a j
Lake;, which point 105 feet south- '
ardly from West Street: thence |
estwardly parallel with West Street
f) feet to a stake: thence south 13 i i
egrees 40' east 402.5 feet to the
orth line of Brunswick Street, to an i
on stake; thence eastwrardly with
orth line of Brunswick Street 30
r*el to the beginning, and being the 11
5. L FULLER PAUL TAYLOI
r our market has been set
write you a friendly letter
fhiteville Tobacco Market, wl
incere appreciation to those
tend to you a most cordial
To those who have not sole
nost emphatically the follo\
tanding market available to
HOUSES, modern in every
courteous, efficient, experiei
READY, WILLING, and A
vantage and profit for you.
xperience handling tobacco
t, high-class sales that satisf;
s given your tobacco from
Tearing up baskets of tob:
on this market, and any bi
be fined. v
t and this year there is e
f 25 MILLION POUNDS wil
i tobacco crop in general in
several years, and that fan
vantage of this market.
TOWN" made up of just j
fearing people; and so thei
feel at home in our midst,
e, and their stores are clean
you that all we have written
rket is true. Come to White
ofitable for you and with
ou and your family, we are,
M. S. SMITH, Secretary.
same land conveyed, to y, w. Spen- H
cer by Anna Butler Thompson and M
husband. May 29. 1922. by deed Muly B
registered in Book 37. at page lti'j, jg
records of Brunswick county. to 9
which reference is hereby especially Q
The said bidding will start at mm
Dated and posted, this the 16th H
da.' of June. 1937. B
ROBERT W. DAVIS. B
S-30-c Commissioner. KB
FORECLOSURE SALE B
REAL ESTATE B
Under aud by ^virtue of the power B
of sale contained in that certain
mortgage deed, made and executed B
the 27th day of February. 1928. by
Jake McMJUon, to Richmond G&Jlo- B
?ay, and duly recorded in the ofTue
of the Register of Deeds of B
Brunswick County in Book 35. at
page 401. to w hich reference is here- B
by especially made. Default having B
been made in tbe payment of the B
lebt secured by the said mortgage. B
[ will offer for sale at public auction B
;o the highest bidder for cash at the B
ourthouse door in the City of South- B
iort. X. C.. on B
4rtturtlu>, 17 day of July, A. P., 1987, B
it 12:30 o'clock p. m.. the following B
lescribed Lot. tract, piece or PAVcel H
>f land lying and being in the State
?f North Carolina, couuty of Brans- B
vick, in Lockwoods Folly township, B
itill bounded and described as fol- B
o.ws, to-wit: B
Beginning at John Sellers' corner
>n the Juniper Creek Road; running
ibout West with John Sellers' line B
o north corner; thence with Ova
lankins' line to Elijah McMillons B
ine; with his line to the Juniper Bfl
'reek road thence back the road to
be beginning containing seven acres, B
nore or less. B
Dated and posted, this 16th day of tf^E
rune. 1937. B
RICHMOND GALLOWAY. Mortgagee ,B
io!>ert W. Davis. Attorney for Mort- M
gagee. 7-f4-c B
FORECLOSURE SALE OF B
It L A I ESTATE B
Under anil by virtue of the power B
f sale contained in that certain 88
nor t rage deed made and executed iB
he 10th (Lay of June, 1927. by Riley iB
lewett and Delphi* M. Hewett. hit B
life, and duly recorded in Book 44, J^fl
u page 7. of the office of the Reg- B
ster of Deeds of Brunswick couuty, l^l
o which reference is hereby eapeo B
ally made Default having been made B
n the debt secured by the said jB
nortgage. I will offer for sale - at
ublii auction to the highest bidder B
or cash at the court house door in B
he City of South port, X. C., on B
kit.. 17th day of July, A. !>., 1987, B
it 12 o'clock noon, the following des- B
ribed lot. tract, piece or parcel of J^l
and lying and being in the State of B
Corth Carolina, county of Brunswick- B
n Lock woods Folly township, and IB
loumled and described as follows, B
Beginning at a pine stump. Wads
trvant's lite, in :i branch, tuns then- f^H
e with said Bryant's line about f^H
lortheast to an oak. Governor Gore'e fl
orner; thence about northwest with 9|
aUl Gore's line to a Make, his cor- !
ier; thence about south to the run H
i Oxpen Swamp; thuence up the run H
;if said, Swamp to the run of said H
Jranch. tlance up the run of the H
.ranch to the beginning, containing H
ifteett acres, more or less. B
Dated ami posted, this the ltith .
lay of June, 1937. B
tlt'HMOXD GALLOWAY, Mortgagee S
tobert VY. Davis, Attorney for Mort- jfl
gagee. 7-14-c H
i recently have been H
Commissioned as I
Notary Public '
Susie Mae Livingston I
t R Ml LEWIS B
CRUTCHFISID S WAREHOUSE 9
NEW STAR WAREHOUSE I
FARMERS WAREHOUSE 8