THE PILOT, a Paper With Character. Aberdeen, North Carolina
Friday, April 3 I9gj
McKlNNEY BEGINS WORK
On NEW DEVELOPMENT
John McPherson of Southern Pines
has started building on the McKinney
purchase of 1,400 acres in Richmond
county, just out of Hoffma*. He is
repairing some of the old buildings on
the tract and beginning a five-room
house which will serve as a temi>orary
camp or house for resident caretak
er, and care for the immediate needs
of the development. The dam is also
to be repaired and made available for
storing the water that will make a
lake, which is to be one of the feat
ures of the place.
Mr. McKinney has not yet reached
a definite conclusion as to the fu
ture of his new possessions, but it
is his plan to utilize it as a country
place to which he can go as he feels
inclined and enjoy the pleasures of
rural life in this favored region.
Aberdeen Social Events
LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES
The Annual Junior-Senior banquet
was held in the New Community
House on Thursday evening of last
week, and a most delightful occasion
it proved to be. A treasure hunt was
the main feature on the program, and
was greatly enjoyed. Several inter
esting contests and games were also
enjoyed, after which the young peo
ple spent an hour of dancing. The
Senior Class this year is composed
of 26 members, the largest in the his
tory of the school.
iSouthern llinrs, N.
A Country Day-School for Boys
and Girls with Kindergarten.
Limited Boarders Received. i
Organized games twice weekly in
cluding basket ball, voHey hah.
Dancing Classes Wednesdays
Raise Nearly $300
In the Community House canvas
put on by the Ways and Means com
mittee of the Association last week
$217.35 was raised ,in a couple of
days, with promises and pledges of
Mrs. William F. Caddell on Pine
Little Dannie McKeithen, the small
son of Mr. an;i Mrs. D. I. McKeith-
en, who has been quite sick with
bronchial pneumonia fo rthe past
week, is much improved.
Mrs. Elisha Kent Kahe of Kush-
aqua. Pa., together with Mrs. Bion
H. Butler and Miss Helen Butler,
were guests of Misses Rose and: Effie
Butler at The Teacherage last Fri
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the powers
of sale .contained in that certain
mortgage deed from W. C. Brown, and
wife, Emma Brown, dated July 1st,
1927, to Arthur Ross, mortgage
SALE OF VALUABLE FARM
Under and by virtue of the author
ity conferred upon us in a deed of
which said mortgage deed, after the | trust executed by H. C. BuChan and
execution ai^ delivery thereof Marie H. Buchan on the 10th
recorded in Book of Mortgagees No
46, at page 162, registry of Moore
County,' default having been made in
che payment of the bond thereby se
cured and the powers of sale therein
having become operatlive, the under
signed mortgagee, will, o» the 5th
I day of May, 1931, at 12 o’clock, noon,
I at the Court House Door of Moore
Misses Eva Blume and Mary Brog- _ .ux. m ^ im
j -JUT County, m the Town of Carthage, N.
den, accompanied by Leonard Blume’ ' ■’ ^ ^ -i.
day of February 1925 and recorded
in Book 39, Page 198, we will on
Saturday the 2nd day ®f May, 1931,
at 12 o’clock noon at the Courthouse
door in Moore County, Carthage, N.
C., sell at public auction for cash to
the highest bidder the following land
Being all of that tract designated
to TJe" to 'thV'hfghest^as the Tract as conveyed by B.
SALE OF VALUABLE FARM
of Blackvilie, S. c!, were week-end WddeTf^caTh. ali'th^^se Certain |
guests of Senator and Mrs. M. M.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bryan of Clay
ton were Sunday visitors in Aberdeen.
Mrs. Bryan is pleasantly remembered
Dr. J. I. Neal
At PinefhHirst Race Track
10 to 12 Daily
at least $50.00 more, which is very. town as Miss Bessie Lee Poole,
encouraging to the association. This
committee plans to give a musicale in
the near future, and other plans are
upder way to raise funds with which
to complete the payment of the in
debtedness now due on the building.
Gifts to the association of furniture,
dishes and other articles ha\e been
most thankfully received and appre
ciated. Any one wishing to help the
association in any way should get
in touch with Mrs. W. A. Blue or G.
LIQUID or TABLBTS
..Owe Colds, Headadhes, Fever..
6 6 6 SALVE
Cures Baby’s Cold
tracts of land lying and being m
Moore County, North Carolina, and in
Sheffields Township, bounded, de
scribed and defined as follows, viz;
FIRST TRACT: In the Town of
Elise, being Lots Nos. 18 and 19 in
Block No. Three. See deed from W.
popular teacher of the first grade • S. Skeen and wife to W. C. Brown in
DR. E. D. HARBOUR
at Tarlton’s Jewelry Store
every first Tuesday in each
month. 1 to 4 p. m.
Book Club Meeting
The Thursday Afternoon Book club
was delightfully entertained by the
president, Mrs. Robert F. Stewart at
the Mossgiel log cabin, near Aber
The program centered around the
subject of “English Painters.” Mrs.
Ralph Caldwell read a paper on “The
Works of Gainsborough;” Mrs. George
Martin on ‘‘The Works of Re3molds”
and Mrs. E. T. McKeithen on ‘‘Eng
lish Painters of Children.’
The next meeting will be held ! the home of Mr. Page before his com-
with Mrs. M. M. Johnson at her home | ing to Aberdeen.
in Aberdeen and the subject will be | Misses Margaret and Frances Pleas-
“Two Early Southern Artists,” with | ants, students at N. C. C. W. at
special singing of old southern melo- j Greensboro are spending their spring
dies to be arranged by the music com- j holidays at home with their parents,
mittee of the club. [ Mr, and Mrs. C. V. Miller and fam-
Besides the regular members, Mrs. ily motored to Greensboro last Sun-
here for three years.
Miss Sallie Matthews and broth
er, Knox Matthews, were Sunday vis
itors in Sanford, as the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Matthews.
Dr. E. C. Edwards who was con
nected with the medical staff of Pine
Crest Manor Sanatorium for the
past two years, is moving to Aber
deen this week and is opening an of
fice in the Page Trust Company
building. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards will
occupy the Bass Bungalow on Pop
Misses Gladys Osborne and Dickie
Mitchell of Clinton were Sunday
guests of Miss Mildred Osborne at
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Spooner motor
ed to Fayetteville last Friday to con
sult an oculist about Mr. Spooner’s
The Hon. Robert N. Page will speak
at Cary this Friday night at the cele
bration of the Town of Cary, this be
ing its 60th Anniversary. Cary was
I Deed Book No. 80, page 284, Register
of Deeds for Moore County.
Under and by virtue of the autho-
ity conferred upon us in a deed of
trust executed by B. H. Brown
wife, Emilye Cagle Brown on the l^th
day of January 1926 and recorded ip
Book 39, Page 314, we will on
urday the 4th day of April 193i
o’clock noon, at the Courthouse dooc
in Moore County„ Carthage, N. C sak
at public auction for cash to ’ tha
highest bidder the following land tn
All those 2 certain tracts or parcel'
of land lying and being in Carthat#
Township, County of Moore, State of
North Carolina, and bounded as fni
lows, viz: FIRST TRACT: Beginning
at a stake in Mrs. D. B. Beals’ corner
Northwest of the State Highwav nm-
thence N. 20 W. 4 chs. and 75 linki
to a stake in the line of 100 aeres^
registered in Book 73 at Page 504,
et seq., described as follows: Adjoin
ing Bilyeu and Van Lindley property,
and beginning at an iron pipe, Bilyeu’s
corner of 16 1-4 acres on J .Van Lind-I thence as it N. 53 E.' 10 chs" and^u
ley’s line, and runs thence with Van ; links to a stake and pointers knn^
Lindley’s line S. 80 1-2 E. 995 ft. to' as the McIntosh corner; thence S 3^
an iron pipe. Van Lindley’s comer; E. 2 chs. and 30 links to a stake inside
thence N. 76 1-4 E. 330 ft. to a I of the Graded road; thence as th«
SECOND TRACT: Lot “B” in the j stake, Monroe’s and now Scott’s cor- road S. 2 E. 5 chs. and 18 links to a
sub-division of the George Horner | ner; thence N. 51 1-2 W. 330 ft. to a; stake in the side of the State Higut
lands at Hemp, N. C., as shown on | stake, Scott’s comer on the S. edge of. way; thence as it S. 61 W. 6 chs. and
a map of said lands recorded in the i ^jd Manly-Curryville Road; thence I 90 links to the beginning containing
office of the register of deeds for jjjje of the E. McN. Blue and 5 acres, more or less. And being the
Moore County. See deed from G. W., Monroe Grants N 13 E. 1042 ft.
Homer and wife to W. C. Brown, i ^ stake, pine pointers on this S.
Deed Book No. 71, page 380. : edge of the Seals Road; thence N.
THIRD TRACT: Lots Nos. Two, , 75 i_2 e. 1367 ft. to a stake in a ' ed in Book of deeds No. 95, Page 227.
Three and Four, (2, 3 and 4) s^nd : Blue’s and Monroe’s comer, i Gffice of Register of deeds of Moorp-
five (5) OH Highland Street, and 1 Scott’s; thence N. 25 W. 1079 ft.! County. SECOND TRACT: Beginning
Nos. five and six (5 and 6) on Church 1 ^ stake, Blue and Monroe’s comer! at a stake in the Old Salem road, also
Street as shown on map of Elise. See ] ^ ^4^ acres granted to Cath- ^ the 5th comer of the 50 acres sold U
deed book No. 64, page 682 where | McLean; thence with that line, I A. K. Dowdy, and running thence N.
deed from G. W. Horner and wife to! Scott’s S. 88 3-4 W. 1825 ft. to i chs. to a stake in th?
W. C. Brown is recorded. stake in Bilyeu’s line; thence with it ‘ division line, also 4th corner
S. 6 1-4 W. 2424 ft. to the beginning, i acres; thence as said original di-
containing 90 acres, more or less, and ^^sion line S. 54 1-2 E. 19.30 chs. to
being a portion of the 100 acres grant- ^ ^ stake Red Oak and ^J^ood point-
j X 17. nr XT -oi I ers; thence S. 35 W. 31.95 chs. to a
ed to E. McN. Blue.
same tract of land conveyed to B. H
Brown by J. E. Asbill and wife b^-
deed dat^ Sept. 29, 1924 and record-
FOURTH TRACT: A part of Lot
No. Six (6) as described in deed from
G. W. Horner to D. H. Horner, and
fully described in a deed from C. W.
Parks, Exr. of D. H. Horner to W.
mi • 1 • J ^ ^ 4.1.^ i maple tree having sweet gum pointers
This sale is made by reason of the j Salem Road; thence with said
C. Brown as appears in Book of Deeds tt -d i, a --p i *“ * oa*i
No. 92, page 82, register of deeds for \ Bucnan ana wiie, | ^ begrinning, containing 64
Moore County. Mane H. Buchan to pay off and di^ • acres, more or less, and being a part
FIFTH TRACT: In Bensalem i charge the indebtedness secured by ^^cres tract conveyed to
Township, Moore County, North Car
olina, adjoining the lands of W. C,
Brown and others, containing four (4)
acres, more or less and described in
said deed of trust. Emilye Cagle Brown by J. A. Brown
A deposit of 10 per cent will be re- j and B. H. Brown by demi dated Sept.
quired from the purchaser at the gth, 1917, and* recorded in Book of
sale. i Deeds No. 67 at Page 217, Office of
a deed from John Williams and wife This the 19th day of March 1931. Register of Deeds of Moore County,
to W. C. Brown, dated April 23rd, j First National Company of Dur- ‘ sale is made by reason of the
1918, and registered in the office of ham, Inc., Trustee, formerly First | Brown and wife,
the register of deeds for Moore National Trust Company, W. G. Bram- ‘Eni%e Cagle Brown to pay off ant
County in Deed Book No. 67, page; -p j receivers for discharge the indebtedness secured by
584, which see for description by NyonaT Company of Durham, ^ said deed of trust
R. W. McMullen, of Pinebluff, Mrs.
Murdoch McLeod, Mrs. Alex Stewait
and Mrs. Herman Campbell, of Pine-
hurst and Mrs, Clayton Brasington,
Mrs. Rosser Jones, Mrs. William Hen-
dren, Mrs. C. C. Bethune and Miss
Mary McKeithen were specially in
A delightful social hour followed | learn that he has been on the sick
the meeting, during which the hostess j list again.
served a delicious salad course. ! Misses Annie Grady and Nancy
Beddingfield of The Teacherage, to-
Personals , gather with M iss Sarah Weaver,
Mrs. G. A. Charles, who was called i last Sunday visiting the Mag-
to the bedside of her mother, who has ' nolia Gardens near Charleston, S. C.
been seriously ill with pneumonia at ^^d Mrs. Gordon Keith and
I her home in Star, has returned to ' family have moved from the apart- j 5
■take up her school work as teacher ^‘‘ents over Flinchum’s store to the
i of the fifth grade in the grammar house on Rush street in Aberdeen last
school. During her absence Miss Lu- occupied by Mr. and Mrs. James Me-
Hie BEST eray Bair
To half pint of wat^add
one ounce bay mm, asmall
box oliBarbo Gompoimd
and one-fourth ounce of
can imt this up or yoa can
fmix it at home at very
little cost. ^ Apply to the
hair tvnce a week untfl
the desired shade is ob
tained. It will gradually darken
streaked, faded or bair and make it soft
•Bd srloBay. Barbo will not color the Bcalp,
ia not sticky or greasy doea not rub off.
Low Round Trip Tickets to all Points
on the Seaboard also to Washington, | was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J.
D. C. I McN. Johnson on Tuesday of last
From Aberdeen 1 week.
To Mr. and Mrs. George McDonald of
Washington, D. C $13.47 ' Candor have moved to Aberdeen, and
Columbia, S. C 5.72 ! are occupying the newly remodelled
Savannah, Ga 10.80 j house next door to their daughter,
Jacksonville, Fla 16.97
Miami, Fla 30.14
St. Petersburg, Fla 25.43
I Tickets on sale April 3-4 Only
feimited to 15 days in additional to
date of sale.
For information and fare to other
p#ints see Agent or H. E. Pleasants,
D. P. A., Raleigh, N. C..
day, carrying with them little Miss
Bettie Martie Osborne, Mrs. Miller's
niece, who has spent the winter with
her annt here.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Pearson of Albe
marle visited friends in town lasr
Friends of W. A. Blue regret to
metes and bounds.
TERMS OF SALE—Cash.
■ PLACE OF SALE—Court House
r'oor of Moore County, Carthage. N.
TIME OF SALE—May 5th, 1931—
at 12 o’clock. Noon.
This March 31st. 1931.
A deposit of 10 per cent will he
required from the purchaser at the
This the 27th day of February 1931.
Fir^ National Company of Dur-
On last Saturday night, Theo Berg, I ham, Inc., Trustee, formerly First Na-
Inc., trustee, formerly First National
Trust Company, Durham, N. C.
By S. R. HOYLE,
I Justice of the Peace, performed a
' marriage ceremony in his office, the
Mortagee.: contracting parties being Miss Eliz-
tional Trust Company, Durham, N. C.
W. G. BRAMHAM and T. L. BLAND,
Receivers for First National Company
of Durham, Inc., Trustee, formerly,
Attorney. Alma Connor and Thomas R. National Trust Company, Dur-
Ervin of Southem Pines.
ham, N. C.’
cille Brooks did substitute work for
Miss Cora Cockman of Pittsboro
Will be in his offiee over the
Post Office, Sanford, N. C., er^ry
Wednesday, from 10:00 a. m. to 3:60
p. m. Don’t iail to see him if your
eyes are weak.
business aad jprofessloitttl
Everett, Zane and Muse
^rtilied Public Accountants
Sanford, N. C. Greensboro* N. C.
J. C. Muse, C. p. A,, Resident Partner
E. V. PERKINcJON
Southern Pines, Telephone 5033 North Carolina
J. N. POWELL
UNDERTAKING — EMBALMING
EAST BROAD STREET
Moore County’s Leadii'g Restaurant—
FREmAN’S FURNITURE HOUSE
amgrbBEN, • N«BTH CAR6LINA
Mrs. Roy Leary, who has been the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George McDomald, returned to her
home in Edenton last week.
Mrs. D. C. Ewing, Mrs. Katie B.
Shear and daughter, Miss Katie Lee,
of Candor, visited relatives in town
last Thursday afternoon.
Lawrence Cliff was unable to at
tend school last week on account of
an attack of influenza.
Miss Judith Calhoun of Gastonia, a
former member of the local school
faculty, vi.sited friends in Aberdeen
over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Sugg and lit
tle daughter of Lakeview spent Sun
day in town visiting Mr. and Mrs. E.
Mr. and Mrs. George Campbell of
High Point were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. T. D. McLean last Sunday.
The Rev. W. C. Ball is conducting
a series of services this week at the
Vass Methodist Church.
V. F. Tarlton and Mr. Lunday, who
have been conducting a jewelry and
shoe shop respectively in the Aber
deen Hotel building are moving their
places of business this week to the
Deaton Building on South Street, op
posite Pender’s store.
Miss Emma Page of Greensboro is
the guest of her sisters, Mrs. T. B.
Wilder and Miss Mary Page.
Mrs. G. C. Martin was called to Dur
ham this week on account of the
illness of a small nephew, who has
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Windham and
their guest, Miss Elizabeth Murphy,
spent last Monday in Raleigh shop
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Lentz of Bur
lington were guests of Mrs. S. E.
Sloan on last Saturday.
Mrs. A. F. Dees and son. Junior
Dees, spent the week-end in Fayett«-
ville visiting frfends.
Mrs. Haney Harris and small son,
Rowland, visited in Raeford several
days last week as the guests of Mrs.
Mrs. G. B. Peterson visited h«r sis
ter at Columbia, S. C., last week.
THE PINEHURST WAREHOUSES
PINEHURST, N. C.
THE WEEKLY EXHIBIT
Beginning Nonday, April 6
At the Warehouse Showroom in the
Will Be An Active Demonstration of
Pyrofax Gas Heating Equipment
Handled by a Skilled Operator
Pyrofax Gas, is a clean, efficient, simple fuel, installed, super
vised and always cared for by a specialist in heating- and operat
Ready to carry on with no effort but lig-hting a match and
turning on the gas.
No dirt, no ashes, the heat stops when you turn off the gas
and starts when you turn it on. Cost stops when heat stops.
Pyrofax is a manufactured gas, free from the impurities of the
Natural paraffine g-ases, free from the surplus carbon which
makes soot, nothing put in it that is not put there for a purpose,
and it gives the heat and promptly.
Contracts with easy terms if desired.
Everybody welcome at the exhibits at all times.
Pinehurst Warehouses, he.
PINEHURST, N. C.
Display Room Phone 3701
Furniture Dept Phone 3415