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THE PILOT, Southern Pines and Aberdeen, North Carolina
Friday, December, 14, 1934.
The Week in Vass
LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES
conveyed to High Falls Manufactur-
"Christmas in Other Lands” was making satisfactory progress toward
the topic of an interesting meeting recovery in the Lee County Hospital. Tn^'comnanv Tv*
of the Presbyterian Girls’ Circle held His mother is with him in Sanford. i --- . '
last week at the home of Mrs, N. N. Mr. and Mrs. George Blue welcom
Woody by deed dated July 26, laoo,
McLean with Mss Myrtle McMillan ed a fine baby boy into their home |
aa leader. Miss Manan McMillan read on December 4. I „ „
THIRD TRACT: All that 1 acre
acres (more or less) tract of land line of said alley and parallel with Land, now Powell’s; thence with sai'd i A. Lewis by deed from Sou^ern.
line S. 43-06 W. 591 ft. to a stake i Pines Improvement Company, dated
in said line; thence N. 46-54 W. 1440 ; January 11, 1923, and filed for reg-
iron stake: thence N. 58 deg. 15 ft. to a stake; thence W 27-49 E. istration on the 13th day of Jan-
min. W. 49 feet to Creel’s corner of; 376 ft. to a stake, one of the cor-1 uary, 1923, in the office of Register
said drug store lot; thence with said i ners of the 43rd tract; thence S. of Deeds. County of Moore, State
Creel’s line N. 31 deg. 45 min. E. ; 75-25 E. 137 ft., another corner cf ^ of North Carolina, recorded in Book
in severar c^nt^ Sunday even ng to 7ee t^^ (more or less) lot, conveyed to High 200 feet to the beginning, according; the 43rd tract; thence a distance of j 91. Page 112. Also by deed from
, f J Manufacturing Company ly 1 a survey made oy Francis Dea- about 797 ft. to the beginning cor-1 Southern Pines Improvement Co. re-
Smith and MisH Margaret L.a^\oert L. M. Hall, new pastor of the Meth-! ^3,iis Manufacturing Company oy
told of Chinese ways of celebrating odist church, and Mrs. Hall. Mr. Hal! j U- Brady and Klizabeth K
ton. State Registered Engineer, in
May 1926. and being the same lot
the day, and Miss Mary Frank Me- preached a fine sermon and made a rlSfrdtfln Sk'S'^Pae^e ! ‘^«»veyed from T. B. Creel and wife.
Millan made an interesting talk. most favorable impression on his
Elizabeth Clayt :n, young daughter hearers. The next regular service
of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Clayton, is will be at 11 o'clock this Sunday
suffering from severe burns sustained morning.
several ilays ago in a very unusual M('«- B. M. Corbett and small
niunnei. The Claytons had killed a daughter, Faye, are spending a week
porker and were “drying out” the m Raleigh wuh relatives.
lard in a pot in a fireplace in the The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Lawrence
dwelling. Elizabeth climbed on a and Evelyn were dinner guests of Mrs.
chair to get something from the Margaret McLean of Can^eron route
mantel, lost her balance and tell a day last week.
with one foot in the hot grease. Her Mrs. George Morgan entered Duke
foot and leg to the knee were badly Hospital in Durham on Monday of
burned. this week to undergo an operation.
Ev'elyn Lawrence, daughter of the Evans, who suffered a frac-
Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Lawrence, was i^>^ee in an automobile accident
iTosteas to eight of her little friends Sanford a few weeks o.go. has
on Saturday afternoon from 2:30 to returned home from the Lee County
4-.00 o’clock in celebration of a very Hospital.
special occasion, her fourth birth- Mrs. Guy Lennon, after spending
12, Registry of Moore County
FOURTH TRACT; All that
Endora Creel to Bettie (ElizabethI
E. Allred by Warranty Deed dated
ncr, containing 15 acres, more or less. I corded in Bopk 61, Page 177; Book
Third Tract: Beginning at a stake I 61, Page 550; Book 73, Page 449 of
in the Black line, and running thence ! the Moore County Registry.
N. 85-14 W. 1614 ft. to a stake; | Title to above property was trans.
thence N. 39-56 W. 765 ft. to a stake; | ferred to Sand Hill, Inc.; later trans-
> ir>» .Novembcr 1st, 1905, and recorded in; thence N. 66-02 W. 658 ft.; thence I ferred to Southern Pines Investment
acies tmore or i^s) lot ot land con- | Register of Deeds | N. 48-33 E. 1026 ft. to a stake; thence Corporation.
veyea lo Mign raus Manutacturirig ^ County in Book 33, at page ! N. 03-33 E. 663 ft. to a stake; thence ! This, the 22nd day of November.
Company by deeds of Chas. U. Brady , 54, and also a part of that lot con-i S. 89.59 E. 561 ft. to a stake; thence 11934. aay e .
ii Bo^)k ef^Se 485 ;nrt2TS^^ ^cKeithen and S. 25-15 E. 1636 ft. to a stake;! CAROLINA MORTGAGE
07 101B vi’ ^ J « 'wife- M. C. McKeithen to J. F. All- thence S. 36-45 E. 1060 ft. to the be- COMPANY. Trustee,
uly 27, 1.18, and .^^orded in Book g Warranty ginning, containing 67.7 acres, more N30--D28.
-0. Page 489, Registry of Moore | ^^ted August 6th. 1904 and re- or less ^ __
^ _ I corded in the Office of the Register | Fourth Tract: Lying on the S. side, ADMINISTRATRIX’S NOTICE
FIFTH TRACT; All that 1-2 acres of Deeds of Moore County in Book of Mill Creek, beginning at an Iron i Having qualified this day as Ad-
(more or less) lot. conveyed to High ' 33, at page 166. this being the same | post at the S. edge of Mill Creek I ministratrix of the estate of Thomas
Falls Manufactviring Company by , lots on which are situated thj one Swamp, a corner of the Geo. McDair- S. Burgess, deceased, late of Moore
Wm. M. Brady by deed dated Aptil jstory store building occupied by W. T. mid Land; running thence S. 46 1-2 E. County, North Carolina, this is to not-
16, 1914. and recorded in Book 58. j pobbitt as a grocery store anii the 12.00 chs' to a stake near a small I ify all persons having claims against
Page 372. Registry of Moore Coun-; two story brick building occupied by j branch; thence N 6 1-2 E. 10.00 chs.' the estate of said deceased, to pre-
j Allred Chevrolet Company. | to a stake in the S. edge of Mill I sent them duly verified to the un-
SIXTH TRACT; All that one acre 1 This sale is made on account of 4he Creek Swamp; thence N. 84 W. 10.00 dersigned in Southern Pines, N. C., on
(more or less) lot conveyed to High I default in the payment of the indeht- chs.; thence S. 46 W. 11.50 chs.;' or before the 9th day of November,
day anniversary. After a number of sevt^al days with her sister, | Falls Manufacturing Company by H. i edne.'?s secured by said Deed of Trust, thence direct to the beginning, con-; 1935, or this notice will be pleaded
interesting games had been enjoyed. A. Smith, went to Fayetteville Sat- Phillips and wife by deed dated | and is subject to all taxes and as-; taining 26.86 acres, more or less. in bar of their recovery. All persons
the little tots were invited into the I'rday to visit for a few days be-1 ^prj] 1914. and recorded in Bof.k I sessments against said property, Fifth Tract: Beginning at a stake | indebted to said estate will make im-
dining-room where they gazed in returning to her home in Man-1 Page 563. | whether now due or to become due.; in the line of Bush land; running N. mediate payment to the undersigned,
round-eyed admiration at the lovely ,, , ,, . ^ ^ i SEVFNTH TRACT: One acre I Dated this 5th day of December, j 73 1-2 E. 8.23 chs. to a stake near. This November 9th. 1934.
Miss Eunice Setzer and Miss Beu-1
17. 1924, and recorded in Book 92.
white cake with its four pink can- Mrs. Jake Hennings of the Cypre.ss , ^onveved to Hi/h ' 1934.
dies Guests were Joanne Livincston Church community spent a part of ; i, .V , conveyed to High
Marilvn VVood V^via^^^^^^^ last week here with her Another. I Manufacturing Company by W.
Fr;fS,La„; ]r a»d Mr*. A. C. Smith, who very 11.! ", '■y
Gill, Hugh McLean and Sonny Moore. ■ fi'oni a heart attack. |
Evelyn received many gifts from her
The public is cordially invited to
attend a concert to be givnn under
the direction of Prof. F. H. Ponish
of Maxlon in the Vass-Lakeview
school auditorium at 7:45 o’clock to
night. Friday, December 14th. The
I the Kenneth Ray House; thence N. i,
I 19 W. 10.05 chs. to a stake in W. H.
M^. MOLLIE BURGESS,
lah McLean spent Saturday in Ral-! EIGHTH TRACT; 21 acres (more'NORTH C.VROLINA,
eigh. I or less) conveyed to High Falls Man- MOOKK C’OrXTV.
Mrs. Emma Laubscher visited her ufacturing Company by deed of U.
J. VANCE ROWE and
L. E. JOHNSON, Trustees. ' Seward’s line; thence on Seward’s M. G. Boyette, Atty.
D14-J4. ' line S. 69 W. 7.04 chs. to a stake, j ; —— -- — —
1 pines pointers; thence S. 12 E. 9.50 EXECUTRIX’S NOTICE
chs. to the first station, contfiining !
7.35 acres, more or less. ' Having qualified this day as Exe.
Sf>n, Harry, at the Fort Bragg hos
pital Saturday. Harry has been suf
fering trom pleuri.sy and shows lit
tle if any improvement.
Mrs. Monroe Chappell and baby
L. Spence, Commissioner, dated No
vember 12, 1910, and recorded in
Book 47, Page 152, Registry ot
NINETH TRACT; 61 acres (more
IX THE SUPERIOR C OURT
NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE
Page Trust Company vs.
Sixth Tract; Beginning at a stake ciitrix of the estate of William F.
at the head of a ditch on the N. side Junge, deceased, late of Moore Coun-
of Mill Creek, having a maple, sweet ty. North Carolina, this is to notify
gum and poplar pointers; running S.' all persons having claims against
13.27 chs. to a stake in an oli field, the estate of the said deceased to
3 pines pointers; thence E. 6.12 chs. pre.sent them, duly verified, to the
before the 9th day
or this notice will
of their recovery,
indebted to the said es-
homefolks during last week-end. ; 42, Page 27, and (2) dated June 27, , "^^h day of January, 1935, at twelve , ^ stake- thence S 38 Fi^5 50 chs
Mr. and Mrs. N. N. McLean and. Misses Raynor and Leamon Crouse' 1913, and recorded in Book 53, page | the court house door: ^ stake’ Gardner’s corner- thence
sons, James Ray and Hugh, were din- returned on Saturday from Greens-; 281, Registry of Moore County. I ‘“^^id county, sell to the highest; j,, i 2 F 'i'ion rh<» pw.««’ino- luni
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Me- boro where they spent several days. | TENTH TRACT' 57 5 acres (more i satisfy said exe-. „ (now ciwni Card
Lean and Miss Margaret McLean of Richard Evans of Pageland, S. C.. i or less) land conv^eved to^H^^^ "^ht, title and inter-i
Cam„o„ Suncy. visited a, the horn. o/j. B, Evans | MaLXSrtnl coTpany brH.nry i ‘‘ A, SmiS^lZt S 40 E.
Di. and Mrs. R. G. Rosser and Mrs.; last week, i powers et als bv deed dated March I defendant, has in the | xjiii Creek to Smith's rnr
Danie Thomas attended the funeral of | Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Griffin and Ed- ^ 15. jgig. and rec^rrdod in Bonk\: n ‘ lescribed^real estate situate in Moore , McDeed's Creek; thence up the
cliannel of A/tDeed’s Creek to a cor-
L'ciiiic Xiiuiiida dLLciiutru Lilc iuiicidi | ivxi. diKj oiycG oniiin »nQ ‘ 1916 and in o • vu co.* m
Dr. Rosser'.a uncle, Sandy Kelly, at ward Griffin of Sanford were SunC.ay ; png-e 593 Rc*fi-isirv of Maorp f'nnn’ ' Carolina, towit:
.siViaiinw uvii rhiirrh Satiirdnv nt. Hinnor cmoct= iw,. anri Af-o r! nr ! . ® ® iviuuie V./UU11- ^ Beginning at a concrete monu-
make immediate pay
ment to me.
This 9th day of November, 1934.
KATHERINE J. RIGGAN,
Southern Pines, N. C. N9-D14.
.VDMINISTKATOK’S NOTICE ~
Shallow Well church Saturday at- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.;
Notice is hereby given that the un-
ternoon. Mr. Kelly, who resided near Griffin.
Jonesboro, was eighty-seven years of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Temple spent
age. Monday in Raleigh. /
J. A. “Teem” Thomas, who resides Mrs. H. A. Borst, Mrs. S. R. Smith
between Vass and Cameron, is crit- and \V. B. Graham of the local
ment, corner of Elberta Company’s , qualified as Adminis-
’ r */ 1 rn thoir lino M A T-v nKa r
All the above lands being situated , and Blake'.s lands, thence North 6 ' their line N. 4.75 chs. to a stake trator of the Estate of Lenora Me
in and near the village of Hightails, ' 3.4 degrees West 953 ft. to a stake , ^ branch, 2 blackgums and pop-' Farland W'eldon. Any and all per-
Moore County, North Carolina, and rieht of wav Norfolk Southern Rail- i pointers; thence on their other' sons having claims or demands
for a more full complete and detail ■ road; thence North 88 West 1038 1-2 ^ 27.22 chs .to a stake, against the said estate are hereby
ically ill at his home with heart trou- Methodist church attended a mass, f ''f ^ ^ 3 fa^hT“rL S\^comV^- thl:
ble. Mr. Thomas has been confined meeting of stewards from throughout' referred to. | of^old F^lowers Road; thence South ,/..L !?, i ^-Within
to his bed .. ■ , ^ , , _ , . . . . , z?
past few days. , nesday for Manteo to spend the hoi- ?ng, a roller mill,
Archibald McGill of Route 2 is j idays with her parents.
11, cotton gin build- i to point of beginning, containing 24.1 i
warehouse building | acres, more or less. Surveyed Decem-| ‘ , f" WELDON,
6 1. _ I srnk-p thfinpo nn hia i.na x. .in, gy johnson & Johnson, Attys.
The News from Carthage
mg. a storage warehouse building ,voo. i stake- thencp on hi<j nfhf-r lino m .in
and 25 residences, or tenant houses, ber 19, 1921 by George H. Maurice.! ^ f av, ^ ^
This 4th day of December. 1934. I 'V ^ t a small ^ Aberdeen, N. C„
C J MCDONALD P^nd, two pines and maple pointers, November 9, li)34
Sheriff of Moore Conn’tv ' and Will Seward’s corner; , —
bheutt ot Moore county, ^ seward s line N. 68 : NOTICE OF FORECLOSI RE
W. R. Clegg. John Willcox and F.. H. Morton, John Beasley, R. W.
Carlton AIcDonald have returned home Pleasants. Charles T. Grier, S. H.
after a business t'-ip in the eastern Miller, J. E. Muse, Joe Allen, U. L. I ^®®P Kiver and a racc leading from
^ and other improvements.
I There is also located upon the
above pioperty, or connected there- j
with, a developed w-ater l^ovver. said '
water power development consisting
of a rock and concrete dam across
part of the state.
Me.sdames George Carter. J. E.
Muse and W. R. Clegg were Sanford
vi.sitors on Thursday.
Mr. and Mis. J. R, Lynch f San-
lord -spent the week-end with Mr.
a;id Mrs. R. L. Yow.
Mrs. John Baker was called to
H. Gritfin ami
I.' V41 I’ vMi V i ^ point-' Under and by virtue of the powers
\ I'.VKM I ,,,.g coiner; thence on his other! of sale contained in a certain deed of
TT I ^ u * \ " u i *‘ne N. 22 W. 10.00 chs. to a stake,' trust’executed by Raphael W. Pum-
Under and by virtue of the author-1 ijiackjack pointers; thence with his pelly and wife, Amelie Pumpeily, to
!!!! «^her line s. 68 VV. 19.00 chs. to all^eyton Cochran. Trustee of the
1 n„_ -„.ii r,i._ T’ * .„,j w.. T __ ’National Bank, under date of
1P20, which deed of trust
indebtedness thereby secur-
extended to March 30, 1926,
5.90 chs. 'to a stake, Oscar Seward's vvritten agreement, and which deed
corner; thence as his line N. 10 W. of trust is duly recorded in the office
22.55 chs. to a stake near Mill Creek, i the Register of Deeds for Moore
a pine and 2 biac.'cgum pointers; bounty in Book of Mortgages 31 at
contract club on Wednesday at a piope^'ty rights which High will on Saturday, the
ciiarming bridge luncheon Mrs R G -Manutactunng Company has 29th day cf December, 1934,
Wallace won high score foV the club sold with the above. 3 2 o’clock noon,
members and Mrs. F. H. Underwood PEIiSON.VI. I’UOI'EKT\' the Courthouse door in Moore
Jonesboro Friday on .account of the t^e guest prize. Covers were laid for ' All the cotton mill, roller mill, and County, Carthage, N. C., seii at pub- | thence direct to the beginning- con-' P^ffc 196, to which reference is here-
death of her father, Alexander Kelly. Mesdames E. H. Morton, U. L. Spence,* cotton gin machinery, attachments, ca^h ^o^ the.,highest Gaining 261 acres, more or less! ! made, the indebtedness secured by
Mi.ss Eula May Morgan, who is Colin G. Spencer, C. T. Grier, L. W.
stu'iying in Raleigh. ?pent the week- Barlow, fi. G. Wallace, W. H, Grif-
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tin, H, 1-. Seawell. H. G, Poolo, F. H.
J, M. Morgan. Underwiiud. Worth Miller. Edward
Mre. L. W. Barlow and Mr. and Simpson and George Waid of Milford,
Mrs. U. L. Spence were Raleigh vis- C nn.
itors on Thursday.
Mrs. H. F. seawell and Mrs. MAUIilAOE LICENSES
Meade Seawell left
fixtures, engines, generatoivs. pulleys,
shafting, belts, tools and other para
phernalia useti with and in connoc-
tion with the plants of the High
Falls Manufacturing Company.
All the goods, wares, merchandise,
stocK in trade, and inventories, in-
bidder the following land, towit;
. . * . A his .sale is made by reason of the' '’‘“’ng due and
^ Begin.^ng at a stake, (-onner Poindexter and wife remaining unpaid, and the powers of
" Ji, or.'"L. Katie Poindexter, and W. T. Fletcher ■ therein contained having become
3. 82 2o \\. oO*. ft. to a stake about; lucv E Fletcher to niv ' operative in the manner of said deed
fhnnrr^s f = off and discharge the indebtedness se-^ prescribed, the undersigned
thence S, 1 10 W. 17.j9 tt. to a cured by said Deed of Trust. : v,-ill offer for .sale at public auction,
„ stake.^ Lloyd’s corner; thence with; ^ deposit of 10 percent'will be re-' at 12 o’clock noon, on Fri-
.luding cotton, grain, supplies, goods Lloyd’s line S. 66 50’ E. 595 ft. to a ^ purchaser at the sale. ^Ist day of December. 19;}4,
Marriage licenses have been issued i m process, office equipment, trans- ' This the 2lst day of November I Courthouse Door in Carthage,
I, J. ,1 ... ... ’'Moore County, North Carolina, the
ng described real estate, to-
Wnahincrtnn n n f^oin the office of the Register ot portation equipment and etc., cwn-; Lloyd s corner; thence down the cen-, 393^
ioin Mr Seawell ’ Deeds of Moore county to the follow-; i-d by the High Falls Manufacturing ' 1 INTERSTATE TRUSTEE CORPOR- follow:
N *a' McKeithen Jr of Lumber , Company, where ever the .same may 37 1-4 E. ToO ft^N. 37 1-2 E 547 ^ Substituted Trustee, Dur- "'‘V
u 1 Richard Franklin Tarleton of Aber- ' be located. i ^t., N. 3i 20 E. 400 ft. to a stake, ham N C n? 9ss A c(
ton spent Thursday night at her home „ .
in Cai-thage Mary F:isie Chandler ot
Mrs. Nealie Black and son. Jack
Black have returned home after vis
iting Mr.s. A. J. Bateman in Lynch
Jack Lane has returned to Oxford
after visiting his family.
W’. H. Currie spent the week-end
in Gastonia. He was accompanied
home by Mrs. Currie who nas been
spending some time with her par
ents, M:. and Mrs. A. E. Woltz.
All notes, accounts receivable,, Conner Black’s line; thence with Con-
debts, claim.s and evid3iices of inilebt ner Black s line N. 58 20’ W’. 1445 ft.
D7-28 ' certain tract or parcel of land
■ i lying and being in Moore County,
i North Carolina, situate in Bensalem
NOTICE OF UECH\r:KSHll*
Under and by virtue ot the author
ity and direction contained in an or-
The Rev. and Mrs. W'. S. Golden der or decree of sale made and enter-
and children Anne and Frances spent cd in the Superior Court of Moore
Saturday in Greensboro. County in that certain action now
Miss Emmie Hearn Horton spent pending and entitled "Gurney J^.
the week-end at her home in Albe- Hood, Commissi ner of Banks and
marie. etc. vs. High Falls Manufacturing
Mrs. W. R. Clegg s-pent Friday m Company" the under.signed will ot-
Charlotte. I fer for sale, at public auction, lo the
Mis.s Margaret McLeod sh pped in! highest bidder for cash, ai the tront
Greensboro on Saturday. jdoor of the office building ot the High
iMe.sdames O. D. Wallace, Ed Muse j F’alls Manufacturing Company, at
and W. S. Golden spent Tuesday with i Highfalls, North Carolina, on Mon^
Southern Pines. ..1 ’ 1 . 1
Curtis Caviness of McConnell and edness owning to the High Falls Man- beginning, containing 61.7,^ • Ot rOKECLOSLKE SALE Township, Beginning at a point in
- - ' ufa.turing Company. ; acres, more or less. Under and by virtue of the power the center of the Aberdeen and Ashe-
All of the above properties and all reason of the “ contained in that certain deed, boro Railroad track, a few feet north
other properties of every kind and failure of Frank Dudgeon, Jr., and ot trust from Harry A. Lewis and (of the eastern corner of the station of
description, whether above enum-rat- Louise Dudgeon, to pay wife, Mabel W. Lewis, to Carolina , Samarcand, 589 feet due south of a
ed or not and where ever the san.e ' the indebtedness se-i "Mortgage Company, Trustee, dated | stake in the Sand-clay Road; run-
san.t, I J326. and recorded in Book | ning thence N. 8582 feet to a con-
A deposit of 10 percent will be re- offi^ of the Reg- j crete block; thence N. 28 deg. 15 min.
Flossie Kidd of Bennett.
may be located, will be sold; and i,hc
same will be sold as a whole, or in
bulk, and not separately, and will be purchaser at the |^ster of Deeds of Moore County. North E. 622.3 ft. to a concrete block;
anH /<f all . salc. i CaroliHa, default having been made j thence W’. 2010 feet to a Concrete
free and clear of all encumbrances.
This sale will be held and conduct
Oil in compliance with the decree ot
This the 21st day of November, | *n the payment of the notes thereby ' block beside a big ditch; thence S.
V,..*. .secured and the holder thereof hav-1 38 W. 30 feet to a concrete block
the court, above referred to and the INTF:RSTATE TRUSTEE CORPOR-I >ng directed that the deed of trust beside the .same ditch; thence S. 71
ATION, Sub.stituted Trustee. Dur-! oe foreclosed, the undersigned trus-1 e. 1180,8 feet to a concrete block
ham, N. C. D7-28. (t^6 will offer for sale at the court j near the corner of Pumpelly’s big
house door in the Town of Carth- | field; thence S. 14 W'. by a concrete
sale will be subject to confirmation
oy the Court.
This the 11th day of December,
HARVEY B. JONES,
HIGH FALLS MANUFACTURING
SALE OF V.VLl ABLE FAKM
age. North Carolina, at twelve o’clock ’ block (1228.4 feet) to the center of
noon on Friday, the 28th day of De- the Aberdeen and Asheboro Railroad
Under and by virtue of the author- cember, 1934, and will sell to the ; track 1285.4 feet; thence along the
ity conferred upon us in a Deed of ^ highest bidder for caslji, a certain lot | center of said track to the beginning,
1 rust, executed by R. L. Poindexter j or parcel of land in or near the Town ; containing 45 acres, more or less;
and wife, Katie Poindexter, and W. T. I of Southern Pines. McNeills Town-| subject to the right of way of the
Fletcher and wife, Lucy E. Fletcher, shij). County of Moore, State of 1 Aberdeen and Asheboro Railroad
on the 6th day of January, 1925, and ’ North Carolina, and more particu- | Company and the Raleigh, .Charlotte
recorded in Book 42. Page 492, we ^ ^Eirly described as follows; . and Southern Railroad Company over
will on Saturday, the j Lot 16 with 13 feet of adjacent al-1 said land.
29th day of December, 1934, ley, the central square, and the al-1 J. TALBOT JOHNSON,
- - - - i rr, . . ^ o’clock noon, I ley between lots 22 and 23, all in Substituted Trustee for Franklin
die cotton yarn mill, equipped and in I Trust executed by J, F. Allred and , at the Courthouse door in Moore I Blk. K, 3 Southern Pines, N C National Bank,
operation for the manufacture of 8’s, j wife, Elizabeth E. Allred lo L, f:. County, Carthage, N. C., sell at pub-' bounded and de.scribed as follows: ’ By Johnson & Johnson, Attorneys.
lO's and 12’s cott:n yarns; a roller Johnson and J.. Vance Rowe, 'I'rus-! lie auction for cash to the highest, Beginning at a point in the East ' This 19th day of November, 1934.
Phillips Stead of Norfolk. Va., is j mill equipped and in operation for the 1 tees, dated July.6th, 1927, and re-, bidder the following land, towit; i line of F!ast Broad St. 254 feet from ' N23-D14.
vi.'3iting her mother, Mrs. Cross at j manufacture of flour, corn meal and} corded in the Moore County Registry; First Tract; Lying and being be-j the North side of Penn.sylvania Ave., '
the Carthage Hotel. j feed products; a cotton gin equipped; in Book 48, at page 292, the said j tween Mill Creek and McDeeds Creek, 1 running thence with the F^ast line of
Mrs. Charles McD-nald was guest | and in operation. Said properties be- | L! E. Johnson and J. Vance Rowe, | and beginning at a stake in Pope’s | East Broad St., S. 53 degrees 15’ W.
of honor at a dinner party given by j ing briefly detailed as follows, to-1 Trustees, will, at 12 o’clock noon on ; line about 30 yards N. of the Ray j 59 feet; thence'S. 36 degrees 45 min!
her .sister, Mrs. R. A. Watson mi wit; | Tuesday, January 8th, 1935 at the , House and having a persimmon point-j E. 1.50 feet; thence S. 53 degrees
Jonesboro on Thursday. | KE.VL EST.ATi: | Court House door of Moore County, | er; running thence with Pope’s line 15 min. W. 45 feet; thence S. 36 de-
iriends in Fayetteville.
Mrs. B. J. Wallace spent Thurs
day in Cbnrlotte.
Mr, and Mrs. George Ward of Mil
ford, (Zionn., are .spending .some time
at the Carthage Hotel.
Claude Kennedy of Durham spent
the week-end in town.
day. the 31st day of Decembei, 1934, '
at ten o’clock, A.. M.. all the prop-,
erties of every kind and de.'?cription'
pf the High Flails Manufacturing j
Company, consisting of a 4.080 spin-
NOTICE OF .SALE OF L.\N1)
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the |
aiithority conferred by Deed of
Miss Ruby McGoogan and Mrs. Al
bert Humphrey of Fayetteville were
recent guests of Mrs. J. E. Muse.
Mrs. W. G. Brown attended the
Institute on Government meeting and
luncheon at the Woman’s Club in
Charlotte last Friday.
Mrs. J. A. Davis was hostess to her
contract bridge club on Friday af
ternoon. Mrs. S. H. Miller won high
score prize for the club members and
Mrs. John Beasley guest prize. Those
playing were Mesdames H. F. Sea
well, Jr., H. G. Poole, O. B. Welch,
FIRST TRACT; All that 22.5 actes j in Carthage, N. C., sell at public i N. 19 W. 9 chains and 3 links to a
(more or less 1 land conveyed to rfi^h
Falls Manufacturing Company to
(1) T. N. Woody and wife by deed
dated April 29, 1897, and recorded
in the Registry of Moore County in
Book 17, Page 167; and (2) by W. E.
Woody by deed dated April 29. 1897,
and recorded in Book 17, Page 165,
and (3) by W. D. Dowdy by deed
dated April 27, 1897, and recorded in
Book 17, Page ITO, Registry of Moore
SECOND TRACT: All that 12.5
grees 45 min. E. 42 feet; thence S.
53 degrees 15 min. W. 150 ft. to the
North line of Pennsylvania Ave.,
thence S. 36 degrees 45 min. E. 16
feet; thence N. 53 degrees 15 min. E.
150 feet; thence S. 36 degrees 45 min.
E. 42 feet; thence N. 53 degrees 15
auction for cash to the highest bid- ; stake in William Seward’s line. Pope’s
der the following lanti; | corner; thence as Seward’s line N.
Being in the Town of Aberdeen, i 69 E. 12 ;40 chs. to a stake, 2 pine
North Carolina and beginning at the | and maple pointers on the E. edge
north eastern corner of the T. B. I of a small lake. Will Seward’s cor-
Creel drug store lot on the southern I ner; thence S. 40 E. 7.65 chs. to a
line of Main Street; thence with Main I stake; thence S. 62 W. 15.30 ch.s. to min. E. 100 ft.; thence North 36 de
Street S. 58 degrees 15 min. E. 49 j the first station, containing 11 1-4 j grees 45 min. W. 100 feet; thence
feet to the north eastern corner of acres, more or less. N. 8 degrees 15 min. E. 5.’65 feet;
Allred Chevrolet Company’s brick I Second Tract; Beginning at a stake, thence N. 36 degrees 45 min. W. 146
building, being also the north west- j Pope and Wilson’s corner, and run-, feet to place of beginning,
ern intersection of McLeod-Allred 40 ning thence S. 60-02 E. 656 ft. to a The above described property be-
foot alley; thence with the western ! stake ,one of the corners of the Black j ing the same lamd conveyed to Harry
Having qualified this day as Ad
ministratrix of the estate of Jonoh P.
Deaton, deceased, late of Moore
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased to
present them, duly certified, to the
undersigned, on or before October
29th, 1935, or this notice vdll be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to the said estate
will please make immediate payment
to me. Dated this 29th day of Oc
— GT2RTRUDE L. DEATON,
Administratrix of the estate of Jonah
F, Deaton Deceased,