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180—Legal_j
Department, Office of Dis
TrCaVoervisor, Alcohol Tax Unit.
ir.it 5“| iniernal Revenue, Baltimore,
Bril'811 11 Datc 0f first publication, July
yjrvland "jcc hcrcby given that on
:t. :94‘ J947, one 1940 Pontiac Sedan,
j; r -i. ^ 27991, with accessories.
Mold ■ ^ ‘lM pender County, North
u«s, ‘c17 , violation of the Interna!
C*0”1'*’ lows, to-wit: Section 3221,
ffevenue Code. . Any person
Ir-tei >£' lcrcst f„ said property must
c:s:'v V the office of Investigator in
■ >?Pca ‘ 'alcohol Tax Unit. Charlotte,
c'yT': olina.' and file claim and cost
!i»r,h , provided bv Section 3724, In
tor1! pi venUc Code, on or before
ten'81, .. ]<H7, otherwise the property
Ad'"' jlsposed of according to law.
» . ;0 District Supervisor,
ft, ' 1_
^ notice of sale
sjM! OF NORTH CAROLINA
( 01 NTT OF NEW HANOVER
power of sale in a Deed of
l'lC1 ..-‘'j.ilcd by King Frank Dixon
Tr^\.'t Martha T. Dixon, to C- D.
srd ‘ , ce. dated September 1, 1944,
Hog' '( , i d in Book 367, page 113, in
ar,G ,‘c . Hanover County Register of
th£f;c off^e; and *by virture of the
” -1'vested in me as successor
a-‘‘:. p‘"'bj written instrument executed
:!;;C (.)rdcd in accordeance
a™h terms of the said Deed of
n having been made in the
Tr^.'r , f the debt secured and the
Trust being by its terms su*b
^ i,veclosure, and the holder of
* KPC ■: debt having demanded fore
u, satisfy said debt, I will offer
05 sai€ at public auction to the
*-%hest nlcic3er *or casb at lbe Court
House door in Wilmington, North Caro:
■ • a 3t 12:00 o’clock noon on August 12,
tne land conveyed in said Deed
T. . same lying in the City of
New Hanover County,
N>‘.'V Carolina, and more particularly
described as follows:
BEGINNING in the Eastern line of
Figh<„. 5- ret at a point sixty-nine (69)
feet North of the Northern line of
Harnett street, runs thence Eastwardly
and paIellei with Harnett street, one
•j-cired sr.d ten (110) feet, thence
Northwardly and parellel with Eighth
‘]rer-_ thirty (30) feet; thence West
vard 1 v and parellel with Harnett street,
0\c ■ a ched and ten (110) feet to the
gggtcm h'ne of Eighth street; thence
v.ardly along said Eastern line of
f-;?' : ; s rect, thirty (30) feet to the
p0 • nf Beginning; same being part of
No 4. in block 310, according to
.,P official plan of the said City of
W gton, North Carolina.
Th s Nth day of July, 1947.
Wallace C. Murchinson
Success ir Trustee
YOUNG DEER MAKES
SELF AT HOME ON
• BRUNSWICK FARM
Special to the Star
SOUTHPORT, July 27.-A star
boarder, without pay, at the D. R
Johnson dairy farm at Winnabow
Is Tony, a young deer. The morn
ing and afternoon milking period
would not be complete withont
Tony being around to observe op
erations and to occasionally re
ceive a largesse iy the way of a
drink.
Tony, his mother and a brother
or sister—the fact of this not being
determined — was scared into a
wire enclosure from where she
coifld not escape, on the nearby
Governor Russell plantation. Un
willing to turn the little deer loose
without the protecting benefit of
parents, to fall victim to dogs, the
Covill’s, who own the plantation
took the little creature over and
wished it off on the Johnson herd
of dairy cows.
Fed night and mornmg and hav
ing the run of the farm and pas
ture, with no restrictions, the little
animal has become very friendly
with the cows, the Johnsons and
their employees. Especially at
milking time.
180—Legal
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER
NOTICE
Tlie undersigned, having qualified as
administrators of the Estate of R. C.
Fergus deceased, late of New Hanover
County, this is to notify all persons
having claims against said estate to
present them to the undersigned on or
before the 28th day of June, 19*8 at the
office of R. C. Fergus & Sons, Wil
mington, N. C., or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of IheiT recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will pleas« make immediate payment
to the . undersigned.
This the 28th day of June, 1947.
R. L. Fergus
I. E. Fergus
Attorneys for Administrators
Frink & Herring
Southport, N. C.
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your family's appetites these long, lazy Summer
afternoons’!”
DAILY CROSSWORD
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(slang)
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wool
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river
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42. Coin (It.)
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