Sunday, August 11, 2019

Milton Mills

Large Trust Sale

By Virtue of a Deed of Trust Executed to me on the 7th day of November last, by James D. Newsom, for certain purposes therein mentioned, I shall sell to the highest bidder, on the 20th day of December next, at the Court House door in the City of Raleigh, the following valuable property, to wit:
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Also, in the town of Milton, Caswell county, on Tuesday, the 1st day of January, 1856, the Milton Cotton Factory and Mills, and about 15 comfortable dwelling houses, with lots and gardens attached to each, embracing about 16 or 17 acres of land in all.

The Cotton Factory building is of brick, 46 x 80 feet, four stories high, covered with a zinc roof, and contains nearly two thousand spindles, 14 cards, 2 drawing frames, 20 looms, with all the necessary gearing and machinery for operating the same, with two water wheels and a steam engine attached. A part of the above machinery is new, having been lately purchased; the balance but little worn and capable of doing first-rate work.

Bartlett Yancey School to Open September 14th (1925)

Bartlett Yancey School to Open September 14th (1925)

Yanceyville N.C. Sept 2 -- The Bartlett Yancey High [sic] School will open on Monday September 14th with twelve teachers for the academic subjects and one music teacher. Eight of these teachers are new to the school and five have been in the work before.

The list of teachers follows:

S. H. Abell principal Richland Ga., A. B. Elon College

E. M. Wells science teacher, Teacheys, N.C., B.S. State University

Mrs. Alma Griffin, history teacher, Raleigh, N.C., Meredith College

Mrs. Giles Mebane, Blanch, N.C., mathematics teacher, Louisburg College

Miss Fannie Lea, Ringgold, Va., seventh grade, Randolph Macon College

Miss Sarah Fogleman, Burlington, N.C., sixth grade, Blackstone College

Mrs. Alice Goodson, Danville, R.F.D. 5, fifth grade, State College, Greensboro

Miss Ruth Everett, Edenton, N.C., fourth grade

Miss Eva Walker, Yanceyville, N.C., third grade, E.C.T. College, Greenville, N.C.

Mrs. Florence F. Taylor, Milton, N.C., second grade

Miss Annie H. Murray, Danville, Va., higher first grade, Randolph Macon

Miss Myrtle Lea, Blanche, N.C., first grade, N.C.C. Women College, Greensboro, N.C.

Miss Mary L. Stacy, Ruffin, N.C., music, N.C. College Women, Greensboro

The Bee (Danville, Virginia), 2 September 1925, Wednesday, Page 2.