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Friday, January 20, 1928
Mr*. ELBERT S. PEEL, Editor
In Nofrolk Today ■
Mrs. J. G. Staton spent today in
Returns From Wilmington
Mr. W. T. Hunter will return to
morrow from Wilmington, where he
went on a business trip.
To Arrive Tomorrow ,
Mr. and Mfs. W. J. Hunter and
little daughter, Virginia, will arrive
tomorrow from Greensboro to spend
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W.
To Spend Week End in Four Oaks
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Manning, jr.,
will spend the week end with rela
tives in Four Oaks.
In Norfolk This Week
Messrs. J. D. Woolard and C. A.
Harrison spent Wednesday and
Thursday in Norfolk.
Jn Washington Tuesday
Jack and Rome Biggs visited their
sister, Mrs. Robert Bogart, in the
Washington Hospital Tuesday night.
Visiting in New Town
Mrs. D. S. Spain, of Greenville, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harper
Holliday, and Mr. Holliday, at their
home in New Town.
Visits Relatives in Scotland Neck
Mrs. John D. Biggs visited rela-,
tives in Scotland Neck this week.
In Washington, D. C.
Mrs. N. C. Green is in Washing
ton, D. C., spending two weeks with
her sister, Mrs. Harry C. James.
To yisit in Wilson
Mrs. W. C- Manning will go to
Wilson tomorrow to sjiend the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Law
Leaves for Roanoke Rapids
Raymond McKenzie left Wednes
day for Roanoke Rapids, where he
will work with the Virginia Electric
& Power Co.
Jn Raleigh Wednesday
Mrs. Robert Everett spent Wed
nesday in Raleigh. . .
Here From Plymouth
Mrs. Elmer Jackson and Miss Pee
Wee Jackson, of Plymouth, visited
friends here this week.
In Bethel Wednesday
Mrs. A. R. Dunning visited rela
tives in Bethel Wednesday.
in Rocky Mount Wednesday
Mrs. Leslie T. Fowden, Mrs. Rush
Bondurant, and Mrs. Warren Biggs
spent Wednesday afternoon in Rocky
Visitor Here Wednesday
Mr. Jim Griffin, of Griffins Town
ship, was here Wednesday.
150 BARRELS CORN WANTED;
We will pay $3.50 per barrel, cash.
Write or phone 2603. J. J. Roberson
& Son, Jainesville, Route 1. j2O 4t
TWO GOLDFISH AND AQUARIUM
GIVEN WITH EACH 50* BOTTLE
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Clark's Drug Store
MRS SAUNDERS IS
HOSTESS TO CLUB
Mrs. J. H. Saunders entertained
the card club Wednesday at her home
on Church Street.
Mrs. Titus who made
high score, was given a pair of silk
She had as special guests Mrs. Les
lie Fowden and Mrs. Frank Barnes.
The "hostess served delicious fried
oysters, slaw, pickles, rolls, and cof
NEWSNOTES OF j
Several New Scholars En
rolled Since Christmas
Cooper School has gotten back to
work now. Every one had a good
Christmas, and we are trying to get to
1 work and have a good school.
. We have several new scholars in
school this month. The teachers are
very glad to have them with us. Our
Friday afternoon societies are
grand'. We are going to elect a new
president, secretary, and program com
mittee Friday afternoon. The old of
ficers as follows: President,
Henry Price; secretary, Fmma
Moore; vice president. Titus Martin;
program committee, Marie Long. Ber
tie Barber. Luddie Mae Williams;
critic, Miss Lula Outland; treasurer,
Miss Hazel Roberson; motto, 'Make
Wc are trying to make our school
campus more attractive than it has
Mid-term examinations closed
Thursday. The records show a small
er percentage of failures than did last
The following students made the
honor roll in the school department
* Seventh grade: Stella Marie Long,
92; Mildred Mae Long, '>o; Cott#
Margaret Jackso'ri, 90.
I Sixth grade: Lillian Holliday, 93,
1 Bertie Barber 91; Fmmie Moore. 90.
Fourth grade: Louise Martin, 90.
Primary grades: Primer class: Kula
Lee Price, Thomas Earl Martin, Si
mon Barber, Church Modlin, Leon
Second grade: Carol Modlin, Thom
as Rogers; James Hardison; Paul
I Barber. —Marie Long, seventh grade.
NOTICE OF SALE
is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a power of sale con
tained in that certain deed of trust ex
ecuted by Joe Purvis and wife, and
Isaac Purvis and wife, to the under
lined, bearing date the 3rd day of
May, 1920, syid of record in book H-2,
at page 238, of Jhe public registry of
Martin County, said trust deed hav
ing been given to secure the payment
of certain notes of even- date there
with. and default having been made,
and the stipulations therein not hav
ing been complied with, and at the re
-ttwnt~of -the hrrtrter-nf said notes, "The
undersigned trustee will, on the 20th
day of February, 1928, at 12 o'clock
noOn, at the courthouse door of Mar
tin County, at Williamston, N. C., of
fer at public sale, to the highest bid
der, for cash, the following described
real estate, to wit:
Beginning at a pine on the public
road leading from Hamilton to 1 ar
boro, N. C., the Sherrod corner, then
with said Sherrod's line 270 yards to
a lightwood . stake, Alex Peterson s
corner, thence at right angles and
parallel with the first line 300 yards to
the road, thence with said road 35
yards to the beginning, containing two
acres, more or less.
B. M. WORSLEY.
j2O 4tw Trustee.
FAUCETTE - WHITLEY
On Wednesday morning, January
18, at his home on Smithwick Street,
Elder Sylvester Hassell united in
marriage Miss Nellie C. Whitley and
Mr. William C. Faucette.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Bettie Z. Whitley, of Washington, N.
C., and is a young lady of rare
charm and enjoys great popularity
among the people of this section.
The groom is a very prosperous
farmer of the Grimesland section of
Pitt County, where he has lived for
a number of years and enjoys a wide
circle of friends in Pitt and adjoin
! Only immediate members of the
family were present and immediately
after the ceremony the happy couple
left on a motor trip to Norfolk and
other northern points.
FOR SALE: MULE AND CART.
several barrels corn, two or three
plows. All will be sold cheap for
cash. Apply Henry Perry, l'oplar
Point- jl7 2t
What About Your
Our Eyesight Specialist
DR. HODGENS WILL BE AT THE
CLARK DRUG STORE
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
For the Purpose of Examining Eyes
Bell Jewelry Co.
WASHINGTON, N. C.
Ly for your
NEW Cotton Crop
COTTON insurance . . . that's what Chilean
Nitrate of Soda is.
This nitrogen fertilizer meets every cotton need.
Beats the weevil. 1 Brings cotton through bad
weather. Grows a strong, healthy, money-making
i Read , This !
1 "I am through with cottonseed meal as
a fertilizer for cotton. It's Nitrate of
Soda for me from now on. Jt is quick
acting and will get ahead of the boll
1 weevil. I expect to use 200 to 300 lbs.
per acre on my cotton this year. lam
in the market for a car of Soda now." ,
W. B. BUNTING I
Nashville. N. C. i
It's Soda, not luck, that makes real cotton suc
cess. Get your soda now for the new cotton crop.
Frep Fertiliser Book *
Writ• for oar new 34-pagm illuMtrmted book "Low
ComtCotton." It it frmo. Auk [for Book No. 3 or tw
out thit md ltd audi it with your anno ltd mddr—m.
Chi Jean m
• Nitrate of Soda
EDUCATIONAL BUREAU ,
DtpL 68C. Pnrf~*onal Bldg., RaUigh, JIG 1
m Mm writing plimtt mention Ad Nm. 6SC.
NOTICE OP SALS OP LAND
Under and by virtue of the power of
sale contained in that certain deed of
trust executed on the 3rd day of Feb
ruary, 1925 ? bv W. H. Leggett and
wife, Cecelia Leggett, and of record
in the public registry of Martin Coun
ty in book G-2, at page 43, said deed
of trusj having been given to secure
a certain note of even date and tenor
therewith, and the stipulations therein
contained rtot having been complied
with, and at the request of the parties
interested) the undersigned trustee will
on Motiday, Februaw 13th, 1928, at,
12 o'clock ni.. at the courthouse door
in the town of Williamston, N. C M of
fer for sale to the highest bidder for
Cash the following described property:
A tract of land and improvements
thereon in the town of Williarnston,
N. C., on south aide of Watts Street,
and beginning at a Stake, Simon Man
ning's corner, on Watts Street, thewce
along Simon Manning's line to fthe
property of L. B. Harrison, tbence a
4tmg HarrisonV line to Harrison's cor-"
ner, a stake in l-tggett's land, thence
along a line at right angles with-Jthe
last-named line along Harrison's line
to Leggett's Lane, thence along Leg
gctt's Lane 150 feet to a stob, thence
a straight line at right angles with
Leggett's Lane, to Warren Street,
thence along Warren Street to Hat
tie Thrower's corner, thence a line
parallel with Watts Street and along
the line *of Hattie Thrower and La
tham Thrower land to a corner of
I.athain Thrower in line,
thence along Latham Thrower s line,
which would be at -right angles with
Watts Street, to Watts Street, thence
along Watts Street to Simon Man
ning s corner, on Watts Street, the be
ginning. containing. 3 acres, more or
Saving and excepting a lot 50 feet
•on Warren Street and 150 feet deep,
| heretofore sold to J. D. Leggett by W .
II Leggett anil Wife, Cecelia
I This the 10th dav of January, 1928
\VH EELER MARTIN,
j!3 4tw Trustee.
' NOTICE OP SALE
$10,000.00 Street Improvement Bonds,
Manteo, North Carolina
Notice is hereby given that bids will
be received until 8 o'clock p. m., on
Wednesday, February 1, 1928, by the
board of commissioners of the town of |
Manteo,-North Carolina, at the mayor's
office, for the purchase of ten thous-1
and dollars ($10,000) of street im-|
provement bonds of said town, dated
February 1, 1928, and maturing $500.00
February 1. 1931. and yearly thereafter
until and including 1946, and SI,OOO
maturing February 1, 1947, and 1948,
and bearing interest at six per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually, denom
ination of SSOO each, and both princi
pal and interest payable at the Han
over National Bank, in the city and
State of New York.
An unlimited tax is authorized for
the full payment of the interest and
.principal ii these bonds. :
j Purchasers -will be furnished with
I the approvaVopinion of Messrs. Storey,
j Thorndike, Palmer & Dodge, attor-
I neys, Boston, Mass.,'and the blank
. bonds, without charge.
| The said bonds are issued under the
| provisions of the municipal finance act
(Sections 2928 to 2965, Vol. 3, Consoli
dated Statutes of North Carolina).
All "bids must be accompanied by a 1
certified check upon''* an incorporated
bank or trust company, payable to the
order of the treasurer of the town of
Manteo, N. C.. for two per cent of
the face value of the bonds bid for
to secure the town against any loss re
sulting from failure of the bidder to
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in bulk and save enough on one 35-ton car, in cost between our prices, and.
what you would pay for other limes of equal quality in bags, to pay for one
$90.00 lime spread and the cost of spreading the lime.
According to the North Carolina Extension Department, one carload of
this lime will net the farmer, on 30 acres, for a period of two years, $4,U80.00.
For further information, consult your county agent.
This lime contains some moisture and can be handled into. wagOn bod
ies with ease and piled conveniently in the fields. Rain will not change its
physical or mechanical condition. Any of the late types of spreaders will dis
tribute this lime perfectly.
40 Per Cent Magnesium Carbonate SO Per Cent Calcium Carbonate
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DELIVERED PRICES, CAR LOTS
Williamston $3.37 per ton Greenville $3.37 per ton
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Ahoskie $3.37 per ton Belhaven $3.84 per ton
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PROMPT SHIPMENT SEE OR WRITE
F. C. BENNETT
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Another Car Load
KENTUCKY AND MISSOURI ftORSES AND MULES
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A horse or a mute af the right price is what you are looking for. We
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have them. Come in to see them. Stables back of Harrison Bros. & Co.
John F. Thigpen
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
comply with the terms of this sale.'
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
H. H. TWIFORD,
Town of Manteo, N. C. j2O 4t
Julius, S. Peel, attorney.
Having this day qualified as ex.ecu*4
tor (.A the estate of James Levin" Leg
gett, late of Martin County, all per
sons holding claims against the estate
of the sauLLfggett are hereby notified
to present tlie*fame to me for payment
on or before the 18th day of January,!
1929, or this notice will be pleaded' in
bar of the recovery of same.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please come forward and make I
settlement of the 'same.
This January 18, 1928.
H. L. EVERETT.
Executor of Estate oftjames 1.. I.eg
gett |2O >tw
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of the power of sale con-j
tained in the deed of trust of Charlie!
James ai d wife, Evelyn James, dated
May Z4.th, HI7, and ot record in the
j public registry .of Martin County, in
book Y-2, at page 255. said trust deed
having been given to secure the pav-»
men't of a certain note of even date
therewith, sutd default having been
made in the payment thereof, and the
| stipulations therein not having been
[ complied with, and at the request of
vhe holder .of said note the undersigned i
trustee will, on Monday, the 20th day
of February, 1928, at 12 o'clock noon,
at the courthouse door of Martin
Courtty, in Williamston, N. C., "offer
at public Sale to the highest bidder for
cash, ! the following described real es
Beginning at the C. P, Pine, and
running thence S. 3J YV. along Mhl
•dletonV line to an oak. Buttery's cor
ner, ul Wolf Pitt Branch, thence an
"easterly course with said Wolf Pitt
Branch to a black oak, thence N. 2
P). 127 poles to the beginuing, contain
ing 27 acres, more or less, the sai?
tract of land being situate on the north
side of Wolf Pitt Branch, and being
the /same land described in 'a grant
from the of North Carolina to
W /VlTjfP' and rreordotl in book
JJ J. at page 544, Martin County pub
This tin- loth hcv ul January, l'>2B.
• VR. IH'KJUN'G. '
j 2O 4tu ,jt ' » Trustee.
Having this day iualilieUas admin
istratrix of the estatc- nf ft. 'K. Stal
lings. latent Jal\ie*ydle, N.
(... all persons holding claims against
said estate are bt-reby notified to pre
sent sitflte to itie, properly verified, on
or before- tlie 1 r(ill day of January,
A. 1). l'J*29l or th's notice will be plead
ed in bar t of the recovery of tin: sanre.
'All persons indebted to-said «'■'t.tl ;irc
requested'to conic 'forward ai(3 make
immediate* settlement of same.
I'liis. January IT., -1428.
Al.lt K V Sl' AI I.IN GS.
Administratrix, oi the estate of A. V.
Stallings. j2O Otiv