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NEWS IN BRIEF j
OF OAK CITY!
Dr. Pittman, local physician has
vaccinated 97 pupils against smallpox.
By request, the Seniors will repeat
the play given before the holidays,
"The Eyeß of Love." This is a thrill
ing play. Don't miss seeing it on
Tuesday night, January 31 in the
school auditorium. Admission 26 and
The ninth grade home economics
girls have begun a real project. In
studying child care they are putting
in action the results of their study.
A little girl from the first grade is
being fed and clothed and taught the
first rules of health at the expense of
For the third time, the Oak City
basketball team won over Koberson
ville team on Friday evening on the
Robersonville court by the score of
10 to 10. The game was enjoyed and
a splendid attitude was expressed by
The Journalism club met Tuesday
l ight in the home economics rooms.
Despite the rain and wind most of
the members were present and after
a program of original stories, book
reviews and editorials the party en-;
joyed refreshments under the leader
ship of Principal H. M. Ainsley.
CAfcD OF THANKS
I wish to xtend my sincere thanks'
and highest appreciation to the large
number of kind friends who so kindly
assisted me and made it possible to at
tend and reeeivr hospital treatment.
SIMON E CORKY
BY USING HIGH GRADE MAG
nesium limestone containing 36 to
per cent magnesium carbonate the
tobacco station at Oxoird got an av
erage annual increase in tobacco oi S6B
per acre for 5 consecutive years. You
can get it, too, by using MASCOT
Agricultural Lime. See your local j
MASCOT dealer or write AMERI
CAN LIMESTONE CO. Knoxville,
Tenn. [ mo dec
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice 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
sgined. bearing date the 3rd day of
May, 1920, and of record in book H-2,
at page 238. of the 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- j
ing been-complied with, and at the re- u!
quest of the holder of said notes, the
undersigned trustee will, on the 20th 1
3 Car Loads
In Any Grade You Want, and It Is Cheap for Cash
• Special Low Prices ori
BRICK, LIME, DOORS, WINDOWS
AND WALL BOARD
Our Trucks Deliver Anywhere
Williamston Supply Co.
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V ~y~y\ CKJ€- CA~~£ /QjL-C*MJL4J.
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 Tar
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 WOKSLEY,
j2G 4tw . : r Trustee.
NOTICE ' ,
Having this day, qualifif'l a- admin
istratrix of the estate~x»f A. P. Stal
ling*. deceased, Kite of Jamesvillc, N.
( C.. all persons holding claims against
said estate are hereby notified to pre
| sent same to me, properly verified, on
or before the 16th day of January,
A. J). 1929, or this notice will l>e plead
ed in bar of the recovery of the same.
AH persons indebted to said estate are
requested-to come forward and make
immediate settlement of same.
This 'January 16, 1928. ,
ALICE V. STALLINGS,
Administratrix of the estate of A. F.
I Stalling*. i2O 6tw
| NOTICE OF SERVICE BY PUB
North Carolina; Martin Comity; in
the superior Court.
Bessie Mabry v*. Noah Mabry ,
The defendant, N'oali Mabry, will
j take noticcvthat an action as above has
1 been commenced in the superior court
| of Martin County, North Carolina, for
j an absolute divorce upon the grounds
|of adultery; fhe said defendant will
j further take notice that he is required
to appear at the office of tli clerk of
1 the superior court, of Martin County,
at the courthouse in Williamston, N
C., on the 18th day of February, 1928,
anil answer or to the complaint
of the plaintiff, or tlie plaintiff will ap
ply to the. court for the relief de
This the'lßth day of January, 1928.
- K.J. PK'KL. ' .
j27 4tw Clerk of Superior .Court.
NOTICE OF SERVICE BY PUB
North Carolina, Martin County; in *
the. Superior Court.
Lethia Council Davis vs. Dave Davis
The defendant Dave Davis will take
notice that ait action as above has
been commenced in the superior court
of Martin County. North Carolina, fy* s -'
an absolute divorce upon the groiwqs
of adultery; the said defandaut/will
iurther take notice that he is required
to appear at the office of the clerk of
the superior court of Martin Counter
at the courthouse in Williamston. N.
oil the 18tli day of February, 1928,
and answer or demur to the complaint
of the plaintiff, or the plaintiff will
apply tit the court for the. relief de- ,
This the 18tli day of January, 1928 I
R J PEEL,
j27 4t« Clerk nf the Superior
Court of Martin County.
NOTICE OF SALE
110,000.00 Street Improvement Bond*.
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 commissioner! of the town of
i Manteo, North Carolina, at the mayor's
office, for the purchase of ten thous
and dollars ($10,000) of street im-,
provement bonds of said town, dated
February 1, 1928, and maturing $500.00
February 1, 1931, and yearl* thereafter
until and including 1946,'ind SI,OOO
maturing February 1, 1947, and 1948,
' and bearing interest at six per cent per .
| annum, payable semi-annually, denom- !
i ination of SSOO each, and both princi- I
i pal and- interest payable at the Han- j
over National Bank, in the city and
! State of New York.
An unlimited tax is authorise! for
the full payment of the interest and
I principal of these bonds.
Purchasers will be furnished with
j the approval opinion of Messrs. Storey,
Thorndike, Palmer & Dodge, attor
neys. Boston. Mass., 'and the blank
bonds, without charge. t N «
The said bond& are issued? tinder the
1 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
certified checlp 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-"
suiting from- failure of the bidder to
comply with the terms of this salt.
The right i- xcmtvc'l to reject any
or all bids. ;
ll.' H. TWIFORD,
Town of Manteo, N. C. j2O 4t
Julius S. Perl, attorney.
is a prescription for
COLDS. GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE, I
BILIOUS FEVER AND MALARIA;
It Kills the Germs
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ROBERSONVILLE, N. C.
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FOX NEWS AND FELIX
First Show Starts 7 O'clock
Second Show at 8.45 O'clock
Car Load New Star Cars 1
WILL ARRIVE HERE NEXT WEEK |
FIRST OF THE NEW CARS IN NORTH CAROLINA |
As a birthday gift to Mr. B. R. Barnhill, manager of the m
Barnhill Motor Co., Mr. W. C. Warlick, of the Diirant Motor
Co., authorized the factory to ship the first carload of the New ®
Model Stars to enter North Carolina to the Barnhill Motor Co.,
at Williamston. These cars were shipped on January 24 and Sg
will arrive next week. -- Sc
BARNHILL MOTOR COMPANY J
WILLIAMSTON, N. C. . |
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A SENSAKONAL EVENT IN HIGHEST QUALITY GROCERIES
ZION FIG BARS, DELICIOUS CAKES, FILLED WITH REAL FIGS OQ„
Two pounds ...
Swifts Premium Hams, pound 25c
VAN CAMP'S EVAPORATED MILK OQ„
Three tall cans hdlJXs
SNOWDRIFT, THE IDEAL SHORTENING rj-t
Four-pound pail | 1 L
CALIFORNIA YELLOW CLING PEACHES, IN HEAVY SYRUP Q n
Three large cans I "fj/V
PORTOLA CALIFORNIA SARDINES, LARGE SIZE _
/ In Tomato Sauce, can ? 1 I
Octagon Soap, 5 Large Cakes, , 29c
Brillo, Aluminum Gleaner, 3 packages, - 25c
Rice, Fancy Blue Rose, 5 pounds, - - 24c
Black Eye Peas,* 5 pounds, - • 30c
MORTON'S SALT, JQC BALLARD'S OBELISK nAC BAB-O, |CC
Jree running, package . FLOUR, 12, For clean homea, can ... k .......
' SCHLITZ FAMOUS . |«C JAMESTOWN «~C CHALMERS «rC
' BREW _ 11 GINGER ALE GELATINE *0
MISS AMERICA OCC EAGLE BRAND MILK, sy/\C CURTIS MARSHMALLOW />rC
PICKLES, 32-o«. jar JJ can CREME, can f
GOLDEN CROWN "1 1 C GOLD MBDAL PANCAKE OR 1 f\C DUZ OXIDIZED SUDS, QC
SYRUP, No. 1 1-2 caA, 11 BUCKWHEAT FLOUR package "
D. P. CORN MEAL, TJC PARSON'S AMMONIA, OCC R. *R. BONED CCC
5 poundi ; quart J3 CHICKEN, No. 1-2 can 33
MAZOLA OIL, 4QC ZENITH OLIVES, ffC GELFAND'S IjC
Quart .... 6 ounce jar i... MAYONNAISE, 3 1-2 o«.
COMET RICE, QC CHIPSO QUICK SUDS, QC SAFE HOME rC
package , " package * MATCHES, boa 3
VAN CAMPI&SALAD TcC CALUMET BAKING OflC C. ft C. GINGER ALE, iyC
\ OIL, quart , PQVyDER, One pound Bottle -
BLUE RIBBON jiC STURDIVANTS OftC FANNING'S PICKLES, «JQC
MAYONNAISE, 3 1-2 o«. ... X A BRUNSWICK STEW, can 16-ounce jar ........
RED WING PRESERVES, 01C COCOMALT, OLD MILL COMPOUND, * rC
16 oa. lar Shaker tree, 1-2 lb. ' Pound ; L....... ~ r
FLASH CLEANSER. 1 tyC D. P. EXTRACTS, ItC LIPTON'S TEA, TyC
1-2 ib. tin *'
WHITE HOUSE CT|C VAN CAMP'S TOMATO . oC D. P. CRACKER MEAL «/> c
COFFE, pound *** SOUP, can ° Package ** .
COLMAN'S MUSTARD, «gC IVORY SOAP. _ JIC DURKEE'S SALAD |rC
2 ounce can - ! 1J Family Siae ' 2 DRESSING ... : „ * 3
... 12" D.P.COFFEE ~™j»£. 1A T ™ T iT* 19 c
"r". 0 " FLOUR n -^!Z, T IL* 4?C OUR PRIDE BREAD
124b. ere 244b. *1 AC WRIOLEYS OUM, * 1 ft C 21 OUNCES iaC , Xa
bag JJ bM Three package. „. iU OF QUALITY AU
D. P. YELLOW LAWH> . OQC BLACK FLAQ, ?OC NUCOA NUT -*rC
TEA. 14 lb. package Ineect Powder. 1-2 pint *"* MARGARINE, lk
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COMPLETE LINE FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Friday, January 27, 1928 '