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Friday, September 27,1929
Attend Meeting m Tarboro
Mrs. John D. Biggs, Mrs.j6W. J.
Hodges, and.Mrs. C. A. Harrison at
tended a district meeting of the Bap
tist Missionary Society in Tarboro
In Raleigh Thursday
Mrs. B. S. Courtney, Mrs. W. J.
Hodges, Mrs. B. F. Perry, and H.
0. Peel spent yesterday in Raleigh.
In Town Thursday
J. Con Lanier, of Greenville, was
in town yesterday.
Hire From Hamilton
P. L. Salsbury, of Hamilton, was
in town Wednesday.
Elected Supervisor oj Music
Mrs. Josephine Marshal, daughter
of Rev. Marshal, has been elected
supervisor of music of Athens Coun
ty. Ohio; having seventeen schools
under her supervision.- *
Mr. H. S. Johnson and daughter,
Pauline, Mrs. P. H. Davenport, Mrs.
G. R. Roebuck and Mr. Henry Ed-
mondson motored to Norfolk Sun
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of O.K.'d Used Cars « « • • at the
Lowest Prices In Our History
If you expect to buy a used car thU Fall
come in NOW! We have the widest selection
« Model A Ford of fine used cars In our history. Many of them
can scarcely be told from new. They are good
rrtun* in annri ' or thousands of miles of satisfactory set-rice
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Condition This Is an opportunity to get exactly the car
you want—at the price you want to pay.
Rebuilt Attached to the radiator cap of each of our
reconditioned cars Is the famous Chevrolet
red "O. K. that Counts" tag. This tag shows
you exactly what vital units of the car have
been reconditioned or marked "O. K." by our
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Society & Personals
Mrs. ELBERT S. PEEL, Editor
In Rocky Mount Hospital
Miss Camille Fleming, operated on
last Tuesday for apendicitis at m
Rocky Mount hospital, is getting a
long very well, according to reports
coming from her bedside this morn
ing. Miss~Fleming, the daughter of.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Fleming, of
JameSville, was attending school at
St. Mary's, Raleigh, when she suf
fered the appendix attack.
The regular yearly meeting was
held at Spring Green church Sundfcy.
Miss Myrtle Everett had her ton
sils removed in Greenville Saturday
and is getting along nicely.
Mr. G. R. Roebuck, of the Miller
Biothers 101 Ranch Show, a former
resident of this place, was in town
Mr. J. R. Bunting and Mr. P. H.
Davenport went to Rocky Mount
Mrs. Ed Council and son, Edward,
of Morehead City, are visiting Mrs.
.Cuncil's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave
We are glad to know that Miss
Mary Waldo, who is at Greensboro 1
! College, is not so homesick as she '
'was at first.
Mrs. B. F. Myers had the mis
' fortune to lose a fine milch cow last
t- Tuesday afternoon. The cow got
tangled in a chain and broke her
j Mr. Lee Whitakers, of Enfield, vis
ited Miss Effie Waldo Sunday.
Rev. E. P. West held his regular
appointment in Hobgood Sunday.
Visiting Here This Week
Mrs. Alpha Merrick and daughter,
Mrs. Robert McLendon, of Cora)
Gables, Fla., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Godwin. Mrs. Merrick
lives there with her son, who de
veloped and owns considerable real
estate in this well-known Florida win
7 o Spend Week End in Richmond
Mr. Jim Clark, of the Clark Pav
ing Company, will spend the week
end in Richmond.
Returns From Richmond
Rev. Z. T. Piephoff has returned
from a visit to friends and relatives
iin Richmond. Mrs. Piephoff, who
accompanied them, will return next
Visitor Here Yesterday
Col. Fred A. Olds was a welcome
visitor here for a few minutes ye»-
tells when you
M TRADE MARK
Coated tongue, dry mouth,
bad breath, muddy skin,
froggy nerve* and eour
stomach suggest its use.
Mr. TaUey Here I
A. P. Talley, of Pink Hill, has ar- !
rived in the county to begin teach-
ing next week as principal of the i
Farm Life School.
To Visit in Richmond
Miss Ethel Harris will spend the 1
week end with her sister, Miss Pat
tie Harris, in Richmond.
Mrs. Robert Adkins, Miss Mar
jorie Barnhill and Mrs. Haywood l
Everett, of Robersonville, were in
town Wednesday. i
Ik-TKl >. Today j
Miss Mamie Ross, of Washington, :
is in town today doing special work i
at the Carolina Telephone and Tele
graph Co. office.
bfcl Joint Hostesses At
Card Party Wednesday
+ I I
On Wednesday evening, Mrs. B.
W. Hardy and Miss Sallie Dickens,
of Enfield, who is court reporter for
i Martin County and is here several
weeks each year, entertained with a
delightful bridge party at the home 1
of Mrs. Hardy on Haughton Street.l
The interior of the home was made
into an attractive background for the
table and players by a profusion of
lovely fall flowers. In the living
room silver vases of pink roses and
dahlias were used, and in the dining
room there were vari-colored zinnias.'
The guests were met by Mrs.
Hardy and Miss Dickens and pre
sented to Miss Mamie Ross, of Wash
ington, who was a special guest. Miss
Thelma Brown directed them to their
Mrs. L. H. Gurganus made high
score and was given a novelty box
of soap. Mrs. Kimel, who made sec
r nd high, was presented with a dainti-'
ly embroidered table runner. The.
out-of-town guests, Miss Ross and
Mrs. Bob McLendon, were given
boxes of French powder.
A salad course was served after
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the authority
' contained in that certain deed of trust,
executed to the undersigned trustee,
oil "the 2nd day of December. l'>2o,
and of record in the public registry of
Martin County, in hook X-2, at page |
' 455, said deed of trust given to secure
a certain note of even date aftd tenor I
therewith, and the stipulations therein]
contained not having been complied,
with, at the request of the parties there
in interested, the undersigned trustee!
on Monday, October 28th, 1 >2 >. at 12 j
. o'clock 11).. ilvfriMlt of. the courthouse I
door, in the town of Williamston,!
North Carolina, will olfer to the high
est bidder, for casln the following de
Being the same land deeded to Ben
nett Cray by J. W. Anderson and wife
by deed dated September 1, 1910, and
being the same land deeded to W. W.
Green by Bennett Gfay and John Lyon!
which deed is of record in Martin
County public registry, to which refer- !
ence is tnade for a more definite de-1
scription. Containing four acres, more
or less. •• I
This the 27th day of September, 1929. ■;
527 4tw . Trustee.
North Carolina, Martin County.
In the Superior Court.
George Fred Sheppard vs. Mary Shep
Mary the defendant above
named, Will take notice that an action
has been begun in the Superior Court
of Martin County, entitled as above, for
the purpose of obtaining an absolute
divorce upon the grounds of voluntary
separation for a period of more than
The defendant above named will also
take notice that she is 'required to ap
pear at the office of R. J. Peel, clerk
of the superior court of Martin Coun
ty. on the sth day of October, 1929,
and answer or demur to the complaint
of the plaintiff, or the plaintiff will ap
ply to the courtfor the relief demand
This the sth day of September, 1929.
R. J. PEEL, ,
s6 4tw Clerk of the Superior Court.
North Carolina, Martin County.
In the Superior Court, before the
In the matter of Mrs. M. K. Williams,
individually and Guardian for
Mary Blanche Williams and Frank
E. Williams, and W. C. Manning,
next friend of Mary Blanche Wil
liam*, Ex Parte.
Under and by virtue of the authority j
conferred upon the undersigned com
missioner by a judgment of the Su-j
perior Court in the above entitled pro
ceedings, the undersigned commission
er will on Saturday, the sth day of
October, 1929, at 12 o'clock m... in
front of the Bank of Hamilton, in the
town of Hamilton, offer for sate to the
highest bidder for cash the following
described real estate, td wit: I
Beginning at the corner of the King
The famous Q-623 re
lief for Rheumatism, Neuritis, Athritis,
Sciatica, Lumbago—is now available
to all sufferers from these tortures.
Q-623 is a prescription of a famous
specialist that has done wonders for
thousands of people when many other
remedies have failed. We ask you to
try this famous prescription, as it is
absolutely guaranteed to help you. A
few doses usually stops the pain and
many people say "it is worth its weight
These reliable merchants recom
mend it: -*•
Clark's Drug Store, Williamston.
S. R. Biggs Drug Co., Williamston.
Barnhill Brothers, Everetts.
A. B. Rogerson ft Bro., Bear Grass.
heirs lot on Main Street in the town
ot Hamilton, North Carolina; thence
along the King heirs line to the lino
of the lot belonging to the Colored
Lodge; ihence along the line of the lot
belonging to„the Colored.. Lodge to a
street; thence along the said street to
another street; thence atom; said |
street to the beginning; the sauv- be- ,
ing the tract of land in the town of'
Hamilton owned by the heirs at law
of the late J. 11. Williams.
This the 3rd lav of September, 192 V.
ELBERT S. PEEL,
s6 -Itw Commissioner.
North Carolina, Martin County.
In the s»i>crior court. .
D. G. Matthews vs. D. W. Downs and
Wife, fern ma Downs
An action has been begun in the su
perior court of Martin County, North
Carolina, entitled as above, to foreclose
a tax certificate of sale covering the
following tract of land, adjoining P. L.
Salsbury, John Bell, and Bythal Lynch,
containing 000 acres, more or less, and
being the same land listed for taxes by
D. W. Downs for the years 1927 and
Now, all persons claiming an inter
est in the subject matter in the above
entitled action are required to appear!
and defend their respective claims witll
in six (6) months from date of this
notice, otherwise, they shall be forever
barred and foreclosed, of any and all
interest or claims in or to the property
or the proceeds received frofti the sale
This the sth day of September, 1929.
R. J PEEL.
s6 4tw Clerk Superior Court, ~r
Under and by virtue of a judgment
of the superior court, Martin County, in
the special proceeding entitled Jesse
Gay nor et al against Isaac Ward et at,
the undersigned commissioner will, on
the 15th day of October, 1929, in front
of the courthouse door In Martin
C'Ounty at 12 o'clock noon, sell, sub
, ject to life estate of Isaac Ward, to
the highest bidder;, for cash, the follow-1
I ing described tract of land:
One certain piece or parcel of laud
■ lying in the county of ,Martin and sit-1
i listed «'ii the south side of Cabin
Branch, adjoining the lands of George
! Harrison,. Abraham Taylor, and others, I
| and bounded as follows: Beginning at
a gum, the said Taylor's- writer, on
the south edge of a pond, running north
I 51 degrees, west 33 poles to a in
the division line of lot No. 5 and 6 of
I the Smith and; thence running north.
is a Prescription for
I COLDS. GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE,
BILIOUS FEVER AND MALARIA
It is the most speedy remedy known.
Constipation Trouble! Relieved
By Help of Thedford'i Black-
Draught, Says Tennessee
Tracy City, Term—"My work
makes it necessary for to use
I a medicine which will gtve quick re
lief from constipation and lndlges
i tlon," says Mr. Lec Nunley, a well
known coal miner of this place.
"For forty years or more," he says,
I "I have taken Black-Draught for
f these troubles, and have always
found It reliable. At times, I suf
fer from bad spells of indigestion,
! "Many years ago, a friend told me
to try Black-Draught, as It was a
vegetable remedy and would not
harm my body, so that Is how I
came to use It. I make a tea of It,
and take a sip of It after meals. I
soon begin to feel better when 1
start this treatment.
"My work is very confining, and
my color gets bad and I get slug
> glah. I lose my 'pep' and don't feel
like going. After I take a course ot
Black-Draught I feel fine again."
Manufacture of Thedford's Black-
Draught began nearly 100 years ago,
and many people tell of having
taken It all their lives when In need
of a Laxative or cathartic.
Refuse Imitations and substitutes.
Get the yellow package bearing the
name "Thedford's." NC-209
We can furnish guar
WALTER R. CLARK
Care Clark Peanut Co.
PLYMOUTH N. C.
Plus a Thorough
Removes Cold and Bile
From the System
11 degrees east along the line of said
lots in said division 65 poles to a small
water oak on Cabin Branch, supposed
to be in (ieorfcc Harrison's line; thence
eastwardly along .his line to a gum;
Abraham Taylor's corner in the said j
Harrison's line; thence south 22 dec
gjrees_west 84 poles along the said'
Motor Freight Service from Norfolk to Washing
ton, N. C., via South Mills, Elizabeth City,
Winfall, Hertford, Edenton, Windsor
and Williamston on Regular
Habit Bros. Freight Line
Will bfegin this service Monday, Sept. 30. Eleven
big trucks. Guaranteed delivery. Standard rates.
Dependable service. Every shipment insured.
State Corporation Commission's charter No. 233.
DOOR-TO-DOOR DELIVERV » >
You don't have to take it to a freight station or
have another deliveryrrian bring it to you from
ship or railroad car. We deliver right to your
farm or'store. Thus you save money.
1 TIM ESCHEDULE
LEAVE / . ' ARRIVE
Norfolk 8:00 A. M. Edenton 12:00 Ndon
Norfolk 12:00 Noon Edenton 5:00 P. M.
Edenton T"~- 7:00 A. M Norfolk 11:00 A. M.
Edenton 1:00 P. M. Norfolk 5:00 P. M.
Washington 9:00 A. M. Edenton 12:00 Noon
Edenton 2:00 P. M. Washington 5:00 P. M.
Daily Except Sundays and Holidays
Habit Bros. Transfer Line
I TRIO THEATRE
ROBERSONVILLE, N. C.
I Mon.-Tues. -Wed.
SEPTEMBER 30. OCTOBER 1 & 2
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Special Matinee Monday, 3:15 P. M. . Isc-35c
Taylor's line to the beginning. Con
taining sixteen and two-fifths (16 2-5)
acres, more'or less. This land will be
sold subject to life estate of Isaac
| ■ This the 10th day of September, 1929
fi , H. A. CRITCHER, •
si.? 4tw Commissioner