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Friday, April 1, 1932
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In Town Yesterday
Mrs. J. B. Everett and daughter,
Miss Myrtle, of Hamilton, were in
Will Arrive Tomorrow
Misses Edith Peel, Edith Taylor,
and Ruth Norton, students at N, C.
C. W. at Greensboro, will arrive to
morrow to spend the spring holiday
at home with their parents.
In Town Thursday
Mr. F. F. Cozzens, of Washing
ton, was a business visitor in town
Here Thursday t
Mrs. R. P. Badham, of Edenton,
and Mrs. Tom Coxe and little son,
Thomas, of Darlington, S. C., visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Rome Biggs Thurs
Attend Court Here
Attorneys George Fountain and
Henry C. Bourne, of Tarboro, at
tended court here this week.
Vmts Friends Here
Rev. W. F. Weigman, who is now
a student at Transylvania College,
in Lexington, Ky. visited friends hefe
this week. Mr. Weigman was for-'
merly pastor of the local Christian
Miss Zoe Liverman, of Conway,
is here assisting Miss Carrie Whit- 1
ford in the Williamston Beauty
Leave for Richmond
Mrs. P. H. Brown and Mr. Robert
Evertt left Wednesday for Richmond;
where Mr. Everett will be in Memor
ial hospital for further treatment.
His friends here deeply regret that
it was necessary for him to gq back
to the hospital.
drTv. h. mewborn
Robertonville at Fulmer's Drug Store,
Tuesday After Third Sunday Bach
Williamaton at Atlantic Hotel, Wed
nesday After Third Sunday Bach
Plymouth at O'Henry Drug Store,
Thursday Alter Third Sunday Bach
Eyes Examined -r Glasiss Fitted
tirui Tub - •'*
; PRICES L2S£i
| A n«w Mt for..- slf*9St
Supertwtot Cord Tires
i New High Peaks in
J Haeky, dependable, guaran
teed tlree and tubes—you get
theee matchless bargains be
canee million mora people
boy Goodyears. Come aee
4 CASH PRICES
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MAN-N 141 S4S
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la your old dree
for the new
Now Low Price*
1 Wed. 8:30 Sat 9:00 E. t. T.
Move To Rectory
Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Everett
are now at home in the Episcopal
rectory on Haughton Street, moving
there this week.
From Elizabeth City
Mrs. Nathan Frank, of Elizabeth
City, spent Thursday with Miss Car
Visit Friends Here
• Dr. and MVs. Joseph Smith, of
Windsor, visited friends here this
Visiting Her Mother
Miss Liza Newell is visiting her
toother, Mrs. Atwood Newell, in
Visiting His Family Here
Frank Hitch, who has been in Cur
rituck Counfy on a highway job, is
spending this week with family
Messrs. John Davenport and Jule
Bunting, of Hamilton, were here yes
Here Yesterday >
| James Asa Roberson, of Griffins,
was here yesterday afternoon attend
ing to business.
Visitor Here This Wrck
Mr. Alexander Getsinger, of Dar
dens, spent some time here this week
with his brother, Mr. J. Sam Get
singer, and family.
Business Visitor Here
i Deputy "Sheriff Nat Askew, of Ber
tie County, was a business visitor
j here this week.
In Washington Wednesday
j Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Martin vis
ited in Washington Wejinesdsy aft
Returns To Richmond
Mr. Robert Everett, \rother of
Mrs. P. H. Brown, returned to Mem
orial hospital in Richmond this week.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Brown.
'They were carried to Rocky Mount
by Miss Thelma Brown.
In Durham This Week
| Messrs; J. T. Price and W. B.
| Watts made a business trip to Dur
jham this week. /
I From Griffins
Mr. Perlie Getsinger, of Griffins,
.was a business visitor her e Wednes
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I Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Watts
Mrs. Robert Heydenreich and lit-
I tie daughter, Mary Ann, are visiting
Mrs. Heydtnreich's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Watts here.
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J Chief William Gray and Lee
House, of Robersonville, were here
for a short while Wednesday.
Visitor Here Yesterday
Mr. A. L. Taylor, of Bear Grass
Township, was a business visitor
NEXT tin* you are out!
of fix u the result of he
regular or faulty bowel
movement, try Thedford'i
Black-Draught for the re
freahing relief it givai
thousands of people who Uki it
Mr.E. W.Cecil,a construction super
intendent in PolaaU, V*., uyi
"When I ft COO
■tip*ted, my head schee, cadi'
hare that doll, tired firttnf Jnrt
not equal to aay work. I don't
feel hungry ud I know that I
need something to cleanee my
system, so I take Black-Draught.
We have found It a greet hafe"
SoU tn 25-cent paekaga.
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Visitor Here This Week
Mr. Ira Griffin, of Griffins, was a
business visitor here this week.
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Professor Ise Here
Professor T. M. Lee. of Bear
Grass, was here for a short while
Visits His Parents
Mr. Joseph Griffin, of Ocean View
and Norfolk, spent a few days in
the county this week with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Griffin:
In Columbia Yesterday
W. C. Manning and M. S. Moore
were in Columbia yesterday attend
ing to business matters
Mr. T. R. Hodges, of Washing
ton, was a court visitor here this
Mr, John Bacon, larg c northern
manufacturer, and Mrs. Bacon were
pleasant visitors • here for a short
while yesterday afternoon.
In Town Thursday
Professor A. L. Pollock and Mr.
R. O. Martin, of Jamesvilel, were
visitors here yesterday afternoon.
, 1 OUR APPOINTMENT \
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IN wn LIAMSION AND
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- williamston,N.C. |jr^a
SAYS LAND IS W. R. JENKINS
BEST BUY NOW! DIED MONDAY
Representative Norman Be
[ lieves Values As Low As
They Will Go
By Zsß VANCE NORMAN
Washington County Representative
Land has less value from the stand
point of production and of borrow
ing power than at any time in the past
30 •yeafs. It has for a tong, long time
been recognized as the best grade of
security for borrowers. I believe that
land values are as | low as they can
go, and ,it is universally recognized
that land values are bound to improve,
and when the improvement becomes
evident,* values will climb more rap
idly than they declined.
Therefore, I believe that every man
who can possibly buy a home, or a
farm ought to do so now. People are
anxious to sell, and are willing to do so
upon any kind of terms.
. In the past 10 years, people have
neglected to buy homes and farms, but
have bought automobiles and continued
to live in rented houses or as tenant
farmers. That is one condition that has
contributed very largely to the present
depression and to the bankrupt and
impoverished state of' many families
It is to be hoped that at this tremen
dous expense and costly experence we
have learned that in order to stabilize
Aur position in the agricultural, com
mercial and social life of our com
munities we must apply more common
Attends Court Here
Mr. Mayo Little, of Robersonville,
attended court here this week.
Messrs. VV. L. and Luke Lamb,
of Wilson, visited here Wednesday.
. Had Been Inactive for Past
Four Months; Funeral
-} Held Tuesday
i William Richard Jenkins, prominent
county merchant and jvidely kno'wn
. Robersonville citizen, died at his home ,
. in Robersonville early Monday in his
t 53rd year. He had suffered a cancer
; during the past several years, but up \
f until four months ago he was able to
t be up and continue his business activi
i ties in part. The disease resulting in
| his death prevented his swallowing,
( and he went to Duke hospital in Dur
i ham, where an articificial tube was
. prepared for him. enabling him to take
jfood and water,
i I Funeral services werfc conducted
i from his late home last Tuesday aft
! ernoon at 3 o'clock by Revs. J. M.
I Perry and A. E. Brown.. Interment
was in the New Cemetery ut Rober
\ Recent Freeze Hits
Truck Crops Hard
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I. The recent ireeze almost wipe out j
I the beet, radish, and garden pea crops
of Carteret County, About one-third '
| of the early irish potato crop was cqy-!
I ered with salt water and the cabbage ,
/crop was damaged about 25 per cent i
/from wind and cold.
' sense to our method and manner of i
" living and recognize that pleasure on-j
1 ly is not prosperity. I recommend to
j every family in Washington County
I the slogan, "'Be a home owner and a
1 home builder." ,
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Under and by virtue of the authori
| tv vested in me as trustee in that deed
, of trust executed .by Sinton E. Corey!
and wife. Bessie Corey, on the 30th |
' day of December, IW6. which deed
of trust is duly recorded in book P-2,
page 213, Martin County Registry, the
same having been given to secure five
notes therein specified, and the said
notes not having been satisfied, at the
request of the owner thereof, I shall
expose to pubjic sale to _ the highest
bidder, - for_cash l .,qn Saturday, April
'3O, 1V32, at 12 o'clock m., at the court
house door of Martin County in VVil
liamston, N. C., the following tract
or parcel of land:
Beginning at a chopped black gum
on the run of Hazy Swamp about 40
yards below the old road which crossed
the swamp, thence N. about 52 1-2 de
grees W. 30 4-5 poles to the center
of the road; thence N. 1 3-4 degrees E.
BABY CHICK SPECIAL
State "bloodtestecfTiT Electrically hatched.
White Leghorns: Grarfdview AAA Dams; Harri
son and Johnson Star Pedigreed Males. Rocks,
Reds—All SB.OO per 100* 100 per cent live deliv
ery guaranteed. Hatch every Wednesday.
Superior Poultry Ranch
WINDSOR, N. C.
, 20 poles up said road; thence N. 38
: 1-2 degrees W. 7,.68 poles to the mouth
• of a ditch near the tobacco barn;
I thence N„ 84 1-4 degrees W. 30 4-5
5 poles along said ditch Jo the corner of
I said ditch; thence westerly along an
L a^>iffin 'iHi mh m * r * tet * fees
• erly along said J. E. Griffin's line to
■ the run of Hazy Swamp; thence down
t the run of said swamp to the begin
ning, containing, 75 acres, more or less.
i This being the identical same tract con
) veyed this day by the said D. B. Stal
l linns to the said S. E. Corey.
This the 30th day of March, 1932.
IRA F. GRIFFIN,'
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