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Baptist Philatheas Meet
V With Mrs t.dwards Here
Tbe Baptist Fhilathea Class will
meet with Mrs. John Henry Edwards
Friday evening at 7:30. November 2.
AN members are asked to be present.
Christian Pbilathea Class
To Meet Friday Evening
The Philathea clas of the local
Christian church wil hold its regulai
meeting on Friday evening of this
week at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Leman
Barn hill on Simmons Avenue.
Messrs. W. H. Carstarphen, C. A
Harrison, N. C. Green and Sheriff C.
B. Roebuck spent the week-end in
Baltimore on business. While away
Sheriff Roebuck visited his brother in
Cotton Growers Should
Cut All Stalks in Field
Cotton growers should cut the stalks
just as soon as picking is finished, says
C. H. Brannon, ot State. College, and
plow them under. Boll weevils thrive
111 the stalks and are better able to bUf1
Vive the winter if allowed to feed <?n
the stalks till frost.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
L'nder and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a certain Jleed ol
Trust executed on the 15th day of
August, 1931, to the undersigned and
of record in the public registry of Mar
tin County in B ><>k H-.\ at page 27._
Deed of Trust having been given
for die purpose of securing a certain
| note of even date and tenor there
with, and default having been made in
the payment of said note and the
stipulations contained in 6aid Deed of
Trust not having been complied with,
at the request of the owner of said
note the undersigned Trustee will on
: Friday, the 30th day of November,
1934, at 12 o'clock M. in front of the
courthouse door in the Town of Wil
liamston offer for sale to the highest
bidder for cash the following describ
ed real estate, to-wit:
A one-hajf undivided interest in the
following described land. being lot,
number one as deed by J R Ballard
to his several von*, beginning at a '
pine on the road leading from Wil
jiamston, N t (said pine being
known a- M. W. and J R. Ballard'-* '
corner); thence down the said r<*ad
88 1-2 poles; thence North 8V West
to Conoho Creek; thence up said
creek to a cypress, J. R. and 14. W
Ballard's corner; thence S 87 E to
the beginning, containing V9 acres,'
more or less. f
The purpose of this conveyance is
to convey whatever interest that W.
T. Meadows or his wife own* in the
three tracts of land that J. R Bal
lard conveyed to his sons, W B., i
J. L, and P. A. Ballard, and being;
the same land deeded to W. T. Mea |
d'jws and J. l?. Staton by W, li, Hal.
lard and wife by Deed of record in
Book E-l. at page 300 and by J. L. }
Ballard and wife to J. <i Staton by
Deed of record in Book K-l, at page
517, all of said land called Sunny -j
This 30th day of Octolier, 1934. j
H D. BATE MAN,
oc-30 St-w Trustee, j
Elbert S Peel, Attorney-at-law,
Williamston, N ( .
We have your size
in a style you'll like
AN UNUSUAL VALUE IN A FIN* SHOB
Harrison Bros, tot Co.
the country is on the toboggan, with bad getting
But records show the U. S. Treasury running
50 per cent ahead of last year and 150 per cent
ahead of 1932-3.1 in "pick-up" in revenue. Since
July 1st, RFC receipts through repayments of
loans have exceeded new outlays by $135,000,000,
42 per cent of private loans having been repaid,
much in advance of due dates. Wilson, of Bab
son Reports, say general business is now 33 1-3
per cent better than in March, 1933. And a prom
inent British economist has just published a book,
"The Coming American Boom."
However you may interpret these facts, a sav
can use your savings for a rainy day; if better, for
the sunny days of opportunity.
& Trust Company
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
SOUND BANKING AND TRUST SERVICE
FOR EASTERN CAROLINA
12c per lb. on Cotton
Farmers Can Secure Government Loans of
Grading Low Middling or better and store in our Warehouses.
ALL COLUMBIAN WAREHOUSES ARE
APPROVED FOR GOVERNMENT LOANS ON
See Our Local Manager
Columbian Peanut Q.
WILLI AMSTON, TARBORO, ENFIELD. AHOSKIE
Over 500 farmers in Chatham Coun- ,
ty writ tare leipedesa ??4 tiua lalL-1
according to plans now being made.
CABBAGE PLANTS FOR SALE:
Early Jersry Wakeftehl and Charles- 1
ton Wakefield, obtained from the very,
best seed. $1.50 a thousand. Henry C. ;
Green, Pecan Grove Farm, Williams-J
? i \ ( ? .23 ill ('-l'. 23 M <17-14
UNUSUAL ? DIFFERENT?THE
Texaco Uouth at the Fair next week, j
By all means see this display, Geo, j
and Gus Harrison.
PEANUT PICKERS FOR SALE: j
We have two second-hand peanut j
pickers for sale. In excellent condi-j
tion and will sell cheap. If interested
see us at once. Farmers Supply Co.-, j
Williamston, N, C. o26 2t j
FOR SALE: FIVE ROOM HOUSE
good location. Modern conveni
Min-t.* Inrjinrf W . Manning.
GEO. AND GUS HARRISON want
everybody to see their Texaco booth :
at the Fair next week. Something new |
and worth seeing. It 1
THE TEXACO BOOTH WILL BE
well worth all the time you spend
here. See it at the Fail all next week. 1
PIANO: WE HAVE BEAUTIFUL
upright piano in this community .
being returned to us because of pur- !
chaser's inability to complete contract. J
Will transfer this account to esponsi
ble party for balance owing. Cash
temsr. Quick action ne;essary.
or terms. Quick action necessary, t
Box 243, Williamston, N". C. oc31 3t J
FOR SALE: SUPERFLEX CRUDE
oil heater, used for 3 months only.
Selling on account of changing to
steam heated building. Price reason
able. Grace Hotel. It
DR. VIRGIL H. MEWBORN
Bethel, at Rives Drug Store, Mon
day, November 19.
Kobersonville, Robersonville Drug
Store, Tuesday, November 20.
Williamston, N. C., at Peele's Jew
elry Store, Wednesday, November 21.
Plymouth, at Liverman's Drug Store
Thursday, November 22.
Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted - At
Tsrboro Every Friday and Saturday
"By All Means
And that imm tUT~
lev. of ? crop#
with gold dot*.
It you'ra going
placas and doing
things this Fall, by
?II moans this is
in Bright Rod,
Graan and Brown
S. _ >1
Barnhill Bros. I
When Better Clothea Are Made,
Barnhill Will Sell Them
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
PLAIN OR FANCY
Ph'.>nt *4ftL Mr, C E
Having this day qualified as admin
istratrix of the estate of L. J. Mills,
deceased, late of Martin County,
North Carolina, this it to notify all
persons holding claims against the es- j
tate of said deceased to present them
to the undersigned on or before the
5th day of October, 1935, or this no
tice will be pleaded in bar of any re- 1
covery thereon. All persons indebted j
to said estate will please make im
This 5th dav of October, 1934.
MARY A MILLS,
o!6 6tw Administratrix, j
Having qualified as administratrix of
the estate of the late'J. M. Oakley, de
ceased, late of Martin County, this is
to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased to
exhibit them to the undersigned at
YVilliamston, North Carolina, on or
before the 13th day of October, 1935,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons indebt
ed to said estate will please make im- j
This 13th day of October, 1934.
MRS. LIZZIE OAKLEY. I
Administratrix of J M Oakley ,
o!6 6tw i
All owners pasturing hogs on the
Staton Gardner farm, now occupied
by T. M. Whitaker, in Jamesville
Township, are hereby notified to take
ip their hogs within 30 days, as we
are going to disconnect the pasture
fence and remove it from the said
This the 19th day of October, 1934.
T M WHITAKER, Agent
<>23 4tw For C. A. Bowen.
Having this day qualified as admin
istrator of the estate of Harmon Gur-,
kin, deceased, late of Martin County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all I
persons holding claims against estate
of said deceased to present them to
the undersigned on or before the 2nd !
day of October, 1935, or this notice j
will be pleaded in bar of any recovery ,
there< n. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immedi
This 2nd dav ot October, 1934.
W. H. GURKIN,
o5 6tw Administrator, j
Plymouth, N. C.
North Carolina, Martin County?In
the Superior Court. '
Elizabeth Garden Shields vs. C. G.
The defendant above named will
[take notice that a summons in the a
bove entitled action was issued against
[the said defendant on tlie 15th day of
I October, 1934, by Sadie W. Peel,
1 Clerk -of -the- Superior Court -of Mar
tin County.- North Carnli'na, /or the
sum of $484.77 due said plaintiff on
account of failure of defendant to pay
[taxes on certain land sold to the plain
itiff by the defendant, which said sum
mons is returnable before said Clerk
of the Superior Court of Martin Coun
ty within 30 days from the completion
of said notice by publication and
answer or demure to the complaint of
the plaintiff. The defendant will also
take notice that a warrant of attach
mem >11 iMued by Sadie W. Peel,
Clerk of the Superior Court of Martin
the 15 th ?' " "
Coaaiy cm the l5tii day of October.
11934, against the property of said de
j fendant. which warrant it returnable
j before the said Sadie W. Peel, Clerk
of the Superior Court of Martin Coun
j ty, at the time and place above named .
for the return of the summons, when
I and where the defendant is required
j to appear and answer or demure to
the complaint, or the relief demanded
(will be granted.
This the 15th day of October. 1934.
I SADIE W. PEEL, Clerk.
o23 4tw Superior Court, j
NOTICE OP SALE
i North Carolina,
I Martin County.
Under and by virtue of the power j
' of sale contained in a certain deed j
|o ftrast executed on the 4th day of,
February, 1929, to A. R. Dunning,
j trustee, said deed of tru*t being of:
record in the public registry of Mar- !
tin County, in book B-3, at page 44. I
| said deed of trust having been given
for the purpose of securing a certain
note of even date and tenor there
with, and default having been made [
in the payment of said note, and the
stipulations contained in said deed of
trust not having been complied with.
I and at the request of the owner of
said note, the undersigned having been
duly substituted as trustee in the
stead of A. R. Dunning, de
y a proper paper writing of
record in the public registry of Martin
County," the undersigned substituted i
trustee will, on Wednesday, the 21st
day of November. 1934. at 12 o'clock j
m., in front of tlie courthouse door
of Martin County, in the town of Wil
liamston, N. C., offer for sale to the
highest bidder, for cash, the follow
ing described real estate, to wit:
One house and lot and vacant lot
adjoining, situate in the town of Oak
City, and bounded on the north by
the lands of B. A. Move, on the cast
by the lands of B. . Moye, on the
south by the lands of T. C. Alls
hooks, and on the west by the pub
Iiq steret containing one-half <l-2>
acre, more or less.
This the 20th day of October, 1934.
R. H SALSBURY,
o23 4tw Substituted Trustee.
Elbert S. Peel, attorney.
NOTICE OP SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of the power and author
ity contained in that certain deed of
trust bearing date-t>f?N*?v?uher ?\
1925 and recorded in the public regis
try of Martin County in Book Q-2 at
page 446, the same having been given
. to secure the payment of certain notes
! therein described, and default having
been made in the payment of said
! note and the indebtedness for which
the same was given as security, and
at the request of the holder of said
notes, the undersigned trustee will on
Tuesday, November 20, 1934, at twelve
(12) o'clock, noon, in front of the
courthouse door of Martin County, at
Williamston, N. C., offer for sale, at
pnhU- auction, to the highest bidder,
Second Tract: Bounded on ? ,thc_
East by the New Road or the road
leading from the Washington Road to
the Greenville Road; bounded on the
North by the lands of J. G. Staton;
hounded on the West by the Poor
House branch and the Winbush land;
for cash, the following described lands,
First" Tract: Bounded on the East
by the lands of J. G. Staton; bounded
i on, the South by the lands of J. B.
PLANTERS & MERCHANTS BANK OF
EVERETTS, N. C.
In the Superior Court
In the Matter of Planters St Merchants Bank
In accordance witli provisions of Subsection 7, Section 218 (c), Consoli
dated Statutes, and pursuant to an order entered in the above entitled matter
| by His Honor, VV. A. Devin, Judge, the undersigned will, on
November 22, 1934
j at the door of the bank building formerly occupied by the said Planters and
Merchants Bank, located in the Town of Evejetts, Martin County, North Car
olina, offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the fol
lowing described assets belonging to said Planters & Merchants Bank, to wit:
Check of National Bellas Hess Co., of N. Y., $1.50.
STOCKS AND BONDS:
First mortgage 6 per cent bonds of Alpha Spinning Mills, Inc., with par
value of $2,OU0',00: T*n sllflffS Stock At $23.00 of Rnannltt TobiftVi W&f*
house Company; Six shares stock at $100.00 of North Carolina Agricul
tural Credit Corporation.
R. E. Adams, $465.00; G. A and Ethel Ayers, $309.93; J. W. Belflowers,
(3 notes), $1,706.15; Barnhill Brothers, $730.00; J. B. Bul
lock, $30.00; Lawrence Bowcn, $450.00; Ida A. Clarke,
(2 notes), $454.97; Champion Auto Company, $1,321.60; Kufus and S. E.
Corev. lohn IV l.ilUv. t?6 60 Mrs. Ozcla Critcher, $51.70; VV. O. and
Mattie Donald, $14.83; H. O. and Hattie Daniel, $125.00; J. t?. uodard
(bal. due), $2,054.56; H. L. and Thelma Hopkins (2 notes), $2,735.29;
Mrs. Thelma Hopkins (3 notes), $2,532.50; J. N. Hopkins, $176.50; J. B.
and Tenipie L. Keel, $17.75; W. J. Keel, $1,02862; VV. J. and Sadie Keel,
H? T. Roberson, $214.70; VV. S. and Eva Leggett, $417.00; G. H. Moore,
24.50; Leonard Moore, $74.86; I. J. Meeks, $214.52; D. J. Meeks, $397.93;
Arthur Mizzell, $375.50; R. L. and Bonny Moore, $2,600.00; Joseph and
Madeline Nasseff (2 notes), $427.00; Farris and Joseph Nasseff, $2,684.76;
H. M. Peel (4 notes), $2,512.40; Mrs. VV. A. and H. M. Peel, $273.66;
James F. Powers, $152.00; E. A. and Lucy I. Roberson, $1,531.51; C. B.
Riddick and Co. (2 notes), $1,052.00; L. H. Rouse (2 notes), $733.42; M.
E. Rogers, $10.75; F. J. Roebuck (3 notes), $1,139.38; J. T. Sarvis, $70.00;
VV. M. Sitterson, $296.27; Mrs. D. I) Stalls, $250.00; VV. L. and Mrs. VV.
L. Taylor, $50.00; Teel Farm, $427.98; Oscar Willis, $33.00; J. S. VVynn
Mrs. D. I). Stalls, $250,110.
STOCK ASSESSMENT JUDGMENTS: ?
J. A. Barnhill, $50.00; H. T. Brown, $150.00; Mrs. Myrtle B. House,
$150.00; J. W. Cherry, $100.00; J. L. Clark, $100.00; B. S. Cowin, $100.00;
J. G. Godard, $300.00; R N. Grimes, $100.00; J. E. Curganus, $150.00;
Mrs. Cora P. Hough, $100.00: G. I- Keel, $200,00; D. J. Meeks, $50.00;
J. S. Meeks, $100.00; Charles T. Peel, $250.00; J. H. Purvis, $100.00; S. E.
Roberson, $500.00; John W. Williams $100.00; A. D. Wynn, $25000; J.
Arthur Wynn, $100.00; W. F. Wynn, $250.00; J. L. Wynn, $500 00.
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES:
1 Burroughs Posting Machine; I small Barnes iron safe; 1 Cameron stove;
1 lot of 26 safe deposit boxes; I four-drawer filing cabinet; grillwork;
chairs and miscellaneous equipment.
OTHER REAL ESTATE:
(1) Tract of 8 acres adjoining lands of Noah Slade and others, description
in book FFF, at page 89. (2) Tract of 8 acres formerly owned by Mer
rick Williams, description in book FFF, page 105. (J) Lot No. 36 on
Chance Street in Parinele, N. C, being 60 feet by 210 feet.
Also any and all other property belonging to or included with the assets
of said Planters and Merchants Bank and not hcratofore disposed of by the
undersigned, of whatsoever nature such property may be and wheresoever the
tame may be aituated.
The undersigned offers said properties for tare in good as assets of said
Planters & Merchants Bank, but does not warant title thereto, and will sell
all aaid notes, judgments, acoifttta, etc., without recourse, subject to any and
all equities and defenses which may be plead against the same, and will sell
all said tangible personal and real property subject to any liens and encum
brances against said properties.
Right is reserved to offer the various items of assets individually, in par
cels, or as a whole.
Any and all sales made pursuant to this advertisement are subject to con- j
firmation by the Superior Court of Martin County, North Carolina. Terms
of sale: Cash upon conffrmation.
The highest bidders will be required to deposit 10 per cent of the amount
of their bias at time of tale as a guarantee of performance and bidding on no
part of aaid properties shall be deemed cloyed until such bidders have com
plied with this requirement.
This the 22nd day of October, 1924. -J 1 _L" X
GURNEY P. HOOD,
B. B. kittrell, CmmMmlmm <?<*??*? j
Liquidating Agent o23 $twT
Xichol&on; bounded on the West by
the New Road; bounded on the North
by the lands of J. G. Suton, "J
oy ine una* ui j. u. jwiun,
known as "The Mary Gnrkin Land,"
containing fifteen (15) acres, more or j
bounded on the South by the Win
being known u "The
f??~? Rubcrion land."
twenty-five (25) acres, more or lean.
This 20th day ol October. 1954.
R. G. HARRISON.
oc-2J 4tw Truetee.
When Attending The
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is most complete, and you'll find our prices most
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WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
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VanDyke Furniture &
OF 50 HEAD
Mules & Mares
Williamfton, N. C.
Saturday, Nov. 3rd
AT 1 P. M.
Farmers . Warehouse
I will sell in Williamston, fifty head of mules
and mares. Several of these mares have colts by
their sides, and several in foal. The mules run
from four to seven years old?single and in pairs.
The mares are Percheron type. This is good bred
stock, from the farms of Iowa. Every one guaran
teed as represented.
Dealers, Speculators, and Farmers, be sure
and attend this sale.
SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M.
John F. Hobbs
/. Norris Simpson, in Charge f
HEADQUARTERS GOLDSBORO, N. C.
STOCK WILL ARRIVE WEDNESDAY
" OCTOBER 31