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OF W I1.I.1AMSTON and MAJRTLN COUNT*
A QT thinf tor
leavr for Georgia
Mr and Mrs R H Clayton and
--sort Dicltie. loave this week-pnd fur,
Uw Oak. Ga . where Mr Clayton
u'iH he located on the tobacco mar
ket. Mrs Clay tun and son will spericT
most of the time at Jacksonville
In Raleigh Yrsterda>
Messrs George Hat ton and Eli
Gurganu- visited in Raleigh vest* i
Visit Here Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. R L Thompson, of
High Point, visited Mr. and Mrs. Fen
ner Wrallace here Wednesday.
Is Visiting Here
Mr. Boh Singh : Boston, is
vuiii&e Mr.- A R. Dunning and
daughter. Miss Mary Alic(\ here for
a fyv\ days
Leave for World's lair
Rev. Z. T. Piephoff. John Watts.
Zack Piephoff. Jack Booker and
George Cunningham leave Monday
-for...ft week's y|sjt p> the World' Fair
1- Visiting Hrrr
Mr? Z V Brown of Greenville,
i v isiting Mrs John Cooke here for
ii few '
lias Here Monday
1 Mrs Sam Gurganus. of Norfolk. I
visited Mm. Mary Bonner Gurganu*
Little Mis.- Mary Lou Coltrain has
i returned to Norloiis after a visit here
jwith her mothei. Mrs Mary Col
In Wilson This W eek-end
Miss Henme Gurganus is^isiting
j Mr. and Mrs Tom Anderson^^ Wil
Uor. thi*- weekend
Return to Lexington
Miss Louise Ri?b<TM>n. Noah and
Jiil Hoherson have returned to their
hmi < TFTT^Tgrnptnrr^Tfter ? rtsit here
with Mr and Mrs. Ed Hardison.
In |ilf||h Wednesday
Mesdana s John Peel and J. O.
Manning visited in Raleigh Wednes
Leaves lor New York City
Mr Frank Margolis leaves Sunday
loi a huying trip to New.York City.
IT'S THE BIGGEST CAR
FOR THE MONEY!
Tilts is Detroit delivered
I price and incledis all Fed
| AND *rai *??*?? >"4 standard
DP lien, strfta amd-toc#! taxes
(It any), extra.
T?M Id Ml Maior Iomi, Columbia Network.
Kv.ry Tbwr ??!??. ? ?? ?0 P. I. O. ft. T.
Hurry! Drive in for
WHENK else will
your money buy
the luxury, roominess,
pride and economy that
this big Dodge Luxury
Liner gives you ? Think
of it! A full 119Vi - inch
wheelbase, wider seats,'
gorgeous interiors, and
gas and oil savings!
Come if 1 now for a grand
DIXIE MOTORS, Inc
V\ II I.I VMS'I OX. N<>11111 CAROLINA
| fetecJz up. WASTEFUL,
CONGESTION ? ? ?
widen crowded streets
When your streets jam up
with traffic, there is just one
thing to be done ?WIDEN
The addition of new lanes
of smooth-riding concrete
helps traffic flow easily and
safely. Makes it easier to go
shopping, visit friends, reach
school and church.
Property values improve
when congestion is elimi
natcd, and the whole city
And when street widening
is done with concrete you
get a pavement low in hrst
cost, saving in maintenance,
clean and modern looking
? </?</ skid-resistant rain or
shine. Ask your city officials
about widening your streets
with concrete ?the real low
PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION
Stato Planters Bank Bldg., Richmond/ Va.
A national oeganixatioa #? improv ond ?xtand tha mi of concrete ... through
itiomtifit t* march mid eiipwwrw
Visiting in Saluda
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Taylor and ,
daughter. Patricia, are visiting in
SaludA for a few days
day and Thursday.
Visit at Summer Haven
Mesdames James Manning, George
Harrison, George Harrison, Jr., and
J D. Woolard visited at Summer
Enjoy Picnic at Colerain
Mesdames Walter Bailey. Buck
Barnhill, A P Barnhill, Misses Ed
na Barnhill, Hazel Faulkner. Mary
Virginia Daniels, of-Everetts, Mr.
and Mrs W- T Ross, Miss Mane
Griffin, Kitty Riddick and Joseph
Barnhill. of Everett*. enjoyed a pic
nic at Colerain Beach Wednesday
Visiting at Nags Head
Mrs. Happy Ross and Miss Elva
Grace Barnhill are visiting at Nags
Head for a few days.
At Manteo Wednesday
Mrs. Duke Critcher. Mr. J. E. Pope
and Warren Pope visited at Manteo
Visiting Friends Here
Pap Diem, of Waverly, Va . is vis
iting friends here for a few days.
Leaves for Fayetteville
Mr. John McCord left this week
for Fayetteville to assume his duties
there with the Retail Credit Corpor
ation. Mr. Dan Sharpe. of Weldon,
is taking Mr. McCord's place here.
Is Visiting Here
Mrs. Lee Pardo, of Norfolk, is vis
iting Mr. and Mrs Charles Godwin.
Was Here This Week
Mrs. Don Drew, of Norfolk, visit
ed her sister. Miss Ethel Mae James,
a few days here thus week.
Are Expected Here Tomorrow
Mr.' and Mrs. J. O. Bowen, of
West Palm Beach, Fla., are expect
ed tomorrow for a visit with the
former's mother, Mrs. J. R. Robert
Attend Game in Greenville
Mr. and Mrs Jack Horner, Mrs.
James Bailey Peel and Mr. Dick
Miller attended the baseball game
in Greenville Wednesday night.
Visiting in Norfolk
Miss Ethel Mae James is visiting
in Norfolk and Washington for a few
Returns from Hospital
Mr. Hardy Rose has returned from
Rocky Mount where he received
treatment in a hospital.
Spend Week-end Here
Misses Helen and Coralie Briggs,
of WhaleyvUl^, Va., and Messrs! Ed
Wgrd Mertig and Mack Dowdy, of!
Suffolk, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. W
Bazenvore here last week-end.
At Nags Head This Week
Mesdames Art Kent and Fred
Poole, of Hamilton, are voting at
Nags Head this week.
Attending Furniture Show
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Courtney are
attending the furniture show in High
Point for a few days.
Are Attending Camp
Miss Helen Weaver and Bennie
Weaver are attending camp at Ridge
crest for about ten days.
Attend Ix>st Colony
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Linville John
sun attended the 1 ost Colony at
Manteo last week-end.
Returns from Roanoke Rapids
Mrs. Thurman Griffin has re
turned to her home here after a two
weeks' visit with friends and rela
tives in Roanoke Rapids and Wash
Mrs. Carrie Lou Johnson, of Au
gusta. Ga., is spending a few days
here with her sister, Mrs. T. B.
Brandon, and family.
Is Visiting Here
Howard Earo. who is?playing
baseball with Waverly, Va., this sea
son. visited friends here yesterday
Huyiriff in car lota ire
ran sell the aliove itema
cheaper ? ('.ALI. LIS.
<:. L. WILSON
HEAT POWDER ___
NYAL FOOT BALM SOC
(For Athlete a Fool)
SALTS?5 pound* _
WRISLEY BATH 7 3C
Start That Fall Garden
Turnip*, Kutabugna, (iabbage, Kale,
CollurtU. Kali KeanH ami Muatarfl
CLARK'S DRUG STORE
Let l!? Fill Your Next Pretcripiioiu - PHONES 52 and_S3_
Returns from Elk Park. N. C.
Mr David Modlin ha* returned
from a few day*' *tay at Elk Park,
Attending House Party
Mi*s Millie Bigs*, accompanied by
friends from Enfield, is attending a
house party at White Lake'
Returns from Suffolk
Mrs. Garland Barnhill has return
I i d from a visit with relatives in
Suffolk. _ J
i Construction Begins
i Construction was begun Wednes
day on South Haughton Street on a
home for Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Lang
Visit at Ocean View
Mesdames J, E Griffin and Grace
Maynard visited at Ocean View last
Visiting at Virginia Beach
Misses Marie Griffin, Lorene Wea
ver and Evelyn Lilley are spending
the week-end at Virginia Beach.
Was Business Visitor Here
Commissioner R A Haislip. of
Oak City, was a business visitor j
Visits Here This Week
Mr J. W. Hight. of Rocky Mount,
former resident of Williamston, vis
lied friends here this week
Returns from Blowing Rock
Mr. John Henry Edwards has re
turned from Blowing Rock where
he attended a Chevrolet dealers'
In Robersonville Yesterday
Mrs. John L Rodgerson and
daughter. Miss Mary, and Mrs. W.
B Dawes, of Richmond, visited in
Visiting in Oak City
Mrs E K. Harrell. of Camille. Ga.,
is visiting Mr and Mrs. Luther Dav
enport in Oak City
Return from Virginia Beach
Mr and Mrs J E Edmondson and
daughter, Mildred Thomas, return-1
ed yesterday from Virginia Beach
where they spent several days.
Visits Near Here
Miss Eva McKeel has returned to
her home in Washington, after a vis
it near here with Mr. and Mrs J
Visits in Richmond
Mrs. L. P Lindsley has returned
from a visit with relatives in Rich
Miss Carolyn Lindsley returned
this week from a visit with friends
at Virginia Beach.
NOTICE OF SALE
North Carolina. Martin County.
Under ar)d by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in a'certain deed
of trust executed to the undersign
ed trustee by N R Daniel and wife. j
Elizabeth Daniel, on the 2nd day of
April, 1927, and of record in the pub
lic registry of Martin County in
Book K-3. page 350. said deed of
trust having been given for the I
purpose of securing a certain note
of even date and tenor therewith,
default having been made in the'
payment of said note, and the stipu
lations contained in said deed of j
trust not having been complied with
and at the request of the owner of
said note, the .undersigned trustee
will, on Saturday, 3rd day of August,
1940, at 12 o'clock noon, at the
Courthouse door in the town of Wil
liamston, offer for sale to the high
est bidder, for cash, the following
described real estate, to-wit:
Lying and being in Martin Coun
ty, Griffins Township, State of North
Carolina. Bounded on the North by
Hattie Ellis, on the East by Phillips
Lumber ?ompany, on the South by
the lands of W. D. Daniel, on the
West by Sarah Frances Roberson
heirs, containing 125 acres more or
less, and being the land whereon
William Harmon Daniel and wife
lived and died and being known as
This 2nd day of July. 1940.
E. S. PEEL,
Peel & Manning, Attys. j5-4t
U? NOTICE OF SALE
Niirtli Carolina. Martin -County,
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in a certain deed
of trust executed to the undersign
ed trustee by Fannie B. Moore and
M D. Beech and wife. Marion W.
Beech, on the 1st day of January,
1(137, und of record in the public rug
ixtry of Martin County in Book S-2,
at page 376. said deed of trust hav
ing been given for the purpose of
securing a certain note of even date
therewith, the stipulations in said
deed of trust not having been com
plied with, and default having been
made in the payment of said note,
and at the request of the interested
parties, the undersigned trustee will,
on Saturday, the 3rd day of August,
1Mb, at 12 o'cloek noon, in front of
the courthouse door in the town of
Williamston. offer for sale to the
highest bidder, for cash, the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit:
Adjoining the lands of Watson B.
Sherrod and others and bounded as
follows: Beginning at Conoho Creek
at J. J. Sherrod's corner, now Wat
son and Sherrod's corner, at a gum
and maple, thence North 160 poles
to a pine, thence East 21 1-2 poles to
a pine, thence South 71 West 52 poles
to a pine, thence North 76 East 66
poles to a cypress on the old Ever
ett-Mill Branch, thence down the
various courses of said branch to
said Conoho Creek, thence up the
various cources of said Conoho
Creek to the beginning, containing
240 acres, more or less, this being
the same land deeded to Henry Gas
kin by J. P. Boyle and wife, Margar
et B. Boyle. January 2, 1911.
This the 2nd day of July, 1940.
F. U I1AIBLIP.
PeelA. Manning, Attys j3-<t
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
(By Substituted Trustee)
Pursuant to the power ana author
ity contained in a certain deed of
trust dated the 14th day of Decem
ber, T934, executed by Coler Or
mond and wife, Carrie Ormond, to
C. S. Noble, Trustee, which deed of
trust is duly registered in the of
fice of the Register of Deeds of
Martin County, North Carolina, in
Book N-3, page 465, securing a cer
tain note payable to Home Owners
Loan Corporation, default having
been made for a period of more than
ninety (90) days in the payment of
said note as provided therein and in
the performance of certain coven
ants set out in said deed of trust and
demand of foreeieetwe having been
made by the holder of said indebted
ness the undersigned Trustee, hav
ing been substituted as Trustee, for
C. S. Noble, said substitution being
duly recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds of Martin County,
North Carolina, In Book Y-3. page
313, will offer for aale at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash
at the Court House door in Martin
County, Williams ton. North Caro
lina, at 13 o'clock Noon on the 10th
day of August, 1940, the following
described real estate to wit: Lying
and being in the Town of Williams
ton, Wilfiamston Township, County
of Martin, State of North Carolina,
and more particularly described and
defined as follows: Adjoining the
lands of G. Purvis, Willie Bunch, a
public alley and Martin Street in
the Town of Williamston, and be
ginning at a stake on the north side
of Martin Street on the line between
Goler Ormond and G- Purvis; thence
North 45* East 80 feet along the line
of G. Purvis to a stake in the line
of Willie Bunch; thence along the
line of Willie Bunch South 45* East
100 feet to a public alley; thence
along said public alley South 45*
West 80 feet to a stake on Martin
Street; thence along Martin Street
North 45* West 100 feet to the begin
ning, and being the same lands con
veyed to Goler Ormond by J. G. God
ard and wife, Carrie G. Godard, by
deed bearing date April 22. 1927, and
recorded in the Public Registry of
Martin County in Book V-2, at page
433, and being the same premises de
scribed on a map or plat of the same
made by D. Mcidlin, Surveyor, on
February 22. 1934, now on file with
the Home Owners Loan Corpora
This property will be sold sub
ject to 1940 taxes.
The purchaser at tin? sale will be
required to make a cash deposit of
5 per cent of the purchase price to
show good faith.
This the 5th day of July, 1940.
T. C ABERNATHY,
Hugh G. Horton, Atty. jy5-5t
APPLICATION FOR PARDON
OF GAITHER LOCKE.
Application will be made to the
Governor of North Carolina for the
parole of Gaither Locke, convicted
at the July 8, 1940, Term of the Re
corder's Court of Martin County for
engaging in the manufacture of il
legal and intoxicating liquor and
sentenced to work the roads of the
State for a term of twelve months.
All persons who oppose the grant
ing of the said parole are invited to
forward their protest to the Gover
nor without delay.
This the 18th day of July, 1940
jy!9-2t GAITHER LOCKE.
T. WUX1AMSTOM In ^
'? IMAtT Kr<n~
FURTHER REDUCTIONS FOR QUICK
CLEARANCE THROUGHOUT OUR
9L95 DRESSES. Reduced lu 81.29
82.95 DRESSES. Reduced to 81.94
83.95 DRESSES. Reduced to 82.69
86.50 DRESSES. Reduced to 83.88
87.95 DRESSES, Reduced to 84.88
10.95 DRESSES. Reduced to 86.88
HUM)REDS OF OTHER VALUES OFFERED
AT LESS THAIS COST.
Not Just A Weekly Sate But A Real
Honest-To-Cioodness (lut In All Prices.
I.adipk' I oil a
I .adieu' Full-Fashioned
59c value, Now 48o
79e value. Now 59c
1 .OO value, Now 79c
1.79 value, Now 81.29
VANITY FAIR SLIPS
2.00 vulue. Now SI 1.29
2.00 value 81.00
1.00 value . .79c
2.00 value $1.39
1.65 value $1.19
Men * Big
Sizes up to 50
Big Lot Print
1.00 value, Now ... 69c
1.00 value, Now . . . 69c
18c and 58c
colors. 1.00 val.
Ivory ? Err it
Boys'' Dress Shorts
With Belt?All Siaes
ALL LUGGAGE ON SALE
ALL WORK PANTS
Both Boy' and Men's
CUT BELOW COST
BARNH1LL BROS. * Williamston