Misses Margaret Manning and Em
ma Bel Harris will leave Monday for
Greensboro, yhere they will enter the
North Carolina College tot Women for
the coming session.
Congressman and Mrs. Lindsay- 'C.
Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Bonner passed through here yester
day en oute to Washington, N. C.,
where they will spend a few days.
i Mr. W. F. Thomas left Thursday
for Lynchburg, where he will be mar
ried to Miss Ellen EUery Walker on
Saturday, September 12. They will re
turn to Williamston Sunday and be
at home with Mr. and Mrs: A. R. Dun
Mr. Walter. Halberstadt has return
ed from a several weeks trip through
f the Piedmont section of the State.
j Mrs. Rena Cunningham, of Pineville
I has arrived to visit her son, Mm!. F.
J Cunningham, and Mrs. Cunningham
at their home in New Town.
I 4 Miss Evelyn and James Moore, jr.,
■ have returned to their home in Nor
folk, after visiting their grandfather,!
Mr. James Waters.
Mesdames John A. Manning and
Roger A. Critcher and Messrs. R. S.
Critcher and Bob Biggs motored to
Richmond Wednesday, returning the
' Miss Myrtle Wynne has returned
from Virginia, where she visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wynne.
Miss Elizabeth Warren, of Wash
ington, spent last night in the city as
the guest of Mrs. C. H. Godwin.
Mr, N. O. VanNortwick, of Par
mele, was a business visitor here yes
Messrs. C. C. Fleming and C. A.
Askew, of Jamesville, were visitors
Miss Martha- Louise Anderson has
returned from Asbury Park, N. J.,
where she spent the summer with
Mr. Luke Sykes, of Jamesville, was
in town Wednesday.
Mrs. Sallie L. Williams, of Norfolk,
Va., is visiting her son, Mr. J. L
Williams and Mrs. Williams, on North
Mr. Bill Phelps, of Elisabeth City,
spent Wednesday night here with
Mrs. H. J. Wilkinson, of Belhaven,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Juliuß H.
Purvis for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Purvis will
leave Saturday for Kittrell, N. C„
where they will spemi the week end
SALE OF VALUABLE FARM
Under and by virtue of authority
conferred upon us in a deed of trus
by P. T. Anthony and wife, Julia B
Anthony, and E. B. Thomas and wife
Helen G. Thomas, on the Ist day o
February, 1823, and recorded in book
K-2, page 667, in Martin County, we
will on Saturday the 2«th day of Sep
tember, 1026, at 12 o'clock noon a
Why You Should Sell Your Tobacco In Williamston
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State of North Carolina, This is a sworn statement to the effect that the Williamston Tobacco
County of Martin. _ ~ market ranks with the best markets in the State and is selling tobacco
; ' • higher than some of the larger markets in eastern Carolina. Don't fail to
Personally appeared before me, a notary public for said county and compare our averages with those of the following markets, which, accord-
State, W. B. Watts, secretary and treasurer of Williamston Tobacco Board j ng . to the News and Observer of September 6th, Wilson averaged 15.36;
of Trade, who deposes and says that up to Monday, September 7th, 1925, the ' Rocky Mount, 15.25; and Greenville, 14.51. " f
Williamston tobacco market has sold 562,728 pounds of tobacco for $94,-
290.67, making an average for all sales to Tuesday, September Bth, of Bring your tobacco to Williamston and get the top prices. We assure
$16.75 per hundred pounds. you that our market is as high as any and exceeds some of the large mar
kets in the State.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of September, 1925.
C. D. CARSTARPHEN, Jr., Notary Public. Very tluly youra ' ' '
Farmers Warehouse Roanoke Warehouse
Dixie Warehouse Timberlakes' Warehouse
Miss Eleanor Stanback, of Mount
Gilead, has arrived to teach in the lo
cal school during the coming term.
Mrs. D. Belford, of New York, who
has been spending the summer with
her sister, Mrs, N. Orleans, left Tues
day for her home.
Misses Myrtle Wynne, Lucille Has
sell, Lyda Cook, and Thelma Brown,
Messrs. Jack Biggs, Bryant and
Frank Carstarphen attended the dance
at Coleraine Wednesday night.
Mr. John Manning has returned
from Florida, where he spent the past
the courthouse door in Williamston
sell at public auction for cash to the
highest bidder the following land, to
A—Adjoining the lands oI Dr. D
W. Lewis, Kitchin Taylor, et als., and
bounded as follows: Beginning,at Car ,
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mell's corner at a stump in a smal
field near the river pocossin and run
ning south 70 west along said Car
mell's line to three maples on th
branch; thence up the meanders of th
said branch to the road; thence along
the road to a small red oak in said
Carinell's line; thence north 70 de
grees west along said line ISO pole
to a pine stump near Samuel Wil >
liams' field; thence north 52 east nin
poles to a small branch; thence nortl
10 cast 80 poles to a fork of the
branch of Jumping Run; thence noith
7 east 32 poles along the run of said
branch; thence south 70 east 14 pole
along the said run; thence north 60
east 30 poles along the said run;
thence north 30 west 20 poles along
said run; thence north 15 west 30
poles along said run, four east 100
poles along said run of the said
branch to the back line in the river
jocosin; thence down the river poco
sin to the first station, containing by
estimation four hundred and fifty
seven acres, more or less, it being
known as the Carmel! land and for
merly owned by Louis A. Thompson
and which was sold under execution
against said Thompson and conveyed
THE ENTERPRISE WILLIAMSTON, N. &
by the sheriff of said county to H.
Henry Brown and subsequently con
veyed by H, Brown and wife, S. A. El
Brown to Henry B. Moore and for
particular description reference ia
made to said deed of record. Found
in book J-J, page 153, Henry B. Moore
and wife, Susan A. Moore, to Nancy
B—A certain parct: ol land lying
and being in Martin County, North
Carolina, and in Goose Nest Town
ship and known as the "Jeff Hous*
Farm," said tract of land lying on
both sides of the public road leading
from Oak City to Speed and adjoining
the lands of Dr. S. Harrell, Frank Ed
mondson, Leon Cherry, Tom Harrell,
Hardy Council and others, and being
the same land* which were conveyed
by W. C. Manning and wile, S. M.
Manning by deed dated July 5, 1911,
and of record in the register of deed's
office of Martin County, N. C., in book
C-l, page 2, and which was conveyed
by S. R. Harrell to M. W. House by
deed recorded In book G-G, page 158,
Martin County Register of Deed's of
fice, for particular description of the
lands herein conveyed reference is
hereby made to the abov« two con-
veyances, said tract of land contain*
500 acres more or less. Found in
book J-2, page 112, John W. Smith and
wife, et al., to P. T. Anthony and E
This sale is made by reason of fail
ure of jP. T. Anthony and E. B. Thom
as to pay off and discharge the indebt
edness secured by said deed of trust
to the North Carolina Joint Stock
Land Bank of Durham.
This the 17th day of August, 1925.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
TRUST CO., Trustee.
Durham, N. C. • " 7 a2l 4tw
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
or' sale contained in that certain
l>eed of Trust executed to me the
undersigned Trustee by J. F. Jones
and Wife Vannie Jones on the 14th.,.
day of January 1916, and of record
in Martin County Public Registry in-
Book M-l, page 139. Said Deed ol
Trust securing certain bonds of even
date and tenor therewith and tha
stipulations therein not having been
complied with, and at the request of
the holder of said bonds the under
signed Trustee will on the 26th day
of September, 1925, in front of the
Court House Door in Williamston,
North Carolina at 12:00 o'clock M.
expose to public auction to the high
est bidder for cash tho following de-
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WASHINGTON ""NORTH CAROLINA
Adjoining the lands of J. G. God
ard, W. J. Whitaker and others and
being the same place where J. P.
Jones now lives, containing: 82 1-2
acres, more or less, and being Farm
No. 10 of the Fennie Slade Farm as
surveyed and plotted. For full de
scription see map in Land Division
Hook No. 2, page 20.
This 26th day of August ,1925.
B. A. CRITCHER, Trustee.
North Carolina—Martin County.
In the superior court;,
C. D. t'arstarphon, trading ax C. D.
Carmarthen & Co., vs. J. L. Wynn
It appearing to the undersigned
clerk of the superior court of Martin
County from affidavit of C. D. Car
starphen, plaintiff in the above, en
titled action, that J. L. Wyiyffthe de
fendant, is not a resident of the State
of North Carolina; that the plaintiff
has a good cause of action against said
It is therefore ordered by the court
that notice of this action be adver*
Used at the courthouse uoor and four
other public places in Martin County
for four successive weeks and also in
the Enterprise, a newspaper published
in Martin County, once a week for
four successive weeks, it stating the
title of action, issuing of the attach
ment, and a brief recital of the sub
ject matter of the »uit and requesting
the defendant to appear before the
cleric of the superior court of Martin
County at his office in Williamston,
N. C., Martin County, on the 26th day
of Augast, 1925, and answer or de
mur to the complaint of the plain
This the 24th day of August, 1925.
R. J. PEEL, ,
Clerk superior court, Martin County.
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