Local and Personal
Miss Lizzette Williamson, of Ports-;
mouth, is visiting Miss Margaret Ev
erett at her home on Main Street.
Mrs. H. M. Poe, of Rocky Mount,
visited Mr. Poe at the Roanoke Fair
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rodman and
children, of Washington, were fair vis
itors Wednesday. +
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Martin at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Jack Mc-
Mullan in Elizabeth City Thursday.
Mrs. McMullan is better known in
Williamston as Miss Mahala Meekins,
having visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin
before her marriage. She was the
daughter of Judge and Mrs. I. M.
Mr. Rowland C. Crawford, of Clarks
burg, W. Va., is visiting his mother,
Mrs. J. C. Crawford, on Haughton
Mrs. Matthew Nicholson, of Balti
more, is the guest of Mrs. J. C. Craw
Mr. Caleb Bell, of Washington, was
in town Tuesday attending to busi
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Smithwick, of
Jaihesville, attended the fair Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Carson," -of
Jamesville were fair visitors Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hagans, of Tar
boro, were visitors to the fair Wed
Drs. D. T. and Josh Tayloe attend
ed the horse races Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Paul and daugh
ter, Louise, were the guests of Mr
and Mrs. A. R. Dunning yesterday.
Miss Marie Chapman, of Grifton, la
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Williams
and Mr. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Worsley and
children, of Oak City, attended the
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Everett, of Oak
City, were here for the fair this week.
Messrs. J. D. Paul and Harry Faulk
ner, of the revenue department, Wash
ington, were business visitors heie
Mr. Fred Knight, of Plymouth, is
here assisting Mr. Poe at the fair
grounds this week.
Miss Florence. Ellington, of Kin;;ton,
visited Miss Geneva Cook Wednesday.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
By virtue of the power conferred
upon me as trustee in a certain deef"
of trust executed by Ella E. Powell,'
bearing date May 25, 1922, and re
corded in book H-2, Martin County,
records, I will sell at public auction
for cash at the courthouse door of
Martin County on Wednesday, Novem
ber the 4th, 1925, at 12 o'clock m., the
following described land:
Situate in Martin County and bound
ed on the north by the Parmele-Rob
i rsonville road, which is on the south
side of the railroad; on the east by
the lands of J. T. Stokes; on the south
by the lands of Oliver Carter; on the
west by the lands of J. O. Jenkins,
being a certain tract on the map of
survey of the old XTTr'-Bryan laftd
made for and used by Burton Bros,
in their survey and sale ot lands oi
Thanksgiving day, 1919. For a bet
ter description, same being land deed
ed to Ella E. Powell by L. D. Roe
buck and wife, found in book D-2,
page 576, Register of Deed's office,
Martin County. About 13 acres.
This October 4, .1925.
J. E. POPE,
013 4tw Trustee. ~
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
Under and by virtue of the power
and authority contained in a certain
deed of trust executed to the under
signed trustee by H. U. Peel on the
Bth day of October, 1921, and of rec
ord in the public Registry of Martin
County, in book G-2, page 379, said
deed of trust having been given to se
cure a certain note of even date and
tenor therewith, and the stipulations
in said deed of trust not having been
complied with and at the request ot
the parties interested, the undersign
ed trustee will on Monday, the 16th
day of November, 1925, at 12 o'clock
W., at the courthouse door in the toj»n
of Williamston, N. C., offer for i ate
to the highest bidder for cash, at pub
lic sale, the following described real
Being the land described in the Will
of John R. Peel and willed, to Susan
F. Peel for life and then to H. U.
Peel, and being the same land describ
ed in a deed of trust from H. U. Peel
and mother, Susan F. Peel to the Fed
eral Land Bank of record in the pub
lic record of Martin County in book
Z-l, at page 88.
This the 14th day of October, 1925.
020 4tw Trustee. _•
, ' t>r ■ »
Mr. W. £• Manning returned yes
terday from Wilson.
Mr. Jim Griffin, of Griffins Town
ship, was in town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Staton J. Peel, of
i'.elhaven, were fair visitors here yes
Messrs. George A. Holderness, of
Tarboro, and Courtney Edgerton, of
Rocky Mount, were business visitors
Mr. Ben Dixon MacNeil, of Raleigh,
who is a special correspondent for
the News and Observer, was here at
tending the Roanoke Fair yesterday.
Mrs. VV. C. Browning and little
daughter, of Washington, attended the
fair here yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roberson, of
Urifflns Township, were in town Thurs
Rev. B. Duke Critcher, of Red
Springs, spent Wednesday and Thurs
day with Mrs. Critcher and their lit
tle daughter, Rosamond, who are vis
iting relatives here.
The invitation below has been re
i eiveii by 'riends of Miss Richardson
in this city. She is a very popular
young lady of Washington and her
marriage will be one of the leading
social events of the fall season in that
"Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Hughes
Richardson request of the honor of
your presence at the marriage of
their daughter, Miry Latham, to Mr.
Walter Scott punn, on Wednesdiay
evening, November 25, 1925, at 9 o'-
"312 North Market Street, Washing
ton, N. C."
is a prescription Tor Malaria, ChiHj
and Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fever
It kills the germs.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
Under and by virtue of the authori
ty contained in a certain deed of trust
executed to the undersigned trustee
by W. C. Ellis and wife, on the 12th
day of January, 1924, and of record
ill the public registry of Martin Coun
ty in book Q-2, at page 103, said deed
of trust having been given to secure
a certain note of even date and tenor
therewith, and the stipulation* in said
deed of tni*t not having been com
plied with and at the request of the
parties interested, the undersigned
MILLION PECAN TREES GROWING
LEADING VARIETIES FINEST (\\ \LITV
!.>» Prices. Free Booklet "i'ran Tr es and Their Culture.''.Head
Before Buj 'ig
AMONG OLDEST AND LARGEST GROWERS
MILLEDGEVILLE NUItSERY COMPANY
Box 218-C Milledgeville, Ga.
i>»i«auMnaaMtMT —»cwea«h rw -vr w , .' . ' t-'TJ
Notice of Property
- For Sale -
We are offering for sale a splendid farm about ono
half mile fom Hamilton, being- a part of the W. L. Sher
rod plantation, containing 207 acres, with about 150
cleared. The building's on this farm consist of ] nice
dwelling-; 3 tenant houses; 2 tobacco barns, and the nee-,,
_ essary outbuilding's. There are 6 dandytfnules and all
the necessary farming utensils and equipment for oper- .
Price & Terms Reasonable
frfi'rwimiii - * *
Rocky Mount Insurance & Realty Co."
ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
- W. & RHODES Z. H. ROSE
Hamilton, N. C. Williams!on, N. C.
OiE KNTEltPHltttt, WL' UAMSION. NOIUII CAItOLINA
trustee will on Monday, the 15th day
of November, 1925, at 12 o'clock ni.
at the courthouse door in the town of
Williamston, N. C., offer for sale to
the highest bidder for cash, at public
uuctioiv, the following described real
Beginning at H. D. Harrison's eor
j i.er on Washington Street, running an
j east course with H. D. Harrison's line
70 yards to W* A. Bliiley's line; thence
a north course with W. A. Bailey's
line 30 feet to the town line, thence
with the town line 70 yards to Wash
ington Street, thence with said street
SO feet to the beginning, containing
(1-7) one-seventh of an acre.
This the day of October, 1925.
020 4tw « Trustee.
Martin & Feel, attorneys.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue ot tht power
of pale contained in that certain deed
of trust executed by Dedden Godard
and wife to the" undersigned trustee
on the Ist day of September, 1921.
and of record in the Martin County
l'ublic Registry in book U-l, page
245, securing bonds* of even date
therewith, and the stipulations not
having been complied with, and at the
request of the holder of said bonds
the undersigned trustee will on the
9th day of November, 1925, at 12 o'-
clock in front of the courthouse door
of Martin County offer at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash,
the following described tract of land:
Bounded by lands of B. A. Critcher,
A. S. Roberson, Williams land, et si.
Containing 30 acres, more or less, and
being same land deeded to Dedden
Godard by B. A. Critcher, and same
land mortgaged to Federal Land
This the 7th day of October,
018 4tw ' 1 Trustee.
SALE OF VALUABLE FARM
Under and by virtue of the authori
ty conferred upon us in a deed of trust
executed by L. D. Roebuck and v/il'e,
Hannah Roebuck, on the 30th day of
March 30th, 1923, and recorded in the
book of mortgages, 0 2, page 535, we
will on Saturday, the 21st day of No
vember, 1925, at 12 o'clock noon at
the courthouse door in William. toii,
Martin County, sell at public auction
tor cash to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing land, to wit:
All that certain tract or parcel of
hind lying and being in Robersonville
Township, Martin County, North Car
olina, bounded on. the north by the
ltnils of Mrs. Jane Camon, the school
lot and the national highway: on the
east by the lands of W. A. Nelson and
Joe Bryan; on the south by the A. C.
L. Railroad and E. E. Powell, H. VTurd,
E. C. Speight, and G. C. James, on the
west by the lands of Church Crisp,
N. O. Van Nortwick, the public street
and the school lot, containing 58.75
acres, more or le. », and being the
same land deeded to Hannah Roebuck
by J. A. Mlielle, trustee, and more
particularly described as follows, to
Beginning at W. A. Nelson's cor
ner in the ditch; thence S. 77 £2,11.10
chaine; thence S. 5 W 2.80 chaine;
thence S. 86 W 16.40 chains; thence
N 2 1-2 w. 4.37 chains; thence S. 89
1-4 W. 13.10 chains; thence N. 8 1-4
L. 6.25 chains; thence S. 69 1-4 E.
1.60 chains; thence N. 23 E T'chains;
thence N. 42 W 6.25 chains; thence
N. 21 1-4 E. 11.67 chains; thence S.
GB, E. 2.60 chains; thence N. 21 1-4
E 71 links; thence S. 68 E 2 chains;
thence N. 21 1-4 E. 4.70 chains; thence
S. 75 3-4 E. 13.40 chains, thence S.
34 1-4 24.10 chains to the beginning.
This sale is made by reason of the
failure of L. D. Roebuck and wife,
Hannah Roebuck, to pay off and dis
charge the indebtedness secured by
said deed of tru;t to the North Caro
lina Joint Stock Land Bank of Dur
Thlfr the 12th duy of October, 1925.
' FIRST NATIONAL TRUST CO.,
Durham, N. C. . 023 4tw
NOTIC E OK SALE OK*LAND
Under and by virtue* fri the power
nil i autherity conLi'itc 1 in a certain
d«»t; 1 of trust v*ecutvl to the under
tetieJ trustee by 11. F. k '•«!, on the
••tli day of December, 1921, anil of
)fr>rd in the public registry of Mar
tin County In. book Q--2, at page 212
taid dcou of trust having been given
to secure certain notes of even date
afrdT tenor IherdvHT add" lT>- stt])illtt
(ions in said deed of trust 11 >t hnviug
been complied with, and ut the r.:
, qut -t of the partie. interested, the
undersigned trustee will on Monday,
I-IB* I-'ilh ilay of Nuunnb, r, 14)2.% ut.
12 o'clock m., at the courthouse door
in t* c town o'i N. C., of J
(• r for sale-to the l.i-.lu. t bidder for
rush, at publ : ; auction, the following
dev i ihed real opiate:
lf.l tract: Being the old Jesse Pet I
W.n mi where ill.' .si-1 It. FFS
;n».\ r 'sides, in Bear Crass Township,
mid adjoining the Km of C, Si liar
rison- • n north,-foirth, mid east. .-L '
2nd tract: Ileing Jot No. 4, in.the
division of the land of the late ALi
/'nh peel and drawn b'* Hose; Pur
and conveyed by saiil llosea Peel t
•fr'Se It. l'eel, as is cvidr-nre I by deed
fararmg date Dooomlntr 10th, 18321, uud
hosv •; us?
n \ 11's i ■» i" : i v :.nr. • r.-nt
do Wlia' w« «1 1i xt 1 i i nit jO'ir • t«tr
of c.itarrh o. : «•. ,i>
Cnta*rh * -
HAM'S IVTAfUU' IfIJMI rjw
#Hh. of an rill.. ... «nr. I (;ni, ! 15-
Ueltcvi.l til.' cnl. .rl I ii.iiiton «nrt
th« if ..rii!.' .V l-> 'l n.il ■, 111
acta' throil&li (: I >. rt i>n t'r. M iroiia
Bii: ifc' i-!i, thus. iv'Liorlii: normal condi■
Hold by i' • r 40 Yearn
k, J, fc.-'H-u Jk Ci oii
FRESH, Nice Lar«e HELHAVEN
lUccarvi r, DAILY
Served \nyS»>|.'j, Orders Deliver
. ;.'d I'rojnntly. Next Door to the
• Electric Shoe Shop
f i. r»rrganuH
recorded in public registry, Martin
County iiPbook CCC, page 116, con"
turning 25 acres.
3rd tract: Being lot No. 6 in th
division of the land of-*the late Abi
jah Peel, and drawn by Jesse B. Peel
containing 29 acres, more or less, and
lully described in said division, which
ii. recorded in public registry of Mar
tin County in book V, at page 528,
said land being all the land owned by
said B. F. Peel in Bear Grass Town
ship and W'illiamston Township.
This the 11th Hny of October, 1925.
E. S. PEEL,
r»2> +tw Trustee.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND.
Under and by virtue of the authority
conferred upon the undersigned in that
certain deed of trust executed by Clue
Fur Trimmed Z\\
St. ITABI.E FOR EVERY OCCASION e i
\»V ai*e justifiably proud:'of this real lyre- I v
inarlcable group of better coats tor women. jj a 1
For.all the authentic silhouettes, colors, Nw
»id s. ami manners of trimmings are includ
eel. And added to these essential ebaract
v; ;h > superior tailoring that alwsays Vi
betokens Mammon Bros, merchandise. kV
Included are wrap-around, ~ flared, $
ptraisrht-line and Pi incesss models, trimm
ed with Selected fur pelts—Fitch, Heaver
Squirrel, Fox, and wolf. The color's are
iii:enant, gray, lipstick red, green, black, -
)>ro\ n, navy aand numerous other tones.
VERY UNUSUAL VALUES
Harrison Bros. & Co.
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William&on, N. C.
" _ / '
Monday Nov. 9at 11 ft
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Some of the best located business property in Williamston,
fronting 200 feet on Watts street, opposite the Atlantic Hotel and
just off Main street. Has befen subdivided into nice business lots.
Mr. H. G. Horton and Mr. Leslie Fowden v ho have this property say
sell it for the high dollar.
Immediately following-this sale, we will sell for Mr, Eli Gurgan
us a number of residence lots on the Hamilton highway, just fat
enough out to be exempt from city taxes.
DON'T MISS ANY OF THESE SALES
lasv TRBMS BRASS BAND FREE PRIZES
Prince Realty Co.
RALEIGH, N. C. Selling Agents ROCKY MOUNT, N. G
Terry on the 18th day of January,l923, i
Slid of record In the public registry of
Martin County in BookG-2 at page 538,
said deed of trust having been given to
secure a certain note of even date and !
tenor therewith and the stipulations; '
contained in said deed of trust not hav- J i
ing been completed with and at the re- 1
quest of- the- parties- interested the j
! imdersißned trustee- will on- Friday,: !
I November, 27th,1925 in front of the j i
Court- House- Door in the Town- of' l
Williamston, N, C. at 12 o'clock M.; ;
sell at public auction to the hiirhest!
bidder for cash tho following described i 1
Beginiii); at a forked gum at the:
mouth of a small branch in the Wolf I '
Branch, J. F. Terry Voomer in the Asa |
iiarrison line: thence running up said I
Wolf Branch, the Asa Harbison line toj
t a dead pine, said Asa Harrisons eerrner,
i thence runing said AM Harris line to
thence Jim Bullock's corner a stob,
thence running Jim Bullocks line to a
atob, a corner, Tom Bullock's corner,
thence runnirfg Jim Bullocks line to a
stop, a corner, Tom Bullocks comer;
thence running Tom Bullocks line toa
slop, Bill Wynne's corner; thence a
ionK Bill Wynne's line to a pine in a
h'anch' George R. Terry's line, thence
'own saitl branch to the beginning, 40
acre . Tiort' or less, and being L-.t 8
Miiit' ii lla>vlF Ra s land
ill*, i-- ion, worded in land division book
Nii. J , h' i'age 20H, excepting from lot
% f acres now owned by W. 0.
r;.is th( 26th day of October, 1925.
J. F. TERRY, -
, ;() 4(...* Trustee.