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    Pitt
Shoe
-eo.
Removal
Sale
We are going; to
move in our new store
at Five Points next
Tuesday.
So for this week and
Monday of next week
we are going to con
tinue—
OUR
REMOVAL
SALE
We are offering bar
gains in fine shoes that
you can't afford to
miss.
We have today and
will continue each day
to put new ones on our
$i
PER PAIR
TABLE
All these shoes are
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absolutely new and are
the kind that we can
guarantee the wear
and fit of every pair.
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All sizes and widths,
Triple A to EE.
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Pitt
Shoe
Co.
GREENVILLE, N. G
"We Keep
Your Feet
Happy"
WMIS
LOST GRAY OVERCOAT ON THE
Jamesvile road, Wednesday. Please
return to Luke- Mizelie, Williams
ton, N. C. pd
FOR SALE: SOY BEANS. PEA
nut Hay and Fielu Peas. Hay in
good L. Coltrain
Williamston, Route 4. a64tp
NOTICE
1 have taken up in my lot a black
~ Bbatd "fnarked halt moonTn eacTi ear.
Will weight about KO pounds. Owner
can get it by paying charges. F. U.
Rawls.
WANTED: . YOUNG MEN AND
young women bookkeepers, stenog
raphers and salesmen, learn in a few
weeks in the oldest business college in
North Carolina's largest, small fee,
easy terms. Board and room for boys
and girls in the dormitory reasonable
Howard's Business' College, Winston-
Salo'm, N. C. mch9 16t
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank the large number
of friends who were so kino to me in
my recent affliction and misfortune tn
the losing of my eye, rendering me
totally blind, and to all who bestowed
the kindness of vifiitng as well as the
large numlmr who donated to my hos
pital expenses. 1 , extend sincere
thanks.
E. HOYT MANNING.
NOTICE OF HALF OF PERSONAL
PROPERTY
Under and by virtue of the'lien ae
i|tiired by virtue of section 2435 of
'the consolidated statutes of the State
7of North Carolin:TTfie hT'ieinal trr de
j scribed personal property having been
1 repaired by the undersigned on the
1 16th day of January, 1926, and not
having been paid for within 90 days
as allowed by law the undersigned
will on Saturday the Ist day of May,
1926-, offer for sale to the highest bid j
j dcr for cash at 12 o'clock m., in front
of the garage of the Williamston Mo-
I tor Company in the town of William-
I ston, -N: C„ the following described
personal property, to wit:
One Ford touring car, Motoi'.No,
#793783. ' '
This the 16th day of April, 1926.
WIU.IAMSTON MOTOK TO.
aid 2tw By J. D. Woofard.
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Rupture
EXPERT HERE
F. H. Seeley, of Chicago audi Phila
delphia, the noted truss expert, tvill
personally be at the Proctor Hotel,
and will remain in Greenville Wed j
nesday only, April 21st. Mr. Seeley i
says: "The Spermatic Shield will' not
only retain an.t case of rupture per
fectly, but contracts the opening in
10 days on the average case. "Being
a vast advancement over all former
methods—-exemplifying instantaneous
effect immediately appreciable and
withstanding any strain or position,
no matter the size or location. Large
or difficult cases or incisional rupturn*
(following operations) specially solic-l
ited. This instrument ' received the
only award in England and in Spaiir,
producing results without surgery, in
jections, medical treatments or pre
scriptions.
CAUTION— AII cases should be cau
tioned against Ihe use of any elastic
or web truss with understraps, as
same rest where the lump is and not
where the opening is, producing com
plications necessitating surgical op
erations. Mr. Seeley has documents
from the United States Government,
W ashington, D. C., for inspection. He
will be glad to demonstrate without
charge or fit them if desired. Busi
ness demands prevent stopping at any
other place in this section.
N. B.—Every statement in this no
tice has been verified before the Fed
eral and State courts.- —F. 11. Seeley.
Home Office, 117 N. Dearborn St.,
* Chicago
P. S.— Fraud arning —Many com
plaints have reached me from dissat
isfied purchasers that certain parties
have fesen traveling about under mis
representations—imitating my ads and
claiming U- he associated with me or
my establishment. Substituting an
inferior imitation for ipy goods and
improperly fitted, all of which is false
and fraudulent and an imposition on
the purchaser.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
,» r
The undersigned, having duly quali
fied as administrator C. T. A., of the
estate of W. Henry Daniel, all per
sons having claims against said estate
are notified to exhibit same before him
on or before the 9th day of April,
1927, .or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All persons in-
The Baby's Cold
Continual "doting*
with internal modtein«
up.et. d.ltc.t.Httl.
•tumtctev. TYoot cold*
0 littrmlif with Vicko.
, K\\ You ju.t rub it on.
.debted to said estate will please see
me and mt»Ke immediate payment.
This the 9th day of April, 1926.
J. U. STATON.
Administrator, c. t. a., of the estate
of V- Henry Daniel, deceased.
Hugh G. Morton, attorney. a 9 6t
NOTICE OF SALE
lJy virtue of the power and authori
ty vested in the undersigned trustee
by the terms and conditions of a deed
of trust executed by Joseph Yarrell
and wife, i'annie Yarrell, to O. S. An
derson, trustee, of record in the office
of the register of deeds for Martin
County, in book 11-2, page 113, he will
on. Monday, April 38) 1926, at 12 o'-
clock m,, at the courthouse door of
Martin County, in the town of Wil
liamston, N. G\, sell to the highest
bidder for cash, the following real es
tate, in Martin County, North Carolina
to wit:
A certain ttact of land bounded oil
th'i north Ly Paul .jSmithwick, on the
(mm by the J. E. IVioore estate, on the
south by Wiltz Veneer Company, and
Leg get t hinds,, and on the west by
La'wrence Jam;s, and containing tl ir
ty (,;10) acres, more or less, and oe.ng
the same land conveyed by W. C. Man
ning, trustee, to J. B. Knight, datec
January 10, 1907. '
""Ttrts M arch U'-i, -
o°. S. "ANDERSON,
m 26 3tw • Trustee.
Gilliam & Davenport, Attorneys.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a judgment of resal
signed by Calvert, judge, at the Marcl
term, 1926, of the superior court of
Martin County, the bid at a former
.sale having been raised, the under
signed commissioner will on Tuesday
poles to a water oak stump; thenc
till? 20th day of April, l'J26, at 12 o'-
clock m., at the courthouse door of
Martin County at Williamston, N. C., 1
offer at public salu to the highest bid
der for casif the following deseribed
tract of land, to wit:
First tract; Bounded on the north
by the lands of K. 13. Holliday and
T. J. Holliday; on the east by the
lands of It. 11. Holliday and T. W. Hol
liday; on the south by tlie road lead
ing. from the Jordan Thick road to
the Washington road; and on the west
by the load leading from the Jordan
Thick road to the' Washington road,
I and containing 5 1-2 acres, more or
fTTSs, and commonly known as "the
(.i iH'gt' W. Holliday home place," and
in'ituv the same premises now. occiL
pie;l by W. li. lloiliday and wife, and
Ms sister, Elizabeth Holliday.
Second tract: Beginning on George I
W. Holliday's corner in the Holliday!
the house where Simon S.
l'rice lives; thence extending along!
George W. Holliday's line north 7 1-2'
west 64 poles to the head of Big Bot
tom; thence north SI W. 2b poles;
thence N. 40 W. 8 poles to the mouth
of Big Bottom to a maple standing
near the run of .Shot Bag branch, a
corner tree; thence N. 15 W. 9 poles;
thence N. 4& W. 16 poles to a black
gmn; thence N. 28 W. 82 poles to the
run of Cooper's Swamp to a Horn
Beuiu; then up the run of said swamp
to Gainer Holliday's corner to three
horn beams; thence south 6 3-4 east
along the old T. L. Holliday line 25
S. 5 W. 12 poles to the, fence'; thence
S. 0 1-2 W. 74 poles; thence S. 14 1-2
I W. 43 poles to the Holliday road;
tlwtnce west along the road to the be
ginning, containing by survey 67 acres
more or less. The above description
li being' recorded in book VV, at page
600 in Martin County public registry
in deed from T. J. Holliday and wife,
L. M. Holliday, G. W. Holliday and
wife, S. F. Holliday, and Thomas H.
Davis to B. M H.olliday.
Notice is further given that under
the terms of the judgment signed by
Calvert, judge, in the case of F. W.
Holliday against T. W. Holliday, et als
above referred to, this sale will be
final and that no raise in the bid at
said will be permitted.
This 20th day of March, 1926.
A. K. DUNNING,
m 22 4tw Commissioner.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain deed
of trust executed by the undersigned
trustee May 10, 1923, an of record in
Martin County Registry, in book G-2,
page 696, securing a bond of even
date therewith, and the stipulations
not having been complied with and at
the request of the holder of said bond
tH'O undersigned trustee will on the
22nd day of April, 1926, at 12 o'clock
noon, in front of the courthouse door
of Martin County, offer at public auc
tion to the highest bidder, for cash,
the following described property:
Beginning at a corner on the west
side of the old Duiley road, known as
the corner of J. T. Taper, Jno. A.
PURE
Mexican Big 801 l
Cotton -
Seed
$1.25 Bushel
W. C. Pitt
TARBORO, N. C.
THE ENTERPRISE —WILLIAMOTON, N. C
Pierce land, Gilbert Boston, Warren
Hill, and Charlie Davis corner; thence
running a western direction along
Charlie Davis and Wealthy Pearce
lines far enough to make one-half of
the entire tract of land deeded to
Brighton James by Haywood James
and wife, and known as the Brighton
James tract, which runs a straight di
rection to the old Dailey road, and
with the various courses of said road
back to the beginning, containing ten
(10) acres, more or less, saving and
excepting the part of said land sold
to Stewart James and reference is
hereby made to said deed for full de
scription. 1
"this the 22nd day of March, 1926.
B. 'DUKE CRITCHER,
m 26 4tw Trustee.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS BY PUBLI
CATION „
North Carolina, Martin County.
Edna Shields and Ben Shields vs. Mary
B. Long, Christopher, Shields, Fan-1
nie Fields, Frank Shields, et al.'
The defendants, Christopher Shields
and wife, Maude, and Rommy Fields
and vrtfe, Fannie, defendants named
in the above entitled action will take
notice that a petition has been filed by
an heir of Ben Shields, deceased, and
Edna Shields, his widow, for the sale
of that tract of land known as the
Rawls land, containing one hundred
and sixty acres, for division and for
the granting to the said Edna Shields
of her right of dower as provided by
the statute in the proceeds of the
sale, ond that the said defendants are
required to appear at this office on or
before the Bth day of May, 1926, and
file their answer or other plea to the
petition or the relief demanded will be
granted according to the demand set
forth in said petition filed in this of
fice of the clerk superior court of
M;irtin County on the date of this
[ summons.
This March 27th, 1926.
R. J. PEEL,
a 2 4tw Clerk Superior Court
NOTICE OF SALE
liy virtue of the power and authori
ty vested in the undersigned trustee,
by the terms and conditions of a cer
tain trust deed executed and delivered
by Woodley Thompson to O. S. An
derson, trustee, of record in the office
of the register of deeds for Martin
Quimty -in/book- j-2,-page 221, he will
Monday, April 26, 1926, at 12 o'-
clock m„ at the courthouse door of
Martin County, in the town of Wil
llumston, N. C., expose to public sale
to the highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing real estate, in Martin Coun
ty, North Carolina, to wit:
A certain tract of land beginning on
the north by the run of Conoho Creek;
on the east by the lands in possession
of John Chesson and the Conoho pub
lic road; on the south and on the west
by W. li, Whitley, running the agreed
line that was agreed to by and be
tween William R. Whitley, sr., and
John D. Biggs & Co., reference to
said settlement and line is hereby re
ferred to and being the same land sold
HOW'S THIS?
IIAIJI/4 (ATAIUWI MHUM'INK will
d«» what we claim i .• It—rid your ayn
atem of Catarrh or Deaf neat » uuseri
by Ciiturrh. It conalata of an Ointment
which ci»;ifkly Relieve*. and the Inter
nal Mt, dlclne, a Tonic, which actn
throutrh the Blood on the Mucous Sur
facea. thy* norma I condition®.
HAI.I/M MRDIf'INM nn a
Blood I'wlltar give* wor. ieiful r*>sulta
Sold ly druKrlati for over 40 ycara.
. V .1. A i o , Toledo, Ohio.
SERVICE OF RESPECT
To a sorrowing family there is no greatei
comfort than a service of respect, where
memories are hallowed and true love ana
esteem emphasized. We understand this,
ancLdo everything possible to so order our
work that the service is all it can be. *
"
- F. L. Edwards
UNDERTAKER EMBALM ER ,
UILLIAMSTON, N. C. Phones N®. 872 and 9/3
Special Dinner
H
Sunday Night ,
Old Mill Inn
by John D. Biggs A Co. to R P. Sat-j
terwite to N. S. Peele, and N. S. Peele
to Woodley Thompson, containing
three hundred (800) acres, more or
less.
This Match 22nd, 1926.
O. S. ANDERSON,'
m 26 4tw Trustee.
Gilliam A Davenport, Attorneys.
NOTICE OF RESALE OF LAND
Under and by virtue o£ the power
of sale contained in that certain
deed of trust executed by Mamie
Woolard and husband, Mack Wool
ard, on the 16th day of January, 1920
and of Kecord in the public registry of
Martin County in Book A-2 at page
382 to secure certain notes of even
, date therewith and the conditions
therein contained not having been
complied with and at the request of
the parties interested the undersigned
trustee, said land having been sold
and upset bid made as required by
law, will on Monday the 19th day of
April, 1926 in front of the Court
House Door in the Town of William
ston, N. C. at 12 o'clock M offer at
public sale, to the highest bidder,
for cash, the following described
property, to-wit:
Beginning at a black gum in a
small branch, the South western
corner of the land surveyed for
Sherman Williams, thence running N.
73 30 W. 68.64 perches; thence N 39
30 W. 25 perches to the center of a
branch at the intersection of the Tar
Landing Road, thence N. 16 30 E. 15.-
48 perches down said road, thence N.
5 11 E. 32 perches down said road to
a post, Richard Knight's corner,
YOU CANT FIGURE
out your chances on the black
board of fate, because years ago
fools used to blow out the gas
now they step on it, and here's
about as good a recipe for a .first
class tragedy as anyone could ask
for: One natural-born fool; a cou
ple drinks of moonshine; so roe
kind of an automobile; directions:
soak the fool in the moonshine,
place him in the car and let him
go; after due time remove from
the wreckage, place in a satin
lined box and garnish with flow
ers. If you really must step on
the gas, be sure to head in the
direction of our yards, where coal
is now being offered at a sacrifice.
This does not mean a sacrifice of
quality, but simply indicates a
spring advent sale of Lindsley-
Lilley Ice Co.'s coal.
PHONE 99
We Make Warm Friends and Keep
Them Cool
Lindsley-Lilley Ice Co.
Phone 99
thence N. 88 E. 36 perches to the ;
Lightfoot Avenue, thence S. 2 E. i
23 1-4 perches up said Avenue, thence
S. 37 30 N. 56 82 perches, thence S.
12 E. 19 perches to the beginning,
containing twenty-three and one half
Candidates'
NOTICE
1 hereby announce my candidacy for
the office of sheriff to the voters of
Martin County and solicit their sup
port at the Democratic primary to be
held in June.
I also wish to express my thanks
for favors heretofore rendered me.
Yours very truly,
H. T. ROBERSON.
NOTICE OF CANDIDACY
1 hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of clerk of the superior
court of Martin County, subject to
the action of tlfe Democratic primary,
and solicit the support of the voters
of said primary.
This March Ist, 1926.
W. H. CRAWFORD.
NOTICE OF CANDIDACY
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Sheriff of Mar
tin County subject to the action of
the Democratic primary, and solicit
the votes of the good men and women
of the county.
This the Ist day of March, 1926.
W. JOE TAYLOR.
NOTICE OF CANDIDACY
1 hereby announce myself as can
didal for the office of representative
of Martin County, subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic primary, and
solicit the support of the men and
women of this county.
J. ALPIiONSO EVERETT.
NOTICE OF CANDIDACY
Upon the request of quite a num
ber of citizens of Bear Grass and
Griffin* townships 1 announce my can
didacy for the office of county com
missioner representing said town
ships, subject to the Democratic pri
mary to be held in June.
JAMES L. COLTRAIN.
NOTICE OF CANDIDACY
To the Democratic voters of Martin
County: —l hereby announce myself a
candiadte for the office of sheriff of
this county, and solicit your support
at the primary to be held in June. If
elected, 1 promise to perform the du
ties of the office in a proper and sat
isfactory manner.
m3O till myl A. L. ROEBUCK. |
ATTENTION!
Democrats
J
lii accordance with the call of the State
Democratic Executive Committee there will
be held township Democratic conventions
at the time and place in each township aa
listed below for the following purposes—
1. To elect five active Democrats in each
township to act as Township Committee,
the chairman of which will be the member
of the County Executive Committee;
2. To choose delegates to the County con
vention, which will be held at courthouse in
Williamston at 12 o'clock Saturday, April
24th, 1926.
Robersonville Friday Night, April 16,8 p. m.
Williamston Friday night, April 16, 8 p. m.
Oak City Friday night, April 16, at 8 p. m.
Hamilton Friday night, April 16, at 8 p. m.
Everetts Friday night, April 16, at 8 p. m.
Jamesville Friday night, April 16, at 8 p. m.
Griffins Saturday afternoon April 17,3 p. m.
Williams Sat afternoon, April 17, at 3 p. m.
Bear Grass Sat afternoon, April 17,3 p. m.
Poplar Point Sat afternoon April 17,3 p. m.
At the county convention there will be
elected delegates to the State, Congression
al, Judicial and Senatorial conventions,
which will be held in Raleigh Thursday,
April 29th, 1926.
A full attendance at all meetings is ur
gently requested.
Clayton Moore
Chairman of County Executive Committee
acres, more or less, and being the
same land known as Spear Keys land.
This the 2nd day of April, 1929.
W. W. WALTERS,
Trustee.
MARTIN and PEEL, Attys. " a»2t.
NOTICE OF CANDIDACY
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the office of county com
missioner of Martin County from Grif
fins and Bear Grass townships, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
Primary June 5.
If nominated and elected I pledge
myself to an economical administra
tion of the county office.
Respectfully,
ltw tf T. C. GRIFFIN.
NOTICE OF CANDIDACY
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Solicitor of the
County Recorder's Court of Martin
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic primary, and solicit the
votes of the good men and women vot
ers of the county.
This the Ist day of March, ltt*.
HUGH G. HORTON.
NOTICE OF CANDIDACY -
I 1 hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of clerk of the superior
court, subject to the action of the
Democratic primary on June 6th. And
1 sincerely thank the people for their
support inthe past, and if nominated
and elected, 1 promise to give the peo
ple the best service of which I am
capable.
R. J. PEEL.
NOTICE OF CANDIDACY
I take this means of announcing my
self a candidate for the office of regis
ter of deeds of Martin County, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
primary to be held in June, and kind
ly p.sk for the votes and support of the
voters of the county.
Please accept my sincere thanks for
all past favors accorded me.
Respectfully submitted,
J. SAM GETSINGER.
NOTICE OF CANDIDACY
I take this means of announcing my
self a candidate for the office of treas
urer of Martin ounty, subject to the
action of the Democratic primary to
be held in June, and kindly ask for
the votes and support of the Toters of
the county.
Please accept my sincere thanks for
all past favors accorded me.
Respectfully submitted,
C. D. CARSTARPHEN.
    

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