From The Sea to The
Mountains And Back
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all modern equipment, hardwood fin
ish, and will be used for housing the
waiters, when the hotel, soon to be
built, is completed. Rocks are rapid
ly being placed on the ground to build
the structure, which is to be of the
Grove Park Inn type.
From Pompey's Knob Mount Mitch
ell lies to the southwest and in full
view on the other side is Table Rock,
as well as many other of the most
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ty open on Satui'day, May Ist, r92ti, and
close on Saturday, May 22, 1926. You posi
tively can not vote in the June primary un
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the various townships are as follows:
Jamesville Township A. Corey
Williams Townhip Lee Hardis^n
Griffins Township Ephraim Pet'l
Bear Grass Javan Rogers
Williamston Township J. L. Hassell
Cross Roads Township J. S. Ayers
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By order of the County Board of Elections.
H. M. BURSAS, Chairman.
W. H. ADKINS, Secretary.
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Farmers and Merchants Bank Williamson, N.C.
interesting peaks of the Blue Ridge.
Little Switzerland lg the only village
in sight and only a few mile* away.
It is no trouble to fall in love with
la, country which displays such won
aious beauty. The rocks, the hills
covered with mountain laurel, spruce
balsa n, and tiie sweet and beautiful
rhododendron and many other frag
rant flowers. Beautiful trees and flu
silvery streams below display b»uit,v
and power beyond man's creation.
Where The East Excels
We heard but one expression 01.
Pompey's Knob that even indicj'.'-d
tlur* was a beUer place or a toe'let
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thing in'the world «• an that beauliful
hill. That expression was "If you
want good barbecue and good corn
bread, go to Simon Lifley's shop in
Willlamston." That admission came
fiom one of the chief agents of
| Wildacres Company and is authentic.
This promises to be one of
outstanding resorts in America in th>
atar future.' It is backed by many
of the leading people of this coun
try and will doubtless be the summer
home of many of the wealthy.
It is not so much a place to-make
a living as it is to tipend a living,
since there is np industry of any kind,
nor does there appear, to he any room
for any. There will be plenty of
room for fishing, golfing, hunting ca
noeing, -and other sports.. ,
The building lots range in prices
from $1,250 to $2,5(10, with a require
ment that only good buildings oe
Mr. Hines has his office in Asheville,
and naturtrllyr.Martin County visitor*
are glad to see one of their own citi
zens handling such a large proposi
tion, where many millions will prou
uljly be invested. •
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all over. Answers to name of Pen
rod. Reward if returned to W. H.
I Gurkin. • It
I FOR SALE: 6&0 BABY CHICKS;
| White Orpingtons. Just hatched.
| See Theo Roberson or call 73.
FOR RENT: FIVE-ROOM FURNISH j
ed apartment; reasonable rates, im
mediate possession. Located over
Margolis' Store. Must be seen to be
appreciated. Telephone 202 or call at
■3lO K, Main Street.
Dr. S. m MASON
GKAIH ATE VETERINARIAN
j Call Clark Bennett i)rug Co.
Night Phone 186
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of county commissioner
from Jamesville and Williams Town
ships, and as kthe support of the vot
ers the Democratic primary to be
held in June.
JOHN N. HOPKINS.
NOTICE OF ADMINLSTRATON
The undersigned, having been ap
| pothted and duly qualified as Admin
-1 istrator of the estate of Abner Bur
' nette, deceased, all persons having
| claims against said estate are notified
to exhibit the same before him on or
before the 6th day of April 1927 or
this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebted
to Said estate will please make im
This the 6th day of April 1926.
Ed Burnett, Administrator Abner
HUGH G. Horton, Atty. a66t
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of power of
sale contained in a certain deed of
Trust executed on the 2nd day of July,
1917, by Abner James, to A. R. Dun
ning, trustee, registered in book 0-1,
page 51 of register of deeds' office ot
Martin County, and default having
been made in the payment of the notes
secured by said deed of trust, I will
on the 10th day of May, 1926. at the
courthouse door in Williamston, N. C.,
offer for sale for cash to the highest
Hjidder the following described lands:
Known as the Abner James Swamp
lying on Roanoke River/ beginning at
Kader's Eddy, and bounded by the
lands of Dennis-Simmons Lumber Co.,
Wiltz"Veneer Co., and others, contain
ing 100 acres, more or less.
TBS K. C
Hour of sale: 12 m.
This sth day April, 1926.
A. R. DUNNING,
&6 4tw Trustee.
Annie assignee of debt
P. H. Bell, attoraey.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
IN the Superior Court
Blanche tyritton Sullivan,
Robert L. Sullivan
Service of Summons by Publication
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the Su
perior Court of Martin County, North
Carolina, for an absolute divorce; and
the said defendant will further take
notice that he is required to appear
before the Clerk of the Superior Court
of Martin County on the*6 day of May
1926 at Williamston, North Carolina,
arid answer or demur to the complaint
in said action, or the plaintiff will ap
ply to the Court for the relief de
manded in the said complaint.
This the Oth day of April 1926.
It. J. PEEL, Clerk of the Super
ior Court of Martin County, North
Carolina. v a64t
HUGH G. HORTON, Atty.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES-
TACT • '
Under and by virtue of the power
contained in that certain deed of trust
executed on the 28th day of April
1919, by Samuel Wimbuah and wjfe,
Mollie Wimbush, to the undersigned
trustee, said deed of trust being of
record in the public registry of Martin
County, in book A-2, at page 108, said
deed of trust having been given to se
cure certain notes of even date and
tenor therewith, and the stipulations
in said deed of trust not having been
compllied with and at the request of
tl.e parties interested, the undersigned
trustee will, on May 3rd, 1926, at 12
o'clock m., in front of the courthouse
door in the town of Williamston, N.
C., offer for sale at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash the fol
Taxpayers Take Notice
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WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE I WILL LEVY ON ALL REAL AND
. .. . PERSONAL PROPERTY
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
THEREFORE I WILLTHANK THOSE THAT HAVE NOT PAIP
THEIR 1925 TAXES TO PAY SAME BY THAT DATE.
THANKING YOU FOR YOUR PROMPT ATTENTION, I AM,
H. T. Roberson, i»l
lowing described property:
A tract of land in Williamston town
ship, Martin County, State of North
Carolina, adjoining the lands of Ma
jor Latham, and John Tyner on the
north, the lands of T- S. Hadley and
a tract more comntsnly known as the
Gus Mizell tract on the east, the lands
of Tom Mills on the South, and the
Greenville and Washington road on
the west, containing 181 acres, more
or less and more commonly known as
the Sam Mobley home place, and be- ;
ing the same land conveyed to Samuel
Wimbush by H. H. Cowen and wife/
deed dated December 21st, 1914, and
of record in the public registry in j
book G-l, at p4ge 494. Being more j
particularly described by metes and,
courses by a plat made by J. R. Mob- j
ley, surveyor, on March 21st, 1919, >
and on file with the Federal Land
Bank, of Columbia, S. C. »
This the 81st day of March, 1926. j
a 6 4tw . Trustee. .
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND UN
DER DEED OF TRUST
North Carolina r Martin County:
By virtue of the authority contained
in a certain deed of trust executed by
J. W. H. Coburn and wife, A. E. Co-1
burn, and recorded in book P-2, page
74, in the registry of Martin County,
default having been made in the dis
charge of the obligation secured by
the said deed of trust, and the kold
er of the said obligation having re
quested the sale of the land so con
veyed in said deed of trust, the under
signed will expose for sale and sell on
Monday, the 26th day of April, 1926,
at 12 o'clock noon at the court house
door of Martin County at William
ston, at public auction, to the high
eat bidder for cash, the said lands so
conveyed in said deed of trust, same
being described as follows: All that
tract of land situate, lying and being
in Martin County, North Carolina, and
being more particularly described as
Bounded on the east by the lands
lands of Bettie Matthews, on the west
by the lands of W. J. Smith, and on
the south by the lands of J. R. Bant
ing, containing two hundred and four
teen (214) acrea, more or less, and
being situate in Robersonville town
Being the same tract of land mort
gaged by said J. W. H. Coburn and
wife, A. E. Coburn, to the North Car
olina Joint Stock land bank, of Dur-
, A New
Everybody turns a second 100k —ad-
miration and envy flash from every eye!
Yet their spring outfit only cost SI.OO. How?
She had her dress dyed a new popular col--
or, and he had his suit cleaned and pressed
and we did it!
Thats why they look so classy!
Ambers Pressing Club
n | ham, N. C., and recorded in book 0-2,
r at page 11 of the Martin County pub
■- lie registry, to which reference is
i hereby given for a further and more
- perfect description.
H. L. GLASGOW,
r m 23 4tw Trustee,
i This March IS, 1026.
Burgees A Joyner, attorneys for