Miss Martha Louise Anderson, of
Dunn, spent the week end with bar
parents?- Mr. and Mr.. A. Anderson,
bhe came down with Mrs. Bob Swain,
who visited friends in Plymouth.
Mrs. Hubert Warren arrived Wed
nesday irom Dunn to visit her hus
uana, Mr. Hubert Warren, during the
Miss Martha Harrison returned to
day irom Dunn, where she hasbeen
visaing her sister, Mrs. Ralph Parker.
Mr. George Folk, of Raleigh, has
been visi.ing Mr. K. B. Crawford this
week. Mr. Folk is an insuionce man.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Peel, Mrs. J.
S Rhodes, Mrs. J. G. Godard and
taessr.. Harry Biggs and Jesse Giles,
of Vtashmgton, returned today from
Norfulk and Richmond, where they
spent the armistice holiday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Bad ham and
family, of Edenton, will spend the
week end wkh Mrs. Badham's sister,
Mrs. S. R. Biggs, and Mr. Biggs.
Messrs. Clayton Moore, J. L. Hassell
and Joe Everett have returned from
Winston Salem and Greensboro, where
they have been on a business trip.
Misses Norma Ramsey and Orpah
Steed will leave this afternoon for Ra
leigh, where they will spend the week
end with friends.
Mr. Robert Everett, of Palmyra,
was in the city today, attending to
Messrs. C. D. Carstarphen, Jr., W.
C. Manning, Jr., and Fiancis Barnes
attended the football game in Wash
Mr. Charles Knight is spending a
few days here with his mother, Mrs.
J. B. H. Knight. Mr. Knight is trav
eling for the Farrington Coffee Co.,
one of the country's oldest coffee con
cerns, located in New Yorit City. He
has for his territory at present all of
Messrs. Stanley Sessoms and Mil
ton Moye attended the football game
in Wilson yesterday.
Bill Peel made a business trip to
Treat Colds Externally
For tore throat, bronchitis or deep
chest colds, nib Vicks Vapoßub brisk!*
over throat and chest and cover with
Vicks acts in two ways—both direct:
abinrbtti like a liniment and inhaUd ai
a vapor. A quick relief for the cold
troubles of all the family.
HMUWHJJMS USCO MM nut
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES
Under and by virtue of the power
if sale contained in a certain deed
I runt executed to the undersigned
trustee by J. G. Modlin on the 6th day
,cf November 1919 which said deed
>of trust is of record in the public
of Martin County in Book
JES-2 at page 34U and securing cer
tain notes of even date and tenor
therewith and default having been
.made in the payment of the said
motes unll the stipulations contained
in the aaid deed of trust not having
been complied with and at the re
quest of the holders of the aaid notes
the undersigned trustee will on Wed
nesday the Ist day of Dec. 1926 at
12 o'clock M. in front of the court-
Itouse door in the town of Williains
ton, North Carolina offer for sale to
ihe higheat bidder for cash the fol
lowing described real estate, to wit:
All that tract or parcel of land ly
iug and situate and being in the Cojui
tj of Martin and the State of North
Carolina in the Township of James
ville and being farm No. 1 on plat
of land formerly owned by J. E. Mod
lin, plat of which ia on record in
Martin County Register of Deed's
office in Book ** page t p which
said plat for a more perfect descrip
tion reference is hereby made. A
(certain tract or parcel of land lying
i.l Martin County, Jamesville Town
bhip and bounded as follows: on the
North by W. T. Mizelle, on the South
by N. J. Modlin, on the Eaat by C.
V/. Mizelle and on the West by S. L.
Wallace, containing 60 acres, mpre or
l«as, and being the farm on which J.
C. Modlin now live*.
This the 30th day of Oct 1926.
J. E. POPE,
Society & Personals
Mrs. ELBERT S. PEEL, Editor
Messrs. Gus Harrison, E. P. Cun
ningham, 11. M. Stubbs, Dr. P. B.
Cone, J. D. Woolard, A Hassell, jr,
K. B. Crawford, and C. H. Godwin
attended the football game in Yvash
ington yesterday afternoon.
Mr. G. M. Overman, of Asheboro,
arrived Wednesday to take charge of
the dry cleaning department of the
WiUianuton Steam Pressing Works.
Mr. Bill Culpepper, of Elisabeth
Ciiy, was here yesterday'attending to
Messrs. Jack Biggs and Louis Ben
nett were in Washington yesterday.
FOR SALE: A FEW NATIVE HOGS
in good cond||ion. J. B. Cherry A
Bro., Phone No. 6, Williamston.
SALE OF VALUABLE FARM
Under and by virtue of the author
ity conferred in us in a deed of .trust
executed by L. D. Roebuck and wife,
Hannah Roebuck, on the 30th day of
March, 1923, and recorded in book of,
mortgages 0-2, page 685, we will, on
Saturday, the 20th day g£-November,
1926, at 12 o'clock nqon at uie court
house door in Williamston, Martin
County, sell at public auction, for
cash, tft the highest bidder, the fol
lowing land, to wit:
All that certain tract or parcel ol
land lying and being in Robersonville
Township, Martin County, North Car
olina, bounded on v the norti by the
lands of Mrs. Jane Carson, the school
lot, and the national highway; on the
east by the lands of W. A. Nelson and
Joe Bryan, on the south bf the A. C.
L. Railroad and E. E. Powell, H. Ward
E. G. Speight, and G. C. James, on
the west by the lands of Church
Crisp, H. O. Van Nortwick, the pub
lic street and the school lot, contain
ing 38.76 acres, more or less, and be
ing the same land deeded to Hannah
Roebuck by J. A. Mizelle, trustee, and
more particularly described as -fol
lows, to wit:
Beginning at W. A. Nelson's corner
in the ditch, thence south 77 E. 11.10
chains, thence S. & W. 2.&0 chains,
thence S. 86 W. 16 40 chains, thence
N. 2 1-2 W. 4.37 chains, thence S.
H& 1-4 W. 13.10 chains, thence N. 8
1-4, E. 3 25 chains, thence S. 69 1-4
E. 1.60 chains, thence N. 23 E. 7
chains, thence N, 42 W. 6.25 chains;
thence N. 21 1-2 E. 11 67 chains,
thence S. 68 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. 14 1-4 W. 24.10 chains to the be
This sale is made by reason of the
failure of L. D. Roebuck and wife,
Hannah Roebuck, to pay off and dis-
the indebtedness secured by
said deed of trust *o the North Car
olina Joint Stock Land Bank of Dur
This the 11th day of October, U26.
FIRST NATIONAL CO.,
INC., OF DURHAM,
°!9 4tw Trustee.
Formerly First National Trust Co.,
Just * Received
4 • *
s A New Shipment of
' - m.
Ladies and Childrens
• " * ■. t' ■ : .,
Come in and Look Them Over
■' - '
Harrison Bros. & Co.
WILLIAMSTON'S LARGEST DEPARMENT STORE
WANTED: TO BUY PEANUT HA*.
Baled; in car lots.
R. E. Mayo, Snow Hill, N. C. 4tp
DOG LOST: LARGE BROWN AND
white pointer dog. Thin body and
brown head. One big brown spot on
back; white body and brown specks
&U over. Collar with brass pieces on
it. Lost last week at Williamston. 1
$lO reward for any information lead
ing to the return of the dog. AU in-'
formation will be treated confiden
tially. Dog answers to name of
"Hawk." Apply to W. T. Stone, Wil
liamston, N. C. n9 2t
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain deed
of trust executed on the 18th day of
November, 1922, by W. H. Ellison j
and wife, Arlene Ellison, and of rec
ord in the public registry of Martin!
County in book H-2, at page 190, said I
deed of trust being given to secur*
the payment of certain notes of even
dcte and tenor therewith, and the
stipulations in said deed of trust not
having been complied with, and at the
request of the parties interested, the
undersigned trustee will an the 23rd
day of November, 1926, at 12 o'clock
m., at the courthouse door in the
tow.i of Williamston, N. d, offer .o*
f-.t.le to the highest bidder for cash at
public Ruction the following described
tiact of laad, to wHi,
The lots atid buildings situate on
(he west side of St Andrews Street
in the town of Jamesville, N. C., and
bounded as follows: Bounded on thfc
north by Mark Lyon; on the east by
Si. Andrews Street; on the south by
the lands of Mobley and Van horn, and
on the west by the lands of J. G.
This the tOth day of October, .192#
A. R. DUNNING,
022 4tw Trustee.
Cheap For, The Cash
C. D. Carstarphen
W A NTS
WANTED: TO RENT 2-HORSE
farm, apply to W. G. Peel. 2t
CLOSED FOR REPAIRS
Until further notice my grist mill
located at the Fair grounds will be
can be installed.—John H. Mizelle.
WANTED: A SMALL HOUSE OR
three or four rooms. Please notify
Mr E. L. Ward care Gold S.ar Store,
City. ' 029 2t
QUIT COTTON? NO, BUT DlVEß
sify; and pecans is the best crop
to do it with. Inquire of J. B. Wight,
FOR RENT: STORE IN THE TAR
Heel building, sSe 30x125, hot and
cold water and steam heat. Apply to
Mrs. J. G. Staton. 026 2t
TIMBER FOR SALE: VARIOUS
kinds, including ash, cypress, and
gum. Located otn Roanoke River.
Good location. p Interested, apply at
once to Joshua William
ston, N. C., n9 2t
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain deed
of trust execu ed on the 14th day of
December, 1921, by W. R. Jamea, and
of record in the public registry of
Martin County, in book H-2, at page
461, said deed of trust being given
to secure the payment of certain
notes of even date and tenor there
with, and the stipulations in said deed
of trust not having been complied
with, and at the request of the par
ties interested, the undersigned trus
tee will on 23rd day of November,
1926, at 12 o'clock m., at the court
house door in the town of Williamston
N. C., offer for sale to the highest
bidder for cash at public auction the
following described tract of land, to
Bounded on the weit by the Dally
Road; on the north by Church Branch,
on the east by Welch's Creek, and on
;he south by the lands of Milton
aw«containing twenty-one acres,
and being a pari of Lot No. 9 in the
.Stuart James land division, which said
iand division is of record in the Mar-;
tin County Public Registry in land
.ivision book No. 1 at page 243. •
This the 20 h day of October. 1926.
A. R. DUNNING,
022 4tw ' Trustee.
Robert L. Coburn, attorney. , .
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Under and virtue of the power
and authori.y conferred upon me,
the undersigned trustee, by a certain
signed trustee by W. H. Elli on and
wife, Arlene Ellison, on the 10th day
of Oct. 1924 and of record in the
l üblic registry of Martin County in
Hook Q-2 at page 190, said deed of
trust having been given for tlie pur
pose of securing certain notes of
«'ven date and tenor therewith and de
fault having been made in the pay
ment of the said notes, and the stip
ulations contained in the said deed of
trust not having been complied with
mid at the reque. t of the holder of
said notes, the undersigneJ trus ee
will on Saturday the 13th day of
Nov. 1926 at 12 o'clock M. in front
of the courthouse door in the town
[ of Williamston, North Carolina ofTer
for sale to the highest bidder for ca h
the following described real estate,
Being lots 3, 4 and 5 in the J. C.
Godard land division, said lots all
adjoining and lying on the Nor h
I s ide of Main street in the town of
! Jnmeßville North Carolina, each lot
'• having a frontage of 25 feet ami
depth of 176 feet. For a more perfect
description see /a map of said division
of record in Land Division Book No.
1 at page 474 of the public registry
of Martin County and being the same
lpnd deeded to W. H. Elli. on by J. G.
This the 12th day of Oct. 1926.
ELBERT S. PEEL,
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND
Under and by virtue of authority
vested in the undersigned Commis
sioner by judgment of the Superior
Court of New Hanover County, Nor h
Carolina, in a civil action entitled
Conestee Chemical Company, plain
tiff, vs. Maggie Wynn and J.
Wynne, defendants, I shall expose for
I sale at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash, at the Courthouse
door at Williamston, N. C.j on Mon
day, November 15) h, 1926, at twelve
Yellow Front Stores
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COMPLETE DISPLAY OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
v'clock noon, the following tracts, or
parcels of land, situate and lying in
th* County of Martin, Stat* of North
All of those certain tracts of land
lying and being in tha Stat* of
North Carolina, County of Martin,
in ar the town of Everett*, N. C., and
Icing tracts numbered thirteen (18),
fourteen (14), and fifteen (16) on
plat pf land formerly owned by J. G.
Staton, and known a > the M. W Bal
lard farm, as surveyed by John D.
Uespass, Said plat being found in
Martin County Register of Deeds of
fice in Plat Book No. 1 a pfeire 460,
t.-> which said plat reference is here
by made for more perfect description.
Trac No. 14 contains 58.47 acres.
Tract. No. IB contains 48.88 acres
Tract No. 13 - contains 45.82 acres.
All the trac s above referred to in the
p gregate contain 162.48 acres.
Trat No. 2 contains 39.1 acres form
tly owned by J G. S'.aton and known
ROCK BOTTOM JEWELS
ON BRACELET AND STRAP WATCHES
- - For Boys and Giiti
\ , by order your eye glasse: when J. L.
. eel will sell them for less and guarantee)
die lit. If they don't give satisfa. tion, you
!;a/e the privilege of returning them.
Do not for et J. L. Peel v. hen buying- your
.Christina. Jew elry. He sells for less.
J. L. Peele
Washington Street Williamston, N. C.
as part of the Ballard Farm as sur
veyed and platted by C. M. Credle,
Surveyor, plat *f which is on record
in Martin County Registry in Book '
No. 1, at page 487, to which plat ref
erence is made for de cription.
Trat No. 3, containing 38.07 acres
situated near the town of Everett:;,
N. C., on plat of proper, y formerly
owned by J. G Staton and known as
the Ballard Farm, as surveyed and
plat ed by C. M. Credle, Surveyor,
which said map or plat is recorded in
Map Book No. 1 at page 487 of the
Public Registry of " Mar in County,
r ference to said map is hereby uiade
for a more perfect description.
I'L/CE: Cour house Door, Wiliiam
ston, N. C.
TJME: Monday, November 16, 1920
at 12 o'clock M.
TERMS: Ca h.
This the 12th day of October, 192 C.
J. G. McCORMICK,
10 15-4t Commisjioner.