This is to notify all persons that
' the firm of Clark-Bennett Drug Co., I
1 a partnership composed of the under- j
signed, ha.- this day by mutual con
sent been dissolved; that hereafter the
business will be conducted by C. 15.
Clark under the firm name of Clark's
Drug Store; all accounts due the Clark
Bennett Drug Company are puyablc
to Clark's Drug Store; all accounts
clue by Clark-Bennett Drug Co., will
be paid by Clark's Drug Store.
This the Ist day of Dceomfier, 1926.*
L. C. BENNETT.
C. B. CLAKK.
TWO FARMS FOB KENT—HUE E.
F. Cunningham, Williamston, N. C.
I.OST NEAR EVERETTS IML US
day, December .10, a mail's coat,,
gray, with yellow' pin stripes. Finder |
return to G. H. Forbes, Everetts.
dl 7 ;U]>il
PANSY PLANTS, I!t LUS, -FLORA I. !
-designs, Christmas wteah for the j
cemetery. Will appreciate your or-1
ders. (Miss) Bettie Warren, 619 liner.
Street, Greenville. N. G., Phone 40,
P. O. Bo* 384. dlO at!
STOLEN: FROM 1 >ENNIS SIMMONS
Lumber Co.'.s office within last few )
days, a Smith & Wesson pistol, lenT }
on .squeeze, 0 inch barrel, if to reward j
offend under certain condition--for its ,
return to D. D. Stall • dl4.3tj
KING COTTON IS -YHEIJJING TO
Queen Pecan. Learn why and how
by writing J. B. Wight,' Cairo, On
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NOTICE: 1 HAVE -A~- 44riN A,VT
house for sale in the town of Wil
liamston. Price and-.terms right. 0.
"R. Rob, r;on, Roue 14. d 7 3twt
LOST: N. C. LICENSE PLATE NO. t
■ E-248-041. Finder plea c return to
.1. I). Griffin, Willium.itoii. Route I
and receive reward. I^*l
STRAYED: ONE RED SOW AND
six red -spotted wcLghU about
60 founds. Shout, marked >■ t|tl» in
right ear and slit in left. Reward for
Their w heieabou'-J Haywood
Rogers, City, Route 2. l2l 3tpd
TWO FARMS FOR KENT -SEE E.
P.. Cunningham, Williamston, N. C.'
FELT STUPID, DULL
Mississippi Lady Soys She Took
Black-Draught for These
Symptoms and Was
Starkville, Miss.—"l have been a
User of Black-Draught for about
twenty years," says Mrs. C. E. Bun
tin, of R. F. D. 6, this city.
"I used Black-Draught first for
constipation," continues Mrs. Bun
tin. "I would feel dull, stupid, and . I
have severe headaches, even fever
ish. I had an uneasy, tight feeling
in my stomach.
"I read quite a bit about Black-
Draught I began using it and soon
my bowels acted regularly and I was
greatly relieved. I used it every once
in a while for about eighteen years.
"About two years ago I found I
was having indigestion, a tight
■mothering in my chest, then severe
pain, especially after eating sweets.
I commenced taking just a pinch of
NSlack-Draught after meals and by
doing this I. could eat about any
"I gave Black-Draught to my chil
dren for colds and headaches. I can
certainly recommend it"
Thedford's Black-Draught is rec
ommended by thousands of others
lor the relief of indigestion, bilioua
nest and simple ailments due to
constipation. Safe, easy to take.
Costs only 1 cent a dose. NC-ITI
OUR BEST WISHES FOR A
Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year
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To Our Fa>'mei Friends: -We wish to thank you for'your patronage, which has enabled us to still be the leaders of the Greenville market We have sold in the
. . neighborhood of 8 -iOO.OOO pounds this reason,' We have done our best to give you the best of service, as well as the top of the market for every lot sold on our floor.
Market Closes December 17th Will Reopen January 11th
After the Holidays. We hope to have the pleasure of seeing you on our floor again after the market reopens and to /sell the balance of your tobacco for you.
Gorman's New Warehoue Greenville, N. C.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain deed
i of trust executed on the 15th day of
' June, 1926, by Julius S. Peel, and of
! i word in the public registry of Mar-
I tin County in book Q-2, at page 583,
aid deed of trust being given to se
i cure the payment of certain notes of j
[ even date and tenor therewith, and
.*i stipulations in said deed of trust j
: no having been complied with, and ati
the request of the parties ' interested, j
I *!• undersigned trustee will on the
Ltfth day of January, 1927, at 12 o'-
clock m., at the courthouse door in
; tr town of Williamston, N. C., offer
i .) ale to the highest bidder for cash
in-public auction the following de
-i rilwd tract of land to wit:
Beginning on the western extension
Main Street in Williamston, N. C.,
at J. B. McGowan's corner, and run
: .rig thence along the State Highway
a straight course westwardly for a*
I -'"at ::«()' yards, to a corner, Luke
'-arlib's line; thence at angles and a
l.ing aid Lamb's line to a corner, the
A..C. L. rltfht of way, about one hun
dred and seventy yards; thence
. e i tries and along said A. C. right of
| v :ty towards McGowan's line apd run-
I mug to MeGowan's line, a corner;'
j thence at atigles and along said Mc
; r v/anV line to the beginning,, con
s. ;ninr five and one-half acres, more
| or le-*, and being part of the origi
nal Garden Terrace property pur
! i based of Mrs. „C, A. Martin.
This 18th day of December, 192.6.
ELBERT S. PEEL,
. d2l Trustee.
Robert L. Coburiv attorney.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
I and ..by virtue of the power of sale"
I contained in a certain deed of trust
i, 4V Jackson Ilolliday and wife to
; ,i,( utidersTgitetl trustee, default hav
j in i>; been made in the terms und con
.Hi ions as expressed in said deed of
j trust, an under, and by virtue of an
is a Prescription for
COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE,
(111, lOCS FEVER AND MALARIA
II Kills the Germs
C ar Load Nice
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Now At A. C L. Depot and
At R. Sahd's Store Next to
50c a peck
sl/75 a bu.
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I Grape Fruit Cheap
Pitt Fruit Co.
1 order of resale signed by R J. Peel,
clerk of the superior court, on the
13th day of December, 1926| the bid
at the former sale having been raised,
the undersigned trustee will on Fri
day, the 81st day of December, 1826,
at 12 o'clock m., at the courthouse
door of Martin County, at William
j ston, N. C., offer for resale to the
highest bidder for cash, the following
j described to wit;
I First tract: Bounded on the north
j by the lands of S. D. Jones; on the
east by the lands of Lawrence Pearce j
on the south by the lands of Gilbert'
Boston; on the west by the lands oi
Charlie Davis; containing 56 acres,
more or les., and being the same
premises deeded to J. F. Jackson and
J. A. Getsinger by John A. Pierce,
by deed of record in book E-l, at
page 484, Martin County public reg
Second tract: Beginning at a cedar
in Malvina James' corner, thence north
with Malvina James' line to S. D.
JtMtas line; thence west with said
Jones line to John A. Pearce land
corner; thence south with the John A.
, Pearce land to the Gilbert Boston line,
thence east with Gilbert Boston line j
to the beginning, a cedar, containing
20 acres, more or la's, and being a
portion of the Lawrence Pearce, sr.,
tract of land.
Third tract: Situate in the old Nor
. man Mill Pond, adjoining the lands
of Malvina James, Gilbert Boston,
: and others, and being a portion of the
Lawrence Pearce, sr., tract of land,
containing ten acres, more or less.
Fourth tract: Beginning at a pine
slump, C T. Mizelle's corner, on the
southwest side of the Jordan Thick
road, and opposite of Stuart Ange's
house, lot, and well; thence running
up . aid road S. 34 degrees E. 64
poles to a stake; thence S. 53 W.
135 1-2 poles to a point on the run
of Horse Pen Branch, center of sev
eral trees chopped as pointeis; thence
down the various courses of the .'"aid
l-ianch to C. T. Misell's corner; thence
alonir his line N. 53 degrees east to
the beginning and containing 50
acres, more or leas. This being a'
part of lot No. 5 in the Ashley Davis
U.nd division and all#tted and deeded
to Julia H. Davis Mizelle.
This 13th day of December, 1926.
A. R. DUNNING,
dl 4 2tw '.. Trustee.
FOR YOUNG PEOPLi
Amusing and Instructive Games .
- 25c to $2.00
BOOKS FOR ALL AGES
Large and Carefully Selected Stock to
Small's Book Store
Headquarters for Christmas Cards
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WE WISH FOR ALL
Our Friends A Most Happy Christmas
And A Prosperous New Year
WE ARE READY, WILLING, ABLE, AND
ANXIOUS TO RENDER ANY ASSISTANCE
ALONG LINES OF
of Sound Banking
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Farmers & Merchants Bank
Notice of Sale
I will sell at public auction, for cash on
Tuesday, December 21, at 10 a. m. at the
John A. Purvis farm, near Spring Cjreen —
Four Mules, Wagons, Carts, plows,
planters, sowers, transplanter, harrows,
disks, farm tools, tobacco sticks, corn and
all other items essential to farming.
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W. C. Manning