Society & "Personals
Mrs. ELBERT S. PEEL, Editor
Mr. Dick Bundy, attorney at l»w,
of Bethel, appeared in the recorder's
Miss Mary C. Waldo, of Hamilton,
visited her cousin, Mi*o Mary Car
starphen, this week-
Mr. and Mrs. 3. Dillon Simpson and
little son, J. DiNpn, jr., spent .several
days in town this week visiting Mr.
John D. Simpson and family, gbing
from here they will visit Mrs. Simp
son's kinspeople at South Boston, Va.,
the Christmas holidays, they
will return to Mount Airy, where Mr.
Simpson is buying tobacco for the Ex
port Tobacco Co.
Mr. John Hines, of Oak City, was
a business visitor here Tuesday. «
Mr. Frank Margolis will leave Sat
urday for New York, where he will
spend the holidays with Mrs. Margoli.s
and son, Richard Margolis.
Mr. J. W. Andrews, of Parmele,
spent the week end here with his fam
Mr. John Coltrain, of route 4, was
a business visitor here Tuesday morn
Mr. Milton Moye will spend the hol
idays in Farmville and Grimesland
Mr Irving Margolis will leave Sat
urday for Norfolk where he will spend
the week end with friends.
Mrs. T. B. Brandon left Thursday
for York and St. George, S. C., where
she will visit relatives for several
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PAY YOUR TOWN TAXES NOW
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THIS IS THE LAST MONTH YOU HAVE TO I'AY VOIR TAXES IN AT EXACTLY WHAT THJiY AMOUNT TO. AF
TER THIS MONTH THE BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS DEMAND THAT I PUT ON THE PERCENTAGE ALLOWED ISY
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Town of Williamston, N. C.
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Mr. John Booker, of Winston-Salem.
• will spend the holidays here with
Mrs. Harry Waldo and daughter
and Mrs. Boyle, of Hamilton, were
, shoppers here Tuesday.
Mr. Harry Waldo was here Tuesday
attending to legal business.
Mr. Fred Taylor, who is a .student
at Wake Forest College, arrived here
Friday night to spend the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Mr. J. D. Woolard will leave Fri
day for Baltimore, where he will
spend the holidays with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Everett spent
Tuesday liußocky Mount shopping.
Mrs. C. B. Siceloff, Mi,s Eva Peel,
and Mrs. R. J. Peel spent Tuesday in
Rocky Mount shopping.
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THE ENTERPRISE—WILLLAMSfON, N. C.
'i Thia Department
Mr. Hallman, dynamite expert of
State College, was here Tuesday at
tending to business.
! Messrs. Lyman Britt, Lon Hasftell,
jr., and Frank Carstarphen attended
"Ihe dance in Tarboro Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs.. F. L. Edwards will
leave today for Kinston, where they
will spend the holidays with relatives.
Mr. James Manning, of Eureka,
will spend the holidays here with his
parents, Mr and Mrs A. J. Manning.
Mr. Wheeler Martin was in Eliza
beth City and Edenton Friday attend
ing to legal business
J. M. Sparks, of Robersonville,
was here Tuesday on business.
Mr. Fred Powell, of Parmele, wa
> Charles Godwin, jr., of Raloigh,
will visit his parents here during the
Mr. Hubert Morton, who has been
| on.the Kentucky tobacco markets, will
spend the Christmas holidays here
with his family.
NOTICE—SALE OF LAND FOR
t'nder and by virtue of an order
and decree of the superior court of
Martin County, made in the special
proceeding entitled Herbert Wells,
Joseph Wells, Lizzie W. Phelps, et
als, ex parte, the undersigned com
missioner will, on the 3rd day of Jan- j
uary, 1927, at 12 o'clock m., at the |
i ourthouse door in Martin County,!
North Carolina, offer for sale to' the'
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highest bidder for cash, Qk following
described tract or parcel of land, for
the purpose of division anions the
several tenants in common and heirs
at law of the late Milton T. Forest,
deceased, to wit:
That certain tract or parcel of land
lying and being in the county of Mar
tin, and Jamesville Township, ad
joining the lands of the late Milton T.
Forest and wife and othtrs, and more
particularly designated and bounded
as follows, viz:
Beginning at a branch, William rfy
man's corner; thence running with the
said branch to Welches Creek; thence j
with his line to the Mill Road; thence '
to the beginning, containing 15 acres,
as will more fully appear by refer
ence to a deed from W, F. Sanderson,
executor of\ John C. Pettijohn, to D.
C. Uuyther, and being dated the 13th
lay of November 1857. It being the
.• ame land conveyed to Milton Norman
by Deborah Norman, executrix of the
last will of N. D. Norman, said deed
bearing date of December 14, 1901,
and deeded by M. J. Norman to Mil
ton T. Forest on December 27, 1901.
This 30th day of November, 1926.
lB 4tw Commissioner.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and" by virtue of the power
of s#le\contained in that certain deed
of tru.-t executed on the 21st day of
October, 1919, 6y Romulus Moore and
wife, Mary Jane, andhof record in the
public registry of Martin County in
book A-2, at page 221, said deed of
trust being given to secure the pay- j
I mont of certain notes of even date |
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. ' WK WISH FOR ALL
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Our Friends A Most Happy Christmas
And A Prosperous New Year
WK ARE READY, WILLING, ABLE, AND
ANXIOUS TO RENDER ANY ASSISTANCE
ALONG LINES OF - • .
of Sound Banking ,
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Farmers & Merchants Bank
and tenor therewith, and the stipula
tions in said deed of trust not having,
been complied with, and at the re
quest of the parties interested, the
undersigned trustee will on the Bth
day of January, 1927, at 12 o'clock
m., at the courthouse door in the
town of Williamston, N C., offer for
r.ale to the highest bidder for cash at
public auction the following described
tiact of land, to wit:
Beginning at a pine; thence a nor
therly direction to a gum stump;
i thence a northerly direction along J.
L. Coltrain's line to a stob, Luis M. I
| Williams' corner; thence an easterly
j direction to a stob in a branch;
thence a southerly direction up said
branch to a gum; thence a southerly
direction to a gum; thence a westerly
direction to the beginning, being all
the lands purchased of R. N. Griffin
and wife, Lora, and Lewis M. Wil
liams and wife, Mozella, by James L.
Teel, and containing eighty acres,
more or less.
This the 6th day of December, 1926.
HARRY M. STUBBS,
dlO 4tw Trustee.
Robert L. Coburn, attorney.
NOTICE OF SALE
By virtue of the power of sale,
contained in a certain deed of trust
to the undersigned dated October 27,
1920, and recorded in book G-2, page
335, of Martin County the unersigned
will on Friday the 14th day of Janu
ary, 1927 at 12 o'clock noon, before
- the courthouse door of Martin Coun
• ty, N. C., offer 1 for sale at public auc
| tion for cash and to the highest bid
j der the following land:
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Beginning at a gum and a holly
;tree in Thin Branch, running a west
course to a *tob in W. M. Mizell line;
thence a north course with W. M. Mi
zell and A. W. Bailey line to a cor
ner in G. Bailey's line; thence an
east course "With J. G. Bailey to the
Charlie Whitfield comer; thence with
Saturday, January 1, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at Riddick Farm on Washington and Wil
liamston Hard Surface Road, about 2 miles
from Williamston, I will sell to the highest
bidder for cash all my corn and peanut hay
and all farming implements, such as plows v
hoes, rakes, disk harrow, stalk cutter, one
Ford truck, 1926 model, and one range cook
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Geo, C. Jenkins
said Whitfield line to a corner in Thin
Branch, then with said branch to the
beginning, containing 67 acres more
or less, i
Terms of sale: Cash. ° , . .
This J3th day of December, 1926.
JOHN E. MIZELL,
d 24 4tw , Trustee.