Jim Kirby, of Norfolk, wu a visi
tor here this week.
Henry Everett, of Oak City, attend
ed a meeting of the Royal Arch Ma
sons Wednesday evening.
Faxie Badham, of Edenton, visited
Mr. and Mrs, £>. K. Biggs this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Edwards, of
Kinston, spent Wednesday with (Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Brandon.
Miss Esther Harrison, who has been
taking a secretarial course at Atlantic
Christian College, has completed her
work and is at present employed by
Harrison Bros. * Co.
JL G. Harrison has returned from
Wilmington, where he went on a busi
ness trip. Mr. Harrison will be con
nected with the Acme Fertiliser Co.,
this year aa special representative.
Irving Margolis has returned from
Warsaw, where he visited his brother,
C. M. Tetterton, of Plymouth, was
a business visitor here yesterday.
Seth Baughm, of Washington, was
a visitor here Thursday, \
The Philathea class of the Chris
tian Church will postpone its regular
ntti| from Friday night to the
oexi Friday night on account of the
play which will be given at the school
house LO night for the Parent-Teacher
Mrs. R. W. Allen, of Creedmore, has
returned to her home after visiting
her daughter, Miss Lucille Allen, and
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pope. ,
Miss Hilda Haskett, of Kins ton, vis
ited her sister, Mrs, Hubert Morton,
Howell Wad*worth, of New Bern,
is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. W. Watts,
jr., and Mr. Watts.
Mr. W. H. Mizelle, of RobersonviUe,
editor of the Weekly Herald, was in
Messrs. C. C. Coltrain and George
E. Roberson, of Griffins Township,
were'visitors here yesterday.
S. S. Lawrence, who has been spend
ing this week in Washington and
Swan Quarter, will be heie for the
week end with his family.
Mrs. B. A. Critcher left Tueeday
for Baltimore, Where she will visit
her parents, Mr. and Mn. Proctor,
and also buy millinery for the Willie
Miss Juanita Hough, operating in
structor for the Carolina Telephone A
Telegraph Co., who has been coach
ing the operators for the new ex
change, left yesterday for Rocky Mt.,
where she will instruct a class of sup
SANDY RIDGE LOCAL
AND PERSONAL NEWS
Mrs. Annie Roberson and Misses
Beatrice Cherry and Vida Mae and
Bally Roberson motored to Dardens
Messrs. N. S. Roddick and Haulsey
Hardison and Miss Coralle Peed and
Mrs. J. H. Reddick and Mrs. T. A.
Peed motored to Dardens Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hudson, of Rocky
Mount, are visiting relatives near
Mr. Aaron Howe, of Rocky Mount,
is visiting friends here this week.
Mr. N. S. Reddick, Mrs. J. H. Rod
dick, and Mrs. R. D. Jones and daugh
ter, Myrtle, motored to Everetts on
Aifamat U4y &0* fti Hu
Nmr M a Btfter Last-
other strawarh disorders.
Mi if certainly is vw helpfal. 1
* SET* known U to fsif than.
Wham thsn An so assay children,
it is a good idea to kssp a laxative
eahsJUad Hi*-Hrsagtrf to whet
FEF UTTBMWS. He HS he Eae
apMvOTWKiu nifni ana morning
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Society & Personals
Mrs. ELBERT S. PEEL, Editor
HAMILTON SCENE OF *
NUMBER OF PARTIES
The last week in January witnessed
many.delightful parties in Hamilton,
many of them given in honor of re
cent brides and visitors.
During the week Mrs. T. B. Slade,
jr., entertained at bridge in honor of
Mrs. W. J. Starr, of Gaineboro, Tenn
Those attending were Mrs. Ernest
Harrold, Mrs. Gladstone, Ufa. Boyle,
Mrs. W. J. Starr, Miss Waldo, Miss
Delia Purvis, Miss Ayers, and Mrs.
Slade. Mrs. Starr was presented with
a silver tray, a pair of hose was giv
en the high scorer. A delicious salad
course with fruit cake and chocolate
A second party was given in honor
of Mrs. Star by Mrs. Don Matthews,
with many of Mrs. Starr's friends
present. A salad course with coffee,
nuts, and candy was served during
On Wednesday night, Mrs. P. H.
Davenport gave a shower in honor of
a recent bride, Mrs. William Edmond
son, of Portsmouth, Va. During the
evening a salad course with candy,
nuts, and punch was served a large
number. Many useful and pretty
gifts were received.
Mrs. Don Matthews charmingly en
tertained Mrs. Wm. Haislip, Miss Pip
pen, Miss M. B. Purvis, Miss Dixon,
Miss Phillips, Miss Norma Hines, and
Misses Annie and Maggie Bell Jones
Thursday of the weak with two tables
of "600." Mrs. Matthews served de
On Saturday afternoon, Mrs. W. J.
Starr, at the home of her parents, en
tertained several of her friends with
two tables of bridge. Sandwiches,
tea, cake, and nuts were served by the
hostess. Mrs. T. B. Slade received a
guest towel for high score.
Mac Hardison was in town yester
The Philathea Class of Memorial
Baptist Church will hold its regular
business and social meeting Monday
light, February 7, at 8 o'clock, with
Mrs. Herbert Cowan. All the mem
bers are requested to be present
Miss Margaret Everett and Oscar
Paul attended the show in Roberson
ville Wednesday night.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in, a certain deed of
trust executed to the undersigned
trustee by Daniel Moon and wife,
Lenders Moore, on the 81st day of
March, 1922, and of record in the pub
lic registry of Martin County in book
H-2, at page 106, said deed of trust
being given for the purpose of secur
ing certain notes of even date and
tenor therewith, and default having
been made in the payment of the said
notes, and the stipulations contained
therein not having been complied with
and at the request of the holders of
the said notes the undersigned trus
tee will on Monday, the 21st dky of
February, 1927, at 12 o'clock m-, in
front of the courthouse door in the
town of Williamston, N. C., offer for
T. F. Harrisonn
Mrs. Anna Harrison
Miss Martha Harrison
— ; | V iA ■ ' 1 'l*.- i,. -
are now in New York buying our
t ( *-* , . * ♦**
Spring line of Coats, Dresses
Millinery and Piece Goods
*' • . , /»
Watch for their return with the new spring goods.
Harrison Bros. & Co.
Williamston's Largest Department Store / "
tl KNTMtMtIMfc—WILUAMMDOM. M. C.
Wilson, Feb. 2—Miss Hilda Whit
ley, of Pantego, a student of Atlantic
Christian College and Mr. William
Clyde Harrell, of Rocky Mount, were
quietly married Monday in Whi takers
at the Baptist parsonage.
Miss Whitley left Saturday to visit
friends in Whitakers.
The happy couple left immediately!
after the ceremony for Rocky Mount,'
where they will make their home.
The above account, taken from a,
State paper, will be of general inter
est to people of Williamston, where
the groom was reared. He is the'
youngest child of Mr. S. H. Harrell
and has until the last three years al
ways lived here. He is employed by
the Studebaker-Star agents of Rocky
Mount, and is making good as an auto
sale to the highest bidder for cash
at public auction the following de
scribed real estate, to wit:
Lying and baing in Williams Town
ship, Martin County, and State of
North Carolina, bounded on the north
by W. W. Griffin and Warren Gimy,
on the east by Komulds Moore and
' Dennis-Simmons Lumber Co., on the
south by Dennis Simmons Lumber Co.
and on the west by Henry Williams
containing; by survey made by J. R.
Mobley 97 1-2 acres, more or less, and
being the same land deeded to Daniel
Moore by J. G. Godard, and being the
same land described in mortgage deed
to Federal Land Bank given by Daniel
Moore and wife,'Lendora Moore, and
being the same land described in deed
of trust dated November IS, 1918, and
of record in book 0-1, at page 874.
Reference is made to said conveyances
for a more perfect description.
This the 20th day of January, 1927.
ELBERT S. PEEL,
j2l 4tw Trustee.
Murray & McCabe
Williamston Lumber Co.
Operations will begin as soon as logs can be
secured and start coming to the Mill.
PINE AND POPLAR LOGS WANTED
Address sll Communications to Murray and McCabe Co.,
Hertford, N. C.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF LANDS
Under and by virtu* of the power of
sale contained in that certain deed of
trust executed and delivered unto J.
C. Smith, trustee, by B. H. Roberson
and wife, on the first day of Jan.,
1923, to secure a certain bond of even
date, and of record in the office" of
the register of deeds, for Martin
County, in book H, 2, page 201; and
the stipulations therein contained not
having been complied with and the
said bond being past due and unpaid
and upon demona of the owner of
said bond, the undersigned, will, onj
Saturday, the sth. day of March, 1927,j
at ten o'clock a. m., in front of Bank
of Robersonville, in town of Robcrson
ville, said county and state, expose to
public sale, for cash, the following
described lands, to-wit:
Situate in Robersonville Township,
Martin County, North Carolina, and
better described as follows, to-wit:
First Tract: Being the house and
lot where the said B. H. Roberson
| and wife now live, and on the corner
I of Green and Main Streets in the town
of Robersonville, and bound on the
North by Green Street, on East by
Main street, on South by lands of
Beeta Roberson and on the West by
the dands of J. C. Smith.
Second Tract. Being a one-fourth
undivided interest in and to the Tom
Johnson gin-house lot, situate on the
North side of the Railroad (A. C. L.
R. R.), in said town, adjoining the
lands of J. H. Roberson, Jr., Spier
Cochran, J. E. Roberson, W. R. Jen
kins and others, and being known as
the Tom Johnson gin lot.
While in France with the American
Army I obtained a noted French pre
scription for the treatment of Rheu
matism and Neuritis. I have given
this to thousands with wonderful re-
I suits. The prescription cost me noth
| ing. I ask nothing for it. I will mail
i it if you will send me your address.
I A pohtal will bring it Write today.
Paul Case, Dept. 0-44, Brockton, Mass.
Third Tract. Situate on the East
aide of Main street in the town of
Gold Point and bound on N. by lands
of J. H. Bell, on South i>y, lands of
Susan Gdmondson, on West by said
street and on the East by lands of
Fourth Tract. Being the Thomas L.
Johnson, Ben Whitfirled and others,
and being a one-fourth undivided in
Fifth tract: Being a one-half undi
vided interest in and to the old W. A.
Roberson & Co., store lot, situate on
. BAUGH & SONS COMPANY
"The O/J Standby" NORFOLK.V
FOR SALE BY
D. D. STALLS :
Williamston, N. C.
R. W. SALSBURY
Hamilton, N. C.
Salsbury Supply Company
Hassell, N. C.
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the west side of Main Street in the
town of Robersonville, bounded on E.
by center of said street, on north by j
lands of Lida Parker, on south byj
lands of Jno. Highsmith, and known
as old W. A. Robernon &. Co. store
Sixth tract: Being a one-half undi-i
vided interest in that certain tract of
land, situate on north side of' road
It&ding from Gold Point to William
ston, N. C., bounded on north by lands
of Jack Coburn, on east by lands of:
J. J. Weaver on south by lands of
others and said road, on west by the
lands of John Williams, containing 26
acres, more or less.
Seventh tract: Situate in said Town
ship, and on canal in picture swamp,
bounded on north by lands of Henry
Roberson, on east by J. R. Roebuck
i lands, on south by lands of S. L.
' Grimes, on west by lands of J. E.
' Roberson and known as the pasture
This January 31, 1927.
J. C. SMITH,
fl 4tw Trustee.