Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Corey re
turned last night from Washington,
D. C., where they spent several days.
Dr. and Mrs. John D. Biggs and
Mr. and Mrs. F. U. Barnes returned
today from Pinehuret, where they at
tended the State bankers' annual con
Mrs. J. P. Boyle, Mrs. Fannie Mat
thews, Miss Effie Waldo, and little
Miss Peggy Long, of Hamilton, visit
ed friends here Wednesday.
Mrs. W. S. Harris left this morn
ing for Richmond, where she will visit
her daughter, Miss Pattie Harris, for
Miss Frances Hoyt has returned
from Greensboro, where she visited
friends at N. C. C. W.
Mr. and Mrs. John Whitmore, of
Hopewell, visited Dr. and Mrs. J. H.
Saunders this week.
Mr. C. A. Harrison motored to
Greensboro Wednesday. He carried
Misses Velma Harrison and Lucille
Hassell to Winston-Salem, where they
are students at Salem College.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Norman left
Sunday after spending the week end
with Mrs. Norman's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Has* *ll. They returned to
Wilmington by way of Halifax.
Misses Annie Ruth and Helen Jones
of Grimesland, and Virginia Jones, of
Greenville, visited friends here this
Messrs. W. C. Manning and Elbert
Peel attended the meeting of the Car
olina* district of the Kiwanis, which
was held in Rocky Mount Tuesday.
Mesdames Oscar Anderson, J. A.
Manning, and B. W. Hardy spent
Tuesday in Goldsboro.
Dr. W. E. Warren and H. A. Biggs
have returned from Durham, where
they attended the medical convention.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jones and daugh
ter and Miss Essie Jordan, of James
ville, were visitors here Wednesday.
The Ben Barnhills left this week for
Washington, where Mr. Barnhill will
be associated with the Susman Motor
Co. They will make their home in
that city. Friends of all the mem
bers of the family regret their de
Friends of little Cushie Hassell arc
delighted that he is improving very
rapidly from a recent operation for
appendicitis at a Washington hospit
al. His mother, Mrs. C. B. Hansell,
Is in Washington with him.
Attorneys B. A. CHtcher and
Wheeler Martin have been attending
-federal court in Washington this
NOTICE OF TAX DEED
To Hattie Nichols:
You will take notice that I pur
chased, at a sheriff's sale for taxes,
1 residence listed by you in Roberson
ville Township, at a tax sale at the
courthouse in Martin County on the
7th day of June, 1926, for the taxes
due and unpaid for the year 1925.
And you and all other persons in
terested in said property will take no
tice that unless redemption is made
RS is provided by law on or before
the 7th day of June, 1927, I shall de
mand a deed for the same from the
sheriff of Martin County.
This the Ist day of April, 1927.
YELLOW FRONT STORES
Where Values Lead
Asparagus, Manzanita lage spears,
large can - - 25c
Pineapple, Hillsdale broken sliced,
large can - . 23c
Prunes, large size, lb 10c
Picnic Shoulders, lb 1 20 c
Black eye peas lb 6 v *c Lima Beans, 1b... 10c
D. P. Coffee, the world's best drink, lb. .. 43c
Land CFLakes sweet Our Pride BREAD
Cream Butter, pound Giant 21 ounce
cut from tub 61c wrapped loaf 10c
D. P. BACON D. P. CAKE
1-2 lb. carton Plain, layer, or light
24c fruit, lb 25c
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Society & Personals
Mrs. ELBERT S. PEEL. Editor
The Embroidery Club met with Mrs.
Cone in regular meeting at her home
on Church Street Tuosday afternoon.
A very delightful meeting was held
by the members and the following in
vited guests: Miss Janies Freeman,
of Wilson, house gu&st of Mrs. Cone,
Mosdames Clayton aloore and Carrie
Mrs. Cone served a delicious salad
course and salted nuts.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Hill and Mr.
Harry Hill, of Tarboro, were visitors
here Wednesday. i
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank all of my kind
friends and neighbors for their many
good deeds since losing my barn, pack
house, and contents. And I also wish
to thank the good brothers and sis
ters and friends of Holly Springs
for their great effort made Sunday
evening toward helping me this year.
May 1 long remember such friends.
Mrs.A NNIE ROBERSON
, CARD OF THANKS
We wish to sincerely thank the
many friends and Dr. Jas. E. Smith
wkk for the aid rendered us during
the illness and at the death of our
mother, Mrs. Hattie Roberson.
Under and by.virtue of the power of
sale contained in that certain deed of
trust executed to the undersigned
trustee on the 7th day of May, 1919,
and of record in Martin County regis
try in book A-2, page 146, securing
certain ibonds of even date therewith,
und the stipulations not having been
reference of said settlement of line is
fcereby referred to, and being the
same land sold by John D. Biggs &
Co. to R. P. Satterwhite to N. S. Peel,
ind N. S. Peel to Woodley Thompson,
containing 300 acres, more or less.
This the 26th day of March, 1927.
J. C. ANDERSON,
mr 29 4tw - . Trusteo.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain deed
of trust executed on the 10th day of
November, 1923, by L. D. Roebuck
and wife, Hannah Roebuck, and of
record in the public registry of Mar
tin County in book N-2, at page 417,
said deed of trust being given to se
cure the payment of certain notes of
even date 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, on the
19th day of May, 1927, at 12 o'clock
m., at the courthouse door in the
town of Williamston, N. C., offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash at
public auction the following described
tracts of land, to wit:
First tract: Adjoining the lands of
J. If. Bryan, W. A. Nelson, E. C.
Spright, Manach, N. O. VanNortwick,
J. O. Andrews, and schoolhouse lot
Sn Parmele, and being the place where
on L. D. Roebuck and wife now re
side, formerly owned by D. S. Powell
and being the first tract described in
deed from D. S. Powell and wife to
1,. D. Roebuck.
Second tract: Adjoining the lands
of, John Mayo, D. D. Overton, and on
DR. W. L. DAVIS
EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST
Bell Jewelry Co.
WASHINGTON, N. C.
AND PERSONAL NEWS
Mr. Gabe Roberson and Misses Car
rie Ward and Sadie Mae Hadley vis
ited friends in Washington Sunday
Misses Sadie Perry, Sadie Mae Had
ley, Elizabeth Williams, Mrs. Elsie
Griffin, and Addie Hodges motored to
Washington Collegiate Institute Sun
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Perry left for
Chimney Rock last Friday, where J
they will visit their son, Garland,'
The many friends of little Miss Sar
ah Griffin Holliday are glad to know
that she is improving.
the west side of the public road lead
ing from W. A. Jenkins home to Beth
el road, containing 50 acres, more or
The above two tracts of land being
the same land described in deed of
trust from L. D. Roebuck to J. A. Mi
zelle, trustee for D. S. Powell, dated
November 2nd, 1918, and recorded in
the public registry of Martin County
in book Q-l, at page 397.
This the 18th day of April, 1927.
ELBERT S. PEEL,
a 22 4tw Trustee.
R. L. Coburn, attorney.
NOTICE: REAL ESTATE SALE
By virtue of two deeds of trust ex
ecuted to me by Alice Sykes and W.
M. Sykes, one of said deeds of trust
Fin* for catarrh i
whan melted in a
•poon or mufftd "Vtrf
ap the note and ■//. ,
Head and Chest Colds
Relieved In a New Way
A Salvo which Releases Medicated
" Vapor* whan Applied Over
Throat and Chest.
_ Inhaled as a vapor and, at the same
time absorbed through the skin Hke a
liniment, Vicks Vapoiiub reaches imme
diately inflamed, congested air passages.
This is the modmi direct treatment for
all cold troubles tliat is proving so popu
lar in Canada and the States where over
17 million jars are now used yearly.
Splendid for eonr throat, tonsilitis,
bronchitis, croup, head and chest colds,
catarrh, asthma or hay fever.
Just rub Vicks over throat snd chest
■nd inhale the medicated vapors. It
quickly loosens up a cold.
V APO RUQ
Ovut 21 MILUQM JAHS i/sto YLAHUT
At a special meeting of the Hoard of Town Commis
sioners Monday evening, April 11, 1927, a warning was
ordei ed to be given all taxpayers who have not made set
tlement of 1926 taxes. This warning was ordered with
the hope that little, if any, property would have to be ad
vertised for taxes.
April 30th Is the
, i ! '
And it is therefore very urgent that you take this as
• ' a fair warning and that you make settlement as soon as
possible. No extension of time will be granted this year,
but all taxes must be in the hands of the tax collector by
that day or property will be advertised in accordance
with law. ~
W. B. DANIEL
TAX COLLECTOR TOWN OF WILLIAMSTON
THE ENTERPRISE WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
being dated March 19 ( 1924, and re-1
corded in the office of the register
of deeds of Martin County in book
R-2, at page 469, the other being dat
ed September —, 1924, and recorded
in book T-2, page 164, in said office,
I shall offer for sale at the court-|
house door in Martin County, North'
Carolina, at 12 o'clock m., on Tues
day, May 17th, 1927, the property
conveyed to ,me in said dieds of trust,
The following described lands in j
Jamesville Township, bounded as fol-i
Ist tract: Fifty acres of land known
as the Lightfoot lands sdjoining the
lands of T. P. Moore on the west, Ce
dar Branch on the south' and south
cast, by the lands of R. D. Davis on
the east, and the public road on the
north, and known as the Mill Neck
Road, and being the same land, con
veyed to W. M. Sykes by H. T. Stal
lings in 1903 and recorded in Martin
2nd tract: Being the same land con
veyed to W. M. Sykes b/' Morning
Bell in 1908 and adjoining the lands
of John Gaskins, J. G. Griffin, Mor-!
ris Mill Pond, and being on the north !
I side of Mill Nock Publii Road, con- j
| taining seventeen acres.
Murray & McCabe
3rd tract: Being the same lands
conveyed to W. M. Sykes by Jesse N.
Stubbs, attorney in fact, and adjoin
ing the lands of Ellen Daniels and
others, and containing 17 acres, more
4th tract: Beginning at a white oak
on the northwest corner of Richard
Davis tract of land on the road lead
ing from Harrington's Mill to James
ville and Washington Road, thence
south 61 west 51 perches to Cedar
Branch, thence westwardly 60 perches
down said branch to a deep ravine.
It is intended to include by description
all the lands described in the deed of
trust from Alice Sykes and W. M.
Sykes to E. D. Wilson and A. T.
Perry, which is recorded in register
of deeds office of Martin County in
book "H" page 423.
• Terms of sale: Cash.
This April 9th, 1927.
E. L. HOFFLER,
als 4tw Trustee.
is a Prescription for
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