Reduced Fares to Near-by Beaches Reduced week-end feres \o Norfolk. Virginia Beach, and Wrightsville Beach are now offered to local pa trons of the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- j road. The same considerable reduc- ! tion in fares applying from William- 1 st»n is in effect at many of the sta tions along the Coast Line in Ala bama, Georgia, South Carolina, Flor ida, Korth Carolina, and Virginia. These excursions will continue until October 2. It is expected that a large number will take advantage of the liberal re daction in fares to make week-end trips to resorts and points of inter est. Week end tickets will be sold at those stations from which applying good on all trains Friday ami Satur days. The return limit will be prior lo midnight of the Tuesilay'lText fol lowing date of sale of ticket. W. H. Newell Retires After 50 years Service W. H. Newell, former general sup-, erintendent of the Atlantic Coast ( Line Railroad, retired recently after j serving that company for fifty years. I Mr. Newell started as a telegraph op- j erator with the Coast Line when he I was 2d years old. During his 5(1 years J of service, he has held responsible po- j sit ions and gained an enviable repu- j Ution for efficiency in performing his duties. At the time of his retirement, Mi. Newell's associates in Virginia audi geld pieces. His service as general j company's president, J. R. Kenly, when he said, "Your long and value'd I service will not be forgottelf by those j who come after you, and your name will always be an inspiration to thei officers and employees of our com pany." the Carolinas presented him with a j silver loving cup filled with ten dollar superintendent was recogriizt-d by the I Final Work on Chowan Bridge Is Being Rushed Elizabeth City, June 20. —Final con-j struction work is being rushed to com pletion this week on the S(>OO,(MM) Chowan bridge, greatest of all engi neering projects undertaken in North eastern North Carolina. Reports from Edenton state that little remains to I be done except to finish surfacing the WANTS —-—■ - ■ ' J. C. Meekins, Jr. M. W. Meekins MEEKINS& MEEKINS Attorneys at Law W ASHINGTON, N. C. State and Federal Courts FOR BLACK PEAS, SOI ND AND solid, see Frank Everett, Route 2, Williamston, N. C., Box 4it. ltpd LOST: ON WJLLIA MSTON-WIN I)- sor road, Monday afternoon, a tan handbag containing 2 ladies' dresses, 3 girls' dresses, 2 pair bays' trousers' anil other things. Return to Mrs. W. L. Jlrewer, Windsor, N. C. LOST: WRIST WATCH NEAR THE Strand Theatre Friday night, June 17. Kinder please return to Julia Ward and receive reward. , It This Is (ioin.£ to l>e the Biggest Year With the ROANOKE PEANUT PICKER * Because Two New Revolutionary Features Have Been Added to Make This THE BEST PEANUT PICKER : FIUSTTA CLUTCH HAS BEEN ADDED. SECOND: A Perforated Bottom for the Screw Con veyor Has Been Perfected. , A CIA T TCH means ease of operation that has not , *- ~ This means better prices for peanuts cleaned in the been realized by any other picker. _ , _ v. , Roanoke Peanut Picker because it means cleaner pea- A CLUTCH means efficiency that has not been nu^s dreamed of in peanut picking*. * . " ... . r» A rvi?i? , Also, in order to make handling easier a BAGukK A CLUTCH means less work and more peanuts: may be added for an additional cost of $25.00. * \ ; • ASK THOSE WHO HAVE USED IT - Place Your Order Early « •. W. C. MANNING, Loca[ Representative. i mile and a half structure with Ken- ( l ' tucky rock asphalt as an enduring I traffic tread. Work is also proceeding: rapidly on : ; the bridge extending 16 | miles from Windsor, county seat of | Bertie, to the western terminus of-the j structure, and four miles from its eastern terminus to Edenton. It is | anticipated that that work will be ( finished in time for the celebration at | Eden House and in Edenlon on Wed- | ncsday, July 20, when many thous- [ ands from nil along the Atlantic sea- | board are expected to gather in North | Carolina's historic colonial capital for i a day of sightseeing and rejoicing. j Order Carload Pipe to Extend Water Mains * A carload of six-inch pipe was or dered to be bought yesterday by the "'board of towfi commissioners when they met in a special meeting. The pipe will be used to extend the water | mains to the tobacco stem me ry and Ito certain points on I Street. The order was given a concern in Norfolk soon after the order to pur chase was issued by the board. Ihe shipment will arrive within the course of two weeks, and work to extend the will be started soon thereafter. The question of extending the lines c.ime up before a meeting of the hoard of commissioner* several weeks ago, and it was ijeriried then that the extensions should be made. Mr. J. H. Roberson, jr., and daugh ter, Miss Delia I-ouise, and Miss Alice Norman, of Robersonville, were busi ness visitors here yesterday after noon. NOTICE OF A SPECIAL TAX ELECTION On sth day of July, 1927, Smith wick School District, Martin County, North Carolina In compliance with the wishes of GUARANTEED - We rebuild shoes, an art that has saved Americans thousand* of dollars in shoe bills in the last five years. No cobbling-"Job—but as higfl grade work as comes from the factory when shoes are new. Do not risk health with damp or wet feet during the cold spring months. If the uppers are good, we can make your shoes new at less than half the cost of a new pair. PROMPT SERVICE SALSBURY ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP petition signed by * necessary num-1 bcr jf qualified voters of Smith wick School District, which was duly ap* proved by the board of educatjon of Martin County, and in accordance with the provision of Article 17 of the New School Code of 1923. Notice is hereby given that the elec ; tion will be held in the Old Smith wick Schoolhouse on the 6th day of July, in said Smithwick School Dis ! trict, which is described hereinafter ! for the purpos# of ascertaining the i will of the qualified voters of said district as to whether a majority of j such voters favor the levying and collecting annually of a special tax with which to supplement the funds of six-months public school appropri ated by the board of education, the rate of said special tax not to exceed a maximum of 15 cents on the SIOO.OO valuation of all property, real and per sunal, within the bounds of the dis trict, described as follows: lieginning at Gardner bridge up the creek to the W. W. Roberson mill, up the mill pond to Cypress Branch; thence along C. C. Keys line to the Turtle!on road; thence along said road to Deep Hun, down Deep run to Mulberry Branch; thence up Mulber | This Frigid utt frost coil makes your present ice-box a Frigidaire YOU don't have to buy a new refrigerator to enjoy the many delights of Frigidaire electric refrigeration. We can place this frost coil in your present ice-box, make the necessary connections, and from that time on you will be independent of outside ice supply —your foods will be kept uniformly colder, therefore fresher and better. You will havo a compartment always below freezing in which ice cubes and a variety of frozen desserts and salads can be made easily and quickly Come in and sec Frigidaire demonstrated to day. Know all the Frigidaire advantages made possible by General Motors engineering skill and resources. FRIGIDAXRE PfOd.CI .( GENERAL MOTORS\JUpJ 0. S. ANDERSON and CO. Williamston, N. C. THE ENTERPRISE - WILUAMBTON. jg. C^ ry Branch to the Jones Road; thence up said road to the colored Baptist Church, St. James; thence a straight line to Wiitx Siding; thonce along the said road to the Jamesville and Wil li-inmton Road; th«nce along the old boundaries to Devils Gut, Swain's Landing; thence across Devil Gut to Kader's Eddy; thence down Roanoke River to Jamesville School District line; thence along said line Jx> Gard | ner's Bridge, the beginning. At said election those who are in favor of the levy and collection an nually of a special tax of not more than fifteen cents on the SIOO.OO val uation, in said district, as aforesaid; shall vote a ticket on which shall be written or printed the words, "For Local Tax," and those who oppose the levy and collection annually of a special tax of not more than 15 rente on the SIOO.OO valuation of all property in said district, as a ft resaid, shall vote a ticket on which shal be written or printed the words, "Against a lx>eal Tax." That J. A. Gardner be and is heie by appointed registrar, and W. C. Griffin and Roy Moore are hereby appointed poll holders for said elec tion. That a new registration is hereby ordered and that the registration books will be open for such purpose beginning with 24th day of May, and will continue open until the 26th day of June. The registrar will be at his residence during the above date for the purpose of registering all those qualified to vote in said district. Done this the 19th day of May 1927, by order of the board of county com missioners of Martin County. By: J. G. BARNHILL, my 24 4tw Chairman. Attest: J. SAM GETSINGER, reg ister of deeds and ex-officio clerk to the board of county commissioners. NOTICE Sealed applications will be received from the date hereof until 8:30 p. m. July 5. 1927, for the positions of day and night officers of the town of Wil liamston. By order of the board of commis- I sioners, passed June 6, 1927. G. H. HARRISON, je7 4tw City Clerk. i - —- NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES TATE North Carolina, Martin County. In the superior court, before the clerk. Gold A Store J. W. Sexton, Mgr. Washington Street FRUIT JARS—MASON Pint, Dozen Quart, Dozen Gallon, Dozen 85c i 95c $1.30 Rib Side Meat 15c ' MACKEREL, Each pound size 10c COUNTRY SHOULDER, lb 23c COUNTRY HAM, lb. - 35c SUGAR 7c CHEESE, FULL CREAM 32c BRriAi), Gardner's 16 ounce loaf 9c HILISDALE PINEAPPLE, No. 3 Can 24c C'AM!'E;:i L'S BEANS, 3 for 25c AMERICAN BEAUTY PORK AND BEANS. 3 cans for 35c GO' P STAR COFFEE, lb. 45c FLOUR, A. G. CERTIFIED 12 Pounds 24 Pounds 48 Pounds 57c $1.09 $2.12 Eli la Spruill and Husband, Willie Spruill, Cordelia Reddick, and hua band, Mack Reddick, Carrie Brown awl husband, Haywood Brows, C. B. Everett, and Lelia Everett, by their next friend, J. S. Getsinger va. William Sheppard, Lewis Shep- pard and Ida Rofers. Pursuant to an order of resale made by R. J. Peel, clerk of the superior court of Martin County, on the 10th day of June, 1927, and hereinafter described land having been heretofore advertised and sold and the bid hav ing been raised as provided by law, tl.e undersigned commissioners will on Monday, the 27th-jiay of June, 1927 a: 12 o'clock m., in front of the court house door in the town of Williamston N. C., offer for sale to the highest bid der for cash the following described real estate, to wit: Being known and designated as lot No. 3, allotted to James Sheppard in the land division of William Shep pard, of record in land division book No. 1, at page 288, beginning at a pine second corner of lot No. 2, thence S. 53 1-2 E. 8 poles to a light wood post, thence S. about 58 1-2 E. about 52 poles to the run of Great lirunch, thence up the run of said branch to its fork, thence N. 1" 1-2 E. 51 and 1-5 poles to a p st in Ed reel's line, thence N. about 45 3-4 W. to the third corner of 'ot No. 2, thence S. 13 1-4 W. 158 poles to the beginning, containing 60 acres, more or less, and which was deeded to Mary M. Sheppard by James Sheppard by deed recorded in book YYY, at page 553. This the 10th day of June, IW7. ELBERT S. PEEL, HUGH G. HORTON, je 14 2tw - Oommissio NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of the power ot sale contained in that certain Deed oi Trust executed to the undersign to Trustee on the 19th day of April, 1921, and of record in the Martin County Registry, in Book H-2, at page 89, securing certain bonds of even date therewith, and the stipula tions not having been complied with and at the request of the holder ot said bonds, the undersigned Trustee will, on the Ist day of July 1927, at X/ o'clock, Noon, offer for sale to the highest bidder, for cash, the follow ing described property: A house and lot in the Town of Williamston, North Carolina, on the north side of Main Street, adjoin ing the property of C. A. Martin, J. H. Saunders and G. N. Gurganus. This the Ist day of June, 1927. B. A. CRITCHER, Je-3-4t Trustee. Place of sale: Court House Door, Williamston, N. C.

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