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Is Alternate for Naval
Due to a vacancy caused by resigna
tion, there will be two appointments
at the Naval Academy in 1928 for
the First Congressional District.
Congressman Lindsay Warren today
announced his appointments to fill
them. For on evaeancy Joseph Kitchin
McLuwhom, of Ayden, is named as
principal, and Wilbur W.. Madrin, o 1
Greenville ,is first alternate; while
for the other vacancy I/onnie" A.
Squires, of Washington, is named as
princu>ali William M. Hackett, of
Belhaven first alternate, and Henry
Standi Manning, of Williamston is
second 'alternate. The examination
will be held in February, and the suc
cessful candidates will enter- An
napolis ori July 1, 1028.
Williamston to Present
Tobacco Pagent at Show
According to joint plans of of
ficials of thr Eastern Carolina Cham
ber of Commerce and citizens here,
Willialmston will represent -tobacco in
Oie pageant at tin peanut exposition
in Ahoskie, December 5.
While the peanut is honored by hav
ing' the exposition named after it 7
• other crops will join in with the low
Iv goobur. The .potato, corn, cotton,
tobacco crops .will |>l ;i\ a part in the
paradu, and towns and communities
in the. section will prepare the float'/
Card Club Hostess Gives
Shower for Bride-Elect
When Mis I' B. C one entertained
her card club Friday night, \uveni
her 11. she gave Sttss Carrie DelT
White, popular bride-elect, a shower
also. After tin; four.progressions of
bridge .Mrs Corn' presented Mis>
White with lovHy.gffls that the mem
hers of the clulc awl the two invited
guests.. NJTS.' fiscal \tulerson and
-Mrs—ffi M.. -Si iilib'. Inul- brought. for
her. _ • '
Mrs I'. H Brown. who made high
score, was given a vase. The hostess
sermt dehrioiis- rtrirken a la feint;
with vegetable salad and coffee.
CARD OF THANKS
We wisli in thank our neighbors ami
friends who liavp lire if MI kiniLln ad
ministering to our lui-b.iud and lailn i
dHrijtu hi- brng iHne-s well a>—ai
liis death' •yml burial We led that
nothing could'have done u- much
good a> the .'h op sympathy -howii by
all our friuvds. fi|- which «*■ ,»rc mw-t
grateful „"r ■
- \ K M\\ \ I Nt,
PECANS. VI A KS. IM.I'MS,
. |>« a*in .. .Up.in I orna
mental* All wrll grown. Prices
ri|lit. Ask for . information and
nrir.-. . I H \\,«l.» i ... ..fl Wi
Decentralization of Industry
r\__ At the third meeting of the Southern Appalachian Power in theretofore rural localities tc a large extent relieves the farm- Sg
Conference, in Chattanooga last month, a resolution dealing with ing industry of that instability occasioned by sole dependence
the centralization of industry was passed. The membership of * on distant markets. Likewise,, home sources of supply for food
this conference was decidedly cosmopolitan, being made up of products for the industrial population have their large advan
representatives of industrial and agricultural associations, engi- tages over distant sources. Many other phases, economic, social, 80
neering associations and societies, chambers of commerce, uni- - educational, and hygienic, may readily be visualized. Industrial * ®
versities, manufacturing plants. Federal and State officials, pro- locations are fixed"upon according to many factors, the most im
fessional men, farmers. Members of Congress, and members of portant of which are raw materials, labor, transportation, and
the press. * '• 1 power. In the South we have the raw materials suitable for a OR
Knowing that the people of Williamstori are interested along' ~ • wide diversity of industry! We also have the labor, or can read
these lines, we present the resolution passed by the country's , ''y P™*"" «in any given instance. Our highways, rails, and .• »
.leading men. as follows: navigable water courses furnish a ready solution of the trans- ®
portation problem. There remains the power, which it lies with
"We regard it as self evident that the widest and most uni- - > » u » «•"«« to f ur ioon * ,hc adop 'l ot . pub " c foli ~
form industrial progress is being, and will in the future be at- ««• »>> i rational concepts that will encourage the investment. flft
tained. through continued development and devitalization of ~ Consequently, we believe that the water powers of the South
industry; that the lack of economic balance as between the great "bould, in addition to being developed to the utmost, be dis
- .... areas of rural and semi-rural population in the South largely Me- tributed in the public service in the widest possible measure so S
* voted to agricultural industry on the one hand, and rapidly growv that they will ultimately constitute s great reservoir of energy,
ing and highly diversified industrial cities on the other, is in large under sovereign control and regulation, available to the small as
degree responsible for many of our economic ills. Only one well as to the large user, wherever located, and at a regulated t I
phase of the situation need be mentioned to visualize the princi- priee that will afford a Mtum on the invested money merely large S
I . pie that dominates the whole. The creation of home markets enough to justify the ready investment of money in the develop
for' farm products by the establishment of labor-using industries ment of these properties.
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. • CAROLINA DIVISION . • |
Virginia Electric and Power Company
W. E. WOOD, PRESIDENT J. T. CHASE, MANAGER ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. 1
WANTED: GIRLS TO LOOP AND r
f knit; experienced or inexperienced. [
Come to see or write Walker Knitting j
.'.Mills, Tarboro. N. C. »30 2(lt j
r 1 EARLY JERSEY WAKEFIELD
cabbage plants: 20c hundred, $1.50
Y thousand; 5.t0 1(1 thousand $1.25 thou
1 ; sand. Prices on largo lot*. Very best
'i j seed miwii right, grown right W years
F 1 experience; in plant'. growing. East
f Side farm/ quality plants are known t
c every Where. Orders filled from now
.(till March L IV2B. J. L. Ilollidar,
K > Wrllianistoii, N.'-C. 05 Btpdj
' LIME SLAKES THE LAND WORK!
* ; better, the fertilizer act .better, the
1 : manures and organic matter rot bet-;
"Iter, and the, legumes grow better."j
- | Sec your local dealer for "M ASCOT,"
'the Standard Agricultural Limestone,
for write American Limestone Co., j
j Knoxvillc, Tenn. - o 25 111
' INU I'K I I HAVE 18(1 At IOCS OF
•j land, .Hi of which is cleared, with a;
| dwelling house and outbuildings, lor j
"(sale. The J»iid is located' ill (iriffins'
' j Ti>\\ itship 1,111 the WillianiKton'Road
HMrt». Connie C. WMlaau, Jaincsvillc.,
'■ N. C. * - nJS 3t
MAN WITH CAR
Wanted by old-established
, company selling auto and
tractor olis, paints, and roof
* coating, to farming trade.
Exclusive territory. Week
ly drawing account. Real
proposition. The Lennox
1 Oil & Paint Co., Cleveland,
I Ohio. n22 3t
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mouths «»Irl. Hufttft well;' bju-kr
I! stand* ill night, (). IV Newton, It
I' BY I SIN'. JIKiH ORADI? MAf.
: Iti'nitnii ■■ JUMI'iiUMI*' ctJirlaiiuiig , Ui ~to
.18 per tent magnesium carbonate the '
i tobacco siatimi at /xofrd got an aV»|
■; cragc annual increase in tobacco of SOB
| per iirrc tor 5 eiHtsecutivc vt-ars. t Yuli I
■j can gel it. too: l>\ using M AS' t) I
! \gm ullural See yotir local j
| M \St Dl' dealer or write AMEl\f*i
(AN CO.," Knoxvillc.!
'' Tenn mo dec
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hclctfy given that under.
I and In \irtin nf a certain collateral I
jiii.te .inij IIJHIi i the ti ruis tbereof,
wliiili note vva- cxccutecl to the nn'
1 ili-i-igiicd b> II l Uartilull ;"vd otln is.
tin .ui\c being Imig |>a-l ffwrv aiul on
l.uionnl ..I. del.ililt in the payment
[thereof, the inidcrwgnecl will, on Wed
nesil.l). tile 7tll,d«> ol I Jecinf bn . 1927, .
,i> 12 li'clock in., in front of the court
- ix a prescription for
COLDS, GRIPPE. FLU. DENGUE, F
I BILIOUS FEVER AND MALARIA
l» Ifillu fli. r.»in
["bouse, door of Margin County at Wil
j liamston, N. C„ offer for sale, at puft
j-lie auction, to the highest bidder, for ,
leash the following collateral, to wit:
One certificate.- No. Cjl, for four
' shares of in the Rwanoke To
! bjicco Warehouse Company, William-
Bton, N T , G
"I bis 12th day of November. 1927.
F. U. BARNES.
Owner of note'c dlatsrally secured!
by above stock. nls 4tw |
Hugh (i. Horton, attorivev.
North arolina. Maftin County.
Under and liv virtue of the power |
of sale contained in a certain collater-j
a I note executed to the undersigned by ,
1 .1 T. .lames on the 31st day of Aug- I
i list, 1925, default having been made !
in the payment of the same, the under- j
signed w ill on Wednesday, the 7th day
.if- IJecember, 1927. at 12 o'clock m.,
; HI front >f the courthouse door in the
town of \\ illiuiiiston. N. ('.. offer for
ah to the liiglu-st bidder for cash
i the following property, to wit:
One note dated July 10. 1924. from
I \\ I!e4lllimer anri wife to J. T.
linn, isor $1.1'1.24. being secured by
' a deed of trn-t of even date therewith.
This l"i|i dav of November. 19*7.
R JI IV I'IVAN*I>EKS AND
MKRt HANTS BANK.
I By: V. 'I Taylor. President.- n22 5t
t aniliija,- Marlln County. . _
I'nder and by virtue of the power ;
of sale contained in a certain collat
eral note executed to the undersigned
4. T. lames on the 3-lst of August,
192." default having been made'in the
payment ,of the -.iijjie. the undersigned
v i.l on .Wednesday the 7th day of
December. 1927, at 12 o'clock in., in
■ front of the courtliotise door in the
town of VVillittinston. N. C.. offer for
-ale to the liigliest bidder for cash
the following deseribed~property, to
On note" frnin J T. James to the
Planters Merchants' Bank, dated i
Nngitsl ,11, 1925, tor $ 1,500.00, secured]
tliy a deed of trust •if even date .there- |
I li>v 15th day of November. 1927. |
Pt-ANTRRS K MERCHANTS BA :
I 111 " I'I.ANTER AND I
Ml: I't HAN I'S BANK.
By V ii laylor. President. n22 5t
North arnlina. Martin County; in
_ihe .superior court. before ...the clvrk,.
In the matter of Bessie Beach and
Inwband, Chester Beach. Dennis
Peel, Lillian Gutganus and husband.
M K. Gurganus, Edna RobersOn and
husband, Mansie R. Rober»on, Ar- j
thur Peel, and Rhoda Ayers and hus
band, Arthur Ayers, said Rhoda
( Ayers being a minor and appearing
by her next friend, J. Sam Getsing
er, ex parte.
Pursuant to nn order signed by R, J. j
Peel, clerk of the superior colirl of |
Martin t'uuuty,,in the above entitled
proceedings on • lit- 15th dav of No
vember. 1927, fin - undersigned com
missioner will mi I bnrsda\. the 15th
d.n oi peccniber. P'27. ;i t 12 o'cliK*k
m». in Tiniit ol the courthouse door in
the town of W illiamston, N. t'., offer
11>r sale tn the highest bidder for cash
tlie following described real e.-1,i1c,.10
' wit ' •.
Iloiindeil on (lie north' by Daniel
t iilfganjis. on (In- east In A L. Rogers
mi the 'soiilli In Claude Whitchlirst.
I and J H- Ajers, and on the west by
I T Rogers roiitaiinng 54 acres, more
o|- less, 'and being more commonly '
known and designated as ( liarles
I iirnci: Peel's Auslion land ill Bear
Oirass l*i*w itship.
!•'I.IfKR I' S. PEEL,
I Statement of the Condition of
Planters & Merchants Bank 1
OF EVERETTS, N. C. AS AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS NOVEMBER 14, 1927 V~|
RESOURCES '' . LIABILITIES g
Loans and discounts $198,803.21 $ 15,000.00 gg
Bonds 13,950.00 SURPLUS* 10,000.00
Banking house and fur. & fix. 6,385.00 Profits 4,711.84
Cash on hand and in banks . , 108,459.76 DEPOSITS 297,886.13,
li " $327,597.97 $327,597.97 ©
I DEPOSITS COMPARED
NOVEMBER 14,1926 $243,236.34 * §
NOVEMBER 14,1927 $297,886.13 |
OFFICERS DIRECTORS |
V. G. Taylor, President J. S. Ayeis, Henry O. Peel, J. H. D. Peel, S. E.
Henry D. Peel, V. Pres. J. H. D. Peel, V. Pres. Roberson, W. S. Gurganus, B. S. Cowin, RA.
Paul Bailey, Cashier 1 Bailey, V. G. Taylor, A, L. Roebuck 3j|
A CHECK OF THE ABOVE STATEMENT WILL SHOW YOU WHAT I
WE ARE DOING, AND UPON THE STRENGTH OF THIS STATEMENT, |
ITS OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS WE SOLICIT YOUR GOOD BUSINESS |
AND WILL GUARANTEE THE SERVICE YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. |
Tuesday, November 22, 1927