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I (U II WE SELL SAFETY FOR OUR DEPOSITORS'FUNDS. WE SELL BOOKKEEPING SERV- 5
| We riaVC ICE WE SELL THE PRIVILEGE OF SENDING YOUR MONEY. THROUGH THE MAILS.
I Si imPtKina tn Spll WE SELL ALL KINDS OF SERVICE AT REASONABLE RATES. IF INTERESTED IN
I . O SAFE AND SOUND BANKING WE WILL BE GLAD TO TALK TO YOU.
J THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
8S Service With Safety for 22 Years Williamston, North Carolina
Mr. Cleve Taylor, of Itoberaonville,
was here attending, to
business matters. P
Mr. and Mrs. Lwn Stalls and chil
dren and Miss Eula Fae JSiyley spent
Sunday afternoon in Eden ton.
Miss Martha Anderson returned to
Dunn where she is teaching in the
Dunn schools. She was accompanied
as tar as Kocky Mrtunt by Mr. James
Mi. ,Paul Kicks, of Kinstim, was
her*; a short while Sunday afternoon
Attorney J. C. Smith, iff Koher,.on
ville, was a business visitor In re thi:
ITti'ining. ■ • '
Four Tax Dodgers Fined
In Mecklenburg Court
Charlotte, Nov. 28. —The first crim
inal court action again si tii* dodgers
in the history of Mecklenburg county
was invoked today and four pet
sotis fined for failure to list their
property for" taxation tor 1027. They
were K. A. Meixel. H. C 4 Federal, C.
C. Jtrown and C. R. Howards all of
Charlotte. Judge Fred Helms in
county recorder's court fined them
§'2o. Sach. The judge lectured thein
on the) benefits of gov- rnment and
told them the, obligation was on them
as on others, to share in the-cost.
Other criminal actions against de
linquents will follow.
At one time this year then wore
about «,>oo delinquents, but warn
ings that warrant* would be issued,
drove them in by the hundreds to
list taxes in November that were
scheduled to have been listed in
April and May.
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V U\S. Shows Decrease
agil" says I)r. John R.
Agriculture, "the British Isles .we re
prominent in agriculture, partieMirly
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"Great hydro-electric developments are going on everywhere development for the entire U.titeu States las.t year was to be
. ... It is the most hepeful omen that has come to my at- found in the Southern States ...
» tention during my life." —Hon. A. F. Lever, President of First
Carolinas Joint »Stocls;-Land Bank, Columbia, South Carolina."" "... Great hydi o-electric developments are going on
(i everywhere. . . . It is the most hopeful omen that has come to
Mr. Lever goes 011 to say " . .v. but if diversification in , my attention during my life. To me it means the real new South,
the South is to be profitable the consuming population of which for nearly two generations we have written and spoken
must be increased. and yet have, not seen. Hydro-electric power is the magic wand 4
"The outstanding need of southern agriculture, in fact of t * lat ' s to bring salvation to the South, especially to the South
the South itself. a well-maintained balance between agricul- * east - a Nation that will bring freedom and comfort and hap
ture and industry, between the farm producer and the consumer * P mess to our small farmer-a salvation that will inaugurate, on
} of his products > a sound economic basis, a system of diversified agriculture . . .
JJ t ... What we need most is a diversity of mdustry . . . All this is
Few of us realize that the South is becoming industrial- come through the harnessing of our rivers and streams and
ized ... nearly one-half of the total increase in water-power distribution of electric power ..."
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Virginia Electric and Power Company
W. E. WOOD, PRESIDENT J.T.CHASE, MANAGER ... V' ROANOKE RAPIDS,N.C.
in livestock growing. For many yeais
this has been subordinated to. Indus,
trial development. The United States
i:- undergoing a similar change. In tin
last 25 years the population has in
creased but there are 11-
000, (HMi fewer beef cattle, P, 000,000
fewer sheep and 2,000,000 fewer
.-.wine. Dairy cattle have IticreuHed a
'.ioUt H,OM',(X)O, so there is a tiet de
crease of about 14,000,000 food ani
COMMISSIONER'S RESALE OF
l'nder and by virtue of authority
vested in the undersigned commission
er In order of the superior court of
Martin i ountv North (.Krolitia, in a
special proceeding entitled, H. B.
Bennett and fiTTiers e>. parte, wherein
a raise in- the hid having been made,
and a 1 resale ordered. I shall offer for
sale at public auction, to the highest
bidder lor cash, at the courthouse door
al Williamston, North arolina. on
I riiliiy, December 2nd, !927. at 12 o'-
clock noon tin- following tract or par
cel of land situate I and lying in the
county of Martin. Slaw of North Car
olina, and hounded, as follows, t« wit:
Hounded on thi- north by the lands
of J. ii: Stat* >-n, cm the east by Sweeten'
\\ at'er t reek, on the south by Noah
I luff and J. 11 Statou, and on the
west by Dauifl-Statou Mill' Road;
coiilaiuing one hundred and twenty
(120) acreur more or less,
I his lot 11. xliiv ol November, 1027
R, I. COBURN.
mIS 2tw Commissioner. •
llavm ■ Ibis da' qualified as cxecu
tor tinder the-will of the late Alfred
I Mndlin. deceased. all pel sons hold
tug claims against the said Alfred 1'
Mofl-tin arc herebv notified l»—f-'riseiU
s.mie t> ine foi payment on > r t>et"re
the 23rd day of November, I 1 2K or ibis
Wirier wilt- be |dfaN in hwr- "l their
recovery. All persons indebted to said
estate will please come forward and
make immediate payment of sanr.\_
Ibis 23rd (Uiv ot Novemhir 1 ''27.
*JUK G. MOD I. IN.
1125 tit Executor of All red h. Modlin
is a prescription for
COLDS. GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE.
BILIOUS FEVER AND MALAKIA
WANT lip: GIRLS TO LOOP AND
I knit; experienced >r Inexperienced,
Come to see or write Walker Knitting
Mills, Tirbofo, N. C. s3O 20t
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
Oil & Paint Co., Cleveland,
Ohio. n22 3t
I I'M.l' WAXIKi >: YOI SCi MAN
over Iti years to manage local store.
I tir'rivefy experience necessary. Apply
I in own writing to the N. ( . Stores.
71 iTi'., Elizabeth ity,,N. 17 n2V 2t
i OS'K FORD COrPE FOR SALE:
In good shapc ill- every way, at
tractive price. ( It. Harrison, Cen
llral Service Station
HAVE VOU SEEN THE BAgY
i i > clone"Now on display? Barn
| hill Motor Co. ' * It
I I 11lA 7*~ ol Nu - •' BHOA IS ON
| hand. Ueady lor peanut field; Har
rison Bros l'(i. It
i AKI.I" i.oi >!■ MF.ATVJ&UK
-ale off the racks at reasonable
priei '. J. I), Bmyin,.William ton, N.
i i , Route 5. - n296tch
■>s tHi Kl'.W SKI) «l OK *UKTl t : HN OK
j I dark and yellow dog. hall huund,
I white tip *>n tail. Stolen from- my
h"iiie ahout a week ago. .•. I', (ind
.iid. \\ illianistoji. I-:■ MI II- I n2'' .It
I 111 I ATi: IMPROVED ST'AK IS
a 200,000 mile car. (lorh.tm Motor
(EARLY JERSEY WAKEFIELD
cabbage plants; 20c hundred, $1.50
| th u~,and; 5 to 10 thousand $1.25 thou
-1 sand. Prices, on large Jots. Very I>cst
seed sown right, -grown Tight. 17 years
j experience in plant growing. East
j Side farm quality plants are known
everywhere. Orders filled front now'
till March 1, 1928. J. L. Holliday,
j Williamston,- N. C. n5 Btpd
WF. INVITE YOl' TO COMPARE
i the parts of the late Improved Star
motor with any other car in its price
class. Uaruhill Motor to. It
LOST.-STOLEN, OK STRAYED
way: Bull dog, gray. body with
white head and. white spots. Finder
' please return to Rev. Haw kins, .11S
, Sycajwore St., Williamston. and re
ceive reward. n29 2t
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NOTICE: WF. HAVE KKNTFD
the garage of Mr Aarm Smith, at
Parmele, and are prepared to do re
pair work ,on all kinds id cars. We
sell repair parts at, reasonable*prices.
All 'Work guaranteed. James, attd
James: u2V 3t
K KWAHD: A WRl'i TEN TWELVE
months. Agreement, SWt.(K) for every
motor bearing you burn out and .re
pairs free on all -Star cars. Baruliill
Motor Co. _ .It
'WANTED: A CROPPER
experienced in growing
tobacco and peanuts, in
splendid agricultural sec
tion of Bertie County. Call
T. Gillam, jr.. Bank of
Windsor, or call in person
at once. n25 4t
BY L'SING 1111>11 t.KADIv MAC
nesimn limesti-ne containing 30 to
38 per cent magnesium carbonate the
tobacco station «t Ox-ojrd got an av
erage annual increase hi tobacco of S6B
per a«|rc for 5 consecutive years. You
can get it, too, by using MASCOT
Agricultural Lime. Set* your local
MASCOT dealer or write AMKRI
t AN LIMESTONE t 0., Knoxville,
V,'ANTED: TWO LIVE MARRIED
men to take subscriptions in this ter
ritory for a well-known pnblication.
Pays weekly salary. Year round
work. No whisky heads wanted. Ap
ply in person at Atlantic Hotel on
Thursday, December Bth, 9 to 10 a. m.
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WILL MAKE GOOD ALLOW
ance on all Star cars. The trade-in
value is higher than other tight cats.
Harnhill Motor Co. . It
PECANS. PEAR S, PLI'MS,
peaches, Japan Persimmons, orna
mentals. All well grownr Prices
r:ght. Ask for information and
prices. J. B. Wight, Cairo, Ga. n8 8t
LIME MAKES THE LAND WORK
better, the fertilizer act better, the
manure* and organic matter rot' bet
ter, and the legumes grow better."
See your local dealer for "MASCOT,"
the Standard Agricultural Limestone,
or write American Limestone Co.,
Tenn. o 25 lit
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a power of sale con
tained in that certain deed of trust ex
ecuted by Sophia ("ratt. to the under
signed trustee and hearing date i»t Jan
uary Ist, 1921, and of record in the
public registry of Martin County in
book U-2. at page 243, Aaid deed of
trust having been given to secure .the
payment of a certarii note of even date
and tenor therewith, and default hav
ing been made iii the payment of said
note, and the terms and conditions in
sard deed of trust, not having been
complied with, and at'the request of
the holder of said note the under
signed trustee will, oil. Tuesday, the
A Body Builder for Pale, Deli
cat* Children. It Reatorea
Health, Energy and Rosy
Cheek* by Purifying and En
riching the Blood. Improvea
the Appetite. Plaaaant to
27th day of December, 1927, at 12 o'-
clock m.. at the courthouse door of
Martin County, at Williamston. N. C.,
offer at public sale to the highest bid
der for cash the following described
real estate, to wit:
Beginning at A crossing in winding
branch at W. K. Cratt'g corner, tlience
ahmg the Cratt path westerly course
to the corner of the fence, thence a
northerly course down said path to
Mrs. Alice Harris' line and C. A. Lee's
line to a chopped gun) in the branch,
thence an easterly course down said
branch to a corner in winding branch
to the beginning, containing-J5 acres
and Iteing a part of lands deeded to
Plenty of vegetables—yes; but for real appetiz
ing, nourishing, and satisfying food you must
have meat—good meat —fresh meat. Cool days
demand energy-building foods, and there is no
substitute for meat. Let us cut you a nice juicy
beet oi pork roast for this Sunday's dinner. Every
housewife knows that meat is 70 per cent of every
We Sefl for Less
Tuesday, November 29,1927
the xaid Sophia Cratt by Mc. G. Cratt
l>y deed of record in book G-l, imik*
197, in Martin County public registry,
referred to as the home tract.
This 26th day of November, 1927.
A. R DUNNING,
"29 4tw Trustee.
YOUR case of PILES
to BO different from ether*. and If OTKM
l»w obtained absolute relief by ultf
PAZO OINTMENT, eo eea you.
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