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In Wutmqton Yfittenday In Tmtm Monday
Mrs. J. S. Rhodes and Mrs. 0. S. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roberson, of
Ahrferaon spent yesterday in Wash- Farm Life school section, were ia
ingon. town trading Monday.
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Return to Fredericksburg Here Yesterday S
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. James and R- W. Saisbury, of Hamilton, was
child returned yesterday to Freder- in town yesterday.
icksburg, Va., after visiting relatives „ „ . •
here. From RobertamniUe
- » Misses Violet Rogers, Marjorie
Here From FamviUe Rogers, Annie Louise Taylor, and
Miss Cora Lee Patterson, of Mrs " A * P B * rnhill - of Robersonville,
Farmville, visited her aunt, Mrs. j. here yesterday.
c. Miontog, ih, pm mt .
„ ■ Professor and Mrs. D. N. Hix left
wd M„ s«. " here f
ot Japwym, visitors s the next aewnl weeks
Spend Week-tad at Buyview
In Durham Sunday Messrs. Francis Barnes and C. D.
Mr. C. B. Clark and son, Billie, Carstarphen spent the week-end with
were in Durham Sunday to sew Claud friends at Bayvkw.
Baxter, jr., who is in a hospital there. ♦— —
You(g Mr. Clark b recovering from Here Prom RokersomiHe
a serious operation for ma&toiditis, Attorney J. C. Smith, of Rober
but will be con6ned to the hospital eonville, was here for a short while
lor some time. ' yesterday morning.
dr. V. H. WWBQRN u Wilson
bM g,.P«S o>irrß "^ n .. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Manning are
cobwaonville at Palmer's Drug Stort, in Wilson today, where Mr. Man-
MotJth!* AftW TWnl ning it attending a meeting of tha
WiUiaauton, at Qaris trustees of Atlantic Christian Col-
Third Sunday of
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Don't Fail to Enter Your Baby
• YtutOr Younaar
rot OUR BABY PHOTO CONTEST
Wed., Thurs., and Fri.
MAY 25th. 26th, and 27th
FROM »A.M.TO9 9. M. Rftftf O* IHIHV
Thraa beautiful and naefal kMMkotd sUta to ba awarded. ThU .
la not a bawjy coataac Na Mf MnM| to enter. Wa h*v«
aecured tha aanriaaa of a higb-gnj. ProfeeaionjJ Baby Photograph-
Harrison Brtthers & Co.
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PRACTICAL in that you can wear them most any
plaCAt ..far spocta... for shopping-. .. in the home—
Cc4of», that: will keep through no endings of tubbings.
Smnmcary-loeking and coel, toot with their ilecwetei* or
quatJetrikeve and open neck-lince. We jusfcfcnu m yau'Jl
- want several)
Plaiibtoari wtmres or lowly, ntodmm Pilmtw im
PERCALES BEACH CLOTHS '—~ PIQXJSS
IRISH LINENS PONGEES
Colors: Green, Blue, liaise, Peach ,
Returns From Norfolk
Mrs. DftwM Keel has rtfcwnad from
Norfolk, where she visited Mr. and
Mn. C. W. Keith.
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In Tmu Monday
Mr. Sylvester Pfcel, chairman of
the Madia County Board of Elec
tions, was here yesterday preparing
the 5,006 county Democratic primary
ballots and 900 township ballots.
Mrs. W. H. Miselle, of Robenon
ville, was a visitor here Monday.
Here From Colerahte
Dr. Charles Roebuck, of Coleraine,
was in town yesterday on profession
Visits Relatives If ore
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peel, of Wil
lianston, Route 1, visited relatives
Shoppers Mere hlondmy v
Misses Dorothy Carson and Paul
ina Aakew and O. W. Hamilton,, of
Jamesvltle, shopped here yesterday.
Spend* Week-End Here
Miss Josephine Harrison, student
at Bast Carolina Teachers College,
of Greenville, spent last week-end
here with ber mother, Mrs. T. F. Har
Attends Dance in Tarboro
Miss Frances Williams attended
dance in Tarboro last night.
Return From Nags Heed
Messrs. Frank Carstaiyfien and
Boyd Hight returned Sunday from
Nags Head, where they spent sev
eral days last week.
In Fredericksburg, Va.
William James, jr., is in Freder
icksburg, Va., this week visitng his
brother, Mr. H. C. James, and Mrs.
Here Monday - -
Mr; Tom Swain of Plymouth, was
in town yesterday for a few hours.
VhM Mr. and Mm. Margolis
Mr. fid Passman, of New York,
sptpt the west sml here with Mr.
Leave for New Bern
Mrs. John R. Browning and lit
tle daughter, Shirley, left for her
home in New Bern yesterday after
visiting relatives here for several
Returns From KittreU
Whit Purvis, jr., returned Satur
-1 day from Kittrell, where he visited
' his father for several days.
Attorney W. L. Whitley, of Ply
mouth, was in town Monday on bus
Mr. J. E. King will return tomor
row froln Richmond, Va., where he
has been for several days in the in
terest of the W. I. Skinner Company.
Beaux Arts Club
Jamesville. —Mrs. Carl Barefoot
very graciously entertained the
Beaux Arts Club at her home Thurs
day evening at 8 o'clock. After four
spirited progressions, top score for
girls was awarded Hazel Martin, and
top score for boys going to Wallace
! Fleming. Consolation was awarded
The hostess, assisted by Hazel
Martin, served a delicious salad
course and iced tea.
Club members present were: Fan
nie L. Martin, Edith Stallings, Ca
mille Fleming, Louise Paxton, and
Ruth Modlin. Invited guests in
cluded Pauline Askew, Hazel Mar
j tin, James Smithwick, Onward Gay
lord, James Long, David Modlin,
Harry Martin, Wallace Fleming, Os
car Davenport, and Carl Barefoot.
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Miss Dorothy Archer Blount, of
Washington, was married to Mr.
Hugh B. Anderson, of Williamston,
at the home of the bride's mother on
West Second Street there last Satur
day afternoon, Rev. W. D. Mcln-|
nis, of the First Presbyterian church'
of Washington, performing the cere-j
mony. Only a few intimate friends
, of the young couple and a few close'
relatives witnessed the certmony.
Following a short wedding trip,!
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are making
their home in Washington.
Mrs. Anderson is the daughter of
Mrs. H. N. Mount and is very pop
ular in this part of the 9tate, where 1
she has many friends.
Mr. Anderson, son of Mrs. J. W
Anderan, of this piaae is cenntcteri
with thl Stale and FMwl market
■ ing bureaus, and is well known in
I Eastern North Carolina and the mar- 1
|keting csnlsrt of the country, where'
jhe has wariMd during the past sev
| Ila»laa this day qualified «xee«-
! ,0r * **•«*»» J Bllaabe«h Simp
son, lata of WlttlaaMSan, N. C., all per
haMtar eleles against said ee
|tsto are liseabj wariOad to prasent the
•aaia to tha undersigned or this notice
wiH ba pleaded in bar of the recovery
of tha Mm*. All parsons indebted to
•aid estate will pl«as« come forward
sad main immediate payment of same.
E. G. BAGLEY,
Eaaeutor of tha Eatate of Elizabeth
Cobnrw and Cobarn, attorney. al9 6t
NOTICK OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the authority
contained ia that certain deed of trust
executed to the undersigned trustee
by John Roberson and wife, Sylvia
Roberson, on the 24th day of July,
1926, and of record in the public reg
istry of Martin County, in Book Y-2,
at page 11, said deed of trust being 1
Siven to secure certain notes of even J
ate aad tenor therewith, and the stip
ulations therein contained not having
been complied with, at the request of
the parties interested, the undersigned
trustaa will, on Wednesday, the 23rd
day of June, 1932, at 12 o'clock noon,
>n front of the courthouse door in the
town of Williamston, North Carolina,
offer for sale, to the highest bidder,
far cash, the following described prop
otr , .
Beginning at Robert Gurganus cor
ner on Main Street in the town of
Williamston, North Carolina, thence
N. 86 W. 440 feet; thence S. 76 E. 90
feet; thence N. 4 E. 400 feet; thence
N. 61 W. 175 feet; thence N. 35 E.
264 feet; thence N. 32 1-2 W. 439 feet;
thence S. 44 W. 360 feet; thence "N.
13 1-3 W. 235 feet; thence S. 76 W.
128 feet; thence S. 46 E. 60 feetthence
S. 1 E. 560 feet; thence S. 45 E. 215
faet; S. 10 E. 160 feet, S. 26, W. 372
fset, S. 1 E. 230 feet, S. 3 E. 275 efet;
thence N. 60.39 W. 200 feet; thence N.
3 E. 127 feet, S. 68 E. 200 feet, S. 88 1
1.2 E. IIS feet, S. 11 E. 29 feet, S. |
II E. 48 feet; thence S. 11 E. 125 feet
to Main Street in the Town of Wil- ]
liamston, and being the same land de-|
■Bribed in a deed of trust from the !
Kan tors to the North Carolina Joint
oclc Laad Bank of Durham of rec
ord ia book X-2, at page 341.
Dated this the 23rd day of May 1932.
E. S: PEEL,
anr24 4tw Trustee.
Whaaler Martin, Attorney.
NOTICI O* TBUSrarS SALS
99 LANDS UNDER POWER IM
ODD or TRUST
Under and by virtue of the power)
SBd authority conferred by a certain i
diad of trust dated April 30tb, 1926,
fw O. T. Everett and wife, Mattic
Jrerett, to Raleigh Banking and Trust
Campanr, trustee, recorded In the of-,
fise the Relator of Deeds for Mar
is Cooaty; North Carolina, in book
x-2, at page 299, said Raleigh Bank
■w# * Trust Company having been
duly removed and the Commerchl Na
tional Bank Of Raleigh and Leon S.j
Brassficld, substituted therefor as trus-|
■ tees thereunder by instrument record-'
, ed in the office of the Register of 1
Deeds for Martin County; and the
| Commercial National Bank of Raleigh
having been removed and J. Oranbury
Tucker having bfcen substituted there
for as fi us tee thereunder by insttu-'
ment recorded in the office of the Reg- f
ister of Deeds for Martin County; all
as provided in said d«nl of trust; de
fault having been made in the payment'
of the indebtedness secured by said j
deed of trust and the owner and holder
of said indebtedness having duly re
quested said substituted trustees to in- i
stitute foreclosure proceedings accord-!
ing to the provisions of said deed of!
trust; the undersigned substituted trus
tees will offer for sale and sell to the)
highest bidder for cash at the Martin
County courhouse door in William
ston, N. C., at 12 o'clock M.„ on
t WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15th. 1932 I
All that certain tract or parcel of
land situate in Martin County, Ham
ilton Township, State of North Caro
lina, and described as follows;
On Highway No. 125 from Hatnil«
ton to Oak City, three miles from Oak
City, lying and being in Hamilton
Township, Martin County, North Car- j
olina, and near the corporate limits of
the town of Hamilton, adjoining the
lands of R. W. Salsbury and brother.
Mrs. J B. Everett, Fred Barnhill,
Harry Waldo, and others, and bound- ,
ed as follows:
Beginning inthe center of the Ham- '
iltQtt and Oak City road at the point
where the ditch which drains Great
Branch crosses said road; thence along
said road north 87 degrees 30 minutes
west 90 links to the corner of the ne
gro cemetery lot; thence north 51 de- '
grees 30 minutes west 7.10 chains and
south 35 degrees west 5 chains back
to the road; thence along said road
north 87 degrees 30 minutes west 4.85 j
chains jnorth 79 degrees 15 minutes 1
west 9.50 chains; north 72 degrees 3(1 1
minutes west 9.30 chains; north 70
degrees 30 minutes west 20.15 chains; i
north 78 degrees 15 minutes west 17.20
chains to Harry Waldo's corner; '
thence north 21 degrees 45 minutes
east 22.50 chains; and north 80 degrees
west 10.50 chains to Kerd Barnhill's
line; thence north 20 degrees east 17.70
chains; and north 88 degrees west 23.10
chains to B. B. Sherrod; thence north
4 degrees 45 minutes west 10.95 chains?
to a post oak; north 10 degrees 30 min
utes east 6.27 chains to a pine, corner]
of R, W. Salshury & Brother; thence |
south 82 degrees east 10.60 chains to.
apinO- stump: north 33 degrees 45
minutes east 3.15 chains to a pine;'
north 74 degrees 30 minutes east 9.75 J
chains; thence south 38 degrees 30:
minutes east 29.20 chains to the lands'
of Mrs. ). B. Everett; thence south'
19 degrees 30 minutes east 6.50 chains I
to the head of Fig Pen Branch; thence,
with said branch south 14 degrees 30!
I minutes west 7.75 chains to the end
j of the ditch in said branch; thence
with said ditch south 26 degrees 30
I minutes east 3.75 chains; south 36 de
| grees 45 minutes east 4.45 chains;
south 50 degrees 15 minutes east 16.90
I chains; and south 76 degrees 30 min
| utes east 9.20 chains; thence north 36
I degrees east 25.65 chains to Stokes'
| corner; thence south 61 degrees east
6 chains; south 48 degrees 45 minutes
east 3.72- chains; south 40 degrees east
j 2.43 chains; south 36 degrees 30 min-
I utes east 2.51 chains; south 43 de
grees 30 minutes cast 4 chains; and
| south 40 degrees 30 minutes east 2.47
| chains; thence south 70 degrees 30 min
utes west 70 links; south 17 degrees
| 15 minutes east 4.50 chains; south 21
I degrees 15 minutes east 3.25 .chains to
' a gate post; thence along a (Jitch on
the edge of Great Branch; south 10
I degrees west 7.68 chains; south 26 de-!
, grees west 6.90 chains; and south 52
degrees 45 minutes west 8.40 chains to!
I the beginning; containing 284.82 acres,
more or less, and being composed of |
' the following tracts or parcels of land
.conveyed to said O. T. Everett; Jo
seph Purvis and wife, deed dated Sep
tember 10th, 1919, and recorded in
Martin County Registry in book Y-l,
page 362. James Hooker and Harry
Davis and wives by deed dated Febru
. ary 7, 1918, and of record in said
| registry in book T-l, page 314. J. B.
| Anthony and wife by deed dated Janu
ary 22, 1917, and of record in book
I L-l, page 436. M. P. Taylor and wife
by deed dated November sth, 1910,
and of record in book YYY, page 400.
Joseph Purvis and wife by deed dated
September 10, 1919, and of record in
book Y-l, page 363. A. Sherrod and
wife by deed dated December 26th,
1905, and of record in book MMM,
page 471. Clara Everett by deed dat
ed December 15, 1919, and of record
in book B-2, page 471.
Excepting from the above descrip
tion the following land:
Beginning at a- point in Pig Pen
Branch, corner of Clara and J. B.
Everett land; thence north 36 east
25.65 chains to the corner of Clara Ev
erett and Stokes heirs land; thence
south 61 degrees east 6 chains; south
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Sulphate of Ammonia
WILL BE HERE THE LATTER PART OF THIS WEEK
OR THE EARLY RART OF NEXT WEEK. SEE US BE
FORE BUYING. I® CAN SAVE YOU MONEY AND AT
THE SAME TIMEGIVE YOU THE BEST AMMONIA ON
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LINDSLEY ICE COMPANY [
2.43 chains; south 16.30 east 2.51
chains; south 43.30 east 4 chains; south
40-30 east 2.47 chains, south 70-30 west
70 chains; thtfnce southwest course
27.60 chains to Pig Pen Braftch; thence
along said branch' to the beginning,
containing 34.42 acres, and being the
.uL U"'l -* s .designated on
HOSFORD t I
is successfully direct- 1
ing the music and as- I
sisting in conducting I
the services during I
COME OUT TO I
THESE SERVICES ||
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All Tliis Week
GOOD SINGING GOOD PREACHING
Come and bring the family. Services begin
promptly every night at 8 o'clock.
"HERE'S A START
FOR YOU . . SON"
The youth who appreciates the value of in
surance is bound to get x>n in this world. He
knows that without it he is handicapped . . .
without it he has to pass up many a good oppor
tunity. Hence, we suggest you give the Boy
Graduate an INSURANCE POLICY.
W. & PEELE
map of Clara Everett to O. T. Er
This the 11th day of May, 1932.
J. GRANBERY TUCKER and
LEON S. BRASSFIELD,
Winston & Tucker, attorneys at law,
Raleigh, N. C. myl7 4tw
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