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Friday, July 29,1932
I gSh I Society &P 1 »S., I
HlwU.irt.lni MillhWlißllillllilllHiMllillilllll Hill ||
In Town Yesterday
Messrs. Eli Rodgers and Jim Gray,
of Roberaonville, were in town yes
terday on business.
Attends Picnic at Edenhouse
A. J.' Mining attended the Ma
sonic Picnic at Edenhouse Beach yes
Risking Her Aunt
Miss Mary Jane Pendleton, of
TroutevOje, iVa., is here
several days with her aunt, Mrs. C.
Visiting Friends Here
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hughes, of
Providence, R. 1., are spending some
- time here with friends.
Visiting Relatives Here
Miss Clara Manning, of Norfolk,
Va., is visiting relatives here this
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Tucker, of
Tennessee, were in town yesterday.
Mr. Tucker is a special representa
tive for the Sinclair Oil Company,
who is working in this territory at
the present time.
At Nags Head This Week
Mesdames Tom Anderson, of Wil
son, and W. B. Watts and son, Billie,
are spending this week at Nags Head.
Have Made This
Sale an OuUtand
ARE IN STORE
FOR YOU 4 >
To Miu Visiting
This Sale It To
Miss Real Savings
Martin County Burial
25c TO JOIN
15c Asaetsment, When a Member Dies
THIS ASSOCIATION FURNISHES:
A Nice Caaket
, An Undertaker's Service, Including Clothing
COME IN AND ASK POR INFORMATION
S. R. Biggs, Pres.
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
In Tarboro Thursday
Mr. E. S. Peel .apent yesterday in
Tarboro on professional business.
\ Returns From Nags Hern!
J Albert Leslie Clark returned yes
terday from Nags Head, where he
has been on a vacation for several
Visiting Hare This Week
Mrs. John L. Rodgerson, of Lum
berton, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. L.
P. Lindsley here this week.
At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dunning and
daughter, Mary Alice, and Miss 01-
lie Marie Roberson are spending this
week at Nags Head.
At Virginia Beach
Messrs. Lawrence Lindsley, Elbert
S. Peel, Hubert Coburn, and Francis
Barnes spent Wednesday night at
Virginia Beach, Va.
Visiting Relatives Here
Mr. and Mrs. B. Duke Critcher
and children are visiting relatives
here for several days.
In Norfolk Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Margolis
spent Wednesday in Norfolk with
Mrs. Margolis' brother, Mr. Milton
Bloom, and Mrs. Bloom.
Here from Palmyra
Mr. A. M. (Gus) Perry, of Pal
myra was a business visitor here yes
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.Sheriff J. K. Reid and County Sup
erintendent J. W. Norman, of Ply
mouth, were in town yesterday.
Dr. Jim Dugid and Jatha Mc-
Lawhorn, of Vanceboro, were here
Visiting Her Mother
Mrs. Edwin Miller, of Elizabeth
City, arrived here this week to spend
several days with her mother, Mrs.
Attend Masonic Picnic
Messrs. W. C. Manning, Bill
Spivey, Bruce Wynne, Harcum
Grimes, Roy T. Griffin, Norman Har
rison, Henry Barber Allen, and Ir
ving Margolis attended the Masonic
Picnic in Edenhouse yesterday.
Visiting Relatives Here
Miss Gladys Wiggins, of Tarboro,
is visiting relatives here this week.
Here from Florence
Mr. J. W. Berger, of Florence, S.
C. Carolina was here yesterday at
tending to business matters.
In Norfolh This Week
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Green and lit
tle daughter, Sylvia, went to Nor
folk Sunday. Mrs. Green and daugh
ter remained over this week to visit
friends. » \
Visiting in Ahoshie
Mrs. J. 0. Bowen and Mrs. J. L.
Robertson are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Robertson in Ahoskie.
Leaves for WhkeviUe
Miss Eva Peel will leave tomorrow
with Mr. and Mrs. Avant for White
ville, where she will be their guest
for a week. Mr. Avant, who has
been connected with the Sinclair Oil
Company here, has accepted a posi
tion in Whiteville, their home prior
to coming here, and they will leave
Saturday to take up their residence
there again. They have made many
friends here who regret their depart
In Town Wednesday
Mr. D. G. Coppage, of Vanceboro,
was In town on business Wednesday.
Here From JamesviUe
Mr. Lewis Mizelle, of Jamesville,
was a busiess bisitor here yesterday.
In Thm Thursday - *=*—
Paul and R. W. Salsbury, of Ham
ilton, were business visitors in town
Mr. James L. Coltrain, of Griffins
Township, was a visitor here yester
Visiting in AshevUle
Mrs. Leslie Fowden and little
daughter, Anne, are spending two
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Grover
Godwin, and Dr. Godwin, in Ashe
vUle. They carried Grover Godwin,
jr., home after a visit with relatives
Leaves for Western Carolina
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Martin left
today for Bear Wallow Camp in
Western Carolina to visit their son,
Wheeler, jr., who is spending the
summer in the camp.
In Charlotte and Pineville
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Cunningham
and son, George, and Dick Dunn,
jr., went to Charlotte and Pineville
this week to get Ned Cunningham
who has been visiting his grandmoth
er for some time. Mr. Cunningham's
cousin, Miss Nancy Howard, of Con
cord, returned with them and will
spend some time here as their guest.
Mr. W. J. Dunning, of Aulander,
visited his son, A. R. Dunning, and
family last week. Mr. Dunning is
82 years of age, but appears to be a
man of much fewer years and takes
an active interest in life.
Return From Kins ton
Mrs. Hubert Morton and children
(Catherine, Henry and Pat, returned
home this week from a visit to rela
tives in Kinston.
Leaves for Nags Head
Harry A. Biggs will leave Sunday
for Nags Head to spend several
weeks. He will be a guest of the Le-
Miss Julia Ann Waldo returned to
her home in Churchland, Va., after
spending several weeks here with her
aunt, Mrs. H. W. Ballard.
Miss Sarah Edmondson left Sun
day for Oakboro, where she will be
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Downs and
Miss Ruth Pippin are on a house
party at Bay view this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Starr and chil
dren, of Knoxville, Tenn., Dr. and
Mrs. Willie Sherrod, of Scotland
Nepk, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sher
rod, of Rocky Mount, spent Sunday
here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. B. Sherrod.
J. K. Moore, of Hobgood, was a
business visitor in town Tuesday.
Mr. Ashley Davenport, of Rocky
Mount, was in town for a short while
Mr. L. L. Johnson, of Calypao, vis
ited his sister, Mrs. Clara Everett,
Mr. Bob Council, of Greenville,
spent Wednesday night with Mils
Mrs. E. K. Harrell, of Oak City,
entertained member of the Hamilton
bridge dub at her home Wednesday
Having this day qualified at execu
tor of the eitate of Elizabeth Simp
ion, late of Williamtton, Martin Coun
-1 ty, North Carolina, notice is hereby
THB ENTERPRISE ~
given to all persons holding claims
against said estate to present them to
me for payment on or before the 23rd
day of May, A. D. 1933, or this no
tice will be pleaded in bar of the re
covery of the same.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make prompt settlement.
This 23rd day of May, A. D., 1932.
E. G. BAGLEY,
jy 12-6tw Executor.
P. O. Box 888, Greensboro, N. C.
Having this day qualified as admin
istrator of the estate of Mrs. Charlie
Warren, late of Martin County, notice
is hereby given to all persons holding'
claims against scaid estate to present j
same for payment on or before June
21, 1933, or this notice will be pleaded
in 'bar of the recovery of the same.
All persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment.
This 21st day of June, 1932.
J. E. WARREN.
Administrator of Charlie Warren,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO
COUNTY OF MARTIN.
In the Matter of Planters ft Merchants
Bank, Everett, N. C.
Under authority of subsection 10 of
section 218(c), Consolidated Statutes,
all persons who have claims against
the above-named bank are hereby no
tified to present proof of claim at Ever
etts, N. C., on or before the 15th day
of October, 1932.
Failure to present claim on or be
fore the aboVe date bars the claim not
presented except as to the assets of the
bank in the hands of the Commissioner
of Banks for the account of said bank
at the time the claim is presented.
Objection to the allowing of any
claim may be made by any interested
person by filing such objection in the
pending action in the office of the Clerk
of the Court of this county and by
ing a copy thereof on the Commission
er of Banks or the Liquidating Agent
of this bank.
This the 15th day of July, 1932.
S. B. KITTRELL,
Liquidating Agent of Planters and
Merchants Bank, Everetts, N, C.
Note: In filing claims for cashier's
checks, bank drafts, certificates of de
; posit, or certified checks, the particu
lar instrument must be surrendered
when proof of claim is presented.
Liquidating Agent will be at the
Bank Building in the Town of Ever
etts, N. C., on Friday of each week
during the time required for filing
claims. jy29 4tw
2Sc 100 25c 25c"
B c FEENAMINT
BABY ASPIRIN TISH HEADACHE i AXATIVF
TALCUM TABLETS POWDERS
19c 35c 19c 19c 19c
*1.50 (Full Pint) T A ¥T JPI 25c
Parke-Davis' Pure | J XV. SHOE MILK for
Vanilla Extract TVIJITri CirTAnn T WHITE SHOES
89c DRUG STORE, Inc. I9c
THERE ARE MANY SPECIALS IN THE STORE WHICH ARE NOT LISTED HERE
COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER
ttc ■ 35c ■ STARTS I . 25c I 25c De Witt's
8 ° L " TI °!1 MODESS I 0 , , NEKO FOOT
" 17 for ' I Saturday j s ^ p j powder
500 CA« STILLMAN'S 07 CA UNGUENTINE, OJ
(Pint Sise) SUC .Freckle Cream 37C 50C for Burns J4C PHILLIPS'
NYSEPTOL I Milk of Magnecia
MOUTH WASH J ar Kr "schen rr FIANCEE 7Q/» Dental Cream
Ot)v Salts OD€ «Pl Dusting Powder 1%7C
33c . 19c
* 4>l CARDUI, 7Q on. Bromo Seltzer 1Q
l Lb. RoU PI Bottle Ijl Jul Bottle 1 35c
COTTON sl i 9 , ?, u '? ian Mineral QQp "iflr ™ nds ' H ° ney4 Qo r deodorant
11/n, Oil (full quart) uU\* tlvl# Almond Cream JtFL POWDER
, WILLIAMS' OAp CI Liquid Arvon CQp -
soc Nymi*» Shaving tJream l4v «pl Dandruff Remedy Oi/C
Toilet Paper, 1(1*1 Vaginal Spray £0« ZINC OXIDE
LOTIONS ' IUI# 3 Rolls l»/l «P1 Special value U»/C OINTMENT
— |Cot»?Face| PITCHER'S 14c
I PnWnPB ■ ■ (Pull Pint)
He Da WKrt B fOWUtK | CASTOR , A . ■ M;lkof ■ , 1M
Cocoanut Oil 1 L ip ST ICK I I Magnesia I B. B. B.
SHAMPOO I gg c I IQp I I Blood Tonic
50c . 50c Regular 60c 50c Pull Pint
KOLYNOS GILLETTE DANDERINE ARMAND'S RUBBING
Tooth Paste Razor Blade* HAIR TONIC Face Creama ALCOHOL
34c 2 for 79c 43c 34c 34c
SALE OP VALUABLE FARM
Under and by virtue of the author
ity conferred upon us in a deed of trust
executed by M. L. Bunting and wife,
Susie Bunting, on the 19th day of
July, 1924, and recorded in Book T-2,
page 59, we will on Saturday, the 27th
day of August, 1932, 12 o'clock noon,
at the courthouse door in Martin
County, Williamston, N. C., sell at pub
lic auction, for cash, to the highest
bidder, the following land, to wit:
All that certain tract, piece, or par
cel of land, containing 184 7-10 acres,
more or less, situate, lying and being
OH the road leading from Oak City to
Hobgood about 2 miles northwest of
the town of Oak City, Goose Nest
Township, Martin County, N. C„ ad
joining the lands of Matthews, et als,
on the N. and E., lands of Richard
Warren, Lester Harrell, Forbes, and
Barr on the S., lands of N. J. Mayo
on the W., and the lands of P. L. Sals
bury on the northwest and more par
ticularly described as follows: Begin
ning on the road leading from Oak
City to Hobgood, a corner of Mat
thews et als: thence with said road S.
SO* E. 31.60 chs., thence N. 45* 45" E.
13.80 chs., thence S. 48* E. 19.63 chs.
to 2 pine stumps; thence with the line
of Richard Warren S. 43* 30' W. 1 ch.
to the aforesaid mentioned road; thence
with a ditch S. 46* W. 8.90 chs., S.
33* 50' W. 5 ch*., S. 52* 30' W. 1 ch.,
S. 63* 30' W. 2.85 chs., S. 79* W. 1.30
chs., N. 60* W. 3.40 chs., N. 79* W.
3.70 chs., S. 72* W. 13.80 chs., S. 59*
W. 9.90 chs., to Cypress Swamp Canal;
thence with said Swamp N. 37* W. 38
chs. to a canst; tehnoe with said oanal
N. 12* E. 16 chs., thence N. 82* 18
chs. to the beginning, and being the
same land conveyed to the said M. L.
Bunting by the following deeds: B. A.
Critcher, commissioner, dated Jan. 22,
1919, and of record in Martin Co.,
Public Registry in Bk. X-l, Pg. 570,
J. C. Ross and wife, dated Oct. 14,
1919, and of record in the said Public
Registry in Bk. Y-l, Pg. 554.
The following described property is
excepted from the sale of the above de
That lot ur parcel of land adjoining
the lands of Arch Harret! and the
State Highway No. 125 and beginning
at M, L. Hunting and Arch Harrell's
corner, on said highway, thence run
ning K. with the line of M. L. Bunting
and Arch Harrell /() yds., thehce N.
from the said Hunting and Harrell
line, a straight line 35 yds., thence W.
a straight line 70 yds. to State High
way No. 125, thence S. with said
highway •-straight line to the begin
wing, being a parcel of land 70 yds.
I long by 35 yds. wide, and being the
j same land which was conveyed to the
said parties of the second part by deed
M. L. Bunting and wife, by deed dat
ed May 18, 1927, and recorded in the
public registry of Martin Co. in Bk.
IV-2, page 412, to which reference is
' This sale is made by reason of the
of M. L. Bunting and wife,
I Susie 'Bunting, to pay off and dis
charge the indebtedness secured by
. said deed of trust.
| A deposit of 10 per cent will be re
quired from the purchaser at the saie.
This the 22nd day of July, 1932.
W. G. BRAMHAM AND T. L.
BLAND, RECEIVERS FOR
FIRST NATIONAL COM
PANY OF DURHAM, INC.,
FORMERLY FIRST NA
TIONAL TRUST COM
PANY. DURHAM, N. C.
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NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Under and by virtue of the power of
sale contained in a certain deed of
trust executed to the undersigned trus
tee by William Rufhn and wife, Bes
sie Ruflin, on the 24th day of January,
1928, and of record in the public reg
istry of Martin County in Book Y-2
at page 392, said deed of trust having
been given to secure a certain note oi
even date and tenor therewith, default
having been made in the payment of
same and the Stipulation contained in
the deed of trust not having been com
plied with and at the request of the
holder of said note .the undersigned
trustee will, on Saturday, the 13th day
of August, f932, at 42 o'clock M. in
front of the courthouse door in the
Town of Williamston, N. C., offer
for sale to the highest bidder for cash,
the following described real estate,
to-wit: . j
Being a house and lot situate in the
Town of Williamston, N. C., and be
ginning at S. R. Keddick's corner on
Reddick Street and running westward-1
Clears Up Sluggish Feeling
"I have used Thedford'i Black- !
Draught for constipation for *
long time," write* Mrß. Frank Cham
pion. of Wynne. Ark.
"If I get up In the morning feeling
dull and sluggish, a done of Black- I
Draught taken throe times a day will ;
cause the feeling to pass away, and
In a day or two I feel like a new
person. After many years of use wo
would not exchange Black-Draught
for any medicine.",
i*. H. —lf you CinumiN, gi ve
them the new, plaaiant-taitlng
BYKVP of Thtdford't Blavk-Draui/lxt.
ly along said S. R. Reddick's line 110
feet to Bill Thompson'* line, thence
southward along said Bill Thompson's
line 48 feet to a post, thence along Bill
Thompson's line eastwardly to an iron
stob on Reddick Street, thence along
Reddick Street to the beginning, and
being the same land deeded to P. W.
Wright by William and Hattie
Thompson on tfce 9th day of April,
1921, which said deed is of record in
the public registry of Martin County
in Book E-2 at page 112, and being
the identical land and premises this
day deeded to William Ruffin and wife,
Bessie Ruffin, by Elbert S. Peel, trus
This the 13th day of July, 1932,
ELBERT S. PEEL,
jy 15-4tw Trustee.
Having qualified as executrix and
executor of the estate of James A. Ev
erett, late of Williamston, Martin
County, notice is hereby given to all
persons, firms, or corporations hold
ing claims against said estate to pre
sent same for payment to "the under
signed on or before the 30th day of
May, 1933, or this notice will be plead
ed in bar of the recovery of same.
All persons indebted to the -said es
tate are hereby requested to make im
mediate payment of same.
This 30th day of May, 1932. *
ROLAND EVERETT, Executrix,
W. H EVERETT, Executor, of
James H. Everett, deceased. je2B 6tw
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