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Friday, December 2,1932
| Oab Meeting*
In Tomm Wednesday
Mr. W. G. Hardison and son, Dan
id, of Jamesville Route 1, were in
town Wednesday shopping.
Mr. H. S. Everett, of Oak City,
was in town Wednesday.
In Raleigk Wednesday
Mesdames Frank Hitch and Oscar
Anderson spent Wednesday in Ra
Dr. Edgar Long, of Hamilton-, was
in town Wednesday on professional
Visits Her Mother Here
Miss Marjerie Taylor, of Raleigh,
visited her mother, Mrs. J. R. Keel,
near here, during the week-end.
In Town Tuesday
Mr. Roy Taylor, of Williamston
Route 2, was a business visitor here
Prom Farm Life
Mrs. G. E. and J. A. Roberson and
Miss Cots Lee Roberson, of Farm
Life, were here for a short while yes
Here From Everetts
Messrs. C. B. Riddick and J. S.
Ayers, of Everetts, were business vis
itors here yesterday afternoon.
figure it out, yourself
Ml at MW Goodroora a A— lbl«
IIUII**.. km* BOW traoda but about
TWICE M ln( M coal mfc m on hot
rnada. So Goodrwra put oo now
mm w* ho pnetkaUr a* too* oo now
lo» Mtt wiai and mmao. You'll bo
»»■•!« Hi frooa aklda and froo from tfco
Wl'MMir W| oI tiro iraaUa all wtatar.
H ■ 4.75-19 The QUALITY tire
■ Other SltM In
CENTRAL SERVICE STATION
Blount-Harvey Co., Inc.
DEPARTMENT STORE GREENVILLE, N. C.
A Sale Of Men's Topcoats
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Fifteen men's good quality top coat«, formerly About 20 good coats that formerly sold up to
sold up to 125.00, in fancy patterns, no two alike. $35.00, in good patterns. Also a few blues—all
All plain back models and all good coats. Just a plain-back models—a wonderful buy for the man
clean-up at this give-away price— who needs a good quality coat for little price—
27 MEN'S SUITS *
Twist fabrics and worsteds, all silk lined and * 40 MBNt SUITS
hand-tailored coats in blues, oxford gray and . Formerly sold up to sls and $25. All good
blue-gray shades. Sizes 34 to 42. Friday and Sat- patterns, including some blues. A real buy for
urday— you Friday and Saturday. See these.
ifUJgFSXS. ,OVB ' S " m 0l ™""' "J""" »«w HATS MEN
AT SPECIAL PRICES Aboot „ ht)niaM , In bin tto It. For boy
AfcMt so of tbaao in iln> «to bona raita. Coat and ona tafck- A, », C and D. ***>
It. in tarowna, Um, and faacia* m Siaaa Sto IS. Spacial Fri- * ad
formarljr pricad |4JI to 112.10. day and Saturday— , crowna and brima. All
!*■ « M to 7 14. Ju>t dx
$2.95 - $4.93 40 1Q 69C
YOUTHS'and MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS SWEATERS
WORK PANTS la jrounc man'a aad prap aiaaa. AU wool j UMt f>a right weight SHOES
_ .( tn anA M « to w * r n»d« roar coat Boy*'
Haavy cotton for wintar wwr. 15 t0 u * nd 30 to 3#. Brown, . . .. , u . . , - ,
Ail tiMt u in oji i i gray and tin , Sec thm 91.50 Mint oxfords In good styin.
AU - ™ nta. for- Btack and brown-odd pair, ol
A A _ - »»«* "boaa. Valoaa up to f5.
98c& $1.48 $1.98 98c n.M&52.95
Society & Personals
M■% KLBIKT a. PftßL, Uter
Mr. B. R. Barnhill, of Durham,
visited relatives here this week.
In Town Thursday
Messrs. Charles T. Roberson and
Perlie Getsinger, of Griffins, were
here yesterday attending to business.
Attorneys Carl L. Bailey and W.
L. Whitley, of Plymouth, were here
yesterday attending to professional
In Town Yesterday
Mr. M. D. Taylor, of Bear Grass,
attended to business matters here
In Greenville Thursday
Mr. N. C. Green was in
yesterday attending a meeting of all
the auto license dealers of the east
ern part of the state.
Leaves for Tennessee
Mr. Jay Griffin will leave this
week for Greenville, Tenn., where he
will work on the tobacco market for
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hudson, of
Dunn, announce the birth of a son,
Marion Roberson, on November 29, !
1932. Mrs. Hudson, before her mar
riage, was Miss Gladys Roberson, of
TUWPAV rn .PAT
Leaves for Kentucky
, Mr. Roy Griffin will leave Satur
day for Danville, Ky., where he wil
be employed by a tobacco warehousi
for several weeks.
s On Kentucky Markets
Messrs. W. R. Ingram and Lemai
Barnhill will leave tomorrow for Ket
tucky, where they will be located foi
' the next few months buying tobacco
' Returns To Washington City
Dick Taylor returned to Washing
ton City Sunday after spending sev
eral days here with his family.
Visitor Here Yesterday
Mr. Hadie Lane, of Wilson, was (
business visitor here yesterday.
Now At Home Here
Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Moseley an
children, E. F., Jr., and Catherine
[of Enoree, S. C., are now at hc»m
here in the rectory on Haughtoi
Rev. and Mrs. PiephofJ
Rev. and Mrs. Z. T. Piephoff anc
little son are now at home in th
i newly acquired manse on Hattor
Street over in New Town.
Mr. Clyde Brown, of Jamesville,
was here yesterday afternoon.
The Philathea Class of the local
Christian church will hold its regu
lar monthly meeting with Mrs. G.
H. Harrison at her home on Main
Street this evening at 8 o'clock.
In Town Wednesday
Mr. H. C. Webb, jr., of the Vir
ginia Electic and Power Company,
Richmond, was here for a short
while Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Ed Crow, of Wilson, was here
Wednesday and Thursday attending
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Crockett
Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Crockett
and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Crockett,
of Vorktown, Va., are spending sev
eral days here with Mr. and Mrs. C.
Move To New Home
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Brown and
daughter are moving today to their
newly completed home on Academy
Attend PewmU Meeting
Messrs. Gus Perry, John A. Man
ning, Roy Gurganus, Ben Perry, R.
L. Perry attended the peanut grow
ers' meeting in Murfreesboro last
In Greenville Yesterday
Mr. Joe Gray Corey attended a
business meeting of the Carolina
Motor Club in Greenville yesterday.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by the authority in me vested un
der and by the terms of that certain
deed of trust executed to me as trus
tee by W. A. Bailey and wife, Allie T.
Bailey, on the 9th day of January, 1923,
which deed of trust is duly recorded
in book G-2, page 536 of Martin Coun
ty registry; and at the request of the
holder of the note secured thereby, I
will offer for sale at public auction,
to the highest bidder, at the court
house door of Martin County at 12
o'clock noon on Wednesday, the 28th
day of December, 1932, the following
described land, to wit:
Beginning at a stake in the mouth
of Pine Pocosin Branch; thence the
various courses of Bear Grass swamp
to Ranzie Harris' corner, a sweet
gum; thence along Ranzie Harris' line
to a corner in Benjamin Rogers' line;]
thence along said line to a pine; thence
along a line of marked trees to a pine !
in Pine Pocosin Branch; thence along
various courses of said branch to the
beginning, containing by estimation 70!
acres, more or less.
This 28th day of November, 1032. j
B. O. COWING,
'* tw Trustee.
NOTICE OF SALE
By virtue of the power of sale in j
the deed of trust front N. L. Jackson,
dated April 14, 1928, and recorded in ;
t°w Z " 2 ' •*? I>aKe 3y9 ' register's office
of Martin County, which is hereby re- \
ferred to, and upon demand of the j
holder of the unpaid notes thereby se- I
cured, the. undersigned trustee will
sell at public auction for cash, to the j
highest bidder, at the courthouse door 1
of Martin County, oh Monday, De-'
cemlier 12, 1932, at one o'clock p. in.,',
all that tract of land in Martin Coun
ty, adjoining the lands of Dennis Rob
erson, E. M. Stallings, and others, ly
ing on the north side of and adjoin
ing the county line between the coun
ties of Martin and Beaufort, and be
ing the same land conveyed and de
scribed in deed from F. E. Woolard
and others to J. E. Perry, recorded 1
in said register's office in book KK,
page 1, containing 75 acres, more or
less; see also deed from Sailie Jackson
to N. L. Jackson, dated July 31, 1911,
recorded in book C-l, page 17, con
veying the same land.
This November 9, 1932
A D. MacLEAN,
1 *tw Trustee.
NOTICE OF SALE
Uder and by virtue of the power of
sale contained in that certain deed
of trust executed to the undersigned
_trustee by C. D. Carstarphen and wife
Eliza B. Carstarphen, on the 2nd day
of March, 1925, and of record in the
public registry of Martin County in
book Q-2, at page 311, said deed of
trust having been given for the pur
pose of securing a certain note of even
date and tenor therewith, and default
having been made in the payment of
said indebtedness, and the stipulations
contained in said deed of trust not
having been complied with, the under
signed trustee will, on Saturday, De
cember 13, 1932, at 12 o'clock m , in
front of the courthouse door in the
town of Williamston, N. C., offer for
sale for cash the following described
Second Tract: Beings lots in the
town of Williamston, N. C., on the
south side of Haughton Street Exten
sion, beginning at a stake. L. H. Peel's 1
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Blount-Harvey Company, Inc.
DEPARTMENT STORE * GREENVILLE. N. C.
Friday and Saturday - Economy Days
SPECIAL VALUES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS *
CHRISTMAS * COAT VAI npi
DRESSES HcJ VALUES
' T Coat time is here and we have
New light shade* in the amart- •* plenty of pretty coat, in ail col
«t styles you have »een—sixes or. and sixes. Special new
$9.95 $14.95 $22.50
DRESS SALE AND $39.50
Two special group* of batter /J TRENCH COATS
dreaaei on aale. Valuea up to U
119.50. All aiaes and colors. \jf* Fitted trench coats in tan and
Special at— ' iffjjPfli nav V Plenty of buttons—
s4.9s $7.95 $12.95 M x j $2.95
MODERNISTIC ffclM « a^*t£s?L
SMOCKS gmUßm RAINCOATS
New designs and style, in SRlilfel J; 0 "* C °* U tr ' nCh
.mok. .h.,1., PiiwM •
or personal us*. SiQIJ ffl jS®;.:: J I
98 c AND $1.95 f Hi $4-95
PONCHO BLOUSES /If Al| CHILDREN'S COATS
i 1 j i t_ N IW Special lot of 30 children's
New plaide in the.* novelty I ® (j; ,|J coat.. Value, to $7.95. Sixes 5
MOUMS that fit any one. to 14 S pecM at—
LADIES' HATS \j j / % CHILDREN'S
Many style* reduced from J ' DRESSES
12.95 and |1.95. New color*- 10 dozen wash dresses, fast
Qg c fl| colors, viae* 6 to 14—
COTTON SUITINGS _
..000 „,d. of novelty m.«l TANGEE LIPSTICK DRESS GOODS
suiting*—29c value. Special at The best selling lipstick in the SALE
- ww a y-jp. world g a l # 0 f D reßa Good* at
YARD 39c AND $1 59° YARD
HEAVY HOMESPUN so X an g ee Rouge At this price you may find al-
Bxtra heavy quality sheeting, nr c mo,t ""V kind of drees you want
39 inches wide, 10c value. Spec- / J Some of the*e material, are
ial at— — _ worth $1 yard. The materials
LADIES' are—plain rough crepe, printed
5 C YARD KID GLOVES I rayon crepe, silk and cotton
plaids, wool and cotton suiting,
27-INCH OUTING JEL mJk Ed Zt™ n ! ,on^ pun ' ' u
u crepe, pin -a tripe rayon crepe.
2,000 yards of best 27 -inch Siaea 5 3-4 to 8— The colore art new in light and
outing—all colors. Regular k DATD dark shade*—
value. 8 pec ial at— 1 Ali\ YARD
6 C YARD SENIOR CLASS
1 HOSE FAST COLOR DRESS
LADIES' SHOES PRINTS
Tne outatanding value of the
Odd lot* and some new stylss year. 45-gauge 5-thread pure I 10,000 yardl of fa,t color dreaa
in ladies' pumpe, ties, straps, oa- silk full fashioned stockings with prlntt in patterns—
fords. Black and brown, pair— picot top All new shadea— Jc JQc AND 15 C
$1.49 AND $1.95 69* PAIR : ' YARD
corner on said extension of Haughton
Street, running thence about 100 feet
•long Haughton Street Extension to
wards Warren Street, a stake; thence
a course at right angles with Haugh
ton Street ISO feet to a stake; thence
a line parallel with Haughton Street
towards Railroad Street 100 fee to a
stake; thence a straight line to Haugh
ton Street, to the beginning, and be
ing lots Nos. 9, 10, 11 and 12 accord
ing to survey made by Burton Bros.
Auction Co., and being the same prem
ises conveyed to said C. D. Carstar
phen by deed froni Wheeler Martin,
jr., trustee, said deed being of record
in the Public Registry of Martin
County in book 0-2, at page 254.
Fourth tract: A tract of land and
improvements thereon in the town of
Williamston, N. C. on the corner of
i Main and Smithwick Streets in (aid
t town, known a« the C. D. Carstar
■ phen store and lot adjoining the prop
> erty of the Town of Williamston,
Leslie Fowden, Smithwick Street and
Fifth tract: A tract of land and im
provements thereon in the town of
Williamston, N. C., on the north side
of Smithwick Street, adjoining the
Masonrc Hall, Mrs. Bettie C. Gur-
Kanus, B. A. Critcher, Martin Live
stock Company, Leslie Fowden, and
Smithwick Street, and being residence
and lot of C. D. Carstarphen, and
where he now lives and known as the
C. D. Carstarphe home place.
Dated this the 9th day of Novem
nil 4tw Trustee.