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Mrs. Anna Harrison accompanied
by her niece and nephew, Eleanor and
William Belk left Tarboro Wednesday
for South Carolina where they will
spend the summer with relatives.
Congressman Lindsay Warren and his
secretary, Herbert Bonner, of Wash
ington were visitors in the city Wed
Mr. and Mrs Roy Gurganus re
moved yesterday from the Tar Heel
apartments to the Williams home on
East Main street which they purchas
ea from the Williams recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Margolis left
last night for New York where they
will visit their parents for a month.
While away, Frank will buy winter
goods for Margolis Brothers. They
were accompanied to Rocky Mount to
get the New York train by Mrs. W.
L. Manning, Mrs. Mary Belle Osborne
and Miss Lyda Cooke.
Mr. George White of Shawsville,
Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dun
ning this week.
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Saunders, Buck,
Jr. and little Jack, and Mrs. James S.
Rhodes and Jim, Jr. will leave to
morrow for Ocarocoke where they
will spend two weeks.
Mrs. P. H. Brown and Miss Anna
Crawford motored to Greenville Wed
nesday to see Mrs. J. L. Williams who
is ill in the hospital there.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Weaver and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bailey
and children spent Wednesday at
Miss Elizabeth Warren, of Washing
ton was a business visitor here yes
Mr. Irving Margolis returned Wed
nesday from New York where he has
visited his parents for six weeks.
While away he also spent Bome time
at a camp in Canada with a party of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harrison, Net
tie Clyde, Ruby and Henry Doris and
Miss Frances Gurganus spent a few
days at Virginia Beach this week.
Senator W. H. S. Burgwyne of
Woodland was a visitor here Wednes
Miss Fannie Godard of Dunn is
visiting her cousin, Miss Minnie Rob
ertson for several days.
Mr. V. G. Taylor was here yester
day attending to business.
Qarflt with warm salt watw
than apply ov«i throat—
O—r ITHUUrnrn Jmr, UmJ IWfr
TMIMII LDJ HAD So Lattfo
Streafth She "Coolda't Get
A nmL" T*ok CanW
(1— iW)L Tenn.—l want able
to do any of my work, and it aaam
ed likal had ao little atrengtb I jut
oouldnt get around," aeyaMra. Frank
Murphy, who Uvea near bare.
"My mother knew of the' food
Cardui oould do, ao ahe told m» to
take it I aent and got a bottle, and
aaamed like all the time I grew
"I had bean mfhrinc nafm
hi my aidee aU the time, and Cardui
helped thia wonderfully. I needed
a tonic fbr female trouble, and Car
dui juat fitted the need. 1 waa awful
ly leetleaa and oould not alaep at
night, bat after taking two bottlee
of Cardui I could aleep lika a top*.
I got along an right, and I know It
waa doe to CarduL I oan certainly
recommend it to women anflbring
from women's troubles.
"My praaent health ia juat fine."
Thouaanda of women nave wrtttaa
to tall bow Cardui relieved them at
Buffering, and helped them
■prove in health and atrangtb.
Carded ia perfectly hannleea, be
ing an extract of mild-acting herfaa,
Sold everywhere. HC-114
CRUSHED BARLEY MALT
One Hundred Pounds $3.50
Hop Flavored Malt Syrup, per
dozen cans 15.75
AMERICAN MALT CO.
Albemarle, North Carolina. Jls-20
Good Fresh GEORGIA PEACHES
$2.50 Per Bwhel Crate
Much Lower Prices In 5-bushel LoU
Now shipping Elbertai and Car
mens. Buy a crate for your sum
mer ice cream. Write for quantity
GRIMES BROKERAGE GO.
Room 429 Kimball House
my2s Atlanta, Georgia 20t
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Society & Personals
Mrs. ELBERT S. PEEL, Editor
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Flemming and
little sons Charles and John have re
turned from a visit to Greenville, Ay
den and Pactolus where they were
with relatives for several days.
Little Misses Gene Dunn and Kate
Dunn Elmore and John fKmore Law
rence of Scotland Neck are visiting
their uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. J.
Miss Margaret Manning who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. S. S.
Lawrence in Richmond will return
w y » —__
A large number of the younger set
attended the dance in Tarboro Wed
Messrs. McClure and Darrow, of
flrialvof the Carolina Telephone and
Telegraph company were herV-yeflter
day In the interest of the local tele
P. O. 9736 Ad 7438
QA new principle _
in motor lubrication
' Engineers solve an old
problem with a
'T'HE Standard Oil Company ,j( New not be an oil of too heavy a grade. J v
j j X Jersey) has developed an oij which It must be, in fact, an oil of greater oili- a JL
embodies an entirely new principle in uess. And that is exactly what "Stand- jLM ■ it Jft
motor lubrication. ard" Motor Oil is. I
' "Standard" Motor Oil eliminates * more t ' ian three fW
» ' ' ■" the possibility of dry spots on the % years the Standard Oil mC»
r£SSS~K ' ? always been present in even the # * experimented with this
V* " ' * best tyP l -' ol ' s ' 4 ® new "Standard" Motor
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1 -351 '"»>! In > pon has billed engineers ever -jj-jj „,„,ori s , .han any recent ' Advantages
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g—lAll-ii-- ». combustion engine. With many i..n« left .t.nd . IOUIUI 01m 111
. 1 ' ,nUu stry. "Standard"Motor Oil
stands idle for a day or a week, *', 1 '*' t h tui "7 oiii« The first tests proved
(JT. there occurs the jpossibility of dry that''Standard" Motor rfarc^*" >ln ' "°
\(T^/9// spots or a film too thin for com- Oil would withstand a far heavier load
plete protection. Even when the before breaking down than any of the prtVtUai"!: n seT'e v"n'upon
motor is running there are often leading oils of the old type. This showed starting alter idleness
areas where there is no fluid film its lubricating superiority. ' 3 Less "breaking dow under
ROAD TESTS of Oil whatever. Then thereoccurs Power tests came next. It was found chat load or at h.gh speeds.
that grinding of metal on metal the lower friction losses and the better pis- 4 More miles per quart ol oil
t which results In scoring of the cyl- ton seal caused a gain of 3% to *>% in power " u 11 u " on '
inder walls. - when motors were lubricated with "Stand- J Better hill climbing and
l/riuCRA ard" Motor Oil. In cases where motors were smoother operation in high
In a 609 mile road test Because there is little or no seal in poor condition, the increase in power gear at low speeds.
24 coOetMr'l between the piston and cylinder often rail up to 1 0%. , 6 Negligible carbon, clean
new "Standard" Motor Tested on the road from walls, gasoline is forced through Road tests on scores of cars showed startling ' motor am i lean spar plugs.
Oil showed a substantial Sept.24co Oct. 22, 1925, into the crank case oil Dilution re- improvements in hill-climbing ability when / Actual saving in. gasoline,
decrease in both oil and for 3,779 miles in a big into ine craim ease on. uuuiiwiiic I :.u ..c. „ l„.,l» with or without carburetor
g» consumption. AC Mack Truck, the new suits, with a consequent lessening «rs were lubricated with Standard t adiustment.
~ .. .. "Standard" Motor Oil , , , , . * , c \ i Oil. I hey showed uuins in gasoline miles-
.howed splendid results: of the lubricating value of the oil. per-gallon from to depe ding upon *
J actual'ly 'eefi'dMfcrence When this absence of a complete the make and condition of the car.
J in ihe operation of hit Cooler motor •ton seal persists, there is result- Amazing results can be verified
4 SSSSSftiffig tesasnar-,,' »ntlack of p„wer_.heca>-doesn't . CARBON 'v
| »j tion of the drag which Other Mack motors - climb hills Well; It at •* , , W „ . . ]
f the motor had orevloua- tested for carbon deposit low soeeds ill hilih Ceal" the motor It was found that motors ran cooler, there Hemariablt .UmeuUralioH
ly shown on hills and demonstrated that the low specus in nign gear, oic iiitnor was less crank-case dilution, and carburetors uhm you Uram out tour 0 ,l
.iff the removal of the carbon, new "Standard" Motor | heats Up; heavy deposits of carbon could be adjusted for leaner mixtures. In addition to its other vir
* which had been in the Oil removed existing car- formed- aasoline and oil con- T-L I J .U it. lue4> '" ls " uw "Standard"
motor When the new oil bon and deposited none are tormec, gasoline ana on con These tests have covered more -t,han three Motor Oil is extremely eßK
was put in. itself. sumption Micreises. The best of the years'time and some of the results'ti«Ve : run tive in cleaning cylinder
A —' . old tvpe oils could not correct this quite beyond the original expectations. ! walls,piston heads and even
J[ Set future advertisement* for data on test* condition. It may seem almost incredible that a lubn- h« been
with other makes of cars and trucks -»>•_ eating oil can produce such improvements drawn oft tliows that it te-
An oilier oil that will "Stay put" in car operation. But trying is be lieving, ~" .n g ,B r h ""
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The problem was to find an oil and > m any motorists report that ih« yean ac- „ e w oil - then drain ); ,ur
« % \ A | r tually Heel the differcpce 1 , while driving. crank caie. Having clu-
Ivv' -A % » that would cling to nieial sulfates "Scandard" Motor )il is on salt* now at lodged' this objecn »nablc
SO thoroughly so as to abolish the "Standard" Service Stations and at dealers, Wl " w,uu to
x l areas of partial lubrication. It must in Medium, Heavy and Heavy X-grades: K r « i " "^
Kb_/p_ "* fltli Having filled up the second
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jL fJHfIH /"it a» oftener than every SOllmiles
WSEL ' _/| tf, j, aViriy l,f " y" ut «»uat draining
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: MOTOR OIL
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Mr. John A. Getsinger of Darden*
was in town for a few hours yester
Mr. W. J. Little of Robersonville
was a visitor here yesterday after
Miss Dorris Lee of Oriental who
has been visiting Miss Emma Bell
Harris for the past several days will
leave Sunday for Ocean View. She will
be accompanied by Miss Harris and
they will spend some time at that re
Mr. N. C. Everett -of Robersonville
was in town yesterday looking after
Missese Frances and Ruby Morris
returned to their home in Goldsboro
Wednesday after visiting Dr. and Mrs
P. B. Cone for a few days.
THE ENTERPRISE—WILLIAMSTON, N. C
Mr. Roscoe Cowper of Raleigh is
visiting friends and relatives here.
Mrs. George Gurganus has return
ed home from Rocky Mount where
she has been at the bedside of her
son, "George Hatton. George is get
ting along very wel considering the
serious operation which he underwent
a few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Watts, Miss
Alice Dent and Mr. Oscar Anderson
attended the dance in Enfield last
. Messrs. A. L. Owens, Z. V. Norman,
Mayor H. V. Austin, Groves and
Edward L. Owens of Plymouth were
here last night attending the meeting
of the various committees appointed
by the Chambers of" Commerce of
Plymouth, Windsor and Wiliamston
to get facts relative to the power sit
uation in these towns.
"THE KEEPER OF THE BEES"
TO BE AT STRAND SOON
The management of ttie Strand
theatre is fortunate to announce the
| booking of "The Keeper of the Bees"
and that this wonderful picture will
be shown at an early date.
"The Keeper of the Bees" is one
of Gene Stratton Porter's sweetest
SANDY RIDGE LOCALS
Miss Beatrice Cherry, Eva Pate,
and Marjorie Jones spent Saturday
night with ftfrs. J. D. Cherry. .
Mrs. Louis Perry spent Sunday af
ttrnon with Mrs. T. A. Peed.
Mrs. Estelle Whitehurst and sister,
Miss Jaunita Andrews attended the
picnic at Ray*s camp Saturday .
iss Bessie Green spent Sunday with
Mrs. T. A. Peed.
Mr. Harold Hopkins of Halifax|
spent Sunday with friends and rela
tives here. I
Bridge Party for
At their home in New Town, Mrs.
J. W. Andrews and Mrs. Titus Critch
er entertained for Mrs. Earl Wynne,
a recent bride, with a pretyy bridge
party last night from 8:30 to 11:30.
The home was thown ensuite and the
various rooms were charmingly dec
orated with gorgeous summer flow
ers, crepe myrtle, zinnias and hy
The guests found their places at the
six tables by place cards suggestive
of the occasion. While playing, the
guests were served delicious fruit
cocktails and after several progres
sion!!, the hostess served orange ice
with homemade cake.
The guest-of-honor and high score
winner were presented lovely toilet
Those invited besides the honor
guest were Mesdames S. K. Biggs, J.
H. Saunders, J. S. Rhodes, C. H. God
win, P. W. Hoyt, J. G. Godard, H. M.
Stubbs, Wheeler Martin, Oscar An
derson, J. A. Manning, C. B. Hassell,
J. G. Staton, Clayton Moore, P. B.
Cone, Leslie Fowden, J. D. Woolard,
| George Harrison, W. B. Watts, Hubert
Morton, C. B. Clark and Elfcert Peeh
I and Misses Alice Dent of Washington
and Anna Crawford.
, Miss Katie Corey of Hardison Mill
■j is spending the week end with Miss
Little Misses Callie Mae and iEllen
Cherry spent laat week end with Mrs.
! Annie Gurkin.
The many friends of Sarah Had ley,
' are sorry to know that she is very
• MRS. MARTHA NICHOLSON DIES
il Mrs. Martha Nicholson, wife of Mr.
; Henry Nicholson, died yesterday morn
; ing at her home in Windsor. 1
Puneral services were held today at
2 o'clock at the Penticoatal Holiness
'church and interment was made in the
Mrs. Nicholson was some over 30
years old. She leaves two small chil
dren besides her husband. For the \
past several years she had suffered J
NOTICE OF PAROLE
Please take notice that application
will be made to the Governor of
North Carolina for parole of J. S.
Williams, convicted in the Superior
Court of Martin County and sentenc
ed to fifteen (15) months on the
Those having any protest to the
granting of such parole will please
forward same to Hon. Hoyle Sink,
Commissioner of PaxAms, Raleigh,
This the Ut'i day of July, 1926.
H. L. SWAIN, Attorney for pe
is a prescription for
MALARIA, CHILLS AND FEVER.
DENG I E OR BILIOUS FEVER
It Kills the Germs