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More Hope for China
Hope for China seems brighter.
General Chiang, who lias been lead
ing the Cantonese Army, has been de
posed. Nothing is more hopeful in
uny form of government as the power
The Break-Down of the Ford-Sapiro Case
The Detroit court which has been
engaged in the trial of the Sapiro-
Ford case seems to be falling into
disrepute. Judge Raymond has been
rebuked by an attorney in the case/
with the public announcement in open
court that he had closeted with counsel
on the opposite'side.
This is about what we generally see i
when so much is at stake. Men can t
The, Outgrowth of a Political Machine
■Some of the leading newspaper eorji
respondents of the State are com- .
nienting on the reason for so many (
changes being made in county super
intendents of schools. At least half
a dozen question ore suggested as the
reason. While at least that many 1
possible answers are given, there
seems to be several sound suggested
reasons, while others will not stand
a close analysis.
In the case of a more progressive and
economic school system the two words
"progress" and "economy" are not by S
sqiy means synonimous terms. Pro-1
gressive and honest administration is i
always proper. Hut this is a day of!
big costs, and if we-progress it calls j
Centralized government is doubt
less the greatest cause for the many j
changes. Headquarters are permit
ted to make rules and regulations.
They are frequently too hard or im
practical to be handled by the prac
tical business man and old timer, so
these matters are generally placed in
the hands of the college machine-made
man who is usually ripe in theory
but not always the most practical.
The plan now is to turn everything
by means of an unending mass of fig
-IMPROVED PORTO RICO SWEET
* potato plants. Government inspect
ed; 500, $1.00; 1,000, $1.75; over 10,-
000, $1.65 per thousand. Ready to
ship now. Earl Garrett, Lenox, Ga.,
Route 2. als 4t
BOY WAS SICK
Texu TeHi How He Got Ac
quainted With the Good Work
of 'Black-Draught u
Glenflora, Tex**.—'"l had a tick
■pell when just fifteen years old,"
•ays Mr. George W. Maness, R. P. D.
2, this place. who has had
chills, like I had, is apt to remem
ber them. I was a sick boy—just
lay around the home, weak. My 'H"
was yellow and I could hardly stand
up. I had hard rhilla
"My lather gave me quinine.
Someone told him to give me Black-
Draught with it. He brought- BOOM
home, and they fixed it upTike a tea.
y very good, but I was go
«ck I would take anything.
"After a few days, 1 began to feel
battar. I was hungry and could eat
I kept on taking the tea tor awhile,
and I got welL I haven't had
chilla since then, but I have taken a
lot of Black-Draught since that
time. It is a family medicine with
When assistance is needed in the
2*s.®',* IsxatiTa or cathartic,Thed
fbrd's Black-Draught should be tat
fy tad normal state at activity.
Try Hi Urn dose.
1 : 1 Ti\ MfrtfinnfflW
of the people to cast out their cor
rupt and. vicious leaders. Jt shows
the mind of the people is to do rijfht
rather than to battle without mercy.
stand too much pressure. Judas
could stand U'J pieces of silver, but j
v/lien the 30th dropped into his hand,
then he kissed.
There seems to be too many de- j
tectives, too much Jew, and too much .
money in the case.
It will be a pity if the court breaks j
down in disgrace. It will be so hard j
to explain the reason in case it does, j
ures; so many that a medium mathe-1
matician can't understand them and j
can't tell wnetber they are juggled or |
Then there is possibly a tighter line
of political bossism in the Statt* than
e»-er before. It is hard for any man
to get a job unless he is som; boss's
friend. This is clear on its fuse, be
cause we see it daily. Whenever we
want anything, we run to the bijr boss
to get him to put it over. So the
real reason may be an outgrowth of
Appearance Performance Price
Only in cars much higher in The performance of ihe new Com; orison of delivered
price will you find such smart- Chevrolet in literally an-.ai» price* reven's Chevrolet i
new of line, such beauty of ing. Incredible ?:ti of!ine&s Vali;c supremacy. Delivered
design and such elegance of at every speed—flashing ac-« priced.--;: f.o.b. pltSfi plui
appointment as in the new celeration that is a delight— charges fr»r handling finan-
Chevrolet! Compare its ap- effortless shifting of gear;— cing, etc. The financing
pearance with that of any car finger-tip steering—remark- chiirpos of General Motors
atanywhere near Chevrolet's able ease of parking. One Acceptance Corporation are
low prices—and'then you will ride at the wheel, and you the lowest available. Han.
know why it has every where will understand why the chargesare in.proper
been acclaimed as the Most new Chevrolet has been the tion. 1 luis, Chevrolet denv-
Beautiful in Chevrolet greatest sensation of Amer- ered prices are even more
history! ica's greatest industry! than (he f.o.b. prices.
New Fisher Bodies* Valve-ln-head motor; The SCQIJ
beautifully beaded and Three-point Motor Couch
paneled; Fine nickeled Suspension; Strong and The Touring
hardware; Smart sturdier frame; Single- " ' ' *«'
new Duco Colors; Full- JfciSK**.' UI
ders, Bullet-t\ pe head (ng wheel; Balloon • 395
lamps; Higher, more tires . Deeply uphol- *
massive radiator; Cowl stered cushions; Semi- 1-Ton
Lamps; "Fish-tail" reversible steering ......
modeling of rear deck* gear; AC Air Cleaner; A! ' Ip^ c ®* ' 1
on 2-passcnger model*. AC Oil Filter. equipment on kU iuw«i*U.
HARRIS PEEL MOTOR *
Motor Company COMPANY
Robersonville, N. C. ' Williamston, N. C
QUALITY AT LOW COST
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
I have bought the undertaking establishment formerly owned
by Mr. F. L. Edwards, and have secured the services of Mr. Harper
Holliday, an expert funeral director and licensed embalmer. 9
Excellent Service at Most Reasonable Price
B. S. Courtney
WILLIAMSTON, N. C
Day Phone 155 Night Phone 44
How sweetly all cars
would run if all motor
oils were as good as
"Standard Oh; Vi
As the silent miles slip by in a
ribbon of road, you realize how
much the motor car owes to its
lubricating oil and how impor
tant it is to have the right oil.
"Standard" Motor Oil is the
result of over 50 years' experience.
The best qualities claimed for
various lubricating oils are all in
this one oil. It withstands heat,
holds its body and guards against
STANDARD OIL COMPANY (N. J.)
. MOTOR OIL
The Measure of Oil Value
THE ENTERPRISE WILLIAMSTON, N. C
223 Washington Street J. W. Sexton, Manager
A. G. Certified Flour, 24 lb., SI.OO Old Glory Lard, lb 12 l-2c
Gold Star Flour, 24 lb $1.15 Good Meat, lb 17c
Rowena Flour, 24 lb $1.40 Tub Butter, Brookfield, 1b... 59c
Best Stick Candy lb. Box . . . 15c -
I. X. L. Corn . . . 10c
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Diamond State Stringless Fruit Salad, Del Monte, No.
Beans, 11c 3 can 45c
Milford's lima beans, can .... 26c
Del Monte Royal Anne Cher- Pel Monte Yellow Cling
ries, No. 3 can 42c Peaches, No. 3 can 27c
Gold Star Coffee lb. . . 43c
mC* coffee; ib.:::: £ *«» ,b - - 25 c
Best Side Meat . . - . . 21c
FRESH FLORIDA VEGETABLES AT ALL TIMES
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No detours! Here's the
one road to real ciga- „
\ of the highly - sweetened
, cigarettes and you'll hare the
answer. Natural sweetness,
\natural character, natural to
bacco taste, the rery thing
you smoke tobaoco for!
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