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Spends Week End Here
Miss Maud Newsom, of Washing
ton, spent the week end with Mrs.
K. B. Crawford.
Returns From Norfolk
Mrs. Rush Bondurant returned
Sunday from Norfolk, where she has
been for the past two months re
cuperating from an operation.
Spending Some Time Here
Mrs. E. O. Barnes, of Wilson, is
spending several weeks with' her
daughter, Mrs. W. E. Dunn, and
Mr. Dunn. !
Spend Thanksgiving Here
Commander and Mrs. Donald C.
Godwin and Miss Donnie spent the
Thanksgiving holidays with Mr.
Godwin's parents, Mr. and Mrs, B.
From Coral Gables, Fla.
Mrs. Percy Brown, of Coral
Gables, Fla., will visit Mrs. C. H.
Godwin for a few davs of this week.
Leave for Newport News
Dr. W. E. Warren and Harry A.
Biggs left today for Newport News,
Va., to attend the annual meeting
of the Seaboard Medical Society and
will return Thursday.
Visiting Dr. and Mrs. Warren
Mrs. R. M. Hearne, of Greenville,
is visiting her Dr. W. E.
Warren, and Mrs. Warren.
Spends Thanksgiving Here
Dr. G. C. Godwin, of Asheville,
spent the Thanksgiving holidays with
hi« parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
From Chapel Hill
Cecil Taylor, assistant professor at
the University of North Carolina, in
Chapel Hill, spent Thanksgiving
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen
ry Taylor. *
Returns From South Carolina
Mr. W. I. Watson, superintendent
of the city schools, sj>ent Thanksgiv
ing in South Carolina with his fam
ily. Mrs. Watson and their two
children returned here with him, and
they will be at home with Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Pope on Smithwick
Street for the present.
Return From Oxford
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Bradley re- ;
turned Sunday from Oxford, where
they visited Mrs. Bradley's parents
during the Thanksgiving holidays. 1
In Aberdeen Yesterday
C. G. Crockett and A. R. Dun
ning spent yesterday in Aberdeen, A
Kwif m Ifilson
ots .Jr. B. Cone and children,
Sarah! fuid Howard, visited the Ful
ghurra in Wilson over the week end.
SpfMs Week End at Home
Price, of Washington and
Lee University, was here for the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Price. ' •
Return to Oxford
Rev. and Mrs. B. D. Crttcher and
children have returned to their home
at Oxford after visiting relatives here.
DROVE POiSOH st!
Constipation Troubled Alubai.
Lady Until She Had Take i
HONDO*, Ala.—"For two rrr
wftaid with pains in my back n *
head," writes Mrs. J. E. Sloan, 1 /,
Park Street, this city. *
"I felt dull all the time, and %
Dot able to do anything.
1 was constipated most o' r
time. My onmplwrlon waa btd >•
I had no appetite.
"An old lady advised my..
to |tVO ma Black-Draught,
quick aa aba told htm, he got it f
ma. X toot Black-Draught th.
tlmaa • day tor three weeks, aiui i
began to leal like a different per
aon. I detelcyed a good appeta
the Mt my system, nod .
"X thought my trouble came from
onmllpottm and as soon as the
cauaa waa removed, I got all right.
IBkiaa .that time. I have tried to •,
keep O box of Black-Draught in the
house, aa I And it corrects bilious
ness and reUna sick headache it
la our family medicine."
OmMpoMan dama up poisons in
the bomb v*'"g thatr bad ef
laata to koMt in other parta of the
'"jit the fliat sign of constipation,
take Thadtotfa Black-Draught.
Poets only I cent a doae. NC-315
Society & Personals
Mr*. ELBERT S. PEEL, Editor
Spends Sunday Here
Howell Wadsworth, of New Bern,
spent Sunday with relatives here.
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Return From Fuquay Springs
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith and
daughter have returned from Fu
quay Springs, where they spent
Returns From Goldsboro I
Miss Pauline Crowson returned
Sunday from Goldsboro, where she
Return to Suffolk 1
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Robertson
and sons, J. R., and Roland Hatton,
returned to their home in Suffolk
yesterday after spending the week
end with Mrs. J. 1.. Robertson and
Mrs. Florence Peel.
Spends Few Days. Here
John Wadsworth, of the Univer
sity, spent a few days here with hi«
sister, Mrs. J. W. Watts, jr.
. "IT'S A GREAT SUCCESS
overwhelming demand for thsT new-processed "STANDARD"
Gasoline . . thousands of 'motorists prove for themselves the
superiority of this wonderful HIGH-TEST gasoline .. .
It's barely four weeks since we announced the new-processed "Standard" Gasoline.*"B ,t in these four weeks thousands of motorists
have bought AND TESTED this extraordinary fuel. They have written to us. They have talked to our pump men. They have even
telephoned their local dealers.
They called its performance record "startling"—"the best yet"—"wonderful in traffic for women drivers"—"l pass everything on
the road"—"a new lease of life for the old 1923 mocM"—"fine for cold mornings"—and so on.
X £ J Up at the refinery. Speeded up our service at the pumps, Tried to make even more
perfect than before our entire scheme of operations.
1 i And in case you have not been fortunate enough to test for yourself this really superior
gasoline, and watch it deliver the goods under any or all road and weather condit-'ons,
I'M On sale everywhere. At no advance in price. At alt "Standard" pumps.
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CRACKING OUT "IMPURITIES." oil* f nM? j|| | I
j S/i nds Holidays in Tarhoro
Miss Cora Lee Roberson spent the
| Thanksgiving holidays with Miss
; Kathleen Roberson at her home in
' Tai boro.
Return From Forest
Mrs.. Wheeler Martin and sun;
Wheeler, jr., returned Sunday from
(Wake Forest, where they spent
Hire From AkoskU'
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. H Robertson, of
Ahoskie, s[>ent Sunday with Mrs. J.
j 1.. Robertson,
Return From Washington
i Mr. and Mr,?-. Jas., H. Ward and
Mi. and Mrs. Ira Harrison have re
turned from their wedding trip to
Washington, 1). C!
Spmd Holidays Sear Here
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cullen and lit
tle son, of Portsmouth, spent the
! holidays with Mr. and Mrs. T.
Cullen is welfare officer of Norfolk
Return From Hunting Trip
K. B. Crawford, J. G, Staton, T. ;
H. Brandon, and Dr. J. S. Rhodes '
have returned from Currituck Coun- !
ty, where they went on a hunting
Returns To Dardens
Mrs. Maggie Browning has re
turned to her home at Dardens, aft
er attending the funeral of her brotH
tr. W. H. Leggett. "■ r *"
li ill Return Thursday
Mrs. J. W. Manning will return
1 hujsddy from the Washington Hos
pital, where she is now recuperating
rapidly froht an operation for ap|ien
I /fere From Tarboro
Mr. and Mrs, A. H, Mizelle and
son, Dan, of Tarboro, visited Mrs.
Anna Harrison Thanksgiving.
Spend IIYr/fe End Here
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norman of
R.deigh, and Mn and Mrs. RavmoiflJ-
McKetuie, of Smithfield, were me
v,tt k-end guests of Iheir parents, Mr.
and Mrs, A. Hassell.
1 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
j Having this day qualified as admin
istrator of thj estate of L. A. Svkes,
flute uf Jamcsville. Martin (tmuty\no
ticeis hereby given to all persons hold
ling Haints against said" estate to pre
sent same to the undersigned, on or
before the 18th day- of October. 1930,
or this notice will lie plead jd in bar
o£ the recovery of same. s.
, 1 All persons indebted to said estate
will ermie forward and pay
* *-*. . • .
Thw 18th day of October, 1929,
K. O. MARTIN,'
Inls 6tw Administrator.
' jL. A. Sykes Estate.
NOTICE OF SALE
■> Under and by r virtue of the power of
•■ale contained 'in thai certain d.-ed of
11 list executed mi the 11th day of Feb-
I'niary, 1928. by J G. Godard, t lr . and
wife. Carrie G. Godard. and ot record
' j,m the public registry of Martin Cotjn
. !> in Book V-2, at page 408, said deed
i i trust being given to suture the pay
ment of certain notes of even date and
(tenor therewith, and the stipulations
in said deed of trust not having been
iComplied with, and at the request of
'tin parties nilerested. the undersigned
trustee ,will, . i\ «b? sth day of Janu
ary, I WO, at 1- o'clock til ,at tlie court
bouse door iu VVilliamston, N. I"., oi
. ler for sale ro the highes.t bidder for
I cash at public auction, the. following
, described tract of lari'd; to wit:
Beginning in a branch or cor
ner of J ,ii. (iod.uit and Cherry Broth
oiL«oniitliwick Street; thence along
, Suirtlixvii k Street t > Leggett's Lam,';
thence along 1 cuuett's Lane to 1 laugll
, top Street Kvtendcd; thence along
I St:v t Extended to an iron
(thence along Brick Warehouse to an
in in .stake; thence along back line of
! Brick Warehouse to a ditch or branch;
thence along branch or ditch to be
giiming,, and being the same tract of
land 1-on.yeycd to J. E. Pope, trustee,
•mil'of record in book Q-2. at page 443,
01 the Martin County public registry.
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ALL TALKINO, XlNfilNO, I ANCISG MtVK AL RF.VLE
Tuesday, December 3,1929
i operation of thi* conveyance the lot or
land included in the above de
; scription to Tally Cherry and others,
and of record in book , at page
of the Mar(ftt*"C3unty public registry.
This the 3rd day of December, 1929,
B. A. CRITCHER,
d3 i> 4t J v r- . ' Trustee.