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rorted Tlolluid I* one of the moat BrodarUre dairy other naUta beast of burden and a auait measure are an
roumrles - aire considered. In the world, The moat Intao- UiU milkman weOa to serw his t.aifo. The quart meaa-
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It took 67.8*8 lb*, of milk to makr it. «.Tbry do things Her home ia on Carnation Milk Firn r Brattia. waan-
JOO a biir wale in tln» l r . fi. A You may »*• nurr that M Inpton. N. A. Brown. Manager. aaya- "Wr furaiau etern
al good to eat too. because aclentifln m« thmtii. uc-to data I*d milk ••apcrully for l.nhiea. It 1* n^eaaa n o aaw>
fiouatn* farilitiff and romrlpt® aanitary -fneaaurea all ehtea ntr .. Ir. f*iu very Im- tof condition. Cnppnil tn
lnto the produrtlun of milk in America'a greateat dairy . -ra*«tra im luctiv* «*ai>adity and ci.yrea+ea b»'' ria *oum.
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lea laa d' ' Antw#rf p^olum
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Wellington, N milk PUPPty ia all under Her pep OWN
the control of Ul* I'itjt which permits no milk to Photo,
b> aold except that which.ha* l*«ro
sn6 rertlMbr the HaalOi Olfclala. The City UmUmmWir umurwooa. hll?tlM j t0 , milk mmgm, but wually the
buys ttie milk from tte farmers and allows pad- N - ' owner of tha uam Uvea Uimi halpliw vmb_
u «U It t . U»d
Slate College Summer
School Begins June 15
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The State „College Summer School
begins on June 16 and closes July 24.
The announcement of courMs has been
published and may be secuerd by those j
wishing to attend.
Eg:s:s Closely Approach
Being: a Perfect Food
Eggs are *&luable as a food be
cause hey contain protein, fat, min
erals, and vitamins in a readily di
gestive form. According to Dr. B. F.
Kaupp. of State College, they ap
proach closely to beinjf a perfect food. 1
132 Hours Man Labor
Needed to Acre Cotton
It takes 132.5 hours of man labor
and 59.6 hours of mule labor to pro-'
duce an cotton, acc&rding to,
findings secured by the United Sta'es
Department of A»ri'ic6liure % fn Georgia.:
Small Carden Shows
Net Profit of $47.38
One experiment station kept a rec
ord for'three years-on garden plot,
one-twn'ieth uf an acre in siae. The
average net profit was $47.58.
TOM TARHKF.I. SAY ft—
"The life of an expert must be a
hard one. because he is always ex
pected to make some bit change."
Returns to Tarboro
Mrs.-Clyde Anderson returned to
Tarboro yesterday after spending sev
eal days here with hei parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H Rritt.
EVER TRY PHOSFHO 1 AND IM.AS
ter on sweet potatoes ?, It improves
qiiality and, increases yield. For
sale bv C. B. Hassell.
NASSEF DEPT. STORE
5,000 yards drcFs ginghams, large and
small checks and plaids also plain fast
colors. Regular 25c
" ' "MANY OTHER VALUES •
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Nassef Dept. Store
WILUAMSTON, N. C. •
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• Summer monthw are difficult months for
' the niethirs of -young chikiren. Great care
fliould be taken to prevent litile ailments
frorp developing in'o serious sickness.
A"*7ittle precaution is ajl'thui is necessary.
P-omp a'tent ion and adminit ation of mild
urn! harmless remedies (which we will pr«- /
vcivlir) will keep baby well. Stock your «
cabine now anil be ready for little over
niirh' complaints «,
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For Baby's Summer Comfort
/ r;isl He" soa T > .. 10c and 25c
('; rit' ria .. 40c
raric a.nc' 10c and up
'terozin , 25e
- 7rw Stearate t 25c .
and Nipples >
~ • All Styles
K* IM - ALL SIZES
Clark-Bennett Drug Co.
THEVITEBPRISE WILLIAM STOW, N. CL i
PHOSPHO LAND PLASTER CON
lains a certain percentage of acid
which is favorable to the growth of
peankjts. Better weight, more money.
For kale by C. B. HasselL
•\ ' NOTICE
Having this day qualified as admin
istratrix of the,, estate of George F.
Everett, deceased, all persons holding
clai®* against said% estate are hereby
notified to present same for payment
on or before the 11th day of May,
1926, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery.
All peraons indebted to said estate
will please come forward and make
immediate settlement of same.
This May 11, 1925.
FANNLE E. EVERETT,
ml 6 fltw Administratrix.
MILLIONS GENUINE POTATO
plants. Porto Riccr, Early "Triumph,
Pumpkin Yam, and Jersey Sweets.
1,000, $1.75. 5,000, $7.60. First-class
plants and prompt guaran
teed. Shrgier Plant Farms. Valdosta,
Ga. . ■ . mls 8t
as used on the farm of
Dan Lesher, Waynesboro, Pa.
/Concrete on the farm indicates pro
\»/ "■gress, success, and prosperity. It
helps the farmer make more money;
makes his work easier and lets him work
quicker. It makes a farm a more at
tractive and more efficient business
place. You may not desire a "show
place,'' but you must admire the per
-7?i#•/■/WA»r« W/ manency, economy and freedom from
WiiBiTvfFMFMT "P 3 "" expense which come with Con
jCCUKjtt v»r cme improvements on the farm.
PHKN & CO. BuiW with Concrete, and you need build but
once* Concrete never rots. rusU. burnt or
C 1) CAKSTAK- w " rs out ' '* thi?\fanner'» easiest-to-work.
. ' lead e: pensive and most lasting building mater* I
Williamson, ial. . When you think o( new farm improve-
N. C. menu, ask any Security Cement dealer how to
make them with Concrete: or write direct to the
manufacturer for helpful information.
bit BT SKXTKITfCFMENT & I.IMF COMPANY, HAC.FHSTOWN, Mr I
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Harris Hardware Co.
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS, WASHINGTON,N.C.
Having this day qualified aa admin
istrator of the estate of N. A. Bur
roughs, deceased, all persons holding
claims against said estate are hereby,
notified to present them f(ST paymertl
to the undersigned on or before, the
11th day of May, 1926, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to come forward and
make immediate payment of the same.
This May 11, 1925.
C. F. BURROUGHS,
mls 6tw Administrator.
A benefit for retired Swiss yodel'ra
has been started. The yodelers will
get the fund and everyone else the
POSTAL JOB OPEN: LOCAL CIVIL
service examination to be held on
May 13 to test the fitness of'persons
seeking appointment as 'fetter carrier.
Salary $1,700. Write G. A. Cook, 945
Pa. Ave., Washington, D. C. for fre
Statement of tbe condition oj the
PLANTERS & MERCHANTS BANK
Everetts, N. C. } as of the close of business ufpril 6, 1925
RESOURCES * LIABILITIES
Loans and discounts r....... $148,795.38 Capital stock paid ill $ 16,000.00
United States bonds. 3,100.00 „ Surplus fund 7,600.00
All other stocks, bonds and moH- « Undivided profits, less current t*-,
gages . ... .. ; ... v .. 8,900.00 penses and taxes paid 2,044.48
Hanking; houses, $3,500.00; furni- Dividends uripaid 1' 37.00
lure and Axtures, $2,810.00 ...... 6,310.00 Deposits subject to check 134,798.99
Cash in vault and net amounts Cashier's checks outstanding 1,838.39
due from banks, bankers and Time certificates of deposit, due
trust companies v ...._ 73,318.76 on or after 30 days ..... 76,079.20
Cash items held over 24 hours .... 173.87 Reserves for bad debts 3,800.00
Total -$240,598-01 ' Total.. $240,698.01
We are here to serve you and protect your money, as we have
been doing in the past. We believe our protection is worth
your consideration. We try to stay ready at all times to take
care of our demand calls. 4 X
We have the full protection and support of our officers and
directors at all times. . , _"
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
X Under and by virtue of the pow3
of sale contained in a certain deed of
trust executed to the undersigned
trustee by James Brown and wif
Alice Brown on the 21st day of April
1924 which said deed of fust is of
record in the public registry cf Mar
tin County in Book Q-2 at page 102
said deed of trust having been given
to secure certain not s of even date
and tenor therewith and the stipula
tions contained in the said deed of
trust not having been complied with
and at the request of the holders o.
the said notes the undersigned trus
tee will on Monday the 18th day of
May 1925 at 12 o'clock" M -ia front
of the court houst door in the town
of Williamston, North Carolina offer
up the various courses of Tyner
for sale to JJje highest bidder for
* Don't Trust to Luck
You've worked hard —and saved
long for that home you are going to
build—so exercise as good judg
ment in your choice and selection of
materials that are to go into it.
When you buy lumber and other
building materials at home—from a
home dealer—you do not
trust to luck in what you get.
Come to our yards and let us sub
mit plans or go over the plans you
have and help you decide just what
you want. All of our experience in
materials is at your beck and call.
You can personally inspect materi
als and have the right to exchange
(without expense) all deliveries
that do not please you.
No Job too Big—or too Small for Us
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Roanoke Supply Co.
cash the following descried real es
tate, to- wit: q
First tract: Beginning at the Henry
Griffin Southeast corner on the Bear
Grass and Williamstom road, thence
along A. H. Griffin's line to his West
corner, thence a straight line across
W. S. Peel's field and along a line o
marked trees to Tyner Branch, thence
Branch to J. Daniel Biggs corner on
Tyner Lane; thence down Tyner Law
to the Bear Grass and Williamston
R6ad; thence along said road to the
beginning, containing 20 acres more
Second tract: Containing 16 acre,
more or less, bounded on the North b>
the lands of J esse Tyner, on the W eft
by the lands of Jesse Tyner, on th*
South by J. Daniel Biggs and th*
trac* first above described, and being
the James Brown Homeplace.
This the 15th day of Ap;tl, 1926.
ELBERT S. PEEL. Trustee.