Williamilon Market Positively"
OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
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THE ROANOKE WAREHOUSE INVITES YOU TO MAKE YOUR
WITH THEM. THEY WILL DO THEIR UTMOST TO H AVE YOU CONTINUE
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Griffin, Morton, Watts and Gurkin
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>T Our Motto: "Do Unto the Farmer Exactly as We Would Have Him do Unto Us If Our Positions Were Reversed."
Local and Personal
Visiting Dr. and Mr*. Saandera
Father Clark, of Kittrell and Smiths)
field, ia visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. H.
Saunders. He is en route to Nag#;
Head for his annual outing.
Here From Norfolk
Miss Lizette Williamson, of Norfolk
urrived yesterday to visit her aunt,
Mrs. W. J. Hodges and Mr. Hodges,
at their home on Haughton Street lor
u few days.
Visiting Parents Here
Mrs. H. Craig Chapman and little
daughter are visiting Mrs. Chapman's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. 8. Hadley,
and her sister, Mrs. Z. H. Rose.
Here From Greenville Tuesday
Mr. and Mfk Justus Everett and
/•v.iidMm, of Greenville, visited Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Hodges Tuesday.
Shoppera Here Wednesday
Mrs. Harry Waldo and daughter,
Miss Mary, of Hamilton, were shop
pers hare Wednesday.
Leave far Wake Forest „
Mrs. Wheeler Martin, Mrs. Wheeler
Martin, jr., and little son, Wheeler,
left this morning for Wake Forest to
spend several days with Dr. and Mrs.
W. L. Potaat
Return From Virginia Beech
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Parker and lit
tle daughter have returned from Vir
ginia Beach, where they spent some
Return From Virginia Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Peel returned
Wednesday night from a trip to Vir
ginia Beach and Richmond.
Take Your Family to
for a pleasant and
' Good hotel service
at reasonable rates.
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Music by 5-Piece
.Spend Thursday Here
S Mr. and Mrs. Whit Purvis spent yes
! terday in the city.
I Return From Virginia Beach
Mr. and Mrs Oscar Anderson re
turned yesterday from Virginia
Beaeh, where they spent several days.
In Raleigh Yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Lamb spent
Wednesday in Raleigh.
Business Visitor Here This Week
Mr. T. Jack Bagby, of Raleigh, was
a business visitor here this week.
In Town Wedneaday
Mrs. Hennie Ballard, of Hamilton,
spent Wednesday in the city.
leaves for New York City
Mrs J. B. H. Knight left Thursday
for New York City to visit her son;
Mr. B. Haywood Knight.
Will Return Saturday
, Mrs. Carrie Biggs Williams and
daughter, Miss Frances, and Mr. Har
ry A. Biggs will return Saturday
from Virginia Beach, where they have
been visiting Dr. Edgar Morrison and
his sister, Mrs. Grace Orady.
HAM, Swift's Premium, pound
1 lb. 2 lb. , ; 4 lb. 8 lb.
can, 23c can, 43c can, 81c can, $1.52
Marshall's Kippered Herring, large can 18c
Potatoes, Irish, pound 5c
Potatoes, sweet, pound be
Cabbage, pound. 6c
Lemdn"s,large juicy, dozen... --" - 25c
Fig bars, pound ~~ 12 l-2c
Ginger Ale Grape Juice
CA C Imperial dry, bot 18« Armours, small bot. 12t
Cliquot Club, bot. 16c pint bot. 28«
Jamestown, bot. „ 12c quart bot 55c
Yorktown, bot. 10c Welch's, small bot. —l2 l-2c
r A»Rex Fruit Syrup - . pint bot. Ssc
pint bottle ' 85c f quart bot. 65c
D. P. YELLOW LABEL TEA
Small pk« 1-4 lb. pkg.. 1-2 lb. pkg. 1 lb. pkg. !
10c . 21c 89c 78c
LARD, good cooking, pound 17c
VAN CAMP'S BEANS, 3 large can for PBT
COMET RICE, 8 packages for
NAVY BEANS, 3 pounds for M* V/
SHREDDED WHEAT package 12c
Kellogg*# Corn Flakes, pkg. 10c Quaker Oats, pkg. 10c
J. Post Toaaties, pkg. 10e Mothers Oats, pkg. loc
D. P. CAKE
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D. P. Cake is absolutely the finest eake ever produced, and la so
recognised by our customers. Ask oiir manager fWill eating
:* sample. " - .
LIGHT FBUIT eg POUND /
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D. P. BREAD
Our Pride, 21 oz. machine wrapped loaf 10c
Better on the Second Day Than mi Iks First. With That Rich Cake
Visiting Miaa Geneva Cook
-Misses Florence Ellington and
Thelma Woolen, of Kington, are the
house guests of Miss Geneva Cook.
Return to hinston
Mrs. Clarence Jeffries and children
Clarence, jr., John, and Fleming, ami
little Miss Ida, of Kinston, who haw
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Staton left yesterday for their home.
Here l'rom Hamilton Yeaterduy*
Messrs. Pat Davenport and Frank
Gladstone, of Hamilton, were in the
city yesterday morning.
Return From Virginia Beach
Messrs. C. D. Carstarphen and Clay
ton Moore will return today from Vir
ginia Beach,* where they have been
visiting Mrs. Carstarphen and Mrs.
Moore at the Wiliiajnston cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. HHNHCII
Entertain at Bridge
At their lovely home on Main
Street Wednesday night, Mr. ami Mrs.
C. B. Hassell entertained with three
I inactive liver, Htak headache, mm
itnniach. harmful constipation.
Why Riitfer thesu miseries, wh««
easily and pleaaantly removed by
No discomfort, pain or nausea - Ma
THE ENTERPRISE. WL'.LIAMSTON. NORTH CAROLINA
tables 01 bridge, complimentary U> Mr,
Russell's cousin, Airs. Clarein'e Jef
fries, of Kinston, who is the house
guest of Mrs. J. G. Statoii.
After several progression* of bridge
ice cream and cake were sern.nl.
Those playing were Mis. JelF-ries,
i Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Statoii, Mr. and
i Mrs. Wheeler Martin, jr. and Mr. and
Mrs. W. 11. Watts, Miss Eva Wynne,
l>r. and Mrs. J. S. Rhodes,.and Jtr.
and Mrs. I'. B. Cone.
: GOOD I'EARS FOR SAl.i;. N R
lioberson, jr., Route 4, Williumston,
N. C. all 2t
j!RANI> NEW 3-RI'KNFR IKl||.
once oil stove for sale. J is. on. \v.
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NOTICE OF AI KM I NISI RATION
Having this day; qualified as ad
miiiintra!or of the estate >f S. i; Red*
dick, deceased, all per.ons holitin,;
ilninis avail's! sa'd estate ffie hereby
notified to present same.for payment
| on or before the IGih day of July,
U'26, or this notice will he pleaded
'n bar of fheir recovery.
South Carolinians Like Their Pool
More Want to Get in_the Swim
THE TIDE OF PROSPERITY HAS RISEN WITH THE INCREASED ADVANCES
BY THE TOBACCO ASSOCIATION ON THE 1925 CROP IN SOI Til CAROLINA
-"rMore than pounds 03' tobacco from thi.s.season.'scrop art' now inlhe pool.
This tobacco has brought members of the association more cash per pound, on their
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first advance than the price of the entire South Carolina crop in 11)21 before
there was any tobacco association.
Farmers, merchants and bankers of South Carolina will +eM ymt-HtrTtyHre-nssocia
tion is the reason why South Carolinians are reaping the reg ard from one of the best
and biggest crops ever grown in their State.
Without the association they could not get the pirofit from this year's crop.
The Palmetto Poolers Are Riding the Crest of the Wave Today and Know That They
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Your Turn Comes Next
WILL YOU GET PROFITS IN THE POOL?
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OR WILL YOU SACRIFICE YOUR ONLY HOPK?
MANY OTIIER3 HAVE WAITED TOO LATE! — ~
COME ON IN, THE WATER'S FINE! " .
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THE TOBACCO GROWERS COOPERATIVE ASSOOAHON
.1 jieistniit iml.bted to sai! estate
Wt . please et'Mie forward i.nd mako
immediate se.tlement of same. .
This July 10th, UI2.Y
j> 7 Ot\s _ Aduiini..traU>r.
J; l>. SLAOK. -
H.-'ving qualified as executrix of tho
estate ol Augustus Johnson, deceased,
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By ;fet~ »pur'f ieTrf. (1 t • "amity
paekatfe, containing. fiill dir>'-
tiona, pri 'f £"> ctr;, trial paekw.
10 ct« .At any dr"/ store. (Adv.)
lie of Martin County, Nor>(i Can - i>"nvfry. All pvhtnu ii*(lcb.e.i to tl
■Ttir, thra Is to notify all poi-sot's hav- -.m wtiu- will please make immet
»>• claims uuain.ii me estate of s-ai.l
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(icast-il in exhibit them to tile uti
■ .'ui;:v \iul aILS JOHNSON,
or -lu!£altgrue> M ur bcUiw T .r- „ „> v
l.xHcu'-rix of the estate or August
hr ■Stst'.ftay of Jutyr WStt; wr this iro^ry,-;'-
ice will l«' |)lea>lel in bat of their Ilupl (1. Huilon, atjorney. jy 21
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