Opens Monday se P h t! 6 Roanoke Fair, Williamson
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roebuck and
children have moved to the home in
New Town where the Lindsleys were
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bailey have
moved from their place on Church
Street to the Stalls home.
Mrs. Mary Bonner Gurganus and
family will move to her new home on
Watts Street next Monday, and Mr.
and Mrs. John Peel will move irom
their country hoibe, about five miles
from here, to the home on Main Street
where Mrs. Gurganus is now.
Miss Ixjuallie Taylor was in town
Mr. and Mrs. J.*"R. Corey, of Har
disons Mill, were in town yesterday.
Attorney Henry D. Hardison, of
Tarboro, was a professional visitor
Mr. Donoho, city construction man
ager of the Carolina Telephone &
Telegraph Co., left this week for Fay
c-tteville, where he will spend sever
al weeks before returning here to fin
ish the installation of the new system
of the company.
Miss Thelma Brown visited Miss
Rosalie Rhea in Windsor this week.
Enoch Stillman and Hubert Coburn
of Plymouth were in the city Wed
Bryant Carstarphen will leave Mon
day for Durham, where he will be a
junior at Duke University this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Lilley and daugh
ter, Miss Lizzie, were shoppers here
Mr. Ira Griffin and daughter, Miss
Thelma, "were visitors here yesterday.
Mrs. J. P. Boyle and Misses Maggie
Pell and Annie Jones, of Hamilton,
were shoppers here Wednesday.
Mesdames Bog Slade, sr., and S. W.
Matthews, of Hamilton, and Mr. and
Mrs. Van Taylor and little daughter,
of Eve?btts, attended the show here
Mrs. Mary Crudup,'of Henderson,
visited Mrs. A. T. Crawford this week.
Mrs. Moye Taylor, of near Hamil
ton, was a visitor in the city Wed
nesday. - -
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lindsley
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Lindsley and little daughter
have moved to the home on Main
Street formerly occupied by the Shir
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stalls have
moved into their new home on y/ent
William H. Harrison left this morn
mjf for Charleston, S. C., where he is
a cadet at the Citadel.
R. H. Weaver, of Gold Point, was
a visitor here Wednesday.
PECAN GROWING IS PROFITABLE
If interested as t» how, what, when
or where to grow them write J. B.
Wight, Cairo, Ga. . a-17-8t
Akkaa Lady TdU Haw She Ok.
taked Relief by Takiaf CardW.
Fads Fiae and Eqjtfi Lift
IWw, She Says.
TaDadaoa, Ala.—Mrs. Mary Hardy,
408 Henderson Avanua, this city,
mlhst imu years ago aha "got
6am* atctf and waa unable to at•
tsnd to h«r hooaework.
*1 km saw baan ao weak be
tea or ataoa," aha ana 1 had a
hnWf pain m war akU ao aoce In
fny.sida and tha lower part of my
"Aaoaa my back ached, and I
was ao uarsuua I oooldnt atand np.
I had joat about ghm op whan
aoma one who oama to aaa ma bar
gan talking about OsrdoL This
osnaad me to sot it I took about
two bottiaa befcre I acw much fay
thosmh, I pickad op
right awsqp!l alept better at Bighl
I waft hungry, enjoyed my food,
wUch I hacmt dona for aoma time.
"Tha pain and aorsoaaa gradually
laftmyade. 1 regained my strength.
I took about sfabottlea and left off
far awhile, then took two or thxee
■ara, . • 1 " J"* £*
his and can work now, too."
Cavfai fa purely ngetabh and
witafaa no harmful drags. It haa
t- -1 J At. a m . tm _
nupaq uaowiiDQt oc muftnng womm
and Aoold halp yaa, too. NC-lM
Society & Personate
Mrs. ELBERT S. PEEL, Editor
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stalls, ot En
field, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Stalls. Mr. Stalls has just returned
from Chattanooga, Tenn.
Mr. Sidney Beacham left Tuesday
for Buies Creek, where he will take
a commercial course at Buies Creek
Misses Fannie Robertson and Clara
Manning and Edwin Manning left
their homes in Griffins Township to
day for Washington, where they will
onter W. C. 1. for the coming year.
Mrs. W. H. Harrell and daughter,
Miss Sarah, will leave tomorrow for
Washington, D. C., where Miss Har
rell will leave her mother and go to
Charleston, W. Va. She will be science
teacher in a boarding school in that
city. Little Jennie Swanner Moore
will go with her aunt to Washington
and return home with her the first of
Attorney E. S. Peel returned today
from Lillington, where he went on
H. D. Bateman and Mr. and Mrs.
Luke Lamb, of Wilson, wire visitors
here this week.
Miss Lucille Hassel left Tuesday for
Winston-Salem, where she will enter
Salem College for the full term.
Mrs. Joe Cherry left Tuesday
for Richmond, where she will enter
St. .Elizabeth's Hospital for treatment.
Mrs. Otis Aiken and daughters,
Mary Frances and Virginia, of Ox
ford, are visiting Mrs. Aiken's sis
ter, Mrs. R. A. Pope. They will bo
here for about two weeks.
were visitors in town Tuesday,
daughters,- Mfs. Delia Manning
were visitors in town this morning.
Mothers Treat Colds
The New "Direct" Way
ll* Longer Necessary to "Dose" Chil
dren With Internal Medicines to
■HWmB Children'* digrs
livT tions are easily up
-Bet to ° mucfi
A, * . "dosing." Vicks
_yP Vapoßub being ex
i t ' oesnot "p 8 *- 1 ' |(t ' e
\ At the first sign of
croup, sore throat,
or any other cold trouble, apply Vicks
freely. There is nothing to swallow—
you just "rub it on."
QVN HNtmoM JABS Usto YMAJHT
-\ in motor lubrication
x wSm¥ the cars below -
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I motor at all speeds; no carbon; more power speeds.
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•r •. • •-- - 7. Actualsavingingasoline.
Verify its performance in your own car.
Just get your crank-case filled at the
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STANDARD OIL COMPANY tlflQTt
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The following invitation has been re
ceived by friends of Mr.' Biggs in
Williamston, and has created much
"Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lane Stephen
son request the honor of your pres
ence at the marriage of their daugh
ter, Marie Elizabeth, to Mr. Charles
Smallwood Biggs, Wednesday morn
ing, the 29th of September, at half
after nine o'clock, Cathedral Rectory,
Kaleigh, North Carolina."
Enclosed card reads:
"At home, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Charles is the youngest child of the
late S. R. Biggs and Sallie Small
w,ood Biggs, tw citizens who have
made as deep an imprint upon the
life of the town and, community as
any who ever lived here. He has been
away for several years at school and
then at work,"but he still has numbers
of warm friends, here who are keenly
interested in. him and his approach
J. 1., llassell and Joe Everett are
visiting in Petersburg and Richmond
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FOR SALE: ONE 6-ROOM HOUSE
and lot in desirable location. For
further information write Mrs. Lottie
Peel, 340' N. Main St., Suffolk, Va.
NOT A FISH STORY
been lending them money; we all
one would think that she had
been knocking Gertrude Ederle,
From the way Great Britain ha
know that if they didn't owe
L'ncle Sam money that they'd be
working for the Kaiser. What we
are working for is to introduce
you to an ice service which, al
though featuring lowest rates for.
fullest weight, lacks not the cour
tesy so desirable.
LINDSLEY ICE CO.
The directing of funeral serv
ices requires thorough under
standing. We prido our
selves in the fact that we
receive high commendation
from many for the sympa
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accorded. No detail is over-,
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Funeral Director and Licensed
Phones 872 and #73
Williamston North Carolina
WILLIAMSTON, N. WEDNESDAY. SEll EMISER 22nd, 1926
2 Herds o 500 People 500 f A Open Dons 5 HandtT ft 00 KiderH tiO
„, » f /* 300 Homes 300 Kll of 3 Kin** 330 aorialmtK "30 Qft fl OWN^
Klephnntw fcd 10 arrow tents 10 l/vr Wild Bcasta 2 Stagea 200 acrobat* 00 J" vLu" l"u
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Tobacco is selling high. Save some
thing and put yourself in the independent
class so that you can run your husicss next
year on a cash basis. This bank will be glad
.* to have you deposit your money for this
• * -
purpose, and is able and does guarantee
absolute safety for your monkey.
COMMISSION MERCH A NTS
Norfolk, Va., Cotton Suffolk, Va., Peanuts
Always get from .US at Norfolk our
latest prices on Peanut Rags, Ragging and
ties before buying. *
Norfolk Office— National Rank of Com
Suftolk Office —Star Rld'g. Factory Street.