SS Society & Personals JS
Mrs. ELBERT S. PEEL, Editor g
Mr. P. J. Carlton, of the Imperial
Tobacco Co., wu in town this weak.
Miss Ruth Clark Brown, of Wind
sor,. spent the week end with Miss
F. L. Edwards has been in Einston
this week at the bedside of his father,
who is quite iIL
Judge Francis D. Winston was in
the city Wednesday.
T. B. Brandon was in Windsor this
week in the interest of the peanut ex-
Mrs. Claud Grant, Misses Ethel Ed
mond, and Christine Johnson, of Au
lander, were shoppers in the city Sat
Mr. Croftqp, who was bookkeeper
for Rice k James on the tobacco mar
ket last year, is visiting friends in
Mr. Ed S. Peel, of Everetts, was a
visitor in the Enterprise office yes
Mr. and Mrs. Godwin Dunning:, of
Aulander, spent yesterday in the city.
Mrs. JJohn Phillips and little son,
Jack, of Norfolk, are visiting Mrs. S.
Mrs. T. F. Harrison and Mrs. Myr
tle Brown spent yesterday with Miss
Esther Harrison, in Wilson.
Judge N. A. Sinclair and Matt
Long, of Greenville, visited friends
here Wednesday evening.
Hugh Swan, of Washington, was in
town this week
Mrs. J. Sam Getsinger and little
son, Conrad, have returned from
Moyock, where they Mr. and
Mrs. Durward Gurganus.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hitch, of Bel
haven, passed through here Wednes
day en route to Windsor, where they
went to make arrangements for mov
ing. They will go to Windsor in the
near future to make their home.
Tmmmm MR Had So Wk
Streagth She "Codda't Get
Anai" Taak Cdi
.With B—rfU _
O—iwiy. IWm.—"l «HBt able
to do any of my work, and it sunn
ed like I had ao little etrangth I just
osuldnt fat around," ana Ins. Prink
Murphy, who Uvea near here.
lly mother knew of the food
Caidni ooold do, ao ahe told ma to
take it I eant and got a bottle, and
■■■ami like aO the time I grew
•Ibad been suffering with peine
in my aidaa all the time, and Cardui
helped thia wonderfully. I needed
a tonic for fcmaU trouble, and Gar
dni jnat fitted the need. Iwnawftd
b raetleaa and ooold not sleep at
night, but after taking two bottlea
o€Cerdoi I could aleep like a top 1 .
I got along all light, and I know it
Wtm doe to Cental. I can certainly
recommend it to woman mrihilng
from woman's trooblae.
"My preeent health ie Jnat fine."
Thoueanda of woman have written
to tall how Cardui relieved them of
anifcrint and helped than
lyrow in health and strength.
Garaui ia perfectly hannlaaa, be
ing aa extract at hatha,
and wntaina no daagHOH drugs or
Sold emj alma tK-iu
THE MOST STARTLING
Merchandise Event of the Year
"HEART OF THE SEASON SALE"
Due to a very warm October which Be Of 3.11 Y CStGlfdsiV MOTllinfi Vue to a very warm october which
caused most people to delay their winter J © caused most people to delay their winter
needs and realizing the fact that soon peo- w needs and realizing the fact that soon peo
ple will begin Christmas shopping, along ¥ II f \\/ I pie will be«in Christmas Shopping, along
with the low price of cotton, is why we have J IV r*l II T •I " with the low price of cotton, is why we have
attempted such a sale right in V# Am# A * A M. attempted such a sale right in
THE HEART OF THE SEASON WASHINGTON, N. C. THE HEART OF THE SEASON
Embroidery Club GVMU
of Mim. John D. Bigg*. Jr.
The Embroidery Club wu enter
tained by Mrs. Jno. D. Biggs, jr., at
its regular meeting Tuesday afternoon
at her home in Mew Town. The low
er floor, which was thrown en suite,
v/as very attractive, lovely golden
brown chrysanthemums being in
large vases in all the rooms.
Moat of the members and guests
were busy making articles for the ba
zaar, which will take piace at an early
date. Boaks were exchanged before
thfe hostess, assisted by Misses Fran
ces Williams and Miriam Courtney,
served a delicious chicken salad with
sandwiches, pickles, hot rolls, and
black coffee, which was very much
Those enjoying Mrs. Biggs' hospi
tality, besides the members of the
club, were Mesdames C. H. Dickey,
M. D. and J. W. Watts, jr., A. R.
Dunning, J. S. Early, Clark and El
bert Peel, and Miss Carrie Dell White.
Miss Selma Carson, of Bethel, vis
iled friends in town Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Tettertoi. and
daughter, ef Plymouth, were shoppers
Mrs. J. P. Boyle, Mrs. Msrk Bal
lard, and Miss Effie Waldo, of Ham
ilton, were in town Wednesday.
Rev. A. J. Manning and W. C.
Manning left Wednesday for New
Bern, where they will attend the
State convention of the Christian
Church.' They will return this even
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A New Shipment of
Ladies and Childrens
• .A * " , ■ . 0\
Come in and Look Them Over
Harrison Bros. & Co.
WILLIAMSTON'S LARGEST DEPARMENT STORE
Twentieth Century Club
Meele With Mr*. Crawford
The Twentieth Century Club, with
The Twentieth Century Club met
with Mrs. K- B. Crawford Wednesday
afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. The home
of the hostess was very invit
ing by the use of lovely fall flowers
and leaves from the woods that are
so pretty right now.
The usual business matters attend
ed to, the program was begun. Mrs. j
N. C. Green read a paper, "Poulationj
Growth in North Carolina," which was!
under the general topic for study for
the day, "Studies in Population.' This
was followed by a reading on the
subject, "Cityward Drift in North
Mrs. Wheeler Martin, jr., gave a
resume of current events, and Mrs.
Elbert Peel concluded the program,
reading a short story.
Mrs. Crawford, assisted by Mrs. H.
M. Stubbs, served a delicious crab
salad with potato chips, sandwiches,
pickles, and coffee.
There were several guests at the
meeting. Mrs. McCallum, of Greens
boro; Mrs. J John Phillips, of Norfolk,
Mrs. Ned Laughinghouso, Mrs.'J. S.
Early, Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs.
John D. Biggs, jr., and Mrs. Lnas.
Rev. and Mrsj Lee Entertain
Intermediate Leaguers at 0, £OOd balsam.
Tuesday night, Rev. and Mrs. Lee
entertained the Intermediate League I or Write
of the Methodist-Episcopal Church JOHN S. GURGANUS
with a Halloween Party. The house 026 Administrator 6'
was decorated with Halloween decora- WILLIAMSTON, N. C. ROI'TE 3
tions. Corn stalks, colored papers,
witch's booth and cut-out pumpkins,
| combined with crepe peperto carry
out an appropriate color scheme of
j orange and black.
Much of. the fun of the occasion
arose from fantastic costumes of the
ma ked leaguers
Bobbing of apples and other Hal
loween game offered much amuse-
I mei.t during the ereniig.
At the close of the games, the hos-j
tess, assisted by Mrs. W. H. Booker
and Mrs. W. C. Liverman, served!
orangeade and chocolate sakes.
Miss Alma Mizelle, of Rotersonville,
was a shopper here yesterday.
WANTED: 1*) RENT 2-HORSE
* farm, apply to W G. Peel. 2t
ELECTRICAL SERVICE: SEE ROG-
er Smith, if you need the services
of an electrician. I will be in Wil
liamston until January 1. Roger
Smith, at R. J. Peel's residence. 029 4t
The old Tucker
home and lot, locat
ed on Watts and
Ray Streets This
property can be had
CLOSED FOR REPAIRS
Until further notice my grist mill
located ait the Fair grounds >will be
can be installed.—John U. Mizelle.
WANTED: A SMAI.L HOUSE OR
three or four rooms. Please notify
Mr. t. L. Ward- care Gold S.ar Store,
City. o2S 2t
• NOTICE OF SALE
By vir.ue of the powers vested in
me, under order of the U. S. District
Court for the Eastern District ef
North Carolina, in the suit of the Sea
board National Bank of Norfolk vs.
Bank of Jamesville and others, and by
Virtue of the deed of trust from John
son G. Modlin and wife, Lula Modlin,
da led April 10, 1923, recorded on
book G-2, page 573, register's office of
Martin Coun y, which id hereby re
f rred to, 1 will s II at public auction,
P ENDE R' S
Yellow Front Stores .
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The World Serves You
VIA THE YELLOW FRONT STORE
GOLD MEDAL Pancake and Buckwheat FLOUR, pkg.... 9e
LOG CABIN SYRUP, Pint can , 25c
PIAS, Ailee, sweet and tender, No. 2 can lie
STRINGLESS BEANS, Amron, Tea iiiKs or I>ull Head No. 2 can lie
CORN, Just Rite or Silver Run, s ,ed and tender, No. 2 can .... 11c
IVORV SOAP, Family size, 3 cakes 20c
THE WONDERS OF A DIME!
Colonial Herring, No. 2 can 10c Quaker Oats, pk«r 10c
Jcllo, all flavors, pkg 10c Quaker Hominy Grits, pkg. 10c
Jelly, Bull Head, jar ~. 10c Lemon and Vanila extract 10c
Mackerel, large and fat each 10c Van ( 'amp's milk, tall can ... 10c
Molasses, Red Fox, No. Candles, 5 for 10c
1 1-2 can 10c Carphells Soup, can ....: 10c
Squires Mustard, jar 10c FVdine*, in oil, 2 cans 10c
Can openers, each 10c 11 inz Sparhetti, can 10c
Bakers Cocoa, can 10c Ar; o Starch, 2pk s 10c
1). P. Corn starch, pkg 10c
FINEST MEATS Wonder and Palace FLOUR
Shafer sugar-cured ham, lb. 36c r\ u 'e from Hard Winter Wheat
Minced ham, fresh made, lb. 24c « „ A t , 4 , !
Premium franks, lb 29c 1 aLa * Absolute Guarantee
Chipped Beef in dust-proof 121b 24lb> 4g , b
S |b' CniCß ' Bma " and 28t . 98c $1.95
Virginia smoked sausage
links, lb 29c I>. I*. BACON
Salt pork, rib bellies, 1b... .. 22c Break f ast Sliced
Salt pork, plates, lb 18c T> „ , . „ . IT " _
Salt pork, fat backs, lb. ....... 17c diked Fresh Daily Under Gov
■ eminent Supervision
I). P. COFFEE ' lb carton, 27c: 1 lb. cart-n, 53c
The World's Best Drink .
An expert blend of the choicest ? PRIDE.BREAD
coffees in double A rj Giant 21 Ounce "I A
sealed package f C wrapped loaf -11/ C
A Complete Display of Fr sh ■ an 1 Vegetables
for cash, to the highest bidder, at'
ti*e courcnouoe Uuor oi Mar. in Coun
ty, on TiiuroUay, December z, VJAi,'
a: uoou, Uiuw true, or parcel oi land
in iuari.n bounUeu as roliuws:
On ihe nor.h by tne main public I
road, on tlie east by the lanu oi C.J
W. Mull o, on tue sou h by the land'
cl H. M. HcLiuay and N. J. Moulin, i
and on the wesl by the land of the [
late S. L. Wallace.
This November 1, 1926.
A. D. MacLEANT"
r,5 4tw Commissioner.
Notice is hereby given that the un
d rs g..ed will apply to the governor
for a parole or pardon for F. W.
Sparrow sr., and F. W. Sparrow, jr.,
convicted at the May term of Martin
County Sup rior (Jour., 1925, and sen
tenced to not less t'an . ix nor more
than tea in Slate's prison for
the crime of mu.ilafon. Anyone op
po ing vhe gran ling of said parole or
pardon wi.l forward fc.cir protest* to
tiic go er.ior imme.i.a eiy. '
M s. F. W SPARROW, Sr.
Mrs. WLLt'QRD SPARROW.
EXECUTOR 3 NOTICE
Having qualified a, executrix of
the esta.e of J. B. Speller, deceased,
late of Martin Coun y, North Caro
line, thU is to notify all persons hav
ing cla ms against the es ate of said
ilei ea ed to exhibi. them to the under
s.gned at Williamston, N. C., on or
br.'ore the 12th day of October, 1927,
01 this notice will bo pit aded in bar
o their recovery. All persons in
('ebled to said es ate will please make
This the 12th day of Octobei, 1926.
MATT IE B. SPELLER,
o!2 Gtw Executrix.
Mu::h G. Horton, Attorney.