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Lieut and Mrs. C. H. Yost and
daughter, Miss Muriel, spent the week
end with her sister and family, Mrs.
Mrs. Lawrence Lindsley returned
to Norfolk Navy Yard with her sister,
Mrs. C. H. Yost, where she will spend
Messrs. P. D. Bain, president Ameri
can Peanut corporation, and Mr.
Woodley, president Columbia Peanut
coroporation and Tom Birdshong, of
Suffolk, were visitors here yesterday.
Mrs. J. H. Saunders, Mrs. J. S.
Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Godard are
spending today in Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McMasters, Mrs.
F. U. Barnes and Francis Barnes
spent yesterday in Rocky Mount.
Mrs. Ned Laughinghous, Mrs. R. B.
uoss and Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Craw
it rd visited in Oriental Wednesday.
Rev. C. H. Dickey attended a church
conierence in Monday.
Mrs. R. L. Smith of RoOersonville
v visited her sister, Mrs. A. R. Dun
Mrs. L. P. Hornthal of Plymouth and
her daughter, Mrs. i.yone of Ayden
viaited Mrs. W. B. Watts Thursday.
Mrs. Rachael B. Ross of Seaford,
Del. is spending a month with her
sister, Mrs. K. B. Crawford.
Doctors W. E. Warren and J. E.
Smithwick and Harry A. Biggs re
turned last night from Columbia, S.
C. where they attended the Tri-State
Medical Society meeting.
Friends of Mrs. C. A. Harrison are
delighted with the good news from
her bedside. She underwent an Oper
ation Tast Tuesday at the University
hospital, Baltimore, and is getting
along very well.
Miss Mary Spruill of Windsor
visited friends here Wednesday.
S. R. Biggs will leave tomorrow
night for New oYrk where he will
take a six weeks course at the Ren
ouard Training school for embalmers.
He will, alßo take a course in plastic
Mrs. S. R. Biggs and children, Bil
lie and Nancy left today for Ed en ton
where they will visit Mrs. Paxie Bad
ham for two weeks. They will then
visit relatives in Norfolk and Rocky
Little Roger Critcher, who was oper
ated on at the • Washington hospital
last week is recovering very quickly.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wynne returned
today from Norfolk, where they saw
George White's scandals last night.
C. D. Carstarphen spent several
days of last week in Baltimore buy
ing spring merchandise for his store.
Frank Margolis returned today from
New York where he has been buying
and looking over spring styles for
Margolis Brothers for the past two
Miss Mildred Darden attended a
dinner dance In Windsor last night
Mrs. B. Bloom of New York ar
rived this afternoon for a severaf
weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs.
Frank Margolis and Mr. Margolls.
Mr. W. J. Cherry of Rout four was
a business visitor here yesterday.
A large number of fans attended
the basket ball game between the lo
cal highs and Windsor at Windsor
last Tuesday night.
PALE & PEAKED
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Ma&ar T. Tab Cariai,
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TWm —Mm QUdyi
Pwurriat, ti this dtf, aamac "At
I inftmd awfully with paina
acroaa ay back and through my
aidaa. I would have to go to bad
.fi and ataar two or (fan* day* at •
tea. ft was vary wodiKm I
■aanagadtokn» goiag, but ...did
■ot aajoy mafaeß et-aIL
Dm oaf m mother ramnrkadoa
( how bad! lookad. She said: "Yoo
Ed tSm* fchanatf • onmhar'af
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1 cat the OanW and began tab
taw 8, and from tha toat dose or
two I ooold aaa • ttango for tha
better. Tha ftnt tbtag I noticed
wm thai n» MjiHHi WM improved.
I began to Da hungry and I enjoyed
any mate. I slept better at night
nat waa ao modi quieter that 1
«ot tha baoeftt tew ft. I kaot oft
with tha Cardui and took n tor
Society & personals
Mrs. ELBERT S. PEEL, Editor
MRS. F. U. BARNES
Mrs. F. U. Barnes entertained Tues- j
day night at her home on Church
street in honor of her father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McMas.er
of Pocomoke, Maryland. There were
nine tables of bridge and thj games
were played in the parlors and living
rooms decorated with jonquils and
ether early spring flowers. Mrs. Chas.
lawyer received a lovely hat box for
making high score and Mrs. P. H.
Brown an embroidered handkerchief
for low score. Mrs. McMaster was
given lingerie, Mrs. Rachel Ross a
box of stationery and Mr. McMaster
a tie for guest priies. The hostess
served creamed chicken in pattios,
potato chips, sandwiches, pickles and
hot coffee at the contusion of the
games. Those honored by Mrs. Barnes
wtre Mesdames. Kader B. Crawford,
J. W. Watts, jr., A It. JSJ,
S. PeeL Clayton M.ooro, Pr"tf.'*Cone,
Frederick Hoyt, Wheeler Martin, H.
M. Stubbs, J. G. Staton, S. R. Biggs,
J. S. Rhodes, Earl Wynne, J. H. Saun
ders Tom Brandon, Louis Bennett,
Roy Gurganus, Maurice Watts, Perlie
E. Brown, Leslie Fowden, George H
Harrison, J. D. Woolard, Titus Critch-
er, J. G. Godard, Misses Anns Craw
ford and Carrie Delle White and Mr
Frederick Hoyt Her out-of-town
guests were, Mrs. Fred Dunstan, C.
J. Rhea, Charles Sawyer and Mrs. W.
T. Tadlork of Windsor, Mrs. Rachel
Ross of Seaford, Del., the house
guest of her sister, Mrs. K. B. Craw
ford and Mrs. 'S. S. Lawrence of
Mrs. Barnes also entertained in the
afternoon for" Mrs. McMaster. Her
quests brought their fancy work at
hei request and enjoyed sowing and
conversation for two hours before re
freshments were served. Those en
joying Mrs. Barnes' hospitality at
that time were Mosdames. Charles
Fleming, B. S. Courntey, W. J.
Hodges, C. B. Clark, Henry Crawford,
W. E. Warren, Chas. James, C. O.
Pardo, C. D. Carstarphen, W. G.
Hurdison, J. D. Biggs, Asa T. Craw
ford, Carrie B. Williams, Myrtle
Brown, Anna Harrison, Caroline
Mr. S. E. Ange was a caller in our
Mr. J. W. Davenport of Rocky
Mount was a business visitor" here
Our Spring Showing of
[fm Ready - to - Wear,
f[ I Millinery, Silks
r and Piece Goods
* " ''liil' • NOW ON DISPLAY ..
I i 11
mm Never before have we seen goods as
I [ / beautiful as they are for this Spring
| / and Summer.
, \ J of Your Presehce
J Is Hoped For
Harrison Bros. & Co.
. Williamston's Largest Department Store
V * % . "
NEWS AND PERSONALS
Mr. Joe Shepherd Holliday, of W.
C. 1., spent the week end with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Holliday.
Miss Sat>e Perry, of E. C. T. C\,
spent the week end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Perry.
Mr. Leonard Coltrain and Miss
Sadie Mae Hadley motored to Wil
liamston to see the basketball game
last Friday night.
j Little Johnnie Rodgers underwent a:i
operation Wednesday at the Tarboro
i hospital. He was accompanied by his
parents and Miss Carrie Ward.
Friends of Mr. J. L. Holliday will
regret to know that he is quite ill.
Miss Sadie Mae Hadley spent the
week end with Miss Mary Bailey.
the 'cegi'Stry" of Martin County
'tfTTiook R-2, at page 326; said deed
of trust being given to secure the pay
ment of certain notes of even date
and tenor therewith, and the stipula
tions in said deed of trust not having
been complied with, and the stipulan
been complied with, and at the re
quest of the parties interested, the
undersigned trustee will on the 28th
day of February, 1927, at 12 o'clock
( m., at the courthouse door in the town
, ot Williamston, N. C., offer for sale
to the highest bidder for cash at pub
1j lie auction the following tracts of
,| lui:d, to wit:
Lleing lots numbers 108, 109, 19, and
j 20 in the town of Parmele, N. C, as
; described in a certain map made by
. F. W.. Secrest, C. E., which map is
. registered in the register of deeds of
fice of Martin County in book 7, at
I page 412, reference to which is here
i by made for further description.
This the 27th day of January, 1927.
D. A. JAMF.S,
i j 2B 4tw Trustee.
Robert L. Coburn, attorney.
NOTICE OF RESALE
Notice is hereby given that under
' and by virtue of the power of sale
! contained in a certain deed of tryst
• from C. L. Viek and wife, Varina Vick
Sell Your Logs
Murray & McCabe
Williamston Lumber Co.
THE ENTERPRISE—WILLI AM BTON, N. C.
| - ~ Small Hat 9tffl Rnle> fog Spring, * |
- rh * "yj *y • fl F a tf* L ? l - b * * Bptl| y
to the undersgned trustee, default hav
ing: been made in the terms and con
ditions as expressed in said deed of
trust and under and by virtue of an
order of resale signed by K. J. Peel,'
clerk of the superior —the"
2nd day ofjfcYUnuwry, 132*, the bid at |
the" former sale having been raised,
the undersigned trustee will on Mon-,
day, the 21st day of February, 1927,
at 12 o'clock m., at the courthouse j
door of .Martin County at William-!
ston, N. C., offer for resale to the
highest bidder for cash, the following
described lands, to wit:
Situate on Outterbridge Street, in
the town of Robersonville N. C., Mar
tin County, adjoining the lands of L.
A. Briley and others, and bound on
the north by the residence lot of said
L. A. trilly, on the east by tho cen
ter of Outterbridffe Street, on the
south by the center of Second Street,
on the west by a ditch, and being tho
houue and lot formerly owned by the
late 8. L. Ross and now occupied by
his widow, Neva S. Ros.«, and allotted
to her as her dower out of the lands
of the said S. L. Ross, dt ceased; anil
it beinjf the one-fifth undivided inter
est. therein owned by said Vartiia
Vick. subject to the dnwir rijtht of
siid Neva L. Ross.
I)R. W. L. DAVIS
EYE SIGHT SPECI \LIST
Bell Jewelry Co.
This 2nd day of February, 1927.
J. N. COBtiRN,
f4 2tw Trustee^,.
Dunning & Moure,.
By virtue of the authority conferred
in me by a "Deed of Trust" executed
to me by I,ee S. James and wife, Mar
tha C. James, on the 20th day of
December, 1921, and duly recorded in
the register of deed's office in Martin
County, in bookf~i-2, page 100, to se
cure the payment of a certain bond
bearing even date therewith, and the
Stipulations in said deed of trn t not
hHving been complied with, I shall ex
pose at public auction, for cash, a*
12 o'clock on Friday, the 25th day of
February, 1927, at the courthouse door
in Martin County, the following prop
Bounded on the north by the land
of, Jesse Thomas heirs, on the east by
the county road leading from Oak City
to Hassell, N. C., on the south by Lee
S, James, and on the west by the
Announcing a NEW lino by an Old Company
(BUILDING SUPPLIES DIVISION) >
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