Dr. P. B. Cone is attending the meet
ing of the North *Caroiina Dental A3-
' • sociation at Greensboro. He will re
\ turn Wednesday afternoon.
Benjamin Courtney and William
Hodges, of Wako horest, spent the
week end with their people here.
L. Mrs. C. B. liasseli and Misses Eva
Peel, Bonner Gurganus, and Elizabeth
Burras attended the elimination con
tests at Hamilton Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Peel, Miss Eva
' Peel and Mr. Phillips visited Miss
Carrie Lee Peel in Greenville Sunday.
Ed Hardison, who has been visiting
his sisters, Mrs. J. W. Watts and
Mrs. W. H. Crawford, left this morn
ing for his home at Tulsa, Okla.
Henry Hardison, of Rocky Mount,
visited relatives here Satarday.
Mrs. C. B. Harrison and little daugh
• tei returned Sunday with Mr. Harrison
from Pactolus, after visiting her par
ents for several days.
Mrs. Jim Stanley and little Betsy
Grimes spent the week end with rela
tives in Washington.
Miss Janie Freeman, of Wilson, has
** arrived to spend a month with her
sister, Mrs. P. B. Cone, and Dr. Cone
at their home on Church Street.
Miss Emma Robertson, of Greens
boro, will arrive this week end to
spend Easter with her mother, Mrs.
J. L Robertson.
Miss Louise Crawford, of Maceles
field t spent the week end with her
. mother, Mrs. Fannie Crawford.
Corporal G.-K. Glenn, U. S. Marine
Corps, left yesterday to rejoin tiie
Sixth regiment of Marines, which is
now en route to China, after spend
ing a week with his mother here. Ho
had just returned from a six-months
stay in Nicaragua when he was as
signed to. the 3rd Machine Gun Batal
lion of the Sixth Regiment, and that
organization has just recently been
ordered to duty in China.
Mrs. Earl Wynne returned Friday
from Norfolk, where she visited her
aunt, Mrs. George Roberson,
Mrs. Delia Manning and sons, W.
D and Stephen, and grandson, Julius,
were shoppers here Saturday.
Misses Elizabeth, Virginia, and
Hennie Hall, Lizette and Alice Wil
liamson, and Mrs. Eloise Horn Baker,
who have been visiting Mrs. W. J.
Hodges and Miss Margaret Eevertt,
returned to their home at Norfolk
Mrs. J. L. Robertson returned yes
terday after spending several days
with her sister, Mrs. Belle Godard, in
Among those from Martin County
who have been in thf Washington
Hospital recently are Arthur Rober
son, Mrs. A. Roberson, Mrs. Perlie
Roberson, Mrs. P. Me Manning, and
Mr. J. W. Allen. Some have recovered
sufficiently to return to their homes
and the others are recuperating rapid
k * J
Misses Velma Harrison and Lucile
Hassell will arrive Thursday to spend
the Easter holidays at their homes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Staton have re
turned from Baltimore, where they
spent several days.
C. A. Roberson, of Poitsrnouth, and
J. H. Roberson, of Ahoskie, attended
the funeral of their uncle, Mr. Theo
dore Roberson, Saturday afternoon. '
TaFpaihs in side ]
Spelt of NerrtMuaes* Also Trou
bled This Lady Who Gire>
Cardoi Credit for Hdp
hf Her Get Well.
Depew, Okla—"For six yean,"
•ays Mrs. Edd Burton, of this place,
"I suffered as bad as a woman can
suite and still keep going."
"I was good for nothing, was life
leaf and pale, unable to eat any
thing. Nothing agreed with me. At
time* I had such bad pains in my
aidea and back I would have to go
to bad. I had cramping apella and
wou|d feint if I stood on my feet
any length of time. My nerves would
become upset at the least little thing
I would have ape lis of crying
that were so exhausting they left
"Several of my friends suggested
«W I Cardui. They tola me of
their experiences with it, how much
they have been helped At last 1
decided to try it
"Ia a few weeks, I could aee that I
waa improving, so I kept oa. I did
not expect the troubles of years to
disappear in a few days, nor did
they, bat in time I was much better, j
I kept up the Cardui treatment for 1
several months and thanks to it I
am a well woman now."
At all tlrug stx \ . ISO
Society & personals
Mrs. ELBERT & PEEL, Editor
Mr. Snell, State president of trie
i Bnraca Union, of Raleigh, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Z. H. Rose at
j the Atlantic Hotel last week.
MWy-Jane Mobley, of Bear Grass.
' visited her son, Charles Mobley, yes
i terday and today.
Misg Maude Leggett is visiting
i friends and "relatives in the country
Z. H. Rose has returned from Ra
leigh and other places in Wake Coun
ty, where he spent last week.
In th Superior Court Before the Clerk
J. W. Bailey, adm. of the estate
of Amanda Bailey, deceased,
J. G. Bailey and others, heirs at law.
Purouant Co iui order of resale made
in the above entitled proceedings on
the 29th day of March, 1927 by R. J
Peel, C. S. C. the undersigned com
missioner will on Friday the 15th day
of April, 1927 at 12 o'clock M. in
front of the courthouse door in the
town of Williamston, N. C. offer for
Rule to the highest bidder for cash the
following described real estate, to
: wit: •.
Beginning in Davis Harrison's line,
; a corner, thence South down the road
to a post, thence a West course, to
j John W. Bailey's line, thence along
! John W. Bailey's line to Henry
j BsJley's line, thence Henry Bailey's
| lir.P and Faruiie Rogerson's line to the
| Iv-ginning, containing by estimation
i 10 acres more or less.
The land above was sold by com
missioner on the 10th day of March,
1927 when and where J. G. Bailey be
came the last and highest bidder for
the price of ?16(>0.00. Upset bid has
been made and land is being resold on
1 account of said upset bid.
This the 29th day of March, 1927.
ELBERT S. PEEL,
j Ap-1,2t Commissioner, j
NOTICE OF SALE
I will sell on Wednesday, the 27th i
tiay of April, 1927, all the personal
property In-longing to the late Har
riott E. Ward at her diiath, not other
wise devised; at her home, and (1-2)
one-half interest in fiv» (5) bales of
Terms of sale: Cash.
Sale will begin at 2 o'clock p. m.
This 26th day of March, 1927.
mrg» 4tw S. M. JONES,
Administrator, Harriet E. Ward.
Having this day qualified as ad
ministratrix of J. T. Rogerson, de
ceased, late of Martin County, North
Carolina, this is to .notify all person?
having claims against estate of said
deceased to present them for payment
on or before the 26th day of March,
3 928, or this notice will be pleaded in
Imr of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
ia a Prescription for
COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE,
BILIOUS FEVER AND MALARIA!
It Killa the Germ*
E AST E R
• Every woman wants a new coat,
derss, hat, and,slippers for this oc^a
f \ sion; and if you haven't got yours, it
will pay you to visit our store, as we
have a large selection to choose from
" an d are making special low prices on
• • "them. , " N
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Harrison Bros. & Co.
Williamston's Largest Department Store
DEPARTMENT TO MEET
The Department of American Citi
zenship of the Woman's Club will
meet at 4 p. m., Thursday, April 14,
in the club rooms. Departments of
city government and public utilities
will be discussed at this meeting.
will please make immediate payment.
This 26>th day of March, 1927.
inr29 6tw Administratrix.
R. L. Coburn, Attorney.
Under and by virtue of the power of
sale contained in that-certain deed of
trust executed to the undersigned j
•trustee on the 7th day of May, 1919, i
end of record in Martin County regis- i
try in book A-2, page 146, securing
Certain bonds of even (kite therewith,
and the stipulations not having been
reference of said settlement of line is
hereb/ referred to, and being the
same land sold by John D. Biggs &
Co. to R. P. Satterwhite to N. S. Peel, 1
j.nd N. S. Peel to Woodley Thompson,!
containing 300 acres, more or less.' |
This the 25th day of March, 1927.
J. C. ANDERSON,
mr 29 4tw Trustee.
SASH —DOORS —GLASS
SUFFOLK s- VIRGIN I \
The Talk Of The Town
ON LADIES' COATS, DRESSES & SHOES
25 New Dresses Have Just
Arrived For Easter Season
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WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
THE ENTERPRISE WILLIAM3TON. N. C.
WANTED: 10 OR 12 SOWS WITH
pigs or sows that will farrow in
April or May. Price must be right, j
J. G. Staton. a 5 2tj
FOR SALE: MEAT AND LARD. IS.
R. Coburn, Jamesville, N. C., lioute
No. 2. al2 3tw
1 HAVE TAKKN UP AT MY HOME
on the Staton farm three large
sows; two black and one sandy; and
three pigs, about 3 months old, one
sandy and two red. Came to my
home April 6th. E. W. Wynn. all! 2t j
DOG LOST: MEDIUM SIZE BLACK
and white pointer dog answering to
name of "Spot." Head, is black witKj.
two large black spots on the right
side pf the body and two small black
spots on the left. Finder return to
Mr. McCabe of the Murray & MrCabe
Lumber Co., and receive liberal re- (
ward. a 12 2t j
s CANDIDATE FOR MAYOit
1 announce my candidacy for the j
office of mayor of the town of Wil-!
liamslon, North Carolina, subject, I
however, to the will of the convention j
to be held in the courthouse Monday i
night, April 18, 1K27.
H ATT IK THROWKK. j
This 12th day of April, 1927. al2 2t
Easter and Spring
S there are a host of piquant spring modes in this display—any
S I one of which will be quickly approved for its simplicity of line and
I V. f / * its clever styling. These hat* emboily all the smart swank for
J which Hoyt's is noted. There-are tailored felts, fancy crochet
M straws,' felt and straw combinations, bankoks, and milans—with
| severe tailored or more elaborate trimmings.
$4.95 to $12.50
Frocks for misses and women that com- S |wjk
bine excellent taste with unusually smart wKHk
lines. There are frocks for street, after- IffiM
noon, and sport wear, with boleros, separ- v f'i'jjjfiffip I
ate jackets,, simulated blouse effects, pleats,
tucks, and .jabots. Tailored, semi-tailored,
and softer versions for dress wear. Of silk '
crepes, sheer crepes, chiffon, and georgette,
in all the new pastel shades. -
STffl . Kntirely new coats—smart and becoming
jjjßTf ' -4Wth straight or belted lines that will ac-
PWLi centuate the slim, lithe lines of youth, and
I J with all the new details that Fashion calls
1 I , smart. Tucked, pleated, and seamed in
I II many unique and attractive ways. Fur
J j • trimmed or without fur. Well tailored of
IX ; high-grade fabrics, in many charming col
-5 ors. Models for dress and sport wear.
Here you will And an appropriate purse for every occasion—for
th" taillmy, the afternoon frock, and for shopping. There are en- g ■■mnwl^^
vrlopes, pouch, under-tho-urm, and vanity purses, of calf, snake- JBf7 *
skin, antelope, alligator, *ued> and silk. Many unusual features. f/lfm, j \j 4
Heautifully lined and fitted. In natural reptilian colors, and all WM]| SBjj
tones of beige, tan, brown, and black. UfjMJ JJn
$2.95 , :
I Gloves of chamois, kid, silk, and
||jl washable suede, in gauntlet, slip-on,
and one and two clasp models. Turned
back cuff with novelty stitching. In
all the attractive shades to harmonize
with the spring costume.
$1.19, $1.50, $195
Shoes in the colors, leathers, and styles v
that are smart for immediate and summer * iflW
wear. Included are strap pumps, step-ins, „
tie models, and sandal effects. Of kid-skin,
satin, patent, calfskin, and reptilian leath
ers. Variety of color and design. AAA to C.
J. K. HO YT
WASHINGTON, N. C.