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ON ACCOUNT OF THE EXPENSE OF HANDLING CHECKS DRAWN ON US AGAINST INSUFFICIENT FUNDS, WE ARE FORCED TO MAKE A
CHARGE OF TWENTY-FIVE CENTS FOR EACH CHECK DRAWN AGAINST YOUR ACCOUNT UNLESS YOU HAVE SUFFICIENT FUNDS TO TAKE CARE
OF THE CHECK. THIS WILL GO INTO EFFECT JUNE Ist, 1927.
PLANTERS & MERCHANTS BANK
EVERETTS, N. C.'
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Fiiends of Mrs. Carrie Biggs Wil
liams will regret to learn that she 's
ill in the Protestant hospital in Nor
folk. Her sister, Mrs. A. T. Ciawford
is with her. >
Mrs. F. W; Hoyt and daughters,
Misses Fiances and Eugenia attended
the funeral of Mr. J. K. Hoyt which
took place in Washington last Sat
Elbert S. Peel spent yesterday in
Durham, on business.
M iss JennetU Wedmore, of Green
ville, is visiting Miss Edmond
W. H. Harrison will return to
morrow from Duke University, Dur
ham, where he has been a student for
the past year.'
Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Potoat, who are
returned missionaries from China and
Miss Ida Poleat of Meredith College,
Raleigh, were the week end guests
cf Mr. and Mra. Wheeler Martin. Dr.
and Mies Ida Poteat are uncle and
:>unt of Mrs Martin.
Miss Pattie Moore of Washington
was the guest of her brother, Dr. W.
E. Warden and Mrs. Warren Sunday.
M iss Ethel Griffin has returned |
from Charlotte where she has held a |
position as teacher in the grammar
grades of that city for the past yetr.
Judge Francis I). Winston attend- i
ed church services here Sunday.
I UNLIMITED POWER SUPPLY 1
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WILLIAMSTON, NORTH CAROLINA
We request a most complete study of our power pro- We ask that you give our proposal the consideration
posal in order that you may determine what is best for we believe it merits.
your city. We request an exhaustive investigation.of • -- We invite you, as our guest, to visit the cities we
our company, our standing in the cities we serve, and our serve and to meet and become acquainted with our or
ability to serve Williamston. ganization.
j ' Uis our honest belief that an unlmited I ,ower su l" We have unlimited faith in the future of Eastern
ply made available in Williamston from our power trans- North Carolina and Williamston.
. mission lines will place Williamston in a position to grow, „
j i , ~ - ... .. ~ „ , , • , The future power supply for Williamston is an im
develop, and prosper. Our faith in the future develop
, , j, i. m. j portant matter. It should have your most careful con
men t of Williamston, when served by an unlimited pow- .\
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| er supply, is as great as yours. v
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VIRGINIA ELECTRIC & POWER COMPANY
W. E. WOOD, President *V **~i' T.CHASE, Manager II
Mrs. H. M. Stubbs has returned
i home to spend a few days before re
turning to Wake Forest where she
I has been for same time at the bed
ride of her father who is critically
1 ! P. E. Getsinger, of Jamesville ltout
i 1 was in town yesterilay.
I Mrs, Wheeler Martin and little son,
Wheeler are .spending some lime In
Wake Forest with her parents.
Mrs. W. H. Lilley of Jamesville
visited friend* here yesterday.
ltev. and Mrs. B. Duke Critcher and
children of Whi takers, visited rela
tives here last week.
Friends of Mrs. James G. Staton
are delighted to know that she is re
covering rapidly from an operation
which she underwent about two weeks
ago in Johns Hopkins hospital. Haiti
more. Mr. Staton has returned home
but lie will go back before Mrs. .Sta
ton is ready to come home.
Mrs. W. T. Hunter visited relatives
! in Greenville over the week and.
Harry A. Biggs" has returned from
i Norfolk where he visited his sister,
Mrs. Carrie Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Orleans and
I Solly Orleans motored to Greens
hero yesterday to get Miss Laura who
J has completed her year's work at N.
C. C. W. and who will return home
I for the summer vacation.
1. Mrs. C. J. Sawyer, of WindsqjJ
■ visited Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Martin
CARD OF THANKS
I want to assure my neighbors and
friends, one and all, that 1 very deep
1} appreciate every kindness and
favor shown us in the sickness and
death of my wife and 1 am taking
, this opportunity to say to them that
1 want to thank them for their in
terest and sympathy and assuring
everyone that it is with the deepest
appreciation that I am saying this.
It. J. A. LONG.
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Mrs. Lucy E. Bur
nette, deceased, late of Martin Coun
ty, this is to notify all persons hav
ing claims against the estate of said,
deceased to exhibit them to the un
dersigned at Williamston, N. C., on
or before the 25th day of April, 1928,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery.,
All persons indebted to said estate
will phase make immediate payment.
This 25th day of April, 1927.
J. W. BAILEY,
:.29 6tw Administrator.
Mr*. Lucy E. Uurnette Estate.
is a Prescription for
MALARIA, t HILLS AND FEVER,j
DENGUE OR BILIOUS FEVER
It Kills the Germ*
WB EMTKBPMBB - WILUAMBTON, N. C.
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Because many who did not tfet the I
chance to share in the great saving's have I
j requested an extension.
Then, too, many items due from the northern markets were delayed in transit there
fore, another splendid opportunity for you to take advantage of.
It is our desire to express in this practical way—in deeds, rather than words our grat
itude for your patronage, for the loyalty of the families of.Martin and Bertie Counties "
who have made possible the present standing of Mai'Kolis Brothers.
We feel that we may claim is due primarily to you, and the least we
can do in return is to offer values at a sacrifice to our own prrfit during this short '
period of our celebration. \
Accept our sincere thanks for your past interest in us. May the same pleasant rela
tionship and mutuaL satisfaction continue throughout the years to come.