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Dr. 1. E. White and little son,
James, Jr., and Miss Polly Lilley, of
Littleton, spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Carstarphen.
Mr. Bd Peel, of near here, visited
his brother, R. J. Peel, and Mrs. Peel
Mr. P. F. Apfel, of Norfolk, was in
town for the week end.
Mi*. A. Haasell and son, Lon, jr.,
will arrive home tomorrow from the
Mrs. Albert Coffield and daughter,
Ruth, of High Point, Mrs. C. M. La
nier, of Henderson, and Miss Mildred
Purvis and Jumbo Blaclrnall, of Kit
trell, visited relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Tctterton and
son and daughter, of Plymouth, vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Harrison
Miss Martha Harrison is visiting
Miss Mildred Darden in Kenly for a
Mrs. Blanche Anderson and son,
Sam, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Harrison and little Misses
Blanche and Katheriue Harrison re
turned home with them.
Friends of Miss Sarah Harrell are
delighted that she has returned home
from Johnson-Willis Hospital, Rich
mond, where she has been for severv
al weeks. She ia very much better
and is able to be out. Her mother,
Mrs. W. H. Harrell, returned home
Mrs. Mattie Hunt, of Bushnell,
Fla., ia spending the summer with her
sister, Mrs. L. B. Wynne.
R. A. Pope spent the week in
Creedmoor with his family.
of kwd or throat la naoattj
b«Mlud by the Tmpors
Koand Trip Reduced Fares from
Fares from Other Points
Wrighteville Beach $7.i)6
Virginia Beach |6.JKJ
Tickets on sale Fridays and Sat
urdays, good until midnight follow
Round Trip Summer Excursion
Ticket* on sale daily to resorts in
Canada and the United States,
good until October 31.
We are prepared to serve you.
V. IX GODWIN, T. A.
WillkrtMstoa, N. C. Phone 45
When You Call
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Society & personals
Mrs. ELBERT S. PEEL, Editor
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Manning, Mrs.
W. S. Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. El
bert Peel attended the funcial of the
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A 1
Latham Sunday afternoon.
Miss Mary Louise Carstarphen and
Miss Betsy Carson, of Wilson, are vis
iting Mrs. Fannie Carstarphen.
Mrs. J. G. Elmore and daughters,
Misses Lucy Dunn and Kate Dunn, of
Stttttand Neck, arc visiting Dr. and
Mrs. John . Biggs for several weeks.
Mrs. Hubert Morton and children
are spending* this week in Kinston
with her mower, Mrs. Haskett.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bowen and
daughter, Miss Frances, and their lit
tle son, are visiting Mrs. Bowen's sis
tci in Marion, S. C. They made the
trip through the country..
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Clark and son,
Billy, and Mrs. W. R. Fowden and
Reg Simpson visited Mrs. L T. Fow
den and little Anne at the Washing
ton HospitaJ Sunday.
Mrs. J. E. Pope Jnd little Warren
left Sunday for Washington, where
they will spend some time with Mrs.
Rcbert Bogart, who has been ill for
Mr. Ben Arrington and daughter,
of Rocky Mount, visited friends here
Mr. John Croom, of Gold Point,
(|*as a business visitor here Monday.
Mi«s .-/Is Lee, of Oriental, visited
Miss Emma Bell Harris during the
Mrs. Grover Godwin spent Sunday
with Mrs. Fowden at the Washing
Mr. J. R. Knowles, of near Ply
mouth, was in town yesterday.
Vacation time is health time
for kiddies. Hours of carefree
fun and breathless activity build
up vitality and strength with
which to ward oil! winter ills. And
appetites increasd accordingly.
Don't im&ke the mistake of al
lowing the hungry youngster to
wait until meal time. A slice of
Sally Ann Bakery nutritious
bread will do no morse than stim
ulate the appetite and make
keener the anticipation of the
meal to follow. And its health
giving qualities are without
Order Sally Ann Bakery bread
today, and see for yourself that
it is the best bread you can buy.
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Manning,
who are students at Chapel Hill,
spent the week end with Rev. and
Mrs. A. J. Manning.
Dr. A. F, DeGafferelly left this
morning for his home at Danville, 111.,
where he will be with his family for
two weeks before returning to North
Mr. Eliza Lewis and Miss Lucy
Whitehead, of Rocky Mount, visited
friends here Sunday.
Mr-. Wheeler Martin and little son,
i Wheeler, jr., left Friday for Wake
Forest, where they stayed until yes
terday, when they, with Mrs. Martin's
mother, Mrs. L. L Poteat, left for
California. They will visit Mr. and
Mrs. Laurance Stallings at Santa
Monica Beach for the next two
Mr. Charles M. Peel, of Criffins
Township, was a shopper here yes
Lon Hassell, jr., who was operate*! |
on for appendicitis on Tuesday is >ret-!
tinjf alonjr very nicely and it is hoped 1
that he will be able to come home
soon. His mother, Mrs. A. Hassell, is
with him in the Washington Hospital. I
That "Kingly" Feeling
"We," said Lindbergh—referring to himself and his plane, "Tin 1
Spirit of St. Louis." "We," nays the motorist, who has a i?ood
car—ami knows how !o take care of it. lie is the motorist whe has
experts keep his card in first-class working condition—and he is
"King" of the road always.
When you car goes wrong, bring it here. We are "ex pert and
can put it in flrst-cla.s running condition at minimum cost. We
work either on contract or a straight-time basis-.-your choice in
the matter ruling. Complete sa/isfaction guaranteed because we are
not "tinkerors" but "fixers."
Complete Liiie of Motor Accessories
And at Lowest Costs
Peel Motor Co.
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THE ENTERPRISE - WILUAMSTON, N. C
| k ' Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Fowdun car
| Hod their little daughter, Anne, back
I to the Washington Hospital yesterday
where she had another operation on
her arm. This was the fourth one the
little girl has undergone in the past
few weeks and was one of the most
serious, a portion of the bone in the
arm being removed. The little girl's
friends, as well as those of her par
ents, are deeply interested in her
health and hope that she will be per
manently cured by this operation.
Miss Frances Williams, Mrs. Os
car Anderson, and Harry A. liiggs vis
ited in Raleigh and Wake Forest Fri
Mrs. Harry C. James arrived Sun
day night to spend two weeks with
Mr. James and her family.
WANTED: CLEAN, WHITE RAGS;
'Will credit on subscription to this
paper at the rate of 8 cents i>er pound
for clean, white and soft rags.—The
Enterprise Pub. Co.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the author
ity contained in that certain deed of
trust executed to the undersigned
Trustee, by J. G. Godard, on the sth
day of February, 1924 ami of record
in the public registry of Martin 1
County in Book H-2 "It" pa«:e 383,!
r.aid deal of trust having been given 1
to secure certain note of even dat?j
and tenor therewith and th> stipifTa
tiony in said deed of- trust not hav
ing been complied with and a,t the
icquetftof the parties interested, the
undersigned trustee will on Thursday,
July 14th, 1927, in front of the Court
House Door in the Town of Williams
ton, N. C. at 12 o'clock M. offer for
sale at public auction to the highest
b ddar for cash the following de«irib
FIRST TRACT: A certain lot and
store building on Main Street in the
Town of Williamston, N. C. bounded
on the North by Main Street, on
East by Gordy Building, on the South Wbjr
Wbjr S. R. Bigjrs property
and known as Mucelle Building.
SECOND TRACT: The house and
lot on Haughton Street extended ami
bounded as follows: On the North by !
H. C. Hemby, on aiui South by '
Brick Warehouse Property, on West'
hy Haughton StftetslF extended and
known as Van Williams Place.
This the 13th day of June, 1927.
J. E. POPE, |
Wheeler Maitin, Atty.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
IJnder ami by virtue of tho power'
of sale contained in certain deed of
trust executed to the undersigned:
trustee by Buck E. Rogerson on the
31st day of March, 1923 and of record
in the public registry of Maitin
County in Book H-2 at page 267 se
curing a certain note of even date
and tenor therewith and default hav
ing been made in the payment of .the
same and the stipulations contained
.thereinnot having been complied with
and at the request of the holder of
the said note the undersigned trus- ,
tee .will on Wednesday, the 13th day i
of July 1927 at 12 o'clock M. in front;
on tho courthouse door in the town
of Williianiston, N. C. offer for sale.
Colorful and Comfortable
All invitation porch or lawn in
!___ ________(iuminer is tliut with colorful and *■■■■■■■■■
restful stvits or swinjj—a place to
i>r' -a llf ('> ft rack-awing which can be ens- Y\
ily moved and literally invitns tired
A ' canvas, in hrii.ht hue*, removable
i cushion to match. >
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Hick 'k iiiilff 11 'L_ M The old reliable folding chair
, . . ~ for lawn or porch. Frame of
chairs with cane bottoms. Iluilt
to withsiund weather wear und l "' st >'»'.. de hickory natural
wood, green or ted lacipiej till
every one room and comfortable
ish. Ducking best Ml
grade and gaily stiiped fast
or black your choice.
I colors, red and white, bliu'k and
* yellow, green ami, wliit\
B. S. COURTNEY
Wo will have for sale about July 15th eight nice
mules, trained for log work. Broken with rein or
, • without. Will weigh fom 1,200 to 1,400 pounds.
Fitted with harness and log- wagons; will sell sep
arate or together. If you want good team and
willing to pay right price, get in touch with us. We ,
are not giving them away. They are now in use
and may be seen at work. One pairjcan be sold
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Murray & McCabe Co.
Phone 20 ' Williamston, N. C
to the highest bidder for carfh the
following described real etrtate, to
Adjoining the lands of Lewis Rog
orson and Edmbnd Harris and others
in Bear Grass Township, beginning at
n ditch at the back of tho stables,
thence albout a We.#t cour.te along
h ditch through the field along Lewie
Rogcrson's to a forked sweet gum,
thence S 5 1-4 W 87 1-2 poles to a
Jrom in the foot of a ditch, thence S
° Town Automobile License Plates are
on sale at the Mayor's office. No resident in
the Town of Williamston will ho allowed to
operate a motor vehicle without a town
auto license after July 1.
W. B. DANIEL
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Chief of Police.
p7 E 196 pol.fc tto a light wood stamp
' M' Grouse Church Yard, thence
down the Willianwtos) and Greenville
troad to a dtich back of the stables,
|thc beginning', containing 100 acres
imore or lews and being the land deed
ed to the aaid Buck E. Roggrson by
jhis flat her. > J*
j Thte the 11th day of June, 1927.
H. M. STUBBS,
(Elbert S. Peel, Attorney.