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Weddiags Mrs. ELBERT S. PEEL, Editor
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Feazor and Lit- (
tie daughter, of Mocksville, visited ;
Mr. aiui Mrs. J. H. Britt this week. J
Mrs. Feazor is very peasantly remem- j
bered here as Miss Madeline King, of
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lichte, Chris
tine and Bessie May will leave Fri
day for Spindalc, and from there
they will go to . Asheville, then to
Hiwasaee Beach and Etowah, Tenn.
Mrs. L. B. Harrison and Miss Evelyn
will accompany them to Tennessee,
wr.ore they will spend two weeks. Mr.
and Mrs. Lichte and daughters will
also visit two weeks before return
ing to their home at Bryan, Texas.
Robert Bogart,*>f Washington, was
in town this week.
Alonzo Roberson was a business
vis tor here Thursday.
Mr. ami Mrs. R. S. Critcher and
children, Roger, jr., and Ella Wynne,
and Mr a. Warren Biggs and little
Mildred are spending this week at
. Miss Elizabeth BrasweH, of Bat
lit'bor:), 'and Ruth "Edwards, of Rocky j
Mount, are guests of Miss Velma j
Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGregory, of J
Baltimore, were visitors here this
v.eek. They were. making arrange-j
merits ca move here in the near fu
ture, where he will be superintendent
_cf the fertilizer factory soon to be
Eld- r Sylvester Hassell and son,
Charles Hassell. of Washington, p.
0., returned this week from Nags
Head, where they spent two weeks.
Charlis left yesterday fw Wilson,
where he visited his uncle, Mr. Cal- j
via Woodard, before returning to i
G. W. Hardiscn will leave Sunday
for New York, where he will spend
six weeks on the hat market. He will
be with his company, the Miler-Gard
ner Hat Co.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Stubb have re
turned from Wake Forest, v-hcre they
Mr.;. Wheeler Mnrlis and yon,
Wheeler, jr., will"arrive Sa.urday
from Santa Monica lieach, Calif.,
where they have been guests of Mr.
ind Mrs. Laurence Stalling- this
Mra. R. T. Keel, of Rocky Mount,
and Mrs. Walter Williams, of Win
ston-Salem, are the week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson.
Mrs. C. I). Carstarphes and son, C.
D., jr., and Mrs. A. Hassell relumed
last night frow Richmond, where
they spent two days.
Mrs. J. F. Thigpen and children are
vipiting relatives in Aulandor.
Eli Bamhill, of Washington, visited
friends here this week.
i* a Prescription (or
MALARIA, CHILLS ANI) FEVER,
OENGUE OR BILIOUS FEVER
It Kill* the Germa
IF IT ISN'T BETTER THAN THE BEST
IT IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST
Du Pont Paint
For all wood work, new and
old furniture, autos, floors,
walls, and metal work.
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Du Pont Paint Is a Distinctive Product
ONE-*IRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU
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B. S. COURTNEY
Furniture, Undertaker, and Paint
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Messrs. C. W. Melton and L. E.
Rages, representing the North Caro
lina Joint Bank, of Dur
ham, were business visitors here yes
Mrs.'B. T. Cowpcr and little daugh
ter, Mary Lee, of Raleigh, are visit
ing Mrs. Cowper's sister, Mrs. C. B.
Hassell, and Mr. Hassell. Mr. Cow
per will arrive tomorrow night to
spend the week end.
Miss Fat Phelps, of Greenville, was
the guest of Miss Lucille Hassell
Mr. W. H. Gurkin visited friends
.11 Washington Tuesday night.
BRIDGE PARTY FOR
HOI SE GUESTS
Miss Velma Harrison was hostess to
a number of friends with a bridge
party on Wednesday afternoon com
plimenting her house guests, Miss
Elizabeth BrasweH, of Battleboro,
snd Miss , Ruth Edwards, of Rocky
The lovely home was made even
mere attractive with the profusion of
lovely summer flowers used.
£|iere were five tables arranged
..'or the players, who found their
places oy attractive place cards. Mrs.
Miiton Moye made high score, and
tne hostess presented* her with a
pretty bridge set for the, honor, and
the guesta of honor were presented
A salid course, consisting of frozen
fruit salad, cream cheese, sandwiches,
rallinei, pickles, and iced tea, was
served by Misses Ollie Marie Kobcr
son and Josephine Harrison.
Those present included Misses Sal
lie Hams, Martha, Esther, and Eve
lyn Harrison, Margaret Manninjr,
Susie James, Honner and Elizabeth
Gurganus, Trulah WarG Page, Mary
Melissa Andrews, Geneva Cook, Eni
ms and Minnie Robertson, Carrie
Dell Wnitc, Laura Norton, Margaret
Everett, and Pattie Edmondson, and
Mesdames W. H. Booker and Milton
1 should be killed!
\ - Bee Brand Powder or
\ Liquid killsFlies,Fleas,
\ Mosquitoes, Koaches,
\ Ants, Water Bugs, Bed
\ Bugs, M oths, Crickets,
1 Poultry Lice and many
I other insects.
/ Powder Liquid
/ toe and age 50c and 75c
/ 50c mid (1.00 ii.ig
/ }OC Spray Gun }jC
/ Writeforfr*'* booklet on kill-
I iflfhouMimd garden intecta
I McCormkk * Co.
\ y&SPSI r .
\4jSg.. Liquid g--'
AT BAPTIST PASTORIUM
Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock
a reception was held at the Baptist
pastorium in honor of the arrival of
David Dale Dickey.
Those in the receiving line were
Doctors Rhodes and Saunders, Mrs.
Bettie Teel, Mrs. Reed Williams, and
The little man is a perfect speci
men and he and his mother are doing
When he was presented with the
complete shower the women and
friends of the church had previously
made ready, he appeared perfectly in
different. However, it is felt that
this is only a temporary lapse, and
that he will eventually feel as grate
ful as do his parents.
David Dale seems charmed with
his new quarters, and .. is especially
pleased with his good neighbors on
Church Street, where the arrival of
boys is an event not out of the usual.
He feels that the members of his
parents' church, which have been so
nice to them, will be fine people for
him to live among. And if all The
fe-cod things already told him about
Williamston and i s people be true,
h>, it is thought, will be a permanent
Just because llie Ford car is
a glutton for punishment is
no reason why it should not
have proper lubrication
Your Ford will give you better service, cost
you less for repairs mul lost longer if you
lid)ricate it with "Sttindurd" Motor Oil
for Fords. Ash for it by mime. Then you're
sure of the best Ford oil motwy can buy.
The Measure Oil Value
SOME STRONG FEATURES OF THE
I—Simple Construction—Strongly Built.
2 —Every part Easily Accesible.
3 —Low Up-Keep3 and Dependable.
4—Saves Time and Labor.
s—Combs'the5 —Combs'the Peanuts from the Vines.
6—No Inside Belts, Chains or Webbing.
7—Cleans the Peanuts from All Kinds of
B—Cleans the Vines & Makes Better Hay.
10—Smoothe, Easy. Quiet Running.
11—Easily Operated—fool proof.
12—Light in Weight but Strop# & Durable
13—Pressure Grease Cups on all Bearings.
14— Has Largest Capacity with Cleanest
15—Buiit for Efficient Service & Long Life.
For Sale by
CULPEPPER HARDWARE CO.
Williamston . Elizabeth City Edenton
THE ENTERPRISE WILUAMSTON, N. C.
Yesterday at their home, Elder Syl
vester Hassell and his great-great
grand-niece, Mary Davis, Hardison,
celebrated their eiglity-flfth and
twelfth birthdays respectively. A
lovely birthday cak- carrying the
i l umber of years in the candles, was
(he tjible decoration at their birth
day dinner. They had as their spec
ial guest Mr, Chario.; Hassell, of
Washington, D. C.
L'.RGE CROW D
The chamber of commerce dance
here last Wedn" day nijfht was at
tended by one of the largest crowds
attending a dance here in some time.
I'ud Gwaltney's orchestra, of Virginia
1 Dfeach, met- with popular approval.
Practically all the towns in this sec
tion were represented and young peo
ple from Virginia and oilier sections
were in attendance.
BOY SCOUTS AT
i NAGS HEAD
J Chief Daniel returm d Wednesday
. I from Nags Head, where be spent a
i few days with the Scouts. He stated
i that the boys were having a wonder
'; l'ul time at the beach and that they
! were thoroughly enjoying themselves.
;| While there is nothing but sand and
, water there, the chief stated that it
was an ideal place to spend a quiet
1 COTTAGE PAMLICO BEACH: NEW
furnished, well screened; desirable
!•!., good location. Write P. Q. Box
! '*.7(5, Washington, N. C. jy29 1
Under and by virtue of a judgement
in the cause D. G. Matthews vs. Cliff
Sherrod, the undersigned commission-
Gold |§| Store
Wiiliamston, N. C. Washington Street
J. DAVID THROWER, Ix>cal Manager
MAYONNAISE, GELFANP'S -Small . 11c
MAYONNAISE, GELFANP'S - Medium L .. ... 2:te
ASPARAGUS TIPS, AVALON —Can .tic
1U TITER, BKOOKFIELP C REAMERY, Pound 53c
Pints 80c Quarts 95c
One-Half Gallons $1.25
A. G. Self Rising Flour
12 lbs 54c 48 lbs. *2.04
24 lbs $1.05 98 lbs.
Gold Star Syrup
5 lbs. 29c 10 lbs. 53c
(iARDNEirSBREAD AND CAKES
CAMPBELL'S MEANS, 3 for .. 25c
TRADE AT THE GOLD STAR AND UK SATISFIED
Allowed for JifPßhFi
your Old Stove
Act now—trade in your old heater
on the purchase price oS
-:r- - mWOTT" 7
This liberal offer only continues for a few more days. Take .advantage
of our present low selling prices on the different finishes of the Favorite
Cabinet Furnace. Select your Favorite now pay a small deposit— and
your old heater will be accepted as an equivalent of an additional sls cash
payment. Delivery will be made when you are ready.
More Heat for Less Money
B. S. Courtney
er, will, on the Ist day of August,
1927, i}t 12 o'clock noon, at the court
house door of Martin County, offer
at public sale to the highest bidder,
for cash, the following described reajl !
One residence listed in Goose Nest)
Township by Sam WilUams, said |
property being ourchased by D. G.I
Matthowg on the 2nd day of Novem
ber, 1925, to which tax certificate of
sale reference is hereby made for a
full description, and said property be
ing now in the possession of Cliff
This the Ist day of July, 1927.
B. A. CRITCHER,'
jyß 4tw Commissioner.