TEXACO GOLDEN MOTOR OIL
IF YOU HAVE DRIVEN YOUR CAR CONSTANTLY FOR ONE MONTH, WE BELIEVE IT IS TIME TO CHANGE
r THE OIL IN THE NEAR FUTURE AND FILL THE CRANK CASE WITH
TEXACQ-THE GOLDEN MOTOR OIL
HARRISON OIL COMPANY
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Town of Everett*. North Carolina, ,as
herein after provided, and the V ir
ginia- Electric and Power Companj
agrees to sell to Willianistofi, anu
Williamston agrees to purchase from
tlie V irginia. Electric and Power Com
pany all electrical energy' required by
Williamston (or re-sale purpose.*, to
Hie Town of Everett*, N. C.
(8) 'l'he Virgini}'. Electric and Power
Company agrees to sell W illiamston,
tad VN'iiliani.'.ton agrees to purchase
Ironi the. Virginia Electric and l'owci
Company, ail electrical energy re
qui red by Williams ton for the oper
ation of the Town's water pumping
equipment, the same to be paid (or by
V. illiamston ill the manner In ternal
U»r provided lor.
(t*The, "Virginia Electric uud Pow
er Company agrees to maintain the
present street lights in Williamston
.substantially aft tne same are now in
stalled, or with the same number aim
with lights of no less brilliancy than
those now installed, keep'them in re
pair ami supply electrical encig} in.
order for them to burn from dusk to
dawn, and Williumston agrees to pur
chase such street lighting service
from the Virginia Electric and Powet-
Company, and to pay lor the same a
heremalter provided. The present
street lights in Wijliamston consist o(
47 - 250 Candle Power Lamps,
4-> - 100 Candle Power 1 amp*
8 - 00(1 Candle Power Lump.,.
(10) The .Town of Williamston a
grees to pay the Virginia Electric and
Power Company for
(a) Its street lighting service hs
provided for in Section it above.
(hi Its power requirements for its
water pumping equipment now in
: tailed and or to be intsall d as pro
vided, for in Section 8 hereof, and
(c) Power for re-sale to Evcrctts,
Nas provided for ill Section V
from month to mouth an am, Mint
equivalent to the bill rendered to the
Town of Everetts by the Town of
Williamston for the total kilowatt
h'jurs, sold, by , Williamston to the
Town of Everetts, N. C., as the sam
shall be metered at the corporate*
limit* of Williamston and sold to the
Town of Ewretts under the rat,, Hclie
dale scC out in the contract between"
the towns of Williamston and Ever
cits, N. C.
(11l Payment by Williamson to
tin Virginia Electric and Power Coin
puny for the street lighting service,
for electrical energy' supplied lor
water uumping service uud for r. ->ah
to the Town of Everetts as above pi"
vided for, : hall lie continued ,in the
nanner above prescribed until such
time as the total payments during
any monthhy the said '('own of Ever
etts, is equivalent to the amount
which the Town of Williamston would
l-ay to the Virginia Electric and Pow
er Company for such service ami elec
trical energy if purchased under the
Company's standard street lighting
rates; aild thereafter the Town oi
Williamston hall pay to the Com
puny for such street lighting servic
and for electrical energy supplied foi
water pumping and re" ale par|* si
i.s provided the standard
rates of the Company applicable t.
(12) The Virginia Electric ami lVw
er Company agrees to prosecute tli
Primings "and Tip Season Will Soon be Over
THE FARMERS WAREHOUSE HAS HAD A PATRONAGE THAT WE ARE VERY PROUD OF. THERE MUST BE A REASON. ASK YOUR
■ P' - FRIENDS WHO HAVE PATRONIZED US
You will be putting your good tobaccos on the market soon. Have you stopped to think where you should market them? If not, think now.
You want to sell them with a man who really knows tobacco. On your lower grades, most any one can sell them for something near their market -
. value, but an amateur can lose you many dollars on a load of your good tobacco.
. . I Hubert Morton Has the Experience and Knows.
—V~ " . -'* ■ " . . ■»
BENNETT, BARNHILL AND MORTON
Farmers Warehouse-Williamson, N.C.
building of it* transmission lines to !
the Town of Williumston with uM i
reasonable dispatch so as to make it
delivery of electrical energy for
lighting anil power requirements to
th citizens o1 W illiamston avisilablc
a soon 'tis possible, not lati r than
one year from, the date tho. sale to
tjhc Virginia Electric and Powfr Com
pany is ratified by th" qualified voter.-
.of Williamston, herein provided'
(l!il Within fixty days after t!
memorandum, lias been approved air
xgned bv the Mityor and Hoard of
Ccinmissiontrs of William ton, and
( uly ex ecu 1* (I by the Virginia El'c •
tiit' and I'ower Company, pu election
shall he called in the , manner pre.
scribed by law, in order that the vot
et-nf Williamston way ratify the a
lion of the Mayor and Hoard of Com
u.issioners of . Williamston in recom
mending the sale of the electrical dis
tribution system and electric light and
power business of the Town of Wil
liuinslon as herein set out, and with
11. sixty days after the ratification of
saill sale by the Voter:; of William.-.-
tin, the Hoard of Commissioners will
grant to the Virginia El"c>trie and
Power Company a franchise' for th(
purposes herein expressed.
IN the dining room, health and happiness
abound, for good food is now served from a
brightly lighted table. The cheerful rays of
electric light have the same cheering effect upon
the family as has the balmy sunlight. Gloomy
rooms are like rainy days. They depress the
spirit. The uplifting influence of electric light is
transforming rural homes, making them places
where cheerfulness and contentment abound.
Telephone, or call for our easy payment plan.
0. S. ANDERSON & CO. _
Frigidaire Sales and Service
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Geo. and Gus Harrison Know Oil
TEXACO—FIRST, LAST AND ALWAYS
Forests Are Nature's
l orestH rc.durc erosion. Ally vege
table cover tends to reduce erosion,
• but foreM* usually pcrfonh-this ftuic-
Ltion more cffcctiv«J.y and permanently I
, tltoH.au> other type of vegetation. J
i I Ilia is because of the thick mufth t»f
] leaf litter and branches which they
• | drop upon rfie -.-ground. further-1
'! mi in" ihJ-y -we 'Constantly feeding I
rfhunuu; intii the -oil itself, inrjeasiiw* I
i i tl» porosttv and tiHiding its' mineral
- ! constituents. . .
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I Survey Shows Rats Are on ■
Decrease in United "States
ii' .. • - ■
Kats are oil the decrease 111 the
I'Mlited States. HowcvYr, this de
crease is only just becoming appar-
I i fnt and farmers .and others who are
' troubled with the pest should- uot let
iii]t on preventive measures,' •
MONEY TO LOAN: I
represent land banks and
clients who have any a
mount of money to loan.
Hugh G. Horton, attorney,
Williamston, N. C. s2O lmo
LOST BKTWBH'S' KVKRKTTS 1
ami Joe HarrisonV farm: One dark
blue-felt ha! in'square pasteboard box. j
If li.imd, \Aeutp return to him and re- 1
1 HAVE SEVERAL NICE FARMS
for sale; ajso some town property.
If you have -either /tarrn, woodland,,
or town property for sale, see me. W.
FOR THE. PEANUT
picker that is guaranteed,
buy the Roanoke, .See W,
C. Manning. * a 23 tf
AimUZZI RYK FOR SALE: SI.KS
bushel. Cash. See' J. R. I'eel,
Dixie Warehouse. 2t*
SAFES FOR SAII- J IKON
s;sfes for .sali-; one medium'size, and
one large size; in. good conditio!).
Harrison Wholesale Cm sib 2t
Mississippi Man Says He Has
Found Black-Draughl So
Satisfactory, He Hat No
Need to Chanfe.
Wiggins, Miss.—Mr. A. L. Cone, s
well known Wiggins resident, says:
"I have used Thedford'e Black-
Draught for constipation. I have
never had to take a p-eat deal of
medicine, but for fully SO years 1
have, by using it, known Black-
Draught to be a great medicine, and
when I found it ao satisfactory, 1
haven't seen any need to change.
"When I get constipated, I feel all
out of sorts and tired ana sluggish
and I take a few doses of Black-
Draught. It regulates my bowels
and Iget all right My wife takes
more Black-Draught thun I do. She
is a preat believer in it too, so we
keep it in the house. It will cleanae
the system and help you, if you us*
it as we have."
Constipation leads to a great deal
of sickness among those who do
not understand ita dangers, and who
neglect tp treat it without delay.
Black-Draught, with the natural,
prompt action of its purely vegeta
ble ingredients, quickly relieves
constipation and helps to drive out
the poisons so as to lesve the
organs in a state of healthy activity.
Bold everywhere, 25c. NC-ITQ
USED CARS FOR SALE: AM
i ears in good condition. Trices rn
sonatble. 1 Champion Auto Co., Ivur
; (tits, hi, C. --il3 4t
TWO IJORSK FARM FOR SALF.
I or rent: \yitli good house and large
tract of woodland, S miles from Wil
' li.iinst iii, I also want t • hire good
j sized boy or mat) for the fall mouths
ito live and work on farm. Mr-. Sal
j lie A Stone. - . *> 4tpd
i' r (K)l) USKD CARS: WE HAVE
several FordjH \. b light delivery
, bodies. Harris Mulor.Co., Robcrsoil
| ville. • a 23 tf
| WANTED: EN EK'GETIC MAN
j with family to oversee farm; also
cultivate iU acres, or less, in tohacco
(/i) sharps, (iood salary for right man,
. with* .Yef«t c ticvj*. A'JdreHS Box 126,
Windsor, N. ( . t»l6 3t
ISO 1 m **
Plumbing like teeth should
ho inspected at least once a
year. Pipes and joints are Nat
urally bound to spring a leak
in the due course of time. You
can; save yourself much qeed
less exf>ense and loss by call
ing us in, regularly to inspect
.and make heeded repairs.
With freezing winter months
coming on, it would lie well to
consider inspection, repairs, or
alterations in plumbing •( this
time. • \
Our service charge is very
reasonable, and al! work is
guaranteed. We recommend no
changes or rejwirs unless to
your advantage in savings and
W. E. Dunn
Williamston, N. C.
FARM FOR SAIjPI ABOUT 4 1-2
files' from Williamston. About 160
acres, 25 acres cleared. Good resi
dence; pack house, and tobacco barn.
T-ii food neighborhood. See D. D.
Stalls,. Williamsion, C„ if intcjvst
ed. #0 4t
ARF YOU HONEST? ENER-
K.i tie? l>o you-want to build a nice
business of your own? The Jefferson
Standard Life Insurance Co. is look
jug for a man, between the ages of
21 and 45, to be thi-ir special represen
tative in this territory. If you are the
man we are looking for, comijiunicate
with C. D. Edgerton, manager, Plant
ers National Hank Building, Rocky
Mount, N. C. s9 4t
NEW YORK TRAINS
NEVER CARRY PASSENGERS
TO LOS ANGELES
11 you and your family wished to go to Los
A ngeles . . . and if after you had been on the
train twenty minutes you discovered you
were on the New York train . . ±What would
You WOULD «et off and take the next train for your hoped-for
destination, . \
Are you sure that you are on the train that will take you to
where you want to go? _
It is the time of year to th'ink seriously
There is a definite way in which you may outline nad sched
ule yourself for the year ahead, so that you can check up on
yourself, can know whether you are making definite progress un
der plans that will satisfy.you as the days and months and years
K° '»y- „
... Ask any life-insurance man in the city to send you a copy of
the "Business and Home Program Blank."
W'ilh (he Wank before you, you can determine what you want
yiiur goals to be and can determine to what degree you can use
life insurance to underwrite your hopes and plans and ambitions.
The blank will be furnished without cost or obligation and with
the hope that through its use you will be able to put your vision
of tlW> life you desire into such concrete form that you can build it
into life itself and thus'make the year ahead the biggest
most important year that you have ever lived.
w. G. PEEL
"Malce a plan and keep to the forefront the fact that you have a toul,
a brain, and a body, and that life ia short."—Peter Gray ,
Tuesday, September 20, 1927
!roR SALE: KFW SIX-ROOM
bungalow, about thirteen and a half
acres good laud, garage, chicken house,
barn, forest shade, on Washington
Highway, about one mile south of Wil
liamston. Dwelling fully furnished.
Horse, wagon, tools, ans chickens.
Must sell account poor health. Stephen
Gano. " 4t
DON'T FORGET to BUY
the peanut picker that
picks fast and good, clean
ing both hay and peas, and
stands up under any strain
that you put it under. It is
the Roanoke. See
! Manning. a 23 tf