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Tuesday, November 29,1927
Return From FoyettevUle
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Harrison and
little Dorothy returned Saturday
from Fayetteville, where they spent
Thanksgiving with the Jessups.
Returns to E. C. T. C.
Miss Carrie Lee Peel, of Green
ville, spent the week end with her
parents and returned to East Caro
lina* Teachers' College Sunday after
Here From State College
William Thomas Crawford, of the
State College, was home for the week
end with his mother, Mrs. J. C. Craw
Here From Edenton
Mr! and Mrs. Paxie Badham and
Hennie Fagan, of Edenton.
'spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and
Mrs. S. R. Biggs.
Mrs. Clements Here
Mrs. R. L. Clements, of Detroit,
Mich., has arrived to be with her sis
ter, Mrs. K. B. Crawford at the
Washington Hospital while her son,
Asa Crawford, is ill there. Asa's
friends here are very happy that he is
getting sh much better now.
Spends Week End Here »■
John Wads worth, who is a student
at Chapel Hill, spent the week end
with his sister, Mrs. J. W. Watts, 1
jr., and Mr. Watts.
Visiting in Tarboro
Mrs. C. D. Carstarphen and Mrs. J
A. Hassell have been in Tarboro for!
the past several days with their!
brother, L. C. Bennett, who is in the 1
Visitor From Washington
Miss Elizabeth Warren, of Wash
ington, was a visitor here yesterday.
Here From Raleigh
Hon. Josephus Daniels, Rev. A. L.
Barnes, who is head of the Metho
dist Orphanage "at Raleigh, and
Lawrence Garris, of Raleigh, were
in town Sunday,
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Society & Personals
Mr*. ELBERT S. PEEL. Editor
1 In Tarboro Yesterday
Mrs. Oscar Ahderson and Mrs.
Roy Gurganus spent yesterday in
Tarboro with Mrs. L. C. Bennett.
Visits Mrs. Jennie Moore
Roscoe Cowper, of Raleigh, visit
ed his grandmother, Mrs. Jennie
Moore, during the week end.
Return to Beulahville
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gresham, of
I Beulahville, who spent Thanksgiving
I with her mother, Mrs. J. C. Craw
ford, returned home Sunday.
Here From Rocky Mount
Mr. Perkinson, of Rocky Mount,
who audited the town's books, spent
the week end in town.
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Here From Hopewell, Va.
J. R. Leggett, of Hopewell, Va.,
■ spent the week end here with rela
In Washington Sunday
Messrs. Richard Smith and W.
Harold Everett spent Sunday visiting
friends in Washington.
Returns From South Carolina
G. W. Hardison has returned from
a three-weeks trip to South Carolina.
Here From Enfield Sunday
Watson Sherrod and R. C. Dunn, j
of Enfield, were in town Sunday.
Spends Week End Here
Joseph Manning, of Duke Univer
sity, spent the week end with his
father, J. E. Manning, at the home
of his uncle, W. C. Manning.
Return to Wake, Forest
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Poteat, who
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler 1
Martin, were called home to attend
the funeral of Dr. Johnson, a pro
fessor of Wake Forest College, who
was killed in an automobile accident
Spends Week End Here •
Mrs. Raymond McKenzie, of Ra
leigh, spent the week end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hassell.
Return From Raleigh
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cooper, who
spent the Thanksgiving holidays
with her mother, Mrs. Thomas Johns,
in Raleigh, have returned.
Mrs. Rose Recovering Rapidly
Friends of Mrs. Z. H. Rose, who
has recently returned from a Wash
ington hospital, are glad to learn that
she is recovering rapidly.
Spend Sunday Here
Mrs. Clyde Anderson and children,
of Tarboro, spent Sunday with Mrs.-
Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. C. A. Harrison entertained
he/ card club Friday night at her
home from 8:30 to 12 o'clock. Mrs.
F. W. Hoyt was the only invited
Mrs. P. H. Brown was high-score
holder, and was presented a piece of
Mrs. Harrison served a delicious
salad course followed by black coffee
at the conclusion of the games.
INGALLS - PEELE
Mr. John Gray Ingalls and Miss
Vivian Peele were quietly married in
Wahsington Wednesday afternoon,
November 23, by A. Mayo. After
the ceremony a wedding supper was
served to a few intimate friends at
the home of Mr. dnd Mrs. N. R.
North Carolina,. Martin County,
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a certain collater
al note executed to the undersigned by
J. T. James on the 31st day of Aug
ust, 1925, default having been made
in the payment of tlie same, the under
signed will on Wednesday, the 7th day
of December, 1927, at 12 o'clock in.,
iu front of the courthouse door in the
town of VVilliamston. N. C„ offer for
sule to the highest bidder for cash
the following property, to wit:
One note, dated July 10, 1924, from
J. W. Bellflower and wife to J. T.
Jante, fsor $1,154.24 being secured by
a v dced of trust of even dale therewith.
This 15tli day of November, 1927.
THE PLANTERS AND
IK: V. ft. Taylor. President. u22 5t
SAYS NEW FORD ( "
Standard Gears, 4-Wheel
Brakes, 60 Miles Hour
Four-wheel brakes, Standard select
ive gear transmission, extraordinary ac
celeration, a speed of ' sixty miles an
hour and more, a practically vibra
tionless engine, and unusual beauty in
line and cokir are among the outstand
ing features of the new Ford cars, the
firafc of which will be ihown in many
parts of the country next Friday. The
generator, oiling system, steering gear,
and rear axle are of new Ford design,
it is- announced. And its 40-horse
power engine ha? been so designed
that it runs 20 to 30 miles an hour on
a gallon of gasoline.
This car, which is to sflcceed the
famous Model T line, will be shown
on Friday .by Ford dealers in many of
the larger cities of tin country. In
Wiltiamston photographs and descrip
-1 tive charts of the new oars will be on
display at the WillianistoVi Motor Co.
show rooms, where the.pubfic. will la
given the complete story of the new
l ord car. Later variolic models of the
GOT RIDJOF POISON
Kentuckian Finds Black-Draught
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Constipation, and Soon
Feela 0. K.
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kina, of 1218 Center Street, tma
"There wna a time when my health
waa not so good. I sulW'reci a great
deal from gas pnir.s. My system
waa saturated with noison which
waa not properly eliminated. From
time to time I had novero head
aches, and I felt sluggish /•ml dull.
"I knew of Black 'Drought as a
medicine for constipation, so I
thought I would try it. For u while
I took a small dose evry night ui>-
til my aystem waa rid of the ac\
cumulated poison. „ \
"I gained in weight and my gene
ral health was good. That expe
rience made me realise the merits
of Black-Draught. 1 kept it in my
home and when I begin to feel life,
IMS and dull, dose, after
which I feel O. K. again.
"People generally do not realize
the risk they take in allowing con
stipation to run on. I try to keep
my system cleansed, .slid' I find
Black-Draught a great aid in doing
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new Ford lyic will be on here.
So far the new cars have been ex
[ amined only by those who will have
charge of the first showings and -dem
onstrations. Salesmen and demonstra
tors are studying charts and diagrams
which will be used in explaining v the
various details of design, appearance
For months factory models of the
new car have been undergoing severe
performance tests in and around De
troit. One of these factory models re
cently-made a road run of 120 miles
in 124 minutes. This run. it is said,
was made on an ordinary paved high
way near Detroit.
Local dealers, in commenting 01) the
forthcoming show, said their first
view of the new Ford car had sub
stantiated Henry bord's statement
that "there is nothing quite like it in
quality and price." ' |
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An offering of smart coats that will take its
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"Mr. Ford's statement had prepared
us for a surprise," said a local' dealer,
"but the new Ford car is better even
than we had hoped for. -it is certain
to make history in the automotive in
dustry, just as its predecessor, the fa
mous Model T, has made history for
twenty yCars. VVe are proud of the
«P,w t car and feel certain that its ap
pearance ami performance will attract
unprecedented attention among auto
CARLOAD OF NTCF SHOATS ON
hand. Ready for peanut field. Har
rison Bros. & Co, ; i(
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North Carolina, Martin 'County; in
the superior court, before the clerk
In the matter of Bessie Beach and
husband, Chester Beach, Dennis
Peel, Lillian Gurganus and husband,
"• R- Gurganus, Edna Roberson and
husband, Mamie R. Roberson, Ar
thur Peel, and Rhoda Ayers and hus
band, Arthur Ayers, said Rhoda
Ayers being a minor and appearing
by her next friend, J. Sam Getsing
er, ex parte.
Pursuant to an order signed by R. J.
\ Peel, clerk of the superior court of
Martin County, in the above entitled
proceeding# on the 15th day of No*
vemfcer, 1427, the undersigned com
missioner will on Thursday, the 15th
•lay of December, 1927, at 12 o'clock
nu in front of the courthouse door in
the town of Williamston, N. C., offer
fur sale to the highest bidder for cash
the following described real estate -to
Bounded "on the north by Daniel
Gurganus, on the east by A. T.. Rogers
mi the south by Claude Whitehurst,
and J. H. .\yer-.. arid on the west by
J. 1 containing 54 acres, more
or less, and being more commonly
known and designated ("hnrlea
1 uriver Peel s Ausbnn l.uiu in Bear
This 15th day of November* l'> 27
ELBER*TS. PEEL. .
nIS 4tw Commissioner. ■