PAGE FOUR —, —- t; Wsmm '. " j DURING THE Demonstration of BPS Paints, Varnishes, Stain also GLOSFAST . . . the Enamel that dries In J i —>.■;' -■ , ■ ■■ ' ■ four hour*. ™ ''"7~ ~ 1 WE WANT you to try BPS Finishes in your home . . . that's the reason for free sample . . . not necessary to buy a i brush. You will not be asked to buy anything. Bring your finishing problems . . . we will be i pleased to help you, and will demonstrate all BPS Products. DEMONSTRATION AT OUR STORE APRIL 14 l5 —l6 CULPEPPER HARDWARE CO/ f * ) ( L —™ « j What a scramble and tie-up, what a tangle and snarl! The home traffic, once neglect gets hold, causes a lot of trouble and makes it a great deal more difficult to unscramble, once necessity compels you to tackle it. v Rust, ugliness, insects, breakage, depreciation, vermin, possible disease, people - who take on the complexions of their drab surroundings, all of these are the direct | enemies of civic pride. It is 4 straighter way and fairer course—this determination to make one's home aa beautiful and as artistic as possible. The expense is slight as compared with the' results of paint. • j • Paint Up, Clean Up, Fix Up, and the inevitable happens— you cheer up! * > ' Town of Williamston Agent Gives Schedule Curb Market Prices for Saturday ■# By Miss Lora E. Sleeper, Agent | i Mrs.'Alonza AlU'n reported succes's iu! sale* of basket-, recently, using the ' a-rfrjL;.' tin thrift. Stic carried several baskets > T puie needles• nut of the "county to sell and found her pros -j crtive buyer? v. ere without money mid so told tier buyers' she would ac cent anything in place of her" baskets. Ihe baslsets 'having been selling for ,f() cents each, i'W lady gave a thic ken which was sold and brought Mrs. I Allen Ot) cents, making a profit of 40 cents over tin- original sale price of , 'her*'*basket. was turned iin at ♦he" curb market last week. I A partial list of produce which will ibe offered for sale at . the ciirb market .tomorrow (.Saturday) follows: | Eggs, liV cents a dozen; chickens, 15 cents a pound; sweet—potatoes,- 10' pounds for 17 cents; cottage cheese, 15 cents .a Block; .collards, 3 pounds for 5 .cents: .turnips, 5 pounds for 25 cents; cream, 25 cents a pint; cakes, 15 to 18 cents a pound; black walnuts, | shelled, 4b cents a pound; kale, 2 I pounds for 5 cents." 18,862 Gaston Children in Milk- For - Health Drive # .* | As a result of. combined efforts in j (ia.stoir County recently, 18,862 school j children heard the message of milk- I tor-health. Both city and rural or !ganizations took part in the campaign, jsays County Agent L. B. Altaian. WANTS FOR RENT: APARTMENTS, 2, 3, 4 f and J' rooms. Also garage and of- j jfices, Mrs. J. (i. Staton, City. a 5 2tJ LOST: SUIT CASE, ON WASH I iugton and Wrlliamston bigjuvay last Wednesday. Finder please notify ! (iphus Jiailcy, R. F. I). S ( . William-, Jston, N. C. It BAKERY FOR SALE OR RENT. See Llarrison Wholesale Company, I U'illiaJnston, N. C. a-8-2t THE ENTERPRISE _ KILLS DEER J (Robersonville Herald) That there is an abundance of game in this county is borne out on every hand, the latest substan tiating reports coming from Mr. Irving .Smith, local man. Mr. Smith was returning with Mrs. Smith from Creswell last Sun day night and two deer darted in front of his car. One cleared the machine, but before Mr. Smith could stop the car the second one was struck and killed. The doe, weighing 100 pounds, was brought here and dressed. The automobile was slightly dam aged. j, v ' I REPORT IS MADE FOR PAST MONTH BY MISS SLEEPER Traveled 1,116 Miles and Held 25 Meetings in I March | The home agent traveled 1,116 miles, conducted eleven meetings with the i women, 13 with the girls and one with ' the boys during the month of March, Miss Lora E. Sleeper stated in her regular monthly report to the Martin County commissioners at their meet , iug last Monday. | The report, as submitted, follows: Nineteen days were spent in the field and 8 days were spent in the office. Eighteen different homes were visaed. Two women's clubs, one at Parmele and the other at Everetts, reported [ passing on 112 garments to worthy families. Some of these garment were made over by the women and others were donated ready -for use. Many of the women this year are al ready making their kitchens more at tractive. Mrs. (Jeorge Cooper has bean using the pedometer this month to determine the miles traveled in her kitchen. The pedomtcr will be passed on to other club members to aisist them in rearranging their kitchen fur nirure to make the kitchen more con venient. This past month tlie women I have been given work in increasing the ; height of work surfaces to prevent un necessary back strain. Methods have ( been given each woman on finishing; floors, table tops, and other furniture : in the kitchen. ; The girls have been given score card? and standard recipes for the biscuit j contest. There are over 100 girls en- 1 rolled in the coutest and every effort has been made to assist the girls so j that they would win out in thes district j contest, which will be licit? at Wash ington, N. C., some time in May. A meeting was held the latter part of the month in the home agent's office and representatives were present from Washington, Pitt, Tyrrell and Martin Counties. The meeting was called to plan the district meeting which will be held in Williamston May 4. Sales on the curb market for the month brought $102.66 into the hands 1 of the fartn women. The home agent was one of two agents representing the Northeastern District at the State home economics meeting. Most helpful meetings and lectures were given at this meeting. CHICKS' HEALTH ; GOVERN PROFIT I • • -- Good Management Neces sary To Make Even i Small Profit ■—■ ♦ 1 Where flocks are carefully culled, and hens reacting to bacillary white diarrhea are removed and then care ful sanitation is followed in the poul try yard, there is a loss of only 4.8. per cent during the first 12 weeks of i the chicks' life; but where these three j How To Care For Varicose Veins —»i.... Apply a generous amount of Emer ald Oil to the swollen veins and sores. Let it uenertate, Fert the magic re lief I Now bind your leg with a ban dage three inches jufte* and lgj»g enough to give support, winding it upwarti from the ankle to the knee, the yfuy the blood flows in the veins. Stops the pain. Begins at once to heal the ulcers and broken veins. Just follow the simple direc tions and you are sure to be helped.} Clark's Drug Store, Inc., won't-keepfj your money unless you are. . ; things are not considered, the loss runs to about 40 per cent. I "This is the result of a careful sur j vey made in 1930," says C. J. Maupin, j poultry extension specialist at State j College. "Following out the results I secured by the, Successful poultry growers as shown in this survey, we believe there has not been a time in the last 20 years when such good man agement methods will pay better re- I turns than this year. The margin df 'profit in poultry growing will be small at best, and unless good management i J methods looking to the health of the ! flock are followed, tfiere profits will j drop to zero." If a flock owner can raise from 95 | to 100 per cent of his baby chicks to three weeks of age, the birds will have ati excellent start in life and the first danger Jine will have been passed. From this time "on the poultry man must be on his gard against worm and coccidiosis infections. Growing \j|ie chicks on clean ground is an excel lent preventative against both of these Screens! What is it worth to you to have 100% protection from flies and mosquitoea all s[>ring and summer? Cull un today ind learn ' how ine|ipen«ivcly w« can repair one btreen or outfit the whole houne v» Uh an eye to beauty aa well, aa comfort. No rbligatfov, ' Logan Grilles Uiauilfj Vwn WILLI AMSTON SUPPLY CO. ■ You can depend on our pure ICE er, noise—a better product—and «i IT* iron n *nm; no worry whether "juice" is on WK ALSO CARRY! or off. And Remember— PURINA FEEDS, SWIFT FERTILIZERS, ¥7J MASCOT LIMESTONE, I 1 J il j SEED and FEED OATS, * A-J WOOD AND COAL, _ C* i. PURE COUNTRY LARD. ,11 GVOF VjCtS COUNTRY PRODUCE «f|nf l?^" X BOUGHT AND SOLD UUI Ol l! IX 111 1 1 1 —— T±^Z EZZH ' Lindsley Ice Co. jb IL __ _ *1 * _ JV^DRUGGIST 'I can be of material help to yew in carrying out all the |! work connected with >h'« ni»an Up Paint Up Cam- « I paign. You will want inaectiddet. Yoo will need disin fectants. A modem drug (tore carries many, many thing* which enter into the spirit of this f UnMt And, being ourselves in sympathy with the i Mi piiih aownat, | we are only too willing to a mk/t ytm im toy way that lies within our power." - * DAVIS Jb I PHARMACY JaPl |l Next To Post Office ■D "While i'ou are in the Clean Up and Paint Up mood, why not g\ve a thought to this Fix Up idea? It extends 111 to the plumbing iu your house. Have there been leaky IB 111 taps, stopped-up drains, rusted gutters? The plumbing ||l in a house can't go forever without expert attention, you >3l; IU know. It wears out in time or at least comes in need IK of a good look-over. And we are ready to do this work hH ■ for thoroughly and economically ." * Friday, April 8,1932

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