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Tuesday, August 2,1932
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I SZTZ 1 Society & Personals I
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Ruth and Mrs. J. W. Manning,
and Messrs. C. D. Carstarphen and
Francis Barnes spent the week-end
at Nags Head.
Return To Washington
Mrs. Jim Hollingsworth and son
left Sunday for their home in Wash
ington City, after visiting Mrs.
Maude Mizelle here for several
weeks. Little Miss Ruth Ward re
turned with Mrs. Hollingsworth and
will spend the winter there before
A Big Shipment of Ladies' Pull Men's and Boys' -% re
FASHIONED HOSE Af\ c WHITE CAPS, only
Only '•» _____________________
• Hen 1 , and Boys *y Cc
Ladies' ft Children's 7Qc UNION S"U!TS, only
SPORT SANDLES. t*. , .
' A big lot of Men's and 4Qc UP
A big lot of $3.00 and $4.00 Boys Wath Pani "
Shoes for the Ladies QOt
Only Men's Diete Shirts Qfi c
A Big lot of Silk A-j r\ Q
DRESSES, only «+>«• "O A Big Lot of Children's iAc
______________ SOCKS, only AU
Bathing Suits *qc J in
for the family U* A big assortment of men's Qoc
Fast Color Pajamas 'O
Boys' and Oirla' E. Z. /}Cc . , ... , _ .
UNION SUITS A ,ot of Mens Socks Cc
PRINTS F o^lv COl ° red 10 C A White Turn-down Qoc
PRINTS, only ..... HAT (or Men *0
Quiet a number of specials that we have not
Williamston, N. C.
■ - A
WILLIAMSTON, NORTH CAROLINA
For the Sale of
The Williamston Tobacco market will open September 6th.
We will again be in business this year, and we wish to thank our
many friends and patrons for their past business and ask that,
you remember us again this season. Your interest is our interest
and to serve you promptly and continuously is our aim.
, Start the season right by bringing us your first load. It
takes a half year or more to make a tobacco crop, so now more
than ever, why not take time to sell it at the right place and reap
the benefits. Don't stop until you get to our warehouse.
Out Motto Is: We will give each and customer .
SERVICE every consideration possible nd you will
A Kirv tup UB at t " nes wor king our best to get
you the highest possible price for your to-
HIGH ba co. Our sales forte, will e announced
DOLLAR within a few days.
Barnhill and Ingram
WILLIAMSTON NORTH CAROLINA
In Washington Hospital
Miss Thelma Harrell left this
morning jwhpre she will have her
tonsils removed at a Washington
At Nags Head
Mess:s. Frank Carstarhpen and
Raymond Taylor spent the week-end
at Nags Head. .
In More head City
Mrs. Annie Elks spent the week
end at Morehead City with relatives.
Return From Tarboro
Mesdames Clyde Anderson and
Dick Taylor returned Sunday from I
Tarboro, where they have been vis-j
iting for several days.
At Nags Head , - j
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harrison and
Messrs. Willie Watts and Titus |
Critchir sptnt Sunday at Nag.;
In Town Monday
Messrs. Charlie Roberson and W.
B. Harrington, of Hardison's Mill,
were in town yesterday.
Spend Week-End at Nags Head
Leave for Nags Head
Misses Kate Philpot, Martha and
Mary Leggett and Marvin Britton
reft yeßterday for Nags Head, where
they will spend several days.
Spend Sunday Here
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Lyon, and Mr. and
Mrs. Elbert Aiken and children, of
Durham, and Mr and Mrs. Robert
Aiken and children, of Kinston, spent
Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Meadows. Mrs. Miller, belore
her marriage, was Miss lola Lyon,
who taught school here several years
Mr. ami Mrs. \Y. T. Cowper, of
Raleigh, visited Miss Sarah Harrell
during the week-end.
Returns From Virginia Beach
Mi9s Thelma Brown returned on
Sunday from Virginia where
she spent a week with a party of
friends from Greenville.
Return From Maryland
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Crockett have
returned from a visit with relatives
in Pennsylvania and Baltimore, Md.
Mrs. Ralph Parker and daughter,
Elizabeth, returned to their home in
Dunn Friday, Mrs. Robert Coburn
accompany them home for a few
At More head City
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Norton and;
Miss Ruth Norton s|>ent Sunday at J
Return From Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Moore and
son, Maurice, jr., returned Saturday
from Nags Head, where they spent
leaves for South Carolina
Mrs. Anna Harrison left Sunday
for Blacksburg, S. C., where she will
visit relatives during the month of
Visit Friends Here
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Rodger
son, of Lumberton, visited friends
i here over the week-end.
Return From South Carolina
Mrs. W. H. Weir and son, Bud
die, have returned home aftir a sev
eral weeks' visit with relatives in
• « ,
Spend Sunday in Lcggctts
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Harrison and
I daughters spent Sunday with Mrs.
Harrison's mother, Mrs. Blanche An
derson, at I.eggetts.
From Rocky Mount
Miss Imogene Kiddick, of Rocky
Mount, spent the week-end here
with Miss Sarah Harrell.
Here From Wilson
Miss Margaret - Richardson, of
Wilson, is here visiting Miss Velma
Returns From Kittrell
Mrs. iv. B. Crawford returned on
Sunday from Kittrell, where she vis-
ited Miss Bill Purvis for several
j Spend Week-End Here
; Mr. and Mrs. David Hicks, of
' Durham, spent the week-end here
j with Mrs. Hicks' mother, Mrs. Bon
Spends Week-End Here
Albert Wadsworth, of Krimita,
Cuba, spent last week-end here with
his sister, Mrs. J. W. Watts, jr., and
Mr. Watts. Mr. Wadsworth will
visit relatives in Eastern Carolina for |
several weeks before returning to)
Cuba, where he has been stationed
for the i>ast four years.
Visitors Here Sunday
Mrs. J. N. l'ayne, of Bath; Mr.
and Mrs. H. F. Latham and Mrs.
Wifey Rogerson, of
visited Miss Kva Peel here Sunday.
Leaves for Anderson, S, C.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Tucker left
today for Anderson, S. C.
Will Go To Bay view
Miss Edith I'eel will leave Thurs
day for Bayview to spend several
days on a house party.
In Scotland Seek Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Alex McKenzie vis
ited their daughter, Mrs. Raymond
Maddrey, in Scotland Neck Sunday.
Ijave for Sags Head
Mrs. liloise Bennett and Julius S.
Peel left Sunday for Nags Head to
s|>end several days with Mis Allie
Will Return 'Friday
Rev. C. H. Dickey and son,
Charles, jr., and Elbert Peel, jr., will
return home Friday from a visit to
relatives of Mr. Dickey in Murphy,
Atlanta, and Macon, Ga.
Spend Sunday in Durham
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Ward and
Mrs. Walter Halberstadt spent Sun-J
day in Durham. Mrs. Lucy Ward,
who had be;n visiting the Barnhills
there, returned home with them.
Return From Asheville
Mrs. Leslie Fowden and little
daughter, Anne, who were visiting
relatives in Asheville, came home un
expectedly Jast week because Anne
was taken ill. After a minor opera- (
ition at a Washington hospital she is
Visiting Her Sieces
Mrs. Maltie Hunt, of Bushnell,
Fla., is visiting her nieces, Mrs.
Daisy Pope, Mrs. John A. Manning,'
and Mrs. Roger Critcher, here for a
At Morehead City
Mr. and Mrs. Rich :.d Smith spent
Sunday at Morehead City.
In Morehead City Sunday
Messrs. John R. Parker, W. H.
Gurkin and Bruce Whitley spent last
Sunday at Morehead City.
At Nags Head
Jim Rhodes, jr., and Cush Hassell
are spending this week at Nags
Spend Week-End Here
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norman, of
Raleigh, spent the week-end here
with Mfs. Norman's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Hassell.
At Virginia Beach
Miss Mary Carstarphen and
Messrs. Bryant and Sutton Carstar
phen and Lon Hassell spent Sunday
at Virginia Beach.
Mr. Duncan McKenzie, of Bur
lington, will arrive this week to visit
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
McKenzie, for a few days.
Move To New Home
Mr. and Mrs. Jim King moved
yesterday into their home on Main
Street, which has been completely
renovated during the past few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Anderson,
of Washington, visited Mrs. J. W.
Anderson over the week-end.
Return From Virginia Beath
Messrs. Jim Cooke and Warren
Everett returned Sunday from Vir
ginia Beach, where they spent sev
eral days on a fiousfc party
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the authority
conferred upon me in a deed of tnM
executed by J. E. Edmondson and
wife. Wilier Edmondson, on the Ist
day of September, 1930, ami recorded
in Book E-3 page 56,-1 will on Mon
day, AuKust 29th, 1932. at 12 o'clock
noon, at the courthouse door in Mar
(NEXT TO POST OFFICE, WILLIAMSTON)
Saturday, July 30th
■«———****— V ' - " . ,
WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING SPECIALS:
Full Pint QO„ $1 00 STATIONERY Or„
RUBBING ALCOHOL Extra Special
————— ———— —~~——
50c Armand y *> oc Mennen
FACE CREAM SHAVING CREAM OVt
50 PROBAK BLADES $1.25 Three Flowers qq_
(For Gillette Razor) 2 for 1 " TOILET WATER 01/ C
50c DeWitt's OO p 17377"!
SHAMPOO - SI.OO Hudnuts
HATH SALTS b"C
25c DeWitt's 1
FOOT POWDER AOV 50c Package
60c DeWitt's /IQ/»
MANZAN 25c Whittmore's
SHOE POLISH IOC
25c Germicidal 1
SOAP SI.OO Wamplocs. Cod Liver QQs*
ASPIRIN TABLETS 00/, OIL PREPARATION Otf
*OO * or Grove's
25c Tish 1 Q C CHILL TONIC 4DC
Ideating Ti.sues) JoMph;f
25c Package f Q*
FEENAMINT BEST VANILLA
25c J & J IDp (Full Pint)
BABY TALC i-Ot
40c SOLGUENT 9Q ROSE WATER (6 ozs.)
(For Burns) £iU\, 1
~~~~~~~ • *" 25c Carbolic 1 Q/«
Fiill Pint Q9f» SALVE XVC
MOUTH WASH *
25c Black & White Face -| Q„ kIDNEy' PILLS v 73C
POWDER, CREAM, or Soap i"l KIUNLY 1 *
50c Armand o A DeWitt s
ROUGE 34C KiDNEY PILLS
$1.50 (New Style Trejur aa_ SI.OO Houbigant's 7Qr»
DOUBLE COMPACTS ""C TALCUM POWDER »
SI.OO (New Style) Trejur SI.OO PIPES AQk
SINGLE COMPACTS OiJC Each 7*W
A Table of Specials Going for I Price
~~~~ICOME IN AND LOOK THEM OVfcR OR
Phone 26 We Deliver
tin County, Williamston, N. C„ sell
at public auction for cash to the high
est bidder, the following land, to-wit:
One certain house and lot situated
in the town of Hamilton bounded on,
.the south by Harry Waldo, on the
west by Harry Waldo, on the east by [
Front Street, and on the north by aj
side street, bein# 4 the same lot pur-1
chased from Harry Waldo.
This the 2Sth day of July, 1932. * i
J. B. EVERETT,
•Jt Trustee. |
NOTICE OF SALE
I'nder and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain deed
I>l tru-l executed to the undersigned
trustee by A. O. "Brown and wife, on
the and of record in the t
Public Registry of Martin County in
Book H-2, at page 48. said, deed of
trust having" been given for the pur- 1
pose of securing a certain note of even
date and tenor therewith, and default
having been made in the payment of I
said indebtedness, and the stipulations I
contained in said deed of trust not liav
Op Your Liver Bile
And You'll Jump Out of Bed
i,i l!;t> Morning Rartn* to Go
If you feel sour and mink and the
world look:* punk, don't swallow a lot
i .its, mineral witer, oil, laxative
i nly -JT ehowing gum and expect
tlicm to make you suddenly sweet
and buoyant and full of sunshine.
For they can't do it. They only
n ve the bowels and a mere move
in- .t doesn't get at the cause. The
reason for your down-and-out feelinjc
is your liver. It should pour-out two
I of liquid bile into your bowel*
ing been complied with, the undersign
ed trustee will, on Wednesday the 30th
day of August, 19.12. at 12 o'clock M. (
in front of the courthouse door in the
I Town of Wil'.iamßton, N.' C., offer for
sale for cash the following described
I real estate, to-wit:
It being a part of a lot that W. H.
: Wilson bought of J. R. Mobley, begin
iiiK at a stob in the right-of-way of
the A. ( 1,. Railroad on Pearl Street;
I thence along that Street towards Main
| Street 100 ft-, to stob; thence a line
parallel with Main Street to the line
I r.f B. !•'. Godwin; thence along B. F.
Godwin's line and parallel to Pearl
Street to the line of the A. C. L. Rail
road ri>41it of way; thence along said
"Railroad rii;lit of-way to the begin
ning, and I eing the property con
veyed to Magme Wilson by deed from
Sarah A. \\ ils.in dated the 12th day
of October, l'HYi, and recorded in the
Public Re- >ry »i Martin County in
Book RRR. r>t pag,e 108.
This the 29th day of July, 1932.
ag 2 4t-w Trustee,
If thia bile is not flowing freely, your food
doesn't dlgeet. It jlwt decays in the bowels.
Gas bloats up"j r yur alomach. You havs**t
thick, bad t&*te snd your breath is foul, skin
often breaks out in blmiljhes. Your hs*J
aches and you feel down and out. Your wlu's
ayjstem ia pritfinadL
It takoa tboae good old C ARTE It *8 UTT 1,11
LIVEU PILLS to get theu two pounds of bita
flowing froely and make you feel "up and up."
They contain wonderful, harmless, gaiejf
vegetable extracts, amazing when it comtti to
making the bilo flow freely*
But don't aak for liver pills. Auk for Carter's
Little Liver Tills, l.ook fur the name Carter's
Little Liver I'illa >□ the red label. R.w.ot %
aubatituta. 25c at all *ior«e. M .Co,