Seven Liquor Stills Wreeked In County After a period of forced idleness by illness. MaHw County officers returned to the woods to haunt the illicit liquor manufacturers this week and" wrecked five plants. Three of the plants were wrecked the early part of the week in Bear Grass Township A varied assort ment of plants was found in the raid:' Special Enforcement Officer J II Roebuck stating that one was j steam plant, a second one had a cop per kettle and the third was a crude outfit with a 50-gallon capacit> flrum Approximately 1.250 gallons of beer was poured out On Tuesday, the officers destroy ed a 30-gallon drum and about fif ty gallops of beer Going into Williams Township on Wednesday for the first time in re cent weeks, the raiders found and wrecked a large plant consisting of a 50-gallon-capacity boiler, a 100 WANDERER I S J Believed to have been releas ed in 1937. b> S. C. Gebhardt, in Youngstown, Ohio, a pigeon was caught in Griffins Township this week by Farmer George E. Roberson. On a band attached to the pigeon's leg was the mark ing. "G.2843K?37". Appearing at the home at>out two weeks ago. the bird ate with the chickens and became tame enough for the members of the family to catch him. A communication has' been ad dressed to Gebhard*, hot no an swer has been received. gallon-capacity wood still and 2,500 gallons of beer The officers used fifteen sticks of dynamite in blow ing up the unit. Raiding in Bear Grass yesterday, Officers Roebuck. Haislip and Peel wrecked two 100-gallon capacity copper stills and poured out about 1,350 gallons of beer in Bear Grass Four Lose Lives And Main Hurt In Recent Tornado (Continued from page one) and trucks. Thousands, some anx ious to help and others seeking a glimpse of the tragedy, crowded the streets of Windsor and almost block ed the main highway north Orders were finally issued to turn back the j sightseckers, but it was early morn- ; ing before the traffic slackened to any appreciable extent Looters, taking advantage "of the " situation and while the victims lay it'jiirt.rl it. the hfwpilal ctf.l* ?-? foi*/ articles, but patrolmen soon es tablished an effective guard and cars were observed. The hurried search revealed a big cigarette rob- i bery, the thieves deserting the car One was captured, and the robbery was traced back to Washington. Robert Lawrence, about 95 years of age, died at 9:30 that evening from injuries received when his c home crashed in Upon him: John -* Brown, 66-year-old chief of police 1 of Colerain, while not a direct vie- ( tim of the storm, was instantly kill ed when his car crashed into the < ; hack of a Norfolk Southern bus that was stopped by a fallen tree in the road Mrs. George Lawrence, 66, died about 6 o'clock the following morning. Mrs. J S. Mizelle died yesterday to run the death toll to ! four. Among the seriously injured were Mrs. McKinley Connor whose back was broken and Mrs. Ernest Castel loe who suffered a skull fracture and was paralyzed. Aggravating, the tragic situation was the destruction by fire of the C J Rhodes home that escaped the storm The fire, starting Wednes day morning possibly from a flue damaged by the tornado, left eight . more homeless in the stricken area. Windsor people and others from adjoining territory faced rains and (old during long hours in their j search for the injured victims, and j lhe rescue work was most effective. ??# Hog Killings Are About Completed Hog killing days are about spent d in Martin County, reports from var-1 ious sections indicating that the farming population is amply pre-1 pared to supply the dinner pail and v table for another season with choice's meats. Incidentally, there's a bump a er crop of sweet potatoes, and while j I ready cash money may not be so] ? plentiful, there is no immediate dan ger of a famine in Martin County this season. It is roughly estimated that Mar tin County farmers killed and salted approximately two million pounds of meat this season or enough to give every person nearly 80 pounds. About the last if not the last of the hog killings was reported on for mer County Commissioner T. C. Griffin's farm out in Griffins Wed nesday Mr. Griffin, a leading far mer m the county, packed in excess of 3,000 pounds for his home use and an additional poundage for his ten ants, who, practicing living at home. | had raised their own meat. ? The hog killing was typical ofoth ers held in Griffins Township, prob ably from the time the district was established. Neighbors from all ov er the community and other friends from miles around gathered at the home, most of them to lend a help ing hand, and others to enjoy a community gathering and still oth ers to participate in a sumptuous meal. All are welcomed on such oc casions which are greatly enjoyed. Several of Mr. Griffin's former associates in the county courthouse and a few other friends were spec ial guests. And then there were Mr. and Mrs! A. T. Griffin and son, Thomas, of Goldsboro. Mr. Griffin, who has successfully operated the A T. Griffin Manufacturing Com- A CHURCH NEWS BAPTIST Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Ser non subject, The Eighth Com nandment." B. T. y.. 6:30 '1 Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. Ser non subject, "The Ninth Com nandment." METHODIST Phurfh crhnnl, Q-AS a rr, Morning worship, 11 a. m. Theme: Tested by Supreme Authority." Young People Meet, 6:45 p. m. Evening worship. 7:30 Tfcjeme: The Invincible Advance." A mis nonary service conducted for both1 he Williamston and Holly Spring Missionary societies. Today the pastor begins a series >f five Sunday morning sermons on he topic, "The Strategy of a Fight ng Faith." The subjects to be dis cussed for the next five weeks are. Tested by Supreme Authority, Test ed by Conflicting Ideals, Tested by the Confusion of Truth, Tested by the Chaos of Experience, and Test L'd by the Varieties of Salvations CHRISTIAN Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sub ject. "Faith's Fruitage." Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Sub ject, "The Worth of the Christ." Mid-week service, 7:30 p m. EPISCOPAL 1st Sunday in Lent Church school, 9:45 a m. Morning prayer and sermon, 11 i. in.''' V; :?.; * Lenten service Wednesday night at 7:30, the Rev. William Latta, of St. Thomas church, Wfndsor, will be the speaker. Children's service with Junior choir, Friday, 4 p. m. Jamesville Methodist Rev. Wade Johnson, Plymouth . minister, will conduct the regular worship service in the Jamesville tfethodis Church Sunday afternoon it 3 o'clock. The public is invited to lear him. Announce Services At Two Points In County Rev. W B Harrington, the pastor, vill conduct the regular worship ervices at Riddick's Grove Sunday ifternoon at 2:30 o'clock, and at 'iney Grove that evening at 7:30 j'clock, it was anounced today Regular Sunday Services At Holy Trinity Mission The Holy Trinity Mission will lave regular monthly Sunday after loon services, sponsored by the I'oung peoples' league. Visiting min sters will conduct the services. Mr. J D. Taylor will deliver the ad lress Sunday at two-thirty. <*> j Announce Services In Dardens Church Sunday Bible school will be held at D4r ien's Church of Christ Sunday norning at ten o'clock Messrs J Taylor and Garland Bland will de iver short addresses. There will be no evening service Junday, due to services at Corinth :hurch. The Christian Endeavor will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 iany in Goldsboro for a liflig num :er of years, told of old times in the ?ounty as a boy, and seemed to en oy the day. Wants "OR SALE ? DAFFODILS ? 10c bunch, delivered Telephone 4403 4iss Marina Whitley. f24-28 SPECIAL?TWO PACKAGE SALE ?One package Dr. Lyon's tooth powder, 50c, additional package, free, one jar Vick Vapor-Rub, 35c, additional package, 25c. See our) Chinese checker games. P. P. Peel. ! f21-24-28-m3-7 FOR SALE ? SWEET POTATO slips, verified seed. L. S Bullock. W Main Street. Williamston, N. C 121-24 BEFORE RENEWING VOIR AL tomobile or truck insurance pol icv. why not let me show you how you can save money? Low rates to . select while risks Charles M Peek in FCX Building. Telephone 119. j 124-23 - rHREE-ROOM APARTMENT FOR rent First floor. Near business section. John W Green. West Main Street. Williamston, N. C. J. C. LEGGETT Phone 33 FOR SALE ? N. C. AND IT. S. blood-tested chicks, Rocks and Reds, $8 95 per 100, White Deg horns. large type. $7.96 per 100. Hatches on Tuesdays and Thursdays Lancaster's Hatchery, Telephone 241-1, Windsor, N. C. f21-tf FOR SALE: CABBAGE PLANTS. Early Jersey and Charleston Wakefield cabbage plants. Pecan Grove Farm, H C. Green, William ston, N. C dl3-tf A BETTER DEAL?EVENING IN Paris Harmonized Make-up En semble?Lip stick, rouge and face powder. Shades, Rachel and natur al Value $2 20 Price now $1.10. P. P. Peel. f 10-61 SPECIAL?TWO PACKAGE SALE ?One bottle Dr. Miles' Nervine, 90c, second bottle 80c; Liquid-on Tablets, one package laxative Brp mo Quinine 35c, second package 15c See our Chinese checker games. P P. Peel. f 14-17-21-24-28 I-ENANT WANTED ? TO CULTI vate two-horse crop, good land, corn, peanuts, tobacco. Three miles from Plymouth. See Mrs. Eva Ange, Route 1. Plymouth, N C. f24-28 TAYLOR'S SODA SHOP NOW OPEN Serving sandwiches and bottled drinks ? Candy and Magazines. New Soda Fountain will be installed in a few days. Next door to Welcome Inn J. D. Taylor, Prop. WILLIAMSTON, N. C. Margolis Brothers When we talk about new arri vals, we are .equally as proud to present them as the newly born. To appreciate its fine features and styles you must visit our store and try on the newly de signed wearables. This week's outstanding beau ties are the new "Bonnets", that are featured .in "Vogue" and will be worp by the exacting dresser who wants to appear among the well dressed The new blouses, skirts, top pers, dresses and Selby shoes are also putting in their appear ance d^ily. Put our store on your "MUST VISIT" list today jsnd get post ed on what the well dressed will wear this seasop. rbf^Vi LUJJJ (ffy Our Used Cars HAVE BEEN RECONDITIONED 5 GOOD PEP CAR BARGAINS 1937 CHEVROLET Town Sedan 1936 FORD Tudor, Good condition 1934 Standard CHEVROLET, On sale 1933 CHEVROLET Sedan, To go for 1936 Half-Ton Truck, CHEVROLET recondition and rebuild all our used cars placing them in the best possible condition aefore putting them on sale. Don't buy a npvKor used car jntil you thoroughly inspect the New Chevrolet and our supply of usedcars. Here you tan get the blest for less. KOANOKE CHEVROLET CO. Pay Your TAXES AVOID TAX PENALTY Beginning March 2 a penalty of two per cent will be added to all tax accounts due the county. Pay Your Taxes Before March 1st and Save the PENALTY C. B. Roebuck o Tax Collector, Martin County WINDSTORM INSURANCE Windsor, N C. COSTS SO LITTLE The Day Alter And Is To the Citizens of William ston: Our home is a wreck. My agent didn't tell me that I could add twenty-five hun dred dollars windstorm pro tection for less than one cent a day. Friend, don't wait until WORTH SO MUCH Don't Go Without Protection Yours truly, U. B WISE SEE US TODAY! We are dealers in real estate and Rentals ? Call Usl J. E. POPE Office 17-W Telephone Ret. 18-J GET THESE UP-TO-DATE FEATURES -WHEN YOU BUY A USED CAR V-? IHOINI... irnooth, pow erful, flexible? as only ft V-8 can be. TOBQUI-TUBI DIIVI with Radius Rods?A "high-priced car" feature of every Ford V-8. CINTU-POISI BIOI...A -front scat ride** for all pas sengers?a feature of all Ford cars since 1935. MO DUN APPftAKANCI . . . Smart, flowing lines, and long wearing baked enamel inisn. SAFITT CONSTRUCTION . . . Safety tins, safety steel bodies, safety Drakes, rigid front axle, low center of gravity. Only F*r4 DnImi Mil IIQ ITS important to be "choosey" when you buy s used car. The more up-to-date the car the greater yAur pleasure and safety will be. In a used Ford V-8 you'll find many modern features that you still can't get in some new cars. And at your Ford Dealer's you'll find selections and values in used Ford V-8's that you can't get anywhere else! SELECT YOUR USED CARS FROM THE VALUES LISTED BELOW FINE USED CARS The cars listed below, are all in excellent condition. They have been repaired, reconditioned and in some instances rebuilt. If you are interested in buying a used car, call in to see us. Here you can find any model and at the price you would like to pay. Any car listed here is a genuine bargain and you cannot well af ford to buy until you have inspected the used cars we have for sale. We have othecs besides those listed below. 1934 Chevrolet Coach $165 1935 Chevrolet Coach $150 1935 Chevrolet Coach $200 1936 Chevrolet Coach $250 1938 Chevrolet Coach $550 1936 Dodge Coupe ... $225 1935 Ford Coach $225 1936 Ford Coach $350 1937 Ford Coach $425 1937 Ford Coach $425 Williamston Motor Co.