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FRIDAY, DKCKXBEK 8,1901.
Harts ioc. Collar* - ac.
Cafe sc. each. Uaderdoths 6c tack.
Bocks jc. pair. Sake Aprons Wt
Twtli J cents.
All kinds of Washing far Udin done mp
nicely. * P
Landry not called far in 3 aaontfcs will
SMITH WICK STREET.
PAY YOUR TOWN TAXES, AT
ONCE, AND SAVE COSTS.
S. W. HARRELL,
Xmas is oaljr three weeks of.
MM CIWHW at Eli Carcases'.
Hamilton ft Gregory at tbe Hall to
Wee Bon Paper JO cents a* The
About all the tobacco in tbia section
■a ben sold.
Turner's North Caroline Abnanaca for
|o® for aale at this ofice. - IOC.
fcy your writing paper, pen*,* pencil*,
t, at The Enterprise office.
If yon want a nice assortment of fine
ladies go to Eli Gurganus*.
Note the change in j. H * Bell's 'ad',
tr. Bell oflers 5,000 Xmaa presents to tbe
Hamilton ft Gregory Comedians to-
Ight at tbe Hall. Prices 15 and 23 cts.,
nerved cents 35 cents.
I The church people of Williamstoo are
asking preparation to give tbe inmates
If the county home a fine dinner on New
Tbe property that was aold at the Comt
House last Monday brought high prices.
Seal estate is rapidly advancing in valne
in this town and county.
The County Commissioners met last
Monday and tbe claims were al
lowed. It is possible that another iron
Widge will built next year.
The time to open tbe bids on tbe tobac
co warehouses has been extended to Dec.
loth. We will be able to name tbe suc
cessful contractor in our next issue.
Turners N. C. Almanac for 1903 will be
given Free for a three months subscrip
tion to The Enterprise. This offer only
holds good for j weeks. Send in your
Sheriff Crawford has made his settle
ment with;the Auditor. tbe
fast in the State to make a complete set
tlement last year and it is hoped that he
will be the first again this year.
HcDiike's Witch Hazel Foot Healer is
the best Cor tired, swollen & sweating feet
It does not (top up tbe pores, but heals
heir diseased condition. >j cents.
OFZBWfBFrr TO YOU.
P. S. Mitchell. Fulford, Md.: "During
1 long illness I was troubled with bed
■MS. was advised to try DeWitt's Witch
laael Salve and did so with wonderful
malts. I waa perfectly cured. It is the
ow the market." Sure cure for
piles,sores, burns. Beware of counterfeits.
Ia answering ad vert ire men ts in
this paper you will confer a great
bror upon us if you menton the
WW of the paper.—Editor.
J. F. Fool, Agt for Hamilton and
Jregory Comedians is in town and
■a aranged for the company to
ilay here Friday night Dec 6 1901.
lus is a good company and they
I* playing some very funny farces
rhich the people of Williamstoo
ill hare a chance to see. Farces
Hy p'ay here are "The Cause of a
Lame of Hearts*' "Why Smith Staid
■•me" and the cnocluding of the
Ipformances will be with the
Wireless Phone." Dont forget the
te Dec t. Prices is, 15,. Re
TedSe-t* jj cts.
lev. T. H. Sutton preached his last
■taw, before conference, last Sunday
• large aad attentive audience, in fact.
t lmgest audience that has sttenried this
urch during the year.
Che cfcwrch beautifully decorated
thftoiyliftft, ferns aad potted plants
haging to Mrs. J/B. H. Knight.
Mr. Sutton has made many friewdsdur
|Ma stay here and it will be a severe
al to them if he ia not re
fheLndies'Aid Society of the William
m Baptist Church will have a Bazaar at
» Masonic Hall Friday night before
rfabwm, the aoth of December. They
B'have h nice selection of psetly and
ftd articles for sale just tbe thiags
I—tfar ChiislmasPtearnta. Among
er things a nice line of doUa bmtifsl
piuunts before buying elsewhere. Se
gments will alao be served.
Staf« fc Cud
_ , *■*>■« art*
native Bro.no Quinine Tablets cure a
■in awe day. No Cam an Pay. - Price
Hr. ], A. Everett was In town
Hon. H. S. Ward was in town
Miss Ida B. Haasell has returned
Mr. J. B. Coffidd is in Raleigh
Don. GiTiam, of Tarboro. wa in
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Simmons
icft for Norfolk Wednesday.
Mr. F. K. Ho 'ges spent Monday
aad Tuesday in Norfolk.
Mr. Jim Roberson. of Roberson
vUle. was in town Tuesday.?
Masters Lee Bailey and Simon
Ererettespent Sunday in Hamilton.
Mr. Ed James spent Friday of
last week in Hamilton.
Mr. W. T, Ward, who has been
ont of town for the past two weeks
is at home again. J
Miss Pattie James is spending
this week at Mr. Abe Barnhill's
near Cross Roads.
Cap* J. K. Roberson and wife
spent Sunday' with;his parents near
Flat. Swamp Church.
*•». T. H. Sutton left * Monday
morning for Fayettevi le to attend
the Methodist Conference.
We are expecting to hear the
wedding bells ringing in our little
town some day in the near future.
Rev B. K. Mason is in Winston
attending the Baptist State Con
Mr. O. R. Moore, of Virginia,
has accepted the position as fore
man on THE EXTERPKISK
Miss Hiil, of Rocky Mount, who
has been visiting Miss Emma Has
sell returned yesterday morning.
A masked party of our young
girls and boys afforded much amuse
ment Monday nighjt by serenading
the town people.
Mr. W. C. Taylor, of Lynch
burg, Va.. was the guest of Miss
Minnie McNaughton Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. McXaugh
ton left Sunday to visit at Wash
ington. D. C., Philadelphia and
other Northern cities.
Messrs. S. R. Biggs, Jr., J. E,
Moore, and George Whitley re
turned this week from A. & M.
Mrs. & H. Ellison, of Parmele,
who had been visiting friends and
relatives in town several weeks re
turned to her home Monday.
Mr. A. R. Dunning, recently of
the bar of Wilmington, N. C., and
who will after January Ist be as-
soctatcd with Geo. W. Newell as a
law partner, is here making plans
Mr. John York, Jr., who is at
tbe-St. Vincent Hospital Norfolk,
is improving very nicely. It has
been rumored, and many people
believe, that Mr. York is dead.
Mr. York's father says he can not
imagine how the report got out,
that his son is improving every day
and is expected home about Christ
SAVED HIS LIFE.
"I wish to say that I feel I owe my life
to Kodol Dyspepsia Care," writes H. C.
Chiestenaon. of Hayfield, Mian. "For
three years I was troubled with d/spepaia
*0 that I could hold nothing on my stom
ach. Many times I would be unable to re
tain a morsel of food. Finally I was con
fined to nt bed. Doctors said I could not
lire. I rend owe of your advertisements on
Kedol Dyspepsia Cure and thought it fit
my caae and commenced its use. I began
to improve from the first bottle. Now I
am cured aad recommend it to all." Di
gests your food. Cures all stomach
■ » ■
McDcmrs TASTELESS CHIL Cum* will
cure chills & an malaria troubles, 01
money refunded. 50 cents.
McDuSe's Little Bine Liver Pills are the
best known for billiousness, constipation
ft indigestion, do not gripe, as cents.
IFWTQ FN NVEIIMS
1 II pan wiah joor patent bnuKK prop
erly and praaptHr done lend it to SWIFT
' * CO.. PATENT LAWYERS, cppoaite
1 U.S. Patent Offer, Washington U ft
' They have no (taw. Write
r them tar OmIT confidential letter; a poa
■ tal card will bring it. ami it may be worth
money to yon. Sec their advertisement
' dnifcut «n thia paper.
Engraved Cards and
At this Office.
THE ENTERPRISE, WILLI AMSTON, N. 0., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1001.
F. L. Gladstone, of Hamilton,
was on ourstreets Friday.
Messrs. Walter and Thad Dav
enport of Rocky Mount, recently
of Hamilton, N. C, were here
Hon. F. A. James, of Greenville,
was here Friday as council for Mr.
F. E. Goodrich of the Gordon A
J. C. Jordan went to Aulanda
Mr. Charles E. Gardner spent
Thanksgiving in Hamilton.
Messrs. Gordon andTheo. House
spent part of last week in Green*
Mr. B. L Council gave a vejy
enjoyable Thanksgiving dinner to
his many friends.
Mr. W. R. Williamson, of Paul
R. Howard Hardware Co., spent
I. Mr. W. M. Sitterson of William
ston, was here Friday in the inter
est »( Fleming Cliristain Co., Rich
Messrs. N. C. Mines and Frank
Long spent Thanksgiving in
They fay Everetts is
fa 1 of clever people.
Misses Vivia Rives and Sherrdd
Salsbury and Mr. Thad Lawrence
were visitors at Mr. N. M.
Rev. G. L. Merrell of Hobgood
held his regular monthly service
The missing girl at F.lizabeth
City was seen here Wedn sduy eve
ning and spent the night with Mrs
R. P. Turner. Ihi man looked to
be about 3O years of age. with
brown mustache. The lady said
she was seventeen. Mr. Thad.
Brown wbo lives with Mr. Turner,
said that last Friday the man came
to his house Wednesday evening
claiming that he was a doctor from
Raleigh and was on his way to
that place. The following evenirg
the inan came to this place and be
came intoxicated, and when he re
turned he commenced to abuse his
wife, or the girl he was with. The
evening that he came to this place
the girl told Mrs. Brown that she
was afraid of this man, that he had
to steal her to marry her and that
he carried her through the dismal
swamp and a dungeon 3 mi es Jong
and asked Mrs. Brown not to tel'
him anything that sKe~had told her
if she did he would kill her. While
Mr. Brown was holding a conver
sation with him he said; I have a
sweet and pretty little wife, but it
took sharp eyes to get her.
BL'KKKD NEARLY TO DEATH
» Monday night about sc
o'clock, Bernard Hines, aged seven
years., son of Mr. Jno. L. Hines,
was severely burned by the ex
plosion of about one-half of
powder. The powder was left
from Thanksgiving Day's sporting
and placed in the hall rack where
Bernard kept his school books.
After supper Bernard -lighted a
piece of lightwood a|id went to the
rack for his pencils when a spark
fell into the powder, which caused
the explosion. His face, neck and
hands were badly burnt. Bernard
was getting along as well as can be
AN EVANGELIST S STORY.
"I suffered for years with a broncbisl
or lung trouble and tried variour remedies
but did not obtain permanent relief until
I commenced using One Minute Cough
Cure," writes Rev. James Kirkmon.evan
gelist of Belle River, 111. "I have no hesi
tation in recommending it to all sufferers
from maladies of this kiud." One Miidite
Cough Cure affords immediate relief for
coughs, colds and all kinda of throat and
lung troubles. For croup it is unequalled.
Absolutely safe. Very pleasant to take
never fails and is really a favorite with
tbe children. They like it.
FROM LITTLETON nSi COLLE6E.
Mrs. j. |J. Yarborough of Nash
ville Tenn. delightfully entertained
the inmates oi Littleton female Col
lege on Monday evening Novem
ber 2 5111. She spoke on Home
Missions, to which ca\tsp she is
very )oyal and fur which «■ he plead
ed very earnestly. A very beauti
ful Consecration service was held
at the close of her address. Her
visit was of much pleasure and
The Thanksgiving Recital was
most enjoyable. The vocal and
instrumental miwjc and the elucu
tiqn were of the highest order and
each elocution was well rendered.
T« Can A UR h Om lav
Tske Laxative Brotno yuinina Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it (ails
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature on each
Advertisements under this head 5 cents a
line each insertion.
No ad. taken for less than 15 cents.
LADIES WANTED to write at home,
! no newspaper business. Salary fso.oo per
month, guaranteed. Address with stamp,
Mrs. J. W. M'CAIN, Waxhaw, N. C.
Walkign Jackets, Reefers, Capos and
Cloaks si.uo to #IO.OO,
[ Slade, Anderson & Co.
Don't forget Kli Gurganus is the man
to sell you Groceries, he always has a fine
stock on hand.. _
A new line of Fine Shoes just received.
1 —N. & Peel & Co.
We will guarantee to sell Walking
, Jackets, Capes, Cloaks and Reefers
Cheaper than Any one in town. We let
you make the price.
Slade, Anderson & Co.
McDt'FFIK'S Tt'RPKNTINK & MUTTON
, Suet Lung Piaster beats all cough syrups,
for curing coughs, colds, plurisy & pheu
uionia. 25 cents.
Fine White Envelopes as The Enter
prise office, jets, a package.
Ideal Presents for young ladies and
gents can be found at Heilbroner's, the
Jeweler, Tarboro, N. C.
Another car load of Standard Sewing
Machines just arrived at Eli Caixanus.
Wheeler & Wilson and Domestic. Sew
ing Machine* for tale by Slide, Anderaon
& Company. tf
Examine our up-to-date line of Skirts
and Jackets.—N. S. Peel & Co.
Just arrived a car load of Standard Sew
ing Machines at Gurganns'.
120 I.atest Styles Walking and Auto
mobile Jackets at
Slailc, Anderson & Co.
We,will receive to-day a new line of
the latest shirt waist flannels call and sec
them. N. S. Peel & Co.
A full line of up-to-date Gent's Furnish
ing* at Eli Gurgauus' new store.
Special orders for Christmas presents
will be attended to promptly. Heilbroner,
the Jeweler, Tarboro, N. C.
We have Wulkiug Jackets and they
must bo sold at once. Give us a call.
Slade, Anderson & Co.
A nice variety of Rugs. Call and see
tliem.—N. S. Peel & Co.
A visit to Gurgnnus' new store will pay
Latest Styles Walking and Automobile
Jackets, for sale at Slade Anderson & Co.
Pretty Christmas Gifts for Pretty Girls
at Heilbroner's, the Jeweler, Tarboro, N.
Ladies' Dress Goods, Dry Goods, No
tions and all other articles of wearing ap
parel for the Ladies at Gurganus'.
Anything you want for Christmasilon't
fail to write M. -H«i> broiler, the
Jeweler, Tarboro, N. C.
Watches, Chains, Rings, Bracelots,
Brooches, I,ink Buttons and every tiling
in the Jewelry line can be hail at Heil
broner's, the Jeweler, Tarboro, N. C.
Lot* of Iloliilay Gifts at reasonable
prices at Heilbroner's, the Jeweler, Tar
boro, N. C.
THE HOME 60LD CURE.
AFhgfMlf Tffiifaiif if vlick Driik
irtfs are Being Cvrtd Dally li
Spite of Theaseliu
NO NOXIOUS DOSKS. NO WKAKKNINC. OF
TIIK NKRVKS. A PLKASANT AND POSI
TIVK CURK FOR THK UQUOA HABIT.
It in now generally known and under
stood that Drunkness is a disease and not
a weakness. A Ixxly filled with poiwn,
and nerves completely shattered bv |>eri
odical or constant use of intoxicating
liquors, requires an antidote capable of
neutralizing and eradicating this |xiison,
and destroying the craving for intoxicants
Sufferers may now eure tliemselvesjU
home witboul~-puljlicity or Ujaa-lSTtime
from business by thlswOnrtfrful "HOMK
Goto CURB" which has been perfected
after many years of clone study and treat
ment of inebriates. The faithful use ac
cording to directions of this wonderful
discovery is positively guaranteed to cure
the most obstinate case, no matter how
hard a drinker. Our records show the
marvelous transformation of thousands of
Drunkards into sober, industrious and
WIVKS CURK YOUR HUSBANDS!!' CHII.-
DRKN CURK VOUK FATHKRS!! This remedy
is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific
for this disease only, and is so skillfully
devised and prepared that it is thorough
ly soluble and pleasant to the taste, so
that it can tie given in a cup of tea or
coffee without the knowledge of the per
son taking it. Thousands of I>runkar(is
have cured themselves whft this priceless
remedy, and as many more hayo bean
cured and made temperate men liy having
the' "CUR 'administered by loving friends
and relatives without their knowledge in
coffee or t«a, and bcUevt to-day that
they discontinued drinking of their
own— free will, DO NOT WAIT.
Don't !>e deluded by nppart and Wu'r 'ing
"improvement." Drive out the disease
at once and for ell time. "IUJMK
COLD CtTRK" is sold It »be extemely low
price of One I)ollar, thus placing within
reach Qf everylxxly a treatment more ef
fectual tham others costing J>aj to
Full directions accompany each package.
Special advice from skilled physicians
wlien requested without extra charge.
Sent prepaid to any part tl the world on
receipt of One Dollar, Address Dept Cior
EDWIN R. OIt.KS & CO.. 4330 and 1.32
Market St., Philadelphia.
AU correspondence »V. ictly confidential,
THB BB3T PI,ASTRR.—
A piece of flannel7himpenc4 with
. Chamlierlain's Pain Balm and bound to
I the affected parts is superior to any plas
ter. When with latne back or
pains in in the side or chest give it a (rial
and you are certain to be more than
pleased with the prompt relief it affords.
| Pain Balm also cures rheumatism. One
1 application gives relief. For sale by N. S.
Peel X Co.
BUY GOOD STOCK
KENTUCKY HORSES AND MULES.
TELL US WHAT YOU WANT AND WHAT YOU ARE WILLING TO PAY AND WE
WILL TRY TO FIND YOU A HORSE OR MULE TO SUIT YOU.
The Martin Live Stock Company, - Williamston, N. G.
I Five Thousand j
i%n Xmas Presents! «.*:
| Date and War- jj
; GIVE US v« I !
! Your Mail Orders. -5;
> v _ 1 Ei
! BELL THE JEWELER. \\
} Tarboio, N. C. \\
By virtue of un order of the Superior
Court of Martin County we as Execu
tors of Henry Hverett will sell for cash
on the premises of sstid Itcnry Everett
on the 1 Mil day of Decemlier 1901 all of
the Personal Property of' said Henry
Nov. Mli.u* l '
H. S. E VIS RE TT, Executor.
W. W r .
ROBERS9NVILLF, N. C. •
A complete linr of i
1 BT,\l-'-K & FANCY
; Dry Goods and Notions
" We cxill se rial a t i ntlirn in
, SYRUPS and PORTO RICO
—*— M 0 L ASy ES%
Bo"Give mo a trial. I "XiaCl
Fresh Cantli 's a 1 w:ivh op linn-L
=■■ ■" • —i
TvJin St ores.
A strictly first class up-to-date
Dry Goods Sto.ro,' The only
town where you will
find a full line of. . .
DRESS GOODS, SIIOKS,
and IIA TS
Separate and apart from
is the place whore 1 keep a full
line of Heavy mid Fancy Gro
ceries My lino of
' COOK STOVES and HEATHS
is full and up to tho V.e»l.
Tw| JVII'N or
Ground Alum Halt
Call and buy L a barroll of
A tall supply oi Press Brick always on hand
. ~ -yr
-l ' '
?"" ~ 1
; £)R. JOHN D. BIGGS,
1. DENTIS T.
Rear Wheeler Martin's Iaw Office.
k MAIN STREET.
NEW GOODS NEW GOODS
- ~ JjT
Don't forget to go to
and look at liis largo and enormous stock consisting of
everything to suit the Ladies and Gentlemen. Also bis
is strictly up-to-date. lie will sell yoa cheaper than
anyone in town. '
——— ——pjij— "" ——B—l*
All person renewing their subscription \
within the next two weeks will receive
. For 1902.
This offer is for three IT""* •
month subscribers. j|~* | \ m
-"COWING & CO.S STORE, Boar Grass, N. C.
Por INeyt Thlrty DrivsOnly.
Otir entire stock of Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Notions,Boot,Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Men's Clothing, etc., also a nice line of Furniture, all
At First Cost
Goods Must be Sold _ During the Next 30 Days.
COME QUICK ANI) GKT BARGAINS
BEFORE THE RUSH BEGINS.
OUR FIRM WIIJ, UNDER NEW MAN
AGEMENT THE COMING YEAR.
O. K. COWING & CO.
This Space Belongs
L N. S:PEEL&CO.^
They Will Offer Some Rare
Bargains in our next issue.