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VOL. IX. . NO. s
'-' • v
Urged to Stand by Th« Organiz
ation —Successor to fir. Steph
en «on —The Outlook.
(News & Obaerrer.)
To the members of the Peanut
In a letter this week from one of
the leaders of the Peanut Growers
Association, discussing the difficul
ty of organization, were these
words: "If their peanuts were sell
ing at 2 cents there would be no
difficulty in getting them to
gether." This sentence has set
me to thinking. Can it be that the
farmers are going to let slip this
opportunity to get control of their
crop simply because last year they
realized a fairly good price for
their peanuts? Are they going to
sit down in enjoyment of their state
of semi-prosperity and take not one
thought for tomorrow? In Bible
history, Joseph told the Egyptians
that in their seven years of plenty
they shonld lay aside for the seven
years of famine, and the years
showed his wisdom. His advice
may well be heeded by the peanut
growers at this time.
It is true that the farmers last
yeat received more for their pea
nuts than they have in fifteen or
twenty years. Some have said
that the Peanut Growers' Associa
tion had nothing to do with thisi
advance; others have gone farther
to say that, if it had not been foi
association, the prices would have
been still higher. Ido not believe
a word of it. Here js my reason
ing: Before last fall, the farmers
had been considering that 3 cents
was a good price tor peanuts. As
they organized and began to du>-
cuss prices, they became convinced
that they should have more. Grad
ually they came to see what was a
profitable price. The buyers of
peanuts, no matter who they were,
began to see that the farmers were
growing restive under the old con
ditions. They learned that, if they
were going to get any nuts, they
must offer a better price for them.
So, gradually last fall the prices
crept rp until the 20th of Novem
ber when they were 5 cents and
over. I believe there were distinct
motives in this rise: (1) a desire to
"I wrote you for a.lvice," writes Lelia Hagood,
of Sylvia, Tenn., "about my terrible backache and
monthly pains in my abdomen and shoulders. 1
had suffered this way nine years and five doctors
had failed to relieve me. On your advite 1 aook
Wine of Cardui, which at once pains
and now I am entirely cured. I am sure that
Cardui saved my life."
It Is a safe and reliable remedy for all female
1 j diseases, such as peri- •
odical pains, irregulari- ***■ ADVICE
A,, _ Writ* ot i letter describing all
ty, drugging down sen- Y?** fympu*o». w« »..i %*nd yuu
. , « Advice, In plain sealed envelope.
sations, headache, diz
ziness, backache, etc. i«-n.
At Every Drug Store In SI.OO bottles. Try it.
Cosby Patent Air-Tight Baker and Heater
The Most Convenient, Useful
and Economical Stove for the
Home Ever Made. ....
IT DOES DOUBLE DUTY
It warms the coldettaad largest room in /* v S ~
the house, making it Cory. The busy /
housewife can cook Or take anything K c
from light rolls la a Thanksgiving or
Christmas turkey. Still it looks just aa V,>
neat aa any heater made. it ii afr-tight m !
and a great fuel aa'-cr. Thooaaada are be- IS
• ing aold. Thonaanda of hoaaekaspen are H
enthusiastic. Fire Cast Iron ton aad
bottoina, making it laat lot years without !■
repairs. Made only by
# UNION STOVK CO., Inc.. MFi . tJjg 1
lay hands upon all the peannts
they could so that they would not
have to buy from Union men; (?)
a desire to convince the farmers
that, if they would not combine,
they wonld get good prices just the
same. When the tobacco growers
of Kentucky went to organize, the
trust offered $2.00 in the hundered
more for the tobacco of the non-un
ion men. This was to persuade
the farmers that if they would not
join a union, they would get better
prices. But the tobacco growers
were not caught .napping, neither
did they allow themselves to be
"soft-soaped" by the trust. To
day the tobacco growers are realiz
ing ten and twelve cents for the
grade of goods that they once sold
for three cents.
Now let me tell you how I think
prices are going in peanuts, I don't
claim prophetic power, but see if
my words don't come true- Let
the association die down and let
those who manipulate the peanut
market become convinced that the
farmers have given up the idea of
controlling their crop, and you wiil
see prices begin to gradually go
down. And I shall not abuse them
either, for we need not expect them
to give four and five cents for pea
nuts when they can get them for
Men, for the sake of the future
rally to the association and carry it
Ito success. You have laid your
| bmds ti the plow. You cannot
look backward. If you fail now, it
were a great deal better to have
never begun at all, because the
price-setters will look at.,* you in
scorn and say, "You tried toorgan
iie and failed; now you turn over
matterg t6 our hands where they
have always been." Could you
Mr. J. W. Williams and Pugh
Ward of Jatnesville attended the
play here Tuesday night.
But yon say, "Oh, well, all this
is easy enough to talk and it sounds.
mignty nice; but tt can't lie done."
It can be done. The man who'
says a thing can't be done that
ought to be done is, nine times out
of ten, the. man who has not tried.
If you will only do your duty, you
will not have time to worry about
what othets won't do.
WILLIAMSTON, N. C M FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1907
1 Mr. K. S. Askew, Wiudsor, N.
C., has been appointed my succes
sor. I want you to help him out.
1 Without your aid he can not suc
ceed. With your co-operation, he
cau accomplish great and lasting
i good for the peanut growers of
1 North Carolina and Virginia.
GII.BKRT T. STBPHKNSOM.
His Dur Oil Mother
"My dear old mother, who is
now eighty three years old, thrives
on Electric Bitters,'' writes W. B.
Brunson. of Dublin, Ga. ' She
has taken them for about two
years and enjoys an excellent ap
petite, feels strong and sleeps well.
That's the way Electric Bitters
affect the aged, and the same
happy results fo'low in all cases of
female weakness and general de
bi ity. Weak puny children too
are greatly strengthened by. them.
Guaranteed also for stomach, liver
and kidney troubles, l>y S. R,
Bi K 'gs, Druggist. 50c.
"When you read some of the
'news' from Washington", savs
the Philadelphia Inquirer, "you
realize that it is still the dull sea
son in that city". What a deli
cious bit of humor from a cilv
where they never have any other
kind of season!
Miri Thin Eioigk n toi Mock
To maintain health/ a mature
man or woman needs just enough
food to repair the waste and supply
energy and body heat, Tl'fe halt
itual consumption of more food
than is necessary for these purposes
is the prime cause of stomach
troubles, rheumatism and disorders
of the kidneys. If troubled with
indigestion, revise your diet, let
reason and not appetite confol
and take a few d se. of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
and you will soon be all right
again For sale by All Druggists
and Dealers in Patent Medicine.
"Borne so culled Ntatesipeu," observ
ed the p l>J l >M >| >ti Uh I boa rder, "are
merely political NelmiiographK. They
are always in a state of agltatlou over
' wme upheaval that IN threatening to
destroy the foundations of civilisation,
but they can't tell exactly what It is
or where It is."—l'hicago Tribune.
Whsrs Warm Clothing Is Usslsss.
lu a hospital for soldiers' wives In
India a poor woman was a I K>U tto be
Invalided home. A lady Kot her some
warm clothing for the voyage. Un
fortunately the patient died lieforo
•he could la' got H way. The matron,
■nxiouH to improve (lie OCOIIKIUII. said
to tbe lady who had provided tbe
clot hex, "All, well, poll' Hon I. xlie've
gorn w ere nlie won't never wnut uo
more wttrni elotblug!"—Oornhllj^
At a dinner table In London tin* cofi
vermillon turned on public a|>eiiklutf
Curran Htated that lie eould never ad
dreaa au audience Tor a |tiarter of un
hour without moltiteiiiiiK IIIM lip*.
. "I have the udviintuge of ,VoU there,
Curran," said Sir Thulium TUfton. a
POUI|IOIIH and preteutioua member of
parliament. "1 Npoke the other night
In the house of couiiuona for five liuun
on the nabob of Onde and never felt
In the leant thirsty."
"That la very remarkable Indued."
replied Curran, "for every one uureea
It waa the drleat speech of the aeaaion."
„ Tha Arctic Blueberry.
ID August, when blue and salmon
berries ripen In the reindeer moan, Es
kimos are everywhere with aenlakin
leather palla, their gay colored parkas,
the hood with wolverene fur border,
adding a picturesque color note to the
cfilaroacuro. The arctic blueberry U
richer, more delldoua than Ita kindred
of tbe States, while the aaluion berry la
an aeatbetic delight aa It lifts Ita roy
al yellow fruition from a bed of au
tumnal tinted leaves of waxlike tex
ture. American housewives coijublnu
tha blue and aalmou berry Into a de
Uclous preserve. The natives bury
the in In the ground, marking tbe place
with a cover of willows. There they
freeze and * are taken out aa needed
and eaten with seal oil.—Circle.
A Mistaken Diagnosis.
A Cincinnati doctor who thinks that
all the ills of tbe human race can be
traced to the drinking of eoffep and
tea entered a restaurant recently and
seated himself opposite an Iriahmau
who waa busying himself trying to dis
pose of a steaming cup of coffee.
"How often do you use coffee?"
queried the doctor.
"I drink It morning, noon and night,
"Don't you experience a slight dizzi
ness of tbe brain on retiring at night?"
"Indeed I do, sir, very frequently."
"Too have a sharp pain through tlio
temples and In andtferuond tbe eyes?"
"Right you are," replied the Irish
"You are possessed with a drowsi
ness when you awake In the morning,
and your head often aches and feels
"Right again," answered the Irish- J
man, still slicing his coffee. .
"Well, then," exclaimed tbe doctor,
sitting erect In bis chair, "aren't you
jiow convinced that tbe coffee Is tbe '
cause?" - * ;,jl 'J
"Is tbat so?" said the Irishman lu as-
toniabmeut. "Faith, I always thought |
tt waa the whiskyT-What to Bat
THE LIMEKILN CLUB,
| Brother Gardner Talks About
HUNTS UP HISTORY OF FRUIT
How Ham Wen the Eternal Gratitude
•f Humanity by His Dieoovery.
, Winter Watermelon l« Due, Says the
), Good Brother.
JCopyrtght, 1907, by M. kl. Cunningham.]
"My frena," began Brother Gardner
> aa he roue lu bis place at the last
. meeting of the I.lmekilu club, "1 has
been axed varus questions about de
( watermlllyon doorln' de past week
and have lieen at considerable pains to
. hunt up It* history and secure de In
formation 1 nm gwine to gib you dls
1 "Dar am four speshunl things con
nected wld de life and history of de
■ cull'd race—vl*, de chicken, do possmn,
de yam and de wiiternilllyou. With
out 'em we coulil not flourish. Take
"BR J EST 111 >l,l, Kit TWKNTY or UK lIIiIUKHT
UNKH TOOKTIIKK AND HOT DOWN TO
any one of 'em away from us and de
loss could not t>e made up lu a hun
dred years. Natur' makes no mis
takes. She lunged what de cull'd
man would want when slie created
hltn, and as soon as he arrived on
nlrth he found dose four things wait-
In' for htm, and be was toiil to go tight
ahead and enjoy hlssclf,
"I shall speak o£ ile wiifermlllj on
aloue dls eavenln'.wHt has ile Vhorjest
season of any of de four, nnil It seems>
to conw clusser to de onll'il man dan
any of do rest. De possum, do yarn
anil de chicken bring up bright antlcl
pashuns, but when you want sunthlu'
to make ye motif water anil de heels
to lift up off do ground you Hot down
oil ile doahsteps mid let your thoughts
dwell on de wntermillyon.
"Who whs do first cull'd man? I I
answer Ilanu I can't find out any
thing about his rudder and inudder,
hut as ulgli as I kin find out about
Ham hlssclf lie was jest like any of
us yore tonight. I don't reckon he did
any mo' work dan lie was obleeged to,
anil If ilar had been uny odder cull'il
man around ho would probably have
tried to borry a dollar now and den.
Found Heap of Good Things.
"Ham found a heap of goisl things
waitUi' fur litui. Dar was fat rab
bits. great big wild |>liimß ond straw-,
berries fiii de htlTsldes Dnr was wild
tnters f ami razorbacked hnwgs and
ducks and geese flybr around. Ho
lilted high and slept late In do inawn
ln', but ilar come n day when he lost
his appetite and got dumpish. He was
lon cln' fur somothln' rtirthe Inula't
found yet. He begun to fall away In
speorlts nnd flesh, and nobody kin tell
what would hev happened to him In do
end had he not made a disk I very.
"flatp wan wanderln' aliout one sum
mer's day, thlnkln' he was not long fur
dls world and havlu' n yearnin' ilat
mode his head ache, a mammoth
twenty-eight feet high anil welghln'
0,000 pounds got after him and -put
him on de hump fur ober twenty
inlles. When de old mammoth let up
Ilain found hlssclf In a strange ken
try nnd In de midst of a wateriulllyon
patch of five acres In extent. Do fruit
hud no natno at dat time.. It lay dar
ready to be devoured Some of de
fruit was about as big as a stovepipe
hat and some as big as a bari. Some
was green yet, and some was hustln'
open anil showln' do red core. »
"Don't you go to bcttln' dat Ham
didn't pitch Into dose uiillyona. Ho
knoweil he had found what he hail
been butitin' fur so long. Ho Jest roll
ed twenty of de biggest ones together
and not down fur luncheon. When he
hail eaten all he could he went to sleep
for a couple of hours and woke up to
tear de red hearts out of some mo'.
Hc was Jest like a steer In a co'nfleld.
He stayed right dar fur two days aud
nights and hogged down millyons and
I slept by turns, and when he finally got
frew ho was a different Ham. Ho had
I also glben to mankind dot-was to cotne
, arter him a new fruit anil a new Joy..
"You can't find anywhere In de Scrip
tures or In history dat de white mini
disklvered de watermillyon. He was
on alrth liefo' Ham, l»dt he wasn't look-
In' around. „
"Christopher Columbus disklvered
America, !fi which at de present time
am 4WJ trusts, inakln' It as lively as
possible people, but Hum dis
klvered de fruit dat brings Joy to 500,- |
000,000 people annnally.
"Napoleon conquered de world, but
Ham gib de world sunthln' to turn
around oo and lick NufKMeon. ,
Ham's Groat Discovery.
"n«rrey disklvered de circulation of | i
4* blood, bat Hun disklvered sunthln' 1
to keep Je circulation gwlue arter II
"Newtoil disklvered gravity, bul
"llatiiilSal crossed ile Hellespont
• What In- did arter ho crossed 1 Uuu
don't reiietnber, but 1 know he didn't
eome b;u I; wld a wateriulliyon undt'i
his i;rm and tell everybody ilat he bail
found a good thlug.
"Willie Nero was making one half dt
world stand around Hani was feedlu'
#e odder half on Ills new fruit and
> Work In' 'em tip to git Nero In a hole.
"White men liev gllien u* de rail
, rode, do steamboat, de telegraph, df
telephone and de trolley eah, but dt
day ilat Ilain gib us de watermlllyon
I he wou de eternal gratitude of human
t "De white man stands on de rostrum
1 and In words of patriotism and elo
■ quence stirs do heart fur war and
glory. He cull'il man takes a big red
> cored mlllyou under Ills arm anil hunti
fur a shady spot and Bots down and
• brings peace and contentment to At
land as he oats.
"De question has la-en axed me: Has
' a cull'd man a moral right to gohbk
. a watermlllyon wheneber anil wlier
eU'f he klu find It? I hev spent three
1 days tlggciiu' on dat question wld a
blue pencil. Sometimes my llggeri
conic out one way, and sometime!
anodder. Sometimes It appeared din
he lias, and agin It appeared ilat
he hain't. 1 shall ilarfo' leave dt
question fur each one to decide fill
"I nm libin' next doali to a cull'd
wan. He raises some mighty big mill
yonn. He don't keep no watchdog.
He don't set no spring guns, lie am
an oltl map and goes to bed airly and
sleeps like a log. Knowtn' ilat ilat cull'd
man will steal tny mlllyotis right aloud
It aeetus only right dat I should make
one hand wash de odder by steallu
his. He misses his fruit and sees my
tracks lu de silo. 1 miss mine and see
his tracks, but we don't say nutliln' to
each odder übout It.
Whit* Man's Truck Patch.
"In de cahc of a white man's truck
patch de conditions am different. It
de uiillyona am left lyln' around dert
dey will prove a temptation to dt
young Innocent. De.v w ill bring crown
r around. Dey will be forgotten and gt
i to decay. I can't see any pcrtlcklel
objection to de cull'd man removln' a
i few at a time, tint he should be con
■ Hlderalo about It, lie shouldn't break
down de fences or steal de hull patch
1 nt once. If while he am In do patch
I he meets up wlil anodder cull'd uiiiti
i who am ilar fur de same purpose, dm
nm no call fur any hard fcellu'a be
tween 'em. Dnr am alius two big
tnlllyons In tic same patch, and dc
gentlemen kin lift 'cm up and go dell
« 'in devourln' a million raised II
your own. -garden you kin leave de
rinds In a heap oil de doahsteps to
inn Ice odder persona jealous When
you hev devoured one couiln' from a
white inan'H patch bury de rinds wld
care. De white man am unsartln. You
nebber kin tell what he may do.
"I have no chll'en, but fur sartln
I domestic reasons I alius cut a water
mlll.vfn In .half wld Mrs. (inrducr.
Dose domestic reasons am dat she will
fly fur de broomstick If I don't, but
ilar nm many of you differently situ
ated. Jlb de old woman a fair slice
and let de .chll'en mostly gnaw de
"I hev lieen axed If de watermlllyon
contains germs or microbes and Is a
spreader of disease. Don't let nobody
fool you on dat question. If you kin
eat 'em* Up and tifke your
ehnnßM*. .No. one kin ask fur a .more
pleusiyit death than to lie killed by a
rod ffived watermlllyon welghln' aliout
"One of de most lamentable things of
de alge am do fact dat de mlllyon
sejtun am so brief, but de Inventive
genius of ile black iiian nui at work,
and any day tie world may Is- startled
to hear of do winter WHtormillyou ilat
needs no Ice tp cool It off liefo' you sit
down to It and—yum, yum!"
The Only Time He Would Quit.
."Your husband tells me hc has quit
playing the races."
"Dear me!" exclaimed young Mrs.
Torklns. "I'm so sorry to hear Hint!"
"Don't you think It Indicates u good
Intention on his part?"
"No; It Indicates that he has no
money left." Washington Star.
Mere Toye to Him.
"What kind of snakes do you sup
pose those were that the baby Hercules
just played with In his cradle?"
"I guess they were rattlesnakes."—
It Would Beem So.
Oyer—B|>eaklng of the seasons, sum
mer Is the pride of them all.
Myer-How do you figure that out?
Oyer—lt goeth before a fall, you
| know.—Chicago News.
Photography In the Wilderneee.
Disappointment and disgust of Snap ,
pltt anil l'opleigh, who have been ,
(talking each other for hour*.—l'uncb. (
the pace that kills," said the '
sent Hit loub philosopher. • 1
"No, It Isn't," corrected the amateur (
motorist. "It is gettlug mixed up with (
the machine."—Baltimore American. ;
n. r. 9AS3, JR.
RICHARD F. HASH,' .111., roum 115,
Iturllngton llldg., Hlo Olive street,
I St. I/onls, Mo., writes:
j "I (to llllt lie-
Pe-ru-na a Godsend i there In a
to Wirklnl People. ;) iko l ii who
but IllUlit Hilllll Unit III' liux llOt'Q
j "1 have met ft larne number of men
•nil women who luivo uneil it, but' have
yet to Hud the first oue who has nut
been helped by It. y
( •* 1 1 Uof special benefit U> pocr work-
I lng men and women who often Huffer
! for the necessiticaof life, contract dis
i ease and have no money to week medical
"To such Peruna come* an a godsend,
I as it brings health,
i " I have used 11 myself for a sluggish
liver and for catarrhal trouble, with
; lu- lu-bt result*."
Could Elongate Himself.
1 John Brink prided himself on huvlng
1 the largest general store In Ihe county
"If ninii wishes It nnd it IN miide, 1
! have It," whs the sign over lilh stor*
ami Ihe motto which capped nil lib
' advertisements In the newspiipura.
"William," Hiild Mr. Brink one morn
liiK as he ««# giving Instructions tc
n green clerk, "no one must ever leave
1 this store without milking ii purchase
1 If u person doesn't know what he
' wants suggest something. JVTtd, r«*~
meuilier, we have everything from car
peP tacks to mausoleums."
William's lirst customer was a lei
surely appeal ing onap who gazed about
curiously, but had no definite object
I In view. "Just looking around," he
"Wouldn't you like to take a loo!t
at our new line of postal cards?" sug
gested the eager clerk
"No, not Ibis time," answered the
stranger; "I'm Just a Utile short tills
"Ah," urged the new clerk, who was
not familiar with the wonderful ex
patiMlvehess of the language, "then
perhaps you'd like to look ul our line
" "Of Tftff "mm TintfilxWue. B'trefcßerS V" -
Trial atarrh tr» fitments are be
ing mailed nut rcipiest, by
Dr. Slump, Kacine, Wis. I liese
tt'STs are proving to the people
without a penny's cost-»the great
value of this scientific prescription
known to druggist everywhere as
Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Remedy. Sold
I' y S. K. Higgs^
A boy's hair grows one half slower
than a girl's In boys Hit; average rate
of growth I* three feet three Inches lu
six years, being :in average of .01S
Inches per day. Willing Ills twenty-first
and twenty fourth years a man's hair
grows quicker .thun at any other pe
Don't get ol " of patience with the
baby when it is peevish and rest
less, and don't wear yourself out
worrying night and day about i'
justgiv; it a little Cascaswt'et
Cascasweet is a corrective lor the
stomachs of babies and children
Contains no harmful drugs. Sold
by S. R. Higgs; Williamston, N. C.
Slade Jones & Co., Hamilton, N. C.
Pearl Why are you so blue?
Hub j*, Been use ieorge had the au
daclty to propose, nnd 1; told him to gc
Pearl Well, did be go?
rtuby Ves, the horrid thing went tc
a grass widow, proposed, and now they
are married. -Chicago Nfws.
To check a cold quickly, get
from vwr t titfeist some little -
Candy Cold Tablets called .i'reven
| tics. Druggists everywhere are
now dispensing Preventics, for
they are not only safe but decided
ly certain and prompt. Preventics
contain no Quinine, no laxative,
nothing harsh nor sickening. Taß
en at the "sneeze Preven
tics will pre velit Pi.cuntonia, Bron
chitis.-La Grippe, etc. Hence the
naftrs Preventics. Good for fev i
erfsh children. 48 'Preventics 25 •
cents. Trial Boxes scts. Sold by j
S. R. Biggs. • r /
Vour money back.—Judicious advertis
ing U the kind that pay* back to yon
the money you invest. Space in this
paper assure* yon prompt returns . .
WHOLE NO. 399
HUGH B. YORK,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office: Chase's Drug Store.
OFFICE HOURS: B'to 10 A M ; 7 to 9 p. u.
WilliamHtou, N. C. >
Office Phone No. 53
Night Phone No. 63
DR. J- A. WHITE.
OFFICII— MAIN STmwrr
I will tie iu Plymouth the first week ia
W. K. Warren. J. s. Rhodes
DRS. WARREN & RHODES,
BIGGS' DKUG STORK
'Phone No. aq
BURROUS A. CRITCHER,
ATTORNKY AT LAW
Office: Wheeler Martin's office.
WLLUAMSTON, N. C.
s. AT WOOD NEWELL
Office formerly occupied by J. D. Bigg*.
Phone No. 77.
"VLI.LIAMBTON, N C.
«®-Pracltce. wherever Mrvlcea are de.tr.S
special attention given to examining and mak
landa purchaaers of timber and limber
Special attention will be given to real e»Ut«
exchanges. if you with to buy or aell land I
can heluyou- PHONI4 /
. I'. I), WINSTON S. J. EVKB*TT
WINSTON & EVERETT
1 WILUAMSTON, N. C.
' 'Phone 31
Money to loan.
* A. R. DUNNING
I ATTORNKY-AT I,AW
ROHKKS'IX VILLR, N. C.
; HOTEL BEULAH
. I). C. MOORING, Proprietor
P RoHK.KSONVII.LR, N. C.
'■ Rates #2.00 per day
Special Rates By the Week
A Hirst-Closa Hotel in Every Partic
ular. The traveling public will find it
t a most convenient place to atop.
A SUDDEN RRMINDHR
if yonr negligence in securing a fire in
surance policy may come in tOe ahspe
of H fire at any time
THH SOONER VOU INSURE
the 1 letter for you. You know it, and
this is only tq remind you that the
knowledge will do you no good unless
I you act upon it. Let us write you a pol-
I icy and have it over with.
You'll feel 1 letter and sleep easier.
K. B. GRAWFORD
Williamston Telephone Co.
S A T WOOI) NKWELL, MANAGKB.
Office over Bank of Martin County.
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Messages limited to 5 minutes; extra
charge for over time.
To Washington 25 eta.
" Greenville • 35' i ~"
" Plymouth »5 "
" Tarboro / as "
" Rocky M0unt..;.... 35 "
" Scotland Neck r.... 25 •'
" Jamesville... ■ 11 —
" Kader Ulley's 15 "
' " I. G. Staton 15 "
" I. L. Woolard ; 15 "
"J. B. Hurries St Co 15 "
" Parmele. 15 "
" Robersouville 15 "
" Everetts 15 "
" Gold Point ' ■.... 15 "
I " Geo. P. McNaughton 15 "
I" Hamilton ao " .
For other points call "Central." Non-
Subscribers must go to Central. Nop-
Subscribers must pay for ph»ne connect
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