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weekly Ht the C tiiity Seal of
; Iftflftii l-»y
W. C. MANNINC. I Itur y>
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I One Year f> °°
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Hr s AMnu all Comi nlcatlon* to
THE ENTIi RISE,
Willlam*t> N_ C.
II FRIDAY, OCTOBEK - L ;,LH
Having qualified executors upon
the Rstate of Isbnine! ■ .ma' . ileocnwil;
Notice i* hereby t ,|x 1 ' "" I" 1 ul H
' hoMing claim* hk"" si "' l ''.~laic
f| pre»cni theui to 111.- i.i.lersin.H-1 fm
|f payment on or liefon tl« 3" 1 ' 1 '' M 1,1
September, lyl'j, ot ll • notice will be
i ] pleal in.lmr of tteir t very.
All persons indebl «■> N »i' l hstale
arc requested to mad in till «l i /»l« pay-
This joth day of Si J■ uttwrr. I'*•s
--j H. '/ II ll)man.
Havingijiialfietl a*. 1 > ,|1 " 1 til""' 11 ~IC
EaUte of Klij»li B' '«" •-'—l N"H"'
la hereby given to "1' ' i'"* liml Im ' l '
clalHis against *»»'' l ,||Krtl 1
them to the undersi,, I b>r piMiieitl
on or beloro the 21 di> • ' Sept
notice will be J>leii'l ore lb- !"' "•
All person intlelili I" " ll 1 M lU '
are requested to nial> 11 mi It ii« )"J
This J1 (lny of Sep! is
\' ( >1 11 It Hlll,
104 r, \ t
Jos. H. Sauiu'' is, M. I).
Physician an Surgeon
Day phone f»«J - >l't I'hot '
Williamston N. (
Wm. K. Warren ! ■ S- K holer
Drs. Warren /> Kliudo
Physicians an surgeons
Office iu Uikigs Prtig ! ' 7
Hugh B. Y. k, M. I
Microscopy, Elei 'horapy, X-
Kay, Diagnosis tecialties
Office on SinlthwirV rear Mount lUc
Office hours, Kto u> 1 7•"' I*
Offi ?'phone 60 phone 6J
Dr P. B. "ONE
Office over Far l and Mer
Hours St to l'J til Ito 6
Phone No. !) Res mne No. lf)C>
Dr. R. L. Savage
of Rocky Mount II be nt the
Atlantic Hotel foi ii Wentities
day in ■ mon! 1 .0 treat dis
eases 01 tn«.' K\l.. ' w\R. NOSh
and THROAT ami .T GLASSES
A. R. Dunning Inylon MOOIT
Attorney'» sntl Com «»*■* Al Law
Oilier* in llir People Builtlm#
Williamflnn. N. C. Phone 135
B. A. CKITt'IIKK "T" n. CRTTCTTER |
CRITCHER & iIITCHEK |
ATTORNBY \ t KAW
MAIN BTREKT I'HONK (7
Williamnto? l , S.
Wheeler Martin Wi.-eler Maitiiu,
Martin & Vlartin
Attorneys-^ 1 Law
Williamston - I.orth ('arolino
S. J. ere 11
Greenville, N. Cr V• i liaittalon. N i
Greenville DU. urc Phone
D. S) A 1)K
Undertaker and 1. i used Knil>.ti
Plymouth, - N. C.
Phone Wii aMisl«iii, N. C
FARM FOI SALE
The John A Pur . : s Farm ad-
I joining Jule Purvi Farm near
I Spring Green, 17r acres, 8(!
| cleared; high fertii j land; good
1 residence; 3 tohacc; barns; good
i stables; new tena'i- house; one
I rtid mule; all sta. e fertilizer,
HiPOd-balf barrel pai t. This farm
| is five miles from Everett, five
S miles from Robei • 'nville and
I five from Hamilto:> Good Farm
I Splendid locality.
I Apply to ,
| Williamston, N. C.
RAPIDI V SPKHAIIIMI
Persons Weak and Rundown Easy
Victims-Fortify Younelf Against
it by Takinp Tanlac.
According to late reports issu j
ed by State and Federal health j
authorities the Spanish Influen
za epidemic F rapidly threading
to all parts of the country, and j
it now seems that practically
every State in the Union will be
seriously affected before it runs]
It has not onlv become a great!
ami terrifying n»"tiace to the
public health, but unless check !
id, ii i- apt toti-ri u.sly effect the
profit.-ii'l A'ai v\urk in all its:
viii ion-;- departim nt.s. Already ,
the Shipping Hoard has announc-!
Ed thai ten pi r c'ni ot its work j
ers had been afT• tied
The li -rase ha • made its great [
est progress in lli• Mast where
it has claimed its victims by the
thousands Reports from other,
sections, howevei, are equally |
alarming; and both civil arid mil-1
itary authorities have warned
the public to take every precau
tion tn prevent its further .spread.
In many citie schools, churches!
and theatres have been closed}
and public gatherings of all j
kinds furbiddi n.
Medical aullloiiiies agree thati
people who an- weak and run
down are llieeiirlie.it victims of
the Influenza | idemic. If you
find yourself tired, weak and los
ing llesli, or il \ou are in a gen !
erally rtiruiown condition, or it |
you catch cold easily this warn- ,
ing should be heeded promptly, j
You are reallv in great danger,
because the germ of this disease
is very catching and you are apt
to'fall an easy victim if you j
come in contact with the germs, j
People who ale well and strong!
are not liUel\ to contract the di I
sease because they are able to
throw it oil'. The common-sense
way to keep from taking it is to
fortify the system against attack ;
bv building up tiie constitution. I
In other words t« use the old
■i'iai;e, "An ounce ni prevention
i , . e "lie! re " And
a you at in .aal 'on
dition the proper thing to do is \
to begin immediately to build up
your powers of resistance. To 1
accomplish tins, nothing on earth i
will strengthen \ou and build you
up like Tanlac, the powerful re-,
constructive tonic, which con-j
tains the very elements needed j
by the system to >.• ive you light- \
ing strength and ward off the
First off all Tanlac begins its'
action by creating a girt® healty ;
appetite t'oi wholi■■•oinejnourish-i
ing feotl. and assi-is every organ 1
of the body to perform its natu
ral functions, thus helping to
build up health and strength in
the natural wa>.
Tanlac is also the ideal streng
thening tonic for persons who
are suffering from the afteref
fects of Influenza, Grippe or.
Hi iiirclTTal troubles aTid hundreds j
of thousands are using it daily,
with the most gratifying results, j
In connection with the Tanlac
treatment, it is necassary to keep
the bowels open by taking Tan
lac l/axative Tablets, samples of
which are included with every
bottle of Tanlac It is also im
portant that the every day rules
of hygiene be observed; that is.
sleep in well ventilated rooms,
get plenty of fresh air and exer
cise and keep nwa> from crowds.
Tanlac-ra' sold in Williamston
exclusively by Dr. l\ night; in
Hassell by the Salsbury Supply
Co. and in Rohersonville by Can
lUo.(KH) Karly Jersey Cabbage
' Plants ready. 5o per M , East
I Side Farm.
.J. F. Holliday,
Williamston, N C
WK send laundp every week.
llt must be in by 12 oVlo.'k on
each. Wednesday, or wait a
■ i ■■ ■ mmmrnmnmm i ■ ■■ ■ ■
11 it Wiiter heat, electric lights
dud otlir modern improvements.
ill annual session will begin
• » ntc for IUVW illustrated cata
log; also for particulars concern
ing our special offer to afew girls
who cannot pay our catalog rate.
Addieu j. M. RHODES, Littleton, N. C.
- ,\- t t
Dr. G. C. Godwin
Dunning Moore'o former Office*
(elfplione* No. I'll -2 and 161 J
I Noith I arolina
J This >s I" notify nil creditor* aud
the public that tin- Watt* Garage, doing
it* bum ■ s lit Williarnaton, N. C., cotn
! pooed of I', k lUnibill, Wheeler Martin,
J Mi-. P. Miblei, H 11. Co wen and J. W.
I Watts, has Ineii ili*» >lved, and B. K.
Rarnliill is thr sole owner of tlie Watt*
j (fara);e fiow " ail thai 11. H. Barnhill is
! responsible l'«r all the debts of the busi
|. W. Wats
11. R. n'■ rll !■ 111
II 11. (Jiiwriii
Mr. li. Mobiey,
Win fit i Mar hi
Money to Loan
On Ileal Kstate
From One Thousand Up
For Five to Ten Years
Critcher A Criteher
H. P. HUNCH
Carolina Metal Shingles
! Williairiston. N. " Phone 170
Mrs. Mattie Speller
Also a full line of wall paper,
i hoM \s wiiiiiiin«»i.on, Pi c
Skcwarkcc Lodge I.'j.flO
Skewarkee Lodge No. 90, A.
jF*& A. M. p meets every #m>i4
and fourth Tuesday night at H
NO I ICK
| ll,i\iiu; 1111 .1 il ti• -i) .is Ailininis.
li.ilol n|n in l lie 1". St. it i' i>l J oil a A.
Hcillirtl ilci c.isril ; Nutiii' is lii'ii
liy jjivt'ti l>> all jutsoii* l u>lll •.»
I i l.iiid . against said Kstalr In |>i «• -
I -I :it tlk in tn t lir 11n«1«-rsivrn»"«! '"i
I j>i v mint iiii mi In fuic tin* iStli
l,i\ i a t l.'tnlior |i)ii)iit 111 ». notice
will In: plead in liar of their rr
| i 11 \ «•i y,
All prison i nili' I d 'il t«i s.iiil I'.s.
j talc aif 11111 i st il l" make iin
1111-111,i1 1* |si v nunt
l ilts iSt Ii il.i vi il '•rt'nlicr, 11|J S
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■ Ail ill t nisi i atui lot J.ilin A Hen net I
j. i:. pope
' »Hit «•: Martin County Savings \
, Not 111 Carolina,
In The Superior Coiut
Before The Clerk.
Kiuekn I,umbei Coi.tji: nv,
]. M. litceu, James Sheppnrd, A 1).
Hadley, C.. A. lVele, C. il, liariisoti,
s Eli Roberson, Wlieelt t Ronerson. I H.
I I.eKgett II W. t>ggett J. II Whitaker, .
1 A Kii buck, J. R, liavenport, J \V
! Chauiieey. N. A Rogerson. tie hi A j
i Unwell, I'.nette Kverette, J. A. t'.i dti I
! Aaron Mi/.ell.
Notice and Summons:
To Whom ii May Concern:
The parties above named, and all ]
■ others interested, will take notice that
on the 28th, day of June. IqiH theatiove
11.lined petitioner filed a petition in the
otlice of the Clerk of the Superior Court
of Martin County, North Carolina, to
1 i have the title to certain lam's therein
described, registered and conlirtliid
j pursuant to Chapter go Public Laws i f
I lyi.t, as amended, and that summon?
j lias been issued, returnable into the of
1 fire of the Clerk ot the Superior Conn
, 'fi( Martin County, in the JMh dav of
| August lyiS.'which said return day has
' j In supplt'iiieittnl order herein, been con
I mined to the i4lli dav of October, 191.N
. .it two o'clo.'k in ihe afternoon Sain
j l.iud is bjuilded as follows: ,
•I First iract: Bounded on the Noith 1m
| the lands of J. 11. I.wgett, 011 tin K>s.
land Southeast by Turkey and l!i i:
Grass Swamps, on the Eolith liv KuieUu
j I I.nnibi r Conip:ii|y and J. W. Cha>"ci)
'j on the Southwest and West b I >1 s
I Cieik Jmnes K -rlnick and 11
j If using ,VSO acres.
iveoiui trie-t: l!outv''d 011 i'.i,- NOl Ii
... 1 Northe.. 1 !«• i' A. I\el, r r.
1 t ntirriw l ' - . K . r» vi and Wli del
'■ R r* r*- f' * by James Siitp
+ pirrt n —77H vi.l ! - Iby A. :I. ila lley
Inn t! . . 'Vi IVol; i o.taiiiing
■ i"S ;ioll
j third 1 t " tin North by
\ .1011 .1 >. li, 1 .st In | v Brit
» , lain, on il sou a* 1» | A Britlaiu and
1 un the V.*. .* J I*.Htain; couUiin
| iiig 4«» s a.'us
Which said lands 'ire more full* de
! m rilied, by metes ml liouuds, in the
petition ami map filed therewilb; and
the adjoining laud owners are those
k he re IB a hove name I.
' Is- Notice is given that upon the return
dav of said sutMiious, as uow fixed by
[this Supplemental o.«Ur, to-wit, Oclo
j !\i 14th. 191s, petitoner will bs 1 « t'uat
1 | the same he referred to an K*a>nii er of
j fitles, an.l that its title be legmtcred
. -prrrl coutiritieck
| (iiveii under u>v hand aud olficial,
sell, this 19th day of August, 1918 t
s ! V ■— ' R. J Peel
. | "" Cluk -f the Superior Court of
B—it 8 wks.
We Carry at all Times a J
Complete Stock of
: M»ta lie* ami , Wooden |
CRAWFORD & CO.
!| HAKKISON Mil COMPANY |
I Robt. G. H arrison Cieo. H. Harrison
Selling your tobacco on the jU
Williamston market means
that you are getting every
penny it will When In
town be sure to visit our music
store and look at our Pianos,
Victrolas, etc; they /ire the
finest made and our prices |
11W.HAYIS, SALES MANAGER
■A 7 ,
I Nexl to pont office Williamston
Watts Garage \
The Only Authorized M
Agency in Williamston. Wc curry u (Complete f
Stock of (icnuiiH* Fori! I%»rts g
Repaired aiuS Repaired
Your Repair Work will Receive Prompt
Attention Merc |
We Sell |
Buiek, lord and Saxon Cars
Phone 20 1
W illiamston, N. C.
A THE BANK THAT LIVES UP TO
% ITS POLICY
@Wv are very definite in our ideas of what a "bank owes to its
' community—and of the attitude which it should take toward its
customers. There are no favored few here. Kvery patron stands
upon exactly the same looting—entitled to all the service we can
render properly. I'here is ;t feeling that banks are stiff and reserved
••l," institutions sitting in judgment upon mens affairs. But this is
NO I' one of that type. Our attitude is studiously opposite. We
i\ seek to impress you with our sincere desire to handle your account
and meet your requirements to the fullest degree. You may be sure
that what we can legitimately do, within the bonds of rational reason
& will be done cordially and cheerfully. There IS a difference in banks
—but the farmers iv Merchants is the progressive kind—welcoming
your business with genuine appreciation—expressed in SKRVICE.
K| Farmers and Merchants Bank
J_ " - OFFICERS:
JOHN D. BIGGS, President R. G. HARRISON, Cashier
C. D. CARSTARPHEN, V-Pres. - GILBERT-PEEL Asst .Cashier
R. W. SALISBURY. V-Pres. TURNER T. GRIMES, Ass't. Cashier
CM"). C \RSTARPHEN,Jr. Bookkeeper ALMA SPARKS, Stenographer
; For All Occasions
on Short Notice
Especially For Funerals
The- Hammond Co., Ri hmnnd
Mis. Martin, Rocky Mount
W. H. C.URKIN
W-t'l:.iinston, N. C
Wo'mm have in stook a new and
complete line 4 of Mons Clothing,
Shoos and Hats. Ladirs ready
to-woar consisting of Dressos,
('oats, Coat Suits, and a lino of
np-10-dnh Krvin Drew Shoos—
there aro noiio hotter. Our clot i
oal force is ainplo to serve all who
may como, and out' stock will not
disappoint thorn. You try us.
Kverything for Kvcrybody
, Williamston, N. C.
We Sell Your Farm, City or
T'-q Atlantic Coast Realty Company
P.-••'•'ccs Quick and Profitable Results
•>i r ' ■ • i i «rl!ini» farm, city and suburban property ly auction —that we know
Inw i "j'lnsine.l by the letters of appreciation we receive from every one of
out l 'i.
Wo S_bdivideand Sell at Auction All Kinds of Prop
c".' With Saiisfaction to Both Buyer and Seller.
font] let !v ' ;■ 1 with an efficient corps of publicity experts, accurate surveyer*,
eiicrj ri'• .-v".uncus and talcs forne. Our methods have won tlie confidence of
• i ui..:,-.
Vrltt Jor our representing u'ho trill tome to you
iiuthorrud to act. He will submit you a liberal
antrai t. li t guarantee satisfaction. Our booklet
r.xplaininf our methods will bt sent a port requeit.
FA7u. .iALES OUR SPECIALTY TERRITORY UNLIMITED
ATIANTIC COAST REALTY COMPANY
The Name that Justifies Your Confidence
- PETERSBURG, VA. OFFICES GREENVILLE, N. C.
Reference: Any Dank in Pct»rsbi'ro, V.i. t>r Greenville, N. C.