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VOLUME XXII—NUMBER 82
Andrews Maintains Air
Of Stolid Indifference
Bonnie Andrews,.a \ oung white man
of this founty, who w ill face trial foi
lift in criminal court here tomorrow
afternoon for "alleged "*Ubductio - i and
.criminal assallt of Ks telle Briloy, I -
.year old school girl of the Stokes sec-1
t manitained almost stolid indif-1
to his fate in his cell at the
county here today. In fact, it is I
apparent the young fellow is just be- !
filming .o realize" the seriousness of j
the crime he is charged with commit
ting.'and will face the court tomorrow' j
afternoon unprepared fo. tiie jrieatl
old' il before'trim.
It the meantime ,the \ i;tim of t'v j
h( iri.us clime with which the voting
fcih 'v is charged, is confined in bed rt i
the ■.time of her parent, ,! S. Kriley.l
near Stokes. Mr Briley wa.- iu Grcen'j
villt this uiorning, .nil said the child |
was gertin gaiuiig as wel .a-' could K i
expected but h;.d sufl'erei. great 'pain |
tiny Monthly, wlieii 'he v.'us spfitied )
awuv froni scnool *b> Andrew iUitl
cuii.eil to Wn.-i'ingtoii.
K telle Bril'-y was in (ireor.x ill >
with .her fit he l ' \ usterda} afternoon.-
.vhf e she appeiuvd befene .he I'l'ain 1 j
jury, pending Andrew's a raigmueut.
She appeared \v>\ik and la'nt and was
returned home as soon us po >.- 'bl,
where she wil (remain until tie- hear
ing tomorrow alUvinoon:
.Whijit appears to be the -..n1) -traigh
lorwurd accnuti'. nvailabli since t+rr
assault occurred came from .lie lip.-- ot
Mr. hrion Vlio remain a' the court
house today to ir Ip officials get ev
ery thing in rendiness lor the hearing
Andrews, who j*. a married man
with children, i- said to have hung
around the Briley home several days
jnvviou.s to .he disappearance of
gh Id. Nc.ighbu, - mentioned his fie
tjuent visits to the father and warnen
hi in 10~ be . caret ul, as the young fel
low had a bad reputation and could di
him nor good. Mr. llrilov reUim«i
home the afternoon befrye In ciiilC
was kidnapped arid found the young
ordered him away lind usked him not
man tliere again. He immediate!;
ti.i be caught there agai«.
The next morning, it.i-- said, An
drews went to tiie school and called
for .he child, who i* about the si/.c
oT the average twelve *eai old gnl
School was in session at the time, bn.
slu- simn appeared a tthe car and con
versed with 1 Andrew- a few seconds
He asked her to get in the car with
hprti arid When she refused, grasped
her by the arm and pulled her in .lie
cm beside.him. Ho immediately sp»l
away down the road liefore the 'ilanr
could lie given by children who raw
what hail happened.
It was between Stokes and Wash
Irtgton that .he assault is said to have
occurred. According to the child's
statements, Andrews threa.ened to kil.
her if she declined to do as he com
innnded. She said she was at'raa. not
to do like he told In r, as he had a gun
and threatened to use it.
Urilgy aitid the Itol.c l ■■IIV'IU
I by.- cian that examined he child lv
clan 1 evidence itf an assault v.u plan.
, riiVu 'h. 'I his strengthened a pri . mii
t xamination iri^Washington.
|.' .-ling ovc i the affair I.a- mc'fii"-
i,| j .I'atly since first report.- uaiie-il
lireyiation, but'mob violence N no"
feared th ough reipjes. of Mr.. Brik)
that the law he permitted to tale us
cour e. The speedy trial orm red >
Judge 1.y0r.. ha - also helped to clack
the . lob sp.iit a)id when Andrew- en
ters the conr. i mm ton. rrov alter
nqon his fate w II rest entirely
the v erdict .. .he jury, to he chosen
from the sneci.d vonirn of one liun
dred ordered 10 appear foi the heat
inK« . ,
M. K Blount, attorney for An-'rews
appoin.ed.by the court in the arraign
ment yesterda yafternoon, was hu >
-ST HAN D—
"REM ORS BLESS LOVE"
ELAINE HAM MERSTEIN in ~
20c u|)d 30c
In a five-rell Feature Comedy—
20c and 30c
IH STER KEATON in
2fw and 30c
Nitrate of Soda
The following is a letter received
! by the Enterprise and there was a like
i copy sent to the chirman of any agn
j cultural society that there ought t
iin this county, from the Hon. 11 S.
i Ward. As we have no such SOCK-'.,
| in thin-county anil at present no farm
: Demonstration agent, tiie only way ti
1 get any of this nitrate of soda would
1 be to get a group of men to sign u)
i for the required amount at a prici
j they would bo willing to pay anil make
! a bid.
| Following' is the letter:
! My dear sir:—
j I have notice from the Wor Depart
1 merit today that the government n.v
| sJ,iMX)- tons of nitrate of soda for sale
| located at ten different points m thr
j United States, ihe neaiest point being
I Hopewell, V i., whole here ate f>o,-
| Hy.T lung toils.
J'he iiietl /il of sole i- by scale i
bid-.. One hundred tons i.. the small
est bid to be accepted. l)o you think
you have sufficient organizatioh or c-u
ope rati >n to make tlii.-. matter intei
esting to you? If so, write me a'
once, and I will send*you forms t\ i
bidding, and the government's report
ed condition of the nitrate. I.et me
hear from you os soon as you can.
Bids will fn open oNvember the MO.-
11. S. WAKI).
"HOMETOWN PAPER WEEK"
Don', forget that "Home Town Pa
per week" b».«ins Niqpmhcr the VU
wliie his next Monday. This i» to re
mind the friends of the home papei
that a check will he greatly nppren
••d. i'he Knterprise ha stried to belt
its friends and patrons by letting iht
subscriptions run as long as the) wan
ed them to and we feel that evervbedy
wants to pay for their paper but ihey
neglect doing so, but right now we will
heartily appreeio.e a check and want
to remind you that it wilT he very v.el
cyme. During the war we cut olf soon"
of oui subsVrHiers who were behin
because „we were compelled to do si"
by the government on account of 11
paper shortage hut we have not .ci
olf any since for that reason. Paper
moiling and pulicaCon is costmtj-u- s
mueh now "that if "is quite an f 7 fforT
for us to sentl the paper verv long
withftu your help so please come along
and give us a small or :ut-> thiii|.
that you have that we can use.
REVIVAL CLOSES TOMCIII
The revival services which luui
beer* in progress at the Methodist
church will close this (Friday) even
ing. Rev. 1„ I). (layman, of—Weldon.
who is assisting the pastor, ha.. .Jr
lievered some very forceful and search
ing sermons. We regret thai we cei
riot continue tlii.-i meeting for a Tew
doys hut owing to the fact that tin
rolso of our conference year i.s . (
neaiv Brother Dayman must retirn
to hi ; own charge Saturday. We.ap
preciate the cm peiation of our siste,
church, their pastors and people arm
trust thot the.se .-services have be
much help to thein and to our town.
The church doors will be opened Sun
day morning at eleven o'clock for an;
wh omay desire to join the Methodist
Epworth League Notes
The. KpwoC-h league of the Metb
odist church will meet in the League
rooms at the r.M'ulai hour, 7:30, Mon
day P.- M. Rev. Mr. Joyner will spoaV
to the league ot that hour. All mem
bers, please come.
1., C LARK IN.
CHI mil OF THE ADVENT
Services-for the llitn Sunday aftei
Trinity, November *,th:
c Church school, 9:15 A M. - Mr. H.
M Stubbs, Seperint'n '".it.
Holy .Communion ll A. I*l.
Mr. J no. (i.liragaw, Ji., of Wash
ington, N. C., will lie the speaker at
this service. Mr Braeaw is one of the
strong laymen of 1 Fast Caru-ina
has a message of great importance for
the present time.
Evening prayer «and service, 7:20
Sermon subject. "The Great
A cordial invitatioii to all services.
Henry, the three-year-old son 'f Mr,
and-Mrs. Willie Bowen died je-terday
after an illness of one week wit
Bright's Disease. '• '
today piecing together all possible ev
idence, and although forced to work
hurriedly because of the short V'-ix
allowed by the court, will bfe ready ti
represent .he youn gfellow as ably a.'
BAD COPY- LIGHT PRINT
Williamson* Martin County North Carolina, Friday, November Ith, 1921
PEOPLE FED UP ON
i'he most damaging thing to Dem-i
t.cracy today is false propaganda. La-/
week ttie papers ol' the country werl
tilled with (flaring headlines, "Uailioa-r
Strike." Everything that would tend
o frighten the public was publ'-hed
Stocks' went down, tohpeeo'slumped
and other calamities came-to our peo
pie. Practically every thinking nan
in America knew there would he no
strike. Who is responsible for so inue'o
false propaganda ? Is it possible iiuit
it is some force working" to ,rv to
create a gpod market to peculate on
Or was if for the purpose of try 111!
to create hatred between "the folks
and the people?" Yoti had no trouble
in hearing trom«wcry come Trash re
marks agains. unions, and laborei
Everything; said seemed to l>e for tin
purpose of creating a bitterness ol
feeling. Vou could nowhere tind u
railroad employee who wanted to
strike. This npplie sto yll classes 01"
railroad workmen so far as we k> «>\\
in this section of the country.
Another lin> of false propaganda
.hat is always being put before the
people if- the old imaginary 'ti'oublr
lietwoen the I nited States mid Japan
The onl ycrowd interested 111 keeping
thi* idea before the public ire thr
makers of warships, ai
nun, powder* and-numitions of war.
the dy'ek Iti hi.
ous assemblies was cecently referred
to the House Judiciory Committee and
\Vas reported favorably by a strict')
party vote, with the exception of one
Republican who voted with the Dem
ocrats. ~ .
Of course every state in the union
has plenty of laws against mob law
ond violence, and riots. There, wojlo
seem to be no reason why the t'niteii
States Congress should meddle with
The proposed law .-uiiliets a penalty
against any county in which uii> per
son may lie killed by a mob or in i'
riot. It alwj loys heavy penalty or
any county through which a hunch o
rioters may pass.
It is hard whether 11\ want t
break up rioting in Chicago, Washing
ton City, Hast St. I.oui , or some pli:c
m Pennsylvania, or whether the) w si
to break up lynching in Genryia. I
it is the hitter we can offer o eheapei
and surer rdre for lynching. Ins'
stop assaults- tipoo the wmn;ii o
Nothing else will top lynching
The people of Georgia do ii'.»t like
lynching but they like it just as wel
as they like assaults upon innocent
THE TOBACCO M \KKET-
The local tobacco market U still
holding up to the high average estab
lished a few weeks m;o. T.ie price
are a little better for the me hum am
best grades and the lower gi tide - ar
still holding their own. Fveiyone '
pleased with thn sales ami (joes honn
ni|h the biff checks in a iiiii'hn; gone
humor. "Uncle Huck" say- ibal tl-ey
go home ami Rive tlrii, wise
a kiss and their part of the. money.
LEGION CONDEMNS II \UVEV
The American Legion al its recent
meeting in Kansas City passed a I
oluti'on condemning Col. Ceo. Harvey.
American Ambassador to England, fot
his' slanderous speech at the
Day Banquet in I/ondon, eaily in the
This was expertcit by ever) body ioi |
all good Americans know ilii.. stale
ment vva sfalse as we I la > si. nderous
and the fellow who crossed lln Wato
arnl foil (flit for an ideal woul I not I *'
the insult pass unnoticed.
DO I WANT A «.OOI> IIOMI
If so, help along. Subscribe, A• I \ • >
tise, Send Spine News.
EL XOTICL .iil -SAIJ,
, Under an dby virtue of the author
ity contained in, the power of ale ii
a certain deed of trust executed I
me the undersigned trustee by. J. I
Robertson en the 10th day of Ap'i
1920 and of record in Mortin Count
Public regist.ry in book A-2, pare 5 i
saiddeed of trust securing rertaii
bond of ev.en date and tenor there
with and the .stipulations therein no!
having - been complied with and at tlrt
request of the holder of said- he
will expose to public ouction on Mon
ilay, December f>th, 1921, at o'
clock M., in front of the court hous
(JoOr in Williamston N. Cthe hiKh
est bidder for cash the following de
scribed real estate: . _
Adjoining the lands of Will Little
Jim Roberson,_Gus Roberson, WarrcL
Whitfield and others, same being lo
cated in Cross Roads Township. Man
tin County, North Carolinn, containing
40 vre* rpore or less.
This 3rd day of oNyember, 1921.
iy-H' ER MAKi N, Trustee.
Local News and
Dr. J. R; Nelson of Rober.-ioQvilie
was he*e Wednesday morning attend
ing a meetil got thr County Meiin
/"• • •
Drs. J. K, ami Veniou Ward oi
Robersonville attended the meeting o,
the County Medical Society v>
Mrs. Kiizubeth \\ ooJhoti.se is in Hal
eigh this week receiving medical at
tention. She was accompanied I>> hoi
daughter, Mrs. K. 1. Lindamo > i, w 1
returned Stindu.\ evening.
« * • •
Mr. C. D., Anderson is in Norfolk or
business for a few days.
* * • *
Mrs. Kitzhugh of Washington H. I'
is visiting her husband at the H'itt
• » • •
Mr. Msrriot Hritt is in I'a11«
this week attending the Fan u, I ilu
♦ + ♦ ♦
Mr. 11. A. Gray was a lui.ir'is • i
itor here Wednesday.
• » • »
Mr. Harry Faulkner of New Uern
has been her ethis week attending to
• • » «
Mes.-rs, A ■ Cr.m loin. II A Hi.ii> .-.
3 Hassell, C !) t ai'.starp 1 en
Dr .1 D Biggs |i(tei..'e.l the T.I. 'I I I
0 » • *
Mr. J. A. Mizelle of Kohor>oi, viJl,
was here Wednesday.
• » » »
Supt. J. W. Harden and Mis. tiro
Phelps ftnd Slaughters of I'Kinoul
spent Thurtday in the City.
• * ♦ •
Mi', and Mrs. Clayton Moore, Mr
t'. 1). Carstarphen, Mrs J S l!lio '
and Mr C D Carstarphen, Jr.; un
to the Tarhoro Fair Thursday.
• m • •
Mr and Mrs Atwood Newell Mid
ohiWren nft* Visiting Mr. N('well's
father, Mr John IJ. Simpson ami Mi>.
Simpson for a few days,.
v « • # •
* » I
Mr. Simon Lille?, Mr. S C |(ay, Mr.
Albert (!. Griffin and Mr. I| n (lurkin
attended the. Fair in Tarboio yester
• • • •
Klder I'. M. Snipes of
ton district will arrive loninrVtw ti
hold the ipiarterly conference at tin
M. i:. church. WJule in. tuw4-.luL_.-vil.
be the guest of Rev. and Mr I . ('
* • • «
Mr. J. I'' Jock,son of Hani en -i + t
visitoi in town todav
Mi. W. V. Hoyle of the I\ 10 Hub
ertuou Const ruction Cnmpanyi* ot
Washington, D. C\, was here e tei laj
to inspect the work being di.iie .■
the bridge across the river.
• • • •
Mr. .1 A. Muelle of Kann.ule 1
in town visiting friends foV a fe\
t t *
Mr. S'l Jackson.of JainisWl'e vva
a bnslnes visitor here Wetlnesil >yj
f Mrs. Samuel komulus li.ves
reijuest the honoi; of your pi ii ncc 1
at the marriage of her da ic'itcr
Mr. Iloberl Courtney Hog. 111
on Tui"day Uftemoon, the twenty-wc
ond of November
al half after four o'clock
Church of the Advent
Williamuton, North Carolina
There will he no cards in town
Miss Higgs is the daughter of tin
late Mr. S. Koine Higgs and Mrs. ria •
lie Smallwood Higgs. She is a young
woman much loved and admired by
the whole community. Mr. Hogavt u
the son of the late Colonel and Mrs j
I)ave Hogart a 1 i7T* is 'very~pbpulai' iTTj
Ids home town, Washington, N. C.J
and throughout Has tern Carolina. M
MKTHO HI ST CHI IK II
Sunday, November fith:
Morning serv ice at I I A. M 7'! he,
doors of the church will be opened
for the reception of new member*
Evening service at 7:30 I*. M.—ltev.
K. M. Snipes will conduct the .moan
ing and evening services.
Services and Quarterly coril>r.*n"e
will be held at Vernon at P M. r
Hev. E. M. Snipes will officiate.
COME ON—BIJBS RIHH
Home Paper Week, Nov. 7th to 12 th
—This meons new folks subscribe, and
for old subscribers to Jwlp canvas.'
thenf, also for old subscribers to i-e
--:iew and help boost their [taper, their
neighborhood and incidentally, them
selves. * .
BIG DAY IN WASHING
TON NOVEMBER 11TH
Every thing is progressing just tine
for the Armistice Day celebration in
Washington on November 11th. The
different committees are busy on theii
job and i. looks like it, is going to lir
the biggest send off in the history ot
Beaufort county Thousands of visi
tors are expected to be here ami the
committee is determined that ,he ex
ercises will not bo disappointing.
Don't forget the fact the Woman'.-
Auxiliary of the Legion is very anx
ious to give the ex-service me naivl
.he old Confederate soldiers a dinnei
they will long remember. Old Beau
fort county barbecue will be the sto!
lar eats. The ladies are asking of t'-e
citizens tha tthey contribute toward
this barbecue dinner.
Several ci.izenti have almady K'' l| ir
ously contnbutod a pig forVthi* din
ner and it is to !H> hoped that others
wi 11 follow. Those who will Kl\" r
pifC for this worthy-cause «m i\ot f;
Miss l.ida T. Koimun, Mrs. .Ii li
MooroVamt Mrs. VV. P Hnu^hum.
The committee* of urtanifementf
yesterday comple.ed the fyi.
the day which is as follows:
i): 30 a. m. Kxercises at eourt house
lawn. Wrestling match anil hand con
10. Registration of all e\--ervm
men at American Legion Home.
11. I'arade formed.
I I Exercises at New Theatre
p. in. l'iiuier served at Legion
Home to ex-service men.
p. m. Relay race, star s in front of
2:30 Kxercises ut Flemin Field—
Hoys Scouts and Fire Fighting dem
3:15. Football name. Washington
sp. m. Volley ball game, Aijuu ican
Legion \,s. Washington "All-Star."
8. Street dance and band conceit--
Marke. street between Main and Sec
MM. AMI MUS. DIINMNC I.VIKK
Mr and Mrs. A U. I>imiii"g enter
tamed at bridge on last Tu.-vluy tven
ing at their hum eon Main 11> t. in
honor of Mr anil Mrs. O. I. Head i f
Kentucky and Mr. Nad Mrs J. F Striek
land of Danville, \a. Tie pretty liv
ing I'ooin anil music room VVCM,; dec
orated. with lavender chr\ santl 'ii,iti n
and in tin- center.of the (li'iimv iiium
table was "a centerpiece of lovely v yel ;
4«w -e+Hysa+dhemttitis -mi.t rVnir. -A
pleasant evening was sjient in«
progressive bridge ftixl at Hm' end "f
tin' game it was found that Mi K. W
lloyt hail made the highest sco.ie.
Mis Dunning assisted l»y Mis K S.
I'i*i*l .served delicious sandwichee,
fruit salad and hot chocolate. 1 "* '1 he
ifuests of Mis Dunning der ».red that
thin had been one of the n'n.vt cha lin
ing parties of the present s«aso»i..
Those present were: Mr a -1 I Mrs.
J K Strickland, Mr and Mis. ) I.
Head, Mr and Mrs I'M' II.11111", Mr.
IncJ. Mjfs I l ' W llojtj Mi and Mrs K.
I. Crawford, Mr arid Mrs. Is S. Peel,
nil Messrs. Hubert T Warren, I'iai ri
,oth, W Mortimer llarrisi.i,, .1 111 uS.
I'eel and A K. Haxton.
mciICK 01 SAI,:-:
I'ndei hud by virtue f the ; 1111 In 1
ity eontaiiied in the power ol sal* 1 1;
u certain deed o ftrust executeo to eie
the undersigned trustee, t John S
Sl.nle oil the fitli day of Nu>" iber,.
191 SI, and of recoid in Maitin Cuant.,
I'll• *1 it" registry in book A-'~, pot'
Fuid de«l of trust securing a ''eit.iiu
bond of even date and'tenor ith
and the stipulations therein nut hav
ing been complied with and at Me iv
f,uest of the holde 1' of said bin I I
v ill exp.tse to pub'ic auction on the
l'ii't day of November, 1!)2I, ac I'MM
0 r'ock M, in Iron' of the four liu.ihc
doc of Martin county the f
described real estate:
Adjoining the Kinds of Nxu') Klade
Sain Wynn and others and bounded
oh ITiif Kcuiitr -un it3outhwesr"ny~tlnr
run of Mack lir tnch, on the wts.it by
Sani Wynn, oil the north by tin l (lit
here tract of land. Containing; H acres
more or less and leing the .wwe iniiii
conveyed to said John H. Hhiile oy I
B H. Kriixl.t.
This the 12th di.y ofJDctobei, 921.
H. A. CHITCHIW, Trc.ste©
North Carolina, Martin County,
Personally appeared before me, this
day J. D. Coltrain, and repotted the
following stray gilt taken up
at hi.s residence in WilliaiSston town
ship, about one half mile from Wil
liam.ston, said gilt is about one and
one half years old, color, black and
white spotted ,rfnd will weigh about
J25 to 150 pounds. Marked crap off
of the' Teft ear and split in the right
ear. The owne rof said sow wtM call
and claim same ,or i will be disposed
of according to law governing strays
This the 12th day of October, 1!»21.
8. 8. BROWN, Hanger.
Haste Necessary to Make Up
For Shortage of Cover Crops
On> bright, sunshiny morning u few
years ago a young man was sit'inK
on a cracker box in front of tin* only
pharmacy in his town, "chewing the
laur,'' witlt several of the town's lead
intr citizens, when he idly picked up u
bulletin on Tuberculosis issued by the
State Board of Health, which was ca
pering around a this feet in response
to the whim of tho wind.
The young man WHS not ill; .it
least x ht> didnotappear to he. The d'ght
occasioiia Icough he had always at
tributed to to> much cigarette sn ok
ing, and the lethargy which pos.- es.sed
him was ciWtted to tho rlimaUv l-'olk.
called him lazyXand he had about mudc
up his mind that they hint diagnosed
his condition correctly. Turniti;; the
pages of the bulletin, he found this
question staring him in the face:'"Do
you tire easily?" Yes, certain)! he
did; that Was just hi> trouble, fie
»vas. always tired, not lazy. Seeking
to justify his \tiredness, he read fur
ther ami was amazed to find that "an
unwouted sen.* of tiredness" w.i like
ly to be a disease, ami a very serious
disease if not cured.
As he read on and saw mention ol
"hoarseness" and "absence ol a keen
appetite" he began to believe they
"were writing about him and settled
down in real earnestness to ascertain
if his namo were written there.
Sure enough, there it was a.-> plain
its day. Every time he saw "wean
ness" he liecame more tired: He jumi>*
ed on the scales and found he had lo.it
six pounds in the last two week. The
dinner bell rang and he did not make
a mad dash for tlie table. When h«
came to "blood spitting" and "persit
e.nt pain in chest" his hope revived
somewhat, for surely he had never
oil"any blood or had any pain in the
chest, or anywhere else for that mat
ter He was, however, sufficient)! in
terested to follow tin* most va'uablo
advice given in the whole bulletin,
which said: "If you have any 01 the
above symptoms, do not delay but
consult a reliable physician at once.
It may mean saving your life."
lie saw the physician, told him all
his troubles, trials, symptoms, the hi;
tory of his life and hi* ancestor- foi
three generation, WHS stripped to the
waist, pounded, thumped made ti
whisper, whistle and sing. At tin 1 tmf
of opproximately two hairs of such
methods, the reliable physician pre
nounced sentence. He said: "Aty MIH,
you have bug ." The young man nut
knowing whether he meant under lln
hat or under the shirt, or both, re
quested him to phone for the u'fi' .
taker to come at once ami , "
measure, for he had never known any
one to survive such o diagnosis foi
long. The doctor, however, would not
listen. He told wonderful tales o.f t
place located in the sandh'll; o: Noili
Carolina, where the weary would la
made energetic, the weak made trorq.'
and the "bugs" put to death.
This wos a reliable physician and
what's tho use of having a reliable
physician unless one follows his ud
vice? >So tho young man journeyed
to the State Sanatorium and there
commenced his fight.
One Would think fighting tuberiul
losirt in a sanatorium a wear,
dreary, soil o forcupation; but it v.u
not True, there were "blue tla)
but they are found in any climate un
der the sun and the happy days far
oiitnumbreed the blue ones.
It wos no quick job fighting back
to health. Hut though slow it un
sure and today that young man is well
back to work and earning more than
he ever did before he hal tuberculosis
It is useless to die of tuberculosis;
it is foolish. You have no right to
do it. You owe it to yourself ami
to your family to livu and.ba well. Bud
you can do it. Check up on your con
dition at regular internals andtif VOM
have any of the symptoms described
in this orticle, consult your reliable
physician or write the Bureau of Tu
berculosis, Sanatorium, N. C., for a >
engagement fo re'xaniination.
SERVICES AT BAPTIST CHCRt^I
A". V. Juyner, Pastor
Sunday school, 9:45 A. M.—Dr. P.
B. Cone, Superintendent.
Sermon by the pastor, 11 A. M.
At 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon the
pastor will preach at Riddick'a Grove.
- II YP U, 6:45 P. M —O. R. Holder,
Leader,> ; >
Sermon by the pastor, 7:30 P. V
—Subject: "A Yountf
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evon
,ing 7:80. 5 - 1
You are cordially invited to attend
all these services.
RES wo* A WANT
AD IN THE ENTERPRISE
Now that we have had rain laiwa
should make haste to get •uver crop»
planted, especially clovers and vetches
Inoculation and lime are necessary
to success with these crops Many
thousand* of dollars have been lost
in this county on account of failure
to inoculat« and lime legumes.
We would advise those who have
inquired about planting pastures that
it is best to plant as soon as the prop
er preparations can be made. A3 tu
preparation it is not advisable to plant
deeply at this season of the year as
the young plants will not have time
enough to reach deeply and get firmly
rooted in the solid under-soU, hence
the necessity of shallow preparation
in tho late fall
Oats, wheat and rye may be plant
ed with some some certainty of suc
cess all through November, these, too,
are safer planted on a shallow but
well prepared seed bed at this season
of the year.
We are writing this on account) of
the many inquiries had during the last
few weeks, and a few days given to
the.se crops now will greatly reduce
the liability of In-ing without hay and
grazing for the stock next spring.
Appier oats is probably one of the
safest varieties to plant Oats, Kad
May Wheat, Hairy Vetch and Crim
son clover is almost a sure hay mix-
crops for hay and a permanent pas
ture for summer grazing. A few good
hogs, a cow and poultry for eggs and
chickens for table u.-» with meat, milk
and butter for the family are the re
sults of a little work of the right
kind and at the right time Only a
few days remain in which this can
be done or we will have to make up
out - minds to do it next year.
"Money Saved is Money Made."
Man\ thousands of dollars may be
saved on fertilizers by using lime and
legumes on the land in winter. There
is only two pennies difference between
the man w ho is a success and the man
who is a failure. One saves a penny
and the other loses one. Sureyl *
little effort to make one more notch
is highly commendable.
Here's to you for a great successs
in 1922. l.et's start right and we are
sure to end right.
J [.. HOLLIDAY.
HITTEN BY SPIBER
Mr. J. W. Ward of Jamesville was
bitten by a spider Monday and came
near dying. He had fits for some time
and wos under the constant attention
of Drs. Smithwick andMcGowan of
Plymouth for a day an dnight before
ho wa,s relieved. His condition is now
all right if no appearance o fthe pois
NOTICE OF SALE
t ( ,
I'nder and by virtue of the power
of .sale contained in that certain deed
of trust executed to me, the undersign
ed trustee on the 21st day of Septeui
l>er, MM6, by' W. K Jame*. of record
in Martin County Public Registry mi
book M l at page 24'!, said deed of
trust having been given to secure cer
tain bonds of even date and tenor
therewith, and the stipulation* there
in, not having been complied with and
tit the request of the owner of aald
bond, 1 will expose to public auctioa
in front of the court house door in
WilliamstoQ, North Carolina, at 52 o'-
clock, M„ on the 14th day of Novem
ber, 11)21, to the heighest bidder for
fash, the following dtMcribed tract of
Ileginning a the foot of the Boston
road, where it makes into the Free
t'nion Road; thence along the Boston
road 68 poles to a corne rof lot No.
8, thence east along the line of lot
No. 8, 123 poles to a post on the Daley
I road; the-nce along said Daley road
to where Free Union road makM it
the church; thence west along the
Free Cnion road 78 poles to the be
ginning, containing 3? acres and being
part of lot No. 9 lying on the weak
side of the Daley road, of the Stew
ar tJames land division, registered in
public registry of Martin County to
land division book No. 1, at 'page 17®,
et seq. "
This the 11th day of October, 1921.
WHEELER MARTIN, Truatee.
Having qualified aa administrator
af the estate of J. B. Anthony, deoeas
ad, lata of Martin county, this la to
aetlfy all persons having elaima a
gainst said estate of said deceased, to
uhibit them to tha uniUnlgaxl at
Hamilton, N. U, on or before tka tot
day of June, 1922, or this notice trill
be pleaded in bar of their reeetraiy.
All persons Indebted to said eatoto
will please make Imiidelate pifMri,
This tha Ist day ef Joe, IN).
F. L. GLADSTONE, A4^pMMtaV