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6R Till MEWS OP MARTIN
COUNTY TWICE A WEEK BY
TAKING TBt ENTERPRISE sl.s#.
VOLOMB M.—NUMBER I*.
STATE HOARD OF
HEALTH TO TREAT
CLINIC TO BE IN WILLIAMSTO.\
FOB ONE WEEK DURING
_ NEXT MONTH
A none from tlw Bureau of Medt
cal inspection of schools of the Stat
Board of health is in Martin coun
for the purpose of making a free met:
ical inspection of all the school cl.t.
dren in the county, mainly exaiuini i,
fir rlineffied telll, aßhoida and de
fective vision and teeth.
To allow rlincasnd tonsils and ade
notda to remain untreated impairs t;.»
child's health until in later iuc
may have produced some incursbt
(Wert, namely: rheumatism, hcait o.
kidney diseases, etc. Children wi.
are suffering from diseased-tone ils «»
adenoids usually present one or mo t i
of the following symptoms: genua
Ifatlesneas, undei weight, pale: ess, i*. I
vousneas, frequent sore throat, mouv
breathing, snoring at night, headache. !
weak eyes, aching and running ear.
which oftaa result in deafaai a - |
Through lire years of experience b
the State Board of health, it has bee j
pi urea that the grade repeaters i
achool are the majority of tunas th
children who arc suffering from s ,n.
physical" liahJlcap mainly "Hiseaße-"
tonsils, adenoids, defective vision an
defective tooth and disoaaed gums. /
The work of the State Board o
health not only consists in the
tection of physical defects in children
for very little good would result fron
going about telling parents of the.
defects and offering no why of cor
racting them, for in the majority o
cases, parents know the defect ia pres
ort bat fail to hare it corrected foi
lade of convenient facilities and spe
"!)■«»■ ... " _
The State Board of hmlth offers i
plan by which school children be'.wee:
the agas of six and thirteen year* ©
age inclusive who aw* suffering froi.
diseased tonsils ami adenoids may re
cave treatment in eairrgency hospi
tal where the child remains 24 hours
including operation by ouo of tin
state's best specialist*, all for- the
nominal fee of $12.50, or absolurel)
free of charge in needy cases.
The above fee is charged to defray
tlw actual cost of the clinic in Mar
tia county. No part goes to the elifi
le physician orderly or nurseo wKo art
furnished entirely by the state.
The hospital equipment consists of
a complete operating room outfit, an
aesthetizing room, laboratory, twen
ty Ave beds, aad all modem conven
A corpse of twelve of the state';
beat nurses will be there to cvire foi
This opportunity* only come* to T«®'
county every three or four years, thi
being the first time it has been hel
in Martin county. However, the state
has conducted these clinics in seven
ty ttp> counties in the state and »
total at about seven thousand chil
drees have been successfully operate*'
on by Ma dab plan. The nurse wil
be ia the office of Mr. Manning, th*
auperintondent, every Saturday, an»
will ha glad to consult with parent'
about thetr children.
This dink will be held in WUliams
ton for one week only, the latter pait
of May. Hie exact dade will be giv
es ia the next issue of The Enter
prise, tdso the name of the operator.
; If you wish to have child ex
amined, make application to any of
the physicians. Superintendent Man
ning, ff achool nurse, Miss Geneva
Tie 3tote fa doing *6 gn ater woh
today than trying to make every one
•f Bs children fit physically, and thou
MPdp ai children are being treats* 1
that sssald not he if they had to pr
their own hospital and operating bill*
We hope the parents of Martin
eoaaty will gfm the fullest coopers
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VOBD CAB JUMEMpH ✓
FBNCS ON CAUBBWA*
JDaautge Bat Owa
-1&. W. H. Williams' car was the
fim to ju«p to* tp4 nose di ve
dowa the Boaooke dam, Monday when
Mr. WflMaaw was spiriting along. The
ear, ao'ta says, aeemecT to 'treat to
laaa to the left aide of the read, autd
-■ -* rt o .isl. . , 1 1I M S .■rail i
vmb m five uw amtsanoinf npt
turn, the uarely Ford jumped the
faswiadtisattloire the embankment
aad BJBy with it. .' ll *' . .
A mashed radiator, Mnt fenders
and y*T* a broken radius red and
wind shteM nura about the only tren-
Wes fihtanent by Oe "Ford Dber
tots.* toaiata Mmsßf lucky and
adihue altlisnt aharge all other poo
pleto _ _ ;
Misses Myrtle Pridgen and Hattic
Boberson spent the week end with
Miss Ruby BarnhiiL
Missee Velma and Viola Roebuck
and Nina James spent Saturday night
with Misses Guano and Mamie Mob
Mr. aad Mr*. C- T. Mobley awl
children of near Everett* spent Sun
day on Cross Roads.
Doot forget the farmers' meeting
at Cress Bonds Wednesday Bight, Ap
ril 25th. Men sn>l women are a l in
vited to come.
Mi-xos Gursie MMcy and Hele"
Tstylor spent Thursday night with
Misses KatMera and Ruth fce"*'
'pent the week e»d with Miss Dora
Mr. and Mr~. J A. Wynne a-J Mr
W. T. Phdps motr.red to Jamx\ille
I >• day,
t-- V : > M. r>- t.-.m «-r *d
v'i.v af* h*. h Jr i ret
Minnie Robe-won t-peat Turf
,'ij with Mis* V(lma Roebuck.
Mrs. Hariett Mobley and son, Bry
an*. Kpeat Bnaday-uith her daughter
Mrs. 4. C. Wynne
Mr .Tom Wynne ard -on. Ashley
and faintly of near Everett* spent
Sunday with his brother, Mr. Henry
Mr*. A. L Kuofcurk apert Frida
*ith Mrs. H. L Roebuck
. Mas. Clarence Tsvlor speat Thurs
lay Nrith her mother. Mi s. A. ,L
Mr. Allmer Roberaoa of Rober«on
vil'e was a visitor at Crtua Road
school house Thursday.
, LOCAL ITEMS
Misses Louise Taylor and Ruth Ed
Wtnli spedt the week end with Mi.v
MUs Annie LlTtey and Mr. Charli.
Williams were the guests of Mis-
Myrtle Bigg* Sanday afternoon.
Biggs school will c'oee Friday witl
a speaking at 11 a. m, picnic dinner
at 12.311, ba.-eball game at 2:30, foi
lowed by a dance that nighu
Mr. Fate Crae» has returned from
Washington ho«pt al pfter umlergo
■ng an operation on his e>*.
Mr. Hugh Cherry has retained t
Washington to spend the rammer.
Mrs. Lena Mobley, Mrs. Lizzie Jones
and Mias Let tie Jones spent Sunda)
with Mrs. Biaeae Rogers near Bear
WORK ON HARD
WORK BEGAN IN EARNEST YES
TERDAY WITH LARGE FORCE
AND EXTRA MACHINES
W»t on the Waahiagten-Williams
ton hard anrfaand read was resumed
Moaday in aaihart. aid at the rah
She walk began, we predict that w»
wall as on hnara a caaspiated hard aui
face rand fram here to Washington.
Trucks far laying usphalrhave been
added to the machinery ased in bnihl
ing the rand aad all will be ia readi
aess to i uncials the project as too
as the foundation fa laid, which w
fo not believe wdl kike many week'
if the vim aad enetgy shown now b
Dreams mt the mat xiata who have
hoe* Mlziewdf awnit sg the coaapli
Cor of this rand appear to be ia algh*
ps s reality ia the near fntnrii The
detours sriwJ the working farms
hare not haea ia the bat sf f*#
tion owing to extra triOs and ezaap
tionaßy wet weather ezpericnecd dur
ing the past few month ?, bat slf sir
now 10-to-g forward to the date wher
the wet ai atlisa will aot interfere, wt
sB with tsuAe. and when me will bare
the long wished for hard surface.
WILLIAMSTON. MARTIN COUNTY. NORTH CAROLINA. TUESDAY. APRIL 24, 1923.
FA KM Kits >L« WENONA NAKK
OF ONE CAR LOAD
WENONA. Apr. 23 Forty cirr
hogs grown in the liriarty of the
Muckiand Bnitfa farm at tin.-
place were recently g for mik
ing a cariot dupacU ami mU in
Kiw>— far $326.7S after a 1 eipr*so
were Mwted, report Fail Hocteilr
in iharge of aariae avwUplkiLU foi
the State college and Slate Depart
meat of agriculture. The? htp weigh
ed 7*40 pounds Meat of then were
small, lacked fim -h awl sold only lor
#even aid oat fourth cents to ww
and one half cn>:« per puMd kenca
of tltis. bat the and better
!>nmghl eight (eats per ponsd.
Twml) of the hog* were owne!
by the station farm azd the other 9
by four neighboring farmers A buy
er had recently hew through the ter
ritory and had only offered *eve»
cents f. oh. ffmim At this price
the farmers wnull have lezeiied arjy
a boot SSOCI Owmg to the htetn o«
the > ran on a fail ear was not ship
ped in this cooperative project i d
this made the rates am expensive
This is aaly one of the many fhip
mettts that hare goae oat of this ter
ritory in the last year or two. Th.
Murk land station in keipiyr rat ir.
the shipment it tryiag to art a* a
community center recdering >evi*e U
the fimm in the ten iter;.. It hat
been found that since the (event ex
penmen:* rondure! on this farm ir
showing bow bars may be Inishod aid
fattened at a profit, bog has
received qaif* aa impetus.
THE ASA MANNING
FARM LIFE SCHOtu.
COMME \ t ~EM KNT
The Asa Manning Farm lJfe kW
begun their fiist c«iiwj.iif.awßwjH...Fri-.
•lay night at the school aaditomm
with an operetta, "Ui« Pira".e» «•
About four haadred frinab and pa ,
fro as were there to twho! the fr.4 ,
■amber of the program. This tn
kept up all the way through the en
It would te anfair to attempt .
gite credi* to aay single one abo U* i
part of the operetta for the tuerr
All of the purticipnarts were wry pty I |
Especially were the character*. M sr
Jessie Manning as (lorothy Ware;
Miss Eatel'e Colt ram: Gabe Ibbrttn
•is a lieutenant in the U. S aav>, and
ieorge Rohersoa as chief of t*e J
rates very goad.
Miss Gladys Wei of the mum- d -
eminent deserves mmh cndit for he
jntinag efforts ia making a um«
ful beginning of the wan»ciar
whirh will last three day*.
FARM CREDIT RANIS
WILL OPEN MAY IST
I MfrOBM IM>4 ol \ I BATE U1 j\
FEB CENT FIXED: HUM TO
WASHINGTON, Apr. 22.—The fnJ
eral farm Isna board —a miner I to
day that May 1, had hem fixed o
the date far the formal a.
12 new intermediate Cum nejit bunks
all of which have beea chartered aid
anil be prepaied to cansiiki applies
Laoas far loaas aa pen» Sard aadar the
•*w agricultural iiaßi law.
A uniform diarena! rate of fire aa
»ae half per rest has been fixed b\
all of tkr banks, ganrauteeaag to the
fanners credit at aaC exceeding «tt
pr cent with the paauNfcty of lose
With the ass mi i i n I that lb.
gawraarat'a part of the paugram f->i
ex* ending rew leaning hriliim te ti*
faraaer ia ready, the pishlim now ap
Man to he Me mt organ rrstion art
ung those who wiQ seek genraaii t
smW fy- Certaia psoiuiaao of the k
rrrf.Tr that the pi udaczi a iaiiilm!
'v jUI aot ahtaia fm* da est frc.
ffcs Men hub bad Mat fiat gieaj
Urrmhes Ma ear of sesenl birr
■rf -•ißsnisatMaa thiaagh which t
prrtoren' uMigaf'an* amy he re 3s
nuta: red panned aa to the eiai *
Awarg those orgaa-.ratiiiai are *>-
atork iafefi caapasn and agriodttrt:
each wit v . certain
t> hrsfie paper far the Imi
of Be unm - it. Hi, , „in hi *
! COUNTY BOARD
OF HEALTH URGES
PARENTS TO ACT
I KXPRESS WISH THAT FA Lk V PA
BENT WILL TAKE ADV AN
TAtiE OF OI.MC
I The Martin cosnty Board uf health
I consisting cf tie rnayor of the count*
I -ejl, the supenf.tendei.t o." public in-
I itriutioß, the chalrinaii of tae
I jf county conuai&sijcier- ac.t two phy
-idan> of the rounfy. very gia.Uy in
viteJ the State Boanl of Health to
told an adenoid and tot.sil c iaiic in
the eour.ty and the phy.-ic.u: - recom-
I mend iL
Xow, we do hope the parents of the
j county will have their >h. id ten's ad
lenoids and tonsils reim vcJ wbere it
lis showa that they are iU.-fi.-cJ. Ste
I your family physician and i-l hi- ad
William E W arien.
Boanl of Hea .
INACCI BATE THBBMOM ETEBS
ABE CASE OF I*OOK H \ICHES
All Thermoowtrrs StMuid Ke « etl ted
and a l'u«rMrk TeS; |>
KALEIGH, Apnl 23- -laaocumto
uiermotnelers ate oitri liie cause of
poor hatches, winch roc- weak clucks
■hi have a heavy deuth rate after
they are taken from the uuuh*U-r.
Therefore be sure the thermometer is
certified and where the poultry raiser
has mote than one it u- a goud plan
to test them all at «•>«' temperature,
says Dr. B. P. Kaupp. in charge of
jtoultiy fhr the State
college and Departaarni of Agncul
This can be done, he say*, by put
ling them all in one incutator and
reading- them- at the tempeiatu.-v —-
IWI degrees F. "A thermometer that
>anes as much as two ilegrees. ami
Dr. kutupp has found such, may mean
La entire failure. *lf the thevmoanetei
nea«l> 103 degree., when the tempeia
ture is really Mfc it weuld mean ruin
nl eggs and much di>couagemenl be
au-e of bail result -
Dr. kaupp states that au>ther way
o test the incubator and brooder ther
aoroeters is to use a certified dim
cal thermometer which is known to be
correct. Both of are p.'aced in
warm water aixl v. hen the watec
teaches 10 : with the dinicnl
hermometer it sh«>uld also read the
-ame with the incubator thermomr
ter. If there is a- much as a degree
of difference the thermocfceter *h >ia!
not be u*ed
TW thermometer thtt bangs fr*m
:he top of the egg compartment nith
ts bulb sus pen "led that it is ja?-t
at the top levet of the eggs is the
beet, finds Dr. Kaupi>. He state* tha'
the bulb should not toufh the ecg-
Snrh a thermometer is as* likely u.
he btoken or left out of the tray whe
the egg trays are taken oat for turn j
TT»e eggs should l»e kef* at a lem
perature of 103 degrees threaichostt
the entire hatch.
If the bulb rests upon am egg the
temperature will rot be registered ar
curatetjr, says Dr. Kaapp If it rest
against aa egg cootaiaiag ma em bey«
it will register too high, aad if the
egg is infertile or contain* a dead
germ it is likely not to register high
COME TO WASHINGTON
There's a welcome for the Shriner
Dowa ia WashianrUa in May.
So eome dear your desk of hudnaaa
Aad- prepare to get away;
Bring along the women fdfa
To this hustling esdna tows.
Let them meet the finest Mason-
Anywhere to t>e found. »
They'd be proand the Salaacn of theai
That they are Shriners' .weethearts
sisters and wive*.
There'll he good things to ent
All sniml in sonthan atyle
Aad there M be somethlsg doiag
Every minute, adi the while.
So loud up year camd at the risiag
of the sun,
Aad paint his weary hand tow
the gates of Washington.
The above pcen was written k
Denpaey Ballork of Wilson. N. C.
C, and the Shrtoen a
Waahington promise aB Nobles vb>
visit the Oasis of Washington that the
sea* of the desert wl ho
for. thai the thirsty wB he |iiw
drink, the hsngry fed and thane no
hot aaaeda will hnv thais puma e~-
ed. Arouse ye uaas mt the doaest
and make juur «ny tsaasd Wash
IR. J. R. HARRELL
| WED LAST SUNDAY
WILLIAM>TON LOSES ONK Ol
ITS MOST FOPt LAR
Robert Hanell died Sunday,
after suffmßf an attack of appoplezv
' nearly a year ago, from which he was
in bed about six months, finally re
gaining sufficient stlength to get up
.and aalk aiou.id town, doing mmik
I He was again stricken a week a*o
I ami gradually grew worse until the
] end. He was &5 years old last July I
; and though that is far short of the
■ allotted >-pan of life, and while he was
.afflicted with a -pinal trouble, causing
I much inconvenience and pain, ro life
lever shed more sui>shine in this tom-
J mui.ity than B«-b liarretl's.
Always upholding a manly digni
ty characteristic of a southern gentle
man. especially among la.lie-, yet he
was filled m-ith the joy that make
life worth living.
His father. W. II llarrell. who was
clerk of the court of Martin c**U)ty.
died while he was quite, young, leav
I iitg him the younirrst of four children
Ito be reared by a widowed mother.
I the other children being the Lite Jno.
j L. llarrell ami Dr. W. 11. Hariell, who
away seveial years ago, only
one of the family. Miss Mat*re Kar
tell. now survives.
The funeral was conducted by Re
M. R Chambers, pastor of the Mf.ho
dist church. Monilay, and the inter
I ment was in the city cemetery.
The large numtar of people at>end
I ing the services attested the esteem
I and friendship ia which He was held.
UK- CHARLES J. SAWYER
OF WINDSOR WILL BE HKKE
TWO DAYS EACH KKEK
! In this issue of The Enterprise. Dr
I Charles J. Sawyer, of Windsor, an
I nounees that he will establish an
oflke here ia the York builcfirg, where
he can be found by Martin county
people-' needing his service- on Thuis
day and Friday of each week in the
Dr. Sawyer is a specialist in rye
ear. no«e and throat trouble?, ami al*
sufferers from the>c troulde wilt b>
able to secure treatment here in th. j
future- He will open has office o.
May the 3rd.
PLANT NOW AND HARVEST ALL
Dt RING THE YEAR IS I RGED
BY THE GOVERN St KM
RALEItaII, Apr. 22.—The week of
April 22 to tt ha» been designate*!
as National Garden Week iaa the Unit
ed Slalte*. It will be observed in
North Carolina by the official procla
mation of Governor Cameron Morri
■on and by efforts of extension work
ers of the State college and Stab- Ike
part ment of agriculture to lev«*r I
more than the usual attention tu the
planting of garde:..s and the beautifi
xations of the farmstead*. C. I*
Matthews, chief of the div ision of hnr
ticaitore, gives as the purpose of (»r i
den Week, the ea>couraire*neiit of th
orderly plaatiag of vegetables, flow
era aad ornaaaeatal plants.
There is Sow a movement on fo«» I
in 'North Carolina to encourage the
liie-at haaie idea ami this takes it
the aaaia ideas of Garden Week. Then j
is also a garden campaign being cor
ducted at this time by the negro fai
■ners aad this Natioaai Garden Week |
nan nt the aaase time to aid a.
further eaeouraee the work that th
state has already begun.
PiuKi ansa" Matthews sayn thai some
of thn thiags which may be easily
dan* this week are: Clean up tb»
waste aad barren places and beautify
them with grass. Aowera or vines
start an aH-year garden am that some
vegetable may be served fresh each
day ia the year.
He given the following plan to b>
naod during the week. "Clean ap
get rid of aB rubbish, broken fence*
and other unsightly objects. Bright
en up—paiat up the building*, plant
the bnrren spots aad give the fa •
•tend aad heme aa air of ssuatassa aaac*
orderliness. Keep it up deal atof
uhtn gaadua wnek is orer Make thi
fuat thn beginnfag. Plant perennci'
louzia naad ahewbs aa theme come ev
cry year aad get better mm they ge
elder. Dmalifj the place aad snc
rem wiO fallow."
A nal bid unt aad well tilled gnr
dea ia aae of the moat attractive parts
sf the taL
Mtiu aUr Mm aad ar adtoafl mt m
garden plot whan tee ML The pc
wBI he Inisend aa a ananlt.
FROM BEAR GRASS
t , '
Messrs. Hubert Harris and Harmon
I KuKermi a'.teiuted the cumimcrmeiit
at Farm L.e *ci.uol Saturday ni^ht.
Mrs- W. A. Uurganus and Mi?
I Ki.ee zer Harrison to \\ ash
Mrs. Lkla W > noe, Delia i
I Wynne aikl lW*s» Mak>«e notowl to j
• Williams ton Saturday afternoon.
Mifs Cladyj Gu.'xiciif >pent Sat !
unlay night with Miss Beulah Cowtn. !
Miss S«"'ma Ayer spent Saturday
nijrtit with Miss Ruby M alone.
Mr. A. J. Manning visited 15eai
I Grass school Monday.
Muw Vida Rogers was the gur»t of
I Mi-- Minnte Bailey Sunday.
Mr. Kaiinond Ham.- motored to Wil-
I iiam.-ton Saturday.
Messr. Hubert Harris Lloyd Cow in
I aft! Ira Rottrs m*oied to Windsor
I • *' *
1 Misse> Fannie Mae Koberson. Mar
j tha Whirhard and Messrs lo niai.
| Roberson ami John Wablcton nv toret!|
I to W i'vl-or Sunday.
j Mi s IVttk- Leggett sperd Sunday
Iwuh Mis- Ruby Malore.
I . "•
Miise.' Man.e OjtK' and lcylene
Rojter> a»l Marvin Guiganus
| an. I Wilbur tVww motored to W'il
I liamston Sunday evening.
Commencement exercises at iteai
I Grass school w.ll be held Monday and
j Tuesday nights. April JMh and May
Kev. Hollis prrarHol at ISear Grass
I hool Sunday evening.
[ Mi»s Helen R-"**-r» -port the week
I end in Robersonville with her graixl
Messrs. Herman Rogers. Louis Bui
lurk and Joe Wynne anil Misses l>u
lah Cowin, Glaive Gurganus, Jewel'
Overstreet and Elmer Rogers motor
-I to Windsor Sunday.
SHAFT IN Ml MIRK ITUVTY CAY
ED IN. CATCHING SEVERAL
MIA A 1 WORK
STAR. April 21 -Three men »•«
killed tola) by a eat in of a tale
■nine operate! near bete b> the StaiMi
anl Mine company, of New York. Ah
out ten of fifteen men were at work
in the miw, but after the recover I
»f three bwtiei and a cheek of th
worker-, officials of the n>mpari. ex j
pressed conviction that there (rail been
no other casualties.
The drail nere: Graham Davis, S:
Chester M. ke kill. 3D; and Alonio
flnvn. 91, a nerro All n-Mded a
Hemp. uwi wfif mtkoul it
The cave in tame -o sukienly that
the three victims were unable to es
rape the flood of debris that pn •
•lown upon thnn.
MRS. AND «K. FULLY
TICKh VIEWED B% LARGE
At MENCE I KID\l N14.11 I
lodm' Aid Society of ike Methodist
( karri Secure R««nlls From
EIMU I iynctall>
Mrs and Mr. Folly Tickk, a mu«
caJ ruae-lj, proentol al the Strand
theatre last Friday night under th«
auspices of the ladies' Aid society o
the Metlwdut riiank was pnnounral
a complete sacce* from all points of
view. The sonef \ was successful in
raiding a large amount of necessary
funds they W undeitskrn to raise,
thiough the prawrtrtim of Uus at
traction. whWrh was made po-sihle by
I the cooperation of William Inn's local
theatrical talent, aad they wish to ex
tend again to the pablic who attend
ed, the lord character* who toak part
in the attraction and the mrechants
of Williamstoa who liwtfl advertis-
the alliaUw was as mark or am
a aanrrss than insdaly; the extra
ordinarily large audisat* enjoying the
witli.i.m. of the characters from tV
start to tha AM, nhiih J>»aa that ■
thing it caa 4m M to tha snthtxtiai I
THE BEST ADVERTISING MB
DIUM FOR THIS -SECTION WILL
BE FOL'ND IN THE HIIUIH.
IN REGULAR ARMY
C APTAIN FEEL WILL SEND SEV
ERAL YOLNG MEN TO THE
ARMY NEXT WEEK
Vv ith only four days of recruitiag,
Lheie have beea about 12 men from
W iliiaiu-ston and vicinity who have ex
pre.-scd a uesire to join Lade Sam".-
Americaa arm), and thus improve
Uaeir mental and physical selves.
The army only wants a high type
of youth, ana in return will offer
him advantages equaiieid only ia col
leges or universities. _ .
1 here are only a certain number af
candidates eiiigible from this caaat.
for the ai my and Summer Training
camps, so it will be a good idem for
ail who are thinking of eabating to
come forward al oue by cuauaaaKat
mg with Capt. Julius S. Peel, Wil
iiamston, N. C, or the neatest Army
i'ost or Recruiting Station.
Applications will be retei.ed from
first class young men wwjto waat to
see the worid, learn a trade and gat
well paid for it while learning. The
aimy is a great reboot of mental and
You can list in the Luted States
army for thiyear*, if you are
eighteen yeai - of age and can read
and wnte. lou can have a stcady
job for three years. You get gooo
pay for three years without loss af
Your clothing is furnished tree. Y'oa
travel free. Your doctor's bills are
tree. You can learn a good trade and
get paid while learning.
The pay in the army ranges from
s2l to $126 per month with allow
There are all kia>is of mer hnn al
trades taught in the army. These are
all kinds of sports and games taught
and played in the army. The know
ledge, experience and teaching yon get
in the army will benefit you as loeg
as you live. An enlistment in the
Lnited States army will make you a
It will cost you nothing to aA
Captain Peel all about the army, or
else call at the nearest Army Post or
Applications will also be received
next month from boys and young men
who want to attend Summer Train
NEAR EAST RELIEF MARES
Rhl'l TABLE BEGINNING
Scleral Hundred Mian PMc«d In
Wdliamnion Sunday at Near
Ka»l Rebel >er*icr»
The drive for finnnor* for the Near
East relief began in earnest here Sun
day at the Methodist church when Mr.
Steve Itaitdour, native born Syrian,
'•ut for a number of yean a readrst
of tioldsboro, opened the campaign
with an address which "gave the erfc
xens of Williamson and Martin coun
ty some facts about the history af
Armenia that few if any kaew before.
He straaoed the fart that Arascnia
is suffering the trmble ihi—tan she
has jfone through, not basse they
are simply a nation, but beraaae they
are a t'hn»tian nation, aad that the
Mnhamedon*. unable to induce thnn
to deny their Satior hare beea doing
all in their p»w*r to banish the Ma
rion and a lilts people.
At the services Sunday morning, aa
offering was taken for the relief IWd
was taken. Pledges aad cash offer
ings at the service amounted to SK7.-
aO, whic his about oae third af the
luota set for Martin omty.
THE CROP REPORTS
PRESIDENT ttITTON ASSOCIA
TION BLAMES FORECASTS
FIHC t.AMBLERS* SALES
ST. MATTHEWS. & C, Apr HL
The actaoa of the in aA
ing public tha crop aad acxeage pa
port of eighteea ecoaosmsts to tha De
partment of Agricakan a which the
plsnting iat—lisas mt the fiiam
faced heavy losses through auKag ot^
toa they did nst owa, ia a statement
Americaa Cotton nniinlin
him fraa persoaa ia al aaAa af Me,