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THE BIGGEST AND BEST FAIR IN EASTERN CAROLINA THIS YEAR—THE ROANOKE FAIR, WILLIMSTOX, N. G, NO\TMBER 13TH TO ICTH, INCLUSIVE. BE
AMONG THE CROWD AND ENJOX THE BEST ENTERTAINMENTS EVER HELD HERE. 9:1,000 HORSE RACES. BIGGEST AND BEST EXHIBITS OF ALL KINDS.
FARMERS. WILLL%MSTON IS THE
PLACE VO «ai YOLK TOBACCO
TRY ONE OF THE HOUSE.. Uilh.
VOLUME 21—NUMBER IS.
MR. F. W. HOYT
Had Been In 111 Health!
for the Past Sever
The quiet Sabbath day. November)
4th, 1923, maiinl the noing of thr
Mxil ot Fiedei%k W. H»»s, ace •
W illiimstvn s pranusKt fithm*.
hi ham* o a Ibin s jeel. Fee T.tat
kuem of his e\. ivtn. iUe*»*. ».-ti (
tkn ia> the atu** and e. a. tut j
Might (ue-iuto he had .-ufl«:ie»l muh
with pain, but after mar fco"». *rj
icstoi atore iikl rareav.og .«■« i
aUfntieii ram his wife, when t—e i- j
come e.e his |>ii)si(iaa could ie-1 j
the room Though he had not been !
in pood health for two yews J - ;
the days found hi mdoing the hil> j
U.4s with cheerfulness.
Bom iti Wishintton, North Caro
iiaa, on May 30th, 1872, he inherit- ,
ed the sterling qualities of his poreats.
Edmund Slah and Margaret Grtrt
Hoyt, who are remembered as am
ong the first eittzervs of Bew««.oi'
aad whose influence is still aln* it J
The Parish of St Edmun.
Hoyt was for atny years *enior war-«
* den of the Paroh. aad kis sou. Fied-1
crick ter «d u vrslnnwn for yf|- I
aba, and coming to Williamstwa t> I
reeide. he took upon himself the same '
duties and faithfully helped a th
work for the a.l\ ancemeni of th« j
church's influence m the common It >
Appropriauag unto himself the in I
itrattiea* of his patr'h. Ma leyahy-4
to home, church and state was Ira J
and lasting, fitting him for the stera
e» battle* of life which every man en
ten. By blood and nanng. U ass. i
** r I
truly | southern gentientar*. chivalrous i
teaching of that vaktaoij-hi>tl«scmfw > ■
aad uaalraid. Na dmU. to*., th* j
'tf do| TIHMI nldhor tf ]
the cross. Dr. N. Collia Hughe*, under
whose (nstnartiua he was plated
wrought a bioa »Mni •laalitre* o. I
heart and mtrvl.
Oa November Sl«i, iy*i, he mar j
ned Mite Eman Hassell of Wdiiaak- j
ton, daughter of Mr. aad Mrv Wa I
ter Hasaell. and graaddaaghter of Um ;
lafe Elder Gushing Biggs Haskell T.
them wen given three children: IW j
end, Eugeaia, and Frances, whe with I
their aaother survive - him, together j
with two sisters, MmJ. B. Moore an I
Mies Julia Hoyriaad three brother*
Measrs, J. IL, E. S. aad James Hoyt, :
all et Washington V C For tbiv* ;
years after his aenn ii|i, he lived is
kis home town, aad then came to Mil
« \ . . *: -v * I
fiaiKan, where ha iHMwhui l «
Hoyt Hardware rampaiy, which he;
amtisged until hie death la Us au
opted hsaif, he proved the gaod dti
sen and gathered around him a hup
number of ifaai h friend", who keen
ly feel ku removal from their midst
The world raa jmige aPki praise, bat
the Ufe ia the heme is the truest m ,
dei to that of father and hufband I
Se it was that he whs has peaie>
into the other Whd, carried the hear
into the home where hie loud oar
dwelt; to his wife aad ehldiea he wa.
tw the teadsr r.imyeaiaa aad eeua
■hr through all the yeara.
Though aet actively ragaged m the
work of fraternal orders, ha was
Mama aad aa Eft. "Tis said that the
beautiful truths of Maaeary were
taught him by ks father, wha fo.
t auay yean was asaater of the ledge
Yesterday at 4 o'clock. p. au. fun
- eral ankes tut held at th* Cfcaith
lluutom Shoot Ducks From the Air
■' IltnA Y
_ kWM I
A* ss IU dart fawi:«; —i !■ i>Mii b CIHnU these three Ml
r%! «m »ul> -n tin4»ar fr* m which tktf Am «B the Mnk the law aMaa^
kat was borne we Uw (tartfc. whil |
Hev. MotriMM Btdn, (eraser ndi
-ad fnend rKii the SairtHii
teare*. kev. J. L Guar*-, mix* 111
n** to Uir Fahjfc, rem" Ik
I«*mb. Favorite kaa: "Asleep la
Jaws,"* "Uad kindly ljf ut" ami "A
jibe Weil Me," sere mac bj *
ctmor. Autumn's ntuet beaaUiul Co
ral ofirniifv, the gifts of friend* an.
leLoives, filled Ike entire chancel.
I -**im forth a fttiig btet to Ik
I ifcui, who in life, loved the hmhfii
I -*»> l true.
The interment was n»lr in the Hap
let cemetery, the committil tenia
t«eiajr rea>t by Rev. Momsoa lirik.
.ml Km Stephen Gardner, of
at. ton, -V C. rend one of the •} ■>-
I fdr the •ad. frnm to fate the benedic
I lion. Lovuig hands covered the neouml
| «r h flower* after the choir hal jwf
"Ten lMuMinl Tunc* Ten IVwead.'
• "My Forth Lawb L'p to Tkae.™ *Xear
|rf My >*>! !o Thee." and "There l\a
; lUe>-e l Home." ]
Art. e pnll bearers were: Mf
Chark M -ore. C. D. Carstarphen. It-
It. Crawford. Or. H a V«rfc. A K
Ihmainc ud A. T- Crawford.
Honorary pall bearer* were UM *s-
Itrymen of *>e P..ri*h:
| ton llooie C H Clark. WIUI &
i lamb. M I Voore. Le F«-jM«- ,
| Dr. J. H. Sawder*. H. M Slubhs and
J Rm-Karri Smith.
I OOt NTT-WU* TKMUHtr
MEETING ON SATI KDAt
The first tuaalywsde leathers'
meeting af the whae teachers of
j Martia county far the new whe al year,
J will be hid oa Saturday. November
• Itoh. at the graded irtnl building,
: Williamson between the hear* af 1 J*
j and 3.10 p. m_ Durmg lie after
; OOO, the Martia (My educational
|IWT at the SUIT .til U
' will he dhnhieil Every teacher k
rafdSrk| tp ha ptMM. and is raipKat
ed to bill line leafed rover*, paper
Through the kindness of Mr Jame*
G. Stat an, the white ilißdien of the
rwdy aad their teachers will he ad
nutted free to the Bnaikr fair oa
opeaiag day. Kwialii 13th. aad all
schools, therefore, «1 ha ctoied or
he mailed to the teacher* by Merger
R. A Pope.
Every year (iMyW to' tweeted h
jbatn at the daad letter rfkt af Ik
Nearly all af tMt mad T "
WILLIAMSTON. MAR IN COUNTY. NOITI OUMUNa. '
AND BELGIUM ARE
NOW IN ACCORD
As To Reparations In
quiry Without Any
WASHINGTON. Nov. s.—State de
patlment advices today indicated that
Great Britaia, Italy and Belgium hav*
i ear h d an accord favoring • free lal
.all iepanl»ns inquiry by an .lj*n
ruuinuttee. In effect, the pusitiou ot
Iteac three gov i nrne-iit.-, a> understood
U-ir, coincides with that taken by the
l a.tol States and oppi».-es the stan
for a restricted inquiry. taken only
1¥» "y*. i*dkating jn *
ureiy- new alignment «f European a!
l>es cvar tba wistums question, i|
l*wie»l to .-limulato the hope that
cntually France would accept an tin
res :irted program rf inquiry nttk
than rkk diplomatic bolaUot.
I'AKIS, Nor. b. —Premier I'oinciii
in hid Sunday addre&s afllrnscri t)i
French guvrnment's rieteimination t«
ut arret* **>" deduction* whatsoever
iB the debt of 132^100 jKMM»4> go
marks as fixed by the Lorxlon confer
ence in 1921.
The premier's declaration* wer«
strictly along the lines of ha pre
vions utterances on the reparation*
•jdesUoti, taking no cognisance of any
new factor la the way of interna
tional negotiaLioas in which the Unit
ed States may be included. While ac
annouaacement has been made
as yet, it is believed in diplomatk
circles that M. Poiuic's speech re
Herts the government's position, that
will be communieatpd to tip Stale de
pari mrat at Washington by Ambas
U'ITLE MISS FRANCES
Oa Wdneadny evening, Octobe 11.
( Mi-s Fniito WIIIIUM entertain*' to
of her young friends with a Hall
ureea party In honor of her twdft.
birthday, at the home af her grand
mother, Mrs. Fannie S. Biggs, in New
The lower floor af the lovely home
was decorated throughout, the dacer
atloas carry la jr out the Halloween id
en, fafl leaves aad blossoms bring a
ed elective!} with shaded lights. The
little gaeats were asked to oosne mask
ed and they were met at the door by
Mr. Harry A. B«f, who was diaas
pi as a ghat,
Taw happy hours were spent bob
bag far apples and playing speak;
gawes. aad then Mia Oscar Aader
*«. Mm L C IttaaHl aad Mrs. I
. U. Eaiaas a* judges aelectod ML* Ma
jnr Cartarphem aad Mr. Mariaa Cob»
IS ARRESTED FOU
■" ■ -j|
Charged With SbootinL
Dr. A. W. Disoeway
WASH I XGTON. Not fc-JtV Mair
of the lair l>r. A- W. . •),.
ii»J in the K jdijettn a! Ikk
S tun!* ei/i| at !• as ik
•esult of fia rfwt vaHpi iwim
;t Ihf HmiLi c f an aatftaw..
n a Ui» Mar I'jfvrib. Krufc
-irfct, ■»!» : JLa o kif fen »■ h. Mr
Near Boa. jwktU) . vd.
Dr. Di»iw«) was en aW* 1 r lh|
a ,th a |art» of friwfe aAT*
■ag Ikr nigkt la a h«o.o » li* cowa
Amniat '# L.H lh> . m}»
brought Dr. Ditcmjr t» tK K- n ta'
her*, ajn he food Ik* l»i wm mat
ia kb i uua at the rj'itJ k" + bHp
lot from put hat in bal
Uugk. Drru alleged that «*» or two
men ntnol the laftar% pwn aKout
t o'clock Saturday aai firr. 1
«a hiia twice with a slat fun anl the*
fieri, lie n> aahle to aay ah» tin
will at wrrt. hat up—%t I that the
Tyrrell fmaly aathr.ilim **•» «* theii
trail. Dar»» with Dr. Dbwiai ar
rived here Satanday aftorwoor. ah>>
at the tune of hu arrival n» pui-r
Ih» from loss of Meal. Hi> |amb
and wife reached Hus kefeidr Jnnl)
before hu Jmth.
Dr. Diaoeway «» pracfarirr m4i
«• i» Cfhmku- He Pfa itarN u
Now Hera. He to laiilid by I
wife, his parent-, aal are s-stra
LaTer - Kalph Cabana. aho ia chary
ed with the *i»»4irr of l»r. I«b«a\
has bran arreted sad i- now in Jail
awaiting a preliauaary heariag.
m »BL oyb sm
OF KM 10 luLLb.,
To En»bbah the Hern* Med leiko
akif Fad at S. t. *—Ea
G&KEKSBOKO. No. I - Freoidei
I. Foust of North Catolu-a college, b
received a check for t* a 4 from Mr>
Henry Weil, of GabhU to. with arhic.
to establiab at the college the Hen
ry Wed Fellowship faM. This fiu»
arcordiag to the of the l
- ia ~10 be bol as aa award U
encourage graduate amk, aad ia ■-
be adiakjiateted bj tae iwabat «
the college and a naauttM froaa it
Far several year* .t baa h>ea Ih.
hope of Pnaiihl FmmsH to OCabtl :i
at the college a atakw U fdlo«
ship* ia order that the n»ie arhaliri
young araia ahf fn»
j jadHotiea anight bave ,-Uettatial e>
r aragtaeat to coaloar their atudk
•n same ipecinl held of work. *1
lien y Wed Pdlar»kip food aid
the I'rat to he and the
fetcraji artna of Jin. Weil ia a
aoarce of great ratii.f ctea aot an
ly to iVsiaeat Foot hat to the fa
culty and stadeat» a* wefL
which were bun. leather cata.
a».l utile Hißwiia tapt aad a iin
tore « at> were gfiea as faoara*to each
maajr pretty gifts which Itodtod bet
yapalaiitj with her friead
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER (. »?3.
Beautiful Religious Ceremony
■v I fl
View during the lo|>rr>ti«e rxUglows eemn»ay coadnrted by tha pep* at
fiawa. known as the benediction of the sea. The larga vmael la tha
earrying the mi isennt
PLANS FOR ROANOKE FAIR ARE
NOW BEING PERFECTED WITH ALL
Three New Stock Buildings Have Been Complet
ed With Necessary Additions Being Made
To Others; i *rounds l*ut Into SiiajH*
L%er>thing u rapidly hntg fa: in-
U> nmliKM fur lk* gml Cauwk«
fan lu be held hcie next »«t, a*U
as the day.- ptv by orf)Uj!.(r h*»k.- |
better and bet'er for tt tv
have the be>t (air in tattere Cwob
tia Uu» year foiu e\ery iafc.|«.i.t
T»w iwut ha> Ivuk'.U U.«
n.Uir of the lirfjlf
• N hMeler -bow- —ut»ie tfce auvue
sliuwn at other fair.- in ttus sfrtw
all 4iwr wulk-il- U.4ii« Ihi, «
ranuaUwi ha-.r oulj s«ui*d pan o
tbe attraction.-; the' .-hows e\Knlu#
at two fairs the lamt In?*, but tlx
whole works L> (uoimf to Wjlunt
tun—36 car loads—parke>t like on.
a >b» oipmialiMi can park U*n.
full of Jie b«--l rtileiUi»ne>iL. Iktl
nww) can buy. ao>l thai can not be
hiifM from the Sheealey organize
tiow rt any price, but can be iee>.
by the pubtac who come to the ICaac
oke fair for a paltry admission fee.
Ihe for the races of lli
KocaOoke fair a> arißHmrtil by Um
manager of the fmr will l-e rr*et«-t
with delight by tbe lo»»-r* of )>•
racag la this ertaon
It takes money to draw rood lonr
and tbe purges offffoi by Ike Roanoke
fair brought results in entries firn
state* and r.on than one hundred at.,
fifty horse* have been entered.
The 2:2»l trot Tue-Lay will U
tbe Uei*Je rtake and V that is sd.oo!
day and all children of school ace «ri!
be aln.nted at tbe mail gale free -w
no doubt bn&r a throng from tha
part of the country.
Other a>ijoir>ii.f counties wiM have
ti«e.r days at tbe fail for tbe rare-,
aivl the retire rare program is W--
Tuesday. .%•*. 13
trot tdo-e.il ___/. sljM»>
Z-.lil puce.- 1 4>«
Wednesday. N'ev. H
2:17 pace (rimed T
2:12 trot «•
2** pace .. __ 4C
Tknnday. Sm. IS
2:14 trot (rimed 1 tljK*
2:11 pete (dosed 1 |li«4
2:11 pare (rloaed) 4 U lj*»
2:17 trot . _.a «•|
On account of tbe targe- number
•f untiiio of hoimjo te r«mpet« ie tkr
race*, tbe Kmdw Mr —rirtiwi
n» forced te wect Um mm UiM-1
iiifs to rare for thr hnr&es «hilr hfT
These building are m» flflrt
jjal rfa.lv for tU kur.o • bra ihti
The other t«-par: meats of the fast
tta\«- been iiiea»*d aa4 thetr
will be inuiint; eihibttioiu 'or tk
.• when the fair, of the far*
ri Htinb are thru*n >prn to tkr ptu
lie TIXTJJV nanm to- remain «'f»
ru i"«r huth day ard n.,-ht r\K.l»l:ori-
Tk Koaiiuke fair la-t yar met with
the Uiuninwu approval of all at
(araxnt- irtrreasol axl b»*t:er*vi b>.
a ! a ! uw Luihlinl per rent, it nl'
•iut.!«tle» t« the talk of the ntir
Si«l». I Vo|de »ill . ant fium far arm
Wi.le. leraiM tk. at*rartjor> > will S
* -ir th. I they will t.« t he- a Me t»
N«e eUwhere, ai>l there is Be reas«i
»ii) V* iilianutun should nut -ee thr
!ai|r-t r U here all nr\' wrefc Iha
have ever avertible.) at any thin* In.-
than a State fair.
NINE IIMIT KtiAD
We Irar that the eoatnart for
hibe foot surface road rool frm the
i Roanoke l.» the Hertford l>nr
ts likely to be let HI a few t>
The |j«l?er is e or>li>rl> a>u«-
t. know whose duty it is 'o take -ut
twi, tiKurbtt' -lr( to enter BertM
i uuii'y'i iirntest ajainst a»v :xL
fame a>-a nine foot turhw*} 5 pair
tawly in Hertie COM..' Y B srttiac rloww
•►•inf Mkii| In this latter. Wh
is It? The people want to knoa. I
the Itjr'il "or the Kuaaoke brilfr aaol
' nail to Norfolk. Bertie was a lender.
County b rt y oar
ty? KOJH manimionen, ■» it yw
duty I'mate fttiieaj, ts it jonr 4a
tjr? Litot, -trayed or stale*, warar
«h* duty It is to eater Bertie mas
ty> protest ayiiprt a nine fast rand.
We heartily ninrile with jvn sin
ter orgiw. If that dan> Win Man
or her or Lhm to the w fan try it
in red ink. The pat shavld gat to
hafliafr in short erder.
Ed in anhilwii a »etj fwi
of HUtif paper fia— aedtaarr
IHiS MARKET IS CAPABLE OF
CITING SERVICE MOLED WITH
AB. OH IK OOUKTEST—TRT IT
i YOUNG LADV WEDS
Popular Young Couple
N.ere Married at the
(fc Sabinb} a: h;gh no r at Ir.e
( ha. ch ot tfce Ad>ait. Jo pbir« Rar
| »n Luiii> an! Mr. bt|fU (iiwn r»
j«;> «ne ta nuiruKr by the
jKn J H Wane.. Tm C« -rmut..
! m va- rharjd- r ini by it- »iib
j pi* t» n- »n> IBpRSHir, thf nn?
I -r r« tmi Ulc Kpi copal «hu«rh l*iw
j u oL
H* dnirii «.1 \«-ry in> ply ba"
IbvatiiMii; «kviKx*'f («i iW •«.
I IW-.- leaf |>irt- «... * itb y I
I k>v and m ch > -anlAraMUttS an-i
It. :ra IB tukl anirUl !j. iiuiii >-r
Vii>. tin * i:«rr Wilium, »*s in
I of (( mux ai»l -he very
ibau •fully irtxinnl *\ral -el,rtiofij
fiwsi M lK»*f!l, Sciiul*-rt v»l llfß
lb: *«■ Weir thr plw- • octal h>
l**n*nn. and the mr-io alb;. Men
by »l iffc the I rvial party
- Mtml and left tie church.
The udwn were Me--r* Jvi.n V
M-iamf ami l! ;wi.l 1. ili-teit »'
\« riolk. Miss Ei.uletn O ifk >'
Vdift ■a- mai l of K.«c«r ara>i Mr?.
OiTir Ajfiwn AtHtiTM*. «n>a - n of
the Kr.«ie. aa> came of Kor.or Mw
Clark m«rr a nudaight Mur char
ami carrie.! nr.! kws Mrv.
Anirr?«a »»te a prni of Uark -ilk
iCMra-ta c.ejie *i't> Mark prturr K_'
iw ramed ird iue> also.
Trje gnwm »x- atlen>Sel by hi
brvtbrr-ia-la*. IjFutnunl Killings of
Camp Branr. a» be.-t man be mx
si 'ml ire-i waiform.
The brvle was very pretty in a |A
of dark blue pMre? twil! aif h jm
ai»-! -ilier xmaoritx. S?i« *l
rti in mainari' by b. r hrpther. Mr.
tliiHrv C. flu i - of KorfytJk.
Mr-- l"a «« is. the yarn •laugh
ter »•' (Lr lite Mr ;>!l Mr I'hix K.
tbitt *•»! is ma'n&ally a gnml
b»r»iS« of I»r h-laani Kan ->m. aho
*« «*f of North Cjmliaa'i rrx
pttMii >««( atufiis She ha- made her
b«f ta \Viiltarn.-:«n aith her aoac.
Mr-. Übeefer M-rt n. «ince the death
of ter parefiti- in Norfolk several
»e-ar- ar« and has many frvefub he re
aho re* ret to -rt bri leave
Mr Pax-oe is onrinallr rf IVisas
rltania. t-at ha- been ia the employ
*f the I won I "axir» caaapaaj a North
Carolina as bead of the asphalt ie
parta*** of that r«*npan> and U a
: «w«r ■» of marl; ability. He was
-a Kdliamt« for -everal anrmtbi and
«* bine eery pleasant h
Mr. Mrr I'l-ror left by- motor
■ aunedlately after the I r IIIIIMJ far
"ireennlle. S CL. where they win spend
a f-w da)S before ro*a r to Ohar-
Salte «r ere they will be at baaae.
Those attewdrng tbr wedding ffca
*f t«wn were: Mr. and Mr*
Ldwrard Herbert and Mr Chubs R
Ibii* and Mrs> Uuaheth Clark of
\"orf«dk. Udtaaai and Mrs. BOlngt
Cotton Is Soaring—
Where Will It Stop?
rtap? Of CMnt at a Texan* pmmj
■bo* tfce ward's hart alia cm be bad. •
Vben ymm atap at a Texan jnaapt yea
kMW jwa *i* sateg ta (at tfce hart