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VOLUME XXVI—NUMBER 37
Several Badly Hurt and Two
Cars Demolished In Head-On
Collision On Tarboro Highway
Warrants Waiting to be
. Served on Victims
in Tarboro Hospital
Same old compound, that of gas and
liquor, causes trouble.
One ol the worst wricks which has
happened in some time took place on
the Tarboro-Williams ion highway
Sunday about sunset when a Buick
car occupied by Mrs. Thos. H. yam
hill and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Annie
Andrew*, and accompanied by two
gentlemen from Kocky Mount, Hugh
Caswell and Leon Martin, crashed in
to a Dodge car driven by a negro
man. In the Dodge car were besides
the driver, J. Robert Ruttin, Belle Wil
liams, James Bridgers, Lillian«Bridg
ers, Emma Barrett r James Williams
and Maxwell Bridgers.
It was first thught that the skull
of one of the men had been crushed
and that Mrs. Barnhill's back had
been broken, reports fiom the Tar
boro hospital state that neither of
these statements were true. Howeve'r,
i wa.i stated that they were badly
wounded, also the other two parties
in the car with them were taken to
the hospital in Tarboro where they
are reported as doing very well.
One of the colored women suffered
a broken leg and those in the cnr with
her were thrown out on the pavement
and were badly cut and bruised,
It is reported that the driyer of
the Buick car was under the influence
t. f liquor, and when he attempted to
pass between two cars at a rate of
speed estimated at 50 miles per hour
struck the Dodge car head on. The
negro in the Dodge car tried to avoid
the reckless driver by turning from
the hard surface to the dirt,, but the
Buick was too fast and met it with
a teriffic blow. Both of +he cars were
badly torn up.
A warrant, charging Caswell, the
driver of the Buick far, with driving
a car while under the influence of
whiskey was not served because of
I.is weckened condition. Another war
rant is being held against Crswell
Mid-Year Service at
On Sunday next, July sth, a special
service marking the passing of the
year will be celebrated. At the
year service every communicant of
the Episcopal church is supposed to
receive the Holy Communion especial
ly in thanksgiving for the blessings
and mercies received from Clod for
the months past and looking ahead
through the months to' come with
trust and confidence that God will
continue His mercy and grace. This
service is at the eleven o'clock hour.
On Sunday night, the-service will
be entirely in charge of the Young
People's Service league. The Rector
of the Church of the Advent will he
the preacher this coming Sunday night
although other services during the
months of July and August conduct
ed by the Young People will be fea
tured by other speakers.
FIRST COTTON BLOSSOMS
• OF SEASON SEEN SATURDAY
Mr. Jo\ Jones brought The Enter
prise a nice boquet of cotton blosrcms
Saturday, June 27. Some of th" blos
soms were white, others pink and
one or two jed. Mr. Jones gathered
these hlossoms on Saturday, but one
could tell that several had bloomed as
early as Thursday, the 25th.
Mr Jones is farming on the land
of Mr. Mc. G. Taylor in Bear Grass
township, and he says his cotton aver
ages waste high all over the field.
Betty Compson in
"Wanderer of the
with Jack Holt Noah
Beery, Kathlyn Wil
liams & Billie Dove.
In Natural Colors
A wonderful pic
ture in every respect
I QUAKE CAUSES
Yesterday morning about 7 o'clock,
Santa Barbara, Cal. was visited by
a heavy earthquake and $10,000,000
damage was dono and 12 or more lives
Disturbances had boon noticed for
48 hours, but when the climax came
TIT the early morning If centered Tn
the bus-mess district of Santa liar hum
one of California's playgrounds of
L?s , Angeles, Cal., June 29.—An
eye-witness account of the Su >
Rarba earthquake Was "brought to
Los Angeles today by Dr. Frederick
Vining Fisher, lecturer for the Los
Angeles Chamber of Commerce, who
was aboard a Southern Pacific Irain
passing, through the city when the
Saw Trees Shaking
—«| n a moment the shaking l>ecame
worse and tt seemed that the train
would go over on its side. The en
gineer applied the brakes. I looked
out of the dining car window and saw
trees shaking, houses moving, chim
neys falling and people runn-inK from
"As soon as the worst of the
shocks had stop|>ed, the train got
underway and we TiiVd traveled as far
as Summerland. about .seven miles
from Santa Barliara, when, another
sh,ock toppled a huge oil tank onto
the track in front of the train.
"After this was removed and the
train continued, we found in every
pass and deep cut evidences of the
quake. We twice narrowly missed
being burifd in slides."
The train arrived in I.os Angeles
four hours behind schedule.
Hold Peanut Growers
Meeting Last Nitfht
Mr. Charles E. Peters of Norfolk
and Mr. W. J. Story of Courtland,
Virginia were in town yesterday And
held a meeting last night in the in
terest of the Peanut Growers associ
They report a feeling among the
farmers that will keep the Associa
tion going. That- while the association
has been fought without mercy and
the membership has suffered, yet the
Association has certainly fixed the
price of all peanuts in the territory.
That the peanuts sold on the outside
have brought a much higher price
than if there had been no associa
No farmer nor buyer ■can remember
any period in the history of peanutfc
when the price has run so uniformly
as it has since the organization of the
Peanut Growers association.
VANCE FARMERS SELL
SOMETHING EACH WEEK
In Vance County farmers are finding
if possible to so arrange their work
that they may have something to sell
every week in the year. County A
gent J. O. Anthony states that some
90 farm families now sell regularly on
the curb market . -
STORES WILL BE CLOSED
MONDAY, JULY SIXTH
Remember h?»t the loci) merchants
will close their stores on Monday,
July sixth and not on Saturday the
This is the agreement as reached by
most of the East Carolina towns.
ACCEPTS POSITION WITH
POPE'S SERVICE SHOP
Mr. H. M. Parker of Tarboro, who
has had twenty years experience in
the cleaning and pressing bii; iness,
has accepted a position with Pope's
Service Shop. Mr. Parker c r. es to
his new position " highly recommend
ed in every respect. We are sure Mr.
Pope is fortunate in securr..; his
NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
NOW READY FOR THE PRESS
The 1925 WUHamstcn Telephone
company directory is most ready for
fhe press and will.be rtfidy for de
livery by the early part of ne*t vreek.
There are some two hundred
changes in the director)'. It has a
"loud" 4 cover and varies in many re
spects from the one of 1924.
If you fail to receive yours before
July 6 pleare notify the company and
one will be sent you at once.
Misses Spruill, Sttteirn and Smith
at Windsor were please h* shoppers
in e ir town yesterday.
yVilliamston, Martin County, North Carolina* Tuesday, June 30, 1925
y CLOSED FRIDAY
The Martin County Sunday School
association close,l Tts second annual
convention Friday night after two
days Interesting session.
The attendance this year was much
larger than that of last year; but it
-was not as large as U inijfht have
been. The attendance pennant went
to the Robersonville Christian. Sunday-
School. It had a close rival, in Riddicks
Grove Baptist Sunday School* This
Sunday school won the pennant last
The work done by both Mr. Sims
and Mir-n Davis was very instructi vc.
Mr. Sims's talks were vefry inspiring
[ and in every one of them he brought
i ut a worthy point and did so in a
most interesting manner.
>The Association will meet at Rob
trsonville next year the exact time
and place to be announced later.
The .report of nominating committee*
'yr officers' of the Association wis u
numiously adopted. It follows:
President, Joshua L. Coltrain, Wil-.
lir.mston, R. F. I). 4; vice-president,!
Miss F.mma Robertson, William ton;
.tcretaiy, J. L. Rpbcrson, Roberson
The division.. superim elide "te as
Children's, Mrs. C A. Harrison,
Williamston; ytiiTng people's, Miss
Eva Peel, Y\ illiamston; Adult, J. S
Seymour, Williamston; adnuhistra-*
live C. L. Daniel, Williamston, K. F
The township presidents' are:
Jumesville, M. C. Jackson, Jam.es
ville; Williams, J. N. Hopkins, Wil
liainston.; Bear Crass, John L. Hol-
I day, Williams'on; Williamston,'J. C.
Anderson, Williamr.tpn; Cross Roads,
( . I!. Roebuck, Kverctta; Roberson
\i!!c, W. 11. Atkins, Roheiaonville;
Poplar Point and Hamilton, Paul
Silsbury, Hamilton; Goo«e Nest, 11.
M. Ainsley, Oak City; Criffins, John
IV IJlley, Williamston, route-"4.
Many Siwrns ol 801 l
Weevil in County
Many farmers in the county are re
porting boll Weevils iij large numbers.
From various sections, of the county
comes the report that squares ai J e
falling off of the cotton and all : how
Iho puncture of the weevil.
If every square, could be picked up
and burned, so the first gem n tion
could be reduced to a minimum, it
.would help very much in keeping the
• From reports of the otheifc parts of
tii»> State, there is a heavy infestation
and preparations are being mule toi
"ombat the insert in every way, pos
Post-Revolutionary Days in Williamston
and Martin County, North Carolina
Reminescences of James Ross, as Recorded in a liioyraphy of His Father
Through the courtesy of Mrs. Uen
nie Yarreil, we are ab|e to reprint
11 qui "The Life ami Times of Elder
Reuben Ross" certain happenings of
historical interest to our readers. As
We are now going over the hits" of
history as we find in thh; highly priz
ed, we have not been able to obtain
a record quite full enough; so while
we are trying to gather as full a his
tory as possible we will run a few of
the reminiscences of early days. If
anyone of our readers has in their
possession a history of Martin county
or Williamston or both, we Wguld like
very much to Compaq .the data ,we
have with thelr's.
We would like very much to re
print the entire book, but such is im
possible. However, we want to print
those things that are of particular
interest to our readers.
To appreciate these reminiscences
of early times we will try to furnish
a setting, in a brief 0 way, that \vill
place the reader back to those early
Elder Reuben Ross was 'born on
May 9, 1776 near here. He'jbad sev
eral brothers iri_the Revolutionary war
llis father gave up his vast estate
for the cause of I.iherty, [paving- UPll
bin VI'IIII.the remainder of the family
in awful financial straits. Here we
find him facing the world with
months schooling out of 14 A rs.
Facing the hardships of life and fight
ing his every inch of ground we find
him soon to be studying for the min
istry. It is such a setting that fur
nfshes us with various happenings
that will be of real interest" to we
Martin county people. Mr. James
Ross, son of Elder Reuben and author
of fhe book relates these happenings
in a very interesting way in his book.
The book is written to Mrs. Marion
R. Dudley, of Logan county, Ken
| Best Speller la U.S. )
Frank Neuhauser, 11 years old,
of Louisville, Ky., won a gokl
medal and SSOO for being the best
speller in the U. S. Two million
school children competed. The
finals, with nine entries, were bald
Several Cases Lielore
Mayor It. L. Coburn
A tier a period oi, inan> weeks in
which time the Majors court has
been all but acti-\e,, ' several- cases
ei'ine before Mayor 1!. I-' Coburn in
the last few"days.
Mack Price was found guilty of al
lowing stock-to run .it large and was
charge*! with the cost of the,action.
Richmond Johnson was fined and
otdered to pay the en, t for assault he
made on his wife. \ second case a
uaiiist Johnson was hoard when lie)
was..tried for beiju; drunk-and di»-
ort'ei ly. He was fot'ind auilty, fined
and required to pay the costs amount
Em ma llnssell was found guilty of
assault and was fined with $10.75.
A. F. White was required to pay
a fine and cost of SIO.OO for driving
an automobile without a license.
Relihhr ItVOWn received a small fine
for .driving an automobile in a care
less manner. Hi.s fine and costs a-l.
mounted to $lO 00.
J. $. Peel plead cuilty to a charsre f
of speeding, lie was required to pay ,
i)R to fhe court.
Charlie Freeman, for \ allowing |
stock to run at large, was found truW
tv and fined $0.95.
Hr A. IV Criftin was in town this
morning a'tending to business.
Mr. Sylvester Peel of Griffins was n
visitor in'the city this morning.
.ucKy, Jit; gi ui I'Jilui
itUUOUII Hons. ' r
u iti 'ujiuii ihc aitoWijr 10 a Lali in
I enneivj-rtiiSt Air. Junius itl> write,
While Tli.'" Viiiijjfaiii.V arc jir. paimi;
for tile juuiiit>, 1 will relate .some of
my childish recollections dtiring it>«
limu ■ we> were living in Williamson. I
Among the earhe.it of .these was the
interest everybody seemed to take in I
the little twins--j our aunts J'olly and
Dannie. l,aiiies~liiSltfiig J tlleir pur
chases at the store, before leaving,
would oiteii call juii your grandmother,
ami ask iu see them. They were two
bright little specimens, faultltss in
form and .features, almost exactly a
like in every respect. When on ex
hibition, they generally stood side by
side with their little hands before
them, o.ne in the other, in an easy
attitude, free from all e.mbaras.sment,
on account of their familiarity with
the situation. After being inspected,
questoned, praised, and dismissed, they
would again run out to their play.
After this, these ladies would some
times call for the baby, and 1 would
then, be brough in. They would of
ten, when this was done, mi'ke me
stand hy them, and taking off a glove
|jut~>heii*pretty —white ftngers-m—
--bail, wlm'ii.was uiry, (,l)ir.k.an(l.furiy.,
and turn it about in a way that, was
very pleasant One of them once said
When hp is grown up, his hair will
be as beautiful as Absal.om's.'' 1 did
not know then that Absalom was the
naughty fellow who wanted to kill his
father Daviihwid be kitig himself.
These ladies, I think, must have
used choice perfumery of some kind in
those day*. For when standing near
them 1 was charmed with the delicate
jiroma which, as I thought, exhaletl
from them like the fragrance of flow
em. And from this association of ideas
as I Isuppose, it seemed to me quite
Farmers Should Check Up Oil The 801 l
Weevil; Those lies! irttormeu arid Most In
terested t rse farmers to Be on Lookout
Tlnwc whdare -most interested j
I iu the cotton ci;ojij- and hest in-.'i
termed as to bollrWcevd damage |
. urge farmers to check up care
fully-on their fteuls and he sure
that thej>\ have no. fnfes ation. ,
ihe greatest trouble, a.(| one e*
' | ert recently, is thut most arm '
rrs will casually w:i 1 1c ITrnl'lhti —p*
their* fields and if they -do not |
liappen U> see any fallen squares
come to the conclusion that there
"is no'infestation. A careful se.tich
Wttllbl di-closi; othnrwkn. 4ul
doubt. ' -
It is absolu ely known tluit
weevils are prevalent arnfond this
STEAL TWO CARS j
IN i'Abi IVV O DAVb|
Aulouuibde thieves struck Willium-
Sunday tnght aiaLsUde lioiu the
Innne ol Titus Crueller in New l'own
a Font touting car, belonging to the
(. ntehei lumber company. The cur
JVJ .■ registered in the name of li. A.
O.U'her and motor number is
months and had a new top, two new
Fires-tone cprd tires on front and two
iiv-w -Kelly n't r ugheld tiies on rear
Monday nlglit, the thief or thieves
suile from' tie home of Miss Mittfe
tlarreil, on Smithwick street, a l*ord
cnupc, bel'ing'ng to the Swan Motor
Company of Washington, fitit being in
the eluyge.of Jimmie Hodges in his
•garage work here.
'this car had semi - balloon... tires,
the radiator cap had a brass knob
and vnings broken, fhtte was no
license on the car when stolen.
No clue-as- to How the cars were
. toleu, and authorities (JQ not know
whether it* is a. band of local thieves j
or whether it is an organized ganu,
from .other places.
Meet Friday Niuhl
The t'hrisfian federations'will hold
their regular- meeting Friilay night
id S o'clock at the Methodist church.
Kvery. member is urged P'> attend.
RKV. MR. CAMPBELL \T
it AITIST oil in ii \\ I:|>M:SD
liev. Mr. Campb dl, pasfor of the
Scotland Ne'ck I'apiist church,- will
•conduct the prayer meeting services at
the Memorial Baptist church tomor
row evening. .You, are oordiislly in
vited to attend.
.i.i j.ixipcr to speak qt a sweet lady
■.!>> ol a sweet Itortei. F IJ.MII to slay
i in tin! sloie a good deal ami watch the
'j custoTneys coming a tit} going, and
I L In, Ml .ml )imi .yiaiiiliallii i lal.k about
iTthe goods ami their prices. I would
J I ki wise often take my seat In the
i door lo watch foi witches as they
.| passed along the .-.troeii;.
' | . We village urchins could tell a witcll
la. tar as we "could see one, as we
. thought. V\ lien iliey came to town,,
they always appeared in the .form of
' little old women, with bright scarlet
' cloaks and hoods drawn over the head
1 . A as nearly to conceal the face. If
1 they were very much bent with age,
and shalung a little wit/i palsy, so
much the'diet tei. They generally sup-'
ported themselves each with a long
staff, which they held, in the hand, a
little above the middle. Their skin,.
1 where it could be seen, was like old
' parchment; their eyes black and rost
' less. They came to town, as they
said, to buy a little tea, chocolate, to
bacco, or snuff; but this was all a pre
' t text, as we thought. They were al
ways really bent on mischief of some
kind On seeing one of thftiw ap
proaching us, we children would dart
I lo- so ipany partridges and w,'t'•
them from around the corners. He
* -wnrrpntniTft trl" 1 flngrr at nTre tif •ftf'Pm,
J or iu any way offended her, was a
I doomed boy! Perhaps in less Jhan a
I week he would be attacked by some
strange disease that no doctor in the
world could cure. These were the ter
rible witches,j according to our belief,
that took men out of their beds at
nipht ami rode them to the places
whefe they held their dances, around
n tree -that had been struck by light-
I ning in some wild, desolate place.
Alas! that these poor old women
should have had so bad a name.
i•■ . ,
s (To be continued)
lomniUiiu', ■ !'.).• uic.) .'lit-. J bt>en
found, and. ev'eiy farmer of the
j-iuiimuiiity is ur u»h! »» U- 01 the
«■ 1.-rt .i. il clkk k vf).
>i fanns last *
year demoiistruci >1 Ix >i• 11i | r>iatl-
VejltUl'e tiiat tin*. ij&tge
■.!' i i!ciu:n ar.-rnat.' 'u. 'i:. *psTi«l.
"■"hamisnqifcty" —" iTfoire'.'iry "
standpoint, and that it would con
trol tiio pest,. Fa rmers arc "uracil
'i! make 'live iHH'e"ary prepare
lions to iiu-c .'in, emerwcy
Ui I K'll- OIH- iiv—a-l t.-,*— >I■ . I H'ci ■
lO WCCViI iltfl'Slaiioll. • time
is here and no time can" Ilost.
- Scotland Nock t"nmtuon wi;al'h.
| Champ 1 lie r|
JO# Mad- WM-OXI), 42, —®F—€JO
|ilet, Minn., will defend his titU' |
.is champion log-roller in the World
Tournament at Washburn, Wis.,
August 11 to 1(1 He is of Indian
extraction. He won th;■ title at
Fau Claire, Wis., last year.
Kive ]\i*ii harmed
With liuruiiiM I*ua(sl
Ml'.' I!. I >. \\ ilii , lost 'by Hit' two
"T.llis Irlly bouts, Mile running from
Meiuou iv Avucu .mil another inn
iiuitr i n in Kdciiton to liymouth. The
('lit'' ruirnlm; frum* Kde'ntoii to Aviiea
WHS burned Friday nie.bt and I lie one
running from Kdentoii to -I'lymouth
was burned Sunday.
Five men, wb» in • .-ttaiie.eis in Iv
deu'iin, are in jail e!iarx-d Avidi -the
firing of tlif boat running from
Fden'on .In I'iyi'nutjtli 'lljc warehouse
IVlongiiin to,-Mr. Willis was also liuni
i d Tin' line b"tw> cti IMVinoutli anil
I'.di'iiton had been estubli hed about
a month iinil was doing ii very good
biisiiic s. Il i understood lliat other,
boats will bp put to u c in a day. or
two to make tin- of these
tWii lines. ' .
ui; I N i it \tss t A i 1 S !•:
si.it,in HAM \CI: IO ( Uiicsi
I iioti report. 1,1" in v.i i.« u- part of j
-tiiti -I.um4._v, :In; *.,11u. huvuj
.. i—i.'i-mm*in + i nut . \Vhil'*'j
rim ilaniam jfak uti cull hliKat I'Vuii..,
i i Bf tueh niiturp thai \K «'itt have
;i -Hrrht »ffprt my grntiH: ■ _•
i. uti.i: M Mitn; 11: ivi: rnit
A laigfc number of WilliamslonV
; rung people left yesterday foi*i
l.ouisbuin wligri; they will attend an l
l.pwortli i.i i-f in", Tli • meet -1
ing will mill Sitiurday.
run A t in. \ MI 1:1 IN(J
The I'iiilatlira* ciun.t of Iho Memor
ial liuptist church will meet with Mrs.
J joe l'ei|iler, Friday night July J, at
t-igiit o'clock. ou isit! cordially invii
i'il to attend.- Mtfrgarfct Kverett,,'Cor
it-j ponding secretary. -
and against Mrs. Lena Caswell, chargl
i:ig llieia with nil Uiaault W illi a dead-j
Mra. J. I). VVtoolard left*-this morn-u
iitg for Norfolk, whele hh« "#ill yisit
her nister, Mis. McNumaru for a
t m.UUi Ml TIHi^MJVKNT
Ifev. (Tarunce (). I'ardo, Rector
Kour;h SunUity after Trinity—July
5, >1925. • ,
!t:4f>, Church School, IJ. M. Stubbs
10:00, Advent lljbie Class, Hon.
f'layiori Mnore teacher.
11:00, Midyear Service; Hfily Com
munion and Sermon. Every communi
cant is urged to make this service
cne of-npfcinl obligation.
8:80, Holy Trinity Mission.
8:00, Evening Prayer and Sermon.
The entire service in charge of the
Young People's Service league.
I. 11 1 . ' ' "'■IIW
ADVERTISERS WILL FIND OUI
COLUMNS A LATCHKEY TO 1«M
HOMES OF MARTIN COUKTI
INCREASE IN COST
DOES NOT AFFECT
WORK OF CUPID
Hard times, unfavorable condition*,
womttn .s rtjfhts, increase in price of
licenses have had little or no effect «
on (,'upld's work when the number of
marriage license for June are com
pared with the number of June a
j car ago. -While there was a 40 per
cent decrease among the colored the '
whites held their own. The number ig
ued •to white couples in June, 1924
was and the sarne for this
..muuih. While there were five licensee
issued to colored couples June 1926,
I ere were only three this June.
Jhe price of marriage licenses
has not been raised, to
"data, so as to affect the whites, but,
4u iiui own estimation, the raise has
* ! >ii)e'hint? to do with the decrease in
lie number among the colored. While
thi- increase may have interferred, it
! w -not. |uite enough to prove pro
| i'iliitlve to eU-vtjo couples this month.
Where the State* once made one dollar,
1 m the form of a marriage tax, on
each marriage, it now makes three, J
- enriinir the price from three dollars
to live. I'his change became effective
Mm first of June 1925. 4
The* number of licences issued by
Kpk ter Deeds, J. Sam Getsinger,
during June is as follows:
Sam Ferry H6-Pennie Williams, 16,
Martin county; Joshua D. Grifflft, 26-
11 i" c Green, is. Martin county;
Theodore R. Dixon, 26 Ieona Elks, 18,
Grimesland, Pitt county; Dewey Ros
coe Kdniondson, 2iM aggie Beatrice
lame.-,, 21. Ilassells, Martin county;
Km Manning, .">ll Mamie Woolard, 30,
Uol)cisonville, Martin county; Harvey
! 11. Dixon, 22 l.aura Plummer Stan
| I'il. Ifi. Washington, Beaufort county;
I \ I' Cherry. 48 Fannie Forbes, 81,
| Miirtin county; Arthur R. Johnson, 28,
I illie I!. Price, 23, Robersonville,
Richard Bowen, 22 Mary Frances
j Williams, pt, Martin county; John
Shaver, 21 l.uoile G. Hoi ley, 18, Merry
Hill, Bertie county: Lloyd Williams,
|2l Minnie Williams, 18., Oak .City,
Four ( uses Before
Jirdtfe Smith Today
Kecoialftr's court today only had
two diunks aiul two fights to come
up tor trial. The two drunks were in
cases where automobiles were driven
deriiig the period of intoxication and
in one case a smash up was caused by
d One of the fights occured when a
c v l red woman whipped a neighbor's
child anil the father of the child in
tin n beat the woman with a whip.
"Job it Edwards/ charged with driving
; utoinobile while drunk, pleaded not
guilty to the charge. Upon request
the case was continued ' until next
Tuesday with Edwards under a S2OO
f'tate vs I. ilia Stowe, assault. De
llaid found guilty of simple aa- j
.sault. Judgment suspended upon pay
ment of -cost by defendant.
Tom Moore -plead guilty to the
(hnri'e of assault with deadly wea
pon ami wa.-f fined S2O. and costs.
\hh IColjersoii, charged with driv
iioi *aji •vtitoiiiohile while drunk, plead :
i tit guilty to the charge. He was ad- |
Jin id i 'idt\ by the Court and was
tiLj.hn roads for
rrf-e- mouth, -hts term beginningtl*^
fust Tuesday in November ».
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I V,SI DAY FOR CARS
WITHOUT LICENSE TAGS
Today is the lar.t day for those cars
that have no license attached to them.
Vve. just imaginr that a goodly nun-
Ici will go under shelter for a few
Messrs. Ilea and N. R. Manning
were visitors l\ere yesterday.
Mr. .and Mrs. Harry Fagan and lit
tle daughter of Raleigh visited Mrs.
Pagan's uncle, Mr. M. D. Wilson and
Mrs. Wilson during the week end.
Miv W. M. Thurman of Roisville,
arrived yesterday to accept
r. position with Nassef Manufacturing j
Misses Biddie Massed, Myrt Wynn j
and Bryant Carstarphen and Fred- j
erick Hoyt will attend the show in 1
Windsor tonight. , . L | , tr^j
Misses Elizifbeth Perry and Anne »
Nowell of Windsor, and Cedric Leary
of Ahoskie were here yesterday.
Messrs. Julian Harrjll and
E. Harrell and John Arfred Phi)pa*»
visited the scor.e of th* wreck nwl
Tarboro Sunday evening.
Messrs. Boyd Hight and l4rtMpi&
Britt motored te Greenville
Mr. *»nd Mrs. Fred Dunstajia
Windsor were here this morula®.