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In The Enterprise
Forty Years Ago
MARCH 14. 190J.
Sheriff Crawford has moved to
The painters in town have about
all they can do.
Several new families have moved
to town recently.
Court convenes Monday, Judge
Henry R. Bryan presiding
The Handle factory has been shut
down all the week on account of the
Mr. James Leggett will er?*ct a
building on his lot on Smithwick
Street this Spring.
Mr. Eli Gurganus is having a nice
brick pavement laid in front of his
buildings on Main Street.
The brick for the new Bank build
ing is being put on the lot. Work on
same will begin next week.
J A Mirell and Cotnpany are hav
ing their saloon renovated, and it
will, when completed, be a place of
The Merchant Protective Associa
tion. of Tarboro. proposes to aid in
re-establishing a tobacco market for
The work on the tobacco ware
houses is progressing rapidly. We
are informed that they will fce com
pleted by June 1st.
Mr. John D Simpson has bought
the "Bagley Property" .on Main St.
and will begin improving the prop
erty at once.
Mr. A. C. Jones has sold his home
in New Town to the Williamston
Land and Improvement Co.. and pur
chased a lot of them on which he will
build in the near future.
Mr M A Griffin, of Spring Hope,
was in town one day last week
While here he made a contract with
Mi T S. Hadley for one of his new
houses which he will build in the
The Editor has moved to New
Town where he has purchased a
dwelling. The property was former
ly owned by Mr A C. Jones, who
sold it a few days ago to the Wil
liamston Land and Improvement Co
The corner stone to the new stu
dents' building at the State Normal
and Industrial College will be laid
during the commencement exercises
in May. $10,000 have been raised, the
students of the college subscribing
Wesley Clomans. an idiotic Negro,
was killed near Gold Point last Wed
nesday by a-falling tree. The Negro
was a wanderer. He had several bro
thers who live near Gold Point and
they are not much better mentally
than was Wesley.
It Has been decided by the pro
moters of the Roanoke Island Cele
bration. to postpone the idea for at
least another year. This is due to the
fact that it has been found imprac
tical to secure an appropriation from
Congress during the session now
drawing to' (
7t% 6KA0I RtUiftAl SPQVTf /%, I
For Sugar Shortage
Fare to face with a tugir short
age, North Carolina farm families
would be wise to plant a sorghum
(patch this year, advises E. C. Blair,
(extension agronomist of N. C. State
Home needs should be supplied
| first, he said, but there may be some
j farmers who would like to derive
! cash money from the sale of their
Blair explained that the average
yield in North Carolina is 70 gal
lons per acre. However, under good
management, farmers have found it
easy to secure lOu gallons, and yiehfc
of more than 400 gallons are on rec
In general, the agronomist pointed
out, sorghum does well on any well
drained soil that is suitable for corn.
Sandy loams and clay loams of med
ium to high fertility give the high
est yields. Dark, heavy soils produde
darker syrup than light colored
Sorghum has shallow roots which
draw rather heavily on the top four
or five inches of soil. For this reason,
it is advisable to apply stable manure
or to grow a winter legume after the
Good fertilizers for sorghum are:
Coastal Plain, 400 pounds of a 4-8-6
per acre; Piedmont, 400 pounds of 1
4-10-4 per acre. Then apply 100
pounds of nitrate of soda or an equiv
alent amount of readily available ni
trogen from other sources when the
erpp is two feet high.
Varieties vary in the time requir
d for maturity. Recommended var
ieties for this section are; Sugar
Drip. Orange. Honey.
Planting should begin about May
idditum* !\otrd Around
Hmnv In Durham County
Poultry, swine, gardens, and cat
tle are to be seen around many
homes of Durham County this year
where there were none last year,
says J A Sutton, assistant farm
W Lee Person, of Rocky Mount,
who has moved the Enterprise build
ing from Main Street back to Smith
wick Street, wishes to inform per
sons in this section that are contem
plating having any moving of any
kind done, that they will save mon
ey by having same done while he is
Because of Court at his home in
Wilson, convening at the same time
as qurs here next week, Hon. C. C.
Daniels. Prosecuting Attorney for
this. Fourth District, will not at
| tend here, but will be represented
! by M W O. Howard, of Tarboro. We
regret that he cannot be present, but
feel sure that lie could not be bet
ter represented than by Mr. How
Misses Lizzie Burras, of James
| vilie, and Nellie Simpson, of Ever
j ?*lts, are visiting Mrs. George W.
Messrs. Battle and Huffines, of
Rocky Mount, were in town Tues
day and purchased Mr. J. L. Ewell's
Messrs G. I). Roberson and S. L.
Ross of Robersonvillc were in town
Mr H T. Stalling*.. of Jamesville,
j was in town yesterday.
Mr. John [) Simpson u-t.c in
M''- R T. White left for his home
in Mapleville Tuesday morning.
Miss Helen Mwre. of Washington,
N. C. will open a dancing school
here April 1st. Miss Moore is a beau
tiful dancer and will prove a com
petent and efficient instructor.
The leaders of the Williamston
Amateur Dramatic Troupe held their
meeting last night to assign charac
ters in .their new play, "Night Off."
The new bund is doing fine work
and m a short while will be open to
When your bMd fttiMi find nrrv
?>rt' jittery, get relief quickly, plea
tiiitly. with Capudine. Ai-ta fast t
cause it's liquid. Ueeonly as dlreefp
All iiru":"..- ? s 10c, 3Uc, 000.
AT JAMESVILLE 9 to 10 a. m.
At HARBISON'S MILL 10:30 to 12 m.
AT BEAR CRASS 1 to 3 p. m.
AT OAK CITY 9 to 11 a. m.
AT HAMILTON 11:30 a. ni. to 12 m.
AT GOLD POINT 1 to 2 p. m.
AT WILLIAMSTON I? 9 to 11 a. m.
AT EVERETTS 11:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.
At ROBERSONV1LLE Each Saturday, 3:30 to 5:30
Colored Hens, Leghorn Hens, Stags, Roosters
WE PAY TOP MARKET PRICES
PITT Poultry Co.
GREENVILLE, N. C.
BELK - TYLER'S
The larp'?l selection ever!
All tli?- new Ka*ter Myle*. AH
tlx- neu color*. By all meuu*,
we lliew tomorrow!
\tlrarti\c spring suits in worsteds, Iweedit ami Shet
land*. All the new ~|>fihit shades In select from. Make
your Kastcr complete with one of these attractive suits.
J 11*1 arrived! Tin- new Easter
styles are the greatest bargains
we have offered this season. All
new weaves, eolors and styles.
CHILDREN'S EASTER FROCKS
llii?lrr ?Adoruldt* Drowws'n for rurly
Spring wear. Attractive print*, sheers and xilksi to
froHh?AH sties in stork.
Another large shipment just
arrived for Easter! You must
see these lovely new hats to
morrow at BELK-TYLER'S.
98c-$ 1.48-$ 1.98
and all the
shades in fa
bric and kid
Patents. Calfskins. All the
wanted Easier colors. In
cluding high shades.
' Silk an<l Kavon IIiim' with aee
| talc lop and foot. All the new
1 i-prin^ color* for Kaater. Sale!
Full cut rayon pantiea.
tailored and lace trimmed.
Colora tearoae and white.
Now Tweeds. Herring
bones. Worsteds. All the
newest colors and styles. Se
lect his suit for Easter at
Full cul rayon satin slips.
Both tailored and lace trim
med. Color learose. All sizes
to select from.
Men's and Boys'
Pullons. zippers and but
ton styles. All new colors
Just arrived. A large se
lection of beautiful Easter
Ties. You'll find just the tie
to match your Easter suit.
SALE! MENS SHIRTS
Full ?-ul, fust color, fine
count Shirts in u lovely
selection of new Fuster put
terns. All nize* to select from.
BOYS* KASTER WASH SUITS
A lovely selection of hoys' wusli suits in ull want
'?'I color* ami materials. A full range of sizes from
3-8. Be sure to see these for Easter!
Sloppy Jo?s. Pullons and
button front*. All new col
ors and styles.
Gaberdines. Twills. Shet
lands and Flannels. All the
new flares and pleated
styles. All the new colors.
Shear. lacy ballataa. crap*
and chiffon blouaaa. Whlta
and colore. You ara aura to
find iuai the blouaa you hara
baan looking for.
SALE! EASTER SHOES
Dress and Sport SHOES
Kids, gabardines, calfs and patent
combinations in all the new styles
for spring. Complete line of ox
fords and dressy styles.
Attractive! dressy styles in kids,
gabardines and patents Including
whites and brown and white com
'Natural Bridge" Arch Shoes
Nationally known Natural Bridge
Shoea in a large asaortment of col
on and atylea. See theae before
you make your Eaater purchaae.
Oxford*, (trap* and aandala for
tha klddiaa In whlta, brown and
black and combination*.
Men, here is the latest in suits!
All the new weaves, and the
styles are the last word! Pay
cash and save on yottr Snit for
Easter. IT PAYS!
MEN'S DRESS SHOES
Blacks, Tans, Whites, White and Brown Combina
tions. In fart, a most complete selection of the new
est types for Easter wear.
$2.75 ? $3.85
WILLIAMSTON ggH - Xyld CORlpSny WILLIAMSTON