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The Enterprise Publishing Company
G. A. ROUSE. Editor and AiA, Mgr.
B. A. lOYNtR, Asso. Editor.
One Dollar tht year? In air*. km.
Entered in (he. Foil OI/lcc at Farm
ville, N. C., as second class mull matter.
FRIDAY, FEB. 26. 1915.
The use of the town's road
macninc and split-log drag a
little just at this time would
greatly improve the condition of
our streets, Some of which, due
to neglect, have becomc very
rough. This, it seems to uf,
could be done at a very small
coil and it would indeed greatly
benefit the travelling public as
well as pedestrians.
A bright eye, a smiting face
and a clean mind are more
precious than gold? and they
lead to its posessions. Wake up.
It is easy to own an auto
mobile these days. All you have
to do is to find a bushel of wheat
?nri mnko the exchange.
We repeat, every dollar kept
in this community enriches the
community just that much. Buy
Let every wheel turn? every
plow move ? every man work.
There's gold at the end of the
Gambling with money is like
juggling with your health.
Sooner or later you get a raw
Begin the study of diplomacy
in your own home, and the rest
of the lesions will come easy.
When a pretty girl smiles
every man in sight begins to
swell out his chest.
Tell yourself each day that you
are a success ? and you will be
one in time.
t To tell the truth is comend
able, but it often results in a
The dove of peace is having
a hard time finding a place to
By virtue of the power of sale
contained in a certain mortgage
executed and delivered by Doc.
Thigpenaod wife, Rom Thie
pcD, to Bertha Sutton on the 9th
day of Jaquary, 1915, which
mortgage was properly record
ed in the office of the Reenter
of Deeds of Pitt County ia Book
K-10, pace 435, the undersigned
will sejl for cosh at public auc
tion before the Courthouse door
in Greenville on Monday, March
8th, 1815, i he following des
cribed lot of land situate in the
County of Pitt and ia Farmville
Township: That bouw and lot
in the towa 61 Marlboro upon
which the said Doc, Thigpen
attTwife live, adjoining the
UnjNl of J. 1 Wain weight and
otbtn, said land sold to satisfy
MTh?8?5!bTy of February, 1*15
If you want it, g6 after it.
wou'l come to you.
Schedule of Passenger Trains)
' i Norfolk Southern
Ea# Bound Weil Bound |
12:39 a. m. 4:05 a. m.
9:06 a. m. 8:29 u. m.J
6:00 p. m. 6:00 p.m.]
9:06 A.M. 6.-00P, M.|
Eaft Carolina Railway.
North Bound South Bound
7.40 a. m. 1.40 p. m.
3.00 p. m. 6.40 p. m.
5.12 p.m. '*?
(Installment 15? the cod)
/"> CHAPTER LI.
?' The N?w Judith.
From sleep as from drugged atupor
Judith Trlno awakened. struggling
oack to consciousness like aoma ex
haunted dlTer from the black depths
to the star-smitten surface of a night
And for a little ah* lay unatirring.
her half-numb wits funbllng with
their baalneaa of .renewing acquaint
ance with the world.
At Brit ahe could by no meana rec
ognize her aurroundlnga. Thla rude
chamber of rough flank walla and
primitive furnlahlnga; thla wide, hard
couch ahe aharcd with her itin alum
berlng alater, Roae; the view revealed
by an open window at the bedside;
a fair perspective of tree-clad moun
talna through which a wlde-boaomed
canyon rolled down to an emerald
plain, conveyed nothing to her Intel
A fonnleaa aense' or some epochal
change In the hablta and mental proc
eaaea of a young lifetime, added to
Who waa ahe heroelf, thla atrange
mature who reated hem ao calmly
by the aide of Roee? If ahe w?r?
Judith Trine, how came ahe to m
there? Irreconcilable oppoaltea in
every phaae of character, the alatera
had aedukmaly avoided aaaoclatlon
with each other ever alnoe childhood:
they had not ahared the abetter of
four walla overnight tlnce time ba
yond the bounda of Judlth'a memory.
What, then, had ao changed them both
that they ahould be found In each
What, Indeed, had become of the
wild thing, Judith Trine of yesterday?
Surely ahe had little enough In com
mon with thla Judith of today, in
whole heart waa no more room for
vnvy, hatred, mallca or any uncharlt
ableneaa, ao full Waa K of love which,
though It was focuaed upon the person
of one man. none the lesa embraced
all tLi world ? even her alater and
aucceaaful rival In that onf man'a af
Thla change bad not come upon her
without warning. She had been al
moat Insensibly aware of Ita advent
through the gradual eoftanlng of that
old Judlth'a haVd and vengeful nature
In the courae of the last few days.
But now that the revolution was ao
compllf hed, she hardly knew herself?
she htrdly t-new the world. Indeed,
ao differently did ahe regard It? not
without eomethlac of the wide-eyed
wonderment of a child to And all
things ao new aad strange and beauti
.ado tula wm the work of Lot*!
Now the chain of memories *u
qulto complete, no Unk' lacking In its
continuity. 8to recalled el early every
Incident that had marled tbs alow
growth of this gnat lore >be had i:r
Alan Law, from that flrat day. not yet
a month old, wheo ha had aaoaped the
flary deathtrap aha had eat for hint
and repaid bar oniy by rlaklng hie Ufa
anew to aare her from destruction,
down to this vary moraine when the
stream from a hyuraullo nocile had
aicept over the brink of a three hun
d red-foot precipice a crimson racing
automobile containing' two daaparate
men bent upon compassing the death
of her beloved.
By that act of shear self-defense
the drorld was richer for the loss of
two black-hearted blackguards, and
Alan law might sow be considered
sale from further perstcu tion ? stneo
there now remained not one eottl loyal |
enough to Banaoa Trine to prosecute
bis private war of vengeanoe against
Alan. And though that agad mono
maniac had means whereby he might
parctiasa .other acoundrala and oor
rupt than to Uas hideous pnrpoaaa,
Judith waa determined that he should
nover again 1?tw any opportunity so
to do. Though Ala*, aha kaaw, would
never lift Ma Uad to hinder her
father's freedom of action, aha. Judith,
meant to take etch etepa aa hla perse
cution called (or. tf there were any
Juatlca In the land? tf there wen any
aiM-jlata capable of qiacrtartnatlng bar
twaui Trlne's apparent canity and his
deep- rooted mania? than auraly not
Wi mora ahoald ifcea into hi*
lory wtthoat wtttMeatac W? consign
ment to an institution for the orfmt
She. Judith, would eaa U that, and'
"? ' ':'=g
tf?w recognisea u Uu> quarters ot the
tor? III at the hydraulic mining out
lit) and out Into the room adjoining.
ill than, pulllog the door to geally
behind bsr, aha paueed and for maty
missus stood la treses lroj>g contain
platlou ot the man she loved? Alan
law. asleep In * chair beside a table.
hl? head pillowed on hU folded arms
This wat leave- taking between then
?and ha would never know.
Par better eo; Judltb fait aha oould
not trust herself to say farewell to
blm without breaking down and con
f eating tba utter wretchedness that
threatened to overwhelm her each
tliae aha forced hereelf to face the
thought that thla parting muat he
Like a thief the stole acroas the
creaking floor to Altn'i aide, heel tiled,
bent her bead to his and touchcd her
llpa to his cheek ? a eareaa ao light
that ha alept on in Ignorance ot It.
Then, aa shs lifted ' her bead and
atood erect, bosom convulsed with
silent sobs, aha looked squarely into
the face of Rose.
The Old Adam.
A long minute elapse^ before cither
woman moved or epoke.
Transfixed beside Alan's chair,
steadying herself with a hand upon Its
back, Judltb stared at the figure In
the doorway, in a temper at once die
oomflted and defiant With this she
suffered a phase of Incredulity, was
scarce able to persuade hereelf that
thla was truly Rose who confronted
her? Roee whose sweet and gentle
nature had ever served aa the butt
-Of jBdlth'S ? wintemnt enit
Here was revolution with a venge
ance, when Rose threatened and
Judith eh rank!
It waa aa If the women had eg
changed natures while they slept
The countenance that Rose 'showed
her sister waa a tboQdercloud rent
by the In rid lightning of her angry
eyea. Her pose waa teoee and Hert,
Ilka the pode of an animal set to
spring. - In her hand hung a revolver,
the aame (Judith's band sought the
holster at her hip and found It empty)
that her sister had worn and for
gotten to remove when she dropped,
half-dead with fatigue, upoti the bed.
J?d slowly, toward Che end of that
long, mute mlr.&te, tho girl's grasp
tightened upon the grip of the weapon
and Its mtuale lifted. ?
Remarking this, a flash of her one
time tamper quickened Judith. Of a
andden, with a start, she crossed the
1 ^oor <n a single, nolaetosa stride, and
threw herself before her sister.
"Welir she demanded hotly. "What
are you waiting for? Nobody's stop
ping yon: why don't yon shoot r -
The upward movement of the hand
waa checked: the weapon hung level
to Judlth'a breast ? ai level and un
equivocal aa the glance that probed
her eyes and the tone of Rose's voice
as she demanded:
"What were you doing there?"
'If jao must know from me what
you already know on the ertdeace of
your eyea? 1 waa bidding good- by to
the man I love ? kissing him without
bis knowledge or consent before leav
ing him to yen tor good and all!"
"What do you meant"
"That rm going away? that I cant
stand thla situation any longer. Harro
phat and Jimmy are dead, my father's
helpless ? and I mean to see that ha
remains eo. Nothing, then, stands In
tfca way of your rasn-ylng Alan but
me. And such being, tka case? and
because he'a aa dear to ma a* ha la
to you? I'm going to take myself off
and keep out, of the way."
"For tear leet he find out that you
tor owm bacd rmther tfcu JnaitK*
But bcfor* h?r Incer found ttrength
to )ull tbe trlrt?r the nu it IU
p jh). aUrtlad from hi. ilMp to tka
No mutter how '
bwy the stort> WKf %
he our delivery ?y?
twnfr ilipitr to
' WWI^he hwvy de
. mantis Dude upon
Let us serve you ,
thing in thp furni
ture line. ,
\ib&? yt- ,? ? '?
NO matter how small or how large your
purchase may be here, you can depend
upon pormpt and safe delivery. :
'? ? , ' > . ?
We pride oar? Ives upon w delivery sytem.
mid h?ve perfected It to snch an extent that It Ig ,
almost impossible lor a single to jo astray:
Mn* the time set by you tordeMvery to carelnlly
regarded and followed utmost to the mingle.
JOYNER FURNITURE COMPANY
T. E. JOYNER, MGR. X X FARMVILLE, N. C.
matter that none ikouu m or
peet ml be moved to Interfere.
Round tli* shoulder of Ike moun
tain, on the road along the edge of the
cliff, the ?u tor* of freedom from
And rat. >uch la the inconeietancy
of (he human animal, the lretinct (or
aelf-preaervatlon waa stronger than
her purpose: when a touring car awung
round the mountain and shot toward
her, aha checked heraelf hattily and
lumped aaide In ample time to aacapa
being run down.
< The next InaUnt the machine waa
lurching to a halt and the aosoroua
aecontn of Seneca Trine ware Balutlnrf
"Judith! Tou bare! What tho darlll
Whero've ye been? Wherj are lfano
phat and Jimmy ?"
Dining the nail a of her Angara pain
fully Into her palm a, ahe breathed
deep, fighting down hyaterla, reaasert
lng her aclf-control In ad abort a apace
of time that her father, failed to tir
predate that there ,waa anything nn
cotr-mot) in the mind of the gilt -
"Where?" ha demanded angrily aa
aha approached the ear, "where, I
want to know, are Marrophat and Jim
my? Haven't yon Men or heard any
thing of them? They left me at ate
o'c'ock this morning, to go after?"
"Pead!" the girl Interrupted, aen
(cuuftnued oa page four)
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
Tfce OMSund.rH ctnrril ?trtoatteaUu took,
GKOVra TASTF.LKSS drill TONlCVlnrtt out
Ike Weea. MUnvtttqiM
A tree Tonic. For odeks ud ckMna. Ml
BUSINESS LOCALS ^
Let me have your .order lor
Che SpireHa corset.? Mrt1 E. M.
FORREN T.-Two Urge
room*, unfurnished, for light
house-keeping, or as bed rooms
furnished or unfurnished.? Afc
ply al Enterprise office. J.f -1
NOTICE! Ail parsons? meat
women or children? are hereby
forbidden to enter our Ware
house on Sunday without per
mission.? Monk, Horton & Bel
cher. props., New Farmville
Warei;puse. . ?
EOb. SALE? Soja beans, L. A.
Mewborn, Farmville, N. C. 29-3t
For cabbage plants apply to C.
L. Moore, Farmville, N, C.
Prices right. 2 54*
Choice Black Minoroco Eggs,
for aol? at BOci per setting of 15. 1
-W. t Dupree; Walstonburg, '
N. C. " '%'? 'I
ForSalel? Few more choice
Poland China Pigs. Pricb J18.00
pair, or $10,00 each.? W. J.- Dq
pre*, WaUonsbarg, N. C.
. \S YOU REVENTLY lay the flowers on the grave of
iwdw deported dear one oo Memorial day, let your thoughts
also dwell upon those still with you, depending upon you.
PERHAPS BEFORE LONG THEY WILL BE
PLACING FLOWERS ON YOUR GRAVE.
How Will You Leave Them?
Have you <kw* your share in providing for their needs
in case you are taken away? Have yo?' saved what you
could, to fall back on la the event of sickness or dfclress.
This bank offers you all the advantages of a
safe, reliable Institution. Start a Bank ac
"? couat today. Apd make up year rated to pot ,
a little away each week. The habit is a good
one, and wilj pay you well.
THE BANK OF FARMVILLE
Our line of Heavy and Fancy ia
now the freahetf to be kO and ia complete
in every way. We carry onty the b?ft and
can supply your every want.