FIDAT, Jon 14,1901.
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the first-page of this
paper your snbscription lies
expired and you are requested
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Bsm Doors at Eli Gurgaaas.
WANTED—Several loads of pine
Wood The Enterprise.
FOR SALE One Buckeye
Mower aad Rake. Good as lie sr.
Call oa Ell Gurgaaas.
LOOT—A Saudi Silver Watch,
Movements. Finder will
phase leave it at this office and r«>
can reward. tf
The ladies or the Episcopal
eharehwill five an icecream snp
per at Msssnk Hall one night asst
▲ surgical operation is not nscss
■l7 to cure piles. OsWitt's Witch
Haasl Bslvo ssres all that expeose
aad never fails. Bswars of counter
fails. C- D. Garetsrphea.
nu LAST KBXICAH BOLDiaa OF
nut COtJBTY QtiRK:
Baaday erening rapt Siuion Ferry
Mod at his hoiae near Jsmesville
Bo had baoa a sufferer ot paralysis
for nearly two years and died at
the tips old age of 77, capt Perry
served opder Gen Taylor iu the
Be was the last survivor ol the
Mexican Soldiers in Martin countv
Bo ako served ia the civil war in
the Seveuteeutli Regimeut N c Vol
nateers Be was a quiet aud good
citiseo, for several years be bad
been a member of tbe Primitive
Baptist eh arch He loaves two sons
eae living" ia Washington oouuty
aad the other at the old homestead
The mettiag at the Court house
last Monday night was called to
enter by Mr W 0 Lamb aad Iter B K
Masoa waa elected Chairman and
A E Whitvore Secretary. Mr J W
Aadeisoe stated to tbe assembly
•by the mooting bad lieeu called,
aad, Mr w G Lamb then stated tbe
proposition of Mr Jno D Biggs in
regard to sailing tbe Academy prop
«rty The iwoposition wu, that be
woold take 914)00,(10 for building
me, two, three and four years; and
world subscribe pOO 00 of this him
The 91,000,00 was divided into
IP "harts of S3O 00 each and these
wees sold ia a short lime
A great deal ol interest was mau
itested throughout the meeting;
eadi question presented was freely
sad fully diaeassed; aad a sense of
Plot wileoa in u~«bort, hut clear
address, slated tbe needs of the
lowa in school muttera,add ths way
toaaeet them at this time. • >
A committee was appointed to
wait on Prof, wilaoo and ascertain
tf ho coo Id cooaider a proposition to
coadaet the Academy another year,
hat na yet asthing can bs learned
ia regard to thia
[The sail meeting to eight (Tburs
day) sifl bs toolatefor unto get the
proceedings ia this iosae.]—Ed
Mr. J. w. Mayo, of Grimsalsnd
and Miss Jesie Smlthwick, of qeaf
were married ?edqes
daT morning at the boms of the
Mr. Norman Gordon and Miss
Battie Baaghtou were msrried in
waahiagtoa Wednesday. Mr. W. G-
Lamb, Jr. attended the wedding.
Mr. Jan. L. Hassell and Miss
Blanc's Bardea were married si
plTgpMth Wetl'newlay morning
aad left immediately for tbe Bad-
Mr. aad Mrs Esai Bar
isaghs ssn ssartiod ia Etisabsth
city Wsdassdar atoraiag aud loft
i 1 l itslj for Norfolk, whore they
task the O D Btearner to New York
aad theaesto Paa American Ex mob;
M t*r*H qgrmU, ««btn for
peel wwh s«kr aer -siw
lie j rntl ■ nta lUMlriim Ma «•
tspM okl caUbltehcd
Huml. f»f— >■! position. liberal
Hiinmism. Hem, brilliant liao. WiSr
w 8 Rhodes waa is town Sas
. Mrs. JB. cherry, of Hamilton,
was ia ton Baaday.
Miss -Horn Fowdea is viaiting
> Irieadsln Washiagtoa.
I W. & Hsrris spent Sanday at hia
, home near Tarboro.
| J. N. Oowaa, of Conetoe, apeat
Snndny night ia towa.
Mias Flanagin, of Greenville, ia
visiting Mrs. J. W. Watts.
Mias Lola Btatoa is yery i!t at
her home, Kelviu Grove.
KevG O Guthrie, ol Raleigh,
came ia Wednesday evening.
Mrs Marion cobb, of Mildred, is
visiting her brother J P Simpson
Mrs. E. M, Gordy, returned to her
homo in Bobgood TOesdny morning,
Mias Sop hie Shelburn, of Green-
I vilie, is visiting Mrs. W. H. Craw
Kev. Mr. Wiagate 1 ire ached ia the
Episcopal charch Baaday morning
1 and night.
Jesse Ta\lor,Express manager of
tbe Southern Expresa co, epent
Sunday iu town.
Mrs. J. W. Smallwood, of Wash
ington, is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. a B. Biggs.
Chas. Haasell retomed from Tar
Boro Friday where be had
been nttendiug school.
L H. Harrison aad Mc. G Taylor
left Tuesday morning for tbe Pau-
Mr. and lira. C. K. Alley, of
Washington City, ore viaiting Mra.
Alley's qiother, Mra. T. J. Latham.
Mr. and lira. Jaaiea Andrews, of
Robersonville, spent Bunday visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. W. H. crawfoid.
Martia Carstarpben, of Tarboro,
spent Sunday in town visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Car
Messrs L. B. Harrison, M\ G.
Taylor, and Hsnry Taylor, left tbe
first ot the week for Pan-American
J. E. Greet, of Wiotervilie, was
in town Inst Friday aud called at
Tbe Enterprise office to renew bis
Miss Lnvenja Peel left Wednes
day morning for .Toronto, Canada,
where she will apoad the summer
visiting Miss Hstrie Adams.
Among those who went to Ply-'
mouth to attend tbe Barden-Ilaaaell
weddiug Wednesday morning, were:
Misses Ida Ilassell and Alys V.
Lutx, Messrs. K. B. craw lord, A.
ilassell, l>ennisS. Biggs,c. B. God
win and W. H. Biggs.
Mr J G Barshill, spent Suhday in
our city. ' •'
Mrs M R Peal is the guest of
Mrs Ettie Taylor.
Miss Adah L UarJy left last week
to visit Now Berne
Mr Mayo Beeves spent Sunday
at bis home near Hamilton.
MISS Lola Jonee of Jameaville la
tbe guest of Miss Neva Ilassell.
Messrs. J. c. Roberaou and R.
L. Smith spent Monday is Williams
Messrs R. L Smith A C> have
bought oat the firm of S ti Taylor
Mr J L Peal baa accepted a position
as saleemaa with G D A J 0
Miss Sallie Grimes spent Tuesday
night in Hveretts, at the home of
Dr. R. J. Nelsea. ~
Mm L T Smallwood returned Sat
nrday night )fe are glad to bays
her back with qs again
Mr. Guy Trippe left last week to
visit New fork. East Prince ton
Mass. and other points.
Misses Sophie Motoo snd Annie
Porvis left Wednesday to visit
friends and relatives in Hamilton
Mr calvin Smith spent Sunday
near Statens He must hare heard
god news 4s he came tpa* oil
• T H Grimes has moved tbe Pest
Office in bu new bailding wo are
all glad to have tha. post office 00
Main Street again
Miss Mary Simmon Jonen 0 f
Raleigh spent Sunday uight with
Misses Sallisand Alice Grimes She
left Monday morning for Washing
tea to visit bar gnaad smthsr Mia
~ Avoid eccentricities U note paper.
Plain white unrated paper, of med
ium aint or delicate gray or very
pale blue paper, may be used bv a
lady, but anything startling or bix
nrre violates good " form.—June
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Ttfl-ifr * rfaill'. - •. • - .
Mr. John olomsn, of Tarboro, waa
- was here Saturday. j
Miss MitUo ooffiehl aad her
, friend.Miss Lewis were in town
t Misa Inra Gray aad Ruth Mat*
then a returned from Bootlond Neck
Miasea Sallie aad Annn Salsbury
t went to Botbel Monday aad 10
1 Mioses Mary Baker, Lillie Sher
rod and VießarnhiU rotornod from
t school last week.
Henry Clark, of Scotland Neck
, has come home for a few days*
every one was glad to see him.
1 Mrs. Jenkins, of Edgeeooib, snd
Mrs. Dieksou, of Farmville, who
have been visiting Mrs. B. L. LoogJ
r returned home Tuesday.
'. The ice cream supper last Wed
nesdsy for beuefit of ths baas ball
team was a success, tbe sum of
( twenty-eight dollais being realised.
( Mr. 8. D. Mattbew*,wbo makes a
successor everything be handles,
j, mnde his.tyrst shipment po
tstoe* this'aeek, and ihey werv fine
The ladies of Ihe Missionary
lliipt ot fiiiircii will hold au Ice
' sicaiu festival Wcduesday uight tor
the benefit of 1 heir elinich. We
wish tlieiu much kirix'sk.
The ladies of the Epi.v: «p*l cbuioh
have o(i«ued an ice cre.uu parlor
' next door to U. 11. dheriod's where
every Saturday evening duiiugtbe
Summer they will have the nicest
r of cream for ssle. It is for a wort by
, object, ami a cordial imitation is
, extended to all who may visit our
I- town on Saturdays.
Dr. Justice who has located her*
for tbe practice of medicine, went
up in tbe Western part of the State
i 'or bis family last week. He re~
turned ou Thursday night nccota*
paiued by bis wtfo aud child. Dr.
Justicolias made a fine impression
| ou our iwople.
Play ball Williamston.
' emy for tbs last session came home
N. C. Ilines drove up te Hobgood
Peyton Anthony oTScjllaud Neck
r spent Sunday iu town.
Mias Susie Wbiteburst ia visit*
• iug some of her Botl.el friends.
I Miss Addie crisp was here last
; wo'k viaitiug Hiaa Gattie council. .
Miss Charity Ooiincil, who has
' lieeu attending Williamston Aoad
Ben Cas|ier visited Gold Poiut
Hamilton and Robersonville Tburs*
| Mrs. Jno. L Illnes aud children
1 went op to Scotlaud Neck Satuiday
and returned Monday.
r Miss Snsie White, of Hobgood,
was hero last Thursday and Friday
: viaiting at Jno. L. nines.'
Newberce Wbiteburst is home
from Oak Ridge where be has bees
attending tbe Oak Ridge luatituto.
1 Quite a large crowd attended the
Young People'x Prayer Meeting
Sunday night. We are glad to learn
1 thnt the oongn-gaii in is inctoasiiig.
Dave M >ire w«-ut d iwn to Bethel
Sunday, lit' att- ide-t u« com■
ineiit-enient and ioiiiru"d Wed ier
la v "
Gordon Barnlnil was in our town
' a few days ayo, and Imhu liern went
to Wilmington to keep iKMki lor a
bote). Gordon saya he will nerve
hia last term at Oak Ridge next
Edward Cquqcil haa returned
home froiq Chapel Hill. 1-alwaid
aeems to like (Miapel Hill very
1 well. He says they use Kerosene
oil and lamp black there instead of
News was reeeived here Saturday
; night that an engiue on Ibe Weldon
and Kioaton Branch rood at Greeu
ville, had been thrown from the
track, the only one hnrt was Epgi c
Smith, anU he not seriously.
W. K. Hurst and bis little son, ]
Willie, boarded the train for Ay den j
Monday morning. Willie has im j
proved very much for tbe past few j
weeks, but yet be is very fee hie. j
About three swaths ago the Daetor j
said it was a very poor ebsaes for ]
1 him to live, and maay others aide j
the remark that Willie wouM
live to Jeave b,U I*4. Rqt" pts ah
ways What tho Lord wishes a boat
auch things. Willie has suffered a
giant deal during Ms ttiasss, and
we srs glad to hear of his reoovery^
Job Printing is oar specialty.
KmM Dytpeatla Cmr#
Why not give yourself a surprise to-day and come
; and select a becoming suit,hat or negligee shirt, neck*
wear, fancy hose, collars, cuff*, etc.? You'll find at
trractive stykfr and reasonable prices hero and the
> best of attention—it's the price that brings the people
• —and satisfaction brings them back, tnat's the key*
; note of this business. The word value never had a
more generous meaning than in the splendid line of
I at $lO
' Hats from 50c to $2.50 Fancy Hose ifc to 60c
Negligee Shirts 50c to $1.50.
Stop mid Tliink
The best of Clothing, Hats and Men's Furnighings at
SLADE. ANDERSON &CO.'S
Agentn for America'* Lending Tailor*. 'Pliono 25.
THE NOME BOLD CURE.
An lapatlas Treatment by which rink
irds art Bsing Cured Daily in
Splta of Tkaass'Tis
V ) NOXIOUS DOSES. KG WFAKF.NIKC OK
Till NERVES. A PI.FASANT ASD
IOMTIVE CURE FOR THE
It is now generally known and
understood that Drunkenness is a
disease and not weakness A body
filled with poison,and nerves.com
pletely shattered by periodical or
constant useof intpxipting lienors,
requires an an idotc capable ol neu
tralizing and eradicating thin poison
and destroying the craving for in
toxicants. Suflciers may now cure
themselves at home without pub
licity or los of busi nes*
by this wonderful "IIO,ME GOLD
CURE'' which has been perfect d
after many years of close study and
treatment of inebriates. The faithful
use according to directions of this
wonderful discovery is positively
guaranteed to cure the most ob
stinate case, no matter how hard a
drinker. Our records show the mar
velous transformation of thousands
of Drunkards into sober,industrious
and upright men.
WIVES CURE YOUR HUS
BANDS! CHILDREN CURE YOUR
FATHERS 11 This remedy is in no
a nostrum but is a specific
for this dissasc only,and is so skill
fully devised and prepared that it is
thoroughly souble and plcasaat to
the taste, so that it car. be given in
a cup of tea or coflec without flic
knowledge of the person taking it.
Thousands of Drunkards have cured
themselves with this priceless rem
edy, and aa many more have been
cured and mad- temperate men by
Having the "CUKK" administered
by loving friends and r.datives
without their k ow'edgc in coffee
or tea, and tnlieve tod.iy that they
discontinued drinking on their own
free will. DO NOT \V.\l P. Po not
be deluded by apparent and mis
leading ' improvement.'" Drive out
the dis ase at tice and for all time
The "HOME GOLD CI'RE" i» sold
at t e extremely low price ot One
Dollar, thui Placing within tlu
reach of tverybod y a tu utment
more effectual tha-.t o;htrs costing
i»5 to 1 50. Full directions acorn-]
pai y each package. Special advice
by skilled physicians w hen request
ed without extra charge. Bent pre
paid to any part of the worll on re
ceipt ot One Dollar Address Dept
C 491, EDWIN B. GILKS A Co,
»3jo and 1331 Market S ie«.t, l'i it
adelphifc ■ „■ —— ■
All correspondence strict'y con
WEDDING PRESENTS! I
! MI.VERWARK.CfTCI.ASS. CI/KKS, | ;
JPINE CHINA WARE. . 1 ;
The* arc Ike •pprrcUted (IIU thai ! ,
; CMUM Krvtee with a rich. Ree4eeee I !
As ifstl OMMitlv BMAJ
BELL The Jeweler, i
TARBORO, N. C. !
-.y~ 1 x J-•mmm* 1 1 » =
Eczema, Baltrhenm, tetter, eha£ng,
ivy poisoningaad all skin tortnre*
art quickly corad by Da Witt's Witch
Basel Bslvt. The certain pils care.
0. D, Caritarph an.
W. H. BIGGS,
fnvitea you toaiil
and inspect his
3f)priqg \ and -f §urr|merE:
N'gS ß ' Drug Store.
QEO. W. NEWELL,
W ILI.I AMSTOX, N. C.
Bpeclnl Attention given to exam
ining end making title for purchaser*
of Umber and Umber lauds."
JjR JOUN D. uioas,
' Honr. 9A. M. to 12 M : 2 P.M.
to 6 P, M.
« Office on Smithwick Street North
' . Wn.MAMSTON, N.C
IS THE SKA SON FOR
, —and cleaning up.—>
I have 011 hand a largo sup
ply of the celebrated Is/
Krand Paint in all colors.
If you wish to save money on
Paint, call in and let me tell
* you how to do it.
1 also have a nice assortment of
MUKALO OR WALL FINISH
in all the latest shades. Put
up in 5 pound packages
—Ready For Use-
of the celebrated
Acme and Snow flake
They give satisfaction.
It EM KM BEN Tarn headquar
ters for anything usually kept
In an up-to-date store of
Yours to please,
ELI ♦ GCRGANES.
"A few months ago, food which I
at* for breakfast would not remain
on my stomach for half an hour. I
ttaed one bottle ol your Kodol Dyspep
aia Core and can now sat my break
fast and other meals with a relish and
my food is thoroughly dlgssted.Noth
inf equals Rodol dyspepsia Cure for
■tomaoh troubles. H. 8. Pitts, Arling
ton, Tex- Kedol Dyspepsia Oars dU
gists what JOB sat. €.D .Oarstaxphen.
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DENNIS SIMMONS, Pre*. T. W. TIICHMAK.Ccn. Managtr. JOUN D. DICCS.Scc. ft Trot
DENNIS SIMMONS LUMBER CO.
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" . T ' ... . f- J-i.-.-u i '; 4 ...
FRRUA DRIED NOLLTH CAROLINA PINE LUMBER
AND DENNIS SIMMONS BRAND CYPRESS SHINGLES.
and Correspondent Solicited.
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COUNTYAND CITY DEPOSITORY. >CAPITAL $ 5,000,.00
BANK OF MARTIN COUNTY,
t J. G. GODARD, CASHIER.
Raport ot thj condition of the Bank at the cloia of Business, April
H th, 1901:
RKSOI'RCKS. I I.IAUIU'rIHS. ,
I.oann «ND dltcoiinti JN.ATT^ 1 , Capital Stock FC.000.00
■ Overdraft. T Undivided Prolilj $747« i
United ttntcfl Bond* tvw CM Certificate* of Dcpoffit* J-1.t00.00
Furniture and Ftaturea Dapo.lt* subject to check J17.9a5.1a
T Due from llank* P'.lA' 14 «——
Cart Item. IW.II' TOT A I « * # J. 7HS
Silver Coin,lncluding all minor'coiii C'y 14.57 A.71
TOT AI, 1 $»5.775-L3
I I, J. G. Go.lard Cash'er of Bank of Martin County, do soleinly swtjAr
(ora(Hrni) (hat the abovj statement is true, to the best ofjny knowlef;e
: and belief. , J. G. GODARD, Caslner
State of North Carolina -County of Martin.
'Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 13th day of May 1901*
W. E. SrUBBS N. P.
' Wheeler Martin. Dennis 3. Uigga
MARTIN & BIGGS,
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'PHONES:—Office :J3; Factory 4G..
\ 1 - LADIES.
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A man is known by the eompauy ho keeps.
' 4* ' '
A woman's figure is shown by she,
wears. ' _ ' .. .
for bsiiuty, Empirefor case." "7" m , ■
* _J Call and see our line.
We also have a nice line of Gent's Straw Hats,
N S PEEL & CO «
I am now i*4»ii«ly to
Hupitly tl»o trade with
1 CULTIVATORS 1 " 1
\ GAHTS AND WAGONS
MADE - TO - ORDEBL V-
ROBERTA I WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD
TO PRODUCE THE EQUAL OF
ROBERTS' CHILLTONIC FORCHILLS.FEVERS,
Night Sweats and Grippe, and
mamili; IB a " f° rms of Malaria.
iSIUUUiiUS DON'T WAIT TO DIEI
SPEND 25 CENTS AND BE CURED I
None genuine unless WOODERFUL CURES MIKE ROBERTS' TOKIC FMOUS I
Red Cross is on label TRY IT. #NO CURE NO PAY. 9 25c. PER BOTLLE.
Don't TAKE a Sub.titute —»>»»> DELIGHTFUL TO TAKE. WCCMW
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