|| FUDAT.SKPTKMBKE JO, 1905.
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lfr. Tosh Ray nor, who WM hart
la* wee* near Everetts, with a
K b«* ball bat i? rapidly improving.
—SOO mens and boys suits just
received at New York cost. C. D.
—Last week was the biggest in
the history of the Williamston to
bacco market and prices are high
| cat this season.
—Ladies dress goods the largest
line ever shown and cheapest at
C. D. Carstarphen.
—Dr. John D. Biggs left for
Raleigh Tuesday morning where
be goes to attend a meeting of the
Centtal Hospital, the first meeting
since his appointment. It called
to investigate the Nail case.
—Every one go to see Carstar
phens millinery opening Sept. 14
—TH* ENTKRPKISK appreciates
the written communication of Miss
Rnth R. Matthews, of Hamilton,
of her visit to the home of Thomas
Jefferson,' Monticello. It is well
Good advise to women. If you
want a beautiful complexion, clear
skin, blight eyes, red lips, good
health, take Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. There is nothing
like it. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
J. M. Wheeles & Co.. Roberson
ville, N. C.
—lnst ss we go to press Senator
Stubbs calls our attention to the
fact that there were three execu
tions in the State which were fixed
to take place yesterday and that
nature seems to be in sympathy.
Marshal, Raleigh and Kenansville.
FOR RENT: 15 horse farm for
rent. Entire farm, Utensials and
Team for rent from one to five
J. O. STATON.
Williamston, N. C.
—Prof. S. T. Liles came last
Monday and is making prepara
tions for the opening of the graded
school, the firm Monday in Octo
ber. Prof. Liles is s graduate ot
the University and has tought a
number of yeare in Virginia and
this State, his home is in Alamance
county. Prof. Liles is well pre
pared fcr the work before him and
has able corps of teachers to assist
him and the school this year should
mean much to the community.
. The most pleasant and positive
cure for indigestion, heartburn and
all stomach troubles is Ring's Dys
repsia Tablets. They aid diges
tion, tone and strengthen the
stomach. "Sold hy All Dealers."
—Mrs. B. S. Maultsby, of Mont
gotneay, Ala., is spending some
time with Mrs. William Slade. She
has two children the vounger one
being very sick. Mr. Maltsby was
in town a few days, but left last
Saturday for Montgomery, where
he is interested in the coal busi
ness. Mr. Maltsby grew up here
in this county and married a Wil
liamston girl Miss Bessie Rhodes
and his friends are glad to know
of his success in s distant stste.
Always Liberal to Churches.
Every church will be given a
liberal quantity of L. & M. paint.
Call for it.
4 gallons Langman & Martinez
L. & M. Paint mixed with three
gallons linseed oil, will paint a
W. B. Barr, Charleston, W. Va
writes. "Painted Prankenbnrg
block with L. &. M. stands out as
Wean and coven like gold.
Don't pay fi.so a gallon for lin
seed oil, which you do in ready-for
Buy o0 fresh from the barrel! at
60 cents per gallon and mix it with
L. A M.
It makes paint cost about $1.30
per gallon. Sold by 8. R. Biggs,
Williamston, N. C.
The price of diamond is still advan
£= ring but the pawnbrokers manage
to keep the taking-in price down
* to the minimum.
Are you lacking in strength and
vigor? Are you. weak? Are yon
in pain ? Do yon feel all run
down ? The blessing of health and
strength come to all who use Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
cents. J. M. Wheeles & Co., Rob-
MR. JAMBS BDWIH SALSBORY. 1
Diet la Norfolk of TyphoM After
u Illness ol One week.
Mr. James Edwin Salsbury, the
son of Mr. R. H. Salsbury, of Has
sets, died in Norfolk Saturday, the
ninth of September. He traveled
this section of the State the week
before his death going into Nor
folk. his headquarters and the
home of his business firm, on Sat
urday the second, he did his usual
work and went to his room com
plaining of being tired. Sunday
morning he was not rested but
feeling worse, a physician was
summoned and remained with him
Sunday and Monday until removed
to the Sarah Leigh hospital .on
Tuesday. His people were advis
ed of his condition when the illness
was thought to be Typhoid fever
stating they would be notified by
by telegram if Typhoid developed.
The family received a message
Thursday saying it was a case of
Malignant Typhoid and his brother
Mr. Walter Salsbury reached his
bedside on Friday. He immediate
ly telegraphed his father, who was
with his son iu the expiring mo
ments, which came a few minutes
after bis arrival, about a o'clock
in the afternoon. The dying man
did not not recognize his father
as he had recognized and talked
with his brother the day before.
The fever had developed and death
resulted in less than s week.
The body was taken to the Ol*-
iver Undertaking establishment
from which place it was taken to
the A. C. L. depot Sunday morn
ing accompanied by a number of
friends, the employees of Obern
dorfer Company and also bis Sun
day school class of the Free Mason
Street Baptist church acting as pall
bearers. The corpse was accom
panied to Hassells by father, broth
er and Mr. E. S. Beaman, of Nor
folk, a room-mate and fellow em
ployee, where it remained until
Monday afternoon, when it was
taken to Hamiltou. Where it was
interred in the cemetery at the
>ide of his mother the only grave
>a the family square. Services
#ere held in the Hamilton Baptist
qhurch being condected by Revs.
R. D. Carroll, of Williamston, M.
T. Lawrence, of Hamilton and W.
A. Ayers, of Elizabeth City, with
a brief interment seivice. The
pall bearers were: Mess. P. H.
Davenport, W. S. Rhodes, Robert
Baker, Edgar Long, E. S. Beaman
and P. L. Bond.
The grave was covered with
flowers arranged in beautiful de
igns. A Greek lyre shaped bo
quet by Obetndorfer Compang his
employers, one bearing "comrades'*
from tellow > employees and the
>oquet from Sunday school class
nates told of the high esteem in
which he was held by his friends
in the city of his short business
career. There were numerous
flowers from friends in Williamston,
Bethei, Hassells and Hamilton his
homes town thit showed the high
esteem of his friends at home.
James, as he was known by
friends and relatives, would have
been twenty-five years old the 29th
of November. He was the fourth
child of R. H. and Laura Salsbury
of this coanty. His mother died
in June 1899, the first and only
death in a family of twelve mem
bers, until the present. His father
is a prominent citizen, having for
a number of years been a member
and chairman of the Board of Mar
tin county commissioners, and a
successful business man, a farmer
and merchant at Hassells and hav
ing done business at Hamilton a
number of yeare. He leaves
four brothers, two of whom, Mess.
R. W. and P. L. Salsbury are busi
ness men in Hamilton, another,
Herbert at Hassellf while the
youngest is in school at home. He
leaves a stepmother, two sisters,
Mrs. W. A. Ayers, of Elizebeth
City, Miss Clara and three half
sisters, Misses Laura, Julia and
Louise Salsbury. The family is
an old and prominent one in our
county and has a large number of
relatives and friends.
James attended school at home
in Hassells and later the Hamilton
Academy, where his father had
moved to engage in business, his
teachers being Mr. M. T. Law
rence, of Hamilton, Prof. John
Duckett, of Raleigh, and Prof. W.
T. Allen, of Morgan ton. He was
diligent and manly as a student,
never receiving punishment or re
proof or known to do an unmanly
act. Being put-in business early
he received his practical training
there and aooa n>K to bold a good
positiou. At the end of the second
j y**r in the service of Oberndorfer
j Company be sold the next largest
amount of goods. James was vi
vacious, courteous, cordial in man
ner, loved a joke, always sustain
ing his position in any contest
and was good at the reproduction
of comedies. He was a member of
the Baptist church and a Christian
of the whole-souled, broad, deep
type, being oafarally an honest,
courageous, sympathetic character.
He was widely and well known.
His popularity is attested by the
universal sorrow expressed at the
loss of this robust and generous
Truly "in the midst of life we
are in death." Here is a young
man in the bloom of his manhood
plucked from a life of devotion to
doty and a successful career that
brings jov to the heart and cheer
to the countenance. "Man goes
torth in the garden to pi nek the
most beautiful flower but man ex
pects God in His infinite wisdom
and power to pluck the mo.e ma
ture and decaying." Sad is the
loss of such a life, but more consol
ing must it be when that life was
The original is always the best
-imitations are cheap. Bee's
Laxative Honey and Tar is the
original Laxative Cough Syrup.
It is diffeaent from all othere—it is
better than all others, because it
cures all coughs and colds and
leaves the system stronger than be
fore. The letter B in red is on
every package. "Sold by All
An Interested Visitor.
Miss Genevieve Ball, of Midway
Lancaster county Virginia, is visi
ting Mrs. Dennis S. Biggs. Lan
caster is Mrs. Biggs home county.
Miss Ball's father and ancestors
for generations, have been lawyers
iu Virginia and she has been inter
ested in examining Martin county
court records, courthouse, jail, etc.
She expressed great delight at the
lieauty of the courthouse and its
location and the neatnes and fine
condition of the records. She visi
ted the courtroom and went into a
cell of the jail 011 the second floor,
while beneath she walked around
the cage, which enclosed ten men
awaiting trial next week. Miss
Ball leaves Monday morning for
her home on the Rappahannock
River. The people of Williamston
will be glad to have her repeat the
All old time cough syrups were
designed to treat throat, lung and
bronchial affections without due
regard for the stomach and bowels,
hence most of them produce consti
pation. Bee's, the original Laxa
ative Honey and Tar, gently moves
the bowels and cures all coughs,
colds, croup, etc. Bee.s Laxative
Honey and Tar is the original Lax
ative Cough syrup . Look for the
letter B in red on every package.
"Sold by all Dealers-"
An Exciting Incident.
—Don't get excited over your
hat this season, there will be plen
ty and all of them will be "just
grand." We knew there were to
1* four inillinerv openings iu town
yesterday, but had not thought
about it until we passed a store
and heard an excited discussion
and saw rather nervous movements
and fearing lest a mouse had in
vaded the wrong territory we ad
vanced to offer our armor to the
enemy, when we learned, when we
could get attention enough to
learn anything, that it was a lady
with a hat on before the mirror.
It is fortunate the weather is a lit
tle cooling lest we all get excited
and the men get nervous from the
talk of hats just "back from Balti
more." Call on C. D. Car-tarpben
& Co. and Harrison Bros. & Co.
they have the most "just grand"
of the latest styles.
A OUARANTKED OUM FOR PILES
Itching, Blind, 'Bleeding or.Protruding
Pile*. Druggist* refund money if PAZO
OINTMKNT fail* to cure any cane, no
matter of how long standing, io 6to 14
day*. First application give* ease and
rest. 50c. If your druggist hasn't it
send 50c in stamp and it will be for
warded poet-paid by Pari* Medicine Co.,
St. Louis. Mo. 11-4 1 ya
Some one has recommended the
pianc as a cure for hysteria.
Another case of the "hair of the
dog beinr good for the bite."
Rheumatism, gout, backache,
acid poison, are results of kidney
trouble. Hollister's Rockv Moun
tain Tea goes directly to the seat
of the disease and cures when all
else fails. 35 cents. J. M. Whee
les & Co., Robersonville, N. C.
Mr. H. H. Hardison spent Wed
nesday in Pannele.
Mr. Irwin Coffield, of Everetts,
was in town yesterday.
i Mr. F. C. Hoyt, of Washington,
• spent Sunday night in town.
1 Mr. Elmer Wolfe, of Plymouth,
' was in town TaesJay afternoon.
Mr. A. D. Mi/ell spent Sunday
with bis parents near Jamesville.
Mr. Shepherd Bowers, of Scot
; land Neck, was in thecity Tuesday.
Mr. J. R. Ellison, of Suttolk,
Va., was in town Monday after
Mr. K. B. Crawford made a fly
ing trip to the city of Parmele Sat
Mr. H. J. Peele left for Trinity
School at Chocowitity Monday
Mess. W. W. Saslbury andC. A.
Fleming, of near Hassell, were in
Mrs. Lela Newetl left yesterday
for Mildred to visit her sister Mrs.
Mr. Clarence Riddick, of Scot
land Neck, was in town several
1 days this week.
Miss Daisy K. Walker, of Tar
boro, is visiting her bi other, Mr.
J. R. Walker on Main street.
Mrs. A. S. Coffield, of near
Everetts, is visiting Mrs. J. Paul
Simpson on Main street.
Mr. S. J. Kverett went to Ham
ilton Monday to be present at the
funeral of Mr. J. E. Salsbuiy.
Miss Minnie Sparks, of Balti
more, J. L. Hassell & Go's, milli
ner came in last Friday evening.
Mr. S. Rome Biggs, Jr. left this
morniuing for Savannah. He has
gone "back-back to Savauuah."
Mr. A. S. Terry left Wednesday
morning on a business trip to Bal
timore and other Northern cities
Misses Nolie York and Marv
Yarrell left yesterday morning for
Littleton Female College at Little
Rev Mr. R D. Cairoll went to
Hamilton Monday to conduct the
funeral services of Mr. J. E. Sals
Mr. Jesse S. Tucker is visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H
Tucker. He leaves tomorrow for
Mr. Sam Gurganus left Wed
nesday morning for Oxford, where
lie wjll attend Homer's Military
Mrs. J. Paul Simpson andj Mrs.
Lela Newell spent Wednesday at
he home of Hon. J B. Coffield
Mess. Lee Terry, James Leggett
and Sidney Mobley left Tuesday
morning for Trinity School at
Mr. C. D. Carstarphen recently
returned from Baltimore and North
ern cities, where he bought a full
line of fall goods.
Miss Laura Jones, of Seaford,
Del., the popular tniliner of C. D
Carstarphen & Co., arrived in the i
city Saturday evening.
MimOliva Elliott, of Baltimore,
is trimming hats for Harrison Bros.
St Co., Miss Elliott knows the lat
est styles and is an excellent lady.
Miss Henrietta Pcele came home
Saturday evening after spending
several weeks at Virginia Beach,
Norfolk, Petersburg and Rich
Mr. Dennis S. Biggs left Mon
day morning for Elm City in the
interest of the Dennis Simmons
Lumber Company, of which he is
Mr T. F. Harrison and Mrs. L.
B. Harrison have recently return
ed from Baltimore, where they
went to purchase fall goods and
Mr. C. E Davis, who lias been
spending some time with his family
here .who are visiting Mr. and Mrs
Wheeler Martin, left Monday morrv
ing for JCjTorfolk.
Mrs James B. Quartermus and
grandaughter, Mittie Walker, re
turned from Raleigh Tuesday eve
ning where they have been visiting
Mrs. Cecil G. Stone.
Miss Dora Coburn, who has been
visiting her brother, Mr. R T. [,
Coburn at the Qotel Roanoke, left '
Tuesday afternoon for Roberson- 1
ville to visit friends and relatives.
I BACK AGAIN I
I Prom the Northern Cities I
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We hare visited the largest Wholesale Houses in the |
1 North and we hare now the largest, best and cheapest |
stock of goods ever shown in this city; *
We have some extra good bargains in Ladies Dress (foods. Silks, Rib
bons, Laces, Dress Trimmings and Embroideries. AM of the latest style.
Give us a call and let us show you through our stock, even if you are not
thinking of buying.
Mrs. L. B. Harrison is back from the Northern Cities
with her new line of Millinery Goods and brought;with her
Miss Oliva Elliott, of Baltimore; Md., who will be pleased
to show you all of the latest Parisian Styles.
Opening, Thurspay and Friday, September 14-15
Give us a Call our Motto is
Harrison Bros. & Co.
Williamston, .... North Carolina.
We are prej>ared to
take and fill orders for
Tobacco Barn Flues and
Stewart's Iron Fencing.
Tin Guttering and
where on short notice
All New Work Guaranteed,
IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOOD
| We Sell Iron Fence]
' I MSMUMCTVSC* ■» }
The Stiwartlm Works Coapanr)
f i CINCINNATI. OHIO J
J WW Frnr. w-M il; fntf- $
£ '*XIBH 111 !■! World's Fair. Ft. Loala, i
j Tb* nrnat wokomlril fMK* fom Iff. /
f wood frnce. Why )
C not r**pl»re jroar old one »ow with a fertt, at- #
I ? tractive IllOlf FBHCI \
1 "LAW A A.IFETIMK- r% tj /
i Over l*> dwricns of Iroa Frnca, wh (
1 ( . Iron ntwvr Vaa*. NHteM, U£a9v ?
I I ate., shown In our catalog***. S
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Oeo. K. Dixon,
Rocky Mount or Willianiston, N.C.
Annually, to fill the new positions crea
ted by Kailrotwl anil Telegraph Compi
men. We want YOUNG mkm and i.adii s
of good habits, to LKARN TELEGRA
PHY AND R. K. ACCOUNTING.
We furnis 75 per cent, of the Opera
tors and Station Agent* in America. Our
six schools are the largest exclusive Tele
graph Schools in the world- Establislird
30 years and endorsed by all leading Rail
We execute * J250 Bond to every stu
dent to furnish him or tier a position
paying from £4O to |6o a month in-Statcs
east of the Rocky Mountains, or from
f>7.S to SIOO in States west of the Rockies
immediately upon graduation.
Students can enter at any time. No
vacations. For full particular regarding
any of onr Schools write direct to our
executive office at Cincinnati, O. Cata
The Morse School of
Cincinnati. Ohio. Buffalo, N. V.
| Atlanta, Ga. LaCrosae, Wis
Texarkana, Tex. San Francisco, Cal
TO CUNK A COLD IN ONE OAV
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
Tablets. All druggists refnnuthe mon
-1 ey if it fails to cure.
| E. W. Grove's signature is On each
box. M cents. * " n-4 Iyr
Opening, Thursday and Friday,
... " I .
Also Our Fall Opening of DRESS
GOODS AND TRIMMINGS.
Every One Cordially Invited to Attend. Miss Laura
Jones and Mrs. Anabelle Brown will be glad to serve
G. D. Garstarphen & Go.
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WAIT ONE MOMENT
Did you see uh while in
Shoes, Shoes Best stock in Town
Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Flour, Car
Load Just Arrived. Lowest Cash Prices in the
City. Also One Car Ground Alum Salt Just In.
Harrison & Gowing Gompany,
Wholesale & Retail
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RKPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
Bank of Martin Gounty
■t WILLIAMSTON, N. C.,
at the c't* of business Aug. 25, 1905.
Loan, ft Discount. ' " Sl»'ta. 6tOCk ' 1 S
Over Drift.. 5.48311 "JM*. - , I5S"!?
Other Stocks and Bonds, 1,000. .£*£
Furniture A Fi.ture., t.H00.00 WvWtdd.unp.id £io
Demand Loan. J.7J* 97
Due From Bank, and Banker. 5.757 *) rKK
Silver Coin >?.9W 3g Deport, aubject to Check to, 480.95
TOTAL, S '*5.857.08 TOTAL, I 105.85j.0i
I, I. O. God.rd Caahier, or Bank of Martin Couatjr. do aolemniy .wear (or a9nni that tk.
above Statement iatrueto the beat of uiy knot ledje and belief. J. C. GODARD, Caahier.
Stale of North Carolina—County of Martin.
Sworn to and aubacribed before me. thi. 511 day of Sept., A. D., 1405
CORRECT—ATTEST : C. H. GODWIN, Notary r.blic.
B. L. Oodard V DIRECTORS
J. U H*aaeU J
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