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VOL. VIII. - NO 18
COUNTY STATEMENT "IT
From the Ist Monday in December 1905 to
the Ist Monday in December 1906
Continued from last Issue
WO. % JUH^
344 J. D. Bowen Services keeper co home $25 00
345 R. H. Rogerson lum for footway 9 36
346 Ben Ward " "co home 2500
347 J- }• Robereon & Bro lum for co home 144 95
348 Aur. Wynn lum and repair* Mobley's |
Mill Bridge a 00
349 Kader Lilley ium and shingles co home 30 00
350 Error
351 O- D. Robeison & Sons sop to poor at 50
35a J. E. Griffin lum co home 9 21
353 Simpson Hdw Co naiia for co home 1 9'
354 J. A. Mixell & Co. sup to poor 8 00
355 Blount & Bro. , 500
356 C. D. Carstarpben &Co " " " «4»
356 C. D. Carstarphen &Co " " poor 900
358 Fannie Slade " " ,r a 75
359 Slade, Jones &Co, '« " " 15 50
360 J. L. Hassell &Co 44 44 " 81a
361 Aaderaon, Crawford & Co " 1875
362 S L. Wallace sup" " 11 00
363 A. G. Powell " " " 800
364 S. R. Biggs 44 " M 14 95
365 S. ]. Lilley lumber county home 4 48
366 The Enterprise sta'y and p'tg 1« 25
367 J. C. Crawford sh'ff and jail fees 40 10
368 E. A. Phelps con'ing prisoners to jail a 00
369 J. A. Hobbs d'k fee# per bill 33 37
370 Dr. R. J. Nelson services exam insane a 50
371 B. T. Casper convey'g prisoners to jail 2 00
37# B. L. Upton convey'g prisoners to jad a 00
373 J- C. Crawford for laud sold co for taxes 620
374 Jordan Hytnan moving old house c houie 35 00
375 R. H. Salsbury 5 days com $lO, a days
bridges $4 17a miles aa 60
376 O. W. Griffin a days com $4 t days
bridges $2 70 miles 9 50
377 Dr. Wm. E. Warren services co sunt
health 10 00
378 W. C. Manning ser to b'rd as per bill aa ao
379 G. P. McNaughton Plast'g laths co home 650
JULY
380 C. C Daniels Sollicitor fees June 1906 1500
381 J. A. Hobbs C. S. C. *5 44
38a J. C. Crawford Sh'ff " " 44 10 95
383 J. C Jordan J. P. 9J
384 W. H. Robertson J. P. 44 44 " 30
385 B. F. Godwin 4 3°
386 T. E. Garden "". " **- " a6O
387 S. L- Ross " " 44 ?' " 95
388 L. B. Wynn » 90
389 J. H. Page Constable " " 14 " 36$
390 J-. W. Ward " " " " 80
391 C. N. Bellamy 3 >5
39a E. A. Phe!ps 14 " 100
393 Joe Bullock " " • " " " 110
394 H. L Britton Wit " " " " 110
395 W. T. Ward " " __ M " " Iro
396 G. N. Gnrganus" 1 10
397 Robt. Brown " " " " " 310
398 J. H. Heath " " " '* " 180
399 H. E. Brown 41 ■" " " " 160
400 Chas Williams " 3 s>
401 Simon Brown " 14 " " " 350
40a O. T. Everett " " " " " 34©
403 H. D. Peele 1,90
404 Paul Brown " ji 60
405 Primus Brown " " 1 60
406 Raleigb Hardison" " " " " 160
407 Amanda Slade " 44 " " " 75
408 B. F. Perry " 1 90
409 J. S. Giiffin, " " " " " 180
410 Dock Powell " 1 55
411 West Andrews *- " " 155
41a U. S Hassell Supplies to poor 4 50
413 Jno. M. Bowen Lumber bridges 870
414 J. 0. Bowen Services keeper co home 27 00
415 Slade, Jones & Co. Sup to poor * • 14 50
416 M. W. Ballard " 44 " 33 00
417 S. W. Mixell ...... 700
418 Fannie Slade " " " , 375
419 T. C. Cook iron for court bouse 2 00
4ao Annie G. Powell snp to poor 400
4ai J. B. Harris & Co. 7 00
a3 • . «. «. .. i ura f or roa ds * 700
423 Anderson, Crawford &. Co. sup to poor . 1200
424 •' " " " materials for
county home a 83
435 Simpson Hdw. Co oails for county home 7 05
426 J. L. Hassell &Co fer. for " '' 5°
427 Noah Roberson b'ld'g co home 272 00
428 C. D. Carstarphen & Co. sup to co home a 4 13
429 " " " " " " poor 900
430 44 " . " " " " and lin*
olenm court house 119 44
430# V. R. Taylor sup to poor MOO
431 J. A. Hobba sta'y and C. S. C. fees 5 15
433 " ' " serving on pension b'rd 200
433 Jno- Brown repairs on bridges 250
434 I. D. Simpson services on pension brd 2 00
435 W. H. Robertson 2 00
436 J. J. Robertson lum co home 5 10
437 Baker Bell making coffintfor M.
Albritton a 00
43S G. W. Griffin windows and doors co home 60 55
439 R. S. Critcher lum for bridge 10 00
440 J C. Crawford bagging and putting down 2a 50
441 " services as sh'ff 2080
442 " " " . jail fees 42 10
,443 R. J. Nelson Wit fees March 1906 15 00
444 The Enterprise .sta'y and p'tg 3 50
445 H. D. Taylor services officer g jury 4 00
446 Dr. W. E. Warren services •« supt health 1000
447.. W- 0- Banning i*r ci'k perWl «» file 635
448.JW fi. Wynn taltfiK Uplift* * 35 00
449. V- 8- Tpvlor Poplar Point 2250
450 ft. R. Ward * .'*> 4 - Jamesville 50 00
451 Ephriam Peel " "Griffins J 2750
452 B. S. Cowing " - " " Bear Grass 27 50
453 S. E. Hardison ,4 " " Williams J37 50
454 T. H. Cofield " " " Hamilton 4000
455 tJ. C. Ross " " " Goose Nest 40 00
456 S.L. Ross " " " .Robersonville- 50 00
457 B. F. Godwin " " " Williamston 5500
'HHbP aijoott *■ mnm&k
458 J. repairs Little Creek and
, JL»"'' '*'- *' - "wJ*
463 W. D. Corey sup " " 600
464 J. D. Bowen ser keeper co home as 00
465 J. T. Harrell labor at co home •") 1 75
466 The Enterprise ptg for county 2 00
467 F. W. Manse painting for co home 129 00
468 J. T. Stokes & Co. sup to poor 4 00
469 C. N. Bellamy conveying prisoner to j 2 00
470 Curganus & Son frt on lum for co I 50
471 Fannie Slade snp to poor 2 75
473 Dr W. E. Warren ser co supt health aJ 50
472 J. L. Hassell & Co. sup to poor 3 25
474 S. R. Biggs med and sup to poor 6 55
475 " " " vaccine $37.95 Sup $7 and
med co home $6.05 51 00
476 Cowing Bios snp to poor 10 00
477 A. F. Stalling* " «• " 7400
478 " " " " smallpox cases 1490
479 C. D. Carstarphen & Co sup to poor 9 00
480 '♦ '* " 44 " "co home *837
481 Edwards 8i Broughton tax hook co 3 00
482 Harrell Ptg Hou*irianks for co - 60
483 J. W. Watts & Co ice for court 1 78
484 Slade, Jones & Co sup to poor 14 50
485 Joseph Bullock arrests and c'yance to jail 700
486 R. J Nelson exam on lunacy 600
487 S. L. Ross ser as j p on lunacy exam 6 00
488 W. S. Avers wit lunacy investiKatiou 60
489 W. C. Manning ser as elk per bill 37 01
490 Dr. J. E. Smith wick ser attention vac
cination small pox 329 00
491 J. V. Gray ser quar officer • pox 99 00
SEPTEMBER
49a J. B, JJarris & Co. Supplies to poor 14 00
493 J- E. Sniithwick Services in small pox
Epedemic 7100
494 J. V. Gray Services Quarantine officer
Small pox 30 00
495 J. E. C. Davis Services Quarantine
officer Small pox 36 00
496 A. F. Stalling* Supplies to poor 9 25
497 J- Bowen Services keeper Co home as 00
498 R. L. Smith & Co. Supplies to poor 14 00
499 J. H. Eubanks Lumber for bridges 16 84
5«o A. S. Coffield Repaiis Husknow bridge 10 50
501 Jos. E. Griffin Repairs Keeper Branch 300
503 Fannie Slade Supplies to poor 2 75
503 J. T. Stokes & Co. " " " 400
504 W. D. Corey " " " 300
505 Error
506 Anderson Crawford &Co Snp. to poor 12 00
307 C. 1). Carstarphen & Co. " " " 900
508 Slade, Jones & Co. ...... lft JO
509 Brown & Hodges " . " " 1400
510 C. D. Carstarphen & Sup, to Co. heme 25 35
Si 1 A. F. Stallings Supplies Small pox pat. 3303
512 S R. Biggs Supplies poor and medicine 5 25
513 C. C. Fagan Lumber for foot way
Warren Neck Road 11 00
514 Daniel & Staton Lumber for Bridges
in Williams and Williamston 22 30
515 S. W. Casper Conveying to prisoner jail 2 60
516 Dr. W. E. Warren Services Co.
Supt. Health 1000
517 J. A' Hobbs Services as Clk. Court 3 85
518 A. E. Smith " on Everetts mill bdg. 1500
519 Roger Critcher Lumber for bridge 3 62
520 Rocky Mt. Sash & Blind Co. blinds tor
co home 2 00
521 J. C. Crawford Shell sliff & jail fees 70 40
522 G P. McNaughton Moulding Co. home 40
523 Dr. K. Leggett Examination Lunatic 2 00
524 Dr. B. L. Long Services in small |»ox 23 00
525 R. H. Salsbury"9 days Com $lB, 3
days Bridge $6. Jto miles $15,50 39 50
526 W. C. Manning Services Clk to Board 5 40
OCTOBKK
527 C. C. Daniels Sol fees Sept. 1906 21 00
538 J. A. Hobbs C. S. C, 34 87
529 J. C. Crawford sh'ff " " " 1175
530 J H. Riddick J P 80
531 F. M. Harrell mayor 2 70
532 J. R. Ballard J P " " " 228
533 L. R. Ange " 73
534 B. F. Godwin 2 75
535 J- C. Jordan 1 40
536 Robt. Harris constable" " " 95
537 J- L. Taylor • " " " " 15
538 B. T. Casper " " " " 32°
539 J. H.Page 360
540 J. S. Green Wit " " " i 75
541 J. 11. RidJick " " " 160
541 Herbert Taylor " " " 180
543 Reuben Robersou" 1 99
544 W. C. Manning " " " " 75
545 Caspar " " " " 565
546 L. W. Myman " " " " 345
547 L. F. Camper ' " " " 300
548 C. B. Council " " " " 33°
549 Bettie Grimes •».«. .« , 8o
550 Rhoden Grimes " 1 80
551 Elli Hud gin* " " " " 180
552 Anna Sherrotl " " " 'j 90
553 Jack Purriny,ton " " " " 90
554 F,li Everett " " '* " 90
555 J. G. Staton " " " " 14"
556 J. H. Page " 44 " 140
557 J. D. Bowen keeper co home , 26 40
558 A. J. Roberson building Duke's Branch
Bridge and Lumlier 52 50
559 D. R. Har.lison Filling rond at Dukes
branch * 32 00
560 Fanuie Slade sup to poor 275
561 A. L. Mizell officer grand jury 2 days 4 00
562 M. W. Ange filling in road s 1000
563 The Enterprise ptg blanks 2 50
564 Roger Critcher lum for bridge near
Ufclliamslou 3 65
565 W. Wfcorey sup to poor 300
566 A. D. Griffin filling canal at Wor
rington's mill • ' . 1250
567 A. F. Stallings Supplies to gmallpox par 841
568 " " " " poor 925
569 J. C.'Crnwford jail fees 25 80
570 " " " sh'ff fees 17 15
571 " *' " conveying two patients
sV. to hospital ». 21 20
573 J. A. Hobbs C. S. C- services 5 40
573 Dr. W. E. Warden Ser supt health 10 00
574 C. D. Carstarphen & Co. sup to poor 9 00
575 " " " jail 908
576 " '* " " " "." co home 67 84
577 J- T. Stokes & Co. sup to poor 4 00
578 W. C. Manning ser clk to boird 11 50
579 J. L. HasaeU & Co. sup to poor 5 25
NOVEMBER
580 Lilley & Martin sup to poor S3O 00
581 J. E. J>mitUwick-ser in s pox epidemic 16 00
58a J. EJ C. Davis ser quar officer ai 00
583 J. D. Bowen ser keeper co home 2 5 001
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i, iqo;
PEOPLE or THE DAY
hHf* n Ik* Jt|*atM.
George Cooper Pardee, the retiring
governor of California, in s recent
message to the legislature took a firm
stand ou the Japanese school question.
He said:
"It Is safe to say that the president
when he penned the portion of his an
nual message upon the openlug of con
gress In which he refers to the treat
ment of the Japanese In the San Fran
cisco schools was uot aware of the
condition of the coeat and especially
In California. In common with the
people of the east, who have had no
un hbl vH£i
QBOMS O. PARDEE.
experience with the unassimllabie peo
ple or Japan aud China, the president
does not understand the racial differ
ences between the Japanese and- the
Chinese uud people of Caucasian blood.
"I'nfortuautely, however, neither the
Japanese nor the Chinese appear to lie
capable of absorption and assimilation
Into Hie mass of our people. It is use
less to expect that a people with such
different racial characteristics aud civ
ilisation can ever mix with our people
and become absorbed Into our lusty
politic. They cannot become good
American cltlsena. It Is useless to at
tempt to make them such."
Governor Pardee is a physician by
profession und is fifty yeurs old. He
has lieen governor of the (loldeu State
for the piMt four years,
at Maasaehasetls.
Senator Henry Calmt I.odgc of Mas
aacbusetts, sometimes referred to us
tha president's s|Mikesman on the floor
of the aenate, has had Ills bands full
lately In the eontpovrrsy with Senator
Foraker over the Brownsville affair.
The senior senator from the Old Bay
Htate Is noted for his scholarly attain
ments. He has written voluminously,
chiefly on historical subjects, and Is a
ready speaker. When 011 the stump he
likes to Introduce local hits In tils
speeches, and In this connection a good
story is told.
Speaking lu Springfield, Mass., sev
eral years ago, lie dwelt especially 011
the patriotism of the city.
"As I was driving down State street
of your city this afternoon," he said,
"I noticed a big bowlder lu Ilenton
park. It was placed there by the Sons
of the American I(evolut|on In this city
to mark the spot where Shays' reliel
-11011 took place. Every time 1 have
been in your city I have noticed that
IIUIKT CABOT LOIHJK.
big bowlder." And he continued to di-
Iste on the patrlotlam that actuated
the marking of such a spot.
After the speaking was over one of
the prominent citizens came to 111111
and said: «
"You're all right, senator. Your ref
erence to that bowlder was pretty
good, but you went a little too far. It
was all right to notice it today, bdt
.you should have beeu contented with
that and not spoken, of seeing It on
previous visits, for that bowlder was
only put there day before -yesterday,"
A nrflaltfoa.
Representative Maim of llliuols Is
absentmlndwl. so much so that if
574 S. R. Haidisou reb'ldg Peep Run bdg 63 31
585 J. E. Griffiu building Reedy Swamp
bridge '!5 3'
586 J. E. Griffin footway lumber 3 30
587 Eubanks & Purvis rebuilding two small
bridges 11 64
588 Joseph Early lum for bridges 6 49
589 S. R. Biggs sup and tned jail and co home 700
590 " " " » sup to poor 14 65
591 Harrison, Bros. & Co. " " " 12 00
, 592 Slade, Jones & Co. " " " 13 00
1 593 Anderson, Crawford & Co' " ' 22 15
, 594 C. D„Carsti'rphe« & Co. sup poor 9 00
1595 " " " " " "co home 3032
enmrer a irrtftiTt-ur
"I can't explain It," be told Bepre
aaptatlve Boutell, "but It worries me a
*reat deal."
"Ob, you're not abatutmlnded!" Bou
tell «uld. "An abaeutmliuletl man Is
one who thinks be has left hla watch
at home and then pulls It out of hla
pocket to aee If he haa tluie enoush to
go lioun' and iret It."
KinlalHrd.
"Whnt'a a FlllplnoV BepreaentatlT*
John Wesley (ialues of Teuuesiee
aaked.
"One part Hpanlali and nine parts
revolutlontat," ltepresentatlvo Hlavden
sf Tcxa« answered.
Donahae Oat •( (liar Par GuoS.
"Frank Donahue I* throuxh with
baseball, all right, '* declared Connie
Muck durlug a faunlng bee In Phila
delphia. "lie ha« none too far Into
the l|otcl tmalneaa to tbluk of leaving
It uow. All the money lie tiavetl from
hi* baseball career Imw been ataked ou
lilh preacnt venture, and It would be
folly for him to give It up at bin age.
"I know the aland lted purcbaaed.
and It la a good oue. He aaya he paid
913, UK) for It. I waa aurpriHcd to bear
thla, aa I thought It wan worth fur
more. He's got a good place and Is
fully determined to give U|t Imaeball."
THE VERDICT
Dayton waa a tough town. They were
working on a railroad -the railroad
that never wax finished. If they had
Mulshed that railroad Dayton would
have been a metropolis today, accord
lug to the May ton belief.
lloney Walker, a grader, waa up be
fore the Justice of the peace charged
with assault with Intent to kill. There
wm* no other kind of ussaull In Dayton
lu those days. It was not sucli a very
serious charge either, but there were
circumstances connected with tills pur
llculur case which made It a matter of
Interest to the whole community. In
the first placy. no one except a tender
foot would ever have brought audi a
charge against a reputable citizen.
There were other ways of settling mut
ter* of dispute which custom had made
the rule, and the people of Daytou dis
liked to aee such a radical change.
Joe Perry, the tenderfoot who
brought the charge, bad been working
for Walker for several mouths and had
never been aide to draw a cent of the.
wages due him. Not only Hint, hut he
luid lent Walker nearly every cent
he tiad in the world, and the outlook
ahead of JIIIII was mighty blue. He
hud lived on frijolc* and wormy bacon
and slept ou the ground when lie wus
out ou the grude and camped In the
corral when lie was In town. And all
the time he hud been writing back east
to his folks, telling theui that ho liked
the west—it was such a free and eusy
life, and the people were so hoapituhle
uud easy fo get along with, and Ills
health wus better. It was all u bluff,
of course.
Walker was standing In front of the
|H>*tollice one day when Perry eutne
out witli a letter in Ills hand and 11
auspicious moisture lu Ills eyes. The
letter wus from home. His mother
was not as well an usual, the letter
said, and things were not going on us
smoothly as they might, it wound up
by asking If lie could uot send a few
dollars, as money was badly needed to
buy her the little comforts that a sick
person wants.
Perry plucked up couruge and, ap
proaching Walker, uwked him for some
money. Walk"! pulled his revolver and
struck the rash young uiuu 11 vicious
blow on the head. That wus his reply
—u characteristic one, Indeed. It was,
lu fact, such a natural tiling for W'ul
ker to do that the people of Dayton
werv surprised greatly to learn that a
warrant had la-en issued even.
It must be understood that Walker
had a big contract with the railroad
company ami wus in debt to every
body in the town.
Justice of the Peace Huillh wus not
only one of Walker's heaviest credit
ors, but he was oil his bond also.
Walker wouldn't listen to renson ut
all. lie was guilty, be insisted, utul
glad of It. Kven when he was |u!te
sol st early ill the looming tie was de
limit and stoutly malntuliicd that he
would have to plead guilty. So Justice
of the Peace Smith took liltii off to 0110
side and talked to hliu.
"I,(*)k here, Honey," lie said, "don't
throw us all down like tills. Suppose I
have to send you up. Where are we
going to get out? You'll lose the con
tract, and we'll lose our money. Never
mind your reputation. Stuinl l>y your
friends."
But Boney wus olfstlniite and still
Insisted thut lie waa obliged to plead
guilty.
For the lietler accommodation of the
Jury and the rest of Walker's creditors
court was held In the old warehouse
between the cabinet and the brewery.
The Judge read the charge, with a
tinge of sarcasm lu his voice, which
he with dlttlctilty managed to conceal.
59 6 '' " " jail 59 s
597 " " " " " coal for jail 84 15
598 Jos. Hullock conveying prisoners
599 D. D. Stalls " " " 2 00
600 J. I. Rol>erson lum for bridge 14 00
601 J. W. Watts & Co ice Sept court 85
602 The Enterprise ptg ami stay 26 50
603 Jno O. Gamoge sewer pij>e for county 7 48
604 Edwards & Broughtou books for co 33 75
605 Dr. W. E. Warren ser co supt health 10 00
606 J. A. Hobbs sta'y and C. S. C. fees 2 75
1607 Fannie Slade sup to \ oir 275
! 608 G. W. Griffin 4 days CJin 4 bridges
152 miles at 5c 2485
[609 W. C. Manning ser as elk to brd 7 30
The (Tcu'iTdtliif WiffVed counsel, anil
the trial proceeded.
"Oullty or not guilty?" usked tho
court.
The prisoner jumped to Ills feet.
"Guilty!" l ip shouted, "And I'm sorry
I didn't"-
The court Interrupted him. "Tho
prisoner pleads not Kullty," tho court
snM In lilrtmlest tones, not looking lit
the prisoner, however. "The Jury Is
Instructed to Itrlnu In n verdict In ac
cordance with this evidence."
The prisoner wit speechless for a
brief time, lie wtw overcome with vio
lent emotion.
"You're 11 lliir!" lie shouted, getting
upou his feet at last "1 ssld 'Oullty!'"
The court WHS entirely unmoved.
Doubtless It was prepared for some
such outbreak upon the part of the
prisoner. "The Jury will now retire
aud prepare Its verdict," the Justice
snltl CH hilly. ,
lu the poker room In the rear of the
cabinet the Jury deliberated over Its
verdict. The expense was borne by the
court, who had accompanied the Jury
there.
Amid 1111 Impressive silence, so deep
that the rattle of the dice In the cab
luet, where the French les were slink
ing. could be distinctly heard, the Jury
took their places 11 gain.
"Ucntleuieu, have you the verdict?"
cnliuly linked the court ns he resumed
his chair, raised above the others by
the nlil of two soap boxes.
"We have," responded Big Casey, the
foreman.
"ltend It," commanded the court, as
suming 1111 expectant air, calculated to
dispel liny suspicion that tho court
Itself might have been tho renl author
uf the document.
Illg t'nsey read the verdict. It was as
follows: "The Jury finds tluit the prls
uuer Is such 11 fearful liar that we cau
not believe htm under oath. It accord
ingly llmls him uot guilty."
The court then solemnly discharged
tho twelve creditors of tho prisoner
from further duty, and the Incident
wag closed.—Argonaut.
The country is perfectly willing
to increase the salaries of the Con
gressmen hut what the Congress-.,
men elect are afraid of is the in
creasing of the calilire of Congress
men.
A with n laxative
principle which drves out the cold
"Through a copious action of the
bowels, and a healing principle
which lingers in throat and stops
the cough— that is Kennedys
Laxative Cough Syrup. Safe and
sure in its ac'ion; pleasant to lake;
and conforms to National Puie
Food and Drug Law. Contains no
opiates. Sold by S. R. Bigirs.
With the parliamentary situation
under his thumb, Speaker Cannon
has decided to confine the legisla
tive programme to appropriation
hills. His motto is: ","No legisla
tion is good legislation". Put that
epigram up in the front parlor be
tween "God Bless Our Home,"
and "This Country is a of
a Success."
Willie wailed and Winnie wheezed,
while wintry winds whined weirdly
Willie wriggled while Winnie
wheezed wretchedly.Wisdom whis
pers, winter w.nds work whes/es
Wherefore we \yrite,' Use Kennedy*
Lax dive Cough Syrup. Nothing
else so good. Sold by S. R. Biggs.
It is beginning to look as it
the safetv of the country depended
more 011 the men who tend to tin
railway signals than 011 the army.
-Washington Star. Rather. liven
the army might have to use the
railroads too. A man accustomed
to think of heroically perishing 011
the field of battle, hates to be
roasted in an overturned Pullman.
Hunting lor Trouble
"I've lived in California i > years,
and am still hunting for trouble in
the way of luirit''. sores, wounds,
boils, cuts, sprains, or ;i ease of
piles that Bncklen's Arnica Salve
won't quickly cure writes Charles
Wallers of Al'eghany, Sierra Co. No
use hunting, Mr. Walters, it cures
every case. Guaranteed S. R. Biggs
drug store. 25c.
A4> VERTISINQ
Vour money back.—Judiclou* advertis
ing U the kind that pays back to you
the money you invest. Space ia thia
paper awurea you prompt returns , ,
WHOLE NO. 361
Professional Cards.
- auan B. YORK,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office: Jeffress Drug Store.
OFPICH HOURS: 8 to 10 A. M.,7 to 9 r. u.
"* Williamaton, N. C.
Phoue No. 7.
Night A :dreas: Atlantic Hotel.
L)K. J. A. WHITE.
dkntist
OFFICII— -MAIN ST*J«T
I'HONK q
1 will be in Plymouth the first week in
every other month.
W. E. Warren. J. & Rhodes.
L)RS. WARREN & RHODES,
PHYSICIANS
AND SURGEONS,
OFHICK IN
BIGGS' J)RUO STORK
'Phone No. 20 „
BURROUS A. CRITCHER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office: Wheeler Martin's office.
'Phone, 23.
WILLIAMSTON. N. C.
S. ATWOOD NEWELL
LAWYER
Office formerly occupied by J. I), lliggn.
I'liotie No. 77.
'V ILUAMBTON, N 0.
*#MMractice wherever M I viced are deal red
MKtiMl it l Umi I ion given to examining aud male
MX title for purchaser* of timber mid timber
IHttdM.
Sf>ecial attention will lw Riven to real estate
• xchftngeM. if yon witdt to buy or neil land I
ess Helen™ • , ■ PHONC4 /
L'. I). WINSTON S. J. KVKKKTT
WINSTON & EVERETT
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ATTOKNKVS-AT-I.AW
WItMAMSTON, N. C.
'Photic 31
Money to loan.
A. R. DUNNING
ATTORNKY-AT LAW
ROUI:RSONVII.LK, N. C.
HOTEL BEULAH
11. C. MOORING, Proprietor
ROHRRSONVILI.R, N. C.
Rates #2.00 per day
A Kirst-Closs Hotel iu Kvery Partic
ular. The traveling public will find it
si moat convenient place to stop.
WOOD YARD
Provide for
the Winter
Have you a supply of good
Pine Wood? If not give
your order to
JF\ S. H ASS ELL
Phone at Farmers & Merchants Bank
nvJ .L :(»'&
uuky Mountain Tea iluggets
A B ipy Medio!ne for Buy Popl«
Bringc GolJeo Hnaith and Renew id Vigor.
niH'iftc for Constipation, Indifr wflon, Live
Ki«li»HV Troubles. Plmp'e«». F!.*ri>ma, Impure
i. U.i.l breath. Klu£t(i«li liowt»u, Headaclm
» H i"ku«-rr li sIV M*ky Mouotai i Tea in tab
omi ;i». c*nt* n made by
•.units Ilsuo ( nm-Avv, M»di»>i>. Wis
J'-OEN NUGGETB FOR SALLOW PEOPLE
WilliamstonTelephoneCo.
Oflicc over Hank of Mnrtiu County.
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Phone Charges:
Messages limited to 5 minutes; extra
charge will jxwitively I* made for longer
time.
To Watihington 15 cts.
i-' Greenville 25 "
" Plymouth 25 "
" Tarl>Oro 75 "
" Rocky Monut 1 35 "
" Scotland Neck 15
" Jamesville 15 "
" Kader Ulley's IS "
" J. O. Staton 15 "
" 1. 1,. Woolard 15 "
" O. K. Cowing &Co IS "
" Parmele IS "
" Rol>ersonville 15 "
" Everette 15 "
" Gold Point 15 "
" Geo. P. McNanghton 15 "
" Hamilton ao "
For other point* in Eastern Carolina
see "Central" where a'phone will be
found for uae of nonmbecriher*.
    

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