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VOL. VIII. - NO 29
I ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS |
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Sixteen of the Best Known and Most n
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THE ENTERPRISE J
a weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of Martin County 11
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X the Best of Every thing, we Have Made Arrangements to Offer them the
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S Seventeen Great Papers and Magazines for the Price of Only 51.50
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fjl Seventeen Great Weeklies and Monthlies—Gombined Price Over $9.00 0
$ THIS OFFER IS GOOD ONLY UNTIL MAY IST, 1907. jg
IS If you are already a subscriber to any or all of these papers your
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WILLIAMSTON, N. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1907
: How Much Could You Get iji
For Your Farm?
J ' You AN a farmer. You live near this town. You own land. ;" ;
« Let ua *sy that you oWn more thau you need and would like to sell „
J ' a hundred arret. | |
» ! How much could you tret per acre'' ! !
J J Land value* have rt*eu httely. But lium the value of your land •JJ j
> l rlien aa you tlilnk It should? !I i
Your land la good land. You think It la worth convlderably '* '
I [ more thau anybody haa offered you. Well, let us nee. I
A mau buying farm laud naturally prefer* to locate iienr u '" '
k ! thriving, up to date towu. He wants good home market* for hi* !]
J 1 props. He want* good 'J |
h schools. f i * i
J ; Let ua say your laud I* ; ; ;
ii ! three miles from towu. A !„ .
J ; farm that looks very much j* |
» ! Ilk* yours is three mile* _ „
J | from a towu twice a* bl* \* |
» l(K> twice a* prosperous
as this towu.
» > If you were going to " >
buy a farm for your own
x occupancy, »
pay a whole /OL
m i near the towu H| •■ >
twice aa large twlcM>J
as 1 ' " 1
Of course you would.
k > be good \ ■ > i
Now, what makes a V M
. town big aud bustling A > •
Money. Money In JT
i > tlou. Not In clrculatlou In ' " '
Chicago, for luatauce, but
•i right In the / » >
waits to grow.
k . How much money have ' " '
J J you sent to the big Mall ! V Vv
« Order house* In the city V '" '
lite past ten years'/ How Vs.V vH
k > much have your neigh i>, ,
♦ • bors sent? How much v *> '* '
II hare nil of j'ou together
II put out of circulation \ j „ ,
Ti ne/e at home? J I*
XX H 1* probably Iteyrtml , „ ,
♦T cumulation. If all that money had been spent In your own.bome '» >
XX lowa, Isn't It reasonable to aasume that the town would have \!' [
tj grown more than It ha* grown? ]" 1
ZZ n*' ■ >
ii Wouldn't this town bo a bigger and better town! ! IJ |
XX Wouldn't it have more stores to.buy your produce} !!!!
Wouldn't it have more public improvements to maku 1
XX it more attractive to outsiders who might come here to live, j|j
XT to go into business, or buy your surplus land at a good ;;;
XX figure} ! h
tt TO TRADE AT HOME MEANS TO HELP THE TOWN
XX AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD. TO HELP THE TOWN AND
XX THK NEIOHBORHOOD MEANS TO HELP YOURSELF.
The Haster egg bunt here was a '
great success, as it always is. In
addition to the hunting and find-,
iug of eggs there was a distribution
of cakes, candies and so forth; so
that, altogether considered, the
occasion was most pleasant indeed, j
Miss MeCall, of Charlotte N. C.,|
and Miss Tirus of Atlanta, Ga.
who have been giving special help:
in the Hamilton Pants Factory j
have returned to their homes.
The Hamilton High School l
closed the sth instant. It was!
tljought l»est by the teachers, Mr. j
Ray and Mrs. Grimes, that the
school close at that time and the
trustees consented with them.
I.ast Thursday night the iithj
instant the ladies of the Methodist j
Church gave an ice cream supperj
and Measuring party in collection
with their bazaar, the receipts af- ;
ter expenses were paid amounted j
to more than 150. which amouut
goes toward purchasing pews for ;
their beautiful Churclj.
Mrs. W. E. Gladstone is going
right on with her class, ]
which is a large one. She is also
preparing for a concert to be given
in May. Something worth while
is expected of her and her stud- j
Rest is the great restorer. We
tire our muscles by exercise and
then rest to restore them; yet a
great many of us do not stop to
think how little rest we give to our
stomachs- As a usual thing 110
part of our body is so generally
overworked as our digestive or
gans. A tired and overworked
stomach will give signs of distress
to which we pay no heed until at
last Dyspepsia takes hold. Indi
gestion is just a warning, and if
we heed the warning we can easily
avoid further consequence s.
KODOL is a most thorough stom
ach relief. It digests what you
eat and gives the stomach the need
ed rest and greatly assists in res
toring it to its normal activity and
usefulness. KODOL is sold on a
guaranted relief plan. It is sold
here by S. R. Biggs. W'illiamston,
N. C„ Slade, Jones. & Co. Hamil*
ton, N. C.
RKV. C. L. Ritin, Pastor.
Methodist Episcopal Church, South,
Williamstcm and Hamilton Charges.
Services HS follows,
Wllliamslou Preaching on the isi ;rd
and 4th Sundays at n a mand j pin
j Siiiulay School at «j;v> a ill, W. A. I'"l
| lison, Supt,
j Prayer Meeting each Wednesday at
7 : 3° 1>
Hamilton- Preaching on the 2nd and
I sth Sundays at 11 ain and 7;jo p in.
Vernon Preaching the Ist Sunday .at
| i I 1 »t.
| Holly SprinifN—Preaching the 3rd Sun
i day at 3 p 111,
I All friends of the church and the pub
| lie generally are cordially invited to at
| lend all the services.
! Services at tlve Christian Church, Wil
Preaching third Sunday 11 a m and 7pm
j Sunday School 3p m every Sunday.
| Macedonia first sundaj sri a m aud
j Saturday Ham aud p 111.
Old Ford —Second Sundays ami Sat-
I urduys 11 am.
| Jamesville—Fourth Sundays nam and
7 P >"•
J. R. TINGLK, I'astor.
tiWO. J. UoWKI.L, Pastor.
Preaching every Sabbath morning
and evening, except the first Sabbath
evening, at 11 a m and ;:jo pm.
Sabbath School, S. Atwood Newell
Superintendent; every Sabbath at 9:45
The Lord's Supper everv first Sabbath
Church Conference every Second Sab
Preaching at Reddick's Grove the
first Sabbath in every month at j p m.
At Bigg's School House every 4th
Sabbath at 3 p lit.
The Ladies Missionary Society, Mrs
Justus Rverett, Pres., njeets every firs
and third Monday at 7:30 p 111.
You are very respectfully aud earnest-
I ly invited to attend these services.
When you need a pill, take a pill,
and be sure it's an Early Riser,
Dr Witt's Little Early Risers are
1 safe, sure, satisfactory Pills. The
pills with a reputation. They do
not gripe or sicken. They are sold
here by S. R, Biggs. Williamston,
N ,C, Slade, Jones. & Co. Hamil
Your money back.—Judicious advertia
ing it the kind that pays back toyoa
the money yon invert. Space in thia
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WHOLE NO. 372
fIUGH B. YORK,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office: Jeff re si Drug Store.
OFFICR HOURS: 8 to 10 A. M.; 7 to 9 r. W.
Williamsten, N. C. -
Office Phone No. 53
Night Phone No. 63
DR. J. A. WHITE.
OFFICR - MAIN STRRKT
I will lie in Plymouth the first week ia
every other month.
W. B. Warren. J. S. Rhodes.
DRS. WARREN & RHODES,
Bioc.s' DRUG STORK
'Phonr No. 2Q
BHRROUS A. CRITCHER,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW
Office: Wheeler Martin's office.
WILUAMSTON, N. C.
S. AT WOOD NEWELL,
office formerly occupied by J. p. Biggs.
Thone No. 77.
WIM.IAMSTON, N C.
wherever services are desired
special sttention given to examining and mak
ng title for purchasers of timber and timber
Special attention will be given to real estatt
exchange*. If you wish to buy or sell land 1
c«n heluyou PHONK4/
F. D. WINSTON S. J. BVKRRTT
WINSTON & EVERETT
WII.I.t AMSTON, N. C.
Money to loan.
A. R. DUNNING
RORKKSONVII.LH, N. C.
I). C. MOORING, Proprietor
RoBKKSONVir.uj, N. C.
Rates[#J.oo per day
Special Rates By the Week
A l'irsl-Closs Hotel in Bvery Partic
ular. Thejtraveling public will find it
a most convenient place to stop.
In Gase of Tire
you want to be protected.
In case of death you want
to leave your family some
thing to live on.ln case of
accident you want some
thing to live on l(esides
l«et Us Come to Your Rescue
W r e can insure youjagainst
Fire, Death and Accident
We can insure your Boiler,
Plate Glass, Burg
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None But Bast ConpanlM RiirimtU
K. B. GRAWrORD
Williamston Telephone Co.
Office over Bank of Martin County.
WILLIAMSON, N. C.
Messages limited to j minutes; extra
charge will positively be made for longer
To Washington 15 cts.
" Greenville 15 "
|" Plymouth 15 '• v .
|" Tarboro 25 •'
|" Rocky Mount 35 "
" Scotland Neck 35 •'
J" Jamesville 15 "
" Kader Lilley's 15 «'
" I. G. Staton 15 "
" |. L. Woolard 15 "
•' O. K. Cowing &Co 15 "
" Parmele 15 '«
" Robersonville .? jf "
" Kveretts , 15 '• *
" Gold Point 15 '•
" Geo. P. McNanghton xj " i
" Hamilton 30 "
For other point* In Baatera Carolina
see "Central" where a 'phone wtU b*
found for aat ot non-subacribare.