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VOL. IX. - NO.J 14
COUNTY STATEMENT"B"
From December 1. A. D. 1906 to DeceJtojet t, A. D. 1907
RECEIPTS
To total Couuty tax from J. C. Crawford, Sheriff $11,324.97
To Jury tax from J. A. Hobbs, C. S. C. 90.25
To Amount received from N & S R R rent of wgrehouse 90.00
To " " " Edgecombe County hire of prisoners 206.09
To " •' " Alonzo Mizell sale Ibr and shingle 5.00
To Thos Harrell " " 2.11
To " " •' Harmon Modlin sale old lumber 1 -5°
To " " " W. C. Manning for marriage license 199.00
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13a M W Ballard repairs .to Ballard's bridge 4 5°
t33 Slade Jones &Co supplies to poor 15 50
134 U S Hassell " " " .. 1030
135 Harris & Co. " " " 44 5°
136 W D Corey 600
137 Carstarphen A. Co. " " ..
iji Jno. E Griffin rebuilding wood mill bridge ... .. .. . . 35 23
139 C N Bellany conveying prisoner to jail 2 00
• 140 J D Bowen Supt. Co. Home 25 00
141 R L Taylor supplies to prior 1 00
142 Fannie Slade " " " 275
143 S J Perry flooring at Gardners Bridge ". ........ Ho 97
144 Anderson Crawford & Co. supplies to poor "75
145 The Enterprise Printing Co. statemtut and stationery .. 3325
146 Edwards & Broughton 3 books Reg. office and stationery c.f.c. 33 45
147 Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co. stationery for county .... 948
148 Robt. Ray witness fee Dec term 1906 1 to
149 J C Crawford Sheriff and jail fees 16 60
150 Salsbury & Co. supplies to poor 28 00
"151 Hassell & Co. " " Co. H0me..... 19 19
152 Sebron Brown repairs to Canal Bridge 4 50
153 J H Eubanks lumber 25 9*
154 R H Salsbury 4 days Com 4 days bridges and 156 miles Q 5c 23 80
155 W M Perry 3 " " 3 " •« and 70 " ""13 30
156 W. A. Brown 3 " " 1 " " and 96 ""12 80
157 W C Manning services clerk to Bd. >3 35
158 Bailey St Barnhill supplies to poor 58 50
159 A E Smith Material used on road 1 50
160 E A Clark lumber for bridges 5 34
161 Aug. Wiggins supplies and attentions to poor . 500
162 Anderson, Crawford & Cor supplies to poor iH 00
163 Fannie Slade " " " 275
164 Jno. D. Bowen sen-ice keeper Co. Home . 26 35
165 Geo. E Peel lumber for bridge, i ; "3 45
166 H C Hoggard supplies to poor 3 00
167 Wm. Craws " " " 100
168 W A Wynn material used on road 5 00
169 E A Clark " " " " 10 00
170 S L Wallace supplies to poor iq 50
171 Carstarphen & Co. supplies to poor goo
172 Hassell & Co. " " " 00
173 " " " " " 1968
174 A F Stallings " " •' 16 00
175 WD Corey " *' " 300
176 .Slade Jones & Co. " " " 1550
177 S R Biggs " *' and med. Co Home ...... 1240
178 W E Warren sen-ices Supt. Health 20 00
179 H Bateman supples to poor .... Jtf. 10 00
180 J C Crawford jail fees .» 27 65
181 J C Crawford sheriff fees 23 50
182 J H Page arrest and conveying prisoner to jail 7 65 1
183 The Enterprise County order books : 7 50
184 W C Manning services as clerk to Bd 7 y5
185 C C Daniels Solicitor fees March term 1907 29 00
186 J A Hobbs C. S. C. •' " " 34 55
187 J C Crawford Sheriff " " " " 855
188 Error.
189 J T Waldo J. P. fees , 2,00
190 BFGodwin" " " 7*7s
191 S L Ross " " " 105
192 J H Page Canstable fees 9 IO
193 C N Bellamy " '* 2Ho
194 J R Britton " " gj
195 Claude Lee witness fees x 10
196 J B Bullock " > •* 1 lo
197 Jack Bullock " " ~o
198 C A Lee " " 1 ,o
199 H M Holliday " " 250
200 Frank Bryan " " 220
201 S N Yan-ell " " 130
202 Henry Little " " 220
203 Stewart Rogers " '• 220
204 Thos. Gray Sr. " " ; , IO
205 Ben Gibbs " " 1 io
206 Robt. Rav " " '.. r 110
207 Herbert Burnett " " , r u
208 W E Davenport " " ..." Igo
*O9 Wm. Burnett " " * \c 0
210 Chas. Watts " " .... .. . . 110
211 H Williams " —" , IO
212 je»se " " " !!*!!!!'.!!!. 1 40
213 Jno. Edwards " " , IO
214 Jos. Mnason " '• ' ,
FREE! FREE!
FIVE HUNDRED Yearly Subscriptions to these Three Magazines.
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WILLIAMSTON, N. C M FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, cqo 7
215 Wm. Finch " " f,'. ...... 210
216 S S Hadley " " . f'\ ..... 2ao
Jl7 W C Kirby •" " ... vf.. .» alO
218 Jno. Everrett " •' I• . • 30
219 Jim Moore " " J. . . 175
aao J D Bowen services keeper Co. Home ......... 25 00
23i H C Hopgard supplies to pqj>r 5 00
222 Fannie Slade " " *• • •••••. a 75
22 3 Aug Wiggins coffin for pauper 1 75
224 Anderson, Crawford * Co. supplier to poor ~. i, 10 00
aas Carstarphen & Co " " 9 00
aa6 " " .... 8 94
227 Slade Jones & Co. " " joor ...... 2400
228 Hassell & Co. " " I 50
229 " " _ " " County Home . . 26 00
330 C B Roberson lural>er for bridge ... 5 00
231 J L Powell 1 day poll holder P. Point 2 00
232 J B Ayers 1 Cross Roads . , 200
233 H D Taylor officer grand jury .. , . 6OQ
234 J QCrawford jail fees 28 so
235 "" *' sheriff fee« and cleaning Court House ... 2990
236 Edwards & Bfoughton record books . . 21 50
*37 J C Crawford stationery and etc . 450
238 J A Hobbs stationery and CSC service 5 75
239 Everetts Mer. Co. supplies to poor 64 00
240 JD Bo wen service keeper Co. Home .... . N ... . 27 60
241 H C Hoggard supplies to poor ; , . 5 00
242 Fred Manse painting at County Home ........ 125
243 Fanuie Slade supplies to poor ••• . . 275
244 A Burnett repairs Conoho Bridge 75,
245 J H Eubauks lumber bridges iu Roliersonvillf 4 32
246 Salsbury & Bro. supplies to poor . i . . 27 00
247 Hassell & Co. " " County Home 2971
248 H Bateman " " poor 1000
249 M W Ballard & Co." „ " " ........... 4550
250 Harrell & Ross " " " . 34 00
231 Carstarphen & Co. " - " " goo
252 Slade Jones & Co. " " *' «... >450
253 Anderson Crawford &Co " " . ........ . 1050
254 J C Crawford sheriff services and con veviug patient to hospital 22 20
255 "" " jail fees i 9 55
256 J H Page conveying prisoner from Norfolk 3175
257 w J Jackson "4. . " "Plymouth'.;. 1000
258 H M Burras material used 011 public road 2 50
259 W E Warreu Supt. of Health 1000
260 JI. Hassell & Co. supplies to podr . . . 350
r6i S R Biggs " " " and niel. Co. Home . . 780
262 The Enterprise stationery Reg. -office .. t ..... . 350
263 J A Hobbs C. S. C- services and stationery .. . , . 300
264 J A Ward conveying prisoner to jail 2 50
265 Dr. J E Smithwiek service Co. Santary committee ... 3 to
266 Dr. B L Long " " " "... 320
267 W A Brown 3 days com. and 74 mi, (« 5 cent com. work . 10 95
268 W M Perry 3 •• " 42 " " 810
269 W C Manning services clerk March and April ..... 29 25
270 Aj F Roberson bridge lumber 7 98
271 Harris & Co. supplies to poor • • • , . 37 00
272 W D Corey " " " r , . . 300
273 " " " " " - " ."''."-.-■a" '6OO
274 H C Hoggard " " " 500
275 Jno D Bowen kee|>er Co, Honu- . . . 25 00
276 Fannie Slade supplies to poor 2 75
277 B L Gardner filing swamp Tar Landing Bridge 8 00
278 D B Whichard lumber for bridge « . . 1200
A Mizell & Co. supplies to poor 00
1280 No order no order
281 B B Sherrod supplies to poor . 26 00
282 Edwards & Broughton Record books, tax l>ook court book >s 30
283 Harrell Ptg. House stationery for County 2 35
284 The Enterprise " "C.S. 6. and Reg. ... 9-5°
285 A F Stallings supplies to poor 24 00
286 Carstarphen &Co " " " ....'.. 800
287 Anderson Crawford Co, " " —1350
288 Hassell & Co. " " "and jail nB2
289 " '' " " County Home 31 -25
290 S R Biggs " " poor and med.|Co. Home ... 15 25
291 " " " Coffin for pauper >, . . . . 900
292 J C Crawford conveying patient to hospital 14 10
293 "" " sheriff and jail fees ~ 2470
294 J A Hobbs C. S. C. fees and stationery 4 10
295 N R Manning footway lumber 0 to
296 C N Bellamy conveying prisoner to jail 2 00
297 W A Brown 1 days bridge 1 day com. 46 ml @ 5 cent...... 6 30
298 Hassell & Co. fertilizers Co. Home 44 99
299 W C Manning sen-ices clerk per bill 21 44
300 J H Reddick supplies to poor ....? 17 00
30t J D Bowen services keeper Co. Home 26 50
302 G A Gardner supplies to poor 1000
303 A S Coffield lumber forfootway and bridges 10J5
304 Fannie Slade supplies to poor 1 2 75
305 R A Bailey taking tax list Robersonville 57 5°
306 J L Whitfield services as assosser ... ; 1450
307 B H Roberson services as assessor — r-r -. - 1450
308 John Brown-lumber and repairs to bridges 4 26
309 JH Eu banks lumber for sundry bridges 11 50
310 Hassell &Co supplies to poor and county , hqme 10 26
311 Hassell & Co supplies to county home 24 98
312 Lilly & Martin supplies to poor 44 00
THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN
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Pleasant Evening Reveries—A Column Dedicated to
Tired Mothers as they Join the Home
Circle at Evening Tide.
Br J. KNOX HALL
A HAW N«W YSAR.
The good old with fulfill* itself.
You hav» a happy year
Who with it fof all other*
In kindliness sincere,
So face the future bravely,
Believing in its beat,
And look with eyea of faith and hop*
For and rest.
Raoh year-la full of gladnes*
For those with hands to take
The gift as, one of blessing,
And use, as for God's sake.
It cannot but be happy
Since warmth and joy shall be
Where the home-light burns brightly,
And love is real and free.
For when the heart takes courage,
And trust is joined to prayer,
Then life Itself is beautiful,
And every day is fair.
NRW VHAR KKVKKIKS.
The days, weeks aud years slip
away like water in a running stream.
Time'» great clock never loses a
moment. Relentlessly, surely the
moments pass, and our eager hands
are not able to detain them. We
cannot keep back the flying years,
but we can and should keep the
blessings they bring. Hold fast to
lessons they have taught. Keep
the memory of their joys. Enrich
every day of life with the garnered
wealth of the days behind. The
years pass,but they leave their treas
ure with us, if our hands and heart
are open to receive them, so as with
one hand we shake farewell to 1907
let ns stretch out the other hand to
warmly greet and welcome 1908.
May every day be a royal pnsessiou
T» high-born purpose anil steadfast
• aim,
And every hour in its swift progression
1 Make life more worllivjh.tu when it
came.
Renewed feelings of ambition are
synonymous with the opening of
the New Year. More reso
lutions are made than at any
other time, and as often are
they alas! broken. Hut with some
the resolutions made with the dawn
of a new year have be:u carried
through to its close. Numerous
lives of honor and achievement can
be traced to some determination of
purpose made upon an occasion
such as the first day of the year af
fords for a fresh start in the jour
ney of life. We all desire success-,
the problem of life is its wining.
Every person carries in his or her
own hand the key that unlocks
either the door of success or failure.
The true key of success is labor,
and it requires a strong, resolute
will to turn it. It is hard, earnest
work, step by step, that insures
success, and never was this truth
more potent than at the prsent time.
Positions of trust and eminence are
no longer secured at a single leap.
Men and women have ceased to
succeed in a hurry. The secret of
many successful careers is the thor
ough performance of whatever has
been undertaken.
At the beginning of a glad New
Year it is well to remember that
some of the beat things in life can
be stored up only by the generosity
which gives, asking for nothing
again. Such are warm affections,
kind feelings, benevolent dispo
sitions. Every service willingly
rendered, every help gladly given
every effort to encourage the dis
heartened, to teach the ignorant, to
lift the fallen, not only perform
their intended work but even more
surelv react upon the doer; they
may or may not bring him the love,
respect and gratitude of those be
befriends, but they will infallibly
bring brightness and sweetness into
his own heart, increasing his de
sire and strengthening his power to
do good, and storing up within him
thoae jUftpOsitions which cannot
laiT to bless him while enabling him
to bless others.
We would have power in iqoH to
brighten
Kach lot lev blessed and fair than
—— own; • * !
The woe to heal and the load to lighten,
The waste soul garden to plant with
flowers.
In tlutofy, the exchange of New
Vear calls and Christmas gifts Is a
beautiful custom. The holidays is
a time when kindly feelings and
universal good-will prompt a gen
eral tnanifesrstiun of regard in. the
exchange of calls and presents. It
is the friendship expressed in the
act that is valued. The cause and
not the effect occasions the pleasure.
All look forward to the happy holi
day times when each is gladdened,
and, in turn, makes others glad by
tokens of honest regard and friend
ly feeling. The world fairly beams
with good cheer.
New hope for the souls long clouded over
With possible sorrows and actual pain;
New joys for comrade, and friend, and
lover
The year is bringing them all again.
In starting out upon the journey
of a new year an excellent maxim
is that which counsels us nevet to
put our hands to any thing into
which we cannot throw our whole
energies harnessed with the very
best of our endeavors. Persever
ance ft essential to success, since it
is often achieved only through a
succession of failures. In spite of
our best offorts, failures are in
store for the majority of the race.
It remains, theu, for us all to do
the best we can under all circum
stance, bearing in mind that races
are not always won by the swiftest
feet nor triumph in battle secured
by the strongest arms. It is not
so much the possession of swiftness
or strength as it is the right ap
plication of them by which success
is insured. . .
The youth who starts out in life
with an earnest determination to lie
honest, upright, faithful to all
trusts, punctual, attentive and
above all, God-fearing; has a prom
ise of abundant success. Though
he be without money, or wealthy
friends, he will be sure to gain all
that he most desires and make a
success of life. Start to-day.
Fluid Elimination Successfully
James Donahue, New Britan,
Conn., writes; "I tried several kid
ney remedies, and was treated by
our best physicians for diabetes, but
did not improve uutil I took Foley's
Kidney Cure. After the second
bottle I showed improvement, and
five bottles cured me completely.
I have since passed a rigid examine
tiou for life insurance."'
Kidney Cure cures backache tid
all forms of kidney ana"- bladder
trouble. C. C. Chase and S. R.
Bigg*-
The chief trouble is that the
people with the best circulating
capacity are usually not the ones
who have the money to circulate.
6ood Cough Medicine for Children
The season for coughs and colds
is now at hand and too much care
cannot be used to protect the chil
dren. A child is much more likely
to contract diphtheria or scarlet
fever when he has a cold. The
quicker you cure his cold the less
the risk. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is the sole reliance of many
mothers, and few of those who
have tried it are willing to use any
other. Mrs. F.- F. Starcher, of
Ripley, W. Va., says, "I have
never used anything other than
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
my children and it has always given
good satifaction." This remedy
contains no opium or other narcotic
and may be given as confidently to
a child as to an adult. For sale by
All Drugists and Dealer* in Patent
Medicine.
Colonel Bryan is said to be the
only great American talker left.
The N. Y American will be in
clined to resent this.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup, the
new Laxative, stimulates, but does
not Irritate. Jt is the best Laxative.
Guaranteed or your money back.
C. C. Chase and S. R. Bigga.
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Special Rates By the Weak
A Pirit-Closs Hotel in Brery Partlc
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CONGRATULATE YOURSELF
that this Christmas finds you Still
unharmed by fire. But if you srs
wise you'll not rely on mere good
luck for protection.
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beats good luck all to pieces. That
is protection you can be sure of.
Let us write you a policy to-day; -
you have escaped fire so long that
it is possible your turn is about
due. Yon never can tell when firs
iscomingyou know.
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INSURANCE AGENT,
Godard Building
Tire and Life
INSURANGE
I have some of the Strongvet and Boat
Companies on the Globe,
Let me write you a policy ou year
building TODAY.
J. E. POPE
Inturanc*
Morgan's
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Now *
is the time to have your piano pat la
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Box 174, WILUAMiTOtf, N. C
    

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