North Carolina Newspapers

    VOL. XIII, NO. 20
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Hugh B. York, M. D.
Microscopy, Electrotherapy, X-Ray
Diagnosis. Specialties
Office over Farmer# & Merchants Bank
Office hours, 8 to 10 a. ta„ 7 to 9 p. in.
Office 'phone 60 - Nij{ht 'phone 63
WOl. li. Warren y J. S. Rhode*
Drs. Warren & Rhodes
Physicians and Surgeons
Office in Bigg* Drug Store - Phone 29
Jos. H. Saunders, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Day 'Phone 53 - Night 'Phone 40
Williamston, N. C.
Dr. R. L. Savage
of Rockv Mount, will be at the At
lantic Hot*! fonrth Wednesday in
each month to treat diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nose aud Throat and
Fit Glasses.
A. R. Dunning - J. C. Stuitb
Dunning & Smith
Attorney s-at-Law
Williamston - Noith Carolina
Robersonville, North Carolina
v
Burrou9 A. Critcher - Wheeler Martin
Wheeler Mat tin, Jr.
Martin & Critcher
Attorneys-at-Law
WilliamstoS —- North Carolina
'PHONK 23
S. J. Everett
Attorney-at-Law
Greenville, S. C. - Williamston, N. C.
Greenville Long Distance Phone 32S
S. A. NEWELL
Attornes at Law
Williamston - North Carolina
Society Pressing
. . Glub . .
O. C. Price, Manager
Phone No. 58
Up-lu-Date Cleaing,
Pressing, Dyeing and
Tailoring
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Very eareiul attention ®
given t> Ladies' Kid H
I Gloves, Fancy Waists 1
Coat Suits and Skirts
A Club Rates for Men. A
Clothes called for and S
delivered
Rose &
MerchanfcvJVdors, Chi- I
cago, 111
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The "Chifci's Welfare" move
ment has challenged the attention
of thoughtful people everywhere.
Mothers . are natural supporters,
and will find in Foley's Houey
and Tar .Compound a most valuable
aid. Coughs ar.d x colds that
unchecked led to croup, bronchitis*
*nd pneumonia yield quickly to
the healing and soolhinU qualities
of Fcley's Honey and Tar Cora
pound. Saunders & Fowden.
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THE ENTERPRISE
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In Honor of Miss Nicholson
Reported
Maurice Dnnstan Walts w&s host
to a pleasant party of friends
on Washington's birthday at the
residence of Mr. anil Mr*. Albeit
S. Coffield and entertained inhdnor
of their house- guest. Miss Winifred
Nicholson, of Washington, who is
one of the most popular young
women who visit Williamston.
The Interior decorations betokened
the spirit of the day, the color
scheme being red 1 , whitKaid bine
Tne guests were received at the
door by Miss Lettie Critcher acd
Prof. A. M. Jordßn. Miss Susie
Purvis and Roger Ctitcher ushered
them into the cloak rooms. After
returning souvenirs were finned oti
the guests by little Misses Mary-
Gladys Watts and Lidie Cook, who
ushered them to the guest room,
where they were presented to the
host and guest of honor, Miss
Nicholson, and served with puueh.
Passing thence to the- adjoining
room, they were served with hot
chocolate and wafers by Misses
Fannie Biggs Martin, Fannie Murt
Manning and Sallie Hadley.
When the guests had arrived, a
vote for the most popular couple was
taken aud Miss Nicholson and Clay
ton Moore received the highest
number of votes. Later rcfresh
freshments were served. The
menu cousisted of ham and pepper
sandwiches, sliced tongue, l'rtncli
potatoes, pickles, cracker?, beaten
biscuits, salted peanuts, stuffed
dates, cream and cake. The cream
was moulded in chocolate hatchets
with a bust of Washington in
white adorning them.
At 11 o'clock the guests repaired
to the dance hall ou Main street
where to thepleastng sttains of A!
exander's Orchestra, they enjoyed
the dances of the Colonial period
uutil 12:30.
Those invited were: Miss Wini-
Nicholson, of Washington;
Misses Sallie l)uuu,Lettie Ciilcber,
Susie and Anna Beth Purvis, Ollie
Meadows, Martha and Hattie Lou
Ward, Allie Hadley, Katie Blount,
Neta May Baker, Fannie Murt
Mnuning, Sallie Hadley, Fannie B.
Martin, Mary Gladys Watts, Lidie
Cook; Mesdames A. S Coffield, J.
S. Cook, Wheeler Martin, John I)
BiggsjiMess. Wheeler Martin,Clay
ton and Maurice Moore, Burrotis,
Roger and Duke Critcher, S. R.
and J. W. Biggs, J. B. Hopkins,
W. H. Gurkin, L. C. Bennett, F.
M. Shute, Harry A. Biggs, Leslie
Fowden, Bruce Whitley, Julius
Peel, C. A. Baker, A. S. Coffield,
John D. Biggs, Hugh B. York and
A. M'. Jordan.
C. A. Glossner, 24 Ontario St.,
Rochester, N. Y., his rccoverd
from a long and sever attact of
kibney trouble, hss enre being due
to Foley Kidney I'ills. After
detailing bis case, he says. "I am
only iiorrjr I did not ltarn sooner
of Foley Kidney Pills. In a few
day's tim my backache completely
left me and I felt greatly improved.
My kidneys became stronger, dizzy
spells left uie nnd I was 110 logner
annoyed at night. I IcJ 100 per
cent better sine* tiring Foley
Kidney Pills." Saunders £4
FowdeD.
Embroidery Club
The Embroidery Club bold a
most delightful meeting with Miss
Anna Crawford on Friday after
noon last, ct her home on the cor
ner of Church and Smithwick
streets. There were only a few
of the members present as it is in
the season of Lent. But those
preseut had a very pleasant hour,
having as guest of honor, Mrs C.
D. Carstdrphen. The hostess gave
as souviuers very danty needle
books and served delicious refresh
ments. The next meeting will be
held with Mrs. A. R. Dunning
| March Bth.
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.. FRIDAY, MARCH 1. 191 a
Birthday Party
Master Bryant Bennett, the little
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Carstar
phen, celebrated his fifth birthday
Monday afternoon at his Uvnne on
Smith wick street. A large nwmlter
of his youag friends were invited
and went, each carrying tome gift
for the young host. From 3 to
5:30 o'clock, the i!tt!c Folks assist
ed by a few older ones, rorored and
played game*, sang to piano ac
companiment and had a jolly good
time. Maste: Lon Hatsell. who is
gifted with a voice of icmarkablc
power for one of his tender > ears,
delighted the with his ren
dition "The Hobble Skirt." A
chorus of girls from the primary
department of the Graded School
delighted every one w ilh ihcir songs
and received frequent entores.
Fruits, cream and cakes wore ser
ved in the dining TOOUI, the table
being beautiful with candelabrar.
holding live candles, r.ll aglow with
light and the birthday Cf.ke artisti
cally ornamented and upon which
burned five caudles.
, AVOID HARSH DRUGS
Many Cathartics Tend to Cause:
1
Injury to the Bowels
j f you are subject to coustipation,
you should avoid strong drugs and
cathartics. They only give tem
porary lelief and their reaction is
frarmful and sometiems more annoy
ing than-constipati n. They in no
way effect a cure and their tendency
is to weaken the already weak
organs with which they come in
contact.
We honestly believe; the we have
the best constipation treatment
ever levised. Our faith in it so
strong that we bell yt ua the poaitive
guarantee that it shall not ccst the
user a cent if it does not give entire
satisfaction an J completely letficdy
constipetiou. This preparation is
called liexall Orderlies. The«:
are prouipt, soothing, and most
effective in action. They are made
of a recent chemical discovery.
Their principal ingredient is odor
less, tasteltsp, and colorless. Com
bined with other well-kuovvn
ingredients long established for
their usefulness in the treatment os
constipation, it forms a tablet
which is eaten just like candy.
They may be taken at anv lime,
either day or night, without feu
of their causing any inconvenience
whatever. They do not gripe,
purge, nor case nnnsea. They act
with causing auy pain or excessive
looseness of the bowels. They are
ideal for children, weak, delicate
persons, and aged people, as wv!!
as for the mo*t hearty person.
They pome in three sizes
packegas. 12 tablets, 10 cents; 36
tiblets, 25 cents; 80 tablets, .50
cents. R«em tnber, you can obtain
themouiy at our store —The Re/.tll
Store. The 3. R. Biggs Drug Co.
Two Things.
The Henderson Gold Leaf tells
us what will bring happiness and
prosperity. Will We do what the
Gold Leaf says:
"There arc two things that tend
very mucL toward bringing happi
ness and prosperity to a community.
The first of these is good roads, and
the second is to get rid of all the
I criminal element in itt citizenship.
So if acommuuity will put its crimi
nal aud Jaw breaking element to
building good roads, it vu!! soon
find itself 011 the rqad to happir.e: 5
and prosperity."—Commonwealth.
ft., G. ColHrs, J Pr}rrMsa? c "*'*r J
Baruegat. N. J., was troubled with
a severe la grippe cou;zh. He t>nys:
"I would be completely ex aus ted
after each fit of violent coughing.
1-bought a bottle of Foley's Honey
Tar Compound and before f had
taken it all the coughing Spells ha.:
had entiily ceased. It can't be
beat." Ssunders & Fowden.
$ A GREAT DISCOVERY
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Certain Ingredients That Really
Promote Hair Growth when
Properly Combined
Reaorcin is one of the most
effective prem destroyers ever
discovered by science? aud in
connection with Beta Napthol,
which is both gcrpiicidal and (
autisrytic, a combination is formed
which destroys germs which robj
the lair of its natural nourishment, ]
aud also creates a clean, healthy i
condition of the sculp, which prevnts
th: development of ntw germs.
Pilccarpin, although not a color
ing matter or d«e is a well-known
ingredient for restoring the hair to
its natural color, when the loss of
hair has been caused by a disease
cf the scalp.
These ingredients in proper
combination, with alcohol added as
a stimulant and for its well-defined
[nourishing properties, perfect per
jhaps the most effective remedy that
is known for scalp and hair
troubles.
' We have a remedy which is
1 chiefly composed of these
| ingredients, in combination with
other extremely invaluable nsedi
jciual agents.. We guarantee it to
[positively cure dandruff and to
I grow htir, even though the scalp
in spots is bare of hair. If there
Is any vitality left in the roots, it
j will positively cure baldness, or we
will refund your money. It the
scalp has a glazed, shinv appear
ance, it's an indication thatVhald-
I ness is permanent, but in other
I instances we believe baldness is
! curable.
We want every one troubled with
scalp disease 01 lose oFhiTr to try
Rexall "93" Hiiir Tonic If it
; does not cureUandrulT and grow
| hair to the satisfaction of the user,
we will wiliout question or quibble
feturu every cent paid us for It.
We print this icurantee on every
bottle. It li.is effected n positive
cure in 93 per cent of cases where
put to a practical test.
Rexall "93" Hair Touic is (
entirely unlike, and we think, in I
every partcular, better than any- j
thin# else we know of for the pur- {
pose fur which it is prescribed We ,
urge you to try tills preparation at!
our entire risk. Certainly we know!
of ns better gurautee to give you. |
Remember, you cun obtain Rex ill j
Remedies in Rochester only at ourj
store—The Rexall Store. The S. j
R. Biggs Drug Co.
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How Cold Causes Kidney Disease
Partly by driving blood from the j
surface arid congesting the kidr.py.s,
and partly by throwing too much
work upon them. Foley Kidney
Pills strengthen the kidneys, give
tone to the urinary organs and
restore the normal action of the
bladder. They are tonic in action,
quick in results Try tbciu.l
Saunders & Fowden.
Colored Teachers' Meeting
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Th# regu'Qr nit;*"tin?; of the Col-'
ored Teachers Association of Mar-1
tin County will be held in the col- j
ored Graded .School Saturday,!
March gth, beginning at ujoji. in. j
Th» meeting promises to be a very j
helpful one, and every teacher is j
ured to attend.
W. C. Chance, President.
Backicr.e Afmcsi Unbearable
Is and almost certain result of
kidney trouble. I). ToouiSy. 803
K. Olive St., Bloomington, 111.,
wayg: "I sqtfeitd with backache
and pains in rnv kidneys which
were almost unbearable. * I gave
ffyey Kidney Pills a good trile,
and they done wonders for mo.
Today I can do a hard day's woik
and not feel the effects." Saunders
& Fowden. . .
Ballard-Brown
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(Reported)
i Last Sunday, the Smithwick
, Creek Cburch was filled to its great
est capacity and at 11 o'clock a
wedding party adyanced up the
aisle in the following order: Ben
jamin Manning with Miss Millie
Roebuck, Raleigh Manning with
Miss Delia Roebuck, Claude Roe-
I buck with Miss Florence Manning,
jOctavius Manning with Miss Allie
| Roebuck, Paul Ballard with,. Miss
Hula Manning. These couples
took positions in front of the pul
j pit and awaited the coming of the
bride -and groom, Mr. William B.
| Ballard and Mr-. Hattie Manoiug]
J Brown. Elder Ashley Mizell, in
his usual pleasant style, rend the
! English ceremony unci pronounced
them man and wife. After receiv
ing the congratnytions of their
friends, the wedded pair remained
until the close of the church ser
: vice aud then departed for their
! home in Poplar Point Township.
The Rroom is the son of J. R.
, J Ballard and his bride is the acconi
'jpliahed daughter of William K.
: Manning. Gritlius Township loses
'!ondof its nio-'.t popular women dud
' 1 and Poplar Point has gained there
'i by.
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»j Simmons Like Martin
j "When Bailey found that be had
| no chance to secure the leadership
{of the minority of the Senate he
(set Martin up cud bv a fluke Mar
tin got it. As soon as his victory
was announced —and lit* did not
j get it without a straggle—the first
1 and cnlv contest of the kind, per
1' Imps, in the history of the party
- ;ihe Republicans were siezed with a
; delirium of joy. They congrathlnt
led lheihsi:!vei. The stand pat Re
! publicnn press of this town were
in nu ecstasy and the true Dem
ocrat* in distress. In short we
[want Democrats to lead Democrats.
; We wane leaders on the Democratic
side of the Senate who will carry
;dismay, and not comfort, to the
other wide. That is what we want
[and that is what We are going to
i have.
j "Then there is Simmons, of
; North Carolina. He is a Detno
jcrac of the Mari in brand though
la little bolder. He makes no con-
Iceabnentof his position ou the
! tariff. Hailing froui a cotton State
jhe will vole for any duty on lutu-
I bcr that the most insatiate stand
-1 patter can propose. 1: is notorious
{that I.orimer owes his seat in the
! Senate to the activity of the bum
-1 her Trust in bis behalf, whether
'corruptly or r not. Simmons not
only voted to vindicate the Chicago
boss, but he made a labored argu
ment in bis support. Martin was
moro "discreet," eise he had never
been "leader." Aldrich, Penrose,
Smoot and Co would be delighted
with a Democratic side made up of
jSiminonses aufi Martins." —Sel.
Repals Attack 0! Death.
"Five years ago two doctors told
;me 1 had only two years to live."
; This st3rth"np v tnt' j iuem was made
i by Still man Green, Malachite, Col.
j 1 They told me 1 would die with
j comumption. It was up to me
1 then to try the best luny medicine
land I began-to use Dr. King's New
j Discovery. It .was well J did, f»r
today I am working and believe I
{owe my life to this great throat
land lung ette that has cheated tire
~r-!v- of•' another victim." Its
folly to sillier with coughs, colds
or other throat and' lung trouble*
now. Take the cure that's safest.
Price 50 cents and SI.OO, Trile
r T>ottle Lee at Saunders &L Fowden.
Making Wood cf "Urn*
Science, with rtn eye to tho mnnu
-1 facturo 0!' artificial wcod from a 1 :\ur,
is now expsrimetstiiif; !n London. At
the outsot it \r> rropcßed to utilize
tho process for the manufacture of
matches, and It la clnimed tho cost
ijlll be leasened.
si.oo a Year in Advance
ROBERSORVILLE
NEWS HEMS
Local Happening and
People who arc Coining
and Going, Here, There
and Yonder as Gathered
by our Regular Corres
pondent.
Miss Lizzie Mooring v|«*m *he
week-cud at Stokes.
N. M. Worsley, of 0 »kC?t nay
been here this week.
Mrs A. R. Dunning of Vrliium*
ston is visiting her sister W r *.
Misses A Hie G. Little a-i i joi.isie
Jones, of Bethel, w ere here ! rinav.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R
of Whicliants. -.pent Sunday btje.
Rev. Morris Bertrea held
at the Methodist Chnrrh Ajonday
nijZJUt. «/'
Messrs. Will Everett \*»d Wilt
Salslituy left Tuesday lor Okla
homa.
Mrs. J. B. Quartern:tt« spell
ing somi- time with her tin si: bur at
Raleigh.
Miss Maud Holliday, c.! Jatli'-.s
vilfcr, stopped here en rotiv ftorn.
Baltimore.
f
Mr. aud Mr.-). Justns T\\ iu v of
Palmyra, spent the week tif re
with friends.
Mrs. ft. L. Smith and rv.ildreo
spent tbe week-end with be: sisrter
at Williainston.
Mrs. G. M. Roberson and chil
dren spent the week end A»ih rela
tives at WiUiamstoo.
The many friends of Mrs 3. W.
Outterbiidge regret very > ■. ,n to
learn of her recent il'.nts.v
Miss Vara Tiipp, ot 11 >.; load,
spent several days here «.- !■ her
cousin Miss lycua Parker.
N 
A. K, Smith and sou,
ed by Dr. J. li. Ward anj j. C.
Smith, went to Ralegh M tmi'.ny
on the former's automobile. •
A very pretty maraiige wug sol
emuized at the home oi the brhie
near Oak City, when Mis* Ora
Taj lur and Mr. Silas Hrfuv. w-re
given the sacred vows bv ktv. C.
L. Howard, of Kin-.ton, Meudrl
shoru's wedding march bt-iEj? bc-rt
tifullv rendered by Mis'* ljr:>.. V.ir
ker. The bride is the on;
ter of Mr. Henry Tav!or, ted the
groom is the son or M: lierrjr
House and has a position > 'h W,
A. R jber .on & Co. Thtv •;,'•!! re
side on Church Street.
Ninbteca Miles a S'ecsw
Without a jar, shock >r disturb
ance, is tbe awful sprreu o'. c> :r ewrth.
through space. Wt wonder at
such case nf nature's rn >exaent,
and so do those who take Dc.
King's New Life Pills. Nc >;rip
irj qr f ho distress, jujj lough
work that brings good hean ii and
tine feelings. 25c Sauce. 1 -.* s* &
Fowden.
Two New Enterprise
The S.crertary of s'aw has
lasted papers cl inroi|X. .• .liu to
two companies in Martin County
within the past week. Ttiv Rober
sonville-Tar-River Hosiery Mjlls.pf
Robersonville, with authorized eapi
ta 1 of £125,000 and si6'6oo paid in
by J. H. Roberson and fiftcer. other
stockholders' has been re-organized
and will b?gin operations. This
industry is ihe first of tb ki ;d ia
\I-ir ni Co' nty «?:a v.i!_l ;u»ca*
much to Robeisonville.
The W.lliamstod Electi'ic. Com
pany nas bc-u organized by C.
Manning, J. W. Manning ontl -W.
C M inning, J r Tnls company
will do electric lighting and deal
in fuel and icc- The authorized
capital is $25,000 and ;.,000 has
been paid in. W. C. Manning is
aho owner and managtv of the
: 'telephone Company and the ac-
I quisition of the light plant will
"greatly enlarge his services to the
; public.
    

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