The Enterprise (Williamston, N.C.) /
April 19, 1912, edition 1 /
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| LOCAL ITEMS j
All uotlrc* pibllnhtd iu ttaU column, wtatre
revenue (a to he derived, will be charged nt Die
rate ot (OOUU a line, (count »lx wonJ* to a
tine), each U«ue will he made on
—Attend the Misson servicee
—Watch the candidatcp, how
—Two runaways on Monday hut
no (lim ine done.
—Owing to cloudiness, the ecli
pse could not he olv.erved here.
—Some rock baw been caught
here this week hut the water still
—John H. Thrower went to Ouk
City Tuesday to lelieve the agent
of the A. C. L. there.
—There will he services in the
Baptist and Methodist Churches 011
Sunday morning and night.
, —A tin can, a pole with line and
hook and a man at the big end re
minds one that spring is here.
T-T. C. Cook is preparing to
make some additional -improve
ments to his residence near the
—There will be ft meeting of the
Republicans here 011 Monday for
the purpose of selecting delegates
to the State Convention.
—He sure to fee the races at
Scotland Neck, Wednesday, April
24th. Lunlttr Twig and Farmer
Gentry will repieseut Martin
County, liver j body go and boost
—He >^ri j to sto the races at
Scotland Neck, Wednesday, Apiil
24th. Limber Twig and Farmer
Geutiy wll represent MaitinJCouu
ty. Everybody go and boost Mar
—Be sure to see the races at
Scotland Netk, Wednesday, Anril
24th. Limbtr Twig and Fanner
Gentry will represent Martin Coun
ty Everybody go and boost Mar
—"Tut? Mystery of the Maine"
was exhibited here 011 Wednesday
night and the Citv Hall was pack*
ed. The pictures showed every
detail of the work done to r.vs.: the
—An e>»". laid '•>> a hen here has
been exhibited as a curiosity be
cause it had on the outer shell a
death tit lin. t stinke—presenting
the appt»icn't of having been em
bo,se.i. It was tiimply a freakish
act ot tiit"hi 11, perhaps,, to came a
Dan J |o' e"e, S.iDville, , is
so glad he 1 coi.tittmptini and
regained his h alth, that he writes
about i: tor tl e 1 enriit of others.
4 I li'il a iou.,!i which hung cm tor
two 5 ears when 1 bewail using
Foley's llont'v .'id Tar Compound.
I kept no n ii Ihe cough finally
left me and 1 vuined i:i weight from
113 t>l S5 pounds*. Iu tw ; years
have ifnn stion>„> and healthy. ail
front ih ire of Foley's lloisey and
Tar Compound, \\hie!t cured me.' 1
Saunders & Fowt!e»v.«
Macon Ga. May 7-9 th
Account al o\\ occasion the Atlan
tic Coast Line, the Standard Kail
road ot the offers special
reduced round trip rates from all
SELLING DATES; May 5,
6, 7, and Bth, 1912
FINAL LIMIT: To reach
original starting poiut not lat
er than midnight of May 15th,
1912, unlessweposited for ex
tension by original purchaser,
with Jos. Richardson, Special
Agent, 414 Fourth st., Macon
Ga,, not later than May 15th,
and upon payment fee of 50c.
limit may be extenden to June
For rates, schedules, reservations
gtc, call on Local Ticket Agent 01
T. C. WHITE,
PERSONAL -BRIEFS J
; W. S. Rhodes was here from
1 Hamilton Sunday.
Mis:* Delia Ray is visiting frieuds
in Tarboro this week.
! Dr. W. K. Warren went to Rich
mond last wetk on business.
Miss Clvde Hassell went to Oak
City last week to visit friends.
J. O. Guthrie, of Raleigh, was
here Wednesc'av on business.
Caot. G. J. Studdert, of Wash-
was in town Wednesday.
Mrs. J. P ISoyh; and Miss Hattie
Darden returned home Wednesday.
S.J. Everett was in town on
professional business on Wednes
Mis* Delia Topping, of JameH
ville, i.4 visiting relatives here this
James Dunning, of Aulander,
has been here tbiw week vi-iting A.
Mr. and Mis. F. U. Baroes and
, son have been in Pocomoke City
Mrs. Arthur Anderson has been
in Rocky Mount this wevk with
Mrs. C. B. Hassell and little
daughter aw in Wilson with Col,
and Mrs. John Woodard.
Editor Manning returned from a
business trip to Brunswick County
on Saturday, and Monday left for
Norfolk accompanied by Attorney
IL W. Stubb?.
For Register of Deeds
I hereby announce myßelf a can
didate for the office of Register of
Ceeds of Martin County, and ask
my friends and Itllow Democrats
to give me their support, which I
as.-ure tliem will be appreciated.
I And if elected I promise to till the
r oflice to the best of uiy ability and
to lender to each f.nd every one the
. proper courtesy due t letn.
I). J. MKKKS.
| RELIEVE YOUR STOMACH
JWe Will Help You Do It.
| Read Our Qua ran tee
. Dysrjtp?ia may be completely
. eradicated i ' pr-'ic ly tivitle 1. We
( Isell a remedy that we positively
.(guarantee will completely relieve
. indigestion or dyspepsia, or the
, medicine used during the trial will
t j cost the user nothing.
Tin.-* renieiiv ' .■« been named
Ut-xall Dvv.pep'ji-t ["ablet". Cer
} tuiii'V to oft i ct ul i I>.• more fair,
I land fit' I.tier shotihi be pioo'f posi
-9 [live t' it kexa'l Dyspepsia Tablets
, ti't; a dej end able temed* .
1 Ina.-iunch as the medicine will
j cost you l othing if it dot'!? not
. I benefit jou, we'uige'you who i.re
,• sntferuu; with indigenti/m or d\s
-1 ' pepsi.i to try Rcxall Dyspepsia
•1 Tnblcts. A 25-cent box contains
I j enough medicine for fifteen days'
1; treatment. For chronic - cases we
'; have t i »o large .sizes', 50 cents and
j Si.oo. Remember, you oats obtain
- 1 Rex nil Remedies only at our stote
j —TLe Rexall Store. The S. R.
I Uiggs Drug Co.
Do not drag along with a kidney
(ailment that saps your suengbt
causes terrible had;aches, sleepless
ness, nervousness, and loss of ap
j petite. Take Foley Kidney Pills.
U Thty quickly cure all kidney niu!
bladder ailments. Saunders &
Don't Be Hoodwinked -
into the belief that bend and Oil baud
mixed is either as cheap or as good n.«
Pure paint made by modern machinery.
The analysis and Guarantee on everj
ir tells its own tale. Iluve you seen it?
_ FOR SALE BY
W. H. WILLIAMS '
Wllliamston, N. C.J
' ' • ' .
/■' . ' ■ _
KlL>|> bIGC j
Yoa can positively destroy .all ■
chicken lice and vermin with I
Pratt'* Powdered L»lco 1
Killer. Increase your poultry I
profits thia season by using PratU I
guaranteed hcc killer.
Prico 23c and 50c.
Anderfoii, Crawford & Co. , 1
J. L. H swell & Co. ■ i
C. D. Carstarplien & Co.
Free Poultry HooU and 1912 jj :
, Aim mac
RUPORT OK THE CONDITION OP Till! j
Bank of Robersonville
Roberscnville, N. C., at the close of b'js
Iness Fell, so, 19T2.
Loans and discounts . f $4,654 06
Overdrafts 2,669 67
Flanking house Jj,s4°o,V, fur
niture and fixtures >V 6o 4
Due from banks anil bankers 3a.5c9.53
Silver coins, etq, 2,997-75
-Capital stock f 15.000.0n
Surplus fund . 8.700.00
Undivided profits, less current
expenses nnd taxes paid 2,930 71j
Time certificates of deposit 12 316 3.' I
Deposits subject to check 57,207.82
Cashier's checks outi.tanding 250.60
„ Total * 96,435.45
Btatb of kohth c.»*oi:n, County of Martin. I
ss;—l, J. A. Miirll, canhier of tht a».ove
named l ack, do lolrtnnly mttr Chat the abovt
statement it true to the of my knowlolgt
and belief. J. A. MIZEJ.I,, Cashier
Correct Attest: J. C. Robertson. K. A.
Bailey, A. S. Uobersou Director*.
Subscribed and swjru to hefore me, thi* :7th.
day of Feb. 1911. J. C. SMITH
Rewrt of the Condition of the
Bank of Martin County
Willuniston, N. C., ot the close of btisi
-• ness Feb. 20, 19' a
Loans und Discounts ,150,684.29
: Overdrafts 6,104.25
AT) other stocks bonds, tntga 3,370.001
Fankiug house fur. and tixt'rs 1,850.00
Due fiom batilfg and baiikera
iSationid bank notes, eto. 55
Total — — f 203.392 $T
1.1 ABIMTIIiS .
Capital Stock I 1 ij.coc.oo
Surplus Fund 17,000.00 I
Undivided profits, less curcut
ex[n.'U«iei) aud tajoi paid 5,709.21 I
Notes and bill# it-discounted I,' 000.00
Time certificates of deposit $>>,316.56
• Deposits subject to check 1:1.156.54
/ Stjtcnf Koitli Carolina, County*if Slnrtin, i«s:
r, C. It. Oodwiu, C«» 1) f r if the ithove-neiued
"■ l.uuV,, dr. solemnly svrtiir tJiit ti c »Vve state
; *>eut 1* tr.ic to the best t'f iry k'i;«\:>)ttt ami
• belief. Q, H. GODWIN'. Cssluer
Correct—Altt-si: J, t.misril, \• .1 rr«a H.
llir-(.H, W. C Mil imiiljf, Dlttdot".
j hiibscribtil'rnd utor*> lobekte nie.thls sSilay
•if I'f" 1. Hurt us A. t niiher.
N' l **l v l übltc
i The Ideal Barber Shop
}J. U BARNHILL, Pup.
Wiilintnston 1 - North Crolina
• Snnlliiry hi Rnspoct.
• The Ideal Pressing Club
1?. R. BARNHir.L, I'top.
j Wiilinmstou - North Carolina
p All kind-; of Cleaning, I':ess
iug and Tailoring. Special at
tention v;ivt-it t«» I.adtis Gar
y. Rii'Rts, Club rates foe ir.cn—
t clothes enllid for an>! returned.
. Satisfaction Guaranteed!
Almost A Miracle.
Oue of the most startling changes
ever seeu in auy man, according to
I- \V. B. Holsclaw, Clarindor, Tex.,
19 was effected years ago io his brother.
"He had such a dreadful cough,'-'
• he writes, "that all our faimly
thought he was going into consump
tion, but he began to use Dr. Klog's
New Discovery, and was completely
cutcd by ten bottles, Now he is
sound aud well and weighs 218
pounds. For many years our
family has used this wonderful
remedy for Coughs and Colds with
excellent results." It's quick, safe,
reliable and guaranteed. Price 50
and $. 100. Trial bottle free
at Saunders & Fowden.
.w " x 4 ,
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V « .
A Convention of the Republicans ot Martin County is hereby
called to meet at the Court House in Williamston, on
J- / ;■ -- f . * ' :
| Monday, April 22, 1912
at 12 o'clock M. to elect delegates to the State Congressional and
Senatorial Conventions and transact such other business as may
*" . w -• r * - ' '
! come before it.
By order of the Executive Committee.
C. C. FAQAN, WHEELER MARTIN,
!&s!ss for Hatching
F R 0 M —v r
Mammoth Bronze Tur
keys, $3.00 and $3.50
"Ringlet" 8. P. Rocks
and Single Comb W.
Leghorn Eggs, Sl.OOand
$1.50 per sitting of 15.
$6.00 per hundred.
My Turkeys and Rocks won the
ribbons and special prize at
the Rocky Mount Poultry
Show, December iqtt
Oakhurst Poultry Farm,
__ R. I; , p. 3, WilLiamston, N. C.
I»y virtue of authoiity of a Deed of i
Tri'.Rt executed to u;e by lieniv Rrgers !
and wife, Maitlm Roger?, oa the 16th, I
' day of May, 150; and duly recorded in j
iitte Uegiiter't otT:c% in Martin County in I
' j Bock I'. P. I'. I'fgc 2 >6, to secure the J
j payment of a centaur bond bearing even !
| dati* tliiiewilh and the utiijuliitions in j
I j «aid Deed of Tnut not having been bom- j
plied villi, I sha'd at public auc
tion for cash on the 6tb, day of May, I
. 1912 r.t I J j'elov lt ct the Cui.rt. Home
j door i*i Williauis'.nii, N. C , the follow*
I i"S property.
Begiuuit);.: Lb'" Penelope Keys Cor
ner on tlie Main Strict, vhic'u is North
58 decrees East S*, ]H>les to a light wood
. .stob; thence South dogioes East 33
H-2.S poles to the Old Town lice; thence
South $6 decrees VvV -t 8 2-5 poles.
Thence North ?) decree' Wet 33 fl 35
II poles to the beginning containing one
I acre more or leas.
This the 3rd Day of Apiil, 1912.
\V. C. MANNING, '
'| J. B. SPELLER
J .. Dealer in
1 J Wood, Shingles Poultry, Kggs,
Furs, Wall Papa and
j Willi :mston ■ North Caroliua
EGGT?OR HATCHING - !
, : Hroni Five Good Breeds
> Single Comb
Rhode island Reds
Barred Plymouth Rocks
Silver and White
[ Settings of 15 Eggs
* SI.OO Delivered
r 75c at Home
, Satisfaction Guaranteed
addresser come to see
; dames D. Bowen
Route 1 Williamston, N. C.
■ V >.'W -I*. : . . r« f ' affe
Have Woolard to make your FLUES
and You will have the BEST
CARTS AND WAGONS
MADE TO ORDER
Wollards Combined Harrow and Cultivator
J. L. WOOLARD
WILUAMSTON, N. C.
I -sa—4 the —|
IfPenn Mutual Life Insurance Co.|
ijj* 1 PHILADELPHIA 2?
p Is a purely mutual company and is one 9;
ijj| of the Oldest. Safest, Sanest, and
lw Strongest Insurance Companies in "w
j IJI America
|5 % z
\m Noted for its liberal contracts and
large Dividends for its policy holders Jp
Is. A. NEWELL, Agents
:jj| I also represent several of the J
# strongest Fire Insurance Companies
I ; ■
bEEDS FOR SALE
( 35 cents per dozen—The Enterprise
j V~ (Continued from page i.)
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP _
Bennett, GH, 3 acres Isaac Walker land 5.07 1.30 6.37
Barnhill, Ferd, 50 acres Sher rod laud 3.16 1.30 4.46
Everett, Arden, 1 town lot, its. 1.99 1.30 3.29
Robert, Roundtree, acres land adj.C H Baker 1.21 1.30 2.51
Savage, Pennie, 4 acre land adj. C H Baker 20 1.30 1.50
GOOSE NEST TOWNSHIP
Hyman, JF, 49 acres load adj. J T Hyman 3.00 1.30 4.30
Long, LF, 75 acres land adj. Turner 6.00 1.30 7.30
Brown, Eli, 5 acres land, (E P Hyman) 36 1.30 1.66
, Ellisou, Shade, 5 acres Jones land .31 1.30 1.61
Howell, Dan L, 2 acres land (Fields) 3.24 1.30 . 4.54
Hooker, Ben, 50 acres Peterson land 2.40 1.30 3.70
Jones, George. 11# acres Jones land t.51 1.30 3. Si
Jone*, Richard, 1 town lot 5.15 I-30 jij
James, HA, 11 acres Jones land .79 1.30 a. 09
Kuight, Willie & Bro, 70 acres Brown land. 3.00 1.30 4.30
. Staton, Joe H, 25 acres Harrell land 3.80 1.30 5.10
Williams, Edward 12 acres land adj Green x 2.55 1.30 3.85
Watd, Henry, 12 acrefc land adj Wynu 2.16 1.30 3.46
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