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VOL. XIV. NO. 39
Hugh B. York, M. D.
Microscopy, Electrotherapy, X-
Ray, Diagnosis, Specialties
Office on Smith wick St., rear Blount Bfo.
Office hours, 8 to 10 m. m., 7 to 9 p. m.
Office 'phone 60 - Night 'phone 63
Win. E. Warren - J. S. Rhodes
Drs. Warren & Rhodes
Physicians and Surgeons
Office in Biggs Drng Store - 'Phone ?9
Jos. H. Saunders, M. b.
Physician and Surgeon
Day phone 53 - Night phone 40
Williamston, N. C.
Dr. R. L. Savage
of Rocky Mount, will be at the
Atlantic Hotel fourth Wendnes
day in each month to treat dis
eases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE
and THROAT and FIT GLASSES
A. R. Dunning - } C. Smith
Dunning & Smith
Williamston, N. C.
Robersonville, N. C.
Burrous A. Critcher - Wheeler Martin
Wheeler Martin, Jr.
Martin & Critcher
Williamston - North Carolina
S. J. Everett
Greenville, N. C. - Williamston, N. C.
Greenville Long Distance Phone 328
S. A. NEWELL
Attorney at Law
Williamston - North Carolina
Attorney at Law
Williamston - North Carolina
John E. Pope
Life, Fire. Health, Accident, Live Slock
Real Estate - Brokerage
Williamston - North Carolina
Office on Main Street
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t . Glub . .
O. C. Price, Manager
Phone No. 58
q up o-Date Cleaing, |
Pressing, Dyeing and
Very careful attention
|giveh to Ladies' Kid
Gloves, Fancy Waists
Coat Suits and Skirts
qßlClub Rates for Men.
Clothes called for and
£| Agents for Rose & Co.
V Merchant-Tailors, Chi
tSb*o. in a
The Martin County Teachers'
Institute closed last Friday after
noon. The attendance was
splendid and though the weather
was extremely warm, the atten
tion of those who entered was
marked. There were about forty
two' enrolled before the term end
ed. Prof. Bachman, who con
ducted the school, gave thorough
instruction in those things nec
essary to the training of a
teacher. Miss Sue Fulghum, who
instructed in the primary grades,
was forced to leave after several
days, having been called to Balti
more to the bedside of her
mother, who is very ill in Johns
Hopkins Hospital. But for this
unfortunate circumstance, the
Institute would have been second
to none in the State in its value
to the teachers. Miss Fulghum
is one of the most successful
teachers in primary work in
North Carolina, and her work in
the Institute complete in
Prof. R. J. Peel tendered the
teachers and the young people of
the town a reception at the Lotus
Club on last Wednesday evening,
which was very enjoyable. A
pleasing programme was render
ed and refreshments were served
before the close of the hours.
Prof. J. JD. Harris, of the
Rocky Mount schools, was here
several days and his work proved
helpful to the Institute. Those
in attendance took an examina
tion on the work during the two
Breaks His Ankle
The county at large will regret
very much to learn that Judge
Francis D. Winston broke his left
ankle last Wednesday night. It
occurred at his home about 8:30
o'clock. He was coming down
the stair-steps and when on the
fifth step from the bottom his
heelcaught and he fell practically
the full length of himseif, break
ing one bone and deslocating
another in his left ankle. For a
man his size and weight it is sur
prising that he did not injure
himself more, and in this his
friends throughout state will re
joice, regreting that the accident
is as bad as it is. The doctor
was immediatly called and dress
ed the wound and remained with
him the night through, and he is
now doing as well as could be ex
pected and resting as comfortably
as possible considering the ex
treme warm weather and his
large phipique. It is hoped he
will be able to be up about the
house in two weeks.
This is the second time he fias
hurt this same leg. Some years
ago he broke a sinew and was
forced to use an elastic band and
suffered from it for several
weeks. Windsor Ledger.
Organiser Rfcmseur Here
On Tuesday night of last week,
Hubert Ramseur, Orgairfzing
Sec'y of the N. C. Just Freight
Rate Association, met a few in
terested citizens at the City Hall
and formed an organization
for Martin County.
Owing to local conditions, only
a small number of the business
men were present, but the inter
est here in the movement is
strong as freight discrimination
has been going on for years at
this place. After a short talk by
Mr. Ramseur, who carefully ex
plained the objects of the meet
ing, the following were' elected
as officers of the Martin County
Association: Geo. W. Blount,
President; P. F. Apfel, Vice-
President; JohnL. Haßsell, Sec'y.
WILLIAMSTON, N. C., FRIDAY, JULY n. 1913
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A Delightful Occasion
On July 3rd., Mrs. Wheeler
Martin, Jr., was hostess in honor
of her sister, Miss Helen* Poteat
and Mi's. Francis Hassell. The
handsome residence was decorat
ed with the National colors—Old
Glory waved in the Southern
breeze, showing forth the patrio
tism in the heart of the home.
On the arrival of the guests, a
ticket was given to each and Jthe
one holding the corresponding
number was the partner. Then
books were distributed and the
guests took an imaginary trip,
making en route a tourist's book.
From magazines furnished, the
guests selected their route, ire
sorts, hotels, menus, etc. When
these were finished; they were
attractive souvenirs. After the
booklets were completed, the
guests were invited out on the
verandah, where iced tea with
salad was served. The second
course was delicious ice cream and
cake completing a most refreshing
menu. Later the guests depart
ed with the thought that the oc
casion was one of the most de
lightful during the season.
Died in Norfolk
News reached here by wire on
Thursday that the death of Mr.
Jack Brown had occured at St.
Vicent's Hospital early that morn
ing Mr. Brown was desperately
ill in the spring, but avoided an
operation for appendicitis. On
Wednesday of last week he went
to Norfolk accompanied by his"
brother-in-law Charlie Moore, and
later was operated on by Dr.
Payne. His condition was a!
serious one as the operation show- 4
Mr. Robert Brown went to
Norfolk Wednesday night, but
was too late to see his brother
alive. His body was brought
. Embroidery Club
Mrs. A. R. Dunning entertained
the Emboidery Club at her home
on Main Street, Tuesday after
noon. The honor guests were,
the Misses Bethea; of Florence, S.
C., Mrs. Alonzo Hassell, Mrs. C.
B. Clark, of Durham; Mrs. J. P.
Simpson. There were pleasant
conversation and fancy work to
make the hours pass to the enjoy
ment of each, and the host&ss in
vited the guests in the dining
room where salads, tea, pickles,
saltines, sherbet and cake were
served. To each was given as a
souvenir of the occasion, a unique
powder book especially suited for
travel in the summer. These
were attvactivily made and their
usefulness rendered them accept
300 Gallons in a Month
Referring to the recent capture
of blind citizens who live in Will
iamston and get their booze at
Spe''ers Ferry, The Windsor
Ledger comments on the number
of gallons thus:
"It is said this has been going
on for some various men
in Martin county having liquor
shipped to Speller's Ferry, in
Bertie county. And tjiat the
i books of the agent show that
over three hundred gallons of
liquor have been shipped or re
ceived there in the last month.
; This is the biggest haul yet made
in this or the nearby counties,
and will no doubt put a quietus
to the ilicit traffic, for a while at
least, if not altogether, certainly
to using Bertie landings as a
subtefuge and creating the im
pression that the business is car
ried on this county." j '
Oak City Items*
N. C. Hines, of Dunn, spent
Saturday night with his father,
J. L. Hines.
The Misses Elinor and Helen
Hines are spending some time at
their grandfather's home.
Miss Anna Mae Harrell left for
Mr. and Mrs. T. C.'Crispspent
Sunday with their son.
Wheyland Casper spent the
latter part of last week at home.
Mr. J. D. Daniels spent last
week in Norfolk.
The little Misses Mddena An
drews, of Ocean View, and Helen
Everett, of Robersonville, are
spending the week with Dare and
Beatrice Daniels. ,
Glasgow Evans, of Tarboro,
I was here Monday to see his son.
Marvin Everett and Wheeler
Daniels spent last week in Rober
G. C. Weeks and family, of
Scotland Neck, spent Wednesday
here with relatives.
Lawrence Stalls and mother, of
Williamston, were here Tuesday.
J. A. Hobbs, of Williamston,
spent Sunday here.
W. K. Hurst and wife spent
last week in Tarboro.
On Monday evening at the home
of Miss Lettie Critcher, the Pnil
atheas of the Baptist Sunday
School entertained the members
of the Baraca Class. There were
other guests and the occasion was
% «rost pleasant one. Games and
music made the hours pass joy
ously to every one present. These
two classes are very enthusiastic
and form an important part of the
Sunday School work.
Ice cream and cake wereoerved
and thoroughly enjoyed. At an
hour all too soon for the guests,
the good nights were uttered and
so ended another delightful meet
ing of the two classes.
USE OF CALOMEL
Dangerous Drug Giving Way for
Safer, More Reliable Remedy
Hundreds of people in this
vicinty alone have stopped the
use of dangerous calomel when
their liver is acting slowly, and
take Dodson's Liver Tone instead.
Dodson's Liver Tone is always
safe and has none of the bad
after-effects which so often follow
the use of calomel. It is a plea
sant-tasting vegetable liquid that
starts the liver gently and surely,
and relives constipation an bili
ousness and causes no restriction
of habit or diet.
Many preparations have sprung
up that imitate the claims made
for Dodson's but re
member Dodsoe's Liver Tone is
the tried and tested remedy that
has proven such a good medicine
and is so satisfactory to every
user—is the reason these imita
tions are on the market.
Dodson's Liver Tone cannot
hurt anyone and if it fails to do
all that is claimed for it Saunders
& Fowden who sells it, will give
your money back with a smile.
Not Out of The Race
Those who attended the races
at Battleboro, saw a Martin
County horse take everything in
sight. Limber Twig, formerly
owned by Dr. Warren, but now
in the possession of W, G. Barn
hill, of Everetts, exhibited some
of his old-time vigor and showed
Mrs. R. H. Salsbury spent
Tuesday in Scotland Neck.
Miss Bessie Roberson has re
turned from* the Institute at
Miss Gladys Cherry from Speed
is visiting Misses Julia and Louise
Mrs. Frank Roberson visited
her daughter, Mrs. Buckman, in
Washington last week.
T. C. Hyman, of Wilson, and
Henry Cherry, of Speed, were in
Mrs. Lou Lawrence, who spent
last week at the home of her
brother, R. H. Salsbury, returned
Mrs. M. E. Starling spent sev
eral days in Robersonville last
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson
spent Sunday in Oak City.
Little Miss Callie Mae Rober
son, of Robersonville, spent sev
eral days with Grace Starling
Misses Alma and Selma Flem
ing are attending the summer
school at Chapel Hill.
Miss Nannie House, of Stokes,
was here last week visiting
J. H. Eubanksand family, who
had their home burned last week,
have moved into the Gordy house
on the edge of town.
Miss Myra Fleming spent a
few days at Stokes last week.
Miss Vivia Reeves has just re
turned from a visit to her sister,
Mrß. Wiggins, of Tarboro.
R. H. Salsbury and son Robert,
have returned from a trip to
Washington, Baltimore, Gettys
burg and other Northern cities.
Miss Minnie Bryant, of Gold
Point, visited the Misses Rober
son this week.
J. H. Johnson spent last week
in Oak City.
A. R. Haislip attended the re
union at Gettysbury last week.
Miss Laura Salsbury is attend
ing the summer school at Green
Miss Nina Whichard left Mon
day for her home at Stokes.
Roy and Lucius Ward were in
Carl A. Tranham spent the
Norman Powell from Tarboro
spent the week-end here.
Fred S. Powell spent Saturday
and Sunday near Hassell.
D. S. Powell, L. L. Roberson
and J. L. Speight went to Willia
Mrs. L. M. Savage returned
home from Sanford Saturday af
ter a visit there to reletives.
Mrs. William Gray and children
of Greenville, spent Thursday
with Mrs. R. L. Nelson.
Miss Bernice Teel, of Everetts,
spent the week with her aunt,
Mrs. J. H. Bryan.
Willie Stokes with a party of
friends notored here Sunday.
Mrs. Jennie Brown spent Fri
day in town.
The members of the M. E.
Church gave a picnic on the
Fourth for the benefit of the Sun
the other entries his heels. He
was driven by Ben Whitley, of
Washington, who is a veteran
horseman, and Limber Twig
easily won against younger and
supposdly faster racers under his
Si.oo a Year in Advance
George Brown is visiting Dr.
and Mrs. Long.
Mrs. Arrington Kitchin and
children are visiting Mrs. J. B.
Mrs. E. B. Darden has return
ed to Norfolk.
Misses Rachel and Helen Ed
moudson visited Mrs. Noah Shep
herd in Rocky Mount last week.
Mr. Austin, of Enfield, spent
several days in Hamilton this
Mrs. John Haskett and daugh
ter, Hilda, of Kinston, are visit*
ing Mrs. B. L. Long, 1
Mrs. Henry Avent, of Rocky
Mount, is the guest of Mrs. Flem
ing this week. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Sherrod
spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Salsbury.
P. L. Salsbury returned Thurs
day from a trip to Lynchburg,
Natural Bridge and Luray Cave,
Sherrod Salsbury and family
with Miss Lillie Way Baker and
Sherrod Baker visited Enfield
last week. /
F. L. Haislip spent Friday and
Saturday in Norfolk.
Richard Slade and family re
turned to their home in Colum
bus, Ga., last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Coon Andrews
have moved from here to Wash-'
ington, where he will go in the
grocery business having sold out
here to Thurston Pippin.
Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Fleming,
Mrs. J. P. Boyle, Miss Hurlbuet,
Miss Lillie Way Baker, Mr. Sher
rod Salsbury and family: Messrs.
Pat Davenport, Horace Ellis,
Charlie Perkins and Willie Sher
rod attended the races at Battle
boro on the Fourth.
Bear Grass Items
Death visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Rogers on the
2nd. instant, taking away a little
Miss Maud Powell, of Gold
Point, spent Sunday with Miss
Wiley Rogerson, of Roberson
aille, was in town Wednesday on
W. S. Bailey, of Norfolk, was
Friday and Saturday.
A. B. Rogerson, of Everetts,
spent Sunday witn his parents.
J. S. Peele, of Everetts, was in
Miss lettie Roberson spent Sun
day in the country with her sis
Charlie Cratt has returned
from Western North Carolina,
where he went for his health
which is improved.
Mr. Joseph F. Taylor, of Wash
ington, has received the appoint- -
meet of clerk to the Finance Com- -
mittee of which Senator Simmons
is Chairman. The position was
made vacant by the resignation
of A. D. Watts, who has been ap
pointed Collector for the Western
District. Mr. Taylor was a ean»
didate for the position of Collect
or for the Eastern District now
occupied by Wheeler Martin, Sr., .
of Williamston. His candidacy
developed some opposition, and a ;
vacancy occuring in the clerkship .
he was tendered the job and ac- -
ceptad. The salary is $3,000 per *
year. Mr. Taylor has many
friends here who will be pleased
at his appointment,.
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