North Carolina Newspapers

    FIND QUI
COLUMNS A TO 150S
HOMES OF >JIAKTIN COUNTY
VOLUME 24—NUMBER 93
. FARMERS INSUR
ANCE ASSOCI- !
A HON MEETS
- Z A
Annual Report Shows
Large Gain; Officers |
Elected
The ar.nva! meeting of the Fanners I
Mutual Fue IIUURMC Asaociatio..
• was held *1 tLe co«rt house Moi>uay.
"ike atteinlarre, f&r a cold day, v u '
li-rge, Baeml~:s •eh»s» present frotr
til parU cf, the GMUI l T
Tic annul report irtoweii a gan o. >
57 bk-i 'mc, carrying the tot— to, (
574. aad the z —oi»..t of insurance to ■
s777,Sic-00, witch is a gain of 93,71*»
over that of lsit year.
Ever;" phju-e of the annual repoil J
was very sstfsfartory and show- c!e-.r J
ly that fin? isurance can be h « :il.
, low cost. The Farmer s Insurance i oli- j
ri*m. also include damage by wind ai.d ,
lightning which is a step fui her
than «>her companies.
The following officers were ele ted,
for the year 1924: W. C. Manr i*g,t
pn«de.-ii, jik..iec L- Colttain, Sec e ,
tary-Trea&urer, Sylvester Peel, Sa...u |
dT. Evetet. a.uj Moyc F. Taylor,
ill rector.-- I
Supetv aiors are: J. F. Jackso* - , K j
G. Sexton, Jno. H. Bailey, Jo hu.. L
Colt nun. W W. Griffin, B. L Gardner, I
B. Me Manning,, Henr> Koberon.
Ilenj.y Feel Jos. H. Griffin, A. W.
Bailey James D. Bowen, J. S. Meeks,
W. H. Rogers, W. H. Edwards. J. A.
Ausban. J. H. D Feel. Henry Feel.
B. K_ Jenkins, A. E. Smith, T. A.
Bun'ing. R L. Taylor, M. P. Taylor.
Jo*, a Harrison. W. S. Rhodes, Ed-
Purns, T. B Slade. Jr., W. R. Eveett,
W. J. Johnson and N. F. Brown.
Agent* for the company are: Jas.
L. Colt tain, Mc G. Taylor, S. T.
Everett, and W. C. Manning.
CAR LOAD OF
MULES SOLD AT
AUCTION SAT.
Prices Paid Were Very
Low, Averaged A
bout $l5O. Each
A car load of young mulee were
here Saturday at noon in frimt
of the stable* of J. H Purvis ami
San to the accompaniment of a bras*
b-«L till
The mules were generally of goad
type and sixe and the prices s*emal
reasonable, but either the exceeding
ly cold weather or the fart that our
farmers prefer to buy in the old * ay,
which gives them more time to in
* vestign e and look the mules over.
n uftrl the tndd ; ng to be slow.
Some very fire mules were sold at
ak«t tilt and $l. r iO each.
BIGCS DRUG CO.
INSTALLS RAD •
The S. R Biggs Drug Compony ha*
jut installed a new radio set coding
aboot $300.00 from Mr. Lyman, the
Tlrn speech of Senator Harrison
|im out from the Pittsburg station
peowd to be very interesting to the
many listeners, the aet is capable of
pidrirg. up messages sent out from
Cuba and other far away stations.
TEXACO FILLING STATION
DISPOSING OF SILVERWARE
The Texaco Filling Station is offer
ing with each five dollar purchase
of gas or oil a handsome combination
aHcrware set for less than coat, or
* in other words, the management is
giving to its patrons a combination
silverware set
MISS FRANCES WILr
tfAMfi ENTERTAINS
(kadfjßßiling her house truest,
ApMary Hanty Charles, of Wash
■■■■ MBhB Frances Biggs Williams
kaphe to several of her little
ori*B mm Saturday afternoon front
mpfll ■* at the home of her
pVMMther, Mrs. Fannie Bigp ■
New Town.
The lovely home was decorated for
the wnriw with bowls of aarosai ad
pallid plants. The hostess waa
ed in entertaining by her not her,
Mia. Carrie B. Williams. Bridge fad
rook wen played. Hiss Susie James
■taking high score in bridge and Miss
Margaret Joyner in rook. They were
presented attractive bottles of per
fan* aad the gaest of honor was given
a boa af ehodates.
A salad coarse with sandwiches aad
fast chocolate and eiaaa was served at
the conclusion of the games aad then
the gaests eajoyed dancing for a
VMK iavited were: Miasms Sade
Jamee, Kuth Red, Margate* Joyaer,
Bhnbeth Garganos
THE ENTERPRISE
PLAN TAKING
! DEFINITE SHAPE
FOR EXPOSITION
To Be Better and Bigger
Than the One Of
Last Year
I All eyes in Eastern North Carolina
wi3 he centered on the big Exposition,
t it is 'o be held a' liik vii one week
' bej-Jiutf A» id 7th of this year, for j
tfce next three mo- iK rkns are fast I
's'iing dwi'e siutfe whicn indicate
! that tu> will oe up to the slogan,
"I'tve Soutti's Biggest Ekent of Its
■ kind™. Tnete isn't a better place in
! .-I! the e-atern part of the State to
j hold the big -S«>w than Kington. The •
Jixcellet* n»ti sy*'etn raiiating in
' every ,dir*t ion front this metropolis
I#'" Ea.- «■ a Car .Una, w«.l make it
j en-.' *"c« evenbuljr to go leat one day.
!r. »pe. Uistj; of the n ngram recently
.u it is I "*nr f k ; .« together for this
!Hr occa ,w , Se .e'ary B- tless said,
| "We had a wonderful exhibition of
• f ,: eh * >«!>•. lut it is going to be
ICV.II bigge thi jes r". Some out
f >ta u.ng Sar will oper he Exposition
■ on Monday nij.ht and then on till the :
I curtain falU Saturday evening there
[will be sorething doing bll the time
The ranmter ex pec's to get togeth
er a program that will appeal to
every class of pationage. and no ex
pense will be spared to bring this a
. bout
year, the first year, more than
■ ;>0.«00 square feet of floor space *a>
covered with exhibits of various
' kinds. This year the indications are
there will be more exhibits ard a
. bigger variety. An extra effort is go
ing to be made now to get a real
. gricultur. I show. Every county thai j
■ b a member o. the Eastern Carolina
Chamber of Commerce is entitled to
a free booth and this means that
inote th n fif'een countie> will haw
a chance to do some real first -«tas*
; dvertisi- g Tbey will be there and
you need not worry about that. East
ern Carolina will be there in no un
certain way.
r Every manufacturing pl'Jit in the
Sfa'r ought to have some floor space
at this big -how. It is :n excelled
way of putting before the outside
world. Eas*ern
i wonderful advantages.
I The turn stiles last year register
| ed 17,110 paid admissions with two
, rainy days. The attendance this year
! should run to SujOOO easily. They are
going to Kin.-ton, you bat.
COLD WAVE PLAYS
HAVOC WITH PIPES
The weather man gave the people
warning of a co'd snap bul because it
I did come a- promptly as was ex
pired our pe» ,-le did not heed anil
Saturday night a real plumbers snap
hit, sending the bulb down to ten de
• grecs, spattering water pipes and
burst'-g tanks ; n -nany places, giving
the plnmLer more jobs t' n he could
i hanJW.
> J. S. PAGE!: DIES
IN HOSPITAL
| Mr. J. S. Page died Friday night
. while andergoing an operation for ap
pendicitis. Mr. Page came to William
-1 4m to see a doctor and was told by
I>r. Warre-i that U'.less immediate re
lief was given he could not live but
, 'a few hours. He was rushed to the
Washington Hospital, but too late,
. for he was unable to stand the oper
' at ton and died on the table. Mr. Page
f had recently suffered several severe
1 attacks of asthma and that weakness
r may have had some influence against
* his case.
■ Mr. Page was a farmer 39 years old I
He married Mist Lida Moore, who with
four children survive him. He was
buried at the Mobley Lurying ground
J Sunday afternoon. Rev, A. V. Joyner
conducting the funeral
; MR. JOSHUA H.
HARDISON, DEAD
P
■ Mr. Joshua H. Hardison, of Smith
srirk*« Creek died Saturday night from
* lacaaoaia. Mr. Hardison was seventy
««■ yold. the last member of a
* large family of children. He had never
Harried. He was baried ia the family
" grave yeard Sunday, the funeral be
' «aj cnaAictod by Elder W. B. Harring
ton, pastor of the church at Smith
* **ks Creek, where the —ft had
* long been a member.
e
* CHERRY—JACKSON
Mr. Frank Cherry and lfiss lilli.
* Jacfaon. both of Old Fort, Beaufort
Cs*gy, am anitod in marriage Sua
■ day evening, December IS at tJK
* at the home of the bride's father,
® r Bag * v ' #f
r » TV many beautiful presents re
"•eerwad shew* the high esteem in which
J •bay are bald m their community.
Williamston, Martin Cqtinty, North Carolina, Tuesday, January 8. 1924.
SIOO,OOO PEACE HAN PRIZE AWARDED
Advocates Entering Wortd Court and Cooperation With League
Without Fuß—uwhuiNp at Present—Suggests League Mem
bership Be Opened to M Natians and Providea for ,
Devetapment of International Law.
The American Peace Award hroufht forth *2,165 piano
and man? thousands of ietten. Since many of the plans were
the composite work of organizations. universities, etc.. a single
plan often represented the views of hundreds or thousands ot
individuals. The content of these plans is therefore an inde v
of the true feeling and judgment of hundreds of thousands of
American citizens.
These ptaM tmmm tram wiy group
In Anrhcu Ufa. Soat are akrtMilj
from lifelong of UHMT and
lateraatloaal li«. Sob* an (Tua per
sons ■bo have KMM Uttla. hat aha
hare th*BMl>« wa u tall Ik*
Uvtag oat its trtcHf.
Bat tmoag tkaa all an tkeee •»
laut carnau: Ikau ■ war ta baa
•all; to be (maatal Ikara mmmt kt
a (ace a boat an tka part ( ttaaitliaa
la their attltodo toward It. that by
■oat progressive afrararat the au
ufactara sad panhaaa of tka aaal
tlona of war aM be Hatted or atop
ped; that whtla ao political »«rhaa
lam aloaa wOl taaare cooperattea
amoaf tka aatloaa. tfcerw aaat ha
aoma aachlaary at aaapa»a*laa tf tka
will to cocipaaata la to ke Made eSee
lira: that aaataal coaaael aaaang tka
aatloaa la tka raal kapa tar hi lac tag
a boat tha dlanvowal of war by the
opoa arowal af Ha ipal caaaaa aad
opoa dlacaaslon af tkaaa. aad • Bally
that thera aaat ha aaaa aaaat af
defining. recording. Wfrpntki aad
developlßg tka law af aatlaaa
Stat*m*mt mi Jmry of AmmrJ
Tha Jary af award taallaaa that
thera la aa *ae approach to a arid
peace. aad that It IB aeeeaaary ta roc.
oca lie ao* aaraly political hat alao
pajrhoioflral aad acaaowalc tact era
L INTKR THE HRMANINT COURT
That Um Cm4 Sum adkrre to lb* MauMU Court of latrrna
tlonal Jaotlco tar tW rioaiaa m| oadcr tko cm4Ulou Mated ky Secr»
1117 HwfeM u4 Pri lIIIM Hirttu ta Ntrury. IMS.
IL COO PC RATE WITH THE LEAGUE OP NATIONS. WITHOUT
FULL MEMBERSHIP AT PRESENT
Tkat vttkMt M«—!■» a M—kM mt Ik* Utiw af Nattoaa u W
yreMßt nulhalrl ikt I'MH SHIM doitniMM akould tilcM Ma
prrf at taoprralioa «tik tko Im|m ul propooe partldpatlM la Ike
work of Ma AmmM) aM C«mU aato tko foUewtac Mtiltloa* aM
Salagaortai of Miarn Doctrine
L Tko I'lM Raira aaiapta tho Lnfao af Nattoaa aa aa iMtwawr
of oaiaai raaaarl. kwt R will aaaaaao aa obligation to Mtoritn
with political taaauoao af policy or lateraal adrolalatratloa mt uj
lurrlfi ataio
la «Hi« Ha aSala with tkooo mt ether Stateo for tko preeer
Tatioo mt i lara aa4 tko |fioitlu of tko OMaooi welfare. tko
Ualte4 Stateo tasteta apoo tkf aafrcaardlnf of tko Mmiw Doc
trlaa aad doae Mt ak—SMI Ho tradlHoool attltade coacoralac
AaarVaa MtpMran mt tko OU World aaj 4on aot c loaaot to
iibah I to loa« tatabllahed poller ooacoraia* queottona m»rd»J
by It aa pardr Aaokaa to tko ranaofadaUna or Seclaloa of
other Poo era
Mo Military or Ecaaawlc Ferae
t Tkot tko oaly UM of naiakl- which aatloaa caa freely mat*
to apply to aot* otter M tko —0 mt Ptaca la tkat wklck ariaro
fioa taM—M, ft— ami Mtaaal. daa fall pobllclty. aad
rrao tko pow*r of pokllr -,ptaloa
Tko raited Statoo wwaM —1 ao okllcatioaa ander ArUclo X
la Ma preaeat foam, or wto Article XVI la Ita prroeat f»ra la tko
Coioaaat. or ta Ita aatal'ft form aa aow proposed aalna la aay
particular caaa Coaptoa kaa aotkortaod aack actloa
Tko Cattad Statoo prapuata tkat Artie 100 X aad XVI ka oMkor
diappad r" %"itor ao aaraW aad ckaasod aa ta ellaolaata !
aaj aiw inllaa of a gaaaral atmaiat ta aao coerctoa for oklala
|t| coaformity ta the pM|ra of tko Careaaal
Ma OkHpaHaao Varoolllaa Troaty
X Tkat tka DaMod Stataa oIU aarpt ao roopoaalkilMlaa aadar tko
Troaty of Taiaalflaa aaka ta aay parucalar caaa Oaacreaa kaa
■otkarlaad aack artki
- x Opoa ao AM Natlooo
I TW T'aMod trialm Garanaoat prapaaaa tkat Artlclo lof tko Cawo
aaat ka aoMtraM aad appMoM. or. If oara—ary. redrafted. aa tkat
lialiilia' ta tka f ~r| — akall ka aaaarod ta aay eelf-soraraias
State tkat wtabaa ta Ho aad tkat raeatroa tka faroraklo rata of
twe-thtrdo of tka AtaaMkty.
i Aa a 1 nodMlno mt tta parttrlpollno la tko wart aad coaaaala ml tko
Ltafao. tka Cattad Stateo oaka tkat tko Aaocaakly aad Cmaacfl oam
aoal —or iHi*a aatkorMy to keda collakorauoa lor tko reel it io
aad da 11 ln»» lat of tataraatfa.aol lav, oaploylas for tklo par poo a
tko aM at a Malia of Jartata Tkla t'oaaalaaioa would bo
directed ta 'iiathlt aaaw otMln rale* mt tko law of aallaaa. ta
qoately provtdad tar kat rtul ta tka ■alMroaaco of. iatmalioaal I
iuatlrc. aad Ik vowaral ta SoSaa tka aadal rl«hte aad datlea mt I
Stataa Tka mil ■ll litlaai of tka Caulaaiaa woaid ka pro j
baa Uaa ta ttaao. k prapar form for coaeMeratloa. ta tka
Aaooakty 00 to a taiaawfs M aot a kwaaklai body j
Artfcof. Hmmrn Net to Be —»—■
Until A lter MWWAM
la orin thai Ik* wu may betaken
HMJ lk« emtte tke I*"-
tk« rtUcr Coaamltten. wttk toe ae
OtMco« of Mr. Baft, tat MM
Mt to «MlM* Ut —tartMl of tk«
flu ■«' 11 after tk* ralmtat The
•f tka Jary mt Amur* mm i ttrNl9
*"jOHN W DAYIS
LKAfUtED HAND
Do you approve the wiaaiag P>u Yea □
ta rmbstmmref No □
#
CfliMi prtM)
Address 7 ;
City State .r .
Are you a voter? j
THE AMERICAN PEACE AWARD .
, -to ■>aaw AVOHIK. MBW VMK cm
i Tke only poialhla pathway to :•«
aatioaal a|inaaaaßt with reference to
these com plicated and dlSUalt toe
tora la throngh aaataal coaasel »ad
i coo i 'ratten which the plan selected
i coßteaplateo. It IB therefore the
aaaaiaona oplnhw af tke Jary that
of the S2.ltt plana aahaaltted. Plan
Nam her 14CS ta tke haat practicahlo
ptaa hy which tke Dated States nay
, co-operate with other aatloaa to
, achieve and praoaiwa the peace of the
world ~
n la tke aaaataaaa hope of t*»e Joey
Hut the flrat fruit af tke mutual cout*
eel and uiapai atlun aawaf the natiowa
■kxk will raautt frern tko adoption af
, tke plan aetected will ho a pawaral
I prohibition of tfce manufacture and
, sale of all ntaterlata af war.
DJHF ROOT. Ckalrmaa
> JAMBS OVTHRIK HARBORD
I EDWARD M HOt'SK
p ELLEN FTTZ PKXIII.KTON
i KosroE porxn
r WIIJJAM ALLEN WIIITB
f BRAND WHITLCK'K
Tfca Oueatlon ta So Voted Upon
Tke aahataatlal ptwvtelona which
eeaaUtato the ptaa BtteteJ hy the
J Jary of Award, and opoa which the
, vote of the Amerlcaa people la ashed.
I ore hereby aahaaltted by tha Foltcy
L ICoaoilttee aa followa:
VILLUM H. JOHNSTON
■STHEE EVERETT Lift
Clurf)
NATHAN L MILLOI
Kit oirroao PINCHOT
Ktt OGDEN |EU>
MRB fIANKUN D IOOSIVILI
HENET U BTIMSOM
MELVILLE E BTONM
MBA nu.VK A TAMURUF
OOUdMCI N m JR.
FAMERS AND MER
CHANTS BANC HAS
GOOD STATEMENT
A REAL BANh IN A REAL TOW N ,
IS TO BE SklD OK THE
F. AND M BANK HERE
What denies more pro.»prii\ ami
idvarceme t than a sta ment « given
out by trt"e Fire « Merchant
in thi- issue? T 1 ts o
* hi- bank -how an inrrea- lp( i m
•i-ml4e "f tbotse of l!»2i and \h«*y c -n
ti"ue to tfirt*. The Fa rm" v- '
Merchants has the dist'ret n f!e f
".he Ir ryest kanV in n C" t. a"-'
"he rank ait the !e:i h. U ..
he e&*tem part of t v e st ;• Sire,
its est bailment it has en ioi •>. ;.
-our*! eikl sfa !.. giow*h. L'i" K '
Ves* of -eiMre ulonc with t -tiile>
With it- pre er." atuf'" of t
vill owtriie. * o t-j he enlarir
d an-1 -ei\e the peop'e of thi- r'nd
esehbonne counties
COAST LINE
OFFERS BEST
ACCOMODATIONS
\TI.\NTH . OIAST LINE TK \IN
STtH'S It IK BklO'S
' SHOES
W> hate liveil fast f r years that
we feel that are riM« aforil to wait
a minute for anything dior of a fr-»
of lif (or lnth. Stre«*t cars have pull
nl ani «i'h p.t~M'npr- with on*
fwt on a«vi one foot off an.i railriKiil
* ran" -prr: away with |»atitii»K pus
•«"i(-v-r aiirfost ah»l«! of (he t.a'il rail,
mi ~o everything has moved alanj;
'ike Hork «mi for several years
Howeier. the lipht of *e nWen dau
•nay aacr.:n HP i!a\vi>imr, .«««I it wj.-
he r»"H oM A. C. I. tha' is show
•nr -it*« of it. I .it *wk i- its mom
nr train -kniftl came to a 1 ull
■top ait'l Wt off one of its passengers,
a ro'ot*>l woman, to run a few blacks
•loan w of tlx- titM-' - of tin- town
to pet a pair of the baby's shoe- that
--he hat forrott'-n to | ;o k in her imp
She Ciiw Kiit in a liuiry, thi^ J _l«ell
-MIIMM. the whistle tioteil a'>l the
"nun moved on ami nohmly wrs n-xie
he w»r>e off. so ft KapM'-l
This nrfiiir ls «t nf o|e of tin* powl
•JM days ahen «ne asked how lo'ipr
w«.!il lb> tram -t"P at the next sta
ofi and te was told that depended on
:he roaaghfo* of the beef or how hot
the roff«e was. 1 has is ju-t almut the
arne thii as vreitinfr for a Woman to
•rt hr apparv! n;elhei. for wtint is
torn than a woman * The Cap'am
•ed* b««nblr mention, for there rart
ew of tha* t)(e now a dii\s.
JOE DAVID CORKY
I (IKS AX HIS HOME
!•>.«iii rusHli IKOM I-\I:I
NOMA; WAS IMU IIKI'KND
KM KOI KAMI I.)
afitr a w»«-k' illiies.-. with
paieumonia Ji*- Itavid ("or-> ilwrt 'sl
Ku- (M.IIH- near Smithnirks Creek. Mr
fttr) »»- 34 in rs itlil an.l the HHI
«.f kiwnit Curvy jfi'l Sail c A. Corey.
110 (j'Ur a Civil War \eterin ami
ikMk me*4 mother with a IJiml fitter,
t>4iM y**m to tin- adne>3 of
■Jw f»«- to «ee the on!V nn-»nl««T of
i family who i.. riot practically help
j«i"kern away. He will !«• hurie'i
after«n at tl.«- lice grave \r.rd
|Y*uiMiia htr btmmu- MHMwhal
u epidemic in that mlion of the
•MHIV A Wv- Bomber of people
I »e IM it .i*l Mtml have died.
LOCAL NEWS OF
BEAVKR I>Al%*
M»~-r> W. A. BarrbuitKs, Alonz«.
1., yi.t., Ira I'mt aid Marvin I'm!
«tciH ta WtaUvton Thunday.
J • Mr. John CuHiphei was the gufs; of
i Mi»> Hihla liur rough- Saturday evan
* ■»
Mr. Kiioer Chfe-x.n m»ored to
rlieretts to attend to business Friia\
Master Julian lla> n r .-pent Salar
* lay i-.rht with Ma--t«i Sudan llur
OUL**-
Hr»n. Haywowi Ku(rf-r», Lestf
lotrrrf. Minra IJoeers a> d |ra Pfc >
( 'Weml to Wtduiiirtpn 'Saturday
Mr. Ikliie Cullipher motored to Wil
iaMon Friday on burire-s.
Mr J| 4 njrj kufrn, of Willianwtor.
>j«it the week end with his parent*.
m Srlwol opened at llunouirh.> School
- Wednesday morning with a good at
KKtame.
> Mrs. Sylvester Ra> nor .-pent Sunday
* amar with ner sister, Mrs. W. A.
Barrawkc.
! Maui Minna Rojrer.- and Lester
j Rdfrr- motored to Hear Ows Mon-
I «*a> asonung.
a Mrttn G. B Simp.-on and Dennis
J Siapwo vent to Williamston yeater
• tar «m
:
PUR HALE: Ft IK I) SKUA V, PRAC
tiaOy M. Will aell right for rack.
W. E. DUNN.
JUKY LIST FOR
SPECIAL TERM OF
SUPERIOR COURT
Special Term Of Court
To !*ast Two Weeks;
Civil Cases Only
Ft '!• « r* is a list of the jurymen I
» T cc*«i tor tlw * «ul term of Su
perior .iM i ;■» he 1 eld for two week
• sn> n sr K« 4th.
A « . fits s> a. L l>. Gardner. An
drew A.k« . Simon E. t'nrfy. Jaa.
' ■ oit .« i. S. J Lalley. Jowpph L
"= a . \ . Bonn. C. H Cow
n. !• ! l.u»rr> V. l_ Tay'or. Walter
I' Vix- .t, \. A Roberson, Arch
tir.fTin. S. C. A~«!rfw-. W. K Rober
oti. K V i liaioi iU»-, G. R Haidip
o! ; ffi.it w««*k
Ar. u. K. 1-iiSey. L R Gardner. C.
C. J. S. Jofes. Joe E. Gnftn.
J«h:> >\ Bailey. C. W. ketth. W. C
Manniir, A. R White. Gonion L
ißa le\. J. W. W\nn. J. W Hardy. J
\ Kwhurk. Jr . M K Smith. IVnnis
Price. \\ J1 (ir»-en. C 11. Gnmes, J.
!.. Italian! for the eronii week.
FIRE DESTROYS
TRINITY CHURCH
IIA M AGE AT SCOTLAND NECK IS
KSTIM \Tfril AT VMM*;
INSI RAVCE SUM
Scotland Sefk. X C, Jan. 7. Kitv
Iv'icvrt! to have 1 from a W»r
--.r fuin>f» ciusal the 'ir**rwt
.i- tcniaj a W-rn«>on of Trinity
-!j i copal c Iwrfh. TV U»-s is fsti
V ;• rnMO with SISjPOO in>ur
\re.
:''f life which bad Ti.lw , lj- h«n
.1 or for -.-me time, n. dixw
• I .. l «»ut 4 o'clock. Nunc of the
. \.itch furii-lang- *fir M>ol ei
cept onie .of the altar linen and
oine of the The-e were
a chest in the \estry room and
«'ue .-aved by Mi« I aura Clark and
' I- Josey
'VstiW*il in the fire *a-- the »aJ
u.«l»le |»pe .-ntan. .-e%ea
—*rs asm, and Half dasen or more
n * iu-n>otial v. ...low-,
'he chutva v.l.icTi wa- completed in
■ 'v\7 vjb Su'H af er the destruction
tire forty \eat> ajro of Old Tnaitj
hutch, iw-ar hre.
ITEMS OF THE TOWN
Mt» M il! : ia Halt left M.-n.L-t ■
, . iMM. fi-> Wi" -«t« to tf .unif htr
«• •• - \tlai.s»c t"«nstu:i
M lame- i Jiii, lyft Sumiay wrn
~«* .r lllir
Mi » K!ot«e of Wind-oi
, i ' r. f • h a>> l»e e S-jn>lay after
Mr. IE. A. Tomibrwi. Jr., t«i>n on
hr Iml'tfliwn ni2ikrt M>«
.lay aftcii. -■> Hum k ;>v ll!-. A iwir
hr has I»m. , c (i- g Ikr 1. jkliy>.
Mr ll*i Janii-. of iiubersoiiville »a
--\ »>tor ktir \*kt nU).
Mr. IKirwafl ttrrrtl, of Koiwr->-n
ville *i- a ibilur in "ll luan >( lri
•toy.
Mii- Martha AlxlriM«l left SuH"i»)
morniitj? for (irerfuboto »hfrt die
will ruulutbc her -todies at (ir«*s
huro • olleffe 4,,
Mr. Ji.inr- .-fcr has accepted a
po-ition m ith the |jixl>lri loe ar»l
fuel Company.
Mi-s Man l.lhri»lrr Kay. Mr.
I harlrs Sawyer and Sleie Kinaey. of
Utnl'-or »fre vMors bete Sunday
afternoon.
Mr J. K k«kurk, of near llamiltor.
was a visitor here Morula).
Mr G M White of the local hurh
way •l«-portrnei>» has been transferred
to Wa-hiartoa. H> maay friend- re
U«t his leaving.
Mrs. W. K. Ifam- aav-l Slu> Sal lie
llarri- motored to Washiiiirton tki.
' afternoon.
Mr arwl Mr> Kohert F lleyilentMrk
arrive*! yesterday from: .StawilM. Va.
where Mr-, lit ..lenrearh ha- been risit
in; relatives She was met by Mr.
Hev«lef> reict' in Rocky Mownft.
M - James Mar.mnf returns thi
aPtr .«on for (jahl I"or.it. where he
IS teaching in the .-chool there.
Ml*.- Mar> Harvey , Charle-, of
Washington. aho spent the week ml
with Mis Frances Williams returned
to her home yesterday,
it Mis- Khea aM Mr. Swt* Kmnov.
of WMw, were in t»t SmJajr
Mr*. W. T- Hunter returned Satur
day to t'ariaret, .V,J after spewdtnr
 hri-tma.- here with her dauarhter.
Mrs. J. G- >K-lar.l
Mr. an.l MR, D. Cdlu Karnes aad
little son. Collm. Jr. returned to their
home in Murfree-harw Monday after
-peiwlinr *he holidays hen with Mrs
Irene Smith-
Mr Arthur 1 an-Wsoa aad fciaadna
Oscar Andersua. Jr.. ipeat Sunday is
Rocky Mount
WATCH l-ABE OK PAPER
I Watok the laU mm )w Ok
week and and h a rmtcL It «9
be kick!, i||ii ill I
WATCH THE LABEL ON VOIR
PAPER. IT CABBIES THE DATE
YOl'B SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRES
ESTABLISHED 1898
COMMISSIONERS
MET IN REGULAR
SESSION MONDAY
First Meeting To Be
Held This
Year
j The Beam of Gw4y Commission
er.-. met in maljr sevioe yesterday,
it b«-:nir ihe first »wt:B){ of the year.
AH member* of the board were pres
ent. ard X* a whole :be omting u>
of much impoßxve. The foUcviK
business *«- pbml before the board
and »pa .-M upon:
It was ordered that the payment of
I>.jo be ma.se to Dr. II L Lt»r-|t for
1 "inner HaisE.p for bf-jjrr work.
W. M. Powetl was mstol free
pedlers in Slar»*!t eoetty.
By onler of Ihf bvar>l W. C. Whitely
was r»!ra.-e-i 'iwa If* pa;, ment rf
taxes on Soft' 09 soH est cmclfs im
properly lifted
H I. k from
payment of taxes on fHW'O solvent
credits improperly Stated.
On.Vrnl that paM nrseeticir- to be
SeM by the IVpafmerl of Afticul
ture be a.f\ertt-e*L
The sum of }2)H' wa* donated to
the North Carolina Children* Home
Society.
V. K Ta- "or ar>! J G Karahill
were appc " t#d to in\eftira!e the
building of a bridge 09 the Williams
tor. Tarbor- road.
Karnie lUieiwf wi- idrx«! fr«n
the payment of $1 0»" k tax.
Onlered by the bui>! the J. W.
Banning he released frwa payment
of tax oa to"*' >• worth of land im
properly luted.
AGED COLORED
WOMAN FREEZES
TO DEATH SUNDAY
Laved Alone In Small
Hut Near The
Court House
Utue Sletr-»i_ an apt*) colored
j««mafi. died from cold at her oUI
home one tliik the court
Sunday. Vk'tth the of "aunt"
Ii«»e pes another of the 4-1 lard
roarh - of W She wa» of a
fan ih of free Wftve* a?-d «a- Tiee
hxrn. the daughter of M4oriah and
IVtiny hey*. SKe aas rai-ed by the
H> nai family which n> one of the
leading families of the t»wn at that
time. She ma» mo-t earfctr >Mr> old
iixl eeaerally he&J ■■ high ir-f((t by
twth white and nAtfl |>rople.
Subtil aflrmm aim of her
neighbor- tainfl her to cariy
her fiol they fi vm'-t ker alnwt-t in a
frozen >tat an-! tnaif to wa-m
her the tml Sic ka Inol in the
little -Hack mo-l all her li'e and a-
W. She ha.- «» daurfater lit .n* ta
pnniffM.t. Ma— lt.kni|rfl will
■wt take ptacv- jMiI 'he af ma! ..f her
tauifhter. it a- nMr>
WILLIAMSTON DE
FEATS AY DEN IN
TBASKET BALL
Will\M.Vn»\ tlHe> ANOTHER
YKTIMU AND MIhES IS SIX
STRAIGHT; St l»Kt: M 3
M ill am-lua -wf^ated Ay iea here
Friday nirht a a fa-t game
by the score of *1 to 21 This makes a
total of lit «m aad a* I iir« to the
credit *' the Meal towa team. The
fuse iu well ail the way
nroorfc. but the -«o»e hould have
heen murh lancer, for the Weal Iran
»*» harily d ia pu-ut and the
>hu«ii« was poor ia »everal raies,
Orleaes aad Kntt led bath team* ia
point., -ecunre |o points each Has
-dl was aext with h pu*u The mth
vnhsal stars for Aydea wet* Harring
toa. Piesmtt aad Hooks.
BEAR (i'RASS NEWS
Mr-si- Gilbert Etm ud B. O.
* '«**■ ka> firtiiirn (W liimlm i —.ll
'urmerK «ntd fcy Messrs EdMad
Hairb ud R. A. I'oiln
We inr to knr lh«t Dr. ud
Hn- C. T. Ifnlwk km icuuaai to
Bear Gtati to Bake it their home.
Nttsn. Ckariw wd Back Ksftnwi
«* room f Uk m Crfc'i ttnkp
'«■ »« 1 ijil
u«al to m In ■ili i I amd flj
Mr, Ira tipn ■Umi to Enntti
■a ton '
« Om MJ X.
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