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ADVERTISERS WILL FIND OCR
COLUMNS A LATCHKEY TO 15M
HOMES OP MARTIN COUNTY
VOLUME XXV—NUMBER 7
DIES AFTER A
Deceased A Prominent
Woman Of Craven
—r« Martha Elisabeth Wadsworth
of Qa»ea cMßty died at the hams of
her daughter. Hia. J. W. Watt*. Jr.
hi Williaasstaa on Wednesday aijkU
Mrs. Wadsworth has been here far
the past several Months. Having beea
Ta* — ill here while visiting her
daughter and going from here to the
ho i pit al in Near Bern where it was
f■ an I that she wsA suffering from
cancer. She waa then carried to Nor
folk where she waa given the radium
treatment bat it was too lata to pro
lag her life for any length of tin*.
The deceasad was a member of a
prominent Pitt toantj family. She was
the yoanguat daaghter of the late
Major John Peebles of near Falkland
ami Josephine Broadus Preble* of
Virgi-ia. She was bora at 'hp old
family home at Falkland on June 25.
1874. where she lived until her mar
riage to Mr. Albert Wadsworth ia
1898. Since that time she has lived at
the aid Wadswafth halj home aear
Part Barnwell. Cravua coaety To bar
anion with Mr. Wadsworth Ive chfl
dm wet* bars, all of wham survive
her. They are. Miss Mary Peebles
Wadsworth. of New Bet*. Mrs. J. W
Watts, Jr. of this city and Messrs.
Howell Edward. Albert E- Jr . and
Jahr Golden Wadsworth. af New Bern
and beaidei her hasband she is also
survived by two sisters. Mia* Oelphia
Peebles and Mrs. W. T. Hunter of Wil-
She was a member of the Preuby
teriaa church of New Bera. haviag
Jained that body of Christians in her
early youth. During her girlhood she
alaa attended the Gillespie School for
Girt* ia Tarboro
The funeral services were held here
yasteiday afternoon at throe o'clock
at the i ■inlearr with Rav. J. 11. H
Tammeull of the Preabyteriaa Churrh
af NOT Bern oMcialing and Rev. E
D. Dadd assistiag. The interment took
place ia the Baptist cemetery .
The danrsirl was a very nable and
>ighly respected woman wherever
dtfwukam. ...... .
SCHOOL H. ROLL
Foliowiag is the honor roU af the
WiHiaaaston school for the fourth
First Grade Ai Oscar Anders.
Charles Bollock. William Clark.
Wbeater Martin. Haeaea Kay. Rose
Scrcggs. Jr, Hardy Rear. Jr., Hribe-rt
Whitley. Francis Peel. Josephine Aa
rtrrrT- Dam Ballard. Nell Harnx.ii
Kathyra lla»Ttea. BOlie Pope,
First Grade, B: Habert Cherry. Roger
Crrcher. Atwaad Gargaaas. >helbor.
Hall. John MiaeU. Jack Manning, G.
Lae Rah—an. Fred Duastan Rat i
Martm, Alverater Weaver, Aarie
Wyna, Darris TaeL
First Grade C: Onrar Aidtnw,
Roger Critcher. Vatnaa Gadwm. 'cSc
MiyM Cangi Laa Rabersaa, Horace
hay. Hardy Raae, Jr.. Raaa Scruggs,
Jr.. Praaos Pssi, Jesephiae Aader
M, Dora Ballard, Annie Lee Graves,
Nri' Harrison. Kathyra Harris, -s,
R>«h Martin . Annie Wyna, Ruth
Price, Dorria TaeL
Grade Second B. B: Beuloh Ruber
aoa. Ada Bullock. Jaaws Turner Barn
lull. Mat tie Gargaaas, Walter Cooke
* Grade Sacaad B. C: Mary Robersoa.
Jaases T. BarmhiU, Jesae Gurganus.
Brace HoUoawa. Euzelia McKeef.
Second Grade. A: Myrtle Brown.
Sarah F. Cone. Juliah Daniels, l.acille
Gurgaaas, Marjarie Moore, Mildred
Peele. Jennie Swaaner Moore. James
Bend. Jennie Green Taylor. BOlie
Liwran, Pete Fowdea. Jr.. Grace
Saeaad Grade, B: Joha H. Gurganus,'
Reha Ted. Sasie Wyaae, Mark Ches
aoa. Habert Wabktaa, Loaise Cherry,
Nettie F. Header, Oaytou Mr Keel,
Henry D. Harrissa. BUlie WatU.
Saeaad Grade, C: Pete Fowdea. Jr.,
Benjamin Hapkiar. Henry D. Harrison
Emmet Whitley. Habert W ablet aa.
Hyrtle W. Brawn, Sal lie Lee Brvwer.
Grace Barnhill; Sarah P. Cane, Julia
Daniel, Nettie T. Header. Jeaaie S.
Haare, Jeaaie Green Taylor.
Third Grade. A: Mary Grady Car
los. Rath Ward. Wheeler Hartin
Haaning, Ernest Harrisoa, Rcgtnah!
third Grade, R: Geraldiae Peed,
Rskirt Cornea, Jim Rhilu, Jr, Jesse
Price, Leslie Gargaaas. Fitelia Jenas
Gerdaa Brewar. Jsmes Gargaaas,
Leslie Capaw, Erneat Harrisan.
Gaarge II Cash Hasseß, W.
Martin Haaaißg, Jaaaa Price, Harem
peon, Haaal Godard, Sarah Garganas,
Irene Ham, E«n Harrissa. Leer
Howard. Mb Ward.
Faarth Grade, A: Bene Faeast Jay
w. Chute Bead, Eba Haaid. Line
DANIELS CLUB IS
i LOCAL CITIZENS
Meeting Held Here Last
Tuesday night; Many
At a meeting af a large aamfcer
' of citizens held here Thesday eight
Joseph us Daniels was endorsed far
. President. W. C. Manning aaadr a
• short presentation of the rcn i «ai why
i now is the opportune time for Nor*h
' Carolina to have a president selected
i from its people. The int wain hen
i that we have the best man. The second
reason being that we have af all aea
who have beea tried t4 the fullest. the
man who was ant found waatirg bat
the man who fulllllled the duties af
office, with that spirit af truth, and
i honor that all good an rtetsK
i The third was that at this particular
' t : me .-sectional lines are Wotted oat
! and a man from the South caa ge»
the votes of the country. Faarth. thr
I three millioa men who craned thr
. seas in the late war and now -cat
*e*ed"thNWlgtioat the land ibad Mali
i t do him horor in every hamlet of
» this great Union.
Finally, there are nooe who want
honest government that ia*« trart
him with simple implicit faith
W. C. Manning was etaCed chair
> maa of the dab
GETS BIG START
Many Young Ladies Tr>
ing For The Diamond
The Chamber of Comaserve ladvo;
. Circus wiU be a Ug success, aawa
tickets are selling fa t. the followirg
, yeu'g ladies have received a number
of votes. His* Cooke. Mn*
Lyda Cooke. Mrs. Fmd Hitch, Mir
Jame Edwards. Misa Mary Cly«e Leg
gCU, Misa Frances Gargaaaa. Hiss
Klixsbe'h Hasaeil. Hat Mary tVsfce
Mias Nina Lptaa. The vataa are cum
I ing in so fast that 8 has bee m
. possible to check ap aa them at the
time as the foUowiag tfores are ia
suing votes very fast with etcS par
chaae. Biggs Drug Stare. Thr Coart
ney Furniture Ca, Marge lis Brothers
and Brooks, Moatieeile Ca'e a «d Haßf
Barber chop. Other merchants are ea
pected to come ia aad issue votes be
fore the sneak ends. Any aentait de
siring to give votes see Mr. K- B.
Crawford. Chairaaa-? Chamber af Ccea
merce Indoor Circas.
The ballot box is located at thr
Biggr Drug Store. All ladies are re
quested to cast nil rein as early as
The Chaaiber of Commerce wiihei
lo thank every yoaag lady aad th
mervhanls far the active part the >
Save taken in the Indoor Cirrus.
the Chamber af Coaaaaerce. invites
all churches to place a heath ir the
Dixie warehouse the week of thr
amis, without cast to them
When you make a parrkv e m »•)
af the stores, ask far your ticketaad
vote for the yoaag lady yaa desire to
have the diamond ring
Season tickets aold by the ywa g
ladies are 1 00 This indades six rightj
less than IS ce*.'s each sight, other
wise rickets wiU ecrt 5* reals at the
door each night.
Mixelle, Edßh Peele. Ahert Leslie
Clark Chas. Maaa-ag. Jasper Hrai etu
Fourth Grade. B: William «harry
Charles Fleming. Vktaeia Weaver
Ruby Ward, Annie Mae Garg -
Fourth Grade. C: Susie Mae Barm
hill, Hard Brown. Areie M_e Gur
Iran js, Reca Forest Jayaer. Edith
Peele. Faaaie Ray. Albeit Leslie
Claik. Joseph Godard, Charles Flem
ing, Eli Mariea Taylor. Earl Harris.
Fifth Grade. B: Gladys Gargaaas.
Back Sauaders, Jesephiae Harrison,
Fifth Grade, C: Juephrae Hairtsua,
Gladys Garganas. Jaharar Frarees
Edmandrss. Dorothy Hadka, Xehr
Chert), Tiapeea Otlw Harie
Rabersaa, DOlaa Cobb. Hddred Bara
hill Hclbe Davenpsrt.
s Sixth Grade, A: Elbert Haaee. Ed
I wia Me, Margaret Radgerrea
Sixth Grade. B: Virginia Harriioa.
- Oaude Bax'er Clark, TVaa
■ Ccoke. Mary Carrtarphen. A J. Man
•i war, Jr., Cartasa Lieetmaa
Sixth Grade C: Hary Carstarphen
I, Catherine Hardiaaa, Vkfaa Haint
e Grace Whitley, Aaase Hay WAur.
■ Margaret Ri Iginia, Chade Baate--
i, Daaiels. Wißinm Leggen, A. J. Haa
i. cing, Jr, Kibble Lnarmaa. WrSxm
■ Ledie TMSL
fit atb Grade, A: Rath M.
Seveath Grade. R: Asa Crawford.
Eugenia Hoyt, Darrefl Price. Msy
I Seventh Grade. C: Rebut Riaaa,
Williamston, Martin County, North Carolina, Friday, March 7,1924.
SAVINGS & TRUST
Net Earnings Were 20
Per Cent; 6 Per Cent
The Haiti-* County Savins aad
Trcst Company held its aanaal stock
holders meeting Tuesday. *
The report of the year's business
A*wed IJ3 to be one mt the very
best years the bank ever had The rat
eara'ngs amounted to over 3# per
The directors declared a C per cent
divideat aad placed the balance of the
ear Jag* ia the bank's asatts as ua
The hack baa had a eery satisfactory
trcjt bu iaeir daring the year, this
berag (we af the coming features of
the hank-ng basiness. Of course, it
is lather e» in small towns but ia
he larger cities and in the handling
»f mart large elates it has operate.!
with marh sstisfartioa. A trast com
paay eetirves an individual and ca~
j.eanallv haadle estates wi*hi. marb
aeas cr-t aad loss than aa irdividuai
who too often has little business ex-
The f.Bowing officers were elect
ed. J. h G Godard. President. F. K
Hodges. Vie* President. Joha E. Pope.
Cashier. H A. Bowea, Assistant
Cashier aad H H. Taylor, BookVeep
The following were elected a« the
Baani of Directors, J. G. Godani. T
F Harrison. Wheeler Martin. C. D
CarsMrflwn. B A. Critcher. F. K
Hodges. t>o H Harrisoa. Job D
Biggs. W. H. Biggs. P L Sal.Jmn.
aad Joha N. Rocerson.
Mrs. Cone Entertains
The ljal.r.«len Club was charming
ty ecitertained by Mrs. Perry B. Coae
at her attractive home on Cnarch
street aa Taesdny afternoon from
foar to six. The hoaw was prettdy
decaiate-1 for the occasion with howls
af Mlow yoqalt and hyaciaths leal
their fragrance to make a fitting bark
giaand far the first meeting of the
The guefts / peal the hours pie at -
a" tly evntersing an l searing and Mrs.
Carrie Biggs Williams added much
pleasare to the afternoon for all
pee seat by her lately music. The baat
e» served a salad course with saad
wiches aad tea which was enjayed
Those present betides 'he mtinlifr i
aeee. Hrv W. J. Hodges. Hrs. A. V.
Jayaer. Hrs. Car tie Biggs Williams,
and Mrs. C A. Harris** .
High School Girls Ck>
On Basket Ball Trip
Mifces Evelyn Harrisor, Margaret
Maaaiag. Pat Harris, Laura Orleans.
Trwlah Ward Page. l arille Hasaell.
M> rtle Wynne accompanied by coach
Miles H Wolff left this mci aag far
1 Hertford erhere they will meet the
' hgh srlnal basket hall team ia a
Mr M. B Gilliam of Wiadsor was
. a visiter ia town today.
Mr. R. W. Askew, a prominent drug
girt af Windsor, is in town today aa
. la iaer-
Mess. ~ Hephen Mannir.g. aad W. D
visitors here yesterday.
Mis. W. D. Wright of Jassesvflle
. was a pleasant cidler at our cMre|
• ' !
The Oak City school team will meet
1 the Jamesville school team aa the
' Dixie warehouse court here toeught
at eight o'clock A goad game is ex>|
• Hazel Edmaadsaa Eugeaia Hoyt. Ruth '
PeH. Frances Williams. Pat tie Wyn*.
Eighth Grade. C: Marian Gsartaey.l
' Susie Jame.-. Carmeßa Jin. Lettie '
- Jones. Martha Leggett, Scphia LittV.
t MaUie Laa Rage rasa Da wthy Throw
- er, Eli Bara hill, Tboaaas Crawford
Jeasup Harrison, Raybora Jayaer.
r Henry Maaaiag, Charles Peele, James
Xiath Grade. C: Mary Melissa Aa- 1
' drews. Evelyn Harrisoa, Margaret
- Jayaer, Trulah Page
Niath Grade B: Trulah PSge. Cecd
Teath Grade, B: Margaret Hamming.
- Laaaa Orleans.
r Tenth Grade. C: Joha Booker, WO
1 Bam Harrissa, fteajamm Courtney,
- Gaytard Harrison, Fred Ihyte. Mar
■ garet Maaaiag. Laara Orleir -,
. Frames Hoyt.
fit ualh Grade. A: Bryant Carfar-
Eleienth Grade. B: Vdma Hamaa.
Shaath Grade, C: Bryaat Car
i Harrissa, Carrie Lae Me. S.dh
-'Perry. Hyrtle Wyaae Pattie Harris.
MAYOR H ASSET J. EN
DORSES DR. BIGGS
A Friend to the People
and Would Make a
la the candidacy of Dr. John D.
Biggs far tla Democratic rumination
for Ceeigreae from the first Congres
sman! dial rial, marks the first time in
over forty ytan since Martin Coaatv
had a npissentatue fa the Halls af
We feal that it is time are were
given soaas laesgnition. We have as
good talent a> any of the other coun
ties and these is no reason why our
coa'.y ihnulJ pot be given the opp rtun
ity to name the man this time, especial
ly. alien wa fire «ffenn» a nan thor
oughly raraMe a every wa> >f re
presenting "he people of this d:stnct.
Dr. Biggs ha* reached that period
cf middle hfe whea be is at the full
maturity af his powers. W.th his wide
experience aad ki or ledge gained from
his cvanectiaas in busine's. Ki king
am! farming, he is in touch with the
aaeds and waats of the people in tti!s
sec ion and will be as capable as any
ma in the race tj get the ears of I
Cogws " K tl* *t ! * cf his const it i
At " i.is •! h Ntory- of
Ancrvan politics a Sen the m.n hold
ing high pMitiv a in all the ilepart
me- ts of our tKivernment have fallen
to the God of HanwK n. it is higti time
tha* we clean the Aegean S'ables by
se ding men to represent us who are J
above reproach in honor and integrity
and will have their «ne rim sirg!e to
thr icivire of oui country.
The ci'iaeas of Martin Coany
-huuld take pnde in their raruiidate
a d show their interest by rolling up
thar -leeves and working for him and
get the |ieiplr aroused and get them
aa* to the poll* oa primary -lay and
give him thr biggest vote that we ha\e
In Dr. John D. Biggs we soul.l have
ra mute, inglorious representative
but sitting where the wisest -nd best
of oar asas have aat, his voire will
always nag clear and loud for what
is best ia legislation far tha common
9 %. ■ t "
Livestock Situation In
The livestock srtaatioa in North
Caraliaa is quite discouragiag at the
present tiae. Beef aad feeder rattle
ere bringing low prices and there is
little demand far them. Katurally,
this sets up a caaditiaa whereby live
stock farmers feel that they are over
loaded. The dairy cattle sitaatioa con
tiaues good ia the Peidaaaat area, ex
tending from Cleveland to fniilfaad
cauaty. Interest continues in goud
there . * ems to be plenty of hogs
ia the state. They are in good con
dit-oa. Pigs seem to be scarce, mean
ing that brood sows are good property
now Thif decrease results ia stale
aae-As from the reporters that ther.-
are rot enough hogs in some of the
moualain cnuatie i. •
There is coatinued interest in im
proved pastures ard ia more and bet
ter feeds. Many fanners report th it
there is very little pasture and that in
pour condition. Some reports have
caae from the mountain counties that
! the col.l weather Lay hurt pastures
j severely. Foed> have had good sales.
; especially as west farms had short
' q iii trties oa hand. Many counties are
iitill haviag too marh fa>Tn feed ship
ped ia. remaikiag that "It is a shame
that we do aat grow more hay craps."
j With the cot tea boll weevil menace
It me couataes. particularly those in
■ tha s oat bera part of the state, are
taking mate interest in livestock. Col
umbus coaaty, far instance, has in
| creased her legume hays and gralr.
crops considerably during the past
_ twa years. This county has practically
eliminated all cettaa acreage. Field
after field of cura is filled with velvet
hears ia the fall. The month af May
famsd maay fields af goldea grain
? ready far farmers. Already the farm
ers there have fdt that the boll weevil
has forced them iata more aouad
■ farming practices.
The Usestack situation is menaced
.ia several nantiti by the erase for
grawiag mire eattaa. Th a ia parti
cularly true where the bail weevil has
aat yet daae ■ppnriibli d mage aad
where gaud yielda were made last
year Same ether ceuaties. like Lin
cola, Lave not suHcieat improved pas
tares ta maintain the livestock they
«ry ta keep
I The fruit outlook is very good This
is I litem! by aa abundant* af fruit
bads. More thaa the usual iatereot has
haea givea ta praaiag ard spraying.
The Hfll panrb orchard* are
being well cured far.
COMMERCE HAS !
New Officers Elected For
Remainder of The
The Williamston Chamber ef Com
merce held ita annual session Tues- 1
Jay night in the oficn of Ifermng. i
Moore and Hcrtoa.
George H. Harrison was elect** 1
President ard K. B Crawfctd Vice
President of the orgarimtioa.
Mr. H. G. Hortoc*. was eleCed
Secretary and Treasurer to sae*ee«i
I>r. P. B Cone.
U. S. Cocrtney. W. C. Mnnntug J
T. Price. A. R- Ihinning. R. G Ham
son. Jc!i L P«.pe. Wheeler Mx-tr-
Frank J. Margolis. J. B Woolaid an-'
O. S Anderson. Exeeutiv Committee.
No matters outside of the ie«Unr
business was taken up
The Chamber of Coauneeve has
Ue instrumental in many good move
ments for the uplift of the town and
-ommunity. It has helped the BuiH
in arv.l l oon Association of Martin
C.Hihty n a very -material-way ar*i S
is one of the very best orgaaiiats« r
that a.iy ts>wn or coaaty caa have.
T'erv have been ramerwws other
things h- '|-ed by the local Chaa*ber
ar d we hope that it a ill cwtnw its
pol'cy the rewea.ndcT cfl
the presont year.
The thvb of the amok tatmn were
etpressed to Clayton Moore, retiring
Presnlett and Dr. P. B Cme. retir
ing Swietary for the faithful senne*
rendered by them while serving thr
Mrs. Saunders Enter
tiins Century Club
n«e Twentieth Centary Club met
on Tuesday afternoon at foar o'clock
list cad of Wedne»>kay. but this hetaa
Ash Wednesday the time of the am
ing was changed. The Club was en
tertained by Mrs. J. H Sunn Ires at
her borne oa Church street.
The subject for the afternoon aas.
"The Deaf. Dumb aad Bbnd Schools
of the Stale". A paper was aMi pre
alad aad Brad by Mrs. H M Stub! '■
on thr subject. Mrs. J. Si RSodr* bad
a leading from North Caroli'a btrtory
along this same line A very interest
ing discussion on the chanty msfi
•ut ion- of all kinds was the helu This
is the last meeting until after Leal
1 and the nest meeting wiß be «a the
XXrd of Apnl.
There were no irvited guests a»d
Mia. Saunders served at 'he courlmma
1 of the program a tempting ice coarse
: ALL DAY MEETINC
l AT BAPTIST
A nti.il ,Jt hr hk
I nest week ia each of the eight conn
- lies rompos.Bg the Riun ike Baptist
association The meetiag for Martm
i cujily and other nergbb*ring churches
will be held at the total chuirh oa
■ Taesday legi lung at l*aa o'ekok
r The follvwir.g p.. graie an> he «ar
! Devot oaal Pastor R L. Auhr
Our Home Stat* Be». J. P. Ilarrv-
Our Home Fedd: Rev O W Sawyer
The Field is rhe World. Re» I H
t Noon —Lunch
Finishing the Tid IN Charle.-
Stewardship a«d Service: Br J- P
W. M U. Metme. Mrs. T H IVm
Clodng Address, Dr. E. D- IVe.
IJDCAL NEWS OF BEAVER DAM
Mis«es El za Coll ram. Luvema
1 Hopkms. am Me»*is. Leo IderM
ami Irving Cohraia meat la Oak CV-y
Miss laaallie Rdick >#nl Swda}
' nigh*, with Mr. and Mrs Omar JIMS.
Mrsw S. E Hardoaa entertaiamtf a
number af free fa at a i mßmr part;.
1 from two Mil five las- M«nda>
After the nati fcmhed quilting
r they were uvited inta the dmag iota
1 wl.eie bam sandwiches aad cake and
' pickles Were served
Misses Katie Mae Cherry aad Fi»
1 uie Robersaa aad Messrk. Qyde Wd
baras aad Praak Hopkins melaied Jo
1 Dardeau Saaday ufteruon.
• Hi«s Lauaßie Rdhck and Mesars
leo Raker. ■■ and Joe L. Caltraiu
1 nwtored ta Everett aad Rihtioiaiili
I Mr. aad Mrs H C Boh—a aad Mr
Thad 8.1 aad Hms Lctie R«A
' eiaoa left Saaday far Boanoke Rjmh
dick were the gaeati of Me aoeneta
• UMT: A BLACK HAND BAG BE
Thursday, i der cX please return
to The Eaterprne and receive Überal
reward. The hag rwaliiecd e*ot*e«
Mi a safety razor X-7-lt
IBICES FOR CON
! CRESS CU BiS
K. B. Crawford Elected j
Chairman oi The
Taeadiy night a for _Vnjfrpy>
Club **« foimeai wth K. B. Cnw orx!.
TSr of th-r c'jb •- So pr -
the cwdkiarjr of Or. John l>
Kff> for C«i|f!*ss, :n Mar m a'--
!t ani «»hfr fflun ifs of the Distiict.
CoßEirttf- will hp ajrgaru~e>! to
jair,' to the votor> of the I'l-lrf the
why he -hou'.i tw r->m.r>alet'
• repre-e-: the F rst District in the
|LOTA? S WIN OVER
JAM ESI V! ? E AND
NEW BERN i.l\yr
liucal Teams Led Their |
Opponents Thrueut i
I Winum>t>li > Iw-lr. lull I
IpronM their superiority Wedresdayl
I ««arht »Hoi tha- h'** schtwl five de-I
I f«toi the hii+ schtol >3 nivf I
I * »lle b> 3 scow of ;h |o a'; i'he |
I local tw 'eau. Jefeati"K !«■ I
I Nem Item Y. M C. A team by a I
I -rw of M to 18
The hign KhoJ jpnw 'unl I
I fought li. bi htjf.il* 1:1); ui em. with I
I tkr lwal> in a .safe iea.i aH !, way 1
I tluwinfc The only featuie oi !kr
||uir was Carstar pheri's spectacular
I -Jk from the center of the cour.
The five on the local ivmn lejm ha!
I their op|A>tie ts i m evety
| ie-f«er' anti \he fw 1 guarding of (he
New Hmi guards alloweal the lur
Jd-if. W i!l:anist.*ei -tartcal off at a
fast p*r> which she hrld all the »jv
Ikivuth not allowing the visitors kt
««r> few chance.- a* the «-a! The
shaott* jr of Wolff artil JulKiumi for
the local- was of a superior ajai It.
a'«i bo ught many thrill* to trie Jin
m» All in all she local.- were .n •he
. best form that ' he> have been in this
I entire imwh.
ft w a fnat surprise to the *|tcc
talon, to witness "he aceaiacy of the
I »ho mata by orie of tie New Bern
at Mr Henry Cu» .'a.rd's hea-l
[lt o«M nvt have been better |'ace*l
lif the thrower haal |if»clK"l a hfe
tne Ui il* p.tch- Mr lie ry gave
h.m two paaint all right, l»ut of course.
I they failed So r unt towanl "he real
1 score Mr Crawfoid awl that I he ball
d*d not hurt him laut that the bull was
tmrliiK it a pretty hij-h rate of
*faer*l shn it lanW-al
\ M \RRIAi:* ( KUMUIN Y
IT. the Vorth - t •- ;uH »f -ur r
| lies, a well in lii*« «v-•i-laalc
j .'sati ■( l»he*.:l s'lKt'-i-H ..' il - i •«'
t • iwU ■.' frer.jc •• >:! A - ,- .eit Haaie if#
, J.n a!» I lie:. • ■'* ml I «i' r
( -j|»i he ina.' -»!-'«• to b- ■
, la'tei or for *e l"he af
UiiKf ban. notified of their -li'i f
I I iepar~l ami artua l > u«eal the feMov.
I "J ir... wl! you take liet.
Witlwut an;, rcj-ret
I T® love a*-l cherish
I Till »-.«e of you perish.
And i> bill ur .tr- lh» Mol.
ui w II foie.fr n •
i Afte- leirr answered in »he .Jfiiii.
ative by Jim. the m *i>lia> tui" e-i
■e Bet *» l sa.ti
"|!H. will v'hi take Jiws.
Arid cU-.r to him.
Both out anal in.
Thi«."Jjrli tnick anal thin,
lla.hli f him !*» vcur ha art,
bead, ar. ! low lh» tiap;.y piia was
b~aai. ; £vl i.a. W tii ehappy |..ir
1 ai'-j .1 1-e.l ;-s fa-llcw, :
1 ThnuH'!-f« *s alternate ji> a:-d - ri.'e
1 I mi* pr nour.ee yau rt-an ai al wife
to liji !ife> hill "till yam get to the
- a*jl fcJi'iite jriMir brl'ie, j a»u ■#»')"
Tl e Arkansas mas 1-irate aie> it
' "S iival up; pin lii-ral ; hitched! Five
1 !oi'a. • pJ* :.se "
SERVICES AT THE
SbnU> School S:4i a. -l.
MOHIUI-; pra er and . II
prayer j.i»al Serr.ia n 1
Public nnluJly invited.
3. E. Warier, PrieU-i« charge
Mr. Freeman Dies In
Mrjaseph W. Krferran of Wiadsa r
1 fcd ia the Wadurgtoa Hor pit J
I - Thursday from m attack of appeadi
, ci«»£- The Wy was taken to Wiadror
t today far huiaL
WATCH THE LABEL OX YOU 3
PACES. IT CARRIES THE DATS
YOUR SI BSCRiPTION* EXPIRES
| Many Cases Disposed of
During the Day's
The Recorder* Court was held Tees.
'Say with J. C. Smi h piesi«iir.sc an.? E.
S. I'a-ei as .-olacitanr.
The ."oi!o-* iiig cases were
t,f during tiie .lay* -
:> ate vs jjni Griffin, cairyi g a
ipiilty. Prayer for >ul»rme to n'.m-jed
i-aymet of cost.
Sla'e v.- ( -arles Brown. Charles
W illia ic.
ll- rl :i I'a;«.-r. Charles Williams na
■ firrl fcVOi' ais-l I'harles Brow— and
C!a a-noe IKirm were !ne.l SlouOO ml
each atei'a' Vlant t' pay 14 of the cost.
State v s Paul Baker for carrying
a camcealeii weapon. Iw-fer.iant pea a?
I frailly a'a! V.i; fir,'! -jO®I» and
I the CM.;. .
S ;i e vs James Floyd b [tiaras. I«e
jfena'art p'eraLs anijltv o." arrying a
I conceal leal weapon ar«i w. : fined ?sflt
I anal c>-t
|— >Jlf ts lUmml Oimi
I i»le;:! i;ji!ty of rarnintr cvMealed
I n .sjhl »as fit-eal J ■ W and tie*
ISta'e vs Herbert Sa» ' e. Uefnd
r* if, -c 1 of a uh with aleadlr
I -v,\- a .1 « u ft'—«i S 1 OO ai»«i tlo
State v Herbert Sav re. carrying
I u am a-k'eal IVf • taiil pieo^H
Irn'. ewi!iy. The c**»rt !»?»•*• s he ert
»lifn-v tV iant *cih V
-»r.! him JoOtW a «l cos*.
House of Worship
On Whec?s Here
T «- tirst churvh v i ws that ever
openesl aKnars in VVillui.i •!».. was th s
i»v« .« hv-n t- e spaTKMa- cir. St_ Paul,
eai'.g people *r*h i!' tfce regular
ui?«»ent of the Cath he church aa
r . ii:. „* ;... tgaa. a" al a", r was »,« -
(si f«e -.-rvice Tl e car is a. .*e of three
i .ur!' v «rs buw owned . an use by
f h-s fa church i*i the lilted
, SUIe Th » ore iciven by the
i!au -h;er e' Mr to tie church
. iiJ a. f the N'oiinan ta tW type
. Fsther Alet ; s. C. P of kuofMt,
, V V > -rl. is in charge of the car.
?-\r Her C> b!e of New Bern is also as-
I i >he service, this hnag a
. , art i f I.'- i a sia n SeW
The strv .ee will d'«e here t *nighk
:al th- rar will. 1:0 to iloberwanllo
I fa-r a «few rf -.;:s. leavi g Rohtroaa
I vji.e ..r. I K'aii-i; to Aydea After ka*-
, 1 g viae aliae-e »f Mr tiobk it will
F j I tab' r to Flo' iab and fee used
:i *ihe minion erDcf tha" 4itt.
Frei ht Tr »ffi" 'Hi Roa
rokc is Very Heavy
The freight "ralic I lIICI boafta
up il"e u!i! Racruie is no* very
Ih- a' fferer,.-»- ; the f.e -M charges
Ls ;.ii lem which i.'iteie ' *«pie ttry
oinc-i ii.d the, are tal g ahaata|C
It rumored Out 01 e «>f the boat
hues, ow running, will . «• enlarge
i s -y-stem tl, iniatr t r >.agh tTeaa
leak -hipmets »h,.-h Will give a
t r-ue thai we no\ have.
i;in i: Vv IN IZ S RE. EW - i
\T M A 1 IX
W » sHINUTtJ-: MAR.IL
Mail » rierT*or the ft • *cfirg • -
aget.nnt of ieo E v**ata*a I9U-
i. vue -Ve aus". at tha New
I!- itre. ea FMty.
idarch 14 at* ta* uieiwL
Apj.lica ;o. s for n»i : , when ae
i i'. pm ttaut rv fail, to
g*ther with ta* aad fif-atdicaii :
stamped eiiae'oye. will ;» fil!ed ia tha
crder of iceips. TV t (.agemeat mt
t.V theatre --tre.ss.-s the 1 act thai tha
attraction is cred tf-l with hetrg a e
cf the most pote>t box « ce sham
of the -eason »nd urge hat patraaa
aval 1 1 ot tl : mail —dhr
system. The legvSar s!e opeas aa
Tiitti alay. March 1-1 at the Tarnaga
"W-«" is beetle I I f Dm Nyia
Brow-- and Jc'mr.ie Git", ahly aap
.jx te.l by several |ror eat eater
, t .cerv and chores ti •! 1111 pirhit
| comely naiilera i.iainhc.'. g satalj
i four. .39
SFRVICKS A" . THE
: CHRISTIAN TIURCH
Suiniay School 5:45 s- a — V. Ol
■' Sermon by the Pbstac il aa.
Se- mon by the naalar TH p. an. .1
Service* will he Ui aly as 111
r secaad mti faarth
1 Fveryw eis exte*. "d a aat m4H
- welcome ta attca-! tha dndh|9
r amaaJ the poet nlc«. '
I A. J. UAXKIKG.