North Carolina Newspapers

    THE ENTERPRISE
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V. C MANKIML
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TI'ESDAY, Jl'l-V K l**t-
The «mU' hattle araias? akoi.al
Lm are bemr ~ ***""
gil UrnN In our C«mnf first b.it
tlr have lm ««
V\ iii.u. the very irm yrar- »"**
ptuhibilioii ha- Um W«al«- IJrs*'
MiUr- Hair lw« likf. ni.miial.af
u, t lit [javaKf of ar '**
mrgamit U«- of «aar b»i the ei r-«*
eteialt. aiurwiiiira! I» "M ' aaastru
t tu i. Hut mm thii is »«i a
1., f i battle- Thf »«t fuiw »»» dMW
n.ri tbinr in their pn«et *■• !•"
\ «-i,t tiar eiifurfrnunt of pn«,it.i!*.'.
. hunr.l iiifurmurt! vat Inr 'V
tri.. f t». tu »mr»j i«rt 1
will iavc a cirt! Wurii«ir w the mm.
lutMi of lltf «ori» T> are *1
u6>etviu»'tli- in**--- ttal a. ar. k«v
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iV irf en?»>r*emr*i «W
an>l slill fu-t> ■. the I M«i >'ai.
Via* lk> liaa? >a*ftrr. a> thai frfaj.
tail aaali "iaaa- mat M ta> r
(lar preposterou rUi;n «•' !•* i*w
Uan. KaiT vat aia> «.)».>? (jut
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rufuKa-RKIII laa- (wl bait.
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fur ta.a-#a M-t ' «u
-tirhiiMi 'tin i ui tt# !•«
frfairf-. !lakH I (ami >-?, »>l JuatiJ fa
-Ullan! 1 tae «»»! rt4a*|4r> lifwl*
uosourmES
V I h—y lb.
VtSIIS
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iiarnmui Urns,
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JULY SALE!!|
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.Friday July 11, we ate going to start our July ('learance Sale. We
ha\«* a large st«*-k 01 all kinds of goods-, so it is mi|M»ssible for us
to mention them all anil the prices on them, hut we are going to give
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ON ALL LADI ICS' AND CHILDKENS KKADY
| 25 per I
TO W KAK ANI) SUITERS, MEN'S AND ROYS |
j (51. Off ( i ( ri;HlNi AND OXFORI>S. j
j Now is >Olll o|>|iort unity lo get the greatest bargains ever offered.
J Our buyers have jusi returns I from the Northern markets where
| the> lumght some of the greatest bargains you have seen in a long
time. The only way you can appreciate them is to come anil see
them. , I
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Harrison Bros. & Co. |
COME AND SEE IS ALL WE ASK ' X j
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wuaiamston-s Lmi'Sfr i wimkt m knt stohk
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? »bl«ia«lilr riwr that the naihrr •#
ill iali i ander prohibit ion m far less
' tkaa miller the aid system, certainly
L Im than half.
One of the important ml re
■riu nder prohibition i* the lane*
decrease in arrests for heinr drank.
Fieht leading ritit? report a «*e
rrrasa 1 of more than fifty thousand ia
one rear, anal this in spite of the fact
® that dnuknlnrKs was more closely
* watrheai than it was under the ohi
* svrtem
[_ Why do we anal «ur country nee»l
I- the enforcement of the prohibition
ameiialment ? We certain! v hare a
many as four reason-: fir«» a P"?
cal basis; second. a moral: third, = «e»-
I- L| afM i fourth. econtimbie We
V Irour -f pas tlie physical reason with
" out nientHan. altliourh its tflfti am the
| iaealtl: and strength of humanity is
*I tn l.afii-er .iouhtrat by hottest imrsll
it W( all kra.w we are safer >r
f tlar liamt of si>ler tte If t!ae
r hat*! of ilruiikrii «ain-.
TJw M»ral lawil for proiuhita•
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•"Mti" «hi rmler. Tin- uncial a:».
eraaiaaamtr tint-fit pr.-aiurv' by pnd.s
»"• ara- too |aiair. ana' tc*» weli
knoati ta ra-t|Uira- argument. IVoplr
• ta. itavc alas«-r\eat ttar situation k ill
a-fln*t! if anyiititif- will pnaaturr p.nrr
• y a:i( it.isery, luiuaar «ill ata» it
;*»lit«c;al i.:i j" for prohibition
(a ,
>-■ in «* important than each .? t-»s
a.jiwr and in ottie ways it i> n».r«
ißipaartant It is tli«- chief
'«'* liitaiirinr enfaarcemrnt AlnJ..
I«laa-*e rpa.aH! anil Irl- tia' hut..
ll!1l»1 4WI laaaaiv M .trxH r « tfhntl! |M , j
; s f.avern it
Aiurrirun faalitio lir. lm. a t-t
t«-r*Ni -lave of uh..h>>l f..r lull a c a.
ti f y Ak-olaaal ii;i> ...icni uu- rr> »
ilia, f «af taur (aa.'ir Mil! y ,t« t ,lk
f I— .l It M-.ir fritr. us Jauvrr
Hw »*aire .af wliirfcry i» hpsr ; a.
He manl aia( precinct nmtiij;-
"fl U) ill aiaal thl.aUtrh |»l ltcal iMtla.*l
rr**ater I.tioia It ka- m;
. imsi all at force.-* in the rece?.t run,-
It a-ritlaali lit \l'» \  rk .11.(1 11. . n aor ..."
i| it in.ast per i-.tent lirt.: It ha- I ?
faaUKht with I ..'I -a- ai»i ~f ruCI a
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f I ill llniv be active, tl m not
nni.b mmftr ta teach the phy-kal
and BMnl effect af aleoMim hat X
. an the saoal mmd political effect af
Jaitag fna the small aamtn of
'people ia town M Friday the beache*
1 1 art have been more that, crowded.
r far there were hardly enoael to pat J
' oat a kitcher. fire—there was no fire
of coarse w we will Ka« ta. accept .
• the estimate as a rwss. Fvert the
| colorei people were few, anal thej haa 
, jAai.noi a bar day
VOLI MES OF NEW LAWS j,
"> aa min are a ur.it ui
that thr country b heinv barah-ne«: ta '
.teatr. with u-rle> laws. Xo one «lr '
w that all alefttM metits of rwvert, I
aa-rat la>« hnndreots of
rn.pl. \«-- Xo one roaki posisibl;. 1
auufae tnat taxation is esortHtant ana-''
■uan!u« kuruer every day !,
I'rarucally every caiaaMate fa.r |hjl. ,
i !«r U&re areaoewe- extravagance II ,
liimaanl. ateraaraai- early reiref. ana- ,
prairrs l.ts *mrr- to a policy of rr- |(
Jwtia4. Fvery elrctio?. is a papn»!|
i tirtury for the force of economy an>-|i
n-treactiiaetit j j
\et. ua -ft'.f of it all. the puMa «
-a-*- ract. -Uccer-linr h« |i
pen.: iwir maanei that, it |a*e«ieces JI
*r. create n».re >4hs>- aw- mmib.l!
c»iar* 4::IkI- la, averaee «' J ■
>.'«• fara Lm ar r.u. l!> i air; le>- >'
I'ae a'OJl.trt .*f |a : Iltta, :lj- Wilal«-lial - I
I'aaf (inrJasaM. araal pctdfi)-ac\
• Kl. Mari! pa'ala .4*1.1 *
k ca-t.i r t lar;r v«a»«->, .apum Jj
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I -iSr— t»j f (as-iJ. |a«rk m«!: ar«
a .aral fl>l beUTst; alal .l.adrf i* ■ L- ail |
irap.-ari.ahjc. -hV-- tir> dfa' :«ej
ha- t t«. rr.e treat, we -i-aiij
| fcaic na-re an. ina.r.
r «al '%f urrjtr rotemment
| J irfr--- tigr-. jKvpae >laoa uAaa i• ,n j
lerest ai.i ulhcaa-nt enrrr) to a4.-cf
lartter o«rns-.«ial ai-- lr?iajaS.ir
1 ' —a 1:
uticruL than tnc ;« ..pit aa ill b ive j
'»■ fcia-l araal aill mr _ j
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rwm awl—rim wnxuuaron iwwi cabouka.
ANOTHER WORLD ACOIMIUSH
MEXT t
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IheAHriaa Telephone and lUqtHfk j
phatorraph-. by ariie.
TKr tt in lilt in), and m» n ■), r
iCipaiiit far thi> mvk was ewinwt
rd k i kmr U~tan«r teltplwae fir
emit ami av in bpmim lail\ Pir
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jtaifj nccncd m New \ .rk aw* pn- (
pom ini— rliali I. ami iKklr aval- •
ablr To the prrv 1
Hmr lonjr ail it br before the t«r
of an ordinary trlrpiiow can »ee the
party to whom HP is Uikuir * It
-«a»b entirely inpw-iUr hut k tbr
| lijrht of remit advances ir. awfa? i _
aton Biir rommi. :,>citop it doe.- 1 c
'*■ oattidr thr uf prahahiiitv. j 1
MORK TAX PBHPI>:- it
LESS TAX FRKK BONUS j"
j Cookrss «l its next >e—m, r ,li
[ro: -*lrr aa unri-inrr.t to 'lie fe-kr- i t
r->« whw* [».ntjfs for tai
iifir thr incnaar froir future iv*.- of
j -late ami munri|ui katt h> the fni
■rr»l- wemiiH' It aLw nrwri*
that -tales may tax the iio>n*-- fronv }
future of rwrninft.i U.n.t- j
•hat are owned withir. their l»>rirr- In j
|4au> Kajrtish thi- mear» that • >"■ in- j
ft.n* •ieri«->i ftt.it tax-exefnp? bnbL> I
of > Willi- Jax-free an in 'K j
paM. woul- hereafter le sokjn; ti.'
!autii« tr. If# ~iw nijrnrr a ir-|
.• inr ejutot-. •«. a>-> otiwr j
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BE WKIt |i\ \j IIK \l. NEWS |
Viv- Kallar Saterwhrte lef* for her ;
i»«if >ar Sataniay
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M"->r>. 1 jr--?t-r abl i'ayw •«»
; 'j*rw.- tU us9> *. n >' * # ur-S -\ 
Mr HUise olLNiv (
j~-*eht *;l!t Mr Kmut IVrlt
i J'r an*! Mr- Kinrr l iir «~n |
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!f..«rdy mot-wed f.. (nn>l|. 1
Mr M-iiira Rarer- *»f Pw Cns, ,
»i»" ht nntlii. Mr.- K II k'r ■
•UHtoin' In |autt«an. Jlxr to ~|«»i
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i f>* «is*-s »'tl Mi aw! Mrs. J. F .
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|Mr^sW>ire
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Ml- Sallar Min >|Mt >way with
Mi-- \ada IVed.
Mfr-r.-. ti- It Siik|Mlll ai«l !». Ji
Imotored to William tab Sat-,
, ur»ia%
| See ti«e \ urmui, at I Hi- S»ns»:
, ItoeaUe Jul. !K and 17.
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I-aa ' w«r. uvi r jtwh. _ |_»>i
lr»ti) a •M-rke victory ri.! t»- il..
whit; "si; a ijuini ettizrr,
he M(S tle Siaiaer Scl-tm lts!tr>i
It* thr « ! -prtrr made 1i..:.
Knanri.- D. feiM-n. at the Iwa-Uti
-eiaMl auoi.-.riura tthilr "hr i.un..>r '
wa» elsewhere Use few reaper: n-.i j
Ir »>l from ll* Jail's -(r*r»i (Li, j
an;- Vf-rtr«i the j
ta-arlars I» «■- that «fce Ju«l|>eV
i -tppmi.'utrnt neve «i r—» winiy
\ knows. jia>i ft»rtliaf :. -1-or. It» hear
|iht imwfc.
, The Cnari > Asem"? i*jMit tor
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"Jane t» tbf ('MT.IV CunmL- -tamer-'
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'. r4tiJ»\ l- \rry plfi- li>r Vthen auj
attendance at XSa farwvrs i> miMiN
11 at hall weevil awtits oar aairfct
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I. eifwrt a nrsrußs battle to he >lafi>l
I;aruast the little K«t H
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The rep art haw/ farther that a
' peneral :Mr«--l ir heiar aaanifcstwl
'ia thr %anoa> 4rfutataU aa thr
farms of oar cvaaftjr. -The ia—ial af
the w«tnj po-te4 to hr thr laost un
• portam u>«r whilr the care of arch
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ink, haiUii:* of poultry kaa>r>. the
■ afcf of wwal am art aqrirctal
Vext faith ail hr aire or less
>in*t«l to ami caatiul aaJ the
faram will aavr m chaace to ac* thr
|W-orfc ia pnwesL -—«
Week tafe law lattlr effect aa the
•Ms-rates at the eoavratioa. Tfcry «ioM
' r*ew woat te rrtwra kaae. TV} ■.*
ill as a I—ttiag sftfl aai fa hacfc
to the naMta to vale far 'Taaiilary-
Srr thr \mrmitm at thr jtiaa!
. Theatre My 1C aarf 17th.
Daat aw thr Vnaaa at tb
Straad Thcwtrr
HOWS THIS?
MMCTBaM
CHAIR ELTAIBING
1 aia in a pociUm la hottaai a*l
rhain and ft* than in aay way neces
sary I also apholstrr old chairs. Grre
aar a triaL W. R. Borers, MTavtiiar
tor. rfiwK near Fprihr"? store) WD
birttna. K. C
AUMIMSTCATOirs MITICE
llarai; this «iay |uaiifiei as Aif
rimi-trator of the esbtf HT Jn-tpr
Cowry, lata «f the cnor.tv of Martin,
raatire is hereby kit« i» all persons
HvMii r rlaims »;"»ir..' aiil estate to
pmnt ame for parnmi on or before
thr 3(h lay of Jsnr. IKi. or Uii
nvtire will hr pleauMfi in har of their
recwvrn
All prr.wi- irrirhtnl t. -an estate
will ranae for«..i.i ar.i! iniaeil
late |.\ nirtit of same.
Thi> 3Hh ifa» of June. 1924.
MAKTIX 001 NTY SAVINGS
AXD TWIST COM PANT,
Adnimstrtotor cf Joseph Corey.
El»E\Tt»\ MACKETS PEBKV
FAST AI "TOMOBILE TRANSPORT
Aero- Alheni-irle Socr.d in 1 hr I
UONN'BCTS OIASTAL HIGH WAT
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In introducing ourselves to fitran 1 * people 4
in far-away states, in asking them to insure their
lives with a North Carolina company, there i&
vast satisfaction in pointing to our record in OIT
Rome State, where, among neighbor* in 1 frVnds
we have been known intimately am! HIT progress
has been watched closely, from bir.h to date.
We say to them —"Look what \v d«> in North
Carolina."
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"Jefferson Standard wrote in 1923 on North
Carolinians over $17,000,000 of insurance—more
« than was written hoe by any other Life Insur
ance Company in the world.
"ieffenoa Standard insurance in force in
North Carolina exceeds $81,000.1)00 —more than
1 has been placed here by any other Life Insur
ance Company In the world. -
L "There are over 38,000 Jefferson Standard
policyholders in North Carolina alone."
fltnhing
In a short seventeen years, the
Jefferson Standard Life has tsken
its place right at the top with the
best Life Insurance Companies in
I _ America.
H Without the confidence and sup
port of the Old Home State, we
could not have gone so fast nor w
frr. We Aw oar appreciation of
I Hits faith by inverting your money
jaijgrty la North Carolina^which
J L company.
r -— , - r ,- | Whem Cmmiideria# Lift Imsmrmmr t>, talk
A''i| TR, R"H U MV with the Jrffenom Standard mmm
JEFFEKSON SDXNMRD LIFE
B INSURANCE COMPINY
Julian Price. Vreudent GREENSBORO. N C
i*sM*u*ce /» /We* Over 52i5.000.000
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H. Marriott Britt Agent, v
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Elizabeth CSty mad Narfalfc, Va.
nvm ml ml sz and m
Billyh »l N C, to
Narfolk. Va.
Aad Other Tm Almik Bmlm
rfle. Wow. Badk? Hit. Nnr
Sen. WMfcinrton. WKonstM, Pljr-
BMlk.
Lnw 8 a. bl, 11 a. i^4pa
Lt ,Virtj> 9 :30 a. m., 1, SJO pi ■.
(Midday trips not rar. on Sndtyi)
NEW LOW BATES
Small AM—Me» (inHodm* driver)
| DODGE BROS.
I MOTOR CARS
rilE RIDING IS KASY
THE QUALITY IS RIC.HT
THE PRICE IS LOW
LCT US DEMONSTRATE THE NEW
MOI >EL IKHKiE TO YOU
John L Rodgerson
\VI I .MANSION, NORTH CAR.
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Laift ArtimnMw ( Udi|UHi|
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Pkmger fun Mt
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-FOLLOW EDKNTON-MACXSTS
FEEKY ROAD tOGNST
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BOOMS FOB BENT
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Tm mm for ivat. Gaad lucatina
aad Ml trtui far bgfct >■■■■
    

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