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KKTEBPKISE PUBLISHING C».
ffiiiT— N«rtk C»rrfi»» '
w. C MANNING,
V. C MANNING, JR-,
iStrirdy Cash in Adrtncel
i jw -
6 months ■®®j
| nt. rr; at the PosJ Office at Wil-j
Insi North Candina as second- j
clns- mat it. un.ler the art of Slarrh
a" WMUBIWU tii The
Eatoi|ihw. Wflliamston, N. C
nrnuv. aici st i. im
1 HI. SPEtTAL SESSION
7f,r - Stsion of the Generr.l
ASN«U) will convene Thursday.
Au»u : Tth.
Tlx rs -rem- to he a general silence
aloir' the line whirl is generally the
i»men of a rreat tattle ami doubt les.-
~£cks are brinr cleared trenche
deepened ami lances sharpened for
Th • i|ur>! tor. of wo«l im|Kirtarof to
be cuitsiJml k «'«e shipping mea-urt
Th? committee ha- ma»ie a very fav
orable report, declaring that it would
he one of our rreate-! wuimmif steps.
Thi- same committee alio l«-rlar«-
tha» if» g«»i effect- w««W help thr
entire two and one half million |«'«-
|je in North Carolina by giving
fare, freirht reduction*.
According to tte report no one |
wouli »* hurt other than the tran
portal lot. people. Tie lerisiuture will
ui»u-uhu..it Ijtf ,tne facts of the
and ate eipected to use j
them It «.«M >fem that the mea
ure would l«e put on 'he track an.i
move promptly lhat it might (five
some early relief to the people of tin-
The Wa*hington UtaUv News comes
across with a short l*it concrete state
mer.t of the statu- of thing* when it
assert- that all are for the proposal
except the Kail K*«® and a fe«
politician*. Tie N«-w- i"- conservative
ai.t evhiently krv.m whereof it
If the -tatement is trt* then the
pa*>a«e of the bill is hy no means
.1 berau-e tl* leri-lature is
ma.se up of many rail road attorneys
and a fine sprmklme ..f politician!!.
Something m the form of a substitute
may boh up at any time.
It is both interesting an.l gratifying
to know that the lea»ier- of the State
are for the aeveplanee of the report
Senator Simmon' say* It Is an op
port jnilv too fuol to miss and that
with the passage of the measure the
National Cioverr.mr r.t would -hell out
appropriation- that would rive this
part of the state economic freedom un
heard of by our fople.
Small suns invested in water tran--
port ,tu.r> seldom fail to pay fine
In the ease of our own Koanoke
river, we are Mill saving large -urn
fiooi the^ investment made by th«
United Slates many years ago. when
it prat S24M.SUI fWnnf the channel
In 1922 there was shipped on the
walrr of the Roc.roke rim 76.425
ton' of (mckl Thi* water transporta
tion and tkr people »Ume the rivet
■»t iahwl part' mote than a sl.2f»
■fence or a to the people Ihr
inr aloair the rwer aboot »JOOJBf«.
Thn iMWtod to an umul dhriM
of More than forty per cent on the
Gaxmm'i expraditare of 1248.-
fN which hjr aa art of C—nrtu was
panoad S3 jean ajro.
kbit miMmt why the rail roads
of the bout lines off the ».on.kr
river, ami h is just a» plads why j 1
they are moving heaver, and earth
try to defeat the proposed relief 1
measure which rime up in the capital «
at Raleigh next week. '
It in said that when the City of, 1
New York derided tu spend
fino to dir the Erie canal from the 1
Hudson river to the Great lakft. a
distance of US miles, it dhi it for the
purpose of freeing New York from the I
clutches of the ra3 road* that were I
I then charrinr a ratu of I1J« perjl
j hundred, from the lake* to the sea at J
I New York. Just as soon as the canal
vi put in operation tke rond drop-
I peal their rates from fliO to B cents.
Jther Philadelphia and Baltimore de- J
manded the same advantages and with'
the puttinr on of boat line* from j
Philadelphia to the Lakes were im- 1
mediately rro >frr.:xe>i »w( riven the J
low rates hy the rood*
Their action renletnl tie- canal val
uless as an operating yet .
it saved the people who built it
twice its cost every year.
t IMtPKK %TIO\
"United, we stand, divided, we falL"
Ju.-t a few wonts but what power
Spcakinr of ew.pera'ion here arj-i |
there, why not stop and see it u «pf' !
ation? Someone r»me- ahwsr ar#: '.di- |
the farmer to cooperate witi ar. ■'h ■ j
:irn>er in or»ler that m.it- fdk>» j
farmer miirht tie Tie farm
er stop- an*t think- only f«-r a ri.it.ut>
:ilkl rrailkUy admit- the of rt- j
• •fieratioi. hut I* will -ay I will if
the "titer fellow will. K:*•».! ifcierr ex. j
operation lost* its i- « r It i- lik
•Mi.-hing a wagon-up a hdl tire f«il»v '
-ay hell pu.-h if the other fellow will |
! pu.-h. anl while they are already
•»u-h they wont pw r.t It- an
t .me; so the war"n w i- pr d'• l« |
and tlien allovre.l to n-'! 1. sk wieii
iiwUur wdl pw h und r wiH |
I ridl Inck. That"* what >. m nifi ei!" !
near Cooperation, so near yet *»
Wlien our k-eai people -lift to |«-h
the wagon up the hill ill at «we tie
and not allow if to r«J" h«ek. we •:
let on atlvancemeet TW» al! »ay
boost this an«l booi-t that ar-d »H. r
h.* time come- to bnu-t the ivlndtul
-ay> I mil proi >kl hr wsll T>aJ aint
-M>peration. that's -tamed fdli-iinM.
Water an*i hotv- «»f mvt fj«.:
.It' IkMttleggcr an«l - i-liler a> -vary
ways, t*u' the m»-t two
i'rom th«- law breaker'- -taixiioittt 1-
iiat the idhcer- eant react, him very
well and when he *e- hun h.
.an due o\er aid eva»le the
' We iton't knou h»w often *nr ii iriiirl
take- a l«th hut h.-, taK
• one vhri> 'he .dicer- arrive o» tl I
> erne of Ktwa.
It i* a hit hard "T» UPBirr-ctir** V -"
t in the V.e terve par. «d N. t"
r hould say the Water
t I:ill is O. hrh ami on the other nard
s '>ne In the Ka-»em p&rt to -say there
i- not much future to the Ibß If it
were the reverse we ml i rraddy
The first of Augwst ha* erept upon
us. We have been • W \ -.-rry n«-
over the ran- and crop that we ha*
c p iid little or no at tent MS to lime
rHE RimNc; is EASY
THE QUALITY IS RIKHT
THE PRICE IS IjOW
LET US DEMONSTRATE THE NEW
MODEL DODGE TO YOU
John L. Rodgerson
Wll.l T.VR "OV. NORTH CAR.
Now. the work, or uat at the work k|
! behind the farmer, only a few more (
days in the hot field and then to takej
'a peep at the mark*- W fll farm pro- •
duct* sell hirh this fall, will th? fsrm- j
er he justified for the «tayv of endless]
tod through the hot balmy days*j
Hi* life lay* in the lisaU of some on.
Who will make the price of to-
Icmo * Will h be gwd or 1 bad*
WtHildnt it he n*e if one could r».
to vrerfc in the -arly sprinsr an.l know
that he will be ofTer-.I a fair price.
I _ 1
for his various cf>minc»iitie> in the
jf-JI? I tut. though, nice it may teem,
ar all have that love for the gambler"-
jchare—, work like a dor ■" nd lake a
tzs any chance on heinr pai«i for it.
j Th - court hohis that one cant be,
jinsarc ai*! -'ill jdead guilty. The
j youthful ,-U.yer- guilty and |
"vet tneir lawyer- claime they are in-|
r . j
'sar.-. Tlie turning of this p-.rticular
ca-e is far r. rarhir g in its effects.
' The mn;ilt: of the Wilibir.-toii
■ Cljailer f'» r.;mrsrre h-
'.la> i.irht ut 'I. court house w>- c..ie ;
of real benefit. The inters was rr»at
aid .he crowd was m-ic'. lrrger than
wn- eipecte«i. The tvre. >|«-:ions dL—
,rasd bro'irht in nary new thought.
lan.l ugs?e lions front which it i* hrp
led mud. good will le «ler>.
. ,-aking alniil t'hamber of CV m
n. rev mretinr-. it wouhl w>t be a hod
I idea for tie Chamber to meet at ka>l
or er a month or more often than that
■ Ti*- -i- ire- of wait:n»- for prohle-m
--jtn ..rv-e- isn't real Im-ite—ihat's
j mh.it y«.u mieht call near-bu*ine>--
| Wher. anyone goes ami makes pro
jhleiai.. to le disew-sed. that's what you
;-:dl real bu-ine--.
| «ut in ai. »»hi«. town, tiie l«.inbei
1.1 I". Irfmerte ha.l regular meetings
an.l at each one th. re w.t - nie >t!.
-Urol. At i-nr meel.n— the e«i tor o
tie town's lien-paper wa- shot aiwl
,mme>liately after tlie -nootmg a
, p-cial e.iitH-1 wa.- di- tr.ln.tr.! ov.-
jthe town and a- a re -ult the meeting
|J-mv *a.- cr»»w.le«l an*i *he la-t oi*.
»a!k in was the -uj«|*«.-cdly shi.;
'editor. TVy had r. rr>w>i all right
That's a fine scheme all right but
when it get- that close home we would
*ugge*t some scheme of a calmer
HtiMP |I|MH\>IK \TI«I\
-To maintain tie highest i-leals of
home life; to cunt children the most
ii..p»rtant of crop-: to mother them
~ W ' r »>H«— iMtki
TBS EHIRRFEISE. MnLUAMRTOM. MOOT CAMUM.
1 thai their bodies may fa* sound, iMt
muMis dear, their spirits haw.
I their characteau renerous: to place
juiiu ilan cam fort; to let bjaKjr
■to high purpose silence discordant
i notes; to let aeighborliness .1 applant
hatreds; to he discouraged nerer; to
. lose self in tcrner u- fnlh«.-ini; to
j extend to the less fortunate a help
iinr Hud; to belie* e one fommimtj
nay become the best of conuaanities.
'and to cooperate with others for the
•# a Mm
home and community."
Sell you tobacco here.
Hariri? this day qualified as »««■
Jtcr of the estate of Mrs. M I- Jan*--
!late of the county of Marin, not*-'
jis hereby ufren to all prisons bobl-
I in* claim? agaLvt said c-state to ,r~e
j sent same for payment on or before
.'the 18th day of July. UK. or this
notice *1 be plea t*-: in bar of their
A!! prrsons inirblnl to said estate
! will r ir* forwr.nl nnd make hn
iwilii'.f pnyment of 1 air-e.
Tiii! the IKth .lay of July. 19SC
EDWARD JAMES. r.secutor.
Shoe repairing at my shop or. the
Hamilton road, near cemetery.
I am a cripple and urablf to collect
an.l d.diver work, lut my prtr*- make
up the lisfTer^nce.
APPLICATION FUK l-ARDON OF
JOSEPH LEANDCIt H \KIdSOY
Application will be nude to tb"
1 ...vernor of North Carolina for th«
ponton of Jnoeph I-rander Hardiaaa,
rvnvirted al the September, IWU T'rwi
of the Soperier Court of Martin
County for the crinf of ar.ur>kr art]
■ iitetire-i to imprisonment in the
State Penitentiary for a tei «n •'
weniy-fre years. t
All persons who oppose the irrart
ir.~ of said pardon, ate invited to for
wan! tb»ir protest to the Oorernor
the lOth day >f Jane. 1924
No pile of Tobacco too
small or too larire for
The W illiamston Market
where hijrh prices, fair
treatment and court "tfm
vice are supreme.
I TEXACO mo*or oil is mmi T*"*
KKMfiae i« pood. Trr TEX Am. >(
I are: MaagaffiHffiM
| LAST WEEK! |
I OF OUR JULY 'J
S A LEj
I I The Bargains We Are Giving Will I
| B|j l ' " 9 "' I
_| Surely Surprise You When You See f
I Them. Do Not Fajl To Visit Our Store
| This Week. "
| Harrison Brothers & Co.
I WIIXJAMSTON'S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE
I WhAaar. K. C !
| OFFICE TORE
i ttmm ltol
LOST: SOMEWHERE IN CDUITTT.
•STRICTLY FAMT SELECTED
m httr- r" F. Ol R Ship
ment day order wei—i to any ad
•treaa. Send I—ill 1 are with order.
Add expresa if detire prepaid.
LADIES WORK AT HOME, pleaaaal
or put time. Highest |«nili prices
paid. For Mi iuformni— address L
, lones, Box 2. Otaey. 01
* I will he delighted to da jtmr or
' aba your lUd— I wfll he opea far
1 ii|. hi mi at ob aid after Jaae let.
' iikl if yia have aay rf the above
K » V to do )M may stir or call
to 221 snath IVarl Sire*. WEaadaa
V ork liiae in uJ Mt af tow.
Ceo. A Ca«en.
r O. T. Saatia far* be w-ffl hare a
fall line of fre»h bmbU a his market
1 fieiay and Satarday and each day
r t: er. -fter and wfll ell far cash only.
(I.K'NINC. I*l EINC * PRESSING
I are spear I ap a pns»a« e»tab
i nM-nt at any Uae «a Sycsmorr
1. ami am a a pMtna to do
Vesi i>i>. HnKsk* tßi* nyeaf and
n ,»ir at -a.ruble pr*»-
.V.-jk caßed for ami dtlrrered.
7 2* lm
Nfmo: OF SALE
I nder and by tutor af the paver
•f sale CKlaecd in that eertam deed
of trwst esrrated to the —di 1 |pw d
'* • n the 131 It day of IWewber. IMI,
* by W. O. Andrew* oaJ wife. Ijula An
lmr>. ar i af letwil hi Martia Coun
ty Public Registry a Book A t page
1 HOWS THIS?
■au. 1 * riTawn mmarm «■
•I Catarrh w Inateaao «aaad If
■ uxi riTiau UEoam cm
• Om or aa oau .1 qauv
Mmu ll* maniti aflnawlha. ml
tb* likful Mian-. n TMk. stock
»rt» »Mo*sa IW toil I «o tU Moooo
«art» ML tfcao WII ■ « kAal tn»m
■■M T * uiaii he *nr a» Ton.
I. F. > flan *C. ItooAa. Otoa.
11 "T| ml T maHM af tMt art
'km« bn nwfliil with aad at the
'ill > af the mm af uid koads
Aacast, UM, at the Cart Hmm deor
rf Maita Caaaty, at 11300 o'dMk.
Naw. offer at pahlie aactiaa to tb
highest bidder, far cask, the fdlariaf
I—K nal property:
ike koaae Bad let la Watt*
Gran in tke Tawa of Waiismstoa Bad
fsi inlj sicapsH by W. O. Aariia n
and wife, Baef Cleary «*
aac side aad Kay GriSa aa three sides
Tkis tke ltth day at My. IM4.
a DUKE CRTTCHKK, Traatee.
Haras thie day Miilili I aa Ad
akhtnta af tke estate af Joaepk
Carey, late af tke eaaaty af Martin
aatiee ia kereky fi»«n to all pariaai
fciMrnj 11 iin against said estate to
paumt same for pa)nat aa or befon
tke Mtk day of Jane, IKS. or lhi»
aotice will be pleaded :a bar of tfc-ii
AD persaM iadfhtrd to said estate
will come forward aad make iasmed
iate payment af iiaae
Thi, aOtli day of Jaae. 1924.
MARTIN COUNTY SAVINGS
AND TRUST COMPANY.
Administrator of Jascfk Corey.
City IJceaaa Plataa f«r Aatoa and
Tracks for yaar 1926 caa be obtained
at the Mayor's OMca
All motor relikki within the Town
af WBltamston. N. C. aot eqaipped
• ith a city liernse %/ Jaly, 15th, will
X !« allowed to operate oa the
at.-ceti of WiUiaautoa. N. C, aad
ay o:.e violating tkia ordlaanca will
be Saard tor: dollars aad coato ia the
•brrttioa af tha court.
I:> order of the Beard af Town
G. R FARRISON. Clerk,
laly 7th, IKt
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If it's PLUMBING AND REPAIRING
call "little" Joe Pender.
Price Rijjrht Phone No. 50
WILLIAMSTON, NORTH CAROLINA
- - - - - - - ■ ►
M 1 kaaaa
-1 HT t Apply at IWpbi afca
ekairs aad fa tbsmm aay way aaeaa
toa street ( near Spellar*s store > Wfl-
OP 80WAUB LODGE
m Nol NAP. aad A. M.
are cotdially iarited.
Car tops made water proof by W.
H. Williams. If year car top leaks ks
W. H Wil liama ke wfll maks it water
CHILLS AND FEVER
Ngyim aaaaaav eeaaaaaE
i osZaisi »d ■—*
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