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- North Carolina a.- -ecor*.
class matter, under the act of Marc?
8, 1879.
all communicat»or.> to Tt*
Enterprise, Williamston, N. C.
That Frank A Vanderlip, the great
financier is about to break away fron j
the old Republican ami >upf*»ri L* J
Folletle and Wheeler seem.- certaii !
Kcconiing to reports curren* ir. »i>ii j
ington.
Mr. Vanderlip an assist art -erre
tary of the treasury under a Keputni
can President washed the scale- from (
hit eyes several month- ar» ar»i tw
gan to investigate thir.gs f«r hiir,- j
self.
The more he looke«: the arkerj
things looked and he increases his ]
energies and it was due t» his inrt- 1
tigatioii- that much of the dirt) »>-rk j
of Daughter) was revealed
It is further stated that it was his j'
material that via.-, river Senator
Wheeler which made htm farwa- as *
an investigator.
It is at leust significant to -ee a
1
man of great wealth, ore wl» h«-
spent his life in th» midst of greal '
mcner centers come oul a*t lak
sides with the p-H>pic. Certain!) tW-\
will tr> to destroy fcini Mid. hi- t.
flue lie*- by discrediting hini Wt. b
is a Democrat, in fart one *!.« i •
for the people and i« t for -«-i'
lone.
Thi study of whether or not the
children who live in- orphan hvim.i
North Carolina are bitter ear -*1 for ,
and better educate.! than children ti
Xbe average Carolina homean»i _
the average North Carolina schwd i>
well worthy of tli* be-t »nk of ti*
State 1 K'partment of \V -lf:(r. the
State Health Depanmen'. Iocs! »-ealtti
department.-, the I utxerruio-is
Association, one or al l combined
Should the questio i b« answ red in
the affirmative. as it i»r»(uU> ».il «»•
the que.-'ion Mould -ri—-
are not the chiktre.i in • ur h*.me> and,
public school.- entitle*! to a- *iwi
care ami a.- rood education a- children
in our orpheii homes ? This L- en. Ny
answered in the affirmative TKHftt
would be neces.-ar> to follow this up
with another que.-tion whir* i> not
nearly so easily an- were*!; if uc*, why
not; what is lacking an*! what i» tU
remedy for it?
When it comes to lea«ier>. tley will
be found in the group of yt-ung
folks who held the service at tl*
M« thodist church Sunday.
The orphans of the Methodist Or
phunage of Raleigh ?re to be coa
gratulated, for the i.ncerl wa_- si
right.
A healthy ami satisfying condition
considered from the standpoint o
citiienahip in its brtufcr aspect;, 1
reflected ii tl.e r -port ma.ie to th
National Association of !ocal BuU«lir;
and Loan Assoeia':*.-, ju»t held ii
Cleveland by George R Wottn o
Hickory, E. T. Taylor and L W Moor
of Wilmington, itiaj Nortl
Carolina Building atd Lean a
tafe convention wh : ch reports diados
aracts of about 240 Amriitw ii
North Carolina of SS7JWO  rT4jOO an
CUMMER COLDS
O nJtSSi
vims
to*
representing a gain in a single
'of or 30 per cent over
the previous year. »
Tlw annuel report of tl«e Secretary
jof the National Muilding and U»r
Association League, also made public
'a* Cleveland. showed that the total
j assets of the 10,774 Budding and
J Associations in the Cnitcd
State.- reactied th: vast sum of $3.-
y40.03ti.580.00. It was further brought
out tiiat the Build-ng -nd I-oan cause
last y«ar aided mot than .'l6o.fr* l fam
i ilies to finance the ; r home
i North Carolina showing during the
, Lact year a mo't gratifying uteres.-* (
The increase in Building and Loar At-1
sociation.- last year wris greater than
:)>e total assets of all As-sociatior.« in j
Norlli Carolina just ten years ago. j
milking a 30 per c.*nt mcrea-e over |
\ear.
North Carolina Building ar.d lx»r
Assocfction- liave level> pe.i not b>
cnarice but genuine service to their •
(communities. Any agency which a>l
jtht mass?s >f jieople to > wn *heir owr
(homes desrves a full measure of ,-uc
t
jeess and rhouid be fully suppo-te-i.
'for it thereby ai«is in upbuilding the
jS'atr and-in raising the »»eneral level
I -if scre?\. and the Building and
r
Ij>an A - .ociatiens of North Caridira
•>rf a ssuming their re: I i»art in the
;.-veh pment of the State
AGE LIMIT ON "VAMPS"
| f'hieayti—"M> wife a vamp, that's
i -ai,\ I hit hr" John Charneski. 7S,
•-li Judire Trude. >ee h'r" ai>l
:!.« Judge anil Mrs. Cherrie-ki app-ri
She is 76
"Twenty dollar- fine" the J»*dge
! ; ni disgustedly. 1
'NORTH CAROLIN \ \S \ l»KBI
Sv\KER %N|» IHMV » t»\T»n :«»\S
« II WGE—
W ith.n thw« ar.d one half year- j
r tvl- has authorize.' th • -. ->«: r I
f #»ir..!»iio.i*'o - talc bonds for rwa-i»
building :;nd during til • -aiiw *:m
--■*»-«" iias been psas.-ed a hil! : ct>.- f.
I ?. I bond . >S ue of ; IINWL I«I U»
jiui'hi a little railro:.d in \\ t'errt
i ",.rtli Carolina. All of thi- l.ar (»>••
j.i,>ne without a-kir»g tl»' p-*,pfe to
\. tr tM: it or w'i«*t#i**r llvev ♦»-—»r»«i t«.
vi te upon it or not
Yiie l.:-t*i latur.- did ii*l't in h»-th
'>: uu-1 di -i-rve The prabe of tie
..f thr Stale for giv.uar »!»•
(? commereial :alvaiitag» - *he>
»»■; 111 no other may. It i- al
■ „>.- i'««niUMiifss to l-urel ;.-e
i,i* worth the moil »y ami it .is al
to go in debt for thill"-- wort!
•- t'l. r the moii-y. c> rtc. i.ly "weds
.."•j lallrwads ar?.
't i l-ai-d to find a p»rson-iis th*
r k «*|e -lale V to «■![ rai-e up Ui*l
lsa> anything against, our nm-i buiW
v program. The nutomobdist pmise
' «j. m an i com pi-litis thai w- haven't
>•«•* paved roa.l. . No great uiteefst
liav'e oppose"l the issuing of the-e
t
amounting to JTWrti.io'
' N'uw another question up
li e St.-ite finds one of its mo t vain
■ t i,. ;i.--et- in its water courses wbrh
A GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUtEKS 1
r- ;yn _ fit
*"i»| , KKAOY-TO* i:.\K MUSICAL IXSTBI MKNTs #
j.»ji fvr ***** ' Vkto, Uwiao. Mai
! {ij *ihl Children; I n>!*rm«-»r .j.Ju.. S*:inp f.-r °ii
nj llu-ter) * \kjljis an»i GiuUr . V irtn>'-- u
TO * ai>? Km*kl>
uf y; jr
*icra d**™ Shos for Mrr - l^a " > mtitt fiahes S
i »JT, m,l ( hililmiu Men- ami Bwjs
r IV3 Work Shoe> . >■*•* *• Tomr oni*r A full £
j I *f Ea*ct K raws B
uf g DRESS U4M)US H
tfts , STORTING CUUDS •'£
r- MJ In this ■lej.artnwti' ■* to»t H]
th tip jili kirui.s of |>mr fowl* uJ Hat* kails. Bal». and CE
BK Notions. ■«!» Mu'u>l Stadap.
* ri/VTHI\(' FOK MEN AND BCT& READY Q
in Ki v lADL SUITS MADE TO ORDER ffl
-1 RUSS BROS. VARIETY STORE
v 9 :_1 w asiiimiton, north Carolina^
I itkm l!*M K« »■ «m Kind Flaar
LIE . Efectrir Unitar I* al IWi
are worth huMiiexi.- of nuUaoOf of;
Mhn to the people of the State, but
'al prr-ent arr practically out of use. i
Tlae last legislature in it-- wiadom saw j
'fit to make use of this great wealth .
itiJ appointed a coamuitiee of good!
men to make full inv.-stijratxin of
time natural ajvar tages and the
inJusMe cost of redainung and mak
in* l*«er-- usahie
Ibe comanitte has found the nee«: I
lo be ,tki: and the approximate cost j
K i-ukl be which, would I
jrn.: k - freigfct e*jaimeis available.
Now the cr« come-- to let tae people •
lute before any botw? are i--ued The,
i
jirdin ticn- are that th? po!itician j
who passed the S' - fHOJIP" boret i--oe j
|in the la-1 two lejri-lativr sewimu I
| will fight the i>-ue If they do J
iof o«ir-f. nw»-l pi-wpi* will have their
for *je:ng ,-iaspiciou-- for iheir
action"
This is Use tiay in which the wop!*
i-Koukt watr A as well as pray. Th*-
voters shoufcr keep a daily watch on I
|
the tombira'HA lecaae politsctar s I
n-iroank cwmb:*e: are peculiar beings |
'»wi they iwi your attentk»r„
T>» ba-eball games as witnessed
it, lie Sucal -treet- Sur l-> afternoon
a»>»! ir wfeicb ix- floTt - arei HrJls art
u-*-?. are real I > amu-ir,g. While
c> m ire cor.teslcrts have played
tr t:e Pi,n>r ieague?. the) tiav ? rela-
trre- at resJ goo»! friends connected
wtn the tearir- a. r **i apw. this fac* 1
r.w r «>f the anrap. Nt i> Uase-i. A*:d
•i: - iLi. learn a gresxl d i' by !i.-*--n
I> hut m, trfinitr coridusion csc be '
i _eh«e»i. fi,r there L r,o umpire to call
d*ci»a v. So all we of having real
.• j -tuff i- ar umpire
SHOE REPAIRING
•S» -J* tepa>rir.g iry -hop on the
I'.lTJ'.w fva'. : one ery
. ! i.!ii a ci rtiie a:.«J ui-ablt- * • C« lir' I
; -*i iWn *-t -work, bet iri pi«e> iijalc
| p. the differe-.ee-
XI I RKI» HOI «.!_
:JI-T: >ii\|lAkHKKh 1\ \TY.
 .!.« I in uue AatwmuMlc Tire ar.'l
:mi. - u *» 2 I - Finder w(J ve
mm' lv .- i.i ■ -'li*Ur.4rfi.
NIITIT K OF SALE
Ladrr as*# b* virt««i- of power of
.- i'r roi.UUio, in Two frtiii. .keds
tf »n;- rtmatsii by ii J
i>l •.>to 11 > iru-to »hic!:
L vi i. ~-3>i :n tl«- ' See of tbt
-1.. lleed- -f Martin County,
it —C: —Vmr —rwonifi c
I;. • i |L'
of l;4i. I). >btni I!ln «i.i) of
Apr I I**t. having wet
■aiir i tie pyra* »f thi uxlHito!
lit ivn i. .. aiei th !,«IU I
t>f -ae> i ote- lei m* ma le ■j^nnr.! oi.
U i« ft.-« ;«•-«- in»- -awe. I w :i! « if. J
|,.r -aie a! (übiir auc.k : f>*r ea- to
K-> K.rU ' hsk-r 1 tk? Coart hous*
{••••-r of tVwijr o:» die' ".sth
" _y »f Aurw-t i«l it 12 o'clock M
. | > f-dlowir e real esale to-wit.
• at ar. iron :.ub in whil
-1 j tker~> Ur; . >' V. V htlrker's cor.-er.
•I k r : B 1 Uiii.kerf line a
, Mujt u-u -e to C isp line to ar.
ir.-;, -i.-b. licence a V. ~st mars' te
' a cut. ivti.i I . O-lwrn* ar*l Fulf; ni :
- n i :er UIMK» " OAuraV li.se" : '
t Northerly oni.-e t« s an irv« slob
L. hna i-1 Hi*K>i,i?th'.- th»ne»
with llig* -i.:-tb's lit* to on iron
i stsh C- V. hi r - r.-rrier. the»»«-e
villi Whit iket's !n, to the bagiii
r.iiic. (Mlaiu'sg it' Mf>. n.->re o.
h IrsaL
in KMTnrasß. vnjjuanoii now CAROLINA.
This the 12th day of Jul J IM4- (
L S. PEELE. TwtK.
Hartii ami Pied,
Attorney*.
NORTH CAROLINA.
MARTIN COUNTY.
" IX SUPERIOR COURT
BEFORE THE CLERK.
Mrs. Margie Stub*.
T»_
Stiibbt, l«friS S obls, Lm
St-olt, EUa Sprogue. E-ioae Suhk.
"A alter Smbbs and MatUe laiter.
The defendants above caned will
| take notice that an actiue ntitM a#
j jbuvf ha.- been coiaanuM in the
Superior Court of Martin Comly,
: North Carolira, for the porpnpe of
aliotinir •• the plaintiff her tw in
jtbe land* of her deceased fcnthid.
•ilarceltßS StubU-. the defendants be
■ ing heir*-at-law; and the defeudasft*
I will further take noUrr 'hat they ar?
mjoind to appear before the Clerk
of the Superior Court at hi# o®« in
\Vi'!.imston. X. C, or. the 36tfc day
of
u. the complaint or the phir.ti# will
appl> to the court for the relief de
manded •herein.
ThL- the a day of JaJ>. 19*4
R. J PEEL.
Clerk Soprrv-r Court
7-2S-4t
« ——————
' ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
Having thi> day quaiihe>i a- admin
istrator of the estate of W. F. Gar-
KUi late of the County of Martin,
wtto -lieti intestate.
All person* boMicg rial re.- iti t-"
.-aid estate are hereby aotitec to p.*»
Mt&t aw for peyreert witfeit our
year from *hi* date, or thi* notice
will be pieaiei if? bar of their re
covery.
All person* indebted to .-m) e»tate
will be retired U> nutke •nmeriiat*
payment of .same.
This 31»t day of July. 1>24
J S. GURCAN'US. Adminis
trator of W. F. Cumr-t>
BIABgttB
SwMn mm] severe puis ■
Stomach. Bowel*, lull Imal
Cramp. Colic. Dudnca *
SO yoara In
Equally vmluaMe at hew.
whru travettng aal tor amsv
geacaea by light or day.
S44
J TO MAKE ROOM FOR |
I OUR FALL STOCK |
TO S
rl That Will Now Soon Be Coming In, We Are |~
I Offering Some Of The Greatest Clean Up Bargains j
| That You llavc Seen This Season. Our Buyers Will j
21 Six>ll Leave For The Northern Market. And We j
II Have liOts Of (ioods Now On Hand That Must Be I
t1 Moved And To Make Them Move Fast We Are (
I Giving Bargains That Will Sure Please You When
I You Set Them.
I
II ■- Harrison Brothers & Co.
II WIUJAMSTON'S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE
CLEANING. DYEING A PRESSING
I have opened up a pressing Utah
In hmniT at any home on Sycamore
Street and an in a position to da
pressing, cleaning and dyeing and
to repair d*4fcea at reasonable prices.
Work called for and delivered.
WILLIE THOMPSON.
T-»lm
] OPENED FOR IV!
We have just Received a car load of Wire Fencing:, Hay Wire |
and Stretchers. Let us quote you our prices before you buy.
8 If it*s Enamel Ware, Perfection Oil Stoves or anything in
the Hardware line we have it
We are receiving a large supply of goods daily and in a very |
short time we will be able to supply you with any quantity of
1 * |
g any thing in the Hardware line. |
8
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Hji g
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I Culpepper Hdw. Co. j
M\IN STREET WILLI AMSTON, N. C. |
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' ' 12
|j ; HASSEIJ. JUULDINC.
tffl
v; TO
fi? CHI
NOTICE
By rhtue «T the psai
li a tile retaiaing note is ir to ■(
•It Fard toarhig car, ttw car kavriag
keen taiwud—d to me, I will aeO the
■aid car to the highest kUder at the
Court House door on Wednesday the
i 20th day of August, 1924 at 12. IL,
dehtodnea*.
This Aagust Ist. IML
E. C WYNN.
WANTED: RBGULAR AND T*AN-
See Mia. J. C. Crawford. Haugtoa
Street-
    

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