North Carolina Newspapers

    PREPARE AN EXHIBIT FOB THE
BOANOKE FAIB. WILLIAMSTON.
V C-—4 KK DATS 5 BIG NIGHTS
VOLUME XXV—NUMBER 70
FIVE DAYS BEFORE
ROANOKE FAIR
OPENS ITS GATES
Fair Opens Monday
Night and Continues
Through Friday
(hly out more ank Wfarr ear
grates* fair will «pak The Roanoke
Fair will will begin ant Vcou) nigtu
K.lb the mast daWrtt peeparations
ilal hjrr ever Men — » H far ui fair
in this
HriKalMC.- the peopie of thi> «KtMO
«U fipfrwnw the happiest week in
the year. There will he plenty of fan
2nd amusement for all and fna ir.
rtaraUonil -:n»ipoir'. the fair tfii
y—ar will be north nwr thin it has
•w before.
The wnain'i baihtinn. « la dtarrr
of the Ladie» Aid Society of the
MtHatet c hatch with Mrs. L it
Harrtot. cfiurmut and! witl Mr-
Hamson as mum m 'fc? buil-img
all exhibit.- will be carefully handed
iml the mo-t excellent care » of
them, so brirg all the things thai
>«u think will imr - prize or a Mat
ribbon ami they wfll be safely budeu
ml r»'#rr*>' to yoa
I. noer the MfuibM —ef-Mesrf.-
Jacks of Rock) Bowl aikl IWrr>«o.
and Halberstadt of this city, the
poultry iieputaeet * ail he oar of the
prates* features of the fair
Me>»r». Ihni kokenM ■ ctiaig*
of the >wine aat cattle ietartiwaLv
and Mr. T. B Brams-r. ta Me farm
exhibit bwUap, the p'opie
that this will kelw*f»*rthey
lave i»elpe»t ta put w
This year the Fair wdi
give the largest am# the rwalrst
number of prrnius- Kit it «a- ever
Siren. They wfll be fiw. on t«r>
thine from the faanr>; «*r>e 4®wi
to the tiwe>t plan: It mah= no «Jif
ference what the emhihM »>. t.-ft «■
a premium oa «. if it is the best.
Remember, a ha* of potatoes or a
hunch of turnips may bra* yoa sever
ai 'lollar- as well as a eh—pi—Alp
in your particular law.
Martin roun'y ■» a typscau wait)
and it should 611 every mch of spor
ui the exhibit hul-imf that is not al
lotted to .oaae other c«mty or wr me
Cattle Dipping Ends
JLn Martin County
Cattle •iipp;r.-r «fe4 m Martm
county Frtiay with the of
«ne or two vats that wfll kite to dip
again.
The faithful cattle that k«»
iSroarti Main street for • many
mouth.-. parsed t' n .#fc Fi*toy with
apparent J»y ami jhrtnesj.
The men le»iar aid he k»* - 4w
ing the cattle were all -mfles- fr»e thr
rlalnrs- in theu Urait. that there
rouki be no ihore eow-s u> dip. (He
man said that it «- gome *o he an
end to lot# of tr >:U J another «MH
that it was rota* t* h at end of
.til his rirswr
Official- fta" - feat wgh the rvrrp
t j«n of a few wtmcril pastures, the
„ tarantine wfll me Ns IHM aid we
■*ill have the S*E- -Hppwg privi-
Irjts as any otbe- county.
Craven com -11 be he nearest
county to es fe" is yrt m the ixk
•.•strict, after January hrst.
Car Ac ,: d:: 4 . on
Wash in ton Road
Another ni amdrM TO ailei to
the already «. * unit that have oc
curred on the Ka-k-atton Wdlia*
.-ton highway b>t Sonday. It hap
pened near :V East S-ir farm of Mr
J. l_ HflMay when M'. TW Bafley s
ear struck a mule to Mrs
lena Mikley The vale was hJy
itippled and the tsr r» almost total
>r ■ itched, it hekt* smed over sevor
*l time* Mr Bafley was hurt hot
rot very jeriinrly ax 4 at this time he
• itet'nr along righL Speedme
. \ .9 tie CWK of •he anflrtf. aetoni
iq; te those who saw the aceifct
Dr. Pritchaid of Vaiw was a
Hasine-s vn-uor here this mr ruing.
Mr. Herbert Mi-iumg of Grfc
township was here this iiitm-
Mr. and MIL lalnts Cadoin and
Mr built VOiam of Farwflr
visited frieuiili and nlatiii i. heve Sot
day-
Mr. and Mis. J- S. Shades return
ed Saturday from Seu York and Nor
folk where they spent the put week
Mr. Jesse D. Green of Ihk ma ■■ r is
visaing hi* ciMta. Mrs. Ot» Moh
tey and Mr. X. C. Green far several
days.
Mr. Joe W, ■—m hf the
Kxmcf iur ntnad jw
-erday farm X«u Tank uhcie he has
THE ENTERPRISE
SHOOTS FOR DEER,
KILLSSON
Mr J. J. Johnson of Near
Windsor Slays Son
In Accident
While hunting for ileer Friday at
iemoor. with I.is son an>j severs!
■•triers in the river swamp. Mr. J. J
Johnson had the misfortune to ac
cidentally .-hoot ami kill hi; #°THI
teen year old son. Roosevelt.
Mr. Johnson was
-landing in a path when he hemi the
•logs brtnpnfr out a deer ami wj.
waiting in a -tate of nervous expe*-
>»»wi for the deer i« emtige free
he thicket when his son steppe*! cut
from behind a tree zn«i wh-re he wa
looking for the deer. Mr Johns***
fired "he fatal shots before he wa?
■are that it was hi- son he ha.t shot
n-tead of a deer. The shot went
.ti rough the body of the yiiunK mar
«nd he liied instantly.
Mr. Johnson wa- no' a*ar- th..*
his son wa> anywhere about or h»
xould have thought of ihe ib'ieer of
hooting without examining mor«
closely
He Has a double trouble, the li*-.-
•,«f his son. ami the fart that he kill
him and although he has the svm
■athy of all who hav? heart! of the ae
ftden'. there is nothing that can lift
he load of ,-orrcw that is beartnr
lown on him.
Mr. Johnson is a farmer of Bertie
"•■Bty, living annul one mile fron.
te county sea". Windsor
SCHOOL MKCTINC
AT BEAR '.RASS
At a meeting of trie citizen- ..f the
Be>r Grass School District in." night
the -chool fcoi'se in Itear t»ra
slaft? were formulaU-d nhetehy ah
election cwuki be he 1.1 ftr tl;e en
'anrement of the district and the
twiMinr of a high school. A pe'itior
was -i|rne«i by a number of citizen s.
-ame to be submitt 1 to th« Boa'-i of
Education and the County Comnis
i«ner'■ at the meeting if each on the
first Moixiay in November- At thts
liw all committeemen ami patrons
rt«cerne«l in the formulation of a new
•tis'rirt are invitel to be present ar*i
»epiese«st their interest.
Sup* Pope was prr «_nt last night
M»1 explaineal the la..* ! n the matter
as>l Hon. Clayton M CM- j» k>- on th«
Count) wi.le plat fo- High School
Building
Dixie Makes " od Avyr.
As Sh* .!« by Adv.
I r*t.- ami avfrij;' - Ei* along the
l«e-t U- be fouixi a.- slwwn by the a>i
•■ertisement of tlx lime W.-rehou-*
n the las* page of tills paper.
Lank the ailvertisement over and
te if h can be b-at anywhere at,.t
js>k the customers if they' ..re not
I*ea-ed with their -ak*..
I M»IR PASS WILL BL
BE ABY MIR TRAFFIC
BY XKXT SI Ml W
The uixierpau-- a ti»e end of M uii
- treet will l«e ready for traffic b.v I
unday.
Residents of upper Main street se
oort that cars are daily goinr up a •
far as possible on o l *' Main an»l -t -f*
to take a look "under the trestle"
to .«e how it looks out around Gar>.*»
Terrace. It has been about a ve*.i
ince they've seen those part.- an*t it|
-ertamly look- jroo.l
ZR3 Expected lo
Arrive in IT. S.
Tonight or Tomorrow
The ZB3, t-ie frr&t tiiri.-U.. bo lt
«v Germany for the l'nite>i '"State.-,
i expected to arrive in thi.- C">ialrt
either unight or early tunuirux
 oniine It left Germany Sunday
rx-minr and is coming by 'he *:• > of
te Azores and Bermuda, arrvmg U
rrat craft the longest flight over
i ethmir bat the deep rea» that any air
teaf" has ever travele«l.
The dis tan re to be covered bap
he made, if the expected -dvrdule i>
»»-amtained. in about sixty hour-.
The greet flying ship is more than
A yards lone and it strong enough
*• carry a large company of peoptr
and a root, quantity of snpplio. The
ontSt is complete with witness ap
r a rat as and most of the modern con
veniences.
The Germans built this rnat air
-hip for 'he United States and far
fay mint, credit was given her en he*
car debt. — ~ 7i
Mr. McGowan of te Taylor Stndio af
Norfolk wfll he In town tomorrow te
tate pact are* in the home*. -
Willianiston, Martin County, North Carolina, A\iesday. October, 14. 1924.
MARTIN COUNTY'S
i BEST GO TO
CHICAGO
Small Percent oi Breed
ing Stock (k>es To
North Carolina
Mr. Walter Halber.-tadt. a local {
!k eltry mar shipped iJtIK Chicago
i nreersity recently tjfle high cla>s I
i.ight Btahma cockerels. The ,-peciA- '
.*s.sions on this onier calle>i for birds j
! e' true Brahma type, that is long?
f *«le hsefc. carry me their width to
tail, deep full round breast with leg.- i
set well apart, high "nough on legs
to develop a -pecin>.-n weighing twelve
' pounds or better whet, maiund
It was through the recommeiHiatior
c-i a very high authority in heavy
' i ultry that this or>ier was received
1 I-* our local breezier.
Mr. Haber-tadt who L- im»W apprt>act.-
'■•r msiWle age ha- h> . n i.n anient a.i
ftrer of the grarxi .4«i Hrahma since
childhood and while ne i- not com
r I- 'le«* to rrise chirk us for j iiveli
fcood. he Kjs found a handsome profit
"i- well as mart, ple;--ur» in his favor
ite |a*tiire
He regret?, to tit. however, Sia!
a very -mall pei cent of hi- »>ut|>ut
■rf breeding stock aid hatching egv
, wfere tliey >houki —in Xorth Caro
. lira. He says 'hat Martin county
-hw«hi take his er.tir* -upply of
f tatchi>>g eggs for the nest throe
ear-.
Mr Halbrr-.arit an ailvocale of j
a pure ir*oi of chicken- on every
tim because pure breed- cnea\t* ih r "
terest ares mtere-t lead- to investi
■ ...In* of If* -ulijeft Inve.-tigatlon
• t »«alifys ore* for t.rou r operatior and
i wot any i4i>iii *sj*ope'ly operaU'.
I t-uailv pays dividend.-.
1 .•Kilt HKS «> « \TKI; BILL
TO Bi: MAUL IN (OI Ml
Mr. R O Lverett will -peak in the
j -chool aanitorium ir« Ki berx - vslle
i rWi) night at h o'clock. Tl>e public
P omlalli invited to hear him.
Saturday afternooi>. Mr Everett
•CI -peak m Jame.-vdle on the Mater
i ■jn-p-itilMi B»ll ami Saturday
I eigl.t at s e'click he will -|Hak in
"be -CIMMJ anditor.un in Ila'nilue
Mr. Everett is a g»o-l -p>aker aiei
large crowd.- are e\>iortei to hear
dl-CUss liie i--ue- of the \V;iter
' Trar.-pu*tatM Bill.
I •
Kpworth Ix'ague
Visited Windsor
Sunday Evening
, TW Kpwoith of tl* local
. Methodist cituicil visit. >1 tie- M>-tho
. i«us church of Widior ami field erv
ke by tivmr fcw «f the it-iulai
| k-agne ptucram- Tie Wmd-or league
I ju-I bees organized ami it.- mem
I b»rs invited the league «.f thi.- citv
io e»- ov-r ami give »r»e of il> ;>r>
.'tan- Ttxoe who ".•»-k part in th»
riem.-es »ere Mi -e- France- t.ur
?a»a>. Mary Clyde l>egge"t. 4«*se
pNiite S\ke-. Battle Fjdmondson. Mi»ry
Harri—c.. Ellen Cowing. Olive Mur
rill. Mattie ljum Kogerson. Fannie Per
> ry. Martha leggett. Christno- IK-1.!
1 rulah Ward I'age. Hiuletl. Gur
; ai>a- Emma Robert Mrs. t'arl I
Kelly. Mrs. Jair- A. la-ggett. ami
- jirs J. F Thigpen are) Me.-.-r- Bill
Harra-an. Bill Harrell. tiayhnl Har
rison. Joe Fvere-1. ami V jrr.: I
Everett. The league wa.- accompanie-l
1 ta Windsor by Mr. ami Mrs. W. C
i Lrcermaiii and Mr. Charles (iolvin
Misis Wale Able of Wilmington is' 1
(eitiaf her sister. Mr- loin Mc
• 'all oit Switkmirk -tree*.
•i the city yesterday.
Mr.- Spcnfll Spam ami little son.
Sprnfli. jr. have joined Mr. Spain ami
f hey are making their home with Mr-
Fanaie Carstarpheri on Main street.
Messrs. O. 11. Hea«i. J. G. Gcdard,
" j- aiM Jaliu- S. P-el -pent Sunday
' sa Greenvflle
' Mr atd Mrs. Johr. L. Botlger.-on
Mai •saughter.-. Misses Mary ami Mar
r raret ami Mrs. Anna visit
r •>' Mrs. Fraley and Mrs. A. D.
Mizeile m TarU.ro. Sunday.
H EBBING-EVANS -
t
i Mrs. Myrtle Allen Evan- ami Mr.
i Lean Herring of La Grange were
> ia»nnd Sunday at the home of he.
t brother, Mr. Wesley Allen in GobU
- ton by Rev IVrry Case of Wilson.'
:■*. c
Mr. aad Mr. Wesley immedieUly f
' after the ceremenr notoretl to *.Ye*t-,
r era North Caraflisa where they will >
f spend tergal day.
Mrs. Herring is the daughter of
Mr aid Mrs John Allen of .James
f vflle and wa* for a number of years
» employed by Harrison Brother* and
Compney of this place.
' " ,_ r ,
SUNDAY SCHOOL
CONVENTION TO
BE HELD HKIU:
|
S. S. Workers From All
Parts of County Ex
pected to Attend
Programs are out ani plans are be
: i'g rapidly completti for hobiaig tb-
I Martin County Sunday School Cor
v en'ion on Thursnay night ami all day
, Friday. October .%» and 31. Tue c*»n
»«ention will be he4.i with she Bapt:->
c turch. at WiiKam-tcr.. the opening
-e—ion he.ng held at 7J»
Thursday night. It i- expecteol thai
there will be a p«»i a!*er«dance from
vj rious parts of the enwnty a: th»-
first meeting. o"het sessians w»ll be
i«eW Friday mnming. aftemoor ani
night, the convention rle-irr with »he
Frtilay night sess-i.tr
The Committee in charge »f |4a -
~»nd program for the Convention have
autounred that the •»r.»rtm b. hp. e
prepare.! »ith the h»ea  f laimg ~a
convention for the .«i-cu— IOII «f to o j
tical problems-"* TW plar i- to make
if |»viMe for worke' fn-m all .w
pert men's of the Sumlav Sc*to.4 to re
eeive practical concern
ing their specifir v»rk
During the cnnvention fKere will he
•»aestion ami di-ci. -■ w, pereaL- I ee
those pr e-ent will he given ar> t*p
p rtur.i'y to pre*T- their Sur«lay
School problems for disntss-ion. ami
•:d any t|ue>tmn- on SritaJ
werk.
The convention i- ;nter tiemtmirvs
_ JoWtL ami worker- from all Sunday.
of all evan--!,cal
tsons are invited to partta-ipate ia the
work
-1500 People Attend
Sunday Service
At Hymouth
PEOPLE ATTEND I.KA-COKT
"llie ."»ui.-ia> evening -ervice beht by
*he I eaman-t Ve-tar Evangeb>tir |or
ty in My mouth wa.- at*ende>i by at
lea.: fifteen kiumol people, aevurd
uig to Mr Co.-to- *ho wa.- in town
ye-tenla) The wa_- tille.l ami
the house *a- ••verfloaiag.
The ba-inn - lw»e. are beginning
to clo-e fur t»ae ■nee*mg. all the
churches aiV o-operatmg. ami tbi
meeting is lUui t.- akmc with eapec
tat 101 - of a great nntrune 1 »- v -n
•>a- tieen no itivitation giv«-r. yet bo.
• .re »ill be given very -wo ami great
results are expected.
The party will hold service- in the
I'ethel Hetbsti-I etiureh «n M.-t>iay
i.ftenH»on. October s>th at 2: ri «'
(lock.
POULTRY
MENT TO BE A
LEADER AT FA IP
The Poult ry liepar* merit at i ."e
R. anoke Fair. ' act. Jwr .»• to 21. * d :
le* .«>e of the greate-t ii. t !.»-"«ry
ami will lank *tlh the be-t ir. *bt
>«uth last year poaltry
►eu-e- were bud;, thi- ;.ear th.
• umber ha. been .ucr-a-e-i hy tai
ai >i yet tS-re is r» sign of -larfcinr
ar in its pace
Th*. merchant- and (-tun.- of Hil
!»m*t»a have e tablis'ieil £ (eei I
! etze fun>! an I - teral babimi dol
'e.rs mdl le given by them oat eh
«f the regular |«emuai-
Thi- dnarat«t i> ->f» r. to all
wril ami ar.ile She four eorr«er
might r«o| le- fepre—ated all part
-1 S, will he Mr C. W. Jack-. Supr
->f this departmert is highly (dea-*-l
with the poultry department here, a
ire that it is the i» -t to he found any
wlere
e
V«M poultry department ami
one of the mu-t beautiful rdler
Son of hard- you law ever »een ~
Mr. Joe Carroll of Aidandrr wa
u busine-«s visitor here yesterday.
Mrs. Nathan Rogers of Bear Gras.-
n- her» -hopping yest-nfay.
Mrs. A. R White ?nd Irt'le .tangnui
Miss Rent, will leave this afternoon
"or Washington where they wfll visit
relatives until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H Harr-oa. Mr
-mi Mrs. J 11 Muolard and Georg*
llarrbon jr. vi>A(t! relatives in iiltn
v die Sunday
Mr. and 3rs. J. I. William- i.xrfor
*-l to Grifton Snseiay. Mrs. William
is spemiing -o»we tm- there with her
mother, Mrs. I- J. *hap*ac. who is
>.oite ill at her hoaw there
I Ml-.- Mary White of GreenvXe was
here for the week end with her mother
, Mrs. W. R. White
Mr. and Mrs Gwdwia iMuuag d Ac
lander visited Mrs A. ii.
yertarflap.
Miss Mary hmg FBim of BH
haven spent the week end m the]
city with friends and relatives
Mr. Wfll Rhodes of SMe Rhodes
. • - —; — ■;—* ■»» 'i:
MIL WEATHERS
SPEAKS IN
EVERETTSj
I Speaks On The Port and
Water Transpor
tation Hill
Mr- Carroll VVeath.r- of Kao-i«-*-
f*»k. on the Port ami Traa..p>r
'i H-n Bill at Kterett.- la-t Friday
eseis.ng. He canv to till the appoint
ment of Mi Charie- I . Harris who
wa- uraMe to attemi.
Mr. Weather- fir-t «!L-cu--e»i th?
•real progre-- 1 h:.t North Carolina
«5 mr.iV in the la " few year- "She
"ow -tandmg wi'hin ea-> of
very top in she agnrultur .1 » »rl->
' *r.i -h-- L- takiiig a long lfa.i . \
I many other -late, in manufacturing
■ Ami N««rth Caroli; a pay - more fe«ieral
'2\e- than any other -tate ir. TV
■ 's 10l with the exception of Vew
" Vork. IVnn-ylvania. Illimti- ami Mich
1 »an.
\we derive !e-- breeti' 'rott,
our iatural re .»urr.-- .. pr-- e -
.tr many .-tate- Ti...t n... . -•
•• high, at;-; they are the -t.i ► lit
save »a>r opi»>rtunitie- ami r»tak.
' of them ""
Mr Weathers ait that »E * -e
r ««i to ay nuhh ahon ..ij x f -^l
• "artdiif ntnl 1 h-t » "' *r.e
•>e-t Our -.-bool- ae.' «f f -■ *.■
V .I'lrv-t ever;, liiu*. we rank » "i . «
'•est. wrh the evcepthtn »:* .w? *,trk
f p.*rt teirminal
"Of cour-e there a.e a
•oat bnrfmgs at &. number > f thf
voter town-. \V Omir«!to!t. N» . litrr.
.Vashinglon. I>ieiror*. K>- .:•!« • »'tt>
Wtlliam-toii. Ilam.l a- .• i.rjl
-•her- Tt.e . vi har>r in mo- cj-#-
sre prvatelv .■»f .i ...■. >t - , . a
urai se of rmi|t ti'ive ► ih»' that
v«r. F-r !•■ no- l ca-»-- :he r iitrvad.
I «?ve Men c»-nteo? of 'S-- i*-. : t imi
I'll- ; ,h-y havt never m ui In
to /i much in ra>.* when '' - >j -I
jot happen. -
ha- f »«•'.( 'her »e down i««
•» mallw- tfli ::r.i (h' rulrKsl ha»-
r.s>t ho-. .-:i. ugi> competition from their
to mak- any difference IP fr*i—F"
I rates.
"A »' a"' .he pre-ent lino- Nor»"
,* a rot In. . . T ...g iWi » .iv
. tre«el.; a. - •• _ t r- i;.-> .•t» •
.-.lne—i an. ,-iale n t»>e I ni>. \ - ;
l>r»»of 1 . *..» l.i . i.
«i«arge»i 1... it- th- f.e-.r>
- f 'l.e Atl ;ilc Coast I 'r«e. ttr- Sou»b
ern R- .» y vmi th« Sea |UuM Ah
lane are aZ! sn -t. iMvh • .r. nr
• a mini on tie .■m I - nt N « thai
on Ihei; *-• . .r«' \ t» m- If u' • .. b-;
tate- fi Idnetl.
""Hie » • nut '?• : * more ;>
"ole ir- *,i..: # i CrnJir tiiat. «t mikr
on a mile n any other -tat« !ia! it
• perali -in I ;.e .*i .tr>» make r.r j»
"v Ja,i«« i.i..r>- |» r mile m N i than,
n any other ta'e Tie Suuthern al
-o get- it- largest .iivsh-mi ft. o- it -
".orth t .-irolin i traik
"Ihere t- no >iouh' then that h
railroa-l ami it- alls - ami ht;»-ltr>g
.te working ovi-rtino- to .lefVat tk«
.oea»ure To -how you * hat liw t C
I. woul.l |o-e in Martin f.-ut,'v. Its.
■'•2 l yearly, if they charged u- th#
ame nls that thet ilo in otler 'ale
«aild convince everyone tliat ..nF*
"he rai!r..a.l- are the only .*e- 'hat
rould m.t »-ant port terminal- ami
-rater tran.portatii n
~I he city of Ral.-igh 1. a.».ni ti
y ll. il.— marer Ih-trmt than Nor fo %
• irginia. yet Norfolk only plt - J; I 5»
Ireiiht on a car I ■•.el ■> i Fords ohile
Ralesgj, |i y - |l*«». which i a l.ttb
litre iiaii fifty per cent. %m! tHal
fake- a loni cat alenit 111 no.re ir.
•frleigfi lliiii in Vintstiia." d
Mr Hiatiim i? not ar 4i 'no
,«4itgi in irtit just a young nan *b»
*-a- the intere.-t of the p. iwpb- at
tart ami he makes char by fact
•ml figure- the roo.l that m;y he- de
-iveti fftfli adopting rl*- p.> : -t Terr:;
'*l ami Wa'er Tran.-portati «n iva
ure.
fEAt HERS VEDIMe
SATI RIIAV. INTOBEB In
Ther* «ill lo- a County-w:'de aiee»
ing of the teacher-- i f Mart!"! founty !
ai the tt -lliarn 'Mi gra* -*• i i thill j
Satur»l t> at two o'ci>L ,
Ortober IMh. IWI
' TFe teacher.- who e school are I
«p~ned ami tho.- no* now tea»-r.ir. -1
but *h i hat e bee i engaged » stpn
a %*.! at» urged to te pre-r I T> i»
are some very important matters aa!
•gr. fir -nt plan- fiertaimng *o the
aork of this school year which wdl ]
Is p»*,-**T-d. Come all.
R. A. POPE,
Supt. of oCuaty Schools
" ' I
J Miss E-telle t'rawforil of the Bel-,
'haven cheat faculty spent tSe weH (
'lend here with her mother. Mrs. J. C.'*
rvawfont "
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JAMKSVILLE
A WINNKK
Out of Twenty lYizes
Offered Jamesville
IJoys Wine Five
Marina County a true mat >»:
\»rU. ( jn»!i;u. f..r iik» the Su;e. it
. aa\ - -it at iw '•« ai -ii •he tabk.
» ••er. rt s»t»- from •!*•?>.-K l> :
rnent come - real in the winning «>*
- by t«w cU - in V .*a* :i !
I raminjc i»4 Iti*- Janje>vilte Hiri
x-*'.«4, at the K-ck> M«ui>* Kan- thi
«r»«sth \ .-:«t i«*r.al I mmmg ha-- tush
adopted at Jamr.-ville si:
S- tn . «tek commence* t on t"e l»th
■f Sepg«mbri. the ih-tk!i»'
»' fi 'lr—T M I Tallin'.' nf ha>
. "ei !le. mho *drt t«« J.hih \ He fn
Vam-! to ret the *..ri m line Hi.-
«'>'• Kit f»r. jim»y- Iniininr. ye
*as of the twciitv nrire • !Terw«j f»r
s..«rius; live- -tock ,*r«i |»»u!try . >le-.
- bronchi hnmr five |»r te I t*ir
";r l;!f at l'ork\ MuUr ' m*i:W
' em e-:ter »} «- n.»r;t*>-i a* the S'a'e
s a«r. asci thri -*e..t 1.. Kaleu
"«eiek
T 1 " »-tk «f 'he cla . an-> !f
trwrtor i- biatbly i-ratif\inir !» the
' *ar-- of K'tucatN*fi ai»l Sum* !' >i»
* - tive fapev «iee|>l\ intere te-» r
S> t- !em ■!( part men* in Jan- » il'e.
" J «n »a» rrarste-f by the S - ate |>i
-*•* »* f VaratiaMl Train trie •• i
"S-HirW tf a; m> better «..r k »>.» he.-
t--tw sn the State in -h«»rt ;• ■ *rT'-
IVlmi- rinnmi' are 1 maw--
Kmowtes :*«« pnir in |«mhi> : lirotn
H ihlk*. prize in • > . H- «ir*
* r»l prar in mule- an>' i»h ir
a;r\ com
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MR JOHN A. .°JER*»:
I>lKl > SI'NDAV
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* f*« 3a i«»f >r;»I all"! **
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v-ikt ftf th#> r|*cl mukirtf *arl> *tav -
it. «wmr SatMuJ It »«H
mwrlk inft'li fb«* 4i«n
Father and Fon
Sentenced t» l>ie
In Klertric 'h:»! r
.SMl|»rt. V • , "tt 12 I
Stem art aui hi- >«, 13m ? rt
*rrr 4 litw --1 '«« th. ei. r" r«e rhsl!
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umbli jurj j>' irtv IM- i
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it Jaly «-f this. yevr.
Ihe (4k-r> wiM. *■ rr k lle-i. k»i
- leen to.fi* 1: to ar>
J1 r-1 mfef-n ;feey airinal, ti#> "• r- ar»-
* I n M arxl -*«»t t«. >Wath b> ike Stem
| art- unf theii hey mere 1 :«l*fk»r te
IfiKtt- by tbeir avii'a •>y
1 The caw ma- I »;i - bf>i
ILotli -*ie- biiif rep«--~;lit*-.' b>
jiownl
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jnililßMl M%\ BEAT TO WE HTM
Mdiuc Bel!, a *4cre>l m.n wai
teatn Uriemth in Chirac* »WnH*J
rixbL Bell ns with asaalt
mr In y MWfr mhi'e m..men
' Akimt lira huihireii men ami boy
• jufrd «■ bin ami beat him t* intfi
He was ih»at thirty-'** »f
agr. The UHh| took place in a Je*M
: 1 nun if the tMj.
MAKE UIIK PUNS TO BE IM
U ILU AMiiTON IM KIN; THE WIA- - *
SOKE I mloßkk 20-21 TH.
TIIL kADtLit-Fc,
CHAI I.alQI A
Hr.Kt-, vH 1. L 6 Jb
( omes After an Absence
(>I Several
Years
I . wiu a
vatr, mM*- si- «*r-ijcr iuu* \* ill wm
t»-f. jk -eveu. > ar- ab-e: oe.
i' *- **f a lihiiee
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• ■>>« »i ! u sc, nwreatkn. 3i*«i
is -|Mr»ln«!
• V *.£r a .il 4pp>*ar !>r.
.tiivft «■»- Hi. v l*r. «i.
Xart£r. ar-r i # r lecturers
• tv» r»i 4U»r.r! .n
'-!r- jiil w"«#' v c* jjXi \ It H vie
• >
• - a C*rjHfctAsa»^iwiart-r br' |irr»!e
•»-r. I«f V! sfl-t 1- j-4» t •
- ji.»i a!-*- '5-*-- « lectar
ir V" I. I' f »;.-u ar sh |m»f« >^.r
■
' K.er-"isrk* i- maifi *f:« i»a^
■ trirsf to %.?/*' nIW it.
«b»fer ■ * 1 h-v -
it ?» lrr * 'Lsfk- \« cc»?f*psaf->.
-■• .- J®t a" r r-it? «»f real
- J»T *>liik
, ji He
- ->.«--»« I>f>- 1* * !i>m« tttit nulf
» tLjirtrfle * - jrrt) |x»^h
■ -•ar
i »>«r* > * i!S ••? • itie l»*i ee
' '-3 I» T"*^ > fnr If J« ' -4H X>!o>.
• ers JIIMJ
*ai* -
;»r - •*■#» l* s T'tf •- , Sfira^ae
ifee *.. m- a» ileffi^rt
■ •^f>p,.^" i ar ——* —twi tfar
I - *' ail* t-*r
»•' prPx nt
•*fW l*iaeF" . sft giif i 3 - 3f-
t fc * w *»A » v -i? I \
II |* i'mr; \\ i? k! *
FtHeration Men*h»T-
I "rued !«» Meet Friday
» *er> m mstf ! tas4 r-\»r> 4
.» a a*•• e. T* • ''t Ihrte I e.ler
.* . .-.rt •- ■> mjik-iM u fleet
' tr»e Hth»;H»t >n nh Krutav 'iirt**.
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4 I •. r V 'T'  JI;
.»ii \ »-n:i.
i: l»« kl ci!iTlll ♦
Kltll K I'll I IKS *IM» In
|IM.K» "I TH» \r
I Wilt HOTEL
i . - -o ' . i.(> in
*-• r» ,• ' ; a'' * Hotel v hicri.sup
.» rt . - ' v *a i ft .d »■! much
»•• !lie S-»-k- ft IK hßikllßK. It alx)
•»>ark- •«* r --- r ' " - »* *k-«
- ...if - •.. a■ ■ -v j i «f Mam
(i.e' t . I'.rtt ti. *«-S ii'it*t
Ufteii Mil* ii - •-* i at- . ■ |*>reh
r.j «... ,•*»! - 1 «- ii: ildwh
t* * ■»( a •i, - *• -en ■ • nC* •-.' by
a **«««*,
\l I MM HI-HlK\ 111 1 iii:
I N|\ I KMI \ «»r \. c.
Ike At«»»»-*-! ii'.-ti - f n.vmi
-» *-■ " I i— jt- . oT the
rle-- ia»i =i - .-■ -al - ? ■ 1 " *l* ver
e*s
It a*i**? fa- - a -u!t
, rati* e . * He '. m
-r f ■ im ;t -errlore
_ t.-r i-f*- ul * - rm/ru!
fstrp»«-e_ t)*B* 0 »- inter*- '■' t«• trie
•lair -i *4 I'e I f,n e-i' > .he.r
• rieret- a«a> There ir 13,-
»*» »«f 1 ?ii\er- t> men
*»! ■ i use I. -re —.me of the 'ih>-t
nr«l -f \. rt' t'ar*«iii - ■«-.
>1; a'-" v I l; ,Sv.'. T. Mrs.
f II Bntt, Ms- J I' T' «• --r awl
\.f*tte St»- IJlTlhrtfc II —eli ami
l!r I insai l;r»tt . »i. Uy Ir,
'Obnl Vvi
Mr |ir«»m«i of U+ lmi l*rat C*.
ma- a l»m iiiiir* i»- it**r i*iv i • -teriiay.
l»r a&>> Mr- (. J. Sawyer of Wimt
%l» J.e - -ew, uf Hair *l*on
a a.- s® 1,-m r,-. ye-te--tay "
Kr-s I l» Ifillers hi- re. alzr
«r Hamilton The
frfpi- of ibe M. E church h»r* *a>
■ e*-M|>»e.: bi Mr B. I Nike l'r:trt 'r.
Mr J C r«»tc of the
' pom »f ma- here for a
-ba*t mhile M«e»ia\
Mr Uorrr Hanvae *4 My month
■is * tie city »e-ter»tay
S
Sir fc H R«v *rt sirm! day
' ii W&-9B ud (onnlf last
"• >k apfws-isiw. f- nt for *j * North
f inlha Joeat S«k lar' Hank
Mr. Jaor ■ pieviJri.' of the bank, of
Dttkaa. praie- Mr. Ke«e an a land
•nwrji-er rrrr UtM; mad h- teils th 1 *
i*iflr of thb «N(iw that he coo
alua ha mm* of the best apptii'-
er» that the hat l*f in Narth Care
lira.
Mr CbM. a*nmm an# Tor the
BaMfe Qui n mm tm ak- ■
Hr pwpiMhw far the ChML-wpn.
which v 3 hf(fw aw Ort*-' r aaj
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