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- IT ' * CWT Ttaiv Mi W»J
EV. EKPKISE PUBLISHING CO-j
W iUiawM. Mk Carolina
W C HAKMING.
Subscription Pi ice
»S_:ktljr Cash in Advrj:ct >
6 nvmlh? -M >.
3 months 4 5;
Entered at the Post Ofhcr at Wil-,
li-mdan North Carolina as second- j
class matter, under the act of March ■
Aadrti.- all communication.- to Tl«e I
Enterprise, ".Vfliiamston. N. C.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1924. j
iiieakinc the pavement on our Main
>;ref. kinuer gets do.* to us. Not
that we blame those connected with
the wa'er department or anyone else.
But it ts becau.-e we paid x»n>e biro .
a small fortune, enoueht to have it j
done light, ami now the water man. J
or. the prominent street is leak trie i
in "hree place.- or ' was and ai! three j
sre IT. sight of eacr other —Jus*—ru" -1
ter.. we call it.
"Johnson City school children walk ,
cut on 'strike* 1 ,iey are to be
credited with going to school, but art'
not to t>r rrni.teo wTti: going lo.ig
c-noogh NV ..iat it is a? >'■ out |
ousiness v >ether t!.ey hai i J
n not •■•Jt ju-■• : e way t .ey went
it. In fact we thar.k they should j
have beer, pver, a holieiay
Isn't it stranr* that Noven.b r 111
is rot a natiora! holiday * It is r.ot I
ever a state holiday The la> tha
marke-: the eno of one of the world's
greatest wars J u.-1 tlm k if it had
cont.nue-i ju-t one day lo.iger, ;»ur
son. your bro'her or jour father
in.gf. have beer. iaßshUrf! «»l; the
battle's frpr.t. An ex->o)dier v.a,- teii
ili«'u- last Tue-.-day that he w>!i a
number of voting mei v.trf 1 rrawluu'
in I rock- which were truing to take
them 't the line of battle wbe>. lh?\
Vear':e>: of the Armistice To this ex
soldier tl# Eleventh uf November I
he!.? a_- a sacred day Thi.- ,-aine se»l
oier said that truck load.- of boy,- were
leaving daily and in man) ca-e> not I
e*er. ine driver returned alive bu
that their b»»iie- we-e shipped hoirK
IT. w wooers boxes to meet broken-h part
ed mothers ar.i relative- Vet. that!
Day is r.ot -ieclare-i a- a n_" ioi a ! j
hoitlay. Under the Wilson admini.- I
tration it wa_- a natonal h !KU; bu! [
was cnanged urvier the Harditg ad |
ministration The (m(« r; say. "Arm-j
istace Ilay wide!) observed". To tho.-e|
who closed their stores. to those who J
rffere-; ume sigr of thankfulness I
and tveu to those who rave th-> l>a> I
a nJeiEji thought, thai k.- are «iue.
As Thatik.-fr! v -'K Ifcv draw.- near!
do our thoughts turn to tl»e enorme u»- ]
ly large turkey .-luffed with the t-e-". I
of dressings and covered with eian-l
berrv sauce and rich gnry or do we I
U..i.k of the man*, r.trny fatherle.-.-
uo motherless children n our State?
Probably some of us \sve not *ver
myfm our turkey-dinner a th*>u«'.t
ProkaUy 'he small orphan c%iid and
his life has not entered our mind.-
But won't you agree with us when we
say we owirht to rive a thought to
time children who are not so for
tanate as others? Remember that
the digestive organs function better
■ku food is eaten in a pleasant
serreearfinc and while the person is
■ a cheerful mood. By aiding some
■■fortunate «at you will surely pre
pare jmwlf to digest a great-big
■M «f good old tarfcey next Thanks
gkrig Ibf. A bov to the aofortunates
ones ripht here in oar county home j
would be mere than welcomed, we are
sure of that.
Our reporter number 2 amused as
when he~i*ir reading shout
the Adam and Eve "stuff" in the i
Nor/oik Ledger I>i-patch "Two more
added to his sine." We ask?d him ~
what he meant an.' 1* said, "they
were off in their upper-story, just
wont right, or some'hmg" He said
! tiui* he didn't m?3tn to insinuate that
I Adam am! Eve were rraxy. for their's;
' wa.- not voluntary- But for *wo peo
, pie who have. lived and enjoyed the
! many comfort.- of this day and lim- i
u> go '>ut ro Irve-for—a week—and in |
tne wi'hout a -mrle t
i vave a few clothe-. **- more than,
I ... I
i he coui' tirink in
) We car't altogether with!
the rej*>r:er yet. we don't al o-j
arrer w-h htm 4u-» a « f
war.i and a high-pne-»i thrill can bt J
c«"*u|>!e\ ir.o*ive> for doir.r
OVK « IT i
Mi-e M-rv !. Emilj i
i r t
j ; IHI Mr I*. T Lotis' nio'ored t |
| rtr? |.;.I»UM- Ti_*e-iaj nigld I
1 r .;, s prjojed by a lare- rr«-wi.
i Mis-e Pea- Hu •> Fauli j
'rer an' Mr Hetirj l-a r i\ pent la-'j
rrrk eis.t in l a 'e" IMP* ,
. f V iss Peace ,
iir V.a*i* Vioryij*.. o! Cie.-*ei»l
I :! ii. t l j/ ' it\.
A !ar>->- dun tei »■ nr the 'u'l j
j I'rtttay ifu rrn«. be'.' .een |
I .imesville ai»: C ( -t;
[ '1 i»e junior fa.— of tt-e hKral 1 i^i"
| . r'tool pres«r.te«l " Kntrageti by \»eii
jr . liu ." at l!ol»» - ««"! Knda> nigi't-
Mr L- »r« i»c>- >;i hes'.iKk;. arrived |
ia.- week to ii-ume the po>ltn-i? a. j
Stkihtr of Enjr ; ..-h L='..n i:i tiie |
local iiigh sc'.w«^L
V r lleniry >ar ! > I -p. i 5- ntr a f«-w
,j 4 v, i>, Wilson «•». tlii.- »e«k
Mr Jultu.- Smrh ot l"'arniv«lle wa. j
in town last 1 ue—ia*
JAMKSVILU UK % I S
M:so- l ue> Carrnrtor. of the local j
.-CIHK>I faculty wa- seriously hurt j
Sunday right in ar. awful car ».»'X-1
l'rof- v.— r spe*r last
j >:av nnrht with his frie.Vi near I'a* 1
ih-riN. M t'raH— Hwsoi.
lli» . 'a-iy.- Maitu; » •- eunven- I
|-*-l Sui> .y nigh! ui.-ier tn -
' Cos tor. tabernacle at Ply m-ot i-..
| The Free-Will Bapiist Central j
I ci>nfer« i.« wa- IrW a' tonn'.h church !
i r • ar I (allien- last Wednesday. Thurs
I iay art.i Friday.
j 1 tie Jan-e-viiie b> ;, .-xi gill- w.!
1 mevl t'olumbia b. 'I tcsnis ' -* v |
j Wedne.»i. y t 'o'umb a
I Jamei-v.lle to-k 1 Ui! >: .'efec'. |
I «.l Oak City Uair, vst a »u.!away I
I >ct>r»" vt i» Im •.
Mr Mt> J M- Ij»n? of Kliia-
I Cay »fff at 'he bur-a!
lof Mr J M Long's »»r*-:brr. Mr
I Charles !ji-ng wh»- his se-swird r.ear
t Ji' mesvi'.te for several years.
The girl.- player is pr.
I gres.-ir.* nicely in the Jmiesvii'c
Mr Carol Brown and Mr. tlrovei
Haidison motors! to Plym uth Sun- I
day to attend the l#tna-i-Ci»'oi ,
■Mr J. Larry Waiters mo;or«i t> j
Washington Satan ay af :eir.«m or. j
Mass Pagan Prayer M« ing ,
Miss Mary Fajran hei.l prayer meet- J
ing in the home of Mr C. 1. llin.-oh
last Sunday afternoon. We wish we |
had more girls in our conmunitv like !
Miss Pagan. —-;- j
EAO L.E 355 I
lk KID BAND \ k /
Mr. Bradley from Hasiiltoo and Mr
Hubert Curkm motored to Willmm- J
j ston Sunday afternoon
Have roar dollar ready for the
Red Crws when called on by those
representing the organisation.
"He tried to croai the railr-mo track j
Before the rushing rrsin;
They put the piece- in a sack,
liut couldn't fti*l his Writ."
! In Superior Court
Before the Clerk
1 Willie Nichols
| Gettige Nachols
Th» defewkin*. übove named wiilj
I tike notice that an action entitled as j
} cbove lias l-*r. commenced ia th -1
* -uporsor court of Marti Cotjnty.l
I Nor h Carolina, for a divorce; and the j
said defendant wil! furthi-- *-ak« I
notice that he is to appear
I lufare the clerk of the -uper.>- Pj®!*.
|o* M;: r t r, t';jur>*y. r" VKhit'taa. N.
!C, or lite astl- day of Nor. !9l". an-®
an-v-er or ile'niur !•> the CWK ~t orl
( pia ntifT will apply to the *c.rl
i il.e relief denian«leti
This h*- day Oct..
»w J PI LL
tierk . a t er»r I j—'i. I
j ' l»^il-ii.
NOTICE or LANS' lOR SALE I
| I mier and by virtu- of the power |
j of ale contained' in ;> certain »Se*rd ofj
j'ru t executed io the ur»j« I
I tru tee bv 1! H Uurnb
> Oi: lturn»; eiii the Ist tiay of Nove-m- I
j ;«er which said iie«l cf trist is of'
j .r-c; m it i'te pob'ie rr-gistry of Mar j
I im Coun'y ir, ISw--k G-2 at page W. ,
| .-aid deed of trust having lee*, given
i lor the purpose of securing,.a certair j
i note of even date and tenor tSem- j
I with, and default having been made ml
; the payment of the indebledne--.- theiel
by -ecure-1 aixl the stimulations con-1
tair.ed in .-aid «ieed uf tr*t MTBM
ing been roniplie«f with a:xt at the?
ret)i .\-t of the holder of the saw!
I riol» the
t PrVay lie.-
i in frout of the courtßodsf «>M»r j j In ■
I ti wn of Williamston. North Oiolirt .
! offer for .-ab to the higiies- b»,dei i
for ca-h the following ilt. I -bed read j
A !ot'in Williamston. N C.. beyir
! j:i« on Main tr»e' tf sa»>i town, a
I corner l«-tween Kit « »u. vra'-u- k»i II
t M Hurra- running a We-teriy coarse|
j : bug rh* l between E!i i
1 and II M. Jiurra- "" yards then as
I Southerly cours" -i-> yar>t> to the
line tietweer II M Puna- ar»: W H
Williams at the bark e»f W II Wil- j
! 'ian\- Iff, thence an Ea-teHy «i"ree ;
i t"e»n 75 yard.- to Mam Street, a corner 1
I betr.ren W H Williams ar*l H M
; Purras. thence 35 yarls along Ma n f
] Street in a Northerly -timtsm to thel
iteginmng. con'aimrir 12 acre ar r-'
i e«r less, being the same !«-! «c whire J
i the said H. V. I!ur'» .»* live-
Also a sec.rt.l |«t in ll' town of
W illium-top. N. C. IUIOWE a> the
Wileys Mizelle an*! Whitley !>•:. on the
East side of Main r pe! I-adsng to
Roanoke river and ajjiK wg tlie
j laihis wherein Eli kobee-on now
i JONES KIJvCTRIC
etl, and l-echarged.
Electric Auto wiring
Quick Service —Ex-
) -1 >ei-t workmanship
- - - • ' if
Rear York's (iarajre
I Williamston, N. C.
r lives and others and containing 2
, acres more or less.
| Thii the ith day of Nov. IS2i
• WHEELER MARTIN. Trustee-
Martin and Peel.
Attorneys at Law. 11-7-4
NOTICE ftP SALE
I'lidcr and by virtue of tin power
of rale contained in that certaih deed
of trust executed to the undersign
jed or. the I(th dsy of April, 1917.
jby Frank Everett and wife. Lory
j Everett, and recorded in Martin
j County Public Registry ;n !>«* O-l,
| pege 42. securing certain ivwfe of
- nen date and teor therewrh, and
i the therein not hsvitr
j beer! complied with arji St .he K
j ooesl of the holder of said bor.d> th»
| underagned will on thf 28th day c*
I Nov.. 1924. at 12 ;'dofk Noort. I"
j front of th° court house -ioor cf '*i:-
| lift County offer at public auctior. t>
jbe UMs, fur raf-li, He fi>l- ,
| k-vini dfrfriVfi 1 real —'
"For about twenty year*," J
says Mr. P. A. Waller, a well- !
knows citizen of Newborg, 9
Ky.. "one of our family «m»- 5
dies has been Black-Draught. !
the old reliable. . . I i»e # ■
for colds, sour S
(stomach and indigestion. 1 S
was eobjed to headaches ■
I when my liver woald get oat 8
of order. I would bit B
blinding bradsrhre and |
couldn't stoop about my work. |
jubt couldn't (fo. I used
P~ Thedford's !
I and it relieved me
I "About eight years age my
I wife tot down with liver and
stomach trouble. . . We tried
I all week to help her,. . . but
she didn't get any better.
One day I said to the doctor,
j *1 believe I will try Blfck-
Draught, it helps my liver."
He said that I might try it
and to follow directions
She was nad seat f d and ~
» couldn't eat or rest. She be
gan taking Black-Draught
a&d in two days she was
I greatly improved and in a g
B week she was up.*
J I ' Try Black-Draught. ItcaSU I
B only one cent a do»e. Sold B
■ everywhere. r u B
i ff Js
| STYLEPLUS |
I- CLOTHES I
jj* X. L $5
I How much does a I
GOOD overcoat cost? J
Your overcoat is a mighty im-
jjS| i>o)-iant i-J.nv.enL it won t give . 3
ip what you need unless it's made of /If. SpCT t ft
luxurious warm all-wool fabrics- jjj
s■ You wont get satisfaction out , I
v: oi wealing it unless it has style ami S
|K is tailored to keep its style—like
jif How much does a good overcoat |P||p^i|
\& cost? Too much, if you are not a LK !'
m ' judge. Look for the mark of distinc- MSllif
j tive clothes at reasonable price
jßj Styleplus and l>e certain that your fel? ■
jgj coat is stylish and pood quality
Styleplus off all the fashionable
jgj models, weights, fabrics Select yours ll 1 f
I® today and make sure the Styleplus u. 1 |
j Harrison Bros. & Co. § |
U WILUAMSfON-S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STOKE _ jj
| "Gat aad See bAI Wc Aak" |
BmM ea the Jiesth by W. L j
Wynn. on the WesC by MatTir Seeds.*
on ixwtk by Molbe Meere. it heme
| Santa Claus Headquarters
'| ' North Pole
|| My deai- Friends of Martin, Pitt, and adjoining: Counties:-* 8
I am at W. L & J. L SIMMONS big toy store in TARBORO, |
.**; N. C. with the finest, biggest, and best collection of wonderful toys u
and all kinds of holiday gifts, etc.
I want to see you one and all at an early date and show you 2
y] home toys such as Doll Beds, Doll Babies, Doll Carriages, Diums, |
p Wagons. Books, (iames. Foot Bal Is, and every conceivable toy fo* $
# the Kiddies 4 Christmas.
Yours for a Merry, Merry Christmas, fi
SANTA CLAUS. |
P Old Santa Claus really has n't told you one-third of the won- 8
Hi derful things to be seen at Toy Land. No one is too old, no one is
too j'oung to enjoy a visit to Toy Land. 8
Just fill your automobile and msh to W. L. & J. E. Simmons iS
store at Tarboro. N. C. B
W. L. &J. E. Simmons §
1 TARBORO, - - NORTH CAROLINA. |j
!lhe saw land ynhesiid by Frank
Era* t. Sr.. 6w Gut Whitley, cm
iaiaing 11 ami, msec or lew.
Ten the 28th day mt OcL, lIIL
T. iL WOODLEY, Tl—lm.
I . 10-ilAt.