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VOLUME XXV—NUMBER '•»
RECORDERS'
COURT IN
SESSION TODAY
Tribulation Court Filled
with Witnesses awl
Defendants
ReeorAsr's court today did aot pro
fund.
Judge Smr h exhibited wrthg of
the stand-pat attitade ia hi* decu
iw "fcf" he proaoueeH jolnmut aiH
sentence he stood Arm.
The Solicitor. E. & OH. cafied the
toll*wing indictments.
Sta»e n Gadyst Cordon, iajary to
l-rwperty. Defendant plead gwdty to
the chance of assaalt whh deadly
weapon. Judgment was naip, nihil up
on payment of rod.
State ts Stencil Jenkins and Willie
*ynii was a case of assaalt awl re
aistiag am tAcer. The court dis
missed the charge of n idling. an of
ficer. bat found each defendant guilty
of simple assaalt. The defendant
Wynn was fined SIOM and half of
the coot aad the defendant Jenkins
was charged with half tbo cost of
Next caat was that of Slate agamst
Thomas Locke Two cases charging
Locke with assaah with deadly weapa
were consolidated. Upon hsorini. the
evidence, defendant Locke was nd
Judged guilty in each case aad was
fined $M in each case aad was chart
ed with all the costs. This was a case
HI which two ncgiocs were shot in
Phnaile a few aights v u. no
ii>jary resulting, liswrw from the
brawl.
DR. MILTON TO
PREACH HERE
morning and evening of the ctminr
of Or. W. H. Milton, of Witaaingtoa.
to preach in the Episcopal Church.
Thursday «»«inng. Nanmhii Mk. a*
7:30 o'clock. Rev, W. R Nee. Ki
ecative Secretary ef the Daoeeoe. and
T. R Part nek. of Pljuoth. wl he
present also. Dr Milton h tm * th.
■Mat ehigjaan. is the
American Charch. hatiaf daw elec
tive work ia put'mg ever the Clink's
Program which wm land several
wan as*. Thsagh erred to go to
ether a»> iajr of endeavor. he
Diocese of East Caroline to assist ia
haepang the Daoecae abreast with
others.
The pabbr i • nrdull> inntod ?« br
prt.mil at this .«niw on TVs: «H-.-
t Tenia*
Wanamaker Says:
You will fin-1 it a g«-d rmkr not to
listen to anything a tattler hi in*
ymm i(unt your arighhsri.- Tale
hearers have a* righto at 4 should
have M Un4mit
to it? "
ff ceandals or jealoasie* had no
cars to hear them, there —M he
tower toagae» dour the scaadaliz
iag, wart inn their own tint? a»l
yaws and ane also—Joha Waaa
-rurm ctAMMioniEr
The Flapper Graadnotber will be
gi»— by a local east af fw*)4w fM
ple next Taesday night. Wsiiahr
tttk The «Wtor arrived last eren
tog and she wiß begin practical
"Microbe a# uJ* Jfl hare dlifr
quite a noaaaaiatiai to Waai
tea for the "Microbe ml Lowe" was
tea mr ben ■ Mbimil kf WW**-
MASONIC NOTICE
There wdl he a special
t MI mt Shatibt La4(* Ka. MA. F.
* A M Wi fcinliy ÜBhl at 7 45.
Nmtfcfi IML Wok m tte i»nl
f m 111 jhliy to k
* ' •
C D. Jr. Secy.
M acn faT ["ila lMt m&L
Mrs. JUKS a SUw HRIMI HAW
*L «T tk iafay the
nhiw fa afciffc tk* Sjrfai «w hcUj
U4 a «>y pnaiaal pat is tht
THE ENTERPRISE
BANK OF JAMES- '\ViLL PROMOTE
VIIJ .K CLOSES ITS , COASTAL ROUTE
DOORS SATURDAY'
Too Many Loans & Too
Few Deposits Causes !
It to Dry Up
Th* Honk of Jamesville clased its
!•>»» oatnnia) after a kag 4iar
yle through the perilous time- since
I9£o.
in the hfinawn of the tryinf ,rr
iod of deflation, the Bank was tau**!'.
with a considerable amount of sl*-w
paper on which it has not ben. able
to realize. The Hank . toad Bp fair
and square and tried to come through
fcad had this year been a food farm
in* year it probably would hare Bat
th? crops being so short, it was m-
; p»=sblc to hold out a nether year.
"The deoosi. - were so small, ihe direc
' tot. saw that the expenses coald not
be 'iiken care of through the coraiag
| year whh ao prospects of more de
j posits nr*sl ar.-.her crop r; pr»-
! dared.
The official- of iht bank seer-i i*
think the depositors will he paid In
Ml and promptly. 'I he
will mffer some loss unless gred col
htiiiin. are made.
No chance is nmk- against any of
be bank officials or employees. Too
Bra| loans in the rood iiaaes and too
few deposit* in the t-ying tiases.
simply caused it to dry c>
There his ieta no iwriTir .ajcJ-t
ed as yet. bat it u unWr»u.>i on.
cil be appoin*ed withir the test frr
days.
COTTON ASSOCIA
TION ADVANCES
4 MILLION DOLLARS
Raleigh, Nov. 18—More lon four
r ill .on dul'ji s lave been iitvj.wfi t~
member.- of the North Carolina GTM
ers' Cooperative A.v-ociat-eo, -tare
the btginninr of the present season,
i ccerdi' K to a statement Ufted by
T. W. Otmbliaa. Director ef laTer
raation last night The exact figures
ip to the ciore of bjrineti Nmiuahrr
Ift were 9USS.MI.2*.
The present crop is coasiderakly
later than it was in the fall of IMS
(at the percentages of deliveries to
date is larger and despite th" short
cees of the corp. Cotton is coming to
. saociaUui warehouses rapidly and
the deliveries last week were far be
jond the receipts of the ssme week
bt year. This week started off with
\ery heavy rsceip's. Mow.li> brir.r
ng report.- of over Mttt bales de-
IlitiwL
Rev. E. D. Dodd
Here Next Year
Rrv.E. D. Itodd. pas'ir of the
'lethodist charrh-s of U jHreawoa
iad Hamilton for the pa*t year will
■ etami to serve them another yeer.
Tfcis is very gntifju* to the
• hunches ia both places for Mr. Dodd
ir very popular as a minis'er ia *ll
has churches and in br th to* as
well. He has done a good work ir.
his brotherhood and the churehe, -re
tronger thaa they have been for
years. He and Mrs. Dodd attended
the conference at Wilmiagtoa daring
th* past meek.
ADAM AND EVE HAVE
SNOW FOR A BLANKET
Adam and Eve had snow for a
Maafcet last aight. A few days age
Adam was worry ing beeaase Ere was
-.Making about what the werid weald
ay ahoat her advea.uriag forth into
he woods and living as Ibr ongiaal
Kv ■ had to live after she was tamed
oat of the Gird.*a
Deahrless those worries passed ia
to eblivioa last eight when the end
tarted to blew aad the snow begaa
-o fafl aad Adam begaa to get hosy
to Aad a warm place to 'ahe his bride
ro lay her head.
Aayway. we believe that he feood
:«oas aisai ef driviag «( the coM
for "where there is a it
* *■»-" ■"
Mrs. EL P. Canoiagham aad little
sea. Ned are visiting relative* ie
Birmiagham. Alabama They wer
yaaaed ia Charlotte by Mr. Caaaiag
>hm ha WaskhgtaTbtt aaght.
Rev. D. E. Pax ml Panavflc aad
Mr. W. H. Helliday were vbhn ia
the city Sooday.
Rev. C C. Ware, Secretary ef the
of North Cera Baa visited ihathei ia
Mr. Mi Mrs & N. Gaggaaas saw
-Jwt Married" at the New Theatre.
Williamston, Martin County, North Carolina, Tuesday, November 18,1924.
SECOND MKETr G OK ASSOCIA
TION TO BE l.fcLD AT WAL
ACE Id i MBKR 2
Itocky N»v_ 15.—A
-f he X. C- I u>ute 40 a.-sociu' i?»n tf
t«* Nnlh Atlantic Coastal Hijtlina.
*Ol k' held in Wallace at mum
TiwAr, iVcember i, scrontinc t-»
Uißouvrafiit mr.de here tola> by
Nannui Y. Cnam bliss. chairman at
the association, which has as it. pur-
po»e ihe boosting of the Coa-ial
hijfi«nv link which traverses North
Carolina.
Frank M Miller, of Jacksonville.
Fla_. presKlent of te South Atlantic
Coastal Highway AwiaUoo. a.V
Fred G. Want -of Brunswick. Ga.
Mtu tary cf th? orerniiation. *il!
attend the meeting as principal
speakers. Mr. CiaraUk '.atnl
Other interesting events ami sul
diwti are expected to roam! out
the iwvrram which is now in th.
more*.: of preparaioa.
Rmte # tnrwf.i he S.:i*-? .'m»
WeMor. to Wilmington. „ i««ir
Ihiuogli ten counties, atT of wh'ch
are epettod to Ix- represented a
the approaching meeting in Wallace
la ..addition repref-ent stives from
(Ire tamntin thr mgh which th* high
ray. following routes SO and 282
between Wilmington ar»d th"
Sou-h Carolina line, are to hf in at
tndiicr.
T * Rout*- 40 association was
fcrc*«i :cveral months asjo at a
Bko*!ißc of good tnthu> js*!»
fran over 'he -action i-t V.'eklon
The Wallace meeting will t-' th? *#r
md—of the -organieatio» r while a
third Is to b? held prior to the .'■•u!h
Atla-:ie a- -ficia? ion's meeting
I The c«.niple e prof ram for
the moving will be a».rourced in the
r.:«r fu;ur\ it is stated
LU EIM ATTRACTION IN
EVERETTS FRIDAY XIt.HT
The Lyceum attraction. "Th • K»:!am
Duo" will be aeen in Everetts T> lrr
tar aight ia the high school bidd
ing It is under the uspic-s of the
Everett.* high school ami is giveii as
a wholesome form of entertainment
fcr the town and community.
T3»~ Reliant IHio is a member •»?
1 *he l"*dni~nt Bureau of Asheville
I whit h has he h-st know circuit.- over
the South.. The Kellams have heen
on theaoad for ten years aid have
/it, concerts in both th? 1. lilted
Can-da. The -otn.«any ir.dedes Mr. T
J. kdlam. dramatic reader ami in*
[ perv»nalor. whose inlerpretatknw an
boil, original and uPH|Uf He w nat
i :r»P) a humorist, bat is also a
flmdid musician, playing th> violin,
j anardola and piano.
Hrs assistant. Miss I>?la l>owry, has
g strong and atiractive soprano vo*cr
xnd she is also an excellent pianist
*iml piayi successfully the piano
crordian. She appears in the program
a many costume Mings.
Fo. a full cvenintr'f" fun an-1 -unu. r
wst. see the Kellams at th» Everett
; high school build'n;' Thur.-du; ni::ht.
j Prirs are S5 and 50 cents.
•AMESVILLE SECONDS
WIN OVER VARSITY
The *A«ntl team of the J»mesv»!ie
high school chaßeaged the rar.-ity of
the same school last Friday and the,
net on the home field. Th. re wa
"hlood" in th? eyes of the second team,
aad the) went in, seemingly, d«*erm»n
rd to win the game and take upon
ihfaselve* some of th? glory that
urroonl the "first". Jamr.-ville first
team having won honors over all the
-owns of several counties that it ha.-
played, the "scrubs" decided to show
them who conld touch them ard fro
•ceded to do so.
They, played right together unti
•he la«t quarter of the last half
ike younger boys put over a foul and
the «cu« at the end of the game eas
14 and 13 m their favor.
It is very creditable to 'he JanwV
vile high school that they should have
two excellent teams. Both have ha>!
the same training and coaching and
mc the JamesviL*- seconds u» ia a
petition >o challenge any schocl m
the coanty. '
CORRECTION
la reporting of
the Recorder's court Itstvpr" 'k it n>
aUM ia the caae ef State va Bonnie
Wyaa that Wynn was charged wirh
lnkiai. a eels ted bey eat of the
stave ef Mr. E. P. Bench. The treuUe
mi not eecar ia Mi. Bench's store
hat arrets the street, near his store.
Mr. Simoa Lilley ape at a few hoars
Mr. Dees ef the Dees Monument I
maths of Gimiiile eras a aaajtea' ia'
the dly yesterday.
PEANUT ASSOCIA
TION RECEIVING
1924 PEANUT CROP
Members Allowed to
Sell Half of Crop
on Outside Market
The Peanut Growers As^sociatii.:
has s arted receiving peanats from i's
member*. The associaUor is advanc
ing an average of l-3c mar.' per
pound for the crop than it did last
year.
The .same policy "ill be eontinsed
tl i> year of letting the member? -ell
 re-half on the open mark-"" ard -ie
■ ■ver one-half to the association.
it is generally admitt-d by nearly
1 lery one that this method cf har-i
lin gthe 1923 crop kept prices for hoth
farmers insad* ami ou**idr the a--
-oriation muck higher than they
weak! have bat 11 otherwise.
Every indication point- to much
larger this y?ar than iast
year. Quite a number nf farmers are
s'raint up m the one ye.:r con?ract
."o irake "Wivfrie- to the as
sociation cf a portion of th.-ir 19?!
crop
Tr-- prrcnl cr.ip is »m> poor ir
«-re«l? ami tW priors are lu* •*» x
rnmn' of "kf p«Mims of lh*»«- rmlf
to thr now Is **sll"r Ib%r> if vmi*
?;K» hovrrf aamt pull !•* *~hi|E
er»p~ «*BHt that thr) Kav * pljynl
many times.'
If everv pear v? grower will put a
■ nrfioii of kit crop in the association.
I* will h.-'p !« raise thr price on thr
'at -Wle martar*. anl also have a
r'-ino- riik the demer- to . Hare a
lor ia *hr dtsnrd PtooA- marV-t on
'he peutat* that hr put- in the »*-
is "rti—
***p k* Sniw of Season
On Villajre
This Morning
T1» first of th • srau>n fell
ihU iumiaK, eeweniit the honsr tops
Starting this ■»mir.> ahotii four o'-
clock thr ij>> feH roit-ly until
rifirt ha* aarth rosorhr**
it *Tfad as It fell, a l»ttle .'irkinr
to the kou-rt.'P iifci letter
NKKIIS AN
OIHi\MZATI«N TO TAKE
C XRF. OF ITS NEEDY
On the «lm t» thi» morni nk- our at
trolled wa> ralM to -rvriil cw?
of poverty in l«*n that w*>l im
wrfia'r admliMi. by a forJ woman
f V 'llumvo Sin- n sc n« for by
hos* f-i tjrrf »«:•' know
: c* the r>irtm*l'ncf., »Kr- went at
■>«pp aurl f«!-l that they n«W in
H di, hinf »r»l si .«« iixl ar.
'Teraa* by an aflkt'd m^n
!f = bere if any* on* wKo c ; ; Jms to
borate a • null um or an old over
■ •a! to tlxj* Aflki either to
Tk CM ijvi ' fad the> will bf gh
•i !» (he p>«.pt-r um»
TAKE MY AIIVK ir
~T;-ke V> which will be
een at «he S mat Then'.re tonight
ci«ai -»r> to be a |>Uy of laifli 'pier
art# there will be «aa*s arel
flHlnn> by Wflliaiti>o:n'.-- ■*». itift
nl MI wi a fu'l rvenin of en
it prwnixii
Sea > are S *r»' 7J ctiiU ".It
bow will be well worth the mon-->
II TOWiBILi: KILL
MOKE THAN *AK
A -.or*b3» kill more than wir.
i knr - c.iies irfort fourteen deaths ta
an-liy from &a omobsle
(.juol it. The «r«e«.v The citte»
. e 'kiu«, i>spljs»lt and Bufcio.
.OX PABTT AT THE
I' IRSI LIFE MHOOL
There «iH be a box party at the
Farm Life •*+*•J neat Friday eren
n*. It M ill t» j .toifcil by a musical
mi (■ (uut'ax of intlnimmUl
■■sir jazz (Lonitei and nale |uar
A cake will be rim away to the
iu»t popular kuL For aa e-renm*
of fan. ko to the party which wl'
>«(ia at 7:l® Friday evening.
MISS PEEL AT HOME
lattetet haw* been bitj at foi
bm: I
l»IO MA
Rath Klizabeth PH a' hiiar. Thar
ay. Kanmbi i SMk B:St to 11 P. M.
Maaiaic Hall
* * 0
Mm Eleanor SUahaek and Mr.
.%May. They wee- mcmpbM
have by Mr. Bade*.
Mr. Brace Wy— «f Farm Life!
*peat the week end ■ torn.
' ■ ' ' Tl . •
WILLIAMSTON WINS
IN ASHEYiLLE
THEODORE BOBERSON~S ORPING
TONS FROM HIS POILTR*
YARDS WIN LOVING CUP
At the A.-htvflle Poultry show bete
iast rofk. 51'. Theodora I'.A r»on
won ;hre? first and three third pm».
ami alsc. was the recipient of the lav
•n; cup for having the W> r c-«km4
-n ;h? wlol? show.
The Kmante Poultry Yani* !>as«
com;ieie i with poul'ry »n 'he State
both this ar« last year an-! many
t !TV'.- have cor. pet >1 Tfa pt-ahlT
fr«-m other states a.-v v II z.. mcst of
the breeders uf North Carol-r.-. 3rd
Ip nearly every show -pTimi from?
the Kosr«ok~ I'-rhn - Yrnh hav- ■«»»
distinction.
Th- Jmi?es invariably te!l M: ii.!-
erson ' h?.t His -t«t is dearly
Cis9y ahead of any ether m tNe S"ate.
Next wet k Mr. IJoher.so«i wiil -etc
h's chickens to the ("rr-itA. o Pod
try shovr* :ir«l he e\-»rt> t > n»-fce 3
nlendid shuri?i ;S.*rr
f; arp»rn: & Merchants
Bank has *iven Nine
teen Years of Ven ice
KARMKRS AM) MEKCII %\TS
BANK HAS GIVEN XINK
m\ YEARS OF SFKYI« V
While resolute a>i» this ntnu'ir. me
ftw am > the one of fh"" Ftnnrr
;.nd Merchants Rank The a>l h nn.
What—aixl Wh»— are i«tk of thi_-
I'ank? It answered Ih- ifjr»t»«r
?'linlgllir Plofrviten*--. Il»lpf«ri
»ses a-»>l Confti!enc".
Thai (wsi! s«atiß»rnt> sr.- *«rv- mm
Ttai n t»ni rt :!«lr.»n all ore. the ec
:.te count t will htar It has
riveo nineteen years of to
"hem anal it is no* r«aoirr its re
tw!v By reeehrrn? th? nnM-nr» o r
rll ttse i«r«pie.
Mm irrofßiml rhrourhost "hr S"»t
lor ,krir ke*-ri vlsmr w>i t.seir Ni>i
ixjs (Wtcu —mcr of >*> i:
m«nt ami stres-eth. av k4:«| thr
Fanners :ml Merchant- Vs. Ik 2i»
H*-y art- msit! " >1 «ne •>{ 11- afest
. iml stnmrr-' innb i.« th»-
.f thr State.
Mrs. Hardings's Con
dition (iroK? Worse
Miron. Oh*,. No?. !7.—?lr Ha?
en C "flow- of the bu
."re.-idem, Wairea l. Har»l' , . h*
"een liaseri'!? at •i.-ath" >k-r for
n ill la; • arxt i> rn>tk.iH> em*
ar. *arre. *
Ml: *. A. ri:KRi
A WEATHEB PROPHET
Th-t Mr W. A. P rry k> j w*»?h*i
•rt|»!»e». we ar>» >er-' in w:
yesterday mor .m- art I talkie *
l«.u« the -t»«Mett rhiie* 'R the wea
her. h- fjid to IK. "•»'« i»»r "«•
R.»w in a very f.-w day* "
H»- V~~ i» r»?v>ii- for rotfc'nr it*
tmaik. antonr ttem that tV kd
•leers K-'l t«n jo> fully -iMmnnrni"
approach TV; w. r- -mm;
I irpinf -o bfip l> y- »• r»la> ntor>»
nj «V>n Fe f*i»* oat. He tl«- l*4«-
i. «hat •!' clouds i»«i~a* -• -bot. and
Howr | » ti»« hank' W lh.-y
ook*d I 4» " mxti-r Wor" to an.
Ami to tr h«-n« - * k«l i, w» fell
"hat Mi l'«rry h> talk » r
hrouarh his. b!. !-n' «k-» w*- ear ■
u; from unl-r Ih - b|->ttk.t- thl
aorf!!iif, and ook a '»cp «*: «he
ink- t. .be (rsl thi* k that w So
or mj/l «a- th%* SI.-. P--rry ««•» l»
; weather .-*r % nwerk
KICFIS OF TOBAMO
(WTINI F. MM.I!
Th price- beidff pairf for tohanro on
h- Wilian»tM ami Eastern Camlma
markets continue high. A rr«t «!*al
■A the weed has been narketol tbm
hie imme>lia*e teeiioa, erptalh in
Martin county The fanners of Ber
tie "till have a laree aaua.it on harvt
'end A majority of that wdl le "ok 1
on the* local flotr-.
Wiis Thelma Brown -ptt :i# veek
nd with frewL in Winbor.
Mr. aad Mrs. Nathan Orleans, Mr
Mr*. Waller Orion* aad Mr.
■ y ilnnna Orleans notrJ ia Bocky
Moant San day.
Meur. Behert- and GUa of
Aho»kie wna ia the city Saadny.
Mml E D. Haat aad little aa if
Chenw, Soath Caroli* are eaitiag
Mr. ami Mn. W. B Cherry at their
home on MaM «*reet_ Mrs. rherry
■net Mrs. Hat in Saafned «*h a
- r aad they made the trip home
C th* tamiti j.
Mr. H Hamfl ni'rnl to Rdew
loa Suday flt.nxaa
I DIRECTORS OF
CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE MEET
I ■*
Drive for New Members
and New Life to
Be Staged
A wine of the directors of the
k ra! Oumbfr of Commerce was h«W
-r the bs oß«ces of Dunning. Mu re
.-r-1 Morton
there wr-- no other busmen atterv-f
«i to otht-r than th; putting on a
. uve i'or n**w nv-mtv>rs -livl n-w life
Kw plan- were finally a-'ople-i but
th i- will l> ■ another drive at ar
trHy -late an-.i the Chamb r of C»m
i*iw »;ll recreate the T.I-r.- ■: t.f
•eveial months ago.
UN- Chamber of Commerce ha.
is«-trum-ntal in retting several
n n;> .iojir for the ailvancemeT of
ami Maittn tounty aR«i it
t» ilo mori ;n «h-* near
future.
MRS. SARAH F.
ROBERSON DIES
SUDDENLY
Mr- Sarah I". Rob r-on »f l.nflin-
ilmi ihis morning at
Vi-tk She lia>i Im-ii sic*: >inr - Sur.
•"ay. bo" irr.s thought to be much
i.««T thi.- m«minir whoit she ma>
o'Mtilj taken with an at lark t-f
/.-art failure ?n-J lyin«» soon alter
Mrs. KoSer .on was the widow i f
•He late Alfre«i J Kob-rson ami rh»
"■ave- a family of *i* children. Mr-,
i'lk Mis. Ultra Rob nM.
Frank. IVrli* ami Mack R?d>
■ i son and Aiihur Koberson.
Mrv Rckerson was a ilautKl»r «f
"«e late C. C'oltiain an.l wife
diuhrth Cullmln She was lit her
":fty fflh year an&'wss a" si-J"r if
~lc'am--- 1. an-t C C. CV-Itrain
Mrs. Herry lu-V»rso-i arid Mr .
T. Holiday.
Ih; r«!i"*ii*:ib for :L' fs'Rtri!
:mi burial ■ erviees liave not Seer
a 1 thi* time bu". it is e*pte"e«*
hat tbey will tab* pi M -y tuinorroac »!•
"« it*w-:i
Mrs Bah -r-ori wa- a hi' restricts
*.~omii?i who lov*it til th« -e A' l ?e. fcho!"
fee r«e* i:i drily contact anl wa '»
'avi.l by ;h-W. She r.'H rr-atly
in her community.
Saunders vs Hani
Ham vs Saunders
T*;» «aV of liiscuvkid i-. Miwts«-I
■ p>i us by lk fi#*ht tetv. - e*n l.vi.nj;'
"i 4 \V F. Ham ::nd Wit'T W P
••{ K1 italic*S City. It -tem
-0 t« a ca.e v.hre t«« • nr-ms ha*e
«rt. talisllit' a -rnal . t>>r»n
1: w all Have to be admitted there »
■wirt) i»ii each .lid" llam Ic *
rmsinixeil t«» be a great |>i sachet
jnl « H" he p- a Vii in
~.ai»y t-f lie h.'ing torn- pr. I cur .
U Ibe cot ill r>. liat. hul thoib'Jkb ttf
i'Wii honest Christian converts ami
' jwjiorr I'luch ..owl in th- rwuii).
I kr iimi I «th«r p opl'-, bow rti r
e b:* - 'hi m.".ny clirgi - r,» ir
lim lie, thi tun.-, mail-' chare*
gain--! Juliu- i;o.-i'ii«aM, a. rtt«»
*e» ~f Chica-'o Satwlfr imn ilci>!»
.»«k issue with llam and m.iit«* !N
'al-wat that .en. i« «i flat
a fj|^
h buu j>fK _r> thai Ham it- - .- !«I>l
utiM u i hi - uWulikM* a- wt I
ander* becjiu.-a- ih-y have . oowp
't*tr tw;r*r «4»*s r iiwr «han the.!
I *■' I#-? to It* Wollll.
it i«ia> prove a xalu'ibb- to
1 IJiv Mr llam ami nil iikilv
twh hilt) that he can't Ituiki -t>
>iutiuiity b> crucifying J«c>
Hi. ptc-acixr tlial ha.-. t» bu» -1 his i
«n tiavp by cur Citho!irui •
lletnewism. Monnnnism ot any o h-r
kind of ism ha- not miS light mm
ht- (.*n catxlle stick.
Uei -and Mrs K. I) OmM ami Mr.
!; fluke Critcher retuni«i last evening
*fv*rj* M ilmington where they aliens?
e>! Ibe cutiferetice of the Metbtalt-:
.»
lir, K. I*. Cumungham was a visi
"ct a Wa.-hiiigtor. last night.
Mr. 4. Marion Criftn spent the
-.»*+ mrf in a»d near Jame>TUle.
Mi. aixl Mr . L. I». Ilarrist.n, Mi -
f.wlfl Slarnioi awl Mr. itill Ham
>«i visited friend* in Tarbero Sunit >
Mr. and Mrs. K. F. lleydenreKii *4
BUxr.tinvill* ..ne.n the week end in
ike est} with icUthm.
Mr. aud Mrs. C. I>. Ca.-starpfcen J
Mr. Latham Thrower, Miss Mar) and;
Carstarphen, jr. pent Simla)
ir Bdharaa with Mr. anl Mrs W. A.
Mr. aad Un Pul Ear u'
Meta J one* 4 Boanake Bapid* riot
ed Mr. a*d Mrs. Hi Kay near Wil
I M«i Frank and lr»mg Manrais
fidM friewds in Rocky Monat Son
—»
AOVKRTMEES WILL FIND OLE
COLI'MNS A LATCHKEY TO ICM
KOMEj» OF MARTIN COI'XTT.
ESTABLISHED IW
j HLARS M-LEAN HAS
i NEW PLAN FOR
TERMINALS
Champion of Public
Ports Claims to Have
Inside Information
I .* . ..
ItioMsboro Tiowsi
T'at W-jwr eieet A. W. Mclean
I I! r «n mm-rMi the appropriation of
for -he e*»ab!i*hjß??!t of
Ijallt u-tminals in North Carolina to
II "he C.rtrsl Assembly, is the
:n;er*-st!jig tut of piJiticai -p-.cula
; i***i bf»oeht to Cold boro yt-s*«rda'y
I by .• champHm of -he ports roca»0!-»
s * rl.' ?.*.- to on the in.
- ccor-:'-- -o th's ourc-' of infor
: i. Cw.-.T/.r M irrL-iw ar. I Ihe
• e: «-th .vi- reach-si a com
;.iont« e on the i»rt terminals mea
ur«. *1 -r»iij Mr. McLean will rec
•«a-.met. a r«i(f m-iiw
. i«- :V-t i - ran;.;..e t?" he for
.-*-r's. ni fi.c.t This approprlc
> "S ■' j - •* bc
j K- a Wt.tir.!! 4 to I*; out th**
!L
JAITFSVnXE
NEWS NOTES
Tisf ll?i.k of Janv--ville cloie>l last
Fi>lav It i- ery un:"or*unaie ef «!se
u—pi" ii.ai it wj.s ur.ab'e to to
• |.ouh h i -l* year >- ::,ich |ir> m
rathe l--.r i i-i i is i,nrße«'". 'e
Mr V. 'iiiam Syk-s of Uichmocl
*a- in tow.i Saturday.
The 11 >mooth fe«b ration me* at th?
isaptis' chcrcti of our town last Thus*
"fht
'I - Caro* I' rr-w • wbo I -*s b.-e.i seri-
E-iy id with pn"s.»m n«a is much bet
'i Usui
Mss> Opal llrs wn of M-rx 'it!-, tol
* KaS- »gJI. «p"nt the we-k eiii v.ith
Mr br.itt«r. Mi- Carol lln.wn who
iai bee* rtiy »ck
- Mr ai-d Mr-, liu h Smith and
wnsVr -t Greenville wtre th"? g*_l»
f Mr. Mn. 11. I- U.vris of l-ar
en*.
Mi. >id -Me» H. f»e'dwi w*
-iirvi - wi*h Halite- *»- ar I'iae opt-
I Mi Aiiiii" S.-w'.on «f Han jston
!t«ad-. \a \iti'.i! fn- wi- uwl r--la
•si" i»ai J.*n - vill.- Ihe |o.t *>-ek
• is!
M: J U ) ft-Ur visit'd fri?r U
f. IV-tumn .-(l'niav.
A pr.'tei ififetii" was hef.l at the
4f*- «.f Sivv Mary Fa»a» liW I'ri
| iy -v 8.1.K A i;cui crowd *1- jres
1m
Ml - • "aniiiSto*., a iik'nitK r of the
lucau citoui faculty, and vho hail the
ti ifc:tsii- io lin-.ik in t !s» in ar; au
ocMstnl- tcridefc' a short wl'tle ago
» im|«vi nt veil h t is. I*«-r frieis»ls
. .!|» ' it; J •IH stlii' wish
"■y» a iSed-b.! cha-o*e ; ,r li t- b at
. n e-rly dale.
Mrs r - tan lirown and Hubert
. uik-i. aie ir; to oi"an'n a club
. 1-r i«b» >vilii i! ;h scnotil. They
■tu kw: inr" *uh eiicoUi,rgment
.|> ibut l:*j ate much in
e-« ,n lit-it >»o:k
i I iiilti Dies
I i.lir Mi i' IJoy Miiitii, lilt
_ -.tiii-. o i oi -it. aiid Mr.-, r ii-lit
. unit, (I ir ai JiiDf.-vili" 4m a", i. c
. var ol l*s pai ?"its lar* Thuissiaj.
• i.i -r* i l.sth
He (.at oidy aboui .iftten i.ioii 7 its
, , \
-M .hi i_-.l -keen >ick i >r anon* .n
The lnMiai rll Iti - w- .e t ..Hiucleu
*y Re*. A. J Manning on Friday. In
• ■oi-: . *«i> «ta«k- sr. '!.** Aage
»i>-
i ___
■ ;its-e-s Mar.
| j . f le.t*#! SianbLck ami Mesjtrs.
II Hi. ell. la-wi. Foci and Uav
.«ui Taylor atli-inied 1 lit show, ""Just
%arrwd n Ma-ii'i.gU>n last night.
Misses lvl.i and Helen
4nmid aid t hat.. Godwin, jr. vers
Mian >n a hington Li_ t airnt.
Mr anJ Mrs. O. 11. lltad. Mr*,
iame lligys V. ill-art*. Mi- I- C.
'Vt-u'.t M«l M Juilis- S i'rtl at
twkil the gold tournament at the
:*nan&i Anne Clah. Virginia Beach,
ast «.«k emL
Mr. Ball Harvdl witniri the
bow a
Mr- Habeit Morton awl ir tie Laugh
er. kalhenne have retairned from
oßsta who* they have been v lu: mg
dainw.
Mr. Hubert Morton has retained
i 'imb Gtwria where he has been oa
i ®
| . be- -rem trip.
"Take My Ativiee"* at 'he Opera
lliMt this i iiahg Cnk narty TO
will the rack.
Man Tralah Ward Page tpemt the
week ead with her mother. Mra. C
Mr*. Am ll.iniia. Mr aad Mrs
John L lilimw and children spen'
•he «nt cai m Tarhrra with Ida
tills-
    

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