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VOLUME XXV—NUMBER 81
MR. MARK R.
COLLINS DIES
W.ri*u, Rhodes Collins died Wed
neaday «wing at hi* home on East
Vain street after a lons illneas He
*■* si*tjr three ymrjtm old and the
wtiviag natn of a well known
faanly of this sect ion. His father
"Ut he was quite young and his
Mother and sister. Mrs. Robert Md
»o«» preceded him to the grave wrenl
JWH ago.
The deceased was never married
and at the tiaM of his deoth was mak
™C his home with Mr. aad Mrs. An-
Pnnerd serriees were held at the
fcir Brr. E. D. Dodd and the in
i t intent took jdaee in the Baptist
ccaaeteiy last Wednesday.
Peanut Association
Graders for County
TW IVmnut Growers Association
the recent drop in the price of
peaants ie causing many imjairies as
to amount advanced by the association
Many farmers who have not delivered
■ *"» years are going to put a por
tion of their crop in this year.
Retfivers for Martin county are W.
A. Manning, at Williamston. James
esvile and Dardeas; C. B. Riddick.
Everetts; W. S. Rhodes Roberaonvflle,
Haaaeßa, Parmele and Hamilton; F.
H. Johnson at Oak City.
Any grower* may arrange with
these graders to receive their crop at
aay af the above named points They
t thaald arrange to get car load ship
meats. Aay grower who is not a
■*» may put any portion of his
crop in that he desires on the same
basis as the member grower. Thin
will help the peanut market both
oataide and in.
All information points to a very
SMMII crop this year.
PITT AND BEAI'FOR
HOLDING BABY CLINICS
Oar neighboring counties, Pitt and
Baanfort are holding baby dfatics
« taken far frw
AMI lina'ioa and mothers are trained
& child care.
In Pitt the clinic is held under the
direction of the maternity and infancy
■ait of the Pitt County Health De
partment. They have already held
_ them in Parmvflle, Avd-n and Bethel
aad wOl hold one in Grifton and
Greenville next week. They plap to
\ these clinics a monthly affair
ia as atany towns in the county as
possible. Besides the clinics, there is
a trained nurse in the Held, always
prepared to give mothers advice in
regard to their children
The idea ia putting this work on
ia to try to And defects and have them
d eorweted before the children enter
school so when they start to school
they are ready to go on with their
wark without being handicapped.
OAK CITY NEWS
 Mr. T. W. Davenport made a flying
trip to Norfolk Wednesday.
Wr. aad Mrs. H. M. Ainsley were
in Williamston on buainess Wednes
. £mj
Mr. J. C. H. Johnson was in Wil
saa Tuesday.
Wr. E N. Riddle and P. T. Long
w expecting to attend the ball game
fa Raleigh Saturday.
Wr. and Mrs T. W. Davenport spent
bat Sunday ia Windsor.
A new volume of history books have
been added to the local school library.
** The JUnin daas gave a box party
aad Thaakagrving fun feast in the
■ «h*«l auditorium last Friday night.
It was very intereatiag to visit the
different boat ha and see the display
of the nrnlufal talent of that daas.
The aaaiar daas af the local school
b preparing to give a play entitled.
The Little Clodhopper," just after
the Thanksgiving holidays
The parent- teaehtrs association
held its maathly meeting Wednesday
night An interesting program was
rendered. After which a reception
4 waa given at the teadierage. The
hfch ached gills served ddightful
rcfreshawata.
There win be a rapper ghrsa by
the Ladies Aid SodHy af the Baptist
church In Casper's store room. Friday
akht Maay goad things will be sen -
ea. Cmm aad get pour supper.
Wa are airy glad to know th-'
Mrs. Sawyer is getting along very
wefl after amlngntng aa operarioa
. the ftrct ml this week.
Mias Richardson, a# Waahington.
B Cahab dhuctlng the "Flapper
Mrs. H. W Stabba
- Mr. aad Wrs. Pfcriie Holliday af
Mar ham am iliappari in the dty
1 "mT I'T. Saritwfck ana a vidU*
m liv> te*qr- •
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THE ENTERPRISE
MEMORIAL BAPTIST
5 CHURCH NOTES
i
t "Completion Week 44 To
e. Be Observed, Visiting
V Ministers Will Speak
r
, Sunday School 9:45.
Morning Worship 1140.
I Evening Service 740.
j Sunday Schad and Church services
I were largely attended last Sunday.
. The pastor greatly appreciates the
. presence of many visitors aad friends
»who worship with us.
t ' The meetings in progress at Siggs
.! School hoase conducted by the pastor
I will dose tonight.
Beginning Sunday a series of spec
id services will be held «ach night
at 7:30 in commemoration of "Com
r let ion Week" as suggested by the
r Southern Baptist Convention.
Prominent speakers from neighbor
ing churches will occupy the pulpit
' each night and will spaak on some
engaging theme. The meetings will
be primarily Educational. Inspira-
J tional ard Evangelistic They are
open to everybody aad will be en
joyed by every Christian in the com
munity who attends The first speak
* er is Dr. Charles Anderson of Scot
land Neck who will speak at 11:00
' a. in. Sunday on "Ocr Home Base."
' He will speak again at 3:30 at Rid
dick* Grove. At Bight the pastor will
preach 'he fourth sermon in a series
' on "Some Fundamentals", the sub
-1 Ject -God's Attitade toward the Sin
ner." Darin* the we* Rev. C. G
Smith of Windsor. Rev. I. I. Yearhv
1 of Tarboro. Hon. J. H. Matthews of
| Windsor. Rev. T. H. Plybon of Wash
ington and o'hers will occap' the pul
-1 pit. Be rare to hear these men.
1 Every member of the church L rged
to come and everybody rise is cor
dially invited.
_ B L SHIRLEY. Pastor.
UN ERA L OF MRS. SARAH
ROBERSON HELD WEDNESDAY
I The funeral miin, . for Mrs. Sarah
i Fran em Roberaaa were bald a« her
! loma on Wodaeaday afternoon at
I three o'clock Mrs. Ruber.'on died
Suddenly Tue>dat aaorrinir of neart
failure.
Elder W. K Hnrria*t n conducte!
the wiim at the home and the
grave. She wa* not a member of ll*e
Primitive Baptist cfcurrt. but bdieved
in its doctrine
A large crowd af sorrowing friet, i«
' ami relatives attendod the fu>i«-rs I
■lid many lonl tribute attested' >ter
many friendships.
BIRTHDAY PARTY
"■ | . I
Mrs. Lawrence Pd entertained
las* evening in honor of the four- ;
teenth anniversary birthday of her!
daughter. Miss Ruth Elizabeth, at the :
Masonic Hall. The spin* of Thanks-!
giving was carried oat ia the decor
ations. Crepe paper ««■' artistically
made the place very attractive ar.d
punch was and from a nook decor
ated wi-h fall leaves an-'. s"«roce.
Punch was served by Mrs. Roy Gur
ganua and Mrs. L C. PirntU and re-!
freshmen's of orange ice and orange
cakes were served. Dainty little bas
kets of mints were given earh guest.
Those present were Misaer Evdyn
Harrison. Margaret Manaiue, Soph e
Little, Virginia and Josephine Har-1
rison. Katherine llardi?oa TiHie,
Perry, Hasd Edmnndm n. Eugenia j
Hoyt, Frances William*, Of lie Marie j
Koberson. Mary Alice Dunning. Elbe >
Griffin, Gladys. Sarah cad Elixaheh
Gurganas. Nancy Taylor. Susie,
Jaane*. Mdbo Wynn. Trdah Ward
Page, Christine Manning. Anne lire
William*. T Kef ma Cook. Miriam Cour.-
ney. Mildred BarnhiH. Daisy Whitley.
Mary Carstarphen. Mary Rogcraon.
bettie Peri. Messrs John Wadsworth.
Homer and Bi Barnhfl, Geo. Gar
guana. Jr, Jaaaes H. Ward. Sam and
Robert Brown, Darrd Price. Henry
Maanmg. Than. Crawford. HaHrs
and Edwin IVd. Snleam Na *ef,
Marion C4k Brace Whitley aid .
Benjamin Courtney.
METHODIST CBCBCH
Sanday School »« a m
Evening aerviee. 7 -JO.
E. D. DODD. Factor.
Mias Ojdt Haaeeß matorad to
Washimran yesterday.
Mrs. J. L WKama ia visHing her
parents. Mr. aad Mm. Chapamn m
Griftaa thia week.
Mm. Dufta Cum and Mrs. P. H
Biaan spent yesterday in Washing
ton. V !
. Mr. aad Mrs. Wheeler Martin and
Mr. Ricks atteadrd the picture ahow
WilJianiston, Martin County, North Carolina, Friday, November 21, 1924.
| ONE DAY'S INCOME
i FOR THE ORPHANS
I Raleigh, N. Nov. 20. —As a
means of securing funds for the
North Carolina Orphanage Associa
tion in the drive for "One Day's In
come for the Orphans" M. L Ship
man, chairman of the campaign com
mittee, has sent out an appeal to all
the motion picture theatres in the
fate asking that they following the
lead set by T. B. Smith, owner of a
motion picture theatre at Clinton, in
giving a certain percentage of the
proceeds of the motion pic'ure theatre
on one day between now and Thanks
' giving.
In a letter to Chairman Shipmsn
Mr. Smith states that he will give
part of the door receipts of his thea
ter for the special pic'ure thn' he
will run on Thanksgiving Day, to the
North Carolina Orphanage
ticn. Ho also uggos's tha' every
theater in the state be asked to do
likewise ami expressed the belief that
they would comply
Already an appeal ha* Iw made
tc the people through ChimS r cf
Commerce and civic, welfare, and
social organixations,and direct by
letter, of 2OJWO have been mailed nut.
While a special offering will be
taken by many churches of the state
on Sumlay neat, the drive will con
tinue until Thanksgiving Day a*
which time it is hoped by the com
mittee that many amusement houwri
' will give part of their day's proceeds
lo the cause of the orphans.
HOTEL RICHMOND To HE
HEAIMII ARTERS FOB
N. C. DELEGATION
Announcement was made this morn
"r-- by Chairman N". G. Bartlett cf
the North Carolina committee for
!h» Southern E*po=itW, which wi'l
be held i ; Nen York Jar.u:.i>' 19tb-
Slst. '925, tha* Hotel Richmond had
:K-en desigi'.ate>l as heali|uarters for
the North Carolina delegation. The
Hotel Management of this New York
chain of hotels has agreed to give
spacid rates to North Carolinans who
make thia their hsmkiuarfer? dunnl*
the Exposition.
Each state will have one day ttcsi-r
--rated at the Exposition as its own
- pecisl day. Jus* what ilay Nor* h
Carolina wil have has not been an
nounced yet. On this particular day
Carolinians in New York will
to cooperate with the coir.-
mitt«* for North Carolina towar ' •
nuikinif i" the biggest event of th-"
Exposition. Parties interested in ftinl
ng out moK 1 : is-cifically the nature
of the program may communicate
with N. G. Bartlett, Chairman, or
W. T Kyxer, Secre'ary, Kinston, N„
' C. The committee is very desirous of
| making North Carolina day the big
j jest day of them all, and with the
j proper kind of support from North
i Carolinians this can be don?-
TAKE MY ADVICE"
"Take My Advice" wa> a preat
uccess rnd met the approval of all
j who saw it Tue»liy night. The cha.--
! cctcrs were all portrayed very strife
| ingly by those taking the par's. It
is the general opinion of local "hsatrt
grers that the acting In "Take My
Advice" was far above that of tl •
regular amefeur show ami -that r
| plied not to one but every nxmU'r ' I
i the cast.
| After the show Dr. and Mr*. ll.r
j D. Biggs entertained the cast ar.d a
i few other friends. A salad cour '
ccnsisting of ice cream and hor - .
made cakes wa» served.
CHILDREN WELL LOCATED
Friend* of the Ward children in
the community will be glad to know
that two of the smdler ones will be
taken in the Methodist Orphanage at
oi-ce. The baby will remain at the
Greensboro home for a &i.ile hmfx r.
A letter from Ruby and Vrheelcr
states that they have a home on a
j farm near Mt. Olive ami are very
1 happy there with the people and the
surroundings.
Mr. Wilson Ru*s of Russ Bios
Variety store, Washington, was a
visitor in the city Thursday after
i..on
Dr. J. E. Smithv.Vk of
was in tovn last night.
Mr. Marion C. Jackson of J«k
viile was in town Wednevlay
Mr. Ransom hobcrson >.'
was a buainess visitor here
Mr. John F. Lat>ii.n ipprai - r for
the Federal Lacd Bank., Cclui. ba, S.
G is ia the county this week.
Mr. L. M. Brawn of Jamesville wits
oa our streeta thia morning.
Mr "Tip" Chaacey of New York
visited friends here today.
Mm. J. G. Godard. Jr. Mid Mr. J.
G. Godard motored to |
t 'bis morning. ; t
MOONSHINERS'
I REVIEW FOR WEEK
; Officers Catch Two Men
and Destroy Many
Illicit Stills
v V I
Moonshiners ia Martlp and Hertie |
counties hav? had a bad weds. Tues
day prohibition officers. J. B. White. '■
J. J. Robertson, S. F. Slielton ami '
' A. S. Harris dih Deputies J. R. J
Lanning and Inmoc the day in;
"Gawk" where they found Wnc stil!
and four s ands with abort 800 SAL- j
IC n.; of bcr, which was POURED ou' . ]
No wa.- foutwl at or n»ar cithe: :
cf the places.
Messr-. J. B. VT hit? ard I" 1 . K. Siel
ten accompanied by Mr. T. W. Sneii
of Ply mouth went to Uertio Wedne.--
day an* titcy c:l|rffird und (woi
coolre«i men, William Ward and his
son, Charlie Waifl. The Wurds had a
cell e«|uippel plant and a gooT bit of
THE finished product on hand. Every
thing wa:; d.*>-troyed and the two men
. were brought to Williamsti n before
I". S. ('..ninii.-sioher. W. C. Manning.
Both waived examination tliu their
counsel. Fanning Craig and were
bound over to the Federal Court at
Washington to be held January 26th,
1925.
On Thursday the officers went into
the Everetts section of our county
where they found four complete stills.
stands containing 1,000 gallons
«f beer. There were no liquors or nu n
seen on that day.
The officers repor* much evidence
was seen this week qf renewed ac
tivities among the distillers.
NORTH CAROLINA COMMISSION
TRYING TO GET NATIONAL
PARK IN MOUNTAINS OF N. C.
The National Pnrk Association he'd I
!• inec-linj in Raleigh this week L«>
iiuik'» plans »o send a committee to
Washington' to present the claims of
N. C. to the national authorities whr>
will give the END a great national
park and show place in 'he near
feature. -
The light Tor th* park IS- expected
to lie between North Carolina anil
Virginia and a committ?e composed
of Senator Mark Squires, John G.
Dawson, I). M. Buck, A. M. Kistlwr.
Or. E. C. Hrooks, and J. E. I'ate left
RALEIGH for WashinT* ON Wednesday
to present the claims of North Caro
lina Tnursdry.
CHRISTIAN CHl'lldl WILL
HAVE BAZAAIt
The LADIES of the Christian church
will hold a Ll'izaar at an early dat«.
The Masonic Hall will be used and
upper will L»e served at attractive
prices. All finds of fancy articles will
he for sale. They have a great many
articles suitable for Christmas pres
ents. Visit the bazaar and save the
worry of making your present:;. The
• xnct date will be announced in :M
etrly issue of this paper. — adv.
it _____ _
A LETTER FROM SANTA
The children of Williamston ard
Martin county will And a letter front
■'Old " Santa" in another p IRT of thi--
f-apcr with a list of sill he thin-fs
that be hes at Russ Brothers' store
■n Washington. They can take this
le*t«»r and make a cross mark beside
'hingk that they want him to
tring them and get parents' to
•ake them to this store and give it
to San' A Claus on December 4th or
mail it to him in care of that store.
Don't forget the date, December 4TH
BOX PARTY AND CAKE WALK
AT BEAR GRASS SCHOOL
The public is cordially invited o a
box party and cake walk at Bear
Grass school house Wednesday at
7:30 p. m. November 26th.
CHRISTIAN CHCRCH
Sunday School, 9:45.
Morning service, 11:00.
Evening service, 7:SFT
All are invited and earnestly re
cues'ed to attend all these services.
Our Sunday school did not reach the
ISO mark last Sunday, but help us
to have that number present this com
ing Lord's day by coming a. id bring
ing come one with yon.
THE COVERED WAGON"
AT STRAND THEATRE
"The Covered Wagon", a James
Cruse production and ■ picture cf
great renown will be at the Strand
Theatre tc night and tomrrcw. Critics
dl over the country class it as one
of the greatest pictures ever prodi»c-1
b* -r
While the pit cure i« a bit old, macv
k>cd people have not seen ft bat will
tonight or tomorrow night. 11
IWILLIAMSTON I
DEFEATS FARM LIFE
I -The V* illiamsion basket ball team
! uefeated the Farm Life school iaet
i right iii a hard fought game by a
I score of 58 to 14; The visitors were
j thusia«tic throughout the game le
j spste the score ami if they had play
| ed 'ii as fist games as our boys had
I !;• >ea: the score would very likely
■ n* t have been fo one sided,
i The match game that our boys
, have been 111 showed they were goine
|to follow up their last year"'s record
j which is one to be envied.
I I tot h teams u.-ed the game !a*t
! r.i »ht to detect weak spots in thei'
I liiie-up -and changes were made
throughout the game.
HOME TALENT *
MUSICAL COMED*'
TUESDAY NI(;HT
"THK FLAPPKK GHrt YI>MOTHi:K"
TO IIK GIVEN AT OPERA
iiocse ti esimy mghi
A musical comedy three acts, to
be given at life Opera Hou.-.c Too-dry
night of next week, is without a doubt
one of the mu;t delightful home talent
production; ever staged in this pari
of the country. Williamstou people
bought "The Microbe (if Low" and
"Mr. :>.nd Mrs. Polly TicKk ' were
wonderful and could not l> • «|u;il l.
but ' Th* Flapper Grandmother" fjir
sttipas?os them both Every one h;>s
rare tr«>:.t in store r.nd r'in or
'hilt", you just afford to miss
it.
Tha plot deals wi«h an old grand
ait who invested Tier littTi "Savin-;.' Th"
oil, from which rhe h c:>nie a million
aire and wrt to Europe in search of
voutS and beauty. In the offlc- of
'Or. I. Skinnum har old f;.ce was
mail* new and .-he returned ,o Ameri
ca a real flapper grandmother. I» is
* riot of fun and laughter—in fact
tn audience ju t laughs until it is
•xhautcd.
The song hits arf right up to the
minu'e. The whole comedy is a classy
production— in fact it is a whale of
a hit from beginning to end, the au
dience recovering from one convusion
>f laughter only to go into another.
The ridiculou* matrons attending
'he bargain sale, good looking "Jelly
Means," pretty chorus girls, the pre
r;ous little children, rag dolls and lit
-le grandmas, to say nothing of nil
'he main jeading characters, will si i*
ty appeal to all
llring your handkerchiefs along be
cause you will laugh until you try.
Check your critical faculties at the
rxj* office when you come in the door,
so you may relax your face and give
it a genuine treat in the way of-a
-rood laugh.
Word-* simply fail us when we try
lo describe the beauty, grace and ir
resistable charm of the 16 lovely girls
who compose the chorus in "The Flap
per Grandmother". When it comes to
honest to goodness charm and down
right good-lookingness this chorus
can actually make the Follies look
like a ladies aid society on a hot Au
fui' afternoon.
CALAIS CIjOTIIING CO'S.
lilt; SALE MEGAN TOHA Y
Today mark-l the beginning of
i iie of the biggest sales ever heard of
in the history of Washington, th t'
of the Calais Clothing company. Mr.
Calais says, "If anyone is going to
need an overcoat or a suit in a year,
it would pay him to buy at this sa'e.
Foriy thousand dollars in gents
clothing must be. turned into rash
fiuickly, and we are offering unheard
of values."
For further information see their
ad in this i*sue of The Enterprise^.
CRESCENTS HOLIDAY SALE
M. It&mie of Kobersonville has
moved Info the store formerly oc
cupied by E. kainie and the store will
be known as Ciescent. He will
s'art a sale tomorrow and it will be
known as the Crescent's Great Holi
day sale. See the ad in thii yaper
and find out what is being given away
entirely free of all cost.
KILL PEEK
Messrs F. Edwards ant! I ete
Hall brought In a nice deer this af
ternoon from a short hunting trip.
Mrs. Rettie Teel will leav? Sunday
for Farmville where she will spend
setrtnl weeks wi'h relatives. ... - '
Mr and Mrs. Sherrod Corey of i
Grifllr.s wert in town yesterday.
Miss Myrt arrived home i
Wednesday evening from St. Mary's 1
Raleigh to spend a few days with
I her parents while recuperating fro/n I
I a recent illness. . ~ 1
Mrs. J. E. Smithwick and James
Siafthwick, jr. of Jamasville were in 
town this #e«k. i
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| WILLIAMSTON
SCHOOL NEWSi
'■•-u
Mr. Pardo Speaks; Hon
or Roll For the
Second Month
Wednesday mo riling at tiie asem- 
l>ly hour, >lr Part to >(Kikc o Iho stu
ilento.. After readimr. :i few verses of !
scriptitrv, he called upon dillercnt |
hoys nn«t giHs '«• give what th-»y con
sidered the word in the Hng
ish language. There w«ro quito a few
ish lantuaxr. Th;re were quite a
number to respond ami every student
j'ave different voids. Mr, Farlo chose
the word "pep" as one "f.the greatest
words in our language. Around this
word he developed a short talk trint
was thoroughly enjoyed by all pres
ent.
HONOR HOI.I. Klli
SECOND MO\ 111
Requirements: Central average of
'>• and not th:*-i Ka on any >n«
subject. At If.' 9» on deporvment.
\"o absence ar«! .no tardies.
Fir.-t Grade: John Gurgann. Noah
' 'iT 'anus, Ijjwreuce Lindsley, 11;»rry
t'tubbs, France* "•amhill. Alta Cri'ch
or. I.ean Ma- Glenn, Ilenry Gurganus
Crac e Manning. Mary Robertson
Carrie Williams. George Iff Rober
son.
Second grade: tTar*:ice Mclyeel. Mil.
lie Pope, Nellie (". Harrison. Kogei
Critcher, jr.. Josephine Arider-or
Fi;:nces Wbelcr Martin, JI
James T. lUtrnhiil James W. Oixon.
Mnttie Gurganu-. Hardy Rose, jr..
Mayo Hardison.
Thin! grade: Enimett Whit lex _
r ''i see W. Barnhilt. Myrtle \V. Mrowsi.
I ueile Gurganus, Nettie F. Meador.
Jennie S. Moore. Mildred Pe»l, Louise
Perry, Chris*ine Rogerson, Virginia" "
G Taylor. Millie" t.ivorman
Fourth 11. trade:" Huth Ward, .las
l«-r McKeel, He* Sini|i>*n. Mary Clyde
Williams.
Fourth A: trade: V.'heeler Manning
Fifth grade: Charles Manning.
Edith Peele
Sixth grade: Ruck Saunders, Mack
Simpson. Mary Alice thinning, Jose
phine Harri-on.
Seventh ifrade: Mary t'.irsturphrn.
Margaret Rogerson. tilwln Peele.
Ninth grade: t'annelle Jones.
Kl'-'vntli g ratio ■ I.aii i a Orleans.
Quite a number ni's-, v d the lioror
tool by being unavoidably aliv^
JAMESVII.I.E NEWS NOTES
The Luxemburg Stock coiip.,'. f
A.-heville entertain; d ir. h Iruti
ville high school tiudnorili: ' uosdn.;,
evening.
M is* IH at rice W t • : ."•! . "».!•
Martin visited Mils V',ul 'o; s Su.i
day.
Mr. -J. Urr> Waters K-«"t for Savan
nah, Georgia, where he is expect inj*
to stay for -jeveral m»n'h
Mr. Charles I>av np.«r !•( ured *"
•he young boys of the turn on Tncs
day night on the evils of cigarette
smoking
Professor tt ideoff. one of our mo t
|;o|iitlar high school tcach.is h is lie n
-uffering vith •he jr:ip f or the |:• '
v.e;-k
Mr. Paul \\ater> received ;f tele
•ram from the Oak City basket l»all
earn statin# that they would If till
able to play the local team tonight
as they hail expected
Messrs. Hubert Gurkin and l>an '
Fapnn mo ored to V.'illianistoii Su:i
day.
It is learned with j*re;>t pleasure by '
'he lame-ville people as well as fie
U-cal stwl*nlß that ML\h Carriw?rt™n 1
who hi'il the misfortune to pet her leg'
f>ri k n, ia improving rapidly now. •
Miss Allie llaul-n of Roanak'
Ririds has arrived to take a position
at; t'-arher in 'be Janu ville Kchoolt=. j
J. K. HOYT SELLING IIART.
SIIAKFNER A MARX FOR SI7.JV«
J. K. Huyt Iteiran a sale on Hart- >
Shaffner A Marx. Fashion Park and I
Michael Stern Rent's clothing Thnr
day with prices ranging from as low '
ILs (17.00 'o no higher than $24.50. '
The .sale will continue through to
rr orrow and for thos* neeling a new »
suit, this is quite the time to buy '
lor these are three of he mas! po;» r
ular makes of men's clothinr OTI th- '
market.
Mr. awl Mrs K. It. Crawford and 1
Mr. and Mrs. O. H llrad saw the
"Alaskan" in Washi:.;»ton Weilrnwlay (
evening. 1
Mrs. J. G. Oodard, Mrs. Oscar An
ileriort and Mrs. Elbert Feel motored I
to Washington Wednesday.
Mrs. J. L. Jones. Mrs. M. L Rel
la my and Mr. Onrod Cook of H«milton 5
were in the city yesterday. ~ -I
Mrs. J. 8. Rhodes aad Mrs. K. B.
Crawford sprat Wednesday in Wash
ington. i
ADVERTISERS WILL FIND OUB
COLUMNS A LATCHKEY TO ISM
HOMES OF MART.N COUNTY
ESTABLISHED 1898
TEACHERS MEET
HERE TOMORROW
The -Second Reading Circle Meet
inif of th? Teachers of the County
' will be held tomorrow at 2 P. M., in
| the Grad»l School liuiioin/. These
meetings vill b» held monthly for
I the required term of six months dur
, ing the school year of 1921-25. It is
to the ■ advantage as well a. o the
t redi|nhlc standing of any tencher
to attend every meeting tinles . provi
• Viittally h'inl- rsl Atle*i icn paid to
every requirement of th? School Code
counts largely in se!ectini» terchers
tor future work in the Couiity.
Just Too Had
For Anything
It !5 surprising to feel that the
authorities hav» a '"hunch" that
those dwelling in East Wdlir.mston,
1 r "New I'own" a; it i.- bett«r knoiitn,
•ire own«*r- >f car or have th. Mii or
ilered so that • hoy may he ab'e to
motor to and "ffoin their bus inc.- s on
Main -troet or «Jsewh?re. Evidently,
!ie City Fathers hive forgotten 'hat
f hore may he a fen who hive to wait
vet awhile, or th*')' would have tV
llcnk wallce'iKMnii for -afotv's akr
at least. Fur -omo' iuio it has beef
almost down in the ditch, a stat'
caused by that ilownpour of rain al
.■f us romemlier. Strange that a sec
tion of the town inhabited by tax
payers should IK» SO littl* i»garded i
the matter of mak'ng >t passable fo
I hem down Smithwick street. Attei
'ion has bo"n calleil to the nlar-k wal'
until the narno has become stereotyi
od, and its usual condition a -ta'
i'*kv —l»o ti\od-. let*s- >pe
the drain and cross by ferry.
A Pedestrian.
HARU'AK OF II \PI IST S. S.
TO IIWI O SERVK ES XT
tIH N l \ IHiME SI NIIA
The IlaraiM- of 'he Baptist Meni
•;:! Sunday school will ho'd ervic
;it the County Home Sunday aftc
noon at S o'clock. Every real Mara
will moot at post office corner
2:30 p m. and go in a bady.
1( F. POPE. Pre iileut.
Itaraca at Baptist Sunday »ch
In re is .omeibiii'; in - ton' for v
lie th *ro Sunday. 9:45 a. in —R. i
I'opo, president.
INHI'STKIAL STO hS
M \KE \l»\ \N( 1
The following advances have be
i-owr .ii industrial !icks 1
|oeti«i, : I iii Pi;*, g'
kj/Thi • :M G >tM
•!••• •, oei'i IV'-ltint Cer»-
r r 1*»; S.'U'h- ri ivvtiiu s, loss 1
'\."on slight ya'n; I-bacco,
hi'ii e
Ih' report may iodic: to pro.-pcr :
! !.t it looks like It (>»■■!s >iospet
torihe manufacturers bu # anj*tM
il.e except that for the tanner ;.
tl.» 'S«uth. Industrial writers, h
• \or, use pretlicting Sij. e- or!-
for ffcim pnxiucts a' en e.dat
A "LI'iTI.E. t 'l.OI»ll«>PPER" TO
ME .l\ EN' \ I HIE II Will.
TON IHGII St HOOI. TONIGI
"A l.ittle Cloithopfier" will lie giv
h> the Hamilton high M-11001 this ev«
ing. It is a three act comedy and f \
i f fun from beginning io cmL
'I he play is directed by i! •
teachers and is beinjf presentetl (■
the purpose of furnishiT
for the school huddnu; which is to
under construct ion.
HE AVER HAM LOCAL ITEMS
Miss Bessie Maione of Rear G:a *
spent the week end with Miss Je.
Peel?.
Mr and Mrs. W. A. Mi!roughs :1
f:,r.; spent the we-k end with M
..ml Mi_- R. T. Williams near Oxf r-
Mis.-| Ruby Maione of Bear Gia
sjn'iit the v/oek end with Miss 21'*:'
be*h Peele. "
Messrs. J. 11. and W. Henry Ror""
went to Williamston V/clnet-'day 
business.
Mrs. G. W. Hardison of Willi, r- -
i ton spent Tuesday and Wedne . n
with Mrs. W. Henry Rogers.
Mr. Elmer Chesson went to Evei
Wednesday on bu.-ines. .
Mrs. M. G. Peele and Miss Jc si
l eele motored to Williamston si >p
Ping -
Messrs. W. H. Rogers and H A
Cullipher motored to Washia x.
Monday morning.
Mr. awl Mrs. A. L. Rr.vnor nnd ■*
Richard mot ore.l to Everet s & '
day night i
Mrs. E. R. Chesson and family t V
Saturday afternoon with Mrs. «V.
Henry Roger x.
1
Mr. Meredith Smith af-WimUer ■ * -
in tewa yesterday.
    

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