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Liquor Again lakes Its Toll
Crime added another of lis horrors
(hi the communitylast Fiiday in the
TjTilW an conservative town of* Wind
sor. \■ , when the case is reviewed
there is. notfiing in it or about 4t.
The crime is, of course, laid at the
door of Raymond Sjiruill and the in
dictment is against hjm, and it isj
he and hi.-> fannly who will liuVc tbi
suffer the conSei|Ueiiies. Hut all the:
fault "does not lie at his door. The
entire community thai has'tolerated
the manufacture and of li'iuor is,
much to blame. Doubtless mum of|
All in Readiness for Market Opening
Every .show window trimmed,j c
a smile of welcome on every citizen's j,
face and a greeting 'w»M make
'friends should be the older ol- the
day' next week when thousand. ol K
visitors will come to. our town.
The largest crowd ever expected-ui L
u tobacco opening promises to be in
Williamston next week, and it isj'urf
duty to make them feel at home. And! al
yve jii e g-oinir to do out best. The mer-j
"Liquor hii under, woman's dress' i
reads a headline.
it certainly was not a modern dress,
ami we all know the reason well-why-!
it wasn't a modern dress. And since:
there was a hulf gallon of liquor, the
Style must have been of that type!
dating back to the Revolutionary !
times. . v |
LOST: LAST WEEK, NEAK 11AS
seil, Is'. C. one white bird pup, eight
months old wifli long'keen head, red
spot on back of hip also red spot on
its head. Finder please return to W.
H. Manning, Bethel, N- C and re
ceive reward. It
NEVER BE WITHOUT IT
for it immediately eases sud
den, severe, colicky pains and
cramps in stomach and bowela,
deadly nausea and weakening
— diarrhoea. For children ana
COLIC and DIARRHOEA
Take it with you when yoO trareL
Keep it always in your hoase.
INVEST IN THE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
f . i • , ' ' . ' ,r'. T V • "
AND SAVE A LITTLE EVERY WEEK
pSji Series Will Open in September
u ■ w '" rlK jt In North Carolina, Building and Lo an Associations have been functioning
l&J| & since 1890. Since HK)4 they have been under State supervision and not one failure has
For Safe Investment, We Excel
Martin County Building and Loan Association
si the so-called "leading citizens have
3 helped to create the condition of law
■ IcaSiieSs which enabled Spruill to stay
rTTTFunk for nmnths'at' a time until Itiri.
. mind Is-so impaired -that ;he .del ibei
: ntely slrools • down a man in cold
i We -don't have to leave our own'
> town to find drunken old "sijJ.s" and
J we are not preaching, to our fr.ends
' wross the way. We have our own
I problems, but may we hope that we
! may consider that happening and pro
I Id by it^
, „.u,nv. B
rii:.iit> are ojferiti" values thai will
prove thai *V'i|lianiHlon is a trading
I'eiilei'. Aiieauy ihe i'.oi/ are routing
i. .iml..'in such quantities thai. all p«e
--i .ous order.- will Ism-jll in conipar
iiii. Join ia)id help to make our
, isuois feel at home.
l'lie .•warchuu.-.Lineii air nil the job
ind guarantee their support. Think it
>ver and get busy.
' LOST: UK ROAD FROM J. A. EVEli
cit larm to Williamatott Saturday
night: Man's coat', wliite, lirown, and
green checked. Return to Enterprise
! for reward. a2£> Mtpd
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,GOOD TEAKS FOR SALE. N. K
* Koberson, jr., Route 4, Williamston,
! N. C. all 2t
WRANI\ NEW y
I enc, \.i.vVe for sale. SIB.OO. W.
I. ft Gurkui. "V 1 nl
-t'reek north 16> l'eet, north 57' west
(it» i feet, north 04' wist yo feet, north
«est 225 leet, north 62' west 75
eel, north 12' west iifiO feet, north Bo'
A REWARD OFFERED FOR ANY
body returning a tan grip lost ut the
general meeting at Wilson Chapel
I'lease return goods to Will Cottteld
near Williamston, son of Sylvester
Coffield. * a2l 2tpd
Having qualified as - administrator
, trf (he estate of George Moore, de
ceased, this is to notify all persons
* often «aU4io' •> ai inflamed condition
*f ihe hiuoou* I. mm: of the Kuiftucliian
Tube. When th'.K Uibe AM-fntlajned you
have » iuiirlr|»!.g Hound or iinpe/*f©t t
IlrnriiiK- -Cnl* sb the h Mammal ion'.can
toe reduced. ymtr- may br tit—
' etroy d forever. .
HAM.'S CAT.4HIIH will
do what we claim for It—rid your system
of Catarrh or Deafnens caused by
Hold by ml d ru* gluts for over 40 Tears.
F. J Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
COOLIDGE ON THE RADIO.
THE FARMER'S SHARE.
THE 24-OUNCE DRESS.
OLD SWIMMING HOLES.
The Agricultural Department
■hows that in 1924 the farmer* av
eraged a profit of 21 cents a bub
al on wheat and:£B cents a bushel
on corn. Many lost money on ev
ery bushel, others made move than
Farmers that raised potatoes on
the average actually lost money,
and would have been better off if
they hadn't planted a potato.
A good wheat speculator, know
ing that the prosperous class want
fid La Follette hadly beaten, and
was sure to put up the price of
wheat, could easily buy a million
bushels of wheut early in the cam
paign, and sell ii at a profit of one
It was a lucky farmer that could
raise five thousand bushels of
wheat and sell it at a profit of
one thousand dollars.
No man can guess what power
to speak well over the radio may
mean in years to comp.
The other night bridge parties
laid down their cards, women on
farms Stopped the late cleaning
up of dishes, their husbands came
in from evening chores, tens of
millions listened to the President's
clear, incisive matter of fact voice,
discussing in plain fashion the im
portance of national economies and
laying down, to the satisraction of
every hearer, the simple truth that
the people's monev belongs to the
It was an innovation when Wood
row Wilson, so perfectly dressed,
drove to the Capitol and talked
direct to Senators, Representatives,
the Supreme Court and others.
"Wonderful audience," the world
But it was no audience at all
having 1 chums against the sum estate'
lu exhibit -them to liit- unueisigned
on of, belure tlio -illi day ol August
of tins notice will be pleaded ill
l>af ol' their recovery. Ail persons in
debted to said estate will please make
This the 4th day ol August, 1U25.
LEONRAD AIOORE, Adminis
trator of George More. 8-7-0t
NOTICE ol' ADMINISTRATRIX
Having qualified as aduiiiiistratri.
ol the estate ol C. F. Fage, lute of
Martin County, this ip. t~ all
persons batg claim* against Uw es
tate of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at her home in
Williamston, N. C., on or before the
lKth day of August, 11)26, or this no
tice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to said
"estate will please make immeidate
This the 18th day of August, 1925.
, „ Mrs LUCY E. PAGE, -
, 'Administratrix of C. F. Page.
Hugh G. Hoi'ton, A'tty. . a2l 6tw
Under and by virtue of the author
ity contained in a certain deed of
Trust -executed on the Ist day of
F. L. Edwards
1 Jconsed I ndertaker Expert Embalmer
SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT
Sulittfaclory Service —Ueaaonable Prices Guaranteed
Day I'hone 87 ' ' ' y r- '* —— Night Phone IjR"
WILIJAMSTON, N. C.
THE ENTERPRISE WILLIAMSTON, N. C
epmparj to the Tart multHmJs
. Kmt that the ecnyletie oostume
ta modern woman, including
■a, stockings, shoes and under-
SPaaz, may weigh as little as 24
ounces causes the virtuous to
grieve. But, even as woman In her
Snuglng moods outs off her dress
at top and bottom, there may be
eomfort. The low-necked dress is
partially Justified by this fact, to
whleh your doctor will testify:
qff»nW women more often
thtia men, and cancer of the breast,
dreadfully frequent in civilirea
countries, is quite unknown among
female savages that wear no cloth
ing above the waist. Sunshine
•eems to keep cancer away.
Amundsen i'' back from "almost
to the Pole," and if he lives and
"■I raise the money he will start
again. His ambition is to be the
only man that ever stood "on both
tops of the earth."
In English coal mines, mechani
cal cutters and carriers of coal are
dnving out men by the thousands.
"The truth shall set you free,"
says the Bible. Science IS the
truth, and you realize what science
has done to set humans free when
you look at the'piittftres'of women
that used to work in English coal
mines, crawling on their hands and
kneefc through the narrow pas
sages, an iron chain around their
necks, passing under their bodies
and fastened to a small coal car.
Turn from that picture of a
woman pulling coal on her hands
and knees to a modern mechanical
coal carrier, moved by electricity.
Patriotic citizens of Indiana con
tribute $12,500 to preserve James
Whitcomb Riley's "Ole Swimmln'
Hole." That's worth while; senti
ment is beautiful.
The Koyf-rnment ou?ht to -spend
a few thousand times $12,600 to
fill up a lot of mosquitoes' old
swiinnTiujy holes, swamps and
other bleeding places of malaria.
Some of the money that Presi
dent Coolltlge and Secretary Mellon
are going to save might well be
spent wiping out disease, desert)
and swamp* on Uncle Sam's great
American officers that went to
England to play polo against the
British officers beat the British,
and the polo military title stays
in the United States. That Is
good. But why are Americans en
listed men sent over to act as
January, by Henry Long and j
.vyify, Caroline I-oag, anil of record
in the Public Hog is Iry of Martin Coun
ty, Book O-l, page 136, to secure
the payment of certain bonds of even
date therewith and the stipulations in
the said deed of trust not having been
complied with, and at the request of
th* holder of said bonds, the under
signed trustee will, 011 the sth day of!
August, 1925, at ParmeleT in frout
I'osloHice at 11 o'clock A- M. offer tm
salt at public auction to the highest
bidd«r for cash the following ehwerifc
e/f I*lid; >
Beginning; at a Bridge 011 the old!
county Road; thence running along a
ditch—-various courses to H. F. High
smith's line; thence along the said
llighsmith line to B. F. Coburn's line;
thence Westwardly along J. W. H,
Coburn's line to the Jesse Andrews
line, thence to Dock Powell's line,
thence along Dock Powell's and H
F. Highsmith's line to the beginning.
is a prescription Tor Malaria, Chilli
and Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fever
| It kills the germs.
We oNd to wear knaa hreenh-
M la the buddin' spring at
jrouth—when a feller's legs «H
worthy And digestion told the
troth. When the stoae-bndae
vu a fashion, and the drowsy
bamble- bee nursed tl*» so«l-de-
Tourln' passion to Sttsrui hla
liberty. Yaa, we mw to w«i
knee-breeches in the eonmomlc
day, when a keerfol mother lin
gered that the lone *»•• dbhrt
pay. And ■he'd took abbrevi
ations on her young an' kofi
ful ton, till the eamoeflage
amounted to aboat the lame aa
Today—we wear hai hsaiidi
ea, though we're slightly uree
,-Xrowni It takes about a forty
i dght to span our torrid aone—
A loose, colonial pucker grips
the half-besotted shin with
extry ftttin' sox to stove our
corns an' bunions In. The gent
ler sex applauds us when we
swat the tfny sphere, but—be
yond the pale of kin-folks—they
can hardly be sincere!
IS A. clever
Sri£ MMX" D.;c
APTtli « HAD
expoteD Gr—T v
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WHOOPiH3 I y", Av
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Forty acnes more or less.
This ! he 6th day of August; 1926.
K. L WHITLEY, Trustee. 8-11-4
I). SWIFT and CO.
Talent Lnwpan 1
m Seventh 81 V C
Ov«r 9i \ am enwriMM*
,Ob' aine'l. Send model or sketch
and we will promptly send you a
report. Our book 011 patents and
tiade-nieiks will be sent to y JU
We Want Our
Fall Opening, September 7, 1925
To start off with a Record-Breaking Enrollment, and to Accom
plish this we are offering a
proposition to the first 50 students who enroll.
• ' Write today for our free scholarship plan.
WILSON BUSINESS COLLEGE
A "Golden Rule" School, backed by a ripe experience of Thirty-two
years of honest, liberal dealings with students
W. W. Merriman, President ' Wilson, N. G
I'EACAN TREES—One of the ■*
profitable trees to grow. Long lived
Learn the facts free for *he ask
ing. J. B. Wight, Cairo, Georgia.
to Sept. 11
In Superior Court.
J. W. and A. Anderson and W. H.
Crawford, trading as Anderson
Crawford and Company
By virtue of an execution to the
undersigned from the Court
of Martin County insthe above en
titled action, this land having been
sold before by me under execution and
the purchaser refusing to take the
deed and pay the purchase money, I
will on Monday, September, 7th, 1925,
at 12 o'clock M. in front of the Court
House Door of Martin County in the
Town of Williamston, W. C. re-sell to
the highest bidder for cash to satisfy
said execution the following describ
ed real estate, to-wit:
Beginning at a light wood stob on
the road, thence running '73 yards S.
to a lightwood stob; thence E. to a
stob, a corner, thence N. to the old
road, thence across the said road at
the end of a ditch, thence along said
ditch nearly N. to a tagged pine, a
corner; thence along the line of chop
ped trees, nearly E. to two large
Before You Know It
I-ast spring when you hung it away you thought you
would "one day tjoon" send it to be cleaned—press®//
and have it ready for fall wear. , ;
Well—fall is almost here, and before you know it
a brisk, cold breeie will be blowing, adn you havent
yet sent us that suit for needed work.
~ W« will make uJ ok like new. Q.ur yr\tm for
in* and preisiftt *n i*ty to*. Ut Mj tail for your
i '>* s «V V ' ' ~
Pope's Service Shop
short tagged pines, a corner, thence
along the line of chopped trees near
ly N. to a sweet gum in a small drain,
thence nearly N. W. with a line of
chopped trees to a on the main
run of Keeper's Branch, thence down
ihe various courses of said branch to
the mouth of flag pond branch, thence
up .said branch to the Noah Qodard
line, thence with said Godaiya line
of old copped trees to the aforesaid
oid road, thence along said old road
to the beginning said to contain 51
acres more or less, being the saune
land deeded to the Bank of JamCs
ville by Henry Moore and wife Sadie
Moore by deed dated Feb. 27th, 1922
and recorded in Book E.-2 page 555.
This the Ist day of August, 1925.
H. T. ROBERSON, Sheriff sf
Martin Coonty. 8-7-2
North Carol ina, "Mart in County.
The undersigned having qualified as
the administrator of the estate of J.
It. Etheridge, deceased, all persons
having claims against said estate ate
notified to exhibit same to him on or
before the 18th day of August, 1926,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of any recovery. All persons indebted
to sairf' estate will please make im
This 18th day of August, 1925.
H. J. ETHERIDGE,
a2l 6tw Administrator.