"Dr. Dave" Praised
By Medical Journal
"DR. DAVIT ON THE STAND
The following excerpts are from an ;
uiticle in the June issue of Southern'
jnedicine & Surgery: j
•'Dave Tayloe was born in Wash- ;
iiigton, N. C., sixty-throe years ago; J
ifli. these years Washington has been I
h,s home. For more than forty years j
he has been going about among the .
people of his town and county as a
doctor of medicine, and what his peo
think of him is told in the state- j
nient that they call .him "Doctor
Dave." Very -dull indeed would one ;
need to be to fail to sense the mean
i:.g of this. There would be nothing 1
of warmth or affection in the formal
designation "tfoctor Tayloe"; the fan.
iiv name was conferred by the acc.-
clent of birth, and the title by a dign -
' l-td faculty as a testimonial that a
cei tain educational test had not pro\
on bevond his mental capacity. "Doc
Tuvlo'ti" would suggest that the "doc'
i", held lightly.
"We of the South understand thor
oughly that when one of our colored
it Iks substitute 'Mr.' or 'Mr.-. John
son' for 'Mr. Ben' or 'Miss Jane it
Means he or she is hurt, that 'my
white folks' are in disfavor.
'Doctor Tayloe is a distinguished
Burgeon who commands the respect (
lind admiration of the medical men of
hit* State and nation. Doctor I'ave is
a wise counsellor ami affectionate eld
c i brother to his neighbors on "whom j
i- laid the hand if afliiction.
"Medical men often make* poor wit
n. sses. Generally, the*"
very best to tell 'the truth, the
whole trutli, and nothing, but the->
truth'; -but they are unaccus'omed to!
the pettifogging ways of lawyers in
unsely interested in suppressing or
distorting the troth; and this inex
perience often brings them to grief.
Our own teacher of medical jurispru j
deuce, Dr. Win H. Taj lor, use! to
till his classes that the advice elveh
■ li\ many teachers that a medical wit
i.ess should depend on the protection
.of the court was utterly fallacious/
ynd to advise u,- rather, "Depend on
yourselves and follow the Scriptural
- tumonition, "H'sist the devil and he,
v HI flee from vumJ'*
"In this instance it appears that the
nifdieal witness able to more )
than hold his own in court; probably
he is of the same school of thnught
is our rfvered teacher.
»'**• * " * •
"Dr. Dave's place.in the affection!
pnd confidence of the doctor; of North
Carolina is secure?."
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A Dollar Dinner, For Four
The aim of housewiv.* everywhere is to provide n?ur«h
iiw, well-balanced, appetising meal* at low cost. The following
menu lev a dinar for four people at the small pnoe of fl.wO
fulfil* tbm conditions.
Cream of Cera Soup
P—chtJ EM on Spinach _ Potato
MlwtJ Fruit Salad Cin§tr CookU*
3HE Ilowing supplies are needed
for tnis dinner, the prices quoted
being those offered freauently at
tl-ie cheaper stores; can of corn, 9
accents; 5 eggs, l? cents; tall can evap
orated milk, 9 cent*; potatoes, 4 cents:
cheese, 4 tents; large can spinach, 17
cents f coffee, 4 cents (at 35 cents a
pound) ; lemon jelly powder, 8 cents;
small can of fruits for salad 25 cents;
ginger cookies. 5 cents. This totals
exactly a dollar, but as only about
Half of the corn would be used at
this meal—the remainder being avail
able for corn fritters the following
lav and as only about hat f the cookies
uould be eaten, allows a margin of
i cents for more ingredients.
Serve the corn soup in hotel lon
ups •Seasor about half the contents
if a can of we and make up almost
\V ANT KI» HOGS , \Y HIGH IN G
from Uf> to 125 pounds. H. H.
Cowan, William, ton, je-4 Dtpu
Having thi,s day qualified as ad
ministrator of tin- estate of T. W.
lievels, deceased, late of Murtin
County, this is.J,u notify all persons
having claims against the said estate
the quantity of soup required br «06»
ing water drained iropi th potatoes
Season with onion salt and salt and
pepper, and add at the last momsnt
half a tall can of evaporated nulk
Make a mound of heated spinach
on a platter and upon tUI M fo"
poached, eggs seasoned with salt ajid
pepper. The remainder of the milk
may be mixed with the mashed pot*
toes, into which should be beaten the
yolk of one egg, three tablespoons
grated cheese, salt and pepper to taste
and lastly the well-beaten wkhe el
one egg. Place in a moderate ore'
Use the juice from a can of fn
for salad, instead of water or a
water to make pint of jelly with lean
jelly powder. Put the fruit in amo
jKUir the liquid over It and allow
harden in a cool place.
tt present' them to the undrrßinned
ui 11» oftico in tli t .vvi of Williams-!
ton, North Caioii.a or. or before til?j
. Hth day o? 3v.no, 1028 or this notice:
will be in Jar of their re
covcry. All persons in.itilted to the j
>uid estate will pkasc inimedi-'
i fete payment. * _ j
P This .the 9th day of June, 1927.
KLUERT S. I'KKL, Administrator
je-10-6 of the; estate of T. W. Itevelw. j
THE ENTERPIISE - WILLIAMBTON, N. C.
f "The way was long, the night was cold,
The ballet girl was growing old,
So she bought sardines with her hard-earned pelf
And had a can-can all to herselfJ*
■ " / •
HIS doggerel was written many
()[ years ago. Jaw dances Wve re
placed tlit can-can-*- but sardines
havt#retained thei." popularity and
there are now many new varieties of
canned food t • comfort the ballet girl.
Strange as it may seem, there is no
»uch thing as a "sardine. ' Fish
known a sardinei, are small pilchard
minnow* ab unding in Mediterranean
waters and were railed sardines be
cause they were lirst canned on the
island of Sardinia. Sprats, musaa,
gild fish, all belonging tr the herring
family, are packed in various coun
tries throughout the world as sar
dines. It isn't the fish that matters
so much as the way in which it is
canned. The French canneri put oil,
truffle*, and other dressings with the
fish, and pack them very closely into
the can*. Most of the canners use
olive oil alow.
Tt» California small sardines re
semble tne Mediterranean species
more than any fan of the same type
m other parts of the world. Since
1505,*kgwever, Southern California
tanner* nara been putting up a larg
er variety combined with tomato sauce
B one-pound oval tins, and these have
The large oval can has several ad
vantage*, a very obvious one being
mat It contains enough Ash for a
whole family • In college dormitories,
too, where sardines have always been
popular for Impromptu feast*, the new
style of ean is recommended as behg
better adapted to the caficity of stu
dent appctkes—and also to student
pursej, tor, comparatively speaking,
the price of the oval ca.i of sard.ne*
it in inverse rz'.h to hi i;zc.
So, though the:r salty, meaty laste
is supcrlat.vci; appetizing, sardine?
iic.-.i no longer b. to the
leaser place for an l*ors dccuvre Any
one lias only to try the two foil wing
dishes to discover that sardines as now
lanii-o »r* more than at. accessory.
Uiutusie Potato with sardinei—
Boil potatoes, mash aod milk. salt and
l>epper, and beat uatil cream) Make
i large oval mound of them on a plat
ter of oven glass. Sprinkle grated
clieese ovir the potato, and surround
it with small pictsti of toast on which
-ire laid evenly tile content) of a large
oval can of sardine* halved length
wise and boned. Put the platter un
der the broiler just long enough to
melt the cheese. Serve with this dish
finely shredded cabbage well mixed
with mayonnaise dressing, a pinch of
salt being added, and on top a gen
erous sprinkling of paprika.
Pro&td • Sardints on Toast —Re-
move the contents from a large oval
tin of sardines, place them on a broil
er and broil them for about three min
ute*. Butter the toast and then
spread it with a very thin coating of
mustard. Place the sardines on the
toast and aerve Immediately.
All who value their health should
live on diets during the sum
mer For these the great refuge i
the ralnd, all kinds of salads. S'l
" ••• ■-. ■>' c-. *. to a ; •
iitf.ar spicy flavor to a fofje
r!-Jt..p, , , , v «. l J,v i.
' owing suggeMiotn jr v-i . •
Sardines in '/ jwi'. JfHy-\L'n
the ju c frox a lai-c can \jl t . M .
t«ci. Dhsolv; two tebicspoom g.L
tine in halt a cup of boiling .vdtci ai>
add this with teaspoon of paprik.
half a teaspo n of oniuu juic.. n .
salt and pepper to taste. Add thes- t
ti c tomato juioe, simmer tivr minute
in double boiler. Strain ihioiijj.
cheese cloth Pour half the mixttir
into a ring mold and let it partial)
set I hen put in sardines that havr
been skinned and pour in the rest 01
the mixture. When firm turn out
on a platter and fill the hole in the
center with mayonnaise and garnish
the outer edge with lettuce leaves.
Sardine Salad —Shred half a let
tuce. chop three ticks of celery, skin,
bone and break into pieces the con
tents of • large oval tin of sardines.
Combine with mayonnaise dressing
and serre on lettuce leaves.
Sardine ami Egg Salad—Cat into
pieces three hard-boiled eggs and the
co -tents of one large oval tin of sar
dines. Combine with mayonnaise
dressing and serve on lettuce leaves
in a circle of sliced cucumber and
sliced radishes. *
Picnic Srmdvmkes Mash large
sardines, after skinning and boning
them, mix with mayonnaise drtssinu
• ' chopped cucumber pickle. Spread
, i ,veen rye or graham bread.
GRAIN FED WITH
TO MILK YIELD
If too are one at the dairy™**
who bellere that a radical chance
in diet for SO day* doaaat make
much difference to a dairy cow, Juat
try it on the human system for
• while. Cut meat and potatoes
aod other substantial items from
your menu for a month, then take
stock of your physical condition.
Yet that is literally what yon are
doing to a dairy cow when yoa tan
her oat to pasture and deprive her
of the grain ration she has had
through the winter and spring.
Such a feeding schedule means the -
elimination of solid, body-building
feed, and the substitution of some
thing that won't accomplish the
Of course, cows like green, succu
lent grass, just as children like lota
of things to eat that you wouldn't
think ot permitting them to lire on.
The cow won't complain, but sooner
or later she will show in the milk
pail the bad effects of the substi
Even at Its best grass isn't suffi
cient. It has a tonic effect, aod
may stimulate milk flow for a while,
, but after she has been on pasture
alone for some time, the cow begins
to take off her back what she puts
in the pail.
Dairy authorities who hare ex
perimented extensively in this direc
tion urge dairymen this year to try
keeping their cows on a grain ra
tion with the grass. This gives
both cow and mature a chance.
What is more important, as ex
tensive tests have proved, cows so
fed will sinrt the fall In far better
conditlou than would otherwise ha
possible, and will give a bigger yield
itrulsht llirough the entire year. ,
TWO TRUCKS AND TRAILERS
for sale, in good condition and will
be sold at your price. Apply to Box
125, Williamston, N. C.
J. C. Meekins, Jr. M. W. Meeldna
MEEKINS & MEEKINS
Attorneys at Law
WASHINGTON, N. C.
State and Federal Courts
North Carolina, Martin County,
i In superior court.
D. G. Matthews vs. W. J. Adams
The defendant will take notice that
an action entitled as above has been
commenced in the superior court of
Martin County for the purpose of ob
taining an order to foreclose the tax
certificate to cover taxes of the de
fendant; and the said defendant will
further take notice that he is required
to appear at the office of the clerk of
the superior court of Martin County
11 the courthouse of Williamston, on
the 27th day of July, 1927, and an
swer or demur to the complaint In
said action or the plaintig will apply
to the court for the relief demanded
in this action.
This the 17th day of June, 1827,
R. J. PEEL,
! je24 4tw Clerk Superior Court.