North Carolina Newspapers

    PAGE TWO
THE ENTERPRISE
Published Tuesday and Friday bj the
ENTERPRISE PUBLISHING (COMPANY
WILLI AM STON, NORTH CAROLINA .
W. C. M Mining- - Editor
Subscription Rates
IN MARTIN COUNTY
1 year j ~ 1 - S! ~
6 mon'hs ' -—— • '*>
OUTSIDE MARTIN COUNTY
1 year
6 months . 100
- (Strictly Cuh in Advance)
No Subscription Will Be Received for Less Than Six Month*
Advertising Rate Urd Will Be Furnished Upon Application
Entered at the post office at WiiHamston, N. C., as second-class
matter under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. \
Address all communications to The Enterprise and not t6 indi
vidual members of the company. _ ,
Friday, December 30,1927
The Soberest Christmas in Many Years
Williamston experienced the sober- usual was because they had had less
est Christinas this year that it has liquor, of course,
for many years. A staggering man , Vet there are those who say it is
was hard to find, and very few folks worse than it used to be. Those who
were even talking loud. The only remember how it used to be, of
reason why people were soberer than course, know they are wrong.
One More Day— How Will You Spend It?
One more day before the books
close on 1927. A few more chances
to do some good deed, but too late
to make a complete success, unless
the foundation has been well laif and
properly "worked during the days al
ready passed. Not too late, however,
to do a bad thing and spoil a whole
year. One day is enough to begin
and finish a bad deed.
Regret and remorse are very un
desirable guests. All those who look
over their record and find ground for
regret, and who think of some deed j
done tha tstrikes-their heart strings
North Carolina's
North Carolina is the place to live.
It is American and we all feel a
pride in that word " American," it
makes no difference "whether we hail
ed from S|>ain, China, Greece, Scan
dinavia, or any other part of the
world, with the possible exception
of England and Germany, who may
not fully appreciate America. To all
those who do, North Carolintf has
the purest American citizenship to
offer.
Then, North Carolina leads in so
many of the things that make hap
piness. We have all the agricul
tural products necessary to feed and
clothe man fnd beast. We have
all the itmber needed to shelter and
warm them. We have almost all
the necessary minerals to supply
their needs.
. We have the streams and waters
for both good drainage and transv
portation. We have the fish and
game for food and fun. We have
good transportation,' rail, boat, and
motor, which puts us within 24 hours
of 50,000,000 neighbors and friends.
We have schools and colleges. In
colleges we have the greatest educa
tional center in the world, accord
ing to population, with the radius
embracing the University, State fijol-
WEAK, NERVOUS
Gesrfia Lady Could Not Sleep
NifkU, Bat After Taking
Card*i She Wu "Like a
Different Perion."
Comer, Ga.—Mrs. C. H. Smith, of
this place, related* the following
interesting experience:
*1 wu weak and nervous and run
down. I couldn't sleep st night I
frit tired and not in condition to do
my work. I had Cardui recommend
ed to ma, but always thought I could
outdo moat sickness, but this waa
one time I needed help. I wss no
weak I could hardly lift my hand.
1 east sipreee bow bad I felt.
1 know I improved after taking
Cardui I waa'like a different per
son. I was built up and was strong
er and better than in a long time.
1 bars s young daughter who had
the flu.' and after she got up she
weald ones in a while have such so
me cramping spells, jnst suffer ter
ribly. I knew there was s weakness
and, hoping Cardui would reach this
tooabie,lned her take it, and the
iret bottle helped her eo much ah*
was able to leave it off and dose not
here this trouble now."
Cardui has been in oas for more
tfcaa 80 years.
Purely esfstskls, mild, hsrmlsee.
At all dwg worse. NC-i7t
-
with pangs of remorse, will have only
one day to balance up the year's ac
cdlints. And then begins another
'year which will bring us all oppor
! tunities to write a good record..
I If we have failed in this year to do
! what we should, we should not for-
I i;t't that we will have, 366 days in
1928 to write a good book. What
we need ot do is to let the book have
366 clean i>ages without any blots.
Good resolutions for the first day of
the year, kept every day in the year,
| will look good to us as we review it
in old age.
Advantages
lege, the several women's colleges at
Raleigh, Duke University, the sev
eral Greensboro colleges, Elon, and
several other institutions which wuuld
fall within a circle taking in Raleigh,
on the east, and Greensboro, on the
west. No territory in the entire
world with a like population can
touch us, and then almost every
child in the State is now (if not, soon
to be) in reach of a good high school.
Socially, we are as friendly as any
people anywhere.
fhose Whose Business
it is to Know _
Lucky Strike*
—»hc clga
rettsi ever made.
ll,loSi|f doctor*
ions about imok
throat
protection. J^k
jfl
WHAT is the quality that Giovanni Martinelli, Mary Garden,
William Hodpe, David Belasco, Lenore Ulric, Fiske O'Hara,
Blanche Ring, and other famous singers, actors, broadcasters and
public speakers have found that makes LUCKY STRIKES delight
ful and of no possible injury to their voices?
For the answer we turnsd to medical men and asked them this
question:
Do you think from your experience with L, UCKY STRIKE
cigarettes thmt they are less irritating to sensitive or tender
throats than other cigarettes, whatever the reason ?
11,105 doctors answered this Hj
These figures represent the opinion and f™
experience of doctors, those whose
business It is to know.
Fiike O'Hara* meeting stag* star,
wriuit 4 mI ||lQrY\Wf
"Thttkroatitadtl' ■ 1 1 M
' cs(e faitruiMiit ■ \jT|Vllf C / Hill
PMHh : ') uAjch all ringers ft v*' "lllt/M
profctwith
irrtoufam, iaii|i
art not only ktad Co |IUQ|BZ|J|M
my throat but have |M|il|UlSfl
the finest flavor."
fcJiaJ '9sJssssas ,^?»
"It's toasted"
W WT«aj%WW LVaaAND. BOSS SKOS.a .-'a
No "Throat Irritation-No Coudh.
■. . Mew TMt.MmW).
In business, we are ahead of all
our neighbors. We are leading all
the States in many items of manu
; factured goods. Our ratio of wealth
increase is three times greater than
the average for the United States.
|, With all these" fine advantages, we
should take every opportunity ito fur
ther develop our State, which has
only commenced to be a great State,
,if we will only work and let her
grow. > ■
' We must not watch; her grow, be
cause we have no time to stop and
watch. Nineteen twenty-eight will
sopn be here\with abundaiit oppor
t unities. \
:~y NOTICE
Having this day qualifie 1 as admin
istrator of - Mi-*s Annie Mizelle, late
of .Hamilton, N. C„ all persons holding
claims against said estate will present
tlieiti to the undersigned for payment
on or before the 21st day of Novem
ber, 1928. or this notice will be plead
in bar of the recovery  f the same.
All persons indebted to the said estate
j will please tnakr- immediate'payment
of the same.
i 'liiis 21st dav of November, 1927.
L. L>. CARSTARPHEN.
I n29 6tW Administrator
WMIS
FOR OLD AGE INSURANCE
plant a pecan grove with Wight's
! Quality Pecan Trees. Write for
prices and information. J. fl. Wight,
Cairo, Ga. - d 9 8t
APARTMENT OK HOUSE WANT
ed: W'ith three orjyjir connecting
room if possible, or a small house.-Ap
ply to J. K. Stanley, care Carolina TcL
& Tel t'>. dl 7 2t
666 -
is a prescription for
COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE,
BILIOUS FEVER AND MALARIA
It Kills the Germs
To Cure a
Cold In pfcw
One Oay/W
f ltxafivt
[Br om 1
\Quinine]
tablrts
The ton+o and I amative effect of
laxative HKOMO QUININK Tablet,
will fortify thu syatem against Grip.
Influents ai.d other ftrrioue ill*result
ing from a Cold. I'rioe 30c.
The o >x b« i.re thle signature
—Proven Merit since 1889 —
THE ENTERPRISE
CARD OP THANKS
To the many friends and neighbors
who aided the family to overcome the
shock, the sudden death and burial of
our youngest son we extend sincerest
thanks as an evidence of our great ap
preciation.
Mr. and Mr*. C. C. RAWLS.
WANTED; JOB IN FIRST-CLASS
grocery, general merchandise; or
gent's furnishings; also experience in
hardware. Excellent reference*. Ad
dress H-507, care The Enterprise. d2O 3
FOR SALE; FIVE ROOM DWEL
ling house on Watt* Street, known
as. the W. F. Curganus house, will be
sold for division oil Monday, Janu
ary 9th, 1928, in front of the l armer*
& Merchants Bank. W. H. Wynn.
BY USING HIGH GRADE MAG
nesium limestone containing 36 to
*8 per cent magnesium carbonate the
tobacco station at Oxofrd got an "av
erage annual increase in tobacco of S6B
per acre for S consecutive years. You
can get it, too, by using MASCOT
Agricultural Lime. See your local
MASCOT dealer or write AMERI
CAN LIMESTONE CO.. Knoxville,
Tenn. mo dec
Grove's
Tasteless
Chill Tonic
Stop* Malaria, Restores
Strength and Energy. It
Purifies and Enriches the Blood.
You can feel its Strengthening,
Invigorating Effect 60a
(PUasant to Take)
Vil h " E W^ E Ml f
When you see it you will
say, •. ."Only General Motors
could produce such a car at
.J Chevrolet's Low Prices**
i .
Peel Motor Company wiiiiam*™.
Harris Motor Company
QUALITY AT LOW COST
WANTED: A 2-HORSE TENANT
for 1928, colored . preferred. Good
land; good home; two mile* from
Windsor, N. C. T. J. HecksUll, Wind
sor, N. C. d2O 2t
LOST: BLACK HAT BOX, NEAR
Gardner'* Creek Bridge Sunday af
ternoon. Contained ladies and baby's
clothing. Al«o two patterns with name
?Mrs. Austin Jackson" on them. Will
the man driving a coupe who picked
up this bag return it to Brown Bros.,
Jamesville, and receive reward? d 23 2t
TENANTS WANTED ON BEST
part old Ballard farm, new buildings
built for desirable tenant and contract
so tenants can make some money, 134
acres cleared. See W. C. Manning,
Williamsft>n. d3O 4t
ftorit dose
CONTINUAL
•V-"' dosing upsets
children's delicate stomachs.
V'.cks is applied externally and
th refore cannot disturb the diges
tion. It acts in two ways:
(1) The body heat releases the
ingredients in the form of vapors
which are inhaled.
(2) At the same time Vicks
"draws out" the soreness like a
poultice.
I HAVE TAKEN UP A DUROC
boar which will weigh about 300
pounds, unmarked. Owner please
come for him and pay coat Frank
Wearer. d3O 2t
LOST: DARK BROWN MARE
mule with white note, left my lot
thii week. Finder please notify A. W.
Hardison, Route 4, Williams ton. d3O tf
PENDER'S
THE BETTER CHAIN STORES
Week End Specials
gSr 1 LIMA BEANS 27 c
BEAN HOLE BEANS "Tr... __ 2S C
PICNIC SHOULDERS l> 20°
li," TUNA FISH £ 20°
OUR PRIDE BREAD » 10°
DP filfP layer, ItC
. r. UUkDi light fruit, lb. W
EST BUTTER •*£££_ :S5 C
k
V- ' "V
Friday, December 30,1927
SUITCASE LOST: WITH LADIES'
and Children*! wearing aypaieL Uk
eral reward. Apply to The Enterprise.
It . v ,
SORREL PONY, BRANDED ON
left hip "J. X. P." stolen or strayad
from Speight farm a week ago. Lib
eral reward will be paid for his return.
Sylvester Wynn. dJO 4t
    

Page Text

This is the computer-generated OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It may be empty, if no text could be automatically recognized. This data is also available in Plain Text and XML formats.

Return to page view