The Enterprise (Williamston, N.C.) /
June 12, 1931, edition 1 /
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I Next Week, June 15, to 20th I
i Will Be Clean-Up Week in Williamston I
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well "received here, ;m! .1 success! 1!,
season, as tar 21s the times w ill per :
niit. -I* |irnlu led U'l Ulv ruoltK'O.
Me ssrs. II." I. Barnliill ami W K
Ingram will again be .it their "Id -V" ••
the Farmers Warehouse, tins year, ami'
the announcement of' their renewed
partnership will I>e ol marked interest
to hundreds of (arinSrs tlirough' 'tit
section. Messrs. Barnliill and Ingram
are well known tt> the people oi tlii-;
section, and are recognized as leading
tobacconists in this-part 0! the Stat>.\
The\ are fast completing their plana
ot operation tor .the. coming reason,;
gain iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw |
I YOU CAN T
I Clean-Up And Paint-Up 1;
without having' your heating and water
systems in perfect order. Call us. We
make adjustments and changes where 3 ]
We specialize in "Doing one thing well" §S
—Plumbing with us has kept step with
IW. E. dunnS
Clean • Up And Paint - Up Week
Should Cause You to Think About Building or
■ _ Re pair fag Your Hofne
In our yards are the finest grades of lumber
"ti and building supplies at the lowest prices
in our history. You can build economically
by building now. Call us for estimate.
We have in stock every kind and type of
building material appropriate for Clean-Up
I Williamston Supply Co.
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Hogs Pay Profit on Corn
" Fed To Them in Craven
Robert Itarw ick, ot Fort Barnwe'l, |
in Craven l\»unty» >avs>. his h«>gs pai l j,
I ftrln .1 profit ol li' Mii Of It) 70 i ent.s J
bushel for all corn ted litem.
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Mr, If 11 -1 Ward, hi \\ illia.iiiston, h
ir-ft .!■ —|I \V. f. wii ■ 11 visitor —Iter" 11
tin- morning,' -
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and again the\ art expected to have .1 1
prominent part in the advancement of 1
IVesfiit indications point to a splen- J
! did iiuti kct lu re tins and winter,
aml 'plan* are now heititf -considered tc '
make the season one ot the most sue
' e\sstul since tobacco, auction vales were
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TU—OAV ANP miPAV__
BUY LAND FOR
CATTLE RANCH |
IN THE COUNTY
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ihail range \jith.only occasional |
j interruption from, farmers in thai part
ni tin county,
Last October, the idle land was (
j brought to jJie attention of the north- j ,
j western catfretiian, and Messrs. G. H.-i (
Harrison and K. 1.. Coburu. secured; ,
(lata and placed them before MrJ j
Thompson at his home. In February, |
| this year, Mr. Thompson*nude a pre-jj
liminary study of the possibilities of],
developing the land for cattle rasing.,,
In April, Mr. Vogel made a prelimi j (
nary study of the land and its pos-1 .
sibilitH's" Public surveyors were hired '
and after several months, a copy'of | (
the deed was ' socurid, Mr. Thompson
coming here a Jew days ago to make I '
the land purchase. t
The undertaking.'is no small one. !
Thousands of dollars will be needed to
develop the project and it will be many j
months after actual drainage work is
started before any returns can be ex-,'
pccted. it is believed. Martin County 1
people .in- much interested in the un
dertaking and wish tor both Mr.
Thompson and Mr. Vogel a great sue- 1
Cess in handling the project.
JUNE COURT TO
BEGIN MONDAY !
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upon him in recorder's court in a case I
charging him with driving an autoino- I
bile while intoxicated.
Buck Outterbridge, carrying a cou
cealed - weapon,- appealed from rr I
corder's court sentence.
I' 1.. Maker, reckless driving and j
assault with a deadly weapon, appeal
ed front recorder's court sentence.
\V. M. Everett, assault with a dead
ly weapon, entered by warrant.
Taylor, assault with a dead- I
I) weapon, entered by warrant. I
| Dallas Price, violating the li|u?r I
I laws, appealed from recorder's court j
John I'age, Hubert Page and Les
ter Ferry, larceny, enured by war
John lie n lino ns, hmw breaking,
bound over by recorder.
The following jurors have been sum
moned to appear for duty during the !
First Week -O. -\V. Hamilton, Asa |
|J. Ilardisoii, Henry Koberson, S. I. j
l ill. v. ( F Hines, M. W. Bisse'l, H. •
I). Harrison, Jno: K. Peel, K. A. I
t ritcher, M I). Wilson, I'. It. lirown, L
\\ M Bowen, II L. Barnliill, J G»
Staton, Walter lildhcrstadt, J. S.
A) ers. Jiuimie L. Koberson, Archie
Koberson, K. A. Phillips, L. C. Koe
, buck, D. L. James, L H. Matthews, I
J W Bailey, B. F. Coburn, W. J. |
Ward, Marion Sii)ith, S. H. Gur- |
ganus, W. J. Beach, K. H. Downs,
I'. W. Ftheridge, P. C. Kdniondson, j
I 1.. Haislip, Jasper H. Harrell, H. |
A. Early, L. A. Thompson, J. C. Koss.
Second Week !•', ..W. Harden, J. L.
Hardisoii, Claudius llarduon, Allen
Grillin, W. I). Daniel, ). David Grif
fin. W>. K. Roebuck, W. J. Keel, J. O.
Manning, G. S. Mool», C. J. Kobsr
son, (iaston Savage, G. H. Harrison.
II 1.. Everett, -1.. C. Crisp, V. U.
Bunting, W . J. Harrison, L T. Ches
Unrestricted Fishing Again
Allowed on Inland
, The fishing season was reopened in
• the State Wednesday and unrestricted
fishing will be allowed on those in- J
li.inl waters which have been affected
b> the closed season, '. '
Local followers of l/aak Walton may
now get their rod* and tackle boxes, I
stored away for the past several weeks,
i down again and get realty to resume
j their regular rendezvous with the
members of the finny tribes which
1 abound in the waters of the creeks
According to reports coming from
the various game wardens, the closed
season Wfs well observed by the
people in this section. Thousands of
HOME AGENT'S 1
MAY SUMMARY 1
Agent Forms A Tenth Club
With Women In Farm
The Martin County Home Agent
travelled ''o3 miles over the county
during the past month conducting ten
meetings with the women in the
clothihg and millinery projects, 97
women attending in all. Eleven meet
ings were held with the girls, 152 of 1
them attending during the perirM. The)
girls' clubs have had "Meal I'repar-j
at ion in the Steam Pressure Cooker,")
this month and in each club a simple
dinner was prepared, the girls acting
as guests and cooks.
• The district meeting was 'held in,
Greenville May > with 11 women,,
representing five of the ten clubs, in
attendance. There were attending
the meeting from the counties of Mar- j
tin, Pitt, Beaufort, Tyrrell and W'ash-r
The county health contest was held j
during the month and the girl selecte l'
■from each club for the best health
was in Williamston where Dr. J. H i
Saunders gave them a free examina
tion for the purpose of Selecting the
ti-h died last summer win 11 many
st'reanis ran > ,rv in the ■-eotinlv,- ' but j
there is still good fishing ill many
ponds and creeks in the county, it is .
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ESPECIALLY DURING CLEAN-UP
AND PAINT-UP WEEK
We Make Your Old Clothes
Look Like New
W. D. AMBERS
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Says Your Druggist
"I can be of material help to you in car
rying out aU the work connected with
this Clean-Up and Paint-Up Campaign.
You will want insecticides. You will
need disinfectants. A modern drug store
carries many, many things which enter
into the spirit of thia splendid crusade.
And, being ourselves in sympathy with
the civic-pride movement, wf are only
' too willing to assist you in any way that
lies within our power."
For Your System, Take KIK
Clark's Drug Store
healthiest girl in the county. Two
j girls received a tie s»ore and they
'went to Washington fur a second ex-
I animation. Miss Naomi Harrell was
j ratc-d very high, her score being only
four below the highest recorded.
Approximately 5(1 women attended
the health pageant and cotton style
show held in Halifax county May 20.
'Fhe women were very much pleased
with their trip. For the first time they
visited the damask mills, the largest
mills of the kind in the United States.
The entire cost id the trip for each
person was 72. cents.
Twenty-five hats were remodeled
| during the month without any notic«-
1 able expense.
One new club at Farm Life was
! organized with the women during the
month, bringing the total number of
' clulrs in the county up to ten.
The women on the curb market
took iit a total of SUH.I4 during the
| A,, total of $lO3 was spent off
1 canning equipment during the month
Large Planting of Feed
Crops in Lincoln County
! Lincoln County reports its largest
'planting of feed crops in tnany years.
•The wheat prospects are good, with no
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!: Cotton mills in North C arolina em
' ploy 87,242 people; knitting mills, 22, j
'5(11; silk mills 3,%f>, and otfier tex-!
> «l» A correct beginning
means usually a
fiw Start right by pur
*>,^A.lll chasing your Clean-
P an( * Paint-Up
to °^ S m ®terials
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I'l With paint, tools, and ma
terials so low in price, it's
|l downright economy to clean
up and paint up now. A lit
liJ L. . tie paint here, a little repair
' li'' ' n ß there, makes a world of
, J difference in the looks and
2 A j
JJ jA appearance of your home
■iiji Lty EXTRA SPECIAL (-A«
|PI FLY-DED, qt. can SUC
Culpepper Hardware Co.
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Clean - Up and Paint - Up
During the Month of June
Your home can be converted into a
smart up-to-date residence, and the cost
will not be excessive, or if you are inter
ested in making only minor repairs to
your lot and residence, 'call on us for
prices before buying your building ma
Make the week of June IS a real CI can-Up week.
Make improvements, even though they be small
ones, We have every kind x>f building material.
Ask for prices.
DON'T FORGET—Our special offer
during the month of June—lo PER
CENT OFF to every one making their r -H I
first purchase during June.
Murray and McCabe Co.
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
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