FARMVTLLB, PITT OO
CAROLINA, APRIL 16, 1914
It Pays To Advertise
Tlirough The Column* of
The Fannville Enterprise
IT REACHES - THE PEOPLE
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FARMVTLLE LODGE, No, 218
K. of P.
Meets Every Thursday Night in
their Hall in Horton Bldg.
Visiting Brothers Welcome
I. O. O. F. Ko. 373.
Meets cvor> Monday night in
K. of 'P. hull in the Horton Build
ing. All visiting Brothers wel
HuMorc 13 : PHONES s. Office 49
OR. H. P. MOSELEY
FARMVILLE, N. C.
Office oil Main Street.
f Residence with W. M. Lang.
ES. M. cox
.f ARMVJLLft^N. CAROLINA
Ottlc* ovtr Citizens Bank
Wbtram Scnlcet ?re Dtiired.
Saedil <tmiin Pild to CotMUoos and
Writhf of D*?b. Moftptes, tie.
JAS. P. TAYLOR
STUDIO up flairs in Hud Hard
ware Co's. Building
Farmville, North Carolina.
Farm ville Motor Gar Go j
W. C. COLLIE,
Located Copter Belcher & Mocre Sis
: Farmville, N. C.
Auto Repairing Especially.
We abo repair Stationary Engines onj
Short Notice, Ltt as serve roa.
Phono No. 85
For Putting Down and
F. G. ALLEN. Farmville, N. C. |
? i ,i i1. . jikm'iii iran'l r
Chestnut, Moore & Baker's 1
Located on Main Street
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' Satisfaction Guaranteed.
(Continued from April 2.)
Mr. Editors? I closed lns't week
very abruptly by sayiug that E.
A. Moye w&s defeated for the
Senate by Jacob McCalter, a very
worthy citizea of Grifton.
1 shall go bock a little and tell
of his domeftic life. He was
married in 1867 to Miss Mary
Edwards of Lenoir county, and
I wish jo say that few men have
a moro industrial t^fe or tfmore
economical one than she was.
She was an especially nice houie
sped and cqurtcsy. They K
fond of each other at.d each
other's children, Thiee more
honeil, honorable. . upwright,
chistian gentlemen would be in
deed hard to find; each one was
the soul of honor? absolutely
truthful aud remarkably ju&
Their father bovine joined is his
old age the Sons of Temperance,
each one of these men were so
ber, in fact for the greater part of
their lives tee totalcrs. They
were public spirited men and for
the most part and in moil things
they were in advance of the
communty in which they lived.
This was partly attributed to love
for reading. When the Dorfch
Prohibition Bill was up before
the people E. A. Moye, though a
politician and o great majority of
his party was anti-prohibition, he
voted for the Bill, and to the dis
may of many, he n evCT lost by
the vote." People like a brave
and courageous man, even when
he disagrees with them. He was
a remarkable mac. for making
and keeping friends.. He was
not given to saying harsh things
of others even when lie thought
they bad wronged him. He in
most things set a worthy example
and the .more the people follow
in his lead the happier the coun
try will be.? A, J. M.
"I wonder if (her# will be an lot
famine thi? ieason*"
' "Now wouldn't that bo ? queer
bminesa to be ? fteete-oui ?'
A COMMON TROUSLg.
"On what grounda did he baa* hk
"I think soma of them wen U?
? j JHY
ambiUon to bfeS^HBHI
In point of attendance iiMM
tfient, and to 'thla xnd ?Tory energy
of thla thrMaak' Modern city will be
directed. Every ?Sort' will ba put
forth to tank* them feel at bome, and
to enjoy lUelr atay la the Qateway
City of Florida. HoteU, boarding
houaea and private homes will be open
to the reunion delegates and visitors.
All who oome will ba cared for. The
boat that JackunrUl* can do rill not
ba too good for tha thousands of ?!?
ltors who will attend thla reunion.
Jacksonville will lmpraaa tha vis
Itora with all tha fore* of Andraw
Jackson, for whom tha city waa
named. In raturn for raluabla serv
ices rendered tha atata In Ita Indian
troublaa by Qen. Jaekaon, tha city waa
named In hla honor. From a Tillage
of 1.500 population a year after tha
cloae of the war, Jackaonvllle baa
frown Into a modern city of 8S.000.
There la no mora profraaalTa city la
tha South. It la thoroughly abreaat
?f tha liars- a throbbing aad thriving
center ot trade aad commerea. By
reason of Ita location, Ita railway faclll
tlea, Ita resources and Ita enterprise,
Jackaonvllle looma W* aa tha Qateway
of Florida and oonunanda tha trade of
a vaat and constantly expanding Mr
rltory. Thoaaanda of tourlata from tha
northern aectlona of the country paaa
through Jackaonrllle everyf all to aaak
warmth aad pleasure alone tha famed
East Coaat. All ot them atop at Jack
aonvtlle. t pending a part of their vaca
tion time enjoying tha many atlrac
tlona that the city aad community af
forda. Thla conatant stream of travel
hua made Jackaonvllle batter and
more favorably known than any city
on tha Atlantic coaat. Rocognlslog
tha opportunities for profitable busi
ness aad lnreattteota, new cltlaens are
aoqulred every year? active, . progres
sive youag men,, with brain and cap
ital. wbo Join In tha .work of maMng
Jacksonville a worthy product of the
Jacksonville la a new city, aad yet
it la old. ir one reads the Antiquities
ot Florida, ha dads that the urrltory
now covered by thle marvelona city
waa fought. ov?f nearly four hsndred
i by the sturdy adventurers
t century. The sarly settle
the Florida peninsula bad
tad origin In the rellg
!bles experienced by the
Char lea IX. king of
i Rlbault heeded the flr.t
to the new world In Uft
*? of founding a colony
,U now the Baat Coast of
I adventurers first land
k of the St. Johns river,
below the present
_ ... _ Spain, through 'hatred of
religions faith of the Huguenots.
* an expedition to Florida to drive
th? French. Fort Caroline fell be
fore an attack by thta expedition. The
site of this old fort la but a few mllea
Mow Jacksonville. History la lull
of evidences that both the French and
Sknlsh brought their warships as far
M St. Johns riser as Jaekaonville.
They were the first white men to set
fqot on Bast Florida.
Dnrlsg the Confederate reunion
imboat excursions will carry vet
is and visitors to these points of
to Interest on the beautiful St
river, which bounds the city of
lonvllle on the south. A boat
on this rlvsr Is worth coming
mllea to enjoy, la msny respects It Is
the most wonderful body of wster In
America. It Is a river of sensations,
fed by nevnr-f'Jllog springs. At points
sfcif* Jacksonville It rsaches a width
at five or six miles, end it la doubtful
It at any point between Jacksonville
and Palatka It 1s less than a mile wide.
TW Indians called It Welaka. mean
UjA la thflr tongue, "chain of lakes.a
The St. .Johns Is navigable for about
100 miles, and palatial steamers make
"??Mar trips from Jscksonvllle to the
of navigation. The largest ocean
. vessels come to Jacksonville
passengers and freight from all
_ of the world. The traflo that
river brings to Jaekaonville' Is an
trtant factor In Its business, and
river Itself la a wonderful and 4?
" U revslatlon to the tourlat.
le Jacksonville has not adver
_ Itself as a large manufacturing
\ of recent years many large Indue
1 plants have been established, glv
employment to 6,000 wsge-earhers
turning out IH,W.0*0 to 111,000.
worth of prodocts per annum. In
of prodocts, the city mskse s
I that but fsw other communl
ean equal. New Industries, are
almost every month, and the
of Trade, one of the most active
South, Is steadily pushing a can
tor mora Industrial establish
WRITTEN BY A SINGLE WOMAN.
Man in liis arrogance rises up
ever and anon to harangue on
the vanity land foolishness of wo
man's dress. Well, let him. Who
cares, anyway? asks a writer in
one of our exchanges. Certain
ly not the woman for -he goes
on her way serene and smiling
knowing in the depths of her
wily little heart that itis the very
conceits he comdemns that take
his eye and ensnare his fancy.
Woman without her frills and
furbelows would be a sorrow
sight indeed, and man, the sin
ner, would be the firtft to tell her
so, ; Man's dress, I mu?t admit,
is in general very sensible, but
there is one thing about it that
for unlessness discounts any
thing that women ever wore or
thought of. I am referring to
that little flap that is placed ju4i
below the bosom of, the shirt and
which is supplied with a button
hole, but for what reason no
body has ever been able to dis
cover. It seems to me that to
be consilient man should re
move that flap before he makes
any criticism on the apparel of
his better half, and I am- sure
women in the land agrees with'
? Thousands'*:)! former sufferers
from con^ipaiioD, biliousness,
sick headache and Stomach ills
are now brighter, healtheir, hap
pier through taking Dodson's
Liver Tone, the medicine which
was made to use inStead of calo
mcL They have learned to smile
Dodson's fine remedy is so
different from calomel. You feel
good after taking Dodson's.
There arc no depressing after
effects, such as with calomel
and other strong and violent pur
gatives. You do not change
your habits aad diet when taking
Dodson's Liver Tone. There is
no pain nor gripe, no change, in
your regular habits. Liver Tone
promptly clears the dulled brain
and clogged sySttm in Nature in
the Struggle against constipation
and biliousness. Dodson's also
Simulates you and builds you
up and Strengthens you at the
A reliable, pleasant-tailing
vegetable liquid, Dodson's Liver
Tone is guaranteed without con
dition by J. M. Wheless who
will cheerfully refund purchase
price (50c.) inStantly without
question in event of any dissatis
faction with the remedy of its
To the Democratic Voters of
the Fifth Judicial Distridl: .
At the request of Democrats
from various aedions of the dis
trict I hereby announce that I
will be a candidate in the next
Judicial Convention for the
nomination for the office of Sol
icitor for the Fifth Judicial Dis
triift. ' ?
R. A. Nunn,
New Bern, N. C.
Warded? A home in some nice
white family in tbe country.
Address ? "Home" care Enter
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Th? readers of Uiia paper will ba
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Ha'.ra Catarrh Curo la taken In
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ars that tf.cy offer Ona Hundred Dollars
ior f.ny c-co *hat falls to cura. Send
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come .to our itove in hopes o'
getting something better than an
order taken by our man at your
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the be^t. Full weights full meas
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