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viartin County must
t is tor our own boys
, To the Farmers of North Carolina
This is to advise that we have purchased the largest menhaden fish
ng factory in the north located at Hicks Island, Long Island, New York
ind taken over a lease on a large menhaden fishing plant at Lewis, Del.
In taking over these northen plants, we have secured several thousand
ons of fish scrap in addition to scrap we have allready made in North
The North Carolina plant, Hicks Island plant and the Lewes, Deleware plant,
m ve handled to September first, iyiß over 195,000 barrells of lish, with a net profit to
his company of over $250,000.
We catch more fish, and a better grade of fish, during the fall fishing
n North Carolina, than at any other time of the year. We regard the
eason as only abouf one-half over on September Ist.
The combined capacity of these plants will permit us to supply the North Carolina
armers with more fish scrap annually than they have ever heretofore had,the opportunity to
Write us how you can secure your fish scrap at wholesale prices.
THE FISHERIES PRODUCTS COMPANY
Wilmington, North Carolina
HaVtbg qualified as AdtniftlWtaiot
upon the Estate U Jos;oh L L*s»*Ur de
ceased; Notice ia liereby given lo all
pcraocs holding claim* again it Mid Ba
tata to preeeat them to the underaigoed
for payment on or before the 26 day of
Oct. 1919, or this notice will be pled in
bar of their recovery.
»-■ All persona ludebted to aaid estate are
requested to make imttaediate pavment.
This 26 day of Oct 11*19
Mc. G Taylor
Come to ses
Sole Agent for
New Records always
FOR SALE.—One 1918 model
Ford car for sale Needed closed
car for winter reason for selling.
l)r J. S Rhodes.
Having qualified as Administrate*
upon the Kst«te of Mc. I> Mobley di
e-eased; Notice is hereby jj'ven to all
persons holding claims s#sinst said
Kstatv to present them to the undersign
d for payment ou or before the 2 5 day
of Oct. 1919, or this notice will »>e pled
in bar of their recovery.
All peisons indebted to said Rstate aie
requested to mske immediate payment
This *5 day of October 1919.
Lena C. Mobley
I l-I-6t Administratrix,
fOft SALE- One peanut picket
complete with power. Good con
dition. Term? efcsy.
. J. B. Cherry & Bro.
R F- D. 8. Phone 192
WANTED —One (food milk
cow. G. W. Coltrain
Ford car for sale; Rood as ne\y.
\(0. C. Todd; Tarboro: N.C.
Under and by virtue of s dectee of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of Martin
County, made on .he 2ud day of Octo
ber, 1918 in the Special Proceeding en
titled: O. T. House and Others, to th-
Court. K* Parte, the undersigned couie
inissioner will on Saturday, the 4th day
of November, 1918, at I> o'clock M., at
the Court Hoiim- door in WUliamsloiw
Martin County, e*pose to public sals to
the highest bidder for cash, the follow
irg described tract or parcel of l.ind
situate, l)ing auil Iteing in Martin Couu
( ty, Goose Nest Township, bounded and
described a* follows:
ADJOINING THK LANDS of John
Best, Robot Staton wild Others uiid HK
» GINNING at a pine and thiee(J) KUIIIS
chopped pointing and beiny neat the
John Best South-east corner; 'tunning
from said corner South 44 West -
lpoles to a stoopiug pine; thence
Noith 46 West 89-j.S |iolcs to a pine;
thence Notth 44 Kast 89 It 2s poles to
a pine iu the John Hest line; thnce along
( said line South 46 Kast 89 1 1-25 poles to
the beginning, containing I'itty (Sj)
acres, more or less.
F. C. Harding
■ This the and day of October, 1918,
1 4 t
Having cpiabfied as Adminis
tratrix upon the Estate of Reuben
T. Roberson deceased: Notice is
hereby given to all persons hold
ing claims against said Estate to
[ present them to the undersigned
for payment on or before the 31
1 day of October 1919, or this
1 notice will be pled in bar of their
1 AH persons indebted to said
Estate are requested to make
f immadiate payment.
' This 31 day of October, 191 H.
Nftttee of Baie
UU'UI aiiil by virtue of the authorilj
contained iu • certain Deed of Truit ex
ecuted on the 4th day uf March 19161 by
J. H. Rlddlck and wife, Hstinle Kiddick
and regiatered in the Register's of
l)eed» office for Martiu County in Book
N-I, at page 261, to secure the payment
of a eertam bond of even date there
with, and the stipulations in said deed
of tinst not having t>eeu complied with
atid at the request oi the parties interest
ed, tlie undersigned trustee will op Mon
day »nd day of Deeeuiber, lqiS, at 12:00
M., at the rouithouse door of Martiu
County, Williamston, N. C., offer at
public sale to the highest bidder for
cash, the fallowing described real estale
Beginning «t Spear Knight's cornet;
thence along his western lint to his
uorthwest corner; thence the same
course continni d to the old Martin now
the William-.ton I, md and Improvement
Co. line: llu-nce southwestly along an
old fence 10 id to the three yums in Ur
acil's line; th.n'ce along Hassell's and
Mayo'* littf to the beginning, contain
ing three t acies mure or less and lieing
\).e saue dcc '.d fioin M 1,. Mayo to
the Williamson l.md and Improve
ment Co.. of recur I 111 t|»e I'nblic Regis
try of Martin County iu Book O. 0.0.
at page 165 Saving aud itccpting the
the following described propel ly, which
was sold by ) II T. Uiddick to Klisha
Clemens, tinder d .te Jail. JJ, 1915. of
record in the Public Kegistiy of Martiu
County, in h»ok XX 0-1, page ,vt7.
described as follows: Beginning on the
southeastern corner of S. R. Kiddick's
ne at ail i ron slob; riiuuiug thence in
a uorthwest course to Brown Street, a
corner; thence along Brown Street to an
an iron stob, thence in straight line to
This 30th day cf October, 1918,
* Wheeler Martiu, JI.
Having qualified as Adminis
trator upon the Kstate "f Oeo, 1..
Daniel deceased: Notice is hcre
hy given t" .ill persons holding
claims against sai«l list at f to pre
sent them lo tin- undersigned f"i
payment on or licfon* the ytb day
of Novembi't I9I'), 1)1 this m> ti • «.*
will l>c plead i" bar of their re
All persons indebted to saul
Kstate are lequested l ( > make
i mtnediate payment.
This 71 h day id November 191 K
S. W . Casper
Ad 111 r.
" Notice r '" m>i
Having (jualifled m Administratrix C
T. A. upau the Bitate of W. A. Fleming
deeeased; Notice is hereby giveu to all
pcraona holding claims against sai 1 K»-
tate to present them to the nnderslgned
for payment oti or before the sth day of
November 1919 or this uotlce will be
plead in bar of their recovery.
All persona indebted to snid Kstate
are requested to make immediate psy
ment.• —~ —...... .
This SHI day of November 1918
Klizsbeth B Fleming
Adrox. C T A.
Having quailtied as Adminis
trator upon the Estate of JOII.I A,
Bennett deceased; Notice is here
by given to all persons holding
claims against said Kstateto pre
sent them to the undersigned for
payment on or before the 131h
day of October 1919 or this notice
will he plead in bar of their re
All person indebted to said lis.
tate are requested to make im
This IHt It day of October, J9IB
\V i M, Dennett
Administrator for John A Bennett
This is to notify all creditors and
the public til ut the Watts Oarage, doing
its busine s at Williamston, N, C., com
|K>sed of B. R. nartilli 11, Wlieelei Martiu,
Mc. 0. Mobley, H. H. Cowen ami J. W.
Watts, has tieen dissolved; aud B. U.
Barnhill is the sole owner of the Walts
Oarage now, aud that B. R. Barnhill is
ie.H|H>usihle for all the dvUttt uf the busi
J. W, Watts,
11. R. Barnhill,
11. 11. Cowen,
Mc. I). Mobley,
Having qualified as Administra
tor upon ilie. list ate of \V, U Har
rison deceased: Notice is hereby
given to all persons,holding claims
against-said list ale te present them
to the tindersigheil for payment 011
or before the .Kit 11 day of October
I'M 1 ) or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said
listate to make immediate payment
This.Mst day of October I'UX.
James 11. Harrison,
Farms and Town property
In Virginia and North Carolina. Also wanting farmers to list
their farms with me to sell
This is the only Hotel in town of Hertford, N. C. A new three story wood buildidg of 32 rooms C'
a lot 100 by .'HO foci, If you care to run a Hotel, tins is a cinch.
I,>TN WITH ST«»KK Htn,MN;s ON SAMI: in center of business district of W in fall, N. C. Now own
ed bv Alon/o White, Reasons for selling. Wants to retire from active business life.
A i.so TOWN LOTS WITH I)WI:I.I.IN;S IN CITV >l St'l'l'ocK, \A,
Now is your chance of a life time to buy farms cheap, I am selling and buying farms all the time
Will cite you a few special bargains.
The W !\ Iludgins Farm -known as the John H, Ferry (deceased) farm at Belvidere, N. C.
Henry C. Chappcll Farm near Ryland, N. C ...
The J. I). Twine Farm ~ saw mill, pluinitiK mill und edjjer and an up-to-date cotton gin witn an &(
dilional lot of new machinery not vet put tip. This property is situated 1 1 4 miles Cannon s Ferry and
I ' miles Wood ley's Wharf », i Chowan River, two miles of Ryland station on Norfolk Southern Railroa«
Really this is the best business stand in Chowan, N. C. It faces two county roads, being in fork of roads r
Hudsons Fine stand for wheat (lotir, and cornmeal mill to attach to present machinery, also no bett>
stand for a merchaiitilc business. This farm lias every advantage for business and fanning—four dwelling
cn same, Will sell cheap to piick buyer.
Three farms owned 1»v R. T, Savage, Corapeake, N. L,
Jini Hare farm near Sunbury., N. C. _
J. W, Baggett Home Farm —3-1 miles of VVhalevville, Va.
Sain Wilkins farm near llosley, N. C.
Cleveland Branton farm near Drum Hill, N. C.
C, O, lid wards'farm near Stinbury, N. C..
Charlie Jackson farm near Drum Hill, N. C
I Thomas Savage farm near J>riiin Hill, N. C,
The T \V. Savage (deceased) farm known as the Red farm at Mannings Station on Sonthern R«i^
road-only •» miles of Suffolk, Va. This farm is near Church and High School right at station and sa\
mill—as fine soil as Virginia can boast of.
These are just a few of tlie properties I am offering for sale.
MR. INVESTOR I
Now is your chance of a life time to buy while farm and town properties are selling cheap.
These properties were bought when everybody was blue-crops looked sorry-labor scarce—and tl
prospects of a long and bitter war ahead of us. With these conditions facing them the farmers natural
wanted to uaload on the other fellow, but it is now the reverse. The war will soon be history—we've g|
the boche on flie trot prices of land products are high-there will soon be plenty of labor—then farte:
can't be i*t any price. WHY? Because they will be a better investment than a Klondike Go]
Mine. 1 . i *
Huvi-RH' AND SKIXKKS GI:T BUSY,
Write nie and whisper your wants and I'll do the rest. Am stopping at the Nansemond Hotel,
H. P. Winslow
REALTY AGENT JH
P.0.80x 419, ■ Suffolk, Xi
Having qnalfled ti Bxecatdt tipooa tb«
Estate of Blijah Brown dtcMMd: Notice
i* hereby given to *ll pttMHi bold tag
claim* against said Batata to present
them to tor paymeat
on or betoro the it day of Sept 1919 or
notice will be plead befttie the bar of
All person indebted to said Batata
are requested to make immediate pay
This 11 day of Sept. 1418.
W. V. Ormond,
10-4 ' Executor.
Skcwarkec Lodge No. 90
Skewarkee Lodge No. 90, A.
F l ' & A. M., meets every second
and fourth Tuesday night at 8
I • 1
by using the
Ov "Red lnnershu."
Ask for our
I C. D. CARSTARPHEN & CO.
Williuniston, N. C.
Wc are sole agents for Martin County
Hsftnfe cJmlideJ M MMMr n,-,
the Estate of Ishmaal By man, tom
Notice ia hereby gttraa to all pOTfci
holding claims agataat aaid tMr'
p—m them to 11M HDM%NLI
paymeat on or before the 30th
September. 1919, or this notice wOl
plead ia bar of their recovery.
All paraona indebted to said IW
are requested to made immediato p
This 30th day of September/.lfclS.
I. B. » Z. H. Hymaa, |
LOST.—On Halloween nig
one oblong gold brooch with dv
mond in center. Finder plec
return to Mrs. T. R. Getting
and receive reward.