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VOLUME XH-NUMBER 89
General Review of Money
Up lo Present Time
The muti-j,' but
little retoo.ies this fal. sp ;he u.-uul
f demands, a- ilie .joneral ten
. J*"*:} .lu i.qtidation ha-? uei n
Sug fuiii.i ill suibcien'. amounts ti
Meet them. Member bank loans have ,
tic least I sliiglitlv, bui iV.- |
discounts of the Reserve I
banks aiv lowe rlhan it: Ani'ii.-t. i lie re
was a moderate outflow >l' iund> fro.oj
.New York in September, October avi
the first hr! ©j' Noveriib".-, u. !at> [
the liow mis lien this ua. . The >«■ i
bunks whi il lli.ve been :»t>l i o aif"' "l I
tne Bost'i i, i\ew \oi k aii! Cleveland
banks, aIV I \' reuuciiry l n debt
eilncs.s, an«' i i the Itiili it ua uo->a
to sia,tMxv v i'.
The ss of buli'miit; I t i I la
linn is mjai i ore apparent. m i a • i'"i.
dition nt' thi: reserve Ltiuk than in
that of '.Il • ii.tmber ba-w i, us lite lat
te 1 auU'iJi,' use the i ree tui.d I
lliej gel •i> rn.'uce the I uwii liouuv>
in/.-.. I 'us, while the au«ie'-ate of
earning a.-nets for all ill.- reserve
h;utk.s declined from >j.«»(.'* i.i e ♦» on i
November 19, 1920 to $1,482,00»i,'.00 I
on November Hi 15)21, the ag;;iei;ate !
earning assets of the member oanK
have declined in the saiiiv? tilrte nily !
about 14 per cent.
The reduction in tin- 11>1 111:k "■ ll 1
reserve banks of course make.; a" veij |
great improvement in llu' t" -■ I've
sition of the banking system. The n J
serve bunks are attain becoming wbai |
tliey were intended to lie institution |
resources in u-serve, able to -up i
port the entire hanking system in ui !
emergency. Their rest ive j
are in marked contrast to what tliev
wure a year ago, being tift.li per cent
on November 16„-against 39.1 percent
on November 19, I'Ji.o. The present
ligut es l»ijk very high ua comparer |
with the former requirements ol tie.
national,bunking' .system, but it mu. .
be remembered that these ie.,erves are
calculated only upuil the liabil
itie. ol the reserve banks wink- eon
stituting practically the only reserve*
against the liabilities of ail the bank.--
in the country.
Progress ol Liquidation
Xii|UlRiUon has gone fur with the
eastern leaei've banks, becati.se they:
serve the industrial and trailing com ,
munities, which have been light an.l
working down stoc'ks.ot goods anil, ma
terials. , The 'western reserve bank
have liquidated f"' 1' '• ■ k'ss degree, i.
oil account of the great tall ol lai:m
products, and also because indebted
' iless in the west was heavier m pro
portion to current assets. A
unrig concern usually has more work
ing capital in proportion to the vol
uine oJ' its business than a larmer.
The active market far investment
securities aids in the liquidation of the
eastern banks, as houses with strong
credit ate able to put out isWues ol
bond* or notes a a mean of paying
oH bank loans.- Instance's «t this kind
are of daily occurrence, and are very
helpful in clearing up the situation.
All such developments are ji part ol
the process of getting buck to free
and liquid banking conditions.
The activities sof the War Finance
Corporation are giving u considerable
degree of relief to banks in the agri
cultural sections, using funds made
available by appropriation from the
United States Treasury. Of course
tins funds must be replaced in the
treasury by borrowing in the public
market, whic to a funding
process similar to that described a
bove, except that it is accomplished
by the aid of a governmental agency,
- instead of by the direct market bor
rowing of tl*> parties interested.
As the member banks get them
selves. pai| out of the reserve hanks
and have free funds for use competi l
tion develops and tin* tendency Is for
interest rates to weaken. Six per
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s t qdfe n -
T juprr R E
£II • : '
A (osmopotitan jyH'tiaI—
SuiiMhine Jt Big "V" Comedies
/"'Yellow No. 3
2)c , and 1 lic
WALLACE RKID in
"THE LOVE SPECIAL"
"Vanishing Trails"—Episode 8
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NEWS FROM IN AND
A utu| .Mrs, M 1 Fleming of I.M.I:;.
I iilount s(>eiit Thursday with Mrs. J 1'
Mr. and Mr.>. R VN Salsbuiv
I Thanksgiving in Greenville.,
j Dr and Mrs Morrison are the nut.--i-
I of Dr. and Mrs. K M. l^mg
Miss Effle Waldo and Mr. 1' 11 -V>
j cock attended th# teacher's as»en.b;.,
] in Kaleigh last week.
Mrs.'T B Blade left TuesAiy foil
Georgia where she expects to spend |
i Mrs. l'attie Johnson is sypnding
| some time with her daughU-R Mr.
I 1 I, Salsbury.
Mr. John ('lonian and duughter are
visiting Mr. anil Mrs. J H Cloman.
Mr. James FriU'hard ami Miss tieor
! gia l'ritchard spent Thanksgiving in
Mr. Joseph Council of liockyvMount
! was here Thursday. —J
j Mr. Kate l'ippin and fatnilv weiv
he in from Battleboro Sunday.
Mr. Sherrnd J>l Knfiebl .spent!
List week lumV. - - J
M ICS. 1., t. LAUhIN'S I'AT 11 Kit
; liev. and Mrs. 1.. C. I.arkm left
I Saturday by motor for San ford in
I an.-iwi'i In a message saying that Mrs.
! I.ai kin's lather, Mr. C. Hi'tch han
j dii il very hUdilenly. Mr. Hatch with
.Mis. llutrh iuul motored down here
i early in the week to visit Mr. and
Mrs. a nil lie. was apparently
in the best of health at the time,
cause was tgvi'n for In* death in the
message other tlvuii a sudden attack
lof heart full.ie. lh town and com-!
muiiity deeply. nyinptahize with Mis
Uirkin in her lxrea\ iiient.
Dlt. IIAKKELL K ETC US FOB A
• »r. W. li. H t'tel arrived SHtuiiiux
from N&rfolk wi ell' he landed ilie
'a,, ihfore at the Nvval I- ■ after n
there month, crui.-i, abroad on the
collier "Mars. " V lnl- iivuy Dr. Mar
I ' v fited Fr i • l.i glen . m »'•
j I.:nop l ' and el isic. on th M 'diM'i
■' *». ia:: *or so '' »i ■*
• . «• jv of,;:. I'ii i'l were gladti
I see i agai' . 11' iclu ,n . t.; N' n
| time with his motlii'i, MM. W II Bar
rel! very sooii. "
BOY BBKAKS LE(J
William Ke-1 while playing with a
companion Saturday had his leg brok
en below the knee. He is a youngster
only ebout 8 years old anil Dr. Warren
the att#i4' n K physician, staU's Ihut he
is doing well.
A I)M INI ST It ATO BS N OTIC E
Ha\lsg qualified as administrator of
tlx*' estate of Leffinder Van-ell, late of
Mai-tin county, North Carolina this i,
to notify all persons holding claims
against said estate to present same
for payment on or before the Bth day
of October, 192'J, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
'All parsons indebted to said estate M il
plitse make immediate settlement.
This Bth day of October, 1921.
J. D. YARRELL, Administrator
j cent is still the common rate to ctls
j tomers in this market, with a little
j better demand for commercial papei
1 at 6 to 6 1-2 per cent. Acceptances-
I I are 4 1-4 to 4 1-2 per cent. Cull loam
i 4 1-2 to f> l-2pcrcent. Federal re
j serve discount rat*>s range from 4
| 1-2 per cent on all classes of pa|iei
at the Boston, New York and I'hila
j delphia hanks to 5 1-2 per cent at the
Richmond, Atlanta, Minneapolis and
. Dallas banks.
] Nrtmt'K or SALE
Notice is hereby gven tlia tthe un
dersigned will, on Friday the 2nd day
of December, lU2I at 11 o'clock A. M.
at the residence of the undersigned n
| Bear Grass township, offer at public
sale to the highest bidder for cash thi
following described personal property
One mule (7 years old) in good con
dition. ; J
One horse (7 years old) in gooi
_ One other mule (8 years old) ir
One Ford automobile in runnini
condition; also 25 barretts" of gom
corn, this year's crop.
Also one lot of hay, one buggy, oni
two-horse wagon and one caii am
The above property will be sold fo
the high dollar; terms of •ale, cash
the place of sale residence of the un
dersigned in Beer Grass township.
This the 26th day,of November ID2
_ LAWRENCE E. t»01^(N.
William ston, Martin County North Carolina, Tuesday, November 29th, 1921
GAME LAW VIOLATORS
DRAW HEAVY FINES
Activity Ut' Federal Gam eWardens
i in enforcing the provisions of-the mi
; gratory bird treaty act resulted in f>7
' convictions during October and tine im
position of fines upon offenders tout
ing $1,282, according to reports to the
partment of Agriculture. In addition
in many instances costs greater than
the fines were imposed by tin courts
and in one case—that of an offender
who offered two wild ducks for tale
in South Carolina —a jail sentence of
3 months was meted out and a tine
of >2OO imposetk
In addition to the foiegoir.f,, lot
cases of alleged violation of the I:IA\
were reported by Federal game war
dens to the authorities for prosecu
tion. (Xfenses against the luw di'alt
with iri Octobeivaried greatly. A ho
tel keeper in Missouri who sokl ducki
to his guests was fined SSO; a vemhit
of aigrettes in Virginia was finml $25;
two hunters in Ik'orth (Tarolina who
shot ducks from a motorlMiat wen
fined SSO each and costs, while thi-ee
Maryland hunters, convict d of the
same offense escajs'il with fines of $2
each; a nuiii in Illinois who
wild ducks alive was fined ant!
costs of $28.87, while anotMf man
,S'i the same state convicted orTiunting
ducks during tlm close i.'iisfin, pan'
$25 fine and costs of $44.77 I'm his
illegal sport. Seven Mis? issippi hunt
eis sought to bag duel: . after dark
arid were assessed fines of $lO timl
costs of $27 each. Twenty sportMnen
in Georgia who went after doves, in
the clo>*> season, were relieved hf the
court of S2O apiece.
AGKICI LTI IML YEAH BOOK
FOR 1921 AND SOIL SI RV
.Copies of Agricultut :«J Year Hook
for 1!)20 may be had from your Con
The list "flit 1 ' dNtribution is limited
ami requests cannot be filled lifter the
supply has been exhausted.
Also copies of our soil survey and
map accompanying it can be obtain
ed from the same sou ire until tin
supply is exhausted. Teachers deslr
( ing to use Agricultural Bulletins in
their schools can also obtuin valuabh
bulletins from the same
Mow Teachers May L'se Farmers ltul
lutius in Elementary Schools,
;ET YOCB CHRISTMAS CARDS
See us for Engraved Christmas am
"j New" Tear"C&Ms"' 6r Weddihg"tnvtttr
tioiis and Aiiiiouncements. l'rices tea
swnahle. The Enterprise l'ublisiiing
' N GINNEH'S REI'ORT
I p to Novemlier 14tli, bale;
t of cotton have been ginned in tin
county against 3,675 bales ginned ui
to Nov. 14th, 11)20 in this county.
Mc. G. TAYLOR, Inspector
( NOTICK OF SALE
I UUnder and by virtue of the powe !
of sale contaiiuil in that ceila.n deei.
14 of trust made and executed by Mailiii
? Prise to the underisgned trnstw aiu
>' bearing date of August 15th, 11)1!'
' and of record ui book Ai2, |>ag»- I *•
• of the Martin County public registi),
said deed o ftmst having lieen given
to secure the payment of, pertain note
oT even date Uwrewith, und the term,
and conditions therein not having been
complied with and at the inquest o.
the holder of said notes, the uucV'i
signed trustee will o gtlie 28th ila>
of December, 1921, at 12:00 o'colck M
at the court house d*>r ill Maitin coui
ty, at Williumston, N C., offer for -wile
ati public auction to the Highest bid
der for cash the following lU'scribe.i
property, to wit:
That certain parcel or tract of loud,
lyin gaud being in Martin County, be
ginning at a stake, Luenda llardison't
corner on the north side of the W il
liamston and Washington road, iieii
F fl Ward's residence and from -wiiicl
i- point the chimney at the east end of
> said house bears N. 88 1-4 E.; thenct
. 6.21 E. 54 4-1 pole* to u stake at tin
i southwest comer of the graveyard
c thence 21 eiwt 7 1-3 poles to a tsake.
t therm* S. 64 E. 16 polos to a stake
j near a persimmon tree; thence 2* .'i
east 32 poles to a bend in the ditch,
f- thence N. 23 1-4 E. down said ditch
to an iron post; thence westerly along
1 a line marked tu-es ti the Beeil
mill pond run, to J. E Green's cornei
i> or line to the Williamston and Wash
ington road; thence along the sunt
g Williamston and Washington road to
xl the beginirig, containing forty-tlirei
(43) acres more o rless, for furthei
ir title .wee above referred to dr-ed of
fd trunt and deed from I.uendii Hnrdisan
to J. H jB. Trice. *
i This 2flth day of .November, H»2I
h ' i
nr WANTED TO TRADE: FORD TOI'H
ing car body in good condition for
21 racer body Addiesn "E. D." caw
Local News and
Mr. and Mrs. F M Shute und little
(daughter, Katherine an' in town visit
j ing Mrs. Shute's parents, Mr. and
j Mrs. S S Brown, on Haughton street.
• • • •
' Messrs. T. Jones Taylor atvl O 1'
j Robersos of Hobersonvillle were in
town yesterday on business.
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Mr. and Mrs. Van - G J'uylor of
Kveretts were in town Monday
Miss Thvlma Brown ,s|H'iit several
days in Greenville last week visiting
Mrs. E T Forties. Mr: and Misi. 1' 11
Browrj und Mr. and Mrs. 1 II Harrison
motored to G reoiiville yesterjfcv and
she ivturhed with them.
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Miss Mary Smith, Mr. and Os
car Ahderson, Dr. and Mrs. Jas. S
Kl\|*des and Messrs. Wheeler MaHin
C. 1). Carstarphen, Jr., am! 11 D
Critcher attendixi a dance in
ington last night.
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Mr and Mrs. Wesley Allen ol .lame
ville ,'ue hei-e visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Kager I'orry. Mrs. Al
len is lu'te to be with her little-daugh
ter, Mary Grady GurkitV, >vho i ill
• * • i*
Mr. and Mrs. George Reil>u, Jr.,
aii' visitinj: Mrs. Keidou's parents Mr.
and Mrs. Eli v Gurgarnr., on Main
m 9 • •
Miss Nina Upton returned home
Friday from Washington, D ('., wliern
slve has be«'n attending the Wasliinj
ton School for Secietaries for the past
nine months. She finished her course
iibout two weeks ago and has been
visiting her mint,. Mrs Geo. Ilawes
ince that time.
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Mr. W J Hunter returned Sunday
evening Jioni lieensboro where he
s|*>nt Thjmksgiving wit hfriends.
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Mr. Luke i.aihb of Raleigh has been
in town for the, past/ few days vis
iting his father, Mr. W G Lamb and
attending to some business connected
with the Internal Tax.
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur White motor
ed to Washington yesterday wheiv
Mrs. White will spend*.olllo time with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T R Hodges
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For Engraved Christmas Cards call
the Enterprise, telephone 16
« • • •
Miss Vaughn spv-nt the 'l'llunksgiv
ing holidays with hef' parent *
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Mrs. J (1 Gotlsid left this ifei' i«
to v.sjt Mrs Vtvrce Bunting in I tin !
for ti few days.
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Ha\e your dollar ready for tin 1'• i
Crosk when tho.te who ars ijoiic.tmg
come for it.. They have to *>*• Ol
everybody for everybody wants to gi r
u ill liar and It takes a great deal I
timi to see everybody.
« • » •
Mrs. .1 W Watts Jr., is visiting her
parents; Mr. and Mrs Allien Wa'.ls
wprtli in New IleWi this week
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Miss Delphia Peebles iwtiiried to
New Bern after spending several
months hero as the guest of her sis
ter, Mr*. W T. Hunter.
• • • •
Mrs Blanche Anderson and Mr. Sam
1 Anilernori spent Sunday with Mrs. An
derson's duughtor, Mrs. C. A Harrison
and Mr. Harrison on Haughton stive)
• • • »
Mis. Mark Ituflin and little son Mar
vin Britt of Tarboro are visiting Mrs.
Ruffln's parents here, Mr and Mrs.
f J H Britt
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. C It Niceloll of Green
' ville spent Thanksgiving here with
Mrs. Sicelolf's parents, Mr and Mrs.
J H Britt. .
r, TITLE GIRL BREAKS LEG IN
Thelma, the 11-ynur-old daughter
of Mr ami Mrs. T C Cook, had fh
misfortune to get her leg broken and
her Ijil' dislocated by falling from n
swing Saturday evening.
She was playing in a neighbors back
yard and found a swing in which ;'ie
was swinging when the rope came un
fastened and threw her.
Dr. Warren was summoned and lit
took her to Dr. York's for an X-ruj
examination after which she was treat
ed awl is now doing ijieely. J
BED CROSS ROLL C
The 1921 lied Cross Roll Drive be
gins today with Mrs. J S Getsinger
as chairman. Any aid tliat you -ear
give her will be greatly appreciated
and if you cannot help her and knftjv
li of ny other that can and will plsesr
r call her at her home, telephone 241.
■e 1 '
It StffIMRIBE TO THE ENTERPRISE
PEANUT TRUST SHOW j
THEIR CLOVEN HOOFS
It is admitted that tV peanut crop,
the Yirginw-CarcyUnA varieties u short
—yet price sare going down UM>. J
Why is this? Only one explanation
can be afforded, he trust is trying
its best to make condition* i'oi ;hc
peanut grower the mounbearable
that they have ever been. Then plan
seems to be to have no aim
get the half that am out of
tion for nearly Hut,hing. They »« en
to think tba tfarmers association must
still to them in the Ton# run and ilu li
will lver>ild to the world the failure ot
the peanUt associations.
They do not euro who gets hurt ii,
the fight. Their purpose it In All
tlu 1 farmers organization. Xmv from
the other sido of the yuestion tlu
thing to would seem to be to put
factories ami for the to
into tli* tight with all
the farmers to com# tpgwhei t * «*•
everybody will get fair prkv
is nobody lighting the faring
trust and a few of their rohoi
are fighting for the privilege
ing money, big money out ol
HEART TO HEART
We want to coma vory c 10.'.0
subscribers. fu«»t we \rant I"
each one of you that have pa
your support and we an l f>.
appeal to all those who are.in
to pay up just as soon as pc
We are struggling; very
keep tilings* going and are
verge of embaruflsment mucl
time because of the scant inc
The small income an indivii
scriber counts but little bn
aggregate it means much to
by Rending a check you will
help us and at the same tu
to «et a better paper. We
forced to cut out those that .
hind the first of the year hen
mailing charges are almost :
as tlu- subscription rates anil
not able to ivud thera any ol
less we are paid in advance.
THIRD SERIES li. K. L. S
MATURED NT>V. 12
The third series of stock in t
tin County lluilding and boa
ciation matured November 12th, am'
will la* paid out Ibis week.. Those
holding this series of stock say that
Muilding.and 1-ioan Stock is a line in
vestment. Vou have saved ii little ,
each 1 week and scarcely missed
now you can build a holm- or f>ct voui
money all ii| a Umip.
The sale of tlm tenth series of. t'li.s
stork closes November UOth. If vou
want a few skuivN we Mr. A T Craw
f«iil,' secretary Iwfore Thursday, l)*c.
AHIt( Ckl.K TRIAL IMSAITt >1 NT
ING TO THE PUBIJC 1
The Arbuckle trial has ueen vei'y
disappointing to the general public
that seemed ko anxious to hear tha
full details of the disgraceful tragedy
The truth of the mnttie rin that'the
fact* of the case are of so base a
nature' that respectably newspnpeiij
will not print them. • S.
NOTICE or Ri:t I.IN lil-'s -.AI l:
1 ersuaut to an order entered mi tin
I'.'ih day of No viber Ti'2l, by -ilt>n
'ie i. W. Conn judtfe of the Supetioi
, ( • i.rt, in that certain cause pending
ir the Superior Court of Marti t iouii
ly entitled: '(' M t'hi 'in, .'.iciliia
K ' . on, et vi i • rp.elo Maim
, i g and .Vlot pi !'• n>. the un
dersigned receivers will on i'huisday
the 22nd day of December lU2I, at
12 o'clock M , in th« town of I'ar
mele N C., aell at public auction to
, the higliett bidder for cash the fol
lowing rea land personal property
That certain lot and atom building
i situate in the town of Parmeln, N. C.
now occupied by th" I'mmelw Mfg.
arid Motor Yimpnny - smrjr/ptirclMised
by said company in till# from Ceo,
J aim* and being the Mistical proper
' ty whereon the hhiil company bus con
-1 dUcti'd a general automobile, garage
and repair- business. Also all the
" stock in said building, consisting prir,
cipally of automobiles, machinery, ac
cessories and usual stock carried in
a general automobile and garage bus
iness. Also |l other »>tock, and
personal property bolomiitV to said
\ This sale will Ir made on the (rem
ises of tho I'arinele Mfg. and MttOt
f I Company and the said fiale lie
mtfde subject to confirmation by IJje
W. A. PAKWN,
l( 10. S. I'EELE, Receiver,
r Attorney -Mi. K. Blount.
1 LOST: 34\MNCH TIRE AND RIM
Sunday, Wllliamston ' and
Bear Williamrton and Ever
etts. Flml#r return to Pr J 11 Saun
i jders aiAl be rewarded. 2t
Prices Continue Good on
Loral Tobacco Market
A SACRED TRUST
FOR ANY PEOPLE »
U altei 11. I'ai^
The most .-.acted' tluuut'n "Vii• - ''i" . "
innitwci'.lth ami tu the '>• .m .. . j
\s the child; whether it h.- \ nn child" '
or the rtlihl of t lie • ill 11 l" II >uitl el '
of the hovel; till' lu'll'i of ti I' ■iit I!
faced mother nia\. f.• i . ' ..ti t.
lie thi* mort capable rl ml in t' . i. | 1
At its Wiil'-I. it !■ capahl. >'i '
izenshi|> ami :t useful »«:•-. n >' V • i
Itgence he t|illckeiieil an.l li nt,. I.
Several ot flic -.tiom i p.■ i ! !
itlOS tliat WOK' I'Vl'l Imln li
were men \ i • .
fathom % \vaiv unknown \\. has.
kn»wn t V' ii'j ! '
tee by James A. ':'t'if~lv T T.' j
Maggie Rolicrson, ami • I>lln r.. !*
in book O-l at page -'.Mi of M t
County Public regis! r>, .-".hi .to. .1
trust having hej»li given to .IN ti-i
payment oi u certain iron of .• \.• n !.»(«-1 "
therewith, and. tile l.'im f ami —1 .
tions therein contained i;>l* !iu\ i r i l ■
been compk-il with ami. at t'a ■ j ■
nf the parties inter.•; ti .l, tiso un it
signed trustee will oi. Suturd r tin
.'lint ilny (ft December,. I 1, at. .■'
clock M., ut the court house ilom
Martin county at William .to» .\'. ' ,
(offer for salt* to the highc.-t bill« r l.n
cash the follofing «fc 111• • I lan !•, » i
First T rue! : 11>'p 11111111k in 'ii 1
ter of the public lend, known ;n rl. •
Guns [jane, in the liiin of 11 I
Chance lands ami Iv/.eki.-l on, ;
line, oil') north of s-aid-Kzfko-I h vOi j
non' horns, running thence-a ■ 1. \
course with the l.ary liaine lui'e ut®
KzekiW Roberson's Inn- "I '\\ I,
Whitfield's line, Kzelm I Hob. i un'
cornier; them e a southerly com •
Whitfield's line ami naili Holier on
line to Aid fi'/ekiel Rnher.-on' conn
thence an en.st.orly enure with tin In .
ijrf yVilbarn Kobei'son ami Kzi kn l I.' I
nun to tliw cHuter of anl puhli.
oradi thi 1 lie ea northerly coin .- Wt"
tho center of said road I" the 1. ,o. |
ning, cuntttininu thirt.v li v»* • >■ • a n'
mora or kas.s, ami br?n>; all the I.in
owned by E/.eklH Rol«a'oii oil tin ,
west side of- the saidrfiad.
Sucmnl Jract: Beginning at a point
in tho cent».f of the old train mm
passing east ol L'.zekn I Ibdiei oaj
hollno, and a point in the aid, l.i
iel )Col>mrhoii\s north line ol las I
- tntet; tlu.pye with til" i 1 I '>•:
of the old ti»m l oad a south"l• .i I
course U> the Joe Kohei -on d. ci a
lime, and being on the eat ol I.'.'.
1 i«l RobtM'*on's,lunds ami to 1,/"
■ Robeihon'fi line; '"thence a noil!
course with JCzekiel ' liohei -on hnv
und tho Joe Uober un. and (. Italic
i Roberson jlim. to the old line ;
th(yice a jyventerly coui ■ with tl
SvAii Ijiii-, the Chance and Kif-Vj*.
Riiruon line back fo the centejrfT
the, fsaid old train road, ttar Ii
and tHiinb all that certain Hhift of lap I
belonging to Ezekiel Rubwson nKttul»
on the northeast side of the .aid
1 tram road cm taming ten (V4»t no'tv
momi or less.
This the 26tli day of NovoiuUn- *1
H. L. GLASCOW, Trustee,
WANTK,: SALESMAN WIItLCAL
to c*ll on d*alern with" a low piifec
I fl.ooo mile fabric and h),IKM» mile tiwtl
. tire. SIOO.OO a WMek with extra conv
• mia«lons. Universal Tire a»yi RuWw
I Co., Michigan City, Indiana. It
' > 5»... . ...
IF YOU WANT QUICK
RESULTS USE A WANT ,
Al> IN THE ENTERPRISE
l'lfe prico of tohacco was recently
le cnbed by one laraier wnen he aaid
that .if a farmer !>%> good toba«c© he
*l\\a\3 says that i>rices are too4 and
the h and when a farmer
has por tobacco and ia asked about thm
nfcirke the nhvays say* that it is low.
That -is [Hihaps the natvue of man
hut M*. Jack Mill .sof Poplar Point
liiiil sorry tobuciio und still h# »
-aid tno prices wm* on the local
market lust week he made the
follow ir.jf average:
I- 1 ' Price Afuount
« I ' 51.84
ihiiii ware that \WI itaKM place ai not
ri mi I'm & llios., at 2:(M) o'clock
riie manufacturer hM a
sale .inan« lieie who the sal*
na-. onl) a limited BuppJy of
v;i:i' tii i'tl- .h air adverttsemMt •
. inl tin i. lore Iw »ells it very ch
"lie 11.nig., as low as 1-lOth of their
I n.le are thero promptly
! J o'clock to do your o\vn bidding
y.M will hot .lie able to secure any
0 ft In • '(• wonderful bargaina.
NOTICE OF SALE
««tice,!s heieby given tah tthe UH
• lei .i. iii'«l adnunistrator of Ira L. Paid
.1. I eat il will oil Monday the 19th day
..!' I leceinbei, I!»:!I „ at 11 o'clock A'"
AI lit I lie residenoe o t'tbu lata Ira
1 I'ei d, .l( ceased, nejir Kurrough'a
Srln. I I lou e, offer at public te
the highest htdder for canh the m- ,
lowing per. oual property, to wit: g
AI Itlie I a riiiing iinpliMiient.s of ev
eiy ami description.'
One lot of corn,
One lot of lth%
. ml one lot of peanuts.
.'I'll!', the i!Kth day of November 1921>
W. A. HI'RROUGHS, Admnr.
The lioard of CumniisaioMrs of *
.Martin county will meet in tha court
house at Wllianuston, N 0. on Wed
neilay NoM iiiher iiOih at tt) o'clock a.
in , to determine whether or not the
count) t»f .Martini, will accept the fol
low inv. projHuitdns:
I. To pay (ino-half (1-2) tIM coat
of conaitructiiig a hard surfaca road
from the count) soa tto the Beaufort
(ouiit), line, uhere it will join tha
hard surface .road now being built
I'lom the count) seat of Kaaufott to
tl)e MyrtHi ( ount'y line. " ~
To build a sand-clay or gravel „
load 11 (un tho county seat to the Hal
ifax county!llinto t terminating naar - j
I lohgoifd, N C. .
All t'ltizeiis of the. county are iar
vitod to.Weaent their vi#/s upon tha
at the time Aid plaee
J. 1.. HASSELL,
Attest: ' .
S. S, BROWN, cm.
' ' , 1 ■
J. (i. Ma ton's gin win gin on Mon
days and Thursdays, starting Novem
ber 14th, 1921.
* N. P. DANIEI S, Mgr.
A discount of 1 per cent will ba
given to all who payi tliair taxes ba
fore Delphi her first. All: w ishißf ta
avail of this opportunity
must pay during Novamber| w