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VOLUME XXII—NUMBER 94
Dr. Biggs Bring* Good News
For the Growers of Peanuts
Dr. John D. Biggs has been iu
Washington, D. C., this week with
a comn it tee lroni the I'eanut Growers
Exchange, hot on*' tl.o War Finance
Corporation an tithe committee uc
ceeded in making arinngrmpiits u
deal direct with the Finance Corpor
ation. ills means that the IVau
Exchang"'' can Imhtow liioiiyy dime
Finance Corporation and ii
laigo amounts. Mr. McLean, tlu
fliuilun.'i of the War Finance tor
,ratirii spurred Uu- committee Noli
the Fx . h.ingo that the.* could '
n,ilion nollars and more if iu.crss\r\
It take; a tremendous amount in
money la t i ante a pn>i>ositiot. of t'ii.
kJi d ..ml tlticolin«*(tio'i i it. tie 'i ;
nut Exchange upon an absolutely -aii
and sound financial footing.
'lh« l'eanilt Excl.nngi has alii :- I;
proved •! ability to h"lp tile giov I
oi |M>'anuU berau-e it i - Keeping troi
one mil on to a milieu and a i|aa, ie
bags of po'iaul* off t'C market. A
least five hundred tluni.-;ind. I;ag- w iu
lih\i? beer forced upon t!v market' l u,
for the Excliatigo lu ing able t.i I b i
tb"m off i*wM i* lea. en.diK. to - a> j
tha ttlie pi'i'C of the he.-t stmlc o
peanut* n i>uM not lav lei n over I vi,
(\ ,t , a pof.nd if tile, e ile *n -sell r>e!
not bail lint been kept off I lie n iff I
Dr. ItigC- ; ays in' can g.ve ' I e m i
lirvs of the peanut exchange pi.sit v I
as ur.mce of the -Hci i"- nf 11.' -il i f I
I I fin Ibe belie M;t ! f i oopet',! v.
m.'ike'ng of pear.'.il •' II hi iiigi gr a |
help to net oiih ti;e faiiie'i - Itl't I
innnbani- 0- well eml all «ln
interested in seeine the .If >t i»iti'|e
ot the f-mner promot'd an I .-ui'• «
is l»e>-t for llf farmer i- '«•-! bo a
i lif. ii teiva w .. f It'- II gr- by nu
If) 111 lied ,V'|M lie nf -J.r-'iat nteii-l ti
our pear.'it people. Ii ' \ \. '!t a
no. i' tlla 1 the farnie ri- iom, • '•
li. own .' Oil ,a ti ail III" ti'i mnm . 1 e ,
nil' u. '-il b> bear aii tlie |»l • "
hi peanut it • g.'iiir t > I"' 1 ' ' >
boost ih', p . I' e ■ nf il.' hi.
ii-s.fl lal ii i itei i t oiii fat in
it should 11■ ri t us ait • know t
not only i tie gnveinm iii puling u|
money l,'i tlii Woi'd*- lijo-1 influent *1
bank, I.he X.iiional 't> I.nok--of v
\ oik is l Lie W'. I lig •• I h ' 1 . .
fnrmei - •e'ciiiL' t.ie ii|'.|>oi i an. ty t I
gfaat tliee'i loan.-, to pr.nl t il .' Ken
tueky i'l ip of tiitiacco durai;.' th -
. -xwii ——' —: 1 "
I'he iv'H'ld lo.iv a \vi I! i.nte Uie ft '
tha tllle ni fill I e chang.'il n
11 - fai nu . - v ,11. lit.- nlbei folk-. -I
tin ll' prill l art 111 a en- il.'e vay
t H X KIT Mil l: IIIMIIIIFHIKKII)
i'he ipaitcily li.eelllig of tile M..l'-
ll i County l "uncil nl i ri. 11. met
\\ dawstla 1 , with tin Hamilton
N". 12. 'ia i.ill calf all an
In Igc - oi Ihe C ouncil l''pn -eat. il tv
eept tin* i and tlie allemlalicc ol \is
itois a,-j ell Ul legale.*- Ha.- ihlge.
I lie regular routine oi iju-mess Wa.
ti ausaclC'i and .-evwral good talk- Aen
made hy tlie 'oietlnea
I he in xl meeting wil be held v\ a)
the Kiibcisaiiviiie lodge tlie -ecom
\N edi.wf.day in Malta 19J2.
tiarbeci'c c.iithcn, and many othe. ]
ijo'xi thing- wi'ie bnUnteoUTdy ner\'«i« |
the Co'unfrl by the Hamilton lo.lg't
ami theii -families.
The Cnariiable Hrotlrerhooil is ar
organization known only in Fasten
North Carolina, being organized ir.
Ileaufoil County. Il ha.s tieen in op-,
cration in Martin ounty for mort
than fifteen years ami I,a- done i.-uch
in chari'y and Konievliing in ip.-nr
ance It put.-, the-loeitnigr- ir.
with e'ach otiier and tendf to tl» ii
gi a ral good.
Mail Your Clii i -tnia- y l'acVage- l.aity
- S T RAN I)
—THEA T U K
Wii..Hon Churchill's most fa
moos novel liramatizerl, favor
ing ti .e chri.-ianity as opposed
to lf'vioiis hypocrisy. .
•Till. 'NSIIIE t)l THE ( I I"'
As-k'tjloe who'.saw this at this
Theatre October 18th.
• j -~H5f-' ■ . ' and ' ——-- f»(ic
. \ —TI'ESDAY.—
1 Wiliiairi- llrady':; Wonderful
"L I F E'»
m^~~ r ancT" , 4iic .
WHAT ABOUT GROWERS
Tobacco growers who ui e out ;vt
the cooperative marckting as-oclatioi
may have to haul their tobacco mam
jlozens of miles to tirUl a market nox
year,, according to information
office of the cooperative association i
Raleigh. During the last few days
all sign-up records 11a\«• been i i
en, ami at the present rate at whirr
ihe growers aie joining the as-'
tion indications there will not 1
enough tobacco on the outride to mail
tain a single auction market in
Warehouses in Ninth Carolina It is
pointed out, will probably follow tht
example of Kentucky and remain clo
oil pending their being taken over h;
the growers' >0 ranif at ion u i«»'»iv
ing station .
With th* "auction" system enliwl;
eliminated, grower .soutside- the coop
erativc* association run oil only t
'pinhookeis" and otlf>r speculator.'
who will take advantage of th• tar
ln« r who has no maikei within mil"'
of hi t'nriil.
With Virginia and S. nth Cnnd'ii
|r11> ui' iw 111 K-il lip ,pliilK in the co
opemtivf association, it will be a on—
of a loii}' hunt f n :i i i|ket
trrnWoi - who delay 'joiiriip; with thei'
neighbors ill tin' iiioii in ul to ol># ;i I *
hitter prices The 'V I - husines's uu 1
who ha\e stoyd >ut again, t tie eiow
or .-' ale certain to feci th'
effort - r>f lllri i att itudi' once tlie gin*
or- get on tin i r fie tin ntieh ronpi r
"ion. * hile the merchrnts and haot
4'l's With vjsiori,.-wlu. have Jumped dor
mg the campaign, air expected t'
roap mwards through increased trade
'roiii association member.-.
In certain eetioii • groups ol grgow
■is linvo pioposed tn bina-ntt iMiflioig'
I ystoiTs'liilt have been urged hv or
lrani/.er ' to ' "'d off *i'• g.ivi' ucl>
Ini me men time to -dudy 11;»• prop
- »iit'on - more tlinioughlv, convince* 1
that if they do they \fil stand beliin
thi' giower.s in their gigantic effort
to luttei tile conditions III* rural lif•
Mirough lietf.e rpro'.i f«r tohai'i •.
V« . MAN IIK. \ lis sT; \lt(> \lf I»
IKH 11 IKS |t)K I'll'-'
I lie t annu'iVl I'ouv cntinT
of tlie Vtabnai d Medical'Socii t; tame
to an Cud ye torday jiftei nium follow
ing the election of i>r. .lo cph I.
Sijroull, i>f Sanitarium, N t.. as pros
ideut for the coining v« u, an iltoui
vice piesident:', a - a rretnl y and
treasurer The members ol tin' sociiH
went to Chesapi ake lleai Ii after ad
Jouniiuent, where [tillv O'Keefe ' l*v
ed one of In. fiimnii m-ter roast
for tht;ir benefit.
III'. Kproull succeed* I>r. K. S
Taliaferro, of Norfolk. Ho whs fir
vice-president of tin- 01 panizntlon tlii
vicar nn«l by Iho .-vstem of advance
•merit >-f~vTrp prudent* in vogu ei
the .society, was Tlated for the pies
idency. The other officers elected are
First vice pre#do'nt, Dr. .lo>eph T
Puxton, of Newport News; secont
vice-president, Dr. W I. Warren, o'
WiJ.liwn.Rton, N C„ third vice pjpsideni
I)r. Cora Z. f7»nieniiii», of Sulfoll
fourth Vice pjxssident, Dr. F T (into*
of Manteo, N C„ treasurer,. Dr. Ceo
A. Caton of New Hem. N C. ■( r
elected I. fecrotnry, Dr Clarence Pot
ter Jones, of Newport N"\v. , re-elect
ed. TVtftv Horn waft chosen as the [>lac
for the 1122 convention of the sOcietv
t ni'KCH OF THB \D\ KM
Ke\. Walter B. ( lark, l'jriisl-in-charg
Service fii rthe fourth Sunday i>
Ad\ei|t, December 2Ktli:
Church School, 'J:la A M Ifarr.
M. Stulibs, sUpti interna nt.
Morning prayer and . i rniin, 11 :'M
A ~M. Sentron -ilbject: "Kneinflf;
Evening prayer anil sermon, 7
P M. The Rev. Frederick lilouni
Drane, "Fred Drane" to bis man;
friends, AiVhdeacon of Alaska, will I
the preacher at this service. ,
A cordial welcome to-all.
SF.IIVKKS AT BAPTIST (TII KCB
A. V. Joy'ler, Pastoi
J»uniiy School, 9:tr, A. N.- I >r. I
B CoiiC) Sup}. '.' • '
Sermon ibv pastor, 11 no A M
li Y P l> 6i45 P. M.
Sermon by the pastor, 7:.t0 p. M i
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday even-
I in?, 7 :30. , «
Vou ate cordially irivited t•> attorn 1 ;
' nil th*se servicrs ■ -. •■*
\ FOR SALE: DRV GOODS ANT
Notions business, t'nod stock, rom'
location in heart of town. Price, rea,
sonable. Ownter. too old, wants to re
tire. Address "F* care Enterprise.
Williaingtnii, Martin County North Carolina, Friday, December 16th, 1921
COURT PROCEEDINGS Local News and
ON TUESDAY, 13TH Personal Mention
The following cases wore
of on Tuesday of G>ui*t this week:
State v*/ Kelly Moore, (jiovei
Wynn and Daniel Mizaile. Larct.it;
and Receiving. Each of the above t..>
fondants were found jruilty and wort
sentenced to jail fur the teini of It
months to bp hired out by the boar
of county commissioner-' to pay thi
costs of tho uetion.
State vs. Willie Wynn. Assault
with deadly weapon. Guilty.
tenced to jail for thirty days and p:i
the cost* of his board ami the cost
of the action.
State vs.- Charto W'liitlield. Far j
eeny and Rereivinjr- Continued fo
Statv vs. Chas Whitfield. Fiuven;
and Receiving. Not a hil.
,State vs. I'aul .lame || d Henni)
James. Not a true hill.
State vs. Uiite.y. llou->
breaking and larceny and ivcpivnc
Guilty. Sentenced to «»iinty jail tvv
years to be hired out to J I Hnltoi
for Ins kiM*p and traininir, the conn
tv to have costs of the action.
Stato v . Isaac Ani]>ey, Jr. Fan r
of automobile for temporary use N'o
In ca.'«s t> and lo l II
Godwin for embezzlement, coytirtue
under time bond.
IAMFSMFi.i: n I:\is
Mr. S W Ciimh. ami Mr. Saw cei
from Coliinfhia vvihe business vo-ilor:
here Thin .da\ .
Mr. W tiiiixia of No'rtoll, \ a. \v a
in town Thursday.
Mr ami Mrs 1 1, Fden.s and .lit 11■
son, William Kllsvvorth, from Wash
ilttftou were tin l niiests ol' Mis.-. Cat
rip Fileies Sum lav afternoon.
Mr K I' Johnson of Cris nville wa.
in town hist week.
Mi' 1. H Harrison was here Thins
Mr. tr (' James itud Mr I It Stall
of Fverctts were in town Friday oi
a hunting trip
Mr. N It M annint' win h. i.
Mrs MolUo Ifc'lrl t'join Now Y"i
is visiting relatives and frieii' 1 i
town this week.
Mr. and Mrs. (' A Ask»w, Mr
W Martin. Mi\ Hindell Hamilton an
Mr. I'earlie Mcudin inotorral to Wa h
miftoii Friday on a Innines tiip.
Mi ( lan'tice Moon* from I'oit;
mouth v\ a s"m . town Momlay.
Mi„_ajnl Mis. Mntininii"* an
fhildri'l ulcere t lie i; lie tof Mr an.
Mi"? *.' ll( Manmni' .Sunday.
Ml. W U' wa-. a l.n 111.
vikitor* in Greenville tin w«>!i.
Mi W K Park, i ot W'tllia to
was in .town Tu»^dav
Mr t. A Crofton and Mi It
Croft.in of Rohersoiiv'ille wen- i
Mr. and Mrs ,S T Jink >ll on.lor.
to W'a>hin(fton Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Muvo Mi:'..'lie, *li
Fe.na Itrown, Mr Mizelle nn
Hon Robert s|M'iit Tuesday afti inon
Mrs. J W Dowdy of Kinif boro wa
the Sliest of Mrs Wil Slallini>s m
Misses Kliaabeth and Hesste Mi
idle were m town Wednesday shop
Mr. T K Cook of Kinston was i
Tin- Young I'eople's Mirtsimiarv' So
ciety held its monthly meetinK wit'
Mrs. W II LilUiy on Wednesday even
illfr. Tho mi present were lytejwlanic
I' M Holliday, J M Jones, M c JacT
son, and K H Anpe, Misses Neva Ho)
liday, Fflie- llrovvn, iVatlie Jonep
Filith StalltiK-s," Sadie and M\rtl
Griffin, Carrie Kdens, and lilioilu IV-el
The meetiiiK was called to order I
the president,, Miss Fflie llrovvn, bo'
olit and flew' btr inesj via tji'dh eil
It was decided to (fet up a play I.
tho purpose of irmwmris. Aft"i ti
business se sion refresh'
miait.s were served consisting o.
cheekeii salad, saltine crackers an
The a.ljounie.l to m e
with Mrs. W II I.illey Friday iiir) I
after the second Sunday in Januaf'
Mr. Edward William Kariy of I'a'
tnyra and Miss Heatire Daniel of )n
City uccompatiied by Mrs. (J I! Coun
;!cil ami N W Hyman of Oak City int
tore to the residence of Rev. I. C Far
kin of the Methndht church here 6
Wednesday. Mr. Farkin took the
to tho Met)lwlist church when- i
uiiitnd Miss Daniel and Mr. Faily ii
marriage:* :Mr. Early ; is r the son o
Mr. Joseph Early, a prominent fi
mer of Goose Nest township, and Mi
Early is the dauifhtor of Mr. and Mr
Jno. T. Daniel of Oalt City
After lli«i ceremony they jetinr.
t othe f:o"in of the groom where the,
wil I reside.
Get your n*xt supply of coal from
Eli Gurganus ft Son.
Missej Maltha Slade Hasieli una
art ha Cotton Crawler danced todu.
from" Salem College to jpenJ tin.
Christmas holidays with their-fum
Dr. Wn* 11. llarrcll of Norfolk
expected to arrive toniuii ov. to sjjo
some timwhere with hii.,mother
Mis. Thijrpoii of Taibole is hvic
visiting hoi son. Dr. J«!' VhiKpen an
Airs at their home on Chuicl
st 1 eet.
Ml. ami Mrs. J W llight and son,
lloyd, left je-sUuday I'm Greenville,
lYniv. lor several months wfvie Mr.
llijrht will bo in the tobacco business,
• • • •
Mr;. O T Carson, Mm I' M llolli
day, Rhoda Fuel and Et'i
Brown of Jiuiiesville vfeie Here shep
pins \ i'tv>ida\
IA IMF AI.VRM
U about el.-v ei
o'clock some one calle .(thu tire de
partment and end to Send the tin
truck in a hurry The tire l«*ll \v.«
rung and the (iiembei • of tho host
Hi'part nit-lit were "Soon assembled am
lie truck was on teh vvaj. They ha
I mfonne.l tluit I In- t'ltv VV a a.
tenant house on the lot of Mi. h
peel and went there in double ijuici
lime When tlu>y arrived there wa
no tire in sight hut a man wu.i co>.
in Rout of the house with a coa
..tove and they nut from him that iii
lire had baeu in the stove but it wa
all out by tlia ttinio so there wu
nothing: left for them to do. Tin
prncic.e was good for the company ii
tlui case of the fiiv Thursday morn
Ihe tire alarm was sounded .it twi
o'idoek m-ter.lny ' morning; and th«
Ire company responded v»-i-t)i umistia.
promptness and were ver v mioii 01
the scene of the tire which proved t
je th l ' little storu occupied by Henry
Kwirtt, crrtwed, oh the, mil road nea
th epower plant The building wa
practically burned down before tin
ilarin *as given tint the part tlia
i,ad not al ready been birTnod wni
ah.(lhh:aco\ of alaska at
EPISCOPAL III'Ki II
,\ ichdeacon Fre.leri. k Hlount Ihaii.
if Alaska will preach lit the Cluircl
of tlin Advent Sutidaj evening a
I'Veti tliilt* .(.'clock Aiichdeacoi
Drune, after six years of continuou.
ierviee in Central Alaska, is spendiuj
a tery busy furlough on the Atlanta
Coast Almost ull We timo is heini
given to active work in this and tin
aeitflibni ink dioi 'ses, tillinjf the stio
d' th« ihhmls and opportunities .Of th'
Vlaska Misyon fields.
Durinif his stay in William ton
Archdeacon Minim will ho the ku#s>
of, Mrs. Jus. fS Suiton and Mi>. S
Roi#«' Hlkk*. J'
UK. MEETING OF FARMERS TO
1 HE HELD THURSDAY
There will lie n great meeting o(
farrneis at the Court HOUH- in Wil
liamston, Thursday, December 22n, at
2:fX> I'. M.
Every farmer to comu.
O. F. M'tCKARY, Di*t. Aift
WIFI* YOF RECEIVE AN WIA, 1 -
you receive u Christina Sav
tngf Check for the ear 1921? If so,
it wil llie coming to you in ih'i next
few days for the Martin Countv S;>v
irtgs and Tru t Company will mail
out checks for over ijifiJitV"" thi.
week to those who be|oni r to the . ltd
If you are'otie. o,l' tjie fortunate at
far-seeing ones who will hav > son
extra phi money for Christina it t
of no uso for you to read the aiivei
tiscment appearing in this i. u. i
Tlie Enterprtee, but if you_ ate nr. •
an.l»waiit to join the Christmas Sav
ings club for 1922, find the adv 'rtiv
ments and then "let your eonscieiu
l>o your gui,de."
METHODIST CHURCH SERVICE:
Sunday School, !>:4fi A. M- J. E
Morning service, 1I:(mi a M: Sul
jectr "Taking Advantage' of Oppoi
Evening Service, 7:3» I'. M. Sul
jecti '"The ChriM. Whom We Wor
Speeial Chris%nas Mu.*ir will b
renderel at tliese, services. The pub
lic in given a cordial inritiitmn to w»)
with n« ' > -
rOR SALE ONE PRACTICALLY
new cast iron, si* cap, ennk stovi
at a bargain Burnt either coal ot
wood. Mrs J Lawrence Peele, •*y-
NEWS FKOM IN AND
AROUND OAK CITY
OAK CITY ITEMS
Mr. Julius Smith, who has given u|,
hij position here, haj returned lb his
hom ein FarmviUe.
Mr. Jack Moye -pent V\eduesd»i>
Mr, Jimmie Counci Ispent* Sun4a>
night In Givsenville.
Mr. Alor Moye went to Scothin.
Mr. T. W. Davenport Mon
day afternoon in Hohgnod.
M*: J W Hinoi spent Moitd:* -tr
Wiliumston attending court.
Dr. Sam Harrell and Mis» ('oru-.o
of Tarboro wero In town Sunday.
Or. Pitt'win i rul Mr, J W
made a short trip t> Turboro Surnii.y
Misses Ixvlia Yurbnro, F-ssie H-4«
Louise Scott, Kutii HuiUon
Sarah Pollard and Mes kum'l I
Humphries un.l V Q -pent
atnrdfr? wi tlr-tmlHfl shoppo. ; .
i'ho LitCe i '"unut .socic • of th
f'ak City Gr.uled Sell■>■ I i''iu]mvil. t
'V.-ttcr English l>rivo" p ogium in
Fric'ny afternoon mid it, wn , veiv bei
etVinl us wel l:i.» w!"'Vuliiig. t" n!l.
i Hose who enjoyo t the ho; i
rl Mr and M' l( F I'arlv ;it !t to
wiokend house party we if Misse . Evj
Peel and Millie Roebuek of Rotier
sotiville, Miss Maiy Robertson o'
Hamilton, Mis.s Annie Ellen an
Mes.'Uii, Ellen and Hester of Rock
Mount. —Mi-v.ii: Kirvma Jack-on, i;utl"
Cox, Mary Williams, Worlev nn!
Manly Jackson of Winterville, Misse;
Ruth Hudson, l.onisf Scott, Vera Ha
rell, Essie llaK'gvtte, Yarboro
Sarah I'ollard, "Jack" U oilse, Melissi
Worsley and Mrs. W T Hiin\j)hries
Mivssrs. Knu'st Hanvll, Derwool
Smith, I'aul Hawls, I.ouis, llovvan
and Francis llrovvn, I'aul llyman
Macey Savage, Robert Kvetvtt, Mat
thews, Wheelei Ihiniel and Hemv
HEATH 4>l AN INFANjI'
On Satdrday iiioiiubk, 0ec 4 f»th,
l'X't, till* death aiinel visffed the hoinv
of Mr and Mn. (' \f Mi/.elle and took
away their darling littlo li«by
was bom N'owniber 21st, 11)21,
only two weeks and tivo ilay.s old. Al
was done for her that eottld he Nrt>- tt
was. iod's will, to take her away am
she is jjoiiK.
She was laid away in tho familv
graveyard on Satunlaj' nfU rno"i»i
three-thirty lilanehe M»zelle plavrs'
vprv softly on Uw piario.nnd her litt
Ulster Ruhy Loves Me-'
The little twin liter.., Nit a and Nellie
I lav n earned tin- flij.wei . to tho t;rav
'and lies-do, Mamie., J tilia Muello hiii'
lone OttVi I V ein the |Mill U'urt'lf
Hio. 0 \\ Arnold conducted furiree 1
sp rvicf i.
Our ilitiliiiH lilt In baby ia~ale»vpm(t
iw'e •tly m a n«vvniad« irrav « toda)
We are wiupinK. Ifently vvatepinj; foi
our darllriK * K°n eaway.
I'liei*! is a viu ant place in out iiome
that cannot Ixt tilled,
Hut God knowoth l»>ti and rlrx'tl
all things well
She is uoiie but not I'orifntten
Written liv lu?r loving nn,tkr,
HONNIE MIZKI I f.
IRI SIKK'S l#>l.K OF 1.4^1)
North ( aiolliia, Maitir Count).
Ily virtuo ■of po\ve,r vuifted in me
by that deed (if triut (-Sjecuted lo mi
on tfui 2i|h day of Oe'«nilKir, l'Jlli
j by V II Moore, I will on Friday the
flth day of January, 1!»22, sell at pub
lic au*(ij*, for cash, to the highest
bidder, at the court house door hi Wil
llamstf ji North the
hours of one and two (OTock, the fob
lowing described lots, tracts.or par
eels of land, ylintf, ImMiik and aituatc
in the county and ft ate afornsaid
neai the town of North Cai
olifkil, and liciiiK tracti nuinU-r ;,i*
C), ,I'vwi (7), ami ten (III) anil ho
inj; 4 portion i tin' funn formerly
owned liy Murray Whichaid, un
known ai Ilia Kli liopkina farm
which van surveyed*and plotted l>;
A K lirit.t, Civil U(i|(iuror, a plot n
which i.-t on record In Martin County,
in tho Register of Pee.ds office in plo
book H, at p4t(i; f>, to which |ilit ref
;ienci> is h*rehv made for a more pc
I'j ;u t So. (i i'ontaips liti acre. .
Tract N'o. 7 contains 1 SM.fi item ,
Tract N'o. ID contains 15. .'i .
niakinK u total in the three tracts o.
Thi sthe'Urd day of December mill
S. A. IH*N'N, Tru >|fe. '
\\ atch" thfl label your paper, t)i
tmrp t orenew l>ofoie your'
Hon expired. ._
If-your children are. goinjc away t(
•rhool or college thi# year, he *ure tt
end the Enterprise wi they
/an keep \yj.th the news at home."
f*)t your next supply of coal from
Cli Gurganus & Son.
Tobacco Price Vary Greatly
During Month of November
DIPTHERIA SHOWS BE
IN N. C. IN PAST YEAR
During September, October and No
v««mbot Uu'if were 3,37tf cases of .tip
theria reported to the State boa id ui
Health. The number reported for the
entire year uf was Itutv
much g», >o many uf tlu).-,e people v>. tui
have had dipttoerla will curry the
genu* in their rove ajid throat fiu u
time I feel,tint It H mj
dely to urge all parent.* to avail Uiaii
s«l\g.s of the protection for then clul
dan abow wix month i afforded hy tlx
use of toxin-antitoxin.
About one per r«'iwt i>t the i>o>•[>lt
in thin eoiuity ure dipthenik rarrier
It is #ii« Kmup tliat spreud tin■
easo. This i« lianw J*> #.« 10410 i :
caiuleasly coughing or •* th j
fiw«w of those near them, «>r b> con-1
UutunuUnu articles which they haji
dlo, and tlwereby on infect
to the unprotected. CtilMrru especial!) I
aiv exposal thiounh the exchange o
pencils, (howlriK Kiun, fruit, food o: I
the of tbo common drinking nip
AVhen »» come to think of it, it i'
a wonder tjiat v. Edo nut have more
su'kneis lha.ii wo do uiismuch us then
out' person to another.
The diptheria season wd llast foi!
several months yet, so it is hoped tha
those who have not given their «hi I
dim three tfMitm«nts of toxin unti
toxin will ii» so. Remember that the.-* J
treatments completely protect ab«ut
9(1 per cent of the children, but th»
protection doe.* not come until thie«
to six months after the injections hav
l*«en .given. If any |**>plo In thii
countr desire to usk miy question* u
bout toxin-antitoxin, 1 will lie v»r\
tflad to uuswer them
Yours very tiuK,
.WM, K WARKK.N.
NOTICK OK HAI.K
! JL : nJer byvj>rtM« id tl» pov«
of sale contained in that certain ie-i
if tru.it executed by Jumei A. Nodifer
on and wife Kva Rodger.son, bearing
late "I October !li lHl'.f, and recorder
in lliy public registry of Martin coun
ty in book A ut page WiW, -aid le#*i 1
il' tin t basing been given t" "'vaiv
tlio paymiMil of a certain lm#l of evei I
IMIO theeru itli, and the terms :ui ,
it ipul.it loin tlieiciii contained not huv I
aiK been eoinpliod with «ui4 ut the re
,uest of the ho!del ol .->tud bond/, tht
inli'i trustee will on the 2."rd-
Itt'y ol IXfcepibor ut V£ o'clock M. at
tlio house itoor of Martin
\j ut Williamiton, N. (•, otfei fur suli
to the highe t bidder for cu>h tin
flawing described pro|»erty, to wit
That certain tract of land l/L'tg
aiel U-fiMf in Hour townahip
Martin county, North Can.Una »nil
bounded i>n the north by me audi ol
Will hnoxf~ofi ea.it bv tlfr lainb
af Claude Lee; on the amitli by "Tht
A,4i|ey Muitlii l'Uwe' IUOI on Uie west
tlu; lands oi Joe RoiMr, contain
Uig one hundred tliiltvf t 1 V> I nciv:
H|"te oi l#«i und being the. same prem
U"W occupied by JfUneH Kg, Rod
Kund wi.'i b'vu Uo!g«l!-.iti
llil ■ the ii!HJ di.j i' - No\euit)ei' I.'**.
A. I'.. I»• AXIN'.i, I hitte«
NOTIC'K OF SALK
I'ndiii und by vntufl of the
of i ale contained in that ceit'iii «lw
of tnlst executed b> Hem j Denneti
are! wife to the undersignH 'rn.stci
urel Umring date of January il-t
lit I, and of rnoi] in b I t, at
pagi 4n& of tin Martin C\ u it> pul
In said ik-ed ot tri.st huv
nil; I« «II KI»EN to .serure payniefvl ut
:eii,..' note of even duto ihmeviith
.mil the terms and tontltU#W .beunfc:
mt rutin# i«.mplie>t with, .ma
.it in iequeet of tha b/tiJfr I>i .11.
not, the und.ii r'g'ird wll' 01
Wednceduy &. i i»J y 4th, !?•*-';' 4>t
i'fi»:k A SI., i: tha lu i at Oul
fit ( r k (ily, N, C., #/:•»• f. i salt
at public auction to Lhr. higlie.it hil
der for cash the following' describe'
property, to wit:
Reing uU of Lot No. 8, iii klmk fc.
also ull of fct No. 9 in block K sit
uuted along the ACL ruilwiiiV in tht
town of Oak City,- N. C.
This 2!ith day of November J 1)2 1.
T. B. SLADE, JR., Trustc
WANTED: ROOM AND HOARD IN
private family '"J. R. J." rare En
t rprtoe, >•_ •
>t your next supply of coal from
i;ij Gvijgftrius & SonJ 4--,
When a merchant adffcitiaen his own
poods h/> experts to l.r'nt P*op'o to
ti*v*. He is not selfiah. He know',
that others will get part of the ben
•At r '
IP TOU WANT QUICK
RESULTS USB A If ANT
AD IN WE ENTERPRISE
Tobago iturn for November jbow
wiu* range* ui prim m sa*torn Gar
oiiua;. Goid»buro, the lowest at 17.68
uad Farmvlll# the highest at 34.64,
whch nearly doubles rh-.- GodLaboi*
Ihe markets in the range of oux
uwn peple dhow QreefrviUe flrat *
31.28; WilUxnJton, .eco&il at 29.70;
Ilobe.r*onville, third at 89.60; Waafe-
WKtpn, fourth at 25.W and Tajboro,
til tii at 2i60 W Lndeek .jixth at
tha tthe former whi) dialed Me
to CrvtvivUie bfeconly gxiUee
u ivnt and 4 b-iK ittore tor hia (a
batxo, not enAmh ui justify him for
hi.s trouble 4TU
Greaaville may have beeo
raided end the WilUarmton avenge
lowered eb( uu i» a muny farmers
kav« been ftiJeced to haul their beat
grade* to Greenville and sell the tow
tvl ip-ades fn Will lam sti>n, becatwe it
would nnt pay to haul eoounon
so fur. In cwipsuiaoQ with tha Wash
intftoa uiarbrt William iton paid mow
tlian four cent.4 a pound more tot
foibuceo than the VV* .faingfr-fHi maiiet.
Yet* Washington ti hailed by some a*
u better marked
'I here are two kimJ.s of propaganda
that tend to bwst any kind of nur>
-k&i—Qua n tin* prlew in pul.t
tUo other is paid agencies or men that
are paid to boo-t:
Ahonkae • . «#.«O
En#eld . 2405
Farniville . v . ; 34.64
GqMaboiv . 17.53
>i%aivilk» .... 31.28
I-a Grange. „ 17.71
New Berii . 22.G1
Robersonville ... v 29.60
Rocky Mount 26.8(1
Spring Hope 28.65
Tarboro ...fgp...... J2.60
Vaneebom • —- v - 29.60
W'a.Hhingt«m _ , A 26.65
Wiliiam.ston - 29.70
Wibon . ..... 29.40
j Windsor 21.59
NOTICE OF SL4LE
I l. ndei and by virtue of the pofear
of .*ile contained iti ibat certain dead
uf trust made und e-wcuted by Mamia
i'lice to the underlined trustee and
ttearing date uf August 15th, 1918,
and of reconi Lu I took A-2, paga 184
oi the Mart in County public registry t
H«id deed u ftru.st having baen given
to aoi ure meiit of cvrtain |otn
of even .late and the teima
wild conditiuOo UieioJu iit>t having baeo
Coiupiled witii ii*l it tti—
Uiu holiler of »aid note a, #ie
tiikstea will o ntke 28th day
uf iJectanbar, ll>2i, ut U:00 o'colek M.
ut Uie coin t huQw; door in Martin (aw
(>', ut WiUianidton, N C, offer for mU
ut puUic miction U tlie highest bid
tlur ti.j t cii.li the following iWwtthod
lii\>l>erl,T, to wit:
I Hut certain pui eel or tract of loifll,
l)in u;inJ in Martin County, b*-
HUuUau ut u at oka, Laetuia u *H'r"nV
cum% m Uve north aide ut the WU
iiuiustaa ami Washington road, amu
t' D WtMS retddeuce nod from whleti
point Uw Chimney at tha wit tod Ct
iuid hutus t«*.j i N. SH 1-4 £.; theaoa
O.lil fc.'. (A w it Mm at tk*
wiutliwest conic* ot the graveyard;
thence VI oast 7 1-3 pole* to a tak>;
•hwuv S. 04 K. 16 pules to a etaha
near u pcrstnuuon tree; thence 28
(Writ 32 H«*s to u U>o4 ta the dltH#
io an iiwn post; thence westerly kloa|
u Uu«- at' marked Ue«s to Ufa Kaad
I mill pond run, to J. E Greeo'e ootMr
oi- line to the VV'illiem*toti and Wadfc
iugi>n toad; thence aloog tha aald
Williuin.itoil aiui WnJiißgtni) rua4 ta i
the begin In*. containing forty-three
(43) acres more a ilesj, for further
Utle übovn referred to deediaf
trust und deed from Luanda Hud** I
n> J- H 1). Price.
This 2tith day of November, 1921
0. D. STALLS, Traataa.
Having qualified as administrator af .
tha estate of Susan J. Tettarton, da*
ceased, late of ashington County, 14. |
C., thi.s is to notify all peaiana bur
in? claim viifuinKt tha estate af Mid
deceased to exhibit them to tha A
dersigncd on or before the lit dty
of January, 1923, or thin notiea will
be plaod in bar or their recovery. |
This 13th day of December, Ittl.
E, W. TETTERTOM,
Administrator of Suaan J. Turtar
ton, Plymouth, N. C. 11. V A«sUa, 3
i > ■ . ■ ■ i ■ i ■ m
FOR SALE: H066, GOOD CONDI-
Uon to §p into peanut AaUfc tffe.
12 l-2c and 18c. J B %erry aa#
Bro. Phone «, William**, NC, St j
Mail Tour FMh^M