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roc HIGH nut ? _ .mn TOBACCO AT THIS MAKKKT
I THE DIXIE WAREHOUSE IS LEADING
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THE Wll IIAMSTON MARKET with 5 00,000 POUNDS SOLD to DATE
ALL GRADES ARE SELLING AS HIGH
as on any other market in North Carolina. > -]
\v e are dome our best on every pile of tobacco and are gOi n g to keep on working hard for our customers. Y our patronage is appreciated so
5 f \ou have not sold with us bring your next load to the Dixie Warehouse where you will get the highest prices market for every'pile- ;
MANGUM & TAYLOR Props.
COL HART SHEWMAKER Auctioneer
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J«*i a bal Good Car The materials and appoiatmcat* «.«4 in DCKANT Homed hotter. ait
a t«od as they are road li»i i»iu Qty the fnM upholstery pa—Ma is
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[ CHAMPION AUTO COMPANY
Minir ,k - s "• ,u "°" u; m " uim ™«»™. *- c
| it- jrue.sts ut Mrs. W. H. l;*
• > M MAY M£HT.
M M i I'evi LIAS bm or IFC>
!" irk !i . for the past f« » days.
1 y. a m:;ubt-r of pt'Oplf of thi>
L«! ki are a' U-I»lui|r !hf revival *r
i \ o- at \erno«. this »«-k
i i:. f'• ,i ? ( *» late for Kf*uy > J
>! ..,«i Mi s. 1». T. Culi'-n of Ivn.-
n„"n.t!' ju iit lite week etui here «ttl.
* - >ICuUtD was for B*t _•
SSLM 1, V PWLF. UJHT L>UI WT*
.rf-i'T I:i- t term of a' Fare
Ijf. school. Their many friends »>■"
Vla« f U luvp tin-in t«a> k ajraie.
V.t. altji Mr J l> »'.illrait, met*
* 'M* J'U' -T> "F MR AND MRS. J O. COL I
i,i,* ilufit)ii ii'flil unJ Sunday.
Mr. Al. Ulliaiti/Hii.l Mt>s Mams*
(lyil,. K 'lerMm of 1*1; mouth »«re it*
truest* Mi v I mime S u i. I
Mr. ; ,! Mrs J«» lloherson ami fam
»f Hi mnuth spent Su «•: * wt'l
- .an i Mr-. Vo.li It. KUW^MI
MI IM! Mr . ••■». Ic.jie-r e«
a immiiyr of friends Sut«
Mt> K. S. '•!«•> f |ieiit Mi*uta) , wilt
i.er Msli-r. Mrs. J I' MrielW.
Mr. :.u.i Mrs. J. I. ultram MK! fan
it* mtrrta'Wil it»! I*l\>.> front
on \\*n rut 'lay.
Mr I. r'urry r.(urnei 'rwn
\«.if. !l \\ • ir«- .ia> «ii. ri' Ke l-*.~ t»er
«,.r • if* s»V.IA: DAYS AWKLMR
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Mr. an«l Mr. J inif .V a Kwlx^w
ARXI MO. A. T. WHITLEY WERE IN HUB
|N>R.R« UR SEE MNR. W.
T. KOBEFVON, WHO UNRLERWEAT AAR I>P
.ERALRAA WEDNESDAY FOR APPENDICIUS.
JIBE. ALMA MIIELLE U*l LERWEJT •>?:
RRAUON AT THE WASHINGUW HOSPITAL
UENEXLAT. HER MANY FRIENDS WISH
HT-R A IFTEDY REWER)-.
MR. O. W. HAMILTON OF JAMESVI LE.
WA- HEIE TBURXIAX
A NUMBER OF FOLKS FROM THIS COM
jIT UNMY ARE ATTENDING THE REVIVAL -
JTAIMEW THIS- WEEK. MR. L'HILLIPE OF
J T V «-IETLS. IS COTRRLUCTING THE SERVICES,
(AND IS DRAWINIR LARPR CROWDS EACH
MT&S CARRIE IWIE MANNING WITH THE |
II I 1 »NRR OF SOME OF HER FRIENDS ARE
INREPARIRIR A PLAY TO BE JRIVEN SOME
TINT IN THE NEAR FUTURE. WE EXPECT
THE PLAY TO HE ONE OF THE BEST THA*
KV E*ER LICTN FNVEN IN THIS PART.
MR. JOHN A. HANLISON SAYS IT I
BETNNN:W«C TO JTET SOME KMESOME AR
TMIML 'l* OLD MILL,.SINCE HE IS THE ONL\
ONE THAT HAS BRER ON THE JOB FOR UM
PI4 FEW DAYS.
SL 'BSCKLBE TO THE ENTEUPSISF
IV. HAT DID FOM |D LOR yomr POTATO
C«»?- "A PAIN IN THE BACK"
1 »*■•>»• IV VFOATW. MI
THE ENTERPRISE, WflHamstan, N. C.
. LW/.ND KILL fix riKt
.1 IMPOSTS; «lIX ACT TO THE
DISADVANTAGE OF (I. S.
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Tin MMU M C»—to Mm
I Scafc OlWr wtr far lu
i Babbrr S«pfJj
WASHINGTON', Ser* 2L—Report.-
from 10fii tw Uw HT«ct thai tk
Enfiiak |mn>mn>t tonlanp'jlM if
vying an import tax om automobile
r tires brought forth the -Uiramt (as
, nigh from the vdkts «f H*n*y S
i Kiri 'ti that active wt as the Brit
is* |,II«I IHI ' I t» >a»d to be pianniri
>bould tpui tivt I ruled States to .
• greater seal than n*r ia thr progrui
"America ShuuM Produce Its Own
"Eagtaad already controls about 8!
MIL GOOD SALESMAN SAYS:
WE SELL GOOD GOODS;
WE rttMZ THEM RICH I .
W. B. OBLKANS
P»i«piim. N. C
I ST ATON Ginnery Now Ready I
| 1 have had my gin thoroughly overhauled and it is now in |
| first class condition and prepared to gin g
§ 40 BALES OF COTTON PER DA Y •jj
I No waiting for steam since the installation of an electric motor.
Bring me your cotton and it will be ginned quickly and satisfactory
I ily. . •; / ~ *
| I CAN FURNISH BAGGING AND TIES j
I can also furnish you with new 2 1-4.Hub Bagging and new Ar
row ties, at a reasonable price. My gin will now be in operation
every week day during the season.
I Highest Market prices paid for Cotten and seed. 1
I J. G. STATON I
| MOST MODERN GINNERY in this SECTION |
per cent of the world j supply o.
plantation rubber through «rnerJii|
■ of the plantations by British capita ,
( says the Firestone statement, "an.
i-aluraily dominates the situation.
Some months ago tho English colonial
ÜBce passed legislation restricting
production and exportation of crud.
rubber from iU colonies in the Fai
Kast, and soon after the pas uye
the law the price of rubber advanced
about 15 per cenL
"It is true rubber prices recede*'
somewuat several months later, bu
this wi !ue to smuggling and forjr
«d documents in the supply region -
and to the fact rubber growers win
secured (he legislation feared that the
rapid rise in price was anou lug Ux
strong public sentiment in Americi
against the act and that too high :
' cost at the present time might ha\
a tendency to forte a modification o
the law or even its repeal
"Yes, today, robber i* costing An
erican manufacturers about 10U pe
cent moW than the price prevailing a
the time the restriction law was en
"With a grip on production of t
crude rubber and a program con'en
| plating an import tax oa the (S 'ih
product, the English place America)
j manufacturers at s derided disadvsn
GOVERNORS ARE NOT
HELD IN THE HIGH ESTEEM
NOW AS IN THE PAH"
There was a day when it was grew
tw be governor, but now, alas! how
~ TO HICK PUCKS SKLL TOfTB TOBJhOOO AT TVS MAUET
3ad. It lined to be that g»««iao i j
were honored, but now, they are
folks. And, too, they do wrk rwim
ly strange things. Think of Govera
or J. C. Walton of Oklahoma; he has
brayed and brayed until yea caamot
tell what manner of animal he ia.
■ Some people inxit-t, however, thai
he is more than the common type «|
Aas, the cheap kind, that warn to
make a fuss and lolh of it ia the W
of notoriety. Otheers say he is he
;ng paid in advance to raise a raw
He is one of those fallows that Mte
do mistakes, but ha* the saperim
ability to And the mistakes of other*
Then the Indiana governor m bar
ing trouble; the refwrts- coming fra*
Bruno "Wh*t lime is 1I by Aat
dock?" Fids: *1 cat say. Ima
Cancers Successfully Treated at Kdlam Hospital
The Krllam Hospital (mil «wmfMy Cwcn. Thwi, liters, XRay
"•urns and Chwic Soics littrt the bm of tW kaift, X-Kay, «*—«•—
Acids or Seraa, and «t haw IwutoJ nc.v>M) «iw 90 per rart of tS
many hundreds of *«(tm Urttl «■ n t the pMI twenty-three years
Ha lf HOKPVTAU Ik.
*•l7 Weal Mai* Nlnrt ' f
hi* own frisads indicate that Govrra
• W- T. McCrae af tha' date will
! Expert Work -;!
Ila icfauad sheas. The Same
«**ef«l wash goes into a pair of
ehiTs shoes that we put into
*ke rhaes of the mat proauneot
mrm ■ »o>wa_ True- as the next
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