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JONG UOOD TO WILUAMSrrON THIS BKASAON
BOOK mm & C WILL
Of A BODY, SEPT. 2*
Wmtteop Cdkar Gins and C.tim
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' CHARLOTTE, Kept. 22.—Rock Hill
S. C, dtisra- will take Charlotte b>
storm on Sodh Carolina day. W«l
nesday, 28, at the Made I>
Carolinae exposition which opens L
this city Monday. Septmfaer 24, and
continues for two weeks until Octo
ber i Charlotte and the exposition
will be completely taken over by 2.
600 to XJtOO ritixens of Koek Hill, tlx
Wmthrop cdhge girls and high school
student* of the Sooth Carolina ct>
I who are coming to the city to how
I tha pa op la at North and South Caro
Jiaa how proud they are of their hem>
Rock HilTs plans for South Caro l
na day al the exposition were ar
■mm (11 last night by J. C Robertson,
(dd director of the Made In Canoli
nas i ipositiim who has just return
ed from conferences with the Rock
Hill Chamber of commerce and allie
civic Mganizntion&. President Joh»
son of Wintbrop coller*" the Rock Hil
Chamber of lomrf rrr, and mem be?
of tho city's civic dubs, and the prir
cipals of th* city schools, have joine
Seoth Carolina day at the e* pant lot
too liigin' boost for Rock ilUl rw
t" e ttir Eg South Carotins itf n
A special train filled with citizens
of Rock Hill will Inre for ChsrVtr
at 1 o'clock. Wednesday, Septembet
ftS, a wiving here about an hour liter
A little earlier in the day, several
bandied automobile* will start for
Charlotte. The IravelerTon the train
and the automobiluts will Meet at u
designated point ia Charlotte, aim
h—d—i by a number of Anderson au
tomobiles (Rock Hill products I filled
with the prettiest girls from Winthrop
college, and witih a brass bind in
the Wad. march in a bojjr to uk flit
portion. Everybody (.»« Rock lid
vuiting the exposition on South Car
otin- day will be ia this
it is stated, and It i» expected tha
the delegation will be composed ot
*|dly 3JM persona
Looks like the price of coal wid
be higher '!»»« winter, but if we don't
like it we can lump it
Some faiks fas=. about the niunbei
of calories ia their food, bat what
worries ths mat of us is tho short
age of cants in a dollar.
Gorman is being advised to settle
her trouble t with France on a busi
ness but is uhable '•» Me what
business fiance ha> ia the Ruhr.
Buying q good new suit of
cloths is not an expense; it is
~ an investment—and a goob
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GOOD CLOTHES COST BUT LITTLE MOKE THAN
POOR OJOTHES. THEY WEAK UMCEK AND LOOK
WELL ALL THE TIME.
Come in and let us slip a new
suit on you;
I FEEL THE GOOD MATERIALS AND LEAKS OCR VERY
REASONARLE PRICE. I „ ,
YOC WIL-RIY AND RE SATIS- FIED. TRY IT.
WE SEIX. GOOD GOODS; WE PRICE
x THEM RIGHT
W. R. Orjeans
SPRINKLE SOME GOOD
GRASS SEED ON YOUR
LAWN THIS PALL
RALEKH. Sept. tL— lt is always
wise to aow aome good grasl seee
ia the lawn each fall even though
there ■ a fair stand of grass. Th
reason for this is explained by P. .L"
McCall, garden specialist for the Stai
college and defartment of agi kullurv
who says, "Sonne of the graces are
hirtmials, or lhre only two years, ami
if kept closely cat. they fail to re
seed and die Most annual grac 1
are green only in th* summer. >
lawn grass seed containing good
centages of Kentucky blue grtso ar
Italian rye grass are own new, a gooi
green lawn May bo had all win
and next spring. These grasses ma;
burn oat during the hot • «iminer, s I
if Bunnuda grass is also planted, f I
good lawn may be had the whole yea |
"The v»ry thai) and wet place
or even the ven dry spot.-* in the law;
may need some different vaiieties «
grass needs to make these spot i greet
Wood meadow grass, creeping ber
Rhode Island bent or fall fe rue, a>'
do well under considerable shanle; do
tail red fescue and yellow o.
do well in the very dry situi
tions and canary gram should be ii
use in the wet places."
Mr. McCall states that the ne
lawn should br clipped often but net
er closer than three inches and thr
all grasse do be*t on a moderate
henvy dny loam* heavily limed.
NOTICE OF SALE
littler and by virtue of the powei
of sal* contained ia a certain dee
of trust executed to the undersignet
trustee by Julius & Peel on June 1
1918, securing certain notes of evei
dale aad tenor therewith, and regis
tered ia the public registry of Mar
tin county in book C-l at page 25.'
and default having been made in tht
payment of the said indebted nes
therein secured, and the .stipulation
contained in the said deed of tiu>
not having been complied with and a
the request of the bolder of the safe
note-, tie undersigned trustee will oi
the 9th day of October, 1925, at 1
o'clock M-. in front of the court huus
door in tha town of Williamson, K
C, offer for sale to the highest bio
der for cash, at public auction, 11.
following deexcriLed real estate, to
i lieing all that certain tract or par
eel of land lying and beiag in Wil
ham.-ton township, Martin county, N
C., containing SSI acres bounded on
the north by lands of A William .
aid J. N. Hopkiaa, on the south b.
lands of J. N. Hopkins, Mrs. J. 11
Haidison, the Riddick lands and Wil
watMi and Jassesville road, and oi
the wpit by r. 11. Gndwm and J
H. Mir ell, and being the same lan
k aow ii as Riddick farm.
This the SN dhy of September, 1923
W. C, MANNING.
All automobiles Ukd mtoor tracks
owned by persons living within the
corporate taut* of the Town of Wil
liamston, N. C, are repaired to have
a license tag.
These tag- can be obtained as !k
mayor's office by paying a fee of ene
By order of the Town Commission
J. L. II ASS I-J..
IN THE SUPREME COURT
S. G. Pittman, P. R. Pittman, Robert
Pittmaa, Fannie Pittman, May Par
ker, and her hu.hand. P. E. Parkei.
Frank Williams and Man William*
and Man' King Williams, widow ol
ltynum William* defendanU.
The defendants Frank Williams, an
Mary William*, and Mary Kin* Wil
lijuris, widow of Byaum Wil.iams, yoi
ui.l each of you will take notice that
in art ion entitled as above has bee
ronnnenced in the superiot court .
Martin county, North Carolina, to .el
-eitain lands situate in the town o
Hamilton, N. C. for partition, ir
wh ch you and the plaintiffs are tea
ints in common; and you and ear 1
of you will further take notice tha
you are required to appear at tin
office of the Clerk of the Superior
court of Martin county, in the court
house in tha town of Willlamrton. N
C, on he 22nd day of October. 192
and answer or demur to the petition
A led in thh» action, or the plaintiff
will apply to the court for the re
relief demanded ia said complaint.
R. J. PEEL.
Clerk of the Superior Court
This l««h day of Sept.. 1928
H. G. Harrington,
9-21-4t Attorney for Plaintiffs.
A Oood Thing - DOST MIU R.
Hand your aaae and addnm piahO*
written tagethfe with temUlaadthfa
dip) to Cli ■ ■b»rhln Modicia. Os, Du
Moiaaa, loww, aai imin ia ntam a
trial wtiip smkdaiaa (lndlshM
thega giaily he si»|,
branchial, *hT mi «1 |h» «I|K
sad Ucklin Umt (>■■> ulifs's Buns-
KkiadUtwMUhr il n* bes
bK paiasthst osamd
the heart, liliiamws and u ■ilifilin;
Chassberiaiw'a Kale*, aasdsd ia wwy
family for b—s. said* S'"*S P"H
mi akia aftefam thma ealmd family
Wanted IUtjBOO pounds of acrar
Tho Fanners Warehouse, Williams
ton, N. C. " '
NEW PAU. COATS
for women and mis
ses in all the wanted
goods and styles at
Washington, N. C.
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Ir 4 %
YOUR EYES! DO
They Give Trouble?
DR. HOWARD SMITH
The Eye Sperfalkt of Moaroe,
N. C wfll he at our stoje
Sept 27th and 28th
A Uwioask eiuMMtte of
your eyes free of chuit, aad
Glasses Fitted to uf style mi
frame at a ReoaoaaMe Price.
pBMKMMHI THE DATE.
SEPTEMRER 27TH AND Ml H.
Bell Jewelry Co.
WASHINGTON. N. C.
-■■ . ■ •
Hariac qnliM as wtoartnUr «•
the estate of Mary buly llsidieoa,
luinC late «f Haiti, coanty, North
Carabaa, this la to aotify all perooe*
kaviac daises agaiest the said estate
withia one year fuse tha date of thh
■erica, se this eaHra ha ftada)
indebted to the satdTastote will please
This the IJth day ef »■«—■* IT
W. R. iUKMNGTON^
THE ENTERPRISER WflEamston, N. C
Watcfc-Yoor Pocket Booh!!
mnWCW Illustration describes how to make
Tn&W L&M SEMI-PASTE PAINT
- .. . &nc to assure longest years of
wear. as proven by SO years of
» ah * il * 1 iunMipij utmost satisfactory use.
iwrmi-u— in Semi-Paste form, and therefore I
TOO mix S quart* of Linseed Oil into t-ach gallon, and »r~
make lh gallons Pure Paint for s2.f£2 per gallon.
SALSBITRY-JOHNSON (X)., Inc., Hamilton, N. C.
TAX FREE IN VIRGINIA AND FXKMPT FROM NORMAL
FEDERAL INCOME TAX
INVEST IN A HOMK ENTERPRISE!
$250,000.00 WORTH OF I
D. PENDER GROCERY CO.'S
7 Per Cent. Preferred Stock
Participating Up to 8 I'er Cent
■ • $ 10() Per Share 1
WENT ON SALE MONDAY, SEPTEMBE R 24TH, AT OUR OFFICE OR AT YOUR
Not* b*lam It* -titrmeal which ht- Keen audited l>y A. 1. ee Kuwlinir* & Co., ctrtifirl public accountants. *
Statement of Earnings, By Periods, F roni January 1, 1915 to June 30, 123:
K« Profits Net Profits
* " before lifter
and •' * • al "'
Year Net Sale- Federal Yaxe.- Depreciation Federal Taxes Federal Taxei
191 St y71.712.7l * I :«,4lii4!> * 9,981.80 $ 261,67 $ 2fi.lC7.fti
I9IC 1,124.942.71 8,271.A0 8,271.5(1 771.97 4;.,027 7* i |
IM7 1,731,932X7 95,K83.9« 8,899.:; 32,257.38 54,727.84
1918 3,457.252 ; 36 159,496.45 20,6:16.58 53,954.40 64.905 47
1919* «a 34.580.32 10,239.35 1,654.09 22.6K6.hH
182 M 4,179,955-41 - 32,313.21 8,728.91 8,636.51
IM3 - ft.U5.237.2-~> 213,(#5.47 . 51.470.58 21,324.93 140,285.06
Total ' _ «27jC19A|3>l 1962,037.21 $862,037,21 * $213,492.15 $« 19,871.20 I
"Brpir rut mi moaths' period tidM June 30, 1919, from which «late (he operations are for the fis al year eudinjr June
We aril %«u to buy this .-lock for two nighty pood reawm:
Ist: SOUNDNESS OF INVESTMENT.
2ad: WE WANT YOU AS A PARTNER ——
A CHAIN CONSISTING OF ISC ECONOMY CASH AN I» CAKKY f.KIM I KY MTOES, INCLUDING 17 PIGGLY WIGG
SI jo wag effect of S3SOjDU«JOU pMfMei M>ue as of June li ■ 1 '..
30th. e*d of Ibeal year: - V . g .
Assets $1,097,581.47 P ERSON AL
liabilities _ _ 105.526.83 "
Assets Over Liabilities $ 992,054.64
After 25 years' effort to make the
CAITTAL 11 l>. P. Grocery Co., what it k today, I
* Common Stock _ 500,000.00 „ lam offeri,,K to the pub,ic a |,^efe,Te,
_ . n . - OCA AArt aa stoc kissue which is preferred to the
lYefered Stock 2j0,000.«H> Camm „„ wteh OWNED b) , MV .
Slrplus ...... _ , II SBLF.
. D. PENDER.
- $992,054.64 I==^========
GOULD YOU INVES IN A SAFER PROPOSITION?
Applications will be furnished and s übscriptions received at the main office
D. PENDER GROCERY COMPANY
, NORFOLK. VIRGINIA
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
v FOB HIGH PRICES SELL
Thursday, Friday, '»
FAIR WEEK WILL BE OBSERVED BY IME ROCKY
MOI NT "MERCHANTS AS SI BI RBAN WEEK.
EVERY DAY A BIG DAY
! Agricultnral and live Stock Exhibits
Fire Works Every Night
FREE ACTS EACH DAY
Parade on Wednesday Morning During
Norman Y. ChamblisS, P. C. Shore,
ROCKY MOUNT, N. C.
,TKLL THEM THROUGH THE ENTERPRISE
BAOCO AT THIS NABUI