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>•'i*ic~ in ; ears, was the election of
i 'ii:. Wilson, without the New
Y k vote
j!i>t a- Si up a» inone> talks in elec
i:»r.' we vil: ha\e political graft
»'. • i n' v, lio nut .-'inell the oil every
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.\ty.ipne a leg interest makes big
l-' c '• buttons. :»J 1 its proper
' at i nee confiscated and
!'• , i ijji.int funds, because
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int 1 , the Atlantic and the
i.,ie'i"i' if the town
■  in. ' th- ago ordinances
n'i luring all sheds to be
. . n Main street ai.d brick
• . , ..ireil where the wood
t.i'.'i The sheds hu\e ibsup
,t t i a the lii ck columns will
■ « o> i now standing.
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• i.. . vie «ll have a stseetfl
j i' of C.iiflin was a
. . . ■ tin iiiniiiiin! to our
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. itm nf tlie power
ni i in thai certain deed
■ .iii.i executed hy Kason j
.. ie. ,1111.■ lliggs, to the j
i hi> !,e and heal ing t lie
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1 .-e:-t rv of Martin
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i the lei in.- and sppiJ
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aid note the under
t ■u . >•' ill on lue daj , the 4th
'HOOPING COUGH ~
No •YuiV— but help* to re-
I * tin *c iMioxysiiis ol coughing.
VICKS
V VapoRUB
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Car Load Trucks |
on the- way to my place. If you don't wait you can Ret yours out |j
• of this ear load. SI
Save time, save labor and save your mules' feet by placing* * jgj
vour order now. " §|
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B. R. Barnhill |
FORD PORDSON LINCOLN 1
li Vv'ILLIAMSTON, » ' NORTH CAROLINA 1
THE ENTERPRISE, WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
day of M.%rch 1924 at 12 o'clock M
in front of the Planters and Merchants
Bank in Everetts, North Carolina,
Martin County, offer for t>ale at public
auction to the highest bidder for Ciish
the following described tract or parcel
of land to-wit:
One-tenth undivided interest in
East by Tom Mills, on the South and
known as the Brown land, bound as
follows:
On the North by Tobe Page, on the
East by To mMills, on the South and
West by John Brown and containing
Sixty-eight (6») acrer more or less.
Thi- the 4tli day of February 1H24.
C. B. KlIil'ICK, Trustee.
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'I KI STICK'S SALE OF LANK
I 'nder and by virtue of the power
and authority conferred on the un
dersigned Trustee i- a certain deed of
trust Jated December, 29, 1915, ex
ecuted Ly Wiley Anthony and Wife,
to N. I!. Josey, Trustee, and which is
recorded in the olfice of the Register
of Dee 's of Martin County in Book,
I Ml, at page 12:1. and default having
been mule in the payment of the ia
■lebtednt -s thereby secured, I, the un
dersigned Trustee, will on Friday leb
i ruary, 29th, 1924. at one o'clock I'.
M., in front of the courthouse of Mar
io County, in the town of Williams
lon, N. C\, offer for sale at public
auction to .the highest bidder for cash,
the following real estate, situate in
Martin County, Stat OJ N'o'tn Caro
lina, and more particularly ik'cribed
as follows, to-wit:
FIJtST TKACT: That tract of land
known as the Curry land, adjoining
j the lands of George James, Wiley An
! tliony, and others, and being the same
land which was conveyed to Wiley
Anthony, by a l'aul Kitchin and
Claude Kitchin, containing thi/ty
three acres.
SECOND TRACT: That tract of
land known a.s the Kite land, adjoin-
TICKLIMG THROAT
Always an annoyance, worse "when
it afflicts yon at night. Yoa can
stop it (juicklv with
CHAMBERLAIN'S
COUGH REMEDY
Every user is a friend
Car Load Of 1 I
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L SHINGLES,
HULLS
AND MEAL
Tobacco Cloth and Wire Fencing Cheap for
the Cash.
WINDOWS, DOORS, BUILDING LIME
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AND PLASTER.
HURT OATS, Grown in Nevada.
SEED POTATOES, Main Grown.
C.D.Carstarphen & Co
WILLIAMSTON NORTH CAROLINA ;
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ing the above mentioned Curry hi ml, (
; E. F. Hyman Estate, and others, and
being the samp land which wan con-
I .eyed to Wiley Anthony by Henry 'I
[ Kite, containing thirty- seven ac;e?
i more or less.
THIRD TRACT: That tract of land
L known as a part of the E. P. Hyman
I land, adjoining the lands of R. J.
Shields, E. t'. Hyman oth
ers, and being the same land which
was conveyed to Wiley Anthony by It.
I I*. Hyman, containing twenty six
, acres, more or less.
This the 29th, day of January'. 1924
N. H. JOSEY,
Trustee.
C. Leggett, Attorney.
' NOTICE OF SALE OF REAI.
ESTATE
' I'nder and by virtue of the powei
. of sale contained in a certain deed of I
trust executed to the undersigned
trustee by Herman Hodges on thf Ist
' day of Dec. 1917 which said deed of
* trust is of record in the public registry
1 of Martin County in F.ook O-l at patje
'' 477, said deed of trust havjijg been
* given for the purpose of securing ee . -
tain notes of even date and tenor there
with, and default having been made i
i the payment of the indebtedness the 
by'secured p.nd the stipulations con
'aincd in the said deed if trust not
having been complied with and at th«
c request of the holder of the said note
' he undersigned trustee will on Mon
' lay the loth day of Mi'.rch, 19'Jl a
12 o'clock M. in front of the court |
' house door in the town of Williamston I
N'orth Carolina, offer at public sal*
to the highest bidder for cash at pub
' lie auction the following describe,
real estate, to wit:
on the county road lead
' ing from Everetts to Williamston, |
' North Carolina on the South side o
•he said road opposite Marshall
Cherry's corner, which is the South
'easterly corner of his homeplact
thence Southward with said Cherry'
line to the county home lir.e thenc
Eastwardly with the said county hom
ine far enough so that a parallel lin
with the first line back to the Willi
imston and Everetts county road wi
'ake on or include one half of th
'mid deeded to said It J. Feel b
Marshall Cherry and J 'i. (lodar
containing by estimation 18 acres
more or less and -being the same
j premises this day sold _ said Hodges
lby said Feel.
Thi. the 6th day of Feb. 1924. |
B. DUKE CRITCHER, Trustee.
Martin and Feel, Atty'is. j 2-12-4t
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ES
TATE
Coder and by virtue of the power of
sale contained in a certain deed of
trust executed to the undersigned
trustee by Fannie Lyon and John
Thomas Hardison on the 4th day of
Feb. 1922 which said deed of trust
is of record in the public registry of
A A MI
Quality
FERTILIZERS
Make crops bigger and better; make them
cost less—whether you buy them under the
A A C Brand, or under any of the familiar
names associated with this great organization.
THE AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL COMPANY
NORFOLK SALES DEPARTMENT
■ NORFOLK, VIRGINIA I
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Our Purchasing: A c ents, Mr s. Anna Harrison and Mr. T. F.
Harrison are now in New York buying- a complete Spring and
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Rummer Line of Ready-to-Wear and Millinery.
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Come in and see the New goods that are arriving dailv. I
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I Harrison Bros. &C& i
COME AND SEE IS ALL WE ASK
WILUAMSTON'S LARGEST DEPARTM ENT STORE J
Martin County in Book U-l at page
28;;, said deed of trust securing cer
tain notes of even date and tenor
jteror therewith and the s'ipulations
'contained in the said deed if trust rot
having been complied with ar! at the
request of tiie holder of the said notes
the undersigned trustee will on the
10th day of March, 1924 ct 12 o'clock
M. in front of the courthouse door in
the t'wn of Williamston, N'orth Caro
lina, offer for sale to the highest bid
der for cash the following described
real estate, to-wit:
Situate in Williams Township, said
county and state, beginning in the
run of Bulberry Branch at mouth of a
small branch, running down Mulberry
Branch-about 200 yards to the mout i
of another small !reai. 1
said drean a of mrikeo
the old Yates and r ?Ard' ei; line, >•• •>
at two pines, thence pjong I e c '
• Yates line to the mou hof t' .■fp )
diune corner in a poet, tlsei.rt d \ f
• said drane to first station in Multer , \
: Branch, containing 10 acres more c.
i less and being the same land a~d
premises deeded to Wh'tme' Ha - disci
• by Levi Hardison said deed ' n-» «■
I record in Book —2 at page I ' T1
deed conveys our 4-9 u -tl'v';
I terest ip the above describes • d
> This ihe 6th day of Fr-b.
, ELBERT S. FEEL. T
Martin and Peel. Atty's. 2-l_-
    

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