North Carolina Newspapers

    ;HE ENTERPRISE
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W. C MANNING.
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W. C. MANNING. JR. . ..BUS. MGR.
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(Strictly Caah Id Advance)
1 yanr - SIXO
C Booths -80
t Months -45
ffufri i I at tha PMt Office at WJI
- North Carolina a* aecond-
TI'ESDAY. MARCH 18. 1924
TVp farmers of America produced
in the year 1928 crops valued fit
STJOOjOW'.OOO. The.sc crops leave the
farmers anc return to them and all
other people at a cost of $22,000,000 -
rtuO. Practically every phase of bus
i as# in America hinge.- on one pivW.
The farmer.; repeating the very same
coarse he folk wed lf.st year, that is
he gwfc- »© the soil ai d sows He must
ssur ir. stood ground,, lie must not a'-
Utm the weeds "o choke his crops He
mass be diligent, plant, till anil hou-e
er the world starves.
Wiu! «oiLi tiappe if every fnrtr
er sru!-i change his business, grind
his ee- corn and plant no more. and
let the earth lest for a .-oa--l»n ? V\ here
wunij we he at the of the year ? I
Wne-* would prosperity reign? Who j
vjuhi survive"
Now. wher, we view the great
p"i-hier» of life and see tiiat our
wealth, ihii Jj«a»lUi ami cur plesi. ure
depend up--! the wiilt* guess of :•
cias-* people • umber ing less
than ore 'third of out population '.a
agu.r P~ ir 'he fields and face J
•he bni lutt'w o f t-i e season> a'idj
» rk aril-' the many ditacult ies |
wr acfc beset Them in the r effort# ' o
"p— *** hll the chan els of cnnnli rcf
le sitpjiy f»«] and raiment for 'he (
ra-e. whzt atti uile siioulil we take?
Shouad we follow the course o" nuik
irg the way ex'remel) hard and urt
eerta-r 'er him by |iu ti: g credit so.
far above hi.- reach, that if he sue- .
tee-fc- .n gettitig it he will be - so'
•straE ■#*£ that h«' can never regain his
sine trth* Should prices In*
nir so high "iiat jhis abilr'y t pur
chase av.ul him the orilinary
ikws j>f bfe. 6
U «o»t of tl« Are we all
woaxler lag-? \es. o i two f»" i t>. first-,
what (ill me ge from our latnl and
hen niiirti will »e get for wha' \ve ■
» * Ti/e sia' if ,'Ui »i , ile- j
j •t? - much a.- three important J
t«of t- v« o which we cannot and i
B -! fcK.4 cvntrul. tii*," !s the seasons, j
Of c*ist#e he poorer the farmer, the
w»rs« "fee "Is affected h> bud seasons |
and «-rvp faiitsie? are nearly always:
rrv«orv to the man atul *t j
* itjt L>i aret sea-on*. The other j
twv grea* factor* in production are: i
hjw maris ifee farmer does and how ,
ncß fe? .>*s it That is the mii.'s,
bn»ires.- arrf he lias not other to fault j
for fasltue
Ir. ter of the prke of the i
"r«%i«ee« crop.- there are three fol- ,
1 tt... trst. ti* fellow who produces i
Ke s s*ii s* a lamb, dumb before his
- Nearer After lie produces- his crops
be does riot piKf ihein, he turns their,
ivet J* the buyer or his agent he of
course :eiei see.- th» teal buyer, the
mi. he arsd.turni his goods over
to it a —' -»*- aho chums him on one
iiih a2«i chii *, the other fellow on
the ««her muc, the seller may hunch
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"the buyer ami sai}, do your best, h.iw
ever the pore is made by the buyer,
be is, *f course, clever enough to pat
the fanner on the hack and tell him
fcav he had strained the marker for
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The ma«»il fetlop He i* is wh i th'>
pie limn tee- He occupies oly a
anO ficU in the realm of life. He
teh in a place where he mee s the
t a»u mad npiaiiir'i the buyer. He
Mats «• da h*K things and does
hrdv mil bat kit is a pretty
Ml Mi he has few advantages.
Tbe nlj pniiUgm he has is to drop
the just a bit from tha buyer to
the farmer and lookout for his ow-n
in both grading and weighing "The
go betwee-The |eliow who takes
the farmer's goods and turns them
over to the real buver don't eet verv
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.much, just enough for a fair living 'o
boost the method and crave another
chance. He is a fellow that wa t r the
farmer to sell just before it goes up,
and while in transit let the price hit
the sky. He rometimes calls himse!f
jt he speculator.
The third fellow lukes these pro
\
ducts and carries them to the fellow
I that uses that is eats and wears thc-m
'and charges him $22,000,(100,000 fc.
jthem. Farmers if you would
, y ur fate this fall see this fellow, he
car tell you uhout prices. It depends
'on h s sate o f mind. Last year .he was
i
geneicus with the farmer. He said
' there shall he a good price for cot-
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.ten, peanuts and tobacco, and. the*
I Car Load Trucks!
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on the way to my i)lace. If you don't wait you can get yours out % fji
&: of this car load. , . 3$
jj| $t
Save time, save labor and save vour muloa 4 feet by placing |ji
0); your order now.
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I B. R. Barnhill f
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® FORD FORDSON - LINCOLN
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£ WILLIAMSTON, NORTH CAROLINA fe
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I SPRING TIME
AT OUR STORE
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; When You come in our store and see so many Spring* Hats, Coats jj E :
I Dresses, Sweaters, Oxford Hosiery and all kinds of spring good: i| I
and to see the new bright colors, why it makes you feel as if Spring 1.1
is here. - ' ,
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W6 have never before ha;! such a large assortment to show !
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! you as we now have and we would be glad to have you come in and i
look over this assortment of new spring goods.
Harrison' Bros. &Co |
Ir ' COME AND SEE IS ALL WE ASK ' " ' '
WILLIAMSTON'S LAKCJFST .DKPARTMENT'STORE
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wa*. It was impossible to "glut" the i
market, w mething, quite ur usual, a |
principal which had never prevai.ed 1
before, at least in the memory of this
generation. It must be remembered,
too, that no new supply of these cropß
has been- found, no more than were an
titipated last fall, then why a 6c drop
in cotton?
Who dropped the market? It is i
supposed it was a Palm Beach party
that lowered the price of cotton.
They apparently think the life of the ,
cotton exchange is gore if the cot
tor. association prospers. So then a
good way to kill it is to pay high
prices in October, November and De- ■
cember and then let the association
face a depressed market. One thing
su'-e the'farmer has something to
i
figh' beside the floods and the storms j
and the pests he has the fellow look- ,
ing on who wats more out of his j
!al; r than he is getting himself. That i
is the fellow who needs attention.
WANTED TO KENT A HOUSE
with eight or ten rooms. Good lo
cation and near (he Monticello Cafe.
Apply to the Monticello Cafe..
GOOD FOUR ROOM HOUSE WELL
located, water and lights for sale.
Cheap and easy terms. See W. C.'
Manning. 2-26tf
Don't forget to vote when ycu make
a purchase. A ten cent purchase calls
for terv votes, SI.OO purchas for 100.
NOTICE OF RESALE
; Notice is hereby given that uwler
und~i>y virtue of the power of sale
contained in that certain deed of tiust
executed by J. T. James to the under
signed Trustee, beaing the date of
January Ist 1919, and of record in
the Public Registry of Martin County
HOW'S THIS?
HAU'I CATAHRH ■EUICIHB will
do what we claim for it—rld>your system
of Catarrh or Deafness caused by
Catarrh.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con
sists of an Ointment which Quickly
Relieved the catarrhal Inflammation, and
the Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which
act* through the Blood on the Mucous
Surta' es, thus restoring normal condi
tions. •
Sold oy druggists for over 40 Tears. *
F. J Cheney A Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
• in Book U-l- at page 128, the ur.der
! signed Trustee did on the 4th day of
! February 1924 at the Courthouse Door.
' |of Martin County expose the herein
| afterdescribed lands for sale, and the
.: bid having been raised within the time
prescribed by law, and in a manner
required by law, and under an order
of re-sale, the undersigned Trustee
; will on Monday the 10th day of
March 1924 at 12 o'clock M., in front
of the Courthouse Door of Martin
County, Williamston, N. C., again of
fer the lands hereinafter described to
the highest bidder, at public auction,
for cash.
The said tract, being -that certain
tract or parrel of land ih Maittn Coun
ty, State aforesaid, beginning at the
Mouth of a ditch on the Wild Cat
Road; runs thence along said ditch.
N 42 1-2 E 109 poles; thence N
20 3-4 E 6 poles'to a stake; thence
N 4 1-2 E 123 poles along a line of
marked trees to the run of Everetts J
Swamp at a stake, a corner; thence
down the swamp to Bpaver Dam |
Swamp; thence up Beaver Dam)
Swamp to the mouth of a small j
branch nea rthe Spring; thence along (
J. E. Barnhill's line to the Wild Cat
Road; thence along said Road to the
beginning. Containing ONE HUN
DRED TEN (110) acres, more or
A Good Tliius - J-O.N 'J 911HH 11. |
Benl vour name and address plainly
wrinrn together with 6 cents (and this
(lip) to Chamberlain Medicine Co., Dec ,
Moines, lowa, and receive in return a
trial package containing Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for oojgln, colds, croup, 1 
bronchial, "flu" and whooping coughs, f
and tickling throat: Chamberlaii.'t fitoas- J j
•ch and Liver Tablets idt stomach trou- 1
blee, indigestion, gsiwj psins that crowi '
the heart, biliousness and constipation;
Chamberlain's Halve, needed -"in every I j
(auiily for burns, scalds, wounds, piles, 1
and skin affections; these valued family
■teduines for only 6 oenU. Don't miss ik ]
si^ dy $ 490 |
Ail All-Purpoee Truck At A Remarkable Prtee
The new Ford all-Mael body and cab mounted on the iamous Ford
One-Ton Truck chassis provide a complete all-purpose haul ace unit
at the remarkably low price oi $490.
Built of heavy sheet steel, strongly re-inforced, this staunch truck la
designed to withstand severe usage in a wide range of industries
Generous loading space, four feet by seven feet two inches, permits
easy handling oi capacity loads and provision Is also nudr iar
mounting of canopy top or screen sides.
Experienced drivers appreciate the weather-proof features aI the - -'I
•teel cab, which is fitted with removable door-opening curtain*.
(T) Detroit Michigan
See the Nearest Authorized, Ford Dealer
CARS • T MJCKS * TRACTOJCS -
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I Phillips Fertilizers 1
If FOR COTTON, 10-3*4, MUILIATE POTASH
>1 FOR PEANUTS, 8-1 1-&-4, SULPHATE POTASH (Genuine Ger- J
jS . man) - - # - a
| FOR TOBACCO, 8-3-5, SULPHATE POTASH, (Genuine German) |
WE REGISTER AND BUILD FIFTEEN BRANDS OF FER- j
|§ TILIZER. . ~ ,
| "Quality First" Our Motto j
THE BEST IS NONE TO GOOD. . j
j! Phillips Fertilizer Co. I
j| WASHINGTON s NORTH CAROLINA i
I>i P- S. Come to our factory and see ou rmaterials and goods in the 3
making.
'«««• 1 A. R- DUNKDir Wee.
This the 20th day of February 1924.1 2-26-2t
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than 30 years ago
Onereaeon ctocreti Is used mo >iriij liiij hil
*7PM of construction from iin»illi A
from ga to enormous industrial plants, la the
fact that Portland Cement actually casts lass tkaa
It did thirty years ago. (
The Atlas rotary kiln, daily pawdnc^*asmachaatb*
old-time kiln did in one was the taatat
single factor la assuring this dmfamk
And your building material dealer, the tsh dis
tributing channel between Atlas and yon. ——
distribution economy. He knows IsMtaa and
building materials. He caa help yon.
• I ATLAS|
1 IPODTL/mD CEMBIIt— 1
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Cancers Successfully Treated at Kellam Hospital
The Kellam Hospital treats successfully Centres, Tumors, Ulcers, X Ray
Hums and Chronic Sores without the use of tfce knife, X-Ray, Radium.
Acids or Serum, and we have created successfully over 90 per cent of the
>m*ny hundreds of sufferers treated during *he pvt twenty-three years
KELLAM HOSPITAL, IKC
1617 West Main Street Richmond, Virginia.
    

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