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•BOWMEN DATiONS FOB
MARTIN COUNTY ATHLETIC
(Continued fna page One)
Section i—lt shall be the duty of
the executive committee to outline,
—hjsct te meh restrictions as may be
pieced epon it by thiii constitution
the rales and regulations which shall
guv«u the various championship eon
test. to issue these rales in circular
forms and te exercise through prop- 1
erty delegated sab-committees, or con- '
test uwelltus el at which com
—ittsss shell the chairmen and sec re
tary of the Executive Commi'tce be
ex oAcio. They shall here general
supervisory powers over the various
contest. It shall be the duty of the j
executive committee 'o formulate
pirns fo» Championship contest bt I
hsslretbell, foot bell, baseball and ln
terscholastie track meets and tourna
Ar.icle 5. Mei-bership. All public
whods of Martin county shall be
eligible to be represented as mem
bers by the teachers of respective
Article 6. Change fat Constitution.
► Section I—A vote of two t hints of
the total possible vote of the member
ehip of the association—unnecessary
te change the Constitution.
Article 7. Annual Dues.—Section 1.
—Membership in this association shall
be contingent upon the payment of
member schools of such dues as the
execu'ive committee may deem neces
.ONE HUNDRED AND TiHRTY
THREE PEOPLE JOIN THE
RED CROSS ORGANIZATION
While the following is not a com
-1 'etc list of those who have joined
the Red Crass during the recent drive,
ft carries names of some of the people
who joined early enough to have their
names recorded in the membership
( Messrs. R. J. Peel. R. A. Pope,
Luther Peel. Jim Robertson. H. B.
Hoi lonian,, Oscar Anderson. T. B.
500 Watches Free I
Our Fourth Anual Offer !|
To Boys In Knee Pants I
HJj * , j.Mj
I I || xSfet Beginning with Monday Decern- w
ber the first, and all through the Holi
i; day:, \vc will irive a Rood watch to ]j]
Ifflja tSI • every boy in Knee pants buying a m
JMW fj\X suit of clothes or an overcoat from US |j
during the holidays I:
1. AFTER DUE CON- 1
"■ A siderati ° n I
7 ave decided to make this offer §
./ to men also. Ask your Daddy and 8
LI grown brothers to come over with |
| h 1 you and secufe a watch free.
The most complete of any we have offered. Many suits with two |
pairs of pants. ' • ; ' |
Don't For Get Santa Claus Day Dec. 4th.
Russ Brothers I
VARIETY STORE I
Washington, North Carolina
Ladies rest room on the second . floor.-Elevator to all floors. All !
time service. No delays. " - j
Brandon, Collins Peele, C. D. -
I-hcn, C. D.- Carstarphen, jr., J. W.
Andrews, W. 1L Harrison, S. J. Tot
terton, R. E. R E D Dodd,
R. L. Shirley, W. C. banning, F. M.
Manning, L. C. Bennett, C. B. Clark,
F. L. Edwards, H. G. Hortoo, H. A.
Rise*. L E. Pope, B. S. Courtney,
V. D. Poole, V. D. Godwin, J. D. Biggs
J. H Saunders, Burras Critcher, Duke
Critcher, J. W. Watts, jr., Bob Hey
! oenreich, Lester Peel, Wheeler Mar
j tin, Elbert Peel, P. B. Cone, J. C.
' Anderson, B. R. Barnhill, J. D. Wool
, ard, L. B. Harrison, C. A. Harrison,
; Cortex Gteen, Dick Smith, J. H. Britt,
• W. J. Hodges, W. H. Crawford, J. W.
; Anderson, Julian Anderson, Louis
J Bennett, Sam Harrell, J. G. Puree 11,
!A. B. Lindsley, Stanley i Sessoms,
j Harrell Evere't, Asa T. c/a*ford, J.
L. Hasxell, Clayton Moore, John Rodg
etson, J. L. Williams, and Mesdamex.
L. B. Harrison, Z. H. Rose, A. R. pun
ning, J. F. Thigpen, J. A. Manning,
Charlie James, J. D. Biggs, Erali Cobb
Marshall Wilson, A. T. Crawford, J.
11. Saunders, Warren Biggs, J. S.
Seymour, Z. 11. Rose, B. S. Courtney,
N. Orleans, Grover Hardison, Miss
Margaiet Everett. Miss Hattie Throw
er, Mrs. Erah Cobb, Mrs. Carrie B.
Williams, Mrs. Fannie S. Biggs.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX ELEC
TION ON JANUARY 3rd, 192 ft IN
BEAR GRASS,SCHOOL DISTRICT
MARTIN CbUNTY, NORTH
In compliance with the wishes of u
r-etition signed by a necessary num
ber of qualified voters of BEAR
GRASS SCHOOL DISTRICT, which
was duly approved by the BOARD OP'
EDUCATION OF MARTIN COUNTY
and in accordance with the prov' ;'ons
of Article 17 of the New School
Code of 1923,
NOTICE is hereby given that an
election will be held at Ayers Store,
■ PENCIL \\ » j
JL\ y th a RED BAND \ //
THE ENTERPRISE WILLIAMSTON, NORTH CAROLINA
Bear Grass, N. C., in r.aid REAR
GRASS SCHOOL DISTRICT, which
is hereinafter described, for the pur
pose of ascertaining the will of the
qualified voters of said District as to
whether a majori' y of such voters
favor the levying and collecting, an
nually, of a Special Tax with which
to supplement the funds for the six
months school appropriated by the
Board of Education, the r.Ve of said
Special Tax not to exceed a maxi
mum of twenty cents on the
One Hundred Dollar valuation of jdl
property, real and personal, within
the bounds of the District described
"BEGINNING at the Mouth of Pig
Pen Branch and the \leLr Trap Mill
Pond; thence a isoutherly course up
the Pig Pen Branch to Wheeler
Rogerson and J. W. Green line;
thence along said Rog«rson and
Green line to Eureka Lumber Com
pany line; thence a wos'erly course
to the A. D. Hadlcy and G. A. Peel
comer; thence a southerly direction
along said Hadley and P?el line to
the said Hadley and P«?>l co.r
.Africa Swamp; thence a southerly
course a straight line to an t;rch cn
the Bear Grass to Williamston and
Washington Road, the cr.n. li..e of th
Ashley Martin line; Ih nee a southerly
course, straight line to the Mar'it
rnd Beaufort County ilne on the eas'
side of Louis Taylor'.; Farm;"thence
along said County line a "southerly di
rection 1o the township line at the
mouth of Bear Grass and Turkey
Swamp; thence up the ineandqringts
of Turkey Swamp to th*> old Bigjf! -
Mill Site; thence up Cow Branch 1c
the Williamston and Greenville road
thence down said road to Reedy
Swamp; (hence down said .swamp to
Night and Morning to keep
them Clean, Clear and Healthy
Write for Free "Eye Care"
or "Eye Beauty" Book
M*raaC«..D«ft. 11. S ,»(. OIM>SI..CIUC*I*
At said election, those who are in
favcr of the levy and collection of
a Special Tax of r.ot more than
twenty-J cents on the SIOO.OO val
uation as aforesaid, shall vo'.e a tic
ket on which shall be written or print
ed the words "For Local Tax," and
those who oppose the levy and col-1
icction of a Special Tax of not more
than twenty- cen*s on the SIOO.OO
valuation as aforesaid, shall vote a
ticket on which shall be written or
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Bank of Robersonville I
! * |
Robersonville, N. C.
At the close of business Nov. 26, 1924. *
| . * • |
RKSOURU-S 1.1 A|U 1.1 I I I.S
I : y jj 15
, Loans & Discounts Capital Stock Paid in 54 i ,(>oo.oo
| Liberty Bonds 14.550.c0 Surplus 11.6N2.-r 1
: % 6 ' 1 ,
Hanking House & Fi\t. 15,000.00 Undivided profits 4,48400
Other Real Estate J 5,527.23 Dividends Unpaid 0.00 i •'
Trade Acceptances 16,063.28 Cashier's Checks 1,040.84
CASH IN VAULTS AND DUK (Jen. Deposits #379,352.06 j,
FROM BANKS 102,461.42 * Hond " 14,^0.00
Checki for Clearing c,784.(10
TOTAL DKI'OSITS i\
Total #453,615.65 Total #453,6 15.65
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| J. H. ROBERSON JR., PRESIDENT R. A. BAILEY, 2ND. VICE PRESIDENT
A. S. ROBERSON, VICE PRESIDENT D. R. EVERETT, CASHIER
I. MAYO LITTLE, ASS'T. CASHIER
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SAFE SOUND CONSERVATIVE
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SAYS BILL TO JIM-- f
"Why The Big Smile?" [
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'Y J l[ 's>
K ' ' K
£ A A
;jAnd if you will go and look over the large stock of goods of eveiy kind at Harrison
!■; Brothers & Company's Big Store and ask the prices on their goods, 5011 will surely j
s j| come away with the goods you may want and a Big Smile with them, j!
And they have the largest assortment of goods lo make your choice from that can t
be found anywhere and where I found them so much cheaper than I could find them 5
X[ anywhere else. • " .; d
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" And if you will give them a call, then you will come home with the goods and a Big
||j Smile too.
i Harrison Bros. & Co.
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|i . WILUAMSTON'S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE 1
II | "Come and See Is All We Ask" |
printed the word* "Against A Local
That Mr. A. B. Ayers be, and is
hereby appointed Registrar, and Mr.
A. B. Kogerson and Mr. H. D. Cowin
are hereby appointed Poll-Holders for
That a new registration is hereby
ordered, and that the registration
books will be open for such purposes
bepinninx with November twentie'h,
1924. and will continue opm until De-
rember twentieth, 1924. The Ue'Ma
trar will ba ut Ayers store, i.«ai
Crass, N. C. during the above ilt. ■ k
for (ha purpose of registering ll
those qualified to vote in said Dis
Done this the 3rd day of November.
1924, by order of the nOAIil) OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CF
By HENRY C. GREEN,
S. 8. BROWN, Register of
Deeds and Ex-Officia Clerk to tb«
Board of County Commissioners. t-~*
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