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ENTERPRISE PUBLISHING COM PAN Y
Williamston, North Carolina
W. C. Manning ... Editor
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Address all communications to The Enterprise
Williamston, N. C., and not to individuals. _
isext time a roan tells you talk is!
Liicap, ask him if he knows how much
u session of Congress costs.
ies; the world is a stage, as Wil-
Snakes peara once said, but too |
pcupi? have speaking parts and
i>o lew take thinking parts:
nus season of the year lots of men
uie more interest* din anti-millinerism
nan anti-auiitarisia. ~
jua. ihnk of it; the energy a man:
in a round of golf would suf-, 1
, lvt u) ao the...spring house cleaning. '
•ui optimistic farmer is one who|
noping year after year that his j
jounce will come up to the seed cata-j 1
j nere are said to be 526,000,000 '
. wunsuaiis in the world. Too bad they 1
lave to fight and kill each other olf
Postage on souvenir pwbtal cards is !
doubled. It should be made a dollar '
a card if on the card ts written, "Wish
you w«re here with me."
Internal revenue collectof for the
Los Angeles district says income tax
receipt:, are 2,000,000. ahead of the
rmodnt received last year. Some of
those mo»ns stars must be gvtting the '
And sometimes we think nraybo a, 1
man's wifei s a nag because she is,'
- marr.eii to a jackass.
Lots of fellows stand and!'
make excuses while other fellows are j
making a succeas.
-'. ! i
WcathV is like time. We have soj
much of both it can't all be good.
V ' «—. L_
It is said that our future Presidents 1
already are beginning to save photo
graphs of the primitive little 3-room
huts in which they were born.
We are unable to believe the man
wKft wrote ittfc and the Bean Stajk
is deaT —Wtnr-«euld_imagine anyone
—-' . , _
else writing our seed catalogues ? L
A perpetual motion —War makes j
fright, fright make# alliances, alli
ances mak« war.
Recent vital indicate that
too mu*h of the midnight oil is fusel
" V, ' ,
One thing to remember while driv
ing an auto is »me other driver may
be m crazy as you are.
Here is another—He slumbers here,
' one John McNeill. He also sfiimbered
at the wheel.
Even If Norway has not enough
money to maintain her lighthouses,
•he can be thankful that none of her
fjords (pronounced Fords) require
rear lights, like ears.
An American doctor declares that
craw-word puslea have resulted in
waiting nuy families. It mu» 1 be idee
when they all meet tofetner in th**
| Peace propaganda has a: least made
the big nations determine not to let
the little ones fight any more.
[ but had no brakes.
A recent epitah—Alas, h?re rests
I Sylvester Rakes; his car had wheels,
I William HohenroHern got two votes
I __ i
in the German presiden ial election.
He ought to be arrested for repeating
* w— _ _
For the present, the Government's
opinions as to conspira
"tte lack conventioti. ' ;
j ■ -*
Shukespea re paraphrased by the
modern girl: Who steals my purse
steal,V a powder puff.
Yes; the mosquito-is another ingrate
that bites the hand—or ankle—that
To Say Nothing of the Bones.—
(.'us'omer: "It's tough to paj 50 cents
a pound for malt." Butcner: "Ves;
but it's tougher when you pay 25.", _
True Eloquence,—"He made a fine
after-dinner speech." "What did he
say?" "He said, 'Waiter, give me the
A correspondent nsks whiijifs the
best way to.rtiake sure-of admission
to a court dunnf the hearing of a
murder ' ral We do not recommend
it.'but the .-.ur-st method is to coni-"i
nit the murder yourself.
Wheji our cmlo'i gets all bailed up,|
it can't ill whe:her Jl's going to be
a bottle of ( live oil, a pa'l of lard, a
pat of bu'Ur, or a pair of siik stock
The i.ih 'ri'.aiee tax is more human*
than the others. It wai's until the
poor fellvw can't suffer any more
, New York has 'ht padlocks; the
Delaware legislature has its deadlocks
—Time hus-nts forelock, and Mr.
Cool id ge ha: his Woodlcck.
' iw» »Ull » «J.IHI.U/ at
taxaa, U thay promised the
tollcs they would, aeve ral month*
afore the election, whan caudi
daUa thought thay should; I
reckon thay want an' slaahed
'am ae tha papers daclara thay
Md, but 1 was • small exception,
somminte t was an upward skid.
So far aa 1 hsn observed 'am,,
tha taxes waa never so high—
but tha papara s«s thay arelow
«r—and tha newspaper i navar
lie. Yea. thay'ra coin' to keep
on aialhln' with aoma mighty
5 furious blows—tha Daily Hokus
has said so, and tha Daily
knows I Of couraa it takes con
sidarable chants to satisfy
Government naada, lika aalary
hikes and bentine ears, and tha
Biailin' of punldn seeds. And
'lt takea a right am art boodle
lar tha cabinet's small affair*,
tha little social endaavors of tha
Sortfled millionaires. Tha elao-
N> la dona paaaad over and tha
aoat at livin' la high—and we
reckon they'll alaan tha tax
aoma mora—la tha aweat by aud
o ti a v 1/ n * i iajcwj it yjQiii I CAN
FOLKS ( UP A «w ) /W- * n; »yjg
_. - fm r USED UP EVERV CENT / « I DOU-AP6 FOOM J / ®}~«f
iN OUR J/£A
_ Anrv UNOVS CLOTHE* I [jpg- \ PRAIW/tM ANf
TOWN BILLS- HAD Tb/ f« C--0 V. HEIX 6IV« NbO
/"-vwH*r A F»NE LOOUN' / A COULD^
00/ SOU WAVE AMOfc » . ( PsT ' COouD Vee J nr"^
SUCH .AN INTELLIGENT \ L^ J *JV* / - "
FACE ■ HE'LL eu»E V T*H ftPOT. / THI6 16
H6 MAAtc - » ' HB WtFs'6
V VE6 6iß • SOME Son 9V
i J NOTICE Ol SALE OF KEAL IvS
Lnder ami by virtue of the power
ofCsaUhcontained in a certain deed of
iruVl executed to the undersigned trus
ter by J. U. lirey and wife, Mary J.
' Grey, which said deed of trust bears
i date of March sth, 1923, and i.s record-1
ed in the public registry of Martin
Count \ in liook N-2, at page 378,
deed of trust naving been given to be
'•ure ceitain notes of ®ven date and
: tenor therewi ]i, and default ' having
jeen made in the payment of the same
j and the stipulations contained in the
if.aid deeil of tru-t not having been
! complied wi'.h and at the request of
j the holders of the said notes the un
dersigned trustee will on Saturday
| the 23r( day o f May, 1926, offer for
sale to the highest bidder for cash" a
12 o'clock m., in front of the court
house door in the town of Williamston
N. C., the following described rea
estate, to wit:
Being the same land -deeded to J
D. Grey'by J. B. H. Knight, common
|J> known and designated as the
Grey house and lot and being the sam
premises deed to J. I). Grey by J. G
tiodard, trustee, by deed dated th
2nd day of March, 1923, adjoining th
lans of J. t». eiodard, Mrs. Irene Smith
and Smithwick Street.
This the 21st day of April, 1925.
ELBERT S. PEEL;
1 a 24 4tw ** Trustee.
A. O Brown, his heirs, assigns
| irnd all other persons now claiming
under, through or by him, you are
hereby notified that the Town of Wil
liumston bacnme th' purchaser o
| your town lot and r Sidence sold by
I said Town ,for Taxes on the sth day
of May 1924..
You will tak ■ fjii l her notice that
unless said taxes and i'li costs and
l>enaltits tire paid on or before the
15' h day of May 1925, tho snid Town
of Williamston will demand " v _ of th'
Town Tax Coll ctor n deed for said
house, and lot as ,'s p by law
This 15th day of April, 1925.
G. Hi HARRISON, Clerk.
J. L. HASSELL, Mayor,
Town of Williamston.
i Martin County ; * ' ' i -
11' rider and by vir ur of the au'hori y
contained in u certain deed of tn::i.
beaming date of 26th day of Decembe
1919 and iecoid*l in 'he register of
dee&T" office for Mart-in ' County i
Book L-l pane 561, the stipulation
tin the said d?ed of trust no' havin,
been complied with a'd at the revues
tif the holder of»the'same, the un
dersigned trustee will sell to the'high
■ est bidder for cash, at public auction
'on the 171 h day of May, 1925 ai
j Twelve O'clock in front of the Cour
j llouss in Williamston, N. C. the fol
' lowing tracts or parcels of land, to
Tract No. 1:
BBeginning at T. A- and Lar>
Bunting and H. A. Grays corner on
the public road leading from Roberson
villc to Point, N. C., being the
old Lawrence Wynn comer, running
thtnee easterly along said Bunting
D. SWIFT aH CO.
30!> Seventh St
Over 34 years experience
Ob'ained. Send nitv'el or sketch
and we will promptly send yo t a
report. Our book m patents and
trade-marks will be "fent to yju
THE ENTERPRIKK WIUJAMSTON MOUTH C ARC UN A
and VVyniis line to the old Jim Man
ning line,,thence i.oitnefly alonj, said
• Mannings ana Gray* and Roy Keels
' Ijre to Haislips line anu Cirays corn
er, thence a southwesterly course wil.
said Grays line to J. E- and V. A
Wards line, thence westerly with sait
Haisiips line back to 'he road, thenci
southerly along the .said road f and
Wards line to the beginning, contain
ing 20 acres, mure Of less.
I Tract No. 2: ,v
Beginning at ll!. A. Grays soutli
west cornei in J. I'. Kober.sons lin
and running tlience easterly along J
L).. Rober.sons line to Uiays corner i
E. C. Houses line, thence northerl
along the i;aid Houses and the J. J
It. Whittield line to the Jim Manning
line an! thin tract tp T. A. and Laryj
l>untins corner, thence southwesterly
along the Reason line and the Wyn_
line, now Giays and Huntings litir to
the corner of this tract in J. I). Rob
erso is line ,coitaif)in,' 40 acres, mor
This the 16th day of April, 1925.
J. SMITH, Trustee
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
and authority contained in a certain
deed of trust executed- to the under
signed trustee by M J. Norton ant
wife, Grace J.. Norton, on the Bth day
of December, 192.'!, said deed pf tius
being of record in the public regif.tr\
of Martin County in book Q-2, a
page 140; said trust having j
been given to sicure a certain note
of even da'e >\nd tetioiHCHercwith, an
the stipulations in said deed of tYus
not having been complied with, and a
the request of the parties interestedl
The best o food, prepared, cooked,
and served as you would have it, at
Hay's Cafe, on Washington Street.
to the Price of*
The extra quality buflt in by the extra process of Gum-Dipping,
the economy of these wonderful tires and the xMini mileage
obtained from them during the past two years, has created audi
! a large demand that over 75% of Firestone's mnwimrfh produc
j ban is now Balloon Gum-Dipped Cords.
! This has greatly increased the total sales volume and the hoes
\ Firestone factories are now working on a 24-hour schedule to
supply the demand. *
This large volume, produced under the —eat eeeoaaMsal tire
manufacturing method*, permits Firestone to sell these extra
process Full-Sire Balloons at no extrr cost t car owners. And "this
hi the face of greatly advanced cost for crude rubber brought
about by the operation of the British Rubber Restriction Act.
Gum-Dipping rn—pi longer
mileage—greater uuunanqr a*
• no extra cost to youl
■ Enjoy the safety, economy
and comfort of Balloon Gum-
MDipped Cords this summer. Let
us equip your car now at low
cost—with liberal allowance for
vour old tires.
MOST MILBB PER DOSiLAR
Hiway Filling Station
: the undersigned trustee will on F'ri
day, the 29th day of May, 1J26, a
i-2 in., at tiit cour.nouse door of Mar
tin County, in Wjlliamston, N. C.
oiler' lor sale to the highest bidde.
for cash at public auction the follow
ing described real estate:
t hat tract pf land and ail improvs
men is thereon located in Williamstoi
Township, Martin County, Nortl
Carolina, and commonly known as til
mill site of ihe Williamston Cooper
age Company, whereon its mill, .dr>
kiln, anJ other buildings used in con
nection with th'j operation of the Wil
liumstor. Cooperage Company is lo
cated, and being the property coil
veyod to the Williams ton Coupe rag
Company by deed from C. H. Codwin
dated the 19th dry of December, It 14
and recorded in itook G-l, at pags 243
and described a.- follows:
Beginning at an iron stake stand
i,g in the edge of Roanoke River abou
150 feet from a wire 'fence; thence
running down the bank of the river
at the water's edge at normal tide to
the mouth of a ditch near and just
above the old railroad wharf; thence
northwesterly and westerly up said
ditch to an iron stake standing lfß
feet from a wire fence which cresses
said ditch; thence northwest'lly a
straight line to the beginning, con
taining seven acres, more or less, and
being the same property conveyed t*
the said M. J. Noiton by deed from
Wheeler Martin, trustee.
This the 28th day of April, 1925. J
ml 4tw Trustee.
OargU with winn wit watM
-tb»o .poly or*t thtoj^
Or IT UUUo- J— U—4 P
...i NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
and auihoriy contained in a certain
ueeu of trust executed to the under
signed trustee by R. B. Holliday and
wife and T. W. Holliday and wife, on
the ii.h day ox November, 1921, said
deed of trust, being of record in the
public registry of Martin County, in
book H-2, page 436, said deed of trust
having been given lo secure certain
notes of even date and tenor there
with, and the stipulations in said deed
of irust not having been complied
wiUi, at the request of the parties in
•.rtsied, the undersigned trustee will
u a iriday, -lie 29 h day of May, 1925,
at 12 ni , at the court house door of
Martin County in Williamston, N. C. |
offe. for sale to the Highest bidder fori
r%>'-. at public auction, the following]
described, real estate;
fir.-t iraci; Bounded on the north
by the public road leading from the
Joiuan thick road to the Jamesville
in"! Washington road, and on the east
by the lands of the late Samuel L
Wallace, and on the south by the
lands of J. L. Hardison and the heirs
oT W. H. Hardison, and on the west
b> lie lands of Geo. F. Cordon, con
taining 57 acres, more or less, and
known as the T. H. Davis tract of
lahd, and more commonly known and
understood as the "home place."
Second tract: All our right and titl
and interest in the B. N. Holliday tract
of land bounded as follows: On the
north by Cooper Swamp, on the east
by F. H. Holliday, on the south by the
main public road, and on the west b
the lands of the late W. H. Holliday
and T. J. Holliday, same containing
57 acres, more or less.
Third tract: Bounded on the north
by S. S. Davis, and on ' the east by
T. E. Holliday, and on the south by
G. N. Cooper, and on the west by
S. S. Davis, and the " same being
known as the Mary E. Davis land, and
containing: 36 acres, more or less.
This the 28th day of April, 1925.
ml 4tw - Trust* . .
Martin A Peel, attorneys.
Special meals for parties cooked and
served at Ray's Cafe.
It OK SALE: MEXICAN BIG BOL~
Cotton Seed for sale. Grown in 192.'
and* are better than 1924. Will de
liver seed. Box 162 Rocky Mount
FOR OVER U> YEnRS
HAI.L/S CATAHHII MKIJICINU has been
utuxl successfully in the treatment ol
HAI.I/S CATARRH MEDICINE con
sists of an Ointment which Quickly
Relieves by local application, and the
Internal Medicine, a Tr ,ilc, which acta
through the Blood on ihe Mucous Sur
face!, thus reducing tf.e inflammation.
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t , "
You Can Make Money I
Illustration describee how easy it'e done bp making
PAINT PACTS BEST—PURE—PAINT I
f!Nf $3 " 00
L&M SEMI-PASTE PAINT
It is White Lead and Coetly White Zine to assure longest
years of wear, aa proven by &l years of otmoet satis
l*astcost- because in Semi-Paste form, and therefore
you mix S quarts of Linseed Oil into each gallon, and
so make ltf gallons of Purs Paint for SUI per gallon.
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Salsbury-Johnson Co., Inc. Hamilton
John E. Bond Co. Edenton
YOU COULD ASK FOR
y- than the perfectly dean,
\£/P" T . smart-looking garments tnrn
~ljr~kr~ ~ «d out by onr dry cleaning
/1 establishment. We can show
1 fr-\ JI \ YJ you how to save many dollars
\/ \I t\ II on your clothes this year by
-A \\ Y patronizing this shop. No
-I|[ U \ matter how soiled or shabby
IH looking, the dreaa or wait can
, be restored by aa.
PHONE 242 Service Shop
Bar a real good meal, gWto Ray*
Cafe, on Washington Streeu
POTATO PLANTS FOR SALE
Good strong Government inspects
Porot Rican sweet potato plants fo
sale. Now ready for shipment a
$1.75 per 100. Mrs. G. N. Weatherly
"axley, Ga. m 6 21
tistic pressing, cleaning, and alter
ing at very cheap rates, we are at
your service. Ideal Pressing Club,
Washington Street, city. Phone 1«7.
We do work cheap and for cash.
Chas. H. Hasaell, manager.
CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIR
ing, and dyeing. Ladies' work a
specialty. All work called for and de
livered. Willie Thompson, 406 Rail
road St. n#B lmo
WANTED: EVERY PROPERTY
owner to use a gallon of L. & M
r-emi-paste paint out of any he bays
ai-d if not perfectly satisfactory th
remainder can be returned wiihou
payment being made for the one gal
Icn used. See our advertisement i
hi* ijaper. bong\m.c £ Mart nr 7
is ■ prescription for Malaria, Chills
and Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fever
It kills the (eras.
West Virginia Lady Sift Tkai
She Was in a Serious Coali
tion, But Is Stronger After
Huntington, W. V*.—"l tu In a
▼err weak and run-down condition
—ln fact, was In a serious condi
tion," says Mrs. P&nnle C. Blosa, of
1964 Madison Avenue, this city.
"In my left side the pain was
very gov .-re. It wouiu start in my
back nod sldos. Part of the time I
W&H in bed and when up I dldnt
(eel like doing; anything or going
"Life wasn't any pleasure. I
was very pale. F was nervous
thin, and so tired all the time.
"iuy druggist told me that Cardul
was a good tonic for women and 1
bought a couple of bottlee. I took
two bottlw, then I noticed an Im
provement. I kept on and found
It was helping me. I have taken
nine buttles. I'm stronger now
thun I lixvo beeu In a long time."
Cardul ft xua'lo from mild-acting
medicinal hfcrbs with x gentle, tonic,
•trenKthonliir, effect upon certain
female org.n ; rmd upon the system
Sold everywhere. NC-1M