By Arthur Brisb—
THE GREATEST CBQH
FITTING THE CRIME.
WHEN TOl) GIT IT, KEEP ft
Sevei, crop* of atfftlfe in a year,
tons of potatoas to ar acre, great
are ti*e wonder crop* of this rich
land. But the iiMWit prop it the
mi map orop. without tknt, others
woqM amount to nothteg.
Mr. Jqms'b Stasr, af Hlsrt>}
Idaho, t«IU of • family gathering
of the Ou family. It included
Aueen V. o*ll, 70 year* old, of
Afton. Wyoming, father of SO son*
and 10 rtaufjrhtMV aU alive, httUthv
strong. Mr. ball » the grand
father oiBO children, and tlun are
all wall. Tall that to your ma nd
who think* birth oontroi wdl! solvi
oar problem* j
Where ignorance, disease, pov
erty and drink, In the ultimo oom
bine to force large families upon
weak women thut cannot take
cure of them, birth control may
lie ail that it* advocates say.
Ti'iey don't need it in Idaho or
Wyoming. What they need thai*
Dancing and religion have long
been united. Samuel telle you
"David danced before the Lord.'
He well might, for hi* rise wan
rapid from lightweight champion,
conqueror of Goliath, to ruler over
Dancing ha«- it* proper place,
i-ee Eccfeiiastee, third chapter,
fourth verse, "time to weep, and a
time to laugh, a time to mourn,
and a time to dangje."
The next verse »»5.s there in also
"a time to embrace, and a time to
refrain from embracing." That
should be remembered to these
wild dancing day*.
When you get a plec of this
earth. KEEP it. Tt cannot be
-rTriteii; doesn't rust; you are your
mm; board of directors; unlike
watered stock*, there Is oaii juet
I'SK ENTERPRISE ADS FOR REAL RESULTS
■ . . WHO'S WHO IN MARTIN COUNTY - -
#2O for the 3 Best Sets of Answers—l st I -rize SlO -2d Prize, $6 3d Prize, $4
• received there were four very outstanding ones, and after jud K from every possible angle, it was impossible to determine the beat, ao the Judges derided to split the J2O into four
Ml |U, \Rh J , \nrH'ri/i iVI- I'll Il' V Ml*S. "VIARYOSBORN. MISS MARY MELISSA ANDREWS. AND MR. J. *. WAITS. JR.. all of Williamson.
,ach M,SS / iri hem over and see how easy it would have been to have gotten em all right. .
-1 he rorreel mowers are printed on this page today. L,ook uum " ' • -.
1. EVKRETTS HAS A GOOD HANK
IC.-tablislieil iii" 1916, the Planters and Merchants Hank,
«»*■ Kvfi-otiM. ;haa. done much to muvu .the.needs of this en
tire see 1 ion ami the results of ! his service is best shown by
tin- history of its steady and healthy expansion.
Ocoupyng their own buildingv a comfortable establish
ment well anangid fer t,he conduct of their business,-they
arc at al! times ready to extend tin helping hn"il(l to any
di -.l'l vinu project and the people of this section are rapid
ly IfumiiiK to a .'ail themselves of this help
Thcv have :t capital stoek of $15,000, and their state
ni'Mtt VI lows a ■surplus of $12,000.
Name the president of this bank.
—■ V AN -GIL-BERT T A VLOR - ——
5. THEY SELL THE I MVERSAL CAR
These curs, well known as the best value in cheap auto
mobiles, are sold and .-^rviced here by a thoroughly reliable
firm. A cars, as well as
the tractors made by- the same "firm""are "always U'> be
found in stock, ,and factory trained mechanics are here to
starve theni as well as to take care of any needs of the
public using their make of cars. '
What is this firm's name and the price of their touring
car. without demountable fims and starter, without de
mountable rims, and equipped «ith both, oeli\ered here?
WILLIAMSTON MOTOR COMPANY
s34!*, without demountable rims and starter; $417 without
demountable rims; $l3B equipped with both, delivered here
9. ROBERSONVILLE'S LEADING HANK
Tjiis is Lank when there is indeed a l'eeling of service,
i'or their genial eashlVi,' Mr. IJ.~R. Everett, i» unhanda:
all times to greet their patrons and give them the benefit
of his advice u*id information; and, in fact, a general feel
ing of companionship prevails throughout the establish
The affairs of this bank are in a flourishing condition;
and with a capital stock of s4l and a surplus of # 18,-
000, they are in shape to take care'of any of the legiti
mate needs of this sect ioti.
Name this bank and the total resources as per statement
of June 30th.
BANK OF ROBERBONVILLE
13. AN EXPERT IN INSURANCE MATTERS
Est«Wi»hed~in insurance business in 1907, this Party
remainedju business until 1917, when he assumed"churße
of the insurance department of the Martm County Savings
& Trust Co., which department he conducted until last
February. He has now started in business for himself,
representing some of the leading companies and is able to
offer the public the benefit of his many years' experience.
Among the many companies he represents are the Hart
ford Fire, London Assurance Corporation, Fire
AMarine Co., Springfield Fire, Hanover Fire, Missouri
State Life Insurance Co., National Surety Co., and an
other well-known casualty insurance company.
He sells all kinds of insurance, including hail and tor
nado protection, and his advice is always at your service.
NAie (Us agent aad the .other well-known casualty com
pany he represent*. •
JOHN EDWARD POPE
Fidelity and Casualty Company, New York
si /* '
BO VTTOB of ft, Mi ft goes or to
t>rlce * '* ——
The Indian* jpid Msphrttati
island for 124 Tfce land in Cen
tral Park alone ft now wortfc a
Mi Bet* got 900 acre* at Far
Bodcawai, XeW York, under fore
closure, for $40,000, tried to get
3d of It but couldn't on account
of litigation When he did sell he
got 18,000,000. At today's boom
nricoh, If his son had it. it Would
be worth yres.OOOjWW. KEEP
TOU« liEAI. ESTATE.
In Indianapolis, punishment Is
to fill the cnme, when one man
wtth his automobile kills another.
The klilor 1b to spend one hour
locked in a room with the corpse
of the persoft killed. The theory
1b that It will make the kiUeT
think, although it won't bring the
dead baok to life. «
Voltaire had the Idea reversed
It) "Zadig" a traveling philosopher
causes the young widows of Indie
to discontinue burning themselves
alive with «the corpses of their
own husbands. He dldnt forbid it,
only made a law that before being
burned alive the young widow'
should puss a coupie of hours wtlh
the handsomest ytrnng man to the
After that for some strange
reason, the widow usually lost in
terest in being burned up with her
aged wjouse. Often she dlsap
peared Defore the funeral.
What a nuisance the human
BODY is. Through life It worries
us with aches and pains and needs.
The spirit is bo easily taken care
■ of. ft has no nheumatism, no
teeth to ache, no gout, no hair to
fall out, needs no olothing, eats
nothing, supplies what little real
happiness we have. And we soon
leant to suppress that part of it
Even when you are dead, the
spirit takes care of itself, goes off
somewhere and tht body remains
a nuisance. The simplest thing is
to burn it up, instead of leaving
the work of destruction tjp alow
worms, but rpany do not Uh that
Death and what sue cafl its
' "horror" ought to roost useful.
Jflwrv time a mac thinks of death
' be (rooudl say to Mm—lf, "merci
ful Heaven 1 I had better stojt>
thinking and ge* out and DO
! SOMETHING worth wfette, for I
' shall soon be gone, and ftfpy will
be asking, what shal] we do with
, the remains?/ m 4 'vilmt did be
FOR KENT: SHOP EQUIPPED FOR
blacksmith and wood shop. Could
be easily changed into garage. Locat
ed on Williamson and Hamilton road.
E. P. Hunch.
LOST BETWEEN WILLIAMSTON
and Rocky Mount Sunday afternoon
August. 16: a black traveling bag. Re
ward if returned to the Enterprise
office or Mrs. H. D. Taylor, jr. lipd
LOST: LAST WEEK, NEAR HAS
sell,-N. C. one white bird pup, eight
months'old with long keen head, red
spot on hack of hip also red spot on
its head. Finde*jjlease return to W.
H. Manning, Bet KM, N. C. ami re
ceive reward. It
A REWARD OFFERED FOR ANY
body returning a tan grip lost ai the
general meeting at Wilson Chapel.
Please return goods to Will Cotlield,"
near' Wiiliamston; son of Sylvester
Coffield. " 3 - . a2l 2tpd
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX
Having qualified as adminis'tratri.
of the estate of C. F Page, late of
"Miiftnr County, ThlP Is~ TBmottfy altl
persons having claims against the es-i
•late of said deceased to exhibit ihem
to the undersigned at her home in j
Wiiliamston. N. ,on or before the!
19t(i day of August. 1926, or this no-]
lice will be pleaded in bar of their I
lecovery. All persons indebted to said]
estate will pleasev make immeidatel
This the IHtli day of August, 1925.
Wr: l.i cv E. PAGE,
Administratrix of C. F. I'uge.
Hugh Horloit. A!ty, -- a2l Ctw
SALE >l YAH ABLE PROPERTY
X nder ami bv virtue of the authori
ty conferr'le upon u;* in a ileed
I fcust executed by J. L. Wynn and wife, i
Maggie Wynn, on '.he Ist day of Feb-j
ruar.v, l'J'Sl, and recorded in boo.k 0-2,j
nn'tp 27, we will on Saturday the 2fith
day of September. 1!'26, at 12 o'clock
iroon at the lourthouse door in Wash
ifigton,' sf 11 at public auction for cash
te the highest bidder the following
I land, to wit:
All that certain tract, parcel r>r
piece containing 299 acres,
more or less, lying and being on the
road- leading from Spring Green
Church to Wiiliamston and E.veretts
road, about' two miles east of the
town of Everetts. Poplar Point Town
ship, Martin County, Norlh Carolina,
2. HE ADJUSTS ALL HAIL INSURANCE CLAIMS
i laving "been iu the insurance business in this section for
the past twenty-three years, it is only natural to expect
that tins agent thoroughly understands the needs of our
community, and the valuable sen-ices that he has rendered
to his patrons-has won him many friends.
He represents, among others, the Home Insurance Co.,
of New York, th? Aetna Fire, the Royal, the Continental,
tiie Dixie, the Piedmont, the Mutual Life insurance Co.,
the l : -nited Fidelity & Casualty Co., the Hartford
Steam Boiler, and the N. Y. Plate Class Insurance Co.
Writing insurance in all its branches, he is also the ad
juster in this section for a well-known hail insurance com
pany for which he also sells polities.
Name this agent and the company whose hail losses he
KADER HIGGS CRAWFORD
The Home Insurance Company, New York „
(~ A LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE *
Housed,in ope of the most modern buildings in Eastern
North Carolina, this store carries a line oi merchandise
that is fully in accordance with their store and the large
Ajju'k of seasonable merchandise as well as the courteous
treatment extended to the public has, contributed largely*
to their steady success.
A complete line of shoes, ladies' and men's ready to
wear, millinery, notions, hats, and, in fact, everything that
could be desired from a modern department store is taste
fully displayed and priced at a figure as low as is consist
ent with good quality. ' •
Among the >yell-known lines sold can be found the Allen-
A hosiery, Sunfast hats for men, Monroe and Kirshbauiu
clothing and a well-known line of ladies' shoes.
Name this store and the well-known line of ladies' shoes
sold by them.
FAKRIS NASSEF AND SON
Red Cross Shoes
10. SANITARY ICE MAN UFACTURED 11 EKE
lee is not to be considered an expense, but rather as a
sAviug* for in this hot "'""J If the best of foods spoil
quickly and a well-tUTed ice box is sure to keep your food
sweet and fresh In this particular we are well taken care
of, for the modern ice plant here, equipped with the latest
machinery and using pure water is well able; to take care
of the needs of this section. i , -
Established in 1923, they have a history of steady prog
ress and today two trucks and two wagons are used to take
care of the needs of our town. Their phone number is 99
and a call insures prompt service. All grades of coal are
also kept on hand. '
Name this firm and the full initial* of each of the active
LINDSLKY-LILLEY ICE COMPANY
L. P. L. K. P.jL. !
14. A GOOD BANK IN OAK CITY
A good bank is indeed an asset to a city and in this re
gard Uak City is very fortunate, for m th« -Rank oft)ak
City the citizens of that section have a bank that since its
establishment in itUO has always been a source of help
in solving the various financial problems that confront a
community. They are soon to occupy the new modern
building now bein>r completed and will then have one
of the most mo lern institutions hi this section of Eastern
North Carolna. With a capital stock of SIO,OOO, they had
on June 80th a surplus and undivided proftta of $7,642.56.
Their cashier, who has had charge of the bank since its
organisation, is a native of this section. He is a Shriner
and has given much time to the study of the needs of hia
people. ' .t
Name the cashier and the total resource* of this bask as
per statement of Jane 30th.
BENJAMIN MAYO WORSLEY :
THB ENTERPRISE WILLIAMSTON, NORTH CAKOL.LN A
t.djoining the lands of Sam Taylor,
Tom McClaren and Jesse on
the north, the lands of. Sam Taylor,
Mamie Raynor and the A. Thompson
land on the west, J. E. Barnhill on
the south, and the lands of Julius
James and Jack Mills on the east, and
being the land conveyed to the said
J. L. Wynn.by J. A. Whitley by deed
dated January Ist, 1906, and of rec
ord in Martin County Public Regis
try in book 000, page 280.
This is made by reason of the
failure of jV'L. Wynn and fife, Mag
gie Wynn, to pay .off and discharge
the indebtedness secured by deed of
trust to the North Carolina Joint
Stock Land liank of Durham. - -
This the f7th day of August, 1925.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
TRUST CO., Trustee.
Durham, N. C. a2l 4tw
■ Nordi Carolina,
Having quulilicd as administrator
of the estate of George Moore, de
ceased, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the said estate
to exhibit them to the undersigned
■j on or before-the- 4th day of August
1926, or this notice will be pleaded in
I bar of their recovery. All persons in
i tieb e l to said estate will please make
I immediate payment.
This the 4th day of August, 1925.
LEONRAD MOORE, Adminis
trator of George More. 8-7-6t
SALE OF VALUABLE FARM
Under and by virtue of the authori
ty conferred upon us in a deed of
trust executed by J. Lass Wynn and
vyife, Maggie Wynn, on the Ist day of
February, T923, and recorded in book
of mortgages K-2, page 527, we will
on Saturday the 26th day of Septem
ber' f 1926, at 12 o'clock noon at the
' cour'house door in Williamston, Mar
,l tin County, sell at public auction for
1 cash to the highest bidder, t'he follow
ing land, to wit:
| Being all that certain tract", parcel,]
r, oi piece of land containing 344 48-1001
aries, more or less, situate, lying, and
i being on thp Bal'ard road, which le;'ds
rj into the Williams and Hamilton road,
,I about 4 miles northeast of the town
p I of North Carolina, Martin
i (bounty, and adjoining the lands of B.
s A. Critcher and the Bowen larul on
r j the north, the Stalls land and the
- lands of R. E. Adams on the east, the
J lands of W. E. White on the south,
and Conoho Creek on the west, and '
more particularly described as follows: '
Beginning at the intersection of a •'
mill and the Ballard road, corner of 1
W. E. White and R. E. Adams; thence 1
with said road north 37 3-4' east 480
feet, north 25' east 1226 feet, north
20 1-4' east 640 feet, north 16 1-4' east I
yt>s feet, north 87' west 400 feet to 1
Conoho Creek; thence with Conoho :
Creek north 160 feet, north 67' west i
600 feet, north 64' west 90 feet, north :
60' west 225 feet, north 62' west 75 I
feet, north 12' west 230 feet, north 83' i
west 412 feet, south 35' west 475 feet,
south 70' east 225 feet, soutTi 55' west 1
190 'feet, south 89' west 350 feet, 1
north 46' west'lso feet, south 89' west :
300 feet, south 34' west 000 feet, north 1
80' west 150 feet, south 76' west 525, i
north 41' west 300, south 51' west 125,
north 78' west 140, south 60' west 311, 1
south 22'-west 300, north 85 west 168,
south 60' west 226, north 34' west 300, '
north 23' west 160, north 52' west 225, -i
south 45' west 225, south 54' west 150,
south 66' west 150, soatft 84' west 337,
south 25' west 35, south 61* west 300,
j j.outh 230' west 225, south 14' east 375,
■south 37' east 450, north 18' west 61C
feet to the line of W. E. White; thence
I with White's lint-.south 58' east 1626
eet to a branch; thence with said
branch ;N, 56 1-2' east 167, north 84'
east 300, south 84' east 325, south 66'1
east 480 feet to a thence with
said land S. 60' east 1320 feet to the
beginning, and being the same land"
conveyed to the said J. L Wynn by
A. R. Dunning. trus'ee, by deed dated
March 10th, 1921, &ffd of record in the
Martin County registry in book F-2,
• age 467.
This sale' is made by reason of the
fXlTure of J. I ass Wymv and wife,
Maggie Wynn, to pay off and dis
charge the indebtedness secured by the
said deed of' trvst *o the North Caro
lina Joint Stot!r Land B;»r,k of Dur
ham. ~ m I
This the 18th day of August, 1926.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
TRUST CO., Trustee.
Durham, N. C. ®2l 4tw
SALE OF VALUABLE FARM
Under and by virtue of authority
( conferred upon us in a deed of trust
| by P. T. Anthony and wife. Julia B.
I Anthony, and E. 1 Thomas and wife,|
1 Helen G. Thomas, on the Ist day of
February, 1923, and recorded in book
K-2. jgcge 5. r ,7. in Martin Count?, we
I will on Saturday the 26th day of Sep
3. THEY SELL QUALITY BUILDING MATERIAL
Established here in March, coming from Rocky Mount,
where they hail conducted a similar business for many
years, this firm it making decided progress. Everything
in the HUP "of building material that could be desired is car
ried in stock by them, and in addition to manufacturing
lumber of all sorts they have the agency for many well
known and nationally advertised lines of building materia).
Amongst these are the celebrated Du Pont paints, Atlas
Portland cement, the United States Gypsum Co.'s line of
plaster and a line of roofing put out and Kuaranteed by the
foremost house of its kind in the United States.
Name this firm and the well-known line of roofing they aelL
I \ >
ROANOKE SUPPLY COMPANY
Barrett's Specification Roofing
7. WILLI AMSTON'S LEADING DRUG STORE
Under the present management for the past two years,
this store has a record of steady progress. A registered
pharmacist, on duty at all hours, insures the accuracy
that is so important to those desiring prescriptions, and
-prompt serviee characterise* every transaction.
A complete line of druggists' sundries, toilet articles,
and, in fact, everything that could be desired from a mod
ern drug store is carried in stock, and an attractive soda
fountain adds to the conveniences extended to the pub
lic. They have the agency here for the Eastman Kodak
line, and the Block, Nunnally, and another well-known line
Name this firm and the other well-known line of candies.
CLARK-BENNETT DRUG COMPANY
11. SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES SOLD HERE
This store, well stocked with a complete line of clothing,
shoes, haberdashery, dry goods, millinery and ladies ap
parel has been rapidly forging to the front, and the un
failing courtesy that prevails here, as well as the sterling
quality of their merchandise is no doubt largely responsi
ble for their rapid expansion. A large stock of seasonable
merchandise insures the satisfaction of their trade and
amongst many other lines may be found those of nation
ally advertised manufacturers, known for their reliability.
Among these are the Chicken dresses, Knox hats, Flor
sheim and another well-known line of shoes.
Name this firm and the other well-known Use of efcoes
MARGOLJS BROTHERS AND BROOKS
15 HAMILTON HAS A GOOD BANK
A bank that has stood the trials and tribulations of years
is of necessity a good hank to do business with, and the
Dank of Hamilton, established in 1907, certainly meets
Established with a capital of $6,000, some years later
they declared a stock dividend of 100 per cent, and in ad
dition declared a cash dividend the same year of 80 per
cent. Their capital stock is now SIO,OOO, and their surplus
and reflects much credit on the men who so ably conduct
Among its directors and officer* are to be found the lead
ing citixens of this section.
Name the cashier ef this beak sad its total reeoercee, as
per statement of Jane 30th.
FRANK LEE HAISLIP
$•7,777 M t
tember, 1926, at 12 o'clock noon at
the courthouse door in Wiliiunston,
sell at public auction for cash to the
highent bidder the following laud, to
A—Adjoining the lands of Dr. D.
W. Lewis, Kitchin Taylor, et als., and
bounded as follows: Beginning at Car
melTs corner at a stump in a small
field near the river pocossin and run
ning south 70 west along said Car
mell's line to three maples on the
branch; thence up the meanders of the
said branch to the road; thence along
the road to a small red oak in said
CarmeU's line; thence north 70 de
grees west along said line 180 poles
to a pine slump near Samuel Wil
liams' field; thence north 52 east nine
poles to a small branch; thence north
10 east 80 poles to a fork of the
branch of Jumping Kun; thence.north
7 east 32 poles along the run of said
branch; thence south 70 east"l 4 poles
along the said run; thence north 50
east 30 poles along the said run;
thence north 30 west 20 poles along
said run; thence north 15 west 30
poles along said run, flpF east 100
poles along said run Jn « the said
branch to the back line in the river
pocosin; thence down the river poco
sin to the first station,, containing by
estimation four hundred and fifty
seven acres, more or less, it being
known as the Carmell land and for
merly owned by Louis A. Thompson
and which was sold under execution
against said Thompson and conveyed
by the sheriff of said county to H.
Henry Brown and subsequently con
veyed by H. Brown and wife, S. A. E.
Brown to Henry B. Moore and for
particular description, reference is
made to said deed of record. Found
jn book J -J, page 153, Henrj B. Moore
unit wife, Susan A. Moore, '.o Nancy
B—A certain parcel of land lying
and being in Martin County, Nor'h
Carolina, and in Goose Nest Town
ship anu known as the "JeiT House
Farrr.," said tract of land Iving on
both sides of the public road leading
I frorti Oak City to Speed and adjoining
the lands of Dr. S. Harrell, Frank Ed
mondson, Leon Cherry, Tom Harrell,
Hardy Council and others, and being
Apply Vicki «7 lightly—h
sooth** th* torturad akin.
v O*irlT MilUmmJmm IW Km*
BANK OF SERVICE
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
The safety of any bank is best ex
pressed by the personnel of its direc
In This Particular We Stand Supreme
Name the directors of this bonk.
JOHN DAWSON BIGGS, BENJAMIN B&YANT TAYLOR
JOSEPH EASON LILLEY, FRANCIS UPSHUR BARNES
JAVAN ROGERS, ROBERT WALTER SALSBURY
CHARLES DAUGHTRY CARSTARPHEN
5. ROBERSONVILLE'S LIVE FORD AGENCY
Employing 16 people, among whom may be found some
of the most expert mechanics, this firm is giving the
brand of service that has made the Ford car »o popular.
A complete stock of parts, one of the largest to be found
in eastern North Carolina, is maintained and a complete
line of accessories, as well as the Firestone and another
well-known tire is sold here. • —"r"-
I They have Installed an eight-hour battery service and
can recharge your battery and return it to you the same
day. All makes of batteries are repaired. Unquestion
ably, this firm is equipped not only to sell you a new car,
but also to take care of the present owner. Their per
sonal guarantee goes with every transaction.
Name this firm and the other weH-kaowa life sold by
them; also the cost of the eight-hour battery service.
COX MOTOR COMPANY
12. RELIABLE FURNITURE SOLD HERE
Serving the public faithfully and dealing in furniture
that ia reliable, thia firm does both a credit and cash busi
ness. All the merchandiae sold 6y him ia reliable and his
prices are as low as is possible. Many well-known and
nationally advertised brands of furniture are to be feund
tastefully displayed in this store.
A complete line of furniture, household goods, ranges,
etc., are at all times on display, and courteous service
marks every transaction. Amongst other lines carried are
the Mirro-Aluminum line, Majestic and Allen ranges, Edi
son phonographs and a well-known kitchen cabinet, knows
all over the Unitad States aa the best.
Naaie this firm aad the kitchea cabinet they sell.
B. S. COURTNEY
Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet
1«. THE STORE OF RELIABLE MERCHANDISE
Selling at both wholesale and retail and purchasing for
A complete line of general merchandise, dry goods, house
furnishings, heavy groceries, etc., is carried and many
leading manufacturers are represented i» their stock.
Every article sold ia guaranteed and thirty-five years of
successful merchandising here attests to their reliability.
They hanflle the Mirro line of aluminum goods, Bnttle-
Axe Shoes, Brown Shoe Co/s 6-Star shoe, and a line of
sheeting known all ever af the best.
Name this firm and the line ef sheeting aaU by tfcem.
G. W. BLOUNT AND COMPANY
the lands which were conveyed
by W. C. Manning and wife, S. M.
Manning by deed dated July 6, 1911,
and of record in the register of deed'*
office of Martin County, N. C., in book
C-l, page 2, and which was conveyed
by S. R. Harrell to M. W. House by
deed recorded in book G-G, pagjslSS,
Martin County Register of DeePs of
fice, for particular description of the
lands herein conveyed reference is
hereby made to the above two con
veyances, said tract of land contains
500 acres more or less. Found in
book J-2, page 112, John W. Smith and
wife, et al., to P. T. Anthony and E.
This sale is made by reason of fail
ure of P. T. Anthcmy and E. B. Thom
as to pay off and discharge the indebt
edness secured by said deed of trust
to the North Carolina Joint Stock
I.and Bank of Durham.
This the 17th day of August, 1925.
THE I'IRST NATIONAL
TRUST CO.. Trustees-
Durham, N. C. ' *2l 4tw
Fna Wfcick Kentucky Mm &&
fered Two or Three Times ft
Month, Relieved by
Lawrenceburg, Ky.—Mr. J. P.
Nevlns, a local coal dealer and far
mer, about two years ago learned
of the value of Thedford's Black- >
Draught liver medicine, and now
"Until then I suffered with se
vere bilious attacks that came on
two or three times each month.
I would get nauseated. I would
have dlzxlnaai and couldn't work.
"I would take pills until I waa
worn-out with them. I didn't seem
to get relief. After taking the pills
my bowels would act a couple or
three' times, then I would be very
"A neighbor told me of Black-
Draught and I began Its use. I
never have found so much relief
as It gave me. I would not be
without it for anything.
"It seemed to cleanse my whole
system and make me feel like new.
I would take a few dosee —get rid
pf the bile and have my usual clear
Bead, feel full of 'pep' and could
do twice the work"
One cent a dose. NC-ttl