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HAS SATISFIED ITS CUSTOMERS. WE HAVE HAI) NUMBERS OF FARMERS TELL US OUR SALES WERE THE HIGHEST HEY HAD SEEN
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IT IS TIME FOR TIPS: KEEP YOUR TOBACCO DRY AND GRADE CLOSELY
BRING US YOUR NEXT LOAD!
We Get More Money for the Same Tobacco
"WE SELL TOBACCO—NOT THE MAN"
HOUSE FOR RENT: ONE SlX
rooni house for rent in New Town.
Known as the Hatton home. Apply
to G. N. Guiganus. Ib 4t
FOl ND: A LARGE BUNCH OF
keys. Owner can get same by pay
ing tor this advertisement.' Call H. D.
Peel or The Enterprise. tf
FOt-Nl>: AUTOMOBILE NUMBER,
1925-2 G. Owner may" get same by pay
ing For this ad. See Mr. Will Baker.
BRAND NEW o-BI'RNFR FLOR.
ence oil stove for sale. $ 18.00. W.
11. Gurkin. ni
PEA CAN TREES—One of the mo*
profitable traes to grow. Long lived
liearn th« facts fiee for vhe ask
, nig. J. B. Wight, Cuii'O, Georgia.
to Sept. 11
"NOTICE OF SALE"
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained - in that certain
Deed of Trust executed to the under
signed Trustee on the 2nd day of
January, 1924, hy_A. D. Bowen. and
wife and • r r» ni in the Marl in
County Public Registry, in Book 17-1,"
page 289, securing, a certain bond of
even date therewith, and the stipuli^-
is a prescription Tor Malaria, Chills
and Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fever
It kills the germs.
—r«r j " r ' Keep Them Dry Cleaned
tWJVv . I 'J'lie well-groomed woman is
ill. /., /. ilk" \ caieful 10 seo thal her dressl ' s
lllfeiiH M I come to us us soon us they
Bn'l v'fi vr *! & f I require our expert attention.
B • }f! M J l>o not wait, until all are in
y need of cleaning. Keep all
sily i-' of, t hem fresh and ready to
>•, - ' wear all the time. Then you
•vn will have the necessary vari
• ety for • noUafxtory mlac*
tion for every occasion.
POPE'S Service Shop
Below are a few of the sales made for our customers, and they tell you where you can take your tobacco to get the HIGHEST MARKET PRICES:
W. F. THOMAS BLAND and ROBERSON D. WOLK HARRISON and WILLIAMS J. R. WHICHARD
Pounds Price Amount 648 1198.09
Pounds Price ~ Amount 168 61 *80.60 Pounds Price Amount Pounds Price Amount Pounds Price Amount
\A(t •* 'ii «47 AA 110 61 *66.10 «nj> OP |ae ftft 38 - 60 *22.80 166 46 *74.70
i* . "Inn 80 60 *40.00 100 56 186.00 m 46 . *68.08 140 40 I6«j00
140 30 M2o ° 210 42 88.20 146 ' 32 146.72 160 ' 41- , *661.60 64 SO *19.20
180 28 ' 160.40 176 # 36 *61.60 ,„ n 26 39 610.14 100 28 *28.00
80 28 122.40 114 30 *34.20 01 140 26 *86.00 50 27 118.60
- . 4 14 1-2 -67 90 20 1-2 118.46
640 1162.40 366 1119.92 *
4 948 *390.68 610 1209.85
Average $30.74 Average $41.21 Average $32.48 Average $36.28 Average $34.40
~~ Rice and James lead in both price and pounds. Come to see us. The Farmers Friends.
Average Monday, September 7th, 14,805 Pounds, $2,718.44, or $18.36; Tuesday, September 8,57,140 Pounds, $10,246.81, or $17.93; Wednesday, Septem
_ ber 9,45,742 pounds, $7,894.53, or $17.25.
Rice & James Farmers Warehouse
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WILLIAMSTON, N. C. • J JAMES PULLS WHILE RICE PUSHES
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lions not having been complied with,
ami a the- request of the holder of
'said bontl the undersigned Trustee,
will, on the Ist duy of October, 1925,
at 12 o'clock, Noon, in front of the
Courthouse door of Martin County
oiler at public sale, to the highest
bidder, ior cash, the. following de
scribed tract of land:
Beginning at a lightwood stump,
Price and Bowen Corner, in Taylor's
line, thence along Bowen's line South
2D 1-2, East 200 1-2 poles, also Uriah
Rawls line, enclosed in the above line
to llillue Roberson's and Priced coi
ner to a stump, thence North 71 8-4
West 15 8-4 poles to a stump, thence
.North 83 1-2 West 17 poles to a
stump, Price and' H. C. Taylor's Cor
ner, thence Taylor's and Price's line
North M> 14 West 126 1-2 poles to
Price aiul Taylor's eorner, thtnee witlr
Taylor's line North 0 3-4 West 45
poles to beginning, containing 71 1-2
This land is sold subject to the
homestead of J. D. Bowen.
This 2ft day of August, 1925.
North Carolina, Mai-tin County.
In the superior court.
Farmers & Merchant# Bank and others
B. K. llarnhill
Under and by "virtue of an order of
M. V. llarnhill, resident judge of the
second judicial district signed on Ihe
day of July, 1925, in the above
-1 entitled case, notice is hereby given
i to crtili'orß and aH parties interested
J ii'i, the nbovo entitled case 1 hat the
undersigned has been appointed per
manent receiver for B. R. Barnhill and
this is to notify all creditors to pre
sent their claims to the undersigned
on or before the 10th day of October,
1925. All persons indebted to B. R.
Barnhill are requested to make im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
This the Bth day of August, 1925
HUGH G. HOKTON,
Receiver for B. K. Barnhill.
Under and by virtue of the powe
of sale contained in that certain
Deed of Trust executed to the under
signed Trustee on the Bth day of
February, 1924, by J. D. Bowen and
wife, and of record in the Martin
County Public Registry, in Book Q-2
page 55, securing a certain bond ox
even date therewith, and the stipula
tions not having been complie with
and at the request of the holder o
said bond the undersigned Trustee
will, on the Ist day of October, 1925,
at 12 o'clock, in front of the Court
house door of Martin County offer a
public auction, to the highest bidder,
for cash, the following described tract
Bounded on the North by land M.
D. Wilson on the East by land J. V.
Watts on the South and West by lands
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All town (axes for the year 1924
must be puid or execution will be lev
ied on all property upon which taxes
are due on October Ist, and the same
will be sold to satisfy said taxes.
By order of th* board of commis-
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S. Moore, Tax Collector
THE BNTBBPRIBB WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
This property is subject to a lien
lo the Federal Farm Loan Hank in
the sum of $2,0u0.00..
This 26th day of August, 1925.
D. D. STALLS, Trustee.
SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY
Under and by virtue of the authori
ty confemie upon us. in a deed of
trust executed by J. L. Wynn and wife,
Maggie Wynn, on the lsi day of Feb
ruary, 1923, and recorded in book 0-2,
page 27, we will on Saturday the 26th
day of September, 1926, at 12 o'clock
noon at the luurthouse door in Wash
ington, sell at public auction for cash
to the highest bidder the following
land, to wit:
All that certain tract, parcel or
piece of land contaniing 299 acres,
more or less, lying and being on the
load leading from Spring Green
Church to Williainston and Everetts
road, about two miles east of the
town of Everetts, Poplar Point Town
ship, Martin County, North Carolina,
i.iijoining the lands of Sam Taylor,
Tom McClaren and Jesse Leggett 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, an
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 sale is made by reason of the
failure of J. 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 o.' Duiham.
This the 17th day of August, 1926
THE FIRST NATIONAL
TRUST CO., Trustee.
Durham, N. C. a2l 4tw
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In Seas6n Time To Sow and Plant
Rye, Wheat, Barley, Oats—Clover, Red, White, Alsyke, and Crimson
PERMANENT PASTURE OUR LONG SUIT
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We sell "Happy 64 Cow, Horse, and Poultry Feed* We Sell
Everything for the Farm. Agents for Hackney Wafrons, Carte,
H. B. THOMPSON
SEEDSMAN „ L WASHINGTON, N. C.
Special attention to mail orders. See the Farmers and Mer
chants Bank for permanent pastures.
North Carolina, Martin County.
In superior court, before the clerk.
Penny Williams and husband, George
Williams, va. Phat eStaton, Lee Sta
ton, and Samuel Staton, and Ben
The defendants, Lee and Samuel
Staton, will take notice that an ac
tion entitled as above has been com
menced in the superior court of Mar
tin County, North Carolina, to sell
Read the Enterprise Ads
by division real estate located in Mar
tin County in which said defendants
have an interest; and the said defend
ants will take notice that they are
required to appear at the courthouse
in the clerk's office of Martin County,
on October 12, 1925, and answer or
demur to the petition in sai>l action
or the plaintiffs will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in said
This the 3d day of Septeml r, 1925.
R. J. FEJt \
s4 4tw Clerk Superioi Court