Tobacco Higher at Timberlakes Warehouse
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ALL GRADES OF TOBACCO ARE SELLING FINE, GOOD TOBACCO VERY MUCH HIGHER IF YOU
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HAVEN'T TRIED US, BRING US A LOAD AND WE WILL PROVE TO YOU THAT WE SELL THE SAME TO
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BACCO FOR MORE MONEY.
"WE SELL TOBACCO —NOT THE MAN"
LOST: BETWEEN FAIR GROUNDS
and Williamston Tuesday night,
black hand bag with blue serge suit,
pair tan shoes, and shirt. Finder
please return to secretary's office at
fair or S. H. Parker, Kinston, N. C.,
Route No. 5. ltpd
WANTED AT ONCE: A GOOD 100
or 150 pound capacity ice box-.
Cheap for cash. Geo. Hatton Gur
AUTOMOBILE NUMBERS LOST ,
License numbers 257,491 lost on old
Everetts road. Return and receive re
ward. Eddie Brown, Williamston, N.
C., R. 2. n3-2t pd
WANTED AT ONCE, SEVERAL
trappers. Gas boat, house boat,
(togs and equipment furnished. See at
once, W. R. Cherry, Williamston, N.
I will sell at auction on December
sth, all household furniture and fix
tures consisting of Beds, Home Com
fort Range, Plow, Yard Cart, Grind j
Stone and Buggy. All property is in
good condition and will be sold cheap.
MRS. RICHARD DANIEL, 700 Pine St
Fibre suit case with suit clothes and
shirts, shaving set, also some work
clothes, between Winston and Wind
sor Thursday night. $6 reward. Willfe
Cole son, Ahoskie, N. C. n3-4t pd
Dawson, Yukon Territory, Canada,
had a population of 20,000 during the
Klondike nish 25 years ago. Today It
has 1,200. , ~ r *
Car Load Mules Just Arrived
I am operating both the old Harrison Bros., stable and the brick
stable formerly run by J. H. Purvis.
COME IN TO SEE THEM—- \
Dr. J. F. Thigpen
Tobacco Is Selling as High as at Any Time
This Season at the Roanoke
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We Averaged Over 34 Cents a Pound in Odlober for All
We Buy Scrap - - No Charges - - We Pay More
Griffin, Morton, Watts & Gurkin
Williamston s : : North Carolina
A Kentucky mountaineer Bchool
teacher corrected a boy who said, "1
ain't gwine thar." "That's now way
to talk," the teacher said, "Listen: 1
am not going there; thou art not go
ing there; we are not going there.
Do you get the idea?" "Yessur,"
came the reply, "they ain't nobody
State of North Carolina, Martin
In the superior court, before the
Hugh G. Horton, Administrator of
Mrs. Fannie Melson, deceased, vs.
Carrie Mae Johnson, Willism Jesse
Melson, Ette Rosa Haywood.
The defendants, Carrie Mae John
con and Effle Rosa Haywood, will take
notice that the above entitled proceed-1
ii.gs has been instituted in the above i
ourt for the purpose of selling land I
to create assets to pay the indebted
ness of the estate of Fannie Melson, I
deceased, and that they are required
to appear before the undersigned and
answer or demur to the said petition
on or before the 27th day of Novem
ber, 1925, or the relief demanded in
the said complaint and petition will
Tliis October 22nd, 1925.
R. J. PEEL,
c 27 4tw Clerk Superior Court.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
Under and by virtue of the author! ,
ty contained in a certain deed of trust
executed to the undersigned trustee
by A. 0. Brown and wife, Agnes
Brown, on the 12th day of December,
1921, and of record in the public reg
istry of Martin County, in book H-2,
at page 48, said deed of trust having
been given to secure certain notes of
even date and tenor therewith, and
the stipulations contained in said deed
of trust not having been complied
with, and at the request of the par
ties interested, U» undersigned trus-
tee will on Monday, the 16th day of
November, 1925, at 12 o'clock m., at
the courthouse door in the town of
Williamston, N. C., offer for sale to
the highest bidder for cash, at public
auction, the following described real
It being piece of the lot thkt W. H.
Wilson bought of J. R. Mobley, begin
ning at a stob in the right of way of
ihe Atlantic Coast Line Railroad on
Pearl Street, thence along Pearl
Street towards Main Street 100- feet
to a stob; thence a line parallel with
Main Street to the line of B. F. God
win's line; thence along B. F. God
win's line and parallel with Pearl
Street to- the line of the Atlantic
t oast Line Railroad Company's right
of way; thence along the right of way
le the beginning and being the same
property conveyed to Maggie Wilson
j\- deed from Sarah A. Wilson, dated
12th day of October, 1906, and of rec
ord in the public registry of Martin
County in book IiRR, at page 108.
020 4tw ' ~ Trustee.
How Doctors Treat
Colds and the Flu
To break up a cold overnight or
ID cut short on nUack of grippo, in
fluanza, sore throat or tonsillitis, phy
sician* u>i'l ilruggutj arts r >w recom
mending Calutabj, i'a-j purified and
r"'ined calomel compound tablet that
pivots you t!»o efitscts of caloi.al and
bults combined, without the unpleas
ant effects of either.
One or tvo C'.ilotabs at t:J-time
with a swallow of water, —that's all.
No salts, no nausea nor the slightest
interference v !th your eating, work
■r pleasure. Next morning your cold
h.is vanished, jour system is thor
oughly l urifi' J and you are feeling
fine with a hearty appotito for break
fast Eat what you please,—no dan
Get a family package, containing
full directions, wly 36 cents. At any
drug store. " (adv)
THE ENTERPRISE WILLIAM STON, N. C.
Notice to Taxpayers
All Taxes for the Year 1925
IF PAID DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER WILL BE ALLOWED A
6 PER CENT
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BV ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS.
M. S. Moore, Tax Collector
I will be in the Mayor's office on every week day except Saturday from II to 12 in
the morning and from 4t06 in the aftemoo n. On Saturdays I will be there from 2 until
6 and from 7:30 to 8:30 in the afternoon and evening.