DAAHAIIA R«l» " Williamson, N. C. £AH4 ft F
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LADIES WHO CAN DO PLAIN
sewing at home and want profitabe
t|>are-time work, write (enclose
stamp) to Styleplus Dre»s Co., Am
sterdam, N. Y. * s7 It
LOST: s!i> in cauh, one ."> and one
10 bill; -liberal reward if returned
to Enterprise office.
LOST: WHITE SKTTEK IH>G,
Black ears; answers to name of
"Smut". Reward given.—Jno. I).
HONEY FOR SALE
New Honey, in the Comb or Ex
tracUd $2 gallon
Six gallon litis or more, per
gallon .1 hS
Produced Exclusively from
( love Vs.
JI A LIT) GI'AKA NTEEB
Slate whether comb or extract
ed is wanted when ordering."
BUSY BEE APIARY
Fletcher, N. ('.
at the Roanoke-Dixie
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4 FARMERS DAILY. OUR AVERAGE IS AS
44IGH AS THE HIGHEST.- WE INVITE YOU
TO SELL YOUR NEXT LOAI) WITH US.
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w. T. MEADOWS H. L. MEADOR W. B. WATTS
Williamson, North Carolina
TOBACCO IS SELLING HIGH
and We are Still Leading In Pounds Sold
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BENNETT, MORTON and BARNHILL
Farmers Warehouse, - - - - - - . Williamston, N. C.
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I.ABY CHICKS FOR SALE: Large
type liarron strain white leghorn
baby chicks, $9.50 per hundred. An
conas, $11; Rhode Island Reds and
Barred Plymouth Rocks, sl2; BufT
Orpingtons and white Wyandottes sl3
pi r hundred. These are all husky,
pure bred, hatched from select eggs
11 oin our heaviest layers. We pay the
postage and guarantee live delivery.
Prompt shipment?. Order from this
ad. Acme Farms, Farmviile, N. C.
Pure bred English Barron strain
v hite Ibghorn baby chicks,JEVJij hun
dred, postpaid. .
Brown legfiorns, $lO hundred.
Ancona.s, Sheppard strain, best lay
ers. sll hundred.
Rhode Island Reds, sll hundred.
Plymouth Rocks, $11.60 hundred.
White Rock#, sl-3 hundred.
All good healthy strong pure-bred
We pay postage charges and guar
antee live delivery. Take a statement
from your postmaster; if any dead,
we will replace them.
The DIXIE HATCHERY
Tabor, N. C.
FOR SALI£: ONE HEAVY UNDER
cutdray wagon in perfect condition.
Practically goodas new, at a real bar
gain. J. W.'Green, Williamston.
NOTICE OF SALE OF RIjAL,
kn the matter of 'May King Williams,
K. E. Williams, and Mary Blanche
Williams, by her guardian, Mary
King Williams, e* parte.
Pursuant to an order of resale made
by R. J. Peel, clerk superior court of
Martin County in the above entitled
proceedings, on the 16th day of Sep
tember, 1926, the undersigned commis
sioner will on Monday, the 4th day of
October, 1926, at 12 o'clock m„ ip
front of the hereinafter described
premises in the town of Hamilton, N.
C., offe for sale to the highest bidder
for cash, at public auction, the fol
lowing described real estate, to wit:
Beginning at I'attie Sherrod's cor
ner on Front Street in the town of
Hamilton, N. C., and running along
aid street 20 feet to J. R. Williams
heirs lie, thence along said Williams
hi ir.s line a southerly direction 51 feet
to F. L, Gladstone's line, thence along
said Gladstone's line a westerly direc
tion 20 feet to Pattie Sherrod's line,
thence along Pattie Sherrod's line (51)
fifty-one feet to Front Street, the be
ginning, containing 1,020 square feet.
This the 16 (Jay of September, 11/26.
ELBERT S. PEEL,
si 7 4tw Commissioner. •
THE ENTERPKt&E—WILLIAM3TON, W. C.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
Lnder and by virtue of the au
thority contained in a certain deed
of trust executed to the undersigned
trustee by J. F. Hardison on the 10th
day of January, 1923, and of record
in the public registry of Martin
County in book N-2, at page 347,
said deed of trust haying been given
to secure certain notes of even date
and tenor therewith, and the stipula
tions contained ii? said deed of trust
not having "been complied with, and
at the reque.s. of the parties interest
ed, the undersigned trustee will on
Monday, the 27th day of September,
1926, at 12 o'clock m., at the court
bouse doer in the town of William
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WINO WALKINO EN ROUTE
PARACHUTE DROPS K> "HOM IT KAY COMCERIi
NIGIIT FLIGHTS Regarding the "Hew and Better TEXACO", I wleh to congratulate The Texae
Company on this "super fuel". It functions "perfectly under midden loada and
WITH In high cold altitudes* Our 800 H.P. Airplane motors have, gained twenty
OOROEOUS peroent in power and are running with a smoothness that is most gratifying.
F*IKEj WORKS ' •
The uniformity, widespread national distribution and dependability of
. . « TEXACO products are great assets to us In the haserdous portions of our •*»
All in all," we are getting beat flying remits from the lew and Better
AVIATION TKXACO Gasoline and ur old etandby TKXACO Ho tor Oil Super Heavy and do
fv ait rra not to state that there are no "special" fuels or oils that begin
IN ALiLi Ho t0 the eaae esrwloe.
I tm always r«4y to give TKXACO PRODUCTS our hitfieet endorsement.,
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Harrison Oil Company, Williamston,N.C.
Sells the Identical Quality Gas and Oil used by Gates
ston, N. C., offer for sale to the high
est bidder for cash, at public auction,
the. following described real estate;
it being the undivided interest of
the said J. F. Hardison in a tract of
land situated near the town of James
ville, N. C., and commonly known as
the W. L. Stallings farm, and bound
ed on the north by the lands of Dr.
U. S. Hassell and the road leading
from Williamston, N. C., to James
ville, N. C., bounded on the east by
the George Burroughs land, bounded
on the south by the Nellys Mill Pond,
bounded on the west by the land of
John Bailey. Containing one hun
dred (100) acres, more or less, and
being the same land deeded to C. A.
Askew and J. F. Hardison on Janu-
rry 11, 1927.
This the 24th day of August, 1926.
R. G. HARRISON,
a 27 4tw • Trustee.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of sale made
by the Clerk of the Superior Court
of Martin County in the Special
Proceedings entitled, "Maybelle Mae
Johnson vs Lillian A. Laughinghouse
el als" the undersigned Commission
er will, on the 4th day of October,
1926, at 12 o'clock, Noon, in front of
the Courthouse door f Martin County
sell to the highest bidder for cash
the following described property:
A certain store building in the
town of Jamesville, Martin County,
North Carolina, of which the said
Henry T. Stallings was seized at the
time of his death, facing Main street
in the said town of Jamesrille, said
store building on which it stands with
a narrow strip about eighteen foot
wide on the easterly side of said
building; said store building adjoin
ing the building of the Jamesville
Dank and being all of the residue
of the property which was conveyed
to the said Henry T. Stallings by
Deed of W. C. Hassell et us; and
: that the estimated value of the store
above named is about $1500.00.
, This the Ist day of September,
B. A. CRITCHER,
, Commissioner. 0-3-4