North Carolina Newspapers

    w When a MAN —
or
COTTON PLANT
Needs FOOD
i
AT the end of a hard morning's work,
your whole body* seems to ache
for food. It sure feels fine to put your feet
under the table and enjoy your
Hartaville, S. C.
"For beat results it ie
necessary to apply tfi ad
dition from 200 to 250
lbs. of mineral nmmoni
ates aa aide applications
during the growing eea
•on. Nitrate of Soda be
ing immediately a vai table
to the plant as soon as it
is dissolved in the soil
water, is a most excel
lent form of ammoniate
for those side applica
tions and we use it very
largely for thia purpose.
Where a series of heavy
rains occur during Matf,
June or July\ cotton will
in a few day's turn pale
and shed much of its im
mature fruit. The imme
diate application of 75
to 100 lbs. of Nitrate will
prevent this change of
color and shedding and is
often responsible for the
production of several
hundred pounds of seed
cotton per acre by hold
ing on the plant the crop
of squares and blooms
that would otherwise
shed off. Our unualprac
tice is to apply about
100 lbs. of Nitrate of
Soda about the time the
squares are beginning to
form and 100 lbs. more
about one*month later."
David R Coker,
President and General
Manager Coker's Pedi
greed Seed Company.
Chilean Nitrate of Soda
Educational Bureau
220 Professional Bldg., Raleigh,'N. C.
Head The Enterprise Ads
Buy Your Groceries At The
Orange Front Store
Specials for Sat. April 23
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2 Cakes Arrow Borax Soap
2 Boxes Pride Powder Jm 1/^
1 Can Sun Brite Cleanser ) vf\^
i
Brookfield Butter, Swift's Premium Bacon
1 lb. prints fV/ Pound !
Brookfield Daisy Cheese 97/* Brookfield Tub Butter
I'ound £i 4 I'ound
SWIFT'S JEWEL LAItl)
Per Pound 12 l-2c 4 lb. bucket 58c
2 lb. bucket 31c 8 lb. bucket $1.12
Swift's Boiled Ham Swift's Neptune Bologna 17«
Found fJtJK/ I'ound A I V/
Gv.ift's Thurinffcr Qft/* Swift's Minced Ham OAo
Pound .OOv I'ound ..
Swift's Colonial Pure Pork Swift's Frankfurt Sausage,
Sausage, lb. 27c lb. 23c
Swift's Southern Style Swift's Brookfield Cheese,
Smoked Sausage, lb. 23c 1-2 pound package
FLOUR ..
Sunset Self Rising Jersey Self Rising Ballard's Self Rising
12 lbs 50c 12 lbs * 60c 12 lbs 73c
24 lbs SI.OO 24 lbs. $1.15 24 lbs $1.40
48 lbs $1.95 48 lbs. $2.25 48 lbs $2.75
Luzianne Coffee, - Sun-Dried Apples 1 O
I'ound i'ound * X v-
Luzianne Coffee, 34b5., with KLIM 1 lb 7 f »r
cup and saucer $1.35 RUM', 2 1-2lbs. ZZT Z" $1.65
Maxwell House Coffee,, nf) p KLIM, 5 lbs. $3.15
Pound wJ\J\s "-w*ura».
Country Meal, water ground *»reen Coffee, lb 30c
iwd Ov |{ cs t Ground Coffee, lb 30c
SOUVENIRS FOR EVERYBODY
John A. Manning & Co.
dinner.
Your noonday meal gives you
the strength to keep going until
nightfall.
Things are not much different
with a cotton plant. You put
fertilizer under it —and that's a
kind of breakfast. It carries the
plant along to chopping time.
Then is when every plant stand
ing in your fields ought to be
side-dressed with 150-200 pounds
of Nitrate of Soda.
They will all repay you for that
good "dinner' of plant food by
cherking right up and making
cotton for you to the end of the
season.
Not what we say. But what
clear - headed, practical cotton
growers all around you do. They
make dollars - and - cents profits
feeding their cotton at chopping
time with this one food that car
ries it on to a high yield maturity.
And Nitrate of Soda gives the same
money - making results when side
dressed on corn.
Just cut out this advertisement and
write your name and address in the
margin. Then mail it to us. We will
send you, without one penny of cost
our little book "Side-Dressing Cotton
and Corn." Our manager is a practical
cotton grower and knows just what
conditions call for here in the Old
North State. N.Csj
City Market Installs
Frigidaire This Week
Tiie management of the Ci'y Mar
ket antiounoeii the installation of a
Urge electric frigidaire. The market
i..- manured by Messrs. J. P. Pender
and J. H. Ward.
Biliie Baxter, of Norfolk, has been j
ii> town this week.
——-
Poor Fertliziers
May Be Corrected
By SiJe Dressing
Under the uncertain conditions pre
vailing at the beginning of this cot- 1
tott growing mason, many tanner*
may have varied tlic.r u-u-. fcrU..~cr
practice. True economy Is always de- |
nirable, but buying low grade fertilizer j
never is. It is a cane of belug "penny
wise and pound foolish."-'Poor fer* 4
tilizer ineaiis a poor crop.
Fortunately, there still remains'a
remedy this season for the farmer j
whose cotton got oft to u poor start as
n result of using Insufficient or Im
proper fertilizer at planting time. If j
cotton plants appear poor and under j
nourished they are probably hungry j
r«r nitrogen. The surest and quickest |
vay to feud this nitrogen to the cot I
on Is by applying a readily available j
plant food like nitrate of soda. The j
ippllpaliou should be from 150 to 200 j
pounds of soda per acre, put on one j
ide of the row four or six Inches
from tho cotton with a distributor or j
Oy hand. This Is the method ap
proved by leading agricultural experl !
ment stations.
Applications made Immediately af ;
tor chopping will generally be found
most satisfactory Late side dress
ugs do not ordinarily pay as well as
he earlier ones.
AN APPUM IATIOV
I take this opportunity to sincerely
thank each and everyone for their
ready response tu the lire alarm Wed
nesday night and through- whose
prompt and efficient jyorlc the main
tenant bujldijuc JKu& saved ami dam
ages confined to two- small out-build
i»'K--
S. S. BAILEY.
NOTICE OF CANDIDACY
At the request of many friends, 1
hereby announce myself an independ
. i:t candidate for the office of town
| commisstoner in the election to be
[ held May 3, 1927. Any support ae
i i>«led me will he gratefully apprcci-
Ulwl.
Ap22-2t W. H. CRAWFORD.
I WANT TO ANNOUNCE THAT
from now on, 1 will run my general
repair shop on a wt ritcly cash basis.
H. D. Harrison, Bear Grass. 2t
THE ENTERPRISE WILLIAMSTON. N. C.
WANTS!
WATER GROUND MEAL
We grind .corn only on Tuesday,
Friday and Saturday of each week.
Tiiis rule applys to all and in no case
will it be broken. We make the b%st
meal in North Carolina and can sup-;
ply you an unlimited quantity.
HARDISON'S MILL
Williamston, N. C. R.'"F. D. 4
FOR SALE OR RENT: NICE HOME
in heart of town, all modern con- j
veniences. See R. J. Peel. Apls-4
FORD TRUCK FOR SALE: IN GOOD
condition and will be sold at your,
price. See Harrison Wholesale Co., J
city. al9 2t
THE OLD HOTEL FOR KENT IN
Hamilton, N. C._,J. W. Davenport
R. A. Edmondson, agent. a 1.5 2t
lOR SALE:' MEAT AND LARD. S.
11. Coburn, Jamesville, N. C., Route
No. 2. al2 3tw j
I
A YOUNG GILT, WEIGHING A-j
bout 90 pounds, white with few (
blue kspots, nuarkejj crop and staple'
fork in -the right ear, and over keel
left car, has been in my field 2 weeks, j
Owner please come and pay cost. N.
P. Roberson. Mr 29 Btpd i
500 S. C. Rhode
Island Reds, Pure
Bred
Baby Chicks
For Sale Saturday,
April 23, at sl3 per
hundred
See or Call
R. E. Grimes
. at
Robersonvilk, N. C.
! O- /CIM
fi Th^wei^car
~| I'* > t ' | I There it is, bright and spotless, ready for its first thousand I gHj J
11 uI I 'J j miles of moderate driving to "break it in." |
/ ill Every time you go over it with a duster or chamois to keep
/ Jifjji up its outside appearance—give a moment's thought to the oil. ■
' //// Not only to the amount, not only to the regular crankcase drain- > ImM|| I
J'jlj ing, not only to the grade—but to the quality. Just the difference r] jl m
/ I between unsuitable oil and the constant use of Texaco will have \
/'/// if everything to do with silent and efficient performance later on. \ I )fU
M —keep it new lif\|l
i i / Texaco Motor Oil fights off wear; its body and lubricating quality ■ H "Mf*
•fjp preserve bearings, cylinder walls, pistons and rings. Its visible |l H
and provable freedom from tars, paraffin and gummy residues • l H ■
precludes carbon accumulation. ii u,J
.. , Your insistence on Golden Texaco will be more and more justi- IjH | i~ HB
Buy gasoline y name as y OU drive those tens of thousands of miles with a clean
—TEXACQ—tbe new engine that runs "like new." Let Golden Texaco help you stave JlfflH
9 and better gasoline off motor old-age. Buy your oil under the Texaco trade-mark— i
that .forms a dry gas and identify it by its clean, clear, golden color. 4
THE TEXAS COMPANY, 17 BATTERY PLACE, NEW YORK CITY vIM 'jpTw^
TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS WMI W!
CLEAN. CLEAR. GOLDEN JKO "
TEXACO (#)
MOTOR. Oil.
HARRISON OIL COMPANY I
ond Otis
FOR SALE: MAMMOTH YELLOW
soy beans and Mexican Big 801 l
Cotton Seed; First year from origi
nator. J. S. Whitley, Oakhurst
Farm, Williajnston, N. C. al9 2t
WANNAMAKER CLEVELAND BIG
boll cotton seed for sale. One year
from breeder. $1.26 per bushel. J.
D Leggett, Williamston. als 2tpd
WANTED: TO KNOW WHERE
abouts of Noah Godard, formerly of
311 Houghton St., Williamston, N. C.
S> nd particulars to Harrison, Vulcan
ize, 110 Merrick Road & Cumberland
St., Jamacia, New York.. als 2t
NOTICE OF SALE
Under anil by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain deed
of trust executed on the 23rd of
February, 1925, by 4. G. Godard, and
ol record in the- public registry of
Martin County, in book A-2, at page
303, said deed of trust being given to
secure the payment of certain notes
of even date and tenor therewith, and
the stipulations in said deed of trust
r.ot having b»en complied with, and at
The City Market
Bids for your trade on the
merits of it • meats, which are
very choice; on prompt de
livery se!"V?ce and on a fair
dealing basis.
We have just installed an up to date
FriflriHa s .rc, and we guarantee our every
sale.
City Market
J. P. PENDER J. H. WARD
PHONE 52 PHONE 139
the request of the parties interested,
the undersigned trustee will on the
19th day of May, 1927, at 12 o'clock
ni., at the courthouse door in the town
of Williamston, N. C., offer for sale
to the highest bidder for cash at pub
lic auction the following described
tracts of land, to wit:
Ist tract: Tract of land in the town
of Williamston, on the south side of
Main Street, bginning at Henry Rog
ers' corner, a Stake; thence from his
corner up and along Main Street 122
1-2 feet or 40 5-6 yards to Lizzie
Slight's comer; thence along her lins
to a stake in the back line; thence
down said back line 122 1-2 feet, or
40 5-6 yards to Henry Rogers' cor
ner; thence along his line N. 31 W.
about 112 yards to the beginning, and
bring the same property conveyed to
S. R. BIGGS
UNDERTAKER
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
EMBALMER
J. G. Godard by deed from J. R. Rob
rson on the 22nd day of April, 1924,
and of record in the public registry
of Martin County in book M-2, at
page 305.
2nd tract: A tract of land and im
provements thereon on the south side
of Main Street adjoining the land of
Biggs property, Joe Griffin property,
and Herbert. Peel, Main Street, in the
town of Williamston, N. C., and
Smithwick Street in said town, and
being the identical property in said
town of Williamston, whereon the J.
G. Godard building is located.
The above tracts of land and im
provements are the same as conveyed
in deed of trust recorded in book A-2,
at page 303 of the Martin County reg
istry, to which reference is made for
a more perfect description.
WHEELER MARTIN,
a 22 4tw Trustee.
Robert L. Coburn, attorney.
GUARANTEED
We rebuild shoes, an art that
has saved Americans thousands
of dollars in shoe bills in the
last five years.
No cobbling job—but as hign
grade work as comes from the
factory when shoes are new.
Do not risk health with damp
or wet feet during the cold
spring months. If the uppers
are good, we can make your
shoes new at less than half the
cost of a new pair.
PROMPT SERVICE
SALSBURY ELECTRIC
SHOE SHOP
    

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