MOTHER'S DAY PROCLAMATION BY GOVERNOR The following proclamation was re cently issued from the Governor's of ticj at Raleigh: "Nor.ii Carolina ha* put the seal ol lesisiati ve approval on Mother's Day, which occurs each year on the second Sunday in May and calls for a proclamation by the Governor re questing its proper observance. For me, no duty has been more pleasant than the performance of this obliga tion. In annually proclaiming this t!cy, 1 have not only complied with the statute, but have experienced a .sense of solemn satisfaction in being able thus to add my feeble tribute to the greatest of all human beings —Mother. "Mother's Day this year falls on May Bth, next Sunday, and I hereby issue my proclamation, setting it a side as a day on which every North Carolinian is urged to pause and pay reverent homage to the woman who bore him, whether she Still lives or has passed to the Great Beyond to join the innumerable throng of moth ers triumphant. If she still lives, wear a red rose in,, her honor ana show, her some special attention; visit her, write her a letter; lay your heart as a tribute at her feet. If she has passed, wear a white rose in her memory and resolve to let this em blem of purity inspire you to nobler living in the future. "There are many lessons in the ob servance of Mother's Day that it, would be well for each of us to learn. The greatest of these being the les son of love. Every mother has risk ed Fier* own life that life might con tinue on the earth, and ti-ken the fear of death out of the hearts of their.loved ones by their triumphant entry into "that home not n.ade with hands, eternal in the heav ens." They have blazed the trail to nobler living on earth; they have pointed the way tc God above. There fore, let us all rentier to motherhood the homage that i sdue it, each mak ing an individual application of the meaning of Mother's Day. In witness whereof, 1 have here unto set my hand and caused to be affixed the seal of the State of North Carolina. "Done at our city of Kaleigh, this the 2nd day of May, in the year 19*27, uiul in the one hundred and fifty-first year of our American Independence. "ANGUS W. McLEAN, (Seal) "Governor." ROBERSONVILLE SCHOOL NEWS In the early spring Superintendent 11. 1. Leake proposed a "Keep Room CI, an" contest. The successful grade in.both elementary and high school was promised a halif holiday. The fudges, MesdamCs V. A. Ward, G. H. Cox, and W. K. Jenkins, came to the nLool whenever they saw fit ana diarted the scores that'they felt the rooms scored for each time. '1 hey made it a point to vary the day and hour upon which they would visit, so art to see the rooms as they were or dinarily kept. Much real enthusiasm was manifested throughout the school. In fact, the school rooms be came at once very decidedly home- Ike and invitinje. After an extended period of constant rivalry the judges .bunded in the total scores. These, when tallied, proved the first and /leventh grade winners. So Friday afternoon, April 29, was given them n; a holiday. Seniors Enjoy Luncheon Nine of the senior class enjoyed the elaborate luncheon served in their lienor by the eighth grade home eco nomics girls on Saturday evening, April 30. The girls, as babies, wel comed the seniors, to whom they had given senior hats. From then on fun and food made a delightful sand wich. Home Economics Girls Entertain Hail Hail Hail Insure Your Tobacco Now IN THE OLD RELIABLE ' V ' ' • ~t 4 ■V, • I . . *«> Home Insurance Company ( WE GUARANTEE YOU SERVICE AND PROTECTION ) ~ > Call or Write K. B. Crawford AGENT, WILLIAMSTON, N. C. *1 e> On Thursday evening, April 28, the tenth year home economics girls en tertained a few frienas and honored guests at a luncheon. Pink honey suckle and dogwood gave the room an invitings The food pre pared by the girls was rather at tractive and was enjoyed by those present. Games and laughter added to the pleasure of the guests. Don't forget that you are cordially invited to enjoy the commencement program*. Do your bit by attending! (The material below was unavoid ably crowded out of our last issue.— Ed.) Senior Honor Students It is oftentimes easy to maintain a good average for one year, but to hold a standing for four yjars Ts~not sc easy. The honors of the senior class are granted to students on a SPECIAL NOTICE FOR LISTING TAXES Notice is hereby given to all persons in Martin County required to list property or poll for taxation, must list their taxes dur ing* the month of May. After May 31st the tax list for this coun ty will be closed. Attent ion is also called to the fact that Failing to list Will Result in Your Being DOUBLE TAXED You are required by law to meet the list takers of the townslijps below and list„all real and personal property. All faimers must come prepared to list the number of acres of each kind of crops, including fruit trees and truck, as required by an act of the last General Assembly. This is for sta tistical purposes and not for taxation. Please do not fail to see the list takers before May 31st. Positively no extension of time will be given. You are urged to see the tax lister in your township as early as possible, as it will save time and prevent a last-minute rush. O. W. Hamilton Jamesville Joshua L. Coltrain Williams Ephraim Peel ...1... Griffins B. S. Cowin Bear Grass Roy T. Griffin ' Williamston C. B. Roebuck Cross Roads J. Haywood Everett Robersonville Leroy Taylor Poplar Point W. S. Rhodes Hamilton J. F. Crisp Goose Nest 'basis of grades made during the four ' years they have been in the high achool. It might be of general inter est to see how closejy two boys ran for the first honor and to notice the respective grades made by other hon ! or students of the senior class of '27. The averages for their work, from j the freshman year the ser j enth month of the senior year are: John W. Wynne, 89.125; Irving I Mason, 89.110; Carrie Lee Koberson, 4 5f1.825; Thurston Weaver, 85.98; Ma ! mie Mobley, 84.77; Margaret Rose, ! 83.85; Edward Grimes, 82.70. , Eleventh Grade Wins Picture j The eleventh grade again won the | picture at the parent-teacher associa tion mating on Thursday •evening, | April 21. It has gone to the seniy ; each time with the exception of one. Hence it is now "theirs for keeps." THE ENTERPRISE WILLIAMOTON, V. C. SHERIFF'S SALE of LAND for TAXES i SALE OF LAND FOR TAXES 1, H. T. Roberson, official tax collector for Martin County, have this day levied on the following tracts or pare e lk of land and will sell the same at public auciton, for cash, at the courthouse door of Martin County, in the town of Williamston, on June 6th, 1927, at 12 o'clock m., for taxes due and I unpaid for the year 1926, unless the taxes and costs are paid on or before ! that day. | This the 3rd day of May, 1927. H. T. ROBERSON, Tax Collector. Jamesville Township, White Tsxcfs Cont Tot&l | Oresa Ange, 22 acres, residence 17.99 1.80 19.79 1 1. M. Ange, 23 1-2 acres W. D. An#e land T 9.48 1.80 11.28 'P. W. Brmkley, 1 lot, Water St. - 3.26 1.80 6.06 iH. M. Bunas, 5 acres Cooper's Swamp .82 1.80 2.62 iT. 11. Burras heiru, 30 acres Swamp 22.01 1-80 23.81 Carrie A. Davenport, 143 acres Jones land, 117- •'acres A. E. Ange land 326.16 1.80 327.96 Mrs. S. J. Davie, 250 acres S. S. Davis land 83.25 1.80 • ~ ■ 86.05 J. G. Godard, 37 acres James land, 37 acres W. T. Bobbins land, 417 acres Jones land, 20 acres Harrison land 202.19 1.80 203.99 Minnie Harden, 1 residence and mill, 1 vacant lot 112.47 1.80 114.27 L. W. Harden, 56 acres res., 40 acres res. „ 64.33 1.80 66.13 W. H. Hardison, 30 acres residence 21.28 1.80 23.08 'U. S. Hassell Estate, 75 acres Brown lot 36.96 1.80 38.76 11. C. Jackson, 1 residence r 32.60 1.80 34.40 iJ.& W. Ijand Co., 4,000 acres Pocosin 212.80 1.80 214.60 I Tom Lucas, 300 acres Warren Neck . 61.20 1.80 63.02 I Wheeler Martin, trustee, 83 a. H. G. Simpson land 45.90 1.80 47.70 Annie Mizelle, 6 acres W. T. Mizelle land 22.95 1.80 24.75 IC\ W. Mizelle, 45 a. Davis land, 22 a. Novels land 60.77 1.80 63.57 11. W. Mizelle, 7 acres Mizelle land 1.53 1.80 3.33 | John A. Mizelle, 7 acres Mizelle land .. 1.53 1.80 3.33 W. T. Mizelle, 22 acres woods land __ 3.37 1.80 6.17 Clyis Modlin, 101 a. res., la.T. A. Davis land, bal. 19.36 1.80 21.16 Jim Ed Moore, 19 acres Gilbert Moore land 19.89 1.80 21.69 W. W. Robe-rson, 15 acres residence and mill 34.06 1.80 35.86 N. B. Roberson, 90 acres residence 52.60 1.80 54.40 J. E. Sexton, 105 acres residence 1 I 54.89 1.80 56.69 ) W. C. & Geo. Sexton, 55 acres Sexton land "" 39.90 , 1.80 41.70 !M. D. Smithwick, 1 lot and residence 1 26.91 1.80 28.71 |W. W. Waters, 1 res., 1 lot and whse., 1 Kempt lot 78.37 1.80 80.17 Jamesville Township, Colored } Windsor Alexander Estate, 1 lot ; 8.15 1.80 9.95 iJ. W. Ange, 1-2 acre Barnes land .83 1.80 2.63 | M >urning Bell, 1 lot 6.12 1.80 7.92 I Annie M. Boston, 42 acres Gilbert Boston land, 47 I acrus residence . 64.58 1.80 66.38 , Levi Boston, 1 lot, J. G. Godard ' 7.65 1.80 9.45 ! Lucrotia Boston, 5b acres residence 30.60 1.80 32.40 Maude Boston, 18 acres A. L. Cordon land 11.49 1.80 13.29 | Willie D. Boston, 44 acres Geo. Boston land, 17 acres r-sadonce, 10 Jicres Jas. Cordon land 4H.32 1.80 60.12 IMi run la Boston, 1C acres woods land 1 4.59 1.80 6.39 Robert Boston, 21 acres residence ... 16.17 1.80 17.9' i jJ. P. Butler Estate, 1 lot and store 16.30 1.80 18.10 I Samuef Cherry, 2.'i acres L. G. Waters land 20.67 1.80 22.47 j iGordon, Smith & Cordon, 18 acres, A. L. Cordon land 11.49 1.80 13.29 |J. C. Cordon Est., 48 acres res., 7 acres lirooks land 36.72 1.80 38.52 ; William S. Conloii, 1 residence 8.21 1.80 10.01 | Ellen Daniel' Estate, 12 acres mill road 3.26 1.80 5.06 IJ. Richard Davis, 1 lot 8.15 1.80 9.95 I'eter Dickens, I lot 8.15 1.80 9.95 W. H. Ellison, 2 lots and residence, bal. 17.00 1.80 18.80 ;M. F. Forrest Estate, 2& acres residence 10.71 1.80 12.51 ' Warren Hill Estate, 40 acres residence . 35.19 1.80 36.99 Clutrlie James, 24 acres Wynn land, 143 acres Tur key Neck, 4 acres residence 60.71 1.80 62.51 W. R. James, 58 acres residence 40.85 1.80 42.66 j Mfory L. Jones, 43 acres Reddick land 16.30 1.80 18.1(1 B. F. Keys, 32 acres Boyd land 25.38 1.80 27.18 O. V. Keys, 10 acres wood land, 2 acres residence 22.90 1.80 24.70 Sarah J. Mooro, 35 acres residence 28.51 1.80 30.31 Alice Sykes. 66 acres' residence 52.99 1.80 54.79 Minnie Walker, 27 acres Mill Road ; 27.38 1.80 20.18 .). E. Whitehurst, 7 1-2 acres residence 6.12 1.80 7.82 j Will Wooteji, 25 acres Davis land __ _ 9.81 1.80 11.61 Williams Township, While J. G. Godard, 6 acres Plas Gexlaid, 35 acres Henry Carson, 50 acres Paymon Gorham 19.03 1.80 20.83 Sudie Roberson Heirs, 50 acres Eason land, bal. 3.97 1.80 6.77 Flank Wells, 8 acre's residence 7.59 1.80 9.39 Mrs. Glennie Wilkins, 22 acres residence 6.65 1.80 8.45 Williams Township, Colored I Ethline Carson, 12 acres Lee land 4.32 1.80 6.12 Maggie Clark, 13 acres Lee lam I 4.67 1.80 6.47 John Cherry, 25 acres residence 9.11 1.80 10.91 Wiley C. Green, 32 acres Inland, 4 acres Knight, 1 acre residence 11.97 1.80 13.77 Patt.y Hathaway Heirs, 26 acres Sykes land 7.08 1.80 9.78 Cloasie Griffin Hfcirs; 7 acres residence 2.66 1.80 4.46 Rose Hill, 88 acres Keys land 10.64 1.80 12.44 Tom Hardison, 10 acres Whit Harilison land ; 2.99 1.80 4.79 George Lyon, 5 acres residance, 5 acres Perry land i 9.45 1.80 11.25 Charlie Lee, 90 acres Smith land ■_ 37.64 1.80 39.44 liomulus Moore, 62 acres residence 30.46 1.80 82.26 Sudie Roberts, 10 acres Island land 8.99 1.80 6.79 Griffins Township, White Ijes'.ie B. Ilcrry, 700 acres Jamesville Road 47.40 1.80 49.20 Mrs. Sophia J. Gray, 5 acres residence 1.43 1.80 3.23 J. &W. Uind Company, 11,000 acres Dismal 695.20 1.80 697.02 louise Lilley, 75 acres residence 25.06 1.80 26.85 I Mrs. S. 11. Perry, 150 acres residence 42.90 1.80 44.70 Griffins Township, Colored j George Butler, 25 acres residence, 44 acres Thrower land, 35 acres Perry land, bal. 7.07 1.80 8.87 ! Chelsia Woolad, 64 acres residence 28.60 1.80 30.40 ! Hyman Woolard, 20 acres Ijanier land 7.16 1.80 8.85 Bear Grass Township, \yhite I MoJlie Guitfanus, lo acres Rullock ; 7.88 1.80 9.68 Henry Lejrgefct, 20 acres mill poivd 1.79 1.80 3.69 | John E. Mizelle, 60 acres res., 80 acres old res. 51.66 1.80 63.46 I ii. F. Reel, 31 acres res., 13 acres adj. G. A. Peel 36.61 1.80 38.41 J 1.. K. Rawls Estate, 30 acres adj. H. Rogers 19.31 1.80 21.11 I W. E. RodKerson, 4 acres Rodger.s land 2.86 1.80 4.66 Sarah M. Whitaker, 60 acres Whitaker land 17.89 1.80 19.69 Williamston Township, White j Geo. C. Bunch, 1 residence 25.87 1.80 27.67 :H. M. Burras, 2 vacant lots, 1 residence '76.01 1.80 77.81 Mrs. Nancy Cherry, 1 residetnee, bal. 8.11 1.80 9.91 I Ciitc her & Critcher, 2 res., 3 vacant lots 56.24 1.80 68.04 11. D. Critcher, 1 residence 51.90 1.80 53.70 i U. A. Cullipher, 130 acres Turner land, 10 acres Cul j lipher land 118.59 1.80 120.39 J. G. Godard. jr., 136 acres Mizelle land 86.67 1.80 88.47 J. G. Godard, 130 acres Rodgers land, 2 Smithwick I lots, 2 Bagley lots, 2 lots, Main St., 1 lot on Haughton St., 1 lot Crawford St, 1 vacant lot, 1 lot Warner, 1 stockade 506.73 1.80 607.63 |C. H. Godwin, 350 acres Staton land 88.26 1.80 90.06 Mary P. Godwin, 80 acres Bennett land,"! residence, j 1 lot Elm St. __*s» 169.60 1.80 161.30 11. F. Godwin, 36 acres Burras land, 20 acres Tyner land 15.88 1.80 17.68 S. E. Hardison, 1 vacant lot 1.73 1.80 3.58 John L. H. us.sell, 1 residence Smithwick, bal. 185.38 1.80 187.18 Mary Ix>e Hassell, 1 residence Main St., and 1 ga rage, 4-7 interest liassell 238.74 1.80 240.54 C. B. Hassell, 1-7 interest Hassell 37.83 1.80 89.63 Mrs. Fannie M. Hassell, 2 stores Main St 86.50 1.80 88.30 IW. J. Hunter, 1 lot, Watts Grove 8.65 1.80 10.46 M. G. Jones, 1 lot, Haughton Street 6.07 1.80 7.87 !W. H. Leggett, 1 res., 1926 taxes and 1925, unlisted _ 227.94 1.80 229.74 j Wheeler Martin, 1 residence, 2 lots Hamilton Road _ 72.08 1.80 73.6® Martin & Fowden, 2 lots Watts Grove 44.13 1.80 45.93 j Moore, Crawford & Martin, 2 stores Main St. 121.10 1.80 122.90 IM. H. Price, I lot Hyman St 7.19 1.80 8.99 j Mary Rawls Estate, 25 acres adj. Taylor 3.45 t.BO 6.26 C. R. Roberson, 8 acres Ramos land 4.84 1.80 6.64 I Staton & Godwin, 1-2 int. 100 acres Craft land, 150 acres Pones land, balance J 24.15 1.80 26.95 Mrs. R. Sumara, 1 res. Smithwick St. 40.67 1.80 42.47 |J. B. Waters Estate, 1 res. Main St. 43.25 1.80 45.06 W. T. Ward, 2 lots Railroad St 22.49 1.80 24.29 ] Ward A Critcher, 2 lots Ray St 41.62 1.80 43.32 |W. R. Whitley, 375 acres residence, bal. 45.91 1.80 47.71 B. D. Wynne, 1 lot Pine Street. : 6.39 1.80 8.11 Williamston Township, Colored * W. M. Andrews, 1 residence 12.38 1.80 14.18 Burgess Heirs, 1 lot 12.88 1.80 ' 14.18 Jane A. Britt, 1 tot 17.30 I.Bft 19.1C Eddie Brown, 1 lot, balance 5.66 • 1.80 7.3fc Elijah Brown, 1 residence 11.63 1.80 13.38 W. R. Evans, 26 acres Tyner land 9.26 1.80 11.W Henry F. Everett, 1 residence, 2 lots 34.66 1.80 36.48 Fidelity Manufacturing Co., 1 garage , 26.95 1.80 27.71 • Bryant Gainor, 1 lot, balance i 6.88 1.80 7.11 Australia Gorham, 1 tot 2.61 1.80 4.41 Andrew Jones, 1 tot 12.11 1.80 13.91 Williams Little, 1 tot 8.99 1.80 , 5.7S Manola Lloyd, 1 residence 4.34 1.80 6.14 Claude Matthews, 1 residence 8.92 1.80 10.71 Eliza Moore Estate, 2 residences .... 25.96 1.80 27.71 W. V. Ormond, 1 res., balance 79.00 1.80 80.8 C Henry Peel, 69 acres residence . 26.22 IJO 28.05 Tobe Purvis, 1 lot 8.14 1.80 9.94 S. R. Roebuck, 1 residence 18.84 1.80 15.64 John Rhodes Estate, 1 Sheppard Rice, 1 residence, balance 7.96 1.80 9.7 '"'_'• \ • " Moses Koberson, balance 8 acres Tyner land 6.00 IJO 6.80 r Beulah Koberson, 1 lot .69 1.80 2.49 t lien Scott, 35 acres Outterb ridge, 1 res. Main St. 26.58 1.80 28.38 i Bessie Scott, 1 residence i 11.26 1.80 13.06 I W. A. Sherrod, 1 lot = 8.65 1.80 10,46 ! Abe Spruill, 1 residence 8.07 1.80 9.87 John Terry, 1 lot 3.73 1.80 6.53 G. M. White, 1 residence 38.86 1.80 40.66 William Whitley, 1 residence, balance 17.71 1.80 x 9.51 Joe Wilson, 1 residence i 13.26 1.80 16.06 Joseph Wilson, 1 residence 1 16.37 1.80 18.17 Sam Wimbush, 180 acree M6bley , 100.94 1.80 102.74 Cross Roads Township, White 1 N. A. Burroughs Estate, 1 lot 17.30 1-80 19.10 J Mayo Clark, 2 lots i 38.06 1.80 39.86 * Mrs. H. O. Daniel, 1 residence > 29.41 1.80 31.21 I 1 Geo. D. Gurganus, 112 acres residence 68.50 1.80 70.30 , Mrs. Arthur Robersoin, 1 lot 1414. 1.80 16.95 1 Walter & Gurley, 95 acres Leggett ' 42.90 1.80 44.70 ' Wynne, Barn hill & Clark, mill site i-. .73 1.80 2.53 Cross Roads Township, Colored Eli Clark, 45 acres Moore land, balance 34.60 1.80 , 36.30 , W. L. Everett, 11 acres residence 19.05 1.80 ? 20.85 [ L. G. Ewe 11, 1 re.iidencc 14.63 1.80 / 16.33 , John Hill, 12 acres Moore land 12.11 1.80 18.91 ; Claud Jenkins, 91 acres Roebuck land 66.13 1.80 57.93 » Alice Johnson, 8 acres residence 6.92 1.80 8.72 J Amy Roberton, 36 acres Carraway land 26.04 1.80 2d.84 J Delia Slade,' 44 acres Slade land, balance 9.00 1.80 10.80 ■ John A. Spruill, 17 acres Spruill land 23.20 1.80 25.00 : Allen Williams, jr., 160 acres residence 66.55 1.80 68.35 ! Claud W ill lams, 8 acres Moore land 2.61 1.80 4.41 I Jim Wilson, 37 acres Ewells land 27.83 1.80 29.13 Robersonville Township, White \ [ A. L Bellflower, 1 residence . 9.31 1.80 11.1 l ' J. H. Bullock. 98 acres Coburn land 87.60 1.80 89.40 { Mrs. May Belle Bullock, 1 residence 14.63 1.80 16.43 ' Mrs. Delia Bullock, 1 vacant lot 1.33 1.80 3.13 ' 3. Bane, 1 vacant lot PL. —— 2.66 1.80 4.46 ] TJ. L. Cannon, 1 lot » : 39.90 1.80 41.70 i Harvey Farmer, 1 lot -- 4.78 1.80 6.68 I , H. I). Griffin, 1 residence 13.30 1.80 15.10 I ' J. G. Godard, J. E. Moore lot, J. T. Grimes lot, bal. 21.29 1.80 23.09 1 H. A. Gray, 1 residence ' 33.26 1.80 35.05 Mrs. H. A. Gray, 55 acres Andrews, 11 acres adj. Bunting, 36 acres Koberson, 34 acres Mc. Jen kins, 1 store PL., 1 vacant lot PL. 1.80 125.31 ■ Mr 3. Doan Jolly, 1 residence PL. - 1.80 5.79 Fred Jones, 60 acres Powell land, 30 a. Purvis land 91.3pw 1.80 93.11 ! -irthur Johnson, sr., 1 residence 12.94 1^8(Is, 14*74 i ' J. H. Knox, 75 acres Savannah land 11JH> iMt 18.05 i R. L. Nelson, 1 residence PL. —J 18JO 1.80 "x 16.10 Wright Nelson Heirs, 100 acres Savannah land 13.30 IJO 16.10 , Mrs. Ella E. Powell, 1 residence PL. 27.22 1.80 ; R. T. Purvis, 1 resilience Nil IJO «101 Mrs. Hannah Roebuck, 1 res. and 2 lots . ■8.60 T.oO 28.40 J. T. Stokos, 1 garage, Parmcle 15.30 IJO 17.10 ; Mrs. Hattie L. Stokes, 1 1-3 acres Charry lot, 1 res. 60.53 1.80 62.33 A. T. Taylor, 50 acres Ward land 32.69 1.80 34.39 j H. H. Taylor, 34 acres Allen Taylor 6.40 1.80 7.20 C. L. Vick, 1 lot - 4.66 1.80 6.46 I W. A. Vanford, 10 acres residence 52.62 1.80 64.42 ? J. L. and Mattie Williams, 41 acres Coburn land, 57 acres Nelson land, 6 acres mill Co. 106.40 1.80 108.20 Mrs. G. A. Whitehurst, 1 residence PL. 7.98 1.80 9.78 Robersonville Township, Colored ' John Andreks, sr., 1 vacant lot, PL. 2.66 1.80 4.46 Lucius Bellamy, 1 vacant lot 5.87 1.80 7.67 l Y. D. Bonds, 1 vacant lot 11.07 1.80 12.87 i Geo. Bullock, 1 residence ' 11.31 1.80 18.11 J>R. W. Clemons, 1 residence : 18.29 1.80 20.09 i'J. T. Chance, 1 vacant lot PL. 8.18 IJO 9.98 • W. C. Chance, 43 lots, Parmele 64.34 1.80 56.14 1 | Mary Hugger and Minnie Council, 25 acres home land 27.00 1.80 28.80 > I'loyd Forrest, 2 acres adj. Weaver 2.76 1.80 4.66 ? Mac. G. Gaynor, 1 vacant lot, PL. 6.89 1.80 8.69 ' W. H. Hatch, 10 acres wood land 3.99 1.80 5.79 I Lucy Henby, 100 acres adj. Dagger 6.66 1.80 8.45 Eliza Jones, 1 residence PL. 7.98 1.80 9.78 John H, Jones, 1 residence PL. : 6.61 1.80 7.41 Charlie Jones Estate, 1 residence PL. 12.65 1.80 14.46 ! : Mack Jenkins, 23 acres Cherry mill 49.71 1.80 61.51 f l'earl Jolly, 1 vacant lot, PL. J 1.00 1.80 2.80 ) Jenny Jolly, 1 residence PL. ; 2.66 1.80 4.46 » Etta Little, rSJSftdence PL. 4.99 1.80 6.79 Arthur Mourning, 60 acreti adj. Williams 84.60 1.80 36.30 , L. J. Manning, 52 acres Jas. Andrews land, 103 acres ; Andrews land, 40 acres Car. Nelson, 1 vacant I iot PL. 109.21 1.80 111.01 1 John Pitt Estate, 1 residence and vacant lot 1 6.98 1.80 8.78 j Sila;; Saunders, 1 residence 12.12 1.80 13.92 ' A. J. Wynne, 26 acres home place, 60 acres forest liind 58 acres Moye land, 60 acres Mourning j land, 3 acres Baynor land and 1 vacant lot 169.47 1.80 161.27 i Poplar Point Township, White 5 J. H. Mollis, 4 acres mill land, 16 acres residence, 7 1 1-2 acres Coffield, 30 acres residence t 88.63 1.80 85.43 5 J. T. Hill Estate, 30 acres residence 20.70 1.80 22.60 9 M cv,. E. I). Roebuck Estate, 90 acres residence 75.50 1.80 77.70 W. R. Silverthorne, 53 acres residence 41.40 1.80 4&20 y J. L. Wynne, 200 acres Ballard 110.40 1.80 11120 , Mrs. Maggie Wynne, 38 acres Bettie Bowen, 189 acres Nicholson 71.76 1.80 73.66 5 Hamilton Township, White , 1 0 J. S. Ayers, 168 acres Clemon land, market, 1 res. 91.51 1.80 93.31 Mrs. Ozella Critcher, 170 acres Bennett 67.64 1.80 69.44 J. W. Crisp, 150 acres Johnson, 1 residence, 1 store 1 and stables, 1 vacant lot 93.34 1.80 95.14 3 T. G. Manning, 170 acres residence . 119.63 1.80 121.48 5 B. P. Meyers, balance, 1 reeidenco 61.10 1.80 52.90 J. B. Purvis, 1 residence . « 44.33 1.80 46.13 i J. F. Purvis, 78 acres Haislip, 1 town lot 61.47 1.80 58.27 ® R. T. Purvis, 28 acres Purvis 25.16 1.80 26.96 8 Hamper M. Peel, 19 acres residence, 1 factory lot, 1 1 residence 98.21 1.80 100.01 1 I. B. Pritohett, 160 acres Pippen 88.61 IJO 86.31 6 Henry Perry, 60 acres J. F. Thigpen 36.63 1.80 38.43 9 C. D. Perkins, 1 garage and lot 66.62 IJO 68.42 L. H. Rouse, 107 acree Taylor land 92.49 1.80 94.29 n Mrs. L. H. Rouse, 6 acres Peter Reaves 12.46 IJO 14.26 .' J. H. Rawlt Estate, 1-6 inUrewt C. C. Rawla 67.20 IJO 69.00 . J. H. Sherrod, 664 acres Rainbow 531.91 1.80 588.71 4 W. A. Stoke® Estate, 266 acres Salabury 212.29 1.80 214.09 ' Hamilton Township, Colored Geo. H. Bennett, 4 acres residence 12.20 1.80 14.00 9 Dolphus Brown, 4 acres Baker 1.84 1.80 8.14 7 Henry Bell, 4 acree residence 15.99 1.80 17.79 Ante*: Council, 20 acres residence 18.51 IJO 20.13 Wilson Council, 30 acres residence 22.17 1.80 28.97 Anion Council, 28 acres residence 19.64 1.80 21.44 | C. H. Davis Estate, 123 acres residence 66.60 IJO 68.40 ' William Everett, 50 acres Pender land 28.88 1.80 30.68 Calvin Jones, 130 acres residence 60.76 1.80 62.66 ' Luis Pitts, 130 acres Pftt 66.72 IJO 57.62 Augustus Pitt, 1 lot and packhouse 18.66 LBO 20.46 » Mitchell Peterson, 1 lot 11.22 1.80 18.WJ 8 Layfayette Staton, 64 acres Taylor land, 1 town lot 33.04 1.80 84.84 Goose Nest Township, White 4 Mrs. A. L. Avers, 1 lot C2L 18.12 1.80 14.92 8 Anthony & Thomas, 45 a. Crisp, 500 a. Smith, bal 459.21 1.80 461.09 0 Bell Brown, 89 acres Itodgerf 49.26 1.80 61.66 5, Mrs. Nellie Bunting, 1 residence 16.40 1.80 18.20 7 D. Cowing, 68 acres home place 41.00 1.80 42.80 4 Mrs. W. R. Cherry Estate, 426 acres Cherry 328.00 1.80 329.80 8 D. W. Downs, 600 acres Hitch land 129.66 1.80 181.86 3 C. L Ethoridge, 2 vacant lots 22.78 1.80 24.58 0 Joseph Early Estate, 162 acres Williams, 295 a. res. 498.15 1.80 499.96 9 P. 0. Hi«h, 247 acres Hyman 182.67 1.80 184.47 6 J. H. Moore, 109 acres Craft land 88.59 1.80 90.39 4 T. W. Sills Estate, 32 acres Tyler 13.12 IJO 14.92 Jack Smith, 72 acres Killebrew 64.46 1.80 66.26 5 It L Smith, 712 acres Leggott 710.20 1.80 712.00 7 Mrs. J. W. Stinnette, 74 1-2 acres Bennett 63.32 1.80 56.12 6 L. G. Shields, 168 acres Harrington 189.40 1.80 141.20 9 2 Goose Nest Township, Colored " « Sam- Brown Estate, 20 acres Mayo land 14.76 U0 16.86 a Tom Bell, 20 acres Gorham 12.07 1.80 18.87 Frank 8011, 32 acres M. Bell 26.61 1.80 27.41 Marilla Bryant, 37 acres Harrell, 1 residence 81.16 1.80 82.96 8 Jesse Bryant, 1 residence 11.85 1.80 18.66 8 John C. Bryant, 1 residence 9.51 1.80 11.81 0 David Close, 25 acres residence 86.08 IJO 87 88 b B. W. Dawson, 28 acres home place 62.07 1.80 58.87 3 D. B. Davie, 126 acres Lynch land 63.11 IJO 64.91 6 Judic Ebron, 21 acres Ebron land 13.12 IJO 14.92 ,5 Dempsey Ebron Estate, 160 acres home place 96.12 IJO > 96.92 6 Chanie Gay, 1 vacant lot 1.23 IJO 8.08 8 Mary E. Hyman, 10 acres Jones land 4.92 IJO 6.72 ,1 Henry Jordan, 22 acres home place 17.27 IJO 19.07 H Johnnie Jones, 6 acres Jones land, 1 residence —— 20.67 IJO 22.67 V Richard Jones Estate, 92 acres Savage land 6.66 1.80 BJ6 4 Jim Lynch, 15 acres Harrell land 21J2 IJO 28.12 '2 Nelson 8 1-2 acres residence 8.68 IJO 10.48 6 H. B. Farter, 1 residence : 19.08 1.80 20.88 0 Edna Shields, 210 acres residence 100.42 IJO 102.22 >2 Lena Staton, 33 acres residence 13.45 1.80 15.25 4 Julian Taylor. 6 acres residence 3.28 1.80 6.08 14 Edward G. Williams, 12 acres Lawrence 6.66 IJO 8.96 0 J. E. Williams, 20 acres residence 12.26 IJO 14.05 6 Pollie A. Williams, 1 residence 24i IJO > 4J6 . - •' ' ft * '•»:

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