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The Vacation Problem
What will the thousands of boys,
and girls in the State who are getting
out of school do with themselves the
next four months is about the. big--j
gest question for consideration at the •
present time.
Of course, most of the country chil
dren will be called into the service o*
farm work, where they will get in
touch with real life and get a close
sight at nature.
Some of them will get a glimpse of
the rising sun and hear the early
bird sing and whistle, anil they
hear the insects buzzing. They will
learn the length of a July day, from
suii to sun, with seven hours between
nuals. But the experience is worth
it, for it teaches them to know what
it takes to change the latent powers
of land, sunshine, and lain into life
sustaining crops for food and rat
ment.
This cla.ss of children will be fairly
safe until the school bell rings again.
But what shall we do with the town
youngster, who'lias, nothing to do but
loaf and then loaf some more, is no
small problem.
It is a hard thing to keep idj,t hands
clean, and when the child leaves
school for four months with no work
Utado' utttr"with very little manage
ment, he is almost as sure to reap
trouble as a rudderless ship is to meet |
destruction on a rocky reef.
NOTICE OF SALE
I nder and by virtue of the uuthir
i'.y cntained in that certain deed of
trust executed to the undersigned
rustee, on the 23rd day of Muv, 1924
by I?. O. Martin and wife, and of
record in the public registry of Mai-
Un County ir. Book Q-2 at page 12-',
t.aid deed of trust having be'R given
to secure a certain note of even date
and tenor therewith and the stipula
liens contained in 4-aid deed of truat
not having been complied with and
at the request of the parties interest
ed, the undersigned trustee wili an
Monday the 13th day of'"JOnry P»27
at li t "clock M. in front of the Cour*
Home Door in the Town of William
btcn, N. C. offer for sale at public
auction to the highest bidde- for cash
the following described r.'ai estate:
i'eing lots No. 1 & 3 •rj the sub
diMsion of the James Z. Brown Land
and bounded by Cabin Swamp and
leaver Dam Swamp and running a
long the Avenue through the lands
e.e rhown by Map and measuring on
;.«• me 1575 feet.
This the 12th day of May 1J2.7.
HENRY C, JACKSON,
my-i" 4t Trustee.
Wheeler Martin, Attorney
FOR CONSTIPATION
Munuippi Man Says He Ha*
Found Black-Draught So
Satisfactory, He Has No
Need to Change.
Wiggins, Miss.—Mr. A. L. Cone, a
well known Wiggins resident, says:
"I have used Thedford's Black-
Draught for constipation. I have
never had to take a great deal of
medicine, but for fully 30 years I
have, by using it, known Black-
Draught to be a great medicine, and
when I found it ao satisfactory, 1
haven't seen any need to change.
"When I get constipated, I feel all
out of aorta and fired and sluggish
and I take a few doses of Black-
Draught. It regulates my bowels
*nd I gat all right. My wife takes
mors Black-Draught than I do. She
4a a neat believer in it too, ao we
keep it in the house. It will cleanse
tha system and help you, if you use
it aa we have."
Constipation leads to a great deal
Of sirlmeae among those who do
■ot understand its dangers, and who
naglect to treat it without delay.'
Black-Draught, with the natural,
■mnpt action of ita purely vegeta
ns fogredianta, quickly relieves
OMStipation ana helps to drive oat
t®a yoieons ao aa to leave the
OMMM in a state of healthy activity.
IflM a—'jwhata, 26c. NC-lTt
It is true that some will work. Mosti
of them will claim to want work but
ian find no work that suits them.
| Consequently, they will drift to the
streams and to the plays, and other
places of sport. For this -reason |
there should be great care exercised!
alwut the kind of places they go and j
the kind of people they go with. Es
pecially is this true as to the young I
girls. Automabiling is expensive and
variously dangerous.
It would be a fine thing if every
school 4>oy and girl could have plenty
of work and play during their vaca
tions, so they might return to begin (
the new year a little stronger than I
before.
NOTICE OF SALE OF KKAL j
ESTATE
- Under and by virtue of the power j
cf sale contained in'a certain deed of |
t rust executed to the undersigned ]
i tiustee by John E. Williams and wife,]
Mary A. Williams, on the Ist of Jan- |
uary, -1925, which said deed of trust
is of record in the public registry of
Martin County in book Q-2, at pag-
322, said deed of trust having been
given to secure certain notes of even
date and tenor therewith, and default
having been made in the payment of
the same, and the stipulations con
tained in the said deed of trust not
having been complied with, and at
the request of the holder of the jsaid
notes the undersigned trustee will on
Saturday, the 11th day of June, 1927,
j at 12 o'clock in., in front of the court*
j house door in the town of William
ston, N. C., offer for sale to the high-
I est bidder for cash the following le
A
COTTON PLANT
is
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YOU know how easy it is for milk flow
to drop off before spring pasturage
picks up. And you know, too, how the
right kind and quantity of food will keep
up a heavy milk production. .«
You know that by feeding cotton plants
liberally they are bound to make a heavy
cotton production.
The feed you give those cotton plants
Charlotte, N. C. mus t be right kind and right quantity.
J. L. Orr, reports an in- Best results seem to come from 150 to
creaac of 600 Jba. of aeed nAA , , ... , c , •
cotton an mere from the 200 UndS ° f N,trate ° f a PP l,ed
use of 200 pounds of as a side-dressing at chopping time.
Nitrate of Soda as a side- This is especially needed if you have
dreasmi in addition to , . , . ~ .
regular fertilisation. cottonseed meal or some other Slow.
acting source of ammonia under your
plants. For cotton needs the strong,
quick-acting "soda" in order to set its squares
and make progress ahead of the boll weevil.
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Your cotton plants, getting this food right when
they need it most, will yield you many extra
pounds of cotton, over and above the crops you
can get off of fields that are not side-dressed.
After all, there is no proof for any man so strong
as trying it for himself. If you feel that way, we
' suggest that you try side-dressing
( ~ I your Cotton this year-right after chop
r - /IT' ping—with 150 to 200 pounds of Nitrate
lam a great believer in * * (
the use of Nitrateof Soda of Soda.
Last year, I applied one- ... ....
fourth sodaatpiantingand And try side-dressing corn. It will pay
three-fourths at chopping well, too. L
on my entire crop, averag
ing a little more than 500 j us t cut out this advertisement and
lb.. on each acre planted. your name and #ddreßß the
" " Bu "" d margin. Then mail it to us. We will
U. send you, without one penny of cost,
ouf b°°k "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.C.J*
Chilean Nitrate of Soda
Educational Bureau
220 Professional Bldg, Raleigh, N. C.
scribed real estate, to wit:
First tract: Lying on both sides of
the A. C. L. railroad near Wiltz Sid
ing, bounded on the north by the
lands of Buck Williams, on the east
by the lands of Kansom Roberson, on
the south by the lands of J. M. Hope'
well, and on the west by the lands of
Noah Roberson and Henry Riddick,
containing 5.0 acres, more or less, and
being the same land whereon Join
E. Williams and wife, Alary A. Wil
liams, now live, and being the same
land to John E. Williams.
Second tract: Containing 154 acres,
more or Ifess, and bounded on the
north by S. S. Hadley, on the east by
Gus Lanier, on the south by Georgi
anna, Cotaneh, and on the west by
Joe Davenport, being more commonly
ki.own as the Bettie Williams land.
Third tract: Containing 55 acres, 1
more or less, bounded on the north by
the liell heris, on the east by the
Bell heirs, on the south by L. H. Wil
liams, and on the west by J. L. Co»>
train, and being more commonly
known as the Dempsey tract of lsfnd.
The three above tracts of land be
ing all of the land nous owned by
John E. Williams and wife, Mary A.
Williams, located in Williams Town
ship, Martin County, North Carolina.
This the 11th day of May, 1927.
ELBERT S. PEEL,
r yl3 4tw Trustee.
NOTRE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the author
ity contained in that certain deed of
trust on the 27th day of June, 1921,
and of record in the public registry
o f Martin County in Book S-l at
page 73, by S. J. Parisher, said deed
of trust having been given to secure
a note of even date and enor there
with, and the stipulations contained
in said deed of trust not having been
complied with and at the request of
the parties interested, the undersign
ed trustee will on Monday, June 13,
1927 at 12 &'clock M. in front of the
Court House Door in the Town of
Williamston, N. C. offer for sale at
public auction, to the highest bidder
for cash, the following described
property:
Beginning on the Williamston and
Jamesviile Road, in the corner of the
land belonging to the Jame* E. Wil
liams heirs; thence running Southerly
witlw said line to a ditch, thence
Southwesterly along saicl ditch to the
Burger line, the run of Peter Swamp;
thence up said Burger line with the
run of Peter Swamp to the William
ston and Jamesviile Road, thence a
long the Williamston and Jamesviile
Road to the beginning containing 6
acres more or less and being the
same land that was conveyed to S. J.
Parisher by deed from Grover F.
Godard and W. K. Godurd dated 30th
day of November, 1920 and of record
in the public registry of Martin
Ctunty in Book D-2 at, page 686.
This the 12th day of May, 1927.
WHEELER MARTIN,
my-13-4t Trustee.
THE ENTERPRISE WILLIAMBTOW, N. C.
WANTS
STRAYED: ONE RED YEARLING
with white mark in forehead; stray
ed from my home week before last;
was last seen at Noah Roberson'S
Cost of takiag up And caring for year
ling will vc ji'aid upon notifying
Armanda Yeats, route 4, Box 42. It
NICE POLAND CHINA PIGS, 3
months old, entitled to registration,
for sale. Henry E. Griffin, route 4,
Williamston, N. C. • It
WHEN IN NEED OF CUT FLOW
ers, funeral designs, etc., call Mrs.
II B. York, City. mylO 2t
May-June Chick PRICES SMASHED
Flocks bloodtested, State inspected,
ship daily prepaid per 25 50 100 500
W. & Br. Leg. Anc. 3.50 $6 9.75 $47
Reds, Rocks 3.75 $7 12.00 $5"
Buff Orp. Wyan., 4.00 $7 13.00 S6O
Free yrs. subscription Poultry Journal
7 C. A. NORMAN, Knoxville, Tenn. t
NOTICE OF SALE
I'nder and by virtue of the authori
ty contained in that certain deed oi
trust executed to the undersigned
trustee on the 23rd day of
by N. R. Manning and wife and of
record in the public registry of Mar
tin County in Book Q-2 at page 123,
said deed of trust having been given
to secure a note of even date and
tenor therewith and the stipulations
contained in said deed of trust net
ha\ing been complied with and at
the request of the parties intereste i,
the undersigned trustee will on Mon
' (iay, June 13th, 11)27 at 12 o'clock
M. in front of the court house door in
the Town of Williamston, N. C. offer
for sale at public auction to '.he
highest bidder for cash, the follow
ing describe)! property:
A one-half undivided interest in
lands described as follows: On the
North by lands of Joe Modlin on tne
East by Jamesville and Washington
Land Co. on the South by Jamesvilli
ant Washington Land Co. on the
north by Grimshaw Land containing
100 acres more or Jess and known as
Grimshaw Land, this being one-half
Grimshaw Land.
SECOND THACT: Bounded on 'he
North by J. E. Manning and N. R.
SALE OF LANI) FOB TAXES
I, H. T. lioberson, official tax collector for Martin County, have this day
levied on the following- tracts or parcels of land and will sell the same at
public aucito/i, 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
unpaid for the year 1926, unless the taxes and tottta are paid on or before
Uiat day.
This the .'ird day of May, 1927.
H. T. ROBEItSON, Tax Collector.
Ja mesville Township, White
Taxes Cost Total
Oresa Ange, 22 acres, residence 17.98 1.80 19.79
I. M. Ange, 23 1-2 acres W. D. Ange la*ul 9.48 1.80 11.28
P. VV. Bnnkley, 1 lot, Water St. 3.26 1.80 . , 5.06
H. M. Hurras, 5 acres Cooper's Swamp .82 1.80 2.62
T. H. Hurrah heirs, 30 acres Cooper's Swamp 22.01 1.80 23.81
Carrie A. DaVanport, 143 acres Jones land, 117
acres A. E. Ange land ___ 326.16 1.80 327.96
Mrs. S. J. Davits, 250 acres S. S. Davis land 83.26 1.80 85.06
J. G. Godurd, 37 acres James land, 37 acres W. T.
Bobbins lund, 417 acres Jones laml, 20 acres
Harrison land _ i - 202.19 1.80 203.99
Minnie Harden, 1 residence and mill, 1 vacant lot 112.47 1.80 114.27
E. W. Harden, 56 acres res., 40 acres ros. 54.33 1.80 „ 66.13
H. C. Jackson, 1 residence ItT- 1 32.60 1.80 34.40
J. &W. 1 jarwl Co., 4,000 acres l'ocosin 212.80 1.80 214.60
Wheeler Martin, tiustee, 83 a. H. G. Simpson land 45.90 1.80 47.70
John A. Mizelle, 7 acres Mizelle land ! 1.53 1.80 3.33
Clyde Modlin, 101 a. res., Ja.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. lioberson, 15 acres residence and mill 34.06 1.80 36.86*
N. It. lioberson, 90 acres residence ___ 62.60 1.80 64.40
M, D. Smith wick, 1 lot and residence 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 8.16 1.80 9.96
! Annie M. Bonbon, 42 acres Gilbert Uoston land, 47
acres residence 64.58 1.80 66.38
Levi Boston, 1 lot, J. G. Godard 7.65 1.80 9.46
Luerotia Boston, 68 acres residence , „ 30.60 1.80 32.40
Maude Boston, 18 acres A. L. Cordon land 11.49 1.80 13.29
WillieJ). Boston, 44 acres Geo. Boston land, 17 acres
residence, 10 acres Jas. Cordon land I 48.32 1.80 60.12
Miranda Boston, 1€ acres woods land 4.69 1.80 6.39
Robert Boston, 21 acres residence 16.17 1.80 17.9"!
J. P. Butler Estate, 1 lot and store 16.30 1.80 18.10
Samuel Cherry, 2t acres 1,. G. Waters land 20.67 1.80 22.47
Cordon, Smith & Cordon, 18 acres, A. L. Cordon land 11.49 1.80 13.29
J. C. Cordon Est., 48 acres res., 7 acres Brooks land 36.72 1.80 38.62
William S. Cordon, 1 residence 8.21 1.80 10.01
Elleai Daniel Estate, 12 acres mill road 3.26 1.80 5.06
l'eter Dickens, 1 lot 8.16 1.80 9.95
W. H. Ellison, 2 lots and residence, bal. 17.00 1.80 18.80
M. F. Forrest Esitate, 26 acres residence 10.71 ,1.80 12.61
Warren Hill Instate, 40 acres residence 36.19 1.80 36.99
W. R. James, 58 acres residence 40.86 1.80 42.66
Mary 1* Jones, 43 acres lteddick land 16.30 1.80 18.10
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 §4.70
Sarah J. Moore, 35 acres, residence 28.51 1.80 30.31
Minnie Walker, 27 acres Mill Road 27.38 1.80 lO.lB
J. E. Whitehumt, 7 1-2 acres residence 6.12 1.80 '">7.82
Will Wootan, 26 acres Davis land :: 9.81 1.80 11.61
Williams Township, White
J. G. Godard, 6 acres Bias Godard, 35 acres Henry
Carson, 50 acres Paymon Gorham , 19.03 1.80 20.83
Fiank Wells, 8 acres residence 1 7.59 1.80 9.39
Mr 3. Glennie Wilkins, 22 acres residence 6.65 1.80 8.46
Williams Township, Colored
Kthline Carson, 12 acres Lee land 4.82 1.80 6.12
Maggie Clark, 13 acres Lee land 4.67 1.80 6.47
John Cherry, 25 acres residence , 9.11 1.80 10.91
Wiley C. Green, 32 acres Island, 4 acres Knight, 1
acre residence * 1 11.97 1.80 13.77
Patsy Hathaway Heirs, 26 acres Sykes land 7.08 1.80 9.78
Cloasie Griffin Heirs, 7 acres residence 2.66 I.Bft 4.46
iioac Hill, 88 acres Keys land 10.64 1.80 12.44
Tom llardison, 10 acres Whit Hardison land - 2.99 1.80 4.79
George Lyon, 6 acres residance, 6 acres Perry land _ 9.46 1.80 11.26
Romulus Moore, 62 acres residence 80.46 1.80 82.26
Sudie Roberts, 10 acres Island land 8.99 1.80 6.79
Griffins Township, White
Leslie B. Berry, 700 acres Jameaville Road 47.40 1.80 49.20
Mrs. Sophia J. Gray, 6 acres residence i 1.43 1.80 3.23
J. AW. Company, 11,000 acres Dismal 695.20 1.80 697.02
louise Lilley, 76 acres residence 26.06 1.80 26.85
Mrs. S. H. Party, 160 acres residence 42.90 1.80 44.70
Griffins Township, Colored
George Butler, 25 acres residence, 44 arras Thrower
land, 36 acres Perry land, bal. 7.07 1.80 8.87
ChaLtia Woolad, 64 acres residence 28.60 1.80 30.40
II y man Wool and, 20 acres Lanier land 7,16 1.80 8.86
Bear Grass Township, White
MoUie Gurganus, 16 acres Bullock 7.88 1.80 9.68
Henry Leggett, 20 acres mill pond 1.79 1.80 3.59
John B. Mizelle, 60 acres res., 80 acres old res. 61.66 1.80 63.46
B. F. Peel, 31 acres res., 13 acres adj. G. A. Peel 36.61 1.80 88.41
L. K. Rawls Estate, 30 acres adj. H. Rogers 19.81 1.80 21.11
Williamston Township, White
Geo. C. Bunch, ,1 residence _ J 26.87 1.80 27.67
H. M. Bums, 2 Vacant lots. 1 residence 76.01 1.80 77.81
Mrs. Nancy Cherry, 1 residence, bal. ! 8.11 1.80 9.91
Ciitcher A Critcher, 2 rea., 3 vacant lot* 66.24 1.80 68.04
B. D. Critcher, 1 residence 61.90 1.80 63.70
11. A. Cullipher, 130 acres Turner land, 10 acre* Cul
lipher land 118.69 1.80 120.89
J. G. Godard, jr., 136 acres Micelle land . 86.67 1.80 88.47
J. G. Godard, 180 acres Rodgers kind, 2 Smkhwick
Jots, 2 Bagiey lots, 2 lots, Main St, 1 lot on
Manning and J. L. Coltrain, on the
East by lands of P. E. Getsinger, on
the South by lands of W. G. Hardi
soc and the West by W. G. Hardi3on
and Jno. R. Coltrain, containing 100
pcres more or less and known as J.
B. Griffin land. • *„■
This the 12th day of May, 1927.
HENRY C. JACKSON,
my-17-4t trustee.
Wheeler Martin, Attorney.
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the author
ity contained in that certain deed of
trust executed to the undersigned
trustee on the 23rd day of May 1924,
by W. G. Haralson and wile and of
record in the public registry of Mar
tin County in Book Q-2 at page 124.
said deed of trust having been given
to secure a certain note of even date
and tenor therewith and the stipula
tions in said deed of trust not hav
ing been complied with and at the
request of the parties interested, the
undersigned trustee will on Monday
the 13th day ct June, 1927 in front
of the Court House door in the Towr.
of Williamston, N. C. r\t 12 o'clock,
M. offer for sale at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash the fol
lowing described property:
Beginning in P. E. Getsinger's line
in the Jamesville Road, thense East
erdly with P. E. Getsinger's line to
the Phillips Lumber Co.'s line, thence
Southwardly along the Phillips Lum
ber Co.'s line to the Jamesville and
Washington Road, thence along said
read to the beginning containing 50
acres more or less and, being .a part
of the J. B. Griffin and G. W. Hardi
sron land.
This the 12th day of May, 1927.
HENRY C. JACKSON,
my-17-4t Trustee.
Wheeler Martin, Attorney.
Renew Your Health
By Purification
Any physician will tell you that
"Perfect Pu'rifit v ion of the Sys
tem is Natures foundation of
Perfect Health." Why not rid
yourself of chronic ailments that
are undermining your vitality?
Purify your entire system by tak--
ing a course of Calotabs,
—once or twice a week for several
weeks—and see how Nature re
wards you with health.
Cal.otabs are the greatest of all
system purifjers. Get. a family
package with full directions. On
ly ?5 cts. at drugstores. (Adv).
Haughton St, 1 lot Crawford St., 1 vacant lot,
1 lot Warner, 1 stockade 505.73 1.80 507.53
C. H. Godwin, jr., 350 acres Staton land 88.26 1.80 *>.o6
Mary P. Godwin, 80 acres Bennett land, 1 residence,
1 lot Elm St 159.50 IJO 161.30
B. F. Godwin, 35 acres Burma land, 20 acres Tyner
land 15.88 1.80 17.68
Mary Lee Hassell, 1 residence Main St, and 1 ga
rage, 4-7 interest Hassell '— 4 238.74 1.80 240.54
C. B. Hassell, 1-7 interest Hassell 37.83 1.80 _ 39.63
Mrs. Fannie M. Hassell, 2 stores Main St 86.50
W. J. Hunter, 1 lot, Watts Grove : 8.65 1.80 10,45
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
Wheeler Martin, 1 residence, 2 lots Hamilton Rood - 72.08 1.80 73J8
Martin & Fowden, 2 lots Watts Grove 44.13 1.80 45.93
Moore, Crawford & Martin, 2 stores Main St. 121.10 1.80 122.90
Mary Rawls Estate, 25 acres adi. Taylor 3.45 1.80 5.25
C. B. Roberson, 8 acres Rames land 4.84 1.80 6.64
Stailon & Godwin, 1-2 int. 100 acres Craft land, 150
acres Fones land, balance 24.15 1.80 25.95
Mrs. R. Sumara, 1 res. Smith wick St 40.67 1.80 4247
J. B. Waters Estate, 1 res. Main St. 43.25 1.80 t 45.05
W. T. Ward, 2 lots Railroad St 22.49 1.80 24.29
W. R. Whitley, 375 acres residence, bal. • 45.91 1.80 47.71
Williamston Township, Colored
W. M. Andrews, 1 residence 12.38 1.80 14.18
Burgess Heirs, 1 lot 12.38 1.80 14.18
Jane A. Britt, 1 lot 17.30 1.80 19.10
Elijah Brown, 1 residence l t 11.53 1.80 13.33
W. R. Evans, 26 acres Tyner land : 1 1.80 11.06
Bryant Gainor, 1 lot, balance ; 6JB IJO 7.18
Australia Gorham, 1 lot 2.61 1.80 4.41
Andrew Jones, 1 lot 12.11 1.80 13.91
Williams Littie, 1 lot 3.99 1.80 5.79
Manala Lloyd, 1 residence l 4.34 1.80 6.14
Claude Matthews, 1 residence 8.92 1.80 10.72
Eliza Moore Estate, 2 residences 25.95 1.80 27.75
Henry Peel, 59 acres residence : 26.22 1.80 28.02
Tobe Purvis, 1 tot 8.14 1.80 9.94
S. R. Roebuck, 1 residence 13.84 1.80 15.64
Sheppard Rice, 1 residence, balance, 7.96 1.80 9.76
Moses Roberson, balance 8 acres Tyner land 5.00 1.80 6.80
Beulah Roberson, 1 lot L .69 1.80 2.49
Ben Scott, 35 acres Outterbridge, 1 res. Main St. 26,58 1.80 28.38
W. A. Sherrod, 1 lot 8.65 1.80 10.45
Joe Wilson, 1 residence 13.26 1.80 15.06
Joseph Wilson, 1 residence 5 ~ 16.37 1.80 18.17
. Cross Roads Township, White J
N. A. Burroughs Estate, 1 lot 17.30 1.80 19.10
Mayo Clark, 2 lots 38.06 1.80 39.86
Geo. D. Gurganus, 112 acres residence ■ 68.50 1.80 70.30
Waiter & Gurley, 95 acres Leggott 42.90 1.80 44.70
Wynne, Barnhill & Clark, mill site .73 1.80 2.63
Cross Koads Township, Colored
Eli Clark, 45 acres Moore land, balance 34.50 1.80 36.30
W. L. Everett, 11 acres residence 19.05 1.80 20.85
L. G. Ewell, 1 residence 14.53 1.80 16.33
John Hill, 12 acres Moore land : 12.11 1.80 13.91
Claud Jenkins, 91 acres Roebuck land 56.13 1.80 57.93
Alice Johnson, 8 acres residence 6.92 1.80 8.72
Amy Roberson, 36 acres Carraway land 25.04 1.80 2t/.84
John A. Spruill, 17 acres Spruill land 1 23.20 1.80 25.00
Allen Williams, jr., 160 acres residence 56.55 1.80 58.35
Claud Williams, 8 acres Moore land 2.61 1.80 4.41
Jim Wilson, 37 acres Ewells land 27.83 1.80 29.13
Mrs. G. A. Whitehurst, 1 residence PL. 7.98 1.80 9.78
Robersonville Township, White
A. L. Bollflower, 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
[S. Bane, 1 vacant lot PL. 2.66 1.80 4.46
Harvey Farmer, 1 lot 4.78 1.80 6.68
tH. D. Griffin, 1 residence 13.30 1.80 15.10
|J. G. Gcdard, J. E. Moore lot, J. T. Grimes lot, bal. 21.29 1.80 23.09
H. A. Gray, 1 residence 33.25 1.80 35.05
Mrs. H. A. Gray, 65 acres Andrews, 11 acres adj.
Bunting, 36 acres Roberson, 34 acres Mc. Jen
kins, 1 store PL., 1 vacant lot PL 123.61 1.80 125.31
Mrs-. Dean Jolly, 1 residence PL. 3.99 1.80 5.79
Fred Jones, 60 acres Powell land, 30 a. Purvis land 91.31 1.80 93.11
Arthur Johnson, sr., 1 residence 12.94 1.80 14.74
J. H. Knox, 75 acres Savannah land 11.25 1.80 13.05
It L Nelson, 1 residence PL. 13.30 1.80 16.10
Wright Nalson Heirs, 100 acres Savannah land 13.30 1.80 15.10
It 1. Purvis, 1 residence „ 50.21 1.80 52.01
Mrs. Hannah Iloobuck, 1 res. and 2 lots 26.60 1.80 28.40
J. T. Stokes, 1 garage, Parmele ; 16.30 1.80 17.10
Mrs. Hattie L. Stokes, 1 1-3 acres Cherry lot, 1 res. 60.53 1.80 62.33
H. H. Taylor, 34 acres Allen Taylor 5.40 1.80 7.20
C. L. Vick, 1 lot 4.66 1.80 6.46
W. A. Vanford, 10 acres residence 52.62 1.80 54.42
J. L. and Mattie Williams, 41 acres Coburn land, 57
acres Nelson land, 5 acres mill Co. 106.40 1.80 108.20
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
Y. D. Bonds, 1 vacant 11.07 1.80 12.87
I Geo. Bullock, 1 residence 11.31 1.80 18.11
J. T. Chance, 1 vacant lot PL. . 8.18 1.80 9.98
Mary Dugger and Minnie Council, 25 acres home land 27.00 1.80 28.80
Floyd 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 6.79
Eliza Jones, 1 residence PL. „ 7.98 1.80 9.78
John H. Jones, 1 residence PL 5.61 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 51.61
Pearl Jolly, 1 vacant lot, PL. 1.00 1.80 2.80
Jenny Jolly, 1 residence PL. 2.66 1.80 4.46
Etta Little, 1 residence PL 4.99 1.80 6.79
John Pitt Estate, 1 residence and vacant lot 6.98 1.80 8.78
I A. J. Wynne, 25 acres home place, 60 acres forest
land 68 acres Moye land, 60 acres Mourning
land, 3 acres Baynor land and 1 vacant lot 169.47 1.80 161.27
Poplar Point Township, White
J, H. Hoi lis, 4 acres mill land, 16 acres residence, 7 1— —
1-2 acres Coffield, 30 acres residence 83.63 1.80 85.43
J. T. Hill Estate, 30 acres residence 20.70 1.80 22.50
Mrs. E. D. Roebuck Estate, 90 acres residence 75.90 1.80 77.70
W. It Silverthorne, 53 acres residence 41.40 1.80 48.20
J. L. Wynne, 200 acres Ballard 110.40 1.80 112.20
Mrs. Maggie Wynne, 38 acres Bettie lk>wen, 189
acres Nicholson 71.76 1.80 73.66
Hamilton Township, White
J. S. Ayers, 168 acres Clemon land, market, 1 res. 91.61 1.80 93.31
Mrs. Ozella Critchcr, 170 acres Bennett 67.64 1.80 69.44
J. ,W. Crisp, 150 acres Johnson, 1 residence, 1 store
and stables, 1 vacant lot 98.34 1.80 96.14
T. G. Manning, 170 acres residence 119.63 1.80 121.43
B. F. Meyers, balance, 1 residence 1 51.10 1.80 52.90
J. B. Purvis, 1 residence > 44.33 1.80 46.13
J. F. Purvis, 78 acres Haialip, 1 town lot 51.47 1.80 63.27
R. T. Purvis, 28 acres Purvis 26.16 1.80 26.96
Harper M. Peel, 19 acres residence, 1 factory lot, 1
residence 98.21 1.80 100.01
I. B. Pritchett, 160 acres Pip pen 83.51 1.80 86.31
Henry Perry, 60 acres J. F. Thigpen 36.63 1.80 38.43
C. D. Perkins, 1 garage and lot 56.62 1.80 68.42
J. H. Sherrod, 654 acres Rainbow 631.91 1.80 633.71
W. A. Stokes Estate, 266 acres Salsbury 212.29 1.80 214.09
Hamilton Township, Colored
Geo. H. Bennett, 4 acres residence 12.20 1.80 14.00
Dolphus Brown, 4 acres Baker _ 1.34 1.80 3.14
Henry Bell, 4 acres residence 16.99 1.80 17.79
Wilson Council, 30 acres residence 22.17 1.80 28.97
And en Council, 28 acres residence 19.64 1.80 21.44
C. H. Davis Estate, 123 acres residence 66.60 IJO 68.40
Calvin Jones 130 acres residence 60.76 1.80 62.66
Lula Pitts, 130 acres Pitt 65.72 1.80 67.62
Augustus Pitt, 1 lot and packhouse 18.66 1.80 20.46
Mitchell Peterson, 1 lot 11.22 1.80 13.02
Layfayettc Staton, 64 acres Taylor land, 1 town lot 33.04 1.80 84.84
Goose Nest Township, White
Mis. A. L Ayere, 1 lot 13.12 1.80 14.92
Anthony & Thomas, 46 a. Crisp, 500 a. Smith, bal. __ 469.21 1.80 461.00
D. Cowing, 68 acres home place 41.00 1.80 42.80
Mrs. W. R. Cherry Estate, 425 acres Cherry 328.00 1.80 329.80
D. W. Downs, 600 acres Hitch land » 129.56 1.80 131.36
C. L Etheridge, 2 vacant lots 22.78 1.80 24.68
Joseph Early Estate, 162 acres WiUiams, 296 a. res. 498.15 1.80 499.95
P. 0. High, 247 acres Hyman 182.67 1.80 184.47
T. W. Sills Estate, 32 acres Tyler 13.12 1.80 14.92
Jack Smith, 72 acres Killobrew 64.46 1.80 66.26
It L Smith, 712 acres Leggott 710.20 1.80 712.00
L. G. Shields, 163 acres Harrington 139.40 1.80 141.20
Goose Neat Township, Colored '
Sam Brown Estate, 20 acres Mayo land 14.76 1.80 16.66
Tom Bell, 20 acres Gorham 12.07 1.80 13,87
Frank Bell, 32 acres M. Bell 25.61 1.80 27.41
Marilla Bryant 37 acres Harrell, 1 residence 81.16 1.80 32.96
Jesse Bryant L residence • 11.85 1.80 18.65
John C. Bryant! 1 residence 9.61 IJO • 11.31
B. W Dawson, 28 acres home place 62.07 1.80 63.87
D. B. Davis, 126 kcres Lynch land 68.11 1.80 64.91
Judio Ebron, 21 acres Ebron land 13.12 1.80 14.92
Dempsey Ebron Estate, 160 acres home place 9641 1.80 96.92
Charlie Gay, 1 vacant lot ; IJ3 1.80 3.03
Mary E. Hyman, 10 acres Jones land 4M 1.80 6.72
Henry Jordan, 22 acres home place 17.27 1.80 19.07
Johnnie Jones, 6 acres Jonas land, 1 residence 20.87 1.80 22.67
Richard Jones Estate, 92 acres Savage land 6.56 IJO 8.86
Jim Lynch, 16 acres Harrell land 21.82 1.80 23.12
Nelson Parker, 3 1-2 acres residence 8.63 1.80 10.48
H. B. Parker, 1 residence 19.03 1.80 20.83
Edna Shields, 210 acres residence 100.42 1.80 102.22
Lena Staton, 33 acres residence 13.46 IJO 16 26
Julian Taylor. 6 acres residence ■ 3.28 1.80 5.08
Edward G. Williams, 12 acres Lawrence 6.56 IJO 8.36
& WaIi JH!U?I 20 * crM 12.26 IJO . 14.06
Poilio A. William*, 1 residence 2.46 IJO 4JH
    

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