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THE ENTERPRISE
Published Every Tuesday and Friday by The
ENTERPRISE - PUBLISHING CO.
WILLIAMSTOW, NORTH CAROLINA.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES
(Strictly Cash in Advance)
IN MARTIN COUNTY
One year 1 1 - 50
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OUTSIDE MARTIN COUNTY
One year ' j
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as -class matter under the act ot Congress
of March 3, 1879.
Address all communications to The Enterprise
and not to t!'f individual members of the firnv.
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Tuesday, January 5, 1932
Should Refuse to Deal With Japan
There is certainly something wrong in* the world
even more than we see on the surface—when a ban
tam nation like Japan is allowed to go in the broad
open daytime and steal from China a very large and
fine section of country.
The other nations of the world certainly must be
afraid of some hidden trouble to stand by and permit
such depredation. , _
Japan evidently planned trie war for the pur|R>se
of pilfering China, which will enable her to increase
her fighting ability very much; and if the warry Japs
are permitted ti> go on unchecked, the time is not
far distant when all the yellow race will be under the
Japanese flag—and then for the contest between the
races. ;
Every nation should withdraw frojji dealing with
Japan in any manner until she agrees to deal with
all people honestly.
__
Much-Needed But Hard Lessons
Nineteen hundred and thirty-one now fades into the
dimness of memory. All of its experiences, both good
and bad, are now history Most of
the incidnts are evidently unpleasant, and doubtless
we would like to erase them from our memories and
wipe them from the pages of history.
This process removes our congressional represen
tatives a long way from the people. In fact, so far
that it is hard for the people to, get real representa
tion, but rather have to submit to
to promote certain political interests.
Vet the things we have done are doubtless more in
line with reason and good sense and more in accord
and acceptable with the will of God tlutn any year
during the past fifteen.
W have only come face to face with the everlast
ing truth th.it the things we sow are the things we
shall also reap. Therefore, we have been swept by
the whirlwind of.our wild, thoughtless,.wanton, waste
ful extravagance that we have sown in our political,
business, and social activities during and since the
war perod.
We are now simply at the lowest swing of the pen
dulum. a people, have no one to blame more
than ourselves. We took an overdose of prosperity
and we discarded all other values except cash.
Now, we may hate the year 1931, but we should.
SAVE MONEY
BY PAYING YOUR TAXES DURING THIS MONTH
All County Taxes are now past due, and unless paid during
January, will be subject to penalty. There is nothing to be
gained by putting off the payment of these accounts.
PARTIAL PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED
11 1 »
Penalty of One Per Cent Will
Be Added After February 1
t
Save money and possible embarrassment later by paying
your taxes now. The rate of penalty will advance 10 per cent
each month until May, when property will be advertised.
C. B. ROEBUCK
SHERIFF, MARTIN COUNTY
not. It is only the station at which we awoke and
came to ourselves. It was the best year for our souls
in many; and, not only that, it will prove to be the
year that people began to acquire some business sense,
and perhaps some political honesty and decency.
We should never complain with or hate the teach
er who gives us the hard lesson, because it is only the
hard battles that give us great victories. So 1931 is
going to help millions of homes to become safer and
better places to live.
Even though we have had men who have cowardly
run away from life and plunged their souls into the
great beyond because the fight was hard, we will find
the great mass of human souls will be warmed and
strengthened by the conflicts and lessons taught them
in ind by the unfailing law that man can not pros
per when too far away from God.
The Tobacco Farmer's "Independence"
Farmer' are proud of their "independence," but the
lunrnt issue of The Progressive Farmer-Rwalist
p,lints out that "equality" is also desirable:
"By increasing the price of cigarettes the equivalent
of "more than IS cents on each pound of cigarette to
bacco, and at the same time cutting the average price
of the farmer s tobacco from about a 15-cent average
last year to less than 10 cents this year, the manu
facturers have given the farmer double cause far com
plaint. Not only is the manufacturer getting more
and the farmer less, but the inc/eas in price of cigar
ettes has reduced the demand for tobacco and so cur
tailed the farmer's market.
"All of which admirably illustrates th power of or
ganization on one hand, and, on the othar hand, the
impotence of the unorganized farmer's boasted "inde
pendence."
"We again rise to suggest that the gentlemen who
are so much disturbed about preserving the farmer's
glorious 'liberty' and independence,' might do well to
think a little about giving the farmer 'equality'—
equality in economic and bargaining power when he
comes to dspose of the products by which life is sup
ported for himself and his family."
Dethrone the Dollar
What America needs more than any other one thing
is to cripple the gold dollar, which is now the reign
ing king of the country.
The fleecy cotton fields of the South are bowing
at its shrine; the wheat fields of the Golden West,
and the factories of the North and East are tottering
under its heel. Our people have worshipped it, and
our government has nurtured "it until it has put every
thing else under its feet. It has conquered the home,
the field, the factory, and nothing else has a value.
What we need to do is to dethrone the dollar and
place it where it rightfully belongs. Then our cot
ton, corn, wheat, and all other products will pay some
debts and buy some goods, and our people will find
work to do.
Rules Hinder Democracy
Ihe rules of Congress hinder democracy in th:it
they do not permit reprsentatives to "speak out" un
til th'.-y have been members for several terms.
The man who is elected fresh from the people, and
whose heart beats with and for the people, is virtually
choked and gagged by the rules until he has wallowed
around Washington a few ycirs, attended a number
of parties, and learned the rules of political dodging,
and how to gracefully fool the folks back home, and
gratifies his social desires to eat with a few of the
big folks, who turn his head by a little patting on
the back, and he absorbs enough of the political mange
to make them feel that he is fully capable of advising
the home folks and tell them how to act and what
to do. Then he becomes an active representative,
and is prepared to dodge his way year after year and
session after session.
HE BNTERPRI
THE LETTER-BOX
SANTA CLAUS VISITS THE
METHODIST PABSONAGB
Some good spirit whispered to our
folk* how to make the hearts at the
parsonage glad and happy, and the re
sult was a gracious list of gifts. Be
ginning the evening with a nice turkey
already dressed, the dining room table
was heavily loaded with all kinds of
good things. The gifts alone were val
uable and highly appreciated because
of that fact, but more—much more—
the spirit that prompted these gifts
is what we appreciate most. A heart
that gives and gives willingly and
gladly is a heart that loves. This was
an old-time Methodist pounding. I
wish for the other pastors the same
joy.
At the time these friends visited us v
Mrs. Rogers and I were both in bed
sick, so I take this opportunity of
thanking all who so kindly and thought
fully remember us. God bless you.
C. T. ROGERS.
NOTICE OF SALE
I Under and by virtue of the authori- :
ty contained in that certain deed of i
trust executed to the undersigned trus
tee by Henry D. Griffin and Fannie i
i Koberson Griffin on the 17th day of j
'June, 1927, and of record in the pub- j
I Tic registry of Martin County, in book j
Y-2, at page 299, .said deed of trust j
being given to secure certain notes of j
jeven date and tenor therewith, and
the stipulations therein contained not j
| having been complied with, at the re
| quest of the parties interested, the un
dersigned trustee will, on Monday, the
18th dav of January, 1932, at 12 o'clock
m., in front of the courthouse door in
town of Williamston, North Carolina,
offer for sale, to the highest bidder,
for cash, the following described prop
erty:
Beginning at the intersection of the |
State Highway No. 90 and Mill Street,,
in the town of Robersonville, North |
Carolina, running thence along saidl
highway westwaraly 150 feet to a stob, |
thence a line parallel with Mill Street,
120 feet to a stob, the line of lot No. j
34; thence along the line of lot No. j
34 in an easterly direction ISO feet to
Mill Street; thence northerly along the
said Mill Street to the beginning, be
ing a part of lot No. 33 in the Hosiery
Mill property at Robersonville, North
Carolina, as surveyed and plotted on
December 19, 1919, by Kennedy and
Ryder, engineers. Said plat being of
record in the public registry of Mar
tin County in book —at page .
Dated this the Bth day of Decem
ber, 1931.
WHEELER MARTIN,
dl 5 4tw Trustee.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
Having this day qualified as admin
istrator of the estate nf Sarah
E. Harrell. deceased, late of Martin
County, North Carolina, this .is to no
tify all persons holding dainus against
the said estate to present them to the
undersigned for payment on or before
the-2nd day. of January, 1933, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of recov
ery thereon. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make immediate
payment.
This 2nd day of January, 1932.
J. E. HARKELL,
jS 6tw Administrator.
NOTICE OF SALE
By virtue of a of Trust execut- |
ed to me by H. 1.. Hopkins and wife,
Thelina Hopkins of Martin County,
North Carolina dated 21tt day of May )
I'J3O and of pubi r re wd in the of
! fice of the Register of Deeds for said ■
| Martin County in Book C-3, at page I
1312, and at the request of the holder j
! of the notes of indebtedness thereby
I secured, default having been made in |
the payment thereof, I will, on Mon
( day, February Ist, 1V32, at 12 u'-
, clock, noo;t, at the courthouse door in
! .Martin C unty o!Ter . for sale to the
| highest bidder, for cash, the following
real estate, to-wit: |
I First Tract: One certain tract or
parcel of land, containing 100 acres,
I more or less, and being the same land
where we now live and farm, and be-'
t ing same land conveyed to Walter!
; White by V. R. Taylor and conveyed
'to us by V. G. Taylor, Trustee, in j
,Wynn land sale, and being a part of!
(the old Jenkins land.
| Second Tract: One certain tract or
(parcel of land adjoining V. G. Taylor |
and others, bounded on the North by
IConoho Creek, on the East by V. G.
.Taylor, on the West by Thelina Hop-'
I kins home tract, on the'South by L. j
|G. Taylor and J. G. Staton, contain-:
ing ISO acres, more or less, and be-1
ing the lands inherited by Thelina'
Hopkins from her father as shown by
iWill of V. R. Taylor, duly recorded)
in Martin County Public Registry. |
I This the Ist day of January, 1932.
B. A. CRITCHER,
jan.-5-4t Trustee.
! Coburn and Coburn, Attorneys.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a power of sale con
tained in that certain deed of trust,
'executed by James G. Mizelle, to the
underaigned trustee, bearing date of
the 28th day of March, 1927, and of
record in the Public Registry of Mar
tin County, in Book P-2, at page 235,
said trust deed having been given to
secure the payment of a certain note
of even date therewith, and the stip
ulations in the same not having been
complied with, and at the request of
( the holder of said note, the under
signed trustee will, on Tuesday, the
2nd day of Feb., 1932, at twelve o'-
clock noon, at the Courthouse door
of Martin County, at Williamston
North Carolina, offer at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder for cash,'
the following described land, to-wit:
Beginning at A. W. Bailey's cor
ner, running an east course with A.
W. Bailey's line to the Jecse Micelle
corner, thence Southern course with
the Jeaae Mizelle line and Albert Rog
ers' line to a corner of Albert Rogers'
and William MizelleV, thence |a
Westernly course with the run of;
Bear G rats * Swamp to J. T. Bullock
corner," thence a North course with
J. T. Bullock's line and A. W. Bailey's
line to the beginning, containing 80
acres, more or leaa. . This mortgage
covers only 1-3 interest in this tract
of land. •
This the 2nd day of January, 1932.
J. B. AYERS,
Jan.-Mt Trustee.
j ~~ NOTICE OF SALE
I Notice is hereby given that under
and bjr virtue of the authority of a
power of sale contained jn that cer
tain deed of trust executed by Willie
Boston and wife, with Hie undersigned
trustee, dated 11th dey of June, 1928,
and ef record in the pefclie registry of
i Ifartin County in book P, at page 334,
Mild trust dwd having been given to
secure the payment of a certain note
of even date therewith, and default
having been made in the payment of
the note, and the terms and condi
tions contained in said deed of trust
not having been complied with, and
at the request of the holder of said
1 note, the fcindersigned trustee, will,
on the 6th day of February, 1932, at
12 o'clock noon, at the courthouse
door of Martin County, at William
ston, North Carolina, offer at public
sale to the highest bidder, for cash, the
following described land, to wit:
Bounded on the north by the lands
of Affirdo Gordon and others, on the
cast by the Brick Boston tract of land,
on the south by the lands of the Den
nis Simmons Lumber Company, on the
west by the lands of Sanford Gordon,
containing (twenty-seven (27) acres,
I more or lesp, and being the same prem
-1 ises now occupied by Willie Boston
land wife, Isolene Boston, and being
' the premises recently deeded to Iso
lene Boston by John D. Lilley, trus-
Itee, which said deed is of record in
I the public registry of Martin County,
■ and is hereby referred to for a better
I description of said land.
This the 4th day of January, 1932.
I A. R. DUNNING.
jS 4tw x Trustee.
i SALE OP VALUABLE FARM
PROPERTY
Under and by virtue of the authority
| conferred upon us in a deed of trust
i executed by C. H. Dawes and wife,
Mathinia Dawes, on the 31st day of
! May, 1923, and recorded in book 0-2,
j page 175, we will, on Saturday, the
| 30th day of January, 1932, 12 o'clock
i noon, at the courthouse door in Mar
| tin County, Willamston, N. C., sell
! at public auction, for cash, to the
, highest bidder, the following land, to
wit:
All that certain tract, piece, or par
cel of land, containing 122 1-2 acres, 1
more or less, situate, lying and being
On the' Hamilton road about 7 miles |
E. of the town of Williamston, Pop- 1
lar Point Township, Martin County, j
N. C., having such shape, metes, j
courses, and distances as will more j
fully appear by reference to a map i
made by J. R. Mobley, surveyor, on t
the lOth day of May, 1923, and adjoin
ing the lands of William Griffin on the
W., the lands of Riley Spruill on the
E., the lands of L. Wynne on the S„
and the lands of Greeley Slade on the
W., and more particularly described
as follows: Beginning on the Hamil
ton Ruad at Greeley Slade's corner;
thence down said road S. 65 1-2 de
grees E. 55 poles; S. 51 degrees E. 36
poles; S. 60 1-2 degrees E. 52 poles to
Pollard or Main Branch, Riley Spruill's
corner, thence down Riley Spruill's line
or branch S. 53 degrees E. 15 poles;
S. 70 degrees W. 16 poles, S. 74 de
grees W. 32 poles, S. 79 degrees W.
16 poles, S. 56 degrees W. 20 poles;
S. 19 1-2 degrees W. 28 poles; S. 4
degrees W. 20 poles, S. 17 degrees W. j
i 14 poles; S. 25 degrees W. 14 poles;
iS. 21 degrees E. So poles; S. 27 1-2
! degrees E. 20 poles; S. 2 1-2 degrees
12 poles to Conoho Creek, thence up
Conoho Creek N. 76 degrees W. 14
poles, N. 77 1-4 degrees W. 18 poles;
S. 83 degrees W. 14 poles; N. 63 1-2
degrees W. 12 |>oles; S. 58 degrees
W. 7 poles; N. 45 degrees W. 11 poles;!
N. 27 1-2 degrees W. 11 poles; S. 51 1
1-2 degrees W. 8 poles to a gum,
Greely Slade's corner, thence along
Greely Slade's line N. 5 degrees W. I
60 poles, N. 42 degrees E. 20 poles,'
N. 24 1-2 degrees E. 140 poles, to the
beginning, and being the same land
conveyed to the said C, H. Dawes
by B. A. Critcher by deed dated No
vember 21, 1914, and on record in
Martiu County Public Regsitry in Bk.l
G-l, Pg. 208.
This sale is made by reason of the
failure of C. H. Dawes and wife, Ma-j
thinia Dawes, to pay off and din-!
charge the indebtedness secured by 1
said deed of trust.
A deposit of 10 per cent will be re-'
•luired from the purchaser at the sale.
This the 10th day of December, 1931.
W. G. BRAMHAM
j5 4tw and T. L. BLAND,
Receivers for Frsit National Com
pany Durham, Inc., Trustee, form
erly First National Trust Company,
Durham, N. C.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, under
and by virtue of a power of sale con
tained in that certain deed of trust,
executed by W. A. Mizelle, to the
undersigned trustee, bearing date 21st
day of March, 1927, and ot rceord in
the public registry of Martin County,
in Book P-2, at page 234, said trust
deed having been given to secure the
payment of a certain note of even
date therewith, and the stipulations in
the satne not having been complied
with, and at the request of the holder
of said note, the undersigned trustee
will, on Tuesday, the 2nd day of Feb.,
1932, at twelve o'clock noon, at the
courthouse do6r of Martin County, at
Williamston, North Carolina, off«r
at public auction, to the highest bid
der for cash, the following described
land, to-wit:
Beginning at A. W. Bailey and the
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of fix at the
result at ir
regular or faulty bowel
movement, try Uiedford'e
Black-Draught for the re
freehing relief it fivee
ttKmMada of paopla who taka it.
Kr.K.W.C«ca > aoonatraetkMiM|Mr
intandaat in PulaaJd. Va, aaya:
■■■ "Whan I gat ana
itiPitiXL my head erhaa *r%A T
hava that dull, tind t»alln« jaat
not aqual to mty wock. I deal
faal hungry and Ikm that I
aaad ft* , laaaaa my
ayatam. ao I taka Bim> k-Drausht
Wa hara found it a gVaat haip."
Sold fc 25-ctnt pocktgm.
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William Mizelle corner, running an
East course with A. W. Bailey line
to a corner w the Jesse Mizelle line,
thence a Southern course with the
Jesse Mizzelle line and Albert Rogers
line to a corner in the Swamp, thence
down said Swamp to the Caleb Mi
zelle corner, thence with the Caleb
Mizelle line and heirs line to the be
ginning and containing 80 acres, more
or less. This mortgage covers 1-3
interest in this tract of land.
This 2nd day of January, 1932.
J. B. AYERS,
jan.-5-4t Trustee.
, SALE OF VALUABLE PARM
PROPERTY
Under and by virtue of the author
ity conferred upon us in a deed of trust
executed by Ernest T. Forbes and
wife, Gladys L. Forbes, on the 4th
day of March, 1927, and recorded in
Book X-2, at page 415-16, we will on
Saturday, the 30th day of January,
1932, at 12 o'clock noon, at the court
house door in Martin County, Wil
liamston, N. C., sell at public auction
for cash to the highest bidder, the fol
lowing land, to wit:
Begnning at a stake on the old Pal
myra-Oak City Road in the line of
Mrs. B. F. Moomaw (formerly the
southeastern corner of lot No. 3 in the
division of the lands of Mary C. Har
rell, deceased) and running with the
I line of the said Mrs. B. r. Moomaw
' N. 80-15 W. 262 poles to a stake, a
comer of the lands of Mrs. B. F.
Moomaw and B. C. Mayo (formerly
Browns corner); thence running in a
northwesterly direction with the canal
n Cypress Branch about 24 poles to
a stake, the corner of lot No. 2 in the 1
division of the lands of Mary C. Har
rell, deceased; thence N. 76-30 E. 32
poles to the lead ditch; thence run-'
ning with the various courses of the'
, lead ditch separating lots Nos. 2 and 3,
across the \V illiamston-Scotland Neck
, Highway, No. 125, to a stake on the!
iW. s.ide of the Cfc*k City-Palmj#-a'
road; thence running a southwesterly j
directon with said road 23 poles to
the beginning point, containing 60
!acres, more or less, and being a part'
of the land now owned by Ernest T.
'Forbes, and being formerly known as'
[lot No. 3 of the Mary C. Harrell, de
ceased lands."
1 RACT 2: Beginning at a stake* on
the western edge of the Scotland Neck
WilliamsLon ihitfiwayf (formerly the
northeastern corner of lot No. 2 of
the lands of Mary C. Harrell, de
ceased), and running N. 70-00 W. 14
poles to a persimmon tree; thence a
iong the line of L. L. Harrell N. 77-00
W. 260 poles to a in a ditch in
W. A. Burnette's line (formerly the
line of J. H. Johnson); thence run
ning in a westerly direction along the
various courses of the ditch to a canal
in Cypress Branch; thence running
a southeasterly course along Cypress
Branch Canal about 45 poles to the
northwestern corner of lot No. 3 in
the division of the lands of Mary C.
Harrell, deceased; thence N. 76-30 E.
32 poles to the lead ditch; thence run
ning with tlx; various courses of the
lead ditch across the Wlliamston-Scot
land Neck Road to the western edge of
the Palpyra-Oak City road; thence
northeast along said road about 30
poles to the beginning, containing 83
acres, more or less, and ,known as
lot No. 2 in the division of the lands
of Mary C. Harrell, deacesd." Boun
daries of those parts of lots 2 and 3
respectively described above are as fol
lows, to wit: On the N. by W. A. 1
Brunette and L. L. Harrell; on the E.
by the Palmyra-Oak Rd., on the
by Mrs. B. Moomaw; on the
W. by B. C. Mayo. Also another tract
of land described as follows, to wit:
Beginning in the line of Mrs. B. F
Moomaw at the southwestern corner
of lot No. 2 woodland and running
a northeasterly direction with the di-
NOTICE
Annual Meeting
of the
MARTIN COUNTY BRANCH OF
THE FARMERS MUTUAL FIRE IN
SURANCE ASSOCIATION
will be held at the courthouse in Williamston on
Saturday, January 9th, 1932, at 11 o'clock A. M.
All members are requested and urged to attend.
James L. Coltrain, Sec.
Reduction in
Meat Prices
We Have Reduced Our Prices on the -
• Following Items in Our Market:
ROUND STEAK, lb. 20c
SIRLOIN and PORTERHOUSE Steak, lb. 2Sc
CHUCK ROAST, lb.
STEW BEEF, LB 121/TC
PORK CHOPS, ib 2 oc
RIB PIG MEAT, lb. ISc
PIG SHOULDERS IJe
; SAUSAGE MEAT, lb. is 9
KINGAN'S BACON, lb 2 Sc
JAMES H. WARD
Tuesday, January S, 1932 flp
viding line between, the woodland of
lots Nos. 1 and 2, about 22 poles to .
a stake, the northeastern corner of
lot No. 1; thence S. 70-00 E. 37 1-2 "*
poles to a stake in Dam Branch;
thence a northeasterly direction with
the run of Dam Brarith to a stake in
High Mill Pond; thence a southeast
erly direction with the various courses
of High Pond to a stake in\the line
of Mrs. B. F. Moomaw; thence with
the line of Mrs. B. F. Moohiaw N.
78-00 W. 154 4-5 begin
ning, containing (both tracts together)
31 acres, more or less, and being the
woodland tracts of lots 2 and 3 ia the
division of the lands of Mary C. Har
rell, dee'd. The above described tracts
of land are bounded as follows, to wit:
On the N. by M. L. Bunting; on the
| E. by High Mill Pond; on the S. by
| Mrs. B. F. Moomaw; on the W. by
lot No. 1 of the division of the lands
!of Mary C. Harrell, dee'd. This sale
i is made by reason of the failure of
Ernest T. Forbes and wife, Gladys L.
Forbes, to pay and dscharge the in
debtedness secured by said deed of
trust.
i A deposit of 10 per cent will be re
quired from the purchaser at the sale.
This the 22nd day of December, 1931.
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF DURHAM,
j5 4tw Trustee.
Durham, N. C. *
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