Rutberfordton Farmers Poultry Growers Turning
Improve Their Lands Their Attention to Capons
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Soil improvement is occupying the I Poultry gro wers D f Durham Coun
attentioa of Rntherford County attfnt , on to
wtw tint-year—lhougaadE/of pounds -
of lespedeza seed has be*n planted product.on of capons am! wrtt-grcnr
and considerable farm land terraced, a large number for a^elec^tradc^^
Mon. - Tues., April 4-5
PDPI? d? 1 To Each of the First 25 Women Who
> Continuous A NEW PICTURE ALL «£ C
7To u FIRST TIME Here! SEATS j
IMm y— marry mny man, know his to .
k—Uh, JU« reputation, hit tritect>ir
' dm not take hit word for- it
IS WILL NOT BE SHOWN
gpjM IN WILLIAMSTON
Sensation*! Stage Film
Years—Know Why Many Marriages Art' Failures
BUa4f«M*4 wamea lake tit* riul »tcp that U the |r«leii
mat |a their Utm. NiadfolM a* tnutini »I a little child, they
■tart with ht— apsi a "hooaymeoa" which in a l»w »hort week*
ma 7 tiara thwa frem a carefree happy «irl into a fray-haired
torrow-itrickea we ma a becaute they ware i»noraot of the »it»
lae»e «f Ufa.
Ex lu • • howi and Rm li for
MONDAY (APRIL 4th) ONLY
A DARING INSIDE STORY OF THE TRAFFIC IN SOUL&
TH»T VM.L HOLD YOH BRF.ATHI.F.SS
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We want your poultry. Will be in WILLIAMSTON, Tues
day morning, April 5, at C. O. Moore's store, from 8 until 1 o'-
clock. We are offering for that day:
Rocks and Reds 14c lb. Fryers, 2to 2 1-2 lbs. 18c lb.
Mixed Colored Hens 12c lb. Tom Turkeys 18c lb.
Leghorns , 11c lb. Hen Turkeys , 20c lb.
Roosters •* 6c lb. Geese Bclb.
Stags 10c lb.» Ducks - lQc lb.
Guineas 25c each- Eggs, by crate 10c doz.
Be sure to bring us all you can, as we want at least 3,000
pounds or more. We will be there rain or shine,
W. H. HOLLIDAY.
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WE ARE NOW REPRESENTATIVES IN THIS SECTION FOR
Big Crop Fertilizer
Make Every Acre Do Its Best Your Harvest Will Prove It
In taking over the sale of this fertilizer, we do so with the confident be
lief that farmers of Martin County will receive the very best results and sat
isfaction through its use. It is tried and proven fertilizer. The name AR
MOUR stands for Quality, for Reliability, and for Justifiable Confidence.
We stock at ail times various brands at the Roanoke-Dixie Warehouse.
W. T. Meadows & Co.
w. T. MEADOWS wiiiumiton, N. C. F. W. SPARROW, jr.
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OF TAX SALES IS
'Rules That Law Allowed
Postponement for the
Year 1931 Only '
That the law makes no provision for
the postponement of tax sales this year
]was made certan in a ruling handed
down this week by Attorney Genesll
I Dennis »G. Brummitt, who said that
j the law passed by the General Assem
bly last year was for the postponement
of tax sales for the year 1931 only.
Mr. Brummitt also said, "Sale of land
for taxes for this year is governed by
j£. S." of chapter 213, public
laws of 1927, as amended. This stat-
in force, sets out the duties
of the sheriff wjtli respect to report of
jtay.es collected and orders of commis
sioners'for sale of land, the sale to
jtake place on the first Monday in
I The ruling was offered at the re
quest o,f County Attorney B. L? Fen
;j ess, o.f Guilford.
i No solitary subject of the general
,;--eml)ley «>f 19.;1" took up more time
Shan that of la id sales .fur taxes and i
j considerable "legislation died before !
j there was finally exacted a provision
(forestalling .such "ales until late in the
(year. There wa' no lobby on this is- !
sue, but always it was bobbing up, It
was argued throughout the controver
sy that the credit of counties and cities
would be greatly crippled by the act ,
which delayed until the late fall the '
enforced collecton of taxes. But the ,
general assembly seemed to feel that ;
one ye/r of leniency would work the >
j financial salvation of the payers.
I The opinion of the attorney general
i will be the law on this subject until j
[somebody .is about, to be sold out and ;
some sort of restraining order will be j
sought to hold up. procedure for this |
enforced collection of taxes. The sad
news of the.ruling is that sheriffs may I
begin the sale of lands on which taxes j
CALL FOR 'PUSH'
When troubled with
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JTS? INDIGESTION. j
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U 'lark's Drug Store, Inc., and all oth-!
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! No dope. Nothing to upset your'
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Plans Are Being Made for
Elaborate Entertainment j
j, Plymouth, C., April I.—(Special.) I
—Final preparations are being
here this week for the entertainment.
of the East Carolina Firemen's Asso
ciation, which will meet here April
12, with about 400 firemen from a
score of towns in this section expected
to attend, it was learned here today
from L. W. Gurkin, chief of the lo
j Special arrangements have been
made to*"the association to visit the
historic Kitty Hawk and Slade fish
eries that are located on the converg
ing point of the Roanoke and Middle
Rivers about two miles from here. W.
R. Hampton, proprietor of the fisher-
ies, will serve a meal to the visiting
volunteer firemen. - _
| Those wishing to take advantage of
this trip are urged to report at the 10-.
cal firemen's quarters not later than
4 o'clock in the afternoonV'when boats
furnished by the fishery organization
will take them to the plant free of
charge. An old-time fish supper will
be served at 6 o'clock in the afternoon. 1
' Sherwood Brockwell, of Raleigh,'
chief fire marshall of North Carolina, I
will be at tile principal speaker for the'
'occasion. Local attorneys will partici
pate in the welcoming of the visiting!
men. John L. Miller, of Concord, sec->
retary and treasurer of the North Car-'
> olina Firemen's Association, will also
I be here. - \ ■' ■ j
! The firemen are expected to be here
from Ayden, Belhaven,' Beaufort,'
! Farmville, .Greenville, Kinston, La- !
! Grange, Morehead City, Mount Olive,
J New. Bern, Plymouth, Kobersonville, 1
Bethel, Raleigh, Snow Hill, Washing
ton, Willianiston, Columbia, and!
j Goldsboro. ■
R. A. Joyner, of Farmville, secre-.
| tary of the East Carolina Firemen's'
| Association is expected to be here al-'
ALL OVER STATE
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Plant Furnishes One of,
Prettiest and Most Color- '
Dahlias may be grown in central
and eastern North Carolina with the
j same success that they are propagat
;ed in the mountains if the proper va
rieties are used. The plant furnishes
some of the most beautiful and color
; ful blossoms to be had in any flower
| This is the opinion of Robert
Schmidt, vegetable specialist for the
North Carolina Experiment Station,
who won quite a reputation for
his dahlia garden. Mr. Schmidt says
growing dahlias is his hobby. The
flower produces a wealth of bloom in
a multitude of colors at a time when
other outdoor flowers are scarce. It
blooms constantly from June until
frost and there are thousands of va
rieties with a wide range of color
combinations. In size, the bloom
varies from oiie to 15. inches in di
ameter. . -
While dahlias are pecularly adapted
to the western section of the State,
there are many varieties suitable for
the warmer sections.
"If I were asked to name the five
best and most satisfactory dahlias for
the central the State, I would
list the iollowin: Treasure Island,
Jane Cowl, Jerseys Beauty, Fort
Monmouth and Mrs. I de ve Warner,"
says Mr. Schmidt.
have not been paid after June, 1932,
and the first Monday of the month,
June 6, is the limit.
The delint]«(ent list would be adver
tised in May, and the sales would pro
ceed in June. It is anything but a i
joyful tiding which the attorney gen- |
Who Doesn't Like Heat-Treated Oyster Shell
Flour Lime Is the One Who Has Never Used It
FAMOUS HEAT-TREATED LIMES
Manufactured at Norfolk, Virginia
4 PER CENT POTASH FLOUR LIME
6 PER CENT POTASH FLOUR LIME
OYSTER SHELL FLOUR LIME ,
BAKED OYSTER SHELL LIME
t OYSTER SHELL LIME DUST
None Better for Peanuts, Cotton, Tobacco, Soy
" Beans, Corn, 4nd Sweet Potatoes
High in Quality - Low in Cost
R. A. TAYLOR, AT HALL'S BARBER SHOP
' Williamstn, N. C.
for prices. He will alto show you samples & testi
monials from business farmers who use our lime
I Total Nears $10,000? Plan
To End Campaign By j
( With a total of $8,472.35 in hand, the
campaign of the Democratc party to
secure funds through its Victory Fund
drive with which to wage the 1932
campaign has entered upon its final
month in North Carolina, it was learn
• | e today through L. T. Fowden, chair
man for Martin County.
"I expect to close the campaign in
North Carolina by April 15," said C.
L. Shuping, of Greensboro, state man
ager, in a recent letter, "and then to
spending the 15 days from that date
to May 1 in winding up the canvass-;
ing in such counties as do not co«n-|
1 plete the work by that date."
| Mr. Shuping expressed the belief j
that the object of the campaign would j
be attained. He stated that John W.
Davis, national chairman, had advised!
him that more than $550,000 of the
goal of $1,500,000 had been collected,
this representing contributions re
ceived from every section of the na
' t ion, byt that no state hsid completed
' its work.
j "For instance," said Mr. Shuping,
"we have collected $8,472.35 in North
Carolina, but the canvassing has
| waged intensively in only ».23 of the
I 100 counties. I have this week advised | 1
j all county managers that we have only,
about 30 days in which to complete the
; work, and have urged upon them the
necessity of making a thorough can
vass of the State in that time. When'
, we have complete reports from all 100
counties, I feel certain that the amount
already received will be more than
I Bertie Farmers Forced
To Replant Tobacco
! A number of Bertie "County farmers j
j have found it necessary to replant their
' tobacco and tomato seed beds, due to
j the recent freeze.
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FOUND: WHITE AND BROWN
bird dog on river fill near William-1
ston. Owner can get same by see- j
ing J. E. Harrison at Texaco Service
Station, Williamston. mr29 2t
FOR SALE: SOY BEANS, ALL|
kinds other than Biloxi, 65c bushel;'
Biloxi, $1 bushel. See John R. Peel,!
at J. G. Staton's office. al 2t
BROILERS FOR SALE. COME
to our plant and get your broilers.
25 cents a pound. Roberson's Slaugh
ter House. a-l-2t
Statement of the Ownership, Manage
ment, Circulation, Etc., Required by
the Act of Congress of August 24,
1912, of The Enterprise, published
semi-weekly, at Williamston, N. C.,
for April, 1932.
State of North Carolina, County of
Before me, a notary public in and
for the state and county aforesaid, per
sonally appeared W. C. Manning, who,
having been duly sworn according to
law, deposes and says that he is the
I'll Tell I VouFree
How to Heal
Simply anoint the swollen veins and
sores with Emerald Oil, and bandage
your leg. Use a bandage three inches '
wide and long enough to give the
necessary support, winding it upward
from the ankle to the knee, the way
the blood flows in the veins. No
more broken veins. No more ulcers
or open sores. No more crippling
pain. Just follow directions and you
I are sure to be helped. Clark's Drug
! Store, Inc., won't keep your money
editor of The Enterprise, and that the ,bove, giving the name* of the owners,
following is, to the beat of his knowl- stockholders, and security holders, if
edge and belief, a true statement of any, contain not only the list of stock
the ownership, management (and if a holders and security holders as they
daily paper, the' circulation), etc, of appear upon the books of the company
the Aforesaid publication for the date but also, in cases where the stockhold
| shown in the above caption, required er or security holder appears upon the
!by the Act of August 24, 1912, em- books of the company as trustee or
bodied in section 4H, Postal Laws and in other fiduciary relation, the name of
1 Regulations, printed on the reverse of the person or corporation for whom
I this form, to wit: such trustee is acting, is given; also
! 1. That the names and addresses of the said two paragraphs «>ntoin
: S5, IKSK ,±?2J2!
' Publisher, Booker, Wiiliim-! M * nl ° nd ' tlon * U h nd^ r W^ho
.ton, N. C; Editor W. C. Manning, [Stockholder, and security Elders who
Williamson, N. C.; Managing editor. d ° not appear *5
F. M. Manning, Williamston. N. C.; company as trustee hold stock and
Business manager, W. C. Maning, jr., s^ curl l Mf s "J. ? capacity other than that
William « ton K C of a bona fide owner; and this affiant
, 2. That the owners are: W. H. ha « no reaßon . *? believe that "7 *}*'
.Booker, S. M. Manning. F. M Man- Person association or corporation his
! ning, W. C. Manning, jr., all of Wil- , " ter " t J lr , e . ct °J 'w "
liamiton, N. C. f a,d Btock ' nd ,''. or , othtr unties
I 3. That the known bondholders, than " so s,ate *
mortgagees, and other security hold- •" W. C. MANNING,
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or Editor,
more of total amount of bonds, mort- Sworn to and subscribed before me,
gages, or other securities are: Branch this 29th day of March, 1932.
' Banking and Trust Co., Williamston, M. J. MOYE,
N. C. " ' Notary Public.
MONEY TO LEND I
ON GROWING CROPS
Any farmer interested in securing loans, ap
CREDIT CORPORATION ,
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i k Coupe 490 440
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Fordor Sedan 590 540 I
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