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    Severe Weather in
Section Hindering
Plant Bed Sowing
Ground Frozen and Seeds
Already Sowed May 1
Not Survive
The severe weather prevailing in
this section recently has greatly hin
dered the planting and sowing of
tobacco beds.
As a rule, the seeds are sown dur
ing the middle of January, and al
though ground conditions have not
been so favorable, reports coming
in from yarious sections of the coun
ty are to the effect that some few
farmers have planted beds
Unless the weather turns warmer
nc plant beds will be sown this
week. The ground is frozen and
those who have planted their seed
are afraid their work has been in
tain, for there is little prospect of
the seed enduring this weather.
KRAFT
CREAM efiBESE
Yz lb. 9c
Kraft CHEESE 19c
POST TOASTIES
3 for 25c
Baker's CHOCOLATE
Vi cake 15c
WESSON OIL i>ts. . 21c qts. . 41c
TUNA FISH
2 cans 25c
MACKEREL
3 cans 25c
Mixed VEGETABLES
3 cans 25c
SAUER KRAUT
3 cans 25c
FLOUR, 12 lb. bag 45c 24 lb. bag 85c
SOUR or DILL
PICKLES
2 ut.s. for 25c
GIBBS' ASSORTED
SOUPS
6 for 25c
SALT MEAT
Fat Back Plate Meat Rib Side
2 lbs. for 25c 17c lb. 19c lb.
Crushed or Sliced
PINEAPPLE
NO. 2 CAN
16c can
PEACHES
No. 1 Tall Can
3 cans tor 25c
SANITARY COFFEE TRIO
Excell DeLuxe Sanaco
15c II). 19c lb. 23c lb.
SANITARY GROCERY CO.
PHONE 10 WILLI AMSTON
STANDARD FACTS
Much of the highest-priced tobacco grown in Martin Coun
ty last year was grown with Standard Fertilizers. And in the
production of other crops, Standard Fertilizers have led the way
to greater yields and better products.
Ask the Man Who Uses Standard
A Martin County Farmer Writes:
Williamston, N. C., R. F. D. No. 2,
Standard Fertilizer Co., Inc., October 14th, 1935.
Williamston, N. C.
Gentlemen:
I will say that Standard Gro-More Fertilizer is the best I have ever used
for tobacco, and there is none better for any other crops.
Yours truly,
(Signed) JAMES BAILEY.
In 1935 Mr. Bailey Used Standard 3-8-5 Bright Leaf for Tobacco
YOUR HOME FACTORY IS READY AND PREPARED TO SERVE
YOU WITH GRO-MORE FERTILIZER
It's Made Its Way by the Way It's Made
Standard Fertilizer Co., Inc.
On Roanoke River Williamston, N. C.
You'll Find These Agents Ready and Glad to Serve You:
Farmers Supply Co.
WUIlanutoa. N. C.
C. O. Moore A Co.
, N. C.
Harrison Bros. 4 Co.
WUlUautoa. N. C.
Bowen Brothers
,N. C.
Lindsley Ice Company
WilUaauUa. n. c.
B. Frank Lille
L.mey
B. r. 6.
L. D. Hardison
WilU&mston. R. r. D.
Rogers Supply Co.
Urbln and Row II Rofera
Ormaa
J. F. Jordan
Dardens, N. C.
Edwin Getsinger
Dardena. N. C.
/. Linwood Knowles
Dardena, N. C.
Sam T. Everett
RatoraoarllU, N. C.
Robert Roberson
aville, N. C.
E. Norman Harrell
Oak City. N. C.
Tom H. Johnson
Oak City, N. C.
/. B. Bowers
Bathcl, N. C.
Barnhill Supply Co.
Eraratta, N. C.
Benny Hardison
Jaaiaa?IIU, N. C.
RELIGIOUS NEWS
Go To Church
Sunday
Sunday School,
Too!
METHODIST
Church school, 9 45
Morning worship, 11 o'clock
At this morning service we will
have the installation of the officers
cf the Women's Missionary Society
for the year 1936. All the mem
bers of the society arc requested to
be present and sit together for this
service.
The Epworth League meets at
6 45 p. m
Regular evening service, 7:30.
Preaching at Holly Springs
HOG-KILLING TIME ? THAT
means you will need Lion Brand
Salt. Be sure to call for Lion Salt.
C. O Moore It
HOW LONG HAS IT BEEN
SINCE YOU WEKE IN
CHURCH?
DID YOU GO LAST SUNDAY?
Jcmu went every Sabbath.
Don't you think we all xhould?
Busy, weren't yea? Kinder like
Martha. Jesus was the busiest
man that ever lived. But He
always found time to attend the
services in the synagogue. Tired,
worn out, weren't you, so you
didn't fo. So was Jesus, many
a time. But He had made the
discovery that a tired, worn-out
spirit was worse than a tired,
worn-out body. He knew that
the spiritual refreshment He
would receive at the xynayoyue
would do Him far more food
than an extra hour's physical
rest. It will you, too. Try it
Sunday and see. Won't you? If
you just must sleep, why not
try the afternoon instead?
A Christian was once heard
to remark, "I don't feel quite
riyht when I let Sunday pass
without yoiny to church." There
was a time when you felt that
way, too, we feel sure.
"Forsake not the osseinbliny
of yourselves toy ether."
GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY.
Ability to Entertain
Asset To Chauffeur
Ability to entertain has its advan
tages, even when one is a chauffeur.
Take the case of Roy Murphy, col
ored, of Plymouth, who is now chauf
feur for S. M. Chase, president of
the Chase National Bank in New
York City. Murphy was chosen
from a group of 25 applicants from
an employment agency. His quar
ters are on the Chase premises.
In addition to his neat appearance
Murphy has a smooth voice and is
well educated. And he can sing
and dance. Many times this former
school teacher and dance-band lead
er at a local resort, has resorted to
his talents to entertain his employ
ers.
With piano accompaniment, Mur
phy sings and dances fo rthe guests
of the rich New . Yorkers. Mrs ,
Chase sometimes calls him "Bo
jingles," after the well-known sing
ing and dancing movie actor, Bill
Robinson. '
The average production of 4-H
corn club boys in Clay County last
season was 67.5 bushels an acre,
grown at an actual cost of about 35
cents a bushel.
BAPTIST
Bible *chool, 9:45 a. m
Morning worship, 11 o'clock.
B. T. U.. 6:30 p. m
Evening worship, 7:30.
Going to church should be a pleas
ure, not a burden.
"Enter into his gates with thanks
giving, and into his courts with
praise."
EPISCOPAL
CHURCH OF THE ADVENT
Rev E. F. Mos^ley, rector.
The Presentation of Christ in the
Temple, commonly called The Pur
ification of Saint Mary, the Virgin.
Church school, 9:45 a. m.
Holy Communion and sermon, 11
a. m.
Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30
p. m.
HOLY TRINITY MISSION
Church school and preaching at
2:30 p. m.
PRESBYTERIAN
The regular services will be held
at all points Sunday and at the usu
al hours, with the exception of the
Poplar Point preaching service
which will be at 1:30 p. m., instead
of 3 p. m The Roberson's Chapel
Sunday school will be at 3:15 J>.-m.
Prayer meetings are held every
Tuesday night in the home of Mrs
Ben Weaver at Spring Green.
If you have not yet made your
self-denial bfferings for home mis
sions. bring it with you Sunday.
1 I
Temjiorary Tobacco
Control Is Discussed
Washington.?Temporary control
to prevent overplanting of flue-cured
tobacco, pending new farm legisla
tion, was considered here Tuesday
by a commitee representing grow
ers in four states, agricultural of
ficials and members of Congress.
Claude T. Hall, of Wodsdale, N C.,
chairman of the flue-cured advisory
committee for Virginia. North Car
olina, South Carolina and Georgia,
'said no stop-gap plan had been
agreed upon. It was hoped that by
tomorrow some idea of the size of
the 1936 crop could be determined
Under this proposal, flue-cured
glow en would be requested to vol
untarily maintain acreage allot
ment* pending adoption of a per
manent plan.
Representative Frank W. Han
cock, jr., of Oxford, said be took
the position that any funds neces
sary to carry out such provisions in
a flue-cured program should come
from general funds
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank the people of
Martin County, especially those of
Oak City, for their help and kind
ness shown us during the illness of
our daughter and sister, Helen, who
was seriously hurt in an automobile
accident January 5, 1936. Their
kindness will always be remember
ed.?Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Johnson
and family.
Wants
LET US SUPPLY YOUR NEED
for Lion Brand Salt during this
hog killing season. You can be sure
your meat is safe if you use Lion
Brand Salt. Harrison Bros. & Co.
RAG8 WANTED: 5 CENTS POUND
will be paid by The Enterprise
for good clean rags. Must be clean.
Strings and-old clothing will not be
accepted. . j28 2t
LION BRAND SALT WILL GIVE
your meat the protection it needs.
See us for your hog killing needs.
Bowen Brothers. It
L08T IN WILLIAMSTON OR ON
Jamesville road, Friday, January
24 One Truck Tire on a Chevrolet
wheel Tire has a cut on side. Find
er please notify L. J. Hardison for
reward. j31 2t
PROTECT YOUR MEAT ? USE
Lion Brand Salt. Then you know
you're safe. Carload just received.
Farmers Supply Co. It
I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A JOB
in a family that needs a knock
around job man capable of
looking after tools, feeding and
watering teams, getting in stove
wood and many other light jofaa. I
am too old to do hard work but am
anxious to earn my own living.
Have bean with one family 10 years
and six months. H R. Brewer,
Williams ton. N. C.
Penalty
1 PER CENT WILL BE ADDED TO
TAXES
NOT PAID ON OR BEFORE
Feb. 1st
Pay your town taxes now ...
Save money and possible embar
rassment later.
TOWN OF
W illiamston
Strand Theatre ? Washington, JN. C.
PROGRAM FOE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, FEB. S
Mon.-Tues. Feb. 3-4
NORMA SHEARER
FREDERIC MARCH
in "SMTLIN' TH?U"
OUR GANG COMEDY
AND CARTOON
Wed.-Thur. Feb. 5-6
WILLIAM
BOYD in
"BURNING GOLD"
COMEDY AND
SCREEN SONG
Fri.-Sat. Feb. 7-1
Gene Raymond and
Margaret Callahan
in "SEVEN KEYS
TO BALDPATE"
Popeye Cartoon, Last of "Mir
acle Rider," 1st Chapter of
"REX and RINTY"
CALVERT'S PRICE HAS BEEN CUT J
TO THE BONE
Til GOOD NIWS
Mvwfilmm"
WAS
QUART (2.70
PINT 1.35
ISNOW
92*2S
1.15
TMltTC
4$ i
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QUAKT
8.15
PUT
1.15
Sit
Now... less cents ... as well as more sense ...
urges you to "buy better whiskey" ... to call
for CALVERT, best of the better blended whis
kios. Enjoy it in gentlemanly moderation . . .
greet the morning with a smile. Pay leas at sun
down ... pay less at sun-up. Call for CALVERT I
Calvert
? IMS. Calvart-Marytead DMflttv Oo.. Use iMMlnOiMi: Not M. Y.
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