Eastern reflector, 12 July 1912






OFFER YOU
Summer Footwear
-----AT
REDUCED PRICES
A cordial invitation to inspect
our stock is extended to all
who desire neat, stylish and
comfortable shoes at
low prices.
COME TO SEE US
LEGAL NOTICE.
By of the power of sale con-
in a certain mortgage deed ex-
and delivered by George Tyson
and wife Helen Tyson on the 7th day
of July. 1909 and duly recorded in
the register of deeds office of Pitt
H. C, in Book D-9 page
the undersigned will expose to public
before the court house door in
Greenville. N. C to the behest bid
on Monday July 1912 m, a
certain tract or parcel of land lying
and being in the county of Pitt in
the town of Greenville and described
a, follows Lying on the south
aide of the town Greenville and
east side of the A. C. L. R. R-
known as lot No. In the survey
made by B. F. Patrick and being a
part of the Green Mill land, the same
having been conveyed to George Ty-
son deed from B. F. Patrick end
L. C. Arthur and wife of date of De-
It, 1901 and recorded in the
registers office of Pitt county in
book S-7, page to which
deed reference Is made, to satisfy
said mortgage deed. Terms of sale
This the IS day of June, 1912.
The Greenville Manufacturing Co.
Julius Brown. Attorney.
t, ltd
J. R. J. G.
Greenville, N. C.
to
Sarah E. Cox. having as
administrator of the of George
W Cox. deceased, before D. C Moore,
of the superior court of Pitt
notice Is hereby given that
all persons indebted to estate
are hereby required to make
settlement with the undersigned
administrator and all persons holding
against said estate are hereby
required to file Heir claim with, sad
administrator duly verified within
twelve months from the date hereof
V this notice will be plead in bar of
recovery.
This the 18th day of June. 1912.
SARAH F. COX.
of the estate of George
W. Cox. deceased.
F. C. HARDING. Attorney.
ltd
Or SALE
on
North Pitt county.
In the superior court.
State of North Carolina vs Manson
By virtue of an execution directed
to the undersigned in the supreme
court of the state of North Carolina,
in the above entitled action, I will,
on Monday the 15th day of July. 1912,
at o'clock, noon, at the court house
door of said county in Greenville, sell
to the highest bidder for cash, to sat-
said execution, all the right, title
and interest which the said Manson
the defendant, has in the
following described estate,
1st lot. in the town of
Greenville. In what is known as West
Greenville. Lincoln Place, fronting
Avenue on the west SO feet
from the Greenville and Tarboro
road thence running west to Henry
Sheppard's line, parallel with the
Greenville and Tarboro road, thence
running southward with Sheppard's
line SO feet then eastward,
with the first line to ave-
then to the beginning, said prop-
being described In book G-8,
page Pitt county registry.
2nd lot. Beginning at the north-,
west corner of Peter line.;
thence running west feet, then
south to the Baptist church line;
thence east with the Baptist church
line feet, thence north to the be-
ginning, being balance the Clark
lot except that conveyed to Peter
Latham, further description of which
can be found in book Q-6 page
3rd lot. Situate in Lincoln place
on west side of avenue In
the town of Greenville, beginning at
the southeast corner of Frank Hop-
kins lot on Roosevelt avenue and run-
west feet, thence S. feet,
thence E. feet to Roosevelt ave-
thence with Roosevelt avenue to
the beginning, description of which
can be found by referring to book B-9.
page Pitt county registry.
This the 14th day of June. 1912.
I. DUDLEY. Sheriff.
ltd
The Greenville
THE OLDEST BANK IN PITT COUNTY
With ft of OVER
One Quarter a Million Dollars
STANDS READY ITS OLD
AND INVITES NEW ONES.
S. T.
H. D.
R.
if--
JULY
Clearance Sale
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Having qualified as administrator
of William Williams, deceased, late
of PUt county. North Carolina, this
to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased to
them to the undersigned, or
attorneys, f. G. James and Son.
N. C within twelve
or this notice will be plead
bar of their recovery
All persons indebted to sale, estate
will please make Immediate payment.
Toll June 1912.
J. EL
ltd Rattan. M. c.
A Great
Opportunity
to set the Best
I Clothes that's been
to Greenville this season at a price
that will more than interest you.
Some of the best ones you've
seen are right here now to go at
Our July Clearance Prices
Regardless of how good they
look, they must go.
wait too long, come now and
you'll have the pick of the best to be
had at prices that will appeal to you.
ALL OF OUR
reduced to
20.00
18.50
16.50
15.00
12.50
16.75
14.75
13.50
12.50
11.50
9.75
Reg
Reg
Reg
Reg
Reg
Reg
Reg
Oxfords reduced
4.75
4.75
1.30
Charged at the July Prices. Ifs a You-Loss to us.
CHAS. S. FORBES
sale
North Carolina. Pitt County.
Superior court.
j. B. vs James B.
By virtue power in b
that execution issuing to me from the
superior court of Pitt county In the
above entitled cause In favor of
plaintiff and the defendant
and pursuant to attachment duly levied
on the property below described an I
by virtue of authority vested in M I
the laws of the state of North Car-
shall sell for cash to the high
bidder at public auction at the
court house door of Pitt county in
Greenville. N. C. on the first Mon-
day in August, it being the
of 1912, at o'clock,
noon, all the right, title and Interest
it being n one-tenth undivided inter-
est in the remainder in fee of the
said James In and to the
following described tract of real es-
lying, being and situate In the
of and state of North Car-
to
Bounded by the lands of the Craw-
ford heirs, the Elks land. Lawrence
Anderson. J. F. King and others, and
being the land of the late Geo
W. Hemby died seized and possessed
as evidenced by certain deeds from
A. J. R. A. Geo.
Jefferson. Tyson and others, and
containing 1-2 acres, more or less;
the Interest to be sold being such
Interest as was devised to the said
James B. Hemby, by W. Hem-
by In his last Will and Testament, the
said James B, Hemby being one of the
children of the said Geo. W. Hem-
by.
This the 1st day of July. 1912.
I.
ltd Sheriff of Pitt County
CM Mill Item.
June
nice and Hattie Buck spent Sat-
night and Sunday at Mr.
V. Carroll's.
Mr. Johnnie Stokes of
spent Saturday night at Mr. Jim
wards.
Miss Cox of Haddocks X Roads
pan Saturday night and Sunday with
Miss Nancy Mills
We are sorry lo hear of the sickness,
of Mr. Roscoe Laughinghouse.
Miss Laughinghouse spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
Hattie Page. I
Quite a large crowd attended the
mass meeting at Greenville Saturday.
Miss Lilly Carroll Saturday
night and Sunday with Miss Addle
Laughinghouse.
Mr. Lewis has bought himself
a new buggy. He aims to sport some
now.
Messrs. Henry Page and Hen
attended preaching at
school house Sunday morning
Mr. Mrs. Leon Horns of Green-
ville spent Saturday night at Mr. II.
J, Williams.
Mr. of near Win-
was In the city Saturday even
Messrs. J. M. Cox and J. W.
went to Greenville Monday.
Everything Is very wet. We had
some hard rains Sunday evening and
Monday.
Messrs. J. R. Ruck and Lewis
went to Ayden Monday.
X Roads Items
crops through
this section are looking fine.
Several of our boys attended the
carnival In Greenville night.
They I good lime, especially
going hone. We we knew which
one walked home.
Miss Maggie Hudson went to Green-
ville Saturday.
Mr. H. Buck was all smiles Fri-
day night he saw his best girl who
is attending the summer term at E.
T. T.
i Miss Bertha Edwards returned homo
j yesterday after spending n few days
Miss Martha Cherry near Red
j Banks.
I Mr. J. C. Galloway was a
at Mr. W. L. Sunday
afternoon
Prof. Sawyer of Ayden passed
through our section
If you are thinking of moving, move j
to Greenville, N. the garden snot I
of the world, where the birds
home, sweet home, to our Cross
Snow Bird Edwards Is thinking
visiting near Red Bunks again real
Taken I'd
I have taken up one steer, color
red and white; horns shaw about
years old; marked over slope and
in right ear. smooth crop
in left. get same by prov-
ownership and paying cost.
J. D. WIGGINS.
R, H. D. N. C.
lid
Lord
LONDON, July 3.- Lord of;
chancellor of
of this the second day of in
of Oxford, presided at the
Congress of of the E
During Die day the
discussed the relation of
to technical and professional
the Interchange of
teachers and the problem of
In the east In regard to
Influence on character and
Ideals.
Report of the Conditions of
HANK OF
Notice of Application for Pardon
Notice Is hereby given that John
convicted of n affray at the
April term. 1912. Pitt county supreme
court and sentenced to months on
the public roads of Pitt county, will
to the governor of North Caro-
for s and all persons ob-
to the same may be heard con-
the same.
This the 3rd day of June. 1912.
JOHN
NOTICE
To the tax payers of Pitt
The board of will meet
at the court In on
for the purpose of com-
to valuations of property
and to allow any persons who
failed to list before the list takers,
to list their taxes,
J. P.
FOR JAB RUBBERS
and Caps Jelly Glasses see JR
At the close of business
Resources
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts
Furniture and Fixtures
Due from Banks
Cash Items
Sliver Coin
Bank Notes and V.
Notes
Total
Liabilities
stock
Surplus
Undivided Profits
Dividends
Capt. sub. to Checks
Savings Deposit
Cashier's Checks
Total
Mil
109011.3;
1790.8
06928.1
16.0
690.0
ELASTIC HOOF
superior black
free from acid and
will not crack In cold weather. Is
weather proof, sun proof, rust proof,
acid proof. Try it. Sold by J. R
J. O.
SCREEN DOORS AND
try JR. ft JO-
PUT YOUR AD IN THE REFLECTOR
B. J. Wilt APPLE
I vinegar for sale by J. B. J O
Try this vinegar if you want
the very best to be had.
Teas and better, tor
Move.
3500.01
1182643.2
21876.1
611.1
85.1
97861.1
LANTERNS.
Tobacco twine for sale by J.
J. Q.
NONE BIT THE
of and sold by
and JG.
GREENVILLE IS THE
HEART OF EASTERN
CAROLINA. IT HAS
A POPULATION OF FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE
AND ONE. AND Is
THE BEST
FARM Mi COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES OF ALL
KINDS ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HAVE THING TO
OFFER IN THE WAY OF
LABOR, CAPITAL AND
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
JOB A N D NEWSPAPER
PLANT.
Is the Boil Most Healthful. Best Noble of
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE HUN-
THE REST
IN THE EASTERN
PART OF NOR i ABO-
LIN A AND INVITE
WHO WISH TO GET BET
ACQUAINTED with
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IX
A BUSINESS WAY TO TARE
A FEW INCHES SPACE
TELL THEM WHAT TOO
TO BRING TO THEIR
OUR ADVERTISING
RATES ARE LOW AND CAN
BE HAD UPON
Nun
n. c y Kin is, mi
SUPPORT LACKS
CAUSING DELAY
Petition Asking to Withdraw
IS DO NATION AFFAIR
On I it Item
That Petition it Outcome of
Few Hi.
sites in
9.-Publicity
given to the plans Re-
publican members of the House to
circulate petitions calling upon Pies
Taft to withdraw as head of
the ticket hail
the effect today of retarding develop-
If not actually circumventing
the scheme.
Further today developed the
fail that what was proclaimed
day as a nation wide
to amongst
voters bad thug far been confined
entirely to a number of well
known progressives of the House.
The reported of
Republicans, it was admitted to-
day, probably will not be forthcoming.
Representative Davis, of Minnesota
has been actively advocating the draft
of petitions to he sent out through
the country for voters signatures. He
had I conference today with Senator
Dixon. campaign manager for
Roosevelt and It Is understood
was discussed at time.
No agreement was reached by the
progressives to take up the petition
plan and It was rumored that lack of
general support was responsible for
Hit delay. A draft of a petition to be
by members the House was
shown yesterday to
Davis and Lindbergh, of Minnesota;
Kent, of California; of
Washington and several others. They
did not agree upon Its terms thus
for signed It.
The members of the Sen-
ate together with several from the
House, have decided to draw up a
statement the nomination
made at Chicago and setting forth
their belief that President Taft was
not legally nominated.
This will be offered to all
for signature, to be used n
campaign statement In the forth-
coming struggle.
HOT WAVE SWEEPS
Intense Suffering in New
York and Boston
Many Deaths.
People Commit Suicide Than
Suffer Torment of Heat Have.
July
caused the death of three persons In
this city up to p. in. today and was
Indirectly responsible for three other
persons suicide.
Although the government
registered degrees at noon In
with degrees at the same
hour yesterday, the various hospitals
were kept busy treating heat MM
During the last week persons
died Philadelphia from the present
torrid wave.
New York. July hot wave
continued today. At noon the
was three degrees higher
than at the same hour yesterday
There were four deaths and a dozen
prostrations up to o'clock.
Receipts During Parker Campaign
Destroyed
OF TOM
Senate
Helped Much Tags-art,
I Dur-
July we
got through it was not worth
replied Thomas chairman of
the Democratic, national committee
In 1904, when asked today by the
Senate campaign expenditure com-
if he ever figured up the re-
and expenditures of com-
during the Parker campaign.
court will take Judicial notice
of retorted
Mr. swore that while the
treasurer's books came into his
session Just before the Denver
In he them and other
dead before turning over the
organization record to Norman K.
Mack, the new chairman in 1908.
Mr. unable lo
much about contributions. From
hearsay, he expressed a belief that
August Thomas K.
and Cord Meyer, all of New York, had
contributed.
probably were three among
thousand, but I Just do not
the said Mr.
suppose you were a
suggested Senator Oliver.
expect I was. Whatever It was.
contributed to tho Indiana
much did you
cannot recall
suppose I would be safe In say-
The witness estimated that the com-
had twenty or thirty men
funds, throughout tho states.
He Insisted that V. Peabody,
treasurer, charge of the
or was, at least, In a position
to know nil about them. Immediately
after the Mr. said.
Mr. Peabody resigned and August
succeeded him.
do not know whether Mr. Pea-
body was disgusted or added Mr.
Son of U. S. District At-
Meekins Drowns
ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. July 9-
returning homo with his parents
and brother from a visit to Columbia,
Charles Meekins. N years old, the
youngest son of I. M. Meekins,. As-
States District Attorney,
fell overboard about noon today and
was drowned.
the rather and brother of the
drowned child made a futile effort to
rescue him, both of them risking their
lives vain.
The Meekins family were passengers
on hoard the small gas boat
between Columbia and City.
Hosts have been sent to the scene of
the accident to search for the body.
The Hoy Scions are all talking
about their camping trip which stalls
next week.
Picturesque House In Which
Charles Dickens Once Lived
U. S. ATHLETES
LEAD
Champions lead ill to-
by lite Points
III
MILES TO LEAD
FORCES
The President's Secretary is Made
Manager
HELP HIM
In Order lo Kill the of Mai-
of a.,
MM Mill
to Tail
WASHINGTON, July O.
Unites President Tuft's secretary, was
I ml. Slates it Points
Second and
TUN John Hull's
s In Had Shape.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, July .
The States led by Hie points today chosen for
all the events contested at the of the
Olympic games including
and athletics, shooting and all other Mr. will meet the
of sport up to morning, ac- nine lo arrange for the
to the. list compiled by the el s.
here. thus II. Wan I'll, tut
The suite United States from
Photo copyright. by American Press Association.
one of the quieter watering has been a
residence of popular George Eliot,
and Dickens spent much of their time there. A house
which was occupied at different times by the last two has
been sold. It Is House, where and other
were written. An English doctor bought It for It stands on it
site overlooking the town and harbor mid bus charming gardens
house Is marked s commemorative tablet s bunt of Dickens, win. i.
distinguished in the photograph.
B. P. ElKS IS MUST SECRET ORDER IN AMERICA
l lS t
WHICH PLACE
IN THIS
ix towns hot
PORTLAND, Oregon., July
formal opening of Grand
Lodge of tho Order of
took place last night, but
marked the opening of the sessions.
Nearly all tho committees, which have
been In session for the last week, hail
concluded their work and reported to
the Lodge.
Following tho usual pro-
of Hie organization, the order
of nip called for the reading of
the annual report of John P. Sullivan
grand ruler; the report of
grand secretary of
Leech, treasurer.
The proceedings of the Lodge
however, appeared lo create
Interest to outcome of the
election of officers which will occur
Thursday the matter of future
cities.
N. Y. probably will re-
the honor for ml, opposition
by Cincinnati, It Is said, not being
vigorous. Ho fur the only city that
Is preparing In make a contest next
for the DIM convention Is At-
According to the annual report of
Secretary Frederick W. Hob
the total value of property own
ed by the subordinate lodges at the
close of fiscal year March III. was
which, according lo the
report, makes the order the wealthiest
In America. Portland No.
Is die richest, surpassing by a goodly
all other subordinate bodies in
the order, Its assets being
New York come second wit
700.49. The next eight In order
Sacramento. 1183.-
Youngstown, San Fran-
OF ANY
BY
AT
Jacksonville,
Spokane, Seattle,
Philadelphia,
The total membership In the order.
shown by Secretary re-
port Is ii net increase of
in the year.
The report shows lodges with a
membership of over 1.000. Brooklyn
No. shows the record for the best
growth This lodge received
and a total of were In-
making the present total
leaving approximately MO lo be
by the Incoming exalted ruler.
Sweden Ores Britain France
South Africa II;
Denmark Finland S; Norway
Italy Hungary Austria
Greece Holland Australia I
The United cannot Increase
her today, because in the only
event which to concluded, the
throwing. B. Lemming, of Sweden
is sure of victory.
decision disqualifying
Hie United States relay team In the
four bonder meter race caused
grumbling. Some of the Am-
M lean officials and spectators assert
both the Swedish and run-
III race committed the same
foul, but Unit the Americans alone
were for punishment.
The Officials of the team
predict that this meeting will cause a
revolution hi athletic methods,
follower of the Olympic games
declare the team lacks discipline
and that smite the men, Including
the university athletics, have broken
their training, as they were tumble to
resist Hie of Stockholm.
The Rev. De I for-
mer prominent athletic In
thinks the should send
their to the Slates lo
study American
Hottest in In Year in Huston
July One death
due to cat, had been
In up lo noon today.
the of the year. At noon
the mercury In the official
registered degrees, as
with 90.4 the same hour yes-
The humidity, however, was
below normal.
The board of county commissioners
appointed the following delegates to
represent county In the good roads
invention to he held In Charlotte
August 1st and J. I.
II. It. Lewis. J. J. May. J.
land, W. K. Proctor, It. R. Cotton.
H. A. White, L. Joyner, W
Tucker and J. II
Mr. J. K. Brown has purchased
t Interest In Pharmacy
l In el of store.
Lot The Reflector help you get
trade.
Wealth Did Not Help
to Senate
WASHINGTON, July Continuing
his speech In support of Senator
right to Ills seat. Senator
of Florida, today declared the
opposition due to certain news-
papers,
Is a newspaper he said.
people rule we are the
the papers.
are given lo understand that
there Is terrible situation. What Is
tho evidence of it They say Hint
was elected by the aid of
Are that other Re-
publican senators Similarly elected,
and are there not Democratic senators
who have been elected by the aid of
Republican Are we lo eject all such
He traced Mr bl-partisan
election to the Illinois font It lit loll.
Hi contended tat there was no
whatever that predatory wealth
bad been a factor In
or In his retention of his seat.
Is making his own light
aided and In a fair and honorable way.
nod there Is no evidence to the con-
said Mr. Fletcher.
Horns grown watermelons have
yet put In an appearance.
nude the motion to make Mr.
selection lie was
ed committee one notify Mr.
Into
at once with the sub lo
decide upon the other the
Chairman and the full
Committee will on Friday,
July the in
New York, to appoint treasurer,
Ulcers, an
an advisory committee.
At todays meeting Barnard of
New Charles C. Dawes
R. Jno. Wan-
of Philadelphia; E. f.
of Kansas City and John Hays
Hammond of were nil
considered the office of treasurer,
but not even a tentative decision was
reached.
Mr. I resign his oilier a
lo tho President on
night. It Is thought Mr.
Tall will appoint a but will
turn the business of the of-
over to two assistant secretaries,
and Sherman Allen.
of the mil com-
are to be opened In New York
the of next week. They probably
will be In tho Metropolitan Life build
the same four years
The opening of Middle West
at Chicago and Pacific
coast at Portland. Ore-
was considered at today's meet-
the sub and
decided upon. Ralph F.
former national
for Oregon, was practically
to take charge of far Western
Before the went to
the white it was said the Wes-
tern nil decided stand for
the appointment of a man who would
be approved by Western
cans.
Some of the declared
Ibis Indicated tho of
Barnes, Jr., of New York, from
the let of possibilities and brought
forward again Chas. II. the
president secretary.
When the committee adjourned hist
night II WU thought Mr.
practically eliminated himself from
consideration for the place. of
his to take It. The
tilde of the Western members, how-
ever, called him hack to the list of
After a brief conference with Pres-
Tuft at the While House the sub
committee went Into an executive
at a downtown hotel. One of the
declared that the Pres-
had Said ho would leave tho
of a chairman entirely lo the
and would lake no fur-
part In It. ;





Dr. Few it Agree That There is No Fire
the Training School
Monday the students and
friends of the
friends of Training
in address t
IV Few of Trinity College Hi sub-
Moral Element in
Dr. emphasized the
of having more teachers who
real building He said
teacher has of
and that Is to deal with human per-
but without I proper
toward her work no teacher cm
hope to lie successful With Brown-
poem, Death in the
a basin, speaker discussed in
detail Brow nine calls the three
sou's of man the physical, mental
and or as he expressed It
the man that the man that
thinks and the man is Of these
the last is most Important and must
from the other two Tin man
that i. he laid, is character it
Is this Character that is
Called upon to develop The will of
mm he so educated as to en-
able him to between right
wrong it ill tunes, a careful
religious principles, biography, art
literature war suggest.
toward eloping the light
moral element in our
r i students of the school lava two
delightful before the add
mm
Telegraphic Ticks of The Word
WASHINGTON. July
today the International
Student adopted
a resolution repudiating
thoroughly the teach-
of a place, state or condition of
Are and for the
of the wicked.
At the same time the four
delegates in the convention re-
that the vast majority of min-
of all
of the Unite Slates have privately
repudiated the theory, but
for good reasons had
fatty to Inform their
It was the sense of the con-
that in this account thou-
sands perhaps tens of thousands,
were being driven Into skepticism or
The convention appealed to every
minister in the Batted Stales to pub-
in his local over his
Signature a statement
Whether he believed the Bible
the doctrine of a literal
ever newspaper editor was requested
to invite Hie ministers of Ills locality
to avail themselves of his newspaper
c for purpose.
Newsy Rashes Caught From the
Wires Every Day.
To Row For Title
TORONTO Ont. July
of sports are looking for
ward with keen interest to the match
race to he rowed on Toronto to-
morrow by William Boston and
I'm the on Toronto oarsmen.
The race is considered the most not
of its kind that has taken place
hereabouts in some years. The con-
test will be over o three mile course
and will be for the championship of
America and a side bet of 11.400,
and Human have been
Royal Highness will officiate to-
morrow. The exhibition, which Is to
celebrate the centennial anniversary
Of the coming of Selkirk to Can-
to be one of most
well as the largest
fairs of its kind held in the
Numerous large conventions
and other gatherings aha booked for
the exhibition period.
m. Rev. Davis Protestant
I ; i bishop of
years old today.
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Our prices and terms are
sure to please.
Sam White
Piano Co.
The Pulley Store
Is Just What It's Motto
Implies
The Home of
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mm. o
Our special effort is
to supply the wants of
the discriminating buy-
those who want the
best and will appreciate
our efforts to have it for
them.
Our New Silks and Dress Goods Fabrics
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he
I July
Republicans the Be-
faithfully since the articles state which will
signed and both appear to be in In this city tomorrow. As
beat of physical condition for the the entire state ticket was
j, spring primaries the work
Chiefs in Session the convention will be confined to
TORONTO, . July nomination of candidates for
convention of the International court Judges. The progressive
Association of Chiefs of Mice met sentiment however, will have an op-
In this city today and was called to manifest in Itself in the
to order by Major Sylvester make up of the platform which will
of Washington, the president of the i. by the convention.
organization. The attendance
tie heads of the police departments
of more than metropolitan cities
of tin- states and Canada. The
will b,
North Dakota Merchants
DICKINSON N. The North
n session Dakota Retail
days, Among the important matters began Its fourteenth a
to he brought is that of the here today with a large and
proposed of an Interns- attendance. Today's sessions
bureau police which will SCI were with the work of
a clearing house for the police de- and oilier routine business,
throughout Hie At the suspending sessions, which will
States and Camilla and co-operate With continue over tomorrow and Thursday,
the departments ill other Countries. addresses will he delivered by Thomas
Cooper, lice president of the Northern
III it. Manitoba pacific road John of St. Paul.
WINNIPEG, July Visitors of
are arriving In Winnipeg to assist In Retail John
the welcome to the Duke of Burke, of North Dakota, and John
and to attend the opening of the Can- of the Minnesota
Industrial Exhibition, at which tail Association.
Our Special Washington Letter
COMMENT ON CURRENT EVENTS
WASHINGTON, July
an appropriation from Congress
tor the annual army this
summer have late Unproved in the
Opinion of army here. The
general staff already is preparing the
problems the militia regular
army contingents to work out and tho
College bas instructed to
draw up plans regular ilium battles
at nil the regular camps.
From the of ll Wood III
the War Department, it is ascertained
on good authority that the
be made by Congress, hut
from the Capitol comes the
news that the Democrats ill tho House
of Representatives are not favorable
to the expenditure of over 11.160
pay the expenses of the annual mil-
Camp
Demands, however, are being made
from nil section or the United Stales
upon representatives and senators that
Congress pass the legislation
to provide funds for these Joint sum-
mer camps. Adjutant of
various states and governors of
every state In the union, as
well as railroad interests hue
Upsetting of all their
plans through failure of
to provide the revenue.
Consequently army expect that
a howl of protest will be heard and
many congressmen win be Importuned
to vole a new army appropriation
bill before congress adjourned,
in commenting on the matter Gen-
Wood staled that if does
not appropriate money the Joint
this summer will he
Interference with recruiting this
fall.
average man Who Joins the
militia in the states looks forward to
the summer he said.
Is a part of summer vacation to go
away with the It Is a great
in building up the military es-
of the country. II
excursions are cut out by the
actions of congress. It Is safe to
that the military organizations
will lose Interest In their work.
Then too. If we do not hold tho
this summer, the
of the service will be Impaired. The
army war college is constantly at
work during the fall of each year on
tinned congress to make the
Ions. The I bus exerted problems to be tiled out
officers predict, will compel con- mer military camps. These problems
to desist in efforts to cut the ,.,. different every year and are con
appropriations out annually made for
One problem Ids into the
these of
. ,, . her. so that a man enlisting for three
the as as Interest that
is engendered among the of receives a pretty good training
the various stats during the time of his apprenticeship.
It Is pointed out. will be sol back h,, becomes familiar with the
f congress to provide for the Q ha
expenses of Hie the
. of held service
urns troops,
according to the las re, passed that is Inestimable value In training
In Congress, It Is necessary that for actual service,
troops he sent with militia to the lessons that the militia
their summer camps. There is nil
appropriation already made providing
that the be held the mil-
lull there Is no appropriation to
pay of transporting the
regular troops. As it is impossible in
th law to hold military
Without the presence of regular
troops, the appropriations already
made would be nullified if the
for the regulars were not
n; So until congress reconsiders
Its action makes provisions for
both the regulars and the militia, no
military ran be hold.
The president vetoed the army
bill as It passed congress
the clause it contained leg-
Leonard Wood, Chief
for military was
contained in the bill, minus the clause
providing for the maintenance of the
regular troops. At present there Is
no appropriation either for
the upkeep of the army, or for the
payment of any branch of the military
service.
Nearly 100.001 per-
Interested In the
some of which are due to begin soon.
I Hi an- not. MM I with com
m tasks
YOUR DAILY
WALK WILL
BE EASY
When we are
permitted t o
prescribe for
Your Tired Feet
VERY DAY you will hear some one
complain of being troubled their
feet, and during the sum-
mer months.
If would consult us their troubles
would be no more, as they would soon
learn to appreciate the of a Shoe
that fits.
Shoe
MR. C. S. FORBES, WHO FORMERLY WAS
AGENT FOR THE
BICYCLE
has seen fit on account of other business en-
to turn over of this ex-
machine to the
John Buggy Company.
We are also agents for the celebrated
Indian Motor Cycle.
THIS MACHINE IS KNOWN TO BE THE BEST
MACHINE ON THE MARKET.
of
BUGGIES
The John Flanagan
Buggy Co.
S Agents for best make N C.
H bicycles and tires
man learns during his three years
vice, the value of these
to the army during actual
is nil. with
rules the rudiments of soldiery
which must necessarily depend up-
on If this country become SB
In a war with a foreign country.
mild not prove much, worth and
would be a serious handicap. The
Congress of United States should
consider this matter very seriously
encourage rather than discourage
these annual army
In this connection It Is a significant
fact, not overlooked the
members of congress.
whose during the past session of
congress has been that of the
necessary to finance the
over Is spent ill
transporting the various organizations
to the military camps. To this sun
the railroad expenses the States add
a certain amount for
The commissary Is provided by th
on page
We are prepared to do any repair work on
biles. We have class workmen and guarantee
our work. We also have full line of accessories, and
will be glad to order any parts to automobiles.
We carry a Presto-O-Light tanks for sale and ex-
change. We are agents for the
and cars. We expect to keep new cars on hand
for sale all the time. People wanting work done or
Gates, Sugg, Auto Co.
Drug Co.
end
Only, the Bat
Drug,
Used in Our
ICE
CREAM
lo
All Fountain
Drink-
Toilet Article.
Fall Lint
Stationery.
Fountain
Pens.
Kodak
Greenville.
Coward-Woolen Drug Co.
For Register of Deeds
To the Voters of Pitt
take this method of announcing
myself a candidate for the office
Register of Deeds of Pitt county, sub-
to your consideration and
val. Should you nominate as your
candidate, I will appreciate It as I
have for what you have done for me
in the past. Should you sue lit to
choose someone else, that will not
lessen by appreciation for what you
have already done for me and my
love for tho people of Pitt county.
Very respectfully,
g IS T. R. MOORE.
For County Commissioner
I hereby announce n can-
from the South side of Tar
river for County Commissioner of
Pitt county subject to the action and
approval of the Democratic voters of
the county
DEVI PIERCE.
Fer Register o
I desire to announce that I will
candidate for Register of Deeds be-
fore Democratic primary or con-
which ever may be called tor
the county of Pitt I be grate-
and appreciate the support of my
friends and citizens of the county of
Pitt,
J. J. HARRINGTON.
II
Fer Register of Deeds.
I hereby announce myself a can-
for the office of Register of
Deeds of Pitt county, subject to the
action and approval of the Democrat-
primary. I to thank my
friends for the support given four
rears ago and for same
the coming primary.
BELL.
g m
For Register of Deeds.
I hereby announce myself a
date for Register Deeds of Pitt
county, subject to the approval and
action of the Democratic party.
I. LITTLE.
For Register of Deeds.
I hereby myself a
gate for Register of Deeds of Pitt
county, subject to the approval and
of the Democratic party.
i J. C.
Fer Constable.
I hereby announce myself a can-
for constable of
township, subject to the action and
approval of the Democratic party.
L. W. CHERRY.
I g
For Constable.
I hereby announce myself a can-
for Constable of Greenville
township, subject to action and
approval the Democratic party,
JESSE L. WHICHARD.
SI
For Constable.
I to announce myself s can-
for township con-
stable, subject to the Democratic
WALTER L. PATRICK.
For County Commissioner.
I hereby announce myself as a can-
from the north Bide of Tar
river for County Commissioner of Pitt
county, subject to tie action and
of tho Democratic primary of
Pitt county.
MONTGOMERY T. SPIER. .
Fer the Legislature.
I hereby announce myself a can-
for the of
subject to the action and
of the Democratic primary of
Pitt county.
T. CARSON.
May 10th, 1912.
For
I hereby announce myself a can-
for the House of
subject to the action and
of the Democratic primary of
Pitt county.
D. M. CLARK.
May 1912.
For Commissioner.
I hereby announce myself as a can-
for County of
Pitt county, to the action of
the Democratic primary.
SHADE ALLEN STOCKS.
For Count; Commissioner
To the voters of Pitt
We want to name a man for County
Commissioner from tho North of
the a man of business that
is fully to fill the place and
f elected will look after the interests
of the county. Nominate and elect
him and you will make no mistake.
That man is John G. Taylor.
S MANY VOTERS.
For County Commissioner.
I hereby announce myself a
date for County Commissioner of Pitt
county, subject to the approval and
action of the Democratic primary of
the county.
O. PORTER.
June 1912.
For County
to approval by the Demo-
voters I hereby announce ray-
self a candidate for the nomination
of County Commissioner of Pitt
h. GIBSON
For State Senator.
Subject to approval by the Demo-
voters I hereby announce my-
self a candidate for the nomination
of State Senator for Pitt county.
ALEX L BLOW.
For State
I hereby announce myself a
date for the State Senate, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary
of Pitt county.
This the 29th day of May, 1912.
JULIUS BROWN.
For I mint Commissioner
I hereby myself a candidate
for the office of County Commissioner
of Pitt County subject to the action
of the Democratic primary. Will
the support of my friends
and If nominated and elected will
serve them to the best of my ability.
I. SUGG FLEMING.
For Treasurer
I hereby respectfully announce my
candidacy for to the
office of Treasurer of Pitt county, sub-
to the will of the people to be
expressed at the Democratic Primary.
If and elected to the
office of Treasurer. I pledge to the
people the same courteous attention
I have heretofore endeavored to give
lo nil. and the same fidelity to the
trust reposed in me as the custodian
of the people's money.
Respectfully.
W, B. WILSON.
Me s Common
The impression stems to prevail
among certain class of gar-
that flowers are not
worth growing. so com-
they say.
As if that was an argument against
the fact air common
is proof positive that they pi
qualities Which have brought them
Into common use, which keep
them ill favor those who grow
flowers for their merit, rather than
people with fads have taken
them up. the uncommon flowers
that the faddists run after the
that can't
they care very little about the
of them, it's their
which makes these uncommon
popular With of persons.
have no patience with persons
who grow flowers its the
fashion to do writes K Rev-
ford In Farm and Home. I an tired
of this twaddle about flow-
out of ten the per-
sons who object to them are persons
who do not care a farthing for
any kind of flowers, but to
make us feel that they have a soul
above anything that smacks of com-
use. persons cannot grow
a man to do It for them ore's to
flowers themselves, but have to hire
the flowers all of us can grow
Lire On Burks
It Is commonly believed that there
are lice on Last spring
we hatched only two ducklings from
one sitting and gave them to a hen
With little chicks. They were all right
until about a week old when noticed
one that apparently Mrs.
K. Richard In Farm end Home, What
was my surprise to find Its head
with the big bead from the
hen. I looked for the other din k-
ling, but found it dead. After
tin- sick one. which I supposed
would die, it soon recovered, Since
then I have heard of many people
losing ducklings with what they sup-
posed were lits. and not one person in
would believe the was lice.
are on the sick list this week
We they will both BOOS be up
and be ready to enjoy the ice cream
party that will be Standard. Fri-
day Free lo all.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Crawford at-
tended the union meeting in Greene
county Sunday.
Messrs, John Flanagan, Jr. and
Clifton goth or near
went to Hominies and on
their return they decided lo spend
Sunday night with our friends, Mrs.
N. E. Tucker. Wonder where her
son Arthur was
Mr. A. J. Move of near Farmville
passed through our town Sunday en
route for church, of course.
Mr. is a great worker and be-
in attending his union meeting,
Mr. T. A. Nichols of Arthur,
better known as Uncle Tommie, was
a pleasant caller among us Sunday
evening.
Mr. J. J. Nobles. Jr. made a
trip to Monday morn-
and was back by time to get din-
Cool drinks mid fine cigars at the
fountain of Peoples Supply Company.
Mr. Mack Churchill was a pleasant
caller among us all Monday evening
He was getting around shaking hands
as is he was a candidate.
Pumps, piping, valves and farm-
supplies at Peoples Supply Com
Miss of Roanoke Rap-
ids, Is spending a week or two with
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nobles, Jr.
N. W.
Attorney Law
formerly occupied by J. L
Fleming
. . Carolina
F. M. WOOTEN
Lawyer.
second floor In Wooten betiding
on Third St., court house.
L. I. Moore W. H. Lona
at Law
. Sorts
Attorney at Law
North Carolina
F. at WOOTEN
Lawyer
Office 3rd St. 2nd floor Wooten Bldg.
i K. c.
p. I
Veterinary
at A M. Allen's Stables.
Greenville, N. C.
Day Phone Night
Will attend calls Day or
H. Ward C. C.
Washington. N. D. Greenville,
PIERCE
Attorneys at Law
Practice In all the courts.
Office In Wooten building on Third
Street
. . North
Washington Letter
Gardner's Repair Shop
If you want the beet Cart Wheel
manufactured In Pitt County go u
Gardner's Shop and ask for a pair
DIXIE WHEELS
Black Birch Hubs, split Whits Oak
Spokes, Pitch-pine Rims,
and Axle, made by strictly
workmen. Every pair guaranteed.
Just around the corner from
market.
REPAIR SHOP,
N. C
The Happenings Around Standard
STANDARD, July James A.
Tucker of here Miss Minnie Smith
of near Farmville. attended church
at Sunday,
union meeting over in Greene
Saturday and Sunday.
Crops looking line around here
since that nice rain Sunday afternoon;
several has
co.
Mr. W. H. and daughter. Miss
Lee. spent Saturday night
and Sunday In Greene county visit-
friends.
Miss Maggie Tucker and sister, Miss
federal government, as well as tents
and other equipment.
However, as army officers view the
matter the result of the summer camps
is worth the expenditure. Every three
years it is pointed out Sam
turns out men well trained
to army life, at a very minimum ex-
this a the
General Staff points i. that there is
available at present for Immediate use
an army of soldiery In States
fifteen limes as large as the regular
army, which would be able to take
the field within three months and form
the of an organization of well
trained soldiers. This means that
the States, through its sum-
mer has an auxiliary force
of 1.200.000 men titled for Held
service and familiar with military
tactics. These soldiers have been
made at a cost of a year to
the federal government, whereas the
regular military establishment com-
posed of less than men. costs
the government nearly
every year.
W. C. D. w. Clark
Engineer Attorney at Law
A CLARK
Civil Engineers and
Surveyors
II. IV. CARTER. M.
Practice limited to diseases of the Eye,
Ear. Nose and Throat.
Washington. N. C . Greenville, N. C.
Office with Dr. D. L. James, Green-
ville, day every Monday, P to pm
J. EVERETT
Attorney st Law
In Edwards Building on Court
House Square
Greenville, North Carolina
ALBION
Attorney at Law
In building. Third at
Practices wherever his services are
desired
Greenville, . North Carolina
W. F.
Attorney at Law
Office opposite R. L Smith
stables and next door to John Flan-
Buggy Company's new building
Greenville, North Carolina
B. F.
Insurance
Life. Fire. Sick and Accident
Office, on Fourth street, rear Frank
Wilson's store
Central Barber
Edmonds, Clark and Latham
Proprietors
Located in main part
of town. Four chairs In opera-
and each one over
by a skilled barber. Ladies
waited on at their homes.
CALL
Randolph Bros.
N. C.
FOR
FIELD PEAS
WEEK EB RATES
to
City and Beaufort, X. C
Sunday excursion tickets now on
sale week end will become
effective Saturday. June 1st.
For specific rates and complete In-
formation apply to any agent of
Norfolk Southern railroad.
888888886888888888
SAM SHORT
b Transfer, and Express I
Promptness
Phone
888888888888888881
RAILROAD SCHEDULES RAILROAD SCHEDULES RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Li
SCHEDULE
Leave Raleigh, Jan-
nary 1911.
YEAR ROUND
a. Atlanta. Birmingham,
Memphis and points West, Jackson-
ville and Florida points,
at Hamlet for Charlotte and
Wilmington.
THE SEABOARD
a.
with coaches and parlor car. Con-
with for Washington,
Baltimore, New York, Boston and
Providence.
THE FLORIDA FAST
M.
a. Richmond, Wash-
and New York
sleepers, day coaches and dinning
car. at Richmond with
C. at Wash with
railroad and B. O. for Pitts-
burg and points west.
THE SEABOARD
p. in. For Atlanta, Charlotte,
Wilmington, Birmingham, Memphis,
and point west. Parlor cars to
Hamlet.
p. m. No. for
Henderson Oxford and
p. m., No. for
O. for Cincinnati and points west,
Memphis, and points west, Jack-
and all Florida points
Pullman Arrive Atlanta
a. m.
Arrive Richmond a. m.
Washington a. m., New York
p. m Penn. station. Pullman
arrive to Washington and New
York.
C. It. a F. A, Portsmouth, Tn.
East. West and Canada.
Office, No. Main St.
J. W. BROWN, JR.
NORFOLK SOUTHERN
ROUTE OF THE
TRAINS LEAVE GREENVILLE
EASTBOUND
a. m. dally,
Pullman Sleeping Car for Norfolk.
a. m. Dally, for Plymouth,
Elizabeth City and Norfolk. Broiler
Parlor Car Service connects for all
points North and West
p. m. Dally, except Sunday for
Washington.
WESTBOUND
a. in. Dally for Wilson and
Pullman Sleeping Car service,
North, South and West.
a. m. Dally, except Sunday for
Wilson and Raleigh. Connects for all
Mists.
p. m. Dally for Wilson and
Broiler Parlor Car Service.
For further Information and
of Sleeping Car space apply to
J. L. HASSELL. Agent. Greenville.
W. R. HUDSON, W. W.
Pass. Aft.
Southern Railway
PREMIER CARRIER OF THE
Direct lines to all points
North, South. East and West.
LOW BOUND TRIP TO
WESTERN I'll CAROLINA
TOBACCO FLUES
WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH THEM
IN ANY QUANTITY at the LOWEST PRICE
Let Us Have Your Order Early
ft
Land of The
OLD BAY LINE
Steam Packet
Dally, Including Sunday, between
NORFOLK AND
Mall steamers
Equipped with United
Wireless Telegraphy and every mod-
ed.
Portsmouth, pm
week days pm
Norfolk, dally pm
Old Point pm
sold to all points North.
also to
California points and all principal
resorts
CONVENIENT SCHEDULES,
LIGHTED COACHES,
COMPLETE DINING CAR SERVICE.
If you are contemplating a trip to
any point, before completing arrange- I
for same. It will be wise for you
to consult a representative
Southern Railway, or write the under-
who will gladly and courteous-
furnish you with all Information
as to your best and quickest schedule
and most comfortable way In which to
make the trip.
J. O. JONES.
Traveling Passenger
Raleigh, N. C.
II. F. CARY,
General Passenger Agent,
Washington, D. C.
SIMMER FARES
Now In Effect lo Beaufort and More-
head City.
The seashore season Is now open
and summer excursion tickets are on
sale at all to Morehead City,
N. C, and N. C, good to
return until October 31st.
Get complete information from any
ticket agent.
W. W. G. P. A.
Norfolk, Vs.
J. E. WINSLOW
Hunsucker Buggies
Wagons
Horses and Mules
Phone No.
GREENVILLE, North Carolina
REFLECTOR ADVERTISEMENTS RESULTS-TRY ONE





THE CAROLINA HOME
and FARM and EASTERN
REFLECTOR
week
Published by
Inc.
D. J.
CAROLINA.
for a while that there was some
that deliveries could not
made on time, but there has been
an Improvement in line and as
be learned there is no
trouble beard of.
i iron pipe makers are melt-
faster now and in larger
quantities than ever before and this
is to continue for months,
Editorial of Human Interest
WAITING AT THE CHURCH.
aim year,
ti months.
be had upon
application lire business office
The corner there is every
and Third
All cards of thanks resolutions
sf respect will be charted at
per word.
Communications advertising
dates will be fir at three
cents per line, up to fifty lines.
as second class matter
August 1910, at the post
tile. North Carolina,
act of Mai eh
a.
lino order in hand and In sight
M lag it. and machine shops
are receiving some new orders and
Indication of Mend
operation through the summer.
Scrap iron is in shape still
and the prospects are the dealers will
have a good demand Quite a while.
---------o
Tile recorder Charlotte threw a
little consternation in the blind tiger
FRIDAY. 1913
OS Tilt
strength of German sea power
and the solid achievement of German
ship building were demonstrated last
month in an Impressive way to the
camp of that city by announcing that
Person hereafter convicted in his
court selling liquor, regardless of
standing of the he
sentenced to the roads and from now
on no one will be allowed to get
with fine. That is the way to go
after them.
never
.- the planet given to us.
s beat and light, his
of our plane by
bodies
hi Influence upon our
our have changed
Hi earth from dreadful chaos
the plane we now know and in-
habit And the sun's work
through the thousands of
ahead us will make of this
planet a most beautiful and perfect
garden, ready for perfect
ill exist hero one day.
the dreams of the
dreamers, and put lo shame those
have dared lo set a limit lo mans
power and the grandeur of home
is given to him.
What the sun. our gloat father
and giver of light . is to the ma-
earth and lo the material man.
education, sun of knowledge, is
to mind of man and lo his spirit-
life.
Truth and knowledge. like sun.
have traveled around this earth
through the centuries.
From the east lo west
has gone steadily- a brilliant
In brightness with III.
ll. ed b the great star nearest
III SIM
You do not know
sun
The dark softens and lose
beauty, unless you seen the
in St. Louis
Toward the sun of education men
and the
will not be disappointed.
The sun that lights our plane and
the sun of knowledge brings light
mind of man both dissipate
lo
The old has been revived and
is again the round about a
A lean people by the visit of the woman swallowing a tadpole while power. The Star, soon to be
German squadron to the United drinking water from a spring, the ed the great slat- nearest us.
and the launching, at Hamburg. a in her grow dun as a greater light approach
of the it ,, ea. Those other stars, each in us,
,., ,, ,
In the world. on
Three German warships, the A nun dropped In Tuesday o say , u planet throughout the
the Bremen and the came by he hoped The Reflector would keep universe.
command of the Kaiser, to return the agitating the matter of a park on changes lo gray that is
Visit of the American warship to Ger- the river front. He said it Is astonish- Tn dis-
wake up with twitter-
man water last summer. Their re- that Greenville had not taken such . ., ,.,.,,.,,,. ,,.
caption at Hampton Roads and New a step long ago. another day.
York harbor was made the occasion o--------- Toward the east the sky becomes
of an exchange of international Some fellow has been busy enough the light of dawn spreads
the to figure out that it cost to crow
first rays shooting upwards against
the round surface of our earth to
GOV. WOODROW WILSON
Available Democrat.
Test
The News hears with peculiar de-
light of the triumph of Woodrow
next president of the
Slates.
For Wilson has been our
pleasantly expressing
friendship between the two countries nominate Woodrow- Wilson at the
TI is a battle cruiser, a convention. Lois of guess work la ,.;.,,.
I vessel, capable of making more those imagination of
than knots an hour. The German nothing
claim that she is the war It is said the
o man
Lackawanna wreck Impressive than that rising sun. In-
. . , , creasing Imperceptibly and yet with
ed afloat. Her commander. Bear Ad- will cot the railroad a million ,, r.,
the That does not compensate for , u, ,
G seaman Of his rank to visit the loss of life. ,;, of brilliant day.
i is country is an Important official upon billion of times the
in the lighting section of the Ger- Some of them are now saving sun ins rising la reflected In
The fleet stair of officer President Taft will be asked to come dewdrop on the leaves, In the
clouds and drive away darkness.
This planet of ours was a dreadful
abode In the old days before the sun
ad done his splendid work. Monsters
it. flying giant
bigger than ten elephants.
Fearful swamps and morasses covered and from the manner In
It The air was so heavy, so filled Which men have expressed themselves,
noxious gases no creature the delegation in Baltimore has
new living could possibly have breath voted.-he is choice of North
oil on the earth in those days. Carolina democracy.
Hay by day. year by year, century The light was won after a struggle
lore b y through millions upon mil which makes a new record demo-
of years, the sun has worked, national politics.
and we have B pi net now upon which lit career of Woodrow Wilson has
man can live and upon which he has been spectacular since he first enter
begun of arranging for d realm of polities.
himself a harmonious borne worthy
of a thinking being.
in y.
Includes two prince and two barons, down as a candidate. It is no prob-
On May Germany won one of the able that he will do so.
coveted blue ribbons of the sea when
that the ocean wave throw Into th
. in tin o ea t
A night that
Into a nil day of I
Competing in Jersey for
governorship, lie managed by the sheer i
lower of his personality. Hie
and cleanness of bis
pies, his force of simple logic and
cleanness of his campaigning
eds lo turn a tremendous republican
i steamship ever built, the August first and second are the pi
that was asleep are
liner dates for the good roads convention a wonderful earth
of tons, was launched from in Charlotte. Pill County ought to th.
the Vulcan Yards at Hamburg and have
by the Kaiser himself. At
representative there.
i-iii indents in
members
waking of Ancient and Honorable
ind a Company of Boston, who are to majority democratic
make n two week's visit with their
friends
organization, the
Artillery Company of London, arrive,
and
changed
state in the
a greater or
of popular
he gained Steadily in Baltimore
until bis nomination
when the vote was almost unanimous.
Wilson will unite demo-
into one powerful army battling
for reforms sadly needed govern-
I mental affairs.
i a w ill restore the highest office
land to the high station it held
j until Roosevelt came power.
What a difference In con-
The
has up harmoniously, with
Clark, and other candidates
sending congratulatory messages to
the victor. The party is united, de-
hopeful, and with a pro-
to lead light upon a pro-
platform victory in certain.
in direct contrast, the Republican
closed in chaos. Little en-
was Stirred over Hie triumph
of steam roller, and the opponent
of lb,. nominee Immediately hired a
hall and began the generation of u
new party. power can unite the
warring element of the opposition.
As we have said time and again.
democracy's opportunity has been
beckoning, and thanking lo the good
was inevitably present in people's
solid South is a
minds, but as was pointed out by thinks it lo be.
of line, this German steam-
ship i life boats and life rafts
landslide. Scarcely any
ever witnessed
more striking resolution
sentiment.
And following up this triumph In
a former republican slate Governor . Baltimore delegates.
Wilson now falls heir lo the highest has not gone by
,, , heeded,
harder Job than he and doing his work upon plan- the London company. a American citizen With Is the motto, and
el and setting to continue Hint work J banquet will be given the ls campaign for the democracy will follow it
-always rising, always Setting, in honor of the Americans. ill,, hi. r,. victory Charlotte News.
and
c,
hundred of out of .
that wonderful s baa,
In England t day. The visitors were
met at Liverpool and escorted to
the the fat of the Titanic T- u- Be been repeated even I u -an city by o delegation
The man who will neither pull nor
lent to take care of every one is to his
of her passengers and crew, which
will . more than The
new and specially de. There is more earthquake talk, but
sign d appliances and she will ha on
three telegraph opera- November.
tors and two first officers, one of
whom will always be charged with AM nomination are now In ex-
the of vessel. The P for ad m
is will go into
SIDEWALK SKETCHES
it
commission w
Bummer.
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not a great way off.
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The Southern pig iron and
market is considered in a secure
there is still less activity
has been noted at times this
year. The quotations are not as
strong as have been either, but
The are making more
noise than anything
This Date in History
of William Orange,
who led the Hollanders in their
war for independence.
SINGING
form of
campaign for the preside
nomination, like his campaign for the ,
governorship of New has been
conducted upon a lofty plane.
Different from the noisy, slanderous
campaign made by Col. Roosevelt,
Wilson has conducted himself as the
Clean and upright statesman that he
is He has not called his .
crooks, liars, and thieves. He has not
Arc Doing Salisbury
method which he refuses to let go endeavored to appeal to the merchant have
, of at less than a half hour. of the mob. He has made no local to give
,., method Is based on primordial With bosses and the Interests. He did business sec-
of the city each Saturday night
during the summer. The first of the
concerts brought out a large crowd
of citizens and was greatly
Concord Tribune.
the prospects are full of Strength and destroyed the statute of
bid fair to call for a large tonnage of Kin Green.
. . , ,, . j New York City.
Iron tor de ivory during the third and .- . . , -.- .
and French-
fourth quarters of the yea. The make. soldiers arrived at Newport to
it will be materially in- aid the Americans,
creased within the next sixty days. M. Dallas, eleventh vice
Pries continue around per president of the . born in
ton. No foundry basis. While some
Statement have been heard to the
Cape. are
kind-
and
legal, to which may be added several
Intermediate varieties, note of which
keep in same block
with the International pitch. Legal
singing is always certified lo by some
musical which teach
graduate how to breathe Horn the
Up up and throw the ton
work- principle of opening Hie mouth at an not go to Baltimore to influence the
ed in lo people of forty rive degrees and dis decision by his presence,
who never know Charging the voice at the rate of He has gained the highest honor
when anybody evolutions a minute. When this because of his manhood his
has had enough. kept up until the audience Is ability, his statesmanship, his illness
It is used the the singer is said lo be a for the position. after all, the
purpose of an- One experience with a gen- Am, topic love a lighter.
guest hand sewed virtuoso is general The pi ; rally to Wilson for
who arc sufficient for people who are not ac he i solution of without coming to the
lite to try to es- lo mingling with higher can the tendency a the is have ii by a
and more expensive forms of art. during recent years to Virginian
subsidize government. toe
Mos Assuredly True
i-, Impossible to read any speech
la I
With Judge . W.
siding, the July special term of civil
court for Durham county was today who waves his arm and says Hint Ibis land is the best;
LET'S WHOOP IT IT
Hied there Dec.
effect that concessions on this price
are allowed, it is hard to locate
Manufacturers pig iron
are mentioning per ton,
dry. a probable price ere long and
i y on iron desired for
Philadelphia.
II ISM.
Rev. John B. first
bishop of Pittsburgh,
died Pa. Rom in
Ireland. March 1816.
John Tyler, widow of Pres-
Tyler, died in Richmond.
Va. Rom near Fast N.
Y . May
convened. This is the first appear-
judge Whedbee In Durham
since his appointment His coining
been awaited with interest by
the from teeth n a determined the methods
which he applied the conduction
fearless manner. A singer thus equip
can back a roomful brought forth
quarter delivery. A buying amendment to
movement Is looked for during the the Canadian reciprocity de-
earlier part of July, after politics have
going he extremely careful in their
Tho companies are The of n
guests Into a corner and hurl
octave jumps and
blistering lop notes at them until the
cows come home, without showing
the slightest fatigue, or
intention of letting up. Illegal sing
i most common variety and
should be accompanied by a jail sen
It is lo by people
who are self taught and not afraid
of anything in human form.
expressions of general approval from
all Sun.
Congratulations
of
Who talks about our scenic charms, our and boundless
west;
I like the man who waves the flag and shouts about the stars and tripes,
Who yells about the grand old rag and every blooming evil swipes;
But, of nil. like the guy who swears, when tilings are simmered
down
This land's the best beneath the sky and his town is the grandest town
Let's whoop it up for tills old burg us well as about the land,
Lets gurgle now and then a about a village near at hand;
Let's tell them bigger towns there are but, when it comes to quality.
That we have got skinned so others aren't one to three.
Lei's put this region on the map n letters red that all may read
Take off your coats and work and scrap, lake off your hats and take
the lead
Peter Dunne, the creator
years old today.
Rear Admiral W. H. South, r-
land. S. years old today.
George Fred William, a Democratic For, if this town is best. I'll tell you what will happen
The II- leader of Massachusetts and a close The folks will all throw out their chest and pass word along again.
singer generally carries around friend of William J. Bryan, years The folks that now are sound asleep will waken then and start to boost;
a tremolo which starts In one today. It won't be long before we leap, and hold, in fact Lie topmost roost,
selling for third quarter delivery, the too Important a matter for a worn- up in another, and is never Dexter Leonard, professor of Ger- For if we the town is great, instead of saying it Is slow,
statement being made that there are an to be handicapped bad of The best old town In the whole state, you mighty quick will it so
out changing gears. There Is nothing who has sought to prove that
. k r-. v. .----- . . ., .----- ,., on and swells its chest with local pride.
many orders already on the books for blood or foul breath. ., f Q, ,, ,,,,.
the lower grades and there might be by taking Dr. King's New will Cause an Illegal singer
such a thing as taking too many. So Pills. New strength, fine commit a balk. Singing is taught
far all deliveries have been prompt pure breath, cheerful spirits at so much per teach by inspiring post
things that
during the last three months. Low
use. Easy
. I I Iron in such n quantity
Germany has always been a friend And, If Ibis town
of America, years old today. Then other towns will take a hump and whoop It up from tide to tide;
Theodore the Haiti- The old Pacific soon will hear a noise from old shore
more publicist who was mentioned A long and loud and lusty cheer will wake communities that snore,
win their graduates who tell a short lime ago as a likely appointee An, then indeed a man can tell about this country great and grand,
safe, sure. at one by the size of her father's to a high position in the diplomatic For when the town is feeling well naught the matter with the
bank account. teacher has a service. years old today. land g I Douglas
WINTERVILLE
IN CHARGE OF G. H COX
with as.
Full supply of belt, pipe and mill
fittings, guns, pistols and
J. R. Smith and Bro.
Authorized Agent of The Carolina Home and Farm and The
Er tent Reflector for Winterville and vicinity
Advertising Rates on Application
WINTERVILLE, N. C. July
spending a few with
at Roper, Mr. Stephen Waters,
better known as Sales-
man returned yesterday. We are glad
to welcome broad smiles which
be always w-ares when meeting his
customers.
Misses Olivia and Lizzie Cox re-
turned Wednesday after spending i
days at visiting friends
Harrington, Barber and Company
have another shipment of shoes for
young and old, also good light
plow shoes.
Mr. J. D. Cox made a business
to Thursday.
J. Royall Adams came Thursday I
from Raleigh where he has been for
most of summer.
A new lot of dry goods and notions
Just arrived at A. W. and Com-
Mr. Roscoe Cox returned from Nor-
folk Friday where lie has been for
some lime taking a business course
in Wagner Business College.
Cox made a lying trip to
Norfolk on the fourth and returned
yesterday.
Barber and
a good supply of tie cotton on
COtton on hand.
Miss Maud Holliday of
is visiting Mrs. K. F. Tucker this
week.
Miss Lura V. Cox left yesterday
for Greenville where she will lecture
on the mission work in Mexico. Miss
Cox has plenty tn tell of that part
the continent which Is undergoing a
terrible revolution.
Don't forget cheap summer
goods at A. W. Ange and Company
is time to buy for prices have
been reduced greatly.
Little Miss Nannie Lindsey Stokes
of Greenville is visiting Miss Grace
fox ibis week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K, of
are visiting their many friends
here which they won while residing
in our town.
Mrs. J. It. is visiting
friends and relatives Martin county.
Dr. II. T. Cox left yesterday for
Baltimore to Carry Mrs. Guilford Page
lo the hospital.
Mr. Corbet of Fountain was
here yesterday much to the delight of
his many friends. was one of
the school boys here last session and
he is hoping he may return when
school begins in August.
Mr. Calvin Tucker of was
in town yesterday.
Minnie Mao and
sisters, and Nina, return-
oil Wednesday after spending a few-
days with friends and relatives at
Goldsboro.
Cal on or phone the A. G. Cox
Manufacturing Company for the Pitts
burg Perfect wire fence. The fence
that is noted for its excellency and
durability.
I To celebrate the glorious fourth,
eight couples of our village met In
the early dawn and drove to
they boarded the
wailing launch.
The sky was clear and all were at-
tired in their best, spirits as
ventured into the river,
giving of a true celebration,
Soon the lose that
this holiday were beard aboard
and balls were fast whizzing through
the air. Then a hush ensued and a
voice thrilled out in song,
the rest joining in chorus, till the
very banks echoed the melody.
Al one p. in. the party landed at
Washington Park, and in the
ion spread a Teas that would have
tempted a king. After paying due re-
to this feature of the day's rec-
the crowd gathered in groups
and snapped some of tile
scenery them. Then some one
spied three swings suspended from
giant oaks, while others sought the
comfort of the water.
The city could not passed by,
so Captain Mayo gladly paused one
hour here while eight sweet girls and
cute Winterville boys visited
streets.
Only too soon the gong sounded and
homeward journey was begun. As
a consequence this expedition,
fruits and ice were burled in all
directions amid much mirth and laugh-
Just as the sun was sinking be-
hind the tree tops, the pilot
for Strawberry hi, where the couples
quenched their thirst wits its refresh-
waters. All nature seemed to be
attired in her best here and one could
but pause, look and listen at Che
beauty and grandeur of It all.
Promptly at V p. m. tho launch
was landed in Greenville many
sighs of regret. Three long cheers
were given for and her
crew and dispersed to their
several homes, declaring had
never enjoyed a holiday more.
These are the couples that enjoyed
day. Miss Cox with
J. Miss Kate Chapman with
C. L. Lizzie Cox with
C. T. Cox. Miss Maurice Chapman
M. Bryan. Miss Cox
and Misses Clyde
Chapman and Olivia Cox G. II.
Cox. With Mr. and Mrs. II.
and Mrs. I. T. Cox as
N. C, July
The little child of Mr. and Mrs. W,
O. died Tuesday with con-
chill.
Our city fathers now consist of th
follow gentlemen who
she and we expect to see things move
on like the waters of Messrs.
J. R. Turnage. J. J. J.
J. Lawrence. C. E. Spier, W. B.
Car lime and car of brick for
co furnaces. J. R. Smith and
Our chief of police is the proud
of a girl.
Curing tobacco Is all the go.
The Masonic brethren celebrated
the glorious fourth of July by giving
a barbecue and a tine address by Hon.
A. L. Blow of Greenville, the
ion being the annual installation of
officers.
FOR barrels of corn by
William Dall. proprietor of
Farm, Greene county, one mile west
of Ridge Springs. Address Ayden,
N. C, R. F. D.
Mall Carriers Will
This is an age of great discoveries.
Progress rides on air. Soon we
may see Sam's mail carriers
Hying in ill directions, transporting
mail. i . take a in-
in a discovery that benefits
them. That's why Dr. King's New
Discovery for Coughs, Colds and
other throat and lung diseases is the
most popular medicine in America.
cured me of a most dreadful
writes Mrs. J F. Davis,
Corner. Me.
treatment and all oilier had
Excellent for coughs, colds
or any bronchial affection. Price
an Trial bottle free at all
druggists.
Hope Well
HOPE WELL, July were
glad to see so many out to Sunday
school Sunday afternoon, everybody
Invited lo attend.
Mr. Cos came home Friday
evening from Norfolk where ho has
been attending a business college.
Dr. Grady and Mr. Joe
Lawhon were visiting at Mr. C. J.
Sunday afternoon.
of Greenville.
was visiting in our town Sunday.
Miss Julia Smith has returned from
a visit lo Norfolk. We were all glad
to sec her back again.
Mr. Thai Cannon and Mr, Lonnie
made a Hying trip to Greene
County Friday morning.
Miss Cox spent Saturday
night with Miss Stella Hope
Well.
d OUR AYDEN DEPARTMENT
g IN CHARGE OF R. W. SMITH
ii Authorized Agent of The Carolina Home and Farm and
Eastern for Ayden and Vicinity
Advertising rate on Application
Tun n Items
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Manning spent
Saturday and Sunday at Mr. I.
Mr. Clifton Jones and Miss Rosa-
lie Skinner visited in our neighbor-
hood Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Roy spent
day night With Leon Tyson.
Messrs. Guy and Cliff vis-
at W. S. Manning's Saturday and
Sunday. Oh, you
Mrs. C. L. Tyson and little son,
visited relatives near Arthur
Saturday and Sunday.
Master Willie is spending
sonic time at Mr. W. S. Manning's.
BETHEL, July On Friday
from nine to twelve the lovely
home of Mr. and Mrs Barn-
bill was Hie of much merriment
when their attractive daughter, Miss
Maud.- highly entertained
in honor of her guests. Misses Karl
Susie Proctor of Grimesland.
Progressive Rook was the game
the evening in which Miss Helen Mayo
Mr. scored high
and were with a
box of stationery and a handsome
neck lie Miss Susie Proctor with
her beautiful readings and Misses
Karl Proctor and Francis Knight with
their lovely music added greatly to
pleasure of the evening.
Delightful refreshments were then
served by Misses Estelle Jones and
Bunting.
Those Miss hob
Misses Karl and Susie
Proctor of Mayo of
Indianapolis, hid Carrie Dell Blount
and Francis Knight of
Estelle and Jennie Jones. Lilli, Bunt
and Velma Blount and Messrs
Marvin Blount. Blount. Dr.
M. P. Manning. Vance Bunting, John
Bobbie and Lin wood
Gurganus.
I have taken up a Jersey heifer.
sandy color with dark and face,
marked fork in right and crap left.
Owner can I same by proving owner
ship and paying charge.
HENRY LEWIS.
ltd
Bethel Unix
BETHEL, N. C. July
continues very pleasant and crops
are fine.
Messrs M O Blount and S. M.
Jones have returned from the Dem-
convention
Mrs. A. J. Maxwell and children
of Raleigh her mother Mrs. Ward
of Goldsboro have been visiting Mr
and Mrs. W. J. Smith.
Mr. W. H. attended the
bankers association at Morehead.
Mrs. . has returned
from a visit lo Baltimore and Wash
city. Mrs. Beulah Thigpen and
Master Guy Franklin came back
her to spend the summer with friends
and relatives.
Mrs. E. Burroughs and children
bit Friday for Oriental to spend a
few weeks.
Mrs. J. Canon and little
Daisy Tee, spent a few days
Greenville last week.
What Make a
One hundred and twenty pounds.
more or less, of bone and muscle
don't make a woman. Its a good
foundation. Put into it health and
Strength may rule a kingdom.
But that's just what Electric Bitters
her. Thousand bless them for
overcoming fainting and dizzy spells
and for dispelling weakness, nervous
less, backache and tired, listless,
worn nut feeling. Bitters
have done me a world of
writes Pool, Okla.
I thank you all my heart for
making such a god Only
Guaranteed by all druggists.
N. C. July
and brick. J. R. Smith and Bro.
Mr. G. A. Benson, while operating
a band saw at Jno. Webb's shop
Tuesday had the luck b badly lace-
his knee. considerable
depth in the bone, it requiring six
stitches to sew It up.
Capt D. G. Berry has returned from
his vacation.
Prof. Wright of Haw River.
has been elected accepted the
of the Ayden Graded
School.
J. R. Smith and are running
a special sale for days. Call and
bargains.
Messrs. Paul Taylor, Roy Turnage,
Jasper Gardner and Lull West, all left
Monday for
Dr. M. M. Sauls and family, Mr.
S. and family and Mr.
B. C. Coward and family all left
on automobiles for Morehead Tuesday
evening.
Hardware of nil kinds at J. R.
Smith and Bro.
Mr. C. K. Johnson has let the con-
tract for ii commodious residence, on
the north end of Lee street.
Ayden is a hustling town with large
opportunities.
N. C. July Ben.
Allen Jones, one of our old pioneer
farmers and citizens died Monday
morning. He was an honest and
upright man one of those whose
word was his bond.
Miss NoMe who managed
the Girls here last season,
has moved to Winterville.
Miss Clay is
visiting her uncle. Mr. a. F. Cooper.
Just received, a car each of brick
and lime. J. R. Smith and Bro.
If you want a handsome buggy, cart
or wagon, sec L. L. Kittrell.
Mr. Mack has accepted
a position at Sauls Pharmacy.
The Masons held their annual in-
on the 4th with big
cue, ham and stew.
Hon. A. L. Blow of Greenville was
the speaker of the occasion.
Mr. John B. Hart spent Sunday
in town.
It looks like business up around
the tobacco warehouses, repairing and
cleaning up In general.
Mr. Walter Buck, editor of the
Spring Hope Leader, arranged to
move his printing outfit here and pub-
the Ayden Advance. Mr. Buck
Is an Ayden production and we speak
for his a glorious success as a
All kinds of feed for man and fowls
and beast at Ayden Feed Company.
The home of J. F. Bar-
wick. Esq., in Ghent bus been one
of pleasure and merry making this
week. A party of ladies from
i Goldsboro and been
having a house party.
Rev. J. W. Fulford, pastor of the
Episcopal church here, has accepted
a pastorate in Va., and will
enter upon new duties about Aug.
1st We regret to lose him as he
has measured up to nil our
Insect Bile Costs Leg
A Boston man lost his leg from the
bile of an insect two years before.
To avert such calamities from stings
and bites of Insects use
Salve promptly to kill the pois
on and prevent swelling
-and pain. Heals burns, boils, ulcers,
piles, eczema, cuts, bruises. Only
at all druggists.
Stray Taken
I have taken up one color
red and white; horns about
years old; marked over slope and
square In right ear, smooth crop
in left. Owner can get same by prov-
ownership and paying cost.
J. WIGGINS.
R. F. D. X. C.
ltd w
J WILL BREAK
case of Chills and Fever; it acts on
the liver better than and
does not gripe or sicken.
NOTICE OF
Notice Is hereby given that the
of Company, of Green-
North Carolina, composed of
Z. V. and James M.
Hines. has this day dissolved by mu-
consent. James M. Hines
purchased the entire interest of Z.
V. in the business and will
continue the business In the name of
James M. Hines.
This the 8th day of July. 1912.
Z. V.
M. HINES,
ltd
Leather Men
BOSTON, Mass. July all
of Stales and Can
ail also
shoe manufacturers, wholesalers
and retailers, tanner, salesmen and
factory superintendents have
to Boston for the National Shoe and
Leather Week and Fair, which open
ed today. The Mechanics Building
is tilled with exhibits Illustrating
branch of the shoe Industry. Dur
Week visitors will pay
visits of Inspection to some of the
largest shoe factories in the Boston
district and the factory of the
Shoe Company Beverly.
MOLES AND WARTS
Removed with without pain or danger, no matter how large.
or how far raised above the surface the skin. And will never
return, and no trace or scar will left, is applied directly
to the Mole or wart which entirely disappears in about six days, killing
he germ and leaving the skin smooth and natural.
is put up only III One Dollar
Each bottle is neatly packed in a plain case, accompanied by full
and contains enough remedy to remove eight or ten ordinary
Moles or Wails. We sell under a positive guarantee if fails
to remove your Mole or Wart we will promptly refund the dollar.
TING FLORIDA.
Dept. C
v,
FORM NOME
In Fine
Furniture
Fresh, Up-to-the-
minute designs,
late models from the best manufacturers in
ARTICLES
A range of qualities and prices that will
suit every buyers the offering
today.
TAFT VANDYKE
, b rt th
Bargain Column
Is the connecting
link between the mer-
chant and customer
it is the merchant's
salesman.
Goods snugly rest-
on a shelf are very
need of circulating.
A Secret has better
chance to travel than
the goods of a mer-
chant who will not
talk about
the time. . up-to
right, but in
much like a miser's
-date merchant looks
to advertising like the
enlarges the circle of
merchant's business,
announcer to his
the
strengthens the vol-
of the voice. Both
multiply the chances
of a hearing. In grand
father's time
was not thought
of. But in
time competition
was slight. it
is so keen that a mer-
chant must look out
else the edge of com-
petition may
him from his business.
sure to tell the
people what you have,
why you have it, and
what they can have it
for. is vital to
your business. . Also
when telling the
use a medium that
will reach them with
your message of
inserted under this bead at rate of five cents per
SILK AND r to be silk and wool at B. J.
SELL AND INSTALL
complete electric plants suit-
for country hotels, stores,
etc. For particulars see J. H. Mel-
ton, Electrician,
N. C.
LINE OF BALL AT B.
J.
KM; If OF-
I flee takes order for ens-raved curds.
wedding Invitations and
Samples can bee seen at th
SOW
yeast, at S. M.
CAN FIND WHITE OVERALLS
and Canvas Gloves at B. J. Pulley's
FOR OFFICE III
Reflector building. U
AND COAT SUITS
at greatly reduced prices at B.
THE HOUSE, LIB-
and ii nearest cottage
station post office and amusements,
Ocean View, Va, Ideal summer
home. Reasonable rates. lira. J.
Latham, Proprietress
ALL THE NEW THINGS IN
at B. J.
mill AT B.
FIELD PEAS AT V. JOHNSTON'S
Feed Store
FIELD AT F. V. JOHNSTON'S
Feed Store I
FIELD AT F. V.
Feed Store
NOTICE
Of Special Term
Court
Notice is hereby Riven a spec-
term of Pitt Superior court has
been ordered to be held for week
beginning on the day of July
1912, for the trial of criminal
All defendants and witnesses take
notice.
J. P. Chairman
Hoard of County
July 1912.
North- South-
bound boast
p. m. p. m.
. m. t. m.
East
bound
a. . a. in
a. m. a. in.
j . f. m.
FLOWERS
When yon want the best.
we are at your services.
Choke Us,
Violet and Wedding is
the Latest Styles
Floral offerings artistically
at short notice.
. L Co.
HI H. N. G.
D. JR,
Agent tor Greenville and Vicinity.
SEE BIB, OR
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The blouse waist permits a woman
to so into the waves. Hut
Hie corset is most generally
not only for the support it
fords, but no woman feels really
minus her she
has been built on the lines of the
Venus Kilo or is so thin that she
accurately determine whether
has Indigestion or a backache
when assailed by pain.
The neat trim little never
to better advantage than in
bathing attire A. black silk skirt
and waist with white trimmings, low
neck and short sleeves, a Jaunty cap
or kerchief makes any woman look
fetching, but the fit is important.
No self respecting woman will
prance down the beach in a hired blue
flannel suit. K Goddess couldn't
the baggy time-worn effect and
even one's stockings, a gay kerchief
and a special belt will not cover the
pronounced hired stamp.
are going into the water on-
a it to have the
suit made, a pretty combination is
blue mohair with collar, cuffs
of red plaid with cap to match.
The -ill red bathing suit is con-
but a touch of red here
there is dashing and effective.
do not advocate any stockings
other than black ones. Red or white,
while much seen, are not in good
taste, and unless they are silk, and
held up unusually taut, they do not
come out of the water in as good
shape t as the black ones.
Sandals crossed the
Instep are ugly. A low pump held
In place by elastic over the instep
has supplanted the idea, which
rarely remained Greek after the first
plane.
Some daring one; essay bare feet,
hut care to thus challenge at-
and the well fitting stinking
and bathing shoe are far more de-
THEODORE P.
President of
Transit Co.
of New York
attempting to analyze at too great length all of
I the new conditions which have led to the disruption in
W some degree family influence it may . to ad
to a dominating is to the GEN-
FROM RURAL SURROUNDINGS,
borne life is naturally effective, to populous communities, where the
social environment is necessarily less intimate and influence at once
AND HARMFUL,
This condition has brought with it a spirit of uneasiness. The
cost of living has raised in consequence, and mutterings of restlessness
are heard on all aides.
THE OF UNREST IS ABROAD ALSO. IT IS A
SAL SIGN OF THE TIMES. IT IS NOT CONFINED TO THIS LAND
ALONE. IT IS WORLDWIDE.
A frilly cap is allowable, or th
bonnet that has appeared on
some of the beaches.
A good plan in the water and out
of it. is to bear in mind what is most
becoming and adhere to
it. remembering that modesty as well
as is a desideratum.
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question. Whether -its wiser in the
of the to pickle, to
preserve, to can. or to spend bier time
upon toe in band
and buy canned goods from the near-
Frozen Teaches The question is ably
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finds ifs way Into cans, and for
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necessity of selling such products
they are fresh at a season
when the market is and prices
way down. Many housewives, with
the aid of of the family.
an sell fruits and a
nice profit.
The other side Is thus explained
by a it
pay Is it worth while to look and
ail the hot so that we
may feast during the winter The
time was when much of the canned
gods offer for sale of a poor
quality, but since we have the pure
food law we till much better
what we are buying. Last year late
peaches and
ears all to be cared for at the
time. The fruit I left that I
must take care of, but the roasting
ears were sent to market and ex-
changed for canned corn. No one
made any objection when it was
brought to the table, so probably I
will follow the same practice
this year. One year did the same
with tomatoes. When they ripened
oilier work was on hand, and as the
tomatoes would not keep I gent them
to the store and was sent ones
instead. When buying, it is wise to
buy a good grade of
ready nearby market, and Is often the dearest.
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RALEIGH, Charles A.
of tonight elected
acclamation chairman of the stats
Democratic and
Walter K. Brock elected secretary,
no oilier names coming before toe
committee. lo be
spirited factional fight In com-
was apparently avoided when
K. x. Hackett, of moved
that one friend of each candidate
named on a committee to consider
set of rules submitted by T. D. War-
of New for governing the
senatorial primary. Judge J.
ford Biggs, who held a proxy, pro-
tested for Governor the
friends of each candidate for senator
should be allowed carefully to scan
rules, he saying that they appeared
but that there were minor
I tails that needed to be worked out
He thought the committee should ad-
for two weeks no that the sen-
candidates might examine the
rules. Members of the committee
would not consent to this, some of the
committeemen urging hat the rules
be disposed of section b section.
Some of the Simmons supporters made
the point that the friends of each can-
should have presented rules so
that the committee could have accepted
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I WANTED Bad Debts to Collect
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Fall Session, Begins Sept
Special attention given to English. Mathematics, sciences and
Ly teachers of long experience For grade of preparation and
deportment of pupils consult of the University and the col-
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MOVES PHARMACY.
Jurors For Special Term
The county commissioners drew the
following Jurors to serve during the
special criminal term of court to be-
gin on July
John G. Rives. Willie Mayo. W.
James Harris. D. H. Harris B.
C. Mm. Roberson, R. James
E. L. Mayo. C. B. Whitehurst. W.
J. Smith. A. P C. IS. Wynn.
C. Fleming, T. C. Carroll. David
Smith, E. P. Rodgers. Nobles.
H. A. Pierce. Fred W. Worthington,
Rudolph W, If. Wall. W.
B. C. H. Rodgers. G. H.
Smith. J. R. New
ton, S. T. Lewis, J. Y. Monk. Boy ton
Boyce, R. N. W. G.
E. B. E. C. Williams,
J. F. Harris, J. A. Moore.
Sleeping In Hot
Nothing so fortifies one against at-
tacks of hot weather as a good night's
sleep. -For lots of people nothing is
harder to get. If you have not taken
amount of exercise, per-
haps you don't deserve much sleep. If
you are troubled with Indigestion, eat
a light fruit supper, or omit It en-
If your room or your bed Is
hot. or If you are too warm to go to
sleep quickly on a bot night, take a
cool bath Just before A tub
bath is excellent, but a cold rub down
with a doth or sponge Is almost as
good. After thus becoming throughly
cleansed and cooled by such a bath, it
is comparatively to get a good
night's sleep in spite of the hot
weather.
Children who have been brought
up as pets may never get over being
Ledger.
A special term of court for the trial
of criminal cases will be held during
the week beginning 22nd.
July
Who have been on trial for nearly two
years on the charge of having murder-
ed and his wife In
June. 1900. were adjudged guilty in
varying degrees. The verdict declares
guilty of
Mono. Antonio
and Mariano guilty of
murder of and
guilty of the murder of wife.
Alfonso, tho alleged leader of
Giovanni DI Ma-
and the others are convicted of
being Instigators of the crime and
members of the criminal
The of the cont Immediately
sentenced the condemned men
LEGAL NOTICE.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Sarah K. Cox. having as
administrator of the of George
Cox. deceased, before D. C. Moore,
clerk of tho superior court of Pitt
Count notice is hereby given that
all persons indebted to said estate
are hereby required to make
settlement with the undersigned
administrator and all persons holding
claims against said estate are hereby
required to file claims with said
administrator duly verified within
twelve months from the date hereof,
this notice will be plead in bar of
recovery.
This the day of June. 1912.
SARAH E. COX,
Administrator of tho estate of George
W. Cox. deceased.
F C. HARP INC. Attorney.
ltd
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Having qualified as administrator
of William Williams, deceased, late
of county, North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased to
exhibit them to the undersigned, or
his attorneys. F. James and Son.
K. within twelve
months or this notice will be plead
in bar of their recovery
I All persons indebted to estate
will please make immediate payment.
This June 19th, 1913.
This Space is Reserved
for
The Greenville Banking
and Trust Company
i of Greenville
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J. E.
N. C.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Illy
in the county prosecutors office here
today seeking a warrant for the
rest of J. W. Heck, W. King.
cashier for a local traction company.;
whipped a pistol and shot four
times, two bullets taking in
Hick's body, the other two slightly
wounding two deputy prosecutors and
narrowly missing Judge Ralph S.
of the Court.
Earthquake Shakes Again Felt
in Alaska
Alaska, July con-
with earthquake shocks of
Saturday night and Sunday, felt
throughout Alaska, it is now feared
Mount is erupting.
Wireless connection With Is-
land is broken, navy wireless
station hers has been unable to com-
and Bristol Hay
Sines the earthquake. At
in the Copper river country, the shocks
were heavy, Miles and fluids glaciers
are more Ice than ever
before.
Another Shark Reported
Fairbanks. Alaska. July
shocks, mostly mild, at intervals
of one to two hours since Sunday, a
quake was felt today equal in violence
to first shock reported. Interior
towns report shocks yesterday
with those here.
sale
North Carolina, County,
In the Superior court.
J. E. Winslow vs James ii. Hem-
by.
By virtue of power vested in me by
that execution issuing to me from the
superior court of Pitt county in the
above entitled cause In favor of the
plaintiff and the defendant
and pursuant to attachment duly levied
on tho property below described and
by virtue of authority vested in m
by the laws of the state of North Car-
I shall sell for cash to the high
eat bidder at public auction at the
court house door of Pitt county in
Greenville, X. C. on the first Mon-
day in August. 1912. it being the 5th
day of at o'clock,
noon, all the right, title and interest
It being a one-tenth undivided inter-
est in the remainder in fee of the
said James It. in and to the
following described tract of real es-
lying, being and situate In the
county of Pitt and state of North Car-
to
Bounded by the lands of the Craw-
ford heirs, the Elks land, Lawrence
Anderson, J. F. King others, and
being the land of which the late Geo.
W. Hemby died seized and possessed
as evidenced by certain deeds from
A. J. R. A. Geo.
Jefferson. Tyson and others, and
containing 1-2 acres, more or less;
the Interest to be sold being such
interest was devised to the said
James B. by Geo. W. Hem-
by in his last Will ard Testament, the
said James B. Hemby being one of the
children of the said Geo. W. Hem-
by.
This the 1st day of July, 1912.
S. I. DUDLEY,
ltd Sheriff of Pitt County
THE OLDEST BANK IN PITT COUNTY
With its of OVER
One Quarter a Million Dollar
STANDS READY ITS OLD
AND INVITES NEW ONES.
A R. L.
James L. Little,
Water to
At the 1.-st meeting the city Water
and Light Commission in order was
granting free to
the churches of the town, the service
J to necessary use of tho
churches. This is a donation on the
of the town that the
will fully appreciate.
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WHETHER you feed or sell your hay. it should be baled.
Haled hay takes up much less room and nets a better price
than loose hay. It is always ready for any market at top
price, while loose hay must be sold near borne, at whatever you
can get. .
I C H HAY PRESSES
have many points of strength, and convenience found
in no other presses. They are equipped with a compound lever
and a toggle Joint plunger which gives th. i treat compress-
power. A pound pull on the sweep of a H C
press gives pounds pressure In the bale chamber.
The bed reach is only Inches high and very The
bale chamber is very to reach over to tie the bale.
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GREENVILLE IS THE
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CAROLINA. IT HAS
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THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
AND ONE, AND IS
ROUNDED THE BEST
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N. C, JULY l,
NEGRO KILLED
NEAR BETHEL
Nathan Succumbs to
Bullet
SEEMS COLD-BLOODED MURDER
Immediately Following a Quarrel
an Egg, Negro Kills Bis Con-
With a Revolver. Has
Taken lo Tall Timbers
What appears to be a cold blooded
murder took place yesterday In the
early afternoon In Saw Mill,
near As an excuse for the
killing-, there is an alleged fight over
an egg. At least that is all that could
be learned.
Bruce Pierce and
bud been working for a while in tho
saw mill and until yesterday
had happened to point out that
there were in differences between tho
However, alter three
o'clock there arose a over
the ownership of an egg and the col-
men started to have a light with
axes Hint they picked up.
disarmed his opponent and there stop
the activities. Not so with Pierce,
who went down the road with a prom-
of speedy return and vengeance.
was warned that Pierce
would keep his promise, but paid lit-
heed to the warning. About half
an our later Pierce did return, a pis-
in his hand. Without making much
fuss he stole behind and Hi-
ed the fatal shot, the bullet enter-
the back and drilling
through the stomach. Pierce made
a quick get away and died
about an hour after the shooting.
Several were Immediately
organized to capture the murderer, but
up to press-time no news of his
whereabouts had been gathered.
was a
Last spring he worked for a while In
Mr. Haywood Hall's brick yard near
town.
IS ARTISTIC AND FINANCIAL
BY ALL
The Ladles of the End of the Century
and St. Guild Realize Beat
Sum for I Fund
The lawn given last night in
Mr. B. B. beautiful lawn
by the ladles of the Bad of the
Club and St. Paul's Guild was
I success from every point of view.
A financial and artistic success is the
proper way to the
Promptly at p. m. the enter-
started and by that time a
good crowd had assembled. Every
number of the was faithfully
rendered and loudly appreciated by
the audience. many little
den that took part did splendidly and
many were the congratulations show-
on the performers. The
music numbers were excellently
and the announcer. Mr. W. Hay-
wood Dall, Jr., did not lack friendly
support from the audience.
It would not he fair to say that
such or such numbers were good.
They were all excellent. perhaps
Miss Hetty dancing being most
admired.
About were realized from the
and this sum could hardly be
better employed than for the cause
it is to be used. The Ladies
for the last night's
entertainment are to be congratulated
much as the performers w-ho so
graciously consented to act. Through
their confined efforts some worthy
young lady will he able to secure an
that her circumstances in
life deny her.
Monument, Goal of
Pilgrimage
fork Murder Mystery
Clears
NEW YORK, July
Swartz. father of Swartz, the
young man wanted by the police In
connection with the murder of the
child, Julia Connors, In the Bronx
last week acknowledged today In a
statement made to Assistant District
Attorney Nott that Ilia son had con-
fessed to that ho had killed the
child and that he had told his son
to go out and commit suicide.
The father in his statement said lie
believed the boy did as he was told.
Today Mr. Nott summoned the
parents of the murdered girl and Mr.
and Mrs. Swartz to the office. The
torn and stained garments which the
dead girl had worn were spread on
a table and they caught the eyes of
the two families as they entered.
Mrs. Connors swooned and her
band broke down, weeping.
Mr. Swartz appeared deeply affected
and when a moment later Mr. Nott en-
the room cried
My son did it. The day after the
my boy came to me and admitted
that he had killed the little Connors
girl. I looked at him and then told
Elizabeth City to Have New
Playhouse
CITY. July
plans for the new are now on
at Jewelry store
The building will be a very hand-
some structure, similar t the Casino
at Ocean View, seating seven
hundred. The managers promise to
have the in readiness to open
to the public October the sixth.
mm gives fortune THREE BOYS DROWN
IN TAR RIVER
C. SHARE
Wisconsin Labor Federation
July
la entertaining during the re-
of the week the annual con-
of the Wisconsin State Fed-
of Labor. The attendance in-
representatives of labor bodies
throughout the state. In addition to
transacting considerable bus-
the convention will discuss a
range of topics affecting the In-
of organized labor.
him that the only thing to do was to
go out and commit suicide. believe
he did so.
hearing this statement the as-
district attorney immediately
took all present to the grand jury
room. Later it was said that the
lice knew where young Swartz was
and that they were waiting only for
a certified copy of the Indictment be-
fore placing him under arrest.
His were not revealed,
thought it was explained that he was
outside of the state. Ills funds are
said to have been exhausted, making
it Impossible for him to continue the
flight.
SEVERAL hundred members of the league
are to tour Germany this summer. They are Instructors in schools
and colleges throughout the States who arc combining pleas
and Instruction by visiting many of large cities and centers ,
learning of Fatherland. The tour, which will last for five weeks, will
Include the cities of Bremen, Hamburg, Cologne.
Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Munich, Dresden, Leipzig and Berlin, In which last
named city will be held the fortieth annual convention of the league. A
notable feature of the pilgrimage will be the gathering of the tourists at the
foot of the gigantic monument, opposite on the Rhine,
commemorating the war of The pedestal, eighty-two feet in height.
Is surmounted by a heroic size bronze of holding the imperial
crown, typifying the founding of the German empire. Here the tourists will
sing am and other patriotic a fervor which
only know the German temperament can appreciate,
.
French Aviator Gored to
Death
PARIS. July Latham,
the famous airman and
one of the pioneers of heavier-than-air
aviation was killed by a wild buffalo
yesterday during a hunt in the French
Congo.
The governor general of French
equatorial Africa, Martial Henri Ber-
in telegraphing the news today to
the Minister of the Colonies, says La-
out with a number of
in the forest when he shot and
wounded a buffalo which Immediate-
charged him and gored him and
trampled him to death.
death on tho
Churl river, near the
practically In the center of the
Sudan, In the direction of Lake Chad.
The date of the fatality was June
Not But
SPRINGFIELD, Mass., July
plans in Conn., grew
foil inches overnight, to
farmers, as a result of yesterday's
rain, the first in six weeks. P
declare that by actual measurements
made on their return from church yes
tobacco in tents, known as
shaded tobacco, had grown seven inch
cs in forty-eight hours. If this rate
Of growth Is maintained ladders will
ho required to harvest the top leaves.
Veracious farm hands who have
been sleeping out doors during the
high temperature complained to their
employers today tat their slumbers
were disturbed last night by the con-
incident to the rap-
Id growth of the tobacco plants.
Armstrong
Terms He Bequeaths
Ills Fortune lo the Two I
RICHMOND. Jul Arm-
strong announced the
terms of the disposition of his estate
and according to his announcement
of several months ago the University
of Virginia and the University of
Carolina are to be the two
greatest beneficiaries.
Mr, docs not Intend to dis
pose of his at his death by
will, but has already taken the steps
to convey his entire property,
mated at in trust to the
Virginia Trust Company of Richmond
In which he names the two above
named as residuary
tees, with nine other institutions In
other several states to receive
each.
Control the property is retained
by Mr. during his lifetime.
and the right to vote stock, but he
not to any of the real
estate or an tho
except for the permanent
of his Mills proper-
in Virginia and his New York es-
To Columbia University of New-
York, he leaves tho interest
of which is to go toward Increasing
the Chandler historical prize. The
Virginia Military Institute, the Col-
of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
of North Carolina, the town of Roan-
Rapids, n. c. the University of
South Carolina, tho South Carolina
College, the Clemson Agricultural
College, in South Carolina and the
College of Charleston are each given
bequeaths of The interest on
the given to the town of Roan-
Rapids is to be expended
ally for n tree for the public
children and provision is made
for the gradual increase of the fund.
Each child is to receive a present.
Mr. who is a member of
the Chandler family of New York, but
who has restored the original spelling
of the family name, has been adjudged
sane by the courts of Virginia, but
the New York courts have ever set
aside a decree declaring him menially
irresponsible. By the execution of the
deed of trust in Virginia he hopes to
secure the carrying out of the terms
of his will,
Theodore and Elbert Tucker and
Robert
BODIES FOUND SUNDAY
Families of Yeats
by Crowds
on Spot Where
Tragedy Friday
Meet at
N. C , July
ville Hung the banner of Black
cat to the breeze today in honor of
the members of the Concatenated Or-
of who have gathered
here from all directions to attend their
annual general convention. The
of the order, Which is of a
fraternal and social character, is con-
fined to these engaged in the lumber
trade or the allied Industries, Nearly
every section of the United Slates and
Canada is represented.
it has been the unbroken
custom of the order to begin its an-
meeting at the mystic hour of
nine on the morning of the ninth of
the month. This year, however, it
was decided to change the of the
meeting from September to
mer as it was thought tho attendance
would be much larger.
On Sunday was enacted the
scene of the tragedy of Friday after-
noon in which three boys, Theodore
and Tucker, sons of Mr. and
Mrs. S. Tucker and Robert
son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
lost their lives. It was on that day
the waters of Tar river yielded
bodies to the hands of relatives and
friends to be transferred sorrowfully
into the bosom of mother earth.
Henri rending Indeed was the grief of
the parents and families of the dead
boys when their bodies were
home and hundreds who had gather-
ed mourned In sympathy with them.
Tho particulars of the drowning
of these three boys, as far as could
e told, though just how they were
drowned may never be known, have
already been published. The two
Tucker boys and another brother. Mil-
ton, and Robert their cousin
who was visiting them, left Mr. Tuck-
house about one o'clock and sent
to the river about a mile distant, Bali-
Milton got tired the fishing
about three o'clock and returned home,
the other boys at the river.
failed to home as dark
drew near and Mr. Tucker sent Milton
back to the river to call them.
When lie reached the river he found
only their clothes piled on the river
bank and saw the canoe in which he
left them Ashing pulled up on a sand
bar with the tackle all in it. The sup-
position is they left the boat,
dressed on the river bank, went in
swimming and in some way were all
owned.
The alarm was given and a large
crowd gathered to begin a search for
the bodies. This was kept up through
Friday night, all day Saturday and
through Saturday night. Some drag-
the river, others walked the banks
and watched the stream and still
in gas boats patrolled back and
forth for several miles below the
scene, hoping to find the bodies.
Saturday afternoon several ticks of
dynamite wore exploded where
drowning must have in tho
hope that it would dislodge the bod-
and cause them to rise to tho
surface, hut accomplished
Early Sunday morning th. first re-
ward came to the faithful efforts of
searchers, who had been their
task about forty hours through two
nights and n day. when the body of
Robert Boated upon the water
near the scene of the drowning. A
few hours later the patrol boats found
the bodies of both the Tucker boys,
one of them a mile and the other
about two miles down the river.
The burial of the two Tucker boys
took place together Sunday afternoon
In Tucker grave yard near Salem
church, mid about the same hour Rob-
was burled in the grave
yard near Red Banks church. The
attendance both funerals was very
large. Daily Reflector, July 15th.
RUBBER ts.
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Title
Eastern reflector, 12 July 1912
Description
The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
July 12, 1912
Original Format
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Location of Original
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