Eastern reflector, 2 August 1912






WE OFFER YOU
Summer Footwear
AT-
REDUCED PRICES
A cordial invitation to inspect
our stock is extended to all
who desire neat, and
comfortable shoes at
low prices.
COME TO SEE US
J. R. J. G.
Greenville, N. C.
GREENVILLE TOBACCO
MARKET
OPENS
AUGUST
And on that date we will be open and ready
with our large NEW BRICK WAREHOUSE,
built on the lot from which Ware-
house was burned. It is the best arranged,
best lighted and largest Brick Warehouse in
this section.
The members of our firm are not strangers
to you; both are known as judges of the weed,
and as both will run the sales, you can rest as-
sured that you will get full value for your to-
With the best and largest Warehouse,
plenty of cash to back our knowledge
of tobacco, we know we can please Bring
us your first load, and if prices will held
we will sell the balance of your crop.
Gorman will still hold the leaf
business he has always had, and with his large
steam plant hopes to be able to care for all his
friends tobacco.
Drive to NEW BRICK WARE-
HOUSE and be convinced that we are your
friends.
Gentry Gorman
LEGAL NOTICE.
Mid TO
Sarah Cox. having as
administrator of of George
W. Cox. deceased, before D. C. Moore.
clerk of the court of
notice s hereby given
ail parsons Indebted to said estate
are hereby required to make
settlement with the undersigned
administrator nod all persons holding
Claims against said estate are hereby
required to rile claims with said
administrator duly verified within
twelve from the date hereof.
this notice will be in of
recovery.
This the 18th day of June.
SARAH E. COX,
Administrator of the estate of George
W. Cox. deceased.
F. HARDING. Attorney.
ltd
ADMINISTRATOR'S
Having qualified as administrator
of William Williams, deceased, late
Pitt county. Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having claims
against the of said deceased to
exhibit them to the undersigned, or
hie attorneys. K. G. James and Son.
Greenville. N. within twelve
months or this notice will be plead
in bar of their recovery
All persons indebted to estate
will please make immediate payment.
This June 1912
J K.
ltd ft factor, N. C.
SALE
North Carolina. Pitt County.
In the Superior court.
J. E. Winslow B. 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 against the defendant
and pursuant to attachment duly levied
on the property below described and
by virtue of authority vested in me
by the laws of the state of North Car-
shall sell for cash to the high
est 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 5th
day of 1912. at o'clock,
all the right, title and interest
it being a one-tenth undivided inter-
est in the remainder in fee of the
said James H. 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
Hounded by the lands of the Craw-
ford heirs, the land. Lawrence
Anderson. J. F. King and others, and
being the land of which the late Geo.
W. died seized and possessed
as evidenced by certain deeds from
A. R. A. Willoughby. Geo
Jefferson. Tyson and others,
containing 1-2 acres, more or less;
Interest to be sold being such
interest as was devised to the said
B. Geo. w. Hem-
by in his last Will and Testament, the
said James II. Hemby being one of the
children of the said W. Hem-
by.
This the 1st day of July. 1912.
S. I. DUDLEY,
ltd Sheriff of Pitt County
BULL MOOSE
NOW MELTING POT
SCALP
All Discontented Welcome
Kerchief
Under
MOOSE CHIEF VERY HOSPITABLE
and to
be Welcome Into
en Part. Ks Need to
About Former Polities
NEW YORK. July his first
speech since he returned from
go. Colonel Roosevelt today set forth
his reasons for leading in the
of a new party.
His address was delivered at a
meeting of the New York State
Chairmen of the national
party. Colonel Roosevelt did not
intend to speak, he declared, but the
chairmen would not be denied.
Colonel Roosevelt No man
knows better than I that enthusiasm
and principles cannot be
without organization and work.
A great responsibility rests upon you
men here, who are undertaking the
organization of a new party which is
to stand four squared to democracy,
which is to be literally the party of
the people.
It will fight on live and not
dead ones. It will embody a protest
against the corruption of both of the
old party mat nines. It will be a party
into which ex-Democrats and ex-
Republicans without regard to their
political past as to come in an exact
equality and to have each the same
j n the party management.
When we get this started It will be
a party and not only representing
the people at election time but will
represent them in party management.
We are going to see to it that it is or
gnawed so that it Will be
for any fifty three men. chosen four
years before by politicians to stand
superior to all the voters of a great
state like and that if that
site has not shaped its laws
a given call of fifty three
men the state shall not dis-
enfranchised.
My own judgment is
names. Guggenheim and Co.
made a poor swap when they took two
stolen delegate from California in
place vote of Cali-
They were not Contented with
that. the
vote of Massachusetts for vote of
two I think it was about
el expensive a swap as was ever made
by political am g
by political managers.
Dandruff and Every Form of Scalp
Disease Cured Quirk 1.1
It is simply wonderful how
goes after dandruff. You rub a little
it in tips of the fingers. It
gets right down into the glands,
the head
stops the itch, and
makes the head feel fine. No. it isn't
is a fine, clear, vanish-
liquid. You don't have to even
wash your hands after using
And what a wonder it is for eczema,
rash, pimples and all skin afflictions
A j cent trial bottle at
is guaranteed to stop any skin
irritation.
is prepared by K. W. Rose
Medicine Co. St. Louis. Mo., and is
regularly sold by druggists at SI a
bottle. Hut to prove what it will do
at expense. is not put
up in cent trial bottles.
South
em
In fishing for compliments use fresh
bait.
the
finishing the page.
Fresh people usually consider them-
selves the salt of the earth.
We all regret many things we
haven't only a few we have.
It's a good plan to believe only
you hear; then forget half of that.
PREMIER CARRIER OP THE
Direct points
North. South, East and West
LOW Ml TRIP FARES TO
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA
he Laud el The
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-
for It will be wise for yon
to consult a representative of the
Southern Railway, or write the under-
signed, who will gladly and courteous-
furnish you with all information
as to your best and quickest schedule
and most comfortable way hi which to
make trip.
J. O. JONES.
Traveling Passenger Agent,
Raleigh. N. C.
Even good intentions prove too
much of a burden for some men to
carry.
Retribution is something we are
morally certain will overtake
people.
This Space is Reserved
for
The Greenville Banking
and Trust Company
Watch the Grow
Satire Bale
North Carolina. Pitt county.
In the Superior Court before C
Moore, Clerk.
E. Griffin and wife. Julia F.
Griffin; M. Cherry and wife Annie F.
Cherry and E. H. Foley
vs.
William F. Cherry.
virtue of decree the Super-
Court made by D. C Moore,
clerk, on the 15th day of July, 1912.
in the above entitled special proceed-
the undersigned
will, on Monday, the 16th day of Au-
1912. at o'clock, noon, expose
in public sale before the court house
door, in Greenville. North Carolina,
Pitt County, to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described lot or
panel of land to and be-
in the town of Greenville. North
Carolina, situated on the North side
of Third Street and west side of Co-
h street adjoining Third Street on
the south and on the
east and the lot known as the W. H.
Harrington lot on the north and the lot
known as the lot on the west,
containing about one-half acre, more
or and being the lot on which
U Mary Foley formerly
This is made fur the purpose of
making partition among the heirs at
law Mrs Mary Foley
the 16th day of July. 1912.
F. C. Harding,
ltd Commissioner.
Illuming Una
Lay it to Bryan. No matter what
are, he probably did
Press.
A widow Is never more dangerous
than when she tells an old bachelor
that she was never really happy in her
married News.
will save the dyspeptic from many
s misery, and enable him to cat
whatever he wishes. They prevent
HEADACHE,
cause the food to assimilate and
the body, give keen appetite,
solid muscle. Elegantly sugar
No Substitute.
The Bank of Greenville
THE BANK IN PITT COUNTY
With Us of OVER
One Quarter a Million Doll an
STANDS READY TO SERVE ITS OLD
AND INVITES NEW ONES.
R. L.
L. Little,
S. T. HOOKER.
II. D. Watt man,
d no
U C
en
MONEY LOST
EVERY year some farmers lose money
by buying the first is offer-
ed them without looking over our lines
of FARM MACHINERY.
We carry an up-to-date line of farm
and machines that we know will
give you absolute satisfaction. They are
the most practical, economical and
on the market.
We carry a stock of repairs for the ma-
chines we sell, which is to be considered in
buying machinery.
Our desire is to give you the best service
possible and we will do everything in our
power to merit your patronage. See to it
that YOU do not lose money this year.
THINK OF
HART HADLEY, Hardware
GREENVILLE, North Carolina
CO
s-
to
IS THE
RT OF EAST E S
CAROLINA. IT HAS
POPULATION OF FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
ONE, IS
ROUNDED Y THE REST
COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES OF ALL
ELM'S ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HAVE TO
OFFER THE WAT OF
LA CA PIT A L
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE YE AN UP TO DATE
JOB AND NEWSPAPER
PL
Is the Most Useful, the Most Healthful, the Vest el Man. George
WE HAVE A ULA
OF TWELVE III V
DEED I
PEOPLE IS THE EASTERN
FART OF NORTH CARO
LISA ASH INVITE TB
WHO WISH To GET .
ACQUAINTED WITH
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IS
A BUSINESS WAT TO TARE
A FEW INCHES SPACE ASH
TELL THEM WHAT
TO BRING TO THEIR
ATTENTION.
OUR ADVERTISING
RATES ARE LOW CAN
BE HAD UPON
ME
I M II I I. I. C t,
M II.
ARM OF LAW DESCENDS
Lieutenant Leader of the Strong Arm Squad Arraigned
Before New York Judge And Charged With
Rosenthal's Murder
JACK DOSE ELS WHITMAN BECKER
Hit
YORK, July A. Becker,
real came us dramatic climax to the past fortnight's
Investigations of the murder, has been u member of
Xe York police force nearly twenty rear, appointment
dating back November remained a private in the
ranks for ten years, being promoted to a post in 1903,
A months after he became a Becker came in-
to public view as the hero a drowning rescue on
the Baal water For this he received a hero
medal. Two years later, however. the trial of Inspector
the man whom Becker had rescued from water,
is said to have made an affidavit stating the rescue was
faked and that he received a certain sum his part in it.
The first serious case in which Becker was concerned was
the Shooting dead of a plumber's helper. John Fay. who
was killed by a bullet lire and another policeman were
suspended following an Investigation, but were reinstated.
Becker was placed in Charge of the so called strong arm
squad en June 1911. Since time he has been much ill
the public eye. making many spectacular raids Last March a man
was killed by a billet tired during one of his raids. linker
relieved from charge Of the for a lime, hut was later re-
assigned It. During the year he was in charge of the strong
arm Becker made more than raids. the attack
mi Rosenthal's place on April
NEW YORK. July -While lice Lieutenant Becker tor Hie
A. Becker, fur nearly twenty years of the gambler, Herman
a member of the New York police confessions of
department and later commanding and
the so called strong arm paced revealed to District At-
his cell in the Tombs today protest- Whitman the police system in
inn his innocence of murder, all its
New York officials from Mayor I The public prosecutor, following
down went forward with the of the three confessions,
into the death of Herman ,. . . . . ., .,.
tinned his search for evidence that
the gambler, whose murder
Becker is alleged have instigated up than
l . . L . . . I I . ,. t i
to frustrate. s threat
Pygmy
And the Ordinary Size
officials exported the
revealing an alliance between the
lieutenant and gamblers ten-
Tile arrest of Becker lays bare a
in different cells, fearful of the scandal in the police department that
and to shake it to its foundation,
protection are Jacob for District Attorney Whitman
Webber, eves the story of police has only
and workers of the under- half told, Rosa con-
world, who confessed last they Becker came to and
set the stage at bidding and fairly desperate over Rosenthal's in-
hired the assassins who of all he knew of his
to death iii front of the Hotel relations with Beck
or, has lived too
The Indictment and arrest of I'd- lie not to be put mil of the way
Mr. A. D. Dupree Joins Navy Yard Men
Moseley Bros. on Better Fooling
From the rd the Coming month
Mr. Alvin Dupree, who for the past
three years has been Identified with
of Mr II A. While, will
take up his duties as Insurance man
with the local III of Moseley
During the time Mr. has
Worked up insurance and its
allied lines he has made many friend
both in business and otherwise, and
they always him a most obliging
and active business man.
His intimate the line
of business he has pursued for the
last years, his ability and his
Willingness, augurs well for the choice
WASHINGTON, July
of New York has
that very nearly every good
; mechanic employed by the govern-
In the navy yards is
against in the matter of
cations and sick leaves and to put
the in a fairer position has
Introduced a hill giving f
, navy yards, gun factories and
fifteen days leave of absence
pay every year and clays
sic k leave.
Misses Johnnie and Lucy
Little went to
evening.
E EVIDENCE
IN ATLANTA TRIAL
JUSTICE
IN
Accuses Husband of Does
Shamming
Not Refer to Contestants
Abusively
BELIEVE PHYSICIANS HIS HAT ALSO II THE
photo by
photo
pygmy acquired New York
park at a cost of arc the
to the pygmy taring i.
as almost mythical were In Liberia an
hunter explorer In a reeking with An ordinary hippo
weigh more than measure some eleven feet In
twelve in length. The- of these pygmy hippo
weighs pounds. U thirty Inches at the seventy
Inches in from end of nose to of tall, the tall Itself Is twelve
Th female stands eighteen high at the shoulders
The skull of the pygmy is more Of rounded on Its
upper Its art longer and more slender In proportion, Its
not like those of the giant The fore of the pygmy Is rein
lively than that of the large The lower Jaw only two
while the has four The eyes are not set as high In
the small as In one.
Slack and White Serious Accusation
stars Disagree Against Asheville Man
RICHMOND, Va., July There Is
a Huh division now in the Republican
party in Virginia.
The black and Inn root ion
Roosevelt wing f the a. P. has
bees Formation i
straight convention which has
loose from tin- while
the black tun national
and will gather here tin
Hie leadership K. Pollard
to name to Chicago
so called Bull Moose
This movement has no connection
the scheme
Includes the Virginia that
followed Gen. it. Jackson
in native mm. Wood
row Wilson.
Republicans,
Lily white Roosevelt
cans and . i Roosevelt
Republicans are now before the pub-
in Virginia.
We Asheville, a man
years respectable
family, was arrested at
on the charge criminally
a Iii old girl Weal Ashe
. villa brought lore an I
placed in jail, lie would
a statement, hut told of
county he was of
I assault. According to the story
sill. attacked in
place as she was fr.
a neighbor's to home. Offices
I were notified and search
Immediately, mat-
wan kepi several hours.
Physicians report girl is not in
i dangerous condition,
There are more lemons than plums
on the political
Mother of Tells
that Mr-. Wanted
Place illume ii
Holler, t Crowded
Atlanta, July Ho
Daisy on trial here ac-
. having attempted to kill her
once, declared if any
body had shot Grace it was
butler, was recited on the
Stand Mrs. S L. Hill.
s null her.
Mrs. Grace arrived the Hill home
iii testified Mrs. Hill,
and as informed Grace had
been shot in his home in Atlanta.
I had told
Mis. Hill, Daisy said she I
no it. I I
v as afraid Gene had accidentally shot
himself.
II anyone, shot Gene, she said. Mis.
Grace declared, ii was
Yesterday he nearly
beat Martha to death and told
if touched her again In- would
his c me out on him,
Mrs. Hill her where
had been shot. Through tie
lung, she replied. When later she
told Daisy Unit was still alive
land had loin lo hospital,
Mrs Hill said Daisy asked as lo the
proximity of the and tin- heart
and remarked that she did lint know
anybody who bad been shot through
heart could
Asked as lo whether Mrs. Grace had
re- wit-
Bald Mrs, Grace remarked in
mil, that she thought
should have life insured for her
protection.
month, Mis. Hill said, her
daughter fold her hod had
his life insured.
The witness
Why didn't you during your
preliminary examination what you
have said a item Mrs re-
mark concerning proximity of the
and lungs.
Developments are expected when
lie status of Sams, a mulatto
dressmaker, is explained, Her name
brought into the record
day, inn her connection with
inn was indicated.
Also, it is Intimated that Mrs. Grace
will try to show her husband is
not from the waist down
During the yesterday she
created a sensation when she re-
marked man Watch Gene's
lees move.
When questioned about the
of his limbs attributed it
to reflex action If anyone thinks I
am feigning helplessness, he said.
I'll allow them to slick a pin in no
body. If I an eye. I'll lee
any punishment.
Grace was again at the trial
today in of Intense heal in
the Courtroom. Mrs Grace came lo
court unaccompanied, she wore a
silk dress, a new
pompadour cannier creation i -t
hand was almost completely hidden
from crowd, mostly
men, by an expensive Panama hat
Chief Mailer I lark Delivered
inn- Refers
rd in Greensboro I
Outline- Hi-
July open-
i campaign for the senatorial
Chief-Justice Clark address-
ed a Greensboro last
He spoke, in part, as
wish to unequivocally that
i shall say nothing in
will reflect upon tin i
character of either of competitors.
They have lived clean lives. They
have been, and I hope Still are. lay
personal it la n.
upon them I aspire to the
Office which they desire. Their char
alters not in and will
not he an issue in this Their
i public property, and
w. have a right to scrutinize closely
the which the have
and for which they will stand
elected to senate.
was chairman
Democratic executive committee
buck in the nineties and he retained
long became
senator and Indeed, I until
second election to that
He has a large acquaintance, in-
deed l may say. organization unions
those who organize voters In
iii townships counties in be-
half of the s.
for years rep
Fifth
in Congress and course, had
an organization to aid him. In
canvass for governor in extended this
throughout state and sine, he has
been governor he has added lo this
lie natural gratitude men whom
he has appointed to office their
and also reflecting
Upon his exercise of the
power in any way. he has in many
will men . i n
instances he- has granted pardons.
Kin- years it understood
these gentlemen were as
for office senator and
these strong well or-
by their friends expected lo
other in contest, When
a ago Governor Aycock and my-
self announced ourselves candidates,
ii caused intense lo
side- Tiny as rash and
Inconsiderate on our part.
road in the States s. n
; i. is lo any man whom
shall wish to send I
do need to have chalked
any set of men. In language
of Mr. Roosevelt, it is in ring
and will he there when flu sun
ii on November
Heroines Sen Trunk line
. Ant. l -With
the Inauguration its m-w through
freight sen ice lo West today the
Maryland was
from a local railroad into an
pendent trunk system The western
outlet is gained through the now st
mile from Cumberland, Mel.
to connecting with
the and Lake road.
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W. A. BOWEN
The House of High Grade Merchandise
Woolen Dross GOOdS, P
Ki ad to be P the Goods at This Cloth, Best of Staple Dry
i Cm s Furnishings.
Women tad Will ii,. Pleased
Silks. Km In Tho Goods
ad at This Store
W. A.
GREENVILLE, North Carolina
DENIES ALL WORTH
I Jurist
Denial
That is Sum Paid Gunmen to Do
Killing
NEVER TOOK ADVANTAGE PRIVATE Al
FURNISHED WITH-
OUT A
PIANO
What adds more to the en-
of the family than
a PIANO in the home
No dealer can place one in
your home for less money
than we can.
Our prices and terms are
sure to please.
Sam White
Piano Co.
.
In Document He in
l, in I tn the Number Charge
lane Him in the
WASHINGTON. July 19.-Bitting
a court Impeachment Hie Senate W
adjourned after Judge
Robert w. formal answer
to him out
deciding if the trial go on this
or be postponed until this
v July Judge Rob
en W. of the Commerce
court in in iii.
I by th
,.; k, ;., for
denied to the Senate Bitting
. of that ;
ever need Influence .
i be net i
oh Mi- a l In
I i litigation before Inter-
Kan Police Only
inn ii. Hut Blade Him in
HI for Guilty
Parties. Becker Still on
NEW YORK, Atoms; Whit
is in
from Investigations of private
. that make him feel that h
capture the slayers the gambler
ii sure ground that th
Herman Rosenthal will soon be an
accomplished
I'll, public prosecutor has heard
that the five assassins, after shooting
Rosenthal fled to Rockaway
there in a gambling house lost the
i o, of their crime on gambling
Once broke slayers came back
ii is rent Into hiding. Th
gambling house in which they played
In to owned by Black Jack
Rose, om in, n now
c. mm is
hemmed
NO
Sot e , its
M-
G. M. MOORING SON
General
Merchandise
of cotton and
duce. We now the former
Co. ,
be slid to have our
on in.
Drug Co.
the Best
in Our
Prescription
ICE
CREAM
Superior to any.
Alt Soda Fountain
Toilet Articles,
Full Lint of
Stationery.
Fountain
Pens,
Kodak Supplies
Telephone
Cow Drug Co.
Greenville.
N.
state Commerce i that h
used his position In connection with tho shooting
ii credit from litigants Rosenthal,
bad undertaken to Rose. II is said, saw in it that the
i . i on a general business for slayers with proceeds of their
in coal crime, were taken to the
In the House Indictment gambling
To h l. s thousand dollars is said t.,
Judge replied th PaW
that none, even of true, constituted in Rosenthal Private
. offense. , high or confirmed information that
la as defined by th,. BO were Involved
lo kill
No hint has mi tho public
Many statements contained in i ,. , , . .
, prosecutor or tho private detectives as
were not disputed . . . ,, ,
, . , , to who paid the assassins.
.- . denied and
of others was asked on th.
ii l they w re too I
admit proper defense.
Judge admitted in- par-
I in the now noted K
Bank De ii i
and the
i. I Iron a subs
K. Ii Railroad. had
. In his court. I
that he or mil
of by. a Washington s; .;
Ida position lo ind In Sunday's .; News .
l. slat. i . . H. me Mr. Roy C.
ii, ; Flanagan had been sent to
Jurist denied i he at o . . , i
. ,. . ,. ., ,,;.,;.,;, . . Greenville, but telegrams from
. M S. Senators Simmons an,
. ,.,,. ,., s,.,,, . , Bl, Overman had naked th. i
.- M n Coal This
at the Rail- Postmaster Flanagan, which means
road interstate Commerce, everybody here regardless of party
Commission. William P, ltd and bu Monday both senator
brothers, Christopher and M
are principal stockholders In the here
and William P. Roland was be as
author of some of the charges on that re-
which the House Judiciary Committee Previous telegrams In
reported articles of in , foundation
The answer out
II it his participation In the Senator Overman In message.
lions with officials of the lo Mayor F. M. Wooten
Railroad for settlement for Watson
and Christopher Roland and that as
all his acts without pro or Washington. D. C. July
expectation of of any Whichard and Others,
kind N. C.
i Flanagan baa just been confirmed
upon my motion.
LEE s
I All of road tho same
and in a few minutes after their re-
our was the hap-
man In Greenville was be-
congratulated by all b I i he
news. Responses of
won promptly wired Over-
man for his action.
This is Mr. Flanagan's third
look their places the counsel table
a few minutes after S n con-
as a court of
S Kern
Watson. Foster who
wore absent when tho case first
taken up. were sworn In as members
Hip court.
It took the clerk of the St n ten
minutes to n id Journal the last
day court's sitting. Th Sen-
if
point men as postmaster and the
endorsement of
people
FLOWERS
When you want the best.
we are at your services.
Choice
Violets and Wedding Is
the Latest Styles.
Floral offerings artistically
at short notice.
J. L Co.
N. C.
D. J. JR.
Agent for and
SEE HIM,
M.
Tl
day of 1912
W. A. TAYLOR,
W. M. MOOSE,
Taker.
m the l
defendant's attorneys r pro- . ,
pared to make answer to the .,,. ,.,,., ,,., ,,,.,. ,
me with om- . and than he.
would like hue n read from
clerk's said Mr
NOTICE OF
W, A. Taylor enters and claims the
following piece or parcel of land In
the county of township,
described and d as
Adjoining land the
and W. A. Taylor on
the north, the Jesse land om the
west and south and K. G. Man-
land on the east. Containing
tow and twenty-five acres,
more or less.
ESTABLISHED
S. M. Schultz
Wholesale and retail grocer and
dealer. paid
Fur, Seed Oil. barrels,
keys,
Oak bedsteads, Mattresses.
Suits, carriages, par
suits, tables, lounges, safes,
and Ax snuff, High
tobacco, Key West
i. cigars, canned cherries,
es. syrup. Jelly, Meat, flour,
sugar, coffee, soap, lye, food
matches, oil, cotton seed meal and
hulls, garden seeds, oranges, apples
nuts, candles, dried apples, peaches
prunes, currants, raisins, glass and
china ware, wooden re, cakes and
crackers, cheese, best
new Royal Sewing Machines and
numerous other goods. Quality and
quantity cheap for cash. Come to see
me. Phi. s U.
. collapses n
Port
Herman
the Senate and the reading
lengthy answer began.
of the
Sale lo Hull
tin
CHICAGO, July direct-
plans for the National
Convention i held August
today declared that the attendance
would exceed all expectations.
John F. We received
requests to hold seats for the
Indians delegation and friends of
alone, in addition Iowa. Penn-
Alabama. New York and
Virginia committees each
for hundred seats
Dr. rearing
Germany, July shock
catastrophe causing the death o
a large number of German
last evening at this
tie resort.
The landing stags, which was crow
dad to its utmost capacity, during i
concert given by the local hand, col-
lapsed and over B hundred
Into the sea.
There was a terrible scene of
as the people on shore and
on the ruins of the landing stage en-
to the men. women
and children In th
the wreckage
Twenty one bodies been
hut it is believed that many
ft m
Shoes
Every Pair a Bargain
The season grows late and we
are disposing of our large stock of
the season's latest styles in shoes at
A SACRIFICE
Look our stock over and save
money by your purchase-
It costs you nothing to examine
these goods and a very small sum to
make your
Shoe
Comply
I, ,,
VI R. C. S. WHO FORMERLY WAS
AGENT FOR THE
I BICYCLE
has seen account of other business en-
to turn over the agency of this ex-
machine to the
John Buggy Company.
We art also agents for the celebrated
Indian Motor Cycle.
S THIS MACHINE IS KNOWN TO BE THE BEST
MACHINE ON THE MARKET.
john Flanagan
buggies Buggy Co.
Agents for make N C.
bicycles and tires
We are prepared to do any repair work on
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.
CARR ATKINS
line of Hardware and Paints. Farm-
Implements best makes, Sporting
Goods, Etc.
Dr. II. O. Hyatt will be Hotel lost lives.
M to
diseases tit
excursionist, had come front
parts of Northwestern ti
spend the day on the seashore.
If it's in the Hardware line, we have it.
Reflector Advertisements Pay
Want Column
Announcements
PLAYS
Braves In Um
ten eat kinds
of bull in one afternoon.
S a
For r of Deeds Larry being out of Um
To the Voters of Pitt hereby a can- put quite a crimp in Nap
I take this method of announcing from the South side of Tar bluing and fielding.
myself a candidate for the office County Commissioner of
Register of of county, sub- county subject to the action and
to your consideration and approval of the Democratic voters of
val. Should you as your county
candidate, I will appreciate it
have for what you have done for me
tn the past. Should you see tit to
choose someone else, that will not
lessen by appreciation for what you
have already done for me and my
lore for the people of Pitt county.
Very respectfully,
T. R.
For Register of Deeds.
desire to announce that will be
candidate of Deeds be-
fore the Democratic primary or con-
which ever may be called for
the county of I shall be grace-
and appreciate the support of my
friends citizens of the county of
Pitt
J. HARRINGTON.
It
For 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 Democrat-
primary. I wish to thank my
friends for the support given four
rears and earnestly ask for same
In the coming primary.
BELL.
I m
Rex-Inter of Deeds.
I hereby announce myself a
date for Register of Deeds of Pitt
county, subject to the approval and
action of the Democratic party.
I Tl R. L LITTLE
LEVI PIERCE.
Frank of Troy
team, may take up
New York State leaguer, lo Cuba
fall.
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.
t ALEX L. BLOW.
For State Senate.
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.
Monte Cross hat quit i coating for
the Louts Brown, and la looking
tor a Job as manager of minor
Harry the former big
has been released as
of the Mansfield team in the Ohio
state league,
The best of fall when tun
against Walter Johnson. Ty Cobb
averaged six hit. a day for three days
in Philadelphia, then moved to Wash-
faced Johnson In the first
game and didn't got a hit
Pennant holies i the Chicago ant
are Is cal at. and not worth
a June;
iii.- iii.-ii the .; I.
won; then i i a wallop
Cubs and the pennant is lost i
be won again Cuba I k
out in.
Professional Cards
N. W.
Attorney Law
Ode formerly occupied by J. L
flaming
. North
F.
I bird in
The veteran, who is
.-till watching the game closely,
the Boston Red Box win the
in the American league.
pen-
Fag i Commissioner
To the voters of Pitt
want lo name a man for County
Commissioner from the North side of
the county, u man of business and that
is fully qualified to till the place and
If elected will look after the interests
of the county. Nominate and elect
Jack Dunn has a Meant
Baltimore this season, and the Roch-
ester Hustlers will have go some
they beat out he Orioles in the
international league race.
John who has Just
his Huh anniversary as man-
Bel., July
Republican. In assembled
here today for a convention
complete and elect
in attend the Progressive Na-
convention at Chicago
M.
Lawyer.
Office second floor In Wooten
on Third St., opposite court
U I. Moore W. H.
if
North famine.
Law
F. I If IN
Veterinary
at A. M. Allen's Stables.
R. C.
Day Phone Night Phone 28.-L
Will attend calls Day or
t H Ward C. C h
I N N.
H Hit A PI HI e
st
In all the
in Wooten building on
Street
. .
North
Leah Hotel Closes
F. M.
Lawyer
3rd St. 2nd floor Wooten
X. C.
ST, Mo., July
Southern Hotel, for one ff-
the best known in
try, lies. I tonight. The i
of hotel is said to i the
Inclination of ii proprietors lo de-
nOW their Lose the failure of
D. H. Clark
MEEK END ASH RATES
to
Morehead City Beaufort, S. C.
Sunday excursion tickets now on
and week end fares will become
effective Saturday. June 1st
For specific rates and complete
Engineer Attorney st formation apply to any agent of
A CLARK Norfolk Southern railroad.
i it-
him and you will make no mistake. New York Giants, says owners of the property
That man is John Taylor.
MANY VOTERS.
that he late Frank Sales was the
greatest manager ever piloted a
big league tern,
For The . . .
I hereby announce myself a can- Th. Northwestern league
for the House of team has Archie Persona
subject to the and crack of the
of the primary of Parsons for and was
Bod another
lessee The of the hotel is in
doubt ill is cell, rally believed that
p will I,, reopened.
W. CARTER. K. D.
Practice limited to diseases of the Eye.
Ear. Nose and Throat.
N. C Greenville. N. C.
with Dr. D. L. James. j
villa, day every Monday, to pm
Directory
Pitt county.
T. L. WILLIAMS
the leading batter in the
Canada league.
Western
In a recent gain,, between Daven-
port and Decatur, in the Three-Eye
DENVER. Colo., mar-;
Miss Harriot daughter ,
of the late Mrs. Sarah Decker,
the noted suffragist and woman's Club
and Caldwell Martin, a .-ll
known Denver lawyer, was quietly
celebrated today, is said lo have
been tie request of Mrs. Decker on
her death-bi d that her daughter's wed-
EVERETT
Attorney at Law
Edwards Building on the
House Square
title.
STY AND CITY OFFICIALS
I Lodges slid
the State Senate, to the ac-
of a voting primary of the Dem-
party under the plan of or-
Upon con-
e approval the people I stand upon the
platform of
For Register Deeds.
I hereby announce myself a
ate for Register of Deeds of
For State Semite
Haling been endorsed by anti- League. Davenport made an odd Hi-
ring element the Democratic party. Pl which two men were re- ,,,,, , ,,
um s-It a candidate for at the plate and another at 3rd
base.
Jimmy
anything on
To the News tn fall
WASHINGTON. D. C. Men
of the Democratic party.
A J. c.
For Constable.
I hereby announce myself a can-
for constable of
township, subject to the action and
approval of the Democratic party.
L. W. CHERRY.
For Constable.
I hereby announce myself a can
for Constable of
township, subject to the action and
approval of the Democratic party.
JESSE L. WHICHARD.
Constable.
I wish to announce myself a
for township con-
subject to tho Democratic
WALTER I.
For County
I hereby announce myself as a can-
from the north side of Tar
river for County Commissioner of PHI
county, subject to the action and
of tho Democratic primary of
Pitt county.
MONTGOMERY T. SPIER,
I. extension of the stock law
by . vote of the people ill the
effected,
The repeal of the law leg-
of the last legislature.
The Improvement of the public
without bond issues.
Against any bend Issue in Pitt
County for next two years except in
towns -and then only vote of the
people effected.
Improvement of the county home
A legalized primary for North
T. Initiative and Referendum,
if , -i the above principles
I most earnestly solicit
WILLIAM EVANS.
Braves when II comes to i, prominent In the
Where lite , of his .
began to arrive in the capita
The Choice Of ii public Interest is
i too important a for a
n to be handicapped bad Bl
blood or foul breath Avoid these
by taking Dr. King's New-
Life Pills. New strength, fine
pure breath, cheerful spirits
thing, that win their
Use Easy. safe. sure. at all
For Con stable
announce myself
iii exercises,
scheduled, which sch-
take the White
Huns., tomorrow forenoon, n the
weather is favorable. Mr. will re-
tho notification committee on
the rear portico i executive man-
which overlooks the ellipse and
down past the Washington
toward the Potomac, He will
speak from portico, with the com-
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION grouped him on
Notice is hereby given that the firm lawn, Al conclusion of the
Company, of monies the visitors will the guests
North Carolina, composed of the President luncheon.
V. and James M
Hines. has this day dissolved by mu- Insect Leg
consent. M. Mines A Huston man lost his leg from the
purchased the entire Interest of Z. bite of an insect two years before
In the business and will To avert such calamities from stings
continue the business In the name of and bites of insects use
ALBION
Attorney at law
in building. It
wherever art
desired
North
If. F. EVANS
at Law
opposite R. L. Smith Col
and next to John flan
Company's new
-ill -S. I. Dudley.
Clerk Superior C.
Register of Duds -W. M. Moore.
ii. Wilson,
OH. Laughing-
P. D.
J Holland, J. J. May, M. Lewis,
L. Proctor.
for constable of Heaver Dam
township, subject to action and
approval of the Democratic primary
J. I-. NICHOLS.
l It I m w
a Junes M. Hines.
IT
the Mb day of July.
Z. V.
JAMES M. HINES.
ltd
Salve promptly to kill the poll
on and prevent
and pain. Heals bums, boils, ulcer.
eczema, cuts, bruises. Only
it all druggist.
II. F. TYSON
Insurance
Life, Fire. Sick and Accident
on street, rear Frank
Wilson's store
t E
Central Barber Shop
Edmonds Clark and Latham
Proprietors
Located in main business part
of town. Four chairs In opera-
and each one presided over
by a skilled barber. Ladies
waited on at their homes.
For the Legislature.
I hereby announce myself a can-
for the House of
subject to the action and
of the Democratic primary
Pitt county.
S. T. CARSON.
May 10th. 1912.
For the Legislature.
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.
Hay 1912.
For County Commissioner.
I hereby announce myself as a can-
for County Commissioner of
Pitt county, subject to the action of
the Democratic primary.
SHADE ALLEN STOCKS,
For Count; 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.
S. PORTER
1912. e
MS
For County
Subject to approval by the Demo-
voters I hereby announce my-
self a candidate for nomination
of of Pitt
JNO. L. GIBSON
For The Legislature
I hereby announce myself a
date for the House of Representatives.
Subject In the action and approval
the Democratic primary of Pitt
E. WHICHARD,
Whichard, N. c.
For The Legislature
Having been endorsed by the
ring element of the
I announce myself a candidate for the
House of Representatives, subject to
the action of a voting primary of the
Democratic party miller the plan
o sanitation. Upon the question con-
fronting the people I stand upon the
following of
No Of the law
except by a vote of the people in the
territory effected.
Tin- of law
of tin- last legislature
it. The improvement of the public
road. Without bond issues.
Against any bond issue in Pitt
county for the next two years except
In and then only by vote of the
people effected.
Improvement of the county home
a legalized primary for North
Carolina
If you desire the above principles
be upheld I most earnestly solicit
your votes.
N. It. COREY.
Notice of Dissolution
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing be-j
I. ll. Fender and S. T. Hicks
doing a plumbing business under
name of Pender and Hicks, has been
this day dissolved by mutual consent
The same business win hereafter be
continued in the name of S T.
July 22nd. 1912.
L. II PENDER,
.-. T. HICKS
laid
at
j ii
J. E. WINSLOW
Hunsucker Buggies
Wagons
Gardner's Repair Shop
If you want the beet Cart
manufactured In Pitt County go u
Shop and ask for a pair
DIXIE WHEELS
Black Birch Hubs, split White
Spokes, Pitch-pine Rims. Steel
Axle, made by strictly
workmen. Every pair
Just around the corner from
market.
GARDNER'S REPAIR SHOP.
N. C.
In most cases
No man would
Suffer loss
Under no
would he
Admit his business
No longer needed
Careful protection,
Endangers it by neglect
Ton ii.
M. Wooten.
C. Tyson.
L. Carr.
Chief of T. Smith.
E. Nobles, B, B.
W. A. J. S. Tunstall J.
F. Davenport. H. F. Tyson, Z. P. Van-
Dyke, H. C. Edwards.
Water and Light
S. Spain, C. OH. L.
W. Tucker.
L. Alien
D. Overton.
Churches.
Baptist, O. M.
Hock, pastor; C. C. Pierce, clerk;
C. W. Wilson, superintendent of Sun-
day school; J. C. Tyson, secretary.
regular pastor.
Episcopal, St. Dallas
Tucker, rector. W. A. Bowen
superintendent of Sunday school.
R. v. Lancaster,
P U, Johnson, clerk.
Jarvis
K, M pastor; A, B,
clerk; II. D. superintend-
of Sunday school; L. II.
secretary. s
Move Chapel
Rev. W. O. pastor.
Pros Will Thomas
pastor.
Lodges.
Greenville No. A. F. and A. M.
K. Williams, W. M ; L. H. Pender,
Sec
Sharon. No. A. F. and A. M.
F D. i;. Griffin, Sec.
Greenville Encampment No. L
o. w. C. P.; .
H. Pender. Scribe.
Tar River No. K. J.
Woodward. A. H. Ellington,
of R. and S.
Chapter No. it. A. ti,
j J. N. Hart. H. p K E Griffin, Sec.
I Covenant No. I. O. O.
Meets every Tuesday night, E. O.
Flanagan, N ;.; L. ll Pender, Sec.
Tribe No. I.
R. a Sachem; J.
Evans. C. of R.
Horses and Mules
Phone No.
GREENVILLE, North Carolina
i i i.
I represent some
of the strongest in-
companies
in America.
L. Wilkinson
FUt
GREENVILLE, N C
Want Ads.
I Lillian Carr.
Miss Ward secretary.
Daughters of T.
Jarvis. president; Mrs. J. L.
en. secretary.
I The Kings A. I.
; Blow, president; Mrs. J. O.
i Secretary.
I Sans -President. Mrs.
Lewis Secretary. Mrs. W.
L. Hall
j Dunn, president;
D. It Clark,
End of Century- Mrs R. O.
fries, president; Mrs E B.
Secretary.
Round R.
Miss Nellie Denny, Sec.
Civic Mrs. T.
A Person.- Secretary. Mrs. T. H.





THE CAROLINA HOME
end FARM and EASTERN
REFLECTOR
Published by
ion In,.
O. J. Editor.
NORTH CAROLINA
. year, . .
U mouths.
rates may be hail
application at the office
Reflector
and i mid streets.
All cards of and resolutions
respect will be charged at
per word.
ply collect a higher price carry- from 1906 to 1911 served in a
certain freight than similar capacity in in March
they should collect were they
ed conduct the express business
s.
The express graft is one the main
reasons for the high cost of food
as much food stuff, especially the
fresh is carried by that
method.
1911, hi- resigned from the diplomatic
to return to Kentucky and
devote his attention to his business
Editorial of Human Interest
Communications advertising
dates will be charged for at
cents per line, up to lines.
as second clues matter
August 1910, at the post office at
Greenville. North Carolina,
act of March 1879.
FRIDAY. 1913
Three faces Reflector man
greatly missed at the Press
were Major London, Thad Man-
Jim Robinson A Press Con-
dot's not loom just right with
out presence of those three, es-
as they have been regular
attendants almost as far as we
can
Former Congressman John c;. Shaw
of in president of the
Law an Order of town and has
been quite active violators o
prohibition Recently he re-
an letter threatening
lo burn his property. had th
letter published together
with a reply in which said in
tended to prosecute violators to
fullest extent of his ability
no amount of throats nor acts
of would deter him in
discharge of his duly. Tin-
letter threats is evidence
that men win. engage in ii-
business will stoop to any crime
than be thwarted in their
pose
Press Comment
returning home from
Convention at Morehead City,
Phillips went right bark to talking
shout
-o-
Some
than they do
love their docs better
their children.
------o
ate in History
ed the island
IT SOW
trusts have found out that
nothing pays so well as dissolution.
the decree of tin- Supreme
Court which ordered the Standard
Oil trust to dissolve, the value of lit at
corporation's rose rapidly. The
decree, without changing the
trust except in a matter of
amounted practically to a
governmental guarantee to violate
the laws. Alter the decree was Is-
sued the trust owners discovered that
the monopoly stood in no further
danger prosecution as this
always been tin- great menace
lo the trust, It was a meat boon lo
have it Accordingly the
value tin- shares went skyward.
As i result, oilier trusts have be-
lo dissolve. The beef trust his
announced a dissolution plan, so that
too. will conform to the Supreme
Courts notion of what constitutes a
law abiding trust. The powder trust
did likewise, the terms of the
re.-, in its case, being w l it
the trust's own lawyers and
later approved by the Federal Court
of Delaware,
Dissolution is. next lo the high
the best thing that ever hap-
to the trusts.
WHAT WILSON S Mil
-Much criticism has been directed
against Governor Wilson by
ed men and newspapers because of
his alleged antagonism to
In one of Iris books Governor
Wilson deplored the artificially
immigration from Southern
and he particularly deplored
the practice of steamship companion
holding out false promises to people
on the other side order lo In-
duce them to come to this country.
T i companies, through
l and huge placards,
give out the impression that every
man who came here would he given
farm fie,, by th.- government as the leading surgeon
other ridiculous promises Governor years old today.
Wilson wrote that this had tin-
of bringing a lot of people here
July
of Trinidad.
1556 Ignatius de Loyola, founder
the Jesuits, died Horn
Mill.
Wolfe repulsed his attack
on the French at Quebec,
mads a major gen-
in American army.
builder or the
Monitor, horn. I tied March
Scott, founder of the
Methodist church, died
in Newark N J Horn in
field, Vt. Feb. 1800,
Gen. Burnside declared martial
law in Kentucky.
Johnson, seventeenth
president of the died at
Carter's Depot. Tenn. Horn at
Raleigh. X. C. Dec .;. 1808
1883 John builder of the
first tr, died in New
N Y Horn in Ire-
land. July 180.9
1811-John G. A. Penn-
appointed
to Germany.
Congratulations
Joseph M. Dixon. States sen-
from Montana, who is managing
the Roosevelt national campaign, 4.1
old today.
Sir William Henry May. one of the
twelve admirals British navy.
years old today.
John D. president of the Or-
Railroad and
Company. years old today.
Rev. Dr. Robert Stuart
president of the Baptist World Al-
old today
head of the
in and generally
of
Dr, David It president of the
of New Mexico and former-
superintendent of the Presbyterian
would not have come had they Board of Hoe Missions. year., old
understood the real situation.
Mr. Wilson is not opposed to
migration. He takes the position that
this country always his been
ways will he a haven for the
This is My Birthday
For tile those who pies.-I
ill spelling Girl will state
that there is no split in
Washington Post
The Republican progressive who
an put principle above party Bad
no trouble in making up mind to
vote Governor
Herald.
We regard it n gross violation of I
proprieties and amenities the
dents campaign for a newspaper to
call the leader the third party
Bully This is
limn
Slate.
I crease of suicides of less than
lino far outstripped the decrease and
has given the a slightly in-
average of suicides.
What is the reason for this Why
should the smaller cities feel the
r life more than the great-
tow as
Actual physical causes, such as
bodily disease, insanity, alcoholism, j
ell be dismissed at once, for
these arc fairly constant factors. One;.
theory is to be found in the
obscure phrasing of a
III OP IN
COST OF
With business conditions fairly
no very great disaster
not support ,. political catastrophes re-
Senator Lee S. Overman, saying that
Wilson will carry -North Carolina
II majority drives the truth home
when he declares of can-
i man whose tongue lashes the trusts
out- day and holds out his hands
i contribution from the the
Star,
A State warehouse lull like that
which South Carolina
Court declare
in now pending before the
Georgia Legislature. Perhaps we
mush have these lulls enacted -is u
matter of polities and killed as a
of organic law and public policy
in cotton Ob-
server.
corded, a wave of swept
over the land during I that Is
Hie statisticians of life
companies.
Figures drawn from various sources
show that, while there was a mark-
ed decrease in the ratio of suicides In
of and more, the
SIDEWALK SKETCHES
L.
THE
The providing of a foot channel
in the Ashley river so that vessels
draft may hereafter discharge
their cargoes at the docks of tin
plants without going through
ill.- expensive preliminary pro.-.-
lightening at wharves on the Cooper
liver is one of the most important
Improvements undertaken here i- the
government in many years. The
greater part of Charleston's Import
t material and of
the plants now m operation ten
are situated on the banks tin-
river within six miles of the city.
i dollars each year win
saved to these plant,, when the Mother
in w canal has completed. 1852.
Ai present S 1-4 yards of sheeting
are required to erect a tube skirt
which a woman has to drop into from
the top of a step ladder. This
and loose Hewing garment is
now lo he discarded in favor of one
Mr. Franklin Sherman, state
has given out the follow-
i, lo II ,
The worm that is now at-
attention in this state and
parts of South Carolina, is prob-
ably known as the fall army worm,
this name distinguishes it from
the ordinary army worm of the
northern states, which appears
earlier in the season.
The fall army worm is also en-
different from the cotton 1-
caterpillar which defoliated
all through the southern states lust
fall. So much to get our
by Frederick I,. Hoffman,
of a leading Insurance com-;
and when grown will go
II- voluntary tribute and transform to u Hying
of Oilman life to early death is or emerging
to a contempt for a tolerable
existence parallel in his-1 The caterpillar usually hatch out
In other words, he says abundantly in low grass buds,
leans are so well off that it Is us they grow they devour more
fog they should kill themselves. more of this vegetation and
Another view Is that the prosper- over wider acres. Corn
is specious and that the Increased low land is subject to sever.- dam-
pressure on the individual through age by thorn. Although prefer
increasing cost of providing for grasses and grain they will also
the family Is growing so heavy that feed on peas. garden crops etc. If
men and women of tens, balance are heir preferred food in lacking. They
unwilling to see themselves thrust are eat ravenously and grow-
backward from the advanced position rapidly, which for their
their snuggle has won for them, seemingly sudden appearance. They
And this is probably the real ex- quite as suddenly
of the increase of suicide as they come, and this disappear-
is not that we are too prosperous, may be due to their becoming
It is because the prosperity is taking mature and changing to the
too heavy a toll on those who seek live I cases It is due to the
work of insects and diseases,
insects and birds which
f. ed upon Or these factors
may cause them to disappear.
lie Done
Watch for them In the low grass
lands so as to detect them before they
attack cultivated cops. When found,
use green water at rate of
wk are Inform-
ed the arbiters
of fashion, who
do most of their
in some
foreign I a u d
where they can-
not he reached
by the ultimate
consumer,
Hie models
in skins
make the
style look like
a wire hooped
the vintage of
shall Receive,
Any yet no answer heard,
Have ye been sometimes ball afraid
God might not keep his word
prayer to fall on deafened
Does heaven seem blind and
dumb
which consumes only 1-4 yards
and requires the wearer lo get along
without any or waist.
The hip will not be in lo
repertoire next year who
immediately below the chin and Pound to the barrel, keep it
low- it to taper gently to the ankles thoroughly stirred and spray or
in a neat peg-tooth effect. This will where they
bee a great boon lo society load Immediately If
era who have always had more waist
than they knew what to do with. care lo poison a little
The general effect of this reform of
will be to give woman the chaste,
severe lilies of a hoe handle without
preventing her in the slightest de-
from tripping on the top
and falling down I of stairs
in a vivacious parabola.
Alter a woman has been poured
into one of these skills ill a breath-
less condition, she will not be able
lo do much of anything except pant
a hurried and man-
Hut she will be in style from
points of the compass.
must not be allowed lo cat this poison-
en Com. least not until after one
or more heavy rains have II
you cannot spray or sprinkle, then mix
Paris green with dry lime or laud
at rate of one ounce to the pound
and dust It from a suck or tight can
which is punched with line holes like
a pepped
What else A drag or o
drawn over the infested grass lands
will crush many of them, though it
is by no means a perfect remedy.
especially ground is rough.
Anything more If they are
of these 1913 skirt models
come In sections like prepared roof- lug-crawling along in
and can be put on by anybody furrow of
who has a plumber's license, with ,, ,,,, .,.,,.,,
the aid of a bottle of liquid glue. The ,,, ,, o lengthwise
most expensive kinds are guaranteed this furrow crush them.
an alpaca coat in a stiff When these worms appear In the
number that they some times do, and
s hope deferred Believe- believe Women who expect to get in on do the full extent of damage they are
Tue answer time will con.-
Ask what ye word true.
His power is all divine;
cannot His love too far;
His utmost shall be thin,
does not mock believing prayer;
Ye shall not go unfed
II.- no serpent for a fish.
Nor gives He stones for bread.
Thy inmost longings may be told;
Tin hopes that turned to shame;
The empty life, tin- thwarted plans;
The good that never came.
Say not. promise is not mine.
did not hear me
i prayed- trusted
The grave hath barred Hie
God heard Cue lie hath forgot.
Faith at length shall prevail
Y.-., know ii not one smallest jot
Of all His word call fail.
For it you truly have believed
vain hath been thy
As Hod is true, hope shall come
Sometime, some way. somewhere
Mrs.
is proposed lo start Hie waist Vast and abstain from starchy foods.
dust. The receding of the Hie 1913 models should fast three capable It is well worth while to
10-inch waist will also become a a day. between meals. run put every hand on the place to work
plaintive memory. around a half-mile track before break them for a day or two. Fortunate-
the duration of their attack is short.
This is not a new pest, it is an native,
moths are plentiful every year, but
is only in occasional years that the
season season their
appearance in such Burners.
One thing more. Last Winter was
unusually cold. Many persons
that insects pests would be
Why Wilson Mini.
The New York Times a days ago
contained an exhaustive and powerful
article on Wilson
Wins Anyone who reads it will be
compelled lo
has nominated for
Women laugh with a wise man and scarce this but complaints at
n fool. office have been far above nor-
is too absurd for some both In and variety.
lie to understand, are only a few of the
A Ideal usually pests of state that are no-
one in- . get. , in number any
President the A widow is even more danger- sue i winters as we ever experienced.
view
The Baltimore Sun thinks The
Times article an illuminating
light upon a career which, in its way.
one of the most remarkable in
Willie Willie cried ,, That Is quits true
lo ., hopelessly dull pupil What- , shows h ., ,., h
eve, do you think your bead is unknown In the world of politics two
who evidently thought this years ago. with no practical
e troublesome questions in public affairs, has Suddenly
s asking up the Sun stales it. the
lean and ill favored kine which
man who has conic into the oils that a little learning
a quarter of n century. Many a m in Is friendless because
Quoting from his speeches and he's too popular with himself.
his achievements. The Times gives We would be unhappy ii we knew
us a clear insight into the cause everything is going on coming
which have brought Wilson into off
Do the best you today. You
can't always he putting it off until to-
Those who insist upon having the
half do not lo realize that
there is no such thing.
I farmers against that
c many last
v. inter
that teachers
pondered It deeply. He
Please miss, to keep my
It takes a bone head lo tool tin
Vacationists
Have Narrow Escape
BOSTON, July
city Dockland, from the
people who are led Into river to this port some
they are going it on their own hook- returning vacationists, had her
Chicago News.
on
Leslie
Leslie Combs, who is taking .-. I- ad-
peoples of the earth and he of Companion.
only a sane and reasonable party in Kentucky, .
regulation. in Little Compton. K. I . July PLATS HAVOC
-o son of Leslie Combs, city. July
a distinguished soldier of th.- civil ,. in .
completing ins education this section last
EXPRESS
The Interstate Commerce
saw his dream, and swallowed
up all his rivals, big and little. In this
The truth is. Wilson was just a big
man held in reserve for Just such u
He was in
ow stove in so badly that she sank
lo her guards in a collision at mid-
night with the col-
lier William of New Yen k
The accident took place off
Island, about twenty miles from York.
Me. The passengers or the City of
were all transferred to the
a capitalization u
actual investment
at I Diversity, home T II. Wilson in now ripe for the great task. He will
report on the express engaged on an extensive scale in street was struck by lightning. The he elected and be the greatest
sets forth that while the raising and tobacco planting h,,, ,,, of ,,, roof ,,,., ht. ,,,, ,,. He
Companies, are paying dividends cm large ranch Inter- the house near the tear- bring order out of the chaos
,;. the away a few shingles It then wrought two Republican
Mr- became to the corner en-dates for President.
in Republican politics In Ken- taring . second story room, knocking
W LI was appointed down a large square of plaster about I hear fought . duel with
press ; are all owned agent for state . , . . . ff
Hi- railroads on whose- chairman of window facing and throwing Yet I was one of the
so that maintaining the stale In across room In an opposite Anybody touched
express com as tin railroads aim rolled Stales and completely demolishing was touched for the fares out and
, tin railroads and Honduras woodwork of a picture frame. Courier Journal.
Did you ever tell young man which had not been
the training for it. and he la that late hours were had for one ally damaged by Hie collision. In the
Well, father, late hours may be operation one of the boats upended
had for one but they are all right spilling IS or N women Into the sea.
Statesman. but all war rescued. Later the west-
bound Belfast took the pas-
was most fortunate that of Hie collier and lauded them
when I gave first concert last sum in this city.
tier two persons were carried out the Belfast arrived on the
fainting condition. scone the had taken the City-
She but your voice of in tow with the Idea of
hat Improved so much stare Gloucester the nearest
Taller. harbor. Soon, however, three tugs
Have you ever Drown any came up and took the disabled vessel
money i charge.
MAKE-NO
now you'll i n d
hard to duplicate in price or quality
For the entire house, bed room, dining room, drawing room,
design- in a variety that offer the best of
choice. furniture of
CALL IX TODAY
Miss V. Cox returned
day an extended visit to
Ridge Creek and Wake Forrest.
Mrs. S. A. Ange. of
came in Monday to spend a short while
with his son Mr. A. W. Ange.
Mrs. J. H. C. Dixon made a trip to
Friday afternoon.
Harrington Barber Co. have re-
another large shipment of hard-
ware, such as pocket and table cut-
hand and cut saws, grind
stones and grind stone fixtures.
of Mt. Pleasant, who
I is taking a course at the Training
school, was here Wednesday visiting
TAFT VANDYKE
WINTERVILLE DEPARTMENT
IN CHARGE OF G. H COX
Authorized Agent of The Carolina Home and Farm and The
Eastern Reflector for Winterville and vicinity
on Application
as any o
Ads
K A I L O A U The Reflector,,
, , Bargain Col a ma
Night Express
Winterville Items.
enjoyed the sail as much
young
Mr. and Mrs W. B. Mr.
and Mrs. JO. Proctor, Dr. and Mrs
Hudson. Mr. and Mrs Galloway. Mr.
ind Mrs. Mrs. Miss-
es Mamie Stanley. Letha Phelps.
Messrs. Hooks, Bruce Holiday,
Johnston. Knott Proctor,
Jones of Grimesland were in
the party.
OUR AYDEN DEPARTMENT
IN CHARGE OF R. W. SMITH
We were glad to welcome Mr.
G. Morris, of Wilson back into
midst last week. Mr. Morris was
formally a resident of Winterville and
has many friends here.
For guns, rifles, pistols and balls
K Authorized Agent of The Carolina Home and Farm and The to A W Ange Co
y. the only ones in town who handle
and carry their line
Messrs. J. K. Ha
Eastern Rf for den and Vicinity
Advertising rates on Application
and carry their line of goods.
Messrs. J. K. C. H.
J. J
AYDEN, X. C. July M
Stokes is the sick list.
The people turned out well to t
the agricultural train and we feel sure
that the demonstration of live stock,
consisting of horses, cows and hogs,
will prove quite inspiration lo our
raisers, as well as the drain-
age system and improved farm ma-
Mr. Walter is very low
with fever.
Mrs. W. C. Jackson and children
are visiting J. it. Smith end Bro.
Miss Fannie Hardy, of Greenville.
spent Sunday in town and returned
Monday.
C. I-. Organ and wife arrived
Saturday and began a meeting at the
Christian church, lie Is a deep log-
thinker end is making a line
on large congregations. We
never saw attendance and he
begins at S each night. Rev.
C. B. the pastor, arrived
Monday night and will assist him.
Mr. J. T. Smith left Monday morn
in for S. where he
engage ill life Insurance. Mr.
Smith has been an active citizen of
Ayden for a long time and we are
loath to see him go. His politeness,
gentleness and suavity of manner has
already stamped success upon his
new venture.
Mr. Ban. T. Smith is a new arrival
St. Springs.
Car each of lime, brick, stoves and
J. II. Smith and Bro.
Mr. L. I. sold live buggies
one day last week but has plenty
more on band.
Dr. J. C. Caldwell, president of
AC. College, was ill town Monday.
Rev. Parish, who is holding
a meeting at Riverside, was a pleas-
ant caller at our Monday.
Mr. Holmes of has moved
lo town and occupies the Taylor res-
on street.
Mr. James and sister, of
Kenly are visiting Dr. C It.
key.
We regret to learn of the sickness.
the little son of Mr. Oscar Jolly,
near
For Constable
I hereby announce myself a
township constable, subject to
I he action of the Democratic primary
of township.
c. s. SMITH.
There was a of Tobacco burn-
ed on sir. Jno A. farm near
The medicinal qualities of
the water from St. Springs In
recognized by all who of It.
That in sure one popular place,
for hot after nouns, it we only
bad a street car line out there the
future only would be to
the possibilities.
Mr. Walter Gardner continue very
sick with fever.
Mrs. Agnes Ins purchased
a handsome touring car,
and master Jack has learned to
de It wall.
The largest shipment of shells
was ever shipped to any one
it Ayden was received by J. R- Smith
A Bro. this week there was
I sure to them when you get read
to go shopping.
Quest are arriving from Winterville
and Greenville at St. Springs.
Miss Luck Who has been
away an a visit to re-
turned Wednesday and reports a
pleasant vacation welcome her re-
u b ii- one who spreads
in her pathway, and looks on
life . smile.
are on
Mr. and Mrs. F. G.
a visit lo South Carolina.
Mr. mid Mrs. Geo. will move
to the and Girls
the coining season. pending
Mrs. Fannie of Kinston,
hi visiting the family of Mr. K
Dr, M. If. Sauls has the contract
to clean the weeds, grass and briers
from the Cemetery and make it
sent a batter appearance, but unless
he. ill crease, his force, are con-
Jack Frost will a big
Job.
A solid carload each of lime, brick
cook stoves and J. . Smith
v Bro.
Miss Harrington Kinston
after spending e few days visiting
Washington last Sunday on Jerome's
machine.
Mr. and Mrs. Book re-
turned Thursday afternoon after
several days with Mr.
TRAINS LEAVE GREENVILLE
EASTBOUND
a. m. daily,
I Sleeping Car for Norfolk.
a. m. Dally, for Plymouth.
City and Norfolk. Broiler
I Car Service connects for all
points North and West
p. m. Daily, except Sunday for
Washington.
WESTBOUND
I a. m. Daily for Wilson and
Pullman Sleeping Car service.
Connects North, South and West
a. m. Dally, except Sunday for
and Raleigh. Connects for all
taints.
p. m. Dally for Wilson and
Broiler Parlor Car Service.
For further Information and
of Sleeping Car space apply to
L. HASSELL, Agent,
W. R. HUDSON, W. W.
Pass.
Advertisements Inserted
under this bead at the rate
of five cents per line.
A Jolly at Standard
Misses Annie Tyson and Lillie Tuck
gave a delightful hay rid.- Friday j
night, complimentary to the visiting
ladies of the neighborhood,
Julia Flanagan Burlington. Bessie
of Greenville, Daisy
of Elizabeth Tate of
Wilmington.
Promptly at the party as-
at the beautiful home
Miss Annie Tyson Where immediately
the wagons w.-n- in readiness for the -ow i Effect to Beaufort and More-
hay riders. Bead City.
After about an hour and a half of seashore season is now
bumps and Jolts we arrived at the love excursion tickets are
country of Miss Myrtle Mi at stations to Morehead City
near Winterville. There C., and N. C good
were met with the congenial spirit of return until October 31st.
the Misses and were soon complete Information from any
out on the large veranda Where we ticket agent.
or ; doses will break any
Chills and Fever; and if taken then
as a tonic Fever will not return.
Price
Of l
yeast, at M.
FIELD PEAS AT F. T.
Feed Store
FOOT Hill VI- LOT
on Pitt street, between my residence
and Don Little's home. Apply
to Mrs. M. Higgs.
FOR SALE-1,000 lb. VICTOR
in good condition. Used only
year. Atlantic Coast Realty Co.,
Greenville. N. C.
SI FAKES
were served with elegant refresh-
Miss grand music
added greatly to the enjoyment of
the evening.
The hour came only too when
we had to bid them good night and
Started on our journey homeward.
The jokes and songs rendered much
lo our amusement on our way back
We reached home shortly after mid
night.
Those who enjoyed the hospitality
W. W. O. P. A
Norfolk. Ts.
at Holly Springs.
Mrs. Susan Jackson of Wake Forest
is here this week visiting Mrs. Hat-
tie Jackson.
Miss Laura V. Cox left this morn-
for where she will
on her work in Mexico.
Mr. N. It. lossy of Neck
was here yesterday gelling up a
to the A. C. L. R. R. Julia Flanagan of a. Atlanta, Birmingham,
to have a guano Bessie Barnhill of Greenville.
erected here at a convenient place beth Tate of Wilmington, Margaret
for the public. We nope that the Edwards, Lillian Tucker, Annie Ty-
authorities may consider vary SOU. Messrs. Stanley Edwards. Boy-,
co. Charlie Tucker. Tyson
of Misses Tyson and Tucker were
SCHEDULE
trains Leave Raleigh, effective
ROUND
carefully this petition, for a ware-
house of this kind is needed very Leon. Marion Jones. Floyd Best.
Misses Anna and Carrie Lee
Ii It Wednesday to attend a he use par-
at
Messrs. C. B. Smith i g. . r
on of
here week.
One of the small boys,
who went from here lo
Dix-
a raw
her and Company.
Nobles Tew. Items
and see Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Skinner vis-
near Saturday and
A car load of furniture just arrived day.
at A. W. Ange and Co. W. W. Worthing at King
oxford lest returned home
Monday and nays no place like Ayden
for He is not more than tan
years old and is red-headed.
Prof. J. E. Sawyer returned from
a canvassing trip He re-
port, bright prospects for the open-
session.
Miss of is
her brother. Mr. J. C. James.
If you a stylish buggy see me.
id orders. ls
harness on hand at all times
will cure you.
Fl FOB
tables, porch chairs, din-
and bed room furniture and oil
and wood .--. all practically new.
Going at a bargain. G. B. Ford, Pitt
street, between 3rd and 4th.
flee take, orders tor engraved
wedding Invitations and
Samples can bee at aha
office. m
WANTED WAREHOUSE CLERK.
Must be able to carry
piles per hour. Must be sober.
Write at once, give age, experience
and references. Box
Salem, N. C. M
will care you.
IN attention to
I. I.
Jack has the ball park
plained in corn, corn it is. we
predict barrel, th -i
a clear wilderness.
returned yesterday via High Point.
Miss Maud Louise of High
Point is visiting Miss Cox.
now is the time to buy u bug-
and harness. The A. G. Cox
Manufacturing Company. Is the place
lo go to make this purchase. They
can make you any style buggy and
everybody knows that the
A nice line of
Miss Bertha Hail Sunday at
her brothers, Mr.
Miss Manning spent Sat-
night and Sunday at Mr. Bill
Sermon's.
Carl Skinner spent Saturday night
Mr. C. L. Tyson.
Mr. C. L. Tyson visited near Smith
town Tuesday.
Item.
July
II Is party given jointly by Misses Earle
and Susie Proctor at their homes.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Proctor and Mr.
and Mrs. J. O. Proctor, all
could possibly be conceived for
N. C. Route July re guests.
Our farmers are busy curing The following invited guests are
co. but the majority will finish this Misses Maude Bethel, N.
week. All crops are good Davis. N. 0.1 Ethel
the excessive rains we had. Smith. Greenville. N. C; Fannie
Melons and fruits seem to be Spain, Greenville; Nor-
especially peaches. folk, Va; Goldsboro,
We are glad to note that Mrs. David N. C; Jesse Hodges, Washington;
Stokes, who had been sick for some Velma Harrington. Kinston; Mottle
time is able to be out again. Davenport. Lynchburg. Va.; Messrs
We had our experience with Frank Taylor, Greenville, N. C; Lynn
the army worm this week. hear Randolph. House; Tom Anderson,
they arc numerous In other sections Tarboro; Spain, Greenville;
Marion Washington; Law-
Mr. David Stokes has a hill of corn Wilson.
fourteen and one half root high. The willing and generous assistance
Mrs. Augusta Stokes has rendered by the people of the
from an extended visit at Fairmont. town shows In what high estimation
Messrs. and Stokes went to tho two young ladies held
Ayden Saturday with their parents are tireless in their
Quite a number of our people are lo give their guests every
attending the revival meeting at Riv- pleasure possible, autos. carriage and
buggies at their command for . good
time. On Thursday evening Mr. W.
E. Proctor, after attending to
all day. kindly piloted bis boat,
Mr. Claude Allen, Miss Hope Craft Myrtle, for a moonlight sail lo
and Miss Mary Kittrell of Greenville Washington.
Visited friends and relatives Snow the in the we
Hill Saturday and Sunday. ,,, landing at p. m. Joyous
Mr. J. B. and daughter y sped down stream lo Washington
visited tho homo of Mr. Hen- arriving at . The fourteen collides
nett Fields Saturday night and attend of young people hied themselves lo
services at tho Meadow church tho different places of amusement and
County on Sunday. n
W. W. Worthington paid After an hour and a half. re
burg a visit night and re- turned to the boat and homeward
turned home Sunday afternoon. bound was the word and with peals
Mr. II. Skinner and wife visited of laughter and songs of pleasure we
friends and relatives near arrived our landing at
Saturday night Sunday. During our sail it had rained very
District Meeting I. f,
The Odd Fellows lodges in the
ties of Pitt, Martin. Beaufort and
Hyde will hold their district meeting
In Ayden tomorrow, August 1st.
Greenville bend down a good
Ayden will give the visitors
good time.
Stray Taken Up.
have up one black sow with
g small pigs. Sow marked crop in
year. Owner can get same by
proving ownership and paying charges
Major Mills, Greenville. N.
Memphis and points West, Jackson-
ville and Florida points,
at Hamlet for Charlotte and
Wilmington.
THE SEABOARD
n. in.--For
with coaches and parlor car. Con-
with steamer for Washington,
Baltimore. New York. Boston and
Providence.
THE FLORIDA FAST
a. Richmond. Wash-
and New York
sleepers, day coaches and dinning
car. Connects at Richmond with
C. O. at Wash with
railroad and B. O. for
t s 11- at and point, west.
THE SEABOARD
p. Atlanta, Charlotte,
Wilmington, Birmingham, Memphis,
and points west. Parlor cars to
Hamlet.
p. m., Ne. for
Henderson Oxford and
p. m. No. for
O. for Cincinnati and points west,
Memphis, and points Jack-
and all Florida points.
Pullman sleepers. Arrive Atlanta
a. m.
Arrive Richmond a. m.
Washington a. m., New York
PEARS FOR TO EAT
raw and hard enough for cooking
purposes; rich yellow. Juicy with
splendid flavor. Order from Mr. or
Mrs. B. H. Hearne. Mi
EXCURSIONS
-to t
FALLS AND
from
NORFOLK, VI- and OLD POINT
COMFORT
Stray-Taken
have taken up a Jersey heifer,
sandy color with Ii aide, and face,
marked fork in right and crap In left.
Owner can fit same by proving owner
ship an paying charge.
HENRY LEWIS,
lid
Tuckers School Items
Relieved in a
Few Seconds
Vis, an itching, burning, raw,
skin relieved the moment
touches it. is u clean.
healing wash, composed Thy-
Witch
ac-ii- Acid and other medicinal heal
properties. relieves and
cures every form of shin and scalp
eruption and if you are not entirely
with result, from very
Meant bottle, druggist iii re-
We are sorry to state the Illness of hard but hearts were too light and fund your Large sue bottle
Mrs. W We hope she happy for mud and water Endorsed and sold in
will soon recover slippers to interfere with a midnight by Pharmacy.
have taken up one black sow
weight about pound, marked crop
right ear. Owner can get same by
proving ownership and paying
TM EVANS
. F. l I, N. C
ltd
via
I III STEAMSHIP COM-
The Finest, Newest, and Beat
Equipped Steamships Plying
Between Norfolk and
Baltimore
leave Norfolk dally. In-
Sunday, from foot of Jack-
son street, at p. m.
TICKETS SOLD ON FOLLOWING
B and O, Ry. la Ry.
July July
July July
Aug. Aug.
Aug. Aug.
Sept
It
p. m., Penn. station. Pullman , . ,
arrive to Washington and New fifteen Days Fro. Date
York.
C. B. RYAN, fl. P. A. Portsmouth, Ye.
East, West and Canada.
Office. No. Main St.
W. BROWN. JR.
OLD BAY LINE
Steam Packet
Dally, Including Sunday, between
NORFOLK AND BALTIMORE
Mall steamers
Equipped with United
Wireless Telegraphy and every mod-
convenience. Cuisine
ed.
Portsmouth, Sundays pm
h week days pm
Norfolk, dally pm
Old Point pm
sold to all points North
of
Very low round trip rates also on
ale to Atlantic City, Baltimore,
and all northern resorts.
For any information write,
W. H. PARNELL. T. P. A.
Norfolk, Ya
For Sale
A few Berkshire pigs for
ate delivery. The beet that can b
bred
W. H. Jr.
Greenville, N.
To the Voters sod of
ville Pitt County i
I take this method of announcing
myself a candidate for business in
everything relating to Real Estate
and Insurance. Should you see
to nominate me your candidate I will
appreciate It and serve you faithfully.
am special representative of the
National Realty Co., and
agent for the lift
Society of the United I
am prepared to handle all kinds of
fire risks, take charge of your real
estate, collect rents, get
for farms, negotiate loans, etc.
Respectfully,
I.
Otto with B. F. Tyson on 4th street
rear Frank Wilson's store, Green-
ville. N. C.
Miss Mary of is walk of a mile from the river to their
spending some lino with Miss
The older member the part
is prepared V. W Rose
Medicine Co, SI Louis Mo, and their
guarantee is at as gold.
Vin
N. C.
Enrollment during the past session represent-
SO counties in North Carolina and Virginia. A Faculty of
women of successful Courses literary. Mus-
Bible, Prepares for College. con-
by the highest
moral influences.
Next session begins August 1912. For
. Principal





CALL FOR
At of the Democratic
Pitt County, hold
in on 13th
day of July, 1912 th
adopted relative to the hold-
of voting . ell the
o. Pill to
Town-
to
Be it resolved L i i
Executive Committee of Pitt County
this in tabled, that n
Voting be and
the same is ordered to be hold
in the Count of Pitt at the poll-
tag for the
election of the various
of Pitt County OB Saturday, the
17th day of August lilt, tor the
ballot Demo-
for the Legislative,
County and p for the
of I'm d r the of
electing Executive Com-
from
of said county primary
all Electors, who
ere and entitled to rote at
the election lo be held in
November. entitled to
tote. That the polls shall be opened
and kepi open from seven o'clock
until in all voting
of said county and said
election be held and con-
ducted in accordance with the plan for
Primary lb I
by the State Executive
At the close of the voting, the poll
holders, in the presence of all such
Democrats as may to lid.
shall proceed to count the ballots
make a list of the persons voted
and the e and the number of votes
by person tor of
said offices and they shall sign such
list in duplicate and send the original
thereof Immediately to the Chairman
of the County Executive Committee and
the copy thereof to the Chairman
the Township Executive
and for put rose of
and declaring result of mid
election the Me
Committee of Pitt
meet in the Court House In n
of Greenville on Tuesday, the
day of August. 1915 a m,
and shall open, tabulate,
declare the rest., of I
lion In accordance I i Democratic
plan of organization.
That all persona who are to be rot-
ed for at the said primary election for
legislative, county and township
shall cause to be filed the
Chairman or Secretary of the County
Executive Committee on or before i-
noon, Wednesday, the 7th
day of August a written notice
of their candidacy and pay to th
Treasurer of the County Executive
Committee of the county sum as
shall be determined by the Executive
Committee of the County m may b
bis or their necessary part for defray-
the expenses Incident to holding
said Primary Election, and shall
subscribe to a pledge he will
abide the of th.
and support the successful i
or can III i s el In
election In accordance
Democratic plan of in lent Ion
That all matters and I
in respect to holding b prim
lion not herein d for are
ed to the C Ex Co
of County with full to
act their a. I on be
and held to action of the
executive committee.
That the person receiving a major-
of the votes cast for the particular
Office for which be is a shall
he the Democratic nominee for said
office in the general election to be held
in November, 1912. Thai If no can
for an office voted tor In the
primary of August 1912 receive
a of the votes Cast for all
the candidates for that respective
i hen a second primary is hereby
to be held on the Till
of September, 1912, to held and
the rules regulations
primary of August it, 1912, at
Mid Second primary only person
who shall be voted for tor any on
office shall be the two persons
the two largest numbers of vote,
for said at the primary
August d any
date for who receives
second highest of can
for such office at the primary
file with the Chairman of the Demo
Executive Committee of
County written within five
for the Of the vote of the Hist
is canvassed, be demands t
second primary. -Mid If no such writ-
ten demand is Hied the
the largest number of votes for
a In first primary be
declared the winner of
This the 13th day of July,
F. C. HARDING.
Chairman Dam. Com. County
C. C Secretary
I Disarm Americans in
Mexico
WIFE OF THE GOVERNOR OF OHIO
N. C. Educational Institutions
KL PASO, r. . if -Ominous
reports Mexican frontier as
daring rebels had determined
in disarm Americana id the
i i tone t i pro-
were to be a.
n part to L
i Mormon
Kl Paso.
. i the El P. H
ring
i,. Inez ind Id com
the Mexican rebel army, had
made several addresses Sunday In
which that all
in the tone were to be
disarm.-l and all protection
tees for American withdrawn
report ; that
as the American govern
had treated the rebel ban-
they may as ad
would be to his
community war, is .-
argent we be
promote welfare In of peace
NELSON.
Hi. Approaching Retirement
O -t e.
II v. , of Ohio, Is an
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Schools of North Carolina.
free to all Who Agree to Teach. Fall
Term Begins September 1912. For Cat-
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ROBERT H. WRIGHT, President
Greenville, N. C.
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Examinations for admission are
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all county seats on July 11th.
For catalog address
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Work, and Flues in Season, See
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a a
Best Writers
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LISTED. CLUBS WADE
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Greenville
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Magazines
Stop
But don't let Watch
stop until gets into your
pocket.
I am overstocked with
good timers the best
make, and want to convert
the surplus into cash. Hence
I cut the price to the
figure.
Call and be convinced
if you want a
Watch
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The
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ADVERTISEMENTS ONE
afternoon those lace, M l running up
i ported in anon greater a little on Ike perhaps la-
. . than Many of ,,. ,.
i i i made
and material
and Vet.
there are afternoon toil
With its i .
petal between the i or from
lop die. A
that have an dress- of dark skirt and
the tailed
i ewe their rising above . girdle
selection material kt I
or of detail sad m deep frill tacked
i to expensive elaboration. lo son draped bodice
Flowered are Israel son- sad ma-
these Many at those lines.
despite
are
of and
gaiety, allowing blurred on
old linen
Black and
has in the contrary, has
been as popular ever m
the present season find in
are good looking tor . of afternoon re-
1.111 on tally of the roost ;
more delicate . . in
have and there are black and
Ofter the Mack and white frocks
hoe
veiled in black i. em
n with
do
or fins
pleat; el i toned taffetas to
. k . from. Th. It white
grounds with nosegays in
Dresden la sou rather
dull sloe and race and of white
led etc., are perhaps the In bl
there others, black satin
attractive, of pate tuned grounds, MU, ., r s.,
natal rose, ,,,,.
with scattered floral design in bar-. , are exploited
colors. in the useful and popular one
Bach worn black Borne
recent lawn tea , ,.,. . and
had ground in no pale and narrow us ever, with buttons down
it wan almost Bask ,,,,, ,, c ,. but
or. with . rather large prim v ,,. . becoming of
design soft r blue in ,, ,., ,,. big
was relieved n. ,,,.,,.,.,, , band
entirely creamy end ,.,,., , muslin
bare.
lull.-
The ed ah n silk with bi db
or entirely vary sheer ma-
very
summer the
skin of course being so much a part Mich., July Th
design la no convention and meal of
., ,. ,,., ,., . skirt ind b lice
the draped frock of began here with
supplest black Instance, Br. from
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and n to I m- It
Journal
that the
On n ill be Its the dead
urn .;,,. th no- had .
Th.-
And a .
bay business,
it lead,
ii. pour career will shortly Bad.
Thus spoke the man who'd have his
The went his
An BOW s rich
V raise has on
land;
You'll starve before yon gel the
the on the right;
The farmer planted day
hay king now,
There's not one chance In ninety-
nine
For to copper
Said the beat man to the
young guy,
Urn the tender-fool said he'd have
try-
Now he owns the State
rant pal yon in j.-ii tar that.
Exclaimed the lawyer, sleek and fat
The man in prison groaned a groan,
Ami the man loft him atone
Hut he In tail,
Seat Work
Kenneth was discussing cricket
of which he a and
. the
You know young Barker
he's going to be our best man before
long
Oh, cried,
nice to propose lo me London
Opinion.
A large apron
over waist is
stripped
comas
This is one
Dot only a
protection t.-
attractive
Juniper
know is ii
i transferred some to him. I'm
not whether l- ii
n or sent Boston Trans
.-is. but n
The bib is
and broadens oat
ill.- shoulders In . moat , om-
. The is . m circular,
in list
ind lawn are used
a The pan. la cut
I at .- n medium sad large
requires 1-3 yards loch ma-
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a pattern Illustration mall
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days la
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make cream
eight rooms and
mid to in
small cooked and In
hit on Hi. 101st before placing the
egg upon round
Into plate but ,
hi- When quit
mi
sag
July
Broadway lust om-
., ., . and
sum-
i mer la is to have us
ii opening night
ii. Initial attraction Charles
j will . for the Ural Urns I
Girl from with Mis. Hat-
Williams Richard hi
lag cast players
tint x.
hundred and twenty pounds.
more or leas of bone and
lout woman, a good
foundation, rm Into II health and
strength and sin- may rule a
that's just Electric
; bless then for
tainting sad spells
an for dispelling weakness, nervous
m is, b and tired, listless,
Hitters
a me me of
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with heart for
king id
Maim-
PORTLAND Ml . m-
who earned
to
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when these who
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will chance to i.
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OFFER YOU
Summer Footwear
AT
REDUCED
l f
Clara O. and F.
having qualified
of of N. S. Roach,
before i. c. of
ill. superior court of county,
is hereby given person
Indebted to the mid estate are hereby
required to make Immediate settle-
with the undersigned
and persona holding claims against
estate are required to Die
their claims with said dull
within twelve from
lip rate hereof, or this notice be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
This the day of July. MIS
CLARA F.
and EMILY P, JOHNSON,
of the of w. s
Roach, deceased,
A cordial invitation to inspect
our. stock is extended to all
who desire neat, stylish and
comfortable shoes at
COME TO SEE US
And on that date we will be open and ready
with our large NEW BRICK WAREHOUSE,
built on the lot from which Ware-
house was burned. It is the best arranged.
best lighted and largest Brick Warehouse in
this section.
The members of our firm are not strangers
to you; both are known as judges of the weed,
and as both will run the sales, you can res as-
sured that you will get full value for your to-
With the best and largest Warehouse, with
plenty of cash to back u-, and our knowledge
of tobacco, we know we can please you. Bring
us your first load, and if prices will held you
we will sell the balance of your crop.
Gorman will still hold the leaf
business he has always had, and with his large
steam plant hopes to be able to care for all his
friends tobacco.
Drive to NEW BRICK WARE-
HOUSE and be convinced that we are your
friends.
Gentry Gorman
state TICKET.
For Governor.
LOCKE
of Buncombe.
For Lieutenant-Governor
E. L.
of
For of State.
J.
of Pitt
J. R. J. G.
Greenville, N. C.
GREENVILLE TOBACCO
MARKET
OPENS
AUGUST
15TH
Watch Grow
For Treasurer,
It. K. LACY,
of Wain.
For Auditor,
W. P. WOOD.
of Randolph.
Is Creditor.
i M Johnson, qualified
as administrator of the estate of Sus-
an K. Sutton. deceased, before U. C.
Clark the superior court of
Pitt County, notice is hereby
that all persons indebted to said es-
are hereby required to make
mediate settlement to the undersign-
ed administrator and all persona hold-
claims against said estate are
hereby required to Me their claims
with said administrator duly verified
within the twelve months from the
hereof, or notice will be pleaded
In bar of their recovery.
This the day of July. U.
at JOHNSON.
Administrator of the estate of Susan
Button
The
Greenville Banking and Trust Co.
Resources over
INVITES YOUR ACCOUNT
Sam Deposits with Us.
The Stale North Carolina Deposited with Us
Why not YOU
Your account will receive the same courteous g
treatment, whether large or small.
OUR CAPITAL STOCK IS
The Largest in PITT COUNTY
For Attorney-General.
T. W.
of Franklin
S. T. H I C K S
For Superintendent of Public
JAMES Y.
of Guilford
Veil in and Hut M liter
Beating,
Gasoline
Electric Light
The Bank of Greenville
THE BANK IN PITT COUNTY
With of OVER
One Quarter of a Million Dollar
STANDS READY TO SERVE ITS OLD
AND INVITES NEW ONES.
For Insurance
JAMES R. YOUNG.
of Vance.
l am prepared to do your work at j
S Reasonable price. See me or call,
No. HO.
R. L. Halt. Pru.
L. Cathie r.
S. r. HOOKER.
H. D.
For Commissioner of Agriculture,
WILLIAM A. GRAHAM,
of Lincoln,
Commissioner of Labor and Print-
M. I.
For Corporation Commissioners.
E. L. TRAVIS, of Halifax,
GEO. P. PELL, of
For Justices Supreme Court,
WM. A. HOKE. of Lincoln,
II of
TICKET.
For Congress.
JOHN H. SMALL.
of Beaufort
For Presidential Elector.
LINN.
of Pitt.
Er
Subject to the approval of the
in the primary in
Pitt county, i hereby announce
a candidate for the House of Rep-
It. T. COX,
Southern Railway
CARRIER THE
Direct lines to all points
North. South, East and
LOW FOUND FARES TO
WESTERN NORTH
Land of The
also to
California points and all principal
resorts
CONVENIENT SCHEDULES.
LIGHTED COACHES
COMPLETE CAR SERVICE
If you are contemplating a trip
any point, before arrange-
for same. It will be wise for you
to consult a representative of the
Southern Railway, or write the under-
signed, who will gladly and courteous-
furnish you with all Information
as to your best and quickest schedule
and most comfortable way In which tr
make the trip.
J. O JONES.
Passenger Agent,
N. C
LEGAL NOTICE.
of Sale
North Carolina. Pitt county,
in the Superior Court before i. P.
Moore, Clark.
E. B. and wife. Julia F.
M. Cherry and wife Annie F.
Cherry and B. II. Foley
vs.
William E. Cherry.
By virtue of a decree of the Super-
Court made by p. c. Moore,
clerk, on the 15th day of July. 1912.
in the above entitled special proceed-
the undersigned commissioners
will, on Monday, the 16th day of Au-
gust. IBIS, at o'clock, noon, expose
to public sale before the court house
door, In Greenville, North Carolina.
Pitt County, to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described lot or
parcel of land to and be-
in the town of Greenville. North
Carolina, situated on the North side
of Third Street and west side of Co-
street adjoining Third Street on
Hip south and on the
east and the lot known as the W. H.
Harrington lot on the north and the lot
known as the lot on the west.
containing about one-half acre, more
or less and being the lot on which
Mrs. Mary Foley formerly
This pale is made for purpose of
making partition among the heirs at
law of Mrs. Mary Foley.
This the 15th day of July.
E. C. Harding.
lid Commissioner.
day of August. without badge
ill-noting that said tax has been paid,
will be impounded. Cost attached to
owner.
J. T. SMITH.
Chief of Police and Asst Tax Collector
Mull furrier Will Fly
This is an age of great discoveries.
Progress rides on the air. Soon we
may see Sam's null Carriers
Hying In all directions, transporting
mail. People take a wonderful In-
in a discovery that benefits
them. That's why Dr. King's New-
Discovery for Coughs. Colds and
throat and lung diseases is the
most popular medicine in America.
cured me of a most dreadful
writes Mrs. J. F. Davis.
Corner. Me., doctor's
and all other remedies had
Excellent for coughs, colds
any affection. Price
an Trial bottle free at all
druggists.
s MOVED- MOVED
Into New Stables
s Corner 2nd and Evans Street
Sill O T
Transfer Man
S and Express
S Promptness
v Phone No. Night or
With all aS
Railroad Schedules.
NOTICE
All persons owning dogs in the
town of Greenville will come forward
and procure badges for same as
taxes are now due and must he paid.
All dogs found running at large in
the town of Greenville after 4th
. Canst Una.
l bound
k p. m. p. m.
Hit a, PA 1.11 p. m.
leathern
West-
bound bound
tiff a. a. as.
a. m. a. m.
A FACT
ABOUT THE
What is known as the
seldom by actual exist
i.; external conditional but In the
cases by a
roared LIVER. .
THIS IS A FACT
w be
by t . a of
and regulate the LIVER.
They bring hope and to the
mind. They bring health and
to the body.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
j to
z-a
CO
CO
to
MONEY LOST
EVERY year some farmers lose money
by the first thing that is offer-
ed them without looking over our lines
of FARM MACHINERY.
We carry an up-to-date line of farm
and machines that we know will
give you absolute satisfaction. They are
the most practical, economical and
on the market.
We carry a stock of repairs for the ma-
chines we sell, which is to be considered in
buying machinery.
Our d sire is to give you the best service
possible and we will do everything in our
power to merit your patronage. See to it
that YOU do not lose money this year.
THINK OF
HART HADLEY, Hardware
GREENVILLE, North Carolina
SO
GREENVILLE IS THE
HEART OF EASTERN
CAROLINA. IT HAS
A POPULATION OF FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
AND ONE, AND
ROUNDED THE BEST
FARMING COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES OF ALL
KINDS ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HA YE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAY. OF
LABOR, CAPITAL AND
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
JOB AND NEWSPAPER
PLANT.
U the Host the -Noble l
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE HUN-
AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE IN THE EASTERN
PART OF NORTH CARO-
LINA AND INVITE THOSE
WHO WISH TO GET BET
TEll ACQUAINTED WITH
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
A BUSINESS WAY TO TAKE
A FEW INCHES SPACE AND
TELL THEM WHAT YOU
HAVE TO BRING TO THEIR
ATTENTION.
OUR ADVERTISING
RATES ARE LOW AND CAN
BE HAD UPON
M H
S. C FRIDAY AI ST .,
Fighting Colonel Teddy Tells all
About The New Party's Policy
Party's Platform Will be a Contract
With The People
Teddy Sneaks of Hie Helplessness
Thu Other The
fitness and of the
People to
GAMBLERS HUE
WITH DEATH
Mt PEAK ATTEMPTS ON
LIVES AS THEY ABE LED
INTO
LITTLETON TO BECKER
CHICAGO, Aug.
address to the national
give convention bare today strikes a
keynote for his followers and sup-
porters in the new party.
It lays down the plan of battle to
be waged by the national
party. He discusses those
under twelve subdivisions,
gamely, The Helplessness of the Old
The Right of the People to
Rule; the Courts and the People;
Constructive Control of the Trusts;
Of the Wage Worker; The
The Tariff; The High Cost
of Living; Currency; Conservation;
Alaska and International Affairs.
The two old parties, he said, are
husks, with no real soul within either,
divided on artificial lines, boss ridden
and privilege controlled, each a jumble
of incongruous elements neither
daring to speak out and fear
what should be said on the vital
issues of the day.
As opposed to this incongruity and
of action he asserted that
the national Progressives platform Will
be a contract with the people with
definite and concrete provisions to be
carried out if the people ratify the
contract on election day as exactly
honestly as If it were actually en-
under the law.
A synopsis of Colonel Roosevelt's
address follows;
Neither the Republican nor the
Democratic platforms or managers
show any adequate recognition of the
mighty fact that we are now In the
midst of a great economic evolution.
This movement for
change and improvement must
be guided by both common sense and
the highest ethical standards, in or
to prevent evolution
from becoming dangerous revolution.
The Democratic party, as is
by its present record in Con-
lacks the common sense, and
the Republican party, by its record
of stolen delegates at tho Chicago
convention, lacks the ethical stand-
The men who presided over the
and Baltimore conventions
and the great bosses who controlled
the two Root and
Mr Parker. Mr. and Mr.
Mr. and Mr.
It Guggenheim and Mr. Sullivan
differ from one another, of course, on
certain points, but these are the
which one corporation law-
has With another corporation law-
when acting for different corpora
They came together a once as
against a common enemy when the
dominion of both is threatened by
supremacy of the people of the lulled
States.
NEW YORK. August
threats have been repeatedly sent
to Jack Rose, Webber
Harry Who have made CO i
showing alleged bi
the police and gamblers and
all three prisoners are in a state
panic over fears that their lives may
be taken.
The three gamblers say that the
expect to killed if they are taken
through the streets lo court.
It is reported that the prisoners have
been Intimidated by emissaries who
have been smuggled In the West side
Jail.
The search today for Harry
Wit and Louis is being
prosecuted in several parts of the
country. The state's attorney is also
anxious to capture Sam who
lo the confessions of Jack
Rose, paid over the money to the
gunmen lifter the killing.
received the money. Rose
says, from Webber.
of The Hands of Trustees
Into Trusty Says Wilson
Addresses Delegation From
Delaware at
I'M TO
LITTLE
Ml All
OF
ST RELEASE SEIZED
TIME FOR PEOPLE KI
line- Bach Into Political SI
e t
ii the
Popular Bale
former Mayor
Treasurer
TEDDY SHOWS HIMSELF TO ADMIRING HERD OF
PHI Election
Messrs. L. W. Tucker. H. A.
White and Henry T. King have
appointed as election board of Pitt
county for the coming election.
Mrs. J. A. Lung left Tuesday for
a i,. and
CHARLES VII E
CHAIRMAN OP K
COMMITTEE
TRENTON, N. J., Aug.
nor Woodrow Wilson announced late
today the appointment of Wells,
former mayor of St. Louis, Mo., to
be treasurer of the national Democrat
committee and Charles R. Crane
Of Chicago, to be vice chairman of
the finance committee of which Henry
New York has been
chosen chairman.
Governor Wilson declared that Mr.
Wells was a lifelong friend who had
come into prominence in the west In
connection with the lake to the gulf
waterway project. Mr. Wells, he said.
of the Men's
league of St. Louis, had won the con
of business men generally.
Mr. Wells is a graduate of Prince-
ton university In the class of 1878 and
Is at present spending the summer
at Mich. He is a
business man.
Of Mr. Crane's appointment as vice
Chairman of the committee
Governor Wilson,
am that he had been able
to accept.
Mr. Crane, who was a prominent
supporter and contributor to the La
Campaign the presidency,
visited Governor Wilson recently at
Sea Girt, when the governor was as-
of Mr. Cranes support of the
Democratic ticket.
Mr. Crane was appointed in July.
1909. by President Taft to be minister
to China but was recalled four months
later at San Francisco before he
reached his post.
Governor Wilson left here for Sea
Girt by automobile at p. m.
Wared as Sun Hill
Hero Enters vent ion to Make
Protest Treat.
CHICAGO. Aug. Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt appeared on the
stage of the National Progressive
Convention this afternoon to make his
confession of faith address he laced
one of the greatest audiences
gathered ill the big coliseum building
and the demonstration of delegates
and spectators that greeted him
ed nearly an hour.
The Colonel held an impromptu re-
during the enthusiastic
and was still broadly smiling
appreciation. Sen. In-
Col. Roosevelt at and
the colonel began his speech.
spite the fact that Colonel
was expected to reach the con-
ball soon after noon, deb-,
gates to the national Progressive
gathering were slow again today
At lo
tame with them and a time the
air was fairly blue with conflicting
tunes.
Women delegates to the convention
again wire center of interest in the
convention today. -Many of their
sisters in the suffrage movement had
gathered outside the coliseum dis-
tributing tracts and of the
suffragette cause.
Temporary chairman
reached tin stage shortly after twelve
o'clock. Tan minutes later the
sections were completely fill-
ed.
At p. in-. Senator
Interrupted the singing by rapping
for order.
Rev. Father Andrew Spell offered
the prayer.
The galleries near the stage were
crowded but at the further end of the
I hall were many empty seats.
The audience applauded the brevity
of the prayer.
it when Chairman
announced the arrival Colonel
I the Coliseum.
reaching their i m mi.-,,.
to twelve were no less than enough for Ins delegates and the
delegates on the floor, The They Jumped to
land cheered A. minute later
colonel appeared on stags almost
as if by magic.
in deafening din
were also slow in tilling up.
great crowd spectators and
delegates had remained at the hotel
headquarters eager to see the col-
start triumphantly the con-
or to him on tea
trip- , ,
The New York delegation marched
in a. . with a brass band
in the lead, playing
he stepped onto the Insulated speak-
platform under big sounding
board.
He the
demonstration and bowed to right
and the left. With a broad grin at
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convention tune. Doing
other bands were report ,,.,,,,. ,,,. meantime stood on
chairs and cheered until the
rang. They waved flags and
ed on their way to lbs Coliseum and
it was apparent that When Col. ,,
Roosevelt arrived to deliver his , , riot of colors.
sum of faith he would receive ., i The G. A. R. Fife and Drum Corps
greeting. The delegates were . marched up where
colonel stood and each veteran
pared with and to
make the demonstration a colorful
one well as noisy.
As o'clock approached the
gates began to pour into the ball from
all sides. A number of the
had formed an Impromptu
;. . town and had marched to Mr. T. Hick has returned from
got a warm greeting and hearty hand-
shake from the Progressive leader
Then former leader
filers and drummers played nun
Of patriotic tunes.
AN DEL SUB, Nicaragua,
August American blue-Jackets
and marines who were landed from the
United States gunboat Annapolis at
on night and who
are now in have ordered
General Lull former
of war and now leader the
to deliver up Immediately
lake owned by lbs rail
which run an Ami an
T. the United Stales
minister, has sent s note to General
Menu advising him that the United
States government recognized
the government of .
A large quantity of arms has been
brought from lo Managua to
enable the government to take the
tensive against the followers of
oral
Washington, Aug. from
Panama have been ordered to
lo supplement the force blue-
now in Managua guarding
Americans and their property.
The collier Justin, now steaming
from San Juan Bur, was today or
to Panama to embark ma-
for
The Justin was at sea and n-a ring
when the was
Hashed to her. The vessel had left
San Juan Saturday. It will
take her approximately three days to
leach Panama and one day to take
marines and their full equipment
aboard. It will then take
lour days to return lo
The marines may be landed lien
they It was said at
state department today, however,
that it was thought prudent to
the force ready.
The sending of the marine fore,
is really a further compliance with the
request of the govern
and the American minister that
the United States undertake to pro
tact foreigners and their Interests In
Nicaragua.
Managua. Nicaragua. August
wireless to Colon. August
San Juan city of
Managua is perfectly quid today, but
been placed under guard
by the president. The stores con
mine open throughout lbs town.
The commander in chief the
my, is n
gaged iii recruiting the
forces,
President dismissed
number officials in parts
o deposing those friend-
the ex-secretary of war, Gem
and replacing them
by partisans the government.
The minister of Finance, Pedro Ra-
declares there is still
some disorder in the province
where several of his brothers
have arrested and a be-
longing to one of them at San Fran
In the province of has
been destroyed by troops under lb
TRENTON, N. ., August
want to take the out of
hands trustees and it In
the hands of those trust.
was W first cam
mi. ran-, as be addressed
delegation two hundred Democrats
from Delaware led national coin
Mr. bad declared that
Delaware hoped through Influence
to be redeemed from lie- dishonor that
been u upon hi the political
supremacy of the
and the public service corporations
she still endures with
impatience and
The government New Jersey was
very had. said Governor Wilson, ill
reply, but the people were sound to
core and all they were waiting
was son., means through which
they could express themselves. The
ingenious political arrangement which
made it difficult for the people to
choose their own candidates and have
their own way. am Delaware
will act as New Jersey has.
New Jersey people always
as progressive at any people In
the Union, there been em-
have been In the
hands of a hoard guardians who
used to sit in the slate and tell
the legislature what do. They
had not been by the
to tell the legislature what it
do but it assumed that
i. But we ought to tenderly
those who are on death beds.
Tims.- are In state
house now and they will never camp
In this building
Vet, do not to any-
thing except good fortune of having
been the spokesman people
New Jersey. an trying to
do in the Immediate future Is to of-
fer the people of the United States
. to want done
with their own government and their
own We to take tho
government of the I ands of the.
trustees . ml it hands of
those we trust, for whom
the government held In voluntary
mist new grown i ready to
assume their own business.
Mrs. Grace leaves Scene
Drama
ATLANTA, August
Di Is Grace, acquitted
charge having attempted to
bet husband to obtain
life last. on her lo Phil
today make her future
home, she i. it Atlanta last night
and en steamer from
. today. Mrs. Grace
ed in Philadelphia previous lo her mar
to Eugene n Grace this city.
Miss Maud Mooring
son of late Is visiting family of her brother.
the convention. Four or five bands Greensboro.
of war
Mr J. S. Mooring.


Title
Eastern reflector, 2 August 1912
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The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
August 02, 1912
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