Eastern reflector, 1 November 1912






Legal Notices.
SALE OF HEAL ESTATE PROPER-
TY
By virtue of a decree of the Super-
Court, Pitt county, made by H
W. Judge, a certain civil
action pending in said court, May
term, 1912, entitled J. A Stokes and
R. L. Hum tier vs. J. A. Gardner, the
undersigned will, on
Monday, the 11th day of November,
1912, at o'clock, noon, it being the
let day of November Civil Term, 1912
of Pitt County Superior Court, expose
to public before the court house
door in Greenville. Pitt county, to the
highest bidder, for cash, the follow-
described tracts or parcels of land
to and in Swift
Creek Township. county. North
Carolina and described as follows to
at a stake on the Clay
Root road and running S. W 1-2
poles to a stake, thence S K
poles to a stake, thence S W
poles to the Creek road, thence up
with the Creek road to Gardner's
Cross Roads containing acres more
or
Also one tract of land in said tow n-
ship. county and state beginning at
Isaac Gardner's second corner
runs S to the Creek road, then
down said mad to the old Flat Branch
Ditch, then With the various courses
said ditch to Isaac Gardner's third
corner, thence North West
to the beginning, containing acres
more or less.
Also one parcel of land in said
township, county and state, beginning
at the Big Ditch on the Clay
Hoot road and running down said
road to J. Dixon's place
lice, thence a southerly direction with
said Dixon's line to an old ditch,
thence up with said ditch to the big
ditch, thence up with said ditch to
the beginning containing acres
more or less.
Also one other parcel of land in
said township, county and state, be-
ginning at the intersection the
Gardner's Bridge Road and the Green-
ville and running
with the Greenville road to the Laura
A. land, then South to M.
Gardner's line, then
with M. Gardner's land to
Gardner's Bridge Road, then with the
Gardner's Bridge Road to the begin-
containing acres more or less
and being the land upon which the
Mill, store and residence of J. A.
Gardner are located.
Also one other tract of land in said
township, county and State adjoining
the Lazarus Dawson lands, W. H.
Clark, J. Dixon and J. J. Moore
lands, containing acres more or
less and being the same lands deed-
ed to the said J. A. by Sam-
Cory, reference to which deed is
hereby made for an accurate
Also one other tract of land in said
township, county and State bounded Oil
the South by Swift Creek, on the
by J. Dixon, on the North by J.
H. Collins and M O. Gardner and on
the West by M. Gardner, contain-
acres more or and known
as the Loftin lands.
Also one other tract of laud in said
township, county and State, begin-
at the big ditch on the Greenville
road leading from Gardner's Cross
roads lo bridge, thence
running S with said ditch to the old
Flat Branch ditch to the division line
between Isaac Gardner and Charles
Gardner to the Greenville road, eon
taming acres more or less.
Also one other tract of land in said
township, county and state and bound-
ed on the South by M. O. Gardner,
on the by J. A. Gardner and on
the North and on the West by J. A.
Gardner and M. O. Gardner
acres more or
This sale Is to be made under and by
authority of the Decree of the Super-
Court above referred to.
This the 10th day of October, 1912.
F. C. HARDING,
Commissioner.
and Cora Boyd's corner, thence with
Cora line south 1-2, east
chains to a sweet gum, her qualified as administrator of the es-
on the hill and near Cow Swamp, of Nannie E. Little, before D. C.
thence south 1-2, west 1-4 chains Moore. Clerk of the Superior Court of
NOTICE TO CREDITOR U r CAROLINA FAIR
The undersigned having this day
Hill Be Held In Ben Next
Meek
, Everything has been completed for
to a knot, an old in Pitt county, notice Is hereby given u Great Eastern Carolina Fair which
the mouth of Long Branch, thence , persons Indebted to said October 29th, 30th,
up the run of said branch to the to make immediately payment to and November 1st, 1912.
mouth of the ditch In Said branch undersigned administrator and all I Tuesday. October 29th will be
If 1-4 chains, thence up said ditch holding claims against Every Naval Reserve
4-5 chains to a stake R. M. estate arc hereby notified to tile the and company Eastern North
llama and James C. May's corner. administrator have been invited to
thence north east 1-4 chains to , twelve months from the date hereof , military that will
u small gum bush said May's corner. this notice will be pleaded in ,, day Ten
thence with said Mays ditch north a; recovery of said claims. have a ready signified that they will
west 3.6. then north west 1-5 This the 3rd day of October. 1912. It,, here
chains to N. C. Cox's thence h. LITTLE,
with said Cox's line north west Administrator of the estate of Nannie
chains to a stake at the head of a Little. ltd
ditch on the path leading from Nan-
Cox's to the main road, then with
said N. S. Cox again north west
ii- to a stake. Cox's
then with said Cox's other line
north 3-4 east M chains to a
ditch Swift Creek township, de-
scribed and bounded as
the lands of J. M. Woolen
ENTRY OF VACANT LAID
State of North Carolina, Pitt County.
A. V. Woolen enters and claims
the following piece or parcel of
stake on the east edge of a
thence with said N. S. Cox again north
S west 2.28 chains to a post oak
thence with Cox again north 1-4
east 13.3 chains to the beginning.
containing acres, more or
This tho 25th day of September.
1912.
F. C. HARDING,
ltd St Commissioner.
NOTICE OF SALE
North Carolina, County.
W. A. Taylor and J. C. Taylor
vs.
Samuel wife Jacky
Ann Edwards, R. E. Randolph. L. A.
Randolph. J. H. Randolph. Robert
J R. Bunting and Macclesfield
Supply Company.
By virtue of a decree of super-
court of Pitt county, made in the
entitled cause by His
E. B. Kline. Judge at the superior
term. 1912, of the superior court of
Pitt county, the undersigned
will on Thursday, the 31st
day of October. 1912. at o'clock
noon, before the court house door in
Greenville, to the highest bidder for
cash, expose to public sale the fol-
lowing described tract or parcel of
land, to
and being In Bethel town-
ship, Pitt county. North Carolina, and
beginning at a cypress in
Creek, Noble corner in said
and runs thence with
line north east to a
pine, then north poles to a pine
In the Gum branch, then down the
various courses of said branch to the
creek, then with said creek to the be-
ginning, containing acres, more
or
This the 28th day of Sept. 1912.
F. C. HARDING.
ltd Commissioner
The parade will start down town
and on arrival at the fair ground will
be formally opened with a speech by
Governor Francis D. Winston.
mediately after the speech there will
lake place a military contest follow-
ed by a sham battle.
Wednesday, October 30th. will be
Tickets, allowing
free admission this day have been
Issued lo each school child in
lies between the lands of North Carolina. If there is a
teacher who has not received these
tickets, please notify J. Leon
and the Allen Johnson lands.
twelve acres, more or lees.
This 25th day of Sept.
A V.
W. M, MOORE.
Taker.
ltd It
Hams, secretary of the fair. New
N. C, at once and tickets will be
mailed lo them. There will be all
kinds of sports, for the children.
October 31st, will be the
There will be an auto-
mobile parade In the morning. A;
o'clock will lake place the horse
show. At a foot ball game be-
Bern and second team
M. Col
November 1st. will be
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having duly qualified before -y,,
superior court clerk of Pitt county A
as administrator of the estate of Al- Friday,
deceased, notice is -Farmers
hereby given to all persons indebted farmer, will race their horses,
to the estate to make Immediate pay- there v be
to the undersigned; and all of ever offered the
sons having claims against said in North Carolina.
Honor late are notified to present the Th Eastern Carolina Fair
to the undersigned for payment on or and win have
before tho 26th day of Sept ember, advertised, so you can't afford to
1913. or this notice will be plead in opportunity lo see the
bar of recovery.
This day of September. 1912.
JESSE CANNON,
of Harrington.
ltd
Stubborn Case
under the treatment of two writes
Mrs. R. L. Phillips, of Indian Valley, Vs., they pro-
my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weak-
I was not able to up, when I commenced to
I used it about one week, before I saw much change
Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for j,
has gone, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than
in a long time, and canned speak too highly of
ff you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any
of the troubles so common to women.
is a builder of womanly strength. Composed
of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the
womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up
the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system
has been in successful use for more than years.
Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they
received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today.
lo- I Of rt. Medicine Co.
far tad Mine book. Home Treatment m
Vermont Sunday Schools
The open sen-on for Game
Vt., Oct. large at- Several Inquiries have come to The
. Reflector as to when the same season
marked the to- , . . .
opens In Pitt county. The dates
day of the annual of the
scribed in the game laws of the state
Vermont Sunday Association. are between 1st and March
This is the day the The meeting will last three days and 1st
will have as speakers W. C. Pearce.
of H. S. Conant of
and several other Sunday School work
national reputation.
greatest Fair ever pulled off in
tern North Carolina.
THE PITT FAIR
A Real Fair And Everything Will He
Free
The Pitt county fair is perhaps
Pp
have taken up eight spotted
that have been going in my field for from held
over a month. Weight, about everything It
pounds. Marked crop and ls tree. There is no charge
slit in right ear and under bit in left.
Owner can get them by paying dam-
ages.
October 1912.
W. H. TRIPP
N. C.
B. F. D. Box
ltd
either for making exhibits or the
attendance. Several hundred dollars
will be paid in premiums for
its, but the money for these
is made up by voluntary do-
Small Fire Night
A little past o'clock Monday
night, the shriek of the fire whistle
aroused the population. It was
caused by the burning of a house
just beyond the southern limits of
the town and near the Norfolk South-
railroad The building was
totally destroyed and another a short
distance from it had a narrow es-
cape. The burned house belonged
to Mr. W L. Rice and was occupied
by colored people. There was a small
Heard in Greenville
Ron Had Hacks Had Been Made
Ills Corrected
All over Greenville you bear It.
Kidney Pills are keeping up
the good work. Greenville people are
telling of bad backs
sound again. You can believe
the testimony of your own
They tel It for the benefit of
you who are suffering. If your back
aches, I feel lame, sore and mis-
if the kidneys act too
or passages are painful,
scanty and oft color, usu Kid-
Pills, the remedy that has helped
amount of insurance. It could not so any of your friends and
learned how the fire started. Follow this Greenville citizen's
advice and give a chance to do
NOTICE
t Good Farm for Sale, Notice and
Description.
A good farm containing one
and fifty acres. Three Horse
Crop in Cultivation.
One 8-room dwelling house, good
barn and shelters. 4-room tenant other for two days.
house and kitchen.
One tobacco barn.
For further information apply to
J. C. ROBERTSON.
Robersonville, N. C.
NOTICE OF SALE
North Carolina, Pitt county.
In the Court.
The Greenville Manufacturing
Company, vs. Manson
By virtue of an execution direct-
ed to the undersigned from the
court of Pitt county, in the
above entitled action. I will on Mon-
day. 11th day or November. 1912. at
o'clock noon, at the court house
door of said county, sell to the high-
est bidder for cash, to satisfy said
execution, all the right, title and in-
which the said Manson M
the defendant, has in the follow-
described real estate,
one house and lot in what
Is known as Perkins Town in West-
Greenville, being Roosevelt
avenue and described as
Beginning at Roosevelt avenue at the
corner of A If. and run-
west fee; thence north, For Sale
touching the property or Higgs Bros.
and others feet to a corner of the
property of K. J. Pulley; thence on an
feet to Roosevelt avenue; thence Bern
along Roosevelt avenue feet to
Mr. Hugh Pittman of No. same for you.
hip the victim of a serious ac- T. R. Moore, Evans St.,
nations from the people, Saturday morning. It seems N. C, can recommend
ed by a donation from the state had a fuse cap, as are used Kidney Pills, for I have used
department. Nor are there j in blowing stumps with with the greatest benefit. I was
any side shows, concessions, fakes, which he had been carrying for more troubled by lameness In my hack and
or clap-trap of any kind to catch the than a year. This morning he my kidneys did not do their work as
people and pull money out of them, ed pants and had this cap and a shoe they should. I got Kidney Pills
Not only are these strictly buttoner, both in his hand and the John L. Wooten Drug Co.
barred from the fair, but the alder- sent as one old said, and I had not used them long before
men shut them out of the town on pro against the and I received relief. I can say that this
the days the fair Is open There are that spread consternation. remedy acts just as represented,
exhibits in abundance which the It tore off two of his fingers with For sale by all dealers. Price
pie come to see and enjoy being such force that they were blown In- Co.
That his face to such a depth that it New York, sole agents for the United
NOTICE
Application will be made to the
Governor of North Carolina for the
pardon of D. W. on account
of his ill health and
This September 30th. 1912.
HARRY Attorney.
ltd
NOTICE OF SALE
North Carolina, Pitt County.
In the Superior Court, before D.
C. Moore, Clerk.
Sarah IS. Cox, Executrix of George
W. Cox, vs. Marie
By virtue of a decree of the
court, made in the above en-
titled cause by D. C. Moore, clerk of
the superior court of Pitt county, on
the 26th day of September, 1912, the
undersigned commissioner will, on
Monday, the 28th day of October. 1912,
at o'clock noon, expose to public
Bale before the court house door In
Greenville, to highest bidder for
cash, that certain lot In the town of
at a stake on
and runs with Mason Lodge
line feet, then at right angles
with said line feet to Gibson's
feet with Gibson's
line to a thence with
street feet to the beginning, con-
t-4 acre, more Ices.
Also another parcel of land
township. Pitt
beginning at a large pine and duns
south east 7-10 chains to a
large pine. Nora Buck's
beginning.
This 7th day of October. 1912.
S. I. DUDLEY. Sheriff.
ltd
OF SIMMONS
North Carolina, Pitt County.
In the Superior Court.
Peed vs. Robert Peed.
To Robert Peed, defendant in the
above entitled You will here-
by notice that a civil action for
divorce has been Instituted In the
Land fine for raising to-
cotton and corn. Will sell
cheap on easy terms.
II. H. PROCTOR,
N. C.
A in i
Fur The
I Fair
Greenville, N. C, Oct. hi, 1912.
Editor
Since It Is settled that we are to
have the Pitt county fair and I am
county of Pitt, by Emma Peed, the en the committee that manages the
plaintiff, against Robert Peed, department I wish to say to
defendant, for divorce and the throughout the county who
Peed will hereby take notice tend to exhibit their favorites that
that he is required to appear at have at my office the latest
next term of the Superior court of ed edition of American Standard
Pitt county which convenes at the of which I or Mr. M. H.
court house In Greenville, Pitt also on the committee, will
on the 10th, Monday after the 1st b- glad to let them look over and
Monday of September, it being the copy the written description or
11th day of November. 1912. and an- pets. This book contains full page
or demur to the complaint filed half tone illustrations of all the
the above entitled cause and the recognized breeds of land and water
said Robert Peed will fur- fowls and Is the authority by which
take notice that If he falls to all American poultry shows are
answer the complaint within the Judged. will also be glad to offer
time require by law. the plaintiff other advice and assistance I
lo relief do- to Interesting re-
in the complaint.
This the 7th day of October, 1912.
D. C. MOORE.
hiding the best specimens of their
favorite breed. Let everybody bring
some of their best, since young and
Clerk Superior Court. Pitt Co. old are Interested In beautiful fowls.
ltd i J. J. JENKINS.
is the kind of fair Pitt county holds, took the service of a doctor to
The dales for the fair are November the finger Remember the
14th and 15th. Southerner. other.
MONEY LOST
hp
year some lose money
by buying the first is offer-
ed them without 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, and
on the market.
We carry a stocK repairs tor the ma-
chines we sell, which is tore considered in
buying machinery.
Our desire is to give yon tho best service
possible and we do everything in our
power to your Se- to it
that YOU do not lose money this year.
THINK OF
HART HADLEY, Hardware
GREENVILLE, North
. . n
GREENVILLE IS THE
HEART OF EASTERN
CAROLINA. IT HAS
A POPULATION OF FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
AND ONE, AND IS
ROUNDED BY THE BEST
FARMING COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES OF ALL
KINDS ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HAVE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAY OF
LABOR, CAPITAL AND
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
JOB AND NEWSPAPER
PLANT.
Agriculture Is the Mutt the Meat Healthful, the Most
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE BUS
AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE IN THE EASTERN
PART OF NORTH CARO-
LINA AND INVITE THOSE
WHO WISH TO GET BET
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.
ADVERTISING
DATES ARE LOW AND CAN
BE HAD UPON
r N. C 11111.1 V
Victorious Greeks Have Turkish
Fortress Entirely at Their Mercy
OF
tun mu
ED WITH THE OF
AMI WITH
CHOPPED
THE ATTACKS
Guerrilla Carried on by
Peasants
Oil,
Turkish fortress
been placed absolutely the
the invading Greek army which
captured the denies
the key to situation.
The Capture of the town of
itself is only a question hours.
The whole of the Turkish, army
around will be ulT when
fulls and will he unable to
communicate either with or
Constantinople.
lies to the north of the town
on the way lo to
which a railroad runs.
plan of
of Balkan allies appears
lo be working with almost perfect
smoothness. This is due. according
military critics, to the unprepared-
of the Turkish army.
The armies of
Greece and Montenegro are now in
possession of a large portion of
Turkish railroad system and also of
the roads, while those lines
and roads which they do not
ally command they are threatening.
Interest the war still centers
largely In tho eastern area below
where the
Turkish minister of war and com-
In chief with four armies corps
h holding the line from to
According lo the latest reports he
has been set task of trying
stem the advance of the victorious
Bulgarian troops and he is credited
with the statement that he will re-
turn the victor or perish in the at-
tempt. appears to
a perilous position with the
on his right flank at
cutting him off from army
while the destruction
the bridge over the river
Prevent Ha from obtaining reinforce
supplies from
Should the great turning movement
now being attempted by the
successful,
fight be driven to the west toward
leaving Constantinople at
the merry of the invaders.
In the meantime the Greek.
and Bulgarian armies are moving up-
on The Greeks already are
within striking distance of the Turk-
town of only fifty miles
from the railroad from
Tho of by the
Greeks would not only threaten
hut cut off the Turkish
under Pasha, which was de-
by the at and
Is now concentrating at
The capture of by the Greeks
would enable them to effect a
with the Bulgarian army com-
down from and
n a through the Valley and
concentrating at and With the
who are advancing upon
All the passes through the
dope mountains leading to the Salon-
and railway are also
i. Bulgarian
The report from Con-
that the Turkish town of
has from the
decks Is not credited here.
for
tin
going among the powers. The
British minister at Monte-
in company with the Monte-
foreign minister, visited King
Nicholas yesterday at and this
regarded as undoubtedly In
with the conversations held with
the ambassadors of the powers In
London by Sir Grey, the
British foreign minister.
The diplomats are still hopeful of
avoiding any complications between
the powers.
JACK JOHNSON'S TILTS
WITH LAW MANY
AND VARIED THE
LIST SHOWS
Jailed with Joe
prize at
Johnson's by
sheriff In Philadelphia hoard hill.
Forced by law to settle bill for
nursing his brother, presented by a
colored woman.
Arrested violating speed laws
Boston and tilled.
Pleaded guilty of violating speed
in Huston and again fined.
Arrested in for an old debt
Sued for injuring young white
man while recklessly racing on the
roads at Crown Point, Ind.
Arrested London, Ontario, for
exceeding the speed limit. Han down
another machine. Paid tine.
Arrested San Francisco for
driving.
Arrested in Terre for threat-
to hit constable who had an
attachment on his baggage for lump-
theatrical contract.
Held UP and forced to pay costs to
show at Gardens, Pitts-
burgh.
In Boston, charged with
assaulting driver and break-
windows in cab.
Arrested in New York, charged with
assault on another Held In
bail.
Arrested on charge made by
man and lined in New York.
In York charged with
assault on white woman. too
lo appear. Discharged.
Arrested and fined in New York for
reckless driving.
Sued by sculptor in New for
for bust ordered but not paid
Tor.
Sued by New York doctor for
Arrested for assaulting witness
against him in smuggling case.
Arrested for speeding at Newcastle.
England, and fined
Arrested in San Francisco for dis-
orderly conduct.
Arrested In San Francisco for
less driving. Sentenced to twenty-
five days In Jail.
Sued for rent of apartment in
go.
Sued for printing bill of
New York.
Arrested in Chicago on charge of
abducting white girl.
Summoned to court for operating
automobiles in Chicago with a
single
THREE ROBBERS
HOLD UP TRAIN
WHO MAKE THEIR
ESCAPE
BANDITS WERE ALL UNDER YEARS
Oct.
youthful robbers held up a south-
bound Missouri, Kansas and Texas
train south of today, com-
sized tit own mi its to
OS
AL MATTERS OF
MAYOR E. M. THE SPEAKER
Although Mayor Wooten
come from be was the
Star at the speaking in
Through an
ALLIED ARMIES ISOLATE
FROM REST OF THE SULTAN'S SOLDIERS
and Bulgarians sure that Stronghold will be
Captured in a few days, Rendering Movement of
Turkish Troops near border an
lies Capture Prisoners.
Mr. Thompson Was Murdered at
His Very Home
express and cars mid run
ahead, then blasted
rifled the express safe.
Company officials believe the rob-
in is got several dollars
setting lo a trestle near
of the bandits bad iv
trouble iii flagging train to
bait.
the threatened to
destroy the trestle before their work
the moved
deliberately.
Covering the engineer fireman
With their revolvers they ordered them
from the locomotive cab. J. A.
the train conductor, leaped from I
and he was lined up beside the
A also tell
to his and was made to
Stand beside the conductor.
While one robber held tho line of
the other two uncoupled the
engine. and express cars
from the coaches. They then ordered
the trainmen into the cub ordered
engineer to open the throttle.
The locomotive, nulling the two ears,
Shot across the bridge. What
remained of the structure fell Into
the water a minute the can
had passed. The passenger coaches
vice left Standing Si the brink of
the stream.
Half a mile on the other side of
the bridge the bandits ordered the
engineer to The in the
express oar was dynamited and ran-
sacked.
Their work completed, tho robbers
fled to the wood-covered hills with
their plunder, officials fear
several thousand dollars was stolen.
The alarm was soon given and
were sent from and
Other posses left an hour
later on special trains from
ester and According to
the descriptions given each of the
bandits was less than years old.
witnesses claim to have Been
one of the robbers twice make trips
the express safe, each time with
his arms piled high with sealed pack-
ages of currency. found
the outer wrapper of one of these
packages which had contained
consigned by the Southwestern
National Hank of Commerce, of Kan-
City to the National Hank of
Greenville, Texas.
WILSON SAYS HE DOES
NOT CONTROL THE
CONGRESSIONAL
CAMPAIGN
N. J. Oct.
on the announcement that
F. Ryan had contributed
the Democratic Congressional cam-
fund Wilson
have no control over the Con-
campaign. It is an ab-
distinct thing, handled by
snot her set of
Governor Wilson Spake today at
and Orange For the re-
Wednesday, Cape May Court House,
N. J.; and Burlington;
Thursday, Madison Square
New York, at Friday night,
Rochester, N. Y.
BODY OF INFLUENTIAL
CHOCOWINITY FAR
MER FOUND ON
THE ROAD
WASHINGTON, N. Oct.
dead body of Fred a prom-
and Influential farmer of
township this county, was
found by the roadside late yesterday
afternoon. Just before dark, near
Creek, about eighteen miles
from this city. Ills horse and
were found Without a driver some
little distance away by some children
and this led to a search, which re-
Oct.
Thompson, freight agent
Southern Railway, with
here, was shot and killed by W. K.
shortly
noon today.
, The shooting which at the
candidates scheduled to or , ,.,.
the people of were unable u,,,,,,, , . caused S big local sen
last night.
the engineer to detach .,., , . , . Rial.
series of circumstances, en-
unavoidable, the different
reach that town last night.
Mr. F. U. Wooten. however, Journey.
ed to that progressive and
delivered strong address In behalf
Democracy, To an audience
numbered about hundred Mr,
Wooten explained the failure of the
Candidates lo appear ill a speech
to an hour long discussed nation
and politics and policies clear
the duty and of
every good to turn out in
the Ming election and defend
the only party that has outlived
the political storms which this
try has undergone, The party that
the last hundred years has been
by and tor the people.
Mayor Wooten dwelt at length on
the evils of the tariff as enforced
under a Republican administration,
making it impossible for a man to
have the same chance in any enter-
prise to accomplish that which has
been achieved by tho few favored
ones at the shade of a tariff with
high protection.
He urged every one present to be
all mutters concerning the
government of this country,
that no matter how humble
one's position his share in man-
of the affairs of the nation
was us important as the duty of a
Stockholder In any company towards
the company of which he is a part
The lent its undivided at-
to our townsman, who in
closing his speech clearly showed
a ridicule that recently set up
ring- rule-in -Pit
corresponding
At Training School
The Senior Class of the Training
School met on Tuesday
the purpose of the election of its of-
Miss Lee Smith was
Miss Hat tie
dent.
Miss Mabel
secretary.
Miss Lolls recording sec-
Miss Lula treasurer.
Miss Greene Day, reporter.
Miss Josephine Tiller. critic.
President Robert II. Wright met
With the class on this afternoon to
discuss the privileges they had
tor. He left when business
began to be discussed before
class had adjourned for
the seniors hail been tiled in the of-
and a copy sent In the class
A live discussion of the plans for
ho year followed member
contributing some idea by which work
together the senior class
Its thirty hi number, will be able
to accomplish much classes before
have dreamed of.
wan taken into custody
by a policeman accompanied t
Wile. Went to
A doctor was summoned
afterwards and effort h.
being made in remove Blair to a
sanitarium for treatment.
had nut reported at his desk
LONDON, Oct. cap-
ore of the town of by the
Bulgarian troops very little news
received from region
future of Turkey in Bu-
be decided within a few
has been
where tin
rope may
days,
A short
message trout bow-
ever, says Bulgarians i
a military train on i. .
Constantinople to
This indicates that the Bulgarian in-
have cut the railroad, isolating
its base accomplish-
one the greatest strokes of the
i.
The Bulgarians have been pushing
forward, to
for several days and this reports, from the eastern side
Mr. Thompson addressed a note of
dismissal. In turn sent another
Dots back Thompson, a min-
later Thompson received a
phone call and left his
office, in the meantime in-
his servant to close up the
house. Mrs. was not at home
at the time.
Later arrived and neigh-
were startled by the sound of
four shots. Police forced the door
and found Thompson dead.
crouched in one corner of the library
and muttered, killed my best
AS ELECTION DRAWS
NEAR TAFT CALLS
COUNCIL OF HIS
LEADERS
WASHINGTON, Oct. short
meeting or the Cabinet was held to-
day just before President Tint left
for New York lo bold a
fl With Republican and
ti witness the launching tomorrow of
the battleship New York.
The conference will be held at the
Hotel Manhattan tonight. Chairman
of the Republican National
Committee; C. P. Taft and Henry W.
Tan. brothers of the president, and
other leaders arc expected to be pies
flit. The president will leave New-
York at midnight Wednesday,
in Washington early Thursday.
The cabinet meeting today brought
only three members to the executive
Secretary Knox. Secretary
Stimson Secretary Meyer. There
a general discussion of
topics, hut details
and other Questions were for
future meetings.
The Illness of Vice President Sher-
man was discussed sorrow was
expressed by the president and
of bis official family.
Active diplomatic negotiations are of the week he will speak as suited in finding the body.
Ir. Coming
Dr. H. O. Hyatt will be at Hotel
Bertha Monday, November 4th to
treat diseases of the eve and fit
glass, s
It
SHOOTS MASKED BOY
HE MEETS LATE AT
NIGHT COMING
HOME
RALEIGH, Oct, Powers,
aged eighteen years, lies
wounded in the Wake Fores College
hospital as the result Of two pistol
wounds Inflicted by II
Rhodes, a freshman the college
Powers Is the son of a prominent
physician, but not a member of the
student body. Rhodes declared that
the shooting occurred about midnight
he returned a meet-
Powers and S companion, both Of
whom were masked. The companion
bed and his name has not been
hope entirely destroying
i defeated at
Sell.
Ai the same time Hie Bulgarian
armies are carrying out a wide, sweep-
movement, reaching almost to
shores of the Black Baa and still other
columns are completing tho
Circle around How far
these combined movements have been
successful the outside world is not
informed, hut the Bulgarians assert
that the fate of is
sealed.
Despite the perils of the situation.
however, Turks have not lost hope
of retrieving themselves. According
a dispatch from Constantinople re-
here today by way Of
sufficient Turkish
reinforcements have now reached the
front to enable Turkish
to assume the offensive
Is stated that three Turkish col-
are to be supported by other
Turkish troops being taken water
Turkish ports on the Black Sea.
Whether they will be in time to do
any good is problematics,
The says, too, that tho
Turks have recaptured front the
Bulgarians, In view of the big events
in tin- eastern region of the
war the achievements of
arm have been somewhat lost sight
of.
The whom Europe
did not expect much, are now iii
session of virtually the whole of old
and in conjunction with tho
hold the part of
district of The
columns have obtained
of the. Turkish railroad from
its northern terminus, to
are following the de-
Turkish army to far-
to the south.
The Bulgarian co-operating
with the army in the western
pan of peninsula has occupied
and threatens to OUt off tho re-
treat of the Turks to the south.
The Creek army, too. Is making
Its capture Pen-
is considered of the utmost
Importance for with in
Greek hands the whole country to the
north is accessible the ad-
of the Greek army and the way
is left open iii the
base in far western region.
The Greek plan is clearly In effect
t junction of the Greek arming and
then march on The Greek
crow ii prince's army is now within
striking distance of that
In the first place of course, the
Creeks must sever be-
tween and and
might force against the former
place.





n.
BETHEL
Hon. F. C. Harding
them
o. worn u-i
th.- president's veto.
On each of thee
a of Progressive lie-
and i. voted with the
In Om of these Wilt reduced the duty
Yet although a revision of the
Steel was and Is pending the
Heel Industry has revived, prices are
a-id. of all. from
Mr maker's point of view,
. i promised to explain i more
. , several
i M tire if some
there were any H
i . . I a to anew
Hi. questions hurled at
Or
bat I said not for their
SHALL
t I Milken
Plea la
i I.
Ai I and
ii rang, d I the.
Democratic county
. to Bethel
id a a
rally in
A. C. I., depot. The
am
number, gradually in
, as I i did rent I
spoke n Hon r H u l m
for the Bra
began hit of
ind b upon
of election, a
number had to hear the
Mr, c T. a, one . B
.-i acted Intro
raid n.
B II, the for
D office, was the ti.
THE WANAMAKER
PROSPERITY PLEA
IT HELP
If the Democratic campaign fund
. were being drawn from
ts are now being made , are contributors to purchase
new steel plants. ; legislative favors at the expense of
If th dancer that Mr Wanamaker , the people there would be no need to
foresees is real, how Is It that these j appeal to the volts at large for the
How Is It that means to finance the campaign. The
manufacturers all over the country of war in a contest between
are Increasing their plants , the victims and the beneficiaries
Mr Wanamaker seems tariff extortion and trust monopoly.
labor conditions. however, must be furnished In
Fallacies of His Argument Dis-
in Counter Appeal
to Merchants.
FREE TRACE NOT PROPOSED
Panics Occur Without Regard to Tar-
Men Direct-
the Campaign.
To the Merchants and Business Men
of the
Mr. John r has issued a
of against the
of which be says
will follow the election of Woodrow
Wilson.
To hark hack twenty years In
. a ,. tea words thanked is to deal with ancient
,,. history During this score of year.
. .- poi in hit .
i and
i i st sen sue-
. election
. Cox, for
, I tor the hi a ;
I U Bell i
s of I
Bell lieu III. D. M.
. ,. . . units
. did
. i people
.
us this score of
American Industries bare advanced so
far in competing power that a com-
even with ISM is ridiculous.
it j our exports of
I ., ire than two hundred
. value- today they are
of twelve hundred millions,
gain of per cent.
i . la disaster to come from the
petition on our ground of those
Manufacturers with whom we are
j competing on their ground
; Is poor time to distress when
we exporting steel
. the rate of a million dollars daily.
Mi i
also of
High wages are not necessarily m
of prosperity. As Professor f
points out. a century and a half ago
laborers Ii Island received a
.,. . but It took four
work to buy a pair of shoes.
Nor are high the result of
protective riff The strike
brought out this fact vividly. There
the textile have a i
the
main by persons of comparatively
small means, and the contributors to
the Democratic campaign fund must
make up by strength of numbers what
they Individually lack In length of
purse.
The recent statement of the chair-
man of the Democratic general finance
showed that 17.116
have contributed in the aggregate
high protective tariff to favor them. and that about
but s of their were more ,, for the legitimate ex-
shown to he Indefensibly low. A fair i the campaign That would
comparison Is between a , a candidate who
and Germany, both thickly around the hat among
one having protection and the nth- four and get It back
or high protection. How do wages I but It Is a large sum to
stand n countries today Those of Woodrow Wilson's
in Germany are IT per cent i and everybody should chip
than English and not only so. , according to his means without
but the cost of living In Germany Is his neighbor Is
per cent higher, so that the pro- golDS do about
tented German workman earns the,
mailer wage and pays the higher
cost.
Free Trade
Is It rot truly ridiculous for Mr.
to raise the of free
trade No party advocates that. Mr.
Wanamaker know that the Dem-
e; Lion ind woolen bills a-.- not
. ., In sense.
The fa i lit
DROP IN
See our Display of
FINE
FURNITURE
It will pay to
shop here where you
can form an opinion
of true values
Tin unlimited choice of the best grades
Furniture
; Exceptional bargains in odd pieces besides com-
the prices.
Show You
TAFT VANDYKE
Buy Oranges,
Fruit,
Etc.
Brought to Light
People the
There have been many cases like
the following in Greenville. Every-
one relates the experience of people
we know. These plain,
ward statements will do much
relieving the suffering of thousands.
Such testimony will be read with in-
by many people.
James Hardison, Fifth street,
Greenville. N. C. had
from my kidneys and the kidney
secretions passed too frequently at
night. In the morning when I got
UP, there was lameness across my
. us ion . 1889, was no
I I I De-
; ii m
p Kb r
o d to e rep
. He i. . his stand
what I hes Ion t
lb . fence law, to., advocating the
. ,,, submitting to a vote
of questions as office the second time.
directly effect people and Mr. Wanamaker quotes from various
. submitting to tin Issue sources certain records of distress, bat
their vote. In several occasions to say that every one of them
Introduced n few a
only prosperity, nut i
Mr. r this Mr
Harrison, s Republican, succeeded in i
l serving till Puring this j
time Mr, Wanamaker himself was in
President Harrison's cabinet, and It
was then conditions matured
which resulted In the panic of 1893, i
four months after Mr. Cleveland took
direct from the Grove. Get
best fruit and save extra
freight charges mid-
man's profit, commission
mail's commission and other
expenses. I can fill all is and I also suffered from back-
la any Quantities for
fruit on short notice.
ache
Kidney Pills which were
I also
i procured from the John L. Wooten
v . Clark
not less six months
the tariff bill of became a
that went s long way to place him and g of Mo
in ,. familiar footing with the and nm
The speaker went beyond, .
and state politics and touch-1 administration nor a high tariff
ad on the border of national Issues, I j, any protection against panics, and
taking stock of the unseemly struggle they occur, as everybody knows, ex-
between the leaders of two other Mr Wanamaker, quite without
Mr. Clark was loudly to tariff changes Our very
worst panics have occurred under Re-
Harding us the next and administrations.
and although by the time be I hP, T
platform declared for
parties
began his speech there were prob-
ably to people in the audience
it is to be regretted that all the
the revision of the but this
promise, soon so recklessly broken,
had no deterrent effect upon Improve-
of township found it in business conditions It can-
to be there, as our dieting- not therefore be said that the mere
townsman delivered one of threat of tariff revision causes dis-
the greatest speeches be ever made and I tress, for there was no doubt in
be has a just reputation as a strong
orator,
Harding took advantage of the
i to explain a few phases
. county politics, although lie said Most Important, however In
hi was there to discuss national is-1 Wanamaker's letter is his to
.- in a perfectly clear manner
h. explained the of the idea
not only that the tariff was to be re
vised, but that It was to be revised
, downward
Ignoring the Present.
Mr.
that Pitt county or
that had ever existed in the
county. He told that Democratic
refer to existing conditions. He prom
; all sorts of disaster In a very
general way, but has nothing to say
about current facts of Industry. For
example. It has been well known since
that the public demanded the
committee of the had always i downward revision of the tariff which
Mr Taft promised and later denied.
A Democratic house of
was In 1910 on that
Issue That house passed a series
respected the people and had ever.
made it possible for the people to
express their choice and elect who-1
i the people thought were best
fitted for the offices. He
cited facts to prove he. statements
and his journey into county politics
have cleared many a mind in
R township.
hi discussion of national
i. rs Mr. Harding was most eloquent
and making for a basis of his speech
. . quotations from that part of
history that so South, be
Showed the party to B shame
In disadvantage. Roosevelt s
lion after the Chicago
Democratic Nominee Does
Hot Intend to Lose Sleep
November 5th
Drug Co. relieved all these
grow potato drawers and of and restored my
Lies of all varieties. to a normal condition.
for sweet potato plants are given January 1908.
being placed now for next I
spring planting, If you need Trouble Since
sweet potato plants for next Mr. Hardison take
spring and summer give me n confirming my former
your orders now. First come; ; in favor of Kidney
served. State made a
of Orlando, Fla., The cure my
Winter Park Hank, of Winter
, . . For Bale by all dears. Price
Foster Co., New York
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the
take no other.
W. B. TAYLOR
Winter Park, Fla.
J. Oil.
Woodrow Wilson would rather
convention go to bed at o'clock election night
which refused to return him the take a long sleep and And out
his step to again battle morning or not he la
elusive victory. All pointed out that elected president of the United States
country or Its welfare had than to sit up and watch the returns
lag to do with his anxiety to win. The governor watched a workman in
Not lung but personal greed prompt- tall telegraph instrument In his
lag him inability to ma today by courtesy of a telegraph
with such as Importantly and company.
directly affects the people or this The nominee wondered if the noise
lion; his apathy when the welfare would not prove distracting would
of the was concerned. The not distracting,
shameful treatment of the south. Really, he told the correspondents,
back half a century ago. when a He- I'd rather go to bed at nine o'clock
publican government sent a than to sit up and follow the early
military dictator to change our I returns which are unusually
laws and make us submit to a lit I and
ID drudgery. Everything meant The correspondent surprised
the sou.,. o, OM. h- no
and was the point where Demo-
WHEN YOU BUY SHOES HERE, YOU
have the satisfaction of knowing you are getting
the very best quality you can possibly procure
anywhere the money.
Many a cheap, shoddy shoe hides be-
hind a nice appearing, pleasing-to -the
eye style, but a few wear will
prove the inferiority of the quality of
the materials used and the careless-
exercised in their making.
We look to quality first of to it that
the leather is right, the linings substantial and the
general construction the best procurable any-
where. We depend upon you for our business,
and you depend upon us for square dealing, we
are in duty bound to give it to will.
Our new season's styles for ladies and gentle-
men, and boys and girls are ready for your
A FEAT PIT
GREENVILLE
The Safest
place
for
your Harvest money
is in this bank
Look two men. They have been
to market their cotton. One put his
in the bank and the other one didn't.
They were held up on the way home. The
nilly fellow who wanted to take bis money
home had to to the robbers. The
other was able to them the
His money in the bank.
Take a lesson from your harvest money in this bank like all
other farmers. Ii is the safest It when-
ever please.
BANK OF GREENVILLE
Greenville. N. C.
R. L. DAVIS, President S. T. HOOKER, V
H. D. BATEMAN, Asst. Cashier J. L. LITTLE,
We sell the best Buggies and on
the market for the money
Credit
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money
Refunded
Harness, Lap and Bicycles f
THE JOHN FLANAGAN BUGGY COMPANY
We invite you to look our stock
have a passenger Touring
u It K FOB
Car hire on reasonable
it
terms. Will carry
anywhere town or country,
or to towns.
Day Phone. Night Phone
1-L
Savage
The Republican party doesn't pro-
pose to any of the
conditions which mark our present
difficulties.
N. C, Oct. 1912.
Notice Is hereby given to the pub-
that our lands, lying along Tar
River have been posted to
law and all persons are forbidden to
trespass on any of our lands with or
without gun or dog, for any purpose,
whatever, without permission.
J. K. CLARK.
W. C.
ALSTON AND J BRYAN
GRIMES.
O. PROCTOR,
W. B. PROCTOR,
BLOT
TAFT WANTS THE M
VOTE OF FARMERS.
MAKES CONFESSION
Tights for Farmers
Banks
AT MS-
made IX ;
KEY.
t. r.
TEMPTED D THE FELL
DANGER AHEAD
SIGNAL'S A FAKE
Republican Circular Warning
Railroad Men Is Palpable
False Alarm.
EASY TO MAKE FIGURES LIE
la line Hunk to KIWI
People i in. do at Lew-
Hairs in the
S. A.
Oct.
continued his campaign for farm
era cooperative banks and
credits today by making reply.
letters have reached the While
House Intimating that the plan would
benefit only the big farmers. The
president quoted the report of
Ambassador statistics show
GREENVILLE, S C. Oct.
Charged with mistreating three lit-
girl inmates of Hie South Caro-
Odd Fellows Home while lie was
lust Rev. T.
on trial here today confess
el that the accusations were true.
Vaughn's confession brought his
lo a sensational close. There
hi I been no Intimations that the for
mer clergyman would confess. His
attorneys fought stubbornly since
Old Trick of Setting Red Lights on a
Clear Presented So
Railroad Men May
lag business done by the Vaughn
I in Germany. on
The size of the average deposit
these Institutions is around said
the president. The average loan they
amounts lo only mid the
of the banks av
members. II i. plainly
these figures that this
not a farmers plan. In my loiter
ti the governors
which I made for the of clemency,
of a cooperative credit in this ti If chair.
county will be of great advantage to
Hie small runner. It was in the In-
the beginning Of the case to break
the strong of the child's
witnesses.
The attorneys for both sides agreed
to plead guilty in
his life alter th-
have have acted
shamelessly. The devil tempted tat
and I have he exclaimed in
Ins plea to the Jury while judge.
ors and spectators wept.
After Jury had been out four
minutes of guilty was re-
turned, but without recommendation
The penalty la the
Congressman Claude
Governor's Brother,
Ma already has a law
permitting the establishment of co-
operative societies of this type, fa-
law the Credit
ion of Mass., was organ-
Iced, I think, in II. in
months it had a cap-
ital of ;. and of
loans.
The result obtained by the adoption
this form of cooperative credit in
Germans speaks plainly enough for
usefulness. is one bank for
e e.-y population in Germany.
The rates of Interest charged is
a or two lower than
in commercial hanks
make a profit which in the case of
hanks i
as a reserve fund
Claude of the
district, spoke to about two
hundred in the court house
re Saturday afternoon. lie was In-
by Prof. w. H.
and in acknowledging the
Mr. said much of his sue
in lite was due to lions
Prof. given him while
a teacher In Scotland
Congressman said he had
i ail carried primarily to make a
so that each Cal speech as the existing divisions
year these hanks are
their position and becoming a more
important factor in the empire. The
total business done is astounding
It is In the neighborhood of
strengthening Republican
a speech
ma lily he
either Taft
ranks made such
unnecessary. While
no admiration for
or Roosevelt, he was go-
The principle upon which these
is conducted is unknown in
tin United States. Our mutual life
insurance societies,
and building mid loan
have with good success.
Four-fifths of the people arc
depositing In mutual savings
which are organized for much the
Paine purposes as the small
societies of Europe. Inly in the
States the operation of those
Institutions arc engaged largely to the
cities. cooperative society which
I recommend affords a mutual savings
institution devised particularly to
give bunking facilities to farmers for
small loans on personal credit and
for time. The farmers them-
selves would control the management
of these societies.
First Smelter Plant in North
Carolina to e
Hear Charlotte
to feel very kindly toward
for the way they were helping to
elect Wilson by lighting each other.
As to state politics he was feeling
much the same way toward both Set-
and for the way they
were fighting each other and help-
to elect the Democratic ticket.
He came, he said, to make a speech
in behalf of the campaign of his
brother, Governor W. K.
for the States senate. Some
had questioned the propriety of his
making such speeches, but the fact
of the governor being his brother
had really deterred him from entering
the campaign a month sooner than
he did. for knowing Senator Sim-
record as lie did made him
feel that he should speak against his
Ire-election regardless of hie
being a candidate for the
Senator Simmons held.
Then for something like an hour
and a half Congressman Kitchin
spoke on the record of Senator Sim-
mons, bringing out practically the
same points and charges made
the campaign by the governor
himself and speakers In his
behalf.
Ex-Lieutenant Becker Will Be
Mugged Before Taken to
Sing-Sing
Oct. According lo
statement made yesterday by Dr.
G. S. who is vice president of
the newly organized Surface Hill
and Company there will
be a smelter installed on the prop-
of the company due east of Char-
Clear Creek township. When NEW YORK, Oct. Heck
set up this will be the first smelter, automatically dropped from the
to ever be used in this state, one of police rolls by his conviction for
too nearest being In Johnson City, and on longer a lieutenant in that
Tenn. will pay one more visit
The smelter is merely a furnace to police headquarters before he goes
Is capable of supplying intense to Sing Sing prison await the ac
heal which is used in reducing re- of the Court of Appeals.
ores after they have He will from the tombs to
through the mills. Heretofore all of the of Identification to be
the that has been din photographed and measured for the
North Carolina has been shipped rogues gallery.
away lo be thereby adding The legal work necessary to get
greatly to the and case before tho Court of
down profits on tons of rock mined. Appeals will begin Immediately after
The smelter Is only a part of the ma the sentence Hi pronounced by
has been ordered for lice on Wednesday next. Notice
company recently. There will be a of appeal will be filed forthwith and
total of in the latest and will operate as a stay of
Improved machinery for the mines or
the company. When all of the ma The case Is not likely to set
has been Installed the argument for several months and
puny will be able to take the decision on the appeal s not expect- j
Iron, inn -u . -r for or more although
been finished nothing but a bar of action will be exploited by Mr. Whit-;
the pure gold will be had. in way possible.
The Republican national committee
U distributing circulars rail-
road m.-n predicting s mid hard
times in event of Democratic
Among their statements
ea to mislead railroad men is
STOP LOOK
FORGET
Bis sum of mossy, u
Nevertheless mu.-h
to railroad
of Slates under B-
of President In than
in lain. year before Air.
This It a sample or the old time Re-
publican habit of claiming credit for
ail natural progress -credit even for
good crops.
It is true that in 19.0 wages of
amounted to some
more Huts
Hut Hint represented three
In amount ;,. to railroad
was 1901
it was h i was an In-
crease 9171,584,774 . year
preceding the Tuft administration,
b to more than double tin
c ease during three years of the Taft
administration.
t it obvious they are
you won have the statistics
at hand to yourself and that
therefore they will tool you Into be-
that Taft administration
made railroad men's prosperity
Then stop. listen
In four years preceding Tart's ad-
ministration miles of railroad
were sold under foreclosure. The
bonds of these roads
amounted lo
Under three years of the Taft ad-
ministration 5.115 miles were
ed, involving
The Tariff Humbug Again.
A still more palpable presumption
by Republicans men are
fools Is the following statement in
their
number of railway em-
In wan
total number of railway
h in tail
Republican administration tho
of railway employees in-
creased from 78,084- during a
i.
Increase of nearly
yon wan. a Democratic president
return conditions and number
or employees of
The Taft people take 1895 because
the last Democratic low tariff bill,
known as the Wilson bill, went
in and they would like to
have railroad men believe that a Dem-
tariff revision made the hard
l i
What the Facts Prove.
-Vow, what are the facts
The began back
right after the Republican high
tariff, known as the tariff,
went effect. Graver Cleveland,
the last Democratic president, was
elected 1892. The panic came on in
1893. not as a result of Cleveland
election, but as a result of conditions
that had been growing steadily worse
under Republican The panic was
over before the Democratic tariff bill
was passed in and after that
prosperity began to return.
Now let us make a fair comparison
of these railroad figure.
In 1893, under the Republican high
tariff, and with the panic on. there
were railroad men employed,
or per miles.
In 1894. part high tariff and part
low tariff, the number fell to
or for per
miles.
Prom this year on, long as the
Democratic administration was pow-
conditions Improved steadily.
1895 tho total number of railroad
men at work was increased to
In 1896 It was 826.620.
In 1897 came into the
presidency, and the Republicans set
about to the with
high tariff. AND IN 1897 THE TO-
NUMBER OF RAILROAD EM-
FELL OFF TO 823.476.
Republican Panic of 1907.
Then in the fall or 1907 there was
another panic under the Roosevelt ad-
ministration and under a Republican
tariff. Were the railroad men
protected from of Jobs Scarce-
The next year, 1908. the number
railroad fell off by
a of per
miles against per miles 1894.
the when the results of the panic
of 1893 were felt most severely.
So what is use of trying to
make of railroad men or of
other Americans by distorting
The truth Is that these fluctuations
were not due to high tariff or low
tariff.
pry
TO SCARE VOTERS
A CAR LOAD OF
Managers Depending
on Prosperity Plea to Turn
Tide to Taft.
DEMOCRATS MUST ALERT
National Chairman C ;
Attention of Wilson Supporters t
Necessity of Meeting This
Attack.
New York, Oct.
Dear Democratic and Co-
worker;
The of the Democratic I
el on Nov. is
the of you loyal
Ami we lire
upon you with absolute confidence, i
know that the t
heavy, but I further know that the
will justify this confidence which
we place in you. The way to attain
the effective results is to have.
voting district so thoroughly or-
ii every Democratic voter
will bf brought to the polls on el
day and will vote the tick-
et eh lost to the
it is generally the
vote has been b
out. Will you bun see to II th U
your Democrat vote Hill year
Gore, who La chair of
the bureau
a committee, is delighted in-
about the real
workers an-
and he feel .
and confidence in you
take the liberty of calling your at-
to a line vi attack on us that
is by tin- publicans, and
urge you to guard against and to
counteract in your district. They are
raising the false and wholly
ed that Democratic success
will mean business depression. To
show you one way which they are
this line of fooling the
voters I quote a few sentences front
letter recently got out from their
Chicago headquarter which they
now sending the business
campaign now in progress
has a direct personal Interest for
you. Upon its result depends the
maintenance of the present
prosperity which the country
Is enjoying. Why sacrifice present
prosperity for uncertainty mid de-
which a tariff for
only would certainly
That these suggestions are wholly
false and are wickedly made to fool
the people Is evidenced by the fact
that with the election a short time
off and with almost every reader and
thinker and political observer
that Wilson and Marshall will be
elected, yet practically every line of
business is showing extremely mark-
ed activity. The railroads are placing
heavy orders for new rails
JUST RECEIVED
an
A i i ii r L on the road,
b in last of week.
v. .
I L WINSLOW
dealer in
Horses and Mules
Buggies, Wagons and Harness
GREENVILLE, and
mm
nun running .
ahead of las year by millions
of dollars monthly, wholesale
having tremendous for j
. . o Is, the el mills Factories are
full cf orders, and bank show I
heavy gains all over the country. This
tense business activity Is due to the
fuel that the world
Wilson will do what h
rays h will record Is of
complete fulfillment of hie promises.
All well posted men
Governor Wilson's n
form of inn . well as the Democratic
platform of declared for a
of the tariff. It seems to me that
the only question before the American
people now Is, Who will give them
the downward revision for which they
made a new demand In 1910, when a
Democratic congress wan overwhelm-
elected It is clear that the
only man In the race who will Bland
for an Intelligent revision downward
Woodrow Wilson and the only party
which will give It Is Democratic
party.
Now, If Mr. Wanamaker Is correct
his assertion prosperity de-
pends wholly upon Republican rule
and the of a high tariff j
policy, how does he explain the In-
controvertible fact that with every-
body demanding tariff revision down-
ward the business of
looms in .-
very h and th r
Democratic i In better com
more stimuli.-.-1 more
than It has b n In m i
years Does he
shrewd merchants, business men
bankers almost sense
In business conditions,
as they say In r i
I.- De. no es. i- n
sides .
WHY TAFT OH
Prices of Food Products Have Soared
Them, Yet They Premise Re-
to th bulletin of fed-
bureau labor average
of a dozen or more of the principal
of food has per cent
In the last ten years.
The price of flour has increased
cent., lard per cent., steak
per cent, hams per cent., cornmeal
per cent,, rib roast ti.; per cent.,
round steak per cent., pork chops
per cent, bacon per cent., and
Irish potatoes per cent.
During these ten years of rising
prices and Taft were at
head of the government. Both of them
want to at the had of the govern-
again.
LOST
program of the new party legal-
Ires monopolies and systematically
to them and
to plan mads by government
with regard to employment and
regard to labor
EVERY year some farmers lose money
by buying the first is offer-
ed them without look over our lines
of FARM MACHINERY
We carry an up-to-date line 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 repairs tor 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, Carolina





CAROLINA HOME
and FARM and EASTERN
REFLECTOR
abroad pays a tariff tax equivalent off. he can't vote in the Automobiles will soon be going in-
25.88 per cent or per winter quarter.
This bill proposed to remove
entire tax.
Political Advertisements
Dy
The party of the
We heard one man. not a resident Tuesday. To the People of Hit
The Democratic wool bill proposed of Greenville either, say that he had
Believing that I have been
BIBLE CLASS,
BAPTIST M
to reduce the average rate of duty children and was
on wool manufactures from 90.10 pet,, accounts for them by
of I rum
to Sept SO,
Class Organized Oct.
Get on the band wagon for Green- pd n my position on questions of Sundays to end of
TUX REFLECTOR Inc. lo cent. President a for each one of them
D. i. Editor. of Th H and i,,
CAROLINA.
u. year. . . more for their clothes That man
months. -SO Mi year than they would have it
Adverting rates may be had President Taft had signed it.
application at the business In. .,,,,
Reflector Building, corner Evans A wool hat valued at abroad
and Third taxed cents upon its entry in-
The campaign Is on its last lap.
TALKS OS OSTEOPATHY
concern to the people of Pitt county Fourth Quarter 1911
direct your attention to the follow- Average attendance for the
quarter.
I ask you to nominate me in the General for ,,
Democratic primary on the Initiative.
1-C
the Referendum and other
Because Wilson. Craig and the en-
tire county ticket arc sure of
tint Tuesday is no excuse for
tor the Education of The Public
And the Advancement of
Osteopathy
Ail cards of thanks and resolutions to the States, under the at RATIONAL
sf respect will be charged Ur at ,,, tax- .
quarter.
es. nominated me and whether Orphanage contributions for qr. 10.16
nominated me on these measures
alone or not. am honor bound to Total. 120.06
land by my pledges and tight for
these principles.
cent per
ed only cents.
Communications advertising Flannel underwear valued at
gates will be charged for at three I , ,,
per line, up to fifty lines. dozen suns taxed under the
present law at the ad val-
second class matter
August at the post
Greenville. North Carolina, under
ct of March
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1813
not voting. Every one should so
out and help make the majority as
large as possible.
OF HEALING
As to a local stock law. say now
and have always said that the
Quarter, 1912
Average attendance for the qr.
pi, effected that law should for qr. J 9.12
Osteopathy is the best answer given a vote to determine whether or
this universal demand for a natural wanted the law. believe
rational method of eradicating is the most amicable and
Orphanage contributions for qr. 22.24
rate of about per cent. The
Democratic bill proposed to reduce
this to per cent. A suit of ready-
Total
How strange it Is some people Food. air. sunlight, exercise. to settle this question and Second Quarter, 1912
think others have no right to rest, correct mental attitude, do not hesitate to say that if I attendance for the qr. 7-13
ions differing from their own. and all other Common sense aids Pitt county in the legislature General contributions for qr.
pie can hold different views and yet
health, the osteopaths considers of i do all in power to submit Sunday School missions.
2.40
hon. earn w.
Men's cotton half hose valued at
eighty cents per dozen pairs
are taxed under the present law
at the equivalent ad rate of
per cent. The Democratic
lotion bill proposed to reduce this
per cent.
It proposed to reduce the on
cotton thread from an equivalent rate
of per cent to lo per cent. A
suit of ready-made cotton clothing
at the foreign port at Is
taxed under our present law BO per
Cent ad or a suit. This
Democratic bill proposed to reduce
this tax to per cent and save the
consumer per suit.
The bill revising the metal
reduced average rate of
duty on the entire schedule from
Total.
made clothing worth in Eu- vast Importance; but the distinctive troublesome question to a vote Orphanage contributions for qr. 21.19
rope is taxed under the present W as aS the of osteopathy is affected by it.
M equivalent ad order in body, perfect nerve To do more , a,,,
rate Of per cent or The the matter out of the peoples hands.
Democratic bill proposed to reduce
tax from to per cent and
the consumer per suit.
I The cotton bill reduced the duties
on cotton manufactures from 48.11
per cent lo 17.06 per
Third Quarter, 1912
attendance for the qr.
General contributions for qr. 8.48
in their convictions.
Governor Wilson says lie had disorder, imperfect nerve in belongs, and place it attendance for the qr. 3-13
get a sleep on the and poor supply mean of a few.
. ease. , ,. t,. . i Orphanage contributions for qr. 14.02
of election than to sit up and theories
. . . th. i. ., . do, if elected to the
hear the news. That g bu, lo ,.,
preference to express, for ho The most important question to then, hag
lion of the tariff burdens under this
schedule from not less than
000.000 to about 1113.060,090 for a
cent s in U T been so much trouble. I now repeat
cent, a interested, is. w II osteopathy aid me ,. .
. to be good news. .,. . ,. . and say in the most positive tones.
in getting well Does cures follow a
, that I will vote for a law to give the
Do no, the campaign you T
. vote on the question as to whether
inn lose head. All will need to be approval for a system
year, or a saving of about ff , now and has ,.,.,. for nearly
for a twelve month period.
In Woodrow Wilson the Democratic
has a for the
whom it presents to the country
in full assurance that ha la, In a
manner the choice not only
of the
election and there are other things twenty years, curing a high percent-
age of its cases. I lie record is a
important as politics.
age of its cases.
wonderful one when we remember
o--------- that most of these cases are those
The Charlotte Chronicle is worry- which have been pronounced incur-
g because the storm able before resorting to osteopathy
.,. come along. Just wall a What is osteopathy doing now
.,. ., ., What has it been doing I . .
Total.
for the Year
Oct. 1911. to Sept. 1912
Average attendance for the
year, 14-17
contributions for the
year,
Orphanage contributions for
the year.
Sunday School Missions.
3.60
2.40
do
few days
The Republicans will Bad
suppose are the questions the
also Of thousands November 5th. wish IO have
have heretofore voted another of cases of asthma
If Republicans ever do r an- have been cured. Most of the cases
long
the fence shall remain where It is
or be removed.
The Democratic doctrine Is. the ma-
and I submit how are
we to ever know whether a local for the
law is wanted or not so long
as one legislature makes it and The
submitting I
people. Such a Receipts
state of might go on amount received as per
and we would arrive at no
solution of the question, and those
vitally interested be kept In constant
r. Domination was . how ,, turmoil and doubt as to how to pro-
per cent of to . ,,., of a such other chance in North Carolina, how ,.,.,, or ,.,. their crops and stock.
This revision, it before swept a national con- they will use of the Hem-1 f The people
22.42 per rent.
above report.
Disbursements
Turned in to S. S. Treas. Or-
contributions.
Turned in to S. S. S. S.
Missions,
in to S. S.
as never a . Many cases paralysis nave to ratify or repeal s- s-
estimated, would hare saved the Amer demand spontaneous and have been at to the treatment when there To allow from contributions
lean consumer In a twelve month wide, which it was Impossible other. seemed no chance of a cure. a is Paid for Notes for
more than 680.000.000, resist.
The revision of the chemical sen-1 Governor Wilson is a new man
The people have been getting much Chronic
have been cured.
i ruble cases of chronic constipation . teacher.
, an injustice to a part our
and . k,, Pair for Notes class
, . ,., vet to repeal it without
Spinal , , , on for the year.
would have effected a saving m is less than two food for thought out of this campaign, . . h a
American consumers of about i. made his first cam- but they have been looking more to , ., satisfactory manner. In- good Democracy.
reducing the price of all M candidate. He is the newspapers for it than to the numerable cases of nervous to clearly my Pair for flowers.
for envelopes for Or-
contributions.
chemicals and at the same time the as s political leader, in the speakers,
revenue for the government would fact that he conies into the public
have been increased. view only in middle life, with his
lion have been cured or ,,, law
About one-third of the epileptics who it is Total disbursements.
The Greensboro News the sen- -on I maintain regardless of
2.40
9.50
1.00
12.00
1.00
4.85
6104.35
It is identically
The bill placing sugar on the free philosophy fully formed; it has been contest will not go to osteopathic or influence
list would have saved during a year formed in the privacy of forty years tenth inning Certainly not. it will treatment. In short, there are but me then and I have
diseases, especially the chronic ,
that investigation had busied With Secretary of State Grimes.
itself with existing facts, not with Congressman Small and Senator and con- in primary It Pennsylvania got a poor start this
theories, and it Is a mere statement mons to speak, this will be s big not destructive. e every man who yet De able to
business men; weak, de- certainly me .-. k.-.
. took part in that primary to vote me
people who have no definite v
disease, are always helped. And the
of the truth to say that no man has WM, politically for Pitt county,
ever mastered the subject of govern- o
Respectfully,
D. M. CLARK.
FOR THE SENATE
on its practical side and Sow they are accusing cockroaches L one not
of the government of the bedbugs of carrying typhoid but good. non-
States in connection with the germs. Then swat the strength. Osteopathy stands for Simmons for the United
political and social problem of and bedbugs. and the osteopath makes each
the United States more part of body WOrt Vote for Simmons, the White will expire March next, and
Just as nature intended. Democrats are making special
Woodrow Wilson mastered It Do you reckon a buggy is sick when I hours Mon- leader
not less than to constant study and investigation, be called at the close of the 5th.
consumer. The tariff tax on th. first, constantly and o
amounts to about 1-2 cents per
pound. The amount of sugar con-
in the States in 1911
was about pounds and
the application of 1-2 cents per
pound to this consumption affords
the estimate of as rep-
resenting the saving to the people.
The House passed a providing
for an excise tax on incomes, there-
by transferring a considerable
of the tax burdens to the weal-
thy, which are escaping their prop-
proportion.
The excise bill passed by the House
provides for the extension of the
Corporation Tax law so as to include
individuals, firms and
It accomplishes the very desirable
purpose of transferring tax burdens
to the shoulders of the wealthy, who
have heretofore escaped from a prop-
share of taxation for the support
of the government.
The present burden of indirect tax-
falls upon people having in-
that have not been
fully treated by osteopaths,
the greatest recommendations
. a right to expect you to support me
Sept.
balance on hand
1912.
Report submitted Oct. 1912.
The Cornell squad hereafter will
One of now- , en- only three scrimmages a week,
to this the games played at Ithaca.
, tire Democratic ticket, u , , . .,.,
season in a blaze of glory.
I Senators
Terms Expire March
The terms of United Slates sen-
son's store.
F.
Kinston and C.
weekly only adv.
than
before he was called from his study In. throws up mud Or are and mornings,
to a political office. t-e governorship merely Imitating some political Greenville office over Frank
of New Jersey. His first acts In speakers.
the governor's chair aroused the
prise of the whole country and as candidates might be looking
his administration progressed, swiftly around with a view of engaging a
awakened the realization that a new nurse for the morning after
type of man and leader had election.
on the stage. Within eighteen .
months after he had taken the oath of Let this also be a campaign week
his first public office, he was named for shares in the new series of the
by acclamation for the chief Home Building and Loan Association
of the land. opens next Saturday.
MEXICO IS LIABLE TO
FIND ITSELF COM- for North Carolina.
INTER- Vote for the Progressive
NATIONALLY Statesman.
WASHINGTON. Oct. Vote for Simmons, who Is approved
complications may follow the and praised by the Democratic Sena-
action of the Mexican government In tors.
arresting the Belgian consul at Mari- j Vote for Simmons, the Democratic
Yucatan, which was today re- Tariff Leader.
Every Democrat in Pitt county Some folks had as well be making department. Vote for Simmons, who will be
should feel interested in maintain- up their minds to get sorry is no explanation of the Chairman of the Finance Committee,
representation In things they have said during Unless he Is speedily released thus bringing this honor to North
the Belgian government is reasonably Carolina.
to cause an inquiry. Officials Vote for Simmons, who suits
The number of delegates to which I of New Jersey, the
610.000 per year would pay will be in con- The statement of expenses of the by
on the first and per
year on the second
0---------
Vote for Simmons, who has served forts to capture enough to make both
his people and his state so well. houses of congress Democratic. Of
Vote for whose hands are the be chosen are almost
Clean. I to be Democratic, Republican.
Vote for Simmons, father of Bull Moose and doubtful. Those
Federal Aid to County Roads, whose terms expire next March
Vote for Simmons, who stands for Alabama,
the Interests of North Carolina. , Arkansas. Davis
Vote for Simmons, who gets big
conies of less than per year.
A man whose net earnings amount county's
to but per year would conventions, election.
this bill pay no tax. A man earn-
vent ions for the next four years will senatorial candidates shows that the the affair through Vote for the friend
he based on the vote for governor campaign Is costing them agency of the American consul the Farmer.
at Vote for Simmons, who Is In line
The collapse of the rebellion with the Progressive platform
OH, OSCAR
REPORTS
the election next Tuesday. Pitt's
convention vote Is large enough to Oyster Bay dispatches state that deterrent ed at Baltimore,
wield much influence and to hold other cranks trying to reach me of the rebels in Vote for the pure- lofty,
this strength there should be a large I southern and central Mexico. Re- and North Carolina States-
vote on Tuesday. Keep this in mind I o--------- to the state department are to man.
The Free List bill, passed
by the House, have saved the ,., you go ,,,. There are going be some Vote for w o a
In the state, of Mexico and equal and exact for a tariff
prised people on the morning after, , the Fed. for revenue only and who fight, die-
the election. which Includes the the South.
Ital. On the other hand conditions Vote for who will be
worth were imported during the last Some wanted the state When you go to vote next the north of Mexico reported In the primary over both
people annually. This
bill removed the duty from
Implements, of which
and vote.
You Just can't please everybody. I
Problem of Child
NEW YORK. Oct. of the Greenville. Friday. Nov. 1st, at p
fiscal year; sewing machines, to modify your tickets carefully aid be be u
wire, bagging and cotton ties, M to vote in the sen- that you have the right kind.
laths, shingles, flour, salt, are now kicking
shoes, etc. about It They even claim that success is certain. The mind, of the m.
our tariff . barrel of will the bars Question now is how large to . at the College of City of,
valued at abroad Is taxed to vote In the primary. The the majority
per cent ad at our port., or ruling of the committee not only
his opponents.
Come and hear Senator F. M. Sim-
In the Court House.
on the barrel This bill removed shuts out Republican., but If a Dem-j If you do not want lo throw your
entire tax. scratching his ticket puts a vote away next Tuesday vote for the
Beef valued at per pounds Republican In the place of the one men who will win.
Colorado, Guggenheim
Colorado, vacancy. Hughes,
Delaware, Richardson,
Georgia, Bacon
Idaho.
Idaho, vacancy,
Illinois.
Illinois, vacancy.
Iowa. Kenyon
Kansas.
Kentucky.
Foster
Maine. Gardner
Massachusetts. Crane
Michigan. Smith
Minnesota, Nelson
Mississippi. Percy
Montana, Dixon
Nebraska. Brown
Nevada, Massey
New
New Jersey, Briggs
North Carolina, Simmons
Oklahoma, Owen
Oregon.
Island,
South Carolina.
South Dakota. Gamble,
Tennessee, Sanders
Texas,
Virginia, Martin
West Virginia. Watson
Wyoming. Warren
The House
The New York Herald's canvas, in-
that the next house will be
made up of Democrats, Re-
York to consider the Bangor
problem of the mentally detective heavyweight, has been picked Progressive, end I 80-
and the saving of him for use- Tom the veteran manager
The conference is boxers. Tom asserts that the Maine
to the one held here last will be ready to don the span-
which attracted international at- In two months.
Lincoln appointed
Secretary of War by Congress.
Democracy Had lever
Better Chance, Says
Woodrow Wilson
WEST CHESTER, Pa, Oct.
Pennsylvania expects, New Jersey
expects, the whole country
the Democratic ticket to de-
Governor Woodrow Wilson here
today in his campaign speech
since he interrupted his speaking
program a week ago today. as
the expectation the prosperity
of the country is not checked for a
he continued.
is not a business man in the
country who has a fear of
of his business unless he has
breaking the laws of the land
and the laws of honor. I hope those
men are afraid and that their fears
will be
Crowds welcomed the governor on
his way from Philadelphia to West
Chester. He spoke twice at this place
at a Democratic rally in a
and at an overflow outside.
WHY DR.
IS FOR WILSON
He Says Taft and T. R. Are Sol-
of Fraud.
tag terms with the Agricultural
Colleges and Experiment Stations and
the State officials no longer be
regarded as Inferior beings, living only
on the largess of a Washington cabal.
I ask all who want honesty and faith-
service the Department of
culture, the promotion of public
health, and executives who have
grown to manhood and lived in an en-
favorable to that which
makes for the public welfare, to vole
for Wilson and Marshall.
ENEMIES OF PURE FOOD LAW
OFFICIALS
Lodge, and Social
I. Dudley.
Clerk Superior C. Moore
Register of M. Moore.
B. Wilson.
Chas. Laughing-
house.
C.
P. D
J. Holland, j. J. May. M. Lewis.
W. E. Proctor.
Town.
M.
C. Tyson.
L. Carr.
Chief of T. Smith.
E. Nobles, F. B.
W. A. Bowen. J. S. Tun stall J.
F. Davenport. B. F. Tyson, Z. P. Van-
Dyke. H. C.
Water and Light
S. C.
W. Tucker.
L. Allen.
Fire D. Overton.
Churches.
Baptist, a M.
Rock, pastor; C. C. Pierce, clerk; j
C W. Wilson, superintendent of Sun-
day school; J. C. Tyson, secretary, j
regular pastor.
Episcopal. St. Dallas
Tucker, rector. W. A
of Sunday school.
R. V. Lancaster.;
pastor; P M. Johnson, clerk.
Methodist,
B. U. pastor; A. B. Ellington
clerk; H. D superintend-
SB of Sunday school; L. H. Ponder,
secretary.
More Chapel
Rev. W. O. pastor.
Free Will E
Peden, pastor.
Ledges,
Greenville No. CM, A. F. and A. M.
a Williams, W. M.; L. H.
No. A. F. and A. M
D. E. Or Win, Sec.
Greenville Encampment No. j
O. O. W. C. P.; L,
H. Fender, Scribe.
River No. K. of
Woodward, C. a; A. B. Ellington,
K. of R. and S.
Chapter No. R. A. M. j
-J. N. Hart, H. P.; E. E. Griffin, Sec.
Covenant Lodge No. IT. L O
every Tuesday night, E. O.
Flanagan. N. O,; L. H Fender, Sec.
Tribe No. I
It Sachem; J.
W. Brown, C. of R.
Lillian Carr,
Miss Moore, secretary.
Daughters of T.
. president; Mrs. J. L.
-t, secretary.
The Kings A. L
president; Mrs. t. O.
Secretary.
Sans Club-President. Mrs.
Lewis Skinner; Secretary, Mrs. W
L. Hall.
Carolina Albion Dunn, president;
D. M. Clark, secretary.
End of R. O.
fries, president; Mrs. E. B.
Secretary.
Round Table-- Mrs. r R
Pros.; Miss Nellie Denny. Sec.
Civic League-President Mrs. T.
A Person; Secretary, Mrs. T. B.
Edward P. president of the
Topeka and Santa Fe rail-
road. years old today.
Chemist Believe the Health
of the Nation Demands Election
of the Democratic
Ticket.
By HARVEY W. WILEY.
Chief Chemist of the II. B.
Department of
My appeal Is chiefly to those who.
like myself, have been lifelong
believe that no kind of
administration Is going to ruin the
country. have a high personal re-
for each one of the candidates for
president and on all
the tickets All the political platforms
are mainly sound and all promise
fort behalf of the whole people. My
choice Is not based on a It
was determined by my Impressions of
the real attitude of the candidates re-
the public welfare. We are
creatures of heredity and environ-
In our attitude towards great
public questions we are almost alto-
creatures of environment.
What two men are by environment
least likely to be swayed by special
Interests and most likely to be guided
by devotion to public welfare Two
of the candidates have already been
tried the presidential chair and w-e
know by experience what may be ex
If either of them resume bl.
former seat on March 1913. Mr.
Roosevelt by reason of his attitude to-
wards the food and drug act
the consumers of the country
to the rapacity of a few mercenary
manufacturers. authority of
congress I had carried on extensive
experiments with my so-called poison
squad and found that certain sub-
stances, viz. compounds,
compounds and sulphate of
copper were Injurious to
health.
The law conferred upon me, as chief
of the bureau of chemistry, the duty
of acting as a grand Jury and deter-
mining whether foods and were
adulterated or Instead
of from my decisions the
courts as the law requires, the users
of these poisons appealed to President
Roosevelt. He not only listened to
them, but he abrogated the plain pro-
visions of the law. a board
not contemplated by the law. and
that these predatory Interests
might continue their attacks on the
health of the people until this
unknown to the law. should decide
otherwise. .
Can we safely trust the campaign
for public health to Mr. Roosevelt I
cannot believe that to be the proper
course. Mr. Taft inherited this ex- .
bad condition of affair
from hi. predecessor and not
only continued this Illegal board
whose patronage I
still poisoning the people, but he did
worse. In the of the
of distilled beverage. In which
Roosevelt upheld the legally j
Mr. reversed
that policy threw the mighty
weight of the executive office to the
support of the lot of
tors that ever disgraced a country.
Mr. Wilson Mr. Marshall by
their strenuous efforts behalf of the
food of their respective j
given s positive promise to end
such s threatening state of affairs.
They will support to the utmost the
under the who trying
to protect the public will
short shrift of those who
brought these present j
conditions.
Wilson by their
thin and environment are free from
bins favor of predatory interests I
and inspired by true patriotic
of public
I support the Democratic nominees
In full knowledge that many of the
prominent Democrats congress have
been In full sympathy with the
sis of the food law in behalf of
unholy dollar But when the Demo-
president vice-president
lend the of their powerful
thy in of the public
those of their own not In
with them will be robbed of;
their power for evil. If Roosevelt or
Taft be chosen the soldiers of fraud j
adulteration will be Impregnably I
entrenched for another four years j
adulterated
alcoholic will s new
of life.
I believe also President Wilson
will renovate the department of
culture, reeking, for
the psst with
and favoritism. will see to It that
bureau of animal Industry will
protect the Instead of
effort, of packers to sell
meats under the deceptive
B. Inspected
Under President Wilson no more Pin
will be kicked out of the service,
no more will ex-
dictatorial powers. There will
be so more cotton and Jungle
atrocities, no more Everglade
boasting and I
will give to sans
forts for the promotion of reel I
and the public health
Under Wilson the of
agriculture will be restored to
TAXING POOR MAN'S
COAT OFF HIS BACK
Concrete Illustration of What a Re-
publican Tariff Really Means
Causes Workers to Think.
Concrete examples of how a pro-
tariff operates are causing the
working man, the to do a
lot of thinking nowadays. He is be-
ginning to understand whether it Is
not about time to call a halt on the
Republican practice of taxing the coat
off his back and threatening him with
the loss of his and his socks If
he does not submit.
All through the present tariff law,
passed by a Republican congress and
endorsed by a Republican President
as THE BEST TARIFF BILL EVER
PASSED, are to be found
the higher duty on the cheaper
article, the lower on the shoulder,
of those least able to bear It the great-
burden of the protective system.
Here are some
The cheapest wool blankets bear a
duty of 165.42 per cent.; the dearest,
104.65 per cent.
Flannels, not more than cents s
pound, are taxed at per cent.;
over cents a pound, 76.37 per cent.
Wool plushes, cheapest, 141.75 per
cent.; dearest, 95.33 per cent.
Knit fabrics, cheapest. per cent;
dearest. 96.63 per cent.
Stockings, worth from to 61.50
a dozen. 76.37 per cent.; from to
per cent.
Hats and bonnets, worth not over
a dozen, per cent.; over s
dozen, per cent.
Carpets, highest priced, per cent.;
that used for mats and 126.88 per
cent.
Women's gloves, per
lined, per cent.; longest
gloves, per cent.; lined.
per cent.
Men's gloves, worth less than a
dozen. per cent.; costliest gloves.
14.45 per cent.; leather, unlined, 44.58
per cent.; lined, 29.50 per cent.
Buckles, cheapest, per cent.;
dearest, 26.3 per cent.
diamonds bear a per rent,
duty; Imitation diamonds. per cent.
The humble firecracker bears a
97.02 per cent. duty, while elaborate
fireworks bear but per cent.
Matting, smaller and cheaper grades,
per cent.; costlier, per cent
Watch movements, seven Jewels,
66.02 per cent.; Jewels, 40.41 per
cent; Jewels. 34.46 per cent.
Underwear, cheapest, per
cent.; dearest, per cent.
Dress goods of wool,
105.42 per cent.; 94.13 per
cent.
Velvets, cheapest. 105.22 per cent.;
49.66 per cent.
Silk handkerchiefs, 77.44
per cent.; per cent.
Scissors, worth cents s
52.21 per cent.; worth s
per cent.
knives, grades. 67.40
per cent.; bone 69.43 per
cent.
Butcher knives, best grades, 62.10
per cent.; grades, per
cent.
Files, smallest, 81.29 per cent.;
longest, 36.81 per cent.
Shot gun., worth from to
47.67 per cent.; worth over 46.46
per cent.
These are only a part of the
gleaned from a swift
conning of some of the schedules. Re-
to simplest terms, they mean
the poor Is taxed higher
rich man.
The Cameron Girl Will Help
Mother Prosecute Negro
Pugilist
CHICAGO. III., Oct. Cam
and her mother. Mrs. Cameron
of Minneapolis, were
brought from Rockford, where
the girl is being held as a future wit-
to be present when the Federal
grand jury today took up again its
investigation into the relations be-
tween the girl and Jack Johnson, the
pugilist.
I No witnesses in the Johnson
were beard at the morning
session of the grand jury
Mrs. said her daughter
had given over entirely her former re
Solve to SI ck lo Johnson and now
convinced that she should
to her mother and aid in
the pugilist.
Ayden Items.
AYDEN. of brick at
810.00 per thousand. J.-R. Smith and
Bro.
There was a considerable
tight on the farm of Mr. L. L. Mr-
Sunday. One came near
losing his life. It required one hour
and a half to sew up the gashes.
Hulls, meal, ship stuff, and cracked
corn. J. R Smith and Bro.
Mr. J. our Ice, coal and
dealer, in the absence of his
butler, called a stand by to
deliver a bunch of fish, offering him
the service of his bicycle. In so do-
the strange readily agreed
and he has not returned for his pay
or returned the bicycle. Mr. Dall
has offered a liberal reward for its
return and is wiser, if poorer, by
the transaction.
Protracted meeting going on this
week at the F. W. B. church.
Cook and heating stoves, pipes and
mats at J. R. Smith and Bro.
Mr. Dick Wingate. our horse and
mule man. left Saturday for St.
to buy for this market.
brick, brick. J. R. Smith
and Bro.
For North
Hie Their
Account
WASHINGTON, C. Oct.
Campaign expense accounts were
turned into the clerk of the house
today as
R. M. Page. 81.692.
Claude
Small.
Webb.
G. D. Reynolds. Republican. 8th
district. 868.01.
am Bi
SECOND ANNUAL
Pitt County
l all
Will Be Held At
GREENVILLE, N. C.
Thursday, Friday,
Nov.
1415,
NO CHARGE FOB EXHIBITS OR
ADMISSION
LIBERAL PREMIUMS FOR EXHIBITS
No Sideshows or Fakes of Any Kind
Farmers Day on Thursday
WITH PARADE BY THE FARMERS UNION
Educational Day Friday
With Parade by Schools of the County
A GOOD BAND WILL FURNISH MUSIC
SPECIAL BATES ON THE RAILROADS
Everybody COME to This Fair
American Weds In
Paris. Oct.
attended the wedding of Miss Ruth
daughter of W. T. P.
Hollingsworth, vice president of the
Westinghouse Electric Company, and
Gaston Pinto, which took
place today in the American church
in the Avenue Alma. Mr. Pinto is a
well known commission merchant in
Paris, and he and his bride will re-
will spend south of
side here after honeymoon, that
mud r pi. y. mm
bogs, black, one black spotted,
average weight over Fork
in each and in left.
Owner can get sane by paying
W. J. Evans. Greenville,
Route ltd
The Third Term favor-
reply to the telling, unanswerable
arguments of Gov. Wilson Is th.
opinion, baaed on ac-
knowledge but by
musty books on political
The Colonel himself at s
tender was put at hard
It not often a whose whole
life has been given up to politics
office-holding gets a. horny-handed a.
Mr. Roosevelt In the ranks of labor
high
Forbes says
Wonder If Emerson was upon
s Moose when, several decades
he
the owner of the sphere.
Of seven and solar
President Taft congratulates
of on Chair
describes as old rash
Another such
Vermont would go
Democratic November.
st
goes merrily on. Eight Taft
In Missouri If
they will vote for Third
If you intend to vote next Tuesday he is more
than anxious for you to go to the polls in one of
his New also an Overcoat,
You've got to see his Suits and Over-
coats in order to fully appreciate their
superiority. In style and workmanship
all wool fabrics, and fitting qualities,
they measure up better than
other Clothes.
SPECIAL VALUES to offer you
at this time, which includes all the weaves
that we have shown this season at prices.
15.22
It has been the policy of this store not
only to sell you Good Clothes, but
who know and feel for chair-
man say really Isn't to blame
for Republican presidential
date's he out of
A Western Third Termer
will . Urns be
fore election to he
He'll plenty of time following It
To sell Satisfaction as well as good cloth
es.
Those who want good clothes at a price
will find it to their special interest to see the
patterns now on display at this store.
C. S. Forbes
Clothier,
Furnisher
Values in Boys Clothing





mm LAD I
If you are at all particular in regard to the
latest and best in Feminine Apparel, a visit to our
well stocked store will prove to be both instruct-
and entertaining. A cordial invitation is ex-
tended you to come and inspect our well-tailored,
hand tailored
Coat Suits
and Skirts
We have a large stock for you to select from
and more are continually arriving. The newest
are beautifully developed in our selections.
The coats embody many new features and stylish
effects. The materials the best to be obtained at
popular prices. You will find our goods in every
respect worthy of your choice and purchase.
We want to show you quality at
prices.
Brother,
N. C.
October Will
K.
Very Cheap Kales
via
NORFOLK R.
From
Bryan . t
. 3.90
.
Greenville . 3.45
Arthur . 3.10
.
Tickets sold morning trains Oct.
good to return until
Oct. 30th
Ample train conch-
es for white and colored people
Ask nearest Agent for additional
W. W. O. P. A.
Norfolk. Va.
A I on the Track
of the fast express means serious
trouble ahead if not removed, so does
loss of appetite. It means lack of vi-
loss of strength and nerve weak-
If appetite falls, take Electric
Bitters quickly to overcome the cause
by toning up the stomach and cur-
the indigestion. Michael
of Lincoln. Neb, had been sick
over three years, but six bottle of
Bitters put mm right on his
feet again. They have helped thous-
ands. They give pure blood, strong
nerves, good digestion. Only cents
a M druggists. adv
Announcement
To the Voters of Pitt
I announce myself as a can-
for Register of Deeds,
pendent of party affiliation. Tour
support will be greatly appreciated.
M. BRYAN,
I hereby announce that I am not
a candidate for the office of county
commissioner.
R. L. COX.
Oct. 1912
Attars- at Lot
MM at
his an
S. M. Schultz
v and retail
.- dealer. paid
Seed Oil, barrels.
keys,
Oak bedsteads Mattresses,
Suits. Baby go-carts,
suits. tallies, lounges, sates.
Wards and Ax High Lit.
tobacco, Key West Cheroots,
cigars, canned cherries,
es. apples, syrup, Jelly, Meat.
sugar, coffee, lye, food
matches, oil. cotton seed meal
hulls, garden seeds, oranges, apples
candles, fried apples, peaches
prunes, currants, raisins, glass ass
china ware, wooden ware, cakes ans
crackers, macaroni cheese, best hut
new Royal Sewing ant
numerous other goods. Quality
Quantity cheap for rash, com o
ma U.
Bulbs, if you Please
Our i stock of French and
land Bulbs are now arriving and to
plant early Insures fine flowers.
Remember we make the finest wed-
bouquets and floral designs.
Mall, telephone and telegraph or-
promptly executed by
. L. Co.
Phones Raleigh.
ii. j.
Agent tor sad
H. I
Still With
Ts Life
Company
Just The Strong-
est and Best I
AUTOMOBILES FOR
HIRE
Town or Country
B. V. Phone
L. B. FLEMING
Professional Cards.
f, .
Lawyer.
in
on St. opposite court Sous
U L Moore W. II.
at Law
S. J.
literati Law
la Building on i. ,
House
North i
U. W.
Law
ogles formerly occupied by
Fleming
. W. M. I-
limited to diseases of the Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat
Washington. N N. C
Office with Dr. I. James. Green
day every Monday. to
If. r. D. . t lark
Engineer Attorney at
ft
Attorney at Law
villa.
W. r.
Office opposite K Smith ft Cos
tables and next door to John
Buggy new
North
b. r.
Life. Fire. Sick and Accident
on Fourth street,
Wilson's store
H. I. Ward C. C.
N. O. N. f
ft
Law
Practice In all the u-t
a Woolen PI
Street
forts
JAKES I. STABS
Attorney at
office in Pending, fifth
from street
North
Kinston, N. C. N. C.
nit. r.
All curable diseases
treated without drugs or surgery.
Chronic diseases a specialty. Office
over Frank Wilson's store.
Office hours M-12. Monday and Fri-
day mornings.
Saved by His Wile
a wise woman who knows
Just what to do when her husband's
life Is In danger, but Mrs. It J. Flint,
Vt., la of that kind.
on my using Dr, King's New
writes Mr. F
dreadful when I was so weak
friends all though I had only a
short time to live and It completely
and colds. It is the most safe and
cured A quick cure for coughs,
reliable medicine for many throat and
lung bronchitis, croup,
whooping cough, quinsy,
hemorrhages. A trial will convince
you. cents and Guaranteed
all druggists. adv
EASTERN CAROLINA
NEW N c.
teller to Not. 1st
Greatly Reduced Rates In. hiding One
Admission to the Fair Grounds
NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD
From
.
. 2.25
Simpson . 2.05
1.90
Washington .
. 1.70
. 1.25
Tickets sold 27th to
1st good to return until
November 2nd
For additional information apply to
nearest Agent
W. W.
General Agent.
Norfolk. Va.
MM
Dutch and Roman Hyacinths. Sacred
LI Hies. Narcissus, Tulips, etc
m. D. D.
Phone L
OLD BAY LINE
Steam Packet
Including Sunday,
Mall steamers
equipped with
Telegraphy and every mod
convenience. Cuisine
Sundays
week days pa
Norfolk, dally am
Point am
sold to North.
West and
No. Mala St
J. W. BROWN, JR.
SORDID TALE OF
T. FOND
Treasurer Sheldon and J. P.
Tell of Millions Sub-
scribed in 1904.
is compounded with the utmost care, under the personal
of expert chemists, and always insures
, uniform quality and best results.
on it. All good Grocers tell
BIG FAVORS IN RETURN
aw all
Gould and Morgan Gave
Gave , Per
Cent, of Entire Amount Received.
John D statement that
the Standard Oil company contributed
to Mr. Roosevelt's campaign
fund in 1901 as confirmed by
R Sheldon, who succeeded Cornelius
N as treasurer of the
national committee.
Not only did the Standard Oil com
give to elect Mr
president, but J. Morgan
Co. gave H. gave
and gave
Mr Sheldon testified that
per cent of Mr. Roosevelt's total
campaign fund was contributed
Naturally these people gave their
money freely to the Roosevelt cam
fund
Testifying that he had contributed
to the Roosevelt campaign
fund in Hull because he was
Mr. J. P Morgan added.
only Interest we had was in till
welfare of the
Mr Morgan his devotion
to Mr Roosevelt's political fortunes by
the further statement that P.
pan Cos usual contribution to lie
publican campaign only
ii; that ha never heard of any
donation by his firm to the Democrats
that when Mr. Taft was a in
1901 Hi. Mini subscribed was
and ibis year neither be nor his
banking bad a
Mow It Was All Done.
To grasp these
have to recall a modern ins
In 1901 Mr Roosevelt had his
bureau of corporation In working or-
Mr lately in control
of it as secretary of commerce and la
bad ii made chairman of the
national Republican committee He
and Cornelius N lilies, treasurer, were
collecting money As it
don. Mr successor, says.
pay cent, of received came
from the menaced corporations.
If we do not find In these disclosures
a explanation of J P Morgan
In Mr
Roosevelt's election, It Is possible
later events may reveal It.
Mr Roosevelt never J. P
Morgan steel trust He em-
stopped the proceedings In-
by others against P. Morgan
Co's harvester trust When the
panic of 1907 was at Its height he turn-
ed the resources of the treasury over
to J. P. Morgan Co. who used them
and made money and reputation by
process. He met Gary and rep
resenting P. Morgan A Co s steel
trust, before breakfast one morning
and licensed them. In violation of law
to absorb the Tennessee Coal and Iron
company, thus giving J P Morgan A
Co's steel trust a monopoly of high
grade Iron ore. He put Mr a
partner of J. P. Morgan Co., Into the
state department and the diplomatic
service. He made Herbert
J. P. son-in-law. assistant
secretary of the navy In a letter to
Attorney General he
feelingly to the virtues of the
Morgan interests which have been so
friendly to Never before was the
so cheaply protected.
Extent of Morgan's
The are not con-
fined to J. P. Morgan Co. by any
means The Morgan Interests
life Insurance companies, batiks
and trust companies, railroads and
manufacturing enterprises If the par I
house Increased Its regular
contribution In because of.
Its we may easily
imagine that the policy was widely
imitated by affiliated corporations and
Individuals. Perhaps In this almost
exampled favor by the Morgan Inter-,
we shall find an explanation of
the Roosevelt administration hostility
to the Standard Oil Interests, which
have not always agreed with J. P.
Morgan Co. concerning welfare j
of the
It may be that the senate
will be able to throw more light on
this point, but It can hardly add any-
thing to the scandal of the Morgan-
alliance It was Mr.
who opened up to J. P Morgan
ft Co possibilities of government
by big business It Mr. Roosevelt
who persuaded I, P Morgan A Co. to
plunge deeply Into politics It was Mr.
who. consulting
registered the decrees of J.
Morgan Co. in the White House.
Not until Mr. Roosevelt had lost con-
of the Republican machinery
law providing for of cam-
contributions had gone Into et-
did J. P Morgan Co. disappear
from list of regular contributors to
colossal compiles funds of
Are J. P.
ft Co. now operating under
of their resent partner.
W Perkins Task
YOUR BANK IS YOUR
MOST
FRIEND
The relation of a Hank to Its depositors is most
confidential mid ha -i upon implicit confidence. When
you are thinking o u banking connection consider the
prominent character and of this Hunk with its
history of six and one half years of practically same
.
Then think a little further and consider the standing
directorate and Its assets of and the fact that
this Is the only National Hank In Pitt County.
Then think of its various kinds Savings Accounts
its Department-its Safe Deposit Department
and you are bound to that its equipment to serve
is complete In detail.
Then the It is the Hank you. the In-
In which you are justified in placing your
funds with the satisfaction that every sacred-
safeguarded.
We have not mentioned our service. You will have to
he personally acquainted with this to appreciate it.
The NATIONAL BANK
GREENVILLE.
Resource
Capital
Pros. P, K. J. Forbes, I
The Average
at
NEW BRICK
Warehouse
Gentry Gorman
Proprietors
Has been slightly over
for the past few weeks
THE SUCCESS ACHIEVED THIS
WAREHOUSE IS DUE TO THE KNOWLEDGE
OF TOBACCO OF THE PEOPLE RUNNING
IT, AND THE EXCELLENT SALESMANSHIP
OF EVERY MAN CONNECTED WITH IT.
Let
Gentry Gorman
Sell your Next Load
They will Get the Highest
Market Price for it
Battle Haired Heavy
LONDON. Oct. Turkish
Hoops were the first to take the of-
in the desperate battle
ended In the fall of the town of
into the hands of the
troops and opened the way for their
further advance on the stronghold
of
Dr.
I- H O will at Hotel
Bertha Monday. to
treat diseases of the eye and lit
Notice
Plenty of
MONEY
I lend you any amount of
money you want over st
1-2 per cent, made
for years. No security will
be acceptable other than
proved farm lands In Pitt
Apply to
Don Gilliam, Atty.
la L.
cs
lib a
THE DAILY REFLECTOR
ii I i
The Greenville Banking and Trust Company
Resources Oct.
ii
i i
Oct.
To our Loyal friends and customers, as well as to our stockholders are we due
the splendid success as shown by the above figures
Will Start An Account at This Bank
UNCLE SAM AND THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA DEPOSIT WITH US
WE WANT R BUSINESS
Respectfully,
C. S.
CARR, Cashier.
Men ml
The Tribes of fourth district
will meet in regular district masting
N. C, Not, Tin,
is a thriving town on
the N. S. It. It. The will
in the day. Prominent Red Men
different Tribal will he present
mid a grand meeting is expected.
sickness has delayed this notice.
every Red Man urge his broth
I is and all his Tribe to no. Arrant;
mania are being made to make
grand Tribes will receive,
farther notice, make ready to go
have good
for further notice in these col-
Don't date, Nov. Till.
order of District
district C of R
ALLEN CLANSMEN
III DEATH CHAMBER
Odd Meet in
Winterville Items.
I A Mills VIRGINIA HI
DO REALIZE
LIFE ARK TO THEN
TAKEN AWAIT DEATH IN CHAIR
RICHMOND, Va . Oct. HI
Allen and Claude Allen, his sun.
been brought from Jail to
the stale
early this morning Miller electro-1
November for part
the murder of the court officers tit
last
They marched to
The Grand Lodge of North Carolina
O. K. will convene In Green-
on Thanksgiving in
in the hall of Lodge.
I The district convention of the second
will convene at p, of
I same day and place, All
In good are
I to in the Grand Lodge.
All members of covenant lodge
requested to attend the regular meet-
of the lodge tomorrow night, Bus-
of importune will come before
lodge.
B. II, EVANS, Noble
Secretary,
K. M. at K. T. T. cages, ate a hearty
The Sunday services or talked animatedly with
y, W. C a. of Teachers Training guards.
And
brothers lived down this
way
one was the was
Say.
School were conducted by K. Allen's wile, mother Of I If streets were dirty-, high,
M. pastor of the Methodist Claude this morning Issued a crowded. Say would
Mr. Hoyle made n forcible appeal for funds to aid her In an
what a hut Do
talk on responsibility according to fort to save the men from death.
opportunity, using the parable of She states that the family resources
tree as Scripture lesson. have been exhausted by the trial.
On Friday morning at assembly Floyd Allen was on crutches, the
Mr. a result of injury to his leg In the
oil talk to the students. shooting. Claude Allen
of these talks were greatly, dean cut features
enjoyed by the school.
with a tread and helped bis
enter the which bad
Canvass brought to convey them to the
The Democratic county candidates prison.
have been met by tiled Did you sleep on way to this
appointments and have Claude was asked
Why enjoyed chatting with
In some good work. Next
week will speak
Tuesday, Tuesday night.
Wednesday. X
Friday. Friday night
and will close the at I handsome a man as a day's travel
Black Jack Saturday. The people could disclose. He wore u neat milt
turn out to hear Hie Speak- black cloth with hear neatly comb
these gentleman, referring to the
two guards who went after
Claude Allen was to
his father's right Bide and was as
-rs at all these places.
ill
ed white collar and black
tie.
The men gave absolutely
to the guards the saying
I the Aliens had talked of many things
Would s
new.
t to work to make things
Say
And while Do worked.
does It wrong. I know I
Could do it So all I lie day
Was heard the clack of Brother Say.
Hut this one fact from none v as bid.
Say always talked. Do always did.
I. T. I I C I
Steam and Hot Water
Heating,
lid's
Electric Light
inn prepared to do your work
Reasonable price. me or call
hone No.
to he
Training School
Tho Mikado. Hi,, while coming to this city and were I
neat by Arthur will pleasant In every way. I
ha given sometime In the midwinter I The fact that the prisoners were I
hi of Teach coming was not known but many of I
en Training School. The parts who came from points between,
assigned and began US soon and this city gathered St the
as the school WU organized this carriage to gel a last look at the con-
men.
fall.
Tho is of
and fun. The
beautiful
and scenery will produce
charming spectacular effects.
Greenville. Sept.
Notice la hereby given to the pub-
that our lands lying along Tar
River have been posted according to
law and it la our intention to prose
PR County Fair CM
Aberdeen Angus bull
bred, buck
line ewes. G, T. Tyson.
M M did
and
Again
us have a ti
the statements mailed to you. Re-
. the will not lei
any one trespassing on any of
our lands with or without gun or dog
for any purpose whatever, without
permission.
L. H
TRIPP,
W. J. EVANS,
J. R
J. G.
R. H. ALLEN.
L. P. EVANS.
J D. SMITH.
E. T FORBES,
O I. JOYNER.
in U I in
us continue sending the paper to
those who do not pay. We do not
want to mark off name, but
must do so unless you let us hear
from you.
In Fares
There's often much truth In the say-
face is tor but Its
said where pimples, skin
blotches, or other blemishes dis
figure it Impure blood is back of
them all and chows the nerd Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They promote
and beauty. Try them.
at all druggists. adv
AMI
Any one a good
r Mule s my stables
mi Fifth street, near
market
Mr. M.
T. to Greenville Tuesday.
Harrington, Barber and Company
a large of rubber roof
for n period ten
s.
Miss Bather Johnson who baa been
spending a few days at re-
turned hone- Tuesday evening
Mercantile Company i-s
Inviting your attention to the
low prices good quality, see
before buying elsewhere.
Mrs. T Cox went to Vanceboro
Wednesday to attend the convocation.
Today and tomorrow and every day
ii. the Mason ran get any
way inn warn them h. W.
Misses Minnie Mae and
Pearl Hester nude a Hying trip to
Ills Wednesday.
There is no chances to be taken
at not getting your cotton ginned
when yen to Winterville with
It. The Pitt County Oil Company will
gin it hid day except Sunday.
Mr. W, Harper will have a nice
little cottage when the two new
rooms are completed.
It Is now n good time for you to
get you a stalk culler. Harrington.
Barber and Company sells the very
best and would he glad to figure with
you.
Mr. I, W, and Enoch
went to
day morning.
Cook stoves, and kettles at
A. W. Ange and
Misses Olivers Cox and Helen Smith
made n short trip to
day evening.
We have opened up a nice line
over gaiters, over shoes for men.
women and Children. The ground is
getting wet and you should keep your
I, et dry. Mercantile Company.
and is the new firm
the old stand of II. U Johnson.
We are glad lo have these business
men our town.
Bee H W. Pail for beef, fish and
o; barbecue and any-
thing ill the grocery line and be con
that you get best
goods for cash.
Mr C. went to Kinston
Friday evening
If its cotton seed you have to offer
take up With Pitt County Oil
Company. Tiny are all times in
the market and give highest
cash price or meal exchange.
If your bogs won't fatten as they
should, feed Dr. Hess powders to
t hem. A good stock on hand at A.
Ange and Company.
Mr T I. of near was
in lo Thursday lo sec his
ho are in school here.
FURNISHED WITH-
OUT A
Begin now to acquire
by starting to save. Have you
that our way is the sure
way. Its easy if you will only em-
brace the opportunity, money
when Invested in our shares.
We the public stock In our
2nd, 1912
HIM, LOAN
ASSOCIATION
or doses will break an
t Chills and Fever; it taken then
as a tonic the Fever will return
Price
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.
CARR ATKINS
Cook Stoves, Malleable and Cam-
Ranges, Wilson wood Heaters, Hot
Blast Coal
If it's in the Hardware
Hi all
Into New Stables I
Corner 2nd and Evans Street
Si SHORT
Transfer Man
and Express
Promptness
Phone No. Night or Day
Meets All Trains
88888888888888888
G. M. MOORING SON
rat-4 pt-Q I Buyers of cotton and
duce. We now occupy former
n m Co.
i. on in.
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORK.
For Slate or Tin, Tin Shop Repair
Work and Flues in Season, See
J. J. JENKINS Greenville,





Legal Notices.
KALE OP REAL ESTATE
IT
a decree of the Super-
Court. Pitt county, made by H.
W. Whedbee. Judge, in a civil
action pending in said court, at
term. 1912. entitled J. A. Stokes and
II umber vs. J. A. Gardner,
undersigned will, on
Monday, tin- day November.
1912. at o'clock, boob, ii being the
1st day of November Civil Term. 1912
of Pitt County Superior Court, expose
to public sale before the court house
door in Greenville, county, to the
highest bidder, for cash, the follow-
described tracts or parcels of land
to and being in Swift
Creek Pitt county. North
Carolina and described as follows to
at a stake on the Clay
Root road and running W 1-2
poles to a stake, thence S K
poles to a thence S W
polos to the road, thence up
with the Creek road to Gardner's
Cross contain in acres more
or
Also one trait land in said town-
ship, county and state, beginning at
Isaac Gardner's second corner and
runs S W to the Creek road, then
LAND SALE
By of a decree of Pitt super-
court made In special proceeding
NOTICE EXECUTION
North Carolina. Pitt county.
In the Court
Greenville j No 1777, entitled H. W. Forbes.
Company, vs. Forbes and others. Ex the
By virtue of an execution direct-1 undersigned commissioner will sell
ed to the undersigned from the at public auction for
court of Pitt county, in the on Monday, December 2nd. 1912,
above entitled action. I will on house door In Green-
ville the following described real es-
situate in the town of Green-
ville which formerly belonged to the
day, 11th day of November. 1912. at
o'clock noon, at the court house
door of said county, sell to the high-
est bidder for cash, to satisfy said j Forbes, to
execution, all the right, title and In-
which the said Manson M Ta-
the defendant, has in the follow-
described real estate,
one house and lot In what
is known as Perkins Town in West-
Greenville, being on
avenue and described as
Beginning at Roosevelt at the
corner of A. M. Moseley and run-
west feet; thence north,
the property of Higgs Bros.
and others feet to a corner of the
property of B J. Pulley; thence
feet to Roosevelt thence
along Roosevelt avenue feet to the
beginning.
This day of October. 1912.
S. I. Sheriff.
ltd
Interesting letter From a
WITH THE BOXERS, Is ready to post for a
clash between Jim Flynn and John
Reports from San have
it that Willie Ritchie Is about to side-1 ,
track ht manager. Billy Nolan. I . . v . ,. . . .
better form In New York than he did
Mexico, D. F. Oct. 1912,
Mr. D. J.
Greenville, North Carolina.
Dear Mr.
lot lying on the corner of j Knowing how hard it is to get facts
Lane and Clark street and through the Associated Press regard-
fronting on Lane feet the conditions of Mexico. beg
and on Clark street feel, upon which to give you the following which
property are several houses and be- ma publish.
Hie property conveyed John recent movement of Felix
J. Forbes by Amos Williams by deed Dial is a very serious one and
dated 11th, 1904, which deed canted a deal of excitement
pears of record in the office of the her, in the capital city. There arc
Register of Deeds of Pitt county In
Book B-S, page and is her.-by re-
Battling Nelson wants to meet
and Is willing to,
let name the terms.
Jack Redmond has been matched
to meet Kid of New Fork,
In a 10-round bout at Brooklyn.
It is said that a New Mexico pro-
in California, where he first branched
Bouquet's expedition
against the Ohio Indians start-
ed from Fort Pitt.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tho undersigned having this day
down said road to the old Plat Branch as administrator of the es-
then with the courses of R Little, before D. C.
o said ditch to Isaac Gardner's third Moore. Clerk of the Superior Court of
corner, thence North West polos notice is hereby
to the beginning, containing acres indebted to said es-
to make immediately to
the undersigned administrator and all
holding claims against said
more or loss.
Also one parcel of land in said
township, county and state, beginning
made as to the out
of move as well
for an accurate politically, but results
m us know.
I had the pleasure of a long con-
with one of the head
government officials this noon.
following is his view of the
He says that has In
to
lot known as the Lewis King
lot lying In that part of Greenville
known as Little Washington, bound-
ed by the lots of Jackson Williams.
Tucker and others and being
mutter.
tho lot conveyed to John J Forbes ,.,.,,,. Navy and giving
by Lewis King and wife dated Jan-
7th. 1907, by deed Which
M orders to the
ships. There are
majority of
in number
the
six.
pears or record In the office of Reg- charge of these ships and the
of Deeds of Pitt county in book Mexico however does
M-S. page reference to which mt possible that he can
deed is hereby made for an government unless he
the support of the other
lot known as the William L of country. This
Hanrahan fully described the state
a deed from W. Hanrahan to , remarks about his
J. J. Forbes dated Oct. 15th. 1885, , ,.,, ,. u it remains in
ditch, thence up with said ditch to
the beginning containing acres
more or less.
Also one other parcel of land In
said township, county and state, be-
ginning at the intersection of the
Gardner's Bridge Road and the Green-
ville Road and running Westward
with the Greenville road to the Laura
A. land, then South to M.
O. Gardner's line, then
with M. O. land to the;
Gardner's Road, then with the
Gardner's Bridge Road to the begin-
containing acres more or less
and being the land upon which the
Mill, store and residence of J. A.
Gardner are located.
Also one other tract of land in said
township, county and Stale adjoining
the Lazarus Dawson lands. W. II.
Clark. J. Dixon and J. J.
lands, containing acres more or
and being the same lands deed-
ed to the said J. A. by Sam-
Cory, reference to which deed is
hereby made for an accurate
Also one other tract of land in said
township, county and State bounded on
the South by Swift Creek, on Fast
by J. Dixon. on the North by J.
H. Collins and M. O. Gardner and on
the West by M. O. Gardner, contain-
acres more or less and known
as the Loftin lands.
Also one other tract of land in said
township, county and state, begin-
at the big ditch on the Greenville
road leading from Gardner's Cross
roads to bridge, thence
running S with said ditch to the old
This the 3rd day
G. H. LITTLE,
Administrator of the estate of Nannie
K. Little. ltd
Stray-Taken Up
have taken OP eight spoiled shoals
that have been going in my Held for
over a month. Weight, about or
pounds. Marked smooth crop and
slit in right ear and under bit in left.
Owner can get them by paying dam-
ages.
October ,
W. H. TRIPP
N.
R. F. D Box
ltd w
political situation in the north
Zapata with his bands south of us
and east the- government Is
bound to tall. My friend still re-
marked that he
lot known as the
lot and the same conveyed to J. J.
Forbes by B. S. Sheppard and wife
by deed dated Oct. which
deed appears of record the oilier
of the Register of Deeds of Pitt ,;,,,, t, states and believed
county in book A-5, page and is ,.,, would conic In the course of
hereby referred to for an de- expressed myself very
This lot also lien ill Little against intervention not for the
Washington and being 1-8 interest of Mexico but for the United I
Males and tried to to
lot lying In that part of viewpoint we took of
known as Little Washing- .,, n really believe that most of
ton known as the Hooker lot and business people here, Mexicans as
being the same lot by as foreigners, would at
car Hooker lo J. Forbes by deed day welcome
dated Dec. 19th, 1898. which deed ,, part anything that will re-
of record in the of the
Register of Deeds in book 0-6, page , am lo ,.,,,,.,
thing to the fall of the govern-
hut from now developments,
and changes every day from a
standpoint, it looks like days
the present government are
Fortunately the foreigner la
of the excitement this time and
NOTICE
Hating qualified as the
tor of the estate of W. H. Flake, de-
ceased, all persons owing said estate
will please settle the same at once
and all persons to whom the said cs-fa par, No , , ,,,., of
Is Indebted will present the same, on ,. of
within twelve months of he date of and ,,, mA perfectly at ease to see the
this notice or the same will be plead- on .,,, on Third
which Is referred to for
an accurate description This lot
fronts on Clark street feet and
runs hack IS 1-2
One lot in said town known a
ed In bar of their recovery.
Oct. 1912.
Administrator of W. H. Flake
W. F. Attorney.
ltd
NOTICE
A Farm for Sale, Notice sod
Description.
A good farm containing one
and fifty acres. Horse
Crop In Cultivation.
One 8-room dwelling house, good
barn and shelters, 4-room tenant
Flat Branch ditch to the division line and
One tobacco barn.
1-2
Said lots will be divided to suit
purchasers if requested before sale.
This Oct. 29th. 1912.
J. B. JAMES,
Commissioner.
between Isaac Gardner and Charles
Gardner to the Greenville road, con-
acres more or less.
Also one other tract of land in said
township, county and state and bound-
ed on the South by M. O. Gardner,
on the by J. A. Gardner and on
the North and on the West by J. A.
Gardner and M
For further information apply to
J. C ROBERTSON.
N. C.
Farm For Hale
acres acres in
Gardner Craven county. miles from Vance-
on road between and
acres more or
This is to be made under and by Bern. Land tine for r
authority of the Decree of the cotton and corn.
Charlotte to Entertain Eleven
Bishops When Episcopals
Meet
worst come. I
Anything unusual comes up from
time time I shall be pleased
inform you. With kindest regards j
for you and all my friends who ask
about me, I am,
Sincerely yours.
B. TRIPP.
Court above referred to.
This the 10th day of October. 1912.
F. C. HARDING.
Commissioner.
Will Be
SUMMONS
North Carolina. Pitt County.
In the Superior Court.
Peed vs. Robert Peed.
To Robert Peed, defendant in the
above entitled You will here-
by take notice that a civil action for
divorce has been Instituted In the
county of Pitt, by Peed, the
plaintiff, against Robert Peed, the
defendant, for divorce and the said
Robert Peed will hereby take notice
that he is required to appear at the
next term of the Superior court of
Pitt county which convenes at the
court house in Greenville. Pitt
on the 10th. Monday after the 1st
Monday of September, It being the
11th day of November. 1912. and an-
or demur to the complaint filed
in the above entitled cause and the
said Robert Peed will fur-
take notice that If he falls to
answer the complaint within tho
time require by law. the plaintiff will
to the court for the relief de-
in the complaint.
This the 7th day of October. 1912.
P C
Clerk Superior Court. Pitt Co.
ltd
cheap on easy terms.
H. H. PROCTOR.
Grimesland, N. C.
Going It Blind
The operator on The Re-
has verily had to go it blind
for a law days, and it is remarkable
that he was able to hand down enough
matter for Saturday's and yesterday's
paper. At the end of his yes-
he put the laugh on the force
with this squib of his
CHARLOTTE. Oct. is ex- don't know what I am doing, but
that the sixth Missionary am doing
of the Department of The little blaze that got in our
of the Protestant church, early Saturday morning.
which is to be held In Charlotte burned every button off the keyboard
tuber to will be one of the left nothing there to indicate the
most largely attended of letters. imagine yourself using a
this body yet held. It Is known typewriter with all buttons gone
ready to the committee in charge of on the keyboard and nothing but the
entertainment that eleven of of the keys left, and you will
the church will be present and an idea of what our operator had
later, laymen and women numbering to do. A telegram to the factory
and it Is expected that quite a a new set of keys by Mon-
Fair Meeting Friday
member of the board
governors, township committees and
the ladies connected with the
man's of the Pitt county
fair, should be at the meeting to be
held In the court house Friday morn-
at o'clock.
limber will be present who day afternoon
I yet notified the committee of their
The delegates be hos-
entertained by the members
A HAPPY
HOME
Is one where health abounds.
With Impure blood there can-
not be good health.
disordered there
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revivify the torpid LIVER and restore
ft natural
A healthy means pare
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of four churches
Charlotte, assisted by members
other denominations.
in
of
May Prove Fatal
KINSTON. Oct. Harri-
eon. a farmer of Hookerton, Greene
county, lies at the point of death in
the home of Lee Hill, on
street, in this city, as the result
alarm a accident which occur-
were ed on Heights, to the north
of Kinston. Harrison, a well do
Alarm Night
The blowing of the tire
whistle Just as the churches
starting. Sunday night, put an end
to the services for the time being. and know of the Green
The alarm was caused b something bringing a load of
or about the tobacco to the market here, and
on Fifth street, but when reach-
ed there they found nothing hut a
dark house with some innocent look-
when the team dashed off down the
Inclined road and a wheel ran Into
r hole He was thrown from the top
denizens of the joint slipping out the wagon, The
v and load of 1.650 pounds t
tobacco rolled over his body,
log Internal injuries from it
is for him to
door. There were various rumors
as to but lack of
evidence they are passed
on.
I Setter puppy about old I WILL HATE FOR SILK AT
Answers to name of white Pin County Fair grade
and linen colored spots. A liberal Aberdeen Angus ball and
will be paid for her thoroughbred So buck and
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Wilson, Craig, Simmons; Favorites
Democracy
Will Reign
March 4th
GIVES
WILSON SOLID VOTE
No Surprises in National, State,
or County Returns. Small's
Majority in First District Will
Exceed
New York--Shortly before mid-
night, Col. Roosevelt the fol-
lowing telegram to Gov.
American people, by a
great have conferred
yon the highest honor in their
gift I congratulate you
Theodore Roosevelt.
Associate Press 1648
out of in New York state out-
side New York city, Taft
Wilson Roosevelt
Associate Press says returns from
districts New York state out-
side New York, give Taft
Wilson Roosevelt
Va , by
New York Sun says Wilson carries
Va., by majority.
NEW
Brooklyn, districts out of
Wilson Taft Roosevelt
Burroughs Queen. districts out
of Wilson 1732; Taft
Manhattan and Bronx dis-
out of Wilson Taft
Roosevelt Queen. dis-
out of Wilson Taft
Roosevelt 1376.
City N. Y., Wilson Taft 20-
Roosevelt
New York City, districts out
of 1730 in city N. Y., Wilson
Taft Roosevelt
Associate Press Bays returns from
election districts out of in
N. Y, stale outside N. Y. city, Taft
Wilson Roosevelt 33-
Same districts 1908 Taft
Bryan
City N. Y. Wilson Taft 35-
Roosevelt
New York World says
are Wilson carries N, Y. state by
plurality. City of N. Y. 13-
1730 districts. Wilson
Taft Roosevelt
City of New York, for
districts out 1730,
Hedges Strauss
York 41st district.
Charles B. Smith, Democrat, elected.
Returns from districts N. Y. slate,
outside N. Y. city,
son Roosevelt
N. Y. governor, districts out
of 1730, Hedges
Strauss
Returns from New York state out-
side New York city. Taft
Wilson
Six precinct in Durham county
Rives Wilson 1500; Roosevelt
Taft
NEW JERSEY
Newark, N. J., report all parts
slate indicate more votes polled
than ever before at four P. M.
Democrats claim Wilson not only
carried slate, but has the majority
vote polled.
MAINE
Portland. Me. districts out of
gives Roosevelt Taft
Wilson
Portland. Me., president
from out of precincts piles
Roosevelt Taft
son
VERMONT
out of cities and towns in
Roosevelt Taft 15-
Wilson
Conn. towns and cities
of incomplete, Wilson Taft
Roosevelt
Concord. N. H., Taft carried the
first New Hampshire town, reports.
Pitt County's Vole for United States Senator
MASSACHUSETTS
Returns for president from out
of voting precincts in Mass., give
Roosevelt 1479, Taft Wilson
1474. Te same precincts in 1908 gave
Bryan Taft
Returns for governor, out of
precincts In Mass., give Bird, Pro-
Fobs, Democrat,
Walker, Republican, 1672. Same
In 1911 gave Foss 1262; Forth-
Republican East
Greenwich, first town beard from in
gave Roosevelt
Taft Wilson This town In
1908 gave Taft Bryan
Associate Press says D. A.
coll, Democrat, elected congress.
districts out Mass., Including all
but live district in city of Boston
give Roosevelt Taft
Wilson districts Maine
cities and towns comprising out
of precincts, give Roosevelt
Taft Wilson
Returns from out of
In Mass. Roosevelt
Taft Wilson
Boston, Wilson strength oBs-
ton today exceeded that of Roosevelt
and Taft. The latter are
divided.
Beaver Dam
.
Bethel
Carolina.
. .
No. .
No. .
Falkland .
Farmville .
Greenville .
.
Swift Creek .
Totals, . 1278
Roosevelt Debs
Atlanta, towns and
give Wilson Taft
Debs
Atlanta, counties complete
give Wilson Taft
Debs
ILLINOIS
Chicago. precincts out of 1364
Chicago give Taft Wilson
1805; Roosevelt and Press says
returns for governor from dis-
out of In N. Y. city,
Strauss
Same districts 1910 gave
son
J Chicago. returns Indicate
the race between Roosevelt and
Wilson In Chicago is extremely close
with Roosevelt leading by a narrow
margin. Taft will run third in the
city.
Chicago. precincts in Chicago,
Roosevelt Wilson
Debs
Chicago, precincts out of 1364.
Roosevelt Wilson Taft
Debs
Louisville, Ky., precincts out of
city and county give Wilson ma-
while in precincts
showed plurality of Taft
hardly showed.
Louisville, Ky out of
city and county give Wilson ma-
over while in
Roosevelt showed plurality of
Taft hardly showed.
City of Louisville, Ky. out of
precincts In Louisville, give
son Roosevelt Taft
City out of
Wilson Roosevelt
Taft,
Kentucky, precincts out of
give Wilson Taft
Henry county, Ky., complete.
son Taft Roosevelt
Bourbon county, Ky., complete.
give Wilson Taft 1759;
Kentucky, counties complete,
Wilson Taft Roosevelt
Union, Ky., out of precincts,
give Wilson Taft
Bullet, Ky., out of precincts,
Wilson 1275; Taft Roosevelt
Congress same county, Demo-
1293; Republican
Meade county Ky., out of
give Wilson Taft
Roosevelt
Fayette county, Ky. out of
precincts give Wilson Taft
Roosevelt
Richmond, Va., Incomplete returns
from city Portsmouth and Norfolk and
county, Wilson
Taft Debs
City of Danville. precincts out
city and county give Wilson
I majority over Roosevelt while
precincts Roosevelt showed
of Taft hardly showed any.
Richmond, Va., Patrick county, in-
complete, Wilson Taft
Sanders, Democrat, Con-
Harris. Republican,
Shelton, Socialist, This county
give Taft a majority of in 1908.
Richmond, Va., of precincts,
gives Slemp making his major-
In the county estimated a
gain
PENNSYLVANIA
Philadelphia. districts out of
in Pennsylvania, give Taft 11-
Wilson Roosevelt
Kitchin Falls Down in 2nd
And Fifth Districts
OFFICIAL RETURNS FROM I III I.
TY-THREE HIVES SIM-
MONS A MAJORITY OF
KITCHIN AND CLARK. KITCHIN
CARRIES DISTRICT BY
AND THE 2nd DISTRICT BY
Atlanta, Complete from
towns in state. Wilson
Taft Roosevelt Debs
Atlanta, Ga., towns and counties In
Georgia, give Wilson 1612; Taft
Roosevelt
Atlanta. Ga. Total county,
1678; Taft
Debs
Atlanta, Ga., Constitution claims
the state for Wilson, largest ma-
ever polled for a
Atlanta, complete returns from
counties give Wilson Taft
MICHIGAN
Detroit, out of precincts.
Taft Wilson Roosevelt
Detroit. towns Mich. Taft 1433;
Wilson 1901; Roosevelt
Michigan, precincts outside of
Detroit Taft
FLORIDA
Jacksonville. Fla., returns from
county show that every can
on Democratic ticket win
SIMMONS
I'll Kill
Sampson
Wayne
Craven
Onslow
Buncombe .
1600
Robeson 1400
Carteret
Cumberland
Beaufort
New Hanover
Total
ALABAMA
Ala,. Wilson
Roosevelt Fourteen
county, Ala,
son Roosevelt
Hawthorne Trial Postponed
NEW YORK, Nov. trial of
Julian Hawthorne, son of the famous
novelist, and former
major of Boston, which was on the
docket for today in the Dotted States
District Court In tills city, has been
postponed until later In the month.
Hawthorne and with several
associates, are of making
fraudulent use of the malls in dis-
posing of stock in the Hawthorne
interests In Canada. Scores of
alleged victims from all parts of the
country are expected to testify at the
trial.
Charley the Harvard star,
a natural and by con-
practice has developed a won-
accuracy.


Title
Eastern reflector, 1 November 1912
Description
The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
November 01, 1912
Original Format
newspapers
Extent
Local Identifier
MICROFILM REELS GVER-9-11
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
Joyner NC Microforms
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