Eastern reflector, 18 July 1913






A Party
July young
people of were Invited
meet Miss Jeanette Cos and guest
Miss Mamie Pollard, of Farm-
ville. In the
July
At the the ho
greeted group of merry guests In
the town park pacing
of and enjoyment.
Large Japanese lanterns portrayed
pillowed settees, chairs, hammock,
and twinge among patriotic
of crepe paper and miniature j
flags.
Each gentleman soon found his
partner for the evening by means of
bisected names of Then a
interesting romance, with blanks
left to be filled In with the names
of some member of the
was completed and handed in
Mr. Hardy Johnson and Miss Kale
Chapman were the successful con-
winning a beautiful gold ink
which was then presented to
the guest of honor. Mr. Ashley Spier
and Miss Rosa Causey won the
an Instantaneous match.
After this each guest was asked
to draw around a large
pie and pull for a plum.
crash sounds that burst forth
the BU
I,, , minutes with mirth.
Then delightful refreshments of
banana split were served, after which
the deported declaring Miss
a most charming
Invitations to the marriage of Miss
Whichard. of this city,
and Mr. Grover Cleveland Andrews,
of Weldon, have been received In this
a, will take
on the morning of July and will
be one of the chief social events of
the month. Friends of tho young
couple will be Interested in the an-
which appears
Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Whichard
request tho honor of your
at the marriage of their daughter
to
Mr. Grover Cleveland Andrews
on the morning of Wednesday
the twenty-third of July
nineteen hundred and thirteen
at quarter after seven o'clock
At Home
Greenville. North Carolina
At Home
after the tenth of August
Weldon. North Carolina
LOCAL
MAKES STATEMENT
Dodson's Liver Tone Is the Best
Remedy Constipation and Shirk-
Liver he has Ever Sold
A FACT
ABOUT THE
What Is known as the
is seldom by actual exist-
external conditions, In the
great majority by a dis-
ordered LIVER.
THIS- IS A FACT
Which ha
by a course of
Camp
fifth annual Holiness camp
meeting will open at
camp ground near on
next Wednesday. July The meet-
will continue for ten days. Ev-
cordially Invited to attend
A. H. BUTLER.
President Camp Meet In e
Tor Weakness and Less of
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
A .
Every person who has tried Dad-
ion's Liver Tone and knows how sure-
and gently it the liver to
working and relieves biliousness will
bear out the drug store In
statement about Dodson's Live.-
lone.
It is purely vegetable liquid, that
entirely takes the place of
harmless and pleasant to the taste,
that has proven itself the most
factory remedy for a slow-working
liver that most of our customers have
ever tried. A large bottle Mils for
fifty cents and we do not hesitate to
give the money back to any person
who tries a bottle on the strength of
this statement and is not satisfied
In these days of doubtful
es and dangerous drugs, a statement
like the above la a pleasant assurance
that Dodson's Liver Tone Is a reliable
remedy for both children and grown-
ups In buying a bottle for
ate or future use It is well to make
sure you are getting the genuine
son's Liver Tone and not some
Imitation that has copied our
claims, but do not stand back of their
guarantee. You may be certain of get-
ting the genuine if you go to
for it.
PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS
North Carolina, Pitt County.
In the Superior court, August term,
1913.
Delia Nobles vs Richard Nobles.
Tho defendant. Richard Nobles. In
the above entitled cause, will take
notice that an action entitled as above,
has been Instituted In the superior
court of county by Delia No-
as plaintiff vs Richard Nobles
as defendant, for the purpose of dis-
solving the bonds of matrimony ex-
between the plaintiff and the
defendant and the said Richard No-
will further take notice that he
la required to appear before the Judge
of the Superior court at a court to
be held for the county of Pitt, at the
court house In Greenville, Pitt
on the 2nd Monday before the
1st Monday of September, It being the
day of August. 1913, and answer
the complaint in this cause which has
this been deposited and filed In
the office of the clerk of the superior
court of said county, within the first
three days of said term; and let the
said defendant take notice that if he
fall to answer the complaint within
the time required by law, the plain-
tiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
This the day of July. 1913.
D. C. MOORE,
Clerk Superior Court, Pitt County
ltd Sew
flu-y emit the LIVER
bring hope a the
mind. They health and Me
to the t
NO SUBSTITUTE
Sign your name on the register so
you can vote for good roads on July
We have Just a fresh ran-
ply of the celebrated Black Eagle Sun
Cured Tobacco. J. R. J. G.
g, Fiery,
Raw Eczema
Relieved la a Few Seconds
Yea, an Itching, burning, raw,
skin relieved the moment
touches it. is a clean, sooth-
healing wash, composed of Thy-
Witch Hazel.
Acid and other medicinal heal-
properties. relieves and
cures every form of skin and scalp
eruption and If you are not entirely
satisfied with results from the very
first cent bottle, druggists will re-
fund your money. Large size bottle
fl. Endorsed and sold In
by i Pharmacy.
Is prepared by E. W. Rose
Medicine Co., St. Louis. Mo., and
their guarantee is as good as gold.
Surprising Cure Stomach Trouble
When you have trouble with your
stomach or chronic constipation, don't
imagine that our case is beyond
just because your doctor falls to give
you relief. Mrs. G. Plain-
Held, N. J-. writes over a month
past I have been troubled with my
stomach. Everything I ate
terribly. One of Chamberlain's ad-
books came to me. After
reading a few of the letters from
who had been cured by Chamber-
Tablets I decided to try them.
I have taken nearly three-fourths of
a package of them and can now eat
almost everything that I For
sale by all druggists.
Good judges of tobacco say Black
Eagle Sun Cured Is the best. Let me
supply you. D. W.
A LEADING BOARDING SCHOOL
for
ISM.
and
Sack par-
la W. 0.1 far
ate.,
W. T. PH. D.
NORTH CAROLINA
The next time you want tobacco
come to my store and get Black
Eagle Sun Cured. It's a good one.
D. W.
The Best Medicine in the World
little girl had dysentery very
bad. I thought she would die.
Colic, Cholera and
cured her. and I can truthful-
say that I think It Is the best med-
In tho Mrs.
Clare, Mich. For sale by
all druggists.
NOTICE Of SALE
Slate of North Carolina, county of
III the Superior Court, before D. C.
Moore. Clerk.
N. B. Dawson. of F. J.
son. Deed., vs E. L. Dawson, Henry
Harper and wife Dora Harper, N.
II. Dawson. Jr. and wife Ada
son, heirs at law.
By virtue of an order made in
above entitled cause by Hon. D. C.
Moore, clerk of Hie superior court of
Pitt county, dated July 3rd. the
undersigned commissioner will on
Monday, the 4th day of August. 1913.
at offer for sale at public
before the court house door In
Greenville. N. C. to the highest bid-
for cash, the following
ed property In the county of
undivided one-fourth interest,
after the life estate of Mr. and Mrs.
F. B. Staton and N. B. Dawson, In
and to all real and personal prop-
conveyed to N. B. Dawson for
life and thereafter to F. J. Dawson.
Dora Dawson. Ernest L. Dawson and
Dawson In equal Dawson, by
B. Staton and wife Augusta J. Sta-
ton, by deed dated the first day of
i March, 1901, and duly recorded in
book D-7. page Pitt county reg-
to which reference is hereby
made for a more particular
of the property therein convey-
ed the tract therein containing
acres, more or less, and fully
In said
This July 1913.
DONNELL GILLIAM.
ltd Commissioner.
DROPS
THE
REMEDY
For all forms of
RHEUMATISM
Lumbago, Sciatica, Neural-
Kidney Troubles, and
Asthma
STOP THE PAIN
Gives Quick
It Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in.
writing of her experience with the woman s
tonic. She says began to use
my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained pounds, and now, do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's Tonic
a triaL I still use when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman-
trouble. Signs that you need the woman s
tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today
QUININE AND IRON-THE MOST
EFFECTUAL GENERAL
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Combines both
in Tasteless form. The Quinine drives
out and the Iron builds up
the System. For
It stops aches and pains.
swollen Joints
like Destroys
the excess acid and
safe and sure In Its HO
other remedy like it. Sample
free on
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS
One Dollar per bottle, or sent
paid upon of price If not
obtainable In your
SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURE CO.
Lake
Map
You know what vim are taking when
yon take TASTELESS chill
TONIC, f-r I years
out the South as the Malaria
Chill Fever Remedy
Strengthening Tonic. II is us
the strongest bitter tonic, but you
taste the hitter because the
do not dissolve In the mouth but do
solve readily in the Is of
Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean
it.
RELIEVES PAIN AND HEALS
AT THE SAME TIME
The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter's
Healing Oil. An Antiseptic
Surgical Dressing discovered by an
Old R. R. Surgeon. Prevents Blood
Poisoning.
Thousands of families know it already,
and a trial will convince you that DR.
ANTISEPTIC HEALING
Oil, is the most wonderful remedy ever
discovered for Wounds, Burns, Sores,
Ulcers, Carbuncles, Granulated Eye Lids.
Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases and
all wounds and external diseases whether
slight or Con people are
finding new uses for this famous old
remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist
We mean it.
There is
Look for signature of K. GROVE on
That is LAXATIVE QUININE
box. Cures a Cold in One Day.
Black Eagle, the best plug of
Sim Cured tobacco, I have It D. W.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
to LAXATIVE Quinine.
and Headache and off the Cold,
refund if it fails to cure.
W. ire on each boa.
n. t.
Life. and
on Fourth strait rear
NOTICE OF SALE OF ESTATE
By virtue of a power of con-
in a certain mortgage deed ex-
by W. W. Perkins to E. A.
Jr., on the 2nd day of January, 1909,
and recorded in the registers office
in Pitt county in book D-9, page
the undersigned will, on MONDAY,
the day of August, 1913. at
noon, expose to public sale,
before the court house door in Green-
ville, to the highest bidder for cash
the following described parcel of
land,
in the town of
on the west side of the A. C. L. rail-
road, beginning at the Intersection
of and Railroad streets and
runs north 31-20 west feet to a
stake, the corner of lots Nos. and
on street, thence a
direction about feet to a point
In the line of the Standard Oil Com-
feet from Railroad street,
thence south west with Railroad
street feet and Inch to the be-
ginning, being lots Nos. and part
of lot No. In the plot made for
and in April.
This sale is made for the purpose
GENTLE LAX
SKIN SORES
KM, MB.
WHIST
WORM. aW b
SALVE
ear Ban at
QUICKLY HEALED
a. .
One of the few colleges for women In the South that confers an A.
B. degree representing four years of genuine college work according
to the standard of the Association of Colleges of the Southern States.
Diplomas awarded to who complete the course In the Schools of
Art and Music. Library facilities excellent. Systematic training in
physical education under director and assistants. Courts for tennis
and basket-ball. Board and room In Main Building, heat,
light, literary tuition, fees for physician and nurse, and all minor fees
220.00; In the East Building and Cottages, from to less
Students not offering the necessary units for entrance may prepare In
Meredith Academy, which la rated In Class A of the accredited schools
of the State University. For catalog, Quarterly or fuller In-
formation, address R. T. President, N. C.
Let us sell you a plug, a pound or
a box of Black Eagle Sun Cured to-
and make you happy. J. R.
J. G.
J. E. MARSH
Veterinarian
Located at R. L. Smith's Sales Stables
PHONE
of complying with the terms of said
mortgage deed.
This the 1st day of July. 1913.
VIRGINIA H. PERKINS,
Assignee of Mortgage,
HARDING and PIECE, Attorneys.
ltd
WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL
First Class College School For And
Strong and experienced This school furnished the
leader of the freshman class last year at Davidson College and
at the University. Boarders under I he Immediate supervision of
the Principal. GRAHAM.
NOTICE TO
Having this day been appointed by
the clerk of the superior court of Pitt
county as administrator of the es-
of Richard Carr, deceased, and
duly qualified as such, notice
is hereby given to all persons hold-
claims against said estate to
sent them to me for payment, duly
authenticated, on or before the 8th
day of July, 1914, or this notice will
be plead In bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
are urged to make Immediate pay-
to me and thus save costs and
expense.
This the 7th day of July, 1913.
J. L. HOBGOOD,
Administrator of Richard Carr.
JARVIS and BLOW, Attorneys.
ltd
Piles Cured in to Days
Your will refund money if
OINTMENT to cure any of Itching,
Blind. Protruding
The application and
THE STAR
IS THE BEST LIGHTED WAREHOUSE EVER BUILT
For The Sale of Leaf Tobacco
Keep Your Eye on the STAR this Year and see if it does not
sell it HIGHER
O. L. JOYNER
B. B; SUGG
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
RINDS 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.
A-w
Is the Host the Most Healthful, the Employment Mn. George
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE HUN-
AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE IN THE EASTERN
PART OF NORTH CARO-
LINA AND INVITE THOSE
WHO WISH TO GET BET-
ACQUAINTED WITH
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
BUSINESS WAY TO TAKE
FEW INCHES SPACE AND
TELL THEM WHAT YOU
HA TO BRING TO THEIR
ATTENTION.
OUR ADVERTISING
RATES ARE LOW AND CAN
BE HAD UPON
VOLUME
s. c, FRIDAY IF Mil
den Retains The Free
Will Baptist Seminary
Executive Committee Made Decision Goldsboro Party
yesterday Afternoon Over Roads of Several
BIDS OF TOWNS
A SPECIALIST
Our That School Re-
mains At If It Could Nut
Come Here. Hurl i Mount
Was Eliminated
After a long fight and a hard
between the various towns bidding
for the trustees of tho
Free Will Baptist Seminary
day at Ayden decided that the school
should remain at its present location.
To most who were in close
touch with the situation and with
what the people of Ayden were do-
In, the decision came as no surprise.
As a matter of fact, the greater part;
of the people of Greenville were very
much In favor of Ayden keeping
school If It could not come here, and
since it did not move, the decision of;
the judges was very satisfactory to
those citizens who worked so hard for
getting the location of the school for
Greenville.
A delegation of ten of the leading
business men of Greenville journeyed
to Ayden yesterday morning in
for the purpose of being
present for the meeting and present-
the claim of this town. This com-
was composed of Messrs. B.
W. Moseley, chairman; Professor It.
h. Wright, F. C. Harding, C. T. Mun-
ford, E. B. Higgs, C. Laughing-
house, Mayor J. B. James, R. L. Lit-
D. J. Whichard, and B. K.
Ayden s Bid
All of the trustee's were either
present In person or by proxy. It
was decided that each delegation
should have thirty minutes in
to present its bids. Ayden came In
first on the program. A bunch of
the school girls, carrying a ban-
with the inscription a
Little Town Big With
entered the hall, and gave the school
yell. The delegates drew for the or-
in which they should come, and
It fell to Ayden first. J. R. Turnage
and R. W. Smith presented the offer
of this town, which was
cash. This was given on condition
that the school will spend twice
amount In improvements and new
buildings.
Hid
drew second place, and
Attorney F. C. Harding and Mayor J
B. James presented nor claim. Tho
offer made by Greenville was
In cash, a choice of two free sites,
ind free electric lights and water for
ten years. In addition to this, two
other sites were offered that could
be bought by tho school, and in case
one of was selected tho town
was to add additional to tho
cash offer. Besides all these. Green-
real estate men agreed to
off the hands of the school the plot
of ground now owned by them In
Ayden and to pay them for It.
Offer
Next In order came whose
claim was presented by Mayor
Sutton, Paul and Editor
T. Edwards of the Free Press.
offered In cash with a
tree site, and free electric lights for
three years. The Free Will
church to give an additional
If the school was locate
.,, .- -.-.
.
Just as the delegation was
closing, a delegation of four from
Mount arrived on the scene
News and
Fifteen Goldsboro and Wayne
citizens, among them the road
trustees, who will direct the
of that that their township
voted for roads recently, came here
last night from where good
roads are not common.
From Wayne the party set out Mon-
day morning, went through Hoke
and from there to Moore
county where Henry A. Page pi
over the Moor, county
the sand-clay roads of his county.
Aberdeen statesman did missionary
work while he had such a prominent
citizenry with him, talked the sand-
clay salvage and Its long-time
ties. He made converts. Mr.
always does.
The party went well over tho roads
of that county, said to be tho
the best. Mr. Page believes In
them. They outwear the macadam,
he is quoted as saying, and he has
given both a try-out. The party also
met Leonard Tufts, a northerner
es good roads.
They came In last night, stopped
at the Yarborough and this
will take their machines out again
There four automobiles In th-
party. They will Invade Franklin
Nash, doing Wake on the
expect to return to Goldsboro tonight.
The Wayne men are on this
lour hoping to find the
material in which to invest their
The road trustees are
among the most substantial
nun In Eastern North Carolina. Those
who direct tho spending of the
are, J. M. Grantham, John Bardin,
C. A. Norwood, G. C. Royall and
Charles Dewey.
issue Is of recent date
Tb township went
into tho extension of roads. With the
money the trustees expect to remake
Goldsboro.
Everywhere on the road between
Wayne and Moore, were evidences of
great thrift. Mfr. Royall said lo
night that he has never
Improvement in n section than
county. roads have done
he said, and ho believes
do it anywhere.
The party stopping here last
was composed of these
Judge W. R. Allen, Nathan O Berry.
F. K. Borden, E. B. Borden, Jr., Ed-
win J. W. Grantham, John
Bardin. G. A. Norwood, B. H.
J. H. Norwood. O. C. Royall.
Charles Dewey. R. G. Thompson, J.
a. Dewey, E. B. Dewey.
Government Expert Will Investigate
Health Conditions
Mr. Haskett Move
for Setter Laws
Greenville
Issuing of Bonds Is a
System of Financiering
TC-
They brought with them no concrete
bid for the permanent location of the
school, but merely wanted to see what
the school wanted. No bid was
here, and the trustees would not
low them to bring In a bid after hear-
the others that had already been
closed and consequently Mount
was eliminated from the race.
The meeting at which the decision
of the trustees was made was held In
the afternoon. At that time the
offered by all of the towns bid-
ding were considered, and the s
made the to the best of their
ability. people,, of. Greenville
failing of the
of tho school, are glad that, sine
they could not get t, the location re-
mains at Ayden.
John. II. Small Has
Secured Services Of Expert To
Investigate
And Malaria
An expert to study the malaria and
mosquito problem in the eastern part
of will visit this town in
a few days, according to a statement
given out by Congressman John H.
Small during a recent visit to Wash-
An account of the visit of tho
specialist, and something of the work
that ho will do Is given below as
en from the Washington Daily
yesterday.
Congressman John H. Small,
has been here for the past few days
gave out information this morning,
which will ho of vital Importance to
tho residents of Eastern North Caro-
Mr. Small has arranged with
the Public Bureau of Health to send
an expert here to study the malaria,
and mosquito problems in this dis-
Dr. Carter, who is recognized a-s
one of the most noted In
States on sanitation and pub-
health, will Washington
some time In August. Dr. Carter hid
charge of the sanitation in Panama
and his work in ridding the lean
Zone of mosquitoes was of Immense
Importance value.
While he is here, he will
ate with the county health
and the city health officers.
He will not only study malarial con-
and their but will do
liver at least one lecture
to the citizens, showing how mos-
propagate malarial
Tho only condition that Dr. Car-
imposes on the different towns
he will visit Is that the cities, through
their mayors and boards of aldermen
request him to visit their
towns. Dr. Carter will only go tr
where his services
asked fer.
The malaria problem Is a most
question for every town In East-
North Carolina, not only on
f, hut from
economic standpoint. is no
doubt but that Dr. Carter's services
will be In demand.
Tho doctor will also visit Eliza-
beth City, Edenton, Ply-
mouth and Greenville.
Congressman Small returned t-
Washington D this afternoon.
In
BRUNSWICK, Ga. July
for an organized movement to urge
the admittance of Confederate
to Federal homes and
tho payment of pensions from tho
Federal instead of the state
to the dwindling number of those
who fought for tho
were discussed here today tho an-
reunion of the Georgia division
of the United Confederate Veterans.
Tho opening session this morning Was
devoted to the exchange of greet-
This the veterans
listened to address by Governor
reunion will conclude
tomorrow.
To the The article in yes-
paper by Dr. Zeno Brown
was very timely and should be care-
fully considered, and should be re-
yea. It should be put
circular form and distributed over
this county.
Three years ago the writer of this
was running a I all dairy. He had
the state veterinarian Dr.
to test his cows. The doctor express-
ed surprise that a town of this size-
should have no dairy laws. Later tho
cows were tested by Dr. Wood. He
said there was only one other person
in the county that had his cattle test-
ed, G. T. Tyson.
The good roads are attracting our
attention, but let us put our thoughts
on more important, more
the health of our children.
I request again that you
tho doctor's letter.
Yours for health,
D. HASKETT.
Greenville, July 1913.
State and National do
It Very
FOR HEEDED IMPROVEMENTS
Announcement is made that a leave
of absence for year has been
granted to Professor L. R. Meadows,
head of the department English at
the Training Mr. Meadows Is
to leave the city at an early date for, of dollars
a prolonged trip of vacation after does it whenever a permanent
Other Rich Hy
Roads And n-
Township Could Io
The
The Greenville Good
Roads
To some people the simple word
bond is a great bug-bear shout-
ed into their tars by the demagogue,
but we cannot help believing that
most of the people of Pitt county are
too intelligent to mislead by any
such opponents of progress when they
once understand the true fact in the
case.
Issuing bonds is nothing but a sys-
of financiering that is
when any great undertaking is
to be successfully accomplished. The
United States Government has issued
bonds from its very birth as a nation
and is still at it today. The state of
North Carolina has Issued millions
of bonds and continually
would probably be some excuse for
advising the people to go slow, bat
in view of the fact that Mecklenburg,
Guilford, Wake and over
filly of the counties of the state
grown rich by Issuing bonds
holding roads, and that at least
other counties, including Wake for
a million dollars, are to vote on
issues this year, we think we should
profit by the experience of others
fall in line for progress and develop-
VOTE FOR BONDS, GOOD ROADS.
AND PROSPERITY ON JULY 29th.
OF LIBERALS
which he will proceed to some higher is to be made. Greenville
Institution of learning where he will township has of
take advanced work.
During the absence of Mr. Mead-
the chair of English will be tilled
by Professor Harold Whitehurst. Mr.
Is a young man well fit-
for the position to he has
been called. He is a graduate of th-;
University of North Carolina, speaks
languages, and has taken con-
work In Columbia
He taught In Beaufort.
New In other school
this state. Ml will take
charge of department upon the
opening of the regular fall term.
GAMBLING AT GAMES
Some effective steps should be
en to put an end to the wholesale
gambling that goes on at the base-
I ball park on afternoons that
are played there. Personally
I we were not present at the game yes-
afternoon, but our attention
I has been called to the fact that
men. visitors for the most part
are told, were busily engaged in
j passing money and arranging bets
n. the game during the course of Its
progress.
People who go out to see a good
property and desires to borrow
to build permanent hard roads
for the benefit and enjoyment of Its
citizens; why should any one and es-
the farmers kick when
of this property is within the
Incorporation limits of the town of
Greenville where none of the
is to he spent.
By Issuing bonds we are merely
borrowing money to build a greatly
reeded improvement, to pass-
able roads, and any farmer who wish-
es to buy a of land resorts to
the same method, only he borrowing
almost to the full value of his land,
while the township borrows only one
dollar on every sixty-live thousand
one hundred and sixty-six
worth of property. It Is practically
the same proposition as a man buy-
a farm worth for which he
Prominent Minister and Distinguish-
ed Liberal Religious Work-
Gather
PARIS, July
Congress of Free Christianity and
Religious Progress, attended by
prominent ministers and distinguish-
ed liberal religious workers from all
over the world, opened sixth
session in Paris today, and
for a week hold a series of meet-
in the Louvre, the
Foyer de and other places of
assembly. The meeting is the first
that the congress has held In France.
Its previous sessions having been In
London, Amsterdam, Geneva, Boston,
Cambridge and Berlin.
Numbered among the speakers who
are to take part in the present meet-
men of distinction India,
Japan, Germany, England, Denmark,
Canada, the United States and other
countries, while such well known
men as Sir Henry James, Dr. David
Starr Jordan, Pastor Charles Wag-
Professor Rudolf Henri
and Rabbi Stephen S. Wise
will also contribute to the program.
AYDEN ITEMS
AYDEN, N. C, July R.
Smith is at today to as-
In rebuilding the oil mill.
Miss Lil Chapman, of
spent last week With Miss May
Cannon.
Mrs. H. S. e who died in
Wilson was buried lure last Thurs-
v have to pay rent pert day.
year, and instead of going on renting
the land and paying out tho
for rent each year he uses this
in pay off a part of the principal and
the interest year year until he has
Mrs. Joe Pi remedy which Is
so well advertised as I blOOd med-
is sold in by J. R. Smith
and Bro.
Rev. W. I.
his land paid for. The fifteen Cants filled the pulpit at the Baptist church
that you have for tho post eight years Sunday.
clean exhibition of the sport, been paying as a rent for the roads
shocked to notice such things go on
In the grandstand. The practice Is
n nuisance, and all honest people
demand that a stop be put to It. W
arc told that the wagers were made
and the passed openly In the
grand stand at the game yesterday
between and Greenville,
If this lie true, the arm of the law
should ho brought to bear upon it
and It should be seen to that those
persons are punished who insist up-
on carrying on such practices.
Of Wood, of the Hod
Is DOt to He
Is showing up well tho bat on
the bases well as doing excellent
pitching.
To Amend Stale
RALEIGH, N. O., July
commission appointed to draft a set
of proposed amendments to the con-
of North Carolina met here
today to consider the measures pro-
posed. Among tho most Important
receiving attention are
j those providing for the Initiative and
I referendum, a compulsory school
that you now have Is simply convert-
ed Into a fund that pays tho yearly
interest an equal amount of tho
each year and maintains
the roads. Under this system there
is no burden placed on any
year, and tho same amount is
paid tho last year as is the first.
There is absolutely no truth in the
statement that you leave a debt
your children to pay for each year
pays its part and no one year pays
more than another.
Some of those who are opposing
bonds been heard to say they
would gladly go down in their pockets
and contribute to a good roads fund,
yet even if they were sincere or If
a special tax sufficiently large to
build tho roads was levied we do not
think It hardly fair to tax those who
arc here or two years for an
that others who come in
later will enjoy no cost to them-
selves. The- t row
term of six months, a new system
taxation, prohibiting the build the roads and then
of special act, and
allowing Bible reading in the public
schools.
for them each ear as them.
If this were the first bond issue
for roads In North
Mrs. J. Smith of Vanceboro, Is
relatives in Ayden.
Car lime Just received J. H.
Smith and Bro.
Mr. C. E. Smith who was hurt so
badly and sent to hospital
is homo for a few days.
Mrs. Hodges Is visiting her
parents at Burke Station, Va.
Mrs. D. B. Heath Is very sick.
Today will decide whether the
Will Baptist school will remain In
Ayden move to another town.
Our farmers wishing for rain.
Mrs. Grover and
laughter spend-
a few days with her parents near
Arthur.
Mr. J. L. Buck Is at
hospital tor his health.
Mrs. Emma Is
to her home with a sprained ankle.
Ayden Is on a boom; new stores
and residences going up In
parts of our town.
Mr. J. C. Jones is visiting his
tor
Mr. K. W. Cobb returned Tuesday
Carolina night from Morehead City.
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Mr. L Mi of Winterville
Writes on the Removal
THANKS
of bounty Home
Herald
Mr. Arnold a Con-
cord boy, graduated from
. day
the i been N. C. whew lie
ed to see so re ant a with The Daily
written about our county home, and Reflector. Mr. will have
wish to with my whole hear . charge of the editorial and
spirit to build a In ., of the paper, will
with the the In charge of the paper, excepting
the office. The position is
There to be .- pretty good berth tor a young
cl as to location, and some Mr. without any
of u that love our home solicitation on his part,
it is the beat place on earth while he is a graduate of this
anything would be glad to have ,,,,,.; class at the college Mr.
the county home with us. had a good deal of
I do not condemn this but experience, been college
commend it. Hut i correspondent for most of the larger
home Is the -t ti of the state during the past
county and we have who look,,, lie Ins been one of the
at from a different view yet ,, the staff of
all seem to be cone med alike a ;., i , tor th past two
the building of a suitable
heme.
I think I am fairly familiar with
the pi location t I
home, and on two
.-I .- i I
as a d ii r of I early
i t the and I
i report the Charlotte
county considered one of the most re
liable reporters. During his four
. i college he made, a
large number of friends in Durham
who will be to learn he has
landed a comfortable position so
BETTER BE SAFE
THAN SORRY.
Remember your own property, however
safe-guarded may be damaged or de-
by FIRE, originating from
your neighbors carelessness.
When insuring, Get the
best, IT COST NO
MORE.
H. A. WHITE
INSURANCE
in
la S I
that I I
i th who carried an
id
. i n .
the i r upon I
Mr. Arnold
. 1918, These Pitt
n d
at the hands of
and now that
d the
tin-in b . post office they are lucky to
u of word and In g o
l visited I
and was surprised to find that our
had cared for n any
poor avail unto the last.
The farm lands are above the av-
i and could be easily I
and baa the appearance of being In
a b location.
location is such that m
could put I
If we wished to do so
It is located on one of the
county roads, compares favor-
r II I have
known of any on lo .
in I letting the county horn i t went
from here and do no i
but one i fro G
When w i t the ad
In mot
homo to i r location,
i a the of agree the
out most
in favor of pi i in iron.
With such full
ti b i a i ling from our
believe that our county com
feel that they will have
of the good
of Pitt county in building a most
. Me home for oar
mid that they will build in
most deserving manner Considering
economy on side and last but
not least the comfort. b
I ; of our unfortunate ones on
the other,
a a. cox.
Winterville, N. C, July HIS.
Mr. and Mrs, I.,
i the of your
at the marriage of lighter
lo
Mr. Allen B. Cannon
Thursday
fourth
at half after o'clock
Christian church
Am ii. Carolina
At Home
r August nth
. Carolina
get as one a an to him as
will prove. The Neva knows
, of II speaks, having I
Mr, services as correspond-
at various of ins newspaper
career. Here's best wishes to
Dennis and The Reflector.
The State
Mr. J. Whichard. editor
Greenville Reflector, having assumed
r at .
has secured Mr. Henry A ;
manager
him abundant
In this way, although he has just
Horn college he has a lot
experience. Ho goes to
to take charge of the ed-
department of the
Reflector.
I a-, Spots
Are cured by Dr. Eczema
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No mailer hew long you have
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Healing begins that every min-
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Belled was expert
to i i one of plume
i a President
i.- wont to shake from ti
came In the shape
i i office As
i requires the
to devote his whole time to th.
office became necessary for him
call In a new editor of The
tor, and Mr, Henry A. Dennis, a form-
i College student, and of
staff of Durham Herald-
was called to the work. Mr,
i- a competent young man and
no doubt do his part in keeping
Red tor up to its past high n
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of
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NOTICE OF REGISTRATION AND
ELECTION UPON THE
TO ISSUE
BONDS TOWN-
SHIP, PITT COUNTY, NORTH CAR
North Carolina, Pitt County.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Hoard of Commissioners of Pitt
in adjourned session assembled on
the 20th day of May, 1913, it being
an adjourned meeting from the reg-
meeting held on the first Monday
of May, 1913, ordered an election to
be held In Greenville township, Pitt
county, N. C, on Tuesday, the 29th day
cf July, 1913, at the regular polling
place at the court house on the
of of issuing Fifty
j thousand dollars worth of bonds
to bear per cent interest per annum,
semi-annually and to run for
I period of forty years, the funds re-
from the same to be used for
the purpose of laying out, establishing,
repairing, grading, constructing and
Improving In any way the public roads
in Greenville township as provided -y
of the legislature of North Car-
session of 1913 in House Hill
I No, Use and Senate Bill No. 1799.
And notice Is further hereby given
an entirely new registration fir
said election was ordered and called
land that Warren, Jr., was and
la appointed registrar for said election
and that the books for registration
will he opened on Thursday, June K,
1913, and closed at sun set on Sat-
July 1913. That on each
Saturday during said registration
period the registration books will be
open at the regular polling places at
the court house in Greenville, N. C,
and at all other times during said
period will be open at the office of
W. L. Hall and Co., at Five Points,
Greenville, N. C. And all citizens
desiring to vote In said bond election
to be held en July 1913, will be
required to register.
This the 23rd day of May. 1913.
W. L.
Chairman Board of Com. of Pitt Ci.
BELL, Clerk.
new play Is to
he called
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THAT FIT
Far the season I orders,
the I make, my sales
kit frost to pounds material tin- years.
Four Solid Cars
already bought for this season's trade. Hill make them this
year at the Liberty To delay lei me have
-Hire.
J. J. JENKINS
Phone
Greenville.
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IS WORTH MORE LIVING AND COSTS LESS DYING
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The policy forms of the have been
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the laws of equity inherent In the of the ad.
lure closely to Its basic principle, at I They carry Into effect
the name of company, which pi edges the application of the good of
the vi hole to the affairs of each one.
C. L. Wilkinson, Special Agent
Greenville, N. C.
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For Sale
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ROY C. FLANAGAN, Manager
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The Concord
Mr. Arnold Dennis I the
position as editor . the Greenville
i the editor and r
which, Mr. D. J.
i made r .
v. as ed In
mi with honors from
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that he
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Mr. Henry Arnold Dennis, a
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ft yesterday for that place. He is
I Coin boy and he graduated from
Trinity College this year. Ho has
n large lumber of both in
college, and in the airy who win be
tn that he has
such a good position as he has.
Willie In college he was correspond-
for a number of newspaper
throughout the state, he has been
for the last year connected with the
local morning piper where ho was
considered a most reliable reporter.
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Increase years.
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A Stat-s school to train teachers for public
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address,
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THIS
To THE GREENVILLE TOWNSHIP GOOD
ROADS ASSOCIATION, A. C
I guess there J road
in I at on map published in
Daily Reflector.
The Greenville Township Good Roads Association will give, a BICYCLE to the boy or girl under
yens of age who guesses or estimates nearest the correct number miles in the township as shown
tho map published above. The scale on tho map will assist the contestants in arriving at their
miles. Fractions of miles will have to shown in tenths. The dotted circle around Greenville is in
tended to the limits and no measurements should be made within the circle.
An envelope containing the correct as measured by a competent civil engineer has bee
placed in the hands of the Editor of The Daily Reflector and will be opened on the morning of Jul
80th, 1918. The contest closes at p. in. on Monday, July 28th,
All guesses and estimates should he mailed
The Greenville Township Good Roads Association,
GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA.





THE CAROLINA HOME
and FARM and EASTERN
REFLECTOR
and that unless this people something that was is no reason why we should not do. Judging from the sound of the other county In the state has.
U fulfilled, they must really nothing after If Dr. Fried- what we have out to do about on some of the bicycles in town, There j b
, menus cure is a fake, let him take these same o In this have some cow. running loose on the
relinquish their hold upon society.
. . . . his medicine as a man, but If he of woods,
and must fall from the pinnacle which
. , , believed that he had found n
they have attained. .,,,.
. . cure for this dreadful malady, lets
How are these men to lead
world, even with all their him for
and training, unless look to a
CAROLINA, higher authority than the world can j DAVIS
streets, Instead of boys Tiding bl-
cycles.
Published by
D. J. WHICHARD. Editor.
give They should remember
It is not doubted that n boat line
a rate basing point on the North I do not think that the
Carolina coast would be a good thing. be moved any near-
and we t in ., . i
the world to such a project,
11.00
It seems that there is a good deal
more than
j j of dissatisfaction in Raleigh and us to allow this to detract attention
rats, may be had upon what they have received from
rail.
In the superior court in Wake
in which Rev. R. L. Davis, sup-
would be the las, person h the city. you. of have a
d to such a project,
but It will never do In the world for
application at the business office In
The Building, corner
Third streets
All cards of thanks and resolutions
M respect will be charged at
cent, per
Alma and that unless they
realize their obligation to verdict handed down by a J
church and to their God. they can-
not stand.
advertising
charged f-r at three
per line, up to fifty
Entered second class matter
August 1910. at the office a;
North Carolina,
Ml of March
FRIDAY, JULY IS. 1913
COLLEGES AMI
the above caption there that has been stirred
GIVE IT THE
. One's determination to do a
is always half the victory. North
shippers and manufacturers
have shown unmistakably that they
are determined to end the
n in freight rates that is being ban
ed them by the railroads doing bus-
in this state, and that is half
the fight So far little has been ac-
in this state save the sen-
up In
The editors are to attend a base-
of the Anti-Saloon L,
was found guilty of assaulting
a gentleman with a bottle. It Is open-
charged by some that the
of the Jury was reached through
and that Mr. Davis should
have been acquitted. It Is said that
he denied making an assault with a
bottle and the majority of the
of the state are willing to take hi
word for It regardless of what that
Wake county Jury thinks about It.
Winston during their stay In
villa next week. But Editor
of the Citizen, doesn't need
to think that all of the fellows
going to root for Ma team Just be-
lie is sitting there with them,
right to your opinion.
It Is the morning after the night
the town clock
started to run.
Chewers who have tried Black
say It Is the best sun cured tobacco
ball game between and
Ashe- ever used. We It. J. R.
and J. G.
Bulgaria places herself unreserved
In the hands of the mighty
government. It would take more
courage to do that than to fight
He has taken an appeal to the and the Greeks, and next thing
court of North Carolina, where the little kingdom knows, It will be
recently In Leslie's Weekly an the matter, but the only way that heard by men annexed by that land gormandizer.
article on the deplorable lack of at ever can do anything is to keep are not filled with pro-1 ---------o
of college students upon at it. Local Just Freight whore he will have a hear-
Oil tores, Curt
The no matter of to lone Handing,
re cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's -1. It
and at
the services cf the Christian churches Rate Associations have been
of the country. Wills we fear all the state and the good
this publication has somewhat ore-i WOrk is still going on.
drawn Its estimate the per cent, a few officials of the railroads Can-
of men that attend the church- not sway the will of a sovereign
es. there is nevertheless food and the people refuse longer to
In what It has to say. put up with what the railroads are
Throughout all history it has been giving to us. Let no one lose heart
the case that and n the fight, and let no one he led
nations have perished believe that anything is going to
earth, and we suppose it will be thus done, or that the railroads
so long as the world stands. A high going to do anything that they are
that will he fair and honest.
THE SEMINARY DECISION
power than man has decreed that
he Is to be enthroned In the hearts
and of men. Now, whether or
not this Is being done throughout the
world today as It should be. every-
one knows. We see heathen nations
rising and falling, and none of them
appear to have any stability about
them.
Colleges are erected and equipped
for Out purpose of training the youth
of the nation, and for preparing them
for the battles of life that stand out
before them. College men are look
ed up to by the rest of the world
as the best trained of the race, and
It is these men who are to lead us.
If they are to lead us then they
should be careful of the steps that
they take, and they should see to it
that their efforts are made In the
right Year after year the
graduates it our higher institutions
graduates of our higher
of learning are
the leading places In our
national and social life, and are be
given an enviable position in
affairs of If they are to
hold these positions, they cannot
ford to cater to the baser and less
Ignoble things in life. There Is yet
left enough of the salt of the earth t
prevent the masses of our people fol-
lowing blindly after such leaders, and
If they would hold their positions they
must walk in the straight and narrow
path. These men, though trained
as may be. cannot afford to for-
get that they owe the world an ob-
not made to do. North Carolina has
the power of the state and it lies
within the rights of a state to end
this discrimination If It only will do
It. It will take time, of course, to
accomplish these ends, but If we all
Join together, and refuse to let
matter be sidetracked, we have all
to gain and nothing to lose.
give up the
And so Ayden still retains the Fro
Will Baptist Seminary, as many
all the while she would
do. one. we must confess that
we gave to the trustees of the school
credit for wanting to do what was
best for the school. And they prob-.
ably did what. In their Judgment, was j on fifty
the best thing that could have been
If you have started the week well
keep It up. You have everything to
gain and nothing to lose.
Any Republican who says that bus-
Is not as good now It was
this time last year under a
administration either docs not
care to Investigate the true
or lie does not have a very
high regard for the
A girl In a music school in
DR. CUBE
It now appears that there is proof
a plenty that the alleged
cure given to the world by Dr.
F. F. the German
Is a fake, and the doctor takes
his place along with Dr. Frederick
A. Cook, as one of the world's great-
est fakirs. We are always glad to
see every man have a square deal In
whatever he attempts, and we hope
that the physicians and the scientists
taking of the country have not reached any
hasty conclusion In their denunciation
of the turtle serum. However, the
lives and health of our people must
be protected, and. if Dr.
remedy is a fake, let's tell all man
kind of it.
We are inclined to believe, though
that the German scientist at first be-
that he had a real cure for this
greatest of diseases known to
In the face of the failure of
Dr. Cook and others to
done. At least, we hope they
and want to give them credit for It.
But there are some who do not sea
It as the trustees see It. Greenville,
of course, made a bid for the Baptist
Seminary, and all the while thought
she would be successful In case a
change was made. But the trustees
decided In favor of sister town,
and we wish to congratulate tea
good upon their good work
In retaining the Institution. Our people
worked and worked hard to secure the
permanent location of the school,
now that we lost, we do not feel sore
over the matter, as much as we hate
to lose It. We have maintained all
the while that if Greenville could not
get It. we wanted Ayden to keep It,
and since we failed, we are glad that
Ayden succeeded. Congratulations.
cents per week for the past four
months. Oh that she had come
North Carolina with that formula and
presented It to a certain freshman
four years ago.
Jack Johnson has announced that
he would never again return to the
United States, but that he will live
In Paris. What la our la some
one's else loss, but let hope and
pray that what he la true.
A German scholar attempts to
how we got alphabet from the
stars and moon. We know some folks
who could read the alphabet from
these heavenly bodies long before they
ever heard of a German scholar.
Governor Cole has at last
been brought to his knees, but It took
all the powers of the national gov-
to do It. That at least
Plans have been submitted to the that he Is not a god, as some
county commissioners of Wake for may think.
the erection of a new county
within two miles of the city of
The buildings are to be erect-
ed on a six hundred acre farm, and
are to be absolutely fire proof. The
present home Is to be sold and the
proceeds turned into the purchase
of the new property, to be
Instead of being as the old saying
goes, on their fingers, and
bells on their it Is now. sine
Of Carolina Enthusiastic
Over Good Roads Movement.
Improvements All Over
The State
Governor Locke Is one of the
most enthusiastic good roads
in the entire state, and there
is perhaps no man who takes more
interest In the matter than does he.
He has recently returned from an
extended vacation trip to the western
part of the state, the greater part of
the trip being made in an
bile. In sway he had a splendid
to observe the condition of the
roads along the route, and in near-
every county the roads were
excellent shape.
The governor Is soon to take a
over the Central Highway, and will
officially Inspect the roads over which
he travels. An Interview given out
to the News and Observer by him,
published in that paper last Sun-
day Is very interesting, and is pub-
below.
Governor Locke Craig came back
Friday night from spent
yesterday with his mail, received call-
talked good roads, the tariff and
theology and felt uncommonly good.
feel better than I have felt any
time since I came to Raleigh,
though Colonel Kerr says half a dozen
of me wouldn't be worth twenty-five
cents a bunch while looking this
Governor
course it la hot after coming down
from the mountains, but I am all
The governor had stopped In
Greensboro to make an at
battleground. On that spot
he appealed to the descendants of
great ancestors, to meet this freight
rate situation like worthy sons of great
fathers. It was a good place to talk
railroad Injustices.
The governor had been home
weeks. He had a real view of
the roads. He Is preparing for an-
other soon. About July he is go-
to traverse the country, stopping
at about nineteen capitals of
ties and spread the good roads news.
That trip will be over the big high-
way, and will extend across the state.
In speaking of the good roads
movement. Governor
Improvement In roads In the
state has been phenomenal. On the
7th of June I left Raleigh In an auto-
mobile for and went in the
Carolina than Davidson county. The
land is fine, and some of the wheat
fields, as I passed along on June 8th
were beautiful.-
are splendid roads in Dur-
ham, Alamance, Rowan,
The fin-
over Is between Newell and Charlotte.
This is era of improved high-
ways. It is a delight to travel over
such roads. Wherever you have
roads, you have fine farms. Improved
homes, new school houses and good
churches.
expect to begin work on the
side of the Blue Ridge In
county very soon. This Is a link of
the National Highway. By the time
this is completed, every portion of
the National Highway from here to
will be the finest kind of
a road. A person can then go in
automobile and get to the
through a beautiful pictures-
country, culminating In the mag-
of mountain scenery and
mountain climate.
the whole of North Caro-
Is enthusiastic on the building
of roads. Within a few years we will
have Improved highways In every
county In the state. They will con-
tribute Immensely toward the ma-
development of the state, and
above all to the Improvement of con-
In the rural
spent on the new Improvements,
establish Wake county Is also to vote on Au-
claims of something new, it gust on a million dollar bond ls-
would be preposterous for him to sue for good roads. Wake is a much
that he could pander off on richer county than Pitt Is. but this
Tired
It may be from overwork, but
are its from an In-
active
-i well LIVER
can tin of labor
without fatigue.
It adds hundred per cent to
ones, earning capacity.
Can be kept
by, and only by
NO
Far Cats, Ban and Bruises
In every home should be a
box of
to apply In every case of burnt, cute,
or scalds. J. H, Del-
Tex., R. No.
lens Salve my little
girl's cut foot. No one it
could be Tho world's best
calve. Only Recommended by
all druggists.
If every concern would equip Its
plant as has been the case with the
National Cash Register Company, the
labor problem would be well nigh
solved.
Surprising Care of Stomach Trouble
When you have trouble with your
stomach or chronic constipation, don't
Imagine that your case is beyond help
Just because your doctor falls to give
you relief. Mrs. G.
N. J., writes over a month
past I have been troubled with my
stomach. Everything I ate upset it
terribly. One of Chamberlain's ad-
books came to me. After
rending a few of the letters from
who had been cured by Chamber-
Tablets I decided to try them,
that you find Is In Davidson county. I have taken nearly throe-fourths of
and It Is hoped that the package of them and can now eat
make haste to do It, for you will wake up the almost everything that I For
r pass this way again. of having good roads, as by all druggists.
the enactment of the new bicycle law,. m,,.
car far as Kings Mountain. There
Bells on their wheels, and rings all
over town, and all day long
If you can speak a kind word this
and by g so cheer up a forlorn
and weary on life's way.
I had to abandon It on account of
the heavy rains.
road from here to Kins
Mountain, with the exception of a
few miles Is fine. The worst road
THE STAR
IS THE BEST LIGHTED WAREHOUSE EVER BUILT
The Sale of Leaf Tobacco
Keep Your Eye on the STAR this Year and see if it does not
sell it HIGHER
O. L JOYNER
B. B. SUGG
J.
The
Greenville
Trust Co
Represents the Highest Standard of Safety in Banking
IN 1910 The State Treasurer of North Carolina selected this Bank as a Depository for state funds.
IN 1911 The United States Government designated this bank as a legal depository for Postal Savings Funds.
IN 1912 The Good People of Pitt County selected this bank as a safe bank in which to keep their money, to the extent that its
business exceeded not only any other bank in this section but the Greenville Banking and Trust Co., took its stand among
the largest and strongest banks in the eastern section of the state.
Resources Over Half a Million
E. G. Flanagan, Pres.
E. B. Higgs, Vice-Pres.
C. S. Carr, Cashier.
PROTECTION
Business entrusted to this AGENCY gives you
REAL PROTECTION. Protection that proceeds
from,
Close attention to all details of the INSURANCE
business
From placing your risk in t h e STRONGEST
COMPANIES.
From satisfactory ADJUSTMENTS of your LOSSES.
MOSELEY BROS,
Walked Home
The on Evans street
night were afforded much
when policeman Clark stopped
on the street, who was not
a bell and light on
and forced them to walk home.
The law which has recent-
been enforced has brought out bells
and of description.
morning some of the bicycles appear-
ed on the streets with cow bells on
them.
For Weakness and Less of Appetite
The Old genera tonic,
Malaria and up the A true
lure Appetizer. For adults and children.
The next time you want tobacco
come to my store and get Black
Eagle Sun Cured. It's a good one.
D. W.
DROPS
all of
RHEUMATISM
Boot, Neural-
Trouble, Catarrh and
Asthma
STOP THE PAIN
Gives Quick Relief
It mods the aches and pains, re-
swollen Joints and muscles
like Destroys
the acid Is
safe and sure In Its results. No
like it. Sample
on request.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS
One Dollar per or sent
i paid upon of it not
obtainable In your locality.
, SWANSON CURE CO. ,
Lake Street
Best Remedy for
and
Troubles. Par
Do at Druggists.
IF I HAD BEEN AT
By P. Tucker Harding
It I had been at Gettysburg,
And borne the battle brunt,
I had been at Gettysburg,
And fought in front,
I could not go to Gettysburg
And face those self-same men.
For the dash and Ore of battle
Would rise In me again.
It I had been at Gettysburg
And been a hero there,
My heart would leap with that old Joy
Or murmur the soldier's prayer,
For deathless glory I'd have gained
And fame in verse and song.
If I'd forget such thoughts those,
I'd do myself a wrong.
All honor to the Blue coat men.
Who fought because right,
Tho daring of the soldiers.
Who us In that tight.
glory there to fight and fall,
glory, too, to win.
but If I had been at Gettysburg,
not go again.
The Union belongs to all.
Not more to the Yanks,
We're not beholden to them for It,
And owe to them no thanks.
We'll keep alive the glory.
That both sides earned that day.
My sire was there at Gettysburg
And fought there in tho fray.
A Good Investment
W. D. a well known mer-
chant of Wis. bought a
stock of Chamberlain's medicine so
as to be able to supply them to his
customers. After receiving them ha
himself taken sick and says that
one small bottle of
Colic. Cholera and
was worth more to him than
cost of bis entire stock of those med-
For sale by all druggists.-
SKIN SORES
SALT AINU
WORM, He., M
SALVE
Sac
QUICKLY HEALED
Good judges of tobacco say Black
Eagle Sun Cured Is the best. Let me
supply you. D. W.
Golf
OMAHA, Neb., July
players qualified this morning at the
of play In the
tournament of tho
Coif association at the Omaha
Field course. This afternoon tho
play for the Nebraska club team
championship was started. The tour-
will conclude Saturday after-
noon with the finals for the state
amateur championship.
Black Eagle, the best plug of
Sun Cured tobacco, I have It. D. W.
Piles Cured In to Days
money .;
OINTMENT to cure any case of Itching,
Blind, Weeding or
The art . i
o Person Sixteen Years Of
Age May Operate A Motor Ye-
hide In The Male Of
North Carolina
By way of warning. Mayor J. B.
James is today issuing a notice
the public in regard to the law
tho speed of automobiles, mo-
and bicycles in this
So fur be has already had a
of offenders before him, but with
them ho has dealt very leniently.
This is given in order that
the owners of these vehicles may have
warning that they will be dealt
with In case the law is violated
again.
Tho necessity for a law regulating
the speed of automobiles and motor-
cycles Is readily seen. It is very
pleasant to ride along tho streets of
a town at a rapid rate, but when
this is done, especially at a time
when the street Is crowded, the lives
of pedestrians are in danger. While
there Is little real danger from bi-
cycles on sidewalks, It Is
less true the sidewalks
made for people to walk upon, and
not for boys and to ride on.
There is not room for both on the
sidewalks, and consequently the bi-
cycles must stay off.
The law Is a very reasonable one,
and the good citizens will join in
the efforts of the mayor and the board
of aldermen to have these laws en-
forced in the town of Greenville.
Section
It shall be unlawful to ride a bi-
cycle on any of tho sidewalks In
town and all riders shall have a bell
and ring at every corner, and at night
shall carry a lighted lamp. Any one
violating either of the provisions of
section, shall, upon conviction,
be fined five dollars for each of-
Chapter Section amended
Any person who shall drive an nu-
motorcycle or motor
vehicle over any of the streets of the
town at a greater speed than eight
miles per hour, or in a reckless man-
shall be fined ten dollars for
each and every offense; and all
motorcycles or other mo-
tor vehicles shall be furnished with
lamps which shall lighted when
running at night, and any one
an automobile, motorcycle or
other motor vehicle at night without
having said lamps lighted shall pay
a line of five dollars for each
every offense, and every automobile
shall be furnished with a horn or other
which sail be blown or sound-
ed at every street corner or
of a street Any person
this provision of this ordinance
shall be fined five dollars. Every
which Is driven on the
streets of the Town of Greenville shall
be fitted up and provided with a good
and sufficient brake which at any and
all times shall kept In good con-
Every violating this
shall he fined twenty
dollars for each and every offense.
This ordinance shall go into effect
at once.
That all persons driving
es, or other motor driven
vehicles on Fifth Street or
Brans street shall bring such auto-
mobile, other motor
vehicle to a stop before start-
into or across either of said streets
at their Intersection known as Five
Prints. Any person violating this or-
shall be fined for each
and every offense. This ordinance to
in effect on and after Nov.
in addition to the above. I wish ti
to Chapter of the
Public of North Carolina, pass-
ed at our recent session of the
and would suggest that the
owners of automobiles read said law.
Among tho provisions Is one
ting any one under tho age of years
from operating a motor vehicle upon
public high-ways of this state, and
also the operation of any
motor vehicle without first paying tho
license fee or registration and re-
a certificate of registration
and display number from tho Secret-
of State. Any person violating
any of the provisions of said law L
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
conviction shall fined not exceed-
fifty dollars, or imprisoned not
exceeding sixty days.
J. B. JAMES, Mayor.
A Correction
To the Will you please
low me space in your paper for a few
remarks that will be of Interest to
every tobacco farmer.
Last Friday, the 11th of July, my
grandson found a book at my
co that was lost by Mr. Lipscomb
and he brought it to the house. In
trying to find out to whom it belonged
my family found that it was a report
of the acreage the tobacco crop
of R. F. D. No. Vance-
No. and and that in our
Immediate section it was much ex-
He had Charlie Forrest
and tenant Bryant Heath acres
while there is only acres on his
place. O. a tenant, acres
and Is not any on hie place;
and more that I could mention.
The people in this section did not
get out as much tobacco as they In-
tended on account of dry weather
and scarcity of plants.
I think that this requires a publish-
ed explanation by Mr. Lipscomb for
It Is against the farmer.
L. E. DUDLEY.
July
Ordinance
The mayor has this pa-
per to publish the recent ordinance
that was passed by the aldermen In
regard to dogs running at large In
the city. Tho fine that shall be
posed been placed at for
and every offense. Tho text of tho
ordinance appears below.
Dog Ordinance.
Passed at the Regular Meeting of
Hoard of Aldermen on tho fifth
of July, 1913.
On and after the first day of August,
1913, It shall be unlawful for any per-
son owning a dog or bitch to suffer
or permit said dog or bitch to run at
large In the corporate limits of the
Town of Greenville.
Any person violating this ordinance
shall pay a of five dollars for
each and every such offense.
have Just a fresh sup-
ply of the celebrated Black Eagle Sun
Cured Tobacco. J. R. J. O.
There Is more In this section or
country than nil other diseases put
together, and until the few
was supposed in be Incurable. For a great
many years d, tors pronounced it a local
disease and local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced It Incurable.
has proven Catarrh to be n.
disease, therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, d by F. J.
Co. Toledo, Ohio. Is only
on the market. It Is taken In-
t. In from in drops to a
It nets directly on the Mood
mucous surfaces of system.
offer one dollars It
fails cure. Send for
F. CO., O.
he
Take Ball's
vi
WHY Not Enjoy the
Pleasure of Wear-
Shoes That Fit the
Feet
That's the Kind You
Find at Our Store ---at
Prices to Fit the Purse
SUMMER TIME is
SANDAL TIME
WE Have a Large As-
of Bare-
Foot Sandals and a
goes with each Pair.
SHOE COMPANY
The Best Medicine in the World
little girl had dysentery very
bad. I thought would die. j
and
cured her, and I can
say that I think It Is the best med-
in the writes Mrs.
Ham Clare, Mich. For sale by
all druggists.
Let us sell you a plug, a pound or
a box of Black Eagle Sun Cured to-
and make you happy. J. R. ft
J. G.
J. C. Lanier
MEAD
ADD
4-w
J. E. HARSH
Veterinarian
located at R. L. Smith's Sales Stables
PHONE
To Cure a Cold in One Day
LAXATIVE Quinine. It tor.
and Headache and works the Cold
refund money if it fails to cure.
. Miniature on each boa.
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July 21st.
Store
Cent TUBS to be
sold at
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IX
THE DAILY REFLECT, V. C., Mil
The Explorers
SO.
1913. by The Associated
Newspaper School, Inc.
LEARN ONE
A EVERY A.
It was the end of a sultry with several hundred foot
day in June, 1542. The sun was down and horses. From Havana he
in the west; twilight was falling. The went, in 1539. to Tampa Bay on the
turkey buzzards settled to rest, and west coast of Florida. hi
ail was quiet. Suddenly the brood- led his men for four long years in
silence of the dense forest was a weary and unsuccessful March for and St. Louis,
broken. There came the sound of gold, traversing much of the south-
voices and the clink or armor, eastern part of the continent, through
Through the underbrush and tangled dense forests, through terrible
vines, cutting a way with their and across swollen rivers,
swords, burst two men. Before them a stern, cruel master, and
swept a mighty, rushing river. They slaughter followed in the
halted on the bank, and were Joined his army.
Kid Your Children of Worms
You can change fretful. Ill-temper-
ed children into healthy, happy young-
by riding them of Toss-
rolling, grinding of teeth, crying
cut while asleep, accompanied
intense thirst, pains In the stomach
and bowels, and bad
breath, are that indicate
worms. Worm Killer, a
pleasant candy lozenge expels the
worms, regulates the bowels, restores
your children to health and
Mrs. J. A. of
have used Kickapoo Worm
Killer for years, and entirely rid my
children of worms. I would not be
without Guaranteed. All drug-
gists or by mall. Price
Medicine Co., Philadelphia
TRAINS
Ho was
lire and
wake of
He reached the
J. W. Little
Merchandise Broker
in a few minutes by other soldiers pi In 1541 and spent the next Winter
bearing a canvas-covered figure. in What Is now Arkansas and Louis-
.- ITS
S. C.
IS OFFICE WITH W. t. HAM. AND
AT FIVE
I desire o express my appreciation
of your patronage of the past. I sin-
trust dealings In every
way have been satisfactory to you. I
hope to have your further orders. Call
land see me. or phone and let me quote
you prices. I represent tome of the
best concerns.
Office Residence 257-L
S J. W. Little
The Carolina
COLLEGE OF
rime of Arrival of the
Passenger Trains
ATLANTIC LINE
Southbound
a. m. p. m.
m. fill p.
NORFOLK-SOUTHERN
Westbound
a. m. a. m.
a. m. a in.
p. m. p. m.
MECHANIC
The Industrial College
Tons
Flue Iron
Now on Hand at Gorman Gentry's
Warehouse
SOUNDS LIKE A LARGE STOCK;
HIT IT WILL SOT HALE
THE DEMAND FOB THIS
SEASON.
KNOWING HOW TO MAKE
CO FLIES AND THE
WE USE IN MANUFACTURE
IS WHAT HAS LONG MADE
FLUES THE MOST POPULAR IS
THE COME UP TO GOB-
MAN'S AND SEE FOR
AND GIVE ME
ORDER.
L. H.
N. C.
bad now fallen. Only a sin-
torch of burning pine branches
Illuminated the darkness, The lit-
hand of nun tied some logs to-
placed upon them the body
weighted With a heavy stone, and
floated this crude raft out upon the
river. In midstream they quietly
pushed the body overboard, watched
the waters close over it, and sadly
made their way back to shore.
Such was the pathetic ending of
Fernando de Soto, discoverer of the
Mississippi His wife in Spain
watched through many weary months
tor his return; but she watched In
vain.
De Soto was born about 1500 at
Spain. After
leaving school he went in 1519 with
patron, on an
to in Panama. After this
he explored the coast of Guatemala
and and in 1532 led
volunteers to aid in Peru
He helped to conquer the land of the
and was so successful that
when he returned to Spain he
a fortune at ducats
He married the daughter of Mi old
and settled down
to a happy home existence
Hut reports came to him of the
fabulous wealth of Florida, and the
wanderlust seized him again. Sell-
lug much of his property, leaving wife
and friends and home, he set off in
Returning along the
the next summer De Soto was
With fever and died.
His remaining followers descend-
ed the river rafts, coasted the Gull
cf Mexico, and at last arrived, a tat-
and weary band, among their
men once more.
Every day a different human laser-
est will in J he R Rec-
tor. You can get a beautiful intaglio
reproduction of the above picture,
five others, equally attractive, I I t
1-2 Inches In size, with this
In a well
known authority covers the subject
if the pictures and stories of the
week. Renders of The Reflector and
will know Art.
History. Science and Travel,
and own exquisite pictures. On sale
at the Reflector office and Ellington's
Hook Store. Price. Ten cents. Write
today to The for booklet ex-
planting The Associated Newspaper
School plan
Bruce
PUB-
ACCOUNTANT A
Norfolk, Goldsboro, N. C
end Trust Examinations a
specialty.
County. City Borough Ac-
counts systematized.
Corporations and Mercantile
Firms analytically examined.
Partnership Accounts accurately
determined.
Light, and Power Plant Ac-
counts perfected.
Fire, Losses. Valuations and
adjusted.
Real Estate and Lumber Audit.
Trial Sheet, and
loss Accounts, Statement of Asset
and Condensed He-
port Thereon Professionally
pared Guaranteed.
Malaria or Chills Fever
Here s an excellent breathing
that should indulged in at
least twice a day. Stand before an
open window, or bettor, in the open
air, and raise the arms above the
head, stretching up as far as
Take a breath while doing
so, and without bending
grasp the ankles. Then straighten
and repeat the operation, say ton times
each performance.
Prescription No. is prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS A FEVER.
Ann Douglas Sedgwick's study of
the artistic temperament,
has been dramatized by
If taken as a tome the net ,
It nets on the than
and docs not or ken. Sc
hers and will he produced in America
by Charles
Equips Mien for successful lives in
Agriculture, Horticulture. Stock
lug, Dairying, Poultry Work,
nary Medicine; in Electrical,
Mechanical in Cheer
Dyeing; in M
Four courses. Two, and
One courses. IS
modern equip.
County superintendents hold
examinations at ail
seats July Write for complete Cat-
to
E. K. OWES, Registrar,
West Raleigh, N. C.
The summer
time when the
air is fine Makes
the old young
for a while So
they can enjoy
PERRI
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COFFEE,
LISK FLOUR.
And numerous
other
Call y. i
you will have the
personal
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GET READY TO SELL YOUR TOBACCO AT
WAREHOUSE
Greenville, N. C.
We will be ready to take care of you and protect your interests
WILL SELL IT
Johnston Foxhall
NO PUZZLE FOR HER DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH NAME JOHN
By ALLIE YOUNGER.
The sharp-nosed man looked
alter the retreating figure of the
stenographer.
Tm In a quandary what to do with
that he said. don't know
whether to fire her or raise her
I don't know what to make of
her. She Is the quintessence of either
Innocence or deceit, i, can't figure out
which. Any way, got me Into a
pretty pickle.
two months ago some mis-
guided member of a certain benevolent
society me two tickets for a char-
ball. I was surprised to get those
tickets, for I supposed everybody who
knew me knew my sentiments In re-
to charity.
don't believe in It I don't be-
In giving things away. I have to
work for every cent I have and I ex-
other people to do the same
thing. To my mind these folks that
dance for charity and sing for charity
and cut all sorts of didoes tor
purposes are only degrading the
masses they are supposed to benefit
I had expressed this opinion so often
that I was amazed that anybody
should ask mo to a
benevolent scheme by buying tickets
for a ball. Naturally, I hastened to
send the tickets back. I put them Into
an envelope and banded them to the
stenographer.
Miss I said,
know what to do with
she said. Thank
me then that there was
no occasion for her to thank me for
requesting her to perform her regular
routine of duties, but I didn't give the
matter a second thought until three
weeks later, when a representative of
the benevolent society called to col-
for the ball tickets.
I didn't use the I
said. T don't believe In
t beg your he said.
were used. Here are the numbers
sent you and here are the tickets
bearing the number which were
taken in at the door. If you didn't
want them you ought to have returned
them to us at once, as requested In
our communication to
I did return I argued.
Then I called In the stenographer.
I said, I give
you two ball tickets time ago
to be returned to the benevolent so-
she said, didn't say
anything about returning them. You
simply said I knew what to do with
what did you do with
I asked.
went to the said she.
thought that was what you
was furious, but saw the
society had tho drop on me, and
I paid the Tho worst of It Is the
girl seemed so sweet and Innocent and
sorry that I haven't had tho courage
either to discharge her or deduct the
money from her salary. I can't make
up my mind to this day whether she
really thought I to make her a
present or whether she notified the
society to send me the tickets and
then deliberately worked me for a
good time. But. whatever her motive,
there is one charity organization in
town that Is now growing fat off
of my hard-earned
Thought He Liked Flattery.
One of the wittiest occupants of the
judicial bench In Is
tho North-country Irishman,
who presides at tho famous court,
known as Old Tho
has just been telling another good
story against himself. Once ho went
on a political mission to Wales, to
tell tho voters what to do. He spoke
first, and in All the
speakers, however, used Welsh
as tho medium of their thoughts. As
a matter of policy he applauded
strongly whenever was a clap
among the audience, although ho
could not understand a word
that was said. learned
said every I
applauded a speaker It when ho
had paid a strong
either to myself or to my
Speaking Literally. .
A famous sculptor was seated at a
dinner next to a fair but frivolous
young lady, and It was soon evident
that he was not very favorably
pressed by her Idle chatter.
kind of a figure do you most
In a she Inquired,
with tho air of one angling for a com-
any kind, as long as Is
not a figure of ho replied
Not Crazy.
Aunt Alice, how la
your old man getting Aunt
Alice Is an inmate of
The only way they can keep
him in the hospital by a
Mother Hubbard on him. He Just
wants to wander wander
Friend he is not crazy. Is he.
Aunt Aunt
he Is crazy; he's just done gone
lost his -Judge.
Not a Mistake.
a mistake when
be
Yes. He ended the ceremony
And may God have mercy on your
knew what he was about, all
married
By C. A. PRATT.
By STANLEY B. HOUCK.
We were enjoying the change from
the stuffy city and the smoke and the I
dirt and the and all
that sort of thing. The spot was a
most beautiful one and In a state of
nature which left nothing to be de
sired. We were at the farm-
house of William
known among his neighbors as
All this, however, has nothing to
do with the love of Hannah, the
domestic servant in the
which was thrust upon our
and which was the occasion of a
controversy as violent as we ever per-
in between ourselves.
We were loafing peacefully In the
orchard, Fannie In the hammock and
I lying flat on my back on the soft
grass, eyes closed and enjoying the
fragrance of a tip-top when
my soothed and peaceful nerves were
startled by a voice speaking
to Fannie.
see, mum, I'm engaged to Ill-
works over on
these were tho first definite words I
caught. Hiram sets a powerful
store by clothes and style and
and I don't know much about them
things thought I
you from the city, could tell
how to fix up a dress that
would please Hiram. You see he
to git married In the church,
and I want to Jest scrumptious
mum I've got near
saved up I'm to enough
of It so Hiram won't ashamed
me. Would ye please, mum, tell me
whether to git a dress from this
dot lavender or take tho
said I, after Hannah had
vanished, seems to me that here is
the opportunity to do some lino
for philanthropy and religion and
all that sort of
do you asked Fannie.
are forever looking after
and all that sort of thing
and here is ready-made under,
your very
said rather coldly.
I said severely, girl
Is a diamond In the rough, one of these
daughters of nature who without
cation, culture, tradition and all
still tho Instincts of
the race and arise upon occasion to
tho great acts and the great sacrifices.
Did you hear tho very delicate
she uttered to you Without
knowing why or how she yet
with tho most tender womanly
instinct that Hiram desired clothes
and she Is going to
make great sacrifices for
My wife not responding, I resumed
the theme.
see, my dear, while you are
literary and all that sort of thing,
really you do not see the ultimate
philosophy of tho That type of
girl really represents the of
the a standpoint
She Is a diamond In the rough. The
girls we seethe cultured, educated
persons who becloud our
are merely tho over-
done ones, as might say. this
woman la of the products of
pure and simple. Love with such
girls could not disloyal or
When they love, they love, I
now and forever. They natural
true and loyal.
am surprised that you do not detect,
tho eternal truth underneath tho blue,
calico jacket of the do
you hear, who just left
Ten days later we were lolling about
in same when
gain Hashed across tho vision
our dreams. was a man with
her, a good, husky specimen
of a man.
is my she said, with a
bridal simper. this is tho lady
who told mo how to get up wed-
My wife greeted both very
but I refused and lay with my eyes
closed. Presently I heard Fannie say
to Hannah very bridegroom
having separated himself from his
bride for a fleeting
I thought his
was Hiram and that ho was tall and
responded Hannah.
yo see Where he was
killed In a train wreck last Tuesday
And I had tho dross all Ben
has been pestering mo for months
so I Jest concluded to hook up
Tho happy pair passed on. I looked
my wife and looked at me from
under lids that I thought concealed a
grin and some sarcasm. Whereupon
I and departed with dig-
As left I thought I heard her
diamond In the
But when I charged her with it very
sternly, denied lazily.
Daily Story Tub.
Only One Chance.
you notice that woman who
just inquired he.
responded she,
tho gray hat, tho white feather, the
red velvet roses, the mauve jacket
the black skirt, the mink furs and tho
lavender
What Concerned H'm.
said Mrs.
my gown is rather
don't replied her husband;
It is tho less of it
Is for me to hook up the
His name was John, despite the fact
that ho was called Jack; and he was
a Junior in college. Her name was
Marjory, and she was a senior.
Jack was sitting on the library steps
scheming a means of relieving himself
from a dilemma of which
he was on one born and Marjory the
other.
She had started It three years be-
fore at a reception where they
met. Since then neither had lost any
opportunity of assuring tho other of
his undying affection In many
and amusing ways.
Now ho wanted seriously to toll her
of his love for her, but he had told
her of it so often In fun that he
couldn't quite Bee any way of
her take his declaration as
Seriously in earnest and not
made merely In fun.
penny for your thoughts,
she said, brightly, when at last she
arrived.
about you, he
replied. is that I'm afraid
you'll cut me dead If I tell you my
right. Let's a walk down
the river, and I'll think it
he decided, making a sudden
As they went along ho began to
wonder what the outcome of it all
would be. The more he thought tho
weaker his resolution
was Marjory, tho prettiest and most
perfect girl In tho world, and on tho
other hand, hero was ho, just an or-
average sort of a fellow.
At last they passed below the last
city bridge, and were alone by tho
river, away from all tho and ac-
of the busy city.
you going to tell mo she
asked.
not he answered, sparring
for time, if you will tell me what
you were thinking about we
coming here, maybe I'll begin
to lead up to
was wondering whether this
would be the last time I would ever
this walk, and you don't know
how sad It makes me feel to think how
soon my school days will be over for-
just what I was thinking,
Marjory, and I was wondering how
It would next year to this
walk without you. Do you know, I've
never taken this walk with any other
girl but you and when I think of
you not being hero next year. It makes
mo feel as though I'll never go down
this way enjoying it tho way I
have had some mighty good
times together, haven't we,
good that I'll never forget
Ho paused a and then
began you remember tho
first night we met and ac-
Do I Well, I should say I did. I
don't believe two people ever became
so in so short a as
did; and you were Just as
dent as you could be,
you realize that this is tho first
really serious talk we've ever
said.
do believe you're right, Jack; I
know I couldn't crack a Joke today if
my life depended upon
sit down on this tree trunk
awhile before go said
without replying.
For awhile neither Then be
I tell you now what I was
thinking of when you found me at the
library
course; that's what came
way out hero for, wasn't it It must
something important, or you
wouldn't come so
Ho turned his eyes upon hers and
in anticipation of bin
words that instinctively felt what
he was to say and a Blow flush
crept up over her cheeks and her eyes
dropped from his. He noticed it, and
it gave him an inexplicable thrill of
strength to
was wondering whether you loved
mo, Marjory, dear; I was wondering
whether I could come back
next year and be happy with you
I was how much I
needed you. Why, I've loved you ever
I saw you, and every word
I've ever said to you In all our Joking,
I've more, with all my
heart and soul. Why, got to used
to thinking I belonged to you that I
haven't a thing nil these years
without asking myself what you'd fay
to It if you know. I can't say any
more, dear. Just I love you, love you,
all the time. Will you tell me, non,
what you are i t-1 do with i
Then she raised her eyes to his
and they were glistening with
joy.
Jack, you dear, dear, big, blind
than him-
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LEGAL
Mil
By virtue of a mortgage executed
and delivered by J. S. Mooring and
wife to J. P. on the 12th day
of June, 1912, mortgage was
duly recorded in the office of the Reg-
later of Deeds of Pitt county in book
D-10, page the undersigned will
for cash before the court house
door in Greenville on Saturday,
12th, 1911, described
real
parcel or lot and in that
part of the town of H C
formerly called and being
Tour lots in Block in the plot of
town, Mo. UM, W. and IS, a
full and accurate description of which
can be had by referring to deed from
G. M. Mooring, mortgagee, to J. S.
both of deeds are here-
by referred t. for an accurate
parcel of land in Greenville
township at St.-tons, beginning on the
Greenville and road at a pine
at the edge of the lot and run-
with the road yards to the
right of way of the A. C. L. railroad,
thence with said right of way norther-
to the Alpine road, thence with the
road yards opposite a big
post oak. a straight line
the post oak a fore and aft tree
to the containing 1-2 acres
more or less, being the tract of hind
described in a from Ashley
Which;. I and wife to Taylor.
and Fleming, reference to which deed
ii for U Meant description.
Also all of the mill property
building, machinery, steam mill,
cotton and and every
of property now on said
parcel of land and used in con tee-
with the mill and gin plant at
All of said property is sold to sat-
said mortgage.
This June 11th. 1913.
J. P. Mortgagee.
F. G JAMBS and
C ltd
North Carolina, Pitt county.
In the superior court.
Geo. H. Brown, of F. U.
Deed., vs. f, C. Hard-
of J. J. Perkins, Deed. J.
M. Bernard, Holman Barnard, Jul-
Gilliam Bernard, et
The defendants. Holman Bernard
and Juliette Gilliam Bernard will take
notice that summons in the above en-
tilled action was Issued against the
defendant on the 13th day of May,
1913, of the Superior Court of Pit
County, which summons was return-
able before his honor at the May
Term of Pitt County Superior Court
at the court house in Grenville on
the 19th day of May, 1913, for the
pose of establishing a lien
on land claimed by the defendants
the town of Grenville; the defendants
will also take notice that they are re-
quired to appear at the next term of
court that convenes on the second
Monday after the first Monday in
being the 15th day of said
month, and answer or demur to the
complaint or the relief demanded will
be granted.
This the day of June 1913.
C. MOORE.
Clerk Superior Court.
ltd
NOTICE TO
W. A. Taylor, J. C. Taylor and N.
B. Dawson, Trustee, vs. J.
and R. I.
At Chambers In Greenville, N. C,
on the 21st of June, 1913, the under-
signed was Appointed receiver too
fir
hill and of W. A. I
J. Roberson It. I.
individually by Ho II.
bee. Judge, in a proceeding In Pitt
superior court entitled as above; and
on day an order was duly made. I
in said cause by Whedbee, Judge,
quiring all creditors of the firm of
Roberson, Taylor and and
all creditors of W. A. Taylor, J. C,
Taylor, J. and R. I.
Individually, to file with the
undersigned receiver statements of
their account, duly verified, on or
before the 1st day of September
191.1. or else stand debarred from
in the distribution
the assets of said firm and the In-
members thereof.
This 30th day of June, 1913.
N. B. DAWSON, Receiver.
ltd
even date therewith, and the
i said not having
complied with, I shall expose at pub-
lie auction for cash on Saturday, the
day of July, 1913, at noon, in
ville, Pitt County, M the
House door, the foil wing
I . .- g a town lot in the town
beginning at an iron stake
II W. Moseley's N. K.
corner, and running Westward with
said Moseley's Northern line feet
am inches to a corner, thence North-
ward with Simon Eastern
boundary feet inches to a corner,
then Eastward with Evans Southern
line feet S Inches to a corner
St, thence with the Western
boundary Southward feet inches
to the beginning.
This June 26th, 1913.
J. A.
Mortgagee.
S. J.
Atty.
NOTICE s WEAL i
By virtue of a power of sale con-
in a certain mortgage deed ex-
b W. W. Perkins to E. A. Mo
Jr. on the 2nd day of January, 1909,
and recorded in register's office
ID Pitt county book D-9, page i
the undersigned will, on MONDAY.
the 4th day of August, 1913. at
. clock, noon, expose to public sale,
before the court house door In Green-
ville, to highest bidder for cast
the following described parcel of
land,
in the town of Greenville,
op the west of the A. C. U rail-
road, beginning at the intersection
of and Railroad streets and
runs north 31-20 west feet to a
stake, the corner of lots No. I and i
on street, thence a
direction about feet to a it
in the line of the Standard Oil Com- ,
pony feet from Railroad street,
thence south west with Railroad
street feet and inch to the be-
ginning, being lots Not, and I, part
of lot No. in the plot made for
Forbes and Move in April.
This sale is made for the purpose
of complying with the terms of mU
mortgage deed.
I the 1st day of July, 1913.
VIRGINIA H. PERKINS,
Assignee of Mortgage
HARDING PIECE, Attorneys.
ltd
ltd Commissioner
NOTICE SALK OF STOCK OF
W. A Taylor, J. C. Taylor and N.
B. Dawson, vs. W. I. Bob-
and P. I.
Pursuant to an order made by Hon.
H. W. Whedbee, Judge, in the above
entitled cause on the 26th day of June
1913. the undersigned Receiver will
on Monday, the 21st day of July, 1913.
at the hour of A. M. at Bethel,
N. C. and In the store building recent-
occupied by the firm of Roberson,
Taylor and offer at public
sale to highest bidder for cash
. elite stock of goods, wares,
together with all fixtures and
furnishings, now to be found in said
store building, formerly occupied by
Roberson, Taylor and
Notice is also given hereby toot in
accordance with the of the
above mentioned order of Judge
Whedbee entered on the 26th day of
Jane. 1913. the said Receiver Is now
having prepared a complete Inventory
of said stock of wares and mer-
aforesaid, and sale will be
made according to Inventory t
so much on the dollar. All
purchasers are notified that the
stock and Inventory will be open t
all times for their Inspection.
Sale will be made subject to the
confirmation of the court.
This 30th day of June. 1918.
N. B. DAWSON,
Receiver.
d-w
NOTICE
Stale of North county of
Pitt.
In the Superior Court, before C.
Moore, Clerk.
N. B. Dawson, of F. J.
son. Deed., v E. L, Dawson, Henry
D. Harper and wife Dora Harper, N.
II. Dawson, Jr., and wife Ada
son. heirs at law.
By virtue of an order made in the
a entitled cause by Hon. D. C.
Moore, clerk of the superior court of
Pitt county, dated July 3rd, 1913, the
undersigned commissioner will on
Monday, 4th day of August, 1913,
at in. offer for sale at public
before the court house door in
Greenville, N. ft, to the highest bid-
for cash, the following
ed property In the county of
undivided one-fourth interest,
after the estate of Mr. and Mrs.
F. B. Staton and N. Dawson, In
and to all real and personal prop-
conveyed to N. Dawson
life and thereafter to F. J. Dawson,
Dora Dawson, Ernest I. Dawson and
Dawson in equal Dawson, by
B. and wife Augusta J. Sta-
Ml, dated the Hist day of
March 1901, and duly recorded in
hook l-7, Pitt county
to which reference is hereby
i lade for a more particular
of property therein convey-
ed tho tract therein containing 1859
acre, more or less, and
In said
This 1913.
NOTICE TO
Having duly qualified before the
Superior Court Clerk of Pitt County
as administrator he estate of M.
C. Tyson deceased, notice is hereby
given to all persons indebted to the es-
to Immediate payment to the
undersigned; and persona
claims against said estate are
to present the same to the under-
signed for payment on or before the
24th day of June 1914, as this notice
will be plead in bar of recovery
This June 26th, 1913.
J. MARSHALL COX
of M. C. deed.
It
By of of i men.
gage executed to me by R. V. Jefferson
and T. Jefferson on the
of August. 1908, and duly recorded
the Register's office In Pitt County
In Book Q-8. page to secure
payment of a certain bond bearing
SIMMONS
North Carolina, Pitt County.
In the Superior court, August term,
1913.
Delia Nobles vs Richard Nobles.
The defendant, Richard Nobles, In
the above entitled cause, will take
notice that an action entitled as above,
has been Instituted In the superior
court of Pint county by Delia No-
as plaintiff vs Richard Nobles
as defendant, for the purpose of dis-
solving the bonds of matrimony ex-
and the
defendant and the said Richard No-
will further take notice that
required to appear before the Judge
of the Superior court at it court to
be held for the county of Pitt, the
court house In Greenville, put
on the 2nd Monday the
Monday September, being the
I Ml. day of August, 1913, and answer
the complaint In this cause which has
this day been deposited and filed In
the of the clerk of the superior
court of said county, within the first
three days of said term; and let the
said defendant take notice that If he
fall to answer the complaint within
the time required by law, the plain-
tiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
This the 7th day of 1913.
D. C. MOORE.
Clerk Superior Court, Pitt County
S ltd
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
Having qualified as administrator of
J R. Haddock, late of Pitt county.
North Carolina, this Is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of the said deceased to
it them to me wit months
from this or his notice will
I I In bar of their
All persons indebted to said stale
will please Immediate
This tho 16th day of Juno, 1913.
R. W. SMITH. Administrator
F n and
r ltd
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having this day been appointed by
the clerk of the superior court of Pitt
county as administrator of the es-
of Richard Carr, deceased, and
having duly qualified as such, notice
is hereby given to all persons hold-
claims against said estate to
sent them to me for payment, duly
authenticated, on or before the 8th
day of July, 1914, or this notice will
he plead in bar of their recovery.
All persons Indebted to said estate
are urged to make Immediate pay-
to me and thus save costs and
expense.
Tills the 7th day of July. 1913.
J. L.
Administrator of Richard Carr.
JARVIS and BLOW, Attorneys.
ltd
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Having duly qualified before the
Superior court clerk of Pitt county as
executor of the estate of Luke Lang-
deceased, notice Is hereby given
to all persons indebted to the estate
In make Immediate payment to the
undersigned; and nil persons having
claims against said estate are notified
to present the same to the undersign-
ed for payment on or before the 11th
day of June, 1914, or their notice will
be plead In bar of recovery.
This 11th day of June, 1913.
W. L. CLARKE,
Executor for Luke
Id
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tho undersigned having duly
before the superior court clerk
of Pitt county as executors of the
last Will and Testament of John Elks,
deceased, notice la hereby given to
all persons Indebted to the estate to
immediate payment to tho
and all persons
claims against the estate are notified
to present tho same to tho undersign-
ed for payment on or before the 6th
day of June, 1911, or this notice will
be plead In bar of recovery.
This the 6th day of June, 1913.
C. S. and J. J. ELKS,
Executors of John Elks.
ltd
Whole People Of The State
By Kale And
Will Eight Mill. The
Business Men
Before the close of the meeting of
tee local Just Freight Rate
In the court house yesterday, it
Ha decided to ask the
in session here today to draw up
a resolution pledging their support
the fight for freight rates. It
was realized by officers of the
Pitt county association that the farm-
ens as well as the people living in
city are affected by the
rates that are charged the
people of the state by the railroads.
the matter was brought be-
fore the meeting of the
this morning, the
resolution was passed without any
ceremony, and the farmers will co-
operate in every way possible with
the local association in the fight
against the railroads.
Whereas, the state of North Car-
is unjustly discriminated against
In freight rates in favor of points It
adjacent and adjoining states, and
whereas such discrimination is
just, working a hardship unfair, In-
imitable and burdensome to all mer-
and agricultural Interests of
our state, and whereas such
nation should be adjusted so that all
the citizens and business Inter-
of the United Stales should
on an equal and just footing, and
the business men and farm-
organizations of the state as
organizations, are organizing and
have organized for the purpose of
removing unjust discrimination,
and whereas there has been formed
a local organization of a Just Freight
Rate Association in Pitt County, and
whereas the Farmers of Pitt
County is desirous of aiding, as-
and helping said local organ-
and said organization of the
state for the purpose of securing
just freight
Bo It now resolved by the Farm-
Union of Pitt
1st. That we, as a nation and as-
do hereby fully endorse
Bad ratify all acts, efforts and move-
made by the state
and by tho local organization of
Pitt county, for the purpose of re-
moving this freight
nation.
2nd. That we do herewith enlist
our organization and do recommend
to our officer and Instruct them to
co-operate with the officers of the lo-
cal organization.
3rd. That we do hereby
mend and Insist on the Individual
members of our association
members of the Pitt County Just
Freight Rate Association for the
pose of fully cooperating with nil
their purposes and efforts.
4th. That hereby request tho
governor to call a special of
the legislature and request our rep-
in that body to cooperate
Witt the governor for the purpose of
passing such laws as will procure
to us a just freight rate.
Endorsed my Farmer's of
Pitt County, In meeting assembled
this July 1913.
J. R. Pros., pro torn,
R. L. Sec.
NORFOLK-SOUTHERN
TRAIN IS DERAILED
A MILE FROM TOWN
Eastbound Passenger Train Number From
Raleigh to Norfolk.
THOUGH EXTENT OF THE DESTRUCTION IS
GREAT, NO ONE IS HURT IN ANY WAY
Two Passenger Cars Remained on Track and Were Not
Damaged--Tender Badly Damaged, but Engine Remains on
the and Baggage and Sent on
to recking Crew on the Scene.
Norfolk Southern train No. from
Raleigh to Norfolk was ditched one
a quarter miles from town Tues-
day morning just a few minutes after
it left the depot on Dickinson avenue
and one of the most destructive
wrecks on this road in recent years
is the result. The derailment
curred In a deep cut, and a place
where the cars and engine arc
most bidden from view.
Strange as it may seem, no one
was hurt. One looking upon the dis-
aster does not realize how It would
be possible for a wreck to
cur without some one being Injured
in some way, but not a single pas-
or a member train
crew received even much as a
scratch. The damage that was
will run to a high figure, though, of
course, the railroads equipment will
be pressed Into service to repair the
.-image.
The train consisted of four coaches
besides engine and tender. Of
these tho two passenger cars, which
were on the roar, remained on tho
track and wore undisturbed by the
wreck, the exception of tho
jolting that resulted. Tho en-
also remained on tho track,
was apparently not damaged In the
least. It remained coupled to the
tender, however, and could not be
removed until the arrival of the
wrecking crew.
The tender was tho worst smash-
ed up, perhaps, of any part of the
train. It was the first to strike the
defective track, and when the engine
was finally brought to a standstill,
it was nearly In n position to
run than in Its proper man-
Tho trucks on both ends were
torn from It, and the entire
car will have to be removed by the
big derrick before It will be brought
clear of the track. It was not
up at all, but will require con-
repairing.
Two baggage car and
mail thrown clear of tho
track, and one end of each was not
even left on the roadbed. The trucks
were knocked from under them, and
each plowed Into ground as though
falling into
Fifty or seventy-five yards or more
cf track are torn up. The cross ties
are rooted out of their positions, tho
rails are mostly bent or broken In
two, and none of them In position.
A new track will have to be laid for
the entire distance of the train, and
time will be required
for the clearing of the track.
Just what caused tho derailment
could not be learned this
The engineer stated to a
of The Reflector, who was upon
the scene, that he could not tell the-
cause. He said that there was not a
broken rail anywhere to be seen, and
that if derailment had been duo to
tho spreading of tho track tho
would been the to suffer,
whereas tho engine remained on tho
track. He said that It was due to
something that could not he accounted
for, and that no one could give any
plausible reason for the accident.
As soon as tho wreck happened an
engine and one car wore sent over to
the scene from but
could do nothing, and returned. Lat-
on In the day, however, another
train and several caps dispatch-
ed from that place, and the passengers,
baggage, mail, and express were trans
and carried on to their
nation. At the hour of going to press
this afternoon, the wrecking crew t
upon tho scene and every effort Is be-
made to have the track cleared by
night so that trains may able to
pass.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the
has this day qualified
administrator of the estate of T. L.
Williams, deceased, and all persons,
indebted to said estate hereby
requested to make Immediate settle-
with tho undersigned
and all persons holding claims
said estate, are hereby
fled, that are required to file
aid claims tho undersigned ad-
within twelve
from the dale hereof, or this notice
will plead In bar of recovery of
said claims
This the 3rd day of July, 1913.
DR.
Administrator of the of T. L.
Williams, deceased.
HARDING and PIERCE, Attorneys.
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WARRENTON HIGH SCHOOL
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First Class College School For Hoy a And Girls
Strong and experienced Faculty. This school furnished the
leader of the freshman class last year at College and
at tho University. Boarders under the Immediate supervision of
tho Principal,
Wisconsin Labor Federation
WAUSAU. WU. July large
and representative attendance of
marked tho opening here to-
day of the annual convention of the
W Federation o La-
The convention will continue
its sessions for four or five days,
which time numerous matters
affecting the interests of
labor be discussed.
It I inn Minister Sails for Home
YORK, July
Holler, Minister of Foreign
who has been making an ex-
tour of the United States,
sailed for homo Before his
ha declared himself high-
pleased with the results of his
visit to the United States and
ed his thanks for tho many public
and private courtesies that he had
received.
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
HA VS EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAY OF
LABOR, CAPITAL A N I
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
JOB A N D NEWSPAPER
PLANT.
agriculture I et the Healthful, the el JUn.
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE HUN-
AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE IN THE EASTERN
PART OF NORTH CARO-
I UNA AND INVITE THOSE
WHO WISH TO GET BET-
ACQUAINTED WITH
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
A BUSINESS WAY TO TAKE
FEW INCHES SPACE AND
TELL THEM WHAT YOU
VS TO BRING TO THEIR
ATTENTION.
OUR ADVERTISING
RATES ARE LOW AND CAN
BE HAD UPON
VOLUME
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Mill it M
PRETTY WEDDING
WAS SOLEMNIZED
Nuptials Early
Wednesday Morning
m people
Walker Performed
Misses Maude
Whichard Were
The
One of the prettiest weddings
tho season, and the chief social event
of the month In Greenville, was the
marriage at o'clock Wednesday
morning of Miss Verna Mac
and Mr. Cleveland Andrews,
the affair taking place at the beau-
home of tho bride on Pitt street.
Rev. J. J. Walker, pastor of the
Christian church, performed the
money which united for life one of
Greenville most charming young
women, one of tho most popular
out-of-town young men known in
Greenville.
The home was beautifully and
decorated with ferns and pot-
tho color scheme being
and green, and the two colors
being so arranged as to give a most
pleasing appearance. The ceremony
was performed in tho parlor of th
home, which was darkened by closed
blinds and drawn shades, the only
light being the mellow rays from a
dozen or more tallow candles that
had been placed In various parts of
the room. A bank of Terns In one
corner added to the ceremony
and a delightful freshness to
this mid-summer wedding.
The preacher took his place In front
of this Miss Ethel
Godfrey, of Elizabeth City, played
announcing the
of the bridal party. As tho
party entered, tho strains of
wedding march greeted them.
Miss Maude Sigmon. of Greenville, S.
entered tho room, dressed In
cloth trimmed In Irish
was followed by Miss
Whichard, a sister of the bride, who
gowned in beautiful White
covered with lace, each of the two
bridesmaids carrying pink asters.
Following came the bride an.
Upon reaching tho altar the
halted, tho ceremony
was performed. Tho was at-
tired in a beautiful tan traveling suit
with hat gloves to match, and
carried a beautiful bunch of
roses. Her many charming features,
and her very attractive manner ore
always noticeable, but never did she
look beautiful than this morn-
The ring ceremony was used
and the ceremony was performed be-
fore a large number of the friends
and relatives the two contracting
parties.
While the Ceremony was being per-
formed Godfrey played softly
en the piano of the
bridal party marched out of the room
to the strains of Mendelssohn's wed-
ding In the hall Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew for a few moments
to receive tho congratulations of
of Friend who wished them
a long and happy life.
waiting, and tho party
to the Norfolk Southern depot where
they boarded the westbound train for
where the bride groom
will spend their honeymoon of two
make
Miss was one of the most
widely known and most popular young
women of the town. She lived
In re for ninny years, and her charm-
A Barber
Shop in
New Hotel
A new barber shop, which is the
pear of any in town, and which is
more than any others In
town, has Just been opened up in I
of the store rooms in the new i
Proctor Hotel building. Tho barber
chairs arc some of tho very best
that on the market, and arc as
comfortable as any in town.
hot and cold running water has been,
installed, and no better barbers
to found hereabouts than those
employed here.
The shop, while Installed partly as
a convenience for the hotel trade. Is
being well patronized by the men of
the town. It is a credit to Greenville.
Is In a good location, and has every
prospect of being a success.
These Figures Show What
Fifteen Cent Tax Will Do
Comparative statement showing amount of taxes that would be paid
as per Tax Hooks of at each property and on
each poll.
By living in the town of Greenville
citizens living outside town of Greenville in Greenville township
railroads, express Co. and other corporations.
No polls listed in township, 1370 at
listed as per abstract
Property listed before corporation r
Total taxable property
Total taxes .
Of which citizens living in town would pay.
On . polls 237.15
On . property 2334.44
By those living outside of Greenville In Greenville township
On. polls 379.35
On . property 1399.29
By Railroads, Express Co. and other corporations
On . .
OF
2571.51
1778.64
1152.22
II COST
Attempt lo he Made in Washington,
to eliminate Middle Men
WASHINGTON, D. C, July
An attempt to reduce the high of
living by eliminating the middlemen
in moats and green groceries through
direct dealing with farmers, is to
made hero by a con
made here by a concern in which
several under the
administration officials. Plans
for the movement have been under
way for sometime, but actual opera-1
began only today. About
housewives, many of the
men of standing in social circles are i
associated with the movement in
co-operative and advisory capacity.
A preliminary survey of market j
conditions In Washington baa been
made and tho published statistics i
seems to place the responsibility for
the soaring prices upon the middle-1
man. Tabulation prices taken in I
corners of tho capital
profits ranging from to per
cent. These admittedly arc offset by
waste business costs.
Tim now movement proposes to
gather provisions from tho country-
Side with n fleet of motor trucks
deliver them to the kitchen doors In
settled boxes upon order given the
day before. Tho loaders of the move-
say they will pay the farmer
per cent more than ho now gets
and sell directly to consumers for
per cent less than they now pay.
Total taxes . 5502.45
I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement Is correct.
R. WILLIAMS, Auditor for Pitt County.
This docs not include polls or property listed since
Tux Hooks wore turned over to Sheriff.
Property listed before Co. i .
Polos listed before Co. Corn's W . 32.40
THE ABOVE FIGURES WERE RENDERED HY THE COUNTY
LOOK THEM OVER FOR YOURSELF AND DECIDE WHETHER
OUR STATEMENT AS TO WHAT FIFTEEN CENTS ROAD TAX WILL
DO IF APPLIED TO GREENVILLE TOWNSHIP, IS TRUE OR NOT.
NOTICE THE LARGE PERCENTAGE THAT THE TOWN AND
PAY. THEY HAVE BEEN PAYING THIS ALL ALONG.
SO WHY NOT LET THEM BUILD YOU GOOD ROADS AND RELIEVE
OF ROAD DUTY FOR ALL TIME IF THE FIFTEEN CENT
ROAD TAX THAT ARE NOW PAYING IS USED HERE FOR THE
BOND ISSUE AND NOT SPENT IN OTHER SECTIONS OF THE
COUNTY AS IS NOW THE CASE, THIS CAN BE DONE.
GREENVILLE TOWNSHIP OVER ONE THIRD OF ALL THE
ROAD TAX OF THE COUNTY AND TWO FIFTHS OF THIS IS DIS-
ALL OVER THE COUNTY, WHY NOT USE OUR OWN
MONEY HERE AT HOME AND GET THE BENEFIT OF GOOD ROADS
VOW WHILE LIVE THE BOND ISSUE IS THE WAY.
VOTE FOR BONDS AND PROSPERITY ON JULY THE 29th.
GREENVILLE TOWNSHIP GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION
W. W- Resigns and
Service of Norfolk
Southern
Walter Johnson, the Washington
star, has placed nine shutouts to his
credit so far this season.
Manage George Shillings thinks n
k-f giving tho Braves the
worst of It in his decisions on balls
end strikes.
characteristics known to
one. She was for tome time
of the faculty of Oxford Col-
and has taught in other
of tho state. Mr. Andrews is
n conductor on the Atlantic
Lino railway, and Is known to many
of the employees of the road as one
of the most popular young
men in tho entire service. After
pending their honeymoon in the west-
tin part of the state, Mr. and Mrs.
Andrews will at homo to their
friends at Weldon, North Carolina,
Three largo tables required
to hold all of tho beautiful
Wedding presents which wore re-
and which were only an
of the wide popularity of the
two young people. Greenville's
gain, and the letter town
Is to be congratulated upon the ac-
cession of a fine young woman
is Mrs. Andrews.
Announcement is made or the res-
of Mr. W. W, as
genera passenger agent of the Nor-
folk Southern railroad company, the
resignation to take effect
Mr. resigns from
service of the Norfolk Southern for
the purpose of accepting a Similar
position with tho
ham and Atlantic Railroad, hie
headquarters hereafter will be In
Atlanta, Ga.
During tho four years in which Hr.
has been in the service of
tho company which is leaving
the road made as much progress
It ever made In twice that much i
before. He is a progressive man
with progressive Ideas, and Is a
gentleman in the position which
he held. Ho was ala
he held. Ho was always interested
In tho duties of his position,
at his work when needed
The loss of the Norfolk Southern Is
the gain of the A. H. and A. and
best wishes of hundreds of friends
in Eastern North Carolina and In
will go with Mr. to his.
new work.
Rivers still thinks ho can de-
feat Willie Richie and is
for tho return bout.
aim Hartford,
have been running summer
shows and have met with consider-j
able success.
Play Ball Here Thursday
and
Two baseball have been
to be played in this town during
the remainder of the week, tho first
to be tomorrow with
; nil the other on Friday with Washing-
ton. will bring another
aggregation to Greenville,
will come Just as to win
she in the game that the locals
lost to them here last week. Tho
team will it usual lineup of
y players, and will well
ed for the contest when it la pulled
Off.
As to the game with Washington on
Friday, tho local fans believe
Greenville has the better end of It, At
least, they lay, the chances are in
favor of them, and they will do all in
their power to make it four out of live
name. The loss of the game of yes-
does not in any wise throw a
damper on their efforts, and It does
tint in the least them
They realize full well that their team
v as yesterday, that had
their entire bunch been on
tilings would likely have much
different.
Both games will be called at
o'clock in the afternoon of the own
on which they ate played.
of
recently purchased by the White
is batting over In the
American association.
Big Meeting is be Held
City
Fast And Exciting Game Was Lost
by Greenville
OUTLOOK VERY TEAM
Prominent Speakers Are On he
Train From
em To
Delegate
Representative and delegates from
every section of the state will gather
at City next week for the
gathering of tho North Car-
Good Roads Association. Every-
thing points to one of tho finest and
best conventions the association has
had, and tho officers are very
much encouraged over the splendid
outlook.
Any citizen of state may en-
list a-3 a member of tho good roads
association, and no requirements or
demands made upon him when
he hands In his name for membership.
More progress in tho way of
has been made In this state lit
the last five or ton years than in any
quarter of a century preceding that
time, and tho counties of the state
that have not issued bonds or that
have not caught any of the good roads
fever are not in the majority.
The following notice of the moot-
has sent out by Mr. Joseph
Hyde Pratt, the of the as-
The prospects that there will
be a most successful convention of
the North Carolina Roads As-
City July 31st
and August 1st. Among the speak-
will be Hon. John II. Small, con-
from tho Writ district;
Hon. H. L. Godwin, congressman
from tho Sixth district; Prof.
H. Blanchard from Columbia
New York city; Hon. Jesse
Taylor, president of tho Ohio Good
Roads Association, and
dent of the National Highways As-
etc. Arrangements have
been made by the chamber of com-
of city to give i
tho convention a surf party and fish
fry on the beach. The Southern Rail
Way Will operate n special train from
Western North Carolina to carry the
delegates to this convention, and the
other railroads offering special
rates.
Everyone who is interested In the
of Good Roads iii North Caro-
is most cordially invited at-
tend help to promote cause
throughout the length and of
JOSEPH HYDE PRATT,
Secretary.
Jilt. DAVIS HERE
One of Oldest of Greenville Men
I k In Town Today.
Mr. T. C. Davis, of Wilson, one of
the oldest of living men born in
Greenville, is in town today looking
over the scenes of his childhood days,
and shaking hands with friends. Mr.
Davis Is accomplished by a Mrs.
Woodard. Ho is old, and a
who is well remembered
by the older people of the town,
glad to see him back,
standing his ago. Mr. is hale and
hearty, and says that lie feels like a
much younger man.
Two Of Hot Player Were
The Team.- All Of
Sana Cum in The
First Inning
In a fast and interesting game
baseball played in Washington yes-
Greenville lost to the Wash-
laddies their borne grounds
by the narrow margin of to It
was an uphill fight for Greenville's
team from start to finish, since, due
to errors on the part of the team
and the weakening of in the
box. the home team scored lour runs
in the Brat inning. This, however,
was the last time they ever bad ,.
Chance to go around the Circuit, lot
tightened, and his team-
mates behind him closed in. and the
remainder of the game was
almost to perfection.
There were many things which
contributed to the defeat of th.
Greenville laddies, and one of the
principal of these was the absence
from their positions on the team
two of tho best men In the
These two players took a little
down the sound on
and on their way back got stuck in
tho mud and failed to get back in
time for the big show. An a result.
manager of th. local team had
to get his wires busy and get
men from Dine Town to come down
and help him out in the affair. These
players, of course, had never had ex-
Greenville team.
and were used to playing with
the new lineup and consequently
could not do as well as might
otherwise have done.
Barnes and the
that defeated Greenville here last
week when In r op
did the work for w
team. Those two players
from a battery which is about as
tear to being Invincible aw any
has bad to against this
year.
pitched a good game, but
was not as affective as in th--
with Washington. HI
only weakening was in
after that time he and
teammate tightened so well
there was nothing else
their opponent.
The score by Innings
.
Washington . I I
and
Barnes and
Market Problem d
CHARLESTON, S. C. July
Tho marketing of cotton was the
subject of discussion by
South Carolina State I
Ion, which began Its seventh annul I
convention today at the Isle of
President B, W. delivered th
address. Other prominent
speakers were Commissioner
the f-nth Carolina department
agriculture and Dr. Knapp.
.-head of tho farm demonstration Work
the States department
agriculture meeting will con-
w.
Pitcher William Phillips. Jr. the
of
Phillips, is working out with his
Indianapolis team In the
league.
Henry W. Warren,
the Methodist
died in Denver. Born In
Mass., Jan. 1831.


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Eastern reflector, 18 July 1913
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