Eastern reflector, 24 April 1914






Strong
Serviceable, Safe.
THE most reliable lantern for
farm use is the R It is
made of the best materials, so that
it is strong and without
being heavy and awkward.
It gives a clear, strong light. Is easy
to light and re wick. It won't blow
out, won't leak, and wont smoke.
It is an expert-made tern. Made
in various styles and size s. There is a
for every requirement.
At Dealers Everywhere
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington. D. C.
Richmond. Va.
Norfolk. Va.
BALTIMORE
ton, W. Va.
Charleston. S. C
STOMACH TROUBLE
FOR FIVE YEARS
Majority of Friends Thought Mr.
Hughes Would Die, But
One Helped Him to
Recovery.
Ky. In interesting ad-
rices from this place, A. J. Hughes
writes as was down with
stomach trouble for five years, and
would have sick headache so bad, at
limes, that thought surely I would die.
I tried different treatments, but they
did not seem to do me any good.
got so bad, could not eat or sleep,
and ail my friends, except one, thought I
would die. He advised me to try
and quit
taking oilier- medicines. I decided to
take his adv ice, although did not have
any
I have low been taking
tor three and it has cured me
haven't hid those awful sick headaches
since using it.
I am id thankful for what Black-
la done
has been
found a y valuable medicine for de-
stomach and liver. It
is composted of pure, vegetable herbs,
contains id dangerous ingredients, and
acts et surely. It can be freely
used by ;. rig and old, and should be
kept in family chest
Get a today.
Only jg
TO CREDITORS.
Having qualified as
tor of ford, deceased
late of Pitt county, this is to
all persons having claims
against the estate of the said de
ceased to exhibit to the
within twelve months
from this data, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their
All persons indebted to said
estate will please make immediate
payment.
This the 6th. day of March
w. Crawford.
Administrator.
I hi
BES
Sale Real Estate.
virtue s power of cont
ed and delivered by W L.
wife, Annie to
Manning, dated 30th day of September
and duly recorded in the Regis-
office Pitt county, in book d
page will on
Monday the 20th day of April. 1914
to public sale before the court
house door iii Greenville the highest
bidder for cash the lot
ed tract or panel of land, to wit;
in township.
Pitt county. North Carolina
Ho- of Peter's Run whore it
enters Into Crock and ran
thence a straight line the
month of Marl branch thence up
various courses of said branch to a
W. corner, then.
with said s line north
west 4-8 poles to a stake, walnut
tree stump, thence south 2-S weal
poles to a Make on the great Con
creek near a small
down the various courses of said
creek to the beginning, containing
acres more or This sale if
made to satisfy the terms of said
gage This the day of
March, 1914.
GREEN MANNING, Mortgagee
By I. Ange. Assignee.
HARDING A PIERCE,
3-20-ltd
Notice
The undersigned qualified
as administrator of w. II.
deceased, late of Pill county, North
Carolina this is to notify all per-
ons having claims against the
said deceased to exhibit them t
the undersigned on or before the 6th
day of April. 1916, or this notice
be plead ill liar of their recovery. Al.
persons Indebted to said estate
please make Immediate payment.
HIGH
Administrator
HARDING PIERCE, Attorneys.
ltd
MONEY SAVED
by The J. I. Case Tobacco Transplanter.
Great saving time and labor, increase in yield per Set your
plants when wait for rain. Each plant watered at the
roots, covered with dry earth-no Every necessary
for every purpose, desired. Come and see machines e you
buy, built right, works right, wears right, and prices right,
is best made
N. C, Feb. in. 1914.
Messrs. Hart ft Hadley,
Greenville. N. C.,
In regard to the J. I. Case
Transplanter will say; that I am
pleased with it. I couldn't ask for
one to work any better and it was just
as you represented it to be. It worked
to perfection and I am satisfied it
me several hundred dollars.
I set my entire crop of seven acres
With it and it was dry weather when
I set it. I used six barrels of water
setting. I set some parts of
per acre and got a perfect stand the
rows all through my patch by hand
Just to try it and I found that that
which I set with he Transplanter grew
better the season through. I also set
some for several of my neighbors an
they say that theirs grew than
that they set by hand, and they are
begging me to set theirs for them the
coming season. I also have friends
a distance of n miles from
who want me to set their crop for
them.
can't say much for your ma-
chine wouldn't without one
for Five Hundred Dollars and as to
your services. couldn't ask for bet-
Yours truly.
JESSE. SMITH.
HART HADLEY,
HARDWARE
NORTH CAROLINA
Grain Privileges
Make Your Paint
YOU WILL SAVE PER GAL.
THIS IS HOW
Buy gals. I. A M. SEMI-MIXED It PAINT.
at r gal.
And gals. Linseed Oil to mix it
You then make gals, of pure
It's only gal.
Anybody can mix the OIL with t. PAINT.
Whereas, if you buy gals. paint in
CANS, you pay in a gal. or
The or REAL PAINT is WHITE LE
ZINC and LINSEED OIL.
Use a gal. out any yon buy-, i the best
paint made, return the paint and get ALL- your back.
J. J MOVE. , C
KN CO SHOW
CO- g. c
NOTICE
Having qualified as executors of
Harriet L. Ross deceased, lute of Pitt
County North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of the said deceased,
exhibit them to the undersigned
within twelve months from this date,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment
This April 18th,
Joshua Rosa
O. A. Ross
Executors.
IN WHEAT.
Puts and calls are safest and
surest method of trading in wheal
in or Because your loss is
absolutely limited to the amount
bought. No further risk.
Positively the most profitable way
Of trading.
Open an account. You can
puts or calls on 10.000 bushels
for or you can buy both
for or as many more as you wish
An advance or decline of cent gives
you the chance to take profit.
A movement of cents profit.
Write for full particulars and bank
references.
R.
Columbus, Ohio.
Address all mail to Lock Box 1420.
G and Son,
Attorneys.
Id Star.
NOTICE.
My son. Luther Barrett, age
left homo and refuses to
return. All are forbidden
to hire him unless his wages are
paid to me.
ROSA BARRETT
Having qualified as administrator of
Edwards, deceased late of Pitt
N. C this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate.
She. said deceased to exhibit them to
the undersigned within twelve months
from this date, or this notice will be
leaded in bar of their recovery. All
parsons Indebted to said estate
lease make immediate payment.
This April 1914.
J. H.
Administrator
F. O. SON Ally
YOKE OXEN
weight about HOC pounds, ages six or
broke.
O. T.
Greenville N. C.
S law w Route
THE DAY'S WORK
Does it seem that
you could not get your
work Do you constantly
fed like lilting down Per-
yawn continually.
Then
Tim's Pills
Became your Ever is sluggish
and be to ac-
it druggist's,
sugar coasted or plain.
For of our
patroon hr drives to town, our
bun- -i. II will be open
every Saturday from a. to S.
p. m.
On Monday the 4th day of May 1914
will sell public auction before tho
court house door in Greenville the fol
lowing real estate said is made .
satisfy the taxes due town of
Winterville for the year 1913 on the
same. This the 6th day of April 1914
C.
Tax Collector.
Mrs I lot
lot
Wiley Downs lot
P. locust lots
T. C. Nelson lot
Williams lot
1.60
Ma
Notice.
I up stairs of Baker
opposite W. S. Flem
store for purpose of
inK and furniture
faction
Phone L. C.
Notice
Having qualified as executors of H.
Cannon, deceased, late of
North Carolina, this Is to notify ill
persons having claims against the es-
of said deceased to present thorn
to the within twelve
months of this date or this notice will
be pleaded n bar of their recovery.
All indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment. This
the 9th day of April
B. CANNON
J. B. CANNON.
F G. SON, ltd
THE FARM
Basil of all
LIME
it the In of ail good Write far
by the beat m the
Stairs on on the Farm, and get price
of tat lime. earth.
etc. A will you
POWHATAN LIME CO.
STRASBURG VIRGINIA
Application for
Notice is hereby given that on the
day of April 1914 or as soon thereafter
as in convenient to Governor,
application will be presented to
Governor for the pardon of Willis
Pitt who was convicted at the August
term 1913 of the superior court of Pitt
county of the larceny of some
gathered corn In the field and
ed to six months on the roads of Pitt
county. This day of
1914.
JULIUS
S. J.
Will Pitt,
Notice and Advertisement
For Union.
Stale North Carolina,
The undersigned having been
pointed and duly qualified as
tor of the estate of A. Patrick, de
ceased, all persons having claims
against said estate are
to exhibit same before me on
or before 30th day of March
1915, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of recovery. All persons in-
to said estate will please make
immediate payment This day
of March 1914.
W. J. KITTRELL,
Executor of the last will and
of P. A. Patrick, deceased
Grifton. N. C
I North Carolina.
put County
In the Superior Court
Publications of Summons,
G. K.
Atlantic Coast Line Com-
New York Central and
son River Railroad Company, Old
Dominion Steam Ship Company an I
Clyde Line Steamship Company.
The defendants, New York Central
and Hudson River Rail Road Company
and tile Old Dominion Steamship
Company will take notice that an
action entitled above, has been
Commenced in the Superior Court o
Pitt County, for the collection of
damages arising by the delay In
tho shipment of one certain angina
shipped to O. E. Harriss, Greenville,
North Carolina, by Motor Co.,
of New York, on or about
March 3rd., 1913. by way of the New
York Central and Hudson River
road company, the Old Steam
ship Company and the Clyde Line
Steamship Company; and the said de-
will further notice that
they are required to appear at
next term of the Superior Court of
Pitt County to be held on the 11th,
day after tho 1st Monday in March,
it being the day of May, 1914, at
the Court House of said County, in
Greenville, North Carolina and ans-
or demur to the complaint of the
plaintiff in said action, or the plain-
tiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in said complaint.
This 11th day of April. 1914.
C. MOORE,
Clerk Superior Court Pitt Co.
A. T. D. C.
HARDING PIERCE, Attorneys.
ltd
to Creditors.
whereas a decree of the
court of Pitt county, made by his
P. A. Daniels, Judge Presiding
March term. 1914, Pitt county super-
court in that certain special ac-
i entitled J H. vs. I. J.
J. -S. was appointed
receiver of of Tripp, Hart 4-
Company and was authorized by said
decree of the court to take possession
collections or all kinds, notes
gages and claims of whatsoever
due to the Tripp. Hart Com
and rolled the same as
as practicable.
Notice is hereby given to all per-
sons tho firm of Tripp.
Hart Company to make immediate
settlement J. S. Ross, receiver,
and all persons having against
the Arm of Tripp, Hart Company
are hereby requested to tile
claims with Bald receiver. This the
26th day of March, 1914.
J. S. ROSS,
It. Receiver of Tripp. Hart Cc
Notice.
Having duly qualified as
tor on the estate of Worthing
ton deceased. is hereby given to
all persons having claims against said
estate to present them to me properly
authenticated on or before the V
day March 1916 or this notice will
be plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
make immediate payment to me. This
day of March 1914.
R. A. WORTHINGTON
on the of
deceased. 3-31 Id
PATENTS
I i
I,, or
SEARCH
mi . i. m
PATENTS BUILD PORT.
-N t
y in t
Writ
D. SWIFT It CO.
k.
Seventh St., Washington, D. C. I
Meal T. Forbes for Sheriff.
Although many good candidates are
out for this office we would like to
name one for this place, that man
T, He is no stranger
to the people of this county having
been born and raised among us.
farmer by profession, ho has made
good in every line of work ho has
undertaken. He Is sober and reliable
and worthy in way to fill this
office If elected he make Hi
ideal officer and the county would
make no mistake In electing him Io
this office.
A DEMOCRATIC VOTER
Pitt county. April
ltd It w.
to Creditors.
Having duly qualified before the
Superior court clerk of Pitt county
as executor of the estate of E. A.
Sr deceased, notice is
given to all persons Indebted to the
estate to make immediate payment
to the undersigned; and all persons
having claims against said estate are
notified to present the same to tho
for payment or before
March 1915 or this notice will b
plead in the bar of their recovery.
This 1st day of April 1914.
J. L. CARPER,
Executor of the estate of B. A.
Sr. deceased.
Leaks are often detected where they
are least expected. Sometimes in Pill
county.
Bale of
Owing to the recent death of Prof
W. II. necessitating tin-
breaking up of his family, the mar
of bis daughter, Miss In
Mr. John It. Carroll, which had been
announced for Juno 3rd, will take
place on the afternoon of April 28th.
In Memorial Baptist church.
We are Informed that arrangement-
are about completed to commence tie
Monument Campaign Fund.
Is Skin
Clear a a
i. h. with
P. H MM t-I H
I Ml i
W ran
Ha A
a .
CO.
.
, I
IS THE
HEART OF EASTERN
CAROLINA. IT HAS
A POPULATION OF FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
iND ONE. AND IS
ROUNDED BY THE BEST
FARMING COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES OF ALL
KINDS ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HAVE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAY OF
LABOR, CAPITAL A N D
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
A N D NEWSPAPER
PLANT.
Agriculture I. Bast the Healthful, the a.,,,
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE HUN-
AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE IN THE EASTERN
PART OF NORTH CARO-
LINA AND INVITE THOSE
WHO TO GET BET-
ACQUAINTED
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
BUSINESS WAY TO TAKE
FEW INCHES SPACE AND
TELL EM WHAT YOU
HAVE TO BRING TO THEIR
ATTENTION.
OUR ADVERTISING
ARE LOW AND CA V
BAD UPON
C, FRIDAY ft, PHI
m ii.
Give Instructions For Us S
Withdraw
From Mexico City
Marines Drives Fed- We Vote They
Gamblers Heavily Fined
By Judge Daniels Today
Criminal Court Moves On at Rapid Pace.
Pollard Case is First on Docket I
Morning
at Distance About
Are Dying In
Miles Out of Vera the Cry of Senator Reed Hearing
. Of the Killing of American Marines at
. S. Hag NOW Floats VeraCruz
Over Custom House.
to
WASHINGTON, April, 82.8.-00 P. issued
to the United Stales this afternoon to withdraw charge
from Mexico City. He also instructed the Mexican
charge to leave Washington at once and return to Mexico. It is be-
from this that Huerta is preparing to declare war.
WASHINGTON, D. C. April P. depart-
received information from Admiral Fletcher shortly after noon
today that he had complete control of Vera Cruz after a battle lasting
up to early noon. of lives or damage done was not given, but
he stated that the had retreated from Vera Cruz to a distance
of about fifteen or twenty miles of the city.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April Wilson an
today that United States would not fire another shot
against the Mexicans unless some overt act of Huerta compelled them
to. The President also stated that he expected fighting of yesterday
and today would bring the Federal leader to his senses.
WASHINGTON, C., April A. M. Congress to-
day placed the Mexican hostilities in absolute charge of the President.
Resolutions declaring war is expected soon to follow.
EL PASO, Texas. April A. received here
today from Northern Mexico, being near here is to the effect that
twelve hundred Mexicans had recruited and reported that they
wen ready to go in service against the United States.
WASHINGTON, April is rumored among the
officials at the Capital that it is the belief that Charles
has been assassinated as nothing hits been heard from him since
Monday.
VERA April A. combined fleets
Admirals Fletcher and Badger started the bombardment of Vera
Cruz about eight o'clock this morning and is continuing at this time.
VERA CRUZ, April P. received
here from the officials in Washington to turn over the bodies of the
dead marines to their families.
What a Voter to Say.
Mr. don't know how it
In In your town, bat up we
had several to announce
for office that are going to lose
Of
I am glad that cur are look-
on any one can and will no.
pay debts with contempt I
if you want to respected
these days you had better act the
honest part.
Storied Fight
tonight denied tho
report that the tents were set
on fire by the militia. Ho also re.
Iterated that wan
WASHINGTON. C, April .
on the of the ad-
ministration Mexican resolution he-
fore morning, the Senate at
was in the midst of a grave and
passioned debate. Ultimate passage or
the resolution as reported by the for
Relations Committee general
conceded. The House had
ed until o'clock in the morning
await the Senate's action.
Silence Is Solemn.
reports of the engagement
at Vera Cruz bad filtered to the
when the Senate resumed its
at o'clock. four Amen
dead in Vera Cruz, the twenty
wounded, and the two hundred
reported killed in the taking of
city became the text of the talk,
mentioned hushed voices, and greet
ed with a solemn silence throughout
Senate Chamber, to
Cabinet in
A full quorum of th House of Rep-
crowded the rear of th,
Senate hall. Secretary of State Bryan
himself often referred to debate,
Secretary of War Garrison, Secretary
the Navy Daniels. Postmaster Gen
Secretary of the Treas
and Secretary to the
President sat about
They listened eagerly and held
whispered conferences as the discus-
progressed. The diplomatic gal-
was rilled with members of the
corps, with Ambassador
of Great their
head.
The Republican side of the
led by Senator Root, demanded that
the proposed In the res-
for a movement In force
against Mexico be founded not on th;
Incident but on the long
series of outrages against American
citizens and their property, Including
the outrages where
control.
Senator Reed and James vigorously
defended the committee resolution de
during the Insult to the flag at Tam-
Justified all that resolution
provided for.
Atmosphere In Tease
As the night wore on, and Senator
after Senator demanded an
to be heard, the atmosphere in the
Chamber grew more and more tense.
Senator Fall made a lengthy plea for
a campaign that would cover the
th and breath of Mexico.
At a recent meeting of the Sans
Hook Club, it was voted, in case
the proposed plan for Pitt County
Hospital materialized, to furnish a
room for the use of charity
Twenty-Six Men, Women and
Children Are Killed In
Battle With Coal Miners
Col., April known
death list of men, women and
children a maximum possibly of
fifty dead, a result of tho battle
at Monday, between State
troops and striking local miners
ed Colorado tonight to a
tension.
of armed men from Fremont
county and from near Denver going
to reinforce six hundred or more
strikers now at Ludlow presaged re-
of armed violence at any
moment.
The fund la raised, now let the work
start on the monument.
band of Greek strikers
Louis
The soldiers were out i
their camp by bullets, according to
the officer. Later, said, the
attacked Lieut. de.
A spinster got married at the age
of in Boston the day. which
proves that the watchful waiting pol-
icy sometimes gets results
Mil
The discharge of four train crews
of the Colorado and Southern Rail,
road for refusing to take trains
soldiers and ammunition from Trial.
dad to Ludlow caused talk of a strike
by and trainmen.
Call Extra Session
officials waited the
authority of Governor
now to call a special
session of the Legislature to
funds for the State militia and
for dealing with the situation.
Late tonight it was the urgent de-
sire of officials that
the extra session be called, for in It
they professed to see the beginning
and end to the labor dispute.
Trinidad Horror
TRINIDAD, Colo, April With
seven identified dead In Trinidad
morgue and missing and reported
dead, the toll of yesterday's battle be-
tween state troops and strikers at and
near Ludlow probably will reach
Among those reported missing arc
The ease called at this morn-
session of criminal court was a
recall of the trial of tour
on Monday were arraigned
and lined each. Judge Daniels
stated at Hi. re opening that the
was recalled on account of a com
I ion he received yesterday
. one the number had i
conducting a gambling house for some
time Several new witnesses were
this morning, several as to
the character of the defendant and
three for the state, n resulted in s
fine of two of the nun
while the oilier members of the
Of lawbreakers paid and
each In addition lo Ibis the
court threatened a road sentence
the one accused of conducting the
Tuesday Afternoon
Clifton Newton arraigned on the
charge of larceny, pleaded guilty
was sentenced to four years hard labor
in the state penitentiary.
John Grimes. Hen Bell and John BU
ton for gambling. continued
as to Grimes and Bell's bond renewed.
Station pleaded guilty and Judgment
was suspended upon payment of cost.
The Judgment rendered yesterday
In the ca of Carl Byrd for
was stricken out and another given
for the defendant to be I
in the county Jail for a term of twelve
months with lease to hire to Mr. J
R. upon payment coal
Richard Johnson paid a fine of
on the charge of assault with
deadly weapon.
Pate, gambling Kearney
ed guilty and fined and coat
and continued as Io Parker and
Pate.
diaries Daniels charged with resist
. i r pl guilty and is sent
I to the county roads for a term of
months.
Underwood sent to prison
for twelve months for assault
weapon He is to be hired out
Mr. m. Lawhorn upon pa;
men costs.
Wilbur Sugg, carrying concealed
weapons, pleads guilty, Judgment
defendant be Imprisoned for a term
twelve months with leave to be hired
to Mr. it. a. Nichols upon
and
Monroe carrying concealed
weapons, pleads guilty and judgment
i suspended upon payment of costs,
I. Marshall to Address Editor.
FORT April Tb
annual meeting of the Florida Press
Association began here today and will
continue until Friday. Vice President
Thomas K. Marshall has accepted an
invitation to address the members of
the association tomorrow.
Torpedo Boat Launched.
BATH, Me. April torpedo
boat destroyer was launch-
ed at the yards of her builders here
today. The christening ceremony was
performed by Miss Margaret Le
ton of New York, granddaughter of
the late Rear Admiral David
for when the vessel was named
Parcel Post Packages
Received at And Sent From
Local in Days
Though not quite month,
ago. the post business of the
government has developed enormous,
and larger all the time. It
is a great convenience both to the bus
men and the general mass of
people, in rural as well as in urban
districts, more and more they are
taking advantage of its benefit.
To ascertain the extent to which the
parcels post is being used, the
master general last month issued
order to postmasters throughout th.
country to keep a record of packages
handled during the first fifteen days
of April We have seen the figures
for the local and It remark
able that so large an amount of
parcels post is handled In Greenville.
In the fifteen days parcels came
to this office. Of these 1606 were de.
from the windows and boxes
of the office on the six rural de
where, regardless of district, at i
cent per ounce, Heavier packages in
the local zone are f cents for
pound and one tor h addition
two in the and second
zones, a radios Of miles, cents
or the first pound and c. in for each
additional pound; in the third
BOO miles, ii cents the pound
and I cents for eat additional pound,
in the fourth wine. miles, cents
for pound and cents for
each additional pound; in th. fifth
zone, miles. S cents for the
pound an I for additional
pound; In the sixth zone, 1.400 miles,
cents for firs and rent
each i in tho
miles, It cents for
the first pound and cents for each
additional pound; in the eight
eluding all United States possessions
I- cents a pound.
to have been suffocated by the
fire that destroyed the strikers
Tho list of known Injured consists of
three soldiers brought to to-
day. Trinidad tonight was horror-
stricken by reports of number of
women, children and
who lost their then tn the fight and
In the fire that followed.
were trapped without a
chance of said John
non, president of district fifteen.
ed Mine Workers of America.
mm m i
win
cry. In came days par-
wars mailed here to go else
where Of these were for the local
zone, for the first zone, for th I
second zone, tor the third zone
for the fourth zone, for tho fifth
zone I for the sixth zone and one for
eight zone.
Many people, when they try the par-
post the first time, express
at the low rates. For in.
stance, packages not exceeding four
ounces In weight can be sent any.
are insured up Io In
value for an additional of
or to for cents. Packages can
be sent C. O. by adding a fee of
cents to tho postage, fee also
covering Insurance.
Packages weighing as mu. h .- I
are accepted for the Aim amt
second zones, while the is
to pounds all other zones.
The privilege has also been extended
to . numerous articles that at
first were restricted from these low
rates.





THE CAROLINA HOME
and FARM and EASTERN
REFLECTOR
Published by
lac
O. J Editor.
CAROLINA
i it of m-
la hopes for th-
also th ground hog
run . him
of charity is worth
I baa ., ton of
Delinquent Tax List
For 1913
i an would
called an carrier.
Then- is no tomorrow on the
of the chap who things
there as a lit.- Insurance .
.-
in
rates ma; be bad
at business
Reflector comer . . , , , , .
sad A a
All cards of milk human kindness has soured
respect will be I at
town usually basal as invest.-. man must acknowledge he I
sent per
will be at
cents per line, up to fifty hues
as second
August 1810. St the post a
Greenville, Carolina undo
set of March i.
FRIDAY. APRIL
Detective Bums
tins a lot of advertising out of th
Prank murder
Not the riddle of Hi
think
Mexico
have day levied on the fol
lowing described Real Estate to
satisfy the taxes due to state o
o , Carolina and the county of
A man that will knock his There is one thing sure, a bald for the year and
Real Estate so levied on will be sold
at the court house door in the town
cf Greenville. N. C. on Monday th
4th day of May. 1914 at o'clock
unless said taxes and legal
arising from the failure
to pay the same within the time re
by law, are paid by that dale
t. I. Sheriff.
TOWNSHIP
An Atlanta paper announce
Mexican peace is at band. Important
if true.
. out on top
It is said that talk is cheap. II ton
; that just try a lawyer in
Greenville,
are were crying, for warm
weather now that it is here, what are
going to do about that spring
WHITE
the newspapers.
Affinity Bade lays they hare wrecked
his career.
Beware of the chaps who borrow Clyde acres
quarter and pays it back promptly, he I .
has discovered it is beat
o . a too high horse
may touch you a couple of dollars
Drown lot
16.03
11-05
is his to th
-phi,. is, i Sam is not bluffing.
you want any to sue
reed ii iii grand old county
Pitt,
Queen Marys umbrella is more lam
and more authoritative
George's scepter, and is worthy to
rank with lug stick.
IS
state w
r of suffragettes for service h
M,
dark must have got
mix d, He should have
that h on 1st
Pare or travel on air ship
according to Some
our Friends is liable lo
walk rate
The Illinois liquor Interests
they had gone in more extensive
th- uplift Instead the downfall.
i-n i it The
fund is raised, and it
done in three day.
the matter with those street
scrapers it- good time, as well at
being needed so much, to use them.
A cording to reliable description.
Senator Hoot in a gentleman, a scholar
a statesman and an expert, judge of
handwriting on the wall.
Citizens Illinois who think them
selves for a job in
States senate as a rule feel more like
statesmen than they look.
That Iowa youth who tried In
G. B, Cherry lot .
Guard.
Acres Home.
W Forbes acres
.
J. K. James acres
I. H. lot M
J. W Perkins acres
pen i .
lot
lot
lot
lot Res
l lot Adams . .
A ks I lot Res
i Strati
David G. Sermons acres
Sermons
J. W. U acres Patrick it
IV H Bi res
J A. Gardner and AM
acres
J. B. acres creek
Q. Moore acres
I Jacob Brown Town lot
Stephen town lot
2-45 John D. Cox Town lot
j. w. Cox Town lots
and acres 9.63 Mamie Chapman Town lot
J and wife
acres
A. I. Patrick town lot
J W. Perkins
C H Stokes
I. C. Stokes acres Savage
HA Wall 1-2 acres
K. V. Cannon acres Cannon
Clarice Durham 3-4 acres
Richard Little acres
Susan acres
Jot Venters acres
Wash Wilson acres
j Jordan Harden acres
Darden acres
19.25 Daniels S seres
Aaron Town
Alfred town lot
R M Johnson Town lot
13.33
Noah town lot
Sampson Kittrell I Town lot
4.11
Irvin Knox 1-4 acre
J. F. Locus ; Town lots
Richardson Town lot
ks I Smith acres
I I K TOWNSHIP
Mrs. A. V. Carr lot
R. A. G. W. Darden lots
Ashley Dudley lots
M. Dupree lot
A. H. Joyner lot
C C. Joyner lots
Cornelius Joyner acres
Mrs acres
II. Morrow lot
Mrs Alice lot
J. T. Windham est lot
G. W. Windham lot
Windham 1st
7.21
15.59
4.73
2.40
7.46
17.11
7.7
20.52
16.44
17.61
KM TAX LIST.
from page
Air ships ascend a dial pound girl might have
speed but they all it ground succeeded had h- taken a motor k
with the
same result.
and usually instead of
a mere horse
and
COLORED
Travis Allen lot Pitt St.
John Jr. lot Patrick
Allen g acres Home
Reuben Clark l lot Council
In, Daniel I lot First St.
W. may not as the
dent Mill V . Still
unlimited i i
When he saw nobody was try.
ins to stop him. Gov Tex
i h. would in
Another gold mi has bi n
to Peary, an I where ill Mr
Where are the civic leagues. Bel
ti r look and lei the grass and
gel again A stitch in Mm
saves nine
On n are y who a
than any lie
force; that thoughts
world.
Now the Confederate
and city delivery of mails are
lei keep on the and
i The President says he i.- aft
the Mexican government but w. H lot Clark BI
The dictator must be a power Frank lot Lane
ml man that it require., all IT. Edward Fleming I lot Ravine
. II. K. Foreman lot Pitt St.
Mm s Navy to .
Foreman lot 13th St.
John F. Greene lot Mill
The Atlantic steamed out o Ada Hemby lot Perkins
at noon. Thai Jane l lot Pitt Si.
sounds like business, but gee. it Harris D Lane
,, Andre Hopkins I acre
lake them a week to net into
I Dock Cook la sardonically start erection of the hospital
gnaw a ,.
Th- New
women la I
there's going to V
some talking done and it he
cheap r
can count on Pin county do
things right in time, and .
she is going make amends for no
sooner erecting a Confederate
The Federals knew which side I bell
President Frank a Worn
Association In Berlin, German
Alcoholism states
are drunkard in Germain. I I,
these being women.
Hurry up. ball
We'll G ill-
h a half give s i
Tie- boy. need tie coin.
inn gal things in and help
iii-m out by giving ,, half holiday so
every on- can go
If the Hoard Aldermen
pass an ordinance forbidding the
driving of automobiles In the
on Sundays n would increase the
will heal his record Of lust season
bread was buttered when the report
, , too. the baseball world is
reached them six American
peeling Joe to do
vessels were th
Mexican waters
Nathan lot Green St.
Charlie Jackson lot B Lane
Sum Joyner lot First St.
Ida Jones lot First St.
Henry Knox I lot First St.
Robert King and wife lot
Clark St
i hit st.
Virginia King i 1-4 Lucas
Res
I it Lane
Lizzie lot Clark St.
I lot Clark St
Mattie K. King lot C
William Lilly lot Green St.
the Washington Americana Little acres Brown
J I Lang lot First St
waters, and probably by that tune the;
will have to answer for several more
insults. Go after them Sam. but
be sure to keep them
A Paris says inject sugar
will saw- when suffering from
lean trouble, looks like
would be sweet to save one from
inc
Who knows but what Waiter Jehu
of
6.12
6.63
6.46
4.89
5.98
5.98
15.43
B.
4-41
7.06
0.57
It
Eastern Carolina they all
resemble dead beside this
of inns
No doubt it may be hard
understand somethings from this
side the pond, bill we notice ii re
quired rack a short while for him
translate Sams demands a- A ,,. ,.
the stars and stripe. woman wonders j, the second tip. ,
he as hot as the
K. ports are to the another
carnival is headed this way Now
dear, kind Messrs Hoard of Aldermen
please stop it before it reaches the
limits. We have been
amused with all such attractions of
Little lot
lot
l lot Perry
l lot Perry
A In Greenville last nigh i
said that after visiting other cities Sum Mooring acres Shivers
4.89
7.10
6.18
church
rices two fold
at th. morning
An article appearing in another
Today is the date set the
of Frank, but according
Some weeks ago the ladies
Kings I laughters presented to the
merchants of Greenville a petition ask
them to close their places of
at seven o'clock in the evenings
It was signed by a majority and even
though it has been only about Hire.
weeks since I hey made their agree
Andrew Moore lot Pitt St.
Frank Norris lot 13th St.
Charlie Patrick lot Patrick St 2.67
William Redmond lot Reade St. 5.30
l lot Fleming 2.67
Katharine Smith acres 3.81
Patrick Smith acres
Miles Short lot St. 1.10
Mary Thigpen lot C. W 3.14
Noah Teel lot Ravine
Amanda Wilkes acres 6.37
W. H. Wilkinson lot 20.10
Wells and Mill Plant 10.59
Wells and Ivy lot 10.59
Tom Atkinson lot 7.65
Robert Atkinson lot 10.68
Battle lot 3.12
Olympus I. lot 13.67
lie hard lot 2.40
Willie Chestnut lot 16.14
Lory lot
Richard Gay I lot
Daniel Gay lot 8.45
Austin I lot 17.19
Matilda lines I lat
John Johnson I lot III
Will Joyner. Sr lot
Joyner lot 6.71
John Joyner lot 14.50
Joyner lot 6.32
Oscar Joyner lot
A. L. Joyner lots
Joyner acres 2.16
John lot 2.40
John 2.4
John II. May lot 7.0
Lela lot
Louis Philips 2.97
Jim Pollard lot 6.2-i
William lot 3.57
Nathan Saunders, Sr. 16.32
Henry Jr. I lot 9.14
Julia Vines I lot
Abner Ward lot
Wallace lot 6.93
Sam Williams 4.11
Williams
Norris Tucker Town lot
James Town lot
Amos Williams Town lot
Jess Adams acres
HA. Boyd acres
W. L. F. Corey acres
acres
J. R. Haddock acres
W. L. Hudson acres
W. F. Harding acres
Adam Mills acres
J. C. Nobles acres
Gus Sutton seres
James Turnage acres
H. F. acres
COLORED
Isaac Bell acres
J. O. Smith acres
Bill Smith acres
acres
TOWNSHIP
Jesse Clark 3-4 acres
Frank Johnson acre
Billy Warren acres
Frank Battle acre
Jim acres
Ben Dunn acres
West acres
I'M TOMS I Mill .
acres
J. D. acres 12.3.
Mrs Margarette Mason acres 9.46
BEAVER DAM
W If, B Brown acres
J. T. acres
It. Smith acres
It. T. J. Willoughby 1-3
acres 2.95
COLORED
Nobles acres
4.51
1.90
Ltd
3.31
18.12
1.11
2.25
Williams acres
James It acres
C. C. acres
K. A. Hill acres
Moses Little acres
J. Bert Little 1-2 acres
Mitchell acre
John J Bedding acres
Thad acres
K. Wilson res
TOWNSHIP
Carr Heirs
I and Stamper acres
Newton
J, It. Gay ST acres
are some hare fallen W, H Henderson acre.
this signed , he will not go to lb hack into the old channel of W. Lane acre.
ion la certainly good, timely advice , today. If the court refuses from to It is not justice In L Lang acre
those who becoming annul death sentence and Frank the clerks in your employ, and then Bruce Moseley acres Pitt
for the different county hat to pay penalty upon cm too. you are losing instead of gaining
An honest is one loved and given by the Janitor to the good will and patronage of the
r -p. i-d by all pi
Over iii our neighboring town
sen ill- la la found ll
lo go other lilies to get a
our mind it is a of injustice, public
one that the courts of Q rich .-
i. ashamed. ,
I F. acre
M Owen acre
w R. Owen acre
Change that tie J B acres
columns of the News Observer
declamation, recitation, recently contained
force lo serve people In n athletic contests among wife. a woman moil, y I
a way We blame high s. of the northeastern win furnish rest
neighbor because that is. way North Carolina held hero Hanrahan. c The exchange
you other cities and on the and In the states the old reliable has no.
accused of upholding the mall or Baal Carolina Teacher, been able to record his
business
K T. Thigpen acres
W II res
drove
Mr
I B.
Williams
SB
8.44
1.25
6.48
4.86
11.47
3.98
9.44
2.07
-S
BETHEL
G W acres
Bullock
Bethel Ginning Co., Gin and
outfit
John acres Johnson
Gardner Rollins
Mack James I acre
J. J. Perkins acres
W. J. Roberson
J Stall acre Smith
Henry Sheppard acres
J. R. Williams acres
A. Williamson acres
It. D Best 1-2 acre Smith
John aV re
Minerva I acre
I mil Smith acres Pamela
Clifton Teel acres
Baker acres Grimes
and Florence
Town
Mrs. I town lot
G. Town lot
Coward town lot
G It. lot
I II Dull Hires
Mrs Battle Hat an .
A. D. Johnson 1-10 acres
I Jackson acres
M. and Co., I
2.25
6.8 I
,. i,
4.81
12.12
8.12
lie
10.0
Sale.
By virtue of power of sale con
in certain mortgage deed
and delivered by Rives and
wife to Nixon Rives on the 19th day of
May I which is
Book page ill the Register of
Deeds office of Pitt county, the
signed will expose for sale for cash
at the court house in the town of
Greenville on Monday, May
o'clock If. the following describe I
real properly
in Greenville township ad
joining the lands of J. Nobles and
others, containing five acres more
or less and being same on which
the said Rives formally lived
Sold to satisfy said mortgage. This
the 18th day of April 1914.
NIXON RIVES, Mortgagee.
F. G. Attorneys
ltd
What will happen when the next
warship is launched Surely Secretary
Daniels won't stand by and see
slashed over her bows when
our craft are within.
On
I U
19.22
3.50
SALE
acres G U
Kilns Corbet 3-4 acres Swain
Training School was an occasion wish to inform our contemporary and Fields acre
u brought much to the the old reliable that we bad pleas Moses acre lo
Rave you offered to entertain one or as well u large of learning his a day or to Mamie Mayo acre I to
of the that will number of visitors who were ago He reports having received
participate i the annual meet of the , . Representatives of and he thought well ,
. I F Ir I lot
two or throe the,.,, in fact, . , F Town lots
will take place lore lo the participants reflected much credit rapidly The Spring time is car. SHIFT CREEK TOW Stocks and Keel seres
If you t then you upon their schools Such contests v B BOd add o. WHITE I Mrs. J H. Smith acres
should call up Mr. B Austin, helpful in promoting a spirit of hat nature so many of the fan tat w
marrying In their
the leaders of schools. time of the year N v acre. Allen Town lo,
By of the power of
contained in a deed of trust made
I. D. to H. If, White,
tee, on December 13th. 1912, which
deed of trust was properly recorded
in the office of the Register of Deed-
of Pitt in Hook D-10 page
and also under a mortgage executed
j by the J. I. to I.
M Fleming dated December 18th, 1912.
recorded in Book A page
I both of said mortgages being given
to the- purchase money due for
land hereinafter the
2.64 , undersigned trustee and mortgagee
s ft will sell for rash at public auction
2.92 before the court house door in Often-
on Saturday May 9th. 1914, the
following described tract or
land situate In the county of Pitt and
In Township and known
as a par of the Grimes farm.
at the corner an I
8.43 running South West feet to the
2.10 oak brunch; thence with the run of
right branch lo the It
K B right of way; thence with said
8.85 right of way West 1563 feel;
South to line;
with Jones line eat lo ll
. beginning containing 1-10 acres
more or loss. For more accurate de
8.40 reference is hereby made to
deed from I P Fleming lo I
9.91 dated Dec. 13th. 1912.
This April 1914.
H. at. Trustee
I S
Hi. II F G A Sou,
Attorneys.
ltd
Police Court
Last Mo
Morning
There was a general mixture of
. teat before Mayor J. B. James
Monday morning in the police
Some were lined while others were
over t April term of j and
now session. .
First was that of Stanly Hop
kins, colored, taken in by Officer
Morgan on charge of drunk and
disorderly for which lie paid
Policeman Patrick then presented
. Turner Sugg to the discretion of
the court and disorderly con
duct To charge the Mayor
posed a line of and cost, make a
total of
The case was cutting scrape
h one
Lee Davis with knife. It be,
beyond the jurisdiction of
James it was sent this term
court.
J. S a was
by Officer Patrick lo have more j
booze on his person than the officer
though a man should have at one time
for bis personal use, but it being
proved that he was a pretty good sort
of a and the court being con
that the liquor was for sale
by the accused case was dismissed
left the room with a
on his face and the spirits o,
under his arm.
Hardy Lee Gray, colored let his
temper get the best of him toward
one Buddie Hemby over the j
amount of rents which he claimed
Hemby was due him, consequently he
look a slash at him with a knife in
dieting u wound on his right arm
inch deep by two inches
Gray was also sent on this term of
court under bond of
Now Chiefly a Thing of the Past, But
Its Memory Within th
of Many.
There are some today who can
look back with warm emotion to
life of the quaint red school
which once dotted country. A
few of these one-room balls of learn-
still stand here and there, just
off the dusty or behind
miniature Alps in snow according to
the season Many prominent men
women profited by the training
these picturesque educational in-
i Here we were taught
three Rs and the of other
branches. The masters formed
young minds entrusted to their care
with the aid of the birch rod. the
dunce cap and other primitive equip-
The science of pedagogics of
the period was largely based upon
principle that the rod was
spoil It was the day
of singing geography and the spell-
lug bee. Handwriting and literary
style were formed upon the old-
fashioned school slate. Long before
the days of hygienic equipment the
water supply of a pall from
which all helped themselves with the
dipper.
The modern school Is a vast
over the methods that were em-
ployed In the little red school. And
yet the use of the school
which would make It the
of community activity for
welfare, la only the development after
all of the educational system which
had In that same
small, one-room, poorly equipped,
lovely, but greatly loved little red
school Herald.
Money to Loan on Improved
Farm Lands at 1-2 per cent
Long Terms
C L. WILKINSON
CHURCH IN ENGLISH WOODS
Of Great Antiquity, Sacred Edifice In
North Devon Proves Big
to Visitors.
church, which among many
others claims to be the
church in England, la situated on the
coast of North Devon, not far from
the picturesque little village of
lock, and the church la so guarded
by hills and that the sun's rays
ii . reach It only four months of the year,
PAST OF The building Is but feet long by
j feet Inches wide, and baa a
The John Flanagan Co.
in
Harness, Bicycles Etc.,
Undertakers and
GREENVILLE. N. C.
I Line Is The Quality
Sunday night during the absence of
Hie family, a thief entered the home of
Mr T. M. Meade on Fourth t
by way of n window, and when
hers of the family having
bean away only about half an hour, lit
they discovered a desk drawer
I ad been rifled.
This is the sixth case of burglary
reported from that section of the city
and in instance
ii seems was in search of
Money as nothing else has been
ed
Is hoped the law will
a strong effort in trying locate
the guilty one.
porch, nave, carved oak chancel
screen and Norman font, an alabaster
altar piece and a quaint high pew
near the chancel, used by tho family
of Lord by whom the prop-
is owned, The slanted chancel Is
by a tiny, square-headed, Iron-
barred window, the oldest feature in
the church, being Norman, and
cut out of a simile atone. It Is amply
large for the population, which Is
about in a parish of 1,337 acres.
summer the church Is crowded, ow-
to tho Influx of visitors from
many parts of tho world.
NO GREAT NEED FOR WORRY
Marriage Licenses Issued.
fol-
Register of Deeds Bell
marriage licenses to the
lowing c tuples last
While.
Frank lanes and Lizzie
Newton and Roan Daven-
port.
Frank Mail ii. Jennings and Anna
May Clarke
J. II. Warn Kiln Harris.
Colored.
Mack Smith Mahalia Fleming,
Joe Book and Beam Martin
Dunn and Chapman
K. and Annie Short.
and Alice
Barrett and
Smithsonian Institution.
Tho Smithsonian Institution at
Washington is the gift of people
of the States of James
son of England, who. In dying In
1829, left under certain conditions a,
bequest of for establish-
of an Institution tho In-
crease and diffusion of knowledge
among Tho original
has been increased by
quests and means to about
Tho government is Invested by act of
congress in a hoard of regents, com-
posed of the president and chief
Justice of United States, three sen-
appointed by tho president,
three representatives appointed by the
speaker of the house of
and six chosen by con-
The presiding officer, ex-
Is the president of the lulled
States.
Mains
April rear of
the hearse broken to pieces and the
end i i coffin trailed in were the
most serious results of a funeral pro
occurred this afternoon
the corner of Salisbury and
streets. It was a tuners
end us the procession was passing the
corner automobile dashed I
from A side Street, passed between the
hearse and the family carriage, fright
the horses of the nearest car
They made a plunge that tin-
driver was not able to control and
dashed the hearse breaking in the
rear smashing the end of the
The automobile driver seemed
to have realized the situation or, at
least, did not pause. The undertaker
gave and followed four block-.
before he was able lo ascertain tin
number of the automobile, lie ex
peels lo claim damages against th
owner of the machine.
Generous Hospitality.
Calling at a home In
pan recently, the lady of the house
Is now eighteen. She
was left an orphan at three years of
age, and I told my husband we would
keep her as long as we could, and
she Is here Even this is scarce-
equal to Turkish hospitality as re-
ported the Dally
I asked my friend how long she ex-
me to stay, she was surprised
at my question. need never go
away There are guests here who
came as I did for a few days, but
they have never gone away at
London Magazine of Repute
Out Weakness In Talk of
Human Decadence.
Most of talk at conferences of
doctors, sanitary eugenic
lunacy specialists and
others Is wildly and obviously
though rich in apparently
impeachable figures. All these
palling percentages as to the
tho
the
what do they mean
One must have some definition
of defect, moral
weakness of intellect, asserts the Lon-
don Saturday Almost every
great man one can think of would be
condemned by Borne congress or other.
Johnson. Byron, Pope, Napoleon,
Caesar. Luxembourg, Peter
tho list could be prolonged
all In
some way. Few men or women go
through without a sharp con-
of bodily Imperfection.
They are either very happy or very
stupid who are perfectly satisfied with
the quality of their nits, and the
human being who has never felt him-
self a sorry caitiff must assuredly be
one. Of course, figures to the
aid of tho Just as efficiently
as they tho purpose of a
settled gloom. Every one is familiar
with the
might seem at first sight to provide
food for reflections of a disquieting
character, but when It Is remembered
that before 1902 it was not
bent on practitioners to etc.
In short, It la Just to prove
a steady advance in physique, Intel-
and character It is to satisfy
the nation that It is chiefly made up
of puny and vicious Imbeciles.
Resetting a Shoulder.
A dislocated shoulder may be re-
placed with scarcely any pain by the
following procedure, according to Dr.
Julius Caesar of
Divest the patient of his coat and
waistcoat. Place him on the ground In
a sitting posture tho wrist of
the dislocated arm and have a third
person grasp wrist of the other
rm. both arms simultaneously
aver the load, Hiking care to keep
them parallel, and extending them up-
ward till tho patient Is just raised
from the ground. At this point a click
la heard and felt. This is sound of
the arm bone going buck into Its
Then- are some dislocated shoulders
cannot be reduced this way, but
they are rare exceptions.
NO REAL EFFORT EVER VAIN
Instructions.
She was a little girl and very
lite. It was the first time she had
been on a visit alone, and she had
been carefully Instructed bow to be-
have.
If they ask you to dine with
papa had Bald, you must say,
thank you; I have already
It turned out just papa had an
Urinated
along, said her
I little friend's father, must have
I a bite with
thank said the little girl,
with dignity; have already
Better to Strive for and Meet
Defeat, Than Mutely Accept Life
of Littleness.
Poisoning by Flowers.
It teems incredible that tho
of that pretty and apparently
Innocent flower, primrose, should
poison anybody, but it is a fact that
certain persons are susceptible to this
extent, a charming In a west-
city has just been ill weeks
with a painful and disfiguring rush
upon her hands, arms and lace, and
after trying physicians who
could not diagnose her case,
last that her favorite prim-
roses, fresh bunches of which were
placed about her house every day
tho season, were lo for It.
A girl In her florist shop suffers
year from same trouble. It Is
like the strawberry and seafood poi-
sons, which fortunately, as In this
affect comparatively few per-
sons occasionally nasturtiums pro-
duce a similar effect
How's
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
he cured by Hall's catarrh
Cure.
f. J. CO. Toledo, O.
tho undersigned, have known F. J.
for last IS years, and behave
Mm perfectly honorable In all
and financially able to
out any obligations made by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF
Toledo, a
Hall's potent Cure la taken
upon blood and mu-
surfaces of
sent free. cents per Bold
all
fake Bail's far
Mannerly Girls.
A till young man with a distinctly
English bearing was pacing the front
veranda at of tho fashionable
hotels at Atlantic City not long ago.
Suddenly came to a stop, readjust
ed his eye-glass and turned to an ac-
who was standing by
said he, the girls
around here smile st
that shows that they have
some quietly returned the
Air-where else they would
Sunday
Better the sorriest citizen thinking
he can take hold of life, and his faint
spark of free-will can burn holes
through the thicket than a
. of orderly of regular habit
and contented mien. Rather wilder-
than that men should find this
locked world, where all the returns
are In.
Better absurd miles, strutting over
large landscapes, than such a flatness
i of cheery slaves, taking den from
their betters. a petty race
should strive vainly, than acct Its
own littleness If It is doomed to
futility, let It at least live as If all
tho roads to victory were open.
when we face the push and
thrust of life In each generation, let us
be glad that youth is
right to live. Let the youth flourish
and advises Harper's Weekly.
If wiser to tear down the
than to accept defeat Effort Is finer
than resignation and peril la
despair lo routine. And by that
high courage fresh experiment,
I they confusion, and lift their
i heads above despair. So world Is
I full of homes. Obscure men man
fully with their stint of work. Count-
less unknown women suffer and
Order gains on chaos. A will Is at
work upon the welter.
Solid
Comfort
that is
by av is u really cos,,
place
because Ike yon
choose here Is intended ex.
for that purpose.
Furniture
will
least
nit your place yea for but
rear purse. See the offering.
Taft Vandyke
A B Checks
GOOD IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD. . .
ISSUED BY
Greenville
Banking Trust
Company.
We Have on Hand
Full line of Ford Cars, also
to ens ail all are cash or notes
thank
or
e thank patrons for past favors and Solicit a continuance
of same.
Ford Supply Co.
Phone
Greenville. N. C.
mm
S. T. HICKS
Plumbing Heating Contractor
Moved to New Store on Fourth Street
Allen's Stables
Cheerfully Given on all Work Large or
Repair Work a Specialty
Out of town work will receive our
prompt attention
Residence Phone 385-L. Office Phone
Will OF OUR FOUNT
May heard from morn
night,
Dispensing to those who face
it.
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Cool, delicious Sundaes,
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Each one so Refreshing,
It fulls for
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Fruits, Candies and Vegetables
Call on
The California Fruit Store
Next door to the Proctor Hotel, or phone to No We will
give your order special attention. Quick service and
delivery to all parts of City.
Special Prices on Bananas cents a dozen.
The California Fruit Store
T. I. Moore
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INSURANCE
Fire, Health and Accident
Proctor Hotel
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D. M.
Attorney at Law
Land and Drainage Cases a
In formerly occupied
and Blow.
A I HI
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In Building. Third
Practices bis services
desired
North
Disc Drag Harrows, Harrows.
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Office Dr. D. L. James,
day I a m to I
J.
Attorney at Law
In Edwards Building, on the
House Square
Lawyer
Practicing In all the Courts
In Wooten Building on
street, fronting Court House
NOTHING REALLY LIKE HOME
Occasional Journeys Abroad
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of Familiar Surroundings.
Do e not make all our Journeys
largely that we may know the, bliss
of coming home again We forth
blithely enough need of change
la Inherent tn all and for
awhile feel no regret for the fa-
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freshing our eyes and hearts. Hut by
and by comes the turn, the hesitating.
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Special i-t in Fitting Glasses.
At Saturday after the second
Sunday of each month at J. R. Smith
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Home Kinston. X. C.
points north west
pausing and the slow looking back. g p m dally except Sunday, fir I
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cloud had come over the sun, and WEST BOUND
behind us the glow rests on the dis-
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Ah then, according to our and west. Pullman sleeping car
we run or saunter back, de- service. Connects north, south
the miles in our eagerness or and west.
protracting the pleasure that we may a. m. dally, except Sunday, for
fully. And when once again Wilson and Raleigh. Connects
we stand tho thresholds of our for a
quiet, familiar homes, was there any for ,,,
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further Information and
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spirit of peace. We have come unto superintendent
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us.
H. S.
General Passenger Agent
W. A. WITT.
NORFOLK. VA.
JOBS F.
Surgeon.
has moved his office from Old
Bow Stables to Dr. Zeno Brown's
Stables on Fourth Street Phone
Day or Night.
i w.
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
of New York
Assets 447.829.229.16.
George A. Special Agent
Evans St. Greenville, N. C.
For Business Success.
If the young man of today would
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shout always having In mind to
perfect or improve some part of the.
in
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Veterans Reunion.
Tickets on sale May 6th
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prior to midnight May 15th,
may obtained by deposit
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Insurance
Life, Fire, and r
Office on Fourth .-
Wilson's i.-r
I. I. Moore W. H.
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Attorneys at Law
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DR. V. H.
Specialist In Fitting Glasses.
at J. R. Smith Store. Ayden
the second Monday of each month.
Home Office Washington N.
work In which he is directly or r ticket with special agent, East
Interested, his chances of sue- street, Jacksonville, Fla., not
will be materially Improved. In-L upon pay.
stead of the work for which I
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and young men should always keep
this In mind and govern themselves
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Dentist.
Office over Frank Wilson's Store
Telephone
Greenville. N. C
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i n
Child H
WASHINGTON, D. C. April 22-
Men and women who are vitally Inter
In the movement for a better
child life have gathered here from
many countries to take part in the 3rd
international congress on the welfare
f the child. Today was given over to
the reception of the visiting delegates,
who have come from countries
f Europe and South America, from
China and Japan and from all parts of
States and Canada.
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION
ELECTION UPON PROPOSITION
TO VOTE SPECIAL TAX IN
SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER I,
SWIFT CREEK TOWNSHIP. PITT
COUNTY. NORTH CAROLINA.
North Carolina.
Pitt County.
Notice is hereby given that the
Hoard of Commissioners of Pitt
in regular meeting assembled, on
the 6th day of April 1914, ordered an
Candidate's
Cards.
ill Cards are per
inch per In
Far Sheriff
I wish to announce to my friends
and the public generally that I am i
candidate for the office of sheriff
Pitt county, subject to the action of
the Democratic primary, and will
the vote and help of any.
W. SIMON MOVE.
National Congress of Mothers CreeK
and Parent Teachers Associations, township, Pitt county, North Carolina
which has directed the arrangements on June a
for the conference has prepared a pro-1 ,,,,, or proposition
gramme extending over live days and j of for or levying a
for the discussion of a of cents oh
morrow and Friday will be given over valuation of prop-
variety of subjects. The sessions to- and on ho
to papers and round table discussions, of said District No.
on the relations of the child to the R Creek as fol
Far Sheriff.
Tc the Democratic Voters of Pitt
I take this method of announcing my
candidacy for sheriff subject to the
Democratic primaries. Should I b
elected will endeavor to administer
the duties of the office with prompt
using to all. I thank
you for your and beg to re-
main your obedient servant.
Very respectfully
J. J.
home. The relations of the child to
the school will be the general subject
for Saturday. On Sunday Church
and Child will he the general
topic and Monday child's
relation to the state will be consider
ed.
Far Sheriff.
I wish to announce to my friends and
to the public generally that I am t
candidate for the office of sheriff of
Pitt county subject to the action of
Democratic primary. will
dale the support of all.
R HYMAN.
at Grifton District
line, on Creek and
runs an direction
to Pitt and Craven County line,
thence with Pitt and Craven county
line to a point including the Greene
lands. E. E. Powell lands. W.
Recital Training School Patrick and J. B. Kilpatrick. thence
Auspices of Edgar Al- n a northern direction to Swift
Inn Poe Literary Society. Creek, including the W. H. Patrick
land, then up said creek to Gum
The recital the Training School Swamp, thence up
on the evening of April 28th. will be to the Pugh lands,
one of exceptional interest to all to the west
lovers of good music. The program the road lo District line,
will appeal to every one, not only be. District Number Swift Creek, or.
cause of the talented musicians who known as the Hanrahan Dis ,
have been engaged by the Poe Liter- j thence with
but because of the beauty district and Grifton district lino.
the numbers selected these mil
Far Sheriff.
I wish to announce to my friends
that am a candidate for sheriff if
Pitt county subject to the action of
the Democratic primaries. Should I
be elected I will endeavor to serve
the people one and all to the best
my ability. I will appreciate your
vole help.
ERNEST R. DUDLEY.
for their program.
The from Wagner's
for violin. Which
will be played Mr. Israel
the Massenet, for cello.
And notice is further hereby given
that an entirely new registration for
said was ordered and called,
and that J. P. Jr. was and
If appointed registrar for said
For Sheriff
I lake this method of announcing t
citizens of Pitt county that I am
a candidate for the office of sheriff
to the action of the Democratic
party. If elected I to
serve the to the best of ability. I
will appreciate your vote and an-
help you may give me.
C. E. FLEMING.
-land Items.
April Anna
IS Lawrence, and Louie
Dell Pittman. who spent Easter at
hone returned Tuesday to resume
their school work here.
Prof. C W. Wilson and Mr I
West of Greenville was here las week
Mr. Thompson and Mr. of
Raleigh was here Tuesday
Miss Susie Proctor to
school at Wilson after spending Easter
a home with her parents.
Mr. W. K Proctor went to Wash-
on business.
Mr. A II, of Greenville
was here Wednesday.
Mr C. T. and Mr. L.
Arthur of were in town last
week.
Mr. John Warren returned from
Conetoe Thursday.
Mrs. W, Proctor lo
Thursday and returned.
Mr. II. Daniels of Washington
was a visitor here last week.
Miss Mary Proctor went to in
Friday evening to visit Miss Annie
lie Parker.
Several of our people attended
church at Black Jack Sunday. Among
those who attended Miss Pen.
Proctor,
Proctor. Messrs. Jno Warren. J A
Clark. Stephen Phelps and Hassel
The farmers are very
their lands for planting. Some
the farmers are through planting
corn. The tobacco plants are very
small for time of year. They seem to
be more plentiful than were thought
first .
We are requested to announce that
there will be a here Fri-
day night in the school building. The
peas belong to the school. They were
planted in order to secure means for
the school You are requested to come
out and supply your wants It you are
ii need of any pens. We hope to have
you with us.
The Missouri State
Lite Insurance Co,
Not the oldest
Nor
The biggest
JUST THE BEST
Let me show you
J. F. Stokes,
Special Agent
Greenville, N. C.
Only Be
to
Coward Drug Co.
ICE
CREAM
it
All
Toilet A tide.
Kodak Supplies
NaUr
Coward Wooten Drug Co.
Office Carr and
Atkins Store.
which Miss Ethel Lee will and w F Harding. B. A. John.
by Schubert for soprano., holders or Judges of election
which will he sung by Mrs.
He sufficient in themselves to
an audience with out the other beau-
and that the books for registration
will be open on Saturday May 16th,
1914. and closed at sunset on
recital on the 28th will be the most
artistic event of the years, and the
on the program. The day 1914 on each
during said
period, the registration hooks will
opportunity should not be over look-1 ,, said store, and
by those who like music. The Poe j the
literary Society would be glad to give rod open at
this recital to the public but the ex o, and all
incurred in bringing these m Special School
fists to Greenville make it necessary Tax to be held on Tuesday,
to charge admission. i June 18th. 1914 will he required to re
For Sheriff.
I wish to announce to the voters
Pitt county that I am a candidate for
sheriff subject to the action of
Democratic primary. If elected I prom
to serve the county to the best of
my ability; never shirking from the
duties of the office. Thanking you in
advance for your vote and support.
JOE
The tickets will be
and
BELL. Clerk.
j This the 14th day of April 1914.
B. M. LEWIS. Chairman
of m
He Coast Line.
North South
No. SI a. at. No. p. m
No p. at. No. P i j
Norfolk
East West Bound
No. a. No. I a. n
rip a. m. No. 7.54 a. m
No. II p. m. No. p. a
For
lo Democratic Voters of
Judicial
At the request of Democrats from
various sections, of the district I here
by announce that I will be a j
in the next judicial convention for the
office of Solicitor for the Fifth Judi-
district.
R. A.
New Bern. N. C.
V. It. C. A. News.
Miss Mary Dudley Powell, one of
student
South At of V. w c
A. work, has made a short visit to th-
Training School this week. Her
while here was busily employed in
meeting committee in the organ
talking to them of their post
work and suggesting new lines of ac j
or means of making old more
effective.
In her talk to Association an
school evening, she told of the
organization in all its force and
strength, of the way in which it has
branched and is branching out into
many lines of activity, and gave
of all this work, the j
of Jesus Christ. Her talk made
girls the importance and the
magnitude of the Young Women's
Christian Association work and made
each girl glad that she was a small
part of such a world wide movement
Miss Powell's visit was enjoyed by,
all the girls and every one regret;
she could not stay longer.
W. S.
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When You BUY
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Ask For a
Demonstration
Sam White Piano Co,
Far Sheriff.
I hereby announce myself a
date for sheriff of county,
my good friends will help me. If elect
ed I will serve you faithfully.
H. B. SMITH
For
I hereby announce myself as
date for Treasurer of Pitt County sub
to the Democratic primary.
Is W. L. HAM.
New Fiction Library.
Sandy Crockett.
North of Fifty Three by Sinclair.
Chance by Jas. Conrad.
Ariadne of Allan Water by
Black Is White by
The Stranger at the Gate by Wright.
Diane of the Green Van Dairy
The Marriage of by
by Martin.
Mrs. Brand by
The Garden by Maxwell.
Sunshine Jane by Warner.
Baseball Joe in Central League
Chad wick.
The Library is open from Ii
on Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays.
MRS. W. A Librarian
County Home I and fur
Whereas the Hoard of Commission-
of Pitt county have decided to dis-
pose Of the Old county home property
and to establish a home
Greenville, the Hoard on March
1914 appointed a committee consist-
of B. II. Lewis, J. O. Taylor and
Julius Brown to divide present
county home land and buildings for
the purpose of selling the same. And
whereas said committee has divided
tract of land in four lots, dividing
land lying on the east side of the
Greenville and New Bern road in
lots and the land lying on the west
side of the Greenville and New
road into two lots. No the
northern portion lying on the east
side of the Greenville and New Bern
road and contains acres more or
less of which about acres is
land and said lot will retain live build-
Lo No. is the southern
of the land on the east side of the
Notice of Precinct Meetings.
As chairman of the Democratic Ex-
Committee of Pitt county, and
virtue of authority of a meeting of
the said Den. Com-
held in the town of Greenville
op Saturday, April 11th, 1814. I here
by notify all Democratic voters
there will be held on Saturday, May
at o'clock precinct meetings
in the several in Pitt
at their respective voting places,
for the purpose of selecting delegates
lo the county convention, which con-
at the court house in Greenville
on Saturday. May 1914. at
o'clock.
At the county convention delegates
will he elected to the state,
and judicial conventions.
The number of delegates to which
each township is entitled to send
the county convention is as follows.
Heaver Dam. .
Bethel.
Greenville and New Bern road an Carolina
Far Sheriff.
To my fellow citizens of Pitt county
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the nomination for sheriff of Pitt
county subject to the action of th
Democratic primary of said county.
nominated and elected I pledge myself
to make you a good officer. Thanking
one and all for your support and o
operation am.
JNO. GIBSON,
of Township. Greenville. N. C.
Hill
I nil I he a candidate for the office
Treasurer of Pitt County, subject
lo the action of the Democratic
thank the people for the sup
port they have given me in the past
and if elected, promise to give them
same service I have tried to give
since I have been ill office
B. WILSON
tr.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
,., BIOKO Moss Of
nut and
refund if it to
W. GROVE'S on
For Constable.
I in hi to the voters of Green-
wile township that I am a candidate
for constable subject to the
Democratic primary and will
their vote and help
A. R.
New Gar-
den Seed
Flower Seed
Onion Sets
Maine Red
Irish Cobblers
Seed Oats
Rape Seed
Dr. Hess Stock
Poultry Powder
S M
contains 53.50 acres more or less
which bout S acres is cleared land
said is to have three buildings,
buildings Nos. and Lot No.
consists of the southern portion o;
the land on the west side of the Green
villa and New Bern road and
acres more or less and on said lot
there are now three buildings and
building No. is also assigned to said
lot, there Is about acres of cleared
land on said lot. Lot No. consists of
the northern portion the land on th
west side of the Greenville and New
road and contains 28.30 acre-l
more or less of which about acres is
cleared land. There is a good hull
on same and building No. Is a
to said lot. A complete man
said division is in the of
Register of Deeds for inspection. And
on report of the committee to the
hoard on Tuesday. April
approved the report of the committee
and ordered the committee to sell the
land on May 1914.
Therefore by virtue of the orders
of the Hoard of Commissioners of Pitt
county above referred
will on Monday the 4th day o.
May 1914, at o'clock M., before th
court house door in Greenville, X. C .
expose the above described land
public auction lo the highest bidder
in as above set out and as a
whole, provided any bidder bids more
for the said land as one whole tract
than the total sum hid for the
tracts separately. Terms of sale
per cent cash, per cent October
per cent November and per
cent January I, 1915. Possession to
be given January 1915 This th-
day of April 1914.
B. II. LEWIS,
J. O.
IS BROWN.
In
No.
. Delegates
Delegates
H De-legates
Delegates
Delegates
Delegates
Delegates
Delegates
Delegate
Delegate-.
Delegates
Swift Delegate;
I hereby call upon and request
Democratic voters to attend these
meetings, that all people and
all sections may be fully represented
in the county convention This the
day of April, 1914
CHAS. C.
Chairman Democratic Executive Com.
F. M. WOOTEN, Secretary
Wan FOR
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Having qualified as
tor of Anne deceased
late of Pitt county, this is to
all persons having claims
against the of the said de-
ceased to exhibit them to the
within twelve month
from this date, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar their
All persons indebted to said
estate will please make immediate
payment.
This the 6th, day of March
J. CRAWFORD.
Administrator.
V. G. JAMES
ltd
Sale Estate.
By virtue of a power of sale
a certain mortgage ix
and delivered by W. L.
and wife. Annie to
Manning, dated day of s-
and duly recorded in the Regis-
office in in book d
page the. undersigned will on
Monday the 20th day of April.
exposed to public sale before the court
house door in to the highest
bidder for cash the following
ed or parcel of land, to
in township,
Pitt county, North a.
i mouth of Peter's Run where it
enters Into Crook and run
a straight line to the
mouth Of branch thence up th
various courses -aid branch to a
W . corner, thence
with said line north
west 4-5 poles to a stake, a walnut
tree stump, thence south 2-3 west
poles to a stake on the great Con
creek near a small
down the various courses of said
creek to the beginning, containing
acres more or This sale is
made to satisfy the terms of said
gage deed. This the day o-
March. 1914.
MANNING. Mortgagee
By Ange. Assignee.
HARDING a. PIERCE
MONEY SAVED
by The J. I. Case Tobacco Transplanter.
Great in time and labor, increase in yield per Set your
plants when wait for ram. Each plant watered at the
roots, covered with dry earth-no p. Every
for every purpose, desired. Come mid see machines before you
buy, built right, works right, wears runt, and prices right,
is made
Grimesland. N. C, Feb. 1914.
Messrs. Hart Hadley,
Greenville, N. C,
In regard to the Case Tobacco
Transplanter will say; that I am
pleased with it. couldn't ask for
one to work any better and it was just
as you represented it to be. It worked
perfection and I am satisfied it save
several hundred dollars.
I set my entire crop of seven acres
with It and it was dry weather when
I set it. I used six barrels of water
setting. I set some parts
per acre and got a perfect stand the
rows all through my patch by hand
just to try it and I found that that
which set with be Transplanter grew
better the season through. I also set
some for several of my neighbors
they say that theirs grew better than
that they set by hand, and they are
begging to set theirs for them the
coming season. I also have friends
at a distance of fifteen miles from me
who want me to set their crop for
I hem.
I cant say too much for your ma-
chine and wouldn't be without one
for Five Hundred Dollars and as to
your services. I couldn't ask for bet-
Yours truly.
JESSE. H- SMITH.
HART HADLEY,
el
The undersigned qualified
as administrator of II.
deceased, late of Pitt county.
Carolina this is to notify all per-
having claims against the
o. said deceased to exhibit them i i
th. undersigned on or before the 8th
day of April. 1916, or this notice
be plead in bar of their recovery. Al,
persons indebted to said estate
please make immediate payment.
HIGH S.
Administrator
HARDING PIERCE, Attorneys.
4- ltd
HARDWARE
NORTH CAROLINA
Grain Privileges
t t
Make Your Own Paint I
YOU WILL SAVE PER GAL.
THIS IS HOW
Buy gals. L. A M. SEMI-MIXED HEAL PAINT.
at per gal.
And gals. Linseed Oil to mix with it
You then make gals, of pure paint for
It's only per gal.
Anybody can mix the OIL with the PAINT.
Whereas, if you buy gals, of ready-for-use print in
CANS, you pay a gal. or
L. U M. SEMI-MIXED REAL FAINT Is PURE WHITE LEAD,
ZINC and LINSEED OIL, the best-known mater mis for I On
Use a any PAINT you buy. and II not the best
Saint made, return toe paint and gel ALL your
J. JR. a J. ii. VII. M. C.
CO- HILL, C.
ft, c.
Having qualified as executors o
Harriet I. Ross deceased, late of Pitt
County North Carolina, this Is to
notify all persons having claims
the estate of the said deceased,
ti. exhibit them to the undersigned
twelve months from this date,
this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their
All persons Indebted to said
will please make Immediate payment
This April 13th. 1914.
l Ross
A. Ross
Executors.
F. O. James and Son.
Attorneys.
NOTICE.
My son. Luther Barrett, age
has left home and refuses to
return. All are forbidden
to hire him unless his wages are
paid to me.
ROSA BARRETT
Notice.
Having qualified as administrator of
I Edwards, deceased late of Pitt
county, N. Is to notify all persons
having claim- the estate of
Che said deceased to exhibit them to
the undersigned within months
this date, or this notice will be
leaded in bar of their recovery. All
arsons indebted to said estate
lease make Immediate payment.
This April 7th, 1914.
J. H.
Administrator
F. O. JAMBS t SON Atty.
FOB OF OXEN
weight about pounds, ages six or
even. Well broke.
O. T. TYSON
Greenville N. C.
I law w Route I
Bright Eyes
An active, healthy liver
that never shirks its
work is reflected in your
eyes which sparkle and
shine with the joy of life
watch your eyes in the
mirror and take
Pills
at the first sign of dull-
At your druggist,
sugar coated or plain.
Editor Meet la Houston.
HOUSTON, Texas, April 88.- -News
paper editors and publishers from
section of the country are round-
up here for the annual convention
of the National Editorial Association.
The convention will have its opening
tomorrow and the sessions will be
continued over Friday and Saturday.
On Monday the 4th day of May 1914
I will sell at public auction before the
court house door in Greenville the fol
lowing real estate said sale Is made
satisfy the taxes due the town of
for the year 1913 on
same. This the 6th day or April
O. C.
Tax Collector.
Mrs. Lula lot
Dixon lot 1.19
Wiley Downs lot
J. P. Locust lots
T. C. Nelson lot
Williams lot n
MONEY l WHEAT.
Puts and calls are the safest
surest method of trading in wheat
or oats. Because your loss is
absolutely limited to the amount
bought. No further risk.
Positively the most profitable
of trading.
Open an account. You can buy
puts or calls on bushels
grain for or you can buy both
for or as many more as you wish
An advance or decline of cent gives
you the chance to take profit
A movement of cents profit.
Write for full particulars and bank
references.
B. v.
Ohio.
Address all mall to Lock Box
Executors Notice
Having qualified as executors of H.
C. Cannon, deceased, late of Pitt
North Carolina, Is to notify all
persons having claims against the es-
of said deceased to present them
to the undersigned within twelve
months of this date or this notice will
be pleaded n bar of their recovery
All Indebted to said estate will
please make Immediate payment This
the nth of April
B. CANNON,
J. . CANNON,
Hz seniors
F. IAMBS SON, ltd
THE FARM
Is the Bash at all
Application far Pardon.
Notice la hereby given that on the
day of April 1914 or as soon thereafter
as la convenient to the Governor, at.
application will be presented to th-
for the pardon of Willis
Pitt who was convicted at the August
term 1913 of the superior court of Pitt
county of the larceny of some
fathered corn the Held and
ed to six months on the roads of Pitt
county. This the day of March
1914.
BROWN,
S. J.
for Will Pitt
LIME
Is the of ail Write far
bulletin by tin beat authority
I State, Ii on lb Farm, and price
of lime. Don't buy earth,
etc. A give you
POWHATAN LIME CO.
STRASBURG VIRGINIA
HOW APRIL
Hts IN
War history has been made
three times before on April
the date of President Huerta's
refusal to salute the flag In
for the arrest of American
marines. Here are the
1773.
Battle of Lexington and Con.
cord. First bloodshed of the rev
l-ill.
Sixth Massachusetts fired on at
Baltimore. First bloodshed of
the civil war.
April
Congress declares Cuba free and
Independent, and demands with
of the Spanish troops.
War declared.
April 1914
Huerta refused to accede to- de
of United States that be
the United States flag.
April 1914.
President Wilson asks Congress
to him to
army and navy to endorse the
demands of U. B. for re-
dress for Insults to the
can flag.
North Carolina.
Pitt County
In the Superior Court
Publications of
G. E.
Atlantic Coast Line Road Com-
New York Central and
son River Railroad Company Old
Dominion Steam Ship Company ant
Clyde Line Steamship Company.
The defendants. New York Central
and Hudson River Rail Road Company
and the Old Dominion Steamship
Company will take notice that an
action entitled as above, has been
commenced in Superior Court o
Pitt County, for the collection of
damages arising by the delay In
the shipment of one certain engine
shipped to O. B. Greenville,
North Carolina, by Motor Co.,
of New York, on or about
March 3rd. 1913, by way of the New
York Central and Hudson River Rail-
road company, the Old Steam
ship Company and Clyde Line
Steamship Company; and the said de-
will further take notice that
they ere required to appear at the
next term of the Superior Court of
Pitt County to be held on the 11th,
day after the 1st Monday In March,
It being the day of May, 1914, at
the Court House of said County, In
Greenville, North Carolina and ans-
or demur to the complaint of
plaintiff In said action, or plain-
tiff will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded In said complaint.
This 11th day of April, 1914.
D. C. MOORE,
Clerk Superior Court Pitt Co.
By, A T. D. C.
HARDING PIERCE, Attorneys.
ltd
to Creditors.
Whereas by a decree of the Superior
court of Pitt county, made by his honor
F. A. Daniels. Judge Presiding -it
term. Pitt county super-
court in that certain special ac-
entitled J. H. Tripp vs. I. J.
J. S. was appoints
receiver of the firm of Tripp, Hart t
Company and was authorized by said
decree of court to take possession
of collections of all kinds, notes,
gages and claims of whatsoever
due to the of Tripp, Hart Com
and collect the same as speedily
practicable.
Notice is hereby given to all per-
sons l.;. to firm of Tripp.
Hart Company to make Immediate
settlement with J. Rosa, receiver,
and all persons having claims against
the firm of Tripp, Hart A Company
Executors Notice and
For Claims.
State of North Carolina, Pitt
The undersigned having been
pointed and duly qualified as
tor of the estate of F. A. Patrick, de
ceased, all persons having claims
said estate are notified
to exhibit the before me on
or before the 30th day of March
or this notice will be pleaded In
bar of their recovery. All persons In-
to said estate will please make
Immediate payment. This day
of starch 1914.
W. J. KITTRELL,
Executor the last will and
of F. A. Patrick, deceased.
3-27-Id N.
claims with said receiver. This the
26th day of March, 1914.
J. ROSS.
3-31 It. Receiver of Tripp, Hart Co
Having duly as
tor on the estate of
ton deceased, notice Is hereby given
all persons having claims against said
estate to present them to me properly
authenticated on or before the V
day of March 1915 or this notice will
he plead In bar of their recovery. All
persons Indebted to said estate will
make immediate payment to me. This
day of March 1914.
R. A. WORTHINGTON
on the estate of Worth-
deceased. 3-31 Id
notice to Creditor.
Having duly Qualified before
Superior court clerk of Pitt county
as executor of the estate of B. A.
Br., deceased, notice la hereby
given to all persons Indebted to the
estate to make Immediate payment
to the undersigned; and all person
having claims against said estate are
notified to present same to the
for payment on or before
March or this notice will
plead In the bar of their recovery.
This 1st day 1914.
L. CARPER.
Executor of the estate of B. A.
deceased.
. E.
N. Y., April
The third annual session of
Wyoming Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal church was opened In the
Tabernacle here today, with Bishop
Joseph F. Berry presiding. The con-
will be concluded next
day with announcement of the
pastoral assignments.
Leaks are often detected where they
are least expected. Sometimes in Pitt
comity
Otto application her. a
is
all
L mm
ts terns, t as, . l
ill akin diseases yield to us .
Al at
far has.
OINTMENT
KM m
GREENVILLE IS
HEART OF EASTERN
WORTH CAROLINA. IT HAS
A POPULATION OF FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
AND ONE. AND IS
ROUNDED BY THE BEST
FARMING COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES OF ALL
KINDS ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HAVE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAY OF
LABOR, CAPITAL AN D
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
JOB AND NEWSPAPER
PLANT.
Agriculture Is the Healthful, the Most Employment
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE HUN-
AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE IN THE EASTERN
PART OF NORTH CARO-
LISA AND INVITE THOSE
WHO WISH TO GET BET-
ACQUAINTED WITH
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
BUSINESS WAY TO TAKE
FEW INCHES SPACE AND
TELL EM WHAT YOU
HAVE TO BRING TO THEIR
ATTENTION.
OUR ADVERTISING
HATES ARE LOW AND CAN
BE HAD UPON
V I. FRIDAY Mil
M 4.-,
Less Than Three Hundred
Murder Americans are Now Left
In Capital of Mexico
O'clock Wednesday Hon.
F. C. Harding Opened the
For State
At a late hour Thursday afternoon
the jury having been duly drawn and
the trial of S. M. Pol.
lard, for murder in the second degree
began in Owing to the
hour only one witness took the
this one being Dr. U. S. for
the state.
The testimony of Dr. Morrill was a I
He stated that about o'clock
Saturday night January he
ed u phone message to come to the
home of T. Smith and that he
rived there about ten minutes later.
his arrival he found Smith with
u pistol shut wound in the left side of
the abdominal region. Smith asked
him for help. He told Smith that there
was nothing that could be done unless
he could get him to a hospital where
he could undergo an operation. To
this Smith replied that he would
die at home than in the hospital.
Smith then told Dr. Morrill how the
shooting occurred which as he stated
was as
That he entered the store of S. M
Pollard and that Pollard said to him.
get out of here, get out of
He then stated that he asked
what for, and that without other words
Pollard drew his revolver and tired
fatal
Dr. Morrill testified that Smith w e-
carried to the Washington hospital
on the midnight train, where he died
about six o'clock Sunday morning,
made no other statement than the
above mentioned.
After the cross examination of the
witness by counsel for the defense.
Judge Daniel ordered that court
u until morning.
After court had adjourned and
jury retired, counsel for the defense
applied to Judge Daniels, under a
writ of habeas corpus, for the release
of Pollard under bond in the sum of
This was opposed by
for the state, and there was much
discussion on both sides, and the mat.
r ended for the time being by Judge
Daniels saying he would take it under
consideration until today for his de-
court assembled this A. M. at and
I; was decided by Judge Daniels that
be would take up matter of writ
at the noon hour.
First for prosecution this
a m. was Mr. F. S. whose test
was as
That he went into
store for a cigar about o'clock
Saturday night Jan. 17th, where some
boys were playing a punch board.
Pollard was behind the
After a very short time Smith entered
by front door placed hands Inside
pockets walked toward rear and
said he noticed Pollard
watching Smith. As started
to leave store be hoard say
out of then turn-
ed and as he did so, he heard the
command, out of and
a revolver report followed immediate-
Bays that there were only a few
seconds from the time Pollard said
get out of here and time of the
run of a gun. The two clinched and
second shot was then fired, and that
Pollard had hold of the breech o
gun and Smith the lie then
wrung the gun from Smith and Pol-
lard, while this was going on
said. you have shot me and kill-
ed me for Pollard replied
have cursed mo enough and
have taken it my last time.
When Smith was being carried
from store he pulled revolver from
his left hip pocket and tired across
breast at Pollard.
Askew and Belcher helped
to take Smith home. On way horn
Carl said that he would go
for the doctor and Smith told
he need not go for a doctor as lie was
already dying. When they got Smith
to his home be culled his wife by
name and said, Sum Pollard
has shot me and killed me. you need
not cut up about it for I am going to
On cross examination
to former testimony.
Second witness was Chief .
of New Bern, to state good character
of V. S. former witness.
Then was called Sheriff A. Gas-
of New Bern, also to state good
character of Hot h said same
be good.
The fourth witness was D. R.
Morgan, he stated that
on Saturday night Jan. 17th, he came
out of barber shop adjoining Pollard's
place. He saw a number of boys
standing around and he opened the
door to go in and as hi did he saw
Pollard standing- by the with
a gun in his hand and heard him say
out of to Smith and at
that moment shot him. Upon cross-
examination held to tame
testimony.
The fifth called was H. II. Howard,
also an eye-witness. He stated that
he was in Pollard's drug store on
Saturday night Jan. 17th. standing by
side of counter, and that Flowers.
Skinner boys. Perkins and a
few others were in the store and Hint
all the boys were at a punch hour.
when Smith entered door. Smith w
walking with hands in aide pants
pockets.
Howard spoke to Smith and
up and take a
Smith said I am not taking any
Howard turned bis
face toward punch board and paid
more attention. Pollard turned and
walked toward the cash register
Howard testified that he then heard a
say and at that
moment a shot was fired. He turned
and saw Pollard with the revolver in
his right band and Smith had his left
hand on of the gun. two
had clinched and another fol.
lowed. Howard ran
another shot fired he returned and
heard Pollard say Smith had
cursed him like a dog and he had Ink
en it ma last
E. S. Hobgood another eye witness
was then called and his testimony was
that on Saturday night 17th ho went
into drug store to get a pack
age of cigarettes and that a number
of boys were standing around a punch
board. That Smith was standing in
the store about or feet from Pol-
lard Hands In bis side
pockets. That ho had seen Smith in
store a few minutes before
Pollard went the cigar case and
sold Hobgood a package of cigarettes.
lie started out was standing
near middle store. Hobgood hi
Pollard say t mid turned and
saw Pollard with a revolve-
drawn on Smith and fired into him.
After Smith sprang
forward and of
gun. Hobgood I Inn ran lo
store where bl the night police-
man and told Mini Pollard had
Chief h. He staled that h
did not go to the drug store and
when lie aw i again he was
being the street hi;
home. Mr. Held his teat I.
in crow examination.
Seventh was Skinner
an eye That he lived four
miles from and that he and
his brother, to
to the moving show. That h
the show . ten o'clock and as
be passed store a bunch of
boys were ling a, punch board
Pollard at counter wait
on boys. entered about
minutes. with coat unbutton-
ed and hands side pants pockets
and one of boys asked Smith to
take a chance he replied that be
didn't want to. moved to the
cigar show case Smith was
i. little distant s turned his face-
to the punch in a few min-
he say
and a was fired. Skinner
said he fled store.
as Roy an
eye witness. He that he was in
on same occasion as
above witness, Smith came in and
walked toward of store. Skin.
Bar said that hoard Pollard
out of Smith said what
does this mean without other
words Pollard at him. Skinner
tan out and later- returned to the store
where he Smith
had cursed like a dog the week
before and that no man could do
Ninth was C. B, Bowen of
Martin so eye witness. That
he was in on business Sat-
January and that
day night he MM in drug
store where of boys were
playing a punch A few mi out .
Chief Smith i red the door with
hands in his s ride pockets.
When he In he walked by
the and to the middle of
the e In w moments ho heard
some one say out of and
immediately a to shot was fired.
ho turned and astir the two men
clinched and rushed out of the
door. He through the window
saw tight hand the
breach of a and Smiths left
second report then saw several
hand on the he heard the
men start to Smith out and as
they were near the door Smith
drew gun and Pollard.
Tenth Ii. C. Turnage. The
pistol If product and
some of the being still
ed. Sheriff was ordered to
load same ho did.
Mr. of Fanny Die
and said that ,;. Saturday night Jan-
17th, was in his
In his store. o'clock
Chief Smith cane in and that at that
time he was a sober condition.
About Turnage was told
that S. U. Pollard had Smith.
I Turnage rushed in and found Mr.
and Askew endeavoring
lo separate the men.
I Smith said has me and hilled
tor nothing. Turnage and
and Askew started
Smith out. Just before leaving the door
Smith drew a revolver from his let;
hip pocket and tired at Pollard. On
way home Smith remarked
times that he was going to die. Turn-
age says he was in the bank
day or Tuesday before the shooting
and that Pollard to the window
and asked him what he would II him
a pistol for Turnage told him
that he would sell him one for par
cent profit.
Immediately alter the adjournment
Pt the counsel met
the Judge in conference to continue
the motion for writ Habeas Corpus
to allow the defendant bail in the sum
of After a warm discussion
of the matter Judge Daniels refused to
permit bail for Mr. Pollard.
Session.
This afternoons session of court
convened at o'clock and up
this paper went to press the follow-
witnesses for prosecution had
J. K- testimony was
as That he began work at the
store of T. C. and J. W. Turnage
January 1st. On Monday or Tues-
day of the week before tragedy, Pol
lard came into the store to purchase
an automatic gun and Mr. Spivey sold
him one. The pistol with which Po
lard shot Smith was brought into
court and by Mr. Spivey as
the one sold him Saturday night he
was at store and slates
he went to drug store i
-0 or minutes after shooting had
occurred. He also states that the
only statement which he heard made
that of Pollard who said that
Smith had cursed him to everything
he could of a few days before and
that now he had put an end to it.
Andrew Moore, who testified that he
was night police. That at the time of
the shooting on Saturday night Jan.
17th that he was in the rear o-
and Co's. store and that
to this time he had talked to
Smith and knew him to be in a
state. That upon hearing of the
shooting he went immediately to Pol
lards store. He entered the drug
store where he saw the two men
clinched, Pollard holding the breech
a pistol and Smith holding the
He caught wrist and tried
to part th when Smith said
pull my arm like that. Pollard has
shot and killed me for and
Pollard said that Smith had cursed
him to everything that he could think
of an he had put up with it
last time. two men were then
separated ant was carried
from the store. That when near the
door Smith drew a revolver from ho
Refugee Train Left There
Last Night With Five Hun-
to Puerto,
Mexico.
CONGRESS ASKED
FOR APPROPRIATION
PREVENT EPIDEMIC
Reports Coming From Cordoba States That
Seven Americans Were Executed There
Yesterday by the Federals. Upon
Secretary Bryan Has Been Unable
To Have Report Confirmed
WASHINGTON. April than three hundred Amer-
remain in Mexico City. It is the smallest number in that city in hall
a century according to official received here. Most of those re-
are expected to take chances and stick in the capital. Jammed
refugee train with more than live hundred Americans; several
men and Germans left the Mexican capital last night to Puerto.
Mexico, where they will board an American transport. Swamped by In
refugees from the war scene desperate efforts to care for them are
being made by the treasury, public Health, labor, state, war and navy de
Secretary asked congress to appropriate one hundred
thousand dollars to be used by the public health service lo prevent the
epidemic that generally hits Mexico about this time each year. The safe
of the thousands of American soldiers now in that country.
VERA April M.- The fighting fifth brigade still lighting
aboard the transports tied up at the docks while is con.
with Adm rail Badger Fletcher completing derails to trans-
fer the control of Cruz from navy to army. forces of
the now report from Mexico City
that the danger of Americana have passed for the present.
though agreeing to mediation plan BraiM, Chile powers are ask
Americans to leave interior. Huerta doing everything possible to
strengthen his forces. treating with rebel with
view of forcing an alliance.
WASHINGTON, April time was the diplomatic
of the Mexican mediation program today. Secretary Bryan Mated that
this government was on a standstill regarding mediation, pending
affirmative action by Argentine. and Chile mediations. That
of Brazil. Argentine and bile would act alone without injecting
any European powers into the situation. So far a. Is known as
Secretary Bryan no further has been received from Villa or Car-
Confirmation was lacking Bryan at the reports of several
left hip picket and turning, fired Americans being at and
Pollard.
Mrs. T. H. Smith, who that
she was the wife of the late T. H.
Smith. That she had been married
1-8 years. That they had one child
who was now dead. That on night
of Saturday. January
band was brought home and that h-
on Page
CRUZ, April From reports here there are good
reason to believe that not a single American has lost his life Mexico
during last two weeks. Many Jailed, but refugees stories indicate that
the imprisonment to save them from the mobs.


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