Eastern reflector, 24 July 1914






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Notice to Creditors
I laving duly qualified before th
superior Court of Pitt County
as executor of tho estate Mrs. Pen
A. Dudley, deceased, notice II
hereby given In all persons indebted
to the estate to make immediate pay-
lo I he undersigned; and all
of
CAROLINA,
PITT COUNTY
Barnhill
TB.
The defendant above named is here
persons having against the by notified that a summons in the
are notified to present same to above entitled action was issued
the undersigned on or before the 28th
day of June 1915, or this notice will
ha plead In bar of recovery.
This day of June,
U. C. DUDLEY,
Mentor of Mrs. A. v.
PATENTS
said defendant on tho 2nd
t May, 1914, returnable to the May
of court. 1914. and that not
found within the county will take
that he Is hereby required to
at tho August term Superior
1914 held on the last Monday of
ho month and answer or demur to
he complaint of the plaintiff, wherein
has been brought for a divorce
r the relief demanded will be granted
This 20th. May, 1914.
P. C. MOORE.
Clerk Superior Court. Pitt Co.
I WANTED-ALL II till HO
old braids dyed made over. Mail
orders a specially. Address Utah
I Mines, Sanitary Hair Dressing Par-
Wilson, N. C
IS
and Certificate
Of The Pitt County Oil Company.
The n of the principal Of-
in this State is in the town of Win
county of Pitt.
The location of the principal
CM against this corporation may be
in charge thereof, upon whom pro-
is A. U. Cox.
W . undersigned, being a ma-
the Board of Directors
hereby certify that at a meeting
the said board called for that
K held on the day of June
A. D., 1914, said board, by a majority
of the whole board, did adopt the
following
Resolved, That in the judgment of
this board, it is and most
the benefit of the Pitt County Oil
Company that the same should be
forthwith dissolved; and to that end
it is ordered that a meeting of the
Stockholder be held on Tuesday the
day of July A. D, 1914 at the of-
of the Company. In the city of
Winterville to take action upon this
resolution; and further, that Sec-
forthwith give notice of said
meeting and of the adoption of this
resolution within ten days from this
date, by publishing the said
a notice of its adoption, in
the Eastern Reflector a newspaper
published in the city of X.
c, for at least four weeks, once a
week, successively, by mailing a
written printed copy lbs same to
ea h and every stockholder of this
Company in the states.
In Witness Whereof, vs, have here-
unto set our and affixed the
corporate seal of said Company, this
day of June A. D., 1914.
A. COX,
I. s KITTRELL,
E. B. HAIL
J. D. cox.
Attest. a. i. COX, Si
Notice of Valuable land Sale
By virtue authority contained In
a certain decree rendered
in a or action
pending the Clerk of the
Court Pitt County,
J it. Carrol and H. s
others against Sherwood
and Jennings and another,
the undersigned Commissioner will
on Monday. August 1914, at
o'clock M sell to the highest bidder
at auction before the
House Door of Pitt County the
lowing house and lot,
-inn l in Town of Greenville,
Carolina and more fully de-
scribed follows,
and being on the North
East side of Sutton Street, and better
known as the Northern portion of
Dickinson Lot and bounded and more
particularly described as
Bounded on the North by C, A, White
an Academy beginning at
corner of a sold by
Marshal Dickinson, at the Stables
c. A, a straight
course with the line of said tract to
the South West corner of a also
conveyed by the said Dickinson, and
now owned by Trustees of the
thence on the South
line of said Academy to a point
on Evans Street, which a line North
degrees would strike the
South corner of the M. Moore,
now thence from said
point South degrees West with
Evans Street feet to an iron stake
a straight line toward tho
front door of the Mansion House
h a Button and wife, South
degrees West to an iron -lake
in the line of Button Street or lane,
thence North degrees Wot with
the of said Street or Lane to the
beginning, containing 1-1 of an acre
more or less, and being the Northern
portion of the Lot conveyed to n. A.
Sutton by Marshal Dickinson on the
2nd. day of as will be
found of record in Hook Q Q. on page
i In the e of the Register i
put County.
The same being further known as
same lot or parcel of land con-
to W. II. and wife
by Deed from Hugh
B Sutton and wife Battle Sutton by
Deed 20th. 1803 and
recorded in Hook P r. page
Pitt County Registry. being
as the home pine, of the late
W,
The purpose Of sale In to make
division of proceeds therefrom
The terms of said sale two thirds
balance in three equal pay-
of one, two three years
from date the purchaser be-
required lo execute sufficient
laid land
the unpaid pun base price
This Jul . 1914
C, PIE iCE,
Grain Privileges
MONET II WHEAT.
Puts and calls are the safest
method of trading m wheat
or oats. your loss is
absolutely limited to the amount
bought No further risk.
Positively the most profitable way
o trading.
Open an account. You can buy In
puts or calls on 10.000 bushels
grain for or 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 hank
references.
r. w.
Ohio.
Address all mail to Lock Box 1420.
Notice
Having qualified as administrator
of D. C. Moore, deceased, late of Pitt
County, N. C, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned on or
the 1st. day of July 1916, or this not-
ice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery, All persons indebted to
said will please make
ate payment.
This the day of June 1914.
A. J. MOORE,
Administrator.
F. G, James k Son,
. -lid.
NOTICE
Hattie L. y
vs.
William W. y
The defendant above named will
take notice t an action entitled
as above has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Pitt County for a
divorce from the bonds of matrimony,
and the defendant will farther
that he is required to appear
at the next Term of the Superior Court
of Pitt County to be held on the
Monday before the first Monday
Of September it being the day of
August 1914, at the Court-house of
Pitt County in Greenville. X. C, and
answer or demur to the complaint of
the plaintiff in said action, or the
plaintiff will apply to the Court
the relief demanded In the complaint.
This the day of July 1914.
A. T. MOORE,
Clerk Superior Court.
JULIUS BROWN,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
7-2 ltd.
Notice to Creditor
Having duly qualified before the
Court Clerk of Pitt County as
of the of Mar-
James, deceased, notice is here-
by given to all persons indebted to the
estate to make Immediate payment to
undersigned, and all persons
claims against said estate are
i tided to present the same to the
C- for payment before 23rd day
June 1915, or this notice will be
ad in bar of recovery.
This 93rd day of June 1914.
S M. CRISP,
of Margaret James deceased.
C-23-ltd.
Notice to Creditors.
Having duly before th
superior court Clerk of Pitt county is
administratrix of the estate of W.
R. W. Nobles, deceased, notice Is
hereby given to all persons
to the estate to make immediate pay-
to the undersigned; and all per-
sons having claims against said estate
are notified to present the same to
the undersigned for payment on or
before June S, 1915, or this notice
be plead in the bar of recovery.
This Mil day of June 1914.
B. A. K. NOBLES,
Id Administratrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having this
qualified as Executrix of the last will
and testament of Mamie Hyman, not-
ice is hereby given to all persons in-
to the undersigned Executrix
and all persons who hold claims
against said estate are hereby notified
to file their claims with the undersign
within twelve months from the
date of this notice or said notice will
be plead in bar against the recovery
on said claims.
This the day June. 1914,
L. ADA HYMAN.
Executrix of Mamie Hyman.
HARDING. .- PIERCE Attorneys.
Notice lo Creditors.
Having duly qualified before the
Superior court clerk of Pitt county
as administratrix of the estate of Alice
. deceased, notice is hereby-
given to all persons indebted to
estate to make immediate payment
to the and all
having claims against said estate
notified to present the same to the
for payment on or
May 1915, or this notice will
plead in the bar of their recovery.
This day of May 1914.
MRS. M. V. FORBES,
Administratrix of Alice I.
deceased. ltd
North Carolina
Pitt County
In Superior Court
Before A T. Moore, Clerk
Leila K. Williams
of the estate of E. F.
vs
Williams and Williams.
Minors and Heirs at Law of E. F.
Williams, deceased.
By virtue of a Decree of the
Court of Pitt County, made by
A. T. Moore. Clerk, on the 3rd. day
Of July, 1914, the undersigned Com-
missioner, will on Monday, the 3rd.
day of August 1914, at o'clock Noon.
expose to public sale before the Court
House door in Greenville, to the high-
est bidder for cash, the following de-
scribe I tracts or parcel of land to wit.
Lying and being in Falkland Town-
ship, Pitt County, North Carolina,
and being No. in the of
the H. P. Williams land and beginning
at a stake on the Snow Hill road near
the crossing of Pasture Branch and
running with said road East
then North 1-2 East e
then North 1-2 poles
to abridge across a ditch; then
said ditch South West poles to
a sweet gum T. L E. F. Williams
corner; then South East poles
a slake, the Jordan line; then North
1-2 poles to a then
South so 1-2 West to a white oak;
then North West poles to the
ginning containing 1-2 acres
more or less.
Also one other tract in said Town-
ship. County and Stale beginning at
a slake Emma J. corner and
runs South West poles to a
pop in a prong of Jacob's Branch
then down the run of Jacob's Branch
to a stake, Corner of W. It. Williams.
Jr., then with his line North 3-1
East poles to a stake at Emma J
corner; then South Mi 1--
East poles to beginning con-
acres more or less. The
two tracts constituting No
the division the H. P. Williams land.
which was allotted to E. F. Williams
by Division Deed dated the 14th. day
June. 1907, as appears of record in
the Register's Office in Pitt County, in
Hook T pane
This sale is made for the purpose
of making assets of the state of E.
E. Williams, deceased.
This the day of July 1914.
THE FARM
Is the Basis at all
LIME
i of all good farming. Write foe
bulletin the bet authority m the United
in Lime on Farm, and get price
purest lime. buy earth, land.
etc A ital will give you
POWHATAN LIME CO.
STRASBURG VIRGINIA
F. C. HARDING,
Commissioner.
r-0-ltd.
One a
d yield to it curative
a box. At MB Druggists.
i tat MM
JOHNSTON, CO.,
St., Pm.
OINTMENT
Kill BALE
saw never bean used with all Al-
lures. Can lie bought I
horse International en-
i Write,
Winterville, N. C , Route
Carpenter's and Builder's
Hardware.
Everything for Building
AND THE BEST.
IF YOU USE THE RIGHT BUILDER'S HARDWARE WHEN
YOU PUT UP A BARN OR BUILD A HOME IT WON'T HAVE
TO BE EVERY WEEK IF YOU USE GOOD, STRONG, DUR-
ABLE BUILDER'S HARDWARE.
CHEAP HARDWARE IS NOT CHEAP, BUT THE BEST
HARDWARE IS NOT BUT CHEAP
WE SELL THE BEST. SEE OUR SCREEN DOORS AND WIN-
Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers
PHONE
GREENVILLE
NORTH CAROLINA
IS THE
HEART OF EASTERN
CAROLINA. IT HAS
A POPULATION OF FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
IND ONE. AND IS
ROUNDED RY THE BEST
FARMING COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES OF ALL
KINDS ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HA YE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAY OF
LABOR, CAPITAL AND
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
A N D NEWSPAPER
PLANT.
is the tie Most Healthful. Most it Mu.
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE HUN-
AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE IN THE EASTERN
PART OF NORTH CARO-
LINA AND INVITE THOSE
WHO WISE TO GET BET-
ACQUAINTED WITH
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
i BUSINESS WAY TO TAKE
INCHES SPACE AND
TELL THEM WHAT YOU
TO BRING TO HEIR
ATTENTION.
oil ADVERTISING
ARE AND CAN
BE BAD UPON
s. c, mum 1914.
m mill ;
Primary Election Will
Be Held On the Second
Tuesday In September
Laws Governing Same as Passed it
Last Regular Session
the Legislature
PHI COUNTY Girl
nun Train With Red
Lib IN Flannel Skirt
OF A HOSPITAL
U. S. Asks and
Villa to Shake Hands
In the Interest of Peace
This Kill s Substituted in the Sen-
ate Senator the tine
Introduced Representative
II. M. lark.
Editor Reflector,
hand you herewith copy of the
County Legalized Primary Law pass-
ed at the last regular session the
Legislature.
have received many as to
whether or not we now have a Leg-
Primary for the county and
deem the most effective way to furnish
the people with the desired
is to have you publish the bill
in This bill is the one that
substituted in the Senate by Senator
the one which I introduced
In the House, and which was publish-
ed in the Reflector at the time,
law as it was passed is not all that
might be desired in the way of a
Legalized Primary, but it answers
the purposes and is in fact a very
good primary regulation.
Tin amendment attached was pass-
ed at the session at Instance
of Senator Evans.
Respectfully,
II. CLARK.
Act To
in Pitt The
Assembly of Haiti
lino Ho
Section That for the purpose of
choosing party candidates for Con-
and all state and county of-
fices, for the selection of delegates to
the county conventions and precinct
every political party
in said County of shall bold
at the several voting places in the
said county, on the second Tuesday
in September, one thousand nine
and fourteen, and
there afterwards, a primary election.
Section The hours for holding
said election shall be between the
hours of seven o'clock in the morning
and six in the afternoon.
Section That the executive com-
the several parties shall
point managers for the primaries of
their respective parties and shall
scribe rules and regulations for the
In conflict with this Pro- j the
the same to the executive
of their respective political parties on
or before eleven o'clock on the second
day after said election; and the said
executive committee of each political
party participating and holding said
primary election shall meet at eleven
o'clock on second day after said
at the Court house in Greenville,
North Carolina, and canvass the vote
and declare the result. The person
receiving a majority of the votes cast
for th; office for which he Is a can-
shall be declared by the said
committee the nominee of his party.
Section Where no candidate re-
a majority of votes cast for any
office, those two candidates which re-
highest number of votes
cast for said office shall be voted on
again for again on the second Tues-
day following said election, and the
one receiving tho majority of the
votes cast shall be the nominee
ii this party.
This election shall lie conducted by
Hie said officers in like manner as
the election.
Section T. At said primary election
an executive of five shall be elected
each political participating in
said primary, which said
shall be known as the precinct
committee. There shall also be
elected at said primary election as
many delegates as the precinct Is
entitled to votes in the county con-
which said delegates shall
cast the vote, as instructed, in the
county convention of their political
party. The executive committee f
several political parties shall
make such rules and regulations as
they may deem necessary to govern
the selection and balloting for said
precinct committeemen and delegates.
Section S. Every person who
es to become a candidate before said
primary shall, at or before ten o'clock
a. m., on the tenth day preceding the
same, tile with the chairman of the
executive committee of the political
party to which he belongs a written
naming tho office for
which he is a candidate, and shall
pay to the said chairman of the
committee the sum of
which said money shall be
mediately paid by said chairman to
the Treasurer of Pitt county, to be
credited by said treasurer to the gen-
fund of said Provided,
r, that candidate for county
commissioners, township offices, and
precinct and delegate
county conventions shall not
July A story today
reached here of how the presence i
mind a little girl saved pas-
train No. of the Atlantic
Writes Dr. S. Morrill to
mi going
WINTERVILLE
WINTERVILLE, July -Miss
Helen Smith, spent the
week with Misses and
Board Commissioners
AFFORD PUBLIC GREAT SERVICE
recently. The girl's name is unknown
her age is years. ., Mn,. ,,.
No. was running a. a rule is , Me
It. Then, why not put on a new cat
of while D,
Want Them to Their Personal
and Work in Harmony
Home Proposition
Obsolete. State
Coming the
Caring for
N. C, July
To The Honorable board of
of Pitt
The question as to whether Pill
County needs a Hospital is not a new
one, having been under
at limes, for several years past.
There is and has been a decided sen-
in favor of a Hospital, where-
the matter has had anything like
careful consideration. however,
there has been no plan submitted
that met with such universal
approval as that authorized by an Act
of Last General Assembly and dis-
cussed in the Reflector of July 14th ,
is entitled to receive.
We are living in an age of evolution
things that would do a few years ago
i are out of place today, and we must
keep pace with the times. If the
question has arisen as to which
County needs most, a Very Extensive
and County Home a
very or a County Hos-
would say a HOSPITAL; be-
cause this would he an institution
ready and capable to afford the public
a very great service. It's usefulness
end scope for Public Benefit wool
steadily grow-
There is no doubt that the County
Home proposition is rapidly becoming
State Institutions are com-
to the rescue to a great
in caring for these unfortunate
As an economic advantage, a
County Hospital would possess over
a County Home in serving the public
and doing good. believe we d
invest, not in a New County Home,
hut in a COUNTY HOSPITAL, in the
end we will not forget the
in our of
and
very truly,
Ii S. MORRILL.
line between and Halifax
shortly before dark When the child,
tearing off a red she wore.
had seen I
flagging her down.
a point a short distance away, she
told tin engineer. Extreme heat had
caused the rails to expand to an ab-
normal degree, causing a
The buckling rails had thrown the
track six or seven feet off the road-
tied, and but for the girl's thoughtful-
the damage to life and property
might have been frightful.
The passengers lined up to shake
hands with their little black
tress, and Conductor D. of
Kinston was in charge of
train, took a handsome collection for
her.
is giving a per cent discount
I all ready mixed paints.
Harrington. Barber have a
full supply thermometers and
terns.
MISS Minnie Mae Whitehurst re-
to her home here Monday after
several day visit to Norfolk and
Drum Hill
Mr. Herbert arrived here Sat-
TELLS
FIELD COBS HE
SAW IN
Monday, Sheriff Dudley returned
from Norfolk where he went to take
Stokes, who was being held here
for the Virginia authorities for for-
On his return he was forced
to lay over at Pantego to await the
train on account of n wreck I
ahead on the Norfolk Southern, and
while he states that he had the
opportunity of seeing near a thousand
acres of land planted in com that will
average fifteen barrels of corn to the
acre. Sheriff is considered very truth-
we are not going
to doubt his word, but it won't do for
him to tell too many of this nature.
fob
k bus
that as mar as possible each
candidate shall be represented in the
number of poll holders and registrars
and in all respects fair treatment
shall be accorded the different
dates.
Section Every member
of a political party who is a qualified
elector shall be permitted to
pate m the primary election of the
political party to which he belongs,
upon taking an oath that he is a
dent of the precinct at which he pro-
poses to vote and a duly qualified
elector, and has not voted before In
said primary election. The name of
said elector shall be recorded upon
n poll book kept by said party
rs and shall be returned Immediate
ill U ii,,
of the of the Superior Court of
said Pitt County.
Section The managers of
in several election precinct
be required to pay the said sum of
ten dollars.
The chairman of the
executive committee of each political
party shall publish a list of all can-
in some newspaper
published in Pitt county, which shall
appear In each issue of said paper
until after said election.
Section The executive commit-
tee of the political which
shall participate in said primary else
shall meet in the town of Green-
ville, North Carolina, lot later
six days before said primary i,
and shall and
a ballot or to be used in said
primary election, and further direct
how the same shall We cast.
section U, puny snail in primary election herein pro-
hold its primary election within Hire- . for shall make and prescribe all
except that of party to which lie
belongs, or any person or candidate
who shall give or oiler any bribe to
any voter in order to secure his vole
either by money or the use
liquor, shall be guilty of a mis-
demeanor, and or imprisoned, in
the discretion of the court.
Section IS. Each candidate who
shall be voted for at said primary
election shall be filed with the clerk
of the Superior Court on day after
said election is itemized, verified ac-
count of all the money or oilier
of value spent or used by him
in said primary election, and if he
fails to do so, he shall be disqualified
for the nomination to which be as-
Section The executive commit-
tee of each political party
Flu . July -For holding
lip auto-bus on
June when be shot and wounded
men, occupants the stage.
P, was morning at Orlan-
by Judge to
live years in the State penitentiary,
All the wounded have recovered
attach on the stage was
for robbery, bin to Webb
Sylvester, whom be charged with
been in Mrs.
s leaving home. Sylvester, who
wounded denied charge
Two companion
have aided in his
trial look all the blame
v. Shirley and J.
-were
France Been Brit Ian
and Spain ii- Bating
the
WASHINGTON. C, July -The
United States, through its consular
representatives, today appealed to
General and General Villa,
in the interest of patriotism and
Raleigh where he has been I peace of Mexico, to bury
In the hospital. We are exceedingly j differences and work In
glad to have him with us again. tor the establishment of a new
Mr. R. H. Forrest has not taken
vacation yet. He says he has be n
busy selling Hunt Club shoes. Bryan telegraphed both
had better gel a pair while Hoy last George C. and John R, 81111-
have no superior. man, the State De-
Miss Myrtle of with General Villa and Gen-
Is visiting Miss Johnson respectively, urging
present In a most friendly
Better come get dozen effective manner the Importance
easy sail fruit jars, the cohesion n
economical on the market. They ton
going cheap at Harrington, Barber While the recent conferences Tor-
Co, i was declared lo have resulted
Slippers and pants arc going u healing the breach between Villa and
greatly reduced price at A W Ange reports lave come to the
Co. Villa as preparing to con-
Prof. Nye had a r hands , bis troops in Chihuahua an I
work at the High School for bold himself from
tune repairing the buildings and authority.
paring the fall term lo begin. Hi Bryan's telegrams lo two
the prospects for the school leaders indicated
an- brighter than ever before and the American government would
is preparing to have the dormitories counter revolutions
home as for the students -n,,, general situation today did
when they arrive I seem as promising for pi ace to
The A. O. Cox, Mfg. A; CO., are diplomats as to American of-
running out any of General has Insisted
surrender of the
be unconditional.
of Mr. said
guarantee and amnesty must
grant id. Si as
tub m today that a
would be bed . remission-
its the two Lo i w
Separation om Demanded,
France now has added to
and Spain a- nations
which will be aside for n
but not
n I
lion for the killing of Benton,
pain want hi r Is -1
Flues and Handy Tobacco Trucks.
ORGANIZE FARMERS
I MO AT I
SMITHTOWN July bad
three able speeches
Smith's School House last
night They gave us many good
thoughts. Their speeches were
Instructive giving much Information
regarding and what
i has accomplished. believe
one present was convinced of its
also the need of a strong
local at Smith's School House We
glad indeed to see that some of
Tax Mil- t
our people are taking an Interest in
ibis good work l sin more will w confiscated propel ;
alleged night 23rd, to is now making urgent
perfect our union. Its tin French
or failure depends mi you members the
Mr. Allen and Miss clerical order of Christian
Hemby were married t charge of the French em-
home of Mr, Josh Smith July 18th laid the n bi fore
iii for them all happiness Wilson today, saying the two
life. r- n had n d by Ci n
Misses Agues and Trilby Smith Villa's orders,
visiting in Snow Hill.
Flanagan of Columbia.
S. was on a visit lo bis
Messrs l. C. D and Mills
u General Vengeance.
hundred yards of the other.
Section Any person who
unlawfully vote at any primary
in said County shall count the ballot's of who shall vote any primary
such rules and regulations, not
with this act and the general
election law of the
on Page
LONDON, July Freddie Welsh
has learned, since his recent defeat
Willie Richie, that the lot of a
champion pugilist is not
a Ind of roses. Since he acquired the
title he has received a demand for Thursday.
over income tax, the assessment
being based on assumption that HAD CRUSHED
bis Income has received a big SPEED BASEBALL taking of vengeance against
since ho became champion. As Welsh RICHMOND, Va . July the Federal- when the
to have to pay a similar tax on the side the head by a pitched list up their government In Mex-
iii the Baited stales where he h-s while playing in a ho i in General was Hid
large interests and where lie expects clerks of tin different departments of to have told representative of
to make his future boat, he is be- the C. I Railway Company, John Wilson yesterday. This news
ms. July
states and other nations J
have no fear of a general and
ginning to wonder how much he will, T, Went, aged II, is in a hospital here reached border today
state of North
left ho is through today With a
his taxes. Hit ion IS m
His con-
i II
source regarded as re





THE CAROLINA HOME
and FARM and EASTERN
REFLECTOR
Published t
Inc.
U. J.
sent per
-s be for at three
sent per line, up lines
Battered second matter
August to. Is at the poet at
North Carolina, under
act of March
Tin claim II Is All eras on and the Car
choice between Roosevelt and Bolter government for a settlement
in reveals one of the die- Lei ii be soon.
I advantages living the state
one North paper
i nines in our table carried nap
advertisements In Ha
lion, shows the soup men
are making desperate efforts to op
up new A soap
is regarded a great cur
in Carolina Greenville,
piedmont.
From appearance or some
seen from the State H
i- doubtful ii the i saw a rake
soap
one year. . .
u mo
be bad
apt the business is
The Building, Corner
and street.
Ail he holds no t
-if will at
. in the air i
hour . aviator has demon-
i has till-
as II as
s, . r complaint
new certain classes
,;,,,,. can be bought cheaper
STRICTLY HOME
Sixty thousand dollars will IT
a STRICTLY MODERN HOSPITAL .
in ill. x. July U a very
with fitly or more beds. is as m ,
as anything can be that ,,.,,. j j. gave In
FORTY THOUSAND PEOPLE have marriage his lovely accomplished
need right now this much of a daughter to Mr. John
t. i i . . i. i
Hospital. Building a sixty thousand
hospital tor forty
means that we are spending one
dollar cents for each per-
son.
Our outstanding bonded Indebted-
everything, amounts
to Which we have
for the ultimate consumer.
Thin country uses about 15.000,.
nun t.-.-i of lumber ever year, and
record he something to be
of when we grow as much
annual as we down.
FRIDAY
argument for the con
of Paul M. is the
The topics of the County most of the opposition i-
hospital
for i.- found In empty
PR, DAWSON FAVORS
W X.
in a letter to the County Hoard Com-
expresses disapproval
building an expensive County Home
but u the other hand, he gives hearty
i approval to the construction of i
; county Hospital, BUILT and
TAILED by the PEOPLE, and
a man learns something eve r;
time blunders,
You flatter an honest b
ling m that he's h n
W. . i. a woman .- a long talk
a-i man it an- in
i .; Root ii shows his
. . . in the an
.,. Their
mi way.
Sir
Senator complains
whereas he was a according
. Roosevelt win it he supported
is now merely
ii h. obvious there is a way
by . . ii I e I I i
-------o
I h, pal es about our
are be-
i a bit tiresome. The
American has to work
boiling i In
f the i hunt.
Ml
expressly the PEOPLE
Dr. Dawson has been practicing
i ii- Pitt for ah n
years No man is more
loved by all classes with whom
comes in contact. He is a
col only as a physician, but as a bus
man. and above all he is a BU
because he has so much
and h many way to aid oilier- I i
I s.-.
man knows the needs of a
. pie more than Dr. Dawson knows Hi-
. , of Pitt Count;, s people. If
. v. i-. year It our tend
h every physician In Pitt County has
. And the pace at Wash-
ii. in . I Hospital th-i
. too swift for them they might
,., i- expressed by Dr. Its
. solution b; rushing up the
. i- assured as soon as its doors
work bi for. m and going home.
are hope lo hear from
will object to their adjourning
I ,. their
pro
whole of County's med
Inn on this Important i
II I
. i pessimist I
i better i
ll
. ; led b
p ii to
Oft
. . vi Ii
i the w Is i lat
artful dodger In
In a ml r of the Cob
. and a professed believer n
low his Benton
-o
in School Bonds; la
Bridge Bonds and In Court
Mouse Bonds. Property is not
sad on tax list in Pitt County
tor more than its value.
A farm valued on the tax
list cannot be bought for If
this be true we have a county
forty people, worth lift,
or Sixty million dollars, with an In-
of only one hundred seven
dollars.
This one hundred thou-
sand dollar expenditure has brought
The Training School properly worth
more Hum our whole Indebtedness It
has brought an iron bridge across Tar
River, and a County court house that
of us would be without. A par;
this expenditure we have already
paid, the real comes ill easy yearly
i For example, the Training
Bonds mature In The
Bridge Bonds mature in The
Court House Bonds mature in
Now the value of Pitt County's
properly, as per the tax list, In 1312
is The Total value for
this properly In 1913 is
increase of In one year.
Our County is growing, Its
are busy. They need a place to
. in when they are sick If
care anything saving life an I
giving comfort to sick ii Is time
we were building a hospital Is
comfortable and properly equipped,
armers lull on Slate Department
Aid. Hr-t Time
l Years Worm
Al
What State Franklin
Sherman, Jr., describes as I
army has invaded North Car-
and in seven counties is cut-
coin and grass crops by the i t.
Great armies of worms are Invading
fields of grass and corn, and as re-
some are
i I stripped of all foliage.
, o. Bethel render.,, a . four.
,, and m of mis . ha, Mr.
Mamie also of B. h-
sang and other s. I ,,,
in her usual charming MM- aH
was played softly. a
dead hush prevailed and in the
to home was
decorated, and about the
house decorations bespoke of the
coming happy event.
Shortly before eight o'clock, the
hour set for the occasion. Miss I
Raleigh In the pest
sh am, ; This worm
,.,, one could hear the soft toot- , ,.
of the sweet bride descending
the stairway, timing herself to the
soul chords of Lohengrin's
wedding march.
is he who lives; happier
still Is he who Is loved and the light
roads on corn In the northern and
middle western states.
Mr. Sherman spent Saturday in
the section gathering samples
of worms and explaining the method
Still IS W m i . Bi
shone from Miss Carson's eyes f destroying it. He found the farm-
showed a divine love M whose , worm was work-
about to make beautiful and or the army worms
sacred her pathway through all the precaution to
coming years. the and It la expected that the
Mr. met his bride at the will be stopped. There is n
fly that is more deadly to the army
Every dog has its day, Tin i. i
howler had his. hut his lime
up There i no longer be
It cost ten l is lo
. it does I
for walking In
narrow pal I
man big enough to be a
I bi small enough
haggle his
o----
danger of
as long as ii rains
past or
going
for
ks
It may be that the
hand v iv York taxi driver, who
was over paid has returned the
money.
Why Is ask- an Inquisitive
a pretty girl is Bel
It's
doesn't need be
T. R sin- he i- going to
the solid South. He should try some-
thing easier first, -in Ii as growing
Ii ii lea In place
The old adage that the good die
young always prove
because ire have known some
old maids lo live a ripe old
of Colorado having th
Democracy, party of Jefferson,
Jackson, Bryan and Wilson no doubt ,,,
win give up ill- ghost, By the way.
senator Benton Is at In, lit.
.,. trader but that yielded .
. . ,,.;, favored countries may continue
; In i to set
,. ,, .,.,, ma a t. to feel the effects the
for -out i .-
,. , , . stagnation that bus world-
i he us. -i
, ,,,,.,. , ,,.;. wide. When we read In personal
. ,. explain organ so I
,. Mr, ad-
I U tit
III n . Hurl
hi- tire administration as
lent he dodged the tar fl
prophet -I woe
Pennsylvania
Senator
old-time
------o-
we i an no doubt
, . conditions hi raided by
. that l record-breaking crop, are before
II place weight he us. Those crops, II bi
on subject now that i.-
reach in
o , and hungry for
A sum so
be readily grasp.
-I bi gained when II
bored that ii exceeds I
ii an idea
is
asset sod
III Till VI.
. . people getting aroused
the subject of a hospital for Pitt valuation of all the real Sew
ii- never before. la a and Chicago combined and that
continue to be It would clear off our national debt
until it- -in accomplished, ten times over Calamity
The best solution of it Is In the
of Dr In the
of the county
and people In building a
count combined
mil survive such a deluge of plenty.
According to Senator Oliver's paper,
bran, lies of trade are feeling the
stimulus the return normal con-
Senator Oliver's pane
ll will only provide would i- the on.- to so if the
tor in- better care the few facts were not so
maintained by the county, but It Isn't to paper's
will at the same time prove of the return
in preparing a There are concrete fan- In plenty to
to care for people of prove It. The
and result in the pres.- has Just awarded contracts for
, in life and health. The . tons of steel rails and the entire
A home both be pro Heel Industry of the country is boom-
,;,.,, , greater cost than as is absolutely nothing
to expend wrong with business. Henry Ford.
home, a part of which the the great manufacturer.
pi iv of .
Business can create psychological
conditions to suit itself or to browbeat
mi administration it would ruin if i.
cannot material conditions lo suit
any such purpose
If there been a conspiracy lo
this effect, the big crops are blowing
up and the railroads are hiring
men were recently dis-
charging wholesale. The calamity
howlers are being swept off their feet
The are running away
with the cry of what can done
save their exclusive With
Providence through high tariff In
product ion of prosperity. And last-
the Colonel is seen hunting
for I hat industrial depression
and which he left the Out-
look to save the country from.
It is a great pity, in midst of
these glowing promises for the in-
of the many, to have to re-
cord havoc wrought to the elect
and those who battle for the Lord.
facts are facts New York World
has entered the news-
paper Meld with a bright looking week-
The Herald it live long
Todays neglect spells tomorrow's
tool of the steps from which lie led
her to the altar, an altar wreathed in
Bowers by the dear friends of the
bride a living shrine of beauty en-
cased by love, beauty, and romance.
gifts of Clod.
The ceremony was
and solemnly spoken by the Rev. H-
K. Tripp, the bride and grooms pas-
tor. During the ceremony Miss Bunt-
played Schubert's serenade, and
after Mr. spoken the
words ring thee wed.
left the room to the
rains of Mendelssohn's
Shortly afterwards they went
automobile to Tarboro, X. C, whew
they boarded the ten o'clock train
for and other points in the
mountains,
The bride is the cultured young
daughter of Mr J. J, Carson, a prom-
planter and merchant Beth-
el, is much loved and admired by i
host of friends In many parts of the
State. She was a student of Meredith
College aw., of the Southern
of Music.
The groom is a young man
qualities, formerly of
X. but now holding a
in Bethel.
They w.-re the of many
handsome and beautiful presents.
An r July the thirtieth they will
be at home to their friends in Bethel
V Tribute lo Dr. Hoy.
When the Death, at
light the evening of July eighth.
entered the home of Dr, Elbert Al-
and took his soul to the
beyond, a good husband, a good
and a good man was taken
from his loved ones.
lie had been for a number of
years, an invalid two, but he
bore his affliction with patience and
fortitude, even on the last day of his
life, being a physician and throughly
conscious of the symptoms of his
disease, must have known the
was near, yet when asked how he
fell lie would smilingly answer,
am Bert, as he was
known will be missed by his
man.- friends. His record as a doc-
tor is one that his family and friends
feel proud us a business man he
was very successful, leaving a large
estate to his wife and children; as
a citizen he was ever ready to use
his untiring efforts to promote the
town's interests and to uplift man-
kind
As a friend, he was as a man.
he was honest, as a husband, he
devoted, as a father, he was the most
thoughtful and lovable.
May tenderly watch over and
comfort his loved ones Is the wish of,
A Friend.
worm than anything else, and a
of are planting
their eggs in the bodies of the worms.
The following counties have re-
ported the invasion of army worms
Pitt, Wake. Nash. Wayne
Wilson and Hertford.
Mr. Sherman prepared the fol-
lowing which shows the
methods of destroying the
The
lure army worm appear-
ed in destructive numbers In several
counties In central and eastern North
Carolina. From July lo com-
plaints to the State Department of
Agriculture at Raleigh show n
present in the counties of Wake.
Johnston. Nash. Wilson. Wayne and
and it Is no doubt present
In many other counties.
is the true army worm and
not identical With the fall army
worm which was prevalent In 1812,
and not the same as cotton worm
of 1911. This true army worm
present is
lo grasses grains reports now
coming in showing that it stuns
Chiefly in millet, then moves ill arm-
eating and
food it takes only when compelled by
hunger. These worms grow- very
rapidly and within a week after an
is noticed the worms have
matured, damage, and
to change to
A gray fly somewhat like the
house-fly but larger and more
is now swarming among the army
worms. These are an enemy to the
army worms and will probably pro-
vent destructive brood from
developing this year. Still the
might happen.- we may have
destructive broods later.
The Remedies.
SOME
For Stomach and Liver
Sufferers
Don't take medicine for Stomach ail
stem morning. and Usually Ml h
m only give simply
digest the food in b
i permit a u U
. themselves will furnish, and th. the President . the
, to the county tor main- State., and he hi. faith m
. will lie far less than a truth of the assertion
, . , ,. , rt of m contact wall.
alone Think over this to double capacity of his Immense
matter an and build the plant, MarTs j plaint My buck ached and there was
soreness across my kidneys. The
Corroborated and Easily In-
Do you need a good kidney
cine Then read the reports In these
very columns of persons
cured or benefited with
Pills. You won't have go far to
find out if they are true. This Green-
ville case is example. Others will
follow.
Mrs. w. t. Banter, st,
Greenville had kidney com-
who Is of i
had an Ides for safety when grace as they ran muster.
The calamity howler may as soreness across my kidneys. These-
. ., M Si-mi. h . my kidneys were
to Inevitable with as no only . .
scanty and
Why
as n-t only ,,
but Hie regular, scanty sun-
The rendering- the entire and ,., ., , , , .,,.
antiseptic and thin the of its nm.- I also had headache aim
o left Mexican capital under guard Country Ii not going to the contact pain spells. I saw Kidney
eatables higher In Green- a regiment of infantry. Who There is not going to be s return of
mine your health how
For Instance . . d. likewise under the Mt.
I C ,. .
under, the papers and got a sup-
r , ,. ,,
rills than Is
In Washington, just distance of
. el the Warren Drug They
Wonderful -in I. Ken. y my back and relieved
administration. The States, convince that ,. .-., d o , sir, mo
Marl the other symptoms of kidney trouble.
having emerged from a pas- Pl whenever
deep furrow around the
-o as to confine it will be effective
preventing spread. the land to-
ward the worms so they must Climb
the steep side of the furrow, which
they cannot easily do. A clean cut
post hole lo S Inches deep every
to feet apart In the bottom of
the furrow will trap many.
green may be applied O
grasses or corn immediately ahead
of a Mix one pound
Paris green with three pounds flour
or lime and dust until plants
Do this just ahead of the
worms, not on the whole crop. Or
mix one-half pound Paris with
thirty gallons water and sprinkle or
spray grass ahead of them. The
plants to which this is applied cannot
be used for forage
following poisoned bait can
be scattered on ground among or
just ahead of the worms and will not
affect the forage plants. Mix the
Paris green with pounds wheat
bran, add gallon syrup and water
to moisten, mix thoroughly, and dis-
tribute where the worms
Further details are fully discussed
in a on of
just issued by the North Car-
department of agriculture at
Raleigh which can be had on
t on.
been taken and U
or rent the dozen, and re the President Wilson is not the k. period of world-wide business d.- back gives me annoyance and they
oh in is entering upon an era of
, , . valuable Price at all dealers
to cents the dozen Han City. unprecedented prosperity, and no go. h. May.-, u
. ,, rich at Ike Viv
.
r forced to pay from man to leave his duties for a w.
merchant. Mooted the rid amount of baying at the moon by H. C, h,
If so. they should begin a woman's imagination appointed will change I- CO
n a moderate way. .-. Invalid facts. and Druggists everywhere
Boat
ask bf a kidney
I Kidney same
Mrs. Hunter had. Co ,
Buffalo, N. J.
HAS
Bond
Into
July Robert
Bond, aged shot himself through
the bead at the home of his grand-
mother here today. The only reason
that could be advanced was worry
over ill health. Bond had been
will.
Bond was connected with
mil- and partner In n
meat business with two brothers. The
three made their home with the
grandparent. A brother, suspicious
of youth's actions, had Just
cured a promise from him that he
would do nothing rash, when tag
shot was fired.
l-
Moseley Bros
REAL ESTATE
and
INSURANCE
mm
His Sermon Minister
Heartily Endorses Recent
Article Hospital
the course of his sermon in
Memorial Baptist church, Sunday
Rev. M, Rock referred to
the recently article by Dr. C.
published In this
paper, and said he had seen
in print lately that he more heartily
endorsed. this connection the
minister referred to the urgent need
of a hospital in Pitt county, and the
great good that would come to the
people through having one. He said
that with all the wealth and
in Pitt County, there is woeful
ignorance and neglect as to the pres-
of human life and the
caution of disease. He cited
where through failure to properly
dare fur the sick, and neglect of
precaution and sanitation the lives
families and communities were en-
dangered. He urged co-operation
churches and Christians general-
in the movement to establish a hos-
in County. It it preaching
the Gospel, he asked, to speak of
these things from the pulpit H-
felt that it was, and justified It in
quoting the words of
much as you did it unto one of the
least these, you did unto me.
Death of Mother
Mr. A. B. Taylor, assistant
graph operator In the Western Union
Telegraph office was called lo his
home in S. C, the latter
part of last week on u of his
mother being seriously ill. A
gram was received Ibis morning from
Mr. Taylor stating that she die I last
night about eight o'clock.
bay
weighed about pounds.
to will be
J. Jenkins.
TO BIT
A good farm. Prefer it being near
. Ayden or Winterville. but would c n-
other offers. I do not mind the
price provided the land has the quality
and are satisfactory.
v Apply to box f.
A w.
Voters Strong For
Harding and Presents Names
For House
To the Democratic voters of Pitt Co.
We see by the County paper, can-
tor different offices the
County. We like Mr. Harding for
the Senate and we want to suggest
names the House and the two
that we are going to suggest
been on the Held of battle every
They have had experience in
every line both old Confederate sol-
and successful business men.
They are men of good ripe age and
experience they know all of the
from one side of the county to
the other side. We know them, and
they know our wants and needs.
We suggest Capt. J. J.
and Mr. Robt. It. Fleming.
With this ticket, we can win, and for
us in Township Mr. W. S. Gal-
as County Commissioner.
Yours Respectfully
A. CLARK,
E, S. ARNOLD.
C. E. BOYD,
T. F. PROCTOR.
J. O. PROCTOR,
W. B. PROCTOR.
HENRY DIXON.
I. E. ELKS,
J. J. ELKS.
It. If. ELKS.
Sunday School Organized at
Slate Sanatorium For
Tuberculosis
Marriage Licenses
Register of Deeds Dell has
issued licenses to the following
Couples since last
WHITE
Herbert Ross and Clyde Button.
Dawson and Lillian
I. II. Allen and
Thad Little and Nina Hart.
COLORED
and Cray.
Moore and Carrie Langley.
Frank Harriss and Perkins.
The Jenkins Roofing and
Company, Inc.
Tobacco Flues That Fit
Having incorporated my business and by this means getting more capital, I am now in
the best position I have ever been to supply customers with Tobacco Flues. For six years
I have supplied satisfactory Flues to my trade, and hive never failed to fill any orders,
large or when given in time. By fair and liberal dealings, and by making Flues
in a satisfactory manner, I have built up the
Largest Individual Tobacco Flue Business
in the World
I located this season at Gentry
Warehouse. Give us a call.
L. A. Harper, Secretary
J. J. Jenkins, General Manager
Office in the Dick-
avenue. Office hours
to and to
V. H.
Specialist in Fitting Glasses
Office at J. K. k Bros, Store
Ayden, rs. C,
Monday and Tuesday -August and
Home Office . . N. C.
Except Monday a. nil Tuesday.
THE FLANAGAN LINE
IS THE QUALITY KIND
NORFOLK, Vt, July
of Va. one of III
Victims of the collision between an
elect I rain of the Virginia
and Power Company and a coal
train of the Virginian Railroad Thurs-
day night, died today. This makes the
total number of dead seven.
of legs had to he
amputated and be died soon after the
operation.
The afternoon Sunday School at the
Slate Sanatorium for Tuberculosis
has grown to be quite an important
and pleasant feature of the weekly
routine. The lesson is taught by Kev.
W, G. of N. C Dr.
is a Baptist minister, a patient
in the Institution, who after the
teaching of the lesson delivers a
short sermon. There Is an average
of from forty five to fifty in
dance. t this time no one ex-
patients and the medical and
nursing staff have attended.
All the patients are much Interest-
ed and seem to get a great deal o
pleasure out of the services. The
singing, which has recently been add-
ed. Is a very enjoyable feature,
the bed patients, who are unable to
attend the services, get the of
enjoy greatly. A min-
is expected to conduct the next
service.
While the Sunday afternoon
vice has been held for a considerable
length of time, a regular Sunday
School was organized In due form only
Sunday. Dr. P. P.
Superintendent of the
was made Superintendent of the
Sunday School, Mr. W. K Jordan.
Secretary and Treasurer, and Hiss
How-den, Librarian.
NOTICE.
At the regular meeting Board
of Commissioners Pitt County, held
July 1914, the following petition
was
We the undersigned land owners,
whose land the following described
road will cross hereby petition your
honorable body to lay out a public
road leading from across
the lands of N. E. Garris, S. E. Bed-
L. C. Garris, G. C. Garris, V
I Garris, A. J. Garris to the Ayden
and road
Same will be heard at the regular
j meeting of the Board held first Mon-
For all occasions. Cam in persona de-
mons, Violets and the lead win be pres-
ere. Our art In
DR, J.
Veterinary Surgeon Dentist
treat all promptly
day or Office at K
. Smith's stables hospital
Hie Day phone . ; night 289-L
CHOICE CUT
WANT ADS
Pr
Cash accompany
for want ads, except from those
having regular advertising ac-
counts. The rate Is I cents per
Use, six words to the line. Tel-
No.
menu are of the touch.
In floral to be hod
Blooming pot Hy
palms, fen a. Norfolk pines
aid many other men Pot plants.
Roes
hedge aid tree.
Wall, telegraph ant
promptly executes by
L. r.
Store
N. C
on said date.
This day of July 1914.
BELL,
Clerk to Board
J. C-
MONUMENTS HEAD STONE
AND
NOTICE
Every occupant of any lot, on any
street in the corporate limits of
Town of Grenville are hereby notified
to clean off the sidewalks around
such premises of all rank weeds,
grass and other vegetation by the
of July 1914. Falling to comply
with this notice will subject you to a
line of
This July 1914.
T. smith,
NEW MULLETS. S. .
Ask Grocer for WHITE SWAN
FLOPS Est the best. if
HELP WANTED
to visit trade with our cigars. Salary
weekly to start. Cigar Co.
Station D., New York City.
CAMM
DB. V. H.
Optometrist
Office at J. R. Smith and Bros,
Ayden, N. C, the second Monday e
each month.
Eyes Examined Free
Home Office Washington, N. O.
Metropolitan Life
of New York
Assets
George A. Special Agent
Evans St. M. B
M.
Still With
The Life Co
N. T.
J. EVERETT
Attorney at Us
In Edwards Building, on toe
House
ONE AUTOMOBILE AND
Liberal reward. Finder return
o. FORD CO.
WHEN WANT
Headstones or
Monuments
LET ME SHOW
HENRY T. KING
Only One
To gel the call lull mm,
Look signature of
H. Cure a Cold in One Day. Stop
cough headache, works cold.
a a JO V
putt
suns
High
School
C.
High Grade . ,. School,
Classical and S Courses,
Special Course lo Govern-
Academies, Trained and Ex-
teacher to
twenty students, burning student.
I lie of
Principal and
Two societies, Young
Men Christian -Association. More
than one now In col-
as leaden c f and
-r Leaders
of and on, three In
fresh, at Other evidences
of leadership. moderate.
JOHN Principal.
we
New Gar-
den Seed
Flower
Onion Sets
Maine Red Bliss
Irish
Seed Oats
Rape Seed
Dr. Hess Stock
Poultry Powder
SM
LOST I CAB AND
lantern. Finder return to Dr. J. E.
Nobles and receive reward.
II
Experienced salesman or saleslady.
dry goods Store. Address. Dry
Goods, General
ville. X. C.
ALBION
st Law
In Building, Third
Practices his ore
North Carolina
Week-End and Summer
E X C B S I O I BATES
lo
SEASHORE
via the
CO 1ST LINE
The standard f South
Mini trip lisle.
From Greenville
To Washington, D.
To Baltimore. Mat,.
To New York City .
To Boston, Mass.
Tickets on sale every until
September via Norfolk and
steamer, with final return limit Oct.,
II. 1914.
W. J. Craig. T. C. White
Pass. Traffic Mgr. Gen. Pass
Wilmington, N. C.
B. I.
Attorney at Last
and Drainage a
In formerly hr
and Blow.
Lawyers
Practicing In all Court.
In- Wooten Building on
street fronting Court House
OF
M, W. M. .
limited to of the so-
Bar Nose and Throat
Washington. N. C B.
with Dr. D. James, Mr
me, day Monday. a to
DB. JOHN V. I .
has moved bis from Old
Bow Stables to Dr. Zeno Brown's
Stables on Fourth Street. Phone
Day or Night.
w.
lilt. I'll
Dentist.
Office over Frank Wilson's snore.
Telephone
M. ,
Atlantic Line.
North Bound South Bound
St. a. m. No. p. m
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Norfolk
East Bound West Bound
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NORTH





ENEMY OF LIFE IS WORRY
And It Also Largely a Matter of
Habit, May In a Measure
Be Overcome.
Bravery In the face of only possible
death, an o the battle field,
bravery In the face of certain death,
a In the cM of a Titanic shipwreck
are of two very different
things The danger of the battle held
harder to meet because
uncertainty Men summon
to i the inevitable
I, of the mishaps and
perils of ordinary life all cur
anxieties, foreboding.
i Bid I
of r need
moat to b and overcome I
literature sprung up the
, es, telling us ho i
be
all real ind
The
don n Into
i. v . then
little as
MU in I n re
card
very cool. If you
dang I run over I
car.
for n. assert II la
the pi i Ir hen who
ACTIVELY HOSTILE TO MAN
I HER CROWNING
Out Why to
Kill Root in Self
Preservation.
Our to kill insect at eight
la sound, writes Woods
Hutchinson Out of the quarter
million species BOW known to science,
a mete handful are even remotely
helpful to man. and of these only the serenely way
their power of living upon other the newly I scarcely
more dangerous insects On the in this can
By MARGARITA WILLOUGHBY J
Copyright l
Dorothea .- happy in
weeks of her engagement, happy
other hand thousands of specie are
actively hostile to man. his food
and la his domestic animals.
Whole tribes have been swept out Of
. the attack of Insects car
within the two
fur mar-
to the Puritan could be nothing
but a marriage of convenience that
It, convenience as far as ins
concerned when ii
to hit.
Perhaps the was the
In Central Africa by the dread of her beatitude, for Dorothea
carried by an artist In regard to doth.- and
Hi n loves them an artist's fervor.
crippled and whole And an artists fervor was put
b another insect- that trousseau
.- malaria indeed re- n the midst of splendid prep
meed the u came
, that the In both and Dorothea was called South.
., i i Rome largely due to The Puritan
brought i
by returning from During the months of
war- In Asia and Africa It absence l very little of her, for
. . . i true her letter i. telegraphic no-
. . of eh of Aunt condition, but the
tit sit.- stepped off the train
. r to I against her return l noticed change, it
ins. . Turn i bat quite I e had met some i
else, and I knew Indeed It was . .-
i , ion, man . , . . com
r woman a to preserve the . . , . , . ,, ,. . . ,, be you left Nan q I
presence of n . exterminated root and
has never I , . , . . . . of that t-
I THE UGLY CIRCLE
By GEORGE FOXHALL.
t tho very
enter-
ten t I
Laths in the
j ear from the
if i I r
am ch I
BONE TO GO WITH THE MEAT of our typhoid, with not a i
,;,. of our t.
Moral In Hannibal's Terse Summing I blood
Up of Situation That Would
Have Left Him Helpless.
K, j story of S r In I is
A fork n i I by a I diplomatist set
0-v, . . the . to pa a call the I i
the exchequer, in i la
foster. I i i for the permanent to t In was
pauper I to see Sir
Tins , r had the old down t as I could
age pi I waving an
i t a umbrella
week, to
I i are an hist outrage or thing
It j, England I t prepared to
a e. k Mo t Join in the i
u la the scale of Sir Francis excitement lull
of i an it at all murder
I the British lady Bertie had just get out for a
poor their Id laid i drive. After she Sir Francis had
; . of the noticed om or two street
., . i to tho back of the carriage
had a slave who and had promptly started off in
had b family till was suit with the idea dislodging them
seventy years old Seeing that from their dangerous position.
was very little more work left in
old man. th re r one Saving Time.
day and said a. Frenchman who meets you half a
I you've been dozen times a day shakes hands each
a faithful to me and my father ,;. an artist. Is tired of
before me. I have long been thinking ,. , eternal handshaking In the little
Kelly peered through the
bans into the prison cell in which
sullen, defiant and a u.
revenge, his only SOU.
is It, Cheer up. boy.
Two years don't List
No, it wont be agreed the
son. worry about me
know you never pulled that
job. Somebody's stuck the goods
you got you in
The other looked up with slow in-
What makes you think
be asked.
so Weren't you always
honest to your dad You'd
act tough iii;. rough house it
with the best of em; but never could
gel you to be anything but honest
crooked this on to you,
I'm going to out who did
His lather J Mm through
half-closed eyes infinite cunning.
-He waiting for me when l
assented Jim. with more of
warmth and life than he had shown
before, let me kn who it is.
guess two years won't make me love
nun
in- father turned and passed Into
the light of tie- free air, while the
t look.-d after him with a scowl of
I. i
N Puritan will be very happy to
you again he la out of town plugged doggedly
v . alongside the railroad track and meal-
on Even apart from
When we were l ten that dismal landscape he had
evening with merry -rate-fire and for meditation, for
. from the to achieve had been the am-
Hie more talk of his degenerate life, and in
that, at least, be had not failed.
Hut it's the boy, Jim, with whom
this story is chiefly concerned. The
had built up fond bones of
being mighty proud of Jim. for at an
age a lowed himself an apt
alive
your and t
lea have c l on your ;
not l -aid
N. .-.- . . I think I
i .- be tired. II mind.
will go up No, pupil In the lessons of ugliness which
his fond parent Instilled.
She and walked to One day, the time, in the estimation
half-way up she paused of the being ripe for more
leaned over rail l i definite Instruction in the training of
not u hi tn just bored ins offspring, he had broached unto
still wore I. r Jim the pulling of a pretty bit of
tragic air. which was to nourish his own
At Katie, the maid, ex hi and start the ,
the dining room precipitately man upon his natural career.
a ring at the doer The boy listened until the man was
she held a en elope at arm's through, his on the ground and
what i could do reward your
now you your freedom
You at I pi your own master.
Hannibal You henceforth your
which he and his
friends frequent lie has hung up by a
chain a carved wooden hand When
be enters lie to the hand and
shakes it vigorously. This makes a
gnat noise by Jingling a piece of iron
shook and answered with a inside a tin kettle at the other end
I of the chain. The signal is accepted enthusiasm, and I did have the
no. .-t de meat, j by th, s who hear it as a sign that M. courage to make any remarks so the
now you it de t has shaken with all bis meal drifted on Once I looked up
friends. from my plate and found Dorothea
own n.
scratched his gray wool,
. and the tears were standing In
her yes
I ope B not so had. Miss
she thrusting it at Doro-
Dorothea lazily tore open the en-
read the message and sighed,
then handed it over to me.
one Is dead. Kat she said.
And Katie went back to the kitchen.
quite comforted.
The message
tomorrow. Shall have pleas-
of escorting you to
F. Van
P Van of course. s
Puritan
Dorothea did not show any signs of
The Woman
Who Writes
and with stationary procured here
s In danger of having her letters
as to correct form anyway
have just the right shape, size an i
of paper, the Ink that
splutter. Our stationary approved
people who know.
Drug Company
East Carolina Teachers Training
School
X Male school lo train public i Will
I livery energy i directed to one Tuition
free W all h to teach. Pall Term begins September K,
For and other information
ROBT. H President.
GREENVILLE, K. C
looking out the window with the most
mischievously amused expression I
have ever seen any one wear Then
sh arose, still with the In her
eye and the little upturn at the
of lips, and am
going to town us soon as
She went to town and back
with a few small packages, hut said
nothing in regard to their contents.
The nest morning I knew
It was ten when the Puritan's trap
dashed up tn the gate. my open-
door-d d.-n I heard Katie admit him.
heard come downstairs, and
most unusual
She- Good morning,
He Good morning, my dear Doro-
It is good to have you back
again
She- Thank years.
II. What you done to your-
Dorothea hair presents
most m appearance
that Do ion It It's
same old hair you've always seen,
i -only I've done it a bit different
Iv. that's all It's Just pinned on
you know.
la II powder
on your Really, I
never Imagined- I loathe powder.
Is like cheap and
it Is such a
are right I ha I not thought ,
his accustomed knitting his
brow. Then be looked up.
thieving, ain't lie in-
quired.
The a little taken aback
for a moment. To qualify things had
never occurred to
he said
count me growled Jim.
So the kid refused his career, and
the after hiding his disgust in
three dais of oblivion, resumed his
with the careful cowardice of the petty
Hut at length there came a time
tempted by a seemingly easy
opportunity Into larger operation,
overreached care, and the trail
became hot s peace of
mind. And so. with cunning,
he had pulled the trick that saved him
and tent his son to jail.
Certainly it was upon ugliness that
meditated as he plugged dog-
alongside the railroad track.
Night drew in. and III the distance he
saw- the dark sky the panting
glare of an engine's exhaust.
Ten minutes later he had swung
himself thankfully Into the open box
car. He struck a match to find his
bearings, and found himself staring
Into the barrel of a big revolver, too
dazed to do anything but hold the
match.
The other came to hie relief with a
short laugh. all right,
said he. thought maybe you was a
back, put a shack's light out
before I'll hit the ties and starve in
this desert. I'm a tough guy. I
don't blame agreed the
was kicked off myself,
yesterday, after Id lost my gun If I
hadn't lost It I'm a tough guy my-
he finished significantly.
Overhead there was the of
heavy shoes. Then there was the
flicker of a light With easy strength
a had swung himself Into
the car. his lantern slung by a string
around his neck.
lie growled, he
the light on them
Heat Snapped the tramp, push-
his big gun Into the foreground.
Hut It was Kelly on whom the brake
of It so Your must not man's eye rested, and he lowered his
powder her nose Hut really I have lantern quickly.
Put difference in the bank between lord and
cur N the prudent buyer. He knows
Kurd not only sine him dollars hut series him best. It's bet-
car old at a loner price mid with
for the runabout; for the louring cur and the
lava f. n. II Detroit, complete Let
log and particulars from.
Ford Supply Co.
to. you know, to make It match the
rail of my complexion your
lady till my best
wishes
Your I did not
mean
I felt he took It. you
have to do what Dorothea tell you.
will always be of your
about my she added
The away somehow.
It. again ordered
the gunman
Suddenly the dropped to
one knee. a flash his hand was
In and out of Ills overalls pocket, The
bullet w. lit high and passed
through the open door, but the train
man's shot took the other between the
and he lurched forward dead.
With hardly a look the
man turned his gun upon tho Snarler.
Turn around put your hands be
Phone
N. C
after remarks which were j he ordered
but I Unroll ea say. The laughed, a trifle
In a very cheerful and ,
friendly voice. the matter. said be
In a I went Into , your old
hall, where I found her In
front of the ante-fire, smiling An,, j,,,, , his face close to
lively as one , . i a. . .
little hunches of curia. In. an ugly guy. You trained
and a fat braid, and dropped me , learning every
them Into the fire your on this
transit I began. ; . ,,., , a, ,
-My crowning Interrupt-. ., ,,, M, you,
ed. no- I rite a letter drew -mm
to down
s i.
Are
Losing
Money
Grain Privileges
Lanterns
Strong and Durable
For Fishing,
Camping,
and Hard
under AU
Conditions.
Give steady, bright light
Easy to light Easy to
clean and Don't
smoke. Don't blow out
in the wind Don't leak.
At dealers everywhere
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
D. C
Richmond,
I New
BALTIMORE
Charlotte. N. C
W.
Charleston, S. C.
and call arr
st of la
i. Ml
absolutely limited to the
bought. Kb further risk.
the most profitable
trading.
Open an account. buy .
puts or calls bushels
for or can buy both
for or as many more as you wish
An advance or decline of cent gives
you chance to take profit
A movement of cents profit.
In Superior Court
Leila
I lams.
Williams.
Mm. r- and ill Law of E P.
It l Till.- 1.1 a lie. I.-
; r made by
A. T on the day
of J.- the Com-
i r. will the
day August 1914, at o'clock Noon.
Write for full particulars and bank before the earl
I door in to the
R. W. eat I r fur rash, tie de-
t Ohio. tracts or parcel of land to
Address all mail to Lock Box I a Falkland
I'm Carolina,
I.
TH
Humphrey
named
W.
The defendant
take notice t an action entitled I
as above been in the P
and being No. in division of
P. Williams land and beginning
on lie Hill road
the Branch and
nun with said road East
poles; then North 1-2 Last S
North 1-2 pol.-s
It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
writing of her experience with the woman's
tonic. She says I began to use
my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bodies
of I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
I wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's Tonic
a trial. I still use when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
fired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman-
trouble. Signs that you need the woman's
tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
. women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today
Superior Court of Pill County for a
divorce from the bonds of matrimony,
and the defendant will further
notice that he is required to appear
at the next Term of the Superior Court
County to be held on the
Monday before the first Monday
of September it being the day of
August 1814, at the Court-house of
County in N. and
answer or demur to the complaint of
tile plaintiff in said action, or tho
plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
This the I day of July 1914.
A. T
Clerk Superior Court
Attorney for
7-2 ltd.
Notice
Candidates Cards
All Candida are U-UH per
per parable la
Sherie
I to announce to my friends
and the public generally that I am
candidate for the office of sheriff
county subject to the action of
the Democratic primary, and will
the vote and help of any.
W SIMON MOVE.
ill Ml i
i.-r.-by myself a
r, lo
. to the
primary of Com
Sheriff
I wish lo announce lo my
that I am a candidate for sheriff
Pitt county, subject the action
the Democratic primaries. Should II
be elected I will endeavor to serve,
the people one and all to best of
my ability. I will your
vote and
ERNEST R DUDLEY.
voters Pill
been urged by my mends
to run for Count-. from
the North Side Hirer, I hereby
U a candidate for
County subject to the
primary. Any support
given me will be highly appreciated.
J. P.
Make Your Own
YOU WILL SAVE eta. PER GAL.
THIS IS HOW
Buy gals. L. M. SEMI-MIXED HEAL PAINT.
at per gal.
And gals. Linseed Oil to mix with it 2.10
then make gals, cf pure paint for SI
It's only per gal.
Anybody can mix the OIL with the PAINT.
Whereas, if you buy gals, of point in
CANS, you pay a gal. or
The L. O SEMI-MIXED REAL PAINT is PURE WHITE LEAD.
ZINC and LINSEED OIL. Ike I HO
a gal. any you buy. and II not the best
paint made, return the paint and ALL your hack.
J. I, C.
KN K. C
CO. at.
i Valuable I and Sale
Bf virtue of authority contained in
n certain decree rendered
in a special proceeding or action
pending before the Clerk of the
Court of Pitt Count, entitled
If. Carrol and S. slid;
others against Sherwood
and Jennings and another.,
the Commissioner will
on Monday. August 10th. 1914, at
o'clock M. sell to the bidder
auction before the
House of County, the fol .
lowing and lot
and in Town of
Carolina and more fully de-
scribed us follows,
and being on tin- North
Baal side of Button Street, and better
known IS the Northern portion of I
Dickinson Lot mid bounded and more
particularly described
hounded on the North by C. A.
Academy beginning u
the corner of a sold
Marshal Dickinson, at
mow c A. a
course with line said tract to
th.- South West corner of a tract also
conveyed by the said Dickinson, and
DON owned by the Trustees of the
Academy, thence on with South
line of said Academy t a point l
on Evans Street, which a Una North j
n degrees would strike
South East comer of the M. Moor.
now thence from
point South degrees Weal
Evans Street feet to an iron
thence ii Straight line toward
front door of the Mansion House
to abridge across a ditch; then with
said ditch South j-; West It poles to
a T. 1.- E . Williams
. i . South East poles
a stake, the Jordan line, then North
pole- ii -take; then
South SO West to a white oak;
North West poles to the
beginning containing M 1--
more
Also on.- other tract in said
and State beginning
J. corner
I West pol.-s lo a
pop in a prong of Jacob's Branch
then down the run of Jacob's Branch
i . Corner of W. K. Williams.
Jr. then with his line North i
poles to u at J.
then South 1--
poles to beginning con-
acres more or less. Th
in. tracts constituting Lot No
the division the H. Williams land.
which was allotted to E. f. Williams
by Division Deed dated nth. day
June. 1907, a in
the Register's Office in Pitt County, in
Boob T pan.-
I Ins sale is made
making assets of the state of
K. Williams, deceased.
This th- July
Comm
; ltd
For Sheriff.
I wish to announce to my and
to the public generally that I am s
candidate for office of sheriff
Pitt county subject to the action of
Democratic primary. I will
date tie support
R. HYMAN
Sheriff.
T the Democratic Voters of Pitt
I take this method of announcing my
candidacy for sheriff subject to
Democratic primaries. I b
elected I will endeavor to administer
the duties of office with prompt-
using to all. I
you tor your support and beg to re
main your obedient servant.
Very respectfully
J J
Sheriff.
To my fellow citizens Pitt county
I hereby announce myself s candidate
for nomination for sheriff of Pitt
county subject to action of the
Democratic primary of said county.
nominated and elected I pledge myself
to make you s good officer. Thanking
one and all for their support and co-
operation I am
JNO L GIBSON,
Township. N C
Constable
I announce to voters of Green.
Township that I am a candidate
for constable subject to the action
f the Democratic party and If elected
I will serve the to the best of
my ability. Soliciting your vole and
help. I am.
HENRY
For
I take method of announcing
citizens of Pitt county that I
a candidate for the office of sheriff
subject to action of Democratic
party. If elected to
serve the to the best of ability.
will appreciate your and
help you may give me
C E. FLEMING
For Constable.
I announce to the voters of Green
township that am a candidate
for constable subject to the action of
the Democratic primary and will
the help of any.
AMOS C JACKSON.
lit If
Notice
Having qualified as administrator
of C. Moore, deceased, late of Pill
County, N. C, tail Is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
the undersigned on or
1st, day of July or this not-
ice will be pleaded In bar of their
recovery All persona Indebted to
said estate will please make
ate payment.
This the day of June
A. IT.
Administrator.
ti. James Son,
6-29-ltd.
PATENTS
Notice to
Having duly qualified before the
Court Clerk of Pitt County as
of the of Mar-
notice is here-
b given lo persons indebted to tho
stale to make Immediate payment to
In- and nil persons
claims against said estate arc
i tilled to present the same lo the
for payment before day
ct June 1915, or this notice will be
in of recovery.
This 23rd day of June I
S ,
of Margaret d
ltd.
Taken up my house about
middle of February one mule bog,
about pounds, unmarked
black and white spot. d. owner
i paying damage, and prov-
property.
JESSIE BROWN.
N. C B
-l ltd
FOR KALE
Twelve farms In Martin County,
varying from thirty-two to five
in on easy and
reasonable pries, solicit inquiries
Martin County Realty Co.
Williams ton, n. c,
S. J. Everett. Ally.
Greenville. N. C.
S-30
For Sheriff.
I wish to announce to the voters
Pitt county I am a candidate for
sheriff to the action of the
Democratic If elected I prom
to serve the county to the best
my ability; never shirking from the
duties cf the office. Thanking you in
For Constable.
I announce to the voters of Green-
ville township that I am a candidate
or constable subject to the action
Democratic primary and will
vote help.
a R. STEPP.
For t unstable.
I announce to the voters of Green
that t am a candidate
for constable subject to the action
advance for your vote and support Democratic primary and will
Mint TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having this day
as Executrix of the last will
and testament of Mamie not-
ion
I be a candidate the
or Treasurer of Pitt County, subject
to the action the Democratic
thank people for sup-
port they have given me In the past
and If elected, promise to give them
the same service I have tried to give
since have been In office.
W. B. WILSON
;, till vote and help,
h II JESSE U WHICHARD.
Fur Clerk of Superior Court.
I hereby announce myself a
date for clerk of Superior Court
Pitt county subject to tie action of
Democratic primary. Grateful for
flattering vote the people gave me
four ago. solicit your sup
port. If elected I will fill the office
to the best of my ability.
J D COX.
said II. A. Button and wife, South hereby given to all persons
lo the undersigned Executrix
and all persons who hold claim
against said hereby notified
to file their claims with the undersign
ed within twelve months from the
date of this notice or said notice will
he plead in hat against tin- recovery
on said
This the day June, 1914.
I. AHA HYMAN,
of Mamie
HARDING PIERCE Attorneys
PATENTS
mil I . i
Id. swift co,
MA IF It LAWYERS,
St., D.
let ii- yon our Interlocking
Hoofing and
. i. .,. of r
for having It. It
makes tight roof with
no nail bend exposed will last a
lime
J. II. MOVE.
Tl 1-2 degrees West to an iron stake
in line of Sutton Street or lane,
thence North degrees West with
the line of said Street or to
beginning, containing W an acre
more or less, and being Northern
portion of Hie Lot conveyed to II. A.
by Marshal Dickinson
2nd. day of as will be
of record in Hook Q Q, on page
in office of the Register of Deeds
of Pitt County.
same being further known
the same lot or parcel of laud con-
to W. H, and wife
Battle by Deed from Hugh
S. Button and wife Battle Sutton by
Deed dated December UM and
recorded in Book P page
Pitt County n being
us the home place of Hie late
w. ii
The purpose this sale Is t. make
division of the proceeds therefrom.
For Treasurer.
announce lo my friends and the
voters throughout Pitt county that I
am a candidate for Treasurer subject
to the action of the Democratic
If elected I will serve the
to the best of my ability. Hoping
to receive your vote and support I am
M C. T.
For
I use this method of announcing to
the of Pitt county that I am s
candidate for Treasurer subject to the
action of the Democratic Primary.
solicit the vote and help of my
and the public generally, and If elect-
ed I promise to the duties o
the office to the best of my ability.
Far Clerk Superior Curl.
hereby announce myself a can-
for Clerk Superior Court of
Pitt County subject to the action of
the Democratic Primary
A. MOORE.
7-S-14
mi
of said two thirds
. i week, es l will be impossible for
rash, balance in three equal
of one, tWO three years
from date sale, the purchaser be-
required to execute
purity said land to
unpaid pun price
Owing lo moving OUT plant
Into Its new home Dickinson Ave ,
which will require a week, we will
be forced to shut down the week
in August.
Our patrons will please govern
a. and send in
all the work possible this and next
Us
do am work for you the week we
move.
BISHOP'S LAUNDRY.
7-22-101.
July
1914
i PIERCE,
Commit i.
V lid. ill
POD Nil. II. ,
used with all fl
Can be bought n bargain
International an
in. Ind. d. Write,
J. A. PHILLIPS,
V Route I.
W TO Hi i
a good farm Prefer it being near
or bill would
other offer do not mind the
price provided the land has
terms err
Apple IO N C.
law t. a
Only One
To the call lull
Look
ft Cold in May. Stops
cough mid cold.
I announce to the voters that I am
a candidate for Commissioner of Pitt
county from Township
to the action of the Democratic
and your vote and help
If elected will endeavor to serve
tie county to the best of ability
Joseph II.
For Treasurer.
I hereby announce myself as
date for Treasurer of Pitt County sub
to the Democratic primary.
is W. I. HALL
I MISSION Fit
I hereby announce myself a can-
for County Commissioner from
North side Tar River subject to the
action of the Democratic primary If
nominated and elected will serve the
County to Hie best of ability.
II D.
7-is
I hereby announce myself a
date for County Commissioner from
Township to succeed my-
self subject the Democratic
of Pitt County.
W L
huh on.
Cooking Sieve.
We have the will be
pleased lo advantages
over all others
Call and let us you
J. it. c. MOVE
Have You Poultry Troubles
Cure and you cure bird. Nearly
all poultry troubles are due to a disordered liver.
Thousands poultry who use it all year
round to keep their Hocks in good health, highly
recommend
STOCK POULTRY
MEDICINE
It's a Liver Medicine.
Also a Tonic.
Bee Dee
Re STOCK .
is a curt
trouble, and clink u
cholera. Given
In
lb
ionic.
I ft
per can.
At





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provided for receive the sum
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Chapter
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Section That section one of
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thousand nine hundred and thirteen
be amended by adding at the end
the following;
that the purpose of nominating
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Bet I Ion That this act shall be in
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ratification.
this day of October, a.
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PHONE GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA
THE FARM
U the Basis of all Industry
LIME
the of all farming Write fr
bulletin by the authority in
; Lime on the Farm, and
the lime. Don't buy earth,
i A postal will give
POWHATAN CO.
STRASBURG VIRGINIA
Invigorating to the I ale and Sickly
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tern. For
NO.
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Number
Containing two miles from and seven
miles from N. on Public Road
Residence on it worth over three thousand dollars in
fine shape, other out buildings around residence worth
-I three and room tenant houses painted, on
the woodland side of the road with two and three acre
patches around them. acres cleared and in as high
slate of cultivation as any land in all the state of N.
and the crops growing thereon in a radius of
miles, com will make IS barrels par in re. and you will
agree when you take a look over It Mae tobacco land as
can be found, with one barn in service. acres of wood-
kind with all grades of pine timber thereon from to
at stump, the above land six tine mules, two
line cows, two fine sows, all corn raised on farm this year
what is necessary to feed stock until Dec. Brat
Several wagons and carts and all other farming tools be-
longing to the farm. Two peanut pickers, two
engines, one of the finest vineyards in the county of Mar-
tin, good fences in rail fence territory.
The owner has more he can manage elsewhere
Heal me at Parmele after notice and see
farm to be had. and It costs you nothing to look.
J. L. Davenport Co.
Robersonville, N. C.
is the
of eastern
WORTH CAROLINA. IT HAS
B POPULATION OF FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
iND ONE. AND IS
ROUNDED BY THE BEST
FARMING COUNTRY.
OF ALL
FINDS ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HAVE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAT OF
LABOR, CAPITAL AND
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
B A N D NEWSPAPER
PLANT.
la the I J. tin Healthful, the Must el
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE HUN-
AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE IN THE EASTERN
PART OF NORTH CARO-
LINA AND INVITE THOSE
WHO WISE TO GET BET-
ACQUAINTED
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
i BUSINESS WAY TO
i FEW INCHES SPACE AND
TELL THEM WHAT YOU
TO BRING TO THEIR
ATTENTION.
OUR A D V E R G
are low and ca v
UPON
. c- ii,
I Minn
The
Government Declared War
Against Yesterday
England Will Be forced Support
Russia and France in Any Steps
They May lake
WILL BY ALLIES
Look Forward to n War
With a reeling of
lief. Some Fighting Ocean
Along Hie Border.
July
government declared
against today by a
which is one of the of his
Germain paved the way for
declaration by announcing her
of the British proposal to bring
four powers together in conference
mediation. Germany explained
her ally could not be expected to sub-
her acts to an council
though she were one of the Baikal
States.
This announcement preceded the de
duration of war by only two houri
and showed the harmonious working
of the partnership between the
nations which firmly together through tween and years, able to
the war will be confined to these
countries. Certain knowledge
Russia will intervene, however, would
cause Austria to alter her course
in the slightest.
News of the formal declaration o
war ran through the city before extra
editions of the papers could reach the
and was everywhere
with a spirit which might be
es as close to religious exaltation.
So Chance to Stop Saw
Vienna is absolutely without new.
of troop movements Which the paper;
are forbidden to print. A sharp
has been established over
means of communication. The even
papers published the
inspired
well informed circles the view
is held that so far as Sir.
Grey's proposal to legalize conflict
and
the former can declare herself entire-
agreed with Sir Grey's re-
marks, but regarding what he has sale
concerning the suppression of military
operations, affairs have
much too far to allow- anything to hi
done in this
Advices from Belgrade say the
capital is now located at
where the As
met today. All be
beat
Jesse Catches a Mine Is More Machines In
three Fool Shark at Acquitted On the Charge j Use In State Today than
Murder Months
is
PARIS. July 18- Mine RALEIGH, July -What do yen
re-, wife of c j think of nearly ten million dollars be-
from was acquitted tonight after. invested in automobiles In
Messrs. i. J. Whichard and J
Move and the hitter's two
turned this
where they spent two days fishing. j a trial lasting nine days on the
They report a good time and fair luck,
their catch in the two days running
up to fully pounds. The greater
part the catch was
blue
smaller fish
the crisis of
Russia Holds
The center of interest has
sharply to St. Petersburg, which
the decision whether an
war, which probably would shift th.
balance of power if not rearrange
the entire map of Europe, Is to break
out. Negotiations are afoot
between the Russian foreign
and the Austrian ambassador,
are designed to the conflict
The next news expected Is the
of Belgrade and that no
may be an accomplished fact. Re
ports of encounters along the
have- been permitted to pass the
but military experts here believe
mobilization already has been effect
ed and that a campaign is under way
Stands By lilies.
There Is no enthusiasm In
for war yet there is general
that her obligations to her partner
in the triple entente, and her interest
as a great power will force
her to support Russia and France
any steps they may take.
The Immediate effect of the
cloud is likely to be a compromise
of Home Rule, since all parties
that domestic discussions must
settled at all cost. In the face of out-
side peril.
The fierce demands of the
live papers for a general election have
been hushed. The foreign office ha
become the most Important branch
the government, and no one wants
risk the possibility of losing Sir Ed-
ward Grey with his exceptional In
in the councils of
Finger on the Trigger.
The British warships everywhere
are taking on supplies. Soon after it
became known that Austria and
via were at war, all the officers and
sailors ashore at Portland and Way
mouth were summoned to their ships
arms, been called out and mob
is proceeding rapidly.
Sharp Fighting Occur
The re
ports sharp fighting along the
where volunteers
tempted to cross were opposed b
Austrian frontier . It also re
that fired on their owl
river transports by mistake,
and wounding several
The ministry of foreign affairs has
addressed a verbal note to the foreign
representatives them of tin
of war. and that
Austria will, OH the assumption o
similar observances by n
to the provisions of The con
of October and th
Declaration of war, and declaring
1909.
Provisions of Sight.
An abnormal rise in the price
provisions today caused great
nation on the part of the public
Mocked to the markets to lay in store
Vegetables in cases trebled P.
Feeling ran so that it
many instances stall keepers In the
markets were mobbed and the-
were called out to restore order.
Official have heel
made to take care of families of re-
culled to the colors. It is re
ported that Francis
has ordered the court removed
to the capital.
. War fur All
The semi-official
has been declared. To the
people of there hat
be an for days no doubt that it was in-
and popular sentiment
given emphatic repression to its rail
Mention of the decision of the govern
is also a fact for
some trout.
mixed in.
Master Jesse Move, only years-
old, had the honor of catching the
fish In the bunch. The little
fellow hooked a big one that soon had
him calling for help. The captain of
the boat went to his aid and they
landed a shark 3-feet long, almost as
as the boy himself. Jesse never
but caught as many
us anyone in the boat. The cap-
declared he was the most skill-
of Isaac Walton, of any
little fellow he had ever seen. He
was a proud boy.
The party stopped at Inlet Inn
while in and found it most
delightful Mr. w. k. Porch, formerly
of Hotel Proctor In
well known here, is now manager of
Inlet Inn and is making it very
He sets a most tempting table
with an abundance sea food at
every meal. Solicitor C. L.
owner of the Inn. spends his
between courts there, and also
sees the pleasure and comfort of
guests is well looked after. It is
really a delightful place to go to.
On the way home the-y stopped over
night in Kinston at Hotel Any-
one who has ever stopped with June
knows what it means and
is always to repeat it. There is
no better or more genial hotel keeper
than he, and his BOOM is always
full
yet such is a fact,
of murdering op March last, ,
the editor of the Figaro. shows
Todays of the trial ,.,.
came to an abrupt, , ,,
end when the prisoner collapsed machines a
DOLLAR
a cutting arraignment by an j
mate, would show the value to be-
i 150.000, No wonder the cost of living
has increased, Ami this is not tin
Many Valuable Lives Lost
Through Lack cf Hospital
DR. i ma
for the heirs
and had to he carried from the court
room.
Madam- e had been growing
visibly weaker during the address
the jury of
of the attorneys, who began
summing up as soon as the court
A hot water bottle was placed
beneath bar feet and a cushion at
back.
total number machines iii the State
for Quito a number have not yet paid
the licenses tax. And they had better
get busy for Ibis tax was due July
and the department has instructed
Him la Our midst
ml Fears And Have lean the
Need of a lice--
For Pitt.
Washington, X. C.
July 25th 1914.
the sheriffs of the counties To The Honorable Hoard of
lulls in Heap on Flour
As the hearing progressed she be
listless and apparently was
of what was occurring it
the state to get behind the owners
unlicensed machines and see
they across with the cash ill
or be lined for their delinquency.
year the tax was paid on
in the state, showing an Increase
court. Soon after nearly within before you for consideration, and
a severe analysis of her actions on past twelve months. The tags this read with s great deal of interest the
day of the tragedy she collapsed and, year are of a green color while
fell in a heap on the floor of the year they were while. There is one
county In the stale. Mitchell In which
the sheriff reports there is not s single
wagon.
John I
Penally Ever Inflicted in Twin
City Municipal Court.
July O
Ii. sitting on municipal court
bench yesterday morning, in the ab
of Judge Hastings, imposed the
largest fine In the history of the
when he fined John D. Charles the
sum of and placed him under a
bond for his behavior
the next two years.
Charles was jointly indicted
Frank Snipes, Sr., on a charge of
more liquor in their
than the laws allows, Officers It. B
and B. C. having
them in possession of a four and one
half gallon keg of liquor about
o'clock Saturday morning.
Charles Is the same man who was
arrested by Sheriff O. B. Stafford,
Guilford County, Saturday night,
a most exciting chase. Charles
was driving an automobile which
found to contain five-gallon kegs
of whiskey when he was overtaken
In that instance he was placed under
a bond of for his
before Spire Mitchell on Monday
August
oiler's enclosure.
in his address
have heard witness after wit-
speak ill praise of the late M
There has been only on-
note and that came
M. connection wilt
the case has the fortune of the
man How many millions
a man have ill order to permit
being with complete
I will speak of nothing except the
assassination of M
saying when the prisoner
swooned. will ask the accused
whether when she spoke of her
for her daughter she thought of
two children of M whose
pictures never left him I shall
attempt to go Into the biography
She is a cool, sensible
woman without emotion or pity. She
has tears only for
Commissioners of County,
Greenville, North Carolina.
I see by the papers that the matte
bonding a new County Home is now
article Or. in th
Greenville Reflector of July 14th.
urging the construction of a County
-0
RUN IS
l COTTON
Kt
VIENNA, July M Ti. people Ii
the duel monarchy look forward a
war with which today
was declared with a feeling of re
lief.
High officials lire optimistic tin
lint and Weather
fluking inroads on The Crops.
WASHINGTON. C July H
is badly needed by growing cotton
many localities, especially ill th
Southwest, according tee the Harrington. Barber C
V C. Inly J Re
Frank Hill of Kinston will hole
at St. Luke's
church Sunday, August 2nd at p. m
A cordial invitation Is extended U
nil.
Goods are arriving dally at i
ForreSt Co, and they a, till sell
their summer goods e heap
We have just a few more pairs o
ladies and slippers ant
will sell them at cost while they last
Now is a good time to get a good pail
cheap at Harrington, Barber Co.
When Dial left Mexico that brought
peace in that country and when you
buy a barrel of lady Let- flour free
A, W. Ange A- Co., that will bring
peace in your home
In spite of the stormy weather Sun-
day night a large crowd enjoyed tin
Children's Day exercises at the
church.
Only a few short lengths in sum
leer dress goods left and we are sell-
them at a great Sacrifice to make
room for more goods. See them a I
Co.
A reception In honor of the visitors
has been arranged for this evening
Tomorrow the two associations will
meet in joint session to listen to an
address by Adam city
of Detroit.
Librarians of Two
Wis., July -The
twill of
are for three days
joint annual convention the Mr end Mrs. Paul return-
and Wisconsin ed morning com New
Members of the two Conn., where have been a
lion arrived In large number today to visit friends and relative
bureau's weekly review, issued today
Local showers have maintained
generally good condition of the
in some sections, but in many
of the Central and Eastern belt, hot
dry weather had retarded the plant
and in Texas and Oklahoma
in the
Conditions In
North Carolina, and South Caroline
are summarized
Hot. dry weather
unfavorable for the progress of
Corn, tobacco, and garden
stuff are at a standstill, flood
rains are Beaded.
North The rain
was light and scan, re e
Temperatures were high,
made progress, and the
early planted is fruiting well Corn
and truck need rain.
Excessive
i .
If you need a good pair of overalls
lantern, thermometer, lime or
CO A. W. Ange A- Co.
Mr Hugh Stokes spent Sunday
his people in Ayden
Mr. B, Green, our popular R, It
agent is his vacation for .
few days around Virginia Bench
a weak or ten days around Asheville
in the western part of the State
Some of our young people are at
tending at Bear
Creek church near Washington
We are glad to note the
Office is being remodeled. When com
plated our popular Postmaster. I.
will be nicely
give Uncle Sam's patrons the very
best service.
Miss Clyde Chapman is
this week in the country visiting her
sister Mrs. Hugh
You n
Hospital Instead of, or perhaps
addition to. a New County Borne
Although not a resident of Pitt County
I have worked In your midst for
l j nil years and have frequently had the
opportunity of seeing the great
a Hospital in your County. I an
therefore taking the liberty of writ
you on the subject.
iii my opinion the arguments of Or
Laughinghouse are unanswerable,
the place, the plan suggested
him would give the county an
fully equipped to answer boil
purposes and practically self-support
at ii cost no greater than that
tor home alone. In th,
next place, there can he no
but that u County Hospital is
Many valuable lives are
lost annually In Pitt County
lark of prompt hospital service,
might otherwise be the
of valuable time and the difficult
of transportation to a distant
frequently combined to make
treatment a case Impossible
The saving of even a single life
be worth far more than the coal of a
County Hospital
not least, put
large population, its great wealth
Us splendid and progressive
i Is one of the leading
ties In this State, and has long beer
the pace for other
in adoption of modern ideas. Sure
it not fail to take Its accustom
i place in the march of
bill will be glad and proud of its op
for taking this
Step forward in the Interest of
inanity.
Respectfully yours.
H. w. Call
the week. While crops gen-rally Cream to be given by the
are In good condition, plentiful Ladies Aid Society of Hie
are everywhere. The army church, on the lawn of the hotel
worm is damaging forage in Charles Thursday night July 30th 1914.
ton county. Bring your friends.
Freight Rules Reduced.
Mont., July 20- New dis-
tariff rates averaging
cent lower than tho rate hereto-
fore existing were pot Into effect
Montana today, In compliance with an
order recently promulgated by the
State Railroad Commission. The new-
schedule la based on the m th
state Washington i .
from an distributing points which
enjoy jobbing rates.
Mrs. Spruill. of C
S . I mug her
I. Moore.


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Eastern reflector, 24 July 1914
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