Eastern reflector, 11 December 1914






IS THE
HEART OF EAST ERA
CAROLINA. IT HAS
A POPULATION OF FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
IND ONE, AND IS
BY THE BEST
FARMING
INDUSTRIES OF ALL
KIM'S ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HIRE FOR WE
HAVE To
OFFER IX THE WAT OF
LABOR, CAPITAL AND
TRIBUTARY EM I LI TIES.
WE HAVE A V
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II.
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WE HAVE A
OP
AMOS-, THE HI St
IS THE EAST
Of NORTH
A IS
WHO TO B
PI E IN
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V W I
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I fill I l I I
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hi W Is Mill
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a pool for a gym
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g made oil i-h-ii Fill J I
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things In place, of very few bore
MU
lit Hi. I ; u HOW ill W
Win Washington, . mi., r The
p in. II I , . in. by run
i I B. y . Diet
All u tin . ,
bas staled the
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Method. Is Am .
lull Basra, but Japan rod
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Mn n in
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Was pronounced
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.,, will . church to re .-. ,, .
, . M. v-f-i-y . , . . ;,. . . ;,
on think l. l .
When her got I . ,,.
., re will, r kitchens t.-m to Germany, demanding the
. I a Chow. was then from the courtroom II
published tho b the oil .-r. a
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menu,
II would
Matthew wrong tack.
in Ohio all, and might,
propriety, follow the advice
editor of
In Roma, be a Roman
any rate, it la certain the
construction of Lbs pool
and gym. objected to
ahead if didn't deplore the
at nil And besides there is niche
in auditorium In the church where
a motion pi. lure machine in be
up. What would Mai
w, who see why
in this and time be
they before the churches bad to
a bump on to keep up with nod
think of that
Press
Sunday School Work Planned.
Cincinnati, Dec The three
day meeting of one hundred leaders
In School work throughout the
1.1.
Scotland Neck, Hoc The
g.-st single shipment of live hog per
haps ever out
was hi Station op
., r pointed out was upon the U poke In and a
Hint Germany would I
with the terms of ultimatum
m turn. over the
Mow. v. r, as Japan was lo a
mi military lo gel p.
the Norfolk and Carolina id Chow, one contention now
Monday morning by Mr. Frank v in was
one of the largest farmers was not binding
in tins section The
solid carloads and was consigned
. . Virginia live stock b
be for The
neighed on an average about
pounds each, and many of thus.,
in them declared it to b.- the
they had ever
Besides this large shipment Mr
Shields has a big quantity yet on his
farms, which are located on
River, about live miles south of
land
Van to Sail
Dec. HI Henry
country came to a today, Minister to greatly .
the nubile was admitted for a from the breakdown and a character, and ,,,, .
It WILL
HIS W lit
l. Rev. II. M
the Baptist church
at N c, who ha n
returned from a trip through
Europe, will deliver a lecture the
t Church on Middle -t
had motor
a lo drop
Hi.- m
go and the girl . an to the edge
circled lb. city rather
risk arrest w, re then
waiting them here. The dope's
i . to he h. ad.
I M-ll I.
I .
i a Will Rebuild.
more than j
tart all
I . I .
Will Mason
Mil.
The ball, festival I will go right lo work to .
rd was Mi lull
l Will Mn
be I k
ah
, in n It
progressed lo a I a I .
appear and .-,;. will be W I
ad or II appeared r far a in
Mil ,;, ,. had forgotten
PIT ,,, r ,. ,, ha,
S The com , ,, ., , ,, on hit , luring past
. it,. r he II led l. I
to gel bl . much
Tuesday, the In county officers who have coma lo bin P w
lecture Rev. will relate been getting fees The of he did hi hit him after
his while In Germany. the h , ,,, . Hi tad in-
Belgium Holland and I.,,. ,., sheriff and fees, but a perforated v. and deed running ab when
land at the of the ,. must employ their own of Mason did are for grades.
and for the following The Salisbury township several shots were none of which Thin weeks w h. r
While in Germany Rev. A r-
Mill r was arrested many tines a- n I cord of kepi last year Mid
session. The session was a Joint
,,., of the Sunday B.
of Denominations and
that
., n, last week's pound.
Hi. u. dill the left
mused him to I. and one tin. Slate bill , m annually by the new
will sail on Saturday lo up
work . I the guest of
of Hie International Hun lay School j IT Van Dyke
and the object was his return had
adoption of standard or
peace it Is certain that
at to Washington has h
K W. ha sold . , ,, ,
to go lo his in r
given bis liberty.
Texas Pads.
. -Increased
i a , Den, The
r. unknown and at present l
large
W rung I
In a . . Which are
T Dec The bl p Commission open Hoard and Imperial Ti
re is open the pot Won I
lain n r in the II
of post office Greenville,
an in regard to the ,,. , tying per annum
must be between if
Mr
ft in. to a j,,,.;. a on the starting relief
light i-1 -1 . and other rail- , -.- r . European war n
of three days. Some of the I-In. r t ,,. ., , i tint on physical
out bis interest In m Europe In s v .- and red the tobacco start- d fun I Blanks to
to partner. Mr will con- work . ,. , a contribution Ai ,,,,,,. .,,,,, be
tine as ha- been run n c v of was discussed . nor and It should been
he will be In of n the yesterday. Co tor better . . a. rail ii hoard donated
the Mr win an a m of farm been of a roads, who had barely a week to the movement Inaugurated
applications mu-. .
.- r not
in business here.
was In town yesterday.
very
lo pr
company
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w, but I II I not
w is a . o to be
This school and building industrial plants and
. adv f the end towns are going right a
listens ad with improvement and so far
this record will lust b
isl along line While
I of coarse these thing would naturally
.- to I tin
n, present activities it
r law
this tin
ind I to ii
s has In r
; ring aliens
Next thing III
Is for t to
peril; it n turning in good
to promote the early Christmas ship-
. i tn
re which i
win noon It p- r i I rig It
. a
local news I
buy very ten s
B I'M RT.
in another column we print
K of
L was never
In a figure in the capital's
. n lute as his distinguished father-
in-law hut has lasted longer.
f by the county in This
ii art which w from the fact I sat the
I and get I n Is being agitated again to
i St I Ms . . i s Recorder's court for Pit
this way I i y It is d two in
would be lost in oil was made to get the
ill year but done to such a court
to be re, but it failed We
it W- wot it r will be taken up
i r , . It lure One of th
ind business in town at s board of county
wing tin to
would seem that they do not expect
. suffer, or it may be they
the worst has passed and that from
n on business will be good. At
any rate the outlook for better
conditions is very good at
sent and as thing become more set-
further improvement may he ex-
Speaking of honesty there is
man w-ho married his landlady--rather
than beat her out of his board bill.
Its so much easier to tell whit
to don- than It is g
busy and do It.
I.
. ,. .,
In r Court
Barrett,
re N . r
Major
Th named will
an i above
has h.- n d in the Superior
Court of Pitt County to obtain a
divorce iron the bonds of matrimony
. i the said will
take notice that he is required to
pear the Term or superior Court
of said county to be on the
day of December, 1914, at the court
house of said county in Greenville, N.
C, and answer or demur to the com-
plaint in said action or the plaintiff
apply to th-- court for the relief
demanded In said complaint
December 4th. 1914.
A T. MOORE
of Superior Court
Ho you n r the l I old line
That rung time
It Is, tun h time i
flight,
Hake me s child again, for to
in my dreams time backward turned
And my dear, for you yearned,
When I woke, all hi vain
And k trudge to my e
Wallace Mack
Lord death has at least
had the effort of bringing the old
time Kipling to life.
I III
this time the year when
rs was to adopt a i
n favoring such b ind request r Planning how they
. Legislature to establish II citrate we would
There is no a Recorder in some
o off rt a large saving i. must celebrate the day.
, Fill course person has his own
for , the day and ha thinks
I HI mi lies way is better than any other. Hut
. never been snow sensible man can he
n , . , , ., i ., , Is celebrating his holiday when he
i t to its re- drunk we can we
i , ,, ,,, ,, . . Aside from the Itself are
; have been content to work along lo consider, a
t to d I ,, ., . Ii.-, o on. v
i Mi.- same old raising the same minor
re with the State , . . , , ,
. ind using the same old ought to go to bis wife
fair trial seems that a new trial farming and the same old way The man himself Is
,, been time has now one who enjoys this way of
in , m when who out n whether b
. led States U late methods and pleasure out of it. He makes
., thing is the one who. disagreeable to man people
hat Hi will . leave his competitor far often a quarrel re And
does to I I hen when the reaction sets In he does
lo his guilt and feel the celebration has been
Our far investigate new a success.
land the crops which can be successfully grown the liquor people
In . ., ; country and they making strenuous efforts lo gel their
. . pay penalty raise stock also but home of farmer
the will be id pi the latest methods and they will do so
i , raising. The man effort Is i lade to
o------ I who increases Ills yield per acre is We hop
While i usually d I n just starting in p people of this county not
,, I of the a Ii plan will celebrate their
Ii been i yield per acre of without use this
II u and States will trouble breeding stuff. your
rein Isl a very long ;,.,, .,,, , h rm ways l
and ma, them realize w- which will others
is h been p,,. , wealth of undeveloped wake you feel like
i for the of the realized resources our i or through mill when
it I ,., , inn- to be r
Some of ties In now when change must be mad . .
the city manager plan and other another; II will be well in Reports from all over State in
in It, Prom reports of .,,.,. ,,, things which Community
which have managers w have been suggested on all observed in almost all of
that re n of country have counties K great deal of good It car-
i the city wonderfully had depressions and other things lain to n mil From such an observance
i . I., I, forced them to break away from the i
adopted In tho the old ways and new ways and was work which was lo be dona
now tho not ii-r Induced Saturday in comparing the stand
turn to their old methods. What has and progress of different
he been lone In other places can be done Men Th. s. tacts ind were
.-on. shows the amount ; here and . hop. mother year will in such a way as to stimulate tho
money it requires to run our rind man changes In effect and there- to greater things and it is
of government tor om year The i,. returns of such a situation certain big changes will hit
urn Is well over one billion ,. we now have rendered almost made In these statistics before another
THIS
MISS THIS. Cut out this slip
enclose five cents to Foley Co. Chic-
ago. your name and ad-
clearly. You will receive In re-
turn a free trial package containing
Honey and Tar Compound, far
colds and croup, Foley
Tills, and Foley Cathartic Tab-
lets. For sale in your town by all
druggist
NOTICE.
Having impounded two head of cat-
and advertised them as required by
law, and no owner having
to claim said cattle, I will on Tuesday,
December 1914 at A. M.
sell at public auction at my
Dam Township said two cat
the described as
One red steer about
years old. mark under bit in both
tars.
One heifer, About year old,
color, rather small.
Said cattle sold to satisfy damages
and charges of feeding and
It. E.
This Nov. 1914
ll-24-law
Gore. Ga. P. A Morgan had e-
recently use a liver medicine
i-ad says of Foley Cathartic Tablets
thoroughly cleansed my
and I felt like a new
free They are the best medicine I
have ever taken for constipation
They keep the stomach sweet, liver
active, bowels Sold by
druggist.
The Den Not Affect The Hurt
Because its ionic
not
ill mime
K. W,
Whenever Need a
Take
The OM Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally as a
Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic proper
It acts on the
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood end
up the Whole System. SO cents.
North Carolina
County
In Superior Court
Maggie Perry
vs
H P. Terry
The defendant above named
take
That an action entitled above was
commenced in the Superior Court of
Pitt County on tho 5th day of Dec
ember, 1914, to procure a divorce for
the causes set forth in the complaint
filed In the office of the Clerk or
parlor Court.
An the said defendant will take
further notice that be is required
appear the January Term of lbs
Superior Court of said County, to be
held on the 2nd Monday of January
1916, the Court House of said
In Greenville, N. C , and answer or
demur to the complaint In said ac-
or the plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief demanded in said
complaint.
A. T.
Clerk of Superior Court
Tins 7th day of December, 1914
S J. EVERETT, Atty. for plaintiff,
M, Useful Presents
For All
You do not know how many sensible Chi isl-
mas Gifts we can sell until visit cur
store. Bring in the whole family and see we
something that will please
Your friends will appreciate useful, sen-
as silverware,
nets, scissors sets, table pocket
knives, ranges and a thousand and
things which we have bought especially
for Christmas, much more than a
that will soon be Call end see.
Community Week
--------n
this huge mm nearly one- possible.
pent for army and naval
The eternal Illness of things gets One correspondent writes to the Si
when a hoy who Louis Mirror denying
Wilson has charged bit. mother grows up and marries n of Illinois looks like
with psychology won-, j Lincoln. Too late. They have sleeted
and hard facts. him senator now.
Phone
Greenville, N. C
IN GOLD I
IN POT
IN BUCK JACK
in
I arrived
I S B .
to say
or
lo Not
i.
with
Parker in Digging Post
Holes Uncovers a Small
Fortune
able ,
eras in your
; are s people
to be appreciated
more especially .
in
Sub and
i i . I .
city. Your
and
W Say one
e I
1st, at th
i Were
ed Hating Large Money
a Scarce
In Those
News was here today by
citizens of the Black Jack section of
a remarks Me bad of a pot of gold any one with felt more it
made there recently by Washington home than I did wit i Ur. Hooker, th.-
man sold for city and fur-
opening tobacco for our
and want lo the tobacco
of your Stale I was
ashamed of the i
had was so looked s
red dark to w-hat your tobacco
does. Our opens
Tuesday. Dec. id as we have
such a good season l look for a goo
heavy break. I going to sell for
woof our i here I want
IO say in this never worked to
Parker who TM the farm of Fred
Mills Calico Parker was
post boles when his auger
struck what appeared to be an old
iron not on investigation tho
not was removed and opened and
found to contain In gold.
While of course nothing definite
be found out in regard to
placed tins gold or for what j hand I found on t there that
pose was placed there It is believed he had loaned man; of them his hard
that it was buried during tho war ho deemed
when hanks were so plentiful
are now and it was the
of a turpentine distiller or on W
with that business who tend court at Court
feared would be captured or that he House with Peebles on th
would lie robbed. At that time the
turpentine industry was the
business of this part of tho
and is know that much money was
kept on band lo carry on the
The person who hid the gold
there probably died without revealing
his Secret consequently tho money
was mil re covered by his people.
This sum of money is quite a neat
ind and is remarkable that it re-
securely hidden up to this
The finder is highly elated over
bis luck at discovering this small
fortune
i to say that Mr.
Hooker is a man any town or city
ought to be proud am sure
that many of tho of your State
and county are pro as he
It
a pleasure. The enjoyment
on
bench. While city I had the
pleasure of hearing sail your preachers
of every denominate on and believe
all to be Christian gentlemen and good
preachers I to be in
your city again
Respectfully a and to
and Its people
S M
Springfield. Ky
The Greenville Banking
Trust Company.
Deposits at Government Call Oct. 31st
THE LARGEST In This Section.
Deposit Your Money with This
Bank For Safekeeping.
Artistic Rockers
DO YOUR
SHOPPING
OWN
pi Hosiery
Gives the VALUE for Your Money
Clio, to Silk, For Men, Wont,
Any Color and Style From to per pair
th Mull by All IV,.
Wholesale Lord NEW YORK
rate
design and
p ere f-r
and If
ambition is to make sour
beautiful, her.- s a chance to
idem it splendidly with our
One furniture, it . not mere-
stylish and h, but of
great durability, because
for use as well as for show.
Ton are to call In-
oar stock
Taft Vandyke
Evans Street. Greenville, N. C.
Strawberry Plants
Why They Recommend
Tar.
P A.
it produces the beat results, always M Pr
severe colds, sore chest an Cot and funeral designs
and does not Shade
or harmful Dr. John VT. I B Bushes,
Taylor. Ga.-because
believe It to be an honest medicine j
and it satisfies my W. .
Cook. Mont-because gives
the bust result for coughs and colds
to
It as
Am la all right la his
long training Is muss
plumbers out f them. We
send experienced every lab bar-
It k
Cheaper far Ten
and the work gives
make cur by
as a sf year
We
Officials Appointed
the Hew Board of
Commissioners
I LAW
MOW D IS PITT
I he
new county Hoard of
period of compulsory
attendance of child- between th
ages of eight and Her V began for Pitt
county Monday and will
continue for four This is a
State law passed by tho As-
of 1913, tie.
Of all the people i n making It
of anything Every user Is
friend. Sold by all druggist.
loners Messrs Morion. is Invited lid requested
shade A. Stocks Simon A. Con- j w not ,, work
were II
and It
salon nearly the entire two days
CAST OF CHARACTERS
U HIAWATHA
Below are the names of the differ-
students of the Training School
who took part the Hiawatha pa-
and the characters
This pageant which was given
Monday night was of the
ever given in this city.
The cast of characters was as fol-
Marguerite Wallace
. Flora
Notice
The firm of Pace Cobb doing
business as th. New Bertha Hotel
has this day been dissolved by mu-
consent C. R. Pace buying the
S. T. Hicks, THE Plumber.
Hiawatha
.
Arrow-maker
due hardship on Ki, and will not
of this week for the purpose of makes amp
pointing the county officials provisions for child really
an unusually large amount cannot be sent Children
business which always conies . , .,
.- -he of the board r
Mr. A Congleton was elected, w than two and
chairman of the board, and among no half miles from t h school
those county officials whom they a, by the nearest or whoso
too, is re,, ired on account
Attorney; .
J. W. Smith of Heaver Dam township
superintendent of the and cloth
and C, of standard on account of all these
are excepted from lb. provisions of
h large amount of business , t, .
.,., . . was the law. This
up and passed upon at this I
meeting. In a later will he that e
given much of the which on who
transacted which would be of not come under om f these heads;
to the public and which at present have their children I,, school;
we are unable to secure.
Forbes
. Bills
.
. Francis
. ., Julia Jordan
. Sara tills
Interest of Cobb and assuming
all
R PACT
W. COBB
1.1 OF
North Hound Mouth
So, a. m. No. p. a
to I p. m. No. it p a
Norfolk
East Bound West Bonn
No, m. No a r
U U a. No. IT 7.14 a.
-c u am No a.
Touring Cars F. O. B. Detroit
F. O. a. Detroit
We have several hand Ford and other.
Cars, almost as good as new, for sale cheap.
Ford Supply Co.
Phone
Greenville, N. C.
Law
his
desired
North
J. C-
ADD
. ,
Dee, Mae Parks
student of the High School here, was
Susie Barnes
Mary
Bryan
Luna
any way, no friction Kills
is excepted In tho operation of the i Gallop
law. It Is earnestly there
Famine
fever . Francis Purvis
Priest . Norma Smith
French Soldiers
Companions of Priest
Trader
Indian . Lola
Tom-Tom Heaters,
Edmundson
Bettie Spencer
Eula
Warriors
Eunice
Johnston
Halite Jones
Julia Jordan
Martha Lancaster
Kate Tillery
Health Exhibit at
Jacksonville Wins High
Praise Prom Visitors
A HE KIDNEYS HELL
Mary
Wynne
will be no for ,,, K ,
, home Tiller, . t
on account of illness of her I . . ,. . .
for tho good of th c- of the Lillian Page
brother.
In cold and damp weather you
should wear good shoes, or hoots. A.
W Ange Co., has just received a
large shipment.
We have a nice line of fancy
all orders promptly tilled,
your business solicited. C. Vincent
Co
Lime. Cement, Wall Plaster at
II. Ange Co.
Mrs J. L. Rollins, is fisting her
friends in Ayden this week
For Sain On easy term, or will
trade for smaller farms of acres
acres cleared,
located 1-2 miles for J-l
mile from Reedy Branch church.
W. J. BRAXTON. I
Sir. It. II. Forrest spent Monday
on business
Have Just received a line
of glass ware Come look II over
Harrington, Barber Co.
For Sale
or credit, see P. If.
We have a nice line of shoes any
style or SiM , Harrington
A Co.
whole State. They the ones
whom the law was and
are the ones who will
Alice Stephens
Christine Tyson
Indian
Connie
Annie Edgerton
Elizabeth
Lorraine
Death of
Mrs Wilson, of Mr
M. Wilson, died All morning at I Bland
at her home on Dwell
street after an about one
week. Mrs. Wilson years Lela
of ago and was year lo
Mr. Wilson. She her mar-
Miss of Snow
Hill and Is survived husband,
an infant a week parents and
several brothers and who were
present her her Ill-
and death.
Mrs. Wilson was a and con-
d member of t
Church
Clara Griffin
Alice Herring
Proctor
Jacksonville, Fla, Dec -North
Carolina to the front again. This
tune Its In public matters
the Southern Health held
in this In connection with the
L the American Public
Association. The health exhibit made
by Carolina was well ahead of
that of any other Southern Stale.
was the verdict of every visitor to tho
exhibition and were about
them. Many of Hie prominent
from Canada and our
Western Slates
surprise South, es-
North Carolina, should be
forging to the front In health work so
rapidly. In fact many expressed th
feeling North Carolina's
RESTING.
On Monday December M. list, at t
j P. K. before the Court-Dome door ht
j N. C. The Board of Com-
of Pitt County will rent or
lease to the highest bidder for the
any Greenville People Know the Is
of Kidneys.
The kidneys Alter tho blood.
They work night and day.
Well kidneys remove Impurities
Weak kidneys allow Impurities th. following tract la
, . u A or parcel at
No kidney should be neglected, land being and lying In Greenville
There Is possible danger delay. Township and on the North Side
are nervous, or worn Tar River one mils from
on the West side of the
treating your kidneys at once;
a proven kidney remedy.
rule and Bethel road and on the
North side of the and Tar-
Corn Maidens
Johnnie Patrick
Perkins
Fannie Spier
Vann
Webb
The remains will h carried to her
homo at Snow mil for Sunday
One good cheap.
Miss Dorothy loft this morn-
for Henderson. has j
a higher position with
Licenses
Deeds Bell
Issued to the
last
and Body of
township.
Charlie Mayo and Nannie t
Bruce.
COLORED
Jenkins and Mary of
Bethel.
James Atkinson and J Harrell
Mrs. Millie went Norfolk and In
this morning.
tho township.
up her; Harry
duties.
Harrington and Amanda
of Carolina township.
the Exposition but it also excelled any
oilier single exhibit at tho
Congress on School
In Id at Buffalo a ago and had but
few peers at the International Con-
on Hygiene and Demography
held at Washington two years ago.
North Carolina's exhibit Is divided
Into four parts, cue on patent
one on tuberculosis, one on
child hygiene and one Illustrating
progress of health in Stat i
The Southern Health Exhibition
i i tins week and Carolina's
exhibit will be returned to Raleigh.
Hereafter II will be loaned by th
Sate Hoard of Health to any
club, fair or other organization
that Wishes to use It, free of charge,
provided packing and transportation
charges are paid.
Nona endorsed like Kidney road, adjoining the lands of C
, Randolph Bros.,
Recommended by thousands. and other, and being a part
Proved by Greenville testimony. J the Susan Brown tract of land co.
Nobles. Dickinson and Paris acres more or less. Abo
Greenville kidneys acres of said land Is cleared
were out of order and I had a dull la a good stats of cultivation, there
pain In my back which worried a good dwelling and stab-
In tho morning I was sore and stiff, and three tobacco barns on
The secretions were, irregular, land, also an overflowing well of
Kidney Pills brought to good water The A C. L ad
I got a box. They loins It and It has a spur track ad
trouble, putting my hack and kid- of the The
In good shape will be to
Mr. Nobles had Foster Co. for the rent The
Buffalo, N. y. ,, tn, My or
Further can be had
from any of the Board. Brae
Bell, B J Everett. Re
by order of the Hoard of Com
This the of December
B. J, EVERETT
I It, t
not only needed any other exhibit at mo of all symptoms of kid- joining land, much to the
Mrs S I Fleming of House re-
turned to her homo this morning ac-
companied by her daughter. Mrs.
t-hecks
know croup Is dangerous.
you to know too. the sense of
security comes from baring
Honey and Tar Compound is
the It the thick
and clears away the phlegm, slops th
strangling couch and gives easy
and quiet sleep. Every user a
friends Sold all druggists
J, V.
Veterinary
treat all animals Calls prompt.
day or wight Office at
stables with hospital
Ice. Day phone night Ml-;
ii
The Affect Reed
Me lax.
T M
not n , m
la and lull .,., and ,.
at Om cl K. w. J On business
Gore, Os. P. A. Morgan bad
recently to use a liver medicine
says of Cathartic Tablets
thoroughly cleansed my system
and I felt like a new
They are the best medicine I
ever for constipation.
I keep The stomach sweet,
active, bowels Sold by all
druggist.
r J. W Is l Wilson today





MOSELEY
BROTHERS
REAL ESTATE and
INSURANCE Agents
Lad i opal
h Chi
r or Sale by Ladles of the Baptist
WANT ADS
mm
church tin
covers, gifts Apply to
Baker
H II. OF sen
and Just
received w H Phone
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Pageant In II; a if-
Audience In Highly
Commended By III Hit.
It.
Hiawatha, the pageant-play
reseated by tho Allan Pot
Society at Carolina
Training School last night.
one of the most brilliant
beautiful performances over given at
school; it was indeed an artistic
performance. In spectacular
try were shown tho daily occupations,
the games, soul and worship
of a picturesque people. Tho
members of the cast were
on the stage at time and
the groups of warriors, squaws, was perhaps the mos.
maidens and children, each i in the play, kt
sometimes carrying on different
then again one group cm
OF SALE.
By Virtue of the power of salt con-
a mortgage given by
H. IV t raw ford to W. Allen,
July and recorded in Hook
page in the office of the
r f Deeds, the
will oiler for sale at public auction
grave of Miss Marguerite on the 9th day of January 1915 be-
for want from
. t
The rate la i cents per
line, six word to tin.
shone No.
Ask Tour Grocer for MOSS
Kl iI It at the beat. I ti
M W Kin KM. . B.
pipes, fire boards, and put up
your stoves. T. Hicks.
k ENTIRE LIKE OF COAT suits
ladies and children's cloaks.
I at of the regular price J. R. A
J. G More
Wallace, as Hiawatha, here did excel-
lent acting
And the coming of the Tale
the scene the great
old brave tells the Indians of a won-
sight he has Been, pale face I
the Indians are deriding him
then Hiawatha enters tells them
is true, urges them to welcome the
stranger, and shews the vision
of the future be has set n. The In-
chant tho of the Ghost
Here an guide leads
in a missionary priest, a rapper and
two French soldiers.
The final scene the of
mg the place and the others
n the back ground as spectators.
Just before the curtain went up the
prologue was spoken,
lines of
telling his people of
great prophet he is sending to them.
In the opening scene, in the early
the Indians, sleeping on th
ground around tents, are awaken
the notes of a tribal melody play
by a flutist on tho way to the lodge
his one. Then follow
morning occupations, the squaws pr
paring the meal, the old chief teach-
the children to shoot, the games
of the children and youths, and the
games of chance;
wins from old a
youth The prayer for success in
Banting was one of most
In the play. This is fol i
lowed by symbolic dancing,
and shooting. At the close of the
scene Hiawatha, appearing for the c
first time, signals for all to hear, then j
he tells of
The next scene is the wooing at
tho home of tho old Arrow-maker,
of the
In the wedding feast
there is song, and feasting
the
gar's sings a love
the bride and groom dance, the
warriors have a mock battle, the
ens give the and finally
the scene closes with the
when the braves throw their
I at the feel of
Hiawatha. In his canoe with his face
turned Westward haves his
with out-Stretching arms tine
their beautiful farewell song.
Ernestine Forbes, as MInne-
did remarkably artistic worn
Miss Marguerite Wallace made an
pi Hiawatha and looked the
part Miss Flora as No-
seemed to have stepped literal v
from the p, of Longfellow. Miss
Sarah Ellis, as made an ad-
chief. Two of the favorites
of the evening were Miss Ed-
a an Indian youth, and Miss
Herring, the who son
lament.
The costumes were wonderfully
with their strings of beads,
feathers, skins of
animals, and blankets.
The music j beautiful throughout
The strange, often almost
mi cast . the listeners
Attractive giving the words
and tho customs were In place
of programs so that the audience
could the more readily follow the
play.
The was adapted by Miss May
R, II from Longfellow's poem
Miss also staged It. The Poe
Literary Society Is greatly
to Miss for her excellent work
and the school and the public are
indebted to the Pose for the
performance.
Miss Maria Graham, as business
manager, and Miss Hill as
musician did much to make the play
a success.
While the audience was much
in than usual big i-
tho court house door in Green-
ville at o'clock M the following de-
scribed property to-wit.
All the right, title, and interest
said II C, Crawford in the lands of the
late Ann K. Crawford, adjoining the
lands of Tyson, J It Nichols and
others, known as the Polly
land containing acres more or
less; also all interest and title a
In a certain tract adjoining
the Allen estate and the lands of the
George Crawford heirs, containing
a more or less, the deed for which
Is recorded In Hook H-6, page to
which reference is made for more de
unite description.
Terms of sale cash. Said sale made
to satisfy said mortgage.
Dec
W, H. ALLEN
Mortgagee
W, F, EVANS, Attorney
SEE E. II. FOB
Irons, Heaters, Lights and
Hotel
STOKE WILL BE OPES
o'clock each night until Christmas.
A. B. ELLINGTON CO.
FOR BEST I ROOMS It
stairs with water and lights rent
cheap corner Twelfth and Washing-
ton St. Apply to It. F Windham.
12-9-ltd.
FOR ROOM
house with water and lights.
Randolph Bros. or
NOTICE OF SALE.
virtue of the power of sale con-
In a certain mortgage given by
J. W. Tripp and wife Queenie
to the undersigned, and recorded It
Hook Q-10, page I will offer it
public auction before the court house
COME TO LISE CHRIST
mas Handkerchiefs. J. it. H J. G.
12-9-1
IF TOO WAST CARNATIONS AND
cut flowers rail Miss
Warren.
HAND FORD
touring car in good condition. In
reply state condition and cash price
Greenville, N. C.
TWO ROOMS FOR RENT
able location apply at this office
SMALL FARM FOR KENT NEW I-
door In Greenville, on the day of room dwelling, barn and stables, can
January 1916 at o'clock M the fol give possession at once. Apply to J. B.
lowing described parcel or tract if Johnston.
land lying and being in the town of
and bounded as follow, FIRE
at . ditch on Mai,. is A
street at the corner of Cannon Johnson
lot. and runs west with said ditch J
1-4 feel and comer with Rowan
Cooper line, thence a southerly
course with said Cooper's line ft.
thence east with Cooper's line 1-4
feet to Canon Smith's line to
containing 1-4 acre more or
Terms of sale sash. Said sale made
to satisfy said mortgage
This December 1914.
J. A. BARBER,
Mortgagee
W F. EVANS, Attorney
8-ltd
ORDER FOR
Christmas cake with W. H, Johnson.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Repair the Leak
A small I- may sink a ship.
A small expense regularly incurred may hinder, if
not ruin, your chances for success.
You can watch the I when you pay by check
You will hesitate before you write a check for a needless
Let this Bank keep your checking account.
National Bank of
Greenville
L. Little,
V. Forbes, fainter.
WE HANDLE
PRESCRIPTIONS
as it each were for members of our
own family. We see none but the
very purest drugs. W every
caution to Insure accuracy and faith-
Hare your prescriptions fill
-d and you can have perfect
In the medicine. And confidence,
know, a help In effecting
Drug Company
j the Five
The most of all the seen m ,
is the death of Tho g t
snow scene. In tho dim purple light j
was one of rare beauty. Miss
t . REST FOR SAYS DOCTOR
tine Forbes, as crouching J t r n ,.,,,,
way from the ghost or and ,, , of ex.
singing her death com- he has found no
totted by did a remarkable for the kidneys equal to Foley Kidney
Ills In and Best
you can buy for backache,
kidney and bladder ailments
lament over the Sold by aM
Runaway Marriage.
Sometime yesterday a young man by
the name of James who lives
on the farm of Harding and Pierce
away with the thirteen-year
daughter of Mr. R. W. who
near there, and the couple were mar-
In Beaufort county.
The father of the girl will bring pr j-
the man for his ac-
and was here today to look after
the matter
Two Names Omitted.
In mentioning tho names of the new
county officers, In Saturday's paper
through an oversight the names of one
of the county commissioners, Mr. R
A. Congleton. was omitted. We also
failed to stale that Hon. K. C. Harding
would represent Pitt county In the
State Senate.
of acting, showing true
scene closed
ti
with Hiawatha's
Mr. C. It. of
was In town last night
Fall From Wagon.
Late yesterday afternoon Mr.
a farmer from
while on his wagon in the Center
Prick warehouse fell off receiving I
very hard fall He required medical
aid and although no bones were
en It will be several days before
will be entirely recovered
Wow Cold as the dickens
Why do you put up with such a nuisance
You don't have to if you furnish your house
with a
Cole's Original
Hot Blast Heater
it.
You build only one fire each winter.
It is never out from Fall till Spring.
You get up and dress in rooms
warmed with the fuel put in the night
before.
This is not possible with other stoves.
Burns anything soft coal, bard coal
or wood.
Come in and see this great fire keeper
and fuel saver.
name on
None genuine without it
Quinn, Miller
Company
Marriage licenses.
During the fiscal year which ended
Monday of this week Register of Dee Is
11.11 has issued marriage
to the Ma and This number is pretty
The Old genera v between races and ts
C chill TONIC, dot
about equal to the past record
Hold YOUR
COTTON for
and Insure it with
HALL MOORE
blood
em, A Fur
fa
THE CASH DOLLAR
Is what we are after, Our stock of ladies, children and will be at the mercy of the public from
Dec. 10th to 24th. Never before have such prices as we are offering been offered to the public in Greenville. We mean to reduce our
stock one half during this sale. Our present stock is too large for our promise. Come and inspect our bargains on opening date,
the that's all W Watch for the balloons we send up each Jay, every one b -a tag good for cents in trade.
JOHN
Old Shoe Store
Evans and 4th Streets.
ear
pr
n n
AT A. M.
We will Sell p
THE GEORGE R BE. SON FARM SUB-
DIVIDED INTO SMALL FaRMS
Here Is Your Chance to Get an Ideal Tobacco, Cotton,
Corn or Peanut Farm at Your Own Price
Every knows the value of Martin County lard around So can make no mis-
take by investing in this farm
Free Brown Barbecue Dinner to all. Good music by our All Star band.
Atlantic Coast Realty Company,
K. W. COBB, Special Representative.
N. C.
Four Car Loads of Fruit
Must be sold and at
drape I
California Fruit Store.
.- to. i .
.
II. IV. M.
limited to of
I and
the of
with Ur. U. L.
N. d every Monday.
N C
Dr. H. W. Carter
and eye am
t to all who My
at too for tho
r Tim
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all MM
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NORTH
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Corner and
Had Bath Day
Tow
KODAK WORK
OB. E.
ad
I all animals. Calla
day or at t
stable, with
rice. Day
ID
Order f Notice
District of Carolina
County of Beaufort-
on tins Dec, 1914. mi reading
tin- foregoing petition it la
Ordered by lb. Court, a hear
be had upon the same tho
January before Connor,
Judge of the said court, at Wilson, U.
C, In said District, at o'clock noon
and that tho notice l publish-
ed in The Reflector, a news-
paper printed In said District,
all known creditors and
persons in interest may appear at
time and place and show cause,
if any they have, why the prayer of
the petitioner no be granted.
And It is Further Ordered by the
Court, the Clerk shall send by
mail to all known creditors copies
petition and this order,
to tin m at their place of residence as
stated.
. the Honorable n Conner
judge of tin- said court, and the seal
thereof Washington, K. in
on the Dec
A. I. Clerk.
A MAYO. Deputy Clerk.
Petition
PR t.
In the Building on
avenue,
to n and to
Life f
of Ne Tort
k. Nu-
ll t Bit
V.
IT II
t II U I s r t v s
EXCURSION
Via
Convenient
BLEEPING AND
PARLOR CAR
Tickets OH sale Dee.
elusive, also January 1st,
turn limit Jan. 6th.
Ask nearest N. S. H
agent for complete informal Ion
H. S. G.
IN
Paul Solomon.
No. in Bankruptcy
Petition for
the Honorable II O. Connor,
of the District Court of I U d
stales for the I
Carolina
Paul Solomon, of Greenville, In the
County of and Stale of North
Carolina, In the said District,
fully represents on day l
Sept., last past, ho was duly adjudge I
bankrupt under the acts
relating to bankruptcy; he
duly surrendered all his and
right of property, and com
piled with all the requirement said
acts and of the orders of court
id net,
What was regarded as
In automobile world looms
with promise a violent
overturning gasoline price, n
newspapers reports concerning
of a new auto fuel arc to be re
lied upon. A week or so ago it wait
announced that one John Andrus,
Portuguese resident bad
discovered b combination of water and
a distilled product which could
I supplied to users At a cost of two
cents per gallon. Put tho latter price
twenty and
for gasoline, and one can readily
the result it is stated
i the new fuel was given rigid
I week on the Indianapolis speed
way, and in all causes the results wen
of s most gratifying nature
. at
SALE
tin December 29th, ISM i
., auction to bidder for cash
furniture and thing I
usually found on a two farm Ai
home of the I c
Jones.
Sale begins o'clock A. M
. W BAILEY
Administrator of I. C. and Jose
Jo es bulb
Established 1876
Buck-
wheat, Hominy, Fan
cake Hour, Oatmeal,
Post Post
en,
Nuts,
Cereal, Blow,
Flour. Ton
tin en I and
fee.
M.
MM
Will
Water Company
Km.
Strawberry Plants;
per
lioness and funeral design,
burl Order Shads
Tree.
and
Balk.
II
IS
Day, until North Carolina shall have
had i to i h- r
funds for i h bi ti do
Isaac K of
This action by the means
, Virgil i ch con
to I Its
in the Indian
hi folk u ,
more in or i
Norfolk, as In years con
must be scheduled to lake place
on tho home grounds one of the
contestants.
i hi Si y
get in
tin W H
Lion and Tuesday week
big gull . . b
it i-. ;,, r per
for, inn ii i- regarded a line set
here Thai Washington
has been . bad
nine, ii l nil t
peals r, a, and the has
twice
court
l, was in.-, known Rab until
today agreement outside court
and
came as a i to every man
with the c-n
in whose bands
.- i v;,, ti, en more than a yea
Supreme took this cast
front district,
but is no suggestion to th
cause of I r and r k an
I a i, en I be i
land gen rally i
that a water is liable u
Individual r
i in, I . Clark against
water com
in i but there was s
Been
it-red in
involution
The of Cobb doing
business as I New Bertha Hotel touching bis bankruptcy.
i . he Prays that he may
bas this day been dissolved by mu-,., . , p ,,,
consent C. R. Pace buying
Interest of k w Cobb and assuming
all liabilities,
over Frank Wilson's Store
Only One
To full
H W. m nut
m-l BUd on
C. R. PACK
K W. COBB
I I.
U. Townsend
and C
of were In
last night to see chow
Only two weeks left for Christ-
mas shopping, busy with It
creed by to have a full dis
from all debts provable again-t
his under said bankrupt acts
except such as arc exempted
law from such discharge
Haled this Dec. 1914.
SOLOMON,
Plies Cored la t Days
Your will if
any
sad n,
I Makes
Va., Dec Fool
ball Virginia Is becoming much
popular in the opinion of tie
faculty of that august Institution
which has Just adopted, by an
vote, a resolution to the -i
future events will be
lowed to play on any grounds
grounds of one the con
The one to I be ruling is
in tin ,. Hi,
of North Carolina, which for
historical reasons and
will be permitted to continue n
Richmond, Va., on Thanksgiving
While Mr
was In re SI tobacco
ago i
I, w
tin .
II It fell a tug bis pocket and
suddenly he dis,
to pick bis pocket On Dy-
h the broke and ran J
before he b
He bad sen Mr n
money In bis and
favorable opportunity be to
the entire secure
money tug Mr. Hum
bill's pocket caused to discover
the and thwart it The
not get any mom y at all.
and la Support
Hill
Di i as II
. message
a good I i, was devoted
to the passage of ship
bill, has failed to convince
a good many leading that
ii,, j the hill when
in tore the pi
lives Claude Robert N.
of North Carolina are among
those who will not support tho
dent's measure In Its present form
willing, however, to vote for
a bill would give Ibis
i r to charter as many ships as
may be needed to lake care of all car-
goes destined to foreign i
J. LANIER
and
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n Notice of I
c a.
i. of the
I i made in the above
cause by a. t. Moore, Clerk
i Commissioner, will
of
o'clock Noon, ii being
. of December Term of
ii Sup, i. r expose
Door . ; lie, to the highest bid-
tor cash, t following described
parcel land, lo-n i
row
i adjoining
d j. i. v . Luther
. i m
in
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gun ed the
hi of I bat w
.
III. work
a- d spring 1911,
over i
be s tor Ibis
. . and we to to- I
the State
f i .
to get seed cleaned fa i
. rush will be on a
later in to and will bat
i. turned i . I
Let ii-- have the U co I
once, in order I we may
you the advantage
i of Botany, State
Raleigh, N
put
. i int-i. it.- i.
II Ml
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K OF III It MM
in Court
II.- dart
km Administrator of
Teel
vs.
Teel, Ward, WU
lams and law
Gideon Teel
The defendant, Teel,
named Kill take That an at
entitled as above was
against the defendants above
undersigned clerk of th-
Court on the 13th day
and that said action Is
brought by tho plaintiff named
for the purpose of selling that
f land of which the tat
lying. I situate in the County
of Pitt and State North Carolina
lands of J. H
id
. on or
. e is i
will
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I Will- I'll
vie
not i r cat.
with
easily
a clear light I t ah
it .
large red danger signal in
It is equipped handle,
detached makes a good hand
Strong. Durable. Will last I
At Dealers Every win r
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
r.
Richmond. V-
Va.
on. w j
Hill
You Need a Tonic
There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a Ionic to help her over the hard places.
When it time comes to you, you know what tonic
to the woman's tonic. is com-
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gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
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success, and it will do the same for you.
You cant make a mistake in taking
The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. Alma, Ark.,
think is the greatest medicine on earth,
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spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
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II lo
ii. cl and stipulations set out
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16th day of November
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lull and call are the latest an-i
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l i.-
limited lo the
bought No further risk.
Positively the most profitable
Of trailing.
Op-n an account You can buy In
or calls on 10.000 bushels
or can buy both
for or as many more as you wish
An advance or decline of cent given
you to take
A of cent profit.
Writ full particulars and
R W.
I Ohio.
tn I id, Hot
farm Will ell for n.
I Calvin
N. C. S
Mill
I. . ;
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low.
get of
tor Harrington,
ii hand-
. . , r,. id la a
n deli
the High School
j in in mi Fri-
day night. In spite the i
of the weather u large gather
I,, n tin is i n
two i
led I the a I
Merchant Marino Th-
was upheld by n
lives Mi r P. H. Pierce C. n. Whit
ford, s n . f the
Tin- op
I by i Mi H.
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II- Society, Prof. it
Mai C and
r,. ii. cox of la
es. and without
h. rendered unanimously
favor of negative There
to be Interest manifested lit
any previous in the it
i in- school.
Sal- tin v or -ill
for smaller farm, one of
acres Hi
build . l-l
mite He
Branch W I
V a nice n
and ion
men has
ll
III
II
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hi fire
p Hem of m lb ii i
. . burning of Hi r
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Carolina
l . .
Ill Sup. Court
A. Mills. Jr.
vs.
ii II.
defendant It. in the
. Ii v . ill lake
i. civil entitled as above
Instituted in the Superior
Court Of fill county by A. Mills. Jr,
plaintiff, against D H the
d i in for
had and received by the fl
fondant from the plaintiff the de-
D. n. win
take notice lie Is to
January Term, I'm County
Court, which convenes in
the Court House in I'll County on the
Till Monday before tie- Monday of
Mar. h being the 11th day of January.
1915, and or demur lo
; which will
died ill of Clerk of
Court of Pitt County
the three days of said term i r
Hie plaintiff will he granted the relief
demanded in the complaint.
it ii
A T.
Clerk Superior Court
HARDING Attorneys
; i. lo the h
. r land
i i n Falkland
North
Mill and Road
i t and
i to a
a lo P Will
r; ii up said .-
to i ditch K. K
Inn i . i thence up lb.
poles lo T. I,
corner; thence with
i ii Ii s ti
Road; Hi. in . up said roan
in the beginning Including dwell
inn and other thereon, eon
n b or i.
Also one other pa nil or tract
land In Township, County
Stale beginning on the public mud
beginning at Pork of the Snow
i h j from snow in
I east of Creek and fork Of
in i Mill running with
road S W I polos;
S W Hi pub's; lion S 1- W
poles; then S l-l W poles to a
Mrs c. corner
then N 1-2 W poles to the Old
I Mill Run; than down the various
Courses Of said Mill Hun lo tile
then down Otter's Creek to the County
I Bridge on the
down said to beginning con-
acres more or less. Th
two tracts above described
lot No. in the Division of Hit
lands of late. F.
vale will be made for tin-
pose of making assets of the estate of
T. I. Williams, deceased
This 4th. day of
Commissioner
Attorneys.
U Your Skin
Clear as a
Baby's
m- M of
I town
TUB
oh BAA
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Title
Eastern reflector, 11 December 1914
Description
The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
December 11, 1914
Original Format
newspapers
Extent
Local Identifier
MICROFILM REELS GVER-9-11
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Spatial
Location of Original
Joyner NC Microforms
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