Eastern reflector, 15 October 1915






FRIDAY, OCTOBER S, 1915
NOTICE. REGISTRATION AM
ELECTION. THE
THIN TO
iii i worth Of road
BY CAROLINA TOWN-
PITT NORTH
CAROLINA.
North County
is hereby given that the
Hoard of Commissioners Of
County. In regular session assembled
on the 6th day of September, 1913. it
being the regular meeting held on the
first Monday of September. or-
an sloe tn be held in Caro-
Township. Pitt county. North
on Tuesday, the 9th day
November, 1916 at the regular polling
place in the town of Stokes tor said
township, on the question or
MOlDS Fifty Thousand
064.90 worth of Road Bonds,
to hear Five per per cent
per annum, payable semi-an-
and run for a c
thirty years, the funds received
from the same to be used for the
pose of laying out. establishing, repair-
grading, and
proving in any way the public roads In
Carolina Township, as provided by an
act of the Legislature of North Caro-
Session of 1913, designated as
Chapter Hundred and Twenty-
two Of the Public Laws of North
Carolina.
And notice is further hereby given
that an new registration for
said election was ordered and called,
and that C. F. Page was and is
pointed Registrar for said election
and that the book for registration
will be op. on Thursday. October
1915, and closed at sunset on
day, October 1915. that on each
Saturday during the said time the
said registration books will be open
at the regular polling place in the
town of Stokes and at all other times
at the place of business of said C. F-
Page, In said town of Stokes, North
Carolina, and all citizens desiring to
vote on said bond election to be held
or. November 1915. will be required
to register.
This the day of September, 1915.
S. A. CONGLETON.
Chi Board of Com. of Pitt Co
BELL.
Clerk.
to iota a written or printed
ballot containing the word-
And it ts further ordered, that I. P.
be and he hereby appointed
Registrar for said election, and
Teel and It Parker are hereby
appointed poll holders or Judges
election.
And it is further ordered that a
registration is and shall be required,
and that the registration for
said district or territory shall be
opened on Thursday, October I, 1915,
closed Saturday.
for the purpose of registering the
qualified voters of the above described
district or territory.
Tins the th of September, 1915.
S. A CONGLETON.
Chairman Board
of Pitt County.
BELL. Clerk.
. ,, law
NOTICE
Mortgage Sale of Land.
Bl virtue of the power of sale con-
in a certain Mortgage Dead
, and delivered by Frank Lilly
and wife. Minnie Lilly, and
Lilly to on the 19th
day of January and duly
I in the Register of Deeds office of
Pitt county, North Carolina in Book
page the undersigned will
post to public sale before the court
house door m Greenville to the highest
bidder for cash on Tuesday November
2nd 1915 at i- o'clock M. that certain
lot or panel laud lying and being
In the county of Pitt, town of Ayden,
North Carolina described as follows
into three tracts or
parcel of land and ea. h lot or par. el
land will be sold separately and
the the whole together, but the bid M
tub-division will be rejected
less the aggregate amount bid on all
the sub -divisions the hid on
the whole. A map this tract of
land will be exhibited on the day of
bat anyone desiring lo see the
map before the sale can d. so by
plying t. the undersigned
The purpose this is to make
division the proceeds therefrom
among the heirs at-law of the late
Richard Evans, deceased
The terms said The option
either paying all or paying
one-third cash and the balance In two
equal payments of one and two years
i loin date of sale respectively
Interest from dale at the rate of
per I per annum, the purchaser
being required to execute sufficient
security against said land to secure
the unpaid purchase price.
This October 1915.
JAMES L. EVANS.
Commissioner.
NOTICE.
North Carolina Pill Count.
In Superior Court,
is. Clarence
The defendant above-named will
take notice that action entitled as
has been . in the
Court of Pitt county to obtain
a divorce from the bonds of
And the said defendant
further lake notice that he is required
to appear at the next term of the
Court of Pitt county to be held
the . Monday alter the first
of September, 1915, it being
the 8th day November. 1915. at the
courthouse of Pitt county, in Green-
ville. N. C . and answer or demur to
the complaint of the plaintiff, or the
plaintiff will apply to the court
the relief demanded in the complaint
This the 1st day October. 1915.
J. D. COX. .
Clerk Superior Court.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
New Crop Bulbs
French and Dutch Hyacinths, white
and yellow Narcissus, Tulips. Crocus,
Plant early for best re
suit.
CHOICE COT FLOWERS
i i
Rom'S Carnations Violets, and
lies In season.
Wedding decorations In the latest
Our arrangements are
Two Children Had Croup.
The two children of J. W. NU
Cleveland Ga had croup. He
Both got so chocked up they could
breathe. I gave them Foley's
Money and Tar and nothing else Sod
it completely cured Contains
no opiates. Cut the opens
air passages. Sold everywhere
Lying on the west side of the rail-
road; south of Third street, and
n the east of Venters evergreens.
NOTICE.
North County.
Notice is hereby given by Hoard
of Commissioners of Pitt county In
regular session assembled on Monday,
September C. 1915, order an election lo
or held m the following described
the River, and run-
north
in John Bell's Hue; thence north with
his in doses Teal's line; thence
,. ii Hathaway line north to the
I ; , north; thence
with Jim-1
run- Swami
lo the I be-
tween Harris
land.
road to the T i hi r
the Tucker place south to the Harris
place tin with Clark
place south to tin-
That the said election to he held on
u.-day. November at the
Public School House in the above de-
scribed territory for the purpose
taking and the will
the qualified voters of the de
scribe i ti as to whether there
shall or shall not be levied and collect
id a Si Tax of cents on
tin . hundred valuation of
property and cents on the poll, In
the above described territory, and at
said oh-, those favoring
Tax shall vote a written or print-
ed ballot containing the words
and opposed to
Beginning at the southeast
Venters and Third streets; thence run
a southerly course with the line
Venter street HO feel; thence an
course parallel with Third
street feet, to a thence a
northerly parallel with the
first line feet to Third street;
thence a westerly course with
street feet to the beginning.
will he made to satisfy said mortgage
debt
This September 1915.
STANCILL HODGES, Mortgagee
F M WOOTEN. Attorney.
corner and
Mull. Telegraph, and
orders promptly executed.
BUSINESS IS GROWING.
J. L. Co.
RALEIGH, N. C.
LAND SALE
NOTICE ill V A LIABLE
Monday. November 1915
By virtue of authority contained in
.-. certain Judgment decree rendered
In Proceeding No. 1910, pend-
of Pill
Evans, James
clerk of the
county, entitle
W. K
By virtue of decree Of the Superior
court Pitt County in special pro-
ceilings No the undersigned will
sell at public auction noon on Mon-
day. November 1915, before the
court house door in Greenville the fol-
lowing described lands,
That tract of land in Beaver Dam
township known as the Place.
and lying partly in the town of Ar-
i Bounded by the known as
ins land on the South on
the West by W C. on he
James I. and others against
v Forbes, C Evans and wife Hal- North by Hemby and others and
lie Evans and others, the undersign-
ed Commissioner will on MONDAY
November 1915, at k M.
s.-ll to the highest bidder
auction More the court house door
Pitt county, the following describe
if land lying and being in
county Pill and In Greenville town-
ship, bounded and described as fol-
lows
k waters of
Run. Ride Tar river,
be lands John S Smith on the
north. James Sutton on the cast Sal-
; , Forbes and Robert Forbes on the
east, Sutton and Noah Button
south, and Noah Forbes and
Willie Nobles on the west, containing
on acres, more or less. This
land is about three miles southwest
town to
ville, adjoining the lands now owned
by w. s Move, Mrs. Richard King.
Tyson, T M. Hooker and
and better known as the Elizabeth
Eva m e
This of land will
on the east by the lands of B,
Nichols, containing acres, more or
Another tract, beginning a light-
wood knot on the road Martha A. Man-
corner runs S K 1-2 poles
to a slake in the I of small
pines then South East poles
to a black gum in the Cypress pond
then N. W, poles then s. W.
poles to a small pine Manila A.
Manning's corner iii Hie Freeman line
then S. poles to the beginning con-
acre more or less and be-
same conveyed to Ann B.
Crawford by J. W. Allen. See Deed
Hook page for accurate de-
Terms Cash.
This the 7th October
F. G. JAMES At SON. Attorneys.
Notice of Sale of Lund
By virtue of power vested in me by
mortgage to me on
26th day of February. 1912, by Arden
Mills, and duly recorded in office
Of the of Meeds for
in Book E-10, page shall
sell for cash to the highest bidder at
public auction at the Court House
door in the Town of Greenville, at
Twelve o'clock m . on Monday the
day of November. 1915, the following
described Of real estate, lying
being aid situate in the county of
PHI and State of North Carolina, to-
Lying in Township, adjoin-
the lands of Buck Mil's Mon-
roe Cox Dicey Stocks and being the
same land conveyed lo Arden Mills
Henry Corey and his mother Susan J
Corey. Said tract containing thirty-
three and one half acres, more or
This October 7th. 1915.
j. Mortgagee.
ALBION DUNN. Attorney
10-8-15-11 d w,
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP.
I Ac.
BY THE W T W-
OF EASTERN
I I HOME I Nil FA
Published once a week Greenville,
N. c. for October lit,
Editor Asa Biggs, Greenville. N C.
Managing Editor B. Ra hit.
Greenville, N. C.
Business Manager C B,
Greenville. N. c.
Publisher The Reflector Company
Greenville, S c.
C. R. J, Cobb
w hi Jr. J. Everett.
W II Hail Jr., II. II. Sugg.
Bros. Greenville, N, small
Washington, N. C.
Known bondholders, mortgaged
and other security holders, holding
per cent or more o amount of
mortgages, or
Linotype Co., Brooklyn
s. j. Everett, Trustee,
Greenville, X. c.
c. B.
Business Manager.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
Ibis 80th day of September. 1915.
A.
I Seal l Notary Public,
My commission expire- March
tint relieves pain heals a, .
liniment.
To Prevent Blood Poisoning
once the old reliable DR
WHITE'S
Massive T
The
HAS EVE
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v tut.
I In
NOTE A l as In Excellence of the
Abate u ticket to this It-
he in mil i- to its merits if
seen that ha lied tills In
or if MM tIn- has not
I price paid for such ticket at die
SAM WHITE, Manager
Prices,
and
Seats on Sale Tuesday, a. m. at Box
Office
j i r
Announcement
We have secured the Agency for FORD AUTOMOBILES for PITT and MAR
TIN COUNTIES, and in connection with our Sales Department we will carry a
complete line of FORD PARTS, and FORD ACCESSORIES, consisting of Tires,
Tire Covers, Cement Patches, Blow-Out Patches, Pumps, Horn Bulbs,
Horns, Bumpers, Lamps, Lamp Bulbs, Master Vibrators, Steam Line Hoods, Tool
Boxes, Wrenches Gasoline and Cylinder Oil.
In fact we believe that we have the most complete line of Automobile
ever shown in Pitt County. It is our desire to able to furnish to FORD own
any accessory that they might need.
COME TO SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY.
The John Flanagan Buggy
Company
GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Just Received
Car
Load
of
Horses and Mules
Three Car Loads of
and Pied-
Buggies
Buggies
Call to see us
J E. WINSLOW
Greenville, N. C.
M rag
W EASTERN
CAROLINA. IT HAS
A POPULATION OP POUR
ONE HUNDRED
D ONE. AND IS
ROUNDED BY THE BEST
PARKING COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES OP ALL
MM ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR
HAVE EVERYTHING TO
THE WAY OF
LABOR, CAPITAL AND
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
AND NEWSPAPER
la the lUst the . Healthful, the Most Employment of . Omit
TO. It IS,
WE HAVE A
op twelve
AMONG lilt.
PEOPLE IN THE EASTERN
PART OP NORTH CARO-
LINA AND INVITE
WHO WISH TO GET BET-
ACQUAINTED WITH
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
i BUSINESS WAY TO TAKE
FEW SPACE AND
TELL THEM WHAT YOU
HA TO BRING TO THEIR
ATTENTION.
OUR ADVERTISING
HATES ABE LOW AND CAM
BE HAD UPON A
M Hill It E
DECISIONS FOR
FIFTH DISTRICT
Reverses Decision of Judge
Bond In Favor of
C. L.
Salary.
NO FEES ATTACHED
TO HIS SALARY
BLOCK SALES
YESTERDAY ON
LOCAL MARKET
For The Second Time This
Week Warehouses Have
Been Unable to Fin
Their Sales.
OVER POUNDS
WERE SOLD EACH DAY
Four Other Cases From Pitt
County Passed On At Yes-
Session.
IS
THE TWELFTH
ENTER CONFLICT
Declares War On Serbia
Says News Dispatch
Sent Out From
Paris.
GREECE SORRY BUT
WILL NOT ENTER WAR
DIES FROM AN
ATTACK OF ACUTE
AT
Dr. R. M. Johnson Passes Crops of The State Worth
While Attending Around a Quarter
Association at Million
Robersonville.
Greenville Holding Good On
High Prices All Grades
Selling Well.
RALEIGH, OCT. Supreme.
court, in opinion written by Justice
Plait Walker, yesterday reversed
the decision of Judge W, M. Bond in
of Solicitor l.
in his controversy with the
Commissioners of Pitt County.
contended that the
construction of an act of the last
allowing the solicitor an-
to be paid monthly from the
treasury of Pitt in lieu of fees now
provided by law, meant that he is to
receive this amount and in addition
thereto such fees as the defendants
themselves pay in the criminal court
in cases where they are convicted. The
Supreme court held otherwise.
Opinions were handed down as fol-
lows
v. Harvey from
Pitt, appeal dismissed.
v. Commissioners,
from reversed.
Humphrey v. Lang, from Pitt,
V. Town of Greenville,
from Pitt, new trial.
The controversy between the com-
missioners of Pitt county and the so-
was submitted without action
to Judge w. M, Bond to Interpret
statute passed by the last legislature.
According to the wording of the
Statute the author-
to cause the of Pitt
county to pay to the solicitor the
Judicial District the sum of six
hundred dollars annually, to be paid
monthly in lieu of fees now provided
by law, which said solicitor would
receive from time to time from the
county of Pitt on account of
lions in the criminal courts Of the
county, by the said
The difference of opinion was that
the solicitor on the one side Contended
lie should receive those fees which the
defendants themselves, upon
conviction, paid in the court in ad-
to the six hundred, while
commissioners thought Otherwise
The latter were supported by the
opinion of tile representatives of the
county, Senator F. C, Harding and
Representatives J. J.
mid Galloway.
For second time this week, and
two in succession there were
block sales on the local tobacco mar-
yesterday. On Tuesday, with over
pounds, two of the seven ware-
houses were unable to sell, and yes-
with equally as much of the
weed here, two other houses were
ed over lo this morning's sale. Al-
though cumber of pounds won't
reach half million mark today, it
will require minute of the sale
hours to finish on all the floors,
the houses being tilled from
wall to wall.
The number of pounds that have
been sold on the local market this
weeks has surprised many of the
it being far above their
expectations.
As was published in THE
TOR yesterday the Greenville market
ran second for the number of pounds
sold during the month of September,
and if sales continue as heavy
the remainder of October as they have
been for the first part, Greenville will
no doubt make it close for Wilson on
the top round on the number of
pounds.
No market In North Carolina have
made better averages than have been
made by the growers selling on local
floors, In fact some of the local ware-
houses are leading the state.
MAS I AL I HI HI II
EMBERS
REVIVAL
During past week the Ayden
revival. conducted by Evangelist
Percy Cross, has been in progress
people from different churches
of Greenville have been in attendance
night to night,
Ur. many friends during
his live week- slay with Christian
church at this place that are interest
in what success he may have with
the Ayden church.
Airships Drop Bombs On
London Killing And In
Many.
LONDON, OCT. has
declared war on Serbia, according to
a News dispatch from Paris.
LEADING CITIZEN OF FIGURES ARE FAR IN
EASTERN CAROLINA EXCESS OF 1914 TOTAL
For Years Co Worker of Though Not As Many Bales
The decision of Bulgaria, the twelfth
nation to enter the war, to join the
ranks of the belligerents on the side
Germany, Austria and Turkey, was
reached only after a diplomatic battle
waged for months between
of the Teutonic allies and the
quadruple entente Each side offered
tempting inducements in an effort to
gain another ally but the Bulgarian
government finally decided the
powers had made the higher bid.
Bulgaria is rated as one of the most
powerful of the Christian Balkan
slates. Her army while considerably
smaller than that of her neighbor
is well drilled and equipped.
Her military on a peace foot-
is only about but in time of
war she is able to put into the Held
something like men.
Since the second Balkan war in
which Bulgaria fought Greece, Serbia
and Montenegro, alter the victory of
all four nations against Turkey
has been isolated to a certain
extent from the other Balkan states.
The second war, which resulted from
a dispute as to the division of
won from Turkey, was not
in by which also
kept out of the Aral Balkan conflict.
troops invaded Bulgaria,
however, and forced the latter in make
territorial concessions.
TONS OF
FROM GERMANS
WASHINGTON. OCT. -Fifty Inns
of coal tar of German
arrived in New York today on
steamer St. Louis consigned to
Secretary of Commerce. The
shipment Is for the account of Wm.
A. Mitchell, of Lowell. Mass.
National or
Cotton Manufacturers. In a state-
the Commerce Department
months ago the secretary
consented to act as consignee of two
cargoes dyes from Germany for
which safe passage was n Hired by
permits grunted by the British gov-
upon the express condition
that the Secretary of Commerce would
be the consignee. The embargo upon
the exportation of these cargoes from
Germany has not been lifted Ar-
were, however, made by
American manufacturers with the
British government whereby that gov-
has permitted the
to the United Stales of the dyes
coming on the St. Louis II Is hoped
that this Is Hip first of a series of
similar
The Late Noah Biggs
of Scotland Neck.
Ur. . M. Johnson, Scotland Neck,
one of the leading citizens and
of Eastern Carolina and vice-
moderator of the Roanoke Baptist As-
in session died in
ville yesterday afternoon following an
attack of acute indigestion.
Dr Johnson read the report on
Thomasville Orphanage and delivered
a brief address then taking the chair
as moderator. Mr. Archibald John-
son was addressing the association
when Dr. Johnson left the platform
and quietly entered a side room of
church. Immediately a request was
made for a physician, but none being
present, an automobile was rushed
after one. In ten minutes after
the platform Johnson was
dead.
The announcement made lo the as-
was immediately followed by
adjournment. Dr. Johnson was for
twenty years the co-worker of the late
Noah of Scotland Neck, and a
leading worker in Baptist
The remains were taken
to Scotland Neck last night.
Dr. Johnson was apparently in
perfect health and was happily ban-
Mr. Archibald Johnson a few
minutes before his death.
Dr. Johnson was well known
throughout the eastern part of the
slate and his sudden death will be
keenly felt Where ever he is known.
WELL PLEASED
LeRoy, and
Company At White's
Last Night.
The
lunate
of
who were so for-
as to witness the presentation
LeRoy, and com
in White's last night
were for their time and
money spent, there was not a dull
moment during the two hours and a
quarter of play.
The trio kept their
in a continuous uproar with their
magic feats. LeRoy, better of the
three Is a magician ill n class to him-
self, bis equal is probably not known
on side of the waters.
Although a very small audience
witnessed last night's performance
manager of local play house
is lo be congratulated on being able In
get Ibis company here.
BLOCKS TRAFFIC
For More Than Two Hours
All Over
County Bridge
Brought to a
Halt.
on the county bridge across
Tar River was blocked .
for more than hour-, on
account of some repairs that was bi
made on the bridge
that the draw being left open
during the entire time the work
in progress,
Before the draw was closed wagons
and other vehicles were
several hundred yards, both
from and coming Into town.
As 1914, Cotton Will
Bring More.
WASHINGTON. OCT. The aver-
age North Carolina man does not real-
the extent of the agricultural ac-
in his State. He has but lit-
conception of the real value of the
crops produced.
In round figures crops of North
Carolina for 1916 will bring in about
That is far In excess of
the value of the crops of the State ill
Here are figures should be
from one end of the State to
the
The cotton crop of North Carolina
for will amount to but
bales but it will bring at least 39.-
a few hundred dollars more
than the big crops of hales of
last year.
Other Crop Figures
and their value fur
1916
Corn, bushels; vain,
Tobacco, value
bushels; value,
Wheat. value.
Bye. bushel-; value,
Potatoes, 8.026 value,
Sweet bushels;
value,
Buckwheat, value,
W until
LATE
Mr. It. W. Barnes and Grace
Fields, Halifax County were mar-
yesterday evening at four o'clock
in the memorial Baptist church. Ray,
Blanchard was the officiating
minister,
Hay, ions value,
Apples, barrels; value,
The crops mentioned here represents
tut three-fourths of the money-crops
if the Stale.
North Carolina i- producing
quantities food products as
well as a good yield of cotton.
The war in Europe forced the far-
of Non lo what
could have been doing for
grow home supplies, The
the department of agriculture show
more corn, wheat, oats and gar-
n crops were d In 1911 for
harvest of this year,
I What more Important
Ion crop bale's 1915
will bring the farmers Stale
little hit mom y than the
bale last j did The
South gels just as mm h let- a small
it does for large one and
he surplus tr larger crop
goes Into corn and other fond prod
nets.
lo the average poof
man in North Carolina SO for-
us to have a has re-
a greater yield of hog and
hominy.
ALLIES POSITION
French Put Stop to Attack
Made By The Germans
Near Sou
SLAV VICTORY IN
CONFIRMED
General Has Broken
The German
Front.
PARIS, OCT. The Germans
attacked French positions
Dear Boucher, according to the
war office announcement today and
everywhere repulsed.
There been artillery lighting of
particular Intensity between the
mar
and to of Further-
more, German batteries, have deliver
a violent fire the south of
and the east of Butte de lie-
nil
Trench in
the the Germans gamed
possession a French trench.
The text
Ai the conclusion of the
yesterday, the enemy
last veiling delivered an infantry at-
tack against our positions to
of These attacks,
like the preceding ones, were every-
where repulsed
saw artillery actions
j-1. iii which both
took pun between the and the
in the region of
to the east of In the due. nun
of of the em
my have delivered a violent cannon-
in region to the south of
and Unite de Ma
nil Our artillery held this tire back
effectively, and in ten meantime we
were further progress from
b lo h at a I the ea -1
of earthwork
e hi e tight
with trench n i iii tor
of Kiln and t lighting ac-
c by an In
bin In lib took I I hi
burbs of
a Failure
In the enemy, I .
complete , I, his k I n
front from the to it
resumed his effort yesterday
outburst of
fin in
was
followed by h It, g 11-
pi
re able to gum a fool
us at
v- of
Irene II tin r took s
w pen sixty and c yard
Our ks made It
. n . urn tins
the North Carolina Department
had the lungs and
money the Montana Department
Agriculture the Tar Heel
would be advertised from one
of the to the r. The
1.11 hi are i-i o the stun to
them h. the et are Improving,
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I work, and ii Is to them we address
, .
Greenville to keep up the pace mm has
i living in Greenville wants to
desire Ii more than we do.
now leave it with the progressive Green
v It people to whether or not will make
possible for Greenville lo keep up i.
ill ii see to
The plan to reach man In North Caroline to
contribute one wages to the cause of the
ins if Indeed a and one that
should hold by people of North
i We should do nil that lies in our now-
ii in help made destitute by death
o parents,
ii
d why
lb
,. I ill
i sum pt u
i .
, , ,,,,
fair,
Mir will
ii
Colonel lot
the point of
i- doing Ii
for
Carolina will weed out those undesirable
are I at a
a preacher Is Mill mixed up In the Frank ills,
, hear anything about the fellows
i Prank.
. not j
rests on what
lent en there I no further
ill to gel the
we
i n reminds u- the Irishman
i barn bricks and without a door.
l, it. the Irishman
you'll I- is an architect as your
builder
ii
I I I I Mil hill- lilt I'M I
We unusually pleased ti I
i and Improve
going on In and around
We believe II bespeaks good times
i Hie present generation
nut live from it, we are sure that
ration here to
i ll and live town, it will be
With
operations In around Greenville
are always on the boom, There is hardly day
that some new building is not reported
under construction, or planned. The
i has set is a good one, and one
III I
. Intervals b fortunate women
have to mingle with dinner dishes
l . in tin at Ions a starch
l s confined large to the city, where
h salaries tor laboring from
in tin pretty
i In l an i . . fan.
There Ir little n i In hair dressing done
aside from l home-made brand,
l iii letting the hair fall carelessly
Into a tin and rubbing It vigorously with
i , , hi i ii i it over the I a i.
attacked with a
energetic woman who starts process
the lunch hour has help from
i mi o i e up
. . soup out of her eyes by dinner lime, This
stand out from the
i.-;. in i and threatening manner, and
i ii lore ballast for
in i ll hair Is done by women who
trade In the country, but who have
ended several Ive Improvements, such as
I lie Calm Beach shampoo, the
Harbor twist, etc. Some of these Improve-
d wholly unnecessary by mer
i husbands who are unable lo appreciate
real worth until the bill la presented. And
human nature is constructed those
Mine husbands would howl all the way from the
mil steps to the box if their
down looking a kitchen mop in an opera
ii Is Function ban i r to lake
head hall which i Inclined to point In
one lion and ornament it with cupolas, water-
and lattice work. This requires considerable
i me, but after the work is finished the bail will
in tin. same spot for a week, provided
i sleeps in u nigh backed chair and a rub-
II Borne of the creations of the
halt dresser's art are accomplished with hair
v. ii. h is Fastened lo the customer's head by
anything but the law of gravity.
Owing to a pronounced lamentable scarcity
raw material, men Hum no to the hair dress-
it. preferring to consult some barber who will
shampoo what they have left In a subdued and
s. tone.
I AM A GOOD MORAL
i , future with a
log up
hut you b
. bank
I . . . same i
is as we do ones. I all to see us, we
ed to show j ties In tANK M
WITH
THE FARMERS BANK
T. F. Cashier
Dickinson Avenue Greenville,
s -i
FEED
SEE
Are you one our customers
If not, it is because you
have not had our prices
Wt ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
Hay. Corn, Oats, Bran, Ship Stuff, Hon
Crick Fa ad, Cotton Seed Meal, Hulls,
Flour, Lard, Sugar, Dry Salt Meat.
We are in a position to give you prices that
are lowest to had, on anything in this
line. Be sure to get our prices before buying
We also buy Pitt County Corn
J. B. JOHNSTON
ft
High Grade
fur lest in new Wilson's
it Mill or back.
Eighteen years with material enables us in turn
i. ii best Photos, Post Cards, copying and
Kodak m developed prints rents i
II Ills.
IS A
Greenville Studio
rank More.
I K
Sole of
Ill virtue of power sale con
In a certain Mortgage Dead
executed and delivered by frank
and wife. Minnie Lilly, and
Lilly tn on the lath
1912, and duly record
in Register
Tin county, North Carolina in
i.-in page the undersigned iii
in public -ale before the court-
house door in Greenville to the highest
bidder tor on Tuesday November
2nd 1818 at 1- o'clock M. that certain
lot or parcel land lying and being
in the county Pitt,
North Carolina, described as
Lying on the west side the r I
south side Third street, and
the east side Venters
southeast
Venters and Third streets thence run-
a southerly course with line
of Venters street theme
easterly course parallel with Third
lent, i a i
northerly parallel with th
line feet to Third street;
thence a westerly course with Third
street feet in the beginning. Sale
will be made t satisfy said mortgage
debt
This September
Mortgagee,
i- m Attorney.
NOTICE l HI LASH
sin,
By virtue authority contained In
a certain Judgment decree rendered
in Proceeding No. 1910, pond
before clerk the
court pi Pitt county, entitled J
Evans, James Evans, w. v
James i. and others against ll
ii c, Evans and wile, Hat
and others, the undersign-
ed Commissioner m on MONDAY
November at II M.,
sell in the highest bidder at public
auction before the court door
Pitt county, the following described
land lying and being In the
county in town-
bounded and described as
I on the waters
Bun, side Tar river, adjoin-
lands John Smith on
north, James Sutton on the Sal-
lie Forbes and Robert Forbes on the
east, James Button and Noah Button
i. south, and Noah Forbes and
Willie Nobles on the west, containing
acres, more in less. This tract
ii land is about miles southwest
ii town or Greenville lo Winter
adjoining the lands now owned
by W. S Mrs. Richard Kin
Noah Tyson, T M. Hooker and others
and known as Elizabeth
place
This tract land will be surveyed
subdivided Into three tracts r
parcels land and each hi or parcel
land be sold separately and
the the whole together, but the hid on
nub division will be rejected
less aggregate amount bid on ail
tub-divisions exceeds the bid on
the whole. A map of Ibis of
land win be exhibited on the day of
Bale inn anyone desiring to sec the
map before the sale can do so by
plying the undersigned commission
The purpose this sale Is to make
division of the proceed-
among the of the late
Richard deceased,
The terms of said The option
of either paying all or paying
one third cash and balance in two
equal payments one two years
from date sale
Interest from data at the rate
per cent per annum, the pun I el
being required to execute
. hi against said land to
the unpaid purchase price
This tuber
JAMES L
Commissioner.
I I
The Edgecombe County Fair
TARBORO, N. C
November and 1915
Horse racing, Midway Attractions, Agricultural and Live Stock Exhibits.
The largest and best county Fair in the State. Special rates on
all railroads. Don't miss the battle in air.
B, F. Eagle, President B. Secretary
mi
lit; III A
till
By virtue the directions contain-
ed In a decree entered at Aug
term, 1916, Pitt Superior Court In
case Banking
Trust Co., W A. Taylor C
Taylor and wile Cora Taylor, -i a
w. I. Holier.-on and wife
Mildred Roberson, the undersigned as
commissioner appointed by said Court
In said cause, as director, will offer
fur sale before the court House
in at 12.00 M . on Monday
s, 1915, public auction for cash
the following described parcels or
land, low it
1st. One tract land lying and be-
in township, said county
and stale, adjoining the lands of m. o
Blount, II. F. WARD and T. A. far
son and others containing acres
or less. The same being the
Home Place of I. A and be-
Identical tract of land the said
A. brought from the heirs
and know as a part
the the mount tract
The said land is fully described in a
certain of made by J A
II. W trustee,
In hook M-9, pane 81-08
the Register Deeds
county
2nd. One kind
hi said county and known
as tract or l lying in Bethel
township, said county ad-
joining lands of N. ii. Dawson,
Taylor Martin Others
i more or less and
known as a undivided Interest in
tin- Jerry Taylor tract land which
was by i r A W. A,
their lather C. II Taylor.
Said land i fully described In a
Mortgage executed re-
corded and recorded on March 23rd
1915 from the said I Taylor and
wife and W. A. Taylor to the I r
Cashier In hook H-ll. page
of the deeds Tin
county.
3rd, That or parcel
land fully described In a mortgage
executed by W. T. Roberson and wife.
on 10th day Feb. 1913
to J. C. Taylor and A. Taylor and
recorded In hook page
county, said I rail of hind as a whole
being described as
Situated ill the
stale North Carolina,
a slake,
ll Bryana comer in
and II. Ward- line S. 1-1
W. chains in the lead ditch
through said farm, then down said
lead ditch the mouth a small
ditch just below- the old mill, then up
the small ditch In a
tree the head thereof, then l-J
K. E i chains to H Bryant l.
and along bis line chains
in beginning, containing acres
more or less So. I in the
vision the
which ha was deeded to
w. J. Roberson by Bailie Roberson
by deed dated Sept. 1908 and re-
corded in Hook page in
Edgecombe county registry which
reference is made tor
Second Beginning In a small
branch at T, K. Mayo's corner In the
A. line, thence along
Mayo and Wards line N E. 41.50
chains the lead ditch, corner of lot
No. i. thence down the said ditch
chains to maple on said ditch
the mill bridge old
mill, then s W. chains,
then N. W. about lo
Conetoe Creek, then down the Bald
creek to the mouth a small branch
a Whitehurst then up the
said branch to beginning, contain-
1-7 i-i acres more or and be-
No allotted to W. Rob-
division K
Roberson
They being I and of
Int., what, is know .
nil., P, Roberson Home Place which
divided by division deed dated
Maj and recorded In Book
the
registry, to i. made.
This land will be red tor
Lot No. I, containing acre
being the old Home Place containing
residence and one tenant house
Lot No containing acres lying
along Cross Road, on which
is one house.
Lot No containing 80.2 i.
tin- central portion i b
above described lying on the South
side the lead ditch containing
tenant house.
This land will he offered for sale In
these tracts, and then otter-
ed as a whole, the way
it the largest price will re-
ported to Court confirmation
particular description applies
October 8th,
only to the Roberson land, above
desiring lo sec a map this
Roberson land can Ho so by
to C. s. Carr, cashier of the
villa Banking Trust Co., in Green
C.
C. S. CARR
Commissioner
I REGISTRATION
ELECTION, I
ISSUE HUM
III
BONDS
HIP, nil NORTH
North Carolina Pitt County.
c i- hereby given that the
Board loners
county, in regular session assembled
on the 6th day of September, II
being the regular Meeting held on the
first September, 1916, or-
an election ho held in Caro-
Township, Pitt county. North
Carolina, on Tuesday, 9th day
November, 1915, regular polling
place iii tin. town of Stokes for said
township, on the question or
of issuing Fifty Thousand
worth of Road Bonds,
bear Five per per com
interest per annum, payable
and to run for a period
thirty years, the received
from the same to used for the
pose laying out, establishing, repair-
grading, constructing, and
proving in any way public roads in
Carolina Township, as provided by an
act of the Legislature North Caro-
Session of 1918, designated as
Chapter One Hundred and Twenty-
two Public Lam N i
Carolina
And notice is further hereby given
an new- registration for
election was ordered and call
and C. F. Page and I
pointed Registrar election
and book for registration
NOTICE.
Announcement
We have secured the Agency for FORD AUTOMOBILES for PITT and MAR
TIN COUNTIES, and in co with our Sales De we will carry a
complete line of FORD PARTS, and FORD ACCESSORIES, consisting of Tires,
Tire Covers, Cement Patches, Blow-Out Patches, Pumps, Horn Bulbs,
Horns, Bumpers, Lamps, La mp Bulbs, Master Vibrators, Steam Line Hoods, Tool
Boxes, Wrenches Gasoline and Cylinder Oil.
In fact we believe that we have the most complete line of Automobile
ever shown in Pitt County. It is our desire to be able to furnish to FORD own
any accessory that they might need.
COME TO SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY.
The John Flanagan Buggy
Company
GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
. an Una Pitt
Superior Court.
is. a
The above-named I
take notice that -in action entitled
above . been commenced In the
county obtain
a divorce the bond- of
And the said will
further lake notice be Is required
to appear m I next term the
county to be held
on the Monday alter the
n September, 1915, it being
thO -Hi day November. 1916, at the
courthouse county, in Green-
ville, N C. and answer or demur to
the complaint the plaintiff, or the
plaintiff will apply to the court for
relief demanded In the complaint
This the 1st day October.
iv cox.
Clerk Superior Court.
1.1 is
Attorney Plaintiff.
I desire lo purchase twenty
shares sink in any bank in the
town Greenville. Anyone desiring
to ii any part the above, please
the amount stock, the
and the price asked for the
write
bank,
ii
I EVERETT Attorney
lee
Indebted to the
i. e, company are
to settle by
notes and accounts will
1915, and closed at sunset on i Judgment, or
day, October 1915, on end
Saturday during the said time
sail registration books will lie open
at the regular polling place In
town Stokes and all oilier t
at the place business said C, P
Page, in said town of Stokes, North
Carolina, and all citizens desiring u
vote mi bond election lo be
November 1915, will In
i lei
day September, 1915
A. CONGLETON,
I Coin, Co.
t.
BELL,
i w, Clerk.
Sale School
on Tuesday, November 1915,
lock In the alter
I am Grit
laud. N C. t tor tie II
Pin County,
; to public -ale at Court
Hot door niter date, without
notice
I A LANG Receiver.
I , HI II is
TO III I
I m , ; i OCT. H
. Hon In.-- the
i .; much of
. j , lo Sn
i . ding
i if Pi tin
live Small
lion at
. I
of us
ii , Daniel will be
for sale, to the highest bidder, war and depart
, structure used
building the white rt
The right to
t or all bids
Term Cash
c iii sale Si bull .
Building inn t be removed
i days date
By order Board i at on
S. D i
i Lei
ran i hi I in
r oil l
. hard, i
i an re sweetly, pat
pun till the flow n,
that is all
met
You Need a Tonic
Take Grove's
The Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic in equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
tonic
It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, the and
Builds up the Whole .- stem. SO cents.
i Iii w ill I. Washing
dell
id I lie t
II Me i
I ,. II
I the i where
are i, take
V. i L
Wells Browne
Decorator
n paint r bane
. I pi n
Kill Wort Solicited
Wells Browne
National Hank
Building.
BOX HIT V C,





IS, III.
pace
JOE CRISP FARM
The Joe Crisp Place will be sold by us
AT-
Monday, October 18th
1915, a. m.
The Joe Crisp Farm has been Subdivided into Ten Tracts ranging from to to the tract.
This Farm is well located. Being only miles from Washington, miles from Wards Bridge, on the
Washington and Robersonville road.
The farm has been subdivided so each tract has enough timber to furnish the farm
Now, Mr. or Investor
Here is an for you to get a bargain. This farm is located in one of the best neighborhoods of Beaufort county. The
and
chase.
Can You Beat This
PLACE, is will absolutely be sold on Monday, October 18th, at A. M.
-w-a w- We are to give to all who attend this sale IT
V K KR AN OLD TIME BARBECUE DINNER
Music Furnished by a Good Brass Band
LADIES AND CHILDREN CORDIALLY INVITED
Be Sure and Don't Forget the Time, Place and Date. We Sell Rain or Shine.
Atlantic Coast Realty Co.
HOME GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
,,
GREENVILLE THE
HEART OF EASTERN
CAROLINA. IT HAS
A POPULATION OF FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
IND ONE. AND IS
ROUNDED BY THE BEST
FARMING COUNTRY.
OF ALL
KINDS ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HAVE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAY OF
LABOR, CAPITAL AND
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
AND NEWSPAPER
PLANT.
Agile It Mum tin- Host George
tin c i rum
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE HUN-
DEED AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE IN THE EASTERN
NORTH CARO-
LINA AND VITE THOSE
WHO WISH TO BET-
ACQUAINTED WITH
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
i BUSINESS I . I
l W ICE AND
THEM WHAT
TO BRING TO I
ATTENTION.
OUR ADVERT SING
ARE LOW AND t AN
BE HAD
M h
II
SALE YESTERDAY
Atlantic Coast Realty Com
To Sell Near
Here.
C S. FARM
mil Give a Barbecue Diner This
And Furnish Music
Brass
Rand.
Mr. K. W. Cobb, Bales manager the
Atlantic Coast company
rived In the city this morning from
Va., whirl, point his
yesterday sold
dollars worth of town lots, Mr.
Cobb came Co Greenville to take
charge a sale of the c. s.
farm at Arthur, N. C. This valuable
farm has been subdivided and will be
sold at auction Monday. November 1st
at a. m. This farm la known
is the host tobacco farms In
county and will raise all other
crops in abundance, The Atlantic
Co I Realty company will a big
in- dinner usual and VII
Star Band furnish nm-;
crowd I- expected from
and the surrounding conn
try
BREWER LOSES TURKS ACCUSE
WAND
Officer Just Can't Hold Up
His Whiskey Getting
Record.
TRIED TWO TODAY
Other Besting in
brewer Finds Quart
Of Whiskey And One
vinegar.
Toe Wise.
n a you telephoning from
my office,
you arc not. i can
nine the elicit of a
and the click of
Louisville
Despite of his every effort to hold it.
Officer Brewer is of the opinion that he
has lost the magic wand that he once
possessed. Tor some time Brewer
been known as the officer could
get the but to his sorrow, he
no longer is able to hold sway over
the bring In whiskey from
Virginia.
Only yesterday Officer Briley put it
over Officer Brewer by getting six
pints,
Brewer started today fully de-
to reclaim the blue ribbon
for whiskey catching, but up until two
he had not been able lo get
worth holding, and about all
he had done was to give two very
black a pretty good fright
The first of them alighted from At-
i Coast Line noon train II, .
off on the off side i . Now
was within
why shouldn't zealous off r
look him. He did,
what ho found a ease tilled
mu h soiled overalls.
I he officer saw an i.
plodding bis way ii
with a much abused suitcase, d
had a wobbling walk
Cautiously, the officer follow, .
peering through a bum rent In
la side of suit case, lie flaw two
quart bottles Spun
GREAT CRUELTY
Say Moslem's Have Been
Violated By
FROM TURK EMBASSY
CLAIM ECLIPSE
IS
TOWER MAN HAS PHONE
ESCAPE i
Russians Were Aided
Greeks Turks lime
Keen Asked To Stop Their
WASHINGTON, OCT. -The Turk-
embassy today issued an official re-
port from the general Ottoman head-
quarters charging that many
ties have been committed against the
on the Caucasus frontier by
Russian troops assisted by the Greek
and Armenian population.
Hands of Russians, Creeks and Ar-
are accused attacking
many women and having pierced the
checks Of babes so they starved
to death
Report by Navy Department
Says Yacht
Seen.
IN POTOMAC RIVER
purl. However, Has ton.
II May Be
false Alarm
Spread.
I I New System Almost Ready
To Begin Opera
Tramps Set Fire To Tower
And Keeper Jumped
Thirty Feet.
FIRST FLOOR BLAZED
PITT
TOOK PRIZES
AT THE STATE FAIR THIS YEAR
OCT.
VIA
OCT. The Armenian newspaper
v-i c ninnies the
Inhabitants Turkey
fore the war remain more
his residue, tin
says, may disappear before tin end of
tin war on account of the Turkish
policy of extermination
LONDON, OCT. do not know
the neutral i
may have taken the Vatican has
and repealed appeals
first to the Turkish government to
top the massacres and then to the
and Hungarian gov-
to pressure
upon the Turkish government
the same
MAYOR IS BEING
MUCH WORRIED
local People Hate The Idea
That He Is
Poles Put I p.
NORFOLK, OCT. reports that
have come to the Navy Department
concerning the yacht Eclipse, on which
six officers of the interned German
cruiser sailed ten
days ago, are true, it is probable that
the little craft with all of it-
is the bottom of the
Bay.
of the Onondaga,
of the coast guard service, has report-
en that he has learned Hint a vessel
answering the description of
Eclipse was seen in Potomac river
on last Thursday noon, standing up
bay toward Baltimore. The craft
was a yawl-rigged yacht under sail
and power; appeared to bi about l
long, painted white, with cabin
and cockpit; lofty foremost and short
well aft, with jigger over
the stern.
AYDEN
MUNICIPAL PLANTS
Whole First Floor in Biases When
Man On Second Floor Learn-
ed of His Deadly
Peril.
i The Eastern
ROCKY MOUNT, Tramps
night set lire to an interlocking
lower of the A. C. L railway about
four miles from here in a southerly
direction, and the keeper of
tower had a narrow escape from
being burned to
The tramps, it is thought, had
alighted from south hound
gill train and thinking to do the
; ,. lire to the h
was a two Bl
. hi i tea I re
It it, lie was on the
floor and saved h;
Jump thirty feel I in
No trace I
but I
e H
Mr. J. II. Tucker, Who lives mar
Greenville, has just from the
Fair at Raleigh, and Mr Tucker
was the only man from I'm county
that had an exhibit at the fair Ibis
week. Tucker's exhibits were of
while leghorn chickens mid corn, and
it Is gratifying to the people of the
lo know that he captured three
first prizes and two second prizes. The
three first prizes were awarded for the
chickens while the two second were
given on the corn.
were exhibits there this
week from many counties in the State
of leghorn chit kens, hut Mr. Tucker
was successful Inasmuch as ho hail
the good fortune told above. The com-
between the counties was par-
strong. Mays Mr. Tucker, but
Just couldn't get ahead of
It is Intimated by many of farm-
era that have returned from tho Fair
that they arc unusually sorry that
they failed lo take in I vantage of
chance lake exhibits to the fair, and
It Is thought that next year will find
Pitt county represented with many
line exhibits.
Tho.-e people who have returned
that exhibits there this year were
batter than has ever been before and
that the attractions all over the fair
grounds Ibis year were the best ever.
A very large number of people from
this county attended the fair and each
Incoming train brings more k
home.
MARKET REPORT
Sales this week have not been quite
so large and prices on all grades of
tobacco about the same. We sold a
hundred thousand pounds yesterday at
an average of over fourteen cents for
all on the It was of the
best and highest sales made this year.
We made some of our customers
high averages and all were well pleas-
ed and said we made the highest
sale In town. We second ale
next Tuesday and Drat sale We
day. tiring us a good lot and we will
please you. We do not look for very
heavy sales next week. Come see
US.
Your friends,
10-22-16-2
Booster Here
Two automobile loads
people came here this afternoon. They
are boosters for the Kinston Fair
which be held month
Mayor Dunn says he is
much worried these days by many
of the local people who call up lo
tell their grievance because
telephone company is putting lip poles
on their properly. The mayor says he
can't understand why the people think
he is ii, blame for It, because he has,
absolutely nothing to do with It.
The mayor slates ladies are
giving him a hard run on this score.
SPEEDER FINED
IN COURT TODAY
Police Court Very Slack Fur Past
Hut Had Cages
Since duly.
Progress Is New
Water -ml Light sys.
AYDEN, tier.
work on I hi and .
system is now well while
c mi , great
o pro
Sewer pipes unloaded
from the nun c, -s and are being
removed lo different parts of the
city where the sewer extends, while I
the electric line pols are being
ed throughout the in a very rapid
manner.
The route of system has
ready been ascertained by the work-
men progress that they
making goes in a great measure
make the operations assume a
pleasing appearance Following the
excavation work the power house
the Workmen are making very much
progress in erection of ibis build-
and it is thought It will
not he a very great length of
before ibis building will completed.
Choir Practice
Then
all
Mi ; v. Ii return d
morning from
has been looking after ;
Atlantic Realty
SEVERAL MEN HERE
Being Laid In t
Districts lie Slated
When Operation
Mill Begin.
Work is rushed rapidly to
completion on the new telephone ex-
change which is expected lo be ready
to start operation within a days,
A large force of men have been here
for several weeks gelling everything
in readiness for the opening, and for
the last two weeks work has been pro-
on the laying of some cable-
in the more congested districts of the
town. This required a good deal of
work, as the pavement bad in be cut
up. and the cables laid several feel
the ground.
H is said exchange
.; I, .- ii,, opera-
till best HI
i- an and
. t
I M
to
the lines
lie
i . will
from tin
I re Will
Mines
i-i
;. Fa
K i;
STORY TELLING LEAGUE F
Police court was in session ibis
morning lo try one case, of Mr.
Fred charged with
the city ordinance which says
Hint one shall not drive a car faster
than ten miles per hour.
He paid line of 2.50 Was
taxed with the cost.
Since the first of July Police court
triad cases, and this was made
up until a month ago. For the past
month the court has had very few
A WIDELY KNOWN
MAN COMES HERE
Mr. M. Rains, And
Speaker. Will lie Here
Monday.
Mr. F. M Hams, Cincinnati, Ohio,
senior secretary the Foreign Chris-
Han Society, will speak at
the church Monday
at October
Mr. Raines is a man of wide
and has traveled practically all
over the world He has a pleasing
personality and an unusual power as
a public speaker.
Greenville is fortunate in securing
an ex, client speaker to come
here.
A v ill furnish special mu-
sic at this occasion, and everyone that
possibly can present.
The Town Library committee formed
representatives of
clubs, fraternal orders, s, and
the Board Aldermen has he, n work
for several months toward
establishment of a real library.
As alt Greenville well knows
nucleus of such a library i- already
found in the small but excellent col-
of books that was begun the
of the Women's clubs and for
years pa -I has been maintained
b of Hie In order widen
the Influence of Hie little library mi
admirably In gun and supported by Hie
women, Town Library committee
hope- to a fund sufficient to open
up in connection with it. a reeling
for several hours daily, to secure
service of a librarian and lo provide
for a separate building This project
will lake time and will need hearty
cooperation every man, woman and
child in Greenville,
that one of
library can possess Is the
affection and interest of children
and young people of the town, the
Committee ha- planned a Story Tell-
League under the leadership of the
Senior class of the Training school
and the ladies the town that have
already had experience in
ti conducted the library during
He two , I . i
provide . week telling
in Ill m to
Saturday Since the I
are small . .
all the . n he d attend tho
. mi been
made in stories In groups.
the Saturday . h month,
stories win bi told in little
liaise m the lower grades and
those who have not en tared school.
On second Saturday there will he
stories for boys and girls of the
Intermediate grades at age when
they love hero and stories of
adventure. On third Saturday, the
high school boys and girls and
upper s will he introduced
lo big of the world,
those will not meet in the
class room. On fourth Saturday
will he told types of
all am,
stories example are
popular with all.
The first of this o lei
will be held in library rooms
on third floor of the Hank
building tomorrow
and will last just one hour.
As is first, League will
he find to see all children, boys and
girls, stories.


Title
Eastern reflector, 15 October 1915
Description
The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
October 15, 1915
Original Format
newspapers
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MICROFILM REELS GVER-9-11
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Spatial
Location of Original
Joyner NC Microforms
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