Eastern reflector, 22 October 1915






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.





TWO
The Carolina Home and Farm
and Eastern Reflector
e i Week
Published by
la.
NORTH CAROLINA
s one year .
S i mouths .
rat. I ;
I i
I e. 1-
of re.
or Bl I per word.
Communication i
I for c. per line, up to
K law i M
,, . . North i ii
Man Ii I
, .
,., Ii
. . . had his claws
I not lei
M .
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WITH
we expect, for local people, the
beer, forced lo issue warrants for
have tailed with the
ordinance requiring them to eon-
the before the
ii,;,.,.,,, While In some cases there
be excuse for these people having to
connect with Hie sewer lines, me believe the
most of could have bad the plumber i eon
.,,.,. heir with main lines before this
II i, r, lat we f here
would be so and care so
the health of the town, and inasmuch is the
been Issued that the proper
ave these warrants served
once.
the mayor, h l i give e n
. bas Instructed the officers lo hold the
warrants Monday and then serve them, thus
giving those have already failed to connect up.
ii chance lo t o
one houses
up It up
in ii m ii
. i pi i, ,. Di New n o tempted
or ago, ha
, down piled by
, the world.
, . . a two
rs
Dolly i pi, . lo two
and I lat her i I
r the two .
taking her own life,
brought about by
. i caused girl lo pull
; I n I I i i
. i . ii the i are of
I with
born, lives r, and
pi p remarked
mi.
to l
ii of Ii
. . it their own I
, I n I
Oil II.
will net out it.
Why not attend to the industrial problem at the
Urn w are preparing tor defense in
other lines
now i or
THE carried in
in the immense need a Chamber
Commerce In and HE REFLECTOR
believes that, in a large measure. It was success-
in its attempt.
THE TOR would take the
with a man did not see the need of
Clamber of THE REFLECTOR
feels H would find no such man In Greenville.
Everyone must admit a town the of
Greenville, and one that holds aspirations that
Greenville holds, needs to be advertised the
outside world, and then, too, everyone agree
that produce
Producing is should every
live business man In Greenville. It is to his own
Interest that should because he
, an Blow wit I.
With the basis the argument, THE
REFLECTOR feels there arc enough live
men hero, who wont to themselves,
warrant sanitation a Chamber of Com-
e.
Thai Chambers of Commerce help to build
la easily proven, for such towns as Rocky
and Raleigh arc examples of what
of Commerce i an do.
Thus. c we have shown the need of a
Chamber of Commerce here and we have prov-
,;. Commerce help to build any
town.
Then, there ii i u i room tor argument
that
The main thing t la g a body organized,
lo n HE REFLECTOR believes that
some man should the move fur or-
and In order to furnish the move for
n nil o possible, THE RE-
will publish any thing relative lo the
if n Chamber of e will out
;. of to those desiring lo stun a gel
mi i
Mr have done our part. Will you
ii
hi I Hit,
1915.
PACE
I'M I MATH
i i ; is a rubberized article
. . b rd all striving n n air, hi a
ii S
n Is to i
it ii so in late pears th I
pa to tin
i case the
for their
in bu
i. i
torn do
a fellow h
it a maid cat
., , , we find th
Commerce spoken of, and
pi , that it bat
to live i
tor mi cause Is a
industrial among Hie petty laborers
working
to have gotten hold the Idea
can survive by giving nil their
lion to
. i the i for In I prop
ind keen competition each corporation, or
list hard to survive work us
pi
la caused, chiefly, by a number of
literate and self styled champions of the people's
rights. There i- being much trouble caused by
box lies, and the uneducated labor-
. so aroused these
in, people's rights being
;. the employers today the head
large firm has his lite in jeopardy unless he
b armed
. . i areal now for national do-
tho New Bern Sun would have i
., ;,,. advise I
by send lorn be pa . these labor
i i i r i are,
Dispatches from Raleigh state Col Wade
Harris, of Cl i Observer, is sojourning
The Col should be or tin-.-
Ami a minister held
lion with . night, through
plain i ., e a
dreaming
u--------
down by tin
giving Sunday
and not allowing
Ilka discrimination to
and
that can not sell n i Ii I ion
Wilson Times. Wilson How utterly path
think the wont advertise In
take Into considers
i- being done tor them by the employ-
It i not tor the large corporations that
employ it men would soon have the
id bread revived.
The government could well regulate a g.
of this trouble by proper Investigations the
where labor leaders claim the
laborers arc being sufficiently I
The Government would be doing itself a service,
,, tor unless there is a halt put to all Indus-
trial unrest, something serious i bound to come
It.
hate strikes and We believe the
conditions many the laborer could
i ed by cooperation between the
and government, and then the gov-
should bring strictly to account those
labor leaders who are continuously causing Una
among tho workers. These leaders are not
doing all this wort tor the love of their fellowmen,
hut arc doing it for tho personal gain they
New Grocery Store
With Entire New Stock
AT
I take in a lo t i i
It in a grasp until the
. Sunday morning,
, . lilt a soft, noise i
i a
tic tire p i
from
a I m lop
K in the road. As
frequently the Inmates are
other thing . i It lo i
conversation and hack hair those
pi. and -hatter u leases,
Is very to figure on what a
lire is to do next. It i apt to blow out in a
ii lone of voice, like a WOOden-legged car-
pi falling through a skylight, and leave the
entire family stranded on a side hill, hut this never
happens except when spare tire is at the
being vulcanized. In case an extra tire is
handy, it will not takeover half a for the aver-
man to gel it on the rim and blow up with
a hand pump, especially if his wife is a ii
Punctures In tires are caused i some
foreign substance entering the inner tube and
lowing the air lo to some where will
be of any assistance whatever, Punctures can
h cured half the coal of the original tire,
inn a blow-out la usually fatal to everybody but
the garage proprietor
Pneumatic tires are generally guaranteed for
miles when driven people who to
ride on the road-bed. Automobile owners with
means usually carry an extra tire on a
I in rear. This is done so in of a
puncture then will be nothing to do but remove
cover from the spare tire, tour bolts
and ii out of the lire carrier, Jack up
car in a sitting posture, tour more bolts,
wheel, tear down the differential,
the old i mi Into submission with a
, drive on the new one With an When this
dona mi a by a stout citizen surrounded
several admiring relatives ii Is s very pleasing
n oration.
pneumatic lire la cheaper, better and leas
brittle than it used to be, and M Hie price continues
i i line It will take its us a household
along with the five-fool bath tub and
lie curling iron.
Adams Newspaper
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES
We have opened an up-to-date grocery store on
Dickinson Avenue next door to Bot-
Company, where we are prepared to serve
our friends and the public generally in a manner
that will satisfactory to the customer.
and sell all kinds of country produce.
For the Best Goods and Prompt Service
Phone
Jackson
Dickinson Avenue Greenville, N. C
WANT ADS
ii; ti-Try One Today
Tom
by Essie Collins Matthews
Price postpaid 11.50.
and beautifully bound In cloth
and Persons who wish i
Christmas leave i i
with Rev, John R Matthews, St,
Paul's Rot Greet i
WASTED vent
pressing Work for and de-
livered. All work done with I. X. U
Presser, Phone Smith's
Sanitary Pressing Club. Leon
Smith, Prop.
WANTED- A HI Mi Mil LAIN
boarder. Phone US-J.
I SOW
four pie Mark, in left
oar. Owner will please see n. A.
and get same.
w LABORERS. Ti
carpenters, Ten k mason
ply in Pitt Lumber and
Mfg. Co. 10-20-31
l ROOM FOR
desirable gentleman. Phone
I SALE HOUSE LOT OS
Koonce mid 18th street, In-
formation to
Bethel, N C.
ion
Harness, Horse perfectly gentle,
m work anywhere.
10-19 B,
SALAD AM KALE
sale. Mrs. J. P.
SETTLED
lady desires a position us house-
keeper. For reference call or write
Mary Chestnut St.,
N. C.
WANTED A I MILK
row. Higgs Bros.
relieves constipation
instantly. Price cents, any drug
store. 18-101
just received two hundred thousand
Cedar Shingles. First come
lust served.
PITT LUMBER MFG. CO.
STRAYED ONE
weighs about 1.000 pounds, some
white on body and less, tips of horns
cut off. Reward if information to
j. Fleming, N. C,
Phone
WE
Boards, Stove of sizes,
neatly done on short no-
We arc in a position to give
you prices that are lowest to be
had on any In this line. S. T.
Hicks,
will sell at public auction the
business on Third street formerly
Known as Allen's on Tuesday,
November Mb, at P- m. Will
sell either in part or as a whole.
Terms of sale. cash.
II. VAN Id I
WANTED TO KENT
or six room house Address
care Reflector.
WE WILL
your first film free. Prints to
Leave dims at Warren's Drug
or bring to the New-
Studio, over Wilson's Store.
JOB MODEL OVER-
land, Starter, new casings
and ti-cs, newly upholstered. In
condition for cash at E. B.
Higgs, N. C.
OR RENT FIVE ROOM
I with electric lights and city water.
bros.
N. C. Agricultural Fair
The Atlantic Coast Line will sell tickets from
t N. C, ONE ADMISSION COUPON TO
THE Mill. e sold fur all
October to inclusive
up midnight October
on same and with same be made from
II slat Inns Carolina and Virginia.
schedules and further cull on
W. II. WARD Tickets
M. C.
The Atlantic Coast Line
THE STANDARD Of THE
List your property with
MOSELEY BROTHERS
Real Estate Agents
Greenville, N. C.
SOCIAL and PERSONAL .
VILLA
STOP FIGHTING
PERSONALS
Mr and lira w. led ibis
to attend State lair.
Mrs. N. Crowder left Ibis morn-
for her home Blackstone after
i visit lo in-r daughter, Mrs, u. A.
Bishop.
Mrs. ii. s, Smith and two one are
attending the state fair today.
Mrs. w. ii Jones and daughter,
loll today for a visit lo
is. Herbert and Jones
Petersburg
Mrs. Annie and Miss Annie
licit Smith returned this morning from
. State fair.
Miss Mamie Ruth Tunstall left ibis
morning for lo lake up
her duties as instructor in the music
department of the school,
Mr, D. s. Smith went to Raleigh on
the early morning train to take in the
lair,
Judge II. w. i this
morning from to spend
tho end with family.
Mr. j. j. I i
this morning from Raleigh fair.
Mr. s. T. Hicks returned Thursday
afternoon from a business trip to
count;
Mr, c. T. to Wilson
Thursday afternoon on a business trip.
Rev. J. Walker r, i
day afternoon from the Chi i Han
i Ii Pan
v. and Mrs II. II. have
rived home from Christian church
c invention t Thursday
i noon,
Mr I buck Thurs-
from Pant ego hero
to
-ii ii, invention In id that e
Mi .-i J A. Ward,
Fernando and Cecil Saner
returned morning from the
fair Raleigh.
RUSSIANS DRIVE
GERMANS BACK
Vim He In Closing
In Around I'm I
Son
Rapidly.
OCT. London
The German advance on the Russian
Baltic port Of Riga, tor possession of
ha d battle has been under
way for several weeks, has
forward further. The war office
reported today Field Marshal
Von army had occupied
the bank m river northeast
of Milan, Horn to
successes on the
central and southern end of line
received partial confirmation In the
statement, German forces on tho
r n lb lo rein lo
n new i
The
n a
wore no
Importance.
of
l lei Man Von
of we
i . of from
its lo The
mi,, ii up present time
in n i In this district
amounts to machine guns
group of
of Ha n hi, a Ii
y i, i by ii
group Von
i in region
l de
,. I., great lent. Part of
a Gem an Ion there
forced , lie n i y
o i ; i
further Hie rear, by a few
cam i had been held In
posit lo Ii i ire
lost V cad
Is Thai I Is The Head
The De
YORK, OCT. Leaden here
of the Mexican party
wire reported today to have notified
General Hun ha give up the
fight against and lo
the United States. Unless be does so.
was stated, all of his generals of
prominence will quit him,
is understood that the
in New York believe the
constitutional government in Mex-
can be won by a waiting
y and that they will not
to violate the neutrality of United
Stall's.
Villa is now said to be considering
the ultimatum and to be undecided
to come to ibis or to
fighting the
with men as remain with
him. Manuel Raoul
two of Villa's principal generals, are
here
TAKE SIX PINTS
FROM A NEGRO
laM Sell Hall
Pint. Give Chase And Gets
six rials.
A New Line of Skirts Just arrived
Popular prices and stylos. Good t
in-. C. K.
Quite an Interesting little yarn has
just come to light about Recorder
Frank court, seems that
an old who had a cu
up before Wont en. the
Judge If the case could be transferred
the Superior court.
you it sent to ilia Superior
asked the judge.
replied the old m i-m.
believe lo II lice
in this here
i. running
Brewer a close in the mat-
of mi king blind tigers,
mi by the in had s In
court morning, whom he
saw sell a half pint.
The officer started lo take Hie
but made a break for lib
and led the s chase be-
was finally slopped and six more
lints were taken from bis pockets
The was bound over county
and will be tried Monday.
New Crop Bulbs
French and white
and yellow Narcissus, Tulips, Crocus,
and Plant curly tor re-
sell-.
CHOU I
Reset, Violets, and Val.
lies in season.
Wedding in Hie
Our
the touch.
.
shade tree- and
ARRESTED
Your mi. ion ha a been I tor
a moment so that you may he told
that the farm In Pill county i-
for sale. is located midway be-
Will, and Con-
acres, acres cleared, two
tobacco barns, pack house, small ton-
house. Terms lo suit buyer.
Write r J. Jackson, Stale Y. M. C. A.,
Nashville,
Mail, Telegraph, and
orders executed.
It is GROWING,
J. L Co
c.
LOOK
Po-I
Work,
LESS
Studio
Vi ii l
LECTURING ADAM AND EVE
Somewhat Humorous Painting In Ger-
man Church, Work of Artist of
the Middle Ages.
In the Church of Saint at
Nuremberg there is a delightful mural
painting which one merry even
to recall it The subject is the Harden
of Adam and are being
lectured by an elderly man in flowing
robes with a beard. His
beard alone would more than supply
Adam and the covering they
lack
In as easy attitude, with neither
baste nor anxiety, he is pointing out
to them the error of Heir ways. He
is as detached in manner as though ho
were a professor lecturing at
on the fourth dimension of spare.
Adam Is and re-
upon the ground. Eve,
abashed, with nothing on hut the
she is munching, is evidently in a
reckless mood. She looks like a child
of fifteen, hair down be
back; the defiance her altitude is
of a naughty little girl.
The world-old m is under dis-
but with air of good
and on the part of
Hie lecturer, as though there re still
time in the world, as though hurry
were an undiscovered human
as though possibly Hie world
would still go on even If problem
vi re unsolved, and first leafy
parliament adjourned sine
York Ti graph.
BARRED FROM HALL OF FAME
ROYAL
BAKING POWDER
Absolutely Pure
No Phosphate
HELD FOR RANSOM.
II. PASO, T.
bandits captured employees
and Cattle company,
whom arc holding for ran-
lo reaching
here in Columbus, X. M.
edge of Hie is dinted
here. ii Is
understood were
while in
from bringing
cuttle in the stales.
Church
Rev. C. I. i bier
Washington District will preach In tho
Methodist church Sunday morning
a. of as an-
Special music will be
el i Public cordially lied
n Children Had
The i w i of t W. Xix
land Ho
mi up they could
hardly i I F
t and and is . id
cured tin Contains
opiates. Cut
, Adv
FOR SALE
Five thousand
posts from sis l Peel
long.
H. H. PROCTOR,
Grimesland, N. C.
of Humorous Pictures
justly Treated, Is the Assertion
Made by Writer.
In literature a man l. i y
if he can, to he as
unbridled as Mark Twain and still
bis place unchallenged on
ti the greatest on Lie El
y be as i et dully a i
as , i h and t go n
a halo around his
in lie real sphere
i music be may be as light and bi-
and impish as fancy will permit,
; nit iii any bis
dignity,
Hut lei him attempt any
hi . in I. ma of and
and the
bang
With equal vigor i B fa e. writes
Louis In I Which
in l ii . when I is m talk
than r ore i the i
of a really national . a
i rash,
That a that
mission or or school i raves
only the ii-
. . with
own gay Irreverent
i I I i lead bobs up In
; too
In be consigned
always lo I r,
The Summer Time
ICE COLD TEA
I have in stock your CHOICE the BEST Black. Green
and Mixed Teas in half pound tins at Cents
BLACK
Formosa
Ceylon
Japan
Coy Ion
TEAS
India
S. M. SCHULTZ, d
Remember
You i an always a complete
stock of hay. corn cotton seed
meal and hulls, bran, dairy
feed, the famous bland of horse
mule feed, hen and chick feed,
stock salt. The best brands of lard
lo be had, also dry salt meal, sugar,
etc. Any kind of seeds desired in
season. buy our goods as usual
in ear lots and they are unloaded
from the car to our building with-
out are tor cash and
sold the same at the lowest
class can
be sold. Also bear mind that the
people of and county
have never been imposed on with high
prices since this cash business was
established In when in the
market always get in touch with
JOHNSON'S A SEED
Eye Troubles
Can quickly
by wearing of the
proper lenses. We know
the optical business and
can furnish any
eyes may need.
No Charge for
W. L. BEST
Optometrists
HADLEY
Value of Mother's Glories.
Sara i l. i Arnold Life
stories which are
h r's are -n es-
part o i In Tho child
la cl I n will
ml t tin m of
the joy of poetry, swift imagine-
which enables us to i hare In that
ii foreign to i ex-
Except as this
is assured, in I, ii i- never
from and an die
value of there is no greater
force than they for the preservation
the purity a child. Pill bis mind
with their rich Imagery, their
deeds, their ideals i bis go-
about the mysteries nature, let
him follow the adventures of great
heroes, and there will little room
left in his lite i i sordid or evil
things,
The best Way to banish darkness Is
to let in the light. To tell to
your children is your duty and your
privilege.
Cosmopolitan Nation.
Tin, is a lover of the
mountains and the woods. It is, In-
deed, to the peaks and forests of
Carpathians that he owes his national
existence
isolated them, the has
clung more tenaciously to tho ways
and customs of his an. than any
of tho Latin races, and is said that
today his language contains more pure
Latin words than the Italian, Is
a nationality, however.
About twenty towns and villages of
have been positively
by la as of Roman
origin, but there were In tho
land before Romans and other
racial stocks have left their mark on
language and character of
people.
Exercise and Health.
Take exercise Take exercise.
Have a hobby gets you out of
doors. Walk to your business, lo
your dressmaker's, walk for the sake
of walking, join a walking dub and
keep your weekly score miles. Keep
ins make wheel the
baby or i poll or an i other
but take two hours i exercise
every day. work is good
for who like i and can afford
it, but avoid heavy athletics.
to be a the
pion athlete often dies young. Be
a moderate, tent, daily
of exercise You may not burn
the family carriage, as
suggested, bin least, as he advised,
i .
Young
Men's
Are a Specialty
At This Store
We
I,, the MEN'S
trade, our poll
of buying and selling
-i of i and
i and
the average
STORE
and
I fin to ban-
die.
Styles . From
to season, and
w bile sonic are coil-
ii in ear tho
nil j ear
live mail wants to
alive wear-
in- tile
CLOTHES
the day.
lit bore in variety.
Our Styles
made world's
best makers and
e a deal to do
with shaping the trend
Fashion, they have
our standing order for
good selections of the
new things, as as
they appear.
Conic in and you'll
see bow inn 1.1.
CLOTHES carry
this idea.
Frank
Wilson
The
King Clothier





THE DAILY REFLECTOR
OCTOBER ii,
BELOW ARE A FEW OF THE SALES MADE DAILY AT
THE BRICK WAREHOUSE, Greenville, N. C.
LOOK THEM OVER, COMPARE THEM, THEY LOOK GOOD TO US, DON T THEY TO YOU
j. t. fatter
lbs
. 18,34
32.50; SO lb
l. I.
l. K,
i . i
IT.
k Tyson
S. H. Pollard
at
II pi;
r. u mi
., i lb bI I
lbs.
11.84; lbs at 4.1
i -I
l.
It HIT
lbs.
I. I. Williams
lbs. at I I
HeLan In
; .; ; II
, I
SO .
Tom
lie. at 13-1-4 II
I I lbs
mi 1-8, 21.83;
I; at
II. It.
. at 1-3, I in
1-. at l. fl lbs. at
is 1-2, 11.10; I
i US
Baffin
i i 1-2, i . at
10.92; lbs. 1-2,
1-2, 32.85; at
A Tacker
lbs, i u
His. 35.62;
lbs.
ITs ii,. 1-2, 34.71; lbs.
I,
II.
lbs. at lbs.
15.87; lbs. at
i at 1-2, 40.81;
at 5.72 Average
l lbs. at
II II lbs. at I M His. at 1-.
15.48; at 8.76; at
3.0; lbs. 6.48; is lbs. at
7.68; 5.76 Average
Coma along, Join the crowd, soil
your tobacco the warehouse
the market with highest aver-
ages. Don't ask us, ask the secretary
the Tobacco Board of tor oar
n rage.
Always glad to see you, we all work
your Interest ionic to see
Ci e
RICE AND SPAIN
i i i in
HUN In ISSI I III I V s-
Dill l OF ROAD
PITT I Ml. NORTH i
US t.
NORTH i IN.
PITT ii H N IV
is hen that the
of Commissioners of
County in regular session as-
on 4th of October,
1916, ii being the regular meeting held
on the Monday In October, 1815,
ordered an election to be held In Chi
cod Township, County, North
Carolina on Tuesday the nth day of
December, 1915, Black Jack, the
regular Polling Place In Town-
ship, question or proposition
of Issuing Fifty Thousand
Dollars, worth of road Bonds, to hear
five per Interest per annum,
payable Bern annually and to run for
a period of Thirty years, the
. .
. . ring i way
. y an Act of
of North a, of
. as Chapter One Hun-
and Twenty-two of the
i Laws i i
Ami hi given
that an entirely new Registration tor
said election was ordered and called,
and I. A ks v as and is
pointed Registrar for said election,
that the Books for Registration
will be open on Wednesday,
10th, 1915, and closed at sun-set
mi Saturday. December 1915, that
ii Saturday during said
tune the Registration Hunks will
be open at the regular Polling Place
at ilia. It J.,. i- in Township
at all other lime the residence
of the -aid I. a sin. In said Town
County and State and all
lo be In
i .
This, the Ml d
i I'll
BELL, Clerk.
10-12-81
Professional Cards
. M. I
Practice limited to diseases of the
Ear, Nose and Throat
and
The Kitting of Glasses.
Office with Dr. L. James, Green
N. every Monday.
Home Office Washington. N. C
AMI I'll
Lawyers,
in all the Courts.
Office in Women Building on Third
street, fronting courthouse.
B. V.
Office on Fourth Street near Frank
Wilson's Store.
Insurance.
J. F.
veterinary Surgeon.
Winslow's Stables.
Hay II Night M-J
Greenville. V
II. II
Still with
The Mutual Insurance
of New York.
D. M. CLARK,
Attorney at Law.
and Drainage Cases a Specialty
In office formerly occupied by
F. G. James and Son.
DR. PAIL
Dentist.
Rooms 200-2, Second Floor National
Bank Building,
Phone
DUNN,
j and at Law,
N. C
NOTICE,
s. I. EVERETT,
at Law.
Office In the National
Dickerson Avenue.
II WiRY
Attorney at Law,
North Carolina
It. C.
Attorney at Law.
N. C.
ART
Sorrier Fourth and Brans Streets.
Photos Made Both Hay and
Send us your
KODAK WORK.
DR. ANNIE L.
inn.
Office In the National Bank Building.
Dickerson Avenue.
Office to and to
am here because than
work keeps me here.
Horses, cows. etc. I treat all dis-
eases domesticated animals.
Licensed Veterinarian. Darn on
Clark strut near Johnston's feed
store
DR. S. MASON, D. V. S.
Coal
GIVE US YOUR ORDER FOR
FALL DELIVERY
Per Ton, All lump
Greenville Ice S Coal Co.
ii
ac
.
L G
Sale ma
who
will on ear
floor.
I I I 1915
Big Warehouse
SELL II
Hon lay
I .
HI
Ta
September
. I I
Huff
II
a i
ii
s Friday
ii
Friday
Is
. is Tin day
Friday
, ad
. W
The Farmers Organization
Known as the MUTUAL CO-OP
WAREHOUSE CO.
I j
November
Monday
Friday t
Mi n lay
Tuesday J
IT Wednesday
Friday
Monday
Wednesday
. Tl
Monday
day
t Friday I
C r, Monday
Friday
Friday
Monday
Wednesday H Thursday
I I I WITH I M GOING TO WAREHOUSE Tl LEADING WAREHOUSE OF Greenville. N. C.
have Increased each v. and we new customers to sell with us every day who say that we are them more money for the same than
other , , . -.-.,. .
bright tobacco is better, cutters.
Our Bale card w our sales for week, and again we have no special set your e every pile every day the
week on and those who do like to met die third and fourth sales need have to fear on our sale for we give and get just as prices as on
sales. we wish in for the interest those who sell with us that we do our drumming on our floor, pushing our customers tobacco to the TOP
It's to interest to us with next load and see yourself we know tobacco and know how to sell Your tobacco for more money for all grades
CUSTOMERS are our best advertisement.
A OUR PROMPT SERVICE AND A SQUARE DEAL
The enormous sales that we are having daily are
enough to convince everybody that our warehouse
is the place that gets the
HIGH DOLLAR FOR YOUR TOBACCO
WAREHOUSE
L. G. MORROW, Sales Manager.
C. T. Proprietor
TUB
OF EASTERN
CAROLINA. HAS
A POPULATION OF FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE II D
ONE. AND IS SUB-
BOUNDED RY THE BEST
FARMING COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES OF ALL
KINDS ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HAVE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAY OF
LABOR, CAPITAL IND
FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP . O-DATE
ion AND NEWSPAPER
PLANT.
OP v.
WHO . TO
l I N Mt
,. . t. I Kit Si,
FARMERS MEET STREET SMELL OF OUST TIME EXTENDED
IS TO BEGIN i II IS NOW BEING
MUCH IMPROVED WITH THE r-
Been Secured To At gin To
Long Idle Organization Is
To Make Another
Start.
Pitt Street Residents V c
Topics Expert
Meeting To Have a Very
Large At
Have Sidewalks Re-
paired.
REDUCE TH
. r. i
. j
i , i-r i.; i
r of
i, r
Hut id
C .
IN CONDITION i
I. . ,
, . i
. i .
I i ; . .
the
i. . , . . . . Ii
. , ,, its y I
. ow
for Tills
to , th
wishes, oven in
ii.; of
inn-1- ill ii . i
i in i con i i f v. ill
each Sunday afternoon by club
members. This will an .
in the club and will
moil en those l
in In Id I
lion in the all of the club
rooms
and there Is talk of adding
or more rooms lo the
After all of the Improvements an
completed, the men Hill have one
of the best In the State,
Not only in social way are
in be made, bin it l
be remembered Carolina Club
is well a Business organization
special efforts will made
the business of Greenville in
club and gel them lo lend their en
operation and Influence.
man in Greenville b
member, ii is the business of
the Town, bus promoted and brought
to Greenville many notable enter-
prises. Tho building of the Hotel
Proctor owes it i origin to Carolina
Club, the management tor Good
for Greenville Township was launched
by members of club, the
Cotton Mills and other enter-
prises, which space forbids going into
details were begun by club. A
real many are now mi fool
and county are now in
the n groat era progress,
probably nowhere In North Carolina
are conditions so good as in
and Ideal climate,
Ideal farm lands, Ideal schools. Idea
locution Tor any kind of business or
manufacturing all
waiting lo lauded to the
world. What i needed i. the
cooperation an i Influence of
i and pro i Interests
town. Without this no
can possibly live
Greenville can known as tin
of the State If not
tin entire south, Mr. Business Man,
Mr. l Man. Mr. Property
Owner, Mr. Church Member and
other living white being In the town
of who is Interested In
town's future, regardless of what your
beliefs are. the needs your help
tO shape Its future. A few dollars
each year is a paltry sum to consider
when you thing of the vast of
i.
. .
i , ;
I I
the
II tell i
. . . bill.
on i It i .
i . i the ; marl
Hie i . p n North
Carolinian the union I
. . in in
i ill, hi . i i i . foe of
i. p. . and tho i an I
going i . . about i .
h mi. he has
Lin . a bu .
. two Ton a-
ion it the
union prop now up
state-w i and Dr. M, Coop-
Clinton takes
r F. Monroe
a tax is to show how
i methods absentee
The union meets on morn-
in Tuesday, November It with ad
dresses of welcome by Mayor It. S.
Skinner and H. pros
Ideal of chamber of commerce.
the union T. II. re
Executive sessions are bold
during each day but the are
public social features will lake
place as often as such a busy congress
win permit. Automobile trips given
by citizens of Durham to Chapel Hill
to allow a to to
Trinity college and to the i i
factories, cotton mills and In i
. Ill be pans or this
great convention in Durham,
Ladies Attention
If the nil expert la It
hair dresser or shampooing or mas
sage is required, call phone No, or
Sanitary Barber Madam Do
late of Philadelphia and Cape
May, N. Work Solicited at hollies.
I ,
street in lo
r Cl II
PKt draft n
Id i i
, ; or. avenue are ti
ally worried
, ii done
of tho U ,.
, . id on the go-
. I ; i i
. i i;
. ; . ii II i
particularly dangerous lo ;
night.
It dot look as if Ii had
i. .-ml years.
Work tin School Building
Work has i i the i on
Ion now Grad
building, is progressing i
p . on old town cm
mi is, ii I ti d i building
will for tho
when the b
spring.
Pitt Lumber Rebuilds
The rebuilding of the Pill .
and Manufacturing company, Ii
v. lire hi
In en conn, ed, Tho now structure
will be brick, and more
, plan an Hi. was
destroyed.
The house A.
com I on tho con of Pill
and Fourth streets,
If i.; n n n i
date ii s ill be n i for .
Mayor line
Mayor Dunn has a house under
Ii will com ti d
short while.
Here Soon
n is highly probable there will
be some building operations started
o i avenue before long.
i ii
mid en
present at l
i ill i
bi i
. i
I., . i i i
the n
. i that
i . g Just i
would . re.
ii.,. i I,. . tin you v II I Vi Lo
on hand early in a
FEARED
GRAND
do wore
It
Jim Latham, u pin
i of lull
i I ,
I Will c
ember i 10--9-II
Kill
n lo
ft I
Firm Belief Is Established
In France That That Is
Why Grand Duke Was
Banished -Had He Won
a Great Victory He Might
Have Meant Serious
Fake Interviews
good can be done through i. live,
hustling business
another pan of tills you
notice . be-
offered all of the l
town To join and help in up-
building of town. If yon have been
a member before, u con Ion
is made whereby you can no loin
again for the 16.00 If you
have never a member i en
trance fee la only The monthly
dues are only II therefore the
maximum coal to you can only hi
per year you afford lo
contribute this amount toward the
hoisting of Hi- town.
TRY EDMUNDSON
IN WASHINGTON
Has Been Announced Thai
Will lie Tried In
Bern.
Press
NEW Bi OCT. was
t d the case of P. A.
would be tried in
Bern tho present of a
it Is reported us coming from the dis-
attorney the former Green-
r ill be I
v. c., when court con-
In Unit next April. Ed-
is under bond. The
Inability of the defense to secure the
proper witnesses caused the
the ease
lip
lea know just
tied to the i II
Li cirri do m
i a week i require I
of mall from
Pal Is, and nothing
i has been i I n i
the wires, lint people lien
Russia have mad a
Jews and the
combined to gel . Id
I Whoever wore pan in the i
and however i
i was arranged, ii
one The grand duke no one
ever m him mime; III elf. I
there is today grand duke
been the great
Russia. The almost been
forgotten by the world. The
of generals who with
were rarely
Local Man Sick
Mr. Turnage, Known here
i. to Ills bed with sickness,
Mr. has not been out
Sunday
in one .
e in
ii hat. I
in lion
l do Mi
i i
mi l It back
Hie
II
not i
and
ell, Mi i.
. i
v. lib
i on Id i
hi- i lull
j I ii
matter II I unhand i home
if I I. .
I fool tin i ii
I Know John is n period
there cut n, . Ind
is i
down tin street, Mrs.
is Miss A. Bird, hi
splendid looking I wish
lei so
Al ii Mrs
who had boon drunk fur a week, shook
the horrible dream off of him us ins
wife, slammed him in the hoe the
flying pan.
no
.
ill of
. I
I'll
l PI I
r. .
i lay to
mi Investigate i I i
blow up war It hips
. f Pay, of
the i. i.
Flynn,
. i i quoted lo-
I day as believe go-
i he financiers mis plot,
had and spent only
Paul s that Pay him be
had . he I for tins
country We believe Pay


Title
Eastern reflector, 22 October 1915
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The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
October 22, 1915
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