Eastern reflector, 19 November 1915






B THE
HEART OP E E KM
CAROLINA. IT HAS
A POPULATION OP POUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
ONE. AND IS
ROUNDED BY THE BEST
FARMING COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES ON ALL
ARK INVITED To
HERB FOR WE
HAVE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE Y
LABOR, CAPITAL AND
TRIBUTARY
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
i OB AND NEWSPAPER
PLANT.
Ian. Wash
Wt HAVE A
OP TWELVE BUM
AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE THE EASTERN
PART OF NORTH ABO
LISA AND INVITE
i i a Hi- BET-
PEOPLE IN
BUSINESS WAY TO TAKE
i W SPAt t AND
TELL IDEM
HAVE
TEA I ION.
E t
HATES ARE LOW AND CAN
lit HAD A-
ION.
it.
CAROM FRIDAY. NOVEMBER IS,
MOTHER LOCAL
IS
LATER
News Received Here States
That Mrs. Mollie
of Rocky Mount Met
Death by Burning -Moth-
of Mrs. W. C. Thomas
of This Place.
News was received hero today of the
burning to death of Mrs Mollie Chap-
pin, mother of Mrs. W. Thomas of
this place, ill Rocky Mount early last
night Mr. and Mrs. Thomas left here
morning for Rocky Mount.
Who Greenville
Merchants Were Not
Great Big Boosters
KITCHEN TO ISSUE T
STATEMENT
WEN'S CLUBS
IS BEING HELD PLANS THURSDAY HOMES TUESDAY
PITT COUNTY
He Had Better Swallow That Statement As Will Be j . .
Shown By The Reflector Next Issue I Overland Show Rooms Well Congressman From Second Home Mr. W. F.
a Booster Page By The Lo cal Merchants Will Be Run
Every
Who said Greenville merchants were
not boosters Well, it is not known
of anyone has said it, but if they have,
the Reflector will show them long
about Saturday just how easy it will
he to swallow their statements, and
swallow them whole at that
Karly this week
that a good
Me
to boost
A long distance telephone message Greenville would be through a
with the Rocky Mount Telegram to-
day Mollie
who resides with her son at
Main street, was burned so seriously
early last night that she died from the
effects of burns In Park View hos-
this morning at three o'clock.
while standing in
front of an open grate, had her clothes
ignite and before members the,
family could extinguish the she I
was burned so severely that it was I
decided to take her to View r
where she lingered between life j
and death until three o'clock in the j
morning. She was years old and is
survived by several sons and
one of them. Mrs. W. C. Thomas.
page on Saturday, prepared the
copy for It, and it was yesterday sub-
to the business men of the
town, a few of them, with the question,
you a They resented
It. too, by everyone of them except one
taking a space in the booster page of
the Reflector.
This page will appear in Saturday's
issue, and It is going to show some
sixteen live business in Green-
ville. There are other
too, but the Reflector couldn't get
I then all this week. It hopes that
feel slighted, though, as they will
be gotten to later.
This booster page is going to be is-
E SHAPE
IS THE REPORT
Local Business Man Says
Roads Are Becoming Bet-
Every Day Pine
Straw Should Not Be Put
In The Holes Say Road
Builders.
District Brands Story In
New York Herald
False Will Make His,
Position Clear.
Evans Destroyed By Fire
Family Has Narrow Es
cape--L. H. Johnson Loses
House And Furniture.
resides In
Mr. II. A. White, after having travel-
ed practically all over the count; to-
day stated that the condition the
roads in this township was found to lie
excellent. Mr. White says that the
loads recently have been dragged
each rain and that this accounts
will be supported entirely by Green-for the fine shape in which they are
the of Greenville. It
FORCE A
RE M II THE
ville merchants and it will contain a
reasonable amount of good booster
reading matter each week.
Local people have long ago discard-
ed the idea that this town is through
growing. said a business man
today, is just starting on
her most rapid road to progress. The
found.
One thing that was noted was the
tendency to allow pine straw and
foreign matters to collect in the
and in some
used to up holes.
According to all road builders this is
extremely damaging to the newly con-
Bulgarians Make
a Firm Stand.
FRENCH SUFFER
HEAVY LOSSES
Allies Prepare To Assemble
is helping us, too. and every road as the foreign mat-
business man In town should rally to decays In a short time and leaves
the support of the Reflector. Just go a mud hole. In the opinion of the
the bigger things and Greenville best builders, and local men who know-
will get He expressed about road building, this
sentiments of many more of these local I ought not to be allowed,
boosters, and he is one of those helping Everyone who has expressed
Decorated.
LARGE NUMBER
FINE EXHIBITS
NOV. Mi- E I. Lew
Exhibit Booths Are Very k .-. .
Beautiful -Number state. last night that was destroyed by ore last night
I Mr. authorized the statement I,, unknown origin,
pie laking lo several members family had
Move Made By The me New Herald last .,. ; . ,,, ,.,
he in line with bis dial
ions regarding the road building in
this county arc highly pleased with it.
and it might be gratifying to some to
know that other counties in this sec-
of the State are following up the
of county, and arc sending
here to see how
This boosting page is to be run every county roads arc being construct-
the Reflector.
sooner Greenville gels lined up
the said another, soon-
we are going to have the metropolis
of Eastern Carolina right here on the
banks of the old Tar
The Bazaar held by Hie Pitt County
Federation of Women's dubs opened
today in the Overland show rooms on
Dickinson avenue and will last
through today and tomorrow.
The large room has been tastefully
decorated and the different booths are
things o beauty.
Among the exhibits to he seen arc
the delicatessen, country produce, art
exhibit fancy work, plain sewing,
nary department and the Training
school exhibit.
A separate booth has been retained
for the library committee, and they
are expecting to do some good work
during the two days of the Bazaar.
The ladles have prepared to serve
meals and many of the local town
people are taking advantage of the
opportunity to get a good dinner cheat.
and help the cause of the Women
clubs along.
one striking bulletin posted in the
room is an appeal for moonlight
schools in Pitt county, and when the
following figures are considered, one
must admit that there Is a need for
them.
Illiterates
Pitt county
North Carolina
Southern Slates . 7.7
It Is hoped by the ladies that they
will have as many town people
visit them a possibly can.
WRITES REFLECTOR I
HIGHLY LETTER
his light the preparedness pro-
ion and was
In his attitude
were absolutely false from beginning
to end. No such statement nor any-
thing remotely resembling it was ever
made by him In order to find pro-
text on which to tight him in his
it seems the Herald thought
it necessary to make such a statement
emanate from him and then send its
man down here to disprove it If
Bald the congressman,
Mr lewis stated that Mr
give to the press the country
an outline of position on Thursday
which would show his friends some
the facts Impelled him to dis-
agree with the President on this most
Important policy of bis administration
escapes
hind the hi use blazing Mr Evans
practically nothing from his
hi u
it . . id the lo .- us covered
with e by a man.
Yesterday morning between the
hours of eleven and o'clock Mr.
Louis H Johnson, who resides about
four miles from Greenville bad the
Misfortune to lose his dwelling house
with all of its . by Among
the articles that were burned the
were several pieces of
mahogany furniture
The the lire is known.
although H stated the probable
cause was from a defective chimney
Mr Johnson's total loss will exceed
with only insurance.
BUSINESS MEN ARE HELPING
PUT GREENVILLE IN THE L
300.000 Men For Advance Saturday as long as me merchants led.
From The hold up to the boosting idea, and then i
East All Seem To Be Con-
Serb Armies
Menaced.
the Reflector will continue to be
booster.
a NORFOLK won l is
SHOT
GREECE, VIA LONDON,
NOV. Alter heavy lighting With
the reinforced Bulgarian troops in
Southern Serbia the French were com-
to retire at two points in the
vicinity of twelve miles
north of the Greek border.
A Bulgarian attack along the Coma
river was repulsed, with heavy losses
to the attackers
The of the was waged
NORFOLK.
NORFOLK, NOV. When she
ii NEW screamed for help as three
burglars pillaged her brother's slur.-.
Main of This system Entirely
By Last
Men Out of Employment.
avenue, and rilled the
cash drawer. Hiss Sarah
was shot In the calf of her right leg
one of the robbers, who then, with
BERN, NOV. The Norfolk his companions, escaped.
main shop hero was do- About o'clock last night as
by early last night at an and her brother. S.
estimated loss of believed to were in the grocery stoic.
largely covered by Insurance. three men entered the place
Breaking In the wood-working one of them called for a package of
along the left haul, of the river Two department about nine o'clock with I , . relies. After he had been waited
or three Bulgarian divisions were en- night shift at work the flames the trio, according to
gaged and desperate attempt was with such rapidity that the do j lingered Suddenly one of then
made to pierce the French center. The i reaching n pistol and common led
engagement was In progress with quickly, was unable to make any head
furious Intensity for thirty-six hours, way towards saving the The
after which the Bulgarian were flames, however. v. .-re kept from
en along this entire front to adjacent
union station among other In ,;
Compress Fire being endangered. Besides valuable
Nov The com machinery, s number of box cat i and
press here of Interstate Compress ,. locomotive were destroyed Tr
company and approximately r has not h-- i
bales of cotton stored In the A hundred or more are
were destroyed by lire today. The thrown out of employment as u
loss was estimated at The of the Are.
origin of the fire not been deter The same building burned down
about five years ago.
o what cash be had While
of the trio went through the
pocket.- of the man, the other
rifle drawer.
Stale Normal
There be a Gel-Together-Dinner
State Normal Alumnae during the
Ti Assembly In Haleigh on Fri-
ll, iv evening. November H, at p.
Ml who expect to attend are request-
ed to send their names to Miss Laura
Greenville. N. so that place
may he reserved for them.
Mr. Bagwell of Rapids,
V I'm Bus His nail
Will Republican Ticket III The
future.
Mr, w it Bagwell rites the Re-
a highly letter, and
declares that be will vote the
can ticket next year though he Is fifty
old and has voted the
Democratic ticket Mr Bagwell says
ho has denounced hi part because
Bryan has been He says
Wilson is getting nails driven in his
coffin.
It might be well lo say Mr.
Is a of Roanoke
Rapids, N. C,
is hoped Mr. Bagwell continues
residence or anywhere just
. i i said
in n here ho had been shown
his amusing letter,
He further the Demo-
party should be proud of its
riddance and the Republicans
ought to refit Mr. admit
tame II is t. be hoped Mr Hag
well will writ, Reflector another
litter so It give him a little more
publicity lie ought to be warned
there Is a man as this In
State. they'll shun him
then, for a I- Is not respected In
any
vi iv
With a modest beginning in 1810,
Atlantic Coast Realty company
made rapid progress in the last live
years, and its operations have exceed-
ed the fondest dreams of its
Given but a small amount of
capital tor a start, the company today
baa than paid m
The first sale of the Atlantic Coast
where and ibis company uses an
appears
as the home office. When people
speak of the Auction
no matter if it is ill Maryland or
or on the Great Lakes.
North Carolina Is the next thought.
The Atlantic Coast Realty company
i been one of The Reflector's heart-
Realty was hold at Bethel, Jest advertisers, Every member
and set the pace that the force will agree that
kept up mi l i- operations have n made Atlantic
tended from to la Realty company, together with
and far west us the Lakes the push and vim of every and
until this time the com my the company,
held land sales in fourteen different- II It were to decided, it could
States. be made out whether the At-
The of the company ire; Coast Realty company belongs
W. president; W. I. Ferrell, or that Greenville be-
I., v Ferrell. rice longs n Atlantic Realty
W Morion, secretary, It company
M. White, treasurer; L. I. Parker
treasure and II II Well a i
The company .,. rooms on
the third floor of the Nation r
a -v.- Greenville the
stamp cam of
one concern
And the question is I ho Atlantic
Realty company a one
could better enlighten himself on this
matter following in the wake of the
company. Publicity Why, the
P Cm t
W. v II infos
mis in h
Man Well known. Locally,
Law I lit
inc I uncial
WASHINGTON, NOV. Col. R.
W. Wharton, age , died at the home
his daughter, Mis. John II, Small.
Realty company given yesterday afternoon at o'clock.
Greenville more publicity than ever Tin- funeral services were held yes-
the Chamber of Commerce here afternoon from the
ed of. and more it is certain, than any an church, Rev. II. S.-aright
other business com in elating. Interment was in
fifty men everyone of
them big boosters scattering tons of The honorary pall hearers were
advertising over fourteen States M S. It. J. II S
home office, print-row. M. F T. J. Latham. Seth
ed on each of sufficient to
guarantee that this company is one of
the biggest boosters there Is.
R. H. Warren. The
active pall C. C. Williams,
T. H. Myers, Henry William
In all newspaper advertising every- T. Leach and B. G. Moss.





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mum. i. nu
THE CAROLINA HOME
FARM and EASTERN
REFLECTOR
i hi m h
sou PH i Kt
i- rig
Ml month
.
implication in
Building tier
and Third
Ml of thank
.- i will charged for l
., i
. , York paper
v time in
him . h J
. , ,. t
and
i to lag ant
i,., South la lipped the
s t
wan published In
Hi,. northern journal, to call
paper
arc would out i
have been howling lg
the South, to UM report of
Mr. lion Martin, political writer of the
York Herald, who ha been In
it
advertised
latex Kill ha charged for l three the South collecting data as to how the
per line, up to Una people of the district of North
matter regarded the proposed in-
N at ilia at I ,, . . .,.
m the and
North Carolina under act i . , . . ,,,
I Mr Martin writes back to hi paper
the South know
March
l. MM
in Greenville
Mobilize your shopping for
home trade.
B virtue of mortgage
executed on the 3rd Of August. 1913.
I limn
CO., and in L-10. at
the Register of shall
I the bidder for at
BOOB on the of
being the Monday of
., the Court house door in
the following
I ope wit
Being the vacant lot lying on the
Southwest side Si and
I-, ,,. bounding the of the
on the Kat the
storage warehouse of the
Co and with
feet hack to St and
St feet, being the property
conveyed by C Johnson and
in book J-9.
This day of November. 1916.
R. C. Causey,
Mortgagees
J Marshall
Assign
Attorney
the people in
more the affairs, govern-
an regard the army and navy
than the people of the north
I where poi of them are
Ignorant of the facts It has been reported that I am out
I Thai information ought, surely, to I of the marble I wish to car-
the matter with Josef put the quietus on the talk of the
; Northern journals who imagine that
for a dot;
Wt Insist France her note
id before are cash em
Range by rare.- th, Serbian tell
hack A plain case of Honing the
I and then losing
Suggestion to Start
up the ancient about your
shopping
WANTS
BY MAN
in cue year's ex-
Apply office
ii
BALE CHEAP A
W J Rhodes Jr. Wash
N. C.
-SIX ROOM HOUSE OX
Yellow Hill, in Greenville
Mrs M A. White. N. C.
FOR
rubber tire, good as new V. M.
LADY
boarder. 448-J.
WE
Fire Boards. Stove of all
Repairing neatly done on short n.
tic We a position to
prices that are the lowest to b
had on any thing Id this line
Hicks -2-
A certain little event is being pulled
it Columbia alias today
probably makes the mouths of
many Tar Heel
is ii that Mexico decided to set-
down for a term or is it
that the opponents are merely taking a
Sam's hack talk to Austria in
card to the the liner An
emit , have little
to he guided b the
that
heal U
ii in in
ill right
in the
family
hut the
point
will
any use in the
same, and can be found at the
same old stand where I have been for
twenty years Any orders left with
the South is a hot bed of Illiteracy and m attention, and
disorder courtesy J. C. LANIER.
The fact the Southern people
are so well versed In matters of such NOTICE WAR-
nation wide scope may have been OF
brought about by the fact that the moat North Carolina. fount
. In the Superior Court
J. K. Cannon. J. C. Jones and J U ;
trading as K Cannon
Company
vs.
T. E. Cannon
The defendant T. K. Cannon in the
above entitled action, will take notice
that on the day of November. 1915. j
a summons In above entitled action
I was issue against the defendant T. E.
Cannon, by D. Cox. clerk of the Sup-
Court of County. North Car-
the plaintiff J E. Cannon Com-
claiming the sum of due
for sold and delivered, money
advanced or payments made to and for
the defendant above named, which
summons is returnable to the next ,
in of the Superior court for Pitt
county to be held In Greenville. North
Beginning January 1916.
The defendant. T K Cannon will also
lake notice that a warrant attach-
Issued by the Clerk of the
Superior of County on the
4th or November. against
certain lands, to wit
Situated in Swift Creek and
Township, one tract containing
acres and known as lots and
ROOM POI FOP
gentleman Phone
Southern families have not had
r blond mingled with that foreign-
who know nothing about the laws
and general conditions of the felted
Slates of ii.,
South be regarded
a Just as enlightened and intelligent
as the North True we have our
literate blacks and some few whites.
but ml work is being done in each
State to eliminate as much Illiteracy
In the South a possible am we would
wager that for every illiterate or
Mark in the South there is In the
i dozen or illiterate for-
ho can not even speak six
words in the language And
. Of the States.
. , the
. Ill -hen; ,
Tile . an not throw the matter
lynching in the South in the face
the Southern people and if n doe, we
i an retort fouler crime than
lynching arc committed in the North
every day in the name
Hi.- Wilmington Star the The tendency on the part of the
per iii is people to towards bet-
Eye Troubles
Can be quickly
by the of the
proper lenses. We know
the optical business and
can furnish any your
eyes may need.
No Charge for
W. I. BEST
Optometrists
PACE TWO
Better Service to Our
Depositor
This has to give you good Barrio
has safeguarded has luted the
by the you It delivered
. Mb ordered paid by the checks you have issued wen furnished
yon the cheek blanks It has returned checks at
r Ii hat kept a record of yoW accurate a
proved
Now we give an ext I a tangible
Instead leaving your pass-book receipt de-
to be balanced, and ailing for It later, you And your state-
a count with checks ready tor you at the first
of the month ft u can have them any day In the month that
you wish. moment's notice. The statement i printed, neat,
accurate- made by machine.
THE NATIONAL BANK
of Greenville
To The Farmers of This Section--
We have ample to assist
you to
HOLD OUR COTTON
if wish to, and will be glad to have
you call on us when we can
be service
Greenville Banking and Trust
Company
I . AN II.
Ii. B.
J. II.
. S. t It It.
Mrs
can truthfully say
man l and
, whet i
to j
last i
mi
haul
Listen to howl from Sea
Congress an-
. I I Of
about n
II Ill . I
i.- not new. hit 1- a old as
hi , . i, low
tin .; a
. ill II III
; in d
.,,; i official
to am b feel-
existing between In com-
and living under the same flag,
It i nevertheless true that North j
prefer to regard the South an
the I States. It
Iii time. I- convinced other-
present to
mil- I
to the of
Life dot
t he Samuel Wilson land; one tract I Cathartic Tablets are the bet I
I acres, lying and be- L r are , ac,. ,
situated on the Gum .
one tract containing acre like I sad been made or
is the A K. and B, i land; keep stomach or active
also one fourth inter, st in one certain bowels regular. banish eon
containing acres and tow sick
as the land, all
and being in County.
North the lands
the lands of the defendant T. E. Car. . . .,.,
mm. which warrant is returnable to
the next term of the Superior
Of Pill County, on the seventh Monday j is to inform the public that
before the first Monday in March, It jam now running the tin shop
being the 17th day of ll. run ,,, and
when and where the T. K. . . , ,
Cannon I required to appear and an-
to the complaint, or. i urn prepared to ail kinds of rout-
relief demanded will be granted inn and cornice work and
This the 10th day of November. 1815. . , repairing of all.
f D COX I
. , ,. tn line. I have some
Clerk Superior Court. I'm
for sale, goo . as new. Stove
lire hoards, etc Stoves and
or Broom irK. pm
BAST OF ask the public
Car Load of
Horses Mules
Just Arrived
i i them over.
ADRIAN SAVAGE
mm saw a Ii i i all i
land will do all I can to please.
II 18-81 I. II
One good about Hon.
i i , is lie is so
led lo the making state
our friend Bryan.
ate are to read
through his
The fact th Washington police
arrested a man in the
automobile without
., warrant, is in our opinion, a grave
to cause their dismiss-
from the for
car too on their an
when the fact of the matter is
i ii ii.-, very little
mi, and when has
tide h depart forever and anon
Ufa.
M lb II may be
Slate of North Carolina
Township
rut Count;
North County
In Superior Co t
l V. Cannon
T B. Cannon
The defendant T. E. Cannon in the
above entitled action, will take notice
that on the 3rd day of November,
w. read of the speech a summons in th above entitled action y T
,, ., , ,, , , a-as issued against the defendant T. K. I
Mr In the Com , j ,,. of the Sup-j
an he de that the Hard , court Co North Car- Eugen Cannon and
should be toned regardless the plaintiffs claiming the aim The defendants above
of due for goods sold
admitted that delivered, money advanced or
. made lo and for Hie.
certain military positions must be named. which against said defendants on the
regardless of the loss of life, we la returnable to the next day of November. by it K Tyson
are war strategist enough to see term of the Superior court for a Justice of the peace of county
the value of forcing the Dardanelles county lo be held in Greenville. North for sum of 1176.5
Carolina, beginning January
take notice that
above entitled
i will
a in
lion was issue,
FOR SALE
One of the best in Martin county. Km-
to One and
Address
FARM
Williamston. N. C.
, 1316 The defendant. T E. Cannon. Plaintiff by open account
will also take notice a warrant of, which is returnable
will be fell all over the
m the death of Hooker
. The i race has
undoubtedly Its greatest
benefactors in Ins death, and has a
right to mourn his loss. It is only to
be hoped that there some one else
who can take his place and continue
the work he has started towards bet- j
the conditions existing among
the rat
not hot hep
illiteracy
Many police the
several thousand
troops have been In attachment was issued the clerk of said Justice his office at
lands vain attempt lo force this post- the Superior court of Pitt county on y,
and indications are that still the 3rd November. against
.,, certain lands to wit
In Swift Creek and Con-
townships, one tract contain-
on the 2nd day of
when and where said
ants are required to appear and an
more be lost if another
tempt is made at forcing It.
Forcing of the Dardanelles would. and known as lots h demanded will be granted.
. true, give England a great and of the Samuel Wilson one November. 11.15
age Mottled up wheat would containing 1-4 acres lying and I
k . , . . being on the bum Swamp Bf. TYSON,
then an is the one acres ; 8-ltd Justice of the Pea
taking worth if II must be carried out ,,, a the A. , a, ,
with the wanton slaughter of one fourth Interest in one ire
s. . . certain containing M acres and i
Those are we tin Mo-may. h day or
nu, . h are, w. . , front of
,. v. North U. T door. s for the Board of
country should not be forced r the defendant, T. E. I
., when the returns are so which Is returnable COM I till offer to
Probably if I such the next tern, of the Superior conn the highest bidder for rent during the
the seventh Monday mu the belonging to Pitt
on the north side of Tar
l. , of county, on the seventh Monday l
men as Churchill were a. , March, It he-j,, ,
there would be talk of what to do . ,,.,. January. 1916.;
Anyway. b. . good plan for defendant T. E. touch -he farm of . T. Man
to let a few of the hot-headed Cannon l required to appear and and others. A bond be
we remember
lain New York journal that
ones hear the sing r
declared that the Southerners were a he ,
That they were i,, the of
and Ignorant Never Industrious what they should do.
California Fruit
STORE
Where you
they are fresh
Specialties in Florida
or demur to the complaint, or the
relief demanded will he grained
This the 10th of November, 1915
J COX.
Clerk Superior Court. Pit I County.
to guarantee payment of the rent.
This the day of November.
S. Attorney.
Karl y Vegetables
Beans, Cucumbers, Celery, Grape
Fruit
A SPECIALTY
Service Our
PHONE
-I-
PERSONALS
HUM mill
J K Mitchell Raleigh. T. IV A
Norfolk Southern railroad
here.
W. W. of K-
is here court.
Miss Li A Ibis morning
la visit in New
Rev. John K Matthew- Ibis
morning from
Mr. K. 1-. of came.
in this morning to attend court.
Mr. John T. Thorne
hue attending
Miss May Patterson, of New
ha been visiting Miss Mary
l. Smith left on the night train for a
visit to Washington City and New
York.
Mi.-s Mary Smith left on the
train for a visit to City
and New York
Mr and Mrs. C. Thomas left on
the night train for Mount In
response to a message stating that
Mrs mother of Mrs. Thomas
was burned to death in that city last
night
Miss V C. Morris, of Richmond, has
accepted a position with the Green-
ville Tailoring Co
Mr. Edward this after-
noon for New Bern where he has
three engagement at the Athens
The infant child of Mr and Mrs.
Wilson is quite sick with
the home of its parents
Mr H. Kinney went to Kinston
this afternoon for a short business
trip
lit
the Superior
North Carolina, County.
R Spier
T. K.
The defendant T E. Cannon, in the
above entitled action will take notice
the 4th of 1816,
I summons in said action was issued
against the defendant, T. K Cannon
b clerk of the Superior
court of county. North Carolina.
the claiming the sum of
due for loaned tin-
fondant above named, which
i- i lie next the
Superior county to be
held in North Carolina, be-
ginning January 1918. The de-
will also take notice that a
warrant was issued b
the clerk of the Superior court
yon the 4th day of November
certain lands, to wit.
in Swift Creek and Con
Townships, one tract contain-
acres and known as
and ti of the Samuel Wilson
tract containing 1-4 acres lying and
being on the Swamp
road; one tract acres
known as the A f and K M
land; also fourth interest in one
certain tract containing acres and
known as the Battle land,
all lying and being situated in
North Carolina . the said lands
being the lands of defendant. T E.
Cannon which warrant is returnable
to the next term of the Superior court
Of county, on the seventh Monday
before the first Monday in March, it
being the 17th day of January.
when and where the defendant, T. E.
Cannon, is required to appear and
answer or demur to the complaint or
the relief demanded will be granted.
This the day November. 1915.
J. D. COX.
Clerk Superior Court
r, SON.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Land For Salt
virtue of the Deed of Trust
on the 9th day of June, 1914,
registered In Book A page Pitt
County Registry, by C. C. Vines and
wife, the conditions of the same
been compiled with, and
requested by the holders of the bond
therein secured to foreclose the same.
I shall sell to the highest bidder on
Monday, the 13th day of December.
for cash the following described
property, to wit
That tract of land in Falkland town
ship, situated on the waters of th
Branch, containing II acres
more or loss, adjoining the land of
J. O Cobb, Benjamin M. Woolen, and
other, being the Identical of
land conveyed to J. A. Andrew by
II. Vines by deed recorded in
Hook W-5. page and conveyed tn
C Vines by J A. Andrew. Hook
11-10. page County Registry.
Also four building lot In town
Of purchased of
Bros., and described a being In block
S. and being number I, and
fur description of which see
of Continuous
Man U More Than
One Hundred Thousand Dollars.
wash. ii an
geant Major Dearer, I
States Marine corps, wealthiest
ed man in the united services, was
retired here last week after thirty
years continuous service with Uncle
so-a soldiers, possessing real es
sate, bonds, mortgages, and
personal properly valued at more than
one hundred dollars
Heaver had no capital when he en
tend the Marine Corps in and
has been dependent entirely on bis pay
as an enlisted man. and his own
forts in the accumulation of wealth.
He will continue to draw from the
government about a month retired
pay for so long as be may live
By strict economy Heaver managed
to save several thousand dollars in the
first fourteen years with the Marines,
and when he was transferred to Seat
tie in ISM. predicted that this city
would one day be the metropolis of the
great He wisely invested
his savings in Seattle realty when
values were low He sold hi hold-
several times and reinvested op-
until bis wealth passed the
six figure mark.
The wealthiest enlisted man resides
with wife young son in their
beautiful home at South
street, overlooking the waters of Puget
Sound
STRAY COW TAKEN HAVE
taken up one black cow. brow
streak down her back, white poi
near bag. mark and
low-fork in each ear. Owner can
get same by proving property
paying all costs. Rink Carney. W
II. Harrington's farm, on River road
one mile west of
I HAVE TAKEN LT THREE
two spotted, one black, mark, split
in built ears, owner can get same
by paying cost. J F. May. Known
as Me. G Arnold farm
Sale of
The undersigned executor will sell
for cash in Carolina township on
MD,
Sale about ten o'clock a. m
at the residence of the
all the personal property
belonging to said estate consisting of
household and kitchen furniture,
horses, mules, hogs, cattle, farming
carts, corn,
hay and one share bank
In the Hank of
And also said day will oiler lot
rental the farm Of the late Mahala
in Carolina township, being
a lour horse and also her house
and lot in the town of
C,
November 12th, 1816,
e. t; Attorneys.
ii-i;
I WHIM
KAT
North Carolina. Pitt County
III the Superior I
J K Cannon. J C Jones and J 1-
M, home as K Cannon
VB
I Cannon
The T. E Cannon, in the
above entitled action, will take notice
that on the 4th day of November. 1910,
a summons in said action Issued
again I T E Cannon, by
COX, Clerk of the Superior Court
County. North Carolina the
plaintiff's claiming the sum of 1271.21
due tor goods sold and delivered,
advanced or payments to and
the defendant above n. which
In returnable to the next
term the Superior court for Pitt
county lo be held in Greenville. North
Carolina, beginning January 17th. .
The defendant T E Cannon will also
take notice that a warrant of attach-
was issued by the clerk of the
Superior Court of Pitt county on the
4th day of November. 1915. against the
personal property and certain lands,
to wit
Situated in Swift Creak and Content
Townships, one tract containing
acres and known as lots and
of the Samuel Wilson land; one
containing h a. res lying and
being situated on the Swamp
I Road, one tract acres
known as the A. K. and F M Pittman
land, also one fourth interest in one
certain tract containing acres and
known as the Bettie land, all
lying and being situated in Pitt Cum
North Carolina, also against the
personal properly of the said defend
T K Cannon, the said lands being
I the lands of the defendant T. E Can-
, non, which warrant is returnable lo
the next term of the Superior court
I of Pitt county, on he Monday
j before the first Monday in March, it
; being the 17th day of January,
when and where the defendant is re-
quired to and answer or demur
lo the complaint, or the relief demand
ed will be
This the day of November.
COX.
Clerk Superior Court. Pitt County
SIMMONS
t ATTACH
North Carolina. Pitt County
In the Superior
I C. Cannon. C. V. Cannon, A II.
Cannon and J H. Coward trading as
R C Cannon and Sons
vs.
I K Cannon
The defendant T. E. Cannon lo the
entitled action, will take notice
that the 3rd day of November. 1915,
a summons In the above entitled action
issued against the defendant T.
Cannon by J Cox. clerk of the Sup
Court of Pitt County. North Car-
the plaintiffs claiming the sum
of due for goods sold
delivered, money advanced or
payments made to and the
defendant above named which
summons is returnable to the next
term of the Superior court for
county to lie held in Greenville, North
Carolina, January 17th,
l The defendant. T E Cannon,
will also lake notice a warrant
attachment was issued by the clerk of
the Superior court Put on
the of November. 1916,
i to wit;
in Swill Creek ion
townships, one tract contain-
acres and known as lots
and ti of the Samuel Wilson land; one
, i ; re
being situated , Swamp
toad; one tract , a, res
known as the a K and P M
land, one Hearth m one
certain tract act.
Bettie laid, all
lying and being situated in Pitt
North Carolina; the said land at
the lands ti,, defendant, T K
which warrant is returnable
to the next term of the
on seventh Monday
before Ural in March, it at
the 17th day
hen and where the T E
Cannon ii to appear and ant-
tut demur to the or the
i, demanded will be granted
tins tie lath November,
J cox
Clerk Superior Pitt County
I M AMI
ATTACH Ml VI
Pitt County
In the Superior Court
Mattie L.
vs.
T. K Cannon
The defendant T. B. Cannon in the
above entitled action, will take notice
that on the 4th day November 1916.
a summons in the above entitled action
was issued against the defendant T t
Cannon, by J. Cox. clerk of the Sup-
Court of Pitt County. North Car-
the plaintiffs claiming the sum
of due for goods sold
and delivered, money advanced or
payments made to and for the
defendant above named
Will,
Of 1494
and delivered money advanced or
payments made t,
defendant above i
court for Pitt
North
i beginning
Tin defendant, I Cannon,
will also notice warrant of
was issued I., clerk of
court of Pitt county
the 4th day ,. 1915, ,,,
, lands, tn
Situated in Swill Creak and Can-
townships, one tract contain
and known as lots
and ii,, Samuel land
containing i acres lying
being situated on Swamp
one t ,
known as the A K and E M
land; also one fourth interest in one
certain tract containing H acres and
known as the Bettie land, all
lying and being situated in Put
North Carolina; the said lands he
in the lauds of the defendant, T K
Cannon, which warrant is returnable
to the next term of the Superior i
of Pitt on the seventh Monday
before the first Monday in March it be-
the 17th day of January, 1916.
hen and where the defendant T E
Cannon is required to appear and ans
or demur to the complaint or the
relief demanded will be granted
This the 10th day of November, 1915.
Clerk Superior Court. County
ville in and in
i, the
when and where the
are an
in the or th.
demanded will be
Tin.- v
B r TYSON
II t ltd Justice the
summon is returnable lo next
term of the Superior court for Pitt
to be held in Greenville. North
Carolina, beginning January 17th.
The defendant. T E. Cannon,
will also lake notice that a warrant of
attachment was issued by the clerk of
the Superior court of Pitt county on
the 4th day of November. 1915. against
certain lands, to
in Swift Creek and Con-
townships, one tract contain-
acres and known as lots
and E the Samuel Wilson bind; one
tract containing 1-4 acres lying and
being on the Swamp
road, one tract containing acres
known as the A. P. and E M. Pittman
land; also one fourth interest in one
certain tract containing acres and
known as the Bettie land all
lying and being situated in Pitt
North Carolina; the said lands be-
the lands of the defendant. T E.
Cannon, which warrant is returnable
to the next term of the Superior court
of Pitt county, on the seventh Monday
the Monday in March, it be-
the 17th day January, 1916.
when and where the defendant T E.
Cannon is required to appear and ans-
or demur to the complaint, or the
relief demanded will be granted
This the day of November,
i n cox
Clerk Superior Court.
I OF SIMMONS AMI
North Carolina. Pitt County
in Superior Court
R C. Cannon, C V Cannon. A It
and J II Coward as
It C Cannon mid Sons
t k Cannon
The defendant T. E Cannon in the
entitled action, will lake notice
on the 4th of November. ISIS.
summons In the entitled action
issued against the T. E
Cannon, by J Cox i of Sup
court of Pitt County. North Car
or
North Carolina, Pitt County
In The Superior Court
J W. Bailey.
vs
Hebrew Jones, et
The defendants. Hebrew Jones and
Joshua Jones above named in the en-
titled foregoing proceeding, will here
by take notice that a special proceed-
has been begun in the Superior
court entitled as above by the
for permission and authority
to sell land belonging lo the I
intestates to create asset to pay the
debts owing and due by said Estate
and said defendants will further
notice that are required to up
on, or before the 4th day of lie
camber, and answer or demur to
the petition bled in the office of the
Clerk of Superior court, or the relief
demanded therein will be granted
This the 4th November. ISIS
J COX.
of Superior Court
S EVERETT. Attorney
State of North Caroling
M T,
vs
Eugene Cannon and
Abram
The defendant above named will
take notice that a summons in the
above entitle, a. Con Issued
against said OB the 2nd
day of November. by B. f Tyson
a Justice of the peace of county.
North Carolina, for the sum of
due said plaintiff open account,
which summons is
the said Justice at bis office at
Notice las Safe
i i tea of the
the Court e Put County
signed on .
in a certain special proceedings
I., th Matter of I U
7-
s f
i. i ii, and T tot
minors
. the
, ember i ill o'clock
l Mouse door in
o. sale for
i -to . . mg d I race of
laud
Being aim lying in
. Black k at
non axle slake marked by three point
one pine and three gum tree,
thence with A Ii line about
yards to his corner in R M
line a pine slump near a path.
with William's Una and
ii. E. line marked by
pointers, thence a westerly course
with J. A Hudson one about
yards to iron near
line tree, thence a direct line to
beginning stake in A. B. line,
containing more or less, and
j being a part of the land deed to Marl a
; Hudson bf J A. Hudson and A H
j Hudson and others, ard being the same
I land h was to Luis Ty
by H Jolly and which
deed s recorded Hook W T. Page
the pin County
This, the 3rd day of November.
C ti TYSON. Commissioner
s Attorney
a-a t
Sale of Personal Property
December 1st.
at k a m at home of
late Robert Allen, deceased, the
undersigned Administrator will sell
to the bidder for cash, the fol-
lowing described personal
i All the household and kitchen
of the late Robert Allen,
; of beds, fables chairs, range and
Other household
Also all Of the fanning utensils of
the late Robert Allen of
harrows, i mow
machine, stalk wagons,
harness, sawed lumber shingle, to-
bat CO stocks and other farming
about thirty or forty barrels of
of sale
Tins November
M n and ALLEN,
Administrators Robert Allen
man
By of a power of sale contain
oil in a certain mortgage deed
en and delivered to the
mortgagees by S. V.
on the 10th day of February,
r corded In hook E-10, page to
cure certain indebtedness mentioned
therein, and default having been made
the same, we will offer at public
sale to the highest bidder for cash
the court house door in the town of
Greenville at o'clock M., on
1915, the following described tract
parcel of land lying and being
the town of Pitt County ad-
joining the lands of Whitney
David and others, and be
part of a tract of land conveyed
lo Arnold by C M. A. Griffin
being that part of said land upon
which the dwelling house of
now stands, containing 3-4
acres more or
This November 1916.
Said salt made to satisfy mart
gate
NANCY ft. MANNING
MARTHA
Mortgagees
W E Attorney. ltd It
u are
Yo
taking
your time
About Purchasing that Buggy or Surry, but we cannot blame YOU for going so slow in the matter.
It is your privilege to make comparisons, get prices and take the best is offered for the least
money.
ALL WE ASK IS THAT YOU CONSIDER US IN THE TRANSACTION
We have every of Vehicle this We make even ,. aim
we guarantee one of them for months-. If we do mil yon will
money.
do not want your unless pun worth of it.
us a show
FLANAGAN BUGGY CO.
JUST RECEIVED
CAR LOAD OF SASH AND DOORS
Hay Baler. Stalk Pants, Nail,
Cement and Planet
Sated.
Kern
A suffragette, becoming peeved at
lint shot poured Into
by the Greenville
the editor that will never marry
Another malt has barn saved from
by said
near avenue,
ed, in the bent residential section
of the town.
This the day November.
S. J.
ltd
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WE WISH TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE
Grand AUCTION SALE
THAT WILL TAKE PLACE
Wednesday, November
at 10.30 a. m.
WE HAVE SUBDIVIDED INTO
Ideal Small Farms
THE HODGE AND REUBEN L LAND, NOW OWNED BY J. H. LOCATED AT BALLARDS CROSS
ROADS, ON THE OLD PLANK ROAD, MILES FROM GREENVILLE, MILES FROM FARMVILLE, MILES
FROM AYDEN AND MILES FROM ARTHUR
There Is No Better Farm Land to be Found In Pitt County
THIS LAND PRODUCES FINE CROPS OF COTTON, CORN, TOBACCO AND PEANUTS, AND IS CONVENIENT TO
GOOD SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES AND IS IN AN EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD.
Each tract will be sold to the Highest Bidder on easy Terms
You Cannot Go Wrong
BY ATTENDING THE S ALE AND BUYING ONE OR MORE OF T IDEAL SMALL FARMS
TO ALL WHO ATTEND THE SALE WE WILL SERVE
An Old Time Barbecue absolutely Free
MUSIC FURNISHED BY OUR ALL ST AR BRASS BAND. COME AND BRING YOUR FAMILY
WE WILL SELL RAIN OR SHINE
Remember The Time, Place and Date, Wednesday, November
10.30 a. m.
Atlantic C
Co
Home Office; Greenville, North Carolina
PRIMER AUCTION
I THE
OF
CAROLINA. IT HAS
A POPULATION OF FOUR
ONE HUNDRED
IND ONE. AND IS
ROUNDED THE BEST
FARM I NO COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES OF ALL
KINDS ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HAVE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAT OF
LABOR, CAPITAL AND
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE HUN-
THE BEST
PEOPLE IN THE EASTERN
PART OP NORTH CARO-
LINA AND THOSE
WHO WISH TO GET BET-
ACQUAINTED WITH
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
i BUSINESS WAY TO TAKE
A FEW SPACE AND
TELL THEM WHAT YOU
TO BRING TO THEIR
ATTENTION.
OUR ADVERTISING
ARE LOW AND CAN
BE BAD UPON
MM II HI
MARRIAGE HERE
LAST TUESDAY
Mr.
Hunter Fleming And
Miss Lillian Carr.
TO PAY FOR LIVES
LOST ON SHIP
Willing To Pay For
Lusitania Victims.
WEDDING AT MUST DISAVOW ACT
Decorations Were Simplicity
Rev. J. M. Daniel,
Bride's Pastor, Was
Shower of Gifts
For Southern Trip.
This afternoon at four-thirty o'clock
tho Manorial Methodist
a raiding a
when Miss Lillian Carr
wife of Mr. Hunter Fleming.
of Tho keynote in the
of the church was simplicity.
The rostrum and altar were covered It is stated that tho German
with white and the chancel rail was government stands ready to pay
twined with bambOO. A number each American who died on the
potted plants were used. Mrs. S. T.
White presided at the organ and play-
Will Give For One
Rich American -President
Not Willing To Accept
Any Amount Unless Ab
solute Disavowal Is Made.
WASHINGTON, NOV.
Count has
the United Status of its will-
to pay indemnity for the US
Americans who their lives when
the was by a German
submarine.
Although no amount has as yet been
d soft music as the guests assembled.
before the bridal party entered.
Miss Essie sang, Promise
and Mr. Charles James sang,
For The bridal party en-
to Wedding March
and March was played as
a recessional. Tho ribbon
were little Misses Sarah Anderson, of
Wilson, and Mary Sheppard Keel and
Masters William Anderson, of Wilson,
and Charles Carr, all cousins of the
bride. The little girls wore white
dresses and pink ribbons and the little
boys wore black suits. The grooms-
men wore dress suits and their button-
were white roses. Henry Tull, of
James entered
and came down opposite aisles They
followed by Misses
and Anna Pierce, of Warsaw,
who wore pink taffetas with silver
trimmings and black hats and
white roses. Next came. Tom
Harvey, of and Norman War-
and they were followed by Misses
Jamie Bryan and Mary who
wore yellow taffetas with silver lace
trimmings and black picture hate and
carried pink rotes. Next O. G.
and Oscar Greene, of
and followed by Misses Battle
great liner, or a total of It
is doubted If this offer will accept-
able to the United States.
Germany has not yet n any In-
to disavow the act of the
submarine commander who destroyed
the It has suggested, how-
ever, that tho question of disavowal be
submitted to arbitration. This pro-
President Wilson undoubtedly
will reject.
The oiler to financial
for tin- Americana killed on toe
according to the Daily News
correspondent's information, was made
to Secretary of State Lansing by Am-
when the German
diplomat called at the. State depart-
last week.
At the same lime he Is said to have
Informed Mr. that his govern-
did not think it should pressed
to for sinking a ship
transporting munitions of war along
with
The German government, according
to the ambassador, holds that while It
had a right to destroy tho Lusitania
It did not Intend injuring Americans
and to show Its regret for the loss of
so many American lives desires to
such reparation as Is possible
by the payment of an indemnity.
This offer to pay tho families of
EUGENE CANNON
IS BACK HOME
Been to Train Here
Asian Is
At The Home el His lather
According to a Received
From
ROADS ARE IN
FINE CONDITION
Local Men That
Beads Were a tern Age
i Are Hen in Much Better Shape
They Held I p Hell During
And storm Being Dragged.
Mr. H M. and Mr. It. L.
who have recently traveled over
the section of the
Mr. Camion, around whom
tery has centered, is bark home
Such became known here today
several Ayden people testified to
it Mm alight from the train
bare last be notice of his
BRITAIN TO
FIGHT UNTIL E
OP THIS
coming was published
this paper In a letter from Mr Can-
non, mailed In Richmond.
Today telephone communication
from Ayden Cannon had
returned and be was now at the
home of his father about live
miles from Greenville where Mr- Can
non had moved after his mysterious
disappearance.
The cause of Cannon's recent ac-
were fully explained In letter
yesterday.
Mrs. Edward of Dunn, who
ins been visiting Miss Lillian
ll ft today for
audition U
., with what it was la.-t year this
tin e
i.,,, say that a year
. n Is were almost Impassable,
but now that they have a resemblance
u and are i on be-
put Into better
reports received upon the i on-
the roads after the re
it heavy ind lorn late that
. have held up unusually well
and that in very Instances have
been discovered winch were
;.;. I let dragging the roads after
been with much
favor by the road force, and in doing
his. it is said that they are keeping
the roads in the be I
Bible
So The Earl
Derby In Speech.
General Munro
General Munro has been sent to the
Dardanelles to the place of
General Ian Hamilton by the British.
The virtual failure of the Dardanelles
operations under General Hamilton
made this change necessary
TO HOLD
COm HEBE IN JANUARY.
Beginning on January seventeenth.
Judge Of this place, will hold
court here for two weeks. This was
made possible through an exchange
of courts between him and Judge
Mrs. John Whitfield Jump
ed In Well.
RED CROSS SEALS
PEOPLE ARE ANXIOUS
Would Not Have Country
Relax At This Time But
Are Ac Enthusiastic As
They Were Last August
Will Be Great Achieve
merit.
NEWSPAPER RES HAW
GOOD HI
LONDON, NOV. country
is sound and it is determined
this war through to the said
the Karl Of Derby in talking In the
American correspondents today re-
the British recruiting cam-
of which be la In charge. Tin
arc as determined to carry
the war through as were
August of year and we will win
That much. Lord Derby said, he
was willing to affirm as the result
of his canvass of the country. More
definite Information he was obliged
lo withhold until the formal an-
of the results of the
canvass on December n He de-
to answer questions whether
responses had exceeded his
or to Indicate whether
number of recruits meets require-
BODY FOUND LATER
Lived Near Robersonville
No Cause Has Been As-
signed Leaves
Family.
Button, of Grange, and Car- those Americans who perished on the
rte Lee Beasley. of an I
of the groom, who white taffetas out
with sliver trimmings black
picture hats and carried yellow roses.
Next came the flower maids, Misses
White and Mary Fleming, of
a sister of the groom, wearing
white net dresses with pink ribbons
and pink shepherdess hats and car-
baskets of pink roses Mrs
W. of Plymouth, as
dame of honor, then entered. She
wore her wedding gown of Duchess
and carried yellow roses. Then
came the maids of honor. Misses Mild-
red Carr, a the bride, and
Fleming, of a sister they
of the groom.
over taffeta and black picture. they
on ago Three i
News was received here this morn
of the suicide yesterday of Mrs
John near by
Jumping Into a well. The body was
found two hour later.
Sunday night Mrs. Whitfield attend
reservation and without regard to Ml church and seemed to In tho best
of Involved of spirits, yesterday morning she
COoked breakfast for tho family and
tho
in the controversy.
An effort war by a German later got tho four children off to
emissary recently to get a father and
mother who lost a son on the
to sign a statement that they believed
Great Britain equally liable With tier-
many for the payment of damages. The
argument presented by this agent was
that England incurred tho liability
When It allowed war munitions to be
carried In a passenger ship.
The plan failed when the curt-
spumed the suggestion, although
are said to have been promised i
amount
wore blue Immediate payment of any
would stipulate German em-
I officials deny this agent
the Berlin government.
BOOSTER PAGE
HIT SATURDAY
The put out
day by this paper made a hit with
many of tho local business men. The
page will be run again this coming
Saturday and house de-
siring an advertisement on this page
for Saturday should let the know
it not later than tomorrow night.
STRAY COW TAKEN UP HAVE
taken up one black cow. brown
down her back, while spot
near bag. mark and
low fork In each ear. Owner can
get same by proving properly and
paving all costs. Carney. W
Harrington's farm, on road
one west of Greenville
She then completed her domestic work
and disappeared.
Search for her for two hours re ill
ed in the finding Of her body, head
down, In a well at a tenant
tho place. It is presumed that she
Jumped head foremost Into the well
as there was no Indication of foul play
of any kind.
Mr, Whitfield was thirty-live years
old and a daughter of Mrs. J. P.
Of near She
a husband and four small
rind Century Hub
The End Century Club will meat to-
morrow afternoon at three o'clock
with Mrs. J I. All members
are to he present.
Civil War Brought Forth
The Idea.
RAISED
That Much In The Last Six
Years In United States
Expect More
This Year.
Nearly has been raised
by Red Cross Christmas Seals In tho
last six years, and yet many people
who will buy holiday
at this seventh annual do not
know how the charity stamp Idea or-
It was war that brought forth the
charity stamp the Civil War of
to Some of your grandmothers
played with
to Red Cross Seals
In when they conceived
the Idea Of selling stamps at fairs for
the benefit Of the relief funds for the
hospitals in Brooklyn, Boa-
n and elsewhere. Nearly f
illy the En
NOV. to
Mrs. c. w. of news-
paper men make the best husbands.
Mrs. says It Is no trouble to
secure the services of her husband to
help wash dishes or do other domestic
work. She advises all minds who arc
aspirants to the matrimonial honors to
single out some newspaper man who
is pulling down a fat salary and Derby said it would be a
in for dear life until induces achievement if the nation ear-
to take up her proposition. the war to a successful end
Mrs. Is the wife of the city I out compulsion. He the
editor of the Free Press, failure of many to
is also well known In North Carolina forward largely to the fact that the
journalism, and who Is the official I necessity bad been
North Carolina photographer and
respondent for the metropolitan II. PARTY OS
ROBES and CARNATIONS
week Phone Mrs.
THIS
raised In this way before 1806,
After the war this method of raising
money was discontinued in this
country for a generation, although It
found vogue in Portugal, Switzer-
land, Austria. France, Spain, Den.
mark, Norway, Russia, Sweden and
other European countries There are
now several thousands or different
t. lies of charity stamps used In all
parts the world, as many as forty
being used In Austria for children's
hospitals alone.
I opened a repair shop for
snow cases, windshields, and windows,
next to stables on Fourth
street. All work guaranteed and
en prompt attention. Terms strictly
rush.
J. F PERKINS,
RAILROAD
MONDAY
On Monday evening, the bridal
met at the home of the bride before
WASHINGTON . NOV.
hundred and thirteen railroaders. In-
brakemen, conductors,
MARINE CORPS going to the church for rehearsal, and
given a by a local band.
After the rehearsal, Mrs. Gay-
lard entertained the bridal party at
the home of her mother, Mrs. R. w
King. Tom and Miss Annie
rs, Bremen and switchmen, have en-1 King served punch In the ball Cut-
ting the . like .
merriment Ml Anna Pierce cut the
ring. Tom i thimble and
v i; i,. On e the din Ice
cream and were served and
was enjoyed until a late hour.
listed In the States Marine
Corps during the fiscal years of 1913,
1911 and 1916, according to the
statement of recruiting Just made
public.
ARE HELPING TO
PUT GREENVILLE IN THE LEAD
Ml till
r T. the guiding of it I to gt him tho
Warehouse Company, ha It i o,
in en in the tobacco number I In this, tho company has been sac
of years has made a wonderful as is proven by the number of
through his of grow.-.- have profited
company which takes m II la year by selling
farmer.
The Warehouse company
made up of the prominent
of this section Is not owned by
one individual. It has sold an
Immense amount of tobacco this year
and is continuing to have largo breaks
at which every farmer that sells with
them goes away highly pleased.
house.
This company has been a heavy
this year, and in tho opinion
the sales manager, warehouse can
not hop- to successful unless if
foes advertise Their advertisement
as been running steadily In this paper
since the opening of the market, and
the has expressed
the farmer in the pleased with the service rendered.


Title
Eastern reflector, 19 November 1915
Description
The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
November 19, 1915
Original Format
newspapers
Extent
Local Identifier
MICROFILM REELS GVER-9-11
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
Joyner NC Microforms
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