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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
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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.





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THE CAROLINA HOME
FARM and EASTERN
REFLECTOR
By
MU lac.
GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
MK. UPS M W KIM
Bl V THE BEAU
one year .
Six .
Mr women's clubs will again
km to Ms readers art . . mU Bad Cross Basis to rate
. y to help tubers
rates may be had upon
at the business oil
Tin; Reflector Building, comer .
and Third streets.
All cards of thanks resolutions
if respect will be charged tor at
advertised
dates will be charged three
cents per line, up to lines,
second class matter Au-
gust at the post office at
North Carolina, under act
of March I,
Fit I DAY. in.
Will Greece slid.-
Old Turkey becomes a martyr.
Rainy, snowy and muddy weather
will bring the road question to every
home.
As
Journal for the family, v.-
would hate to say what we think of the
Commoner.
Add wonderful and new
The subscriber who pays his
promptly.
There will lie no issue of The Re-
Thursday the
Thanksgiving
, of the
v. Poet and William
the Hearst pa
. Mr. Bryan two men
matted D
bin in no
II, also say.- that he is
; . as
of then
will do the same
friend Of Wilson.
W, r. ct for
Mr. Bl I greet man. but
w are bound to differ him,
We think that lie committed a rash
when be resigned from the Cabinet
at a time when the President needed
strong men. We hare Mill less re-
th raj he la acting towards
the
Mr. Bryan is the moat remarkable
man today so far a i future wisdom
goes. The things Mr
twenty years are Just being
put into practice today. If had
been taken hold of when his advocacy
was made, the country would have
been ruined.
What Mr. sees tit to advocate
today, we haven't the slightest doubt
but that it will be put Into practice
twenty or fifty years hence.
Mr. Bryan lives ahead of his time.
He should sleep for twenty years and
then awake, to find that what he
at that time will be correct and
proper.
Mr. Cherubim will have lit-
influence ever the party, but they
are helping to save the country from
grasping what Mr. advocates
today. Twenty-five years from now
we expect to see a world united and
Mr. Bryan's present policy coming into
its own.
worth and one that
should rally to the sup-
port of.
Every person, BO matter how poor.
a little something to the
of seals, and he will
have cf knowing
much toward help-
to ward off the dreaded of
all
The local are to be
that they taken this
U helping their
fortunate and who are
ring the ravages of
Just a few cents -you v ill never
miss it but the large number cf
that contribute, each of them a
cents, bring the total up high and
where it is effective in a large
WANTS
the way Kitchin refers to the
Seven Seas Magazine one would think
that journal was his guardian.
It now seems as if K. of K. will have
lit tie effect upon the attitude which
Greece will assume In the future.
War may be what Sherman said
but we observe that several Lon-
don bachelors prefer war in
The kiss m
i with onions
always reminds one of the lips
Mi with stung.
if the map is so called because
i is such a snap for the coal man, will
the Columbia State Inform an anxious
world of whom the warm spell was
named
black ticks body, ears
black around eyes with red on aide
of head. Liberal reward if return
ad to W. T. Lipscomb, Jr.
Call Grocery, Phone tor
cranberries, celery, and
varieties.
Buy your cake for Thanksgiving
dinner from Grocery, Phone
IS,
The person who complains of his
own and general is usually
one who does not try to better his own
lot.
Claude Kitchin has now gotten in
line with Bryan and is proceeding to
issue statements in an attempt to
himself. In our opinion, it will
take more than a mere statement from
him to set himself right with his
and his colleagues in
Congress.
CALL PHONE M. A. PERKINS
Son, for Gardner's cakes at cents
per pound, fruit cake 1-2 cents.
Now really there would be no
for our mentioning it if the city an
would see that the lot north
of the post office receives what it is
thorough cleaning.
The Rocky Mount Telegram seems
to appreciate what have had to SB
relative to dumping raw
sewerage into Tar river. We know-
how it is, and want to see that
stopped, too.
Really, we must aide with a hyphen-
kt journal tor nine when it says that
Mr. Lansing should instruct all
cans the government will not be
responsible for accidents received on
belligerent ships
New Bern sun Bern, among
things, n going to celebrate
Thanksgiving Day with a horse race.
We shall expect to see Braxton,
and the others among
those present Are ye going to have
STOPPED IT LOOP
BOLE
Careful study of the statement which
Congressman Claude Kitchin has sent
out reveals one fact. That
Mr. Is right and ho knows
he is right because he says so.
Mr. introduces extracts
quoted from various naval officers a
year or two ago saying that the de-
use of the United States is adequate.
But, the point has been advanced that
has since that time visited three
fourths of the world and made what
was then thought to be adequate de
worthless.
Mr. Kitchin cites the fact K
land. With a navy twice as large as
has been unable to land
troops on German soil owing to the
fact that Germany has so well pro-
her shores with mines. Hoes
Mr. Kitchin that the coast line
of Germany which has to be defended
j. not to alongside the
. , n , that the United States
will have to protect Can't Mr.
in Germany's colonies
have taken away from her be-
cause of the hampered Gem an fleet
which could not get Into the open sea
in the face of the titanic English fleet
Mr. Kitchin blind to those facts
Would Mr, Kitchin have the United
States practically blockaded while we
tight and pray for one of our mines
send an invader's ship
We want a navy that can protect the
of the States and prevent
any foreign power from blockading
this country. One that can protect
our Island possessions from any
that might take I fancy to them.
No a navy that we must hide away In
some river and Ml the month of it with
mines to keep the enemy ships away
from it Mr Kitchin was careful not
t, allude to that in statement, we
notice.
Till
That the mother of the Chicago child
had rather have it die than to grow up
defective bot and physically
has given rise to another squall from
the late much talked of Miss Jane
Adams. It appears that Miss Adams
is some talker, and while she is per-
at liberty to blow her head off
with gab, we can't help from being
glad that she. by not marrying, has
saved one male from a gruesome fate.
CARNATIONS FOR THANKSGIVING.
Miss Warren. Phone 250-J.
11-tS-Std.
STRAY TAKEN HAVE TAKEN
up one deep red cow, swallow back
and In right ear, smooth
crap in left ear. Finder can get
same by proving property and pay-
charges. Charlie Taylor.
. . ,
STRAY COW TAKEN HAVE
taken up a Jersey cow, mark, crap
and a silt In the right ear. She has
been with my cows for about
three months. Owner can get game
by proving property and paying all
costs. Mrs. Julia F. Crawford. R-
F. D. No. Greenville, N. C.
DON'T BE MADE A CAT'S PAW OF
In buying Furniture. Don't
anything that Is offered
to you. Inasmuch as you do
not buy Furniture every
or every month, it be-
hooves you to make the right
kind of a purchase when
do buy. Visit the store and
compare qualities and price.
Let ours bi among the
and we know that we will
ultimately make the sale.
Wise buyers cannot the
temptations we put before
them la Carpets and Furniture
FRIDAY, K
TAFT VANDYKE
FOR SURRY,
rubber tire, good as new. W. M.
Moore.
DESIRABLE LADY
boarder. Phone 448-J.
A State is getting in a pretty pickle
when it can not enforce its own laws.
Secretary of the State Board
Health intimated such at Rocky
Mount the other night when he said
that the State had been powerless to
prevent Louisburg from dumping sew-
Into Tar river.
WE ARE FOB
Fire Stove all
Repairing neatly done on short no
We are In a position to
prices that are the lowest to b
had on any thing in this line. T
Hicks.
If It Isn't the State Board of Health
that should see that Louisburg Is com-
to cease the of sew-
into Tar river, who Is it And
also, what Is the purpose of the State
Hoard of Health If It isn't to safeguard
the health of the State
It A S i l M HEELS
By HOWARD L
Copyright by Adams News-
paper Service
THE TROMBONE
Unless Carolina Is able to wallop the
Virginians those boys should be
ashamed to return to this State, but
should go somewhere else where It
doesn't take class and speed to he the
leader.
Have you thought over the
in yesterday's paper asking the
women's clubs and the different
orders of the city to get together
and plan a Community Christmas
Tree- If so, what do you think of it.
We arc sure that the suggestion
will meet with approval by every pub-
spirited nth-en of Greenville, and
we are also sure that It will be
Itself to put Into practice that
suggestion.
This Community Christmas Tree Is
something that the well to to W
their unfortunate brothers. It
something that Is due the little children
whose parents arc not able to provide
Santa Clans for them. It some-
thing which will have a tendency to
weld the community Closer together
with ties that can not be broken.
It II the case that rich and
The trombone is a loose-jointed
musical instrument with sliding gear
transmission which is played with
both lungs. is capable of some very
brilliant effects when operated by an
performer who is not
handicapped by familiarity with the
notes.
The best trombones arc those which
are made with sleeve-valve mechanism
and run in oil at the rate of eighteen
Jerks to the measure. They are play-
ed by Winding the lip firmly around the
mouthpiece, taking a deep breath and
blowing fiercely in the direction of a
helpless audience. This results in
the air with large, raucous chunks
melody winch occasionally break up
into small splinters before finding the
right key. It Is quite a trick to run a
pure and limpid scale on a slide
bone, as the notes have to located
with the right hand and the left ear,
which explains why It is that so
trombone players cock the head on one
side like n man with a stiff neck.
The trombone is used mainly to see
the band Is in tune with anything
outside of the bass drum. It is very
aggravating to people of a sensitive
ear to listen to a band in which all of
the Instruments are out of tune with
tho slide trombone to a depth of
lineal feet. is no way to
vent this, except by strangling the
trombone player or adjourning and
dying.
The Jump-spark trombone has a lit-
brother which Is played with one
hand and alarming symptoms of
pend apoplexy. When four or five of
these trombones are pointed at the
audience and blown Into with violent
abandon by men with non-collapsible
lungs, people In the front row
to take their grand opera at home, In
front of the docile
When the trombone Is brand new
It has a wide range and sing bass
as well as tenor. Whenever a new
trombone comes Into tho neighbor-
ROOM FOR REST FOB
desirable gentleman. Phone 448-J
Money to Loan
en
First Class
Low Interest Rule
Long Time
Easy Payments
Roy C. Flanagan
Office Over Greenville Blinking and
Trust Company
A Special Window for Ladies
At The-
National Bank
The National Bank has beta congratulated on baring
lag an office In which ladles can make deposits with-
out being Jostled.
Every lady should have a bank account. The system of pay-
all household expenses with checks, makes a record of every
transaction, that sometimes Is very valuable, and at the same time,
cultivates certain business qualifications are very practical
and useful.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to the Indies to use the
so conveniently arranged for them.
THE NATIONAL BANK
of Greenville
Condensed Statement of
THE GREENVILLE BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY
Greenville, N. C.
At the of Business November IBIS.
FREE
With each dozen
POST CARDS
we give
FREE PENNY
Greenville Studio
Over
FRANK WILSON'S STORE
New Crop Bulbs
French and II white
and yellow Narcissus, Tulips, Crocus.
and Plant early for best re-
Resources Liabilities
Loans and Capital
Overdrafts . Surplus and profits. 33,310.72
Stocks and bonds . 14,350.00 . 17,093.97
Banking house Fur Fix. 29,493.96 Dills payable .
Cash and due from banks. 93,587.63 DEPOSITS .
Total Total
n ii i i i I ii mi
California
S T O
Fruit
R E
Where you get your Thanksgiving Fruits and
Vegetables.
Florida grape fruits, Oranges, Cranberries,
beans, cucumbers, squashes, celery, lettuce and
tomatoes, pine apples, raisins and all kind of nuts.
Telephone
You furnish the turkey and we will do the
n i mm
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS
Roses, Carnations, and Yak
lies In season.
decorations In the late
styles. Our floral arrangements art
the finest touch.
, evergreens
trees and hedge plants.
The Greensboro New. now rises to alike r. made to suffer because ,,,, to drive single or
defend Mr. Kitchin. We believe that do work in common. It usually being played at night
paper was hollering tor the toward a bringing of the fortunate by earnest men who are not In
United rights to be respected unfortunate of Sleep. The most popular
ago. Of course, the News we must all Strive and we bone solo Is n the
Would protect with a Inch as outlined In the Com- with birch
battery which the afraid Tree we are on the which Is soon learned by
to fire for fear It will demolish the right road towards accomplishing the In the neighborhood who has
desired en. . an
Mall, Telegraph, and
orders promptly executed.
IS GROWING.
J. Co
ii. n. t.
All kinds of Insurance
HALL MOORE
LOCATING THE TROUBLE,
WANTED
To rent a house conveniently located
Box
When one Is Buffering from back-
ache, lumbago, bilious-
sharp panes, muscles, and
Miff Joints It Is not always easy to lo-
the source of trouble, but nine
times out of ten -it be -traced- to
overworked, weakness or diseased kid-
Foley Kidney Pills have
thousands of
BOT OF
Nothing a mother more
tho loud, hoarse cough of croup. La-
bored breathing, strangling, choking
and gasping for breath demand Instant
action. Mrs. T. Claire,
Wis., Honey and Tar
cured my boy of croup after ether rem-
Recommended for
coughs and
Bring your want ad in today
Buy Greenville Property
One Room Dwelling, Lot South Greenville, Price
One 5-Room Dwelling, Lot South Greenville. Price
Two Room Dwellings, Lot Washington Street, Price
One Room Dwelling, Lot West of A. C. L. Depot,
One 7-Room Dwelling, Lot West Greenville,
One 8-Room Dwelling, Lot Dickinson Avenue,
ALSO SEVERAL PIECES OF DESIRABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY
Moseley Brothers
Real Estate Agents
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
I PERSONALS
Mrs. Line Baker has gone to Wash-
City to spend Thanksgiving.
Prof. R. H. Wright left today for
Raleigh to attend the As-
of which he Is vice-president
air. T. E. Hooker was a business
visitor to today.
Mr. W. J. Wyatt. of was
among the business visitors to
today.
Mr. R. U Smith left on the early
morning train for
Mr. J. W. went to Conetoe this
morning on business.
Mr. Richard of spent
yesterday afternoon in Greenville.
Dr. Annie L. spent today in
on professional business.
Mr. W. II. Jr., of Charlotte, who
spent yesterday In Greenville left this
morning on a business trip to Rich-
Mr. W. L. of
was in town this morning on business.
Mrs. Agnes of was In
today.
Mr. C. Washington went to Farra-
this morning on business.
Mr. D. O. Berry was among the
tors from Ayden to Greenville today.
Rev. C. M. Rock left over the Norfolk
Southern this morning after a visit to
Friends here.
Rev. C C. Ware passed through town
yesterday afternoon to his
home at Wilson. He was accompanied
from here by Mrs. Ware and children.
Mr. E. C. King, of Falkland, was in
our city today on business.
Mr. H. H. Proctor, of tho Grimes-
land section was in town today.
Mr. Jarvis W. Campbell this
morning for Baltimore to be operated
on for an attack of appendicitis.
Mr. Marcellus Fleming went to
Washington this morning.
Mr. A. H. Critcher left this morning
for Washington.
Mrs. George D. Hicks, of Selma, is
visiting Mrs. J. M. Daniel.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bland, of Wash-
spent the day with Mrs. D.
Miss Lillian Nobles went to Kinston
on the noon train.
LOCAL BRIEFS
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Lay by something for a
donation to the orphans.
These crisp days.
The turkey without
that his neck is headed for tho
Get your cakes for Thanksgiving
all kinds at J. L. Starkey. 11-23-21.1
Red Cross Christmas Seals are sold
only for tho war against tuberculosis.
Oyster supper at Forbes School
House Thanksgiving Night Every
body come. Good time for all.
Coming Marriage
The following announcement has
been received
Mr. and Mrs. Lovit
requests the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Clara Louis
to
Mr. Oscar Greene
on the evening of Thursday, the second
of December
one thousand nine hundred and
fifteen
at six o'clock
Gordon Street Christian Church
Kinston, North Carolina
FLEMING CARR
MARRIAGE HERE
THIS AFTERNOON
Cross Christmas Seals t
tho campaign against tuberculosis in
your own state.
MADE AGAIN.
Mrs. Jennie
can truthfully say Foley
Cathartic Tablets are the best I ever
used. They are so mild In I
They keep stomach sweet active
fell like I had been made
and bowels regular. T , banish con-
indigestion, sick
from first
pink i. The
bridesmaids
UM rostrum, lbs dame of
. the
rail and
either side Of U
making a pl The
re with her She
lovely in a suit of mid-night
blue broad doth With brown D
and brown shoes, hat
and gloves. She carried a shower
bouquet of bride's roses and of
tho valley. The groom entered from
the study with his brother, George
Ii of K Ion, as best and
met the bride at the altar. J. M.
Daniel, the bride's pastor, spoke the
words that Joined the happy couple,
the impressive ring ceremony being
used. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming left on
the A. C. L train for an extended
southern trip. The is the older
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L Carr.
She is charmingly, attractive and ac-
and numbers friends by
the score. The groom Is the older son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Fleming, of
Kinston. He Is a young man of
character and has numbers of
friends both and in Kinston. He
Is In the tobacco business with bis
father. The high esteem In which the
young couple Is held. Is attested by
tho large number of handsome wed-
ding presents which they received.
Out of town guests for the wedding
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Harden, Dr.
and Mrs. W. H. Anderson. A. T. Harp-
Misses Starr and Sue
of Wilson; Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Harper and Mrs. Dora Carr. of
Mrs. Allen Knott, Mrs. Hugh
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Fleming,
Misses Margaret Goodson, Clara
Hyman Elizabeth
Canady, Elizabeth Josephine
Leah HInes and Hilda Ran-
Messrs. William Fleming, C. M.
and Wm. of Kinston;
W. A. Harden, of Snow Hill.
For anything needed to make a good
fruit rake go J. L Starkey.
There will be a box party on Thurs-
day night. November tilth at Reedy
Branch School House. Everybody In-
Nice lot of celery and cranberries Buying Bed Cross Seals more than
for Thanksgiving at J. L. Starkey. an OBLIGATION; It is an
NO ALUM
BAKING POWDER
Made from Cream of Tartar
Absolutely Pure
Notice Big Sale
On fresh eggs, Swift
hams Orange Brand hams, goof
smoked peppered shoulders, Golden
Hod sweet and fresh. Green
and smoked Bout to
try pure coffee, no
lie a nice line of National cook-
and crackers. When in need of
groceries of any description call
mid we will be glad to make
prices.
Morris Lassiter
In the building formerly occupied W. A.
Bowen's Millinery.
Evans
Announcement
Mr, W. R. Andrews, Jr., recently of
Raleigh, has accepted a position with
us and will hereafter operate our
Hoffman steam press and superintend
all of our cleaning. Mr. Andrews has
had eight years experience in this
work and general tailoring business,
being especially proficient in French
dry
can assure our patrons all
kinds of delicate garments will re-
proper treatment when sent to
us.
We have also Just Instituted a wagon
service which will enable us to return
suits on hangers, this avoiding all
wrinkles.
High class service Is promised In re-
turn for your patronage.
CO.
You are
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
have every style of Vehicle that this locality demands. We make every vehicle we sell and
we guarantee each one of them for months. If we do not satisfy you we will gladly refund your
money.
do not want your patronage unless we can prove ourselves worthy of it.
Just give us a show
JOHN FLANAGAN BUGGY CO.
Watch the High Averages every
Day at
Johnston s Warehouse
O. G. RUCKER, Auctioneer





FRIDAY, NOVEMBER it, III
Kale Personal Property
WEDNESDAY. December 1st. 1915.
at o'clock m t the home
the late Robert Allen, deceased, the
undersigned Administrators will sell
to the highest bidder for the fol-
lowing described personal
All the household and kitchen
of the late Robert Allen, consist-
of beds, tables, chairs, range and
other household goods.
Also all of the farming utensils
the late Robert Allen consisting
planters, cultivators, mow
lug machine, stalk cutters, wagons,
harness, sawed lumber, shingles, to
and other farming
Also about thirty or forty barrels o
corn.
Terms of sale
This November 8th. 1915
M. II. and ALLEN,
Administrators of Allen
or
Of ATTACHMENT
North Carolina, Put County
In Superior Co t
J t. Cannon
VS
T E
The defendant T. B, Cannon in the
above action, will take notice
that on the 3rd day of November. 1915.
a summons Id the above entitled action
was issued defendant T B.
Cannon, by J D, Cox. clerk the Sup-
OF SIMMONS AND WAR.
RANT OF ATTACHMENT
North Carolina. Pitt
In the Superior Court
K C Cannon. C, V Cannon. A P.
Cannon and J II Coward trading as
K. C. Cannon and B
vs.
T. E. Cannon
The defendant T B, Cannon in the
above entitled action, will notice
that on the 3rd day of November
i In the above entitled w
OF SIMMONS AND WAR-
RANT OF ATTACHMENT
In the Superior Court
North Carolina, Pitt County
J K.
vs.
T. E
Court of Pitt i o my. North -ax-i s u ., T
OF SI
RANT OF
North Carolina. PHI County
In the Superior Court
J. E. Cannon. J C. Jones and J. U
trading as J. B. Cannon
Company
T E. Cannon
The defendant T. B. Cannon In the
above entitled action, will lake notice
that the 3rd day of November, 1915,
a summons in the entitled action
was Issued the defendant T. IS.
Cannon, by J Cox. clerk of the Sup-
Court Pitt County, North Car-
the plaintiff I B. Cannon Com-
the Bum of due
Tor foods sold and delivered, money
advanced or payments made to and for
the above named, which
Is returnable to the next
of the Superior court for Pitt
county to he held Greenville North
Carolina, Beginning January
The defendant. T B. Cannon will also
take notice a warrant of attach-
was issued by the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Pitt County on the
4th day of November. 1915. against
certain lands, to
Situated in Creek and Content-
Townships, one tract containing
acres an known lot-. and t
of the Samuel Wilson land; one tract
containing 1- acres, lying and be-
situated on the Gum Road,
one tract containing acres known
as the A. K. and E. V Pittman land;
also one fourth In one certain
tract containing acres and known
as the Bettie land, all lying
and being situated In Pitt County.
North Carolina; the lands being
the lands of the defendant T. B Can-
non, which warrant is returnable to
the next term of
lie plaintiffs claiming the sin
of due for goods sold
and delivered, money advanced or
payments male- to and for the
above named, which
gammons is returnable to the next
term the Superior court for
to be held In Greenville. North
Carolina, beginning January
1916. The defendant, T E. Cannon.
will also take notice a warrant of
attach by the clerk of
the Superior court of Pitt county on
the 3rd day of November. 1816, against
certain lands, to wit
Situated in Swift Creek and Con-
township, cue tract contain-
acres and known as lots
and ti of tie Samuel Wilson land; one
tract containing 1-4 acres lying and
being situated the Gum Swamp
road; one tract containing acres
known as the A. F. and F. M.
land; also one fourth interest in one
certain tract containing and
known us the Bettie land, all
and situated in Pitt
;,. Carolina; the said lands be-
the lands of the defendant, T. E.
Cannon, which warrant is returnable
to the next term the Superior court
county, on the seventh Monday
before the first Monday in March, it be-
the 17th day of January, 1916.
when and where the defendant T. B
Cannon la required to appear and ans-
or demur to the complaint, or the
relief demanded will be granted.
This the clay of November. 1916.
J COX.
Clerk Superior Court Pit County
NORTH CAROLINA. PITT COUNTY.
In The Superior Court
King
vs,
Frank
The above named will
take notice, that an action entitled as
above has commenced In the Superior
court of Pitt county to annul the bonds
of matrimony between plaintiff and
defendant, and to
Cannon, by J D. Cox, clerk the sup
Court of Pitt County. North Car-
the i tainting the sum
of 1767.26 due goods
and delivered. I or
payments made to and for the
defendant named, which
summons is returnable to the next
term of the Superior court for Pitt
county to be held Greenville. North
Carolina, beginning January 17th,
The defendant, T. K. Cannon,
will also take notice that a warrant of
attachment was issued by the clerk
the Superior court of Pitt county on
the 3rd day or November. 1915.
certain lands, to wit
Situated in Swift Creek and Con-
townships, one tract contain-
acres and known as lots
and b of the Samuel Wilson land; one
tract containing 1-4 acres lying and
being situated on the Gum Swamp
road; one tract containing acres
known as the A. P. and P. M.
laud; 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. B
Cannon, which warrant is
to the next term of the Superior
of Pitt county, on the seventh
before the Oral Monday in
day
when and whore the
Cannon is required to appeal
or demur to the complain., or the
relief demanded will granted.
This the 10th day Of November. 1915
J. D. COX.
Clerk Superior Court. Pitt County.
LAND SALE
I will offer for sale at the Court
House door In the town of Greenville
on December 13th at o'clock m. at
public auction for cash the following
described tract or parcel of land lying
being in Ayden Township on the
The defendant T. E. in the ; running from Ayden to Scuffle-
above action will take notice Green county and being a portion
that the 4th day of November, 1915, Aron tract.
a summons in said action was issued j Beginning at a stake public road.
against the defendant, T. E Cannon Moore's corner, and runs south
b J Cox. clerk of the Superior , west- poles to a stake in A. V
court Of Pitt county. North Carolina. cox's line north W. poles
fair
SALE OF All ABLE REAL
due for loaned the de-1 to a forked pine, thence
above named, which summons w poles to the beginning,
is returnable to the next term of the j SUP can be made before day
Superior court for Pitt county to be by seeing the under-
held In Greenville. North Carolina, be-
ginning January 17th, 1916. The de-
will also take notice that a
warrant of attachment was issued by
the clerk of the Superior court of Pitt
count yon the 4th day of November,
1915, against certain lands,
In Swift Creek and Con-
Townships, one tract contain-
g acres and known as Lots
signed.
W II WILLIAMS
W. F. EVANS. Attorney.
LAND SALE
By virtue of the power of sale con-
in a certain deed of trust
and of the Samuel Wilson land; by Robert Wilson to H. M. White,
tract containing 1-4 acres lying and to the purchase money
being situated on the Gum Swamp jOT hereinafter described
road; one tract containing December, 1912
known as the A. P. and F. M. Pittman deed of trust was properly re-
land; also one fourth interest in one office of the Register of
certain tract containing acres and Hit county, In Book
known as the land. the undersigned will sell for
NOTICE OF SIMMONS A Nil WAR-
RANT OF ATTACHMENT
North Carolina. Pitt County
In the Superior Court
Mattie L Cannon
vs.
T. E. Cannon
The T. E. Cannon in the
above entitled action, will take notice
that on the 4th day of November, 1915.
secure for plaintiff a summons In the above entitled action
all lying and being situated In Pitt
county, North Carolina; the said lands
being tho lands of the defendant, T. E.
cash at public auction before the
court house door in Greenville
Saturday, December 11th, 1915, the
Cannon, which warrant Is returnable described tract or parcel of
to the next term of the Superior court and m the count Pitt and
of Pitt county, on the seventh Monday j township, being that piece of
before the first Monday in March. It Known as Lot No. on a plot pf
being the 17th day of January. 1916. formerly owned by It 11- Fleming,
when and where the defendant. T. E. Sr map s recorded in the
Cannon, is required to appear and of Deeds of Pitt county,
answer or demur to the complaint, or m map page
the relief demanded will he granted
This the 13th day of November, 1915.
J. D. COX.
Clerk Superior Court.
F G JAMES SON,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
absolute divorce from the defend-
ant.
The said will further take
notice, that ho Is required to appear
at the next term of the Superior court
for Pitt county to be held on the
Seventh Monday before the First Mon-
Superior Court in March, next, It being the 17th
of Pitt County, on the seventh Monday
before the first Monday in March, It
being the 17th day of January, 1918,
when and where the T E
Cannon is required to appear and an-
or demur to the or
the relief demanded will be granted.
This the day or November, 1915.
j. r. cox.
Clerk Superior Court, Pitt County.
day of January. 1916. at tho Court
House in Greenville, North Carolina,
and answer or demur to the complaint
in said action, or the plaintiff
ply to the court for the relief demand-
ed in said complaint.
This 6th day of November. 1915
J. U. COX.
Clerk of tho Superior Court
K. G JAMES SON.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
NOTICE Or SALE
By of authority vested in me
the Heed of or by the
Pitt County Warehouse Co. on the
day of July. 1913, and recorded in
Book L-10, page and
tho conditions of the
said Deed of Trust has not been . urn
plied with, and am requested by the
holders Of the bond secured thereby.
I shall sell to tho highest bidder for j 1916. for cash the following described
cash at noon on the first Monday of Falkland town
ship, situated op the waters of tin
Meadow Branch, containing acre-i
more or less, adjoining the lands of
J. G Cobb, Benjamin M. Wooten, and
others, It being the Identical tract of
land conveyed to J. A. Andrews by
Mattie II Vines by deed recorded In
conveyed to
For Sale
virtue the Deed of Trust
on the day of June, 1914.
registered in Hook All. page Pitt
County Registry, by C. C Vines and
wife, tho condition of tho same not
having been compiled with, and
requested by the holders of the bond
therein assured to foreclose the same,
shall sell to highest bidder on
Monday, the 13th day of
December. 1915, being the day of
the month, at the Court house door In
Greenville, the following described
property, to wit.
Being the Pitt County Union
age on the Norfolk ;
was Issued against the defendant T. E.
by J. D, Cox, clerk of the Sup-
Court of Pitt County, North Car-
the plaintiffs claiming the sum
of duo for goods sold
and delivered, money advanced or
payments made to and for the
defendant above named, which
summons Is returnable to the next
term of tie Superior court for Pitt
county to be held in North
Carolina, beginning January
1918. The defendant, T. E. Cannon,
will also take notice that a warrant of
attachment was by the clerk of
the Superior court of Pitt county on
the 4th day of November. 1915, against
certain lands, to wit;
in Swift Creek and Con-
townships, one tract contain-
acres and known as lots
and of tho Samuel Wilson land; one
tract containing 1-4 acres lying and
being on the Gum Swamp
mad; one tract containing acres
known as the A. F. and P. M. Pittman
land; also one fourth interest In one
certain trait containing acres and
known as the Bottle land, all
lying and being situated in Pitt
North Carolina; the said lands be-
the lands of tho defendant. T. E.
Cannon, which warrant Is returnable
to the nest term of the Superior court
of Pitt on the seventh Monday
before tho first Monday In March, It be-
the 17th day of January. 1916,
when and where tho defendant T. E.
Cannon la required to appear and ans-
or demur to the complaint, or the
relief demanded will be granted.
This the 10th day or November. 1915.
J. D. COX,
Superior Court. Pitt County.
Beginning at the run of the swamp
on the road which divides this land
from Moses Little and James Burl
Little, and running north degrees,
east yards, thence south de-
minutes, cast 1,333 yards.
thence with tho line of J. D.
OF SIMMONS WAR. to the run of said swamp.
RANT OF ,, , run of
Ito the beginning, containing acres.
J. C. Jones and J. For a more accurate description refer-
as J. E. Cannon is hereby made to the map above
referred to.
Southern It. It. and on 10th St. bound- Hook W-5, page and conveyed
an on the North by the lot C.
that of Mosley Bros, but not. Also town
included In the this description; Greenville, purchased of
tho East by the Liberty Warehouse, Bros., and described as
property, belonging to S.
vs.
T. E.
The defendant T. E. Cannon, in the
above entitled action, take notice
that on the 4th day of November, 1915,
a summons in said action was Issued
against the defendant T. B. Cannon, by
J. D Cox. Clerk of the Superior Court
of Pitt County, North Carolina, the
plaintiff's claiming the sum of
due for goods sold and delivered,
advanced or payments made to and
the defendant above named, which
summons in returnable to the next
term of the Superior court for Pitt
county to be held In Greenville. North
Carolina, beginning January 17th,
The defendant T. E. Cannon will also
take notice that
This November 10th, 1915.
II. H. WHITE
F G. JAMES SON, Attorneys.
and on tho South by St., on the
and being lots number and
for description of which see plat
registered by Bros. Said lots
Wost by Pitt and Norfolk South- near
t, n r. and In the best residential section
This 4th day of November, 1915 j of the town
. This the day of November. 191.1
R. C Causey. C. S. Carr J
Attorney. Trustee PI-ltd Trustee.
On Monday, the 6th day of December
m noon In front of the court house
door, as Attorney for the Board of
County Commissioners. I will offer to
the highest bidder for rent during the
year 1916 the farm belonging to Pitt
county, on the north side of Tar river,
touching the farm of C. T.
and others A bond will be required
to guarantee payment of tho rent
This the 8th day of November, 1915
S J EVERETT.
NOTICE OF AND WAR-
RANT OF ATTACHMENT
North Carolina, Pitt County
In ti e Superior Court
R. C. Cannon. C. V. Cannon, A. R.
Cannon and J. H. Coward trading as
R. C. Cannon and
ts.
T. E. Cannon
Tho defendant T. E. Cannon in the
a warrant of attach- above entitled action, will take notice
,, was issued by the clerk of the , that on tho 4th day of November, 1915,
Superior Court of Pill county on the a summons In the above entitled action
4th day of November, 1915. against the Issued against tho defendant T. E.
personal properly and certain lands. Cannon, by J. Cox, clerk of tho Sup-
to Wit Court of Pitt County. North Car-
lo .
Situated in Swift Creek and Content-
hips, one tract containing
and known as Lots and
of tho Samuel Wilson land; one
tract containing 1-4 acres lying and
being situated on the Gum Swamp
one tract containing acres
known as the A. F. 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 Conn
North Carolina, also against the
personal property of the said defend
ant T. E. Cannon, tho said lands being
tho lands of the defendant T. E. Can-
non, which warrant is returnable to
tho of the Superior court
of Pitt county, on seventh Monday
tho first Monday In March, It
being the 17th day of January, 1916,
when and where the defendant is re-
plaintiffs claiming the
of due P goods sold
and delivered. or
payments for the
defendant which
the next
of court for Pitt
county to he held in Greenville. North
Carolina, beginning January 17th,
1916. The defendant, T. E. Cannon,
will also take notice that a warrant of
was issued by the clerk of
Superior court of Pitt county on
, 4th day of November. 1915, against
certain lands, to
In Swift Creek and Con-
townships, one tract contain-
acres and known as lots
and of the Samuel Wilson land; one
tract containing 1-4 acres lying and
situated on tho Gum Swamp
road; one tract containing acres
quired to appear and or demur known the A. F. and F. M. Pittman
to the complaint, or tho relief demand- I fend; also one fourth Interest In one
ed will be granted. certain tract containing acres and
This the 10th day of November. 1915
J. COX.
Clerk Superior Court. Pitt County.
Tie Quinine That Not Affect
lit tonic and effect. I ax v
than
Quinine and does came
In head. the lull
took the
known as tho P land, all
King and being situated In Pitt
North Carolina; the lands be-
the lands of defendant, T. E.
Cannon, which warrant is returnable
to the next term of the Superior court
of Pitt county. the seventh Monday
tic the first Monday In March, It be-
the 17th day of January. 1916,
when and where the T. E.
Cannon Is required to appear and ans-
or to the complaint, or tho
relief demanded will be
This the 10th day November, 1915.
J. D. COX,
Clerk Superior Court, Pitt County.
OF SI
North Carolina, Pill County
Tho Superior Court
j. w. Ballsy,
vs.
Hebrew el
The defendants. Hebrew Jones and
Joshua Jones named in the en-
tilled fore will here
by take notice a special proceed-
has b. begun in the Superior
court entitled as above by the
for permission mid authority
North Pitt County
In Superior Court before J D.
Clerk
Martha B. Corey, Widow of the late
N. R. Corey, Lily Corey, Hugh Corey
Herbert Corey and wife Clyde Corey,
J H. Corey. B. J. Corey, Herman
Stokes and wife Fay Stokes and Henry
Corey, a minor by bis nest Friend. F.
M Wooten. Ex
By virtue v. fa decree of the Superior
court of Pitt County, made in the
entitled cause the 1st. day of Nov-
ember, 1915, by John D. Cox. clerk of
the Superior court of Pitt county,
undersigned Commissioner will,
Saturday the 4th day of December,
1916, at o'clock P. M., expose to pub-
sale In the town of Ayden, N- C. to
the bidder, on the following
one third cash and the re-
two thirds from
to five years to suit the
chaser, with Interest on the deferred
payments, at six per cent, the follow-
described tracts or parcels of land
the East side of Fork Swamp
adjoining the lands of N R. Corey and
bounded as Beginning at
the New Road in the center of Meadow
Branch Canal and running down sate
canal to the of House Ditch
thence up said ditch to the New Road
thence up said road to the beginning,
containing acres more or lees.
Also one other tract situated la
Swift Creek Township, Pitt county.
North Carolina and lying on the East
side of the Greenville and New Barn
and adjoining the lands of
late O. W. Cox, of the late Archibald
Cox others and bounded as follows
Beginning in the road at the mouth
G. W. Cox avenue and runs with said
Cox's line east poles to a pine, then
South east poles to Arch Cox's
line, then with said line South
West poles to the road, then up
the road to the beginning, containing
acres more or less.
And said Commissioner will also ex-
to public sale at the same time
and place and on the same terms, tho
following described tracts or parcels
of land, to
and being in Swift Township
Pitt county, North Carolina adjoining
the lands of D. II. Smith on the North
by the lands of James Brooks on the
West, the lands of Eliza E. Nelson on
the South and the lands of John
on the East containing acres more,
or less.
Also one other tract of land in Swift
Creek Township, Pitt county, adjoin
the lands of Dr. Wooten on the
east the above described land on the
north and west, C. U Stokes on the
south and east containing acres
more or less.
Also one other tract of land situated
Swift Creek Township, Pitt
North Carolina, adjoining the lands
of the late Allen heirs, the
heirs of N. R. Corey, the Stokes lands
and others containing acres more
or less and being a portion of tho land
left by the Last Will and Testament of
J. F. Hellen to tho Hellen
The above lands are located In a
very desirable location in Pitt County
and are adjoining tracts and said
tracts of land will he sold small
sub divisions and will also be sold as
a whole and said Commissioner will
accept whichever sale aggregates the
highest bid.
On these lands are located three
dwellings painted white, rooms, t
tobacco barns, one pack house, two
story, one barn with two sheds, new
M and cows sheds, all In good
repair. The soil Is a light loam with
clay sub-soil, very One tobacco lands
and also for corn, cotton and other
The terms of sale are made easy for
the purpose of giving every one an
opportunity to buy a small tract as
well as a large tract with small cash
payment and long easy terms for the
balance.
This the 1st day of November, 1916
F. C. HARDING
Commissioner
HARDING PIERCE,
11-2 Id
Sale ill Personal Property and Renting
The undersigned executor will soil
for cash In Carolina township
2ND,
Sale beginning about ton o'clock a. m.
at tho residence of the late Mahala
all tho personal property
belonging to said estate consisting of
household and kitchen
horses, mules, hogs, cattle, farming
iii carts, buggies, corn,
HADLEY
to sell land belonging to the deceased l of ,,.
re to create assets pay the , , ,, , .,,
In the Hank
debts owing and duo by said Estate.,
and said defendant will further take j
notice are required to
pear on, or before the day
and answer or demur tot
tho petition filed In tho of the
Clark Of Superior court, or the relief
demanded therein will be granted,
And also on said day will offer for
the farm of the late Mahala
in Carolina township, being
a four crop, also house
This the 4th day of November, 1915.
J. D COX,
of Superior Court.
S. J. Attorney
This 12th, 1915
J. M
K C, A SON,
TEE
OF
CAROLINA. IT HAS
A POPULATION OP FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
IND ONE. AND
ROUNDED 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 AND
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
I OB AN NEWSPAPER
PLANT.
WE A
OF TWELVE HUN-
AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE IN THE EASTERN
PART OF NORTH CARO-
LINA AND INVITE THOSE
WHO WISH TO GET BET-
ACQUAINTED WITH
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
i BUS IN WAY TO TAKE
FEW INCHES SPACE AND
THEM WHAT You
BRING TO THEIR
OUR ADVERTISING
HATES ALE LOW AND CAN
HE HAD UPON
Agriculture Is the Host Host the Host Nome ii
N. C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER I, 1913
GOING TO BE BIS
THESE PARTS
Christmas Goods Are Being
Put Display For
Early Shoppers.
HELD UP By
DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
Turkeys For The
lie Many Home
Comers
On.
Jordan Stopped At
Point of Six Shooter;
Bobbed.
SECURED WILE MONEY
The Were
Negroes And I In y Came
Towards in I lie I
Watch.
is the injunction band-
ed out to and county
Christmas purchasers by the stores
here in town. Christmas, now twenty-
four days hence, will be right along
before many of the holiday purchasers
realize It and then tho clerks will
run to death to wait on them the
pick of the Christmas will be
had.
The local stores have begun to dis-
play their arrays of beautiful Christ-
mas goods and they make a splendid
showing, too. Many of them state that
they have already started making
to the people who are taking some
stock In the shop early talk.
Greenville is about the shopping
center for county and affords the
best to be In the county, so the
folks who are expecting to
chases of holiday goods, should not
forget this fact, but should come to
where they will have an
opportunity to got anything In any line,
that they want.
It Is here that there will be the
largest sales made of Christmas goods
ever known before. This Is attributed
to the fact that past year has been
inch a fine one for the people to make
financial gains, and with this as a
starter, they It Is sure that the
stockings will be packed full this
Christmas.
The merchants here laying In an
unusually heavy supply of
goods In order to meet demand,
and the best part of It Is that many
of the articles, which hitherto
borne the Inscription In Ger-
or some other country, will
boar an Inscription to nil.
In Some
purchasers of Christmas goods Will de-
Band that they bear the phrase
In while, others say they
won't.
Any way, this Is going to be
greatest Christmas ever In this
section. Mot everyone bus a
or a few chickens cooped away for the
grand feast, while those that haven't
taken such precautions
an Invitation to
with someone that has. Tho local
market men say they will have i
ply of meat on hand and they an
going to furnish the best Is.
The home coming will not ho tho
least Important here, for there are
and county
who have Strayed from the told, t-
long shout trains
riving here will be packed full of them
Everyone is going at It to the
biggest and bait time possible.
Mr. O. P. former buyer of
the American Tobacco company ho-e
cams In this morning from Richmond.
Mr. Frank E. Skinner came
morning from New York to visit his
mother, Mrs. Skinner.
A touch of the wild and wost greet-
ed last night when he
crossed the river bridge was met
by the command from a man
behind a six shooter to put up bis
hands or bite dust. threw
up his hands and highwayman,
with his partner, who had made his
appearance on the scene, through
W lion's pockets and took dollars
and twenty cents, bin pocket book and
a credit slip from A. Mills store,
number four, with the man's
pocket knife.
Having accomplished their purpose
the two highway men, whom
believes to be regimes, good
their escape, cautioning him to remain
where ho was they were out
sight.
As soon as the two highwaymen had
disappeared, laid lash to his
horse and drove fast to Mill's
where he reported the Incident. Chief
of hero was communicated with
over the telephone and to look-
out for tho two
tail In on to tho country store
to supplies was return-
home when, he says, just as he
drove tho river he noticed
a man g In the middle of the
road. As the fellow did m t seem to
getting out of tho way.
Started to go around him. It was then
that the man brought his gun into
play and the order
Immediately, says, the man's
partner, who had bee.- In the
by. out and went
through his pocket i while tho other
fallow kept him the gun.
is that tho two
i I. h bean
l i it in.- them they hive not
It wan o yo that a
I was robbed of the to-
section of after a
hi sold I Whiskey, and then for the
holdup o last night to closely follow
top of the yesterday, makes
ill teem plain that this section Is
with
ii mi- ,
The police force Is striving to get
r. to i-ii and using
all the they can bring Into
,. ., i, purpose with the hopes
apprehending one or of the
band which seems to have located In
this section.
UP TO PRESENT
Estimate Says That Much
Tobacco Already
Sold Here.
According to the monthly report of
Supervisor Wharton, of the local to-
market Greenville has sold
the mouth of November
pounds of tobacco at an average of
per hundred pounds.
This totals for tho season up to the
first of December about seventeen mil-
lion pounds, making an average in
price of nearly lit for all
cos Including the common and good.
A tobacconist this morning when
speaking of the report, stated that
this price will equal any East-
Carolina city, and It was probable
would lead all others.
It la predicted among the ware-
housemen that this market will sell
close to three pounds more
before the close of the season, while
some expect the totals for tho season
even more.
ROLLICKING
OX WEDNESDAY NIGHT
E OF THE
CITY
German Positions Bombard-
ed By The British
Heavy Guns.
AMERICANS
WILL
Strong Garrison Has Been
For The
Yaqui Valley.
GREEK RIGHTS Ml
Absolutely The Most Show
Ob The To
This
has been drama-
and by Ar-
and Aubrey
two clever chaps who can blend pleas-
lyrics and compose catchy music In
this new fun show. They have
beyond all anticipation and the
producers Comte and Flesher have
selected a great company to enact tho
various roles and sing the tunes.
Carl the well known comedian,
has the big fun part and Jo Taylor,
American has a
dashing role with dances. The
chorus Is largo and pretty. Among
ho song hits a Roy
a Little
Spare-Rib from the
Shop of Is the
Pleasure in Wine and Song If the
man Is not
I'm etc.
comes to White's on
December following a big lilt run
at the Homo, Chicago.
DE IN
AFTER
If
E. U passed
horn afternoon en
route to Raleigh from Ayden where
he i lade an at
Mr. Clark, of the Cabinet
returned this morn-
from a trip to Richmond.
I mid Sale
virtue of the power of Bale con-
In a certain mortgage
by I Smith and wife to V. O.
on tho 12th day of December,
1504. duly recorded In the office
of he Register of Deeds of Pitt county.
In X-7, page the undersigned
will sell for cash before the Court
House door In Greenville at noon on
the following described tract of
That tract of land In town-
ship near Hill, lying on
side of tho and Vanceboro
Roads, beginning at a pine C. No-
line and running with his line to
a corner, a pint at N T. Cox and O. C.
agreed corner, thence with an
other of O. C. line to another
agreed corner, a pine stump, thence
with another of O. C. line to
where It intersects with the new made
line, thence with said line to the be-
ginning, containing thirty acres,
more or less. Said land sold to satisfy
said mortgage.
This November 29th, 1915.
Mortgagee.
I The of The
Operations Has
Teutons March Into
City.
BERLIN, London.
The capture of Western
Serbia, near the Albanian border, was
announced today by the war
LONDON,
on the coast from
to were bombarded for
two hours this morning by a British
according to a
patch from Amsterdam.
Is nothing of Importance to
add to the communication of last
the war announced this
afternoon.
Tho position taken by tho
allies as reflected In the
statement Issued In Paris to tho effect
that the landing troops at
was not a violation of Greek territory,
a contradicted by the Overseas News
Agency.
from various sources con-
French and British throats
against Greece fall to clear up tho sit-
tho agency says.
the general tone of tho news from
French and British sources Indicates
that has been to
to Justify this are
all in vain. M. the former
premier, not tho right under the
constitution to sanction the landing
of troops at Tho Greek con-
states, in clause that the
parliament Is the only body
tho right to decide such
questions. Therefore. King
Is merely defending the integrity
of the constitution against conspiracy,
which shows that reproaches directed
against him have no just basis.
French and British attempts
to compel a small neutral nation to
to the prove
that the entente thinks might Is
In Southwestern Serbia,
has been Serbian troops
having accomplished their purpose of
delaying their enemy's advance until
the civil population had time to escape
have left the and. according to
reports, are retiring in good order.
Bulgarian occupation Is apparently a
matter hours.
Though the and
Bulgarian campaign Serbia Is
by the central as fin-
and though practically the whole
of Serbia is in their they
have accomplished, according to
the general belief here, the more
aim of entirely crushing tho
Serbian army. Though defeated and
worn out la the conflict against over-
whelming odds, forces
said to be still unbroken and
and are reported to re-
on the Albanian and Mon-
frontiers
DEC. I,
radio to San Diego,
forces again have opened
cation between
the capital of Sonora
General Is endeavoring to In-
MOO Villa troops, supposed to
heading through Southern Sonora
n an attempt to Join General
tho Villa commander in Northern
according to advices received
In re today.
Fear of an attack by Indian on the
American settlers In tho Yaqui valley
has Increased, all but fifty troops
boon withdrawn from that
to participate In the
campaign to the north.
The necessity for maintaining ad-
equate garrison In the valley
for tho protection of American and
other foreigners and thus possibly
avert a massacre Is now being strong-
presented to General In
messages by Admiral who la
with Ills flagship, tho
San Diego, and an expeditionary
force for Tho Diego
was reported last night off Cape San
Lucas, the southern extremity of
California.
Naval officers who visited Los
the scene of the recent raids,
found foreign property In the
district still held by tho Indians
officials stated, however,
that these lands would returned to
heir rightful owners as soon as they
had been recovered.
Owing to the presence of
troops In numbers at M
Americans who had taken refuge
on the United States gunboat
and those who had come for
safety to decided
to return to their homes at once.
Four Months Compulsory
School Law Goes
In Effect.
iii be
BRITISH
UP
Casualties Are Right Near
To
And Men.
LONDON, DEC I. B cs us
lists published daring total
officers, non
officers and men in all Bel s of
bringing the total the beginning
of hostilities up to approximately
Heavy as were the losses in killed
Injured and missing tor the
month they were much lighter than
In October when the names of 3.110
officers and non-commissioned
officers and men Include. the
lists.
A statement Issued In London
gave tho British casualties from
the beginning of the war to
as The total among offices
that was and among
other ranks
There Arc Just lour Which
Will lie Taken
I Will Aid In
Beginning Monday every child be-
tween tho of eight and twelve
will have to attend school for lour
mouths. Tho county superintendent
has Issued the following for the
of
desire to call the attention of the
people of PU county to the fuel that
Monday, December marks the be-
ginning of a lour compulsory
school attendance period. During the
four months, beginning December
every child between the of eight
and twelve Is required to con-
attendance school. The on-
legal excuses for failure to attend
school which serves tho district
which tho child resides are the follow-
Living more than two and u
halt miles from the school house by
tho nearest traveling route.
Mental or physical disability,
which must certified to by some
reputable physician.
Inability to buy the necessary
books and clothes. Note, however,
that tho parent must make affidavit to
this effect, and that this excuse does
not hold after the books and clothing
hare been furnished any way.
making the
child's labor absolutely necessary for
his own support, or for the support of
Ids family. The teacher may grant
excuses for temporary absence
o of unusual storm or bad
sickness or death In the child's
family, and unforeseen or unavoidable
accidents,
township constables have been
asked to servo as officers,
and teachers are to notify
then of the of any
child comb g within tho of
this law, A conscientious
i o i in be made this year to an-
force this law In Pitt county for tho
and i ah
s hearty cooperation of every parent
In the county In our efforts to
ll i a In school. The law is
not Intended to work any hardship on
any one, It Will no. do this. Or-
ch the sires of
and twelve should be In school
at In each year,
no reasonable person can object
in this requirement
are hi pi c that the
ass that lbs a children in school,
t we shall not have to call
law to enforce attendance.
respectfully
II.
Mr. C. T. went to Arthur C n spent., portion
morning to attend the land sale on business.
Mr. B. L Turnage was In Fa, J W Little went to Arthur this
today on business. , morning.
Mr. L. C. Arthur attended the sue-1 Mr. . P, Vandyke was In
sale at Arthur today. today In Interest of his firm.


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Eastern reflector, 26 November 1915
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The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
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November 26, 1915
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