Eastern reflector, 3 December 1915






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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The Carolina Home and Farm
and The Eastern Reflector
By
THE Incorporated
NORTH CAROLINA
one
Six month
Advertising may be had upon application at the
office In The Reflector building, corner and
Third street.
All cards of thanks and resolutions of respect will be
charged for at cent per word.
Communications and advertised candidates will be
ed for at three cents per line up to fifty lines.
Entered as second class matter August 1910, at the
post office at Greenville, North Carolina, under act of
March J.
Regular Charlie Chaplin stuff that Raleigh Times gets off.
Ho city no country.
Reports say Kitchener is back in London.
to be a regular portable kitchenette.
He Is getting
We trust that the Kaiser will leave at least two Serbian.
for purposes if nothing else.
SELF
Self supporting agriculture Is the subject of an article
la the current University News Letter by Mr. Bradford
Knapp. Farm Demonstrator Chief, who have
a good thing in the South. If we will only go to work and
make agriculture self-supporting.
The plan of the Federal Department of Agriculture Is to
foster home gardens, to encourage thrift by teaching people
to can fruit and vegetables for home use as they do in every
thrifty community, to have farmers grow their own corn,
oats, hay, peas, beans, potatoes, and some cane or sorghum
for syrup, and to produce their own meat supply from a
Industry in poultry, hogs and cattle.
course this would require some reduction of the cotton
acreage, unless more acres were taken but under this
plan we would establish a live-stock industry sufficient to
utilize the waste land. On every farm there is waste land
which could be made productive live stock.
is purely a business proposition, but one that has
been sadly neglected In all our Southern territory.
bankers the power, In my Judgment, to
a safe, sound, self-supporting agriculture in the South
If they will do It. The key to the whole situation lies In
the hands of the bankers and credit merchants of the South.
the bankers and credit merchants of the South still
fail to lend their constructive backing to the establishment Phone
of self-supporting agriculture, and are still going to make
their loans and finance the agriculture of the South as a
one-crop agriculture, then we are going to have n one-crop
agriculture until such time as human nature breaks and we
have a revolution which will overthrow tho present sys-
you blame the farmer, especially the little farmer
or tenant, if he docs not follow the advice of
and docs not diversify, when he well knows that when he
goes to the small banker or supply merchant of the South
the basis of his credit Is on the number of acres of the
MODERN FURNITURE
J. E. DEES
Healer In
MONUMENTS
mid
CEMETERY MEMORIALS
Marble and Granite
Workmanship mid Material
teed
E. 4th St.
ill
WANTS
may not be so dainty in
fashioning as In the past, but
It is more artistic and
able--when rigidly made. Our
Furniture la not merely
to look at but to give
long service as well. We
everything for every
room In the house, from at-
tic to basement. Also fine
Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums
and Mattings. And you can
save money by buying here,
too.
TAFT VANDYKE
U not the fellow that can the loudest who does one cash-crop he is going to produce,
tho
to It
It is usually tho one who keeps quiet and goes
That fellow Stephen Bard has started up his of
again. Steve ought to do well after
awhile.
word should not survive the editorializes the
Virginian-Pilot. But that Is exactly what Is happening to-
day if our observation Is clear.
I want to tell you now there Is nothing more Important,
nothing more helpful, you can do than to help the Southern
Us
PANSY PLANTS.
Miss Bettie Warren.
PANSY PLANTS.
Phone 250-J.
PURE MILK CO.
can furnish milk In any quantity
and also of cream, or will con-
tract for so much per day. A line o
Washington, N. C. box will sup-
ply you.
more fun .--r
farmer And reasonable markets for locally grown produce STORE FOR FORMER
ant t rt W nm
than the one cash-crop of the community.
The foregoing smacks of good wisdom and Is, In our
opinion, something that should be taken hold of by tho
banks and bankers and fostered in Its growth. True, it Is
a business proposition, but It Is one that the bankers and
farmers can both make a good thing out of If they see
lit to cooperate as is suggested by Mr. Knapp.
office next to Western Union office.
Bros.
OVER AND TOURING CAR, 1913
model for cheap. Empire Sales
Co.
Men should be by their own opinions says an
exchange. But how many men would fail to be governed
If this was universally put Into practice.
Evidently that dirty lot next to the post office will remain
m the same condition for an Indefinite period, it seems to
us, though may be mistaken, that someone of the town
MEDICAL SCHOOL INSPECTION
Since tho introduction of Inspection Into tho
schools of this State, many of them. It may taken for
FOR ROOM
with bath connection, convenient to
boarding house or hotel. Mrs. H. L.
Carr. 11-30-31
Call Grocery for tho deli-
of the season. Fruits fancy
The Bank Habit
Possibly you who read have never kept a bank account If
not. let us sweat you tho experiment You will find
it helpful in many ways. Aside from the fact that your money will
be safe from theft and Are, such a habit tends to thrift, economy,
discipline, and a general understanding of business principles, all
of which are essential to It affords also a convenient
method for the payment of and, as the checks are preserved
always and returned to you. they serve as receipts for the amounts
paid.
THE NATIONAL BANK
of Greenville
schools of this State, many of them, it may o .
granted that the health of the school children has been m
guarded safer than it was before. It has been made
that many of the physical deficiencies in the children
could be corrected, and those counties that have tried It will
emphatically declare that they would not without it on
, For quick service phone
any grounds.
Medical Inspection of school children Is comparatively Grocery.
WASTED TO
building lot. State lowest cash
price. Box No. city.
us though may mistaken, mat someone w Medical inspection
. have the power to see that this lot is given In this State, hut it is hoped to have it spread until BALE-ONE
. i admired every county. There Is no five passenger lord car. In good
tho overhauling that it is due. If we are mistaken, all
right, but it is the function of certain town officers,
why don't they see that the work Is done
Tho Kinston Free Pros thinks the criticism of the State
Board of Health has been unwarranted. While
tho manner in which the Free Press states its case,
we believe that a little criticism once In a while la the best
thing for public institutions. In this case we know that it
has brought a promise from the Board that it will attempt
to stop Louisburg from dumping sewerage Into Tar river.
Commenting upon our remarks about what city gives
the Editor Gray, of the Raleigh Times gets off
real brilliant thought. He says that the country couldn't
get along without the city. mean that real serious
it Is universally adopted by every county. There Is no
that can be produced to tend to show the
medical school inspection Is not almost of as much value
as the mental examination and development which is ac-
corded school children, for if the child Is handicapped by
any physical deficiency, it can not advance In tho studies.
DOM REELS
.-. .
THE LIST
five passenger Ford car. In good
condition. W. H. Dall, Jr.
DESIRABLE
boarder. Phone
CHRISTMAS GOODS
Cards, Booklets, Post Cards Gift Books
LOOK AT OB LINE OF
PARISIAN IVORY
Our of Stationery, Perfumes and Toilet articles of every do-
Is complete.
Warren Drug Company
Buy your ingredients for Christmas
cakes from Grocery.
11-29-3-d.
The somnambulist Is a person who Is sound asleep every-
where except in the legs. An expert somnambulist who is
in good training can go to sleep sitting bolt upright and
I release a deep, cavernous snore, but both feet will remain
awake and carry him hither and yon without missing
like, or hadn't you thought how long this country got along The only way to up a is to
without any cities Tho rule can be applied both him of a third-story window and have t little
Without the people of the rural districts-1 fancy crochet work done on his collarbone by a hardened
farmers if you will, there would no cities, likewise, with a Van Dyke goatee.
ME
Eire Hoards. Stove Pipe of all site.
Repairing neatly done on short no
lien We are In a position to
yon prices that are the lowest to b.
had on any thing In this lino.
Hicks.
FOR RENT
desirable gentleman. Phone
California Fruit
STORE
without tho cities rural life would be unbearable
TOO MANY LOAFING NEGROES
We that there is a way for the loafing of
Greenville, who are ever ready to ply their trade of stealing,
and selling whiskey, to be driven out, or at least put where
belong and where they will be safe from any harm
and where can help to build up the roads of Pitt
county.
It is easy to see from twenty to thirty loaf-
Somnambulism results from various sources. Science
says it is brought about by the victim eating something
which failed to digest in a thorough and workmanlike man-
causing him to get up in his sleep and hunt around
restlessly for the ipecac. Some authorities believe it is due
to the same microbe that produces the nightmare which
winds up in the Indian war whoop, but this is merely sup-
position, us nobody has even seen tho microbe in question
except on a colored in some medical Journal. Ii is a
familiar practice of the medical fraternity to attribute a
around the tobacco section of town each day. At least ailment to some Innocent microbe, and then give
a. i- . a. I
take them to for have not observed
them doing any work. It Is hardly possible that they
all farm In town to sell their tobacco.
Then It Is evident that they are loafers, bums. If you will
call them that, and there is no excuse for them to be
there Is plenty of chances for them to secure employ-
The force should exercise an eternal vigilance
and every opportunity It gets should nab these loafers or
a photograph of tho microbe and his entire family as cir-
evidence.
somnambulist Is tho only known mammal who sleeps
with his eyes wide open. This la a merciful dispensation
of Providence which enables him to walk around the house
In total darkness without stepping on upturned face
of the family cat or barking both shins against the piano
stool. One seldom hears of an accident an agile
somnambulist, whereas a sleepless husband who goes down
Eye Troubles
Can be quickly
by the wearing of the
proper lenses. We know
the optical business and
can furnish any your
eyes may need.
No Charge for
W. L. BEST
Optometrists
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
and every opportunity n .-
vagrants They will become a serious menace to the town j for baby's bottle will run into four dining room
If those here now given free reign and first thing come back With feet full of needles,
know. Greenville will be a dumping ground for , emphasize the fact that ought
.
Yesterday a farmer was robbed by one of these vagrants
Cabbage Plants
Million f Thorough Proof
Plants For Sale
The following Jersey
Charleston
cession and Large late Drum
This selection should give
headings through the summer.
At per thousand f. o. b.
N C. Can supply orders an;
to be taught In the public schools.
If persisted In for any length of time, somnambulism
and he made his escape. This according to the to very embarrassing situations. It Is a great
of the farmer, has approached him on three , a modest, unassuming
different times We take It then that this has been ,,. night and up a few hours
turns, no . , , streets surround- want and Guaranteed
loafing here for at least a month, but tho police had failed on the corner of Main and Eleventh streets,
ed by interested friend, and the Chief of Police. The only
They can not be too strict on thee menaces to the way prevent this I. to chain the victim to a bras, bed
and
mm
Le C.
N.
PHONE
We wash everything but the
Baby, return everything but
the Dirt
Bishop's Laundry
Bring your want ad in today
WHAT, S.
Notice Big Sale
e. b;
On fresh country eggs. Swift
hams. Orange Brand hams, gee
smoked peppered
Red better, sweet an fresh,
and smoked Don't forget
try pare no
We have a nice line of
lea and crackers. When In need of
groceries of any
and we be glad U make yen
prices.
Morris Lassiter
the building formerly occupied W. A.
Millinery.
Evans
OF AND the 3rd day of November. 1911, against
RANT OF ATTACHMENT
North Carol Pitt County
in the Court
Mattie U
T. E. Cannon
The defendant T. K. Cannon in the
entitled action, will take notice
of the land; one tract
containing S 1-4 acres, lying and be-
situated on the Gum ; amp
one tract containing known
the A. F. and I. V land;
also one fourth in one certain
tract and known
as the Bettie land, all lying
ind being la Pitt County.
North Carolina; the being
the lands of the defendant T. E. Can-
non, which warrant Is returnable to
the next term of the Superior Court
of Pitt County, on the seventh Monday
before the first Monday In March. It
being the 17th day of
when and where the T. K.
Cannon is required to appear and an-
or to the complaint, or
the relief demanded will be granted.
This the 10th day of November.
J. D. COX.
Clerk Superior Court, Pitt
NORTH CAROLINA, PITT COUNTY.
In The
King
Frank King.
The defendant 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 secure for plaintiff
an absolute divorce from the defend-
ant
The said will further take
that he is to appear
at the next term of the Superior court
for Pitt county to be held on the
Seventh Monday before the First Mon-
day in March, next, It being the 17th
day of January, 1918. at the Court
House In Greenville. North Carolina,
and answer or demur to the complaint
with Main yards to the
beginning, containing one-half acre,
and the same lot conveyed to Susan
Tyson by W. U Hurst and wife.
This November 23rd. 1916.
TYSON,
and Commissioner.
F. C. JAMES ft SON.
la
. i known as tho A. F. and F. M. I
that on the th day 1911.1 one fourth Interest In one
summons In the above entitled action containing acre
. ilia T. E. . nM Here
certain lands, to
in Swift Creek and Con-
townships, one tract contain-
acre., and known as lots s
and of the Samuel Wilson land; one
tract containing B 1-4 acres lying and or
road to the court for the relief demand-
was issued tho defendant T. E.
Cannot., by J. D. Cox. clerk of the Sup-
Court of Pitt County. North Car-
known as the land, nil
lying and being situated in Pitt
North Carolina; the said lands be-
Court norm North Carolina; me mi.
the plaintiffs claiming the sum , lands of the defendant,
of due for goods sold which warrant Is
delivered, money advanced to the next term of the
payments
defendant
ed In said complaint.
This day of November, 1915.
J. D. COX.
Clerk of the Superior Court.
F. JAMES ft
Attorneys for
made to and for the of county, the seventh Monday
above named, which , before first Monday in March, it
Is returnable to the next
term of Superior court for Pitt
county to be held In Greenville, North
Carolina, beginning January 17th.
1916. Tho defendant, T. E. Cannon,
will also take notice that a warrant of
attachment was by the clerk of
the court of Pitt county on
the 4th day of November. against
certain lands, to
in Swift Creek and Con-
townships, one tract contain-
acres and known as lots b
and of tho Samuel Wilson land; one
tract containing 1-4 acres lying and
being situated on the
SALE OF VALUABLE LAND
Township, Greene
County.
Pursuant to a decree of the Superior
court of Greene county made at the
June term, 1915 In a certain civil ac-
pending In Bald court entitled;
E L. Coward vs. John R. Manley, and
by virtue of said decree the undersign-
ed commissioner will, on Monday, the
6th day of December. 1915. at the court
house door, in Snow Hill, N. C. be-
tween the hours of o'clock, noon
and o'clock p. m. offer for sale at
public auction for one-third of
chase price cash and the balance of
purchase price in three equal deferred
payments secured by a purchase
mortgage due one, two and three
years or terms to suit purchaser, the
following land and premises situated
In township. Greene
County, North Carolina known
lots No. and In the division of the
lands of Wm. Coward, deceased, con-
acres. There Is cleared
acres of said land and the balance
In woodland, and on this land Is the
Old Coward dwelling house and all
outhouses including barns, stables, to-
with two fairly good tenant
houses.
For further Information see, write
o- phone the undersigned
J. G. ANDERSON,
Commissioner
Greenville Banking and
The Oldest and Largest
Bank in Pitt County
NOTICE OF
BAST OF
North Carolina, Pitt County
In the Superior Court
J. C. Julie and J. L.
as J. E. Cannon
the 17th day J W. MM.
when and where the defendant
Cannon is required to appear and ans-
or demur to the complaint, or the
relief demanded will
This the 10th day of
Clerk Superior Court, Pitt County.
NOTICE SIMMONS WAR-
RANT ATTACHMENT
North Pitt
In the Superior
R C. Cannon, C. V. Cannon A. B.
Cannon and J H. Coward trading as
acres K C Cannon and So.
known as tho A. F. and F. M.
land; also one fourth interest in one
certain tract containing acres and
known Bottle land, an
lying and being situated in Pitt
North the said lands be-
tho lands of the defendant. P. .
Cannon, which warrant Is returnable
to the next term of the Superior court
of on the seventh Monday
before the Monday In March, it be-
the day of January. 1919.
when and where tho defendant l. r-
Cannon Is required to appear
or demur to the complaint, or
relief demanded will be granted.
This the 10th day of November. 1915.
J. D. COX
Clerk Superior Court. Pitt County.
Sale of Notes
By virtue of a note with Hen or
mortgage attached executed by J. F.
Davenport and Blanche Davenport to
The Farmers Bank on July 10th. 1914.
tho undersigned will sell at public
sale for cash at tho Court House door
in Greenville. N. C. on the 20th day
of December. 1915. at m. the fol-
lowing described notes of
each executed by Moses Staton
and wife. Cora Staton to Blanche F.
vs.
T E. Cannon
The T. b. Cannon , the
Land Sale
By virtue of the power of con-
In a certain mortgage
by J. P. Morris to John J. Ford
and W. H. on the 24th clay of
November, 1913, and which mortgage
is recorded in Q-10, page
the Pitt County Registry, default in
payments having been the
will on Monday the 27th
day of 1916 at m. expose
to public sale, for cash, before tho
court house door in Greenville, N. C
the following described tract of land; u ,,, .-------- .
Lying and being Bethel W. poles to tho beginning
Private can made before day
of public sale by seeing tho under-
SALE
I will offer for sale at the Court
House door in tho town of Greenville
on December 13th at o'clock m. at
public auction for cash the following
described tract or parcel of land lying
and being In Ayden Township on the
road running from Ayden to Scuffle-
ton, Green county and being a portion
of the Aron tract.
Beginning at a stake in public road.
Katie Moore's corner, and runs south
1-2 west, poles to a stake in A. F.
Cox's line, thence north W. poles
to a stake, thence south 1-2 W. 1-3
poles to a long forked pine, thence
County. N. C. and more particularly
described as follows,
three shares or lots of land, as follows,
of
lots
and
by tho lands of James U.
Court of Pitt an
the sum
of due tor by w. H. and J. J.
q delivered ,. for this mortgage Is
above named, to the purchase price.
Is returnable to the next the 24th day November. 1915.
The T. snares or .------
above entitled action, will U J of the Ford tract
on action land, and which three shares or
acres more or less a,
was . , a. . , . . .-
signed.
W. H. WILLIAMS.
W. F. EVANS, Attorney.
11-20-ltd
and the J. L. Nelson lands,
j It being the same land deeded to J.
Sale of Personal Property Renting
tor
JOHN J. FORD,
county to be held in vie, Mortgagees.
def Cannon Attorney.
will take notice that a warrant o
was issued by the ,., Sale
court
the 3rd day of November. again, t
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
court of Pitt county made special
proceedings No. entitled
Tyson. vs. Tyson ct
the undersigned will sell
for cash before the court house door
in Greenville at noon on
FRIDAY,
land; also one fourth Interest one and
certain tract containing
known as the Bet
,.
tie land, an
Z These
notes are secured by a mortgage the
acres of land, and being part of which warranty
The undersigned executor will sell
for cash In Carolina township on
DECEMBER
Sale beginning about ten o'clock a. m.
at tho residence of the late
all the personal property
belonging to said estate consisting of
household and kitchen furniture,
horses, mules, hogs, cattle, farming
carts, buggies, corn,
hay and one share of hank stock
In the Bank of
And also on said day will offer
rental tho farm of the late
in Carolina township, being
a four horse crop, and also her nous,
and lot the tow. of
N C.
This November 12th. 1915.
J. M. HIGHSMITH.
F. G. JAMES SON, Attorneys.
T. B.
The defendant T. E. Cannon. In the
above entitled action, will take notice
that on the 4th day of November, 1915,
a summons In said action was issued
the defendant T. B. Cannon, by
J. D. Cox. Clerk of the Superior Court
of Pitt County. North Carolina, the
claiming the sum of
due for goods sold and delivered,
advanced or payments made to and
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. will also
take notice that a warrant 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,
Situated In Swift Creek and
Townships, one tract containing
acres and known as Lois and
of the Samuel Wilson land; one
tract containing 1-4 acres lying and
being shunted on the Cum Swamp
Road, tract containing acres
known as the A. V. and F. M.
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, also against the
personal properly of the said defend
T. E. Cannon, the said lands being
the lands of the defendant T. E. Can-
non, which warrant is returnable to
the term of the Superior court
of Pitt county, on seventh Monday
before the Erst Monday In March, it
being the 17th day of January. 1916,
when and whore the defendant is re-
quired to appear and ; or
to tho complain-., or the relief demand-
ed will be granted.
This the 10th day of November,
J. D. COX.
On Monday, the tin day of December
at trout house
doer, 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.
others. A bond will be required
to guarantee payment of the rent.
S. J. Attorney.
NOTICE Or SALK
By virtue of authority vested In me
under the Deed of or by the
Pitt County Warehouse Co. on the
day of July. 1913. and recorded in
Book L-10, page and
WHEREAS the conditions of the
said Deed of Trust has not been com-
plied with, and I am requested by the
holders of the bond secured thereby,
I shall sell to the highest bidder for
cash at noon on the first Monday of
December, 1915, being the 6th day or
the month, at the Court house door In
Greenville, the following described
property, to wit;
Being the Pitt County Union
age Warehouse on the Norfolk
Southern R. It, and on 10th St. bound-
ed on the North by the lot
that of Mosley Bros., but not
included in the this on
the East by the Liberty Warehouse,
property, belonging to S. T. Hooker,
and on the South by 10th St., on the
West by Pitt St. and Norfolk South-
R it.
This the 4th day of November, 1915.
R. C. Causey. C. S. Carr
Attorney.
LAND SALE
By virtue of the power of sale con-
in two certain deeds of trust
executed and delivered by J. J. Cherry
and Wife. Mary J. Cherry, to C. S. Carr.
trustee, one dated March 22nd. 1913.
and recorded in Book E-10, page
In the Register of Deeds of Pitt
county, mid the other dated October
OF
North Carolina. Pitt County
in The Superior Court
J. W. Bailey,
vs.
Hebrew Jones, et 1913 recorded in the Register of
The defendants. Hebrew Jones and , . T.
acres of 1-----
tract, which land t , Superior m
township on the North side of county.
Tar river.
These notes fall due as follows.
January 1st, 1915, and on the 1st day
of January In each year and up to and
including January 1st. Interest
been paid on each of said notes to
January 1st. 1916. and a payment of
has been paid on the note due
January 1st, 1915.
the day of
when and where the
Cannon is to appeal
or demur to the complain., or the
relief will be granted.
This the 10th day of November,
J. D. COX,
Clerk Superior Court. Pitt County.
In the town
Beginning at C. T. corner
on Main street and running north-
with said
yards to C. T.
thence with R. W. B. F.
sucker's line yards, thence on Fourth Street near Fran.
with Mrs. Louisa Cox's line Wilson's Store
yards to Main street, thence eastward- l n , , ,
Joshua Jones above named In the en-
titled foregoing proceeding, will here
by take notice that a special proceed-
has been begun in tho Superior
court entitled by the
for permission and authority
to soil land belonging to the decease
intestates to create assets to pay the
debts owing and due by said Estate,
said defendants will further take
notice that they are required to
pear on. or before the 4th day of De-
ember. 1915. answer or demur to
the petition filed in the office of the
Clerk of Superior court, or the relief
demanded therein will be granted.
This tho 4th of November, 1915.
j D. cox.
Cl of Superior Court.
S. J. EVERETT, Attorney.
Deeds office of Pitt county In Book T-
page the undersigned will sell
for cash before tho Court House door
in Greenville at noon on,
Wednesday December 29th, 1915,
the following described town property,
situate in the Town of Greenville and
known lot No. In the plot of said
town, bounded on the North by Third
Street, on the East by th- T. R. Cher-
property, on the South by
property, and on the West by
Greene street. Said property is sold
to satisfy said two mortgages.
I This November 29th. 1915.
F G. JAMES SON, C. S. CARR.
Trustee.
This 29th day of November. 1915
THE FARMERS BANK-
JULIUS BROWN. Attorney.
OF
OF ATTACHMENT
North Pitt County
In t. e Cc
j. E. Cannon
vs.
T. E.
The defendant T. L. Cannon In the
entitled action
. Issued against he T
by J. D. Cox. of Sup
Court of Pitt Co North tar
me tho S.
of due for goods so Id
payments made to and for tie
defendant above named, n
to th. next
NOTICE OF SUMMONS AND WAR
RANT OF ATTACHMENT
North Carolina. Pitt Counts
In the Superior Court
J. B. Cannon, J. C. Jones J. I
trading as J. E. Cannon
Company.
vs.
T. E.
The defendant T. E. In the
above entitled action, will notice
that on the 3rd day 1915,
a in the above entitle action
was issued against the defendant r. B.
Cannon, by J. D. Cox. clerk of the Sup-
Court of Pitt North Car-
the plaintiff J. Cannon Com-
claiming the rum of duo
for goods sold and delivered, money
advanced or payments made to for
the defendant Shove name I. which
summons is returnable the next
arm of tho Superior court for I
to be held In North
Carolina,
The defendant, T. E. Cannon will also
notice n warrant Of attach-
You are
taking
your time
1.1. .
court for was Issued by the Clerk of tho
North ,,,;.
w, also of one tract Containing
Wit conn., on known . lot- and
About Purchasing that Buggy or Surry, but we cannot blame YOU for
privilege to make comparisons, get prices and take the best is offered for the least
ALL WE ASK IS THAT YOU CONSIDER US IN THE TRANSACTION
We have every at vie of Vehicle this locality demands. We make every vehicle we sell and
then tor months. If we do satisfy yon we will gladly refund your
We do not want patronage unless we can prove ourselves worthy of it.
Just give us a show
FLANAGAN BUGGY CO.
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N Mil
mAT, t,
WE WISH TO INVITE YOUR ATTENTION TO THE GRAND
Grand AUCTION SALE
MONDAY
December 6th, 1915
AT A. M.
WE HAVE SUBDIVIDED INTO IDEAL SMALL FARMS THE LAND NOW OWNED BY MAR
TIN WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT
Auction To The Highest
on Very Easy Terms
The is located 1-2 miles from on the and Whichard road, and is very desirable
fanning land, in a good neighborhood, and convenient to good schools and churches. This land will produce in
abundance fine crops of cotton, corn, peanuts and tobacco, and in fact all crops grown in this section.
is one building on the property complete, with all necessary out buildings, and a dwelling under way of con-
for each tract that will be sold.
THE A C. L. RAILROAD HAS PUT IN A SIDING ON THE PROPERTY, AND MAKES IT VERY CON
FOR SHIPPING PRODUCTS
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS NOW TO MEET US N THE GROUND
A Free Dinner will be Served to All Attending Sale
MUSIC WILL BE FURNISHED BY OUR OWN ALL STAR BRASS BAND
REMEMBER THAT THE SALE TAKES PLACE
Monday, December 6th, 1915, at 10.30 a. m,
Home Office; Greenville, North Carolina
PREMIER AUCTION I
THE
HEART OF
CAROLINA.
A POPULATION OP POUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
AND ONE. AND IS
ROUNDED BY THE BEST
FARM I NO COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES OP
KINDS ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HAVE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAY OF
LABOR, CAPITAL AND
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
AND NEWSPAPER
PLANT
ft-st . Wit . m.
WE A
UP TWELVE BUS
THE BESS
PEOPLE IN EASTERN
PART NORTH CARO-
LINA AND INVITE THOSE
WHO TO BET-
ACQUAINTED WITH
THESE PEOPLE IN
i BUSINESS WAY TO TARE
PEW SPACE AND
I ELL THEM WHAT YOU
TO Hit I a THEIR
ATTENTION.
O ADV E
HATES ARE LOW AND VAN
UPON
;.
F Kill Mi.
HI It
ATTEMPT CRUSH
ALLIED T
French Continue Bombard
The Whole German
Front.
LITTLE PEACE TALKS
Berlin Says French In Re-
of River
In Montenegro Has
Been Taken With Heavy
Losses On Both Sides, Is
Claimed.
Mr.
When the foreigner Jumps
among you and begins to make it
not by soiling inferior goods at
cheap prices you call on the pa-
per to aid you.
If the paper does not denounce
the practice from to
Last Chance you It is a
rotten rag.
You threaten to shoot the
tor on sight, or may be some-
thing like that, but do you give
the paper your support Do you
give it your work and a reason-
able amount of advertising, or
do you send it away to some
place
Why not do your part by the
paper and help to keep
ville Dollars In Greenville
SPEAKERS AGREE
I CHURCHES
TOO NUMEROUS
On And
Country Life Opened
This Morning.
PERCY CROSS IS
TO LECTURE HERE
NEXT
WRITER GIVES A
FACTS
Condemns The
j And Slaughter Sales
Alter Held Here
His Subject Will Be
European
The
PASTOR DANIEL
WAS RETURNED
AT COLUMBUS OHIO
Membership Is Too Small,
Say Preachers While The
Ministers Are Underpaid
of Tomorrow
Will Be a Community
Rather Than Sectarian.
LONDON, DEC. campaign
against the main Serbian armies
been closed, it is expected Gen-
Von with bis German
forces, will Join the Bulgarians In
Macedonia In an effort to crush the
French and British armies before they
become much stronger.
Information from Berlin Indicates
that the German forces engaged In
the earlier movements In the
have now been detached for the
pose of sharing in the attack on the
forces along the j
Southern Macedonian front. DIs-1
patches from Athens partially
orate this theory, as It is reported
two German divisions are
with the Bulgarians
There Is little report from the other
fronts save the usual minor opera-
The French, however, are carrying
on a particularly energetic bombard-
of the German lines In the
Champagne. In Mesopotamia the
Germans are beginning to show con-
Interest in the campaign,
which Is developing In favor of
Turkish allies.
It Is reported from Geneva that the
Germans under Field Marshal Von
Der are preparing an
campaign which will be directed
toward the Persian Gulf by way of
Further impetus Is given to peace
talk by the papal consistory at which
Pope Benedict delivered an address
calling upon the to make
a Just and Immediate peace.
The effect of the dismissal of the
German military and naval attaches
at Washington on the German public
Is not as the German
newspapers have not been permitted
la even bare facts of the
BERLIN, DEC. 8.-Via
war office announced today that the
forces in Southwestern Serbia,
near the river, have com-
to
The capture of
Is
The official on the Balkan
operations is as
Balkan of The city of
fifteen
miles th Serbian border, has
hen report Some 1.250 prisoners
were In.
am mi of a threatened
of their portions In the
the French
have been poi UP
th
Regarding on the
e-n and Ratters the official
of Near Ber-
Bin was
fully A French trench with
MAKES STUDY OF IT
Dr. Cross Will Deliver The
Lecture In The Court
Was In
England And Had
Much
The War.
List of Pastors This Dis-
Is Given
Below.
Rev. J. II. Daniel, pastor the local
Methodist church has returned to
Greenville from the conference which
was held lit Wilmington In-t week. It
will be gratifying to Mr. Daniel's many
friends here lo learn that he has boon
returned to this charge.
Following is the list of ministers and
their charges in this
Washington
C. I Bead, presiding elder,
Aurora W. K.
Ayden circuit, Daniel Jr.
Bath circuit. J. J.
Bethel circuit, H. E.
Kim City, U B.
circuit, S. T.
J. P.
Fremont circuit, J. U
Memorial, J. M.
Daniel.
circuit, W. II. Con-
stable.
circuit. Ivy T. Poole.
Mount Pleasant circuit. B. Perry.
Nashville circuit. J. W. Autry.
Rocky Church, R. C.
Craven; South Rocky Mount and
Clark Street, to be supplied; North
Rocky Mount, to be supplied.
Stantonsburg circuit, D. A. Futrell.
Stokes circuit, to be supplied.
Spring Hope circuit, W. T.
Swan Quarter circuit, R. B. Grant.
Tarboro, H. I. Glass.
Vanceboro circuit, W. J.
Washington, B. M. Sniper
Wilson. W. A.
HORSE WAS STOLEN
LAST NIGHT
A horse belonging to James
of Creek, was stolen fro a the
stables of Liberty warehouse some
time last night.
No clue has been learned will
give Information as to who purloined
the horse.
Its occupants was destroyed. All
my mine that had
most completed also M ad.
of In the
about HO Of an ad-
French trench was take- More
than sixty men fell our
The
DEC to
N. position of
force, the allies on the
peninsula Is growing
c-e-v Jay, to from
the winter the
re It
bring provisions the
Overseas agency say.
to The
COLUMBUS, O., DEC.
before the national conference of the
on Church and
Life here today agree that rural
churches ire too numerous and come-
inefficient, that their member-
ship Is small, that country preach-
are underpaid and their
among many
The convention, opened this morn-
with an address by
chairman of the commission, end will
continue through Friday evening when
President Wilson will speak Meet
lugs of the committee of the
Federal Council of Churches ire being
held simultaneously, and prominent
churchmen from every are here
church of tomorrow will be a
community rather than a sectarian
said Rev. W.
of Columbia. Mo., In an address
day of emphasis upon creedal
distinction It past. The neighbor-
hood division of religious Interests
keeps all the churches weak and in
religion. The church which
most adequately ministers to its whole
neighborhood will thrive best In the
rural communities of the future.
average community has from
three to seven churches within a
us of four miles from any given
Four miles Is an easy
and if every family were that
far from a church the distance would
not be too great. Duplication of
churches In one community prevents
any of the congregations
and the small church grows with
much greater difficulty than the large
one. a service by an
absentee raster leaves the church
of a strong nation-wide.
movement to prevent main-
of superfluous sectarian
churches, particularly In country dis-
The principal purpose of the rural
church Is to stimulate community
It among farmers and consequently
the church reform movement
definite Increase In material prosper-
according to Rev. B. A. Hutchison,
prominent civic worker of Pittsburgh,
and secretary of the home mission
board of the United Presbyterian
church.
The end of the country church
not of crops and h
is the production of men
for their personal character,
development of a community
In present
weakened condition of the
Church M an Institution, co-operation
is essential for the maintaining or
and standards of civic life. The
rural church should be the churches,
but with all organizations which aim
Ht the betterment Of
Miss Jessie Field of New York,
known the country as Corn
Rev. G. Cross will lecture In
the court house on Wednesday even-
December the fifteenth under the
auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of
the Christian church on tho subject,
European
Dr. Cross recently conducted a soul
stirring revival here and is well known
in Greenville. Besides being a preach-
of tho Gospel, he has won consider-
recognition as a
and can guarantee all who at-
tend a first class address.
Dr. Cross was born In but
came to this country when ho was
young. He has served In several
phases of life and knows what It Is.
Dr. Cross feels a peculiar Interest In
tho war as his birth country is
e I, and spend several hours each day
diligently studying the dis-
patches and keeping up with every
turn that Is made In Europe.
Dr. Cross is at present conducting
a revival In which by the
way, Is the second one that be has con-
ducted In that city recently. Ills ad-
In this section of the State are
many, and It is expected that a
crowd will turn out to hear his
when ho comes here.
Editor Greenville
After reading a recent issue of your
paper have come to the conclusion
I that m your efforts to boost, as well
as to make Greenville, what it should I
be, progressive, you have tori
your slogan.
tin do not profess to be
an expert at the art, or adept at
paper writing, but In words that I am
Webster would consider
plain l I can offer a suggestion,
If carried out, would do an
usual amount of good In regards to
beeping Greenville dollars In
I have traveled from one end
this Tar Heel State to the other and
feel I am in a position to slate,
that is soon us Greenville takes the
that other cities have taken in
regards to the matter that I am going
to refer to. and by some way, shape.
form or manner, passes some kind of
an act that will prevent certain mer-
chants, from holding farewell and an-1
Walter Clark, of Chicago,
Found Dead In
County Wood.
Walter Clark, of Chicago, aped
was found dead In the of
Hyde county yesterday, II la
ed that he died of heart failure while
on a hunting trip. Ha he'd Ms gun
tight hand
The body was to
today and will be shipped to
for burial.
W A In n rural
would means of
and women Useful to
will he more con-
tent with farm life If Is a com-
women's such as the V
W. C. she said.
Rev. Hubert P. Of Boston,
secretary of the national council of
congregational churches
country church from lack
spirit. II is never
easy to get tho community lo work
together. There many fends and
factions. Tho sectarian spirit
some families In attend church
the parish, but a real get-together
movement Miens churches will rent-
this
Other speakers today were Rev. W
F Kansas City; Prof
L. Earp. N. Pr. I B
Rev. Ward
Philadelphia; Albert K. Roberts.
New York; and W. O.
I Thompson Ohio State University
Columbus.
sales at least four or five
times a year, then and not until then
will there many, many dollars kept
In Greenville that Otherwise would be
sent to some far off land.
Tie word farewell signifies parting,
end that's just what happens to your
dollars spent at such sales. I can
state the case of a merchant an
who had a place of
i City who was in the
habit of holding farewell sales about
once every month. The last sale he
advertised thousand
worth goods at reduced prices.
A certain newspaper in that city had
the stock inventoried and the total
amount of stock In the whole store
. to than seven hundred
That merchant la now
I peanuts on one of the street corners.
Why because he can't gel a I
in the city lo do business In. As
lo whether ho is entitled to do business
In a city that is progressive, will let
Ute readers of this paper judge. I also
know o fa merchant right here In this
city an who has a
of business on your main street,
who professes to pay bills promptly,
but I can show a check that this man
cave In payment for a bill of goods
had been due for over a year, on
a certain bank, the chock cams back
marked, is the
money that la being paid to this man
by tho Is no
ling dollars Greenville
A I have staled, have been over
state an. I will what It
jukes make a real honest M good-
to date live oily, Greenville
it. and believe Mi or that
is Uh km a campaign
t,, In Green-
I.
The editor for
the statement made In of the
City for he
on do start of la
when the Was turned.
STOLE BUGGY
DUPING
New I
-s ; Quick
Disappearance.
This en one o'clock
and l stole n
from Tom
fa-m of J n end . i v
merchants bee
The buggy
ls last is n
habit of doing, but this morning II had
disappeared.
County Commissioners Elect
Officers Next
Fear.
CHAIRMAN
For Falkland And
Farmville Township Were
Sold At Good
Township lifts Bond
Issue For Roads
Much Work.
The Hoard of County
concluded their regular session yes-
with Hie election of for
the coming year, and with Hie making
of final arrangements other mat-
which are of great Importance
to the county as a whole.
Mr. S. A. Congleton resigned us
chairman of the board yesterday and
was succeeded by Mr. J. S. Boss, pro-
business man Ayden who is
well suited for we position. In the
resigning of Mr. Congleton, he stated
that he that owing to the
of able lo get to
Greenville as well as others be thought
that someone else would be better suit
led for the position. Mr.
has made u mighty line chairman for
the hoard and many were re-
lo lose him, but it was pointed
out that Mr. is well suited tor the
position.
County Attorney S J- Everett, who
has served the board well, and who
ranks as one of the best lawyers
sell as the surrounding
country, was reflected yesterday.
bonds Falkland and Farm
villa townships, thousand dollars
each, were sold yesterday at what the
county attorney today stated to be a
good price.
The election returns from Carolina
township to issue bonds for good
wore passed upon and Mr. J. Perk-
ins was appointed chairman
to see. that money In
expended where It will do the mow
benefit,
Sale of the Poor House properly
was yesterday authorized and the At-
Coast Realty company. Will, It
Is thought, this December lilt
Too much praise can be given
tho board of county commissioners tor
what they have dona the past year.
Since the present hoard has been In
such Improvement in this
have never been Been before have
been heralded, and the credit Is In a
large measure due Ibis board which
has served N well during Its term of
I office.
person on board has not
I considered any personality or
but has gone his work in
tie best Interest of the county.
It la only be hoped the MM
work can be continued on through
j this year.
FINED RECKLESS
AUTO DRIVER
Henry was tried In city
curl morning on a charge of
automobile driving and was
I was the man that ran hi
Ford In lo a horse and buggy In front
j of I sundry Saturday night
i II is that he turned from a aide
Dickinson avenue and wan
going SO ho could not keep
to the right and struck the
mm


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Eastern reflector, 3 December 1915
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The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
December 03, 1915
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