Eastern reflector, 9 December 1902






Don't fail to see me
before you buy
Guns, Shells, Stoves.
Heaters, Pumps,
Locks, Hinges.
And anything else in the Hardware
Your friend,
H. L CARR
THE OF DOMINICA.
YOU ARE
HUNTING
lasses to be found.
Q at
Something Nice
to go on your
you to go to
Johnston Bros.
it In all season yon will
find the be, and freshest goods
at our store. now we are
well-supplied in fruits of all
kinds. Undies, Pickles,
Canned Goods, Smoked
Meat, Laid and the best Mo
in fact anything you in the ray of
AFTER TWO HAVE BEEN PAID IX THE
HE
NEWARK, X. J-, YOUR POLICY HAS
Loan
Pa. I up
Extended Insurance that work automatically,
. I,
ii. Will re-instated i paid within, in month while you
are living, or within three after satisfactory evidence
of and payment of arrears Interest
second So Restriction. Incontestable.
Dividends are payable at t tie beginning of the and of each
year, provided the premium for the current year be paid.
They may be To reduce Premium, or
To Increase the In-nuance. or
To make policy payable as an during the lifetime
of insured.
J.
Greenville, N. C.
Three Times
the Value of
Any Other.
Third Easier,
One Third Faster.
Agents in all
territory.
Wilson Mfg Co.
Atlanta,
S. T. WHITE, Greenville, N. C.
. I . .
A colonial report on
Cf Interesting. Very
U the of
r. now almost who were In
of the smaller Wt
when the white wan
into that Baa Shew a
distinct It
bird to I In-
at from a Chinese child Some
year . had
drifted to Dominica de.-hired I
o be own people and married a
bred woman. The
showed no from the
type.
Today they have dropped their man
but In the sixteenth
they the Spanish main In
search of human food, and
alone are said to have taken
than men to be Though
Spaniard.
P-0.-S. or Arrows, were all meat to
yet seen, to
shown pr reread r
Davis. instance, in his Hue
of the us
that tested of
the nations mat and
that the Kr.-n.-u most
and the Spaniards an-
pr Bass, la one of
Us Jaunts In St appears In
hare overtaken OB road a coin
ho was i,
Um of Ills Journey by
st the or . human foot.
This gentleman only ate
he -she m the
The or
; of takes
author at
turns. .
tolls a
one of .
Bro
A relative of las
man In was lo out at one
time for n i Mock j
of of i
to whom the Intimated that
the two as
to hi. rent
required. The applicant gave the El I
one Dr. Far-
for
Dr. reply, n
on Ins merits of the
cam. wound up by the
on as a tenant s man
who not only a and a
good fellow, hut a member of tot
BY FATE OR
CHANCE
By HELEN M. QUINN f
. v
nil Am
Id om of a
MB worn
a the latter
at of
woman
up at hT.
Tired, K .
That it. and
It that I
l be of I um
-W.-ll. r. is I
to bar Jo -i tan span
l two tut Hi which
I like to
but I to know
your Jim-pi lam's
and II I
UM ti to
, ; as II
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r u pat on
II.
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p used m I be Mr
r m In, you mind
ii bi-r t-l mi
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i. he laid down
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The of a man's
la to be outlived. tin-
of bin f Iota
grow In u well the
power to tore In others, it
only w u few rare that
to love
to love and tin- man
richer in richer, I mean, at
a bank may said to grow rich,
and receiving after bit
head tn white lack and
to down Into duet
of

had nu early career that in many
recalls of Jacob
He ran away from home when
a and for found Ufa mighty
hard grabbing. He worked day
laborer, n lawyer, a cook and lighter-
man. Then beard fr.--
be obtained at and,
DO to pay for
be distance of
miles. Then be found he
a bead.
did you ask Bella to
With
she was going anyhow,
and didn't her to feel mean
aver Set.
II
; ;. ; Op m
, . it was ind he
p w. ii I there 1- I
in b- it j
want cultivation
He picked the other and Brat
u .
few lines bark j
bit wander e th Ho n
lo at the author's name
W be wild
ll s l coincident
He rend n ft
It U . than a
have
, 1,11.1
lure. Why.
If it were v--i.
Chi n then, hi but there
thing . never forgets, and bat
. . I our
o be turned to the lo
hit bond, but they were laid on
an, he with la forehead
resting on bin palm and but deep
eyes w hack through the
year's.
the little
It nil back t. two childish
f long ago, th
Ml into out of together, th bay
and who and
Roared each and joy
and wen loyal then the real-
youthful companion-
b i Into passionate
woman and deep
awakening bad brought
t- of How well he
and bet
ad.
grew troubled
be thought of the rift within the
and the quarrel and parting
brought a pride and
That Are years go, It
teemed if ha had just awakened
from n dream. Re had tried t-o
hard to forget until today almost
bad com lured that was toe-
reed boa all the old
Ore long years. It only for a
however She and
held out her hand.
abs said, and her
natural la a
Her tone of simple friendliness stag-
for be had quick to
note the effect greeting had on bar.
but she continued
you come
month ago. But tell me about
Are you living In New
am only here. My
m ill In and I am going
back tomorrow. I here
brae whole week, and I shall be
glad to get
she perfectly he
asked can she be so
matter of fact after all that
Once he had her in
her fort-head and bet and
now he did not lo touch
hand be lei her go this
yon he deeper
have been at you all
or she In a
tone.
have been reading your
He came to her. and bit
gray In silence.
How well that look
the that in the old days bad
seemed to read Bit
toM her now at they did then, all that
he nay, was other
rite ii m her face
., n q reading
her Into which the bad put
b of the ago their long ago.
do you of she
M h could.
of u writing and it
r be Interrupted, bis face
paling
remember
Harry
And he of what he was
made. quietly,
I did not know you were mar
AN OLD ADAGE
SAYS-
light parse Is a heavy
a purse.
The LIVER It the seal of
tenths of all disease.
Pills FuT
Hundley.
Richmond, Va.
The G Stock of Fine
and Medium
OLD DOMINION LIN
I h.-.-h
if sen lo Omaha kw
will us,
lie lo old
bar. .-nil
lie smile,
almost In a whisper,
Jut one Instant Ber mils
hand rested no-
that lips
bias
tr- lo is.
Sid n Bold Ber band
moment at
said Beep little
slipped from his iii
smiled and out Into the
I lure been he said t
as with
a sud hi. hand
nu eyes been
l She
Ber Bert I wonder Ah,
women Hut
was a wear In the
us he the
I trust crowds on
A week later n woman Basil by a
tiny stroked a feed
dear, make you as
happy us
glistened on the Could It
hate been a Perhaps she prayed
for her
an
go to the root of the whole mat-
thoroughly, quickly
and restore the action the
LIVER to normal condition.
Give tone to the system and
solid flesh to the body-
Take No Substitute------aw
With Satan
Oriel nail
We were In the win a re In the center
of the town of the
now shone feebly behind a
again by
i leaving the sky black Ink. The
air was balmy, and at times a few big
I drops of rain pattered on around.
I in the weal there were of
lightning and the of
; thunder,
. little and
tell how the v in barn and
I was wakened by inn lying low
In the bay other end. talking
; about robbing St. k church at
I B. ten mile away, and bow tel
out hour for
that you
; who then came into
j the from chapel
to bit
robber gone to git
liver St. church
at B Maggie beard
in the
Correspondence
Solicited.
E. Broad Street,
Richmond, Va.
in
J. ff. PERRY CO.
Norfolk, Va.
and of
; and
at A. M.
daily
fur Washington.
, sit with
Summers for Norfolk,
New York Boston,
I Aurora, South
. -n, sod
all for Weal with rail-
roads at
should by
I hi-Old Dominion Co.
New York; Clyde
Bay Line and
8.8. from Baltimore. Mar
from
Boston.
I. Set.,
K. C
J. K
t.
ATLANTIC COAST
SCHEDULES
AUGUST
No.
s in
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I am
am
-DEALER IX-
LINK OF
COME TO SEE ME.
J. R.
Daily
stands
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i nil Ar Norfolk l.
p m j
p ml
p as
m New York
No.
p m
p m
p m
p m
p m
a in
a m
a tn
p tn
In
not a ion
can lit-
He sue
lbs by sating she
wakes s of
in sad rolled In sugar.
This traditional breakfast of
Japan Is u of
PULLEY BOWED.
Special offerings in every department of our store.
into his heart, sad l- dinner, Is brought In on a
tho in spite
said.
lee her sod win bet
can not have the
day, w
ink,
heal her
cool, on
have written
i stuck la larger
form ff
The is way and hag too
and to this an offering special in I
off nice portion of selling mu guarantee II tor any your par
don't suit, we cheerfully refund your money.
36-inch Silk, every yard
guaranteed. get any-
thing -ilk, an I
matter what price
Taffeta We are
making a of this, and want
you lo compare it with other
silks; you will it as
good price only
yard
wool, in and light gray;
we have th very that
can lie hail to sell at
Kid
tan, mode, in fact all shades.
We take special pain in selection
these and give you
values in every pair at
inch all full bleached
Table line heavy and
heavy and fully worth SOc
cents, out price
Ladies Vest, full size, all seams
covered; they are the very
bent to he at
Wool Veils, fine
and if are looking for
something good I SC
cheap it .
One lot of fas, black
sold
ISa. our price now v
Lined
Slam lo
see these et
to
Lined
gray,
at h piece. them before
One lot to
out; former price, to
and DOW
One lot
prices from gO la
out at
One lot of Men's Top
some worth and sonic rents;
an lot nod
lie sold. The price i
We have the line of Lt-
mid Men's to be found
anywhere. Our boa is made
of high grade and If
to Tor
that can be had.
Our and lie
beaten sure ti
buy.
Lot of Mid
Shoes, Worth
1.50; to close out
Our line of Shoe ill
and f latest design;
prices are right.
Hal- A big line of men's and
in all the shapes.
that will nun y.
dim a great to
in bar hand, soft
as u-l
lay it .- tired
cane to her fr
j He from Ly
I Um I toy
card.
for Miss Kim,,
bring tier In In- said,
lug Hie curd the
laid d k took fr granted
that the lady Mrs White.
Wag it Who
knows
In a in in- beard Um
return, la could the faint
rustle n
bad In tie
and the light won dim.
lie looked up and
In the in her
white mid the
lost a more
than old. but
Jumped to feet for
ward, hut back to the light,
did a view of
hi face.
Sales King in
In n low voles, the old tones
thrilled inn
without he
held both hands.
For n moment the
left her; her
the in her turned
rel to white. That deep,
rotes bad power to more her after
red tray, drollest
The are In tiny cope with
among web
a prawn.
a with
and a chili After
are mere the
part of the Deal I begun, A wood-
en bowl bound with copper is
in filled to brim plainly
In water. the flower
of Japan tills her bowl, a
one. and. having mixed it with a
with gab, she then lifts
It to her month and It down
with the aid of her Thus
ends dinner.
lit i . nook.
I or at are
ax n farmer a
two acre ii f to
a certain out of print,
I tracked a to a lair In a street
not far from the
I don't to
aid the dealer. i must
must have It
It than you would rare
to
sold for a few ago
I won't sell it give
yon won't Mil -Would
you tune air Nor
nor It's worth t me as
to any one. I need It In my
I hers my opinion of n who
things to sell won't sell.- New
York Press
Ill ill
devil it Ink a Mid
he
lie win a
among yon wouldn't n tree
you
Constitution.
fl n's and
and in order o the stork of Clothing we offer-
it et i.- per lower than former we are going out of the Clothing
We have always to sell the best foods, rather than Isn't it worth
ii great deal to know her.- will be s you Just what It really in,
of people we Hie, aid th is be k ltd of w are Come to gee us
Is a ma
a-th. r ll
and all
ins t Um
two cunts.
i i,
ft
a- l
it very lo do- limbs. AI Hats
I con. by
Hurst than
a Mr. Wilson, an
on th in Flor-
aw
I s a. it
as. I bottles and
sow a I Is
I p a. u a
It baa
Truly.
S T.
r,
two ago I
had a of
t I pain
and was to my for St
tins I was
Mara-- a conductor
la-a hoard of
. two hot lira of
to II
and ins I on
A if but of
I wall
i la a a j .
I I of a of
.-as. by
four Is lows
D.
N. C.
Cotton Bagging
.-OB
kept so
Country
A trial will convince you.
D. W.
We all made n rush for the
mount id Mike on the best
horse And hint t
B to glee warning of lbs Intended
Borne two men would
better, there only tin
the other Mike
down pike for n
white toward lbs
In gloom, The we
of him on the of th- hill
beyond, by a
that up
Tim Murphy-
He'll the said
one the
her father;
no
the up to
wild Teddy
plate -if
By time It to to
ruin, and the lightning
and the thunder loud that we nil
went Into the Inn at the corner of the
and Kit there tippling for
when all of a Midden the door
.;. Mike whits as
a and with stag-
I, In sud Ml In a heap Into of
la ll. all
once. Mover a did
we g-t till we had poured two
of brandy down hit throat. Then h
stiffened up and told the
made a of three mile
the on in earnest.
There a of
thunder that couldn't beat
hoofs on the stones. Then
look up. sow to fast a bit
of sky moon In the
while the west was still black
storm. I, I
fair spot there angels Is a
at Satan In the storm
nit plate,
ye I felt happy a pig
In n hit of mud at
to
robbery. But what's that was hear-
In behind me- u of
hoofs I could hear It between the
th under, I looked
beck I It by a of
was
I knew be had come out to race
me to me
I dug Into me
belly laid on the whip,
to kill both the borne for the
church If might but the holy
But do what could the one
behind on me. I
at a mad pace, I plunged
down Into the hollow where the bridge
crosses the creek I looked up saw
a black cloud the exact of
tan's face, the two horns on
bead, over the moon. Then It
black all about me. I
couldn't see a yard me.
I on to the bridge me
horse stumbled on u loose plank,
shot his head. I could hear the
shoot by me. though a bit
Sf could see for the darkness,
as he clattered up there
back to me laugh. Then I
knew he'd got of me,
me horse had gone lama, what
could do hut lead him
said
been scared by one In the
robbers. Why didn't we
It it ye don't believe
my story There's proof of It. Satan
as he by me threw at
mo that caught on me horse's ear,
that own
Are It
flared out after the dark
heck. outside get
with a growl, iron out and
In another moment came in. holding
op something hanging to a chain.
cried crowd.
a rosary
There, true was a string of
heeds, to was suspended a
cross.
Now how It that the devil
s rosary one could tell. In
truth, some believed that it wasn't
devil at all. said it was some, VI.
one who knew Mike -1 Cotton Buyers and Brokers In
ion determined to Stocks, Grain and
bis rescuing the church. Ai any Wire to New York,
we were all of a shiver at the mystery. Chicago and New Orleans.
It was o'clock we got
explanation. were going across
the to our homes when Father
rode up. covered with mud,
and told us he had been to and
given warning, and robbers
were caught lo the
I lost my he added. l
think It la leaning over to see the
F A
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Ar pm
a pm
s a m
p a m
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p m
YOU WANT
etc., go to
Mrs. L. H. WHITE,
Jack, X.
Pullman and Cars
on Nos. to and Jack-
II. H. W. J. I
Cm. Pass. ArI.
T. M. T. M.
K. C
every
day, ,,
J. N. Booth, pastor.
school a. in. M. A. Allen
j every s
evening.
I Wednesday evening. Rev
H. M.
L. H.
San
day school a. m. K. B.
W. E. Cm,
Minister. Horning and
with sermon every 1st
and 3rd Sunday. Lay services
every 2nd and 4th Sunday.
Sunday school a. m., W. B.
Brown, Litany
every Wednesday a. m.
second,
and fourth Sunday in each month
meeting Wednesday night.
Rev. D. W. Davis, pastor. San-
day school P. M., W. R. Par-
.
Nice
I cf goods i. Prices low
fr cash or in
IN
Whichard, N. C.
The complete in every de
prices low the
lowest. Highest market prices
paid country produce.
J. C.
American and Italian Marble
N, C.
wire and Iron Sold.
work and priors
i i on
A. F. A.
No. meets
third Monday evening.
W. M., J. M.
K. River Lodge, No.
every Wednesday evening.
W. H. V. M. Hook-
K. of R. and S.
I. O. O. F. Lodge,
No. every
evening. W. S. Atkins, N. O.,
D. D.
R. A. Zeb Vance Council. No.
1696, meets every Thursday even-
W. B. Wilson, Secretary, J.
S. Tunstall. Regent.
A.
No. meet every first and third
Thursday night in Odd Fellows
Hall. J. Z. Gardner, Worthy
D, B. Smith
I. O. Conclave
No. meets every second and
fourth Monday in Odd
lows Hall. W. B. Wilson
D. Smith Sec.
D James,
COUNTY OFFICERS.
Clerk Superior Court, D. C.
Moore.
Sheriff, O. W. Harrington.
of Deeds, R. Williams.
Treasurer, J. B. Cherry.
Coroner, C. Laughing-
house.
Surveyor, J. D. Cox.
J. J. Elks, W.
W. R. Home, J. R. J.
W. Page and J. Spier.
meets every first Monday.
TOWN OFFICERS.
Mayor, H. W. Whedbee,
Treasurer, H. L.
Clerk, J. Tyson.
Collector, C.
Police, J. T. Smith chief, W. H.
I. Dudley.
Aldermen, D S. L. O.
, , Charles B F. Pat-
i rick, K. B. R. L. Carr,
W r a.
PATENTS
You Write
a i latter toe vary
member of the beat
lies in Flu when
you in
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Manufacturing Stationers
Commercial Printers , School
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VOL.
GREENVILLE, PITT COUNTY, N C, DECEMBER 1902.
Car
I I CHI. of Children During
Only the Host
Dependable Fabrics
Best Method to the En- week .,
in nun A the
of Children During talking will, I
the Present Term Ur. T . M.
-I.,,, ,.,. .,.
in I. hi,,,.
Talk with them their
.
d-
shake sin, ,,., u ladle
all the
i.;.
cities Children with great phys-j ,. .,.
whose bodies , out band,
.- l-r hundred
Arc utilized in making the gar-
that we sell for both men
and is allowed
pass that dots not Certain Hi hey do
., , . . . . ,.,. J to whirl, j in ill agree.
high standards of durability and , ,, ,,.,. ,,,,, .
win ll. ,., .
l I . Ill
. . . ,.,, mans
i pi ,. l- . ,. .,, .
I- o, and we T
every garment sold. Therefore V Z
. ; Mi.
Hie v
Decide to End
Bond Litigation and Begin
New Fight
I I of Aldermen in
gal. i session but day night
all the in- in,, i- present.
Tl i. i the reel
lee the -inn. t. be in
h- bud r as was
for I hem in owing lo
the n
Hie
I he opening
. in h i u eat
pot, a
in Henry
a hie i e would
pun The
n- I he
might i I be minds of I'm . ;. a adopted, ll
you do not rake my risk when
,., T Z
Le. us show you how we a ff f S
Hie ;, . ,., .
save you money on your business
I have the
or dress clothing, and on your ii,,,., register , ,. the is
, . I w,, ,.,,,. and a list the children .
allow
remedy for irregular attend
will give us
, nu. Mr, , .
lea.-l u Hie ,.,, Um i
will ,,. e.,,;, at .
laws and such a semi-
ought lo be lull
Ricks Wilkins
i i ;.
I in iv pie
Ion . by
i no ask in- Dim
g works in n so
.- ;., g . an-
mil in-. e lire v
n ml ; t . Hie
In i o ,,,.
in I lit- . Hie mi-
ll i i was i.,
.-
. .
. 7--r
the as will i. . e ,
; . A-k.,.,.,,.,, for a men, . ,. .
A, present, he
of the .
-l v ;,. ,,,, he
teacher will get he
,. K oil bis side, I . i , M. , .
. . . .
,,.,, ., the of ., ,, . . .- p, ,,,,,.
from the day to la-l Ian. . i tram,
be V.
the above
V i O
n World
I hill he he
1.1 pay Hie pine, lie have
the
II.;
end
v III .- me be
p i., Inn
latter
-cud week ,.,,. I- help ,.
post ,.,,.,. s
lime
ever, T
l-oral have an- i. .,.,
; . I,, in
pay.,,,,,
ill all
. J N- An .,. mm-
. ; load , ., i.,,,,
II, ii,,.
Tax by School ,,,,. ,,,.,.
ma e, lo i i . , ,
mil .-. -.- ml i.-, on
u l. i.- also j
j in .
and s. ,.,, , i i . ,,,,, , m , III a
and school . and than fund a
later. lo is bill tn he submitted
nm
Take the advantage
. .
Make all the Milling work n In ,. supple. fund after in the
possible the Ural those living in a pin Board
in
i school,
Appoint inlay,
Hie last
jibe school classifying
a, ii m ,.,, ,.,.
ii. Work and .
ten it willing A
.
SALE KY
in n like way lo add I a , ,.
hare of a, the term, i tin
i la . do I , ; ,.
f. i la-l Hull la. . ,.,. , f . v
I, . i ,.,,,,. j,, . . i. . ,,,,
lo bi . r. ml . i . . . i. . , . the ml . ,, . .- ,,, ,,,,
This will l
ton in,,, and
fur careful
than lie .
Hi. school begun -I en
lo work leach-
BAKER
m, . Ask
i ks ,. . I I . I ,
el , i el I ,.,, . . . ,
o -r. th. . . . . j
. . . . r in
a a. , . . . , ,
I nil i, . ,.,
books used and
nine parents with
,,,,. . , oilier M ii
As the are i .,
. , I I i., ,, ii.
M addition to the best stoves in the world give n ., ,. .
showing ,, ,, ,.,
. . i ii
o, ,,, ;, , , , ,, .
slates, pen . ,.;
carry everything you may expect to find in a hard-
ware
Packing for Steam and Water Pipes is
decidedly the best thing of the kind we
have ever handled. Call and examine it.
The Proof of Doing is in What We Do.
Greenville Warehouse
that is not borne out facts. An average
Of for everything sold on our month
does own talking about what Man and
the res of do for those who sell at
Warehouse. You only have to try to be convinced that tie
will get the highest prices every time.
Q. F. EVANS A CO ,
k s Proprietors Warehouse.
b;
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In sell is . lei n,
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have Hie same i. aid
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GREENVILLE,
NORTH CAROLINA.
Christmas
is Drawing Near,
And come for think
mat yon shall give your loved ones.
We think ire can help yon if yon are
in doubt, Co- we have a beautiful lot of
goods for you to select
that are pretty and practical,
mental and showing distinct-
unrivaled. Now is
time to select Christmas gifts.
They are here today but may be gone
tomorrow.
line of Fancy Rocking Chain, all
and other Furniture, la con
Our and
Novelties range In from to
15.00. We think we have the largest
stuck of Dolls in the town, and
our low.
Oh Mr. Santa Claus-
have Candies, Oranges,
Apples, Pigs,
made that i i yet XV,
new and fresh Our Nuts and
corr, nothing
in in, but very Om-
Depart is led needed
for the table,
J. B. CHERRY
Greenville's Great
Department Store.
This winter air
I- n reminder the holiday
season i-. here. I am ready for
v ill, attractive line of
HOLIDAY GOODS
The handsomest assortment tube
found been selected especially for
holiday trade.
If ever and I
I Is. I tH j, ,,,.;, ,., .
ill for parlor, bed room,
dining room, bail, or corner.
China and Bisque Ware
serviceable.
will like
Cut Glass, Silver an
Oar line iron, II.
Raleigh, whose fame for Col
ware and extends
sun. you ill prettier.
Taken all I hate never had
a better can
found store I his season.
Come make
lion.
Mrs M. If.
however, Improved
Imported
t I
after, days wort s,, la Craw,
with Hie help of a .,,.,.,.,,., . , ,
. I and Th.
iris will ti. realm, when On l of business
i Hues,,,. The and a half million which
Ms Ibis, The
fail that lays and hare chamber In iii loath oil
will la ,,
and . ,
. , m
hied in it.
Many will not
the In lo gel hi.
i , . . A law ,
spend the of a goes at . a he
Hie heal North has Invested
bank has lathe her eons
and paying com
I. n previous for the
statement., ll -peak- well hath years. You what
far the bank and f, auto.,,, ,,, v
lit U i.,. I. . J I
Don't be too late for the Christ-
mas Number of the Daily Re-
December
A It K V U I. attention to details in our Job Depart-
is shown i high class of work we are
tinning out. We have the beat equipped
do a class of printing hardly in this section.
If you are particular to quality of
printing, we want your work. We give the best.
Only one kind of Best- at
THE REFLECTOR Priming House, Greenville.





REFLECTOR.
GREEN N. C.
D. I. aD
the t N.
J mail matter.
TUESDAY, DEC . 1902
trust haven't
so at yon would
notice it.
Congress tells the Virginia
that it will attend to their
after a while.
The president's COUNTY
congress Tuesday was quite
lengthy paper, though loaf Proceedings the Board
as some that have it. bounty Commissioners.
From a republican it
be regarded as la OLD BOARDS LAST MEETING,
can see much fudging
of issues in . How The Oath to
ever, he clothed it in such
to make it read as well
literary production. The old Board or
in met Monday. let,
If you are tired of life have K. L. Davit, J. J.
any scruples about committing L and
. . . , , , being present.
you might join an amateur
toe following orders
County
Officer.
The bird that escaped the
Thanksgiving slaughter has a
martyrdom at Christ-
mas.
football team. All got to
do is to leave off the sheet
on the For
County Home fist.;
armor. If yon don't want to com bridge and ferry 166.16; guarding
to such criminal
elections of Deeds
What do these people who are
agitating the dog tax matter want
more money or fewer
Durham Herald.
Both.
negligence you might wear the
armor and still have several
of your neck
broken.
The president's message was
commendable in one
was short enough to save a lot of
good paper that may be used
wrap up herrings.
142.82; Commissioners
The members of the
new of elect
came f.; ward at and qualified;
W. It. Home, J. J. J. It.
J. W. Page.
member. -1. K. Spier. Bat
on account of sickness. W . K.
was chairman
Coughed
bid most stubborn
for many years, deprived me
sleep and I very Ibis.
Cherry Pectoral,
and was quickly
R. N. Minn. Fall Mills, Tenn.
Sixty years of cures
and such testimony as the
above have taught us what
Cherry Pectoral
will do.
We Know it's the great-
est cough remedy ever
made. And you will say
so, too, after you try it.
There's cure in every drop.
Tim . . II
u i
it.
I. II TOW BOt
I II U
.
Harrington,
Barber Co.
ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
SANTA
Everything you want in
Confectioneries. Also Toys
and Fireworks. Come to
see u.-. We will be pleased
to serve you at prices as
low as the lowest.
Yours to please,
HARRINGTON, BARBER CO.
Winterville, N. C.
HEARNE CO.
Groceries, Provisions, Country Produce,
Fruits, Candies, Tobacco and Cigars.
Agents for Wilbur's Horse, Cattle and Poultry Food.
Fruit Jars.
for bring back stuff your dollar.
Vick may all
the president requires for the
eligibility of a colored man to
office. character, ability, and protein,
service to the party may entitle
to political and as
TOBACCO TRADE
Endorse the Reflector's Demand
Additional Train Service.
Fresh Gossip From Near-by Vicinities
by Our Correspondent and
. , , ,. Reported tor REFLECTOR Reader.
TOBACCO BOARD OF TRADE
Have You Forgot
What
THAT I AM STILL CARRYING
LINE OF
AN
I to to
bond Secure an
which was Condition. NEWSY HAPPENINGS AND BUSINESS
NOTES.
Why do roosters crow earlier
the night than usual when Christ-
mas approaches We would like
for the Charlotte Observer to hunt
an answer to this.
the sum of
pie as the appetite of the . ,, ,,. f .,.,.
politician requires to keep
its owner in serviceable trim. board adjourned for Al a of X. Dee.
all of which we fail to discover until o'clock, Tobacco Board of Trade, held Ml The boy, have already
reasons why following orders on Hie 1.1 the following cars of holly and are loading
the treasurer were were adopted-
He-oiled, that it is the sense Addle was called lo
Wilson. in order to herb
and facilitate
anything against the
he should not postmaster at
has endorsed the action .
in appointing come to the voters among
strike and en-
of 850.000 constituency, surely it
fray the expenses of the
. eluded the maneuvers of the
campaign. If it was
this town on of color the poor
will have to rummage
If there is any consolation yet bridges and ferries
court House
It Register of Deed
ft. BO;
law territory
and Intel-
it of and
we adopt and
Hit- ill Seven Thurs-
m account the
her mother. is a
student in school here.
J. II. Jackson,
the appeared In I ha, been pending some days
Daily of lb with his people, returned
of health last, relative to the
. , , . on increasing the II. I,. Hamilton that
presented Ins report. i .,. ,,
The following pen,,,,, were re- and passenger service e, hi. entire garden fence was blown
leased from Ml tax for railroad running from W down by Hie strong wind
Walter Click. W.
K. Joseph Forbes,
Allowance of I. Simmons, pan
was increased to per
A strange, striking this town I not on m p. Ruck. W. . w him
just utter a big shower would be fellows will have to rummage fa h ., we thank Mr. Which- mat WU the of not using
hard to convince that any sort of amongst the musty and . , ,. said article, and urge wire fence. II II probably take
an effort looking toward street in. odd. and ends of republican par- of ,. Simmons, other Mr. Hamilton to get
an the town to cooperate in shape again, all of
here had ever had to chicanery a long tune per, was Increased to .,,, , ,,., , .,., ,,,,,,,
buck up against an action. to discover an that train . of plank A. II
will not disfigure the situation. other better than Ike bad Col Mfg. besides making
sent to county home. . i .
If the North Carolina exhibition I , elect, and gulden height Bin make
Louis wants to make itself j. Board of Aldermen have, tendered hit official bond which
were accepted and the oath y Corporation Com
him in two or
days getting holly. Several
from lo
Mr Guilford Moore, from near
was town yesterday.
coming already for
several planters for
January lat Remember
however our Tar Heel and
Oak A. wagons and carts are being
turned out daily and our wire
fence machines are running daily.
Come to see Cox Mfg.
Co.
We came very near having a
serious accident Wednesday, As
Warren Coward, firemen,
tilling up One Of the furnaces with
wood, a pipe bunted lining the
furnace with steam and water.
The doors were blown open and is making his
Coward was knocked down by the for
hot water, lie was badly scalded
and has not been able to get out
since.
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Shoes
Hats, Shirts, Pants, Hardware
T Tl T A OF OTHER THING
WHICH I AM TO
Come to see me for your next Barrel of Floor or Pork.
Yours to please-
Jas. B. White.
Santa Claus
Confectioneries Fruits
famous let the managers scud up a aced
few photographs of
avenue an an illustration of a Tar
Heel turnpike in Us palmiest days.
aid
bond matter starting anew to
ward securing public Improve-
At their meeting
are some special
along now Remember
office administered.
The following town. ,,.,. Chair-
their official bond , of the Carolina
accepted and the oath ration Commission and Stale Tax
The action of the Board of Al-
in for the
of the city limits was
the right thing to do, but the Al-
should have gone further
and taken in our suburb,
day night a resolution was adopted office administered to
to stop the suit now pending against J. W. linker. Greenville.
the town restraining the issue of;
by
Legislature of to refund the
taxes collected last year as
est on these bonds, and also to
pare new bills to go before the
It will be noticed that the pres- Legislature to permit the town
carefully avoids the bond for public improve
question in his message. Perhaps and graded To have
for the reason that let- the old matter on further
arc more apt to get like accomplishing nothing.
no one predict when the office administered.
end of the litigation would be
reached. TO wipe out the old mat-
removes the feeling that has
iii aroused and the people can
become for improvements.
Pr
Commission, gave to the press
which the
will make to I be next
embraced in their
forthcoming report. The
given out are
principally regard to changes
in he lax rate Hie system gen
ill
. the of personal
exemptions from to
John l. surveyor elect, ., d that law be
ins official bonds which an that the poll tax
i- accepted and the oath
tiny Smith, Falkland.
J. B. Carolina.
Joseph
John U Galloway,
J. H. Overton,
c Pollard,
I. II. Cox. Swift Creek.
I Heaver Ham
M Bullock, Bethel.
K V. Belcher, Farmville.
O. Harrington, sheriff elect,
presented bis official bonds which
Mr. Roosevelt may be a little
slow finding out just what Mr.
Pritchard is driving at, but if he
doesn't learn all about it the
long run a whole lot of editorial
hall not exceed
and no poll tax
shall he levied for municipal par-
pare.
important
were accepted and oath
office
I c Moore. Clerk
Coil it elect, presented his official tuned 2-8 cents
tin
Atwood is home from
Norfolk where he been attend-
Our Worth
was married
afternoon at four o'clock to
Miss Bertha at the home
the bride's lain, r, Man-
near M.
Blow, J. of this place officiated.
A merry party I dozen
or more drove here
where a nice supper was
at the gloom's
The couple have
heal
II. has his farm
will move bis family lo low n I ill- Monday.
a few days.
with his son lo help
Dec. ,
Mrs. Oboe. and child
went Saturday
and returned Sunday.
Mi-s Annie
county.
Mi-s spent Mini
day night with her Hi. lira.
Chan.
Miss Pail spent Thursday
afternoon with Mies Anna
J. A. to
Sunday
JOHNSTON BROS
have a full supply of everything in this line
fur the little folks and the large ones, too. The
largest assortment of in town Nuts,
Apples, Oranges,
Figs, to.
They also have thing nice In the way of
for your
Jellies, Pickles, Prunes, the best of
Flour, the finest in fact anything usually
found in a first class grocery. You only have to
call or ring phone and your wants will be
promptly supplied.
JOHNSTON BROS.
, any way
mix raj land, la
j. ii
LAMP
all hereby
Jerome spent Sunday lo bunt or
over the river
II. Langston vent lo Green-
t Hie Monday.
Miss Delia Smith went to
Wednesday and
morning.
M. Moseley. a cotton buyer
of den, was out here
Chas. wool to Green
, who are Indebted to the
Pitt county arc
led to forward t
lion the rate of taxation for
lie and county purpose- i.
space will have been used up to at ,
mighty little purpose. ones, that the Improvements con
We understand that the new bills which was accepted and the ti,
will provide for a smaller issue of o it l office in
We'll bet a pint of pumper
nickel against a peck of pickled . of the
that the homeliest old
A Cold Wilt.
of a sudden change . . ,, , . , .
i weather serve, notice that a all of food, .-
. heavy cough and the
ti heal h digestive organs. Cure
the rate of Stale, own ,
tax shall not pie have a Hue Minute and make rich red blood,
Cough Cure always at band. E. strength.
II. tissues,
I am to Due
maid who ever sported a corkscrew
curl couldn't be hired to kiss the,
Virginia legislator who Introduced
a bill to prohibit kissing.
tax
c it'll.
elect presented his official bond
which was accepted and the oat exceed
will be inaugurated one of administered.
at the time and that a board
la and lax fr Stale and pension purposes, , . , . .
,. in levied Colds,
the
Jerome spent Monday I
Pitt County. I
L. J. Chapman, of Jut
cob Brook.
vs.
William
l line
Council Mary
Brooks. Fred
John June
The above will
lake notice an
above baa been commenced in the
Pitt
following a of the
number of of the Hoard of
of Pill
of . in r hath
el; number miles and
for at com-
missioners for the rival year ending
December 1st. 1901,
. .
It. I. bulb day
i o
O.
L. J. Chapman
J. J.
K. L.
For days as com. If .
traveled
of the money.
valuation
i will also be a i. One Minnie em and sweetens the stomach, court Pitt county lo sell for
IV re that be had Ion that there be no Cough Cure for my present Dov. W. Atkinson, Va, , n, null of land Swift
laud Swift tax for State and health, and probably my says
Creek
by Jacob
Editor.
Bring ii later-., or
bring us chickens, young or
, i bring or pork, or
the people who
the president's message what
silver, us gold;
bring US green
bring
t bring us
they get out of it and those bring us fodder, corn el
who read it for what they could bring us fruit Of all description,
gel into it, Lloyd will have a bring any day. Bring
i . . . Chinese beans, or oats, or pumpkin--,
good chance to work on. a fl
will conceit ,
out of the fellow who solved the .,
famous larder's gating empty,
a mi franchises, s
i- and some licenses,
a petition presented asking for instance, as the liquor
r i be completion of a public road There will be a further
between Ike of and that the taxes fol
revenue to the an
j. Harrington and c. K. for municipal purposes Many
Fleming a lie vote, be derived a general
each, for keeper. The now levied on a bank,
election was postponed until next
all
Lang troubles. Due
Mi Cough Cine cuts the
phlegm, draws out
heals Hid soothes
and
lung
, j. . .,, r n
to be a very and, indeed, m take no.
powerful remedy f
stomach
Hue required l
I men, it lo the clerk Superior court
In
L,
Jumping a summer retort board
837.80
st
For days .
For day a.,
For traveled
821.40
Total,
amount w. o.
dais H com. A 884.00
For f day. us
For traveled
Total,
I. I.
For days as com M.
For a . a. 8.00
For i.
Total,
bill is ,
way to a retreat.
the court House In ,
d. J
and or demur m the petition in i M

to the Court relief in
bald
a man's be
of bis balance, In ;
go to school; and our seem
,. as
stay our
hunter e'en an hour For the
larder's gating empty, and the
cash is running our papal
I, has Undiscovered that Mr. soon be me. for the
i paper's got to go. Our store bills
Wise, of Virginia, was not in
that State. That may be a mat-
of indifference to Mr.
fact that has bring its anything
taken trouble to it out you have to eat, trade, or wear;
. , 8.1 I lean, i tr I. MOD
be a warning to him, he I
,, , u square. We need
i. to pose as the solitary friend of to ,
the black man that common-,
wealth. to build, for Mil we'll feel
blue. time are dull
It docs readily occur to Ml M am, ,
that there is at. for . f. ,
an English for receive the praise,
Is that the president's, pay for advertising,
and the like; and keep the
enterprise from want, and going
on a strike.
W. B. Home and II. A.
were appointed a committee to ex.
mine report of county official
for the year ending l-t
j. Smith was elected
dent of the home for
one year.
It. Barnaul and J. J.
were appointed a committee lo visit
count home and report at next
J. H. appointed
to
Villa bridge dam.
licenses be divided between
and
P.,.
It takes the divorce judges to
unman a woman.
.,.
. XX.
and retail Grocer and
lire Dealer. Cash paid
Hides, Fur. Cotton Meed, Oil Bar
re's, Turkey, etc. Bod
steads, Oak Units, Ha
To runt
Wu-hi Dec. -J. Pier-
Morgan and
, i lie have engaged
suit of
here for the
la
Ever, thing I. in the when by Carriage.,,
come to Witch Salve Sales, P. incurred t
Hill,
U.
Clerk Superior court.
A black yearling has ban my
took May, The
is marked with two In
right ear In
U sous,
888.40
Total all,., hard,
of Pitt I
i, f, it
Hoard
county do
i.
This of J
large
, Piles,
till- the great .,, ,,
Greenville, aide of river.
H C Co., Of I and Gail Ax JOHNSON,
year ago, how Life Key West A, u. Johnson S
i from Witch
in a leading hotel that la a for pile.
Blind, Helling and Syrup, Jell Milk,
burn. Coffee, Meat, Soap,
and all Oil,, i upon the
money of the will ,,,. no This Meal and Hull, Oar- ,,,,. f eases., ha
age relentless the baa given to worth, oranges, Apples, Nut,
less Ask for De Dried Apples, Peaches,
Win's genuine. J. b
inn trust bill. Au
prop ,
lat ion. The
committee to investigate
L, W was appointed
beeper of Greenville bridge.
N. w. Tyson, guardian of
llama was from pay-
of taxes on 87.10 of lauds
Ibis d Issued to under-
by the Clerk
Court of Pitt County, notice is hereby
given lo all having
China are, I , aid to present them to
Ware, and undersigned, duly and
Cars are often loaded, but r,, B.-l Butter, New payment on or before
Prune,
effort will id., oft pub- -Inks to water and dots all
the work.
A fat always has more
troubles he has
We'll our vol.
Mimed
Do Wednesday evening.
message
Or doe the variation come
I ,, u . r tun V --.-.--. B
reading the lineal Would you, and sing i-r the borrow
It not I better lo lb. I only hustle In parents in II
he grub and bring it good Mr. Joseph as a ft
Be -ere married, . adversity
Blow, J. P., with
Deaf and dumb brides are nu
happy. continuous
is ridiculous teeth.
a wig i the head it covers.
Fortunate II the young man who
a full set f habits.
Machines, and nu
Quality and
for cab. Com
i me
S. M
usual with a few simple
rule of Interpretation, and a com
peal.
Malaria Ever have it Know all about
it Want to get it Take
Malaria and Ague Cure.
1881 or this
will Is- plead bar of their re-
All indebted to said
will make lo the
I. I'll,
Tills ill Son lilts i.
It. DAVIS,
It. L.
of Kit Williams, deed
Notice la hereby given dial I will
make application the Hoard of
at
in January,
for lo retail liquor t
i Nov. Wan,
CO
It.
re, for Pill Co.
E.
Fannie Badger, , , .,.,
K. l
Mr. C.
J. It.
and
a V
bi
And . J
will further take no de
required u. appear f
In
of December. gM
the B
on. or the el In . d
Court for w II
the
C.
IVar.
Hen's
Winter
UNDERWEAR
We believe that we can lit plea-e every
man with Underwear. We ran lit the part,
too, with a wide range variety cf juices.
Prices don't go so as in
stores. That is. we know where draw
Hash. Cotton, wool, or half
and half. . , 1.00, 1.60 19.00
per garment. The boat of Winter Under-
wear is here. WE NO SEC-
you don't have to give it t,.
your younger brother after the first washing
in other words, Its the
kind. Come here for your Winter Under-
wear and you won't go astray.
burnt.
Mai tat were to
the the
i hall of I
MOUNTAIN
GIRL'S LOVE
I. II. .
I., I
FRANK WILSON,
The King Clothier.
THE EASTERN REFLECTOR.
NOTES
NOTICE.
ii hare
tr mi r in 1.1
you I R
for w
rule u We m-el mini
YOU owe you will ml
fur it
notice in fur
mm k t
-.-. i
SHORT LOCAL ITEMS
Snap shuts at Home News Put
la Few Word, tor Busy Headers
. . .
The Idea- big
night.
For red an-
ides, at M.
train got away
night, in boar it
half late.
The tobacco
Bill close for the holiday from
Friday, Dec 10th to Jan
thought nearly
all of crop bed
hut it is i-t ill coining lo
large
The lire happy, they can
hoot And
tow ii will bare to iii
is ex peel id for
will he
out the so as to he
renewed before
of T. It.
din
lug the year ending with
lier. He they were
divided
Dr. Bye specialist front
Atlanta.
ton until Dec 30th All who
and need
will I-e pleased if I hey call lo see
Hut intact inn in
mends him. Office come.
and Market
t-,
TO
J Uriel Mention of People Met
t With In the Social World
M. t- -M- . X M J
-a . J.
THURSDAY,
lie left
Danville,
A. K. Tucker vat
the today.
J T. ,
John
Mai
, Kittrell.
Minnie L.
and Mary Daniel.
Daniel and
Daniel.
I o
bur.
John Hates and Adelaide
Baker and Dora yd.
B, I. and Pool
Pm
Wednesday evening la-c.
Lee w. ii.
his
by giving a very enjoyable, inter-
game of Ping out.
to his many little
of Greenville, In which
thirty participated. After a
of games acre played
it vet found Miss En
too had the prize and she
with a
alter all repaired to
the room
ail kinds of fruit.
acre appropriately carried
out, dining loom pink, vita
ping every
eleven
departed, Mr. on
happy return
AH
B. i vat
in city today.
Bar. n.
who has bean tick
fever, i. aide to be
I with again to urge upon
teacher of
of attending the
,, , De. . is
meeting, and
nine weeks with would line lo sec every teacher in
aW. county present,
Mis. T. W. and sister, last was a very rainy day
Mitt Nannie, of yet we had a number present
today. ,, ,. of ,, ,
Hon. It. K. of Washington, attended. You afford lo miss
came in today. will please hi,
here to learn that hi
will remain several
V. A.
visitor His
his former
home, are glad to
him his native
these if you
interest your work and expect
to remain in teaching business,
was a j,,., attend.
We shall Biped yOU all next
Saturday. Gel by
O'clock. W. II.
Schools.
;,,
Fred f ix went i
Jack returned Norfolk
T. II.
this i
B.
night
rel
A.
in
i. A. to
Skinner
lay from
Dr. J. I,. Woolen is having a
root put his residence.
Miss Minnie returned
even-
lag.
I. Moore home
I his from Snow Hill
Died
Joseph Jr. ton
Mr. inn. Ml. Joseph Move,
died Friday at
o'clock morning in
Hill cemetery. con-
at the grave by N.
Booth. The pall bearers
Messrs. J. I. W,
sou, A II. V.
House The patents have
the of many in
their
There will soon in
the firm the John
Co., and nil
led lo us me t,, at
l to doing you will save
I yourself
It.
an.
P. Brown, of
ha- been relatives
left fin Thursday
evening.
vent lo
S. P. and s. w.
town today,
went lo Tarboro n printed
which for i
was result of .
T. T. Candler, of Asheville, he priority
were In
N. C.
Pear sir; I,. Can bus taken
toe agency for the
wear Lead
It will cut in hall amount Friday
paint he sell-for one job, but Mr E. Matthews
will multiply the number of I'll morning for
by three, four, live, ten, fifteen
lunch he and we can it
by putting the before your
STORY OF A FAMOUS
How
,.,, .-. i
One of eel, Of
Math center
Aral public In
I.
People are going to paint more
when they find so while
to paint, and are going lo In.
glad they did ii of lorry,
a many are now,
It's like making a harness. Ho
who find a way to make a
in time, at lens cat, make
it twice to four limit at
to gel of his
town,
Lucky Is the denier who secures
for Lead mid
Zinc -the gallon.; weal-
paint.
Your truly,
P w a
York.
feel ill and need a pill
Why not purchase the Unit
Blurt
Are little
Take do the rest.
W. V. Tex.,
write.- I have used
Pill- In my family fur con-
headache, etc. To
their I am indebted for the
health of my family.
Mn-s Harvey,
today.
of I
the with the
in.
inn.- in tun and
Intention of
A us Into
a Mr.
proprietor f the
a r j Perl
he wrote to
his Intention of printing It In
Mn . .
The proposal But at nil
Heritable, he to Horse
I. Howard, of I
In visit be.,
I. evening tier the nu
,., ,,., ,
poem lo on I'M, and I
on the a w la band
M,. t ., so was probably
r. June dud I m ,
bit home a few miles; ,
He Was ail February, . tin. I ban
r. . , , . w of
leaver um, ,,,
p t nil of um day, ti
Mm.
A ii in
i of a
.
a ,.
it it .
-nu
mil
to a as La, m
Um and Um mo
f.
fan ht d
his
to it Bin L. l u COB-
-1 l- u meal
it was ready, t-
la nil
Um bar
lit . ii. baa
van
arc b
i one and nu
bad mother to
bin
Tb. repeated bad
and quick n her bar
won, bad bun lie
bin meal and, rising on
went
The mo Is i be
you to
it r n K B
but
Ilk.- you I
care to the family.
I'll you
And be rod
Win ii i i ram home, be
i him. mid biter
men heard
talking out
learned
out lo wan to
cook the men a after
near ill.-
her work bar mind
on Hie and
and put
away .-. strolled out Into moon
lad her toward rt rock due rs
in
the . the
fr her u take, but was not
strong to i- with her
denial. Permitting herself to wander
on. lost en mo i the rock and
l herself en it. Below
valley, lighted by of the
moon, did not mm It. r.-
bad i-ft
heart. heard a step and
a voice
knew you would
I mild.
come away to of a lot of
men there was borne They're look-
IV say they'll ketch
him
tin y
Tb.- stranger took her by the hand
and drew down a upon
They nu h side for
tin hour, and bis was
Taking out ha
said to
ibis the men who
for will give
to bis
II I see
to
When lo
of men bud
he took Into the l
did you gal be
suddenly.
mat a nun who ma to give It
to
bold the knife up before bar, and
saw carved In rude letters on the
In a tin- I-cm.-
the men off. Tiny
h and day looking for
OUtlaW, but did
It wag tartly p year to after
the stranger had appeared at
cabin. Tin moon, as
wait about full who had
for twelve months condemned
for loving an outlaw, far
an lo go u the
if their meeting I hero.
bar was a strange fear, a
that be bum
on arm around bat
waist, and bar ear
pored;
Putting bar bands t. bar
burst n of team.
lo f
outlaw i mat you I
worked have
a Mil.- t. take ma u
side of
yo
abbot,
made yo
your ref-
to
Alf n be
long is i n you. I
shall m
yo
Kb. Into big arms.
G. T. Big Store,
and W. Main St, Greenville, N. C.
.,;. . . .
Children's
Hosiery,
,. Slight
low
will well Fin
black cotton.
Inn
made
MILLINERY
. Jut. u. . .
Men's
Heavy Op
Good Toilet Soap,
cake
Minn. inn fine tiling fr
yon wet heard of, tort that gained
reputation for la
I i. the
run Pattern Hat
for o on. the how room
mid -I what we are
hi 1.50, 2.50, 3.00, and
Bound Thread
PICTURES
kinds, only
fruit.
x incite, in H
frame,
II.
Yd.
Coats, Suits, Skirts
and Furs,
Handsomest, Newest, and Best Made.
f all de
inch
lira.
Special Attractions for
Christmas
Week.
Women's PI
Suit, extra
suit
All
Mixed
SO
la
Comfort a,
ti Bed
All nun fringed
Towel.
mil
Tow
Ah
full
he,
ti
A page like this will suffice to give you an idea
of the wonderful values in this great sale. Every
aisle, every counter, every foot of space crowded
with astonishing values. Reliable Merchandise
in every case. Nowhere will you find such
goods such low prices.
C. T,
The Big
Store
beta tick fever.
Matt fur
Hi.
,,
Lillian I., e
Valeria
Mar I.
Not one a
loved.
Sick Headache
Food doesn't digest well
Appetite poor Bowels
constipated Tongue coiled
your liver Pills
are liver pills; they cure .-
it i pretty t
within n boon or
action ha
but it laM the read
world a el obligation
by tint Into
hi
In
fur
in mm i
from tin f
an
in
had
for had
la to tut
n wall a or iii-
whit Or-i Imply
and W. Main St., Greenville, N. C.
BUCKINGHAM'S
In r.
Sh marriage a
or a J
when u a
girl
now turns up mil
la worth about t-
I It a
ANIMAL ODDITIES.
nix not milt b
i. fair
is moat
of
ninny a of
and la a of a
A beet It- of a
lo
than
Tin- an cover a
in . mo
1-
The
n and
which
not i
tad .
flat lust
To ton
than
Thin of la
In
of
that
that
Dot .
I j .
-ha- a
The Printing is talking to
us your orders for of any
Largest Print Shop in Pitt bounty





t-
Don't fail to see me
before you buy
Guns, Shells, Stoves,
Heaters Pumps,
Locks, Hinges.
And anything else in the Hardware Line.
Your friend,
H. L.
HE A PAINTER.
.- .
l II
SALE
FOR TEN DAYS.
including Ribbons in Latest
widths and shades, Velvets,
Plumes, Hat Trimmings and
New York Patten Hats.
two PAID is W
It
i-i.
th P
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seal
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stay,
., a rear
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CHARGING I
the j
ENEMY
R, Hail I
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lit
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in
X. J-. Y HAS
Value,
v Value,
I Paid Insurance.
Extended Insurance work, automatically.
j If -rear, b. . I.
living, or three after
Of and payment of a, rear- with . ,,,,,.
A-after second No
the premium j
They may be To reduce
To Increase the Insurance, or , lifetime
To make policy payable as an during tin.
of insured. .
T. L.
Greenville.
Three Times
the Value of
. .
-K Any Other.
v Third Easier,
v .
One Third Faster
A gent a wanted in all
W M unoccupied
Wilson C.
Atlanta,
S. T. WHITE, Greenville, N C.
ME WORKED THE BANKER.
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a. .
Painful
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M, lb
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BOWEN.
Special offerings in every department of our store.
. . . . . , me. i Ian
In
;, ;.
your.
Silk, every
Yon gel any-
better in no
matter I he price
are
Baking a leader of and
to compare it with other l w
silks; you will Bod
good the
wool, in gray;
we have 111.- very that
can lie had at
Kid
tan, mod, gray, In fad all
We lake pains in
these and glee you
values in every pair at
all linen fall
Table and
heavy and fully Worth
cents,
all
covered; the are the
to lie had
Ladies
if
and
cheap beta r
One lot lava, black
mid
our DOW
all fail In
et
W. mi
in
Men's eat Lined
I h mil
a piece Bee
buying.
One lot Li
out; pi . I each
and cents;
One Bi.
pair
I r
our of
in me
in- r
We have the literal line of 1.-
and
So l made
high grad do i
be Hi.- I he
ran
Our and hi I
In M
our y. n buy.
I of Children's hi i Mia
, B.-.
mil
Mm line of Mi Show la
attractive
are right.
Hi's . . . I 11.1
in all i-
Price, i you.
OH I
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.,,,. lot who
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kits
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the lb at In
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l.-r Lew with a
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then
. ,; . If wait
ran a. tall
, .,., to i--. of
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So He
for ,. lb.
. I nil bin. la
Its. . . 1-
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anon like .
I.- . old
l I other m
would lei ,,
. Morton
ever.
-Yon win from .- It.
ran. and he fell
Una I ;
pa m I f at the irate.
. aim an . I
I . of .-Id
to doing ii.
to I a.
rs-r-i
bottom of fall with at .
ran. away and Ml
break neck, w
j,. bare both
he
to
, -rum h- Why. h- area
wrote W obi credit man a
.
ed.
Dr.
-I Ml moat
I'm aura mm tub U
may area
tin.-, in. father Boa man,
at. a. a
Dr.
with each a
h. weak r.-
be item light In in fib bad
a oat nun an
and Ma in and
M, . B
m he I wt
Ba OBs
bar An then tn.
.- live f.; h
lac a pr. I
then, talk
ha
. ht
., , . if
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I k in s
lb, ., . n . so
I Baal mus- to
.,. .-. a ;. rake, and
u nth is
p . , and
What cod la to Is- can
Van
Pills
Hundley,
OLD
Richmond, Va.
The Stock of Fine
and Medium
OR TORPID LIVER.
A Br
SICK HEADACHE.------j .
F u r c
K PILLS. U trial I .
Take No Substitute.
AMERICAN AUDIENCES.
are
alike hi all
I r- A pod
W auk head.
. am k Bat if
b It It beat, the
. , . Bab.
w t on then . ha
if
a, . and what .
roaM
. i.-
a an r
, ;. .; . I .
. . . j . . , iii an
eased
truck the
will take a. puns in
a- l
An ace
1-
ti-i 1- . are
I or n
or an In The
i- Ike
of men and
t. . warm.
not or
by mare
,.
he their K.
hf their
that their word at
home I, maw m
than th--
OB the by
In a .
a kl M
m raid
lb.-
t I
,.,. , both from the
Boor III. ea bad been on ,,, ,,.,,,.
,. lamp all but
a lull. He
in the
Correspondence
Solicited.
E. Broad Street
Richmond, Va.
HOD IN
Norfolk, Va.
Steamer My leave
i daily at.- M
ville. at 1-
M. for
with
for Norfolk,
New York
Creek.
tor
with
Norfolk.
order freight b
the Old B. m. OB.
New York; Line from I
I Bay Line and
to. from Baltimore. Mer
UM
II
J. K
t. ti
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
ah.
and l
Bagging, Tire and
No. I
l-
Mil Kin-ion Ar
in;
. I . f them to
,.,. door wide, and
, .-. Joe
and and Lew
mat
. . .,,. brilliant,
in both
women. One happened i-i
l Colorado, one In
,, re-
In other meet.
the
women lb. and an
In both the
t.-n- line friendly to the
I ; marked by
i. inn-, ft ,.,. am
away la
come lo M , ,
, .,. the of t r. ,,
., me p .
well I a riven with a .,,,, ,.,
total of the
V-u
a. well my
Ilium a m
am
am
p in
f in
; IS a in
No.
Ar Norfolk L
a m
B m
p m
Si
York P m
, to old
and
bet,
Hi
ind
roared- . .
teeth of
,,,. he a your
I mil
Joe half to
Sent In in-
mer-
other, the
a In the strata on
, Colonel Jr. la
, .--------n
. ,,.,
on aide
. , , ,. ., give my on lb.
to free i;,. from .
in.,
-mi him Bins wide the Tb.
., ,,.,, ,,,., what
,.
,,, ,;, w one had
whooping yell he from
FLORIDA.
Hied
LINK
nice Line of
TO MK.
I, B.
Rocky Mount
Tampa
1.111
a m
a m
a m
p m
an p m
p m
pm
a m
a m
Mil a m
.-I
,., .- tor door,
darted through II and did not
until
to bl. own gala a. I---Inns tho
overtook .
betwixt and
Water, made I km bow. -it I
lad three pound, of black
long be
J.-- forward. If
1- kick anybody, kick me,
j,. ,., old put Hi
patting up t-
I knew be have the
for It old
Hut though be bad found leg.
too old The fuel
proved letting and
pi . -1 at bawl
both or.
and
left.
n the scab
1.111 a
id White
left
,. Brewer,
,,.
,. i., no one of ,
lad ever bad any
tin-1- ii had both
while left
i turn,
IS
s. a
Lord Brampton, when he Mr.
when on
lug a long drag on his
look a turn In tin- and,
Maying in a run I in for lea,
but . lied by the charmed
of
With l-- Inquired
.- if alley
Hi- n way
landlord mm thither.
Tin- company eyed
n. i greedy think
log Hi. v would lead ad
The Ii once to
their la the s very
gentleman
In iii
Tin ti thought lime to
Intern and, hi. lordship on
back,
here, my flue friend, we have
bad before, if yea
urn win.
lice better out
Stand-
ard
So
In Dr. John lime II the
In lo the old
,.
on one William M
B-
corporation New
with all Ma hear and
I.- his Mi ,
then la I
I he want-
ed to I-- attorney,
know wanted to be an
remark repeated m air.
and a the
-So Bet r me mot
tar to knowing be had
In that
N.
and Tie always
hand
kepi u
baud, and
A trial ill convince you.
W.
YOU WAST
Hoods.
and Dining
Boa. and to Tampa
Fla. m
II. m w. J. Ban.
Mgr.
T. M. T. M.
Wilmington. V C,
day, and evening. Pia
evening
Rev. N. Booth,
a. m. at. A.
every Hue
lay. morning and evening.
meeting evening. Rev.
H. M. Kure,
a. m. L. II. Ponder,
Service thin
day m. KB.
P-
Morning and evening
Mayor every
and 3rd Sunday.
every Sad 4th Sunday.
Sunday a. m., W. R
Brown, Litany
every Wednesday a. m.
Preaching
and In month;
; Beating
Kev. W. -UH
P. M., W. R. Par
s,
regular
a in
seems to is-
lug
log,
Nothing Of the It a
replied the
and
op a
iii
knocked lb. church ate
mm. to
picker.
ii.-.- when be a
killed another camp meet;
small m-vim
,,. -r -1--in -11
de a
w,, the river buM week.
in de water
Li i-r
mi
What
On
to
Ye dear, if they are replies
her mother. ,. .
Thin grandpa
the
I.- Old pot him on
in a big atone and locked
th.-
Mrs. L. H. WHITE,
Jack.
f go -ii band, low
.- bought for la
lunge
N. C.
The complete in every
us low
Highest market prior,
paid for country produce.
To health l a moral re-
duly, for Is of
nil virtues. We eon lunger
when out well
Don't Treat Symptoms
I i Th. It contain.
be . by the
Hen's and Clothing.
W. have a and b. .
it at per cent, lower t Dan price., as we are o tin . II,,,., MM. .
t the Han Hi- Is I worth
buy lice will Is- sold. , In, w a.
ho kind of we Mo Come lo ace
our stock.
II a ow all of food and
and organs and
It Into the kind of that la
up the Mood and fed to throughout
and the
give, the body that
It II Invaluable all wailing
ll a-.
Children
Thrive
on
lira Users
lit
i.
inn 176.-------
S. M.
and retail Grocer
Dealer. pa d
Cotton Heed, Oil Bar
. . 11-keys, etc. Bed
. , ,
nils, P.
and Ax
a. co, Key Che
11.1.1 t an
ed
Jelly, Milk,
flour
Magic Oil,
Our
-en s,.
Uriel Apples.
nuns,
Col.- and
,,.,, Ba
oval Machines, I
g, and
Cheap
me
S. M-
HI l- in
American and Italian Marble
and Iron
work and
pa .,
K. A. M Greenville
.-. diet and
bird Monday evening. B.
W. M.,
K River Lodge, No.
meet every Wednesday evening.
W. H Hall, O. M. Hook-
W-8- K. 0-.
Be-.
H a. Bab Vance Council. No.
every Thursday even-
W. B J.
Regent.
. O, A Council,
No , meet drat and third
night in
Hall. J. a- Gardner,
S.
I. O. H Greenville Conclave
No MO, every second and
Monday in Odd
lows Hall. W. B.
Sec.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
Clerk Court,
Moore.
t. W. Harrington.
R.
Treasurer, J. B. Cherry.
; Surveyor, J. D. Cox.
J. J. W.
W. R. Home, J. R. Barnhill, J.
W. Page and J. Spier.
every Bret Monday.
TOWN OFFICERS.
Mayor, H. W. Whedbee,
Treasurer, H. L. Oar.
Clerk,
Tax C. I.
Police, J. T. Smith chief, W. H.
and I.
Aldermen, L. O.
Cobb, B F. Pat-
rick, K B. B. L.
W. It. Parker and B. F.
Hoard every Brat
Norfolk, Va.
and Brokers in
Cotton, Grata
MM. v e W i res to New York,
New
PATENTS
Like name,
cigar la something good, n
Reflector Book
You Write
a personal letter to every
member of the best
in Pitt County when
you advertise in
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The Eastern Reflector
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VOL.
GREENVILLE, PITT COUNTY, N C, FRIDAY, 1902.
NO.
NORTH CAROLINA.
Ricks Wilkinson
-j., --s. A Tribute la
THE STATE PRESS
.,.,
Only the Host
Dependable Fabrics
Are utilized in making the gar-
that we sell both men
and is allowed to
pass does not certain
high standards of durability and
fast color, and we guarantee
every garment sold. Therefore
you do not rake risk when
buying here.
Let us show you how we can
save you money on your business
or dress clothing, and on your
apparel.
Ricks Wilkinson
B One thousand styles and sizes.
cooking and heating.
Prices from to
I The
all bear the above
sob with a written i
First Paris Exposition
ALL WORLD.
by Slow Mi
ii hr MU Stove Company,
and
v VIII
lo World.
News and Opinions.
from ink
and
will I, he a
topic of the day ii
Journal.
When
men untie I ban
to pay will he found I bat
the news of raid- will
not leak nut
y Al a . I I In-
L hers of Hie. the
Booth,
on Our
the
He some
I he whole was
to the
said he. i- a
trifle in money
Gentile neighbor I bore
a good reason for it. Then-was a
when was thought lo he
to maltreat
They hail lo buy the
who want whiskey mil liege of living, while all could
find a means of getting ii. Inn what wring from and
is a regulation will I greed had lo bought will,
prevent In If this he Hue. then
the way of aha do mil want ll to lie wondered Unit
it. Durham arrived I lie conclusion
money was a night In
have.
As a matter of fuel, however, if
money gelling is a
it will not la- denied
have
their citizens,
mid have proven very Bil
Why In If all
he so much In en are lo be
Jew, then I he race
that ha threatens I., ibis and if are lo
the female clerks who married be condemned for trait,
The female hi- will certainly over-
eat is to look niter the mails and a large of
let attend In their own leans who are not
Wilmington The question, should
In who
should lie
raking the republicans for
not g the tariff I If
thing, a- may have an
of doing it
is always beat lo
Durham Herald.
Washington Letter
r I h
C i
In-
in tin- iii--t fight. A
Special from Hi
Capital of the Nation.
fin r if
hill T
t will t
Matt If If of
n i The
ft, 1903 to lie
bill
Ion an- ii d.
Th u Root,
looking In the the.
ml i tit i
in i
now two In ll in
which tin-
will lawn during
tin- One, the
i-
among the democrat in Waving-
loll rail HIT ii
Taylor, of to pm
not a t-i. .-f
Sixth Virginia district. In con
with thin failure,
in hie-
lo Involve the of all now been
which have adopted
which exclude h n
rote. Mr. who baa of the
to rely largely the to
his support home, saw an army, of a re-
to further own force of a
ends of the reserve of who have
packer It. to lake The
referred lo other hill in the Army
No. i which for
Waterloo. l army and the
Muff In
I of . i. ii
i , In
n growing
ii who
in ii
u will tin iii-.
ii . in i th
If
lo work own
the of
chief f
That law maker who
ha in all a .
hill make the ad of
ran show a
bill of health, to have for-
gotten no
of
in the
Bent I net.
dwell i one
answered, it be which
between
the If t not then
we an grievously fault. Our
brethren are patriotic,
wherever the of the flag
has been attended with
I ding of blood, then Jewish blood
has been Whenever
No man can truly has been in peril of any
had r wasted life only him- kind, the American Hebrew ban
Ii in possible i he win thrown himself I he
lives in Wherever and whenever Buffering
from his, nun and women to or has
whom he is forever unknown. Our wailed Hebrew
me too interwoven to have opened response lo the
render a man either perfectly abound
harmful in his evil or utterly in- among the Hebrew men and Women
in his The awful of the United tee
truth not he evaded or fain- have done their full abate build
Haiti that every man is and
his fellow
man Thrift.
left evening of the
second of December for an
Hive The object of bis
going is have manufactured s
h improved important
i to used In the
of eyes, While away he
visit the hospitals, college
of Phil-
New Yolk. In New
i he will Investigate
Hired in
Is
Winston Tree Press.
FOR SALE BY
BAKER HART
In addition to the best stoves in the world we
carry everything you may expect to find in a hard-
ware store.
in laying the
They arc
pie, a-a from
Our I
valuable social .
If have Mi
They have been
a I
Hi, in hare betrayed trust n
of III
laud, l a lo I. .
world where tin Jens have
such
our n, Inn II la In ,
is only following
govern
portal, is There I.
more n
lo
SHOCKING
people
Two cases
one from Indiana, a fellow
ho Jilted to of
ago opened his lo a as lo relations
human being since; other la wives, or lo any people in the re
Ohio, where a man now over are, as a
years of age has mil spoken a There good
he a boy, his ,,. i Ali ,., . n,,.,.,. .,,
fur diving him u
for an of which he was not
guilty.
Packing for Steam and Water Pipes is
decidedly the best thing of the kind we
have ever handled. Call and examine it.
ll like thee hap-
some people they would
never get done talking about It.- history
brought to in
from a few
l be movement which was begun in The News. After
la to of are to be
ll.
March lo in Persian ruler, in year
April will la- revived MM, Q., seal heralds to
session of Congress lo from
House has lo of
no been
the measure may I opposed by lo the tire, k capital, as
some for fear I lie was Now
dale relations, the of
the all In lie resumed,
Into early Th,. who is lo
The severe which is Hist Persian ambassador lo
In eta in the en
of M is name of Kali,
makes no claim that not burnt out by facts. An average a- reason for change and i I
111.711 for everything on our floor during t lie month there none other, thin Would
does own talking about what Man but is Dr. of
the rest of -we do at i at- who had a a ,,,,
Warehouse. only have to try to be convinced that . ,, ,
will get yon the every time.
O. F. EVANS CO ,
The Proof of Doing is in What We Do.
Greenville Warehouse
H.
Proprietors Warehouse.
, ,. has been
future. It in herd to tut for
old to
from old Chi n W.
pointed
man been up
Ula
miller refused lo tin
cause of Mr. The action
ii of national for the
it W C
detail of
to rail up hi-
It is also known
i-
to Interference the
state. He has said re-
lo Inter-
n the -iii i voting
down to
ii it . believed there Is
little of interference
while be i speaker,
With singular
and republics 11.1 of
the House are working on tin am
lull,
states the
ill any
hie on
i of House,
in the cause of
a little people
nth He Id's hill made
for which
will re-
lo House there is
n-pi-n
the The
ml. I
t i i hi-1 l
mid imp i a i i
I. if mi nil sh
m ill I n n
i Ml S . . . , , ,
hi ml up,
i t- Ii I III
iii I . ii i to i
u . i . i s
is one i
h -M n ll
ii hi ii i h i -ii
hon-i there I
an the
House will trust
and
bill, leaders
not determined,
may intention of the
I lea i s, tat- w do all in
their to promote legislation
so essential to the welfare of
people.
Am in lit have been Pi peeler I,
Senator hi-
Junket, a
lute for the Omnibus
lull which provides for the
Of alone, ii
admitted the reason
for admission to other
applicants is
iv. bill the fear that
may mid democratic In
the Senator u ho Ii for
of the territories on
tin republican side of the i
her, i- from all
and it i
ii a broth r of Senator
m the major portion the
stick in the Commonwealth
in would he
In the, I of
lo
having a let
h it would lie
of c in
in this oily
will morning to
learn of Midden death
Rev, t. of
who here since
lo alien i
Mi.
t Mi A. f. North
street, and has been daily
the sessions of confer-
lie a usual
at which
a -ii t p. in. II- then
dined Mr. K.
and bi company at
No.-Ml
ans as after-
boon. evening when he
It irk Mi he d be WM
not feeling and would not
nut night, lie did i
was cheerful as
and ml t with the
till p in then retired. At
Hi
lb v. J l who
fl.- lei ; i i -on it h
. hi Mi M ; Will
I i id him Mi in a
t .
Mr,
III Ill's h-
him in
limp net I . . i
hi- i h j hat
. We I ; I
In eve I he had u eh I
In- in i ii cold and he
II.
IV
Mi out for
I v. . d Mete Inch
in a ml but n
live alter the tot
el Mi. Norman be He
his ten minutes to
o'clock
pronounced heart failure the
cause of death. Mrs-
TOBACCO GROWERS TO
Will be in
The North Carolina Tobacco
Association has been
called to in Mount on
Friday, h, I
o'clock.
President John
urge
lo he an import
meeting. Stale
papers copy the notice which be
bat sen to tobacco phi nit rs,
leading follows
I have
Christmas
is Drawing Near,
And ill. lime baa come for you think
what you give your oner.
think are can help you it you
in doubt, we have a beautiful lot of
for you to
pretty
mental
unrivaled. Now i opportune
time in gift.
They are here today but may be
tomorrow.
line of Chain, all
and other
Our Fancy and
range in front
98.00. We think have the
stock of Dolls in the town, and
know our pi ices are low.
van
Oh Mr. Santa Claus-
we have Candies, Oranges,
Apples, Raisins, Etc.
Cake We all
all new and fresh. Our Nuts and
Fruits are nil this year's crop. We carry nothing
in line bin the very beet we can get. Our
is with everything needed
for the table.
J. B. CHERRY
Greenville's Great
Department Store.
This winter air
is o reminder the holiday
season is here. I am ready for it
an Una
HOLIDAY GOODS
Tin- very to be
found especially for
my holiday trade.
O f-f C Bra prettier than ever and I
i endless
of for parlor, bedroom,
dining room, ball, library or corner.
China and Bisque Ware
both
of
will like
Cut Glass, Silver and Jewelry,
Una from
whoa, Came for Col Silver-
ware mill Jewelry the
Slate. will sec prettier.
Taken all through never bail
a better holiday that be
found my store this
Come make
lion.
Mrs. M. D. HIGGS
They ate I That way.
II may lie very to
; order by mall, bat
ii might be worth while recalling
mutual interest protection
see the of fail
Hie large Crop which
seems eel lain will planted
for vein We lie sell- ,.
, that none of northern
pro. nil- I him .
I , u one cent of tax to
this town, ever
h to but of the of
has even the
interest building up
Winston Salem, nor
11-.- In one of our local papers.
Winston
production. I therefore write i
a-k you lO Hi
I o'clock
December n. or
those meant
vitally concern grow,
now. I a
favor If you will meal n at that
Mr. O. I., Col. aV grow
to return
in we mush
i be
tobacco grow, i
lab , lime. believe
be
cause if o not for in .
,,, t ,, . W T V
last this time-A our Mews A I
-I
. . nun, r,. l
can interest in Huh . .
I Slates to Japan.
.
tar, whose
you think lo
In join with at lime
will be if you will give
matter careful
to give us hem-fit of your
when
Hon. Alfred E. Book, United
. died
suddenly of paralysis of the heart
while out or a hunting; tour with
the . .
A girl's for .
fried potatoes la W,


Title
Eastern reflector, 9 December 1902
Description
The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
December 09, 1902
Original Format
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Local Identifier
MICROFILM REELS GVER-9-11
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Location of Original
Joyner NC Microforms
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