Eastern reflector, 7 April 1905






Great
r s i
OPENING OF SPRING
CORN FIELDS
ARE FIELDS
to the farmer who under- I
stands how to feed his
crops. for Corn
must contain at least
per cent, actual
Potash
Send for our
tell why Potash Is as
to life as
sent free, if you ask.
GERMAN WORKS
New Nassau Street, or
South St.
mac
Unsafe.
Attorney For more
question. Mr. Have you
any prejudice in cue one tray
or
sir.
you should be ac-
as juror do you think you
could render a verdict in accordance
; with the law and the mi e
think i could.
Attorney whispered confer
I with bis homo.
I we'll Mr.
Tribune.
WRECKED Hi
. y
i i Ai j
H S In
Holiday
At the saturnalia, heathen pro-
of It the Roman
custom to decorate the house with
evergreen. This done i give the I
spirits refuge from the cold, j
hi Atlanta. it u the
t free all prisoners whose
offense baa against the
ordinances.
The mistletoe that we use
for Christmas decorations show the
of the customs of the Druids.
In branches of trees are
used for decoration. In most parts of
southern Europe evergreen trees are
while In India the English
churches are decorated at Christmas-
tide with all kinds of
berries,
I r-
i i
a his
i i,
yest and most de
Mistletoe.
The eastern mistletoe Is parasitic on j
deciduous trees as far north as New j
jersey. It grows in great bunches i
from one to three feel across and soon
disfigures a tree. The people of
la., have free mistletoe. The city
authorities cut it out of the shade
trees that Hue the streets, and any one
may take it away by the load.
The plant Is In n d of
, as we are with a
small despite in
which ought to
make ii r. demand. The
trade is wed handle about 10.-
inn 1- Life ID America.
The Way
by Small
This incident occurred during one
of flights in
No. Everything was going
smoothly, and the airship circled
like a hawk, when the spectators,
who were craning their news to see,
noticed that something was wrong.
The motor glowed down, the
spun less swiftly, and the
fabric began to sink toward the
ground. While the people gazed,
their hearts in their months, they
saw scramble out of
hie basket and crawl out on the
framework, while the balloon sway-
ed in the air. He calmly knotted
the cord that had parted and crept
back to his place as unconcernedly
if he were on solid ground.
The earth seemed to lie leaping up
toward
stared him in the face. A hand
air pump was provided to till an
air balloon inside the larger one and
to make up for the compression of
the hydrogen gas caused by the
denser, lower atmosphere. He start-
ed this pump, but it proved too
small, and as the gas was compress-
ed more and more I he
of the balloon increased the
thing became unmanageable. Th
great ship dropped and dropped
through the air, while the
no longer in control of his ship,
but controlled by it, worked at the
and threw out ballast in a
vain endeavor to escape the
table. He was descending directly
over the greensward in the center of
the race course when
he caught sight of some boys thin
kites in the open space. He
to them to take hold of his
guide rope and run With it against
the wind. They understood at once
and as instantly obeyed. The wind
had the same effect on the airship
as it had on a kite when one rims
with it, and the speed of the fall was
checked. Man airship landed
with a thud that smashed everything
but the man. The smart that
had saved
helped him pack what was left of
the wrecked airship into its bas-
and a cab took inventor and
invention back to Paris, From
of
N. C, March 1905.
D. J. went to Washington
Tuesday evening.
Miss Susie Moore went to
II. H. Proctor and N. W Camp.
lien c none to Seven
for their
D. G. Moore is on the sick list.
Boyd was in town Sun-
day.
Miss of Wash-
as hare Monday.
L. Y. Holiday went up the road
today.
J. K. Proctor went to Washing-
too Tuesday evening.
Mi. and Mis. W. M. Moore west
to today. .
A. D. Clark went to
Tuesday.
I, went to Greenville
Monday.
The Key. John B.
Washington, preached his regular
sermon hew Sunday, Hew plain
and forceful III his preaching.
II. G. Campbell, of Norfolk, has
been here a few day.
Died in the Woods
To Tell Their Age.
To ascertain the age of pheasants,
partridges, grouse and black game
in the early part of the season hold
the lower part of the bird's beak
firmly at its extremity between the
forefinger and thumb. It the bird
he an old one. the beak will sustain
its weight without in slightest
degree yielding, but if, on the con-
the bird a young one the
beak will yield perhaps break.
Scotland Neck, N. C, March
Grey, one of the most
highly esteemed citizens of Scot-
land Neck, died alone in the woods
Wednesday evening. He was
spending BOOM days at his a
miles in the country and about
o'clock in the afternoon went out
to the woods as usual to look niter
his turkeys. It was noticed
that he had not returned until
o'clock. Search was made for him
and about o'clock he was found
not far In the woods dead. He
seemed to have rested a log and
tell dead. There was a slight
scratch on bis face, doubtless
by the fall. Si years
ago Mi. Gray lost Ins wife, and
has been under cloud of sorrow
aver He had not been up
town more I bun once or twice
since, and what lime be spent out
of hi- home here he spent on his
farm. He was something more
sixty years
Post.
S Us
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N wen
for your
and every Lad
can Should Come.
T FORGET THE DAY AND DATE.
ARRIVING DAILY
There we do claim in our
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of shop . it of g nor by
show bill- Ii inns v.- try t
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I'll I Si-
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RIBBONS, SILKS, EMBROIDERIES,
kind-id -o lb- with the folk of
and lo you will
vis I to new
Pulley Bowen,
HOME WOMEN'S
J. A. RICKS
Greenville. X.
might
l have been
Mr L. builder, Port-
laud, Me, line- houses in
a of
exactly alike Painted two lead-
each,
The he
at neat . f be
The of be
w ill ;
in good condition.
Me didn't believe in
O into ii. Ask
hi a
Yours truly,
F. w.
P. ti. II. I. sills our
Paint.
Two Tar in Trouble.
Norfolk, Match
Fentress, William and
members of
B. Virginia Nation-
Guard, were held for jury
on breaking into the
armory and stealing
upwards of seventy five military
shuts, which are alleged to have
been in pawn by the defendant
.
D I
STORE.
calling your to th-ii n h line Groceries make
special mention of apples, in nits of
; in hi-b 1-- A full
Hyman's In and by ware, a
very cheap H.-i . -r. I.
Don o. can mail
you Want in the Grocery Department.
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THE EASTERN REFLECTOR
D. J. WHICHARD. Editor and Owner.
and Friday.
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
VOL. No.
GREENVILLE, PITT COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, APRIL 1905.
No.
TEACHERS INSTITUTE.
STATE NEWS.
Invited and will be Cordially Welcomed
to Greenville.
On Saturday the 8th the public
school teachers of this county will
decide the teachers institute
which convenes next summer
shall be held. to the
of county, Mayor
Woolen in behalf of the town ex-
tends a cord lid invitation to
institute in meet in Greenville,
and it is hoped that this will be
lb the teachers
were unable to meet in
fuel that a suit-
able g could not be had, but
our now a very
building, and our people arc,
great Interest in the movement
to the for Green-
ville.
A invitation has been
extended by the
Carolina with the promise
that the Club rooms will be
open This promise of
hospitality Las been joined in by
citizens f our town, and every
one seems willing to help in
this meeting of institute
most as well as the
most profitable held.
offered to
teachers by Greenville
ably -in ins- hose offered by any
other town in the Excel-
lent board can be had here cheaper
than while the
passed. The
many of our town offer
those I every an
opportunity to worship a church
of their selection, and we
h e that the teachers
institute will in Green
villa thin ;, ear.
Small is Best.
It ii belief that
we have too many cities which are Edenton Holds First Meeting,
too large a country which Association of
COTTON MILL FOR GREENVILLE.
PERSONALS AND SOCIAL
Rich-
We Need it, Will We Get
press many of the
, .,.
Monday, April 3rd. , ,. ,
r rived evening to
Dr. L. James spent Sunday in a in with C. T. as
prophesy a coming disintegration . this year, the to trimmer in his depart.
massed populations Ag. the follow J.
too meagerly populated. Superintendents men of are
a more sane and
which comprises several
by S. S.
To whom it may concern ii.
Rich- Bethel. Mi and Mrs. J.
Thomas left this x v J. II. left
the
mill in
ti
for Tarboro,
came in
fashion. for the
The small is next to interchanging ideas,
country. It is a better and giving
the young man than is of school work,
the great metropolis toward which The meeting of
so many turn their eyes. Trolley , ,.,,, t
cars, deliveries, trade ,
and mail periodicals
have done very much to change i; attend II i- and all machinery attached there
the isolation which formerly wen j he mailed j capital of
with life in country. , i you sill sum of -W. linker came in Sunday
interest of a col
I have this offer
will subscribe . build day evening.
cotton mill in your city, H. A. White returned Sunday
s; in. evening from Atlanta.
with looms, and all
morning from
tin- in lining for Oak City, to be
burial of Mr-. Mary
K man, which place
today.
OF CENTURY BOOK CLUB.
is improving, with it lo more machinery here, build Waning Iron. Lewiston.
.- buildup, and put in A. of Scotland Neck,
power plant operate Sunday
counties, as
our young men, lank, Be. tie.
have lei. the country for the Oily.
Some of are obliged to i Hertford,
to succeed in chosen
line of work. For the young Nash,
of the above
offer, we are willing lo
Halifax, Dare, cell, lo me inspection of
who has a business view
there is possibly as good a
small city s he may hope for
a great one. II he has much
capital, his personality, nil char.
Pitt, Hyde and
State Sunday School Convention Meets.
The twenty-first annual
of the slate Sunday school
will more readily atone for j be called lo order in
Presbyterian church
a small town. This is
especially true professional
man. Indeed, any of
may hope for greater
the small
of population the large.
As to social life the general
decency and comfort of passing
through Ibis vale of tears as con-
exist even today and
will be far better ten years from
self family has
ten times chances a town
, i Mr. Patch, we are advised
this evening at
any expert mill operators,
actual of Being duly
authorized by s of said
to consider or accept any
proposition in disposition of
evening from a visit to
This proposition is signed
Mrs K House returned Sou-
day evening from
and Mrs. H. H. Moore
Saturday.
W. who has been
here a few days, left this morning.
Mis Mamie King returned
o'clock by Hon. B. It. Lacy, who
will preside.
Mr. D. J. Young is chairman of
the entertainment,
and visitors will be met at the
station today.
Dining the session there will be
a meeting of from
young ii 11.11 . classes
over stale. There are many
classes in North Carolina, every
the machinery is now for of San ford, who
transportation to this point. a kw . left
We cannot say what will ,
betaken on matter by Mrs. T. B. Jenkins child
business of our but cue left Sunday evening for Goldsboro
thug i-ran aid do say is lo spend a days.
Mr and Mrs. J. W. Taylor, of
spent Sunday here with
that we need a cotton mill.
MRS DEAD.
relatives at house.
Presentiment of Danger.
a last Sunday the
Mi Ruby, of the Pint
Christian church in Sedalia, used
the lug to
a point.
1-11 years ago I talked
with a man in Henry county, Mo.,
who gave me
of bis. He Was
corn, and about mid-
of I came
to end of field, I had
peculiar of dread or fear.
I unbooked my learn drove
home. I could give little reason
for what I was my
work in the middle of the alter
I was ten
minutes until I was my
wife and children into a cyclone
cave. Our house was swept
aw y, bud I not what
seemed a vague impulse my family
have been
City Journal.
Marriage Licenses
of Deeds B. Williams
issued licenses to the following
couples since last
WHITE.
F. It Mallard and
Mary
Wells.
Geo. Lizzie Had-
dock.
J. H. Mayo
bell.
A ill Moore and Susie Proctor.
COLORED.
Samuel Harris and
Thigpen.
Matthew and Mollie
Harris.
W. T. Pitt Nora Peyton.
Grimes and Mary Tel-
fair.
David Lucy
Carolina Club has joined the
invitation to the teachers to hold
their county institute here this
summer, and extends the
courtesies of the club rooms to each
teacher during institute.
Of ten to tit y thousand is city in the state haying at least
almost any where in America
it can be any possibility hope Durham and the Southern Hold Consul-
n j . u . u Mrs. Boswell daughter, writ
Passed Away I his Morning at the , . . . , ,
, have been visiting brother, K
cl Her Daughter. . , ,
O. --11 this for
Mis. Alice E. widow
the late Mr. died at
Reported K Hector.
Due of the most enjoyable meet-
of the year was held Tuesday,
in, home Mrs.
Join, which was made
more than usually attractive by
lb-addition of plains,
an shaded
Mrs. Gotten,
after a-i absence of
s w
During Hie there
-a -01 e of the pubic
v. and of further
club other
s.
Twelve new books were
ed, and will be placed in the
library ween.
The subject for the next year's
literal y pr was also discussed
and d
There being no literary program
for the guests and
members ware entertained by
being
ever given
tin- club. Thirty beautiful
oil silk
to have v city of th.-
class. small is a
tor environment in many way.-.
Not the least desirable
ties fact it is closer to
out doors. who
bass his own, with, u
horse ii buggy and
some place a few thousand in-
habitants, is better off a-a ma.
and a citizen than one who is
big Field and Si ream.
Col. A. B
dent of Southern Railway, was
in Durham in
the mayor and of
o'clock
of her daughter, A bang,
in South Greenville, whom
she had made her the
six
Mr.-. was 7.1
for
M. D. Biggs returned Bat-1 all patriotic
evening Iron. Baltimore enough I readily locale the float-
where she had been buying spring and stripes, several
I it,
i. no
for T.
V. Monk, who has been em
aldermen regarding a of of
me differences oily of ,,,,. , character, bud b
Durham and the Souther. Bail- invalid for ,. and
is I ployed here past sea-
son, morning for Durham
where be will spend tin
b .
Ii is a disgrace;
To ball do things.
bore w b
She .
Tuesday and . . . few
hours.
Mis. i.- survived . lour
sous and daughter. sons
are Messrs C. U , J S. B.
Tuesday, April 1905.
J. S. Higgs vent up the
this morning,
way.
u the afternoon statement
was made by both sides that there
was no statement to give out to
public, indicating no agree-
as yet bus been reached.
License Renewed.
D the office of Insurance a. . A.
J. It. Raleigh, of Texas, and I hi
Not to develop our possibilities, licenses were issued for 6.657 A-
agents in will i.-. place
To do poor, slipshod, botched ; North Carolina during the ensuing Thursday J ob Neck Ibis
work. year, April 1st. Many j burial near
T. give a bad example to young I of these wire renewals of annual
people. which the insurance laws Teachers Saturday.
To of be u
out before an agent is allowed lo a. r . x
To hide a talent because you do business the state. Prof G. E-
The University Accepts Carnegie's Gift, j lib
At a inc. ling of I In- trustees of loll call.
Tin prise, woo by Mrs.
Skim . us a beautiful edition of
in. poem
Of
road
Adrian Savage left this morning partaking of the delightful
Norfolk. ha club
j to meet Mrs.
y the
In lo
D. left this morning many guests were present
. j Mrs. I. Mrs. Ed
Mrs. . I. B. Cherry left this morn Kan. Mis. . Mis
Baltimore, Mr.-.
. , . , I Mis. H. H, Moore, Mrs.
J. H, Farrow went lo Scotland ,
Mrs. Herbert
White, Mis Jan is Mrs. R.
Geo. S, Pritchard went up the ,. .;,. Potties, Mrs.
mad -ins Mi Mrs.
W. W. Perkins came in this Vines, M . Mrs. Woodward,
To live a half life when a whole
life is possible.
. , , , , ; state University on April 1st, m.-o
Not to be scrupulously clean . ,,
,. I the gift tendered by Andrew Car-1 m-w
person and
To
make
from Kinston.
Denmark lo
Monday evening
On of sickness Editor
J. has not been
A minute's talk by Ms today.
Mies Seal, dulling,
Wooten, Blow and
Ski ,
A Southern Industrial to Meet
in
The Indus-1
J gift tendered by Andrew Car- U The Sun he. n Indus-,
of for a library was Prof. H ;. Mrs M. Higgs, who returned in
a unit Teacher and from Baltimore last Saturday, 1- D. C. on May 33rd Great
is given U that Prof. J . Ki.-i.-n. k her home on the of j ,,., ,,,,,. . ,., d f
to those who have helped us.
To go life a pygmy
when nature intended you for a I
I giant.
To kick over the ladder
which we have climbed to our
position.
To be grossly ignorant these
days of free usages of good society.
Success.
Miss Ned.
directed a careful
be made at to raise
this sum.
No Summer School U. N. C.
Dr. J. W. Bryan left this morn- is expected to alb
as , to be present II ill be
h Sower, Gov. T. J. Jar vis.
rate
Big Fin at Rocky Mount.
Rocky N. Q , April C
A lire which burst out at three
o'clock this in the dry
kiln of Tar River Lumber
Company, laid the mammoth plant
of this hue industry in ruins and
consumed other property nearby,
entailing a loss of upwards of
This loss is partially
covered by insurance of
institute.
Deciding by vole where
On last Saturday executive shall be held.
committee of the board of trustees, No
in a meeting in the executive office
. I year, and we would every
of Governor Glenn, decided to be
there will be no summer school for Don't slay at home and In n
teachers at University you wish the Institute bad been
the Sunday school convention and appointed by the go
Carolina this summer.
This does not effect the summer
school of law, which will be held
as usual.
Much as Ever.
Since farm work has got well
under way it to look like
fertilizer sales this season will bi-
as large as ever. it
are being hauled out.
held elsewhere and vole
your preference.
Reward Offered.
or which convenes in
that my 6th and
Dr. Id is a delegate from the
class of the Memorial
church.
Wednesday, April 5th, 1905.
O. W. Baker left this morning
for Lewiston.
W. K. Moore left this morning
for Snaky Mount.
R O. returned Tuesday
evening from a trip to Richmond.
Mrs. Jack Reed, of Plymouth, is
here to be with her husband who
is sick at Hotel Macon.
C. M, who has been
visiting his sister, Mrs. A, L.
about Short
hair. while black.
Set near May's Chapel Tuesday,
28th March.
W. A. B.
Route No.
Greenville, N. C.
State.-, . j,,,. .
mayors of cities,
boards of
and banks, railroad -n,.
planters and
The object of the
plans for the net
of the material resource ,
the Southern Slates.
Large Collection.
The A, M, If, church had
a grand rally on Sunday last, for
the purpose of raising money to
liquidate the indebtedness of the
church. Rev. A. R. Roberts is the
new Dr. O, H.
Thomas. A mat collected at this
rally was
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Now
Everything you want in the way of
nice Groceries, Canned Goods, Pickles,
fruits, Candies, Nuts, can be had at
our store.
We carry a large supply of the Best
Goods
Johnston bros.
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i i . r in nil your Ufa
J. L SUGG,
GREENVILLE, N. C.
ate ; I .-
II el .
V.
if .
lit, I l , -t i,,., Hasn't
Tar River So. K of oh, I replied in-
. . k. look that
i. hi-lit Q horrid girl with a on.
ii T I K of It Sea
w Tribe No
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Thin R
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M. i . Pi
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No
saw a el off ear
. rd
bead,
. I . in my
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Ii hi
The Right D M.
, ,. Hi
., i . . . e. i .
Hardware.
For c self Stoves
Heaters Pumps, duns, Am-
munition, One and Two Horse
Heat Cutters and
In fact anything
in Hardwire come to
H L. CARR
Oft.
Pol
II
Hi
ft i
i .
i BEGIN
for the Spring
i. i in
OUR AYDEN DEPARTMENT.
J. BLOW, Manager and Agent.
. AYDEN, V. C.
ITEMS
liar ii Baal
l in.- pt lad m.
latest
at W. and V.
Call -k A
new
I Life and
J. K Bro. OM L Up-i
.-l. Om n-owe
J. If. Hi. of
King ii- are the b-
find J J Cm
pi i
Om
sad are .
at J. B
iv
want I
C, April
A tot
n take
i. j a ii. H
those We have a I- ,,,. , .,.,. , , X. C
-all at ,. i I m i .
take orders ft , , .,,,, , ,
. i
When need a ., . , Atom.
tough for your buy or .-.,. apple , . . .,. M,.,;, ,
Call us and make a a.-, to K. K Dal . ,;,, ,,. , ,., . ,.,.
. a , . ,. ,. i ;.
Iii I he pa. of the I i
the you
And On, the
EARLY SEEDS
. of s
a Bad of
a-
v.
. are .- ii
M. M. SAULS,
A R ,
N.
A. P. MURRAY,
Painter and Paper hanger.
W m be
r All
the . ,. .
A. P. MURRAY,
AYDEN S C
T E
ASK
COLUMBIA FLOUR,
. . give
. you f-
Ii. ON.
we plenty
j earl
wheel
earn lg
Co. V. C.
Ayden Mfg. Co ,
N.
Cox.
If need anything way
Ti anyone.
MM ,., H. H Man A J.
Mi- Calvin Cull n. C.
A. Fair want to
with he, brother, .
y, j J. K.
may a la
the Move, at J.
A line
Call and examine our Hat l the line
bitch You tan la-
easily If you
your nice and clean.
in, order you aright
, better for it, bring ii t.
and primary 2.50
Tee .-la An
K. I. D.
The d
oven a
to bare
. . . m d ii
w.
of and
Mfg. G.
applied lay
-ill b. in
the the ea i
The -.--- ii
m- I there. If w.-.
Meg
hi
c. and
,. I
H, V,
I,., ladies tan be J. for
v.-ii
Bro, It
to corn, cotton and
If .-.- , .-
log a
labor la
aim and . See J, W.
DOM of pie A
pica., gratify and Wt and
OF
THE BANK OF
N.
; j.-
.- and I
I. . ii- I
lei.- -u. Banks, I
i .
Cashing ample
ace
LIABILITIES.
eel
11.08
Total
and all
know we build
well w,.
Pop Mining . Mfg. Co. ,
If
price. W.
Car and
t J. A; lira. Dun in
Car wit, lie and It J.
H. Bro. if you do not
Barker ha. here one our grade
Hie week. your has. will la I ban out.
j;, and viii-e Co.,
J. K. X. C.
n. and Town election citizens
in oil, white lead,; prepare your ballot.
J. It. A day in May.
Bro are
J It are the up to late line of
trade in tare ever brought lo
for
and
both and quality. received at w.
all bin
of
will a life buy not.
lime will la an then
Ayden will have the benefit of
of
Come to ll
not. If
u i expect
health is your best
ft and is hard ., find without so don
Ayden C. burn.
Ayden, K c other well known all of
when
Columbia Floor, none better j
around, truly in to be had any w heir.
am. mean to have I received of
j,,,,. bOy
lads and an ., often
I t will and per- many dollars. He
them . mean that there is a price below which a
and Id.
H. Bro,
On merit, of his In
W. V.
four in
two daft hist A. P. Murray
tell. u hi. ha. already paid
him. Then tall H
don't pay. Bab I
K. B. A Co. will do all they
possible tan In you with
their new Hue of heavy fancy
We are bl Hist
light Ac.
i prove lo then in DO way
every mean, will DO
elf it to it the
and
I ever bald in the Pitt.
I We
i will held la
believe,
ii.
of
been visit friends here.
Carry your that they will
W. C. Jackson Co. us favorably
II apple., and all
point. shoes kept lay
men, women at J. It.
it h Bro.
J K. Bro. have
just
it. Bro treat a oar load of
Bottom greatest
all extended an ,. A. Willi would in-
Hob to tall form i. prepared
You will have plea-ant to on abort notice and
at
Our a
in style
not offered generally.
Milling Mfg. Co, Ayden,
X. C
I FOR SALE.
For Hale-One Soda
; of tale of
-lore,
also entire stock
of jewelry,
and other
fancy
medical
Dr. hook- now
J W. MOORE,
Ayden, N. C.
Cure
for and following,
can you whole books of wonderful cures, and a contract to
cure you. or money returned
am like new of
Mrs. V Wash
I I in for M. Blob-
i baa
p. -A, Ii- Va
J. R. SMITH BRO.
Ayden Milling Mfg. Co., and
V.
Car
tad
outs at It.
Bro,
received, Una lint
tic., can in you up in any
or price
A Mfg Co,
Pant e applet
ban Hail . to
, are re- to loan turn
. . . ,. no. jars u . pm
to a golden modal.
belt I
J. B Bro.
on
price.
are Wont
it. than none. If
last tire, they tall -help.
Hay, Taylor u .
If. Smith Bro. K. C. can your
Dr. j
on the market have wrong eye
It. Smith A Bro j r
Mi-. Samuel j. B. i i Haiti
i. i .
. I fail
I SELL
Sewing Machines
easy i
taken in as-
. .
plies, Ni Oil,
Bands, i for nil
J. B
ii
Pol , o
pi on the
i;. Smith Bro.
w. t
.
store
, . .,.
received tar load
has I It In Fremont.
Ii
owing
lack
Foil blooded Bock
ii W. J,
for
the trade, are the
on market
Ayden Milling A Mfg. Co.
Carpel all and
at It. ft Bro,
We have lull line of
Every
pair guaranteed.
A Co.
ring f n
rug. I we cannot maintain,
Boot A Mfg, Co., Ayden, I,
B. K. .
beef,
and fresh
VT. ft Co. will pay
you highest prices for your Fort,
Mis. Flaming, Mm. and
Mis. Pluming, of
hare fear home,
A high grade, graceful,
well buggy tan
Iii any style at any at
the Milling A Mfg.
Mum Smith it in
with
lo build
boggles Ac, for not
Is running over with New Goods. Arriving
Daily. Biggest and Prettiest line ever Shown on
this market.
RUGS, RIGS, ALL KINDS, ALL SIZES, AT ALL PRICES
They are worth your Attention.
i iii lb Art
a-the i heel and
led
. Hall i
ti
REPAIR WORK.
Horse Shoeing a Specially.
fencing la In
world -o admitted by nil who
have ll and Who
teen it.
Cold
price, to tail all.
c. and
In order to make room
next day. we will our
regular high grade Bl
low This i-
no lake, but
Ayden Milling and Mfg, Oft
N.
know we
who prefer lo walk or the
men who will not that
era most
i hen price.
House T if
., no
A I.
h . . too v to
work, Hal
a U. bro.
All i Mi -V C.
HART BROTHERS,
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES.
AYDEN, N. C,
d on Weal Street.
accommodation. Turnouts
traveling or porting
public I'm reasonable in ice.
Royal . Fell and
piece Bed, Ar acknowledged to in
World and sold on If
money refunded.
I am better prepared than ever to
my cordially
invite you call at my store,
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS
TRULY,
Dr. Joseph Dixon
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Best
Ayden, N. C.
A. H. Taft,
NEXT DOOR TO SAM WHITE'S.
POOR PRINT





THE EASTERN REFLECTOR
IT
Greensboro officials are also
I inc a turn at the local sport,
. wise under
Immigration.
In so as of
A tort.
K. as second matter,
know upon application. . me of this who are living
post in and adjoining without visible means of support.
to fiction
Q ;
WHY R T
the new There is alive North,
I it in in the stats now, the following
an editorial in Saw York Com-
is interesting.
moat of the thous-
ands c me to us from foreign I
definite
i .
Raleigh is taking advantage i
j m to gal i
m Warrants base bees g .
ind good times.
VAGRANT LAW.
Ii
Ii a J
the
; pen u . ring or
oiling in idleness, who is
work and has no property
ant; ail per-
. . i . immoral or
no property
rs who have
st means of making a
I and make their
ling or by trading or harming in
ten .
.-. r anyone who shall live
rages of his mother,
is I
is t a
only .
v.- ,
morals
that
the
with all
moral
. I child or children; anyone who
. , ., i without visible means or support
.
and have no
means I Other
i sample.
With all the criticism
The.
. too, are i f limited
Th
, i as to y
lid re it would
re, we End
Have
You
Seen
Em
ti
I . immigrants
been n Mr. Bryan b ,. , fully per
create a mighty lug stir when
, men time la talk.
If give the reporter a short
answer when he asks you necessary
don't gel if he
doesn't yet you.
joking, since that banquet
tin. the press has had much
to say a mighty little thing.
Wonder if the president will hang
any on
southern trip.
is defined as a vagrant- .
We take it back who did not get
t their wives trip to Asheville.
the hum
to whom
religion I . swipe from the
tables of Hie white people who em-
With
progress
selves I. and
an impulsive
We i a mistake has
been i
testing a
the A; I
tendered by
John P. l; Mr.
feller Is , and e
us.
We look rd, ski aid
it pi J would be
the and not John
Hi; he
sues it. . the money
The a P st. in com
gives
we believe to a correct view
We re.
. requires
is
It will soon be our time to have a
are not supported by ,
visible means .--.
This law includes the gang of buy. A law
who daily loaf around all.
street corners, and pull cheroot I ,
smoke or .- it i juice.
The punishment prescribed by
Jewel
One song is worth a score of
ii it,
remained in New York city. The
which is appealing for settlers,
got a over of them;
and also he, to ,
blood, K d only ti per
Thai Ibis city is called upon to
absorb its immense proportion of
these heterogeneous elements is
unfair ti the outside States. We do
not need
grants; other sections do
problem of earing for them con
confronts us, with the West
and South the problem is solved
the laud awaits them, and their
come and their future prosperity if
industrious, are an red
The above is written in j
with the fact F- P. Bar-
gent, commissioner gem ml of
has a plan to assist those
States increasing their
population and to aid immigrants in
finding His idea, in brief,
is the establishment of an industrial
permanent Ellis
Island or at some other convenient
point in New fork, where newly-
landed immigrants may learn some-
thing of the advantages of various
States and sections with a view to
assisting then in determining upon
Hi
soon our
now Spring
extra long, collars
and lapels, s h a p o y
shoulders, wide Trousers
with all the late kinks in
cut, and tailoring
If you have not seen
them, you're missing
something,
Single and Double
the now
brown and gray mixtures
or in broken stripes,
Swellest Suits of the we flew.
Our Spring Suit display will certainly tor
the man who wishes style and durability at a moderate
by
THE
Frank
THE
men in pi that mons.
mice by I shall upon the first conviction They who hunt trouble rarely a permanent home. Congress will
of
the roads days
the second and subsequent of-
fences the defendant shall be
over to superior and the judge
s upon the conviction of the de-
send him to the county
roads or workhouse for a term
less than six months nor more than
a year.
It's up to you, Mayor Wooten.
r Ii me home with an empty bag be asked for an appropriation to
There's nothing like the liniment establish this bureau. The plan
another love for a broken heart. Mr. Sargent to be a goad one.
SPRING OPENING
J A
The earnestness with the
people of our town are working to
get the Teachers Institute to come to
too straining of a point to dis- Greenville during the coming sum-
pure and impure
money . which it
is to b i mend
India who re-
. d
from Ami is nut
is very gratifying. When our
people go at a thing they generally
succeed, and the manner in which
they have gone about procuring the
Teachers Institute foretells success
going r it is purchased other town in the county can
workers in to M .,.,,
as Greenville i and the
D hospitality manifested people
,. j is unsurpassed. be
that in m Saturday the
heath
only
v.,.
ill
th
prop
pun
the l.
South needs immigrants of the
sort who wish to acquire property
and establish homes. That it needs
common laborers, field hands, is
denied a cotton crop which is
stony never yet laid
snare torn man with
When the course of true love be-
gins to run smooth, it's ah ominous
sign.
A woman never appreciates the
absolute simplicity of man until she
discovers that, like life,
he is all vanity-
It's easy enough to win the
of the populace if you have
the wherewithal to hire the right
press agent
It's a wise woman who keeps her
husband convinced she is a
wingless angel.
It's a sad state of when the
lire of genius has to warm up
Clothes. , .
often influence others in to make out the tax books for the had SO
him an, tax collector, be shall make out an ,
A rarely thinks statement which t he r I
the
the
An event of first Importance, the
result of careful planning an i weeks
pushing on toward bales faithful WOrk.
The formal opening of the
SPRING GOODS AND MILLINERY
was a triumphant success
surpassing any similar
occasion of the past.
The unanimous expression of
a auditor. he salary, . . j l
make the man, but is per yea. The auditor is WaS that
Hut foreigners who be willing
to obey the laws and conform to
of the country, and who
will take up property and become
settlers in fact, it can hardly have
too Observer.
Good for Counties
There the recent
Legislature for the county of Hun
t teachers
vast and charming selection
B of religion until the day quires lo be published; he shall look -r
doctor Is sent for in a hurry. delinquent tax-payers and I
A coquette keeps one eye on the that property is listed; he shall
coming man, even while she caresses I act accountant for the county in HOt SlOW tO appreciate
the one she has Or- settling with the tax collator . . .
leans Times-Democrat. that he shall audit all and fine gOOdS.
Ii
for
i I lite.
as
How many women
Since the rented In the Slay l Dr.
, It I ti hold- , on-
. monument, tear with some reason on the
. .
the
; I
of
. .
those N ;
liking the
how
g has offered to
donate to th of
North Carolina to erect a library
building on condition that the
raise the same amount.
i i t ,
knows
last to
sat . ; it is
to erect a i.
soil that
to be remembered,
After years of observation we are
led to believe that the man who uses
the columns of the daily, weekly, or
monthly paper lo advertise his
is the man whose in-
creases, and who succeeds financial-
The exceptions to this rule arc
few, thousands of examples
stand out as proof to its validity.
. if it
were hardship becomes Ii; what
. or is i it on the r
hand, U a adding
work is i as a of
training instead of as a tolls
then each trivial act becomes
lull interest and is d m easily,
and in truth artistically,
he continues,
handsome, active and
who during a few years of
housework have become bent and
nod wrinkled, ugly and
hopeless, prematurely old tin the
other hand. I know cases where
through the proper housework
as an exercise and a recreation as n
method of mini and body,
there has occurred a most
increase in health, strength,
weight, ease and grace of
The pictures accompanying tho
Illustrate the proper methods of
performing household duties and
arc a high degree.
may filed against
; county, In addition lo
hi shall make monthly
I e of clerk, sheriff,
l, and i
. i
to tin I coll ed
by tin in In a I . like
this is a n i .
Doth i in the county
the passage of this bill
this new office, it would no
be a good thing for other
c unties to have such an office. It
is badly needed Some other i
ties besides
Courier.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
-OF-
THE BANK OF FARMVILLE, FARMVILLE. N. C.
At thee is of business Mar. 14th,
I. ins a id disc
ts ,
Due from 84,887.86
items Undivided profits,
coin,
Silver coin, 1,201 Oil sub. to 40,125.0
Nail bk, D notes 8,600.00
SIS IS
paid lo
It matter of supremo
that the judgment of tho State
of South Dakota against North Caro-
has been discharged in full.
We owed tho money and it were State of North Carolina, F County.
better that it be paid. To have ha
Total
Total
sold from tho stops of tho at
Washington stock in the North
Carolina to the amount of
this debt, would have been a
which all our citizens should
be glad to see I
Observer.
I, J. B. Cashier of the above- named lank, do solemnly
that the above statement is true to the best my know ledge
and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to before mt, this day of March
J. JOHNSTON, Rotary
Correct
R. L.
T. L
W. J. Tunings,
F PATRICK.
Dear Commissioner
K. W. had his house,
W, Erie. P , j i- -l
iii
In Harsh he had three
others to and thought our
pries high. Bought a us
for one the s
he painted
SI
be did, for need
limes since; he's
got the habit.
The t is
should grudge the cost of good
paint, when about
time-
Good cheap, the
price; and lull is dear, DO
at all, it too to put on.
I. roe is a paint;
paint is Tip- i.- no
is other
paint.
Yours truly,
F. Co.
P. d II I. arr sells
Paint.
OF MRS. NORMAN.
APRILS BEGINS S
r,
ill
TIGHT MO THE CAUSE OF IT ALL
Diet of Stroke of paralysis,
Mrs. Norman, of
Capt J. died at the
Home of her daughter, Mis. J. h.
in Beaver township,
Tuesday, at o'clock p.
Two or three days ago Mrs.
with
sis, that lime her death has
been expected, and a number of
relatives from j were
present at the bedside.
By A E- Means a saving of to per cent on all cash purchases.
was a faithful member of the i m
She leave- a husband
two grown and three
grown sous.
The remains will be taken by
rail to N. today
where the Inks place
in the afternoon.
.
cured of Years of
Suffering;
had been troubled with
buck for fifteen and i
recovery in the use of
Pain
liniment is also an tonal
for sprains ind In nisei-. It is
sale by Drug Store,
Greenville. f
and largest of
Iron at ft M.
These days a to leave
bis win k sod bis book and
line make
Just my spring line of
Begins Oxfords In patent
in I kid, . V
MOO yards of New Hamburg In-
worth and this Wonder Bale,
yards Val grade,
Only o yd.
yards Lace, Values,
POWDER, toe every where
only to customer, ;
PEARL all kind, pure white,
A. P. C. GINGHAMS,
yd In
Ladies Black- PETTICOATS, Inch ruffle,
very tine, quality, WONDER SALK,
Like
a Comet
ll J y cornea
health
. to the weak and
famous remedy wet
last , criB
T V
disordered V
supplies I he natural
Juices cf digestion and
does work of
stomach,
nervous tension,
and membranes of
organ are allowed to
rest and heal. It
Indigestion, flatulence,
palpitation of the heart,
nervous dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles by
cleansing, purifying and
the glands,
membranes of tho
and digestive organs.
Pieces White at Wonderful Saving
to yard
fl i I
BEA ISLAND yard
Don't forget this is
our-
WONDER IF
THE BOSS IS CRAZY
No, on account of the tight we are
forced to offer this new stock of goods not dais
old at the wonderful and of prices,
will bold back. Every dollars worth this
n bis
CLOTHING, Men's tine Suite worth
WONDER PRICE g
CUT in price of pants J.;
Kin. Pants and l
Pants per
Pine Sunday Shoos. Worth and
Wonder Price, go
LADIES Pine Low Cut Shoes, wort l and BO
mi
Negligee Fancy Summer
quality
Cure
Ci a Supply Yon.
11.00
trial which I or
t. C. C.
Patterns Mens Soft Bosom Negligee
shirts, i I grade, Q
. . V; y .
. . -u.
aid Sales
Sale Next Door to Bank of Greenville
Banner.
Look For Wonder
Banner.





MB
. i .
TO FURTHER
STOCK.
We Have Prices.
FOLLOWING CORRESPONDENCE EXPLAINS ITSELF.
GREENVILLE, N. March
Wood
New Sale Conductors,
New York. N. Y.
While bars received considerable over stocked rimes and motoring
through sales you have tor US since February 1st, are still in an unpleasant over stocked
of the merchandise and shall be pleased to employ you to map out a further course for
of choice merchandise and enable us to gut the quickest
possible moment Hg Shipments which we have agreed take. Please
this your best efforts and let us hear from you at once.
Yours very truly,
position relative stag
us by winch rs may be able to dispose of the remaining
give
C. T.
RISE OF THE
H Had Its Origin In Mayer
of Arithmetic.
Had the father of the
had hie way the talents
of tins family never have
been known to the world
When Haver Anselm
a.- ban in the
Frankfort, in 1748, his
secreted lam to the church. Al-
though he worked in his father
tore, driving bargain whenever
there was an opportunity, lie
told constantly he to be-
come a For i long tune the
boy's remonstrance in vain,
bin he overcame father's
will in tin . . a in
The r bed left his
ton one day at the borne i f a
in order ill u this
en ad doctor . the
to choose the vie
the counting room. After
a long talk the rabbi pave the boy
Talmud asked i to I
rt in gee. An hour or so
later the father came for his child,
and. no one at the door, he
stepped into the hallway. A low
murmur from an adjoining room
caused him to look quickly, and his
heart swelled with joy. lie saw bis
beloved Mayer crouching over a
book and chanting from pages
as ii learning something by u
Approaching nearer, be saw the
volume was the Talmud.
are you reading, my
the father, taking the
with one hand while he patted his
head lovingly with the other.
lad answer a loose
out and floated to the
floor. The father picked up the
runaway sheet of paper and stared
at Finally the smile re-
lull it was and more
worldly. The boy tucked into
hi- Talmud a leaf from in old
arithmetic. There was no further
effort thwart the lad's ambition,
and a year or later lie was sent to
r to serve us an of
the banking of
After a short apprenticeship young
Rothschild returned to his native
and opened a banking
of bin own. New York
Tribune.
Something In Addition.
A grocer, la
New up a downtown
He alone fairly
well CW while. nil
one
the
you dost
was Hue cart i
-Cut what is I I
i bans, win-u
buys at Brace Star
dark or proprietor usually elves
Wart is. in
la it. replied me meat
Reflectively and went way,
Um next came was
pen ad aim in l
the was and hand-
ed over tits Boost said
sodden
., is nun of sixteen
seven lint eighteen
ULt
whatever do yea
your a
addition,
gt the following
Orleans Times-Democrat.
Before the J
leaf d
library sate from book
thieves. In big libraries they have
spotters to watch who ask for
ram editions, but la the small libraries
we must depend the mils employed
who happen to a thief by
if we catch the book
thief before I e reaches door and
ask if he has not forgotten to have
the checked off at the
desk. he is old band he
i bare forgotten but I
will bring around
hands beck the book and
to in mat
in for many mouths. The
m of book thieves do not
novels. They go alter works of refer-
year books and such
things. most of
In their business, but cannot
, font bay. Thai is v. by vol-
are nailed down in many
I actually known a woman
to gel with a city directory
her New York Press.
N KW YORK. N. Y., March 1905.
Mi
C. T.
Greenville,
Dear Mr.
of the 4th us at present- Low prices and holding back the cotton
market has place hundreds of Solid in just your position The only course we can ad-
a to entire stock on the market at prices so low you can dispose of the stock quickly and tho
bast you can Holding together thousands of dollars of idle merchandise means final ruin to any merchant
Advertise diligently give your the best of values Thereby protecting both you and your interest
With best wishes for your success We remain.
Respectfully yours,
WOOD BROTHERS.
New York Sale
Earthquake Gowns.
Many earthquake ks were fell
in i in Hue occurred
h on March
S it i -as done, hut the
I occasion improved by various
divines, including Dr. Sherlock,
then bishop of London, who,
ended by a trooper of Lord Dela-
ware's, that a terrible
earthquake would shake the city
April Two or three before
II that date the trooper was sent to
I Bedlam, but London panic
The roads leading out of town
were thronged, and at Windsor
were almost unprocurable, so from the lire and
were the fugitives, Some I fork until cold.
courageous Indies remained home, I
but. not wishing to be buried in the j
ruins of their homes, made them-
I wives quilted in order to i
git more safely out of doors. These
I WON known
Oratory at a Discount.
There is no legislative body where
oratory is at a smaller premium
than in the senate of our time,
the the few men who control
business gained their mastery in
first instance in open debate. But
in the senate the of speech-
making is at its lowest mark. The
proceedings of the chamber are
largely a show. Moat of the real
business transacted in the com-
rooms, in the cloakrooms and
the dinner table.
Soap For Chapped Hands.
Cut one-half of i soap
into very piece-, add a little
water and place on the back of the
ranee where it will melt slowly.
When there are no lump- left, let it
simmer gently. Then until
Still with Indian meal.
heal with a silver
D. W.
Here is a Few of the Many Bargains we are Offering to
snots
A from BOo toll per
Pair
CLOTHING
All
I Q
i thing be
. i. prices
MEN'S PANTS
ERIES
. i i
WHITE GOODS
Fancy Linens, Lawns etc cheap
UNDERSKIRTS
1800 kind
kind
DRESS GOODS
Many pattern to
from one-third oil
BOYS KNEE PANTS
kind All offered
III
UNDERWEAR
kind
kind
Quilts and Comforts.
no Blankets mast go at
DRESS SKIRTS
All remaining sly
half pi
es one-
SHIRTS
kind in at
Playing Barnyard.
made first visit to a New i
York broker's office the other
a man from up the state.
was that of a well known firm, and
I my idea of the oppress-
supposed pervade
such an atmosphere bad a
When passed through the door
began to believe the stories about
bears, bulb and lambs were literally
true. He-ides growls, bellows and
bleats I could distinguish the lusty
crow of a and the
;, I d the room
rather timidly, but found seven
or men, laughing like
t . ii dull and i lie
n,. p rd to
tin
. V ., i
All IN
Groceries
And Provisions
Cotton Bagging and
Ties always on hand
Fresh Goods kept con-
In stock. Country
Produce and Sold
C T.
Greenville, N. C.
Th
i an
to r Walter Be
each being to
pear in the character of one or the
r of On the
eventful ht, however,
appeared in simple evening
among a host of Bob and Ivan-
hose. The host asked him which of
character be represented.
by, replied Dickens,
u character you will find in every
one of Si novels, Um
D. W.
GREENVILLE
i North Carol i n a.
FORAGE, POULTRY,
A to
wed from an old In I in hi
Northwest Ti as, I
II
wrote that paper;
nun ears ii III make
from to bushel
acre, nm
and all It will
teed and b r teed I in any-
thing i ever saw
roe
; bare M
rot a
. I b.
also
for in
few are I I
a s I
lion to ;
SI O. P . N I
Any of the above named par-1
By virtue of con-
upon the undersigned by
an made at Una March term
Pitt Superior court in
tin- cause therein en-
B. Cheery re J. .
Taylor. W A. W. J.
and J U.
will expose to
public sale for cash before the
court house door in town of
on Monday, tin 84th
day of April. the following
accounts and other evidences t I
debt due the late of
Taylor t , the following
parties,
Wm
am Leathers
tics who d
pa;
adjust their to the
said can do M by
said receiver any
before of sale thus
avoid the against
This April
of c Taylor
Dee Council
G M
D H
John
JEW
T K
M F Badger
Nancy
Ann
Ashley Pollard
Moore
Mariner Fields
John Ed Brown
Julia Brown
Van Chance
Louis
Alfred Jenkins
w w Andrews
G Manning
Gus
with
.-in ii
Colic, i bolero
Ml W i . in . ;. , .
S v on i,
1523 on u in
OS
seat of Ala-
Ii. While Here
lies-mi.
ii- steal awl it cholera
HI in a severe
oho my
to more
the
-em
and
Instead, saying that he
ft lid a bat I for, but that thin
m much he
no sod tome in
fix I i. dose of
it and was better is live
M The seen d me
is
three of
Poi ;,; i
S-ore f
To
w lit;
W E Fleming
OH
Otis
Ashley
Bullock
Dill Perkins
Larson
Joe Andrews
Ella Purvis
J W James
Ben Gray
May
had Moore
J II 1580
J A m
Tom
Jim Brown
G H i
Bill Little
George Andrews 1250
Thomas
D Harper
fit's I i I-
J it
John K Jenkins
George Taylor
i ii;
i well
Band Mary
Jesse vi
; IV
W II Harper 1333
Davenport
John Taylor
Tom Taylor
. est Jenkins
s Jenkins
Alfred Teel
B IV Matthews
Jim Bland
Henry Manning
Harris
T Carson
J L
Moore
Cortex ill
Willie
Jesse Thomas, Sr
Cornelius
Barnhill
Charlie
Gabriel Shields
J T aid
Andrew Moore . n i
John
It i
G N
Bi in
HI
Lena
Then
i.
i.
in
l ii. i
an
North Carol Up.
April The
fine stare
Carolina liaise
with f
court
to be turned over to the proper
f the of
Is of the la-
obtained by that state
against railroad
by the Mate of
presented to
state of Dakota for
of Mi, ,;.
In a. and an suit was
In Supreme court to
payment.
Great Sale of Dress
Goods, White Goods and
Wash Fabrics on sale
To-morrow
TUCKER'S
Main Street.
The practical means
adopted to make this store
the of attractive
unequal values
will amply be
during this week.
A Hint to Spring Buyers.
SHIRT WAIST GOODS
We receive today a beautiful line
of Lawns. Piques, Pin Crepe
cloth at prices that will make
you want two.
Cambric trimmed with
ed cambric ruffle
Cambric umbrella shaped lawn
ruffle trimmed with two rows of
point de insertion and lace
ruffle
Best quality up to
Cambric umbrella shaped lawn
ruffle, trimmed with tucks, two
rows of wide lace insertions and
lace ruffle
Cambric umbrella shaped lawn
ruffle, trimmed with line tucks,
deep heavy embroidery flounce
Better qualities up to
Bought a bargain in about
dozen shirts that retail for
while they last
Muslin Underwear
it gowns, v shaped neck, with two clusters of
tucks and and lace
neck, v shaped
with ribbon drawn through
low neck, tuck style, trimmed with
insertion with ribbon and lace edge
Cambric, low neck, trimmed with wide embroidery
edge
dozen spool of all colors to select
from, sells everywhere for a spool, while it
lasts, our price
FINISH
We've decided to put a regular five cents finish
log braid on sale for a few days only, to retail all
this goods for
GINGHAMS
and
lams, almost every pattern
rash for, it lasts
NEW
We have bought a big line
of Hamburg and Insertions that
wait your inspection.
HOSIERY.
Black Fancy and ban,
open for a few days to
New. Not a week old.
we have
retail for
We have the strongest line of
in town, more patterns
to select
where
from than most
any
A. E. Tucker,
Greenville, N. G.
Everything to Date A ,,. lino
About
is had vital
-r,. .
D they lie.
I ,.
is K d II Cm,.
FOR OVER TWENTY YEARS-
., V .,
.-. s iii
Yell
,. I .
l .
a .
ii ti ; .
Bk,
I e I .
Ion ml
h I V- n i
I .
inK, hear
I.
Of
I . pi .
HI i n. . . . ,
. L. W
I I
SB
ill
. cures in
ii i
. I .
K I.
I I, I. , .;
II. . hill i. i.
fill, . i. .
rail hi no
. I . .
Have Held the Record in North C
BONE, For Cotton. ORINOCO, For Tobacco.
that tho Trade Mark is on
. Every B z. None Genuine Without it
r.
Ask your dealer for and don't ti For sale
NORFOLK, VA.
COLUMBIA, S C.
F. S. ROYSTER COMPANY,
TARBORO, N. c
O A
.
if food
J. A. RiCKS
i-
i.
i n-e q rich,
mi i to fill
ii
Ceil -e Ii.
hen. Kill all -.-. mi mil
ii. id lie
Hi , i live
ii ii cuts, .
I when i
hi the n i i
u. ml
a .-. P l ii-s
.
B. . i .
line of Grocer lea
in calling your attention to their nice
mention of apples, bananas, oranges
in season, potatoes and mil
line of Pickles in bottles and
received very cheap. Best of butter on ice at an. tun-.
Don't we can furnish
Anything you Want in the Grocery Department.
meat, and from the best lo
ground I green of each grade.
ARRIVING DAILY.
the
A Tried
t I
it h
old. .
Cure i
in
Java h en
In m keep Is II. an I
the we can buy. Baked beans,
d corn, pork and beans, Bun Hem corn. nip.
. -r.-. All as as they can be, sold. Will
i cider.
d in rills, mi-s and all kind of rake i on I
. every
There is one thing that do not claim In oar to do
and that is in sell goods cheaper than they can bought,
neither do we to our store is
full of-hop worn, our of style nor tilling our store
show bills and n boat will we try to impress false
your mind lire going out of but we
a receiving dully shipments
ideas
do ;
of I lie n ii
RIBBONS. SILKS. LACES
I-1. i i i
.
mer folk
to c.
. i
POOR PRINT





WINTERVILLE
Great
DEPARTMENT
STORE.
This M i in of A. D. Johnston, who is authorized to rep-
resent the Eastern Reflector in Winterville and territory.
Highest . ii--
i. by Pill
Don't t I
cart bubs t
. Fat
v Mill.
r Will
A Mfg.
. .
tat Loot up Mr. Cooper and ask him
rood earl hub-. A. O. Cox Mfg. prices of anything that you
Co are interested in.
Mr. Mia Spanish peanuts for seed at T
IV
the
If you want to buy right, if you want to be treated right,
make our store your headquarters. We Keep a full stock at all times
and solicit your peonage. We have hundreds of articles that we
have not space enumerate, but call your attention to the following
Values
SHOES AND SLIPPERS
Ni. 1- . the up-to-date ma are no Ion
by a dainty with only beauty to com men
Trim and Shoe
, A
worry i tie
cotton you when
yon got through ginning
Oil Mill,
cotton in any the
boat market pod every
It is a of awes
I R. O mi Co. are
selling this -e Smelly
, to date in style, q
and
Misses Bessie ill and
Cult- .
s, my.
to T N. iris Co. fr
n.-n candies, i urn,
n k-d on spring
,. ., ,.
Co
. w-
-me to us we've
ch
CHI.
Some fry to meet
buggies In pi ices. A few try to
i mi I c them in quality
But none undertake to do
Quite a crowd of young ladies
from here lo Branch
N. Maiming
Ben Forrest as spent
day at Charlie
We through the Winter-
Mfg factory one day re
I; is surprising, the many
they do there. The plainer
was humming a merry tune
r must b
and
Fr hi, in
meets tin- I
graceful in lints
., bald k-
i S
the
ill- Hub.
i in
-s
. in ii
.-
of
II,
Prices an; 53.00.
i .
OUR
Ralston
Health
. -A
Fellow Shoes
for
;., ,.
i-.
i Co-
tuck
ii
eyer
mohair
.-.-Hr-
Dora
I,
Guaranteed
costing
he grades
We
i c fin
.,, -in
l- go.
s baa
ladle- hi
i; .
. i-
. i .
i i
. fill ad
k I
.
. I Mi in I
I-
. I-
Keep I
,. 1.1 tie, and av
and doctor b Is,
in ,. It. i
II
A .
,.
.,
it, . it ,
and i
W. A
,,
. . for
,.
iii
i.,. . t i
p d a
. cone .
., Ev ii C
Black
bum an
con- el
j m i, nun n m i
Sunday. OB excursion, a lumber was smoothed,
cumber . I it hack. Two men were making a nice lot
The Pitt County Oil in now f and we never
buying They pay m different Two
the price or will ex era were tan
meal. When yours work. Hand
are lead write for auger were all in there.
A two car, batch of men work
styles of farm buggy safes,
heir prices, are An-
you had better go and make your man WM merrily paint,
his -ion the anvils in smith
Bill of and sounded as if something was
of were doing there. While Calvin
Mi. Baker's Sunday. your meal or flour, and he is the
We samples of over five heal we Know. Walk in
style of wall around, hut don't get in
sets. w,. to y u as way for men are busy.
the cheapest Come and a bottle of Dr. sure
examine before buying elsewhere. fr at the drug More.
it Bro. Jerome
White's Colic and Kidney Care, I of here
the combination kidney medicine sporting.
for stock an a sure colic cute. were shown a letter a
at the Drugstore. Am to A. G. Cox Mfg.
Fayette of Ayden, stating that their wen
among the best baggies shipped
there.
It would you to the
number of a-on- and that
is being shipped and A. Q.
Cox Mfg. Co., but we were in their
shop they had a
nice lot of work jut being com
em are
was iii this vicinity Sunday.
T. N. Man-
C at still the
medicine that will all heart
troubles and
A few the EASTERN
area bit in arrears.
I ha
the on all tin
c d-. la grippe
.
ail mule from plated their timber was tine.
of all oar subscribers Buck, of we
am give receipts here a short stopping
for i he aid sec me J. H. C.
e. d pay hi
Hie i
. in me happy, make
get Lapp
h i pay a
i, . will
, poultry
paints
body,
He your
.- lire
eh
Ci
Bertha
train
invite your attention to cur line of Side Boards, prices
Hall Racks, to White Enameled Iron Beds
, ,, c n i n fr the
to Sadie Seats, Cobbler Scats and Veneer Seats. .
ms
to Extension Dining Tables 53.50 to Bed Spring and
Couches.
FELT MATTRESSES, Prices
danced,
Fm
It ; i
The f
brought I l-i
yourself.
fr all
H .
A Johnston.
C-ix,
ton, A. Cox, Jackson,
Fernanda and 1-. I.
ii went to
The place gut; wire fence
A ii. CoX hive a big
.,; ,. fence
alSO
and wire. Br sure lo
k, i buying
your apt lug of fence.
I work.
Bring me either at my
home i shop.
Nelson.
For Plymouth Bock
. Fob orders
ed as lust a the hens lay. H.
Jackson mill ville H. C.
Mo., ii ma. and lakes
Beady mixed paints
When at A. Do.
Large assortment of pants and
than shoes All men stuck at A.
W. Ange and Co.
Tho A. O. Cox Mfg. Co. expect
to the i ice of
track for tin season
until ii is in easy reach of all lo-
growers.
of Ayden, was
i e Tuesday.
Felix of Kin-ton, is
here.
have moved into my
store depot. I keep
a good line of hardware. Haves
black smith and and repair shop
land livery stable in connection.
W. L. House.
Bruce Holiday, of
on a visit here Sunday.
A. W. to Ayden Sun-
lay.
Oscar Rollins went
ox Bro.
ever
. in vie,
call and
, just iii II-
race
REVERSIBLE GARRETS
Matting, Etc.
BROS- POLISH IS THE BEST Every house keeper needs in her Spring cleaning
We invite you to call on us for any
thing your may need.
J. B. CHERRY CO
Car of 1-
B C
There Is
farmers Te lo y such
high prices Hour they
can raise o and the
Winterville Co l
equipped l-r splendid
Hair
o. ii
spending sometime here, left
on Saturday's
I've the
where I've
a full f up-to-date
Bites bargains
ever saw in and fancy
collars. Laces dress
Lades
invited to call and see me. Mrs.
Sarah
C. A. Fan, of Ayden, was here
g insurance.
store there we think
the most can be pleased
in jewelry.
Sunday
A. G. Cox Mfg, Co. are
I making heavy shipments of col ton
I planters
Should you need in that
i line you had better order at once.
Miss Debbie Manning to
Sunday's train.
Several of oar people have re-
pants cm get any style at painted dwelling
price at Harrington Barber which adds very much to
Don't your eyes feel like there the looks of the town,
is m it in Do they pin you The farmers are very busy here
hauling fertilizers.
Miss Carroll went
Jack Saturday and
day.
on reading t
they become mattered and adhere
while That
paired vision and should be rem
by eye glasses. B.
T. Cox Bo. carry a full line of
spectacles and can fit your eyes
with proper lees.
John Peel, of came in
Monday.
or men to solicit
fir nursery stock in Pitt
door with rails is h For particulars enclose
place to buy cheap goods save . Winterville; N. C.
money a specialty. Farmers who raise hay can
A W supplied with the well
A. O. Cox Mfg. Co. have
just received a lot of excellent We handle T. W. Wood and
poultry fence. If yon are in need Sons and millet
I any yon call see it. T. Cox and Bra.
A strength tonic that brings
rich, red blood. Makes you
strong, healthy and active. That's
what Hollister's Mountain
Tea will do. cents, Tea or
Drag MOO.
In through L. C.
Arthur's truck farm, just south of
town, we noticed that bis potatoes
are coming up nicely.
For 10-syrup. draft
soda fountain and outfit, including
marble counter. Apply
D. J. WHICHARD. Editor and Owner.
and Friday.
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN
VOL. No.
GREENVILLE, PITT COUNTY. NORTH CAROLINA, TUESDAY. APRIL II, 1905.
No.
BEAUTIFUL
INTEREST MANIFEST IN SUM-
MER SCHOOL.
Delightful Reception Given to Friends.
Mr. William K. Nichols a d Mis- BOTTOM i
I were married I , is gladdening lo all the people
Wednesday evening a l the home of of i , h
A T RESIGNS.
JUSTICE COURT.
Church Much Grieved and Will Endeavor Vagrants Hear, Thirty Days.
to Have Resignation Withdrawn. Justice court
At the regular quarterly confer. I dark this morning by
of church Thursday the dusky laces
the bride's rather, I, C in in the Bet A. full-grown vagrants.
in West Greenville, Kev. A. I that Is manifest, l ; mi tendered his ion as pastor I blended fellows, and
of of the church to accept a call were in
The marriage was h em to Richmond, Vs. had calling of without
one. and was attended by a i mm
friends and relatives of I in i i-
the popular couple. The wedding I are .
march was played by Miss Fannie , , ,.
Fa in ch bee. i .
graceful manner. aid it,
green, Slid the bell, i. , ,,.; v i.
from the arch prevented i,
a very beautiful h, st n., ;,.,
soft light of I he Willie car, . .
solemnity to the occasion.
The attendants wen C A.
Had Mich and were in
Until Midnight
I In- board of
AND SOCIAL
Thursday, April 6th, 1903
been fearing this mom days, I visible means of
in.- is knowing that Mr. King had With the of from each to make
if int. rt- i to a call to a larger and but
Log have inviting field, and the, got to pay stale, age, and banks
G. G. up
. were in ., ,
. is mm t
monthly s. . I
all we. t
i g.
The finance reported J. i
that application hod b-n made to for Williamston.
bunks of the for the loan . .
. u returned to Go
evening.
v A, returned
morning
to lie borrowed r
ii
will. Miss
W. C. with Miss Lucy Join. aid of
son; F. A. Patrick with Miss then individually,
Johnston with Mm homes f. i.- h . h
these town-. the
After ceremony c u l-e-t
party repaired in residence high p.
groom, where an excellent me and nib in , teacher is
upper woe served and a delight mo-i
reception given to many friend j and as I
and relatives of the happy couple ; urged, they served church that were
resignation was n t entirely lines-
hat peeled, aid sill it was a lo
i. Win.
H The declined lo accept
r e the resignation and a
. i , of W. H.
O. B. and W.
that T. Burton, to see Mr. King see
if any as lo
increase of or otherwise,
could be offered which
cause him to withdraw Ins
nation. is to b- hoped that
Kind will matter
and cunt ii to serve toe church.
The and
lieu as a unit he shall
not leave them. w have
more loved and admired Mr.
King. He trait of
best the country can afford, and
Bishop Strange Coming. all the
Rev. Robert Strange, D be character church
Bishop coadjutor of diocese I upon them. him He is social, kind, cultured,
Fast Carolina, will visit ii on intellectual, Re exhibits in
villein May and hold a j good clothes to welcome aid enter- his work and
series of services in the Episcopal the- m splendid J Ideal Christian mi He is a
church here. These services will j women,. i called fine feels
begin on Sunday, May . trust be-1 keenly what it will should be
and t- sen-
daring week following. Sun- I e good to
day, 21st, will be last -I
day of the series the tin .-i in
Confirmation will la- i t of
leave. A large people
not of any i lunch join
Hie hope the may get
Mr. King to withdraw his
lion.
. I .
.- He
Ml
I II
bin X .
,., ii,
The Episcopal requires
t her candidates for
shall be instructed carefully ST NEWS,
in the elementary principles fit
Christian id the
life. In .
u cl
been and Will
regularly the church on i
third Sundays during the s
h hour in the n
also at I
This class is primarily n.
who are and desire in be
it is to all
who may to at tend
they expect to
or even if they arc u-
firmed but wish to take advantage in .
of lust Any evening, i
who may attend thee es will to the
be given a welcome. W. K. Cos
ASSOCIATION.
T he
t I In
I. . e .
i . N
be .
e be.
t.
.;
lay
WHICHARD ITEMS.
N. C. April ti,
Everybody is rejoicing the
rain
K. while
with us Tuesday
L. B.
Wednesday a.
Everybody to-
tobacco.
Miss Leroy Mooting is visiting
Mrs. L. B.
t -lay 3-30
o'clock n vi
was u
Miss Ida
hue. is y I
n pi u in lie r . ,
show
pan . t i h
made u . . .
Prof, i. I.
one there i
a tare treat
At the
I. i o ii i .
Ml
Cumins Again Season,
I in . j pa ii
Large Winterville
as Place For Summer School.
There n very luge
i r ,
of the ii ;. lion
e It i day to
where the Bummer school
hull in- out
i ; as a el as a large
friends who were interested in
contest.
The devotional exercises were
by
The for
u us I'll I l
King
and and
Jarvis being who spoke.
Twelve was the h for
deciding v. here the summer
lie held, it was an-
that the meeting was
I. lend- in I'm
p cl lo I
again
rehab . . .
X. i .
I yell i
IV i. cl
. i .
in ,
can In g I
and new
i hut I ex-1 ready to hear from those present
matter
o was also
stated that the n had been
made that ii he In -i to
begin work on the .-. . rage system
on,
me i-
county , and low u taxes. under
a receipt is a strange looking
to Jim, if he doesn't
scrape up a few n the next thirty
Hays, says with warm weather
county will give him a lit cause sickness After i
Charles took his sen- of the matter the board was
Mice of bis usual of opinion that the work should
cod natured way, but I be done as early possible
baptist, Will make a nice, let The street reported
mad hand, wished to convince the the streets were in better
curt he actually performed than they have been for some
some labor. However, he ; lime, much work being done during
and inters upon duty of the past month.
a mad baud at once. Governor T. appear-
before the board in behalf of the
graded school trustees
King. another of these
good natured fellows, and made
request-
ed that the graded school building
frantic efforts to convince court be wired for electric lighting. The
that he spends ins board authorized that this be done
pulling whereupon at the expense of the town.
tire informed him as ill The lights wells c
was instructed to lake the pump out
of the well near the old market house
and equip the well with buckets.
The committee was also instructed
to look into the matter of providing
other warrant for vagrancy have
was not fodder pulling time
present, he would give
task to and
him to thirty days.
We understand that several
been issued, and I here inn lie
something doing again real
places
ITEMS.
for watering biases.
market committee reported
that two additional stalls in market
house had been routed to fish dealers.
. . morning
lay evening from Baltimore.
returned
day evening from Henderson.
Mis. D ti. House, Mrs. W. a.
Bowen and Mis. J L. Little -pent
t in the village of House.
Mrs Jack R.-ed, who has been
the bedside f hex husband,
left this for Plymouth.
Mi-s Maggie who has
h.-i- sister, Mrs. E. B.
to Scotland Beck
ibis morning.
Mi-. and
chili of who have
been Visiting her parents here.
i a rued home even-
Friday, A; Till,
J. I Latham, of Washington, is
town.
Mrs. Iv J.
L. I. Moore returned this morn,
from New Bern.
II. Hill, of is
in Greenville today.
this
cemetery committee
;. i. K. A 1905, reported three lots p Id during the
Today's rain to pie past month Wire and posts have
farmers. been ordered f. r enclosing
at tended
services at Little I b look after
night and Sunday. for the ti ill case
B. I. to Parmele Greenville as the place to
Tuesday and lo hold the summer . reported
Ayden the progress their
won up . ii the
of in cl officially
invite lo held Hie summer
in re. and i . citizens
Prof. G. W. . M.
of Ayden, I I
vices Creek Sun
There was a
organized at St. Sm us he may i,. . with
day afternoon. u large As on In secure
attendance and prospects me fair the summer he teachers are
for a model school. offered boarding places for
Kev. Mr. Pate tilled his regular and a i of
in the M. K the
las- Sunday. school.
M-s. R. I. The officers Died their
her mother In monthly reports The dispensary
City for about three weeks, report allowed n profit op to April
turned yesterday, This
end to the bachelor business Taxes on incorrect I v
he s it is
Mr. Corbett.
time.
Mr. and Me. F. Mo.,
Snow Hill, visited friends here
la-t Sunday.
I. lie Greenville, Ayden and Winter-
rills Invited the I tn hold
the institute In
d of I Mayor K.
it J, L. Ki. . Mi. F. C.
II u spoke
i I, lo Prof T. K. Peden
i- spoke Ayden, Mr. l. Cox
. sure no v c m afford
. , . ,
We understand of the lime i . id a
ville is soon i i b an Odd license issued to the lath
lows lodge, true A donation of a .
such a lodge would he Grimes Camp
to this and we feel for their here
returned Thurs-
day evening Wilson.
Miss Pattie to
to j.-.
Mis- Florence Dall, of Greene
i was here,
home Thursday evening,
j Satin day, 1905.
J. Little came in this
; f from illusion.
Mi.-s Tyson to Kin-
Friday evening.
Harry Skinner returned Friday
Miss Marian Draper, of
son, Mi-. Q, s.
Miss Florence Blow, daughter
i Mr. and Mis. Alex. L. Blow,
nave a birthday part Friday
afternoon.
Mi- Annie Tarboro,
spending sometime
W. I. family L. H. Pender,
home this morning.
i; l lowed to Mrs. F. G. Whaley Mrs. O.
carry livery business in the G. of who
IA. Kit during the were visiting Mrs. J. L. Little.
listed
Ilk I . . many
to be i
. i
.
. J .
Li i berry
home Friday evening.
Mi-. Little and little ton, James,
them home.
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a i bun I h Let i
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sheriff i.
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Opening.
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use, . , ;
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Title
Eastern reflector, 7 April 1905
Description
The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
April 07, 1905
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MICROFILM REELS GVER-9-11
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