Eastern reflector, 4 September 1914






mm
Lanterns
Strong and Durable
For Fishing,
Camping,
and Hard
Use under All
Conditions.
Give steady, bright light.
Easy to light Easy to
clean and Don't
smoke. Don't blow out
in the wind. Don't leak.
At dealers everywhere
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
drain Privileges
mm n wheat.
and calls are the safest
of trading in
I or oat Because
absolutely limited to
bought. No further risk.
Positively the most profitable
o trading.
Open an account. You can bay JO
puts or calls on bushels
for or you can buy both
Having qualified as administratrix
of the estate of the late Dr. E. A.
i to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of the said
Dr E A. to present the same to
Hie d administratrix on or
August ISIS or this notice
will be plead in bar of recovery. All
pert indebted to said estate will
please make immediate settlement.
This August 1814.
P.
Administratrix
for or as many more as you wish
An advance or decline of cent gives . PIERCE, Atty.
the chance to take profit
A movement of cents profit.
Write for full particulars and bank
references.
R. W. Having qualified as
t Ohio. late of Pitt com-
Address all mail to Lock Box 1429. North Carolina, this is to notify all
to the undersigned administrator
W Item.
Va
Norfolk, Va.
BALTIMORE.
Charlotte. N. C.
W. Va
S. C.
It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
writing of her experience with the woman's
tonic. She says began to use
my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's Tonic
a trial. I still use when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman-
trouble. Signs that you need the woman's
tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today
persons having claims against the es-
of said deceased to exhibit them
M- s D Thorne, our excellent from
correspondent to the Re-j or this notice will be pleaded in bar
Hector, hi spending this week at Mt of their recovery
H will re-1 persons indebted to said
TO
Having qualified as
of BUM lat of Pitt county. N. C .
this is to notify all persons having
claims against estate of the
deceased to exhibit them to the
on or the
of August this notice will be
plead in bar of their recovery. All
persons Indebted to said i state will
pi. a make immediate payment.
the day of August. 1814.
ALFRED
Administrator
PATENTS
t v. M a
PATENTS I
Jon. I . . t U
unit
D. SWIFT
Seventh St., P.
By virtue the power Of
In a certain mortgage
executed and delivered by J. I.
and wife Mollie and W
Cherry and Wife Cherry to I
It. Davenport on the day Jan.
1806 . duly recorded in the I
in Office Pitt County, S, C.
in Hook J s page the undersigned
will expose to public before the
Court House door in Greenville, N
to highest bidder for rash on
Monday the day of September
at m. a certain tract or par.- i
land laying and b. in
of Pitt and State of Carolina
and described as follows,
Situate in the Town of be-
ginning at a stake in front
of the Post Office and running East
feet to the R. S. Tucker line, thence
with the R. P. Tucker line North
feet, thence West ward fifty feet
theme South feet to the
containing square yard
Sale made to satisfy said mortgage
died.
This the day of August 1914,
J. It DAVENPORT,
Mortgagee.
JULIUS BROWN, Atty.
DR. FOR I H.-
ISl, HI
To me it is with a great deal
; i to endorse the candidacy
I for the Legislature, for the
. -in that he is a man of
and conviction, a student and a
a thinker and a worker, a
man of broad sympathy and acquaint-
ed With the people's needs. us
ourselves by voting for him in
i Is lei lion the County will honor It-
If and services in the Legislature
the Kate will be blessed.
Too often have we turned from the
W and prudent, and bestowed
upon the simple, but this time
be wise and generous enough to
vote- for the vote for Dr
Loftin for Legislature.
A. DEMOCRAT
TO It HI I TO s.
The undersigned having this
qualified as Executrix of the last will
and testament of Mamie not-
ice is hereby given to all persons In-
to the undersigned Executrix
and all persons who hold claims
against said estate are hereby notified
to file their claims with the undersign
ed within twelve months from the
date of this notice or said notice will
be plead In bar against the recovery
on said claims.
This the day of 1914
L. ADA
Executrix of Mamie
HARDING PIERCE Attorneys.
Mate Pair at lies Moines
MOINES, la, Aug
State Fair opened h-re today
under favorable auspices and will
continue until Sept. The fair Is
She first to be held in the central
st this year and is at-
more than ordinary attention,
The management has been working
hard to have the exhibits above tin
average and the result is the
and best collection of agricultural
horticultural and live stock exhibits
shown here. The record-break-
crops throughout Iowa are ex-
to contribute In large measure
to the success of the exhibition. The
e promises to lie unusually
large,
vis urn, sum Cots
D he wont no of bow long Handing,
re cured by th. wonderful, old reliable Dr
Hatting It
fain ,
THE FARM
U the of all
LIME
U the basis of all goad Uniting. Write for
by the best authority in the United
States, on Lime on the Farm, and price
purest lime. Don't buy band,
etc. A postal will give you
POWHATAN LIME CO.
STRASBURG VIRGINIA
home in Rocky Mount,
turn next week to take up his work
student of the Winterville High
School.
Mrs. and mother
ill-law Mrs. Mumford of
d. n. spent Tuesday here visiting
A W. Ange, J. P.
and II Forrest left Mon-
day morning tor northern markets ti
purchase their fall stock of goods.
They were by Messrs
R, w. and Amos Braxton.
Prof. C. Buck of Grimesland
spent Sunday here. He will soon en-
A ft M. College at Raleigh. He
Is an old student of W. H. S.
Mr. J. R. Cox has been appointed
express agent In the place of Mr. J
who resigned. Mr. Greet
is still at his post as our most ex-1
railroad
Mr and Mrs Jesse Rollings visit-1
ed relatives at Whichard Sunday.
and Mrs. George J.
spent Tuesday here making
visits Brother is preaching j
Strong sermons to good congregation;
at each of his appointments at th
Baptist church.
A new line of shoes has Just arrived I
at A. Aug.- Co's. Call and j
them.
Tripp. who has been
leading at the Oxford ;
for tin- summer is spending some time
at her father's home. She holds a
regular place in the Durham
Schools.
Mrs. Lydia Dixon spent Tuesday
and Wednesday visiting relatives an
friends In Ayden.
Mr. R. T. Cox has gone to Pitts
bur. Pa., on a trip.
The lift, tilth session of
High School will begin Tuesday, Aug
IS. A force of hands is at Work
getting the building and grounds in
Despite th war situation
and late crops Prof. Nye is expect-
a good opening.
Miss Jenkins, a trained
of Watts hospital in Durham
spent a few hours hi re Monday
Mrs. J. W. Harper.
Mr.- M. L. and two
t. rs. after having spent about
months visiting Mr. and Mrs.
ant in the country, left
for their home in Greenville, Ills.
The Civic League of the Town
will be addressed by Hon i
Frank M. Wooten of Greenville or
Thursday evening at S o'clock, in lb.
Auditorium of Winterville High
School. The public Is cordially in-1
to Mr. Wooten, who is
man of large experience in civic j
Our good women are deter-
mined to have a clean town and they ;
are succeeding.
Miss Kate spent Tuesday
In Kinston on
Mr Leo. left this
to spend a few days with relatives in
Onslow county before taking up his
Studies in school here
W, B. is spending some
time with relatives in Kinston.
Fine
As usual there were good pictures
White's last night, and
the specialties were something One
These were by Mr. and Mrs. C. J
In musical on
nets, harp and piano. Mr. is
blind, yet his on the piano
and other Instruments was wonderful
He could carry four distinct airs at
me time.
will please make immediate payment
This August 17th, 1914.
L. D.
Administrator
F. O, James Son,
FIXED
BY MAYOR JAMES
POI TRAINS
some time past the police have
troubled considerably by the
jumping off and on moving
trains on the Norfolk Southern near
the station, which is not in accord
With city ordinances, so this morning
j Neal Farmer, Button and
Carr were brought up
Mayor James t barged with offense
and he imposed a tine of
on the first two. while the latter
was forced to pay and cost, it
being his second time before His
Honor for violation of this ordinance
There were six cases before the
Mayor Monday morning as
Dr. William Fountain and Mr. Fred
paid and cost for an
affray.
Gray paid one dollar for
allowing his horse to run at large.
Francis Slaughter, a was
sent to Jail for fifteen days for riot-
and disorderly conduct and us-
profane and vulgar language.
Walter and Jess Bryant were
up charged with disorderly conduct
Bryant paid a tine of and Crate.
was
In another case Walter
guilty of disorderly conduct
and paid and cost.
John Smith, colored, was found
with two gallons of whiskey which
double the quantity allowed an
by law. His case was con
Ml red until next Saturday.
-Ill H GREENVILLE. Its IF
Th following verses were
v Mr. Wallace who is m
employed in New
Greenville, Yours if you
Is a slogan truly tine.
For Greenville is the finest place
In the land of the Long Leaf Pine.
Greenville has forged far ahead
Of any other town.
In North Carolina, or in States
Many miles around.
In size she has almost doubled
Since nineteen hundred five.
And you know how Commercially
She is very much alive.
And should choose a plate to live
I'd not wander far away;
But here in good old Greenville,
I'd always want to stay.
Should any like the Cabarets.
And lights of old
I-et them read tin few words.
And resolve at home to stay
Wallace Mack.
NOTICE.
North Carolina. Pitt county.
In Superior Court.
E T. vs.
Josephine
The defendant above named will
notice that an action entitled as above
Court of Pitt County to obtain a
from the bonds of matrimony
has been commenced in the Superior
and the defendant will further
notice that she is required to appear
at the next Term of our
Court of Pitt County, to be held on
the second Monday after the first
Monday of September it being
21st day of September, at the Court
House in said County and in Green-
ville, C , and answer or demur to
the complaint in said action, or the
plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
This the day of August 1914.
A. T. MOORE,
Clerk Superior
JULIUS BROWN. Attorney
for
Inn Parent-
to Haw i
ti
of lie patrons of the
Greenville Graded schools is calico
i the following regal passed by
the Board of at a meeting
on June
Ail pupils who not already
been successfully -vaccinated for
small pox must be
sixty days after of school
in the tall This be enforced
in the white and
It will be well this attend-
ed to as soon as in order that
children may not be kept of
school.
Also the board his that the
four months term of at
shall begin the open
of school This is
in compliance t general stat
law and applies to all children b--
tween the ages and twelve
years live graded
school Th Chief of Police
baa been appointed officer
, by the school
The model school a part of the
j graded school open at th-
time the school opens. All
pupils will come main building
together on the day and thin
one section each grades on-
two. three and font -will be transfer-
red to the model The
critic teachers who have charge
of these grades will on hand just
as the other
Supt.
Farm i rimmed
of record-break crops pro-
in Kansas this it has
led to hold a produce
snow in The local com-
club is of
for tho which
will open mi and con-
several days.
Dr and
Farmville
Mrs. Paul E. Jones,
and Miss Annie Gertrud.
Mill Manning returned Jones of last here
Monday from an extended visit
Louisville, Ky., and Suffolk.
Mis-, Minnie Skinner left this mom
for Montreal.
ELLS
raw
. I
SO, a box. M
, j. I bra H
Pi.
OINTMENT
FOR
Twelve farms in Martin County,
varying from thirty-two to five
scree In size, on easy terms and
reasonable prices, solicit Inquiries.
Martin Realty Co.
N. C.
J. Everett, Atty.
Greenville, N. c.
How To dive Quinine To Children.
to an
Unproved Quinine. II l a Syrup, pleat-
to lake
Children take It and never know it Quinine.
adapted to who
take ordinary Quinine. Ii r. not nor
-MM nor In bead. Try
the Deal time you need Quinine any
2-ounce The
I i in bottle, h
Carpenter's and Builder's
Hardware.
Everything for Building
AND THE BEST.
IF YOU USE THE RIGHT BUILDER'S HARDWARE WHEN
YOU PUT UP A BARN OR BUILD A HOME IT WON'T HAVE
TO BE EVERY WEEK IF YOU USE GOOD, DUR
ABLE BUILDER'S HARDWARE.
CHEAP HARDWARE IS NOT CHEAP, BUT THIS BEST
HARDWARE IS NOT BUT CHEAP
WE SELL THE BEST. SE E OUR SCREEN DOORS AND WIN
Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers
PHONE
GREENVILLE
NORTH LI NA
is
OF E ASTERS
CAROLINA. IT HAS
POPULATION OF FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
IND ONE. AND IS
ROUNDED BY THE BEST
FARMING COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES OF ALL
KINDS ARE INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HAVE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAY OF
LABOR, CAPITAL AND
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
A N D NEWSPAPER
PLANT.
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE HUN-
AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE THE EASTERN
PAST OF NORTH CARO-
LINA AND INVITE THOSE
WHO WISH TO GET BET-
ACQUAINTED WITH
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
i BUSINESS WAY TO TAKE
i PEW INCHES SPACE AND
TELL TEEM WHAT YOU
TO BRING TO THEIR
ATTENTION.
OUR I SING
HATES ARE LOW AND CAN
BE HAD UPON
Russians
to Lorraine
JAMES
Associations m
II HIS
Germans Back
Heaviest Fighting In Vicinity Of
Where Germans Have
Great Strength.
Winterville, -Toe Y M. C. a
Y. W. V. A.,
School held a Joint meeting Sat-
C. W.
ii.-e. spoke to on the them
without
showed forcibly the need
preparation tor life the Import-
i the right kind
He said, strong body
a well developed mind, and a strong
moral character are three essential
Many Cases Disposed
Imposed
And fines
it sent h
lithe
I III
r- Hire B
I in I t
in
Wilson Is one or the best
Of Eastern North Carolina
and always takes a delight In pointing
the people to the higher
V S be had the
was exceeding f.
Monday morning Mayor B. James
disposed a lengthy docket and th
Mayor not to show the la
Turkey Expected to Enter
Into War Today.
Army Withdrawn
From Allies
Driven Back to Oise Fifty
Miles From Paris. British
Losses Are Heavy, Hun-
Have Been Killed
And Wounded
ARTILLERY FIRE ANNIHILATING.
ROME, Sept. army fighting
withdrawn. Did enter
staff to have bombarded. Eighth day
finds Austrian out and hard pressed
in securing the services of Prof.
son.
Mies Kate Chapman left
for Baltimore where she will purchase
her lull
young men think a wife is all the
The court disposed of the following
Albert using vulgar
profane language in a public place
guilty and that the defendant
. be confined In the county jail tor IS
need but when get a if.-
soon learn that they need some fur
to set
Co.
for the
Then it is the
your friend a. W.
who has an up-to-date line
keeper
those famous Hunt
Club shoes at B. D. Co.
Mrs a Aug.- children left
are both sides. The fire is tor to visit her
described as annihilating. ,
They have tune to the dead and coiled ,. ,,,
wounded the battle is raging over them. j good . right.
i Mr
RUSSIANS THRONG AUSTRIA
LONDON. Sept. 2- Russian embassy has
that Russian advance will throng Austria, con
In a must
Ida Jarvis, engaged in
and using vulgar and profane
language in a public place, pi. ails
guilty and that the defendant he con-
In the county Jail U nays
and
Batter Wilson and James Wilson
engaged In disorderly conduct and
mutually assaulting each other, each
pay a and 1-8 each.
Ruts Lee May. engaged In
and using vulgar and
in a place
, w Thompson of ; profane
i town Monday on business I pleat's guilty and
d to remain
Every house wife
wants a lovely in the county
jail S period of
AUSTRIANS ROUTED AT POINT OF BAYONETS
ST PETERSBURG, Sept. -Sweeping
the Austrians reported at war office. It was announced
that Russian left wing was operating from a position on
captured
i e i. . i ., .
and Harrington, Barber o
haM fancy that will
room the prices are right.
can get your
days to week at K. W. Dall's
Meters. Charlie Elks, and O, C. Buck
of were visiting friends
lure Sunday.
days all cost.
John smith, engaged In
using profane language
butter public place pleads not guilty, fine I
w on
. DO and
Jennie Martin Brown.
and Williams, engaged in
and assaulting each
Ogress is still trying to provide other. guilty Brown and
LONDON, Sept. embassy has announced
that Russian advancing toward Lorraine where a
siege of positions was in pro-
driving the back the last two days.
They partial at -Mouse and
district. They compelled the French to with, raw
their lines near Meuse. The left wing was attacked by ;.
superior tone ill district and
retired They drove the tenth army
nous hack at Oise on account of the progress of the Ger-
man right they were unable to follow up to advantage.
General movements continue the
All the military Hospitals in Paris were tilled to
their capacity with many wounded British.
and captured supposedly , . an,. i-a cost and to th.
and heavily position of Russians charged,, way w jail ,
at point of bayonet swept over entrenchments com-, J- cotton mm
routing th-
e troops and five thousand
Austrians were left iii the field. Tho Russian have
captured big guns, more than a thousand
including Commanding General it
success of the Russian left. Not being able to
With center and retreat the Austrians were men
aced.
prices an pleads guilty each pay
tine . and cost.
Mr and Mrs B. B Williams of driving an
iS visiting Mr. r P over the street, at a
than miles per hour and in a
B n A Co., will give you .,,,, manner, not guilty,
on matting, J and Being unable
FORMING ADVANCE GUARD.
PARES, Sept. allied lines of the I
THREE HUNDREDS MILES OF BATTLE
ROME Vienna dispatches state that a three
mile of battle from Prussia to the river
have reached a height of fury. The have
after the fighting battle.
general staff are attempting to annihilate the en-
tire Austrian army.
The beat is always the cheapest then
gel your shoes from Marring
pay was directed over to
n. county hotel for no lobe
on to pay
med along the line extending from
Forest and the heaviest fighting is in the
of where the German infantry has great
and a large force of German
advance and movement toward Paris. A party
Paul retrieved situation
nine that is n-w under command left
CO-operating with Sir John of the French.
WIRELESS STATION ATTACKED.
Sept. was flying at the
of six thousand feel and dropped a bomb Into the
An attempt against wireless station but the
mark Zeppelin was forced to fly before a heavy
Cannon and rifle lire from the fort. Four Civilians
injured from Zeppelin bombs.
them before buying
TO V
Milk Cows, Chickens, eggs. H
W Hail.
Lodge No of
C A M meets Thursday night, visit-
i ,. driving a
, v, I over streets at a greater
than miles and In a reek-
leas manner pleads guilty lined
and i
Harms engaged in
BRITISH LOSS SEVERE.
French reports
British losses was fighting and killed one hundred
and Sixty, wounded six hundred eighty, and there
missing forty two hundred and seventy. War office an
that the National relief fund started, Prince
Wales funds have reached ten million dollars.
ALLIES DRIVEN BACK.
PARIS, Sept. It is officially stated that the Allies
center holds the battle lines that east and through
departments Oise It is admitted that
the Allies were driven hack to within miles .
PARIS, Sept- -War admits that the French
are slowly advancing in Lorraine. A general engage-
is in progress in the vicinity of Meuse.
B I ilia,. .--- . .,.
are cordially Invited to conduct plead, guild
Storage
The Farmville Oil A Co,
Most I y Bros .
local representatives have decided t
Offer to the Farmers of Pitt
of their large
MRS, P. it.
OF
DEAD IN
a telephone message to
i,,,, morning announced th.
dead or Mrs Mollie wife
Mr Peter II. Hives, of
Hives retired tor the storage of cotton. This is
. about t largo building with a
when Mr. Hives cams In ab
,, his he No th. farmers
., ,., for the night ins wit. opportunity
dead store their cotton,
could be at I The Storage end Insurance rate
Besides the husband Is survived Tel n
,,, children, live daughter, and but win be made w
lo sou.
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CAROLINA HOME
and FARM and EASTERN
REFLECTOR
by
D. I
CAROLINA
out rates may bad
application at tile business
Th Redactor Building, corner Evan
All cards of resolutions
J respect trill be i
par
Communications advertising
Kill charged for at throe
per line, up
catered second class matter
August M, at . office at
North under
act of March 1879
FRIDAY I. 1914.
hats have begun to look
. i ;
W the
Raleigh Times drop
to the front to the Get tin box head chuckling over tin
tearful faked the Item about sinking;
On Friday, at In nut.-
fill c home two miles from town
Mr I. Joyner. kept up bis annual
i. . when the forces the American ships, when II saw
of serving a barbecue dinner
i Stale thought tin
meet.
ill. . Aug. II The r-
Junior will t i
program Sunday at i. m. in
,. i
it be ought to.
for the time being, then
o i will be usual number of
Sum Parisian bats worn in America
ill, r ii
. man I s ems to h.
Th
I bettor than any
them.
papers th. stats thought to Ike Tobacco Board program at p. m. in
it. Th Ural that in Trade some of his Mends. There Episcopal church. Mr N By-
ling the war has cut off for the of then Just fifty seated around the lone. Kinston will be present and
read.,, were copied in th- under th,. large oak.
from lawn, and it was a teal attend.
Indeed of which they partook. The Regardless of who you are or
was prepared no the are I D Forrest . Co, has
disreputable act that stamped It as with aide dishes for relish, and
i n Ion j Ideal a denser course of and cake
followed, with cigars as
touch
Hue up the
and Kings and l i
.
Ii hurls our pride
the news I P
ed by
Ii been suggested the war
w ill stop tty gulch if
ii I n Bl s an embargo
export of rood stuffs. For good
sake stop the exports and let
the w end.
Tint is, but so far it has not
i condemnations of the
your ready made suits an
mail, of tin beat material the
finishing
Harrington, r Co, will make
hat protect in. occasion also afforded u re
union of the old tobacconists who had
have fought to build and for
son, an opportunity for the m-v
comers to gel acquainted.
Mr. and Mrs. most
Ii i- passing strange
arc happy th
year i
a high tariff wall
the country. The condition they
sought lo obtain is established In a delightfully, and their hospitality on
twinkling by the European war. There Friday lacked none of their accustom-
I is no longer any competition with Their friends always
If Hi.- Russian
he i k
b. ., rumpus
Ii
there
l as if the i tin-
Is big for the market.
There are several places around
tow n that the might look after
. . prove
is waking up his
summer nap, and will soon be in the
soup
murder .- t m what i- need
less war
-----o
American neutrality means also
Here is a rift In the Potatoes
o---------
The book with the
the war will soon in around,
One about I mountain fuel
war i- there aren't enough
to hold a reunion afterwards
is going to be I serious war
an. r all Word comes from Missouri
the demand for mules has
most doubled up In
When Kings begin to make Batter-
speeches. It's high time for their
subjects to out more life In-
If all her .
logo back
he much left to little old
York.
Nations fighting lo make peace i
. i-. a
Tar River Is running right us
a- usual, bill freight boats are not
running on it.
Th. people of Hi.- States have
cause to feel grateful
we have WoodroW Wilson in the
chair in such a trying time.
nothing to
I here I-
i i prohibitionist
a thirst
--------o-
keep those
from going on
pauper products of Europe. Foreign
manufacturers are all excluded from
our markets. We arc
the limit and having no means
as a result of protecting our
pleasure in being with them
SILVER
men haul marine to death, the
Mi. mid Mrs. T. t
Their
tit their home on
, street. Mr and Mrs. C. T Mun-
Inn; i is our only recourse the an-
And still protectionists are not happy of their marriage, which
ii your interest to see then when
yon want anything in dry good
notion
Mrs T COX made a short
to Ayden Wednesday.
A large car load of building
at A. W. Ange Co.
Mr. R. T. meaner returned Thurs-
day. a three weeks visit to Ins
home near
Just received a big lot of new goods,
goods trimmings and the
styles at Harrington. Barber Co.
To make life walk easy you will
to wear Hunt shoes. II. I. For
res- Ac Co., just received another
large shipment.
Miss Fannie Lee Spier returned yes-
after a few days visit to her
cousins Mr J. It Spier, near Ayden.
If you are in need of a good cook
or range examine our line. They
occurred August 28th,
i the home was most handsomely
The attitude the Administration decorated, the parlor being In
on tin-question Of war loans to green, the library ill pink and arc up-to-date. A. W. Ange Co.
, ., i -rein room ill green ant Mrs. T Cox want to Greenville
belligerents is eminently sound green tin room m I
I and the dining room green
This is a neutral Mr. weaver Norfolk is visiting
lion. While American sympathies j.,,,., mt the front Mr and Mrs. W B. Win-
may lie largely on one side of the great Mr Robert Greene. Jr. and gate here.
I en arc with hail
i i um.- all the time,
If Russia .
it
but
Prim l It I
hat to I th
world
but my seem I i .
lo . .,,,
to
Idea
This Is a inn
editor for on
than
when the news
Hunks In I- r
porting editor
would happened
If had devoted to
Ism all years ml of m
and peace
Almost any sensible woman would
r h. lug the a lively and
affectionate wage earn r tin
a hero
Am r horror or war i- ill iv i
i, Ann r i an
will no ii drink their Ann
; d
Mr i i
worked out I should
. given
a i In
has a col nil
already, T hat good in I
should take
fa
farmers her with I i
found that buyers on the
market are ready to
for It
i lays the war news sent
lightning striking his was
The censor
I. . , time.
Mexico i- Hading to
ex In news
columns on a. count of European war
Is ready for peace plans In lie applied
By the humor of th
liner
toil luge Frenchman's Hay.
W i gar what the New York
women thought their parade in
of tin European war should
M. Americana in our deter
to be neutral should be care-
in hotels to stifle preference for
or tried
ts and order them served plain.
did nut until tin
was ho uppish
was r him .
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III membership
It will soon be time for the n
I i I styles In
The Meuse too, seems to be a River
I just now
Belgium must he getting tired of
being used as a battle hr h
rest if
press agent is sending
some amazing stories about the pat-
fever of the Russian people.
We wonder what Gen. Sherman
have called it it he had lived
until today.
hop- the candidates will not try
to make a war ill print,
the American people are well l .-s King. At the parlor door
content to maintain the policy of they were received by and Mrs.
Loaning money to one;
or more of the nations involved In the
ably
who present-
ed them to the receiving line in which
i Mr. and Mrs. Mr
may not be a technical Mr Robert Lee, Mrs.
Of neutrality, but Silas Warren, of Wilson, Mrs.
from a moral standpoint it Is Powell of Wilson. Miss
, i ford. Miss Martha Tyson and Dr. C.
rendering assistance to a belligerent I
i Moore, of Wilson.
Furthermore, as money provides library door were re
sinews of war. the best way to insure by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert White,
an end to conflict Is to Mr. and Mrs. U Arthur and
hold the sinews. And peace is the one Presented lo the receiving line in this
, ,. , j room in which Mrs. II J
thine above all others that the lilted, ,, ,.,. Mrs. Theo-
earnestly wishes for as ,.,.,
outcome of the war.
Ill mil ill
Johnson, Of Scotland Mrs
rick Gammon, of Mrs a. C
of Wilson.
At the gift room door tin y wen you want in dress goods, notions. I
Harrington. Barber Co., have Just
received another shipment of Shoes
can lit the men . women
The Society
the High School met last
night and elected the following officers
Vice Wyatt.
c. ii President; n. i- Scott
Jackson. G.
. Supervisor; S. O.
son. B. S. Mar
J Carpenter. Critic.
With this excellent corps of officers
we forward to the best years
work in the annuals of the Society.
The ladies usually want what they
want when they want it and B. II
Forrest Co. Is the only place that
you can find it at They have anything
and
Nearly every gives our received by Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Kicks. trimmings.
, , ,. thankful and in this room punch was served I Cook stoves and ranges now i
people additional cause for thankful- t y a
Lu k is to be found in pluck, and
oilier plat i
Woodrow and nit
Theodore Roosevelt, is
the Stales The feat mass silver gifts that
on
Co.
Tb-t Society
of Hie High School met
this country's citizens are peaceful friends.
Mr. Smith
peace-loving.
They are grateful
I Cherry, and Mrs. I F. Lee. Here were
also displayed the large number of
from a host last night and elected the
Mis-. Leary, Vive-President;
ram,
h and Miss Pink
Miss
Manning directed the gin-is Tucker,
rowers think there i- of the hall to the dining room door where Johnnie 1-nu Treasurer
of war, the I State is peace ,.,,.,. by Mr. and Mrs. F. We expect an excellent years work
G James, lee cream, cakes, under the leadership of the corps
and salted almonds were served by officers.
Misses Lizzie Whitehurst, Ian y White-
unmindful of the fact such a , , ,.,,.,
ii n Hull to I he war i loud.
win
An
We i Imagine
would more welt than
tin- ii ii H Lump, war
The farmers with of
y in r will be
on fellow s from now
Why not tall in line and n
warehouse In Green
Summer ire turning their
, homeward. who did not
go to Europe find ii easier to get hack
Everybody make up mind that
is the best tobacco market
in the trade and work accordingly.
there is love at hist
sight, and again love is blind.
That is a comforting men of
Been tan govern
will provide ample money
move tin i i ,
Nevertheless the exigencies of lb
times are such as to make n,
i can people t
. i t a h. re Colo
lit to thing If Columbus had not
red Ann we would now be
in the other side in this mix
up
If h race Is pulled off
lore it had r be kept within Hi
Hire mile limit,
l h . South Cam
done was in defeating Cole
for the
It looks i. Ii as if our own
vim all th- world, and likely to con-
to remain so. be
such B
I ill Wilson. Clara Jone
condition would be i , .,,.,, Higgs,
Fr an alcove back of the room,
the Washington orchestra rendered
music throughout the evening.
The many friends of Mr and Mrs
wish for them many more
were the Warrior of Hay
head of Hie nation, Colon d
veil's friend Kaiser has
I., en termed the Roosevelt of Europe
and Colonel Roosevelt doubtless years together.
like to be the Kaiser of America it
, old tin opportunity.
The trend of I is
well revealed ill his utterances
of the peace treaties
list signed between the rutted Slates
and score of other governments
Any tiling that smacks of peace
anathema to the man who boasted
his spear knows no brother
. would seem with the whole
world aghast at the horror the
European conflict, the doughty Colo
i chose an Inopportune time to
his contempt of peace. There
are some an.
Fred William-, had fallen Into needles folks and some ultra
the
wave of saddle
went
who win applaud his war chatter
as there are uncannily
ed pie who enjoy witnessing or in-1
North Carolina In the announcement j meting cruelty Buffering upon
of Hi death of Mr Henry Blount. But the great majority
Does Your Stomach
Trouble You
Wonderful Stomach Remedy
Is Successfully Taken in Cases
of Stomach, Liver and In-
Ailments
On Dose Often Dispelled
Years of
Wonderful
Remedy
will change
that
Share the Proof Thai Kid-
Sufferers Seek
backache Kidneys
urinary ills
Want a reliable
I have to look fat. what
tire people recommend.
n Greenville has Its ca
Hero's Greenville mail's ,
U J. Third st . tell it
th says; had kidney complain
My back ached and I had severe pains
in my kidneys Headaches and dizzy
spells were common and in the morn-
I sore and stiff. The kidney
Secretions were tOO frequent pas
sage, scanty and contained
which resembled brick-dust Friends
recommended Kidney Pills
and I got a box. They relieved
me v. iv much, putting my back and
In good
all dealers.
simply ask for a kidney
the same
Mi. had.
Co., Props., N. Y.
III i; DIES.
ad mile College Dies III
Poverty In Sew York.
w York. Sept. barely
be wonderful remedy ind the I
oil at th- of this In I
k Trouble ban p-ed In lull I
Soldiers- Home in As a to a
soldier In- was brave, as a lecturer I, ,,,, power for
was and eloquent, as a write ,,., ,.,. lo
he was It was his mission wonderful lb. remedy
v and the benefits are entirely natural, it act
Marriage Licenses on the source and foundation of these ailments.
Occasionally we see a war extra
that has real war news in it.
lo spread sunshine and happiness in
the pathway of and now he fa
to reap a hundred fold reward
All efforts tO wipe Belgium off the
map ban been unavailing.
A gentleman remarked
that he gets information as lo
the war situation from the
i I- reports in The
Reflector than he does from the bit,
The Reflector gives the real
news without padding, and In such
form as to be read quickly.
removing Hie catarrh and
e pathway of others, and now he ha i Register of Deeds Bell has
Issued licenses to
since last
Neat Tuesday is the for the
Democratic primary in Pitt William A. Teel, Jr. and
and democrat should go to the
a native of Carolina
graduate of Davidson and at
one. time a brilliant preacher, died to
day In a little attic room in a
In a at till Sixty-eighth street.
, urged to , Brooklyn, at the age of Mr. Brock-
life had been composed of
restore you lo good health Hut i f At one time
polls and help to select the best men
for the nominees of the party. Th
men nominated in Ibis primary are
ones who will he elected at the
n November, and no one should
stay sway from the primary thinking
It Is alright for to be
Above all things be careful
William Carson, and
Jon and Mahalia Watson.
and Cox
COLORED
Eddie Clark and Mary Atkinson.
Mai k A Pelt an, R. N. King
to a test will be a revelation
to you and you will rejoice, over your quick r- he was assistant pastor of the I
Mr I church, and has occupied
known
I had In all of his ministerial
Sale In C by work through In his con-
MD L. and other misfortunes, he
and finally was reduced to selling tea and
coffee, from which he earned scarce-
Mr f R Stretch left yesterday y cents a day.
Only Ores
th genuine, call toe tell
on a business trip through
I and New York. K t
I son, Ralph him as far as horse farm. Will sell for or on
Washington, where he terms Address Calvin Mills.
To genuine, call lot tall . J . about who is to represent the several days sightseeing In and N. C.
in the legislature. S the capital. w.
.
Greenville Tobacco Market Opens On
Tuesday, September 1st
Will be in PERFECT TUNE to get you the highest possible price for your tobacco
We have the experience and money to do it with.
Bring us your first load.
YOUR FRIENDS,
O. G. Rucker, Auctioneer.
Johnston Foxhall
Touring Cars F. B. Detroit
F. L Detroit.
We have several band Ford and other
Cars, almost as -mid as new. for sale cheap.
Ford Supply Co.
Notice.
i. My Barber shop Is at
I III J-
where you
. always read; l i give you the
i of work, t treatment
, mid weal s
Electric massage and shampoo, I
walling both ladles and
also have on hand a of
Hair dressing,
J, I. BAKER, Prop.
IN n W
With
Greenville, N. C.
n.
Tailoring Parlor
. . Pressing Club SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Phone Evans Street
Altering, Cleaning and of all Hals a specialty.
Special attention given to Coat Suits and CLOTHES
CALLED DELIVERED. Work guaranteed.
H. MANAGER
In lie Carolina Huh. GREENVILLE, N. C.
The Mill in
Swill
Aug. -Yesterday
In the Buncombe
for trial of civil
Judge Charges
a friend
. and going win r r la
buying him yet this Is f
by that. And tin n
In r
who Induces a married woman U
leave her husband and lake up with
. la guilty of a felony, pro-
woman up lo that time had
,. virtuous and chaste Then there
are these automobile, fellows
from the way run. causes me
. they do not know the Ian
but they should know and can In
themselves by looking in, tit.
public Laws of 1913, Oil
r,
Superior Court for the trial of civil jg .,,.,,, have a
legal being granted j r w, .,.,. la they shall
in seven cases have been on the ,. ., from one half
docket for some time past. The
was one of unusual
interest development featuring
the hearing Of these act inns.
WEEK.
Thunderstorms in smith stale
Arc
I Aug. Thunder
much the week
South Atlantic and gull states and
extreme southwest, are the I
list by the weather bureau today
have lights burning from one half
in one hall hour lo sun rise
with lights m front a red
behind. Tiny must go
IS miles iii towns, and miles
l ,,. country and over miles
ii th business section of u town
must blow all crossing etc
vet all of these regulations are con-
being violated. And there
regulation prohibiting a
years old running a cur. II
is duty to look Into
these matters and that the law l
not violated the public is
Temperatures will be ,. proper protection, tor Boon-
in the week over the . , . ,
portions of the country and during
half of the week will i
lover the west generally. No
is Indicated.
Greenville Roofing and
Cornice Company.
Mr. K. Hill, formerly located near A. C. I-. Depot
Wishes Inform Ms friends that be is now a
member of the above styled firm and solicits
their patronage.
WE DO ALL KINDS OF ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORK. STOVE PIPE AND
STOVE REPAIRS. REPAIR WORK OUR
Supply l Sails at Off.
D. C., Aug.
Outside of there is no known
commercial supply of potash salts, it
the tire
. or later If they continue to
j , . the law, someone will be killed.
or some Innocent little child maimed
for life, the people should have
i to run the risk.
Th- Judge then directed the Jury
I visit the county
camp, the Jail, the clerks
lie told the Jury lo see the In-
of home wen- properly pro-
U . , the i oil-
bold, t- or Mai
are, the Di primaries
, I,. ti on S. pt.
I um g the n
I oil-holders and tie
Tie. in. t- Heaver Dam, F M
i ii i. Kg. i William Elks,
. of Kim lion
R. A. I Keg; John
Hives, Lex n, s
i; In I. II. It.-i;. W. Ed-
i. ion, I. I. Brown Jud
, S. Fleming, Reg
W. S. Galloway Reg. J.
i l. w. Judges
No i. Robert
Reg Jess R. L. Judges.
SO I Reg.
Henry J. Langston,
Falkland. U B. Reg.
, me Pierce, T. G. Move Judges
A. Lewis, Reg. Jno S
-1 Skinner. B,
Fountain, J. Reg A
r. Owens, W. D. Gaynor, Judges.
Greenville, Win. A. Tucker. Hen.
Harrington, A Clark, Judges.
a. J. win.
Wilson, T. Moore, Judges.
Si. J. P. Reg. P
s Moore. Smith, Judge
polls open at seven o'clock
in the morning and i lose
. lock aft
; respectfully urge all demo, I
attend the voting places on the
.;.,. and vote for the candidates of
their choice.
h.
Cash must
want d. except
act-
counts. The l cents
six words to the lint Tel-
No.
NEW s. M.
Ask for
11.01 the best. it
TABLE BOARD-
Mrs. J. E. Forbes, Washington
street,
SAFE,
show cases, Mrs. L. Griffin.
WASTED
I Telegraph office.
for the convicts were pro ,
ma the European war, the and treated,
world must either go potash prisoners in the
salts after the eager supply now on j said he.
hand is exhausted or bestir Itself to h confined in
Life
of New
Assets
A. Special
Evans BL . t
law
NORTH
join i.
has moved his office from Us
Bow to Dr Zeno Brown's
on Fourth Street
Day or Night
t n-1 w
. U.
at La-
I .,. . and
la
and Blew
Lawyers
Practicing tn all
OB
Street, fronting Cert Baal
UM
s At.
e .
hi.
Dentist.
over t.-
Telephone
H.
still With
The Life Co.
of . T.
find another adequate source of sup-
ply Already many Inquiries regard-
Ins have been to
the States Geological Survey,
and the journals report that
mall quantities of spot material an
changing hands sharp
The situation is undoubtedly more
acute than it was a few years ago
when national interest was firs
to the fact that the United
States is entirely dependent on Ger-
many for this Important class fer
materials.
the are put there for punish
men and should be punished until
they are convicted by a jury,
should be protected.
Bo as industrious as you ilk.
gentlemen, even more than
Court if you see but do your duty
as you see ii I have Instructed
you.
President Weds
X w York. Aug John
of the of that
name and a first lieutenant In the
States Marine Corps, mar
here today to Miss Vivian Whit
mil, of Smyrna, Turkey The
the Little
i the Conner by
rector, the Rev. Dr. t
ThU Is a Legalized Democratic .
held under an of last CHOICE CUT
which is Chapter occasions noses.
and tie
era. Our art In wedding
of the latest touch.
In floral offerings to be
Blooming pot Hy-
palms, ferns, Norfolk ;
v. many other nice pot
Rose bushes,
hedge plants and shade
. telegraph am
i. I. t Co.
Store
RALEIGH. N. C
the Public Local Laws North
i and only
permitted to or vote in
lame, under the p. t alls t
August I
CHAS.
Chairman Dem. Ex. Committee
KINS WAS.
Hun Narrowly
Heath In
Aug. Mr. a.
Mot gen, a citizen of this
city, for a number of years a mis
to china tor the M K.
South, and for the two year
employed accountant for the A, T
Manufacturing Company,
Law
Mm
his
L.
Physician
Office In the Building on Dick-
avenue. Office hours
to and to
Interest In light.
Milwaukee. Wis. Aug.
wide interest attaches to the political
tight which will be settled in the Wis-
primaries tomorrow. In
the and Democratic parties
are spirited contests for the no-, this city, while riding his
for governor and for . a moderate gate was run over
places on the slate tickets, but these, this afternoon near Presbyterian
overshadowed by the hitter I by an automobile, coming up
In the Republican ranks over the Unit-, high speed behind him. Both h.
The t; and his motorcycle were
between Governor turn-d several but h.
and Lieutenant Governor Thomas fortunately escaped with his lite
Morris, representing the two hones, but badly shocked an I
of the Republican party bruised up. while lite reckless
Wisconsin. Lieutenant Governor, kepi on the move and has not
Morris is allied with the been Identified.
wing of the party, Governor
is the standard-bearer
I have just opened up business here
in the City Market to handle all water
products, fish and oysters a specialty
and lo give you the very best
possible, and guarantee every bunch
and pound that we send out. First
class goods handled in first class
shape. If we haven't got what
pet it. Let us
desires. am here to give you good
service and treat you right, and we
will appreciate the smallest
from you. Orders taken over
and goods delivered.
J S.
City Market.
Phone No.
Of
g. j.
Attorney at
Building. o
Office t J. R. Smith Bro., store
Ayden. N.
Monday and Tuesday. October LI,
Eyes examined and glasses filled
Home Washington. N. C
Except Monday's and Tuesday's.
the Senator Stephens., n
whose seat Is the plum for which the
rival factions are contesting,
thrown his strength In favor of Morris
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
Take Grove's
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic QUININE
IRON. It acts on the Liver. Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood
Builds up the Whole System. cents
Has secured the services Messrs,
of Anderson. Ind. and
Gibson, Charlotte, two ex-
mechanics, and are prepared
serve you In r. pair and repairing
your machine with dispatch and
workmanship.
southern Cashier Wilson
iWilson, Aug. SO Here is a
of news has been suppressed for
sum tune In the that, for his
and his baby's sake. A. T,
formerly cashier of the Norfolk
Southern railroad In this city, would
good s shortage between 1400
iii bis He ha
been employed by the company
since Street rumors are .
that he has abandoned his
wife and child and before leaving
yesterday he threatened to end it all
by self-destruction. Mrs will
return lo her parents near Elisabeth
City a few days.
Atlantic
North Round
So. a m.
No p. m.
East Bound
a. m.
No I a m
No. n m
Line.
smith Bound
No. p. in
No. p.
West Bound
No. I a. n
NO, 7.8
No 1-01
Only One
To lull name.
K W. a Cold in One
aid and oH
Old Won't Curs.
at by In- old
It
Cm and lime. f
Warrenton
School
B.
Grade
Classical and Courses
Special Course y to
Academies. Trained and Ex-
Faculty. One teacher to
twenty students, All herding students
under the Immediate of
Principal and
Two literary societies, Young
Mens Christian Association.
than one hundred students now In
I.-I-. s as leaders of fresh, and
classes at Davidson College. Leaders
or and one of three highest in
fresh, at University. Other
of leadership, moderate,
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Moseley Bros.
REAL ESTATE
and
INSURANCE ACTS.
ITEMS.
Aug. Mrs U n
Daughtry and children who
visiting in our town left for her
in Thursday,
Ivy Smith and Mrs V
to Friday to
attend a bis dinner given Mr. Ed
Carrie IS- Smith is attend-
a house party near Falkland this
Nina Harris and Mr. i
of Greenville, is visiting at
Mr. ivy Smith Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Oscar and wife of
spent the day at Mr. C. E.
last Sunday.
Trilby Smith gave a very in
watermelon frolic at the to-
barns a few nights ago com
to her house Misses
Martha Be smith Of Farm-
ville with the old timer games an I
the talking machine young folk
had a lively time
M-. smith left morning
a few days in Norfolk.
Some of our farmers have finished
urine tobacco.
Greenville cast Is an example. Others
will follow.
Mrs. IV. Hunter, HIS Evans Bl
Greenville had kidney com-
plaint. back ached and then was
soreness across my kidneys. The
ions from my kidneys were
scanty and contained sediment
i also had headaches and spells
. Pills advertised
in the papers a supply at
Warrens Drug Co. They sir.
my back relieved the other
tom- of kidney trouble. I use
whenever my bat give
ii. and ii; m
at all dealers. Don't
.;. ask for a kidney r. I
Kidney Tills the same that
Mrs Hunter had Co
Prop Buffalo. N. Y.
REPORT
in-
In you need a kidney
. inc. Then read reports in these
very columns of Greenville persons
cut i or bi with Kid-
Pills. Yon have go far
Ind out if tie v are true. Th's
Material Primary in
Salt Lake City, Aug. A
primary election is in pro-
in for the nomination of
candidates for States senator,
representatives In Congress, supreme
court justice and several minor of-
flees, States Si ne'er Reed
Sue,, and the present
in Congress. Joseph Howell
Jacob Johnson, are expected to be n
on the Republican
an effort defeat them the De-
have agreed
on a plan of fusion. The fusion ticket
is made up of . De-
for states senator, and
II. Mays and Lewis Larson, for
in Congress,
Mr T. king Dead.
At a Quarter past o'clock. Sun-
morning, Mrs Blanche King,
Henry T. King, died at their
on Third Street She had been
about a month, which
she suffered much.
as formerly Miss Bundle
of re. and was
to Mr. King in June, MM. Be-
sides the husband the i two little
aged and years. is also
survived by her mother, Mrs E. I.
of one brother
or l. i. of and
two Mrs. V. ll of
Warsaw and Mrs, Zeno Moore, ct
the latter being here at
tie time of her death.
Tin- services was conducted
Ibis n r- ii at o'clock at the home
by Rev. Walker, pastor of the
church of which w-as a
faithful member, tin Interment being
in Cherry Hill Cemetery.
The pall bearers were
l. Carper, B West- D. Spain
J. A. J. S Tunstall. H. I. Co-
ward. T K. Hooker, T I Moore. A.
J. D Whichard, Julius
C s Carr, i. C. Dudley, k.
i Harding, J R E. H.
r. T II C Flanagan, U
Main Building.
Miss ii. D Austin
Mi-s Gray
Powell
grade Miss Lucille Pike.
Fourth grade Miss Ivey
grade Miss Norms
and Miss lone
Sixth Miss Hep n
Seventh grade Miss Lucille Sheri-
Sixth and Seventh
Edna Brooks,
School English and Science
Mist Audrey Latin and
Maud Mat-
and E S. Peel;
Principal, Mr. E. S. Peel
Mary Whitaker and
Miss Lillian Carr
Model School.
grade Miss Miriam Mai
Second Mae
Morris
Third
Fourth grade -Miss Annie Me-
The kind of bargains we offer are good dependable goods with a strong
tee of a strong concern behind them. When you buy of us you have the as
that we are always here to make anything right that isn't.
You may be able to match our prices elsewhere not for our
kind of vehicles; or our vehicles not at our reason-
able prices. The secret of it all is that we keep a few laps ahead of the pro
cession. We have made a study of the likes and needs of vehicle users. Our
stock embraces every type of job that is desirable and each one has a touch
here and there which puts it in a class just above and beyond the common
of vehicles.
Whether you care to buy now or come merely to get posted our lines will prove
interesting and you are just as welcome in either case.
The John Flanagan Buggy
Greenville, North Carolina.
We can supply
your wants in
Bicycles,
Bug-
and Road
Carts.
Be sure to see me for Buggies, Wagons
and Harness. Cash or on time.
J. E. Winslow, Greenville, N. C.
Mini J. mil Work
It Elected
tier a The
Mini. I Work
In ti
The Mouse
A Recorders Court Pill
that will not either Interfere
With the jurisdiction of the Justice of
Hi, Peace, or of the Superior Court
One which warrants ran be
returnable by justice and can dis-
pose of eases more rapidly and more
to the State and the de-
and save or more a
year in jail fees and disposing of
cases within ten days,
it takes from thirty to ninety days,
and saving a great deal of time for the
Superior Court to give to more
2nd Some reformations In our Jury
system, so that one or two men cannot
negative what ten or eleven say It
justice. the statue that per-
the standing aside of a man Who
has served on a jury within two years
or who is not a freeholder
and simplify the rubs of so
that a witness may tell what he knows
without constant war between counsel
as to what the rule of evidence is.
3rd. Make the railroads give a
i, Mat in every patron of their
t ad I, They carry some at cent and
others at 1-2 cents. Everybody
should be made to pay the same price
There is a discrimination against
class of people.
4th Our and oyster Industries
are being destroyed by the stationed
pound net, with its small mesh, selling
day end night. Sunday included, and
catching, every size of fish, whether
merchantable, or too small, and thus
ii seventy-live per cent
the to catch twenty-live per cent
In sold. As a member of the
if 1907, I procured passage
of a bill by the lower House to re-
quire a I in mesh tO the pound
net. Which would have relieved this
situation, but it was killed in th
Senate Our oyster beds are being
destroyed, year several h
bushels were taken from
our eastern waters and planted In the
waters of Virginia and Maryland
which is literally destroying the In-
of North Carolina. This should
be prohibited.
In all local matters
the people, shall pass no bill
that is not favorable be the
of the people, or voted on by them.
I ask the support of all loyal rte
and if am nominated and
will represent . the whole
County and all the people
Very respectfully.
J.
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State Fair Open.
Columbus, Auk- pros
most flattering for a
exhibition, the sixty-fourth annual
State Fair was Inaugurated to-
day and will continue through the
week. Everything from racing air-
ships to fatted calves Is Included in
elaborate display The exhibits of
live stock, agricultural and
horticultural products are numerous
and of a high class. An elaborate
racing and numerous other
amusements features have been pro-
by management. Indications
points to a large attendance of
during the week.
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Mt. Pleasant, N. C.
Markets Opened
September 1st.
Considering Jurisdiction of the
of s of
The Ai erase.
Today the Greenville tobacco mar-
began sales for tin- season. There
1st. A Recorders Court for
that will not either r
Justice
Court
line which warrants can be made
returnable by justice and can dis-
pus- of cases more rap My and more
satisfactory to the State and the de-
was great big rush at the opening save or more a
nor was such expected -but In jail fees and disposing of
was enough tobacco and enough I cases within ten days, j
farmers to make a lively start. Many it takes from thirty to ninety days
Came not to bring any tobacco for the, and saving a great deal of time for the
sale, but just to see how the mar- Superior Court to give to more
opened and how prices started off. cases.
it was not known just to what extent j Some reformations in our jury
tin- European war would affect prices, system, so that one or two men cannot
BO there was a disposition to make what ten or eleven say If
a little Investigation before doing Justice. Repeal the statue that per-
selling. The aggregate amount nuts the standing aside of a man who
on the floors of the seven warehouses has served on a jury within two years
was something like pounds or who is not a free-holder. Chang
and that was a good beginning con- and simplify rules of evidence so
the uncertainty of prices and that a witness may tell what he knows
the busy time with the farmers. ; without war between counsel
Th- first sale was at the Gum ware- as to what the rule of evidence is.
house which had 13.844 pounds on its , 3rd. Make the railroads give a
floor Everybody cent Hat rate to every patron of their
see how the bidding would be when roads. They carry some at cent and
Auctioneer Z. T. Broughton started j others at t 1-2 cents. Everybody
the first pile. i should be made to pay the same price
The Second sale was at the Liberty There is a discrimination against one
when the offerings amounted to of People.
about pounds. Prom here the Water industries
buyers moved to the Star warehouse being destroyed by the stationed
whose floor showed about 13.000 pound net. with Its small mesh, setting
pounds. Then on to the end night, Sunday included, and
which bad around pounds.
The came next with a
layout of about then
Gorman Gentry with about
pounds, and the sales of the opening
day wound up at Johnston Fox-
hall with about 18.000 pounds.
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Candidates Cards
All Cards are per
Inch per payable la
For Sheriff
I wish to announce to my friends
and the public generally that I am
candidate for the of sheriff of
Pitt county subject to the action of
the Democratic primary, and will
the vote and help of any.
SIMON
For Sheriff
I wish to announce to my
that I am a candidate for sheriff -it
Pitt county, subject to the action
the Democratic primaries. Should I
will endeavor to serve
At all the houses prices ruled pretty a 1-2 in. mesh to the pound
much the same, the average being net, which would have relieved this
cents per pound. Most of the offering situation, but it was killed in th,
being primings, with only
and then a sprinkling of the
article, hence the opening prices
catching, every size of whether j
merchantable, or too small, and
destroying seventy-five per cent
the fish to catch twenty-five per cent elected I
to be sold. As a member of the the people one and ail to the beet of
of 1907. I procured the passage your
of a bill the lower House to re- heP-
ERNEST R. DUDLEY.
For
I hereby announce myself u
date for Treasurer of Pitt County sub
to the Democratic primary.
II W L. HALL.
FOR COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce myself a can-
for county commissioner, to
myself, subject to the Demo-
primary of Pitt County.
E. B. WHICHARD.
7-13-U
For Sheriff.
wish to announce to my friends
and J
quite general satisfaction.
several warehouses are in good
shape to handle all the tobacco that
comes here, and they will do
as much for the farmer as can
done anywhere.
The for the season
an- as
Johnston A- Foxhall. Proprietors.
F. D. Foxhall. Sales manager.
A. Brown, Floor manager.
O G Rucker. Auctioneer.
M and LT Pierce. Book-
keepers
J W. Perkins. Cashier.
Warehouse.
j. and R L Little,
G A and H N Beasley
office force.
S A Smith, Floor manager
ii. W. Stepp, Night Watchman.
T Broughton.
Gorman A, Gentry Warehouse
Gorman A Proprietors
c Manager and Book
keeper
i. ii Bowling, G R
assistants.
Rosa Owens. Stenographer.
T Cannon. Auctioneer.
M C Mitchell and Luther Dudley
Floor managers.
Liberty Warehouse.
S T Hooker Prop, and manager
S Hi Campbell, Auctioneer.
S I and F
B Hooker force.
Mr Bland Floor
Star
. Sugg. Proprietors.
A A Forbes. Jr. Auctioneer.
s W Porter. Bookkeeper.
T M Hooker, asst Bookkeeper.
K T Wooten, asst. Bookkeeper.
C T Bullock. Floor manager.
T R Harris, Night watchman.
Brick Warehouse
Brinkley, Rice Spain. Proprietors.
Brinkley, Sales manager.
Rice, Auctioneer.
Spain and Harris. Bookkeepers,
lien Floor manager.
C Perkins, asst. Floor manager.
Miss Juanita Hamilton, Cashier and
Stenographer.
Warehouse
c t and R H Knott Props
F S Auctioneer.
T H Walker, manager.
R A Tyson, Bookkeeper.
W H Meares, asst Bookkeeper.
Jesse P Williams, asst Bookkeeper
The Buyers.
Th corps of buyers on the market
is strong numbers some as good
judges tobacco as are known ti
the trade. The list of buyers and
Arms represented are as follows;
B i Ferguson and J S Bernard, Jr.
for American Tobacco Company.
W I Skinner, and E B for
Impel Tobacco Company.
C, II Cooper and H A Best for
port Tobacco Company.
, and E Q for
T Person
T A person Co.
C Thomas and J I
Hughes Thomas Co.
K II and L N for
B Tobacco Company.
T M Meade for T M Meade Co
real destroyed, year several hundred the generally I am t
thousands bushels were taken from j tor the office of sheriff if
our eastern waters and planted in the county to the action of
waters of Virginia and Maryland
which is literally destroying the in-
of North Carolina. This should
be prohibited.
6th. In all local matters coming
the people. I shall pass no bill
that Is not favorable by the
of the people, or voted on by them.
I ask the support of all loyal de
the Democratic primary. I will
elate the support of all.
R. HYMAN
For Sheriff.
I take this method of announcing I
the citizens of Pitt county I am
a candidate for the office of sheriff
For Sheriff.
To my fellow citizens or Pitt county
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the nomination for sheriff of
county subject to the action of the
Democratic primary of said county. r
nominated and elected I pledge myself
to make you a good officer. Than kin.;
one and all for support and co
operation I am.
JNO. L. GIBSON,
of Township. N. C
and if am nominated a ml subject to the action of the Democratic
elected, will represent the whole party. If elected I to
County and all the people the to the best of ability. I
Very respectfully. appreciate your vote and
J J. you may give me.
E-
New Gar-
den Seed
F lower
Onion Sets
Maine Red Bliss
rich
Seed Oats
Rape Seed
Dr. Hess Sleek
Powder
For Sheriff.
I wish to announce to the voters
Pitt county that I am a candidate
sheriff subject to the action of
Democratic primary. If elected I prom
to serve the county to the best
my ability; never shirking from the
duties of the office. Thanking you -u
advance tor your vote and support
JOE
FOR TREASURES.
be a candidate for the office
Treasurer of Pitt County, subject
to the action of the Democratic
I thank the people for sup-
port they have given me in the psst
and If elected, promise to give them
the same I have tried to give
since been In office
FOR
I hereby announce myself a
date for County Commissioner from
Falkland Township subject to the
action of the Democratic primary.
If elected I will endeavor to serve
the people to the best of my ability.
L R BELL,
For Constable
I announce to the voters of Green
Township that I am a candidate
for constable subject to the action
f the Democratic party and If elected
will serve the to the best
my ability. Soliciting your vote and
help. I am.
HENRY
Fur Constable.
I announce to the voters of Green
that I am a candidate
for constable subject to the action of
the Democratic primary and will an
predate the of any.
AMOS C. JACKSON.
For
I announce to the voters of
township that I am a candidate
for constable subject to the action o
the Democratic primary and will
vote, mil help.
A. R
The Fastidious
Man
would Just as think of living with
out eating as he would of omitting his
daily bath A and convenient
bathroom is not a luxury but an
everyday easily those who want
h, aim and cleanliness. If you haven't
a model bathroom have one fitted up
by.
S. T. Hicks, THE Plumber.
If it INSURANCE you
WANT
SEE US
HALL MOORE
FOR
I announce to the voters that I am
a candidate for of Pitt
county for Township sub-
to the action of the Democratic
Primary and solicit your vote and
help. If elected I will endeavor to
serve the county to the best of my
ability.
R. U
FOR
take this method of Informing my
friends and the voters of Pitt county
in genera that am a candidate for
County Commissioner, subject to
of the Democratic primary
If elected f shall serve the people to
the best interest of the county ac-
to my ability. Your vote and
help is earnestly solicited and will he
highly appreciated
c . HARRIS
For
I announce myself a candidate for
County Commissioner from Carolina
Township subject to the actions of the
Democratic primary and solicit your
aid.
S. A. CONGLETON.
To The Democratic Voters of Pitt
Yielding to the urgent requests
my many good friends I hereby an-
myself a Candidate for
Commissioner of Pitt County, sub-
to Primaries
In announcing my candidacy I de-
sire to thank my friends for the con-
reposed In me, and I assure
them and all parties and persona of
Pitt county, that should I be
I shall try to perform the
duties of said office as best I can.
This August 1914.
mod.
Farmville, N. C.
For Representatives.
At the request of many Democratic
friends I announce myself as a can-
for the lower house of the next
to the Democratic
Primary.
J. J.
Pitt
FOR
To the Democratic Voters of
CountyAfter long consideration and after
much solicitation from my many
friends I have consented to be a can-
for County Commissioner
Pitt County, and I do hereby announce
candidacy for said office, subject
the Democratic Primaries of Pitt
county. In announcing my candidacy
to thank my friends for their
thank the people for the support; in me. and hope that my
me in the past and If elected
will serve them to the best of my port-
ability
FOB REGISTER OF DEEDS
I wish to announce that I am a can-
to succeed myself in the
of Register of Deeds, subject to the
action of the Democratic Primary. I
SHADE A. STOCKS.
For Treasurer.
I announce to my friends and the
voters throughout Pitt county that I
am a candidate for Treasurer subject
to the action of the Democratic
If elected I will serve the
to the best of my ability. Hoping
to receive your vote and support am
Ti C. T.
CROP OF COT.
TON is FORECAST
Washington Auk bumps
crop of cotton, which may equal or
For Treasurer.
I this method of announcing to
the voters of Pitt county that I am a
candidate for Treasurer subject to the
action of the Democratic Primary.
For I
I announce to the voters of Green
township I urn a candidate
for constable subject to the action
the Democratic primary and will
predate their vote and help.
I JESSE I. WHICHARD
For Clerk of Superior
I hen by myself a
date clerk of Superior Court
Pitt subject to tie action of
tho Democratic primary. Grateful for
the flattering vote the people gave mi
four years ago, I solicit your
port. If elected I will All the
to the best of my ability.
S i J I CO
exceed the record crop of 1911. , TOte my friends
and the public generally, and If elect-
ed I promise to the duties of
the office to the best my ability.
O W. HARRINGTON.
return are made. Is indicated by
the Department of re-
port today showing the condition
the crop on August to be per
cent, of a normal total production
bales of pounds gross
weight Is Interpreted by the Depart-
experts from the condition
figures.
W Hunter for
Smith for
FOR
I announce to the voters that I am
a candidate for Commissioner of Pitt
This Is bales more than county from Township Abject
forecast from the July condition the the Democratic
the result of excellent your vote and help,
throughout the cotton ejected I will endeavor to serve
during August. county to the best of my
Joseph B.
Announcement. i 7.7
II. W. Carter announces that
September 1st. he
completed arrangements which en-
ables to spectacles and
eye glasses, made according to his
prescription and guaranteed to be en-
satisfactory, free of additional
cost to all patients who pay his re-
fee of ten dollars for the
nation of their eyes.
pro card
Io Democratic Voters of Pitt
At the urgent request of numerous
friends and citizens of Pitt County
hereby announce myself a
date for the House of
of Pitt County subject to the Dem-
Primaries. desire to thank
my many friends for their confidence
me and if nominated, I shall do my
utmost to perform the duties of the
office with equal justice to all
This the 22nd. day of August, 1914
Respectfully.
J. C. GALLOWAY.
8-25-tI,
FOR CONSTABLE
hereby announce myself a
for Constable Of
Township, subject to the ac lions
Democratic Primary.
If.
NOTICE
I hereby announce myself a can
for Representative to the
General Assembly of North Carolina
subject to the action of the Demo-
Primary of County and all
Democratic support will be
ed.
N. W.
For Clerk Superior Court.
I hereby announce myself a can-
for Clerk Superior Court of
Pitt County subject to the action of
the Democratic Primary.
A.
7-8-14
for CONSTABLE
I hereby announce myself a
date for Constable from
subject to the action the
Democratic Primary and If elected
will serve the office to the best of
ability.
EDDIE BRIGHT.
I hi announce myself a
for County Commissioner
North side of Tar River subject to the
action of the Democratic primary
nominated and elected will serve tho
County to the best my ability.
R. D.
7-18
To The Democratic Voters of Pitt
Yielding to urgent requests of
my many good friends I hereby an-
myself a Candidate for
Commissioner of Pitt County, sub
Joel to Primaries
In announcing my candidacy I de-
sire to thank my friends for the con-
reposed In me. and I assure
and all parties and persons of
Pitt county, that should be
I shall try to perform tho
duties of said as best can
This August 1911.
JOSEPH s
Ayden, N C
S-25-11.
II I
I.
V c.
FOR
I hereby announce myself a
date for County Commissioner from
Township to succeed my-
self subject to the Democratic
of Pitt County.
W. L.
F II I
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J. E. MARSH
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treat all animals. Calls promptly
day or night. Office at B.
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th celebration and an-
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grand lodge, Knights of Pythias, aid
th. annual reunion of the vice. Day phone
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i W. P. Evans l. II. Clark
tried in Mayor's court, B. J. n
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doing all m. could, ran to them
Clark one way and Evans the
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Both were fighting willingly l did
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dean when I parted them.
,,,
n,,. next on the stand Mr ,
That want to
Post Office my mail. had
. law under my arm. when
i my mail l books in one
hand and mail In the other, when I
left the Office then went to
the independent Co. office
a, ; had to pass Dr. Noble of-
Bee, did stay In Independent
but a minutes I then came
and started to my office, i .,. . ,.,
when they -an together, saw
I first blow. saw Clark
twice, saw Evans With head
down trying Ma
I If Clark had or any
Object in his hand could have seen
h; did have anything, I could
have touched either one and saw it
all. did hear a from either.
Mr Clark was found guilty of as-
Mr. Evan not guilty Clark
lined 16.00 and coal
MAS
Sad indeed were the circumstances
attending the tragic end of young J
w whose body found In
the canal above the Coast
Line trestle Sunday by
Mr. Hubert Jennings who together
with hie eon were out early for a
Mr Jennings says he no-
something Boating In too water
and thought it was the body of a
child.
With the aid of Messrs. lames
James and R
G. others his body was
brought land.
in a few moments sheriff Howard
Howe Dr. Bert and a large crowd
scene and
that Mr. had mailed a
passed by Dr. Noble's office I aw ;,,, employer, Mr. J. K. Barrett stat-
in then with some other parties , ho death no in-
I ,,,., toward Main street and on
my way some one ran by me but I in four feel
did rot pay any attention to It, D when found.
pa turning the corner out i body by friends t
Of , Into or Main St. K it might be
Mr . lark showed up from parts j
kn, whether be came out of l
To School
All pupils who are transferring
from schools to Green-
ville this fall and all who
been sChOOl here before but
have no promotion cards
to school building I o'clock
Friday, Morning. to be
mined and to grade Bring
hooks last used in school.
I. it is very Important that all
pupils enter the day of achoo
on that day the work of the year
is begun and a year's work cannot
l in less than a year. A pupil
a day or a week late is not
only a disadvantage himself put n
is also a hindrance to the whole grade
that he recites in. Pupil who enter
should not expect to be admitted
lo tho grades that their promotion
cards call for.
Children who have never been
to school will not be admitted lo
after the second week of
. h , All children who are already
six years old of would six by the
first of November will be admitted
at opening. Children who be-
come six after the first of November
should not enter school next fall.
HOY
Having qualified as of
Minnie M late of Pitt con I-
North Carolina, this is to notify all
the undersigned administrator
p. having claims against the es-
,., of said deceased to exhibit them
Within twelve month from this date
or ibis notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery.
All persons indebted lo said
will make immediate payment.
This- August Kill,
Administrator
f, G. James A Son,
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FOB HO-
By virtue the power sale con-
In a certain deed
executed and delivered by
and wife and W. O
Cherry and wife J
H. Davenport on day Jan.
1908 duly recorded in the Register
Heeds Office of Pitt County, N.
in Hook J S page the undersigned
will expose to public before Hi-
Court House door in Greenville,
C., to the highest bidder tor
Monday the day of September 1914
at m. a certain tract or parcel of
land laying and being in County j
of and State of North Carolina
and described as follows,
Situate in the Town of be-
ginning at a stake In front
of Post office and running Bait BO
to the S Tucker line, thence
with R. S. Tucker line North
feet, thence fifty feet
thence South feet lo the
containing
Sal- made to satisfy said mortgage
ad.
This the day of August 1914.
J. R.
Mortgagee.
Ally.
8-5-1
To me it i- with a great deal o
, .,, ire to i the candidacy of
r, for the Legislature, for
. -i n that be a man of
and conviction, a student and a
I scholar, a thinker and a worker, a
of broad sympathy and
led with the people's needs. us
In nor ourselves by voting for him In
i the County will honor It-
self and services in the Legislature
the state will be blessed.
T have we turned from the
v .- and prudent, and bestowed
favors upon simple, but this time
he wise and generous enough
for the tote tor Dr
for the Legislature,
A. DEMOCRAT
or out of the ally do not know
but at any rate l was assaulted b
Clark, just as I saw Clark he had his
coat on his arm he began to say
something to me or about me could
, understand it was about this
time he threw his coat aside and ran
into me, knocking my glasses off, at
this time I dropped my mall and all,
hooks had two. Clark had
some in his hand and
me behind the head the
skin It could not have been his naked
hand. I did not strike even where
he struck me he cut or skinned me
I did not have time to strike him. he
tin I; my hands and cut them
i do not what he had In ins
hand but be certainly had some
substance In his hand. I w one of
looks l had In my hand at
, my i-st effort to gel to him
but could not, don't know what
would have done had got I en hold of
Him all I know is whatever he hit me
win, was metal, the scar I received in
could not have been by
his raked fist,
not to Mr. in
over two not since be called me
a ball m an article published
ii. Reflector.
want to say that Clark did not
knock me down he Struck me and i
Slipped and fell on hands.
M. Clark was next lo be called
,,, he stated
direct from my office to store
i not seen Mr Evans until
i from of I had my coat
, my arm. when saw
lilt-
pared for burial and shipped to his
in N. C. The re-
mains were sent to Williamston yes-
at the request of his father In
charge of Mr. Otho Howling also an
employer Mr. Barrett, where th.
interment occurred yesterday after-
noon Times
Aug.
In those words many ac-
count tor the wonderful preaching
Charles R. Tuner a handsome lad or this notice will b
six years, who, though barely old of reCovery.
enough lo attend public school, is an
ordained minister of the
Church as is his father a minister of
sixteen standing. Charley is a
native Florida. He will be seven
cars old until next November. In
September. he was converted and
entered the work which, be declares
Will vocation.
V. TO
Having qualified as
of Elias Elks, lat of Pitt county, N. C .
this is lo notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit to the
on or before the day
plead in bar All
persons Indebted to said estate will
make immediate payment.
the 18th day of August, 1914.
ALFRED TRIPP,
Administrator
NOTICE OF
Having Qualified as administratrix
of the estate of the late Dr. E. A.
is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of the said
Grain Privileges
MONEY l WHEAT.
Puts and calls are the safest and
surest method of trading In
v e-------- M . --I
Dr A. to present the same to loss is
the undersigned administratrix on or
August IS, 1915 or this notice risk
will be plead in bar of recovery. All
indebted to said estate will
make immediate settlement.
This August 1914-
HORTENSE F.
Administratrix
HARDING PIERCE Atty.
way
bought. No further risk.
Positively the most
trading.
Open an account. You can, buy HI
puts or calls on 10.000 bushels
grain for or yon can buy both
for or as many more as you wish
NOTICE,
North Carolina, Pin county.
In Superior Court.
t. vs.
Josephine
The defendant above named will
notice an action entitled as above
Court of Pitt County to obtain a
from the bonds of matrimony
been commenced in the Superior
and the defendant will further take
notice, that she is required to appear
at the next Term of our
Court of Tilt County, lo be held on
the second Monday the first
Monday Of September it being
FOR SALE
Twelve farms In Martin County,
varying from to five
seres in size, on easy terms and
reasonable prices, solicit inquiries.
Martin County Realty Co.
Williamston, N. C.
s J. Everett, Atty.
Greenville, N. C,
An advance or decline of cent gives hist of September, a. the Court
the Chance to take profit House in said County and In
A movement of cents profit. I ville. N. and answer or demur to
Write tor full particulars and bank complaint In said action, or
I apply T
It demanded in the complaint.
Columbus, Ohio. This the 18th day of August 1914.
Address all mail to Lock 1420. A. T. MOORE.
Clerk Superior
JULIUS BROWN, Attorney
for
Piles Cured In to J Days
Your will reined money W
OINTMENT fails curt MO
or M
The We
Whenever You Need a Tonic
Take Grove's
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
Tonic is equally valuable as a;
General Tonic because it contains the ; Wont
well known tonic QUININE, i how lose
and IRON. It the Liver. Drives i , , , , -M .
Malaria. the Blood and
Builds up the Whole SO cents
TO
The having this
qualified as Executrix of the last will
and testament of Mamie Hyman. not-
ice is hereby given to all persons in-
lo the undersigned Executrix
and all persona hold claims
against said estate are hereby notified
to file their claims with the undersign
ed within twelve months from the
date of this notice or said notice will
be plead In bar against the recovery
on said claims.
This the day of June, 1914
L. ADA HYMAN.
Executrix of Mamie Hyman
PIERCE Attorneys.
Stale lair at Res
la, Aug.
Iowa Slate Fair opened here today
favorable auspices and will
continue until Sept. The fair is
. first to be held in the central
West this year and is at-
more than ordinary attention.
The management has been working
hard to have the exhibits above the
average and the result is the largest
and best collection of agricultural.
horticultural and live stock exhibits
-v. r shown here. The record-break-
crops throughout Iowa are ex-
acted to contribute in large measure
to the success of The
attendance promises lo be unusually
large.
THE FARM
Ceres lire, alter Cm
The wont no Butler of how long standing,
re the old reliable
Antiseptic ill, ll
. i
the Basis of all Industry
I LIME
ll the hull all Write let
by best authority in the United
I OS Lime on the Farm, and get price
purest lime. Don't buy earth,
tic. A postal will you
I POWHATAN LIME CO.
STRASBURG VIRGINIA
threw my coat lo one side and re-
marked to Evans you have lied on my
family and I will not stand for I
struck him with my fist. I did not
have anything else in my hand.
knocked him on his hands and knee,
and if I bad wanted to I could have
kicked hint the tact and side
did him bodily harm but waited every
time tor him to gel up and give him a
and did all I did to him with
nuked admit had a ring
on my left hand and I struck him with
both II he scratch-
, it possibly might have been
did it. I did have anything In
hands I had clean hands. Mr
Evans threw one of his books me
I had not been In Noble's office at
all that morning. Evans
kept striking at me he struck at me
hard he grunted but I kept backing
in order to give myself good room.
Ur. E Nobles was next witness
called. Clark was not in my
at all the morning of the affray, ha
not Clark until after fight
I was in my when Evans pass
on his way to the Independent
and was there when he came an
Clark was not there. had not
Clark until some one remarked there
is a fight I ran to door then
where the fight was going on. I did
any thing to them and did
not see any more If
a mar. had Ml another with
as was struck it would have
left decided No one came out
Of iv Office and run towards main
Street or store.
Dr, was next called to
I,. stated that he was in Ir
and Qua Forbes was also -n
ti, bad not seen Clark until
remarked there is a fight.
ran to the door and saw crowd,
went up in the crowd, I saw Clark
and Evans hut did not see any
pons and did not hear any statement
bl
Larry James was called to testify
he stated he saw Clark
down the street and that he was In
some four or five feet of Evans and
Carpenter's and Builder's
Hardware.
Everything for Building
AND THE BEST.
TO EVERY WEEK YOU USE DUR-
ABLE BUILDER'S HARDWARE.
CHEAP HARDWARE IS NOT CHEAP, BUT THE BEST
HARDWARE IS NOT BUT CHEAP-
WE SELL THE BEST. SEE OUR SCREEN DOORS AND WIN
Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers
PHONE
GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA H
GREENVILLE THE
HEART OF EASTERN
CAROLINA. IT HAS
A LAT ION OP FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
ONE, AND is
BOUNDED HY THE BEST
FARMING
INDUSTRIES OF
KINDS AUK INVITED TO
LOCATE HERE FOR WE
HAVE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAT
i A N
TRIBUTARY FACILITIES
WE HAVE iv
ion AND NEWSPAPER
PLANT,
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE BUB
AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE IN THE
PART OF NORTH
LISA A INVITE
TO GET BET-
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
i BUSINESS WAY TAKE
I FEW Ill s SPACE ASH
TELL THEM WHAT TOO
TO BRING TO
ATTENTION.
OUR A l V ER I I SING
HATES ALL V
BE HAL UPON A
Ml.
v c ii III i
m.
Forty Thousand
Germans Captured
With Their Guns
Forty-Fifth Regiment of Austrian In-
Has Surrendered to
Russians
Population Paris Has De-
creased Thirty Per Cent
and Railroads are
to Carry Who Wish to
Leave,
Is on Verge Financial
Panic- First German Mine
Layer Caught Was En-
gaged in
In the North Sea. Prince
Wilhelm of Germany Is
says Turkish troops at revolted as
of failure of authorities t. Bend food. The la
facing a famine.
BERLIN, headquarters at
report capture -4 General forty thousand prisoners four
hundred guns. Prince Frederick Wilhelm of Germany
reported wounded.
CITY FILLED WITH REFUGEES
BORDEAUX, filled with refugee
are being quartered by the government. Population of
Paris has decreased thirty per cent and railroads are
able to all who want to leave. Hundreds of families
are moving along the highways. Thousands women
and children who left their belongings behind them when
fled forced to seek refuge in barns and sleep in open
depending upon authorities towns along routes to
jive food to families that become It is
tn reunite them now. The government establish
information bureaus in various towns where
of refugees arc being complied. War office issued
which report n disease has
among the Austrian army.
GERMANS ACCEPT EXPLANATION
I Sept. Banger of serious reprisals
hands of army as of killing of one
and another by machine gun was
after Burgomaster arranged to prevent occupation
in force averted. Burgomaster to
man in person and explained the
force which be did the
explanation and
will be curried out.
CROWN PRINCE DRIVEN BACK
I. Sept. -The under the
in the Bosnia has been
river. Austrian Bel
grade being heavily reinforced. Prince
by superior numbers had withdrawn to
to await Additional troops are being
rushed forward to aid him. Dispatch stales
not seriously cheeked.
VERGE OF FINANCIAL PANIC
Sept. Foreign office is In receipt
news that was on verge of a
panic. Serious anti-war riots at a number of the import-
ant Internal situation is working in such u
promise and will materially aid the Russians cause. Slav
troops in Austrian service are admitted surrendering
every on account of bad effect of moral of en-
tire Austrian army.
President Names Sun-
day in October as Pay
of Prayer
Washington, i. C I
dent Wilson today signed a proclaim
calling on the people of
States to pray tor peace In Eu-
rope The proclamation sets aside
Sunday, October as a day of prayer
i The President's proclamation fol-
Great nations of the
world have taken up arms against
another and war now draws mil-
lions of men Into bat If when the
counsel and statesmen have not been
able to from the terrible
whereas, In this as In all
things, it Is our privilege and
to seek counsel and succor of Al-
mighty Hod, humbling ourselves be
fore Him, confessing our weakness and
lack of any wisdom equal to these
tilings;
And. whereas. It Is especial
I wish and longing of people of the
; Stales In prayer and counsel
and all friendliness to serve the
of
l, Woodrow Wilson
President r the United states
America, designate Sunday,
fourth day October, day of
prayer and supplication and re
quest all persons to re-
pair on day to their places
worship, there lo unite petitions
lo over ruling the
counsel of men, setting straight the
things cannot govern or alter
, on the nations now in the
throes in In HI l
win re n
none, He vow haul.
peace and
ii ,. n
friendship nor
toll or the p
end Him He forgive u-
.
will, i errors
and lead us In ll
. ,,. ion lo though
I. F. EVANS fit
Galloway Nominated and
aid Jackson Run Close
cox wins raw
and Sheriff
Will Enter Second Primary With
The Former Leading by
Wilson Polls Heavy Vote
The result of yesterday's primary
as given below is as It appears today
at one o'clock. Nothing definite can
be learned until the committee
tomorrow at o'clock for the official
count.
are nominated and
those to be voted for in the second
primary ;
SENATE.
C, Harding .
w. Evans
SE.
j, c. Galloway nominated.
j.
r. s.
THE
Wilson short votes having major-
r the other three candidates,
CLERK.
, Cox .
iv
y . I--
II ,
pi I . Hi
win
g Ross
s Stocks,
A i Ion
r Hat
11.79
MS
m purge and
CITY
S,. N
AUSTRIAN REGIMENT SURRENDERS
WASHINGTON, Sept. i The forty-fifth
of Austrian infantry has urn-rendered to the Russians.
The French office advices here,
ed that General success of Allies iii Prance
HYDROPLANES SCOUTING
Sept. Two -out
near was attacked by a Austrian
mounted with machine swifter
to of the Allies is
waters of Austrian mine-.
GERMANS EVACUATE ALSACE
Scot. It is reported the Gem
he
t-y man to
witness i have here
unto eel my hand and
of the States to h
affixed,
-none at the Washington
f In the
year our Lord, one thousand nine
hundred and fourteen, and the In
dependence of states
one hundred and thirty-
ninth.
WOODROW
the President
JENNINGS BRYAN,
Shaft t. Heroine
Frederick, Md.,
erected lo the Bar-
,,., heroine
over he. grave In Mount Olive
by the Barbara Oh
Association, was unveiled
., , ceremonies Alfred
p ,;. ,,. a member
. ,,. nth Sew York Reg
it v
I.-------
ii a grand
i Barbara uncoiled the
A . the me-no-
pl a large v,
Po I
act en
o Health Officer
At the recent meeting the Pitt
i Federation Clubs
tin, following resolution WM
passed, and copy seal tO
Count
-Where, the promotion health
is of special Interest to women, who
nurse the sick and tor the well;
That the
County Federal ion of Women's
endorses the movement for an All
me Health Officer tor Pitt County
appeals to the Honorable Board
County to take the
proposed action as soon as possible
s the health our
i assured, and prosperity
and happiness our County
ah county newspapers Interest
In i quested to copy
pi
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II for l m i
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Eastern reflector, 4 September 1914
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The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
September 04, 1914
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