Eastern reflector, 31 December 1915






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NORTH CAROLINA.
PITT
Mortgage Sale
virtue of the power of sale con-
i iii a certain deed of trust,
by J. Turnage on the 22nd day
at November. 11-13, to C. S. Carr. for
benefit of O. L. Joyner and J. S
Carr, which deed of trust Is recorded
In Book T-10, page Pitt county
the undersigned will, on
Monday January MM, at
o'clock m. before the court house door
In the town of Greenville, aforesaid
state and county, expose to public
sale, to the highest bidder for cash,
the following described tract or parcel
of land,
All that tract or parcel of land in the
county of Pitt, State of North Carolina.
Mar the town of Greenville, and being
farm No. a plat formerly
by Mrs. Annie Anderson, which pint
is on record Map book page
Pitt to which plat, for
la more I
III hi Bald farm No.
ins acres by actual survey
j this BALE la made for the purpose
I of satisfying Ilia of the
trust above described.
This .
C B. CARR, Trustee.
DONNELL
thence with their line to David Is made for the purpose of
deceased, and T. E. Langley's line; tying the terms of the mortgage here-
with the House and Langley referred to.
line south to the Adam Fleming and This the 3rd day of December, 1915.
T. B. Langley's line; south to
the road at or Eason
Run; thence with the Public Road
west to Parkers X Roads; thence,
G. E HARRIS,
Mortgagee.
HARDING Attorneys.
south to the Ben J. Wilson crossing CAROLINA,
A. C. L. Railroad; thence with the
Public road west to Bill Whitehead's
Farm; thence south with the White-
head and Johnson's line to Tar River;
west to the beginning.
PITT
Notice is hereby given by the Board
Land Sale
By virtue of the power sale
in a certain mortgage deed
by J. P. Morris to John J. Ford
and W. H. the 24th day of
November. 1913, and which mortgage
is recorded in Book age of
the Pitt County in
payments having been
will on Monday the 27th
day of December, 1915 at m. expose
of Commissioners of Pitt County, in; to public sale, for cash, before the
session assembled on ,., .
ii to public Sale, mo
regular session assembled on Holiday, court house door in Greenville, N. C,
Election to be held Tuesday, December 1915, ordered that following described tract of
February 1916, at the School Election be held in the following and being Bethel township, Pitt
,. a, County, N. C. and more particularly
described as follows, Being
three shares or lots of land, as follows.
iii the above described territory for described
the purpose of taking and ascertain-
the will of the qualified voters of
the above described territory, as to
-To Embrace the Whole of
Bum
and of the Ford tract of
land, and which three shares or lots
contain acres more or less and
bounded by the of James M.
Manning and the J. L. Nelson lands.
Get
Oars does
WHEN YOU SEE OUR CUTLERY YOU WILL
LIKE THE BRIGHT SHEEN OF THE
BLADES. WHEN YOU TRY IT YOU WILL FIND
THAT HIGH QUALITY FOR WHICH OUR STORE
STANDS
WE DO NOT JUGGLE PRICES. WE PRICE
OUR GOOD STUFF AT WHAT IT IS WORTH-
NO MORE. WE GIVE YOU THE PLUMP VALUE
FOR EVERY PENNY WE CHARGE
Notice sale.
NORTH CAROLINA, PITT
E. K. CO.
vs.
CHARLIE LITTLE
B virtue of an execution directed
to the from the
Court of Pitt County, in the above en-
titled action, I will on Monday, the 3rd
Jay of January, MM, at o'clock m .
at the court house door of said county
sell to the highest bidder for cash to
satisfy execution, all the right.
title and interest which the said Char-
lie Little, the defendant, has in the
following described real estate, to-
One lot of land situated in
Township Triumph Church, it
being tho lot of land purchased by
Charlie Little from Dentist Little and
known as the store lot. it being one-
fourth of an more or less.
This the 3rd day of December, 1915.
JOSEPH
Sheriff
12-3-ltd
Said election to be held Tuesday,
whether there shall or shall not be February g, MM, at the Store of Ivey
and collected a Special Bro. in the town of Arthur.
Tax of on the One Hundred N- C. in said Township for tho
Dollars valuation of properly and pose of taking and ascertaining the w .
n the Poll In the will of the qualified voters of the above n being the land deeded to J. P.
ed territory, and at described territory, as to Morris by w. H. and J. J.
the Special Tax shall shall or shall not be levied and for which this mortgage is
written or printed ballot con- collected a Special School Tax of given to secure the purchase price.
. , w Si on the One Hundred Dollars. the 24th day of November, 1915.
use opposed to said Tax shall valuation of property and on the W. JOHN J. FORD,
,. printed ballot con- Poll In the above described Mortgagees.
the words Special and said Election those favoring I JULIUS BROWN. Attorney.
t B Tax shall vote a written
And it is further order. J. H. or printed ballot containing the words of
Randolph be and he It hereby Special and opposed j virtue of the authority contained
Election to said Tax shall vote a written or a judgment decree made by the
ind R H. Pollard and J. Fleming printed ballot containing the words the Superior In
be and they are hereby appointed Poll Special proceedings No. 1910. entitled J.
Judge Election. And it is ordered, that Mills vs. R. A.
is further that a Smith be and he is hereby appointed commissioner will, on
Is and shall be re- Registrar for said election and A. A. December 1915. at
and that the Registration I Joyner and X B. Joyner be and m, before the court house door
for said District or Territory are hereby appointed Poll Holder o. f to public sale
shall be opened on Thursday, January j Judges Election. , highest bidder for one-third
1916, and closed Saturday, And it la further ordered, that a cash tn two equal pay-
1916 for the purpose of New Registration is and shall be re- and two years from date
wring tie qualified voter for the quired, and that the Registration;
Territory of District. for Territory
This the 8th day of November, MM. shall be opened on Thursday. January
s Chairman, 1916, and closed on
Board of of Pitt Co. MM, for the purpose of
PITT CO
Notice i
of County C
in regular
BELL, Clerk.
of Land
NORTH CAROLINA,
PITT
By virtue of a power sale con-
In a certain mortgage executed
and delivered by T. Frank Taylor to
G. E. Harris, dated February MM,
the qualified voters the said
Territory or District.
This the 9th day of December, 1915.
S. A. Chairman.
Hoard of of Pitt Co.
BELL, Clerk.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
By virtue of power vested in me as
Li. Harris, ., .,.
duly recorded in the commissioner. r order o court, mad.
office In Pitt county in Hook D-ll, page that special M pend-
of sale respectively, the deferred pay-
to be secured by mortgage, the
following described tract of land
and being In Greenville township,
Pitt county, of North Carolina,
more particularly described as fol-
Lot No. In the division of Elizabeth
Evans tract of land as shown on map
made by W. C. surveyor, in
October. 1915, containing acres,
described as Beginning at
two post oaks on edge of Mill
Tom corner and runs north
degrees minutes east feet
to a stake; thence south degrees
taunt- .,, .
-4 the undersigned, as mortgagee, will In superior court of I cast a stake
on MONDAY, the 3rd day of January, North Carolina, entitled In the roan; south
at O'clock, noon. It being the matter of Charlie Nichols, Jasper Joy- west with the
in January, expose to Joyner and Hemby feat to a stake, the
Try A Reflector Want Ad
Bring your want ad in today
veil by the Hoard
of Pitt
assembled
Monday, November i 1915,
an Election be hell the
described known a
School District No. Green-
ville Township.
at Bryan's Creek on Tar
River and running a straight line
North to the Latham land; thence with
the Latham and Clark line on west
of Latham land; thence with the
Spain and Tucker lino on west side of
Spain farm; thence north to the
Brown and Atkinson line and thence
with line to Elihu lino on
weal side of farm to
and Lumber
thence cast with
and Eureka Lumber company's
line to J. J. Turnage and Eureka
company's line; with their
line to Eureka Lumber company's and
W. J. line; thence with their
line to It. L. Smith and Eureka
company's line; thence With their
lino east to Eureka Lumber com-
and Tom line; thence
east to and Eureka Lumber
company's line; with their line
east to the Shivers and J. E.
line; thence east with their line to
Miss Addle Fleming and W. H.
line; east with
Fleming and line to R. D.
Harrington and B. House's corner;
public
-lilt . . II .
on the east, tho Henry Brown lands of Williams Land indicated on map feet by
on tho Rob
sale re the court house EX I will on the day of
of lot No. thence north
. v-, . door in Greenville, to the highest bid- January MM at 11.00 O clock a. m. at feet to a
for cash, the following described the court house door at N.
tract or of land, sell for cash to the highest bidder M w a n
Lying and being In Greenville the following described real estate
township, Pitt county, North
on the north side of Tar river, ad-1 Lying and in the county of Pitt
Joining the lands of Sidney Spain heir beginning at the North East
i north degrees east feet to a
stake; thence north CO degrees
minutes west feet to two post oaks,
the beginning. The family graveyard.
I Parker and North to J. R. Nichols line. and w, excepted
West to a ditch. Thence up
said ditch in a direction to, wag on
another ditch. Thence up said ditch but on account
to the place to the said W. A. Nichols fed Qr
ditch runs into said ditch. Thence up
said ditch to the Will ma A. Nichols I and on forth
corner. The same being the land de- DeCember
Thigpen on the -st and by II. J-
Cobb on the south and being the
land conveyed by J. u. Warren to
T. F. Taylor by Deed dated January
1st, 1914 as appears on record in the
office of the Clerk of the Superior
Court of Pitt county in Book R-16,
page and specifically described as vised by said
Beginning on the Tarboro
road at S. H. Spain's land and run-
thence with Spain's lino to acres.
to j
,, 1915, m.
1-3 cash, 1-3 in one year
the Gum Swamp road thence with the
Gum Swamp road and tho line of the
Henry Brown land to the corner of the
Tucker land, thence with the line of
tho land now occupied by Edna
to tho Tarboro road, thence with the
Tarboro road to the beginning, con-
acres more or less and be-
the same land formerly conveyed
by D. A. King to J. B. Warren by Deed
dated March 1911, and recorded
Hook U-9, page in tho office of the
Register of Deeds of Pitt
Terms of Cash. Time of
o'clock, noon, MONDAY, January
3rd, 1916. Place of Before the
court house door in Pitt county. This
loners as appears in Book Page
. . . no l-o . o j.
Record of Wills and being about
. . . . mortgage securing deferred payments.
This the 13th day of r MM
JAMES L, EVANS.
t r . . .i if f .
Christmas Offering
Automobile Robes and
Juvenile
OUR STOCK OF ROBES AND BICYCLES IS VERY COMPLETE AND W E
WOULD BE GLAD TO HAVE YOU BEFORE DECIDING ON
YOUR CHRISTMAS
DON'T WAIT
The John Flanagan Buggy Co.
st
GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
in
Commissioner.
Land
By virtue of authority of a Judgment
entered special proceedings in the
Notice of Land Sale
By virtue of authority contained In
a certain mortgage executed by W. II.
Harrow to J. W. Stewart,
and duly recorded in
page of the Registry s In Jones
Pitt county, the undersigned
will, on Monday. January M
1916, sell to the highest bidder for ; me
cash, the fol owing described land , ,
lying and being in Swift township and I
county of j ,
Being that part of land J. , remainder payable
Stewart bought of R. C. Chapman and, house
wife, said land being on the
of Washington road which runs from g
in Carolina township, Pitt county
known as the Home con
Eighty-four acres
or less, upon which Lawrence James
and Elizabeth Jones lived and died,
and being near the town of
more fully described in Book U-6,
Registry of Deeds also Al-
tract containing
acres making one hundred
bridge to Washington,
North Carolina, bounded as
On the north by Wyatt Clark, on the
east by O. C. Nobles, on the south by
O. C. Nobles and Creeping Swamp and
on the west and northwest by Oscar
Haddock and Washington road, con-
acres more or less and the
land will subdivided and sold in
Tho purpose of this sale being to
me purpose o.
satisfy the of the above men- .
mortgage.
Time of o'clock, noon.
Place of Before the court
door In Greenville.
This the 1st day of December. 1915.
J. W. STEWART,
Mortgagee
HARDING PIERCE, Attorneys.
Bring your hides, furs and country
to E. M. nth street.
mo-wkly.
Loss of Appetite
Standard Ionic,
chill TONIC,
Malaria an. A true ton
Pol
further of J. W. Bailey at
Stokes, N. C. or the undersigned.
This December 6th, 1915.
S. J. EVERETT.
Commissioner.
IN HAY FIELD
Arthur Jones, Allen,
have been troubled with bladder
and kidney troubles for a good many
years. If It were not for Kidney
Pills I would never be able to work In
the hay Men and women past
middle age find these pills a splendid
remedy for weak, overworked or dis-
eased kidneys. Sold everywhere.
IS
or
CAROLINA. IT HAS
A POPULATION OF FOUR
THOUSAND, ONE HUNDRED
IND ONE. AND IS
ROUNDED BY THE BEST
WARMING COUNTRY.
INDUSTRIES OF ALL
WINDS ARE INVITED TO
ATE HERE FOR WE
HAVE EVERYTHING TO
OFFER IN THE WAY OF
LABOR, CAPITAL AND
FACILITIES.
WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE
NEWSPAPER
AND
PLANT.
Agriculture U the Best tat ts Employment
WE HAVE A
OF TWELVE BUN-
AMONG THE BEST
PEOPLE IN THE
PART OF NORTH CARO-
LINA AND INVITE THOSE
WHO WISH TO GET BET-
ACQUAINTED WITH
THESE GOOD PEOPLE IN
A BUSINESS WAY TO
FEW INCHES SPACE
TELL THEM WHAT YOU
HAVE TO BRING TO THEIR
ATTENTION.
OUR ADVERTISING
HATES ARE LOW AND CAN
BE HAD UPON
V II,
NUMBER EIGHT
G. M. F
DEAD IN
Death Was Due To
Drinking And
Drugs.
Was a Native of
Body Passed Through
Here Today For
His Home.
Mr. E. M. about
prominent lawyer of was
dead in bis room yesterday
about o'clock by friends
Instituted a search for hint following
Ills failure to make his appearance
the noonday meal.
Coroner J. C. Greene, this place,
went to last night where
he held an inquest over the body and
returned a verdict of death caused by
excessive drinking and the use of
drugs.
Mr. Cox had been known to have
been drinking heavily of late follow-
some domestic Monday
he was seen drunk and was taken to
his room about seven-thirty Monday
night. He asked friends to give him
a dose of medicine from a bottle which
he had in his room. His request was
complied with.
Later in the night a dull sound was
hoard which resembled that of a fall-
body, but no notice was taken
it as friends thought him be
drunk aid had fallen down in his
room.
Yesterday morning he did not
pear for breakfast and was absent at
dinner. Then his room was visited
and ho was found dead on tho floor.
Coroner Greene stated that he found
a black of medicine supposed to
contain a drug, which had had about
one and a half ounces taken from it.
Mr. Cox was from Richland, N. C.
and had been the practice of law at
for several years. His wife
had recently left him.
The body passed through hero today
to Richland where It will
interred.
. J. SHEL
DIED YESTERDAY
IN
Was Son of Mr. And Mis. E.
II. of Green-
ville.
Died of Held
Iii High Esteem By
Friend In
Greenville.
A terrible shock came to Mr. and
Mrs. K. in a telegram re-
about o'clock, Tuesday
announcing the death of their eldest
son, Mr. John W. In
Point, Miss., where lie was a post of-
inspector. The first Intimation
of the young Illness came in a
telegram to his mother about o'clock
stating that ho was seriously ill with
grip. In response to a wire asking
his exact condition, another message
came two hours later advising that
he was growing worse. Mr. and Mrs.
at once began preparation
for leaving on the night train for Mis-
and a little later received the
sad tidings that their son had passed
away. This was a severe shock not
only to tho parents and family, but
to the young man's host of friends.
As the sad news spread through the
town there were many who called at
the homo on Fifth street to extend
sympathy. The body will brought
homo for Interment, but tho exact time
of its arrival cannot yet be determined.
Mr. John W. was years
of age, a most popular, young
man, and numbered among his friends
everyone who knew him. Besides the
parents he Is survived by one brother,
Mr. Lee and two sisters,
Misses Mary and Ivor
For several years he was assistant
here under former Post-
master Flanagan and continued in the
position which ho filled most
efficiently, under Postmaster
ard until tho middle of October, 1914,
when he was promoted to post office
inspector and assigned to the
district and made his head-
quarters at West Point, Miss. He was
JAILED, CHARGED
WORTHLESS CHECK
Young New Yorker
In Bad At Sew
Bern.
Gets
BELL- TO PROCLAIM WOMAN
TOP Left to Gertrude Hunter, Minn.; Mrs. Helena Ml Elite
II.
BOTTOM BOW I Left to Margaret F. Sill Miss Lucy
Burns, New York; Mrs. Jesse H. Washington, II. Mrs. S. mid Miss Virginia
Arnold, Carolina.
This picture shows nine suffrage leaders with the replica of the Liberty Bell that was used in the
suffrage campaign. The bell was taken to Washington for use in the demonstration of the Congressional
Union for Woman Suffrage. The union plans to place the bell in the headquarters of the organization where it
will remain until woman is victorious in her fight for the vole. Then it will be rung, as was Its famous
original.
SMALL FIRE AT
Blaze Started The Pick-
Room But Was
Extinguished.
PART ROADS
FORCE OF HANDS
CLEAN OUT RIVER
Channel From Here To
Washington Is Being
Cleared.
A government force has been busy
for tho past few cleaning out the
channel in Tar river In order to Blake
it navigable. It Is said that a large
number of logs and a good of
rubbish has been collecting in the
channel and making it impossible for
a boat of than two or feet
to navigate from hero to Washington
without running the risk of being
grounded.
The work was started several days
ago and Is progressing rapidly,
moil stating that the channel will be
cleared and open for more extensive
navigation within a few days.
The channel from here to
Is on an about six feel
deep.
A lire which started in tho picking
room of the Greenville Cotton Mills
company this morning about eight
o'clock threatened to wipe out the
plant if it had not been for the time-
work the mill's lire lighters and
its tire tight equipment.
Superintendent at the
plant when the lire started and at
once had two streams of water
three sprinklers playing on the fire.
The damage to the stock and ma-
held in high esteem by those was slight while the building
elated with him in the government at all.
service
A WIFE
TO SEW IF HOLES l POCKET
Lost- A bunch of keys. Finder re-
turn to Wells Brown. Mr. Brown has
lust bunch of keys as the advertise-
above denotes. The cause of Mr.
Brown's losing the keys may be
to the fact that ho had a hole
in the pocket of his trousers. Now
if Mr. Brown had a wife,
wouldn't have been any hole In his
Which is. Ill Itself, a moral.
Mr. Brown says ho hopes that the
want ad will bring results. He
says he hopes though it won't
bring him a Wife, So If are any
Who have thought about pro-
posing Mr. Brown alter Saturday,
they may wait awhile. But If Mr.
Brown had ti Wife, he wouldn't
have had a hole in his pocket, lost Ills
keys and had to advertise them.
Young men should take a hint from
the moral this.
St line Reports Say Some of
The Roads Fare Bad
Now.
I I
received here from differ-
sections of the county state that
the roads in some places arc holding
up well during the wet weather, but
that in other places they are in worse
shape.
The fact that of tho roads are
in bad shape is said to be caused on
account of the work recently done on
them and that they have not had time
to become settled. It Is expected, how-
ever, that those which are now In
poor shape will soon be in better con-
TEUTONS ARE IN
FEAR OF BREAK
The Ad Though Arc
Still Unofficial And
TO TALK OF
the SPEECH
FOUtS are beginning about
the coming of Col. Fred A. Olds next
Tuesday night. They arc getting In-
In it, and It Is becoming
that there will a large crowd
out to hear him when ho addresses
the Carolina Club.
It is still being urged that if there
is anyone In tho country who has any
kind of relic of historic value.
he communicate with the club.
Remember the date of the
Next Tuesday night. The
Carolina Club rooms.
Discuss Control of Athletics
YORK. DEC La
Baron of Harvard presided
during the first session of the Nation-
Collegiate Association's
annual convention here today. Com-
control of college by
college faculties was tho keynote of
the speeches made.
SAYS CENTRAL POWERS WILL
CONSIDER PEACE PROPOSALS
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND, DEC.
Via dispatch to the
bunt from Vienna says;
i. expected in Vienna shortly with the
full conditions under which the
powers will accept peace. After
discussing the terms with Baron
the Austrian foreign
the conditions will be officially com-
allies.
that the first conference be
held at The
Washington, Doc, Unofficial ad-
vices received here today conformed
with intimations from aboard Au-
stria's forthcoming reply to the An-
note will fail to meet the de-
of the United Slates, and
Ionic circles here were authoritatively
represented as being prepared for
break In diplomatic relations between
the two countries.
Various developments, it was
might avoid such an eventuality, but
of the counter proposals which
it has been intimated the Vienna for-
office might advance have been
regarded so far as coming within Sec-
Lansing's renewal of the de-
for disavowal, reparation and
punishment of Hie submarine com-
who sunk tho Anemia with
the loss of more than a dozen I
can lives.
Now that the situation being
dormant nearly two weeks, la
beginning to take en the ;
crisis, the of the
of the United States over submarine
warfare, against merchantmen,
with Austria alone inn with the
tonic powers as allies, is
is
His Story As Interesting As
a Jesse James Dime
Wife
Without
NEW DEC. ink
De Laney, a well-groomed young
white man. left his home at
N. Y., and came south With the
idea in his head that southerners were
marks that old
saying that a is bow
applied strictly to section
below the Mason and line, he
doubtless did not think that he would
meet his Waterloo and landed jail
in New Bern, N. but this is just
what happened to Frank and while
his newly-wedded wife sits In her
room at the Gaston Hotel and wonders
what the end will be Do Laney
is sitting in a cell in the county jail
and revolving over in his mind the
old saying that way the trans-
is indeed
Tho story De career for
the past few weeks reads like a chap-
from some fairy-tale. After
leaving dear old Now York Stale he
came to North Carolina. The Ural
he passed a worthless click
for dollars on the Bland hotel
Raleigh. He d to get
iron, place being arrested
and came down to Kinston where he
passed another ten dollar the Vt,
time Ike Tull hotel.
At Kinston De Laney became ac-
with Miss Doris Sheridan,
of Philadelphia, Pa., who was doing
stunts in the chorus of B m It
comedy playing a there
while Frank was In the city. I
Laney, fairly good looking and well
dressed, captivated the heart of Miss
Sheridan and they were .
local magistrate performing
On December Mr. and Mrs.
Laney came to x i Q and i
food and at the Gaston hotel
A day or so later De Lam y it
ed Manager b B h
twenty whirl
, . or L Molt.
well known son. t r N
Slate.
check led
dollar tor the
i-r the i h k, f I i on
a r bank,
no such pi
there,
In the mi Mr. I I. Do
who I holies, ad u
re-married, a local Catholic i
performing the ceremony and
apparently as happy as two
WILL NOT MEET
IS REPORT
DEC. 29.-
according lo unofficial information re-
in here
today, will not meet tho demands was torpedoed while on her way
the United Slates In her forthcoming to Sicily, with a la Of I I
reply to the note and tho lives, reached state
tonic diplomatic circles represent- late today. II was not reported
ed as being prepared for a severance whether any Americans were aboard
turtle doves. However, when tho
REPORTED LUST; BIGHT LOST check came back, ail happiness
De Laney disappeared.
Manager Cherry told Do
that ho must make go toe money
I on the check. De
telegraphic communication
With relatives in New York and tried
to gel the money to make good but
I to do this, his relatives
DEC 20.- an
confirmed report from Rome tho
unidentified Italian passenger steam
of diplomatic relations.
The American embassy at Home, is
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Ml
FRIDAY. DECEMBER
TWO
The Carolina Home and Farm
and The Eastern Reflector
nil
NORTH CAROLINA
.
Sub-.
Sis months .
-7;. .;
Third Mi
for at l cent per word
to .
, B II, MIS
ONE PAIR YOUNG MULES AND A
; i wagon for sale a a
Atlantic Coast Co.
. ,, . to bend
I . . . . , Bi cornea.
. ., to think about it. haven't heard of so many
Ken Year r M
. report monkey killed Headline.
,, ,,,. tell us what the monkey had to about the
charge.
v . the were allowed to go home on
to return to their and we can hard-
blame them,
Colonel Grimes, iliac
. , since certain i Us being d
spread. had expected as much.
The esteemed Associate Press H an
. at copy about the Ford peace party. Report alter
. . the one.
order to keep UP with the progress which the county
making, we the opinion that Greenville
. right at this season.
The , outrage is the sinking of a French
.
to follow i lat .
Raleigh
of at
ultimatum and should never
weight and purport
behind the indictment
M, . resolute purpose to
. K, ere wiser to
sad polite
,. u, Beet and with th ,
. over
, .,.
i and
, i ;
will be forced I
broad will
. ;, ,
to their ml
put a atop I , were better thrown in the
unless they are going
The sentiment of these
phrasing I. perfect, but
re they more than tinkling cymbal, and sounding
bras. If their force is to end with their promulgation and
brave to be away in endless
cartel, and pour parlors leading nowhere and accomplish
thing of the great objects professedly sought.
A breach with Austria is to he seriously deprecated if
can be avoided without sacrifice of something of far
,. value to the American nation than the preservation
friendly relations with any earthly power
or potentate. Peace I. a great boon to the children of
men. but like all other mundane blessings, it can be
chased at too high a price. And it is a false gospel which
U teaching that the highest duty of a government is to
preserve the peace of its people. The supremacy
and of right is of far more Importance in this world than
the avoidance of strife which is purchasable only by the
triumph of wrong. Surrender to evil is not peace. The
of state of David
right, then go No slowing down or change
;,; course when the prow has already been pointed
, .-. down in the charts of honor. The hand
, the Wheel must be and steady and the orders from
the pilot-house to the engine-room must he prompt and
. ,. There is no danger that President Wilson Will
, full support from the people of the country in follow-
Its logical conclusion the principles enunciated In his
utterance, on the and cases. The one
, s that shallow motives of expediency shall be
to subject those principles to interminable debates
I i the curtains of the chancelleries at Berlin and
Vienna until they finally become adjourned questions tor
future In that case nothing that the State
Department may r i In a to any foreign office
taken seriously either In a or abroad. This
p, , . king, but II Is the
WANTS
FROM MY FARM ONE
with
I mi fears old.
leading
will be
ally II, Route
lie, N. C
FOR SALE TWO SEVEN ROOM
Ward el; nearly
I For
and particulars, write J. It.
ten, x. C.
FURNITURE TALKS
Bring your hides, furs and country
to E. M. street
mo-wkly.
arc often very interesting to
both man and wife. You
should converse about your
needs and then conic and
see us about them. No mat-
what It Is you want, for
any part of the you
will us provided with
the article that you desire.
We carry a full line of
Household Furniture
and Carpels, and we
every article we sell
to be just as represented or
money refunded.
TAFT VANDYKE
; SALE HORSE, AND
harness. One big wagon. Henry T
King.
RESIDENCE;
, rooms, two baths, water and I
lights. Henry T. King. 12-2,101
.A Timely
For
Once again the question of what to
give stares you in the face. When in
doubt
FLOWERS
Even the richest gifts fall short in
expressing the Christmas sentiment
when compared with the message of a
single beautiful flower of plant.
We have the gift of gifts for every-
one.
Let us book your now for best
vice.
. Co
RALEIGH, N. C.
Greenhouse uptown
AGENT, WHIT L.
FOR
W. C. Allen, Mo.,
have raised a family of four children
and used Foley's Honey and Tar with j
all of them. I find it the best cough
and croup medicine I ever used. I
used it for eight or ten years and can
recommend it for Same
factory results for coughs and colds.
Sold everywhere.
THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF
The National Bank
extend to their customers and friends the COM-
of the SEASON. Wishing all a
Happy Christmas and a
Prosperous New Year
JAMES L. LITTLE,
President.
P. J. FORBES
Cashier.
. ; with
. Hied up
i ,. true or not. it seem
.,. i run in bunches. When one .
or live are to loll
REELS
.
THE
.-., of alarm clock i
In the In
to any great extent the present
measure, and the average citizen finds
are a tit.
The earliest form of conscience known in this I
was that Introduced by the Pilgrim Fathers and had no
The Puritans had been terribly
. n England because their and on
they proceeded to what they had left
who denied the existence of a deep
. . a form of hell. They were God-I
never allowed s store m to run, b I i
Announcement
ii. W. carter announces that he
has removed bis office to the National
Hank building, second floor, with Dr.
A. M. Office hours every
Monday. Telephone No.
12-28-301.
WORKED IN THE HAY HELD
Arthur Jones, Allen,
I have been troubled with bladder
kidney troubles for a good many
years. If It were not for Foley Kidney
Pills I would never he able to work In
the Men and women past
middle age find these pills a splendid
remedy for weak, overworked or dis-
.;,.,. Kidneys. Sold everywhere.
We share
. , j, .
State annual meeting. Tn .
Pilot will W the
MO ROOM FOR MORE TALK
,., . best light of at
. m the I
. . r-i.-.-.-
. ,
. of are still doing and
. people to one of the most changes
which can be Imagined.
b why so many people flee foreign lands
,. . , and fragrant steerage and this
we have so much liberty of In
can believe anything he to without
. , p by the thumbs or removed from the official
Closing Out Sale of HI
On account change In business
I offer for sale to CO full blood and
high grade Jersey brood sows
gilts. These sows have been bred
o registered sire to in
February and March and arc
era proof. As this stock must he dis-
posed of by January 1st. I will sell
them sacrifice prices. Parties In-
can see these sows at Ingle-
tare farm any time.
O. U
WE DO NOT HAVE TO OUR OWN
THE UP-GRADE HARDWARE WE SELL
AND THE LOW-DOWN PRICE WE SELL IT FOR,
SPEAK FOR US.
BUT JUST ONE THING WE WILL
CAN LOOK EVERYONE WE'VE DEALT WITH
LAST YEAR SQUARE IN THE EYE. WE HAVE
TREATED HIM RIGHT IN THE PAST. WE WILL
NOT CHANGE OUR SYSTEM.
,, that which implication I .
, that last word of the
,. i the
,.,, to the note was emphatic
of all the American contention. In the case and a
to comply With the specific requirements or
in Washington had
our grievance.; they can only be satisfied by prompt
and full in effect Austria r,
do at knowledge your right to
the acts of our the premises, we owe
shall make neither nor
. lie authorities at Washington had meant to make the
waiter the subject of diplomatic discussion, with a
ultimate and compromise, both the spirit and
language of the first communication were calculated to
produce a contrary Indeed the document was
TOY STORE
I have on display in the store room
next door to the Coin
Works the most assortment
m cop,, ;,,, would be a good thing, as II any
policeman a chance to re. Before making your purchase.
. . peculiar thing about it will our line as we can you
around for several years in a state, and sud-
arise and I the owner re tore M h he
took from an r had
being his books. Ho
science can do when it Is not sand-bagged laid away
in some vacant corner in the attic. The government now
has on hand a large amount of conscience money
ed by people who were overtaken by remorse at a time of
lit. when remorse had about abandoned hope of catching
up.
Conscience is a great aid to making restitution, but after
all, the best time to Is before it becomes
To Quinine To
fa
Sim. . MOWS h
For Weakness and
CHRISTMAS GOODS
Cards, Booklets, Post Cards Gift Books
LOOK AT OF
PARISIAN IVORY
Our stock of Stationery, Perfumes Toilet every de-
Is complete.
Warren Drug Company
Bay Greenville Property
One 5-Room Dwelling, Lot South Greenville, Price
One Dwelling, Lot South Greenville. Price
Two 6-Room Dwellings, Lot Washington Street,
One Room Dwelling, Lot West of A. C. L. Depot,
One 7-Room Dwelling, Lot West Greenville,
One 8-Room Dwelling, Lot Dickinson Avenue,
ALSO SEVERAL PIECES OF DESIRABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY
Moseley Brothers
Real Estate Agent
Personal
Mr. Hugh Sheppard, Wilson, was
a business visitor to Greenville yes-
Mr. It. J. Cobb went to this
morning on a brief business
Mr. Zeb has gone to
to visit friends for a few
in Oak City on business.
Mr. Marvin went to
Mount this morning to visit his broth-
Mr. Clifford
Mr. J. W. Terrell, of the Atlantic
Coast company, went to Wei-
don this morning on business.
Mr. G. G. left this morning
for Tarboro after being in Grenville
for two weeks.
Mr. Ii. Dixon was a business
tor to Bethel this morning.
Mr. n. T. Cox spent a portion of
today In Bethel on business for his
firm.
Mr. W. L. went to Washington
this morning.
Mr. M. II. White left this morning
for a visit to Norfolk.
Mr. Wiley J. Brown left morn-
for a business trip to Belhaven.
Mr. K. B. went to Washing-
ton this morning on business.
Mr. B. P. Davenport returned this
morning from
Mr. J. P. returned last night
from a visit a few days to relatives
in Virginia.
Mr. C. Causey went to
Ibis afternoon on legal business.
Mr. J. B. went to
afternoon for a brief visit to ms
Messrs. H. L. Elks and E. 1-.
went to Ayden today on business.
Mr. J. S. Walker has returned
a visit to his
White's
TO-NIGHT
OF
WEEKLY
THURSDAY
SHERIFF OF THE
RED ROCK GULCH
IT ALMOST HAP-
Hew Conscription Hill Formed
LONDON, DEC. 29.-t is slated on
excellent authority that the cabinet
has already decided upon a modified
conscription bill, to be Intro-
in the house commons next
week, giving the government the
necessary power, should It be round
needful to bring in single men and
preserve Premier Asquith's pledge to
married men.
Prayer meeting in the lies to-
night for the last time in the year.
The dance in Hall tonight
promises to be the largest of the year.
Trains getting back to better
schedules since holiday rush is
over.
Business men should getting
New advertisements ready.
The sheriff says come across with
your taxes.
Postmaster does not
make any claim to marksmanship, but
he came In Tuesday afternoon from a
hunting and his string held nineteen
partridges and three rabbits.
of tho approach of a southeast storm
was ordered d this afternoon by
the Weather from Jacksonville
to Norfolk. The storm was central
over Southern Mississippi and was In-
creasing In intensity. The Weather
Bureau says it will move
attended by Increasing southerly
winds on South Atlantic coast tonight.
probably reaching gale in force and
lifting lo westerly Wednesday.
Burns
ROCKY DEC.
gutted the Vaughn building on Main
street and did damage of several
thousand dollars to the building and
offices and store Which are cared or
under roof early The lire
,. generally attributed to a defective
due.
Sale of Valuable Land
NORTH CAROLINA.
PITT COUNTY.
By virtue of a power sale con-
in a certain mortgage executed
and delivered by T. Frank Taylor to
G. E. Harris, dated February 6th, 1915,
duly recorded in the Register's
office in Pitt county in Book D-ll, page
the undersigned, as mortgagee, will
on MONDAY, the 3rd day of January,
o'clock, noon, it being the
first Monday in January, expose to
public sale before the court house
door In Greenville, to tho highest bid-
for cash, the following described
tract or parcel of land,
and being in Greenville
township, Pitt county, North Carolina,
on the north side Tar river, ad-
joining the lands of Sidney Spain heirs
on the east, b the Henry Brown lands
on the north, Robert Parker and Hen-
on tho west and by It. J.
Cobb on the and being the
land conveyed by J. L. Warren to
T. F. Taylor by Deed dated January
1st, 1914 as appears on record in the
office of tho Clerk of tho Superior
Court of Pitt county In Book 11-10,
page and specifically described as
Beginning on the Tarboro
road at S. II. Spain's land and run-
thence with said Spain's line to
tho Gum road thence with the
Gum Swamp road and tho lino of tho
Henry Brown land to the comer the
Tucker land, thence with the line of
the land now occupied by Edna Teel
to the Tarboro road, thence with tho
Tarboro road to tho beginning, con-
acres more or less and be-
the same land formerly conveyed
by D. A. King to J. B. Warren by Deed
dated March II, 1911, and recorded in
Book 0-9, page In tho office of the
Register of Deeds Pitt
Terms of Cash. Time of
o'clock, noon, MONDAY. January
Place of Before tho
court house door in Pitt county. This
sale is made for tho purpose of .
tying tho terms of the mortgage here-
referred to.
This the 3rd day December. 1915.
O. E. HARRIS.
Mortgagee.
HARDING PIERCE, Attorneys.
Sale
CAROLINA,
PITT COUNTY.
Notice is hereby given by the Board
Commissioners of Pitt
in regular session
I Monday, November i 1916, .
that an Eta be hell In the f
described known .,
School District No.
Township.
Creek on Tar
Elver and running a straight line
i Clark
side of land; with the
. and Tucker line on west side of
i thence north to the
Brown and Atkinson lino and thence
with line to Elihu line on
side of Elihu to
and Eureka Lumber
v comer; I east with Elihu
and Eureka Lumber
line to J. J. Turnage and Eureka
company's line; thence with their
to Eureka Lumber
W. J. line; thence with
line to It. L. Smith and Ell
company's line; thence
i line east to Eureka Lumber
and Tom lino;
east to K. Staton and Eureka I.,
company's line; thence with the
to the and J. K. Taylor's
line; thence east with tin line to
Fleming and W.
line; thence east with
Fleming and line to It. D.
Harrington and E. House's corner;
j thence with their lino to David House,
eased, and T. E. Langley's line;
thence with the House and Langley
line south to tho Adam Fleming and
T. E. Langley's line; thence south to
the Public road at or
Run; thence With the Public Road
west Parkers X Roads; thence
south to the Ben J. Wilson crossing of
A. C. L. Railroad; thence with
Public road west lo Bill
Farm; thence south with the White-
head and Johnson's lino lo Tar River;
thence west to the
Said Election to held Tuesday,
February 1910, at the School House
in the above described territory fur
of taking and ascertain-
the will of the qualified voters of
tho described territory, lo
whether there shall or shall not be
levied and collected a Special School
Tax of on the One Hundred
Dollars valuation of property and
on the Poll in tho
ed territory, and at said election those
favoring the said Special Tax shall
a written or printed ballot con-
the words Special
and opposed to said Tax shall
vote a written or printed ballot con-
the words Special
And it is further ordered that J. II.
Randolph be and he is hereby
pointed tor sold Election
and It. H. Pollard and W. Fleming
lie and they are hereby appointed Poll
Holders or Judges of Election.
And it is further ordered, that a
New Registration is and shall be re-
quired, and that tho Registration
Books for said District or Territory
-hall he opened on Thursday, January
and closed lay,
for the of
the qualified
Territory of District.
Tills the day of November, 1915.
B. A. CONGLETON, Chairman,
Hoard of of Co.
BELL, Clerk.
and
Trust Company
The Oldest and Largest
Bank in Pitt County
The House of Values
NEW YEAR GIFTS
WHERE WORTH is
PLACE TO H
lilt FOLLOWING
i . V. 5-00 to
did Cold watches. 12.75 to 43.00
Ladies Cold Killed Watches. to 17.00
Solid Gold Watches. WM
OF ALL TO SUIT THE MOST PUB-
AMI AT THE MOST
Mesh
Vanity Cases, Sterling Silver. 0-00 to 1.00
Bead Necklaces, Cold. 3.00 to 15.00
Waist Pen
Hat Pins
Umbrellas, Gold and to
Toilet Sets. Ivory and Silver. 5.00 to 22.50
Manicuring Sets. 1-00 to 6.00
Bracelet Watches. to 35.00
I GIFTS FOB THE EX-
FAMILY AT
W. L. BEST, JEWELER
GREENVILLE,
CAROLINA
For Quick Service Phone
NEW FALL EATABLES
Becker's Cream, Oat Meal, Small
Hominy, Pancake Flour, Buck-
wheat, Mullets, West India
Molasses
TO PLEASE.
S. M. SCHULTZ,
DECIDE
A Reflector Want Ad
The Is Here, Hacked
Testimony.
Don't take our word for it.
Don't depend on a stranger's state-
Head Greenville endorsement.
Head the statement of Greenville cit-
And decide for yourself.
Here Is one case of it.
J. J. Nobles, Dickinson and Paris
Greenville, kidneys
out of order and I had a dull
pain in my back which worried me.
In tho morning I was sore and stilt
The kidney secretions were irregular
passage Kidney Pills were
brought to my attention and I got a
box. They relieved mo all
toms of kidney putting my
and kidneys in good
Price MO, at all Don't
simply ask for a kidney
Kidney same that
Mr. Nobles bad. Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Notice of Land Sale
By virtue power vested in mo by
that mortgage duly executed to mo on
the 14th day of May, 1915, by D. G.
Sermons and of record in tho Pitt
County Registry in Book A-ll, at page
to which reference is made, I
shall sell for cash to tho highest bid-
at auction at the court
door In the town of Greenville
on Friday, tho 21st day of January,
1916, at twelve o'clock, M., the follow-
described real estate, lying, being
and situate In township,
in tho county of Pitt and State of
North Carolina, as follows,
Beginning at the County Home and
Baker land corner, and running thence
with said County Homo line south to
J. H. corner; thence
with his lino In an easterly direction
to D. D. Turner's corner; with
other lines to tho beginning, said tract
known as tho land, being
tho same land that wag conveyed to
the said D. G, Sermons by his
Sermons, containing one
hundred more or less.
This December 20th, 1915.
HENRY BUTTON.
Mortgagee.
ALBION DUNN, Attorney.
virtue of authority of a Judgment
entered special proceedings in the
Superior court,
W. Bailey, Elizabeth Jones
and Lawrence Jones against Hebrew
Jones, Joshua Jones, Elisabeth Jones,
Jessie Jones and Ira Jones, appoint-
mo as commissioner, directing me
to sell the land described In the
Sled in the said special proceed-
I will sell to tho highest bidder
for 1-3 cash, the remainder
iii three years, at the court house
door on Monday the 3rd day of
1916, at noon, that tract of land
in Carolina township, Pitt county
known as the Home con
acres more
or less, upon which James
and Elizabeth Jones lived and died.
and being near the town of
more described In Book 0-6, page
Registry of Deeds also Al-
Jain tract containing
acres making one hundred and
four acres to sold.
further of J. W. Bailey at
Stokes, N. C, or tho undersigned.
This 1915.
S. J. EVERETT,
Commissioner.
ire Sale
By virtue of power of sale con-
In a certain given by
J, T. Pope and wife, Ada E. Pope, to
Macon on the day
lot October, 1913, and In the
Register of Deed, Hook L-10,
the undersigned will sell for
cash to the his r on the 21st
day of January, 1916, noon, II
lowing described property, I
Beginning at a stake John B. Smith's
West comer and running thence North
it 3-4 east poles and links a
stake Israel Hardy's corner,
1-1 west poles to
a crooked forked gum, thence
west poles, thence south 1-3 cast
poles and links to the begin-
containing 1-2 acres or
less, being tho same land this day
to J. T. Pope by deed from C. n.
Wife, Nannie E.
way.
This 20th day of December, 1915.
It. A.
Administrator.
N. W. OUTLAW, Attorney.
Notice Big Sale
tin .,
Orange Brand
smoked peppered shoulders,
Hod and fresh, Green
and smoked sausage. Don
our pure no
We nice line cook-
crackers. When In need of
description call
and . will be glad to you
prices.
Moms
IN BY W. A.
MIL
STREET PHONE
JUST RECEIVED
Pot Weeklies, of Appetite
The Old Ionic,
chill TONIC.
M the A true torn
Jim Kelly Signs In
Club
DEC. be-
came known that James Kelly, of
Pa., old Carolina
and manager during tho
past several seasons for tho Durham
club of tho North Carolina League,
had been signed by the Greensboro
club of this league as during
tho season.
from Page
lug to come
This morning De was placed
under arrest. Just what will
with him Is a matter of speculation,
but at present ho Is In Jail Will
doubtless remain there until be is
sent to jail to serve a sentence for
forgery and passing worthless checks,
or the case Is quashed.
Do wife, without money
and without friends, is still at tho
hotel and will taken care
of until relatives or friends come to
her assistance.
Car Load Tarra Pipe
From to inches
FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS
HICKS, The Plumber
fourth Street
Plume Residence
If you want when it
is Read Reflector





SI. ISIS
BY
. M I
Is Acts La.-
Hi Your
loses you a day You know
what is. It's mercury; quick-
silver. is dangerous. It
crashes into sour bile like dynamite,
cramping and sickening you.
attacks the bones and should never be
put into your system.
When you feel bilious, sluggish, con-
and all knocked out and be-
you dose dangerous
just remember that your drug-
fist sells for cents a large bottle
of Tone, which is en-
vegetable and plea-ant to lake
and is u substitute for
It Is guaranteed to start your
liver without stirring you up inside.
and can not
Don't take It makes yon
sick the next lay; it loses you a day's
work. Hudson's Tone straight-
ens you right up and you feel great.
it to the children because It is
perfectly harmless and doesn't gripe.
of Sale
By virtue of authority of a mortgage
executed on the day of August.
1913, by the Pitt County Union Ware-
house company, and registered in Book
no. ; . at the Register of
Heed- office. to the
, . tot cash, at noon, on the
day i
January Court for
r in Green-
ville, the follow prop-
Lying on the I E II rail-
road a good wholesale, or
building, or to warehouse lot;
beginning with the southeast corner of
Ninth and Pitt streets and running
Pitt street feet to a stake
the corner of the storage warehouse;
thence at right angles to
Pitt and parallel to Ninth street
feet to a stake; thence parallel to Pitt
street to the Alford Forbes line,
thence with said line to Ninth street;
thence with Ninth street to the begin-
See deed found in Book J-9, page
Register Heeds
This
MOSELEY BROS,
Mortgagees.
J. MARSHAL COX,
Assignee.
R. C. CAUSEY, Attorney.
Notice of Land Sale
By virtue of authority contained in
a certain mortgage executed by W. II.
Barrow to J. W. Stewart. October 25th,
and duly recorded in Book Z-9,
page of the Registry's office in
Pitt county, the undersigned
will, on Monday. January 3rd.
sell to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described property-
lying and being in Swift township and
county of
that part of land J. W.
Stewart bought of R. C Chapman and
wife, said land being on the east side
of Washington road which runs from
bridge to Washington.
North Carolina, bounded as
On the north by Wyatt Clark, on the
Bast by O. C. Nobles, on the south by
C. Nobles and Creeping Swamp and
on the west and northwest by Oscar
Haddock and Washington road, con-
acres more or less and the
land will be subdivided and sold in
The purpose of this sale being to
satisfy the terms of the above men-
mortgage.
Time of o'clock, noon.
Place of Before the court
house door in Greenville.
This the it day of December. 1915.
J. W. STEWART.
Mortgagee.
HARDING PIERCE, Attorneys.
Land For Sale
By virtue of the Deed of Trust
on the 9th of June, 1914,
registered in Book A-ll, page Pitt
County Registry, By C. C. Vines and
wife, the of the same not
having been complied with, and being
requested by the holders of the bond
therein secured to foreclose the same.
I shall sell to the highest bidder, at
o'clock, noon. Monday of
January, I, for cash the following
described
One building lot on Dickinson ave-
Just beyond the town limit.
feet by feet, purchased of
Bros., and described as being in block
B, being lot number. see plat
registered by Bros. Said lot is
In the best residential section of the
town.
This 23rd day or December. 1915.
S. J. EVERETT,
Trustee.
NORTH CAROLINA,
PITT COUNTY.
Notice
Notice is hereby given by the Board
Coin rs of Pitt County, in
regular session assembled on Monday,
-comber 1916, n I at an
be held in the following
-scribed
To Embrace whole Bearer
Said election to be held Tuesday,
B, 1916, at the Store of
Smith k Bro., In the town of Arthur,
N. C. in said Township for the
p of taking and ascertaining the
will of the qualified voters of the above
described territory, as to whether
there shall or shall not be levied and
collects a Special School Tax
on the One Hundred Dollars
valuation of property and on the
Poll in the above described Territory
and at said Election those favoring
the Special Tax shall vote a written
or printed ballot containing the words
For Special and those opposed
to said Tax shall vote a written or
printed ballot containing the words
Special
And It is further ordered, that Mills
Smith be and he is hereby appointed
Registrar for said election and A. A.
and J. B. Joyner be and they
are hereby appointed Poll Holders
Judges of Election.
And it is further ordered, that a
New Registration Is and shall be re-
quired, and that the Registration
Books for said District or Territory
Shall be opened on Thursday, January
C, 1816, and closed on
1916, for the purpose of
the qualified voters for the said
. or District.
This the 9th day of December, 1915.
S. A. Chairman,
Board of of Pitt Co.
BELL. Clerk.
the undersigned commissioner will, on
Monday, December 1915. at
o'clock m., before the court house door
of Pitt county expose to
to the highest bidder for one-third
cash and balance in two equal pay-
of one and two years from date
of sale respectively, the deferred pay-
to be secured by mortgage, the
following described tract of land
and being in Greenville township.
Pitt county, state of North Carolina,
more particularly described as fol-
Lot No. in the division of Elizabeth
Evans tract of land as shown on map
made by W. C. surveyor. In
October, 1915, containing 39.87 acres,
described as Beginning at
two post oaks on edge of Mill
Tom Decker's corner and runs north
degrees minutes east feet
to a stake; thence south degrees
minutes east feet to a stake on
the Greenville road; thence south
degrees minutes west with the
Greenville road feet to a stake, the
corner of lot No. thence north
degrees minutes west 1665 feet to a
thence north degrees east
feet to a stake In path; thence
north degrees east feet to a
stake; thence north degrees
minutes west feet to two post oaks,
the beginning. The family graveyard,
as indicated on map feet by
feet Is reserved and will be excepted
In deed.
This same tract of land was sold on
November th, but on account
of raise of bid. a re-sale been or-
and will be sold at the time
and on terms above set forth.
Date of Monday, December
1915, m.
1-S cash. 1-3 in one year
from date, 1-3 two years from date,
mortgage securing deferred payments.
This December 4th, 1915.
JAMES L. EVANS,
Commissioner.
TO Prevent Blood Poisoning
once the wonderful oM
Steal dressing pain heals
Sue
Re-sale of Land
By virtue of the authority contained
a Judgment decree made by the
clerk of the Superior court In Special
proceedings No. 1910, entitled J
Evans vs. R A Forbes et
All kinds of Insurance
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Bring your want ad in today
TRUST SALE OF VALUABLE BEAK
ESTATE
The Farm and Personal Property
Thereon.
Under and by virtue of the
contained in a certain trust deed
executed by C. T. and wife,
J. Carolina to W. If. Blue,
dated May. 1915, and recorded in
Book Ml, page 401-403 of the Regis-
of Deeds t Dee of Pitt county, the
undersigned K ill expose to sale for
CASH to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door . on Mon-
day, January 1916, at m
o'clock what is known as the Avon
Farm, situate in township,
described as
tract of real estate in the
of Pitt and State of North Carolina,
In township, known as Grimes-
Avon farm, bounded on the northeast
by Tar river, on the south by
creek, Boyd Mill pond. and Pop-
branches, on the west by Poplar
branch and the lands of Tucker and
Edwards, being more particularly
as
Beginning at a white oak, Buck's
old corner on Tar river branch, known
as corner between Tucker and
wards, Avon Farm, south
degrees minutes east with their
said dividing line poles to a stake
in a small branch down said branch
poles to a thence
degrees minutes east poles to
a hickory; thence north degrees
west poles to a white oak; thence
south degrees west poles to a
gum In Poplar branch, down run of
said branch poles to run of
creek; down run of
creek CS poles to a gum stump on
I known as corner of Boyd's
Mill pond, thence north degrees
east poles to a pine stump another
corner of said mill pond, down the
course of northern edge of said mill
pond poles to old mill site; thence
around the western side of said mill
site north degrees cast poles
to old mill road, thence with said road
24.7 to run of creek, down run
of said creek 17.6 poles to bridge at
road; thence
continuing down said creek poles
to junction of said creek with Tar
river, just above ferry; thence
up with the course of Tar river 1409
poles to beginning, containing
acres of land, according to a
survey made by J. D. Cox, civil en-
in the year. being
the identical tract of land conveyed
by W. It Blue and wife C. C. Blue to
C. T. by deed in Book N-10,
page Pitt county Registry, except
acres known as Boyd's creek
Tuesday, January 1910
On Tuesday, January 1916, the
undersigned, by virtue of the powers
contained In a deed from C.
T. and wife J, Carolina Mun-
ford, to W. M. Blue, as appears of
record In Book L-10 page on the
premises known as the Avon Farm,
will expose to for CASH to the
highest bidder, tho following
ed personal property,
MULES.
HORSES
All machinery and farming
all live stock and personal
property now situate and belonging to
what is known as the AVON FARM,
township. Sale of personal
property to commence at Tues-
day, Terms
This the 23rd day of De ember, 1915.
W. M. BLUE.
Mortgagee.
HARRY SKINNER. Attorney.
Annual of Stockholder;
The annual meeting of the stock-
holders of The National Bank of
Greenville, will be held Tuesday, Jan.
11th, 1916, at o'clock in the Na-
Bank building.
E OP PUBLIC SALE
By virtue of power vested in me as
commissioner, by order of court, made
in that special proceeding, now pend-
in the superior court of Pitt
North Carolina, entitled the
matter of Charlie Nichols, Jasper Joy-
Joyner and Hemby
EX I will on the 17th day of
January 1916 at 11.00 O'clock a. m. at
the court house door at Greenville, N.
C sell for cash to the highest bidder
the following described real estate
Lying and being In the county of Pitt
and beginning at the North East
of Williams Laud and
North to J. R. Nichols line.
Thence West to a ditch. Thence up
said ditch in a direction to
another ditch. up said ditch
to place to the said W. A. Nichols
ditch runs into said ditch. Thence up
said ditch to the ms A. Nichols
The same being the land de-
by to
as appears in Book
Record of Wills and being about
acres.
This the 13th day of December 1915
W. A. Harden,
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R. C.
at Law
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Office in the National Bank Building
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Title
Eastern reflector, 31 December 1915
Description
The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
December 31, 1915
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