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MANY SECRET ORDERS
ORGANIZE FOR THRIFT
Mart Than Sixteen Hundred Lodge*
With Thousand* of Member* Work
ing to Malt* Thrift a Happy Habit.
Thrift, aa a movemnet of the Uni
ted State* Treasury Department, ha*
been Indorsed by more than sixteen
hundred lodge* of fraternal orders In
the Fifth Federal Reserve District.
Acoordlng to flgnrae given out today
by the War Laxui Organisation of the
District, thee* lodge* bare more than
one hundred and thirty-all thousand
mben. and *ot only are all these
member* urged to loin War Saving*
So-'-Mies, but many lodge* are Invest
ing their Treasury funds la War Bar
' S<-,n-e three hundred lodge*, with a
membership exceeding thirty-four
thousand, are forming societies In
Maryland Among the orders repre
sented there are the Knights of
Pythias, Shield of Honor. Maccabees,
Red Men. Knights of the Qolden
Bagle Woodmen of the World and
In Virginia the Woodmen of Amer
ica are heartily co-operating in the
thrift tmorement. Their two hundred
aad ten lodges with a membership
at seven thousand four hundred and
thirty-Aval: are organizing War Sav
ings Societies In North Carolina
searly seven hundred lodge* are act
ively supporting the campaign. These
tots' a membership of about sixty-nine
thousand, representing the Sons and
Daughters of Liberty, the IiMependent
Order of Odd Fellows and the Junior
Order of United American Mechanic*.
Valuable aid Is being lent In South
Carolina by the Knights of Pythias,
the Red Men and the Odd Fellows, the
three orders having more than three .
hundred lodges In the State, with a
membership In excess of twelve thou
sand. Co-operation of all lodge* In
the dlstrtlct Is urged. Since many ot
the most promlneat and Influential
men In every community are lodge
members. It la partcularlv desired to
have the fraternal Orders behind the
FARMERS TURN SALES
INTO SAYING STAMPS
OM Crop* if Great AM to Thrifty i
Tillers of toll In This District
Farmers who are msklng a habit
of getting a few Thrift Stamps stmt
tins they market anything from
ItMr farm* are flndlar that they are
sM? to sare regulaly and that they
do sot miss the small amounts la
rested. The a rarer* farmer In this
section of the country depends large
ly on his "money" crop, which he har
rests once a year. Almost erery one!
of them, hwerar, (rows something
else which he markets at odd times.
An occasional load of hay may be
taken Into town and sold. The thrifty
fanner* also ylant peas, beans, okra.
lettuce, beats or some of the other
r?etablas which thrlre In the South
and for which there Is a ready market.
Batter and acts form stapls arttelss
to'be marketed between Reason*
By buying Just a f?w Thrift
Stamps each time the farm wagon
makeo a haul to town, the farmer or
his wife Is prorldng a fttnd which they
win be sbie to turn to good account
later - en. for when these Thrift
Stamps are exchange! for War 8ar-j
tag* Stamp, they Increase In ralne,
automatically. aad may always he
turned into cash on ten darn' written
notice to the postmaster, although the
longer they are kept the more they
Wealth Is seldom the result of luck
but of system. Sare regularly. Buy
tw s a.
Treat your pocket hook with the
?atne consideration as yon wonld
your beet friend. Inrestment la War
BarWs* Stomps makes the Me j
The cornerstone of tomorrow's **e-1
eeef W founded upon today's thrift
Any postman can lay ths conmrston*
|pr you with War Barings Stamps
Tea never miss the Arst dol1?r out
of rour pockethool Keep it for your
*n!f Buy Thrift 3 omps.
Krm you bought your Thrift Stamp
MAY HAVE LUXURIES
War Saving* Stamp* Furnish An
Easy Way to Obtain Mo nay
Although a family may not N
wealthy enough for rue "lady of the
house' 'to hare all the little conTaai
ences she want*, through Thrift and
War Baring* Stamp* the government
has provided a way for the housewife
to lit up her kitchen, paint the hcaae,
furnl?h her spar* room or emballlah
Theee women who were so wise as
to begin saving systematically early
In 1118 have nice little sum* Invested
in War Savings Stamps by this time.
Eleven War Savings Stamps, some
of which ooat as llttl* as $4.11 apiece,
wfll buy a first-class kitchen cabinet.
In many Instances, the housewife
would not have saved anything to
speak of. had It not been for the War
Women are quick to grasp the b*n?
fits from habits of thrift. Numerous
reports have been received at district
headquarters of the War Loaa Organ
isation of the Fifth Federal Rusuria
District of woman who have started
in by putting quarters In Thrft
Stamp* and who have ben enabled
to buy desired artlqles to brighten
As soon as a War Savings Stamp la
bought, ft begins earning mora
mossy. War Savings Stamp* are
practically randy m<mey They are
redeemable wtth scorned Internet at
the post off to* ob ten days' aotloe, bat
th* longer they are held, the in or*
money they make for their holders.
EASY START TOWARD
Whan a man gets $1,000 laitd up
there are always opportunities lor a
good iDTMtanl It is hard to plaoe
much leu tfcaa that. That ia what
healthy am who arc self-made ad
vise young mm to begin early a ad
save the ~trat thousand.
Until we went to war, U waa hard
ta get started toward that 91.000 un
1ms at least on* dollar could be put
*way at a time. V Small cfcange waa
reatlees aad aorobatic and kept lom|?
ing out of our pockets Into someone
Now, however, there la aa easy war
to get that first thousand. TTve
answer la Thrl* Stamps. They coat
only a quarter apiece and aaa be ?on
verted Into War Sarlngs Stamps. The
government at the TTolted States
backs theae War Savings Stamps with
a guarantee of 4 per cent, interest,
compounded quarterly. Bare and suo
AS PERMANENT INVESTMENT
Seeretary af Treasury aises Shows
Valuee af War Savings and
Asks for Oo-operation.
Secretary Olaaa, to a resent Inter
view given at Washington. discussed
War Stamps as a permanent invest
ment as follows:
"WAR Saviags 8 tain pa afford an as
sailant vehicle! for Increasing capital
and earning power. Many persons
bare not taken the War Savings
Stamps seriously aa aa Investment
but the tact that they may be bought
in as large a quautltyma $1,000 faco
value during 191$, at such favorable
Interest return, makes them most de
sirable for the average man or family.
"Dsflnlte plans for the continuance
: of the iesue in coming years of small
i Government securltiaa are being work
"Although War Savings Stamp*
sale* thin year do not approach the
high marks made uader stimulation of
war n??d laat year, iMr absorption
l>7 Lh? public thaa tar Ui bom aatia
I Sayings in all channels ahrank dur
ing the early month* *f ?he year, and
i it la expected that War ?eying* Stamp
! sales. atone with' postal tarings and
savings bank deposits. wtll grow
steadily throughout the year.
"Co-jperation is sought earnestly la
th* matter of keeping Thrift and War
flaring* Stamp* on *ai*. so that no
on* so Inellnad may (ail to hare oppor
tunity to lnT*at hi* money wisely."
Today Is that toriorrow you tho??b#
j about y?*l*nlay?Buy W. 8. .8. MGR.
Spend wlcely?lav**t Judlclo^H^"
| and yon will bar* fUntifully
NOTICE OF SALE
By oirder of an and judgment of
the Superior Court of Martford, nude
and entered in a Special Proceeding
mere pending wherein Lula B. Lew
ter Everett .Administratrix of C. H.
Lewter, defeased, U petitioner and
Theodore B. Lewter ( Charlie I). Lew
ter and others, heirs-at-law of C. H.
Lewter, deceased, are defendanta, the
undersigned, J. H. Matthews, commis
sioner, will on Saturday, July 12th,
1919 at twelve o'clock M., expose
to pubdlic sale in front of the poat
borooffice in the tow nof Murfrees
boro, Hertford county, North Caro
line t the hightest bidder for cash,
the following bounde dand described
lots of land in the twn of Murfrea
boro .Hertford County, North Caro
line, to-wit :
Lats Nos. ne, eight, ten and twelve
in blck three of tha tcertain piece
or pa reel of land known as the Isaac
Pipkin "Brown Lot" and which was
plotted and plotted and sold by said
Pipkin through the Thomsa, Forte
Realty and Auction Company, and
plotted by J. R .Edmunds, Civil Engi
neer by map, of record in Book 46,
pafce 44Q Hertford County Register
of Deds Office; and being a portion
of the lota conveyed to C. H. Lewter
by E. B. Vaughan and wife by deed,
of record in book 60 at page 279,
Hertford County Register of Deeds
office to which deed reference is made
for more particular description of
These lots are sold under order
of the court to make assets for pay
ment of outstanding debt* against
the estate of C. H. Lewter, deceased,
and will be sold separately.
This the Place of sale?In front
of the post office.
Time of sale?12 (jN;Jock M., Sat
urday July 12 1919.
Terms of sale?Cash.
This the 10th day of June, 1919.
J. H Matthews
WINSTON & MATTHEWS,
North Carolina, Superior Court
Hertford County August Term, 1919
* Mary Vann
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the Su
perior Court of Hertford County,
North Carolinawto obtain a divorce
"A Vinculo MatriaMOii," and that the
defendant will further take notice that
he is required to appear at the term
of the Superior Court of said County
to be held on the 4th Monday before
the first Monday of September, it be
ing the 4th day of August, 1919, at the
courthouse of said County, in Winton,
N. C., and answer or demur to the
complaint in said action, or the plain
tiff will apply to the Court for the re
lief demanded in said complaint.
This the 12th day of June, 1919.
C. Wallace Jones.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
D. R. McG. GOHON,
Clerk of Superior Court.
Cures The Cough
A FREE BOX OF
GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE
(Opens the Pores and Penetrates)
For Chest Colds, Head Colds aud
Croup, is enclosed with every bot
tle or HAYES' HEALING IIONEY
You get thrs C'ljh Syrup a ad the Salve
(or one pries, 33c.
Made, Recommended and Guaranteed to
the Public by
Paris Medicine Company
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
Having qualified as administratrix
of the estate of A. T. Hill deceased
late o1 Hertford County, North Car
olina, this is to notify all those hold
ing claima against the estate of the
said deceased to present them to the
undersigned for payment on or be
fore the 12th day of April, 1920, or
this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebt
ed to said estate will please make
This 12th day of April, 1919.
Mrs. Rosa I. Hill, Adm'rx.
t' ) $500,000.00 *
Half Million Dollars of Country, Town and City Property
In and near Elizabeth City, Hertford, Edenton, andSunbury, N. C. Also in and near Whaleyvilla, Cypress,
Saunders, Holland, Myrtle, Lummis, Mannings, Franklin and Suffolk, Va.
Beautiful city and town property. Farms and timberlands. Anything that the investor or homeaeeker can
wish or look for. I have optioned up and am waiting buyers. Am ready and anxious to deed same. Follow
ing is a partial list of farms and other properties:
Thomas J. Whitfield farm, 120 acres north side ofNansemond River adjoining City of Suffolk.
Wm. Thomas Kilby Farm, 250 acres 4, miles fromSuffolk.
J. T. Williams?Yates Farm, 226 acres, 1 1-2 milesfrom Suffolk.
G. Cooper?Willie A. Lassiter farm, 239 acres, 3 l-2miles from Suffolk.
E. R. Rodgers farm, 60 acres, 2 miles from Suffolk.
Altachol farm, 180 acres, 8 1-2 miles from Suffolk!
Jesse Whitley farm, 360 acres, 4 miles from Suffolk. .
John King farms, 1,000 acres, 6 miles from Suffolk.
Willie J. Brinkley farm, 105 acres 8 miles from Suffolk
Henry Parker farm 197 acres, 8 miles from Suffolk.
R. Sam Holland farm *142 acres, with store and ginand mill buildings with all machinery at Saunders Sta
Robert E. Brothers farm, 199 acres, Cypress, Va.
W. H. Brothers, deceased " farm, 220 acres, 4 mile?from Whaleyville
Beverly P. Baker farm, 73 acres, 3 miles from Wha|eyVji)e> Virginia.
Savage farm, 101 acres, Manning Siding, 4 miles from Suffolk.'
Nelms farm, 77 acres. Manning Siding, 4 miles from,Suffolk!
Cyras H. Ellis farm, 60 acres, Manning Siding, 5 mi!e.,from Suffolk.
Joshua Harrell farm, 198 acres, 3 miles from Holland, VaA. G. Harvell farm, 125 acres, 3 miles from Suffolk.
W. W. Smith farm, 100 acres, 1 mile from Nurneys Station.
Charlie F. White farm. 60 acres, in Bosley, N. C.
Ernest S. Benton farm, 60 acres, Wiggins Cross Roads. 3 miles Coropeake N. C.
J. T. Parker farm, 50 acres, at Liberty Spring church, 8 miles from Suffolk.
O. L. Baker home, store and two large farms, 7milesfrom Suffolk.
Jack Baker farm, 42 acres, 8 miles from Suffolk.
J. H. Adams farm, 35 acres, Lummis Station, Va.
F. H. Hedgepeth farm, 45 acres, Lummis Station Va.
J. E. Gray farm, 100 acres, Kenyon Station, 4 milesfrom Suffolk.
Rogert Rawles farm, 160 acres, 3 1-2 miles from Holland Va.
John Harrell farm, 3 miles from Sunbury, N. C.
Baker and Bob Hollowell, Parker farm, 174 acres, lmile from Sunbury, North Carolina.
Thomas B Walters home place, 75 acres Hertford, North Carolina. ?
George W. Campbell farm, 208 acres, 1 mile from Hertford, North Carolina.
?? H. Winslow Taylor farm,, 100 acres, 3 miles from Elizabeth City, North Carolina 1
The C. W. Morns, J. C. Commander Home with aboutthree acres of vacant lot adjoining the High School of
Elizabeth City, North Carolina.
I' Dozens of other properties for sale not listed here
MR. HOMESEEKER AND INVESTOR
I have the finest assortment of farming lands in theState of North Carolina and also Virginia. Thousands
of acres of the best tobacco lands, all around Suffolk, thatcan be had in these States. Tobacco is now growing on
farms I sold last year. These farms are going at lessthan half price, such lands are selling for in the tobacco
Mr. Farmer?If you want a farm or have a farm tosell, look for Suffolk's Hustling Real Estate Man.
Homeseekers wanting to locate in Suffolk, see or write me at nee.
Yours for business,
H. P. WINSLOW,
P. 0. Box 419, Stopping at Hotel
Atlantic Life Insurance Co.
Announces the Appointment of
W. L. Curtis as District Agent,
Ahoskie, N. C.
Atlantic is a Southern Company managed by Southern Men in the interest
of Southern people..
Atlantic invests its premiums in the State from which they are received.
Atlantic invests in real estate loans upon city, town or farm property.
A, POLICY IN THE ATLANTIC HELPS THE BUSINESS OF
PEOPLT WHOSE BU8INESS HELPS YOUR BUSINESS. ?
Atlantic shows in the people of the territory in which it doeg business the
confidence *rhich those people sh owin it, . if,
Alfred M. Best Company, the Brudstreet & Dunn 6f the Insurance bus
iness in their report on the Atlantic say:
THE COMPANY HAS HA DA STEADY AND PERSISTENT
GROWTH AND POSSESS AMPLE SURPLUS. THE AC
TURIAL METHODS ARE SOUND. ITS INVESTMENTS
YIELD A LARGE RETURN. THE EXPENSE OF MANAGE
| MENT AND COST OF NEW BUSINESS IS MODERATE.
Atlantic Capital and Surplus is 10 per cent of its liabilities. Judge.it by *?
r the security it affords. That ig teh best financial strength?not the size
of assets, but the margin above iss liabilities.
Atlantic Contracts me>t every need of the insurer and include all modern
additions to the lifelnsurance contract.
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W. L CURTIS - BEN S. McKEEL
District Agent Local Aent I
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