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iwi. in a mortnie deed Mtcatiil
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-%}. M. Brown, dated- 1st day of June.
1?0I. anddoly recorded in book No.
HTWe 428, Register's 'office ef
Beaufort county. IHklCft IB . Htfjued:
i. 1 will offer for s&le to the.-high
est bidder at public auction, (or cask,
at the courthouse Soo?> In Xh? lowrr
of Washington, N. C., on MONDAY,
OCTOBER 4. 11^ M 12 o'clock^ the
follow lng_desqrtbe<l property, to-wtt:
A certain lot of land'iying and being
" In >>? tltir nf Wftlrffftn. coonty of
Beaufort, State of North Carolina.
? aacl being the eastern half of lot No. ,
10"7 In' that yart of said city -called]
"MacNair Town," equated on the]
In* a frontage on Second street gf 60
fttt*. And running north 2X0 feet.
v Bounded on: the north toy the lot of
'???* lot of 8. R. Powle, on the weat by the
lot o f John Dowty and on the south
lot of land conreye* by C. M. Brown
and wife to Samuel 8. Hardlson by
deed dated June 1, 1903, which la
duly recorded in the Register's office
t cduaty, Ud. U ,B?rtlirrS=1
ferred to. %
11 Tfcis September 1. 1909. _
, C. If. BROWN. Mortgagee. 1
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NOTICK OF 8AW.
By T^rtue of a decree of the Su
perior Court' of Dekufert count j, in
? special prufwdiug therein pending
entitled . D. B. Hooker and wife,
Mtirrfe- James L^Slayo and others,
which is hereby referred to, and as
commissioner therein appointed, I
will sell at the courthouse door In
comity. on MONTI A Y OPt
?'TOBER 4, 1909, at noon, for cash
to the highest bidder, that certain
tract or parcel of land situated, lp
Richland township, Beaufort- county,
. adjoining the lands, of B. Tuttle, B.*
J. West, Jaa. Potter, J. W? Mayo and
others,. described as follows: Begin
ning at an oak stump fn the Bpriag or I
Bond line At the poeosin abovp the]
Jiead of 8node's creek, and ruining
*north 65 west 240 Voles at or near
swamp sotath 20 west lio 1 SSSiy"
thence into the poeosin south l east
500 poles to or near the Mixon line;
thente north . 32 east 870 poi -s to
Thoa. Campen's.llne; thence nor h 20
weat to the spring or Bond tpper
corner in the poeosin, aifd with (heir
. Itoeto-tlre lMginnIng
Thlg July 1, 1909.
A. D. MACLEAN, Commissioner.
NOTICE OP ELECTION.
Notice la hereby given that it a
meeting -of the Board of Aide neu
held en July 14, 1909, an ele tlon
? far ?he city of Wasmn&ton was >rd
ered to be held in. the various * irds
of aald city of Washington, on 1 iea
day, the 14th day of September. U09
for the purpose of voting on a fcnd
!?ue of as provided fcl In
chapter *81, Private Acta of oier
? aion of iWT, the fnnda arising f pin
htfad mae -w- be fafr 2nt~
purpose of Improving tthe street of
the city of WashlngtQn. That at ild
election those who are In favor o I sv
suing said bonds and levying t :es
shall vot% ballots with the w :3T
"Fo? Htrwt -Tuiwu'emeuta." nd
? those oaposed STIasultta aald be de
shall vote ballots with the w< da
."Against Street Improvements" v it
ten <Tr printed thereon. Tho at ve
- notice IQy ordeTTrf
i rrwrwi iiiwmbb r+
Bf itn Ctlj Aldaiuiiu, the fullewhg
registrars were appointed for the ?y
to act during the coming electln
? ?Ffc+to the Question nf lianlng boas
Improvements will be voted on.
First ward ? N. E. Mitchell.
7 Setuud ward ? W. E. Laughli -
Third ward ? Jesse 8. Hodges.
Fourth ward? W. J. Whltford.
First ward ? Wlnfleld's stables.
' Bacond yawl ? Ciiybatfc
Tfclrd ward ? Howard's stables.
smith shop. ^ v. .1 !
TUU 11th flay of August. '??. ?
'W. B. WINDLEY, City Ckf
NOTICE OF SALE. "
tained Is a oertaln chattel mortgai
* Berry <Inc), duly registered
the ofAce of the Hegiiter of Dm
fftT BMllIort Cfttfnty, In chattel mo
gage book-No. ?6, at page SB1. whl
pr ( inc. ) will offer for sale, for cat
to the highest bidder, at their pla
of .business, in the city of WashUD
ton, on Main street, at noon, on Se
I- goods, ?ataa.sad merchandise, fu
7 nlture and fixtures, described In tl
mortgage above referred to. Ad li
vea^ory of aald goods, furniture gn
fixtures can be seen at the itor* c
Buskin * Berry (U ic.).
?__:Ihla -September 1, *???.'
STJ8KIN A BRfcRY (Inc.)' |
IF YOU COULD SEE
What Pure Materials form the basis of
Hardy's" Cfolif Cream
You would understand its lovely white
ness, its smooth and greaseless touch?
its purc|?weat delicflte nrlnr. and you'd
know why it is the softest to use. ? - ?
No othet ColdGtcm is anything like it
No other Cold Cream gives anything like
Get in a! supply today. 50c. Jars. -
DR. HARDY'S DRUG S' ORE
The Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
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IS. REPRESENTED IN WASHINGTON
~ ? AND BEAUFORT COUNTY BY ?
YOU BETTER HURRY
?round and view oar mgniflceBt al?
play of <?rer I, OOP resplendent Fall
and Winter Woolen Innovations.
We_take jour mensure, by the. n?P?
complete and ingenious measure-ta
king a yatem known, and have Baker
to take a' front and flfle vley photo*
Kraph of each customer, which en*
. utiles the f utter to draft a suit tp FIT
yon.^ . ? ,
And when it come* it is a master
fir | ? ^ ' H.lt ? jrwo-H Ue tlckl?l "t the B?.
^Wright's TflSlpri^fe Parlors,
"Who Tailor Best In Washington."
by ouf new French D*y Cleaning Process. Makes them
look like new. Our new Dry Steam Sterilizing Press
team Sterilizing ]
ing Machine is doing excellent work. Ladies'
Suits a specialty. Have yonr laundry done here
process destroys germs. 'Phoae242.
Alderman-Capehari Laundry7 Inc.
131-4 WATER STREET
Town Tglk Flour
in Car-load Ix)ta. The
Price U Right. Tele
. phone -
Walter Credle &
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Ihm JJ-mVill1! 1-1 nj.n ? 1 1.;; ' j
Dr. Whit McXalr passed through
the city yesterday en route to Tar- 1
s "? . ? ? .
Mr. R. A. l*oyd went to Wilson |
yesterday on the A. 0. L. train?
Mrs. J. A. Phillip# and ton. Willie.
| went to_ RoblnHouville yesterday.
Mrs. Win. Jordan went to Tarboro I
yesterday aften?6on. to visit her |
daughter, Mrs. Afrnon Hsrt.
4 ' ?
? 3ff.~X"IirBiWHu.- of Bay srOF. spent i
ithe day hero yesterday, en. route to
yRocky Mount,* tin a bunfut;n trip.
. Messrs. 8haw Bonner. Chas. Mld
yotte, Hardy Thompson, John Hook
er, Bryan B. ^Ildyette and Wm. 8.
Beach* spent the day 1n town yester
* Mrs. J no. Rodman,
tot her hoffi^tu~Jwt>=-i
Mr .Ouy Weston went to New Bern I
yesterday . %
Mr. Q. WTFTWlKan went td Rdcky
Mr. -an# Jtfrs: F. F. Cherry return^
on Mondtfy from the Alaska Expo
Ion at Seattle, and report a grand
Miss Olivia Smith, who has been
visiting Miss Katie Bragaw*. left ..yes- 1
terday for her honie in Raleigh.
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Col. W. B. Rodman, of Charlotte,]
was a passenger on th? morning AU
lantlc -Coast Line train.
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Mr. W. C. 8tryon, son. of Captain I
A. W. Styron, left. for the Agricul- |
sume his- studies.
Mr. rax ton WestonTof Lake Com
fort, went to Raleigh this morning,
to enter the A. & M. College. ~~
.A ' I
Mf. ftanrft.m l.f. .M?|
morning for Warrentop ~to reenter I
the Warrenton High School. He. was |
accompanied by bis mother, Mrs. W.
P. Baugham. * 1
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Mr. J. D. Etorn, of Baysids. Was a
Washington visitor yesterday after- J
Miss Carrie Bright a?d Mr. Macfc
Bright went to Frederick yesterday
L^rntwiiwin.- tpvlsit pfr ttr~
stein. ' :
M'*"?" ife* Belle and Katharine
Small left tWa morning to visit MIu
Mtry Pendleton." In Elizabeth City.
bean v HI tint Mr. and Mri
t?n. rwunwd to, Mr hom<
and little daughter. Mar; Verne, of
Norfolk, who have been visiting Mrs.
K A. Ntcholla tor aeveral days hare
returne d to their home.
John H. fttSir wIll leiv. for1
Norrolk tomorrow, where .he will
meet John Snail, Jr., who return!
from a ftmr at a boy's summer camp
In tJrcWhtto monnuini.
r Mr. ^atifr ?, of WtUfanreton,
arrived In the city ^yesterday, and I*
Tisltlng Mr. WIU Knight.
Mlas Saliio Benaon. ot Ropor, F&
twrnad today to -har home. after, a
jjiat to Mr. and Mr>. Ed. Jennett. -
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Miss Mary Murray, of Norfolk, ar
rlred-thl. mor.dtid and will vl.ll Mrs.
-Miss Augusta Charles returned on
'the afternoon "train- yesterday f ruin a
long visit to Virginia Beach, Nags
head, Elizabeth City and oyier points.
Mr. Will Beaaley returned, yest'er
day from Norfolk.
' SW?aiM Myers "lBfi-y?sTst aay "ST"
ternoon for bis home in Greensboro
[Alter a abort visit to-hls mother aniT
MlwsNcill^ TaylfT spent the day
lere yeatariUj^ on har-wey ty-her
home tw n , | j[|~ f
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, Mr*. Emily Mitchell and daughter.
[Hiss Emljy, spent yesterday In ChoC
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l= Miim Annie Weapon went to New
Bern yesterday tor a short visit.
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Master E<! merit! Credle, of Pan
|tego, arrived yeeterday to visit Miss
Maude Wludley and ma slater, whoJ
H. 'he guest ot Mlaa windier. jJ
uumay, a* ha^Eame'oju AefclMilh
,?treet. ' ? . -? ? ^
Mr. B- L. fimither wetU-_ ui \Vest
Jtr. C. C. Mayo, or South Creek" Is
t? tfie city.
? Mra- M'i F' ytUon- hajt rqtiirn<??l~|
| home f f o m i Vpfciaih t_ v I s 1 1 t o Low- '
*nd othrr point*.
Mr. A; IS. Patll . son of Mr. Tliman
I caul, or Aurora-, leTl foaiy to attend'
?Ingham 8cho6l. at Asheville, N.~C.
The pictures at the'Qem last night.
were fine, and tonight they will be
fuiraI~good. and there will be aToT
of laughs In the. pictures, too. - The'
Brtde of Tablvla is a beautiful Indian
1 drama, with lovely scon cry. Thstwfr
sonB is also a good drama. While
the Uplifting of Mr. Barker, Nick
Carter's Double, and Calling day lire
all clever comedies. The orchestra
will please ybu, "as usual, and some
new mnslc will be on the program.
I want a good photograph of J^oy. 1
don't know how you feel about'fc I
know youiiaveyut your life Insured
for to benefit, but if-you were to die
before I do, I certainly would hate io
Think I had sm likeness of you. "for you
are an exceptionally fine man, and ynn i
should feel congratulated, knowing
that 1 forsook all othera for you. May
you hufTy forth to BAKER'S STU
AT THII 1)1 X IK LAHT NIGHT.
TEe p5rT3TOW5~TITOT ? ST ? Hl*
DixFe last night was another hit for
enthusiastic applause. Mr. Devoe is
one or the most mysterious charac
ter* thai- hop ovor made his appear
ance here. The various features 'of
Mr. and Mrs. Devoe's act are very in
teresting and_ bewildering all .the way
through. Tonight they -gixa. aqpther
change of program. On Friday night
at 9 o'clock Mr. Devoe will make the
box escape. In. this act he will ob
tain a drygoods bos from some of
ohe merchants and place it on ihe
| stage. Ha- will then lnvltq ?a"
mlttee of thr&eor four men to nail |
other means they may see fit to place
around the box. and in two minutes
he will mafce hito ecape from it with
out drawing any nails or defacing it
In anyway. This will take place o ?
Friday night at 9 o'clock.
did you Ever
STOP TO THINK
That electricity is the best
light obtainable ? cool, con
venient and cheap? . If you
want solid comfort this win
ter, let lis figiirp with ynji ?n |
W I R I N GH
We ? are glad to give you
a free estimate. Call or
plant. ? -rrr
1KJ. LESS EACH PAY!|
Original Price Todajl
jLady'? Watch I3IN $29.?d
I Gent'* Watch 44. M 39.4M
?Gold Ring It.#* 9 ill
?Locxt and Ch?tn 12.54 11.5*1
^rooch ittl 9.J
JSol KoIvm * Fork* !?.?$ 1J.W
ISHver WaUr Sot 14. M 13.M
fiWCflu Bowl l.tl i.tf
landaomc Umbrella 6.5Q S.H
These sales *ill count
IntHe . .
1 BABY PRIZE Jk
y ? CONT#T
Get Busy !
LG. SMITH ER)
i"Vt. 1 J
Walk or Ride.
You can have a Telephone
put in your Tib use In the* flly""
'or. at your farm at a very sur
low CQft, ixx) HW
ions drive and i>er
hyp? a life by being in direct i||
and instantaneous touch with Jj
-your Doctor GfOcsr, SUr- "
chant and Brok< r, "
'Weather reports and mar
ket quotations can be secured
Interested parties are re
quested to communicate with
Mr. D. W,BeII,.Ml'g,f
CAROLINA TEL. AND
? TEL. CO,*
Washington, N. C.
rtlls pfopositioh willlnter
est you. and it would be welf
to investigate before the ap
proach of the cold Winter
There', wort for ? ?r.?t ?<1^
the new home furniture dinph
still useful "used things."
. tut inili
? e*t*tg hargaH^to i
WHEN you tee styling u it should
be, tailoring thatamacks of the
cuntom-shop and fabrics and
patterns that possess the air of exctu
siveness and distinction, then jro?|
Will reallre th* Import juic of buying
1 fail ..,i?h ?k? rnnrmM
We have every accepted style of
the season, evrxv ?lt?' fnr all ihip#
of man. whether tall, ?hortr~*tout or
tlim and we guarantee the fabricate
wear and give entire satlafactMMB.
What more can you ask? ? /
OUGHT TO BE THERE !
lMfcM w?lt?faok better ?nd lut
iS? 5y <*h*r H
Candy which you have been paying 40c. forwifij
|^rcduccd^tc^l^nd-30c7 per poured.
The Grocery Man.
j[ "111 AUi JIlUlplU l/v *4 II VI V I
When4he Ad deader Gets
'""When the ad. -reader gets busy-Jtfith a pair
Lbeginstnrlip nut ads., ? YOURS
For thesecliiyed ads. serve as tBflHIOftmli
on little trijJs? little "Buying excursions ? shop
ping, house-hunting, property-huijting, serv-~
ant-hunting trips. They decide the trend of the
day's quests. -They influence th? day's
ness deals ? more than that, they initiate them.
1 Many olthe day's deals, sales and porch? m
would not have bgenmarle at all but far th?m.
So, haveycmrtd. there when the ad.-rcader
looks for a pair of scissors. _ . ? ? X