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??1 Jui? iw-mJil la fouk No.
*r~ 'tf Hnylnlrr't nmriTiir
? county. Which la ntunl.
o, i wfll offer for sale to the high
,... SmM? afSiWTSsniilirlDr-nMti.
at (he courthouse door, In the town
of WuhlAolpn, S. Ci, on MONDAY,
? -OCTOBER 4; ttfit. at.il o'clock, Ch4
.... ? de?rtbed property, to- wit:
l . |Tl?.
n* i ? rn-;- ~i
SUte. of North Carolina,
07 In that part .of aald city called
"MacNair Town," situated 'on the
Berth side of Second Btreft and hav
'"^VflSftUga-Mi Second street af 6.0
-and running north ifofkeU
* Bounded oo the north by the lot of
T T. McDonald, on the eastb* the
irB. R. Fowle, on the weetby the
kit at John Dowty and an the eouth
? street, and being the game
lot of land conveyed by C.M. Bran,
and wife to Samuel s. Haralson by
deed .dated June 1. lHOS, which la
duly recorded In the Register '? oflce
of Beaufort county, aaif^i herein Utt
NOTICE <>p SAM-;.
By Ttrtue of a decree of the Su
perior Court o> Beaufort county. In
a special proceeding therein pending
ailljum ? D ? Bv ? Houltm ? mrl ? wife,
Mary, Ta James L. Mayo and others,
which U hereby refyred to, and as
1 Aommlisloner therelEr appointed, I
al ll^e coiirth^^ne door In
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Beaufort county, o* HON DAT, OC
TOBER 4, 1909, at noon, for carti
to the. highest bidder, that certain
tract or parcel of land situated in
Richland township, Beaufort county.
Of J* TjitUex B.
J. West, Jas. Potter. J. W, Mayo and
others, described as follows : Begin
ning at an oak stump in the Spring or
Bond S^a at Uie pocoaln above the
head of Snode's". creek, and running
umHijiii wear 04 0 rfftles at nr npnr
the Warften line; thenco up . Paupau
south ZTf ? wont 120 poles;
f&ipiCe Into the. pocoein sonth- Uoml
50*> poles to or near the Mlxon line?
thence north 32 eaet 370 poles to
Thos. Campen's line; thence north 20
ner In th? pocosln, and with their
Tills July 1. 1909.
A. D. MACLEAN. Commissioner. |
NOTICE OF MUbQ RON.
Notice is hereby gfven that at a
meeting of- the Board -of Aldermen
^ >eld on -July U, 1909, an efcetion
for the city of Washington waa ord.
*red to be held in tko various wards
! said city of Washington, on Tues
- Hth daynof-aeptemberrlM^
issue of $25,000. as provided for in
cbnpter-281. Private Acta of Gcner
i)'.frT*V Assembly .of North Carolina. boo
-nlon of fund* arising from
Imid bo till Usnrt _to_J>e used for the
purpose of improving the streets of
tAe city of Washington- That at aa^d
?lection those who are In (svor of &
suLng said bonds jind levying taxes
?hall ynfA Kallntji the words
"For 'Street Improvements." and
thos^ opposed" to issuing said bonds
shall vote ballots wUfc, the words
Q.r>.f 1 mnrntfyniPnt." writ
ten or "printed thereon. Vne above
, notice is by order 'of *tfie Board.
11 iniuilllig III Hill Kumil
of the City Aldermen, the folfowing
registrars were appointed for the dty.
r-^-to act coming electtxnr
? vhep the question of issuing bonds
to the ainount-ofTZB.OOO 'or street
improvements wiin>e vOlc'd ovt.
First ward? N. R.~kltchelL
Sjj tiewmd" 'Ward? Wr -fc ? fcaughing
house. _ '
Third ward ? Jesse S. Hodges.
Fosrth ward? W. J. Whitford.
? * First ward ? Wlnfleld's stables.
Ii r Tljlrt ?t?bW ?
Fourth wird ? R L. Jones' blacfc
?mlth ?hop. ?
- IT?. 11IH ,1.. nt tnirii.l '09,
W. B. WINOUEt Oltr Ctpfk.
By virtu* of a power of sate con- 1
talned in a certain chattel mortgage. ?
fliMiw Inuin tn finikin!
ft Berry (Inc.), duly registered in
thr ottce of the Kiglitff uf Deeds
for Beaufort counVy,"ln chattel mort
gage book No. 66. at page 251, whioh
is hereby referred to, Suslcin ft Ber
ry (Inc.) *ill offer for sale, for Cash,
-to^the highest bidder, at their place
of business, in the city of Washing
ton, on Ifalfrstreet, at nootr. on Sep
tember Zl. 1909. all of the tsoek of
goods. WA rgf and Merchandise; fur
iDfUoge above referred to, _ An ia
ventory of said goods, furniture and
fixtures can be Been at the store of
8oskin ft Berry "(Ints.).
This September 1.M909.
BUSKIN ft BERRY (Inc.)
KOflCE OF AOMIN1HTRATION.
? I kin tblm <J?j 4?lr nullified w
ARE NOW DUE! ~
Vote? for the Gold and
Only to Those Who
Satisfied policy holders are my references. Let me
show you a life Insurance contract. It will pay yQu.
? ? GENERAL INSURANC. ~
Havens-Small Bid's ,
YOU BETTER HURRY
. - HAVE YOUR CLOTHES CLEANED -
by. our new French Dry Cleaning Process. Makes them
look like new. Our new Dry Steam Sterilizing Press
pvt-pHynr work. Ladies' Coat
Suits a specialty. Have your laundry done here, vjur
Drocess destroys germs. 'Phone 242. 1 _ ,f
Aid ornifl n -Capeh a rt T.aundnr. Inc.
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around and view oux magnificent uis- 1
piny of over 1,000 resplendent .Pall j
and Winter Woolen Innovations.
We take youV measure by the mo** |
complete and measuTv-tn
kinfc system known, and hare IJakei-|
fi mil and alili ih W pi. ?? >
"Wanli of fimli- customer, irMch en
ablea the cutter to draft <* rail to FIT |
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And- when it come* it In a master |
Suit? .you'll ho tickled at the fit.
-"Who Tailor Best lit Washington."
FOR NEXT tST^YS
To .clear oilf printed Press Goods we will offer our en
tire line ot ligtit weight bress Uoods as follows: ~
22J1 -2c PtgnreSMIk 'l'lmiff ISc ISO FtorerUtnr Organelle, 'j 1 jc
itc" bape Dt Und* TO' B l-2*nd HcOonHlle and
jcla !3*f-2c Ariato Organdie, 8c
15c DottwLSwtaa MfflTln. ?2 1-Jp Alt^Jto BattaW^T ~ ^
lVt-Jc PirtaJmnt, , <*? ic
J. E. BUCKMAN & SON
Walter Credle &
ONLY THE BEST
r HEAVY and fancy
of ^our .kin.
*? buaUfol completion and ? '
Telvety skin can only b? ob
tained by taking groat care
and ualng <
HARDY'8 FACE LOTION.
ytffda flay hst ,!J ? 1 1
?with ostv taiufloluu mid the
result U *b*t Inevitable bura
, *Pf and chapping and. redden
: J. Ins or tbe ikin." Wcfy'a Pan- "
1F?tt04 Will glv? you the
needed protection . IJae It. rta
a duty you owe yourself
OraliiKttr. of Gohlaboro.
C., who ipi; tbOiMft man in Qjt"
Smlther-Btewart nuptials. left y??ur
; day afternoon tor his home after be
ing the gue?t of Mr. Edward L. Stew
Miss Hattie Jones la home from
Beaufort, Ne*c Bern and Vanceboro
Mr. W. J. Butj|; of Portsmouth,
?wilja.jgiwflfjuh jesteiday; ?
Mr. J. BT-fcatham is home again }
from a trip" to Aurora. .
Mr. Carl. A. Armstrong lias - ro
glgnud his yurttiun at .the DUlo tho
!*UH_AreU will lonvu lor iieiuUTSnn .
where ifo .ixas ^cf.'iJt6jnr~noslttotrT
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Mr., and Mrs. Ueverly Moss aro ex- 1
L>ected home this evening from their |
bridal tour.. _j_ .
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" Mr. Edwcrd *Loiig and Master Ed?
ward-Ayers win return from Phila
delphia this evening. Mr. Long .'Jjas
also beeh recuperating at*? Buffalo
UUlilu lU'ilm ? ?????
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Rev. Mr? Canipe and Mr. Geo. I.
.Swindell, Qf Auroro. are In -the city,
today un Vuainw'- - " ,
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Miss Patty Bdugham left this
morning lor Scotiand 'Neck to visit
lor som?. time?
Mr. and ttrXT^Tlcfilia and fam
ily, Ah Qf.Ue, Ni C.. j\Tf? in I ho nifv
visiting Mr i-:. n-gf?Trr,.
& 8.. nassed. through the'citv
day In bis i>rfVate car, en route to
Norfolk. , v -
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P ^r'- Thoa. W- Pritchard returned
pnl^mornlng rrom a trip to Washing
ton, to. c . and points in Virginia.
I Mr. and Mn. George Hackney, Sr.,
jaTriVod tills oiorfiliig from -A&'tlson . to
T,Bltvai the hom^ of Mr. and Mrs.
;Qeo. "Hackney, Jr.
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RCT. H. B. 'Bteck ?? ? paawnger
n the Ral*lg;h train yesterday^
Spner returned yoaU>r
Ulichard Neat la back from n\
business .trip to Mackey's Ferry.
? -fcfn? fTurwell Jonea was a passen
ger on the" N. & 8. train yesterday |
fronr Mackey's Firry.
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Mr. W. M. Cahuncey returned yes
terday-afternoon from Mackey's Fer-j
ty si Q.
Mrsv John 'Ai Roberts and children
have gorie to New Bern to visit rela
tives" and^riends. They expect to be
*b?ent aever^l week*.
Mr. John. Br Respess, of Bunyan,
was a Washington visitor this moru
Rev. J. T. Butler, pastor of the
Freewill Baptist Chureffr hm. left
this morning for Columbia, N. C., to
jlll ail appoiatment.
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? Mr . W. H. Russ returned, today I
fggwi Wii.ii ... | i n 1 1 1 1 1? fitfjithcnnj
| Mrs. John' Hughes went to ChOco
mflfilM __ _ '
? Mrs. Mary Wright and-daughter.
Mlaa.. India, wBo^hav^J^en VUUClBs
Mrs.' M. M. Jones, left this morning
fru thafr hnmi.ln Norfolk, accom
eanled byMlaa Mi-rtle Ecklln.
Ireen vllle 'Where she
Mm. M. A. Pickles returned from
Bayboro. where sLe has been visiting
Mra. E. II. Pickles.
Mr^ Lena l?piaanlt, of Greenville,
a o &** Dee?; visiting Mr?. G. W.
?eeman, left 4bts morning to visit
Capt. and ^rs. Aubrey Hawkins
gniTiUli, Albeit,' whu liaig bpea visit
teg Mrs. J no, W. Oden, left this
morning for N?t Bern. . - <?
Mr. W. E Yelvertdn, Winston
Salem. Is in the city. *
The Vostera, dram* last night at
the Gem waa a ftne bit of siting and
the aceaory, waa grand. It was al
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Mow in Vogue
The Union Grocery Co.,
Bergeron and Cufler, tfroprlet ora..
Fhave . QltM ' op and are running an
fnp-to-date restaurant over thelr,jpt>
atoro on Wrfter etreet. A first-.
chef la ?mployed and mfialB juicl
lunches are served In the lateat style;
I pleading to the moat critical epicure.
A Fine Stock
Mr. Jonathan Ha vena la fast gain
g a reputation as a raiser of mark
etable beef. He has a large stock
farm about. three mlleelq the coun
tq' and pays special attention to the
hrSlSlttg; - of beef for this; ?b?1 other
market*. The claaa of Beef he sells
romuarea favorably with the Unci
New Scat* in Auditorium
Public School audi torkna have been
Installed. There are ^39 in all, eaclr
seat being numbered. They are made
by thQ American Seating^ Company,
of Chicago. They are what is called
the automatic opera chall-. of ma*'
hofcany-HnJeb, with keaY?_.ir on stand
ards. The seats are very attractive
and comfortable. Besides the instal
lation of the new chairs a large 53
electric light chandelier has -been
placed, beside^ two smaller ones. Bo
fore the scata wore placed the pupils
df the school had to either stand or
| kit un the noqr during -n.t
AT THE DUlt LAHT NlcfHT.
?The Dixie last night^had a record
breaking crowd. At times the house
was sold ouC'aud standing Toom was
at a premium In order to see the
"wonderful aet of the DeVoe*. To
night they give a change 'of program.
and one of the jeainre^-ot- their " act
will .be the box
Mr rfamnn will nn"*''' >?
(?" box iligi nal OWU especially uon?
strudtea rorthe purpose^ and will in
leas than* five minutes' time make his
escape from the box without aid of
any description. . This Is *n act that
has mystified .thousands, -ana one you
of observing,, und you should by ho ;
means miss this chance of seeing
something that i? truly out of the 'or- .
dinary. This act alone IS worth
double the prlcte of -admission, and if
you miss .it you Will be sorry. The
p.cturcs last night were excellent,
and' T,h'6se for tonight are jot an ex
optionally high grade.
t' MKK.TIXG OF ELKS.
k The meeting of the B." P. O. Btks
la called <to" meet tonight at Si o'clock
Inilstead of &:30. This is^done ih
pnvter tn tran^aci all buaincss Jiefore
C?nlmerce, no tliosc members winhinfif
to attend th^j latter meeting' will be
able to do ,po?
? Xus ? Pnrtaln tell ..this morning
bound for Philadelphia toeing lum- ]
m WHltr WWW! i?? WWW H
piqk up on her way six more badge's j
all loaded with 25i0,000 feet of lum- |
by waiting too
SALE STILL ON
10C. LESS EA'CHDAY!
Lady's iVstch $*?.*? SM-4(| '
fGent't Watch , 49 ? W jfi
Id Ring lf.H 1 ... ,
caetind Chain 12.JJ }Vjd
, |Set Knives & Forks 14.54 13.9M
UfeUvaf W?lsrSet 14. ?0 l.V4fl
(Pitcher ?nd CJ !?**?? II. M 9.W
Cat Gists Bowl v 5.44 4.4t
Handsome Umbrella 4 JO $.9H
These sales will count
. in the
Get Bato't *
Walk or Ride.
You can have a Telephone
Put in your houae in (he city
* t your farm. at a vary iur
SBSHaHxIow cSEiBi Hvt
many a long drive and per
hap. a life by being In direct
and Inatantaneoua touch with
your TJoctor, Grocer, Mer
chant and Brokt r,
, Weather re porta and mar
Jtet quotations can be secured
1 daily. ; ~ ? "
Interested parties are re
Mr. Bell, M'g'i
CAROLINA TEL. AND
Washington, N. C.
. Tiilspropojiaon will Inter -
Ml >ou. and J> would be well
to investigate before the ap
proach of tKS" cold Winter.
DID YOU EVER
I That electricity is the best
I light obtainable? cool, con
I venient and cheap? If you
w*nt solid-comfort this win
ter, let us figure "with you on"
YOUR rftoTJSE '
a free estimate. Qa!l or
- PLANT r
have been permanent] r cured
with Pi jo b Cure. ItiscoHi
posi-d of the meat effective "I
remcda-i Lnovrn in medKiao
?w tbc treatment of couak*.
cold*, bronchitis and *11 cheat i
???ffiiitiafct. and has fx-comy
wrirlti f.finous tbrmiKh at-atiy^
halt a ccnt'iry o( n\arvcloaa
tacceu. * I
At DraggUts, 23 Cent*
WHEN you see styling -as it should
be. tailoring that smacks of the
custom-shop and fabrics and
>atterns thst possess the sir of exclu
ivenes* and distinction, then you
vill realize Hie importance of buying
i faHsult with the GRIFFON mark.
We have every accepted style of
he scasonr every sire for all shapes^.
>f men. whether tall, short, stout or
lim and weguar?ntee_ the fabrics to
vear and give entire satisfaction.
A' hat more can yoi^ jik?
State Normal and ?
Maintained by the State for the worn-. 1.
en of North Carolina. I'our Regular
Courses Leading to Degrees. Special n
bourses for Tcachers. Fall session be
gins September 15; 1909. Those desir
ing to enter should apphy as early as.
possible. For catalog and other infor
mation address ?
I- I. FOUST, Pres., Greensboroi N. C.
There's work for a want atl;? uhfa -
[he cleric ottgrow his Job. ?
Tiwo'fc uuik fur a ir;inl nl. '
FVu*ve lost or round so rat lliihg,
? uiritCBi PBIfTfl
?*>d all '<
We carry rt?y, Grain -and all
kinds Feedstuff ? We hanitir
- the very best Flour at whole- ^
? sale. . r
"PAUL & CUTLER
BAST WATER STREET. '
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[Tuesday, Atrg.^H, at 2 p. m.
have been paying 40c. for willl
"V. pm puuitd. ? Sgte bt:giiis|