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LEGAL NOTICES ~
' CERTIFICATE OP DISSOLUTION.
State of Nort^ Carolina,
? DepartMeot efc Kato.-^?
all to whom these present* may
\ Whereas, & appear* ta. $iy aaUe
LJ fictfyn. brjyjxj authenticated record
of the proceedings for the voluntary
dissolution thereof, bj^ the unani
mous consent of *il the stockholders,
deposited In my office, that the New
. Era Construction Company, a cor
poration of this state. whose prlnci
-pal office Is situated Is ' the city of
~ Washington, county of Beaufortr
Btate of North Carolina (Geo. T.
Leach being the agent tfiereln and in
charge thereof, upon whom process
- hi WTTftf). hag^ compiled with
the requirements of chapter 21, Re
vlsal of 1905. entitled "Corpora
^Mffna," preliminary to the Issuing of
. this Certificate of Dissolution.
?" ' ?" Now, Therefore, I, J. Bryan. Grimes,
Secretary of State of the State of
North Carolina, do hereby certify
that the said corporatldfi/'did, on
the 7th day of May, 1909, file
In my office a duly executed and
attested consent In writing to the
dissolution of said corporation, ex
ecuted by all the stockholders there
of, which said consent and the record
?* of the proceedings aforesaid are now
on file in my said office, as provided
In Testimony Whereof, I have
hereunto set mjMmnd and affixed my
official seat at Rale'gh, this 7th day
oT May, A. D. 1909.
\f J. BRYAN GRIMES,
(Seal.) Secretary of State.
NOTICE OF EXECUTION BALE.
? y.ortfl LtTBi.uu, Maufuii euuntj. iu
the Superior Court The J. E. Ty
gert Company vs. Thos. H. Blount.
By virtue of an -execution directed
to the undersigned, from the Superior
court of Beaufort county, in the
-Kboie-aiititled action. I wtll. on Mon
day, the twenty-fifth (25th) day of
October, 1909 (It_being_tbe first day
of the October terpj, 1909,' of the Su
perior court of Beaufort county), at
twelve (12) o'clock, poon, at the
courthousc door in said county, sell
to the highest bidder, for cash, to
satisfy said execution, all the right.
- tittle and/interest* which the said
Thos. H. Blount. the defendant, has
In the following described real es
A certain tract or parcel of land
known as "Sans Soucl," lying _iuat
northeast of the city of Washington,
in Beaufort county, in the State of
North Carolina; beginning at & cedar
post on the Plymouth road, running
thence south 59 1-2 weBt 2148 feet;
thence north 45 1-2 west 1442 feet;
thence north 38 east G17 feet; thence
north 22 1-2 west C93 feet; thence
~~ north 33 degrees east 1222 feet;
thence north 59 1-2 east 510 feet;
thence south 37 east 2900 feet, to the
? WKinjiiui, conmning ana nunufta
and twenty-five (125) acres, more or
if being the purpbse and intent of
this .description to include the farm
on which the said Thos. IL Blount
now Resides, and has resided for a
numtoer'or years, Md which Iv bound- f
ed approximately aa hereinbefore In- [
dlcated. . ' * ? /
tofore allotted to him, In the above j
described land, and subject to which
this sale will be made, is that-portion
which is described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a hickory at the top
Of a hill in the cow lot south or
southeast ot~ the residence, running
north about fifty (50) ea'st a distance
of about 900 feet to an old pump
point in the line ditch on lever's
fcPH thence with and along the line
ditch and Lover's Lane, north about
37 west to 8,3-4 Inch pipe sunk in
said dltoh ;* thencC south about 60
west, a distance of about 744 feet, to
a plum tree; thence south about 5
west, a distance of about 168 feet, to
a fringe tree at the comer of "ll. N.
3" Blount's porch; thence soutn aoout
60 west about 65 feet, to a maple
tree, in front of the residence, used
for years as a hitching post; thence
south about 30 degrees east, a dis
tance of about 255 feet, to the be
r ilnalni;jMflBini about nine' amf
. y . *ni ^
the returns of the appraisers in the
proceedings for the allotment of
* This 25th day of September, 19.0*.
Geo. E RICKS,
Sheriff of Beaufort County.
NOTICE OF SUMMONS AKUuJS^R
RiNT OP ATTACHMBNT.
North Carolina, Beaufort County.
Washington Township, - Justice's
Court. Before A. Mayo, J. P. Geo.
W. Owqn and Geo. M. Owen, trad
ing as Geo. N. Owen and Boners.
E. H. Hyman.
The defendant above named will
take notlcST* TEat a summons In'the
above - entltled-action ? was issued
against said defendant on the 97th
? day of September, (909.. by A. Mayo,
Justice of . the Peace, of Beaufort
county, North Carolina, for the sum
of two hundred ($200.00) dollars,
due the plaintiff by judgment ren
: ? aaA mmt me
defendant in the-Court of Uw and
Chauncery.of the City of -Norfolk,
; " YllflnU, on Manh Itlh. T^Ol, whlrii
summons ia returnable before said'
' justice, at hie ofllee in Washington,
in wSd county and In Washington
township on Tueeday the 16th day ot
October. 1209, aft'# o'clock, a. m.
| What Washington Wants is
YOU? on Monday, October 4th.
Don't lewVe ittowomebody et??? come yoOr
. "WM. BRAQAW * CO.,
Fir <t Inra^um A|Mta U Washington. N. C.
WHO HAS YOUK]
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[CARL D. PARKER, Gen'l Insurance.
Four Years Experience.
Now Your Summer
Suit Feels Likej You're
Sitting on a Block of Ice
Uncomfortable, Isn't it?
' Come In and rfew our--nW-etyle
kinks. In business suits.
4?^'re 'neYej a mlnufe behind the
nowpst metropolitan fashions. Our
fabrics look well and wear well.
Our prict* are casjr of reach.
Wright's Tailoring Parlors,
"Who Tailor Best in Washin^toiv."
WE arc headquarters for floor Coverings. We ore showing an ex
tensive- line 1-4, I-2t and all wool Ingrain.- Also Brussels in Stair
Carpet and Stair Patterns. Art Squares 6x9, 8xlt, 9x12 feet, in Crex, Gran
ite. Ingrain, Brussels, Arjninister. We have a large and varied line of
In all sizes and patterns in Moquette. Velvet, Brussels, etc. See our
specisl Velvet Rug 27x54, at $1.5# and *2.25. They are equal to ordi
nary Moquette at a much higher price.
J. F. BUCK.MAN &gSON
WK SELL FURNITURE.
WfilEHT PBESStS D'Cill
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Your Opportunity is
(? ; .,Kki*
WhileWeare placing ourline otHeat
ing Stoves on show, to select from
the large variety of Wood and Coal
Heaters. It will be our pleasnre to
take your order and place one in your
house, store or office before the cold
weather begins. You are invited to
call and see oar stock.
Now is the time to have your gas lamps1 put in orHjgv It will cost
you nothing to have than inspected and adjusted^* Welsbach
burner will give you 80 candle power and cost only 1-2 cert- per
front. See the GAS MAN.
?bore named for the return of the
summons, when and where the >fle
fetndant is required to appear and
answer or demur' to the complaint,
or the relief demanded will be
granted.- -.Ji'- [- v- ->
Thll the 27th day ,of September.
1?0V. A- J**T0>,f
Juitloe of the Peace.
notici or KXEcrtrftb* waT
North Carolina, Beaufort coiwUjr. In
the Superior court. Washington
Horse Bxchan KeflMMi v* HenJ
to the undersign
above entitled action; on Mon- 1
day, the let day of Kov?mber. H0?,
at It o'clock, nottn, at the courthouse
door In said>ouaty..^0ll. to the high
est bfdder, tec eaahf;to, UUefy said
execution, all the ^Ight, title and In
adjoining the lands ? of Noah Little
and otbera. and bounilM u follcrwg,
vie: A cbrtaln lot of 4and lying and
being. In the town of Washington, and
In. that part thereof known aa Van
Nordan Town. ?n41 jln* cp; tie w?St
?KMotPHmxmt. batn* forty
t)ra 41B> (eat In width, and running
taflfc ? dtata?*? ot two burtd rail uM
tan (110J '**<-?' bounded on tli? ??Jt
by fMrtt *tr?at. and on tie north.
?o?tb wear ur the hid of Koab"
Utile, aftd won known rt 11)0 ml.
d?M at P. a. Medlar, wbflreom k*
resided for imray yeatSr-Awi Whiefr
CQliraT.d to bin br Noah. MM*)
-*"e. by dawl duly recorded -to
f*he ? H eg later *b ? ogee1 of Pc*nfort
Tuy loth "Ur ol September. }?o?
OEO. K. HICK8.
Mrs. 8. J. ButbM. of RaTfitKrimii
her -two sfcUdren, spoilt the night lq
town, en route to her home after a
visit at thp home pf Mr. and Mrs. J.
U. Edj**f&r -?t Edward, M. C. -0
? MIimi Marie and- Mary Hardy, who
have been superintendents of nurses
at the Washington Hospltat, tefrthls
morning for Washington City and
In Oh? city ywterdly" from1 Edward!
Mr. E. L. Dawson spent today In
Greenville on business.
Mr. W. M. Cooper left this morn
Ing for Greenville.
.Sheriff Goo. 12. Ricks went io
Greenville today on: business. . .
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Mr. H.iS. \Vard returned yesterday
afternoon fcom court at Hertford.
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Mr. Will Wlndley returned yester
day 'afternoon from a trip to Cleve
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sparrow return
ed yesterday afternoon on the N. and
S. train fi'om a trip to New York,
Boston and Bershire Hills.
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Mr. M. F. Watson- left town yes
tertiay on a business trip to,Vanco
boro. ; ?#>; ?
Miss Mary B. Hoy t returned yes
terday from a trip through the coun
ty on business tor The ,Newn.
I Mr. and Mrs. 8. R. Fowle returned
yesterday afternoon after a northern
trip of several weeks. New York
city, Boston, and the Berkshlres were
spent the day in town yesterday.
Mr.-Lee 'Stewart left yesterday af
ternoon for Greenville.
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Capt. Nx AV-..Joxics'and daughter.
Miss Lillian, left jfesterdav for their
home In New Berfl, after a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bland.
Mr. Nat Fulford went to Greenville
yesterday on bulsne3s.
Mr. /and Mrs. Tllman Paul and chil
dren, of Aurora* spent the day in j
town yesterday. t
Mrs. H. M. Dixon, of Wharton. j
spent the day in town yesterday.
^ Mr. G. ??. Edward went to Ayden |
yesterday on business.
Miss Laura L. Whitley, of Wll
Uamston. left for ier home yester- 1
day. after a visit to Mrs. Chas. Hus- 1
sey, On East Main street.
. Mrt H. McMullenV-ft yesterday, on
the A. C. ~t?. trafl^Tor Norfolk, on
business. '* ?
Miss Marlon CUtl^^South Creek,
returned home this' afternoon.
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Mr. M. M. Jones went to Bath yes
Rev. D. W. Davlf wafc In the city to
Mr. 8. T. Nlcholion. of Bath,. left
this morning for Baltimore, where he
will resume hie ntudles of medicine
at. the Johns Hopkins Medical Col
lege. 'V. " ? ?
Elder J. T. Butter went to Colum
bia this morning to jUl.bls regular
Mr. W. Cpxtou. Assistant General
Passenger Agent- of the Norfolk and
Southern, passed through the city to
Mrs. R. S. Goodaon and daughter,
Miss Madge, who have been visiting
at the home of Mrs. B. T. Jennett. left
this morning for tlltlr home in Scot
' Co ?UpU? rntnrnxil
this morning from Greenville.
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Mlaa ? LI it la M ? flTfihs, nf ? HAlh. ,
paused through the city today,
route to Norfolk, where she will en- [
Hr J T nnH MISS Mary
Nicholson, of Bath, were In the city
today, en route to Norfolk, where
Miss Nicholson will resume her
Mr. John Fulford returned today I
on the Norfolk and Southern from a |
business trip to Farxnrille.
Mrs. W. T. Ronner aad MIsa Mary
Virginia- Bpnnsr left this mornkiK for
Baltimore, where Hiss Bonner will
reaume her studies. Mrs. Bonher will
continue her home In Trenton. N. J.
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Mr^ A- B. Sn)lth;;now of AsSertH*\
aryir?^ te u>r~ city morning for
? -* ??
The nloiur"* it the bem last night
were much <*aJOyed by the audience.
?? magle picture and the
merry widow wait*. The singing of
Mr* Koft eljoltefl much aintfause, and
.the playing of the orchestra was, as
usual a pleasure to listen t* Tonight
I *PW. an .rrcrr. Wh.r. It raUl
[tor frr??Ll? aulle a conr<.nl?nc? to
tta farmar Quito a number of tbam
ha?e already b??n pvrtbaaed In thla
[A PLEASANT WAY
Poor deluded victims! - ^
. Contlhually sprinkling and spray-]
log aud stoipach do*lug.
\VniUro ydtt doing' It for?
Might Just as well try to kill a cat
with fresh milk. v .
! 8tlc\ln|r a piece of chewing gum In
j the Mppor lefL liinri rnrnpr of the
right -ear would slaughter just as
? -y^M-ean't-lcmtlie gernia_llia? cause
catarrh unless you get where they
You can get where the germs are
-by breathing Hyomel, the powerful
yet soothlngr antiseptic, which Is pre
pared especially ?<.to kill, oatrrrh
Just bre-vthe It In. that's all. -It I
Kives Joyful reliof in five minutes. It ?
Is guaranteed. by Brown'4 Drug Store |
to cure catarrh, or money back.
It sold by leading' druggists ev
erywhere. A complete outfit. Includ
ing Inhaler, costs fl.OO. Extra bot
tles. 50c. Cures sore throat, '-coughs
and colds. w - " -
"I take especial pride In recom
mending Hyomel to asthmatic suffer
ers, as I know by experience that It is
a remedy that cures. I have not since
using Hyomel had any recurrence of
asthma."? Mrs. Wm. Burton, Owos
sfn. Micb.. June 22. X309
b Ihc Ihott that hunts mn hour of a
? child'/ lilt COWANS PREPARATION
glm TnaUnt rdtrf tod comfort Ju?t nib
? Haw about an
They are convenient,
and for a fey days we
will .sell;them at cost.
|?i Fr'Tmr pi i xtt
11 DON'T 11
lit Walk oiLiiide.
You can have a Telephone
pui in your house In the city
or at your farm at a very anr
paaslngly low coat, and save
many a long drive and per
hapa a life by being in direct
and Instantaneous touch with
your Doctor. Grocer, Mer
chant and Jiroktr,
??Weather reporta and mar
ket quotationa can be secured
Inte/csted parties are re
Mr. D.W. Bell, M'g'i
CAROLINA TEL. AND
. -TBI, CO..
Washington, N. C.
Thla proposition will inter
eat you. and it would be well
to Investigate before the ap
proach of the cold Winter
|| months. ||
Lb ' =nnr==0
NEW ARRIVALS OF
Z DRESS GOODS
la alt shades ?> ?? prirer
Your inspection will give us pleasure.
"The Prescription Store."
ONLY THE BEST
I HEAVY AND FANCY j
GROCERIES ? ir
Carried. We please ouf |
customers or no pay. Try |
UNION GROCERY CO.
Delivered to any part of city 25 cents
quart. Served in any style, steamed a
specialty at 113 Market Street. J.
Ocracoke Fresh' Dressed Mullets.
? " J. T. WYATT
HIGHEST CASH PRICES ?
We carry Hay, Grain and all
kinds Feedstuff - ? We handle
the very best Flour whole
sale. j ?
PAUL & CUTLER
EAST WATER STREET.
Whole Wheat Flour,
Walter Credle & CO.
JUST ARRIVED iBS!
Pettijohns, Graham Flour, Shredded Wheat Bis
cuit, Oat Meal, Cracked Wheat, Corn Flakes,
Post Toasties, Cream of Wheat. Crape Nuts,
Puffed Rice, Puffed Wheat and many others.
Price always right, quality the best.
Two delivery wagons and wheel, which'in
sures prompt service. 'Phone 123. '
J. F. TAYLOE,
GEO. H. HILL
Yoiit horse will be well cared for at
Hill's Stables, r .
?HELP IS OFFERED?
WORTHY YOUNG MEN ANt> WOMEN. No matter how limited your
mean* of edjfitlon. the GREAT AMERICAN SHORTHAND AND BUSI
NESS COLLEGE, Durham. N. C., Is ready and willing to help Yap secure
a high-grade Business Education. TheONLY Business College in the C ar??
Unas presided over by an Incorporated Accountant and Auditor. A suffi
cient guarantee of its superiority. Enter now on easy payment plan.
DEPARTMENTS; Bookkeeping, Shorthand. Typewriting, Telegraphy,
rn Ul" Ivn?lWh ilrafvohe*, ?tc.--?xpert Faculty ? Rail- .
r^mVrTT .. ? ? ?/; r.t.'VfrM
Is the lighest draft, and makes the most
compact bale of any press sold.
BAILEY SUPPLY CO..
THE I. H. C. TOT,ai .F-IOIMT