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NOTICE jOF HALB.
B v Tirtne of the power oTSaTe con
<**ned in^Xjaortgage deed executed
. Baniual K llttdlaon and wife toi
?^1-. C' M. Brown, datad lit of Tnpr
_T_ 4^,t duly recorded In book N<&
? IfufiW iin. luigmiM 'UBIgH 01
Beaufort rrtfinijr. which lafef erred
to. I will offer for tale to the high
eat bfdder at public auction, tor cash,
Of Washington, K. C., on MGNDATr
OCTOBEk 4, 1909, at 12 o'clock, the
a follow infvdescrlbed nrnnartv tn-wlf
A certain iot of lanfl lying and being
In the cltjr of Washington, county of
Baaurort/ suw ur-Nonh Carolina,
\ and beidg-the eastern half of lot No.
"MacNatr ? T?wn,"^ situated on. the
north side Second street and hav
- ? r- lng a frootago on Secondsirect of 50
feet, and running north 210 feet.
?Bounded on the north 1>y' the lot of
Mary T. McDonald, on the east by the"
lot of S. R. Fowle, On the west by the
by Second street, and being tho came'
lot of land conveyed by C. M. Brown
and" wife to Samuel S. Hardlson by.
4 deed dated Juno 1, 1903, which is
duly recorded In the Register's office
of Beaufort county, and is herein re
ferred to. ^ ~
Thia September 1, 1909.
C. M. BROWN, Mortgagee.
Clerk Superior Court of Beaufort Co.
North Carolina, Beaufort county.
Superior Court, October term,
1909. 13. J. Edwards vs. Ida M.
> The ^defendant, Ida M. Edwards,
will take notice that an action en
titled as above has been Instituted
In the Superior court nf
county by E. J. Edwards for the pur
pose of obtaining an absolute divorce
against the defendant, Ida M. Ed
wards, which Is returnable before a
judge. of the Superior court, October
25, 1909, at the October term, 1909,
of the Bupdrlor court of Beaufort
<%3&l?.at which time the defendant
Is required to appear and answer or
demur to the complaint, or the relief
demanded In the complaint will be
This 1 nth day of September, 1909.
OEO. A. PAUL,
Clerk Superior Court,
? North Carolina, Beaufort Couiity. In
yhe Superior Court, October term,
1909. Lizzie Abel vs. Henry Aoel.
The defendant above named, will
take notice:* That an action entitled
as above, has been commenced by the
plaintiff against the defendant in the
Superior court of Beaufort county to
secure an absolute divorce from the
defendant; and the said defendant
will further take notice, that he is
nqoind to appear at tfie next term
* ot the Superior court of _ Beau fort
county to be held on the 7 th Monday
t h?~?ftt> Monday in September,
to-wit, the 25th day of October, 1909.
at the courthouse in ^aid county ,(4n^
Washington, North Carolina, a*nd
answer or demur to the complaint in
V said action or the plaintiff will ap
[>?; ply to the court for the relief de
,-r manded in her complaint.
"This the 16tlr day^of September,
r 1909. ; O BO. A- PAUL,
NOTICE OP SALE.
perior Court of Beaufort county, in
? a special 'proceeding there inpeiidlng
entitled D. B. "Hooker and wife,
. Mary, vs.- J am en L. Mayo and others,
which is\ hereby referred to, and as
. commissioner ' therein appointed, 1
? will sell at the courthouse door in
Beaufort county, on MONDAY, OC
? TOBKR 4? 1909. at noon._?Qf caslL
to the highest bidder, that certain
? Ira^t pargt'i 1)1 Html sliuatad in
Richland township, Beaufort county,'
adjoining the lands of E. Tuttle, B.
J. \V^t, Jas. Potter, J. W. Mayo and
others, described as follows: Begin
ning at jjn oak Btump in the Spring or
Bond line at the pocosin above the
north 5& weal 240 poles at tor near
the Warren line; thence up Paup&u
_ swamD south ? yfta,t. I'gQ poles;,
r,00 poles" to or nSfr tne Mixon
thence" north 32 east 370 poles to
thence into the pocosin south 12 east
Thos. Campen s line; thence north 20
west to the spring or Bond upper
corner intfiepocoain, and wlTh thetr
lino to the beginning.
A. D. MACLEAN. Commissioner.
This July 1, 1909.
itotick of WAR
RANT OP ATTACHMENT. .
North Carolina. Beaufort County.
Washington Township, Justice's
Court'. Bofore A. Mayo, J. P. Geo.
W. Owen and Geo. M. Owen, trad
ing as Geo. N. Owen and "Son, vs.
E. H. .Hyman.
The defendant above named will
take notice: That a summons in the
above entltfed-action was issued
agalnft saW defendant on 'the 97th
day of September, 1909, by A. Mayo.
Justice of the Peace of Beaufort
county, North Carolina, for the sum
of two hundred ($100.00) dollars,
dered in their favor ami against the
defendant In the Court of LaV- and
Chauncery of the City cfNorfolfc,
Virginia. onMarch ??U>. 1*0?. which
RunmoDi la returnable before .aid
office to Waablnjtton,
ID said and Til WaalitngtorT
iownahlp on Tueaday the.Mth day of
October, 1?#?, at ? o'cllck, a. m.
The defendant win alao take notice
that a warrant of attachm.i# waa la
aued by aald luetics on the tlth day
of Betrtetaber. i*0*,.a?ataat tli? prop
m - ?
townT^t??ge1"he?yda"Co. R. R. fixed"
for the best welfare of Hyde aad Beaufort5
I- ? ^^1 ? ? ? i? ^ ---. ? X4 ' - ??
P lea't Uava it to anmahnd y HaPwrtromfi YOUf- . M
tell* ? ~~ t ? . 1 ? v? -
WM. BKAGAW A CO.,
1 ranee Agents In WMlilnK<on, N. C.
Washing Powders and Soap
THE ONLY SOAP THAT CONTAINS DISIN
FECTANT ON THE MARKET.
WHO HAS YOUk| ? ? ?
|CARL D. PARKER, Gen'l Insurance!
Four Years Experience.
Havens-Small Bid's 'Phone 85.
Now Your Summer
Suit Feels Like You're
Sitting on a Block of Ice
Uncomfortable, isn't It?
Come in and view our new style
kink* In buirfnraa rails. 4
We're never b minute behind the
newest metropolitan fashions. Our , .
fabrics look well and wear well. Oifr-prtTCBTTO easy of reach.
Wright's Tailoring Parlors,
WE are headquarters for floor Coverings. We are showing an ex
tensive line 1-4, 1-2, and all wool Ingrain. Also Brussels in Stair
Carpet and Stair Patterns. Art Squares 6x9,8x10/4x12 feet. in Crex, Gran
ite. Ingrain, Brusfela,~Ar minister. We have a large and varied line of
In all sizes and patterns in Moquette, Velvet, Brussels, etc. See our
'special Velvet Rug 27x54, at $ 1.54 ami- $2. 25. -They are equal to ordi
nary Moquette at a much higher price. a*
1 J. F. BUCKMAN & SON
WE SELL FURNITURE.
RICH! PRESSES RIGHT:
? u .
Your Opportunity is
While weare placing ourline ofHeat
inx Stoves on show,- to^select from
the iarge variety of Wood and Coal
Heaters. It will be our pleasure to'
take your orderand place one in your
house, store or office before the cold
weather begins. You are invited to
call and see our stock.
Now is the time to have your gas lamps put in order. It will cost
er will give you 80 candle power and cost only 1-2 cent ner
hour. Seethe GAS MAN. &
summons, when and whore the de
1 fetudant la required ? tb appear and
answer pr demur to the complaint,
.or the relief domandod will be
| This the 2.7 tb day" of Septetaber,
190V. "u , A. MAYO, ?
Justice of the Peace.
| Sailed bids for the erection of two
bourns, one at? or near the foot of
PungQ flraak Bridge? -and thft other
[on piling near the flrtw of Pantego
Creek Bridge, will be received by
the Board Of County Commltslooers
on the first Monday in Octojtfr, 1909,
iu m mwma it n u'eiact m.
Bids can be for either one or both
hgusssi ? 1
Plana and specifications can be
seen at the offloe of the undersigned,
to Whom all bid^ must be directed.
This 8eptembe^7, >90*!
CJ?rk to Board.
Pursuant to a judgment renderetl
?t the May torfti, 1908, of the Su
perior court of Beaufort county In
the above entitled action, the under
tigned commissioner, duly appointed
therein, will fffer for sale ah (5 wilv
Ibrt county, Washington, X. C-, on
MONDAY, OQTOBER 4TH, at 18
o'clock m.. to the hlghist bidder for
[auft, the following described prop
erty, towlt: All that traet of land
lying and twins tn the jut* of North
Carolina, county o( Beaufort, bound
?C aqd described 4s fellows: Ban
ning at a stake l? Blount's ditch, at
Hi 0. Pmiulls
H. R. Caytonjp
aontli 1?? poles to
M. -Sparrow's corner.
i ^ioias to Blount's
;alteh, thence 40 poles and 4 1-i Unis
to thl beginning, containing GO acres
mere or lean. Terms:- Cash deed Is
M ??* whan sale U approved I,
uBMS 91 Superior colrt.
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Mln " Tixicy
Galloway, of Grimesland, who have
been visiting Mr?. O. B. Carmalt, re
turned to their home yesterday after
i^iou. /*? "**w; '
\ m ?
Allss Nancy Coward and Miss LU
lina Institute yeaterdav and loft for
.Ireenvllle where thfy will spend Sua
-day-. - J
1 Hon. J. Y. JOTPer. State Superln-|
tendent of PuhUC instruction, drove
over from Hunter's Bridge yesterday |
afternoon and left on the Norfolk and,
Suutlieru for Raleigh
Mr. Jim Cordon arrived last Even
ing from New York, and la in the city
Mr. Stephen Bragaw arrived last
ening from Hertford and Edenton |
after a professional trip.
Mrs. F. Von Eberstein -and Miss
Julia sptftat yesterday in the city, the
guests of Mr. and "Mrs. Hftrvey Bright
on East Main street.
Mr?? Wj F. Lancaster arrived today
from Vanceboro to vhsit relatives and
friends In the city.
? - ?
Mr. Sam jLaughinghouse returned
this morning from a trip to WIIbou.
? * . ?.
Mr. J. G. Bragaw. Sr., left this
morning for Mackey's Ferry where he
-will meet his .daughter, Mrs. Cam
Melllck, and her children, who are
coming to attend the Hargrove-Bra
paw waddlag oa Wortnaifin).
Mr. Jt. A. Q. Barnes arrived today
from New Berq. and will spend Sun
day li^the city. ^
Mr. Frank Congleton, of Beaufort,
arrived in the city this morning to
visit relatives and friends for a few
Mr. John Simpson, of Hatteras,
who had one of his limbs amputated I
here this summer, has returned fori
Mr. and Mr*. Baxter Garrison, of|
Roanoke iBland/are In the olty.
Mr. Joe Womble has returned from
a four weeka' .trip to South Carolina.
Mrs. W. C. Rowe-and children, of
Small, were in town yesterday for the
day. . ^ .
Mrs. M. Rogers, of Old Fordr
passed through the city yesterday, en
iuute' to Aururfc where ahe will visit
relatives and fftukdn.
Miss Esther Tripp, who has been
visiting in Edward and Wintervllle,
spent- the dap ? -beru y eater day, en
route to her honfe 1 h Aurora.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Boyd and chil
dren, of Aurora, were visitors in the
city yesterday. -J*
Mr. Stiller, of Aurora, spent the
day In the city yesterday.
Mr. P. S. Cuthrell. of Aurora, was
in town yesterday on business.
Mrs. W. T. Hlnea, of Kinston, who
has been visiting Dr. Ira Hardy, left
for 'her home yesterday, via the At
lantic Coast Line.
Mr. and Mrs. C. XT' Uannbn and
. child, "of Morehead City, spent the day
I in town yesterday, as the guests of
I Mrs. Frank Star.cll, en route to Ay
Miss Lizzie Hlnes, of Avdeji. who
haa been visiting Mrs. J. T. Harris.
left yesterday for Wharton.
MlBS Fred Tucker, of i.rifion, wno
has been visiting Mrs. Ed. Maillson.
r'-'iunimi ytwiorouy iq nor. nomo,
I ?- ? "
?Mr. Thos. Prltchard arrived in
town this morning to spend Sunday.)
Miss Mattie Wis wall arrived this
morning from Greensboro and other
points in the western part of the
F" Mr. F. E. W'nolard, of Route No. i.
[wag a Washington visitor today.
; 'yiaf ~~~ r i ,
Mr. W. R. T-tterton. of Bath, was
" ' ?_ ?*
Did you over see such a c rowt] a?
there fn? at. the Gem Inst night"
Excitement was supremo as the draw
ing took TSIaee and it was only by
parsing the numbers , called* down
through the audience that they: were
known. '"Home people will never stop
talhirtg. ? Mnr J. W. Tiwtlui wan tue
1 lucky holder, and the' expressions of
admiration for the beautiful cirt glass
bowl were* many. The pictures were
very good, and the ijuubIc elicited ap
plause. There will be "some good
ones shown tonight ami you will be
sure to enjoy them.
Injury at Factory
Mr. John MoKeel* came near meet
ing with a serious accident at the
Washington Buggy Company plant
Odi morning. He was engaged In
phnrpen ng knives'on ay emery wheel
when It bursted. Spme of the pieces
Jakefieid Cabbage Seel
"tor s?le by the pound at
bAileY Supply co.
Merchants throughout this entire
=-octlon are showing special Interest
!? th? great removal sale now being
conducted 4*y -fcHustein Bros., of Klntr
ihtflr .?entire stock of dry goods. no
'Inns. hnBlprv. nndftrwpnr <>tr ? at SJW
-iflre prlc.es, rather than move-same.
ind our merchants are taking advau
'a^C of same. This sale will continue
Einstein Bros, will open fn their
? 'jeautlful new "quart?v?ff-tTr? Wilmlngv
?on, X. C , November 1.
This wile, of course, Is for mer
HOWK'S (iitKAT l/OMK>\ SHOWS.
I Xcf Adjectives N'ppilml to lipocrlbe
? This Ma'rvclcus Production. .
The capacity of the big tent* iPiil
|i ways tested during Howe's Great
i l.ondon Shows' engagement. and It Is
I best to allow the children to come to
j the afternoon exhibitions, where the
| new; menagerie cair.be seen to much
biter advantage mul more time given
to absorb the descriptive knowledge
so pleasantly unfolded by the gentle
The white cyjy is a beautiful pic
ture on the green, and thousands of
sightseers will take advantage to in
spect, this monster, moving curpvan.
The horse stables alone, are wot-th
visiting to all lovers of the gentle
equ'ne, for Howe's London "horse
show" is unequaled; then the ponies
.should be seen; also the culinary de
partment, a marvel Jn itself. The
blacksmith shops, the electric light
plant and a hundred places wui ue
found of interest.
Only work of an absolutely neces
sary character is done-on Sundays. If
the weather is fine and the water is
pot too cold, the elephants will be
given a bath.
Every one will see the vast Im
provement and enlargment of this,
the hest ?f-all the largo tented aggre
Each department Is so completely
! flHed jrtth foreign and American fea
tures as are' capable of being trans-,
ported and handled in a satisfactory
This show will be here on Tues
day, October 12.' 1
The laying of brick commenced*
this morning on- -the annex to the
Methodist -Church. It is hoped to
have the addition completed before
Ibe first of November.
This room is being erected prepar
atory to the installation of a plpej
T>rgau cnur early day. :
Hardy's !)riia Store for drug* and
. rrr. r. v. ....... . rr: 21c
Chickens, grown 25 to 30<
Spring chickens 10 to 25c
Hides, green 6 to 7c
Hides, 0. S. 8c
Mixed wool 18 to 20c
Burry wool 10 to l8o
Seed cotton $4.95
[Lint cotton. . . JL2_2?Ac
Xrttlon IS Not fherfced.
M. Pasteur, the great French Phy- (
slclan t)f Paris, once said: "1 believe
we shall one day rid the world of all J
diseases caused by gorms." ?*
Dandruff Is caused by germs, a fact |
accepted by all physicians.
Dandruff? in -th?-jgot of All hair .
evils. If it were not for the little
<||'|UHH'I1VC ? tiufmii wupWiim with ft'
persistency worthy of a better cause,
there would be no baldness.
Parisian Sage will kill tlm dandruff |
germs and remove dandruff In two |
weeks or money back.
Brown's Drug Store guarantees it.
It will stop itching scalp, falling hair)
and mak* the hair grow thick and'
abundant. - ? .
? It ]?i;< s lit''11 ,!i ul li:^i" lin-i :hc hair.;
ami-prevents it from turning "gray.- |
It is the hair dressing par excel
ir"-~ "'"'I jLiuj ?
from crease sfloklitessC It fs the^favT"
orhe with u;omen of taste r.nd culture !
who know the?Bocial valine of fasci
A large bottle costs only SO cents
at leading 'druggists "every where, and
in Washington by Brown's Drug!
Store. The girl with the Auburn hair '
fs on every package.
GOWA.V5 PREPARATION ii abwlatc pro
tection tfaicsl rc?ua>or.u. coldt. croup.
ioulia. ^i .i j and sircneu 1j )ud(s jivJ
InrMl. Rtiieves aloncr by Jnlroylni the
'.nfl?n.citlloM R3i ronirtlKin. F.iUnu.'
? *nd ptncU?i<a/ S!.W 50c 2v- All
How about an
.They are, convenient,
. ?nd for a |*w days we ~
will ?ell them at cost.
ELECTRIC ft ANT
?Jruck Mr. ire K?! JdM abo^lli t,.,
flMttftij it deep gash His fl>im were
broken, but they no doubt saved bis
?f? faat belli pwaiMly Infuwl.
H\? hand also was badly cut. Dr. J.
M. Gallagher dressed the wounds.
Einstein Bros, to
< _ ? - nik AaumrAikor
"> - . v ? -7$
1 "* -Yuur liispeul rm W?1 yl
"The Preset iptioi- Store, r
ONLY THE. BEST -
HEAVY AND FANCY
-J ? GROCERIES J
Carried. Wo please our
customers or no pay. Try
| UNION GROCERYCO.
J LIST ARRIVED j
Whole Wheat Flour,
Young O. C. White, a eon of Mr.
W. A. White, Farmvllle township,
brought the Reflector two sample
ears of coip ot his raising. The ears',
are very large and well filled. ""One
of them Is 11 Inches long and ihe
other 9 inches. The shorter ear con
tains the most grains, having 1026,
while the long one ha$ 994. The
shorter ear got the advantage by be
ing almost the same eize from end to
end, the long ear being tapering. ?
OYSTLKS! phone 3*7.
Pellvftrrrt to 11 nv nifi -n ??t,
quart. Served in any style. steamed a
specialty at 113 Market Street.
, Ocracoke Frefh Drtsoed Mullefa.'
J. T. "WYATT.
HIGHEST CASH I 'KICKS
? and nil
We carry 11 ay, (iialn and all
kindtt Feed stuff ? We handle
the very best Flour at whole
PAUL & CUTLER
EAST WATER STREET.
ir?r ? it
11 DON'T 11
Walk or Ride.
You can have a Telephone
|J| put In your house in the city
? or at your farm at a very suf^
passingly low coat, and save
many a long drive and per
haps a life by "being in direct
and Instantaneous touch with
your Doctor. Grocer, Mer
chant and Broktr, "
Weather reports and mar
ket quotations can be secured
, Interested parties are re
quested to communicate with
Mr. P. W.Bell, TVl'g't
CAROLINA TEL. AND
Washington, N. C.
This proposition will inter
est you. and it would be well
to investigate before the ap
proach of the cold Winter
?HELP IS OFFERED?
WORTHY YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN. No matter how limited your
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Penmanship. Civil Scrvicc. i\n?:lish BrAQChcs. e'.c, Ex perl I'jc-ulty? Rail
road Fare Paid ? Positions Ciuarante?;d.
The Grocery Man.
A|Fresh Supply ef
I ? _ ? Grits, Buckwheat, |,
' - ^*Hinhnc _ G5?h(LnjJilA kVt^4KroiW o A -W b t fji ?!
I cuit. Oat Meal, Cracke As Wheat, Corn Flakes,
Post Toasties, Cream of Wheat. Grape Nuts,
Puffed Rice, Puffed vVheat and many others.
Price always right, quality the best.
Two delivery wagons and wheel, which in
sures prompt service. 'Phone 125.
THE 1. K. CI TOGGLE-JOINf
Is the lighest draft, and makes the most
compact bale of any press sold.
BAILEY SUPPLY CO.,