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The tax' books for the clta^ oi
Washington have been turned over
to \e undersigned, and this is to no
tify -air owners of property'' subject to
tax that I am ready to receive taxes
for the ensulhg year. They must be
collected at once.
Wi B. WINDLEY, CUy Clerk.
. October 7, 1909. /?
i NOTICE OP EXECUTION SALE.
V Nerth Carolina, Beaufort County. In
Superior Court. The J. E. Ty
gert Company rt Thoa. H. Blount.
By virtuo of an execution directed
to the undersigned, from the Superior
- court pf, Beaufort county, in the
above-entitled action, I will/ on Mon
day, -the twenty-fifth (25th) day of
October, 1909 (it being the first day
of the October term, 1909, of the Su
perior coprt of Beaufort county), at
twelve (12) o'clock, noon, at the
/courthouse door in said cbunty, sell
r? "to "the highest bidder, for cash, to
satisfy said execution, all the right,
title and interest *hlch the said
Thoa. H. Blount, the defendant, has
In the following described roal
r tate, to-wit: /
A certain tract /or parcel of land
known as "Sans ISoucl," lying Just
northeast of -the city of Washington,
in" Beaufort county, in the State of
North Carolina; beginning at a cedar
^ post on the Plymouth road, running
? thence south 59 1;2 west 2148 feet;
thenfcfc north 45 1-2 west 1442 feet;
thence north 38 east 617 feet; thence
north 22 1-2 west 693 feet; thence
north 33 degrees east .4222 feet;
theme north 59 1-2 east 610 feet;
thence south 37 east 2900 feet, to the
beginning; tiuiitaliiliig one hundrod
and twenty-five (125) acres, more or
, less. _ .
It being the purpose and intent of
on which the said Tboe. II. Blount
now resides, and lias resided for a
number of years, and which is bound
ed approximately as hereinbefore In
The homestead of defendant, here
tofore allotted to him, in tho above
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
the roctdenooi running
? ^rth about fifty (50) eaBt a distance
^ about 900 feet to an old pump
point in the line ditch on Lover's
Lane; thence with and along the line
ditch and Lover's Lane, north about
37 west to a 3-4 Inch pipe sunk in
?*- said ditch; thence south about 50
west, a distance of about 744 feet, to
a plum tree; thence south about 5
west, a distance of about 168 feet; to
ia fringe tree at the corner of H. N.
Blount's porch; thence south about
west "about 55 feet, to a maple
tree, in rrtflH Ot the reaidonco, used
for years _ as a hitching post; thence
south about- 30 degrees east, a dis
tance of about 255 fee?7~to~the Ikk"
ginning; containing about nine and
one-halt tfl 1-21 aorpg. an accurate
description of which may be found in
the returns of the appraisers In the
proceedings for. the allotment of
This 25th day of September, 1909. |j
Geo. E. RICKS, I
Sheriff of Beaufort County, i
North Carolina, Beaufort county. In*
the Superior court. Washington
? Horse Excjfifige Company vs. BenJ
Singletary and P. G. Medley.
By Virtue of an execution directed
to the undersigned, from the Superior
court of Beaufort county, in the,
above entitled action, I will, on Mon
J... .1. A 1 -? -Iny rf Ynyf"'""
at 12 o'clock, noon, at tho courthouse
NTkf Insurance that Bragaw writes is all right, better get it
WM. BRAGAW & CO.,
First Insurance Agents in Washington, N. Q.
DO IT NOW
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CARL D. PARKER, Gen.'l Wsurance.
Four Yesrs| Experience* ??
1 Bid's ' 'Phone 85.
" ' notice:!, ~~~~
Now is the time to have your gas lamps put in order. It will cost
you nothing to have them inspected and adjusted. A Welsbach
burner will give you 80 candk power and cost only 1-2 cent per
hour. See the GAS MAN. ?
door In said county-, sell, to the high
est bidder, for cash, to., Satisfy said
execution, all the right, title and In
terest, which the said P. Q. Medfey.
one -of tl)e defendants, had on Janu
ary 16, 1906, In the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit:
A tract or parcel of land In Beau
fort county, State of North Carolina,
adjoining the lands of Noah Little
and others, and bounded as follows,
viz: A certain lot of land lying and
bylng In the tow* of Washington, and
in tESl part thereof known as Van
Norden Town, and lying on the west
stole of Pearce street, and being forty
back a distance of two "hundred and
ten (210) feet; bounded on the east
by Pearce street, and on the north,
Bouth and west by the land of Noah
Little. and well known as the resi
dence of P. G. Medley, whereon he
resided for many years, and which
was conveyed to him by Noah Little
and wife, by deed duly record?tf in
the Register's office of Beaufort
This 30th day of September, 1909.
glio. u. kicks; ?
Sheriff of Beaufort County.
North Carolina, Beaufort bounty. In
the Superior Court, .tames D.
Griffin vs. Margaret Griffin.
The defendant above named will
take notice that an action entitled
&8 above has been commenced In the
Superior court of Beaufort county, to
secure an absolute divorce from the
dflfrtndant- anij thr> said defendant
win iurtner lane notice tnat stie is
required to appear at the term of the
Superior court of said county to be
held on the ^7tb Monday after the
Brst Monday in September, It being
&ctober*29, 1909, at the courthouse
of sald'county In Washington, N. C.,
and answer or demur to the com^
plaint in said action of the plain
tiff will apply to the court for the re
lief demanded in said complaint.
GEO. A. PAUL. t
Clerk Superior Court.
_ This 23d -of-6?piemher. 1 909.
NOTICE or WALK.
By virtue of the jy>wer of sale con
tained trr a certain mortgage from
Felton Smith and )U cey Smith his
wife, of the county of Beaufort and
State of Norths Carolina, to R. Y.
Dredlo, 6f the same county and State,
Jatud <>th dav of May. 190 7. and
recorded In th^"officcof the Register
.N'ATIVKK OF DIXIE.
I Edouard D'Oize wbo will be seen
! In a superb production of "The Mer
chant of Venice" at tfce opera bouse
this evening Is a Southerner by birth
and raising. He was born In New
Orleans In 1879, bis father, Luclen J.
D'Oize having been an officer on Gen.
Bragg's staff during the war betweep
the States, was a ntive of Baltimore
and of French descent, and his moth
er of English and Irish extraction, a
native of Wilmington. North earo
Mr- D'Oiztt'a manager, Mr. Guy- F.
Gregg, is from Virginia, and his ad
vauc^t representative Mr.- EdwarcTM^
Roberts is a native of Memphis, "fenn.
There are besides, in the support of
the star' several actors whose names
.are familiar In both the North and
the South. Prices 35, 50 and 75c.
of Deeds. of_Beaufort county. In book
143 at page 306, the undersigned will
on Tuesday the 9th day of November,
190S, offer for sale at public auction
Jor cash at the courthouse door of
iDniHifwt county, wt IS o'aleol- nnnn,
the following described property in
Gelhaven, Pantego township, Beau
fort county, N.. C., It being about
1 1-2 miles west of Leechvllle, N. C.,
and bounded as follows: On the
north by t^ land of Henry White,
on the east bySfcc land of Amos Har
dy? on the south by the land or jamer
Stewart and on the west by a lane
leading from the Leechvllle public
road to the Pungo River road. It be
ing the same land that the said Nlcey
Smith nurehased of Henry W h Itel and
being the same land also In the afortP
said mortgage'. - t ? ? .
This the /Uh day of October, 1909.
R. "?*! CREOLE, Mortgagee.
By W. H. BoWen, Owner
\V. C. Rodman-, attorney.
Another large shipment of
Town Talk Flour
and ? 3 ?
Walter Credle & CO.
Only Buggies, Wagons, Harness and accessories for
HASSELL SUPPLY COMPANY - J
Mr. L. H. Redflitt, of Edward, with
his children, Leon and Ima, spent
yesterday lh town.
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Mr. W. A. JThompson. of Aurora,
was a visitor to our town yesterday
Mr. A. O. Warren, of Edward, is in
the city visiting his son, Mr. * Jesse
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Mr. P. glCllpj. of Edward, was a
visitor In the city yesterday.
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Misses JoltB" Chapin, of Aurora,
and Mary Swindell, of Maul's Point,
spent yesterday in town, en route to
the home of Mis* Swindell, where
Miss Chapin will visit for some time.
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Mr. and Mr*. S. N. Edwards who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
Edwards for some time, returned to
their home in Rocky Mount yester
day. While* here Mr. arid Mrs. Ed
wards attended Roanoke Association,
hetd at Greenville.
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Mrs. C. A. Sailings spent yesterday]
in Now Bern with friends.
Mrs. A. A- Springs, accompanied by
Miss Mamie Springs, left yesterday
afternoon for Goldsboro to attend
the (Jattis-Cole wedding on Tuesday.
On Wednesday they will continue
their trip to RaieigEZ T7~
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Miss Helen M. Kear arrived in the!
city yesterday to join her parents |
"who are Hvlmghcrc riW. ? ?
Mr. Fred P. Latham, of Haslln,.
spent yesterday in the city on bus!- 1
Mr. Carl "Richardson returned yes- 1
terday from a business trip out of[
Mr. G. W. Freeman left yesterday
Mr. J. R. Boyd, of Edward, spent
yesterday in town,
Mr. N. W. Potter, of Edward. spefH
yeBterday In the city on business. ?
ness. * ?
Mrr"R. J. Manning left -this morn
ing on a business trip to Columbia. ..
Mr. J. A. Turner, who has been
here for the paat few da^B, loft today
ffir ITUyftK^th C[\ty \~S
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^Mtss E. W. Mllner left, today, for
Beltytven on professional duty.
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Mr. W. D. Gaskill. of Ocracoke. Is
rin the city. t :
Mr. C- W. Davis, of Eriglehard, is
the guest of Capt. G. J. Studdert.
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Mr. Alex yetry, of Swan Quarter,
Is In the city, attending the United
States court ? __
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Mi nf gy.-'ftiT
Quarter, Is a Washington visitor.
Miss Anita McIJheimy left yester
day for Kinston on professional bnaJ
Mra. William P. Clark, Miss Au
gusta Simmons.- -Clark, Miss Adeline
Mavo. Miss Elizabeth Mayo and Mas
tei TOdimnl Lone Mfl m Px
tolus yesterday -end returned on the
Mr. *.T. V. Harper has* gone to1 Au
rora-mi. business. :
The Merchant of Venice Show ar
rlvod -lr. city this morning from
?>.H vjtri h/i'. ?
South Cree'c, arrlvod in the city thl#|
morning. "* ?
TO Cotton, Industry in the South, |
at the Gem last night, wVs'bne nf ttie [
best and mqst instructive pictures
ever seen at this popular play house,
In fact, the entire jirogram was the
subject of favorable comment. TcP"
night the pictures will be of unusual
high 6rder and merit. The manage
ment feels confident all who witness
tonight's performance will pronTrtince
It muu -of tlrg Twy-bcst ever - Veen tn~
tho city. Kenllworth. one of Scott's
famous work*, will be a feature.
President Taft In Panama, is another
picture sure to please. Don't fall to
see Lucky Jim and the Twin Broth
ers. The Gem tonight should be a
marri for all 1/wlnr flrHI class ntU-ac-,
tlons. The excellent .program back
ed un hv -the orchastra, makes a pro
gram for tonight that should more
than please. Hemombor the drawing
fof the han$~pMnted china pitcher
takes place promptly at 8 o'clock.
Everybody b?-<nrhand with eonpdn*.
Comes Friday, October 22, for
Benefit of the Public
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I Washington people wttt bo pleased
' to learn that Superintendent New
! btid, of the Washington Public
|>choole, has secured the inimitable
Henry . Blount, of Wilson, N. C-. to
deliver one of his famous lectih-es In
the auditorium of the school building
Friday evening, October 25. The
title of htg lecture has not as yet
beer, announced. The lecture is for
the benefit of the gt^ool and should
be generously f>atrOt?<zed. Mr, Blount
Is a lecturere of national reputation
and his coming to Washington will be
'\.A5E UmI ""T fcoor of a
ihlld. |,tt COWANS PREPARATION
t*rt? t?t?nt rriiri and rcmlort, Juvt rub
II oa? doa I veikin the tlosuch will
ss, iiuSii"*1?0* " ^ >
See our line of chumoiN nkin<*. 5c to
vest ?!*??. Hard j 's Drug Store.
miiis mm enow
Brown's Drug Store Una nn InvlRor
ntor that Makes Hair Grow In
Abundantly Or Money Hack.
If your hair is thinning out grad
ually It won't be olng before the bald
' The ~ nfhe to take care or The "Raits
is when yen haveJiair to take.care of.
For thin falling hair the best rem
edy known to mankind Is Parisian
Sage. It is compounded on scientific
?principles and furnishes to the hair
root a nourishment that acts quickly
and promptly and causes the hair to !
Hut remember this:' - It kills the 1
dandruff pc-r;n. the post thit approp
riates all the natural noui'iifciftent
ii j ^ in" i.iu i.mr rum. ??
Parisian ?ag?'">K ?cld 'by Brown's '
Drug Store under a positive guaran
tee to banish dandruff, stop falling
hair and itching scalp in two-weeks ,
or money back.
It gives to women's hair a lustre
and causes It to piow abundantly.
ParlFlr.n Sa.^e is now Eold in every
first-class town in Amcrica. A large,
generous bottle roats 50 cents, and
the girl with Auburn hair Is on ev
You are wrong. Alor.zo; the maga
zine gun wasn't Invented by a maga
zine editor for the purpose of exter
Hawkins and Spitting is Caused by
jf a v. ?h<> rltius ? want ? ta.
af'nn V~o d1s?r u t si n g*5a1> : f o 1. nriTtngf
mucous on the sidewalks, they had
better Instruct the people r.s to the
best, method of killing ill catarrh
germs and curing catarrh.
> ' Vou can easily tell by reading the,
symptoms below whether you hare J
catarrh or not: "* "" . .1
Offensive breath, frequent sneez
the nos?*. huskineer. In the \3lce, tick-'
Tin r In the throat, droppings In tne
throat. rough.-paln in rliest, loss of
strength, variable appetite, spasms of
i-ir.'.ghlng. tow audited at times, rais
-icfi? o?. muoous, difficulty In breathy
Ing, loss of vital force.
Brown's Drug Si ere has a esqsible
remedy (money back if I? fails* for
catarrh, called Hyomel. which is a va
jw.iymi-alr so anjispjiliajjiat when It
is breathed over the ~ interned" and ]
yerm-infested 'membrancT^it kills all
germ life and cures catarrh. .
The price," including hard rubber
iu little r. Is onl y f.hj>0,. and money
back If it doesn't cure. Extra bottles,
'-'I have tried almost every catarrh
euro on the market without benefit.
Have been using Hyomel for one
week and feci like a new man al
ready." ? Win. V. Goode, Newark,
Ohio, June 21. 1909.
Wakefield Cabbage Seed
For sale by the pound at |
BAJLEY SUPPLY CO.
A pressing invitation to all visitors
in Washington this week. TVc
especially urge and invite you
not to forget to give BAKER'S STU.
P1Q a call before > ou leave town.
Walk or Ride.
. , You can ttfcvea Telephone
put in your In the city
or at your farm at a very sur
passingly low cost, and save
many a long drive ancf per
haps a life by being in direct
and Instantaneous touch with
your Doctor, Grocer, Mer
chant and Brok< r.
Weather reports and mar
ket quqtations can he secured
Ihte.-csted parties are re
quested to communicate with
Mr. D. W. Bell, M*g'i
TEL. CO., |
JWashingtoii, N. C.
This proposition wiil inter
est you. andtt would be well
to investigate before the ap
proach of the cold Winter
moncaT caoii rniegjp-'
paja foe /
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We carry Hay, Grain anil all
kinds ujt ? -jve handle
the vory best Flour at whole. 1
PAUL & CUTLER
-ElST WATER STREET. j
>>p|ivered to any pan 0(
juart. Served in any style, steamed a
ipecialty at 113 Market Street.
Ocracoke Fresh Dressed Mullets.
J. T. WYATT.
When the Children Are I
YOU SHOULD GIVE
THEM THE BEST
LIGHT TO WORK BY
AND THAT IS
We arc pret believers In the state
ment (hut the Amerlcun < Gentleman Is
the best-dressed mnn In the world.
GRIFFON f'LOTHKK cater to the
tastes oflthe American man, ami for
years these famous garments have
fulfilled hjii every style^want.
We have a complete line of <;RIF
PO!mOTHE8 for Fall in many dif
ferent models, a host of exclusive pat
terns and fabrics that lvon'i \ir?r 4HTT
'?efore their time.
ONLY THE BEST
j HEAVY AND FANCY I
i Carried. We please our
: /-minmyrt or no pay. Try
UNION GROCERY CO.
I with headaches, coristipi
! tion and indigestion?
I the oleasa^'t and efficient .
| Aperient Saline Water.
DRUG COMY "
A Fresh Supply ef
Pettijohns, Graham Flour, Shredded Wheat Bis
cuit, Oat Meal, Cracked Wheat, Corn Flakes,
T'- iMfr", r,t WhPiir Grape Nuts,
LPutled-fUci, Puffed Wheat and many others.
Price always right, quality the best.
Two detivery wagons and wheel, which in
sures prompt service. Phone 123.
J. F. TAYLOE,
The Grocery Man.
THE I. H. C. TOGGLF. -JOINT
Is the lighest draft, and makes the most
compact baj^e of any press sold.
BAILEY SUPPLY CO.,