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SALE Of NOTE AX!)
Pursuant la poorer vested in me, 1
will, on, the Monday, the sixth (6th/
day^trf December. 1 909, offer for sale
? ^to the blghesObidder for cash "at the
sourthouee door in Washington. N.
C., at twelve o'clock, lioon, a certain
note for three hundred and thirty
dollars executed by Ernest Spruell to
Frank B% Hooker, dAted "February
1908, maturing as follows: One f
hundred dollars on December 1.
1908, and each year thereafter the
Hum of fifty-seven .dollars and fifty
cents until the full Sum of three hun
dred and thirty dollars |s pifil? bear
ing interest from date at six per cent
per annum: No payments have been
jiade on said note: Together with
the security for the payment bt suIU
note, consisting of a mortgage on ccr
tain reaf estate "lying in Richland
township, county of Beaufort, State
of North Carolina, adjoining the
lands of H- B. Bell, Thos. Coffee, Sol
omon Jordan and- others, and begin
ning at H.' B. Bell's back line, thence
south nifieteen and a half west l'6.38
chains "to tho end of- a ditch, 'thence;
Ar.orth elghTy-threo west 5*10 chains
with a ditch, th(*TT north nineteen and
a half ea^fr to said Bell's line ditch, '
then with? said- ditch to the begin
ning, containing eight and a quarter |
acres, more or less: It being the land
described In the mortgage referred to |
above, which is executed by Ernest
Spruell and wife Deby Spruell, dated
Cth day of February, 1908, and re
corded in the office of the register of
deed3 for Beaufort county in book
US, page 9.
? Tho note and mortgage hereby ad
vertised Is iliO Eime deposited and
hypothecated by F. B. Hooker as se
curity for the payment of his note to
Virginia-Carolina Ckemlcal Company
dated February 11, 1908, and due
November 1, 1908, default in pay
ment of which ha.s been made.
This *1 5th day offNovOhber. 1909.
. ' ' VIRGINIA-CAROLINA
STEPHEN C. BR AO AW, Attorney
NOTICE OF SAI.E.
By virtue of tho power of sale
coutainc^.in. ascertain mortgage from
Sylvester Boyd to O., Rumlcy, dated
March 30, 1908, and dulj* recorded
In the' office of thG Register of Deeds
ci Beaufort county, In book 152 at
page 15, ! will on Tuesday, the 1 4th
day of December, 1909, at the court
house door of Beaufort connty, at 12
o'clock, midday, offer for sale at pub
lic auction, and. for cash that tract
of land in Washington township, on
the east side pf tire- road leading from
Corey's to the main road, and adjoin
ing the lands o.OV? IL_3lancllLsiul
others, Ueir.g tne same land described
in tSe said mortgage eforesald.
This tho 13th "day of November.
1909. O. RUM LEY, Mortgagee- j
By Wiley. C. Rodman, Attorney.
run pnvi:p.t.s,i\.-jt i Mu\ miiiso}
Whetfier-from Malarious conditions.
Colds or overn eating,, try Hicks* Cap
udlne. ft reduces the .fever and ro
1 loves thw aching. It's I'quld ? 10,
25 an<? fi?; c?nta at drua stores.
The Wise Man Insures.
The Foolish Man Dpes Not x
ARE YOU WISE?
WM. BRAG AW & CO.,
. 'First Insurance Agents in Washington, N. C. ' j
2^ nnd S
lie has already been to
our store, and trans
formed its appearance,?'
putting in the show win
dowfmany articles suit
able for gifts.
Eventually you'll. buy,
We have what you de
sire ? beyond argument,
for you the best in the ?
way of Holiday Remem-.
Easy to make selections
Are You Carrying Enough Insurance?
Mr. Merchant and Mr. Property Owner:
You had better attend to this at once.
Fires are numerous duriug the holidays.
Protection is cheap.
C. D. PARKER,
General Insurance ? Four Years' Experience.
Hayens-Small Building. - 'Phone 85. j
A large shipment of choice hand
^rteketHVf iehi garland Lima -JSeaas=
T>lease send us your orders.
E. R. MIXON &CO.
Lode at the number of wire*
See bow closer they are
Thai make* it strong and tight
Little chicks can't get throug-fr- 1
Big stock can't break it .
Does away with all wire netting
Also weighty, ugly construction
The "Pittsburgh Perfect1* Poultry
and Garden Fence serves every possible
purpose. Easy to put up and stays put- Its
evenness of ground and all weather changes.
REGULAR? To* and BoUmi vfaw Ha Wt
other ? No. 13.
HEAVY? Too a?d Bottom wiro* No. 9, )
othsr* No. 12.
HEIGHTS ? 24, 30, 46, 52 and 58 IbcKo*.
?TrrTMUIKUMjaiFEC^ ???.. ^ l?73<M?fOT
J. H. Harris Plumbing & Supply Co. I
At every contact point the ynret'tw
welded and the weld is as strong as tbe
wita . - ?
The strongest, neatest construction ever
put into a fencel ' *
All projections, roughness and irregularities en
tirely done away with.
No wrapt, twists, ties of damps to crack gal
vanizing. cause rust and make it bunglesome.
County Commissioners- Thoma:
Green, of Pantego, and fatjP. Harris,'
of Pinetown. are in the city today 'tt
tending the December meeting of the
Messrs. J. CI Overton, W. I. Austin.
C. D. JouCTj J. F. SmRhwlcfr. jr-.r^wd
Mrs. Sarah Smlthwlck, of South
Creek, arrived -in the city this morn
ing on the gasboat Victor. They re
turned this afternoon.
Dr. Jackson, of Yeatesvill$, was
| Washington visitor today.
_* ? a c_
Mr. W. A. Thompaonyof the Aurora |
bar. la in the city attending court. ~
M I w -Margaret Foster, of Camden,
N. J., arrived on Saturday afternoon's
train a.nd will nurse her cousin, Mrs.
W. F. Sparow, \?ho has been seriously
HI for some weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Fleming, of
Pactolus. left Saturday for Baltimore,
whore they. will visit for some time.
&Uu-J. S. -Cox, of Ncjv Bern, spent
Sunday in the city.
Miss Mary Clyde Hassell returned
ihis^porning from Chapel Hill, where
she went to attend the dances given
there laat weelt>~ ? _ __? "
. Prof. \t\ E. Smith left b<s morn
ing for MackeT*d Ferry on a business |
Mr. \V. C.. Miller left foi* Belhaven |
this morning on business.
* Mr. C. T. Htobart went to Norfolk j
this morning ofc*. business.
Mr. A. T. West left this morning on j
lh? A. C. L. ~
to Raleigh and other points.
Mr. Ben "Bronsoti. formerly a busi
ness man h.ere, is in the city on.busl-|
Mrs. Fanny Duncan left on Satur
day affernoori fpr Leapfort. \vhere.|
shorwiU visit for a few days.
Saturday night's program at- ....
0<?m <vas ns fine as promised and
pjeifccd^ a big crowd until the close.
ture.?. Playing Patience is a beauti
ful. hand-colored magi^ picture, and
the fine war time drama "wjll be ??
thriller.. Wilbur ^V/lght and his aero
plane will be a very interesting* pano
ramic plcture-of this rentrwned in
ventor, and should be seen by all.
ft>lie Gem continues to draw the crowd
with Its high-claps pictures, fine or-?
/rhestra and handsome- prizes which
riJrt gTYmrnwny rnrh wrak. Rp -am;
to come tonight ami-get your coupon ;
for-the two prixes whleh-T?re sonif of
Smither's finest stock.
BOARD OF KD1< \TI<)\.
The County Board of -Education is'
in regular session today at the court- ?
house, meeting in the county super
< OMISO D1VINK. .
Rev. Joseph Fulfortl, ?"v 'i? V l'i R
P. Fulford, recently ordained to* the
priesthood by Bishop Strange,, .is jiow
rector of Zlon's Episcopal Church,
Bunyan. He is a coming young di
vine in his church and his future is a
lr g)n aart nromlelng ?nv. On vrs
terday he assisted In the services at
St. Peter's Church, this city.
Chickcns. grown., 25 to 3Q<
Spring chickens .. 10 to 25c
Green salted hides: 9c
Greerr hides ,.'8c
Mixed wool 77777 . . 18 to 20c
Tallow ^ S l-*o
Wool, free from burrs. 2*>c
Latpbsjdn uul: . . . . . 25 to 4 0?
Seed cotton . *. , . . . .5.50
Lint cotton .v 14o
Rocky lomfataTM Mugget*
A Bc?r M*4ldiv? toe Bu?y P*ap^
Brirtot M4m NmRB ? nt Vloor.
A M>ecUlc for ConMlpatioa, ln4tc??lnn. I.lrrr
and Kkln^jr troohlen, Plmploa, Erifmk, Impure
BUkxI, Ba<] Breath, Hlutrglnh Bowels. Jlradaohe
?ndBacksebc. ItaKockjr Mountain T*?lu tab
let form, 35 ofDli ft box. Oennlnc dim1? Xrj
UOU.UTKB Dido ConrAVT.lCadlaou. WU.
GOLDEN MUGGET8 FOR SALLOW PfOPLS
T heQalety tonight will have a pro
unri tu WWW mm j une i
nt toads. They open this week with iht^
following interesting performance
The Lie is an incident of the Franco
Prusslau war with an Independent
picture- of the iHapk -pool. Then wl?l
be shown Cast your bread ' pu thti
water. This shows a reward for .a;
kjmj.fdeed The Crown Prince W
Germany duelling with his body
guard no doubt will interest all w>t<
are in love wit?, this art. The Pres
ent Boys Itfve for tb? lady will not*'
than repay you for attending thU j
popular playhouse this evening. Tb.;
Giltiiy hau litigu uui.Uh ulgbrty ao|
come early and secure a good sear.
Good music all the time.
HO A HI > MKKTS TONIGHT.
; The board of city aldermen will I
meet in their regular monthly ses-|
slorf" at tire jclty hall tonight.
The condition of Miss Marcla Rod
man, whose illness for tsuiial weeks]
lias grieved her friends, is t<oinewhit|
more favorable today.
Manure Is one of the by products I
?of the dairy which should be figured |
in. in estimating the profits. Ac farm
ing land becomes more scarce and
high-priced, .'armors in general are
coming to realize the importance- of
making their land as fertile and pro
ductive as possible. The large, final
profit of the dairy to the man who j
oWns his own land if* the manure by j
which he is not only able to grow |
larger crops, but to Increase the fer
-tillty and actual money value of his i
Transmitting Milk Qualities.
The Influence cf ihe mole in trans
mitting milk qualities to .bin offspring
Is a point in which dairymen give too
little he?d. Who Is thero but has no:
been disappointed- in Ills heifers from I
Lis best cows by the UHe of some un
worthy bull, or. if he has been so for
tunate as to secure a bull of sotpe ex
tra milking strain, has not found his
betters from cows good or bad excell
ing ?ho?r rfr nic <n i-tol.1 ntwl ^nnHtV OLj
mtlk? I.ook well to the bull, for In
bis-droice lies satfcvss or rallure:
There is no jtk/. .il wrong la color
ing winter bxxtfor Judiciously. Almost
anyone v.'oiiM prefer to eat batter
(hat plee^oJTfne as the
palate. A strain of Jerse# or Guern
sey blood in your cows will help you
out on the coloring.
Provide Green Food.
Be ready for tho"3ry tpell wnen
cornea in summer end have greeu
food for your cows b:* plantins a spo
cial pat;h for tl.e:n , now.
The only way to accurately Judge
a co w js by weighing and testing her
milk. Guess method* will prove most
often leads to Something worse.
Gowan's Preparation gives quick
relief for sore throat, hoarseness,
croup, colds and pneumonia by
destroying inflammation aixTcSn
gestion. Keep it in the." home for
emergencies. External and pene
trating. $1.00, 50c, 25*. All
health, inside as well as outside. Let
Hollister's Rqcjfy Mountain Tea be
your - internal -rlfiantfer, -tkfiXL_ yoiH,_j
organs will be pure and clean, your
health good, your system right. Start
tonight. Hardy's Drug Stores
If true friendship plays any part
when . you have purchased your,
Christinas presents and on your way!
home passing Baker's Studio you will
find you have made a mistake if your
friend hadn't rather have a nk-e pho
tograph of yourself than anything
else you could imagine then 1 would
think he is not worthy -to bp called
your _ irienj. Baker's Studio.
. I?oet, taken by mistake, or left In
some storo about a. month ago. one
small brown leather sample case
about 18 inches long by 12 Inches
high. Case had an I. C M. A. tag
on it with the name of R. K. Steph
enson on the Inside .of the tag. The
above reward will bo paid for any In
formation leading to recovery of
same. Hotel Louise. 7 (
? NttW AkklVALS IN
, IN TAN. PATKXT LEATHER. VIC! Kll), (il'X METAL, ETC.
WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FClt PAINS FASHIONS IN THE CITY
FOR HEADACHE ? Hie :k's Cnpudliie. i
Whether from Colds, Heat. Siofri- j
ach or Nervous trouble*, Capudlne/
will relieve you. It'* liquid ? pleas- I
ant to take ? act? liu mediately^ Try'l
it. 10c., ?6c. and 60r.. at druu stores.
COi-i.|tTPi' think or a
For your family than to
Think lunv It would help them '
nil? no matches, no InmpH, ^10
bother. Call us up. Estimates
gladly given. *
Latest and most cvquinitc line of
holiday Boy and Note Paper iwnv
on display. Also a select line of
Toilet Sets, Combs and Brushes,
mnie and take a iouk.
50 Barrels Applet j
Going at 35 cts. perpe?tf~
Nice Florida Oranges 20 I
and 25. per dozen.
'Phone 180 !
3E3I- 1 ilE=T
'Walk or Ride.
You can have a Telephone
put in your house In the city
or al your farm a I a very sur
passingly low cost, and Rave
many a lofjj; drive and per
haps a life by heing_iiv direct
and instantaneous touch with "i
your Doctor. CJvocer, Mer
chant and Brok> r.
Weather reports and mar
ker quotations can h^aecured
Interested parties are re-'
quested to communicate with
Mr.D.W. Bell.M'g i
CAROLINA TEL. AND
TEL. CO., 0
Washington, N. C.l
This proposition will inter
est you. and it would be well
to investigate before the ap
proach of the cold Winter
j I months.
li ? ii =nnr=U
Now is l he tiniC To
secure your Christ
inas andalso holiday
We rt ill Have to Arrive
'ftresday fuJ! line car
}~ wage*, wagefls, api;
~"J;ne before buying.
-H. G. SPARROWt
tlv 1 1 < irr ot sjma c.laas.
Another Car Elko Brand Pure Apple Vinegar. Ask
your groceryman for it.
H. M. JENKINS CO..
THE UNION fiROCERV CP'S. CAFE
fWCTCD C served in all styles by the Noted
\J I 51TE/TVO Chef? RICARD BONNER.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION? TRY BS _
\ 'PHONE 327.
L00K1N0 ? DIRECTLY ? IMTn 7 VOUR - Hrt*IP
Studying your every need, \ . , ~ ? ?
t,aie and valuable experience in your
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behalf, making prices for our competitors, and creating satisfaction among our
customers, seems sufficient for our part Such treatment causes thousands of new
customers to be added to our friendship list yearly. * Are you our friend, and are you taking ad
vultJ^c uf the opporttini^y urp^ffpr y^? <r> ^?ytng p^fufgs. Japanese Chins, ^Fdncy China Sets d/id V discs
and such other household necessities as you mayneed from us? W e are the leadersin holiday gifts.
Nothing compulsory , no demands? simply a money proposition. A dollar saved is a dollar made.
Ifyotir neighbor makes money trading wjth us, why not you try us next and be your own judge? ?
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