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North Carolina, Beaufort Coantjr. In
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By virtue Of an execution directed
te the undentigned from the Superior
court of BdSufbrt county, In the
shore entitled action I will on Mon
day the 3d day of January, 1910, at
the courthouse door of,eald county at
n'rWIr try mH to th? klghfiflt
bidder for cash to satisfy said execu
Mtiri all the fight, title and intereet
which the said W. A- Bridges had on
the 14th day of January, 1908, in
the following described real estate,'
A certain tract or parcel of land In
Beaufort coupty. State of North Car
olina, and Washington township. "It |
being a part of what is known as tlie j
Sparrow lan J* and situated at the I
corner of Sparrow street aud Moor's
alley, , as they are staked out through j
said tract of land. Beginning at the j
northwest corner of Moor's "alley
?where it Intersects Sparrow street*.
239 feet "from the center Gladden
street, one' of the streets of the town
?f Washington, running thence south
with Moor's alley 120 feet, thence
west parallel with Sparrow street 30
feet, ^ thepce north parellel with
feet, thence oast with Sparrow street
to Moor's alley 30 feet, it being the
beginning. It being a lot 'fronting
Sparrow street 30 feet,- and Moor's
alley 120 feot, and is tlu? name lot of
^ lund conveyed In a deed from P. W.
ar' Port and wife to W. A. Bridges, dat
ed November- ZC, 1906, ttnd-duly re
corded . In the Register's office ot_
Beaufort co'uniy and is referred to
and made a patt'.of this conveyance."
This the 2d day of December, 1909.
* GEO. E RICKS.
Sheriff of Beaufort County.
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^ All ,lot? iii Cedar fUll (colored)
cemetery will be for sale on and af
ter, January 1. 19 1 0. ' All persons de
siring lots will' communicate with the
city clerk as to j>rlces^ The Board
of Aldermen at its regular Dcccin
her meeting also parked ?thi'ioloWinK
oriHnnnce^-to-wit: That on and af
ter January I, 1910, the present col
ored cemetery ,.?o\y being UBod wltl be
closed and ojl ; burials must be in
Cedar Hill cemetery.
W. II? IV I XI 11 KV
HilEIllFF'H CALL FOB TAXES.
The States taxes must be settled !n
full by 1st Honday In January. ThT
sshool vouchers will be coming iu
dally; the people want their children
educated and tha teachers must' be
paid. The current expenses of. the
?oonty must also be paid. Now It
takes money to pay these bills and It
baa to be raised by taxation^ Your
taxes have been due since September
1st. and I will thank ail, who haw
mot paid, to come -forward and settle
art oneer ? Your taxos are.- due and
there Is no better time to pay than
? Vftj i Biyec'uuiiy, _ J ?
7 OEO. W. TlWK&r
Sherlff. Boaufort Co.
December 6, 1 909 "~
1 will sell privately to parties up
until the 29th day of December. 1909.
and on that day I will offer for sale
the remains, consisting of com, fod
der. hay, oat*, and all farming impll
Uiu..L'. and aluu_a smallu^rfinn nt
household and'kttchin fudniture. f<
R. D. WALL.
December 4, lfUD. - ?
"We Have W
Anything good to eat
you want for
? 'fanne 8ft i_
Walter Credle &
z Co. -
MORSES and MULES
GEO%(JH. HILL Mi
FOR OUR FRIENDS?
. We hope they're numerous;
AND FOR OUR FOES- .
We hope thgy are' few;
We wish "A Merry Christmas" and? A Happy New
"WMTBRAGAW & CO.,
= s. First lasurancc Agents in Washington. N. C.
Make the Home a G if t~a Present*
of a New "Buck's" Flange.
You like good, practical gifts, don't you? Of course you do. and bo
do your friends and relatives. Could you possibly select for the wife u
gift that would be, more practical, be_a more constant reminder of the
glfen'A goodneas Ihan^the re ry finest range In America? Indeed not.'
[Then why not maftS-ftos wife. ? the home, this gj?t, a fine new Buck's"
range? ? *
. How will It please her, its ?aee 6f operation, it sperfect baking and
cooking quwlitl? , and its beauty and Its -economy at- .operation .will
tnove a source of pleasure both to you- and her. r* ? [
r '? There is no stove or range maile to compare with "Buck's", wo i
know it because for over "CO years they have proven sucb, the best for
every purpose. # *
Then why not make the homo's present of an elecant "Buck's?"'
? SOUTHERN FURNITURE CO.
Are You Carrying Enough Insurance?!
Mr. Merchant and Mr. Property Owner?
You bad belter attend to this at once.
? " Files an; numerous during the holidays. ? =
Protection is cheap,
C. D. PARKER,
General Insurance ? Four Years' Experience.
Havens-Small Building. - 'Phone 85.
Another Car Elko Brand Pure Apple Vinegar. Ask
your grocery man for it. ?
'H. M. JENKINS CO.,
iHXNKSGJVING IS PAST, BUT
Christmas Will Soon Be Here
For a holiday Suit, you want a FIT. Get
one from a Real Tailor. My clothes wear
longeTTIit hem r strict looR better tftaftCJS ?
fl B. GOLDSTEIN, Washington's Only Tailo
-SPECIAL HOLIDAY RATES
_ AMRR1CAN SHORTHAND & BUSINESS
COLLEGE, Durham, N. C.
The ONLY Bnalne** Collie in the Carolina# preaided orer by Incor
porated Accountant and Auditor? a aufflclent guarantee of ita-aoperl
-w. T * ? __Th,a coupon when signed and
?OOri FOR ? handed or tnallvd to ua will be ac
gsft.oo ? cepted for it* VacIB VALUE In
on a complete oombiaed eoarae ? part payment tat TUITION on any
?r ? unlimited scholarship purchased of
IOO.M ? ua on- or before January 1G. 1910.
on any complete iringlc eoarae. ? Only one coupon accepted from
+ + ? + each peraon.
CDPR8198 OF OTUDY: Bookkeeping, .Shorthand, Typewriting. Tele
Ljigirtij. rwimauslilp, gugllql* BraiiuBM, Ktc:
K rpert Faculty ? Railroad Fare Paid ? Position* Gaar*nte*d.
Date 1 expect to enter ;
Miss Ruby Stllley, of Edward. whoj
has been teaching school at Jessema, I
passed through the <jfty toda^ on her]
way home to spend the holidays.,,
Ml 68 Love Edwards, of Bdwanl,
was In the city todaf.
Mcspi s. W. T. Doughty, o f Aurora,
and E. B. White, of Edward, were
Washington visitors today.
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Mr. Bart Waters, of Route No? i,
was In town today.
Mr. R. G._D. /Hill, of Chocowinlty,
was a Washington visitor today.
j Miss Louise Moore has arrived
from school at W J ns t o n -SaTera , a nd (s
spending- the holidays with --her- per
lents, Mr. and Mrs. E. _B. Mooj
Mrs. I* B. Suskins. of Baltimore,
is visiting in the city.
Mr. John Wilkinson, of Bclhaven.
was here thin mornin,,. - *<- >
Miss Mary B. Hoyt will leave to
morrow for Beaufort, where she will
'Hi win! (flir 1st uia j with hor parents.
Captain and Mr A John. K. Hoyt.
lion. John H- Small returned from
Washington, u. c., last night ref)
spend the holidays at home with his
"Miss Bess Boyd arrived last iilght
from Washington and wj.ll spend
Christmas with fr'.cnds iit-ths.cityt*
from the Jpnlvrrslty of AVest V'rglnls. |.
and 'will speud the holidays .with hisj
parents ou East Main street. ^
Misses May helle and Katherinc
Small left this morning for Attnapa- '
lis to attend the Christmas festivirie*, j
returning on Tuesday.
Mist EMH'l i !? -< Ji'i'iMH.iiiH
iuori)ing fbom the state Normal, at
Greensboro, to ?pend a fortnight with
Mr." Allen Moore wifl arrive to
morrow from Norfolk where he has
been attendiug school and will spend
the holiday eeason with his mother,
Mr*. J. B. Moore.
Mr. N. Collin Hughes left thta
mocAlux for Chapel Hill to spend
? WE SERVE NOTICE TO ALL ? j
? who want nice photograph* ? >
? of, themselves ftor Christnnui ? j
?- present* ihey mutt cgnne by
? December 1.1th. Our trade ?'
? ha* grntrn wonderfully, and ? >
? as we cannot get any eitru ?
Christmas w?c b bis ptrcoli
Mrs. S. P. Willis and little Miss]
Edna left last night for Morehead
Clljr to spend the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. P^ior and '
faiutly,^Q?- Fayeilerllle arrived today |
ttr viait Mrs~Prlor's mother. tfTrs. T. i
H. II. Myers, East )!?in street, for
>fr. T\ D. Aldrldge, of Soufh Creek, j
?vap a v'Kitor ii^flic city toduy.
Miss M. NVynkoop, who has been In!
the millinery department of Jar. B, J
Clark Co.. leftr- this % afternoonyto !
Fpcnd Christmas at her home in Phil-1
Mr. \V. A. Thompson returned yes- 1
terflay toTTIs home in Aurora after al
week in the city .attending court.
Mr. J. M. -Robinson has gone to his j
home In Clinton to spend the boll-!
days after a few days' visit in the
~ ~3Tr.~ ;iTwl TTrBTP. C. itos&'aiid f a intly j
leave tomorrow for Plymouth where !
they will spend Christmas.
Start the winter in a healthy con
dition. be free from disease. Hollls
ler.'H kocky Mountain Tea. the most
reliable preventative. Nothing so
sure to keep you well all whiter and
save doctor's bills. Hardy's- Drug
If true friendship plays any par
when you have purchased you
Christmas presents and on your way
hone passing Dakar's ntudlo you * \ll
find you have made a mistake if your
rrlend hadn't rather have a nice pho
tograph of yodr?e!f than anything'
?Ire you could ima$Jne then I would
thluk he is not worthy to bo called
rour friend. Baker's Studio.
.One Imx client-* fiec. Sec liarjljV;
Hntg Fi! OJV Ulf.
Tlioimancii; of sufferers from dys-1
f?eps?in and " storatch trouble have}
beer. made "well -by taking a very
'mall dc*e of Holllsteri* . Reeky I
Mouiiialii Tea afier each mcul mtil at'
Oil Urn*. Try i;. HolHyter'.r Dri:g '
Ten ?'a?l?nr box candy given awav.
IVho will ivold lucky number? Wit.i j
-?very cash purchase a coupon will bo j
"iven. The oiie holding the lucky I
.umlicr will receive the Sio box of |
rnndy on display in the case iu front [
>f our store- See It and try for it.
kVe will also give a second prize iJTi
ady holds second prize coupon n bo:
ie of. Hudnut's toilet water, if a gen
leman, a boi_qf cigars.
HARDY'S DRUG STORE.
Under ITorfl Louise.
lion't forjet t;> remenber
i* at t!i." head cf l.'ie lis; in
n\c: ntnrs ami coxi-'rieTioxs
IThc I-'lnrldn t)rantf?
I^wl.t l iiscrtatal Jiaiilw In
C.ui.:>? ly^r.ijirli in qur.'.lty am"
'I'hme ISO'. ?
w. .1. huodks.
In Bad Fix
"I had a mishap at the age of 41. which left me in bad
writes Airs. Georgia Usher, of Conyers, Go.
"I iimrfiinmni.Tini-i tnr Ihrpg ftnys^jmrl nftfr tlint I
would have fainting spells, dizziness, nervousness, sick
headache, heart palpitation and many strange feelings.
"I suffered greatly with ailments due to the change of
life and had 3 doctors, but they did no good, so lconcluded
to try Cardui.
Since taking Cardui, 1 am so much better and can do
ail my housework."
The Woman's Tonic
Do tk# allow yourself to get into a bad fix. You might
get in so bad you would find it hard to get out
Better take Cardui while there is time, while you are
still in moderately good health, just to conserve your strength
and keep, you in tip top condition.
In this way your troubles, whatever they are, will grad
ually grow smaller instead of larger? you will be on the
up-grade instead of the down-'-and by and bye you will
irilvc at Uie nuitli pole of perfect hrallh,
a bottle at your drugtfists' today.
htct* A?t?TVKr> , . ;
PTNew Line of
Ladies ? and Children's Sweaters
in red'wTiifeandg rs y.~ . . "<"?/
We are Sole Agents in Washington for Paris Patteraa.
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\Vaterman'\ Itlcnl Fuuuialn
!*<?? 92..V) lo 94I.UU
A Pipe . CI.SU to
ifuunut> "Toilet Water 73c.
Rox of Cahl?iere Bouquet Soap . OJkT
Box of Cigars si.oo
? Program Changed Daily
? Nt'HHHf? A V<l?Kl?? A muwy
5 of Ihc I'lfnrli Revolution.
} A* VISIT TO I'XCI/K ? A Rood
? A KtlXtlHl) SKTUOT ? (Ximrxly.
4 Jl'IKaK NOT, THAT YK JIB
X NOT JUM?D ? Featured
T llpnicmbrr that every
J till *\veek we s'vc uniky a Tar
? -koy free. ISveryorc holding *
Z ticket should be un linnil vharp
? ly at 8.:W> (('clock, the hoar ,'IWf
? drawing, j
X Don't fuilTri >?? this ovfniii^s
X program. ....
| Follow the
I Merry Crowd
Home Building & Loan Association
WASHINGTON, N. C.
Capital Stock Paid in Since 1902, '.Over $30,000 ?
OFFiO&RSr-Frnnlt C. Kuglor, President;. W. E. Swin
dell, 1st Vice-President; Jno. B. Sparrow, Secretary;
Frank H. Bryan, 2nd Vice President; Stephen C. Bra
Do you ever expect to own your own home? Now is the time to
A good way to prepare to send a boy or girl to college.
No Institution in Washington 1 doing so much for its RtockboM
ers as this association. Numbers of our subscribers do not build aad '
do not Intend to; they carry slock simply as an investment and It
pays them more than 6 per cent, and taxes. It compels them to su*?
so mucb each month, and is absolutely safe. Under .ordinary condi
tions they can hypothecate the stock at a bank qrnd always with th?
association to tbe extent of 90 per cent, of what has been pdid Ul
Subscribers can withdraw on 30 days- notice.
We have many subscribers, and they represent almost every bnn
inoss and profession in town. * *
New neries will be opened January tut, loio. s jj,
See Jesse Ross or Charlie Fleming.
HOMK BUiLWNO 4k LOAX ASSOCIATION*.
f you a*e looking for GLASS and CROCKERY !
W A RE, TOYS and other Holiday Goods, come- *
to sec us. t. w. Phillips & Co.
C. 4. MORRIS & CQ^ BROKERS
WHOLESALE FRUI TS AND PRODUCE
Arrivals this -week.
2 Cars Meal, 1 Car 20th Century Flour, 1 Car Flake White Lard,
1 Car Kingans Reliable Meat, 1 Car New York State Apples
Cabbage and Potatoes.
Let your ordcra como along.
TBE UNION fiimCERY CO'S. CAFE
AVCTC D C served in all styles by the Noted
UI31 EJVO Chef? RICARD BONNER.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION? TRY US
the JefftrUfi Furniture Company?the
florae anda0ifice Outfitters. ... ,
We are right in the thickest part of the battle, fighting for your wants and necessities. or
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