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DOT: DOO, STRAYED FROM home
oa Wednesday night. Female bea
tlehouad, sandy colored. white
?pots, brown ear?, answers to name
of Beulah. |5 reward for return
to A. DAVIS, 1S6 West 8th 81
ifST, PROM AUTOMOBILJt, Child*,
brown hat. Finder please return
to Dally News office.
BACHES, APPLES, Cantaloupes,
Onions. Potatoes. Cabbage at H.
B. Mayors. Wholesale, prices right.
ED ISO If MAZDA LAMPS? MORE
light for less money. Pegram
Wataon Hdwe. Co. v
WASTED; OFFICE WORK AT*
nfght Address, "Night," care of
FOR SALE: AN INDIAN MOTOR
CYCLE. SH horse power. In good
condition. Apply E. O. Mallison's
garage, Hassell Supply Co. bldg.
WANTED? GUM LOGS OF GOOD
quality, 10 Inches and up at small
end. Pamlico Cooperage Co.
SOB BALK: ROSB-OOMB WHITK
Wyandotte cockerels, Are months
old. fl.OO each. W. R. Bright,
Washington, N. C.
V ANTED: TWENTY EVENING
quart customers. Guaranteed Tu
berculin tested Jersey milk. Phone
West End Dairy.
fe EATERS! HEATERS! S1.2S. IV
gram-Watson Hdwe. Co.
FOR SALE ? FAftM OF ,?0 AMUCK, j
18 acres cleared, 6 miles from
Washington; on? of best farms in J
section. Good to)i*cr<? land. T. j
H. Whltaker, Washington. N. C. f
A contractor is wanted to build a
4"ora 24x30*18 feet to the school
building In Plney Grove district, six
mJles from Washington. Plank and
specifications are In the hands of the
*hora bids may be submitted. Build
ing must be finished by November 1,
W. O. PRIVETTE,
Having q bail fled as Administrator
C. T. A. of John 8. Moore, deceased,
late of Beaufort County, this Is to
notify all persons < bavins claims
afcalnst the estate of said deceased
tA exhibit them to the undersigned
ofe or before the IRth tlay of Septem
ber, 1917, or this notice will be
pleaded In b^r of their recovery. All
persons Indebted to said estate will
please make Immediate payment
This September S6th, 1919.
kARTHA J. MOORE. Admr. C.T.^.
ifard ft Grimes, Attorneys.
7 Corrected by
B> H? BVDSOIf
Successor to H. B. Mayo.
OM Roosters 7c
014 Hens !.1W
Spring (jhlcken* 17c
slta-llngs . . . *. ..." \. 80c
Wool (free frotn lint) J8c
Wool (burty) lto to SOe
? Lint cotton ....... 14 He
Bom Wm J6e
Cfern, bushel 80c
Ofreen Hides ISe
Bftlt Cow Hides 14e
Dry Cow Hide* 18*
Deer Hides (green) 10c
D?er ffldes (dint) lie
fltieep 8klns SSc to 80c
JJkmb Skins ............ He to KOc
dtat Skint 16c to 15e
Tfe?*. p*r hundred y| r.fl so
Bone. p*r hundred SOe
Rubber Boots end rfhoee ?c
Auto Inner Tubes 8c
AVto Tt?? (oq(?r cutni) *e
An Effective Laxative
For Growing Children
Dp. Caldwell's Syrap Pej-ln Highly
Recomknended as a Family
In children the slightest Irregular
ity of the bowels hu t tendency to
disturb the entire digestive system,
and unless promptly remedied Invitee
serious Illness. The experienced
mother knows that by training her
children to regularity in this respect,
and when occasion arises administer
ing a mild laxative, she will have lit- 1
tie need for the doctor's services.
Mrs. Leo Welgand. 3251 Central i
Ave., N. S., Pittsburg, Pa., whose two
boys. Frank end Joseph, are shown
in the Illustration, writes that she
has found Dr. -Caldwell's Syrup Pep- ;
sin a most effective laxative, not only
for the children but also for herself, ;
and that she will always keep it in
the honse to use when needed. Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a combl
antlon of simple. laxative herbs with
pepsin that acts easily and naturally,
without griping or other pain or dis
comfort. His pleasant to the taste
so that children like it, and is equal
ly effective on the strong eat consti
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin can|
be obtained at any drug store for
fifty cents, and should hare a place
In every home. It will aave many
times its cost In lessened doctor bills
and maintain the health of the en
tire family. To avoid Imitations and
ineffective substitutes be sure to get
I>r. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. See
that a facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's
signature and his portrait appear on
the yellow carton in which the bottle
lis packed. A trial bottle, free of
I charge, can* be obtained by writing
to Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 455 Washing
ton St. Montlcello, Illinois.
OSBORNE PLANS TO
GET AFTER THE MEN 1
WHO JUSTED DIM
Salem. N. Y., Sept. 26- ? The at
tempt of bis enemies to blacken bis
moral character and oust him as Re- ]
form Warden of fling 8lng penitent!- j
ary baring failed, Thomas Mott Os
borne is planning to bring them toj
book with some conspiracy indict- ?
ments, which are being considered by
tbe Washington connty grand Jury,
which reconvened here today.
It is whispered that eight men. one
of theill a former state official, will
be indicted, charged with political
conspiracy against Osborne. Convicts \
and ex-convicts, some of whom tes- '
tilled against Osborne when he was
indicted for alleged prison misman
agement. In Westchester county, will
testify in his favor here today. It ia
said, tilling how they were threat
ened with punishment if they didn't:
testify against him before the other i
The light against Osborne origi-1
nated It is said, because his efficient
administration of Sing Sing affairs
cut out a lot, of graft.
f SAVINGS BANK
(By United Press)
^Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 2$. ? Just
one hundred years ago tt was that
American bankers began to reach
out for small and large savings ac
counts; and the 4,000 American
bankers association bankers attend
ing their annual convention here to
day are celebrating the fact.
18. L. Robinson of 'Baltimore will
tell about the century of savlnga
banking; Professor Oraham Taylor i
of Chicago, will discuss the social
aspect of savings; George E. Allen of j
the American Institute of Banking
will tell bf human nature In savings
accounts; Victor A. Lersner of Brook j
lyn will talk about the centennial
national -thrift campaign and Irvin 1
Cobb will make fun of them all. |
Other speakers will be Carter B. j
Kecne of the Postal Savings service, j
William R. Knox of New Tork, E. O.
McWllllams of Los Angeles. Harvey
A. Blodgett of St Paul, Mhin, and
Frederick B. Washbwvn Werccn- I
LIST OF I JCTTSRA
Remaining uncalled for In this
office for the week ending
Waahlngton, V. C., Sept. It. 1?1? :
MSN? A. A. Atkins, Mr. and Mrs.
Beavens, E. D. Braxton, Frank Brln
aon, Wm. Edwards. J. O. Godby, J.
H. Huston, Charlie Lloyd, W. U. Mc
Roy, S. fl. Plttman, Jake Peel.
WOMEN? 'Miss Reather ft***!
Mrs. Sudie Dickens. Miss Sarah Her
blty Mrs. F. Kaufman, Mlas Roberta
Little, Mrs. Care Robson, Miss Beans
Williams, Mrs. Matilda Whltflald.;
Miss Julia Wallace.
These letter* win be ?eat to the
<1M4-I?tt?r oacoOot. >, UU, tr not
d*llT*r?d b?fore. In c*ll(ag for th?
kbore. plMM Mr "AdT?rtlMd," (|T
Inx d?l? of Hat.
HIBNRT MOORS. P. N.
6C. BREAD WILL COST
NEW YORK S16.000.000
HOBE EVIRY YEAR
New York, Sept. 26.? If 6 cents
becomes the standard price for a loaf
of bread. New York City will spent
116,000.000 additionally on its an
nual bread bill.
Instead of paying $4$. 600. 000 ?v-'
ery year for bread the city will spend
It is estimated that 5.000.000 per
sons in New York consume, on an
average, six -ounces of bread every
day. The annual bread bill for each
Individual is $9.12. "With an Increase
of 1 cent a lonf the individual expen
diture annually would bo increased
by $1.83 ? or to $10.95.
SUPERIOR COURT TO
com HEX! WEES
(Continued from page 1)
Washington HTrral! Ex. Co. "Vs E."
R. R. Jones vo Bennett Gerard. i
B. L. Rowe vs Bennett Gerard.
J. H. Rowe vs Bennett Gerard.
J. C. Stilley vs Bennett Gerard.
Sam Stilley vs Bennett Gerard.
Cayton ft Cox vs Bennett Gerard,
j. R. Lewis vs Bennett Gerard. ;
Begt. Admr.. vs F. F. Cherry.
W. R. Swain va J. D. Purser.
Sualfln ft Berry va R- F. Forrest et al
International Harvester Co. vs Q. L.
Thomas Carrow vs J. S. Shugar.
Julia E. Bright va F. H. VonEber
Geo. Hackney, Jr.. vs H. Q. Sparrow.
Archbell vs C. H. Brown.
St. ft Bonner va Ursley. i
F. H. VonEberateln vs N. 8. R- R
Bcckwlth va Campbell. |
J. Z. Bowen vb Roper Lbr. Co. i
Green et al vs Hooker-.
J. R. Perry vs W. A. Barry.
Middle Canal vs Sparrow.
Middle Canal vs W. R. Whltloy_
Carolina Distributing Co. vs W. J.
Moore ot al. 1
City of Washington vs Washington
Light ft Water Co.
Ben Leary va Dixie Lbr. Co.
Oaylord va 8amll et al.
J. W. Burbage va W. W. Duke et al.
F. H. Rollins vb H. C. Sparrow ot *1.
Dew -vi Wilkinson * Bro.
J. T. Bennett v? Banks * Bennett.
Brlnn et *1 V? Plller.
Spoil vs Hodgea.
Tnthlll vb A. C. 1' R- R
Lovelace vb A. C. L. B- R
J. B. MeUniblln CO. vb Jetferaon
-Bailie J. Bowen et al vs W. I* Jod
Chas. H. Ratelllf va C. P. Ayeoe* et al
W. B. RodmAn et al va Bast Carolina
Wathlngtoo 'Horfle Br. Co. et ?1 va
i. B. Wilkinson.
B. T, Woolard V* Rebeeea l#e?Kett.
J. H. OnritanuB va 0. R. Roan et al.
?I. W. I-atham et al va J. O. Latham.
White, Admr. VI interstate Coop. Oo.
L. K. Everett va Maeclasfleld Co. *
H. C. Brtduera.
W. M. Reaparn vb Beaofort Co. Star
age Warehouse Co.
Howard Wlnfleld va B. T. Chaunc*?.
D. Hill va Pamlico Cooperate Co.
W. K. Jacoboon. Admr., Vs N. 8. R.
B. O. Oarrosran at al r? John U Ro
per Lbr. Cp.
I,, p Harris va Carolina Wat Co.
B. R. ItUoa vb K. JoUn.
C. Allte Reapaas at al va F. I HarHl,
IKE IBP 1*
I in TElOl
Washington. Sept- 15. ? The ad
vance in the prices of principal food
commodities during the Year from
June 15. 1916. to Jane 16. 1916, Is
well illustrated in a table contained
In the Labor Bureau report Just Is
In the following table the fig
are cents and fractional tenths:
26 28.6 1
S3. 2 26.7 I
Sirloin steak .
Rouad steak .
Rib roast ....
Chuck roast . .
Boiling beef . .
Pork chops . . .
Eggu, dozen . ..
Milk, quart . .
Corn meal . . .
A little TIMKLY advertising AH- I
80RE9 the continuity of that little |
income you derive from that fur
Look and Feel
Clean, Sweet and
Fresh Every Day
Drink a glus of ml hot vrater
boforo breakfast to wuh
Lift 1b not merely to lire, but to
live well, eat well, digest well, work I
well, sleep well, look well. What a
glcrleuB oondUlon to attain, and yet
' how very easy it 1b If one will only
I adapt the morning Inside bath.
Folks who are accustomed to feel
I dull and heary when they arise, split
1 ting headache. Jtuffy from a cold, foul
, tongue, nasty breath, acid stomach,
can. Instead, feel as freah as a daisy
| by opening the sluices of the system
| cach morning and flushing out tha
whole of the Internal poisonous stag
nant matter. %
Bveryone, whether ? ailing, sick or .
I well, should, each morning, before
breakfast, drink a glass of real hot |
water with a teaspoonful of limestone !
I phosphate In It to wash from the i
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels the i
- previous day's indigestible waste, j
sour bile and poisonous toxins; thus
I cleansing, sweetening and purifying |
the entire alimentary canal before
' putting more food into the stomach.
The action of hot water and limestone |
phosphate on an empty stomach is j
wonderfully invigorating. It cleans j
out all the sour fermentations, gases, j
I waste and acidity and givea one a j
j splendid appetite for breakfast While
you are enjoying your breakfast the
, water and phosphate is quietly ex
tracting a large volume of water from
the blood and getting ready for a
thorough flushing of all the inside
The millions of people who are
bothered with constipation, bilious
1 spells, b to ranch trouble, rheumatism;
l others who have sallow skins, blood
disorder* and sickly complexions are
urged to get a quarter pound of II me
et one phosphate from the drug store
which will oost very little, but la
sufficient to mske anyone a pro- |
nounced crank on the subject of ,
[ Internal sanitation.
Extra Light Weight
Made In 12, 16 and 20 Gauges
There's no need of carrying a
heavy gun. The use of Nickel
Steel makes it possible to get ex
treme light weight with great
strength. But it costs t ore, and
so is not generally used. Win
Chester Model igia shot
guns are constructed en
tlrely of nickel steel, which
makes it the lightest and
strongest gun on the
market. It is very hand
some besides, and a relia
ble, fine-shooting gun. Be
sure to see one before buy
ing. Sold by all dealers.
TIE BEPEATEB PAR EXCELLENCE 1
WANT TO GET RID
OE THEIR JOBS
(By United Proea)
Chicago. Sept. 26. ? Smoke would
be abolished down to the last curl If
the smoke Inspectors of the nation
had their way; and they met here
today to see if they can't beat them
selves all out of a Job by finding some
way of doing Just that. Practically
every bit of smoke made is unneces
sary and can be consumed if the
right firing methods are employed,
the smoke men say.
J. W. Henderson of Pittsburgh
asked for the next convention, lie
thinks his stody, stogie city needn
It. President W. A. Hoffman of St.
; I.ouis, Vice President Charles Heath
of Cincinnati nnd Secretary Frank
A. Chambers of this city are pres
ent. The convention will close Sep
Crystal Ice Cream
Our Scuppernong Grape Flavor
True to the Vine.
CRYSTAL ICE COMPAW
Phone 83. Washington, N C.
J. I BON WOOD J AMES U OOLB
Hfmtum New York Cotton Bichufa.
J. LEON WOOD & CO
BANKERS AND BROKERS
Stocks. Bonda. Cotton. Grain and Pro*l?Jon?. TI Plum* *tr?MH.
Carpenter Balldln*. Norfolk, V?
Private wire* to New Tork Brock Rirbaoc*. Ohlnaco Ho?N Tr%d?
?nd r?th?w flnanelel eentarr
( ORRBSPONI)BNCI BKMPRCimLT rtOLlClTBD
iBT?Ntt.a?Dt end marginal aeoount# given carafal attention.
Holding a Revival , Too
A BIO rerlral
AT TUB Baptist church,
AND MANY CODTerts
ARB BEING made.
AND LAST night
THBV HAD a big
AT THE court house
WERE M^DE there.
AND ALL these
INTEREST THE people
AND STIR them up.
A REVIVAL, too.
AND IT la extend tn?
IN THE form
OF CRATES of bottles
FOR THE benefit
OF THE "heathene."
AN EASY time
AND IT onlr Ukee
A "CONVERT" ?
OtfT OF a man,
AND AFTER that
THERE 18 no danger
AND IT'S up to you
THE BIO army.
AND GOOD ehser
WHICH 18 theirs
NEVER REGRET It
AS YOU II to.
LET US all Join
OLD REVIVAL hymn.
"THE DRINK of Ufa."
I THANK yon.