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THE WASHINGTON DAILY NEWS I
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matter, August 0, l&Ot, at the postofhse
a* W>afciimtoa, N. C., under the act of March 8, 1370. I
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JAMES L. MAYO. .PaorKiaruk
CARL QOERCH. ??-* ?.? ?- ? ? ?.. Luiiuh
WASHINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, NOV. 25, 1916.
Hughe?*' telcgmar'of congratulation was rather late, but just the
same it's better to be late and safo than to be in a hurry an J sorry.
For example, suppose that Air. Wilson had acted hast'j^. after read
ing the New York papers the night of the election!
AIR FLIGHTS ACROSS THE ATLANTIC.
Rivalry for the honor of first crossing the Atlantic by airship is
reported by Mr. von Wiegand as intense between Count Zeppelin and
Prof. Schutte. Meanwhile, in Norway, a British-Norwegian pair of
aviators are planning a seaplane flight from Newfoundland over the
sea says the New York World.
In neither plan is there anything beyond the proved capacity of
air machines. German savants before the war thought a flight from
Spain to Georgia, in the trade winds, feasible; and the power of
the Zeppelin has since been greatly increased. It is probable- that
we are near the time when such a passage may be made almost re
gardless of the wind.
When Vedrine? in 1913 made his marvelous flight from Paris to
giro, it was pointed out that, even withche airplanes of that year,
he-world flight was possible. The Atlantic crossing could
way of the Faroe Islands and Greenland, with two
j^lfs each and three of less than 300 miles. These
^exceeded. Nor would it be neoestarv to take
It would be quite as easy to establish
|ic as Lieutenant Porte planned, as to build
^ Greenland and Baffin land.
crossed in air ere now but for tuc
and Zeppelin. But the war, stim
^left little doubt that it can be
?to predict that their
?t Norfolk is go
r?niM? for the great
einsr cxploilAil for thr
i United State* before
undoubtedly correct in
Kd commercial greed, as lie* gjiye.
each other's throat?. The
as a means for bringing ah-/tu thi?
exist in the United States. The desire
the big interests of the country is causing
because of the fact that fodd stuffs aro being
our own people and are being sent abroad, where a
iter profit can lw made on their ?ale. And where this desiro for
profit it permitted to supercede all ot.her principle?, war will always
follow? If we permit the unlimited shipment of our food to Europe,
in order to permit, thove countries to devote all of their energy to
warfare and if wc do so at. the risk of letting our own people starve
and suffer, all we can expect is a revolution against such methods;
riot?, disturbances and a general warfare of the poor against the rich.
CHRISTMAS TRADE IN WASHINGTON.
Within another wwk or two, the Christmas trade in Wsnhtngton
will he on in fnll blast. Ix>ca] merchant* are already beginning to
bring their Christmas good? to the front and the window decorations
are attractively displaying many holiday features*
But every merchant should remenfber that only a verv small num
ber orf prospective custom cm will gee their window displays. And
every merchant should determine to advertise his goods with the
greateat puhlicitv that hi? business permit?.
Realizing that the Christmas trade in Washington will be greater
thi# year than ever before, the Daily News i? preparing for s huge
Christmas edition, to be issued during the early part of next month.
Aeveral of the merchants in the city have already come in for adver
tising space on s large scale. The edition promises to eclipe every
thing of its kind that haa ever been attempted in Beanfort county.
We believe that the people will await it with considerable eagerness
and that they will use it as their Christmas shopping gnide. We hope
that every store in Washington will be represented in that issue. It
i* going to be the bolt 'meant for giving their goods publicity that
they can find. '
We are sparing no pains toward making this tditioci an attractive
one. And we believe that when it ia finally circulated through every
part of the oouatf. it will repay every merchant many timet over for
the amount that he haa ?pent in advertising in it
For 1lM Children's flak* let*? bntM
A. OL Hathaway.
SAYS RIG EATERS GET
Take a Glaui of Cold, Water and Kid
neco to Flush Kidneys If Back Hurt?
Onrtt All Meal from Diet If Yob Feel
Rheumatic or Bladder Bother?
The American men And women
must guard constantly against kidney
trouble, because vre eat too much and
all our food la rich. Our blood la fill
ed with uric aeld which the kidneys
strive to filter out. they weaken from
over-work, become sluggish; the
ellmlnatlve tissues clog and the re
sult is kidney trouble, bladder weak
ness and a general decline In health.
When your kidneys feel like lumps
of lead, your back hurts or the urine
Is cloudy, full of sediment or you are
obliged to seek rel!f two or three
times during the night; If you suffer
with .sick -headache or dlzsy. nervous
spells, acid stbmach, or have rheu
matism when the weather Is bad. get
from Davenport's Pharmacy about
one dozen kldneco tablets; take one
with a glass of water before each
meal for a few days and your kidneys
will then art flne. This famous rem
edy is made from perfectly harmless
Ingredients and acts quickly and hns'
been used for generations to flush
and stimulate clogged kidneys; to
neutralize the acids In the urine so It
no longer Is a aource of Irritation,
thus ending bsldder disorders.
Kldneco Is inexpensive; cannot In-'
Jure, make no mistake. Insist on kid-1
neco, It belongs In every home, be-1
cause nobody can make a mistake by
having a good kidney fluahlng any
If yoa had aevai vlaltrd any of imr
?tore* yon could still deride, from
'eadlng today's ads. which onn>
uost likely to secure most of yoar .
NOTICE OF SATJE. I
By virtue of a decree made by the
Hon. H. 0. Connor. Judge of the Dis
trict Court of the Eastern District of
gorth Carolina of the United States,
undersigned commissioners will
jjllc suction at the Court
In Swan Quarter. N. C..
^ay. November 29. 1916.
>f the ronl property be
e estate of Qreely Brlnn.
Qsistlng of the following
acts or parrels of landfc
kct containing 10 acres.
? beginning on the Pub
[the point where the
Mldyette's helra Join;
_ Jth with Mldyette's lino
cj thence West with said
' 8vlvester G.hhs' line; thence
8ylvester Glbbs' line to the
Road, and with Plney Woods
to the beginning.
(2) A tract commencing at a
stnke at the Northeast corner of Tobe
Stanley's lot; runnintr South with
seld Stanley's line to a creek; then
Enst with said ereek to J. W. Car
rowan's line; thence North with said
CftrrovuTllni to ? stake six feet
Booth of W. B. Watson's leader;
thence Wist and parallel with eald
W. B. Watson's toiler to the begin
ning. containing six acre?, nior-e or
Both of the above tract? are tnorr
fully described In ft deed whleh la of
-ecord In the offlwof the Reglater C
Deeds ?of Hyde County, In Book 10
(8) ? tract of land lying on the
North side or the Public Road lead
ing from flwan Quarter, N. C., to
Oyeter Creek; bounded on the North
b y the lands of S. 8. Lupton; on tne
Eaat by the lands of Charlee Brtnn;
on the South by the aforeaald Pub
lie Road, and on the West by the,
lands of 8. 8. Lupton. being known
?*s the Wm. Cheater Homestead
(4) A tract lying on the South
side of the Public Road leading from
8wtn Quarter to Oyeter Creek, ad
joining the tract or land'above de
scribed; containing twenty acres
more or lews Bounded on the North
by the lands or Charjee Briuu and
Orcely Brlnn, on the Eaat by the
| lands or E. O. Williams or the Marah,
on the 8outh by the creek and be*
1 and on the West by the lands or T.
O. Credle's heirs and a ditch leading'
I rrom the aforesaid Public Road to I
Swan Quarter Bay.
I (5) A tract or land lying on the]
West aide or the Ellsha Burrua ditch. I
bounded on the North by a two-acre)
tract or land, on the East by a line
and the Ellsha Credle ditch, on the
8outh by T. O. Credle'e heirs, and \
on the West by the lands or J. C.
Overton and T. O. Credle's helre,
containing eight acres, more or leaa. I
(0) A tract of land lying on thel
South aide of the Public Road ad-|
Joining the above described tract and
being a part or the Ellsha Burrus
lpnd. bounded on the North by anld
PubUr Road, on the Eaat by the Bur
rus Lane and ditch, on the South by
the eight-acre tract or lind above
described, and on the West by the
lands or J. C. Overton, containing
two acrea. more or leas.
(7) A tract or land lying on the
South side or the Public Road and
the Burrus ditch, containing 16 acres
more or leia. being the tract or Ian?*
described In a deed or record in the
office or the Register or Deeds or
Hyde County In Book 16. page 643
The last five enumerated tracts
were conveved hv J. J. M'Onwnn ?n*1
wire to Greely Brinn by deed which
is or record In the office of the Re-1
gister of Deeds of Hyde County In I
Book 35. at pare 118. et seq.. refer
ence being had thereto for a more
complete description or said proper
(8) A tract or land containing
five acres, more or leaa, known as
the Oyster Creek Landlne Lot. Ivine
on the South side or the Public Road
and at ihe Junction of the Public
Road and Oyster Creek.
<?) A tract of land known aa the
Rose Bny Canal or Tilghman Farrow
land. Ivlng on the E^st side of fh-*
Rose Bay Csnal Public Road, de
scribed aa follows:
Beginning at the berlnnine of a
deed rrom Joseph E. H"*tlnes to
Tilghman Farrow on the East side or
the Rose Bav Turnnlke and In Sam
uel Clark's line, which point Is ?lso
the beginning or a deed rrom Tilgh
man Farrow to Wilson T. Farrow,
dated 1R57. registered In Book No.
7. page 33. of Hyde Conntv Reeorda.
and runs with said Rose Bav Turn
pike Road North 57 \ East 222 poles
to the Northeantern line of the rfpod
from Joseph 8. Harris to Tilghman
farrow. dated NoTtnbcr 14. 1114.
ud recorded la Book No. I. pace
MI. then with Mid line South 40
to a (lake, then Sooth
Hnda of aald Wllaon T. farrow an
Wm. Hod tee. then with aald ditch
North J7* Weet i to polee to .
chinquapin poet, formerly a laurel
whleh li Samuel Clnrk'e corner, then
with aald line North 7? Wert 4 pol?
to tke beginning, excepting 75. acres
heretofore con*eyed to W. R. Cot
rell, Maaon * Co.. br deed recorded
J? 800 k page Hyde
There Is alto excepted from this
tract 15 acres thereof sold to Jean
Carrowan by deed of record in the
office or the Register of Deeds or
Hyde County In^ook pace... .
and also 90 acres of said tract sol ft
to John O'Neal, by deed of record in
the office of the Register of Deeds of
Hyde County, In Book...., at pace
I also 100 acres aold to
Manning Jennett by deed of record
In the Office pf the Register of Deeds
of Hyde County in Book..... at pace
The said 296 acre tract de
scribed above by metes and bounds
with the exception of 75 acres sold to
Cuthrell. Mason 4k Co.. will be offer
ed for sale aa an entirety, which In
cludes 95 acres sold to Jean Carro
wan. the 90 scree sold to John O*
Nesl and 100 acres sold to Mannlnr
Jennett. and will than be offered sep^
arately. no that j>urchaaera may bid
on ths 196 seres, leas the 7ft seres
sold to Cuthrell. Mason * Co.. the
25 acres aold to Carrowan. the 10*
acres aold to Jennett and the #0
acres aold to O'Neal and the S6 aeres
aold to Carrowan. The 90 acres SOU*
to O'Neal and the 100 acres sold te
Jennett will all be offered separately
Purchssera will hare an opportunity
to bid upon aald tract In its entirety
and upon the aeparate parcela there
of, aa aet out above.
MO) A tract of land known v
the Heron Bay Flata land. Thla tract
lies about 4 ty miles from Bwat
Quarter, adjoins the land of Albion
Swindell at Swindell Fork, fronts on
the Public Road leading from Ijake
Comfort to Swindell'? Neck, adjoint
Heron's Bay. the landa of Cahoon
and Roberta. Tract contains 177
acrea from which la excepted 20 acres
sold to W. V. Swindell by Oreelr
Brlnn by deed which is of record ir
fhe office of the Register of Deeds c
(tl) A tract of land In CurrKucJ
Township known aa the William M
Credle or O. H. Olbba land, being th< .
land devlaed by Wm. M. Credle tr 1
Lucretia Oibba, consisting of tw<
Parcel A. Containing 93 acres
being described In said will as. "one
third of the number of acres whereon
I now live, aald one-third to be laid
off on the back of aald tract by run
ning a line parallel with my front
line South 10H Eaat from the D. F
Credle land that leads from Slades
vllle Road to the Neck Road."
Parcel D. Tract containing 8." .
acrea. more or leas, lying about one-1
half mile from tract Jnst previously]
described and on the opposite aide of [
the road from Sladeavllle to German
town, adjoining the lands formerly
belonging to R. W. Hollowell. p p
Wahab and others, being the lanr'
purrhaacd by Wm. M. Credle from
Oroen Moore and wlfo by deed dated
December 22. 1882. recorded in the
office of the Register or Deeds of
Hyde County In Book 10. page 306
(12) A tract of land containing
10 H acres, lying on the German
town Road, adjoining T. F. Credl*
and the thirty-three acre tract above
(13) A tract of land known aa
th# R. w. Harrla land, containing
100 acrea. more or lesa. except three
acrea aold by Mary E. Hooten to Jo
seph Wnde. lying on the road from
Sladeavllle to Germantown. adjoin
?crlbed ta ? d ?od to A. B. Lltchfleld
Admr. ol dr^ toon. dated jan
?"T ?. 1?1J. ?nd daly Of record In
?t ">? HmI.Uc ?f Deeda
of Hyde Count*. ta Book paie
_ ** u "i* ?">???
of gl>d<MTflH. eoatalainc K of in
?ot ?t the Cooat* Road Bridie and
adjolninc the landa of the glad?.
*Ul? Supply Company.
f JW A tract of lahd about 1U
mile. from Brick House Pork known
,aa the Co* land, opposite the tenant
j bouse or the Allen Cradle farm, con
taining X? acres. more or less.
./*?) > tract of land containing
about 32 acres. known as the Albert
Mason laad. lying on the East stde of
the DaVfs Bowl.
(IT) A tract of land known aa
the Charlie Mldyette land. conUl"
!?* a*IMi wore or leas, on
?e 1^ck a<*d- *^t three miles
from SiadeavtU?. adjoining the Unda
of John. 1. Huflln.
(18) The Geo. Jennette tract of
land, containing about It acre?;
more or lee*, on the South aide of
the Sladesvllle and Makelyville Road
about one mile from the Henry
Speacer farm. .
(1#J A ttact of woodland, con
tainlng about IS acree. formerly a
part of the Oooi Jennette land. Jut
?ot w,tn the tract aoore
A' tract of land known aa
the Ellia Willis land, containing
about four or fire acres, lying on the
road from Llnnsburr to Oormantown/
and adjoining the Edwards land.
W) A tract of land known aa
Major Glbba la id, containing
yooj 10 acres on the East aide of
tho* Oerman town Road and about %,
of a mile 8outh of Brick House Por?
<M) A tract of land in Currituck
Towttahlp. bounded on the North by
J*"1*?? Hirer, on the East by the M.
B. Davis Road leading from Pungo
Hirer to 81adeaTllle. on the South by
the finda of the John L. Roper Lorn
her Company, on the Weat by the
lands of John L. Roper Lumber Com
pany containing, by actual survey.
The abore boundaries comprise all
of that land lying on the Weat side
of the If. B. Davis Public Road,
known as the Matthew Davis land,
being a part of the tract %nown aa
the Greely Brlnn River 8hore Proo
(28) A tract bounded as follows
towlt: On *the North by the lands
^f Louis Jarvls. on the East by t!.e
Public Road leading from Sralth
Creek to 81adeerille. on the 8outh by
the land a belonging to P. A. Epson
and Joseph Eason. and on the West
by the M. B. Davis Road and P. A.
Eason. containing 86.2 acres, known
as the Pannle. Davis land.
_ J?4) A tract known as the D.
Robinson land, containing 119 7
acre?, bounded on the North bv pun
go Rlrer. on the East by Smith's
Creek, on the 8outh by the lands of
W R. EquIIs and the Public Road
leading from Smith Creek to Sladee
ville. and on the West by the lands
of Louis Jarvls and W. R. Eqnils.
TERMS OP SALE: The terms of
sale of the several tracts hereinbefore
enumerated will be made known at
the time of sale. Satisfactory ar
nnKflments can be made at that
time with the Coraminsioners to pur
chase said, lands, either for cash or
on time. Any sales made on time
will require a cash payment of 25
per cent of the amount bid. The bal
ance may be secured by notes and
mortgages on the property, bearln?
interest -at the rate of 6 per cent. All
aalea will be subject to confirmation
by the Court.
This the 28 th da v of October, 1918
J. L. OR1MEB.
W. B. RODMAN.
A. B. LITCHPIELD.
.. . ? Commissioners.
MocUt 85-4 f. o. b. Toledo
"??M I b. ToJ
These Tremendous Advantages?
More power?35 horsepower motor. These ore tremendous advantages over any
More room?112-inch wheelbase. thing to be had in other cars that sell for
Greater comfort ? long, 48-inch cantilever anywhere near as low a price.
rear springs and 4-inch tires. And they makp it hard for us to keep up with
Greater convenience?electrical control but- Orders.
tons on steering column. The factory has never yet caught up with the
Bigger, safer brakes?service, ; emer- demand.
gency, 13x2"^. You ought to own one of these cars?nothing
Better cooling?you never heard of an Over- else so big and fine for the money.
land ipotor overheating, Come in and order yours now.
D. M. Carter Jr., Deaier, Washington, N. C.
Th? VHH?OhHm< Cnm??y, OM? ?
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