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Children Cry for Fletcher**
^ Tea Bay* Always Bought, and which has baas
la aao fo> erer ayar 30 yearn, baa borne the signature of
B^erimeats that trifle with aad endanger the health of
baps aad Soothing Syrupa. It is pleasantIt coauiiia
neithsT Opium, Morphias a or other narcotic nubataace. Itn
*** “ “» faarantaa. Far more than thirty years h has
heao (a constant uaa for the relief of Constipation, Fistula ary
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying FrwtbMo .S
banrfro«^«d by regulatiag the Stomach and Bowels, aids
* *°°*5 I*Yinf healthy aad ■■taral sleep.
the (^Hdraa'a Faaarec—fce MothmS Friend. ^
QENUINE CASTOR!A ALWAYS
Bonn the Signature of _‘
In Ike For Ova136 Years
Thn Kind You Haw* Always Bought
Wins PER CENT
OF ML AGGIOENTS
>MB Win, rNOUQHTLlM
WNOUC HAITI. AND 16
MBMAMCI CAUM MOtT
nmn<wn af on«.
A* i park quarry aa taghn la It
raet disregard of orders. rodo aa a
truck loaf id with atone Th*o mg
waa allowed to run down as lacltaa by
gravity. aad tnotaad af -iu.| be
hind aa hf had baaa.IaM to do, the
—P»ay> chan bed oa a truck aad la
aad arlng ' g
t of t offering.
Taking a Chance.
Aa emgfoye of a oartalo yiaat had
of wiebieff tha eaainlaatdoe baa tha
oataMe of tha guard raff, which la tkh
eaaa waa pooaltda. ha evidently chab
ad or atapged oror the gaiud raff
Aad waa caught by the drtitig hdl
Ha waa bran ed lately whirled to kh
death Had it baaa ilanlefnh aoa
aaaary lor UUr man «e go Mh tha
guard ran. hta drat aat
baaa to atag tha i
laaa of a anger hand, lag or area life
Aa employe in a mill while changing
ndto caught hlc An gar aa a chary
adga of a boa aad tailed to tan «t
attended to. Aa g raouk tha wa^d
baeama Infected, naraaattattdg tha ah
a aura of the Injured naa (na hta word
Jot Urea waaka.
Imyreper Uaa af Freight llnalar.
Aa aatgloya ta a warahoada was ar
Aered to nt Oomm auUarlal from tha
Utrd door. It waa aaoaaaary tor him
to aaa tha elevator. Uflhg «g the
aafaty gala ha otartad the elevator aad
. " / .«
As we will discontinue handling tires
- and auto parts. We can save you
twenty to twenty-five per cent, on
these goods. Ford springs $2.60 each
ELLIOTT BUGGY CO.,
Edonton, N. C.
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Beynoldson News Item*.
Miss Mamie Bam of Rocky
Mount spent last week with
friends in this community.
Misses Nannie Vick and Nellie
Duck of Sooth Quay, Va., and
Mira Elisabeth Rogers of Hamil
ton, N. CL, were the guests of
Misses Maude and Margie Lowe
Mias Juanita Horner and Mr.
Leslie Carter of Richmond, Va.,
called on Mias Velma Hines last
Misses Mamie Rasa and Jennie
Cross, Messrs. Ed Parker and
Charlie Wiikini motored down to
Ocean View Sunday afternoQn
Rev. Mr. Mae of Reeky Mount
assisted Rev. Mr Lowe in the re
vival services beld at Reynoldaon
church last week.
Mrs. Lyd^a Pittman entertain
ed a numbe. of her (nends Sun
Miss Helen Lee of Norfolk, was
the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Florence Lee last week.
The Mtsws Hines entertained
the following guests at anpp< v
Thursday night: Misses Elisa
Mason and Louise Capebart of
Roxobcl, Mr. Julien Wood of
Kelford, Misses Irma Riedel and
Olie Wise' Everett of Holland,
Mias Helen Lee of Norfolk, Mr.
Emmett Hines of Suffolk, Misses
Elhclecn and Louise Eure, Fran
ces Story and Mr Paul Story of
Eure. Mr. and Mrs. M.A Daven
port of Oates, Mr and Mrs L. C.
Carer of Roduco, Mimses Lots
Lawrence and Essie Eure, Mrs.
Lydia pittman and Mrs. Pat Ur
Savage. Miss Mary V Langston
and Messrs. Tom Carlton and
Bradford Pittman. •
A ttrd Cross Auxiliary was or*
gsniscd at Beynoldsoo Sunday
night with Mi<s Joyce Hines ss
chairman, Mrs Lydia Pittman as
vice-chairman and Bee. C U.
Lowe as secretary-treasurer.
Mr. and Mr*. C- W. Lawrence
of Newport News afcd Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Coliins of Gates
were guests of Mr. I A. Hines
Misses Etbelccn and Louise
Eure of Bure s(>ent a part of last
week with Misses Essie Bure and
Lucile Bines. «
Misses Bliss Mason and Louise
Cape hart of Koxobel and Inna
Ret del and OHie Wise Bverett of
Holland wete- the guests of Mm
Mary Virginia Langston last
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sawyer
of Gates visited her parents Mr.
and Mrs. J. C Eure last week.
Mr. L. R. Vas&ar and family of
Lumbcrton, N. C.. spent from
Sunday until Friday with Mr.
and Mr*. U.. R. Bure.
lii- O. C- Ward, ftyltnri, uyi!
that Nation*) Hog Cholera Pre
ventive doe* the wotk. Advt
. Cam Pond News.
Mi-s Lonic Harrell returned
home Wednesday alter i visit to
relatives irf Norfolk.
Mime* Goldie Bunch, Lottie
and V^a Wilson spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Mias
Mr*. feygr >e HAllomaa and
little near flarrellaville
are vlfliBia here.
, ttiWJtjUu) Bass spent Satur
day'^gj^witb Miaa Gertruda
Mt**^t^jle and Jaaie Peele
visited Mies Nalia Baas Sunday.
Mieaae Annie and Annie-Mae
Peels visited Miaa Ueaie Bta
f Miaa Bode Bunch entertained
company Sunday evening.
Mr and Mrs.' W. V. Byrum
have returned from Norfolk.
Elton Wilson and Clarence Har
rell apent Saturday eight with
We are hony report little
Bcade , Nijcon suffering from a
Mrs. Settle Harrell spent Sun
day in Oowpen Neck with rela
Mia* Martha Harrell entertain
ed company Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Jimmie Bunch spent last
Friday in Suffolk.
Mr. and Mrs L. C. Wilson,
Mr. Jim Bunch and daughter.
Boeie, spent last Friday in Eden*
Read Mr. Harrell's statement
in thts°eek‘s paper. National
Hog C^Slera Preventive. Ad.
N- E. and N. S Chappell spent
Sunday near Hertford with their
sister, Mrs. T. W. Nixon.
Mr. C. B. Chappell visited at
the home of Mr. J. W. Haper
near Chapaaoke. Sunday and was
accompanied home by Miaars
Mary Cartwright and Alden
White who will spend a while
with Mrs. Norman Chappell.
Mm J. G. Goodwin and child
ree spent Sunday afternoon In
North Edenton with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. R. L- Ward of
North Edenton called on Mr.
Mrs. J. G. Goodwin Sunday even
After a week’s visit to Mrs. R.
W. Turner, Misses Lena Hoilo
weil and Elsie Turner have return
R W. Turner spent Saturday
in HobbsviUc with relatives.
Mr. Johnny Jordan called on
Mies Bessie Chappell Friday
Mr. Carroll Mundeo of E City
spent a (aw days last week at the
home of Mr. K. T. MiaxelL
Mias Sadie Boswell entertained
company last Thursday.
Last Wednesday evening Mr
and Mrs. JEL W. Turner entertain
ed a number of their friends In
honor of their guosts, Y?t»t«
Lena fioilowell and Elsie Turner.
The Using room was prettily de
corated with ferns and cat ’Bow
ers and here the guests enjoyed
various games before they were
invited into the d •nlng room,
where the long table with its
cloth of snowy linen end center
piece of cut Bowers, presented
an Inviting picture. Ddiciooi
cream and cake were served.
Those who enjoyed the evening
were Miner Maggie Phelps of
Plymouth, Sadie Boswell, Bessie
Ohappell. Lena HoUovsli and
Elsie Turner, Mr. and Mrs. N. E.
Chappell and daughter, Blanche.
Mr. and Mrs J. E Ohappell and
daughter, Mary, Messrs. Hildred
Jordan of Hertford, Carroll Man
den of B. Chv, Ernest and Wal
ler Boswell, Patrick Ward, John
"V Jordan, L\ H. ai d N. S. Chap
Me**/*. C. H Chappell. Mil
dred and Wallace cal/rd at the
home of Mr. B. yi. Timer Fri
U T. Miascll called'on Edward
Chappell Sunday cveafag.
Mr. Dan Rogetson and family
front aear Hertford *pent the
week-end at the home of Mr. J.
Mrs. N 1 Chappell and daugb
ter, Blanche, kisses Mary Cart
wright and AJden . White were
guests of Mra. R. W. Turner oa
Mr. Lewis Bo*well made Ms
usual call Sunday.
Mr. Charley White, Bosley,
4an tell yoa of the aarita of
National Hog Cholera Proven
Chas. R. Robertson
ftiem Couisstn irrni
j2-2S££sasl 36Roanoke Dock,
W. L. WIImw >*«Ttv|. f fl
FARM "BOR SALE!!
A big bargain 44 miles from Nr rfolk on the Attest con
crete road in the State, containing 186 acres, about tft
acres in high state of cultivation, light toil, | mile to elec
tric line, 7 room residence, large barn and other out build
ings. 8-room tenant house, shipping facilities on the place.
This farm is a very cheap one. No land in Its neighbor
hood for anything like this price. Terms can be made.
Price 816,00a t
ROWE & COMPANY
243-4 Arcade Building NORFOLK, VA.
Mb. Nellie White of Hertford
k visiting relatives sod friends
Miss Laide Hobbs entertained
a number of her friends Saturday
evening in honor of her guests,
the Misses Hobbs of Corapcake.
Mr. I. W. Hobbs and family
from near Edcnton motored here
Sunday and spent the day with
relatives They were accompa
aled home by Miss Iona Roun
tree who will be their guest for
Mr. Johnny White and sister.
Mias Oleo, spent from Friday un
til Sunday with Mr. Waddell
1 obbs and Misa Etta.
Messrs. S. L Hollowd!, Leon
Hobbs and W. D. Hobbs, Misses
Rllle Rountree, Ethel Carter,
Mary Mitchell and Sib> 1 Russell
went to Gatesvilk Sunday after
noon to visit Miss Amy Riddick.
Revival services will begin at
Hobbsville next week. Services
afternoons and evenings.
Miss Gladys Hinton speat a
few days last week with her sis
ter, Mrs. T. W. Blanchard.
Mbs Nellie Blanchard is here
on a visit.
Misses Mary Mitchell and Rtbel
Carter are visiting Mrs. E. A.
All Hog Rakers will eventual
ly buy It. Rational Hog Ghokra
Mr. William EtfcarMjt Daatf
On Monday evening, Ang. §7,
Mr. William Etheridge departed
this life in tha 68th year of hla
age He suffered a paralytic
stroke, from which he never re*
covered, about tea day* ago.
All was done for him that loving
heads could do, and he bore hie
sufferings patiently, but be could
not stay longer with aa In this
cold world—God had prs pared a
place for hire in that firewtlfnl
Heavenly home and could not
wait longer to call him. The fu>
■end was conducted from the
home by Eev. Joaiah BlHfttt and
the remains laid to coat In
cemetery. He lanvee to mourn
their lorn a mother, bu.,
Kennedy, a wife, two daughters,
Mrs. Bradford QhappeU of Fbplar
Heck and Mim Ottie **tmlitge.
five sons, Mr. HssdtnM »»w
ridge of Bdentoo, Messrs. » ■*
Sidney, Jet and ^»Tnr~ Etheridge.
“ Tis bard to break the »~rfrr
When love has bound the heart,
’Tis hard, so hard to apeak the
‘We must forever port.’
“Dearest loved one, wo amt lap
la the peaceful grave's flirt la.
Bet they memory bill bechcrieed
’Till we see thy heavenly fact.M
> H. C. HOGGARD & COMPANY '
Real Estate, Rentals »H Aoctiaaem
Salt 400 Dicfcsen Balldiai
Pfco~666 M6RTOUL VA. J
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aad o*ar teatea. BcaatifeJ Water hvete, ee Teak, Im, .
her. Liate aaa* ha.