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to protect yoor funds. Robbers leave you no
receipt for your money. Profit by tbe lessons ethers
have learned in the school of experience. The bulk
of a conservative banks money is invested where rust
does not corrupt nor robbers break in and steal. K
bank account will add to your financial stature and
dive you peace of mind.
~ CITIZENS BANK
EDENTON, N. C.
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I hereby wish to announce my
Fall and Winter
September 14v 1917,
ia my aew piece of basineee ia the Deeae Buildiaf,
Main Street, Gatesrille, N. C. 1 hereby thank the
ladiee for paet far©re aad aek them to call ajain.
M88 WILLIE PRICE
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lamb and
children and Mrs. J. Q. Roger
son returned home Monday after
a visit to relatives and friends ia
After a visit to her cousin, Mias
Mary 8mith, Mias Bf able Harrell
Monday for her hocpe.
Miss Sibyl Smith left Sunday
night fnr Raleigh where the will
attend school. She was accom
panied as far ssHertford by Mias
Vasthi Copeland, Messrs. Free
land Copeland and Julicn Chap
Mrs. W. N. Wooten continues
Messrs. Julian Fleetwood and
Carroll Ward called on Misses
Mary Smith and Mable Harrell
Those who called at-the home
of Mr- B. H. Copeland Sunday
utere Mrs. J. H. Copeland and
daughter, Miaa Vasthi, Mrs. Er
nest Lamb and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Velum Winslow and son,
Mr. and Mrs Archie Layden and
•on and Min Ibbie Perry.
Mettie. Joseph Perry and Bead
Oopeland. Misses Lillie and Ruby
Phthisic were out motoring Sun
Mr. Abbott Weston lost his
milk cow last week.
Mr. M. T. Lane was here Wed
FREE OF CHARGE
Any adult suffering from eoagh, sold
or bronchitis, U Invited to sail at tbs
•tors of W. A. L ggett aod gat abso
lutely tree, a sample bottle ot Bee
cbse’j Oermaa Syrap, a soothing and
healing remedy tor all long troubles,
wfalob has n serveseful reeorc of fffty
yean. Gives the patient a good
hlffht’n real free from oooghiaa, with
free expeotoratloo la the morning.
Begular sines. Iff and 70 eaata Paf
tale In all efvUlned eonntrtea. ad.
The Thrice-a-Week World of
New York, and The Albemarle
Observer, both one year 91.70.
Send subscriptions to The Albe
marle Observer, Bdenton, N. C.
ir.Hiog’s -New Life Pill*
"*• — *««•» I — M,e wetM
We can forapb yon
Any Style of Fence
yon may want, for
Out fades ia thoroughly tcated—bog tight
dad boll rtroag. For loag Ufa aod effective
„ gaaranteo it to excel aay other fence
aade at tbo price.
Ask Us About, the Test
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Gum Pond News.
Mias Gertrude Bass spent Sat
urday night with Miss Myrtle
Misses. Ki'sie Bui ch and Gracie
Ashley, Messrs. Jimmie and J no.
^ Bunch spent Friday night in
Miss Lottie Wiison visited Miss
Listie Hass Sunday
MUs Agnes Bass dintd with
Miss Nclia Ba s Sunday
Mr John G. Hunch spent the
»ee*<nd with relatives neat
Mrs. Annie Shelton and baby
of Norfolk are visiting her sister,
Mis. W . A. Bass.
Misses Viola and Lottie Wilson
visited Miss Martha Harrell Sat
Mesdames L. C. and H. P.
Wilson visited Mrs. W. L. White
man Friday afternoon.
Mist. Elsie Bass spent Bunday
with Miss Lennie Wilson.
Mr W. C. Hollo well and fam
ily spent Saturday night andean
day with Mr and Mrs. A. BasS
Misses Zonie and Mattie Wnj
man entertained company Sat-^. ^
day evening. Those prc. '</\
were Misses Isa Bunch, Martha
Harrell, Viola and Lottie Wilson,
Agnes and Litsic Bass, Messrs
Patie Perry, Cara Bass, John Oli
ver, Ernest Williams, Jim Har
rell, Curtis Wilson, Horace and
Misa Lonic Harrell entertained
company Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. f. Bass spent
bunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Bass of Brayhall.
Mrs. H. P. Wilson visited Mrs.
John Nixon Sunday afternoon.
Miss Blanche Smith entertain
ed -company Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bass, Mrs
Annie Shelton and baby spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Privott of Green HaiL
Mrs. Mollie' White wa^l
guest of her daughter, Mrs. B.&.
Mrs. L. C. Nixon and son, Hal
let, visited her daughter, Mrs, W.
A. Nixon, Saturday afternoon
Miss Grade Ashley spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with
Miss Rosie Bunch.
Mr. George Bunch and family
spent Sunday with his sister, Mn
Mr. L. G Wilson and daugh
ter, Lennie, spent Monday in E
Mr. and Mrs Ned Bunch visit
ed his brother, Mr. K. R. Bunch
Will cur* your Bkmuutim
Neuralgia, Headache*, Crampe,
2oUc, Sprain*. Braise*, Cut* and
Barn. Old Some, 8 tin a* of Insects
ftc Aarioaptie Assigns, used ta
pnally and externally. Price 25c,
Rocky Hock items.
Mr. Raleigh Hoiloweil and tit
ter, Lillie, .pent the week-end
with relative* beyond Bollard’s
Mr. R. W. Leary and family
■pent Saturday night and Sunday
ML** laa Byrum has been visit
ing in Eden too for a few dayd,
Mias Myrtle Hoiloweil enter
tained company at the home of
Mr. B. B. Hoiloweil Saturday
and Sunday night.
Mrs. Lena Bright and children
retamed to their home in Nor
folk Monday after a visit at the
home of Mr. t. B. Whiteman.
Mr. Thoa Perry'a family spent
a few days last week fa Bertia
Mr. W. W. Harrell is all tmilaa
—It's a girL"
Mrs. Naaaie Parrish and child
ren cams home Satarday after a
rhlt to relatives la Bdentoa.
Mrs. Jim Parrish and children ac
compacted than* home.
Mi«« Blanche Moore and
Pattie Blount Newby of Hert
ford are visiting Miss Evie Baker.
They, with Miss Baker, took sup
per with Miss Salltc Winslow S»t
Miss Anna Whitehurst of E
City >s visiting at the home of
Mr. J. F. White. •
Misses Eva Baker, Blanche
Moore and Pattie Blount Newby
entertained Misses Sallic Wins
low, Anna Whitehurst, and Pearle
W lute, Messrs. Lin wood, Lindsey
Elisha, Worth and Linford Wins
low, Oliver White, Ralph White.
Edgar Riddick and Jesse Roun
tree Hunuay afternoon
Muses Anna Whitehurst of E.
City, Ethel McDanel of Coving
ton, Ky , Pattie Blount Newby
ank Blanche Moore of Hertford,
Bvie Baker and Sylvia White
took supper at the horse of Mr
J- P- White Mooday. They were
joined by a large number of young
people in the evening.
I Mr. Ernest White and famMy
Ifootored to Symons Creek Bun •
Mr. Worth Winslow and Miss
Anna Whitehurst attcoded church
at Sandy Oroas Tuesday after
Iron Fine For
II Troubled With Sore Bleed
ing Gama, Uee Thin Mouth
Waeh The Dentist Ueee
Good For Cuts And
Any person troubled with
•ore nlceding gum*, which of
times are almost too sensitive to
tooeh. Will be elated alter rinsing
the moath with a ha if-and half
solution of water and natnral
iron, known as "Acid Iron Min
eral’' which may be secured at
most every drag store.
Dentists ase it to stop bleediog
and a* e month wash when ex
tracting teeth and it la perfectly
harmless. It acta as a germicide
and antiseptic as wall as a splen
did healing agani. ,
For oats, this same natural iron
is fine. Pouring n Hula on the
•pot stops bleediog and prevents
•cranes* and festering. Thous
ands of people tronblcd with old
some never heeling have found
tbe solution in Acid Iron Mineral
which being a highly eoooentrat
ed form of natural Iron makes s
superb external remedy.
Go to the Merest drag store
and ask for s bottle of Acid Iron
Mineral. If druggist hasn't It
send $1 to the Kerrodine Chemi
cal Corp.. Roanoke, Vs., for a
NOTK: For piles, nU**-rs, sores
Sa<) skin affections, the Ferrodine
Chemical Corp. baa perfected an
ointment consisting of this highly
eoooentrated natural Iron sod
foothiag medicinal elements,
which combined makes Ibis oint
Ask y oar druggist for s fifty oeni
jar of “A-I-M Ointment” or aeod
Doatb Of An Infant.
Edward Leroy Haaeell, the lit
tle son of Georgs sad Mery Has
•all, was baried in tbs church
cemetery at Maeedoola on Fri
day afternoon. Sept. 7, at 8:80
o’clock. The child wae about
fourteen moo tbe old and bed bees
reduced by whooping cough.
Ben. J. O. Alderman conducted
tbe faneral service. The service
wae attended by a Urge crowd of
Mothers Know That
*»•« MVTfttfk MW »t*
Mr. Charlie Hofler and sister,
Mia* Lucie, dined with Miss
Sibyl Russell Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs P. D. Hobbs call
ed to see Mrs. Willie Hofler Sun
After spending a while with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Winslow, Mr and Mrs. Willie
Welch and children left Monday
for their home in Kingtree, S. C
They were accompanied home by
Mf. Joe Winslow, Misses Grace
Welch and Charlotte Winslow.
Misaes Winslow and Welch will
attend school there this winter.
The Misses Bagley of Muddy
Cross spent a tew days last week
with Miss Nina Hobbs.
Miases Maggie and Lizzie Moore
visited friends here from Friday
Mr. and Mrs. L W. Hobbs and
children oi Edenton spent 8un„
day night and Monday here srith
Messrs. Leon Hobbs and Ro
bert Hofler motored to Whaley
ville Monday to visit friends.
Miss Myrtle Hofler entertained
company Friday evening.
After a two weeks' stay with
relatives near Edenton, Miss Iona
Bountree came home Sunday.
Messrs. Lioyd and Dewey
Hathaway left this week for Dur
ham. where they will attend
Mra. J. W. Hobbs of Norfolk
is here the guest of relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hobba,
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hobbs and
baby. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Hobba
and ton of Bdcnton, Mr. and
Mrs D. J. Rountree and child
ren were guests at the borne of
Mr. H. O. Holler Sunday.
Miss May Perry of Oliden visit
ed Miss Clara Carter the past
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All kinds and all grades, as am stubs
$12 up. Instruction book with each ma
chine Type sod repair parts tor all
**»'aa Tvra Format. Bcrvano, M.T
W. 8. PRIVOTT,
OSes opposite Court Boris*.
rat cm;. ,, „
KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE .
Oar (apply tad repair buaiaeaa ia incidental
to our buaiaeaa e! aelling car a. '
In other worda we do not have to depend on
repair work and aale of anppiiea
for oar entire profit.
Thin fact ia all to your advantage. We can
aave you money and we do it.
At the aame we guarantee you the very beat
that there ia to be bad.