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West Raleioh. N. C. Nov. 17
The attention ol all graduates
and students of the North Caro
lina College of Agriculture and
Mechanic Arts is called to the
"The examination of candi
dates for provisional appoint
ment as second lieuterants in the
army will begin on January 29,
1(J27. Applicants for authority
to undergo this examination
should forward their appications
to tho Adjutant General of the
Army at as early a date as prae
ticible and, in any event, not la
ter than January 15 1917, as ap
plications after that date may be
too lale for proper consideration
in connection with this examin
A large rumber of vacancies
now exist in the grade of second
lieutenant in the line of the army
The pav of a second lieutenant is
1,70) yearly. Officers receive
10 p. c. on the yearly pay of the
grade for each term of live years!
service, not to exceed 40 p.c. in
all. Dae to th- increase of the
Army, provided by the National
Defence Act, promotion for offi
cers entering at tin ; lira'1 prom
ises to be unusually rapid. Can
didates must be between 21 anc
27 yesrs of age '.vhui ap) inted.
Graduates of the A. a. id M.
College vvili be exempted from
examination in certain subjects
udoii uroof of graduation. Thc-
cducational requirements for en
try into the Army as second
lieutenant are given in General
Orders No. 64. War Department
1915, copies of which, together
with appiieati-m blanks for ad-
mission t ; examination, may be
had upon request to the War
Department, Adjutant General's
Office, Washington, D. C.. or
President's c ilice A. and M. Col
lege. West haleigh, N. C.
Condensed Statement of Condition cf
PLYMOUTH, N. C.
At the Close of Business November 8, 1916.
Loans & Discounts $8 6,427. " !
Furniture & Fixtures 1 ,8 1 0"
Cash & due from Banks 30,895.53
COMPARATIVE DEPOSITS jSJgygggJISlI gggiS
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Kentucky Horse & Mule Exchange
Under the Management of
J. S. SHUGAR, Plymouth, N. C.
The people cf Washington and adjoining counties can
take 'notice that the Opening Sale of Horses and Mules
will begin tomorrow, as we expect the first shipment of
one car-load today. Do not be misled. We are here
with the stock to suit all, and at prices that will interest
you, and animals that will satisfy you. We propose to
carry a complete stock all the time from now on.
BUGGIES & HARNESS
We purpose tc cary this season a large sotck of High
Grade Vehicles and Harness, Sadies, Robes, whips, blan
kets, Ei a, and will be glad to serve all who are in need
of such. In our new brick stables we will have ample
room to take care of a large number of horses and we
invite the public to make our stables headquarters when
in Plymouth. If in need of horses and mules wait for
our opening sale early in November. We will have the
stock and prices that will interest you, and will guaran
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N OTIC E.
D ir!!.:o of a'ithorit7vs!ed in mob,'
ori ccrliu't mo'trairo ciatel trie Jinn
day of April, i by (eo. Downing
a'iu wite, ana recorded in trie Kegister
of Deeds office in Washincrlon County
in book 07 pa.u'e 12(j9, I shall offer for
sale at pubiic auctiou nt theCourtllouse
door in Plymouth on Monday Dec. 4th.
l'JK), at 12 o clock a. m. the tollrwin
iescribed tract or la no !yin- and beinir
ti the County of Washington and
known and dcsina.ed as follows, viz
Vll that certain tract of land in the Mc
Jrae quarter in two tracts convoyed to
aid downing by Howcot and M. Lanier
me containing lo acres joining John
lorton and Jack Iilount, also his one
ot described in said deed above one
juarter acre. Also one small mare this
lay purchased of said party of the sec
n'd part, also four cattel and all my
niggies, carts and farming utensils
This tlie 3rd. day of Cecember 191G.
J. S Shugar, Mortgagee
By virtue of authority vested in me
by a mortgage deed executed by Stew
art E. Harris and his wife on the l.rith.
lay of Cecember, 1'J13 and recorded in
; he Kegister or Deeds orhce in Uash-
nlou County in Book C4 page 230. I
shall offer for sale at the Court House
ioor on the 1st. day of December, 1916
a certain piece or parcel of land lying
and being in the county of Washington
and described and defined as follows:
to witt: Begining at the division corner
between Thos. E. Allen and J. D. Bell
at the Norfolk & Soushers Railroad,
running boutn bast witn said civision
line so far as to contain Twenty acres
o: land, tnence bouth-West to a post.
tli once North-West to the Norfolk &
Southern Railroad, thence North-East
with the Railroad to the begininc, con
taining Twenty acres of land more or
Thos. E. Allen Mortgagee.
This L. W. Gaylord, Atty. 4t. 11-17,
Our Coat Suits dept. has been kept busy.
Suits coming in on every Express. Rememlber we
quote prices with any Mail Order House in the coun
try. You will find our stock OF SUITS just the ar
ticle you are thinking of purchasing.
Materials, Broadcloth, French Serges,
Gabardines and Poplins.
Just received by express 15 cases of Ladies Shoes. Bronze, Biack ane White.
Boots, Dove Kid Boots, from $3.50 to $5.00.
Having qualified as administrator of
the estate of R. C. Cooper, deceased,
late of Washington County, North Car
o'ina, this is to notify all persons hav
ing claims against the estate of the said
deceased to exhibit them to the under
signed at Creswell, N. C, on or before
November 14, 1917, or this notice will
Lo pleaded in bar to their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
Pu ase make immediate payment.
This the 14th dsy of November, 1D1C.
A. L. Cahoon, Adinr.
ZfiB Vance Njkman, Atty- Gt J
I lie oarae L
ajesoc i neatre
Pugh Midge tt
Plymouth, N. C.
Walu'n-lon Street Plymouth,' N. C.
Attorney & Counsellor at law.
Plymouth. N. C.
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