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Court next week.
Mr. and Mrs Louis assell of
Roper were in town this morn
ing. Miss Helen Jackson of Yates
ville is visiting her aunt, Mrs. R.
Mrs. R. H. Patterson of Wil
son is the gust of her sister,
Mrs. R. A. Williford thi week.
Messrs. A. M. Baines and
John Meuse of Chash Corner,
motored over and spent the day-
wit h friends here last Sunday.
Mrs. Richard Bateman and lit
tie son of Norfolk, are visiting
Mr. Hamilton informs us that
he has a better show this year
thai ever before, and that he
will do his utmost to win the aD
provalofthe Plymouth people.
I Lie ouu w a. n jx IVIUj Ul v 101 u.
J her uncle, Mr. W. J. Jackson.
Miss Neva Nurney of Newport
News, Va., is in town visiting
relatives and friends.
The Methodist Sunday School
enjoyed its annual outing at
Rae's Beach on last Tuesday.
Mr. Gary Campbell spent last
Sunday here with his brother,
M r. Robert Campbell.
Miss Cad Campbell and little
brother Ward are in the city for
a few days visiting friends and
Mrs. R. H. Patterson of Wilson
and Miss Hazel Jackson of Yates
ville are visiang. Mrs. R. A.
Misses Elizabeth and Stella
Avers leit hst Sunday for Nor
folk where they met their sister
Miss Louise, to enjoy a few days
at Ocean View and other resorts.
Mr. Norman Harney, who has
been at the summer school at
Chapel Hill, returned home Sun
day to spend the remainder of
the summer with his parents.
Mr. Plarrv Latham, who has
for the past few months been to
Buffalo. N. Y., Toledo. 0.. De
troit, Mich, and several other of
the northern cities, returned
home last Saturday to stay ur
til called into the aviation ser
vice, to which he has made ap
plication for enlistment.
On Wednesday nieht last the
friends of Mr. Hal Williford wp.rp
delightfully entertained at
dance given by him.
Those present were: Brooke
Kead and Miss Mary Hilliard of
Rocky Mount, Hal Williford and
Miss Corinne Smith, Lloyd Hor
ton and Miss Dorothy Willy,
Francis Bo wen and Mias Eliza-
beth Tucker, Norman Harney
and Miss Mary Smith. Emmet
Blount and Miss Carry Smith.
Fenton Reid and Miss Lillian
Chesson, M. H. Dixion. Jr. anr!
Miss Martha Hornthal. Stags:
Milton HoIIis. Llovd Gilbert.
Robert Blalock and Edgar Lath
am. Chaperones: Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Smith and Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Johnston.
We are after the dollar and in order to get a few of
yours, we will give you better values than E-ve been of
fered you before. If you do not believd j . p-et our
prices and compare them with others and yl be
Always we se!3-
more Goods for' same Monev
Our attention has been called
to the fact that pur list of regis
trants last week contained only
165 names instead of 166 as it
shown. We had to figure this
out from newspaper list, and it
is only a wonder that more er
rors did not occur. The' missing
name is that of Harry G. Walk
er, Creswell, and his serial num
ber is 717, and liability number
It is our desire next week,
now that the date for volunteer
ing is past, to publish a list of
all volunteers going from this
county, and to make the list
complete we ask the parent? or
friends of all volunteers to send
us their names, with branch of
service they entered, immediate
ly. Please do not neglect this
as we do not wish to omit a sin
Chapel Hill School to Open.
Chanel Hill school, near Ply
mouth, will open on Wednesday ,
August 15th. with Miss Edna
Moore of Southport, N. C, as
principal, assisted by Miss Min
nie Hunt of Lexington.
Both these young ladies come
well recommended. The patrons
of the school should do their best
to co-operate with the youn
ladies in their efforts to give the
highest amount of service to
. the children.
V All Next Week.
T'LttlspwWa in this issue will be
( found advertisement of the Ollie
" Hamilton shows, which will be
here all next week. Mr. Hamil
ton himself will be rememberf d
bv manv of the Plymouth people,
he having visited here several
times in the past.
He was last here with the C.
P. Haraden stuws, acting in the
. capacity of chief comedian, and
fpfeecoming a general favorite with
the local people. His little
daughter. Miss Cleo, also be
came well known, especially by
the young folks.
On Tuesday evening at the
home of Miss Gladys Norman a
numberof our young people were
delisrhtfully entertained, games
and refreshments were features
of the well spent evening.
Those present were; Misses
Battie and Maggie Hoggard of
Scotland Neck. Zula Jackson,
Claude Ausbon, Myrtle Bateman
AnnieB rown, Gladys Norman,
Lsola Ausbon and Messrs. Louis
Bateman of Norfolk, Hillary
Jackson, Hubert Jackson, Colon
Gurkin, W. B. Cox, Charlie and
Alfred Bratten, Clyde Hasseil,
Edward Bullock and Philip Still-man.
Mrs. Harriett Woodard
Mrs. Harriett Woodard, aged
78 years, cLed at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. L. S. Landing in
this town on Friday night last.
Mrs. Woodard was the daugh
ter of the late Col. Harry Down
ing, a family closely identified
with the early history of Wash
ington County, especially with
old Lee's Mills, which property
he once owned and operated.
Mrs Woodard had been in ail
ing health for some time and her
death, while sad was net a sur
prise to her friends. She leaves
one son, two daughters and many
friends to grieve for her.
The remains were buried in old
St. Luke's cemetery, near Roper
Sunday afternoon, Rev. Mr. Kel-
sey, her rector, conducting the
SAME GOMpDS FOR LESS MONEY
Buy from US and help US to help YOU.
Our lines of Ladies and Children wear including shoes
and slippers are complete and we especially invite you to
see them before purchasing.
We have a particularly big line of Children and Misses
ready-to-wear dresses and we can save you money on
Our Grocery department is particu
larly well stocked and our prices are
ex remly reasonable.
50 lbs. Country made bay lard,
Nice Country shoulders,
All pork Country sausage, in lark.
If you need any sugar be sure to see us before buying.
A. U. NEWBERRY, Mgr.
Mr, John D. Nurnev Dead.
Mr. J t hn DJ Nurney died at
his home m tnis town on Wed
nesday nicjht at 8:30 o'clock, af
ter a long and painful illneis,
aged about 70 years.
Mr. Nurney was one of Ply
mouth's oldest citizens, and had
been for years a true and faith
ful member of the Baptist
church. He leaves a wife and
one son and a host of relatives
and friends to mourn his de
The interment was made this
morningin the Baptist burying
ground at 10:00 o'clock, the bur
ial being conducted by his pas
tor, Rev. Mr. Myer& in the pres
ence of many of nis old friends.
MT. TABOR NEWS.
Mrs. J. A. Furlough and son,
Jesse have been visitine her
daughter, Mrs. C. H. Ange near
Messes. A. W. Furlough and L.
W. Bateman attended the Union
at Molicies Chapel.
The ladies of Mt. Tabor had a
crathermeat the home of Mrs. J.
J. Davenport on Wednesday
Most of the boys here will not
need any comb for their hair for
sometime. They have been visit
ing Mr, A. W. Furlough and he
has been using his hair clippers.
Mr and Mrs. A. M. Davennort
j were presented with a little b&by 1
(boy last Sunday evening
If you believe in PREPAREDNESS, prepare to pro
tect your PROPERTY with a FIRE policy, your
FAMILY with a JEFFERSON STANDARD LIFE
policy, and yourself with an ACCIDENT & HEALTH
policy. Why take unnecessary RISKS? Nothing but
reliable companies represented.
J. H. SMITH, Gen'l Agt.
Office: Blount Bldg.
Fire, Life & Accident Insurance
With a Bank Account
ABank Account with us is one of the best friends
you can have. It costs you nothing to open it.
We give vou good service courteous treatment
sympathetic attention to your banking needs.
With the strength of a corporation we comLine
the humanity of an individual. Call and see us.
Our latch-string is always out for the new depositor
whether he be great or small.
i ne reopj
CRESWELL, N. C.
H. G. WALKER J. C. GATLIN
Pre? ' dent
n iKnrii life frfl 'ill Ti.il
if it is doing its full duty, is
Your Best Business Friend.
Our most earnest desire is to merit the friendship of
every resident of this community, whetKer our cus
tomer or not. It may be our experience has covered
your particular situation. For disinterested advice
bring your Business Preblems to us.
Wishes to announce that they have an ample supplv
of Cans, Canning Outfits and any other article vcu g
want in the Hardware line.
Call in to see us.
Just across the street from The Washington County Bank.
FOR ONE WEEK
Commencing Monday, August 6th
TEN CENT SHOW
Under, Large Canvas Theatre
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A Great Big Week
Program changed i &ch and
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The Funny Negro
Comedian is with the
show and will make you
The Singing & Danc
ing Child will amuse
t Watch for the big tent Monday Might
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