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Dr. Speight has moved into
his new residence on Bank St.
Mrs. II. M. Jacobs has re
turned from a visit to her mother
Mrs W. S. Davenport of
Mackeys was here Wednesday in
connection with installing ex
hibits for Roper Community
Mrs. W. J. Moore and daugh
ter, Miss Eiiie, of Estill. S. C,
ti.-o guests of ner daughter, Mrs.
VV. M. S -idler, having motored
here vi i Ash'L-viiie.
Prof. R L Green, Sunt of
U p Grade.! Scnoois and family
are ojping the residence va
ciU-J by l) opeiii'ht, formerly
tli3 Kosoi: gor residence.
Mrs G. A ivce and children
of ', w. re guesc of Mrs.
B S Ci ark Tuesday and Wed
nesday. rdr.il ce sp nt Tins
day idiiL with Uev N. L. Sea
Special Excursion Fares.
Eound trip rates to Nevvbern, N.
C. Account EASTERN CARO
LINA FAIR October 16-19, 1917.
Tickets on sala daily.
October 15tn to 19th, final limit
for return October 20th, 1917.
J. F. Dalton,
General Passenger Agent.
J. I'j. Pacip.- and i-J. II. L'j-xi
will operate the B!ou..t: gin this
season, and are expected te start
up next week. The chiton crop
in this section is vary poor owing
t- unfavorable season during ihe
It is rumored that the Com
pany has sold tne residence now
occunied bv W. N. Duval U
Thos L Wynne, and throne ad i
joining to Mr. VV. J. Che son, !
botu ,r vuom will m vo hsv
smeiiaie during the wintf.j..
Also, the red -nee now oer.i j
pied by tr. T. L Know!- e i
been sold to C. Ainr-'ey vi.o '
will move here about Ja:;. Is'; j
Having concluded a de,-l for!
the E B. Leary hornstcad, on !
Main St.. W. M. B-uerna:i is now j
a?srnhling the material for a;
handsome brick residence to b
erected where ;h o!d rerifb.n.-o
now (Stands. Thj old house will
b moved back to tV.ce ou P ume;
S:. Ue proposes to sell fi for :
residence lots a greater part of j
th- in and Plumo St. front-j
a:e. Ovvinr: to ihe p?e-et;t;
scarcity of residences for rerr, !
it is expected that building of i
new h'-:vcs will be greatly stim
ulated within the next few
Under and by virtue of an order oi
tho Superior Court of Washington
County, made in the special proceed
ing entitled U. W. Patrick and Sarah
V. Spruill vs. Nathan Whitfield, the
undersigned commissi mors will on the
10th day of No-ember, 11)17, at 12 o'
clt ck M., at the court house door in
Plymouth, N. C. offer lor sale to the
highest bidder for cssli that certain
tract of laud lying and being in LocV.
Mills township, Washington County,
North Ca-olira, aid adjoining the
lauds of N. (i. Sneil and others, ;iiul
more fully described as IVlows. tu-vi :
Adjoining tho lands of G. L. .'!:s!oy
on the nirh, A. 1). Snel! on tlio cas",
N. T. !!rH';("! on the south and A.
R. Iv:r.i M !i liie west, a; .1 better
known as the o'u John Spraill farm,
eonlainiiig Hi) acres more or loss.
This Stlfdav of October, 1917.
MARTIN & MIDGI'.TT,
IN THE DISTRICT COURE OF
THE UNITED STATES FOR
THE EASTERN DISTRICT
OF NORTH CAROLINA.
In the mafter of ) No. 43
THUS. S. FOLi:V, In Dankiuptcy.
u. the Honorable II. G. Connor, Judge
of the Dt.ict Court of the United
Si.uei for ;ho Eastern District of
I,' :h Ciirjlina
'i i y. Foley of Crcswell, in the
County of Washington and State
o N. t. ., ia said District, respect
fully represents :
That on the 28 day of April, last past,
he was duly apjudged bankrupt under
the Acts of Congress relating to bank
i uptcy ; that lie has duly surrendered
NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAIL
SOUTHERN STATES EXPOSI
TION October 13-20 1917.
October 15-17, 1917.
R und trip tickets on sale
October 10, 11 and 12. 1917.
Final limit for return October
Subscribe to the Beacon.
ail los property and rignts ot property,
;'.:k1 has fully complied with all the re
quirements of said Acts and of the
urdors of the court touching his bank
rup'.cy. U'uorefore he prays that he may be
decreed by the court to have a full
discharge from all debts provable
r.:ir;ast hi estate under .said Bankrupt
Act?, except such debts as are excepted
bv law from such discharge.
'Dated this 2d day of Octo. A. D.1917.
THOS. S. FOLEY, Bankrupt.
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
Eastern District of N. C, s$.:
On this 2nd day of Octo. A. D. 1917,
on reading the foregoing petition, it is
ORDERED BY THE COURT, that a
hearing bo had upon the same on the
5th day of Nov. A. D. 1917, before said
court at Wilson, N. C, in said District,
at 12 o'clock noon ; and that notice
thereof be published in the "Roanoke
Beacon" a newspaper printed in said
District, and that all known creditors
and other persons in inteeest may ap
pear at the same time and place and
show cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of said petitioner should not be
And it is further ordered by the
ourt, that the Clerk shall send by
inal to all known creditors coDies of
said petition and this order, addressed
to them at their places of residence as
Witness the Honorable II. G. CON
NOR, Judge of said Court, and
Seal the seal thereof, at Washing
.if the ton, in said District, on the 2d
Court. day of Octo., A. D., 1917.
A. Maio, Deputy Clerk.
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tha man past middle age who has
succeeded, beyond his own expectations;
his school-mate v.'ho has miserably failed, and the
answers will agree that the bank account, properly
nurtured, is man's best friend and helpmate.
Isn't the unanimity o5 this advise, born as
the result nf Experience, Significant to you?
14 I I , k
you do away with one horse
you add the equivalent of 20 acres to the
capacity of your farm. Government statistics Drove it takes
20 acrqs to feed one horse. Do all your hauling and the same amount of
work you now are using horses for and turn the acres that you feed your horses
from into acres to raise profit -making crops for you,
The profits you take out of the acres saved for crops
by using Smith Form-a-Truck to do your farm haul
ing will easily put $300 into your saving every year.
And you will get in addition a tremendous saving in
time. For Smith Form-a-Truck will get to town
and back in the time it takes horses. Use this
time in town or home with your family. -
Don't get up before sunlight and stay out until after
dark. You can do in the morning between six
-r -. J
and noon with Smith Form-a-Truck what it 1-es
from four in the morning until nine at rr-ht
When you have extra heavy loads to haul, i
of taking horses away from actual farm
sacrificing plowing, cultivating or other r
in the field you can put the extra load
Form-a-Truck, use only one man for tho tr:;j ani
save all this additional expense. '
Use Any One of Shi i
Using any one of six chassis, Smith Form-a-Truck combines with any Ford, Maxw-'1 rin-c -, 0o
Buick, Chevrolet or Overland chassis to make a fully guaranteed one-ton truck. It p i; ; vo rf
Tlio F.eary portion of illartrationyiil Pi$J
Viii shows the Smith Form-n-Truck ut- N?''
taclimeni. which can bl SO'jfc of
V,hv 'tt' "olted to the power plaot Sr
'' 'ij with a vue-Uie rrip. p
truck construction that will stand ud un cr llie hard.
est hauling you could ever do.
When You're m Town Dr i hi When 70U Rl'e in
v a niui ruiin-a-iruc!t ic win pay you Wcii.
, ,f ;r?s
: DEAD DOLLAR
It is buried by you in some out-of-the-way place. It's a
n.nlv wnrrv tn vnn. It's n temnfntinn to others. The
w j j j r
p very hird of the air cany the neM s It's a constant men-
aoe to your life. There is a place where that dollar will
be a living joy to you where you can ?hvays get it and
where it h .safe. That place is here.
I he teopSe9s iSank
CRESWELL, N. C.
H. G. WALKER J. C. GATLIN
1 come to those who have the if
To The Farmers gf Wash
ington and Adjoining
We have on hand now for delivery at cost Rye,
Wheat and Clover seed. Call and get what you want
If we can be of further service to you let us know.
Have you enough funds to harvest your crop?
If not probably we can help you.
Yours ever to serve,
Washington County Bank.
money to make leisurely trips.
Why don't you plan to see
something of the country this
year? It's mighty good coun
try to get acquainted with! t
Start a Travel Savings Account
With Us This Week
THE BANK OF RO?ZR
ROPER, N. C.
The bst Hjrsjj and Males, fl.iiss. Harness and
Sadies at J. S. Shugar's.
Jast arrive J vvith a cap hxl of t'12 vj.y bast hDrsas and
mala3 that can 02 ffithira 1 in t:i 3 W- rt. Lir.i siz j jand extra
gj3d stjek. W-3 sairmto'j siti-ifiction to all of oar customers,
aad ramambsr that wj ai3 h t-3 to sUv to ssrve y ou and we
will cirry a full supply fr:n no.v on. V3 invite you to make
our stable3 your hsadqairtor.i while in town.
J. S. SllJ-JAl. President
Kentucky horse & Mule Exchange,
Brick Stables Plymouth, N. C.