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North Carolina, Beaufort
^ ' '' I fll AlUn ^
Chalhe J. Allen. *
The defendant above nkmed will
take notice that an^acUo? an titled at
?bore has been commenced In the [
tiupertor court or beaurort county
tor the purpose of oRaiiflninpSr ,
-TQjce absolute; ??4 th? ?nid -defend--}
ant "will further lake notice thai-she
la required to appear, at the term .oj
the Superior coutt of aald cqunty, to
be held on the thlrd-MOhday Tif Oc^
tober, 1909, at the courthouse in aald
cuunty/^q- Waihtngtou. n. O.. and
anaweror demur to the complaint 1c
?aid autluu" ur ihe plalntlir vrtll ap
y io tne court for the Mliefde-.
manded In aald complaint.
THa 7th day of Sept., 1909.
QBO. A. PATTT.
Clerk oTH8~8uinu Ujr Court.
North Carolina, Beaufort county. In
the Superior Court. J. W. Stewart
?a. C. C. Sparrow.
' Pursuant to a Judgmgjat_rendered
? at the May term, 1909, of the Su
perior, court of Beaufort xoiintSL In
tne above entitled action, tne undfif
aigned commissioner, duly appointed
therein, will, offer for aalfc and *111
art!, at the oourthonae door In Beau
fort county, Washington, N. C., on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, at 12
o'clock m., to the blgheat bidder for
cash, the following described prop
erty, towlt: All that tract of land
lying and being lh ttie State of North
Carollnsu county of Beaufort, bound
ed and described aa follows; ? Begins)
ning at a stake in Blount's ditch, at
R. O. Preacott'a corner and running
? aouth 199* polea tn H. R. Cayton'fi
i_ line, thence east 40 poles and 4 1-2
? links to 8 ? M Sparm
thenpe north 199 polea to Blount's
ditch, thence 40 poles and 4 1-2 links
to the beginning, containing 50 acres
more-or less. Ternia: Cash, deed to
be mane when uie m appro*
~-'.ffrdge of OupeHer
This the d day of September, 1909.
? "I- AM--ni'N"y, Jr.,
'* NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION.
Having this day duly, qualified be-^j
of Beaufort county as administrator
of the* estate of Olivia R. Fleming,
deceased, ^ all "persons Indebted to
said estate aj*e requested to make
aettlement with me; and all persons
holding claims' against the Bald es
tate are notified to file the same, duly
Itemized and verified, as prescribed
_by law, wlthta one v<*av ?from tfriy|
date,, el?e this notice will be pleaded
In bar of their recovery.
August 28, i96a. ~ *
Admr. of Olivia R. Fleming, .decM.
Sealed bids for the erection of two
bouses, one at or near the foot of
Pungo Creek Bridge.^ and the other
? ?nulling ne4x the draw of Pantego
Creek Bridge, will be received by
the Board of County Commla8loners
_ on the first Monday in October, 1909.
to be opened at 12 o'clock m.
Bids can ae for either one or both
Plana and specifications can be
seen at-tbe-olBee of the -undersigned. }
la mkalm nil bids inner ha illrarf-ad.
Thia September 7, 1909.
" O. RUMLBYi ? I
Clerk to Board.
CITY TAXES. *
^ Th?^ of
to the undersigned, and this la to no
tify /d\ owners of property subject to
tax that I am ready to receive taxes
for. the eHIUIllg ;w. Tliey must l?
? collected at- once,
W. B. WINDLEY, City Clerk.
"October 7, 190#.
NOTICE OK SALE. ~
nt tha pnw?r pf ^l#> gnn
? ??toed in i mnrtgsgw riftfKl jflH
br -Samuel 8. HajrdlsOn and wife to
C. If. BroWrT/^aated i't-^ay of' June,
1908. and duly recorded jp book No.~
138, pace 428, Register's ofllMJIf
Beaufort, county, which is referred
? to, I will offer for sale to the high
eat bidder at public auction, for cash,
at the courthouse door, in the town
III WMaiHUJIU JI^V, UU M61IDA?|
OCTOBER 4, 1909, at 12 o'clock, the
"followtog deeerl bed property, to-wit:
A certain lot of Implying and being
in the city of Washington, county of
Beaufort, State of North Carolina,
and being the eastern half of lot No.
107 fn' that' part of said city called
"MmiBf - Town/' -sKuatedr on the
north aids of Second street and hav
ing a frontage on Second street of 50
feet, and running" north 210 feet.
Bounded on the north by tfre lot oif|
Mary T. McDonald, on the ess t by the
lot of 8. R. Fowle. on the by the
lot of John Dowty and on <ne south,
by Second street, and being, the same,
lot of land conveyed by C* M. Brown
r tna -wtfs w hg
deed dated June 1, 190S, which Is
daly recOfffM 111 the Register's offlce
of Be?ufoTt county, and Is herein re
This September 1, 1909.
WEUBES^TQ DRAW tQ- YOUR NOTICE
^Unr nfet tw~ yourhmuranft Toes not run forever^ Suppose you;
.lobk up yo^rr policies Trad ne? If they are not riear to'sxpitattoh. V
II \ \ ? IS ATHUiD TO VOtK INSURANCE \
and we will look^after the renewals without any "BMller on your part. N-v |
TJiat mea&s you will always be keptMnfcur?d t\(l Jiot-run. the xl?k_qf_^_
losing- olfaction, through. forgatfulnef^^rgbsenc^^ron^i^i^^w^^^^l
-Use By Directions and Note Results.
WHO HAS YOUR
> V": ~ ; ;
CARL D. PARKER, Gen'l Insurance.
Four Ye are Experience.
Havens-Small Bid'g ' ? 'Phone 85
Was paid by tho Roy* I Tailors for one insertion
otjhe two-page ad. in the last issue of the Satur
day Evening: Post.
. Reod it." ? ~ . ?
lepieseut them exclusively here.
Wright's Tailoring Parlors,
"Who Tailor Best in Washington."
^1/E are headquarter* for- floor Coverings- We are showing an ex
it tensive line 1-4, 1-2, and all wool Ingrain. A!so Brnsselsin Stair
I Carpet and Stair Patterns. Art Squares 6x9,8x10, 9x12 feet. in Crex. Gran
ite. Ingrain, Brussels, Arminister. We have a large and varied line of
=R U G S
In all allea and |
| special Velvet
J. F. BUCKMAN & SON
>ri?M>apittcrn? fn-waim.il.. V. l..?_n ? - -,r I 1
1 Velvet Rug 27x54, .1 $1.9* and $2.25. 2hey?"e e<"ual <o JtStS -
rfoquette at a much higher price. < / \
WE SELL FURNITURE.
Your Opportunity -h
While we are placing our line of Heat
ing Stoves on show, to select from
the iarge variety of Wood and Coal
ten. It will be our pleasnre to
; y our order and pluce~ one in your
house, store or office Before the colcf
weather begins. You are invited to
' IIWHJE W BALE. 1
Bjr-rtrtu?r or ft jwfw of. t&e- Sifc
perior Court of Beaufort county, in
a special proceeding ^herein pending |
entitled Hooker -and wife,
Mary. va. James L. Mayo and otberi.
which la hereby referred to, and aa
commissioner therein appointed, I
will" sell at the courthouse door in
Bymjprt cbunty. on MONDAY, OC
T<5BEft 4, 1909. at noon, for cash1
Lip the highest bidder, that certain
.'tract, or parcel of land situated In
.Richland township. Beaufort' county,
adjoining the landB of Br"
J. West, Jaa. Potter, J. W. Mayo and
Trthers; descHSed a* follows: Begin
ning aft an o%k stump In the Spring or
B6b4 line al CM fkXftlin tPBYB -the
head of Snode's creek, and running
noYth 55 weet 249 poles at or near
the Warren line; thence up faupau
swamp south to - west 120 poles;
thence Into the pocoain south l* east
SQO polaa ty yf ?oup tho Miaou Jin. ,
illgftgg^BOrtb >2 eeet 370 poles to
Thos. Campon a line; th^pce north 20
west to the spring or Bond upper
corner In th$ poco?in.!_and with their
line to the beginning. ^ *1
This July 1, 1909.
..A* P*. MACLEAN, Commissioner.
THE NORTH p AROLINA
State Normal and
Course# Leading to Degreed SpSJlal
Courtjs I -cad ins: to Degree. Special
Courses for 1 eacdifctf. Fftlt session be
ElnsSejwecnber 15. 1W. Those desir
\ * early as
SSflon^dS?^1^8 and *'her inf?t
J. I. FOUST , Pres., Greensboro, N. C.
Miss Annie Bell Clark, of Pactolus ;
spent. yesterday In town, the guest of;
Mrs. Lynn Lancaster.
Mra Ti.tjlmi nHm,, b11t1 PhHdrrn
have returned frdtn an extended visit
to Mrs. Grime*' .parents, at Clem
mons, N. C.
~~ ? "'m S w a?
Miss Lottie Blow, of Greenville, |
will ai ilte tills wieuing-fm a tlsit
Mrs. John H* Small.
? ? ? ? '# ? ' "
Miss Mary Hliwhaw, of Winston
9alem, N. C.,- Hir' guest of Mrn.
Junius Grimes, oft Bridge street.
- .?? - m ? ?
The man friends of Mrs. Frank A.
Moss, who has been abroad for sev?
era! months, vrftl be glad to les.ro
that she ^111 sail for New York on
the 28th Inst., and Is expected home
about the middle* of October.
Mr. C. A. "Flowers, of Vandemere.
Is In the city.
Wrlgloy's Spearmint is the gum of
Quality. - **
Fulford returned today
om a business trip tivNew Bern;
Mrs. W. A. lift, of Tarboro, spent
the day here yesterday with friends.
en 'route to New Bern yesterday.
Dr. A. B. Crispin, of Beaufort, who
has been to hj? old home at Aurora,
for some time, passed through the
city yesterday, ew route to his home
Miss Smith, superintendent of the I
Fowle Memorial Hospital, returned
r?emed to please the aulfi^re huge
ly. Tonight there will be shown how
Allen Poe wrote his Immortal
poem, "The Raven." .T^iis Is a. fine
dramatic plcttiTe. A good western
Ira ma will also be put on., and a, good,
assorted list. Don't fail to go to th^
Hem tonight. Kemsmber. a full size
package of Wrigley'a Spearmint gum
will be given to each holder of
ticket. The orchestra will play. |?
| Mrs. J. R. Savage, who has been
-visiting Mrs. J. T. Lewis, left, this
morning for her home In Roper.
where they wenjt to attend the Alll
Mr. C. P. Aronk relumed trnrj
Baltimore a few days ago where he
Mr. O. C." Swindell made a flying
trip to Belhavoa^? __
Misses Effie and Lizzie Latnam.
AnnaLaurft Cutler and Mr. Henri
Latham are guests of Mrs. Alice Res
pass. ' ,
Miss Gertrude Woolard, of Wln
steadville, entered the Ijigh school
here last week. ? ~
Mr. J. B. Clarkand* wife, of BeP
haven, spent Sunday here.
Mr. W. H. Clark and wUs-and lit-,
tie son ,^61 Kdcnton, are the guantB of
Mm. A. E.. Clark.?L
Mrs. D. A. Windley Is on the sick
The first load or cotton of tb6 sea
son was brought to town WoTri?"s?Tav~
from the farm of Mr. 'S. W. Wilkin
The woodn north of here ar? fyJl
of huckleberries, but th(>y are 39 well
guarded by mosquitoes that no white,
man will visit them.
? The surveyors htBre about complet
ed the survey of the town lots for the
proposed drainage district and they
are now surveying, liorth of here,
;The commercial tourists are like
the Irrepressible fly or the poor, be
cause theV are always with us.
" Mr. Tom Watson- lost a valuable
.The most of our people, here are
Cookltes simply- because of the char
acter of the two men as shown by he
conduct in their uncalled for contro
Dry weather is hurting the gard
ens and second crop of potatoes.
~~ -1Cljlg" JnBn. 6TO>? Dlim?f?wamp !
(Mid hW brothac Sam. were in town
Mrs. C. S. Bpencer stepped on a
rusty hall and as a result has a very
?ore Wot. _
The Pan 1 ego and Belhaven Realty
Co. held their annual stockholders'
m..tlng ,thU VmI. Small
M?- McLjIBT or wutmpBn. wgwl
Jliwnt. ThU grtwulnl . favorably
opportunity, Mr. Sm^ll was a*ked toT
deliver an,Vducational address while
here." He consented and delivered
Interesting address to -a large audi
ence at ^he . Academy on Tuesday
on the good work It la doing and
warned the people of thla"<nsfrtcf"noT"
to fajl to" support It financially, as
Mlwea Ruth a>nL_MaujL -Bohua.
fcfcr.i^xret Barrow and Bottle Topping
of Bclhaven, spent Sunday here.
Thd Pantego and Beckwith teams-.
rroKsed bata q? tht? grounds h*?re Sat- .
Urdayf and Beckwith got the beat of
-ttTT^rontept, the wore being 5 to. 7 .
Ab tuost ball games have Teatures,
this game possessed .one too ? the
umpire. The girls are talking about
his vocal work yet. We overheard
'one spectator ask Jones where they
found the "human megapho.ne." The
name fitted part of his performance
tb a T. _ His articulations were awful
ly active and amazingly acrobatic.
Moat of his- decisions were-fortlssl mo -i
though he . uaed the soft pedal "ST j
times and usually got the laugh. '
Beckwlth had the better field sup- ,
port, but both teams connected with ?
the ball often. It, was a pretty game,
run <jr double playS' 1OT plenty of
ginger. _* UH HUH. . !
The following announcement will
bo received with interest by Dally
-News readers ? ?
Mr. Eugene E. Edmonds
requests your presence at the mar
riage of his sister
Mary Elizabeth >
to , " "
Mr. Ottls M. Wlnfleld
Wednesday atXernoon^ October ^txrtr^ _
.. nineteen hundred and nine ?**?
> at Ave o'clock
---307 West Brambleton Avenue
Reception Wednesday, October 13.
from 9 to 12 p. m.7at-52S West Third
street, Washington, N. C. "
MATERIAL BEING PLACED.
Brick and other material Is being
hauled for the purpose of erecting
*.he additional room to the Methodist
Chnfeh ? decided on -by rile official
body of that church last. Sunday. The
room is jo be finished before the se
ries of- meetings In October.
Chew Wrlgley's Spearmint ? the
grim with the lasting fiavo.\
R. & B. Surgical Dressing* are the
best. Sold at Hardy's.
Eggs : 21c
crnwn gfi to 30c
Spring chickens*. 10 to 25c
Hides, green ......... ^ .... 6 to 7c
Hides, Q. S..
Mixed wool ,.18 to 20c
Burry wool V."v. . 10 to 18c
Tallow ? a i-|ft
Wool, free from 'burrs 20c
Lambskin .25 to 40c
Sheerlings . & to 10c
Seed cotton $4.50
Lint cotton .v. rrrr. 12 3-4
A BUSY POeTOW
prepared lor pofoHTTwi*. croop, cold*,
coat hi. frtppc, paint and MTraeu in laittt
and ihreaL EtKrcaJ and |irct qolc*
relief. Aiidraauu. $1.00. 50c. 25c.
DON'T YOU WANT
TO PI T IN
IN YOt R lUH'UU THI? FAIJ,,
SO pot* WILL HAVE A GOOU_
LIGHT ALL WINTER ?
WH AH11 OLA n TO 1'I UV1>'?H ?
Y mf AN ? K8TIMATK FRFKr -
/ND WILL DO THE WORK AT
COST. CALL OH 'PHONE
ONLY THE BEST
HEAVY AND FANCY
Carried, ? W? pImm our
customers or no pay. Try
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you can have a Telephone
put in your house. in the city
"or sft your farm ?< ? yery iur
passingly lovT coat, and save
many a long drive and per
haps a life by being in direct
__ and instantaneous touch wtfh*
7 your Doctor. Grocer, Mer
1 chant- and Broktr,
T Weather reports and mar
I ket quotations can be secured
? Interested parties are re
I quested to communicate with
| Mr. D. W. Bell, M'g'i
CAROLINA TEL. AND
Washington, N. CX
This proposition will inter
est you. and it would be well
to investigate h? fore the ap
proach of the cold Winter
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Price always right, quality the best.
Two delivery wagons and A iieel, which in
sures prompt service. 'Phone 123.
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yhe Grocery Man.
HORSES and MULES
GEO. H. HILL ~~
Vouftiofsewinbe welt cared tor at ?.
|U- -4 Hill's Stables.
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