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north Cawdlaa. Beaufort county. In
. . the Bwwrlar contt. J. b. Alias nf
Oh?Ht?J. A inn. .
defendant tbore Yarned will
t*ke .notice that an actlot^eutltiW w
ahoTft . "tW" '?"B"" *
Superior court ol Beaufort county
Torce abiolu^.f affff tWiala defend
ant will further take notlce'that aha
I la required to Appear at the term ol
thv Superior court of said county, to.
be held on the third Monday in Oc
tober, 1809. at the courthouse in said
county. In Washington, N. d, and
answer or demur to the complaint In
: d?w action^_sHL?ie.pUlntlff will ap
ply to the court for the relief de
h manded in said complaint.
' This 7th day of Sept., 190#.
" . OBO. a: PAUL.
Clerk or the Superior Court.
COMMISSIONER'S HALE. r
North-Carolina, Beaufort county. In
the Superior Court. J. W- Stewart
vs. C. C. Sparrow. J
Pursuant to a Judgment rendered
at the May term, 1909, of the Su
? parlor court of Beaufort county hi
the-abpye entitled action, the under^
signed commissioner, duly appointed
therein, will ofTer for aale and will
Nil, at tije courthouse door in Beau
fort county, Washington. N. C., on
MONDAY,- OCTOBER 4TH, at 12
O'clock in., to the highest bluffer" for
ctash, the following described prop
erty, towlt: All that tract of land
lying and being in the State of North
Carolina, county of Beaufort, bound
? cd and described as follows: Begin
ning at a^take In Blount'p ditch, at
B. O. Prescott's cSrffer and running
south 199 poles to H. R. Cayton's
llne.thencjreast 40 poles and 4 1-8
itnks* tn fl M, flnarrow'i mrnfir.
thence north 199 polea to Blount's
ditch, thence 40 polea and 41-2 links
(o the beginning, containing ?0 aores
more or le?*?. .Terms: Cash; deed to
be made when sale is approved by
Judge of Superior court. ~
This the 3d day of September. 1909.
WILLIAM DUNN, Jr..
^ NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION.
Hiring this day duly qualified be
fore the Clerk of the Superior Court
of Beaufort county as administrator
<ST the estate of Olivia R. Fleming,
. deceased, all persona indebted to
said estate are requested te-make
settlement with me; and. aUpersons
holding claims against the
tate are notified to file the same, duly
Itemised and verified, as prescribed
by law, within one year from thls
date, else this notice will be pleaded
?> In ,Mr of their 'recovery. -
This August 26, 1909.
Admr. of OUvla R. Fleming, dee'd.
The tax books for the city or
(Washington have been turned ' over
. to the undertigned. and this la to no
tify all owner^ of property subject to
f w that T BTT. r? tn rg?'?lv? t?T?a
for tbe ensuing year. They must be
collected at once. .
W. B. WINDLEY, City Clerk.
October 7. l"90i.
Worth Carolina. Beaufort county. In
the " Ifuperidr *'Court.~ Jamea D
. Griffin vs. Margaret Qrlffln.
The dtfehrfant above named will
take notice that an action entitled
-aa above has been commenced in the
Superior court of Beaufort county
secure an absolute divorce froarTne
defendant; and the said ' defendant
will further take notice that she is
required to appear at the term of the
Superior" court of said county to be
linii I ?? nth M? lig ?ft?r the
first Monday In September, It being
? - October 25. 1909. at the courthouae
of said county in Washington, N. C..
'and answer, or <}emur t0 the com
plaint In said action of the -plain
tiff will apply to the court for the re
H?f demanded la saM somplatnt
This 23d of September, 1909.
I GEO. A. PAUL.
Clerk Superior Court.
NOTICE OF EXECUTION 8AU5.
North Carolina, ileaufort County. In
, the Superior Court. The J. E. Ty
gert Company vs. Thos. H. Blount.
Uf tirtiw Ul 111 OwuuUuu
" to the undersigned, from the Superior
court of Beaufort county. In the.
above-entitled action, I will, on Mon
day, the twenty-rtifth (25th) day of
October, 1909 (It being the first day
of the October termv 1 909, .of the Su
t perlor -court of Beaufort county), at
twelve (If) o'clock, no*n. at the
eourtfcouae door in said county, sell
Ja Wiaer. f6r.
aatlsfy said execution. .11- the right,
title and Inloroet -which the said
Thoa. H. Bloooft. Ah. defendant , tkr
In th. f ol I ow UUtOAmcrlbed real es
tate, to-wlt: v
A certain tract or parcel of land
- know, aa ?-?akw SoaM."?>ylng Jo"
northeast ?!.tlw eltrjpt Washington,
In Beaufort cooaly. in tho BUM of
North Carolina; Betfnntn* at a ceit.r
poat on -the Plymouth road, rundlnr
these JOUtV 19 1-2, ?? 2 US f??t;
thence north 4* 1-2 ?Mt 1442 r**;
. thence north J? eaat ,17 test; tkence
fir - ?
COTTON SEED WANTED
or a part of them ? to maintain' needed competition.
fiill a? iu> tutor* telllM. V < '
?" t m
Flr*t Injunnce Agent! la Washington, Ji. C.
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SAVES LABOR. "
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UseJBy Directions and Note Results*
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CARL D. PARKER, Gen'l Insurance.
Four. 'Year? Experience.
Havens-Small Bid's ~~~ 'Phone 85.
In ill and pattt rna in M?|uette. Velvet, Bniaaele. etc. See our
ipecial Velvet Rug 27xS4r at tl.5t ?od 12.25. They ve equtl lo ordi
nary Moquette at a much ptice.
Jviv BUCKM AN & SON
*>?} !' * wEwaw, rv^isfiRE.
h iqr? p ^
Your Opportunity is
While we are placing our line of Heat
ing Stoves on show, to select from
the iarge variety of Wood and Coal
Heaieis. h will Iw oui pleasure to
? ?vwtvta. " ?? KV WUJ piCaSlIIC IU
take your order and place dfie in your
houtfe, store or office before the cold
weather begins: You are invifed to
call and see our stock.
tofore allotted to him, in the above
described land, and subject to which
this sale will be made, is that portion
which Js described as' follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a' hickory at the top
of a hill ip the cow lot south or
southeast of the residence, running
north about fifty (60) east a tllstance
of about 900 feet to an old -puiap.
paint in the lla*- ditch on Lover's
Lane; thence with and triong the line,
ditch and'' Lover's Lane, north about
west to a 3-4 -inch -pipe sunk? in
paid .ditch; thence south about 50
*?st, a distance of about 744 feet, to
a plum tree; thence south about &
west, a distance of about 168 feet, to
a fringe tre* at the corner of H. N.
Blount's porch; thonce south about
60 weat about 56 feetr to a maple
tireej In frqnt of the residence, used
for years as a hitching post; thence
south' about 80 degree* east, a dis
tance of about 255 f?et, to- tho be
ginning; containing about nine. and
faction, by duly authenticated record
of the proceedings for tho voluntary
?dissolution thereof, by the unani
mous consent of all the otockholders*
deposited in m? office, that the New
Era Construction Company, a 6or
TJWatlqn of this State, whose princi
pal office Is situated in the city of
Washington, county of I>e*ttfort,
State** of North Carolina <Qeo. T.
teach being tho agent therein and in
aharga-thar? 1. open whom prucwua j
may be served), hks complied with
the requirements of chapter 21, Re1
Vteal of 1905, entitle^, "Corpora
Mods," preliminary tb thr issuing of
tftit c?rtine?ce o( Dissolution, ;
Now, Therefore* I, J. Bryan Grimes,
Secretary o"! State oT'ihVBtate of
North Carolina, do hereby certify
that U?e. eald corporation d|d. on
tlMi * 7th day of May. low>, flie
in my office a duly executed ahd
atteatcd consent In"
? id cdrp<
> stockholders there-)
3K?5k.uo? of mi
by ?T1 the nucuioiaern tbw?-'
otr wtl.-.h MH gaaaMt. tii.mx, K^ord
?fnr??,ld ?re now.
[?l?ku IMU VUIUDB Sir*. 11. li.
j Sbftw on West Stocond ?treet. >o?
I ierdey for Iter hemer? r? ? ? * ? *)
* Rev. Father Gallagher, who ar- 1
rived from New Bern on Saturday. |
returned yesterday to hU home.
Mr. C. EL_<Canflfild, of Morehead
3Ity, a former resident of this clfyT
w as a passenger on' the Norfolk and
i!r. George R. Fuller, of New Bern,
arrived In the city this morning on
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Mr G. B. Boy4r-4**f''Port8mouth,
Va.. who has been the guest of his
mother, returned to his home this [
Messrs: J. A. Phillips and Edward
j-R. Lewis went to Columbia this]
morning to do some tin work.
v j *rrj?
Mr. Tip Chaunety. who Is employ
ed *i!h the Btmntord oil conjpanr
| of New York, and^ who has-been the
guest of relatives for the pabt ten
Jays. left over the Norfolk and South
ern today for his home.
Mr. and Mrs. A.~TJ! Stern left for|
I.Yeatesvyie this aborning.
Mr. J. R. Kesslnger went to Bel- ,
1 haven this mornlng-on business.
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Mr. -W. E. Jones made a business
tric_to New Bern today.
ExMayor and Mjre. E. T. Stewart
left via tl>P A.T. I. this morning for
an extended Northern trip. While
away they will spend several days
JtMieh a-fNorfolk, Baltimore, Washing
ton City, Philadelphia, New York
and Niagara Falls, returning about
thfijnlddle of October.
V Mr. John Fillford left this morn
ing for a short business trip.
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Mr. Dan -* McKenzie. advertising
agent for Howe's Great London
Shows, which will exhibit In Wash
ington, October 11, was in the city
today in the interest of his company.
County Commissioner L. P. Harris,
of Beckwith, was a Washington vis
"Mr. and Mrs. Charles M^Brown re
turned home last night via Norfolk
?nd Southern, from an PTtftndftd visit
to Western . Carpllna.-'' ~
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S. R. Blgga, of Wllliamston,
arrlrted on the 1:45 p. m. Atlantic
|CoA8t Line train today, to attena tne
funeral of her brother, the late Sam
? ? ?
Rev. A. .McCullen, presiding elder
| of the Washington district, M. E.
Church, has returned to the 6ity. _ j
Mrs. D. M. Carter and Miss. Mary
Carter have returned from an auto
trip to Hyde county*; -They were ac
companied by Mr. W.'T. Bailey, Jr.,.
who took them. While in Hyde they
visited at the home of EzSherifT
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Prof. R. L. Bonner, of Aurora, was |
j . Ir.i1- . _
Mr. J. R. Barbour, of Smfthfield,
Wr~C:, formerly located at Aurorarl
practicing law, was !h the city this|
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? Those who attend the Gem tonighf
will witness a program _full of lnter
USYT "The management has prepare)
program " that, no do^bt, 'will please.
wiul uijiuw. ?1UJ ehiufl, tin 1 1 ItllH fl 1
Gambler, Is a drama t&at takes wher
ever shown. The House at the Bridge
is another drafna the patrons will
like. It is .beautify] in effect. Now
the Forgotten Witch, this- eomlfdy
eannot be excelled - to plot and the
sequence will mak& your tildes split.
The rWood floating and pulp mill
scene Is laid in Canad*. This is a pan-l
orama that will hdld you from start]
to finish.- The rac4 prejudice lit an- 1
other melo-drama *the city will be
glad td. witness. Orchestra tonight.
All att^dlitf the !Qm' lonlght can
rest assured of an' 'evening full of
merriment and ^ I
Died This Morning
The comrnonfty^WMf shocked this
morning wfcen the news Was circu
lated announcing the de^th of Mr.
Samuel S?allwood. son of Mr. John
\V. .ind Enltly D. Smallwood, at the
g?--Vn?t ttrectr jnm:
deceased waa bortrAuguat 16, 1??04
and was 4? years of ag? at the time
pf his death. ? -
uxu.i lof pevf(r^ yeargr suffering I
* M he I
ored those who honored hljn. The )
?&*ny acts of kjndness he ha* shown
toward his fsllowtaan wtit not pub- -
Ibhed to the wurld. What fie Big TU j
done through th?j dictates of a pqre
heart "and willingly. During all his
^Hifferln*, .K? ne^fcr complained; he
bore what^wjjLB his lot with rpsigua
-tiou and atthttifsiBlon. ' ' 7 ~ ^ '
Th<?.tuwai will la Ire ulsaa mm
time tomorrow. The following -have
been- selected as pallbearers; R. Loe
_Bonaar, jr.j i. F. Thomas. Hj?nry
tuuiley, W. H. McDevett. J. B. Arch
jell and Dr. J no. C, Rodman.
GOWAKS PREPARATION ti tbwtate pro
tection miDri paragon It. coW?, croup. .
rcnisi, r?im aad tottutt* tn Hint tod
"To%t. R?lieTT? at ooct br dtitrorlnt the
^(U^mauoo sad cont?Uoa\ Etlenw!
tt>3 penttf?US<r S1.00 50c. 25r A f
> Whole Wheat Flour,
AND . %
, ^ CALL UP
Waiter Gredle & CO
~ ^usi Received .
" I he Preset iptior Store." "
How about an
They are convenient,
and for a few days we
^lLtfiem at coat.*
ONLY THE BEST
HEAVY AND FANCY I
Carried. We please our
customers or no pay. Try
UNION GROCERY CO.
? iVtK Vft
Walk or Ri0e.
?? Via cjm hilVe ft Telephone
put In yocrf house In the city
r fry? fafrft- at n veryjmr
|ta&fngfy low cwt, and save
many ft Icing drive and per
haps a life by feioff In direct
and instantaneous touch with
; your-Uoctor, Grocer, Mer
chant and Brokt r,
Weather reports and mar
t ket quotations can be secured
Inte.-^stcd parties are te
qiMMtw) TO w#th
. Mf.r>- W-,Bell. M'g'i
CAROLINA TEL. AND
I -, TIL, Ofr. ...
_ tbe ct>l<^ Winter
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? NEW ARRIVAL OP - -
DRESS GOODS |3
- ? "Yum iinptction will give us pleasure.
JUST -ARRIVED ISSI
Pettijohns, Graham Flour, Shredded Wheat Bis
cuit. Oat Meal, Cracked- Wheat, Corn i Flakes,
Post Toasties, Cream of Wheat Grape Nuts,
Puffed Rice, Puffed- Wheat and many others.
Price always right, quality the best.
Two delivery wagons and wjheel, which in
sures .prompt service. 'Phone 123.
J. F. TAYLOE,
. The Grocery Man.
HORSES and MULES
GEO. H. HILL
L. Y our horse will be well cared for at
Hill's Stables. '
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