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The. tax booka for the city of
Washington have been turned over
to the.uaderaigned, and thiols to no
tify an ownew of property aubject to
?tax that I am ready to retelve Ura
tor the enaulng year. They muat be
.collected at once.
W. B. WINDLEY, City Clerk.
October 7, 1901.
NOXWS OF EXECUTION HALE.
North Carolina, Beaufort county. Su
perior court. E. R. Mlxon & Com
pany vs. cs W_
Under' *ad by virtue of an execu
court of Beaufort county in the above
entitled action, dated September 27,
1900. I Will oiTMott^ay. the lat day
of . November, , 1909, at- 12 o'clock,
noon, before the courthouse door in
Washington, N. C., aell for caah to
the highest bidder, to satisfy the said
execution, rll of the right* title and
lnterp* of the defendant C.~W. Nor
man In ami. to the following deacribed
land:
First -All of that certain lot in
the town of Aurora. N. C., which was
conveyed to C.- "W. Norman by O. G,
Banner by dWT! dated September 27v
1906, and recorded in the Regiater'a
office of Beaufort county In book of
deeds 141, page' 207, to which refer
ence la hereby made. Containing one
quarter of an acre, more or less,
known aa the Bonne^lot.
Second. A tract of land well known
aa the Pate Plate which waa convey
ed to C. W. Norman by Jno. W.
Cbapln by deed dated January 28,
1907, which la recorded aa aforeaald
in book 132, page 207v to which re
Jos. Peed et al, containing 20 acres,
mora or !?>{ \ .
This October 1, 1909.
GEO. E. RICKS.
Sheriff. Beaufort County
V. ^lr*t ?c ?
Among the fcoungersOcisl wt of thlt
town *M hfHL%,t. the home of M!u
Julia Moor*, on MarSet streot, last
Elng- A dozen members compose
club, sod severs) Invited guests
> present Refreshments ver?
served, and a most delightful evening
"Veat
f Th,e claMlfled'ada. are helping ar
rsng* things for people- who are shorn
to move Into new or different homes.
To Property Holders
A FEW WORDS:
The Insurance that
Bragaw writes is all"
right. Better get it
this afterqoon.
WM. BRAGAW & CO., >
First Intyraactf Agents in WuhlngT
ton, N. C. ? ;
DO IT NOW
v Delays are Dangerous^
... Insure with
CARL D. PARKER, Genl Insurance.
Four Year?* Experience.
Havens-Small Bld'g
NOTICE I
Now is the time to- have your gas lamps put in order. It will cost
you nothing to have them inspected and. adjusted. A Welsbach
burner will give you 80 candle poweranffcost only 1-2 cent per
hour. See die GAS MAN.
'Phone 15.
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You don't need to pay a millionaire's price to^get
Lypur clothes made by the greatest tailors in Chicago ^
T or New York as his are. made.
_ Fifth Avenue? Style no longer
costs a^Fifth Avenue Tailor's
Bill It is~the business of The"
Roy?l Tailors of Chicago and
New York to bring to you just
~ that, kind of metropolitan- tail- -]
Turing ? to hiiild cTothes to -order '
for you, in the latest, snappiest, classiest
styles to been seen anywhere in America.
And yet to charge you no more ? per
haps e^en less than you have been paying
? foi ill-tilling factory made clothes.
I take your measuic at this siore -
by the most complete and ingenious
measure taking system known. That
system gives the cutter a virtual blue
print of your figure? 18 definite body
measurements over which to drape and
tailor yum rare
And when it comes it is a master
suit ? better than, the best local tailor
could give you. ~
co*rm?MT in* mt tw nevAt. TAibew
Backed by The Royal i aiior.s* Guarantee
For it has been made for you, in
the ,^wo biggest and best organized
tailoring establishments in the world ?
with 2,000 times the little local tailor's
facilities for observing prevailing styles
I ' and creating new ones.
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And you koow that your Royal garment will be absolutely All Pure Wool. Eight out of ten ggrments
sold in this town are adulterated with cotton and mercerized cloth. There is n<jt a thread of cotton in any
Royal Suit that leaves this store. . ,, * : -
Every Royal garment is warranted to be All Wool? Pure Wool? and Wool alone. Regardless of the
price xrf- >iit yof buy here ? you will get an All Wool suit.
I solicit the chance to show you the beautiful Royal Model Designs for Fall and .Winter Overcoat* and Suits.
Swaeeer? lasteful and refined! Also the 500 resplendent Fatt and Winter WooWnlnnovatioas._
pnV^? wju delight you aa waii as me uwW "?nnl.clothes outlay.
.n TiH-nniHft n?nljm?
I^HT IfftLKmW
You Who - Want Tailor-made
"s? ?
Clothes at Ready-made Prices
..-IP I
TALK
Messrs. W. W. and E. 8. Boomer.
Sr., of Lake Comfort, are in the city
attending the Federa^ Court.
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Messrs. Frid Latham and Geurgr
L. Swindell, of Belhaveu, are in the
city. ?
%?*
of M>. Walter A
Stllley, of Qoldsboro, are glad to see
him in the cKy. . ?
Mr. and Urs. Clarence Mayo; wbc
were-marrled at tfto residence of Mr.
James L. Mayo, editor of The Dally
News, last evening, left this after
noon for South Creek, their future
home.
Mrs. E. S. Credle, of Pantego., is in
town, visiting- her sister, MIsb Maude
Wind ley. L .
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Casey, of Aurora,
returned home yesterday with their
little son after a short stay in our
town. ? '
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Mr. M. R. Walker and son, of Au
rora, refnVned to tbelr home yester-,
day after a two days* fTslt to the
city. . t .
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Mr. Rufus Wharton returned this
morning from Ashevllle after an ab
sence of about a year, and Is at the
tinrnw of his Ulster. Mrs .lt?tfn H
PNEUMONIA
kills Its (cos of thaatanlt. GOWAVS
PREPARATION WOi pneumonia br <Se
tlroytn* Ibe coBjHtton and Inflammation.
OaklLKlkilV CfMatCronp. coathv. irfppc,
P?ins and aoruMM lo luofl tod IhroaL
External and barmUiv. All druuitl*
- U.00, 50c, 25c.
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Mi*? Ruth Bennett, <
irned to her borne yesterday, after a
Tw 6 days* rlslt to friends in the city.
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'Mr. Tiljgan Paul, of Aurora, who
ba^ been spending a few days la the
I city, returned to his home yesterday,
I accompanied by his cousin, Mr. Luth
er Paul, of Davis, who has been visit
ing Mr. Frank Paul In the city for a |
few days.
Mr. B. J. Hughes, superintendent
of the A. C. L., and Mr. C. M. Cobb,
trainmaster of the same road, went
to Vandemere yesterday afternoon.
Dr. D. M. Field has gone to South |
[Carolina on a short trip.
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Mr. Frank Bonner returned to the
rrlty yesterday after a few days' pleas- j
urc trip.
Mr. R. R. Fleming, of Pactolus.j
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kldd, of Wil
mington, spent yesterday in the cITyT
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kldd.
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Mr. W. E. Jones left^yesterday for
a trip to New Bern on business.
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Mr. J. E, Bonner returned to the
city yea te>/ay after a two weeks' trip
to Washington. D. C., Baltimore and
other points.
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Judge H. G. Connor arrived yester- 1
day afternoon to hold Federal court.
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Mrs. W. L. Oden and children re I
turned to Belhaven after a visit tc |
her mother, Mrs. John Smith, sr.
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I* ? Geo ? M. Mask of fioldsboro.
arrived In the city today on business.
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Miss GasKInS7 of Portsmouth, and t
Mrs. R; 8. Dixon went to Hall Swamp [
today to visit relatives.
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Mi sb Mabel Jones left this morning
for Norfolk, after a visit of some
weeks to friendsyind relatives in the
city.
I Mr? .T. W. Ford went to Norfolk
| today on business.
j Mrs. A. S. Jordan returned to her
j home In Plnetown this morning, after
j a short stay In the city.
| Miss Dora Snipes, of Ohocowinity.
i was a visitor in the city t o<i.^
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The D'Oize company of Shakes
pear^n players were in the-city to
day en route to Greenville, where
they will play tonight.
Mrs. H. H. Hunter, of Plnetown,
returned to hoc home today after a
Mr. Norwood. L. Simmons left this |
morning for Hyde county on profes
sional business. - -
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Mrs. Ethel Tuten, teacher of the!
: Small Graded >Srhool, Is In the city, |
UtandiQp her examination, for public
I school certificate.
j Mr. L H. Reddltt, of Edward, was I
|_a_Washington vi8ltoir today.
iAir.'t. WilT^STOTrnrrirtii ov ^
lllk minimi. lUulwh Illnnni nnd W.
Gray, jr.. left town yesterday for n I
j few days' visit to frlemls In Vance-]
I boro.
STOMACH TROUBLE
llwl H r??r \ ear* l Hill He Hi'.'irrl ? of
>ll-c?-ua ? Brow n's Drug Store
Sell It.
y _ It yon ?uffcr from indigestion.
? belching of gas. lu rap of le.nl on the*
stomach, biliousness, dizziness, foul
I breath, nervousness. constipation or
heada<he. give Brown's Drug Store!
I 50 cents today for at box of Mi-o-na. I
1 Lhe xtdeb rated stomach prescription,
f and if it. doesn't cure~yoi> Ihey^vrriT
give you your money back. It relieves
painful stomach distress in five min-j
utes. Read the following:
Li -- L'-L , bad -hi y/Pflfll ' fou hie for vear?
an hour or ho with indigestion". I
bought one box of Ml-o-na tablets
from Gaffney Drug Co.i which com
pletely cured me. That was about 12
months ago and to this day I haxe nd!
been troubled again." J. B. Haskey,
Gaffney, S. C. April 20. 1900.
Mi-o-na fi tjie best prescription for
stomach trouble ever written; not
only does It give quirk relief, but it
cures permanently becausc it thor
oiighly cleanses, renovates, builds up.
and puis elasticity into the stomach
and bowels. Mi-o-na is put up In tab
let form and is small and easy to
swallow. Sold by leading druggists
everywhere and in Washington by
Brown's Drug Store who rigidly guar
antee them. Test sample free. Ad- 1
'drees Booth's Ml-o-na, Buffalo, N. Y. |
CHARLESTON
watofjfid Cabbage Seed
For sale by {tie pound ar
wholesal'e prices.
~BAi?E?SUm,r \,v.
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Jf=? "ill
11 DON'T 5
Walk or Ride.
Talk Over
The Telephone.
You can have a Telephone
Put In your house in the city
?f ** your farm at a very aur
>w coat, anfl M?e
many a loltg drive and per
hapa a life by being in direct
and instantaneous touch with
your Doctor. Grocer, Mer
?"H Brnln y|
Weather reports and mar
ket quotations can be secured
dally.
tnte.-csted parties arc* re
quested to communicate with
Mr. D. W. Bell, M**V
CAROLINAITEL. AND
TEL. CO., *
IWashington, N. C.
This proposition will inter
eat you. and it would be well
to investigate before the ap
LJ proach of the cold Winter
^ mouths.
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Ji IGI
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HIGHEST CASH PRICKS ~t
paid for
CHICKENS, EGGS
and all
. COUNTRY PRODUCE)
| We carry Hay, Ciraln and all
j kinds Feedstuff ? We handle j
the very best Flour at whole* i
sale.
PAUL & CUTLER
east water street.
OYSTERS! PHONE 367.
Delivered to any part of city 25 cents
quart. Served in any style, steamed a
specialty at 113 Market Street
Ocracoke Fresh Dressed Mullets.
J. T. WYATT
When the Children Are
STUDYING
YOU SHOULD GIVE
. THEM THE BEST
LIGHT TO WORK BY
AND THAT IS
ELECTRICITY
ELECTRIC PLANT.
TO ATTEXO CONVEXTIO...
Rev. w. O. Wfnfleld. XT. Bur
lukl.'.u.. J. 1). EH Iu i'i A?,i
Elliott, Jr . all of Bath, left yesterday
for Pittsburg to attend the conven
JrfOn of the Christian Church.
Mr; Edward D'Olze (s an attractive I
young hctor of much ability Balri-f
more Sun.
We are gret beiimra la (bf state
ment that the American GfniJriiwn la
the b??t*(lrr??H man ki the workl.
CKlFFtiJl CliQTHK'K rml+r t? the
tauten of the' American man, and for
years theme fpuioiiN Karsnentn have
fulfilled IiIb every style-want.
. We have a complete line of GRIF
FON CLOTHK8 for Fall in many dif
ferent models, a lnwl of exclusive pat
Urn* and fabrics *h?t i*esr out
before tl?elr time.
SPENCER BROS.
ONLY THE BEST
HEAVY AND FANCY
GROCERIES .
Carried. We please our
customers or no pay. Try
UNION GROCERY CO.
JUST ARRIVED
Another large shipment of
Town Talk Flour
and
Old-Fashion
Rii/1!/ iMj hn_Tf
Ducn wfi ceff
Walter Credle & CO.
WHY
WORRY
-Hfith hpnrlarhps. COnStjpi
tion and indigestion?
Ask about
ABILENA WATER,
the oleasai' t and efficient
Aperient Saiine Water.
WASHINGTON
DRUG COMPANY
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?HCT- tTiSK.'rir' ^A^Ei^h
JUbf AKKIVfcD ?r^kfaBst
~ .. . _ Grits, Bu<
^littnl v o{_
Cereals,
vjiiis. Buck wheat,
Pettijohns, Graham Flour, Shredded Wheat Bis
Qat^lyaJ. ^Cracked Wheats Xom. .E lakes.
Post Toasties, Cream oT Wheat Grape Nu ts,
Puffed Rice, Puffed Wheat and many others.
Price always right, quality the best.
Two delivery wagons and wheel, which
sures prompt service. Phone 123.
in
J. F. TAYLOE,
The Grocery Man.,
"Tftr * * t o r taixit
lliu it xtt-ui i *r~
HAY
IS me UK?CBX ?nu ?uv n
compact bale of any press sold.
BAILEY SUPPLY CO.,
SALES AGENTS.
    

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