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The South's Most Wonderful Offering of
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fcntire Stock . Must be bold in 30 Days. tstate of The Late Phillip; Leyy Miist be; Settled
YOUR LIBERTY BONDS WILL BE ACCEPTED AS CASH IILYOU HAVENT GOT THE MONEY BORROW IT BUY NOW ' .
Everybody knows the fine quality of Phillip Levy & Cos Furniture the big stocks splendid assortinents and L 0 W P R I C ES which this store has always kept in force. Now the
LOW PRICES have been cut unmercifully this entire Three-Quarter Million Dollar stock is really being sacrificednothing is to remain if a price will sell it that's the way this sale is
being put over. Time is short and we urge everybody to come early -the morning hours are the best oecause the store is less crowded at that time. V
NOTHING RESERVED EVERYTHliNG ON SALE FURNITURE FOR EVERY ROOM FURNITURE FOR HOTELS OFFICE FURNITURE FURNITURE FOR EVERYBODY AT THE
LOWEST PRICES EVER KNOWN IN THE SOUTH.
FIVE CARLOADS 0 REFRIGERATORS IN THIS SALE ALL GRADES AND SIZES.
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granry Street "the big s
In Spring Millinery
Spirited Hats full of spring
delight, abound throughout
the display. They're hats of
charming piquancy. Just now
there are many small models
that are proving quite popu
lar for wear with tailored suits
and with their glistening
straws and novelty trimmings
they seem fairly to radiate
spring freshness. Of couse,
we are showing all kinds, for
all purposes the one you have in mind among them.
See them early.
Prichard Millinery Company
ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
IS NOT A CHARITY
Government Says It is The Wounded
Soldier's Just Due
Don't Tri& With Group,
or a Deep Cold
When yriu have a cold in the
chest and it hurts to cough or
breathe deeply, that is the
clanger signal, and yon are
risking pneumonia if you don't
a reBable remedy in the treat
ment of croup, coagha, colds, sore
ness in the chest and kindred
troubles, It is warming and
pene'crating, and Quickly re
tiod and sore
ness. An invalu
able remedy for
harmless to the
mend it; good
dealeazs sell it.
Wouldn't Scare Doggie.
Margaret was desperately afraid of
dogs. As she saw one approaching,
the other day, she ran to her father,
trying to hide beside him, saying:
"Papa, let me hide by you till doggie
passes ; he's afraid of me."
THE LATEST PATTERNS
IN WALL PAPER
7c Ap iece, Gilt 10c Apiece
Window Shades, All Colors.
zJ'yi- 65c, 80c and $1.
St)x0 80c. 90c and $1.
4- x9o $2.
5- x!jO m-mm. ,$3,
p'oor Stains, qt . . .
THOMAS & MESSER CO.,
1015 W. Baltimore Street
Read The Want Ads.
are your most valuable pos
session. Our reputation is
our most valuable asset.
It is reasonable to as
sume that the most satis
factory optical service is
rendered where the patrons'
satisfaction means more
than the profit on the im
mediate sale.' '
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209 GRAN BY ST.
(Opposite Monticello Hotel)
It has been found after coming in
contact with many disabled soldiers and
sailors that some of them have the idea
that the free trade training placed at
their disposal by the government of the
United States is a charity proposition,
and on that account some of them are
inclined to reject it.
It is quite the reverse. The govern
ment takes the position that as it call
ed these men in health and. strength
from their pre-war occupations, the
moral duty' upon the goyernment is to
make restitution as far as possible.
The medical authorities do all that is
possible to restore the men to health
and strength and the government then
proceeds to neutralize impairments by
specialized education. t The abilities
that remain to the man are developed
to their 'utmost limit, and the result is
that he is able to do some one thing
Men who have gone into business
life under the handicap from injuries
suffered in the army and have found
the burden too great, are still entitled
to this free retraining and by address
ing the federal board for vocational
education, at Washington, will be given
all necessary information and assist
ance. NOTICE! . ' NOTICE!
A PROHIBITION INDUSTRY
FOR NORTH CAROLINA
Home Demonstration Agents To En
courage Manufacture of Unfer
mented Grape Juice
GERMAN CANNON TO BE USED
AS LIBERTY LOAN TROPHIES
Entry No. 153.
Notice is hereby given that C. R.
Hooper, of Avon, Dare County, North
Caroline, enters and lays claim to the
following described piece or parcel of
land in Kennekeet Township, County
and State aforesaid, said land being
described as follows, viz:
Beginning at C. T. Williams' line at
Askins' Creek, and runn lg an easter
ly course Two Hundred Yards, thence
a southerly course Twenty Five Hun
dred. Yards, thence a westerly course
to the sound side, thence with the var
ious meanderings of the sound side a
northerly course to the beginning. Con
taining by estimation one hundred
This entry was made this the 12th
day of February, 1919.
GEO. T. BAILEY,
pF21-4t. Entry Taker.
HOW TO SAM SHOES
"Out of curiosity I tried a pair of
Neolin Soles," writes W. P. Macartney
of St. Louis, "and today, after five
months of hard service I fail to notice ,
any real signs of wear on them."
This statement points the way to
real economy in shoes. What your
shoes cost, by the year, depends largely
on how the soles wear and Neolin Soles
do wear a very long time. Moreover,
they are exceedingly comfortable and
waterproof scientifically made to be
exactly what soles should be and so
worn now by millions.
They 1 are available everywhere on
new shoes and for re-soling. They are
made by The Goodyear Tire & Rub
ber Company, Akron, Ohio, who also
make Wingfoot Heels, guaranteed to
imtwear any other heels.
Tnd Mrk Bet, V. S. FC Off.
If the present plans of the Division
of Home Demonstration work are real
ized, North Carolina will have a well
established industry in the home-mak
ing of unfermented grape juice within
the next four or five years. Steps
looking to the beginning of this' work
were taken during the conference last !
week at Raleigh, when the Home De
monstration Agents discussed plans
for the present utilization of the wild
grapes for making this bottled juice,
and further to encourage the plantings
of the Thomas variety of muscadine
grape, which will begin bearing within
three years after being set.
A representative of the National De
partment of Agriculture, George Dear
ing, attended the conference and gave
the results of his several years of ex
perimental work on the Pender Branch
Station, near ' Willard. Mr. Deafing
pointed out the ease with wiich the
Thomas grape can be grown, it being
adapted to any well drained sandy
loam soil on which cotton thrives, .and
its fruit having the precentage of sugar
which makes the best kind of grape
juice for fountain or home use.
It was decided' at the conference that
one variety of the muscadine grape be
adopted, and the planting of this en
couraged as "a project for the women in
If a resolution now before Congress
is adopted two hundred and fifty cap
tured German cannon will be distribut
ed as permanent prizes to cities making
the best showing in the Victory Liberty
Loan campaign. :
A request has been had by Secre
tary of the Treasury Glass that Con
gress make this distribution possible:
and Liberty Loan workers are hoping
to get it through to give the campaign
and added impetus.
In this issue you will find the first
installment of our new serial story,
"The Light in the Clearing."
MOTHER WRITES LETTER
FILLED WITH JOY AND
the community clubs,. When these
vineyards begin bearing, a standard
4-H brand of muscadine grape juice i
will be put on the market. It is felt
that the success of the women of North
Carolina in establishing the 4-H brandy
of canned goods will insure their suc
cess in " establishing the 4-H brand of
TO LECTURE ON POULTRY
, W. A. Warden of the State Agricul
ture Department will lecture here at
Berea Schoolhouse- Friday morning at
ten o'clock and again at the same place
at 2:30 p. m.. Friday night the lecture
ana will be beautifully illustrated with
A SAVES TIME )
Mrs. J. , H. Baker is a most estimable
woman, well-known to hundreds of peo
ple in her locality, a prominent church
worker and highly thought of by all
who have the pleasure of her acquaint
ance. Mrs. Baker's letter follows:
Drumhill, N. C,
. November 27, 1918.
Dr. J. E. Masrow,
Dear Doctor: , ;
Pardon me for not writing to you
before this for I have thought several
times I would write, Dut ometning
always hindered me. I want you to
publish a- testimonial of ourAaughter's
nerve trouble and her wonderful cure
by the glasses you adjusted to her eyes.
We consider her cure almost a mir
acle and in so short a time!
TTer condition was two hundred per
cent better in two weeks' time after
your first treatment. It is with a heart
fairly bursting with gratitude to you
for the wonderful cure you performed.
How I wish you could see her now
looking the picture of health cheeks
red and rosy all life no more like
her former self than if she wasn't the
aamp nhild. Her nerves are as quiet
as if there had never been any trouble
with them. we wouiani tane. -our
estate (although small) for what you
have done and your charges were so
much less than what we expected them
to be.- '
No one knows the anguish of a
mother's heart, only those that have
been through such a trial as I passed
through. You arf at liberty to write
the testimonial in your own woras, ior
you are aware of Rosa's condition when
I took her to you.- Tell all. about the
wonderful change in her in two weeks'
ma fnr wnrris fail me' to express my
appreciation for what you did for her.
- With best wisnes ior your weutic
Sincerely yours, ,
MRS. J. H. BAKER. .
If you had been told years ago that
eye-strain was the cause not only of
eye troubles, but headaches, nervous
ness, stomach, liver and kidney trou
bles, menstrual difficulties, impaired
memory, stupidity in children, St. "Vitus'
dance, and many other chronic nervous
ills, you would have thought it ridicu-
1-ns Tf -trail had been told that relief
and permanent cure could be effected
by correcting tne eye aeiecis uy wee
ing the proper glasses, you probably
would have declared it impossible. Yet
all these ailments have been completely
cured by this very simple method. Of
norn-VI will -not believe
wrui ov wvw i-' .r- -
it yet, but the remarkable case told of
in this article affords most convincing
IRL OF 14 VICTIM OF MOST DIS
Miss Rosa Baker, who : resides with
ACRES OF FARM LAND
amounting to more than
A remarkable record and every idler and every purchaser
a satisfied customer.
If we can sell property satisfactorily for the other fellow; and
hundreds of endorsement letters testify to that fact, doesn't
it stand to reason that .
WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND TO
' It's not too late even though your farm may be rented for '
the year 1919, we can sell it without disturbing your tenant.
Place your City, Suburban of Farm Property with us for
quick and profitable disposal. We, subdivide and sell at
auction all kinds of property.
Completely equipped with an efficient corps of publicity ex
perts, accurate surveyors, energetic auctioneers and sales
force. Our methods have won the confidence of the public 1
Write today for booklet explaining our methods.
FARM LAND OUR SPECIALTY
ATLANTIC COAST REALTY CO.
THE NAME THAT JUSTIFIES YOUR CONFIDENCE
PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA- OFFICESCJlEENhLLE, N. CAROLINA
References : Any Bank in Greenville, N. C or Petersburg, Va.
her parents in Drumhill, N.1 C, w?igh-
ed only 90 pounds a , short time ago
after suffering the tortures, of extreme
nervousness) St. Vitus' dance and other
distressing ailments which many young
girls just budding into wqmanhood
suffer. Her parents placed her in care
of a physician, but the doctor s atten- j
tion utterly failed to benefit her. In t
fact, her condition grew from bad to
worse, until, as her mother says, hafl
she kept on suffering just a short time
longer it would have killed her.
GAINED 17 POUNDS IN JUST
ABOUT TWO WEEKS' TIME
At the urgent request of a number
of her friends and neighbors, the par
ents of Rosa brought her to Norfolk
to have her examined "ljy Dr. Masrow i
me wen Known eyesigni specialist, oi
Norfolk. With 'masterful skill, Pr.
Masrow quickly located the cause o'
all the trouble and adjusted a pair of
glasses to her eyes, and in almost un
believable short time, all her troubles
were, banished, she gained 17- pounds
in weight, and is now a strong, robust
healthy girl. ' .-' ' , - ; ;
; Dr. :, Masrow's. office is at 405 Dick
son building. ' Office hours 9 a,'- m. tc
5 p: m. For appointment Phbrie 219
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