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THE WOMAN'S WEAR STORE
Hot Weather Wear
We have now on display a wonderful assortment
of nevy Dresses for hot weather wear, including
beautiful beaded Georgettes, Crepe de Chines, Voiles,
Ginghams, etc. All good styles are here. Come in
and look' them over.
New Wash Skirts
Our new Wash Skirts are now on display- Beauti
ful, snappy styles Tailored for nice trade Select
your Summer supply before your size is sold out.
M. Leigh Sheep Go.
Chancellor George H. Bradford
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The Calcalator Adding
This CALCULATOR ADDING MACHINE is so simple that a novice
ctn put it to practical use immediately.
The CALCULATOR Adds, Subtracts, Multiplies and Divides cor
rectly and with absolute accuracy. Tested by Experts and Scientific
Endorsed by:. United States Government, Postmasters, Railroad
Secretaries and Civil Engineers.
1. It Adds, Subtracts, Multiplies and Divides automatically with
out the slightest mental effort;
2. It eliminates Brain Fag and Mental Drudgery;
3. It is infallible, accurate, and insures correct reports and high
4. It is a whirlwind in speed, resulting in prompt reports and abol
ishing overtime work;
5. It is remarkably handy, its unusual size and weight permitting
it to be placed directly upon the work;
6. It totals up to $100,000.00 more than sufficient for ordinary
needs; - ,
7. It will add up to 9,999,999, which is sufficient for every branch
of business or accounting, Bookkeeping, Inventory, Trial Balance,
Checking, Invoice, Tax Reports, and even as a Cash Register;
8. It is strong and durable, positively guaranteed for five years'
9. It has the high-priced Adding Machine, that has at least 63 keys
and several levers to manipulate, beat as slick as a whistle, and quick
as a wink;
AND FINALLY: Because it costs less than one mistake, weighs
less than five pounds, at an expense of less than one-tenth of a high
Manufactured and guaranteed by THE CALCULATOR CORPORATION.
AGENTS WANTED IN ALL COUNTIES
J. G. BAUM, 400 BROAD ST., ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
Morrisette & Raper Specialties
: We respectfully call the attention of the Elizabeth City
: public to the following specialties which we. believe are
: exclusive features with us. E
Lowneys High Grade
60c a lb.
Kept in Refrigerator Candy
Case and always fresh. The
equal of 70c and 80c candies.
While waiting for your gar
den to grow we can supply
you with fresh vegetables
from. Florida. . Don't, pass
I MORRISETTE & RAPER 1
Phone 820 North Poindexter St.
Laundry By Parcel Post
Send us your collars, silk shirts, Palm. Beach suits or
her laundry by parcel post and we will give you per
uaySWOrk retum il by parcel Pst c O.Tfia three
e have recently remodeled and enlarged 'dur plant,
stalling the very newest and safest machinery. No
armfui chemicals used in the wash and every article
We launder anything, from a cambric handkerchief to
a horse blanket.
AGENTS WANTED AT ALL POINTS
Albemarle Steam Laundry
IL ORDER DEPT. ; ELIZABETH CITY, N. C.
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One of the men chosen to introduce the first Chautauqua program Into
the continent of Australia was Chancellor Bradford. The management knew
that he would make good, and he has. His first engagement after returning
to America is with our Association.
Let's look a minute at this man Bradford this great scholar and man
of the world and see what he has done. After spending eighteen years as
a University student and University Chancellor, he decided to enter the Uni
versity of the Universe and attempt to translate Life instead of Latin. He
says that he would rather know men than trees, and while it is a great thing
to associate twenty-five adjectives with the noun in Greek, and twenty-five
adverbs with the verb in Hebrew, it is a better thing to associate fifty men
in the task of making the community better.
Winter before last he lectured in twenty-four states of the Unin and
last winter he spent in Australia. This summer he "comes to your Chautau
qua platform with a new message, entitled "Suncrowned Manhood." This
lecture afford&him ample scope for his big'ideas and far reaching purposes.
He presents his dynamic philosophy of life in a striking way.
He resembles William Jennings Bryan not only in appearance but also
In eloquence. Hear him the first night of your Chautauqua.
This Town and the World
European Speaker of International distinc
tion Will Discuss Great World
Problem At Chautauqua.
An unusual and important feature of this year's Chautauqua program
will be a European speaker on some problem affecting America's relations
with the Old World. This shows the length to which the Chautauqua Asso
ciation will go to produce a program which will keep the Chautauqua com
munities In close touch with the biggest problems of the world.
As this is written Director Pearson is In Europe securing this speaker
so that it is impossible to announce either his name or his subject at
this time. .This much may be said, however, that he will be a man of affairs
who has had the experience in the trying problems of War and Reconstruc
tion that will enable him to speak with authority on international affairs.
He will speak on the fourth night of your Chautauqua. A special an
nouncement giving the name of the man and the title of his lecture will be
made before your Chautauqua opens. Watch for this notice and plan to hear
this notable lecture.
Scene From the
Junior Chautauqua Play,
BOYS AND GIRLS, ATTEN-SHUN. JUNIORS SA-LOOT.
Beys and girls, do you want to hear a secret? Here Is one a dandy
one: There is going to be more real fun at Junior Chautauqua this year
than you ever had before. More games, more stunts, more folk-dances,
more everything! That's because there are two Junior Leaders this year
instead of one. Won't that be great?
...-iAs usual, Junior Chautauqua will meet in the mornings under the big
tent from nine to eleven o'clock. Besides the story hour and sngs, you
will fcave your Junior Town meetings. Be ready to elect your Mayor,
Clerk and Commissioners the very first day of Chautauqua, so that you
can get a good start. There win be new work for Junior Town this year;
real work, true work, honest work the kind of work that makes every one
of you glad that you are real citizens of your country. For, like all good
citizens, we work hard and play hard at Chautauqua. :'
Every Junior will also have a part in the Junior Play, "THE WOP,"
which is-presented efi. the last day of Chautauqua. That is a funny 'name
for a play. . "THE WOP" do you know what it . means? Come to thf
Junior-Chautauqua and you will find out S
geason tickets are ONE DOLLA B Cor all boys and girls six to four
tsen years of age. ;
The Salvation Army is based upon kind
liness. It "reaches down" and helps to his feet
the man who has fallen. It has built its house
in the Street of Poverty and has cast its lot
with the friendless, the homeless, the weak
and the lowly.
The Salvation Army is known to the poor
and the wretched of 61 countries. It speaks
37 languages. It is found on the battle-field
and in time of peace it is found wherever
men and women suffer. It is loved because it
knows how to "reach down"
Will you "Reach Down" to help it carry on its
work in Amerca? Refuse and you turn your
back upon the unfortunate in your own country.
The Salvation Army Home Service Fund
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1 CHARGE AMNfHWIG ETRA,
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GOES TO NEW ORLEANS
W. T. Culpepper, manager of the
Elizabeth City plant of the Eastern
Cotton Oil Co., has gone to New Or
leans on business. He expects to be
about ten days on his trip:
FOR, SALE: Nine fine milch cows;
seven of them with young calves. T.
TEMPLE RFD 3 E. City, N. C.
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Want ads get results. '
United States Railroad Administration
NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD
Passenger Train Schedules Corrected !
to February l,
As information, not guaranteed.
South and West Bound
No. 5 No. 1 No. 3.
Eliz. City xl0:03am xll: 35am xl0:17pm
Edenton 11:15am 12:35pm 11:31pm
New - Bern
, y 2:40pm ylO :30am
y 3 : 00pm ylO :45am
x 2:20pm 1:20am
7 : 45pm xlO : 50am
4: 01pm, 3:02am
Lv Elizabeth City
Ar Greenville .
No. 4 No. 2 No. 6.
Eliz. City x 6:00am 3:00pm z 3:30pm
Ar Norfolk 8:10am 450pm. 5:30pm
. y Daily except Sunday. ?
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G. B. UNDERWOOD, Traffic Agt
E. S. DOUGLASS, Tck. Agt . . .
and so are millions of American
m homes. Wood is the flesh and skin of
' your house: it requires food as much
as you do. It demands 'PAINT, not
only to show your pride in home and
neighborhood, but to nourish, pre
serve and protect it. The big dome
of the U. S. Capitol is painted every,
three years. -
tiow Long Since Your House Was Painted?
PAINTS AND VARNISHES
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