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Y M1GUST 29, 1919
iMENPEOT, ELIZABETH CITY, H. C
"I like a store that I can depend
upon to keep goo d kinds of tobacco ;
and the quality brands of cigars.
I appreciate also a conveniently
placed stdre. But I am specially
keen for the cigar counter where !
' am always sure to get fresh goods.
Father can satisfy his wishes here.
Well Stocked and Handy
c :w .. mm . -.fetnf ls4nt-. cigars
Mn otrl rtther smokers
accessories A deserved popularity
keeps it always fresh.
If you have a favorite brand, and it is
worthy of your choice, you will find that it
has also been worthy of ours.
The Apothecary Shop
T . Dl 1
WOULD LIKE TO THOUGH.
Teacher Name a bird besides tht
stricli that doesn't fly. ' ,
Bright Boy-r-The Jailbird.
DE PART MENT
RRHVFR W. FALLS
Farm Demonstration AgeRtx
' . - ; and ' ;
MISS MARC IE ALBERTSON
Home Demonstration Agent
Why golfing: h
We can't ex
: take to it
It suits them
to a tee.
I see Mr.
Smith is out of
Jail, how did he
manage It? - -
Oh, he put up
Water for Fowls N
It is highly important to provide a
:-:4. ,.,nrvW ki mire fresh drink-
ing water for fowls and chicks.. Lack of
water even for a short time
A in lint summer wea-
-rA inkinis from unwholesome
i .1 rorhiin to cause di-
xtri.il-. nn voter and plenty of
!i nf a fowl's rations,
. j-noniioil on to look after
tney are uilcii v..- -
their "own requirements in this respect
Ctaaj "x '
part of the care taker. It frequently
happens that peultry keepers suffer se
rious losses by reason of this neglect.
... ..fn,' nf so called "cholera"
o lofe of iwateorito-.
i T . , . . - diluted Kaurees.
This is more apt to "
no regular provision is m ?"f
ing them, xney arc
their needs at water tanks, streams,
orxwherever they can find a source of
i nirn w.av be satisfactory so
i - w.t is abundant, but in dry
weather when the streams dry up or
when the water becomes stagnant and
foul, serious consequences may ensue.
Even where water is regularly suppliee,
x. v,i remits from a lack of
cleanliness in the drinting vessels
TAKES TIME TO PLACE
THE DISABLED SOLDIERS
Case Board of Federal Board for Voca
tional Education is now Considering
1,000 Cases a Day "
: cAiors and their families
have been concerned about the time con
sumed in arranging for training with the
Federal Board for Vocational Educa-
tion. . , . - .
a tvwiirA of the procedure neces-
for the Board to legally place the
man in training will do much to clear up
this misunderstanding. The Central Oase
Board is working at grtat pressure,
are the district boards. Almost
eases are being reviewed by .the central
Tioflrd every, day. These cases
have been previously passed on Dy me
district officers, but certain evidence
must be in the possession of tnis cen
tral Board before the man's case may
be approved. The official army dis
charge and the military or navai b-u
report are very essential, xne-e u
ments are the proof .that the disability
was incurred whfle in the service, or
that it is in some way traceable to such
serviceHavmg established tnese
. j.v. .nMxjaf.ifl' tvocataonai:
Attractive Home Budding
"XXth Ceiitoy Cooler"
I In the XXth Century Cooler no
ice can come in contact with the g
1 water and contaminate it. Its ,
patented "C & Push Faucet
1 will not collect sediment, get foul g
I or drip and soil floors. The water
' is always served at just the right g
r 1 degree of coolness never un- g
1 pleasantly and harmfully cold. g
1 To users of H20,"THE PUR-
EST WATER IN THE WORLD"
"1 we sell them at cost, $15.00. g
Elizabeth City Water and j
Phones 80 and 4. s
gult Case Ever travel in tb
Alligator Bag Sure thing, that
was my old home, you know.
Can ybukeep a
has eloped with
and they've bor
rowed your motor.
NOW HE GOES
Times , have
I was just
thinking that I
the time when a
man bought life
ly to get rid .of
No, why dar
ling? I saw him go
ing up stair
last night with
his shoes in his
hand after we
had gone tc
rlean drinking wa-
J. He uupui - -
i : vorio ia clearly shown by
the resultsof an experiment made at the
Missouri State Poultry Experiment Sta
tion, where it was found that giving the
. i . o Anv (meaning pre-
IOW1S Wlliei - . - -
sumably, all they wantea urm -a
day) the, egg yield was reduced at
least 50 per cent.
65 to 70 per cent
xae egis -
water and if the amount available or
consumed is only sufficient 10 meet
requirements of the fowl's body, there
will be none left for eggs, and produc
tion must suffer. Another important
use for water is its influence in equahz-
v tnnhire of the hens body.
Bulletin No. 12 of the Missouri State
Experiment Station states:
n7tfr lowers the body tern-
IUV -vi " -
wnrm water holds the
peraiu'Ci ." .
I v;h For this reason give
., . v u ufor in summer and warm
me ueu " -
utr in winter. The second methed of
k-l- ownnnration which is a eool
ing process. The temperaturer of the
otom Is reduced by the evapo-
m a 1 .....fnaa AT fnA
body, but with the fowl the evaporation
takes place principally through the
, . .1. : ..0t,s which accounts for tbe
he holding her mouth open and breath
inir mnidlv on a hot day."
. mv- hodilv reauirements w
1- ,.toi ore about the same at
all seasons, the normal wide range m daily
consumption being influenced chiefly by
weather coditions, also by whether or
Invine. At the Tsorth
i; CfofiATi it. was found that tne
adult males in the month of June, where
tv, tomnrntnre was io oj
llic iwiu ivr-
at the rate of 3.b gallons
a mo fowls. At the Missouri
UtJl V1CIJ AW w-
Station a pen of 60 White Leghorn hens
averaged to consume 2 gallons of wa
ter daily during hot weather, or at the
rnti of oe eallon to io nens.
Location of the drinking water has a
marked effect on the water consuu,
because the birds will drink more often if
the water vessels are conveniently locat
ed and are reasonably near the food hop
perFrom The Reliable Poultry Journal.
v-j5or w mnst be overcome througn
a course of training. The new vocav
for which the man is to be trained must
- tA nrt the view to its suit-
ability and the man must oe steereu
from overcrowded occupations. The pro-
-, amnotMv. But note the ob
CCtSS -J - . .
stacles: discharge papers are missing
and it takes time to get duplicates, med
ical certificates . are lost, ana .v--
is wasted in renewing them. msuiL:icU.
evidence on vital points must be com-
pleted Time is consumea m 'j-o
the -facts which must be in the posses
sion of the Board Deiore 6y
money can be used for training.
In some instances men must, be
brought to the district offices for per
sonal interviews on examinawu".
sonal desires must be considered in the
!.. ..nnnmi advantages. In other
words, the reeducation of disabled sold
iers, saflors and marines is a great big
human problem, the man's future is at
m :vi. -fom m-
stake, he must, u posiuxC,
, o. wn ks satisfaction; the
aepei;i"-c " . ...
best interests of the community is in
the balance, non-productive citizenship
must be controlled. Thoroughness m in
vestigation is the right of the disabled
man. A little ioreiuuugui. . V
the discharged soldiers in securing be
forehand the necessary evidence and a
:r,a o tht- nart 'of the pub-
lij will help in the accompiifcui""-
DIVIDENDS ABSOLUTELY ASSURED
Homes Were lever in Greater Demand in Elizabeth City
Whereas E. F. Spencer and associates have acquired Wt
Main St property adjoining the residences of W. A. Pinner and C. R.
PugS. 4?eePhundred (300) feet fronting on Main St by two hundred
fiftv three feet (253) deep extending to Cherry Street by three
tSJChy Stl and whereas E. F. Spencer and
associates are desirous of converting the said property into a Hou -fng
Corporation for the purposes of constructing residences in Eliz-
abeth City it is therefore proposed: -. ' '
That those whose names are subscribed hereto in the amount
?tf&tZ&Z& sel :orth or which
RfSr Thousand Mlars ($50,000) shall.be subsenbed and stock is
sued to trie subscribers hereto in amounts equal to the amounts
-hereto subscbea- . - - -4li'i'-,
the TrTsSfberein after named, thebalance payable subjec : to the
call of the B6ard of Directors of the proposed Corporation. But
gVUencer reserves the jight to cancel such -b.cnpi and
return all moneys paid provided tne minimum -
sand CoL?s7$.&) shall not be subscribed with Mty days.
That the said Corporation to be forced shaU bmld ten or
twelve bungalows arranged accoraing w JTr"'
to be determined by the Board of Directors .of the proposed Cor
poration asSoCiates will sell the land above
inaxc., r. f Twelve Thou-
described to the proposed orport exnect to re
mand Dollars (12,000) and the said E. F. Spencer will expect no re
cdve for hL commission in soliciting stock in thwd
iYl r?L" ... wlnirh he hereby agrees to. take in stock an the
anuii iivc pv-i .v.iv,
proposed Corporation. . oe
TWT T? Tittle Qerk of Superior Court, shall be named as
TrustoAll jTayable to the proposed Corporation until the
same is viuijr gaiM-v.
I hereby subscribe for ........... - shares of stock in the
above proposed Corporation at a par value of $100.00 per
share. Enclosed find my check for $. . . . ... covering
ten (10) per cent of the par value of stock purchased.
spent a $1 on Rat-Snap and Saved
he Price of a nog.
-rn.,; fammis Hoe Raiser of
New Jersey says, "I advise every fanner
7 . j -nwino tit hoe. lvAl-
Kiuea saveu c - miJdnx
SNAP comes in case "rNTi.
. a note nr does .won t
Witn oxner ---- " Rn ti.00.
touch it. inree 6-.--pT,ft
Soldaaram. 0 ,
G. W. TWTDDT. , A.22-4t
Make Check Payable td Gi- R, Little, Trustee and mail same to a
; R Little or E. F. Spencer, Elizabeth City, N.
s y? . I
THE CREECY SCHOOL
rpv. 4?irH Session oi iue v-
School opens its doors for a ected
number of students Monday Sept. 1st,
1919 r i
'. t c fftr sources. Col-
PrUatory, Coerclal, J-gr-J
Civil Service. Appy r 4
Elizabeth City, N. C. c Aug. 22-4t
NORFOLK, V A.
There are thousands of positions open m the commercial
world and with the Government for Bookkeepers Steno
graphers Typists and other office assistants. YOU can get
fne of .these positions if you have the necessary technical
knowledge. We have trained many thdusarids of young
a fn!r ciirh nositions: we can train iuu.
men a.nu wuu-u t '
FOR GOOD ROADS
Have your kodak work done
by "ZOELLER'S STUDIO"
where you can also get pro
fesional advice about your
kodak, if you are not getting
BRANCE. You're always
poor. Why don't
you marry money
as I did ?
I would if there
wasn't a wife al
ways went with
for Good Roads
was won last week on Roanoke Island,
in an election held at Manteo: ana
Island. It was voted to establish the
i.:..:,. ;aA nR a "Road District ,
fnr the issuance oi oouu&
;.r,;T1r onnroximately 20 miles of
expend approximately $X4U,uuu m
.- no COIHULIUUS UCiiife
that it is believed that this sum will
provide good highway facilities to all
parts of the island.
TYRRELL v roTTRT
BEFORE THE CLERK
Notice of &ummu..
- 1 nv.v.ro.l -nnmed will nere-
pose wi , . Ty,o said ac
from the saia ae"" Af the
or the plaintiff will apply to the court,
or me " . 1Q10 fr the rehef
beginning wot. - wJ11
has been fUed Deiore "r"
This 19th day or ,
Clerk Superior Court
C.H.L.S. Aug. 22-4t
L B CULPEPPER
w. t: culepper : h
A Fire-Proof Roof
COSTS NO MORE THAN THE OTHER KIND
Galvanized Metal Shingles, rust proof and fire resist
ing cost no more than 'good wood shingles. Lay them
right on your old sheathing. Take less time to lay than
wood shingles. They look better and are infinitely better
because they wear longer and resist fire.
Metal Shingles put on Christ Episcopal Church in this
city 10 years ago are there to-day and look good as ever.
Get my prices. - .
e: j. co ho on
(Succesors to COHOON & JACKSON
. . a Arm
Wter Streets Elizabeth City, . i
. oacnn((1 tTOODSX
Uncle, nai. Trrir--
"Those that nave pe "
in 'em, I suppoae.'
yoU wilI find it at TV
pltis, courtesy and honesty.
G. W. TWIDDY
S. Poindexter Street
L & M SEMI-PASTE PAINTS
BEST THAT CAN BK MADE
Cost ,o you ..ir.TsroioVra-WVEARS
RECOMKIENDED BY SATISFIED USERS ro"
. A fronts Of
a girl named Lou.
Huh! met his
Waterloo, so to
II rK; COLOR caku
I LONGMAN & MARTINEZ Wr-"r -
.t-: f the Future.
, is the fundamental
- , ,?vUi7:fltion. All tninga
oo rt.mnrfi it as through the
mhp Tf we can transport
energy without using cars to carry it.
there is just so mucn gam. v-iw
i" tv on t substance, its
transmission calls for no vehicle other-
than a copper wire. d. ..v.c - - -ous
that ve must lobk to electricity
for distributing the power on whicE
our economic future as a nation de
pnds. " .
watching our growtn i yo and
courteous eahngs, prompt eu
reasonable prices, plus JW ow be
have everything to do with it. We gr
tn satisfy. : .
cause w Bin"- -
17 No. Water St.
LIME - SAND
Prompt Deliveries, Quality Material, Fair Prices
T AMBERT BROS. Inc.
Water and Poindexter Sts. - EHzabet. City. N. C.
. . . - - - - i i i r rWn'
ai. ?tt fcjiza&ew ..j-
Farant & Smith,
r Jil QTWIITH CO
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