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THE INDEPENDENT, ELIZABETH CITY, N. C
ADVERTISEMENTS IN THIS COLUMN COST ONE
CENT A WORD FOR EACH INSERTION. NO AD
VERTISEMENT ACCEPTED FOR LESS THAN 25c.
FARM FOR SALE: On Body Road,
two miles from city. Fine truck land.
.Plenty of wood and timber. For fur
ther information apply to MAJOR
WHITE, Route 5, Elizabeth City, N. O.
p S 26-4t
arrange terms. HARRY M. SEELEY,
313 Hinton Bldg. Phone 371 It
I have several, farms and
homes to sell, not advertised.
Call me 371 or 313 Hinton
Bldg. A pleasure to show ,
you what J' have to offer.
HARRY M. SEELEY
FOR SALE: Large 9 room . house and
lot one block from Main street. Near
church and schools. Price ,$3,250s R.
V T.VTS. Hinton Bid. It
FOR SALE: House and lot on Third
Street; seven rooms, reception hall and
pantry; water and lights; house three
years old. Will sell alone or with ad
joining lot for garden. R. E. ' CHES-
SON. telephone 199 or 903-J. cS12-tf
FAR FOR RENT: Ninety acres of the
Davis"" tract at Weeksville, with house
formerly occupied by Mr. Cliff Sawyer
as the home. Write-Wr H-LAMBETH,
413 Stahlman Building, Nashville, Tenn.
FOR SALE: 18 acres, 8 cleared and in
cultivation, two room house,raear liran-
Av. Cnrritnctk Mnntr. Will Bell all or
part. Cash or termB. M. E). WOdDH
HOUSE, Grandy, N. C. p03-3t
FOR SALE: 2 houses and lotpn Se
cond St. See A. E. BROTHERW'Phone
FOR SALE or RENT: 1 farm; 85
acres ; ,28 acres in ridge land. Known as
the Jimmv Hall farm. Address J. b.
FORBES, Shawboro, N. C. p-03-2t
FOR SALE .-Brick store
building in business center
of, Elizabeth City; 20 x 80 ft.
two stories high; 20 ft. ally.
.Must be sold at once and can
be bought cheap. TWIFORD"
& TWIFORD, 423 Hinton
Bldg.1, City. Phone 1049.
c S 26 tf '
FOR SALE: 12-horse Lathrop, two
cylinder, 30 feet long, 8 foot beam, solid
houseboat in good condition. For fur
ther information writeJOEL S. BRICK
HOUSE, Columbia, N. C. pO10-3t
FOR SALE: The Br. White farm in
Perquimans County near Belvidere, con
sisting of one hundred and ten acres of
good land, a two story, six room dwell
ing, and- good barn,, A .fair, offer -will get
the place. For further information, ad
dress JOSIAH WHITE, Belvidere, N ..
or DAVID WHITE, Greensboro, C.
p O 3-3t.
FOR SALE: One good used piano,
same as new, for $250.00. 307 CEDAR
Currituck Cotton Growers Meeting
There will be a meeting of all the cot
ton growers. at Currituck Court House
ativ Oct. 13. 10:30 A. M. for the
(purpose of organizing a County Cotton
Asnriation. that tne interests ui mi-
producers may be protected and his con
a; KotoroA. Tt. is (earnestly request-
ed-that all the growers attend this meet
ing There will be a man from Raleigh
xvm have charge of the meeting
Come and -bring our neighbor.
i .T. E. CHANDLER
rOlO-lt County Agent.
19 1 6
18 FULTON FISH MARKET NEW YORK CITY
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Address Correspondence To
NO LOCAL AGENTS
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Old Buc k Gua no
MAINE GROWN COBBLER
Seed Irish Potatoes.
FOR SALE: 72 acre farm, mile and
a half from town, 46 acre cleared, two
story dwelling and outbuildings in fair
condition. Will sell cheap and on easy
terms to quick buyer. Possession Jan.
1. 1919 G. G. MARKHAM. 210 Kramer
Bldg., Elizabeth City, N. C. c O 3-tf.
FOR SALE: (1) Chalmers Automo
bile in good order, 36 H. P., with prac
tically new 6,000 mile tires. (2) One,
young. allion, good blood. (3) One!
Spanish Jack and one Spanish jennett. '
Would exchange all or part for bees xa t
patent hive or for good freight vessel, j
C. C. COMBS, Gum Neck, N. C. pO10-4t ,
WANTED : A ...cheap .f arm near good
stock range on North side of Albemarle
SaiitkI. Don't want a shew place: want
something to make a show out of. Will
not quibble about condition or Dim dings
if price is right. A- A. (jufluss, vium
Neck. N. C. p-03-4t
WANTED: Mill Logs, Pine preferred,
but will buy some Cypress and Gum. Wb
give good price and measurement.
DARE LUMBER CO., S 26-tf
DETECTIVES are constantly in de
mand at eood wages. We will train you
to become a detective. Now is your op
portunity to enter a profession that is
not overcrowded. NORFOLK DETEC
TIVE AGENCY. No. 204-5 McKevitt
Bldg, Norfolk, Va. cS12-4t
Room 29 Kramer Bldfe.
Entry No. 156
Notice is hereby given that Joseph
Midgett. of Rodanthe, Dare County,
North Carolina, enters and lays claim
to the following described piece or par
cel of land in Kennekeet Township, Dare
County. State aforesaid, described as fol
One small Island, lying on the West
side of the "Level Grass" in Pamlico
Sound, near New Inlet, containing by
estimation two acres.
Entered this 26th day of September,
GEO. T. BAILEY,
pOS4t Entry Taker
THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER free
one year to any reader of THE INDE
PENDENT who will send us two yearly
subscriptions to THE INDEPENDENT
at $1.50 each. Do that.
FOR SALE: 1 farm, 3 miles of city;
30 acres cultivated, 10 in woodland, on
prominent road to Newland. Price $4,
500,00. R. N. DAVIS, Hinton Bldg. It
FOR SALE: 1 house and lot on promi
nent street. $1,500.00 to a quick pur
chaser. This is a bargain. HARRY M.
SEELEY, 313 Hinton Bldg. Phone 371.
FOR SALE: One 6 room house and
lot on Southern Ave.; large lot. Can
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Executrix of th
late W. K. Etheridge, I hereby give no
tice to all persons indebted to his es
tate to come forward and make imme
diate settlement, and those holding claims
against the same to present them for
payment within twelve months from the
date of this notice, or it will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT BE
FORE THE CLERK.
J. M. BURGESS, Plaintiff,
W. W. BURGESS, ABNER BURFOOT,
RODGER BURFOOT. CHARUfiB
BURFOOT, and EMMA JANE BUR
Ahner Burfoot and Rodger Burfoot.!
two of the defendants above named, wiu
J , A! Vn. A V AAflAII AYIilAjf Bfl
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sTwtv hns been commenced m the Su-
perior Court of Oamden County, North
Carolina, for the purpose of selling for
division among the tenants in common
the following described tract or parcel
of land:' Bounded on tne North by the
lands of Mrs. R. T. Burgess; on the
East by the lands of J. M .Burgess; on
the South by the lands of M. H. Hubbard;
and on the Wesfc-by the lands of J. M.
Buriress. and containing FIFTEEN
ACRES, more or less. And known as the
Abner Burfoot Tract of land; And the
said defendants will further take notice
that thev are required to be and appear
before the Clerk ef the Superior Court
of Camden County, at Camden, N. C,
on the 11th day of October, 1919, at
twelve o'clock, M., at the Court House,
and answer or demur to the complaint
in this action, or the plaintiff will apply
fSiened) W. J. BURGESS,
Clerk Superior Court.
This 6th day of September, 1919.
D. H. TILL ITT.
Attorney for Plaintiff S.19-4t
"for Sanitary Purposes
BURT (OR $0 DAY) SEED OATS '.
ALL KINDS OF GARDEN SEED.
ood fertilizers and good seed bongit ef this concern.
farmtnTl Pasquotank Cwty.Tict,f Iomoswu
Amoftf the stock-holders f this company ar 21 of the most successful
OUR STOCKS ARE COMPLETE
Office, Warehouse and Gin on West Main St, Opposite N.
S. R. R. Passenger- Depot Phone 972
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September 3rd, 1919
Just What You Want and Just When You Want It
Reapers and Binders
Spence & Hollowell Go.
The Big Farmers Supply House
Elizabeth City, N.C.
Tte Elizabeth City Buggy Company
Manufacturers of Buggies, & Dealers in American WireFence
, We Sell For Cash or On Time
Matthews Street ' ... Elizabeth City N. C.
AViV iJU Y1IVU r AKMS
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v I Now Have Over
' Actual Values in Farms
Located in a radius of 60 miles of Suffolk, Va
acreage running from 50 to 1,000 each farm
Have the finest tobacco lands in Virginia and North Car
Kna, have samples of tobacco grown on farms I sold lacf
as bricrht and fine a aualitv as anv nn tTnnioeis ,
v j wwacco 1&JA
in these United States. Have cotton, peanut, corn and general
o , "..vi.u m uniiig oiiu uxxsiiaxu lauus m Virginia
Nansemond River and her tributaries. Nearly every one f
these trucking farms have their own wharfs, shipping direct b
water to Norfolk, Baltimore, New York and other markets 7
Also the choicest of grazing 1 and; stock growing lands
These truck and stock farms have marl beds jtojsupply and keei '
them fertile until the second coming of Moses: Have the most
beautiful homes fronting the water, scenery cannot be excelled
selling from $2,500.00 to $90,000.00 each. Several of tW
farms have buildings which cannot be replaced for less th
$20,000.00 to $50,000.00
- -Water as fine as can be found in Eastern Viroinia
North Caroliiia. Uncle Sam and the Citv of Norfolk j
ing millions of dollars on four lakes carrying water to th ni
ef Norfolk and the Naval Base; 30 miles through pipes to PortL
raoutn ana unaer tne u;iizaretft Kiver, which bespeaks volumei
for the estimate placed on our beautiful country by Unclt
Sam's Civil Engineers and the general public.
Tobacco Growers Listen
Something like one hundred and seventv-fivi
tobacco grown near Suffolk this year, and as soon as the farmers
win mcrease tne acreage sufficiently to justify the business men,
Suffolk will see that you have a warehouse and a tnwJ
market worthy of the name and the City of Suffolk. We have
six railroads and ariver transportation line. Buyers what can
you want better than we offer. Lands selling for less than it
, w AlCtiX,
the price elsewhere and more fertile, with better advantages
Look For Stuff oik's Leading and Hustling
Real Estate Man
My services and car are yours with pleasure. Can show
you 35 to, 50 farms in one day's drive. Write or wire me two
days ahead what day and time you will be here, so I can give
you my services.
H. P. WINSLOW
i ' Youra for business.
P, O. feox No. 419.
Suffolk, Va. S
Stopping at Nansemond Hotel.
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Ship us your
Eggs, Chickens, Poultry
and Other Produce
Highest market prices all the time for Dressed Pork, Poultry, Eees
Peas, and other produce. Returns Same Day Goods Sold.
JARVIS & FENTRESS
ROANOKE DOCK x NORFOLK. VA
Th demand for cheaper farm lands has caused us
to extend our activities to other territories, and we have
succeeded in securing near Norfolk, Virginia about 50
place that are remarkable bargains.
These farms are all within 10 to 25 miles of Norfolk,
in an excellent community, on highly - improved hard
-surface roads, near good churches and schools, and are
equally as good as the higher priced North Carolina
We have opened an office at Fentress, Virginia, 20
miles this side of Norfolk, in charge of Mr. John E.
Corey, who will be glad to show you any of these proper
ties at any time you desire. Take the Norfolk-Southern
train at Elizabeth City, first informing Mr. Corey that
you will be there, and he will meet you in his car and
show you these properties, giving you time to catch the
next train to Elizabeth City. ' s
Mr. Corey or our home office wuTbe glad to furnish
you any particulars.
Home Office: Washington, N. C.
SHEEP, CATTLE," HOGS, VEAL, CALVES, POULTRY, EGGS
AND COUNTRY BACON
Highest Market Prices Quick Returns
Richardson & Berry
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
319-321 MARKET ST., NORFOLK, VA.
Write Us For Tage or Stencils
Black Land Farm
NORFOLK COUNTY, VIRGINIA
45 acres of wonderfully rich black land, u rich black and brown loam,
with a clay sub-siol. Every foot of it uiyter the plow. Not a stump, root
or stone on the property. A 100 per cent producer. Big crop of corn
without a pound of fertilizer shows what the land will do.
Thoroughly drained one of the best drained farms in Eastern Virginia.
The entire property faces a drainage canal just completed, 29 ft. wide
10 ft. deep with a fall of 2 ft. per mile.
Good two-story house, only few steps to church, school and stores.
First-class neighborhoodgood roads, within easy access of Norfolk and
all other markets.
Low price and easy terms to right parties.
This is a rare opportunity to secure A high grade, money making farm,
on which to raise corn, cotton, potatoes and all kinds of truck.
Reason for selling Cannot give it proper attention.
Come and investigate.
J. M. FERRIS
201-2 McKevitt Building
c O 3-2t
Chag. R. Robertson C. E. Stephenson
Chas. R. Robertson Co.
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION
25 ROANOKE DOCK . NORFOLK, VA.
All kinds of Stock. Live and Dressed Poultry, Eggs
Hides, Field Peas Potatoes, Bacon or anything grown on
the farm. Car load lots a specialty.
. BENNEfr. eV'CO.
Wholesale Commission Merchants In
Fresh Fish, Terrapin, Game, &c.
No. 104 Callowhill Street
-You will find it at Twiddy's. Twiddy sells
nothing but the best in groceries. His old and suc
cessful business has been built upon that one thing,
plus, courtesy and honesty.
G. W. TWIDDY
S. Poindexter Street
LIME - SAND
Prompt Deliveries, Quality Material,? Fair Prices
LAMBERT BROS. Inc.
Water arid Poindexter Sts.
Elizabeth City, N. C.
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