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the Independent, EUZABgnfr city, n. c
FRIDAY,, OCTOBER, iq, 19lg
Norfolk, Va.. Oct. 9, 1919 . ;
Reported especially for THE INDEr
PENDENT, by Jarvis & Fentress. The
following prices . represent actual sales
Items not quoted were not sold today
and"the Food Administration prohibits
quotations other than actual sales.
TVr J. 53c
Hens -35c to 37c j
Turkeys, live 35 to6.
Roosters, lie : I
Ducks, live 30c
Nevv- Sweet Potatoes
Yellow Barks $2.50.
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LIVE STOCK PRICES
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:- 1 Norfolk, Va., Oct. 9, 1919
The following quotations are actual
sales made this day by Chas. R. Robert
son Co., wholesale commission mer
chants, reported especially for THE IN-
.xi ---- 8c H
Hattlp r I i
Vear Calves -u le to TTc
Large Calves 10cto l2c
Fat Sheep 7c toc
Live Hogs -- 4c to laS
ADS TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE: Farm bargain; 85 acres
on Western Branca or tne muxnvew , .
r: noar Norfolk. 60 in cultivation,
ballance timber, shipping depot on tne,,
farm, land is high and in gooa staie uj. (
cultivation. 2 tenant houses, dwelling .
and out houses. Price $12,000, and
terms; 101 acres adjoining the above 35
tleared. the balance in wpodland, dwell- j
ing and out buildings, Price $6,000 and
terms. Owner desires to sell them both (
together but would sell seperate. These,
farms are well worth the money and
will make a very profitable investment, i
w T ORTFFIN INVESTMENT CO.
526 Main St., NorfolkvVa. Phone 4679
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FOR SALE: 191S Touring Cargoing
at a sacrifice, looks like new andevery
part in excellent condition. Branew
Willard Storage Battery. See W. B.
NEWBERN of Newbern Produce Co.
"WANTED: To buy a fresh cow or to
feed one for milk. Must give at least
three gallons. For particulars PHONE
232. . pO0-2t
Other Classified Ads Will be Found on
RriR TO PREACH TO
PEARL STREET IrlETHODISTS
Rev. R. H. Askew, evangelist will con
duct a special Sunday afternoon service
at the First Methodist Church on Pearl
St. at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. He
will be assisted, in the service by Mrs.
Askew, soloist and S. Glover Winter, his
"It Must Have Been Dead at Least 6
Months But Didn't Smell,"
"Saw a big rat in our cellar last Fall."
Writes Mrs. Johnny, "and. bought a 25c
cake of RAT-SNAP. ' broke it up into
small pieces. Last week while moving
we came across, the dead rat. Must have
been dead six months, didn't smell. RAT
SNAP is wonderful." Three size's 25c.
50c $1.00 Sold and guaranteed by CITY
DRUG STORE, CULPEPPER ' HDW.
CO., and G. W. TWIDDY A.22-4t
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP,
Required by the act of Congress of Aug
u.st 24. 1912, of
Published weekly at Elizabeth City,
State of North Carolina
County of Pas.quotank
Before me, a Notary Public in and or(
they State and county aforesaid, person
nally appeared W. O. Saunders, who,;
h.wnff V a art Atr
l&w. ilenoses and sflvs that he is the btib-. I
lisher and editor of The Independent, and j
knowledge and belief, a true statement !
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Ui. lut: uwuemiup, iuitnaciucut vouu u. .
thex foresaid publication for the date (
shown in the above caption, required by'
the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied
in Section 443, Postal Laws and Regu- (
( form to wit:
1. That the names and addresses of V
the publisher, editor, managing editor, and .3
business managers are: I !fi
City, N, " C. ; Editor, W. O. Saunders,' 'OU
Elizabeth City. N. C I iir
2. That the owners are: (Give names
.nd addresses of individual owners, or,
if a corporation, give its name and the
names and addresses of stockholders
owning or holding 1 per cent, or more
of the total amount of stock.)
W .O: Snnnrlprs. Eliznheth fh'fnr. N. f!.
3. That the known bondholders, mort- J
e-np-pAs uTirl ntViAr srnr5tv Tinldpra awti-'"
in or holding 1 per cent, or more of
to:-'! amount of bonds, mortgages, or
oil:' : securities are: None. I
-W. O. Saunders, Publisher
S n to and subscribed before me
this the 3rd. das' of October 1919. I
M. B. CULPEPPER,
Sale of Valuable Property .
By virtue of an order entered by G.
R. Little, Clerk Superior Court- of Pas
fiUOtr.nk County in that special proceed
ing pending before him entitled, "IN RE
MARTHA V. BELL .and husband. A.
r T!ii w TT .Tpnninffs. Sr.. and Wil
liam H.' Jennings, Jr., by nis next friend,!
J. W. Munden " I shall otter tor saie at ,
the Coutt house door in Pasquotank
roiity at 12 o'clock M. on Saturday,
Oober llth, 1919, the following de
scribed property, to-wjt:
o ir, PrnviflpTii-e Township and
bounded on the North by the lands of IN
Mr A F. Toxey and Mrs. virgimu
" flulrepper, on the East by the lands of
W. F. Pntcnaru, jr., on
the Main Road and the lands oi w. j..
i W2 by the lands
of D. J. Smithson, containing 70-cres,
more or less, and being the same lafld,
recorded in Wffl book u, pages o-v---
the Clerk Superior Court Pas
ouic . . 0 juua Whitehurst and
Mattie Whitehurst. . h .g
except that lrtaon th6 J
eluded within the famay bursal j rf
. Terms o ist, 1920,
said property U"L" wn thereon
frreVrved. and will
i. s&id ale.
, September 6, 1919.
1 - C 1 THOMPSON,
. cS.lS-4t Commissioner of the Court,.
Thousands of BMlm Gi Away im Eremmms and Prizes
100 000 in-
Scores of Shows and VaYibus Other Attractions, High Dives, Etc.
Foe Finest Morse
At This Fair.
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.Nine Miles of the Smoothest anjd Finest
Grand Display of Fire Works at Night
First Day of Fair, October 28th, is Community Home Coming Day, and Every
Soldier and Sailor in Uniform admitted to the Fair and Dinner Served Free that day
High Glass attractions, Vaudeville, Acrobatic Stunts, etc in -Frpnt of Grand Stand at Race Track, Daily-
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Who Will be the Firtf Native of This County to Take an Airplane Ride? Come and Watch Him Go Vp
See your Railroad Ticket Agent for SPECIAL
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Carnival Show;s by Si
Biggest Purses in.
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Visiting Automobilists to
CHOWAN FAIR :ASSOQIMWION.:
History of Our Fairs.
ride to their Heart's
RATES from AH' Points to
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Big Balloon Ascensions Daily
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bleys Famous Shows.
on Earth, for the
EDENTON for the FAIR-
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