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i ' i ; ' 'i J ! . 1 .v t-J m m If m .4:1 ! I m ?3l 11 53 I'd i. auu i i - j r"ix 8PLU T ADVERTISEMENTS IN THIS COLUMN COST ONE I JSST! I CENT A WORD FOR EACH INSERTION. NO AD-' WS&SB f VERTISEHENT ACCEPTED FOR LESS THAN 25c. 7 J, -SoTviuomt Qr) " ' " I Nuts Tor Seed for Farm and Garden in season and out of season. For Farm Corn, Peas, Pea Grass and Clover Seed. Garden Early Peas, T; :nns. Cabbage, Collard, Cu cumber, Squash, Tomato, Beet, and Melon Seed. Feed Hay, Grain, and Mill Feed. Poultry Feed and Supplies. Pratt's. - Hess, Conkey and other Remedies for Stock and Poultry, Fly Chaser, Lice Killer, Dip and Disinfectant. Electric Supplies, Automobile Lamps, Flash Lights and Dry Cell Batteries and all things electrical. Yours to serve, W. S. White & Co 120-122 Poindexter St. PHONE 64. FOR SALE: Schooner Susanah, 35 tons. On ac count of dissolution of partnership will be sold re gardless of value. Ad dress W. F. WINSTEAD & BRO.; Ransomville, N. C. pJe.l3-4t FOR SALE: Cotton gin, Grist mill and International feed mill, complete with 25 H.P. Boiler, 15 H.P. Engine. 70 saw gin, Beasley power press and all necessary shafting, pulleys, belting, etc. All in running condition. Will sell ' cheap to quick buyer. Apply to L.. C. RELFE, Durants Neck. N. C. pA25-3mos. For Sal: Large eight room house, front and back stairway, all modern elegant water. Large lot, small orchard growing. Located on Dyer Street, con venient to School, convenient to churches, and close, to business part of town. To appreciate it is to examine it. Will sell for cash or make terms to suit purchaser if possible see N. R PARKER & Son. cJe20-2t PORSALE: Bight room residence on corner lot on Martin St. A good home, good neighborhood, to be sold cheap to a quick buyer. Apply to MISS HARIS, 141 Martin Street, or Phone 919-L. cMy-23tf. FOR RENT FOR SALE: One extra good work mare. Reasonable price to quickest buyer. Apply W. B. PUMMILL, Raleigh St., Elizabeth City. cA4-tf. A Quiet. Refined Place To Eat SCOTT & TWIDDY'S CAFEj HINTON BUILDING Main St., Elizabeth City, N. C. FOR SALE Bee Hives and Bee Sup plies. See R. E. Quinn Furniture Com pany cM21tf. FOR SALE: Cheap for cash. I Ice box. 5 show cases: 1 pair counter scales; one 60 gallon oil tank; I Na tional Biscuit Co. cake rack. Apply to F. OWENS CO., 817 Southern Ave Elizabeth City. N. C. pJel3-3t FOR SALE: Hampshire rams, fine for breeding purposes. Apply to LOWRY CARTWRIGHT, R. F. D. 1, Weeksville. N. C. or- G. G. MARK HAM, Elizabeth City, N. C. cJe20-tf FOR RENT: One of the best farms in ePrquimans county, known as the Leigh Farm, in Durants Neck. Will rent as a whole or subdivide to suit any one. from a two horse, to a 25 -horse 4oi.moi- Tinrl well drained, rich In fartility. Twelve sets of buildings. Apply to G. G. MARKHAM. 210 Kram er mag., Elizabeth City. N. C cJe28tf Miscellanepus WILL TRADE lot No. 50 on Plat Euclid Heights for Ford car or win sen to ucbi offer. Address JOB SAWYER, care Southern Supply Co., Norfolk, Va. pJe27-2t WILL TRADE or sell equity in two r-ii i -piooa lots Norfolk. Va.. for automobile, balance $20.00 per month no taxes nor interest for three years on HAfprrPd navments. Excellent location best terms in city, will make money. Address JOB SAWYER, Care Southern oi-u- nn -Norfolk. Va. pje27-2t tJuy,7 -ww.f w POSITION WANTED YOUNG LADY stenographer just out of college desires position in Elizabeth Citv. Address "STENOGRAPHER" in care of this newspaper. cJe20-2t H. S. WILLEY Room 29 DENTIST Kramer Bleb. 1887 4l Established UDELL BROS. COMMISSION MERCHANTS We sell Products from the Farm. Shipments r 11 T Solicited iNoriolk, Va. MylS-lyr. LORRAINE HOTEL Norfolk, Virginia Thoroly Renovtted Since February Nolo Operated By Dpdson Hotel Corp. AnadidDnn Tuesday, Aug. 5, 1919 The John H. Sawyer Property on NEWBEGUN CREEK at Weeksville, N. C. This property runs from Lowry's bridge to Wil son's bridge and is desirable for building lots, cotton gin, saw mill, stores, etc. Cotton gin and wharf al ready on property will be offered for sale. For further information apply to G. G. MARKHAM 2 1 0 Kramer Bldg. Elizabeth City, N. C COUNTRY PEOPLE Are cordially invited to make the ALKRAMA THEATRE headquarters while in town Saturday afternoons. Leave your bundles at our office; use our phone. And if you want to see a good show, we run a specially good one every Saturday afternoon. ALKRAMA THEATRE NORTH CAROLINA. PASQUOTANK COUNTY. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. Udall & Ballon, Inc., vs M. H. Tillett. ORDER It appearing: to the court from the affidavit of P. G. Sawyer, attorney, filed herein, that the plaintiff above named recovered judgment on the 29th day of June 1907, in the amount of TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS and in terest which is duly docketed in Docket "C." at page 215, in the office of this Court, and that no part of the said judgment has ever been paid and the same is now due ana owing; tnat no execution has been issued on the same, and that the defendant is a, non-resident of the State and after due dilll- gence cannot be found within the State and that he has property in tnis fetate; IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED by the Court that the defendant appear before me at my office in the Court House in Elizabeth City, N. C, on Tuesday the 1st day of July, 1919 and show cause, if any he has, why execu tion should not be issued oa the judg ment set out above. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this order shall be published in the "Independent," a newspaper published in Elizabeth City, N. C, for four successive weeks, and that such publication shall be sufficient notice to the defendant. G. R. LITTLE, CA.S&S-J.6--It Clerk Superior Court. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Having qualified as Administrator tr the late Avery J. Brinson, I hereby give notxee to all persons indebted to his estate to come forward and make immediate settlement, and those hold ing 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 re covery. June 7th, 1919. HUMPHREYS LEWARK, Sea Gull, N. C pJe27-6t Administrator. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Having qualified as Administrator of the late Dennis S. Twiford, I hereby giye notice to all persons indebted to his estate to come forward and make immediate settlement, and those hold ing 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. June 21, 1919. M. D. Twiford, Sr. cJe30-6t Administrator NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Having qualified as administratrix of the late W. HTSArmstrong I hereby give notice to all persons indebted to his estate to come forward and make immediate settlement, and those hold ing claims against the same to pres ent them for payment within twelve months from the date of this notice, or it will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. DAISY ARMSTRONG, Administratrix? May 20th, 1919 6t. NOTICE! NOTICE! Entry No. 155 Notice is hereby given that E. G. Williams, of Avon, Dare County, State ' of North Carolina, enters and lays claim to the following . described piece or parcel of land in Kennekeet Town ship, Dare County, " State aforesaid, described and defined as follows, viz: Beginning at the shore side run nings an easterly course with the Patrol House Creek ten yards, thence a northerly course to within two thou sand yards of Askins Creek, joining C. R. Hooper's line, thence a westerly course to shore side, thence a south erly course to place of beginning. Containing by estimation three acres more or less. Entered this June 10th, 1919. GEO. T. BAILEY, pJel3-4t. Entry Taker NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Having qualified as Administrator of the late Mrs. Meddie Mercer, I hereby give notice to all persons indebted to her estate to come forward and make immediate settlement, and those hold ing 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 re covery. June 7th, 1919. B. F. MERCER, pJe.l3-6t Administrator BUS TURN. I've decided not to get an opera cloak or a new ball crown this year. Why not? . My huaband la looTclng so shab by I think he simply . must have a new suit. NIPPED IN THE BUD. Why did you start smoking again? Because Dobbs asked me If my wife forbid me to, and next I know she'll be telling her friends she did! A GOOD REASON. "Why don't you take a house per manently Instead of carrying that house on your back?' "Cheaper to move than pay rent, my boy!" HUMILIATING. I hear that Brown met with a most humiliat ing accident. Yes. After dodging expen 8 i v e limousines for years he was run over by a jitney.- NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Having qualified as Administrator C. T. A. of the late Sarah L. Nixon, I hereby give notice to all persons in debted to his estate to come forward and make immediate selltement, 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. H. E. BANKS Administrator, C. T. A. April 17th., 1919. c My 23-6t A NATURAL QUERY. Duck Now I wonder what kind of a bird laid those funny, yellow eggs! RECOMMEND ING HIM. What kind of a husband will he make? One that is. per fectly safe for a woman to drive. A MARRIED COUPLE. "We can't all be rich m this world." "No. But Isn't it fine that we can all know someone who hasn't quite so much money as we have?" r THE IDEA. Miss Goose That must be that silly Gan der trying to flirt with me. HE WASN'T A DOCTOR. At forty a man is either a fool or a physician. I've never known you to write a prescription. 5 A RARE CASE. You remem ber Johnny Jones, the bad boy .. everybody said would sure ly come to a bad end? Yes; what of him? Nothing, ex cept that in his case for once everybody was right. Thing That Realiy Counts. The great thing in this world Is not bo much where we are, but In what direction we are moving. Oliver Wen dell Holmes. Sale of Valuable Farm Machinery I HAVE FOR SALE. FOR( CASH THE FOLLOWING FARM MACHINERY, To wit: one 10-20 Titan Trac tor. One Osborne Solid Disc Harrow and Tandem. Little Genius Gang Plow for Tractor. One 30-37 Sterling Grain Thresher. One Smalley Feed Cutter All of these articles of machinery in first class or der. They have been in use only a part of one year, and can be bought very rs ably. Said machinery all be longs to the estate of Frank Cartwright, deceasr ed. G.G.larkham Administrator. Elizabeth City, N. C. Jel3-tt NOTICE OF ELECTION According to . an r(Act passed In the 1919 General Assembly of N. Car., there will be an election held in Pasquotank County at the various voting precincts on Tuesday 'the Fifth day of August, 1919, at which time there shall be sub mitted to the qualified voters of Pas quotank County the question of "Stock Law" or "No Stock Law," and at said election those in favor of a general stock law for Pasquotank County shai, vote a ballot on which shall be .the words "For Stock Law" and those op posed to a general stock law for said county shall vote a ballot on which shall be the words "Against Stock Law." The following named persons were named as Registrars and Poll Holders of said Election: H. G. Godfrey, Registrar, 1st ward, E. City voting precinct Godfrey's store. P. S. ShiDD. Jno. C. Perry, pou nomers. Henry Williams, Registrar, Second Ward, voting precinct, Williams' store. Tj. W. Anderson. J. C. Munden, Poll Holders. H. W. Whitehurst, Registrar, Third Ward, votine precinct, Whitehurst's Store. J. M. LeRoy, J. H. Burgess, Poll Holders. Kenyon Bailey, Registrar, Fourth Ward, voting precinct, Market House, N. A. Jones, W. G. Pool, Poll Holders. B. F. Pritchard, Registrar, Provi dence Township, voting precinct, Davis store, John S. Morgan, Drew Sawyer, Poll Holders. Geo. W. Cartwright, Registrar, Nix onton Township, voting precinct, Cart wright's Store, J. N. Keaton, John S. Morris, Poll Holders. W. G. Morgan, Registrar, Nixonton Township, voting precinct, Simons' Store, B. F. Bray, C. H. Berry. Poll Holders. J. J. Morris, Registrar, Salem Town ship, voting precinct, Sawyer & Meads Store, M. W. Lister, W. W. Eves, Poll Holders. B. G. Winslow, Registrar, Mt. Her mon Township, voting precinct, Okisko Jones' Store, T. C. Perry, Hubert Own ley, Poll Holders. E. P. Cartwright, Registrar, Mt. Her mon Township, voting precinct. Cart wright's School House. D. W. Morgan, John L. Winslow, Poll Holders. W. J. Williams, Registrar, Newland Township, voting precinct, Jackson's Store, H. W. Bright, J. F. Jones, Poll Holders. . . By order of the County Commission ers this the zna aay oivjune, ww. N. BURFOOT. Chrm. Pro tem. J. W. MUNDEN, Clerk. adv.-Je6-4t. Fariris 'or Sale! $500,000.00 Half Million Dollars of Country, Town and City Property -r-1 Anw TT'Ho Knth V TTArtfrttvl "RffoTltftri 9.nd Rllnhnw, . nrt 7i par Whalewille. Cypress, Saunders, Holland, Myrtle. Lumm,, ?.. Q-.-ifPr.1lr ViVp-iriia ' Beautiful city and town proprety. Farms and timber lands. Anythin. the investor or homeseeker can wish or is looking for. I have optioned i swaitiri? hnvera. Am ready and anxious to deed same. Fniin . l tial list of farms ana otner properties : witi, 1, farm 220 acres 4 miles from WhaleyviHe, 73 acres-3 miles -Iroin ''Whaleyvine, Va. Wm. Thomas Kilby arm 250 acres 4 miles from Suffolk. J. T. Williams Yates farm. 225 acres 1 miles from Suffolk. G. Cooper Willie A. Lassiter farm, 239 acres 3 miles from Suffolk. E, R. Rodgers farm 60 acres 2 miles from Suffolk. Altschul farm 160 acres 3 miles from Suffolk. Jessie Whitley farm 350 acres-j4' miles from Suffolk. John King farm 1000 acres 5 miles from Suffolk. Willie J. Brinkley farm 105 acresj 8 miles from Suffolk. Henry Parker farm 197 acres 8 miles from Suffolk. R, Sam Holland farm 142 acres with store and gin and mill buildings all machinery at Saunders station 7 miles from Suffolk. Robert E Brothers farm 199 acres Cypress; Va. W. H. Brothers, deceased. : Beverly P. Baker farm 73 Savage farm 101 acres Mannings Siding, 4 miles from Suffolk. Nelms Farm 77 acres Mannings Siding, 4 miles from Suffolk. Cyrus H. Ellis farm 50 acres Mannings Siding, 5 miles from Suffolk. Joshua Harrell farm 198 acres 3 miles from Holland, Va. A. G. Harvell farm 125 acres 3 miles from Suffolk. W. W. Smith farm 100 acres I mile Nurney's Station, 6 miles from Suffojt Charlie F White farm 60 acres in Bdsley, N. C. Ernest S. Benton farm 60 acres Wiggins X Roads, 3 miles Corapeake, N. c J. T. Parker farm 50 acres at Liberty Spring Church, 8 miles from Suffolk O. L. Baker home, store, and two large farms 7 miles from Suffolk. Jack Baker farm 42 acres 8 miles from Suffolk. J. H. Adams farm 35' acres Lummis Station, Va. F. H. Hedgebeth farm 45 acres Lummis Station, Va. J. E. Gray farm 100 acres Kenyon Station. 4 miles from Suffolk. Robert Rawles farm 160 acres 3 miles from Holland, Va. John Harrell farm 3 miles Sunbury, N. C. Baker and Bob Hollowell Parker farm, 174 acres 1 mile from Sunbury. jf, Thomas B. Walters home farm 75 acres Hertford. N. C. George W. Chappell farm 208 acres 1 mile. Hertford. N. C. K. R Winslow Taylor farm, 100 acres 3 miles Elizabeth City, N. C. The C. W. Morris J. C. Commander Home with about 3 acres of vacant lot adjoining the High School of Elizabeth City, N. C. DOZENS OF OTHER PROPERTIES FOR SALE NOT LISTED HERE. MR. HOMESEEKER AND INVESTOR: I have the finest assortment of farming lands in North Carolina and Virginia Thousands of acres of the best tobacco farms, all around Suffolk, that can to found in these States. Tobacco now growing on farms I sold last year going at less than half price such lands are selling for in the tobacco belt Mr. Farmer If you want a farm or have a farm to sell look for Suffolk Hustling Real Estate Man. Homeseekers wanting to locate in Suffolk, see or write me at once. Yours for business, H. P. WINSLOW P. O. Box 419. Stopping at Hotel. SUFFOLK, VA. United States Railroad Administration NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD Passenger Train Schedules Corrected to February 1, 1919 As information, not guaranteed. South and West Bound No. 5 No. 1 No. 3. Leave ' . Eliz. City xlO : 03am xll :35am xlO :17pm Arriv Kdenton 11:15am 12:35pm 11:31pm Mackeys Columbia Belhaven Pinetown Washington New Bern Oriental Morehead City Beaufort Goldsboro 1:20pm 12:04am y 2 : 40pm ylO :30am y 3:00pm y 10 :45am x 2:20pm 1:20am 3:00pm 1:55am 4:35pm 4:00am 7i30pmyl2:10pm 7 45pm xlO : 50am 8:05pm 11:10am 8:45pm 6:35am No. 38 4:01pm, 5:35pm 7 : 45 pm Bound No. 2 11:00am 2:20pm 3:02am 4:45am 7:05am 2:45pm Lv Elizabeth City Ar Suffolk Ar Greenville Ar Wilson Ar Raleigh Ar Charlotte North No. 4 Leave Eliz. Citv x 6 : 00am Ar Norfolk 8:10am 4:50pm 5:30pm x Daily y Daily except Sunday. 6 Tuesday, Thurs. and Sat. only. G. B. UNDERWOOD, Traffic Agt. Edenton , N. C. E. S. DOUGLASS, Tck. Agt., Elizabeth City. N. C No. 6. 3:00pm z 3:30pm UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Round Trip Excursion Fares Summer Tourist Tickets on sale May 15th limited for return to October 31st, 1919 to "Virginia Beach, Va. Morehead City, N.C. Cape Henry, "Va. Beaufort, N. C. 'Norfolk, Va. Week End Fares to above named points. Tickets on sale every Saturday arid- Sunday, May 24th to September 7th limited to return Tuesday following date of sale. Sunday Excursions Virginia Beach, Va. Morehead City, N.C. Cape Henry, Va. Beaufort, N. C. Norfolk, Va. Nag's Head, N. C. Manteo, N. C. Tickets on sale every Sunday limited to day of sale May 25th to September 8th. For Fares, descriptive folders and other information apply to nearest ticket agent. - nans Successors to Farant & Smith n 36 nnnna a a aaaaaaaa V. M. SMITH & CO PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS f POULTRY AND EGGS A SPECIALTY Roanoke Dock Norfolk. Va. nana a a 9 ij-uu-w .'..uiiuuuii"1 . . j Just What You Want and Just When You Want It Threshers Reapers and Binders Mowers, Rakes Riding Cultivators Spence & HofloweB Co. The Big Farmers Supply House Elizabeth City, N.C. t f ,ilKrir-'lj H. F. DIK J. H. RICHARDSON, Pres. G. H. RIVENBERG & CO. WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS DEALERS IN NORTH CAROLINA PEAS AND POTATOES New York National Exchange Bank and the Trade 168 Reade Street REFERENCES Irving Generally. Selling Agents for the Eastern Shore of On ley, Va. Norfolk Trucker's Exchange, Produce Exchange, Pocomoke City, Md. Va. Produce Norfolk, Va. Excharfl Peninsula SHIP US YOUR PRODUCE SHEEP, CATTLE, HOGS, VEAL., CALVES, AND COUNTRY BACON POULTRY, EGGS HIGHEST MARKET PRICES QUICK RETURNS ichardson & Berry GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 319-321 MARKET ST., NORFOLK, VA. Write Us For Tags or Stencils. jVrites-oria M The Elizabeth City Buggy Company d i a :rt XireFen-e aracturers ot Buggies, oc usaicis in i-nuc . We Sell For Cash or On Time Matthews Street Elizabeth City, an mi IP iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllll! Let us Have Your Orders For Job PrinW iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii"1111111 a a a a a n aa n a . 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