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KUPAY, SEPTEMBER 5, M
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Coles Hot Blast -
The Gray & Dudley Lines
'r-yi.-;'X-L-;Hot: Wilson Heaters
: Wood and Gas Combinations
We offer you e "eo, ta coal ae left load of heaters on
to make your selections. We can save you m y V,,r , nrir, on all lines of home furnishings.
Mo &, Mo
The Main Street Furniture Store
Elizabeth City, N. C.
FREE for one year to any subscriber to
this newspaper who will remit for two
yearly subscriptions to THE INDE
PENDENT at $1.50 each. Your own
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SUDSCnpiion sm - '
own renewal and one new subscription
and get THE PROGRESSIVE FARM-
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Let Us Save You Money
We are better prepared than ever to
handle your shoe trade. We bought most
of our stock before the recent advances.
We are content with a small profit.
We can shoe your whole family and
save you money on every pair.
We carry an attractive line of men's
and boy's clothing and furnishings at reas
onable prices. A full line of boys suits.
8 N. Poindexter St. Elizabeth City, N. C.
oe Repairs Cheaper
Men's Half Soles, Sewed
Ladies' Half Soles, Sewed
First Class Work Best Grade White Oak Leather
Half Sole and Rubber Heels for Men $160
For Women i S150
8 North Poindexter Street
Next Door to Benton & West
Norfolk, Sept. 4, 1919
Reported especially for 1& INDE
PENDENT' by Jarris & Fentress. The
following prices represent acttial sales
made to-day: t
Items not quoted were not sold today
and the Food Administration prohibits
Quotations other than actual sales.
Hp 33c to 3oc
Frying Chickens 40c to 42c
T?wiKtri. live 200
Ducks, live 20c to 25c
New Sweet Potatoes
-Yellow Barks $2.75 to $3.00
James Harvey Crawford, for many
years a resident of this city, died at
Black Mountain in tne North Carolina
"Land of the Sky,' last Saturday. Mr.
Crawford was connected' with the Nor
folk Southern B. B, offices here several
years ago and removed from here to
New Bern, N. C. where he had charge
of the company's freight business until
illness compelled him to give up. He is
survived by a sister in this city, Mrs.
W. W. Woodley.
-Locket" Ey eg lasse.
irerfus for which a British pat
ent has been granted can be folded
when idle to resemble a iocx ami
worn on a chain as an ornament.
Wet Porphyry Pebble.
At Nantasket Beach I cannot bnt
approve the taste which, clothed the
emperors In purple, wnen x see
wet porphyry pebbles. Esaerson.
According V to "English scientists,
electricity passed through timber when
freshly cut makes It more resistant
azainst decay and funeons exowth.
The family of Mrs. M. S lijatli take
'his me.il'; of expressing than- .s to nil
their friends who so kindly extended
sympathy in the sad hour of their bereavement.
ij IB cents a package
Read What.U. S. Dept. of Agriculture
Says About What Two Rats Can Do.
According to government figures, two
rats breeding continually, for three years
produce 359,709,482 individual rats. Act
when you see the first rat, don't wait.
BAT-SNAP is the surest, cleanest, most
convenient exterminator. No mixing
with other foods. Drys up after killing
leaves no smelL Caes or dogs won't
touch it. Sold and guaranteed by CITY
DRUG STORE. CULPEPPER HDW.
CO., and G. W. TWD3DY. A2-4t
FOR SALE: A No. 1 Jersey cow. Good
milker and of good stock. J. R. FLEM
ing, Body Road. pS-lt
FOR SALE: 40 acre farm, wt acres
cleared, 15 acres pine thicket, six room
two story house; new barn, stables and
other outbuildings. New fence around j
yard lot and new gates. Fence around
farm in good condition. Farm in high
state of cultivation; short drainage. Pro
luces this year 1 barrels of corn and
bale of cotton per acre respectively.
Situated in New Hope Township, Per
quimans county, on two public roads,
Durant's Neck main road and Trim Saw
yer road; 4 mile of New Hope Base
Ball diamond;1 mile of New Hope High
School and church. Known as the Sut
ton Farm. Price $a,000. See me at
once. This offer good until October 1.
1919 only. Terms cash. C .D. BAR
CLIFT, Durants Neck, N. C. pS5-4t
THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER SAYS
for the land sake sow CRIMSON CLO
VER. Now to help out this suggestion
we have gotten in a supply of seed and
innoculation, all at a low price.
A . crop of crimson clover to plow
Tinder for every acre of corn to be plant
ed next spring; and a winter cover crop
to be grazed in early spring will greatly
improve your land and stock and add
greatly to your corn pile in the fall.
Just try one acre and be surprised as
all have that has tried it.
If can't do better sow winter rye or
oats and dbnt neglect the pig crop rape.
Where-you buy any the above seeds
of us or not, sow at least a garden spot
and you will sow more next fall,
I further suggest watch the men that
has tried clovers. Read the Progressive
Farmer. . '
C. C. AYDLETT & SON
. Harbinger, N. C.
L & TJ3 SER3B-PASTE PAINTS
BEST THAT CAN BE MADE
Cost to you $3-25 a Gallon when made ready to use
RCCOt3XXENDED BY SATISFIED USERS FOR OVER 40 YEARS
Obtain COLOR CARD from our Agents or
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LONGMAN & RIARIinU wamiiavwi 9 fj
The Eyes of Youth
The school-child should not be
handicapped by poor vision.
Defective eyesight is often the
. cause of backwardness i n the
An examination will determine
whether or not glasses are needed.
J. W. SELIG
521 Mian Street
WANTED : -Fifty boys and girls to
at the Elizabeth City Business ci?
prepare for high class position, iwi
of ten per cent on tuition for fw
pupils to start, beginning September 2
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having Qualified as RrAonhv .
-vtuuu l IB
late W. K. Etheridge, I hereby gi Z
uce to au persons indebted to his .
tate to come forward and make iam-
mate settlement, ana tnose holding euig,
against the same to present thm fo
payment within twelve months from tt.
date of this notice, or it will be plea&
in bar of their recovery.
September 3rd, 1919
Wriat you pay out your good money for
is cigarette satisfaction and, my, how
you do get it in every puff of Camels!
XPERTLY blended choice
Turkish and choice Domestic
tobaccos in Camel cigarettes elimi
nate bite and free them from any
unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or
unpleasant cigaretty odor.
Camels win instant and permanent
success with smokers because the
blend brings out to the limit the
refreshing flavor and delightful mel-
low-mildness of the tobaccos yet re
taining the desirable "body." Camels
are simply a revelation.' You may
smoke them without tiring your taste!
For your own satisfaction 5rou must
compare Camels with any cigarette
in the world at any price: Than,
you'll best realize their superior
quality and the rare enjoyment
"IF YOU NEED A Thing
You Pay for it Whether
YOU BUY IT OR N0r
We dont' recall the ae
thor oi this phrase, but it
struck us as being parti
cularly applicable to Spec
tacles and Eye Glasses.
Highest petsottA clft-
ciency is not possible
without perfect vision,
and GALESKI GLASS
GOOD FOR THE EYES
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY. Winton-Sa!em. N.
Zoom Over Your Trouble With
Sec the fiver zoom over that
soft fresh cloud high up in the
heavens he's cool and happy.
Are you ?
Or are you hot and sticky, men
tally fagged and sluggish ?
Try an exhilarating zoom over
your troubles with a bubbling,
sparkling beaker of Pepsi-Cola.
It makes you simply scintillate!
To catch the incipient feeadache
to give Old Man Humidity the
merry ha-ha! Drink
Pepifying Stimulating Rejuvenating
Dr. Wm. Parker
317 Hinton Building
Elizabeth City, N. C
of the child
In the years to come it
will be your most chcr
Hall Has the Kodak
&- Norfolk and X
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