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THE INDEPENDENT, ELIZABETH CITY, N, C
ADVERTISEMENTS IN THIS COLUMN COST ONE
f ENT A WORD FOR EACH INSERTION. NO AD
VERTISEMENT ACCEPTED FOR LESS THAN 25r.
FOR SALE: fcriok store bmlding 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., City. Phone 1049. o S 19-tf
FOR SALE: One house and lot on K.
Cedar St, in good condition and one lot
on West Burgess St. high and well lo
cated. WiU Sell cheap to a qui buy
r .for cash. CP. HARRIS at Mc
Cabe & Grice. P s 26-zt
VARM 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. C.
p S 26-4t .
FOR SALE: Brick Yard and 100 acres
of land for sale very cheap. A small
investment will add. big profits. See L.
FOR SALE: Three good milch cows.
Apply to J. K. LAYDEN, R. F. D. 1.
Chapanoke, N. C. pS18-2t
FOR SALE: Deadrise house boat;
29 1-2 feet over all. 14 h. p. Detroit
engine. Hull only 2 year's old, engine in
good order. No use for it ; $300 cash
takes it. C. H. BRICKHOUSE, Co
lumbia, N. C. pS18-2t
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
solutely good ' condition. iuxtra tire,
bumper, spot light, new mohair top
spot cash. Address "AUTO," P. O. BuX
387, Elizabeth City, N. C, or see W. O.
FOR SALE or LEASE: Saw mill, gin,
cooperage plant and shingle mill near
Currituck C. H. Power consists of 40
H. P. boiler and 25 H. P. engine. Every
thing in good order. Here is a splendid
opportunity for an all round mill man
who understands ginning, sawing and
parrel making. I am getting out because
my health will not permit me to carry
on the business. Will operate on shares
with right party. E. M. WALKER,
Currituck C. H., N. C. pS5-4t
FOR SALE: 200 acre farm, 3 horse
crop in good condition; remainder in
pine and hardwood. Dwelling and one
tenant house, good water; both fine
places for living. Good range for stock,
In 400 or 500 yards of Little River. Ap
ply to J. H. BURTCHER, Box 112, R.
F. D. 3, Hertford, N. C. cAug29-8t
FOR SALE: Three fresh milch cows
and calves. Price $80 to $90." Also one
mule, good worker, $50. T. S. OWNLEY,
R F D 1, Chapanoke, N. C. ' pS12-2t
FOR SALE: (1) 48 acres,
cleared and 28 in good wood
land, with 9-room dwelling
in excellent condition, good
outbuildings and orchards;
the home farm of Jno. T.
Wiliams, 15 miles from E.
City, in Newland township.
(2) 100 acres cleared land
within half mile of Tract No.
1, with good dwelling house
which requires only slight re
pairs to make-nice home.
One of the best farms in'
the county, known as Jones
Farm and owned by J. T.
(3) 23 acres pine thicket
with large number , of . 12-2
piling on same.
Tracts 1 and 2 in high state
of cultivation, on main road,
2 miles from High School
and church. Part3r desires
to sell all and will not sell
otherwise and must sell be
fore Oct. 15, 1919. Prices
reasonable. Apply to M. B.
SIMPSON, Elizabeth City,
N. C. - p S 26 - It
One house on W. nurgess -recondition.
Three houses on Cypress St.
in fine condition, newly painted and I aU
modern conveniences. Either of the
pla-es would make beautiful homes for
homeseekers, or a paying investment. We
have one beautiful home on Cherry Bt.
to sell to quick buyer. Write or see
TWIFORD & TWIFORD, 423 Hinton
Bldg. Phone 1049. . c S 26-lt
FOR SALE: 7 room, house on South-
em Ave. AJesjiuuie ,Y
i rt.-rn V.nav nnvmpnts. ' HARRx M.
SEELEY, 313 Hinton Bldg., City,
p S 26-lt :
FOR. SALE: House and lot on North
Road St. $3,000. Can arrange terms,
HARRY M. SEELEY, 313 Hinton Bld
City. - P S 26-lt
FOR SALE: 40 acre farm, 6 miles
from E. City: 25 acres under cultivation.
Good buildings, $1,250 to quick buyer.
Easy terms. HARRY M. SEELEY,
313 Hinton Bide., City. P S 26-lt
County at 12 o'clock M. on Saturday,
October ,11th, 1919, the following de
scribed property, to-wit:
Situate in Providence Township and
bounded on the North by the lands of
Mrs. A. F. Toxey and Mrs. Virginia
Culpepper, on the East by the lands of
W. F. Pritchard, Jr on the South by.
the Main Road and the lands of W. S.
Stafford and on the West by the lands
of D. J. Smithson, containing 70 acrete,
more or less, and being the same lands
recorded in Will Book O, pages. 349-352
office of the Clerk Superior Court Pas
quotank County to Julia Whitehurst and
except that portion thereof, which is in
cluded within the family bursal ground.
Terms o fsale cash;- Possession of
said property until January 1st, 1920,
and all crops and rents grown thereon
during 1919 will.be referred, and will
not pass by said sale.
September 6, 1919.
C. E. THOMPSON,
cS.18-4t ,r Commissioner of the Court.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF THE
PARTNERSHIP OF C. C. PAPPEN
DICK & COMPANY.
This is to give -notice that the part
nership heretofore existing between C. C.
Pappendick, G. F. Pappendick and G. C.
Culpepper, heretofore trading Tinder the
firm name of C. C. Pappendick Co., is
dissolved from this date, and this is to
further give notice that said Comany,
or any other person, firm or corporation
has not any right to carry the name of
C. C. Pappendick as a part of the firm
name, except as hereafter permitted.
This day September 12th, 1919.
C-S.12-4t . C. C. PAPPENDICK.
. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ?f.
.iiiis if or i a
AND BUYING FARMS
FOR SALE: Corner lot on Cedar St.,
near schools. Lights and water. Fine
location. Price $2,650. HARRY
SEELEY 313, Hinton Bldg., City.
t S 26-lt
WANTED: Mill Logs, Pine preferred,
but will buy some . Cypress and Gum. We
give good price and measurement.
DARE LUMBER CO.,' c S 26-tf
WANTED: A farm of 100 to 150 acre
near Elizabeth City. What have you tc
offer? A. A. COMBS, Gum Neck, N. C
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Executrix of the
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.
September 3rd, 1919 Pt
WANTED: Teacher for one-teaehe
school. $65 a month for six months
Average attendance 30 scholars. Appl;
to G. B. RIGGS, Riddle, Camden Coun
ty, N. C. , pS18-3t
FOR SALE: 40 acre farm, wt acres i
cleared, 15 acres pine thicket, six room j
two story house; new barn, stables and j
other outbuildings. New fence around
yard lot and new gates. Fence around
farm in good condition. Farm in high
state of cultivation; short drainage. Pro
luces this year 7 barrels of corn and
bale of cotton pr acre respectively.
Situated" in New Hope Township, Per
quimans county, on two public roads,
Durant's Neck main road and Trim Saw
yer road; mile of New Hope Base
Ball diamond ; m?le of New Hope High
School and church. Known as the- Sut
ton Farm. Price $5,000. See me at
once. This offer good until October 1,
1919 only. Terms cash. C .D. BAR
CLIFT, Durants Neck, N. C. pS5-4t
FOR SALE: 1919 Model 90 Overland
Been run only about 4,000 miles. In ab-
FOR SALE: Brick store
building- in business center,
of Elizabeth Citv; 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., City. Phone 104 9.
c S 26 tf
FOR SALE: 40 acre farm four miles
from city; 30 acres in cultivation. Will
be on improved highway to -E. City.
Price $4,000. HARRY M. SEELEY, 313
Hnton Bldg., City. p S 26-lt
FOR SALE: Twenty houses and lots
for sale, located in all parts of the city.
WANTED: -Fifty boys and girls to study
at the Elizabeth City Business College t
prepare for high class positions. Discount
of ten per cent on tuition for first ten
pupils to start, beginning September 9th
C S 5-f.
WANTED Five thoro bred, Duroe
Jersey Gilts from three to six months
old. H. P. DAVIS, Route 3. Box 60.
Elizabeth City, N. C. ' pS.26-2t
Mill -will begin operating Monday,
September 29th. All old employees wish
ing to return will please see Mr. A. M.
Bell at plant or call Mr. J. Edward
Hughes. Phone No. 1 or 167-J. DARE
LUMBER CO. c S 26-lt
DETECTIVES are constantly in de
mand at good wages. We will train you
to oecome a detective. . Now is your op
portunity to enter a profession that is
not overcrowded. NORFOLK DETEC
TI E AGENCY. No. 204-5 McKevitt
Bldg, Norfolk, Va. cS12-4t
Sale of Valuable Property
ay virtue of an order entered by G.
R. Little, Clerk Superior Court of Pas
quotank County in that special proceed
ing pending before him entitled, "IN RE
MARTHA V. BELL and husband. .A.
C. Bell, W. H. Jennings, Sr., and Wil
liam H. Jennings, Jr., by his next friend.
J. W. Munden," I shall offer for sale at
the court house door in Pasquotank
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Executor of the
late Sarah L. Williams, I . hereby give
notice to all nersons indebted to her
estate to come forward and make im
mediate 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.
CLAUD R. TARKENTON,
August 20th, 1919 P aug.22-6t
This is to notify whom it may con-
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cern that d,v certiticate issued Dy non.
J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State
dated August 21st, 1919, the charter of
the Shawboro Manuafcturing Company,
Inc., was amended changing the name of
the corporation to Kramer-Moss Com
canv and the principal office from Shaw
boro, Currituck County, to Eiizabetn
Citv. Pasauotank County. cS.19-3t
for Sanitary Purposes
iiliii hiiiii nun
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Be
FORE THE CLERK.
J. M. BURGESS, Plaintiff,
W. W. BURGESS. ABNER BURFOOT,
RODGER BURFOOT, CHARLES
BURFOOT, and EMMA JANE BUR
Abner Burfoot and Rodger Burfoot,
two of the defendants above named, will
take notice that an . action entitled as
above has been commenced in the Su
perior Court of Camden County, North
Carolina, for the purpose of selling fer
division among the tenants in common
the following described tract or parcel
of land: Bounded on tne North by the
lands of Mrs. JL 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 West by the lands of J. M.
Burgess, 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 they are required to be and appear
before the Clerk of the Superior Court
of Camden County, at Camden, N. C,
on tne ntn day or uciooer, xviv, ai
twelve o'clock, M., at the Court House,
and answer or demur to the complaint
in this action, or the plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief .demanded in
(Signed) W. J. BURGESS,
Clerk Superior Court.
This 6th day of September, 1919.
D. II. TILLITT,
NOTICE OF CHANGE
This is to notify our friends and pa
trons that we have removed to Norfolk,
Va. where we will occupy a stand at 210
(Market St., near the Norfolk City mar-
I ket. We have sold our Elizabeth City
I business to Messrs. M. F. Owens & Co.
who will conduct a general wholesale
produce commission business at our old
stand. . We bespeak for Mr. Owens and
associates the generous patronage we
have enjoyed and we invite our friends
and the public to let us serve them at
our new location in Norfolk.
BELANGA & FORBES CO.
UNITED STATES RAILROAD
Round Trip Excursoin Fares
Tickets on sale May I5th limited for re
turn to October 3lst, 1919 to
Virginia Beach, Va Morehead City, N. C.
Cape Henry, Va. - . Beaufort, Nl C.
Week End Fares
to above named points. Tickets on sale
every Saturday and Sunday, May 24th
to September 7th limited to return Tues
day following date of sale.
Virginia Beach, Va. Morehead City, J?. C.
Cape Henry, Va. Beaufort, N. C.
Norfolk, Va. Nags 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.
' ' 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 Nrth C
lina, have samples of tobacco grown on farms I sold last
as bright and fine a quality as any on choicest of tobacco Ua
in these United States. Have cotton, peanut, corn and sen! i
crpping lands, finest trucking and orchard lands in Virginia
Nansemond River and her tributaries. Nearl
these trucking farmshave their own wharfs, shipping direct h
wat.M t.n NVvrfnllr T?q1itvi
- M.v.iiiui v,, iwia duu umer markets
Also the choicest of grazing and stock growing ian(i
These truck and stock farms have marl beds to sunnlv 9 i.
them fertile until the second coming of Moses. Have the m I
beautiful homes fronting the water, scenery cannot Hp pvh.;
selling from $2,500.00 to $90,000.00 each. Several of
u..:tj: t- . , , , . lflcSe
laiuiB nave uuiiuuigs wxucn cannoi De repiacea for less tli
C'On AAA A A 4- ffETA AAA nn 0 L"Q
Are Cordially Invited '
to make the
headquarters while in town
Saturday afternoons. Leave
youn bundles at our office;
use our phone. And if you
want to see a good show, we
run a specially good- one
every Saturday afternon.
Water as fiTlP. aa nan Ve fmind in tTn4-.M tr .
" - in xjaLKi ii v I riri nm - .
North Carolina. Uncle Sam and the Citv of Norfniv ,
ing millions of dollars on four lakes carrying water to the Cit
of Norfolk and the Naval Base, 30 miles throue-h tiinp tn
mouth and under the Elizabeth River, which bespeaks volumes
for the estimate placed on our beautiful country by Uncle
Sam's Civil Engineers and the general public.
- Tobacco Growers Listen
Something like one hundred arid sevehtv-fivp a,..
tobacco grown near Suffolk this year, and as soon as the farmen
will increase the acreage sufficiently to justify the husino.
Suffolk will see that you have a warehouse and a tobamA
market worthy of the name and the City of Suffolk
six railroads and a river transportation line. Buvers wW .
you want better than we offer. Lands selling for less than half
the price elsewhere and more fertile, with better advantages
Look For Suffolk's Leading and Hustling
Real Estate Man
My services and carfare 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
Yours for business,
P. O. Box No. 419,
Stopping at Nansemond Hotel.
Attorney for Plaintiff
We Sell Products from the Farm.
solicited Norfolk, V a.
S.19-4t' My 16-lyr.
The 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
places that are remarkable bargains.
These farms are all within 10 to 25 miles of Norfolk,
in an excellent community, on highly improved hard
surf ace roads, near good churches arid 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.
Mr. Corey or our home office will be glad to furnish
you any particulars.
L& KJ SELli-PASTE PAINTS
BEST THAT CAN Bg MADE
Cost to you $3-25 a Gallon when made ready to use
CSCOE3E2ENDED BY SATISFIED USERS FOR OVER 40 YEARS
Obtain COLOR CARD from oar Agents or
LONGMAN A MARTINEZ Manufacturer New Yorfc
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
Home Office: Washington, N. C.
"XXth Century Cooler"
In the XXth Century Cooler no
ice can come in contact with the
water and contaminate it. Its
patented "C & H" Push Faucet
will not collect sediment, get foul
or drip and soil floors. The water
is always served at just the right
degree of coolness never un
pleasantly and harmfully cold.
To users of H20,"THE PUR
EST WATER IN THE WORLD"
we sell them at cost, $15.00.
LIME - SAND
Prompt Deliveries, Quality Material, Fair Prices
LAMBERT BROS. Inc.
' f Water and Poindexter Sts. Elizabeth City, N. C.
Elizab eth City Water and
Phones 80 and 4.
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Ml Ere-Piroof Roof
COSTS NO MORE THAN THE OTHER KIND
Galvanized Metal Shingles, rust proof and fire resisting-,
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. C O H OON
(Succesors to COHOON & JACKSON
Main and Water Streets Elizabeth City, N. C.