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NEW YORK FASHIONS.
Jumper Waist, Braiding, Fun, Box
Coats, Fitted Coats, Ktons, Trim
mings, Neck Pieces, Mud, The
High Girdle, Fichus.
Ia the bright suashiae of beuti
fnl October days, the leading
thoroughtare8 present a gay appear-
ance crowded with well dressed
T,eonle in their new fall suite.
much interested however in window
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displays, lest soms .novelty escape
them. Constant variety is com
ing up in waists, called "the jump
er waists", which are really guimpe
vaists, cut round, in scallops or in
any fancy way around the neck
which is outlined by colored velvet,
passementerie, ribbon or bunds in
raised embroidery, with elaborate
yoke or waist beneath. The "sus
pender effects" are on the increase,
and handsome passementerie with
or without pendants, are employed
on white lace.
Braiding is used on suits, on
velvets for trimming, jackets and
cloaks for day
an elegtnt garment at home by
having good materials and pattern.
No special fit is required except
around the. shoulders, in the fash
ionable, long cloak for evening, and
braiding in self color, with a gilt
braii on the inner side, is very
stylish. White broadcloth, braided
in white silk or trimmed with fancy
white silk braid and a few pendants
(of passementerie) ou sleeves, front
and shoulders, defies criticism.
The above design is by the Mc
Call Co. of New York, Fashion
Publishers and Manufacturers of
It was very evident fall opening,
that short and mediumlength fur
garments are the style for the com
ing winter. The box coat remains
Btaple, usually about twenty-two
inches in length, and comes in
Russian pony, caracul, mink, seal,
or broadtail. The fancy for braid
has extended to fur, and quite a
number of coats have one or two
rows of braid on skirt, front and
sleeves. Embroidery in Persian
colors appear on any fur jacket of
medium length, accompauied by
handsome metal buitona. Sleeves
are long, threa quarter and elbow.
SHAPES IN FUR COATS.
Tight-fitting and half-tight coats
of broadtail have their admirers in
persons with Bhapely figure3, and
these are rendered striking by cloth
or velvet vests, embroidered in gold
or Persian colorings, but thj Eton
(in all fashionable furs) will dmbt
less 'e the most in demtnd, be
cause so jaunty and so attractively
mannfactured. These also show
fancy vests, the froats thrown open
or closed at option. Braid and
buttons also add their attractions,
and for evening an Eton of white
caracul is trimmed with military
gold and crimson braid and jewelled
buttons; such a coat is however a.i
exception. Large revers are still
shown, but the majority of coats
are collarless, to admit of a con
trasting neck piece. The shawl
collar and the turn-down collar are
both seen on handsome coats.
For neck pieces as well as c iats,
this beautiful fur h in sp cril
prominence, and th forme, vari-1
ouslv fnmwl wmi hoa'U and t-ti si
come at all pnees. Ermine and,
chincbilla cau never lose their!
charm, and shoulder capes with
long ends, or cravats of either fur
are a coveted possession. Muffs'
are large and the newest are of
'hanging skins", that is to say, fur i
tabs, finished alike on both sides, 1
which is au especial "fad" this I
season. Of cour,e there is a sub-
, stantial pillow within the
IOI11U3 IU uiuucui
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THE HIGH GIRDLE.
For evening dresses.no matter
how simple the material, the high
belt is very imortant, and to set
properly, should be boned of rich
Pompadour ribbon, and with the
now fashionable lace fichu, the ends
crossing each other and passing
under the bait, the eft'ect is
charming. Maline, or any soft
material is appropriate for a fichu,
and worn with low necked gowns,
is draped around the outline, and
j knotted loosely in front
There are two sides to every ques
tion your side and the wrong side.
The seven aes of man: Baby,
Willie, Will, William, Billie, Bill,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TMets.
Seven Million boxes toM b past 1 2 months. This Signature,
The Value of Time.
(Richmond Jouma. )
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A idon financier - has lost a
fo"une through uiissiqg a train by
a frat10 of a miuute. .
. A Nebraska man has lost a bride
1 tne flame cau8e- '1'hl' yuug
w0"iaQ declared that she would
. . i ratner remain single tnan oe wor
"hanffinff -ii i i
" uw u uy iubi bww
u w a rm m wwaii.
carelessness in keeping an appoint
i ment. has seen the nnnnrtiinir.v of a
i lifetime slip away.
As cents are to dollars, so are
minutes to hours, and the saving of
both is an absolute necessity for
the attainment of success.
"Dost thou love life? Then do
not squander time, for that is the
I stuff life is made of."
Benjamin Franklin, who said
this, not only understood the value
of time, but he put a price on it
that made others appreciate its!
A customer who came one day to
iTranklin's little bookstore iu Phila
delphia, not being satisfied with the
price demanded by the clerk for a
book he wanted, demanded to see
1 the proprietor.
The cleik pleaded
that Mr. Franklin was very busy iu
the piess-rcom, but the customer ! the spirit must be restli'ssness, bu
insibtead, and Franklin, suuiiuoued, , c.iuse we now leani that Loudon lwta
hurried our. ' set sail in a forty-five -foot craft for
"What is the lowest pi ice you ;i seven years' tour of the world for
will in ku fur this btok, sir?" asked , the Woman's Home Maguziue.
the luiburely customer. ' -
"One dollar and a quartm, was
the pt'umpt reply. '
Wlmt? Hliy, your clerk asked"
me only a dollar just now!" ;
"True," said Franklin, "and I
could have biiller aU'orued to take a
.liilhu- tli.Lii hi Icjlvh mv work."
The customer thought hi
.. . .
ing. "t.'ome now," he said, laugh-'
iug, "your lowest price for tnis;
i l .n ...i .. I,..! if
vui: uuiuii miu t nan.
" liy, iii.'ii, yiu just said a dol
lar and a quarter:
"Yes, and 1 could better have
taken that than a dollar and a half
The purchaser paid the higher
price. At that, he had learned
cheaply from the greatest philo
sopher of his day not only that he
who squanders his own time is fool
ish, but that he who wastes the time
of others is a thief.
This busy world does not wait
for laggards. I
Success will meet no man half
way unless he is on time.
The habit of promptness is a
From The Siler City Grit.
Miss Blanche Bukhead, of Hill's
Store, Kmidolph county, is in school
here. Miss Birkhead is a niece of
Mrs. W. S. Durham.
J. Rankin Pnrk3 aud wife, of
Salisbury, arrived Sunday, to visit
The Tobacco Thafi
Man's fondness fcr chewing tobacco is created and
popularized by the tobacco produced in the famous Pied
mont tobacco belt. Only choice selections of this well
matured, thoroughly cured leaf arc used in making
That's why SCHNAFFS
takes a smaller amount of sweetening than any other kind
and that's why SCHNAPPS has a wholesome, stimu
lating and satisfying effect on chewers.
There ara many imitations of SCHNAPPS claiming to
be "just as good," but without the flavor cr quality that
has made SCHNAPPS sales more than all similar tobaccos.
It is made J.i the Reynolds factories, famous for producing the best
chevi:g tobarcos, by clean, sanitary processes, under the same
'l ecLior., Lince 1875, of men who have made the business a life study.
They arc the largest and hest equipped flat plug factories in the
v-'oilj ar..! rc situated in the vary center of the world's greatest
chewing totacoo district.
If you've r:.Rv;r chewed SCHNAPPS, now is the time to get
acquainted witii the cleanest, most healthful, stimulating, satisfying
end wholesom i form in which tobacco can be used. Do not accept
H. J. R;y:3LS5 TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
relatives here. Mr. Parks return
ed Monday, while Mrs. Parks will
remain here awhile.
W. G. Fiazier, brick-mason, was
called home Tuesday by a telegram
announcing the death of his mother,
near Kandleman, Randolph conn-
J. R. Andrews, of Causey, pass
ed through Monday, returning
home from a visit to the home of
his father-in-law, J. Y. Chisholm,
in Randolph county, Mr. Andrews
will soon move to South Carolina,
to engage iu the lumber business.
Notice to Public School Teachers.
I will hold a public examination
for teachers, beginning November
8th, and continue one week if
necessary. Every teacher that ex
pects to teach iu Kaudolph county
this year is requested to appear at
this examination and committeemen
are urged to secure their teachers
and have them pvesent at that ex
amination. .J. M. Way,
County Supt. of Schools.
An English critic, iu comment-
.ng on Jack London s "Cull of th
ild" said that parts of the book
undoubtedly itflected the author's
dominating 'spirit. If this is true
Thousands Hays Kidney
Trouble and Never Suspect it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common jlass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours ;
i . . i nsediniimtorset-
S..UH 1 t . i:
. f-ir J 1 W K 1 11 Tl 11M IV rrin.
(iition of the Uiii-ni-ys;
if it stains
: WVTwAir?- ynr linen it is
i iilfVw r evidence ol lcnl-
ney trouble ; too
in the bacli is
also convincing proof that the kidneys
aud bladder are out of order
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism,
pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder
and every part of the urinary passage.
It corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne
cessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most (lis
tressing cases. If you need a medicine
you should have the best. Sold by drug
gists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes.
You may" have a sample bottle and a
book tha't tells all .Kr-r
about it both sent free etn&SWf4It!Sfe
by mail'. Ad.lress Dr. &pKj
Kilmer & Co., Iiinj;- "!SS:
haniton, N. Y. When Homeof smunivitoot.
writing mention this paper and don't
make any mistake, but remember the
name. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
tuc nddress, Bingbamton, N. Y.
in Two Days.
rrttx' box. 25c.
Thus cried the hair. And a
kind neighbor came to the res
cue with a bottle of Ayer's
Hair Vigor. The hair was
saved! This was because
Ayer's Hair Vigor is a regular
hair medicine. Falling hair is
caused by a germ, and this
medicine completely destroys
these germs. Then the healthy
scalp gives rich, healthy hair.
The beat kind of a testimonial
"Sold for over sixty years."
by J. C. Arer C... Lowell. KM
Also maaulaotureri of
1 CHERRY PECTORAL.
Best by Test
Makes a specialty of French
Cleaning and Dyeing. It is a
Process of dry cleaning, the
only way to clean ladies',
children's and gentlemen's
clothing, and household dra
peries, without injury to the
cuff and shirt work
unsurpassed. Packages re
ceived up to Wednesday morn
ing at JO o'clock for Saturday
W. A. COFFIN, Agent,
At Wood & Moring's. '
This peach has been
kept in perfect condition
until November 24th. I
have the only stock of
these trees in existence,
and am offering: a limit
ed number at 50c each,
f. o. b- here. Order at
JOHN A. voUNG,
Greensboro, N. C.
Fine Pigs and Poultry
i Berkshire Pigs ... $5.00 Each.
lirown Leghorn I ockerels.
Barred Plymouth Rocks.
C. U. Hinshaw, Greensboro, N. C.
nn Yftll UAWT TOT RFCT I
vi ivu limn 1 1 1 1- ULjli
SAFEST, EFFIl IENT FAMI
Vlck'a Little Llirr 1'llln, -i.tc. Su
perior to Calomel for c-lillil or
Vlck'a Yellow Flue Tar Cough
Syrup, Ae. Cure, wor.t vonirh
ami prevent. eoiiHumptloii.
Vlck'a Turtle Oil Liniment, tt.V
lle.t anl largest for mau or
Vlck'a Kentorltlve Tonic Wine ot
foil 1,1 ver Oil, SI. Hit.
Vlck'a II mil ami (tnlnlue Hair
Tonic, rOc. Not an oil or lj e.
dandruff, re.toi-ea tlie
for the price hjr
L. RICHARDSON M'F'G
Greensboro, N. Care
i-riir ninni iniMf
II nL bAKULIIfr
Guaranteed to give entire
Satisfaction in every way.
This stove has every modern improvement
including extention top shelf, side shelf,
kicker, niekle towel rod, niekle knobs, orna
mental base. Every stove nicely polished.
If vnnr mprt'lmnt lines not sell these stoves.
write us and we will quote specially low
prices delivered at. your railroad station.
Ever)- stove guaranteed. Manufactured by
Qr. T. GLASCOCK & SONS,
Gpeensboro, N. O.
For sale hy Lewis Window lldw. Co.,
Ashelxiro, N. ('., The Watkins-l.eoiiard Co.,
Iiaiuseur, X. C
You will save money by paying
cash for what you buy, and will
avoid paying for goods you think
you haven't bought.. So call on
J. L. Norman and buy cheap,
where you will not be bothered
with book account.
Nice line Groceries, Notions,
Overalls, Suspenders, Pants,
Jones' O'd Stand,
North side Depot street.
I have a complete line of
groceries and general mer
chandise. Furnish your table from
our. stock and you get the
purest and best.
I pay top market prices
W. W. JONES
ECZEMA and PILE CURE
FREE Knowing- what it was to
suffer, I will give free of charge, to
any afflicted a positive cure for Ec
zema, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
Piles and Skin Diseases. Instant
relief. Don't suffer longer, Write
F. W. Williams, 400 Manhattan
Ave-, New York. Enclose stamp.
L. M. FOX. M. D.
OSerx his tirolesviouul Hervk-e to tbe
cltizeuk of Ashtboro aud Ktirrounding
oommunlty. Ofilces: At Residence
Dr. J. V. HUNTER,
PHYSICIAN - AND - SURGEON.
Office-Ash.'Wo Prug Co.
Residence--Coine. of Main and Worth
Asheboro, N. O.
Dr. S. A. HENLEY,
Physician - and - Surgeon,
ASHEBORO. N. C.
Office over Spoon & ReJding's store near
Standard Drug Co.
A C McALISTER & CO.
Asheboro, N. C.
Fire, Life and Accident Insur
ance. The best companies represented. Offices
over the Bunk of Randolph.
N. P. COX,
Asheboro, N. C
Earm for Sale or Rent.
If you would like to rent or
buy a two-horse farm in reach
of Guilford College, Guilford
county, N. C, write me at
onco. F. L. TOWNSAND.
Franklin, N. O.