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A large shipment of the new, large-size package,
GOLD DUST WASHING POWDER
We have a special deal on same. -
E. R. MIXON & CO.
For a Proof
Of the superior virtues of the GAS
RANGE, call on|that friend of yours
whojhas 'one and do a little cooking on
it ? and also secure her opinion as [to ? ,
its handiness aud its economical. ? ?
We will guarantee that then you will call
and investigate, the cost, ctg., for our
best advertisers are our satisfied clients.
Washington Light & Water Co.
If so, we can stop it.
All Kinds of Roofing
Galvanized Iron, Carey's, Magnesia,
Rubber and Tar Paper.
The price is right.
J. H. Harris Plumbing
and Supply Co.
T. W. PHILLIPS & CO.
dry goods, shoes, notions, millinery
Just Received. A few
j Ones will be sold cheap.
WASHINGTON HORSE EXCHANGE B LJ^M.AN'
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endorsed by the highest -nedical authorities of Europe -n i
America, Dispensed only In spherical capsules, which di?
solve in liquids of the stomach without causing Irritation Oi
? Price, f! per bottle. -
solve in liquid*
dtsagr-eable symptoms. nmnf f( pc
druggists. Br sure and Ket the genuine
WUMUQCTB. CO.. rUTBLAJfB.
to Rest Today
, Arden. N. Y . Sept. 13.? "Parnl
Vlouij acicmU an4 oedema ~o? llTfT
lungs" was Lhe chief cause ol K<lwa*<F
H: Harrlman'a death, as offielaJly
aimed by Dr. W. O. Lyle. of New !
-York, his physician, ' in the death cer
tificate filed at Highland Mills. There!
was no mention of cancer, hut It was
noted fHnf the wflpl "efetef " -was- in
serted In the printed form after the
question "cause of x}e&th.v ?
_ Popularly interpreted - anaemia l?
an impoverished condition of the
bluod. pernicious anaemia, therefore,
Is a severe form of the disease.
Oedema of the lungs, or water in
ihe?hmgs, the interpretation gener
ally accepted, might have resulted
from a variety of causes.
Immediately the death certificate
was filed a burial permit was grant
ed. Dr. Lvle had filed n certifies ftp
with the undertaker. In which he said
"simply that Mr. Harriman's death,
had resulted from "heart failure sup
erinduced by internal complications."
Dyr >>yl? alfw states -pbgtTfvely fiT
the certificate filed with the town
"cTerk that Mr. Harriman's death oc
curred at 3: 35. p. m. on September
9th. The certificate, which is attest
ed by 'Walter Averlll Harrlman, Mr.
Harrlman's eldest son. reads in part:
"I hereby certify that I attended the
deoeased from August 4, 1909, to
'Sfcptejnber 9, 1909. that I last saw
him alive September 1909". arnL
that death occurred on the date stat
ed above at 3:35 p. m "
Following the foregoing Is the
^ause of death as given and the sig
Dr. Lyle's action In ampllfylng'on
j tin# tiefUfiCSte filed with the under
taker smoothed over what might,
have developed into a hitch at the
-funeral. B: ? S. Fl'llmeton , ' acting
town clerk at Highland Mills, had
said previous to the fiUn# of^the cer
tificate that he did not feel that Dr.
Lyle's statement to the undertaker
was sufficient. However, the amend
ed ccrtifium adjusted the matter Im
Prepare Jj*or Funeral.
Between ...fifty and sixty of the
country's prominent men, Including
financiers, lawyers, physicians and
men - well known In the business
world, will attend the funeral of Ed
JWM^-HrHarrlman today. They will
come from New York on a special
train, tearing Jersey City at 2 p. m.
At St. John's Episcopal Church, a lit
tle stone chapel, which nestles in the
reddening Tower Hill, they will join
the group of mourners who will have
accompanied the_?uneral procession
from Arden house.
Tlfe- bu riaf^jf" the cou ntry a grea tes t
railroad finanfler, the arrangements
have been none the less careful and
elaborate. Several hours before the
Harrlman carriages bearing the ar
I riving" "men of prominence up Trom
Arden station, a prnccsqinn rf U v*ry
different kind- will march slowly over
the roM leading to thf* nncnmp1?tArt
palace on the hill. It will be com
posed of the 500 workmen employed
on the Harrlman ''estate, and at-nine
| o'chu'tr !n ttin nnmili.g they will W
permitted to file through the room
Itctr the bud> 0t cne man or
whom one of them said today: "A4
? hm nmuiiLil w wuiUBfill I lk-i1 i')ui"
selves. Just an elder workman whom
we cared a good deal about."
No precautions have been omitted
to protect the funeral car on its way
down the hill. Although? the "Toad
has boen smoothed to perfection six
tech of the most stalwart workmen
were selected today to, act as a guard
of honor. They will' walk one on
either side of the hearse and the car
riager'conlalnlng the mourners.
The ceremony at the house at 10
a. m. will be1 a communion service
conducted by the family chaplain, the
Rev. McGuinnes. At II o'clock the
public memorial service will be held
' at St. Johns, at which Dr. McGulnnes
will deliver the only eulogy. ? No
plans^urre been spared to make the
funeral at 3 o'clock as private as pos
sible. ? *
It is estimated tfiat the flowers re
ceived will fill four freight cars.
There was a steady stream of car
"PTSiffe?_an^rautomobiIe8 bringing the
tributes nn ffl
early morning until late this after
noon. Boxes and baskets of flowers
expressed have accumulated ln.eueh
quantities that tTCQupaclal oars wHI
be used to bring them up tomorrow
Thus far the Arden telegraph office
has received more than 400 messages
OFFICE TO BE ENLARGED.
Tho offlee of the County Sufcertn
orS^TjooIs, ii) the courthouse,
is lo be enlarged by taking the room
between the pgpnent offlc* and the
one occupied by the Clerk of the Su
perior Court. For sometime the
superintendent's office has been in
adequate to the requirement*.
CAPLI>(Se for "That Headache."
Out last night? Headache and
nervous this morning? Hicks' Capti
dlne just the thin* to fit jou T6t
buslneas. Clears the heart ? braces
the nerves. Try It. "At drug stores.
Comlented Item of latere* Uap| |
petiing ITiroegbeec tfc? 3UUe.
for the capture of
Chas. Fodrell and J, U Fox, convicts
who recently escaped. In addition to
the rewrfrds offered by the State's
prison. Charles Fodrell .Is a negro
who whs under Ute sen teiiee-for mtif
der In ihe Slate's prison; he escaped
froua the convlcfraamp a^flaurinburgL
on August 15, 1$09. His escape was
due to the fact that tbe guayds' gun
failed to fire when he refused to halt.
J. L. Fox Is a white man and was un
der sentence ol 12 year* to the State
prison ? for ? m&hslaughter. He ea
caped from the prison July 3-," 1909.
The guard responsible for his escape
has been Iti the employ of the prison
for three years and his services had
alwav3 prny?TV Jkl
guard $as beeu diamine d on account
of 'Fox's escape. ? Raleigh Times. ' |
accepted ten of the 22 buildings un
der constructional the Central Hos
pital fQ^thw Insane and Epileptics
hero. The ten building* will care for
415 patients and the cost, with equip
ments aggregates about SS5.000.
The woman's convalescent building
will accommodate about- 100. These
are three groups of colony buildings,
two groups of which are devoted to
I th**- epileptics thiouKiwut ljFe~State;
one group to be 'used -fur?con vales?
cent males; eachgro<:]> providing for
150 patients. .Th&tu colony build
ings are located far away from the
general institution, so that life- Witt
be made as home-like as possible.
Besides the buildings in -course of
| erection one large general - fining-'
room ani| o'nc ljmnrfrf hnHfllnfl, thonn
o, with their ?(jtztpuieiits, to cost
about I3S.000. The dining- room is
in the rear of the male wing of th?"
great main building. and its purpose
is to provide one general hall where
ail the male natlanfa mtv mtaWe
and take their meals toegther, there
by prtirldlDC more room In the pres
ent building for patients
Plans were perfected at a meeting!
of the directors of the Central Caro
lina Frflr Association whereby, the
mammoth OreworJcs display of the
eruption of Mt. Vesuvius will be re
produced by the Payne company one
night during the fair It will be re
membered that It was this company
which last year made tbe excellent
diaplaf, showing the fall of Port Ar
thur, and the display to be made this
year is said to be greatly superior to
tag it was also decided to spend $4.
00U Ifc^BeFb^Ing' free attractions for
the fair. This is a much larger
amount than -Triail 1 for these at
tractions last fear) and the free ex
hibitions UJba, given at this year's
fatr.nrillJ "gfMtijr mirpsss jpy?fcing
heretofore given in this State. ?
| ureensboro News. " ' *
tmvioaon horse traders may And
interest in a story told by the Cha
tham Record, which la thusly: A
well-known farmrr of Chatham
tended the recent term of court, and
: p.nri?rlng of hie ? etay nwapped tttS
mule for a horse and gave 120 to
36SSt rT1 " I ttlBif BoS >k""
mule aside and trimmed him up. fur
bishing him up, and Improved his ap
pearance to such an extent that his
late owner did not recognize him.
Seeing the mule, he 106k a fancy to
htm. and gave the trader $10 boot
between the mule and the horse.
Thus he paid out $30 in money and
carried the Bam mule back home.
Both he and the mule were trimmed.
? Letizrgton Dlspatrh. . I
Peanut growers in the surrotfnd
iag section are beginning to harvest
their 'Spanish peanut crop and will
begin to'bring them to market by the
first of the month. The prospects
for the best crop Tift- several years
in all varieties of peanuta la still the
talk. While reports from Pender
county indicate that th?i rrnp will hn
good one and more than the aver
age yield, a farmer from that section
yesterday stated that It Would be
1 larger with more rain through
out that county, JThfl fiftamil tlnn
Tfill principally in Pender^Onalow and
Brunswick counties and with the ap
proach of the harvesting esason deal- 1
"675 are taking much Interest in the.,
yield. The Sj>anf?h. crop, whict) Is
always the first, will be on the mar
ket now- within a short time and If
prices remain good they will be most!
satisfactory to the growers. ? Wll- j
? mlngton Star.
Messrs. Hugh and Donald McRae,
two wealthy Witmingtonlans, who
own the land on. Grandfather moun
tain in the Westero.^pai& of North
?arolina. have made the State a pres
ent of it The following is taken
from an Exchange: "It la learned
from "State Geologist Prttt that* an
other large and extremely Important
area of lofty mountain land becomes
a State present by the gift ot lta own
ers. He says the McRaes ? Hugh
and Donald ? thua give Grandfather
mountain to North ..Carolina.- This
mountain is owned by
and near lta three summit* run that|
grand roid, the Yonah Loasu turn
| pike, which they built, fhta gift fol
lows the o;ie mad* hy ffflHTfr
sand acres of his lan 4- above the (FO
I thouaam* contour Hne "? New Bern |
M?w UD?n? that tb??e will Iw
? farmers' MliwitBMl.maatiarTtMa'
?t Wuhlogton on TuMdt/. Stpum.
Among the lmpor'tag? subjects to
be discussed will be drain***, stock
raising, -cattle quarantine, and farm
management with reference to corn
and cottou. ?
, .The meeting- haa. -batm ? arranged
with the sole purpose of bringing
substantial $itd practical information
rand benefit to titoue who are engaged
In the cultivation of the soil.
The meeting will begin At .10 1
o'clook a. m. and therfe will bo a
forenoon and. afternoon session. J
- - ? Veiy iwjpectfullyT^
* " 4J ^NO. H, SMALL.
Washington. N. C.. Sept. *1 ? 1909.
The Business Course at the Public
School. . vrlP ?hogfrn- -Monday: ? ttr
offers you an opportunity taiwcomo
an expert stenographer for the small
fee .of >5.00 a month..
HEUMATISM makes aman Jose
courage. It is almost impossible
4 to work while racked with pain.
giv^s rdicf at onrr, stnpa thr pain, ?
quickens the blood and draws out all
stiffness and soreness. You don't
need to rub ? it penetrates.
Mr. J. P. rTAWi.Mt. AlT7.0a..Mp:
" 1 aaff?red with rMomaUna for thre*s
year*. One 1m iu bxllv awollun
1 Iruui my titp lo my It See. I niw
~ Sloan's Llnlniftnt aixl it cared me wall
the pain abd ? welling oak."
411 prrnnltUhmJt Mm 25c^ 4 9100. _
itfEiilS.awiii) Bo?tuu.M? ?
BANANAS and APPLES
Extra Fine Stock.
E. .L. ARCHBELL
Specialties Cigars and Tobacco.
Deary Bros.' Old Stand.
One or two lots or bouses
and lots in a desirable part of
the city? have clients for pur
chase. ? .
Also can handle one or
two small farms, if not too
far from the city? 25 "to 50
acres cleared land with neces
sary buildings and right price.
T you to see our
And jf you have any proper
ty that you want to turn in
to cash we are in a position
to get quicker results than
you could yourself.
Times are going to he good
again in a very short dine,
and you had better begin took
j Teachers' Training School
I Established And maintained by the Stale for the young men
p and women wh6 with to qualify themselves for the profession
M of teaching. Rottdings and equipment new ond modern. Sani
3 tation perfect' _ ' V y _ V.
S- " SESSION OPENS OCTOBP* STH,
it For prospectus and Information, address ROBT. H. WRIGHT,
3 President, GreenvfUe. N. C.
\ 'j ,f& vilU
- Hnn?fe|tsrrr- "lowld visit umi mad
view the latest fads ia Fuiiilaliluiia, ewL.T fct
the home Our fall line la replete ith home
necessities. See ua before purchasing. - ? ?
JEFFERSON FURNITURE CO.
? - - ~
^=For Scfaool or Dress=^
We; are showing the largest line of BoyV,
Misses an?r~ Infants Shoe? we have ever
shown. They are made bv " ' ~ ~
ar.e ?.he acknowledged leaders ia
Children's Shoes, ?
1_LEI ME MAKE YOUR
SPECIAL LINE 1
of POST CARDS
H. G. Sparrow.
There's Always a "BeMPt**" in
Which to Buy It!
Nniif ?r\>irtl^(Iu'un ""would i?? ?in --'
empty phrase. Indeed, if It were not
true (hftLtheni Ii always a beat place
to buy a particular thing. If tiie
contemplated purchase is o I any im
portance. the question of where to
! go i* of equal importance; and the
queation can beat be settled '?and .
usually very quickly ? by reading the
ads. m ,
IF ALIi? OP THE PURCHASES
: _y6f MAKb lX TUB OQtltSfc OF A
^YEAR were made AFTKR CONSID
ERING THE AI>S? and made ? in
consequence? to "the best advan
tage" store-competition would then
bg<ome a valuable Ifliftf to yon. Ana
you would be amtuted at the aggre
gate -of yonr savings? at the amount
of money realised as a direct com*
t |rriii fn. f.... ^
"reading t^e ads." . *
of menstruation. " They \re "LIFE SAVERS '"to irlrlTil
womanhood, aiding dewlopraent o( on xnTaid bodYKo
known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm? iifa
beoomea apUaauro. Si.OO PEli BOX BV MAIL- Hot J
br 'IrnnrlaU. DR. MOTT'S CJ IKMIQAb OO. Cleveland. Oto
are issued as follows for
Subscriptions Paid in Advance
[ One Month . -T ?. I Vote
Two Months . . 7 3 Votes
| Six Months . T . 12 Votes
Twelve Months ,
POM PEI AN
' Cleanses Where Sqae.
and Water Fail
Washing with soap and
water makes the face look
clean, but it cleans the
surface only. It does not
clean out tfes- input 1 lies 7
in the skin that make
it muddy and sallow.
Pompeian Massage Cream
. goes through the surface.
It sinks into ?Tery pore
reaches and loosens all
foreign dirt and Impuri
tie* that lodge in the
It is the only facial cream
free from grease and that
keeps the face free from
1 L DMA ftot? cannot?
Sromote the growth of
air on the face.
Price 50c and >1.00 per iar.
DfLHAknya npirfl mtaBKi ? _
knight Shoe Co