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' FIVE -PIECE ORCHESTRA.
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4^1 EL iJV RICH EL IK I'? Splen
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THE DEACON'S I.OVE LETTER
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OI.P CTRlosiTy SHOr? Famous
Just Received "
A large shipment of the new, large-size package^
C.OIJ) DUST WASHING POWDER
We have a special deal oil same.
E. R. MIXTON & CO.
" For a Proof
Of the superior vwtues of the. GAS >.?
RANGE, Call on that friend of yours
? ? k f t
who'.has 'one and do a little Cooking on
it^aTHt^rtro secure her opinion as^to
?( its handiness and its economical fea
a ntf investigate the cost, etc.. for our
^best advertisers are our sat1sfitjU"Llieilts.,
Washington Light & .Water Co; 1
?Does Y our House T.eak?
If so, we can stop it. . t >
All Kinds of Roofing
Galvanized Iron, Carey's, Magnesia,
Rubber and Tar l*aper.
_ The price is right.
J. H. Harris Plumbing
and Supply Co.
? (MP it*?r 1 1 In) ii wtll be sold cbeap,
A tttndird ?ad InftlHM* c-r?<
endorsed br A* Mfhnt med
' RHEUMATISM end GOUT
ll lurborMrt of Europe >M
pbarlnl c>p?uJe?, *Mcb din
?tflwot caortaj lrTft*rion ?
T. W. PHILLIPS & CO.
DRY GOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS, MILLINERY
LARGE SHIPMENT OF
Just Received. A few |
? PANT EGO 1TKMS
Mr. John tLltesp?#?i, Jtv. and hit.
iiau|iit?^r. Julia, are the guests ol
Aire.' Alice Kesnoss.
? Mr. W. J.\Crumpler. of
Ton 7$?as~h?re la8t woefe pn business.
Mr. G S. Water a, 0& New
0.,-catne he^e Saturday ln'hUf*auto}
mobile to visit his father, sMr. G- rt.
M*s. Fi. S. .Waters. has been confined
to his bed foV (fulCe awhile as a result
cf a fall.
The Charitable Brotherhood gave
an Ice cream supper t>n the AC&demy
grounds Thursday evening for 'tfyjg
benefit ofTthe members ^tUeTr
families. ^ ~
The yVilklnEon Bro^ largest
df.edK'J reached the bridge here Sat
urday^veiilng en route to Sw'ah Quar
Ter. iney had- -on board one of -tb*?
large!-! utjut seen ln~thls sec
tion. which they had scooped up Fri
day r ?
Mr. Geo. B. Credle, of Swan Quar-'
ter, 1s a guest of his son. Dr.~B.-8rj
L' futile, ? . . -j
Mr. and Mjs. C. C. Smltlk. of'tJel
haVen> were visiting friends here, on
Miss Eva- Davis, o( Washington, te
a guest of Mr. Isaiah Bishop.
Miss Carrie Bo.han.. .ot Belhave'ij^
Mr. Cooper, of Pun go. was here on
bns^ps Sunday. He makgg regti-.
Weekly trips -here.
Mr. Walter. \V indley and^^olhw.
of WashtnfCfl5V.. are the guests oT Dr.
K.S^, Credle *
Bessie Dixon, of Belftaven, is
-the guefet of Mi ~i "ii n TI^BjftTi'i
We are glad to note that iMrs. Wm?
Credle is Improving from an attack,
of aiHHnnlii?(t)r>. ? 1_
Mrs. a! b! Jones Is on the sick list.
~7tr Archie Daw, of Belhaven, was
here Sunday. ?
Rev. W7 K. Jones fllletf his regular
appointment here. Sunday.
Dr. Green, of Raleigh, has been
here the last two weeks doing dental
' workj It Is. reported that he Is going
to locate in Belhaven.
The Jiigh" school opened, up last
Monday with a greqfc increased at
tendance- over last year. The te^ph
ert are the same as last' year.
his new house on Ridge street.
The hunters here seem to be hav
ing groat^iocess Jately. Mr. G- H.
Raters killed- a bear a few days ago.
, Mr. John Judkins killed a deer about
| a, week a"go. Messrs. W E. Matthews
and L. *E. Bennett each killed a deer,
j last Saturday. As this was Mr. Ben-'
nett's*flrst.dfiffr you may imagine how
h<* felt. -"*">*?. !
Mr. B. G. far or wan made a. Hying;
irip 1 6 Elizabeth City last week. He
orrened up-a wood-yard here recents!
I Iv." We wish him success in Jiis new,
? enterprise. \
! Mr C. P Aycock tfas at EJ\enton
I last business. )
Success to ' TlifcsXews. . /
j Sept. 13. 1&Q5. e^a&RVER.
nivteii no va station ^Ckws.
' .vrs F5 i. or and . daughter,'
? Mfaa Lcla, *Ht*i ? oHh r ? *?hiWiri-;i al_
i ^'ashing ton. worn guests of Mrs.
| Lewis Alligood last Thursday*.
Mrs. Nelson . Sheppard, of Bunyon.
I has returned af teV a* T>1 ea? a n t visit in'
Norfolk. r " . * '
Misses Lorena and Leila Woolard..
of YeatesvjUe, and MisT Annie Laurie
I Cutler, of Jessama. have been visit
ing Mrs. 0 W.'^Wgblard and other
. friends at Broad Creek.
. Miss Olier, who has been visiting
' here* has -returned to her- home >h
. Kinston. accompanied by Miss Julia
1 Pinkham. of Pinetown.
Mrs. C. S. Doughty and child and
Mrs. ' B. F. Alligood and child, of
Washington, were guests of Mrs. Au
gustus Alligood last Thursday.
Mra. L. M. Sheppard and children
are at home again affer a pleasant
visit at Edward. rr.
W,-fV-Caady. -of Pantqgo, has
been visiting his parents at Broad
Creek. ~~ .
at I la kl ii^ui u'~ir^rr^^^g^T~3nT"
L. M. Sheppard one day last week.
Mr. Will Black, of Bunyon, Is vis
iting In Norfolk.
Master Charlie Tetterton, of Jes*
using, biwjui a mi mjb -taiii mwn
witb'lilg grandparents afkBunyon. '
5Tr. J. W. Alligood and Mr. and
Mrs. *J. L. Alligood and child, visited
relatives In Washington Saturday and
-?We are glad to see Mrs. Ellen
Woolard at home again after a long
visit at Bunyon and Hall Swamp.
? ~"MrT an? ?Alra. Th'ad Congleton and
child visited Mrs, Cbngletop's mother
and sister last week at Walla Watta.
Mr. and Mrs Sartorlus Woolard,
of. Bunyon, were guests "of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Alligood last Sunday.
Mr. L. M. Sheppard and family
wve gftests of Mr. and Mrs. F. R.
Black last Sunday.
Last Sunday Rev. C. E. Lee admin
istered baptism to ten converts arid
closed the protracted- meeting at the
Christian Church, at Bunyon.
Miss Dora Brown, of Washington,
was a visitor In this vicinity last
Mr. Anson Alligood, of Wilming
-rtm, tfnd* Mt. P. mnd fam
ily. of Washington, have bee^ visit
Tnirn?rr??reiit(, Mr. ?nd MrirLCWlT
Tlu> pcniMtcnC h.rjCJtln-hi?nt?r Is
""?"J i lip PWB| Mlq mil
I?r*l.i??tl7 MwiUn pcrra.
KKVKRISIfMmp ""d ACHIWO
WkatlMr from M.lartou condition.,
CoW? or omhMUni. Ut Hick*' C*?
It ratncM lb* fmir and ?.
U?w ??? Mkiac. It'?
H ori so c?iu it In,
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Condensed Item* of- Interest
? petting Throughout the Stat*.
^Ir. J71 A. Lockhart filed suit
against the Seaboard today fpr,his
client, 3. F. BurnbV colored. Qf Ham
let. for $ 2 ,5'00 damages because a
conductor put the ' plaintiff off the
tralu ;ii ? r.ocfcfngham some months
ago when he had paid Ills fare -to
Hamlet. that ho asked
-the agent at P^pT^ee for
Jiawlct birr "for ? ropptfgfnB'on ? the
Xgenl did not sell 'It to him. but told
the tftmcfuctor to .collect the excess
Tare of fifteen" cents because he did
not have a ticket. Burno paid the
conductor ZZ> rents,, the regular fare
?to Hamlotr and was put off at Rock"
inghitra, he alleges that- it is the fault
of the Pee Dee agent thai he did not
buy a tlcket.-f-Wadesboro ^nsonlan.
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Carroon sent hia driver, Sam Fisher,
?to Rayborb to carry Over a drummer.
On returning home that night about
9 o'clpcks Sain found a colored. mAn
in. Mr: Qarroon's stables. The man
had bridled one of the horses and It
is impossible, to sajtwhat he intended,
to do with tlu^iifmal if he had not
been InterrTtiy^ by th+-_drivef. Wlifch
SAra entered tne^WEbleTfclW->Ul? d*PK,
het^ut his hand on a man. This of
rtotiMfc frightened Sam. but he got
I up his courage to Inquire "What are
you doing here? Wfftr are-you?" In
wa hnlMIng fhn fol
ITlowf hftef a minute or two recognized
VMm^vThe felldwr'ln some way man
aged tA hronk aw??trnm
and fled. They- hunted for him that
night and the next day but he"had
left town and has' not been seen
since. The Wan wag named Hftoncer.
and lived in Ddg Town He was em
ployed at the J. L. Roper mill In this
place. ? Oriental News,
v. Game is reported to be over plen
tiful tfa^ vear, especially deer and
from the Oa^is Shore section, in Car
teret county, says that he has never
-seen: the Hike. Two otters with him
went hunting In the-percosln at thej
head of South river a few .days ago.
and Wffed. each' a*df*r In a few
hours, and hs they were returning!
home killed another ? ^ fine buck.
Xew Bern Journal.
Friends In Raleigh ?are conslder.a
bly disturbed over the riivappearanco:
I of Miss Rosa Hicks. a highly es
I teemed young* woman v lio has been
i in the employ of. the Jc"crsoQ?j5tand
1 ard Life Insurance Company as sfen
I ographef -for several weeks. She
I came to Raleigh fr< ::i Greensboro
and she and her motiier have been,
keeplUK house ? on ? Eden tun ? btscet. j1
She .left the offices of the company
J last evening at 5:30 o'clock, and
[nothing has been heard from hw
! since. aUhqugh' diligent searoh has
been made for her. There scofii'a to
be no indications rf foul play, and ,
beHof* t h a t r her^d isa re^rar"e ' i-T inci- 1
dent to a pleasing little romance that J
is known to have characterized her I
? life. ? Greensboro ; . ; I
I The co.tton seasor. has begun with
a rusti- at the local port as will be.
I noted by the receipts of 9,103 bales
Li^irJtig ' week, according to the
I figures posted yesterday at the Cllani
i ber of Commerce. This is several
| thousand more ^ales than wffre re
j reived 'during the same period las*'
season and shows, -an" earli.er crop'
' year. The largos', receipts, for any
day during tho wQti.i wao 8,0<0 bales*
on Thursday. Much . Interest is be
ing taketf-at the port-in regard to
!the cotton season and this splendid
showing is most encouraging to gen
eral business condltiona. Most .of
the staple came to Alexander Sprunt
gt Sons, who now bav* their com
presses in operation and Oiree.ateam
j port The price has ranged : this
week from 12 3-8 . to 12- cents for
middling, the lattery uotatlon being
the spot market yesterday. ? Wil
The Odd .Fellows are' doing very
well this year and 1 1 new 16dges have
been formed since "January the first,
these being I^andls. at Ijindls, Row
an "County ; Montvale. Fontana, Swain
county; Frog Level, near Ruthe^for^
ton; Plymouth, at Plymouth* Ad
vance, at Advance, Davie taunty;
Buffalo, Buffalo Cove, Caldwell ^coun
ty Corbett, -at Corbett; Crumpler,
Ashe -county; Patterson; * Caldwell
county; Grover, Cleveland ? county;
Chapel Hill, Madison county. Besides
these a number of new Rebeka lodges
have been organized, being Bushnell,
-at Suit, In Cherokee; Brevard, Ru
fus, in Caldwell; Murphey. Uplon,
Mlllsl in Rutherford; Walnut, ln.j
Madison; Granite Quarry, In Rowan; |
Balsam and Unaka, In Cherokee.
Mention has been thade to the fact
that William Morris, now respited
until October 15, la thf flrst^mah
U also to the peoiUatlawp^indeA^n -
tence of dwtb, another In]
his ca? the eenTance was to the gal
l"M Hill III TiINii>*!'iIii IiiiijijiI
:ntion. So Is the at? of thto
prlwmer the Supreme <aan bu be
fore It the goMltn of whether he
?h?U 41* o* the fallows or lit the
ch?fl\ It to Sdt recorded that ear
prisoner, If 4 rem hu cholM of tkeee
CJae Hugh 0*^ri*n, flrti editor of
the" Cornell WWow, after leaving" col
lege- g6ton *he staff of the New York
Sun and -was assigned to wrltlnr
book reviews. -* v
TE&'fifrjpbooIt was "Sloane's Hfs
-weighed -nitte- i*oa nd*,? as the review
er's curiosity led him to discover.
He reviewed the volume as fol
lows: "The hook .weighs nine
A day 'or t?wo later C. A. Dana sent
for the revlower and asked him If he
wrote tiu) ankle la question. O'Brien '
I ' **Dld you read the book?" asked 1
1 Dana sharply. S
"So, Mr. Dana." replied the re
viewer. "I weighed It."
- Thiiu he went .usuLf to await hlB
notice uf dismissal. But Instead, he
got a raise of salary.
The Business Course at the Public
School will begin next Monday. It
offers you an opportunity to become
an expert stenographer for the small
fee"of'|S.6b a month".
H&UMATISM makes a man lose
couragcr It is almost impossible
to work while racked with pain.
i . Sloan's
gives relief. at once, stops the pain,
I quickens the blood and draws out all
| stiffness and soreness. You don't .
need tCTTutr^ -it penetrates.
Mr. J. P. Ev ak?. Mt. Airy, Ga.. ut>:
" I inffftrtd with rhaqmatlmi Curthrae ? -
Oo? lac tu badly swollen
Sloan'a Llnlmaat aixf It eared me nil .
and aonnd. Onc-kalf bottto took all
th? pain and aweUlng oat."
All Dn^ItU h?p It. Prlct ?5c, 60c A $100.
D^EaHS. Slo&n, Boston, Man.
E. L. ARCHBELL
Specialties Cigars and Tobacco.
Leary Bros.' Old Stand:
One or two lots or houses
j ?n<f InK in a Hpsirahlf part Of
fthecity ? have clients forptor
Also can handle one or
two small' fahws?jf not too
far from the city? 25~to50
- acres cleared land with neces
sary buildings and right price.
If you are looking for fa
good investment it with' par
I you to see onr ??
And if you have any proper
to cash we are in a position
to get quicker results than
you could yourself.
Times are going to bfrgood
again in a very short time,
and you hid better begin look
^ Teachers' Training Schoo
Eatabl Ished And maintained by the State for th? yo
JS"!5" Wi??,i!r.l*h QMU'y themaelvee for the proteeaiotl
"at iA n r>r r^c t ' * equipment new and modern. Senl
SESSION OPENS OCTOBP.R 5TH, IW,
For ?IfBec'uV>d '"formation, nddreea ROBT. H. WRIGHT,
Pr..L4?,, Greenvflle, N. C.
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Housekeepers should visit our store end
view the latest fads in Furnishings, etc., for
the how Our fill line is replete with home
neceeeitfes. See us before purchasing.
Wfi-ire ? ? unnuaokiuig m oujri,
Misses ana Infants Shoes we Jiave ever
shown. Tfhey are made by . x
R. T. Wood & Co.,
Who Are the acknowledged >teaders in
Children's Shoes. . *
LET ME MAKE YOUR
Agents for ^
Green's Choeelate I
'Phone 58. S*- ?
H. G. Sparrow.
There's Always a "Best Place" in
Which to Buy It!
Store-competition would be an
empty phrase. Indeed, If it were pot
true that there is always a best place
to buy a partipnim- thing, if the _
contemplated purchase is of any im
portance.-'the question of where to
! go Is of equal importance; and the
a Mellon can best be settled? and
usually very quickly? by reading the ~
MM.* . ~ - -C ? T- "
IP ALL OP THE PURCHASES
VOL' MAKE IN. TUB COURSE OP A
YEAR were made AFTER CONSID
ERING THE AI>S., and wtade ? 4a
t n *+lhm h?t mrfTMB
tage" store-corn petition would then
^become a valuable thing to_you. And
irn"_w""M ^ nggre
gate of your savings? at the amount
of money realized af a direct com- *.
pensation to 'you for your labor in
|~readfci? 4fee ads/T ; ? ;
OTB of meostrnntfon." They %re ?? LIFE 8 AVKR8 " to (jirllit
- Jm "nminhood, girting deriinnn-rnr. nf ?... twv)T. MB
*v *?o?r? remedy for wflfoin eqn*ls them. Cannot do harm? lite
SW|(^ .becomes mplewuro. 8J.OO PEBBOX BV HAIL. 8oU
by 'Irajrelsta. DR. WOTT'8 r?CMti:((, 00. Cleveland^ ohi?
are issued as follows for
Subscriptions Paid in Advance*
|| One Month . , 1 Vote
Two Months . . 3 Votes
>Tx Months . . . 1 2 V otes
Twelve Months . 25 .Votes
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POM PEI A Ni
7 Cleanses Where Soap
and Water.- Fai t
V^ashingwUh ftoap and
wate? r&afcea the face iGQlT
clean, bnt it cleans the
anrface only. It doe a not
clean oat the impnritiea
In the akin that make
- It jnnddjand aallow.
sroea through the anri
[ ainka into every pore ?
? foreign dirt aqd impnri
, ties that' lodge in the
, poree. ?
< . It ia the onl y facial cream
i ? t .... lrf| ffrgf |
keep* the face free from
it. Dtfea dot? cannot ?
promote the growth of
tltFM the faue. - .
-'trice 80c and fl.Ot) per jar.
HARDY'S DRUG STORE.