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J. K. HOYT
Filling in order of Ed- |
ison Rccords, including
new list for September. '
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? A hand colored historical drama.
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<?l.|> MAID'S 1?UKAM ? A magic
1 THK Sl HSTITVTE ? Comedy.
Coupons Will be Given
i for Exquisite China
T>r?\\lnjr ink** -trfacc promptly,
at M o'clock. This give* iU1 a chance
| ill the prise before- goiftg to the Ihe-j
Kollars and Kuffs
THK 8PELI.ING IS ltAI). nt'T.THK WORK WE
TIT ON <L'OL LA IIS AN1) CCFFS IS PERFECT.
GIVE I S VOI R CLEANING ANI> PRESSING.
Alderman-Capehart Laundry. Inc.
132-4 WATER STREET
ALWAYS GOOD and
GOOD ALL WAYS
Those who have used it declare that "WASEO"
Flour makes sweeter bread and sweeter rolls and sweet
er biscuits than any other. For sale only by
E. K. WILLIS^
It Some One ShcuJJ Offer You a 5?t of Dlnlr.j
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An ordinar? s'ov*? ir.ay cIt* *&t;<tfact;i;n
for a few ?K,r ai a* tlto
l?ii-tl.*d win.-, open irj>. It wlil r?-?julrv>
tw|o*? as marl, ..??al ?.> k? vp up th<* h?at. And
ilM n-af'er yn?j -.riV, wak?> tip ou the cohl?*tt
Lnwrn >?m md n.t. ^
Colc'n IToi BJtst. ho>N llro otpt ntirh?. and
heat* lip tin- r-Mirn-t for t-*o or thr?^i hours
tliw next mom. 114 wi-.jj th ? fuftl put In th?*
nljflit heforo. Iturrn nuti coal. ?la?rlf. bard
coal, limit* or wood. Call aud see It at
J. H. Harris Plumbing & Supply Co.
Washington, N. C.
$12,000 IN PRIZES
To be awarded at the
GREAT STATE FAIR
^ October 18-23, 1909.
?49th Annual Fair will top the list in Exhibits, break
-the record in Frep-Attractions, beat the best in Racing,
^ Autdo itself in Clean Shows, cap the climax in crowds,
??> a 1 ? *? ? C ? ? *L AT? *1.:^. |
Hons to Grandstand, nearly Double Seating Capacity,
5c. Fare on Street Cars, more Special T rainsth^n ever
Rate, Round Trip for One Farepius Admission Cou
? ? poo to yrounds. ' ? . -
? For Premium Li*t and other information apply to
JOS.?; POGUE, Sacreiafy. Raleigh.
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CoiuleutiHl Items of interest Hmp
|hm)Iiik Throughout the State. I
Henry' Ttfbncco Sale**.
Tobacco sales were quite largo- to
lay, about 1 50,000' pounds b?*??-"S?T?r
,?i the various warefi'CHrtie floors. The
?hange lt? prices Is small. ? Wilson
Kxtci'inliiate Cuttle Tick.
!tv liis^'Hi i jut, ulfu i-f uf thu rnlUd
States Agricultural Department was
today looking over the work being
done by the experts sent from that
department to thl? State to aid in ex
terminating the callTS tTCkl- Tlit or ~
National and 'State work along . this
line being done In North Carolina. ?
Raleigh Correspondent-^ ^
Mfntr FMr Outlook Oomi.
The management of the State Fair
greatly encouraged over the pros
pects for u livestock and and agri-.
cultural exhibit this year. Everything
points to the largest entry of live
1 sTurK "ail?! farm proHuYTa t?v?r "ffXTYTb""
ited at the fall*. The demand for
space 'k?.i>exhibii live sto<;k has'been
'-*?? that additional stalls, arc
| bow being erected tot accommodate
the demands. The demands for space
I lo exihibt the fruits of the field and
| the orchard are almost as great. - ?
! RAleJ&h Timet. I
Letter Carrier N. W. Fain was ar
reted yesterday by Deputy United
suite.-* MaiKfiHl .MrKlroy on a warranr
sworn out by "Postofflce "Inspector D
M. Harahbarger, ^charging him with
violation of sections l ?;?>."> and 1610
oKthe revised statutes, lti lntereept
Ibfc a letter plaied In the malls for
transmission. Mr. Fata, was taken
be/ore United States Commissioner
fl. S. McCall who fixed the. hearing
for 10 o'clock Wednesday morning
and required the defendant to give
$"?00 bond for his appearance then,
this being furnished by John A Nich
ols.- Asheville Citizen.
Tolxirco Growers Meet.
The Interstate Meeting of Tobacco
Growers will be held" in the court
house at Danville. Va.. Tuesday, Oc
? tober 13, beginning at 10 o'clock.
^Leading tobacco growers and leaders
in farmers' organizations from Ken
tucky. Tennessee North Carolina and
Virginia will be present and deliver
addresses, and tobacco growers from
all these States are expected to be
present to hear the discussions, which
will be full of interest, and helpful to
" ail those engaged HI The industry.
Wednesday the Farmers' Union will
meet In executive sesioiu but Tues
. day Lhfi meeiing lis public and tnhao
eo growers from ali the States repre
sented will tak^_ council together as
to tl^e'best means of getting satisfac
' tory prices for- their product. ? News,
I and Observer.
Fred Thomas, assistant engineer at
the city electric light plant, was in
?siiuttly -klRedJa&LJiight by roming in
light ma< htne. carrying a voltage of
j He was alone In the Rener- 1
alor "ro'nm working on. the arc ma- 1
rhineM which had been giving som^
trouble. The fireman heard his cry, '
and going into the rdom found his
lifeless body near the machine. Just
how he me: his death will never be
fcnaia There is a burn across his
chcejc, otherwise the body Is unhurt. I
: He was about 31 years of age. and
unmarried. The body was taken to!
Simpson's undertaking establishment |
and Tsr^r r<v rfce hom? f>r_his mother |
Thomas was an engineer in the Coast 1
Artillery of the National Guard. ?
New bern Journal.
Colored Dortors Indicted.
A lleging that t hey had violated the
'prohih[;?on Taws "oT NorTR'XIaronna.'
which limits, the" giving of -whiskey
prescriptions to ahy except, bona fide
patients. th?,poHc*; yesterday served
wfljTAma-an Drai.IL-Q.^pfl R> EL-Pega.
*and"j. C. Wad'dy < colored' > charging
them with prescribing spirituous
liquorH to parties who are net their
The fact that the warrants had
been served became generally known
on the streets yesterday afternoon
and the affair caused quite a sensa
tion among both white and colored
citizens by reason of the prominence
of the defendants, the many friends
of each stoutly maintalning^however,
that, the three physicians would have
no trouble In explaining the ubarges
to the satisfaction of all. the accused
themselves being confident that they
would be fully vindicated wben the
evidence was all In. On the other
hand the police nre equally sanguine,
declaring that the evidence against
he three defendants is of a most
tingerons nature, and they are confi
dent that a conviction wWl be secured
^n each case.? ^Greensboro News.
?? mum j.. iiu'j
? !? granting tdffola the Increae
rt ; |r tjiaiua. aiinKuspmm In-*
leed there has, within the past few
earn developed In the minds of the
people a realization of the bard's
greatness ? With that realisation
'hare haa been bora a desire to know
more of hie works both by the read
la* <X thejn srTd the attendance upon
Vm inn m? tiere was bat lime
ftttMUOTMir^r tliu ?if i? i miiai
of the drama, while now tho great*
majority of cities boaa%of a Shakes
peare club whereat delightful and
profitable evenings are spent In the
reading of the plays. ? Many schools
include classes in Shakespeare. The
rising generation, are sensibly en
couraged In studying the works of
the man who has done so much for
Literature and tho staged- This ? la
most commendable and reflects cred
itably upon the people of today. The
'reading of the plays of Shakespeare
breeds a desire for a continuance of
their at udy. We are all more or lesfr.
railililm with til*' Mm halloa
peare's plays have scattered abutot
broadcast, but there are few of us
who can. on the instant, find the aet
tlng for the gem
ago, when Shakespeare's
fering at the pla> house, there' was
little to them beside the wonderful
text ? then wonderful. now wonder
ful. and forever wonderful. Scenery
was little known 1 hose "Hays buT the
"lovers of dramatic art gathered them
selve s^even amongst the groundlings
and shouted: "Tlic play's the thing I"
Then crept In , the Jlghter form of
drama ?and mnch of it Qias proven
sorry stuff. Our fathers, some of
them, recall such players as Forre3t
and later on Booth Today but few
.actfu's. .of nole_ are. _ presenting the
great plays; but the few who are, are
succeeding both artistically and com
mercially. The present day theater
goer is_also benefitted. By his at
tendance upon th'esV plays ho quickly
finds his "settings'" for his gems and
sees. . withal, th<* living characters
who utter the wonderful lines. Mr.
.Edouard D.Oize, who is this season
making a. tour i -resenting ShaKos
peare's masterpie< of comedy, "The
Merchant of Venice." attributes his
success to the exrellence of his com
pany and the completeness of his pro
duction. Mr. Guy V. Gregg was at
tracted by Mr. D'Olze'a remarkable
presentation eft shylock antL unhesi
tatingly associate l himself with the
star as his manager. Profit in every
way has been 'th-.* result. Audiences
have generally been large and always
enthusiastic In their praise of star,
company and . production. " Mr
D'Oize's engagement at Brown's
Opera House will afford an opportu
nity exceptional to the people of Wast) -
I Sngton to see tl^f greatest of Shakes
peare's comedle* faultlessly present
ed. The presentation bccurs on Fri
day evening. October 15. and should
be given a capa< sty house. Prices,
35, 50 and 75 cents.
I Mr. Charles Tuten, of Aurora, was
a visitor in the city, today.
-^r. Herbert Jenklul 1611 town yes
terday afternoon on the A. C. "L: train
on a short busi'.ess trip.
M Wi ? Mollio Latham ? rv^urnml tn
her home in Kelhaven after a few
days' vlsi; In The clty.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Ay cock and son.
CAPVDIXE for 'That Headache."
Out last night? Headache and
nervous this n: >rnlng? Hicks' Capu
! dine Just the thing tr fit you for
j business. Clears the head? braces
I the uenes. T t y It. At drug stores.
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Tax the Women of Washington the
Same tin Elsewhere.
Hard to Attend to fauuh~?tioiri duties
With a constantly aching, back.
A woman should not have a bad
And she wouldn't if the kidneys
Doan's Kidney Pills make well
ilerc is a Washington woman who
endorses this claim^
Mrs rhnrlfti I ? -ln<?snn T !? 1
falr street. Washington, N. C.. says:
"I suffered from kidney trouble for
some time. My kidupys were very
weak and Ui? secretions were -ao. fre
quent in passage as to cf use me great
annoyance. My .back pched alnfost
[constantly and at tlme^-I had sharp,
shooting pains? through my loins
which almost prevented me from per
?Wrtuing my-^Kousework. I finally
heard about Doan's Kidney FMlls and'
procured a supply at thciWashlngton I
Drug Co. They strengthened my kid
neys. regulated the passages of th^
secretions and entirely removed the
pains In my ^back. I have not had
symptoms of kidney trouble
since them 1 can recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills as far superior to any
other kidney remedy I have ever
For 'sale by all dealers. Price 50.
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole egeuts for the I'nlted
Remember the name? Doan's ?
and take no other.
Charles, returned to their home in
Pantego after a day in town.
Mr. Sam Carrow arrived from New
Bern yesterday afternoon for a few
days stay in the city.
Mr. Walter Wlndley returned yes
terday afternoon from a short busi*
ness trip to New Bern.
Mr. Wilson Lamb went to Green
ville yesterday on business, after a
few days in the city visiting relatives.
ATTENDING I*. 8. COt'RT
The following are in the city attend
E. L ARCHBELL
Specialties Cigars and Tobacco.
Leary Bros.' Old Stand.
ing the; session of the IThUed States
Hon. Harry Skinner, district attor
ney. Greenville; Mr. J. X Giles, as^
sistant district attorney. Durham, N.
C. ; Hon. Wheeler Martin, collector of'
internal revenue, Raleigh; Hon. Har-'
ry Stubbs, WUIIamston; Hon. I. M.
Mtekins, Elizabeth City; Mr. G. L.
Tonnoffskl. deputy clerk U. S. Court,
Raleigh; Mr. T. -B. Slade. William
ston. and Mr. E. A. Smith. Robinson
vllle. ? - ?
SERVICES AT KICHOLSOXTILI.R.
Rev. H. D. Searight wiil preach at
the payne Memorial ?hurch tonight,
at 7:30 o'clock.
HORSES AND MULES, BUGGIES
AT WASHINGTON HORSE EXCHANGE
THE liEWESJ THINGS, ___
THE BEST OF THINGS,
Priced to Save You Money
You are thinkingFallHousefurnishings ? nowiffhe
time to prepare and cheer up the home for win
ter. We've the things you'll need in larger assort
ment ? more pleasing variety and lower priced than
elsewhere. Won't you call and let us save you money?
WE NQW HAVE SOME
* T 1 \ ~i~.
Oouu m m. y??.wj
We are expecting tomorrow a shipment of _
Nice Red Apples
Send us your orders. Prices alright.
- " ~ % R.MXON &
WEAR pN^vMlR, AND
YOU WrLL ALWAYS USE
The Bouse of Quality
PURE WHISKIES DIRECT TO YOU
BONDED STRAIGHT RYE
Gibson, 8 years old &4..10
Qual-a-Flne. 6 years old. . . . l.oo
Mellwood Boubon, 6 years
Bumgardner Mountain, 6
years old 4.50
Highsplre, 6 years old 8.BO
Certified, 6 years old 3.75
Savage Mountain, 5 y**4f old 3.TSO
Nelson Bourbon, 7 yearwwid. 3.50
Elk Run, 5 years old ? 3.0Q
Catalogue sent froe. Mall orders a specialty.
CD A Vllf till ? r\r\ Importer and I>ealer In Whiskies,
-HfKAINR MlLLLK IlrsndieM, Wines, Cordials, Etc.
1S04 E. MAIN STREET. NEXT TO PLANTERS NATIONAL HANK.
BLENDED RYE WHISKEY.
Gibson XXXX *v . . . . .91.00
Herbert's M&M. s.OO
Mountain Dew 3.00
Country Clufc. 2.50
Mountain . BO
North Carolina,. 4 years ?ekU 8.00
Silver Spring, 5 years old. . . 3.50
The above can be had In quart,
bottles if desired.
C G. MORRlSfrCO., BROKERS
WHOLESALE FRUITS AND PRODUCE _
1 Car 20th CentpryirlOur,
1 Ca - MeaL,
1 Car Hominy and Oats.
Apples, Cabbage and Potatoes fresh every day.
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