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- . ? ? Another lot of Extra Special
Oh Sale Monday. $17.75 to $39.75.
AH colors, styles and sizes.
Every 10c. 'purchase means another vote on the doll.
J. K. HOYT
NEW ARRIVAL OF FALL WEIGHT
"RED RAVEN HOSE"
For Men, Women, Boys, Girls.
"Every pair guaranteed? "Satisfactory," or a new pair
will be given.
J. F. BUCKMAN SON
We announce ouJ"readt-|
ncss with the besrShoes
made and the , best shoe
service, to take care of any
fall and Winter footwear
want that may confront any_J
? man. woman or child.
Moderate and pleasing
-prices with, a guarantee of
satisfaction, borne by our
reputation for always keep
ing faith with our friends.
We solicit vour fayors:
S. R. FOWLE & SON.
Is One of the Greatest Sanitary In
ventions Ever ConceivecL ___
By Human -Ingenuity
ure. The steam Is generated by a Gas Iloili-r and is superheated to'n .high de
L r; "r rrr
!ibfctlUf - 1 "Rircrm .si ONCINCi and PRbSblNG at the same time. Th* foot i#v?r - i nnn _ , ' ' .
' ? til Yi nr.- 'T ;i -rr
?the dry Mtcarn
A f?arm"t.' that pa**?* thro igh this machine Is thoroughly disinfected,
PRESSING at the same time. The foot lever supplies a 1.000-i.ound pressure, so that the fibres of the
nje? *, at the same time it
as no germs or mlerobes can exist under a temperature as high as
Removes Any Odor thaHVfey Be in it; Takes Away the Grimy Appearance, Raises the
Nap, Revives the Colors and Imparts to the Garment That
Freshness Desired By All Dressers.
There is No Danger of Burning or Scorching the Garment
t?f the dry steam procesn; while a higher degree of heat is applied to the garment than can be applied with the sad iron without any possible
danger of burning or injuring the fabric.
State and are therefore better prepared than ever to do
- ? With the installation of this machine, we now have the beet equipped p'ant in the
-the ?P?jr_lH?t work
A garment that has been cleaned by our FrecchDryCIeanlng Troceiw and
deodorized, and is practically good as new.
Ladies' Coat Suits are our special pride.
A II'IUI will unit
'n>onc us today and our porter will call.
:t j rr~x% **?
WRIGHTS STEAM PRESSING *
"Who Presses Best in Washington."-:
WE GUAItANTEE THAI. THESE VALUEsYaNNOT BE MATCH
ED in this cimrr ? . -
' Ladies' (Slack Sea Island Cotton at . 15 and 2Sc.
Misses' lino lUbbed Black . . 15 and 23c
ttm ? . .* in ilT^yacr
The second business session of tbe
Women's Missionary Union of Iloan
oke Association was opened prompt
ly at 10 o'clock yesterday morning by
Mrs. Harr$U, of Tarboro. In the en
forced absence at the time of the
president, Mrs. S. J. Everett, of Will
iamstou. the vice president, Mrs. rt.
C. Josey, presided. Reports from the
various committees were road, after
which Mfs. Harrcll reiftl a most inter
esting paper pn the State mission
work, telling of the great advance
jj-nradc - along all lines of this ?ood
work, and urging that even greater
efforts be made for the ensuing yoar.
After prayer and eong, Mrs. Everett,
who had entered, took the chair, and
Mrs. Joscy read - a line article on
Home Missions, and made a strortg
appeal for greater seal In this lmpor
tant branch of the mission work.
Mrs. Crawford was clected field
secretary for the year, to Visit
churches, organize societies, etc.
After an jopen session In, which
! plans and ide*s were discussed by all
| th'e- delegates, Mrs. Hetts, of Pilot
I Mountain Association. ~ wast called
I upon for an account of the state con
| ference which met at High Point.
1 -The motto for the coming year will
be "Christ Our Foundation." and
j Mrs. Everett gave an impressive talk
; on the subject.
! A permanent secretary to^Keep the
.records and for preparing the min
utes was appointed, and Mrs. Harrell
. was elected to the office.
1 Prayers were held for the beloved
State President of the W. M. U-, also
for the Sunbeam State missionary,
both-of whom are ilh-aftor which the
meeting- was adjourned ? to convene
with the Willlamston church the flrBt
week- in- October. The delegates left
yesterday afternoon for their homes.
- Football Game
?The first football game of the sea
son was played at Fleming Park yes
terday afternoon between Washing
ton and the High School. The game
was close and exciting. The Wash
ington team son. by a score of 2 to 0.
The features was the <w*d running by
the High School team and the hard
line plunges for Washington. A good
size crowd witnessed the contest. ?
" i mm i' inn myitis
Mr. Hoyt Moore returned from a
trip to Beaufort this morning.
' ^ Mr. Julian Springs is here from the
A.. & M. Collie, Raleigh, for a short
visit to Mr. Charlie Hill.
Mr. Frank Jones Is In the'clty on a
visit to Mr. Cliff Blalcely.
Mrs. Fred W. Hoyt, of Williams
ton, returned to her home this after- ?
noon after a visit in the city.
Messrs. Jesse Wkrren and Harry
McMullen went to Edenton this
morning on business.
Mr. W. P. Hilton, who has been
auditing the city books, left this
morning for Baltimore.
Sheriff George E. Ricks left yes
terday afternoon for Belhaven.
Dr. . C. T. W'indley, of Belhaven,
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Chickens, grown... 25 to 3 <k
Spring chickens . i? to 26c
Green salted bides ?...Je
Green hides. ... s.8c
Mixed woof 18 U 20c
TfcUOW I W
Wool, free from burrs. ....... .100
Sheeriinga " K to 10O
Lambskin 25 to 490
BWfl uittuu 6 60 1
Lint cotton .......... 14 8
NEW YORK FUTURE MARKET.
.December 14.81 14.78
jjuramry: 14,84 14.**
March 14.88 14.84
'May 14.88 14.88
July I4 86 14.87
NEW DRIED FRUIT
j Currants, ? ? SC
I . EvaDorat6d Peaches and
E. L. ARCHBELL
Sptciallles Cigars and Tobacco.
j Leary Bros.' Old Stand.
f had a \jxr n\
Vjunnnii 1 LtU
?- . 8~~? *-r \ >
If our *u>0 B. & P. Shoes
break through before the
sole wears through we much
prefer that you return them
for a new pair.
Knight Shoe Co.
The On!y,Erclu?lvo Shoe Store
In the City.
CARGO OF SALT
H. M. JENKINS CO.,
? HEfcP IS OFFfeRED?
WORTHY YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN. No matter how limited your
means of education, the GREAT AMERICAN SHORTHAND AND BUSI
NESS COLLEGE, Durham, N. C-, la ready and willing to help You secure
a high-grade Business Education. TheONLY Business College In the Caro
linaa presided over by an Incorporated Accountant and Auditor. A suffi
cient guarantee of its superiority. Enter now on easy payment plan.
DEPARTMENTS;* Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Telegraphy,
Penmanship* Civil Service, English Branches, etc. Expert . Faculty? -Rail
road Fare Paid? Positions Guaranteed.
C. a. MORRIS & CO., BROKERS
WHOI.FSAI F FRUITS AND PRODUCE
ARRIVALS TODAY? 1 Car 20th Century Flour,
1 Car Meal, 1 Car Hominy, 1 Car Flake White Laru. j
IN TRANSIT? I Car Kingjn's Reliable Meats.
Fresh arrivals ot fruit aud produce-ev?cy day.
ALWAYS GOOD and r
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.
REAL ESTATE WANTED II!
I have moved to Washington, N. C., from Van
Wert, Ohio, where I was engaged in the Real Es
Tat^ business for more than thirty yeais, and will ?
engage in the same in Washington, N. C. I want
farms aAd other lands for sale. If you want to
sell your farm or lands see me or 'phone *
W. M. KEAR,
Washington, N. C, 'Phone 85.
Office with C. D. Parker, Havens-Small Building.
Of Hamburgs, Embroideries, etc., at cost, on
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 21 and 22.
Don't forget the days.
T. W. PHILLIPS & CO.
Car Load of Stick Candy
We are in a position to ghre you special prices on
E. R. MIXON & CO. .
All Kinds of Pain Right Now
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