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HI EXTRA SUIT VALUES!
Ladies* Tailor?Mude Garments? all eel-? ?
ors an?- sizes ?
We boasron this line.- , - -
J. K. HOVT
Ashipment of America's
finest productiuoand the.
worlds greatest Sewing
Machine. The ballbear
ing, light running NEW
HOME ? for cash or easy
Don't forget thai we are head
quarters for the besr sewing
machine needles and oil. Be
ware M imitation goods. The (
iwsris-rinreheapesfc? We car-(^
ry the best. "Not how cheap,
but how good we can give you
for your money.
"I HF. PICT I' RE FRA>1ERS
7 he Gem
[ . 1 ]
j SUNSHINE AFTER STORM? Fine j
NKITINK'.S l>AlCillTEU ? Hand
THK DISAPPOINTED HEIRS ? A
COUPONS WILL HE GIVEN FOR
THK HOYS AND GIRLS' PRIZE (A
HO A' OF Hl'VLKITS CANDY) TO
in? TrmrN at 8 p. >l tonight
AND FOR THE ADULTS* PRIZE ? A
BEAUTIFUL CUT GLASS ROWIj?
[to BK GIVEN THURSDAViMGHT.
IT IS WITH A FEEL
I ING OF PLEASURE
AND PRIDE THAT WE
ANNOUNCE THE AR .
; HtVAt Of e^R WOM. 4
ENS FOOTWEAR I'ORT
I THE FAI.L AND WIN
| TER SEASONS.
? Slioea ;tr?> far superior to th*1 ordinary sort of shoes that can be
very more, where women's Shots are sold.
' came to us direct from the workshops of iiie worli1'^ ? must ,
nakers of Women's* Shoes. There's many a new style feature in
I models, and we will lake the greatest pleasure in stowing our I
patrons rh? f.my-wear that be ^"vogue during |
ning season. ~ ] V/ 1 ~
S. R. FOWLE & SON
CARGO OF SALT j
H. M. JENKINS CO.,
-HELP IS OFFERED
tVUKi HI 'i Ot-rV<r 1 \ v\n \\ i >Mt N" No matter how limited your
means o! education, ? V-l ? \ \ii' K [CAN SHOR 1 H AND AM) BLS1- !
NF.SS COI-I.KCiE. Durham. N. C., is ready and willing to help You secure |
a hi ftW -grade Hmwi* ch> Education ? The ONI.Y Business College in the Caro
lina* presided over l>y an Incorporated Accountant and Auditor. A sLl i-j
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.
S TATE NEWS
Viilnli i.m .1 I. r i Ml[, \
iKMiin;; Throughout the SUte.
The police officers of TK?rtowif Liff
jmson to boltave ihal -Noah Hardy, a
[colored man who lives on First street,
Iwhh rn tjfltng a' blind tiger. ' Saturdo-y
' nigh i a week ago. Policeman Clark
and M-C-'" iMi ?it-rrt' l'"> at
[the colored man's house.'atid saw an
? other colored man go there and .bu>
[same liquor From NoaJT" The officers
.took no action at tl.0 time. an tlwr*?
J were ?u;ne at4ter_iLli'!itoi>tnen t s they
! had an eye on. but urmed with a war
j rant they went to the same house
lasr Saturday night and found 4 3
half pint bottles and one 2 -gallon Jug
! of liquor. :iko 7 empty :-K%Uon ju^x.
? 7* empty 3-gallon jugs and. 4 empty i
, l-gallon Jug?. all bearing eyidence
? of being. only recently emptied, i
Hardy was given a preliminary hear- j
ins before Mayor \Nrtwdbee-and was
boi:nd o>er to Sujftriory court. ?
Greenville Reflector. J
About 9.30 o'clock Saturday night
while northbound freight No. 2"t>
from this city to Norfolk, was shift
ing in the yard at Tarboro, Mr. E. P.
kdmor.ds. a brakeman of the tr^in.
had (hanged the switch and was in
the act of crossing the track iu front
of the oncoming car. when he stum
bleil and fell and the train, passed .
over him. cutting og dQIH legs clfjao |
np to the body. "The young man was
promptly given medical, attention,
but he died._about three hours after
the accident. The remains were
iaken yester-day aftgrnoon to his
home in- Scotland Ncck_ where the fu
neral will be hold thin afternoon. Mr.
Edmonds had been In th*? employ of
the company for several inonths^*
Rocky Mount Record.
It has come to the knowledge of
this body, HapVist Ministerial Associ
ation, from unquestionable source,
that a force of laborers was kept em
ployed throughout the Sabbath day
j>n November ll. in the ~uork of
building and finishing the Grand The- j
ater In this city. This gr>ss viola- 1
tion of the law and the sanctify of I
t?tt> Christian Sabbath rar.not bc rx-1
fused upon any possible plea of ne- 1
cessity or mercy, ar.d. Ir. our opinion. I
,, .-...I |-<
!ngly deplorable. We do r.ot under- j
take to'place the blair.e for this .of- 1
f^nce, not knowing where it rests. |
We regard this as a natural sequence 1
of the growing l^xue** of public sen- i
tlment regard fag the Christian Sab-'
bam: In thlfc flagrant offo.-.co it ? U
our opinion that the Christian con
science of our city has been out-1
and '.hat the people -are en
tiiled to know who la responsible for
1 1*. ? Ilaleigh Times.
Unqualified approval of t!'e quality*
of Mecklenburg road.-*' and surprise j
at the progress aohlevdil in this re- j
speet.was expressed by Me.-srij. Jas. ;
Vllniott. engineer, and F. H. Brown.]
jirotographer. of' the r.aUonal bureau]
of public road? - They were in thej|
???ity Thursday. Friday and Saturday.1
The first day was Fjent in conferfcnre;
wiUi the chairman of the board of ,
county commissioners.- Later they i
were driven o?t on the Lawyers')
road to Mint Hill, and from there to (
: Matthews. ? They wero taken to the '
different eon vie: ramps and pffoto- j
, graphed several stretches of road.
They left yesterday .morning for
.\-<hev<n?. from where, after a .stay of |
'a few days, they will rpusinue their j
1 tour westward ar.d then south.?
The Norfolk & Southern railroad
is going ahead rapidly in erecting a
'emporary repair whops. ami ^ great
deal of repairing is being done out
?of door*. Pwu al the old. WjUlfl bayj
: been covered, and th'9 bouse that was
I almost completed for a boiler shop,
j will bo- uned as a machlneshep, after
| being doubled In sire. Nearly all of
? UH* d?-tlllft llf 111. Hi . hn. rfh
moved and quite a lot of the ma
chinery made ready for use, a large
.force of men are employed In clear
ting iiuaj- the ruins and by the latter |
| part of the week' the machine shop
? *?'* *** Hi ? f?+i nwn
j Journal. s
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HALT AS A MKUlClMK.
j -1 have in the past seYCTT ot eight
I iiftg? ? -Little salt in all the water 1
| drink. I also put a little salt, with
I sugar and uiilk, in every cup of tea.
I coffee. or cocoa T use.
I have been a resident In the
tropics for over 4 0 years, .and except
for a sprained ankle have not had
occasion to call in-a doctor or to
j lake any medicine in the last 30
years. I believe every one's health
[In the tropics would be very much
bette.r, if he used more salt. I find
the benefit of drinking a tumbler or
cold water with a little salt In It
every morning on rising at about 5
o'clock, before my bath or cup of
cocoa, which i usually take between
I 5:30 and 6.
If people could be Induced l\. bf
It he J?asy and cheap method of taking
I a little common salt with the water
'they drink they would in the gener
ality of cases find that they would
1 seldom reouire ottier"
F. N. Bum.
CAPUD1X E for "That Headache."
Out last night? Headache and
nervous this morning? Hicks' Ca^u
dlne just the thing tr-^U-you for
bustness. Clears the head ? braces
the nerves. Try It. At drug stores.
EIROPEAN PLAN. ABSOLVTELY
In the heart of (lie businrsR section of
k BALTIMORE/ MIL
I.uxui-ious Rooms, Single and Eu
Suite, with or without Baths, 51
per (lay and up. Palatini Diuin*
? Rooms; l*4isurpav?/>(l Cuisine; the . !
shower :tnd pi untie in Turkish j
Baths Fret* to GiiomU.
JOSEPH L. KERNAN, Manager.
FALL AND WINTER
We have a line assortment. Plant
early for the l>e*i results. Send nTT"!
new price list.
CHOICE Cl'T FLOWERS
Wedding Roquets, Floral Designs,
anil Flowers for all occasions. Mail,
-telegraph ami telephone orders will
I l?e prompt!) tilled by ~
J. L. U'Ql'INN & CO.,
it hard to believe that
The Royal. Tailors
can make these hand-sewed tailored-to-order
and suits at the price of ordinary
so much advertising to get you to buy
your first Royal suit,_for after the first suit
is yours you'll take no substitute for Royal
Tailoring as long as you wear clothes.
A tailored overcoat, made by The Royal Tailors will
outlast three overcoats bought ready-made. Because it har
monizes with the body; there is no friction between the tines
oi your body and the lines of yoiur back. It won't be pulled
out of shape because of poor fit? for it will fit you absolutely..
What more do you want to satisfy yourself that you can get your
money's worth here. There is only one Royal Tailor store in this
TOWir-^niiis is i.- icclzd h". ?r itftitators.
Get the genuine Royal Tailoring ? made-to-order by the Royal
Tailors of Chicago and New York.
LADIES' HAND BAGS, &ed
69c. to $3.00.
Full Line ? : ^ ? ?
Ladies' and Gent's Dress and Walk
f ing Gloves. WHE^
Qam&i S. Cfali'
? Th1T~/'i/ C&OTH/SiRS ? ? '
JSUPKHB SERVICE _ _
To Baltimore via Chesapeake SteamshipLine
NEW BAY LINE "COLUMBIA" and "AUGUSTA." Diniugrooms on
Saloon Decks. Elegant Tabic D'Hofce Dinner 75 cents; Club Breakfast,
25 to 60 cents. Polite attention and the very beat service in every way.
I We solicit criticism of our service. Leave Norfolk, foot of Jackson St.,
T"flaily except Sunday 6.15 p. m.; arrive Baltimore 7 a. m., connecting with
I rail lines for Phila., N. Y., and all poin:* East and West. For all informa*
tion and reservations address
I. Chandler. G. A.: F. R. McMillin.T. P A.. Norfolk. Vs.
We carry the famous
J. E. Tilt Shoe
Knight Shoe Co.
The Only Exclusive Shoe Slore
in the City.
Reduced from 25c. Der
3 for 50c.
E. L. ARCHBELL
Specialties Cigars and Tobacco.
Leary Bros.' Old Stand.
HIGHEST CASH l'RICES
| CHICKENS, EGGS
I \V? furry Hay. Grain and all '
| "t III 1 1 Fr ril.iiiff_ ?? \Yr hnPdlj? |
the very best Flour at whole- '
PAUL & CUTLER J
EAST WATER STREET. I
Is the Time
To have your Pictures Framed.
Don't wait 'til Xmas eve.
VVM. B. HARDING !
Reduced Round Trip
"^TuV 1 ? t
NORFOLK, VA., ACCOUNT
Atlantic Deeper Wat
NOV. 17-20 and VISIT
OF PRESIDENT TAFT 1
_ Atlantic Coast Line Railway Co. ,
will sell roundTrlp tickets at rate of
$4.30. Tickets on sale November 16,1
17, 18 and 19, ftna4- limit returning
-Kev amber. 21. -
For further Information, cal E. A.
LaFRAOE, Agent, or address
W. J. CRAIG,
Paffseiigrr Traffic Mgr. j
T. C. WHITE,
? Gen. Pass. Agt.
WILMINGTON', N. C.
another open letter.
Greenville, N. C.,
November 11. 1909.
To O." L. Joyner:
Sir ? Something Hlce 14 days ago 1
wrote you an open letter, challeng
ing you to meet me li^ the courthouse
at Greenville, on a public issue you
arc conducting with the people of
North Carolina, setting forth a bill of
Iiidictment very clearly whioli I ana.
ready to defend at any time* Not
having heard anything from you, I
will state that unless you set a date
soon, then I will, as I am determined
to be heard, and am standing pat on
'Yours, ttc., ' .
J. R HUTCHIN03. -
M ACKER AL
New Mincemeat and
? G. MORRtS&CO.. BROKERS
WHOLESALE FRUITS AND PRODUCE
Arrivals this week.
1 Car Meal .
1 Car Timothy Hay.
1 Car Kingan's Reliable Meats. -
- BAZAAR ,
A RIG LTXE OF sample IN LA?JEy <MMT-SUlIS. -CLOAK h and
S\v ??? <|T|;|t.S? ALSO MK.S S A.M> I'.OVlV II m II GRARE SAMPLE "
SlUT*. A\l> A RIG LINK, ol' IlK'M VI.US Alll MH.I. FNRS \.\ ~
SILKS. WOOLENS, SUITING AND COTTON GOODS. PRICES LOW
ER. COME EARLY AND GET VOI R CHOICE. YOVIW FOR BAR
CAINS. 1*. ORLEANS' BAZAAR. MARKET STREET.
THE" UNION GROCERY CP'S. CAFE
AVCTPD C served in all styles by the Notfed
VlOl lUVd Chef? RICARD BONNER. (
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION? TRY US
?PHONE 327. _ V ^
r,mr,Ks watches *
Wedding Presents of All Kinds
Everything Guaranteed. Engraving Free.
Repair work given prompt attention.
Blasting Fuse and
Caps, ? ?
Batteries, ? ?
and Dynamite on