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Ladies' Collars and Scarfs, ||
ComK and Brush Sets -
Kitnomis ....... .
and many other useful j
Gifts can be seen at *
/. K. Hoyt's <
1 Washington's Oeatest Store. i|
Toy Department Second T
by being thankfulall the
vear round. Come in and
now and your wife anii
children will be thankful
to you for life Complete
list of records to select
from. New machines and
records arri ?ing weekly.
THE PICTURE FK.VMF.RS
TIIK FATlfKR AXI> HKIl i niLI?.|
]HOO|> FRI KXn ? Melodrama .
| AX OHST1XATK t'MSIKKLLA? A |
i COLONIAL VIRGINIA ? A htatorl- !
I cal picture.
SO.MK MILK FOR THK HAUl
| Comedy. .
| A l^ut (ilass Rowl .and 1-2 Dozen
(iiiwiws will be the prize for the adult
I holding the lurk) coupon next FrkUy
Your Christmas Dinner
Witl.be complete and pleasure will be added to the
occasion if you will let us fill your order.
Fresh Celery, Cranberries, Grapefruit, Plum
Pudding, Fruit Cake and a full line of
Canned and Evaporated Fruits
We have engaged turkeys for most of our custom-.;
ers, pnd wilt be glad to secure you one if- you will
Be liberal and give us your account for one month,
Ajjuarantee to please you is all we can offer.
JOS. F. TAYLOE, z
THE QUALITY* GROCF.R.
'Phones 123 and 124 Three Deliveries
: . ? |
large shipment of choice hand!
picT<Bd Michigan and Lima Beans
Please send us your orders.
==?= P.. R. MiXON & CO.
t - j
2 Carloads of Horses and Mules
RECEIVED TUESDAY, NOV. 9
Farmers Attending Corn Judging Day Invited
to Inspect Stock.
Finest Ever Seen Here.
Washington Horse Exchange.
We carry a complete line
well a* everything j
else to be found in an flp
to-date Jewelry Store.
Repairing a specialty. --
V R. L. STEWART,
. Wiwfclm ? tk? N. ?S IUllw?y.
SAVINGS AND TRUST BUILDING""
. HANKSGIVING IS PAST, BUT
^Christmas Will Soon Be Here
For a holiday Suit, you want a FIT. Get
one from a Real Tailor. My clothes wear ,
longer, fit better^nd look better than ctis
H I B. GOLDSTEIN, Washington's Only Tailor
F.% IK FIFED ITKMH.
Mies Jan:iic Chadwlck ajid. Mrs. G.
P. Carter leit on the steamer Alma
la9t Tuesday. c:> route to Raleigh to
attend the .4. fcl. ion fere ace.
Ala. J. I}. S*vhi(iril, who has been
clerking for Mr. .1 ti Cuthrell.-tnre
accepted a position with Michelle
Bee Hive L-tore as salesman.
Kv fry body ts maHMig good uaii. uli
the good weather, and are rapidly
hary^stin;; Ibeir crop*.
On at;c?*ulir cf i~.ui1 aad-gund.!
price . inert !ia*us axe ^snaking
ii::?V ndle.T.on.- sir's fall.
Kc . . if . itvjniH'y U*f'. foi* eonfe?-i
dice last Monday with salary paid in
full. We i>c? i?v? to have Mr. Rurnloy
vet;, i nod ns again which will make"
four year*.' .
M i r s. jjp eal ha* under ron
utriu tion Miiile .1 handsome dwelling. |
Prof. M. 11. Gillette la principal of(
-our -?choei. with M?s jbVnnte Nelson
as Aiiletauf-ani] MMs1 I5tlli? Spencer. '
music teacher., ,
< \MPI1KU?S tKF.KK NOTES.
A nl<;e sum was realized at ou
basket party last Friday night.
Public school opened Monday
morning with .M^ss McYVilliams ah
teacher. Fathers'und mothers if~you
would have your children prepared
for the great battle of life see w it
that they attend this school r^u
Mr. Hodges, superintendent orTStfr
convict * force, continues to move
along nicely on our new road to
Jones" Bay. ^ M
-Air. Kile Austin and Mr.
Weatherington made a flying trip tq.
Vandemere Friday evening and re
Several from this place attended
the burial of Mr. Fenner Calloway at
Royal Sunday evening. It was a very
sad occasion. BILL JUSTICE.
The reading room was as quiet as a
torub. Now and then Rome studonts
turned a page impatiently and the pa
per gave forth "a* .iharj^- rustls as
though aggrieved at sdeh Irreverent
treatment, but visitors and attendants
alike moved about with silent tread,
rubber caps rendered chair legs noise
less when they were moved, and the
very card catalogue drawers moved
I on silent ways.
I Linda loved this quiet. After" the
i clatter and clutter of a busy office,
[ which Bhe had been compelled to es
( capo because of nerves threatened to
I grow unruly, the bookish silence of
| the .reading room was more than
. grateful. She was sorry when the
I closing hour came. and. after a brief
i Interval spent In chocking up the slips
pand seeing that the -hooks were_ re
[ plmi-d In *hck- fmp.-r stacks, she had
, to go out Into the turuo.l of the busy
j The quiet plate was never lonesome."
I Linda had many friends among tboae
| quiet, eiutiloiia men aid women who
' spent the'.r days |57V,TT!ng over the ref
; ercnce books. TLere was the little
| old woman from the costumers who
spent days over old books In search
! o i it th* 'dresses of
by-gone days; there was the little o'd
: Germad who was reading everything
? be could find upon chemistry, and
. there .waa Ike. tall, quiet man who dia
1 played a singular c a t hoi klty" dr TrtlTO.
One day it would be books on astrono
! my that he wanted, and again ho
would be iutereslcd in geography or
j or nrro ?tt tM? ??
the most regular rti his attendance
and Kcemed the most like an old
! frler.d. It was he who had quietly
I aided L,lnda with suggestions which
! she had first come to the room. He
I had been a "regular" and had known
more of the routine than she did. llut
It was often that Linda was able to
help blm with a suggestion as to
new book, for her heart was In her
work and she was something more
than an automaton, dealing out the
books called for with mechanical In
Balllngton, Richard Balllngton ? ehe
knew the name from his slips ? seemed
almost a part of the reading room It
self, so regular was he In attendance
and his good morning smile was a
pleasant opening of the day's routine^
Last Christmas he bad brought a
tittle gift the day before the holiday
and sometimes, when look was par
ticularly good, a box of candy would
come back with a book,s
The summer oefore their vaca
tions had overlapped and for an
entire month she had not seen
blm. She was g! .d when the vaca
tion was over she could come
back to her place nt desk with the
beloved books a.o 1 her and with
Balllngton slttlnv In the chair In a
far corner where h'j was least likely to
For once Llnd . --a a glad as the
closing time and ? .ew that in an ]
hour more she wou be free to hur
ry home and cree; o bed. Just be- '
fore the hands r- ? ' cd the cloelng I
hour Balllngton ' from his place |
and brought a ho . :-r he desk. Then,
instead of leavii.*, ..-j went over to
enre their liappjr?v? to the use
~&T lick's Croup A. . ' irnmonfs
Salve. It'e the piMi.pt, quick
relief, mm! pre v?uui la. It nips
the tVonMe befOi-e it can get
to the dsuger rw.inf, fle??*-Be
wise. Have read y>
- Monday, Dec. 6th
Several thousand dollars worth of manufae*
turer's samples will be on sale at our store
on the above date, and we invite one and all
to be on hand, as it will be the greatest sho w
ing of Fur Fashions ever seen in this city.
Prices to make the Fur Fly.
the catalogue and began to scan the
cards In on? of the drawers. For a
few months Linda watched him. then
he looked up with the familiar glanc?
of appeal and she came over to tb?
a voice so low that It seemed scarce
ly to be a whisper. "What's the let
" 'L.' said Balllngton. 'Lo,' to b?
"Lopning?" she asked. "That's un
"Not legging." he denied. "It's a
shorter word. 'L-o-v-e.' "
"I don't think that's catalogued."
she said in dismay. "It's a funny sub
ject. Suppose we look for 'Ro
"Let's look for romanco. but not in
books." he pleaded. "1 know that this
is a silly sort of proposal, but I love |
yon, little girl. I've be?n 6ure of -It i
ever slnco last summer, when. J missed
you for a whole month* Those two
weeka when you were /ray I simply
could not do any reading. I've been
trying ever since to tell you, but I
didn't see bow. I don't want to bang
around outside of the library until you |
-?omc~ouL_anl I do _want you to belp i
-so? inoic romance. Linda, even
"ihOTiijf: 1t Is -not tn tinmtles! 1
"1 think it is in the catalogue." she I
said, softly, "bu^ !? you'd rather. I'll I
help you r.fter hours."
"There may be a romance In "the '
catalogue." said Balllngton, "but not
as good a romasce as .there is this I
moment just o-.itnldo tt:e drawers. You i
do care a little bit. Linda."
"""Ol ?' lr VITlTl^-TI "
"Yqu may come this evening if you,
like-- to begin the s'.udy."
Dalllngton made a r.ote of her ad
dress and left' the j-^Af:? with-cla&tlc_
step and beating heart. 'while Linda,
went back to recive the books the
readers were returning As she gave a
final look around as the last book was
stacked and the day's work done, she
patted the catalogue rabluet as eho
"You're" awfully wlw" she whisper
ed, "with your thousands of titles, but
you haven't a "Lov* and I'm sorr?
for you." Then Linda walked out tc
onter a new world.
Starting an Endless Chain.
Both father and n:otber struggled
valiantly to teach Ef!le to repeat th?
lett?r "A." v,the child emphatically
r? fused to prraounc# tb? first latter of
Ui? alphabet nnd afur many rain ef
forts th? father retired from th? fight
discouraged. The mother took the
lJttl? girl on her lap and pleaded with
"D?ar1e, why don't yon learn to aay
'A?* she asked.
"Because, mamma." explained Ef
fie. "dee as soon as I aay 'A' you an'
papa will want me to say 'B.' "
The Busy Bee.
Three hundred billion bees made
mough honey last year to fill a train
#f cars long enough to retch from
New York to Buffalo. At th* low
wholesale rate of 10 cents ft pound.
It was worth $2S.OOO,OOt.
; ; FOR HKR HAKK? The story of ? '
I' ' 2 Kallors and h kIH, showing a ] |
' >- real shipwreck. , ? ] |
; THE I>OG PICKPOCKET ? A < j
J ; well tralne<l animal at work. ' !
< ; AXT1-FAT ? A burlesque. ! '
! I the ? hek/, op justice? ; ;
? * ? K..I- ||rpm.. A Him , ,
; that will please every one. , "
? REEL* TONIGHT
For Stomach Agony
Ask Brown's Drug Store About Ml-o-j
na, It (Jives Keller in. Five Minutes.
? Tliej wiH tell yuu*Ttmt tfrjpy gimr-J
antee Ml-o-na to relieve promptly and
cure permanently all diseases of the:
stomach and indigestion, or they will
return your money.
Have you gas on stomach?
"" One Mi-o-na tablet and the misery
Are you btttous, dizzy or nervous?
Ml-o-na tablets will put you right
in a day; give relief In 10 minutes. I
NoV, dear reader, don't go on suf
fering with' stomach trouble. De fair !
to yourself; throw aside prejudice
and try Mi-o-na. It is a groat doc
tor's prescription. No doctor ever I
wrote a better one.
And money back ,fcpm Brown's
Drug Store if you don'/Sy Ml-o-na is
worth Its weight In Sold J>y
leading druggists every when; but in |
Washington by Brown's Drug Store,
50 cents a large box. Test sample
free from Booth's Ml-o-na, Buffalo,
Mrs. Mary. Hutchinson sarsr ''l!>a!nsj
and distress in my stomach and a
general stomach, complaint was on
tirely 'cured for me by the use of two
boxes of Mi-o-na. and I have no hesi
tation In recommending its use." 503
"Pearl Street. Ypsilanti,. Mich., De
cember 19. iaos.
Sometimes nervous women's com
pllanrs ore imaginary; again they are
a form of disease. In any event, Hol
Uster's P"cirr " 'Mftimtrrtrr Tea maWri
wonvon well. A tonic unequalled for
the good it does. Hardy's Drug Store.
CAPIP1NK for "That Headache." t
Out last mghi? Headache and .
icrvoys this morning? Hicks' Capu- '
line Just the thing tr fit you 'or j
H?isine^? Clears the head ? brtcqs '
the nerves. Try it. At drug stores, j
Everybody read this:
Every morning and evening our
wagon will be at your door load
ed with everything good to eat,
Ocracoke Mullets, . ?
Clams. > ?
Fresh Eggs, -
Chickens, old and young,
Everthing that can be found
on a vegetable wagon. ?
? Look for this wagon every
day. A polite man to wait on you;
he will give everybody good, hon
est measure. If yon don't believe
us try thcTmah fintsy, sntf if -rtre
goods suit you tell others, if not
Tell us. Alldlfyuu dun'Uu what
you want on the wagon, 'phone
146. We have it
Greatest Restaurant You
- Ever Saw.
"Dost boar that)" n*ked the fall
tnald *ien?looed b.r the AHuiiim Jour
nal. There Yvu* a tvuml <?f ? tcarr
?**Tla faltr. ; iy. ?n-o??tbi'nrt.*flj:~
"You ru'un Ceo." corrected the lover.
"An you Use." *il!d the ? nuihi. "I?m.
Ibis li no lime for eato.nolusJoal dis
Tberp's nofhliit* m.-ifces .1 man feel
qneorer tbnu t?. Imve bU wife dene rib*
a play to bi.u nil ? iv heir tie can't
correct ber b*cs.?e b~ told her be
didn't go to tt tbe iiltrJii tie worked late
?t the o!21c? ?New York l r??i
Knight Shoe Co.
_Tbe Only Er elusive Shoe Store
9 In the City.
Dress and School
\1! the latest shapes in Black,
Tan, Gun Metal and Patent
with cloth top. Cive us a trial.
E. L. ABCHfiELl .
Specialties Cigars and tobacco.
Leary Bros.' Ol^Stand.
Is the Time
To have your Pictures Framed.
Don't wait 'til Xmas eve.
WM. B. HARDING
Not . a Dissatisfied Customer !
is what we are having in our
Boys' Suit Department
There ore so many parent* who ob
ject to paying money for UOYM'
CLOTH KS. -Tpfcy want something
rivals are going at popular prices, and
ore cut from the latewt models.'
We can fit your boy from 4 to 10
Mcci range from
$1.50 to $6.00
rr IS WITH A FEEL
ING OF PLEASURE
AND PRIDE THAT WE
ANNOUNCE THE AR
RIVAL OF OUR WOM
EN'S FOOTWEAR FOR
THE FALL AND WIN
? ~ -
Our Shoe? are far superior to th^ ordinary sort of shoes that can be
had at evefy store, where women'* Shoes are sold.
tThey came to us direct from the workshop? of the worlds most
"?f|V?rW of \yomen'g flhoea. There's many a new style feature In
the Fall models, and we win lake thfl drgJtUwl pleasuie hi showing our,
women patrons the handsome foot-wear that will be in vogue during
the coming season.
S. R. FOWLE&SON >
Sftfa-al the flaraar