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* ? * \x?iv k nine & nixi 1 1
To alt the household, 5!g
and little, old and young, is an
with a .election of Edison
Ambecol records. The best
Xmas present is something all
can enjoy. All can and do en
joy th? Kdiion Phonograph.
We are just in receipt of the
new [V.-conter records. Come
end Att-m the very latest mu
sic atiu g.-t terms and prices.
1 HI IMC TL RI. FRW1EKS
1 STAR or imwtKltHM ? Biblical j
m:\vAr.K or i.\ u. companions,
L.fttllY TH Kl.lMlT FOR DFIVlL-j
TltV ? Comedy.
lU'ltOLAK Cll'liv -O;!*? of the be?t
lot comedy drarcns.
j <1LI? Al\T HANNAH'S ('AT Find
| comedy. r
\?'\t rrhluy tiiul'-l the (ieill will give
?aujiy two prizo. a beautiful hatul
J painted China vaw a? l.ady'sf prize. a
jSifrliiiK Sll\XT--Cio?l?f? Ilrusli as tl?e|
I Centleman'tt prize. TIh-w beautiful]
'article* wm* purchased from the
|c?. Smither stock.
!vly! We Are Proud of
u n _ ' No custom tailor
__ i 0 has the facilities for
fte iL. the selection of fab
il' ili? "cs enjoyed by the
%f. r Vv. f1 ||IJ makers of
l?lr!wni -Wlfm'W Kirschbaum
I lliL ifjl 'fl liillllffli
w i ' H-W "sim5^
Wj If 1 >> uMM We know that you
M1 'J; ' * MUj could net buy any
- ? ? jjJL- better clothes than
can wear one of their stylish garments from
Come in and let us prove to you our statement.
V.'e are Sole Agents for Kirschbaum Clothing.
1 Carloads of Hotses and Mules
RECEIVED TUESDAY, NOV. 9
Farmers Attending Corn Judging invited
t(T ^!TSpeCf St(TCk.
finest Ever Seen Hore:
i HANKSGIV1XG !ri -> T. ,
_b Christmas Will Sr.'., k : cre
For a holiday Suit, you want a I I 1 Get
one from a Rea4 Tailor. M> cloth- .t ? ear
" longer, fit better and look better tl.ai cus
We carry a complete line
'js well as everything
. else to be found in an up=
to-date Jewelry Store.
Repairing a specialty.
?Vatch Inspector for the N. & S. Railway.
SAVINGS AND TRUST BUILDIN?
I'oinleuM'il lloius of Interest LlapJ
| poning I II r'Mi j. |, out the State? I
Deputy "Sheriff's WeaTEerly," .Crufch
field ami Shaw returned yesterday
aftcr;:oon from Rock Cfeeft town-hip,
when? they siu ? wuod in capthnng an
illicit distilling plant,- together with
all the paraphernalia. The officers I
3rouKht Sam incite, the man. upon
whose land this distillery wan being
operated, and who is charged with
being implicated in the running of
this t IStrtt 'rt:*tilh'ry. ?The other par
ties who are supposed to be intereste
ed in the running of the still escaped
and the officers were unable to locate
them. The officers left the city yes
terday morning about 2 o'clock and
droVo about nine 'hiiles, wh&xe they
hitched their horses and \Valked near
ly' i wo mites further through the
country to where the still was locat
ed Then* was no one at the plnco
at-tha time Uic_ufittU2ra_arriYeU, about
day. They then went to the Ingle
house, situated about 20tTTards from
the place, and arrested him. ? Greens
On the first cruise of the winter
season, the revenue cutter Seminole,
in charge of the new commanding
offlrer, Capt. Crisp, left yesterday for
a voyage. of a few days along the
North Carolina coast. This will be
the first of th<? periodical cruises fnom
December 1st to the last 01 April.
The schooner Maria Palmer has been
reported in distress in Cape Look
out Light, leaking rapidly and in
dangpr of sinking and the cutter will
probably go to her assistance if
found necessary. It was reported" thit^
she was filling up at the rate of four
inches an hour and that a tug whicju
ttuiii ta tha wrecked atoaiuor
ster had taken Ter in tow for'savan
nah. The cutter will be &6ne until
Friday. ? Wilmington Bta^
This morning1 ltr<Connor -fiercer
ws^ found dead in his bed at the
hom</ of his sister. Miss Kate Mercer.
For some time this young man had
been in bad health, but his end came
suddenly. For a number of years
the deceased was an. employe in the
Times office and- he executed his du
ties to the best of his ability, a few
days ago his Tailing health compelled
him to give up his work in this office.
? Wilson Times.
A population of 29.087 is given
I Greater AsheviJIe by the 1909 city di
-rectory. which Is being issued by the
: Piednoat Directory Company, of this
city. The new book contains the
names of 11.995 persons, excluslve^of
dren and Arms, a^id the estimate of
population is reechVd by multiplying
this iH+mber by S 1-2. The multiple
is considered a very* conservative one,
many directory publishers using 3 or
even :! 1-2. The estimate includes
Aski>vilie proper, Afhevllle.
Victoria. Rilttnore. vrtiSlsey aiid
Bingham Heights, but as* the dlrcc
tory? eensus was closed two months
ago oncTthe multiple used is less than
ihe average -t is considered probable
that tho population of Ashevllle
? 1 1 1 " . ' ::<> 'h " 1'hn mi-.
?Joiuit refills to bo taken jiert year!
will, of course. conclusively decide,
TH p~?j "e?f T Ati . ? A slfe v ITIq~7*j ?Tz?
P pynf. j. 1), Horrto.
Kvjtrr'-btfn his' xchool. who \ .
jvtrtp'l of iranslatigMer and sentenced
[to fc.'.r v?*irn 111 the nfrr.ltontinrv nftor
i?cn!; tried at Warronton In Septem
ber en the charge of having shot and
i k Llloi! V.'. A Thompson, editor of the
pVarrenton Virginian, is to have a
piftiYUriai. In '.he Supreme court of
I Appeals in Richmond Tuesday Attor
] ney fler.'',ral Anrlerron confessed er
] ror in the recent trial and tho court
reversed the decision of the Circuit
court of Fenquler county and grant
ed a new trial. ? Dally Record.
T . red , cold and fagged out, Joel
| Stegr.il, the negro who "blfTed" Will
1 Israel, also of color, last Sunday
night on South Tryon street, was ar
rested late yesterday afternoon near
Newell by Constable J. E. Garrison.
At the time of the scrap, Israel was
walking along with Stegall's wife,
t which was the casus belli. Stegall
j In a fit of temporary Insanity brought
on by jealous rage hit Israel across
I the head several times with a fonce
[rail, fracturing his skull to such an
There is a
tfhy ercry home should liavo
\irk'.i (,Y(,up ami Pncumonlii
-*ntr^Tra/iy. h nip* m m?
l?ud Cold*, (.'roup, Pneumonia, .
etc.. beside* bemt salve
Of a(l. It will save
suffering, expense and regret*.
23c, .TOc ami $ I.OO Jars.
? Manufactu rer's
? < ^ ' T
Monday, Dec. 6th
Several thousand dollars worth of manufac
turer's samples will be on sale at our store
on the above date, and we invite one ancl all
to be on hand, as it will be the greatest show- ~"
ing of Fur Fashions ever seen in this city.
Prices to make the Fur Fly.
f/X' ? THE H/CH-AJiT CLOTH /ERS ?
extent^fUat^ke Ilea at the point of
?Mfurli in Godd Samaritan Hospital.
When Ufcm In custody yantanlay a?.
tornoon Stegall offered no resistance,
contenting himself with the remark
that he was too tired to give the of
ficer a chase. ? Charlgjte Observer.
A1UHRAL TO<iO RETIRES.
Tokio, Dec. 3. ? Admiral Togo,
chief general of the staff of the navy,
retired yesterday from naval com
mand and becomes a member of. the
Throw Out the Line
Give the lvidneys^Hclp and Many
\Va&liinKton*fv<iplc Will lie
"Throw Oh? the Life Line" ? - ?
The kidneys need help.
They're overworked ? can't got the
poieon filtered out of the blood.
They're getting worse every min
Will you help them?
Doan*^ Kidney Pills have brought
-thousands of kidney miffprer* ? bnvk
from the verge of despair.
-? Will cure any form of kidney trou
ble. * - ? ? ~~y ~~
\V. J. Johnson, farmer, Wharloj.
N". C.. says: "l had such severe pain.
,ln the back that |gpnttf4
hardly turn- over in bed ana I vr? j
suffering in tensely when I com
menced - using Dwitfs Kldjvy *?? lis. J
They gave rre alr*ost imxno<.r.ii**re- \
lizL I ? P ? ???nrlfl
tanres, srffer'ng from kidney eom
plaint o yn to tir. Hard '? Uriel
?wiore. pel Kidney t !!! ? ?
give tl,am n nt-il " 1 j
For !??*??? i'V - r *? ?tfi^alerw.' ? H--r>
To r -Sfevrn Co. :
ifCpw vort:. -??!c r--7fs for r ? 4? !
Hicks' I \i i ill S| ? 'i?rcn S t; I j. .
Also Nervous Iloadache. Traveler*'
Headache and ,ichea frov. ^rip.
Stomacn Trouble* of Ferna1 trou
bles. Try Capudiu?? if* liquid?
ofTectH innnrHutely. Sold !?*? drug I
HIGH H8T C.\3H VR1lK?
We carry Hay, Grain and nil
kinda Feedstuff ? U'e handle
^ Uh* *?*ry iieal Floor at wrhoio- ,
PAUL & CUTLER
Ivtsr w ATKlf HXKK1CT.
3 cansYor "
25c. ? n
Phone 97. ? .
Specialties ? it ir? and TobatvT
lU;ary Bros.' Old Stand. 1
? P.'.im Main Sural.
WASHINGTON, N. C.
Rates: $1 Per Day.
i'LLtv!* (. i I'iEli I.N U ru 14 DAYS'
PAZO OINTMENT la guaranteed to
euro any case of Itching, Dltud, Rleed
ing or Protruding Piles In 6 to i-i
davf or money refunded 50c.
Program Changed Daily
THE SKXORITA ? A story of
Mexico, tthowing how a Mexican
girl falls in love with an Amer
A NEW LIFE ? The story of
Tran val Jean, taken fmnrHu<
go's Los Misei ables.
MISS JONES' LOYKik Oil 1
WANT MY HAT ? This is a Rl
ograph comedy thr.t make* the
5 J'oung and old alike laugh.
\ Merry Crowd
Everybody read (his: .
livery morning and evening our
? agon will be at your door load
ed with everything good to eat,
j Corned Meats,
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 wiltgive everybody good, hon
est measiire. If you don't believe'
us try the man today, and if the
goods'Sitf you tell others, if not
lell us. Andif you don't see what
you want on-ttir wngnn, 'phonr
1 148. We have it.
I Greatest Restauraat V on
? Ever Saw.
Dress and School
Aii the latest shapes iii Black,
Tan, Gun Metal and Patent
with clo^h top. Give us atrial.
Knight Shoe Co.
The Only Ercluslv? Shoe 'Store
ln,thc City. . ? v
Is the Time
To have your Pictures Framed.
Don't wait 'til Xraas eve.
WM. B. HARDING
if you aro looking fog GLASS and CROCKERY
1 W ARE, TOYS and other Holiday Goods, come
; to see us. T. W. Phillips & Co.
Home Building & Loan Association
WASHINGTON, N. C.
Capital Stock Paid in Since 1902, Over $30,000
OFFICERS: Frank C. Kugler, President; W. E. Swin
dell. 1st Vice-President: Frank H. IJi-yan, 2nd Vice
President; Jno. B. Sparrow, Secretary.
To build up the town.
To make better citizen* by their owning their homes.
To form the trnnrl habit of jwiriar ? ;
To provide for rainy days.
To creatc a foumlatinn for eredit.
To put weekly savings to work immediately.
To provide for the education of children.
To save money for any purpose.
COST OF STOCK: ?
Twenty-five cents per share initiation.
Twenty-five cents per sh are each week until maturity.
VALUE OF STOCK:
ftlOO.Oty per share at maturity.
I<ength of time to matuie stock, about six and ? half years. )
Net earnings of serte* Just matured, O 1-1 per cent, per annum.
Ml . ''I '>i I ? i nul ii 1 1 i ..
New series to be opened Jan. 1st, 1010.
Time to buy stock, NOW.
JESSE- ROSS jmd_CHARIJEitLEJVllNG, Solicitors^
TTOME BUILDING & IO SN~
IT IS WtTH A FEEL
I ING OF PLEASURE
AND PRIDE THAT WE
ANNOUNCE THE AR
EN'S FOOTWEAR FOR
THE FALL AND WIN
Our Shoes are far superior to the ordinary sort of shoes that can be
had at overy store, where wonjen's Shoes are sold.
? They came to us direct from the workshops of the world's most
noted makers of Women's Shoes. There^s mrfhy a new style feature In
the Fall models, and we will take the greatest pleasure in showing our
? women patrons the handsome foo,t-wesr that will be In vogtle during
the coming seascn.
S. R. FOWLE & SON
C G. MORRIS b CO., BROKERS
WHOLESALE FRUI TS AND PRODUCE
? ? ? " 1 l' ? i ^ i ? p.- ? -
~ Arrivals this w6ek. ; ~~ ? .
2 Cars Meal, 1 Car 20th Century Flour, 1 Car Flake White Lard,
1 Car Kingans Reliable Meat, 1 Car New York State Apples,
Let your orders come along. .
A real opportunity to secure a set of high grade furs at a small cost. Special for Sat
no two alike. u* u ?_jr^ ?:r ~ ^ - . . s<