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j |*:u ut ihI China tasi* us La?li's prize. ?j
SUM-liui; Sihor Clmin's firii?li as ihcl
' (ii'iil Ionian's |?rl/i*. Tlicw twain if til!
arti<|<-? wore purcitUMHl from tlu* A.l
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My! We Are Proud of
No custom tailor
has the facilities for
the selection of fab
rics enjoyed by the
We know that you
could not buy any
better clothes than
You. can wear one of their stylish garments from
$ 16.00 to $20.00
Gome in and let t:s prove to you our statement.
VV are Sole Agents for Kirschbaum Clothing.
? THE HUB.
^.Carloads of Hotses and Muks
RECEIVED TUESDAY, NOV. 9
Farmer.- Aitendir.fi Corn Judging Day In>ii"d
to fa:;i;u*t Stock.
Finesi U' l'^cen Hire.
?Washhigtofl Kof^-E^an^ -
i ii A.\ KSGi V 1S(J 1 ' K\;> 1 ,
irfc&as whl S; -h
Fot a holiday Suit. j\.a M an a
i one from a Real Tailor >jv clctiics we. r
' longer, fit better and lock better than cui?
| tom-miUtc garments.
i_H ft. GOLDSTEIN, Washington^ Only T ^
We carry a complete iin
? as well as everyth:
else to be found in an t .
to-date Jewelry Store
Repairing a special: \
'/ R. L.STEWAK'i
*ratch Inspector for the N. S. Railway,
SAVINGS AND TRUST PUILDING
If you are looking for GLASS and GROCK1.P .
WABt TOYS anil fither Ht-1 id iv Goods, rnr;
to &ce us. \y. Phillips & Co.
ComlrinKtl HTm- s ?.r interval Hnp
1 OHtnc Hirni:vli"itf 4i?* State. | 1
W?*?=;?m North i";? ndirm Cotiferenr'!]
o'!:ce :J ')?> !?:. a* ?. A a UuMgh. The?"' |
si; in ran.i.-l The r.'norpora- 1
: nr. II IJ L-iK fftij C. If. Ktng.J
w?i* . ' run! .JT'tnem: wavcr.1
?' iXi ?-.in. '!"?!:?' Oubirt f Wiieer ro j
? it' ? nvLlle, filled an amendment rr-i
TV." rorptptrt are consld
lorj' j good Indication of the growth)
I of a~ low ii and Wilson is' steadilv
I ni-ov;!,.;* if this i.'-u goo<l basis to judge
from. The receipts at the Wilson I
postoffic for I ii o month of November'
this year ? amounted to S .is*. 3 j
tagahist $ 1 .1 ?>.*?. for November -last
! year, an ?increase of over l* 1 per cent
1 -y Wilson Time* . *' .
E. Smith white, oi House *
Creek lownnhi;), who swindled Bar
bee & Company out of about $?;o? on
[YfiT^ajfternoon of September '2 3. wa?
arresttd at union station last night by
Policeman Warren just as he was fix
ing to leave for Atlanta.. Since the
crime .Smith has been hiding out. II"
returned to-this county to get his wife
and rhild and was at the depot wait
ing for a train for Atlanta when
nabbed by the officer. He had already
purchased his tickets, and in a few
mor? mtnutcs would have been speed
ing southward. ? Raleigh Times.
John Swift, a white man or~nr
-. spec table appearance, was arrested
her* yesterday morning by request of
officers at Bessemer City. The charge
preferred against him was nos-sup
rawiit. pro or con to this charge, but
ment. pro or con this rliargn, but
grlmiy awaited the coming of- the
expected deputv sheriff to bear him
escort home ? Charlotte Obaervy.
Mr. J. F. Terry sold a bale of cot
ton and the seed from same for
$110.34. and still had 'J00 pounds of i
the seed for planting. This is the
beat record that has been reported in i
Martin county during the 'season of '
high priced rotten. Some people say
that farming does not pay. ? Will-,
Sheriff .1. Knox and Deputy Sher
iff G. F. WtlleUSi-ef Bfuhswick coun?|
ty, arrived -iti* the city mi the early,
mor-.lr.g -train today, bringing with
i L. W. Bra<!>. Hhadc Dullard..
-Ho?.-.". ?> Erady and O. W Brady, the
wh::- men from, the Green Swamp I
sec?-'.: u:* the co;:nty, charged with j
.m 1 " i:;H ? irnl ? rnj'ir m -personal j
pro; -: ?'y ih.e \Vtuc?r.'.aw Lumber |
Cv#.. and *oir..? of them witfi secret. ;
with intent to klfl upon some |
- -v.:;. loves of the company, upon,
a ber.. h warrant issued some time I
ago l.y Jndxe^ 1?yon at J-umberton. 1
'..-?.?'r <jf '-jftflTl'l ' "r
TVey wer'-' Kiv.--r. ;i hearing yvsi"rdjry j
.T - If-'- l.yt?!i and were c.orumfited j
!ti 4lefnv.lt of S2Jn?0 bond for tbe'r'
wkii Superior court. They were rep-.!
-p?enrod yesterday l?y William J. Be'-'
"!uy, E*<i.. of Wilmington, wh'lc the|
? -f-.- r. . I- I- : ? (
c-f . .r.i !alr. Lyon & Greer and P j
? ov, :. . of Whltevllle. S^erSn" Knox ,
? '! deputy WLlletts will leave w'th ?
? ? prisoners t'.ils morning f ? ? r Sdu'.h- ,
Or! -Wilmington Star.
Monday morning about threi
??-lo'*k two of the boilers In Foreman !
kl ?#les" .-aw mill blew up with disa<
!?"??- rfwilu to the buildings. The
explosion occurred in the /|uiet hours
r?f the morning and the concussion
1 ? "ieat that -14 ? shoolt rtvnrji
30use in the city sufficiently to
HIGHEST CASH PRICES
We carry Hay, Grain and all
kind* Feedptttiff * ? We handlo
the very be*t Flour at whole
PAUL & CUTLER
EAST WATKK STREET.
y CANS FOR x
E. L. ARCHBELL
ry Bros.' Old Stand.
h waken the sleeping Inmates. Imme
diately after the shock t lie lire alarm
wa'i turned in and the fire depart -
Vi- . v>' -ii.-.r.het!, " I VIP1 ? lb" bmW^ ?
bfiijily raised Itself from Its bed. tra
*i'r ? ! the KuUJIng splittlnr tt-Trpfrr ?
.vavi'ftd about 200 yards before
i' s:; :t .Ir Th" ^roTTTivl. TTie Hie;
nan ?ated- that the boiler must ha*v
traveled at a height of forty ?>r flfiy
Lr-e: ybov* ilie ground. T'.-.e 1
b< 11 "tnra-d over In Its bed, but ?'??? _
Jl(" '.brown out of it. A negro wlJo
wan sleeping near the boiler vas had
3 v n't Med. The fireman K'.s^Ifiiaod v.
broken arm- ? Elizabeth C':y Tar
l Al't lUTi: for "That lleiidnchC." ,
Out last night?. Headache and '
nervv.u.% IhU morning? HScW Calm
dine Just the thing tr fit y>?u for
business. Clears the hea-l ? braces I
Ute ii erves. ? Try it. At drug stores. |
"FREE! FREE! 1
I . FREE! . 1
Everybody read this:
, Every morning and evening our ,
I wagon will be at your door load
ed with everything good to eat,
Chickens, old and young.
Everthing that can be found
Lon 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 you don't believe
us try the man today, and if the
goods suit you tell others, if not
tell us. And if you don't see what
you want on the wagon, 'phone
146. We have it.
(jreatest Restaurant Yuu
EMPIRE ART SILVER
Metal, heavily Silver
plated, and is fully guar
We have a large line,
embodying Cotnb and
Brush and Mirror Sets,
Shaving Sets, Manicuce
Sets, etc. The prices are v.ry low^0nsidering
the class of merchandise.
To Baltimore via Chesapeake Steamship Line
NEW BAY "LINE "COLUMBIA" and "AUGUSTA." Dini.igrooms on
Saloon Decks. Elegant Table D'Hote Dinner 75 cents; Cldb Breakfast,
25 to 60 cents. Polite attention and the very best service in every way.
We solicit criticism of our service. Leave Norfolk,-foot~of Jacksonstr,
daily except Sunday 6.15 p. m.; arrive Baltimore 7 a. no., connecting with
rail lines for Phila.. N. Y., and all points East and West. For all informa
tion and reservations address
C. I. Chandler, G. A.; F. R. McMillln.T. P A.. Norfolk. Va.
Is the Time
Pictures Framed. 1
Don't wait 'til Xmas eve.
WM. B. HARDING
Dress and School
Metal and Patent
cloth top. Give us a trial.
Knight Shoe Co.
The Only Exclusive Shoe Store
In the City.
I licks' CAPUDIXE Cures Sick He??d
Also Nervous Hcaflarr.r, Travelers'
Headache and aches from "CrTp,
Stemaco Troubles or Femai trou
bles. Try Capudiue ? \i'r liquid ?
effects JmunHHiU-ly. Sold b? drug
"We Have It"
Anything good to eat
you want for
Walter Credle &
. i ? Co. z
Your Christmas Dinner
Will 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, ?nd will be_gjad to secure "yon one if you will
Be liberal and give us your account for one month,
A guarantee to please you is all we can offer.
~ ? JOS. F. TAYLOE,
The quality grocf.r.
'Phones 123 and 124 Three Deliveries
I ^-HELP IS OFFERED
WORTHY YOUNG MEN' AND WOMEN. S'o matter ROW limited ?uui
means of education, the GREAT AMERICAN SHORTHAND AND BUSI
NESS COI.LEGK,, Durham. N. C-. is ready and willing tohelp\ou secure
a high-prrrtic Barrings Education? The ONLY Business College in the Caro
linas presided over by an Incorporated Accountant and Audtfrerts? ~A suf i
-cient guarantee oi its superiority. Enter now on easy payment plan.
DEPARTMENTS; BooCTteepTngT Shorthand. Typewritrnjr. I eleKraphy.
Penmanship. Civil Service, English Branches, etc. Expert Faculty Rail
road Fare Paid ? Positions Guaranteed. .
Only 18 IVIose Days Before ChristmasI
Why wait until the fast moment? ~
Every 10c. Cash Purchase Means Another Vote on the Doll. Toy Department 2nd.
Floor. \ ~
Come Before Assortments Are Broken. ,
FOR THE MEN FOLK
Ties, Handkerchiefs, etg^
Fancy Ribbons \ Kid Gloves
line ever shown in
lftc. to $2.50 yard
Table, Bureau, |
12 l-2c. to $5.98
HANDKERCHIEFS ' _
Every known kind of Handkerchief (or men, wom
en or children,
it, 5c, 10c", 12 1 2c up to $5.98 each.
FOR WOMEN FOLK
Gloves, Umbrellas, -
Desks, Box Paper, etc.
Th? Daittv Hand-Paint
29c. to JS.98 each.
T On Friday nighr gcxrtlie-t-= . ,^nv, -j
will give two exquisite ar- Boailfiflll
stock* of1 a'.'g?1 Smother' & Hand-Painted
Co. and nriw on dianlav in "
olding Lucky Cou