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Another -large batch of
i? now being baked at the
Dixie Bakery, i he 2?ce m
price is tefiing, for this high
quality of cake. T his is the
third lai^e batch and two
more to be baked .
W* J. Rhodes.
You can have a Telephone
put in your house in the city
or at your -farm at a very sur
passingly low cost. anJ save
many a lonjT drive ami per
haps a life by being indirect"
and instantaneous touch with
your Doctor. Grocer, Mer
flinniini.l ?r,.V >?,
Weather reports end mar
ket quotations can be secured
Interested parties arc re
lestcd to communicate with
rW; Beli, M'g'i
CAROLINA TEL. AND
This propofiitlon will inter
est you. and it would be wel!
to investigate before the ap
proach of the cold Winter
month*. ? ?
Latest* and mi'si c\(|ti?aUe line of
holiday ltux anil Xutc l*t?per now
on displaj-. Alio a Klorl lino <;f
Tftllll Hu>, ('tHubn'Minl -Iti luSiy ??.
Tome anil lake a Took.
HHKKIFF'K r.MX FOR TAXKH.
The State* iax?s muHt be Bottled hi
. fall t'X. .lift Ju January. -The
?u hooi ranchers *111 bp "comTiij; Sii
daily; the people want thelr~cnildren
educated and ihe teachers must 'be
paid. The current expense.) or the
?jjjinty must also be paid. Now it
talus m6h^y IU |mj thcae MHf MMl it J
has to be raised by 'taxation. Your
taxes haye been duo since September
1st. and I will thank all, who have
. . sot paid, to come forward and settle
at. once. Your taxeB ? are due and
" there Is no better time to pay than
when you have money.
GEO. K. RICKS.
fih? 'ff, P? l'-irt r , J
I will sell privately to pmnw1 up
* iattk >ni' ' f-twr"ii1rr nan,.
nndon that day I will offer forsale
the remains, consisting of com, fod
def, hay,_?*ftt8, and all farmiirg Ifflpll
monts, and also a small portion ^
household and kltchln fudnlturo.
R. D. WALL.
December 4. 1900. " ?
Are you getting the worth of your money in]
Fire Insurance. < ? -
IX BUYIN'R the uacessitiue of II fe as well a? Its luxuries, the wiavj
the necessities. Ask ? - ?
WM. BRAGAW & CO.,
iFirst Insurance Agents in Washington, N. C.
Furn Jfure~Freseri is
Mpke the Best Gift &
l'.eeause they are l?ee:?i:*e tlvc.v_are iiruauiciiLll< hecMtae they arc
lVrhnps you are finding it hard to drritle 1?-t v.li.^rf" ciic? sf -so.
-ww'4-v?m ins! tnkc t[im' to?<hop Into" the Southern Furniture t'om*
t hundreds of jjilt KU^efiUoiiK nt~Tm*t?.j?nr.>en,_ I hem
M 1 V I'S. -
Choiee pieces of furniture fur every. friend <?r relation, for old and
foniiK. -for father, for mother, stately -brother,, aunt, and untie and
sweetheart: I^et the Southern Furniture. Company** at ore sitlve your
fhriatniaa tfift question.
uoinh all) .
SOUTHERN FORNITI'RF. CO.
Are You Carrying Enough Insurance?
I . Mr.- Merchant and Mr. Property Owner?
You had better attend to this at once.
Fires arc numerous during the holidays.
Protection is cheap.
C. D. PARKER,
General Insurance? Four Years' Experience.
I Haveps-Stcall -Bjiildiog. . _ "Phone 85.
| TOWN dt
|i _ ^ TALK
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Cutler left yes
terday afternoon for Noi Beru where
? they will visit for some time,
j Mr. Baxter iiunimju wEo~has been
jin the city for some days on bup'aess
'left yesterday for Wilmington.
Mrs. C. H. Taylor. *who ha? been,
visiting In the city for a month , left
yesterday aftornoon fo.r her home in
Miss Maude M?-Clees went to New
yoatftrHnv afternoon and will not
return until after the Christmas hcl
I Mr. Carl Armstrong and sitter.
r\ttaM-KUu?l_raturnpfi -their home III
New Bern yesterday aftpr a short
visit in the city.
?Mrs. W. LrHasheii. accompaTfi^a by
I her son, William, returned lo her
; hoijie in Beaufort yesterday after a
I ten days' visit to friends in the city.
\ Prof: G. B. Howard left yesterday
for New Bern and will return after
Mrs. Frank and Murray Short ar
rived in the city" yesterday.,. Irani, Ef
mira, N. -Y., to visit Mrs. R. T. Mosr
1 on East Main street.
Mrs. Nat'Fulfqrd went to Clreeii
ville yesterday to visit over Sunday.
Mrs. Frank E. I.ongwell, of Van
wert. t^hlo^arriyed last hlglit to' visit
Tier parents, Mr." nnd Mrs. W. M.
Kear, on East Main street f<rr several
Mr. C. F. Uland rerurntrd this
morning after a busings trip to
FOB VBVBRlSj'XrjSS ami AC1JIXG
Whether trom .Virions cond Jtlonn
Colds cr orerheaMrg. try nici:*' ctp*.
j utline. ? iLfgAv^8 t?ie fever and re
Nievea th* aching. it's 1'quld? 3 0.
I 2p and s 0. ?r*uttLAl_dru ? stores.
Mr. R. J. MajtaiAg left ikU Morn
| iug foe Roper anil Plymouth,.
j Or. H. .ML Carter has reiurSSed
| from Ndrfoflnrtrere he attends! nt?
Seabqard Medical A?sovi*tiou.
? --AjLn. Fanny Uutitau returned tills
morning from Beaufort wBere*
has been risking for several day*.
Itl ItiAI. 1ATTS FOB KAI.K.
To the Cttfoenw of Washington; ? . ?
I have <1 wlded to give the public
:i)e ^eneflt oT mv offer made the cltjr
1st Monday night whlcTi Was~1?oT it
Provided 1 can sell 50 lot* 20 feet
'tquare by January I. 19.10, at $10
nn<-h. I will open a plat for that pur
pose immediately thereafter, adjoin
"n f; the present cemetery on good
aitiH I, AM). You nr.) retlllMtPl! to
tome out and look over this land
H. N. BLOl'NT.
iJHcombrr 9. 1 "* '
~~ The ~ most healthful, up-building
medicine knovtn to science; gently
-Toothes- the liver and nerves, makes
JiKestlon easy, brings to all the sweet
Flee p. of youth* llollfyter's ltocky
Mountain Tea. thirty years eht .best..
Ilardy's Drug Store.
Egg* T* C
Chickens, grown i<> :i0c
Spring chickens io to -5c
Green salted hides 77. &c
O. h. hides .' Se
Green hlcjes 7 c
Mixed wool .18 to :"Jc
Tallow . . . 3 V
WOol. tree from \bnrrs . ... . ..... !"<?
sjheerlii'ga .5 to
lambskin Ji5 ?o ire
Seed cotton . 0 0 to ."> . T %
Uiit cotton 14 3-t
Jlicks' C.U'l I>l-\i: One* ftft-S He:uF
I".'. 150 Jf ervunn ? . 1 ravel ore
j Headrscho and aches from Grip
| Storaacn Trbubles or" Fema? ,trou
I 5:i^p. Try" Capiiiiinc? ICt .?u;uld ?
: e.Tects 1:r.n.c iuiteiy. Sold l?v ili ug
j !: t i i leudil. p plays . f.
'I wl.et> you h:n*? b? 'i
?jChrl: isn.is pre 1
home ;i. -?*.?? i>?j_ lick '!?"? j?tu/iiu y^;: v. ill
find youn b?\u mnCe a mistake it yon*
Trionv"! Ifadn't rntlier.have a nice pho
lograph of yourself than anything
clSe"you could imagine then 1 vccnH
think he 1* not worthy to he caliei
I your lfic-n<I: lTaker'H Studio.
? \VK SEItVK XOTICK To ALL <?
"!'" wmii ? tm?' ? ph... ..rr .- ^
? ??f I hem. sol us fin* Chrfstin.is $
<> l?it>?cnt? itify |IMIst nunc by. 4
? tKreint^r 13th. Our t*ute ?
?> has Rrittxh u?unforfu2' , nml $
? # n* wr rannoi jtvi uny ?
? help Just for tt few ?hiJ-?.T\cr-^i
> arc rolling jour rttonlh-n (y <?
O the above. ^
MA K Firs STI'IXO. 4
NORFOLK & SOUTHERN
HARRY K. \VOUX)T and II. M. KERI*. lCmvlwra.
DIRECT THROIGH Tit \ IN SERVICE RET WEEN Al.l, POlKl'S
GASTKIIX XOltTil U.iltOLIN.%. A>'1) VIA XOtlFOl/K TO AM. I
K AST Ell if CITIES. SCHKIRKK IN EFFEl 1 SKIT. 1ST.
^ r~ ???'?: as ? : ? : 1
1 TRAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON
~ " ' 7 7' EXPT!L9$: ? ~v * ? " |
4 A 41., dally, except Sunday, for Mackeya Ferry. Edeuton. El!za- i
be til CUy. Norfolk, ionr.ectfag wl'li nil lines North, East and West. I
? Arrives Norfolk'*. 23 1?. 41., conueiting :t Mack -ys Ferry for Belhave.n_'
1.00 P. 11. ly except Sunday," for Markcyg Ferry and JnlenuedJattf j
stations. * _
7.15 A- 41 d. ly for Greenville; Fannriile, Wilson, Raleigh and Inter- I
mediate ?'? tiens \rrive Raleigh 11.27 A- M. Connects at Wilson
and Greenville with X. C. I- R. R. jr ,
5.25 P. SI. daily, except S?inday, f.or .GsW^Tirille, FiimvU'e, W.fiTon, Ral
olgh and intermediaie h melons. Arrive Raleigh 9.37 P. M. Cotincclt.
?t Farm vf lie xvit'.. Ka?t Carolina R. R. for all points North and South. 1
5.-73" A- j M. dan j exi-rjii Si-nday for New Bern.
5.15 P. 41. daily ex?!ot:t Sunday for ew Beriu^MoreliA\d City, l3P!nitort-;
and intermediate point*. Connects at New Bern at T.20 P. 41. (daily)
for Orlpinnl and irii'^'^'^Jlate stations. Connects at New Bern at p. 45
P M. daily for aud Goldsboro. 1 ~ T
P. V. d uly e?. < p. mday for Pinetown, "n^ihavr-n and -Im-ei mediate
For further particular*. consult Norfolk ?.- Southern Railway folder, or
apply to T. H. Myers", Ticket Agent.
H. V. HUDGIN'S, G. I?. A. W. W. CROXTOX. A. G. P. A.
E. T. I, AMI!. GEN'. MGR.. NORFOLK, VA.
XMAS FRUITS and- CONFECTIONS
WHOLES AI ? and RETAIL
? Nmv's+he twit to purchase them. Don't wait until ?
justj before the holidays. Lafgc supply of Currouts, j
IMISIIIK CUloil, <7:Lttpe9, Oranges, Apples. Bananas and ,
Nuts, al! varieties, just received. All fresh and sound.'
PAMLICO GROCERY COMPANY
JUST ARRIVED _ . j|
?New Line of . ? -?-?
Ladies ' and Chitdren*sSweaters
in red, white and gray. j
[We are Sole Agents in Washington for Paris Patterns.
! ea**y?rty v ? I ? -- ~.~v~
COri.l* YOI TTIIXK OF A j \
For jronr family than to
Think how It would help them
all? no mnlchPH, no Intnp*. no
bother, t'nll ,us up. Kstliuuter
I THE GAIETY
? Program Changed Daily
X M 1 1 !.l( >\ \ I Id'". (X)WHOI' ? If
# y?M hkv ?> jm Cnrf. ul Hf?? i.i^i
J bruttn, l?ow? ii is. liarehiM-k rlil
? iin4. bnuiiltn hnrMiiir ?nl lift T
? "II 'In* t'jnlc l?. ranrli. ?
% ATJ'HOXHO. tKK !?KAI? SHOT
| * ?A k?mm1 r?uno?ly.
* i'HS: r.lU?K| \ VlOlil/i ? The
|?nll?ciic Mdiy l?f ?>ni'I ruiNit
0 M)\KLK(i?;Ki> I'l-.Tj: \\|? r.VF
1 Aii"tlier ui>(m| miner!).
2- ? ? - - ? ? ?
I Follow fhe
; Merry Crowd
Home Building & Loan Association
WASHINGTON, N. C.
-Capital Stock Paid in Since 1902, Over $30,090
OFFICERS: Frank C. Kugler, President: W. E. Swin
dell, 1st Vice-President; Frank H. Bryan, 2nd Vice
President; Jno. B. Sparrow, Secretary.
We take thje liberty of railing y cv.jr attention to several ways in
i which -the HOMK Bl IM>IN<; & LOAN' ASSOCIATION may be of bene
| fit to you.
It Is well known that' n weekly investment of a portion of a person's
_Jnrome promotes economy, thrift nt'J punctuality.
If von wish to accumulate a fund for fmir?' use. whel her- -U?-gi7?-_a.
liberal education to on#? ot your children or for any .oihor purpose,
fhis Association ran aid you.
If you wish to own your own home aiM-t-'top paying r^nt. this As
sociation c(mv aid you In buildinr ft house, wlrch ran be dono for (
not much more than. If now being paid for rent.
If you wish to savetnoney to pay a mortgage on your home, IJjJjs
Association can aid you.
-r If, yap, wish to borrow money, your Building SToari Stock 1s good
rrrttaterai-security for nil tb?t ha?l*tou paid iiu.ll. .,.*91.
-By- action of Mho .Legislature tbe Agsociation is ^cquire.l to pay all ?
You will be benefitted by bet omlng investor, or a borrower, or ,
Messrs. .Tesse Ross and- Charlie Fleming are the auflioiUed Solici
tors of the Association and will cheerfully go into oil the details and
explain to. you fully all the rules and methods oT" the Association.
HOKfe lllTf.niXC; & M>.\\ *SS<HTATION.
C. a. MORRIS & CO., BROKERS
WHOLESALE FRUI TS AND P INDUCE
1 Cnrr. Man! 1 T-ir 7Hfh Tpnturt I'lnnr. 1 Cjr Flake White Lard.
1 Car Kingans Reliable Meat, 1 Car New r"York State Apples,
Cabbage and Potatoes.
Let your orders come along.
THE UNION GROCERY XO'S. CAFE
AVCTPD C served in all styles by the Noted
U 1 0.1 C-iVO Chef? R1CARD BONNER.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
_ ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION? TRY US_
'PHONE 327T ~* "
Now Yours at the Jefferson Furniture Company?the Home and
? ? Office Outfitters.