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Ir It’s a Suit
If it’s an Over
coat you want—
If it’s Hats, Caps,
Shoes, or Gent’s
Cail and see
The One Price Clothier
I Every K'-publicjiii is iirg'(‘l to bo
, ])ri\sei)t at the jinniinl rmt'lint; of
! the stock liohic't's of the State Dis-
! pu'eh Dee. 8h. lv;erv s.ihsei'ihcr
'' '•!' s!oel
a stock hol'HM'
attend the lii'.st
For hofulache L’r. Milo-s' Anti-l’nin PlUs
8. F. II. No. 8.
Our good friend Sam Somers had
to buy some court plaster last week.
He tried to stand on his head and
got some/‘bide ’ knocked off. It is
a girl baby. May sh3 grow up to
be a better looking woman than her
W. A. Moore aivited us to a
corn shucking dinner one day last
i week, blit owing to a previous en
gagement we con id not avail our-
,selves of tlie pieasiire However,
^ Wiilter Erannoek stopped and ate
enough for us both. Mr. Moore is
thauki'iii that we did not both stop.
Miss Bertha Barker .spent Friday
Saturday and Sunday at liome, re
turning to Elon College Sunday
evening. VVe are always glad to
see Miss Bertha.
Rev. S. H. W'illiarusou, former
pastor at Stoney Creek, passed
through la.st Tuesday and stopped
for dintier witii T. B. Barker. He
lives at Carbantoo tsow
We had the pleasure of entertain
ing Misses Swannie Fatter&on, Mand
Gunter, Jennie Vaughn and Mr.
Browning at our house Thanksgiv
ing day. These are very pleasant
young flrtlks and our very good
iriend.s, but thny know how to eat,
iiev. Mr, Sample filled his ap-
I i)oiutment at Stouey Creek Sunday
' the 2;)th.
W. J. Barker and sister, of Elon
(\)lk’ge, J, H. 'j arpley and wife, of
(irahani, Ts. and Miss Zadie
Wathon, ot Burlington, were i)Ut at
The writer and l\Irs. Hay^s, ac-
eonipanietl by little Ha', spent Sat
urday night and Sunday at J. \V.
Somci's. \\"e enjoyed our vi^it very
Ui’i Paschalj who i.> in school at
Gi!H;iin’s, spent Thanksgivin!? Day
W. A, Pasciial ,“penf Sunday in
Rockiiigbani county visiting father,
C«[.'t. E j>. Paschal.
R. F. D. No. 7.
Alter a few montlis absence. No.
7 again makes his bow aiid requests
his pati'ons to hand in any items of
lU’WS that may be.iloaling around in
their vi(;iiiity. 11'any ofyour friends
visit von, tell voiir carrier their
w f ' »
I names, where they an' from and how
I l(,ng they expect to stay. If any-
; thing on^ (.)fthe tu'diuary lu!j>pensin
your neighborhood, tell hitn about
it. Reraember that your carrier has
no chance to find out these things
unless you tell him about them. If
you only nave cue item, hand it in,
and he c.an put it with the other
items handed him and perhaps
weave a new.sy, readable letter from
them all. Let every one do what
be or she can to assist in making JSo.
7 it:;nis tiie most uiteresting of ail
the K. F. D. letters. Hand in the
items on Monday, so the_y 'viil be
sure to get in the paper that week.
Mr. H. A. Garrett, city carrier of
Greensl)oro, and wife, visited his pa
rents Mr. and Mrs. Geo, VV. Gar
rett, and other friends for several
days, hunting and renewing old ac-
quaiutauces and i)aving a general
good time. We were glad to meet
him. They returned to Greensboro
the first of the week, iu time for
Mr. B. O. Guthrie and family of
Burlington, spent Thanksgiving day
at the home of Mr. 0. F Kauhut
on No. 7. “Ben’’ always knows
where the “go ..lies” are most plen
Mr. Luciau J. Brooks, wlio has
been living on Mr. W. H. Cook^s
farm, near Mr, Hauhuts, for the past
year, raoved. to BuriDgtoc last week.
Mr. Hilary E. Rauluii who is at
tending school at Elun College spent
Thauksgiving at home. His sister
Miss Minnie went back with him to
attend the debate that evening.
Dan C. Holt viited at Elon Col
lege last Tliursday and took in the
R. L. Isley of “Hilltop^^ has mov
ed his lamily to Bellemont, aiso R.
D. Webster and C. A. Rich recent
ly moved there.
J. B. Cole will soon move to his
farm near Graham. We are sorry
to loose John from No, 7, but wish
!iim good luck in his new home.
Yanoe Dwiggins and Co., the saw
mill men came near having a serious
*ire a few nights ago. A huge stack
of lumber caught from sparks from
the boiler, but by heroic work they
succeeded in putting out the fire al
ter about two thousand feet ot the
lumber had been destroyed. W’e
are glad it was no worse tkan it was.
STARR - GRAN]
Others as low as $160.00
Easy Tayiiaents r : •
BURLINGTON, N. C.
' VOL. I.
The difference between a cat and
a Woman, is that a cat gets its back
up; the woman gets the shovel up.
In Ladies’ Suits,
are for One Week only.
Courtship in Ireland,
An Irish boy marries when he
has a r’d house, and the Irish girl
just when she pleases, says Sentoa.s
MacManus in .Lip|)inoott^s. Some
times she so pleases while yet her
yeai’s are few; at other times she is
content to wait upon Wisdom. In
the latter case, of course, she makes
a wise choice; but in the former al
most always a lucky one—for luck
is the guardian angcI of the Irish.
“You're too yonng to marry yet.
li^oin our Reguli
this week, one
be first wa.s tl
ligniog of an
apau auI the
alh'ng it ail ^
me call it a
Ij^lite way of si^
Irience has ler
B fellows iu
;o tatters ire
as given notice
ranch of tiie g(
‘treaty'' will lu
|tnd it may be
||umed that it iu
during the iucu
peast, if he shal
Mary,’’ the .'notber said, when Mary
pleaded that sl^e ghouM grant Lau-I
reace O* Mahonj a particular boon.
^‘If you only have patience, moth
er, ril cure tneselt of that fault,''
was, Mary's reply. '
/‘And she's never been used toj
work, Laurence," the mother said!
to the suiter, discoc ragingly. i
“If you only have patience ma'
am," 'w;a6 Laurence’s reply to this,^
^‘I'il cure her of this lault.” Japa
2. They acce
ith the policy
3, They rec
f rneum and l i;
n.sists of five
in plain languaj
[Ides may be st
5 1. It is the
he did too.
This is the opportunity of the year for prudent people to refurnish their homes
with the utmost economy possible. We have anticipated your needs. The things
that are necessary to make the home comfortable during the long winter months
to come are all here in stock, and every article is the best of its kind.
Isley Quality has set a O..... lPi«i»niclninO'« which no other store in North Carolina has found it possible to
pace in the selling of *»vlloC JL UFilloiililgo Qm- daiins rest upon a basis of past achievements in the distribution
of high-grade home-embellishments, which are too well knov/n to dwell upon here. We have only to say that our preparations for
this feature of the Harvest Sale have been made on a scale which assures the continuation of our leadership in the retailing of fine
Artistic Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Art Squares and Floor Coverings, Curtains, Draperies, Upholsteries and Mattresses.
On this page you will find special values in each of these lines. In every case the price is LOWER than our regular moderate figures for House Furnishings of thoroughly desirjBible quality.
We invite comparison of our offerings with those of any other reliable store in the State.. Read on and harvest your share of these substantial savings.
$17.50 Oak Suits, Harvest Sale
Oak I)resse:'s |5,00; 7.50: 10.00;
Iron Beds §2.50; 3 60; 4.50 up to
Steel Wire Bed Springs
118.00 Side Boards
30.00 “ »
Couches 110.00 to
Extension Tables |6.00 to
Chairs 45c lO 75c.
Dining Chairs 75c. to
Willow Rockers, large stock |3.00 to
Oak Hookers $1.00 to
Children's Rockers 50e. to
Children's Chairs 50c. tu 75c.
Safes $2.50 to
Children's Little Wagon.s, iron
Vi'heel and bed $1.00 to
Smyrna Rugs ^1.60 to 3.00
$6.00 Granite Art Squares 4.25
fl 8,00 Brussels “ “ 9x12 feet 12.50
$35.00 Axminster Art Squares 9x12 ft 19.00
20c. Carpet, 1 yard wide
Rugs, Art Squares:
^3.00 Velvet Rugs, Harvest Sale
6.00 “ “ 36x72 “ “
3.50 Axminster Rugs, “ “
6.50 “ 36x72 “
25c. “ 1 “
50c. “ 1 “
75c. Brussels Carpet
12^c, to 35c.
Ladies Shirt Waists
Ladies' Waists, embroidered front,
pink and light blue t2.50
Silk Waists $3.00 t/i $7.00
Well, ladies, when you want the style,
here you will find it at moderate prices.
Come here for hieadwear, ladies, misses iand
FOR ALL /
Men, Women, Chil
dren. We will shoe you right
and at prices to pieiise alL Onr stock is
very large and we ar« making prices for this
special Harvest Sale.
DEPARTMENT STORE JOS. A. ISLEY & BRO. CO. buru-ngton. n. c
island of th
%«R«e L,erritory ai
at county for
5. If iiecc.s~:-
It, has l)een
'resident. dil n
irose, or any ot
'House or the 8
^'%ajTying a k n i f(
Civil Servi(;e R
llsncd the order
Ik* fear or favo
if Congress, o
Inatched this ji
liands of Congr
oes not affect t
:^ixisters east of (
iioi’th of the
ovemont i.s .'io
af it is hot lik
inly not by tl
., Ij' cut down the
is, but it wil
:)rove the qualit
I vice as well as
[It is expected (I
I the reform will
Iretary of the X;
Beilis method tor
|^y=teni which n
|K>nsible for tii
ssigning of vva
ts alleged by
!s&els of very
le way in wh
l>ecting to pr
li" admiralty, is
‘irhich the Adni
Chief of the Bu
[^luid the Preside
ijPoilege shall ht
i^hig board will
^ the Secreti
^poiot a boarc
critics of the
i^youQg aud pro
^ the Tine. It