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The News and Observer
SUNDAY November 23. 1902.
Trains Leave RaLe'gh Daily
Going North. Going South.
1:35 a. in. 4:12 a. m.
11:05 a. m. 3:55 p. m.
11:35 a. m. 7:27 p. m.
Going East. Going West.
5:25 a. m. 12:50 a. m.
10:30 a. m. a. m.
4:10 p. m. 4:02 p. m.
RALEIGH & CAPE FEAR.
7:00 a. m. 4:00 p. m.
I ROSENTHALr—Extra Values.
THE CASPER CO.—Good Whiskey.
A. B. STRONACH CO.—Everything Now.
J. K. MARSHALL—Oak City Steam Laun
S. D. BERWANGER—Thanksgiving
F. M. PUREFOY—Auction Sale of Town
DARNELL & THOMAS-Showinger
SHERWOOD IIIGGS & CO.—Midwinter
BOYLAN, PEARCE & CO.—Everything in
A. C. Zollicoffer—Sale of Valuable Knit
ting Mill Property.
THE WEATHER TO-DAY.
Local forecast for Raleigh and vicinity
to 8 p. m.: Showers early Sunday, fol
lowed probably by clearing; colder.
Local data for Raleigh yesterdayr
Maximum temperature, 66; minimum
temperature, 4S; mean temperature, 57,
rainfall, -02 inch.
IN AND ABOUT THE CITY.
Prof. J. R. Baggett, of Buie's Creek,
who was in the city yesterday, says that
the new academy there is being erected
The Occoneechee and Osceola Tribes
of Red Men are to have a joint session
on Monday night and meet in the lodge
room at 7:30 sharp.
There promises to be a great attend
ance here next week at the debate on
Thursday night between A. and M. Col
lege and Richmond College.
The Building Committee of the A. and
M. College yesterday looked over the
work on the new buildinfs there and
found work progressing satisfactorily.
Mr. Henry Blount, of Wilson, gifted
and noted as a lecturer, was here yes
terday on his way to Greensboro, when*
he delivers one of his splendid lectures.
i— • -*«>#
The A. and M. football team returned
yesterday from Greensboro. Though de
feated by Davidson, they are in good
spirits and predict a victory in the con
test with Richmond College.
Dr. M. M. Marshall, rector of Christ
church, will preach for Dr. I. McK. Pit
tenger at the morning service in the
Church of the Good Shepherd. Dr. Pit
tenger was unexpectedly called out of
Mr. F. M. Davis, postoffice inspector,
who for the past week has been confined
to his room at the Melrose with malarial
fever, was somewhat improved yester
day. His friends hope for an early re
A negro boy and a man, both on bicy
cles, collided yesterday afternoon corner
Fayetteville and Hargette streets. The
boy was thrown about fifteen feet and
was somewhat bruised up. The man
simply kept riding on after the accident.
Raleigh is selling goods in the North-
Yesterday the Zachary Mantle Company
sent two fine mantels into New York
State. A gentleman there saw a cata
logue, liked the Raleigh goods, ordered
them and off they went.
Commissioner of Agriculture Patter
son, Dr. B. W. Kilgore, Dr. Tait Butler
and Prof. W. F. Massey, who have been
conducting farmers’ institutes in the
east, returned yesterday. The institutes
were held at Tarboro, Wilson. Mt. Olive
and Smitbfield, and the attendance at all
of these was excellent.
Mr. John B. Culpeper, manager for
Virginia and North Carolina for the
Remington Typewriter Co., was in the
city yesterday. Mr. Culpeper Is wear
ing a handsome gold badge, which was
presented to him at the recent conven
ttion of Remington Typewriter Man
agers for his twenty years’ service in
the employ of the company. He is one
of the oldest typewriter men in the Uni
ted States. He is also special corres
pondent for Virginia Division Travelers’
Protective Association of America.
Col. Benehan Cameron is in the city
Mr. Samuel Watts, of Auburn was in
the city yesterday.
Mr. 4as. H. Pou returned from Smith
field yesterday morning.*
Mr. A. Dugbi left yesterday morning
for Burlington on business.
Hon. Lee S. Overman, of Salisbury,
arrived in the city yesterday.
Dr. Charles Baskerville, of the State
University, was here yesterday.
Mr. J. G. Roney, of Wilson, was here
yesterday on his way to Durham.
Mr. Bryant Smith was out on the
streets yesterday after his recent acci
Mr. Edgar A. Womble left yesterday
to spend Sunday with friends in Newport
Mr. S. Brown Shepherd returned yester
day evening from a business trip to
Commissioner of Agriculture S. L.
Patterson left yesterday for his home in
Prof. M. C. S. Noble, of the State
University, was a visitor to the city
Mr. J. A. Sanders returned yesterday
from a business trip to the eastern part
of the State.
Mr. Josephus Daniels has returned
from Monrot 1 , where he went to attend
the Westerti North Carolina Methodist
At the Churches Today.
EDENTON STREET METHODIST
CHURCH.—Rev. G. F. Smith, pastor.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m., Joseph G. Brown
superintendent. Preaching 11 a. m. and
7:20 p. m.
FIRST BAFTI3T CHURCH.—Sunday
School at 9:10 a. m., T. H. Briggs, super
intendent. Morning services at 11 a. m.,
evening services at 7:30 p. m. Rev. .7. W.
Lynch, D. D., will preach at both ser
vices. On account of sickness in the
neighborhood no bell will be rung.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Rev. G. B.
Strickland, D. D.. of Richmond, Va., will
preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m- Sun
day school 9:30 a. m. Westminster
League 7 p. m. Seats are all free. Ush
ers are In attendance. A cordial invi
tation is given the public to attend all
CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD.
—Rev I. McK. Pittenger, D. I)., rector.
The Sunday next before Advent. Holy
communion at 8 a. m. Sunday school at
9:45 a. m. Service and sermon at 11 a.
m. Service and sermon at 7:30 p. m.
Dr. M. M. Marshall will preach at the
HILLSBORO STREET CHRISTIAN
CHURCH. —Preaching at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m., by the pastor. Rev. M. W. But
ler. Morning subject: “A Great Decis
ion." Evening subject: "A Great Deliv
erance." Sunday school 9:45 a. m., Jno.
A. Mills, superintendent. The public
cordially invited to all these services.
CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH.—
Rev. G. T. Adams, pastor. Sunday school
9:30 a. m.. J. D. Riggan, superintendent.
At 11 a. m. the pastor will preach on:
‘‘The Holy Spirit Working in and
Throughh Believers." Subject of sermon
at night: "The Urgent Appeal of Gorl to
the Unsaved.” The public cordially in
The Day Nursery.
The Day Nurs?ry began its work yes
terday, and the ladies in charge are
gratified at the record of the day.
Three little ones were placed in charge
of the trained nurse, and these were
carefully looked after. The Day Nursery
will he the means of aiding many moth
ers who are not able to look after their
children during the day.
If a rooster were as big as his crow a
whole family cculd dine on one for two
BACOHEAOS *ouia t>.
curioaity if Danfiruff, Inching
Scalp and Falling Hair were
promptly arrested and cured by
Results are absolutely certain..
Price returned if satisfying
results are not produced. Only
the genuine is sure. Imitations
and substitutes are worthless-*
Coke Shampoo and
Has no equal for the complex
ion. Results are quick and
A. R. BREMER CO.. CHICAGO.
L .. ,
For sale by W. H. KING DRUG CO.
I Disagreeable Feeling, I
| Sour Stomach, Etc. •
| Cured Immediately
I CAPUDINE. |
# Sold at all Drugstores. ©
That Will Attract.
Ladies Fur Collars, $2 and up.
Black Dress Goods, 25c to $1.25.
54-inch heavy cloth for Skirts and Suits
50c, worth 75c.
Pretty Evening Shades All Wool
36-inch Venetians 50c.
French Flannel 50c.
Black Mercerized Underskirts at SI.OO
Ladies and Children’s Underwear
At All Prices.
Ladies’ Kid Gloves 98c, value $1.25.
Knit Shawls SI.OO to $1.50.
We carry the most attractive line of
Millinery and at popular prices in the
Prices in the City.
Full lines of Knittting Wools, Embroid
ery and Crochet Silks, Zephyrs, Batten
burg Pattern and Braids and etc. Or
ders from a distance solicited and
The long-headed man’s (bioE coj
For Croup use CHENEY’S
THE NEWS AND OBSEKVER. SUNUAV MORNING. NOV. 23. 1902.
MIDWINTER OPENING IN THE COAT
AND SUIT DEPARTMENT.
READY MONDAY MORNING.
New styles in Coats'and Coat Suits. The
newest Horse Show Styles Silk and Cloth
Monte Carlos, New Persian Lamb Coats with
Bayadere bands. Silk and Wool Waists,
Dress and Walking Skirts. Large shipments
just received for display. They will go on
Handsome all-wool Eton Norfolk effects
and Blouse Styles in the most fashion
able cloths. Silk Lined Jackets, Skirts
—full flare and stitched—s 10.00,
$12.50, 15 00 and $17.50
Skirts —Special .. $1.75
Milton Walking Skirts with slot seams
and tailorstitching ..$3.50 and $5.00
Imported Broadcloth, All-Wool Venetian
and Service Cheviots, cut full flare and
trimmed with Taffeta Bands—popular
colors and black. -|53.50, 5.00 and
Handsome Silk Waists with tucks, cords
and pleats. Plenty of the Peau De Soi
and Silk Taffhtas—every popular shade
$3.50. $4.00, $5.00 and .. ..$6.00
Ladies French Flannel Waists with Em
broidered and Tailor Stitched Fronts —
$1.25, $1.50, $2 03. |s3 00, $3.75
Eiderdown Sacques, plain and ripple, and
Flannelette Wrappers made with fitted
linings, extra wide flounce skirts, ruf
fles on shoulders and braid trimmed —
SI.OO, $1.25, $1.50 $2 00 up.
New Dress Goods.
Dress Plaids, Granite Cloths, Novelty
Weaves in rough snow flake effects for
travelling suits. Broadcloths, Vene
tians, Meltons, Serges and Heavy Skirt
Printed Flannelette of short nap and
velvety finish like unto Panne Velvets
from which it takes its name. Fine
for house wrappers and gowns. Special
Right now begin to select your Sofa
Pillow Tops and take the pick of hun
dreds of pretty designs.
Pillow Tops in beautiful floral designs
on fine satteen 19c.
Therwood Thiggs & Go.
Copjrt&M v 10OJ By B Ok
The J. D. Riggan Co.,
Special for particular people.
Special games. , ;
Special toilet sets.
Special half price, and it will do you
Special good to visit.
The J. 1). Riggan- Co’s Plate.
Stamped Linen and Painted Pillow Tops
and Bottoms, with ruffles to match 25c.
Fine Tapestry Pillow Tops in Mosaic pat
terns 35, 75 and S ac.
Stamped Satin Pillow Covers, complete,
ready for use 35c.
CiUson's Pillow Cover's In fine h.urnt
leather effects made up.. 50 and $1.25
Satin Damask Pillow Tops, complete, and
Silk and Satin Pillow Tops, partly
made • ....50, 85c., and
Pillow Cords, per yard 10 and 15c.
New Battenberg Braids and patterns.
Silk Down Pillows.
Silk Down Pillows, 18 to 25 inch
squares 25, 35, 45, 55, and Gse.
Real Down Pillows, sizes 18 to 24 inch
—75 c., SI.OO, $1.25 and .. ..$1.50
Cake Plates, Salad Bowls, Celery Trays,
Olive and Pickle Dishes, Teas, Cream
These, in full assortment. Various widths
cut in any lengths at prices sharply
G 4 inch Black Union Damask, regular
50e values 40c.
G 8 inch Silver Bleached and Cream
Damask, 7oe values 60c.
70 inch German Linen Table Damask.
SI.OO values, 85c.
72 inch Real Irish, all Linen Damask,
$1.25 values $1.90
Napkins and Doilies.
5-8 Lawn Napkins. .SI.OO and $1.25
3 4 Lawn Napkins. 4$ 1.50 and $2 00
7-8 Lawn Napkins.. $2.50 and $3.00
12. 14 and 16 inch Fringed Lawn Doilies
35. 50. 75c.. and SH OO
Turkey Red Table Damasks in regular
widths —red and white, red and green—
-25, 35 and 50c.
North Carolina Wool Bed Blankets from
our own mountain grown fleece. These
are under price specials.
10-4 and 11-4 White Wool Blankets
with fancy borders.. $3.20 and $4.00
12-4 White Wool Blankets in two qual
ities with blue, pink and scarlet bor
ders $3.40 and $4.00
Hundreds of Comfortables and dozens of
styles at all prices from J$ 1.50 to $lO
Our Fall and
The best and most up-to
date line we have ever had.
Men’s and youths’ suits, latest
style and patterns.
A full line of Overcoats for
Men, Youth and Children in
dll styles and colors.
The best selected line of
Boys’ and Children’s Suits at
lowest prices. Full line of
Gents’ Famishing Goods,
We invite you to call and
examine our stock before you
213 Fayetteville St.
Celebrate it in a new Winter outfit. Hot turkey, of course, makes a fine interior decoration, hut during the cold
Winter days to come you'll need something warm outside. ...Perhaps you arc not equipped for your an..j,mng umg
or Inning. Jf not, you can save time, money and never strain by coming directly ere to: y°ui 0,1 1 •
THANKFUL OVERCOATS in every latest style and cut, handsome garments, every one of them, ?6 to $-o.
BLESSING IN SUITS, New Fall and Winter Styles—all new and just right in every way, So to $-o.
OTHER BLESSINGS in Haberdashery and Hats. Every new thing the good dresser wants is here.
A SPECIAL—First of The Season.
Let us fit you out for the Thanksgiving Feast and you will be heartily thankful that you bought here.
For Thanksgiving week we have selected 100 suits where we had not over two of a kind that are marked $12.00 and
$13.50 and sls, the original price mark is on every one of them, until noon on Thanksgiving Day you have choice for
and we know you'll be thankful for one of them at that price. .
S. & D. BERWANGER,
One Price Clothiers.
No Old Stock. Everything New.
A. B. Stronach Co.
Ladies’ Box Coats, black and colors, $ 8.00 to $13.50
Ladies’ Monte Carlos, blk and colors, 8.00 to 16.50
Ladies’ Princess Blouse, blk and colors, 12.50 to 21.50
Ladies’ Jackets black and colors, 4.00 to 15.00
Misses’ Jackets . • . 3.75 to 6.00
Children’s Jackets, • , 3.00 to 12.50
Ladies’ Blouse Suits, • * 8.00 to 15.00
Ladies’ Blouse Suits, • • 17.50 to 50.00
Our Special Suit. $16.50, worth $21.50
And a saving of 10 to 20 per cent on your
Coat Suit, Wrap or Furs.
The newest in Fur Scarfs, Capes, Stoles*
A. B. STRONACH CO.
Fayetteville to Wilmington Sts.
Everylhing in Readiness
The whole United States is busy wit h preparations for the nation’s coming
great Holiday— Thanksgiving—and we are helping the good work by providing the
needy things at prices that will prove n o barrier to the most economical. In the
matter of dress, home furnishings and e s pecially table decorations, we give you
the widest and best choice without piling on exorbitant profits. Special now
ready for Monday’s selling.
Ladies’ Eiderdown Dressing Sacques, 75c.,' sl, $1.56
(Colors are Cardinal, B1 ue, Pink and Gray.)
Ladies’ Wool Knit Underskirts, 75c., sl, $1.25, $1.50
(Black and Colors.)
Ladies’ Black Mercerized Petticoats, 98c., $1.25, $1,50
Ladies’ Mercerized Shirtwaists, SI.OO, $1.50, $2.00
* (White and Colors —Special Value.)
Ladies’ Kid Gloves, Black and Colors, 59C.» si*oo
Wool Blankets, White, Red, Gray and Colors, 50c to
Ladies’ Neckwear==4n Entire Few Line for Monday
This week has brought us many of the latest designs in Ladies’ and Misses’
Wraps. The stock is now complete and awaits your inspection.
BOYLAN, PEARCE & CO.
J. H. KING, President. F. J. HOLDER. Vice-President.
RALEICH, N. C.
A personal investigation will convince any one that KING’S is absolutely the best
equipped ami the most successful college of BUXINES'*. SHORTHAND, TYFEW Rll INC»,
PENMANSHIP and ENGLISH in North Carolina, regardless of any claim any competitor
may make. We qualify and place more students into positions than any other school In
this State. Strong financial hacking. Reference, any leading business concern in Raleigh
College Journal and Special Offer free. No vacation. Enter any time.
1 Oak City Steam Laundry.
Remember the name, and also remember we guarantee 1
I our work to be first-class in every respect.
It you are not already a customer ot ours, try us once J
I ana we will keep you.
Tell us when you want your Laundry and it will be at I
§ your home at that time.
J. K. MARSHALL, Proprietor.
INTERSTATE 87. BELL 1331. RALEICH 87.