North Carolina Newspapers

    MODEL SAiTO^SHfS
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Some exfra values in High *
- Grade Tailored Suits. ?
JUST RECEIVED
Filling in order of Ed
ison Records, including
new list for September.
Call at ourstoreand heir
the latest music and song
hits. No one thing wi.'l
givirso much pleasure to
so many people for so
long a time at so little
cost as a
PHONOGRAPH.
With our easy payment
plan they are in reach of
everybody.
RUSS BROS.
1 Hb IMC l I RE FRAMERS.
OEM
Theater
to-night
FIVE-PIECE ORCHESTRA
X.MAS KVi: AT SI XSHT? A true!
story 6l 1 > 7 ?* ; drama.
THI. H HT.ll\ POLE? Goo^ co til
ery ? -
THE RECTOR'S SACRIFICE? A
good drama.
THE jkVAY THEY FOOLED DAI>
? Farce, comedy.
GEM THEATER
Does Your House I.eak?
If so, we can stop it.
All Kinds of Roofing
Galvanized Iron, Carey's, Magnesia,
Rubber andjTat Paper.
The price is righr.
? H. Harris Plumbing
and Supply Co.
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Condensed lU: mat ut UtereM Hap
pening Throughout the State.
*" Mr. Goo. D. Green possesses a HUPX.
Der o^'VSfe old newspapers that are
imlflad Httufcatii?K,- a?d wneiiUy ---IT"
was our privilege to examine some
of them. We were especially struck
"with a^Tttwytegraph of the blockade
runner., "The Ach^anc?." This prob
ably U the only, picture ot tills noiea
war vessel that e^wdrlenced many es-"
capes while bruiting supplies to he
beleagured elites of the South,, and
to our armle<*ljn tin; fluid. Mr. Green
has In his possession an autograph
letter from dovernor Vance with ref
erence to uhe block ader ? Wilson
Times. ? V ?
In the city Is Mr. Kdward Bayley,
of Edinburgh. Scotland, tho Scotch
philanthropist, who has been the
moving power In .sending quite a
large number of young Scotchmen to
North Carolina. He and- the lat? T-.
K. Bruner were friends, and Mr.
Mr. ifr unsr secured his aid. mosU.ot
the young men coming from Mr. Bay
ley's Sunday School class. After hav
ing. gone to Asheville and to t*t?e
some of the boys who had gone to
Western North Carolina, Mr. Bayley
has been spending some time In Rob
eson county, where a number ot the
young Scotchmen are located. . He.(
finds ttiaTliifcr are doing well and he
"Is greatly plcaih*d with the condition I
that he has fouiuk. *Mr. Bayless will
this week leave America to return to
Scotland, and it is likely that as the,
result of his visit, other Scotchmen
will im-ALv In rcurth Cmullim. ? ?Xuwu1
and Observer.
Yesterday morning a railroad de
tective caught a negro man in the_act
of rifling a box car, he at once arrest
ed hJm and brought him to the police
station, wnlle the omcfira wfre^get
ting the particulars of the arrest, the
negro decided to take* 'French
[ leave,'*, bn was on his way to freedom
when first noticed by one of the oflT
cer? who at once started in pursuit.
After dodgfng around several block?
he headed for Jhe river, -but by that
. time others had joined the chase and
he found himKetf cornered. He was
taken in charge by Mr. H H Tooker,
and escorted back to the jail. ? New
Bern Journal.
I , The appointment of James M. Mll
likan as clerk of <he United States
Circuit and District courts has been
Approved by Circuit Judges Goff and
Prltchard.'and an order was fited in
| the United States Circuit court yes
| terday by Judge Boyd appointing Mr.
| Mlllikan clerk of the said courts I
Mr. Mlllikan has already* for wajrded
bis resignation as marshal or the
toberl, "When he will enter upou his
iiew duties. The ottlcr also provides
I that he giv$ two bonds of 10.000
| each, and take {he oath prescribed
by law before entering ui>wl hla du=
Although lt"has not been offl
rli lly inn ? 1 1 ? nil It !? wuiiliuIIV till
derstood that Chief Deputy HWlHSn
J. M. Bailey will be designated by the
court to flH the~i>iace made vacant by
the resignation of Marshal Mlllikan.
the appointment of his suc
cessor.- ? Greensboro News.
Sportsmen will be glad to know
that the outlook for the quail Bhoot
ing Is very good Indeed. The season
begins November 1st In almost all
the counties, anttit-is snf^to say that
the birds-have ~been protected better
than ever, very largely by public sen
timent, In a considerable area of the
State. There are count-tee, however,
where the game laws are not beedod
at all. The lastlegislanu-e took some
counties from the protection of the
Auduban Society, but these will prob
ably be restored at the uext session.
Charters are granted the Rocky
Mount Manufacturing and Mercantile
Company to make cotton goods; . cap
ital stock $50,000. P. E. Richard
son and other stockholders; Stout
Bros. Lumber Company, Slier City.
Chatham county, $5,000; the State
Insurance and Realty Company. Fay*
ettevlUe; John Underwood and oth
ers. $150,000.
RIVER ItoAlt STATION NEWS.
The entertalnmeut at Magnolia
prhoolhouse last Thursday night was
a great success. AH persons who are
Interested In th?-J>e:terment of the
school desire to tender- their sincere
thanks to County Superintendent W.
l^-Vaughan,#t?<?ounty Treasurer Jos,.
F. Tayloe. and to the
Concert "Band. A large
theVea^
Mr?.C. T. Cordon and Miss Mary
F. Robinson, of Washington, wpre
feuctys of Mra. Lewi* Aillgofcd last
Th^rad^y , i v -
Mr. and Mrt. J. J. Whitley anf
?IIBMH. J. II. A4U.UUU, W. Ui Wn>?l<l
~X7 T-'AlUgopd a^N^v. It. "Shorn went
on the excursion tb . Norfolk last
week. c ~ ? / ? ' *' ' " *"
faster William ^fason, of Bath,
will spend a few ? weeks with ais
grandparents, Mr. and 24 ft* Ck B. Xit- ,
tie.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Woolard, of
Broad Creek. visited Mr7 and Mrs. T.
M. Singleton at Bunyan last Sunday.
? Mr. W. B. Singleton, of Washing
ton. was a gues^ or Mr. ana airs. L. ]
M. Sheppard last Sunday.
Mr. L. M. Sheppard went to Green
ville to sell tobtfcco last Monday?
Mr. Howard AJligood and. bride; of
Bath. "visited his slsj^rs, Mrs. B. L. '
Woolard and Mrs. W. A. Alligood,
larft week.
Mr. J. M. Cotton, of Bunyon. met
with a sad accident last week. We
have not learned all the circum
stances. " NOCOMIS:
Sept. 27. ? . .. _
When n More advertises only i>ow
und then, it is ? perforce? "now
and then" wort of store.
NONE BETTER
-THAN?
Huyler's Cocoa
FRESH SUPPLY.
E. L. ARCHBELL
Specialties Cigars and Tobacco.
Leary Bros..' Old Stand.
DON'T WAIT FOR YOUR HAIR TO GROW,
but come to our store and look over our line of Puffs, Switches,
Rolls and other Hair Goods- New line just Received,
T. W. PHILLIPS sreo
g -Wi). J ?->. i A??. ???>> ?qg.. 'ft
EAST CAROLINA ^
I Teachers' Training School
? Established and maintained by the State for the young men
<0 # and women who wish to qualify themselves for the profession
^ ' of teaching. Buildings and equipment new and modern. Sanl
- tation perfect' "
% SESSION OPENS OCTOBER 5TH, 19*9. 1V
%' For prospectus fftid information, address ROBT. H. WRIGHT, .
^ President. GreenvfUe, N. C. ?
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ARB MOVING.
Dr. Ctrttr and family arc moving I
10 WWagKMiaUMvylng t?-Mlna L
T. Rodman. East Main afreet.
RESIDENCE BEING REPAIRED.
Tl?e residence belonging to Mr. ,
F?&afr: Brgpr and occspied~6yrHr7[
and Mrs, Samuel Gabriel. East Malnl
For the next Thirty Days
I OFFER
SPECIAL J
I BARGAINS
In CROCKKIIV and HA.10
I'AIXTKIl CHINA consisting ot
Berry Sets, Soup Pistes, vari
*
oua Bow la, and many more ?r-x
tlcles too numerous to mtotltfn.
'Phone 58.
H. G. Sparrow.
DORSCH
$5 and $6
SHOES
FOR MEN.
night Shoe Co
iWVf
FURNITURE! FUXNITUfel
Housekeepers should visit our store and
view the latest fads in Furnishings, etc., for
the home Our fall line is replete with home
necessities. See us before purchasing. ?
JEFFERSON FURNITURE CO.
Ju-st Received
A large shipment of -the new, large-size package,
GOLD DUST WASHING POWDER ^
v ; ? ? ? _
We have a special deal on same.
. E. R. MIXON & CO.
, NOTICE !
Now is the time to have your gas lamps put in order. It will cost
you nothing to haverthem inspected 2nd adjusted. A Welsbach
burner will give youBtTCSndle power and cost only 1-2 cent per
hour. See the GAS" MAN7~^
FALL OPENINO OF
Friday, October 1st; Saturday, October 2nd.
>erally to supply needs in stylish Millinery, specially carefully and skilful
ly. You will find our stock wide and diversified, and choosing pleasant and easy. Whatever
your needs and whatever your tastes, we can suit you with good quality as well as the latest
of styles. 1
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Gui Ready- to
To make this department a success^eacli suit was carefully anL
thoughtfully selected and not picked up as a lot Only a visit from
you is sufficient to convince you of the high grade and stylish suits
we are offering you. - , . " . ? ~
The Season's Novelties in Belts,
-j ' S. '
Collars, Barettes and Jet Trimmings
Our lines in these and all other departments are unsurpassed. New
arrivals daily in all styles, cqloi^aild qualities of Dress Goods.
jQnaninnr FT
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