by being thankful all the
vear round. Come in and
now and your wife anu
children will be thankful
to you for life. Complete
list of records to select
from. New machines and
records arriving weekly.
THE PtCTURF. FRAMF.RS
- The Gent
Till-: ASSASSINATION ?>K THK
. IH l\K l?K Gl'IsK- A .hand-colored
TI1K" (H>M) l?ROSI?K<TOHS ? An
other hand -colored picture.
I LKVLU IlKrOIVTKH? -Comedy.
SIM>AY WITH THK IIOSS ? Com
- - -
I A RAT- KILLING TIME? Comedy.
! Coupons for tbe beautiful Toilet
Set to bo Rivet; away next Friday
IT IS WITH A FEEL
" ' ING OF PLEASURE
AND PRIDE TH AT WE
O .r Shi>fs are far superior to th'* ordinary sort of siioeg that can be
had :u every ft ore. when1 women's Shct 2 arc sold.
Tliey came to us direct from the workshops of the world's most
noto?|_Di:iU*>r.? ,>r Women's Shoos. There's many ?& new stylo feature in
the WU model.-.. w?> will take the greatest pleasure in hhowing our
THE FAl.L AND WIN
TER SEASONS. /
CARGO OF SALT
H. M. JENKINS CO.,
A large shipment of choice hand
picked Michigan andrLima Deans
Please send us your orders. *
E. R. MIXON & CO.
^ S"2 rt v> ? ??>. ?"2^. ^
EAST CAROLINA ?
Teachers' Training School
.Established and maintained by the State for (he young mi-n
- sZl : antl women who wish to qualify themselves fur -the t>rof?-*.*ion
pT ,if n in: 1 * - *
aim women wno w isn 10 quality themselves fur the
75f fT'-irtmrr-- Pi^lif'nir irrl mirt^meni new and modern. Sani
f tation perfect, ? ? . ,
viinv QPF.NS OC.TOBFR 5TH. 1?W.
^ For prospectus and information* address ROBT. H. WRIGHT. >
^ ' President, Green vf lie, N. C. J
<v<" v- y -"cftr V-.? 'sic?
Send Me Your Order Now for
Your Thanksgiving Whiskey
An? gel it in your home ? ready for the day. I will send you some
of the pijr??st, best, well-aged whiskey you ever put to your lip?. made
in tbe good olrl honest way. And if you wish I will send you some
wines and brandies for flavoring the mince pies and cake. Read
these prices; they are low:
(rUvson Rye. 8 years, old, gal $4.."?0
t-n P'-- ? ? f ~ -?'? fnl , ? M.OO
Bumgardner Mr. Rye. 0 year* old, gal $4.36
Savage Mt. Rye. 5 years Old, gal. . $3.50
Higlmpire Rye. O years old, gal. "?!W
Oertiflnl Rye, :t y?? am old, gal
' We1?M>n Zourbon. 7 years old, gal $3.50
^""'7 frinh'ff Blend, gal $2.50
Tf. O. Corn, gat $8.00
Mountain Corn, gal $2 .50
?>lfl N. C. Apple Brandy. 5 years old. gal M OO
Old Virginia Apple Brandy, gal $3.00
Mr *ew Catalog is ready. Send for It. It is Free.
nil QKliEBS Ol'R SPECIALTY. WRITE FOR CATAJ/OG. "
FRANK MILLER ,
Importer and Dealer In Wines and Liquors,
1 204 KAST MAIN STRBKT, - - - - J ..... - RICHMOND, VA.
I S TATENEWS
Con<lrn?v?l Itrinx of Interest HapJ j
pcuiux Throughout the 1 . j
I A Arc that swept things before it !
J with rapidity, and which was ?heck- 1
?>d only in time to save the residence
I it threatened, broke out slioriiy toe-|
| fore 1 o'clock yesterday -afternoon all
1 t he residence. 239 North Dawson !
street extension, the property being
owned by the Beckham and Horton I
estate, and occupied by Mr. Samuel.
Watklns ai\d family". # The fire had j
:nadc good headway when discovered.
It had U.< origin In an old kitchen in
the back yard, used as a storing room
and wash house. Smoko issuing from
it was seen by one of the daughters
of_M.r. "Watklns." and She ~gttre the
alarm, whfefi quickly brought the ftf-o
companies. ? News and Observer.
A very Interesting gift to the New
Bern circulating library wan received
this week.. It Is a canteen of civil
war time, once carried tfy a Confed
I erate soldier. .The i>amteeu is of
I u nnH finlar nr rvp.^ji. aftont six in
jches in diameter, and ^fc?^tircular
jpart is bound by two iron bands with
i cross loops to hold a -strap. On one
of the flat sides is cut "O. W. B. 37 N.
C. Troop." The following is the de
scription attached to the canteen:
"This canteen was picked up on a
Virginia battle field, just after a fight
during the civil war and sent home
?fcy Major O. E. Hir?, of the Fiftieth!
??w ? York? Bnglnwri, .presented to ,
the Ne%v Bern circulating library by
F. A. Brown formerly of New York
State."? New Bern Journal.
imi.fs t'l'UEirrx n *m i t days
PA ZD OINT.MKNT is guaranteed ta|
ins or Protruding Pil?iA_in fi to 14
dayo or money refi^nded 50c.
Report of the Condition of
SAVINGS AND TRVST CO.,j
af Washington. N. c.. in
North Carolina, at-rlv* close of busl-'
nes*. November lS^ 190$.
loans ar.d discount* ... . 892. Oil. S6
Overdrafts" secured. ... 20.52 i
Hanking house, furniture
and fixtures 20.GS3. 1 9 ]
D'.ie from banks and
Cash Items j .94S.65 1
(iold coin 1.203.00 j
Silver coin. including all
jninor coin currency. . 2.437.26
National bank notes and
| other U. S. not??* $.493.00
[ Total $ 1 36.339-94
| Capital stotk $50,000.00
| Surplus iund MUO.Oft
it*ndlvlded profits, less
I current expenses ar.d
i taxes paid 2.975.71
j Deposits subject to check 77.274.47
| Cft?hi?rU cherkj out
j 3t*r-d rT 4 6.26
fCertifl^d. checks 43.50
| State of^North Carolina.
; County of Beaufort, ss:
' ? h- -R, p* ' ^
I above-named bank , do solemnly
r-?>-ar .that tli*? above sUatcme;rt is
I true to thf.TMi of my knowledge and
f UeTier: ? .
JNO. B. SPARROW, Cashier
BEVERLY G. MOSS.
J. F. BL'CKMAN.
I Subscribed and sworn to before
me. this 22d day of November. 1909.
J F. THOMAS.-?
OLD FORI) NEWS.
There was a large crowd present
Sunday at church.
- We are *lad to l?>arn that Mrs. J.
E. Cherry la still Improving.
We are very sorry to learn the 111-,
ness of little Sidney Spruill.
Miss Agnes Hodges left for Stal
lings Crossroads Monday to com
The many friends of Mr. Gotha
Woolard were glad to greet him at
OhllNrti Sunday _
Messrs. Marlon and George Hodges
went to Wires Chapel Sunday after
The school at Carolina Institute la
; Btlll increasing, 44 already having
Mr. Jesse Woolard. of South Caro
lina, Is homo on a vielt.
Mr. Daniel Leggett marfiT a flying
trip to the city Monday.
Miss Lena Leggett spent Tuesday
r Don't forget the grand rally at Old
Messrs. E. R. Williams and A. A.
Moore were out driving Sunday After
noon. R. P. H.
FOR HFADACHF. ? Hick's Cnpodlne.
Whether from Colds, Heet. Stom
ach ~or"TC4?rvouB nuubles, Oepudine-H
will rellore you. It's liquid ? pleat-!
?nt to Ui;? scis laimcdlatpiv Trj Y
H. 10c.. 2?c. and 60^.. at drus stores. '
IN GLASS s
Reduced from 25c. oer
I can to
3 for 50c.
E. L. ARCHBELL
" Specialties -Cigars and looacco.
' Leary Bros.' Old Stand.
WESTON HOUSE "!
227 East Main Street,
WASHINGTON. N. C.
Rates: $T Per Day.
TABLE AND HOUSE LtNENS,.
THERE is no time of the whole year when the house
keeper is more desirous of pretty linens than now. ?
Pretty snow white linens are as essential to the 1 hanks
giving table as a good bill of fare. We have a fine line of
h<Table Linens in excellent qualjth* and exquisite designs.
Snow white Mercerized Da
mask, 2 yds wide .59
All linen, full bleached Da
mask, 2 yds wide 75 & .85
Heavy all linens, durable
Satin Damask, TwiTyards
wide 1.00, 1.25, $1.50
Excellent values in Nap
kins to match table clothes,
Special Values in
$cmm S. GtatJt Ce%
(?' : THE WCW-AHT C/.Q7H/?;iti ~r'
We carry the famous
J. E. Tilt Shoe
Knight Shoe Co.
The Only Exclusive Shoe Store
In the City.
IF YOU SHOULB FALL DOWN I
- =A CHIMNEY =
Out of Wright's Flying Machine
make a bee-line for
Wright's Tailoring Parlors
an<| get a Royal Tailored Soot-Proof Suit
HIGH-FLYING GARMENTS A SPECIALTY
JEWELRY /, SILVERWARE
!/ CLOCKS WATCHES
Wedding Presents of All JCinds
Everything Guaranteed. Engraving Free.
Repair work given'prompt attention.
R. LEE STEWART,
THE J. H. C. TOGGLE-JOINT
Is the lighest "draft, and makes the?most
compact bale of any press so!4. ?
R /S TT rv si tppi v r,r>
C. 0. MORRIS & CO., BROKERS
? WHOLESALE FRUI TS AND PRODUCE
Arrivals this week.
1 Car MeaL .V
1 Car Timothy Hay.
I Car Kingzin's Reliable Meats.
Money saved is money made!
. . . _ ' ? i
A Welsbach Junior Lamp burns 2 feel of Gas per
hour a id gives 50 Candle Power of Light, where an
open tip burns 6 feet of Gas and gives 20 Candle Pow
' Uu&Lnujch do you save?
V -Isbach Junior. COMPANY
2 Carloads of Horses and Mules
% RECEIVED TUESDAY. NOV. 9
Farmers Attending Corn Judging^ Day lnvited
to Inspect Stock.
Finest Ever Seen Here.
Washington Horse Exchange.
?HELP IS OFFERED-"
WOk IHY YOl'NT, MEN AND W'OMVA' No matter how limited vour
means of education. the GREAT AMERICAN SHORTHAND A.1U BIM
NESS COLLEGE, Durham, N. C-, is ready and willing to help You secure
| u high-grade Busine&s Education. TheONLY Business College in the Caro
lina presided over by an Incorporated Accountant and Auditor. A suf 1
I cierit guarantee of its superiority. Enter now on ?asy payment plan.
DEPARTMENTS; Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Telegraphy,
Penmanship, Civil Service, English Branches, etc. Expert Faculty? Rail
road Fare Paid? Positions Guaranteed.
A new line of SUITINGS in fancy Stripes
abd Shades 10 and 15c the yard.
T. W. PHILLIPS & CO.
Our complete line of fancy and nov
el Pictures are here. A large as- _
sortment of Etchings, Water Colors, '
Pastels, Charcoal Tints, Carbons and >
Crayoas^ \ ftf
II Signias and Venetians,
Little Dutch arid French Scenes
I eiily, before they arc picked I
m ir^= ? ii? ? ir==ir=
PENNYROYAL PILLS -ESS
??> , ~ ' 'v ? and banish "pain,
MB# of Tb<gr ire "I.tFE SAVKK8" to girlaul
ByT womanhooQ, aiding de? Hopdisnt of orj ^n? and body. No
rSf/-s 'tuow^ remedy for wort.eo equal* them. Wnnoi do harm? >if?
becomes a pleMvrj. St.00 PFJi If)X BY MAIL. 8oi?
1>T 4ru<nn5iu. Bft *tOTTSrUlFW|G4> ZO- C-.eliTd. Ohl?
Sale af the Bazaar
On Market Street.
On Sample Ladies and Children's Cloaks, Coat Suits and
Sweaters. New Arrivals of Mill Ends and remnants
| ? daily, Everything Cheap. Yours for Bargains,
~P. Orleans Bazaar. "
COME AND BRING THE TftVI Aft
CH/LUKtN 10 m " 5
auAu' ? . .