Fair tonight and tomor
row.; Variable wlnda.
. - V ~ -i'
i display. Boy early for the
ers are oujmg now. w aj not yon I
ith na tip to Doc. 22nd will be m?d? and
ire* framed bn the 24 lk Bring tHcm
RUSS BROS. VARIETY STOItE
*15 W. MAIN 8TBEET FOWLS BUILDING
. jewelry F Or Christmas
CUT GLASS ? CHINA
We are ready for yonr Christmas trade.
(BttJ It At Home)
STEWART'S JEWELRY STORE
Buying Goods at Home
Means satisfaction at all times.
Patronize the merchants of
Washington and keep Wash
ington dollars at home.
Our Store first and avoid
cti&RRY FURNITURE CO.
Undertakers and Erabatraers
; - | \ : '? "
Among I bp merchants of Washington aasrcroa satisfaction
at all times:
Trade with them and yon will never have cause to regret
it **? ? .... ..???? "7
Read the ads in
the Daily News and
Trade at Home
SpLcial Display of Guns
AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS.
Visit our stortf for practical Christmas suggestions.
Pcgram-Watson Hdw. Co.
F. G. PAUL & BRO.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
? Highest Prices Paid Fdr ?
EGGS, CHICKENS, BEESWAX, TALLOW, GREEN
HIDES AND ANYTHING YOU HAVE TO SELL.
GREEN HIDES, ISc per lb.
Money Spent At Home Drifts Back to You Again.
ft ?? l ? ? >? iH., . i i m r- """*
IN ALL8WBB AND THE LATEST WEAVES.
A special shoeing now on display.
Coat* to suit each individual taste.
SUSKIN V BERRY .
East W indow
J. K. HOYT
Another beautiful shipment lust
$18.50 to $25.00
CA LAIS CLOTHING CO.
Clothiers. Furnishers V Hatters
Was in a Bad Fix
The following was forwarded to the Daily News by Mr. Jas. S.
Bonner, who is at present in Memphis, Tenn. It is taken from a
WOES OF A KNOCKER.
Tho "Lynchburg Banner," a Mississippi exchange, enum
erates the woes of a "knocker" in V^ords that cause us to
wonder why he lives in Mississippi^ Here is his tale of
woe: ?*??- ? ? ? -4
"The Mississippian gets tip at the alarm of a Connecticut
clock, takes a dram of Jack , Daniel's, Old No. 7 di*ille1
in Tennessee, buttons his Chicago suspenders to Detroit
overalls, washes, hi?, face with Cincinnati soap in a Pennsyl
vania basin, wipes his hands and face cn a Rhode Island
towel, sits up to a Grand HapUU tgble and eats Kansas
City met and Minneapolis flour with Idaho potatoes, cooked
with Indiana lard on a St. Louis stove burning Pennsyl
vania coal; puts a New York bride on a Mississippi mule
fed with Iowa corn ; plows a five-acre farm, covered with an
Ohio mortgage, with a Chattanooga plow. When bed-time
comes, ho reads a chapter from a Bible printed in Boston,
says a prayer written in Jerusalem, t rawls under a blanket
made in New Jersey, only to keep awake by Mississippi
But wo residents of Beaufort county aro not slHn the frx that tho
^Mississippian is- in. It is true that many of tho articles wo wear
and use were made in other parts of the country, but we have the
consolation of knowing that they were BOUGHT AT. HOME.
And as a further stimulus for "buying it at home" this Christmas,
we urge you to read the advertisements on this 'pfiS? and then do your
trading with the merchants that are represented here.
or the Home, the shop and
the farm at prices that are right
air the time,
McK eel-Richardson Hardware Co. #
I n n\i
We guarantee our prices on any piece of Hardware we
carry to he' equal 01 les# to :hat of any mail order house in the
United State* jfor I he tame quality of goods and on the same
terms, delivered io North Carolina.
|vX: j, _? >v ^2 ' &r ? ... ' *
Harris Hardware Co.
WE ABE OPENING UP FOR THE
AND ARE READY TO SERVE YOU WITH DAINTY
GIFTS. HUNDREDS OF EXCELLENT
Shop early and socure the largest choice.
I. H. IVlorrls
SUCCESSOR TO JAMES E. CLARK
".rt* - " ?
Wo have a vast number of customers all over this terri
tory. They are steady customers bccause they like our good*
ind our service. But we want YOU for a customer, too.
Try our groceries next ? when hungry. You will come here
again They all do.
CLAUD A. LITTLE
THE STORE AROUND THE CORNER.
OF LATEST DESIGN A XT) FASHION.
WE INVITE YOU It INSPECTION.
Our repair department is equipped in every way to
J.' S. CAMPBELL
Ed. E. Strauss Suits
Are the suits" for the men who nre particular about ftyle
and quality and who also consider the priee.
We are special agents for this lino. Come in today and
"let us take your measure.
IDEAL PRESSING CLUB
E..G. WESTON, Proprietor.
FOR FIRST CLASS
CALL AT THE
DAILY NEWS JOB DEPARTMENT
is welcomed nt th> ^joe*
cry store km use \\* kiftW
t!iat all ffnod juices of
cootl groceries will :ipprc
cito our pure fo. ' stuff*
and reasonable pri.es.
ADAMS Sl'PPLY CO.
Christmas Goods and Novelties
IX LARGE VARIETY
FOR MEX, WO.MEX AND ( IIII.DRKX.
Pnrehaso now and bo assured of a wide assortment to sel
A. J. COX ? COMPANY
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
ROI'E, RIJRBEIt QOODS ANI) SHOES, NET TWINE
and Fiaherinai]'* Out6i?. Hay, Corn and Feed Stuff.
WASHINGTON, N. O.
Good Things to Eat
! .Sc.osonnMo Fruits and Vegetables and all Staple and
You ran always depend upon the quality of our mer
chandise and bo sure lhat tho price is right.
B. W. DBRQERO \ SON
DR. DENTON SLEEPING GARMENTS FOR CHILDREN
is tho ideal sleeping garrne&t for this weather.
Every mother should seo them.
pRicls $1.00 Garment
Bowers Bros. Company
WASHINGTON'S BEST 8TOKR.