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VOLII, y WILMINGTON. NORTH CAROLINA, SUND AY. MORNjNG,OVEMBER;l8,;.17. , ; ; , - - PRICE 5' CENTS. .
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Warsaw, N. C, Nov. 17. An inter
eF,ing meeting of the Woman's Club
vas Jn-ld with the president, Mrs. C.
A. Womack, on last Friday afterrnoon.
Health week was observed with a
special program ontuberculosis. Mrs.
Charles Carroll made a talk on its
'Causes and Prevention." Mrs. J.
C. Kuss read a paper on its "Symp
toms . and the "Care of Tubercular
Patients,' and Miss Reba Meador
21ve a description of the hospital for
tuberculosis in the suburbs of Chi
cago. Misses Fannie Best and Reba
for the teaching, of a fire drill in the
school.. Following the business meet
ing an enjoyable social hour was
spent, when delicious home-made
cookies and hot chocolate were serv
Go.ldsoboro, N. C, Nov. 17. Wednes
day the Conservation Committee of
the Home Economics Department of
the Goldsboro Woman's Club began
their work for the year under most
auspices circumstances. Mrs. Estelle
Smith, chairman of the conservation
The literature department ran the committee, gave a most interesting
program that afternoon and Dr Ber- n fd VaiUes in e??ral .and
' lowed with a demonstration in mak-
nard came here to give enthusiasm to ting brown bread. In addition to the
tuw ssmuy vl me ureeK arama. lis aemonsirauon, Mrs. smitn gave a
Raleigh, Nov. 17. The Woman's
Club had as, its' literary guest Thurs
day afternoon Dr.- William S. Bernard,
of the chair- of Greek. University of
North CaroTma, and the Greek drama
was the theme.
subject, "The Greek Theatre and the
Green Drama", was treated without
notes, and his talk was refreshing as
has been his study for years.
Mrs. George J. ,Ram3ey. chairman
Dr. Bernard went immediately into
his subject, giving a picture of the
Greek theatre and drama centuries
ago. He missed his lantern slides, but
her art waits on the war. These il
lustrated phases of his address are
somewhere between the University
and Liverpool, perhaps. They were
ordered in the spring and have not
The differences between the ancient
Greek and the modern drama was il
lustrated. The Greeks, he said, was
r ucd with ideas chiefly while the;
Luodern drama contemplates the de
velopment of character. There are a
few notable exceptions, he said, but
the idta was general. Thp Greek
drama originated in ancestral worship
and the drama was a worship, the
theatre a temple in its Grecian concep
tion. The drama was infrequently
presented, twice a year, for instance,
but without saying it that way, the
professor indicated that the Greeks
were as interested in art as the' Am
ericans in baseball. The presenta
tion of the drama was made a fete oe-
Cerro Gordo, N. C, Nov. 17. The
Cerro Gordo Red Crass monthly
meeting was held in the school audi
torium, Nov. 15th. Twenty-two mem
bers were present. Opening address
by the most worthy chairman, Mr.
R. D. Covington, and reading of let
ters from the national headquarters
asking aid for the needy Belgian wo
men and ofjiiiven. exj was an ad- tives in Raleigh this week.
v Nov. 17 Mrs. . C. li. 'Abernethy has
gone to Wilson, N. C, and from there
with her husband, will go to New York
Mrs. C. W. Lashley has gone to Me
bane, N. C, to spend 'some time.
'Mrs. B-A. Bennett, of California, is
among the visitors here, from out of
the State points.
Marietta, N. C, Nov. 17. Mr. J. O.
Watson is completing his house this
fall, which adds much to the appear
ance and comfort.
"Mr. H. Floyd, of Lumberton, was
a Marietta visitor this week.
Mr. I. V. Hooper, of Fayetteville.
Miss Carrol Hughes is visiting rela-jhas been in this section several days,
of the Literature Department, intro
duced Dr. Bernard. She declared that
the tendency to eliminate the classic
The Red Cross room was a scene """" v-"iliV-uia "Be ami tu
of animation on last Tuesday morning put he acfnt oa service, culture for
wlu-a the Christmas bags for the sol- sere, is fine enough, but culture for
i; ... -oro vainer fiiioH Thp PViriat- LUUU1B sae is iiKewise weu some-
mas spirit was present to such an ex
tent that it seemed as if old Santa,
himself, were also there directing
the willing workers, who so gladly
arranged the gifts of tobacco, cigars,
cigarettes, pipes, toilet articles, cards,
books, fruit cake, candies, crewing
sum, games, pencils, tablets and en
velopes for some boy in the trenches
or training camp to be made her. tier
on Christmas morning, because c,L
them. Christmas ribbons, seals, etc.,
decorated the outside of the bags,
which were kakki colored handker
chiefs, which could be utilized, also,
and tags containing names of the
donor and the Red Cross chapter,
were tied on.
Mrs. James H. Pierce was hostess
to the Jameq Kenan Chapter, U. D. C.
at its monthly meeting, at her home
on Wednesday afternoon. Routine
business was dispatched, and arrange
ments made for sending a Thanks
giving box to the Confederate Wom
an's Home, and for also giving a
pounding to. a needy local veteran.
Officers for the coming year were
hen elected as follows: President,
Mrs. W. L. H 11; first vice-president,
Mrs. C. A. Womack ; second vice
president, Mrs. L. P. Best;, third
vice-president, Mrs. J. P. Wilson:
recording secretary, Miss Bettie Cox;
corresponding secretary. Miss Powell;
torians, Mrs. O. P. Middleton, Miss
Mankie Noble, and Mrs. R. M. Brow
der. Chaplain. Mrs. T. B. Pierce, and
leader of children's Chapter, Mrs. I
Charles F. Carroll.
The local council of the Junior Or-
rler fave nn eninvnhlp hnnniipt after
Their regular business meeting Tues-iGreek drama the most popular drama
ihv nioh, Aftr fho olPrtinn nf of- the world. In its day nothing ap-
fioers Mr R n Tnhnsnn marip a stir- 'proached it
ring address for' the good of the order The natives were not without their
and suggested that a flag and Bible I feeling They ran old Euripides away
hP i,- nh f th t,o- Qrhoni.s from the country because he was ai
uii iDroDriet, an infidel m his day.
" X 1" w X Tlwhen the British suffragists became Borden entertained" a number of her
and cakes were served. There was :limodern they copied
of th' conrfa srianpndPd. Pvn- JJtotl JChXHrfthJ
ers were allowed to attend. Thus the
prison superintendents who "have in
stalled moving picture shows are
about 2,000 years debtor to the Greeks.
It was a State institution, too, fi
nanced by the wealthy men through
the State, the manager. The whole
body of. Athenian citizenship attended.
The theatre was uncovered, was built
on a hill or mountain side and was
large enough to accomodate every
body. Dr. Bernard declared the
number of recipies suggestive and
helpful. The ladies present WPIe ask
ed to give recipies and the exchange
of ideas proved most beneficial, fol
lowing which brown bread and tea
were served. At the next meeting
Dr. William Smith will give a talk
on Relative Food Values.
At their regular monthly business
meeting held recently, the local chap
ter of the American Red Cross elected
the following officers for the ensuing
year: Chairman, Mrs. L. D. Giddens;
vice chairman, Mrs. Dr. John Spicer;
recording secretary, Mrs. J. W. Bow
Ian; treasurer, Miss Mary Borden;
executive secretary, Miss Amy Jo
seph; board of directors, Mrs. J. L.
Borden, Miss Sue Collier, Miss Min
nie Bell, Mrs. C. H. Richardson, Mrs.
Sol. Weil, Mrs. Jose A. Parker, Mrs.
T. B. Jenkins, Mrs. M. L. Lee,
Messrs. Nathan O'Berry, A. H. Edger
ton, Geo. A. Norwood, George Royall;
Junior Red Cross, Miss Sallie Kirby;
ways and means committee, Mrs. R.
J. Smith, Mrs. Lionel Weil. Mrs. W.
S. O'B. RoTinson, Mrs. Vance Weil,
Mrs. W. D. Creech, Mrs. A. H.
Edgerton, Mrs. D. H. Dixon; commit
tees, Mrs. E. B. Borden, Mrs. A. A.
Joseph, Mrs. Thomas Holmes, Mrs.
Arnold Borden, Miss Allie Freeman,
Mrs. B. G. Thompson, Mrs. R. D.
Miller, Judge D. H. Bland, Ben
Witherington, Miss Gertrude Weil,
Mrs. Henry Weil, Miss Mary Borden,
Miss Cora Thompson. The local
chapter are making arrangements to
send several hundred Christmas pre
sents to the soldier boys in France.
The Senior Philathea class of the
A marriage of more than unusual
dress by Gapt. J. W. Griffin, a Civil
ery one to do their utmost for the!te'est t0 friends f the coactmS
comfort of the boys in the trenches, 'Parties, occurred at Bayboro Wednes
speaking from experience of how they day morning, when- Miss Eula Riggs,
suffered in. the Civil War but that the, a charming and accomplished daugh-
preseni war was even more severe
(working in the interest of the marble
Mr. Ellis Meares, of Fair Bluff, was,
here this week. ,
Mr. W. P. Oliver and on. Master
ana to never reruse. wnen asKed to t,b i " ;a
help. Mrs. W. J. Baldwin was then T - Wq4o tol
report of work done rp, avmnc, f A ,
fr. 1 oct Antl, I -" dnj a,o pcnuimcu at
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Lumberton, N. C, Nov. 17. Mrs! ; ;
R. R. Carlyle, is here from San. "An
tonio, Texafi, to make a visit with.
Miss Lula Johnson, who is teachim -in
Cumberland county, was -'heW torj ''A
the week-end visiting with her broth- :
ers, T. L. and E. M. Johnson. ;V-. .
-Mrs. A. White, and Mrs. Flor-;V;;
erice Britt were visitors" here one" day f,'.:
Mrs. M. G. Prevatt and
children , . :
monthly business meeting Tuesday"1.
evening at the home of Mrs. B. F.
Carr. Following the business meet
ing light, refreshments were served
those present by the hostess.
Mrs. D. H. Dixon was hostess this
week at a business meeting of the
executive committee of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, and fol
lowing the business meeting the hos
tess served her guests with light re
freshments. Mrs. J. A.'Toler left Wednesday for
Smithfield on a visit to her brother,
Judge W. E. Stevens.
FlduMn Humnhrev n Vfitrh Shnn1
(student, had the misfortune to break
a i his collar bone this week.
Yet On Tuesday evening Miss Julia
Cross of which Miss Hester Struthers
iiuxi. j . xv. iiiiujjuouu n. i Li.vj. i j gave
the Red Cross work rccnis and Mes-i
iter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Riggs. of
the colored folks. Their annual con
ference convened here this week.
There is about one hundred colored
preachers in attendance.
The ladies of the Red Cross have
iee cream, etc.. all
immediately after for a honey-;; this week, in the interest of our sol-
moon in. Northern cities. Upon their diers
'j return they will make their home at: Mrs. Mollie Roberts, of Raeford. has
I Oriental. . ,hppn with hpr nipfp Mr.c TTlnronno
One of the prettiest wadding sol- Oliver, since the death of Mrs. Oliver's
John Frank, spent Thursday in Lum- came through, here this week going bri
This is a big week at Marietta with
asked to give a report of work done
al bed sirts, 16 pillow clips, 1 21-tail T ' Z "p1" ".
bandages, eight pairs wristlets, six ;VHro 7 . me iucb oi u
nairs tocks aid 65 wh cloths Thn fnfends and the happy young couple been selling fruit,
PaArs ' c.kft-. aJia,to i-:C1 c,s- i'left immediately after for a honev- thi wppv 4 thp
latter Deing maae uy uie junior itea
dames J. R. and Wilson Williamson I emnized in Centenary Methodist husband, Mr. C. A. Oliver, two weeks
J. . j m 1 l m m . -a 1 : i
nual donation meeting. At this, meet- .i
each gave a sewing niachine to be!cnurcn thi.s season took place Thurs-; ago.
placed in the work rooms. Me3-!Qay morning at s:ju ociock wnen; Mrs. JPenny Edwards, of Dillon, S
dames W. J. Baldwin and J. R. Wil- Mlss Ada Smith, the attractive daugh-; n is visiting relatives here:
liamson were elected supervisors. !
ter.of Captain and Mrs. John Smith, Mis9 Rirthn wimamann.nf t3. ing every member, has the privilegerOf :p
A number of the ladies pledged pii-jpecame me orwe or Mr. buy . Ham-;t h been visiting relatives here. Siting a fnendand each one.is Ask-
Dosmess ; M , . ohvpf and Mrs w M 1 ed to DrmS a book to be given to, the
a. tt. i j i x .
a visiu to vaiaoi.a, ua,, 10 see reia-:i.
W ca TUoru f Q r a A tctVia lino Kaah
teaching in' Washington, D. C, came A ,
here this week, and is at the home of ;;V i7
her sister, Mrs. L. R. Varser," veiflr
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Southport, Nov. 17
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un Ka-.-o o f r-o;irr Hton. a wGii , Known vouner
1U1 ii J o at via v Liainuit, i ' , v v o :
camps to De sent at an eany aate. - ! Oliver went to Raleigh to attend a
tThe organization has just sent in; The ceremony was performed by Red Cross meeting Friday and Satur
the Thanksgiving donations which : te pastor, Rev. Euclid McWhorton, day
consists ot 42 quarts oi jeny, jam ana m1-the presence of many relatives and, Mr. Ed Floyd and familv moved to
the sayings of
lull attendance of the members, and
a very pleasant evening spent.
Mrs. W. Houston Moore, of Wil
mington, spent last Sunday with her
sister. Miss Elizabeth Moore.
Mrs. M. H. Wooten, who is teach
ing near Calypso, snent last week-end
Mr. John R. Barden, who has been
on a business trin through thp South.!
snent a few Hnv with his familv hpre! Greensboro;
the past week.
Mr. t. B. Massey, after a business
Trip to Kentucky, is spending some
time in town.
Euripides on their billboards and quot
ed him as favoring suffrages
The music of the ancient theatre
was inferior to that of today, he said,
and dancing has become a lost art
with the Greeks. It always was . de
signed as an expression of thought.
Governor and Mrs. Bickett Thurs
day afternoon had as their guests at
luncheon. Judge William P. Bynum, of
Clement C. Manly, of
Winston-Salem; A. Wilton McLean, of
Lumberton. These attorneys were
here attending the meeting of the ex
ecutive committee of the North Car
olina Bar Association which had un-
Miss Laura Mnrnhv Faison of F'ai-
5on. was the guest of Miss Susie dertaken the moblization of the North
Faison on last week.
young friends at bridge at her home
on George street, south. After an j
evening pleasantly spent in playing
bridge, delicious re freshments were
served. Miss Borden's guests were
Misses Ruth Neely, of Helena, Ark.;
Mary Dortch, Mary Michaux, Leah
Slaughter, Ethel Miller, Amy and
Viola Joseph, Allie Freeman, Ruth
Bizzell, Eunice Borden,' Mary Cleaves
Daniels, Sarah Borden, Sarrah Kor
negay. Mary Allen, Virginia Borden,
Mrs. E. R. Warren.
Friends and relatives in this city
were notified of the death in Farm-
ville this week of the two-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. "E. P. Spence, who
Mrs. Rachel Brown and Mrs. An
na Moore, of Kenansville, have arriv
ed to make their home with Mr. and
Mr-.. riarence Brown.
Mr. James Barden is on a business
trip to Missouri.
Carolina attorneys for service relative
to the draft. They will be-the central
committee of the State, Judge J. S.
Manning, attorney general, being
member of that committee.
?vlrs. Bickett entertained the Worn
formerly resided in Goldsboro, where
they have many young friends.
The Senior Philathea class of St.
Paul Methodist church held their reg-
a,i mar mummy uusiness meeung rri-
da.y evening at the home of Mrs. F.
S. Saleeby. After several important
business matters had been disposed
of the guests were served with light
refreshments by the hostess.
The annual community tag day
preserves and, will soon begin on the
Donations for the month of No
Mrs. C. M. Ward, 1 quart canned
peaches, 1 fuart peach preserves;
Mrs. W. D. Mears. 1 quart peach pre
serves; Mrs. I. B. Regan, 1 quart
sweet pickle peaches, 1 quart peach
preserves, 1 quart grape preserves;
Mrs. M. F. Regan, 1 quart apple jelly,
2 quarts canned pc-aches, 2 quarts
pear pickles; Mrs. M. B. Ksllihan, 1
quarts peach preserves :r' Mrs. N, A.
quarts peacr preserves ; Mrs: N. A. jyorte
Nance. 2 quarts peach prsrves? Mrs
Charlie Jones, 1 quart pear picKies;
Mrs. L. M. Johnsop., 1 quart canned
peaches; Mrs. M. P. Williamson, 1
quart pear pickle; Mrs. Archie Mc
Lelland, 1 quart jelly; Mrs. C. E.
Williamson, 2 quarts canned apples;
Mrs. J. R. Williamson, 1 quart chow
chow pickles: Mrs. Floyd Johnson,
1 quart pickles; Mrs. I. B. Isgit, 1
quart pear, preserves; Mrs. W. S. Bal
lord 1 nuart erane preserves; Mrs.
J. W. Baldwin, 1 quart peach pre
serves; Mrs. J. W. Griffon. 1 quart
grape jelly; Mrs. A. L. Griff en, 1
quart pear preserves; Miss Katharine
Covington, 1 quart pear preserves;
Miss Minnie Williamson, l quart cu
cumber pickles, 1 quart pear pickles
Mrs. R. J. Inman, 1 quart peach pic
kle; Mrs. Elmo NanceT 2 quarts grape
preserves Mrs. J. L. Williamson, i
ouarts canned apples; Mrs. W. R
Carter, 1 quart canned pears; Mrs.
Charlip Nance. 1 quart fig preserves;
Mrs. W. D. McLelland, 1 quart peach
preserves; Mrs. Wilson Williamson,
1 quart grape preserves; Mrs. Homer
Avant, 1 quart canned apples.
Seven yards homespun, J. A. Wil
liams; one card safety pins, J. L. Wil
liams; one card safety pins, Wilson
friends and the young couple went at their new home in Lumberton Wed
once at it's culmination to the union nesday.
passenger station wheje they boarded , Quite a number of our folks attend
a Northbound train. ! efl the fair in Lumberton last week.
. After spending several days at New Mr. Barney Stephens is visiting his'
Yprk and Washington they will, re- son, Mr. M. A. . Stephens. :
turn to New Bern and make their; Mr. Williams 'Adams, of Whiteville,
home here. - " ' spent a few days this week ' with his.
. Mrs. Frank Simpson has been call- mother, Mrs: Sarah Adams. . '
eel to Bowden, N. C, on account of -the?- ' . ; v - ' " "
illness of her nephew. - j. Stockyard figures gathered by the
Miss Charlotte Davis-has returned ' Food AdminJLstravtion ; show v that 73.3
from a-visit with friends at Beaufort, f per cent of the carved slaujtniered at
tMr. andr Mrs ..JST, h. .Henderson
local public library Which is fostered:." i
by the Club. At this annual gather .
the library. Mrs. Annie O. Robinson k :
presided. E. B. Stevens, Esq.; and.f; '- i
Rev. J. M. Bynum, who were present, ' i
made . short talks. Mesdames. J. . 31"'
Adkins and Robert Stride were " the -
hostesses of the afternoon and served y ,; . i
dainty war time lunches.
At the same meeting .a Christmas , ;
box was packed to be sent to ,M4ss , f .:
Susie Williams, a Southport . girl," who i t : '
is a Red Cross nurse . In France. ;" She I
went with a Red CrosV unit from Newlrh '!
York'- She, v writes; thajtr shev' wanti -V "
to .knowvof any Brunswick countyfl)oySv; . ; i
j'nine large packing points in this coun- who. may be . sent to France so . sh6 ? ; ;
this year were m
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Dep'ti r Stores
The Allies should be thankful that
Americans eat turkey for their
Thanksgiving Day feast instead of
an's Auxiliary' of Christ Church and
The v. m r ramnais-n wax be-'the Church ot the Good Shepherd yes-
Kun hero Mondav nie-htwith a mpet-1 terday afternoon. They were invited
ing in the Preshvtprinn rhnrrh- at'to the Executive Mansion
which Rov r vrn r -rk tv.t, Miss Lindley general secretary of
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son and other local speakers made
urrfinnc i reasurer. ui iNew i urit .
RalpiVh hParr! -with intprpst. the mar-ito secure SUbScribtions of $5,000.
riage of Miss Susannah Busbee, daugh
tflaressps. rnnmittpps wptp nnnoint-
, rl fo assist in raising the $2,200 that
Duplin County's allotment.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
-Mdleton, who live a few miles from
here, are congratulating them on the
prizes they received recently at the
f'oin Show in Wilmington, and the
section generally is feeling proud oft
for the Goldsboro. Hospital will be
auxiliary, and Mrs. Alexander, United held next Tuesday, when the solicit
Off erine- Treasurer, of New York . inS committees of young ladies trust
young ladies of this city. Accoman
w throp of Wavne county's most
experienced . hunters and a pack or
hounds that would stir the blood of
any sportsman, 1 the troupe went ou
their way. Two . fine. 'possums were
bagged, and those engaging in the
sport were Misses uixie rmouu, "
ginia Borden. Mary Pope, Maggie Pow
ell, Eleanor Crabtree, Louise Powell,
ManrlP Ormond. Messrs. Clem John-
Ed. cnanman. ira
The Tuesday Afternoon Bridge Club ' rtn Rob ciafk. Ernest 'Lashley
ter of Mrs. Charles M. Busbee. and;was cnarmingiy emenaineu m;s wees Ch aDeroneg Mr. and Mrs. U. n. rai
Lieutenant Charles Jones, of theUnU-!"? JV,I- s weu ul ub: uuuie. uu nd Mrs Tom wniteneia
ed States Navy, Thursday in Norfolk.
The wedding came as a surprise to
Miss Busbee's friends, but her mother!
and sister. Miss Florence Busbee, at-
'noir Stirrer: a c- tended the ceremony. Lieutenant
iv, s A silver-lace Wyandotte hen'Jhes is stationed at Norfolk. He has
raised by Mrs. Middleton, won the ivisited Raleigh. Mrs. .Jones is a
Sween taVn r.r;,n nn 4h.AAimember of the distineuished Busbee
1 " ' k ' U l X LiZ Ul (OtJ.UU U1CL 1.111 CC1 - - '
nn sixtv comDetitors. whUe .fanuiy oi n-aieigti anu uue ui iuv iy
w, pnz(,s were given for vinegar,
and farm products.
Park Avenue. After an interesting v,oi Miller, who has been
game of bridge was played dainty j .citiJ in wilmineton. has returned
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reiresnmems were servea tne guests,
who were Mesdames Williams Spicer,
Paul Borden, William Smith, E. G.
Hihes, W. S. O'B, Robinson, E. W.
Vick. A. A. Joseph. E. M. Land, W.
H. Smith, Miss Sallie Kirhy.
Wednesday evening a number of
Mrs. A. B. Spicer has returned to
the city from a visit to, relatives and
friends in Raleigh.
alar girls of the city.
Mrs. Josephus Daniels, Raleigh and
Washington, and Miss Amy Smith,
' . . ... a. -. . . ri nuroraarv
. Koiirn at antic uie n hjxpciitivp rsecre-, w
. I tarv of the Y. W. C. A. will sneak at have Mr. and Mrs. Brinkley absent
M. c. A. Sunday afternoon in
friends gave Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W.
Brinkley a ' surprise house" party, the
occasion being their 36th wedding an-
Arrangements were made
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Fayetteville, N. C, Nov. 17. Mrs.
' Marshall West has as her guest,
i'-r sister. Miss Ida King, of Baltimore
4 the interest of the war work of tlje
4, '4,jL;nristian associations.
liovernor ana Airs. tJicKett ana sev
eral Raleigh friends of Superintendent
Collie, of the State's prison, were
guests Wednesday evening at the first
presentation of moving picture shows
Great .to the prisoners
-.iss Margaret Huske,
'. k, .. y.
home nf M,. 11 1 tt 1- ' m ti i 1 r a i n weeTr
" ' . 1 f 11 tvi : -j . rs. it iiMKt. ' 1 :t iiKit:KM hull a3 wuiiKa. liciiiiv clij.
here visiting at the) The pictures were seen by about
MrsA William -H. Williams,, of
Greeusboro, ;was a; visitor in Golds
boro this week " with friends here,
and left Wednesday to visit friends
on Rocky Mpunt.
Mrs. H. L.. Finalyson, of New York,
and daughter, Mrs. Eugene Cannon,
of Concord, are in the city visiting
relatives and . friendg.
f -m. their home long enough for the
din'ng room to be decorated and the
tab" spread with many delicious re
freshments, and when- the couple re
turned home this surprise awaited them ! Mrs Dr M . -E. Robinson returned
and C-e joyous festivities began amid borne Thursday from a visit to friends
Dr. J. R. Parker, of Burlington,
formerly of this city, as a cordially
and, relatives in Summit, N. J
A Cl-ristmas fund of over $50Q was
id visitor - in Goldsboro
IlSs Alice PpmWtnn Viaa rptnrn-ltho timo-Rprvprs within tho lawwa Tiprp
ffl after a long visit at Black Moun-,in Raleigh, being allowed to see these
lin. pictures. They will constitute a reg-
lp on a Visit with hpr narpnt.R.
md Mrs. J. R. McNeill. I Without more, meat and fat from
Hal p. Elliott, of Louisville Amprica tb Allies have received in
J , is here visiting her father, Capt.j'the past three- years, they" cannot re-
D- McNeill. , : t main in fighUng trim.
Mrs. F B. Borden and daughter,
Miss Elizabeth, have. re turned home
from . a visit in Richmond.
One of th most enjoyable social
Wilmuigton, N. C. Lumberton, N. C.
These two days are of great importance to the dry goods buying public. ' We S
are making a specialty of putting on oiir bargain counters the. every day household SS,
necessities, such as sheeting in all widths, bleachings and domestics, percales and y
ginghams. Remember that today you can get amply supplied from our dry
goods stock. Buy and anticipate your wants before a real shortage may overtake ;i:
SANTA CLAUS WILL GET HIS TOYS AT OUR STORE .
Our force of sales people are at your service. They will gladly assist you in , w
making your Christmas shopping easy and make suggestions. We have presents, j
here for young and old A big line of gloves in all colors both for men, ladies and,;-8s
children- prices from $1.00 a pair to $2.50, Secure your size now. . - 5
American made Baby Dolls with bells and nipples both long and short dresses, ; ;
also sleeping dolls. " PricesK25;to$2.98, Friction toy sf-the : toys for boys-
the large Red Railroad Engine, the large Battleship the Auto the Ambulance J
the Sand toys, a nice present for little girta
Andy, prices from 50 cents up. V
Several different styles of
eloci pedes, Farm Wagons, Large Autos; all 85
Flll raW;at n'A PratVtKiila'for.Q nrir's from SZ.4o UD. Lots OI W .
games and 5c ; and 10c articles Santa Claus will be as $5obd to you as ever; Write ,gv:
him a letter care of our store we will see. that he gets it. - , v ; SS
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H O E
this- r'-i'l for presents, to De. sent to spi-
diers in France this Week by the tot-
i - M JjAn -nr1- A. vri lofa
lOWing yUUIlg ittU4C3, YTWV ixicujw ia
of the local chapter of the Red Cross:
Miss Sarah Borden, Mrs. Wm. Spicer, X
Misa Magrfex Powell, Miss Mary
events of th -nt season was a Cleaves Daniels,, Miss natue. uninn,
'posaurn hunt, which' proved a most Miss Hattie' Dewey, 'Miss Lola Best,
novel affair, given, this week, by Miss . Viola. Joseph, Mrs. J. , Tipton,
Messrs. Robert Clark and Ernest Mrs. H. R -Mason Mrs. Sam Modre,
Lashley; complimentary ; to ; several i Mrs. James Kyle, ' .
" A shipment of Tan English Walking Shoes for Boys, sizes 3 to 7, rnade of
dark mahogany leather the shoe you have been looking for only $4.50r
k, Stores 'b-.
1 j; W. H. Fuchs'. Cash
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