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- . -i - . : : BOClAL CIRCLE ' Mr. H. A Draper of Henderson Is visiting at M. T. B. Alderson's. a v Mrs. Jno. A. Mills and children arc spending & while at Jackson Springs. S 0 S Mr. 'Ed. H. Alderson of Chicago is visiting his parents on North Blood-worth street. i Dr. Delia Dixon-Carroll has as her guest her niece. Miss Louise Dixon of New York. O S Miss Allice Jones of Goldsboro has gone to Chapel Hill after visiting friends here for a few days. 0 Miss Julia Robertson has returned to 1 Charlotte after spending a while with her aunt. Mrs. A. B. Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Crawford have gone to the western part of the state to spend a few weeks. t 0 S Mrs. J. B. Crudup is in the city from Kittrell to spend a while with her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Rogers. 0 Mrs. M. L. Wood of Willinmspoit, Pa., who has been visiting her iousin. Mrs. W. W. Willson, has returned home. S 0 S Mr. Geo. Allen has gone to Black Mountain to spend a few days with Mrs. Allen who is spending the summer there. $ 0 3 Miss Annie oFy was here yesterday from New Bern on her way to the western part of the state to spend some time. fc r Capt. and Mrs. T. W. Davis and Misses Penelope and Loula Davis have returned from Burlington where they spent some time with Mrs. Holt. $ 0 S Miss Joanna Hall MacMillan of Wilmington is in the city for a few days with her Sisters, Mrs. William J. Martin and Mrs. Claude E. Matthews. She is stopping now with Mrs. Matthews on Blount street. She is on her way to the western part of the state to spend several weeks. 0 i A Runaway Affair. The story of a Gretna Green affair has just come out, although the date was last Tuesday night. At that time there appeared a good looking but ratner rngntenea ana apprenensive young couple at the Northside Drug Store. The nervous young man explained that he was William Wilburn and that the young lady with him was Miss Esther Williams, and that they wanted to get married as soon as possible and were in search of some one . alined to tie the knot. A messenger was hurriedly sent across the street to he residence of Justice of the Peace D. G. rnn, who responded at once, and in the presence of a little gathering of people performed the solemn ceremony that made a happy man and wife, who received the congratulations of all present. Mr. Wllbum has a good position in the Raleish Cotton Mill. Y U)CAL BRIEF Mr. Fred Harding was taken to Rex Hospital this morning suffering from fever. The shoe firm of Perry & Rosenthal dissolved partnership today. Mr. Herbert G. Rosenthal buys out the interest of Mr. J. D. Perry. Rev. J. L. Foster Is about again, after the accident by which he broke his left arm. He expects the arm to be all right in a day or two. Rev. R. H. Whitaker went to Franklin county this morning to preach the funeral of W. J. Harris this afternoon. The death occurred yesterday morning. Sheriff P. H. Marsh burn was here this morning to deliver to the peniten tiary Norman Largert, a negro who I will serve seyen years for killing another negro. Governor Glenn is expected to re- ' turn to the city tomorrow from Guilford College, where he addressed the yearly meeting of the friends. He also spent several hours in Salisbury. Col. W. J. Hicks, superintendent of the Masonic orphanage at Oxford, spent the day m iuu city. He says there are 378 orphans registered at the institution. About one-third of them are away just now on vacations. Mrs. C. R. Justice Dead. A telegram to friends hero this morning: told briefly of the death in Ruther-fordton this morning- of Mrs. C. B. Justice, -wife of the Baptist minister of that place. No particulars were given. MARRIAGE INVITATIONS CORRECTLY AND PROMPTLY ENGRAVED SEND FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES I P STEVENS ENGRAVING CO., ENGRAVERS 4T Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga. RALEIGH : SAVINGS : BANK JOHN T. PULLEN, President. onpoulu over 9050,000, and this bank has paid oat to depositors about $150,000 in Interest FSB CENT INTEREST PAID OH DEPOSITS. MOKSX TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AND APPROVED COL" LA7SBBAL. Mozley's Lemon Elixir. THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE For Constipation, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sour Stoma .n, Colic, Dizziness, Headache and anything caused by a disordered I,ivcr. Removes " That Drowsy Feeling " by putting your digestive organs to work, increasing your appetite, and, in fact, makes you feel like a "JtEW MiJt." SOc. and SI.OO pe Sort; at ail Drug Stores. One Dose Convince. PERSONALS. Mr. J. R. Purcer of Charlotte arrived in the city last nisht, Mr. William M. Speed of Durham spent the day here on business. Mr. A. E. Akers of Henderson is in the city on business registered at the Yarborough. C. W. Young. Jr., went to Franklin county yesterday to spend a few days in the country. MERCANTILE CO. AND SOAP FACTORY. Charters were issued today for a mercantile company for Brockton in Scot land county and a soap factory al High Point. The mercantile company is the Brockton Trading Co., $tt)0,000 capital authorized and $10,f00 subscribed by A. J. McKinnon of Maxton, J. T. Johns of Johns Station and others. The soap factory is the Steele Soap Manufactur- I i : - V U. UL ITIgll L I l III, J.",lJV't7 WUk Ll', authorized and $&,Q00 subscribed by R. W. Gray, D. F. MaddocU ami others. COM'R NICHOLS MOVES OFFICE T'nited States Commis Nichols is moving his otll little frame building next to the Klks' Temple to the federal building. After noxt Monday tne moonship 'Tribulation Hall." as 3 call the commission er's office, will be cm the third tlooi of the federal building, tp the north of tho court room. These Are a Im'v Bargains That J. B. Green Company are offering: Meat 10c. pound, Ch.-ese 15c Sugar .(.. Arpuckle Coffee tflc, Meal 32'c peck. 12 pounds; White Fish 5 c, Picnic Hants 12'jr.. Lem-ons 17C, do;'... Salmon tOc. can. Table Peaches 12 Vic. can. Parched Peanuts BC, quart. Brown Sugar Tic. Honey Drips 10c. can. Roe Herrings j 25c. doz.. Boasted Coffee U&c; to j 35c, Country Graham .Flour. Rice I 7 c. Mackerel, I for 250.; 5 c I Washing Pon der 3c,, Codfish 10c. It will pay you to give us a trial. .J. B. GREEN CO. All 'Phones. HAVE YOU TRIED LAED Purely Vegetable. QUINCES FOR Preserves AND Jellies Large and Sound 50c. A PECK W. C. STROXACH'S SONS CO. CHARLES ROOT Cashier. THE RALEIGH ' ' 1 NATIONAL FIREMEN'S ASSOC'N. MEETS AUGUST 14, 15, 16, President Jas. D. McNeill , of the National Firemen's Association reminds Norih Carolina firemen that the convention of the national body will meet in Roanoke, Va., next Tuesday, August 14, and will continue through the 16th. Tho railroad fare is one'fare plus 25c. for the round trip. President McNeill says the session will be a very Important one to the fire service) and lie hopes that the attendance from Norl'i Carolina will bo large and representative. COL. SANDER'S GRANDSON DIED IN SALISBURY. Died yesterday, the 9th instant, at Salisbury, William Saunders Bacot, grandson of Col. and Mrs. Win. J. Saunders of this city. His death was caused by an operation for appendicitis. His remains were sent to Baton Rogue yesterday. He was a bright, brilliant boy of eighteen years. .MADE FORTUNE FROM WRECK. Million Dollar Profit for the Purchaser of the Australia. A fortune was acquired by the purchase of the P. & (). steamer Australia, which cost rr0.000 pounds to build and went ashore at the entrance of Port Philip Hay. a short distance from Melbourne. The vessel itself was subsequently put up a auction, and1, as the South China Morning Post tells the : story, was purchased by a Melbourne i draper, now the Hon. J. (J. Aikman, ' for the modest sum of 290 pounds, The cargo left by the underwriters on the wreck was also knocked down to him for a furtreh 60 pounds. ! After much trouble Mr. Aikman sue ceeded In getting divers to work on the wrecked liner, and before long ho had the pleasure of seeing the decks idled with cargo. All ( kisses of gpp9s were represented, including drapery, hardware, electro-plated ware, enamel ! ware, and band instruments. , Ten tons of Muntz metal, taken out of the vessel in less than a day, real- . fl fl Nine hundred tons of bar iron, bar steel, tool steel, and shear steel were recovered from the wreck (and were sold a tan II verago of 10 j pounds a ton. Mr. Aikman also got 740 tons of galvanized iron anil forty tons of steel during the tirst operations. During the second operations on the Australia, a little later. 219 tons of nor John brass, copper ami gun metal were re-from the covered, and 1,96b tons of srap east iron were obtained from the engine and cither eastings on board. Five tandem and four Tangye engines and a large quantity of pig iron were also got from the wreck. The four propeller blades, which consisted either of phosphor or manganese bronze, and Which weighed fourteen tons altogether, were taken from the steamer, and realized 1.000 pounds as old metal. It is estimated thai Mr. Aikman's profits from the wreck approach 900,000 pounds. SPECIAL RATES VIA SEABOARD AIR LINK RAILWAY. Monteagle, Teun. Woman's Cor-gress, July 30th-August 20lh. One first class fare plus 25 cents for round trip. Lexington, Ky. National Grand Lodge United Brothers of Friendship and Sisters of tho Mysterious Ten, July 3 0th-August 3rd. One first class fare plus 25 cents for round trip. Milwaukee, Wis. Grand Aertie, Fraternal Order of Eagles, August 14th-18th. One first class fare plus $2.00 for round trip. For detailed information as to rates, schedules, dates of sale, limits, etc. address your Ticket Agent or the undersigned. C. H. GATTJS, Traveling Passenger Agent Raleigh, N. C. NOTICE OK KALE. By virtue of authority given In n mortgage from H. H. Blanchard, recorded in Register's office of Wako ; county in book ITS. at page 20, I " ill I pell on Saturday, the 15th day of Scp-! tember, 190G, the tract of land described in said mortgage, the same being situate In Middle creek township, said ! county of Wake, and bounded as follows: ! Beginning at a gum on Rencln's branch. J, R. McLean's corner, and I runs with the line of his 25 a'rc tract of land west 15 chains 36 links to B pine, his corner in Or. W. H. Rowland's line: thence with Ids line south 2 degrees west is chains 75 links to a sweet gum. Or. Rowland's corner, on the north hank of Terrible creek: thence down the channel of said creek about .10 chains and 50 links to the mouth of I Renche's branch; thence up the chan- i nel of said branch to the beginning. Containing 15 acres, more or less. j Time nf sale, 12 o'clock m. Place f sale, court-house door of j WakP county. Terms of sale. cash. Sale to be made at public auction. MARY E. PARTING i This Aug. 10. 1906. Mortgagee. Notice of Dissolution. Thfs is to give notice to the public that the copartnership of Perry & Rosenthal has this day been rlisjnlved by-mutual consent. Herbert Ci. Rosenthal having purchased all of the Interest of J. D. Perry in the copartnership business. All sums due by creditors to the firm will be paid to the said Herbert G. Rosenthal, and all debts due by the firm have been assumed by Herbert O. Rosenthal and will he paid by him. HERBERT O. ROSENTHAL,. J. D. PERRY. This Aug. 10, 1906. TAN OXFORDS Always Look Well. Easy to keep clean, wear well, look well. Just a few pairs for men and women, worth $3.50, $4 and $5 to close at $2.50 PERRY & ROSENTHAL. EVENING TIMES, FRIDAY, ..ILL." """ B . - . J LIVELY TIMES AT THE v SEASHORE HOTEL. The Warm Weather is Driving Poo-yle to the Coast in Droves. A letter from Manager Joe H. Hinton, of the Seashore Hotel, Wrightsville Beach, states he has perfected every arrangement to make August the banner month of the many years he has managed j this favorite resort. Additional ac-commodaUons have been added to make every guest of the Seashore Hotel perfectly comfortable, as well as additional amusement features will be added to the many beach attractions found nowhere else except at the Seashore Hotel. If you are tired of the hot weather and wish to spend a few days at a place where there's life, extra fins accommodations and plenty of good things to eat, properly prepared, go to the Seashore Hotel. You'll not ho disappointed. SEABOARD EXCURSION Weldon to Raleigh on Shoo-Fly Friday, August lTth. Low per capita rates. Raleigh, Durham to Norfolk, August 2S-30. Round rip rate $.5.00. Weed-End rate to Wilmington $1.50. Good on regular trains Saturdays and Sundays, returning Tuesdays. C. H. GATTIS, T. P. A., Raleigh, N. C. Beautify the Complexion N TEN DAYS. Nadinola The UN EQUAL ED BCAUTir-ICR.cn- I dorscil by thoujands; guaranteed to remove rrecUes. piffles. !I facial discOiorat:cn9 and restore the beauty of youth. The wct caw, in twer.:;' t'ays. SCc. ar.J $1.00 at all leaJin!,' drug s'.or.v, or by mail PrejurKl bj NATIONAL TOILET CO.. Pb, Torn For S:ile by KING-CROW E Mj DRUG CO. NOTHING LIKE IT PERFUMED TOILET AMMONIA Will adil .-d!ie'' I'ent to (lie pleasure and comfort of your bath. Not too liisAlj scented is just right, and frWen once used will never bathe without it. you 25 CENTS. HICKS' Drug Stores NEW STOCK TOI5ACCO. I have just received n fine lot of the very choicest tobaccos. Including tl- very bcsl Havana, for Cijrnr mole in?; and the uew product is now on the market, ns well as the highest grede of well, matured Cigars that ever sold at . cents. BOX TIIADE A SPECIALTY. A3. V.SANDERFORD NEXT TO ItOYLAN-PEAKCE CO. LISTEN! Bon't you want to look neat?' Then let us have your laundry. Our work is guaranteed. Give us a trial and be convinced. TOR si Raleigh Steam Laundry A. CRINKLFY, Proprirtor AUGUST 10, 1906. ' '' '','''- Sfc Tho Kind Ton Hai'o Always in use for over .10 years, a?id 'ZT'j-. sonal Allow St . All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Jnst-aK-jrootl" aro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience affaiust Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute' for Castor Oil, Pnrc-gbric, Irojs and Soothing Syrups. Jt is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic; substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowei , giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's P'-.iiacca The Mother's Friend. GENURNE Bears the S3 The Kind You Ha?e Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMt ecNTAun owrffit, tt hurray ithiit, an WMWWrt, r EYES BOTHER YOU THIS HOT WEATHER? Glare, heat and dust are prolific causes of eye trouble in summer. The smarting and soreness of-the lids may be only temporary, in which ease eye protectors a full assortment here will effectual? help to prevent further Irritation. On the other hand the irritated condition may Is- aggntvatd symptoms of some trouble of a serious nature, and a competent optician should be consulted. Do not hesitate to call upon however slight with your eyes. H. MAHLERS' SONS Jewelers - - R.aleigh IS. C, BETTER WORK THAN EVER tidious. OAK CITY STEAM LAUNDRY A New Shipment of Glassware ICE TEAS, CLARETS, WINES, HOLLO WSTEM CHAM PAGN ES, SHERBETS, COCKTAILS, HIGHBALLS, CHAMPAGNE ICE CREAMS, &e WILLIAMS 127 EaycttevUle St-, IF YOU A NICE ROAST. A NICE STEAK. A NICE PIECE STEW. A NICE CUT OF VEAL. Call us at all times and we will be glad to serve you with the best of meats. Yours very respetfull y, Robbins9 Cash Grocery. ALL 'PHONES 88. ELIZABETH COLLEGE AND CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC. . CHARLOTTE, N. C A HIGH GRADE COLLEGE FOR YOUNG WOMEN. TEACHERS Experienced teachers from leading Anterican and Euro-peon Universities and Conservatories. BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS Fireproof building. Park compos 20 acres overlooking city. College plant $250,000.00. SEPARATE' BUILDING for Conservatory of Music and Faculty of Specialists who give all their time1 to Music. Special attention given to Ait and Expression. Catalogue'; Views and information , f urn Is chas. II. KING, President. ' lit d on application, Bought, ad whih has been has borao tho signature of has been miKlo w.dcr his per- f.uncrvlsion Shicc3 its infancy. no one to dcocivo you in this. CASTORIA always Signature of us whenever you nave any iroumi- . rJxncrt examination irec. With our Improved methods we are prepared to : : : : : : : : : : LAUNDER SHIRTWAISTS AND WASHABLE SKIRTS. in a manner that'll satisfy the most fas . . - NOWLAN RALEIGH. N. C. CO. WANT GRINKLEY'S DEPARTMENT STORE 826, 328, 830, 332, 834, . Fayette 'ille Street. RALEIGH, N. C. AUGUST NEWS. The Very Latest. Handy Egg "timer" 5c. Bread Boxes 43c., 50c., 00c. Preserve eKttles, 35c to 75c. Rogers 12 dwt. Knives and Forks $3.00. Beautiful Pictures ijil.OO. Men's Ribbed Seam Drawers 40c. Straw Hats at cut prices. INGERSOLL WATCHES. New Stem Wind Yankee $1.00; Eclipse $1.50; Midget Ladies' Sice $2.00."- " CUT PRICE. CLEARANCE SALE. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. In order to have room for our new fall stock, wo wish to sell out every piece of Summer Goods, and have used the knife very severely In cutting prices. One Table of pretty Flowered Lawns, Organdies, Batistes, etc: 5c, 6c, 7c. Goods cut to 4c. a ward 8 l-2c, 10c, 11c Goods cut to 7 l-2c a yard. 12 l-2c, 15c. Goods cut to 0c. yard 20c, 20c. Goods cut to 15c. a yard. One lot of Mercerized Mulls solid colors Pink, Cream, Red, Navy, Green. 20c. quality cut to 10c. One bale 10 to 20 yard Brown Sheeting, worth 8c. Special price 0 l-4c. Solid Black, Navy and Blue Llneene bultsings, 13 l-2c. grade for 10c. NEW ARRIVALS. Baskets, Bird Cages and Fixtures. Buggy Lap Robes, 60c. R. F. D. Mail Boxes, 75c. Saddles, $2.00, $3.25, $5.00, $6.50. Floor and Table Oil Cloth. A FEW LEFT. Refrigerators, $0.00, $0.50, $11.00. Water Coolers. Lawn Mowers, $3.00. Baby Carriages, $1.75 to $10.00. Ladies' Hats at your price. Rubber Hose, 7 and 9c. a foot. Porch Rockers, $1.25. Lawn Swings, $3-00. Hammocks, 05c. to $2-00. FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, i Bed-room Suits, $10.00 to $30.00. Safes, Tables, Chairs. Sideboards, $0.00, $10.00, $12.50. Just roceived 25 strong woven wire cots, the $1.50 kind for $1.35. Other Cots $1.45, $2.35, $3.00. A word about our Iron Beds: We show them. The prices "do the rest." $2.33 to $10.00. Mattresses, $1.70 to $15.00. Springs, $1.35, $1.50, $1.70, $2.00 $3.25. NOW ON SALE THE OSTERMOOR MATTRESS. Full size, $15.00 delivered. Table and Nursery Chairs. New lot Centre Tables, 75c, $1, $1.25. Imt. Leather Couches, $8. 50, $10.50 Bed Lounges, $7.50. $8.00. $9.00. TRUNK DEPARTMENT. Trunks, 70c to $8.50. Suit Cases, $1.00 to $0.00. Bags, 23c. to $5.00. SHOE DEPARTMENT. Infant's Shoes, 10, 25, 40, 50, 65, 80c. Infant's Red Slippers, 00, 80c. Child's Oxfords, 50, 00, 70, 80c, Misses' Oxfords, 70c, 80c. $1.00, Boys Oxfords, $1.25, $1.75, $2.90. Men's Oxfords, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00. CARPET DEPARTMENT. Carpet, 10, 14, 20, K0, 35, SO, 00c, Rugs, 25c. to $7.00. Art Squares, Mattings, Shades. Foor OH Cloth, 25c. yard. New line of Granite Art Squares. Just the thing for summer. No danger Of moths $1.00, $2.35, $2-85, $3.30, $3.75, $4.75. LAMP DEPARTMENT. We have them from lOe. to $4.00. GLASS WARE DEPARTMENT. Fish Bowls, 35c. to 95c. Fruit Jars and Rubbers. Jelly Tumblers. 25c. doz. CROCKERY DEPARTMENT. Special decorated Toilet Set, 10 pieces, $2-25. STOVE DEPARTMENT. Cook Stoves, $5.50 to $20.00. Steel Ranges, $1$ to $30. , Oil Stoves, 40c, 80c Preserve Kettles. MUSIC DEPARTMENT. Our Special Talking Machine, $15, $20, $25. Victor Talking Machines, $10, $17, $30, $40. Records, Etc. Autoharps, $2.00, $8.00 $5.00. Accordions, $1.25, $2,00, $2.50. Guitars, $2.40, $2 05, $3.25, $5, 87. Banjos, $1, $1.90, $2.90, $5. Mandolins, $1.96, $8, $5. Violins, $1.00, $1.60, $3.25. Cases, Strings, Etc. m

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