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Newbern Social News
| Hpr.-lnl ln 'lli' -l nii.-i ln.|. n.li.1 NKwIlKRN, tt, r. Oi lobi . 10. -Mr, Vf. \i mado and tlatighter, Miss tvey, iihvi gono io Washlngton, t>. C, Mr. i mad ou bUHln6a?, Mlt Ivttf to enter' s, liool, Mr, and Mn t; oi g< i uifty havo re* turned tn tln it home m H vansboro, cii. r s|..--i.iii,i.. n r. .... dfl | - vii Itlng Mrs, Duffy'a pHrenl . Mr, and Mrs. .1. I Mih. Qnorge A Calon and children Have reitirmd home aftsf a visit to ri Ihiivi-s iii sampson i ounly, Air. T, A. Ofeen and family, v, ho HaVe been JpettdlnR the Btimtnei al Ihflr siiliilili't- lioni' Iu Btnck .Mii'in titin. have returned home. Mr, mui Mrs. o, w. Munger ai< i pendlng a week or so wlth relatlves in Phllitdelnltla. Mi a. ( 11 Hlll, wllb luis been Vlslt Ing in ii".I.- county for some tlme, has ii iiii nel home. PERFECT Clcanses, pres _rves anrj bcautifies the teeth, and Purifies the breath A supcrior dentifrice for people of reiinement Establishcd in 1866 by , >' % __. Formerly .1 l.r.i^.ii.i.n v Presbrterikn Church, tl HRS. \VII.M\M GROSSMA-". .rn., Mnry I..l?h Wrld.rr, of IVf.r__iir._r, Vn., ivtaose wrdrilna lo Mr eelebrated .Vi.lii.M_ny, Ort?b. r Tth, ut ft I*. M., Iii Tnbli Strcei lti*v, John 8. I'oiHiT ..iiicintinK. Hopkins Furniture Company. Hopkins Furniture Company. Hopkins Furniture Company. Tempting Bargains! Don't Miss This Chance to Save Money. We're ushering in the month of October with a Marked Down Sale of Furni? ture that promises to eclipse the greatest Furniture bargain event you know of. A number of new lines of Furniture are included in the sale, and all goods are offered at from 25 to 50 per cent. below our regular underselling prices. You can buy on credit. Couches Parlor Suites $16.00 valuo Couch, strongiy cbnstructed, oil tempered SDrings, npholsterod ln velonrs verona. Oak Skleboard, large mlrrors . Chase Leather Couches, solld oak frame, at Leather Couches, extra fine, at only. Elegant Chlffonniers, wlth largo mlrrors. China Closets, oak, hent glass ends. 6-ft. Extension Tables 42x-l2-in. tops; this sale. Largo Pictures .tSc KItchcn Tables.$1 Large Cook Stoves at . Pepinsula Cnst ' Ranges, slx holes, eleganlly trim? med, at. $6.98 $13.25 " $9.85 $19.65 $6.75 $11.75 $4.35 $13.25 nges, slx $23.75 Carpets Granite Ingraln Carpet at, ?j*v per yard, only. OijC Union Ingraln Carpet, at, an per yard, only. 4?5C High Grade Ingraln Car- r*?j pet, per yard, only. i)0C AU-AVool extra* super 85c **f\ grade, at only. 0?$C All Prices Marked in Plain Figures Tempting Bargains. set on the fb much as 40 pt $m.fti-i suit. $35.00 Suit. $30.00 Suit. $25.00 Sult. $20.00 Suit. iff. must sent oi ' ?4r..on 937.30 $33.75 $30.00 $26.75 $22.50 *1S.7.-. 8I.-..00 Ladies' Writing Desks $11.25 $16.90 tpZ&.t/t) Dining-Room Tables Regular $25.00 valu< Regular $35.00 value; price . We have the largest stock atvd every size of Self-Feeders. Round Heaters, Wood, Oil apd Gas Heat? ers, Cooks and Ranges, that balce and heat, Steel Ranges?all guara'i teed. Lanse f.-hole Cook, $0.05. Wood Heaters, $t.!lS. We Are Agents for Loth's New Magic Wood Heaters They Are the Best. Self Feeders and Base Burners Comot, Open Franklln, GooJs Stoves and Steel Ranges. Our prices are tho lowest and terms easy. Regular $50.00 valu price . Solld Oak Ladies' Writing Desk: regular value $9.00; fra iQ I.adies' Mahogany Writlh Desk; regular xjilw SH; pric Regular value $18.00; Stove Department !',.'* ;'.*!!..?.": $7.42 $9.25 price. We have anythlng you want ln this llno at any price 'you want >0 pay. $13. $15 $18 $20 $25 $30 $35 $4 0 $50 E spe Tables . $?.' 00 Tables .$11.: 00 Tables .$13.1 00 Quartered Oak Pedestal Tables .$11. 00 Quartered Oak Cla-wfoot Tables .$17.: 00 Tables .$.22.' 00 Tables .$'jii. 00 Tables .$:m.i 00 Tables .$37.; very Dlnlng'-Room Table at ?ial price. ings .Matting; Bed offerings of extraordln&ry character. Bargalns ?f the great? est magnitude. Over 100 dlfferent patterns and values to solect from, at savlnc: of one-half. * $3.00 Iron Beds at.$!??* $5.00 Iron Beds at.$3.'i"it $10,00 Iron Beds at.$U.0S $12.00 Chlld's Iron Crlbs at,...$-4.0S Price. 12/4C Regular 30c Matting; |/J[/ 23c price. . AU/2C Regular 40c and 50c Mat? ting; price . Don't Miss This Opportunity to Save Money 7 and 9 West Broad Street. THE CHEAPEST CASHOR CREDIT STORE IN THE CITY. Six Great Stores Throughout the State. We pay freight on all goods to be de livered within one hundred miles of this store and make no charge for packing. 107 East Broad Street. [illinery Exhibition Days Foreign Model Hats and Hats from Our Own Workrooir.8. ri_ most extraordinary display ever made, in an endless variety. Newspapcr advertising can't do justicc to our showing. How can we describe 1,500 hats, no two alike, and each one a beauty? Only one Way to know about this display?come and see it. Mr. Rcinach has just returned from the northern markcts and will begin to-morrow to show every con ceivable idea in the Millinery kingdom. Some hats are exact reproductions of Paris models?many of them are improved, and a great number were designed by our own clever artists. See the hats. They'11 delight you. $7.50 to $10 will not buy better Millinery in any store outside of this establishment. A cordial invilation to all. We would advise coming now. Delay will be serious if you want hats which positively are clever and smart looking not seen anywhere. Now is the time to come. ,'fhe Week at the Ivlecklenburg. [Sp_cl.fi lo The Tlmes-Dli pati h.] THE MKCKI.ENBUR0 HOTEL ! i'liASi-; CITY, VA., October 10.? j Kverythlng will so.ui t,.- in readln.KK , for the two great meets soon to be I heid hen?the National Beagle Club : of Ameriea, Mr. W. Q, Hochcfeller, president; Charles R. Stcvenson, sec? retary, on October 23d, lasting ten Every one haa _ most cordial ; lnvitation to be present at this meet. [ whethel members of tlie olub or not. ! The annual meet or the Vlrglnlu-Car I ..Hna Kox-Huntera' Association will come dlrectly after thls on November : 4th, and will he a week of micial en .oyment, as well aa one of rare pleas j ure f"r lhe sportsmen. Many hand ? ? ? have been sertl in, among ter tbe longest chase. Somi ol thoi u-tio will bi :..-:?? are Mi Pi M. i Richmond, Va.i Mr. and .Mrs T. Gllbet fearson, Qreennboro, tf. C; Mr?. Buf won. Baltlmore; Mr. w. 11. Bngle] Ralelgh, tt. C: Mla? Lizzie Bdmondi Charlotte Courthouse, Va.; Mr. R. I Carr, Durham, tt. C; Mr. J. B. Chas taln. N'ew York. Mlss'Clara C. Capelmrt, Avoca, > C, left thls week to return later fo the fox-hunt. Mrs. Ooorgo F. Archer, a ver i liarming repreaentatlve from Greot ville, Miss., Is spending some tim Iiere. .Mr. and Mrs. XV. C. Rradsher, n Durham. N. C., old frlends of th Mecklenburg, recelve.1 b warm wel come tb: ' ? ? lt, aml wlll remain fo an Indeflnite period. ter Buell Cooke, who ls attend Ing Trlnity Scbool at Durham, =per the week end with his parents here; Dr. B, C. Lalrd haa Jual returrife rrom the Internatlonal Tuberculosl fonference at Waahlngton, and ls ver ing- It the grandeat thlng l:e has eve .-ut.-nded. Somo rif those regletered here ar W. AV. Bagley, Ralelgh. n. c.: II. I tucureerj Chai leg _ lln-u n, Jantea .1. Urlnkiey, Rlchmond Va./ li. V. Thomas, J. H. Wiison, C. E. Crabbe, Ualtlmore; C. J. I-"aulknor, lii.vdt.m. S. h. Short, Petersburg; .1. E. ? Puckott, Burkeville; H. B. Chsmberlaln Dur? ham, Ni C; James P. Taylor, Clarkes ville. Va.; Marlon B. Jennings, York ville. H. C.; MrH. Oeorge K. Areher, Greenvllle. Mlss.; Julian Price, Nor? folk; T. l*\ Pettus, Jr., Wllson, N. C; 11. C. Thrower, N. V.; J. E. Bouldln. Danvllle, Vtu; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Uradaher, Durhnm; K. L. Wilklns, Lynchburg; 11. Wrlght. Klenmonn. ;i Buena Vista Social News. ?1 [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] BUENA vista. VA., October 10. .1 Misses Loulst Merlwether, Sallle John-I t son, Carolyn Harlan, Mary Blchei. I and carollne H_r_wlck have returned from Lynchburg, where tie ?>? attondi d the falr and the "Merry Wldow." Mr... E, L. Kmbree ls visltlng at llollins Institute. Miss Mary t ilasgow has returned! from a Vlslt to Lynchburg. Mr. II. R, Prlchard, of Foter.sburg.; ls tlie guesl i>f liis uncle, Mr. N. B. ? -"rlchard. Miss Eva Hamllton ls visltlng Mrs. Edlnund Randolph. Mrs. Mary I'nnningham, who ls vislt? lng her son, Mr. J. 11. Cunningham. is .uite slck. Mr. Henry Cunningham has secured a position In Lynchburg, and left Mon? day to assume hls dutles. Katherine. the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wright. is 111 wlth meniugitis. Mr. W. T. Paxton. who has been 111 with typliold fever, Is slowly improv ing. t Miss Mamle Hodges returned Mon? day from a vlslt to Mrs. N, A. Rees at "l-'alr Vlew," her lovely country home. -Mrs. Charles Jordan aml Miss Mabel Jordan returned from a vlslt to frl__.-nd.-i in Roanoke. Mr. Ruisell Wllson and Mr. Horace Lackay Were guests Sunday of Mr. w. h. Lackay. Hon. Hugh White. of Lexlngton, spent Tuesday in the cltv. Mr. II. H. Wlllis spent several davs thls week at Amherst Courthouse on professloi al business. Mr. II. S. Rucker's little son. Harry, Is conflned to the house wlth bronchttls, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Parker and lit? tle son will leave this week for Call? fornla to spend the winter Mr. Herbert Mills, who spent several days ln Lynchburg, returned Monday. ?-??.-. Gordcnsville Social News. f Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch. 1 GORno_._VII.__E, VA., O.-tober 10.?MUs Annle Davenpon Is on a vlslt to relatlvei In Rlchmond. ? Mr. ani Mra Holmes McMurran. after a p;c____int stay of some daya wlth the Conmefa sliter, Mrs. w. o. Blakey, hav. returned to theh- home ln Nowporl Newi, Mr. II. P. Clowea left Wednesday for Prcfftt, where he has several bouaea t _. palnt. Mr. E. F. Fabor hns accepted a position nn the Virglnla Air Llne Railway between Oi rdonavllle an.l Strathmore, Serpeant R, G. Watklns and family aro visltlng relatlves in Rlchmond and attend ing the falr. Mr. E. [!. Hu-hos Is tilii,.;; Mr. Watklna'a posltlon whlle iu* is away Mlss Mabel Glllum has returned lo her home al Madlson' Mills after spendlng sev erai weeks wlth her sister, Mrs. James I. F; !..,-. she wns accompanled home by her nct?hew. Master Oscai !?'. -Mr. B. V. Breeden hls been spendlng th, week wlth relatlves In Rlchmond. Mrs. .1. i,. Schlniell an.l little daughter Thelma, were Charlotteavllle visitors thla week. Miss Katharlne Schlosier is quite slck Miss Agn.s Beckliani le.ft _._.?.,1a, Jor Greenaboro. K. .-.. i.?- a two weeks' vlslt to her brother. Mr. ._..[>. Beckham and other relatlves. Mr. Jael! hVott. nf King Charles. has been apendlng ihe week with liis parents, Dr. an.l Mrs. John W. Scott. Mr. H. M. Morrls and family, Mlss Itla Camper, Messrs. F. T. I'liampion. teslle Aciee anil W. O. Thomas were amoiis those wli.. attended the Virglnla Slnte Fair ln Richmond thls week. Miss Lula Duke ls visltlng relatlves in Richmond. ' Mesara. F. j. Hoyaday an l R. R. Oood loc ivltnessed 'Tlu- Sraltoc" in Charlottes villi Wednesday, Raleigh Social News. [Special io The Tlraes-Dlspatch.l KAL1-IGH, N. (.'., October 10.?Sp olety foik of Raleigh and, lndeed, of the whole State wero deeply Interested ln two weddlngs ln Raleigh thls week, lin.se of Mr. I*'abiiis .1. ilavwood .Ir., aml Miss Ellzabeth Burton on Wednes? day afternoon, and Mr. Charles Vernon i.ii.-s, of Wadesboro, and Miss Estelle Whitfleld Tiiiihi-ri.-ikr. .>ti Tuesday mornlng. Tie- Haywood-*Burton w.*d dlng was ln Edenlon Street Methodlst Kplscopal Church, the brldal party In? eludlng Mrs, George Little, dame <>f honor; Miss Annle Daily Burton, maid I nf honor, and Mlss .Mary .'nrroll Bur? ton. brldesmald; Mr, Grimes Haywood, hrotiii-r of lhe brldegroom, i.est man, nnd Messrs, Paul Allen. Charles Skln I nei- Alston, Charlotte; Wllllam'Jehklns. Charlotte; Charles E, Taylor, Wllmlng ton; Fahius Brlgga, Richmond; George and William Little and William Wil iiams, Raleigh, ushers. Among the out-of-town guests for the wedding were Mrs. Wnlter Pem herton, Little Rock, -\rk.; Mr. Juhu i Burton, U'eldon; Mr. Andrew Burton, Helds yllle. Tho Llles-Tlmbeilake weddlng was at the home of the brlda's mother, Mr... Juliii Burton Tinib.rl.ik.. The weddlng marches were by Miss Sadie Imiii'iin: Miss Allce Newoomb was maid of honor, nnd Mr. N. P. Llres, of Wades? boro, brother of tho brldegroom, beat man. Among those here for tlie mar? rlage were Mlss .luliu Brewer. IJilfi viiie; Mr. Manly Clark. Clarkton. aml Mrs. C, H. Ward, YVltmlllgton, idometlilng <>f a social senaation of n most pleasant klnd was creatad here lliis week by the luinotiiieemenl of lhe engagemenl or Mr. ak-\ h. Andrews, jt*.. u proiiiitient attorney of thls clty, aml son of Colonel A. B, Antlrewe, vlc_-pro.xid.nl of tlie Hon I hein Rall** way, and Miss Helen M. Sharples, of riiilailelliliia. The aiiiiiiuiiceiurni wa< llrst iiiatie early In the week at the summer home of tho bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs- Waiter ii. sharples, ut .-.it-lla, Pu, Tlu* ilrgt of ? s.riea of gonccrta hy i , ile faculty and Btudenta of St Sehool tor the preaenl terfn gh .n Tueadaj evenlng most buc I.?-?.fuiiy 'o the dellght of a large nnd faahtotmblo audlence. The partlclpanta were Mlaa Martha A. Dowd, Miss Sarah Gould, Mis.- Bertha Luney, Miss Charlotte Kendall Hull. Miss Plxley, Mii iiiTimne h. Scneper. Of mucll soclnl Interest was the pre seiitatlon of "A Winter's Tale" Monday night bv faculty and Btudenta of the Baptist Universlty for Women, Miss Annie Thompson, Miss Frances Blount itcnfiow. Miss Ballle Baker, Miss Qrace Hogerg intcrpreted some of the most diRlcult parts wlth remarkablo credit. The musto department of the Wo? man's Club, of Ralelgh, met Thursday afternoon in the <-iui> bulldlng and de VOted tlie afternoon to the study of the iia.-ii epoch and achool of muaic, a tnosl i.rofitabl.- afternoon being spent. Dlrectlng thla department of thn <-iui> are Mrs. T. i". Jerman, oholrman; Mrs, Wade R Brown, .Mrs. Horace Dowell, Mrs. C. R. Wllllams, Miss Mary Coles, each of them nccompllshed raualclans. Mrs. J. M. Iteck entertalned delight fullv at dlnner Thursday evenlng In honor of her daughter, Miss Pearl Chadwlck Ilech. and her granddaugh ter, Miss Mary Qrlmea Cowper, who are two charming debutantea in Ra? lelgh social llfe thls season. Miss Hi-ck ls just back from n trlp through Kuiope. The guests were Miss Km mle Havwood. MifeS .losephlne Boylan, Miss Bmmie Prewry. Miss Willa Nor ri.-\ Misa Louise Wrlght. Miss Lucy Moore, Miss I'annie Johnson: Messrs. Walter Clark. W". H. Pace. Gordon Smlth, Wllllam Llttle. Frances Cox Uubert IIiti. William Boylan, Charet Johnson, ,1. w. AUIaon, Dr. Joel Whit akor. . Mrs. XV. XX". Roberds proved a charm ing hosteaa for the Kentnesa Book Club Saturday afternoon. Her guests were Miss Snrah Cheshlre, Misa Bello Poscud, Miss Bessie Montgomery, Miss Louln Brlggs, MIsb Penelope Davls, May Jones, Elizabeth Brlggs, Annl? Itoote, Mary Armstoad Jonos, Marv Lnttn, Miss Salllo Dorteh, Mrs. F. 6 BoylatoOn, of Jacksonvllle, Fla.: Mrs> William Royal, Mrs. George Little and Mrs. t:. R. Crowell. Notahle features of tlie literary program wero paper? on 'The Rlse of the Drama." by Mlsi Cheshlre; -The Social Posltlon of tho Actor and I'laywrlght in tlie Shakes pearian Age," by Miss Belle Pescud, and "Current Topics," hy Miss Mary Armistead Jones. The Oila Podrida Club met on Tues? day afternoon wlth Mrs. W. N. Jones. dellgtitful features of entertalnment provlded by the hostess blending wlth a literary program of special interest In mnklng the meeting one of the most pleasant and profltable ever held hy the club. CASTOHIA. Bbih the ,? ^'e K|n(1 ^u Ha'8 A'*3*8 ftM&l (Tustom (rracfe Z?oo/<s The reputation of the "Queen Quality" shoe is one of the most valuable assets in the entire shoe trade of this country to-day. Hundreds of Thousands of ladies buy the "Queen Quality" shoe every year simply because they know they can absolutely rely on its reputation. 311 East Broad Street. Elegant Bridal Gifts. We not only have the largest and most seiecl stock of Sterling Silver and Fine Gold Jewelry in the State, ap propriate for the bride---but when quality is considered, our prices are the lowest THE NOWLAN CO., 921 E. Main Street. All correspondence given careful attention. Goods sent on approval, express prepaid. Call "Gralz." My Furniture Hospital 1- the best, Cpholstering COUChaa and Par jior suii-i la my Bpeolalty. i makt them ?s juiiui of Fiii-iiiturc. i clean Mattresses I jtaki- all dust out l.i inj new proi JBrlghten your home, l-.-i i lo II for you. iMy prlcea aro low. WM. GRATZNOWSKY, Phone 3000 No. 11 .Governor Street.