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The Best Prescription Is Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic.
The Formula Is Plainly Printed on Every Bottle,
So That the People May Know Just
What They Arc Taking.
Imitators do not advertise their formula
knowing that you would not buy their medi
cine if you knew what it contained, orove s
contains Iron and Quinine put up in correct
proportions and is in a 1 asteless. form. The
Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives
the malaria out of the system. Any reliable
druggist will tell you that Grove's is the
Original and that all other so-called "Taste
less" chill tonics are imitations. An analysis
of other chill tonics shows that Grove's is
superior to all others in every respect. You are
not experimenting when you take Grove's—its
superiority and excellence having long been
established. Grove's is the only Chill Cure sold
throughout the entire malarial sections of the
United States. No Cure, No Pay. Price, 500
WILMINGTON ANL> O D |
ELDO>i rv « 1
AND BRANCHES ,
AND ATLANTIC COAST LINE I
RAILROAD COMPANY OF
Nov. 19TH, 1900.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
Leave Weldon 11:50 a.m., 8:58 p.m.; arrive
Rocky Mount, 12:55 a. m., 9:52 p. w.
Leave Tarboro, 12:21 a. in., 6 00 pm.
Leave Rocky Mount, 1:00 a. M., 9:52 p. m.,
6 37 p. m., 5:40 am, 12:52 p. m.
Leave Wilson, 1.58 a m, 10:25 pm, «:20ain,
2:40 p m., 716 pm.
Leave Seima, 2:55 a m. 11 10 p. in.
Leave Fayetteville, 4:30 a ni, 12:22 p m.
Arrive Florence, 7:25 a in, 2:24 p m.
Arrive Ooldsboro 7 55 p. in.
Leave Goldsboro, 7:01 a m, 3:21 p m.
Leave Magnolia, 8:09 a in, 4."-5p m.
Arrive Wilmington, 9:40 a in. 5:50 i> in,
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Leave Florence,9:4o am, 7:45 p m.
Leave fayetteville, 12:20 a m, »:45 p m.
Leave Selma, 1.50 a m. 10 50 p. m.
Arrive Wilson, 2:35 a ui. 11:33 p m.
Leave Wilmington, 6:50 p m. 9 4.'> a m.
Leave Magnolia, 11:19 am, 8:x0 p m.
Leave Goldsboro, 500 am, 12:30 am, 9:27 pm j
Leave Wilson, 2-35 pm, 543 am, 11:33 am
10::-0 p m, 1:10 p m.
Arrive Rocky Mount, 3: SO p m, 12:09 am, ]
6 25 am, 11:11 p in, 1:53 p m.
Arrive Tarboro 7 04. a. m.
Leave Tarboro, 12:21 p nj.
Leave Rocky Mount, 3:30 p m. 12:09 a m.
Arrive Weldon, 4:32 p m, 1:00 a m.
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, Yadkin
Davidson Main Line—Train leaves Wilming
ton. 5 00 a. HI., arrives Fayetteville 12 12 p in.,
leaves Fayetteville 12 25 p. ni., arrives
Sanford " 143 p. m. Returning leave
Sanford 2M) p. m.. arrive Fayetteville 341 j>.
in., leave Fayetteville 346 p. m., arrives Wil
mington 6 40 p. m
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, Ben
nettsville Branch Train leaves Beti
nettsville 8 15 a. m.. Maxton 9 20 a. m.. Red
Springs 953 a. m., Hope Mills 10 42 a. m M
arrive Fayetteville 10 55. Returning leaves
Fayetteville 440 p.m., Hope mills 455 p.m.,
Red Springs 5 :-.5 p.m., Maxton 613 p. in..
arrives Bennettsville 7 15 p. m.
Connections at Fayetteville with .train No.
7". at Maxton with the Carolina Central Kail
road. at Red Springs with the Red Springs
and Bowinore railroad, at sanford witn me
Seaboard Air Line and Southern Railway at
Gulf with the Durham and Charlotte Rail
Train on Scotland Neck Branch road leaves
Weldou 3:35 p m, Halifax 4:15 p;w arrives
Scotland Neck at 508 pin Greenville 6:57p m,
Kinstou 7:55 pm. Returning leaves Kicston
7 50 a m, Greenville 8 52 a m, arriving Halifax
at 11:18 am, Weldon 11:33 a m, daily except
Trains on Washington Branch leave Washj
iugton 8:10 a m, and 2:30 p m., arrive Parniele
9:10 a in, and 4:00 p m, returning leave Far
inele 9:35 am. and 6:30j; m.. arrive Washington
11:00 a m, and 7:30 p in, drily except Sunday.
Train leaves Tarboro. N. C., daily, except
Sunday, at 5:30 p m., Sunday 4.15 p.
m., arrives Plymouth 740 p. ui., 610 p.m.,
Returning leaves Plymouth daily except
Sunday. 7 50 a. in., and Sunday 9uo a. in.; ar
rives at Tarboro 10 05 a. m., 11 wo a. m.
Train on Midland N C Branch leaves Golds
boro, N. C.,daily except Sunday, 705 a m; ar
rive smithiield N C., 810 a m. Returning
leavs Smithiield. N. U. 900 a. m. arrive*
Goldsboro.N. C. 10 25 a. m.
Trains Tin Nashville Branch leaves Rocky >
Mount at 9:30 a. m.,3 40 pm arrives Nashvilit- |
10 10 a m, 4:0" p m, Spiing lloj.e lo jo a ni,
425 p. m. Returning leave Spring Hope 11:00
a. m„ 4 55 pm, Nashville 11:24 a. m. 5 25pm,
arrive at Reeky Mount 1145 am., 6 00pm,
daily except Sunday.
Train on Clinton Branch leaves Warsaw for
Clinton uaily, except Sunday, atll:4oa. in. and
4:15 pm. Returning leaves Clinton 700 am
and 2:50 p m.
Train No. 78 make close connection at Wel
don for all points North daily, all rail vi»
H. M. RMERSON,
General Passenger Agent.
J. R. KENLY,
T. M. EMERSON, General Manager.
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They cure dandruff, hair fall
ing, headache etc., yet costs the
same as an ordinary comb—Dr.
White's Electric Comb. The
only patented Comb in the
world. People, everywhere it
has been introduced, are wild
with delight. You simply
comb your hair each day and
the comb does the rest. Thi.
wonderful comb is simply un
breakable and is made so that i
is absolutely impossible t
break or cut the hair. Sold o;
a written guarantee to give per
fect satisfaction in every respect.
Send stamps for one. Ladies'
size 50c. Gents' size 35c.
Live men and women wanted
everywhere to introduce this
article. Sells on sight. Agents
are wild with success. (See
want column of this paper.)
Address D. N. ROSE, CJeueral
Mgr., Decatur, 111.
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H A really healthy woman has lit- B
9 tie pain or discomfort at the u 1
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B C&rdui will quickly relieve those a !
S smarting menstrual pains and 3 1
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H 1,000,000 women who suffered tj
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Hit is the provision made by Na-f]
Bture to give women relief from®
B the terribie ache.' and pains which :
■ blight so many homes. 0
3 GBSEIJWOOU, LA., Oct. 11, 1900. - «
H I have been very sick for SO**J-.' lime. &
B I was tail, n a ecrcra 7>ain i ?:'v f ; v
could net get aov relict inti. w
fj I tried a bottle of V/ido of Car«:ui. Bo- if
R fore Iliad *aken all of it I vrtv relieved h
ft I feci it VAV duty to aay tlu.t you liavc a ji
0 wonderful medicine. j l .
Y| Mas. M. A. YOUNT. *
Jtt Forndviceand iiUcatare. address, pfvintj ?ymp
g »£pa. M Tho Ladle 6' Advisory I>eparment," Tiie U
0 Mediclr.tf Co., ieaii. IA
with a gallon of
makes 2 gallons of tho vrny BEST PAINT
ia the WORLD
of your paint bill. Is FAB MOHE PCRABf.s thi>n
PriiE V\ liiTK LEAOnnd is absolutely K'.t P.i-
SONOUS. LLAMMAR PAINT is laudo oi the BEST O?
PAINT MATERIAX.K —snch as all s>od painters ure,
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mix. auy boy ean doit. It is tho common iirNSR
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DUNN HARDWARE AND
Any one desiring designs and
estimates 011 tomb stones, wire
fencing, for cemeteries, yard or
any other purpose will do well
to see or write
I. tJ. siyiith,
BENSON, N. C.
lie can furnish you designs aiui
estimates on any cemetery fur
nishings desired at remarkably
, low prices. He represents first
; class establishments.
Bears the 1,18 Kind You Have Always Bought
BOLT OF B fir AN
A New Po/iticai 'Party
Bern in Ohio
FULL TICKET PUT OUT
The Word "Democratic" Re
tained in the Name of Party
To the Great Disgust of One
of the Delegates.
Columbus, 0.,' July 31.—A
new political party was launch
ed in Ohio to-day. It is to be
known as the "Progressive
Democratic Party." The adop
tion of this name caused a bolt,
and one-seventh of the conven
tion walked out. The conven
tion was composed of seven
Bryan Democrats, who felt ag
grieved at the repudiation of
Bryan as a leader and of silver
as an issue by the late Demo
cratic State Convention. The
one delegate who objected to
the adoption of the name of the
new party said he thought they
ought to he able to find some
name other than one which
would have to include the word
"Democratic," .and when he
was overruled he went home.
This gentlemen was J. W. Lind
say of Delaware, a retired edu
cator and a former Prohibition
The convention to-day was
the outgrowth of a conference
of Bryan Democrats held at
Cleveland soon after the Demo
cratic State Convention. Ten
men participated in that confer
ence, and after dissecting the 1
Democratic State platform they
reached the conclusion that with
Bryan ignored and silver repu
diated they could not consist
ently vote the Democratic tick- .
ft. A State convention was ■
called. Those who were prom
inent in the conference compos
ed the convention to-day.
George A. Groot, a Cleveland 1
lawyer, who was the leading !
spirit, presided over the deliber- 1
ations. Mr. Groot made the
point in his speech that if silver ;
is dead as an issue, all other is- '
lies raised by the Democrats of ;
'he country in the last two na
tional campaigns are also dead.
He insisted that the people had
passed upon all those questions, 1
but he maintained that the ■
money question had not been
settled, and said it is the duty
of all true silver men to contin
ue the fight until it has been
settled, and properly settled.
Following Mr. Groot's speech
the convention adopted a plat
form reaiiirming faith in Bryan
and the Kansas City platform :
declaring against trusts and as
serting that the money trust is
■he parent of all trusts; de
manding that all imported
goods coming in contact with
•joods manufactured or controll
ed by the trusts shall be put on
the free list; declaring that the
flag follows the constitution,
and denouncing the recent insu
-1 ir decisions ; declaring against
the annexation of the Philip
pines, and if annexed the citi
zens thereof to be governed ac
cording to the constitution of
the republic ; proclaiming in fa
vor of the election of President,
Vice-President an d United
States Senators by direct vote
and also pronouncing in favor
of public ownership of all pub
The ticket is composed of for
mer Populists, silver Republi
cans, Bryan Democrats and Un
Dr. Lewis Reemelin, accord
ing to a dispatch received here
from Cincinnati touiglit, will re
fuse to stand as the candidate
of the party for governor, and
the State committee will likely
iill the vacancy by appointing
tieo. A. Groot, of Cleveland.
National Chairman Joe A.
Parker of the Populist party,
and three Ohio leaders, in a
conference denounced the ac
tion of the Democratic State
iHs the Announcement f§
I - and i$
« Greatly pleased S
N ?t because of his appointment to office ZA
yjii - '*• J®« Wl /" a fat salary, but because he learns tcL
n ._ jj —* a fact equally gratifying, Ijjjg
ft mMW 5e Company's §|
d PI Sample gook g
fAJ 1 Oil I from which he selects the perfect-fitting clothes
i'&i VI ill (iyl that nlake hlm the cynosure of all admiring ?A
ssa P pi® i' if eye . s> has ,ust reached town and he hurries to vri
(fa . I 11! f make. an early selection. ROSE & COMPANY («9
( il l (Sill J °* Chicago, are the best Custom Tailors in the
1 1 111 I country and he knows it. These big Tailors L\
lllil liS I F. et *" e cream of the trade in every town where rifls
W II I Uiere are good dressers because they show liS
I'll 111 I nothing but the choicest selections of Fabrics. 7®
Lit 1 ! mi Ilieir garments are popular because they put the JA
pMm St CDe Latest Stples-Cbe Best Workmanship 0
ts2 Mil 1! an . d most dependable Linings and Trim
(fin ~ MM (ft then }- you want to put on the TSa
\o Dest-litting made-to-measure suit you ever
EA wore, come early and be measured. j\
v 5 SOLE AQCNT3 ~ •AMPUB DISPLAYED BV H
T. C. YOUrSIG & CO.
Convention for its repudiation
of Bryan and silver, and the
Populist will likely endorse the
ticket nominated by the so
called Bryan Democrats here
It Dazzles the World-
No discovery in medicine has
ever created one quarter of the
excitement that has been caused
by Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption. Its severest
have been on hopeless vic
tims of Consumption, Pneumo
nia, Hemorrhage, Pleurisy and
Bronchitis, thousands of whom
it has restored to perfect health.
For coughs, colds, asthma,
croup, hay fever, hoarseness
and whooping cough it is the
quickest, surest cure in the
world. It is sold by C. L. Wil
son who guarantees satisfaction
or refunds money. Large bot
tles 50c and $l.OO. Trial bot
About the only time a woman
ever ovei looks a bargain is
when she selects a husband.
The laws of health require
that the bowels move once a
day and one of the penalties of
violating this law is piles. Keep
your bowels regular by taking
a dose of Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver tablets when
necessary and you will never
have that severe punishment
inflicted upon you. Price 25
cents. For sale by Hood &
A New York preacher advis
es young people to marry early.
South Dakota moves to amend
by adding the words "and oft
Slrikeo » Find
"I was troubled for several
years with chronic indigestion
and nervous debility," writes
F. J. Green, of Lancaster, N.
H., "No remedy helped rne un
til I began using Electric Bit
ters, which did me more good
than all the medicines I ever
used. They have also kept mv
wife in excellent health for
years. She says Electric Bit
ters are just splendid for female
troubles; that they are a grand
tonic and invigorator for weak,
run down women. No other
medicine can take its place in
our family." Try them. Only
50c. Satisfaction guaranteed
by C. L. Wilson.
Billings says there is this to
be said of tight shoes—they
make you forget all your troub
'I lint I'ircl re« lin-
You have is caused by worn
out digestive organs. "Cole
man's Guarantee" heals the
parts, aids digestion and posi
tively cures all forms of Dys
pepsia. Thousands of cured
people recommend "Coleman's
Guarantee" as an honest medi
cine. Price 50c. large bottle at
Hood & Grantham, drujzaists.
Women know how to inflict a
wound while paying a compli
Blovn in Aioms.
The old idea that tiie body
sometimes needs a powerful,
drastic, purgative pill has
exploded ; for Dr. King's New
Life Pills, which are perfectly
harmles, gently stimulate liver
and bowels to expel poisonous
matter, cleanse the system and
! I absolutely cure Constipation
and Sick Headache. Only 25c
at Wilson's drug store.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Statement of allowances by Board of Commissioners of Har
nett County for one-half Fiscal \ ear .11)00 and one-half fiscal
Year 1901, or from June 1, 1900 to June 1, 1901.
Keeping and repair of County Jail $155 46
Keeping Lillington Ferry 197 10
Building and repairing bridges 422 96
Jurors and milage, 3 courts 5h4 1
Bills of cost, 3 courts 432 80
Supt. of Health . 7a 00
Publication of Notices 49 90
Court House furnishings 133 82
List takers of 1900 140 70
Elections of 1900 362 15
Making up tax books of 1900 t . 274 80
Indigent pupils, deaf and dumb and blind, balance 10 00
Clerk Superior Court 87 32
Rebate on taxes of 1900 13 25
Examination and removal of iusane 9 50
Summoning jurors and holding 3 courts 154 35
Express, hauling, etc 9 90
Commissioners service and milage 171 45
Coroner's inquest 9 80
Attention to small-pox patients . 25 00
County Home 136 45
Stationery and books of record 130 67
Register of Deeds 39 38
Outside poor 437 80
Clerk Board of Commissioners 157 40
County Attorney 100 00
Total $4321 67
Statement of orders issued in payment of Allowances for
Year June 1, 1900 to June 1, 1901, and albO disposition of .-nine.
Orders and jury tickets cancelled by Board $4201 3-1
44 " •' 44 issued and uncancelled by Board . 66 69
44 " 44 44 44 subject to order 53 64
Total $4321 67
BOND STATEMENT. •
Statement of Bonds and interest Coupons Cancelled for year
June 1, 1900 to June 1, 1901.
2 interest Coupons, bonds 46 & 47 $2B 23
45 44 44 1350 00
Total interest Coupons Cancelled $1378.23
STATEMENT OF COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS.
Statement of outstanding liabilities of the county of Harnett
June 1, 1901.
45 bonds, each $5OO .$22500 00
45 interest Coupons, Jan. 1, 1901 to June 1, 1901 675 00
Orders issued by Board and uncancelled from Dec. 5, *
1898 to June 1, 1901 06 69
Allowances of Board from Dec. 5, 1898 to June 1, 1901
subject to order 53 64
Orders issued and outstanding, date of issue prior to
Dec. 5, 1898, few if any at all.
Total ~$23295 33
The above statement of the County indebtedness does not
include the $12000.00 of bonds issued for building the bridge at
Lillington, N. C., with this addition the entire County indebted
ness would be $35295.33
No interest has accrued on the bridge bonds as they haven't
yet been delivered to the purchasers, because the money is not
needed until completion of the bridge work.
I, Alvis C. Holloway, Register of Deeds of Harnett County,
Ex-ollicio Clerk of the Board of Commissioners of said County,
do hereby solemnly swear that the foregoing statements are true
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
A. C. HOLLOWLY, Register of Deeds.
Ex-officio Clerk to Board.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 17th davof Juh
J. H. WITHERS, Clerk Superior Court.
June 4, 1900 to June 1, 1901.
Balance on hand June 4.1900 $554 03
Received on General County Fund June 4, 1900 to June
1, 1901 ; 5363 1G
Total soi)l7 19
Paid Co. orders, jury tickets, pauper orders and bridge orders
and-Cominissioners, June 1, 1900 to June 1, 1901 $4857 05
Net amount on hand, all county funds $lO6O 14
Special Tax Fund for Court House and Funding Purposes.
Bal. on hand June 4, 1900 $1063 63
Received June 1, 1900 to June 1, 1901 3134 00
Total - $4197 63
Int. on bonds to Jan. 1, 1901 $1378 23
Commissions 78 35
Total $1456 58
Balance on hand June 1, 1901 $ 2741 05
L. D. MATTHEWS, Treasurer Harnett Co., N. C.
NOTICE OF SALE
By virtue of the power .and authority
given by a certain mortgage, executed
by J. 1). McNeill, Wm McNeill and H.
I«. McNeill to me which is recorded in
the office of ltegister of Deeds for the
county of Harnett, in book Z no. 2 page
9, the following property will be sold at
Public Auction, viz:—
Being; a certain tract of land in Lill
ington Township, Harnett county. Be
ginning at a stake 10 feet from the
soi them line of the town of Lillington
opposite southwest corner of Lot No. 0
in said town, runs thence S. 18 TV 3
chains to the Ochiltree line, now Wil
liams, thence said line N. 01 W 0 chains
53 links to the road or street, thence N
IS E 2 chains and 16 links to a corner of
the edge of Main street, thence 572 E 0
chains and 13 'inks to the beginning,
containing eight-tenth acres and being
same place where mortgagors resided
Dec. 4. 1599 and for further description
see Book F. No. 2 pages 484 & 5 Kegs,
office of Harnett Co. Place of sale.
Court House door at Lillington, N. C.
Time of sale Aug. 30, 1901 at 12 o'clock
M. Terms of sale cash.
L. J. Best, Mortgagee,
Bean the __/) Tl» Kind You Have Always Googtl
WANTED—Ladies and Gen
tlemen to introduce the "hot
test" seller on earth. Dr.
White's Electric Comb, patent
ed 1899. Agents are coining
money.- Cures all forms of
tcalp ailments, headaches, etc.,
yet costs the same as an ordi
nary comb. Send 50c in stamps
for sample. D. N. Rose, Gen.
Mgr., Decatur, 111,
By virtue of an execution in my hands
issued from the office of tha Clerk of the
Superior Court of Harnett county, I
will proceed to sell at the court house
door in Lillington, Harnett o-unty, N.
C., on the stli ctay of August 1301. the
same being the first Monday- of said
month, one bouse and lot in the town
of Dunn, N. C., occupied by Rev Dr,
Harrell and family at the corner of
Clinton and Cumberland streets and
also two lots in said town, uumbered 9
ami. 10 in block L. according to the
original plan of said town of Dunn.
Execution issued in favor of M. W. Har
per against Eugene Harrell. Hour of
sale one o'clock p. m. This Ist day of
6. A. Salmon, Sherifl'.
The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, ami which has Ttcea
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
—■ and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its Infancy"
wzr?/. Allow no one to deceive you in t his.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are i
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment,
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverisliness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY STREET, %»EW YORK CITY.
An Independent Political
We suppose every newspaper
has its own definition of what
they term independent political!
thinkers, and we are no excep
tion. In our opinion a, man is ,
an independent thinker who j
forms his opinions of questions
that may arise without how this
or that party will stand on it,
and who does not recant even
though he continues to support
his party. A man who is a
strict partisan surrenders all]
right- to think for himself. We
know Republicans who were
strong free silver men before;
ihe convention of six years ago:
but they stifled their convic
tions and yelled for the gold
standard, and it is our belief
that if the Democratic conven
tion of that time had declared
for the gold standard Southern
Democrats would've been as en
thusiastic for it as they were
for free silver. —Durham Her
"A young woman of Parsons
accidently dropped a dime down
ihe back of a strange young
man when she sought to put it
in the contribution box in church
last Sunday," says The Kansas!
City Journal. "She blushed and
apologized, an acquaintance
was formed, and in two weeks
the pair were married. And
this proves exactly what we
have always said—that a wo
man will go to any length in
order to recover lost money."
There are 9,494 more women
than men in Maryland. '"Go
West, young woman.
FAYETTEVILLF, - DAVIDSON
Preparatory, Academic and
Scientific courses. Board and
FACULTY OF (iOOD TEACHERS.
Term nine months. Begins
Sept. 18, 1901.
JNO. S. SIMPSON, Principal.
P. 0. Drawer S.
Fayetteville, N. C.
Coffins, Caskets, Ladies' and
Gents' Robes and Burial goods.
All kinds, colors and sizes, rang
ing in price from $2 to SGO. Wi
also have a nice hearse furnish
ed at moderate prices on shor
R. G. TAYLOR.
Sean the Have Always Bougie
It *ir«lles tile C4l»l>e.
The fame of Bucklen's Ami.
ca Salve, as the best in the
world, extends around the
earth. Its the one perfect heal
er of cuts, corns, burns, bruis
es, sores, scalds, boils, ulcers,
felons, aches, pains and all
skin eruptions. Only infallible
cure. 25c a box at C. L. Wil
A Pile Driver.
A pile driver accomplishes
its work by constant pounding.
That is the way successful bus
iness men win trade—by con
stant advertising. The pile
driver cannot sink a big stick
with one or two blows—there
must be steady, persistent work.
No more can the business man
hope to win a big business by
using one or two advertise
ments. He must keep constant
ly before the public, day after
day, month after month, and
years. By such means a store
becomes an established institu
tion, secure in its position, if it
keeps up-to-date in everything.
The slightest suspension in ef
fort will be taken advantage of
by shrewd competitors. The
worst place to allow exertion to
r Jax is in advertising, for that
sort of thing attracts notice of
an undesirable kind.—Gunni
son (Col.) Tribune.
A First Class Military
School in Eastern Carolina.
La Grange, N. C.
Military, Literary - Scientific
and Commercial School.
Fifty-three boarding pupils;
twelve counties and two States
represented the past session.
Commodious School Buildings*
Barracks for Sixty Cadets.
The school aims to strengthen
character by developing latent
talents and power. The individ
ual needs of the Students are
considered. The millitary
training strengthens the manly
traits, gives a sound body .'uul
clear mind. Class room meth
ods cultivate Observation, Con
centration and Mental grasp.
Athletics encouraged. No com
promise on liquor or tobacco.
Expenses for the entire year of
nine months, including tuition,
room, fuel and lights, $llO.
Payable quarterly in advance.
J. E. Debnam, Supt.
OF NORTH ML
Of the State's Education?
Eighty-five scholarships. I"'' ee
tuition to teachers and minis*
ters' sons. Loans for the needy.
New Dormitories, WaterWorks,
Central Heating System.
$120,000 spent in improvements
in 1900 and 1901.
Fall term begins September
9, 1901. Address,
F. P. VENABLE, President-
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