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; CHARLES L, STEVENS,
onoi in nonxnoa.
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boUo be appreciated by .the
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NO ABlRDONXEIf? OP TER
t ' R1T0RY. " ;c
Denoeretle criticism -ef the Paillp-
plna qaeatloa h u natural, as would U
the .same eomlnf from . Republicans,
with a changed a4inlalslraJlM -
The Issue of holding the--FhUIpelnee
U a national qneatlon, which might find
a minority faforlng giving ,the Islands
up, bat there la a majority 4 both po
litical parttet which would- oppose aach
The history of this jcouatry shows
that with awry- acquirement of terri
. tory, there has been aeTera critlclss. by
tome party, yet this criticism . haa never
canted a foot of territory to be relin
quished. It te not In the Anglo-Saxon blood to
relinquish . anything once possessed,
and any party . proposing an abandon
ment policy Is certain to be worsted. ,-
But - there la the policy - or manage
meat of the dominant, party of the
country, which is in control of national
affair audits government of new ter
ritorial possessions, that demand criti
cism. In this the Democratic, party bas ils
opportunity, and as Its criticism and op
position Is honest and meritorious, in
seeking to redress party abuses and party
ttiagoreiaaMnV ao will the party not
merely confer public benefit,- bat also-
draw to Its side a strength which meant
opportunities for ita getting into control
of public affairs.
It la Republlcaa methods of territorial
government; of policies on tariff .' and
treatment of the people.whlch are pointa
for Democratic criticism.
. There U nothing tetbev abandonment
policy, for Democrats? vary faw at least,
favor abandonment of any territory once
acquired by their country-
LOSS TO STRJXESS AND"
" ' PUMJC'' ;i
The reasons for the "great , eoal strike
in the Pennsylvania coal districts, were
not sufficient to warrant the strike,
when . the loaa- to'thej misera and the
publla are considered - ;
. The estlmate ofTer one mllttoodol-
lara Joss la the first Jsix .days r .of. tha
atrlke, In the stoppage ot the wages of
tha miners, shows! the loss; ia that dl
rectton, whlle'outstde tnmaay sections
tha ehortageof eoal stocks threat
rloM Industries. ; ; i f
BeBldeBthelosa of wagea to the
miners, there la the dangertVhlchJ Idle
ness breeds among those striking.
. .. As to the operators sod. theminers ,
' they have shown an ndlfferenca -a to
, thai affect of tha strike uposiw tha cot
A atrlke cannot really be tali to de
terolne definitely enyftoesttea between
employaf and employ e.h . .. .
; Oa the ether hand the ..er41 growing
tha atrika l settled to work' injary to
. tanocent. peopto. - , .1 ? 1
. ItbMtthelomto thoaalmmedlaUry
oonceraad that la ao- nnendaraWa,, at b
tha cost ta the publlo at largo, which
must anffer, at the same tlrno being help-
lesa to and tha dispute. , .
COUNTY MAGISTRATES JO
The "attention of: the llaglttratat of
Craven county f called t tha fact that
titlava a moJ important meeting
before them, on Monday, J ana 8nd.;- .
The making -of a tew; Its levy, if $
matter demattdir th utmost care arj
coEsMeratlon, as In Hit kvy muatee
cone,: !:T6d tha raising rof enough laies
tot :.t all necessary county expendi
t v,LScha!o Involves tlse neceiaity
c ; ' a f-uxfcg, so that -tha tax- pcyara
t ; I .T as Y.Jii a tax burden as poesl-
aeLULlf I Ut pij U cide&a,aad secoad.
aaaawho v of admlAUtrUlva ahlllty.fof
thara are many auttara of tha eonaty,
which Call for coaeervaUve man to aafaly
With theee two aaoat Important
aaattara baf ore tha saagbtretea, for their
actloa, there ahoald be a fall alteadance
at tha Jena steeling.
Stati of Ohio, Cttt of Tolxdo, I
, Lccaj Cocvtt. t
rnajra: J, Cmarrr makes oath that ha
la aaaior partsar U tha Arm of T. 3,
Canort A Cos, doing boalaeaa la the
City ot Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said Ana will pay each aad
vary case of Cataur that cannot be
eared' by th wsaaf Hau.a Catikeh
- Bwatw to haore at aad eabeerlbed In
my preaeaca, thb Blh da of December,
A. D. 188ft.
i aaait . Notary Public.
HalTs CaUrrh Cure U Ukealnler
aallr. and acta dlrectlv on the blood and
mucous snrfaoaa of tha system. Bend for
F.J.CBEKXY.ft CO., Toledo, O.
Bold by all Druggists.
Hair Family PUle are the best
Tha bemmr doean't haa to b welsh
ed In the balance to be foond wanting.
Amoua-tb-few areat tare of Ufa la
atayhix hi bed fifteen minotea after we
knov.w anghe to get ap. -
Try the new remedy for coaUvenesa,
Chanberlahv'a Btomach and- Liver TaV
lata,.: Bvary box ' gnaranteed. Price, 25
centa. For sale by F. B. Duffy. .
Hi. ou Kr.
A mau the .other dav vent to a Rn.
ton dentist to have a tooth, extracted
and decided to take os. . Tb doctor
adoiluUtered the hypnotic,, and the
man aoon appeared to be under. Ita In
fluence, but be continued to keep one
eye open. :
Tulrworrted the doctor, and ha cava
the man more. gas. , Stilt, the eye re
mained bDenwMShUt that eve." aald the
doctor finally, loalug patience.
Can t. said .the man In a drowar
volceV'lf a glaaa
The lest Prescription &r Kalaria.
ChRlsand Fever b a bottle - of Q nova's
TaamsaaCBTxt ToJ. It is- simply
Iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure bo pay. Price 60c-
f ' ....
1: Ta Colr Mabaeraar'
, Therf- natural .1 color s of - -mahogany
Wbeavit i. too; light utay be- deepened
by. applying' -mixturu composed of a
half gallon of .water,, four ounces of
madder and two ounces of fustic. Boll
and apply while hot While It is wet
atreak the grain with black. Tula will
give new mahogany quite the coloring
of old. --
DISTRESSING STOMACH DISEASE.
Permanently cured by the masterly
power bf "South American Nebtihx
Tonic.' InvalldalBeed suffer no longer,
because this great remedy can care them
all4 It b a cure for the whole world of
stoaiaoh-weakness and indigestion. The
core begins with the first dose. The re
lief It brings is marvelous and surprising
It makes no failure; .never disappoints.
No matter how long yea have suffered,
yonr cure b certain under theuse of this
great health-giving force. Pleasant and
always safe. Bold by C. D. Bradham,
- Applause-la the-- tonic of success.
When a f alloar makes a hit, let bim
know it in a good, round, royal way.
If ha ha aeaaet tt won't turn his bead,
and if fee doea get dixxy for a minute
what mattera it? Let him enjoy the
Intoxication while It lasts, for the seri
ous buaineaa of Ufa will aoon drive him
back to work again. Schoolmaster.
WHAT TOO ARB TAXHW
Whea yoa take Grove's Taatakaa Chill
Tonic, because the formula la plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
b limply iron and quinine in a tasteless
form. No cure no pay. Price 69c. :
PUat Few HU Out Pa.tleata
There ia a doctor of the old school ia
one of the New England village neat
Randolph, htasa whose house 4a sur
rounded by a cemetery Th cemetery
ia behind the bouse and cornea np flush
with the joad on either aide, running
off to east aid west for ah eighth of a
mile. Soma, people might find auch a
bouse lot doleful, and surely the neigh
bors, are ot lively. But that thought
never troubled the villa gera ao much aa
the prospect of going borne, at eight
In the country towns of New England
the graveyard at night la etUl a thing
of terror, an inherited terror. There
are still towns where all the graves are
dug on a line running -due east and
weatwilfcibe.'fOotatonee toward the
east m that the dead may rise face to
face. with the Judge on tha last day. So
the doctor la often naked the question,
"Are you not afraid to go borne aome
And bis answer Is alwaya the same:
"No. , My neighbors will never trouble
me -They all we me money." New
Tork Tribune ' .r
n LiiBt Drowning Kan. .
; "rive years so disease the doctor
tilled dyspepsia took such hold of me
that I could scarcely go." writes Geo. B.
Harsh, well-known.attorney of Nocona,
Tex. "I took quantities: of pepsin and
medicines but nothing helped me. As a
drowc'?"ri!mngrabaat,a straw I grab-
U at KuaA. I fiilt an - Improvement at
one and t'.or a few bottles am sound
- 1 vcl." Zolil is the only prrraratlon
t " 'i t '? rcrrofldcea t- e na'.urbl
; ; ; 1 1... . :.t'y In tie
Dljrsb what yoa cat.
This preparation contains all of tbt
digeaUnta and digest all kinds ol
food. It gives lnsunt relief an J never
falls to cure. It allows you to eat all
tha food yoa want The tnoct sensitive
stomachs can Uka lb By Its use many
thousands of dyspepUoa bave been
cured after everything else failed. It
prevent formation oxj fas on the stom
ach, relieving ail dlatreaa after eati ng:
Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take.
It can't help
bat do ym good
fVparedMitybv R. C IXWRraOoOhlrmie
la H. tuUie ! SH tlawt th Ms. .
F.B DU FY ft CO. J
CROWN POINT8. '
Prince and Prlnceaa Albert el Bel
gium bave been enjoying a quiet visit
at Torquay. England, where twthlna;
waa known of their vlalt until after
King Edward at his dinner to the
London poor on coronation day will
present every one with a memorial cup;
It will be made of glass and contain
the portraits of the king and queen. -
Prince Waldemar, . eldest son ol
Prince Henry of Prussia, is at a sani
tarium, where he wears poroua cloth
ing, aleepa on a horsehair mattress in
a room whose temperature ia that of
the outer air and Uvea on fruit, milk
While visiting Goslar, in the Hara
mountains, recently the crown prince
of Uermauy waa bombarded : with
snowdrop by a band of ladles and
practically mobbed by school children.
Before leaving . the town the prince
scattered a plenteoua - largesse of
sweets among his small admirers.
RELIEF IN SIX HOURS.
Distressing Kidney md Bladder, Dis
ease relieved in six hours by "New
Gbbat Bourn Ambricah Kidnit Curb."
It Is a great surprise on . account ol It s
exceeding promptness In relieving pain
la bladder, kidneys and back, in male or
female. Relieves retention of water al
most Immediately. If yoa want quick
relief and cure this Is the remedy. : Bold
by C. D. Bradham, Druggist.
A great many persons are troubled
with pimples on the face, which are un
sightly at best, and especially annoying
when they come, aa they often do, on
the nose. Of course they arise from
some Impurity of the blood and need
constitutional treatment, but until tbla
la obtained a aafe and easy way of pre
venting them Is to apply arnica to the
skin. A pimple never comes without
warning. A few hours before there is
always a alight inflammation or swell
ing, and if a drop of arnica be applied
to the spot when the swelling begins
half a doxen applications in the course
of a day will drive the pimple back un
der the skin.
Biliousness is a condition character
ized by a disturbance of the digestive
organs. The stomach la debilitated, the
liver torpid, the-bowels constipated.
There Is a loathing of food, pains In the
bowels,, dizziness, coated tongue and
vomiting, first of the undigested or part
ly digested food and then of bile. Cham
berlain's Btomach and Liver Tablets
allay the : dbtarbances of the stomach
and create a healthy appetite. They also
tone np the liver to a healthy action and
regulate the bowels. Try them and yoa
are certain to be much pleased with the
result For sale by F. 8. Duffy.
A Moaater Mas. "''
Chevalier Scrog while exploring'
cavern in the peak of Tenerlfe found
a akull which must have belonged to a
man at least fifteen feet high. . It con
tained sixty perfect teeth of monstrous
Plenty of reptiles have horns. Us
arda are very commonly provided with
them. ' There are chameleons with
three-horns like the ancient tricera
topa. Horned toads have a sort of
crest of four horns on the back of (bete
beads. Thera Is a small African snake
Which haa two horns.
A genteel carver alwaya alts when he
carves, says a work on etiquette. Per
haps he does, but it Is pretty certain
that there are times when he yearnful
ly yearns to put one foot on the table
and the other on the bird while strug
gling with the fowl. London Answers.
The times that It turned out that-a
man waa right be remembers a great
deal longer than those when he waa
wrong. Atchison Globe.
The water rurt does not appear to be
having a very Kood fffect ou the Raines
law lu .New York.-Kt Louis Olobe
Detnorrnt. Reputations ennnot l safely based
on stntlwtlcs. Statistics snow tnaiuni
csgo contains i.100 churches. - Phila
delphia UiTord. ",
The quwr way they are trying to re
rtn tiiinm art lii New York Is fair
ly well Illustrated by the latest order
of the health authorities or tne Dor
nneh nt Rnmklrn. which orovldes that
bena and chickens may be kept there.
but that under no circumstances wui
roosters be allowed on any premlsea.-
Itoston Herald. ...
Beware of Conehv
A cough b not a disease bpl a symp
tom. Consumption and bronchitis,
which are the most dangerous and fatal
diseases, have for their first Indication a
persistent cough, and if properly treated
as soon as the cough appears sre easily
cured. Chambei Iain's Couch Remedy
has proven wonderfully success tul, and
ealned Its w!a rt' -uta'.lon snd extensive
sale by its au ' 9 la curing t!.e dlucnsc
L!i.h cfti:' 9 r ' '; z- If 'I to not bf
Praspects Flrcmti Tournament
at Capitol atj.
Ctameacemeat Exercises. State
Charter, rrealaeat laa Be
' signs. State Holiday Ohaer
vaace. North Carellsa .
at St, Leels. Pre. '
Ralsjoh, May SO. The commence
ment exercbes of the Baptist Female
University aad of Peace Iastttate here
are la progress At Feace, Rev. Tucker
Graham preached the baoealaurate ter
moa. The alumnae met today aad thb
evening the annual concert was given.
The graduating exercise take place to
morrow morning. Thb achool closes
the most successful term in all its his
tory. At the Baptist Female University
Rev. R. T. Vsnn, the president preached
the baccalaureate sermon, Rev. W. C.
Tyree the missionary sermon. Thb
morning Rev. Or. W. E. Hatcher of
Richmond delivered the annual literary
address. The attendance during the
term haa been over 260.
I resident JsmesD. McNeill of the
North Carolina State Firemen's Asso
ciation, was here todsy to meet the local
firemen,, with a view to having the an
nual convention and Ha attendant tour
nament held at Raleigh. Ee said he
had no doubt that it would be held
here. , - :
The Stalo charters the Broaddus and
Ives "Lumber Company of New Bern,
William 8lmpson,the veteraa secretary
of the State Board of Pharmacy, wKo
has for 80 years owned a drug store
here has resigned. Thb step 1s due to
falling health and falling eyesight '
Among today's arrival were W. R.
Allen, Goldbboro; H. B. Register, Whlte
ville; Irdell Meares, Wilmington; Thom
as A. Jones, Theodore F. Dandson,
Asheville; Harry W. Stubbs, Williams-
Strange to say the State Library has
not a copy of the Bragg Fraud Commis
sion Report It has had many copies
but these havo been stolen, under the
direction of people who desired to get
these tell talo records out of the way.
The public buildings and banks were
closed today and on the Capitol the
National and State flags were displayed.
There was no othtr observance of the
State's chief holiday.
Gov. Ay cock says he is confident tnat
North Carolina will make a notably line
display at the St. Louis Exposition. He
Is delighted at this State's success at the
E0W IT IS DONE.
The first object in life with the Amer
ican people Is to "get rich;" the second,
how to regain good health. The first
can be obtained by energy, honesty and
saving, the second, (good health) by us
ing Green's August Flower,: Should you
be a despondent sufferer from any of
the effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint
Appendicitis, Indigestion,: etc., such aa
Sick Headache, Palpiiation of the Heart
Sour Stomach, Habitual Costtveness,
Dizziness of the Head, Nervous Prostra
tion, Low Spirits, etc, you need not suf
fer another day. Two doses of the well
known August Flower will relieve yon
at once. Go to F. 8. Duffy and get a sam
pie bottle free. Regular size, vocta. Uet
Green's Special Almanac
One War to Cmt Bftttl . .
To cut sheet brass chemically the fol
lowing method meets with great suc
cess: Make a strong solution of bichlo
ride of mercury in alcohol. With a
quill pen draw a line across the brass
where it is to be cut Let it dry on, and
With the same pen draw over this line
with nitric acid. The brass may then
be broken across like glass cot with a
diamond. . " -.
Miss Florence Newman, who hat been
a great sufferer from muscular rheuma
tism, says Chamberlain's Pain Balm b
the ouly remedy that: affords her relief.
Mbs Newman is s much lespected resi
dent of the vlilsge of Gray, N. T., and
makes thb statement for the benefit of
others similarly afflicted. This liniment
Is for sale by F. B. Duffy & Co.
"""""etaait' itaiwaUaa "tuYisV" """'""
There are three well known varieties
ef eel found in Hawaiian .watersv The
largest is the big gray fellow, which to
closely resembles bla cousin, the con
ger, tie is voracious ana leanese, ana
the natives tackle him with caution; for
when cornered he fights vtclouslyand
can inflict a nasty wound svlth tils
powerful Jaws, which bristle with nee
dlelike teeth. ;
. The other species are fat, flabby, look
ing customers, with fantastic markings
of black and brown and many anaoea
of irrar. On an eel of thla sort the skin
appears to bang loose from the body.
and when disturbed the head iweela
like a Duff adder's. These eels aeldom
attain a greater length than three feet
and love to locate in the crevices of
stone breakwater, from which they
dart out incessantly and make havoc
among any school of small fry which
may be innocently disporting tnem
aelvea within striking distance. These
hooded eels have been known to haunt
a particular spot for over a year. They
are good eating, despite their unpre
, Stand me a Stone Wall
Between your children snd the tor
tares of Itching sad burning eczema,
scaldheador other sk'n dlseas s. -
Howf why, by using Bucfclen's Amies
Salve, earth's greatest healer. Quickest
cure for Ulcers. Fiver Sores, Salt
r.heum, Cuts, Burns or Cruises. ' Infalll
bis formes. 21c at C. D. EradLBTi
Ltrre Averife of Tobacco. Bate BaO
Talk. Liqaiar Licenses CranicA
May fO-J. B. Harvey spent Monday
la New Bern.
MbaLeule White oae of oar most
charming yoaag ladles kXtTharaday for
Washington N. a to accept a position
la telegraph office. We regret to lose
aet very maeh, bet with her saoca sae-
Mr. Fisher of Washington, was la
Yaaeeboro Meoday. .
Mr. ! E. Latham of New Bent passed
through our town today.
Dr. L. G Covington and Mr. Wm.
Clave went to Washington N. a last
Messrs,-J 8. Batalgat "aad Henry
Marshall are apeadlag a few daya here
oa baslaea. -
The good people of oar town regret
very mack that a license- has been
granted to parties to ran a salooa la thb
place. We have had 11 months of free
dom from saloons and had hopedlhatjwe
would remain so. We - hope the county
commissioners will give thb matter
their earnest attention. ,
j. Most of our farmers are through set
ting oat their tobacco. The acreage of
tobacco this seaaoa b larger than has
ever been before, and we only hope the
prices will be better.
. Ia reply to-our Grifton friends, we
would like to say that our base ball team
b not dead, aad should we condescend
to challenge the Grifton learn they woald
not find our team made up front v our
Miss Cora Diaklns spent Thursday In
Mrs Lei a Laughinghonse and Mrs J A J
Jackson went to New Bern Thurs
day. ... .
Mr and Mrs Ed Smith were in town
Mr and Mra J M Lancaster spent Sun
day In the country,
Reveals a Great Secret
It is often asked how such startling
cures, that puzzle the best physicians,
are effected by Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption. Here's the secret.
It cuts out the phlegm and germ-infected
muens, and lets the life-giving oxy
gen enrich and vitalize the blood. It
heals the inflamed, cough-worn throat
and lungs. Hard colds and stubborn
cougha soon yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery, the most Infallible remedy
for ail Throat and Lung diseases. Guar
anteed bottles 60c and $1.00. Trial bot
tles free at C. D. Bradham's.
The Por Tailor..
"Tour tailor is a mighty poor one,"
aald an Atchison woman to her bus
band.. "This Is the third time I've
sewed on this button." Atchison
Every, baby is the sweetest baby in
the workLx You were once considered
the, sweetest thing in the .world, al
though you may not look it now.
Holds up a Congressman.
"At the end of the campaign," writes
Champ Clark, Missouri's, brilllsnt con
gressman, "from overwork, nervous
tension, loss of sleep and constant speak
log I had about utterly collapsed. It
seemed that all the organs in my body
were out of order, but three bottles of
Electric Bitters made me all right It's
the best all-round medicine ever sold
over a drqgglst's counter." Over-worked
run-down men and weak,, sickly women
gain splendid health and vitality from
Electric Bitters. . Try them. Only 60c
Guaranteed by C. D. Bradham..
To Mnk an IaprMlau-,
Mr. Kargoiie My dear friend,: I am
In despair. That girl's heart ia aa bard
aa steel. I can make no Impression on
It! : v - V:, ..-.- - .
Friend-You don't go at. it in the
right way; Try diamonds. They are
harder than steel.
Don't Start Wrong1.
Don't start the summerjwlth a, linger
ing cough or cold. Well.know .what a
"summer cold" is It's the hardest . kind
to cure. Often it "hangs on" through the
entire season. Take it in hand right now
A few doses of Oae Minute Cough . Care
will set yoa right Bare care for -cough,
colds, croap, grip, bronchilb, all throat,
and lung troubles. Absolutely safe. Acts
at once. Children like It "One Minute
Cough Care is the best cough medicine I
ever used," says . H. Bowles, Groveton,
N. H. "I never foond anything else that
acted so safely and qulAly.H F 8 Daffy.
' Cocoa u Caoeolatot '
Cocoa and chocolate are good for di
gestion n ud for the complexion, high
class cocoa lit particular being rich in
the delicious principle theobromine,
which Is of the greatest value aa a
heart tonic. .
Wants Others to Know. .
"Lhavoused DeWltt's Little Early
Rtsers for eonstlpatloa and torpid liver
and they are all right I am glad to In
dorse them for I think whoa we find . a
good thing we ought to let other know
It" writes Alfred Helnze, Qulncy, ; III
They never gripe or distress. ' Snre, safe
pills. F. 8. Duffy.
1 he first cold pens made In this coun
try wore nil mumifuetured by hand,
the gold tM'liig cut from strips of the
nietul by wlssors and every subsequent
operation Mug performed by hand
These huudiunde gold pens cost from
$5 to $20 and were far inferior to the
machine mnde article of the present
.'. ' r''What Thin Folks Ifeei
Is a greater power of dlgestlna and
assimilating food. ' For them Dr. Kind's
New Life Pills work wonders. T; y
tone and leulute tne d'j'- c
gnt!y erpol all polont f;o a !' v
t i, r ' 'i t'.a llonl, I ;"-i-9 f
awa-iua Uwr i ao rwnady to
' ,an easy way
and a sure way to treat a case of Sore
Throat in orders to kill disease germs '
and insure bealtliy; throat action is to '
take half a glassfull of water put into
it a teaspoonful of ' ' x .
and with this carJ be throat ot frequent Intervals. -Then
bathe the owul ! of t ho t hroa t thoroughly with tb lint. I
ment and after (loini;tliuiMirwiuii)un a soft cloth and wrap
around Uo u tk. It la a rutITVI2 CURS.
SOc COe. tuid Qt.00 a bottle. . '
IT II A V DC Villi have ionir boen troublod with a running
II MAI Pt IUU aoroorU. Tritit at onoe with Meat,
eui Muiitaug IJiuiacnt and yu c&n dMin1 upon a rpeady euro. .
61 Pollock St. '
Special Sale of Waist Silks,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
ALL NEW, BRIGHT. Exclusive Patterns.
All 76c Silks, - - SPECIAL 59c,
" $1.00 Silks - -$1.25
Do not delay this
' - OwiDg to the fact that we arc orerslockeJ on the following lines we
will on Tuesday, May 20th, put on sole our entire line of Lawns, Dimi
ties, Organdies, etc. at such attractive prices that the? are bound to go
All Cc, 7c and 8c Fignred Lawns at 5c.
12o an j 15o Lawns and Dimities at 10c. "
20c and 25c Organdies at 15c. - -
Also a big lot of India Linens Fersian Lawns at same ruducliou.
Striped Lawns for Waists at 10c, 12J 15c and 20c. -
..; ' Ask to see our Ladies and Childrens Oxfords.
7. ; BAXTER.
Phone 1 60.
j Skeleton Lined
i TIIE PROPER THING
Ov wear. " A" large assortment
Vvwnilur Hlm and ut on t. -.
O " f - .
- , -Ton will miss it if, you
- ing pur line. ' '
i j. G, Timn & Co
! 57 Pollccl- Gtrcot-
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ja Slaxloaa ataataa LluiU
opportunity.- Only a
89 Middle Street.
of patterns in
buy before aej- "'''f1
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