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CITY AND COUNTRY POPU
LATION. Overflowing cities attract more atten
tion than they deserve In the ttudy of
the real quality of our popnlatlon, for
we are itill a rural people. The World's
Work for May has an Interesting map
showing the distribution of population
In America. This study of the compar
atlre density of population gives the
suggestive fact that the New England
hill region, which Is less than 3
per cent of the area of America, has
more than 18 per cent, of our conti
nental population. In other words, It
is four times as thickly settled as the
average district in America. The coun
try east of the great plains contains 51
per cent, of the area and nearly 91 per
cent, of the population.
In other words, all but 6 per cent, of
the people lire in one-half of our terri
tory. But this is not all that Is of our in
terest Only two-fifths of our people
lire in towns of over 2,800. To be sure,
in the North Atlantic group of States
the city dwellers are more than two
thirds, but in the North Central and
. Western States they are only one-third,
and in the South only a little more than
one-sixth, How few of us think three
fifths of our population lire outside the
tone of gaslights and bath-tubs, that Is,
they dig their living out of the soil. The
land and the people are still raw, . and
we hare hardly begun the serious de
velopment of either. Qoldsboro Head
Try the new remedy for costiveness,
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. Every box guaranteed. Price, 25
cents. For sale by F. S. Duffy.
A Great Artlat'a Hetko.
Mortimer Menpes In his notable work
on Japan tells a story of the great Jap
anese artist Elyosat yrhlch , was related
to him by an English, resident'.! the
country: "A Mend of his haA.prepared
(our magnificent .sliding "panels .cover
ed with the; finest silk Bja4 had given
them to the painter, grlthfthe request
that be .would, execute some ptjbia mas
terpieces on them toe, him. JTfteightor
nine years KlyosaVhail kept those pan
els,' and they;StiHireinalnedJ!bare, but
peatnastera-, are. jlwaysi erratic,, and
the would be purchaser neves; gave tip
hope. One day, however, h0 '.burst In
opooMnj; Mend arttb the terrible Intelli
gence that KlyoBatuwas dead drunk and
hadrolneahls-panels. "He smashing
away at then oqt the floorjand he Is
simply crawling pyer themhe said, In
" m towering rage. My friend.agreed to
go around with him to Klyosal'i bonae
to try It nosslble to stostfhe outrage.
When they arrived they found, the
master In high state rt fever and
I looking more like a jrUd jsntaal than a
human being, with his tusklike teeth
and his poor, pitted facesweeping and
, hacking about all over the silken -pan
eis. am iney enrerea jxiypsu rei im
, room, leaving behind hua the panels
scattered Irregularly, over the floor, but
each one smothered snth Jpprfc look
.; here. said iny Mend tery generously,
It sva4 I who lntrodticed Klyoeal to
; yotV ana jt was I woa suggested ms
" Dalntins these doom therefore ft Is
only, fair that X should relieve you of
" them and find fou a new set, which I
' .win Willingly Co? But tha.wner of
the panels, shrewd guessing "thai my
; Mend bad not: made thl magnificent
', offer without some good reason, cbang-
-' ed Ms-mind and said that be could on
no account receive so costly a gift' He
kef them, and .wisely, tod, tor those
t' tour panels are now; universally consid
ered a some of Klyosal'i greatest mas
terpieces. v ; .
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Stats ev Ohio, Citt Jof Tolxdo,
' 1 88.
JjUCAS uouhtt. -
" TFa asx J. Caxm makes oath that he
Is senior partafl of the Arm of, F.J.
' CkNt ACo, (Wag business In ths
' City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay each and
every ease of Catabbh that cannot be
cured by the ' rut of Hall's Cataskb:
Coam.; J. M li f
' V I JfeANlC j. CHEBt.f
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
, tny presence, this 6lh da of .December,
A. D. 1836. ' v '
7 . 'A. W. GLEA80N,
STSAL V : Notary Public
Ed'l's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
r "7, and acts directly on the blood and
fi-'iirj enr'wes of the system. Bend for
t ' .' .'.), frea.' " ' -" V-
J. C" " rrY.-b CO., Toledo, O,
4 &an auk
- Tht medical fraternity la showing a
disposition to treat as martyrs the doc
tors who were present to the last with
President alcKlnley. The ground of
martyrdon Is situated la the fact that
congress will pay merely 125,000 for
this doctors bilL "This Is aa ungener
ous and inadequate sum to distribute
ss aa honorarium among those who ac
cepted such a responsibility." says a
medical review. It Is writ in history
that the president died from a wound
that should not have been fatal. It still
remains-true that the medical profes
sion Is the only profession In the world
that collects enormous sums .without
delivering the goods. New York Press.
The Best prescrlptloa tor Malaria.
Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Oaovx's
Tastxxbss Chill Tohic. It is simply
Iron sad quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure ao pay. Price 60s.
Tenderfoot (nervously)-I don't like
the looks of the hotel. Is tbat the oulj
'place I can put upT
Proprietor (slgnlflcantly)-Y-a-a-s, uu
jless you prefer the graveyard over th
bilL Indianapolis News.
Few people ever really .want a thing
until they see others chasing after it
Biliousness is a condition character
ized by a disturbance of the digestive
organs. The stomach Is debilitated, the
liver torpid, the bowels constipated.
There Is a loathing of food, pains In the
bowels, dizziness,, coated tongue snd
vomiting, first of the undigested or part
ly digested food and then of bile. Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
allay the disturbances of the stomach
and create a healthy appetite. They also
tone up the liver to a healthy action and
regulate the bowels. Try them and you
are certain to be much pleased with the
result For sale by F. 8. Duffy.
The Due de Roquelaure was far, very
far,-Trom being handsome. One day be
met In the street an ugly Auvergnat
Who bad some petition or memorial to
present at Versailles. He immediately
introduced him to Louis XIV., remark
ing that be was under a special obliga
tion to the gentleman. The king grant
ed the favor asked and then inquired
of the duke what was this pressing ob
ligation. "But for him, your majesty, I
should be the ugliest man In your do
T0C KNOW WHAT TOU ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
Is simply Iron and quinine in a tasteless
form. No cure no pay. Price 56c.
Providing For the Future.
"That wns a very liberal allowance
you made your titled son-in-law."
"Yes," answered the American mil
lionaire. "Don't you think It will encourage
htm In habits of idleness?'
"Not a bit of It I am going to teach
him to play poker and keep him hus
tling to hold on to It" Washington
Don't Start Wrong.
Pon'ttart.the summer with a finger
ing cough or cold. We all 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 One Minute Cough Cure
will set you right. Sure cure for cough,
colds, croup, grip, bronchitis, all throat,
and lung troubles. Absolutely safe. Acts
at once. Children like it. "One Minute
Cough Cure is the best cough medicine I
ever used," says J. H. Bowies, Groveton,
N. H. 'I never found anything else that
acted so safely and quickly." F S Duffy.
tie Last Shot.
Captain S. H. Barton of Del Rio,
Tex.; puts forth a claim to the much
disputed' honor of having fired the last
shot in the civil war. On May 13, 1805,
after peace had been declared, a sharp
fight took place near Brazos Santiago,
Tex., between the Confederate forces
under General Slaughter and the Union
forces under Colonel Barrett The fight
ing was done on the old field of Palo
Alto. In the midst of the battle Gener
al Slaughter received dispatches from
the French troops who were watching
the conflict from the other side of the
Rio Grande which convinced him that
the war was really over, and he order
ed his men to cease firing. Captain
Barton had command of the rear guard
of the Confederates. As be was retir
ing one of his men was killed by a
stray shot and in anger be fired at the
distant blue line. That, be asserts, was
the last shot of the war.
Miss Florence Newman, who has been
a great sufferer from muscular rheuma
tism, says Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is
the only remedy that affords her relief.
Miss Newman Is a much respected resi
dent of the village of Gray, N. T., and
makes this statement for the benefit of
others similarly afflicted. This liniment
Is for sale by F. & Duffy A Co.
;' , Tm Haaa Waa SkaJcr, i
( When John Qulncy Adams was eighty
years of age, he met in the streets of
Boston an old Mend, who snook bia
trembling hand and s d, "Good morn
ing, and bow is John Qulncy. Adams to
dayTT . ;-.
j !Thank, you," was the ex-president's
answer. "John Qulncy Adams himself
IS well,' sir; quite Well, I thank you.
But the house In which he lives St pres
ent Is becoming dilapidated. It Is tot
tering upon its foundation. Time a '
the seasons have nearly destroyed
Its root l pretty veil worn put Its
walla are much shattered, and it trem
bles with every wind. The old tene
ment is becoming almost uninhabita
ble, and H think John QulncyAdanu
will have to move out of It soon. But
he himself is ulte. well, sir; quite
welL" ,( ).. ;
With that the venerable sixth presi
dent of the United States moved on
with the aid of bis staff.
Digests what yon eat
This preparation contains all of tht
digeatants add digests all kinds ot
food. ItglveslnsuntrellofauJ never
falls to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want The most sensitive
stomachs can take It. By Its use niany
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything else failed. It
prevents formation of gas on the st om
ach, relieving all distress afteft eating
Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take.
W can't help
but do you good
Proprloriljby RO. PaWnr AOo.,Ohlrat
Tun U. BuLUe contains 1 tluac lite too. sum.
F. 8. DUrFY CO.
TWr DMit Interfere.
Governor Bob Taylor of Tennessee
bad a heart as tender aa a woman, and
the way he pardoned out convicts wai
something awful. He was waited upon
by a committee of the legislature, wh
very flatly and in no uncertain r.waj
told him that this "wholesale pardon
ing must stop."
"Gov'ner Bob" looked at the commit
tee, tapped a bell, asked for lis pardon
clerk and when be came said:
"Make out pardons for every man In
The clerk bowed and withdrew. Then
the governor looked at the committee,
who were staring as If they thought hi
was going mad.
"Gentlemen," he said finally, "I am
governor of Tennessee, and if this com
mittee or any other ever again seeks tc
interfere with my constitutional right
to pardon I'll sign every pne ef thosi
pardons which the clerk is making out
Good morning." Denver Times.
RELIEF HI SIX HOURS.
DIstressIngKldney nd lBladder Dlr
ease relieved in six hours by "New
Great Booth Amihioait Kidrbt Curb."
It is a great surprise on; account ot Its
exceeding promptness In relieving pain
In bladder, kidneys and back, in male or
female. Relieves retention of water al
most immediately. If you want quick
relief and cure this is the remedy. Sold
by C. D. Bradham, Druggist.
Cholerle Veraaa Qalet Natures.
Clarendon, says The Schoolmaster,
made careful observation when he
wrote: "Angry and choleric men ore as
ungrateful and unsociable as thunder
and lightning, being In themselves all
storm and tempests; but quiet and easy
natures are like air weather, welcome
to all and acceptable to ail men; they
gather together what the others dis
perse and reconcile all whom the others
incense; as they have the good, will
and the good wishes of all other men,
so they have the full possession of them
selves, have all their own thoughts at
peace and enjoy quiet and ease in their
Own fortune, how strait soever it may
$100 Dr. E. Dctchons's Anti-Diuretic
may be worth to you more than $100 if
you have a child who soils beddiag from
incontinence of water during sleep.
Cures old and young alike. ' It arrests
the trouble at once. $1. Sold by CD.
IC Waan't Lighted.
A mother was calling the attention
of Iter little boy to the moon, which
was to be seen clearly but pallidly In
the early afternoon.
"Why, you can't see the moon In the
daytime," replied the youngster.
"Oh, yes, you can. There It is over
The little fellow looked hard and had
to admit the fact that he saw it but he
added, " 'Tain't lighted, anyhow."
Wants Others to Know.
"I havered DeWltt's Little Early
Risers for constipation and torpid liver
and they are all right. I am glad to in
dorse them for I think when we find a
good thing we ought to let others know
It," writes Alfred Helnze, Qulncy. 111.
They never gripe or distress. Sure, safe
pills. F.S. Duffy.
Why the Doctor Fait Baa.' '
"Dr. Bingham's badly used up by bis
last case. ehV
"l should say so. He pronounced
the patient dead and sent for the un
dertaker, when she came to life.''
- "He ought to be glad of it" ;
"Not at all. Having pronounced the
girl dead, be considered her recovery
a reflection on his kill." Denver
Times. 1 v - - .
Stand Like a Stone Wall
Between your .children and the tor
tures of Itching and burning eczema,
soaldhead or other skin diseases.
How? why, by using Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, earth's greatest healer. Quickest
cure for Ulcers, raver - Sores, Salt
Rheum, Cuts, Burns or Bruises. ; Infalll
bis for Piles. 25c st O. D. Bradham's
Carry Oreea MaeS Parasol. '
It has been a fad for the Inst few
years for girls to be quite regardless of
their complexions during the summer,
but the girl who Is wise will take my
advice sod carry a parasol, and for the
greatest comfort and to prevent sll
strain snd glare to ber eyes let her
have a dark green lining to It This
lining will not affect In any way the
outside covering or the appearance of
her parasol. Mrs. Ralston In Ladles
Home Journal. -
DISTRESSING STOMACH DISEASE.
' Permanently cured by the " masterly
power of "South Aksrica Nbbvisb
Tonic.'' Invalids need suffer no longer,
because this great remedy can cure them
all. It is s cure for the whole world of
stomach weakness and Indigestion.' The
cure begins with the first dose. The re
lief It btings Is marvelous and surprising
It makes no failure, never' disappoints.
No matter how long you have suffered,
your cure is certain nnder the use of this
great health-giving force. Pleasant and
alwsys safe. Bold by O, D. Bradham,
Drti'rdst. . :
Political Pot Be tinner to Boil.
Chief Justice OfDce.
Csptals lain, of the Raleigh Bass
Base Tessi, Whs Was Severely
Isjared la sUaae With
the Chsrlettes, Isspreved
Tax Abstracts seat
Ralxioh, May 83. The Bute charters
the Farmers' Ginning and Mining Co.
of Scotland Neck, capital $30,000, A. J.
Draper and others stockholders.
There Is beginning to be considerable
talk here about the contest for the Dem
ocratic nomination for the Judgeships.
It Is generally admitted tbat there will
be a lively contest between Judge George
U. Brown and H. G. Connor for the As
sociate Justiceship. Brown has develop
ed unexpected strength In tome quarters
It is rumored tbat Judge Francis D.
Winston stands a good chance of defeat
by R. B. Peebles It Is conceded that
W. R Allen will get the nomination Is
this district, and It is said to be practi
cally certain that Judge Walter II. Neal
will win out In his district
Cspt. Kalnofthe Raleigh baseball
team, who was hit on the head by a
pitched ball at Charlotte during Ral
eigh's first game there, is being treated
by a specialist here who says Kain will
probably be all right In a week. The In
jury was a severe one, and narrowly
missed being fatal.
State Auditor Dixon is sending out
tax abstracts to the various counties and
Is also calling on corporations for their
June reports. His annual report will
appear neit week. It should have
come from the printer March 1, the au
The Ohio River & Charleston R. R.,
on which 450 State convicts sre at work,
is now In eight miles of Bakcrsvllle,
Mitchell county. The work Is very
heavy. By July 1, it is expected the
road will be in two miles of Bakersville.
It will go no nearer.
The Cape Fear and Southern railway,
one end of which is at Apex, on the
Seaboard Air Line, is being extended
from Anfiler to Dunn, both these points
being in Harnett county.
Reveals a Great Secret
It Is often asked now 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-infect
ed mucus, 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
coughs soon yield to Dr. King's New
Discovery, the most infallible remedy
for all Throat and Lung diseases. Guar
anteed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
tles free at C. D. Bradham's.
"You can always depend upon what
a congressman tells you in a letter,"
"You can, can you?" replied Mc
"Yes. Congressmen frank their let
ters, you know." Pittsburg Chronicle
Telegraph. "It is with a good deal ot pleasure and
satisfaction that I recommend Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy," says Druggist A. W. Sawtelre,
of Hartford, Conn. "A lady customer,
seeing tho remedy exposed for sale on
my show case, said to me: 'I really be
lieve that medicine saved my life the
past summer while at the shore,' and she
became so enthusiastic over Its merits
that I at once made up ' my mind to
recommend it in the future. Recently
a gentleman came into my store so over
come with colic pains that he sank at
once to the floor. I gave him a dote of
this remedy which helped htm. .1 repeal
ed the dose and in fifteen minutes he
left my store smilingly informing me
mat ne ieit as wen ss ever." Bold by r.
a Duffy ft Co. - ' -
Gorklns Since meat has gone ap
I've been forced to economize. . ,
Blller Have you quit eating meat?
Gorklns-Oh, not That would be out
of the question. But I now take tny
meals down town. '' I have .got the fam
ily In training on a vegetable diet, you
see, and It never would do to tempt
them by having meat In. the house
. What Thin Folks Need :
Is a greater power of digesting; and
assimilating food." For them Dr. King's
New Life Pills work wonders. They
tone and regulate tne digestive organs,
gently expel all poisons from the sys
tem, enrich the blood, improve appelite,
make healthy flesh. Only 25c at C. D.
, ' Sear Orapea. .'V' .
Once upon a time a fox tried to shine
socially, but his stomach wouldn't stand
"Gross sensuality!" sneered he here
upon. "Faugh! I will bare none of
Hence sprang up the limited eultbf
foxes of good family who ran to brains
snd who either were not invited out at
sll or'dld all the talking at the formal
. HOW IT IS DOME.
The first object In life with the Amer
ican people Is lo "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 ymt
be, a despondent sufferer from any of
the effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint
Appendicitis. Indigestion, etc.. such as
Blrk Headache, Palpitation of the Ilesrt,
Sour , Stomsch, Habitual. JOostlveuess,
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. Dn!Ty and (?et a sam
ple bottle free. I'vu!?.r size, 7cts. Get
Green's Special A. r ,;o.
Troubles of a Postmaster.
Wlastoa-Balera, N. C, Miy Post
master Lewis' of Madisea says ths com
plaint has aot been filed jet la ths big
suit for damages brought by Mr. D.K
Pope of Charlotte against Postmaster
Lewis, Dr. McAsally and Chief ot Polios
Webster of Madison. la ths suit last!
tuled at Martlnivllla, Vs., against ths
postmaster ao sxtradltloa papers have
yet beea Issued. Receatly a warrant for
the arrest of Mr. Lewis was sent the
sheriff ot Rockingham county, but It was
aot served. Postmaster Lewis admits
that the Indictment against him la Vir
ginia is Interfering somewhat with his
plans. He baa a sweetheart In the state
and he can not go to see her for fear of
being arrested. If ths suits pending
should result la "breaking ths match.''
Mr. Lewis thinks he will haves good
case for damages sgainst Pope.
ruiaMmar aa Ta Jamea.' "
Notwithstanding the goodipricesha
received for his books,;Flel(Ungyaa
always more or less in difllcu ties, from
his reckless mode of 'living.' ''Tpm
Jones," however, was nearlypeingBac
rlflced in one ot his Impecunious eflts
for the sum of 23. ' The'publlsherfoN
Innately asked for a dayjoxconslderjf
he could risk such a suniandFleldIng
in the meantime met ' Thomsonhe
poet, to whom be told the transaction.
Thomson scorned the Idea t( Fielding
parting with bis brains fofcsacbf aeum
and offered to get hlmDetter terms,
but Fielding felt blmselfpartly -pledged.
Never did author walCt monwa nx-
lously on a publisher hopingto ejee
cepted than did Fleldlngfboplng torbe
refused. He waa refused'
Joyfully he carried bis, manuscript to
Thomson to fulfill bis "promise. The
poet Introduced Fielding to 'Andrew,
Miller, who handed the bootCbverrto
his wife to read. She discerned Hts
merits and advised her husband to
keep It Over a pleasant dinner given
by Miller to Fielding and Thomson the
bargain was made which secured
Fielding, to his great delight, 200 for
the story. Miller is said to have clear
ed 18,000 by "Tom . Jones," out of
which be paid Fielding from, time to
time various sums to the amount of
2,000, bequeathing him alsq a hand
Like a Drowning Man. .
"Five years ago a disease the doctor
called dyspepsia took such hold of me
that I could scarcely go." writes Geo. S.
Marsh, well-known attorney of Nocona,
Tex. "I took quantities of pepsin and
medicines but nothing helped me. As a
drowning man grabs at a straw I grab
bed at Kodol. I felt an Improvement ai
once snd after a few bottles am sound
and welt" Kodol Is the only preparation
which exactly reproduces the natural
digestive Juices and consequently is the
only one which digests any good food
and cures any form of stomach trouble.
Hid Hla Whip.
The late Lord Queensberry's famous
protest at the performance of Tenny
son's "Promise of May"' had a quaint
sequel, A society Journal, now deceased,
made some scathing comments on, the
Lord Queensberry armed' himself
with a heavy whip and called t the
office, asking to see the editor. He was
conducted to the presence of an elderly
woman,' who regarded him severely
through her spectacles.
Remembering the "Queensberry
rules," be hid the horsewhip and .mere
ly remarked that he had called to talk
the matter over.
Holds np a Congressman.
"At the end ot the campaign,' writes
Champ Clark, Missouri's brilliant con
gressman, "from overwork, nervous
tension, loss of sleep and constant speak
ing I had about utterly collapsed. It
teemed that all the organs In my body
were out of order, but three bottles of
Electric Bitters made me all rleht. It's
the best all-round medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter." Over-worked
run-down men and weak, sickly women
gain splendid health and vitality from
Electric Bitters. Try them. Only 50c.
uuaranteea uy u. u. uradiiam.
. Mlsrat HaT Beea Wane.
"Charley, dear," said young Mrs.
Torkins, "that horse you bet on"
There's no need of bringing the mat
ter up. I know tbat my Judgment was
very bad and all that" ...
"Oh, I wouldn't take It to heart! The
horse might have been beaten worse.
You must give him credit for getting
around ahead of the horses that were
entered for the following race." Wash
ington Star. '. ...n - '
. Pay Teas1 Dehts. '
"No, sir," declared. Gaazen as he
warmed up to bis subject, "you'll never
be happy so long as you are In debt
Pay your debts, Swsyback, pay your
debts." ; -
"But I bsve no money," said Sway
"Then borrow it" Detroit ; Free
Press. ;;.;-;'-v'v-";v:'.f: '- jy,
Wiluam-The Idea of his calling his
book a historical novel 1 It doesn't
agree with history even in the slight
est particular, .i w
Frederick And so may be quite true.
Boston Transcript ; .
" ' ' A Paamle. )
Mother (reprovingly to little girl Just
ready to go for a walk) Dolly, that
hole was not In your glove this morn
ing. - ' ' ,
Dolly (promptly) Where was it, then,
Of 100,000,000 passengers by sea all
the World over fifty lose their lives. Of
the same number by rail forty-seven
are killed. ; .o
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; , Beware , of a Cough.
A cough Is not a disease but a symp
tom. Consumption and bronchitis,
which sre the most dangerous snd fatal
diseases, have for their first Indication a
persistent cough, ami If properly treated
as soon as the cough appears are easily
cured. Chambei Iain's Couirh Remedy
his proven wonderfully successful, and
gained its wldu reputation and extensive
sale by its success In curing the diseases
which cause coughing. - If it is not bene
fic'al it will not cost you a cent For
sfi'e ty F. 8. Duffy & Co.
ARE YC'J WISE LTZrUlt
maiuatbmiaraiudy t equal aUafc-aa Stuataag Mulmaat.
a si easy way
and a sure way to treat a case of Sore
Throat in order to kill disease germs
and insure healthy throat action is to
take half a glassfull of water put into
it a teaspoon ful of
, Mexican Mustang
and with this r:n.vl l'18 Ihrv-nt r.t frejnent lutorvah.
Then lUi tb Mt-J :.f fo linoi.r .thoroughly whu tholinl
ment an.t af t'r cloiii'; iiiw ixi.i-mmh-;i..i fMwf t twth tui.l wm
around tho u t. Itui ru. ;ITi .23 CUR-.
IT MAY BE YGH .,
tua MuktiWig KUiih.-. ...
1 INK TBI
Wire Screens, Door and Window Screens, Lawn Mowers, Ice ( ream
Freezers, Ice Shavers.
A full line of Hardware, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Enamels in Gold,
Silver and Allnminum.
A new lot Ball Bearing Castors, improved.
Our goods as represented. ' PRICKS THE LOWEST.
Give us yonr orders.
phone Gaskil! Hardware Co.
147. 711 Mmi.l.s 8t! NF.W IlKKN, N. C
SPECIALS THIS WEEK
6t Pollock St.
- About 75 pieces Imitation Torchon Laces,r
half inch to four inches wide, Special' Sale
price 4c yard.
' Our entire line of 60c Shirt Waists at 35c,
A Bargain File ot Colored Lawns 4c and
5c. Some ot these were our 10c grade.
REMEMBER these are for JHIS
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o tv VI u
X TO SaAE
$8.00 and $9.00 Suits in our
11 U 1UU11 111MU 11 uw
Terms strictly uisn.
back if not satisfactory . '
Ij. G. Vunn & Co.,
q ' Men' & Soy'n Wear, q
IFoHocIs: Stxcot- , Jj
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' aaS Mmkm mmM aal m AtW '
' I- .1 Willi a running
-.1 with Atexi.
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Fpring line for ' q
All Suite guaranteed. Money
- 'TUCKER BROS.
810 North Front Street,
. : WIIMINQTON, ;. . V. IV
tfhe place to boy jour Cemetery
Work at BOTTOM PRICES. Ir
TfarAiom nnd TVimuclin Rpnnifp and
Marble. Lettering and Finish the
S Best. Send for lntest designs. All
Branch yard, Goldsboro, N. C.
ujU ; '..C ;. Lottie.
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