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Ksw Cera. If. &, May ?. 1102.
ASOUITO AXD AfcOUT.
Two hobseS of A. J. Gaiktnt o Hie
eock ttfert are aeariy completed.
boat S3 people went to Klnatoa last
evening te hear Bern Joae lector.
Capt 0. 0. Howard weal to Pollock
, Till Sunday when a will have charp
, . The Athletic Association will ' not
raa the excursion to Wilmington oa
' Best Tharsdiy.
Mr. 0. 1. Foy'e new resldeaoeoa Mid
dle alreet will be completed aext
i Tber waa a food ilzed crowd la the
cJtavMsterday afternoon aad trade wa
Mr, IL & Harper I building two ten
ant houses oa King street. One la nearly
Bally Abb Flaher, an Insane colored
peraoa waa arretted tbla morning and
will be committed to tbe asylum aoon.
Mrs. Powell It baying an addition
ballt to her house on Middle itreet and
la alto building a handsome porch on
A Terr good shipment of beans left
here yesterday a few Irish potatoes were
shipped also. Probably tbe last peas of
the season were shipped on theNeuse
The "Up Town Juniors" played the
"Down Town Juniors," the score was
11 to 13 in favor of the latter, 15 Innings
Batteries, Smith and Parsons, Duffy and
Whltehurst. Umpire, Howard.
The revival meeting at the First Bap
tist Church are Increasing In Interest in
and the daily and evening meetings are
largely attended. Doubtless Dr Barron's
efforts will meet with good results.
The property of Mr. J. W. Stewart on
the corner of Pollock and Metcalf street
Is undergoing repairs. The building Is of
an old and quaint style of architecture
and the Improvements will harmonize
well with Its original quaintness.
The recruiting station has received
six candidates for the United States ar
my and has a number of others In pros
pect. If the enlistment from this place
will warrant it this station will be made
A remarkable growth of human flesh
was on exhibition last night on Middle
street. A boy 17 years old, measuring 6
feet, 3 inches in girth and less than 6
feet high, weighing 600 pounds, was the
There was a quite a bunch of disorder
liea before the mayor yesterday morn
ing. They were fined or sent to Jail
with the exception of Webster Stevens
who waa dismissed. Mayor Patterson
expressed himself plainly to the prison
ers before him and his heavy sentences
will have the very much to be desired
Did yon ever have a case of "Spring
Fever" f When It was the hardest work
In the world to do anything at all f That
was because your system's machinery
waa ont of order and required overhaul
ing. BRADHAM'S LAXATIVE CHILL
TONIC is the best kind of a system
cleanser and general tonic It enriches
the blood and stimulates the liver to
greater activity, removing sallow nest,
pimples, malarial poisons and building
up the health generally. Just the thing
for "poorly" children. At Bradham's
Special Sale Fans.
We put on sale Thursday morning 75
dozen new style Fans for ladles and
children at special bargain prices this
sale 8, 5, 8, 10, 15, 19c. and up to $1.50
each. BABFOOT BROS"
Children will play and get over-heated
get their feet wet, expose themselves In
dozens of ways, and you can't prevent
it. All you can do is to keep them as
free from exposure as possible and al
ways have In the house a Cough Remedy
that can be depended upon. Anway's
. Jronn Bvrnn will fill evarv renntrement.
i It is guaranteed to care Coughs, ; Colds
tnnimnnflrinAftnMVMmti will m
refunded by any dealer selling It. Bold
by Davis, Henry's, and Bradham's
, Pharmacy. ,
' Aa ' well at ,: everybody else, peed
i some good liver medicine occasionally,
s BRADHAM'S ANTIBILIOTS OLIVER
$ PILLS "cleans the liver, cool the blood
and ease the head," without .griping or
; danger of salivation note this the
., pills are purely vegetable and serve their
uunnM M well u 11 ludt .. raiuiBinwi
some injurious mineral drag. Box of 88
i for 25013 dose. Mfg. and told at
Bradham's Phannecv. ? r P, P
BIUous Liver PJUs,
' stimulating the liter, causing Increased
flow of bll and producing natural move
. . ' i: in mm j nmin Bun un nw
ments of the bowel, They do not pro
duce griping or ales stomach. Sure cure
lor Constipation, flatulency, Heartburn
etc Price 85 cts. Manufactured by &
f D. Bradhamy wholesale and retail drug-
c 1 All Ilzzhdizs.
ricr.coi.itojtake. Tonr money
bao if I"'u:!3. v
A- a s
Three id bftil
Ret fccfe Takes First Came t ra W0
mUfloa. Only Tr More Came.
Tb New Barn team arrived bar San
ity aaomlag, after tte teas pea to oat tare
fame at Raleigh.
Th teas felt no discouragement from
lh Iom of the gaasea, which war
nader the complete control of Umptr
Frond, who never gave New Bon a
chance to win, whan close decisions af
fected th score.
Teaterday afternoon, th Wilmington
team arrived, lader th management of
manager H. J. Gerken.
Then has been conalderabl distur
bance among th Wilmington players,
owing to their being left by manager
Bear on Sunday, without warning, bat
In yetterday'a gam, lh club played
pretty good bell, and with some capable
management, aad perhaps a few changes
the club ought to get out of the one to
seventeen class, aad give the other club
Yesterday's gam was not so fail a
gam aa tb score would Indicate. There
were errors on both sides, bat these did
not specially affect the score which was
a small one.
Tbe weather was sultry, which prob
ably accounted for the lack of ginger,
which both teams are capable of.
Just before the game began, Umpire
Harry Mao was presented with a band
somo boquet, a testimonial of apprecla
tlona from the ladles who know good
The score and summary are as fol
lows. HCW BESH. A.B. R. H. P.0 A. 1.
Flllman, s.s 4 0 1 1 4 3
Devlin Jb 3D 1 8 3 1
Foster 3 1 0 4 1 0
Randolph,8b 8 0 0 1 4 8
Crawley, l.f 3 1 1 0 0 0
Laughlln, lb 3 1 1 10 0 1
Wind, c. f 3 t) 0 3 0 0
Holland, r.f 3 0 0 1 0 0
Getllgp 8 0 1 0 3 0
26 3 5 27 13 7
WILMINGTON. A.B. R. H. r.0 A. 8.
Mathlson, s.s 3 0 0 8 8 1
Handlbon, 3b 4 0 0 4 3 1
McGlnnls,e.f. 4 0 0 5 0 0
Dommel, lb. 3 0 2 7 0 0
Fisher, c 4 0 0 4 1 0
Hutton 3b 3 0 0 1 8 1
Brown, l.f 3 0 0 '0 0 1
Boucher r.f 3 0 0 0 0 0
McCann, p 4 110 10
Total 31 1 823 11 4
'Crawley out for running out of
SCORE BY innInob.
Wilmington 0 0000010 0-1
New Bern 0 1010010 x 8
Summary: Two base hit, Crawley;
bases stolen, Handlbon, Laughlln;double
plays. Hutton. Handlbon, DommelLr Ill-
man, Devlin and Laughlin; struck out
by McCann 3, Gettiga; bases on balls,
McCann 1, Gettlg 5; hit by pitched ball,
Hutton: left on bases, Wilmington 10,
New Bern 3. Time of game 1 :25. Umpire
Charlotte defeated Raleigh at Raleigh,
yesterday by a score of 7 to 3. Mr.
Sherwood Upchnrch umpired the game.
Greensboro defeated Durham yester
day by a score of 8 to 3.
Only two more games here this week,
before the New Bern team leaves for a
Game today begins at 4.30 p. m.
standing;of this clubs.
won lost per cint.
Charlotte " 15 3 . 833
Raleigh 13 0 684
Durham 11 8 578
Greensboro 9 10 474
New Bern 7 13 378
Wilmington 1 17 065
DESERTS HIS TEAM.
No Transportation for the Wflmiatlon
Ball Clab, bat Others Come to ;
Wilmington, May 25. Manager Ed
gar Bear rather unceremoniously relin
quished the management of the Wllmlng
ton baseball .club Sunday by falling to
provide transportation for the team to
leave for the game at New Bern. Mr.
Bear wa managing the team at a private
enterprise, bat as soon at It was seen to
night that he had ceased his connection
with the dab a number of enthusiasts
held an Informal meeting and have ar
ranged to finance the team Id the future.
Mr. H, J. Gerken was chosen temporary
manager. An effort will be made to get
Umpire Harry Mace to captain and man
age th re-organlzed team, ,
Tit sidewalk In front of the Boom
market'' at Fir Points, I being very
much Improved. A sic brick curbing
has been ran along the ltd and at the
end of th market, and th walk raised
several inches. ' A covering of marl will
complete the work, making tt th best
walk in that part of town.
Considerable Improvement hat been
mad In th market building which re
flect much credit upon th proprietor,
JT. A. Boom, who 1 on of th most In
dustrlous and enterprising' colored men
In town, j. ' .v';-;
' Special Sale Ladles Vests. .
- Tomorrow, and all this week w offer
ladles fine bleached vests In all sizes,
worth 15 to 20c each, at 10c each, only
8 to each bnyer. '
BURGLARY AT FIVE MUTTS.
Store Opened, SaJfe alOed af Caatcats
brewers and Papers Left la the -t
Yard. Msacy tone
Mr. X. B. Cox keeps a grocery ator in
Ftv Point, ad on Betarday night,
placed hit boot and a ana of money
amoonting to fifty dollars In allvsr la
th draw of hit aaf aad locked th
drawer, thinking tt secure.
Sunday morning Mr. Cox wa aroused
by a boy who works aronnd th ator.
and was given to understand that some
thing had goad amiss, at hit lace of
business, Mr. Cox fonnd a window in
the rear open, th key to th bolt that
fastens th Indow having been removed
from the Inside. No violence had been
used In entering and nothing waa fonnd
disturbed on tb Inside, except th safe,
lh drawers and strong box of which
had been torn ont and carried off.
There were several books in th safe.
and they had apparently been removed
to allow the thief to tear oat th Interior
and had then, been replaced, without be
ing Injured. All tbe papers except
life Insurance policy waa fonnd In a
neat little pile on a shelf near by. Later
In the day the policy sol wreckage of
the safe was found In the back yard. i -
Mr. Cox says tbe combination of tbe
safe bad been out of order some time
and that only tbe Inaldn compartments
The robbery wm evidently done by
some peraoa well acquainted with the
arrangement of the store, aad the fai t
of tbe safe being unlocked.
THE MAN ABOUT TOWN.
Impression and Observations Caught on
Old Solomon knew what he was talk
ing about when heaald "There's noth
ing new under the Sun." The guy who
originated base ball thought he had
iitruck an entirely new trick, but he
didn't. As long ago as when Adam and
Eve were In the garden of Eden we find
the first account of the supposed to be
exclusively National game. It waa In
those days when the world waa young
that tbe chronicle of the first game ap
pears. Th devil was catcher: be coached
Eve who stole first and Adam stole sec
Then when Cain came to bat, he made
a base hit by killing Abel. A little fur
ther down In history, Isaac met his
fiancee (Rebecca) walking with a pitcher
but he didn't get Jealous. Mosea was
the first man to register a home run
when he killed the Egyptian and Abra
bam made sacrifice. Sampson did a
great stunt when he shut oat a great
many Philistines with the jaw bone of
an ass. The roles were not well formu
lated then. David was a great long dis
tance thrower. And the Prodigal Son
made the second home ran of . the
The continued defeat of New Bern at
Raleigh Is not without Its amusing side.
At a certain well known honse the game
of Friday waa the one toplo of conver
sation and all other subjects were com
pletely Ignored. A gentleman happened
to state after a lull In the conversation
that the Boers had surrendered to the
English; well, said a young lady, her
mind Intent on the catastrophe at Ral
eigh, "the Nw Berns ought to have
known they would be beaten when they
went to Raleigh; I'm not sorry for them
one bit." After that the conversation
was confined exclusively to base ball.
Thb Man About Town.
Tbe Knigbb oi Templar.
8L John's Commandery No 10, Knight
Templar hu been the scene of much
activity daring the week jast passed, the
Commandery being honored by avltlt
from Paat Eminent Grand Commander
F.M. Moye, who assisted the local 81r
Knights In conferring th several Tem
plar degress upon Sir Knights' T. "--A.
Henry, W 8. Simmons and J.F, Rhem.
Dr. Moye Is considered the brightest and
most ardent mason In tb state and his
visits are considered treats to , thoit
initiated Into the mysteries of Masonic
lore. Work waa completed Friday night
with the traditional banquet served la
Lowthrop Hall by Mr. Sam Radcliff.
St John's Commandery will send a
large delegation to the Annual Conclave
of the Grand Commandery, to be held In
Winston, Jane 10th., Sir Knight F.
Ulrica Is Grand Capt. General of the
Grand Commandery as wall as theE. C.
of St, John'a Commandery . located
here. - ,
HcDufflce's little Mne Liver mi makes
blue people bright, cleanses tbe system
of all the deleterious and unhealthy mat
ter and make a new person of yon. , 35
cents at F. 8.' Daffy izy.UK ; -Jy ?
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS, t
Mr W. D. Mclver.hu returned from a
short trip to Raleigh..
Mr. R. S. Neal of Morehead City was
here yesterday on business.
Mr. Caleb C. Morton, of Onslow
county was in town yesterday. ?
; Mr, R. G. Rivers, manager of the Ral
eigh base ball team Is In tbe city.
' Mr. . O. N. En net t relnrned home
yesterdsy after a few days pleasure
trip. . . . . :i;:A
Mrs. Robert Houston of Wilmington,
N. C. Is la th city visiting Miss Olivia
Mttta.- v. "v;v .... '. :
' Dr. and Mrs. Primrose, Mr. and Mrs.
H.O. Lumsdett, Misses Mary Moore,
and Hal Newman, and Mr. T. G. Hyman
who attended the ball games at Raleigh
last week, have returned home.
Miss Johnson, teacher of the kinder
garten, left last evening for "Norfolk on
the steamer ITeuae. Ehe will pass her
vacation wllIi f.'onds In Wasli!ngton,D,
0, and Y7i t Vllula. . "
. WEEiLT FASHION HINTS.
The lew Tsslier Front A Craccfal Vls
A particularly graceful visiting gown
la of a soft shade of bin cloth. The
yoke aad th kwr part of th aleevea
ar of paff -mbrpldted chiffon, whil
th panel front of th skirt, the berth
and the extensions from the yoke to the
belt are appliqned with graceful scrolls
for which Corticelll silk is employed.
The lower part of the skirt Is ornament
ed with several wide tucks. This model
fully emphasizes the fact that the tablier
front is to be well represented among
tbe new gowns, not alone those Intended
for afternoon, but for evening wear as
well. It will perhaps interest our read
ers to know of a recently Imported skirt
In which the tablier front was pre-eminent.
It is cut In four divisions, each
one bias and shaped to give the neces
sary flare. Each section is shirred to the
other with tiny up-standing frills and
the lower one spreads out Into a very
full flounce. The skirt joins the tablier
at either side and the edges are finished
with rosette bows of narrow black vel
vet ribbon, three or four strands carried
from one to the other all the way down.
A Live Wire Causes a False Alarm.
A wire from a telephone or telegraph
pole fell on South Front street last night
agd communicated with electric lights
and tbe fire alarm system which caused
an alarm of fire. The wire stretched
to the ground aed constituted a lire wire
It was palled away without Inflicting
any Injury. Accidents like this must be
very carefully guarded against as life Is
menaced by this very thing,
After the excitement caused by the
fire bell driver John Taylor and Ben
GUlam became engaged In a .fierce
figet at the engine house and It was with
difficulty that they were separated.
Policeman Lupton atrested Gillam and
put him In a cell and Taylor gaqe bond
jor his appearance before the Mayor
James Wesley Hancock was born
near Swansboro, Onslow County, N. C.
March 34, 1833 and died In New Bern.N.
C. May 34, 1901. " , s.
He was a Confeerate veteran, having
served In the war between the states In
Company I, second : North Carolina
Regiment. . k
On Jan. 13 18C9, hhapplly married to
Miss Mary Fletcher Stanton of Carteret
On May 35 1883 he had a stroke Of
paralysis from which however he so far
recovered as to be able to attend to ordi
nary duties of life. The second stroke
on May 28 1807 left him unable to walk
without assistance. Still he could sit
In his chair and enjoy the society of his
friend and continued remarkably bright
and cheerful through all his afflictions.
He waa stricken the third time on Wed
nesday Msy 14 1903, . and while he con
tinued conscious for most of the time
until the end, ho could not articulate. He
suffered but little and quietly fell asleep
about one o'clock yesterday morning. ,.
. He leaves a wife and daughters .who
have th warmest sympathy of, their
many friends. . . -.
The funeral will bo conducted from
the family residence on Middle street
this (Sunday) afternoon at 4:30- ; , , .
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NEW BERN PRODUCE MARKET.
-teri' $ ''"" - v- . '.j
WBOtKSAtft fRICES crjBSBllT. ,'
Eggs, per oos.i .. .1 . Y.....120:
Chickens, old per pair. .60 & 60
- " young, per pr...,.. 35ft 40
Geese, per pair, ',.80 to 1.00
Pork, per lb. 7&8
Beef, . " v... ; ...... ......... .5 &
Hides, green, per lb v...,,iS
tt , dry, . ..0&11
Beeswax, " 20 to 33
Sweet Potatoes, Tarns, per busb. CO to 70
. " . .Bahamas " . ' 45
Corn, per bosh ........ .. .....w. 85
Oats, . . .-.v; 62,
Local Grain Market '
Meal, per ba.
Hominy, per bu. ......
Corn bran, per 100 lbs.
Wheat bran, per "
Feed, 100 lbs....
Cotton seed meal, 100 lbs., . . . ,
Cotton seed hulls, 100 lbs
Ship stuff. ......... ,
No. 1 Tlmotbv, per ton.
AtDaris'. , '
Go to Davis' for moth balls, fly paper,
Insect powder,cblorlile of lime In cans for
Of Craven Couty Met Testcrday. AD
The Precincts Represented, Can
didates For Congress, Chief
' Jasticeaad Solicitor
Tb Democrallc Cosvenlloa of Crartfn
eonaty mat at th Court Hons Satur
day, at 13:18 o'clock. A large delegatloa
was present and the boatnea was axpedl
tlonsly transacted. Meeting called to
order by Mr. C. T. Watson who request
ed Mr. O. H. Gnloa to act aa temporary
chairman and Mr. E. Gerock secretary.
Tber being no contest In th several
delegations, a committee oa creden
tials waa dispensed with, and the meet
ing proceeded to organize permanently.
Mr. W. B. Lane waa elected perma
neat chairman and Messrs. I. Gerock
and R A.. Nairn, secretaries.
Mr. Lan on taking th chair made a
short but graceful and touching address
to the convention, referring to other
conTCBllons of long ago, and recalling
faces that, will appear In conventions no
morr; faces of those who were strong In
the light for tbe principles of Democ
U. A. Mono Introduaed tb following
revolution , which waa . nnanlmously
adnnied. ' '
We, the reprem-ntatlveii of tbo Oomo
crallcVnttrM of Graven county, North
Carolina, la cou yea lion assembled, con
gratnlallng nurtelvcs and all worthy
Olllxenajof our Bute and feeling grateful
to those men who . have brought about
the peaceful, happy and prosperous con
dition of our people and having In mind
the future welfare of this commonwealth
which we believe can flourish only under
a government administered by intelli
gent, honest and patriotlo while men, do
1. That tbe efficient services of Sena
tor F. M. Simmons and Congressman
Charles R, Thorns In the Senate and
House of Representative of the United
States, respectfully, merit our approval
and that these two competent men de
serve our future support. '
3. That we hereby endorse and pledge
our support to Hon. Walter Clark for
Chief Justice of North Carolina, Hon.
Charles R. Thomas for representative In
Congress of the Third Congressional
District, and E. U. Beddlngfield for Cor
3. That delegates from this Conven
tion be Instrncted to cast the vote of this
county in the State and Congressional
Conventions in accordance herewith.
The following resolution offend by
Mr. O. H. Gulon was unanimously,
adooted. T,.i. : v v.
Whereas, Our Congressman, the Hon.
Charles R. Thomas, bat twice against
the powerful fight of Republicans, car
ried onr District Democratic, and has
been twice elected by handsome major!
ties to the Congress of th United Btates
and In his last election has met with a
-contest for the seat he had gained against
the Populist-Republican Candidate John
E. Fowler, entailing npon him great
labor and expense in maintaining his
contest, and : j ; . v.
Whereas, He has been successful In
receiving from the Republican commit
tee in the House of Representatives a
unanimous report in his favor and now
retains his seat, and - -
Whereas, Through his able efforts he
has secured for his District much valu
able legislation and appropriations nnd
has acquired great influence in the Halls
of Congress by his magnificent ability
and untiring efforts. Therefore be It ;
. Resolved, That thia convention do
nnanlmously endorse for renomlnation
the Hon. Charles R. Thomas, and do In
struct our delegates to the Congressional
Convention to cast the entire vote of
this e?unty for his nomination. Be it
further , " . , , -
i Resolved, that the Hon. CharleS R.
Thomas be allowed to name and select
his delegates to said Convention. '. ;
Upon the question of endorsing a
candidate for Solloitor, the vote of the
convention was taken, D. L. Ward re
ceiving 103J votes and L. L Moore, 21
Upon motion Mr. Ward was accorded
tbe privilege of selecting the delegates
to the Judicial convention. V ;; i '
: A vote ot the convention npon the en
dorsement of Judge H. G. Connor and
Geo. H. Brown for Associate Justice
stood 50 votes for Connor and 50 for
R.'bwn. l - . " '
The chairman was Instructed to name
the delegates to tbe State and Senatorial
conventions. ' '4 - "
After the business was over Mr. Ward
took occasion to express his thanks for
the compliment paid him by -the conven
tion. . . ; ' . '
' Congressman Thomas being present
was called and responded in a few happy
and graceful remarks, thanking the dele
gates for their past support and expres
ing confidence-In -.receiving the unani
mous sapport . of the Democrats of the
enlir district as well aa those of Craven
county., v '- - - . , ; t -
Prescriptions at Daris. ,
' Davis" Prescription Pharmacy makes
a specialty of . prescriptions. Prompt
and careful attention is given them.
Only thebest ; drugs are nsed. The
prices are reasonable. - Send yon rs there
to be filled. '
Oranges 80c per dozen at McSorlcj
- ', NOTICE. .
Notice Is hereby given the public that
application will b mad to th Board of
Commissioners of Craven county for
license to retail liquors at Yanceboro In
No. 1, Township Craven connty Ap
plication will be made to tbe Board of
Commissioners on the 1st Monday In
June 1003 and tbls notice is made in
rompll nee with the law governing the
granting of license to retail liquor by
tbe General Assembly of 1901.
J. R. M. & B. R. WARRKN.
f hit 1st day of Kay 13C3.
V M'l. : ......
. S Mantj Imitators No
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Bon Tori Corsets
TH MOST POPULAR COR SITS lif
II BECaUSK TMIY FIT
11 STYLISH AND SYMMETRICAL .
II , ' DESIRABLE AND DURABLE
Is again to the front with High Grade Goods and Low Prices.
It's onr pleasure to furnish the people with the Best Mer
chandise procurable, at a saving of 15 to 2ft per cent on each
and every article bought from us. . ,
We Offer Bargains this week in Hosiery, Bed Linen, Iace
Curtains and Window Shades. ,
1 The best Anchor Brand Sheets, ready for use, 00 x 90, 7Cc. "Jjf
I Andros coeein Blieels, 90 x 90, 80c !
. Columbia Mills Sheets, 90 a 90, 60c.
Pepperill Mills Sheets, 90 x 90, 60c. .;.
I ' ' 8f x90,65c.
. Bolster Cases, 45 x 78, 80c.
V Pillow Cases, 86 x 45, 10c.
I Pillow Cases, 86 x 45, l'c.
, Pillow Cases, Hemstitched, 86 x 45, IGc.
We will sell you this week an Oil Linen Window Shade with fringe,
I all fixtures complete, 25c A better grade for 40c A still better grade
. for 50c. All have fringe.
Big cnt in Lace Curtains. See them. V
i r Hosiery! We have them. 8ee us and save money
. Ladies Plain Lisle, 85c value, this week 25c .
Ladies Open work S5o. ;H
i ) '. " Ladies Mercerized, high grade, Fancy, good value at 75c, 60c
. Ladies Lace that sell at all times at 40c, Special this week, 25c,
' Misses Open Work, this week 2Tc
I Missses red and black, extra good at 2Ce, this week IGo
, " Childrens red, blue, pink and white Socks, at 15c
REMEMBER Mosquito and Fly Time is at hand. We have the
I very thing to keep them out. We can sell yon a Canopy, read' for
use, ! x 8 yards, for only $1.85; 24 x 9 yards for only $1 85.
Cola Headache Powders
- Contain no Antipyrlne, Morphine
or other injurious drugs. They do no
depress but stimulate tho stomach and
increase Its secretions. Guaranteed enre
for Qeadacbe and Sour Stomach. Price
10c Made and sold by Bradham's Phar
macy, corner Pollock and Middle 8ts.
NORTH CAROLINA, (Superior Court,
Craven County; ) Before Clerk.
J. A. Bryan, and J. J. Wolfenden ! .
and wife Carolina Wolfenden, -
'.i va ; .
i Thomas Singleton Court
NOTICE OF SALE. - , "
' ursnant to the order of the Superior
court ot Craven county in the above en
titled proceedings made and directed to
me this the 12th day of May, A. D., 1902
under 'which order I was duly appoint
ed Commissioner to "make sale of the
following described land for division, I
will as commissioner offer for kale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash on
Saturday the 14th day of June. A. D.,
1902 at the hour of 13 o'clock, noon, at
at the court house door of Craven coun
ty In the city of New Bern, all the fol
lowing described tracts of land lying and
being in Oraven connty, North Carolina
situated npon and in Catfish Lake Poco
sin, being fully described in the Petition
filed in the above entitled pRoceedings
to which reference is made for full de
scription of said land. Said petition be
ing duly filed in the office of , the clerk
ot the Superior court of Craven county
in the above entitled cause and in the
papers filed in said cause. ',
This May the 12th, 1903.
ROMULUS A. NUNN, '
, . Commissioner.
A fair day's wages
for a fair days work
is right and just, but the wages.rhust
be paid in good coin. So don't cheat
your hones by giving them inferior feed,
tiet Spencer's, which is of the best and
uniform quality. Corn, oats, meal etc.,
of the highest grade. -
19 & 21 Market Dock, . New Bern, N. C.
' LAIAHTB TASTTIXI3
' 'i. Only lu.ii
k . ... J .
Foy 8l Wood Co.,
Tobacco Flues, Stove Pipe, and
We make a specialty of Hot Air
Heating, T Steel Ceiling and Iron
Ton will find us at '
Dra'ney'M Old Ntnml,
South Front Hu
My Stock of ".
Is nearly exhausted, only a few left that
will be sold at 8POT FACTORY COST.
A chance of a lifetime.
A few $25.05 Bicycles, will close ont
at $11.00. Other good wheels at $12 50
v WM. T. HILL,
' ' csortikg:goods,
' ur " Jl 83 Middle Street.
A Joyful Acceptance
m v tiwj m kmuu W cats SSBT W
ride In a Waters' carriage, as they are
rommneu ior lueir easy ruling qiuin IPS,
at well at their stylish appearance. This
combination can only accrue from a ve
hicle that Is perfect in construction and
tun every detail. A boi' n n .
' I s built tlian the Renninn , ri.'-.'
bi., . Vber or ateol tires. We bm.t
anj niu , j u wRnt, Lowest price v, n
quality is cuiisivred.
rziT ', i. c
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