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II WEEKLY JC1N1L
Published ia Two Bactoos, svery Tm
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I "CHARLE3 U STEVENS,
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Entered at the Postofflce.PNew Bern
tf. C aa aecond-claM matter.
Section Oae, Tnessav, IneS,l8.
ACCUSTOMED TO AN INCREAS
The average business man of this
country, expecti to see his trade ahow
a good Increase each year, hence If his
trade shows any sign of hesitancy In IU
volume, the claim of doll tiroes Is at
The official report of Imports and ex
ports of the country, ending April 80th,
Indicate that the people of this country
are beginning to encroach upon their
' great era of prosperity, and become ex
travsgant through over much prosper
ity. This Is shown In the greatly Increased
Imports, amounting to $901,000,000,
probably the greatest for any year In the
history of the country.
And Instead of this increase of Im
ports being offset by a corresponding
sum in the exports, the exports for the
year ending as above noted show a fall
ing off, the excess of exports last year at
this time being $673,000,000 against
$315,000,000 this year.
Accustomed to an increasing export
trade, this falling off Is not satisfactory
from a business view, certainly not when
the greatly increased Import trade It
Still with a trade balance of half a bil
lion dollars, there is evidence in this
amount of the great volume of trade in
favor of the United States, but no mat
ter If this balance teems sufficient, any
falling off In exports will be received
with unfavorable comment by every
citizen of the United States.
In tha revenues of thef country, there
nrbe aTecructfon of $'lW(,000, beginning-
-with July 1st of this year,
caused by the repeat of the waf taxes.
But there" Is on hand at present, ac
cording to the last report of thff treasury
department a reserve' surplus M $137,
006,009; whtch aTIdwIag'fo'r the decreased
Income for the next uscaT7ear, it is es
Ifmatta win leave Vmargjtf of' $99,000,
000. ' , '
MAN'S HEEDLESSNESS TO
With the advent of each season In the
' year, there Is an outcry In certain quar
? ten In all the great cities, over the health
conditions of the people.
If (hit public demand Wat not made;
and remedies applied to local sanitation,
It la Impossible to tell what the lota of
human life would be In' those city. dis
tricts where drainage1 Is f deflclenVakd
the crowded lOtkilngV filled with.! In
habitants, make veitnaltn'se bad, W
tpreads the germs of disease. '
The volcano disturbance In the West
Indies, followed by the great lost of Itfe,
makes those people away1 from Martin
ique wonder why any people will ex
poae their lives to . inch' rials,' aa befell
ihoie dwelling'upder the shadow of MW
But man's carelessness to possible
dangers. Invites his destruction, not
. more under Mount Pelee, than In some
of the noisome and crowded "dfsiSticti of
the great cities. ,
At an exchange' sayt oa thli subject
of man's heedleaeaetC to danger. ,
"Much has been aald of the audacity
1 of man In building hit home In spot so
dangerous as the slopes of Mount Pelee
have proved themselves to be. Yet all
history affords iiostratlobl of the calm
forgetfulnes wltis which the race erects
its dwelling placaaoa . the sites of the
most dreadfu catintTophm;- Vesuvius
still smokes over -peaceful Nspies. LIs-
' linn Huh: hftuiHfnl and Intnnainff. whra
a "convulsion of nature" once Drought
nnotterable fright and desolation. ; The
Japanese still crowd the courts of their
tide-swept Islands, and the Chinese hud
'die along the" banks t)f the iioang-Ho.
It is not two'yeara since Qalvetton was
overwhelmed by flood, yet a new Oalvea
'ton Is being built on the duagerous site
of the wreckage, and the" people of the
, r:, re Tfiij to take their chances of a
1 ruater la the future. Ther is
t .:i:a!w"BOth1iittO"ftriivent second
1 l vava ircu luo1 u;r, yei inecuv
j,,,, ft daily task, sf"rently una-
i , J, :n in r;,aruo 1 enterprises
r t in thp ,1, b' ...... 3 l.. y oiler
tr.-..3 t--.1 a i: , : wie,
- r 1 t t requa-e
1 1 1 i ' r '-
labor and have no difficulty la obtaining
recruits. W llva la aaaaaltary houses,
With death and dlaeaa ataring at us
frota trery corner, and yet ah adder at
th on audacity of people who ara will
ing to spend their days beneath th
carting amok of long-smouldering
GOOD ENOUGH, IS ROT
Iris the person who Is never tatltfled
with aay achievement that aooompllahes
the great thingt In this world.
. Good enough, meaning easily satis-
fed, docs not cause the world to prog-
rets, nor does It produce any marked
In the charch, the member who la
good enough. Is never an Important fac
tor In the religious . growth of the
eaurch, for he or she Is satisfied that ex
isting conditions are all right, and no
aggressive Christianity la needed.
In the social world, there would be no
advancement If those who were satisfied
that present conditions were good
enough, were In control of society's
And In commercial life, there would
be no great industries established,' no
great trades consummated, If the spirit
of good enough was the controlling
80 It Is with communities which refuse
to recognize the fact that conditions to
day are radically different from those of
yesterday, and continue to be satisfied
with the good enough of yesterday, as if
today had nothing new In It.
It Is not enough for the Individual or
the community, that present conditions
are easy, that drifting along causes leas
worry and work than the effort which
would produce something through sin
cere endeavor and desire to better exist
Good enough, has no part with the
power which marks progress, which
seeks to advance every worthy cause,
and bring greater results out of condi
tions that may appear to have reached
their best ends.
Good enough Is never enough to ac
complish what Is really needed In the
Statb of Ohio, City or Toledo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
Is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Chenky & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo. County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD for
each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this Clh dav of December,
A. D. 1888.'
t- , ;a. w. gleason,
j seal J Notary Public
Hairs Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, and acta directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CHENEYS CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Pamily Pills are the best
Saatlk Sea SapcMtltlaaa.
Nearly all tribes of south sea island
ers believe that the sky Is a great blue
basin inverted over the world. To them
the outside of the basin is all fire. The
sun, moon and stars they take to be
holes cut in the basin through ' .which
a peep at the great outside fire may be
Happy Time In Oil Town.
"We felt very happy," writes1 R.N.
BeviTl. Old town, Va., "when Bucklen's
Arnica Salve wholly cured our daughter
of g bad case of scald head." It delights
all who use It for Cat, Corns, Burns,
Braise; Bolls, Ulcers, ' Eruptions. In
fallible for Plies. Only 35c at C. D.
Bradham's drag store.
' ' STATE LINES.
Missouri Is becoming a great soft
oof producing state. ,
-Texas has a permanent school fund
amounting to nearly $8,000,000.
r Iowa has87,606 war pensioners. Dur
ing the civil war Iowa, with a popula
tion' of 673,000 Tn' I860, sent" 76.000
troops to the Union army.
Finny Temples lnlndii. ,
Sacred eows often defile Indian tem
ples, but worse yet Is a body that's pol
luted by constipation. Don't permit It
Cleanse your system with Dr. King's
New Life Pills and avoid untold misery.
Thep give lively livers, active bowels,
good digestion, line appetite: Only 25c
at U. D. Bradham's drug store.
'r:.rrAHBra Keedc. I
-Daughter-1 have an iurltatiof to the
theater and have no chaperon.
Mother You must , have one. of
course, or you shan't go. It's from Mr,
Bllmpurse, I suppose. ; t "
"No. it's from Mr. Tafrjnrae.
Uor fiever mlnft about the chaper-
orj,--N9W.Iork Weekly. '
Mr. W.'B. Whedon, Cashier5 of the
FlrsfNatloBarBank of Wlnterset, Iowa
In a recent letter gives some experience
a carpenter In his employ, that will be
of value to other mechanics. . Hs says:
"I had a carpenter working for me who
Wat obliged to Stop work for several
days on account of being troubled with
dfa.-rhoeaV I mentioned to him (bat I
had ben stintlarly troubled and that
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy had oured me. He bought
a bottle of it from the druggist here and
Infor,- "i me that one dose cured him,
snd h t 'i st his work." For sale by
F.l. ii C .. ,
aG (L l' J L
ui jests yoa cat.
This preparation contains all of tht
digestanu and Algesu all kinds ol
food. It gives Instant relief auj never
f , i fl t. 1 1 PA It fkllmva Wrn Ia &a alt
fjnv mm m
the food you want Tie snostsensitive
DwiuwvuB mu wua ib. py iu use many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything elm failed. It
prevents format ion of gas on the stom
ach, relieving all distress after eating.
Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to taka
It can't he!?
rV'p!! only by E.O. DiWriTaOaMJhiraa
' l ift, tl U4Uu cue laiuli UmesUmviOc. U
F. 8 DUFFY A CO.
The- new Jimmum battleship, the ail
kasa, la tlte heaviest warship aOoat
Her displacement la 15,200 tone.
Accurate aim with the guns of the
new French cruiser Jeanne d'Arc has
been"Tound luipossttire owing to the ex
cessive vibration f the vessel's hull.
Two of three 'great British battle
thlpa to be laid down this fear are to
he named' Commonwealth and Domin
ion in compHmerrr 10 Australia and
SaTedt Froin it Awful Fate.
"Everybody said I had consumption,"
writes Mrs. A. M. Shields,- of Chambers
burg, Pa. "I Was Bd low after six months
of severe sickness; Caused by Hay Fever
and Asthma, that few thought I could
get well, but I learned of the marvelous
merit of Dr. Klng'a New Discovery for
Consumption, used" It, andjwa com
pletely c ured." For desperate Throat
and Lung Diseases It is"the safest cure
in the world,and Is Infallible for Coughs,
Colds and Bronchial Affections. Guar
anteed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
tles free at C. D. Bradham's.
Th Dlmr Hra.
Details in regard to the manner in
Which meals were served during the
dark ages do not abound. It Is only to
ward the twelfth century that we be
gin to have a little light on this inter
esting subject When a meal was ready
in the thirteenth century, the guests of
a castle, with the vassals, were assem
bled to the sound of a horn, a method
of summoning that appears to have
been the privilege only of the greatest
lords. Some hnedreds of years later a
bell was used for the purpose.
Virulent Cancer Cured.
Burtiing proof of a wonderful ad
vance in medicine Is given by druggist
Q. W. Roberts of Elizabeth, W. Va. An
old man there had long suffered with
what good doctors pronounced incura
ble cancer. They believed his case
hopeless till he used Electric Bitters and
applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which
treatment completely cured him. When
Electric Bitters are used to expel bilious,
kidney snd microbe poisons at the same
time this salve exerts Its matchless heal
ing power, blood diseases, skin erup
tions, ulcers and tores vanish. Bitters
50c, Salve 25c. at C. D. Bradham's.
Fatal to Mice.
Mice cannot exist on Papa Little, an
island in St Magnus bay, on the west
of Shetland. To test the truth of this
statement several mice nt various' times
were brought there, but the soil proved
so uncongenial that they soon died.
A Real Friend.
"I suffered frem dyspepsia and Indi
gestion for fifteen years," says' W T
Bturdersnt of Merry Oaks, N. C. "After
I.had tried many doctors and medicines
to no avail one of my friends persuaded
me to try Kodol. It gave Immediate ' re
lief, leanest almost anything ' I want
now and my digestion Is good ' I cheer
fully, recommend Kodol." Don't try to
cure stomach trouble by dieting: That
only further weakens the system. Ton
need wholesome, strengthening' 'food.
Kodol ensbles you to assimilate "what
yon eat by digesting It without 'the
stomach's aid. F. 8. Duffy.
T Malt Iroa. ;-h,i
The heat of a common coal fire ii
1,140 degrees, but it takes 3,479 degrees
to melt iron.
n Sabatltat Fa Bags.
When eggs are scarce, put sway at
night a teacup of mashed potatoes In
which has been strained a tableepoon-
ful of sugar and mix It in the corn
cake batter next morning. ' lou will
find the cakes light and sweet j
Spring Feyer. ...
Spring fever Is another name for bll
lousness.- It Is more serious thaa' most
people think. A torpid liver and fnaciiv
bowels mesn a poisoned system. If
neglected, serious Illness msy ; follow
such svmDtoms. De Witt's Little . Earl v
Risers remove all danger by stimulating
the liver, opening the bowels and cleans
ing the system of Impurities. Safe pills,
Never gripe. "I have taken De Witt's
Little Early Risers for torpid liver every
spring for years," writes R M Everly,
Mouadsvtlle, W. Va. "They do me more
good than anything I have ever tried.
F. 8. Daffy.
. " A Hart WaaA.
In Vienna tbey have a single word
for an occurrence very common with
them m winter, the bursting of a wa
ter pipe. This is the word: "Hochquel
lenwasserllcferungarohrenfatalltaton." Ready to Yield.
"I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel 8alve for
piles snd found It a certain cure," ssys
8. R. Meredith, Willow- Grove, Del.
Operations unnecessary to enre piles.
They always yield to DeWltts Witch
Hazel salve. Cures skin diseases, all
kinds of wounds. Accept no' counter
fo!ts. F. S. Dully.
' ; IW1
Decoration Day Obserred In Govern
ment Offices, Soldiers Borne.
dev. A jeeck Setaras Fran aa Eda
eatlenal Tear ef the Stat.
" . Xall Bex ' Wreckers" Arr .
rested. CotUa Mill
Rauuoh, May 8a Decoration Day
was observed here by the closing of the
Federal building and a snort session of
court. Many persons, Including the In
mates of the Soldiers' Home went to the
admirably kept National Cemetery in
the afternoon. The address there was
by Maj; H. L. Grant, clerk of the Feder
The closing exercises of the State In
stltutlon here for colored deaf mutes and
blind were held today. There are 165
, Oov. Aycock returned this morning
from WInBton Salem, where he attended
Ike centennial commencement of Salem
Female Academy. He goes to Chapel
Hill next Monday, to be present at the
State Ualverslty commencement. There
are 40 graduates there this year.
The State authorises the dissolution of
the Warren Land Company of Durham.
Claudius Dockery has arrived here to
make Raleigh his homo. He will practice
State Jommissions to the three "Star"
cadetaat the Bingham School, Ashevllle
have been issued, as follow;: Captains
John M. Hewitt, J. W. Hlnton; First
Lieutenant, H. H. Hlnton.
Tht closing exercises of the Raleigh
Male Academy were held today. Editor
J. W. Bailey of the Biblical Recorder
delivered the address.
The board of agriculture was at the
Agricultural and Mechanical Cpllege to
The two white men who wrecked ru
ral free delivery letter boxes near Clin
ton were brought here today for trial In
the fedtral court. Their offense Is very
serious indeed. They were traced by
Inspector Oonnally, who secured a re
markable lot of evidence against them,
though Ihey did their work at night.
It appears to be pretty well under
stood sere that the merger of cotton
mills which H. E Fries is arranging for
will succeed. It is said that several
mills which were not at first mentioned
now desire to enter the combination.
At the Soldiers' Home today the fu
neral of W. E. Aid ridge was held. He
was the first Inmate and was also the
oldett, being nearly 90 years of age.
The firemen here are making great
preparations for the State convention.
Arrangements are to be made to give
delegates and visitors a notably good
AU the commencements at the white
colleges here are now at an end. St.
Mary's was the last Its students went
home today. There were 625 students
In the white female colleges here.
Bam th Istt Kind V01 Haw Always Bonght
-Tbe Kind Vol Ham Always f
To determine whether a right exists
under n contract or what construction
may be placed thereon acquiescence
by one party in the known construction
of the other and compliance with bis
demands based on the contract are ma
terial In evidence. (37 8. B. Itep. 854.)
. Where on a contract for the purchase
of goods the buyer tendered his check
for the proper amount iu payment and
no objection was made to the amount
or form of the tender the seller cannot
afterward object that the tender was
not made In money. (05 Pac. Rep.
053.) . f r;
While the Interpretation of the par
ties; as evidenced by their njrts, will In
cases of doubt be resorted to for the
purpose of arriving nt their true Inten
tion, this rule Is never allowed to gov
ern when the effect will be to over
throw the plain terms of the contract
(91 lib App. Rep. 28.) 1
TOO KNOW "WHAT YOTJ ARB 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 tasie'ear
form. : No cure no pay. Price 69c.
A PoUonona Wu, r
Wax Is n substance secreted by the
bee and is analogous to the fat of the
higher animals. The wax of a species
of bee common iu Patagonia, Tierra del
Fnegb and . other parts of southern
South America and the adjacent is
lands is a dark blue in Color and ia said
to be more poisonous than arsenic.
A Sprained Ankle Quickly-Cured.
"At one time I suffered from a severe
sprain of the ankle," says Geo. E. Cary
editor of the Guide, Washington, Va.
"After using seversl well recommended
medicines without success; I tried Cham
berlain's Pain Balm, and am pleased to
ssy that relief came at soon as I began
Its use and a complete cure speedily ( 1
lowed." Sold by F Huffy A Co. .
Daaana- Julrr l"r GroaehrMa.
' The julep f 'u'.iiitmiK Is rr6nime;!iV(l
aa one of t!u iMi: remoflloK fir chronic
bronchitis v:UU l:m:i!:io!r"t expeetoin
Hon nnd itutrhrrt d.vximuu, A drum
eight or ten times n ly during tht
first diivn Itt usually j.tscribed. and
Inter thi- cose tun be diminished.
The sirii Is prepared is follows: Cut
the fralf hi tiliccs nnd place tlirni In a
Jar; sprinkle with sujrnf nnd cover the
jar, which Is then i veloprd li straw
and placed l:i coltl wi ,vr. and the luticr
is heated to tin- bMi :x point. The Jur
is then removed, a I k svihI to cool, and
the juice Is poured teio little bottles.
The Best Prescription for Ralarla.
Chills and Fever Is s bottle of G rove's
Tabtklhss Chili, Tonic. It is simply
Iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure no py. I .' efs. : .'
WITHDRAWS FROJt RACE. .
Nr. Caartcs L. Abermcthy' Fibllshe
Btatcmcxt of Hit resitioa u4 .
Heasoa Dec lining Road.
Mr. Charles L Aberaethy of Carteret
connty, the most formidable opponent of
Hon. Charles R. Thomas, lathe third
district, has Usaed the following addraa
to the Democrat of the District. It Is
a manly act oa his pert end shows true
Democracy. . ;E
To the Democrats, Third District:
There are UsMe In every aaaas life,
when duty demands that Individual am
bition should be laid upon the altar of
public good. It Is known to all Demo
crats that I wal a candidate for nomina
tion to Oongrees.
I have no apologies to make for hav
ing been a candidate. Aay man could
well feel proud to represent In the halls
of Congress a great people like those
who live In this district. The contest
has now narrowed down to Mr. Thomas
There has been a precedent in this
district for years, to give Congressman
two terms, and then give the nomina
tion to some other deserving Democrat,
the presidential elector usually receiving
the preference. I went Into the contest
with this Idea.
My friends have conducted my cam
paign In a clean maaner, and I am sure
my opponent, himself, will say that
But In 1898 there started a revolution
in North Carolina politics, the history of
whlclrls so recent, that It is well re
membered by all It ended In securing
to the people of the State a constitution
al amendment, which perpetuates white
supremacy In North Carolina for all time
Onr election methods were questioned
by the opposition, and In thla district
Mr. Fowler undertook to overthrow the
will of the majority, and made an at
tack upon the integrity and honesty of
He made his contest on these lines,
and published It to the world, but not
withstanding the Republican majority
In the the lowSEsanch of Congress, his
virile and rebellions attack upon our,
good people met with no encouragement
whatever, snd he signally failed to sub
stantiate any of his charges.
Since coming of sge, I have been a
supporter of the great Democratic party
and its prlnslples, and have always been
ready to serve my party as best I could.
After carefully considering the matter
I am convinced that giving to Mr. Thom
as another term, will be a vindication of
the Democrats of the district, and It
seems to me that in view of the fact that
our election methods have been ques
tioned, and that the honor and Integrity
of the Democrats of the district have
been assailed, that it becomes my duty
to lay aside, for the time my personal
ambition for the good of my party, I
therefore withdraw from the race.
I am a young man and can abide my
time and whether I ever have the honor
of representing you In Congress or not,
I feel by this act the consciousness of
haying done my duty to my party and
the Democrats of the district.
-I wish to hereby thank all my friends
In the district for their kind words and
loyal support of my candidacy.
Tours yery respectfully,
Charles L. Abernktbt,
Beaufort, N. C. May 80, 1902.
Ton may as well expect to run a steam
engine without water as to find an active
(nergetlo man with a torpid liver and
yon may know that his food; or feels
dull and languid after eating often has
headache and sometimes dizziness. A
few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets will restore his liver to its
normal functions, renew his vitality, Im
prove his digestion and make him feel
like a new man. Price 85 cents. Samples
free at F. 8. Duffy & Co's drug store.
A Slasaiaa LI sard.
The tnntnwa, a nine inch long lizard
of New Zonliind. Is said to be the most
sluggish animal In the world. He is
usually found clinging to rocks and has
been known to remain in the same spot
for months. How be lives is a mystery.
Black walnut Is less than half the
weight of a corresponding quantity of
Call at F. 8. Duffy ft Co's drug store
and get a free sample of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They1 are an
elegant physic. They also Improve the
appetite, strengthen the digestion and
regulate the liver and bowels. They are
easy to take and pleasant in effect -
Physical Formation at Mexico.
' Mexico possesses a cVirious physical
formation. Rising rapidly by a suc
cession of terraces -from the low, sandy
coasts on the east and west, it culmi
nates in a 'central plateau, running In
ft northwesterly and southeasterly di
rection and having an elevation vary
ing from 4,000 to 8,000 feet above the
sea. High above this plateau tower
the snow capped crests of several vol
canoes, most of which are extinct
Ten of them are over 12,000 feet in
height, and three look down upon fer
tile valleys from altitudes of 17,782,
17,350 and 10,000. These are Popo
catepetl. Orizaba and IxtacdhuatL
- A Good Cough Medicine.
It pwks ' well tor hsmberlain's
Congh Remedy when druggists use It in
i heir own furv.tlles In preference to any
nthrt. "I have sold Ubsmberlatn'sOoagh
! -tardy for the rat Ave years with com
J pVtp'MlfciIon 10 mvself snd enstom-
es, !nireMJ Goldsmith, Vsn
Ellen. N. Y. "I liw 'ws s used It In
my own fnmlly for both ordinary coughs
and colds and for the cough following
la grippe, snd find It very efficacious."
For sale by F. 8. Dully A Co.
i , ...
' ;:st what j
Mexican ftuitarig Liniment
oat tr a or near tl arfr,
tUHiai l Ui Uxjo ana anvjt
For a Lame Back,'
Sore Muscles, '
. or, in fact, all Lameness and Sore
ness of your body there is nothing
1 that will drive out the pain and in-
; flammation so quickly as
. -. ., ... . ,, . , " .:
: ' Mexican -Mustang1
If you cannot reach the,spot your
self get some one to assist you, for
it is essential that the liniment be
rubbed in most thoroughly.
Mexican ilustang Liniment
the ailments of bones and all domeetio animals. In fact,
it is a flesh healer and paiii killer no matter who or what tha patient a
Bathing Suits; Negligee Shirts, Gauze
Uunderwear, Straw Hats, Light Suits . oi
Clothes, Wash Neckwear. These are only a
few hints, we have everything else lor sum
And for Your Boy
A Nobby Line oi two-piece Suits
From 50c to $2.00.
In Men's, Women's and Children's Oxfords.
. Men's White Canvas Oxfords, $1.25.
' Women's 12.00 Oxfords for 11.50.
" Children's $1.50 Oxfords for $1.00. ,
7. I BAXTER,
Phone 160. 89 middle Street
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Wire Screens, Door nnd Window Screen?, Lawn Mqjrers, Ice ream
Freezers, Ice Shavers. .
A full line of Hardware,' Paints, Oils, Vnrnish, Enamels in flold,
Silver and Alluminnm. ,
' A new lot Ball Bearing Castors, improved. , .
Our goods as represented, PRICES THE LOWEST.
Give us your orders,
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GaskiU Hardware Co.
7 MiDOLiiSl NEWBK1K, N. O.
8!0 North Front Street,
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The place to buy your Cemetery
Work at BOTTOM PRICES. Ir
Foreign and Domestic Granite and
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