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AVcgetaUe Prcpar&ionfbr As
bng the S tonatfB antLDcwels of
ness and Rest .Contains neither
OpiurnXorphine nor Mineral.
Not Sxa.ii otic .
Aperfect Remedy forConstipa
Hon, Sour Stotnach.Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions Jeverislv
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
I) lac Simile Signature of .:'
NEW YORK. " -
EXACT COPy Of WRAPPER
For Infanta and Children.
The .Kind You Have
f: Always Bought
m$ ; Use
tmi cp.tauh nmn. mw mm am.
Important Notice Regarding U. S.
"Whoever eball hereafter willfully or
maliciously Injure, ter down, or destroy
any letter box or other receptacle eatab
lfshed by order of the PoitmMter -General
or approved or designated by him for
the receipt or delivery of mall matter .on
any rural free-delivery route, or shall
break open the same, or willfully or ma
liciously injure, deface, or destroy any
mall matter deposited therein, or shall
willfully take or steal such matter from
or out of such letter bos or receptacle,
or snail willfully aid - or assist in any of
the aforementioned . offenses, shall for
every such offence be punished by a fine
of not more than one thousand dollars,
or by Imprisonment for .not more than
. three years."-.;;; p ; r,-:-r.
The patrons of "the "New Bern Pos
Office and the Bo rat Fret-Delivery route
. of this County should feel - a personal
interest in the above law. It has been"
enacted for the protection of your mall
and it is your duty, and to your interest
- to report, promptly any depredations
covered there y. Every ; effort will be
made by me ; to apprehend the guilty
. violators and prosecution by the United
. Btates will surely follow. ; . .'.!.
" ;," ' ;; BKVMOUR W BlNCOCK,
'-. .'i ' POSTMASTEB.
: V Walter Seott'a Marriage.
v i. Sir Walter Scott wna n genius of the
very first order. He succeeded In every
department of letters, but his greatest
happiness was lu Lis wife. He mar
ried her after'1 a short acquaintance,
and it was a genuine love match, last
lng until the day of her death. J ..:..
DISTRESSING STOMACH DISEASE
Permanently cured ; by the mMterly
power of "Sooth Ambricak Nkrtihb
Tomo," Invalids need suffer no longer,
because this great remedy can cure them
all. It is a cure for the whole world of
stomach weakness and Indigestion.! The
cure begins with the first dose. The re
l'sf it brings is marvelous and surprising
,1 , makes no failure; never disappoints.-
no matter now long you nave suffered,
your cure Is certain under the use of this
great health-gtving force. - Pleasant and
always safe. Bold by 0, D. Bradham,
Druggist. - i
, v ," Wholesale,'
Sammy (admiringly, surveying , his
lately . arrived twin alstersH-Dld you
get them cheaper by . taking the twe,
papa ?Smart Set.," j
At th Pric of Sufftorler. ,
Woman on her way to semt-lnTalkllim caused
by pregnane jr antlers much pjn and terror.
Ignorance prompts her to au iter alone in aflame),
and remain In th dark a tu the true cauee
V Mother! KHendtivhea the doctor! plac at her
side, and she has no cause for an Interview. She
Is her own doctor, and her modesty la protected.
Daily application over the region of the
breast and above the abdomen, throughout preg
nancy, will enable her to unoerxo the perUni of
a-estatloa In ft cheerful mood ftud net urniis
It a Liniment, and for extf-mal tise only. It la
odorless and will not siaun women's pretty
finders. It would Indeed l Simnttirtil If tit,
sacrifice of modesty were hp fasary to Uw iut ,
Cfstfui Is Hue of healthy children. All wonxs
aitut to bcome mothers need send only to
dniK Btom nnil tur tjl.uu secure U prise child
bin h remedy
Sweet utotherly anticipation and hesHhy
ptMt are the result of Uta us of MoUu.-'a
Our book "Motherhood mailed frc. AH
women should have iL
Mr. Owen G. Dunn has opened an of
fice supply and stationery store In the
Hahn Building on Craven BL." :
Dr. J. W. Duguid la confined to his
home on account of a sore hand from
which he Is a great sufferer,; ;; -
, About 125 were on the A. & N. C mall
train leaving here last nighty for More
head City, boddd for the Teachers As
sembly.'..: ( '.'
" Subscribers to the telephone exchange
please note the folowing, Nlooll and Hy
man, Insurance No. 200, J. C. Fulford,
No. 216, J. C. " Whitty, residence, No.
218. i '
A preliminary test of Incandescent
electric light was made last night. Bart
ling's barber shop was lit by seven lamps
of IS candle power which gavo very sat
isfactory results. ' I .
The Oead Rattlers and the Giants had an
ther game of base ball on the Academy
grounds yesterday morning. The Giants
won by a score of 0 to 5. Batteries; for
the Rattlers Bonds and Angell; for the
Giants, Thomas and Patterson.! '
GIierlflT! Tar Iyy.
Take noUosl That by virtue of the tax
list of Craven, Couty la my hand for
collection for the year 1901, tad la de
tail, of payment according to the pro
Tiaioas of the existing lav. X hare lev
ied on the lands of the following mamed
persons, and win sell the saaeatthe
Court House door la New Bent on Us
14U day of July 1909, to satisfy said
taxes and costs on the tame. , :
' ' We.1 Tewaihip.'
Anderson, Noah 4S acres, PIney
Brooks, S W J85 a, Bwltt Creek
Cherry, Eat tie M 60 a, part P.'
Jackson land ;: - , "
Casey, K., Q O Gasklns, agt,
113 a. Deep Neck ' '
Dawson, Grant 900 a. Alligator '
Edwards, Henry 59 a, Ifanl
' Bwamp ' " " ' " -
Pomes, Sarah 200 a, Creeping
" 8wamp " ' '"' ;
Fornes, Frank SO a, BullPocc-
Green, Dock 140 a, Palmetto '
Johnson, Peter Si a. Bear Brnch
Keea, Zach 17 a, H1U Neck
Kees, Daniel, heirs, by Allen
' Dixon, agent, 88 a, Hills Nek
Kltrell, Susan 80 a, Butlers
. Ford . t - -
Mitchell, A 800 a, Bear Branch
Pugh, L B 49 a. Swift Creek . :
Spain, Susan, 98 a, Vanceboro
SImpklns, J M S a, Hills Neck
Tripp, Joseph, heirs, 280 a, Po-
- COSln :' .. 5 v:.
Warren, Lewis, heirs 800 a,
Haul's Swamp . .
;.!: lad Tawashlp.'
Arthur, Martin 94 a, Forrest
Barrington, NO 100 a, Cool
. Springs, .. . A ,
Ererington, Geo A 15 a, 8hufly
Gasklns, D H., Administrator
Klnsauls, G W 100 a, Hill land
Klrkman, T B 8 a, 8and Hill
Ueeklns, Asa 835 a, N W Crk
Price, B B 85 a, Ipock land " '
i Duermau, nai to a, rial swamp
I Tnten.f! II 10 Trnllt '
; A Good Cough Medicine.- -5
It speaks well - for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy when druggist use It in
their own families in preference to any
other. "I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy tor the past five years with com
plete satisfaction to myself and custom
ers," says Druggist J. Goldsmith, Van
Etten, N. Y. "I have always used It ia
my own family for both ordinary coughs
and colds and for the cough following
la grippe, and find It very efficacious."
For sale by F. 8. Duffy & Co. i - - --a .
-v " ' i
, Death of Clark Whttford.
We ate pained to learn of the death of
an old New Bern citizen, Clark Whltford
son of Col. John D. Whltford," of this
city, which occurred in Pine Valley,
Hiss., Monday, June -2. He was 42 years
of age' and though absent from . New
Bern for twenty years his boyhood . and
youth were spent here and he will doubt
less be fondly , remembered, by his old
school mates and friends for his 1 cheer
ful and jovial disposition for which ; he
was always deservedly popular. .,, ;
We publish an extract from fhe Coffee
villa, (Miss.,) paper, concerning him:
''The sudden death of Circuit Clerk
Clark Whltford, Which occurred Monday
evening, comes as a painful surprise to.
the people throughout the county. He
and his family were at Pine Valley with
Dr. M. W. Jackson for a few days1 rest.
While Dr. Jackson was away from home
Mr. Whltford became very sick, and, was
too near death's door ' when the. doctor
returned for medical aid to revive him.
He told some of his friends that he, be
lieved his time was near, and had , pre
pared himself to go."
. The Water Valley (Miss.) Progress also
contains the . following complimentary
notice: '': .'- ""'
"Our people were much, shocked Mon-
rday by a telephone message from Pine
Valley announcing the death of Circuit
Clerk Clark Whltford that afternoon at
4 o'clock.''; .V;-';'S'y.- ' 'v'1
Mr, Whltford had been in bad physical
condition for several weeks, 'but his
friends were not alarmed and, tils con
dition was not regarded ns In . any- way
serious: , He was In the city Sunday;
spent the morning with his friends down
town, and in the afternoon drove out to
Fine Valley. His sudden end was due
to heart failure. v ;;"'.;;; '
Clark Whltford was a genius IU a way;
as clever a fellow aa eves lived, a great
reader and original thinker, possessing
a keen sense of humor, bright In conver
sation and quloli at repartee ' Hq made
friends eully, and was a man of strong
affections and high prejudices, '
The remains were brought to his home
in this city Tuesday morning , and in
terred the same afternoon at Oak Hill
cemetery, Rev. Mr. Worsham. officiating
in the services. ' :n .,.' '-7'.:'.''"';
He leaves a widow and several small
ct.IIJren, who have the sympathies of a
h: -9 circle cf frlendr.",. t
3d Town.bip. .
Bryant, Owen 84 a, near Dover
Cox, Cldle 40 a, Cove ;
Daugherty, Sarah H 15 a, Core
Creek Griffin, J B 41 a, near Dover
Hawkln's, A B 578 a, H 0 Rlcb
" ards land
Heath, J D 110 a, Core Creek
Jenkins, M W 20 a, Core Creek
Eoonce, W R 18 a, Ballanger
Land Improvement Co., 49 a, B
. J Jackson lapd ,.
Loftin, Jas F 11 a, near Dover
Marshburn, D T 400 a. Wild
Cat ' '
Parker, W B 75 a, Beasley land
Rlgga, H 60 a, Core Creek
Rouse, J 6 203 a, MoBely Creek
Taylor, ' Alex 72 a, Cannon
! Branch -!; ; .', : '- '
White, W E 82 a, Core Creek
- i, - - . ' , .
" , Sth Towntblp.
Bright, Henrietta 200 a, Neuse
r River 'l,s'iA '-iA'r's'e.-: ;
Colemsn, Hardy 50 a, Hancock
., Creek : - '.
Pate, M S 100 a, King's Creek
Richard's, Jas R 60 a, Adama
Creek . , e
Riohards, Ben Sr., 53 a, Oa-
hogue ; . .
Richardson,. T A 8 a, Borden
. Road - . - . .'
Simmons,. Nathan 100 a, E S Ad.
Smith, H M 60 a, Clubfoot Ck. 1
Williams, Jas 6 a, Mitchell's.
fl -i J , ; Otb Townhlp. b
Anderson, Sophia, 5 a. near rail
. road ." " .
Bates, Amos, 10 a. Havelock , j .
Benjamin, G. W. 8 a.. ,1 -., v j ,
Bryan, Perrln, 10 a. ,J - it
Mrs. W: -J. H. Cavnaugh, " 65 a.
Havelook - , .
Cooper, Geo, 1 1. Graysvllle i s 99
Foy, W. F. ' 1000 a. Foy anil j'
KFoscue'K lu?;- i . 35 84
Hasket SJWO , a. Johnson's ! ffj '?'
"Point"' ' v - w. 10 72
Hunteri Mary l a. H.RBryan'a' i -a
nland.vfc s'u,,C-ii 'IK
Lef!, John, 4 a, Cole Camp J5 J j. , A 5 95
Perry, H H 600 a. Haddock,. f 11 89
PUlam. Bros 800 aPUlaia;
' landi,,., : '
Vail, J. B. 1 1, Graysvillfl ,,!: 1 ' ' 6 94
yau,f nomas, at. .", vrjSf.f
Walston, Anthony, 2 1. Browns
: .tme..;-'''iihVi.a1,'i 1r J
Bennett, Hardy, pay for Jane
81 a, Havelock -;
Arthur, Martenrl h Seotts alley
Anderson, Ben, 1 1, Orient Pol-
..lock ... ,:'.- -!,;
Beasley, Louisa, 1 1, No. 10 Tull .
Blount, Thomas, 1.1,. 43 Lees Ave " 4 68
Bunn, Geo, 1 L 18 Pavle Ave 1
Bryan, Moses T, 1 1, 18 Griffith ,
...street t f ' '' - .rtl s
Boyd, Annie, 1 1, Duffy Town ;
Boyd, Caison, 95 a, Nense road.'
Baker, Louisa, 1 1, West street V
Baker, John, l i. No, -1 Carroll '
. street ''?$ T :' 1
Barneal James T, t l No, , 17
; Green street ; . ' " ''' .;
Becton, Marion, 1 1, New South
it Front street v. --'v.',. j ;('.',
Bake, R C, 1 114 Gardners Al-
'- ley;. . ...w w, .,prci:.-v j '.
Banks, H L, for wife, lNo.,.;
aa r .au.a ' 1 . '
fifl Tiiw at oa
Banks. Geo F.: 1 .). 14
:-ttiMt ,. ".v'.i'v .;t7V'i-'
Bryan, V 8, 1 1, Eden street , ...
Cherry, John T. 1 1, May street t:i
Collins, Chas, V 153 , Qaeeni ...
,: street ..,,,:;) . ,s
Cox, Henry L. 21, Murray street
and Pavle Town . ' ' I
' 8 85
Caho, Geo, 1 I, 118 Norwood
Chase, James, 1 1, 60 Parte Are ..
Copeland, AdeDae, 1 1 71 Paris
Chapman, Boston, 1 1, Coart
Duncan, Darts, 1 lot, Lanes
branch . ' .
Davis, BE, Interest la land oa
Fatnbrook road .
DlHahuat, Moaea D, 1 1 Cravea
and Gray aveane .
DUlahuat, J T, Agt. for. Laura
WlUliand Andrew , Moses
Wayne, 1 1, 17 Browns Alley
Douglas, Fred, 9 1 Front and -
Bryan street .
Durden, Gambo, 60 a Batchelor
Eaton, M E, 1 1 Geo street
Edwards, Julia C, 1 1 Rountree
Ethrldge, Annie, 1 1 No. 60 Lee
Ethrldge, Joe, 1 1 No. 50 Lee's
Fonvllle, Martin, 1 ! lot Pavle
Fraxzell, Adam, 60 acres Rocky
Fisher, Theresa, 1 lot 15 Good
-' street ''
Foy, C C, 1 1 Braggs alley
Freeman, Haywood, 1 1 62 Jones
Gardner,. Robt, 9 1 George street
Gerrold, John, 1 lot S3 Carmer '
street " "
Good, Lettlce, 1 1 95 Bern street
Hill, Samuel, 1 1, Main street
Hlnes,Mary, 11, 81 Kllmonlc
Hines, L M, 27 a near Clarks
Harker, Anthony, 1 lot No. .21
Hicks, Jasmea and wife, 1 1, 10
Jackson, Fred, 1 1 Bern street
Jarvis, Nora 8, 1 1 No 23 Carroll
Jones, Decater, 1 lot 43 Lees
Jones, Hansey, 1 1, 7 Cedar and
Jackson, Aaron, 1 1, Eden and
Chapman streets ,
Jones, Edmond P, 1 lot Braggs
James, Henry, 1 1 48 Bloomfleld
Johnson, John 8, 2 1, Carmer
atreet; 1 1 Scotts alley, 2 lots
Kenneday, Anyustus, 11, No 134
x Esst Front street
Lane, Rosa, 1 1 Queen street
Lewis, Sarah E, 1 1 Primrose and
Locker, Caroline, 1 1 Bloomfleld
Loftin, Elizabeth, 2 1 Oak and
Mason, Cicero; 1 1 No 17 Good
Moody, S F J, 1 lot Duffy town
Moore, Wm B, 1 1 Queen street
Moore, Henry, 1 1 North street
McMullen, Islah, 50 acres Trent
' road . "'
Moore, EE, 2 1 Main and Eu
bank streets " " j
Murrell, Jo, 1 lot ' 15 Carmine
Meeklns, Martha, 1 1 Queen and
Forbes alley - '
Murphy, Anthony, 1 1 Crooked
Mitchell, Dave, 1 ' I Broad and
Forbes alley ''-'''. ! ::'t
O'Hara, J E, 11 Pavle Town
Agt. J T Barnes, 1 1 Pavle Town
O'Hara, L E, 1 lot ; "
Pasteur, Henry, 1 lot No 9 Jer
" kins alley "' c-'
Pearson, James, Sr.. 11 19 Carmer
street "";f '5."T.
Pool, Harriett, 1 lot 115 Queen
Plver, Eliza,' 1 1 Spring street
Pollock, Chas A, 1 lot Brown
street ""'"V.i";'''';."'v' '"'""
Orlum, Lafeyette, t lot Court
Renolds, Lafeyette, and wife, 1
' lot Rountree street
Roscoe, Mary J, 1 1 5Q Eubank
' street .. ''' fC'S 'i -'
Rail, W T, 1 1 Braggs alley
Sawyer, J W, Pavle Ave.? !
Stanley, James B, 1 1 146 Broad
: street ! jUiir- ; '
Stanley, J P, 11 Pollock street
Stanley, Silas, 1 1178 Randolph
-( street "it'-ifeiy.S y-ii't,-Small
wood, Edward, 11 8 Gas-
ton street - ' ' :"
Shepherd, Jas E,l I 114 'West
street 1'!:VV '- '
Stanley, Kitty, . 1 lot 90 Bern
street'-"; y-Z ''j-"
Stanley, Kate, 1 1 Jones street
Spencer, Annetl, 1 1 Chop and
Cedar atreet 'CfhHf 'j'' t'i'y'
Taylor, Maggie," 1 1 190 Queen '
; street ''V';;i- f.--: Jy?-' ; 'Jv
Thomas, Chas, 1 lot Bryan and ; '
.Crooked streets : :: ;.."X
Taylor, Mrs M L, 25 acres. Deep
Gully ' : v'.':;;vl!-'":'
Wayne, Andrew. 1 1 17 Brown''
: alley:;:;.;;."',; X-;' '
Wetherington, Souther, 1 1. 87
; German st,
Butler, Basaa, 150 a. Jumping
Sua - .
drflltV 'W. F. 196 a. Turkey
Quarter ' . : .
French, . F. J. 178 a. Nenae
FrSBCh, L. J. 90 s. Turkey
Green, ' J. C. 110. a. Clear
- Springe,-"- -
H1U.O.F.83 a. Jasper
Harris, B. P. 120 a. Dover
Kornegay, Owea, ICO a. Dover
Pate, Fred, 63 a. Wild Cat
Perkins,' Sarah, 60 a. Black
Patrick, Allen, 6 a. Jumping
Pope, H. C 64 a. Tuscarora
Pettlgrew, W. J. 133 a. Btieet's
Rasberry, W. H. 87 a. Green
Tree Branch .-
Rountree, J R. 10 a. Green Tree
Spencer, Henry, 23 a. Myra
Taylor, Julia E. 14 a.1 Back
Thomas, A. D. 8i a. Jasper
Weierington, M. F. 8 a. rail
B. 1 1.
Pyaj-Balsam BeUevei Right Awmf
and aiaks a speedy end of cough and colds.
old Mayan sculptors."
flow Ther Carved the Great Hona
eats of Prehletorle America.
Many persons have wondered at the
excellence of the carving jrnlch orna.
ments the prehistoric monuments that
lie scattered and In ruins over ft large
part of Mexico and Central America,
especially since It is known that the
ancient peoples who erected them were
unacquainted with the use of Iron and
had only roughly shaped tools Df ob
sidian to work with. Mr. George B,
Gordon of the Peabody museum at
Harvard, however, who hat spent a
large part of the last tea years In
studying the remarkable ruins of the
prehistoric Maya city of Copan, In Hon
duras, and who has given particular at
tention to the methods of the undent
sculptors, has brought forward a num
ber of facts which seem to throw light
upon a question that has long Inter
ested the archaeologist
In his recent report on the great
hieroglyphic stairway, which Is one of
the chief features of Copan, Mr. Gor
don points out that, contrary to the
methods of much of our modern work.
it Is probable that the elaborate carv
ing of the stairway Was done not be
forebut after the various blocks of
stone had been set in place. Id Illus
tration Mr. Gordon dterthe careful
way In which a piece of carving oc
cupying two or more blocks of stone Is
fitted together, often with a skill which
would do credit to the most up to date
, The hieroglyphic stairway cakes its
name from a series of "glyphs," or pic
ture writings, which un !! the way
along the face of the steps. Here, Mr.
Gordon notes; the carylngMatrery per
fect and regular until one reaches the
ends of the stairs, where thealus
trades apparently Interfered with the
freedom of the workmen, and the carv
ing, therefore. Is distinctly Inferior, a
fact which apparently proves Mr. Gor
don's contention conclusively, since If
the glyphs had beenmcut 'before the
steps were laid so such Irregnlarit?
would? Jm noticeable. ; : ! "
The stone used at Copan is a variety
of trachyte and wastrought fronxtbe
hUle surrounding the valley 4a which
the city of Copan was built It-is
rather soft material and correspoadlng
ly easy o carve, but weathers easily.
The Mayan sculptor, however, sot over
this difficulty by covering his carvings
with a layer of stucco, which could be
more perfectly modeled when soft and
which soon hardened Into a surface
which was afterward richly colored la
accordance' with the character of the
design.'"", 'if -rr
Coney, 3:02, is in training again this
prmg. ';-i.;.,7"':" .... 4
Redlndo, 2)7& has been bred to
Bingen. ' " ....
( There are about 1,000 entries for the
Hartford Futurity. I . ; ?
Eighty-five 250 performers : have
sprung from Jay Bird. . . ,
heats In standard time. ,'.
j' Patsy K, 2)7V4, bow: the property,
of John Magulre, New York, .will be
campaigned this season, v '
! .Orrin Hickok is now working the
pacing gelding Clipper, 2:09, which has
been kept off the turf for almost two
years through .lameness. -.4 -!;.;.., -a
i . Dolly Bidwell, 2.-09Vi winner bt the
110,001 purse at Psovidence last Au
gust, stands 15.2 and weighs 1,000
pounda.' Bhe Will be campaigned this
year: "";''.-;y iv:'ij,j.v
Beausant, the $17,000 green pacer, is
to go back into the hopples again.. He
has a trial record Of 2 .-07 as a three-year-old
and Is sold to be one of the
aHttdsomest korst-a in America.1', '
fr 1 1
I bequeath, to my children Scrofula with all its
attendant horrors, humiliatioa and suffering. This is a
strange legacy to leave to posterity : a heavy burden to
place upon the shoulders of the young.
This treacherous disease dwarfs the body and binders
the growth and development of the faculties, and the
child born of blood poison, or scrofula-tainted parentage,
is pooriy equipped lor lue'Sdnuea.'-. s . - ; j ... . ;
Scrofula is a disease with numerous and varied
symptoms ; enlarged elands or tumors about the neck G
and armpits, catarrh of the head, weak eyes and dreadful
skin eruptions nooa aiflerent toarts of the bodr a how the
presence of tubercular or scrcpulous matter in the blood. This dangerous 1
and stealthy disease entrenches itself securely in the svstcm and attacks I
the bones and tissues, destroys the red corpuscles of the blood, resultine- la
t. - tlj - .it!J - i m At.- . . .
ireuuig, a iinxiiu, wur myyaumiux o l-UC ajun, KJsa UI StrcngUl ana
a gradual wasting away of We body. . r, - ,1 '
S. S. H. combines both purifying and tonic properties, nd is guaran- .
ieea einueiy vegetaaie, nxaxing 11 me ideal remedy In 1
all scrofulous affections. . It purifies the deteriorated !
blood, taai.es it rich and strong and a complete and
permanent cure is soon effected. S. S. S. improves '
the digestion and assimilation of food, restores the
lost properties" to the blood and quickens the circulation, bringing a healthy
color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated body.' w . I
VrIe. - t v I e t .
- yy otc Bixmi jout case una our poyucieUii wiu cae32uuy aavue ana
help you in every poasible way to retrain your health. Book oa blood and .
filrin ri omsm frpa 1 .
THKawirr srxciric co. Atiamte o.
Will the antiquarians of eighteen
hundred years hence be digging up the
ashes and lava covering the stricken
city of St Pierre to discover how back
ward was the civilization of the twen
tieth century! Cincinnati Enquirer.
Perhaps theie ia no lesson to be
drawn from the horror of Martinique
excepting that of humility. Face to
face with the unrestrained farces of
nature man is as powerless today as
was the aborigine. The volcano, the
earthquake, the eyclone, the tornado,
And mm as weak a combatant aa ever.
The psychological effect of such hap
penings as that at Martinique is really
Impressive. In the presence i Of the
working of the earth's crust in that
diabolical style everything else looks
small. Even the mighty human race.
With its ambitions and quarrels, tends
to shrink to microscopic dimensions.
mm CMiCMrtrrta-e CMOUBH
to Kf.e 4 M1 .mill hmm. mmft
HMMha mm 1
lUf M JW OnHSiw
tan Sill. ie.e t i m Mt
LU'e consists in a scries of changes of
tissue, and ' lie human economy is sim
ply, so for as Its material part Is con
cerned, a machine and primarily de
pends on food ns the most important
factor in keeping It in working order.
When it is said that we commence to
die as soon as we are born, it Of course
means that certain parts of the body I Seedsmen
immediately begin to perish; their ex
istence is ephemeral; they come and
go, are replenished and decay.' They
are the dying parts of that system of
life which may last a little while, but
which must eventually yield to the in
exorable law of nature. The nails, the
hair, etc., are observable as an Instance
of this decay. The same rule; applies
to every other organ and tissue of the
body, though it is not palpable to the
naked eye. The skin Is always peeling.
The food that Is taken In the one hour
nourishes the system and ejects that
which was taken the hour before. .
Wood's "Trade Mark Braad"j
German Millet i
is the true large-headed sort, and pro- .
dnces from one-fourth to one-half more
forage per acre than the ordinary Millet.
The difference in yields from different
grades of Millet is more marked than
any crop we have ever grown and It is a
great deal the cheapest rop results
considered to purchase the best quality
of seed that you can obtain; this yon (
can always be assured of doing when yon
order Wood's "Trade flark Brand" of
Southern-grown German Millet.
Write for prices and Descriptive Circular
which also (Ives full information about all
Seueaable Seeds, Cow Peas, 5oa aai Velvet
Beaae, TeeeUrte, Serfhant, Backvheat, Late
Seed Potatoes, etc.
T.W. WOOD & SONS,
Do not wait any longer to put in
Window Screens and Screen Doors.
Your house will be infested with
insects and flies, carrying germs of
disease which may cost you your
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Hew Blrda auarate. I ucuiui unu ueavy uourors unia, auu
Many of the smaller- and weaker I perhaps your life. ,
Diras. uxe tne ny catcners, vireoa, i :u v v
wrn. blmrlet.. ond Wnehirda. in order w w "iy - uue
..... ' . Iia em laOnf a mmanoUw 4-tiaf- vrrrt
to avoid tneir enemies, me nawaa, i .umnuw uimwhj
make their long nignts Dy nicnt, stop-1 screen yourself against these ene
pmg ror rest ana rooain tnoMyume. imi ft htkSlnw :.
Who loi.froi. onjl hnlnai fttiaa ltlra the I
i I TIT- Jll 3 . 3 J - .
hawks and crows, and those of ex- " can us wiuuows ana uuura ui
tremely rapid flight; like the swallows I any size and at prices within the
. a a .l. ' It. ' I .
dj uuy, auu lucre era euuiu. uu iuo
Canada geese, which travel Juet when
they choose, by day or night rMlgrat
inir birds usual! v B9 at a heleht of
from one to three "miles, and this enor I PhODe 1,
bles them to see the rivers, the moun
tain ranges and the coast Sine. 'By
these they direct their count, the bid
birds remembering the way they cam
69 Middle Street.
It witbejo the in-
d the young ones following. I . ' f ; ,
Home Companion 1 ' MttCSl Oj ttlOSeWiVlt-
ing juggles and Roaa
, . Feeollav Tahle Castoats.
In a book entitled "Domestic Man
ners of the Middle Ages- wi are told I i-. fl aJm .
that in those days dinner tables were I KjOIIS 10 C21L ' 31 OflCC
Upon It were placed a large laltcellar, I fl&Oe ' & rfCfO SCCOflV
bread and curia for .wine, bntiiokntvna I t
or plates. The reason for the absencf
of the knives arose from the common
practice in vogue of .people carrying
their own knives In a1 sheath? attached
tt eheht e4Ata f.'ali 1 " ' n
In an early work, written, by tyd-
gate "Rules For Behavior at Table"
the guests are told to brine pa knives
unscoured to the table, which can only
mean that each one was to! keep his
own knife that is. the pne he carried
wiu nun ciean, . , ... r
hand ones left on nana
and they must Be soW
J. W. STEWART.
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aotifrlac the God.
One of the odd things' the visitor to
Burma will notice Is the large number
of bells about the pagodas. These bells
are usually hung on sacred piats a few
They are sweet toned, as all Burmese
comes to pray before Jbk pagoda Paints, Oils-Varnish, Pntty. Saah.
iriites one or tnese Dens wim a. wooori -i if, .t ' ' - i
en mallet This Is to attract tbe attea-t )or,' Blinia Ontlerj and all the
i RfifrioertflTa ' VnUr flnnUm T
I. I f) e -w WAV W evv
are, but tivy.,aro no fumlshed ioxpQreens, Quand Cook Stoves,
tongues. ,; The worshiper who lEangevLinie, Cement, Plaster,
tlon of the god.
useful articles usually found in an
Up-to-date Hardware Store,
Willis. Sudle B. 1 L 71 Metcalf
Vrai, Matilda, Sj I. Oak ft Nor-1
White, Btepben, a Trent'
White, Thos. O. 50 a. Neuse .
. road ;.)i'-.?.'i'(5;t,'"i:,vii
White, C E. 40 a Sandet's
' place-" i !-,-isP' i- jiMi-i
Wbltahead, H. E. 100 a. Trent(
vroad. if h ;ywi? '..'. i-i T
Woolen, I. L, 1 a. SO, Pasteur
st "'.iff.; :. -':'- ' w.f i ,-,'J
Willis, Susan, 1 a. 8 Court at i
Toung, Louisa 9 a Bartlet st
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8 0S a Stre'usedj8ye'',best'shotB?lnTih(ouuti ,btvu. . .-,
I luniforaandiiliable.CAUthe.world'schamplon8hipssndrecordahaverje . ;
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' ' I tsaaswaaeiBMIsisgeaMjBlw 'I'lfe-
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,,.",871 rn ".f ,f '-"-""".TT!' ' '
- B-BalMa Store the Ttekllac,
alcklyallays ii ." ' "'mlaUteuuoM.
And all Kinds et
Un'f r-icl ChatUwka,
lh Bowel Troulu w
1 tbWbtnofAnr Ag:
i the B
-Or auU t ets ta C. J. MOFFE.TT, M. D a r. t
MZoll Honor l
Jwa,l: -4 bw.JT. r. ' ' , ,. ' '
C! 11 I . caa be prevented if n
i. 4 uiy m, IKIKVn. c. 4. worrvrrwr Vest Btrt Juatto, m wm Amn,n I nrma tiT, ftm
h yoararaiUent nmiicine, TKKTH1NA. Onr little girl, )iiiitUnn.n u,n .ol,i,aMiltMdaiuh
lr.vnry nmHly WM xhBHt4 in Ui. Ihapeof OTMcripuonH IraM fw, it i , -r bow.u
used in time
artdJcurtdlmof'''r- ''"try by using
r.nunu(1 to I tmrblMKl nrt hnrniB f,u MntiniMd lor Ann .t . tim. fc.ir If. a . ,..td.l-wrl of.
Mr moth.r il,.Mrmiiwt to try 1 !e. p. i n t N . nnrt In ft day or two Uir u e irrMit amlM(ekw t,ri B.4 MUtn
IM kawM wre ntutu, end th.i, ,ui nnlUl N A, the litil. bb. Ii now d.n
IUUI1, II, W. MUlVUA1bUmtM4irrvW"OCTUIiSgM(Ai.)WIt
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