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m WEEKLY JIM
PnUUhad Ik Two 8aetOBa, WW Ta
CHARLE5 L. STEVENS,
bmtob ure raonmoi.
Three Mouths,.. JJ 1
Twalva Months, -
ONLY IN ADVAMCT.
Advertlalnfrrate furnished upon ap-
BUcaUoa M IM OBO or apua vurj
. Tk Jotraxai, to only tent on pnr-la-advaaoa
bMii. Subscriber will
racaiTe aotlo of expiration of their sub
criptiona and an Immediate response to
notice U be appreciated by the
Entered at the Potofflce,ENew Bern
at. CL m secosd-clas matter.
Recti One. Taesdar, J 1 7.
NO CAR FAMINES NECES
SARY. Every railroad has at perlodi daring
th year, car famine along 1U lines, all
doe to the fact that bin shipper! are
holding can with freight, for their own
accommodation, while the railroad com
pany fear to offer any serious complaint
for fear of offending a good customer.
The waste to railroads through this
holding back, is very large, while at
times It works a serious inconvenience
to shippers who may want cars to more
their produce, and cannot be quickly
But a reform Is promised in this mat
ter and a per diem charge is to be made
for freight cars.
On this subject the Pittsburg Post
rThe American Railway association
announces that after July It will adopt
a per diem charge fur freight cars, and
this system, if honestly and efficiently
carried out, will be one of the most sen
sible reforms that railroads ever Intro
duced. Most business men know what
it Is to be annoyed by a "car famine.''
and most railroad officials hare some
idea of the loss that occurs to railroads
The principal cause of the car famine
is not that there are not enough cars In
the service of the companies, but that
cars ass allowed to lie Idle to accommo
date big shippers, who fail to unload
them promptly DQt use them for storage
"The statistics on this subject recently
eomplled by Mr. Mldgely, of the inter
state commerce commission, are astound
lag, and show that even railroad men do
not understand the extent to which their
cars are out of use. Mr. Midgely shows
that the average movement of height
equipment has been or late less man
tweutv lutfles per car par day that is,
taking ten miles per .hour as the average
speed en KMgni inuns, aeon car was in
motion lesaJasa , two : aoarCper day.
Assuming twsutv-sli dart to the month
the service in transit of eaea car was not
over fifty-two hours, or two and one
third days. This leaves, a margin of
twenty-three and two-thlrda days for
loading, unloading, repairs,' etc. Ob
viously me waste must ea very targe.
NO NATIONAL BURIAL ECON
OMIES. The American upon, the ; average,
; takes no special heed, when tt comes to
the expenses of burying the dead.
. Bran among the poot, there must be a
libenal appearance and. display at the
funeral, even If those doing the work,
the undertaker, liveryman, and florist
must wait for their pay. ,.
The Just payment to the dead of re
spect, has been the endeavor of the liv
ing from the early ages,! d there Is
no probability that the custom will
change . .' 5 -
Even among the nations not counted
at civilized, there Is always the outward
respect Shown the remains of the de
parted. , . ... , , ;ri;i . ,
The superstition ,: or jonging to be
buried la one's own land, I not confined
' to the Chinese, for all people hav the
Ts , longing to, be finally j laid among their
As to the burial economies, practiced
. by the Chinese and .Jspsnese, an ex-
The Chinese send the bones of their
dead back to China for burial, but the
if. Jape cremate their dead .and send the
ashes back by mall. They save thus, on
an average, 954,86, for the freight on a
, dead Chinaman's bones; averages $55,
' while thaashet of a dead (Japanese can
' be put in a large envelope and mailed at
t a cost of 10 cents. t-.-';
The transportation of the remains of a
tab, indeed. orv seven years from the
, time of death for the body is first In
terred In an American cemetery, and
there to left UU Its torn comes for ship
ment home an Interval of waiting that
jHnnonta to seven years, as a rule.
'1. 9 r"wrfu Cleanse companies have
- T".-isi They look after
t i .1 of &elr deceased members
j i m the benevolent associations of
country do, The Japanese have no
. f i co "panics. They are, the Chinese
y tinea. - v: "Ml ; J
Close upon the publication of the de
j llnquent tax payers, comes the notice
; far tax payers, that they must prepare
t 'r property tax -lists, and give In
t' ilr property to be taxedfor a new
' y r. -.-,. v .
1 f" ) tvz tx peyor, there "' s
" ' -;". z T'"'"9 tog 1' "S
tor tales, a never endlag cry of 70ur
ssoaey," frota Ibe tax eoltoctor.
It to said that tax listing, tfcs valua-
Uoa a man plaeee upon all property, Is
the greatest teat that cat be made ipoa
the moral aide of a man's character.'
Personal property of every kind shows
a great depreciation la valie, when It
eomea to be pat down on the (ax list.
And yet why should a snan forswear
himself Because some other man does,
may be the answer.
But this does not correct the matter,
nor does one man's wrong doing; Justify
another committing the same act
Municipal, county, 8tate and national
expenditures must be made, and tax
payers must bear the burden.
Forswearing and nader valuation,
with the object of securing a less amount
Of taxes to pay, does not benefit the tax
Public expenses must be met, and
under valuations may not raise enough,
yet the balance due has to be met In
some way, and the tax payer must make
good the deficit
If every c Hi sen would give In his prop
erty upon an equitable ass of value,
Without a strain of conscience, and not
under value because some one else does,
tax raising would prove no such burden
ai It to today.
There is something radically wrong la
our present system of tax listing, for it
breeds dishonest Hstlnr, and the real
burden does not fall equitably upon
those who by all right should bear a just
proportion of the public expenses, but
upon those who pay out of proportion
to means and property. " -
Statb ow Ohio, Citt of Tolido, I
Lucas Comm. j "
Frank J. Chenit makes oath that he
.s senior partner of the firm of F. J
Cbknxt & Co., doing business In the
City of Toledo. County and Bute 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 6th da? of December,
. A. W. OLEASON,
j sxai. J Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, and acta directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
' Bold by all Druggists.
Hall's Pamily Pills are the best
A Cbarek la Difflealtlaa.
It was a New England parson who
announced to his congregation on a re
cent Sunday, "You will be sorry to
hear that the little church at Jones-
Mile Is pace more tossed upon the
waves, a sheep without a shepherd."
Saved From aa Awful Fate.
"Everybody said I had consumption,"
writes Mrs. A. M. Shields, of Chambers-
burg, Pa. "I waa so 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. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, used It, and was com
pletely e ured." For desperate Throat
and Lung Diseases It to the safest cure
In the worldjud Is Infallible for Coughs,
Colds and Bronchial Affections. Guar
anteed bottles 60c and $1.00. Trial bot
tles free at C. D.Bradbam's.
' ' : ! Plahrauias Lack.
1 understand that Miss Specie
caught a duke while fishing In Eu
rope." , .
- "Yes, but she declares that she book
ed two princes, and they got away Just
as abe jras about to land them.'' Town
r RELIEF HI SIX HOURS.
DtotreseinFJdaey and Bladder Dis
ease relieved In six hours by "Nrw
Orkat South Ajoricah Kidsxt Cubs."
It is a great surprise on I account of Its
exceeding promptness in relieving pain
In btodder, kidney and back, In male or
female. Relieves retention of water al
most immediately. ,If you want quick
relief and core this to the remedy. Sold
by 0, D. Bradhem, Druggist ' i
Htw .Vlte Has; Wke4.
Victor tlugo always wrote standing
at a. high desk.. especially constructed
for him, throwing off sheet after sheet
as" fast as be tilled it Mil be would be
cjulte snowed op la leaves of foolscap.
Be often com la .the middle of the
night to note down an Idea or a verse.
He got np for the day usually at 0
e'clock and would devote from six to
eight hours per diem to his work. He
Bade bat few jcomcpona, bis poems
being thought out complete In Us brain
before be put pen to paper. It la a well
known factibatbe Indulged In the ar
duous task of composition while trav
ersing the streets of Paris on the top
of an omnibus. . When working out
some great conception, be would spend
hours In this way. , v - j
A Good Cough Keiiclne.
It speaka well for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy when druggists use It In
their own families la preference to any
other, "I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for the put five years with com
plete satisfaction to myself and custom
ers says Druggist J. Goldsmith, Van
Etten, N.T. "I have always used it la
my own famHy for both ordinary coughs
aud eoUs and for the cough following
la grippe, and find It very efficacious.
Tor sr 'e ly F. 8. Duffy & Co. ' !
Digests whit yoa eat.
This preparation contain aU of thi
food, itglvealnsunt relief an4 never
it A- a . , . .
laiia mi cure, at aiiows yoa to tat au
ttM fnrwt vna anknL. ThutoMtwnilti.
stomachs can takalu By iu use many
thousands of dyspeptic bave been
eured after every Uiiug alee failed. It
prevent format iu o owtaa on the atotn
acb, relieving all4aitreaXter eating.
Dieting inneceesarj. tleasaat to tak
it can't nei? m
fraparvdooWby K.O. DaWmOo.,Ualra
ta H, aowfc rvauln sj llman a top, aaa.
r. a, DUFFY CO, r .
ORCHARD AND GARDEN,
.i i ..
Better not prune at all than to pruo
Jn planting cot graft only the up
per bud anould be toft above ground.
The very best time to graft la Just
.when the bade are beginning to swell.
The chlei value, of dwarf pear eon
data la their early bearing, due to de
fective cireulaUea of the sap.
good wa to plant oung tree to
to make . large lbolev set the tree In
the centerv.spread out the root end
uu ut wiiu jkuuu won, i
In setting out strawberrlo the soil
ahoald bo rich end mellaxv, no that the
root can be spread out Hn shaped.
Fu the soil well la among the root.
Never permit a .tree or vine to over
bear. A tree or vine, that 1 almost
breaking jclth it toad of fruit may
look pretty, but It 1 rarely 4 profitable
one, ..Quality la tit tnore Importance
Leads Them AIL
' One If Inute Cough Cure beats all
other medicines I ever tried for coughs,
colds, croup and throat and lung trou
bles," says D. Scott Cnrrin of Loganton,
Pa. One Minute Cough Cure is the only
absolutely safe cough remedy which acts
Immediately. If others everywhere tes
tify to the good It has done their little
ones. Croup to so sudden In Its attacks
that the doctor often arrives too late. It
yields at once to ' One Minute Cough
Cure. Pleasant to take. Children like
it. Sure cure for grip, bronchitis, coughs.
F. 8. Duffy.
"Your fare, madam," said the street
car conductor as he elbowed a path
through the crush.
"Oh, thank you, sir!" she Bald, mis
taking the remark for a compliment.
But the conductor, of course, .was In
exorable, and she bad to fork over.'
Baltimore News. . .
1 100 Dr. E. DeKhons's AnU-DIuretlC
may be worth to you more than $100 If
you have a child who soils bedding fram-l
incontinence of water during sKSef,
Cures old and young alike. It arrests
the trouble at once. $1. Sold by C. B.
Janars Settled It.
Two boys in a rural Scotch district
were one day discussing what sign It
was when the cuckoo la heard for the
first time In the year. One of them
said It was a sign of getting married,
While the other said It was a sign that
yon were going to be rich. A farmer,
overhearing them, said, "That cannot
be true, because I bare heard It many
times, and I am not married yet, tad
I am certainly not rich."
Just then a local worthy, known Si
"Daft Jamie," was passing by, and the
farmer said, "Jamie, can you ten us
what sign it Is when you bear the
cuckoo for the first time 7" Tea," said
Jamie a he took bis pipe from hi
mouth, "If a sign you're not deaf,"
Spring Fever. , ; ,
Spring fever is another name for bil
iousness. It Is more serious than most
people think. A torpid liver and Inactive
bowel mean a poisoned system. If
neglected, serious Illness may follow
such symptoms. De Witt's Little i Early
Risers remove all danger by stimulating
the liver, opening the bowels and cleans
ing the system of impurities. Safe pills.
Nevergripe. "I have taken De Witt's
Little Early Risers for torpid liver every
spring for years," writes R M Everly,
Moundsvflle, W. Va. "They do me snore
good than any thing I Aave ever tried."
F. 8L Duffy. ;
Thriftless. ' s -
. foot Woman An; your ladyship, the
very serious Illness of my husband has
consumed our little aft, and we are pen.
Lady Dear, dearl How could your
husband be so thriftless as to get ill ao
much beyond hi mean London Tu
Bit. .. . v.;
Mr." W. 8. 'Whedon, Cashier of the
First National Bank of "Wfaterset, lows
In a recent letter gives some experience
a carpenter In his employ, that will be
of value to other mechanics He saya:
"I bad a carpenter working for me who
was . obliged to stop work for several
dsys on account of being troubled with
dia.Thooa. '. I mentioned , to him : that I
had been similarly troubled and that
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy had cured me. lie bought
a bottle of It from the druggist here and
Informed me that one dose cured him,
ana is spam at his work.'" For sale by
A Clo Chaaarlaat Mat. :
A color changing paint especially
adapted for making visible hot boxes
In machinery la prepared by a German
chemist by carefully rubbing up equal
parts of mercuric iods and cuprio
Iodide with enough distilled water te
form a thin paste. At ordinary temper
ature this mixture la red, but it turns
black at about CO degrees C, becoming
rea again on cooling. -
Stan tl .
Apiliatlons For Scholarships Bela;
Ceryaratlea farmed Ter laaarae
- tire f BkeemeeMe. Offer Jot -
- , $200 Fer Appreheaslen
ef Person vTk Set ;
" the Fire ef '
V -.:V' AJe I'': :
Ralxioh, Jane IS. The Stat Super
intendent of .Pnblle Initruotloa has al
ready received application from five
persona for the three N. C scholarships
announced as vacant la Peabody Nor-
al College, Nashville, Tene. They are
from Luptoa Btrowd, Hollis, Rutherford
county, Mis Mabel A baker, Obed, Ashe
eoonty, MIm Emma WMaford, King's
Mountain; Miss Lena R. Smyth, Green-Tllle-a
M. Hall, Folsoa, N.C These
and all others applylag will have to
stand the competitive examination .be
fore their respective County Superin
tendent July 17 and 18th. .
Mr. J. Hal Babbitt for many years a
promlaent business man and druggist
here Will go to Baltimore to live, he hav
ing organised s $300,000 slock company
there to manufacture and aell his fa
mous rheumatlim "Rheumaclde" on an
eaormoua scale. Mr. Babbitt to presi
dent of the Babbitt and Wynne Drug
Co., and the Norwood Cigar Co. here.
Both conoerm will continue here with
Mr. Babbitt si a large stock-holder.
The People'sTrsnsportatloa and Power
Co. of High Feint ha been chartered for
the purpose of operating an electric
street railway system in that growing
young city. 'vr
An unusually good record was made
yesterday by (he Raleigh fire department
In fighting the fire which broke out In
Kelly's livery stables. Not In recent
years has there been a fire here which
threatened suck wholesale destruction
but by prompt and herolo work Raleigh's
volunteer firemen extinguished It before
$100. damage was done the buildings.
The nine horses which perjghed were'
stilled to death by the dense smoke.
The people o( Raleigh are enthusiastic
over the record the laddies made and
the effect will be that the $1,000 and all
else for the royal entertainment of the
State firemen July 23, 23 and 24 will
Commissioner Young has issued a clrcu
lar offering $200 reward for the arrest and
delivery to the sheriff of Pitt county of
any persons guilty of starling the Incen
diary fire June 8th which destroyed a
large part of the town of Ayden.
A GENTLE HINT.
Ia-nT style of -cttmato,' With Its sud
den changes of temperature, rain, wind
and sunshine often intermingled In a
single day, it is no wonder that our
children, friends and relative are so
frequently taken from us by neglected
colds, half the deaths resulting directly
from. tUI cause. A bottle of Boschee's
German Syrup kept about your home
for Immediate use will prevent serious
slckness.a large doctor's bill, and per
haps death, by the use of three or four
doses.' For curing Consumption, Hem
orrhages, Pneumonia, Severe Coughs,
Croup or any disease of the Throat or
Longs, Its success is simply wonderful,
as your uruggisi win ieu ou. uet a
sample bottle free from F. S. Duffy. Reg
ular size, 75cla. Get Green's Special
; :! " Scotch Thrift. '
The ferryboat wn well on her way
when a violent storm arose, and fears
were entertained for hor safety.
The ferryman and bis mate, both
Scotchmen, held a consultation, and
after a short debate the ferryman turn
ed to bis passenger and remarked
anxiously .." ...
- "Well Just tak' yer tuppences soo,
tor we no ken what might come ower
ns." London Answers.
Filthy Temples In India. -
Sacred cows 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 'bowel,
good digestion, fine sppetlte.' Only 23c
at C. D-Bradham's drug store.
Bvolutloa of (ha teaama, '
, .The preliiKtorlc mosquito," said the
learned pwifoNnor. '.'bad, a bill ten feet
long, bin that cortnlnly would slarm
any man in these days." . .
, rrrofeasor,'; asked the man with the
Inquiring mind, "was the prehistoric
mosquito the prehistoric Iceman? If
so, I begin te take somo stock In Dar
win's theory -ef ancestral traits." Bal
timore American. '.:; -rV,',,.
Call at F. 8. Duffy '& Co's drug store
and get a free" sample of .Chamberlain'
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are an
elegant physic. Tbey also Improve the
appetite, strengthen the digestion and
regulate the liver and bowels. They are
easy to take and pleasant In effect. T .
. '. " ' ; Qrvar aa lr Draw.. ' ''
Blobbs-D'Anlier Is an artist, tan'f
bet -- ;f
Slobbs Pve seen biro : draw a full
bouse on a four card draw. An srtlstl
He' a wtoard.-PbIladclpbla Record.
SPearc4 Brrt Trait, "
He I dont see bow we can get mar
ried, dear, If the price of mmt contin
ues to advance.
She But pearl and diamond . are
the same. Ufa . . "
Ready to Yield.-.''.
'1 used DeWttt's Witch Hazel Salve for
piles snd found It a certain cure," says
8. R. Meredith, Willow Grove, Del.
Operations unnecessary to cure pl!i e.
They always yield to DeWltts Witch
Hazel salve. , Cures l!a Ceaws,
kinds of wounds. Acer; t no 'cou:;t ;r-
":.. F. 8. Duffy, '.
Excellent CesilHoa of Tobacca Crep
Large Tlcll ef Eoney.
Jsasl-Kr.G. W. Ward, ef Swans-
boro, the Baiter Pali school teacher, and
Capt Ja. O. Plgott of Bogae, were la
oar place last Tuesday sad Wednesday.
They were on their way to the Teachers
Mr David Ogtosby and daughter Floe-
I ale, of New J six j, formerly of this Bute
and county, are vUiUag their relatives
and aged father; Opt. L T Oglcsby.
- This Is a good week hare a many vial
tors stop In passing to the Teacher As
sembly. ' - . v .
Very dry and. crops look somewhat
bad la place, but the tobacco crop to
good. Mr. W. T. Pelletler has GO acres,
D Watson and brothers bave about the
same, TnoeMcCabe and sons 10 acres,
Lee Fulcher 4 acres, Thos Bell 4 acres,
and many others near here, Messrs. Pel
letler and Watson have the best we have
Mr Carl Watson ha 14 bee hives In
working order, he took 6 gams tost Toes
day night and though of amsH. size, he
realised 8 gallons squeesed honey, about
178 pounds of fine comb, besides the wax
We-call that good be taking.
Mr Will Murdock to still teaching
on Bogue Banks, western end, his school
will close soon.
Mr. Thos. Tolson and family have the
measles with them now, Miss Bessie, his
youngest daughter, and our nice little
friend, had a severe case of them tost
Mr. J. Stewart, the shad factory man,
Is making some fine scrap now at his
place of business near Wlldwood, he
tells us, he readily gets $1.18 per bund,
lbs. for scrap now. :
. Mrs. Jenny Hlnes and her aged moth
er have had rather a hard time for some
month's past, because of the serious
sickness of the mother, we are glad to
say both are now convalescent Mrs.
Jenny was not seriously Indisposed her
self, but her mother was expected to die
for several weeks- She is 80 years of
Little Misses Msy McCabe, Carrie Pel
letter, Gene Collins and Bessie Tolson,
were welcome visitors to see the writer
last week, a they were pets of his In
school last year.
Messrs. Ervln Oglesby, W.T. Pelle
tler, Thos. McCabe and sons, D, Watson
and Bros., W. 8. Bell Sr., add son, L. F.
Fulcher, Elijah Oglesby and son, Jesse
Bell, T. 8. Bell and others are the prin
cipal farmers In and around Wlldwood
this year, nearly all of these farmers
have more or less tobacco and the most
of It look well U V
These Items are written In the busy
absence of the Wlldwood Itemiser, with
best wishes for his future welfare.
A Real Friend.
"I suffered frem dyspepsia and Indi
gestion for fifteen years," says W T
Bturdevant or Merry Oaks, N. C. "After
Ilhad tried many doctors and medicines
to no avail one .of my friends persuaded
me to try Kodol. It gave immediate re
lief. I can eat almost anvthlna- 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. You
need wholesome,' strengthening food.
Kodol enables yon to assimilate what
yoa est by digesting It without the
stnmsch's aid. - F. B. Duffy.
THE ROYAL BOX. -
The young king of Spain, It I laid,
mad a favorable Impression on the
minister by the quality of Intelligence
evidenced in bla questions. : r'
King Edward, It Is anid, will appoint
tn Duke of Fife lord high constable
for the coronation in order to give bis
eon-ln-law precedence over the other
dukee who are bis seniors la rank,
Prince Bemadotte, second son of the
King of Sweden. U deeply religious
man. , He to president of the Young
Men's Christian association of Stock
holm,' the. chairman of a missionary
society and of many like Institutions.
He frequently preaches.
t Haw; Time in Old Town,
. '"We felt very nappy," writes 31. N.
Bevil), Old Town, Va., "when Bucklen's
Arnica Salve wholly cured our daughter
of a bad ease of scald head." It delights
all who use It for Cuts, Corns, Burns,
Bruises, Bolls, Ulcers, Eruptions. In
fallible for Piles. Only 25c at C D.
Bradham's drug store. ....
:' A Slha-nlar Marrlaaa Caataaa.
The Kurds bave a very curious and
somewhat dangerous marriage custom,
which one would think would be more
honored In tbe breach than In the ob
servance. The husband, surrounded by
a bodyguard of twenty or thirty young
men, carries bis wife home on his back
In a scarlet cloth and Is desperately as
saulted tbe whole way by a number of
gins. ; '
Sticks and stones are hurled at the
bridegroom, who, in tbe coming borne
with his bride, can hardly be consider
ed a very nappy man, for the irate
amasons often inflict on blm marks
which be carries to the grave. It may
be that among the lady pursuers are
some of ' the' bridegroom's former
"flames," who turn the mock attack
into downright earnest to avenge
; . Virulent Cancer Cured.
Startling proof of a wonderful ad
vance in medicine la given by druggist
G. W. Robert or Elizabeth, W. Vs. An
old man there had long suffered with
what good doctors pronounced Incura
ble cancer. Tbey believed his case
hopeless till be used f.lectrlc Eltters snd
applied Bucklen's Amlca.Eulve, which
treatment completely cured bla. When
Elivtrlc DUicrs sre used to expel l":on
kidney snd ndcrobe poisons at i" a r e
time tL!s Jve cterts its mate!.' 1 1 1
1 fnrttf Uooi diseases, s'.'j ; j
tf. ' ?, ! " s t " I tres vsnfr':, ! "
r;: :"MtC.D.r- '!.
t" :x!csn ftr
Vat tT rm nr mu trarfa
i W iw Umui Jii
For a Lame Back,
, .. 5ore Muscles, ; ? -or,
in fact, all Lamenesa and Sore
ness of your body there is nothing
that will drive out the pain and in
flammation, so quickly as
i ' If yoii cannot reach the spot your
t self get Borne one to assist you, for
it is essential that the liniment be
1: rubbed in most, thoroughly.
- ' Mexican flustang Liniment
oveKOme the ailment of honaa and all domestic animals. In faot,
it Is a flesh healer and paia killr bo matter whoor what to patlantk.
Half of a man's
mer lies in the
We have the Swelleet Line of
you ever saw or ever will see- - Cheviots, Madras, Percale NEW AND
EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS Just Received, at , ,
AND TO BEHIND YOU wa
Genty Shoes, High and Low' CutT" These we bought especially for
summer wear. Patent Calf, Vici, Velour, arftt ! Box 'Calf As good as
others charge $5.00 for Ours 43.00 to $3.50. . " ;
99 Middle Street
ii....- o a-rtf - h
are all the rogue this summer, we are showing alt the new ef-
fecta -, - ' " . v a j - s . ; s .
$0.50 to $12,50.
Also a large line of Caps, Boys' and Meuis sizes,1 in cloth,
straw white duck and flannel, 126c, 60c and 75c. , A large line
of patterns to select from. .
J. Gt -Ditnn & Co.,
TM a.'. T"ftlrV rVsina '.'" J
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Wire Screens, poor and. Window Screens, Lawn Mowers, Ice Cream
Freezers, Ice Shavers. : y ? '"" 1
: A full line of Ilardware, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Enamels in Cold,
Silver and Alluminum. ' .
; A new lot Tall Eeaiing Castors, improved. .
Our goods as represented, miGT3 TI1E L0Y7EST. "
Cive us yonr oi'rs. . f
C .-r- -
- a, tt rwa throurh tb aamclai aad
wtUl I. ii ami I
comfort in sum
shirt he wears.
hare just in a beautiful line of
..' ... 810 North front Street, .
" WILMINGTON, . . N. V.
The place to buy jour Cemetery
Work at 110TTOM PRICE. Ir
Foreign and Domestic Granite and
Marble. Lettering and Finish the
Best. . Send for latest designs. All
. Branch yard, Goldsboro, N. C. '