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UDUto A! 1WUT.
Repair bra betmg m on the Ml
wail kt Seat Front,
Tk lighted beacon located at Wtlkln
sob1! Point la retorted to b down. .
Xitensive repairs ere being saed oa
U Neee tad the Trent bridge.
TU track auiket wm ttrely jaaUrday
wtta large shipment of beans aad pota
' toe. Toaiatoea aierlpaalag fa local gar
Th Htm of Soaday and Monday
. were greatly apptadaud by thetamen
aa the dry weather wu baooalng threat
aalag. .' Mr. J. CFolfordhs opened busln
'. 77 Crtraa St the old Journal stand,
' where be will keep machinery aad salll
f'aappUea, aad book orden for tame.
Mr. IT. P. Barren gaTt a delightful
V'-aalllng party latt evenlngoa tba achooa
er Faaale Bmad Capt Hardlson. They
' vent to Johnsons Point A delicious
; aoppor was served oa board.
The aontheaat etorm aehedoled for Bat
nrday, was a little late la arrirlng, bat
' gave a good account of itself, nearly all
of Monday, the wind blowing atrongly
allday, with frequent shower. ,
The heat of the part few daya hai had
a tendency to depress. The wannest
. day of the aeatos wu Friday when the
highest tern perat are wu 81 ' degree.
Forcast for this week until Wednesday
' la pleaaant weather.
About three yean ago a watch wu
Itolen from the bureau In attorney W. D
Mclrer'i room which wu recoTered re
cently. The negro offered to pawa It to
secure money to pay a line, the gentle
man who took It suspected the watch to
be the one stolen and II r. Mclver Iden
tified it and the negro who had been
found guilty of one charge of larceny
wu made culpable for another charge.
,4. t im vm iw ims imjt MBf
North Carolina Press Association.
The North Carolina Press Association
will meet in Hendersonville Jane 25th
and 26th. The essays for.the meetings
are "How can the country weekly best
secure and retain a large circulation?"
by H. B. Yarner, alternate C. R. Hoey.
"Bu a semt-weekly any advantage oyer
a weekly from a business standpoint?,
by W. F, Marshall, alternate R. R. Clark
"The lights and shadows of newspaper
life." byJosephus Daniels, alternate R.
F. Beuly. "Bow to make a country
weekly a financial snccesa," by Thad R.
Manning, alternate J. A. Thomas.
Continued Endorsement of Thomas.
Sampson County, the home of Hon.
JohttS. Fowler, who hu been the op
ponent of Congressman Charles R.
ThomM in the past two elections, en
dorses with enthusiasm Hon. Charles R.
Thomas for renominatlon and Instructs
her delegation to cut the entire rote of
the county for him. Ringing resolutions
were passed and great enthusiasm pro
Tailed. Every county in the third dis
trict which hu held a convention up-to-date,
Including Craven, Jones, Onslow
and Sampson, hu endorsed and In
structed for Mr. Thomas. The Conven
tion will be held at Goldsboro on July 1
and will be an enthusiastic one, nomi
nating our present representative by ac
clamation. Charged With Assault
The case of the United States v s Al
vln Daniels, oyster Inspector for Pamli
co county, wu heard before U. 8. Com
missioner, Charles B. Hill In the Federal
Court yesterday morning. The defend
ant Is charged with assaulting Captain
Parkin on board the schooner Charles
LeRoy, In Middle Bay, Pamlico ' sound,
within the jurisdiction of the U. 8 but
not In the jurisdiction of any particular
. ' The government wu represented by
Hon. Harry Skinner, U. S. attorney, and
the defendant's attorney wu the Hon. B
D. Gilmer, Attorney General of North
Carolina. ,' ',., -1'
After the evidence for the government
and the defense wu Introduced, the
action wu dismissed, the attorney . fcr
the government admitting that the Uni
ted States could not get along, It ap
pearing that the offense, If any wu coji
mltted. wu within the jurisdiction of
the State court.
st i t H V
Examinations for Entrance, to the
A. it M. College.
. Examinations for entrance to the State
Arrlcnllnral and Mechanical (InlWa at
,k ; Raleigh wfll be held Tuesday, July 10th,
' In the court house (the County Superln
. ten dent will be In charge.) : Toung men
- desiring to enter that college and obtain
a practical education In Agriculture,
! ; ' Engineering, Electricity, Cotton Mann
factnrlng and Mechanical Arts can, try
their hand at these examinations, and
thus save the expenses of a trip to Ral-
K I eigh. 940 scholarships are offered, eon
' ferrlng free tuition and room rent. ' j '
' Umbrella Sale This Week. ;
We put on tale thlr week one lot of
fifty Ladles aoA Men fclack twill silk
umbrellas, paragon, frames, steel rods
with assorted hlSCl tegular price 11.43
special thla week 1X0 each. f
' BARFOOT BRO&
r: aat to take. Tour money
' boo if it faila.
-i ey all tr;::::i3.
FAT VS. LEANS.
Sigrctttd Local Talent Far Sack a Suae
" ta X T-Uje Bat ThU
It will be doll this week, no baseball
In town, so a gaata la proposed between
the -ever-fed- and the "underfed."
The Fat Man wlQ Induce Tommy
Walton Water' to catch. . He would
then be close .enough to the grand
stand, to hear aQ the complimentary
things that wonld be aaid of ktnv
II tha "onenaaber market wu good
no doubt Baas Hack bom would be
willing to do the twirling uwelluto
"do" the umpire la ease decisions were
not to his liking.
, Co, H.E. Bryan, Jr., could hold
down the first cushion to rival the great
A then back, and ha might also be made
Captain of the team and his dignity and
diplomacy would lnaplre enthusiasm
and diligent effort for his side.
Johnny Watson, Jr., would be aa
ajtorahla almpt iIaa aaA If tha fcaait
played" ho would do the "cake walk"!
and other "stunts" "between thej
Little Jimmy Dawson would excel
Devlin at lad batte.
8eymour Hancock could "bold the
bag" at third.
Mr. Mortle Marks on account of his
speed u a runner would be the very
man to chase long files and foul balls In
left field. .
- This fills nearly all the places bat
leaves the following aggregation.
Lather Taylor, Wm- Dunn, L. J. Tay
lor, t. B. Watson, W C. Wlllett, JR
Parker, M L Hollowell, J R Parker, Jr.,
J A Jones and others of talent on the
benches from which the other places
could be filled and also be on hand to
take the places of any overworked or
For the lean and lanky, on account of
the reputation gained by skillful pitch
ing in the recent game between the Hooll
cans and Katzenjamors of course CoP
Thoe. W. Dewey will be asked to pitch.
Dr. Primrose should be close at hand to
do any short-stop work that would come
For 1st base, Hon. E. M. Green wu
nominated but u the dear public are
more Interested In ball both high and
low than In 18 to 1, it is thought best to
put him In center field where his talents
can be employed In the consideration of
Percy Cox wu also nominated for
first base but upon examination he wu
found to be too fat to train with the lean
kind; and In addition the grand stand
says It cannot spare him so he will be
there "dressed In his best suit of clothes'
and ready to explain any fine points
on the game In a style and manner that
would put Jerome K. Jerome or Billy
Baxter out of the game.
Down at 2nd base Cousin Jonesey
Wahabwill preside over the cushion
and be in the game from beginning to
The risk at the 8rd. pillow will be
covered by H. C. Hughtes who will try
to stop anything that comes his way.
This leaves a few places unfilled but
there is no end of talent among the
Among them can be named, C. N.
Ennett,H. C. Lumsden, W.W.Clark,
O. H. Gulon. J. E. Latham, J.B.Hol
land, D. R. Davis and others.
It is suggested the game should have
two umpires andT. Burk andE.W.
Rosenthal It to thought would be accept
able to both sides.
If the game comes off shortly It is ex
pec ted that Charley Beizensteln and old
man Spalding and other base ball cranks
will be down from New York.
It should be a great game, and no ad
vancein prices should be made to the
public The players however should pay
In this city Monday afternoon June
16th, 1902, Miss Clyde E. Benton, aged
82 years and 6 months.
The funeral services will be held this
afternoon from St. Paul's -R. 0. Church
at 5 o'clock.
t' . Spring Feyer.
Spring fever to another name for bil-
iousness. It to more serious than most
people think. A torpid liver and Inactive
bowels mean a poisoned system. If
neglected, serious Illness may follow
such symptoms. DeWltt's Little Early
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 DeWltt's
Little Early Risers for torpid liver every
spring for years," writes B M Everly,
MoundsrQIe, W..Va. "They do me more
good than anything I have ever : tried."
F. 8, Duffy.
'",.'; .'. ; ' Ladles ; Oxl6r4 Ties. .
Another shipment of those $1.60 and
12.00 Oxford ties just received we have
them In Patent Leather and Vlcl Kid, in
all the new shapes, also two cases Misses
and Children sandals all sizes 75c and
11.00. , BARFOOT BR03,
' LESS WOMtY. f 'f ;:;v ).
Children will play and get over-heated
get their feet wet, expose themselves in
dozens of ways, and you can't prevent
It. All yon can do to to keep them aa
free from exposure u possible and al
ways have In the house a Cough Remedy
that can be depended upon. Anway'i
Croup Eyrup will fill every requirement,
It to guaranteed to euro Coughs, Colds
and Croup or the price 25 cents will be
refunded by any dealer selling It Sold
by Davis Henry's, , and Bradbam'i
Pharmacy '"' ' ' :: : ; ' ' :''V ;
f?MASaml nD m enetSMarm 1 V
in Bcltian Hares
STATE LEAGUE CAKTS
- 4 I , , . 1
Retrhvycd Tester lay Acceaal ekaia.
Games Today. '; ,
New Barn at Durham.
' Charlotte at Wilmington. -' "
Greensboro at Raleigh.
stamp mo or Tin cu
won lor rsa eunr.
Owing to the rain atom yesterday,
the State League gamea u per schedule
had to be postponed. -
Manager Ellis wired the Jocbjal from
Dnrham, that two . games wonld be
played there Wednesday,1 owing to yes
terday's postponement. ' ."- '
Call at F. 8. Duffy ft' Go's 'drug store
and get a free sample of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They ar an
elegant physic, They also Improve tha
appetite, strengthen the digestion and
regulate the liver and bowel. They are
euy to take and pleaaant in affect
.- - . ;
Movement to Buy Orfan For Church.
There was a very welcome' rain Sun
day which has greatly Improved crops.
Miss Llule Ewell who baa bet-n teach
ing at Tourman is home for Vacation.
Miss Llziie Lancaster left Sunday for a
wo weeks visit In Pitt county.
Misses Lois A. and Lucrelia Willis at-
ended the picnic at . Wup and spent
Saturday night with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lancaster and
their grand-daughter, Utile Llszle Hay
Wliltfonl spent Saturday and Sunday
with relatives In Washington.
The mall from Dohbs to Chip wu put
on regular route Monday, with Mr. Red
ding Jones ss carrier. This gives us a
city mall the mat! leaving Chip at 2:30 p
m. and returning leaves Dobbs at 3:45 p.
Miss Clara Brewer and brother Ray,
who have been attending school at Beau
fort returned home lut week to spend
The young people of oar vicinity have
started a movement to raise money to
buv an organ for the Ellsworth church
Anyone willing to contribute can send
money to Misses Lizzie Lancaster, Lois
Willis or H. C. Lancuter, Dobbs, N.
Mrs. T. J. JEwell and sons Roy and
Clifton of Beaufort are visiting relatives
In and near Vanceboro and Dobbs.
Our community wu shocked to hear
of the sudden death by heart failure of
Mr. Henry J. Carowon, Jwhich occurred
at his home near Cowpen Landing at 2
o clock lut Saturday the Tlnst He leaves
a wife one daughter and five sons to
mourn their loss. He wu a member of
the Primitive Baptist Church.
McDuffiCs Witch Hazel Foot Healer to
one of the finest baby powders known,
cures prickly heat and gives Instant re
lief. 25 cents at F. 8. Duffy's. - .
Mr. Chu. L. Stevens, of the New Bern
Journal, In an unguarded moment, con
sented to umpire a game of ball la that
town Monday and now his friends are
engaged In certifying to his fair rulings.
A newspaper man who will be caught In
such a scrape to entitled to the sympathy
of the entire country. He should be
sternly reprimanded by the next press
convention, not for Jits rulings, but for
being caught trying to do such a thing
u umpire a bal game.
IN MEMORY OP
Jacob Kafer, Born In Germany, Decern
berZ3,ib4i, mea in uermany,
May 30, 1902, In the Slat year of -hie
Mr. Kafer came to this country, and
In 1867 he settled In Edenton, N. C,
where he successfully carried on his
baking business and accumulated a very
considerable amount of money, through
the failure of a bank a considerable part
of It wu lost. , Be moved to New Bern,
N. C, In 1881 aad began his baking bust
neu which he carried on very . success
fully". fi:-' f
About two years ago his health failed
and for some time wu confined. Think
Ing that a trip to his old home In Ger
many might be of benefit to him be left
New Bern and went to Germaay, he
however found no relief and returned to
New Bern. A few months ago he again
went to Germany where he dled."': .
Mr. Kafer wu one of the most In
dostrlous and prudent of men. -. He
scarcely ever left his place of business
and wu rarelv seen In the streets, He
gained the respect of our entire com.
munlty. : He leaves a wife and fire child
ren who have, to a large extent the sym
pathy of our people. , Q.
Leads Them AIL
One Minute Cough Cure beats all
other medicines I ever tried for coughs
colds, croup and throat and long trou
blea," says D. Scott Currin of Loganton,
Pa. One Minute Cough Cure to the only
absolutely safe cough remedy which acts
Immediately, "others everywhere tes
tify to the good it has done their little
ones. Croup is so sudden in its attacks
that the doctor often arrives too late.
yields at once to One Minute Cough
Cure.' Pleasant to take. CM'Jreu like
It, Sure cure for grip, bronchitis, coughs.
F. 8. Duffy. '
Oranges 80c per dozen at McSorley,
Frtatoa e-awtUla' Vrrwhcm,
'WmUm kwAla' mitlj fair;
Skim a aoft ' tater blu.
Klrda a-cmcta' sob t yoa. -'
-HUo, tawrar an' "MarnlB, BB3P.
How tbair crw wttk aladMM tU;
How tbr srab jraur haad aa' aAAket
How the? btd roa e00 " ,
BoaMUUa' vrtu'kM wttn taa, ,
Jea ta tooaaa ub Um pbws - : ;
la roar throat, tar 'Um bo. ,
Btck Mas far eooat. yoa know, ,
Wtaaa a mm ha aaoaey.
Don't tha worM look brtfiit aa la
la bar ion of sua an' anlBot
Hain't bo ailla' swoat aa part,
IJka a rafter UU1 ftlrtl .
ttoa't tha f lad bAod to yoa raaehT -Don't
taey holtar. "ToaT a aaaohr -Doa't
kick coma Jafoath) whir ;
Wbaa yoa hain't a-naadla' hart .
Doa't thins coma. oh. doa't they, say.
Com a-runnln' dowa yoor way t -Doa't
It aaeai an aaay ram. i
PUis' up km mora the aama. . ,
When a man ha money T
Wfcttewood (S. DJ FlaJndeatar.
A Dainty Theatre Bodice of Liberty
Over Taffeta. j : ;
With the signs of approaching warm
weather oar heavy and. much trimmed
satin and peao de sole waists are iouad
too uncomfortable and w long for
lighter garments to wear to the theatre.
A very dainty waist Is of pale blue liberty
silk over taffeta of the same shade and
is trimmed with ribbon-run beading. It
hu something of a bolero effect, as the
lower part consists of plaited chiffon
which blouses slightly over the belt. An
attractive chiffon jabot completes the
garniture. The stitching is all done with
Corticelli silk. When finished this makes
a very attractive waist.
Democratic Senatorial Convention,
Pursuant to order of the Executive
Committe of the 8th Senatorial District
of North Carolina a Convention will be
held at Klnston, on Thursday the tenth
day of July 1902, to nominate candidates
for Senators for said district and for
such other business as may come before
the convention. .-
M. D. W. Btevknson, Chairman,
W.M. WKBB.Sec'y. ,
New Books at the New Bern Circu
lating: Library. ' j
The Blazed Trail, None But the Brave,
The Leopard's Spots, The Opponents,
The Westcotes, The Making of a States
man, The Crisis, Tlo Minority, Philip
Longstretts, Wallannah, The Dark O'
The Moon, The Allen.The Battleground,
Circumstance, The Misdemeanors of
Nancy, Tarry Thou Till I Come, The
Lady Paramount, Old Virginia and her
Neighbors, The Valley of Decision, The
Kentons, Jsck and Jill, Eight Cousins,
Rose in Bloom, Little Women, .The
Days of Bruce, Home Influence, The
Mother's Recompense, The Vale of Ce
Chocolates 20c per pound at McSorloy
A Worthy Project. y.r f -
Eorron Joubnai-AHqw 'me space In
your ably edited paper a word concern
ing the Industrial , Educational school
work now being made a live by Rev. A.
L. C. Weeks backed by the good people
of the city and elsewhere. IvO'-'"
The work to already assured of success
The canvass of ; the city for - funds
though meager, yet the good white
people have so liberally responded on
til a commencemont to build will begin
this month. ..... j
The building must be completed by
September, every donor ill then be ap
preciated and remembered.
More goodwill come to the colored
race and the ousinesi interest oi new
Bern from this single effort of Rev. A.
L. C. Weeks, than from tbe combine ef
forts of all the race's self constituted
friends since tbe last Civil War between
Strange u It Is, yet It Is true, though
they have been walled upon, yet the
truth to uy not one twnl baa been sub
scribed or given Re. We. ks to help tbe
good work along by the local white Re
This school will soon reach a prcjior
tlon snendlncr fifty thousand dollars
each year in New Bern. -
Who will sot this money? The bual
t Mow who help In the childhood dsys
of the school will be remembered when
the school gets grown. .
This school Is to model after Booker
T. Washington's great normal and In
dustrlal school at Tuskcgeo. Alabama
His school Is said to be tbe greatest In
dustrlal school on earth, and the pro
moters of the work here propose to
make this Industrial work the greatest
In the world. Anon '
Isaac U. Smith
TWO HIT WATS.
There wu a man who advertised
But oace e slsgl time.
la spot obscured placed he hit ad.
Aad paid for It a dime.
Aad Just because ft dldat bring
Hun eastosMrs by scorav ' -
"AO advertising to a fake,"
Ha said, or rather, swore.
He seemed to think one kAmater tap
Would drive a nafl clear Um -
That from a bit of tiny thread ;
A weaver tents could spin.
If he this reasoning bright applied
To eating, doubtless he
Would dalm on Uttls bite would feed
Tea men a century.
Some day, though, he will learn that to
Make advertising pay, .
HeHl have to add ads, to his ad
And adverttoe each day.
-E. Towasend, in National Advertiser.
Hew Water Tank aad Warehouse. Accl-
dcatto Hiss Taylor.
June 13. Work on the new water
tank hu been commenced aad usoon
uthlshu been completed we are to
have a new warehouse we hope, and the
old eye sore done away with.
Mtos Jessie Taylor had the misfortune
to fall down the stair steps while de
scending Monday night, bat we are glad
to note that the Injury wu very alight.
Mr. Walter Glover to on the alck list
this week. We trust he will soon be well
again. . ' ' .. '
Messrs. Gordon Avery, John Charlton
and Thos. White of New Bern, were
visitors here Sunday.
We are having music by the wholesale
this week, u Capt. Cook to a fine music
ian and he la here, ... We are always glsd
to see Cnpt. Cook as he is a Jolly good
fellow and always full of fun.
Messrs. 8. C. White and Junius Avery
went to New Bern on bnsiness Toes-
day. . '
Mlu Ruth Avery spent Monday and
Tuesday with relatives In Golds
Mr. Duncan Ipock Is suffering very
much with a sore hand. '
Mr, William Roberson hu accepted a
position as sawyer with the White Bros.
Before next Issue goes to press
Two hearts will beat u In one breast
Now don't all uk who this may he
Just wait a week and we can see.
Soft Crabs at Oak Market.
Delegates to Judicial Contention.
D P Whitford, Juper Carawon, W E
Brown, W 0 Brewer, Nathan Ttodale, Z
M Carawon, Hugh Lancuter, Sllu Ful-
cher, Joslah Tingie, F 8 Ernul, F P
Rowe, W A Barrlngton, Alfred Gukins
8 W Latham, Brlce Gukins, W M Tyn
dal, Thomu Ipock, Sam Robinson, W 0
White, B B Wooten, L 8 Harper, J W
Lane W B Puree, Albert Wadaworth,
W B Lane, J T House, P M Pearsall,
HPelletler, A B Dawson, HO Wood,
Bryan Ives, John Pittman, T E Hay
wood, Allen Tolson, J H Hunter, John
Morton, Graham T Richardson, Walter
Bray, J A Meadows, L J Moore,' R A
Nunn, H H Dowdy. ML Jacobs, T G
Hyman, E M Green, R B Nixon, G B
Foy, J J Baxter, 3 W Diddle, James A
Bryan. W M Watson, Mark Stevenson,
G B Waters, 8 W Bmallwood, F T Pat
terson, DrNH Street, W P Burr us, K
R Jones, O Marks, Mark Disosway, E W
Small wood, H R Bryan, Jr., Ed Gerock,
O T Watson, 8 R Street, A D Ward, . E
H Meadows, 8 R Ball, C R Hancock, Dr,
J W Duguld, H O Whltehurst, Dr Lelns-
ter Duffy, Sam Brinson. T A Green, Dr.
Rhem, T F McCarthy, C L Btevens, D 8
Jones, D L Roberta, Thos Daniels,? J A
Redmond, Enoch Wadaworth, E T Gas
kill, John M Hargett, James McCoy, Bam
Howard, H L Hall, G N Eunett, Will
Lovenear, G ANIcoU, Joseph Guklll.
John Suter, Jr., Guilford Lewis, S B
Parker, D B Wood. , - , 1
By virtue of the authority vested in
me by the County Convention which
convened at the Court House in New
Bern on May 24, 1902, 1 hereby appoint
the above named persons delegates to
the Judicial Convention called for the
Third Judicial Dlslrfct, at Klnston, July
10th Inst , D. L, Wabd.
' We hereby approve tbe appointment
of the above delegates and declare the
same to be delegate from Craven Coun
ty to the Judicial Convention for the
Third Judicial District ,- '
Edward Gibock, Bec'y.,
- . Craven Co. Con,
; W B Lark, Chairman,.. . -k
.-:-. , Craven Co. Con, '",
NEW BERN PRODUCE MARKET
. WHOLKBALB PRICtS CUHBE1TT,
Eggs, per do.... ...12c
Chickens, old per palr....,...,.60&0
" youug, per pr., ....... 25 ft 40
Geese, per patr. .. 80 to 1.00
Pork, per lb. . 7ft
Beef, " 6 ft 6
nidos, green, per lb .....
dry, " .......... ....9&11
20 to 23
Rwe t Po'atoea, Tarns, per bush. SO to 70
. Bahamu - 46
Cum, per bnrh ........... ........ 65
Oats, '. . ...... ." H
Local Grain Market,
Corn, per bu.. ....... ....
Oats per bu..
Meal, per bu..... ...... .
omlny, pet bu..... ......
Corn bran, per 100 ll
Wheat brn, per .......
Cotton seed meal, 100 lbs.,
Cotton seed hulls, 100 lbs.
Eh'p stu3 ...
No. 1 TituoUsy, per ton...
. t '
. Royal Worcester Corset Co.
" Don i Kill
That Lays the
BUT Spend your money
With those who work for the
Interest of. your city.
TliTorc Qnoolal Aaliioc
Table Linen and Towels This Week.
TIiioV nnrl Tiirtkh Towels Eaneniftllv th Bflgt Rath Towels W
Vlt J. ate a v- .
Crash at 5c yard and up.
i The Best Russian Crash 10c. I
A BIG CUT IKLEMBUOIDEBYS A Genoal Clearing out
k this week. ' w
Of &prth Carolina.
One hundred and eight scholarships.
Free tuition to teachers and to ministers'
sons. Loans for the needy, . (
563 Students. 54 Instructors.
Hew Dormitories, Water Works, Con
tral Heating System.
Fall term begins September 8, 190.V
Address, . .. s. . .
F. P. VE SABLE, President,
ClIAPBI, HiLt, N. C.
Commissioner 'g Sale,
NORTH CAROLINA, I Superior Court,
Craven County. J Before Oerk.
J. A. Bryan, and J. J. Wolf enden ;
and wife Carolina Wolfenden,
- Thomas Singleton Court.
NOTICE OF SALE. . '
I ursnant to the order of the Superior
court of Craven county in the above en
titled proceedings made and directed to
me this the 12th day of May, A. D., 1902
nnder which order 1 was duly appoint
ed Commissioner to make sale of the
following described land for division, 1
will as commissioner offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder for cash on
Saturday the 14th day of June, A. D.;
1903 at the hour of 18 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 county, North Carolina
situated upon and in Catfish Lake Poco
sin. belne fully described in the Petition
filed in the above entitled pBoceedings
to which reference is made for full de
scription of said land. Said petition be
ing duly tiled in tne omce oi tne cierc
of the Superior court ef Craven county
lnthe above entitled cause and In the
papers filed in said cause."-r,;v -V- j
This May the 12th, 1903. - . f
ROMULUS A. NUNN, , i i
A fair day's wzjes '
for a fair days worh
is ripht and just, but the wnfes must
be paid in good coin. 8o don't cheat
your horses by giving them interior feed.
Get Bpencer's, w hich is of the host and
uniform quality. Corn, oats, meal, etd,
of the highest grade.
ilew Com, IT.C.
Jp M,tl-i'':1,iiiiri',i" i.'fjrj
f EEL DI6I1T
Ask your merchant to order style
' ' i , ' . selected.
v ' AoMptMatttareoraat , '
ue aa n4 ..
There's Consolation c
w Knowing .
tliat on can get your carriage re
paired in a thoroughly efficient and dur
able manner at Waters' Carriage Factory.
Their skill in renewing all broken parts,
painting and varnishing is too well
known to need special mention, while
their prices are remarkably moderate for
the painstaking care displayed in all
their work. .The man who fails to own
a Waters buggy has mlseed a part of his
fortune. Remember we are putting on
rubber tires on old or new wheels, any
size and kind.
G. II. Water A Son,
. 78 Broad .St, - Nkw UrkN, N. O j,
I !ave on hand several' samples of
High-grade Bicycles that will be sold at
Spot Factory Cost
. These wheels are new and are the
Greatest Bicycle Bargains ever offo?e.d
in the city. . , " .
1 A few second band .bicycles In good
running order for $5.00.
rXT 31 93 Middle Street.
- 2M Players
As well as everybody else, seed
some good liver medicine occasionally.
ERADQAM'S ANTIBILIOUS LIVER
PILL3 "clesnse the liver, cool the blood
and ease the head," without griping or
danger of salivation note this these
pills are purely vet";otallo nd serve their
purpose as well If they- f ontnlued
some pJr!- i. I.icrul drug. Cox of S3
for 11 C i. " Tg. ami sol.l at
i '.'.: faCar