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VOLUMI XXT. " - . IIW BIKI. CRAY II COUITY, S. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 20," 1902. SICOSD SCCTIOS. ' v: 7 :i ' ' NUMKtR 23
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' Small crops, unsalable veg
etables, result from want of
Vegetables are especially,
fond of Potash. : Writefor
our free pamphlets. "
GERMAN KALI WORKS, - '
MARTINIQUE. ' -
now would Martinique do for an an
archist reservation! Albany Journal.
An enterprising real estate man could
probably get tbe whole island of Mar
tinique at a low figure now. New Yor
World, hi iii t :.t::-i, ,;J1
It Is not likely that there will be any
. international Jealousy over tbe owner
ship of Martinique for many yean to
' come. Washington Star.
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1 Too heavy feeding and lack of exer
cise tend to barrenness.
One of the best place for the poul
try to run is the orchard. Jr J - I -;
Ground oyster shells are not so serv
iceable as pounded shells because the
sharp pieces are better.
After chickens are one-third or one
half grown coarse, bulky food may be
mixed with grain to advantage.
Ono of the very, best poultry houses
Is one that is aw behind and high In
front, facing the south,; 'with a dry
floor and but little glass.
Ducks should not be fed at the same
place longer than a week before chang
ing to a new location, as they create
filth rapidly and cause a very disagree
able odor. '
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I: -Good prices for Truck. Bljr Huckleberry
f '; Juno 19. All the farmers are report
. Ing fine crops this spring. , .. ,,
;; We hear that Mr. Ralph Branker of
Wards Mill Onslow county had cotton
i ., blotioms on the 15th .and very fine
crop all aroiIni.
Our truckers are well pleased with
frlcea for potatoes, returns from 13 to
$3.50 pur lisrrul, yield about 60 barrels
per acre. ; 1,,;,;..,,
I .JIwm IMivle Fy und Ethel HcDanlel
returned ibis morning from spending
soma lime at Morohead. :t ' a V
MIh UlaM Koonct of Belgrade, la
visiting friends and - relatives at' this
place this week. ; ' :
Mr. J. 8. Rhodes, formerly of Virginia
, but lato of this county, was married at
tbe roildcnco of Edward J Watson near
here last night by ReV 6 Brlttaln to
Mist Lola Phimps. It was a quiet home
marriage, only a few ' Intimate friends
r i and telallves being present
The Presbyterian Sunday School will
have an eicursion on the steamer How
ard on Wednesday June 25th, Every
body Is cordially Invited to come and go
. and carry a well filled' basket of spring
chicken! old ham, etc. Price for round
trip 25 cts. Some pleasant place down
the river will be selected for dinner
spread, etc. VI1.' i' i..r.i, y' V'.-i
: Dr. O.J. Bender left here yesterday
for Raleigh to attend the State Dental
association which Is in session there this
"We were glad to see "Mr. H. C. Poecue
" on the street yesterday.J He I knot able
walk, thoughablevto'jide around
" some. or. ? ' ::.
The freight train passed Hhls place
yesterday with the tender load of wood
on Are, but it was put out the water
. ' tank. No damage done. '
The biggest crop of Huckleberries this
season In the ,Ctfl8h Lake jegion (here
has been for "many 'seasons. 1
f ',, Jhe AiC. L force, ar a work, here
" building and repairing the cotton "wharf
' on the river front, preparatory for a big
business this fall. ,-, t . r. v V
Mrs. J. W. Bhepard who has .been
spending several weeks with her daugh
ter, Mrs.' Hart of New '; Bern, retuined
home tltts" morning. ; '
.J' Clerical Customer (arousing himself
from imp la bnrber's chair) Finished,
Barber Tea, sir; quite some time
Clerical Customer Indeed! Then I
' must have jbecn iudulglns 4a a quiet
Barber You euicly hnyeair, .
Clerical CustoWe'4ft f wa certainly
cry kind of you not to awaken me.
The rest has done me good, and I am
very thankful to you for what waa
really a very refreshing sleep.
- Barber Don't mention it, sir. Kt
only a fair return. I attended your
church last Sunday. ,
CASTOR I A
for Ialanti and CLillrcx
Inter-State day Piceos Shoot Next
Large LoeoaetiTei Paulag U The
Seith.' Fate f Fake Maker. "
Case Against L1ot Daw
tea, Tarbere, Baak
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Bauiqr, June 18. Sportsmen here
tad In the State are taking great interest
In the Interstate Clay Pigeon Shoot
here next week. A doaen States or more
will be represented, There are many
prltes. Nothing on so extensive a teak
has beea held In North Carolina. Some
of the members of the local club are do
ing good work,- making from 80 to 90
per cent, As a rale most matches are
won by a eoore of 87 per cent. '
A," charter Is gi anted to the, Belma
Furniture Company, of Belma, with $18,
500 capital,-H.N. Egerton and others
stockholders, There are now more than
125 furniture factories In this State. '
r The 85 applicants for license as dent
ists devoted today to clinical work, be
fore the State Board of Dental Examin
ers. - At each window in the Senate
Chamber an 'aspirant for the honors of
dentistry was at work on a patient. '
A number of locomotives, of great
size, are passing here on the way to the
Southern Pacific railway. They will
use Texas oil They attract much at
tention.1 The oil raises steam very rap
idly. At Wilmington the other day a
steamer using oil as fuel got up 150 lbs.
of steam In 8 minutes. This steamer
had beea a coal-burner and as such em
ployed 80 men In the boiler and engine
rooms. As an oil-burner It requires
Some time ago, In April, in fact, a
story was sent out from Rutherfordton
that Allen Cogsdell, a rich old farmer,
had-Issued Invitations to a "suicide
dinner," to be given June 10th,
and that at the end of the
meal he would blow out his brains
with a revolver he carried while In the
Confederate army. It Is found that this
was a fake, and nothing more,' sent out
by a faker who was last week convicted
in tbe federal court at Charlotte of being
one of the workers In the notorious
Amos Owen Cherry -Tree Company
, Victor H Boyden, referee In bank
ruptcy, went to Tarboro today to heat
a case In bankruptcy against". Floyd
Dawson, who is In Jail there charged
with swindling and was captured in
McDufflc's Turpentine fc Mutton Suet
Lung Plaster Is a certain cure for whoop
ing cough, easy and comfortable, works
while fon sleep. 35. cents at F.8. Duf
fy's. M J 1 OW" ; .
i ? Supreme Court Opinions.
Special to JranaLl J O II I
Raleigh, June 10. Supreme Court
today filed the following opinions. .
Jackson vs Corporation Commission,
from Wake, no error. ;
Hark wood Log Co. vs Coflin, from
Swain, petition to rehear, allowed.
Uurtis ts Railroad ' front Burke, new
trial. ,.; . : . -V,.
Johnson vs Machine Works, from
Mecklenburg, error.! ..f-.u' 5 f?, v
Sparkman vs Tel. Co. from Durham,
State, Vs New, from Sampson, new
trial. ., Awv
Jones vs Commissioners of Franklin,
no error. , ' k;.,) ,;;:;
The Supreme Court adjourned sine die
at noon, the next term begins the 4th
Monday In August. About a dozen cases
go over among them the notable liberal
and damage case, Oattls vs Kilgo. ' -
The most important opinion filed to
day Is that In the case of Jackson vs the
Corporation Commission. Jachson, who
Is sheriff of Washington county, sues
the commission to force It to tax the
franchise' of railways last year. The
commission contented that this could
not be done until 1903, .The Superior
Court decided that the commission was
right and tbe Bupreme Court affirms
tola. J.fk V - -
In, Spain the courtghlp .begins jwttS
gjfts fit flowers, and the wedding ends
vrtCMhower of blossoms on the couv
plerjrhb.paaB Into a floral bower on the
roof'ofulie new, home. The. uitq,-be
glnshla - courtBhlp by asking fat
gourd )f .water at the flotne .where, .the
obJect!of his affections Uvea," K' this
request la granted, he may persist n
his .attentions, ut if It la denied .the
matter 'ends there. .'Later? the? ntan
calls again, accompanied by. musicians
and torchbearers, and .while the. man
dolin players strum their Instruments
the lover's companion makes hi 'ad
vances. Any tkue during the courtship
the suitor may be rejected by the gift
of. si pumpkin. J Three time. he must
make formalssuit for a ,wlf e, aa hk re
quest cannot be granted at ' first I But
if her father refuses the third tima he
may consult a magistrate, who de
mands that the daughter be produced
or that her father give hla consent to
the marriage, provided he hi atrhonoP'
able mam He can then catty; off his
bride. But this emergency does not of
ten arise. Woman's Home Companion.
Thousands suffer and hundreds tile
every year In this country from some
form of Bowel Complaint. The best
r To3y for these diseases la t'."Jren'or
a.', "sis Dr. E:
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. REWARD FOR LYNCHERS.
Fair Haadrcd DoOars For Arrest and
Convktloa of GllksplesV
. ' Lyachera.
Special to Journal '
Raliiqh, June 18. Governor Ayoock
off ei i $400. reward for the arrest and
conviction of each of the persons who
lynched the. Gillespie youths, the ne
groes, at Salisbury, a week ago,
The' solicitor of that district has spot
ted several of the lynchers, and hence
the reward causes quite a sensation.
Under the law, the trial of the lynch
ers must be held in another county.
To Democratic State Convention and
Eighth District Senatorial '
By virtue of the authority conferred
upon me by the Democratic Convention
of Craven. County held in New Bern,
North Carolina, on the 84th day of May
1908, 1 do hereby appoint the following
named persons delegates to the Demo
cratic Btate Convention to be held at
Greensboro on the 16th day of July
1903, and to the Eighth Senatorial Dem
ocratic District Convention to be here
after called by the Chairman of the Sen
torial Committee of said District.
W. B. LANE,
Delegates to the State Convention.
James A Bryan, C E Foy, J J Baxter,
W E Brown, A D Ward, J Alex Mead
ows, M D W Stevenson, Enoch Wads-
worth, L.J Moore, E H Meadows, Mark
DIsosway, Dr N H Street, E R Jones, G
Y Richardson, W B Pierce, J W Lane,
A E Wadsworth, L O Daniels, D L Rob
erts, R A Nunn, E T Gasklll, J M Har
gett, E W Watson, Dr F W Hughes, Dr
Chas Duffy, Dr R 8 Prlmrsse, Col. J D
Whitford, Dr. Root Jones, T W Dewey,
T G Hyman, Jas W BIddle, E W Small-
wood, R O Godley, W E McKay, D L
Ward, J W Wood, Jas W Moore, Geo N
Ives, John Suter, Jr., N Tisdale, Wm
Dunn, T A Green, M Manly, G N En
nett, A E Hibbard, O Marks, E W
Rosenthal, J E Latham, 17 P Burrus, W
H Scott, G T Richardson, C D Bradham,
WF Crockett, Dan'l. Lane, CB Foy,
J W Duguid, L H Cutler, 8 W , Small-
wood, O K Hancock, J A Jones, Joel
Klnsey, W O White, Asa L Bynum, B A
Newland, J W Taylor, W A Mcintosh,
P A Willis, Jas B Duffy, F S Duffy, W
B Planner; J 8 Morton, E M Green, L F
McCohn, J W Latham, G B Latham, E
S Street, L J Taylor, F R Hyman,' W H
Bray, Jos F Rhetn, O P Bartling, Dr
Frank Duffy, R A Richardson, Wm
Watson,' J D McCoy, Dr Geo Slover, R
H Russell, D S Jones, ML Jacobs,
Hardy B Lane, Henry B Lane, S W Wil
lis, JO Thomas, Sr., H R Bryan, Jr
Jas Redmond, J H Hunter, Joshua' Ad
ams, Harris Lane, B W Ives, PL Vin
cent, J C McGowan, Chas R Thomas,
O W Munger, J W Smallwood,
T W Waters, G H Waters, E B Hack
burn, W O Wlllett, J J Tolson, Wm El
lis, E K Bryan,' Wm M Bryan, G H
Roberts, 8 G Roberts, Walter - Duffy,
Geo A Oliver, H C Lumsden, Ralph
Gray, T F McCarthy, O T Watson Helen
Huff, B S GuIon,'J R B Carraway, J P
Rodman, T Burke, WP Metts, ' J R
Parker Jr, G A Nichols, Jos H Green, S
R Ball, P H Pellitlerr W BLane, J J
Woirenden, WS Phillips, BB Daven
port, S B Parker, F Ulrich, M D Lane,
Dr N H Carr, J W Lane, W R Sanls,
Sam Dall, L S Harper, Beth.: West, J E
Kornegay, Dan Richardson, Q K West,
Wm Tyndal, R G Robinson, J S Robin
son, T B Ipock, Ed Avery, L F Taylor,
W M Prescott, EZR Davis, B B Malll-
son, Jas Corawan, B H Whitford, Bryan
Willis, Nat Lancaster, Geo Wilson, Jesse
Aldrldge, H B Griffin,' A J Gatlin, C J
Heath, Zeb Gasklng, D P Whitford, W
D Whitford, W H Price, Alfred Qaakins
Joslah Tingle, O E Purifoy W Latham
Sam'l Howard, W O Brewer, B G Credle
O H Wetberlngton, N B Ipock, T D
Carraway, E E Perry, ; W J McSorley,
Jos Dudley, Wm Cleve, Geo O Gasklns,
Geo W Hill, Gaston Wetheringtoo, L E
Dudley, I R Whitford, Bt Clair Lancas
ter, Noah Gasklns, Council- Ipock, J W
Whitford, J M Willis, Cicero Gasklns,
Joa Hartley, Wallace Whltehurst, Brice
Gaskihs, Wm , Lovenier, S L Dili Sr,
Thos E Marshall, John H Neal.T W
Avery, Cicero Duncan, C L Stevens
H C Whltehurst, Albert Bangert, D R
Davis, John B Watson W FRountree,
Ed Gerock, M L Hollo well, F M Chad.
wick, Edgar Bryan, Chas McSorley, T J
Mitchell, S R Street, E E Bishop, John
Dunn, M M Marks, Wm. Dunn, ', L A
Smith, T E Haywood, J D Pittman, Ed
Clark, John C Green, J A Psrts, Ferdi
nand, Ulrich F G Mitchell, E W Watson,
Delegates to the Eighth Senatorial
Democratic District Convention.
L J Moore, J A Meadows, R A Nunn,
0 E Foy, 3 J Baxter, J A 'Bryan, Geo
Slovef,' 8 W Smallwood, D L Ward,
Mark Dlroiway, H R Bryan, Jr., E T
Gasklll, Edgar Bryan, D L Roberts, John
M Hargett, J F Godloy, Wm Cleve, Jos
Dudley, Geo Latham, T E Haywood,' M
D W Stevenson, Danl Lane, J C Green,
Dr Ray Pollook, D P Whitford, , W E
Brown, Wallace Whltehurst, Alfred Gas
Kilns, W M Tyndal, G K West, , E H
Meadows, H T White, Sam Robinson, M
D Lane, Dr M O H Carr, W B Pearce,
TCT" " -"t r.""-h, S Z R
' - ' -', J s H Kan-
Revenue Officers Raid an Illicit Dis
The 88th Anaial Session ef State
Dental Society. Report In
the Horace Haywood Pols
ealag Case. Aanaal
Meeting ef Wem
Raliigb, June 19. The 88lh annual
session of the North Carolina Dental
Society began this morning, Dr. J. 8.
Spurgeon of Hillsboro presiding. Gov
ernor - Ayoock delivered the address of
welcome. The society has 110 members,
of whom 75 are present.
Revenue officers made a raid last night
In Franklin county and captured two Il
The penitentiary is this year, for the
first time In 80 years, making no brick.
The brick making never paid well, but
was the best means, it was thought, of
utilizing the labor of certain con
victs. Two weeks ago Horace Haywood, col
ored, and his family, at Garner, this
county, were poisoned. He died,' but
the others have recovered. His stomach
was sent to Chapel Hill and Its contents
analyzed. Today the report on It waa
made to the county. It is that death
was due to Paris green and ground
glass. The analysts cost the county
$100. There Is at least one suspect. Ar
rests may be made in a day or two.
Most of the talk Is about Gov. Ay
cock's proclamation of reward, $100 for
each of the Salisbury lynchers. A state
ment Is made that one of the negro boys
lynched was only 11 years old and had
no hand iu the murder of the young
white woman. A letter from Salisbury
said toughs, concealed in rear lots, were
the people who did the lynching, but it
is also said that this statement was made
to conceal the fact that some prominent
citizens took part In the lynching. Gov.
Ayoock saw Solicitor Hamman Tuesday
The latter is actively collecting Informa
tion. One man was heard to say here
that he believed any person or persons
who betrayed the lynchers would be
murdered. The majority of the better
people deplore the lynching, yet it is
sanctioned by some people. The unthlnk
ing portion of the population opposes
the offer of a reward. It was at first sjald
there weie about 50 of the lynchers.
The State charters the Martin Furni
ture .Co. fit Hickory, capital $50,000,
Thomas J. Martin being the principal
The 24th annual session of the Wo
men's Foreign Mission Society for North
Carolina began here today In Edenton
street i. unurcn. mrs. ii a cunning
ham of Greensboro presiding. Mrs. F. D
Swindell and Miss Blanche Fentress are
Honors to New Bernlan.
Special to Jaurnal.
Raleigh, .June 18. Matt Manly of
New Bern has been commlsioned Assist
ant Inspector Gerneral of the State
Guaid, with the rank of Major, to fill a
vacancy. ; v
Outlook For Crops. - A Large Stock
June 19. The crops are looking well
considering the dry weather, corn and
cotton excellent, tobacco Is badly cut off
by dry weather, potatoes are turning out
well and selling well, most everyone ts
satisfied with their sales; grain is not
near what it should be, it was too dry to
head much. Fruit will be scarce this
season on account of dry weather. Crops
as a general thing are clean and In pret
ty good order.
Mr. K B Stewart has bought the place
where his factory was built;, he ; first
leased it from Capt. L T Oglesby. - The
Captain gave it to his son David and he
sold It The place Is near Wlldwood on
Bogue sound. !
Mr. D B Oglesby of Nowark, N. 'J.,
will move to this place scon and start a
stock farm. He' has a fine lot of land
for this purpose. 1 '
Mr AUIe Murdock spent Sunday '. with
his family, he is , employed on a tram
road near Klnston. , - ;
Capt. A O Cook, of New Bern, spent
Sunday at Wlldwood. .
Mr G W Ward of Swansboro spent a
few days with friends here last week.
Rev J W Wheeler filled his regular
appointment at the Methodist Church
Sunday. He preached a fine sermoa.
' Mr W T Pelletler spent Friday and
Saturday at Morehead City taking1 tax
Did you ever have a case' of "Spring
Fever" t When It was the hardest Work
la the world to do anything at all f That
was because your system's machinery
was out of order and required overhaul
ing. BRADHAM'S LAXATIVE CHILL
TONIC Is the beat Kind of a system
cleanser and gi wal tonic. It enriches
the blood and stimulates the liver to
greater activity, removing sallowness,
pimples, malarial poisons and building
up the health generally, Just the thing
for "poorly" children. A t rra;!hatn's
THE NEW WOMAN.
Idas Alloa Cohn, writes from 474
Eleventh Street, Brooklyn, N. Y, aa
follows i ,
"liMrlrtg had poor health tor t pvmi
aoaay mouth mod bow having It r
ttored make bm teel very grateful to
Ptrvaa. laaflered a great deal daring
my monthly period, hadiercre palna,
and was generally depreaaed, but can
truthtally $ay that a few bottlea of Po
ruoa baa removed all pain and made a
new woman ot me.MISS ALICE
com. - -
The eoming of what is known as the
"new woman" in our country Is not
greeted by everyone as If she were a
great blessing. But there is another
new woman whom everybody is glad to
aee. Every day some Invalid woman la
exclaiming, " I have been made a new
woman by Dr. Hartman's home treat
ment" It is only necessary to send
name, address, symptoms, duration of
sickness and treatment already received
to Dr. Hartman, Columbus, O., and direc
tions for one month's treatment will be
promptly forwarded. The medicines
ean.be obtained at the nearest drug
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Pernna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Ttoe gratis. , ; I
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
Tbe Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
The following quotations were receiv
ed by J. E. Latham & Co, Now Bern
Chicago, June 19.
WnKAT: Open. High. Low. Close
July 72J 72 72 73
Sept... .... 71 72 71 72t
Cobn: Open. High. Low. Close
July 05 65 001 60 j
Open. High, Low. Close
. 1047 ,10021 1047 1002,
.. 1037 1030 1037 1050
Nxw York, June 19.
Open. High. Low. Close
..,. 8.52 8.00 8.49 ! 8.58
....8.22 8.28 8.18 8.28
.. .. 7.97 8.01 7.93 8.01
.... 7.80 7.91 7.84 i 191
New Tork, June 19.
Stocks; Open. High. Low. Close
Sugar........... 126t 126 126 136
SoRy 37 87f 86i 861
N. Y.C 150,
U.S. 8.. 38 . 38 37i 87,
C. &0.- 46 ; 40t
Mo. P. .."., 108 108, 106i;l07l
Atchison ....... 82, 83. 81 i 82,
Va.CC 70, 091 "691
Am Ice.. ,16 171 141 ! 18J
Spots 4.f. Sales 14,000 bales.
Futures, June-July 4.47. Aug-Sept.
4.40. Sept-Oct 4.80.
. ;. " 8ame week
This weec, ;
Mon. 3000 '
. Advices to J. E. Latham' & Co., yester
New York, June 19..
The greater part of the stock ot ribs
being In few hands, short sellers find It
very difficult to cover. 41 .
...-. Geo. W. Stonb.
New, York, June 19. .
. Inclined to think markot should Im
prove still further. 4 , ,
, , Robt. Moona
Hit It. : ;
An Iowa man being examined lb
Washington to determine his fitness
for a consulship waa asked, "IIow
many Hessians Old George III. hire to
come to this country to fight the Amer
icans during the Revolution?" Ho
thought (or a longtime. Then he said.
"I don't know, but It ,was a darn sight
more than went back." ,
! ' The Best Prescription tor Kalarta.
CLIlli and Fever ts a bottlo of Grove'
Tabtelf.;s Chill Tonio. It Is simply
lroa aad q ' a la 'a tf-'.J bs form. ITo
Na Bob Pancake Flour. ' i ." '',,V ,
Carolina Rice Flakes. ' " .
Oatflakes both loose and in packagea. ' s v , " ,
Preserved Ginger 25c per pot
Hienz's Apple Batter and Sweet Mixed Pickles.
Royal Scarlet Salmon, the finest packed,' only '25c can;
other brand 15c and 20c can. ' ' a ' '
Imported Ginger Ale, on ice, 10c or 3 for 250. r
Portsmouth Corned, Mullets. , ,
. . Big Hams to jCuL
Fox River Print Butter. ' ; ,. . m .'
aiicy Syrup and molasses. vt ': yti h
Pure Apple Vinegar and Spices of all kinds. , . , .
Jf II Rl If f Hf . WhoIaI3
I M nl I A N 1 1- I Detail
Jm W Ml Ml Wkill
; Just Becelved
and Shells to Go With Them.
Also Fancy Salmon and Lobsters. ... . .
Don't fail to see us when in need of anything in the Fancy
Grocery Line, we guarantee quality and prices with any gro
cery house in the city. , , . ... , ...
If you want Good lonr Try Our Fancy Patent there is
nothing better ground from wheat. .
We have some Good Tea at 40c, 50c, 60c and 80c lb. , .,.
Thanking you for past favors and trusting to continue to
serve you, I am . t , ,.( .
J. TZ. F.aJEwlSSB, Jr. S
Wholesale and Retail Orocer,
PHONE C9, , Cor. ISroad Sc Hancock Sut.' - 5
at this season aiid
Trunk, Suit Case or Hand Bag
1 ior their itrip, . , ; f ,
WE HAVE THEM ::
of Every Description,
Notice Window Display.
Plenty of It and
All the Best. :
Here's a stock, tnftt is fill-
fed with the most reliable
staples. From Flour and.
Sugar to the finer things we '
a. carry plenty for your seleo
V tion. You'll cre.t what vou
need without fear 6f paying "
too much, and with no doubt i
of the Value for your cash.
FOR NEXT WEEKS
we wiu sen a uuuu Autuicu
V Dnffeent llfflh.
Broad St. Grocer.
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SMMJ ' ' : ' - i. sC
71 Btad U ;",
a Fresh Xot
f3verybody needs'a :
, Inspect our stock, or
i-, : is! .
89 Middle Street.
Phone t37 t
!- tjt y nr ' tin
- 1 : ' , 810 KprUUTwnt Street, ,
. ' The place to buy your Cemetery
Work at BOTTOM nilCES. In
Foreign and Domestic Granite and
i Marble. ' Lettering and Finish the
S. Best. . Send for latest dCo'ns. AU
I work deliyered.
-f H Branch yard, Cell l-oro,ir. G.
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