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HI IIU, CRAY IK COUITT, V. C, HI DAT, JUKI 27, 1902.-SIC0XD SICTI05.
i 1 1
, ,J -'MS!
England s King Rap
Coronation Ceremonies Abandoned.
Almost Panic In fintland. 7
r -Catlnet Snmmonea. ;
Bpeclal to Jpurnal. f -
Lohdoh, Jan 24. King Edward, lb
Seventh ti dying, the operation will per
formed at noon, the King linking rapid
ly afterwardt. . ; ,.
The attack of the King is perlplytls,
which is aa Inflammation of to linnet
of the abdomen. t v. .-0 .,, ,
The operation, while eitremely diffi
cult, wat uoceufnlly performed.
All ceremonlei attending the corona
tion hare been abandoned
The newi regarding the operation and
King Edward'a condition hat created al
most a panic In England. w
The Cabinet hat been hastily sum
moned for nsuhatIon.!t IfJ . '
King Edward's Condition Pre-
-'t -v k f: p
No Material Changes For Impreve
t meal, Regent to be Appoint- 7
., ed Next Monday. Pnbllc
11 9' ; Matters Demand Offl- ? :;
rial Atteatloa.' ;
Special to Journal. ,t ,y , ; C
London, June 2ft. King 'Edward, as
per the afternoon reports, wat resting,
, barelg jsonsclousand baa, heen told to
prepare for the worst.
It Is thought a second operation will
At 8 p. m. the King's condition . was
not materially changed, although there
were tlgnt of Improvement He was
free from pain and hit strength wat
It la the talk In official circlet, that the
Prince of Wales will be appointed Re
gent, next Monday. 'V-V'
; Much official matter demands atten
tion, which will likely hasten the ap
polntment of a Regent v.
KING EDWARD IMPROVES, i
The King Able to Greet His' Family.
Crisis Hot Tet Passed. Complica
tions Feared. QnletCeie- - ..
Special to Journal. i 'J t
London, June 20. The early bulle
tins today gare encouraging reports of
the King's condition. 1 - -'
Bit pulse and temperature were nor
mal, and be had patted a better night,
with tome refreshing tleep. ' ;
The IKIng't constitutional condition
and bit wound wert la lallsfaetory con-
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Later ' In the day, the King wat able
to receive memben of the Royal Family,
-and to have telegrams opened before
But with these ; favorable Improve-
nents, the crisis has not patted and com
- London had a subdued kind of cele
Peaches are ripening and Mr Lane
says lbey have a flue flavor thlf year.
Miss Myrtle CI lis Is spending this
, week with friends here. ?
Prof. Benson Lane, of the Tarboro
' 'rt - a j n-i il. I - : L -.1.1. ..
- Messrs nr ujouesnu ireiwr uiuver
visited New Bera .Wednesday.
Mr L F Taylor spent Monday In Beau-
fort enjoying the sea breeze.
Messn John Charlton and Gordon
Avery, two popular young men of New
Bern were among the Sunday visitors
here. '". "; : :.'
The death of Mrs Elisha Heath occur
red at her home near here last Friday.
-8he leaves a husband an Infant and a
host of friends to mourn her untimely
Death stole a bright Jewel when it
took f rpm Mr John Bradhurst and wife
their little 10 month old babe last Friday
Our sympMhy Is with the family. ,
V - '. ' HiNON. "
: . ? v;v ' -y is f
BACK FROM, TEE PHILLIP CTES.
Stephea Kartt Metarns Pram a t Teari
; Campalga la the Far Off
Stephea Hartt who hat had a three
yean campaign la ' tat PhiUlptsst ar
rirad at his home her Monday aad ap
peal wall and hearty. Ha left the Is
lands la March and arrived la Baa Fran
cisco about a asonta later. Mr. Hum
tellthla experlenoet In aa interesting
ataaaer aad whenever he appears on the
street ho talkt to erowda of hit friends
who enjoy hU account! hugely. -
Ha waa a member of Co. K, 8d Infan
try, aad while he taw plenty of desul
tory aad amboah lighting he had bat few
engagements hi active battle. The Fili
pino, he tars, are liks Indians, fighting
from behind treat or rocks; rarely ever
la the opea field. They are armed with
Manser riflea Which are said to be the
beat gna made they are poor marks
men or there, would be mora American
soldiers dead' in the Islaada than there
are today. They are like Indian war-'
riora in another respect, they are treach
erous and attar strangers to the ethic I
aaa principles-of warfare; hence the
difficulty the American soldiers hart
had la meeting the enemy la the opea
field. , ' i. . - '- -t .
The Filipinos being a mixture of sev
eral races, partake of the natural charao-
terittlca of each nationality of which
their blood la a part They are a com
posite photograph of the aatlve savage,
Japanese, Chinese aad Spanish. The
natives of the Interior is .savage aad
cannibal, bat they are controlled largely
by the more civilized Filipinos, but none
are honorable in their military or politi
cal transactions. '.
Their manner of living Is extremely
simple and something that the Euro
peans and Americans cannot understand
The natives will eat any kind of animal,
and not make any particular fuss as to
how it met its death. If the animal died
a natural death of a lingering nature it
was Just as acceptable to them as if the
animal waa killed and a rat or kangaroo
Is Just aa delicious to them as a Juicy
sirloin or porter house stake is to the
average American palate. Vegetables
and grain however, are their principle
diet, rice being a prime favorite. They
have a drink . which is made from the
Juice of f raits and grains, and after has
the effect that absinthe has a peculiar
dulling influence on the senses.
He thinks that the better class of Flit-'
pinos are friendly to the United States
but there are many under the influence
at leaden 9 who ' incite rebellion.; The
Filipinos In their most favorable aspect
an an undesirable people to have any
The other New Bern boys who have
been in the Phllllplnet will be at home
soon a It Is understood that they have
left the Islands.
The Rev. Willard Martin Rice, Stated
clerk ot the presbytery of Philadelphia
and one of the oldest Presbyterian min
isters otthat city, baa Just celebrated
his eighty-fifth birthday anniversary.
The Rev. Joseph Lofthouse of Tork,
la the unorganised district of Keewa
tln, Canada, has been elected bishop of
the Anglican diocese of Keewaan,
which baa aa area of 750,000 square
miles. ; S X: .m-v. . ;. w
. -Canon Knos-XJttle of Worcester,
England, has been re-elected chairman
of the Worcester Rifle club. Among the
vice presidents elected are the deaa
and , three: canons of the Worcester
Upon - yoa rests the responsibility of
getting your full allotment ot brightness
from your vacation. A vacation without
a Kodak' it a vacation watted. Kodaks
there's none but Eastman's cost from
tl. to $15. every one good, add this to
cost of films makes a total of from $8. to
$17. which will be repaid by the alee
pictures brought home as reminders of a
pleasant outing. Come la and let as
show these Kodaks any child can take
pictures with. them. See oar windows
this week. ,; : k?,' '.'
; . : IBSADHAM'S PHiBMiCT,
; Agent for Eastman's Kodaks
Darkened nests will do mocl
vent the egg sating habit
After dressing dip the fowls la not
and then cold water to make them
The scraps from the table soaked la
sweet milk until soft make a good feed
for young turkeys, especially during
Dry picked poultry sells for a little
more per pound than that which has
been scalded on account ot Its superior
flavor and more attractive appearance.
- Short legged fowls fatten - quickly.
Long legs are hard to fatten. Those
which are first hatched fatten quickly
in a brood. It Is a aafS rule to sell as
soon as the fowl Is la good marketable
condition, .r, v ' '
I'A'X either fresh or sr n t attermllk
or EUmmllk, mixed wiUt UaA or la
try cKr form, is excellent ' for all
kind of fowls. In rany cases It will
pay better to give the waste mUx te
fowls rather tnan to the hogs.
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Report of Itcfro Knrder in Wake
? ., Connty.
lalas Ended Dreaght Farm Laber-
era Searee. . Oaly S8 Convicts
la Us PsaltenUsry. StaU
, ' Library Is Being ' ,
' " ' Repaired. '
Rauttaa, June 25. The atteadsaos
at the annual meeting of the
State liquor dealers' atsoclatloa, la ses
aioa here, is very smaU. Last evealng
the "board ot control," or executive
committee wss ia session. The general
pubUo expected that then , would be a
large attendance. . . -,, ,
All this State's exhibits at the Charles
ton txpositloa are back In the museum
aad part are being unpacked. .There
will be a very extensive rearrangement
of the exhibits aad of coarse aa enlarge
ment Then are a large number of aew
es. Agricultural products will be
admirably and most effectively shown.
The fine rains yesterday and last night
have entirely ended the drought ia this
State. They came at the very beat time.
Crops an clean sad wen ready for
the greatest benefit The crop report
for the 8tate Issued yesterday, was the
most satisfactory la several weeks, and
that next Tuesday will no doubt be even
mora gntlfytng. ' '
Nsws reached the sheriff today of a
possible homicide In this county near
Neuse, when a large force of negroes
are building a branch line from the Sea
board Air-Line; to a cotton mllL A negro
named Kirby was shot In the back of the
head by another named Moon. The latter
asserts that the ahootlng was accidental,
but contrary statements are made. A
deputy sheriff wat sent to srrest Moon.
Many sportsmen arrived hen today to
take part In the inter-state shoot at clay
pigeons...,.-.., , r,
The State library It being nutted and
Is closed for several daya.
Then an bow only 68 convicts in the
penitentiary proper, all the othen being
at work outside. Never before was then
such a demand for convict labor.. -
Farmers la this section say labor, by
which they mean negro labor, Is very
scarce and that It , is daily growing
scarcer. Negro farm laborers an leaving
for the North without the least notice.
Had it been a wet year , the crops would
have been largely over run with grass,
but tt is such adry season . that 'y lit
tle labor breqa1red to keep them clean.
Then an fewer registered whiskey
distilleries In operation now In both the
districts in this Etate than ia the past
four yean. The high price of corn Is
the chief caused and the next is the fact
that the nveaue . officers have, watched
those distilleries with unusual closeness
A great many of this class of distilleries
admit frauds, aad when the an to
cornered that they cannot convict them
they shut down.' It is said by revenue
officers that there Is not a registered dis
tillery which had not defrauded the
government It la merely a question
of being able to detect the fraud., ,'y
J. -i V' A Clare TfcteC
This la how the presence Of mind and
audacity of a Chicago thief saved blm
from being locked up: A policeman
who recognised him and knew he was
"wanted" put him under arrest, with
the words. "You an wanted at head
quarters." ' "Yea, I know," replied the
thief quickly. "I was arrested last
night and was balled out this morning.
.Yon are too slow." "It does took that
way,! ssid the crestfallen policeman
aa be told the thief he could go,
wucn permission the tniet net no
ttme In availing himself. Later, to his
chagrin, the policeman found that the
thief bad not been previously arrested.
June 20,-Mr and Mn AM Williams,
Dr B J Smith and Mr J A Parser left to
day for Greenville to attend a Maaonle
meeting.,v;': --h . j
Miss Sadie Brown returned home list
week from Baltimore where she lias been
attending college., iCv.-- T-;
Miss Cora Dlnklns left Monday to
visit la Maryland and from there the
will go to New York. , , , ;
Dr L 0 Covington and Mr S J Lane
went to New Bern yesterday.
- Mr J B Harvey spent , Wednesday In
New Bera. ijthj::;:c,.
Mr J L Parrott and Miss Fannie Cher
ry of KInston, are visiting In . Vance-
bOrO. .vi ",.,W j-Vir? a . . .
Mr J W Timberlake, representing the
Fidelity Insurance Co., spent today in
Our Children's Day exercises will be
observed Sunday night, June 29.
Miss Parkentoa who has been on
visit to her titter Mrs J F Edwards, re
turned to her home at Greenville, Sun
day. ' V ' .;f;
Miss Helen Smith spent Saturday and
8andsy tn Batters.'. ;-
Miss Emily Cleve spent last week visit
lng at Cool Springs, N.C : 1
Mr T L Smith left Monday for Kins-
ton, and nturned Tuesday night
Misses Mamie Adams and Lola Wll
llama spsnt Saturday aad Sunday at
Doll, visiting Misses Etta and Nora
Lancaster. - 4 .-.;" --J
Thousands suffer and hundreds die
every year in this country from some
form of Bowel Complaint , The best
remedy for these diseases in children or
sJuIis Is Dr. AOLD'S BAL-
7 T. Y.rrnti1 tn trtxt HafuitInn bv
The Railroad Bond ' Issue Hot Pops
Jar. June 26. We have had several good
rains la the past week. Which have done
the crops much good, people era most
through hilling eora and teem to be up
with thdr work la general this season.
Some ot oar farmers report cotton
blossoms the 10th past, quite early for
thta sectloa. '
Then are severs! of oar people antici
pating a nice water melon this Inst,
melons sn good through this section
this year, bat then it a small crop Is
acnage. : ! ..
We an much pleased at the yield of
Irish potatoes this season and at the
good prices at which they sold. -.
Miss Ida Wayne aas Just returned
from visiting friends at Chooowlnlty. '
A goodly number -Of ear- people at
tended the children's day at Galilee Sun
Miss Myrtle Dickerson, ofReelsboro,
has been visiting friends In Olympia for
the past week.
The railroad question Is the general
topto of the day now, but we find but
few that favor it under the present out
look, we people would like a railroad
through the county but we don't want
to have our county bonded for fifty
thousand dollars and then be at least
two yean before we could have a ride
on the road,we would have too much tax
for little pay, besides It would be a tak
that would be on us -for yean to come,
and many would never tees free day
any more for railr )sd tax, It seems to me
that Pamlico county hat had experience
enough with railroad debts to keep her
fingers out of the fire now, at she hat
never had profit enough out of what she
hat paid to haul a barrel of potatoes
around the world twice.
Now It the Company only asks fifty
thousand dollars stock of Pamlico.
There are plenty of men that will take
Individual stock to consume the amount
asked. Now why not let the men who
want a railroad take the bonds and not
bond other people who do not want a
railroad. Some mon are foolish enough
to talk as If the railroad will haul money
In the County and pour It out at every
station. Now they don't stop to think
that they haven't a son or daughter
that can take the responsibilities of a
railroad office to get one cent of the
money, ' ' Now I hope the people who
vote for or against the road, will not
have treated the matter wtth '. light
thought, and 1 trust they will do their
own thinking and not let some capital
ist think for them.
Be ye wise older heads and don't
bring your sons under s bond that will
wear out two or three generations to
come, let your remaining days be free
from a railroad debt and let your tons
be free too, and repeat, let those who
want a railroad, bear Its burden, and not
burden the liberty loving people of Pam
lico county, with a few men't wants.
I trust aa you go to your voting boxes
the 28th, you will cast your votes to
keep the County of' Pamlico free from
the bond. .. ..; ...
Cooke and Daniels Nominated.!
Special to Journal,
Rocky Mount, N. C. June 26 Charles
M. Cooke was nominated for Judge here
today by one vote, Over Jacob Battle, 0.
C. Daniels wat nominated for solicitor,
defeating Harry Stobbs.
Dedication of the Christian Church. Sud
June 25. Mrs, D 6- Geddle and child
ren have gone up In Duplin and Samp
ton counties to mike extended visits.
Your correspondent bad the pleasure
of taking a day off In the country with
our preacher this week. The crops wen
looking line, and the rain last night will
make them look better. Glad to see the
rain as It did every thing good.
: The Christian Church will be dedicat
ed the second Sunday In July, by Rev.
W. G. Johnson,' of Klntton. ,
Mr, and Mrs. B. E. Windley returned
from Swansboro last week where they
had been visiting. J '
' Mr. A. H. Cable, of the firmW. M.
Cable and Son, our photographers, went
to Swansboro last week to do some
work. - '
There was a Sunday School picnic at
Maple Grove church last Saturday.
There was a nice crowd, fine dinner and
cool drinks were plentiful. All enjoyed
it splendidly. - i : ? j v
We sre sorry to publish the death of
Mr Isaac Brock,' an old and wealthy
citizen of Jones county, which occurred
Monday night It wat about time to re
tire and he told hit wife he would go out
on the pisxza to cool, he went out, took
a teat and fell to the floor dead. Sup
posed to be heart trouble. How very
lonely it is without him, yet how un
speakably sad it would be to him if he
was back again Into the sorrows of this
world. Msy the Lord, who never makes
a mistake bind up broken hearts, and
msy the comforting spirit be with the
bereaved ones until they meet "where
parting Is unknown. : : ; u
Zlon Masonic Lodge met at Its Hall
la Trenton June 21. The following offi
cers for the ensuing year Were Installed
by Past Master, Dr J C Mattocks: W H
Hammond, W M; DC Mallard, 8 W; J D
Heath, J W; W C Klnsey, Treas.. T W
Foscue, Seo'y.' Plcoi.
38 Members of Congress Send Letters of
To the Inventor of the Great Catarrh
fnnwil 0 Ami f Alabama,
Write: "I have now need on bottle
of Peraae aad am a well man today."
A. T. Qoodwyn, Roblnaon Springs, Ala.
17. B. Samator Iwk fra Xarth Dakata.
W. V.. Roach, Larimore, N. D, says:
" I have used Parana aa a tonic. It haa
greatly helped me la strength, vigor and
appetite." W. XT. Roach.
Coaf i awa XJaaay from Karth Carolina.
Writes! "My secretary had aa bade
ease of catarrh aa I ever saw, and since
he has taken one bottle of Peruna he
teems like a different man." Romulus
Z. Llnaey, Tsylorsville, N. C.
fltiM,atl OfOam tram Ialalana, .
Writes i "I can eonaclentiously reoom
aiend your Frun." -H. W. Ogden,
Beaton, La V y -, ?
ONinu lulk nwi DlMi,
Writes from Murphysboroy TJl.r I bare
taken one bottle of Peruna tor my ca
tarrh and Z feel very much benefited."
Geo. W. Smith.
. Cwpwn Keekiaoa from Ohio, '
Says: "I hare used several bottles of
Peruna and feel greatly benefited there
by from my catarrh of the head."
David Meekison, Napoleon, O.
Concreaunaa Crowloy from Illinois,
Writes from Robinson, 111.: "Mrs.
Crowley haa taken a number of bottles
of Peruna on account of nervous troubles.
It has proven a strong tonio and lasting
cure." Jos. B. Crowley.
Congrasamaa Thompson of Kentucky,
Writes "Besides being one of the very
best tonics Peruna is a good, substantial
catarrh remedy." Phil. B. Thompson.
ConcTommaa Howard from Alabama,
Writes from Port Payne, Ala. i "I hare
taken Peruna for la grippe, and I take
pleasure in recommending Peruna as an
excellent remedy." M. W. Howard.
Gong-reMman Camming from Ifow Tork,
Writes: "Peruna is good for catarrh,
I have tried it and know It" Amos W.
Cummlngs, New York City.
Senator Thnnton of Nebraska.
Writes from Omaha, Neb.: "Peruna
entirely relieved me of a very irritating
cough." J. M. Thurston.
Congressman IVorthington from Nerada,
Writes: "I have taken one bottle of
Peruna and it has benefited me im
mensely." H. Q. Worthing ton. v .
Congressman Bankhead from Alabama,
Writes : "Tour Peruna is one of the best
medicines I ever tried." J. H. Bank
head, layette, Ala.
Cong-reuman Voiron from Vermont,
Writes from Morrisville, Vt.: "I can
recommend Peruna as an excellent
family remedy ."H. Henry Powers.
Senator Bnnivaa from KlMlsslppl, '
Writes from Oxford, Hiss.: "I take
pleasure In recommending your great
national catarrh cure, Peruna, as the best
I have ever tried." W. V. Sullivan.
Old Negra Reheaded by Train of
Large Sale of Regimental Histories.
Accident to White Man. Farm- :
era Oil Company Char- "'" ;
tared. The Pea
: ..- Farm. . t
Balkigh, June 26 Oscar Jenkins, a
well known old negro carpenter was be
headed by a train this morning between
this city and the penitentiary. He was
working on the Seaboard Air Line track
and seeing a train coming stepped on
the track ot the Southern, there parallel
A Raleigh and Cape Fear train Instantly
struck him. His head wat cut off clean
and bit body so , mangled that the re
mains had to be taken home in a bas
ket. During the months of May and June
1,000 copies of the "Regimental Histo
ries,' published by the State, have been
Vice-president A. B. Andrews of the
Southern railway continues to Improve.
He Is yet at Atlantic City and may re
turn here In July.. A relative of his
tayt he It taking exercise and that yes
terday he walked two mllee.
The Btate charters the Farmers Oil
Company, of Nashville, capital $100,000,
R. N. Brooks and Others stockhold
ers. ;- ; ' .- ' .::
This morning a white carpenter, N. B
Strickland, fell off the porch of a house
here, and , fractured hit skull, which
struck a large stone. His condition It
extremely serious. ,
: Coroner Jordan went to Millbrook to
day to hold an Inquest on the. body of
John Diggs, a negro rallwly employee,
who wat thot by another employee, Og
burn Kirby. The shooting took place
In a shanty car. ' ' " t ;
. The penitentiary hat this year 4000
acres of crops under cultivation at ltt
farm on the Roanoke river, known aa
"Caledonia." The outlook is very promt
ting. The report in the penitentiary's
finances is not yet made public but It
can be stated that its earnings exceeded
Its expenses by almost $5,000 during the
year ended April."" .';t '; 1
Application for a new lodge of Odd
Fellows at China Grove has been re
celved. , .-.. ;
Gov. Ayeock left today tor Statetvllle
to make a public school address.
RcDuffle's Turpentine te Mutton Suet
Lung Master Is a certain cure for whoop
lng cough, easy and comfortable, works
while you tleep. 25 cents at F. 8, Dut
Writes from Port Austin, M !ch. : "I have
found Peruna a very efficient end tpasdy
remedy for a persistent and annoying
eough." H. O. Snover.
U. a Raaata Call W rUrSaa.
Writes: 'The Peruna baa been recom
mended by Gen. Wheeler and other reli
able persona, and haa been used by some
memben of my family, and I concur la
the statement of Oen. Wheeler." WU
Senator MeKnory of Taalriaaa,
Writes : " Peruna ia an excellent tonic.
I have used it sufficiently to say that I
believe it to be all that you claim for it."
8. D. McEnery, NeW Orleans, La. . .
' Congromama Brownlow of f.aumi, .
Write I "I have taken three bottles of
Peruna and I feel satisfied that I am now
almost, If not permanently, cured of ca
tarrh "of he stomach." W. P. Brown-
low, Joneeboro, Tenn.
Senator Hallory of riorlda.
Writes from Pensacola, Fie.:. "I have
used your excellent remedy, Peruna,
and have recommended it both aa a tonic
and a safe catarrh remedy." Stephen
R. Mallory. . ;
Senator Butler of Sooth Carolina.
M, C. Butler, ex-Governor of South
Carolina, writes I "I can recommend
Peruna for dyspepsia and stomach
trouble." M. C. Butler, Edgefield, S. O.
' Congressman Brookahlr of Indiana,
Says : " From what my friends say Pe
runa is a good tonio and a safe catarrh
cure." E. V, Brookshire, Crawfords
vllle, Ind. . . ; '
Congressman Dovlner of Wost Virginia,
Writes from Wheeling, W.'Va.: "I Join
with my colleagues in the House of Rep
resentatives In recommending your ex
cellent remedy." B. B. Dovlner i '
' Congressman Broderiek of Kanau,
Writes from Holton.Kaa.i f'l have taken
two bottles ot Peruna and find it to be
an excellent remedy for colds and throat
trouble." Case Broderiek. ! - : i
Congressmaa Yodet of Ohio,
Writes: "I only used Peruna for a short
time and am thoroughly satisfied as to
its merits." 8.8. Yoder, Lima, O.
Capitol at Washington, D.C.
Na Bob Pancake Flour.
' Carolina Rice Flakes, v , " . ' f v ' .
Oatflakea both loose and in packages.
Preserved Ginger 25o perjpot. . '
Hienz'a Apple Batter and
Royal Scarlet Salmon, the
other brands 15o and 20o can.
Imported Ginger Alfi, oa ice, lOo or 3 for 25c. "
Portsmouth Corned Mullets. ' ! n ' ! (
Big Hams to cuti ' i '
Fox River Print Butter. . , . ,
, . ancy Syrup and molasses.. ,.,.., .k , , t -
i Pure Apple Vinegar and Spices of .all kinds. , , t M
J I. IMAM, "mr i)
Jm V S Ul ; , b.anVti.rilka.-i ' ' a
g 'Phone 91. ' 71Cart Bt.
Jiut IecelvHl a Fresh Iot
andiniiells to Go ,T71th Thcta.
- Also Fancy Salmon and Lobsters. - v , , , j . i
' r Don't fail to see us when In need of anything In the Fancy ()
Grocery line, we guarantee quality and prices, 'with any gro-
eery house iln the city. ! i tiff ' t , f)
It you want Good lour Try Oar Fancy. Pawant-there Is
nolhing better ground from wheat. - k ti t .i . f)
' We hare some Good Tea at 40 50c, COccajid 80o lb. .
. .. "Thanking you for, past favors and trusting to continue to . )
serve you, lam, .t s
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Writes from Cham bert burg, Pa. : "I take
plaaaar ia eommeadlBg your Peruna as
a substantial tooio." Thad. M. Mahoa.
sa Saarkmaa tt WtamMm,
Writes from Tampa, Florida: "I can
Indorse Parana aa a S rat-rat ton to and a
very effective eure for cataTa.'-8. at.
Sparkman. - " -
Congreaiman Bra war of Sis Varna,
Writes: "I have used on bottle of Pe
runa for lassitude, and I tak pleasure ia
recommending it." Willi Brewer,
Hsynoaville, Ala. '
. V, a. Sonator Ooar of Iowa.
Writing from Burlington, Ia. : "Parana
I can eommend to all as a very good
. Cnagtaatmaa Calbarsoa of Texas, .
Writes: "I can recommend Peruna as
one of the very best of tonic," D. B.
Culberson, Jefferson, Tex.
Ciingisma U Tinge ton frmOoorgla,
Writes i "I take pleasure u joining with
General Wheeler, Congressman Brewer
and others In recommending Peruna as
an excellent tonic and a eatarrh cure."-
L. I. Livingston, Kings, Ga. . ,
, fmniiaii Clark of Sflanarl,
Says I "I ean recommend your Peruna
as a good, substantial tonio and one of
the best remedies for catarrhal trouble."
John B. Clark. , )., ; .
Congressman Falham of Virginia,
Writes from Bancroft, Va.: "My sister
in-law has haa been using Peruna for
about one week for catarrh ot the throat
and is manifestly ImprovedVC. Pelham.
Congressman Burnett of Alabama,
Writes : . " I can cheerfully recommend
Peruna aa a good, substantial tonic, and a
very good eatarrh "remedy." John L.
Burnett, Gadsden, Ala. . .
Congroesmaa Botkia of Kan as a.
Writes from Hoi ton, Kas.: "Peruna hat
given me almost Complete relief from
catarrh .of the stomach and conatipa -tion."-J.D.Botkln.
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Congressman Walt of Korth Carolina, .
Writes from Tarboro, N.C.S "I find Pe
runa to be an excellent remedy for the
grip and eatarrh. I have used it in my
family."-Q. H. White. . .
, Congressman Wllber of KewTork.
David F. Wllber, of Oneonta, N. T
writes t-f I am fully oonvlnoed that
Peruna is all you claim for it after the
use of a few bottles." David F. Wllber.
Congressman Dungan of Ohio,
Writes from Jackson, O.: "I recommend
Peruna to anyone in need of an Invigor
ating tonic." Irvine Dungan.
Congressman Barham from California,
Writes from Santa Boss, Cal.i "At the
solicitation ot a friend I used your Pe
runa, and ean cheerfully recommend it."
J. A. Barham. .. .. - ' ' ' '
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