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Ug the S to ooiiis and Bowels of
ressarri Rest .Contains neilber
, fx Jmmm i i , T j
A perfect Remedy forConslipa
non, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Fcvtrish
ness and Loss op SLEEP.
FacSimle Signature of
EXACT COPY OP WRAPPER.
GRIFrON. ' t
June2?.-Mr. L. A. Cobb and J.H.
Harvey left for New Eern Tuesday on
Messrs. J. L. Kelle, Jr., andO.W.
Gasklns went to Ayden Tuesday on bus-
luess. .1 , .';
Mr. D. P. Brook went to Greenville
Tuesday on business.
Mr. Geo. W. 8ummerell of K nston
was In town Tuesday. ,
Messrs. W. J. Klttrell and J. L. Pat
rick spent Wednesday In Kinston.
Mr. Jacob McCotter attended the
Masonic Installation at Greenville Tburs
Mr. Joe Rasbcrry Is bero for a few
days hustling Insurance business.
Mr. D. 0. McCotter of Vanderaere, Is
in town on business. , V'; . ..
Messrs. Bryan Gardner and Goo. L.
Blunt spent Thursday In ' Kinaton on
business. .. .- ' '
Capt. Dick Williams, of Greenville,
was in town Thursday night. s v
RELIEF IK SIX HOURS.
Distrosslng'Eldney wd Bladder Dis
ease relieved in six Lours by "New
GBKAT BoUTB AMERICA KlDHXT CVBB."
It Is a great surprise on account ot Its
exceeding promptness In relieving pain
In bladder, kidneys and back, In male or
female. Relieves retention of water al
most Immediately. If you want quick
relief and cure this is the remedy. .." Bold
by C. D. Bradham, Druggist.
Ltirhtalnjr anil Thunderclouds.
. In n lecture on ."Rulnclouds and
Lightning" a Holpiitlst explnlned tbe ex
trenic lilackni'KH and grotesque shape
- of tbuiidori'lomls as being caused by
electrlUnitioii mid said tliut occasional
ly lightning goes upward from ground
to cloud Lightning coutiuues until tbe
thundercloud bns risen too blgb above
the subjacent ground for tbe tension
requisite. As the cloud lifts the light
Ding's path becomes more vertical.
Tuunclerliends may be seen 200 miles.
Window glass baa been broken by
heavy thunder. The cumuli rise to a
height of some six miles, then slop over
and form a base (thunder hase). Light
ning will fall vertically from the ex
treme limit of the haze cloud some
times, though no rain Is falling. Light
ning causes tbe clouds to partially fall
to tbe earth in showers, and so itself
causes rain. - s
In Ceptntwd br Brad field's Rflgrulntor.
l honMnds of young women sre wkln to
the fail tlint inherited comllueaa hs been etolen
away anil iusteadof giowliuc cheeka, bright eyee
and sm..uth brow. the tell-tale wrinkles o pain
have taken the plate of tlwe foriuercharmj.
Theearetha warning- f ealuiKS I W ea, H
and eahaiitted In the niorniiiK. no Ufa. no '"'
tl..n to enter upon tholr fonrar pleiisuree, lrr
able, cm.a, dln-ouraa-ed, dull hcuclMhesi, aieneral
iHsplrlti-d tetiiiix, slneulesl nujniih iuiu i. f.
.1..- ... Hwn1
ymptom lndlcute denngri and weakened or-
bhattered nervea ai.d ehaujtrd oer((lea
the weakened condition of th fejnale
onttna aa aurely as nl. i.t foiiowa Sr. Sava
yourself from moroteriu.lereuit,ioi-em your
youw uj laaii'K
Th most Himanltt Invigumu
itrual rfKuUtcm tn wurtd.
Jt rt-li.-ve puiuf'il ntenstruH pro mw
struai .'in, obstructed n"-"'"'"!- '
...,.h nnrv.i.iiiiii'tl. Il.-P.lKCIU'S trt.
, n ivmnifi'y o( firm -w it it
isnll n1 tiie "i
'V v- I
r lMfu, i id Ilttmlth
Mai l n (iriml.
For Infanta and Chiliren.
Ths Kind Yen l!:va
TMC eiNTAUN MNNfi VMMI 4MTV.
Owing to a change In plans the king
of Slam will not visit the United State
' , .
King Edward VII. of England has
but twelve persons In bis personal
household, while Queen Victoria, had
twenty.; , V , .
The queen dowager of Italy has
bought the books and snannserlpts of
the famous poet and critic Carduccl,
leaving him the undisturbed use of tbe
library for his lifetime. Catherine the
Great of Russia prevented In the same
way the dispersion of Diderot's library.
When be knelt down during tbe serv
ice on Good Friday In the court chapel
at Vienna, the Emperor Joseph observ
ed that most of tbe gentlemen of hie
retinue remained standing. T Without
rising the emperor turned and quietly
ordered them to follow bis example.
Instantly every rnmbe?iC the toperlal
suit was on bis knees. - - .
The oppressive humidity of Thars
day's weather was continued yesterday;
while the mercury did not rise quite so
high In the tube as the day before bat
the weather was quite as unbearable. .
Reports from Dr. Duguld who went
to Baltimore Wednesday for a surgical
operation on bis hand, are that he is get
ting along well and that the operation
will not be aa severe as was feared at
first. : v
The trucking season" Is rather quiet
Just at present. Small shipments are be
ing made dally of potatoes, . beans, cu
cumbers, tomatoes, etc, but large con
signments have aot been made for sever
al days. Water melons are about ripe
but there have been none on the markets
A feature ; Of the warm wreathe of the
put two days was the electrical display
Thursday night the heavens were on.
continuous shimmering sheet of llnht.
The sight was beautiful and awe lnsplr-
Ing, .46 of an Inch of rata fell The
electrical storm last evening was also
very vivid and sharp. The display was
accompanied by a terrific rain and-wind
storm which happened about 9 o'clock.
' V'lV''- " a n . 1 VC'"
lioo-ftr. E Dctchons's Antidiuretic
may be worth to you snore than f 100 If
you have a child whojolla bedding from
Incontinence of water during sleep.
Cures old and young alike. If arrests
the trouble al oaca $1 . Sold by. C. D.
Bradham, Druggist. ' " " -v 7
The new Longnell. bridge over the St
Lawrence at MoatreaJ will cost $0,000
000, and a Mew York first will build 1C
The smallest newspaper in the worJd
la El Telegrama of ; Ctaadalajara la
Mexico. It Is four Inches Qare and
Lloyds report an alarming increase to
the. number ot shipwrecks and acci
dents during the present year com
pared with the same period In former
years. , . . y ? - t : ; :
Salt Lake City Is about to lost one of
its landmarka - The old seboolhoaae
Where the children of Brigham Young
were educated la to be torn dowa to
make room lor some modern structaret
Tbe I'-orcss of the world la shown
by tie 1 t that th. first consignment
of j 7 i outfit, has just reached
Iceland. Now, croquet began Its mad
dening career about 1330 and did not
reacit Iceland until 1SS0, Just, twenty
years later. .; .i. . ,.,
A burs air cushion elsty-three feet
in height and mnde of-steel 14 a new
safety device being Instn'led for tbe
elevator In the tower of tbe city hall In
ruilnilclphla It will sn-'nia eaornaoua
pressure and, Instead of res'-g on at
foundation, is hung' from the tower
walla. !; ,., v..'
XI. C. E. Benton told tbe Society of
Engineers In BoBtou the otber day that
more persons ride In the elevators la
Mew York buildings every- day than
are carried tn tbe same time-on t he
electric and elevated railroads of tht
city. Some ofiiee elevators, be aatd. car
ry 10,000 passengers dully. -i
One Who Onlne.
"Do you think anything Is ever f
U' For Over
f SMS a Ttk tracked l4 tauid,
,Vv J alood wltA a ropa In tua nurny aaa4
AaA triad to BTicl trmoUoaa aroat
X. gin him dwm m Madrcl kM taioat
WUk Uw iima
tt was th coat contrary tnpallad,
Tkal lautiad at tha Tokal aa4 rop ha
aaM - .
Sand wouldn't admit be a bmmiI that ka
SVaa fooUaa. aa lathar ha4 Utoucht aim
, ... , Ha akoiild kopat
Thaa raoad tka two aB aver the nail -fTba
asaa wauMa't top, tka sat wouldn't
TO, what wftl tka atapa they k4 roa
Fkaj toondi tkat da ekaaa aa4 pursuit
julta a aes,
Btrad at Blent, tha seal tanad around
AM bruahed wlU hla wkiakara tka battte-
ffaam towaraft kta kaad aad procaeded to
Twlzt tha jokaT. lags ta a fractioaal
Thare-waa- hla ehaaeat Bad tha yokel
Bis heraaa'd have kad tka tusjltlva aab
bad, Bui ha dlda aad thaa wlta a kopcleas
Ba aaufht at tha briat; inexpressible tan
Ton know, ot aoaraa, ot aaar tt front ma
A goat's tail's aot ions; aa a tall ought to
AaA-w whaa ba rabbad tka tail wasn't
land tka foat was axdttnf tha yield lnc air
- r up a aiopa. f
How, kara la tha moral: Tou needn't try
!To catch Opportunity tkatra sona by,
sTor kia tail is tka brtsfeatithnt avar was
(Don't kaasj nau as tone aa a coat's tall
If you're altar eld OppoR. you're sura to
(That you can't kaad him off If you cat be-
fcayboro, Larre and EnthasiasUc
. Gatherint and a Barbecue.
Yesterday was a great day for Bayboro
A aaejs meeting was held to determine
the fate of the proposed railroad with
Bayboro for on. terminus and either
Beaufort or New Bern for the other,
The meeting' has been planned for
some time and tbe friends and foes of
I the project turned out in large numbers
to the rail-. . An old fashioned barbecue
I i -a.i. a a ..-J -
':" ? .
was estimated to be 4000.
Those who are Interested in the build
ing of the road who were present from
Mew Bern were Messrs: James A. Bryan
O. E. Foy, H. R. Bryan Jr., and W. B.
Barrington. Raflroad men from all over
the State were there and there was i
full and free discussion of the question
The purpose of the meeting was to
promotes feeling favorable to the con
struction of the rosd; aad as tha election
on the question ; of bonding the county
for $50,000 Is to be held today and the
measure hu plenty of enemies, it requir
ed some very strenuous efforts to frame
a common sentiment in favor of th. rail
road. There la, however, a strong desire
among the residents of Pamlico county
for a railroad. They suffer too much
inconvenience by the crude manner of
transportation which they have and
many are, disposed to rote la favor of
bonding ths county and, it la believed by
the most sanguine that the bonding pro
ject will be carried by a handsome ma
jority. Should success crown the efforts
of the railroad promoters, no time will
be lost In perfecting plans to build the
road. ; .. , -r
, IJke DaUie Before) the Scythe.
Baby lives are destroyed In summer by
cholera Infantum., Th. attack of the
disease la sadden. Its progress Is some
times terribly rapid. Mothers who have
given their children Perry Davis Pain
killer la. water with a few drops of
brandy added can tall how this treatment
has checked th. diarrhoea and vomiting,
and pat th. little patient ont of danger.
35 and 6Q eta. '
Country Reception Party.
A number of the friends of Mr. W. F.
Foywho lives about seven miles from
this city, gathered at hla horn, on last
Thursday nUht, the occasion being the
return of Mr, Foy and bis bride, whom
he married la Louisville, Ky.
Those who gathered at the Foy homa
passed a most enjoyable time. Refresh
meats, were served in the beautiful style,
which la the character of the Foy house"
hold, ?'r-j 'r:':' ;
' On. Minute Cough '' Cur. beats' all
other medicines I ever tried for coughs,
colds, croup and throat and lung trou
bles," says D. Scott Currin of Loganton,
Pa. One Minute Cough Cure Is the only
absolutely safe cough remedy which acts
immediately. : Mothers everywhere tes
tify t the good It hu done their; little
ones Croup is so sudden in Its , attacks
that the doctor often arrives too late. It
yields at onoo to One Minute Cough
Cure. .Pleasant to take. Children like
It. Sure cure for grip, bronchitis, coughs.
F.S. Duffy. , . ;
. -V TketTw!Orpke.' '. t
TvnVlIHlu rrrVluilaetiut nvAi4tha ftrnre
that Incloses the (playground lot the Lit
tle Wanderer8' tome, says frbe Chris
tian Register. -
. "Oh,myr saidjone. "Dont they
have agood Ome? 10 should fbe an
orphan.U am eomlrsj here." . : , a
Oh,"&ald thetotherJnhe one atiRox-1
bury lstever ao 1 rnuclJ better. I would
go there If I weretanforpban.", -
"I .wouldnVfresiUeidlllttle.glrl No. 1,
"'cause In thlBione I'd balnear papa
and mamma." - V v.:
Mr. W. 8. Wbedon, Cashier' of the
First National Bank of Wlnterset, Iowa
In a recent letter gives some experience
a carpenter la his employ, that Will be
of value to other mechanlcf. ; He says:
"I had a carpenter; working for me who
was obliged to Hlop , work for several
d ;s on acconnt of being troubled: with
d:a.'rhoea. I mentioned , to him that I
bti 'been similarly troubled : and that
Clan." erlain's Colic, Cholera and Dtar-
r ' f 'y had cured me. He bought
1 1 "a f It f.'"t t' s d-"lat here and
I " 1 r t' t c- (' ""i cured t n,
' " " ? " i v Far sr-'e by
8herItT Tax Iyy.? j
Take notice I That by virtue of ths tax
list of Cravea County la my hands for
collection for the year 1901, aad la de
fault of payment according to the pro
visions of the .listing law. 1 have lev
led on the lands ot the follow tag named
persona, aad will Mil the same at the
Court House door la Mew Bern on the
14th day of July 190J, to satisfy said
taxes and costs on the same.
Be. 1 Tewaaklp.
Anderson, Noah 41 acres, Plney
Keek 6 86
Brooks, S W S85 a, Swift Creek 4748
Cherry, Battle X 60 a, partF.
Jackson land 8 87
Casey, E., IGO Gasklns, agtn
115 a, Deep Neck 87
Dawson, Grant 800 a. Alligator 9 88
Edwards, Henry 69 a, Manl .
Swamp - 8 73
Foraea, Sarah 200 a, Creeping
8wamp 4 48
Fornes, Frank 60 a, Bull.Poco-
sin . - 3 S3
Green, Dock 140 a. Palmetto 7
Johnson, Peter 9i a. Bear Brnch S 75
Keen. Zach 17 a. Bill Meek 3 90
Kees, Daniel, belrs, by Allen
Dixon, stent. 68 a. Hills Nek 8 69
EltrelL Susan 88 a. Batlers
Ford 4 60
L)IItchell,A800a,BearBranch 4 48
Pugh, L R 43 a. Swift Creek 4 48
SDaln. Susan, 33 a. Vanceboro 8 63
Tripp, Joseph, heirs, 280 s, Po-
cosln .. 4 01
Warren, Lewis, heirs 300 s,
Maul's Swamp 4 48
t , Sad Township.
Arthur, Martin 94 a. Forrest 4 00
Barrington, MO 100 a, Cool
Springs 8 53
Everlncton. Geo A 15 a. Sbofiy 6 30
Gasklns, D H., Administrator
887 a, Forrest 6 75
Klnsanls, G W 100 a, Hill land 4 48
EIrkman, T S 8 a, Band Hill 5 80
Price. B B 85 a, I pock land 0 80
Sherman, Nat 25 a, Flat Swamp 6 35
Tuten, O R 10 a, Trultt 7 08
Bryant, Owen 84 a, near Dover
Daugherty, Sarah H 15 a, Core
Griffin, J B 41 a, near Dover
Jenkins, M W 20 a, Core Creek
Loftin, Jas F 11 a, near Dover
Marshburn, D T 400 a, Wild
Parker, W B 75 a, Beasley land
Rlggs, H 60 a, Core Creek
Rouse, J O 303 a, Mosely Creek
Taylor, Alex 73 a, Cannon
Bright, Henrietta 200 a, Neuse
Coleman, Hardy 60 a, Hancock
Pate, MS 100 a, King's Creek
Richard's, Jas R 50 a, Adams
Creek , -Richards,
Ben Sr., 52 a, Oa-
Richardson, T A 8 a, Borden
Simmons, Matban 100 a, E S Ad
Williams, Jas 5 '.a, Mitchell's
Anderson, Sophia, 5 a. near rail
- road -
Bates, Amos, 10 a. Harelock
Benjamin, G. W. 8 al H
Bryan, Perrln, 10 a.
Mrs. W. J. H. Cavnaugb, 65 a,
Cooper, Geo. 1 l.Graysvllle
Hasket, 8. 200 a. Johnson's
Point ' ;
Hunter, Mary I a. H. R. Bryan's
Lee, John, 4 a. Cole Camp
Perry, H H 600 a. Haddock
Plllam Bros, 800 a. Plllam
land - .
Vail, Thomas, 81.; ' . ,
Walston, Anthony, 2 L Browns
ville Bennett, Hardy, pay for Jane
Bennett, 81 a. Havelock
. '4h Township.
Arthur, Marten, 1 1, Scotts alley
Anderson, Ben, 1 , Orient Pol
lock . :
Beasley, Louisa, 1 1, Mo. 10 Toll
'street :.a ,
Bunn, Geo, 1 1, 181 Pavie Ave
Boyd, Annie, 1 1, Duffy Town
Boyd, Caiaon, 96 a, Neuse road
Baker, Louisa, 1 1, West street
Barnes, James T, 1 1 No, 17
Becton, Marion, 1 1, Mew South
Front street ' "
Baker, R C, 11 14 Gardners Al
" ley . :
Banks, H L, for wHe, 11 No.
. 88 Burn street
Bryan, V 8, 1 1, Eden street
Cherry, John T. 1 1, May street 7,
Collins. Cbas, I I, 153 Queen
' atrcet J
Cox, Henry L, SI. Murray stree.
; and Pavie Town
Cabo, Geo, 1 1. 118 Norwood
i atreet . - -Chase.
James, 1 1, 60 Pavie Ave
Copeland, Adeline, 1 1 73 Pavie
town 5,-'';v?"4-! -Chapman,
Boston, 1 I, Coart
street f?C;Ut'-!: ''.';
Duncan. Davis, 1 lot, Lanes
Davis, B E, Interest fn lend on
DUlahunt, Moses D, 1 1 Craven '
and Gray avenue
Dillahnnt, J T, Act., for Laura
, Willis and Andrew ft Moses
, Wayne. 1 1, 17 Browns Al
H' r ! ' s, Fred, 3 1 Front and
' 6 29
.' r -1
Durdea, Cambe to a Bathcelor , -
Edwards, Julia C, I 1 Rountrss
EUridge, Asale.l INo.R0 Lee
Elhridge.Joe.llNo. 60 Lee's
FoavOle, Martin, 1 lot Pavie
FUlier, Theresa, 1 lot 13 Good
street ! - '
Fey, OC.tlBraggs alley
Freemaa, Haywood. 1 1 62 Jones
Gardner, Robt, 3 1 George street
and Dryboro - '
Gerrold, John, 1 lot 33 Cstmer
Good, Lettlce, 1 1 96 Bern stteet
HIU, Samuel, 1 1, Mala street
Hlnea, Mary, 1 1, 81 Kilmonlc
street - ":
Hlnea, L M, 37 a near Clarks
Harker, Anthony, 1 lot No. 21
Jackson, Fred, 1 1 Bern street
Jarvia, Mora 8, 1 1 No 13 Carroll
Jones, Decater, 1 lot 43 Lees
Jackson, Aaron, 11, Eden and
Jones, Edmond P, 1 lot Braggs
James, Henry, 1 1 48 Bloomfleld
Johnson, John 8, S 1, Csrmer
street; 1 1 Scotts alley, 8 lots
Kenneday, Auynstus, 11, No 134
East Front street
Lewis, Sarah E, 1 1 Primrose and
Locker, Caroline, 1 1 Bloomfleld
Loftin, Elizabeth, 2 1 Oak and
Mason, Cicero; 1 1 No 17 Good
Moody, S F J, 1 lot Duffy town
Moore, Henry, 1 1 North street
Moore, EK, 2 I Main and Eu
Mitchell, Dave, 1 1 Broad and
O'Hara, J E, 1 1 Pavie Town .
Agt. J T Barnes, 1 1 Pavie Town
O'Hara, L E, 1 lot
Pearson, James. Sr. 11 19Carmer
Pool, Harriett, 1 lot 115 Queen
Orlum, Lafeyette, 1 lot Court
Roscoe, Mary J, 1 1 56 Eubank
Rail, W T, 1 1 Braggs alley
10 56 1
Sawyer, J W, Pavie Ave
Stanley, James B, 1 1 146 Broad
Stanley, J P, 1 1 Pollock street
Stanley, Silas, 1 1 173 Randolph
Smallwood, Edward, 1 18 Gas
Stanley, Kitty, 1 lot 90 Bern
Stanley, Kate, 1 1 Jones street
Spencer, Annett, 1 1 Chop and
Taylor, Maggie, 1 1.190 Queen
Thomas, Chas, 1 lot Bryan and
Crooked streets ,
Taylor, Mrs M L, 25 acres Deep
Gully "" 'y;'' '
Wayne, Andrew. 1 1 If Brbwn'B
Wetherlngton, Bouthey, 1 1. 37
Willis, Jno. B. 11. East Front
White, Stephen, 33 a. Trent
White, Tbos. O. 50 a. Neuse
road - ,
White, CL E. 40 a. Sander's
Wooten, I. L, 1 a. 69 Pasteur
. st ,.. " . :,
Willis, Susan, 1 a. 8 Court st
Young, Louisa 3 a Bartlet st
Butler, Susan, 150 a. Jumping
French, F. J. 178 a. Neuse
Road , 1
French, , L. J. 20 a. Turkey
Green, J. C.
210 a. Clear
Hill, O. F. 83 a. Jasper
Harris, S. P. 120 a.
Road ; ;
Kornegay, Owen, 100 a. Dover
Pate, Fred, 63 a. Wild Cat
Perkins,- Sarah, 50 a. Black
Patrick, , Allen, 5 a. Jumping ,
Run' - , '
Pettlgrew, W. J. 133 a. Street's
, 'Ferry. - !-
Raaberry, W. H. 87, a. Green i
Tree Branch f
Rountree, J R. 10 a. Green Tree
Spencer, Henry, 33 a. Myra
Branch - - .
Taylor, Julia E. 14 al Back
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and poms of tt.e sLIu. ..t;iii-; it to barn -like fire, and the incessant
itching allows iio rtsA nijUt ur day.. Eczema appears in a great many
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lowed by little blisters or pimples, from which a clear or straw colored
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SALT HHEUiml m weeping Eczema.
acid poisons sometinies dry up the aatnral oils aad the skin becomes
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THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta, 8a,
Creek 3 03
Thomas, A. D. Si a. Jasper 14 49
WCherlogton, M. F. 3 a. rat)
road. 5 58
J. W. BIDDLE,
Talkael Tea Dollara' Wartk.
"I remember when Judge Austin was
trying a case In the criminal court,'
said a Milwaukee lawyer, "that be had
a fellow to defend who was evidently
guilty. When tbe time came for him
to plead, he rose and sald.be was will
ing to let tbe case go to the jury at
once, believing that there was no
chance for acquittal.
"He ,was nudged by the defendant,
who said, 'For the Lord's sake, say
" Tou know you are guilty, and you
didn't pay me much anyway,' whisper-1
ed the lawyer.
14 'I know that,' said the prisoner. 1
only paid you $10, and for goodness
sake talk $10 worth anyway.'
"Every one in the room heard that,
and Judge Austin talked bis $10 worth,
no cleared his man too." Chicago
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Permanently cured by the masterly
power of "South Ahxbicau Mxrvhix
Tonic," Invalids need suffer no longer,
because this great remedy can cure them
all. It Is a cure for the whole world of
stomach weakness and indigestion. The
cure begins with the first dose. The re
l'of it brings is marvelous and surprising
1 ; makes no failure: never dlsaDDolnts.
No matter how long you have suffered.
your cure is certain under the use of this
ereat health-erring lorce. f leasant and
always safe. Sold by G, D. Bradham,
Druggist. . .
Eye Strain Cause of Sore Eyes.
Inflamed eyes, styes, and headache are
symptoms which point conclusively to
eye strain, and to'cure yourself you
must seek the cause, correct It and then
your trouble will disappear, you can
stimulate and help nature In curing the
symptoms by various ways, but still the
cause is there and liable at any moment
to break out again; it seems like pouring
water on the smoke to put out a fire, to
pursue any other course than th. proper
adjusted glasses to correct the strain.
A normal eye is one which when In re
pose the rays entering it are brought to
a focus on the retina, when they are not
this way an extra amount of nerve force
is demanded to make them focus correct
ly, the result, an overflow of blood caus
ing congestion, styes, the leakage of
nerve force, the headache; It Is not hard
to understand how a severe strain can
soon exhaust enough nerve force to
cause a general breaking down of the
whole nervous s stem.
' Br the aid of the latest Instruments
We can adjust glasses to any one, child-
i-ii ...... .i i a
rcn -i especially, raiuog went go nuoui
woir nLuuiea wiuiuua ueing noriuueij
Handicapped on account of eye trouble.
J. O. BAXTER, Jr.
Jk ejaauaja. . ,
I "There goes a great genlusl" exclaim
ed the Georgia citizen aa a tall figure
slouched by. . .
"Novelist?' : !
"No, but he reads all the novels th.
Other fellows write."
"Ton call that "geniusr
"Well, if it ain't exactly genius If s
the patience of If Atlanta Oonstttn-
tton, .; ....
Deaaltr aa4 Karltr at Ale.'
If a well could be dug to the depth of
forty-six miles, the density of, the air
at the bottom would be as great as that
of quicksilver. By the same law a cubic
inch of air taken 4.000 miles above the
earth's surf ace ., would expand: anffi-
clently to fill sphere 2,000,000,000
mnes in ammeter. 7 . l
- Be Bajers It, ; : '
, uorem ion can't nna a man any
where who enjoys a joke better than I
BIffklns-Cuess that's '-right; l'v.
beard you tell the same old Joke twen
ty times, and you laughed every time
yoo told It Chicago News.
nsme and address on a postal card for m
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la due to the retention la
the system of Uric Add
or other infiammatoa-v
poisons which find their
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Of ctfprth Carolina
One hundred and eight scholarships.
Free tuition to teachers and to ministers'
sons. Loans for the needy,
563 Students. 54 Instructors.
New Dormitories, Water Works, Cen
tral Heating System.
Fall term begins September 8, 1903.
F. P. VENABLE, President,
Chapxl H114, N. C.
It will be to the in
terest of those want
ing buggies and Road
Carts to call at oncei
I have a feo second
hand ones left on hand
and they must be sold.
Rofrigeratots, Water Coolets, Ice
Cream Freezers, Screen ! DootSjWin
dow Screens, Oil and Cook Stotedj
Ranges, Lime, Cement, ' - PlaaUr,
Paints, Oils, Varnish, Puttj, Sash,
Doors, Blinds, Cutlery and all th.
useful articles usually found in an
Up-to-dato Hardware Store,
HEADQUARTERS FOR '
1 ' - And all Kinds of
Best Good1 j
' Irowest Price.
Under Hotel Chattawka,
UHavlng secured the services of ex
perienced parties, I am . prepared oa
short notice to execute Farm, City,
Land and Rail Road surveying. Ditches,
Streets and Roads laid out and leveled.
Draughting in all Its branches. Blue
and black prints made. Old maps re
paired and mounted. Topographical
surveying and plotting. Drawings aad
wokring plans executed promptly. Sew
erage and drainage planned, laid out
and construction superintended.
J. J. 'WcIfcrJcn.
.' ..,' Attomey et Law," , ,
74.SO. Front St., Opp. Hotel Chattawka,
NEW BEEN, N. a
t Circuit Craven, Jones, Onslow,! Cart-
t, Pamlico, t.ir. p. Lenoir, 'and; the
Supreme and Fderul voarte. , -
w.rnni ti"; our h v.
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