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am, M. O.
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at. C. at ieeoad-claM matter.
Settle Oae, Taetdav, Jaly 8, 108
WHT THET DON'T COME
la commenting upon the greet amount
of inunhrratloa going to the Northwest,
Southern newspapers generally close
With the query, why dont- the home-
seekers come South, where land Is cheap
and climate conditions are more ftvort-
hte than in the Northwest T
The answer to this is best answered
by asking the newspapers making the
query, what are the people of your corn
munlty doing to attract Immigration
their way? ;
According to reports ike to 11 a i of
home . seekers and settle Into the
Northwest tak year eieeedsU previous
And these new comers are going there
prepared to meet all living conditions,
as they art buying land, the price of
this land having advanced' In -the last
two or three years, three or four times
lu value. .
The extent of thin immigration move
ment is best realised by Vflgares, which
show that In atxty dayav tttdtng April
Uth, more than 160,000 homeseekers
passed through St. Paul, bound for the
Northwest, and that 26,000 cars of
freight also passed through that city.
J This great host of homeseekers, with
money to boy land, goods to stock their
homes, and energy, courage and thrift
to engage In farming or commercial
pursuits, means a tremendous activity
for the Northwest, with great gains 1n
values now existing and prosperous
times for that section of the country.
Southern sections may boast of soil
sod climate, but there It something more
needed than talk of superiority, In order
to gain the homeseeker and settler.
' Advertising and going after the home
seeker and Investor, Is what the South
must do or else see these people go to
the sections, which may not have sell
and climate to favorable, but have the
people with energy enough to go after
and get this great Immigration.
A DAT TO CELEBRATE.
The non-observance of the .Fourth of
July in this city as a holiday, a day
given to a display of patriotism, with an
observance which -would imprest the
young, especially, with the Idea of the
greatness of this country' achievements,
would Indicate a lack of local patriotism
In the matters of the Nation's great
tent i . . '" ' ; ,, ,
This non-observance of July Fourth
It not peculiar to this city,1 but through
out the Booth there Is to fan found a lack
of patriotism, a neglect In the notice and
celebration of national' affair In the
elebratlon of the day, which are a por
tion of the South'! Inheritance as well as
' the NOrft'fcSr:-f .
The observance of the natal day of
the country's Independence, of the birth
of the America Republic, Would teem
an occasion worthy of a day's complete
observance and celebration, Ma 4 style
befitting and In a manner which patriot
' Ism could easily suggest.
la this connection of the Fourth of
July observance, the Charlotte Newt
taya, well ,. ' j '
"The Declaration., of ' Independence
meant at much to the South as it did to
the North and the memory of those he
roes and patriot! who staked their "lives
and their sacred :oor" is -sarely as
dear to us. It .1 . , be that the New
South It too be f for sentiment-i We
hope not. Tbert ll g time for all thlngt
"aiid tUnrer a t ,3 C '-s of '-the three
..bni',-"l au.3 e!" tlit America and
Aiueriutia cr.a V Oil the pressure
of boalnaa tui 1Qt9 to .Tejolf'ng
t-e tnnlvennry nft?e birth of Christ
and t-e anuivtrstt.y of tue birth of the
nation. The pretand the schools of
,the t outh owe to Its people an effort to
inculcate a patriotism that will call for
t: c -rv ice of the Fiw'h rf July."
. t::s toalty;c? tttzi-:
1 im-; 1 I' of fret speech
' i , la t'..'a couutry, c ' s
''." c 'it rs f f t"
tut tbnity Of AUUtfuUhed worth U
prlnie or publie Ufa, can eecapt the la-
evluble crtUclims which ladt ton
thing of avQ or qaettlonable la lu tar
roaadlagt, of soaae net, private or pab
Uo, r In totM speech or eonverta
Ptbllc rewards of any special charac
ter, and n pension for Ufe from the gov
erntsent cannot be held at any great re
ward for the aervfcoa, which tome Aster
leant have given during their tires to
their eonntrynck rewards art not given
to those who here been prominent In
the country! service.
It It not the American policy to make
the latter portion of the Uvea of tts great
citizens brilliant through office and ptb
Presidents drop Into obscurity, going
tbout at plain eltlsene, earning a moder
Great generals and admirals go Into
private life, their only recognition being
the quarterly pension or salary check,
which Is sent them from y govern
ment The federal Judgea go into retirement,
and only the very few know of their ex
The Senator or Congressman, no mat
ter how eminent his tervlclet may have
been, finds that once out of office, he
must shjft and hustle for himself, and
take his chances with the great crowd,
eager for a living.
y In commercial life, the banker or mer
chant once out of the active trade, la
not regarded in the circles where once
his word was supreme. ,
There Is no favored class Into which
men and women once prominent csn re
tire and still be prominent.
The attempt may be made by this or
that one, once an authority In some pub
lic pursuit, to attract attention, but cen
sure Is the penalty usually of such a at
tempts, with consequences of ktlrrlng
up harsh crltisms.
The penalty of prominence In this
country, Is that It offers no protection
from censure, but really invites it.
To do nothing, to say nothing, is a
refuge In obscurity, the opposite from
prominence. But who wants to psy such
a price for -the immunity It gives from
private or public censure, which Inverl
tably follows the person who is promi
nent. Poisoning tbe System.
It It through the bowels that the body
is cleansed of Impurities. Constipation
keeps these poisons In the system, caus
ing headache, dulness and melancholia
at nrst," then unsightly eruptions and
finally serious Illness unless a remedy Is
applied. DeWItt'l Little Early Risers
prevent this trouble by stimulating the
liver and promote easy,, healthy action
of the bowels. These little plllt do not
act violently but by atrengthenlng the
bowels enable them to perform their
own work. , Never gripe or distress F..
"What! the trouble, Williei" raid
Mrs. Brown to her email ton, who Waa
"My kite .won't fly," nobbed Willie,
"and I made It out of fly paper too."
. Cm WM-k.
I saw a splendid cut of Cadlelgb yes
1 didst tee it ' What paper wat It
''None; It wat on the street. Mitt
Kandor did It" Philadelphia Press.
Call at F.S. Duffy & Co't drugttore
and get a free sample of Chamberlala't
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are an
tUgnnt physio: ' They" tlso improve the
appetite, strengthen the digestion and
regulate the Over and bowels. They are
easy Jo take and pleasant In effect.
"' tw '
- f - Metal Tamea. .
lftt at tbe year 1060 silver and
fold;. were equal In value In Japan. ,
Some of the cheap lodging houset In
London are called "penny sltups."
They ere mere benchcav with wooden
backs, i Each lodger placet bit arms
upon the back of the bench before him,
and then, resting bit bead upon i hit
arsis, triea to aleep.
The Best frcscrtptlMi for NaltrUJ .
Chills and Fever Is a bottle of GsoVn'i
Taststbss Cffiix-ToHic. . It It simply
iron, and quinine. in a tasteless form ! No
cure no pay. Price 60c
- " " -
rOuf dewfitrter at t last met her
fate, my deer." . .. 5 - :-
"How do you know?
' Sbei freMved several letters from
her admirer this morning, but hit waa
the only one ahe didn't fumigate and
t:U .... '-':x - w.
tin the .Tyrolean parishes of Mieming
and Bteta the members of nearly every
household am engaged In the making
of rosaries by atrlnglng beads together.
Mr. W. 8. Whedon, Cashier of tbe
First National Bank of Wintortet, lews
In t recent letter gives tome experience
a carpenter in hit employ, that will la
of value toother mechanics. Be says:
"I had t c .rp enter working for me who
wat obliged to slop work for several
dys on account of being troubled With
l' .a . ' aet, I r n'.'oned to him that 1
I ' I :ca i troubled and that
C avi lpr' Sn's Colic, Cholera and Dlar-
i .'. 7 1 1 cured me. He bought
a t .' j of It f. i tie drnst tere aud
' 1 3 1 t one dose cured L';n,
. 11 t 'all: wo.k.'For s't Ij
: ... i ,; v ..'
Digests what yon eat.
This prepnntIort5xotalnt nil of tbi
dltresUnte and dlgesta all kinds ol
food. Itglvestnsuntrcllef tn.l never
fails to cure. It allows you to eat ali
tbe food yon want. Tbe most aeasi live
ttomacht can uk e Ik By lu nee many
thousand! of dyspeptic have been
cured after everything else failed. Jt
prevent formal! on of raton ab stom
ach, relieving ail&aUeM after anting.
Utetingnnneotettry. A'lentnnt uaiake.
It CMMft fcifl '
t ul dd Ttm cww
rVtrdoil jby K.a Ir-'WnTeOa.OUraae
Ta U. twWf culalaeMt ll lln iu jam
T I. DUFF? A tXX
' CURRENT COMMENT,
It le not tbe trtoiDobfle feet (be fool
who run It. that tbe nehlte object to,
Chics ro Record-HeraM.. . -
England may be witltng to turn the
next tittle difficulty over to The Hague
court of arbitration. Pittsburg Os
What we want to knew la whether
Professor Moore's .ew- cooling ma
chine works the tame way a weath
er prediction. Philadelphia, Ledger.' ,
Professor Alexander Graham Bell's
airship experiment ought to be some
thing practical If not altogether "prac
ticable. The tarenteeeftbtf telephone
la no pipe dreamer. Boston Semld.
It seems that the people of Australia
are thinking much more about 4helr
own affairs than abeut-tbeee that con
cern tbe empire f large, While. this
It perfectly natural, it it tuggestlve of
future Independence, for' Australia
rather than of Imperial federation.
Saved From an Awful Fate.
"Everybody tald,I had consumption,"
writes Mrs. A. M. Shields, of Chasnbers
burg, Pa. "I was to low tftertlx months
of severe sickness, etused by Hay Fever
and Asthma, that few thought I could
get well, but I learned of the marvelous
merit of Dr. Klng'a New Disco very for
Consumption, used It, and was com
pletely c ured." For desperate Threat
and Lung Diseases It is the safest cure
in tbe world.and Is Infallible for Coughs,
Colds snd Bronchial Affections. Guar
anteed bottles 50c tnd f 1.00. Trial bot
tles free at C. D. Bradhtm't.
TV hot "Port Voir Hefaa Steam.
In this couutry the helm is put to the
port side of the ship (or left hand side
looking forward) at the order, "Port
your helm!" The rudder of course gors
to starboard, and the ship's head moves
to starboard. This Is the rule of most
nations, but in Sweden the reverse is
Sates a Woman's Life.
To have given up would have meant
death for Mrs. Lois Cragg, of Dorches
ter, Mass.' For years she had endured
untold misery from a severe long trou
ble and obstinate cough, "Often," she
writes, "I could scarcely breathe and
sometimes could not speak. All doctors
and remedies failed till I used Dr King's
New Discovery for Consumption and
waa completely cured." Sufferers from
Coughs, Jolds, Throat and Lung Trou
ble need thia grand remedy, for It never
disappoints.' Cure It guarantor by C D
Bradfaam. Price 60c and $1.00. Trial
Lamp. Ttanl Talk. ,
Electric lamps not only can be made
to talk, but also to sing. An ordinary
arc light can be made to produce
sounds in two ways. One is by placing
tbe arc in the circuit of a telephone
Instead of tbe ordinary receiver, and
tbe ether It by pluclntr it in the circuit
instead of the ordinary transmitter. ''
In either of these positions It. Will
pronounce words, which can be heard
distinctly at cousiderable distance.
It naturally follows, also, that the elec
tric arc can be utilized as the receiver
and also as the transmitter of a tele
y ' RELIEF in SIX HOURS. .
DistretslngJKIdney tnd BUdderr Dis
ease relieved in tlx hours : by "New
Gbkat South Ahxbicah KrontrCtrRX."
It 4 ft great turprise on account of its
exceeding promptness in relieving ipain
in bladder, kidneyt end beck, in male or
female." Believes retention of water al
most immediately. If you want quick
relief and cure this Is the remedy. Sold
by C. D. Bradham, Drugglat.
t riM IM Rrtb !' Pel.
' An expedition Is 'being.-. planned In
Norway for the diwvrwy tf the north
magnetic pole. If ii0d uch s spot ex
ists, for sit bns ,teou - tUKgested , thai
what it called the maeuetic pole may
not be a deflultc point, but a considera
ble area over which the needle would
tand vertically. There is also a ques
tion as to the absolute fixity In position
of the magnetic pole. Cnptnln It
Amundsen ie to command the expedi
tion;, and the ship Gjoa hut been pur
chased, for It use. The start t to be
made In the spring of 1903, .
K f Man . lie (o Too, s
v And sty torn other salve, ointment,
lotion, oil or alleged heater h at good as
Bucklen't Arnica Salve, tell him thirty
years of marvelous cures of PIles,Burns,
Bolls, Corns, Felons, Ulcers, Cuts.
Scalds, Brulsrt and Skin Eruptions
prove It't tbe best and cbt apett. .85c. at
C. D. Bradham's drug stare.
, Edmooia Mrs. , Topnotch . 1 what 1
call Impertinent ..... t , , f
, Eudocla In what way? '
Edmonia Why, the 1 not a Colonial
Dame, but when the came to the Cole
Dial reception the had oft a more ele
gant frock than any one of the Dames.
Detroit Free Trcsa. , A f
TOO XKOW V. -AI YO ARE TAlC'S
When you U'.e Grove'! Tasteless C! :"'.!
Tonic, beca . s tie formula Is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that It
.'!;r;'y!ic.at 1 c'.'.Jn In a tastoki!
How Tae Fcarth Waa CekVatei la
Iatereitlif Cettett Fer Pest at aster
at tare. Aannnl Srpert aad
Flaaatla! Statement r Pen
Iteatlarv Ittned. Salt
r fso.oot Agalait
a Railway Fr
' Damage.; ' ' ' -3
IUlxigr, Jtly 4.-Itwua tcorehlng
hot Fourth; so hot that the small boy
who wu numerously tt work making a
noise at early as 4 a. mn wilted later la
the day. . . - -,?',..
There wat no observance of the day
here, other than the closing of buildings
and the display of flags. Inthe after
noon there was s baseball game, Dur
ham against Raleigh and an excursion
from Durham, and the evening large
lawn party la one of the parks, la aid
of the baseball association.
The day was celebrated at several
place In the Bute at Boulhport, Wei
don (with speeches by J. 8. Can and F.
H. Busber), at Burlington, at Morgan ton
(with speeches by State treasurer Lacy
and State Auditor Dixon), at Asheville,
by the Elks, etc. '
The withering beat will In a little
while affect ciops injuriously unless
there Is rain. . .
It Is always regarded here ts a rule
that the home-grown water melon mutt
be on tale In quantities by July 4. Tbe
rule is observed this year, and water
melons and csnlelopcs are plentiful, i
There Is an Interesting contest for the
poetmasterabtp at Monroe. There are
aspirant and each Is said to have em-
ployed counsel. There are chargea tnd
counter-charges, tnd It Is really a very
pretty scramble Indeed.
President Winston of the Agricultural
and Mechanical College today addressed
laboring men from the factories at Gas
tonla. The annual repoit and the financial
statement of tbe penitentiary have not
yet appeared. One of tbe directors says
the excess of receipts over expedlturcs
for the yesr was almost $5,200. This
year ended March 81.
Suit for $50,000 Is entered against a
railway here by a man who lost a leg
and an arm. A man who was working
on a track was killed and half a dozen
lawyers wsnted to bring suit, but the
railway paid $350 and ended the matter
quietly. It appears strange tbst persons
working on a track can get damages,
but tbe heirs of a lawyer got $19 000 be
cause he was killed that way.
A Good Cough Medicine.
It speaks well for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy when druggists uselt In
their own families id preference to any
other. "I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Remedyor the past five years with com
plete satisfaction to myself and custom
ers," says Druggist J. Goldsmith, Van
Etten; N. T. "I have always used It In
my own family (or both ordinary coughs
and colds and for tbe cough following
I grippe, and find it very efficacious."
For sale by F. 8. Duffy & Co. . , -.
Wr Two Bar Ara Neecasarr. i
Sound travels by waves radiating
from a central point of disturbance,
Just as waves radiate when a stone i
dropped into still water. So far as the
bearing of each Individual is concerned
these waves move in a direct line from
the cause of the sound to bis ear, the
Impact being the greatest in the ear
nearest to the source. Thia being the
case, a person who has totally lost the
tense of hearing in one ear, although
he may irunglne that the defect Is of
little consequence, cannot locato the di
rection of a sound to save hi life, even
when the center of disturbance it quite
k Sprained Ankle Quickly Cored.
"At one time I suffered from a severe
sprain of the ankle," says Geo. . Gary
editor of the Guide, Washington, Va.
"After using several well recommended
mediciuei without success, I tried Cham
berlain's Pain Balm; and am pleased to
tay that relief came at toon as I began
Itt use and a com pie to cure speedily fol
lowed." Sold by F. 8. Duffy A Co.-
- ( . . . A Literary Llsrht. '
A abort time ngo a well known witt
er of London, remembering that he had
never read the noncanonlcal books,
went out In search of n copy and In
on bookshop after another - drew
bunk. At last he went to hit own par
ticular newspaper shop, which ah)
dealt In Bible. and light literature.
"Have you the Apocrypha?", he asked.
For a moment the young woman be
hind the counter waa puttied; then,
brightening, tbe said, "I It a weekly
or a monthly?' . -
Mother Always Keeps It Handy.
"My mother suffered a'long time from
distressing pains and general 111 health
due primarily to Indigestion," says L, W
Spalding, Verona, Mo. "Two years sgo
I got her to try Kodol. She grew better
st once and now, al tbe age of seventy
six, eats anything aim wants, remarking
that the fears no bad effects as the bat
her bottle of Kodol handy." Don't watte
time doctoring symptoms. Go after the
cause. If your stomach It sound your
health will he good. Kodol resit tbe
stomach tnd strengthens the body by
digesting your food. It Is nature'! own
torle. F. S. Duffy.
Uabr Saperatftloa. .
tn l-oiidon book Is put under Imby't
pillow to Insure tiplnes In educational
matters, find money! Is put In lis bath
h a guarantee of financial success.
f i00-Dr. E. Eetclions's AnU Diuretic
nifty- be worth to you more than $100 If
you fcaye t child who tolls bed "!ng from
Incontinence of water during akrp,
Cure! old and youn alike. It arrofts
the trouble at oneo. 1. Fold ly C. D.
I. ":.r:: ' . -
tk latlN it Gnw Ira,
"Back 'lift' 4 ' rt nertVytli
Kevada.wtsan. avetert tpok? play
tv .One time i Mlet tWwt rt
.wa.playlnf pol r.la' -prei-
Capsoe. PMC fhlef u,ith.;ilutBa,
Capau asked the governor topiaypdth
hlm.-nd tbe reqnest.vras granteLsXh
Han't. The Indian' eapiUllwaa$10,
and . the . governor, who ' cheated scut-rareeealy.-
sua wan alt tha juaav.
Cpue then pot up hi saddleh which
qulckJy'wwot With hi cash. Bltdtlaa
ket followed. Hi pony -art staked
ran. mvxbxor's tkek won a wicnco
and lost" Tbe governor's face wore a
wicked smile. - governor,'".: saJi the
Indian, "you set Inv monev. mvaaddln.
4ny blanket and -my pony; now I bet
you my squaw". The governor! ex
Dression at once became benevolent.
"Cnpsue,'' he explained, "I cannot take
your wire, "i ne paternce doe not In
dulge In doable bletslnea of thia tbH.
ty, but If you wi promise never to
piay poser again I will give yon baek
your money and your property." Cop
sue was delighted end always after
that told the story to Illustrate what a
great man was Governor Nye. v,..
Need Hore Help.
Often the over-taxed . organt of diges
tion cry out for help by Dytpepsla't
palm, Nausea, Dizziness, Headaches,
llvet compltlntt, bowel dltordera. Such
trouble! call for prompt use of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They are gentle,
thorough tnd guaranteed to cure. 25c at
C. D. Bradhtm't drug elore.
' .-r. i
Llrktna- Her Staaapa..,
We find the folio wIiik anecdotes In a
Naples paper: ."At tbe postofBce yes
terday, amid the large crowd gathered
around the window, was a young Eng
lish lady, handsome, well dressed and
accompanied by her maid. The young
lady had Just purchased some stamps
and was about to affix them to a num
ber of letter -which she held la iier
hand.. Delicately tearing off a stamp,'
ahe said to her mold, , 'Pull (sic) out
your tongue.' And the maid, with Eng.
lish - Impassivity, 'thrust forth her
tnnciiA. whlfn tlfA'nilAtrwztt nnaao1 iwom
ii a postage stamp, wntcu sue budso
quently stuck on a letter. She went
jthrougb the entire package of letters,
and for each one the obedient waiting
maid thrust' out her tongue , for tb
mistress to moisten the stamp.' Curi
ous manners these - English ' people
have." i i X v-
Ton may a well expect to run a steam
engine without water at to find an active
energetic man with a torpid liver and
yon may know that hit food; or feels
dull and languid after eating often hat
headache and sometime dirtiness. A
few doses of Chamberlain'! Stomach and
Liver Tablet! will restore hit liver to Iti
normal function!, renew hit vitality, Im
prove his digestion and make him feel
like a new man. Price 35 cent. Sample!
free at. F, S. Duffy & Go's drug atore. ,
. .. X; JJ4 , JK
WltVMwflrn Sttek. t
Inflammation of the conjunctiva or
membrane which shields the front of
tbe eyeball from-the air and take th
rub of, the eyelids. Is indicated by the
glued state of the-eye In the morning
and more especially by their bloodshot
Condition, , the vessels being bright ted
in color and winding about In great ir
regularity, with ho discernible order or
plan. ' ,' ' 1 ' ' iv " j '
Don't Fil to Try Thh
"Whenever tn honest trial It given to
Electric Bitten for any trouble It 1 tec
ommended for permanent car Will
turely be effectedTIt never ftllt to tone
the ttomtch, " regulate the kidneyt and
bowela, itlmulale the liver; Invigorate
th nervet and purify the blood. It'i a
wonderful tonic Tor run-down ayitoms.
Electrlo Bltlefi toslllvely cures Kidney
and Lfver Troubtet, Stomach Disorders,
NetTontnettv Sleeplessness, Rheuma
tltm, Neuralgia,- and expela Malaria.
Satisfaction guaranteed by : O. D. Brad
ham. Only 60 otatt,-. w .
tlnlla Wallhat Btcak. ' ' ' ' '
To boil ft halibut steak put the latter
In a shallow pau and cover with court
bouillon; simmer with pan closely cov
ered; remove to n platter- when tender,
but don't, break garnish .with potato
balls and serve with egg sauce, , , i
Batistas llMlUfY-lr-t- 1 BZt
" lratld Wrtiil Dry. '',
The driest part of Scotland I the
area bounded by the Forth and Tweed,
the yearly rainfall along the coast be
tween these two rivers never exceeding
thirty inches. . Tb Trossacbs district
la the' wettest part of Scotland, the
average yearly rainfall being nearly
Acta lr.c:!atc!y, ; ,', ...
Colds sre sometimes more troublesome
In summer that In winter, It't to hard
to keep from tdtllng to them whl'.a cool
ing off afar exercise' One lllnule Couh
Cur cure! at once. ALio'uty' i ."j.
Acts Immediately. Sure cure for c-"
c " crar;', t!,ro-te':I lusj tro,..' 1.
F V, I.' "7. .
If ' - IE VP"" ,f ttaMT-nf jf Blexl-
j . . 'j ll, IV vi . i i- 1 mmt tutoagkMama
j , , , with tK 'V. y4T tro otm it wiU qaMfcly
' ;'5ffW '
jS.ff. a.-Kf. , 1 1 .. '...is' i y t - ' !
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t ' fact always fresh la yXMrrneiwaj' J
a few times and th Bortncs3" "&riirfaflannnation will
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t t A combination of theory and practice, of book study and manual work in
P Eni-ineeriniF. Arriculture. Chemistry. Electricity, mechanic Art
T and Cotton Manufacturing. Full Course's (4 years), Short Courses ( year),
r Special Courses (3 'mot.). ' Tuition and room, $10 a term; board $8 a month, q
r 30 teachers, 869 students, new building
Etthe A. &H. College.",,,
: -' v ' ? president GEO. T. WINSTON, Raleltfb, N. C :
: THE NOITTIi iCJAIMIMNA
State Normal atui
Liternry ;- '
" All personB who have anything In theJMillinery Linejwill do well
to SEE MISS PARKER before buying! I have decided to close out
the entire stock AT PRICES NEVER BEFORE T1EARD OF.
'' Everything must goj including
' ' Iiespectfally, -.
3 J- BiSilBR.
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Wire fcreens, Door Bid Window Screen Lawn Moweis, Ice 1 ream
Freezers, Ice Shavers. ' v
. A full line of Hardware, Paints, Oils,' Varnish, Enamels in Gold
Silver and Allnminum. ' ' , '
A new lot Ball Bearing Castors, improved.'
. Our goods as represented,' ' PRICES THE LOWEST.
, Give ns you? orders.
puone 'H..-Qsctilir'Hardware Co.
- H. ! ' 73 IIiddlb M NKW KEHK,' H. O
taatpv tJ at M ettean
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you should saturate a piece
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and fl.00 a bottle.
MAxlaSawJaV MUsltaUlaT LUaaJUlBBt.
for 500. Write for booklet "A-JJfty ;
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Industrial Col lege.
" Session opens September 18th. Expenses $100 to $140;
for non-residents of the Beate $l!0. Faculty of ! a members
Practice and Observation Hchool connected with the College.
Correspondence invited from those desiring competent teach
ers and stenographers To secure board in the dormitories all
free tuition applications should be made before July 16th.
- For catalogue and other information address
PRESIDENT CHARLE D. flclVER,
GREENSBORO, N C.
New Line of liibbons just in.
' ' ' 810 North Front Street,
i ; WILMINGTON,; - N.U
Work at BOTTOM PRICE". Ir
Foreign and Domestic Granite and
1 Marble. - Letlering and Finish the
- S. Best Srtid for latest dpjiio-nH. All
t'A work delivered. ,
Branch yard, Goldaboro, N. C.