IIW BIEJf, GRATIS CODITY, H. C, FRIDAT, SEPTIMBEE 19, 1902.S ICON D SECTION,
Report Made. President Bryan's
Mana;eiLent Commended. -
State Oharter. Name Cerreetea la
Ojtter Caw. Peaslea Appllea
Meat Leas Thaa Expected.
Trees la Capitol Sqaare
ftiLtioH, Sept 17. The annual re
port oa the condition of the Atlantic
and North Carolina K B. made to Oot
Ayeock hut ; evening by Meaara., Beck
with and Ballard, the Bute board of la
ternal Improvements, win be (ratifying
to President June A. Bryan of that
road. The board heartily oommenda hla
adralnlstratto as a. Whole and aaja taeri
tap? pveaenta all along the line and
there li a handsome Increase in boalnee.
The Supreme Court heard yesterday
all the arguments in appeals from the
4th district. There "were only , half a
Btato Superintendent of edaoatlon
Joyner was at I Greensboro today, to be
present at the opening of the term of
the State Normal and Industrial College
A charter was granted by the State to
dy to the Southern Manufacturing
Publishing Company of AsheTtlle, which
will publish a trade journal magazine or
paper devoted lo Southern Manufactur
ing. George L. Hackney and others are
the stockholders. s , ,
Secretary Druner of the; agricultural
department and curator Brlmley of the
State museum left today for Western N.
C. to be absent at least a fortnight.
Secretary Brunei- will collect apples
from a dozen counties and curator Brim
ley will go to Maeon, Mitchell and two
or three other eonatlet after 200 logical
specimens, timber and natural history
specimens. , r
By a misunderstanding the ' name of
the man. Interested In the oyster business
In the upper sounds, whose ease was be
fore the Governor and. Council of Stale,
' was 'given as Hadly. It la Hakeley.
There are two aldea to the question,
which Is yet left undecided. )ne la that
j , the "oyster claims" were taken In good
faith, and are proper, ' the other that the
claim Is on a natural bed, where the oys
ters can be plainly aeen In the shallow
water. ' " ' "
.. The , belief appeara to be deepening
that the action of the white Republicans
In "dropping tho negro" Is Inspired by
President Roosevelt as being in his
view the correct policy In the Southern
statea.,. ;,.!. hi ''sV-ffiV':'
It la learned that D. B. Barger, auper-
lntendent of this division of the Sea
' board Air-Line, will retire October 1, to
look after hla coal mining interests In
West Virginia. "
Congressman E. W. Pon made a nota
bly fine speech here last evening In the
. course of which he made the plain dec
laration iat some Democrats said they
had voted the Democratic ticket under
duress, that la on account of the negro,
and that he wanted to say that the Dem
ocratic party had emancipated such men
and that they must vote ' according to
their principles; that if he believed in
the Republican party he would have the
courage to stand by it, and that he want
. ed. the Democratic party to stand on Its
merits. '..This manly' declaration was
loudly applauded.' as- ti i U J
-'The fact that there are 8600 new ap
plications for pensions does not surprise
Auditor Dixon, who In Tact predicted as
muchJile,5 expects to see over 10,000
pensioners. A good many of the appli
cations are being turned down,, as some
s county. board! of examlnera were so
'fcarolesjasslniplyjtoseadi forward any
and all applications to the State board,
without passing bn their merits or de
merits., ,v ; n , -
'I ' A report' has been made to Got. Ay
cock by Btate botanist Gerald McCar
thy, who examined the trees in the cap
ltol tquare. The report tays the noble
oaka are rapidly losing their vitality.
One Is dead.. This la partly due to the
very dry year and partly to the fact that
the ezcavatlona in the nearby streets are
taking away the moisture which the
t .trees require. The only possible remedy
-v-ia watering, and ha has but little hope
ot success from this. He aayt the trees
will all die and suggests ihat others be
planted at once, so is V be ready to
take their places. Some of the trees In
the square are not suited. He saya fur
ther that the .vitality cf many . of the
oaks In Raleigh Ut affected by the same
Banks Called For Reports.
r 'i Ratuurf; Kept. 17.i-iTbe' Corporation
:t pommlsslon ; calls for . reports of 8Ute
banks up to the close of buslnesa of Sep.
A. V N. C R. R. Directors. .
Special to Journal. , v " ,
BaiiBiosr September 17. -The- Gov
- ernor todsjr appointed: the following
Sate-Directors- of 4ha Atlantic) aad
North Carolina railroad, Charles M.
1 Bnsbee, W. H BnMlh.l.. Harvey, Jaa A.
Bryan, T. W. Dewey, D. D. Hooker, R.
twltoiyior! MJi.h teiii-ff
J. Tf. Gralnfjer waa apnointad; State
Proiy. -. ,
The transDort EIlDatrlck has arrived
at Baa Frandaeo from Manila with 700
soldiers on board. .
Robert 8. MoComdok, United States
Ambassador to AjlatrU-Hunf ary, leaves
new Tore; for Uverpool tomorrow.
The B re wmas tars' Association of the
United States met at Milwaukee and
Hart Michael was re-elected president.
The W. O. T. U., of Schenectady,
N. T, held special attesting last even
tag to pray for the end of the coal
rr- iit.v j .
The training . ahlp Lancaster, now at
New London, Cota., baa beea ordered
to Waahlngton to take part in the Grand
Tb the deVn with the expense." ex
claimed Rev. Wm.Powlck, pastor ot the
Methodist church at Lancaster, Pa
when told how much a suit at law would
coat because he interferred with a Sam
T. Jack performance.
In consequence of the existence of
different views on the proper handling
ot the tariff question, Hon. D B. Header
son of Iowa, Speaker of the House, has
declined the nomination for Congress.
Be does not think that Free Trade in
whole or In part will Improve the con
dition of the country In regard to
' ' ;
The first heavy rains of the year fell
In the laland of Australia recently. The
country has suffered a great deal on ac
count ot lack of rain.
Fifteen miners were killed by an ex
plosion In a mine at North Fork, W. Va.
Steps have been taken by state officials
to atop the prize light scheduled to be
held at Louisville, September 23 between
Terry McGovern and Toung Corbett
It was announced yesterday as coming
from a conference at Oyster Bay that
there would be no revision' of the tariff
during the coming aeealoa of Congress.
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The theory Is expressed that the bit
forest fires were started by meteors.
Floods In India
have rendered 6,000
Naval constructor R. P. Hoosoni who
was granted aalck leave last summer
will aoon take up his duties again.
The steamboat Kron Prinz Wilhelm,
ot the North German Lloyd line made a
trans Atlantic trip in 5 days. 11 hours
and 67 minutes breaking the record.
The Duchess of Marlborough, who has
been the guest of her mother, Mrs. O. H
P, Belmont, at Newport, has returned
to her borne in England.
Work Ion the repairs of the White
house has been delayed by a strike.
Carpenters, masons, painters, decorators
and their assistants are out.
There is a report that the. Pope ex
pect, to place a second cardinal to su
perintend the interests of the Catholic
onurchea In the United States,
The National Bra wmas ter's Conven
tion met this week in Milwaukee.
Over 800 Catholic mleslonarlea in
China are said to have been murdered
by Boxers. iivA f
Mlsa Rebecca Taylor, the youne wo
man discharged from a clerkship la the
war ,offlce at Washington because she
talked too much, haa failed In her at
tempt to be reinstated.
Three volcanoes on the Philippine
Islands are active. They are Macon,
Taal and Balsan. '
Wm. 8. Devery, the former chief of
police of New York City, has beea de
clared winner in the leadership contest
in the 9th assembly district. A statement
filed by Devery makes hla expenses for
the campaign $61,000. ,
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if? h- REELSBORO.
September 16, The farmers are now
very busy picking cotton In this sec
tion.; f , , y- ,
Mr. Henry Allen Gasktns ot Araoa-
hoe was a visitor at this place Saturday
evening and Sunday. i
Mr. Rneben White of PollocksTilla
wu a guest at Mr. William Brinaoa'i
Saturday and Sunday. s t ' ! '
- Little Misses Louiae and Gladys Bar
rlngton of New Bern are visiting friends
and relatives at Seelaboro. ; .
Mr. W. H. Dixon went to New Bern
Saturday ou business. .. t, ; , :
Mr. WhlUhurst Lee of New Bern wu
a visitor at Mr. N. G. Brlnson's Sunday
evening. H " , i '
Miss Jennie Reel who hat beea quite
sick at her home here It Improving.
Hope she will soon get welL
Mr.W." 8. McGregor, of New Bern
wa a visitor at Mr. & A. Brinson't Sun
day night. ''W
Mr. Gene Rosa ot Graataboro, who hu
beea teaching school here baa glvea twe
weeak vacation, to the children can pick
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Permanent Reflstratlon Roll Bent
Wake Ceanty Ialependeata. Charter
U Cempaay te Bore Far OU.
College Netes. Farmers
Coagress la Geortjla.
qaeerf eniiea Ap
RaLKiaR, September 18. The secre
tary ot Btate is sending to the county
election boards copies of the act of 1901
providing for a permanent roll for the
registration of. votere, In compliance
with the terms of the franchise amend
ment to the constitution, ratified la Aug
ust 1900, and which became effective
July 1 of the present year. There are
also sent out the roll books and the cer
tificates ot registration which are given
to those who are decided to be entitled
The , Independents in this (Wake)
county held their primaries today and
Saturday will hold their county conven
tion. It is said that there are already
two or three factions among these Inde
pendents and that their movement will
amount to but little.
A charter wu granted today by the
State to the Union Real Estate Company
of Monroe, of which Frank Armfield and
others are stockholders, and also a char
ter lo the Smith Furniture Company of
High Point, of which W. T. Smith
of Greensboro Is the principal stock
The charter to the Glendon Mining
and Manufacturing Company Is of more
than pasalng Interest, u it gives power
to sink oil wells. It waa said some weeks
ago that oil wells would be sunk near
Ashevllle, but no reference to that mat
ter has since been seen. There are ex
cellent Indications of oil In the vicinity
ot Glendon, which is In the soft coal
Among the callers at the executive of
fice today were president James A.
Bryan and State's proxy, J. W. Graingor
of the Atlantic and North Carolina rail
The number of pupils at the State
school for the blind and the colored
school for deaf mutes and blind already
This Btate will he represented at the
Fanners' Congress at Macon, Ga., by
Prof; Burkett and Prof. Masaey of the
Agricultural and Mechanical College; J
Van Llndley, Gen. W. R. Cox and Ben
President Charles E. Taylor of Wake
Forest College tells your correspondent
that the quality u well u the student
body this time is gratifying and that the
new medical department hu opened
with 10 students.
Auditor Dixon is greatly amused at an
application received from a man who
wants to be put on the pension roll and
uya hla trouble la "disability, because a
man stepped on my heel during . the
war." , Dr. Dixon thinks the man must
have been running and the wind behind
him outran him and stepped on him.
Among today's arrivals wu F. W.
Barnes of Wilson.
The latest arrival at the park "200"
here Is a 6 ft. alligator captured In New
river, Onalow county by several men one
of them from Raleigh. There is another
alligator from Wilmington, i !
. Ex-Senator Marlon Butler la here and
It la asserted by tome that , he la again
taking Intereat In North Carolina poll-
tics. He will not live here this winter,
but at Waahlngton and It Is said will
make that Ma home.
' Sept. 18. Master Bonnie Taylor left
lut Thurday for Onslow, where he will
spend a few days,
Misses Maggie and Elizabeth' Ennett
made a flying trip to Beaufort lut Tues
day. - y;"
Messrs. Furney Taylor,' A.M. Weeks,
L. B. Ennett and 0. P. Williams went to
Beaufort tut Wednesday to attend the
Mrs. Letty Perry and sister, Mlu Ella
Dill of Beaufort, .who bare had a very
enjoyable visit at Mrs. J. W. Bandera,
returned to New Bern last week, "me
" Mrs. B, F. Bandera, who hu beea very
tick for the put week. Is now ImprovJ
ing rapidly; ; ' ,
Mlu Maud" Banders,, ' after a delightful
visit to New Bern andt Trenton, returned
home lut week. , v
Messrs. Leroy and Newt Henderson
of Hubert were the guesta of Mr. L. O.
Humphreyunuay; - h
Cotton to ttflt going at $3.78 per hun
dred In teed.' Out farmers mlued It thla
year by not planting tobacco,' aa It now
Stands superior to any weed.
Mr. J. C. Smith who wu quite tick
lut week with heart disease la better.
Mrs.G. N. Ennett of Cedar Point la
reported lo be very ' tick. - We hope to
see her out again soon. '
Cool weather la gradually approach
ing and we hope for better health In our
Mr. W. L. Humphrey will ' return to
Goldaboro toon to attend achooL. " '
t i vi . i - -i - W. L. H. 1
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CASTOR I A
lor Infanta and CLlliren.
Til ll Y;i tei fep C:t
Considerable Skknest in Town. .Ship
ping Hews. Bot Stuff.
Sept 17. Mr. Pete Smith and wife of
Trenton, were visiting here last week;
they were the guests of Mrs. J. T. Bart-
Mr. B. H. Hatcher and alster, Mlu
Berta, of Falson's, were the guests of
Rev. L. M. Hobbs and wife, last Friday,
Saturday and Sunday.!-'
Mlu Joale Hobbs, slater of Rev Hobbs
here, la visiting her brother and wife
who still continues on our sick list,
though much better at thU writing. She
hu had a severe case of malarial fever,
with a little typhoid thrown in.
Mr. Willie Ward and Muter Cannon
Prettyman are both quite sipk with ma
larial fever. -jU. -
Dr. F. H. Blount is kept very busy at
tending the sick, but seems to under
stand hla business well.
Tour scribe is under the weather con
siderably thla and last week not being
able to Jump about much, he has so said,
the"Topsy valves," guess you know
what that . is, if not, ask Commodore
Geo. R. Young, he has the same dig-
Schooner Benj. Russell, Capt. Jno.
Thomas, cleared today with 160,000 feet
ot lumber for N. Y.
Schooner Joseph, Capt. Ed. Foster,
shoved off her ways here last Friday
looking new as a brass pin, and left to
day Tuesday 10th Inst., for Wilmington
for goods and brick for Marine and com
pany of this place.
Lots of goods now in our berg, most
all the merchants have most of their fall
stock, but it seems they don't much
care whether they sell them or not, as
they never advertise them in the pa
Sharpie Bessie and Ellis, Capt. Sewell
and C. Hay, Capt. Plttman made quick
trips this week to New Bern and return,
in three days, and head wind one way.
Improvements still going on; the mam
moth mill building is nearlng completion
fast, and but for the sickness of Mr. T.
M. Woodhull, who is not able to get out
much yet, the steam launch Just finished
would have been running on time. Mr.
Woodhull, has some iron work on
the launch to do, that others here can't
We had a right big Snow In town last
Sunday night, In the person of Rev. C.
P. Snow our former Methodist Circuit
preacher, who filled the pulpit for Rev
F. S. Becton, the pastor here, who was
conducting a protracted meeting at
Queen's Creek church, to a large con
gregatlon. Bro. Snow gave us a good
talk and we were very glad to see htm
Rev. C. B. Paul of Wilmington, came
out to assist Rev. L. M. Hobbs of this
place, in a protracted meeting at Enon
chapel last week.
Mr. J. A. Pittman hu a fine cow that
glvea one gallon at a milking, he has
more than one good milk cow.
Mesdamet Bettie Plttman, Jenny
Davis, Sudle Bell, and Henrlette Farnell
went to Queens Creek lut Tuesday to
the protracted meeting there, they re
ported tlx joined to date
"Any one desiring a windy discourse
upon the rosy prospects ot electing in
dependent candidates in this county next
November would do well to correspond
with George Wuhington Ward the gase
ous minded father ot all political fables"
Such is the paragraph in the big four
horse doubled eyed mammoth abated bull
dog of a celebrated weekly so called news
paperln Onslow county so sald,at Jackson
vllle, we don't know who the author of
the above was, but we do know he needs
a mothers' love and a fathers' care, bet
ter learn, some common sense my little
man, before you start out to criticise, ea
pecially those who have forgottou more
sense than you will ever know.
Our place opened with two good
schools last Monday morning the 16th
Inst. Rev. B. H. Matthewa In the Bap
tlst church and Miss Katie Plttman in
the school house, both private schools
and right well attended. We don'
know when the public school will begin
here, we say hip, hip, boo rah for Swam
boro, we soon will have our raidroad.
Weekly Crop Bulletin.
The Weekly Crop Bulletin for week
ending Monday, September 16, la u fol
lows; - t
The amount of precipitation received
during the week waa considerable, oc
curred chiefly on the 8th and 9th, and
wu fairly well distributed. In only a
few localities was the rainfall heavy
enough to cause slight damage to crops,
and generally it had a beneficial effect
on field peaa, late potatoes and turnips,
betides placing the soil In excellent con
dition for plowing. The weather wu
cool during the entire week, and the
mean averaged over 6 degrees, below the
normal for the season. Light frosts oc
curred in the mountain region on the
10th and 11th, and probably also on the
14th and 16th without causing any dam
age. Conditions were favorable for
gathering crops and for farm work; fall
plowing hat begun to make more rapid
progress; tome winter oatt have , been
town; making pea-vine hay Is under
way., ::.( .x i,a.:x htpl
Much ot the early corn crop hu been
gathered; late corn wat a little benefitted
by rain; it la now generally near matur
ity; com on bottom lands and on rich
toll It very good. Pulling fodder contin
ues In the west. Old cotton wu not help
ed by rain, but though the rainfall wu
quite heavy In ' tome counties; very few
reporti of damage by staining were re
ceived; late planted cotton wu benefit-
CURED BY PE-RU-NA,
Hon. J. A. Simpson, Secretary of the
Board of Education of San FranclaeoJ
Cal writea: t
"f aare found Ptmam ma Afaev raalcU
Soma enontna Agolautttnd with doom
nutbenlm (MjrttemJe catarrh), canted
by too do application to office woitj
My ayttem teemed worn out and 1 Mi
far from well. I foood Pentoa beaei
Bted me very much. It built up the
entire ayatem and made me wef like a
new man. I believe It la well worthy,
the high prmhe bestowed upon It. "
J. A. SIMPSON.
Syatemio catarrh always gives rain
warning of its approach, and can bel
illy warded off by the proper treatH
ment. Floating brown specks before
the eyes, mental confusion, fits of ner
vous headache, sleeplessness, flashes oi
heat, chilly sensations, palpitation, irri
tability, despondency; any of these
symptoms or all of them should bel
promptly met by the use of F eruna.
Contrreeaman E. V. Brookshlre, from)
Indiana, in a recent letter from Wash-j
lngton.D. C, says:
"From what my friends say, Pertuxal
Is a good tonlo and a safe catarrh cure.'M
E. V . Brookshlre.
"Summer Catarrh," a book written by
Dr. Hartman, President The Hartman
Sanitarium, on the subject of tho ner
voua dlaturbanoes peculiar to summer,1
sent free to any address by The Penma
Medicine Co., Columbus, O.
ted as some correspondents report blos
soms seen near the top indicating with
deferred .frost, the formation of some
top crop. Cotton is opening rapidly and
picking Is advancing as fast as possible
It appears that the bulk of the crop will
be out by the middle of October While
below the average, , the yield will be a
good one,exceed!ng last year's crop. To
bacco still uncut In north portion is be
coming rather coarse. Rice seem to be
a very good crop. Gathering minor crops
is progressing favorably. Crimson clover
Is up with good stands; late Irish pota
toes look well. Fall apples are short and
September 18th. Miss Julia Slngletary
and mother of Southport are visiting at
Mrs Thot Slngletary.
MrSJ Lane returned Friday from
Klnston where he went to consult Dr
Hyatt about hit eyes.
Mr AM Williams went to Beaufort
Sunday taking with him his daughters
Lula and Clara Simpson to attend school
Mlsa Eva Williams and sister returned
to Greenville Monday after an extended
visit to relatives and friends.
Miss Hattle Griffin Of Washington vis
Ited relatives here lut week.
Miss Lettle White It at home again
after a stay of several months In Wash
ington and Grlfton.
Dr L C Covington left Tuesday for
Messrs S J Lane J M Lancaster and B
R Warren went to Greenville Monday
and returned Tuesday. ' s
Mr W E Brown left Sunday for north
em cities to buy bit fall stock.
It Is very dull here now, the farmers
are all very busy harvesting their
crops. ' i v"--:;- '
There will be services Sunday after'
noon In the M. E. church, also a pro
tracted meeting will begjn at Butler's
church about four miles from here.
We regret very much to chronicle the
death of Miss Emma Smith at Choco-
wlnlty, N. C. ,on September 6th. She
wu a sister of Dr. B. J. Smith of our
town. She had been visiting in Green
ville and Wuhington, and came lo
Chocowinlty for a short stay. . Her
death wu unexpected. She was a con
tlstent member of the Episcopal church.
A good woman hu gone to join loved
ones on the other shore. Her remains
were brought to Yanceboro and Interred
in the family burying ground, to await
the resurrection morn. She leaves one
brother, some nieces and nephews to
mourn her lost, , , , , ,
!, ;: The JTew FirmV .
It constantly receiving fresh goods
every day.' yx'Ts-v'- n tm y-i s
We have just received a fresh lot of
Fulton market Corn Beef the finest that
comet tojthlt market also fresh lot of
Elnghamt Best Hams,' Breakfast Bacon,
Picnic Ham Richmond Shoulders, etc
We with you all to give us a call thank
ing yon In advance, we are' . p. ;
.y, ! '';( 'itoure to pleue," . '
McGEHES & WILLIS.
Phone 137. ,(..;-,,ir-t m r'H;w. w
, Store 77 Broad street. ' !
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: Fresh Jot Force: FooSj juat ' tecelved
those having ticket! can - tend them In
with 6 cents and get a 16 cents package
' j. A. SIMPSON.
T8ey B'd of Education, San Fraaelaoe.
m j.,rarker Jr.
Freeh Cream Cheese.
Balogna Sausage. '
Small Pig Ilanif, English Cured Shoulders, Breakfast
Strips. '' ,. . , j,
Fresh lot Fancy Elgin and Clover Hill Print Butter.
neinz s nciies doio sour
Veal Loaf, Ham Loaf, Potted Ham and Tongue, Chip Beef.
Fresh lot Cottolene.
Force, Cream of Wheat and Na Bob Pan jCake Flonr,
Fresh Oat Flakes and Grits. .
Fresh Prunes. Full stock of Starile and Fancv Groceries.
B- Iff fU MYTH
Id. k J
'Phone 91. 71 Broad St. g
Elm City Lumber
Km. H. Front
a store in New Bern that sells
to all. ' i ; i '
Is it to your interest to trade
Let us reason together.
A prominent merchant of this
of his profits annually for bad debts.
Anothervstates that not less than 6 per cent, is lost by crediting
in the failure to charge goods. , ; ,
Who pays for these losses ? ( Why you who pay for your goods.
The Bee Hive selling for cash saves you at least 10 per cent, tot
we add nothing on for prospective losses. 4tt.,
In our window we ate showing e House
keepers Linens. We are strong on these
goods. " "
An Excellent Union' Huck Towel 18x38, lOd
A Good Linen Towel, 18x36 p "' ';12ic
An Extra Large, Full Bleached Datnask
Knotted Fringe, 36q value.7 V, , ,.: o 26tt
As aboye better value ; .l 5 .! 36o
As above, excellent value 450
Table Damask 50c to $1,50 per yard ; 1
Napkins from 50c to $5.00 dozen ' ! ' ,;
Aii tuese xe excellent values
DufTy's Old Store, 61 Pollock St.
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Wire Screens, Door and Window Bcreens, Lawn MoTfers,IceJCream
Freezers; Ice Shavers. - ji'M ni -.' ..:;. jh . . .
AfuUlineof Ha Col
Silver and Alluminum, v;.;; ' ' ,f. i'. ; '." 1 iwAs'..n,iP i-m,. ..;
WloVBall Be&g v! '" 1
, , Oni trnnAa aa anwsaV-Xj ' TiTJTrrria 'frirtt'T rvttrfi-iH, t 1 .- .'."
' Give tj yonr orders,
phone ;VR,?f : Qnc!iill llr:
147. 73 I' i tf-:
ana sweeu ')
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W. 8. FECI & CO
Famous from Ocean to Ocean.
Guaranteed to "be as Represent
ed or Money Refunded. ,
All garments bear the Union
Label which ia positive proof of
, their sanitary condition and , that
they are TAILOR-MADE. .,.
s HONESTLY flADB.
ASK FOB IT !
FOR SALE BY
Co. Store Dep't,
A Eden Mta. '
Under the ' Sun
absolutely for cash,' and at oil price
there?: . . , ,..
city states that he allows 10 pet dent
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