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TBE WEEKLY JOURNAL
PublUh! li Two Section, eVsry Tu
day Hd Friday, at M aUddfc Btreet4ew
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plication at the office, or upon inquiry
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buk Subscribers wUI
raceire notieeCof expiration of their sub
scription and an immediate response to
notice wi'.l be appreciated by the
Filtered at the Postofflce, New Bern
fT. a aa second-class matter.
ISeetioi Two, Friday Sept. 26, 1908
NORTH CAROLINA .TARIFF
Under what may be termed the "new
political condition of affairs" In North
Carolina, the reader of North Carolina
newspapers cannot fall to detect a more
sprightly tone In their editorial columns,
and the desire to discuss public issues
Without any fear of being declared "ir
regular," In their political affllla-tlons.
A notable example of this cutting
away" is the Winston Journal, Whose
columns display newspaper thrift and
prosperity, and whose editorlala hate
taken on an alertness which makes them
The Winston Journal has especially
devoted itself to some discussions upon
the tariff question, and Its position may
be said to be on the side of protective
The assertion from this esteemed con
temporary that the trust evil Is not to be
remedied through the tariff, has provok
ed a reply from the Charlotte News,
and this has caused quite a discussion
between these two papers.
Hero is an Interesting discussion
among political friends, and one which
should prove Instructive and entertain
ing to the readers of these newspapers.
Without wishing or attempting to
enter into this friendly discussion, It
can be said there is a newness about
this kind of Democratic newspaper dis
cussion In North Carolina, which pre
sents a most Interesting phase.
Here is a question, both local and
National, and one upon which sides can
be taken by those of the same .political
faith, thus doing away with those per
sonal accusations of broken political
fealty, which are too often employed In
Let this tariff discussion proceed,
with best wishes to each esteemed' contemporary.
LIVE BY WORK, NOT BY WITS.
"We need to get our people back to
the Idea '.that they must earn a living,
not secured by doubtful methods and
modern tricks of trade," says C & Vaw
ter, of the Miller Manual School.
Happy will be our beloved South when
such schools of Industry shall be built
up for all; when our young men learn
that the highest type of manhood is
shown in him who by honest industry
supplies the wants of himself and those
dependent on him. '
It Is a most lamentable fact that many,
verv msnv. of our young mea after leav
ing school, have no nay making a
living unless they go toleeehlng.: The
result U that we have a very large class
of young men waiting for something to
turn up, who think they are educated,
who are too proud to work and who are
too poor to live without work.
Th ,fewwho eucoeed la getting an
office or winning a plsce that pays make
$ae exception. ; ThOimany who must
ears a uyeunooo. ay toe, we m u
brow make the rule. Let us, then, edu
cate the masses so that they can the bet-
j -ter gain their living. Let this be the
ml tha exeerjtion will take care of It-
' With trained, educated thinking,
reading workmen, we will- aeve a-rich,
.prosperous eonntry, dotted alLover with
-lovelyrhappyJiomes, wMlbo, place for
the bar-room and the gambling , hell.
Bach a movement would Indeed .be tae
gnateeUempernnce .work-Ihls eonntry
has ever known. Southern Education
fortnaea to tbelf owners.
This lack of publicity has ceased
many articloa which possessed real in
trtasic merit, to never become well
eaoagh known toeomelato the mar
ket, and become of benefit to peo
ple. Aa with articles of trade and com
merce, so it Is with persons, unless they
shall attract attention by some public
conduct, and thus secure a publicity
sufficient to demand recognition at the
hands of the people.
It mature not that an individual may
have genius of any special kind or
degree, if It is not known and devel
oped, it Is the same as If not possess
ed. The honest merchant in trade with a
large first class stock of goods, unless he
makes known that he has these goods,
through advertising, will not succeed as
well as the merchant who has the poorer
and smaller stock, but who advertises.
But even a reputation once established
In the commercial world, must be kept
before the world by constant pub
licity. This publicity In trade, is gained
through advertising, and success has
only been found in the persistent and
unremitting employment of printers
It Is not enough to simply attract pub
lic attention. This must be gained, first,
and then held through keeping the pub
lic familiar with the name of the article
offered for Its use or consumption by
every kind of device which can be pre
sented to make constantly known tbe
merits of the article.
An article of trade msy have gained a
public reputation, it may have seemed
well established, and Its owner hsve felt
that it was well enough known, so that
further expense of sdvertlaing could be
But this apparent saving has proved
costly In every Instance, as the reputa
tion gained was made of service by some
follower, who noting that the first was
out of the market, as an advertiser,
quickly presented a substitute which
through Ingenious advertising took the
place In the public favor of the first arti
cle, and finally drove It out of public
mind and public use.
The succes of today is only to 1 e
gained and held through constant and
$iorr Reward, $ioo
The .readers: ofj this paper will jbe
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure In all Its stages and that is
Catarrh. Hall's ICatarrh Core Is the
onlv Dosltlve cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system, thereby destroying the foun
dation of the disease, and giving the pa
tient strength by building up the consti
tution and assisting nature In doing Its
work. ' The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers, that they
offer one Hundred Dollars for any case
that It falls to cure. Send for list of tes
P. 8. CHENEY Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by'.Drugglsts, IHc.
Hall's Family Pills are the best ;
WHY THESE SHELLS ?
Some of The Odor Anted Town Arc Rot
Ben of Eaves.
, V v
If there la such a thing of a superin
tending Providence aa Inflaenee or pro
taction from Injury and disease, it is
certainly exercised over the cltUene of
New Bern. For la the natural order of
things anyone breathing the atmosphere
that la reeking with Imparities as It In
some parts of the city Is sre to Inhale
the genu of typhoid fever.
Yesterday the Journal man was on
his beat and while in the vicinity of the
Middle street docks could but notice the
unhealthy odor that arose from that
place. It fairly amelled to heaven and
There are other places vhere there are
nauseating odors threatening the public
health and making a charnel house of
With the practice of a little vigilance
these things can be prevented and If
care is not taken by tbe citizens and
more cleanliness Insisted on by the city
authorities there will be an epidemic of
sickness here that will distance small
pox In a walk.
The odor referred to emanates from
decaying vegetation, fish offal, spoiled
meat and perishable things improperly
cared for. The city and health authori
ties should demand that more care be
taken in regard to this matter.
Lingering' Summer Colds.
Don't let a cold run at this Reason.
Summer colds sre the hardest kind to
cure and If neglected may linger along
for months. A long siege like this will
pull down the strongest constitution.
One Minute Cough Cure will break up
the attack at once. Safe, sure, acts at
once. Cures coughs, colds, croup,
bronchitis, all throat and lung troubles.
Tbe children like It. F. 8. Duffy.
Hospital li Indian polls,
The Resalt of the Trolley Accident
at Plttsaeld Becomes
Special to JoaroaL '
IroiaHAPOLis, Ind.,8ept 93. -Aa a re
sult of the bruises sustained in the trol
ley accident at PltUfleld, President
Roosevelt was forced to abandon his
Western trip. One bruise has developed
Into a slight abscess on the left leg.
President Rooferelt was taken to the St.
Vincent's Hospital, where he was opera
ted on late this afternoon. Ten days
reit Is considered necessary for his re
covery. It Is not yet Known wnetner ne
will remain here or go to Washington.
Stork Visits Gould Yacht
New York, Sept. 'Si. A daughter has
been born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank J.
Gould on board their steam yacht
Helenlta off Oyster Bay. Mrs. Gould
was Miss Helen Kelly, grand-daughter
of Banker Eugene Kelly.
BMntk yf Ihe Kind Yoe Hiw aJwsrs BoajM
DeWet's Son Dead.
The Hague, Sept. 23. Word was re
ceived here today that Izak, the thirteen
year old son of Gen. DeWet, died in
v 1 V 1
AmoBnt uf TuiMc Ueomo wtt
J f A V
i , f.irJcan Huston Liniment . '
' V't or boa th mirttr mlrn n thmuch ILa nuclasaad
ajsm 1 1 T IT ' -1 -' ' 1
Earthquake Shake at Guayaquil.
Guayaquil, Ecuador, Sept. 23 A
heavy earthquake shock was felt here at
1.25 this afternoon.
Panther Arrives at Colon.
Washington, Sept. 22. Word was re
ceived by the Navy Department this
morning that the Psnther has arrived at
Colon. She has on board 400 marines
nder Col. Russell destined for duty en
the Isthmus of Panama.
Fortune Favors a Texan.
"Having distressing pains In head,
back and stomsch, and being without
appetite, I began to use Dr. King's Now
Life PIUb," writes W. P. Whitehead, of
Kennedale, Tex., "and soon felt like a
new man." Infallible In stomach and
liver troubles. Only 25c at .C. D. JBrad
ham'a drug store.
Miners Wreck Train.
l'lltston, Sept. 23. Early this morn
ing (striking miners removed the fi h
plates from the rails of Erie railroad on
the outskirts of the city. The rails
spread and a work train which was pass
lng was derailed. No one was Injured
and the damage is slight.
Use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, for
Eczema, Pimples, Ringworm, Dandruff
and!all!skln diseases. For sale at F. S.
Soldiers Die of Plague.
Washington, Sept. 23. Genera! Chaf
fee reports to the War Department by
mall 34 deaths from cholera among
the enlisted men of the army In the
Philippines between July 10 and August
Take Care cf the Stomach.
The man or, woman whose digestion
perfect and whose stomach performs
its every function is never sick. Kodol
cleanses, purifies nnd sweetens the
stomach and cures positively and per
manently all stomach troubles, indiges
tion and dyspepsia. It is the wonderful
reconstructive tonic that is making so
many sick people well and weak people
strong by conveying to their bodies all
of the nourishment ln;the food they eat.
Rev. J. H. Holladay, of Uolladay, Miss.,
writes: Kodol has cured me. I consider
the best remedy I ever used for dys-
iiepslft and Btomach troubles. 1 was
given up by physicians. Kodol saved
mv llfo, Take It after meals. F. 8. Duf
Not Doomed For Life.
I wastreated for .three years by good
doctors," writes W. A. Greer, McCon-
nellsville, O., "for Piles, and Fistula,
but, when all failed, Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured me in two weeks." Cures
Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Corns, Sores,
Eruptions, Salt Rheum, Piles or no pay.
25c at C. D. Bradham's drug store.
Entered Jail Instead of Ministry.
Lancaster, Pa., Sept. 2i Rev. A. W.
Howe, who came here Trom Virginia to
establish a mission, and who was to
have been ordained to the ministry to
day at SteeKon, was arrested by a Lan
caster detective there this morning, and
brought to the Lancaster jail, charged
by 14-year-old Grace Thornton with a se
. Mitchell Says Nothing.
Wilkesbarre. Sept. 23. When
this morning, and his opinion asked re
garding the calling out of the Thirteenth
Reciment. President Mitchell said he
had no statement to make.
mV lifts You Haw always Bought
CDIwTANT PUBLICITY KIXrED.
Publicity lnjbe fullest sense of the
wnrd. la recoentzed as the most'lm-
portant factor la securing commercial
. A.rt! of not estrsor;!!nary Individ
' t .1 c ., , t'."''. 'i cor -sBt publicity by
' . I,..- i . i t -e end
The Fish Murder.
New York, 8ept 21 Coroner Jackson
today began the Inquest into the death
of banker Nicholas Fish. Tbe police
have a long list of witnesses to prove
detective Sharkey's guilt. The family be
lieve that the disappearance of the
check overt which tbe quarrel between
Fish aad 8harkey took place Is evidence
of a plot to rob the banker.
A Parson's Noble Act.
"I want all tha world to know." writes
Rev. C. 3. Badlong, of Ashaway, R. I.
"what a thoronehlv good and reliable
medicine I found In Electric Bitters.
They cored me of ; jaundice and liver
trouble that had caused me great suffer
ing for many years. For a genuine, all
around cure they excel anythlpg I ever
saw." -Electric Bitters are the surprise
of all for their wonderful work la Live.
Kidney, and Stomach troubles. Don'
fail to trv them Only 60 eta. Satisfac
tion Is guaranteed by O, J). Bradham
' " ; Taxed The Colonies. "..
London, Sept. 28. -The Dally .Mall
this morning says the government has
decided that the Bonth African colonies
are to be required to pay-1500,000.000
towards 4heeost of the South African
Prickly heat cured In one application
by using of nancock's Liquid Sulphur,
It will also cuie Eczema, Fetter, Pimp
les. FJnzworm, Dandruff, Cuts, Burns,
Old Eores, and all skin troubles In
! "i t'ne. wben used as directed. For
Will be no Extra Session.
Washington, D. C, Septcmbor 23.
Advices received here deny on the
highest authority that the President
Intends to call a special session of
Congress after March 4th for the
purpose ot considering tarm revision.:
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula Is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that It
Is simply Iron and quinine In a tasteless
orm. No cure no pay. Price 69c.
Islands Want Transfer Expedited.
New York, Sept. 21. More than one
thousand of the leading residents of
these islands, Including merchants,
planters and householders, have peti
tioned the Danish ministry to expedite
the transfer of the Islands to the United
Maitlahd, Fla, OctobeT 10th, 1901
Tbe Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co,,JBaltl
Gentlemen.- I have had Eczema over
thirty years, have tried many remedies
prescribed by various physicians, but to
nothing has the disease yielded so react-
llv as to Liquid Stjlphttb. I think If
used properly It is undoubtedly a speci
fic for Eczema I have prescribed It for
others with most satisfactory results.
consider it the best remedy for cuta
neous affections I have ever known, and
regard it as the greatest medical aiscov
try or the age. . . 4
. , itespecuuuy yuun,
, W.A.HEARD, M. D,
For sale at F. B. Dnffy's. , ; :
$1000 For The Coal Strikers.
Chattanooga,. TenaV September 82
The Brotherhood : of ; Locomotive Fire
men today - appropriated $1000 to aid
the anthracite miners and an off clal tele
s-ram was sent to President : Mitchell
annouoceing the fact. y
: ' Bewarelot the Knife, p
No profession has advanced more ra
pidly of late than surgery, but it should
not be used except where absolutely ne
cessary. In eafee ef piles for example. It
is i seldom , needed. DeWlU'e Witch
Hazel. Salve ures quickly and perma
mantly Cnequalled for cuts, burns,
bruises, wounds, skin diseases. Accept
no counterfeits. "I was so troubled With
bleeding plies that I lost moch blood and
str,gtn,says, J. O. Phillips, Paris, 111.
K w Witt's Witch, Hazel cured me In a
luort time,' Soothes and heals. F. .
IaveeUfaUea of Accident ' ea
8. A.'L.WUtates Appelated
CengTeas. Report of
Sapt Piklie !
Rauiev, September SSLThe corpor
ation commission , has completed Its In
vestigation Into the wreck on tbe Sea
board Alr-LIne here In which aa engi
neer was killed. "The law requires the
commission to investigate such matters,
but there, streage to say, the law ap
pears to stop and the commission has no
power to act. It does not appear that
any report can be made. ' ' '
The city authorities here are making
no effort to enforce the ordinance against
spitting oa sidewalks and It Is a farce.
It does not appear that any attempt hat
ever been made to enforce It and it is
contemptuously violated. 1
Governor Aycock today appointed the
following delegates to the , National
Farmers' Congress at Macon, Ga,next
month, these being members of tbe
State Farmers' Association named by T.
B. Parker, secretary ot the latter, J. W.
B. Battle, J. W. Atwater, Ransom Hln-
ton, A. T. Uzzell, W. R. Cheason and E.
The State auditor his nearly finished
the work of passing upon the pension
ppllcations. Some counties sent up
very few new applications. New Han
over, for example sent up 14 for soldiers
and 8 for widows. All these passed.
The report of the State Superintendent
of public Instruction shows that there
were built In tbe State during 1902 only
63 new school houses for whites and 45
for negroes, while this year there have
been built 239 for whites and 66 for ne
groes, and 3 for Croatan Indians a total
of 298. It Is found that the school houses
built this year are better than those
A new lodge of Masons Is authorized
at Fairfield, Hyde county.
The number of rural free school li
braries which have been added by the
Bute Is now 862,
The State tax commission will very
probably recommend a lowering of the
amount of Income excepted fo taxation
to $600 and recommend something like
tax of 6 per cent on all excess over
Take a bath In Hancock's Liquid Sul
phur. They are superior to those of the
most celebrated Sulphur Springs, having
the additional advantage of being made
any desired strength. They will cure
Prickly heat, Eczema, and all skin dis
eases. For sale by F. S. Duffy.
September 22, We are glad to an
nounce that Mr JohnTlppett's little son
who bad the misfortune to breakhls hip
two weeks ago is improving.
Mr and Mrs Durham from LaGrange
who have been visiting relatives here
have returned borne.
Diphtheria has about disappeared
from our section. There were only two
cases, Doth colored cmiaren. ,
The ladles of the Union Sunday school
at Stony Branch will give a comfort
tacking party, followed by an Icecream
snpper at Mrs Alex Herring's Thursday
night September 25th 1902. Adralssslon
25 cents for two. Tbe proceeds will be
used for buying lights and furnishings
for the church. A very pleasant time Is
anticipated and every body Is invited to
A Sad Disappointment.
Ineffective liver medicine. Is a. disap
pointment, but you don't want to purge
strain and break the glands of the stom
ach and bowels. ' Dewltt's Little Early
Risers never disappoint. ' They cleanse
the system of all poison and putrid mat
ter and do It so gently that one enjoys
the aleasant effects. They are a ionic to
the liver, Cure biliousness, torpid liver
and prevent fever. F 8 Duffy ;
C ! McLean In Control, f;
-. r r-
Wsshlngton, Sept's 82-Capt, McLean
commanding the Cincinnati, cabled the
Navy Department today that ho has
complete control of tbe situation ra
the Isthmus of Panama
ft For a Lame Back,
j - 2ore muscies,
sor, in fact, all Lameness and Sore-
ness of yoiur body there is nothing
: 4V. wrtlf ArArra m,t thf -nain and in-
- fgh iliUb ft AAA U4 A T w V - -
1 4 flammatioa" 60 quickly aa
v , Mexican , '
t Mustang Liniment.
p'v.li'y'ici3iii6t ireac&'.the'spot your- 4 f
5f self get some one to assist you, for
gE it U essential that ithe, liniment be .
tubbed in most thoroughly. .
; Mexican flustang Liniment
CfWMMnM tha atknetita of harm and all domestic animAls. In fast,
ft hie "trh hfiahrim r't r"1'M' "ttor whoor what the paUaatia.
KSt eg mail w-itf
BWLt. L AtTECTHIN6:i0WBin)1
AS M r, , e l n .
vosu uuj a cuts vrnggisis,
I Cnrts Csolin-lofiituL
the Bowel Troubles of
I Aid j Dilution, RejulAttl
the Dowels, MtMthens
the Child and Makes
iOt BuU U caU to C. J. MOFFKTT. M. D 8T. LOUIS. MO.
nwrtnm alp Dl SL Rasdt. BacntUT ot BlAU. Aosm. T.x Not. SI. lSOS.
1 hADlwatd apoa
it m MtM Id St ftoan. ul tnm
I hm eautultr tap it And m4 It Alno with my chlldru. And Sat Iaaaa mtt
bor ni a toMhiBt ohIM, mtr noonxUaA- imj wAnxd u thu w. would larlublr Iom AIav
TKKTH IN A. And bAffAB At oam AiiminluriB It to him, AndkiA Inipro
UAt dAj on OA noapAraud. I Ann ooAitAnUy ktpt It And aam 1
pleAiurAinADttndlnc in ptAlAfA to All nothAr ot foanf obUdraa.
pWiod WAA DAAASd.
1 foABdit lATAlAAblAmA AftAT tkAt,
ILH8. li. U. OAKDY.
IF YOU WANT
Supreme Court Opinions.
Special to Journal,
Ramcioh September 23. Supreme
Court banded down opinions today.
Parker vs Cobb, from Edgecombe no
Bullock vs Bullock from Edgecombe
Duffy vs Meadows, from Craven, no
Smith vs Garrls from Pitt affirmed.
Lavalette vs Booth from Carteret er
Harrington vs Rawls from Pitt, er
Swift vs Dixon, from Greene, error.
Wood vs Railroad, from Craven, af
Taylor vs Railroad from Hertford,
new trial. .
Jester vs Packet Co from Hertford,
appeal dismissed. -
Garrett vs Hemill from Halifax, new
trial. . -',1
Avers vs Uakely.f rom Hyde appeal dls
Dawson vs Baiter, from Pasquotank,
no error. : t
Royal vs Street Ry Co., from Craven
per curiam affirmed.
Best vs. Mortgage Co., from Greene,
Mfg. Co. vs. Gray, from Craven, per
curiam, affirmed. j
Cox vs. Burck, from Pitt, Jper curiam
THE BEST PRICES,
The BEST Facilities
BRING YOUR TOBACCO
We promise our best , efforts in behalf ot
J. M. HOWARD, Manager,
C. H. RICHMOND, Farmen Warehouse.
los. Co., from Oaalpw,
. . '.WAHTED. -We
would like to ask, through the col
umns ot your paper, if there is any per
son who baa used Green's August Flower
for the cure of Indigestion Dyspepsia,
and Liver Troubles that , has not been
eared endure also mean their result,
such as soar stomach, fermentation of
food, habitual eojetlvenes,: nervous dye-
peals, headaches, despondent feelings,
sleeplessness in fact, any. trouble con
nected with the stomach or liver f This
medicine baa been sold for many yesrs In
all civilized countries, and we wish . tooor
respond with you and send you one of
our books free of cost. If you never tried
August Flower, try one bottle nrsi. we
have never known of its failing. If o
something more serious is the matter
With you. Ask your druggist.
G. G. C.HEKN-, Woodbury, N. J.
plaintiffs appeal dismissed, under' rui
17. ' ' ' ' 1
Worth vs. J Wilmington, from Mew
Banover, plaintiffs appeal dismissed un
der rale n.-M j '
Wood vs. Rowe. from Onslow, plain
tiff's appeal dismissed under rale 17. (
White vs- Lokey, from Craven, ao ef-
' The Bcatfttscrlptloa tor JUlarla.
Chills and Fever Is a bottle of G nova's
TaSTClbbs Chux Toino. It Is simply
Iron aad quinine la a tasteless form. No
fcure-no pay. Price 60a. 1 r ";
Fuel Goei tltlnf .
Washington, D. O, Sept 89. Anthra
cite coal advanced this morning in Waah
lngtoa to 1S a ton. x There are only 4,-
000 tons ot all kinds of coal la the hands
of local dealers and no more is obtain
aM frnm tha Olltntda. . -i i
Bey's Wild Ride For Life.
With family arouni expecting him to
die.'knd a soa riding for life, 18 miles
to ret Dr. Kinc's Kew Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, W. H
Browa of Leesvill, Ind , endured death's
agonies from asthma, but .this wonder
ful medicine gave Instant relief end soon
eared him. Jle writes, "I, now sleep
soundly every; n! ' t,", XJe marvelous
cures , of. Connu ntlon, - Pneumon'a,
Bronchitis, Coughs,; Colds and CJ
prr-s 1's mr .-" ajer't for all; Throat
and Lun? t "outline. Uusranted bottlns
' ' -1 1.1 - Trial botUos free at O D
j fore. . ., j. i-
Snappier, Lanar, Better ita iner
Our line of Griffon llMnd Cloth
ing Men'd Suits in Extra Fine
, Worsteds aria all tne real tning.
vToutha Suite in. Eegant Cassi
. , mere, Childa 2 piece, 8 . piece and
Norfolk knits in fullest assortment
and at prices that require no argu-
ment to sell them, f
There may be some clothing aa
good as ours but not at the price.
j When yob j jinj here ' you buy
fright!1 -:f llU '--iUl -
J. J, BAXTER,
89 Middle Streets
me at o.
The Faiher,of 'Lor0 PrtcesS
We will give you a few of Our' Low; Iioei which we quota hero
I , HT UOOPS,
75e,S6. law Black Brilliautine,
481 1 .! HUCasnmee ;'
25c ' Plains for waists, '
82o 80 In. Flannel in stripes,"
18c Blaek Ratteen :
23f French Satin for dust skirts,
HI i , is-
"48o $3.60 Shoes
f N'S SHOES.
t - ..
1.60 Shoes ;'. ""'
9.00 Shoes &'..:"; a :-'A;.Jif
10e lic flannelettes i ell colors 1.7 Shoes V n i"y t
l & 12,0 Percales " " 7,c Shoes .?
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75 Kiddle ,St. next to, G a si 111 Hdw. Co., New Bern, N. C.
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