The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which baa beat
la use for over 30 Tears, hu kwii Hut iinibM
and haa been made under Ms per
ffflit"fi xnal supervision alnee Ita tnfaaey
A T1ru im mm tin dMiln mn In 1 la-
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Jtut-AA-ffood'! axe ba
ExperJnifiJits that trifle with and endanger the health as?
' Infiuita and Children experience against Experiment
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Gtvstorin is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare
goric, Drops and Sooililnjr Syrups. It la Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other. Kareotlo '
substance. Its age is Its guarantee. , It destroys Worms
v And allays Feverishncss. It cures. DiarrhoB and , 'Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It asftiniliates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You HaYe Always Bought
In Use For Over -30 Years.
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A THRIVING CONCERN.
TheG. H. Waters & Son Manufacturers
of Buggies And Car
riages. There are IVu Industries In the rity of
Kew Hoiii mnrr ileswvliig of liluh praise
tban the. carriage manufactory i.f G. H.
Waters ami Sod on Broad street.
Such enterprises as this often does a
town more good than a more pretentious
concern; for it should always be remem
bered that it Is not the size of the plant
but t lit: quality of goods that is turned
out that really establishes the success of
By dlliKonco and good workmanship
Messrs Waters & Son have built up
splendid trade from very small begin
nings. They begau the carriage making
business heje in 1890 what Is known at
the Duffy building occupying a part of
the building. Two years later they went
Into their plant whero they are located
now and are turning out most excellent
Their shops aro eqnfpped with the
very best machinery, tools and material
for a modern factory and to supplement
these necessary articles there are brains
to direct the building of thclrrarlous pro
Aa good a recommendations as they
could wish is that their goods are In de
mand all over the country and New
Bern people are entirely satisfied with
their work. ;
Evidences of their skill and workman
ship may be seen on every band on our
street. They will not allow any carriage
maker to sell high grade buggies and car
riages lower than they do.
.Tbey have the best facilities for rub
ber lire work and have some fine speci
mens of their manufacture.
They do repair work In a satisfactory
North Carolina Pensioners.
Iialclgh, Sept. 23.-8tate Auditor
Dlinn, after a careful look at the new
applications from 25 of the 97 coun
ties says there will be between 11,000
and 12,000 pensioners. .There Is only
1200,000 to be divided among these,
and as a result of the Increase of about
2,000 pensions will be smaller in amount
than In 1901, The pension warrants will
be sent out about Dec 15th. . ,
i ' t A vegetable liquid for governing or
i Banalizing the flow of women's menace
which occur about once in every lunar
month. . - .
. . BRADFIELD'S
U the essential qnalltjr of powerful herbs.
Effective, ralinnle and harmless in nature,
; simplicity and solace, f . H . . '
... It la a concentrated essense beat adapted
for women's delicate organism, and pat in .
such form that It Is not only palatable, but
can be properly assimilated and taken late 1
the system. , , . . ' .
fitonrjares. saDDreseion. ealnfal obstruo.
Hon, Irregularity, of the menses and sickle
Iowa are corrected and cured by the regular
administration of this superior eejmeoa
sroaue. Menstruation, or periodlo flows, neoes
tat a breaking; dowa ot calls lining the
mucous membrane and a reconstruction
after every sickness, which ia acoompanled
with marked congestion and loss of blood.
Such changes are very apt to produce
lOimnlo catarrh. Leunorrhea or whitaa la
ieunorrnea or w nit
h reeult of these Irritating discharges.
KefluMter cures um truuoiee ana restore
So perfect health the patient who suffered
he debilitating losses. Buy of druggists,
"ourluustrated book, "Perfect Hearts) tat
' Wasaaa," free. . . ,:,, -',,, ...,.
THB BRADFIELD REOULATOR Ca
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Death of Two Old Residents. Good Mar
ket for Cotton.
Sept. 23 The weather baa been Or e
but very coo: for lha past week.
Mr. and Mr'. D. 8. Sanders of Beau
fort .spent last Wednesday In this
One by one the old land marks paas
away. On Wednesday last, Mr. Lock
hart Glbbt of Worth river quietly passed
away. Mr. Qlbbs bad been In poor
health for some time but did not seem
any worse than usual, his son who was
with him In his room helped him to
comfort himself and turned away and
when he turned back the bid man had
passed away, age 83.
Mr Henry Dudley of this place passed
away on Saturday about noon, at the
age of 81 years. Mr. Dudley was afflicted
with paralysis, and had been sick for
some months, but he bore his sufferings
with ohrlatlan fortitude to the end. Un
cle Henry (as we had all learned to call
him) waa s devoted husband and father.
He leave a companion and several chil
dren to mourn their loss. Burial ser
vice waa conducted by Revs. J. B. Bus
sell and J. R. Jennette. .
Mr. O. M. Dudley is very sick.
Quite a number of North river people
were ove Sunday to attend the burial ot
Mr. Henry Dudley
We have quits s good cotton market
here, the staple la going brisk at three
per ponnd in the seed.
A Wise Woman.
Manager Green informs us that he Is
negotiating with the managers of "A
Wise Woman" for one night. He says
there is very little chance for inch a
company having a date open No mat
ter, let them know we are on earth. We
may catch them on their return. You
must remember, 'twas wind that made
Chicago. Keep blowing your horn.
The work being done on the old Neufe
road Is very commendable. ' ':
For some months this work has been
going on and now the result can be seen
and appreblated,When completed, It. will
be of lasting benefit to the city of New
Bern and to the country people also. In
fact, the benefits to be derived from this
Improved road can only be estimated
after a time of actual use. .
The side ditches have been opened to
a suffllolent depth to carry away any
ordinary amonnt ot water that may all
and the road bed has been very consider
ably raised. The crooked places have
been straightened and the roadway
widened to the legal width. ! J j v
In making the roadbed very good
Judgment seemed to have been displayed
In the use ot the material at hand, which
was dirt.' The baas of the road was
formed ot soft dirt dug from the ditches
than several Inches ot a sticky clay was
laid on, and afterwards a covering of
coarea r'and, which becoming Incorpora
ted with the clay forma a solid compact
surface that will wear tor years,
, This road work; Is entirely experimen
tal In this section but It la hoped the re
sults will encourage the prosecution of
It until all the leading roads in the coun
ty Is put In good condition, f The fiperl-
ment so far . has probably proved ery
eipenslve, because the work has been
done by shovels and carta,1 whayeas, If
good road machinery bad been procured
and used., the . same work could have
1 been accomplished and Jn ,a fraction of
the time. --'-H ;:; 3? i i
' It Is hoped that the county and city
wm get togetner , ana purchase gone
good np-to-date road machinery and. go
at this road building la a business Uke
s :Tae Coal Strike. ,
( New York, September n.w.MItekel
returned to WUkesbarre today.' He did
not meet the coal presidents. He carried
home twenty-lire hundred dollara real
ized from the benefit concert of actors,
at the Bowery theaera last sight. -
KEGRO HURT : BY EHGDfE,
UUj Elk, u Ex litres Sects Vlti a
Terrttls Aecidcst -Bandy
KUs, or Barron, a colored man
VM dasfsrooaly tad padtapt fatally lav
Jand yesterday, by yard MftM oat lha
A. N, O. .ifilrasaVv fU.awdiUon at
preseat U said a U very series, but he
stay recover i spits fii advaraa elroum-
He sad for the MftM yee been em
ployed at tfc railroad .shops aa clesaer
tad XaUsfcer and. hasv been 1 the habit
of siding to UaJtosa) on the pilot ot the
yard angina. He Uvea on Wail street.
Is ateppiag off thv sngiss . ha evidently
slipped froea the Bering train or made
asiastep sad fell av that the wheels of
the engine mrer both logs, crushing
He waa raanovedto hia hocnaa short
dlatasoe away by the train erew, and Dr
primrose, tha .company's surgeon waa
called, h took . toasaUt him Dr. J. F.
Tbey ware obliged to amputate both
legs r one inat. below the knee and the
other ,nsar the. ankle.
Ho is nearly 60 yaars ot age and nat
rally i would not bo able to stand so
great, a shock and probably win not live
' Ho was well known and popular, with
hla coworkers. .
A SMALL DEPARTMENT STORE.
The 0m. Lumber Co, Jlay Well
That WstiucUoB For Their
What the:, department store with Its
endless . stock of everything Is to the
great city trade, the Elm City Lumber
Company'a store la to the people of
New Bern. . It answers the very purpose
that the groat stores of Wannamaker In
Philadelphia. Macv In New York or
Hlegel, Cooper ft Co. In Chicago.
The store on South Front street has
just received a new stock of fall goods
which will be sure to please and satisfy,
The second story of the building Is de
voted to the sale of clothing, hats and
shoes. One will And exactly what he
wants there at a price he can afford to
pay. All the goods are stylish and made
and sold upon honor.
On the first floor will be found a line
of groceries that will meet every possl
ble exigency of man's gastronomic needs
A fresh stock of teas, coffees, sugars and
all staple and fancy groceries; nice con
confectionary, cigars and tobacco; drugs
and patent medicines. There will also
be found here a supply ot all kinds of
The manager la Mr. J. E. B?nton, a
young man of acknowledged mercantile
abllty and popular socially a combina
tion which is bound to make a success,
air. Denton la a wide awake manager
and haa a deep interest In his store.
Bon. Lee 8. Overman of Salisbury will
speak In New Bern on the night
The New Rem Circulating Library
will be opened every day from 4 to 7 p.
nu, and from 8 to 0 p. m. until further
A direct wire with New York has
been pot In J. E. Latham & Co's office
and they are able to receive full market
reports from New York and Chicago.
Bale cotton la being sent In slowly,
coming mostly on the river steamers.
The buyers are paying $8.00 to $8.50 per
hundred weight for the staple.
Quite a crowd of farmers were In the
city yesterday, mostly tobacco growers.
They came from Newport, and up in
Jones county, with a small sprinkling
f rom Pamlico county.
, The tobacco , market was very active
here yesterday. , Big breaks were made
It aach, warehouse.. The prices are still
good, and the growers are well pleased.
The Planters aold 20,000 pounds at good
Mr. 8.8. : Waters of Black Swamp,
Jones county was here . again yesterday
with a load of 668 pounds of tobacco
which be sold at the Planters for $136.23,
an average of about 31 cents the pound.
Mr. Waters ,aays he , has 2,000 pounds
more of fine tobacco which he Intends to
sell on this market.
, Among the successful contestants for
admission to the - Naval ' Academy at
Annapolis, the names of Messrs William
B. Stevenson and Matthias K. Manly, ot
this city, are noted In the n Washington
Post of Tuesday. , They attended the R.
I Wests preparatory school at Annap
.oluMtThe young , ganttamen : have been
ordered to report at Annapolis tor phy
sloal examination Thursday. September
K.x They leave for that city today with
the beat wishes ot their friends for their
A Qnlck Trip.
The 76 f yawl, - Fanny, from New
York,, a anchored off the Old Dominion
dock, and will remain here for .some
time.- Her master, Capt L. F. McNett,
says she saade tits trip from New York,
to Inside of Hattoras In 61 hours a very
quick snd pleasant voyage.
The Captain announces that his boat
is ready to charter by the day, wees; or
month at reasonable terms. .. Persona de
siring a nice pleasure trip or desiring to
go hunting or Ashing will do well ,to see
him. He may be found at Hotel lChali
lawka. ; , j .
Aa Elopement iu Society. -
A dashing young widow and a gaUant
young society man recently contrived to
outwit their friends; ran away and vers
married. All. parties are keeping the
affair a secret as yet. but there wlll.be a
great commotion In local society whet)
the details of the-affair , and the names
of the principals are made public which
will no doubt be eoon. . It la freely pre
dicted that! everyone , will v know all
aboat the runaway match by the end of
the week. -.. - ,
AUrre Rattlesnake Killed. ReUgtou
Sept 22. Bnnday was the regular ap
pointment for Rev. D. H. Petree, and ho
gave as an able sermon. He will not
protract until the week following the fd
Sunday in October.
Wo are having quite a number of vis-
itors In Olympla at present.
Mr. V. D. Allen and daughter Fannie,
and Mr. L. W. Dunn of Aurora, were
Mr. Thadeus Brlnson and hla sister,
Miss Llllle, of Arapahoe were In Olym
Mr. Orley Lokey of Rlverdale, is visit
ing friends at Olympla.
Mr. Ernest Hern, Mr. Johnny Cuthrell
and Mr. David Wayne, of Wilmington
visited ua Sunday.
Hiss Cora Hollon, of Reelsboro vis
ited her uncle In Olympla last Sun
Mrs. C. D. Uolton went to Edwards
during last week to see her mother who
Is quite sick. Later, Mlas Lucy, her
danehterwent to Edwards. They are
expected to return In a few days.
Mr. W. W. Speights and son went to
Mr. M. O. Holton killed a large rattle
snake, having twelve rattles and abut-
too, on his farm last week. The snake
measured tour feet two Inches, less the
rattles. This Is not the snake that was
spoken of in the Bayboro Sentinel."
DISTRESSING STOMACH DISEASE.
Permanently cured by the masterly
power of "South American Nkbvins
Tonic." Invalids need suffer no longer,
because this grest remedy can cure them
all. It Is a cure for the whole world of
stomach weakness and IndlgetJon. The
cure begins with the first dose. The re
lief It brings is marvelous and surprising
J , makea no failure: never dlsappointa.
No matter how long you have suffered,
your cure Is certain under tne use ol this
great health-giving force. Pleasant and
always safe. Sold by G. D. Bradham
Powers Oppose Russia's Move.
Constantinople, Bept. 22. The deci
sion of the Sultan to permit four Rus
sian torpedo boats, which arc In reality
torpedo boat destroyers, to pass the Dar
danelles Is considered here to be a viola
tion of an international convention, and
action In the matter Is expected from the
other signatory Powers.
Uncle Sam to Have Flower Show.
Washington, Bept. 22. The finest ex
hibition of chrysanthemums ever made
In America Is to be held In November at
the Department of Agriculture. The
Department has 130 varieties, two plants
of each growing on its grounds.
Morgan Helps Coal Charity.
New York, Sept. 22. J P Morgan has
i contributed more than $20,000 to the
Nathan Straus Free Coal Fund.
Alphine Climbers Fall Over Preci
pice. Geneva, Sept. 22. Two French tour
ists, two guides and three porters, who
were making an ascent of Mont Blanc,
have fallen over a precipice, snd It Is
feared that they were all killed.
Bears the . Zf KiBd Ytm Haw Always
Recently a young Frenchman of good
family, but very poor, fell in love with
a banker's daughter, and, obtaining a
letter of Introduction to her father,
ealiedion him. lie found hiin at homo,
ind a! pleasant conversation followed.
As he talked, however, the young
men 'fumbled with n (told coin, the only
money he possessed, and when he rose
to take leave bo removed it from hhi
waistcoat pocket and put it, without
thinking, Into his trousers pocket As
he was strolling home ho looked for
tho coin, but, alas, it was not to be
found, for there was a small hole in
his trousers pocket, and as soon as he
had put it in it fell noiselessly on tho
Velvet carpet in the banker's drawing
As he sorely needed the money the
young man, though much against bis
will, resolved to go back and inquire
about It -
"Yes," said the banker ns ho entered;
"I found a gold coin on the carpet as
soon as you left the room, and' I was
not surprised, for I lost a similar coin
in that very place two days ago. This,
therefore, is my money, and we, will
now look for yours."
The banker smiled ns he spoke, but
the penniless young man turned his
back on him and abruptly left the
house. . .v '
Up to the Times. M
"Them New York bunko men has a
new game." said Uncle EzraTuttleas
be took his accustomed seat on the
"That so?" asked the grocer. --
"Yep. I was op to the city last week
an' the feller that, always sold me my
gold bricks Isn't handlu' nothin .but
chunks o' coal now. 4M -tv'
King Leopold's Action.1 ) ;
; Brussels, Sept. 22. The aosndalj aris
ing from King Leopold's , dismissal of
his daughter, the Princess Stephanie,
from the bier of tbe late Queen Marie
Henrietta, at Spa, yesterday; is agitat
ing all classess. Popular sympathy Is
expressed for the Princess The pub
lic's hope that the death ot the Queen
would lead to a reconciliation of Leo
pold and tbe Princess, on account of
her; marriage with Count Lonyay, Is
v '" - ' OllForFuel. w
, New York, Scp'ts 23. The American
liner Kensington arrived here today hav
Ing made a successful experiment with
fuel oil on the passage. ,. , '
FOR' THE HOUSEWIFE
FTcrnch ataahreilSerr the Rase.
Centerpiece with the accompanying
mats for candelabra still hold away
.where specially .designed and embroid
ered dinner cloths are out of reach.
and, as always, conforms In else and
shape to the table on which tbey ore
used. The very neatest vf these center
pieces and dollies (In which are In
cluded the ever fashionable "place" or
plate dollies,'' so popular for lunch
eons or high teas) are embroidered In
the mercerized cotton In French em
broidery, in the most delicate and in
tricate designs, and, as the materials
are .within the reach of even the mod
est purse, they vie with the most gor
geous of tho creations, their quiet ele
gance and apparent simplicity giving
that ineffable tone of refinement never
attained by anything but simple white.
Thla French enebroldery in the white
mercerized cotton seems to be the rage,
and dollies, table runners, center
pieces and in fact all table linens lend
themselves readily to the graceful con
ventional designs, while the soft fibers
of the cotton mat together Into smooth
ness of surface that facilitates the
progress of even a beginner In this old
fashioned stitch that was fast becom
ing a lost art.
Foot For Herrsraa Iadlrldaala.
As a rule salt meat la not adapted to
the requirements of nervous people, as
nutritious juices go Into the brine to a
great extent. Fish of all kinds is good
for-them. Raw eggs, contrary to the
common opinion, are not as digestible
as those that have been well cooked.
Good bread, sweet butter and lean
meat are the beat food for the nerves.
People troubled with insomnia and
nervous starting from sleep and sensa
tions of falling can often be cured by
limiting themselves to a diet of milk
alone for a time. An adult should take
a pint at a meal and take four meals
daily. People with weakened nerves
require frequently a larger quantity of
water than those whose nerves and
brains are strong. It aids the diges
tion of these and seems to have a di
rect tonic effect. Science News.
Chair and Cradle.
Adcloc Nndenu of Fitchburg, Slass.,
has patented a cradle which can be
converted into a rocking chnir. An ex
amination of the picture will show
how the cradle can be altered to form
tbe chair. The center panel of the
front drops back into the bottom of
TWO IN ONE.
the cradle, with the two shorter panels
on either side folded over it. Then the
rear panels fold around behind the
back, leaving -the ends of .the cradle
free to fall-outward. The ends of the
bed are then . lifted to form the. arms
on either side of tbe seat, and the panels
are locked in place by books or bolts.
For pork salad one requires left over
lean meat from a tender young pig.
Tho meat can scarcely.be distinguished
from veal or the white meat of chicken.
If the pork has been slightly corned,
the flavor .will be all tbe finer. Reject
every morsel of browned meat, fat or
gristle and cut into tiny pieces. Mix
with an equal quantity of chopped eel
ery and serve with mayonnaise dress
ing ; exactly as if you ,wero making
chicken salad. You can Impart a pleas
ant and unique flavor to the salad by
using equal quantities of celery and
crisp acid , apples. Slices of beettcut
Into diamonds or hearts make atpretty
garnish for this salad. Before yomadd
a. mayonnaise marinate with a French
dressing foi several hours, settlngflt In
the refrigerator till it is required for
The Piano's Enemies.
Moths and dampness are two ene
mies of the good health of the' piano.
The Instrument should be dusted regu
larly, of course, but a good plan. Is to
leave it open for a time, at least while
It is played upon, as the dust which
rises from the hammers then finds a
necessary outlet The piano (If it must
stand against the wall) should be
placed so that at least four Inches sep
arate it from the partition, and wher
ever possible the wall near which it is
muBt not be tbe outer wall of the house.
The Wedding; Gown Box.
The wedding gown box Is one of the
latest fads to bo adopted by the bride
to be. That every bride possessed of
hny sentiment wishes to keep her .wed
ding gown in a state of preservation is
a foregone conclusion, and this recep
tacle is admirably suited -for the pur
pose for .which it iwas designed. It is
made ot light wood, enameled white
and has the bride's initials In silver
letters on tbe top. , It is lined with
tufted .white satin and the lock is ot
all of the nourUhment, health and atrength it contains 8 ne ooay
hettied ma anr.
"jS?Ya in a long
iy by B. d TjaWltt
Oscar king, Cherry Valfe
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...-, "-"a Bronchitis,
"Kodot Dyspepsia Cora la 1
ZZ,:mZLa?VV',m" lessaoli Troubles. ' ,
Eczema. Psoriasis, Salt
Rheum. Tetter and Aciie
Belong to that class of InAarsmatory said disfiguring skin eruptions that
cause more genuine bodily discomfort and worry than all other known
diseases. The impurities or sediments which collect in the system becsnsst
of poor digestion, inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are
taken up by the blood, saturating th system with acid poisons and fluids
that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin, producing sa lnde
SCTlbaDie Iteming ana tmrrung, ana
the vellow. watery discharge forma aa
into mist a and antra car litrln brown
I,;.. ,.u ,,? reiedlee wlta. ao goo effeota, bat attea- .
and white scabs tliat drop off leaving B.im a raw botuae f a. a. s. waa eUro
the akin tender and raw. The effect ly relieved. was. OasaptaL
ol the poison may cause the skin to . sis W. Oeatrai su, wuuta, Xsb.
crack and bleed, or give it a scaly, fishy appearance; again the eruptions may
consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard,' red bumps upon
the face. Purification of the blood if the only remedy for these vicious skisv
diseases. Washes and powders can only hide for s time the glaring
relieve the skin. 8. S. 8. is the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood
purifier. It contains no Arsenic, Potash or other harmful mineral.
Write us about your case and our physicians will advise without charge.
We have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases, which will be seat
tree to all who wish it THE SWIFT FICIXIC CO.. AttfWta. Caw
Henry L. Schmetz of Ilampton, Va
has been selected as the president of
the Jamestown Exposition company.
Chief of Police Francis O'Neill of
Chicago has one of tbe most remark
able collections ot Irish music extant
Its collecting has been bis bobby for
Charles N. Ilerreid, governor of
South Dakota, is of Norwegian an
cestry and is the third Norwegian-
American to occupy the office of gov
ernor of that state. t
Charles T. Yerkes is credited with
saying that men are in their apprentice
ship until they reach the age ot forty.
and that a business man is not ripe
until he is ten years older than that
Governor Crane of Massachusetts dis
likes public' speaking and, though he
is always interesting in bis addresses,
considers the necessity for their deliv- J
ery one of tbe most trying features of ;
Thomas Lewis, a twenty-flve-year-old
Llberian negro, is studying medicine
and surgery in the Emergency hospital
at Detroit He went there from Phila
delphia and says bis father is chief of
a tribe in Africa.
Count A. Quadt, charge d'affaires of
the German embassy, acting on in
structions from Berlin, has invited tbe
United States to a conference next
spring which shall take steps for a
thorough study of earthquakes.
Dr. Henry G. Moore of Wabash, Ind.,
has an old battleflag in his possession
said to have been carried by General
'Anthony Wayne (Mad Anthony) during
his campaign through northern Ohio
and Indiana, toward tbe close of tbe
E. J. Wendell of New York recently
purchased for $500 a playbill of the
'Nassau Street theater for the even
ing of Nov. 12, 1753, when "King
Iticbard III." was acted by Rigby,
Lewis Hallam, Master Hallam and
fathers. This is the earliest known
JINGLES AND JESTS.
How a Maiden's Won.
Just a man and just a maid,
Just a hammock In the shads;
Just a pair of laughing eyes, '
Tinted like the summer skies;
Just a little argument
Savoring of sentiment;
Just the theme ot lova begun.
And Just this the maiden' a won!
Indignant Victim-Confound yon, sir I
You advertised a "gusher," and now I
find that there is not a drop of oil com
ing out of the well! What kind of 1
gusher do you coll that?'
Texas Oilocrat Ingrowing gusher.
Now the pumpkin seta aglow
All our fancies, don't you know.
Now the pumpkin, plump and big,
Makes our fanclea danca a Jig.
Now the pumpkin makes ua algh
Till our fancies roll in pie.
A Solitary Exception.
"Our officials should understand that
Uncle Sam expects every man of them
to do his duty."
"AH except the customs officials, ot
course. He expects them to collect it"
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A Try ins Sanation.
To have my darling doubt my word
Doth sometimes sorely grieve me; .
I speechless alt when aba's inferred
She didn't quite believe me.
I algh, aa though most deeply stirred,
And pray faith may Imbue her;
It's tough to have her doubt my word
When I've been lying to her!
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"So you and Tom were finally mar-
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"Yes, but we're not happy,"
"Why, how's that?"
"Wo didn't marry each other." Den
A maiden at gay Narrairansett
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But with fset full of Joy,
By the side of her boy.
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$300 Reward 1
The above reward is offered by
Governor Aycock f or the arrest of
Cyrus Dixon, of Jones County, con
victed of murder, broke jail Sep
tember 16th at Trenton, N. C.
Dixon is 22 years old, 5 feet, 7 to
9 inches in height, prominent cheek
bones, red face, thick dark hair,
dark eyes of bloated appearance,
wears number1? shoe. .
I, N. M. Harriett, Sheriff of Jones
County, N. C, will pay Ten ($10)
Dollars Reward for the apprehen
sion and delivery to me oi ws
body of the above named person
Cyrus Dixon. Delivery to be made
at Trenton, N. C. by the 6th day of
$5.00 Reward i
Five Dollars Reward will be paid
for the apprehension and delivery
to me of the body of one Randolph
Fulcher, colored, about 22 years of
age, about 5 feet 8 inches high, full
face, of light complexion, clean
haven, weighs about 135 pounds.
Said apprehension and delivery to
be made to me at Trenton by Nov '
ember 6th, 1902.
Five dollars reward will be paid .
for the apprehension and delivery to'
me of the body of one John An
drews, white, about 23 years of age, .
light hair and mustache, gray eyea,
about 5 feet 8 inches high, ' has a 1
ull face and weighs 140 pounds.
Said delivery to be made to me at
Trenton, N. 0. by Nov. 6th, 1902. I
N. M. IIARRD1TT, 1
Sheriff Jones County, s
Sept. 19, 1902.
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K1E01CIHE DEMTISTIT FHABAaT '
HoepltaU for Practice.
. One hundred pane Cataloraa Free.
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sirjrr khm to aii
losers of DrarDhlae.
PAINLESS - opium, laadaaua,
.asa.s.W of opium, a?
ealaa or whiskey,
large took of par
ticulars on borne a
ment. Address. B.
lot N.Pror Street,
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Attorney at law, s
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-Craven County Attorney.'
' Circuit Craven, Jones, Onslow, Cari
eret, Pamlico, Greene, Lenoir, and tbe
Supreme and Federal Courts. '
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