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TOE WEEEY JOURNAL
. .statUta WZ
' PuhlUhed tmTwo8ctK,tTTTu
day ud Friday, at H Middle BtTWsWW
Bars, H. 0
CHARLES L. 3TEVENSJ
ditob us nonoroi. '
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notice wftl he nprirednted by the
Fntered at the Postofflce, JNew Bern
. . CL aa aeoond-claii matter.
Stetioa Oae.Taesdar, Sept 80,1908
CONGRESSMAN G R. THOMAS.
The iketch of Congressman Charles R
Thomas, published in another column
In this Issue, shows the splendid record
of the Congressman from the Third
North Carolina District
It la a record which tells why the
democrats of his district again nominated
sir. Thomas, and that by a unanimous
The special gonitis of Mr. Thomas for
tola place of honor, Is bis conscientious
fidelity to his trust, and the Democratic
spirit with which he administers his po
sition of trust.
Congressman Thomas is first a Demo
crat in all that his party may ask or re
quire, but In his position as Congress
man, and the administration of the du
ties of the office, he Is the most liberal
of men, easy of access, and a friend to
eyery person In his district, regardless
In knowing the wants of the people
of his district, Congressman Thomas'
politics present no barrier to applicants,
or Is It necessary that anyone seeking
a favor must be a Democrat, for only let
the applicant prove worthy, and he or
she will receive careful consideration In
the presentation of whatever matter
may be asked for.
The fact that Mr. Thomas has no poli
tical opponent in the coming November
election, is no reason why he should re
ceive a single vote less than he would, If
he was severely contesting for the of
fice. While Mr. Thomas' election will be a
democratic victory, a large vote will be
more than a party victory, it will prove
that honest endeavor and conscientious
work in office, as shown by Mr, Thomas'
record, is appreciated by all men.
Certainly Congressman Thomas as
his own successor, is deserving of this
large vote in November. It will both
honor the man and the people who re
cognize and reward the worthy office
holder, by giving him their votes.
THE DOLLAR OP PREVENTION
There is too much inclination on the
part of the municipal and county au
thorities, to be "penny wise and pound
foolish" at the present time.
The attempt to save money at the ex
pense of bad sanitation in the city, Is
going to prove the worst economical
move ever tried in New Bern.
The Journal, locally, has very often
called attention to specific instances,
which the local authorities should have
taken In hand and quickly remedied the
nuisances. ' '
The mucky weather and hot Septem
ber ran, may be responsible for many lo
cal disorders and nusisancea, certain
breeders of disease, but the causes for
tkaa nuisances should have been re
moved In the first place. s
It Is not enough to say . that with the
Xlki Carnival about one week off, and
the Convention of the Daughters of the
Confederacy, lets than om month away,
the city authorities should see to it that
( the coming visitors and guests shall not
be over powered by the odors which
Eve ftilhout these events, the toca:
taijwyer and resident It surely entitled
tt hue jeamable sanitary precautloni
fakta ftp tbeW comfort and health, if
hat tor the jaftsemttoa of their live.
f -At fhtr.anly authorities have the
f Jl task 6tu.e small pojt- and aU eata
" i Jons 4&naei upon their hands to care
for. lttapat very unwise that when a
an: -!1 pos suspect fat taken p, that (he
ca: - shall not have the attention .which
itr'iactsademandt for the public wel;
' It wou!d teem bo extravagance if the
coue'y . health officer would at inch a
t'rtbe given aa tsalstact, -irhfse sole
" si ' would be J o- watch tie suspected
r '1 rox ce"5, r r e'-rnlei
teace demands the almost altanUoa and
a dollar tared, through an Idea of false
economy, will provt a moat ooetly one.
The people of city and county have
placed their safety aad welfare la the
hands of thote elected to office, aad
there should be ae shirking of respoasi-
blllty by those in authority.
At the present time the dollar of pre
vention should be put Into active use in
this eommaalty. .
SUCCESSFUL PUBLIC SERVICE.
The review of President Bryan's an'
nual report of the Atlantic aad North
Carolina railroad company, pnblithed
on another page of this ittne of the
Joarnal, does sot tell the entire ttory of
the present management of thit railroad
President Bryan's conduct of this pub
11c road It best seen and realised by
those who come into close dealings with
the A. & N. C. road, either by traveling
over the road as passengers, or at re
ceivers or shippert of freight.
Three years management under Presi
dent Bryan, hat not merely developed
the physical condition of the Atlantic
and North Carolina, but it has given
commercial existence to a territory
which hat needed such a stimulant at
only a moderuly conducted rallrcad
could bring to it.
In the beginning of Mr. Bryan's admin
titration of thit road, he gave it as his
opinion that a properly equipped and
modernly conducted railroad, as the
Atlantic and North Carolina could be
made, would pay Its stockholder.
In September, 1899, the now President
took this position, and his opinion has
been amply justified ty subsequent
events since that day as the Increased
railroad receipts and earnings have
abown in each annual report.
There was business in way of trade
along the Old Mullet Road which only
asked for opportunity of development,
and through greater facilities afforded
by the railroad, thit trade has constantly
grown, and continues to grow.
And not In trade, alone, but In passen
ger traffic, has there been an astonishing
The people asked for more trains and
lower rttea, both being granted them,
and the really enormous passenger travel
shows ithe public appreciation In this
department of the A. & N. C. road.
The personal attention which Presi
dent Bryan hat given to the manage
ment of the road has brought about
these changes and prosperous condi
He has given an active, Intelligent ad
ministration, which has brought about
the success of thit State road.
$ioo Reward, $ioo
The readers' of this paper will te
pleated to learn that there it at least
one dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all its tttget and that is
Catarrh. Hall'i .Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional dlteaae, requlret a consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
it 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 powert, that they
offer one Hundred Dollars for any case
that It falls to cure. Send. for list of tet-
F.JS..CHENEY ;Co., Toledo, O.
Hall's Family Pills are the best
Departments Short of CoaL
Washington, Bept 23. Local dealers
who have the contracts for tupplying
the Treasury, War, Navy, State and
other Departments with hard coal are
unable at the present time to carry out
the terms of their contracts.
Maitiand, Fjul, October 10th, 1901
The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co.,BaHl-
Gentlemen: I havehad 'Eczema over
thirty years, have tried many .remedies
prescribed by various'physlclans, but to
nothing has the disease yielded to read
ily at to ' Liquid Bolphub. I think If
used properly It It undoubtedly a speci
fic for Eczema. ' I have prescribed it for
otheri with most satisfactory results. . I
consider it the beat remedy ' for cuta
neout affections I have ever known, and
regard It at the .greatest medical dlscoV'
ery of the age.
W. A. HEARD, M.;D.
For tale at"F . JS. Daffy's.
Fortune Favors a Texan.
"Having distressing paint - In head,
back .and ifomecb,,' and being without
appetite, I betau to use Dr. King! New
Life Pills," writes W. P. Whitehead, ' of
Kenaedale, Tex, "and soon felt like
new man." Infallible , in stomach and
Hver troubles. ' Only 25e atCD. Brad-
ham's drug .store. " -
: One Striker subs Another.
Wllkesbarre, Sept. 25. Thit morning
Mike Glllon and James 8andert were
drinking In a taloon at Plymouth. ' Du
ring a discussion on labor tronblrt
Sandert called Otlloa a "scab" When
the latter drew a knife and stabled
V ' Poistned ij Mosquito Bite.
Auanuc mty, H. JH Bept-JWnei
McCreary, the millionaire hoot aad shoe
maanfactarer of Rochester, U lying hi a
precarious condition at Haddoa UaU,
suffering interne pais, the result of
being bitten by aa extra Urge New Jer
ley mosquito over a week ago.
Americans Guests of Wilnelmina.
The Hague, Sept 88. The members of
the Americo-Mexloea Arbitration Court
United States Minister Newel, the Mexi
can Minister and the Foreign Minister,
Dr. Van Lynden, were the guests of
Queen WUhelmlna at dinner today.
A Sad Disappointment.
Ineffective liver medicine) is a', disap
pointment, but you don't want to purge
strain aad break the tglanda of the atom
ach and bowels. Dewltt't Little Early
Biters never disappoint. They cleanse
the system of all poison and putrid mat
ter and do it to gently that one enjoyt
the pleasant effects. They are a tonic to
the liver, Cure biliousness, torpid liver
tnd prevent fever. F 8 Duffy
Rescued From Sinking: Ship.
Plymouth, Sept. 28. The Hamburg
American liner Pennsylvania, from New
York, arrived here en rout? to Hamburg
today. She landed the crew of the Not
wegian bark Bothnia, picked up In a
linking conditional sea.
A Parson's Noble Act.
"I want all the world to know," writes
Rev. U. J. Budlong, of Ashaway, R. I.,
"what a thoroughly good and reliable
medicine I found in Electric Bitters.
They cured uie of jaundice and liver
trouble that had caused me great suffer
ing for many yean. For a genuine, all-
around cure they excel anything I ever
saw." Electric Bitten are the surprise
of all for their wonderful work In Liver
Kidney and Stomach troubles. Dont
fail to try them Only 50 cts. Satisfac
tion Is guaranteed by O. D. Bradham.
Madrid, Sept. 26. The Bllooa court
has condemned Senor Sambo Arana,
Chief of the National party, to eight
yean Imprisonment for cabling congrat
ulatlons to Roosevelt last spring on the
Independence of Cuba.
Tn Kinf YotJjwWnj! Bought
Carnegie The King's Guest.
London, Sept 15. Andrew Carnegir
went to Barmoral yetterdty to visit
King Edward. Lord Rotebery and Wins
ton Spencer Churchill are at Balmora'.
Killed in a Runaway.
Lisbon, Sept. 26 Count Sabugosa, a
member of the King's household was
severely Injured and hit twenty year old
daughter, who is a court beauty, was
killed while out driving today.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TARING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula Is plainly
printed on every bottle ahowlng that It
Is simply iron and quinine In a tasteless
arm. No cure no pay. Price 66c
Coal at Cent a Pound.
New York, Sept. 23. It Is stated to
day that some small dealers on the East
Side of thit city are charging $20 a thort
ton ,la cent a pound" for coal by the
bushel or basket, which Is the way it it
bought by the very poor.
Not Doomed For Life.
"I was treated for three years by good
docton," writes W. A. Greer, MoCon
nelltville, O., "for Piles, and Fistula,
but, when all failed, Bucklen't Arnlct
Salve cured me in two weeks." Cures
Burnt,- Bruises, Cuts, Corns, Sores,
Eruptions, Bait Rheum, Piles or no pay.
25c at C. D. Bradham't drug store.
Marines Reach Panama.
Colon, Colombia, Sept . 23. Three
companiea of United States marines,
who arrived here on the auxiliary cruiser
Panther, reached Panama this morn
Lingering: Summer Colds. 1
Don't -let a cold run at thit season.
Summer colds ire the hardest kind to
cure and If neglected may linger along
for months. A long siege like thit will
pull down the strongest constitution.
One Minute Cough Cure will, break up
the attack at once. Safe, sure,,acti at
once. Curet , coughs, , colds, croup,
bronchitis, all throat and lung troubles.
The children like It. 7. & Duffy. :
; Earthquake .Shakeji (ultoJ 1
Guayaquil, Ecuador, Sept, 28. A se
vere earthquake ihock was felt today at
Quito, capital of Ecuador. It was fol
lowed by a violent ttorm.
. Take a bath in Hancock't 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, nd all akin dis
eases.,. For tele by J", 8, Duffy. ... f
Fired Pistol in Havana Theatre.
Havana. Sept. IS.wA policeman tn the
Alhambrs Theatre last night became Md
denly insane and began firing hit revol
ver at the actors, a panic followed, bat
with the exception of a man falling into
the pit from the gallery i no' one was
hnrt. - -.' i'j-'wi ? -.
Prickly heat cured la one application
by using of Hancock's Liquid Sulphnr.
It Will alto cure Eczema, Fetter, Pimp
let, Ringworm, Dandruff, ; Cut, Burnt,'
Old Bores, and all skin troubles In a
thott t'Hie, when used as f'rected. For
(-- r. p. r!tTsrr"T r to, . :
i - if-
In Larre . Numbers AttendHf Ses-
Law Tlelatee. .No Female Teachers
Engaged. Negroes Net Talk
lag 'lack FoIIUo. Ob
' - Trial for Murder. Cet
Ralcisk, Sept 80. The Primitive
Baptists are here In large numbers. Ral
eigh Association, embracing tome 30
churches. Is In session, in the Academy
of Music Nearly all the churches are
in the rural district and a number of
those attending the Association are mak
lng their first visit to Raleigh. Elder P.
D. Gold, the editor of the organ of this
church, Zlon't Landmark, which hat a
large circulation here and In other States
it attending the Association.
The city attorney tayt the police here
have so far failed tomake any arrests
for violation of the antl-spltting ordi
nance, though it is flagrantly violated.
A report on Ashe county's public
schools says no . female teachers are em
ployed, though 13 hold ' 1st grade certll-
The new electric lighting contract
made with Raleigh requires 100 more
street arc lights to be In operation by
December 1. The material for the ex
tension will arrive next week.
The board of agriculture hat selected
Its third soil test farm. It is In Iredell
The State Superintendent of public
Instruction sayt there will be a great
educational campaign and canvass In
North Carolina next year. It will be an
"off year" In politics, and the Republi
cans and the Democrats will put many
of their best speakers in the field and
stump the State' together in the noble
cause of education. He Is promised the
heartiest aid and cooperation by both
The negroes who were utterly frozen
out by the white Republicans In the Re
publican Congressional convention here
yesterday are saying little. One tald
"If I can just hold ray office I don't care
what they do." Another said, 'It it the
best thing that could have been for our
race." There were 15 "delegates" pros
ent at the convention, representing all
the counties except Vance. Ex-Sheriff
Moore of Franklin who was declared not
to be a delegate, told the convention, or
rather caucus, that It was the first time
he had been stabbed by his party; that
he would vote for a straight Republican
for Congress but for no one else.
In the Superior Court here today Man-
tell Robinson was put on trial for mur
dering another negro, Loomts Debnam,
by cutting his throat.
The pension board allows pensions to
12 widows and 82 soldiers in this(Wake)
county. There wore already 86 widow
and 101 soldier pensioners. Not a tin
gle new application for pension came
from Wilkes county! Under a special
act the legislature appointed a pension
board for Madison county, naming its
members. It Is the only county with a
pention board thus chosen.
The number of students now present
at the State University, 537, breakt the
The Bank of Union at Monroe, to
which the State treasurer grant! a char
ter, It the third bank organized under
the act of 1901.
It it now asserted that three-fourtht
of the cotton in this section has been
The State Superintendent of public in
struction will send out great numbers of
printed programmes for "North Carolina
Day," November 26, in the public
schools. The subject, "The Albemarle
Region," la well selected.'
This is not a gentle word but when
yon think how liable you, are not to pur
chase for 75c the only remedy universally
known and a remedy that has had the
largest tale of any medicine in the world
since 1868 for the cure and treatment of
Consumption and Throat and Lung trou
blet without losing Its great popularity all
these yean, you will be thankful we call
ed your attention to Boschee't , German
Syrup. There are to many ordinary cough
remedies made by druggittt and otheri
that are cheap and good for light coldt
perhapt, but for severe Coughs, Bronchl-
tlt, Croup and especially for Consump
tion, where there It difficult expectora
tlon and coughing during the' nights
and mornings, there it nothing like Ger
man Syrup. 8oId by all druggists in the
civilized world," . oKvm
G. G. GKEBif, Woodbury, N. J. t
, $5,000,000 fHr aiarity.
Bombay, Bept. 88 Nowrogee Manook
jle Wadle, a Bombay Partee, propotet
to hand over nearly $5,000,000 to a trust
for charitable purposes fmt'iiii 4 1 $
, Visit From a German Admiral.
Washington, Sept, 23.-Admiral Ton
Ahlefleld, of the German Navy, who has
been stationed In Chinese watert for set
eral yean and It on hit way home, nor
ped In Washington today and visited the
Navy Department. ,
; A Boy's Wild Ride For tifei
With family around expecting him to
die', and a ton riding for 'life, 18 miles,
to get Dr. Kins-'s '.New Discovery for
Consumption, Cougbt and Coldt, W, H
Brown of LeeivilJ, Ind , endured dcath't
agonies from asthma, but this . wonder
ful medicine gave Inttsnt relief and soon
cured him. He writes: '1 now sleep
aoundlv every nleht "'Like marvehus
curet 'of Conuoroption,"' Pneumonia,
Bronchitis, Coughs, ColJt and Grip
prove it matchless merit for all Throat
and Lunir troubles.' Gutranted botf'"
60c and (1.00. .Trial bottles free at 0 1
Uradham't drug ttore. . , -
TELEGRAPHIC 'IRE TTTIES. '.
XI Hen, tht) Emperor fc fcorea u
Andrew Carnegie was
King Edward Wednesday.
. Secretary of the Treasury tjhaw will
return from the 'West to Washington,
D. O, today. .
A heavy raw Las' fallen over Booth
Texas, breekfcf a severe drouth lathe
The dead body of James W, Story, a
deteotlvo, who had beta working ap Ille
gal liquor cases, was fouad la the brash
near Flomator, Ala.
Hon Charlemagne Tower who Is U.
8 Ambassador to Ratals has been chosea
by President Roosevelt to isceeed Hon.
Andrew D. White at Minister to Ger
many. Earthquakes happening frequently be
tween the dates of Augutt 27th and Sep
tember 3d, deatroyed a number of villa-
get In the province of Blnklang, Turkes-
President RooteveU't abscess which
wst the cause of breaking up hit jour
ney keept him In bed itlll, but be it Ira
proving rapidly. , , , .
The Hoa. George. Duraad. wholwai re
ocntly nominated for the office of Gov
ernor of Michigan by the Democrats hat
lthdrawa from the race. He was par
alyzed shortly after the nomination and
has since been helpless. His physician
advised him to take the itep.
Italian Masons to Aid Boers.
'Rome, Sept. 25 The Journal Travaso
tayt the grand matter of Italian Masons
It Issuing orders to all lodges to open
subscription! to aid the Boers.
Beware ot the Knife.
No profession has advanced more ra
pidly of late than surgery, but It should
not be used except where absolutely ne
cessary. In cases of piles for example, It
is teldom needed. DeWltt't Witch
Htzel Salve curet quickly and perm a-
mently- Unequalled for cult, burnt,
bruises, woundt, skin diseases. Accept
no counterfeits. "I was to troubled with
bleeding pllet that I lost much blood and
strength sayt, J. O. Phillips, Paris, HL
'DeWltt't Witch Hazel cured me in a
short time.,' Soothes and heals. F. S.
Paris. Sept. 20. LeMatin publishes to
day an interview with the Grand Duke
Boris. He expresses the highest opinion
of Americans and sayt: "There are no
idlers In that country, Everybody workt
milllonaret and the toni of million
aires like hll the rest."
Ute Hancock't Liquid Sulphur, for
Eczema, Pimples, Ringworm, Dandruff
and all skin, diseases. For tale at F. 8.
New Coal Fields Discovered;
Liverpool, Sept. 25. A new coal field
has been discovered on Lord Dudley'!
estate at Staffordshire that It It estimated
will yield 1,500 torn daily for a period
of eighty yean.
Amhassodor Herbert Sails.
London, Sept. S3 The new British
ambassador to the United 8tatelr Mich
ael Herbert, will tail for New York Sat
urday from Liverpool on board the
steamer Campania. .
tIM aim THw thrift BQlgM
Cyclone In Sicily. 1,
. London, Sept, 28 A Roma dispatch
tayt that a severe cyclone hat swtpt
ovet Catania, bland : of Sicily, serionily
damaging houses and rallrpada. , , i
Washington; s Sent. M. The
States cruiser Olympia will become flag'
ship of the special squadron composed
of vessels assigned for duty In Yenezuel
an and Colombian water. !i: -:
The BcttPrcscrlptloB for lialarla.
Chilli and Fever Is a bottle of Gbovb'i
Tabtblbss ChilI Tome1 It Is simpiy
iron and quinine la a tasteless form. No
cure-no pay. Price 60c ' i "
President's, ; CoidUloiL
WashlngtoiSept. J8. The President
feefl much Improved thit morning. : His
physicians have ordered, however, that
only the ' most ' necessary - business be I
ii : I -' j ' il '.
mm 'Boats Collide; i
; -. Lt?"erpoo!'!JBept!. : !W.-The' Dublin
steamer Mayo collided daring a fog in
the Mersey this morning with the White
Star Liner Teutonic; The , Mayo - was
damaged .bui,..lhe. Teutonic wat only
f BerUB. gepu a5.Profeasor Orth of
Qotttipgea has been nominated to suc
ceed the late Prof. Vlrohow .at aaemrl
bet of th Faculty BerllnJ Dnive
n ;' i ii hi wati i ii i itui
blSTRESSCf G STOMACH DISEASE.
Permanently cured by the' maatexly
power of "South Amieicui Ntirb
Tonio," Invalids need fuller no longer,
because this great remedy eta Cure them
all. It Is a cure for the whole , world of
stomach weakness and Indtget Jon. The
cure bpirtni with the firsTdose. The T
l'ef it I -fr-3 Is ar- our nd surprising
.-ini S iio fai.are; i .t ,t t ,tpolnts.
No matter how lor? you Jsve suffered,
your cure Is cri..u uuier tn use of this
- ,t v-'-Vf ' I ;-- tend
a J. -.il t.C, ,i. L.ui-,.
' Zlitlcaa Jliutan Liniment
4aaay m or smt the aorta, u4 ftn ,-t Uumb tlx ! aad
rT For a Lame
t-1 oore mascies,
c or, in fact, all Lameness and Sore
jjj'ness'of yottf .body there is nothing
yCthat will drive out the pain and in-
Si cammation bo
f . Mustang Liniment.
pIf you cannot teach the $ pot your-
CBelf get some one to assist you, for
at is essenuax vnai uw iinimcui uc
Jtohbed in most thoroughly.
ovtreorriM the aflmcnta of horwa ao4 all domartia animals. In fast,
il a flash healer and pain killer no matter who or what Uie psUtntie.
Costs Only 25
Or auU u tmta
- M.rra ur.aoniRiTAETmii&t apMaata
Tf.KTHIN A, and btfn mi one umlai. Urine It to IliiK. ud hi ImpmTMMat ffH BlArkMl tm 94 hour. ni trvm
au imr on ba nouvanud. I hr. aoosuiiUj kaptltaad bm4 Utlaoa wltk mj cktlilna,ad kmkiH mat
pleuuraiBaotindtnc Ua praiw to aU autliata' at foaag ahlldiaa. 1 loud U UTalaaktamaanartkalattlUas
yaiiod ma vaaaad. Hits. I. H. HABDlf.
IF YOU WANT
THE BEST PRICES,
The BEST Stables,
The BEST Facilities
BRING YOUR TOBACCO
We promise our best efforts in behalf ot
the ' Farmers
J. M. HOWARD, Manager,
C. H. RICHMOND, , Farmer Warehouse.
fh fin rfCT-;" ? rim
l i i i ii fc i t i
The Wer ipaMif !
Mothers and fathers bring your boys to this sale and fit them in
Clothing and Slide; 1 ? kU '' '' ' -s
IWill "e you & few prices in Men's and Children' clothing :
'lWiAjOTmil&. CHILDKEN'J CLOTHING.
$10 Black Worsteds
8 60 tfnita, - $524,
w- f.1. 'w;, v.i i'i !. , wf ' . ..v . a
, Drop into our store and let na show yon whit we hare.
V ' a . W W a i Very reapoctfully-,
75 Middle St, next to Gaikill
. I; I j I I-rd-Vcr!: v...! t CLD DUST,
swe aafl oavo a uirn mui ii,niiiiniaifc
nustantr Liniment I
tht Bowtl Treubkt ef
Aids Oigcstioii, Rcjuiattl
tnt oowtla, MrsMUitas
mtChOd and Mtktt
cents it Draggfcts,
c J. tsOFPCTT. at
O. ST. LOUIS, MO.
raaiay im ma ror my i muig wiarM.
Snappier, Lamer, Belter ttai'irer
Our line of Griffon Brand Cloth
' ing Men's Sulta in Extrs'j Fine
Worsteds and all the real thing.
i Tonths Suite in E.egant Cassi
more, Childs 2 'piece,- 8 piece and
Norfolk SniU in fullest assortment
Y and at prices that require no argu
ment to sell them.' ' i
; i There may be some clothing as
good as ours but not at the price.
j When yon buy, here ; ;yon buy
J. J. BAXTER,
80 Middle StrWt. j- ,
4 00 "
New r N. C.