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IIW II&H,' CXATII CODITT, I. C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1U, 1902..-SICOHD SECTION.
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THE OLD RZUACUZ '
THERE IS M SUBSTITUTE)
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Bit Atdleices If ot Luxe Te Greet
County Superintendents to Meet .
Special to Journal, t "; ;--'
Kalsioh, Oct. 8. 8tate Superintend--ent
of Public Instruction Joyuer today
called a conference of county auperln
tendents here Noyomber 12th, 13th and
14th, to form a Slat association aud
discuss all questions of Interest to them
Dr Biittrlck. secretary of the general
educational board and other representa
tives of It will be prevent.
Rnllway fare 1 to be refunded to la
perinieorienU so all can enma.
Market Letter on Cotton.
B, private wire, J. E Idlhain & Co.
Naw Yokk, Oct. O.-Tha market to
day 'proved somewhat heller than yes
terday') due in le-is Indueiice of weather
reports. (ierHiira appear to be lets
Inlliii-nci A liy weather. One would
liilnk in In' ii HHiie'iif 1 lio iernark made
HihI lti.wii i; i nUier In Dotolier was an
iiiilimtiil hi id In reallt) aii)lhlnK
liul a ill i t in ly fm in nl'le uionlh would
be unheal (1 of. The aeaaoa extendi
from May to November. Frost record
seldom extends Into October, and It Ii
some times as late as the latter part of
November. Every fine day la needed to
make np for the oxcossivo rains of tiep
tember. Should the frost hold off until
December then there would be a rally ot
important consideration. At it It the
influence it tcutimental, - more than ac
tual. There It nothing to be learned of
the outlook that learnt one to change
opinion, that March and May will go
higher. It la not Improbable that a few
days will bring about a change In the
coal atrike situation, and bring more
buying by English spinners. Outside of
facta which tend to make one contem
tlvely instead of fanatically bullish on
the outlook, there Is nothing to change
one's viewt on the price of cotton this
year. There it not likely to be any
overproduction and there It every
chance of inch a shortage that will ad
vance pricea above last year's figures.
For this reason a broad view for the
bull side la encouraging. The long In
terest In January remains unchanged.
MswTobk,' Oct. 8. Taking abroad
view of today's development!, not such
at to startle any one, In faot taking the
coal strike, good weather, and unsettled
stock markot, etc. In view, It was just
about at eipected. T Large buying orders
In March and May reported, and at do
one cared to short January, that option
v took care of Itself Better crop sporu
bT . . . . J a .nt- l.v
aeia coiwmr wui any . one iimuisr wuu
cotton was prepared for Just that sort
of thing as we have taid' before a mar
ket that resists pressure of receipts and
holding price unchanged from week to
week, It a remarkably ttrong market
In the face of inch receipt and the
' break In stocks, the market has acted In
a manner surprising any one bat a bull
We are prepared for an irregular; mar
ket while the rush of receipts it on
One can carry a thousand balet of cotton
I atr la the season with les unoertlnty
than 100 balet now. Last Spring cotton
wa t cents and fcolnf u every day, we
couldn't advise being long, twa not
long before the amoke came. Gondii lout
thtt Year lead one to believe1 In a huh,
If not hlaher .' prices thai ilart season
For thU reason moderate buying on
break is to be recommended. As long
as weather keeps good the tone may be
easier. January holds In a way that
.efeowi little nu been told sna Jtuat long,
Interest is still intact. f
Oct. 9. The most of oar farmors are
busy having their tobacco graded all
read for tbo market.
; We art glad to state Hit Improvement
of MnHG K Arthur from the fall the
received a fuWwontbt ago. . i
"Uiev U 111 Jones hat served hit tins
out at Kit - (Swamp church and haa re
turned to collars Lexington, Ky. W
hope to have ; Brother Jonei with Vs
.again..' -A rT??f
I, MrtMsmlcSpringle and Minnie Smith
and children of New Bern were visitors
at Mr Alfred Gaaklnt a few days go. 'y
-if Isaac aarnngioa jt quite net. y
Mr 8 W .Potter .has'' made his home
more pleasant by. placing aa organ
around nil fl resld.
Mr J A Fulohet who has been Very 111
r iwnHnld fvr ts Imtnovln slonlv.
'The Ladle Aid Society bt Kltt Swamp
cuusch are toi have a. hat and shadow
, Dirty for the benefit . of; the church Bat-
urday nlrht before the fourth Sunday In
this month, at. the horn ot Mr Jim
1 i. H ft '
SpeeaJatiea At Te Megr Yete. Taa-
fderhlltFam Exhibit. Cal
' forms fr A.' 1. Cellege
, Ca4ets. TQaiet Mar
' rlage. GaUlsg
(Haas for Char
Rauior, Oct a While Republicans
here on ridiculing the call for a negro
(State convention' and say the callers of
It went kite a trade two years ago. They
add that they do not believe the convea-
on -wiJmoont Jo anything.
very few negroes are registering here
and It appears that ,nly a few hundred
win Vote In this county. One estimate
1 1 that hot bvef 10,000 will vote In
r8(at. Chairman Blmmons says that
peobie are comparing 'the audiences at
political speaking thf year with those
which attended two years ago and hence
term' these small, bat that they are an
average.. He says there msy never again
be such audiences ss there were two years
A letter from George Vanderblll'i farm
manager taya the Ulltmora farm will
make the greatest show of agricultural
products at the State fair ever made by
one exhibitor. , Special preparations are
being made for It.
Insurance Commissioner Young is
greatly pleated at the success of his
work la tracking and capturing Incen
diaries. The last arreat made U In Polk
county. The practice ot burning prop
erty to get the Insurance ts greatly
checked by the good detective work and
the prompt and severe punlahment. '
The bulletin of the State board of
health laaiied today says there la small
pox tn 1(1 countlea, with 8 deaths In
Craven aud one In Carteret; 30 cases In
Fort) lb, M in Gaalou, 11 lu Northamp
ton ami l!i In ltocktngham. Typhoid
fever it reported lu 78 counties; in all
hundreda of cases. No part of the State
free from It, and there are many cues
tn the east.
At one time there was talk of having
Republican newspaper here, but the
plan Is abandoned.
Tobacco-growers appear to be now
lest afraid of a drop In price. When the
Imperial and the American 'companies
consolidated .they felt sure there would
be a sharp decline. The tnoreaae In
acreage next season will be great In this
Msnager R. O. Rivers f the Academy
of Music here was married at Norfolk
yesterday to Mist Sellers, who wat a
member of the late ''Lonely Widow"
company, of which Mr. Riven wat the
manager. News of the. marriage was
not known here until today, t ;:
There are now about 80 Democratic
speaker In the field.
The cadet battalion of the Agrlcultu
ral and Mechanical College hare Is now
fully uniformed. Each Monday there Is
dress parade. This day Is chosen be
cause Monday Is the holiday for the fe
male colleges. For the male colleges
Saturday Is the holiday.
Two gatllng guns have arrived for the
battery of artillery at Charlotte, giving
It three of these guns. A rapid fire can
non will be added next year. v v.
Baarstaa y IM MM TW WW SJWJl gQHB
Oct. 8 Mitt Daisy Anderson of Qeddy
Rev. Mr. Newton did not fill hlsap
polntment at Ellsworth Sunday, owing
to rain, bat Ii holding a meeting at
Vaneeboro thlt week. ,
Mr. F. H. Gatkins ot Geddy, Ii in oar
intdit with hit mower, batting logs for
Mr. Grover Lancaster who la attend
log school at Wlntersvllle, visited hi
parents Saturday and Sunday. He wat
accompanied by Mr. Jeta Jackson ot
Mr. O. R Brewer of Beaufort hat been
visiting relatives here for several days,
Several of oar people will attend th
Carnival at New Bern Thursday and fit
day. ... ' ; " "
Mr. Geo. 8. Wilcox and sister. Emma.
of Bellalr visited tn our town Sunday.
H. Th ceiling of our church It completed
and Is very satisfactory to oar people.
The work was done by Mr. B F. Wil
lis. An organ hu also been purchased
and placed In the charoh, whloh of
coarse wlQ add greatly to the moiio.
Mr. sad Mrs. W. F. Lancaster and
daughters, Misses Etta and -Nora, Miss
Lncretla Willi and Mr. J. 8. HIU spent
Sunday In Bsattfort and Morehead and
report a very pleasant time. ; ',
Mrs. 8. s. Ewell ; will sell at auotloa
Oct 18th, all her ' furniture, farm Imple
ments, corn and cotton and stock, hlso
one hone and buggy, for oath. . Mrs.
Swell will then join he hutbtad, Capt
S. E, Ewell who Is In th government
service at Beaver, Fa. -
r - -Wandering WU1I.
.."if For In&nti uA Cbiliren.
ars tht) S
The army aaaneuvwr) at Fort Riley,
Kail, ended Tuesday. ,
A building for all the mercantile as
sociations of Chicago, 111., Is contem
Cardinal Gibbon reached Mew Or
leans, La yesterday, for his annual vis
It to his relatives.
Senator Banna' declared yeslerdsy
that he had not challenged Tom John
son to a Joint debate.
The Kansas Supreme Court yeiterday
ordered fusion candidate' names placed
ofl both Populist sad Democratic tickets.
Russell Sage, the Wall street operator,
very sick at his home with bronchial
troubles and his advanced age, 87 makes
his 'recovery doubtful. Bis wealth ts
The American generals, Oorbla,
Young and Wood took lunch with King
Edward In England Tuesday.
The miners have renewed their alle
giance to President Mitchell end say
they will continue the strike.
New coal mines are to be , opened at
once at Soddy, Tenn.
The street car strike in New Orleans,
La., i still unsettled.
The Coopers' International Union
met yesterday at Louisville, Ey.
Senator Hanna went on the Ohio
tump yesterday, starting at Bteuben-
Another company of soldiers hss been
demanded at Glens Fall, N. Y., to sup.
In the army maneuvers at Fort Riley,
Kan., General Tanner, of Rhode Island,
was hart by being unhorsed in a col
President Roosevelt 1 said to be dis
pleased because Boathern Republican
hare excluded the negroe front their
Th Farmers Congress I In progress
at Macon, Ga. This 1 a national organ
ization nd about 1500 delegates are In
The defendants in the famous "Cherry
Tree" fraud cse recently sentenced by
the court to pay $10,000 have comprom
iaed the matter by paying S,000.
Fire has again started in the Texas
oil field and a number of live were
lost .... ..
Coal Operators Weakening.
Special to Journal .
Phila., Oct. 9. Coal operator are
reported to be weakening. A Lehigh
Valley train was dynamited and many
cattle killed. Mr. Mitchell meet Sena
tors Piatt Quay and Penrose at New
York. Coal .stocks advanced today. A
striker vu shot dead by a soldier at
Assaulted 1)7 Negro.
Special to Journal.
Raliioh, Oct 9. At Concord today
election registrar, Frank McKennery
was assaulted by a negro he had refused
to allow to register. He was struck with
brick. The negro fled but was cap-
tared. It I the orst assault yet re
. A te W. -
A small spider that dropped itself
fBpm an oriel window In the rotunda
over the north entrance to the city. hall
courtyard gave an Interesting Illustra
tion of the length to which these la-
sect can spin out a single thread. The
window from which the spider de
scended Is fully fifty feet above the
pavement, and the Insect was In line
with the eyes of pedestrians when It
was first noticed. Several people
stopped to watch Its movements. .The
point from which the spider had
dropped was easily located, as the long
silky threads could be traced upward
In the bright sunlight to the window.
gentle puff of wind floated, the In
sect upward out of the straightjllne of
descent, and it rapidly lengthened its
thread, allowing Itself to float before
the breeze. The thread must have been
nearly a hundred feet long when. the
air became still, and tbe spider slowly
swung backward like a pendulum un
til it landed on the ground more than
half way across the courtyard. Phila
Mr. Andrew Ennett of Cedar Point Is
Mr. W. C. Brewer, of Chip, was here
Mr. H. A. Brown, Jr., left for New
Mrs. L. B. Ennett, of Cedar Point.!
visiting In the city. . ,
Mr. KC. Duncan, of Raleigh waa
visiter here yesterday.
Miss Lnlte Ives retained from s visit
at Black Mountain yesterday.
Mr. and Mr. W. T. Caho, and little
ton of Bayboro were In the city yetter-
Mn L. B. Slngletary of Vaneeboro and
Mis Julia Slngletary of Wilmington,
are visiting this week at Mr. C,
Mrs. John B, Ives and family returned
yesterday frsmavlslt with friends In
Statesville. They were accompanied
hither by Ml Jettla HarrlU., ,
Began Oct. 2nd,' Ends
Tenner's Candy at Dayls'.
A fresh aortment of Tenney's Candy
hu Just been received at Davis Phar
macy. ' '" "
. Democrat Appointments.
The following appointments have been
made for the Countv Candidates and
others. It isaarnesly desired that all
will avail themselves of these opportuni
ty to hear the Issues discussed , ' ,' j
Hon. 0. H. Gulon will speak at Dover
Saturday October 18th at 11 a. m.
Sheriff Jas. W, BIddle and 8. M. Brln-
on,q, will speak at Traits, Saturday
October 18th atll.m.
R. A. Nunn ' and X. M. Green, Esqrs,
will apeak at Core Creek, Saturday Oct
ober 18th at 11 a. nvy- a--, n
. D. L. Ward and Geo. Waters, Eqrs,
will speak at Vaneeboro Saturday Octo
ber 18th at 1 p. m. 1 . ' : ' i
: Hon. O. H.4 Galon and Hon. Larry L
Moore will speak at Ft Barnwell Fri
day October Mth at II noon. l. . . ,.v
E.M. Green, Esq, will speak at'Tay
lor Store Saturday October Mth
11 a.-m.v XJTt O 'V. rv It , ,
Hon. 0, H.1: Galon and . Hon. Larry
Moor will' peh t Vaneeboro Satar-
day October 85th t p. m?' ,
Additional appointment will be made
later. ' '
' HENRY R. BRYAN, JRi'
Chm. Craven County Dem. Ex. Com.
B. G. CUSDLE, Beoty.
New System Installed at Raleigh.
October 8. All well, or nearly so, we
don't bear'of any cases of sickness to
peak of, and no marriage, nor deaths
since oar last note.
A few visitors In our town this and
last week, among them we noticed,
Messrs. J. H. Bell and Harry Bryan, of
Pollocksvllle, W. T. Bray, of Palo Alto,
Orrln Weeks of Stella, Capt't. White-
hunt and Willis, of Straits, in their
sharpies after lumber and wood.
People come here from all over Car
teret county, after lumber and fire
Ml Eureka Young who hu been sick
In Virginia Is getting well and coming
home soon we hear.
Ml Katie Plttmanhasa full school
now, so hu Rev. Matthew. We hope
they will continue io.
Mr. G. W. Ward will go to 8alter
Path thii week to teach for those peo
We are lorry to have to report the
seemingly fatal ilckness of Mr. E. N.
Bell, of Carterot county and B. 3. Gib
son of White Oak, Onflow county. Th
doctor don't teem to know what the
whole disease is, if they do, they don't
We have two oyster aaloon now, Ed
Stanley and Harvey Smith. Smith Is
oar leweler and watch .tinker. He ha
two iron in the fire.
The bulldtngglaround the new taw mill
are nearly completed, the lut finished
wu a large black imlth and work shop
Two large vessels are expected in
here tomorrow to load with lumber.
Only a few big mullet are being
caught. The fishermen are somewhat
discouraged at the small catch so far
The sharpie Bessie made the quickest
trip io far to New Bern and return, not
quite H days. This scribe made one
lately, but not quit so quick, he was
only 81 days .the round trip, some dist
Politics Is very quiet here.not so many
Independents u we hear of, not enough
for the good of oar country we think,
though if . we say independents, io the
Bosses can hear as they give as gas.
We don't know ofsny Candidates cer
tain for the independent ticket lh Ons
low county only for sheriff and register
of deeds, we hear of one each for those
two offices. In a recent trip in part of
Jones county we find many independ
ents and all from the so called staunch
democratic party, and a mere glance at
them would convince you they were In
downright earnestnftts, meaning and
acting what they say, One man over
there named Collins, U. M. Collins, who
It Is ssld Is the leader and father of the
Independent move,' my, my, how we
heard some of the democrat "cussing"
Collin, calling him a thief, liar, scound
rel. fraud, everything bad; we wonder
if Collins had itack to the so called
democratic party would he had been
loch a rascal f guess not How about
Lewis Bynum and others, are they all
rascals toot gaeu so, now they give "Us
and Co" Hall Colombia tor oar inde
pendent thought and views, we know
wo would be a "wheel boss" if we were
to jlne de army of the host . and bosses
of oar county, hut we mast pus by on
the other side, for the present and watt
for the year 1904 which if we live to see
it, will see a revolution In th political
world we think. . We write this, not be-
cause we are not a democrat.but becaus
we are today, and el way have been, a
better democrat than those who profess
to be the great leader of that party
called democratic. W are an honest
Independent. . G. W. W.
Few Republican Voter are Regis
tering Under the Urand father
Clause of Constitution. On
ly Three Negro Postmas
ter In the State.
casted. Raliioh, Oct. 0. Curator Brimley of
the State museum hu returned from a
trip to tbe mountain region, during
which he collected specimens. Among
other he got a black boar, weighing 400
lbs., which he skinned. - He hu the
kin and skeleton, for mounting.
Today the work of installing tbe new
arc light system here began. There
will be 1S9 street lights, one at each
corner. The light to be used is the
Hartford enclosed arc. There will be
four circuits, so one can be cut out
without Interferring with the others.
If the Republicans are taking the
franchise amendment to the constitu
tion In good faith, why I It that none
of them are registering under the "grand
father clause V This question is being
uked here. It is said no Republicans
are thus registering this way. When
one was uked today if he would so reg
ister, he replied with great emphasis,
No, sir." Some people are found who
do not believe the Republicans are in
earnest In their professions of acquies
cence in the amendment
It Is said that only three negro post
masters are now left in this State. One
of these is at Wilson. His term ended
last July, but there has been quite a con
test as to who shall succeed him. Of
course his successor will be white. The
two other negro postmasters are at ne
gro villages where there is not a white
patron. A few years ago there were
scores of negro postmaster in the east
The estimate made here Is that the
Democrats will carry tbe State by 70,000
to 75,000 votes a majority literally over
THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME
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Are Never Without Peruna in tfe House
for Catarrh, Coughs and Colds.
rram tb XortlMra Wood
r la Pror-Baliam, th certain our tot tost
Invitation to "Gypsy Social."
You are cordially Invited to attend a
"Gypsy Boclal" at the church parlor,
Monday evening October the thirteenth,
from 8 to 11 p. m. Given by the mem
bers rf the Epworth League.
"Money alone set the world In mo
It' lack suggets this Gypsy notion."
The above Invitation Is extended to
the public at large and all who attend
may expect an evening of amusement
and fun. Veritable Gypsy maids will re
ceive the guest at the door and escort
them to the reception room.
No one should fall to visit the "Sealed
Oracle Department" where Egypta will
be found ready to present her guests
with a "sealed envelope" which contains
verse shedding light upon the future of
the purchaser. Another very Interesting
feature of the evening' entertainment
will be the "Loan Art Collection."
Refreshments will be served and those
who attend will have the usual privi
lege of having pretty gypsy girl upply
their wants, uiner attractions win uo
Tho Quit Stream.
The gulf stream flows at the rate of
about two and a half miles an hour.
Five miles is exceeded In some places,
and the rate varies much with condl
ttons ot weather and tide.
"I wu deaf tor five year and could
find no help. I was completely deaf;
wu afflicted with shortness ot breath,
bronchitis, trouble In the throat, so that
wu in misery. Through one ot Dr.
Hartman's almanacs I decided to try
Peruna, and bought a bottle.
"I took three bottles and now feel real
well; my hearing Is good again; X can
breathe without difficulty ; my throat Is
no longer inflamed. I followed all the
directions, and can now say that Dr.
Hartman's Peruna hu cured me.
"I recommend it to all suffering with
catarrh. am seventy-one yean old,
have aa appetite again and can work.
feel ten yean younger."
When old age comes on, catarrhal dis
eases come also. Systemlo catarrh la al
most universal in old people.
This explains why Peruna hu become
so Indispensable to old people. Peruna
la their safe-guard. Peruna Is the only
remedy yet devised that meeta these
Such cues cannot be treated locally;
nothing but an effective systemiq rem
edy could cure them. This is exactly
what Peruna is.
Reoord la pmbllo Boniea.
Eleven public houses In a village
which only contains thirteen dwellings
Is a record which will be hard to beat
Such a village is to be found In County
Derry, Ireland, the only premises not
licensed being the police barracks and
The fisherman catches the terrapin
with a pair of tongs on the eastern
shore of Maryland.
A Record Pall.
Fortj-Sve tons is the record of
weight ever pulled by a pair of horses.
This was In the shape of bark loaded
on a sleigh and pulled on ice.
! -. ' .'
No matter bow heavy the rain, It Is
most disrespectful, accorAihg to Jap
anese etlqaette, for any one to raise an
umbrella In the presence of member
of th) Imperial household.
who art In naed of th
bast madtoal treat
ment should not fall
tooonralt Dr, Hatha
way at ones, u ha la
Iaeogalsad u th
aadln and moat too
etsaful s p 1 a 1 1 s .
xoa art si
its hand, u ha la th
and hat th best rep
utation, at ear
where othen fall
there It no patchwork
or experimenting in
hla tM.tm.nl Paw-
, .il lone atten Uon By Dr.
awttutfv tuthawar, tito spe-
1 Dm. SUTBJLW&T. alal counsel from hla
when aeoeeaary. which ao other office has. If
yon can not oail. write for free booklets and
oae-tlon blanks. Mention your trouble, ev
erything strictly eoa&denUal. i, Kewton
tuthawar, Jt. U. ; ., . j
Inman Bld'g, J2t 8. Broad St.
MR. AND MRS. PETER HOFFMAV, KTLERTOWK, PA.
i write :
If R. PETER HOFFMAN, Kylertown, J Mrs. Peter Hoffman also
1 ... j I "I wu sick for many years; suffered
with the liver, stomach and kidneys. I
had seven doctors, bnt none could cure
me, u they did not know what ailed m.
"Every one who saw me said that I
could not live very long. I began to take
Peruna and grew better every day. , Th
severe pains in the stomach have disap
peared, lam now well and have a good
appetite, lam aerenty yean old and
can do my work without getting tired.
"Peruna la the beat medicine In tbe
world tor catarrh. Your good Peruna
baa taved my own and my huabanfa
Mr. Robert Metters, of M unlock, Bast
Co., Neb., Box 45, writes : '
"I had catarrh from my head all
through my system. I took Peruna until
I wu entirely cured. I am eighty-three
and a half years old, and feel u young U
I did ten years ago.
. "I visited recently among some old
friends, who said I looked u young u I
did twenty years ago."
Address The Peruna Medicine Co, Co
lumbus, O for a free catarrh book.
Snappier, Lamer, Better Uiai era
Our line of Griffon Brand Cloth-'
ing -Men's Suits in Extra " Fine
Worsteds and all the real thing, i
Youths Suits in Elegant Casai
mere, Child's 2 piece, 3 piece and '
Norfolk Suits in fullest assortment
and at prices that require ho argu
ment to sell them. '
There may be some clothing" aj '
good as ours but not at the price!
When you buy here you "buy
right 1 "ni ;iA -'.'"i'i'v-
J. J. BAXTER,,
89 Middle Street.
Is that'of "drawing th long bow.'!- ,
, wnat a to oe gamea oj overestimating one ami s u i
we present a draft greater than our deposit,' won't it most
certainly be protested f r - --v;,-
In affairs commercial, exaggerattorT'and all misrepre
sentation has come to be regarded as a species of aaininity, j
apart, from principle, or the want of it. t Where's the use ? j
' What a merchant may say of' himself, his , goods, . or
' his methods, is either true or false. ' itji - I
i If true his ads will develop ft' drawing power never
befom dmamad nf. ' . While if false, detection and nnniah."
ment insist inevitably fdllorj;: "if
Our business is growing datly, tnd reason ii obvious.
;:h?i f; r'lif ii:
) 5i;i iu jrff i;t3 i::!, J,
School Shoes"-fcsIi laiid :nct7 A
,, , The Warranted kind, back of us stands the toanttfaciers1 7 Noth
ing better made, from $1.00 to ti:60 according to size, at ' T
'6hPoKck -SteP Opposite Ephccpd Ckztcb.
. r Tooth Brushes at Davis. i
Davla Pharmacy hu Just received a
large Morrient of TooU Brushes mad
by Chu Luonen of Parls.' Each brush
hu "Davis' Pharmacy,, tamped on the
handle and 'guaranteed to giTet&tls
fsctlon, or money refunded.
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