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SIW BIR5, CRXTII COUITT, I. C, TUESDAY, OCTOBIR 28, 1902. FIRST, SICTIOS,
1 'r. if. ,1 r J I MUUtU. 6ll
j t . ' y '
'. Preparations Active For It Opeainr
V This Week:- v
Atwater Talks COBadsBtlj T Cta
trresalaaal FroipU. ttreat
Aanlaf Eahlbttniverila'aal .
Crops Mean Prosper!
ty ror Faratert,''
RALMoH.-DtV -LtttM titoe !a
talkorl of bare except the State ?lr.
Decorators are bogy making the tni
, . ayrwuH workiwt building . floats
and decorating carriages, blcyclt,.and
automobiles, for tho floral division of
the parade bit Wednesday. , HQ
there vilLta ten companies of the
Siato-tluard - at the Fair, j&esa being.
from Winston. Durham. Lumbar Bridge.
" Warrington, Henderson, FraaMlnton,!
ticnaiDoro, two; ana Haletgb two. Tasse
,wH apead tn diy here.- t; J -'T n H
it ii ceruin that ta .general Interest
In the Fair was never greater' Eastern
North CWina as nerer to nroepexoui!
as at present sad people want to enjoy
Jobn W. Atwater, the Independent'
' CHiHltdaie fnr Congress In this district,'
when aeked this morning how his can
Tana was progressing replied: "The rural
distrlctB are for Atwatcr. Yon can say
that. Down in Nash county where I
had audiences of 121 to 200 EA. Pou had
only 6 and 28, and at the place where
there were only G he did not speak."
Atwatcr when asked If the Republicans
had endorsed bim yet replied no, and
added ili-u. lie did not care whether they
did or nui.
Tli military company at Wilson has
been iuiiHicrt.il Into the State Guard and
lis oflfcers commissioned.
Prexldnm QcurRoT. Winston of the
(jrliiliiiml hikI Mechanical College
tH)H llml, by miiton of lack nf room be
i ilhlly itirnhig down applications for
ariniiptdnii. Husays most of these appli
cant are working boys, who want to be
mm hint' i. '
'l' ciii)-iiu barrrl of carefully telect
nl Mipli arrived tmlay at the agricultu
ral ili phihiwiil fur i Im apple aliow at the
Slate Ftr. Tln'Ku are all from that
vv . . 1 1 I r f 1 1 niin rig ion, Vanity and
llm ..i.. rniinl Fl' 111 llaywooil C.
L. Mi I'uiii.m HfiulsSH vannlliH, W. It.
Ray 40, ami from Hay wood, J. A. May
sends GTi, John Farrior 4, and J. E.
State Superintendent of Public In
struction Joyner says letters from the
County Superintendents show that all
of them except one. will, attend the
State convention of superintendents next
' 'I month. , ' " . , .;.
Nothing more Is heard of the scheme
to effect a merger of the electric power
plant at Mllburnle, near here, and the
electric railway and lighting company of
, ihlseliy.- There Is some fear that the
' , arrangement Will fall that there will be
a extension 'othi system of rail
way. Observant gentlemen from eastern
, North Carolina say that, thanks to the
. dlverslflcation of Crops In that section
r the - farmers are in better plight now
than In 40 years;' that more mortgages
have been canceled and more old debts
paid than ever before.
, , Fine Cotton Weather
f Special Journal; tew York, Oct. 25th.
' ,v The Jhronlcle sayn Reports ty tele--','
" graph from the South Indicate generally
the weather haa been very favorable for
t, gathering the cotton crop. Little or no
rain In most districts, and the tempera
'; t ture satisfactory. Consequently ' plck
i, Ing has made rapid progress as a rule,
",! ; JACOBS1 ttalelffh Rye Whhkey Is the
best.' ILiiUllc street. ,f '
...... v A roBl(l ' lma;M. i
Harry la the. youngest of the family,
tho only boy anions several girls, and
Bontetimce tUb superior advantages Of
Klrla r0eem ' to weigh 'heavily on his
-TfhruKurin4.The!ther day we
ai .'i heard, him say thoughtfully to, himself:
"Women always first. I wonder why
God didn't tnnkf 'em' drat, but he
didn't He made Adam first".
Uu 1mA Death.
Life, after all, is a maaqiierade, says
a writer, lu jute .i'UtaDurg frees. , we
(ear to show our tenderness and our
-t' k.p jKtvei. vve naDiroay piae our oesi xeei
Inge lest we be judged week and emo
tional. tJomeomea it neeoa Oeaia to
ahovr us ourselves and to teach bur
(" ' J J i friends out deep and anauspectedV kind.
.f r"Pa88ion ' warps and interrupts the
it 1 Judgment He that can reply calmly to
ao. angry. maa' .la ioo jparo;, jtpr, mm,
Plato, speaking of passionate persona,
" aaya they are like Ipea who stand on
their heade-tbey see- all things the
wronglwayi t V j y if f .
fTA Bad flentpi
3 hrr The.Sarber-Dld you heat about the
;' bad scrape Jaggsby got intoyeeterdayt
-; M .'.TheVJotlm No. Did you abaye hunT
'We sometimes despise a man' greed
iness for taking, because he had the
first chance, what we had Intended foe
'ourselves. Washington Times.
CASTOR I A
v Tor Isiuita and Children.
Tta tti Y:a '.:: C::'.
Beaator Banna started his stomping
tow la Indiana Thnraday.
The volcano of Ixalco, la Salvador, la
reported In violent eruption
Secretary Shaw has received so far
14JJ,000 of the 118,000,000 In bonds
he was pibmlsed by the New York syn
The Kentucky Confederate Veterans'
Home, atPelrce Valley, was dedicated
President Roosevelt will speak before
the Kew York Chamber -of Commerce
- . ..,.
Aflegatloa at Washington, D. O., with
R 8 Lopes as Minister, la to beettaft
Hahed by Salvador.
um A t f
. Rev, Waahlngtoa Gladdea, of Ohio,
was. re-elected yesterday as prasMeatat
fthe- American Missionary Assoela-
'The city of Rome wm shaken by an
-1 Freak Mwttfly, the owner of Munsey's
Magazine, hu purchased the Boston
Journal. Ha now owns daily metro
politan newspapers and four monthly
Reports from registration throughout
the State Indicate a full white vote.
Negroes generally have failed to qualify-
Frank Norrls, a well known novelist
snd newspaper man died Saturday at
San Francisco from the reaultof an opera
lion for appendicitis.
Joseph M Terrell, Democrat, was
Inaugurated Governor of Georgia yester
day. Secretary of the Navy Moody starts
today for a alumping lour of New Eng
land. Hoc rotary Root will make a political
speech lo Cooper Union, New York next
The Preas building of the Loulalana
Purchase Exposition at St. Louis, Mo.,
wan ilfillraicd yesterday.
Qeueral Lew Wallace yesterday start
ed a 1904 boom for Roosevelt and Mit
chell as the Republican ticket.
For a country seat, Robert T. Lincoln
of Chicago, 111., has bought 2500 aores of
land at Manchetter, Vt.
" Former Vice President Stevenson left
Bloomlngton, 111., Saturday for New
York; to speak Tuesday at a Democratic
Water was turned into tke new power
canal of the consolidated Lake Superior
Company, at Sault Ste Marie, Mlcb, yes
terday," . ' '
As per notice given' there was a meet
ing of the magistrates of Cravon county
yesterday noon. , .V V
Chairman K. ft. Jones called the meet
ing to order and stated the object for
which the magistrates were called ' to
gether, namely, to levy a tax to cover
the expenses attendant upon vaccination;
and the necessary matters connected
with the small pox eases. , t '': -t
The chairman told what had been done
and what was proposed to be done by
the health board, alto made a statement
of tho expenses Incotred, and an esti
mate for future contingencies. - I
: After discussion the motion was made
and carried that a special tax levy of IS
cents on property and 4S eenta oa the
poll be made. ' f ; ; -
beatn pf Graham Daves.
. Rev T U N George received a telegram
yesterday from AshevilleK, announcing
th death of Mslox Graham Daves, of
this city. , , h.;'..
No particulars were given, but It Is
presumed that the remains f will be
brought here for Interment. ' '
4 ' Edncation for Farmers.
Every young farmer la North Carolina
has an opportunity to get the founda
tion training la fcuv work. The winter
courses in Agriculture ana Dairying at
the N. C.A.AM College are practical
courses designed entirely for young men
and women who eaa leave the farm only
during the winter time. 5 ! - "
' The oost of tba whole aoarte Is but
thirty dollars which Includes, hoard,
room and books. 4 The lectures and prac
tical work are devoted to stock raising,
dairy, farming, butter making, milk test-
lag, feeding and breeding farm animals,
veterinary medicine,' entomology, toll
study, stock judging and farm crops.
The value of these courses to a, young
man or woman who It Interested la
agrlealtaraeanaot be estimated la words
The expense of , attending will he paid
by increased profits due to batter farm
ing, a hundred timet. : Besides ths finan
cial value of tho oourses there Is the
tdoeatlonal value of training and tduoa-
Moa that makes tho man the muter of
hit work. .... ,..
, A circular .of Informatloa will be
sent to any one asking for the same, '
Alto any Informatloa regarding any
of the agricultural courses will he given
by&'Jresslcg the prcrettor of agrlcul
tare, .Charles W. Burkett, Raleigh, N.
C. " ' ' '' J
CURB FOR SMALL POX
A Simple Kemedy Which wm Wark
Voadcrfal Cares la Small
Pax or scarlet Fever
The following Is said to be a sure
cure for small pox. One maa speaking
Of it says! . '
It is as 'unfailing as fata, snd con
quers In every Instance. It It harmless
when taken by a well person. It will
also care scarlet fever; her It It as has
been ' used inooessfully la small pox
Bulphate of tine, oat grata; foxglove,
(digitalis), oat grain; half teaspoonaul
of tugar mix with two table spoonful of
water. Whea' thoroughly mixed add
foar ounces of water. ' Take a spoonful
every hour; Mther OlteaM WiU disap
pear la IS hours, ror ' i ohOd smaller
doses may bo given according to age. ,
If coanues -would eotnpel phytlclani
to use this remedy there would be no
need of peat houses. If yon value advice
you win ate this 'medicine for this terri
ble disease. " 1 ' ' ' -
Market Letter on Cotton.
By private wire, J. B Latham & Co.
NewJYobk, Oct. 85. Temperatures
are higher than usual at this season of
the year and this has a great deal to do
with the absence of speculation. To
this absence Is to be attributed the fail
ure of prices to advance on an estimate
of 10,000 bales at Houston Monday, as
compared with 21,000 last year. The
movement is small enough to put the
market up, but it does not go up. The
movement the coming week will com
pare with 660,000 bales last year and
will lose from 60 to 60,000 bales. If the
market wfll not go up on small receipts,
we are beginning to be afraid it will go
down whea receipts increase. At least
we would advise caution at the moment,
and would buy and tell for turns rather
than buy to hold at the level. There Is
very little trade and this at the present
season is likely to cause a sagging mar
ket. Today the market was dull In the
extreme but the tone ruled steady.
New York, Oct 27. All thing consld
ered the market was weak. There were
rains and frost predicted in some sec
tions. There was an advance In Liver
pool and light receipts and yet the price
was lower than on Saturday most of
the time. A spurt was made by early
selling followed by general telling and
then traders stood around watching for
some one to put the market up, but it
teems that no one can accomplish It,
We may fall behind 60 or 100,000 bales.
On this showing, market should go up.
During the next few; weeks , the move
ment will, compare with a sharp falling
off and this leads to fear of a break In
prices. Average T reports coming from
the south show Improvement in the crop
Planters are busy picking and as spin
ners are not active buyers, both factors
operate against heavy receipts.' Later
the movement Is ' likely to show up bet
ter. Some ' of the best traders la the
ol ty are out of the market, Cotton it
not attractive; and unless bought at a
sharp decline and told on the first ad
vance It shows no immediate chance for
. Death of an'A;ed Lady.
'Wilmington Dispatch, 86th. . j
Mrs LavinleL Duruld. relict of the
late Wm EQDuguld of New Bern, died
at her home, 811 MacRae street, this
cityytoday in the 86th year of her age,
Mrs: Ddguld ' was a .woman of saintly
life, beautiful character, a devout Chris
tian and faithful member of the First
Baptist Church. She leavea one devoted
daughter and tf number of friends and
relatives' to mourn her departure. The
funeral will take place from the home
Sunday morning at 9;80 o'clock.
' .H8. ' :: ,1 la""" "'" "
, , , Federal Court Convenes.
The regular Fall Term of the United
States Circuit and District Court for the
Eastern District of North Carolina will
convene in, the ; United States Court
Rooms this, morning at 10 o'clock a. m.,
Hit Honor, Judge Purnell, presld
. There are a number, of Important
oases to be heard during the term.
The criminal Docket , while not large
embraces several cases of Interest
Aside from the usual violations of the
Internal Revenue Laws such at "Illicit
pistlUtng," Retailing Liquors; without
Skyment of Special Tax" &o, there Is
so a case of Counterfeiting, one for
embeiszllng of Post Office . funds, one
for . escape of United States prisoner,
one for, conspiracy and one for per-
On the Civil Docket In the Circuit
Court there It a ' very impoitant case to
he heard relative to the Infringement of
I patent oa a ventilated track barrel.
On the Admiralty Docket there art
several cases for salvage, seamen's wagss
and the like.
; Court will probably hold until Satur
day morning. ,. w
The Criminal part of the docket will
In all likelihood be concluded by Thurs
day afternoon. ,
, , Judge Purnell and Marshal Dockeiy
arrived lut night, United States Attor
aey, Harry Skinner, ha already pre
; i laajsayaiaawaaaiai- r
B01RD OF EIAMIHERS
Of Public Institutions In Ses
tiov. Ayeock Pleased WithCampalga
Aadaben Society Chartered.
State Fair Begias Well. Case
ofKIagrs. Seaboard Air
Liat. Supreme Court
RALiian, Oct. 87 The State board of
examiners of public institutions arrived
here today from a visit to convict camps
In the west It visited the camps on the
railway which is toeing built through
Mitchell county to connect the Southern
railway with the Tennessee mines, via
Johnston City. It is said this new line
will end at Marios. Work is done and
trains in operation from Johnston City
to tftolnt about foar miles from Bakers
vllle.i There are 860 convicts at work.
These are In two camps. About 26 miles
Of road have been graded, to a place
named Tolcane, where Cane creek emp
ties Into Tar river. The condition of
the convicts was found to be good. The
board also Inspected the convict camp
on the WUkesboro-Jefferson turnpike,
where 65 are at work. About 6 miles of
the turnpike Is finished.
The board left today to Inspect the
negro State Normal school at Franklin-
ton and will go to that at Fayetteville.
Then It goes to the convict camp at
Doner, and will finish its work by in
specting the penitentiary and the State
farms. It will not inspect the agricultu
ral department, as that Is a State depart
ment on a footing with the Auditor's de
partment or any other.
Governor Ayeock spent yesterday
here. He is particularly well, though
somewhat fatigued by quick travel and
many speeches. He was delighted with
his tour In the extreme mountain region,
campaigning in the 10th district. The
weather was wonderfully fine, the scen
ery beyond any description.
The State today authorized the Yorke
furniture Company of Concord to issue
30,000 preferred stock.
The Andubon Society of North Caro
lina, which was chartered last Saturday,
will be made of great value to the State.
Its purpose Is to protect the birds The
latter destroy Insect pests. The annual
loss to farmers from insect pests is one
tenth of the crops. It will be a surprise
to read the statement that last summer
46,000 marsh hens and jackdaws were
killed in Currituck county alone and
shipped north for use by millinery
houses; that the gulls and Urns along
the North Carolina coast are nearly ex
terminated. These are protected in
other states, but not here, and so the
feather dealers send their agents here to
get them. The theft of the nests of
mocking birds, to get birds for caging is
making them scarce in several sections.
Scores of thousands of birds are being
killed annually, each one of which
would eat Its weight of food dally. The
buzzard, a very useful bird, is being
killed to that Its wing feathers can be
used for ladles' hats. The bull bat and
the martin kill mosquitoes and other
pests and in so doing contribute greatly
to the public health, yet 1200 martins
were killed at Rocky Mount, merely for
the shooting, and the bullbats are killed
A great many exhibits for the State
Fair arrived yesterday and today. There
were several thousand people at the
grounds yesterday afternoon, to Bee the
fakirs build the mid-way. Today there
was a drizzle of rain but the work of ar
ranging exhibits never stopped for an
instant It Is a fine Fair. Tomorrow
Gov. Ayeock opens it. There will be a
parade, music by several bands, choral
singing by 200 voices, etc.
The Supreme Court devotes this week
to appeals from the 10th district.
Ia the Superior Court today the $40,
000 damage suit of Robert O. King of
Raleigh against the Sesboard Air Line
was taken up. .
Judge Thos R Purnell, arrlvod here
Mrs :R F Bumpas, left for Raleigh,
yesterday. .. t
Mr. A. E. Hlbbard, has returned from
Mr Tom C Daniels, returned last
night from Seven Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hyman returned
Sunday, from a visit In New York.
; Captain and Mis. Slam, havo returned
after several weeks absence In the
Mr and Mrs JS Basnlght and Miss
Nina Basnlght left for Wilson, N. C,
yesterday, to attend the annual sessions
of the State Missionary convention of
the Ubristian Uhurcn.. , ' '
Oct. 87. This Is beautiful weather and
tht fishermen are making good use of
Small pox It reported at Stewart's
Messrs H O Willis and Lee Brewer
and Misses A J Simpson and Lnla Wil
liams went to Russell's Crtek Saturday
and report a fine time.
fceisths ' Kmd Voa Haw Hmn BongM
' German Gleanings.
Two torpedo boots of the Imperial
Gorman navy will always be stationed
in future as the Rhine. .
Oenaany'a receipts In the govern
ment telegraph and postal systems last
year exceeded the expenses by nearly
v Berlin expects its Are brigade to per
jbrm a. variety of duties. The men
Were recently called out to hive several
swarms of bees which bad escaped
from their owners.
Only thirty conversations a day are
carried on oa the long distance tele
phone connecting Paris with Berlin.
On the Berlin-Frankfort line there are
471 daily conversations.
A fragment of a calendar, the ear
liest piece of Gutenberg's printing
that can be proved, has been discover
ed at Wiesbaden. The astronomical
calculations show that It was intended
for the first four months of the year
. The authorities of the Prussian town
Of Hellsberg have adopted an original
way of treating the question of 'wom
an's rights. In case of a fire alarm ev
ery Independent women la called upon
to appear at the station and be ready
to assist ,
The latest statistics prove that the
twin habit la. not as popular in Ger
many as generally supposed. Among
the 2,000,000 births In Berlin during
the last seventy-five years there were
only 22,441 twins, 229 triplets and 8
Tired Tatters Here's a piece in dlfl
paper ,wot's a Insult to de profesb.
Weary Walker Wot' 9 It say?
Tired Tatters It sez dat a feller
ortn't ter eat nuttin' when he's tired.
Weary Walker Well, wot's de mat
ter wld dat item?
Tired Tatters Wot's de matter wid
it? Say, do youso want cr feUcr ter
starve tor death? Exchange.
Oct. 27. With the exception of a very
light "scrapping" cotton is all gather
The corn crop has proved to be a very
Peanuts are short, due to exceedingly
dry weather. ;
Mr Eoscie Bell keeps seriously 111. He
is very highly esteemed by his neighbors
as is attested . by the continous calls of
bis many friends. We would be very
glad to see him better.
Miss Mary Hurst of near Maysville
and her uncle "Bob" are here visiting re
Mr L B Ennctt ' who left a few days
ago for Richmond to take , a course in
medicine was compelled to return home
on account of important business on the
farm. He hopes to get his business ar
ranged shortly so that he may resume
Sunday was the regular appointment
at Bethlehem Church and notwithstand
ing the weather was perfect the attend
ance was very small. Possibly small
pox scare kept many away. If one goes
to New Bern he is a suspect for several
days and if he has a fever the case is
reported to be genuine small pox. When
afraid its easy to see ghosts when there
Fast River Trip.
The Sapho, the launch of Messrs. G,
N. Ives & Son, made the run last week,
from one mile up South Creek, to this
city, in three hours and a quarter.
This is the fastest run on record for
that distance on the Neuse, the average
being twelve miles an hour.
ENT PELLS (Chocolate
Coated, 60 doses, 25c), are
a new, tasteless, odourless,
economical substitute for the
celebrated Ifquid CUTI
CURA RESOLVENT, as
well as for all other blood
purifiers and humour cures.
Each pill is equivalent to one
teaspoonful of liquid RE
SOLVENT. . Put up in
screw-cap pocket vials, con
taining 60 doses,' price, 25c
ENT PILLS are alterative,
antiseptic tonic, and digest
ive, and beyond question the
purest, sweetest, most suc
cessful and economical blood
and skin purifiers, humour
cures, and tonic-digestives yet
Complete external and Internal treatment
for every humour, consisting of Ounooaa
Soar, SSo., to cleanse the Skin of crusts
- and scales, and soften the thickened euV
lole; ConroaA OnmtBKT, 80c., to in
stantly allay itching, inflammation, and
, irritation, and soothe and heal and Con-
ouaa BasoLvasT Pills, 35o., to oool and
cleanse the blood. A SrxQLn Saris often
sufficient to euro the most torturing, dig.
figuring, Itching, burning, and scaly iUn,
aoalp, and blood hnmoais,eosemas,rashes,
. and irritations, with lose of hair, tram
Infancy to age, when all els fails. ;
' Cirmonu Bmnm m nM dirnwIiMl tta vorid.
tttMi PmMti u-m. OMmrlmi 8, lnwdoa. Vnaok
Imoti i km Tit, Fuu, ram Una
' Omht t rni,, tima, P. t A.
M ETA L L I C CARTRIDGES.
URING oar 30 years of gtfo 'fflatlne, we have
II t Ivy
discovered many things about ammunition that
no one could letrn la any , other jtiy. Our
discoveries In this line togetferwiuY years of
experience manufacmriae ammunition, enable us
to embody many .fine "points In Winchester
Metallic' Cartridges for rifles snd revolvers whlcbmaie them
superlor.In many vaya to all. other brands' upon the market
.Winchester cartridges In all calibers are accurate, sure-fire
and exact In size;' telng' made and loaded In t modera
manner by sUlled. experts. If you vant the best
INSIST! UPON HAVING WINCHESTER MAKE OP CARTRIDGES?
H, I. HEINZ'S
Only 20c Per Quart.
Fresh lot Ontario Prepared Buckwheat,
Cream of Wheat. Fettviohn s Breakfast food.
Fancy uagm ana uox Kiver trtmi nutter iresn irom aairy,
Maple Syrup, Fancy Cane Syrup and Portorico Molasses,
Pickled Tripe 5c lb,
Nice Dried Apples and Apricots 10c lb,
Maccaroni and Cream Cheese,
The best of everything in the Grocery line and a big stock
to select from. Prices as low as possible.
I 1 UMW
U. II. milJimill 1J. finaar. a?
jm w s mi tiatwaaai buu ( ' wc
'Phone 91. TljUroad St.
NOR PRICES LOWER
THAN RIGHT HERE. Come in please
and You Will Go Away Pleased.
A Short Story of Long Values. We aim to add to our reputation
while others aim to add to their profits.
LOOK FOB THIS WEEK'S SALE
We will offer 1500 yards W. O, at
tomer, each customer to do their own
6o value at 4o per yard, i Bed Flannel from 121c up. t2500 yards Cal
ico 6c value at 4Jc. All kinds of Worsteds from 8c yd up. ,
Men's; Boy's and Childreng Clothing to fit everybody little and
big, old and young, rich and poor.
mammoth stock, before you buy. . , ,
We offer this week's sale 650
for 69c, The Greatest Bareains ever
75 Middle St, next to Gaikill Hdw. Co., New Bern, N. C. .
owrroN bkano ! ' ,
, , , FOE ANYTHING IN THE KBOCKKY LINE. , ; i
Justin a Fresh "lot of Oatmeai;1 Pettyjohn's Breakfast
Food, Force, Grape Nuts, Cream of Wheat, Buckwheat, Pos
' turn, Cheese, Macaroni and a general assortment of Canned
Goecis. . ... ( wmi' . s
Mackerel and Salt Mullets these axe very fine t ? t
r A new barrel of Saner Kraut Justin. .. . .....
'Alsfr a Fresh lot of Cakes and Craohew of all kinds Justin,
in packages and bulk. . , . .,.
" ' EtTSend in your orderst, ', . , ., , ,
S ' ' , , .I .:Pectfllv4.
3Jc per yard, only 10 yards to a cus
buying. 1250 yards,
Gome one, come all and examine our
( . J ' .
pairs Childrens School Shoes, value $1
offered in New Bern.
Snappier, Lamer,, Better Aucnr
Our line of Griffon Brand Cloth
. ing Men's .Suits, in Sxtra Fine
Worsteds and all the real thing.
Youths Suits in Elegant Cassi
mere, Childs 2 piece, 8 piece and
' Norfolk Suits in fullest assortment
' and at prices that require no argu
" ment to sell them." '
There may be some clothing as
good as burs but not at the prioe.
When ' you buy" here you buy
J. J. BAKtER,
J Middle Street