page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
rTPnhliahml la Two BttobOBftWT Toct
Uy ad Friday, at 9fl atkidk-ttitreeO
CHARLES U STEVEN j
bdroi urs rmonmor
: BUBscBirnow rate?-
Three MoaUis, .N.....85 "
Biz Month. M "
Twelv. Months..... $100
I . ONLY IK IDVlilCX
tAdlertlainr rate furnished upon ap
lteatioa at the office, or upon Uquixy
19"Tho Jouxhal Is only tent on py-In-tdranoe
bania. Subscribers will
receive notice of expiration of their sub
scriptiona and aa immediate napooee to
awtiea wU be appreciated by the
Entered at the Postofflce, New Ben
H. C as second-class matter.
Seetloa Two, Friday Not. 14, 1902
SOKE POLITICAL DEDUC
TIONS. The after election figures, .and the
conclusions draw a therefrom, are In
teresting, If not particularly tnstruc
life. The political calculator can alwayi
make deductions, after the election, and
how how it all came aboat, by hli own
The Democratic defeat In New York,
and the Democratic rictory In North
Carolina, hare proven good fieldi ilnce
the election, for those who enjoy draw
ing deductions from election returns.
In New York, the Coler defeat Is
placed to the credit, or discredit, of D.
B. Hill. Even Bird 8. Coler, who before
the election was shown to be the strong
est candidate for the Democrats to run,
since his defeat is set down as weaker
than other men who might have been
In the first place, the Democratic vote
Indicates both good party work on the
part of Mr. Hill, who managed the cam
paign, and also attests the popularity of
The fact that Governor Odell, through
hli official acts had made himself unus
ually popular, is not considered by
those who argue for the sake of putting
the Democratic loss upon Messrs. Hill
In North Carolina, the election with
its one sided vote, is shown by deduc
tions, as proving the worthlessness of
the Independent movement
But It should not be forgotten the
democratic majority was made public
weeks before election day, and there
was hardly an opponent of democracy,
or a voting democrat, who did not feel
sure that the State would go democratic
by a large majority.
The big democratic majority in North
Carolina, does not prove that the party
is Impregnable in its hold upon this
State, It Indicates a confidence that
the party is to be trusted with power to
work out Its promises made to the peo
ple during the past twq years.
The great affairs of State, which have
developed during the past two years,
are from the Democratic party. It is
this party which has asked for the
Amendment, for Inoreased appropria
tions for State Institutions, and the par
ty which has been given what it asked
The principal and only deduction that
can be drawn from the North Carolina
TOM fa that the people have given the
Democratic party the full opportunity
' totmake good its promises.
The Independent more wu never a
' serious matter to be considered at this
time, and only as the Democratic party
' shall fall to fulfill Its ".promises, Is there
" party fdanger of loss -of power to be
VALUE Ilf COMPULSORY VAf
Methods In the treatment of small
pox, the prevention of the spread of this
disease, all go to prove that cleanliness
and quarantine are not enough, bat that
vaccination Is needed, ahffwhert It is
not sufficiently don ty the people, vol-
atarily,' ft ?inild be mad coupui-1
t The medloal authorities and people of
Charlotte, N. C, are now takHni 'this
; ww wiaui . vara we spread oi mail
dltetM to be on IU Wat, eaek week
v keoomlng mora dangerous iaittr spread
SI SaM ratbe vlrttlence 6fttiriease.il
va juonaay, last, Thocinauon was
t inadef compulsory and no- ; doubt with
' this enforced, small pos' wllj be eheoked
' In Its spread and be gottea under con-
troL Certainly the present serious State
"V-i La twrbd in a short tiae. i ' '
.la aisUiig ;Ta!s9nVBEor;
C lotto is adeptlisj t' r---": l fi,
t c" :!-jri I c
A few years ago. Oreeasboro had aa
tavaafba of this disease, which saocaatb-
ed to the aaergetlo Betas of vaedaaUoa
which was forced ' upoa ha dUsems.
Blaos that thae there has been ao trou
ble, oaly oaeor two eases n several
Compulsory vaccination was enforced
in; this eity several weekifigo, is still la
force, not so much oa aoeoantofthe
white people, but la order to have a law
which should reach the negroes, and
eliminate the danger to the whites from
It can hardly be questioned, but that
today this city is freer from the dangers
of small pox contagion among Its peo
ple, than any other seaport city in this
The Ignorant and the wilful alarmist
are ever ready to raise the cry against
compulsory vaccination, but the com
munity which once hu enforced It will
find in It the meansHo both check the
disease and to prevent its future re
turn as a menace to the health of Its
TOD MOT WHAT TOO ARB TAXING
When you take Qrove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula Is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that It
Is simply Iron and quinine In a tasteless
erm. No cure no pay. Price Mc.
ELIMINATION OF SOUTHERN
Following closely upon the news from
Alabama, of the ousting from office of
Internal Revenue Collector Bingham
by the President, because of the Collec
tor's participation In politics, which had
for Its purpose the keeping out of col
ored menfrom taking any part In Repub
llcan party affairs, comes the news from
Washington that Senator Pritchard's
political status is the same as the Alabs
man's, hence the North Carolina Sena
tor Is threatened with political extinc
With this crushing of the Republican
attempts to organize a white party In
Alabama and North Carolina comes the
report that Ex-Governor Russell of this
State, Is to again become the leader of
the negro party.
So far as Senator Prtichard is ooncern
ed, while he is 'opposed by the majority
political party in this State, there is no
word against him, personally, and as a
Senatorial representative from North
Carolina, he Is held in as high esteem by
prominent Democrats as by those in his
Assuming the correctness of this new
position of President Roosevelt towards
the colored man In the South, It means
the political lellmination of the White
Republican party In this section of the
country just so (long as the colored man
Is to be : forced into public office, re
gardles of the white people's wishes.
A few Federal offices in the Southern
States may be given to colored men, but
the colored race as a whole must suffer
In every way, and lose the very oppor
tunities which they are now securing In
race advancement, because of their giv
ing up politics as a trade and profes
sion. This action of acknowledging the Im
portance of the colored man, polities',
opens up again the opportunity for race
disturbances, In such sections as the
Colored man may get Federal office.
The appointment of a colored man to
Federal office by the President, Is the
nrestmesns of exteimlnatlng Republi
canism In the South.
It makes certain the establishment of
a single political party In4he South,
with the colored man completely shut
out, except at here and there one may
get a Federal appointment, and even
these offices will soon prove most unde
sirable to even the most eager colored
If the President means to pursue this
course Of political action in the South,
It means an end to the political freedom
which the white voters have looked for
ward to, the creation of two white polit
ical rrtiee, end the South's active par-
ttdpetkm in National affairs.
- It means the elimination of the white
Republican m the South. It means not
a single degree of advancement In the
negro's political, commercial ' or educa
tional status. As for bis social status, It
must aver remain fixed, Unaffected by
other conditions, good or bad.;
Beware oi .Ointments for Catarrh
That .Contains Mercury V".-
aTnircflrj wffl sorely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
Whole system whea entering It through
the mucous surfaces. . Such articles
should never be used except on prescrip
tlont from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do Is ten' fold to the
good you can possibly derive from them
IlalTs Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F
J, Cheney ft Co, Toledo, 04 contains no
mercury, and Is taken internally, acting
directly Upo the blood and mucous sur
fates' of the system. In baying Hall's
Cstarrhfurl besure youget the genu
ine.. It Is taken Internally and made in
Toledo, CLlo,-' by F.J. Cheney & Co.
Testimonials free. .', .
Boli'-y Diu;;;;!sts. Prleejtoc per hot-
MOUNETJX NOT GUHTT .
i . - , '
' '' . . . 1 ' &
Jtry s Verdict Urea ' la Thirty at
Special to Journal,
New Yoax, Mot. 1L la the celebra
ted MoHnenx case, which was gtvea to
the Jury this afternoon, a verdict of not
CuQty was brought la after the Jury be
ing out thirty minutes.
Molinonx nearly 'falated when verdict
wu announced, and his father wept.
Thousands ooagTatalated M ollneex.
Asleep Amid Flames.
Breaking Into a biasing home, some
Areas en lately dragged the sleeping In
mates from death. Fancied security, and
death near. It's that way when you
neglect coughs and colds. Dont do It.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion gives perfect protection against all
Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles. Keep
R near, and avoid suffering, death, and
doctor's bills. A teaipoonful stops s
late cough, persistent bse the most stub
born. Harmless and nice tasting, It's
guaranteed to satisfy by C. D. Bradham.
Price 50c and il.OO. Trial bottles free.
Supreme Court Opinions.
Special to Journal
Ralkioh, November 11. The opin
ions handed down were at follows by
the Supreme Court today:
Palmer vs. Electric Co., from Forsyth,
Bell vs. Wycoff, from Rockingham,
Dorsett vs. Mfg. Co., from Davidson,
Mott vs. Railroad, from Iredell, re
Williams vs. B. Jt L. Ast'n. from Dur
Parker vs. Brown, from Granville, af
Sinclair vs. Huntly, from Anson, af
Hosiery Co., vs. Railroad.from Wake,
Lamb vs. Elizabeth City, from Pasquo
State Solicitor vs. Glass, from Ran
dolph, per curiam, affirmed.
Orlando, Fla Oct. 2, 1901.
The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Balti
Gentlemen; I take pleasure in recom
mending Hancock's Liquid Sulphur to
any one suffering with Eczema. I have
had It for ten or fifteen years, have tried
many remedies and found no relief until
I was induced to try your "H. L. 8."
Have only used it a short while and am
now almost entirely cured. I can truth
fully say that after fifty years as prac
ticing physician that your Liquid Sul
phur Is the most wonderful remedy for
Eczema I have ever known.
DR. W. W. LEAKE.
For sale at F. S. Duffy's.
As Not Guilty of Murder of Clara Mor
ton. Special to Journal.
Boston, Nor. 11. At the hearing of
Alan Mason for the murder of Clara
Morton, this morning the prisoner,
Mason, was discharged as not being the
More Men Needed for the Navy.
Washington, Nov. 10. The most cry
Ing need of the navy, according to the
annual report of Admiral Taylor, chief
of the bureau of navigation,' h more of
ficers to man our warships. He declares
that the preparations now going on for
the mobilization of the fleet in winter
manoeuvres, have brought the Depart
ment face to face with the critical condl
tion as to bo dangerous to the offlciency
of the fleet. He nbmlts a table showing
that the present seeds of the' naval ser
vice requires 1,600 officers while the
number on the navy list is only 1,038, or
577 short. He figures that the vessels
now authorized by Congress hat not
completed will require 499 additional of
Does It Pay to Buy Cheap?
A cheap remedy (or coughs 'and colds
is all right, but you want something that
will relieve and care tha more severe
and dangerous results of throat and
lung troubles. What shall yon do? Go
to a warmer and mora regular climate T
Yes, if possible; if not possible for you,
then in either case take the ONLY rem
edy that has been Introduced In all civ
ilized countries .with success' in severe
throat and , lung troubles, "Boschee't
German Syrup.", It not only I heals and
stimulates the tissues . to destroy , the
germ disease, but allay Inflammation,
causes easy expectoration, 'gives a good
night's rest, and cures- the patient. Try
ONE bottle." Recommended many years
b all drucglsts la the wwld Tou can
get this reliable remedy Mali druggists.
Prloa5an47lc. -':; - I ,
Changed From Her Former State.
"She's hot as pensive a sue was be-
fnrn von mnrricd'hi. ! " ' " ':
' "No'. ahe'a expensive ' no." tnfllan-
Spoils -Kewa. V-" - n I ,-
- With- tbe -exception of the? British
parliament; the Swedish riksdag is the
oldest Of the existing legislative bodies
,7 starfln& But True.
"If every one knew ? what a grand
medicine Dr. King's New Life PUla Is,"
writes D. H.Tarner, Dempseytown, Pa.",
"you'd sell all you have In a day' Two
weeks' use hu made a new man of me."
Inf '"Ve for constipation, stomach and
lit ? t m V.os. 3c at 10. D. Erail'inn
? 2 1 ,::',
Confer e ice of State Schools Super
Appllesats For Licensed Pharma
cists, laeeadlary Case. State
Charter. Hero Boom
' Needed at A. it M.
shlalag. RaLiioh, November 11. The State
Board of Pharmacy, Meesre. Zoeller,
Hancock and Simpson, met here today
and examined 23 applicants for li
Ooanty Superintendents arrived today
In large numbers to attend their State
Conference which will be held tomorrow
in the hall of the house of commons.
Among the first to arrive was Supt. S F.
Venable of Ashevtlle, whose establish
ment of rural graded schools In Bun
combe has proved so great a success.
Insurance commissioner J. R. Young
is at Windsor to press the cut against
Conley and two other men who are
charged with burning Con ley's store.
A charter was today granted to the
Cherokee Tanning Co., of Andrews,
Cherokee county, capital $100,000 to
make dyes and tanning extracts out of
wood, bark and leaves, also essential
oils, wood alcohol, etc.
President Winston of the Agricultural
and Mechanical College 'has a great
many letters from persons who wish to
enter that college, for whom there Is ao
room. He says a great and immediate
need is for ten large dormitories, each
as large as Watauga hall, which accom
Prof. Burkett of the Agricultural and
Mechanical College Is preparing a text
book on elementary agriculture.
Revenue officers say there will be a con
slderable Increase of moonshlnlng from
now until March, owing to the lower
price of corn and the increased demand
The negro State Baptist Convention
meets in annual session tomorrow at
Smlthfield, Rev. Dr. G. 8. Brown and
Rev. George Whltted presiding. Educa
tion and African missions will be chiefly
Mr. N. B. Broughloa of Raleigh, who
Is the Superintendent of the Baptist
Tabernacle Sunday School, which Is the
largest in the State, will by special Invi
tation address this convention tomor
row. The next legislature may make the
pure food law more forceful than It noW
Is. The report of the great number of
adultrations will naturally attract at
tention. One Minute Cough Cure.
Is the only harmless cough cure that
gives quick relief. Cures Coughs, Colds,
Croup, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough
Pneumonia, Asthma, LaGrlppe and all
Throat, Chest and Lung tropbles. I got
soaked by rain, says Gertrude E, Fen-
ner, Muncie, Ind., and contracted a se
vere cold and cough. I failed rapidly;
lost 48 lbs. My druggist recommended
One Minute Cough Cure. The first bot
tle brought relief; several cured me. I
am back to my old weight, 148 lbs. One
Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm, re
lieves the cough at once, draws out In
flammation, cures croup. An ideal rem
edy for children. F. 8. Duffy.
Liquid Air Power.
The result of tests of a liquid air
plant made at Cornell university, re
ported at the Pittsburg meeting of the
American Association For the Ad
vancement of Science, indicates that
the expenditure of one horsepower
continuously for one hour results
n the production of Just enough
liquid air to produce, if utilised
In Its turn as a source of power
In a perfect machine, one horse
power for one minute. The experi
menter adds that the most efficient
method of obtaining liquid air aa yet
discovered would increase the time to
only five minutes.
Use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, for
Eczema, Pimples, Ringworm, Dandruff
and all skin diseases. For sale at F. 8.
- Tha Hoaxr of the Seven tiablea.
A cousin of the, late Nathaniel Haw
thorne, who lives iu Salem, says there
never waa a House of the Seven Ga
bles in that town. He tells the Boston
Journal that "Hawthorne came down
to visit me shortly before his death,
and we rambled about the old haunts
of his early days. 1 was particular
to ask him to point out, if be could,
the famous House of the Seven Gables,
because at that time the controversy
existed In some degree. ' j -p -t s i.
" There never was any, iwas his
Immediate reply to me. 1 never had
any particular house In my mind when
I wrote the story. It was Just a fancy
of my own." , . ... , .-l
TH W1H IU Alwyifloajj
, ; fwmpkln Tomato Colckap. '
The Minnesota food and dairy com
mission has discovered the use of
Cooked pumpkins In making tomato
catchup. It has merely enough toma
toes In It to flavor It. and the t6dy Is
made of the cheaper fruit of the vine.
New uses are being continually discov
ered for the pumpkin. Jams of all
kinds are made of pumpkins and chem
ically flavored. It Is cut to shape and
preserved as fruits of different kinds.
and' peach leather Is also chiefly pump
; v. Luck in Thirteen.
" By sending -18 miles Wm. Bplrey, of
Walton Furnace, Vt., got f box of
Bucklen s , Arnica Salve, that wholly
cured a horrible Fever 8ore on his leg.
Nothing ;els could. . Positively, cares
Bruises, Felons, Ulcers, Eruptions,
Bolls, Burns, Corns end Piles. Only
3oo, .Guaranteed by?;. D. Bradham ding
U1 '. ..
" " "- ' !v 'r'
Tne yieM of cora' this year b declared
lo greater than foi tea years.
The Molinrax murder trial Is being
argued. The greatest tatarest Is being
taken in the
Because of "his "pernicious activity"
ta-pomie J. HT'ltatfis&V Collector of
Internal Reruns for tha district of Ala
bama hu been ousted trom office. The
specific ."charge brought against him is
his efforts to keep the negro out of
Republican politics la his state
The construction of the sew bridge
ecrou the Xast river at New York wm
hindered by a Are which cost 1500,000.
The highest part of the 830 feet above
above the water wu destroyed. Three
workmen won Injured by being precipi
tated to the water.
Arrangements aqs being made for a
Joint debate between tha students of
Princeton University and University of
Henry E. Youtsey who is setting a
life sentence in the Kentucky penlten
tlery for the murder of Gov. Goebel has
confessed. Nothing hu been nude pub
lic concerning It,
The S8th annual session of the Ameri
can Bankers' Association Is being held
I nNew Orleans.
Younf Woman Attempts Suicide.
Wilmington, N. C Nov.10.-M1m
Lena Haar, a well known young woman
and member of a prominent German f ami
ly of this city, made an unsuccessful at
tempt at suicide early this morning
She, obtained a razor and made two deep
slashes with It across her breast over
her heart. She wu discovered by her
mother lying In a pool of blood on the
floor. She wm very weak from the lots
of blood. A physician wm hastily sum
moned and Mwed up the wounds, which
are very serious, but not fatal Mist Haar
explains her act by aaying she wu des
pondent snd did not care to live any
longer, but further than that she would
aay no more. She Is twenty-live years
old and wu happy to all appearances.
Her brother Mr. G, Henry Haar, a proml
nent young business man of this city,
is now in New York 6n his wedding
It you are billons and seeking sdviS'
Take De Witt's Little Early Risers,
Just before going to bed.
You will find on the morrow,
You are rid of your sorrow
That's all; just enough said.
These famous pills do not gripe, but
move the bowels gently and eully,
cleansing the liver. Their tonic effect
gives strength to the glands, preventing
a return of the disorder.
How Treee Grow,
The last annual circle of 'wood leaves
an accumulation of living cells' upon its
surface, and toward midsummer these
cells produce an abundance of new
ymes until the aggregate Is sufficient to
form a new annual layer. This process
on common, trees requires about six
Rheumatism Cured in a Day by
Mystic Cure For Rheumatism.
"Mystic Care" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures In 1 to I days.
Iu action upon the system la remarka
ble and mysterious. . It removes at once
the cause and the disease Immediately
disappears. The first dose greatly bene
fits. 75 cents and 91.
'Sold by T. A. Henry, Druggist, New
Swiss grlildiocnke8 are .really potato
croquettes In all except form. Grate
four or five large potatoes, press part
of the water out of them and mix with
two Ueuten "eggs and a heaping tea
spoonful of salt Drop by spoonful on
hot greased griddle.
Taksabath lniHancock's Liquid Sul
phur, i They n superior to those of the
most celebrated Sulphur Springs, having
the additional advantage of Doing made
any desired strength. They 'will cure
Prickly heat, Eczema, and all skin ois-
For sale byF. a Duffy. '
Dare of Chivalry.
Wife (drearily-Ah. met The days
of chivalry-are past
Husband Wbnfs the' matter now?
Wife-filr Walter Raleigh" laid hla
cloak on the ground for- Queen Elisa
beth to walk over; but yoo get mad
simply because poor, ear-mother ut
down on year bat New York Weekly.
- T the iestmairtpttoafor Malarls,
Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Qboti'i
Tastkum CtauTono. It It 'simply
Iron and quinine la r tasteless forts. No
cure no pay. Price Wo. V
.' frISay Haapealaara.
AOn Friday 8hakeepeare, Washington
and Naputoeu were born, Queen Victo
ria waa married, the battles of Bunker
Bill -an KeW Orleans were fought,
America was discovered, Moscow was
burned, Richmond was evacuated, the
Bastille ws destroyed, the Mayflower
arrived matt 'the' Declaration of Inde
pendence was signed. ,
A Startltaf Surprise.
!;Teiy few oohld DeMevS' In looking at
A.T. Hoadley, a healthy, Robust black
smith of Tilden, IndV that for ten years
he suffered such-'- tOrWres from Rheu
matism u few could' endure' and llva.
But a- wonderful ohaags followed his
taklng: Elect riO Bitters. "Two bottles
wholly -tared me," - he Writes, "and I
have not felt a twinge la over a year."
They regulate - the Kliney; purify the
blood 'and ears ' Rheumatism, Nearal
gia, ' Nervousness, L"Tove ' donation
snd pvs pejJ-t hp' .h. Try P i.
Only & J cts. at; C D, ra-a .
S.OiS. , r i '
J f i - - 1 i
Avertable Prep vailonftr As
bng the S tostttts and Bowls of
ness and Kest. contains neither
ArwfcTl Remedy forConslim
Tion, Sour Stouwch.DiarrtMcn
Vwrms jLonvvdsions .reverish-
rac Simile Signalure ef
CXACT CQPYOf WKAPPCR. 1
(rUTHl N QiffiffS 1X21 4.
1 Costs Onlj 25 cents
J Or iull tl Ma Si U C
S. C Not. it 1900. I tu int d.M k
irlth oar tab? whB teMbotftMulafut,MftprvwittroieoliuS to nraHdlrMM thootoauom.
UMer II vm oaorniin OMiftiiff aoabioo, ua iuoitombm no rouoa m ootorory pononoioi oua loir rrw aongoit
lhotmroooBOM)nnt DMitriO uoof dniffo ond oootliliif ovrapo. Ibat o Soro ommAo ragord it. otor oto with tfam
ohUdron, uosairf thm owiltt whoa ihorola ooby la thobowo Md oott IMtaothiag trooblot ftro oror, ond
w. toko plomiuro lo nconmoDdlng It to oor frlondf Intload of Im horrid stoff that to maar pooplo aa, to heap tball
babjaatt. BaJtTWKLLM. ATBB, (Maaafar Pattj TUaMaad Waokl TtaMa-Monaafar.)
J. A JONES,
LARGEST AND FIN8ET BTOCK;OF "
HOESES an.d. 2A.T?TES
ever offered for sale in this citj, A car load of each just in,
Alfloja complete line of Puggies, Wagonr, Harness, Rober, Whips,
OartiWiieels, dec, .;-..
JT A JONE, Briad St. SUwart's Old Stand.
Dress Goods and Cape Sale!
We never, try to make big money on a few sales but a little money
on many sales.' Our store has justly earned .the title of the birth place
of low price. ' .
. LOOK l LOOK II : CHILDEKNS JACKETS.
M Inch Dress Flannel, worth 7Bo for 48e 3 50 Jackets. - - "- - tl 98
88 " " : " . 600 " 830 00 Jacket. - '.- - 124
40 " " ;Q" 0c" 840 160 Jacket - - - W
CAPES. :jm 100 Jackets, - - - - 68
$7 00 Capes, -' - - $408 ,
4 BO Capes, - ' - - - - 898 Ladies Bed and gray flannel Under
8 CO Capes, - ' - 1 78 skirt goods at 10a, 16c and Wo. s
For this week we have 69 dozen Misses and ' C'hildreng Black Rib
Hose, worth 10c, will sell this week at half price 5c '
s Ladies Underwear 25 doz, valae 37o each, this week 221c. "
' " Just received A big line' of Hens and Boys Clothing prices too low to
mention; also a full line of all kinds
- - ; ' ' ! ;w ;Try reipectflly, , : l. '.
75 Middle St. next to flaikill
VE ARE FITTED UP ; ' r
To FILL ORDERS to Stoves
A full stock of Wood Heaters,
fectwith front feed door. ! You will Ind on oar floor the kind yoa
want. We are prompt in 'putting these' up; ' Look oar stock over
before placing yonr order.
" We carry good Btock of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Lima, Cement, .Has
ter, Mjthing you may want m Builders Material,
Special Black Jack StoTe Blacking.
Ball Bearing Castors. ' : . '
! Vr !: ?5 Ilrrd Vcrl: r..t!:rjt COLD DUST.
Tot Infanta und Cli.tldren.
Kind You Have
Always Bought -
' TWC TslM sjMBant rtsTW VMM Wff
the Bowel Troablts of
Aids Ugsstloai Regelates
ths Bowtli, Strengthens
the Child and Mikes
L - it
J. S4 OPrBTT. SS. B ST. LOU IK un
omr luar knUlu tm Ckarhttoa to w TKBTBIMS
of Shoes. '
Hdw. Co,, New Bern, N. C.
Wilson Heaters, ana Dotn are per
uasKiii naraware Aao,
78.VaDU Bit KSW BKH, N. O