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RIW BIB9, CmU COUSTT, V. C., TJISD1T DICIMBItt 16, 1902. FIRST 8KCTIOS.
State Bonds Reserrel Can be Used
. For Educational Purposes. v-
Slate Charter. GeUIajr Clean Malls
Fr lef lilator. ' Small Be
ipoim For Walter Bal- :
el; Status 'tnC ',. , v
'- ' Woo Condi. a ,
. . tlaa State - -' J
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BaLiiqb, December' It. The legtsle
.lire Joint committee baring finished Its
' -examination of the book, Touchers, etc
' in the office of the Bute treasurer and
, Auditor, today made lta report.. V.-;
..The receipts of the general faad, :1he
' report says were l.W.Wa for th fiscal
year ended November 80th lest, while
,the dlsbursemenUew $1,884,004, lear
iog $44,954 balance, A. year" ago the
' balance was $8,000 on the wrong side of
' the ledger. .: V
,' .The receipts of the educational fund
- v were $16,175, the balance December 1,
1901, being $33,884; 'the disbursements
were $3,790, leaving on hand $48,909.
, - , There Is a pnblio school fond et $145,
260 In State bonds In the treasurer's
hands, this being Jhe property of the
State board of education. It may be
5 that this fund or mots) f It will be sp
4 plied to the pnblio schools la 1903. It
' . this Is dono It will take a strain off the
treasury.. Tbe fund came from the sale
"of samp lands and the bonds hate
been lu tbe treasury ' number .of
years.- . , . '";:
The leglvlatlye committee found the
books of the treasurer and auditor to be
admirably and correctly kept. vvi :
. .. j A charter is -(-rsuted the Iliddenlte
... Granite Company, capital $100,000, with
headquarters at Salisbury. Its quarries
will be in Alexander county, near Bid
denlte. , . . - '
The legislative halls are being thor
oughly denned, for the first time In
many yeara. All the wood, work and
the walla as well are being cleaned with
soap aud witter, and the Improvement Is
A mad dog was killed here todaf after
It had tried to blfe three wen nd bad
bitten a horse and eight dogs. -
As yet not $18 h b: en received from
- tbe public schools of the Btate' as a re--Suit
of the appeal for contributions on
"""North Carolina Day this year for the
-. Sir Walter Kalotgh statue fand. The
jnouey will Uayof to beraise by other
means than thls' l. ' v-"' ;.
" Among today's arriraU were O D Mo-
Iver, Greensboro; George Badger Harrie,
Henderson; H M Heath, Charlotte. . I
The report of Adjutant- General
Beverly 8. Royster, to the Governor was
made today " and says that during
. the year there - hat . beeu very de
cided Improvement In the general eon
. dlllon of the State Guard. Tbe officers
, v are Impressed with the need of attention
Y.'. to details and the "result ' Is gratifying,
: ' The "Dick Bill", now .'before. Con
gress, will greatly benefit the guard and
grant $20,000 more of supplies annually.
It will also pay for Instruction of troops
. 1 1 Held, service," j the" strength ipr-the
Gaard a yew ago was $033. Ills bow 1998
there being twojpfawry ?eglmenU'ibf
12 eompanlBs, A battery tjlgbt artillery
": your naval"mllitladfvlldfls' three regl
1 menial bsndi. There art? ne Infantry
and one division leas thsd last year, and
many companies hM disWarged all- in
active and inefficient metfv . "
rbe troops are. well dlstrlbuted-ln the
State so as to give all sections the bene
- fit of their services." During the year
,c five Infantry companies and one division
of oaval militia were disbanded and four
new companies accepted,' There are so
many applications on file that It would
be eaBy to double, the atrength of the
Guard. The condition of the Guard la
In most respects better then ever before.
Klakt uniform will be sent to all the
troops In the Spring. Five times during
the year at Wilson, Edenton, Salisbury,
.Henderson, and Charlotte, the troops
. were called on by the olvfl authorities.
An arsenal Is greatly needed... ' -The
report on criminal statistics for
"the , State .hQKt atUst' yeat3i89
whlts, 4100 negroes and 12 Indians
were tried, and .5801 were convicted of
those tried 8 were for arson, 22 burglary
87 murder, 18 rape. This year 4957
; whites, 4839 negroes and li ,ladlans
were tried and 6418 convicted, of those
tiled 7 were for arson, 13 burglary, 43
murder, 1 rape. ; v
MaysvlUe Church PestlvaLi
On Friday night, December 2B,1902 at
the ardemy, the business men of Mays
vlllo will give a festival for the benefit
of the M. E. Church at that place. Every
body Is cordially invited to attend. Come
and you will enjoy yourselves. ' Tour
presence will be much appreciated
, .1 - Very truly yours,
' Mrs. M. R. Babibton,
. '." bs. D, J. Watsoh,
' Mbs. K. R. Hat,
, Miss Amhib Eoohci,
Mhs. A. J. CoLLras, '
' "... - '. ' ' Managers.
For Lifants and CLIl Vcx
fib K!:J Y;j i::v3 Lr : T '
, r-i t'j y ; ; r-f.atafcfC:-.
CASTRO STILL'. DEFIANT.
Threat af Genua tad English Vessels
ta Bombard rorto Cabelle do llet ,
thange Els Pasltloa.' L
Special to JounaL' '," . J.'y. ..
. Waahmgtqq. D.C, December 11
Kews from Venesiela lays the demand
for the surrender of Porto Cabello la re
fused. ' y : '
The German . flagship Tlnela, aud
British" cruiser,, Ariadne, have , cleared
decks for action. .Their Commanders
served uotloe that unlets the port is sur
rendered within twenty-four hours, the
town wQl be bombarded.' . -.. -,
It Is officially announoed that Presi
dent Castro In reply to the German ul
timatum, has rejected every ' point pro-
poeed..:,;;"- ' V'!'
" Rerenue aert: --Promotion.
Special to JourrAL : , . ; .' j '
RatxraB, December 18 Re venue Col
lector Duncan promotes John BKoonce,
of Onslow to the clerkship to succeed
Deatoa, who is now chief clerk, vlce
Dr Cyrus' Thompson, resigned.. " V. C.
Downing o( pumberlani Is appointed
to HQ the plaoe made vacant by Koonce's
promotion. .' ' ','
; Quarterly Meeting- Dates. ,
The first Quarterly meeting for Jones
circuit will be held at Trenton Deo. 87th
and; 28th ; 1908." The flrst for Craven
circuit will be held at Epworth Jan.
- D. Swibdill, P. E.
No attempt was made Saturday to land
the transpacific cible at San Fraucisoo,
Cal, ;, ' ' , ..
Mayor Low, of New York accrpted
yesterday the resignation of Police Com
missioner Partridge. '
Tw of the 'big car ferries of the Aon
Arbor Railway at Frankfort, Mich., are
tied up bocause of lack of coal
The American Institute of Architect
tects, in session at Washington D. O. re
elected Its officers end adjourned Satar-
day.. ! '..J. y .; : ., ; v .
German societies in New .York are trv
lug to obtain a national pension of $2000
a year for Mrs Elite SIgel widow of
Major General Fran a Sigel.
Mrs, TJ. 3. Grant, widow of Gen Grant
died yesterday at her home in Washing
ton, D.C. -.--:. v. ..i t : v
Failure of crops in Russia has mad
starvation Imminent and It ia said that
women and children are being sold to
buy bread. - v ,
A severe snow storm raged all day
Saturday In the Northern States. Street
railway in New. York and Philadelphia
wen tied up Sunday on account of the
Icy condition of tbe streets. .
Union cigar makers who talked of go
ing on a strike last week have abandon
ed tbeir plan; satisfactory settlements
having been made.
Market Letter on Cotton.:
By private wire, JLE Latham k Co.
.- New York, December 15. Memphis
reports s rain fall of over 4 Inches today.
In any number of -places the weather
was such as to make, a free movement
out of the question for some time tc
come. , It was not surprising therefore,
that prices' made another high (ouch
with March ever 8.30, most all day. In
fact It Is nothing but obstinacy of the
market that prevents prices advancing.
Had any one suggested to us' that the
movement , could run Jiehind. 100,000
bales In a week, and promise to lose
most of the excess over last year, I we
would have conditions Ignorant of the
market, but here We are Just doing that
ana yet prioea fan to advance much.
What Inducement la there to buy or sell
Id a market of this kind ? We don't
know when the movement will pick up.
Just when the last short is covered and
everything looks like a straight sway
market receipts are likely to increase
and the whole .thing collapse. This will
be true if two things are true. . First,
unless the Government has for the first
time In Its history overestimated the
crop, the commercial figures are likely
to be at least 10,800,000 and this will
mean a larger movement soon. Second
If the average estimate is not going to
break all records by coming out of line
at the final out-tarn, there Is likely to hf
about eleven million bales in sight. Thli
will mesn an Increase pretty soon. 01'
course tt may be swsy off this year and
all our reasononlng Is valueless. If
prices advance and shorts cover gener
ally , what Is going to hold the market
when the movement gets larger f For
tbe time being we look for higher prices,
but we would take adv--i cf I ,'-e
to sell long cotton and 1 ? ) not
I t JCept on good bre ' . '
, ' J. E. I " "n & Co. j-
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars To
" Gladden Pensioners. '
District Attorney Spears BesmaL
Suite Charter, EetlrUg Su
preme Cotrt Jutleei
1 ailNewCotrt ef Jus-
tlcea. Kelt Bnlle- '
' tin oa Applet.
RiLaioB. Deo. 15, Jadge Pnrnellof
U.S. District Court asks for the removal
of assistant District.. Attorney. Oscar J.
Bpeare. Itiaealdthat there Is a report
agalnat Speassy . oa Ale at Washington,
made by a special agent a year or more
ago, to the .effect that he did not lire
here hut la Harnett county, and was
hence not able e give proper- attention
toohe business. .-.i i -; ,
Auditor Dixon was all tmllei today.
He said: . "We are just sending out a
big Chriatmaa gift to the pensioners, in 1
the shape of $200,000. Ail the warrants
are tent out today; and as you see I sm
delivering these to the register of deeds
for Wake.? ,u t.
The Btate grants a charter to the Ell
Gurganus General Mercantile Company
of Willlamaton, with $25,000 capitaL
uniei uiera, a. T.uuoson oi tne Diate
Auditor has gone to Morehead City, to
take a week's trip duck, shooting, with
oyster commissioner Webb.
Arguments before the Supreme Court
are finished. Court will adjourn for the
term Friday or Saturday. ,
On tbe first dsy of January; chief jus
tice D M Furches and Associate' Justice
Charles Cook of the Supreme ' Court
will retire. Judge Furches wQl return
to his home at Btatesville, and Judge
Cook will go to the southwest, where he
will locate. The new court, so to speak,
will be composed of chief justice Walter
Clark and justices Robert M. Douglss,
Walter A Montgomery, Henry G Connor
and Piatt D Walker, and these take of
fice January 1. ''' 'T.'f - 1
The next bulletin of the agricultural
department will be largely about apples
and the illustrations will be beautiful
They , will be half-tones, from photo
graphs made in orchards, last autumn in
Western North Carolina by secretary
The National Bank Annual Meetinj:.
, The annual meeting of tbe stockhold
ers of this Bank, for the election; of Its
Directors, and the transaction of such
other huslness',' as . may , come before
them, will be held at their banking house
on the 2nd Tuesday of January being
the 13th day of January 1908.
The polls will be opened at 12 o clock
m. to he closed at 1 p. m. 1
New Bern, N. O., Deo. 12th, 1902.
;-" V OH ROBERTS,
v:'"'"V :" " - Cssbler.
. Twain on Christian Science.
AshevIJle Cltisen, Dee, 6th. -
No writer has ever so unmercifully"
uncovered the errors and mistakes of
the Christian Boientlsta as has Mark
Twain. ; Yet the great American humor
let is hot the kind of nan who can
only : see one aide of a . question . or
cannot recognise some good in Texy-
thlng. i-ui i vipr---
In the Cosmopolitan; magazine , about
two years ago he wrote a most scath
ing satire on Christian Science,' showing
the ridiculousness of some of Its claims
and the silly conclusions to which
even well-founded principle can be car
In the iortb American Review for
December, however, .he has sometMag
to uy on the other side of the questaen.
He writes' :; ' -.-: .'."v - .
"And who are attracted hy Chrlstfan
Science! There Is no limit; Its field is
horiaonless; its appeal Is as universal as
i the appeal of Christianity Itself. It
appeals to the rich, the poor, the high,
the low, tbe cultured, the Ignorant, the
gifted, the stupid, the modest, lb vain,
the wise, the silly, the soldier, the Iv-
11 Ian, the herd, the coward, the Idler,
the worker, tbe godly, tbe godless, the
freeman, the slave, the adult, Jhe child;
inev ' wno are alllnsr m mlna or ooav;
they Who have friends that are ailing In
body or mind.- To mass it In a phrase,
Its clientage Ik the human race. Will It
march J 1 think so." . '.
' MarkTwaln. also ; calls attention to
the following words of a Baptist clergy
man, writing 1n the' Christian Bclcmce
Journal for October:? 1898: "TheV average
Christian Scientist ;bas ; put all' anxiety
and fretting, undr, hit feet.",He does
have a victory over tear,, and car that is
not achieved ' by I tbe average orthodox
Christian." , 1 f x i -v-
.The famo-us humorist's comment on
this reads'. 'f What - proportion -if your
earnings would . you be - willing to psy
out for that frame of mind, year In. year
outt It really outvalues any price that
can be put upon It. Where, can you
purchssj It, st any . outlay" of any sort,
In any church, or ; out of It eiklsept the
Solentlst's R ,' ' ,
JorJan's Liver Pills.
The Jordan's Lfvcr PHI contlnui ft to
be a piop'ular liver medicine. It Is a teg
e'uLlo pill and does not conteli call -net.
SYMPATHY . FOR VENEZUELA
From Argentine Republic and Chill. This
Couatry Stands by Monroe :
j . Doctrine.
Special to Journal.
WasbikotoHi December 18. The Ar-
gentlne RepubUo and Chill, stand ready
to declare their sympathy for Vene
suela, and become the letter's allies
against Germany and England, and have
instructed their Ministers net to ascer
tain the views of the United States, re
garding such a step on their part.
President Roosevelt had a Cabinet
meeting, today.. ' "
The United States will let the dispu
tants fight it out, unless there Is a very
evident. dlspositlbnTSy Great Britain
and Germany to seise territory, and thus
oome In direct conflict with the Monroe
Fewer gallons; wears longer, Devoe.
Application will be made to the next
session Of the General Assembly of
North Carolina to amend the charter of
the Pamlico; Oriental and Western Rail
This December 11th, 1902.
Presides P. O. and W. R. R
, :Frnu Friedrlch Mnterna, the original
Branhllde, has lost all her money and la
obliged to give music lessons in Vienna.
Mrs.' Phebe Hearst's gifts for arche
ology and anthropology at the Univer
sity of California amounted to $111,000
during tbe last academic year.
Miss Lizzie Sherman, tbe only un-
married daughter of the late General
W. T. Sherman, will not return to Wash
ington this winter, but will remain in
.Miss Emma D. Sedgwick, in the office
of the quartermaster general, Washing
ton, has Just celebrated the fortieth an
niversary of her entrance in the serv
ice of the war department
Dr. Sara R. Ellison of New York is
considered to have the finest library of
book on conjuring and magic in the
conntrr. reoresentlni many years or
search, and labor on the part of its own
. Miss Nora Stanton Blateh, grand
dauzhtcr of the lata Elizabeth. Cady
Stanton, was the only woman to take
up civil engineering' at Cornell unlver-
sltyv- She will carry on her grnnamotn.
er's Hfe work.
Under the will of Jane Anne Maid
atone Smith, recently filed in Philadel
phia, ' several valuable paintings, in
cluding portraits of Queen Matilda of
Denmark and Marie Antoinette, are de
vised to the Duke of Argyll in trust for
The Comtemte de Castellane, formerly
Miss Anna Gould, has a magnificent
collection of Jewels, among which is a
rQara of diamonds, emeralds and sap-
irJMres once belonging to ex-Queen Isa
bella of Spain.- It waa purchased by
theeomtesse for $125,000.
Mine Mildred Howells, daughter of
William1 Dean Howells, who is to mar
ry David" Kalrchlld, entomologist of the
Smithsonraa institute, naa Deen tne es
pecial com!anloB of her father and In
her chlldhoo-1. figured in two or three
children's stories which be wrote ror n
Juvenile magazine. .
Mr. Schwab seems .to be tired of ev
erything but spending money, and even
that la becoming a bore-Buffalo News, i
No one can contemplate the profound
alienee-of Channcey Depew recently
and aay that marriage is a failure,
Memohls Commercial Appeal.
It ia aaid that Count Bonl de Castel
lane has an 111.000 overcoat This re
calls the cowboy expression, "A hun
dred dollah saddle pn a ten daUajinoas."
Denver Post - -
Booth Tarklnirtoo' In Indiana and i
Winston Churchill in' New Hampshire
.will now DrOceed to give tnose com
monwealths some novel legislation.
Dr. Harper may be right In deeiartng
that the church is "alienating tne ricn,"
but be has the satisfaction of knowing
that be Is entirely innocent of aich fol
ly himself. Newark Kews.
General Cor bin ban deciaea tnat giria
say marry bla bjtstUieaded, stuffy, old
gea-sralfl, but they must not set tbeir
cane for his vounir officers. 6 rent la 1
Corbln, and he has no prophet Bir
mingham Age-Herald. . . j , .
' n P...1! Joke.
"I thlnkit Is so silly to. see a baby
hitlna- hie toes." remarked' tne young
"Well. I "don't" spoke upne youu
f other. "If shows that he'le already
learning howsto be thrifty." j.
trvi. lanf hi mnklnsr both ends
meetr'-Cblcngo News. , C
v Watch For The Balloon.
A unique and Interesting advertise
ment will be put out by the jseemve
in the shape of a balloon which will be
sentub from the store and to which
will be attached a card. The balloon of
course, will laud somewhere, and If the
person finding tbe card will return It to
the Bee Hive be will receive a present.
The person msklng a correct solution of
the nuzzle contained on tbe card will
also receive a valuable present.
The balloon ascensions will take place j
at? o'clock Wednesday. Thursday and
BLADES LUMBER COMPANY
Of Jltw Bern Granted State Charter.
Great Falls Cotton rg. Co. In
- x creases Its Stock.
Specjal to Journal.
' Kalbmh; Dec II. The State today!
Charters the Blades Lumber Company I
Of New Bern, with capital $150,000.
. The Oreat Falls Cotton Manufactur
ing C. Is authorised to Increase Its capl
tal stock from $100,000 to $150,000.
The Roller tray trunk Still takes the I
lead, a lady should buy no other make. I
For sale by J.J.BAXTER.
Hello There! Say,
Stop a moment. Can you tell me the I
place I want to go tor Well, you're a
fool How do I know where you want
to cot Well I'm not so much so aa you
take sue for. Bui do show me 42 Middle !
St. or a place called '
Well, mv friend. !vou're all right, I'm
going there myself, to buy an overcoat
Come right along with me.
WORKING IN THE DARK.
nhMfnti of MlmlBSr Before tbe
Oavr Lmis Waa lit.
The difficulties under which coal
mlnlnsT oreratlona were carried on be
fore the scientist Davy had Invented his
safety lamn must have been very great
In many times the only alternative the
medieeval miner had to pitch darkness
was the phosphorescent gleam from
dried fish. The miner's implements,
orlclnally of stone or hard oak, gradu
ally Improved, but he wns forced to
work In almost complete darkness jnntfl
Sir Humphry Davy by his remarkaDie
Invention enabled him to light hla way
through the tunnels he had excavated
with comparative safety.
Agricola, an author who wrote about
the middle of the sixteenth century,
has left an elaborate treatise on coal
mlnine as it wn practiced during the
middle ages. From this we learn that
the horse gin, which survives to the
present day In some of the mining dis
tricts of Great Britain and northern
Europe, was the engine chiefly em
ployed both for lifting the coal and.for
getting rid of the water. This latter
object was also sometimes effected by
means of pumps turned by windmills
or by tunnels driven with great labor
to an outlet at a lower level.
Tomb of tbe Ancient Prophet.
There exist in parts of Islam many
tomba of the prophet Daniel. Of these
one of the most celebrated is at Cairo.
This fact need not astonish us. The
Mussulmans admit without hesitation
the duplication or even indefinite mul
tiplication of the bodies of holy per
sons without their veneration for each
of the remains being diminished in the
least. It is worth noting that the na
ture of the honorary qualifications ac
corded to the same saint varies In dif
ferent countries. Thus, for example,
Daniel haa at Cairo the name of Neb-bi-Daniel
that is, they give him the
title of prophet as being at the same
time that which suits him best and U
Che most honorable they can confer, Iij
Alserla or Morocco feudal countries
the title they Eive to saints is sidl.
which signifies lord, which Is alsd the
title there of military and political
chiefs. In central Asia they give to
those canonized persons whom they re
snect most aa to the prophet Daniel,
the title of kbodla. wntcn means jn
... a I
Arabic writer or lettered.
Pur kA SwMtv. tbe Skin, Solp,
ud tuur oi Innun. mnora
'ariLLION'a vn Cmtxmk Soar, as.
IVl slited bv Ctmotma Onmrarr, fo
' pnservlnc, purifyinft, and heautlfy
Ing the skin, for cleansing the soal-t, and
the stomlna: oi tuune nau, xor soiwnmfr,
whitanine. and sooth lna red, roneh, and
ten hand for baby sashes, itohlngs, and
ehaangs,andforallpurposMot the toilet,
Uth. and nutserr. KUlions of Women
use CcnccaA Boa In baths for annoying
irritations and Inflammations, for too tree
. or offensive perspiration. In washes tot
nlosrative weaknesses, and for many san.
atlve, antlseptio purposes which readily
suggest themselves to women.
Com r.I t a Treatment. CI.
' Cotiodha 8oa- (SSc.), to eleanse the sMn of
ornota and Renins and ottn Uie thickened
cuticle, CtmoniU Oimtmbkt (Roc.), to In
stantly allay Itching and lnflammrttlon, and
soothe ani heal, and CiiTtouRA KKHOLvaaX
leu.LS (Sue.), to cool and eie&nM the blood.
Ct-ttott4. P'.soith1 Vn,t (Choeolata
OoMwi) tUM. (kinri, enonnra.
JMTfc L j
rl nU.itlatehirthaewtehr.ti linHi(lCt!TI('T'4
B.M.u.,i,N,e,MWutur all other ufrtipriMre
end humour on. la Hnt4tf luui, evuuua.
Uig 6M doikHi, pioe 2a
m .ti '. r-wti .,
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lfOy... u .wO, it 0. A. hUI..,. . 1 M
eginning today I will tell you goodJTellow Table Peachea for t
lOcfper 8 lb can " .
""""Fancy Malaga Grape, Nice AppUa, Bajianaa, Raiaina,
B runes, Evaporated Appiea and Peaches, Citron, Lemon and
Orange Peel, Currants thoroughly cleaned 5c and lOo package, 7 -Mince
Meat, (coanuta, Cooking Buttw, Spicea and Flavoring : ;
Extracta, cUesnd sWner Krant,- ; ; 7
A large and welljaaaorted atock of;both Staple nd Fancy
roceries. .' .... .',";r J J
Toarajto pleae,J - .
1 'Phone 91- 71 JtrosA St"
J Greatest bargain Sale of Xmas Goods
T Tolls, Toys, Games, Books, Doll Carriages, Go Carts, Horns,
? Drums. Tea Bets. Doll Fnmitnre and hundreds of other things.
Ak tliH T1WF.HT PIlTC'Tla wa
Bring the children to see the
Store open every night until Xmas.
I BARFOOT BROS.
Useful Holiday Presents.
A WELCOME FOB ALL
buying the Christmaa Presenta early. It's much better to shop
at your leisure than in a rnah. Then there are many other
advantages tor. For instance: - Stocks are in better shape
than they -will be later on, thus you choose from better assort
ments than to be had a few weeks hence-
Ladies Pure linen Hemstitched Eandkei chiefs only 5c
Ladies Linen Lawn Handkerchiefs 1-8, 1-4 Hemstitched,
at 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c.
25c, 40c and 50c . '
Gents Handkerchiefs, Pare linen with 3 4 and I inch
hem at 15c, 20c and 25c.
Gents Silk Handkerchiefs, size 28x23 in., 1 inoh hem,
Umbrellas with fanoy handles at $1 25 to $6. ;
Just the thing you may want for a Christmaa Present. '
Tlie Bee Hive Balloon Ascension
Wednesday, ? Thursday and Friday,
Dec. 17, 10 &
we will send wo a laree
of The Bee Hive, on
be a card, the nnder
one ot them to us,
WILL RECEIVE A PRESH3T.
On these cards vie have
lating lo our business, tne one guc::i2-;
I most ot these Quotations Trill also receive .
valuable present. Guesses to be xent in. t
The Bee Hive not later
18th at 12 o'clocn.
It C03t you nothin!? to cuct3, eo put c :
your thinking cap and
TTiittenand signed to
61 Pollock St., O; -
have fiver named.
Toys and Santa Claus in our window.
19, at 3 0'clc:!:
balloon trom the ten
each balloon thero vrill
returning tnem or any
threo quotation rc
than Thursday, L. .
cend tho cvlz: :z i:
tho Uhcapc:t l:z:o i
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