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'itlE WEEKLY JOURNAL
Published la Two 8ecbont,T7 Turn
day and Friday, at Middle Strt0ew
CHARLES L. STEVEN5
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scriptiona and an immediate leeponse to
notice wul be appreciated Jby the
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A. CL as second-class matter.
Section Two, Friday Dee, 1, 1902;
THE GREATEST PREVENTION
A large standing army and a great
fleet of war vessels, hare often been held
at the most deterrent factor In the pre
tention of war between countries.
There is no denying the fact of the
Importance of this preparedness, for the
being ready to meet any aggressor, has
often caused a hesitation, resulting in
no war, when a war might hare been
teirun, had there been no previoct readi
ness. But the world's conditions today are
fast developing a much more formidable
factor, which will prove a perfect barrier
against nations warring with each other
In the future.
This 'barrier Is the credit system,
which places every world's creditor
nation nnalterably on the side of peace.
This credit system of the great nations
Is seen In the vast improvements which
are now taking place in countries which
are practically unknown, except to stu
dents of history.
In thls'matter ofLgrantlng credit, the
case of France Is illustrative of the tre
mendous sums of money which are
loaned throughout the world.
From official publications it Is stated
that the French nation has foreign In
vestments to-the amooiitof sis billions
of dollars, a startling sum, an amount of
money which would make each man,
woman and child of France a personal
lender of one hundred and sixty dollars.
And it is said that there Is not a coun
try in the world In which French money
Is not invested.
Is it any wonder that the once fiery
Gaul has become a conservative citizen,
when he Is such a large money len
And certainly no surer or greater
guarantee peace bonds could be given,
thajj such foreign investments as are
monthly taking place, with the commer
cial compact between creditor and debtor
nations,-' making each firm in alliance
for a perpetual peace.
The Increase in the export of manu
factured products from this country
shows a notable increase, manufactures
now forming one 'third of the export!
from this country. .
For the ten months of the year, the
figures of the Bureau of Statistics show
the per centage- to be 83.61 of, the tota)
exports from the country, and this Indi
cates that the total for the year will ex
ceed all previous years, except 1900.
The Bureau of Statistics has prepared
a statement ; which for the , first time
shows the exports of manufactures In
each year, from 1790 down to date. Dar
ing the first half of the past century the
hare which manuf actnres'fbrnied of the
' total exports was small, ranging from
7.8 percent, in 1800,' to 11.8 per cent
in 1826, 13 per cent, in 1850 and 12.7
per cent, la I860. . Since that, date there
. has been a marked: apward tendency in
the percentage which manufactures form
of the total exports. " 7 '
'In money values, the exports of mann
lectures In 1800 were $200,000; in. 1850
theyere only 117.000,000, and only In
1877 did they pass ' the one hundred mil'
- from 1898 when these exports of
manufactures were $200,000,000. until
1900, when .' they ' went to $400,000,000,
the advance has been rapid.
r T)nefeaiurof the exoortetloi of man
ufactures which Isespeclallylnteresttng
and Important is the large proportion of
manufactures which finds a market in
the chief manufacturing countries, of the
wor! 1. I 'ore than one-half of the mann
a: s exported from theUn!'.-i States
i ivipto Europe, the great nr .nufac-
turlcg taction of the world, and Lout
one-fourth of the total erports cf n.n't
f t jr j 0 to North America, the other
f 1 V j alout eqnal'y i:.;triliutci
1 iT America, "As!, C:m!a
EXPENSIVE DEBT CpLLECTING.
National debt colleclindiffers from
Individual debt eoIlecUDg, only in dt.
tree. Each Implies some obligation due,
which must he made good, upon some
basis, equitable or agreeable to both
debtor and creditor.
The process of debt collecting, be
tweenthst of the nation and.the Individ
ual, is also only one of degree, and the
opposition to any and every means of
settlement, does not differ materially on
the part of each, in theay of attempted
delays and various means of equivoca
tion and evasion of payment of principal
Germany and England are now givtrg
the world an Illustration of an attempt
to collect their debts by force.
Up to the present time the attempt
seems to prove that the force process is
the most aggravating aud expensive
method that could be pursued, and this
Is found true in most tnstancesjio Indi
vidual debt collecting.
Accepting as jastlfiuble the destruc
tion of the Venezuelan vessel, fort and
customhouse, the pa men t of the debt
sought looks as far away as Itwaa at
If the original accounts of Germany
and England are finally settled, these
countries will find themselves minus the
cost of the attempt to forcibly collect
their bills, amounting to hundreds of
thousands of dollars loss, and undoubted
ly the destroyed Venezuelan property
must be made good to that country In
the final adjustment of accounts.
It is this ability on the part of the
Creditor to know how far the debtor
may be pushed to secure tbe payment of
an account, thai proves the successful
There is the bluff which can be made
bringing about the adjustment of a c'alm
which often succeeds.
But Germany and England seem to
have overlooked tbe circumstance that
President Castro would base his resis
tance upon the hope of the United State?
In taking this position President Cas
tro has refused to be awed by the for
eign show of power, therefore the neces
sity, as it would appear on the part of
Germany and England to employ a force,
even destroy property, allho this action,
while perhaps necessitated by their first
bluff, must cost them dear before they
can secure the adjudication of tbelr
We offer One; Hundred; Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured y Ball's Citmh ( uir.
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, O.
We, .46 undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi
ness transactions and' financially able to
carry out any obligations made by their
Wist & Trdax, Wholesale Druggists
Toledo.O. Walding, Kinnan, & Mar
tik, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Testimon
ial sent free. Price 75cper bottle. Sold
by all Druggists,
Where Connecticut Got Ita Mame.
It miirht be imasrined that Connecti
cut Is called the "land of steady hab
lf" nn account of the exemplary con-1
duct of Its citizens. But it obtained
that title in a different manner. A citi
zen of that state explains the matter
thus: 'In the early colonial times it
was the custom to provide every one
who assisted at a aecucation, cnurcn
building or barn raising with a 'Booker
of good Jamaica rum. These functions,
needless to say, were popular. .When
the charter, creating Connecticut a
crown colony arrived, there was, cr
course, a celebration. The first govern
or, John wmtnrop, rerusea to proviae
rum and In his Inaugural address de-
nlored the custom of tinnnng, saying
nt did not lead to steady habits.' There
upon the Nutmeg State bad a title to
hand down to posterity." New York
Tribune. -' '' ' '
Brimatoaa For Rkeamatism..
Thn arvosles have, nn odd cure for
rheumatism. They carry a good sizecl
niece of brimstone In the poctet anu
Warrant it to cure .the worst cases.
; - A Freak f Memory. '
. In London recently a woman aged
seventy during several days of delirium
Spoke and recited in .0 language un
known to ber friends and which was
found to be Hindustani. It was learn
ed that she was born In India, but left
that country when three years old and
had not heard tbe language spoken
Since. " . -iiv. ' " :"
?Wy '-. Btojrlnst.
1 In Sitka an Indian wife shoves her
ann-nv fnr tbn death of ber husband by
painting the upper part of ber face
Saved at Grave's Brink.
"I know 1 would long ago have been
in my grave,"! wiites Mrs. S. H. New
som of Decatur, Ala, "if it had not
been for Electric Bitters For three
years I suffered nntold.agony from the
worst forms of Indigestion, W.terbrasb,
Stomach and Bowel Dyspepsia., But
this excellent medicine did me a world
of good. Since using it I can eat heart
ily and have gained 83 pounds." For In
!' "s"!6n, Lost .of Appetite, Btomacb,
Liver and Kidney troubles Eketric Bit-
tors .'are a positive, guaranteed cure.
Only 606 at. C. D. Bradham's drug
j . : if;!.
j X1 Field
' S makes n fat purse.
f ' A ' fertiliser without J
I Potash C
R is not complete. J
, Ow boota art coplf tmlim f
on tertiitaen, writtca bf ..
I net who know.
U KALI s
A Gift at tfe Cots.
A great singer Is a gift of the gods,
nnd should belong by divine richt to all
tbe people. Whenever a Santley, 'a
rnttl. a Jenny I.ind. a Campanlnl, an
Edounrd de Reszke. or a Nilsson is
born the government should claim him
or her for the nation, to sing for
everybody as an enlightening, uplifting,
soul inspiring Influence. Libraries may
help n few bookworms from time to
time. A great singer would help mil
lions of depressed souls during a life
time. New York Press.
The Pride of Heroes.
Alan) soldiers in the last war wrte to
(ay that for Scratches," Bruises, Cuts,
Wounds, Corns, Sore Feet and BUff
Joints, Bucklen's Arnica Salve lathe
best in the world. Bame for Barns,
Scalds, Bolls. Ulcers, Skin Eruptions
and Piles. It cures or no pay. Only
25c at C. D. Bradham's drug store.
Girls inhabiting the island of Hlmla,
near Rhodes, are not allowed to mnrry
until they have brought up n specified
number of sponges, encb taken from a
certain depth. The people of the Is
land earn their living by the sponge
Take a hath In Hancock's Liquid rul
phur. They are superior to Ihote of the
meat celebrated Sulphur Springs, having
the additional advantage of being made
r.ny desired strength. They will, core
Prickly heat, Eczema, and all skin "lis
.af es. For sale hv F. 8. Duffy.J
Ton Moltke oa Wbln.
A Oeruiiin !ii:i;nizlue published the
subjoined a n; cdote about Moltke: "Did
you. your excellency, play wbist wh.-n
you were ia France?" asked Herr vjn
Bennigsen of the great battle thinner
one evening over a rubber. "Every
day, when it was possible," replied
Moltke. "We played half farthing
points, so that at worst tbe players
could not lose more than a shilling."
One day Count Berth usy was bis part
ner. "Why, my dear count, did you
play spades?" said Moltke, In a sharp
and serious tone. "I bad an idea, your
excellency, that you wanted spades."
"But. my dear count, one does 'not play
whist according to Ideas, but according
to rule," replied the field marshal,
shaking his bead.
Yes, August Flower still has the lar
gest sale of any medicine In the civilised
world. Your mothers' and grandmoth
ers' never thought of using anything
else for Indigestion or Biliousness. Doc
tors were scarce, and they seldom heard
of Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or
Heart failure, etc They used August
Flower to clean out the system and stop
fermentation of undigested food, regu
late the action of the liver, stimulate the
nervous and organic action of the sys
tem, and that is all they took when feel
ing dull and bad with , headaches and
other aches. You only need a few ddses
of Green's August Flower, in liquid
form, to make you satisfied there is noth
ing serious the matter with rou. You
can get this reliable remedy at your
druggist. ,Price.25c.'and 75c.
Bake Moaao. v .' -. ' :
Baked mouse, it is alleged, Is still
considered n good remedy for whoop
ing cough in some parts of Yorkshire.
' A Bard Drlmker.
At' an Inquest on a man at Bath,
England, the widow stated that de
ceased had been lot the habit of drink
ing a pint of whisky per day for thirty
years, besides wine.
Foils a Deadly Attack,
"My wife was so ill that good physic
ians were unable to help her," writes U.
M. Austin, of Winchester, .Ind, "but
was completely eared by Dr. ling's New
Life Pills." They work wonders . in
stomach and liver troubles. Cure con
stipation, .sick headache. 25o at 0. D.
Bradham's drugstore, .
Some men will get out of bed at 1
o'clock iu 'the morning and run to n
fire who can't be induced to get np at
7 o'clock to start one in the furnace-
Chicago News..r .-;:' t .
" Use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, for
Eczema, Pimples, Rlngw6rm,'iDindruff
and allkin diseases. For sale.at F. P,
Duffy's. ' 1 ".
Lelavra Bun, , - '
Dr. Johnson had scant sympathy
with inco nsistent and arrogant Indus
try. "No man, sir, is obliged to d
as much as he -can. A man should
have part of his life to himself."
" The Best prescription for Halaria.
Chills snd Fever Is a bottle of G nova's
Tasteless Chill. Tomo. It is simply
Iron, and quinine in a tasteless form No
cure no pay. Price 60o. . ' . 1 t
-,;.: A. Itlean Retort:"
Berthn I'm sorry, you asUcd me
marry you. It nalns me to rpfne v
1 Will (cheerfully Oh, don't worry:
i crnaps you Know best what I'm
captng, v - . . ,. , -
fiatnti... yT!:er. i : 1 1' n -U
RervflJuc ComlBf Lcttelatnre and
Itaey For Uatversity. Tax Psyers
Slew in rrespersns Tims.'"
. Hills Tiolatiag igree
tneat ef Over Eleyea
Hoars Work Pmfc-'
lie Seheel '
i: . Disiricts
Ralxioh, December 18. The summer
school of the Uriverslty of North Caro
lina has lecelved 3,000 from the Gen
eral Education Board at New York and
now an effort will be made to get $1,000
for the summer school at the Agricultu
ral and Mechanical College here, at
which teachers of public schools will be
taught agriculture and industrial arts,
in order that they may teach these
things. 1 '
It is strange but true that ia prosper
ous years people pay taxes far more
slowly than they do la years which are
the reverse. Tbe sheriff of this county
says this is a fact and adds that his cot
lections to data thts year are tJO.OOO be
hind those last year at this date. ;
Among today's arrivals was George L
Morton of Wilmington.
Sunday a telegram from the Bishop of
this M. E. Conference ordered that Rev.
G. T. Adams, pastor of the Person street
church here go to Dutham, but the con
gregation proteatedso vigorously that
last night the Bishop telegraphed that ,
Mr. Adams would remain here, to the
great joy of his congregation. .
There is but little talk about the legis
lature and about the senatorshlp. It is
predicted that the session will be a dull
one. . " i- .
A letter to the, State labor commis
sioner from a cotton mill man ssys that
a large number of the mills are violating
the agreement not to work over eleven
hours a dsy, and he cites cases la proof.
One mill starts at 6:45 a. m., gives 80
mlnntes for dinner and stops at 7:15 p.
m. thus rnnntng 13 hours and 10 mlnntes
He says many mills steal all the time
they can. -
The reports on public school districts
oa the 1st July last show 6058 white,
2441 colored, SI Croat an Indians. Ia
order to show how the work of consoli
dating districts was progressing another
call for information was made. ! There
are now 5447 whites, 2385 colored and.
ZlCroatan dla'rlcts, a total of 7858,
showing a decrease of 262.
It Is found that 3588 white district
or 47 per cent; 937 colored or 41 per cent
and 14 Croatan or 86 per cent, have
less than 65 children within their boun
daries. Next year the great work of
consolidation will be pursued vigor
ously. Dr. Henry E. bhepherd of Baltimore
will deliver a course of lectures here' in
Supreme Conrt Opinions.
Special to Journal. .
Raleigh, December 16. Tho Supreme
Court today filed the following opin
ions: Bird vs Bradburn, from Jackson, ap
Johnston vs Case.from Buncombe,new
trial. - . ; . "
Shelton vs Wilson, from Transylvania
error. : i..,..:
Commissioners vs Nichols, from Mc
Dowell, error. '
Bond vs Wilson, affirmed in both ap
peals. . -
McEee vs Fellows, from Mitchell, er
ror. :(. ...
State vs Ferry, from Forsythe, er
ror. -. . : - . i
State ts Pugb, from New Hanover, er
State vs Dixon, from Jones, affirm
8lmpaon vs Lumber Co., from Halifax
new trial. - .
Llvermsn vs Railway, from Bertie, af
Worth vs Wilmington, motion to re
instate appeal denied. ( ;
State vs Ray, from Halifax, revers
The following cases were disposed of
by per curiam order and without written
opinion: - ' -i- ."
Indor vs Wilson,' from Wake, motion
to rt-jnstate appeal denied. -
State vs' Neely, from Mason, er-
ror. : :
Nelson vs Blanton, from Swain, affirm
d. - . . ; .
Fatn vs Early, from Cherokee, affirm
ed. ' t
Benedick vs Jones, from Buncombe
firmed. ; t i
Herron vs Abrasive Co., from Bay
wood, affirmed. ' '
Pender vs Railway and Adauvvs Rail
way, both from Swain, affirmed. f
State, vs Lockey, from Burke affirm
ed. ..' ' . . . . , ,,':
- iui.i"i immmm a" ' 1 .' 4' t t'
A Cold Wave. i V
The.forecast of sudden changes in the
weather rerves notice that a hoarse
voice and; a heavy coughmay Invade
tbe ssnctliy of health in your owabome.
Cautious people have a bottle of One
M Inute Cough Core always at band. E.
O. Wise, Madison, Ga., write-: "I am in
debted to one One Minute Cough Core
for my life." It cures Coughs, Colds
LaGrlppe, Bronchitis, Pneumonia and
all -Throat and Lung troubles. One
Minute-Cough Cure cuts the pLlm
draws out the Inflamma'!on, lea's and
soothes the mucous r .: ' srd
a', "'licnstLel"":-), F. S. T?j.
THE YEXXmiJL TfcC'JtUi
Ktsun af Hani SeUurt ly fccmany.
AnEatfia Hkx Rrrt Ae
? carding Cnlted States.
Special to JoaraaL
r WaaBDiaTon, Dae, 15 The Carman
CralsarYbMU suddenly kft Porto Ca
belio. It la naaored the cruiser left to
sets the Island of Margarita as a naval
President Castro warned the Halted
Btatea laat waei that this island was one
of GaistAaj's objects in auacklos; Vene
A sutetnent ia an Xagllsh paper to
day, says, that (ha TJalted States has of
fered to loan Castro the money to pay
the debts of Vcaeiuela dae Oermauy,
England, France and Italy. - '
The governor of Margarita reports
British and German Teasels off that Is
land. ' ' . '-
'., TOBACCO FERTILIZERS ;
Mast Show Ingredients to Rot To Mislead
;- - ' ' PaTChaSCrS.
Raleigh, Dec 11 Special to Journal
The Commissioner of Agriculture to
dsy wrote the fertiliser manufacturer
manufacturers the following letter:
. Yon am res peotf ally notified that no
new brand will be admitted to registra
tion specified 7'MbaccoM. fertilizer, and
claiming leas than t percent of ammonia
and per cent of potash. ' No former
brand will be admitted specified ss a
"tobacco" fertillxer, and claiming less
than I per cent ammonia and S percent
potash. The names of all brands will
be subject to revision and change it
calculated to mislead purchasers as to
the value of the ingredients. ' '
Education For Farmers and Farm
y-''- Boy. ' .
: A great opportunity is offered young
farmers and farm boys to get a training
in scientific agriculture at the A At M
College this winter. The winter course
la Agriculture and Dairying begins Jan
uary 1, 1038 and lasts ten weeks. This
is at a time when hundreds of farm rs
can be spared from their work, permit
ting sheas to obtain this important train
Ing that will mean dollars and cents to
them. Practical Instructions In all
phases of farm life is given; one young
man of last year's clan declared that he
made two hundred dollars . after he got
homeby having learned some bf the prin
ciples of feeding. - '"- "
This training is a paying investment
to the farm boy. Ws hope all will at
tend who can, The College charges
nothing for its work: the only expense
is tbe students board, room, books, etc.,
which altogether amounts to Only thirty
dollars. --K-..fe:;-:.r' v". :
Plan to attend the course, if yon have
not already received a circular, write to
Professor Ches. Win, Birkett, West
Baleigh, N. CL, for full information.
A large number of the Sao and Fox
Indians in Oklahoma have tuberculosis.
The Iron Mountain region of Wyom
ing is threatened with a bloody war
among cattlemen. , ..v:v-
CoDgrasaman Jamas A. Norton,, of
Ohio, has served notice that he will con
test the election of A. H. Jackson. .
The testimony taken by the Senate
Committee on Territories on the Omni
bus Statehood bill, made public yester
day, fills 8M pages. . .
The price of meat has dropped Ave
cents n pound and may go lower before
Thn Pacific cable has snccessfully been
attached to the eastern end at San Fran
Yenesnela is receiving as allies 'in Its
warfare nearly all of the South Ameri
can republics. "
A Woman's Life Saved by Wystic
Core For Rheumatism. ;
Morton L. HH1 of Lebanon, Ind, says
"My wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism
In every muscle and joint; her suffering
was . terrible, and her body and. face
were swollen almost beyond recognition
had been in bed for six weeks and had
eight physicians, hut received no benefit
until aha tried the Xyslio Cora for Rhea
autism..' It gave immediate relief and
she was able to walkabout in three days.
I am sure it saved her life. v
Sold by T. A. Henry Druggist, '.New
Bern. - ''.' - .. , .
- . A ". Psri. - ' :
: He Bits alone In n durkemtl reoin,
alone in the fudhig light. . Vhyare
his brow ao heavy .with gloom aud his
cheeks so. deadly wiiltel - But though
his heart -is faint with careP his cour
age iwts flinches,: Hla ejes sre flxeu
In a glassy sUre. WbaMa it bis firm
hand clinches T "A little courage," he
murmura. 4 "Tea, a little, and all is
.Won." A choking gurgle, more or less,
n gasp ana tne need is done! Without
n shudder or eyelid wink-Ah I It
.makes the heart reqpil. that be so quiet
ly, calmly drank a dose of castor oIL
london TfcBlta. :
. Orlaado, Fla., Oot.S, 1901;
Tbe Hancock Liquid Sulphur Oo , Bnltl-
more, Md.--,;,-r ; .
' Gentlemen; I Uko'pleasurs In raoom
mendlog'Haneock's Liquid Sulphur to
any one suSering with Ectema. I have
had It for ten or fifteen years, have tried
many remedies snd found no relief until
I was Induced to try your "li. L.
Have only opd it s suort while and snt
now altnoit entirelvc'red. I can truth
fully spy that e:t-r f y ye"s sr-o-
tlcSog j !:ysk': a Cat yo-irLI '. i t ul
phur is the most won "ul re. e :j for
iczema I ba evr t ... i.
ForsattF. G. I ;'b; ...
i The liina xon uave Atwayn
la nse for over yenrn,
- ana ns mm nuuis uRuer xua pec-j(Jj?-f-f!-
sonnl nitpcrvUiou aincc its iufnJtey .
jffCCCLiti Allouno one todfHt lve vou in tlita.
' in rnnirftiii. IiniisJlMia
: Experlmeats thnt trille with nud eucUu.gr r tlto liesUtk of
- Infants and ChiWreu-Experloncrj nguiiutt llxperUnant.
What is GASTOBIA
Oantoria la a harmless snbstltate far Canto Oil, Pare
goric, Drops Rial 8uotliUijr Syrujw. , Ii U J'ltrtaunt. It
ontains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nnivotltf
substance. IU ftge U its cimrantee.-' It destroys Wofiim '
and allays Feverifilinoss. .It curr Dkwrbwti immI .Wind
' GoUc. It rellove Teeluiui Troubles, cure Coiu,Uptioii
' and Flatulency. It aasliulkite the Fowl, rt-guUstoaithe.
Stomach and IIowoIh,. givlitir btUhy wid iiHturul sy.
Tho Children'" Iauacci Xho MoUkt's FriuMU ; ,-
GENU! ri ll GASTO R I A ALWAV ?
. ... ?
w af -.-y . i nay j
The Kind You .Have Always Bouglit
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THI eSMTWI MIIMir ft tWMMW IfMFr. wf vwM frfv;
I "- -r.. ... 1
THE BEST CHRISTMAS
A FINE SUIT CASE
ALL GRADES TO SUIT YOUR PURSER-A Leather Suit Cast a wsl
"i-.. corns gift toman or woman, boy orgirL
OUR LINES OF
You had better call
away lor you,
The Bee Hive
PATTERSON & HILL,
61 Pollock. St; Opposite Episcopal Church.
i v BARFOOT-BROS,
$ Greatest bargain Sale, of Xmas Goods
; This Week. r
rolls, Toya, Games, Bookmt
Tit ii ma Tsnt Pafsr Tinlf PiivmtfsaM
va.wwwa a w awvP , utuiriliv wuu uuuuivua wa vvUVI Stll.
V At th TIWRRT PHH1F.S ma tiava mar nam1 ' .
, Rrlnir thn nbllHran tn aaa thn
Bring the children to see the Toys and ifenta Clans In our w!n1o .
i tore open every night notilimaa. , . . . .
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A fall stock of Wood Heaters, Wilson Heaters, and botk isr per.
feet with front feed floor.1 - Yen will flni on oar floor the kind jou
want. ' We are prompt lo putting tben - up. Look oar stock over
before placing; yoar order.
;i. We carry a good stock of Ssh, Doors, Blindi, Lime, Coment, Plas
ter, anjthing yon may want in BuiMexs Material. , . . .,
: Special Black Jack StoT Blacking. ' 1 .
' BU Beariug Castors. ;' ; ' ' . -
AS A WHOLE OR ANY PAUT. .
One Self Feed Rip Saw,
One 7 inch E&B Holmes 4 S Planer,
Ons 80 Shaving Blower,
"One Drop Tubler Boiler 80 H P, '.
; One 14 x 18 Center Crank Skinner Fn
glne, ' ; r .. ; .j. ','"-
One 4" Woods Planer 4 8, , , f, :
'Cm 8" L-eaman Moulder 4 8, outside,
One 7" Kogers Automatic Knife
One 72" Covel Automatic Clrcalar
Saw Grinder, ,
Also Pulleys, Shafting, Boxes, T Kails
Dry Kiln Trucks, Mill Trucks, etc.
The above machinery has all been
slight!ydama:;cJ by fire.
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and have them laid
Doll Carriages, Go 'aria, H.ms,
atrtrl finnaaawld f Mt1i&
Tun anil Kant& Plana lu ..r
: Qaskill Hardware Co
71 Ifoou 8T ' NSW BIHN.'N. C ' ' :
Stop end Think
Just how yoa con Fare Money by
Buying your Groceries from M. E.
- All pork sausage,' 121 lb, I lbs for 960. '
8 lb Pa Rice 13c, Mixed Nuts 18c, 8 lb
can Tomatoes 10c, Canned Peas from
15o to 8 t6r S5o, Cod Fish lfo lb or 8 for
25c, Minced Meat Vq lb 8 for 8'c.
Try a pound of our iOc Coffee if not
better than any you have ever purchased
for the money we will refund the money
Hadquarters tor Chickens, Es snd
sweet potatoes fresh from onr farm.
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