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Published la Two 8ctiona,'eTery Toes
day ud Friday, at M Middle 8treOww
Bora, N. C.
CHARLES U 5TEVEN5
BDRo'iin noniBor '
Two Months. SSlOenta.
Threes Months, ...M
Rix Months. 40
Twelve Month, $1.00
ONLY IN ADVANCE I
Advertising rates furnished upon ap
plication at the office, c upon inquiry
HTThe JovBHai it only sent on pay-in-advance
basis. Subscribers will
receive notice of expiration of their tub-
senptions and an immediate response k
notice wut be appreciated by the
Entered at tbe Poetofflce New
I. & ai second-class matter. "
Section One, Tnesdav, Dee. 28, 1902
. AN AROUSED CONTEMPOR
ARY. A recent editorial InEthesa columni,
noting an apathy on the part of the
State press, as regards the'approaching
Legislatire sessions, sndwhat work there
was to be undertaken, his aroused the
esteemed Raleigh Post, to look 'over its
exchanges with an added and closer in
terest. The result seems to hare been that the
esteemed has discovered in several of its
exchanges, editorial observations .which
it has brought forth to controvert what
this paper has said about the apathy
prevailing among the Stateajpress and
the people generally.
The Post says
"The New Bnrn Journal is expected
to apologize for saying the State press
was Indifferent toward the work of the
And the Journal will apologize not
once bat many times, If It ever says that
the newspapers of this State are "indif
ferent" concerning any moral, social,
industrial or commercial interest of
Our friend at; Raleigh, simply makes
an error in the meaning both expressed
and implied in the Journals editorial,
which said there was an "unhealthy
apathy throughout the State over Its
public affairs," hence there was less dis
cussion by the press over what the next
General Assembly was going to do, o
Thanks are due the Post for arousing
itself on this subject, and the extracts
from the State papers which it publishes
to protect its position, are of interest,
and shows that there are papers which
are waking up,
-While the Post may be partially cor
rect Tn Us contention, the Journal can
not accept any award which declares
this paper all wrong in its declaration!
of there being an "unhealthy apathy'
in regard to public affairs in North Caro
- ONE SIGN OF STATE PROSPERITY
. The very last of all trades, professions
" or industries, to receive a direct benefit
from prosperous times, it seems that the
newspapers of North Carolina an finally
being touched by the Improved business
A detailed review of the State papers
is not necessary to prove that the press
of North Carolina if enjoying something
from thexlsting trade and industrial
-' jcbndlt Ions which are adding millions of
dollars to thel" wealth of those who are
r in the position- to Teallze the gains. f
The general advantageous" situation
, .of )hose newspapers which are published
1 1 . ... ' . in. ...... - .
tu jruai ran uc iciuicu uuinu Mvujik
, section embracing Raleigh, Greens-
" t I - ikAA AnA iftilAtt '. Aam Af Mftlra SA
; notable '.this newspaper improvement
and air brprosperity, si does lie change
In Weelernlsnd Eastern! Carolina press,
-WUh this1 in mind, the Journal notes
. tth marked' newspaper change In the
' AinevnieV CitizeiK with it eight pages,
. - -and modern equipment to make possible
. : '. the product of a dally first class edition,
' InWHnilngton'nie toesaenger.hads
: i modern equipment, but recently its bus!-
-new nas warranted -"a test being made
.tpon its resonrcea, by reas"on of a great;
i ry ' Increased- advertising patronage,
t causing it tolenlarge.
' farther East, this wsve of more busl
seta, If not called prosperity, has touch-
' ' 'ad the Greenville ReflsfcWr.Whlch exhi
bits In It make np and Increased slse,
.,','. that local demand which called fore lar-
i ger newspaper. " -
- These three are merely HlustrtUve of
the point that there Is sometling real In
North Carolina's Improved conilTUons.
It Is not alone that the Industrials, the
' " t-.rtfac3the fanners hfl,ve prospered,
" I t ttat I'ie : over bunloned and over
roi-ed new??r.per man is eomiog lato
I.'icf Ce I'U of et-Icr t'us, LIJ
I jI 3l ---Ja stroauoub!y and hope-
Carolina are exhibiting la their larger
sise, with greater advertising and more
news matter In their columns, the latest
token that social, educational and bus
laeaa coadltioas have advanced and
prospered, It Is but a small reward at the
best, for it has been through their et
forts that all other classes were uplifted
The newspaper benefit; comes late, bat
It Is none the less welcome, if it shall
bring some cessation, some relief from
the timet which tried and vexed the
most serviceable and obedient of North
Carolina's workers, its editors.
REACH OUT AFTER TRADE!
The remedy for poor trade is not found
la sitting down and complaining, but In
going forth and bringing it back.througb
While there may be exceptional mor
chants in a community who prosper, re.
gardless of poor conditions among the
most of the ether business houses, tbe
general community trade may be held as
Individual, as well ss community trade
growth comes through advertising and
The attractive advertisement, not less
than tbe personal endeavor are demand
ed today, in order to promote local de
velopment and growth of trade.
Local development does not come
without sn active presentation of local
claims and a demand that these claims
be recognized for the merit they poss
The holder of an article of worth and
value, has never realized upon it, by
keeping It hidden from view.
In this day many things of real in
trinsic value never bring anything to
their owners, because their owners re
fuse to let go or show them.
A community believes It has tbe loca
tion, the business houses, and yet never
goes ahead In commercial development,
bf cause outsiders are never let Into the
tile secret of iwhat the place has within
Local development amounts to noth
ing, business lags, when there should be
constant material growth and trade up
Something Is wanting, and the defi
ciency will be found In the people of the
community, who refuse to bestir them
selves, to advertise to the world their
resources, and to make attractive every
local feature, in order that outsiders
may be brought In, not merely as visi
tors, but secured as permanent residents,
to assist in the local upbuilding.
And in addition, there Is the active
personal effort, the going after business
and bringing It home, for competition
today is fierce in the trade world, and
nothing comes to the individual or com
munity which waits for business to come
It is the active and intelligent going
after trade, which gets it Trade and
prosperity never come to the waiting in
dividual or community.
Wc.offerOne;; Hundred, Dollars.Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can-
not'be cured y EsirciCstmih tun.
P. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, 0.
We, 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
firm. i . . .
HWtsT & Tbuax, Wholesale Druggists
Toledo,0.- Waldinu, Kinnan, 4 Mar.
tin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure it taken Internally
acting directly-upon the blood and mu
coos turf aces of the system. Testimon
ial tent free. Price 75c per bottle. ' Sold
by all Druggists, " .
, nail's Family puis;sre the Desk :
" TEMPTED,' HE ATE.
JL Morr ( Bclnrleh Helae sua
TWthaoai Lras Sausage.
Returning from a Journey to the
south of Trance Helnrich Heine met a
friend, a German violinist. In Lyons,
who gave him a large sausage that had
teen made in Lyons, with the request
to deliver It to mutual acquaintance,
a homeopathic physician, iq Paris.
Heine promised to attend to the com'
mission and Intrusted the delicacy to
the care of hla wife, who was travel
log with him. But at the post chaise
waa very alow and be toon became
very hungry, on the advice of hit wife
both tasted of tbe sausage, wbicb
dwindled with every mile.
Arriving at Paris, Heine did not dare
to tend the remainder to thpbyslclan,
and yet he wished to keep hit promise.
So he cut off the thinnest possible
tUce with hla raaor, wrapped it in a
aheet of vellum paper and inclosed it
1st. an envelope, with the following
rw Doctor irom your scientific In-
vsstlf&tlons ws learn that the millionth
part of a certain substance brings about
ths . greatest results. . I beg, therefore,
mu kind acceptance of ths socompany
lna millionth part of a Lyons sausage.
which our friend gave me a'dsllver to
you. It homeopathy Is a truta, then this
llttls piece will have ths same effect on
joa a ths whole sausv lour -i
. t HEINTtlCH IIKINB.
rTJghetti't "With Physicians and CU-
enta.' '" ' - ' ;
TOO IHOW WHAT TOD ARB TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula is plainly
piloted on every bottle showing that It
Is sljip'y iron end quinine In a tastelew
arm. ITo cure no py. Price B3o,
A Golden Rule
of Agricu'tutu: '
B good to four tan nC ftxu crop
In the fert;1Uer tprV. quality I ..
vest. Write us and AWj'fif.Y'
we will -.end yon, ?fV ' H
j ret, oj next mail, vvjf
our mooev winninz "
0EIUN KALI WOCKS.
The Twlgta Tote. '
What constltutee the vulgar voice 1
In an article in the London Spectator
a writer concludes that this evidence of
vulgarity, "springs, like almost all vul
garity, however displayed, chiefly from
two causes an nndue love-ot comrplcu-
otisness and an nndue fear of the
same." The person whose chief aim
is to keep himself or herself in the eye
of the world rarely makes a remark
without desiring that It shall reach the
-ears of others besides the one directly
addressed, and here the peculiarly false
sound of the voice It attributed to the
absence of singleness of motive. On
the other hand, the wavering tone andi
affected accent of the timid vulgar are
ascribed to another form of insincerity
namely, the wtBh to imitate others
with whom one happens to be when
they are of a supposedly higher social
standing. The attempt it sure to fall
and the result only in the suppression
of nil evidence of the tpeaker'a own
personality in the voice as well at in
the manner. Thus sincerity, paramount
In all art, Is basic in breeding as well.
which la tbe art of life.
The Pride of Heroes.
Many soldiers In the last war wrote to
say that for Scratches, Bruises, Cuts,
Wounds, Corns, Sore Feet and Stiff
Joints, Bucklen's Arnica Salve is the
best In the world. Same for Burns,
Scalds, Bolls. Ulcers, Skin Eruptions
and Piles. It cures or no pay. Only
c at C. D. Bradham't drug store.
The Grand Llama.
An Indian traveler In Tibet who saw
the Krand l;una In 1882 thus described
him: ' Th.' rami lnma Is a child of
eight, with n bright and fair complex
ion nnil rosj., .checks. His eyes aro
largo anil penetrating, the shape of his
face remarkably Aryan, though som
whnt mnrifd by the obliquity of his
eyes. The thinness of his person v.'us
probably due" to the fatigue of the
court TMHvmoules and to. the religious
duties and nscetlc observance of his
estate. A yellow miter covered his
head, and its pendent lappets hid his
ears. A yellow mantle draped hit per
son, and be sot cross legged, with Join
ed palms. The throne on which be sat
was supported, by carved lions and cov
ered with silk scarfs. The state officers
moved about with becoming dignity."
If you feet llf and need a pill
Why not purchase the best?
De Witt's Early Risen ,-
Are little surprlsers
Take one they do the rest. V
W. H. Howell Houston, Tex,! writes
I have used Little Early Risers Pills
in my family for constipation, tick head
ache, etc. To their use I am Indebted for
the health of my family. F. 8. Duffy. .
; Canned G:u.' j r
Employ tbe foUourUi ii.fiUlil.le test
of preservation: Viioti the rtU-st inser
tion of knife tu'-puurh 1'steh for "the
distinct sound of a small ruuli ytf air.
If this is to be'heiird, the prewrvnl'on
Is perfect. Turn out the contents of all
tins - immediately upon their ; being
opened. ' ',, :
. He' Ceta Wet. 1 .
A British army, officer when hi full
uniform Is -not allowed to carry an
umbrella, no matter if the rain Is fall
ing In torrenta. V; ;iv, V -fa -. si. ; v i
- Take a bath in Hancock's Liquid 8ul
phur. They are superior to those of the
most celebrated Sulphur Springs, having
the additional advantage of being made
any desired strength. They will 'cure
Prickly heat, Eczema, and all skin dis
eases. For sale otjt. o. irony. ,
" ' ' Disliked Ecwtlsas. ;
"What's the matter with you?' asked
his wife ; ,i.
.."I'm feeling lonely," waa the reply,
i "Don't you like this townr .
. "I don't like .this earth." . . . r v ti
' "Whafa the oblectlon to ltr :
"People are too egotistical, (f there's
anything I bate if t egotism. And wben
I see kings going about confidently and
doing things wrong, and diplomats try
Ing an sorts of lnaldcere tricks with
complete effrontery, and lawyers seek
lng applause for arguing on the wrong"
tide of a case, and everybody display
ing utter telnabneat without a blush, I
am forced to the conviction that I am
the only consistently high toned and
moral gentleman on tblt globe. - And it
makes me feel lonely."
Tea, August Flower still has the lar
gest saleof any medicine In the civilised
world. Your mothers' and grandmoth
era' never thought of using anything
else for Indigestion or Biliousness. Do
tort 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
nyrvous snd organic action of the sys
tem, snd that is all they took when feel
ing dull and bad with headaches and
other aches. You only need a few doses
of Green's August Flower, in liquid
form, to make you sat cj tUare is noth
ing su-rious the imiit wiih you. Yo
c a ft f ' r '.o r ' "y at your
C? ,.t. 1 1'. ) o. ana t.,i.
M MM was, C . f '
New lark. fp ''
Discussion Over No Tix On Judges
QtestloaOa Band Iutf. Saireatt
Caart Adjearaateat. Large
Sales Whiskey Stamps.
- Railroad St bed alt
Charter. Pea- ;
lea Pay- .
RAi.ua h, Dec. 19. The State officials
doaot know whether the legislature
will issue bonds, nor caa they say
whether It will enact a law taxing the
franchises of corporation. Interest is
shown In the enactment by Georgia of a
law to thit effect.
The Supreme Court will tomorrow ad
journ for tbe term '.and will leave ths
docket entirely clear of cases.
The number of rural free delivery
mall routes in this State is now M0.
This it double the number a year ago.
The tales of whUkey stamps In this
revenue district are unusually heavy
this week. They are to be put oa whit-
key for holiday consumption.
Application Is made for an Encamp
ment of Odd Fellows, to be organized at
State Treasurer Lacy today registered
a number of State bonds. During his
term of office thut far he has registered-)
1308,000, of which. $336,000 ae held by
one New York saving bank.
The sales of holly and mlsletoe here
this season are the largest on record.
None is shipped from here to the North.
Important chang of schedule go Into
effect Sunday as to tome traina on the
Seaboard Air-Line..' The most Import
ant Is as to the fast train southbound,
which will leave here at 6.40 a. m. and
arrive at Jacksonville, Fla., 8.43 p. m.
This will give the people of Wilmington
a long desired change, as the train will
leave there at 4.30 p. m. Instead of 8.10
to connect with this fast train. All the
fast trains will be made up entirely of
A charter is granted by the State to
the Hamlet Electric Light Company,
capital $100,000, George O. Sanders and
There will be a number of dances
here durlngjlhe holidays. The capital
club will Jgive a New Year't eve
The payments of pension, warrants by
the Slate treasury will be very heavy
during the next thirty days. Moat of
them are sent in within IS days after
issue. The date of Issue was December
The opinion of the attorney general
that Judges salaries are not liable to tax
ation, which was first published in this
correspondence, Is attracting considera
ble attention. . Some people do not like
the opinion, though practically all law
yers say it Is in accordance with the
constitution, One politician goes so far
as to say that it Judges cannot be taxed
he wants all Income taxes abolished.
Cores Cancer and Blood Poison.
If you have blood poison producing
eruptions, pimples, ulcers, swollen
glands, bumps and risings; burning, itch
ing skin, copper-colored spots or rash on
the skin, mucous patches In mouth or
throat, falling hair, bene pains, old rhen
matism or foul catarrh, takt Botanic
Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It kills the pois
on In the blood; soon all tores, eruptions
heal, hard swellings subside, aches and
pains stop and t perfect curt Is made of
the worst $atei of Blood Polioul -k
For cancers, tumors, Swellings, eating
sores, ugly ulcers, persistent pimples of
all kinds, take B. B. B. It destroys the
cancer poison in the bipod, heals cancer
of all kinds, cures the worst humors or
suppurating swellings. Thousands
cured by B. B. B, after all else fails. B.
B. B. composed of pure botanlo Ingre
dients. .Improves tht digestion, makes
the blood pure and rich, stops the awful
Itching and all sharp, shooting pains.
Thnrnnffhlr teatnd for thlrtT vesra.
Druggists, tl per bottle, with complete
directions for home cure. Sample free
and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co.,
Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble" and free
medical advice also tent in sealed letter.
For sale by F.8. Duffy andO. D. Brad-
bam, New Bern. . ' ' -
:- JtHiaetal . Atr. : : ;
' The prorrot-s of Invention In subma
rine navlp.tioir has stimulated efforts
to produce- oxygen by cheaper and eas
ier, methods. If oxygen, the vital ale
ment In sir, can be supplied at wanted,
tbe length of time that men can remain
under water may be Indefinitely pro
longed. A process of making oxygen,
Invented by George F, : Jaubert, a
French scientist, promises to answer
the requirement . His object was to
And a solid substance which would
produce oxygen tt calcium carbide
produces acetylene gas. He selected
for tbe purpose a peroxide of sodium
or of potassium which can be cheaply
manufactured by electro chemical
means. It is called "oxyllthe" and is
made in little cubes and pellets, soma
only half an inch in diameter. When
decomposed with water, It gives off
oxygen. Two or three ounces of thit
substance supply enough oxygen to en
able a diver to remain under water for
an hour. : By suitable apparatus the
carbonic oxide produced by respiration
It withdrawn into the oxygen genera
tor, and fresh oxygen takes Itl place.
DISTRESSING STOMACH DISEASE
Permanently cured by the masterly
power of "South Ambbioas NiRvnrs
Tonic." Invalids need suffer no longer,
because this great remedy caa cure them
at. It Is a cure for the whole ' world of
stomach weakness and indlget Jon. The
care begins with the first dose. The re-
Vif it brings is marvelous and surprising
. makes no fullure; never d'sarfolntt,
No matter how long you hve Su
your cure Is cwtula under tite Die of t
- t be-i'th-r.'- fir". 11 t
i ..a. i ,J ly O, D ; i
LIST LIT OP SCUCCL.
, SBnnnWanwWws .
latcratlar School OttlEg Bxcrcttct,
Circa y Ccmbcn of tk
Cistoa literary So
Contrary to a former snaovacmeal la
the Joaraal that the schools would not
close aatil December S3, the last day of
tht term was yesterday. - The change
waa brought about by the petitions of
the young lad a to I the school board to
allow the two fall weeks tor the vaca
tloa. Friday afteraoo was devoted to dot
ing xerchea vader the a asp lose of the
Qasloa Literary Society. Jut before
the students were assembled f rose reei
Rev. R.F. Bumpass presented to Sapt.
Harding oa behalf of tht scholars of all
ths grades, a handsome gold lined shav
lag set. , ,
The literary excrdtes consisted of
vocal and Instrumental muslo, recitations
essays sad an orailoa, a debate oa the
question, BesotTwd.that Women Shoe Id
Hare the Same Right at Men to Tote.'
The affirmative side was supported br
Klae Elisabeth Clark and Tom Lasslter,
sad the negative akkt by Miss Berths
Wooten and Baas Street. The Judges
decided for the aegative.
The students acquitted themselves In
all performances with great credit and
the program was very Interesting.
Following these axerctet was the pre
sentation of Christmas gifts from scholj
art to teachers. Miss Margaret Tonga,
representing the nlalk grade gave Prof.
Bpence a fla watch guard. Mr. a M.
Brlntoa then p reseated Miss Reamey
with a morocco sound hyma book; he
alto made Trot. Bpence a present of e
pearl handled knife. Mr T A Green
gsve Prof. Bpence a silver stsmp box;
Rev H C Moors presented a beautiful
gold crescent to Miss Reamey as a gift
from the eighth grade and Rev. Mr.
Bnmpat presented Mia Reamey with a
beautiful silver handled umbrella with
the compliments of the ninth grade. -
Orlando, Fhv, OotAlMl.
The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Oo Balti
Gentlemen; I taketpletsure la raoom-
mendingHaneock's Liquid Bulphur to
any one suffering with Bceema. -1 have
had It for tea or fifteen years, have tried
many remedies and found no relief Until
I was Induced to try your "H.L.S."
Hsva 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 hsve ever known. . .-
For ssle stSF. 8. Daffy's.
Lead Pencil Exserl meats.
An English statistician was asked
how many words could be written with
an English lead pencil, and, being de
termined to answer It be bought a lead
pencil and Scott's "I van hoe" and pro
ceeded to copy tbe tatter word by word.
He wrote 06,908 words and then was
obliged to stop, for the pencil bad be
come so short that be could not nee It
A German statistician who heard of
this experiment was dissatisfied with
tt been nee all the lead la the pencil was
not need on the work, and therefore he
bought a pencil and started to copy a
loosT German novel. When tbe pencil
waa to short that be could not handle
It with his fingers, be attached a solder
to lt.and It is said that he wrote with
this one pencil 400,000 words. Possi
bly, however, ttla -pencil was longer or
the lead In It waa of a more durable
quality. - -..
A Cold Ware.
The forecast of sudden changes In ths
weather serves notice that a hoarse
voice and a heavy cough may Invade
the sanctity of health In yoar ownhome.
Cautious people have a bottle of One
Minute Cough Care always at hand. E.
H. Wise, Madison, Ga., writes: "I am In
debted ta one One Minute Cough Core
for my life." It cures Coughs, Colds
LaGrippe, Bronchitis, Pneumonia and
all Throat and Lang troubles. Ons
Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm
draws oat the Inflammation, heals and
soothes the mucous membranes sod
strengthens ths lungs. F. B. Duffy.
raeamemla. Is at HaatV'"'."
Do not neglect any cold Is the advice
suggested by. Dr; Reynolds, the com
missioner of health of Chicago,' Who
comments on tha Increase snd ravages
of pneumonia.' It Is evident that In sev
eral parts of the United States pneumo
nia la the most widespread snd fatal of
all acute diseases,' outstripping pulmo
nary tuberculosis as the chief Item ta
the tables of mortality. The advice it
therefore timely and needed, "Do not
neglect a cold, however slight at this
season of the year. American Medl
dna. r ,.r- v.: -. '- .-
Prickly heat cured la one application
by using of Hancock's Liquid Sulphur.
It will also cure Eczema, Fetter, Pfanp
let, Rlngwotm, Dandruff, Cuts, Burns,
pld Sores, and all skin troablea In a
short time, when tied undirected. For
tale at F. P. Duffy 't Drug Store, f
Fewer Diverges Is eaclx-ail. ;
Divorce cases are not so nuimroua in
England at they were twelve months
ago. - .-. "v-"
The number tn tbe "Cause list la ISO,
a decrease of 63 from is it year. They
Include 123 petitions for divorce, 12 for
judicial separation and for restitution
of conjugal rights. '
Of the 123 petitions for divorce 85
are presented by husbands and only 48
by wlvea The proportion of undefend
ed cases increases. Only 23 of the pe
titions In the present list are to be con
tested. London Exrrcss. - , - ,
; ".Tie t:stprscr!r.::af:rri!ar!a.
CM"s and Fever Is a bottle of CsoYS'i
Ts?i aCi-atT. i II is t" "'y
' if I q' ' ' Hill if a. I 3
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aiUUiUXU-.Q I.AtVUlUt UllVUM' ij '
ncss and Rest Contaliti nrfiltr
OpiumXorpluiu jwr J Unor.il.
Not UAH c otic.
ttwm ,iy v -
Worms .(iixi'ilKJiui Jcwish
itcss and LtS OF f.LEEI.
tacSlmfc Signnlurr of
KEW "Dr,K. '
exact copy or
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BARFOOT BROS.; t
Greatest 'Bargain Sale of Xmas Goods
I his Week.
Dolls, Toys, Games, Books, Doll Carriages, Go (arts, Horns,
Drums Tea Bets, Doll Furniture and hundreds of other things. ' -At
the LOWEST PRICES we have ever named.
. Brine tha bUHnm en aaa tna Tm, ..it Qmmtm ni.. I- n'- t-jn
Eton open every night until Xmas. - 2
BARFOOT BROS. I
WE ARE FITTED UP
To FILL ORDERS for Stoves
A full stock of Wood Ileaters,
feet with front feed door. .Tea will lad on oar door the kind jou
want. We are prompt in patting tkeat op. Loot oar stock over
before placing yoar order, - .
We carry a good stock of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Lima, Cement, Plat
ter, anything yon may waut in Baildars Material.
h Special Black Jack Stove Blacking. " -
. T Ball Beariug Castor. . ; ' - -
71 BflDBLS 8T
Every family now meeds one, be
saais the old ' family "wash worn.
an'i serriees are hard to secart.
Gmarantetd to do the wte's wash
in 10 or 12 mUates, '. .
i Call and examine the machine. '"
P. M.: cDRANE Y,
C7 S. Froiiit Ht.'
The Xmas Holidays art rapidly ap
proaching snd while yon are arranging
lor your hunting trip yoa should not
forget that your pleasure and sacoest tte
pends largely upon the ammahitton yon
use. We carry in stock the most com
plete line of loaded sneus ever snown in
ths city; over forty different loads in
black and smokeless powder, drop and
chilled Shot Also Fine Guns, Lenf
(Joats, Caps and everything that will
help make your nunt.a pleasure.
WLl T. HILL,
r 31-83 Middle Street
NEW BERN, H. C.
Persons entitled to petitions uaar the
North Caroltua Biste Laws are hereby
not'Sed tlist the pe&:on warrants for
Craven County are now in my htad snd
.!!lfcs I..ucl one? r,l.
r- -) " ''' '
For Infanta and CrtjUren.
iTha Kind - Yon rHave
Always . Sought -
:, - .
J J 1
Wilson Heaters, and both are per.
M a I
aW M tar
tl - lid tt H H O f
":" Qaskill Hardware Co.
WIW BBMBI, N. e
SAVE HONEY !
Compare these prices
with-those you have
Plo-nio Hams, sliced, -; . . I Jo lb.
Best Lard,...,.- . l?e "
Componna Lard,, .I0o
Pies Fe in vinrgaf .... ....... ft
Tripehi vinegar,.... 4.;.., -. At '
Good Hoar,....,;,;...; y.. So "
Better Flour, , .. .... -T t "
Best lle Peaches, ... . .- 0a ran, 1 for ty.
lablePesohes, .. lie a " lo.
Canned Cora,.' ..10o 9 H S e.
. " Tomatoes,... ........ 10c can.
Granulated 8ofsr 6e per pound.
A, Good Table Batter, 80c per lb. print
- Also have a supply of Oranges, Applet
Bananas, Pears, etc. Try a peck of say
We apples. Give me a trial, ;
Tonrs for business,
IaVD VinCSKT, .
CorVSoata Fraat Ceieaif Streets
In one of our new bvieeles will be
a real pleasure.- There's no ( hnstmns
gift for your f"mi'y like one of oar styl-
u,u veiiic in. iucy are well made of the
best rut-. .J.3, wiUi pneumatie tires and
the 1; t imnrovmenta kt flnisb. We
1 1; 1 s e now at low prices.
(ail sad exitiu.nt before buying else-
V, t, tea at oace a eood wood worker
and trimmer, quick and sober, who will
work steady. A pood place for the right
man, for tue tommg year. . 2
rhone 10?, ,
?rt;Broad St, Kb Esrs, N. O
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