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Uwwwwi O'll Oiil
" " .
Curedby the sa of Kodol art rao-hrad dally,
TrwBlr trouble nearly all begin wljJiinijaV
tloo or other stomach d'.sordeN
H the food too aat fall to rive strength
to your body, It ! because Uts Juice e
creted by the stomach and d!rUv rrna
ara inadequate to transform the nutrient prop
erttes oi th food Into Wool "Rial la
Indirestlon. Tba system Is deprived Of (he
amount of nourishment required to keep up
. the strength, and th result la that ens 01
mora of the delicate organ gradually frova
weak, and then vaaioa, until anally tt b
dlseaaed. Mere a great mistake Is mate.
' That of treating th diseased orrtO, Th
best doctors tn the land make this very
mistake. Why should they ? It is so easy
to sue that the trouble U neither. '
This famous remedy puts the stomach and
digest! v organs t a healthy condition so
mat ncn, rea Diooa ia tent coumng tnrougn
the velna and arteries of every muscle, tissue
and fiber throughout vory organ of th en
tire body, and by Nature's law of health, full
. strength and rigor is soon restored to each.
' " - Kodol cur indigestion, dyspepsia and all
stomach disorders. .
I have taken Kodol for nearly two months
after each meal and It to th only remedy
' that gave relief from th terrible pains 1
endured. ' After a Urn I would take It but
- once a day, and now, while I kep bottle
handy, I seldom need it, as It has cured me.
Mrs. J. W. Coolbaugh, Mllo Center, N.. Y,
. Knrlftl !( Wkal Van Pal '
Mwwva vawwtkf H ) WjS SWaa ) .
Bottteaontr. 11.00 She hotdlnt 7 ttmaa th trial
,., w, slia, which Mill for SO centt, . -
.Veimail by I. O. DaWtTT OO., OHIOAQO
RURAL FREE DELIVERY.ROUTES
In Craven and Jones Cmnty Ordered Into
Effect February UL ';J
Congressman Charles R Thomas noll
fies the Journal that all the Craven and
Jones counties. Rural Free , delivery
routes havebern ordered to go into , ef-
teci teoruary 1st, laoi.
The location of th Craven county
llnral Free delivery routes, are .
From New Bern via Bellnlr, Lima, Jas
per and back to New Bam . r 4 '
From' Cove, to Core ( reek road, and
,- down the Neuoe road, through , hy Per
fection, back to Core. --
Two routes from Vanceuoro
) Jin Jones county, one route ont from
r Maysviue, ana one route out from Tren
ton. Resolutions of Respect. ' "
Resolutions of respect offered by J M
u lloward'l Sunday School clasi of Cen
'tenar M. E. Church, New. Bern, ,N C,
upon the death of Miss Sadie Taylor,
; who was a member, and who died very
Suddenly oa Sunday, morning, Nor, 23,
am. - ;sm';; '
Whereas,, Itbas pleased Almighty
Onrl t'rk remnvrt' from '-nirniir beloved
-claaa mita ami -rn-wnrltnr Mlaa Rarila '
Taylor, ; ' -ii.c!,
Be it Resolved, That we mourn her
death, arid will ever cherish her memory
and1 the good . Influence she . left be
hind, i h jjjf ;. ;:.?-V.v";:
. Resolved, That wf extend to- her par-
, ents and relation our heart folt sympathy
in their tad loss, and, pray that they
may have the richest", blessings of God
resting upon them, and when they come
to pus over the river of death, may. they
meet her and there to pert no more.
' Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to the family, and Raleigh
Christian Advocate, and. be !, spread
upon the minutes of Centenary Sunday
1 School, 1 .";'.-
' , Mrs. W;'B.BtADK8, r .u
- "',-? : : Mrs. L. H. Babbiroton, :
.u'i-.v.-r. : m no. a 4 uiJuni
-Mvtllc 'far Pnr Vhtnmatim HIvm
- Immcdiaje R.cUct .
rsaao Jackson, pf Thorn town, Ind.,
caysj "I have been a sufferer for years
with, Rheumatism, and found nothing
that would benefit ime : nntfl I tried
Detchon's Hystio Cure for Rheumatism.
My knees "were terribly inflamed and
n an inn ifia nam m-wr.mMiinir' 'rnm
, remedy relieved the pain immediately
and the Inflammation and swelling be
gan to subside 1 at once. ,1 have seen It
used In many other cases with the tame
wonderful effect. , I earnestly advise all
sufferers from Rheumatism and Neural-
. - gia to use lr.v :;
Bold by T. A. Henry, Druggist, New
i Bee Hive's Contest Ended. 4 X
Th Bee Hive's latest" advertising en
terprisethe balloon ascensions coupled
with the guessing contest wasconoluded
. yeslerdsy afternoon. r ',- ";'';
There was general interest, taken in
the contest as to the solution of the ana
: gram or inverted maxims, -.;5 '
s Carl Bartllng Won the prize having
make a correct answer to tw of the
. puzzles which were well known sayings
u of Poor - Richard." The prize Is not
I The maxims were:- "A penny saved
: is a penny made," . -4 , . ;,
"Take care of the pennies and the
dollars will take care of themselves. .
. "Penny wise and penny foolish," are
1 those who buy , front credit houses In
stead of the Bee Hire' which sells It for
less. 1 v.-
What's In a Name? ? :
Everything 1 in the name when It
, comes toWttch Hazel Halve. E. 0. De
Wltt & Co of Chicago discovered, some
' years ago, how to make a salve from
, Witch Hazel that Is a speclQo for Piles.
. . r or l iiiti.DiPcaing, niching and prbtrud
Ingllles, eczema, cuts, burns, bruises
nd all skin diseases DeWltl's Salve has
no equal, This has given rise to numer
ous worthless counterfeits. " Ask for De
Wltt's the genuine. F.S.DulTy.
. ARM CUT OFF
Distrcsstnr. Ore ilar Saw Accident at
Blades IU1L .
David Credle, colored laborer env
ployed at the W. B. Blades mill met
with a terrible accident yesterday.
While removing tome sawed lumber
from behind a circular saw, his sleeve
caught oa the rapidly revolving saw and
his hud was almost severed Jut below
the wrist. The arm was badly mangled
After the accident the unfortunate
rushed wildly Into the street for
some distano before h could be caught;
he was pnt on a dray and taken to Dr.
Primrose's offlo where the arm was cut
off aloe to the elbow. .
Ha wit taken to his home on New
street and will recover unless blood poi
son or other complication sets in.
AZTECS NOT A DEAD RACE.
laatraai Pwr Bloe ; Sorrlrara
UU la tba Valley of Urxlro.
. To the mind of the general reader
the term Aztec conveys the idea of a
more or less misty, extinct greatness,
the Idea of a great body of aboriginal
Americans of mysterious origin who
at the time of the advent of the Span
ish had reached the acme of power and
native civilization and then nnexplaln
edly very rapidly and completely van
ished, iv- ';"" "'-"'; r
These problems namely, the origin
or derivation, the physical type and
physical destiny of the Aztecs, to clear
.which history alone proves insufficient
have been and remain prominently
the subjects of anthropological Investi
gation, and through these Investiga
tions, in which the anthropological de
partment of the American Museum of
Natural History, New York, is taking
nn important part, enough has already
been achieved to warrant the hope that
In not a tery far future but a little
concerning the Aztecs will be left In
obscurity. One result of these Investi
gations is the knowledge that the Az
tecs of the time of the conquest are
till' represented by numerous pure
blood survivors. '-
They are scattered, but still clearly
recognizable by a student of the people,
In the suburbs of the city and in prac
tically all the sm aller towns in the val
ley of Mexico. From the valley they
can be traced southward. They are nu
merous In the districts of Amecameca,
and they occupy, - though probably
largely mixed with the Nahuan branch
of Tlahniteca, entire villages pear and
In the mountainous country between
Cuautla and Cucrnavaca, in the state
of Morelos. In this last named region
tlJcre are In particular two large vil
lages. Tetelcingo and Cuautepcc, In
which the Aztec-Nahnan descendants
pot only speak the pure Aztec language
and know but little Spanish, but they
also preserve their 'ancient drees and
ancient way of building their dwell
ings. In both Of these villages the na
tives 'are almost ' free from mixture
with whites. ; ;.
. To estimate the number of pure
blood Aztec-Nahunn descendants still
in existence Is very difficult The Aztec
language is still used by at least a mil
lion, probably more, of the natives In
Mexico. Harper's. - ? : f '
Hlarkrat Prleea Ind In the World.
The highest priced land in the world
is that bounded by Wall and Broad
streets and Broadway, in lower New
York city. A square foot of ground on
n corner of Broadway and "Wall street
cannot be had for less than 1450. Th
most expensive land in London sells for
1300 a square foot The average price
of land in New York city's financial dis
trict is about $175. Next in the scale
comes the woman's shopping district
from Fourteenth to Twenty-third street
on Sixth ; avenue and from Thirty
fourth street to Forty-second street on
Broadway,- Here' land ranges all the
way from $00 to $350 a square foot On
the northwest corner of Broadway and
Thirty-fourth street the latter f price
was obtained. : The real estate man
who can tell the future movements of
population on Manhattan Is In a posi
tion to realise a fortune. The growth
of Brooklyn and Jersey City has check
ed 'the movement of the population
north, and it is said the most valuable
land on Manhattan Island will always
remain south of Central park.
liars m ilorflerer. -A
remarkable story comes from Mel
lor, Eugliind. . A nian noticed a horse
circling continually round a lamb, urg
ing It toward a fence and finally thrust
lng It through a hedge into a flooded
dike beyond at an exact spot where
another lamb was drowned. The horse
was diverted, from its murderous de
sign' with great difficulty.
I , i Foils a Deadly Attack.
'iMy wife was so 111 that good physic
ians were unable to help her,", writes H.
M. Austin, of Winchester, - Ind "but
was completely cored by Dr. King's New
Life Pills." They work wonders - in
stomach and liver- trouble.' Core con
stipation, sick headache. tSo at 0. D.
Bradham's drug store. '
t ' Broirn and Black.
In one of the middle Cities of the
United States there lived a local wit
and his favorite butt Both were prom
inent clubmen end enlivened the same
social set One was named Black and
the other Brown, Black was Immacu
late In his dress, while Brown was
careless, often wearing his finger naila
In mourning and an ecrut collar with
a (oil dress suit . But family conneo
tiona excused hla shortcomings. " One
evening the pair arrived at a reoeption
and met the hostess simultaneously.
The two names mentioned together
suggested a bonmot to Brown, but th
opening was disastrous. ' . - '
"The colors ar very much in evi
dence tonight," said Brown.
To which their hostess replied. "Tea,
I. see they are, and, If rumor la to be
credited, they are fast colors."
"No, no," broke in Black; "Brown
won'Jt wash."--Argonaut ,
Use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, for
Eczema, Pimples, PJngworm, 'Dandruff
and all skin diseases. For salet;F. B.
Duty's. ' ' '..
ryny-FHlMun BalfevM Bight Away
anans(ik,a;'9ij n4ofcroghaao(lcolda. ,,
- Desertions from the army have
multiplied so aa to cans great anx
iety. These desertions have been so
numerous in some localities as to sug
gest the necessity of some means of
preventing this pre mature withdrawal
from the military service.
Most officers who submit reports on
the subject give reasons for the de
sertions, but no explanation appears
quite convincing. . It is certain there is
a dissatisfaction with th service. Of
course, in the case of recruits the rea
son for desertion may be attributed to
tb rea Uaatla& of th mistakes they
hav mads in enlisting, bnt losses in
the artillery, for Instance, on the Pa
cific coast cannot be explained tn that
manner. On this point General B. P.
"They certainly lndlcats a lower or
der of men than those enlisted prior to
1808. It would appear to be a wise
policy to try to select recruits with
greater car now that the number re
quired has been so greatly reduced, and
with Judicious activity of recruiting of
ficers it seems possible to raise the
standard of accepted recruits by look
ing more carefully into their character
and previous course ofllfe."
Waaklnartoa Lead la Letter Wtittaar
The first place among American cities
In the number of letters written and
correspondingly in the amount of post
al tariff paid to the national govern
ment belongs by right to Washington.
It Is explained here by the pleasant If
conceited argument that everybody In
Washington has friends. Probably the
people who visit the capital annually
and write to their friends about tt con
tribute a large share t the enormous
postal revenue collected in the District
of Columbia. The per capita: xpendt
tnr for postage of th residents of
Washington amounts to $3.19 anTrnally.
Th postofflcs here took In $924JM6 last
year. These figures are all th mors
remarkable when one considers the
amount of franking done here, which la
enormous. ; To New York belongs the
second position In the per capita ex
penditure for postage, the annual rate
in that state being $2.76, 49 cents be
hind that in the District of Columbia.
Seaata Depaw'a Cat.
Among the cats that may compete in
the Washington cat showi la a hand
some gray fellow belonging to Senator
Depew. The cat bears the name Tom.
It Is not known whether or not he is
named top the senator's distinguished
colleague from New York, but it can
bo said that Tom Is clever and tricky
and devoted beyond measure to bis
master and mistress. That Tom can
think can scarcely be doubted. . He is
very sagacious and frequently, outwits
his master. It Is said he baa learned
to stall at the senator's Jokes.
Tom has learned a trick that lav often
shown to guests at the Depew home.
Under the dining room table is am elec
tric bell for th purpose of summoning
a servant Whenever Tom is fastened
up in the, dining room he Immediately
jumps on tils button and poshes It with
great vigor until some one arrives and
lets him ont. Whether by accident or
otherwise, Tom has learned that when
ever the button tinder the table la push
ed some one 'enters the door, thus opeor
' ' tat the latcreat of Veteraaa. :
" Colonel Ummet Urell, Major Fred C.
Hodgson and G. Leyburn Sborey, offi
cials of the Spanish War Veterans, saw
the president the other day to orgs him
to place under the Civil service all
Spanish war veterans jvho are now
serving the government in clerical po
sitions in the Philippines. When the
Spanish War Veterans met In Detiolt
several months ago, a resolution asking
that action of this kind bo taken jwae
passed. I The president will take the
matter up and, will probably, act favor
ably upon thecequeat,
Raeeptloaa. at 4k , White Hoses.
- "I have no doubt that all the recep
tions this winter4 will be held In the
White House," Colonel T. A. Bingham,
superintendent' of pnblla buildings and
grounds, remarked. The building Is
in such condition that It will be possi
ble to hold large functions there, bnt it
certainly will be a good while before
it la completed." The incompleteness1 of
the executive mansion will not dis
courage the president, however. It hs
decides to nse It for a large company,
ha-will drive the: workmen out, have
some canvas, laid and bold his recep
tion. . H la not the sort to borrow
trouble over, decorations which are not
complete." ,-. ? ' .'J:
' Tke Paalaat'a "Caswk,.'..:'' -president
Roosevelt and his family
since they came to Washington have at
tended the little brick chapel of the Re
formed church.1 Fifteenth and, O streets
northwest but now the president will
soon have a nevt-chnrobto worship In,
located next tq the old chapeL The
new house of worship la called the
Grace Memorial cliurcb. and the indi
cations are that the mW -edifice will
be ready for the church t congregation
by tlf. holidays., .f ......
Well Fed Animals.
The United States government Is one
of the largest buyers of meats, - vege
tables and provisions in Washington.
Only the very big hotels expend any
thing like the , vast sum w ulcb goes
from the- United .States (treasury Into
the market houses every month. Uncle
Sam conducts .'the biggest boaidtng
house In Washington and every month
buys food for the animal "wards etio
logical park, for which: he pays about
$2,000, or nearly $25,000 a year. - .
.. ....... CkaBa) la tke-Heeee. .-
The list of changes among the) mem
bers of the, house reveals, the largest
death record ' for v the . same period
known In the history of the bouse of
represeatatlveev - Since March. 1901,
twelve members of the' house have
died, three members have resigned and
two have been unseated by contests.
- CARL SCHOITIELD.
- '.f 'j ai. 1 'ii ,.
A Million Voices"
Could hardly express the thanks of
Homer Hall, of West Point, Is. Listen
why: A severe cold had settled, oa his
lungs cau'slng a most obstinate cough.
Several physicians said he had consump
tion, bnt could not help him. When all
thought he was doomed he bpn to use
Dr. KiD';,s New Discovery for Consnmp
tion and. writes "it - completely enrert
me and saved my life- I now welch 22T
lbs." It's poiiii'vely ' guaranteed for
O tight. Col ! and hnng troubles. Price
r c 4 IUJ. Trlid botthji free at C. D
One day a party of English tourists
passed through Jowcuaki. In China,
and stayed long enough for one of the
ladies to lose a handglass in the Jin-
rlklaha In which she had ridden.
When Kikl Tsum, the owner of the
vehicle, saw his find, he looked It ever
Intently, snd with the most astonished
face in the world. -
"As I live," he cried, "this Is the por
trait of my dear father, dead these four
Going home, he hid the glass in an old
pot of earthenware and said nothing
about It to his young wife.
During the next few days Kikl Tsum
labored tinder great excitement Day
and night he thought about the portrait
he had found, and frequently he left
his bed or his work to go and see If his
treasure waa still in his possesaton.
LIU Tsee, his wife, became suspicious.
"Why should he appear with an anx
ious face and leave with one steeped
in Importance?" she mused. Still later
ahe discovered that Kikl Tsum before
going out made It a point always to
remain In the little back room for a
minute or two. The key to his secret
behavior must be somewhere In that
room. LU1 Tsee made it her business
to investigate, and there was not a
piece of furniture or decoration in the
room she did not turn inside oat, but
her jrork was all In vain. Finally ahe
tnoosetrapped her husband at the mo
ment he was hiding the pot in which
She kept her rose leaves. Kikl Tsum,
like all guilty men, quickly Invented
an excuse or explanation of his carry'
ings on. He lied. The pot had stood
Pa one end only, and be had been
obliged to correct the negligence of oth
"Ah, yes, poor man!" said LIU, kiss
ing the deceiver goodby, but he had
scarcely got across the street when she
clambered upon a chair and discovered
-Whatt A mysterious something. She
lifted it with care and brought it up to
her face to examine It. Oh, cruel truth,
the portrait of a woman, and LIU bad
considered Kikl Tsum a model hus
band! The poor girl sat down upon
the floor and cried bitterly. That, then,
was the reason why be came borne so
often. The feeling of Injury gave way
to that of indignation, of wrath. Again
ahe looked for the portrait and now
wondered that Kikl Tsum could love a
woman with such a face eyes swollen,
cheeks pale and dirty and now the
eyes 'expressed rage and contempt
Lill Tsee became frightened. No; ahe
would never look at the thing again.
Then she grew despondent Life in
deed was not worth living, and as to
cooking dinner, she could not think of
it When Kikl Tsum arrived home in
the evening, he was astonished to find
neither meal nor wife awaiting him.
Searching for both, he made his way
to the back room.
"Stf that Is the way you treat your
wife after only a few months of mar
riage? Where is your fidelity, you who
are always talking about your manli
"The woman is crazy," said Kikl
Tsum to himself, and then he added
toud: "What ails you, Lill Tsee? Tell
w , . ...
we me uivauuix ui iuib uvubcuitc.
"Nonsenser! cried Lill Tsee. "Ton
hide the portrait of your paramour In
my rose pot and dare dispute its sinful
purport? Take it Watch over it car.
rv it on your heart. I don't want to
see it The monster the ugly face!"
"But I don't understand!" gasped
"You don't don't you?" cried the lit
tle woman. "Ah, but I understand it
alL Ton love that woman in the frame."
Now it became Kikl Tsum's turn to
crow angry. "That picture," he said,
"represents my late father. I found It
some time ago fn my carriage, thinking
the gods had sent it to me. To save it
and keep it secure I placed it in the
"You must think me an Idiot," cried
the wife. "Have I not known your fa
tier, and am I unable to distinguish
between the face of a man and that of
a woman?" ;
: The two continued their wordy bat
tle, .which became ' more fierce every
minute, until the neighbors were
aroused. . They sent for the village
priest to restore order. The bonze
came. "My children," he said, "what
are you quarreling for? Tell me at
once, so I may try to decide who rs the
"Father,", exclaimed Lill Tsee, "my
husband secreted the picture of a wo
man In my rose pot. That caused all
this trouble," " V
"I swear I never possessed another
portrait but that of my sainted sire.1
And the husband raised his hands to
heaven. :vfl"y:5-'i- -,
"Children, children," said the holy
father, with much dignity, "before
decide your quarrel let me see the por
It was handed to him, and the bonze
looked into the handglass steadily for a
minute or longer. '.Then he shook his
white head and decided in a Voice ring-
ins: with authority: "You are both in
the -wrong. ' This picture represents
venerable and holy man. It Is a won
der to me yon did not recognize the
saint in it I win take it with me and
place it among the holy relics of our
church," , " ,'"
" Then the bonze blessed the young
couple after' Kikl Tsum and LIU Tsee
had made-up and kissed and went
away praising the gods for the great
discovery he had been permitted to
' - Soektatrr.
"Comojheah, Tom Jefferson.'' called
a brawny mother to a little fellow In
the road. "I done toie yo ef yo Went
out da tri gate Pd wallop yo'. Come bean
"YoMcalrt dovlt. Didn't go outen.no
sate. ' X cllmbedide fence." New York
Kodol Dyspepsia Core.
Digests all classes of food, tones and
strengthens the stomach and digestive
organs. Cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion
Stomach Troubles, and makes rich red
blood, health and strength. Kodol re
builds wornout tissues, pnrlfles.strength-
ens and sweetens the stomach. Gov. G
W. Atkinson, of W. Va., says: I have
nsed a number of bottles of Eodol and
have found It to be a very elective and,
Indeed, a powerful remedy for stomach
si'm"s. I recommend it to my menus
A PERILOUS PASTIME.
Bf me. Braaaar4 la a Hardr Waaaaa
Wke Dec Ret Kaew Fear.
Mme. Brassard, a Frenchwoman who
keeps a small corner shop at Lyons,
lays claim to. being the most noted
Alpinist of the fair sex in Europe.
This poor woman, who gains ber liv
ing by following the Kraich All tie'
troops during their maneuvers in tbe '
Alps In order to sell ber cocoa, has ac
complished during these marches some
remarkable Alpine feat a
This year she Joined the Ninety-ninth
battalion and marched with it Into
Savoy, after which she exchanged to
the Ninety -seventh, which she followed
In all Its marches. In a space of a
few days this extraordinary woman
climbed the Mont Jovct (2,000 meters),
crossed the Col de la Vanolse, which
was covered with two feet of snow at
the time, ascended Mont Frold (2,800
meters), one of the most dangerous
mountains in the French Alps; accom
panied the soldiers to the summit of
Mont Cents (2,200 meters), and finally
reached the top of the Frejua (2,700
meters), where she quitted the Ninety
seventh regiment to Join tbe grand
maneuvers In Savoy. During ber trav
els Mme. Brassard constantly carried
n basket containing nearly thirty
pounds of cocoa and her provisions,
wore ordinary shoes without nails and
was armed with an ordinary walking
etick. Many soldiers "fell out" with
fatigue during these difficult marches.
Not so Mme. Brassard, who finished up
by walking among the soldiers another
hour or two In order to sell her cocoa.
A paltry 150 francs represented the
profit at the end of the maneuvers.
A Cklaeae Dlaaer.
At a Chinese dinner given In San
Francisco In honor of Mrs. Robert
Louts Stevenson these were among the
queer things served: Birds' nest soup
came In four different courses. Ac
cording to one guest It was transparent,
tasteless, utterly uninviting and more '
like wall paper paste than anything
else. Chinese nuts took tbe place oft
Then there were dried eels sliced In
chicken broth, sharks cooked In a doz
en ways and served In several courses;
lotus flower," consisting of a slice of
fat pork, a slice of dried duck and a
piece of preserved watermelon, so ar
ranged that one could take a bit of aU
three at once: dried mushrooms, tur
tles, preserved ducks' eggs, tharks' air
bladders In oil, abalone meat, a dainty
worth Its weight in gold, being a tiny
part of a little sea animal; the web of
ducks' feet, duck which had been
baked, stuffed with mushrooms and
steamed, and almond gruel. Philadel
The Memory of a Bee.
Associative memory, says Professor
E. G. Conklln of the University of
Pennsylvania, Is the fused impressions
of processes which occur together, so
that when one is recalled the other
comes with it. Then be adds: "There
Is no question whatever that a bee
leaving Its hive and flying for half a
mile finds its way back by associative
memory It must travel by land
marks; it cannot travel by any scent of
Itself in the atmosphere. That Is ont
of the question." Among other crea
tures giving evidence of the possession
ef associative memory, which Is the
first stage in the development of psy
chic life, Professor Conklln mentions
ants snd wasps, as well as cuttlefish,
squids and tbe higher mollusks. Birds
and many mammals show a high de
gree of associative memory.
The Joka. Flaerar Tavera.
A fire at Weston, Mass., recently de
stroyed tbe famous John Flagg tavern,
which antedated the Revolution many
years. It was here that President
Washington passed a night on his way
to Cambridge and Boston in 1780, and
in 1708 President John Adams occupied
the chamber previously that of Wash
ington. On the following day he re
ceived an address from the townspeo
ple, and his reply is still preserved in
the Weston town library. What renders
the burning of this memorable tavern
the more to be regretted la the loss by
this fire of the old colonial flag of thir
teen stars which for many years float
ed over this tavern from the date of
Leftover Wise Ear Condiment.
What becomes of the wine left in
glasses and bottles at such a function
aa the banquet of the chamber of com
merce or other great feasts? Many
persons are under the impression that
the waiters get It.' They do nothing of
the kind, because they do not get the
chance. Before the last guest had left
the Waldorf-Astoria, after a recent
feast, Oscar chef and incidentally su
perintendent of tbe wine cellars, caused
the unused wines t- be gathered and
assorted. "Wasted V said Oscar. "Not
a drop of it will be lost. Most of It
will be used to flavor soups, gravies
and sauces."--New York Times.
Lengerltr la Wale.
'. Wales is famous for longevity. With
in half a mile of the center of the rural
parish of Llantwlt Yardre reside six
people whose combined ages amount to
Coerphtlly goes' "one better" with
nine persons whose combined ages ag
gregate 704 years, one being a nonage
narian, while Pontypridd workhouse
beats tbe lot, for among the Inmates
are two centenarians, one a -fine old
dame born on Feb. 8, 1802, and the oth
er a man to whom life has become a
burden. He is 102. London Express.
Saved at Grate's Brink.
"I know I would long ago have been
In my grave," writes Mrs. 8. H, New
som, of Decatur, Ala., "if it .had not'
been for Elect rlo Bitten, For three
eari I suffered untold agony from the
worst forms of Indigestion, Waterbrash,
Stomach and Bowel Dyspepsia. Bnt
this excellent medicine did me a world
of good. Since using it I can eat heart
ily and have sained 85 pounds." For In
digestion. Loss of Appetltt, Stomach,
Liver and Kidney troubles L'.cttrlc Bit
ters -are a positive, guaranteed, care,
Only 13c at C. D. Iiraulisai'i drug
THE BEST CHRISTMAS PRESENT-.
A FINE SUIT CASE
ALL GRADES TO SUIT YOUR PURS&-A Leather Suit Caatka wi
corns gilt to mae or woman, boy or girl.
OUR LINES OF
Are Going Rapidly.
You had better call and have them laid
away lor you,
The Bee Hive
PATTERSON & HILL,
61 Pollock St., Opposite Episcopal Church.
NEW BBL. CORNED
Sweet Pickled PeacheaSOoJperJquart.
Assor'.ed Mangoes 30o perjquart,
Standard 3 lb Tomatoes 10c per can.
Staniard 2 lb Corn 10c, 3 for 25o.
Loose Olives 10c per quart.
Attmore's Pure Mince meat 10oper,lb.
Nabob Pancake Flour, 10c per package.
Hecker's Old Homestead Pancake Flour 10c package.
We want your business and are selling you goods for less
than any other house in the city. Thaning yoa for p nt fa v- 3
ors rnd trusting to receive a share of your future business, I am
Yours to please, 3
A Drop of M
Makes People Think, so do Oir Low Prices
In our clothing department they are speaking
in highest terms of the quality as well as our Low
rices. MENS DEPARTMENT.
35 Mens Suits worth
25 " t
15 " " "
50 Overcoats, "
$ 7 50, cut price 4 73
4 00, " "
10 00, " "
7 50, " "
6!00, " "
a job, worth from 5 00 to f.15, "
75Iprs Creedmore Shroes, worth $1 50 "
Black Vicl Kids.
50 " Veal Calf, d. sole, "
89. Vicl Kid Patent, "
8 60 "
50 prs Ladies Vicl Kids, worth $2 60, at
50 " " " " " 2 00, "
75 " " ' 1 60, "
600 prs Childrens School Shoes" 1 00, "
Space will not permit ns to name more
here, WSee our large circular.
Qoods delivered to any part of the city.
75 Middle St, next to Gaskill
J. A. JONES,
LARGEST AND UNSET BTOCBQF
HORSES oxuSl llwCUridBS,
: ever offered for Bale in this city, . A car load of each jut in -Also
a complete line of Baggies, Wagons, Harness, Robes, ' TThlps,
Cartwheels, Ac, t ',. ...
. J JL JOI-TTJ, Bm. St. Stiwart'i Old Stand.
a wr". ru ' .
TD3 FLAC3 TO EUt TOUIt '
r -- ' 7 ,
an! all CcnctcrjVcrl: c.t .
Cor. Ilroad & Hancock Uta,
" 12 98
" 6 78
" y 5 06
Hdw. Co,, New Bern, N. C.
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