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NEW BERN CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C. TUESDAY. APRIL" 3 1906.--FIRST SECTION.
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SCALP HUMOR ,
Cadly Affected With Sores and
Crusts Extended Down Behind
the Ears Some ; Years Later
Painful and Itching Pustules
Broke Out on Lower Part of
Body Son Also Affected.
A TRIPLE CURE BY
"About ten years ago my scalp be
came badly affected with sore ajid
itching humors, crusts, etc., and extend
ing down behind the ears. My hair
- came out in places also, J was greatly
troubled; understood it was eczema,
: Tried various remedies, so called, with
t out effect." Saw your Cuticura adver
tisement, and got them at once. Ap
plied them- as to directions, etc., 'and
after two weeks, 1 think, of use, waa
dear as a whistle. -;
"I have to state also that late last
, fall, October and November. 1904, I
Was suddenly afflicted with a bad erup
tion, painful and itching pustules over
the lower part of the body. I suffered
dreadfully. In two months, under the.
skilful treatment of my doctor, con
joined with Cuticura Soap and Cuticura
. Ointment, I found myself cured.
'Six years ago my son was laid up
with a severe cold, a liard cough, and
; finally painful eruption all over the
; body. I procured the Cuticura Remedies
. as soon as possible, and after his faith
ful use of same was as well as ever in
' two weeks, as well as I con recall. ' lie
has never had a return of the illness,
as far as I know. -
"I have always been pleased to com
, mend tho Cuticura Remedies, and testify
. as to their efficacy. J am a veteran of
' the late Civil War,'01-'05, between
seventy and eighty years of agev Yours
truly, H. M. F. Weiss, Rosemond,
Christian Co., 111., Aug. 31, 1905." ,
Complrtt Eiturntl md Intertill Trettmcnl tor tnn
Buniur.frotn Nnmlttto Hrrofiila, from lnfonr to Ag,
on.litlul ol Curfmr. Hiup.&c., Ointment, R,lV
cut, Joo. (lu form ol Chorolate CKII rtlle, Sic. per
fw,maykchftdoflltlruyirUts. A tinte let often cures
mr Welled free, "It. w to Cure r -terns," ud "All
About UabkiagllcalpgUuda, ami Haii." , ,
Wanted to Buy
.All Kiuds of V
for OAS H or will handle on
consignment, Let me know
your prices on what you
have or will have.
Stp!ien s IVhtttoii, Jr.,
29 York St., Utica, Y.
Dlice ot Store Purchase.
I have pui chased the Rtork of gener
al merchandise owned by Geo. S.. Wil-
cox, (deceased) at Gelluir, N. C. and
will continue tho busin s at the same
place. Mias Lottie Wi'cox will man-.
age the business, with the aseistance!
pt Daniel Lane'Jr. . '
' W) expect to carry a full line of
General Merchandise an l ie at New
Bern prices. .
We will thank all former patrons to
continue with us, -
( Very Trub,-
' ' ,' ! GUY 8. LANE.
A St:re ni kin Cot
A Lot 65x100 feet, and Store 22x60
feet with Shed 12x10 feet. For infor
: mation apply to
; J. W. JORPAN,
. Oriental, N. C,
or on litzia
1 r T
IS II V enim ro-
r:i tubular boiler!
Z") z:x7 Pratt tiui
-. - r r r-
: : :xvr:it to put
IIIWI lllllll- 111 1 IIIIIIIWII
A Stirring Factor In Greensboro and
Congrtumtn Kltchln and Pigs Oppett ths
: .Appropriation. Negro Enjoj Bank..
Sola it Night. SUt Normal
SocUtUt to Glv Ftlval ,
- - Conetrt. Gr'ut Hunt- '. ' '.
" '( ,' lag PrtMtv.
yr .-' " (Special Correspondence.) 1 '.,
Greensboro, March 3L--At a meeting
f th- r h.mi, nf rmm nf J
boro lui-t mrnth . resolution requesting
fU MortV. r,nl!r, tnomhor. f Pnn.
gress .to vote for ,' the southern last
mail appropriation was adopted. Copius
of this resolution were forwarded to
each member. Replies either express
ing regret at inability to comply with
the request or a simple acknowledge
ment of receipt of the resolution were
received f rorrj the Senators and Repre
sentatives, k It is understood that
among the noncommittal members were
Congressmen Webb, Rlackbnrn, Gud-
gerj Fugh, iand j Patterson. Of the
others several stated plainly they could
not support the "subsidy." It was
said tha. two. of the most emphatic int
opposition were letters from Congress
men W. W. Kitchin and Robert N.
Pagel - Contrary - to custom, but evi
dently : for prudential ' reasons, the
Chamber of Commerce thought best
not to give out the correspondence for
In view of agitation in the district
against Congressman Kitchin, coming
just at the time the subsidy was to be
voted on, a friend of his here wrote for
a copy of his reply to the Chamber of
Commerce resolution, receiving not
only that, but also from Congressman
Page, a copy of the reply sent by him.
In enclosing his "copy" Mr. Kitcmn
wrote that, since the adoption of the
Greensboro resolutions', and rr.y reply I
have heard a great deal about them
and hovr. they are adopted. "The High
Point people, judging from my corres
pondence are most aroused over the
matter, but so great is my faith in
the justice and candor of theapeop'e, I
expect the feeling there.certainly among
Democrats, to be unanimous in my fa
vor after they understand the facts,asl
think they will when roy speech on the
bill reaches them," There is such misin
formation and . great lack of informs;,
tion about it all along' the 'Southern
Railway as well as elsewhere. "
It is reported here that Congressman
Small, who at first was disposed to vote
against the subsidy in accordance with
his previous votes,' has been converted
and will now vote for it,
Jnaeph Jones, the janitor of the City
National Bank building was discharged
from 'his position this morning for
good cause. Last night two negro men,
Herbert Harrison and James Leath,
hjre found by the policemen asleep on
T . m a. m : it.. L..:t.i:.
Lne Bonus ui lwu titiiura hi iiib uuiimug.
They were arrested and locked up on
a. charge of trespass. ' This morning
they declared that they had been using
the offices while the owners were out
during, the night as . V e'r sleeping
apartments and did fj ai guests on in
vitation of the janiior. . . 'f . -
The State Normnl and Industrial Col
lege han received aa a donation from
the Stratown Nursery t'ompnny of New
1 P tVirMirrri A f! KhiifAr1 nnA
. IUH, . . V., f ' .t.w.w.w,
hundred evergreens of 'the Norway
Spruce variety. They have beeu set
out on college avenue and will add to
the attractiveness of the college
On next Friday Anrll 6Lh, the Cor
nelian and Adelphia Societies of the
State Normal and Industrial College
will celebrate the completion of their
halls with a great festival concert.
The program just prepared contains by
actual count one hundred and seventy-
five singers and players in this, the
greatest musical event ever given by
home talent exclusively in this city.
Last month Gen. John Gill, of Balti
more and associates purchased a large
track of land near Manchester in Cum'
berland county lor hunting preserves
I and will erect)' therein a magnificent
loage, rie arriveu nere yetiteruny uttu
with Sheriff Jordon went to Fayette-
ville to select a site for the building,
Do Your eest.
I The Journal is always interested in
the growth and cultivation of vegeta
i Lies and dfairc to &I10 n to the world
that ihiri i:i the giirdpnin'' apot of the
wor'd. Wo winh to stimulate a rivnlry
amon the farmors and develop a pride
in riii-.ing the smaller vegetable.". Wilh
thii end in view we make the following
offers. VV will give a year's subscrip
tion to I lie R.'mi-Weekly Journal forthe
h.-hl. l, liu.jht-1 Irii'h potatoo.t, ti e bent
liimhel a V' i t potntoe, the bent basket
of the bi'st J hu.-tlt of corn, the
1 . t J bur.ln I of fit'UI peas, the best )
A i-i Moitths Bubi.rritition to the
fi-iiii -Wei K!y Journal to the person
rai.s'i : tie; t v ntr melon or pnmp
fc in. A tl.reo tinnllis Fttliscription for
i'.a f. It '.U-n 1 ! '
IHVMh VVWIII UkUUIUIIU
Moonshine Cases Will Demand Most
Pottoffic RclpU Incrtit Twtnty
, ' Cent. Prtildtnt Roouvtlt Good
Enough Authority Slid Juror.
:, Exclulv Republican Clrcl
- ' - Will Ktf Out FriilwA. v
(Special Correspondence. )
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ureenaDoro, April Z.-Je regular,
Cl I A - Af . IT..', 1 rti-A.- TI
l:r,n,l"n,ul ",e ". o-""- u,a
trct" C0" convened this morning
! There are manyTof the old time "moon
shine" cases on the docket for Arial
"" KUHea OOCKei lr Anal
jTbwe ease a have accumukted, on nc-
couiii, oi navinir ueen Bme-iracnen lor
the last two terms of court for the big-
. t .el i i. j r
ger cases, in whieh olhcers have been
on trial. The officers cases now being
set for special terms, the little fellows
will have a chance now of getting clear
or getting it in the nei k. Saturday
nntllifv nvrtlDnt hnrn nr1 fAocn In 1 nA
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coumy jan, lour diock aners wno
have been in Surry jail awaiting trial.
As this term will last only to Weeks,
the trial of Congressman . Blackburn
being scheduled for a speciat term be-
ginning April 17lh, it is not expected
that any of the civil caaei on the dock
et will be reached. r v
Assist ont jO'tmaRter Burton ar.
nouncea that the receipts in the Greens
boro postofiice for the firstquarter end'
ing ; March 8 , are ?1 .61U.43.
000. The gain for the year ending! ' A crowd Kamen.f
March 31, 1906 over the preceding year f baseball this afternoon here, between
is nearly twenty per cent. . Wake Forest and A. & M. College re-
An able lawyer here this morning miijng m to score of f.'ur to one in fa
apeakingof the decision of Judge Hum- Vi,r of Wake Forest. "
phrey in the beef packing cases that a r. , ,. , ' , ; , , .
corppratlmight be guilty while the 1 1hi,,1iu9 Dockery took thfi of
individuals composing it were not crimi- office as U, S. Marshal of this distrii't
nally responsible as a iruiti r f Jn't'.. and announced R. W. Ward of New
said it fully sustained he position tak- c rn'for office deputy, the a'piwinteo to
" Z r "e.aer eT? VV
Old Nick case here last fall. ; The jury ,
decided that .while the Old Nick did-
tilling corporation was guilty of frauds
against the government, the ofl-rs
and agents were not. ; It was noted in
this correspondfnee at the time that.
one or the jurors bad said, nr return
for criticism ..of their - verdict that .
President Roo.evelt had given the i
same decision in the . Morton rebate.
case and he whs pretty good author--ity."
The news in the News & Observer
yesterday that the postofflce inspectors
are prepared j to report adversely ,
the character of , Prof. R Frazier
created no surprise whatever here. It
had been considered all along, but a
new scheme to prejtfnt Frazier's break
ing into the charmed and exclusive
circle of federal officialdom. But there
promises to be some fun ahead yet,
over the matter if all reports" as to the
next step to be taken by his friends sre
Letter to Charles B Hill
Dear Sir : A gallon saved is $4 or &
Two gallons s&iwd is $8 or. $I0earnecV
gallons saved it (12 or $15
Four . 'gallons saved i $16 , or
Five gallons saved is '$20 or
earned. - . .
It costs 3 or $1 a gallon to paint, be
sides the paint; as much to brush-on a
gallon of worthless paint as Devoe.
Mr. Ezra Rathmell, Williamsport,
Pa , always used 11 gallons of mixed
paint for his house; Devoe took 6. :,
F. W. Devoe &Co.
Smallwood Sells Our
P S- E
J. E, Latham & Co '1 Weekly
Special to Journal:
Greensbtfro, March 31. Ths net
change in both the- future and spot
markets, for the week, has been Very
littlo. May closing -one point higher,
and July nine points lower. The princi
pal feature is the premium of May over
July, which today is nine points. The
visible supply figures for the week were
bullish, and arrayed on the same side
is the one speculator who usually car
ries with him a very large following.
This following has been 1-cking thus
far. The weather the lust ' week haa
been unfavorable, and we have from
every section reports of delayed farm
work, on account of too much rain.
Our European advices have been of an
unusually large trade being done at
Mant'her.tor, and it is probable the
consumption of cotton there will be
larger than any estimate yet made.
Tho demand for home mills is very
limit. ! Jt'id i'i -inners me I
etei'i t at c.nii't inns, and
f - ni, wl.ii h J lev- ; f.-e-'1"
V ' 1 t ii! a H- 'V I
r 1 ,
i SHOT OFIF
I UIIVI 1 1 1 II I w ,
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a Periodical Spree
Young Mia Highly Regarded. Supt. Joyner
iuuti Till far Mitllna Cauntv 8uorln-
tendent of Education. - Wke
Foiett DefeaU A, & M. Col- '
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. : lege.' Offlcer Inettlled In :
Marthal' Offlc. - M
Special lo Journal.
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IUWigh, April 2.- Leon H. Weathers
aged about thirty, resident of Ualek'h,"
shot himself through the head with sui-
cMal .taunt, after ..periodical spree,
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and becauseof depression resulting Trom
... . . .Uh flv whn in!MmKisif.t.r '
- -- - -, . -T- 1 1 i
where he was engaged in cotton bUBi.
Physicians say ho cannot possi-,
bly live. He leaves a w fe and other
Stives in Raleigh. He had mad?
vantage cl his wile s abRence from the i
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, room to use his pistol, tod.ty. The
young- man was highly regarded and
raimhlA and '. fop vMra' AmMlovptl !
. f ft. . R' JnhnHtlin m.
Company, here. ; . .j
: Slato Superintendent of Instruction
J. Y. Joyner has issued a call for the
fif Jiannuul meeting of the State as-
H.ici ition Of Cv Uilty superintendents of
eilMlin in Rllleigh( June 16th
John a Dockery. re-igned.
':; It t-nriches the blocd,atrengthen.H the
' nerves, makes every organ of the body
strong and healihy. A great spring
tonic. Holfiater'fl Rocky Mountain Tea. ;
35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
For Bale by S. Duffy.
' " Braver Branch
. April 2.
Mrs Rachel Gaskins and daughter
Bessie, returned from Wildwood ast
week. They have been visiting rela-
tives and mends, l ney reportea a nne
: time; hope they will come again,
Mr Eddie.Simpkins and Miss Nicie
Vendrie was married a few days ago.
I wish them a long and happy 'life,
j . Miss Ella Inock was the guest of Miss
rms; sSBpr Vp9ti-dav. ' '
I Un . Kllf i,ofl
, ... . . .'
: ahA will rAiAvpr in a ffw nnvn.
Mr Bryan preached at Macedonia yes
terday. Mrs Ebbie I pock wxi the guest of
Mrs Rachel Gaskins yesterday. , j
Mr Fred Gaskins and 'wife visited
Mrs Mattie Anther Saturday night and
Sunday in Hulls Neck.
' Mr Ernest Gaskins made a flying trip
to Vanceboro a few days ago.
Mr Raynor I pock, Misses Manda Bar
raing and Ida Cay ton was the guest of
Miss Sadie Sasser yesterday after
noon. . t
Finest print butter, SO cents
pound. CoaBt Line Market.
THEY COME AND CO.
Mrs. Frank Haskins and son of
Philadelphia is the guest of Mrs. S. M.
Mrs. Charles Haynes of Raleigh is
the guest of Mrs. Jas A. Bryan.
Mrs. Jas H. Heritage and daughter,
Ethel May, who have been the guests of
Miss Sudie Collins left last night for
Mr. and ,Vrr. Warren and children
who have been the guests of Mrs. W.
R. Guion have returned to their home
in Snow Hill. i ' 'v' :r "
Miss Annie Foy returned yesterday
from a visit at Kinston.
Mr. A D. Ward left yesterday to at-
tend court at Trenton. ,
Rev. R. T. Vann returned yesterday
to his home at Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Land of Oriental
spent Sunday In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Nieoll and chil
dren returned last night from a few
days sojourn at Lake Eliis. . .
North Carolina hams and Norway
Mackerel at Oaks Market "
Kow York Ce'.toii Karket.'
The following wore the optming and
closing pi icoa on the New York Cotton
L!7 11 07
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v- . Emotion. .
Euiiarflciiil eautlmeut is without vital
bfiucuce. The eecret of power lies lu
tho titouslry of emotion, but especially
to lu pastry, art and literature. By no
hocus poens con artlBU and writers
r.aaiinntoiy oeiilot whut they do not
feci. Thero should be a thermometer
4 t'f tftiinxsament as well as for teniper
lituiv. l'eullnu and emotion have their
ilagrci.v We are sereue when our fecl
; tneis are la the temiterate soue, ludig-
mint V.-!tiM v.-e pass elshtj'-three. furi
ous wlma we reach blood beat, mad at
ImIHiip; potat. :Vheu feeling falls he
low 50 wo become lndlffereot, and
whou It reaches freezing point wo are
hcaitk-to. An emotion thnt does not
r.ttalj X'tj siventy-Bisth degree Is hard
ly-worth recordiug,At summer heat
lb- rarest flowers becin to lilonm nnd
f p ,3 the fot
Kmlo j r.nd scientific observation, !t Is
rc-ly. If ever, nroiicr for the hUest
a ... .
m hlevement luiny art. In the world
of art Imagination and feeling nre not
conVat with a serenity that touches
lh. borders of indifference. The crea
tive iiiKlluct Is never effective unless
nt a t.vralu pitch of eniliunlitsiu. It Is
l!r.' '-::. clear, brilliant current of
! llimi'Tl.t (hat electrifies the bruin. But
an M;si In worthless unless we can find
fl form touold t . , the work
Idoiv: form and feeling appear to the
bflholder as one. An electric bolt seems
a cold thing, yet a strol of lightning
v.'l'.l cousume more nt one flash than
an o:liuary Ore would consume in an
hour. Francis Grlersou In Critic.
T ' GETTING THE NEWS.
UcIUimI Adopted at the.Oatbreak of
sis iue evoiutionrr war.
lu 'cout.ru st to the workings of tho
newspaper of the day and of the rap
id transmission of tidlugs without the
old of even a wire to guide the mes
sage Is a document printed In the Berk
shire Courier at the beginning of the
Revolutionary war. '- But evidently peo
ple were as eager then as now to hear
"For tho Purpose of getting Speedy
and Certain Intelligence from the
Army at Boston. Wo the Subscribers
I hereby promlso and agree to Bide from
J this town to Tyi'lngham or Sheffield
by Turns so us to bring Inteligence
from thence each Day (the Sabbath. ex
f.mta!i nti1 to RanmH' thp sntriA nl 1Ua
noilse of Mr. Joslah Smith-And In
ct;a no re 'ulur method Is come Into
for bringing the News to Said Tyrlng-
ham vr promise to bear our" propor
tionable iartof tho Expense In pro
curing lutellsonce ,from Springfield
twice Tin .-. each Week Witness our
htnds this 3rd Day of May 1775."
Folio wing this ncreenient is a list of
day3, with tho names of the citizen
who were to be riders. '-Jacob Van
Dcusen, who agreed to be the first
man "to ride to Tyrlngham or Sheffield,
was to go for It on Moudny. May 8,
and Mark Hopkins was to follow on
Wednesday, tin service from that time
on alternating, except as to tho Sab
bath, which compallcd a no news In
terval of two days In the week.
'SPEED OF INSECTS,
A Common Home Fir Travel a IMUe
In Thirty-three Secondn.
-It is tho poiiuior belief that the flight
of the birds i3 much swifter than that
of the Ui3ect3, but a number of natural
lit.? who liavo been making n study of
the matter think that such Is not the
A common house t!y, for example, is
uot very r.iptd lu Its flight, bu its
wlngV tnako MO beats a second ;aud
send it through the nir twenty-flve feet,
uadcri ordinary circumstances, in thai
spuea of time. When the. Insect Is
alarmed, however. It has been found
that It can Increase Its rata of speed by
over 100 feet per second.. If It could
continue such rapid flight for a mile in
a straight line, It would cover that dis
tance in exactly thirty-three seconds.
It 1.1 not nu; uncommon thing when
traveling by rail In the summer time to
see a bee or wasp keeping up with the
train and trylug to get In ot ouc of the
windows. A swallow Is cousldered one
of the swiftest of flying birds, snd It
was formerly thought that ;no Insect
could escape it. - -.
v A -naturalist,' however, told of an ex
citing chase he saw between a swallow
ouil a dragon fly, which Is among the
swiftest , of insects. The Insect flew
with Incredible speed and wheeled and
dodged with such ase that the swal
low, despite Its utmost efforts, com
pletely failed to overtake It.
The Water pitcher.
The following simple method of keep-
tnir lee water in a common Ditcher is
wortn knowing: Put a layer of cotton
batting between two sheets of wrap-
Ping paper three Inches higher than
j h PcUf sten th en?8 the
I paper and batting together, forming a
pagte a cover over ono end of
the battinir and naper. ThlsNiover.
. when over a pitcher, must Ante close
to the stand and so excludo. the air,
nnd Ice will keep a long time. This
paper cover will be found of great
scrvlco In a sickroom for both milk
and water pitchers.
.That was a remarkable instance of
devotion to which an Italian Journal
referred some time ago, wherein a hus
band on hor.rlng that his wife looked
her bust lo mourning committed sui
cKle thnt she might have on oppor
tunity to wear It. London Queen.
Younff Dwtor lie Rt'cms to have ev
ery confidence la my ability to save
1.' ii. Oi l Doctor Is bo delirious ca
O ",er Ful.jci ti ni; o? Ju;'
. We will seU Ladies Muslin Underwear at a.
great reduction ' '
1-3 Their Value
' Night Robes at 63c; 83c, 98c, $1.32 and 41.52.
' Skirts, 42c, 72c; 83c, $1.19 and $1.53. . .
... Corset Covers, 21c, 29c, 33c; 47c, 98c, $1.09. -
Pants 27c, 31c, 46c.
These garments are made of the best Lons
dale, Cambric and English Long Cloth or : Nain
sook. .. ''
J M Mitchell Sc Co.,
61 Pollock St., Opp.
Are You Thinking of Painting
YOUR HOUSE THIS SPRING ?
If so, you can get nothing batter than Heath and Milligan Paint Spreads
better goes furthest. We guarantee it
from us. Full supply Windows, Doors
Gaskjll Hdw. &
P. L-We sell the J BautnSafe and
safe i on the market. They succeeded in
Si. Louis, 1904. - -
We have them in stock, weighing
Write for Catalogue and Prices.
i J. lUKNEIM'URNITURE
ON EASTFR SUNDAY
Time-honored custom demands that
you shall appear in your very best and
newest attire, and this day above all
others, when Resurrection music re
minds you of tho reawaking of Nature,
is the day to don the newest stylos in
pring clothing that is made perfect in
fit, elegant fabric and recherche in
style by F. M. Chadwick. 'Younre sure
to be correct in every detail when we
make your Spring suit
We desire to call your at
tention to our complete line ,
of Furniture. Our stock is
being increased daily by the
best gooda on the market.
We ' have a new lot of ;
baby carts in all styles at
prices which will meet with
to give satisfaction Get a color card
and Blinds, Builders Hardware. Price)
Mill Sup'y. Co,
Iron Ckuss Judicially Esclird Villi
'.. Extract from decisions of Supreme'
Court in the case of Georgia Home In
surance Co. aiain?.t Allen; - -
; "An Iron Safe Clause in a policy of
Insurance requiring the assursa to
keep a set of nooks and inventory of tha
stock, which shall be kept iu an iron
safe at night and at , other times when
the store is not open fur business, is a
valid condition and binding upon ths as
sured, the breach of which will void tha
policy unless it is waived by the insur
er. . f .
Lock Company's Safes, one of tha bast
winning theTjiold Medal at World's Fair,
from 475 lbs to 2,000 lbs.
COMPANY, New Bern. N 0
Lumsden & Stith
Strong Line of Fire Insurance Com-
All Business promptly attended to -
DAYS ARE COMING!
We are prepared for them and can
give you any flavor you want.
We also have some toothsome Dain
ties in Guth's Chocolates, and an Ele
gant Lunch requisite Chicken Sand
wiches. Cigirs and Tobacco all the time.
W. D. Barrington
mi m conc:i a 2
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