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,. . , Boat Pay Up Ym Cas't VoU In No
'. are is an unaccountable disposition
g part of many citizens to Blight
duties as citizens by neglecting to
,l.eir poll tax. The sheriff has used
i rieana within his power to impress
t i with the necessity and importance
Cua obligation but his efforts ap
I I to be unavailing in the majority of
c and now the last call to the de
I -nents is made. ' - ' i
L2AR THIS IN MIND, IP YOU
rCNT PAY YOUR .TAXES YOU
CANT VOTE! '
There are some 300 voters who will
kre their right to franchise unless they
r:'Ja at once with the county. , There
vUl be no dodging or filibustering and
ft yeu have not paid your taxes you
stay be assured that challengers will
tka oa hand and they will certainly
taoek your vote out and cause you in
. LIST OF LETTERS
smainin in the Post Office at New
Bern, Craven county, N. C, ApL 23,
lios. v.. ,
' HEN'S LIST.
A Albemarle Steam Navigation
Co. "'--.v , .'
B W R Banal, Claud Banks.
C Louia Collins, Quinn St.
' D Norman Dawson, care T T
fbirips, John Dail, 16 Short St, J S
Bawson. 44 West St., Rev E H Davis,
femes F Dudley. -
E W H Everett
. G Ganden Gancolso-
H Joseph Hobgood.
, J Richard Jones, 23 Randolph St
L James A Lawson, Julius Levy,
BJB Liner; Marion Lynch, Newton
M James M?llso, Solomon Make, 4
Walter Stf, G P Mumford, John
R H S Rogers, R D Reynolds (d 1)
SRobbert Smith, 27 St.,
Clarecia Spencer, 3 Stratford Ave.
T George Tate.
' "W-G R .Wilson, OUie Wheatl;-,
. A Carrie Ambree.
B E Baum.
C Artie Cuthril, Mrs P F Chadwic'.-,
Henrietta Cox, Alice Collin.
D Hattie Daniels, Belle Deney.
F Mrs Pericas Fisher.
G Mary A Gaskils. 19 Bern St.
H Elizabeth Harrell, Mrs. Esfis
Biggins, Lizzie B Howell,
: J Mrs Mary Jones.
' M Martha Manning, Mrs Henry M;:r
tin, Mrs Ida Moore, Cathren McGowun
P Louisa Pollock.
S-Mrs Sallie Stanley.
T Mary Thomas.
W Hattie Wooten, Mrs Viola Wal
ker, Blanche White, Queen St, (2).
Persons calling for the above letters
. will please say advertised and give date
i The regulations now require that (1)
cent shall be collected on the delivery
of each advertised letter.
S. W. HANCOCK,
From Belair and Farther
Farmers have had such beautifu
Mather lately that work has been
pressed, and most of them are now up
with tne weather if not with the sea
ton, a light frost in our midst the 24th
baa scared up farmers a little, but there
seems to be little if any damage done
' in our midst except to check the growth
f tender plants. Squash, cantelopes,
cukes, &c, arc up in some places and
nona seem to be hurt, the peach crop
seems to be thin, but perhaps there is
trait enough on the trees if it stays
from now on .
The apple blooms were more plenti
ful and a crop of apples is promised if
farther cold or accident does not befall
them. " '
Corn planting and cotton planting are
being rapidly pushed now and some of
the farmers have finished both and gone
fishing. ,f V ; :. .."- ,
There is not a perfect stand of pota
toes and some bottoms are entirely rot
ten, there is however an excellent (?)
stand of bugs, they' are eating the po
tatoes in some patches nearly as fast
aa they come up.
A trip through the country west of
New'B ra shows work progressing and
farms increasing general area larger
and cotton said to be increased only in
proportion to the general increase of
the county. '
' Up to last Saturday the western sec
tion, of the county seemed much dryer
&an ' the eastern part and some land
ploughed while too wet was very cloddy.
Rev. EH Davis PE of the New
Bern district preached two warm and
practical sermons at Lanes last Satur
day, and Sunday. J, - j
A general thrift seems to prevail in
irny places, as we see new houses be
ing erected on many of the farms
RHMtly tenant houses but some very
r od ones, farms are in many places
w ing put in better condition than -usual,
more hedges and old ditches being
i medup, the farmer himSelf seems
1 ; -.ful and happy, except some few
' l'xk on the dark side of things
. if 'they have to darken one side
i r t!ie special occasion.
; .' iridic voters of Craven
X.!lin df my friends all
' I I - r 1 y r.mn;ri,.e n,y
f r ( 'y Tn - !rr
: 1 ' ..
GENEROUS CONTRIBU- . . .
Ths Knlghtt Templar Masons, asd the Prat-
i: ' byterltn Chttrch .' ,',,.'
In response to the telegraphic appeol
made by the Grand Master of the Order
of Knights Templar of the United
States, through Grand Commander L.
A. Dodsworth of North Carolina, St
Johns Commandery No. 10, of New
Bern held a meeting Sunday, April 22,
for the purpose of adopting prompt
measures for contributing to the dis
tress of our Brother Fraters, in San
Francisco, and for the relief of the
distress and suffering consequent upon
the awful calamity, and devastation re
sulting from the earthquake and fire.
All members of the Masonic Frater
nity were united to contribute, and the
collection made Sunday morning
at the Presbyterian church, was includ
ed in the amount of funds forwarded
by the Treasurer of the Commandery
Sir Knight T. A. Green.
The following is the list of contribu
SirKnightT A Greeen $25G0
. James Redmond' 25 00
" TG Hyman 12 50
" J W Stewart 10 00
" T A Henry 10 CO
" J S Basnisht 5 00
" W A Mcintosh 5 00
" Dr R S Primros 5 00
" J C Green 1 00
' L II Irvin 5 00
' H B Smith 1 00
" CD Bradham 10 CD
" Dr J F Rhem G 00
" H W Simpson 5 00
" WTHill 6 00
" E B Haburn -5 00
" SRStriet 100
" CLAUrnathy 5 00
" J H Ea-ikbm-n 10 00
" T F I. Earthy 5 00
" LJTalor 1C0
" W A Mice 5 CO
" George Henderson 5 (w
' Dr Ray Pollock 5 00
W S Simmons 5 00
L Harvey 2 5;
Felix Harvey 2 DO
WE Smith 2 00
J E Warren 1 "0
C VV Munger 5 00
St. Johns Lodge No 3 2" 00
Mr M D W Stevensun 5 0'
The Presbyterian church
through Mr C L Ives 20 00
$ 210 50
A Good Offer
The Southern Express Co. offers free
the transportation of money for the
banefit of the San Francisco sufferers
tobo83ntto committees or relief or
Mr. Henrj Leibheit and Mrs. Emily
Rowe were married Tuesday evening
at the home of the bride, 92 Mel calf
street Magistrate S. R, Street per
formed the ceremony.
Beaueiful women can have the best
things in the world, for there is none so
inhuman as to refuse anything to a
pretty woman. Hollister's - Rocky
Mountain Tea makes beautiful women.
35 cents. For sale by F. S. Duffy.
New York Cotton Market.
The following were the opening and
closing prices on the New York Cotton
Exchange, April 26.
Cpjn High Low Close
May 10.95 11 11 10 94 11.00
July If. 88 10 96 10 84 10.95
Oct 10.38 JO 43 10.35 10.42
Last year 24,429
Ice Cream Supper
The Ladies Aid Society of Maysville
will give an ice cream Bupper at the
Academy on Friday night, April 27th,
for the benefit of the M. E. church.
All are cordially invited to attend.
Federal Court Proceedings.
The entire session of the court yes
terday was taken up with the argu
ment of the case of the United States
vs. the Commissioners of Pamlico coun
ty. The action was brought on account
of violation of laws regarding the ob
struction of navigation. It seems thut
the commissioners built a bridge across
Bay rive and the draw was constructed
in such a manner that it was a serious
hindrance to boats passing up and down
the river. The case was ably argued
by Col. Skinner on the side ot the gov
ernment snd Messrs D. L. Ward and
H. L. Gibbs for the defense. The jury
rendered a verdict of guilty after only
twelve minutes deliberation on the
case. Judgment will be passed today.
v Local Grain Market. 1
Corn, per bushel goj
Oats, - 47J
R P Seed Oata - 55
White Seed Oats 50
Meal, ; es
Hominy " lC5
r.m bran, per 100 ITjs.. ....... ..75
Wheat bran, - " i.C5
Feed, 100 lts , 1.25
Cotton seed meal, 100 lbs.... ..1.5ft
Cotton seed hulls, 100 rba............. . .45
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT,
Chickens, old per pair ,
" young, per pair
Pork, per n ......
L idi s, green, per lb ..'
.. . (i&Ci
..20 to ;:4
1 Co n. j r burihel.
j I "v : i
1 i Yams
Whose Say-so Is Best?
With nerly all medicines put up foi
sale tUronnh druggists, one has to take
the milker's sny-so alone as to their cura
tive value. Of-course, such testimony Is
not that of ,a disinterested party and
aceordiuty is not to be given the same
.credit a if written from disinterested
motives.. Vr. Pierce's medicines, how
ever, iorrn a singl and therefore striking
excepr.un to this rule. Their claims to
the cui.tidetice of invalids does not rest
solely uivm t.hoir makers' say-so or
praise Tln'ir'ingrt-dientsawijnatters of
public know ledge, being printed ou each
separaw bottln wrapper. Thus invalid
sufferers are tifl;eu into Dr. Pierce's' full
conlidence. Scores of leading medical
men have written enough to fill folttmes
in praise of the curativo value of the
several ingredients entering into these
Amonirst those writers we find audi med
ical lurlils&s iTof. Finh-y Klllnswood. M. I).,
of Bonnet Medical ColWe, Chiruro; Prof.
Hale, of the same city; l'rot John M. Scnd
dr. M. I., Ute of Cincinnati. Ohio; Prut
John King, M. D., late of Cincinnati, Ohio;
l)r. Grover C'oe, of New York! Dr. fiartho-.
low. of .lcfTcin Medical College, of Pa
and scores of other equally eminent, . -
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures
tbe worst cases of female weakness, prolaD
sna,anteTersionand rotroversion and corrects'
irreg'ularltitMi. cures painful periods, drlea uo
di.saroeaiile and weakenlnir drains, aouw
Uaivs known a nclric catarrh and a multl
ttule of other diseases peculiar to women.
Bear in mind, it 1s not a patent nor evea
secret medicine, but the "Favorite Prescrip
tion " of a retrularly educated physician, of
lartre experieiHM in the cure of woman's
lecliav ailntfuts, who frankly and ounAd--i:itrly
tal-res hi patients luto his full cos
lidiitice hy tellliur them just, what his "Pra-fc(.'i-iptlon
" Is cinnixjied of. Of no other medi
cine put up for woman's special maladies
and s;d through tlruutfists, can it be said
that the umF.iT is not afraid to deal thus
frankly, openly and honorably, by iattinc
every i tHont usius the same know exactly
what she is takintr. .
Si.;k women are Invited to consult Dr.
Pierre, by letter, .free. All correspond
ence is guurditi as sacredly secret and
womanly confluences ttra protected by
profes-sitmul privacy. Address Dr. B. V.
Pierce. Buffalo, N.'Y. .
Jiinv to pios. t ve health and beantv is
toltUn Ur. Pierce's Common Sense Med
ical AdviMX. It is free. For a paper
covered copy send Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buf-f.-lo.
Y.. l'1 one-cent stamps to cover
maiUi'g wPj ; lit cloth binding 31 stamps.
Dr. Pierce's Tullets cure constipation. :.
April 26, 1906.
Mr. and I'n. Charlie Cayton and
Miw Amie Cjj t--n wera visitors at the
home ot Mr. Lou s Cayton Sunday.
Mrs. Bctlii I ana has returned home
from a yLit to her son, Mr. Leon Lane
Mr. and Un. T. B. Tunstall went to
Cravoi, :-'ti:id?y to visit friends.
Mrs. rats - i i:.rdy, cf Small, is spend
ing -lis VL'e.; with her sister, Mrs.
Bam?y Cayti'-.n of this place.
Mi-.ses iVa I anil Ruby Lane were
thctucsu o' f-ii.-s l.ova Lane Satur
day ; nd :': i! ', iv.
V, ;:- sorry to note that Little
Mac! s.n of Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
Linf is v. i y -;;-:
Mr. an; Mr;. I'. D. Cayton were the
gues s of :u:u llrs. L. G. Cayton
So.! ' ef (.; farmers are busy plant
ing co U't inl-i week.
Mr. ;y.d V.-. C. (,. Tunstall made a
pleaatit ! in Small Sunday after
noon. Elder Duke conducted services at the
Christian church at Edward Sunday.
Mi?3 Mau I Tuten is visiting relatives
Miss I.oron t Cayton and Mr. Leon
Burgeon of near Prescott were the
quests of Mi s '-'lUtid Fulcher- Sunday
C. G. T.
One Thousand Dollars Given
Yesterday the amount of the total
contributions given to the cause of the
sufferers from the disaster at San
Francisco reached one thousand dollars
As h s been noted the citizens respond
ed nobly to the call of distress and the
sum collected here will be comparative
ly as large a3 that as any other city in
the State and tha Journal iB very glad
to be nble to make this statement.
The sum is made of the collection
made through various channels, the
cKizoiS, KVfjhts .Templar, Elks, Pre
byter:.ui cii .r h and Hebrews,
Wind liloMnfr from the West this
week brouci.i frost and there will be no
of buying fruit cans this seeson.
The people are still guessing whether
we will have the railroad or not, as tbe
eomoany 'want the people to give them
a right-away. ' .
. T'ley are hiving little Swift creek
bridge repaired, hope they wil make it
solid as ft has been dangerous.
If white ribbon is any sign, the wed
ding bells will'soon ring again.
' Miss Euk Willis, of J'ew Bern school
visited her parents last Sunday. - ;
Alessers Joe Bryan, Clev William
and Miss DnlJaa Dinkins, of Vanceboro,
wera the guest of Mr1. A. P. Simson,
Sunday afernoon. . ; ' i
Mr. Bill Smith is the happiest man in
ear midst. Its agirl. .,;
. Mr. II. R Nobles, and wife visited
Cove, last Sunday, they reported a fine
trip. ; ;;-;.:'; '
Mr. K. C. Nobles, and wife attended
religious services at l aulswamp last
tur.day. I ; -; . : . ,-.
Mr. F. S. E njil took a flying trip to
Vanceboro, bunday.' : .
Mr. D. W. Smith; we are lonesome
for you. 'vt'hy dont you come? and if
you cant come write. -Tha
people af this place will be john-
nie on the spot, at the carnival. Look
out for us. ; ,
Some one borrowed some fodder from
Mr- N.. P., Willis.. Sunday night and
havo not returned it yet. -
Mrs. N. P. Willis will have on next
week a fifty dollar supply of up-to-date
hats from New York, wait and see hers
before buying. , .
Mr. A. P. Simpson caught a rock, last
Saturday weighing sevenand a half Dos.
Go BKain Mr. Simpson ss we want a
mean too. :' , '
"' Where art thou Mr.. E. Gaakins? we
havenot an n yeu lately,
Ile-Iio-TIs, another ball at Vano boro
8)th v.z:'.zzzm :
Odd Fellow Glv a Social Eenlng In Honor
;-'"v f EanU .-' -'.
The Odd Fellows had one of their en
joyable and profitable social evenings
at their room last night. The particu
lar occasion was the VTth annniversary
of the establishment of the order. The
attendance was large, many of the
members being among the guests. -Noble
Grand, H. C. Armstrong pre
sided and M. . E. Gerock introduced the
speaker, Mr. R. L. Wright of Norfolk;
whose address was - highly appreciated
and appraised. After the speech ice
cream was served and all had a pleas
Carnival In Kinston. ;
The Pierce Carnival Co which will be
here next week is in Kinstoo, we pub
lish, the comment of the Free Press on
the show. 'v,:i -".v'-x :':r
The carnival opened Monday night
with the largest first night attendance
ever at a 'carnival in this city, and
through the real fever has not caught
the crowd yet, everyone aeemed to be
enjoying the fun immensely. The atten
dance consisted largely of the best
people of the city, a large proportionof
them ladies.. - :
"Creation" is probly the feature at
traction of the show and is in .reality
a splendid clean show of varied fea
tures, embracing a little of vaudeville
and a firsWte electric machine. The
radium dance )a itself worth the price
of admission 15 cents. , .
In the "Hall of Fame" Galatea, the
optical illusion that puzzled the world
for so long a time, is enlarged upon and
one is set to wonderiog how it is all
done. In the glare of the brightest
electric lights are the beads and parts
of the bodies of real live ladies, ap
parently separated and just there by
themselves. ; ..
The "Ferris Wheel," "Ocean Wave,'
merry-go-rnud and other attractions
are there f or the ammnsement of those
who like them and they are many. The
feats of Prof. Guilmcyte on the trapeze
the free act, are extremely hazardous
and wonderful. .' --
H rlowe and H. Harlowe.
' ! Y April 24.
Mrs. John S Morton and daughter.
Miss Bessie, went to New Bern Friday
to do some shopping Saturday, return
in ; slopped over , at Thurman to visit
Mrs Morton's parents, and returned
Mrs. M E Bell who has been confined
to her room by sickness, we regret to
announce has not been so well for the
past few days.
That jovial drummer Harris was here
again this week bearing his usual smile
and taking orders.
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Taylor went over
to Morehead City Sunday returning
Mr. Ira Long goin around by North
River spent Saturday and Sunday with
his father, the sainted J, A. Mason,
who is very low. C
Rev F S Becton passed through yes
terday from Pollockaville to his home
at Bachelor. ,-
Mr A L Newbery' of Newport was
here yesterday, we presume in the - in
teres of the horse business. v
Mr John 8 Morton took a drummer to
Messrs.. Wra. N. and J as R. Bell are
in New Bern today making purchases
and doing other business. s
Letter toT A Green
Dear Sir : The late president of the
Croton Rirer bank, at Brewstera, N.
Y built the finest house in all that
region, in 1884, "and pamted it with
lead-and-oil at a cost of 400 the boase
cost $31,000. :r, -
In 1887 three years he repainted it
with Devoe at a coat of (360. In 1897
this paint was in good condition.
Lead-and-oil, $400, three yean. De
voe $350, ten yean. '
. Yours truly,
" P. W. Devoe ft Co.
64 New York.'
PS E W Smallwood Sells Our
Sunday School Picnic
There will be a Sunday School picnic
Saturday, May 6, at Scott's Hill School
house. Address by Prof. A. H. hite
Public cordially invited to come with
full baskets. : ' ' : s '
At Washington, N. C. April 23, 1906,
Mr, Samuel Masters in his 68th, year.
Mr. Masters was a son of the lite Dr.
Samuel Masters of this city. " The re-'
mains will be brought to this city this
morning. The funeral services will b
held at Christ church this afternoon at
4 SO o'clock. The Interment' will be in
Cedar Grove Cemetery. : ' - '
Tim owner op th above fins new
apartment buililioK dtslrca to trade it (or a farm
la tbU state. There la no aafer or more profit
able Investment thaa Improved real eatata in a
rapidly (rowing eiiy like Chicago. Thla build
ing la located In the brat residence district near
Lake Michigan, the famoua Lake Shore Drive
and rapid transit. It will r ye hsri'luorae profit
on the valuation. 1 .'ilsbas exceilent o; -iirta.
nlty to exrhati e larnt f .r ' t t ivirj
lnvcslcirnt that r- real wntlc a. 4 amictv,
addresa it. w. i i i & c x, i i -r
born f t., Chi'T . I 1.
The New Bern
CRAVEN COTTON GUANO .
:...ve ., 8-3-2. - -
We have large trade on Uils brand,
it has given general satisfaction to those
who use this grade. It makes any crop
that stable manure makes and will be
found much cheaper.
JONES COUNTY ' -
PKEMIUM CROP GROWER
Great crop producer. Permanent soil
ONSLOW FARMERS " '' '
Good all round Fertiliser used largely
for cotton and corn. . -
FOY'S HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER
Excellent Fertilizer, carefully pre
pared from bent material we can pro
cure for this grade goods. We confi
dently recommend it. . More profitable
for farmers to use high grade Ferti
lizer on general staple crops, cotton,
corn, etc, than to use low grades. All
who use-this brand speak inhighest
terms of it. ,
GREENE COUNTY i
- STANDARD FERTIUZER
is a standard x-z-Z grade, unce used
its reputation will sell it again.
NEW BERN COTTON
Rev D C Geddie filled his regular ap
pointment at Bethlehem Sunday. He
preached the funeral of Mn Alice Gar
ner who died last spring of paralysis. ;
Mr George Laughinghouse of More
head City visited MrE B Moore last
week. .'" , .,
Mr I vah W Haskett of Newport
passed through Bogue lost Tuesday. : 1
Mr Hiram Russell who has beeq at
Work on a dredg? at Wilmiiutton for a '
number of months is at home on a visit. I
and Ben Irvin of Stella attended aer'-J
Miss Beatrice Weeks of Stella andi1
Mr M Foscue of Fowlc.were the guests
of tW Misses Ennett Sunday. 1 1
itlisa Martraret Rnnet.t of Cedar Poir t
is spending a few days at Stella this J
week. ,-'.. ' v
.. Mr Stewart from near ' Morehead
City spent Sunday with Mr R F Smith.
: Mr LT Taylor of Bogue, who was
married Wednesday, April 18, at Beau
fort to Miss Alma Pigottof the Strait!",
returned homo Monday with his bride.
Their many friends wish them much
success through life.
'" Everybody seems to be on the alert,
but the P. O. Inspectors. What has
become of them ?
M. and E.
Preserve your youth by Drinking Dr.
Capt Isaac Powell Honored.
Drummer Isaac Powell, known as
Capt Isaac Powell of New Bern, N. C,
on receiving notice from' the National
headquars of the G. A. R: from James
Tanner, ' commander-in-chief, John
Tweedale, adjutant general, dated
April 4th, that by resignation of C. H.
Osgood the department commander pf
Va. and N. C, and by virtue of the
office as Senior Vice Commander of the
department t was the department com'
mander and m the I9th of April the
Encampment was opened by Com
mander Powell and the business of the
Encampment was conducted in a busi
ness manner. At the election of com
mander the comrades again nominated
Capt Powell for the department com
mander, but declined in favor of Com
mander D. R. Wilson of Richmond, Va.
Commander Isaac Powell ia the only
Negro that has ever been a department
commander of the Grand Army of the
Republic in tbe South in the history of
the Order. He has the honor of being
oa the Roll of Past Dept. Commanders,
having attended nearly all the depart
ment encampments; have attended nine
national encampments; was a delegate
from the deparment of "Va. and N. C
1900, to the national encampment at
Chicago, 111., and twice on the depart
ment commander's staff; once on the
commander-in-chief's staff; served hi
post as adjutant bix years and senior
vice commander of the post for one
year and post commander for eight
years. ' ',, '.r .'. -
He joined the Grand Army of the
Republic in 1888 and rebuilded up tbe
S. of V, camp No. L Also in 1895
raised up the D. of V and in 1900 got
up the L. A. S. to the 8. of V. camp,
and was the founder of the G. A. R.
headquarters. Enlisted into the serv
ice of the U S on the 13th day of Dec.,
1803 at Washington, N C Enlisted
under Capt James M Mellon, first Lt.,
Kill at Camp Hilton as commander
Co B, 37 U S C T under Capt Daniel
Foster, killed in action at r'ort. Hani
son, Vs. I was with the regiment in
the following battles: 2d Petersburg,
June 27, 18G4; New Market bights, Va,
Sept 27, 1864; Fort Harrison, Va.,
Sept 30th, 18i4; Fair Oaks, Va, Oct.
27, 1864; second Fort Fisher campaign
Jan, 1865; Sugar Loaf, N C, Feb 12th,
18fr.;near Wilmington, N C.Feb 21,
U&; North East station, N C, Feb 22,
18G.r; Cox's Ferry, N C, March 21, 1806
and was discharged at Raleigh, N C,
on the 11th day of Feb, 1867.
Fast Dept Commander,
9 1 m t
i V 9
Cello: C 11 &
LENOIR BRIGHT LEAF
i TOBACCO GROWER
Eor tobacco, more important to have
pure Fertilizer than any other rrop.
Mary materials might give required
analysis but would spot or injure tex
ture. We are very particular in manu
facture of the goods. Potash con
tained in our Tolacco Guano is obtained
exclusively from High-Grade Sulphate
of Potash, free from chlorine, an ele
ment specially injurious to Tobacco
plant. ... r,-. . r ..
PAMLICO ELECTRIC TOP DRESSER
' " 6-10-2.
' Tbe highest grade ammonlated goods
We make. Used largely by Truckers
for aide dressing vegetable crops. Use
Electric Top Dresser for aidedressing
cabbage. . .'
CARTERET BONE AND POTASH
-::Mh .,10-0-2. ;.'V ;;-'..;
Prepared with especial view to use
upon lands not deficient in Ammonia.
Is made of excellent material, a splen
did article of Bone and Potash.
poimTEFW m rmir ' ' '
Standard goods, welt knoftn to the
.trade, - 4 .
OIL & FERTILIZER MILLS, New Bern, N. C.
m asrs ,m pike
-- . - .-.:-. . , ,.: . : "if
FAC-SIMILB REPRODUCTION AMID THE BLAZE AND GUTTER OF
ICf '. .'BJG-HOWS lb
JtsIGGEQT I GREATEST! GRANDEOfJ
UNSURPASSED AND UNAPPROACHED BY ANY OUT-OF-DOOR
AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISE THATHAS EVER TOURED THE SOUTH
CLEAN! , WHOLESOME!
ATlf RTI SOUD MONDAY
" " WEEK APRIL 30TIL
aarSPECIAL EXCURSION TRAINS
GRAN J BAND CONCERTS HOURLY by Prof. T. McQuarre. v ,J
TIT AI I misTsT PAlTfrnT T i TiVV i V
FUN FAST AND FURIOUS- SOMETHING DOING EVERV MINVTHft
MEET YOUR FRIENDS ON "THE PIKE'I'MT
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A. L. PIERCE.
GEO. S. M1RR. . EDNEY RIDGE, HENRY BLOODGOODT '
. Gen. Agt ; Advertising Rep. Contracting Agt
rDdATlAM I rr! a nrirmFat t
-By using Peerless Ice
land freezers, Cold Wave and
Labeli refrigerators. The
difference in cost of ice will
be greater- over cheaper
by using good hammocks.
over hot stoves, get a blue
frame Oil Stove.-at a small
cost Call and see before
you buy. ,
Yours to pleac ,
J. S. MILLER
: New Bern N C
Desirable Property for Sale
Two City lots, 60 and 80 x 2141 feet.
One ". " 60x150 feet, including
ehurch building, 1 large pipe organ, 1
hot Air heater. Sold either separately
or collectively. Apply to
T. A. Oteea, 1
J. W. Stewart, J Cow
.. J. i Wolfeurfen . '
HACKvsaiTD & l7CXXLSIGHt
Buggies,' Wagons, Carta and Drays al
ways kept m stock. I reset tires
without cutting with the latest im
proved tire shrinker. I keep a good
supply of cart wheels always in stock
repairing done at q iiclt notice.
Shop on South Front street near
Porch Columns, Rails, Bal
usters,. Spindles, btair lail
C-lu:ters, Grills, Plinth and
Corner Clocks, Sash and
Doers, Frrr.ts fer Wood and
Crick nu:r-v Moulding.
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GENUINE GERMAN'K A ......
K-2-0. : '
Guaranteed to contain 12 per est
IVES' IRISH POTATO GU ' )
. 7-5-7. . . - ,
Carefully prepared for raising Irisr
Potatoes, and root crops generally
Contains Available Phosphorie Acid
Ammonia and Pota h, derived from
materials specially adapted to growth
of Irish Potatoe crop, in rirH pro nor
tions for soil and climate.' Ve believe
it is finest Potatoe Fertilizer en market
DUNN'S STANDARD .i '
This Fertilizer compounded from b;t
agricultural chemicals known to tnAi.
Prepared for truckers, who need gun X,
powerful Fertilizer, has been used wi i
splendid results on xotton crop as sid
dresser about the latter part June of
first July. . , . 1
i. ''V' ,r"'-':-' . i ' r
Fob Sale by Fertilizer Dealers -
Throughout Eastern North;
. MORAL! INSTRUCTIVE J
Ike Knights of 'FylS
EVERY DAY ! .": V -
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T - v - i a n t i s si w ? "
Director Gen. :
It has come and we war
n ver better able to enter
tein it The delicious new
drinks we have will charm
and delight this great sum
mer autocrat He will be
repeatedly downed, bat like
truth will rise again.' Our
fresh, pure "all fruit"' syr
ups and our sparkling, cool
soda water are fit to quench
the thirst of a monarch. .
F. S. DUFFYj !i
Prove The C
of Our Ice Ci
If they didn't like the 6 y'.J
tide we have, they would not I .
us. Come and see for yourselves.
' We also sell the best brands of ci
and tobacco. . -
Crescent Tc lr:. y
VV: D. Barring! n
Hypertropia, , ;'
or far sight means the focusing of c
jects or light behind the retinaore 'r.
ror of the eye, and if it were not t' i
nature had some means of con? '.
this error very bad sight would res;," t;
the bntin sends out an extra amount li
nervous energy to the niswcles govera
ing the focusing of tlie eye cain 'r j
contraction or cramping of same, v
causes that dull ache neura'.,'a, i
ed or "pink" eyes, inali'y ti ?
use the eyes for any ler i r-f i
clowe work, ani the r ' j '
synij'alhy one with n-' r t i
are often pulled in or cr. J ( -s
eyes) and owirj to the eve s.ive ti
r.'ti.uUre of n-rve ioe ;.' -r y u!
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