Pub tahefi lnTwo 6ecUoh,ewry Tort
4ay and Friday, M Jmntl Building, 68-
10 Craven Btreot.
CHARLES U STEVEN5 .
csrroR kvo phopribtQp.
Two Months, Jf0"
tux Monuis,... tl oq
mln Month! " "
ONLY IN ADVANCF,
rtfls-i Patw. nf New Bern and Craven
j u.i..ntiu f.iraiuhful upon ap
plication at the office, or upon inquiry
tSTTho jocranu is only sent on pay-
?j w,i Riihscribe.s will
leoeive notice of expiration of their sub
scription and an immediate response to
: . I ti - annraniated DV tne
UtlUO w' , .
"nterod at the Postofflce,
ft. c. aa second-class matter.
New Bern, N. C, August 21. 1906.
ENCOURAGE OR CHANGE
That the present local fire depart
ment system is out of date, therefore
of poor value to this city's interestsMs
narfoolv Tilnin tn everv taxpayer and
property owner. Added to this out-of
dateness which the present fire system
has to contend with, there is practical
ly no encouragement given the volun-
teers who are called out, in the day
time from their work, and at night
time from their beds, and either serv
ice means the possibility of personal in
jury to health and limb, with certain
destruction to wearing apparel, and
this without recompense t" make good
any losses sustained, except they be se
vere enough to disable and so get mon
ev from the State Firemens' Associa-
The Journal believes and has long ad
vocated a paid fire department service
for New Bern, with the conduct of the
same under a chief who will be held re
sponsible, and receive just pay for the
responsibility placed upon him. This
is what the DroDertv owners should
have in New Bern, a paid fire depart-
ment service under a competent and re
sponsible head, but while this service
delayed, and every week's postpone
ment means added danger to the prop
erty interests of this city, in the mean
time while the volunteer service is all
that the city has, let there be encour
" agement given those who do serve, and
a fuller appreciation exhibited, so that
this service may be stimulated to its
best efforts, and thereby a surer secu
rity from a dangerous conflagration ob
tained, which is an ever present possi
bility when a department is not pre
pared to meet any great emergency.
PROSPEROUS TIMES NOT
The prosperity which is so much in
evidence in every trade, business and
profession, at this time, prompts the
question, how many of those who are
prosperous, receiving or making money
Jn fair excess of their daily needs, are
putting away some of their surplus?
With wages high and work offering
in excess of the supply of labor, the
laboring man, the wage earner, finds it
no object to save a part of the wages,
for there is a pleasure in liberal living
when there is everything to indicate a
continuation of wages in excess of daily
Very different seems the personal de
sire in less prosperous times, when it
takes effort to meet living expenses by
the wages received. Then there is the
full appreciation of the value of even
' one cent, when in prosperous times, the
dollar is heedlessly and easily spent.
The government experts show that
1905 was the highest year for living ex
penses In a number of years past. Can
any household of itself prove that there
was the necessity for this high living
rate, altho it may be accepted that the
necessaries of Ufa were upon such a
high scale of prices that brought living
expenses up to the high notch which
the government has . estimated
In other words, has not the high cost
"of living been acutely developed by the
prosperity of this twentieth century, so
. that with the expansion of credit, every
household is buying as necessities many
things which are not absolutely so, but
appear to be needed, because of the
prosperous conditions, these superin
ducing an excessive credit expansion in
It 'will be the part of wisdom for
everyone to take individual heed, as to
his or her expansion of credit, that is,
' buying luxuries and neglecting to pay
the grocer's bill, or the bill of any deal
ft who may .supply daily needs, or even
neglecting to pay off the mortgage
any outstanding liability. ; '
But however those live who can just
ly '!.! to have the luxuries of today.
s ; u tire others who are living at
: Li h even ti e prosperous conJi
tiona do not warrant, and the first
pause and change in these - conditions,
means trouble it not something; more
serious for them.
WHAT IS THE WISE SOLUTION OF
, ELECTRIC LICHTS ?
The electric light solution under mu
nicipal ownership, demands aa great
attention from the tax payers aa it ever
did. This solution is not merely, better
lights, but accepting the promises wbjch
have been given the electric light con
sumers, and to those who would be out
on the streets after dark, that there
will be good lights, soon, there is yet
the practical and business side, which
affects every tax payer, and every
property holder, for the electric light
indebtedness is a lien against all city
property. What is the probability and
possibility that the consumption of
electric lights will be sufficient to both
pay, all running expenses of the prop
erty, also keep up the equipment as
well as provide a fund which will take
care of bonds and notes issuf d, when
Every tax payer who has kept up
with the electric light financial accounts,
knows of the serious condition which
has been all along, but now there is the
gas company, which is an active factor
in the local market for business, and
while every gas consumer may also take
electric lights, yet the probability is
that the consumer will take from the
company which gives the best service
and the most of it.
Accepting that the light commission
will give the service, it promises, this
service is not all that the people of
New Bern want. A day service for
motor power is needed, and this means
further increase in local requirements,
an electric car line service. It is not
within tho remotest chance that the
city would ever advance to the last, and
hardly ever to the first. This being so,
it seems the wise solution of the local
electric light situation, to make some
deal whereby two thi ngs at least shal
be accomplished, first the taxpayer shall
be saved from severe loss, and second,
the consumer shall have the light that
he is chtrged for, and the demand for
nriwpr service and car service shall be
given the people of this city.
The Journal knows that several in
quiries have been made looking to pur
chase of the electric light system of
New Bern, and those who made the in
quiries will not merely guarantee street,
store and residence lighting in first
class manner, but a day service will be
given for those who will want the pow
er, and further, a car line service would
be instituted, if property owners would
o-ive riehls of wav. All this calls for
O - ' - - -5 "
some public action. The city is already
contracted and congested, houses fill
every vacant lot, and yet few can be
rented. There is fplendid opportunity
for suburban development, which would
relieve the congestion, and afford hun
dreds of families the chance to buy lots
and own their own homes.
The time is past for drifting, for this
drifting means a shock for the tax pay
ers when thev find they must make
good deficits and with a property on
hand which will not carry itself. It is
time for action, because splendid re
sults will follow some business and
practical looking into the situation by
tax payers, merchants anc people, gen-
erally, whereby electric light service
may be secured which will relieve the
present situation and benefit the entire
A Gusrintetd Curs For PIIm
Itching, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding,
Piles. Druggists are authorised to re
fund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails
to cure in 6 to 14 days. 60c.
Card of Thanks.
I desire to express my thanks to my
friends throughout the entire county
for their earnest support rendered me at
the primary held in Craven county July
21st and August 1st Thanking you
again, one and all. I remain yours
RICHARD B. LANE.
Ciant of Currituck Dead.
Lewis Lawark, Currituck county's
famous large rr.an is dead of typhoid fe
ver. He was the largest man in the
State, weighing before his sickness,"
735'pounda. He was the strongest and
most active man in his county, and, had
traveled all over the country to fairs
and exhibitions. At death he was 27
years oU. " -
, The man referred to in the above
paragraph was in New Bern four or
five years ago, and alUiough he had not
attained his maximum weight, his co
lossal size was something wonderful
: Stomach Troublit and Censtipaptlo.
No one cdfi reasonably hope for good
digestion when the bowels are consti
pated. Mr. Chas. Bxldwin, of Edwards-
vi!le,ll)., aays, "Isuffered from chronic
constipation and stomach troubles for
several years, but thanks to Chamber
lain's St- mach and Liver Tablets am
almost currd." Why not get a package
ot theM tablets and get well and stay
well? Price 25 cents. For sale by Davis
THE CAPITOL SCHOOLS.
Weather Report for the State.
Cotton Standing Rainy
Weather Well. Many
Law Students to be
. (Special Correspondence.)
Raleigh, N. C, August 17th-T h e
State Superintendent cf Public
Instruction is -informed of tho voting by
Waco School District, Cleveland coun
ty, of local tax. He smiled when he
received tha news and said that he had
preached in the Baptist church at Waco
a sermon on the importance of the pub
lie schools and of local taxation in aid
There has appeared from the offico of
the State Superintendent educational
bulletin No. 7 containing some very
significent facts, regarding North Gar- j
olina's public school statistics for 1904-5, ,
compiled by Charles L. Coon. The talilu
showing twenty years progress of trio j
school, from 18)4-5 to the present is of I
high value. The increase in the number I
of rural schools for whites is 31 per ct.
during that period and the increase in
the number of pupils is nearly 84,000.
The total increase of white school pop
ulation, both in town and country U 41
per cent that of colored 14 per cent. ,
The increase in enrollment in the white
schools is 75 per cent, and in the colored
31 per cent. The average daily attend
ants on the wtfite schools has increased
71 per cent, and that on the colored
schools only 18 per cent. The funds
raised for rural and city schools twenty
years ago aggregated $681,904, while
now they are $1,015,039, showing the
wonderful increase ot 148 per cent. Ihe
term for the schools has been increas
ed 45 per cent, being now 88 days. The
average salary for white teachers has
increased 29 per cent, in the twenty
years. The amount spent for school
buildings shows a most wonderful in
crease. Twenty years ago the amount
spent for rural school buildings was
$64,156, while new it is $275,841, the
increase in the period being 326 per
cent. Everything shows progress. It
must be stated in regard to this bulle
tin that the figures for 1905 are from
the advance returns of the report of
State Superintendent Joyner. The total
avadable school funds for 1904- 5 was
$2,308,728; the8chool population 696,622,
the amount per capita raised for scoools
being $2.42. The value of all property
in the State for 1903 was $433,687,359.
Among today's visitors was Congress
man CharlesR. Thomas, on his way to
New Bern from Buffalo Lithia Springs,
his usual resting place. He said while
there he had prepared himself for the
political campaign. He added that he
did not expect any trouble in the east,
The weather reyorts for North Caro
lina for Jnly says that the month was
coolest, throughout the state, and the
rain-fall the heaviest on record, being
9:23 inches, or 3;38 above the normal,
in some sections being three times the
nomal amouet Dsing such damage in
general and having in the east. The
mean temperature was 75 6. degrees,
which is one period 1.6 below the norm
al. The greatest amount of rain during
the month was 17.15 inch at Salem. 16
32 at Greensville, and 16. 18 at Eden-
ton, the least 4 .60, at Asheville. The
largest amonnt in twenty-fjur hours
being S.26 at Sloan 5.25 at Southport.
Average number of rainy days was six
teen. The percentage of possible sun
shine was 56, at Asheville, 47 at Ral
eigh, 53 at Elizabeth City.
Cotton growers say that cotton u
standi-ig the laiuy weather remarkably
well, and is doing much better than
thev expected. Around Raleigh the
I crop is a pretty fair one, although of
j course much depends upon the weather
rrom now on.
Gov. Glenn is in the Piedmont Sec
tion and it is sid will uot return here
until early next week.
It is learned that the number of ap
plicants as Attorneys coming to be ex
amined by the Suprema Court the com-
'ng term, . will be larger than usual.
Under the new rule applicants are now
required to have had two years instruc
tions before applying for license. .
Corporation Commissioner Rogers
has inspected for the second time the
Yadkin Railway southward from Salts-
bury, and finds it yet to be in bad con
dition. The result will b actod on by
the ' commission. Both road-bed rod
rails and ties need ' renewing. A year
asro the road was cw.d.!!r.nfcd on account
of its condition. :
Mr. Oliver Honored. ;
Mr. William H. Oliver has
the following invitation:
The National Democratic Club
,. .'. extends to the
Honorable William H. Olivtr, ;
the hospitality of its Club-house
Six hundred and seventeen V
Fifth Avenue, New York,
during the period ofhis visit :
to this city to welcome the .
Honorable William Jennings Bryan.
1 JOHN FOR,
' ' President.
Wit Is Poor Health lor Yaart.
Ira W. Kelley, of Mansfield, Pa.
writes: r'I was in poor health for two
years, sufiering from kidney and blad
der trouble, and spent considerable
money consulting physicians without
obtaining any marked ten? (it, but was
cured by Foley's Kidney Cure, , and I
desire to add my testimony that it may
be the cause of restoring the health of
others. Refuse substitutes. Sold
MRS. O. D. ROBINSON.
Vrr' Woman in America Is Interested
in This Woman's Experience.
ItR HEALTH DESTROYED
BY PELVIC CATARRH. .
Mrs. O. D. ftobinson, 48 St. Felix St
ISrouklyii, 5T. Y., writes:
have tn ken Pcruna and it did me
mors gooil than all my two years'
treatment by special physicians.
I eau really say that I feel like
anothor person. No more swollen feet
and limbs. No more bloating of the
nbiiomen. No more shortness of breath.
No more stiff and sore joints. You
have uo idea what your treatment has
done for me. It has prolonged my life
and made a new woman of me.
"O, such a blessing I have received
through your kindness, Doctor, and
the assistance ot the medicine which
you so kindly prescribed.
'I aui able to work Bince I began your
treatment, but before I was not able to
help myself, much less do any work.
All praise is due to Dr. Hartman and
Peruna Is sold by your local Druggists
i Buy a bottle today.
Colored Odd Fellows.
The District Grand Lodge of Colored
Odd Fellows which spent its thr.e days
sessions in this city, Tuesday morning
at Odd Fellows Hall. Fasteur street,
completed its business Thursday night,
much routine and other business was
transacted, one important measure was
the advance of the value of the endow
ment polices 50 per cent.
The annual address of the Grand
Master, W. W. Lawrence, showed the
order to be in highly creditable condit
ion in every respect and making rapid
progress 'n this State. The body which
composes abnut 280 delegates, visited
the Odd Fellows Home, 7 miles out on
the Wilmington railroad, Wednesday,
ostensibly to review the plantation'ixf
1400 acres with abundant lumber an'ct
wood supplies, saw mill in operation,
numerous buildings, and large tracks
of fertild land, of course mu'h surprise
was expressed at the magnitude and
resources of this": valuable purchase,
two-thirds of the price of which $8000,
has been promptly paid.
Attorney D. E. Henderson, on behalf
of the mayor and citizens made the
webome address to the Grand Lodge
delegates at St Peters church Tuesday
night, where an excellent program of
welcome.exercises was carried out,Rev.
B. F. Martin of Gastonia made the re
Bponce to Mr. Henderson's address.
Thursday morning's session was occupi
ed with electing of officers resulting as
J B Catries, District Grand Master,
Winton; G C Caldwell, District Deputy
Grand Master, Gastonia; W S Ingram,
DistrictGrand Secretary, Durham; Mar
nice Watts, District Grand Treasurer
Raleigh; S H Vick, Endowment Secret
ary, Wilson; Y D Garrett, State Grand
Director. Tarboro; Chief Director of
Odd Fellows Home, W W Lawrence,
New Bern: 'Associate Directors, W A
Fuller, Franklin ton; E M Green, Wil
mington; W S Miller. W W Lawrence,
who has served as District Grand Mas
ter for five successive terms was heart
ily and unamiously endorsed for mem
bership on the sub-committee ot man
agement, and the delegates Instructed
to so vote. Following the creditable
street parade Thursday 3 p. m, the an
nual oration was made at the court
house by Hon. J, C Ashbury, editor of
the Odd Fellows Journal, Philadelphia;
an'i was eloquent, piatical, and abound
ed good sense and wholesome advice.
The delegates and visitors anpeared
well pleased with their cordial recept
ion and good treatment by the people
of New Bern. The next session of the
Orand Lodge will be held at Salisbury,
i M W oivnnd Tuesday in Auir. 1907. . A
levee, was held Thursdr night at the
Tolmcco House. The annual address
contains recommendations for t levy of
20 cents for capital upon lU.tKM) mem
bers of order throughout tne btate, to
meet the next payment on mortgage
note of the Home, and the establish
ment of a fire insurance scheme, and
an official State Odd Fellows Joumal.of
which Rev. R G Green, Winston Salem
was made the Editor, all of the forego
ing recommendations Doing endorsed.
Rev. J. Harvey Anderson,
, . N Reporter.
War Against Consumption.
All nations are endeavoring to check
the ravagesof consumption, the "white
plague" that claims so many victims
each year. Foley's Honey and Tar
cures coughs end colds perfectly and
you are In no danger of consumption.
Do not. risk your health by taking some
unknown preparation when Foley's
Honey and Tar is safe and certain in
result. Ask for Foley's Honey and
by Tar and inint upon having It
.t . i it c.ii i.
I J life and made a new woman of '
i we. "--Mrs. O. D. Robinson.
DISEASE BECOMES SERIOUS.
The Peculiar Sickness Attack
. ing Horses and Other An-
imals Causes .Much
; , Uneasiness.
For several dayB the papers have con
tained news i tarns from Eastern Caro
lina particularly Hyde county, state
that horses are sfflicted with a disease
resembling- blind staggers and.it be
comes fatal in many cases. A large
number of horses have been taken wish
' it is now said that the malady
spreading. Cases have been reported
in Beaufort, Craven, Jones, Onslow
and Lenoir counties and most of them
are a virulent type. The .cause is at
tributed to the rain soaked grasses in
the lowlands, -which are believed to
have some poisonous mould growing on
them. It is noticed thut hows and I
cittle feedingon the higher-hinds are I
not affected in this wsv.
Bean the W Vl,'J t!aW 1WSVS
Crops have improved much in tho
past three or four wels, the rams
have been light notwithstanding the
frequency of showers. 0,si
The battle of the farmers with "gen
eral green has been severe tins year,
some have surrendered ancf even ti e
victory won by those wlv held out don't
appear now to be very great.
Fodder pulling is now the important
work of the farm, and dry weather is
Mr. S. M. Rhue has just returned
from Norfolk where ho has ben spend
ing some days with his son, Mr. J. F.
Mr. Samuel Lilly and family have re-
turne.l from a visit to relatives at Loco
and other points.
Mr. E. B.- Williams and family, of
Pollocksvillft, were the guests of Mr. W.
W. Buck Saturday, visited friends at
CedRr Point Sunday and returned Mon
Mr. Bryan Buck and family are visit
ing Mr. Monroe Buck at Blades.
Mr. L. C. Carroll, of Newport, spent
Thursday night here after attending
the picnic and fbh fry in Onslow county.
He reportod a good sime.
We were pained to learn of the death
of Mrs. Annie Wynne, who formerly
Beaufort Wireless Station Struck
The Richmond Times Dispatch Of yes
terday contained the following special
from Beaufort : '
Lightning struck the naval wireless
telegraph station on Piver's Island at a
few hundred feet off from Beaufort.
The station consists of a small build-t
Ing containing an instrument anda mast
185 feet high, supporting the receiving
and transmitting wires. The lightning
struclf on the high masj during a severe
squall at 5:30 a. m. and burnt out most
of the instruments, both of the Western
Union outfits and of the wireless and
the telephone connections.
The Massie system of wireless tele
graphy was used.anda large number of
the instruments were of Westinghouse
make. No one was injured, although
Electrician Short had a narrow escape.
He remained at the receiver until five
minutes but ore the crash eame.
The first flash of the squ ill caused the
damage. Electrician J. il. Clause, of
the United States Navy, in in charge of
. Trade, Report.
Norfolk Aug. 18. Urailstrcet 8 says
for Richmond and vicinity:
Wholesale deiler in Hits A Caps have
commenced shipping for FU trade and
dealers in this line aiitii'ii-atc a good
season. The wholesale produce market
is not active owingto continued rams,
The tobacco market continued active;
nrices are trood. Collections n the
hardware and kindred line s show im.
Dfovements while in the grocery and
Produce line they Bre not good.
Thev Are Found In Every Part of
, New Bern.
Many citizens of New Bern have good
reason to be thankful for burdens lifted
from aching backs, which they bore
patiently for-years. Scores tell ahout
their exoerience publicly. ' Hera's a
case of it:
F. P. Avery, foreman at the A
N. C. R. R. shops, residing at 30 Graves
street, says: "I can recommend Doan's
KWne Pills which I obtained from
Bradham's Pharmacy. My back when
I would get up in the morning feltweak
end lame" and the use of Doan's Kidney
Pills relieved it. I have felt much bet
ter and stronger since 1 U3ed them. My
back was a "weak " spot and if I
caught cold it settled there and 1 seemed
to lose all use of it. Since using Doan's
Kidney Pills my back has not troubled
me one bit You can use my name Its
an endirser of Doan's Kidney Pills and
I will recommend them to anyone.
For Sule by b11 dealers. - Prlre 50
cents Foster-Milburn Co., Kutralo,
New York sole agents for the United
States. ' ' ' "' V '' - .
Remember the name, Dotn , and
take no other.
is one of woman's worst afflictions. It always leaves
you weaker, and is sure to shorten your life and maki
' your beauty fade. To stop pain take Wine of Cardui and
it will help to relieve your misery, regulate your func
tions, make you well, beautiful and strong. ;It is a re-,
liable remedy for dragging down pains, backache, head
ache, nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, dizziness,
fainting; spells, and similar troubles. A safe and efficient ,
medicine for all women's pains and sickness. " , , .
Mrs. J. L. Broadhead of
used Cardui for my disease, which was one peculiar to
women, and it has completely cured me."
AT ALL DRUG STORES, IN $1.00 BOTTLES
- . i
WRITE US A LETTER
descrlblnr fully all your symptoms
and we will send you Ffee Advice
In plain sealed envelope. Ladies'
Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
... .. ron "...
Every farmer should
have a copy of our
New Fall Catalogue
it (rives -best methods of seed-
iug aujifull information about
Crimson Clover .
Seed Oats, Rye
Barley, Seed Wheat
Glasses and Clovers
Descriptive Fall Catalogua
mailed free, and prices
. quoted on request. :
T. W. Wood & Sons,
Seedsmen, ' - Richmond, Va.
Our Trade Mark Brand Sod are the
mat and Viennese quuuiea onmuutuio.
THE BIG CLOCK.
For (lovernnient Building Now
Being Made Will Have
. Illuminated Dial.
The clgclt for the government build
ing for which an appropriation was so
cured by Congressman C. R. Thomas is
now being made. In a letter to Mr-
Thomas on trim subject supervis ng
architect Taylor says: ' "In reference
to the clock which it is proposed to
place on the postoflkeand custom hous
build ng at New Bern, N. C, and to
the request contained in your letter that
an illuminated dial he used, you are ad
vised that the proposals include this
feature." Drawings or uie clock are
in the possession of the custodian of
the building, Mr. D. W. Patrick.
At Galilee School.
The following is th program of S. S.
convention which will be held with the
school at Galilee Sept. 9th.
Scripture reading. - ' ,
Addrees T. W. Price.
Address Huldah Barrjngton. '
Address Charles Pipkin.
Recitation Mamie Gaskin '
Address Charlie Wayne. -Address
Konia Gaskin.) -Addret-B
W. H. Price.
Recitation Ruth Ernul.
Cicero Gaskin, President
Bessie Gas in, Secty.
Joliet Evening Herald. .
Blank cartiidges to protect the jail
i do3en't solve the lynching problem.
Longest Bridge Span.
Six miles above Quebec, near the
point where the St. Lawrence at low
water is somewhat less than 2,000 f et
wide, a cantilever bridge is being built
It is of the American pattern and steel.
As P.rooklyn Bridge had to yield the
pulm to the Forth Bridge in 1890, so
now the Forth must yield it to the
St. Lawrence. The central span of
the Canadian bridge is 1.800 feet long,
stretching almost from bsmk to bank.
The central suspended girder is 675
feet long and 130 feet deep at the cen
ter. The width of the anchor spans is
500 feet: of the approach spans, 210
feet Two tracks will carry the railroad
ruffle. - There will be roadways for
road and street-car trafilc So our Ca
nadian cousin are to have "the longest
bridge span in the world." "With the
Pronewion," Everybody's Magazine
l anativo Hroiap
tecs o Czl 1 i:i C::3 Day, Grh b Tv;o,
-Clanton, Ala. writesr"! have
1 ' ' '
Mr. Will rnlloivFor Sovrr
Years Con rioted :''
M Duffy 1V
Mr. Will Fuller has
sition as clerk in F: S.
acy which he has held
years and last nuht
home in Beaufort for
will than go to Not fr
been offered a po.-d'io
Urge and well know
Mr. Fu.ler is a i t.
and has mad a minv i
by his peo'-ril and r
They vviti livn a l.i ,;
eess in hu new position.
J, E. La'.iiam & Compan,
Coiton Letter ,r
Spscial to Journal:
3reensloro, N. C, Aug. ;
last we wrote the market has
great weukne.se, caused by n
tion of most excellent cro
To nviny .observers, the ou'
ii iered briliianb enough to vi
diction oi a crop record
size fcvery one must a -
large crop, beyond the wor
mert is in prospect, unless
unusual and unexpected hup
now. Prasnt quotations '
months will j jstify arou
planter. At the moment,
mill can bo found the. pr
for old cotton is aronrid
We continue we ha
two months to .advise
cotton on hand o sell
such an advantage. C.
Eastern Carolina are a!,
ever seen-but the produ
tiona not important in
great cotton States whe
are almcst perfect.
tops tb cough and
"Bob" Davis, a negro
at Greenwood S. C. Thr
Governor Heyward, wh
the scene that night u
the negro was turrou
by a mob intent upon
made an ineffectual a
the lynching, The m
exhortation, but dech
The borrower always, eecms t
ableto wear better clothes than
lender. , '
Fine blue fish
10 cts per pound at
A Sweet Home School in the Country
A beautiful grassy Uwn with many
shade trees, the center of a largo farm
over six hundred and Beventy foot
above the sea level, su-rounded by a
.... . . i - m .
rolling hill country wnn lunns, iorri
and streams such ia the home of the
Bingham School. A handsome cata
logue can secured free of cost by writ
ing Preston Lewis Gray, B. L.j Prin
cipal, Mebane, N. C.
' Time changes Ideas and conditions.
There's a lot of things which the up-lo-datM
young woman of today, docs which
are good for body and health. She takes
fHollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea
1 or Tablets. 35 cents, F. S. Duffy.