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I.iasL'She 1S78 - . "
i ki.;!bed la Two Sections, everj
Issil&y and Brlday, at Journal Build-
68-60 Craven Street.
CHARLES L. STIYENS,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
oracial - Paper of Nw Barn and
Craven County. :f
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New Bern, N. C. July, 25. 1911.
MISTAKES OF RAILROAD
Railroad companies too often
exaggerate their own importance
to the towns and cities to which
they render service. It is not that
railroads are not builders up, but
their work is far from being pure
ly philanthropic. No one asks
th,at it would be of the charity
kind, bat every : community de
mands that the railroad company
meet its obligations as a public
carrier, also that there are civic
duties and objigatious that rail
road companies are bound to ob
The local application of this is
to be seen in the Norfolk South-
eru and Atlantic Coast Line rail
roads which enjoy privileges of
this city, but are slow in meeting
their obligations on their side. It
is a big mistake for these two rail
roads to arouse local public senti
ment against them, when all they
need do is to meet their just ob
ligations to this city. No city of
its size is so well paved as New
Bern. Its business and residential
streets are the pride of this com
munity and the admiration of
visitors. And yet with these
street improvements on the part
of the city, the two streets lead
ing into this city over which
visitors coming and going must
estimate New Bern are in utter
contrast with the rest of New
Bern streets. These streets which
the railroad companys are in obli
gation to keap in, order, equal to
the other streets of this city, Han
cock and Queen streets are nearly
impassable for vehicle traffic, a
succession of ponds in rainy weath
er, and dust beds in dry weather,
with a dust laden air that makes
the houses along the railroads al
most uninhabitable, caused by pas
sing trains and wagons. Both of
these streets are thoroughfares for
the passenger and freight business
of these two railroads. They are
railroad street1) in every sense, and
yet for months both railroad com-
panyies have kept musing to live
up to their obligations and seem
ingly must be forced through a
court to pave their streets, and so
fulfill their duty. All this is a
mistake on the part of the railroad
people. They seek business here.
They ask for this and that con
cession, and yet when it comes to
living up to Iheirside, they resist
to the last extremity. Railroads
have fought communities . before
this, but what have they gained t
They always lose their cases, and
worse, they create a pnblic senti
ment that will ever be ready to
antagonize them in the future,
and this is something that every
i ailroad and can avoid. ;.
DEMOCRATIC DENIAL OF EL
The attempt to fasten some po
litical irregularity upon Senator
Simmons, as regards his vote on
lumber, has placed be State Dem
ocratic party in an equivocal posi
tion before the voters. The denial
of the lumber circular having been
i : sued at all has Moused undispu
t 1 testimony on all sidcj that
: Ha document was both issued
1 was used effuclivcly in the dis
' ' ' i where its force was intended
! j f it. Thus the Hllcr circular
I ( tablished as to its-, authen-
r 1 that Henator Simmons
: of a number of Pomo
' i ( :; !--yp,l tit is circular
1 ( i in the (Mmpaijn,
, ' i .' ' r i
h v.ss?i:rTnii mm
The Kind You Have Always
. in use for over SO years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good' are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiments,
What is CASTORIA
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops ami Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach ;vnd.l5M els, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THC CENTAUR COMPANY, 1 MURRAY STRCCT, NEW YORK CITY.
the Democratic party! Is it to be
construed as a sop to the lumber
people, to secure their votes for the
State Democratic ticket knowing
that these same votes would go to
the National Republican ticket,
anywayt Or was it as Senator
Simmons and other Democrats ex
plain, a Democratic refusal to
place lumber on the free list, when
articles entering into its manufact
ure were continued under the Ding
ley protective tariff?
The mistake was made in dis
crediting the genuineness of the
Ellar circular in any particular. It
was written and issued to serve
certain Democratic party interests
and no particular party man. It
carried its purpose and altogether
was simply a party measure to
protect the State Democratic party
and to enable its representatives
then to be elected to protect the
home interests of their people
through national legislation at
Washington. The bluuder of the
Eller circular, if any one so re
gards it, as being an issue today,
is upon the State Democratic par
ty, not ou Senator Simmons orany
North Carolina Senator or Con
gressman who made it a campaign
document in 190S or 1909.
$100 REWARD, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that thfre is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to care in nil its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being , a
constitutional diseaso, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken Interna'ly, acting direct
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the
foundational the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in do
ing its work. The proprietors have so
much faith in its curat ivw powera that
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
lor any case that it fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonial. Address,
P. J. CHENEY & CO.,ToIedo, O.
Sold by all Drupgists, 75c.
' Take Hall's Family Pills for con
Bulldogs and Bulla,
Bulldog la so called because of his
native antipathy to the bull. 1 A thor
oughbred bull pup as young aa six !
months the first time be beholds a
bull will run at the head, which la bla
Invariable point of attack, and, seiz
ing the horned beast by the Up, tongue
or eye, bang on despite every attempt
to detach hlin. Jlie dog will even suf
fer himself to be killed or dismember
ed rather than relax hla hold. New
Women tf the highest type,
women of superior education and
refinement, whose discernment
and judgment give weight and
force to their opinions, highly
praise the wonderful corrective
as J curative properties of Cham
Lerk'ii's Stomach and Liver Tab
Lti. Hror;l.ot:t the many stages
cf wcrra'a L'e, from girlhood,
'.' ; .' l!.s cruris cf mother
I !ht" ? t!it!!j j tars, there
!-.): . r r "e r
Bought, and which has been
has borne the .signature of
been made under his per-
supervision since its infancy.
A Paris contemporary gives us a
glimpse of the administration of Jus
tice among the nntlves in the Lower
Niger territory, which for Us efficacy
uiigh be compared with Swift's ac
count of the means adopted by Judi
cial authorities In Lnputu, we believe,
to discover conspirators. If "a native.
Is accused of theft the heads of the
village make a decoction of herbs and
put Into the essence ubout a grain of
ground pepper. The liquid Is then
lightly applied to the eyelid. If the
suspect weeps he Is considered guilty.
But the murder test Is an Improve
ment upon that of theft. The "wise
man" of the district draws a vessel of
water, Into which he puts some poison.
Then he takes a cow's tall and "as
lHrges" the eyes of the supposed as
sassin, if the man becomes blind be
Is pronounced a murderer.
Right in your busiest season when
you have the least time to spare you
are most likely to take diarrhoea and
lose several days' time unless you have
Lhamheriain s Uolie, (;hoiera and Diar
rhoea Remedy at and and take adose.
on the first appearance of the disease
For sale by all dealers.
The investigation into the affairs of
the American Smelting and Refinirg
Company at New York was dropped;
General' Bate's Unlighted Cigars.
Geueral William 15. Bate of Tennes
see after distinguished service in be
half of the south was governor and
then United Stntos senator. Ills brav
ery In battle was attested by a dozea
wounds, aud in a single engagement
three horses were shot from under
"It was a habit of the old warrior,"
said a man who knew him well, "'to
continually carry an unlighted cigar
In his mouth, but few of those who
noticed it ever knew the reason of his
failure to smoke the weed. At the
bnttle of Shlloh be and a brother were
standing side by Bide when the broth
er asked General Bate for a light, as
he had a cigar, but no match. The
general lit a match and banded It to
bis kinsman, who had scarcely applied
It to the tobacco ere a cannon ball
came hurtling through the air and
severed the smoker's bead from!. hi
body. The terrible tragedy of Shlloh'a
bloody field was wbyjru all the year
that followed the surviving brother
was never known to light a cigar."
HAPPIEST GIRL IN LINCOLN.
a Liincuin, lieu., gin writea. 1 nao
been ailing for some time with chronic
constipation and atnmrh trnnhlA. I ha.
gan taking Chamberlain'! Stomach
ana iver lanicta ana in uiree days 1
was able to be up and got better right
along. I am the proudest girl in Lin
coln to find Much a irnnd mod if inn " KVir
sale by all dealers.
- fttt Veraus tha Pen.
In speaking of personal recollections
of Dion IJouclcault, Henry : Miller
dwells upon bis superb aklll as a stage
director and tells of the following in
cident, which occurred during hi first
rehearsal under Bouclcault:
"I want to him direct from Angus
tin Daly's management Daly coach
ed bis players to cross and recross the
stage during the progress of the play,
with the idea that this continual mov
ing about of the actors created dra
matic action. During my first rehears
al I inude a 'Daly cross' aa I spoke one
of my Hues. ' '
" 'Why did you do that T. Bouclcault
asked In his quaint, quizzical manner!
"I explained that 1 lmuglned it would
keep the scene moving.
"'Thanks, my loy, said Bouclcault
dryly, 'but If I cannot interest the au
dience1 with my pea 1 don't think you
can with rour feet "
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS IS THE
rRICE OF PEACE. ,
The terrihle itching and smarting, in-
cU- nt to r'Ttain hUiii (I, .., n g.
r. -., t i; .'mi '; I yi ' I I" . : t
Many Machines ' and Processes!
Used In Us Making.
ART IN FORGING THE BLADES.
To Baobma an Adapt In ths Daiicats
. Work of Tampering Edg Steel Ne
cassitatas a Long Court of Training
and Year of Exparianct.
The labor of making a pocketkntfe
Is, as usual In every industry that is
carried on by the'ald of a great deal of
machinery, much, divided. Each blado
must go through six separate proc
esses first, forging; second, laying
on the "tangs,'' that part which is in
serted Into the handle and through
which the blade la riveted; third,
marking or stamping with t be name
of the manufacturer;, fourth, "choll
lng," or filing a depression in the neck
of the blade between the sharp edge
and the heavier part or "tang;" fifth,
tempering; sixth; grinding. -
All 'this applies to the two ordinary
blades of a knife. Nail blades are sub
jected to still another process namely,,
the cutting of the file, which is a de
partment of work in Itself.
Should wa Inspect the material room
of a kulfe manufactory we should Cud
heavy Iron presses, which stamp out
from' sheets of brass or iron the metal
.scales and lining. The bright tips on
the end of the knife, called "bolsters,"
are pressed out of German silver un
der another heavy weight, which does
Its work In one blow. Huge shears cut
from sheets of steel, used only for this
purpose, long strips that are afterward
fashioned under a press into springs
for the back of the knife.
The rod of steel from which the
blades are made is taken from the ma
terial room to the forge. Here one end
Is put Into a bed of hot coals, the bel
lows are pumped, and the end is soon
The skilled forger then hammers, the
blade into shape upon bis nnvil, and
so accurate is hla eye and so exact his
band that the blade does not deviate
a hair's breadth from the little brass
pattern that Is before bim and to
which each blade must correspond ex
actly. The blade is next dipped in wntcr
and becomes as hard and brittle as
glass. But the edges are rough. H is
nearly uniform in thickness and is a
light gray lu color.
Agulu the forger's skill is brought
Into play in the tempering. Laying
the blades on a copper plate over the
fire, he watches them as they cunnpo
their hue with the degree of beat, first
to straw color, then to darker straw
and now to the dark purple which de
notes that the proper degree of heut
has been obtained. They are plunged
Into cold water aa fast as they reach
If the blades were allowed to remain
longer over the fire the steel would
Change to a light blue and become so
soft that the blades could be bent
easily. This is perhaps the most im
portant process In the manufacture.
The blades are taken next, to tbe
grinding room. The grinder must also
depend upon the accuracy of his eye
and the training of his hand, for as be
presses the blade on the rapidly re
volving stone, turning it on both sides
and grinding all its edges, he prac
tically finishes it, though afterward, in
the cutler'a room, a higher finish Is
From the "wheel room" the blades
go to the cutler's 'room, where 4 hey
find the other parts of the knife and
where all the parts are put together.
Each workman here is at work upon
a particular lot of knives, all of one
pattern. Cpou bis work bench are the
various parts of the knives, prepared
by other bands the center scales that
separate the blades, the outer brass
scales of lining, with the German sil
ver bolsters, which have been secured
to the ends by a heavy drop bamnicr;
the wood, ivory or pearl scales, the
springs and the wire rivets.
' Each brass lining, with its covering.
Is put In a vise, and boles are drilled
In It for the rivets. A brass wire is
thrust through the middle of the han
dle toward the back. This secures the
spring,'" and It is then broken off with
nippers and headed down with a bain
mer. This holds the scales and springs.
Another rivet through the bolster no
cures one blade or two blades if the
knife has more than one blade bung
at each end. . ; ;
The several parts are now put to
gether. The next process Is "hnftlng"
or finishing the covers of the bnndle,
which Is done on a leather wheel coat
ed wltb glue and emery. The rough
edges are rounded and smoothed, find
then the knives are carefully examin
ed to see If the' cutler has done bis
If the spring works easily and the
blades close without striking ; tho
knives are sent to the blade polisher.
On a wooden wheel covered with
fine leather the ordinary blade nre
given a polish called a "glaze finish."
Finer grades of knives are given n
"crocus finish a mirror-like surface
on a leather wheel which revolves
very slowly, In order that the blades
shall not become heated and lo their
temper - .. . .- (
; The knives are now taken to another
room, where, on an oilstone, the keen
cutting edges are "set" This done,
the blades are closed, and tho "Im.T
Ing wheel" aires the finul polish to the
outer side. Philadelphia Record.
That endless book", the newspaper,
to our national glory. - Henry Ward
Beecher. i . ; '
Hr Tact .
Howard Did she refuse you, nM
man? Coward Well, In a delicate, ln
llrect way. She told me she never
wanted anything she could get easily.
Darner's Bazar. .
Fixed, to no spot Is hnpplno-is. 'T'.s
nowhere to be found or every vihero..-rope.
Cur Colored Subscriksrs
NORTH HARLOWE NOTES.
Craven county,' July 19 A large
deletion from Pilgrims Rest Church,
headed by Deacons C. A. McCabu and
Sunday to organize a new church, Which
ia the first of the Christian Disciple
denomination in that town. " The tiip
was made on the launches of Capts R.
T.'Tilden and J. D. Loftuv through
the l4cwtCanargoing and the old canal
returning. The day was spent pleasant
ly, not only on the journey but the good
Si'nnons listened to were very edifying.
Tim name of of the new church is
"Christiun Star.' After the morning
sermon, Deacons McCabe and Stamps
were requested to lift the collection to
where there was a liberal response. A
good collection was also taken up at
the night service; after a powerful
sermon by Rev. W. ' C,' Miller whose
text was "Where Art Thou?" Rev. J.
H, Smith responded,
Ther'o will be quarterly meeting at
Pilgrims Rest Church the fourth Sab-
bath In July, 23rd. We are anticipat-
1 ing a happy occasion.
This whole community sympathises
with Messrs, J. S, and J. A. Morton in
the loss of their buildings by fire a few
days ago. It is a loss felt by all in this
sectiom The Mortons do about all the
ni n antile and other business of this
section and we hope they will soon he
able to rebuild ' ,
Cliildreji Cry ,
Henry Clay Beatte, Jr., was arres -
vA in Richmond on BUspiciun, charged
wi:h murdering his wife, and his
c. hi -in. Paul Beattie, attempted sui-
RAVES TWO LIVES, .
"Neither my fcister nor myself might
ne iivmtr toilay, it it had not teen for
Dr. K.ingr s Nhw Discovery "writes A;
1). McDonald of lavetteville. N. C. R.
F. D. No, 8, "for we both had fright
iul c.oukIis' that no other remedy could
help, wa were to'd my sister had con
sumption. Sim was very weakjind had
night sweats hut your wonderful medi
cine completely cured us both. It's the
best I ever used or heard of." For
sere lungs, coughs, colds, hemorrhage,
lagrippp, asthma, hay ftver, croup,
whoopun; cough, all bronchial trou
bles, its supieme. Trial bottle free.
5()c and $1.(K) Guaranteed by all drug
The Timid One.
An ofiicpr in the nruiy, notijd for Ms
bravery, laughed ut a timid woman be
cause she was nlarined at the noiso
of a caiiuon when a salute was fired.
The- brave officer subsequently- mar
rlnl tlutt timid woman, and ' six
month's nfterward he took off bis boots
1n the hall ' when ho came In late, at
liif iu. London Telegraph. '. .
DEATH IN ROARING FIRE.
May not result from the work of fire
bug , but olteu severe burns are'eau-ed
t!;it. iniikij a quick need for Bucklen's
j Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest cure
Ik.- tiurns, wnimosi hrulses, bolls.soree,
ii sulitliies ii.fbirr.mation. It kills pain.
U Dout'ies and, heals. Drives off skin
ern pi ions, uicers or pile a. unly zoc at
all dealers. , - ,
Ons Way to Arbitrate.
Coininodu;e Vunderbllt used often to
arbitrate his tciinnts' disputes, and one
day two farmers called on him In his
function or arbitrator. The commo-
doro lH'foro consenting to act. put .to
tho first tonnnt the necessary question:
"Now, Ileiiry, If I consent to arbi
trate, wijl you abide by niy decision?"
, The farinei'ra hard headed old fel
low, answered thoughtfully;
"Weil, commodore, I'd like to know
what It in first"
piOhVES A DEEP MYSTERY.
"1 want to thank you from the bet'
ton i of my tent, " wrote C B Rader, of
I-wishurjjf, W. Ya., "for the: wonder
ful d'Mibl'j buiefit I got from Electric
Lptur?, in curing me of both s severe
case of stomach trouble and of rheuma
tism, from which 1 had been an almost
helpless sufferer for ten years. It auit
cd toy enw as though made just ' for
me." For dyspepsia, indigestion, jaun
dice and to rid the system of kidney
foison that caupea rheumatism, Elec
ric Hitters has no equal, Try them.
Every hot t'e is guaranteed to satisfy.
Only DOc at all druggists. . . -
King George of England gave Prem
ier Ai-quiiti his-promise to appoint as
many- now peers ns will be necessary to
psaS the Veto bill. ...
, OLD SOLDIER TORTURED,
"For years 1 "suffered unspeakable
torture Irnm indigestion, constipation
and liver trouble, wrote A. K. Smith,
a war Veteran at Erie, Pa. "but Dr.
King's New Life Pills fixed me all
right. They're simply great." Try
ihcm for. any stomach, I'ver or kidney
troublo. Only 25c at all dealers.
Itig combinations will be split up into
H 'p.'imtt! and distinct parts, raid Attor
ney General Wickeraham it' a speech at
Hancock, Mich, . . ."
GULLIED THE GLUS
A London Duelist Who' Forced His
Way Into Brooks'. '
VETOED HIS OWN REJECTION.
After Having Bsen Balloted For and
' Unanimously . Blackballed He Mad
.Every Mamber Dny His Vote and
.-Than Declared, Himself Elected.
. It was a witty bishop who once de
fined a club as a place "where women
cease from troubling and the, weary
are at rest" ; Another amusing defini
tion was that given ; by George Au
gustus Sola. '"A club,1 said be, "is a
weapon used by savages to keep the
white woman at a distance. Nowa
days, ' however,- as ; Ralph Nevlll re
marks in his book, "Indon Clubs,"
things are different "Within the last
twenty-five years or so the Rplrlt of
Loudou club life has entirely changed.
The old, fashioned - clubman,' whose
whole life was bound op with one or
other of these Institutions,' is now
practically ejtlnct" "; X ; ' ' 1
; Perhaps the ; most : striking 'story
which - Mr. - Nevlll tells regarding
Brooks' club is that concerning, the
famous duelist, George Robert Fltz-
geraldr who was executed for murder
in 1780. No -first class London' club
would admit him. . His name does not
appear in the club list though he must
In a sort of way be regarded as having
belonged to the club. He was, haw
everj In It only once, tllfrugh It was Ills
boast that he had been unanimously
chosen a member.
Owing to Fitzgerald's well ,-knowo
dueling propensities : no : first '' class
London club would admit him. Never
theless be got Admiral Keith Stewart
who knew that be must fight Fitz
gerald or comply, to propose him for
Brooks'. ;' " " , . . -. ,
Accordingly the duelist went with
the admiral on the day of the election
to the clubhouse and waited down
fit n Irs while the ballot was in progress.
The result.- n foregone conclusion,
was unfavorable to the candidate, not
even one white ball being among the
black, the udmlral having been among
the first to deposit his. Mr. Brooks
eventually went to tell Fitzgerald, who
was watting In the hall, that there
was one black ball and that therefore
bis candidature had failed. ...
Thrusting aside Brooks, who pro
tested that nonmembers might not en
ter the clubrooms, Fitzgerald new up
stairs and entered the room. Walk
ing up to the fireplace, he thus ad
dressed Admiral Stewart' :
"So, vaf dear admiral, Mr. Brooks In
forms me that I have been elected
"You- have been balloted for, Mr.
Fitzgerald, but 1 am sorry to say you
have not been chosen." said Stewart.
'Well, then." replied the duellflt. "did
you blackball mer -
"My good sir," nnswered the admiral,
"how could you suppose sucb a thing?"
"Oh. I supposed no sucb thing, my
dear fellow. I only want to know who
it wns that dropped the black ball In
"by accident, as it were." .
Fitzgerald now went up to each In
dividual member and put the same
question to all In turn. "Did you black
ball me, Rlr?"'untll be made the round
of the whole club, and lu each case he
received a reply similar to that of the
admiral: .- '
W)ien he had finished his lnvestlga
tlons be thus addressed tbe whole
body: "Ton see. gentlemen, that as
none ot you have blackballed me 1
must be elected. It is Mr. Brooks who
has made the mistake." - -'
After this nothing more was said by
the members, who determined to Ig
nore the presence of tbelr dangerous
visitor, who drauk three bottles of
champagne In enforced. slleucf. for no
one would answer him when lie spoke.
When he hud gone It wns agreed
"that , half n dozen stout constables
should be In waiting the next evening
to bear hint off to the watch house If
he attempted again to Intrude, but
Mr. Fitzgerald, aware probably of the
reception be might get, never did." 1
. Apropos of blackballing, Mr. Nevlll
mentions , tbe greatest Instance of
blackballing - probably ever known,
which took place some years ago at a
ladles" clubr where one. candidate 're
ceived three more black balls than tbe
number of members present a case
of excessive teal indeed!
The practical joker Is naturally not
nnknowD In the most solemn of clubs.
and "some Irrepressible jokers have
paid for tbelr love of fun by' having
to resign their membership. One of
them, whose escapades were notorious
In loudon twenty years ago, sitting
half asleep in a certain boh.emlno
club, became annoyed at a very red
beaded, waiter who kept buzzing about
his chair. , The sight of tbe fiery looks
was eventually too much for this
wild spirit, and. darting up and seiz
ing the man. be emptied a bottle of
black Ink over his bead before he
could' escupe. Tbe result of course,
was expulsion from tbe club, besides
which very substantial compensation
was rightly paid to the waiter."
. Bailee. -
"The Impudence of that young broth
er of miner exclaimed Mrs. Nsgger.
"He just told me I wis no chicken
when I married you."
"Well," replied her unsympathetic
husband, "that's true enough. You
weren't a chicken, were yon 7".
"No; 1 was a goose." Philadelphia
. No wise man ever wished to he
younger. Swift t
HELP FOR THOSE WHO HAVE
After doctoring for about t five yean
for a bad stomach trouble, and s end
ing nearly five hundred dollar!! for med
icine and doctors' fees, I purciihsed my
wife one bx (f Chamber bun's Ktomnch
snd Liver Tablets, v hi. h (ii.l lier bo
much good (hut si. a c-ntinned to Uue
Iheoi, in I tl.ey .nv9 v ' 1- r more
- "I t : r. .ft i ... I 1 - m
1 Small Country Haras,
English Cured Shoulders,
Boneless, Breakfast Strips,
Sugar Cured Hams, Chip
Beef ia cans and glass jars,
Sliced Bacon in 1 lb. jars
only 30c , Fresh Catawba
Gem Print Butter 34c, Wal
ter Bakers Chocolate 17Jc, ,
large cake, small cake 9c,
Eagle Milk 15c, can, Nice
lot Adams Creek Cabbage
urown without fertilizer,
small but have the right
flavor, Full stock Staple
and Fancy Groceries. ,
YOURS FOR CASH ONLY
J. L. McDaniel
.41 Middle St. . : Phone 91
' v 'AND v
lew stork, I. C
Prescriptions V from all
physicians, Quickly and Ac
curately filled. ,
Also a full line of Choice
Toilet articles. -
A BOARD FENCK
should be built of our jumber if you
wish it to stand hard and ' Ion 5 usage
All of our lumber is clear and straight
grained. It ia the ' "
KIND OF LUMBER
that men who are keen judges of quality
insist upon getting. No matter what
yon hive to build, if it's to be construct-
ed of lumber 1 lace your opler for the .
materials with us and save money. ,
6 OUR GRADES
are strictly up to association inspection
and our service can't be beat Because, .
we are strictly Reta lers our timeis de
voted .to jour wants. No matter what
you want if you are building, we hays"
it , ; '
Iota luiiir S.Llfg. Go.
129 E. Front St. New Bern, N. C.
Lumber Yard, Woodworking Plant and
Big Mammoth Soja Beans,
Oats, Hay, Cron, Brand,
Ship Stuff, Beet Pulp, Dis-;
tillers Grain, which is the
highest ia PrctciJs cfar.y
feed sc!J on this market,
end produces milk ia caa-'