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raJslhsheel to Two Bectlona, even
Taeaday ana" Friday, at Journal BulleV
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EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ,
. Official Paper of New Ban aai
Craven County. ''
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1 ONLT IN ADVANCE.
Th Journal Is oaly taut on pay-ln-dvanca
basis. Subocriben will r
teive notica of expiration of their eub
ecrtpttona and an Immediate response
V notice wO oe appreciated by the
Advertising rates furnished npon
. application at the office, or npoa In
quire by maT
imtered at the Poatofflce, New Bern.
N. C, a a second-class matter. '
New Bern, N. C. September, 26, 191L
IS THE CHUBCH WITHOUT
In Mansey's Magazine, an arti
cle ' quotes a gentleman styling
himself the Rev. Moses Breeae, as
having most dolorous views re
garding the unbusinesslike meth
ods of the churches.
"It the average business man ran bis
business aa the average church is ran,"
says the gentleman, "he would land on
the financial scrapheap,
V It might be asked does not every
church have the best business men
among its members In charge of
the church's financial affairs 1
Therefore it is just to presume thr.t
the average church has its affairs
pretty ably conducted, hence so
few churches ever reach the Rev.
Again says Bev. Moses Breeze,
"One great proof to me that the church
is divine is that it stays on earth and
does business with so little business
ability in it; if God were not in it, it
would have gone bankrupt long ago.'1
It may be presumptuous for the
secular press to take issue with
the above statement. But there
is an illogical mixture of the divine
and hnman, as though the age of
miracles was still here, and that
men and women were church
members without christian faith
that not only upholds church
members, but commands the atten
tion of a great part of the world
that is not communicants with the
church, but who give to its sup
It is really all business and all
method with the conduct of church
affairs, today. Millions of dol
lare, annually, are voluntarily
contributed to its support and
its financial forces comprise the
genius and ability among , men,
'Women, and for that matter the
youth, No other human organi
zation is more carefully managed
or conducted with the loss of so
few dollars. Without material
resources producing a definite in
come, the church nevertheless
feels no sense of impendiug bank
ruptcy, or that its earthly tenure
hangs alone upon miraculous and
divine interference to save it from
the human scrap heap.
V: ;,;; : ji
THE CANADIAN EE- ,
' PULSE OF RECIPEOCITY
. The Canadian vote against reci
procity is decisive enough in its
majority to satisfy those on both
sides of the line, what the Canadi
an sentiment is as regards ' this
measure. The Journal has not ex
pectly.a different vote, though the
annexation bogey had a good deal
-to do in increasing the majority. !'
Outside the interests to be di
rected affected by trade that would
follow the proposed reciprocal
agreement- between , the United
States and Canada, there was no
thing positively certain as to what
would follow such an agreement
The possible political benefits that
might accrue, has made Republi
can and Democrat, alike,' fear to
take sides on the measure, because
of what might result if Canada vo
ted favorably for the American
project. The Laurier government,
that has been given fifteen years
of rule, will go out next month,
whan Parliament assembles. It
has given a splendid administra
tion, mid leaves with a record t
X o ruviel. ' . . . . ';
TI.c Canadian repulse of the r
j ily measure pr-s reportl '
, r-;'.'ct.i tie tl.u'-'.i
.. v '.t r, w..'' -i "
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
In use for over 30 years, has
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-ns-good" are but 1
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is IMcasaut. It
. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee, it destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhea and Wisul
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, euros Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy ami natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS-
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Yetrs
THC CINTAUK COMPANY, T' M'JRTAY STRtlT. r YORK CITY.
gent person held for a moment as
a possibility. A closer solution
will likely be found among the
mercantile and trade interests,
who prefer for commercial reasons
the purely imaginary trade bouu
dary that now exists between
the countries, to a favored trade
agreement for a few interests and
ameasure that would unsettle pres
ent relations in more lines than the
agreement would help.
The argument that this recipro
cal agreement was a move towards
an alleviation in the present high
cost of living cannot hi proven.
The reciprocal agreemeut as pro
posed was a politicalnot an actu
al economic measure. It was a
political sop, an attempt to dis
tract the consumers attention from
real conditions that there is an
overburdening tariff upon him and
his fellows, which must be re
moved in its entirety if there is
to be relief from the present high
cost of living that overshadows the
whole world at the present time.
That trade is likely to suffer be
cause reciprocity is voted down, is
merely an assumption. There is
nothing to indicate a change from
the vote, that means less friend
ship or less trade between the two
BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CA
TARRH THAT CONTAIN
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
tha mucous surface. Such articles
should never be used except on pres
criptions from reputable physicians, as
wa aamage vney win ao w ten ioia 10
the good you can possibly derive from
them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo,
0., contains no mercury, and is taken
Internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucons surface of the sys
tem. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure
be sure you get the genuine, it is ta
ken internally and made in Toledo,
Ohio, by F, J. Cheney & Co. Testi
Sold by DruzzMts. Price. 75c. per
Take Hall's Family Pills for Constipa
tion. , . ' ... ; - - ,- , ;-
Didn't Want to Impo.
An Irishman 1ras walking along a
dusty rood with a bag on his back
when he was overtaken by a cart the
driver of which offered - him a lift.
Thanks," said the Irishman, tie got
in, bat did not take the bag off his
back. "Wont jou pat down your bag,
atrr asked the driver. "Well," said
toe Irishman, "l don't like to Impose
on your good nature. Ton are giving
ma a ride, bat 1 will arry the bag."
Womei ( tU highest type,
womei of superior cdWalioa and
refisearxt, whose !lscernm:at
tzi juiJaect girt weight Mil
fartt to tielr opinions, highly
pnlca tia vosierfd corrective
tzl czrz'Jre prcperJei of Qua
I Vsn-sciazJ LiTerTtb
! ''j. V. :: ' : J t-1 r.sry s!i jts
ax."-: z I.-ca f-a'S3J,
i t 5 erJr's cf r..:,...rr-
borne 'the signuturo of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its Infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you In this.
Men Who Cry on tho Street.
"I was stainlinr i i tlu slroet cornel
watt tux fur :n said a caller at the
Lieacowss bnim- iii riiit-uK, "and 1
saw a man tvaibbn-. .-iluns; with bowed
hcail. iryiii;:! N.. lie had not been
drinking. 1U' it .'..I'd lilic a respectable
wm'kiutMiiaii "f miililli' ac 1 wanted
to sneak to liiin. lull-1 didn't. What
do you fmosi' was Use matter?"
The doacmii ss whom he was addressing-
said nothing, but she knew why
some "respectable middle aged den'
walk the city streets mine. Visions
rose before her: .V man who had just
visited bis boy. In jail for stealing n
man who has been hunting- work for
three weeks and "lest out" every time,
till the dearly bued wife and baby nt
home wore literally starving a man
who had just had a flashlight of his
own degradation and was comparing
It With the innocence of the clean
hearted lad that used to cuddle intn
his mother's lap. Tho men go weeping
along the streets sometimes, but often
er far they go too dead at heart to
weep. Christian Herald.
The Panama Canal Zone was placed
in the Eastern division of the army.
GOOD FOR BILIOUSNESS.
"I took two of Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets last niirht. and I
feel fifty per cent better than 1 have
for weeks, says J. J. Hrestune, of Al
legan. Mich "They are certainly I
fine article for biliousness." For sale
by all dealers. Samples free.
Verifying Hi Statement.
Old Mr. and Airs. .Smiley were giving
their annual party, and Mr. Smiley
was making his usual speech.
"For1 forty years have uiy good wife
and I traveled hand in band down life's
thorny path," be said. "In all those
years not ono slugle harsh, hasty, un
kind word has passed our lips. Isn't
that true, mother?"
"Mother" had quietly fallen asleep
on the sofa, ard as he laid his hand
caressingly on her shoulder she snorted
defiantly and said sharply:
"Get up yourself and light the Are,
Sam. I lit It last, and I'll see you far
enough before I'll do It this morning,
yon Oh, oh, 11 -why, I must have
dropped off to sleepl"
"And I think you'd better have
stayed asleep. Lily," hissed Samuel
Into her ea r London Tit-Bits. '
ATTACKS SCHOOL PRINCIPAL.'.
A severe attack on school principal.
Chas. B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ga. is thus
told by him. . "for more than three
years," be writes,"! RiiiTer d indescrib
able torture from rheumatism, liver
and stomach trouble and diseased kid
neys. All remedies failed till I used
Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this
wonderful remedy cured me complete
ly." Such results are common. Thous
ands bless them for curing stomach
trouble, biliousness, and tor new health
and vigor. Try them. Only Cue at all
Orugists. " (
What Rhymes With BabeT :
A common English word for which
there is ouly one rhyme- Is "bnt,"
and It was Swinburne who used tt
wth exquisite appropriateness In A
Rhyme:! " '
Dnba, If rhyme be none - .'
4 For that weel small word
, Bab, tho wetet on
Ever heard, (-
Right tt 1 and moot .
' ' Khyrn fthould keep not true
Time with such a sweat
: Thing a you.
" i ' : ' ' ' ' '
Vovo alon. with yearning
; Heart for sstroliib.
Take th sun's height, burolaf
O'er tbe babe.
"Silence" Is another word bel&4 of
poets that has no rhyme. Mr Brown
ing went to the Tery limit of her 'ms
ftim fur assonance when she rbuied
it with "Islands!"-- ' i
Masmcimctti Prohibitionists "ncorcd
I r- ! - tit Tuft and Siwretary of Agri-
'',.,' tt fur hMuArii'i' their names
i a I )' i ,
PERFECT STEEL BALLS.;
Have Never Yet Been
ttyen In the Laboratory. .
One of the needs ot the day la a
perfectly spherical steel ball, and yet
It has never been made even hi the
laboratory, much less In the shop for
commercial uses. When we consider
the Importance of ball bearings for au
tomobiles, motorcycles and other ma
chinery the imperfections la steel bails
must appeal to all aa ot the greatest
moment Ot course we make pretty
good steel balls, which could not have
been manufactured a few years ago.
So tar as the eye can discern, they ara
perfectly spherical, too, and ordlnoy
measuring Instrument will not Vb ahi
to detect any difference m them, bot
nevertheless they are tutt perfectly
A steel ball tee automobile bearings
must be perfect within .0001 inch, and
they are apjMle even more perfect than
this, but Mathematical perfection In
this respect aeema to be almost aa Il
lusive as squaring the circle or discov
ering the perpetual motion machine.
Whenith steel ball waa first used In
the bearings of bicycle It waa a very
Imperfect sphere. It waa not called
upon to bear any great load, and the
Telocity was not great At the best
the load on It was not more than 200
pounds, and at the rate of sixty miles
an hour the revolutions were not more
than 720 per minute. Compare that
with the load and velocity of the mod
ern ball bearings of automobiles. Fre
quently the load approximates a thou
sand pounds and the velocity is any
where from 800 to 1,200 revolutions.
The small steel balls must take the
maximum load of the car and pass It
on to others without binding or catch
ing. A slight Imperfection in any one
ball wonld cause trouble. In fact, It
Is Impossible to use balls with any ap
preciable variation In size from one
another, and the more nearly round
they ore the better the results.
Steel balls are not only made more
perfect In shape than ever before, bnt
they are harder and tougher. Aa
there is a tendency to flake, only spe
cial steels can be used in their manu
facture, and these tough, hard steels
are all the more difficult to work with
to secure perfect roundness. The
chrome steel, of which most balls for
bearings are made. Is one of the most
difficult of steels to cut or shape, and
the work of handling It has developed
special tools and machines made of
even hard material.
While w have not yet made the
perfectly spherical steel ball and per
haps may never succeed, the point of
perfection reached Is little short of
wonderful. The approximately per
fect steel ball Is a matter of vital Im
port a dee wherever machines and ma
chinery are made and used. The ap
plication of the ball bearing system
Is extended to new lines of Industrial
use each year, and builders of all
kinds of apparatus are taking advan
tage of the perfection reached by tbe
manufacturers of these little spheres
of tough steel Harper's Weekly,
Dancing In Washington's Days.
It was a dancing age. None was too
old or too dignified to Join In the pas
time. We have it on the authority of
General Greene that on one occasion
Washington danced for three hours
without once sitting down. Patrick
Henry would close the doors of his of
fice to betake himself to dancing or
fiddling, and Jefferson dearly loved to
"rosin" his bow for a merry Jig. The
story is told of him that once when
away from home he received news of
the burning of his father's bouse.
"Did you save any of my books?' be
asked of the slave who brought him
the tidings. "No, massa," answered
the negro, "but we saved the fiddle."
Maud Wilder Goodwin in "The Colo
Tan Out of Five.
It wm In an Ideal seacoast town of
Maine, to which they bad fled for a
lazy two weeks, that they found him.
one of those "natives" with a large
stock of undeveloped wit
They were ont gunning with the na
tive as their guide. A flock of five
birds flew over. Raising his gun. he
took aim and fired.; All five fell to the
earth, and they were loud In their
praises of his skill.
"That j ain't nothlnT said he con
temptuously. "If I'd hed my other
gun along I'd 'a' done better than
that" Metropolitan Magazine. ,
Arrow and Big Guns.
In the! days of mailed knights and
battleaxs there was safety at a dis
tance of 40Q yards. That was about
as far as the best archers could shoot
an arrow. ' Neade, a famous archer
under Charles I., states that the ordi
nary range of the- bow was fct ween
320 and 400 yards, though tt Is oa rec
ord that one man was shot a distance
of 403 yard with the wind. Compared
with this is tbe latest naval gun with
a range of fifteen miles. ;
' Hatter Than He Thought
. The boy whose business it waa to
tnswer tbe telephone rushed late tbe
room of the oenlor partner. .
"Just got a message saying that your
house was on fire, be said.
"Dear me!" returned tbe aenlor part
ner Jn a bewildered sort of way." "I
knew my wife was pretty hot oout
something when I left home this morn
ing, but f didn't think It waa so had
as to set tbe house on Are!"
President Taft defended his veto of
tariff bills in a recent speech at Grand
Rapids, Mich. , e
Independent Democrats of Tennessee
Will hold i general primary. -
Our Cc!:rcd Suteeribs
Whereas, The Great 'and Supreme
Rnlerof the Universe has in His in
finite wiahom removed from among us,
ene of our worthy and esteemed follow
Brother, I'aniel H. Pearson; and where
as the long and intimate relations held
with him In the faithful discharge of
his duties as Treasurer, in James P.
Martin Lodge 6309, makes it eminently
befitting that we record our appreciation
of him. Therefore ;
Resolved 1st: That the wisdom and
ability which he has exercised in the
aid of our organization by service, con
tributions and counsels, will be held in
Resolved 2nd: That the sudden re
moval of such a life from our midst
leaves a vacancy and a shadow that
will be deeply realizad by all the mem
bers and friends of -this lodge, and will
prove a serious loss of the lodge, com
munity and the public
Resolved 3rd: That with deep sym-
paty with the bereaved relatives of the
deceased, we express our, hope that
ever so great a loss to us all may be
overruled for good by Him who doeth
all things well.
Resolved 4'h; That a copy of these
resolutions be spread upon the records
of this lodge, a copy printed it the local
papers, the Odd Fellows Journal, and a
copy forwarded to the bereaved family.
M. V. P.-CHAS H. K1NSEY, Chm'n.
W. C.-I. S. BESS,
P. G. M.-S. P. FAISON, Sec'y.
" i -
Judge Peter S. Grosscup, of Chicago,
will withhold his resignation until the
threatened publication of charges
against him have been made.
A FIERCE NIGHT ALARM.
is the hoarse, startling cough of a
child, suddenly attacked by croup. Of
ten it aroused Lewis Chamblin, of Man
chester. O., (R. R. No. 2) for their
four children were greatly subject to
croup, "sometimes it severe attack,
he wrote "we were afraid they would
die, but since we proved what a certain
remedy. Dr. King's New Discovery is.
we have no fear. We rely on it for croup
and for coughs, colds or any throat or
lung trouble." So do thousands of
others, so may you. Asthma. Hay
I1 ever, LaUrippe, Whooping Cough,
Hemorrhaeea fly before it. 60c and
$1,00. Trial ; bottle : free. Sold by
Lota of Hunting.
The talk had turued upon hunting
and by and by one of the adult visitors,
noting Jamie's rapt and eager look
VWell. sonny, I don't suppose you've
had a chance to do much hunting yet?"
"Not many kinds, but lots of it," ex
plained Jamie. "I've never hunted
bears or lions, but I've hunted gran
ny's spectacles most all over the
world P-Chlcn go Record Herald.
BEST TREATMENT FOR A BURN
If for no other reason, Chamberlain's
Salve should be kept in every household
on account of its great value in the
treatment of burns It allays the Dain
almost instantly, and unless the injury
is a severe one, heals the parts without
leaving a seal This salve is also un
equaled for clfepped hands, Borejiipples
and diseases of the skin. 1 Price, 25
cents. For sale by all dealers.
The injuiry into the death of the Prr
mier of Russia (pointed to the fact that
Stolypin whs sacrificed in a political in
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C ASTORI A
. Geo, O. Glavis, of Chicago, was in
dicted in Washington on the charge of
swindling in connection with the Lnri
As usually treated, a sprained ankle
will disable a man for three or four
weeks, but by applying Chamberlain's
Linime,nt freely as soon as the injury
is received, and observing the directions
with each bottle, a cure can be affected
in from two to four days. For sale by
all dealers. ,
, Hr Seertt. ; : ,
Bessie Did you tell the girls at the
tea that great secret I confided to you
and Elsie? Eva No; Isn't It a shame?
That horrid Elsie got there first aud
told them before I arrived!
Not the Cook's Fault
Mistress Really, Marie, whenever I
come Into tbe kitchen I aeo you doing
nothing. Cook You're right, mum;
you never have any luck, do you?
Diarrhoea is slways more or less pre
valent during September. Be prepared
for it Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy is prompt and
effe :tual. It can always be depended
upo i and Is nleaiant to take. For sale
by all dealers.
Hew Llnoolnihlr 8hphrds Count
Yan (1). tan (2), tethera (3i. petbera
(4). pimp (5). sethera (C). letbera (7).
hovera (S), covers (0). dlk (10), yan-a-dik
(11); tan-a-dik (121. tcthcra-dik (13)
pethera-dlk (14). bumplt (15), yan-a-bumplt
(10). 'tan-abumplt (17), etc,
J!cglt(D0).-From "Shepherds of Brit
ain," by A. L. J. GonHet
Chin Buln Hou.
Most of the Chinese business houses
(tie owned by partnerships, aud most
S rfiierxM!' are of a bnie number of
- 'lis. TLo el, In,. , v , ,hh x.'iw l
M l - - v v ' ! i t i i. I i
A GAME OF ' EftDCE. "
John W. Gates Sprung a 8urprle en
His Young Friand. , 1 '.
John W. Gates' last office waa in
the Trinity building. He called bis
firm Charies G. Gates ft Co. ' Others
termed It "the bouse of the twelve
apostles," aa a dozen partners were In
It. Gates was considered a good bridge
whist player. . Often after 8 p. m.
bridge was played In the office. One
day there were only three to play.
young man of good family, but not
wealthy, came In. 7 i -
"Sit down," said Gates agreeably.
"I hate to play with a dummy."
'How much a point do you play r
asked the newcomer. .
"Fifty," said Gates. ,
"I can't afford it," was the rejoinder.
"Twenty-five Is a big game for me."
"Well, make up the rubber," said
Gates' disappointedly. "We'll play for
twenty-five." -"... 1 .
The young man played well, had luck
"We have a sort of clearing house
here," said Gatea when the game end
ed. "I'll send you your check in the
morning.' ' . .. : :
Tbe young man got a check for $13,-
000. Astounded, he took It to the
signer. . .
"What does this mean?" he asked.
"I circulated that I won $130. We
were playing for 25 cents a point,
weren't we?""" ' ...-Tur
. "We were playing for $25 a point,"
returned Gates. .
"Wha-at! Why, if Td lost I couldn't
have paid." ,
, "If jou hadn't paid we'd have run
you out of the city.',' said Gates coldly.
"But you won. Cash that check." It
was cashed. New York .Tribune.
' Tho Biter Bittn. ' ,
' A Philadelphia man went to a dealer
to purchase a dozen homing pigeons
and was both surprised and delighted
at the extremely low price asked for
tbe birds. The bargain was finally
concluded and the pigeons delivered.
Two weeks later the gentleman hap
pened to be passing, when the dealer
stopped him aud asked him how the
birds were getting on.
"I don't know," replied the gentle
man. "I have not heard from my
"Yes; 1 bought them for a man lu
The dealer's jaw fell in dismay, and
then, wilu a rueful laugh, he admitted
that he had sold the birds so cheaply
because he knew that on being releas
ed they would immediately return to
their old home. But from San Fran
Cisco! It was a clear case of the biter
being bit ten. St Louis Globe-Demo
The dissolution and re-organization
of the Steel Trust is engaging the at
tention of the Department .of Justice,
it is reporte 1. -': '"
HAS MILLIONS OF FRIENDS,
How would like to number
friends by millions as Buck ten's Arnic
Salve does? Its astounding cures in
the past forty years made them. I t
the best Salve in the world for scorer,
ulcers, eczema, burn?, noils, cut
corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings
bruises, cold sores. . Has no equal fo
p lea, zbe at all drugget
A verbatim fragment from the law
King's Counsel (examining wltness)-
Dld you know you did not, but I am
bound to put It to you on the 2."th It
was not the 23th really; It was the
24th; It Is a mistake In my brief see
the defendant he is not the defendant
really; he U the plaintiff there Is
counterclaim, but you would not un
derstand that yes or no? ;
Witness What! St. James Gazette.
For bowel complaints in children al
ways givelhamberlin's( hhc. Cholera
and Diarihoea Ke-nedy and castor oil
It ia certain to effect a cure and when
reduced with water and sweetened is
pleasant to take. No physician can pre
scribe a better remedy. For sale by all
dealers. - . ,
The threatened strike proved a fail
are in Madrid and conditions through
out Spain are growing more nearly nor
r" a inuiuvi
t vniTD mm niwnc i
' FROM FIRB J
by covering them with ' ' '
J-M a:::st:3 r.::rj"3
J-M Rooflne resit-its fire be
cause it is made of Aabsto$,
an indestructible mineral.
which is not affected by fire-
rust rot or wear. Easily ap- '
plied. - . -i . - ; ,
"J-M" is the onlv brenared
roofing that ia permanently
durablt. You can save money
by using it ej .
Autfwr tample and price.
i : COMPANY.'
12 J C. ir !. il f.'tw I n, ::. i
f DDATHfT V I
AND . .
terial Paints, Oils :
E. W. SUALLViOOD.,
lew Bent I. t.
Prescriptions from all
physicians, Quickly and Ac
curately filled. "
Also a full line of Choice
toilet articles. !
" "A fine piece of cloth my boy!i
I never saw. you wear a better)
looking suit" ' kj ,
J ' "Yes, I am pleased with it'I
had it madTEy a good merchant
"tailor. , The doth is one of the
- GjsviakMd fbrk- ,
' ., ' . . " ' -
. Eray'nua is proud of a ShackasMioa
lib We hYO a full En oi thea datsxan
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Pulp, Dairy Molasses Feed, Dis
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31 33 Middle 8t ; New Bern, N. 0
i Phone 184.
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