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you art living or how many luxuries you enjoy you are
actually a poor man unless you are spending less than you
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SOUTHERN SUM & BUSINESS UNIVERSITY
' J. M, RESSLER,
98 Middle St."
Roth Day and Night Sessions.
I EIST HRDLi TMlRSilllGGrtOflL I
' A State school, to train teachers for the public schools of
North Carolina. Every energy is directed to this one purpose.
Tuition free to all who agree to teach. Fall term begins Sep
tember 26, 1911: , For catalogue and other information, address.
ROBEfiT H. WFIBHT. PRESIDENT, EBEENVILLE, N. C.
The Smith Premier i EiflT'S
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H Started Conflicting Emotions at
Work In Hor Mother.
Mrs. DeGroff drew a deep sigh when
ter daughter told her that she had be
come engaged to Mr. Boblee.
"1 suppose It's foolish of me to feel
to bad about It," she said, wiping ber
eyes, but I can't help It I know It's a
woman's destiny to be married, dear,
and I have always hoped that you
would marry and be happy. But a
mother can never . lose a daughter
without .feeling deeply on the subject
he' can never help regarding It as an
awful . loss a - tragedy. -.- 8he cannot
give up her little girl, even to the best
man that ever lived, "without the deep
eat reluctance." V V
"But, mother, dear, I shall come and
see yon often. And you mustn't cry as
If it were going to happen right away.
You will have time to get used to It" .
Will I? How soon are you to be
"Not for nearly a year. Bob thinks
Not for a year? What on earth
does he mean by putting It off that
long? I don't believe be lntc'nds to
marry you at all, the smirking yonng
snipl If he did he'd insist on having
the wedding right away. And I shall
tell him so. You bring him to time,
Clara. Tou tell him that he'll either
marry you next month or never. Huh!
11 show him!"
Way These Necessary
'Are Put Together.
In most umbrella factories the task
of turning out ribs and stems la left
to other factories making a specialty
of those parts. These are sent to the
manufacturer, and the man whose
work it is to assemble the parts Inserts
bit of wire Into the small . holes at
the end of the ribs, draws them to
gether about the main rod and adjusts
In cutting the cloth or silk seventy-
five thicknesses or thereaflouts are ar
ranged upon a table at which skilled
operators work. In one department
there are girls who operate hemming
machines. A thousand yards of hem
med goods Is but a day's work for one
of these girls. The machines doing
this job attain a speed of some 3,000
revolutions a minute. After the hem
ming has been done the cloth or silk is
cut Into triangular pieces with a knife,
as before, but with a pattern laid upon
the cloth. The next operation is the
sewing of the triangular pieces togeth
er by machinery.
The covers and frames are now
ready to be brought together. In all
there are twenty-one places where the
cover is to be attached to the frame.
The handle is next glued on, and the
umbrella Is ready for pressing and Inspection.-
Ths Madioina of Generosity,
Generosity has wonderful power lii
curing trouble which by any other
means would ; seem "incurable. The
story is told of a poor blind woman
In Paris who put 27 francs on the
plate at a missionary meeting. A
friend remonstrated, "You cannot af
ford so much out of your small earn
ings.',' "Oh, yes, I can," she answered;
"I've figured It out and know just
what I can afford to give." When
asked to explain she said: "I am
blind, and I said to my fellow straw
workers, 'How much i money do you
spend in a year for oil in your lamps
when It is too dark to work at nights?
They replied. Twenty-seven francs.'
So," said the poor woman, '1 found
that I saved so much In the year be
cause I am blind and do not need a
lamp, and I give It to send light to the
dark heathen lands." Christian Her
ald. " '
Told Hia Fortune.
While crossing the East Boston ferry
the other evening a little fellow ap
proached me, saying, "Tell yer fortune
for a nickel, mister." .
After a few words with the young
fellow I consented.- He took my hand
and said, "At first I thought you were
going to become a rich man, but it's all
off now." - 1
; 1 asked him his reason.
"Well, yer see, boas, anybody who
parte with his money on a scheme like
1 played you for will never be one of
them financiers. "
I cave him another nickel for his
philosophy. Boston Traveler.
They Used to Cat Crows.
Our forefathers despised some dishes
which we regard as delicacies. In the
thirteenth century, for instance, al
though partridges abounded in Eng
land, they were eaten only by peas
ants and were never - seen in ' the
house of the nobles. Hares, too; were'
despised by the upper classes, and
even among the poor a strong preju
dice existed against them. On the
other hand, eourmets in the middle
ages ate herons, cranes, crows, storks.
cormorants, bitterns and other birds
which would revolt the least dainty
feeder of today. London Cbrouidle.
' Turn About. 1 '
"Every, husband ought to make hi
brldo a regular allowance from the
start," said a guest at a wedding re
ceptlon In New York.
"This is but Just," he continued
"because from -the start every brldr
finds that she must constantly make
allowances for ber husband."
'Van't yon assume a little more pleas
lng expression of countenance?" asked
"T-yes, sir," hesitatingly' answered
the sitter. "Walt a minute and III
take off there new shoea," Chicago
ftibune, , ' v ..,-
KILL A MURDERER. ,
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and bowels, prevntin? that cugping
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Htipation, llMHdache, Biliiousneis,
Chills, 25a at all druggists.
rtli-lla Kirnmcl, of Nile, Mi-
I Was Cured by Lydia E Pink-
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Wanrika. Okla. "I had female trou
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ana so nervous l
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got-so bad that I
could not sleep day
or night. While in
tliis condition I read
of Lydia E. Fink
beean its use and
wrote to Mrs. pinkham for advice. In
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Mrs. Salt.ik Stevens, & F. D.,No.
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NOTICE Tl COTTOtl FARMERS
On account of the light weight bales
coming to thi.-i market, the buyers held
a meeting and decided for their own
protection, that they would not accept
a bale weighing 400 pounds or less, un
less there is a deducti n of ten pound:
per bale; consequently iq buying light
weight bales in your territory, it will be
absolute y necessary for you to deduct
ten pounds per bale from bales weigh
ing 400 pounds or under and 25 pounds
per bale from bales weighing 300 lbs.
or less. The usual custom was to dt
duct one dollar on bales under 300 lbs.
which does not anything I ke cover the
loss. Further we particularly want to
call your attention with regard to tare,
tRis must hof exceed 22 pounds per bate,
any cotton overrated you must either
refuse to buy it or else buy it subject to-
tare claim when it arrives at Norfolk,
and such notation must be made on the
invoice for cotton. We cannot urge
you too strongly to follow these instruc
tions very carefully, otherwise we will
have to bill you back for any loss sus
tained for either of the above causes.
Yours very truly,
EURE HARRIS & CO. "
To J. U. Smith, Cotton Buyer.
A generil railway stiike was called in
Children Ory .
C ASTO R I A
Leand r Howard and William Mar
shall of Jackson, Ky., mail carriers, are
believed to have been murdered.
Tho Liberal Goverr.ment and recipro
city were crushingly (efafed in Can
ada by the Conservatives, the vote east
being the largest ever pulled in the Do
minion. . ' ;
Curiaua Wagers Recorded at White'
;; i j Club In London, j 1
The betting book of White's club Id
London contains the record of some
extraordinary wagers. The idle gen
tlemen lit 100 years ago could give
their successors of today sundry hints
on eccentric betting. : ; Here are fac
similes of some of the records. One
reads: ' ..:":.. W
"Mr. Methnen bets Colonel Stanhope
10 guineas to 1 that a worthy bar
onet understood betveen them does
not from necessity part with his gold
tee paila", before this day twelvemonth.
The Ice palls being found at a pawn
broker's' will not entitle Colonel Stan
hope to receive his 10 guineas." .
This peculiar wager was made In
1813, and another one, recorded the
same year at White's, may have ref
erence to the same hard up personage.
"Lord (Alvanley beta Sir Joseph Cop
ley 5 guineas that a certain baronet
understood between them is very
much embarrassed in circumstances.
In three years from the dote hereof,.
If one ojf bis bills Is dishonored or be
Is observed to borrow small change of
the chairmen or waiters, Sir Joseph is
to be reckoned to lose."
Here is an odd one: ".Mr. Butler
bets Sir George Talbot 20 guineas
to 1 that he Is not in the room at
White's ' with Napoleon In the courso
of the next two years April 21, 1815."
History shows that Mr. Butler won
that guinea. Christian Science Moni
tor. Wagner's Last Words.
There hare been so many and con
flioting stories published as to the last
hours of Richard Wagner that the
chapter devoted to this point In Gla
fenapp's biography of the composer will
be read with interest. The master was
uot really sick at the time, but tired
out from the work and worry over tin;
"rnrsiful" relienrsals. On the mornlug
of Feb. 13 he said to his valet, "1 mus
be careful today." After Itreakfust be
went to his study as usual and worked
on an essay on "The Feminine Iu the
Human." lie asked to be excused at
the noon meal, and the family and an
Intimate friend were enjoying it when
a woman servant rushed In awl said
that the great man was ill. He was
placed on a cot In his study, aud while
removing some of Ida clothes a watch
wh(ich his wife had given to him fell
to the floor. lie gasped, "My watch'"
And these were the last words he ut
tered. DIGESTION AND ASSIMILATION.
It is rot the quantity of food taken
but ihe amount digested and assimilat
ed that gives strength and vitalily to
the system. Chamberlain's Stomach
awl Liver Tablets invigorate the stomach-and
liver and enable them to per
form their functious naturally, tor
sale by all dealers.
When Samuel G. Blythe, the writer,
was editing a newspaper in New York
state a green reporter ono night turn
ed In a long and thrilling story re
garding the rough treatment handed
out to John Smith, a visitor to the
town. The story related that Mr.
Smith, wearing a high silk hat, had
ventured down to the docksi after
nightfall and a silk hat being .unusual
and provocative of nntagoiSsnis in
that section Mr. Smith had emerged
from among the dock hands without
the hat. Nevertheless he carried out
of the melee so many wounds, cut!
and bruises that he had to be sent
to the hospital. The article In Us orig
inal form was too long and not In
keeping with the style of the paper.
Accordingly Blythe started to rewrite
It- This is the form in which It ap
peared in the paper the next mordltig:
"John Smith, wearing a high silk hat,
went down to tho docks last ulcrht
Emergency hospital." ropular Maga
cine A report that another German de
tachment had been landed at Agadir,
Morocco, was denird at Berlin.
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PUBLIC SALE OF HOUSE AND
Pursuant to power contained in the wU of the
lata Geo. A. H. Richardson, deceased, whits, win I
a of record in Craven county the andeniciMd I
will on the second day of October; HO, at Bl
o'clock m, on said day. at the court house door I
in Craven county. aeU at public auction to the
nurneet Darner tor cash one noose and lot situate
at the northeast corner of Attain and En hank
street, f rooting 104 feet on Eubank street and U
feet on Main street and fully described in a dead
from Geo. H. White to the said Geo. A. H.
Richardson, deceased, which said deed is of rec
ord iu Craven county,
The above mentioned sale wUl be made for the
among the deviaeea of the
W. H. LEWIS,
Administrator. D, B. N. of Geo. A. H. Bichard-
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION.
Having this day qualified as administrator of
the estate of atoses Furh.dec'd.. all persona hav
ing claims against the estate of said decendent
are hereby notified to present the tame, duly
verified, to the undersiroed on or before the 17th.
day of August 19)2, or this notice will be pleaded
in bur of their recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate are hereby requested to make immed
This 17th. day of August. 1911.
J. P. STANLY,
R O'HAKA. Atty.
Oddities About Alphabet.
When the Portuguese first explored
Brazil they made great fun of the na
tives of that country because they had
in their alphabet uo f, r or 1 a peo
ple, the invaders declared, without fe,
ley or rey without faith, law or king.
The Mohawks, ocaln, have no Jabials
and vowed it was absurd when the
missionaries tried to teach them to
pronounce p and l. "for who," said
they, "can speak with his mouth
shut?" Blackwood's Magazine.
I L. 11 oi
i nave a worm oi commence in vnam-1
ucriiuu uiuKii uciiicuy ioi inaveuaeu.lt
I. .. l. i, .1.. .'..11 . ! I
it with perfect success," writes Mrs.
M. 1 tiastord, i'oolesville, kid. tor
sale by all dealers.
Prayer Halls In Russia-
In the villagex f Kuss's the "prayer
hall" is the common izba or cottage
of a Stundlst moujik. or a shed attach
ed to a very primitive farmstead sur
rounded by prodigious quantities of
mud. dust or niiow. according to the
season of the year. A separate build
ing erected expressly for worship
among the rural evangelicals of Rus
sia is a luxury yet to be provided iu
the great majority of crises. The meet
lng place, whether Izba or outhouse.
has walls of earth. It Is without cell
lng. The floor is the bare earth, trod
den hard by many feet through the
lapse of Ions: years and worn Into lump
and hollows. The walls.arp .lime wash"
I ed and destitute of decoration or adorn-
menr. There are rough wooden bench
es around aud across the room. The
place Is usually packed to suffocation
with men. women and children crowd
ed on the seats, thronging the door
ways and huddling together m the
top of the huge Btove. Sunday - at
CASTOR I A
r For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Two of a Kind.
"You fondle that pug puppy, com
plained the lover, "until 1 am actually
jealous of him."
"You're all alike." answered the girL
"This puppy is jealous of you." Cleve
land I'lain Dealer. .
He who conceals a useful trnth Is
equally guilty with the propagator Of
an Injurious falsehood. Augustine.
pure combination of '
A. I). Ward.
si jlo mo;.
AfTOKNEYS AND COUNSELLOR!
- at law ; ;
IlrT BERK, I. Csj
Office Rooms 401-2-3 Elks Building
Practice In the counties of Craven,
Duplin, Jones, Lenoir, Onslow, Cart-
" iw rno , us- ,
preme and Federal Courts, and .where
ver services are desired. ' '
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DISEASES OF THE
je, Ear,-Nose Id Throat
Office in Elks Temple Next Dr. U. A
Caton, New Hern, N.' C, .
R. A. NUNN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practice in the counties of Craven, .
Carteret, Pamlico Jones and Onslow
and in the State Supreme and Federa
Courts. . ". .
Office No. 50 Craven CtreeV
Telephons No. 97 Naw Barn, N. C.
Lake Drummond Canal & Water
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i n t in ' . .
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An Inland Route, Protected from Storm.
Nine Feet of Water Minimum Denu
Quick Transit for Traffic Prompt
Towing and Freight Movement .
For tolls, towing and freight rates
apply at office in Seaboard Bank Build
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M. K. King, Pres., J. A. Mitten. Sac.
1 J- 8. Baxter, Supt. v
J. T. Whitehurst, Traffic Manager.
Norfolk Office Bell Phone 621.'
N. B. These figures
lor Information an 4 are uot giiarasv-
SO. Jl Leave Ooldsboro, N. C, Ml
. bl, through trail with ehatf
car to Aiheville, connecting at
' East Durhun, for Oxford, Hea-
iersoa, Keysville and Rlchmont '
. st Diversity for Cos pel Hill:
at Greensboro for Charlotte and
all polau south, also tor Da.
?Dle, Lynchburg, CharlotteiYills
. ; Washington, aal , alt peiata
I tO. m Uavea Ooldsboro, t.OI v-
; for Greensboro, bandies through
; ' Pullman Raleigh, to Atlanta, ooa
' reU ai Greensboro for all
' ; points aerU. south aaa west. 1
11 -Leaves Goldsboro 10.4$ p m
for Greensboro, handles ttuuuiaa
Raleigh , to Greensboro, coa
Bects at Greensboro tor Char
lotto, AUanU , New " Orlaaae,
tosTtlla Washlagtoa, ,
or tnrthar Inform a tlan aak III
fouiopro ticket agent or adtreM the
H. F. CARY,
Uenaral Fassenger ieat,
Waslilngtoa, D. O, '
W. H." PARNELL,
Irafaiiug faaaanger Agent.
;.Vi. . V Raleigh, n. a
Instcsd cf Urt::!d
, , niany people are now using
' Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic
Stlie new toilet germicide powder to be
diiwolvd in WHtr as needed.
Cor all toilet and hygienic uses It I'
, better and mure economical.
to claanne and whiten the
. teeth, Minora tartar and f
To disinfect the mouth, d
Stroy diHcaie perms, bud j
purify tho breath.
To keep artificial teeth and
l)i iil;VcworU clean, mlorle -i
To remove uicotlim from t" '
lurify Hits brea I ! sf'rr i
ro fli a.iic.-it.n per-i'ir' ,( .
odors by (!hi;,- i
'i,' lii-st, an 1 1 si I i
elieves and '