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IEE WEEKLY J."Z.'l
rUah4 to Two station. rrry
Taesday and Friday, at Journal Bulla-
t-0 CrmTen Street ; 7
CHJLKLIS L 8TXTX3,
EDITOR AND PROPBHTOR.
. Official Papar of Nw Ban and
Ci-arsa Oointy. '-'
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basis. Subscribers will
eiTa notlca of expiration of their aub
rriptiona and an immediate raaponae
V notice wij n appreciated by the
Advertising ratea furnished upon
application at the office, or mpon in
iulr by maP
inted at the Poatofflcs, New Bern,
H. CL aa second-class matter.
New Rem, N. a October, 24. 191L
TUB MATTEE OF
Iadividual is a prime factor in
every eveDtful turn in material
and social affairs. .The person, a
unit, yet by individual action
moves thousands of other units,
as though one person. .
Personality is a riddle, a delight
ful one, never exactly solved, al
ways with something more to be
Base ball which has run ram
pant as the great national sport
from spring to fall, in the village,
town and city, reaches its culmi
nation point for the season and
year, in the final series of games
between the champion base ball
league associations. Both those
who have played and those
who have watched the game be
tween rival clnbs in village, town
and city, have turned their atten
tion to the world's series' being
played at Xew York and Phila
delphia. The thirty, forty of fifty
thousand spectators that may be
at eaeh game to witness each indi
vidual play, are but a fraction in
number to those who watch each
play and player, through tele
gram and newspaper, and who of
ten know better how the game
was played than those in attend
ance. In this great series of games
that engages the country just now,
the matter of personality is all
important, in the personnel of each
club's battery, and when the game
is played, in the personal playing
that does the unusual, in run get
ting or run preventing. The indi
vidual play that wins is what
counts most. The rest of the team
work is subordinated. It was
equally important, but the per
sonality of the one, dwarfs the ef
forts of the others.
In every field of life work, so
cial industrial, commercial, edu
cational religious, the matter of
personality is all important, and
yet in life's great successes affect
ing the many, there was like in
base ball, a membership, a fellow
ship, a team work, that backed
up, encouraged and made possible
the one person's marked success,
bringing victory to all, who were
equal sharers, in the gains, tho'
not in the personal applause.
There may be found here and
there individual success that se
cures fame or richer for self alone.
But it was no victory, except sel
fish gain be victory. It is person
ality winning for others that is
tbe real victor, the true gainer. ;
l " ; . ':
The best master. A niece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Liniment
and bound on over the affected parte ia
auperior to a plaster and coats only one
tentn as mucn, f or sale oy an Ueaiera,
. v y , - j Pi.i n k i l : m
eiala declined to oxplaia their decision
to cancel the corporation's lease of the
Great Northern ore properties. -,
Womea ! UgltA typ,
womea of superior dacatioi ml
refinemect, wkoM tcerasssl
12 1 Jpsert rrt we';'-! tzl
turu U dt e;L!;zi, Vmlj
I tit wosicrf J ccrrtclln
r 1 crrt'Jrt rrc;:rt!:j tf CI .:
. I i ?, I ' 1
Tbe Kind. You Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
; All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
' "; Experiments that trifle with and endanger tbe health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. -
What is CASTORIA
Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
gorlc, Drops and 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 Hie
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always
In Use For Over 30. Years
THE CCNTAUR COMPANY, 7 r MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
RUSH OF THE CRESTED SEA.
Mount St Michel's Tidal Wave One of
the Sights of the World.
At 5 o'clock in tbe afternoon people
gather on the causeway that connects
the Islet of Mount St. Michel with the
French coast to watch the coming ot
the tide, oue of the sights of the
As far as tbe eye can reach stretches
the gray sand, silent, empty. Seven
miles and a half lie between the ocean
and the rock. Presently a strange
murmur pervades the air. It seems
to come from nowhere and yet to be
And then far on the horizon lifts a
line of white. Every moment It draws
nearer, and the sound in tbe air swells
louder, and then with astonishing
speed up tbe line of crested sea, and
in a moment, where it reaches tbe
sands, there is but a space of swirling
water. And on the waves ride In the
fishing boats that bare gone out to
sea on tbe tide at dawn.
Many a tragedy has been caused by
the swift Inrush of this true tidal wav,
for, save along narrow paths, the bot
tom of this vast, strange bay is but
quicksand, and after tbe tide has once
turned and the sound of its coming is
beard no man can hope to escape its
reach unless he be close indeed to tbe
mount or tbe shores of tbe mainland.
How s This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh that
annot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tole
We, the undersigned, have known
FV J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fin
ancially able to carry cut any obli
gations made by his firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cnre is taken in
ternally, anting directly upon the
blood and mucoug surfaces of the
ytem. Testimonials sent free.
Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all
Take Flail's Family Pills for eoa-
General Reyes stated at Lan Antonio
Texas, that he expected tha Mexican
revolt to spread. ,. - , t
His Greet Generosity.
We are getting up a subscription,"
began the . lady who was carrying
around tbe paper Her voice trembled
as she spoke, for the person she was
now bracing happened to be tbe richest
fellow in tbe community. She hoped
against hope that she would get some
thing fat from bim. ; ; .
"Ton are getting up a subscription T
echoed tha millionaire, with a sweet
smile. "I'm sure you'll be very suc
cessful. And what can I do?"
"Would you could you"she nearly
tainted at her assurance "would yon
p-p-put your name down on this paper
for a h-h-hundred dollars?"
. There it was done. He wouldn't
have missed a thousand, bat she was
pretty courageous to ask for as much
as sha did. Ills gentle smile reassured
her. . . . ,
"Will I put my name down for a
hundred dollars?" said be. "Why, my
dear young lady, I don't charge that
amount for the use of my name when
charity is tbe cause. I will put my
name down, of course, but not for
a hundred dollars. I won't charge you
a cent for it It is a slight service."
-Cleveland Plain Dealer.
- Aviator Howard Gill, of Baltimore,
brok the American endurance record
at Sr. Louis by remaining in ' the air 4
houis and 18 minutes..
T 1 k is r n of the most eom-
i f ! .-i.'-ir rtit'D" i " . A
I f t : ' I
Bought, and which has been "
has borne - tbe signature of .. :
and has been made under nu per
sonal supervision since Its Infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
JURY LIST FOR U. S; CfoCUIT
AND FEDERAL COURT.
The following list of jurors have been
drawn for the next term of the U. S,
Circuit and Federal court, which con
venes in this city on October 23rd, with
Judge R. D. Connor presiding;
GL Griffin, Oriental; H A White,
Greenville; S W Styron, Aurora; Frank
lin Dail, Institute; J S Davis, Golds
boro; Wash Garris, Speights Bridge;
W L Arendell, Morehead City; W K
Baxter, New Bern: S G Pate, Fremont;
Peter Andrews, Trenton; M D Lane,
Fort Barnwell, J W Speight, Snow Hill:
Wrfftargett, Tuckahoe; Jaaepb Gas
kill, New Bern; Daniel Whitford, Pol
locksville;. Geo. T Farnell, "Bay boro;
John Cox, Dudley; K R Wilkinson, Au
rora; W A Litchfield, Aurora; John 0
Pierce, Ay den; J M Mitchell, Goldaboro;
M E Dail, Hyco; R H Hardy, LaGrange;
W H Bray, New Bern; N L Carrow,
Beaufort; J S Hines, Ayden; W B No
bles, Winterville; W H Hammond, Com
fort; Everett Taylor, Snow Hill, Al
mond Hamilton, Wit: J L Fentrss,
Maribel; WT Mayo, Mesic; B S Rus
sell, Bogue; J F Hooker, Kinston, A L
E Week 8, New Bern; Asa Jones, Jr.,
Snow Hill; Josephus Moye, Greenville;
C W Pridgen, Kinston; W K Styron,
New Bern; Brice Trott, Richlatids; H
W Horn, Catherine Lake.
John D Jarman, Richlands; H C
Armstrong, New Bern; Wis. Hurst,
Ward's Mill; Jesse P Qainnerlv, Quin
nerly; Hughes B Holland, New Bern;
J M Edgerton, Genoa; M G Moye,
Greenville; Wm. Wheatly, Beaufort;
E M Jarmon, Tuckahoe; J W S Bea
man, Snow Hill; G W Edgerton, Golds
boro. Alex Sutton, La Grange, W G
White, Vanceboro; J Z Brooks, Grifton;
Herman Ervin, Richlands; A I Grim
sley, Hookerton; D B Hooker, Btyboro:
Msrvia Mason. Atlantic.
Japanese war vessels were dispatch
ed to Hankow. China.
Postmaster-General Charles H. Whip
ple, of the army, recommended an in
crease of salary of government em
ployes. . . "- .
MIDNIGHT IN THE OZARKS
snd yet sleepless Hiram Scrsntso, of
Clay City. 111., coughed and eotgh!.
He was in the mountains on the advice
ot five doctors, who said he -had con
sumption, but fcund no help in the ell-
mate, and started home. Hearing of
Dr. King's New Discovery, I began to
use it. "I believe it saved my life,"
be writes "for it mad a new man of
me, so that I can now do good work
again-" For all lung disesses. roughs.
colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup, whoop-
Ing couifh, bay lever, ' nemonasges,
hoarseness or quinsy, it's tb best
known remedy. Price 60e and SLOO,
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all
Urngglsts. . - - ..
" ' r - .31 i
- . Lett Tim. . '
The late flylranu Miller., drll it
gineer, who was engaged In a railroad
enterprise In Central America, was
seeking Iocs! support for s roat snd
sttempted to give the matter ttnt
He asked a native: ,"
, "now long does it take you to tarry
your goods to market by mnlebackT r
"Three days." was the reply.
There's the point," said lllllef.
"With our road In operation yoo'Huld
tak your goods to market and b back
homi tn one day." - '
"Yery rood, senor," aoiswerel th
native. "Tlut what would we do with
th other two days?" Homton Iteoord,
Mayor Ciiynor a;ned the li!l s i '
a t.-nt In K- Y..U's ' '
Foot Ball Team at Work. ; Athen
ian Staff Named For the Year. :
' ' School Notes. "
The editors and business managers
of "Tha Athenian" forth year 1911
1912 are as follows: " V - y
"Editor-in chief-Matilda Hancock.
Associate " Editors Mary ' Gaskil',
Hilda Willis, Blanche Gaskill. Will
Blades, Charlie Kehoe, Sophia Hollia
ter, Bertha Gtakill, Allen Ives. Joe
Hollowell and Gertrude Carraway.
Business Manager John 8qtar Jones
Asst. Business Mng. Carl Bunting.
Reporters front Grammar Grades
7A-Sarah Holliater, 7B, Robert Thorn
ton, 6A, Emm Louise Kehoe and Mary
Bennett, 6K, Beth Ferebee, 6 A, Carrie
Hill, 6B. Catherine Boyd, 6C, Gladys
Jackson, 4A, Blaekwell Waters, B,
Daniel Odum. .-";;.v-.
The heating plant has been thorough
ly overhauled and put in good condition
and is now ready for' service at any
time, A large tank, holding about 1200
gallons, has been built in. the boiler
room to bold rain water for us in the
boiler.' ' -"'."S-vw i;.jv;;;;v:.;.;.
The enrollment up to the present
time is some less than 803; while the
averago daily attendance ; haa been
about 730. "Th usual number of ab
sences is from 25 to 38 per day, bat on
Wednesday on account' of Ihs rain the
absences ran op to 77.
The following societies hivs met and
elected officers for the year: '
The Moses Griffin Literary Society
and tbe Hannia Taylor Debating So
ciety hold their msetings on tb second
Friday night in each month.' At their
monthly meeting held Friday night,
Oct 13th., .the following officers were
Moses Griffio Literary Society
President Gertruie Carraway.
Vice PresMabel Cohen.
Sec, and Trees. Jane Cox,
Hannia Taylor Delating Society
President-Floyd Chadwick. '
Vice Prea, Carl Banting.
Secretary Charlie McSorley. '
Treasurer Robert Kehoe.
Critic Francis Willis. "
The foot ball team has been organised
and practice dai y. Efforts sr being
mad to hav games in the near future,
with Wilson, Kinston, . Wilmington,
Goldsboro and Washington. .The team
is composed of the following: ' Captain
-Will Blades, Manager-rioyd Chad
wick, George Scales, Bill Bryan, King
Bryan, Maunse I Gabbett. Eugene Simp
son, Selby Hill, Robert Kehoe, Charlie
Kehoe, Allen Ives, Warren Moolton,
Cecil Daniels, Willie Blades, Robert
Knapp, Boone Groves, Joseph Hollo
well, Fred Cohen and Burton Berry. .
The Athletic Association has the fol
lowing officers; -"
Pres. Robert Kehoe.
Vie Pres. Allen Ives.
Secand Tress, Charlie Kehoe.
FOR FLETCHER'S ,
Miss Ellen Fits Fendleton wss inaug
urated as president ' of Wesley an Col
lege. ;':'-".,.; :
MORE THAN ENOUGH S TOO :
To maintain health, a mature man or
woman needs just enough food to re
pair th waste and aupply energy and
body beat. Th habitual consumption
of more foot than is necessary for these
purposes la th prime causa or stomach
trouble, rheumatism and disorders of
the kidneys. If troubled with indiges
tion, revise your diet, let reason and
not . appetite control . and tak a fw
doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets and. you will soon b all
right again. For sal by all dealers. :
KidnaoMrs took th two-vear old son
of a wealthy York county (Psnn.) saw
mill owner. . I i
Biliousness is do to a disordered con
dition of th stomach. ; Chamberlain's
Tablets are asentisUy a stomach med
icine, intended especially to act on that
organ; to clean it, to regulate th liver
and to banish biliousness positively and
effectually. For sal by aft Dealers, :
Turkish soldiers ar reported to hav
crossed th Tunis frontier.
- Wasted Effort.
"Sorry, Bfil, 1 csn't com to th the
ater with you tonight. Now, dont look
so cross. - Yon ain't cross, really, ar
yer. Bill" . ,
"No, I ain't exactly cross. Lis. but
stm it Is a bit aggravating for a chap
to find he's washed his face snd hands
for nothing, aln-'t It r London Tel
rraph. x - . ' .
Witness H's a dirt by, mana Uttl
wretch, yer honor; a low.
Magistrate Bllence, witness!
"Well, yer honor, it's th truth."
."Doesn't matter. We want non f
K hr." London Telegraph.
Italian losses In nightly skirmishes in
Tripoli sr reporter?.
PICKED A SAFE SPOT.
H Wsnted an Easy Fall If He Mlssa
tha Big Bean
Th red bear of Asia lives In lofty
mountain soiltodea. rarely coming bf
low an altitude of 8,000 feet For the
greater part of tbe year he Is content
with a . vegetarian diet, and leads a
blameless and estl-nable life, but In
the. spring', he becomes 1 mischievous,
snd then a man who -pursues him In
his native haunts must be s mountain
eer as well ss a hunter. The follow
ing Incident from "Sport and Life In
the' Further Himalayas," by R. L.
Kennlon, Illustrates the double danger.
My Gllglt stalker used to tell of a
bear , that was a terror to the goat
herds sent to grace the village flocks
in the Rakhlot glen, not only a robber,
but a trucculeut one, who committed
his crimes in the broad light of day
and cared for neither man nor dog.
Gul 6 her encountered him when out
with a noted shot from among thr
small party ot officers then at Gllglt
Behind them yawned a precipice; In
front was the big beast, granting and
slavering at the mouth. They faced
one another "while men could count a
score," and still T. did not shoot v Tha
bear advanced.- -i . ', '. r-iV'-v
. "Shoot!" cried Gul Sher. bnt T. only
looked round over his shoulder. Tbe
bear came on. Then T. slowly put his
rifle up and ohot him dead through the
"And why had not T. shot him be
fore?" I asked. . :-.i.-V.': . V- "
, "That Is what I. wanted to know,"
tbe stalker said, "and he told me that
he was Just looking for the easiest
place to go; down the precipice In case
the bear was not killed."
, I was sitting hearing the story at
the exact spot where It happened and,
going to the edge,' looked over. The
first thing to break a fall was a green
lswn of pine treetops 2.000 feet bo
low. Youth's Companion. : -
' - ill
f Irvlna's Modastv.
i Fuller Melllsh, who was for several
'years, in the company of Sir Henry
jlrvlng, first coming to America in bis
jsupport, told a characteristic story of
(the great English actor. ' .
I "We were discussing Tennyson In
tho beefsteak room of the Lyceum one
night," said Mr, Melllsh, "when SI I
IHeury came over and Joined in the
conversation. 'Ah, yes,' be said, Ten
nyson. To be sure I know him. Clever
chap, yes, but vain. One night Ten
nyson and I were walking down Pic-'
cadilly together, and as we passed a
crowd on the street corner Beveral of
the men took off their hats and bowe&
Hut" Do you know Tennyson thought
they were bowing to him. Extraordl
nary I Yes, clever chap, but vain, yo
SAVED HIS MOTHER'S LIFE.
' "Four doctors had given me up,"
writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca,
La., "and my children and all of my
friends were looking for me to die.
when my son insisted that I use Elec
tric Bitters. I did so. and tbey have
done me a world of good, I will always
praise them. Electric Bitters , is a
priceless blessing to women troubled
with fainting and dizzy spells. back
asbe, - headache, weakness, debility,
constipation or kidney disorders. , Use
them snl gsin new health, strength
and vigor. They're guarantoed to sat
isfy or money refunded. Only 60 cts.
i u uruggmis.
In a JapansM Tsmpla. -
"Asakuse templo la dedicated to th
goddess Kwanuon, a tiny Image of
gold, about two and one-half Inches
high," writes a traveler in Japan. "At
tbe entrance to the temple grounds on
either side of the Immense gate stand
two large and fearful looking figures
guarding tbe sacred precincts. Hang
ing outside tbe wire grfitlng ar a'
number of sandals for their use if tbey
wish to take a walk, and rice la
sprinkled about Each worshiper, be
fore entering the temple, calls at a
small building, snd after contributing
a email amount washes his bauds and
rinses his moutb. In front of tbe main
shrine Is a large aperture in the floor,
covered with latticework. Idto which
the worshiper casts bis gift -'After
clapping bis bands to awaken or ut
tract the attention of tbe god. he
kneels, but bis prayer is only brief.
While there is one chief shrine (here
ar many, others under tbe same roof
One shrine especially attracted my at
tention; It was made of wood, end
quit disfigured and worn through tbe
constant rubbing of bands on the spot
corresponding to tbe afflVted portions
of ' the sufferers' : bodies." Chicago
News. .V;' -f :. ..f . -1
. It U not certain 'that the tobacco
states will oppose th plans for th re
organisation of th tobacco trust
You ar not experimenting on your
self when you ttke Cbamberlain'sCougb
Remedy for a cold aa that preparation
has won its great reputation and exten
sive lata by Its remarkabU cures it
eolda, andean always he depended up
on. It is eqially valuabU for aduluaid
children and may be give i to youne
children with imp'icit confidence as it
contains no harmful , drug. Suld by all
Dealers. . : -j -; . .-,
' " ' Class fn th Making.
Th munufn'cture of glar antedates
authentic history. II is only about
seventy-fir years, however, since Its
true character was ascertained. ' It Is
now generally conceded to be a suit s
chemical compound resulting from the
union of an add with a base. The acid
Is silica, the same that Is found lu
quarts or the quarts particles of sand;
hence tbe ue of sand in Its manufac
ture. The base may be potash (or
soda), together with alumina and lime,
rr lend niay take tbe place of lime.
IJmo mnkes u burd gloss and one le
nwrcpilble to acids and suited to win
dows and (hemlcal runmm's; lend a
b --ft or, timro fusible and more lustrous
ii i tide, milfublo for opilcul Instruments
All nrMj lift to some extent on glnsa,
r-. If tlie In tier bus nn excexs
r i " all in it. r.stn wine may cor
!'! -.!:- i v !.- i, s-i It Is rontaln-
5 - - it
v Rewards for Church Work. v "
The small chapel colored Christian
church of Arapahoe, is a thorough go
iig and prosperous church, it has a com
mendable choir composed of young la-'
dies and gentlemen under ths training
of Mrs: Bertha Fonveil, of New Bern.
'The jastor will present tothefo'low
log six youn? ladles who raised $79.80
under their auspicies for the pastor and
church last seond Sunday, presents
Rosa Taylor, Elizs . Williams, Eister
Skinner, Hattie Wiggins Suaan Jor
dan and Rachel! Ramlle.u Rosa Taylor
raised the highest amount, and sho re
ceives the first present. . -
. J. M. PARSON', .
" " . - ' . - - .' - Pastor.'-.,.
r KICKED BY A .MAD HORSE. , .
( Samuel Birch, of Beet own. Wis., had
a most norrow escape from losing his
leg, as no doctor could heal the fright
ful sore that developed, but at last
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve cured it com
pletely. Its the greatest healer of ul
cers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts,
corns, cold-tore, bruises and piles On
earth. Try it 25c. at all druggists., : .
v A -Floor. Thst Turns Over. .' .
The floor In tho 'Apollo theater in
Paris Is reversibleone side being rnndk
for dancing, the other being the usmH
Inclined floor equipped with the fold
ing seats of a theater auditorium. Ths
floor. is mounted on, a horizontal axis
on which it revolves. : It Is built on
a framework of steel girders, ' has an
'area of 2,500 square feet and welsh
100 tons. - The axis, which Is parallel
to the front of the stage. Is not in thr
middle of the thickness of the floor.'
but nearer to tho seating surface: than
to . the dancing surface. Tho ' floor
swings' through an excavation'- ov.
thirty fiiat In depth. Cemeot A 150. . -
Rheumatism Relieved in 6 Hours.;
DR. DETCHON'S ' RELIEF FOR
RHEUMATISM Usually relieves sevei -est
cases in a few hours, Its action
upon the system is remarkable and ef
fective. It removes the cause and the
disease quickly disappears, First dose
benefits. 75c and $1.00. Sold by Brad
ham Drug Co. ::'.:, "
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson de
nies that h will resign any time Bom.
Drill Sergeant I say,f Smith, have
you ' any Idea how . slow and stupid
you are? Prlvat Smith I don't
know. - Drill Sergeant Of course you
don't, but let mo tell you that on Epyp:
tlnn mummy Is frisky conipurcd with
you.-Loudon Tit-Bits. ' - , ; ;
'j ' : Kokomo... -' v--,
'' Kokomft, In tho language of the In
dlans who at one time Inhnbltcd that
lect ion of Indiana, signifies "a 'young
grandmother,? : f,:: -
". Baltimore was selected as the meeting
place of the American Prison Congieaa
WE HAYE JUST RECEIVED-
4 lot of new Buckwheat and Oatmeal.
Ws also carry a full supply of school
Tablets, Composition Books, Examina
tion Paper, Ink, Pens, Pen Stan's snd
Pencils. W guarantee satisfaction or
money refunded. Call to see ; us, we
always have a polite . clerk to wait on
you. , '"v i; -:..'--:
Broad Street Grocery Co.
NEW BERN, N. C.
"A Ene piece cf t! Ji my toyl
I never saw you Wear a Letter'
looking suiL ,
, 'Yes, 1 em pleased with it 1 1
had it madeXy a good merchant
tailor. -The cloth is one of tho
TvJ 'm.a U proud of a SK Itmuon
iitV.e ! a lull Lit ol tlma duliuctive
(luir. Cll aod L nutured Utt oua ol
3 nw ;
- . AND
torial Paints; Oils
; -, AND;
Iw Bsra, B, fc, C!?,
Prescriptioos r from all
physicians, Quickly and Ac
curately filled. ." . v .
-. Also a full line of Choice
Toilet articles. ; 1 1 ,
ilk PHONE YOUR HJI
IN WANTS 14
6 Octagon Soap . C 'iTSi'
6 Borax Soap 25c
Vegetahle Iard 1 .' 10c
Oat men), per pVg. .'. v ' . 10c
Irish Potatoes, prpk. j . 40c
Sugar ' '7Jc
Oblisk Flour -- v -V. ;3ic
Buckwheat, per pkg. f 'j; 10 tr 18c
Shrnd Wheat, per jikg. ' 12,0
. Hyde Co. R. P. Oats, Burt
Oats, Hairy .Vetch, : Rape,'
Crimson Clover," Alfalfa, Hay,
Oats, Corn, Corn Meal, Cot
ton Seed Meal,: Hulls, Rraii,
Shipstuff, Beet Puip, Dairy
Molasses f Fsed, Distillers
Grain, hiphest in Protein of
any stock feed o"n the mark
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Am prepareJ to do all kinds' of work
in concrete. Wslks, Steps, Poncing,
Basements, tc Only high-grade woik
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It is a very serious matter to Si.k
far one' medicine' snd hav tha
wrong one given you. For tbin
reason ws urge you In buying t j
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