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XsSahUsael 187S ' -
' stiiishee) la Two Sections, every
Tuesday an rrtday. at Journal Build-a-0
Craven Btreet :
- CH4KLXS L. SUTXiri,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
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Advertising rataa tarnished npoo
application at tba otflce, or mpon la
lutrr by mal
finteiad at the Postotflce, New Bern,
N. C, as second-class matter.
New Bern, N. a October, 31. 1911.
EEA.L CAUSE FOB TEMPER
"A gentleman yesterday called our
attention to the fact that not only are
the whiskey dealers in other atates
sending their circulars to every man in
the community whose names they can
secure, ministers and all, but that they
are sending them to the boys and young
men here. Most of these circulars
come from Richmond the liquor dealers
of which city offered an insult to the
decent manhood of the State recently
when on the "boosters" trip they dis
tributed free samples of their stuff.
They knew that North Carolina had
voted for prohibition by a large majori
ty and that it is unlawful to make or
sell whiskey in the state. Yet they
gave away free samples to induce or
ders by mail, as under the inter-state
laws whiskey can be shipped from one
State to another, thus nullifying so far
as they can the expressed will of the
people of the- State. Now they are
sending their soliciting letters to the
youth of North Carolina, and this adds
to the infamy of their acts."
The above editorial from the
Concord, N. C. Times, depicts a
situation that it is to be deplored,
is found in nearly every North
Carolina town and city. It only
emphasises the local helplessness
which prohibition does not rem
edy, and which only a law mak
ing it a misdemeanor with severe
penalty, to ship liquor into any
community or state that has a
prohibition enactment, will change
The Ealeigh Times which is
not afraid to call a plaoe a "sa
loon" where liquor is sold, says of
its local situation.
"Now if some one can furnish any
better name than SALOON for the
seventeen placeB in Raleigh where any
body can get a drink any time by pay
ing for it. then we'd be glad to print
the new name. "Cafe," 'Restaurant,'
"Chop House," "Club," "Drug
Store," "Grocery," "Pressing Club,"
and a few others might be selected,
but call a spade a spade and a taloon a
saloon, Raleigh has too many substan
tial business men of integrity and hon
or and decency to allow the illegal, illi
cit, low-down and contemptible sale of
liquor to continue in our beloved city
much longer. This is the one sore spot
on Raleigh's otherwise beaming coun
tenancethe one big farce that keeps
our police department from holding its
head up. We often learn of the thrill
ing chase and oaring arrest of some
poor negro who is caught with a pint
of whiskey in hia pocket that be has
bought for somebody else, while the
brave official never even goea within
sight of the place where the stuff is
sold by the barrel at an enormous profit
There is one man in Raleigh who claims
to have made $10,000 in one year on the
sale of wh'skey since tte prohibition
law went into effect, and bia place
didn' have the name "saloon" over the
1 Here are presented two opposite
sides of the local liquor ' situation
in two cities. Can any one name
a town or city in this state where
one or both of the above conditions
does not exist today f The Jour
nal made the editorial statement
some years ago, bfter prohibition
had been in statute effect here a
few years,' that daring those few
years more profits had been made
through ' the local sale of liquor,
unlawfully,' of course, than, had
been ' made during the previous
ten years by all the saloons id this
city, under license and law. 'And
today these liquor profits continue,
tho' now and then a culprit is
caught,, fined or sent to the roads
or penitentiary. Is there not cause
for real tf-mnerance alarm in the
above situation, which today con
fronts the temperate and law abid
ing people of North Carolina t
SOUTH WEAK. IN ATTRACT
. ING IMMlClEANTS.
All the Southern Btat i, accord
i ' t the government f,;ures,
! ! i V i c o V . . 1 '
- : t t c
til Air f v
The Kind You Have Always
In use for over SO years,
7yV j7', sonar
"All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are bpt V
Kzperiments that trifle with and endanger the health pf
Infanjts and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing' Syrups. It is Pleasant, t
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcot o -substance.
Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worn s
and allays Feverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wii 4 ,
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constlpath n 1
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Pood, regulates tl e
Stomach Olid Bowels, giving healthy and natural slee
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THE etNTSUR OOMPANr, T' MURKAV TltCCT, NEW YOKK CITT.
to this country duringthat period,
and were admitted as qualified
The Northern States, and espe
cially those devoted to manufact
uring, got the largest quotas. New
York kept one-fourth of the arri
vals, or 240,000. Pennsylvania,
with its mines, captured 107,000.
The next States in number of im
migrants received were as follows:
Illinois, 71,000; Massachusetts, 03,
000; New Jersey, 48,000; Ohio, 33,
000; Michigan, 27,000; California;
23,000; Connecticut, 21,000; Tex
as, 18,000, Minnesota, 27,000;
Washington, 15,000; Wisconsin,
13,000 aud Missouri; 10,000.
There must have been something
besides just jobs in factories held
out to these foreigners. No ques
tion, a permauent situatiou is an
attractive offer, to induce a new
comer to settle in the State or com
munity. Hut less than 1,000 out
of 800.000 is ridiculous, is manifest
on its face that the half a dozen
Southern States made no effort to
As to manufacturing states, be
cause of work offered b'-m 2 speci
ally attractive, can be no reason
for the South not to attempt to at
tract immigrants. Admission to
this country now is a matter of
examination, physical, mental, fi
nancial, so that among the 800,000
there must have been raauy in
good circumstances, who if they
had been seen in advance would
have gladly come South and rakeu
up agricultural life. M-v.y lcUi
ties do not desire forei .-nnra a set
tlers withiu their borders su.i as
a simple business proportion ?t
trading immigrant; is no y t "n
dertaken as it might and should
be by this aud other states, and
there is a loss to the states failing
to do so.
NEVER OUT OF WORK
The busiest little tbiuea ever made
are Or. Kiny'a New Life Fills. Every
pill ia a sugar-coated globule of health,
that changes weakness into strength.
languor into energy Constipation, Head
ache: Chills, DvsDeDsia. Mararia. Onlv
25c at all druggists.
' Got His Reward.
Old Maid Bnt wby should a great
strong man like you be found begging?
Wayfarer Dear lady, tt Is the only
profession I know in which a gentle
man can address a beautiful woman
without an Introduction. London
Womea of the highest type,
womea of superior education ana
refinement, whose eliscerament
and judgment girt weijut and
force ta their pinions, highly
praise the woiJerful corrective
tzl curative properties of det
Ittlala'a Stomach and Liver Tab
I.U. Tkroc;hoct the many stages
if rirria's Lfe, from g-rllooj,
C..::r-m tLa ordeals of metier
1 : : 1 ti tit iid.zl.zj years, tiere
!j r ) r ':t tr r.sre n.!! r J
' . C ' ' ViV' -un
t! I"c a l -s.
J I I I I 1
Bought, and which lias been '
has borne the signature of
been made under his per
supervision since its Infancy.
On of Nature's Mysteries.
The zodiacal light, still one of the
unsolved mysteries, has shoWn very
regular pulsations In tntensfyr and
form". In n communication ' to the
French Acmlemy of Sciences M. Blrke
land has pointed out that these varia
tions atfree closely with the periods of
regular maenetlc waves of polar re
gions, and this would seem to jndlcate
that the zodiacal light Is an electrical
pheoomenou. A number of experiments
suggest that it may be part of a ling
of luminous matter surrounding the
sun in the plane of its magnetic equa
tor. Universal and Eternal.
"Yes. life Is universal and eternal,
for time is one of Its factors yester
day the moon, today the earth.' tomor
row Jupiter, lu space there are cra
dles and tombs. The red carbon stars
will soon be dead: the hydrogen stars,
like Vega and Slrius. are the 4ara of
the future: Procyoo. Copella aid Arc
turus are the stars of the present. Al
debaran seems to be already an au
tumn fruit." So said Flammaiion.
FOR FLETCHER'S r
The cities of Nan-Chang, Kwei-Lin
and Sukow went over to the Chinese
How s This?
We offer One Hundred Dollari
Reward for any case of Catarrh thai
annot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Tole
n. O. .
We, the undersigned, have known
r'. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
tnd believe him perfectly honorable
n all business transactions and fin
ancially able to carry out any obli
gations made by his firm. ' :
WaLDING, KlNNAN ifARVtN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
drnally, acting directly upon the
lood and muceug surfaces of the
ystem. Testimonials sent ' free
'. rice 75c. per bottle. Bold by all
'ruggists. , ; '
Take Hail's Family Pills for'eoa-
Tha Bott Ha Cauld Da.
"Now, gentlemen." said tha stage
manager at rehearsal, "1 want you all
to wear your heavy overcoats lij this
scene, aa It la supposed to be an ea
tremely chilly night" ' " ,
"I have no overcoat air." repllej one
sf the actors. Then a bright thought
struck him. "But 1 could put o4 my
heavy underwear. Boston Transcript
Tha best piaster.. A piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Liniment
and bound on over tbe affected pata ia
superior to a plaster and coats ooif one
tenth aa mocli. For aala by all Dwilera,
-' -. One Helped the Other. r
lady waa continually accusing her
servant of extravagance without any
real cause. The servant always 'bore
this accusation patiently. ., ' .
One day tbe servant Informed her
mistress that the coal bad all been con
snmed. This was followed by jtbe
usual remarks on tbe part of the mis
tress, who finished up by saying r '
"Yon evidently eat them." ,
Tha next day tha candlea were all
"Candles gone!", aald the mlstreaa.
"Why, I bought half a pound oifly a
fortnight ago." ' " .
"Oh, well," rejoined the servant who
could atand this sort of thing do lorter,
"I can tell you where tbe candles tut re
gone. 1 ate them to grease my tifroat
so that I could swallow tbe coal more
conveniently!" res rson's Weeklyi
Lame back is one of tha itift rom
mon forms of munrulur rVieuri' ' t. A
few a) plirationa of Cl.aml c si't- ;.h
iMiont will give relltf. inn lyi
f t a i r i
New soma Said tha AerepJsna Could
Newar Be a BuooaM. ;:. ,..
Sir Humphry Dary'a dogmatic pro
nouncement against gasllghtlng Is not
the only Instance of a clever scientist
being hopelessly wrong. , Tbe early
history of submarine cabling furnishes
two striking efcaaoplea. , Consulted on
tha scientific aide of tba project, Fara
day asserted that tbe first cables ware
made too small. Than ha aald that
"tba larger tha wire tha more electric
ity would be required -to charge It"
and in this quite. Incorrect opinion be
was supported by other eminent scien
tists. As a result ot this dictum tba
current was Increased until tbe opera
tion "electrocuted" tba wire and tba
cable broke down. It was Lord Kel
vin who by sending messages through
heavy cables ' with Incredibly weak
electric currents proved that Faraday
was mistaken. . '
Airy submitted tba project to mathe
maUca and arrived at the conclusion
that a -cable could not ba submerged
to tha necessary depth and that if "
could no recognisable signal could ever
travel from Ireland to Nova Scotia. -
In aviation the lata Dr. Newcomb.
one of tba most distinguished mathe
maticians the world has ever pro
duced, declared that he bad mathe
matically Investigated all the condi
tions operating against the heavier
than air machine and was convinced
that tha aeroplane would never be
any more tbaa a scientific toy. and
the possibility of an aeroplane motor
being reliable in tbe reduced atmos
pheric pressure shore 8,000 feet waa
by several experts said to ba out of
the question. Harpera Weekly.
. Seur en the Eights.
"Eight cent postage stamps are boo
doos," aald a postal official. "None of
the small offices handle them If they
can help It It's this way: They are
Just a waa shade different in color
from tba ones, and it Is no Infrequent
thing for a stamp clerk In a hurry to
band out a lot of eights when ones
are asked and paid for. It always
coats him 7 cents a stamp when be
does it Tbe clerk here the other day
during tbe rush hour, when tbe offices
are closing, waa railed upon for a dol
lar's worth of ones. He banded out a
hundred eights Instead. . Cost htm $7.
Then be got rid of all tbe rest of the
eights, and now he won't have any
thing to do with eights even says
'eaten' Instead of "ate.' "New York
Proper Chi II a,
"I've had cMd chills running over mc
all day," tbe thin man complained.
"Tou ought to be glad of that" said
bis heartless friend. ; ;
"I don't think I understand you.
Why shoold I be glad V
"Oh. well, you know. It la quite an
ordinary thing to have . cold chills.
There's no cause for alarm. Just
think what an extraordinary thing it
would be If you should have hot chills
running over you.' . -
Petitions for the repeal of State-wide
prohibition and substitution of local op
tion laws are being circulated in Okla
homa. - . ... :
' Doa't trifle with a enld la Mt arisl
for nradent man anil vamm If mav kl
vital in case of a child. There ia nothing
oeuer man unamtMriam s uougn Kero
edy for coughs and colds in children. It
1- . - . I . i . n
is aaie ana sure.- ror ami ny ail ueai-
The Vegetarian Oyster.
Oysters are most exemplary in the
matter of diet The oyster is well
nigh a vegetarian, living almost ex
clusively on aea weed. -. including . the
.minute , pine pollen of the : water.
Smaller animals form only 5 per cent
ot his food. . He is a methodical feed
er, always dining between the hour
of 12 and 2 in the afternoon. When
be wanta bis meals be simply opens
bis shell and lets tbe water flow in
through a sort of. gill, which retains
tbe food, allowing tbe water to run
out again. It Is only In frosty weath
er that tha oyster goes off his feed.
In order to protect himself as much
aa possible from tha cold be Ilea with
the bulging abell uppermost ' In this
position be cannot open his abell and
must perforce go abort of food. But
be would sooner' starve than let tbe
cold water la to chill hka delicate flesh.
Bless himl London. Chronicle. - .
A Surprise ff Swsgger.
. "Tea," said Swagger; "tbia ia a tur
ken ring." - '. . 'I.
; "Excuse me," said Bangs; "the cor
rect pronunciation of that word Is
turkwolse,' " ; . .
"No; tnrkeae, excuse toe."
"I say turkwolse." i
"Well, let's go to the Jeweler and
sak him." ' . .
"Bight" . : :,'
"In order to settle a wager,"- said
Swagger to tbe Jeweler, "would you
mind telling me if tbe correct pronun
ciation of tbe atone In this ring is tur
keae or turkwolse 1". , ,
.Tbe Jeweler took the ring and ex
amined It carefully. "Tba correct pro
nunciation," be said, "Is glass." Lon
don Tit-Blts. - .
FOB CHAPFED SKIN.
Chapped skin whether oa tha bands or
lace may be cured hi one night bv ap
plying Chamberlain's Salve, it ia also
unequaled for sore nipples, burns and
scalds. For sale by ail dealers.
s TVss tve Thus.
Ta, what does it mean when you
My that prices fluctuate?"
"It means, my aon, tlat tbey go up
and down. When Jt's eoraetbln s
you've got to buy t:. price gws up.
and when it's eouietUi g ynf e got to
soil the price goes down." JwUe,
Haf Dart Triand.
Vanda-l'm a Ust: i .. " 'f la r ?
t.'nd.- N4 a-.'.rj r t t : y I ',
t 1 I t 1 1 ' I I I ' f s'
; v, w' '1 y .1 c " n 1 -I
ma: mm. ,
JONES COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT
FALL TERM 1911. MONDAY, OCT. 30.
-All Criminal Cases. ;
V TUESDAY. Oct. Si; 1911. " y
i E E Eubanka vi Becton & Heath,
t Burney vs Foy. .-.V 'il : V'. '-'
11 Meadows vs Perry.
14 Reynolds vs Einsey. : (
16 Bell va Brinkley. ' ,. '
18 Kelley vs Johnson, ? . :J.
19 Lee vs Craft ft Turner,
22 later va Lumber Co. . - v.
23 Wimsatt ft Lumber Co. " va S D
";; White et ala.y; .y''v? -
. WEDNESDAY,"NovS 1, 191L
25 J H Simmons vs H A Brown. '
27 Eubanka ys Collin. . 7
28 Mungervs Green.' "7, J
80 Sykes vs Jones. ,
81 Collins vs Foy. -j "
82 Hargett va G W Taylor, et al.
THURSDAY, Nov.. 2, 1911. '
S3 Bell vs Haddock. :
84 Harrison va R R. Co.
86 Nelson es iShaw. .r .'.;: : 'Vr
86 Duval va R RCo. '
87 Duval ys R R Co. ,'
i FRIDAY, Nov. 8, 1911. :
88 Collins va Brown. r -
89 Dixon Bros vs J A Banks. '
40 Jenkins va Waters. ,
41 Munger ft Bennett vs Rhodes
42 Maysville Supply Co. vs S S Wa
tors et al. - : f '
43 T A Bell vs A C L R R Co.
5 J B Taylor vs Dora Taylor. ,
All other cases subject to motions, all
parties and witnesses concerned will
attend court on day case is aet for trial
as above stated, without further notice.
, J. B. COLLINS,
Clerk .Superior Court Jonea Co.
This 11th Oct 191 L
(j" There are changes in the above
from the Jones eounty calendar
that has been published. Those
- interested please note.)
The Indianapolis police believe Dr.
Helens Knabe admitted to her room the
person who killed her. '
It was rumored that attempts to steal
the state's exhibits in the McNamara
case had been made.
Rheumatism Relieved in 6 Heurs.
DR. DETCHON'S RELIEF FOR
RHEUMATISM usually relieves sever
eat 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. 76c and 1.00. Sold by Brad,
him Drug Co.
A Soldier's Reply. -A
soldier of Marshal 8a xe'a army,
being discovered In a thefi, was con
demned to be banged. 'What he bad
stolen might lie worth 5 shilling. The
marshal, .meeting him as he was be
ing led to execution, said to blm
"What a miserable fool you were to
risk your life for 6 shillings!" ' .
"General." replied the soldier, "I
have risked It every day for my pity,
flvepence." ' This repartee saved hi
life. ' ,' ''
. MIDNIGHT IN THE OZARK3
and yet sleepless Hiram Scrsn'on, of
Clay City, III., coughed and coughe l.
Ha was in the mountains on the advice
of Ave doctors, wl.o said he had con
sumption, but fcun 1 n help in tha cli
mate, and started home." Hearing of
Or. King's New Dmcove-y, I begn to
use it. "i believe it saxel my life,
ha writes "for it male a n w m.n of
me, so that I can now d t go d wm k
again." For all lunar dUess a. c-nehs,
eold, lagrppe, asthma, crotp wioo
ing' cough,' hay fever, . hmi r h ees,
noaraeness or quinsy, ' it's thf let
known remedy. Price 60e and i 00,
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed ly al
. ' A Persona) View of 8eward.
' I ' talked also With Seward, who
looked dirty, rusty, vulrar and low
need such words as hell and damn and
spoke very loud. I think better of Mrs.
Lincoln for her excessive dislike of
blm. "Life and Letters of George Ban
croft" ' , -. . .. ;
A Miatake. -
Circulation Man That woman who
ranted ber name kept out of the pa
per yesterday baa stopped ber sub-ecrlptlon-s"
. . ; - -Editor
Why, we kept her name out
C. M. That's the answer. Toled
Blade. ' .
Biliousness is due to a disordered eon
dition of tha stomach. Chambei Iain's
Tablets are essentially a atmach med
icine. Intended especially to act on that
organ; tP clean it, to regulate, the liver
ami to banish biliousness positively and
eff actually. For sale by all lhalera, :
" " "-. - - . .! : .... '.'
Alliwn McFarland waa indicted on a
ehargeof murdering bis wife at New-
air, New Jersey. '
A Chicago produce firm have surd
the New York Poultry Trust.
' L J. -.- - . .' J - 1
1. 1 f aT . - C
A World's Fair Exhibit That Punled
, f Louis Napoleon.
An instance of the obsession of the
mind by one idea la seen in a ludi
crous mistake made' by Louis Napo
leon in 1855 at a world's fair held in
Paris while ha was emperor. -He had
been trained to war, and be could not;
see a strange object without regard
ing It in relation to war. The bead
of the United States commission - at
the exhibition was Maunsell B. Field,
who tells in bis "Memoirs of Many
Men" bow greatly disturbed tbe em
peror was by an American invention. 1
Tbe commissioner was present st a
reception held at the palace. 1 'S ; ,
"The emieror approached me and
remarked that be had that afternoon
walked' through . our department u or
the exposition this was just before tt
was ,open to the public that be bad
seen" many things there which -inter-.
kested htm,: but that notblug hod so
much pleased him aa the exhibition
of vulcanized India rubber. . Among the
articles he had noticed .something
which had puzzled him - ever since.
He Very .much regretted that I was
not present at tbe time of bis vUit. , :
. ''Here 1 Interrupted blm to aay that
I very much regretted it myself and
that if he had sent me an Intimation
of his purpose I should . have been
certain to attend. 'f -"
" 'Well,' he answered, .'in one corner
I saw. stacked as one sees them In an
artillery yard, a pile Of vulcanized In
dia -rubber; cannon balls. There was
nobody there to answer the inquiries'
which I desired to make. Ferhaps you
can explain the matter to me.'.
. "I bad not even seen the balls In
question and had to Ray so.
"'I cannot Imagine.', resumed his
majesty, "how any preparation of -India
rubber can be u?ed for projectiles.
It has often occurred lo me that. In
combination with, other materials. It
might be made useful for defensive
purposes.' - "' ;;r ?.;-'"Viy
' "I was compelled to admit that It
was equally mysterious to roe bow the
Inventor could have thought spriously
of making cannon balls of It. After so
unsatisfactory an Interview the piniwr-
or probably did not think that It would
be civil to leave me Immediately.' so he
asked me if I took much iuterest In
military matters. I answered that I
did not any more than civilians usual
ly do. .': -- - - : ;';;'.."-.
"I was at that time residing very
near the Talace of Industry. Tbe next
morning f went over before breakfast
for the purpose of getting information
upon the subject which bad so puzzled
the emperor. I went directly to the
India rubber exhibit, and. sure enough,
I found tbe balls there just as they
bad been described to me. It was too
early for me to expect to see tbe man
in chsrxe. but there was n person In
bis place. I asked what In the world
he expected to do with India riiblxr
cannon lwlls. . : : v - - .
"'They are not cannon balls. be an
swered: they aw fonthnlta! " v
Prepares Tor Colleee, for Business, for Life,
A sMalthfiU tmnaphers) ptrradesi Uifi school. -tHroof
Ctuistiaa IbSuwcsmi. IdeaJ phrfical enrt
rtHtment. "Ood'a Oonntrj' ia tbe) (rmtliilU c
the) Wt.e RMn Jfountaistt. Hih eUaiisrds of
sehnlarsMp. lioetor erstem and vinrdy prlociplea
of American manhootintHleJ. AlMetlMMmur-Bt4-
to asAet jrut Itof. Non-deoosninatiooal.
Vnr MtilM. writat ' ' .
"A fine piece of cloth my boy!.
J I never saw you wear abetter
Rooking sirit !
; ''Yes, I am pleased with it I
Karj it madeTy a good merchant1
."tailor. JThe doth isjone.olthe
ryMMSNMHissMsaM fmm jL-
" OflatftUltaMrJ hhtKM
, , : - 1" " - .'"SS-SW 1 1 - - - , - i
; E"ty praud ol a Shackamaxoa
, suik We ban a lull fine of ttiete dittinctiva
' labiic. Call and be BiaHBcd lot ooa oi
thaa today. ' ; : J ' '.
F. M. CDADWIGK
. MKRCIIANT TAILOR
103 Middle St. New lrn, N C.
Hyde Co. R.P. Oats, Burt
Oats, Hairy Vetch, Rape,
Crimson Clover, Alfalfa, Hay,
Oats, Corn, Corn Meal, Cot
ton Seed Meal, Hulls, Rran,
Shipstuff, Beet Pulp, Dairy
Molasses : Fsed Distillers
Grain, highest in Protein of
any stock feed on the mark
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Fancy Cream Cheese 20c lb.,
Fresh Macaroni, Old Fashion
Buckwheat, Reckera Prepared
Buckwheat, Fresh Fox River
Print Butter, Heckers Oatflakes
10c pkg , Heckers Pancake Flour
12c. pkg., Fancy Early Rose Irish
Potatoes 40c.'pk., Cape Cod Cran
berries 10c qt., Very Best Flour
3c. lb., Nice lot Yam Potatoes
25c. pk, Nice Apples, Cocoanuts
Bananas, Cabbage, Onions and
numerous other good thirgs to
eat we do not name for lack of
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- . PRICES RIGHT " .
YOURS FOR CASH ONLY
J. L McDaniel
1 Middle St.' - Phone 91
' Prescriptions from . all
physicians, Quickly and Ac
.. Also a full line of Choice
Toilet articles. ' -
PHONE 173 .
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tor ona medicine and v have tbe
wrong one given you. For this
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