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of leaving your Important paper such as deeds, wnyeyartcei'p
. mortgages; bonds or valuab'es sutlT s 'jeWelty, : fieirippntsX'
.-and Other articles of worth Where ihey will ia subject -te .;
loBsby.fire or "theft A Safe Deposit Box in -or (lrt aod t r
burglar proof vault will provide just the protection ybtj need;.
v and can be. rented for the nominal charge of $4.00 -a year.
f Storage for bulky packages is furnished to, customers nee "
V of charge. ' " f. .
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tK,l t!HM ' III'
THE AUTOMATIC EALL-EEA
will ease the bur
den on horse more
9) y m
than any axle ev
er offered, if you
are using two
horses get a vehi
cle equipped with
' Ma ......
llt. Uiv W1U JUU ' t, S ii. " -' . '
.' can sell one and save the feeding." And is the first and only Bali-Bearing
: Axle that can be 'sent to Anyone anywhere; and be a success every time ;
without any brains being sent along to adjust it ttsty-( ??
C. S. WAFERS a SONS, BBOi ST.-NEW BERN, N. C. -
AlwaysPays iiiMclLong Run.
--r The average man when it cornea to selecting a life insurance contract
will take at y old thing that comes along. Its a ease of "marry in haste
and repent at leisure." Hundreds of thous nds of dollars, hnve been
wasted and many families lef$ detltuto right here in this very town by
such a foolish course. The UNION CENTRAL LIFE is the best com-;
pany in America if the reports of .various . State Departments and un
biased statisticians count for anything, for exesllent insurance at the
lowest possible cost to policy holders. '. Gladly - explained without the
'least obligation on your part . ' ' - i. '-.VW-" .iV
W. G. BOYD, Agent
Real Estate ' General Insurance. '. ' Surety Bonds.
You Don't Buy a Stove
. every month, so that when you
do buy, you want to look around
a little and see where you can' get
the greatest satisfaction for your
money. We have a great line of
- Stoves here and we can suit any
pocket-book with our prices.
Gaskill Hardware Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR MAJESTIC RANGES V f
PHONE 147 ' UV T ' 73 MIDDLE ST.
IS tOOl PROOF AND
: EVERLASTING- 4
BE SOLICIT YOUR TRADE
. on all kinds of coal for heating
ard cooking in the house, for the -
furnace In shop or store, for steam
- tag purposes in factory or mill,",
' fully confident of the quality of
our fuel, its cleanliness and our
' facilities for prompt deli very We
will appreciate trial, order. : r ;
Ellis Coal and
' - TTjNION POINT
rVasenee ofMind That Stopped a 8 1 Ids
.rt-,'.i--.;j:o Death... ;:Vs -7-V?-?
: On entering central Asia after a trip
across India Major R. IV; Kennlon
witnessed rescue which was due to
the quickness of decision and prompt
aon of a native. The Story is given
In r'Sporfc -find Life In the: Farther
Himalayas." The party, had started
to climb orer;tne pass failed Mintaks
by jnoohUght,' The cold Vas intense
and the' way slippery and uncertain; "
'No ona, having cro'saed the pass thai
yeari the guide took aorrong line and
led us across an ice slope that was
concealed, by sno'w.;-. The 4rst I kaew
of it was BMlng his dim figure begin
to siide downward, first slowly, then
more rapidly. We : were not. roped,
and as hid pace increased It 'seemed
that bo thing on earth could save him,
, Nea r the end of my line, however,
carrying a load, was a man of Hunza,
whoso quickness .to grasp the-situa-tlon
was only equaled by his resource.
Dropping his load, he sprang out on
to a projecting point of rock . near
which the man would passi and as he
slid by with the point of bis native
inado tee ax he gaffed him In his loose
clothing as you might a salmon. 1 It
was most cleverly and promptly done.
. f Fixing ths Ball Grounds. -
Hugh. S. Fullerton, the baseball ex
pert, tells in the American Maglzlne
of the! queer . ethics of the national
game.:', He writes!;.:;-,,,'','!.--'':; j;
"Fixing the grounds so as to give
the home ' team the advantage and
handicap the visiting players is the
commonest form of trickery, yef": In
professional bait It is not considered
wrong, any more than a commander
ift a defensive army would consider
It , wrong to prepare breastworks ' to
meet an enemy:- The extant to whieu
the fixing of grounds is carried . Is
amazing. There probably. Is not a
major or minor league grounds in the
country, on which the home player
have not the' advantage' and visiting
teams, are forced to be on the alert
from the moment they enter a field
to discover, if possible, what they ax
ub against."'-:.;';-, t.v -i; -;
The Right Ring.
Tho Father That young fellow whe
has been calling here lately Is a very
One young man. He has the right
ring about him. The Daughter (eager
ly) Has he? Have you seen It? I
It a diamond? :
Suspicion la very often useless pain,
CASTOR I A
Charges were lodged against Inf ur
gent Leader Kegley in the National
Grange, at Columbus, Ohio. ...
. There is little danger from a cold or
from an attack of the sriD excent when
followed by pneumonia, and this never
happens : when - Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used, This remedy has won
its great reputation and extensive sale
by its remarkable curea of colds and
grip and can be - relied upon with" im
plicit commence. . For sale by all deal
,. Nature's Protection For the Ear.'
, The membrane lining the canal of tbr
ear contains a great number of little
glands which secrete waxy substance
having an Intensely bitter taste. The
purpose of this Is to prevent the ro
trance of Insects and to keep the ear
clean, as the layer of wax dries in
scales, which rapidly fall away, thus
removing with them any particle of
dust or other foreign matters which
may have found entrance to the ear.
. . . Softer. '' i
1 have no doubt you have beard
some stories to my discredit,'' he wild
"1 don't like to put It In that way,"
she quietly replied, - . . ,
"How tUenr be hopefully asked.
"1 have never heard any stories f
your credit.'? said she. - Cleveland
Plain Dealer. . -., . .-.
For pains in the side or chest dampen
a piece of flannel with Chamberlain'a
Liulment and bind it on over the seat
of pain. There is nothing better. For
sle by all dealers.
YOUR MORNING MAIL
it May Be Da'ngtreue to Open It at th
Breakfast Table, -k y X
Did you ever bear that It Is danger
ous to open your morning malt at tb
breakfast table? According to a Ber
lin scientist. Professor Kren, and the
London lancet. It la dangerous very.
Professor Kron has succeeded In trac
ing several cases of contagion to. the
old custom of waiting until you sit
down, at the breakfast table before
opening and going through your mora
ing mail. He calls attention to the
fart that the average man or woman
goes down to breakfast with hands
and face scrupulously ' clean, teet
scrubbed and throat gargled. - In thai
condition be Is prepared to eat with
out danger of swallowing more dis
ease germs than may have possibly
escaped tfe watchful attentions of the
cook. - - ...
But instead of doing that be handles
letters and papers which have passed
through many bands before reaching
his own. Between bites he opens en
velones and wrappers and In doing so
unthinkingly paves the way for the
absorption of all kinds of gofms which
may or may not do blm a great deal
of harm. . , . ... .
It has long been the custom In man;
well regulated households where th
break f ant hour Is fixed somewhat latf
and where the mall carrier gets around
before breakfast Is sen-ed to place
each portion's morning letters by hi
or her plate In the dining room. This
snys the Lancet, Is a custom wlil-b
should bo abolished at once. Letter
slnmlil Ie opi-tu-d and read e!!!icr lo
fi,''B or af;er br- ' 'ntt, but' r---.-r a
I':,. (:,,'.:.: ' t. .. 1 ' ' f f -1
Finally Cured by Lydia E. Vn&
barn's Vegetalile Cdmpoundj
Erie, Pa.'r'suffefed'f or fl vefrears
from female troubles and at lasf has
- V fa ad' . th'py ; did
sister advised-jme to
try Lydia E,i,Hiifci
when I hacl'taktsu
only- two' botttes .1
eould . se6 -'av ' big
Isir bottles and I am"
J rioV stronir and well
again.. I don't know how to express
my thanks for the good it has dune mis
and i hope an sutiering women will
give Lydia E. Pinkhahi's Vegetable
Compound a trial. ; It was worth its
weight In gold." Mrs, J. P. Endlich,
B.F. D. No, 7, Erie, Pa.
Lydia E. PinWiam's Vegetable Com
pound, made 'from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotic or harm
ful drugs, and to-day holds ' the record
for the largest number of actual cities
Of female diseases we know of, and
thousands of voluntary testimonials
are on file in the Pinkham laboratory
at Lynn, Mass., from women w ho have
been cured from almost every form' of
female complaints, such as inflamma
tion, nlceratlon. displawnients, fibroid
tumors. Irregularities, iierioic pains,
backache, indigestion and nervous
prostration. Every suffering woman
owes it to herself to give Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound a trial.
If you want special advice write
Mrs.Pinkliam, Lynn, Mass., for it.
It is free and. always helpful.
SPAIN'S NATIONAL ANTHEM.
"La Marcha Rsalle" Was Composed by
Frederick the Greet.
Frederick the Great was the com
poser of the Spanish national unthein.
Frederick's ambitions were varied. He
performed on the flute. He desired to
be thought a poet. He quoted Latin,
but his quotation would have made
Cicero stare and gasp'. Jur1ng that
remarkable friendship which existed
between him and Voltaire the uuthor
of the "Henrlade' excluiuied with de
rision, "See the dirty linen I have to
wash," holding up Frederick's1 manu
script, which had been sent hini to re
vise. In the field tie. great warrior
carried about his own poems lu his
pocket and a bottle of poison, so that
he should not be taken alive. Meuzel's
picture depicts the king with hn llute,
and Bach dedicated to him one of his
The story of the composition of the
Spanish national anthem la full of in
terest. A little while after the conelu
SloB of the Seven Years' war Frederick
It a court reception to the surprise of
every one produced u man h which be
bad composed. The SpaulsU umbussa
dor, both a musidtm and courtier,
asked for a copy to send to his royal
master, CharJes III. That monarch
admirea the piece, an 1 It was often
beard at the Escurlul. After a time it
was laid aside and almost forgotten.
In 1869, after the deposition of Isabel
la, Marshal Serrano instituted a com
petition among composers for u nation
al anthem. Some 500 composition;
were sent It, but none of them was so
Inspiring as Frederick's march, which
had been exhumed from the archives.
This was chosen find Is today known
M "La Marcha Ilea lie." l.oudou Ulobe.
CASTOR I A
. lot Infants and Children.
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
a Aviator Fowler crashed into a tree at
El Paso. Tex., recently, damaging his
machine, , : ' ,
"I do not behave there ia any . other
medicine so good for whooping cough
as Chamber fain 's Cough Remedy,"
writes Mrs, Francis Turwn. Junction
City, Ore. ' This remedy is also uniur-
pasata lor corns and eroup. ' for aale
by all dealers, t . I - '
Greatly Reduced Rates to New
Bern,'N. C.i Nov. 22-23. '
Account Aviation Meet and Agricul
tural Exhibit, Address by . Governor
Kitch'n. ' ' ':: '.;" '. i
Tickets sold Nov. 22-23. Final limit
Kov. 24. 1911.; -f V V
B. I BUGG,' 'i'W.'w. CROXTON,
; Traffic Mgr. ' , G. P. A. T
'. , NORFOLICVA. : i
J m-tj.ij,.ai.Lij- m - is
' It is very serious matter to aak
lor one " medicine . and, have ', the
wrong one given you. For thia
reason we urge you In buying to
u be careful to tret thorcnuiiio .''
Liver T.:ctae .
The reputation of this old, rella
bta medicine, lor constipation, in
d ideation and livfr trouble, ia brm
ly esintili'.hrd. It docs not Imitate
i fr f :.,iin It is Jirttcr than
- nnlj r.' t t o tbr la
' r. 1 r
PERFECT, STEELE BALLS.'
they Have Never Yet Been Made
-' ; Even in the Laboratory,
. One-of the needa pi the dmy Is'
perfectly" spherical ateel ball, and yet
It has never -been made even m the
laboratory, much less In the shop (or
commercial uses. , When we consider
the Importance of ball bearings for a
.tomoblleS, motorcycles and other ma
chinery the imperfections in steel ball
must appeal to nil as of the greatest
moment. Of course we make pretty
good steel banswhich could not have
been manufactured a few years '.ago.
Bo ftir as the eye can discern,, they ar
perfectly nec!cni, too, and ,ordina
moflsurlng lustruiiits will hot f We
10 detect any difference ia them, Dot
nevertheless they are not perfectly
spyrtfal.. - -.
A steel bnll foe automobile bearings
must be perfect within .0001 Inch, and
they are mjnib even more perfect than
tli's, .but mathematical perfection la
Ihls 'respect seems to be almost as 11
luslW as squaring the circle or discov
ering the perpetual motion machine.
. When the steel ball was first used tn
the bearings of bicycles It waa a very
imperfect sphere. It waa not called
spon to . bear any great load, and the
velocity was not great At the beet
the loud on It was not more than 200
pounds, and at Urn 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.
qucntly the load approximates a thou
sand pounds and th velocity la 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 impy-fectlon in any ons
ball would cause Trouble, In fact, It
Is Impossible to use balls with any ap
preciable variation In size from one
auoei1, and the more nearly round
they ure the better the results.
Steel balls are not only made more
perfect In shape than ever before, but
they uro harder and tougher. As
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
ditllcult of steels to cut or shape, and
tho work of handling It has developed
special tooui end machines made of
even harder material.
While we nave 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 or vital Im
portance 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 the
manufacturers of these little sphere
of tough steel. Harper's Weekly.
The board of visitors cf the Univer
sity of Virginia accepted the $40,000
gift of the Peabody Education Board,
This distressing disease results from
a disordered condition of the stomach.
and can be cured by taking Chamber-
lam s Stomach and Liver Tablets, tiet
a free sample at all dealer's drug store
and try it.
Felon's stripes as a punishment for
trust ci iminals are proposed in a bill
amending the Sherman Anti-Truat law
drafted by Representative Henry, of
DIRECT LINE TO ALL POINTS
NORTH. SOUTHEAST. WEST.
Very Low Bound Trip Rated to all
Through. Pullman to Atlanta, leaves
Raleigh. 4 :05 pm, arrives Atlanta 6:35
p m, making close, connection for and
arriving Montgomery following day af
ter leaving Raleigh 11:00 am, Mobile
4:12 p m, New Orleans 8:30 p m, Birm
ingham 12:16 noon, Memphis 8.-06 p ra,
Kansas City 11:20 a m, second day and
connecting for all other points. This
car also. make close connection atSelie
bnry for St Louis and .other Western
points. ' " - 1
Through Pullman to Washington lea
ves Raleigh 6:60 p m, arrives Waahing
on 8:53 a m, Baltimore 10:02 m, Phila
delphia 12:23 noon, New York 2:81 pin.
This car makes close connection at Wash
ington for Pittaburg, Chicago and all
points North and West and at Greens
boro for Through Tourist Sleeper for
California points and for all Florida
points.;; 7 - . ' , :''- ;
' Through Parlor! Car for Ashevllle
leaves Goldsboro at 6:46 a m, Raleigh
8:36 a m, arrives Asheville 7:40 p m,
making close connection with the Caro
lina Special and arriving Cincinnati 10
a m, following day after leaving Ral
eigh, with close connection for all points
North and Noth-West. ,, ,
, Pullman for Winston-Salem leaves
Raleigh 2:30 a m, arrives Greensboro
6:30 a m, making -close connection' at
Sreonsboro for all points North, Sooth,
East and West, This car is handled
on train No. Ill leaving Goldaboro at
10:46 p m.- ': ' ..,. ; -. '
if you desire any information, please
call. We are here to furniah Informa
tion as well as to sell ticket. - ,j, v
l. F. CARY, ; J.J. JONE9,
c.'p. A..'.i .v:.',i. . f.p.A.
Washington, D: C. ' Raleigh, N. C
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n of r!!U In t'-.e Li.
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NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE OF
. HOUSE AND LOT IN NEW ,
- V .' v BERN.
Bf rlltttlttr DOHPuf MU MatafHI I- . I .
oerUin mortgage deedaxecuted end delivered to
the nndanurned bv MlUa
his Wife, which mortgage deed and note thereby
"m-jamm tnira day of If arch 1902. and
recorded in book numh., mi ..... kto i .u. n
See of the Register of Deeds of Craven county.
" Mnaersigneo will on the 18th, day of Decem
ber. 1911, at 12 o'clock m. at the court house door
in Craven countv. eell n th Ki,rk..., llu .
eaah. the following described Und: Two tots
situated and lying in the City of Nee) Bern. N.
C. in the part known as Reizenatelnvllle. being
lota number 11 and 2J in the plan of the said
Refeenatelnville. located on the east side of Chap.
man sow Between Cedar and Elm atreeta. and
being the same land convavarf tn ih. u:,
Bpruil by deed from Chas. Rclzsnsteln.
JOHN S. GARRETT,
November I8th, 1911.
Having this dav onalinari . t-i
eeevywi Ul rur
nee Williams, decea-ed. all persona having
ciainu against tne estate of said decendent ere
hereby notified to Dreaant tha um rf,.i. uai
to the undersigned or his attorney, on or before
uie mt oi November 1912. or thia notice will
be pleaded in bar of their nu... ii
indebted to said estate are hereby requested to
mane immediate settlement.
This I7th day of November 1911.
H. H. PENDER.
MORTGAGE SALE OF REAL
By VirtUS Of a DOWSr ontjtinH in a nmlH..
deed executed to the undersigned by Petiy Col-
ina end Mary VenterB on the 6th day of April.
IB09. and recorded in the office of the Register of
Deeds of Craven county, in hook I7fi mm u
eame deed being- riven to aecure the payment of
a promiatory note, due and payable one year
from date of said mortgage deed and default in
payment of said note nnrt intamgf tk.
having been made, I will sell at the oourt house
door in New Bern. N. C.. at 12 o'clock M. on
Monday the 11th day of December ISII all th.
undivided interests of said Patsy Collins and said
aiary venters in and to that certain tract of land
in No, 8 township. Craven countv K Ct ad
joining ths lands of Edward Richardson on the
norm side, on the west side Willis Lewis' tract,
containing ten acrea. whr Mm vnAm, w.a
John Venters formerly resided, now occupied by
Aiex moo re; also another tract of land containing
ls 1-4 acres, adjoining the lands of Mrs, Jennie
Harrison. Dr. J B Hushes. J I.Hhm J. i
Samuel Bowen and Daniel Harriss. Terms of
Pursusnt to the power of Bale contained in that
certain mortgage deed, executed by George A,
Brown and Mary E. Brown, his wife to R.
O'Hara. bearing date of April 18tli. 1911. and
recorded in the oflioe of the Register of Deeds
for said Craven county in book Ne. 184, folio
The undersigned will offer for sale to the high
est bidder for cash, at the court house door of
Craven county, on Satunlay. Deoembar9th.I9l
at the hour of 12 o'clock M. all the following des
cribed property, to-wit: '
AU that certain lot or parcel of land lying
and being situate in the city of New Bern, said
state and county on the west side of Ash street
and bearing the number one hnndred forty-eb.
18. according to a plan of the estate of Joshua
Scott, dee'd,. recorded in Equity Docket, page
53 in the omce of Clerk of Superior court for said
Craven county, bounded as follows: Benginniug
at the northeast corner of the lot formerly owned
by Frederick Harrison, and running northwardly
fifty 55, Ave feet, more or less to the. southeast
ern corner of lot No. one hundred 145. forty-five:
thence westwardly along the southern 1 Ine of
said lot No. 145 One hundred HO. ton feet, more
or less to the eastern line of lot No. one hundred
156, fifty-six, thence southwardly along the east
ern line of lots Noa. 156 and 156 fifty 66. feet
more or less to the northern line of lot No. 147;
thence eastwtrdly along the northern line of aaid
lot No. 147 one hundred HO. ten feet more or less
to the point of beginning on Ash street. It be
ing the same land conveyed by R, O'Hara to aaid
George A. Brown and Hary E. Brown by deed
dated April 13. 1911. and recorded in the public
records in the offce of Register of Deeda for aaid
Craven county In book No. 186-folio 276. to
which reference is hereby made.
This 4th. day of November ISII.
MORTGAGE SALE OF LANlJ.
By virtue of power of aale contained in two
certain mortgage deeds executed to the under
signed by J. T. Harris, one of which la dated the
Srd. day of March. 1910. and recorded in book of
deeds No, 174, page 686. in the office of the Reg-
star of deeds of Craven county, and the other
dated 21st. day of January. 1911, and recorded is
book of deeds number 184. page 67, in the office of
the Register of Deeda of Craven county, the un
dersigned will on the 27th. day of November 1911
atthaesuithoueadoor in Craven county at 12
o'clock of aaid day. aall to the highest bidder tor
eaah the following described lot of land: That
certain lot of land In that part of the City of New
Bora, N, C. commonly known aa Pavietown. and
being lot number seventy (76) according to the
plan of aaid Pavietown. and being on the
west side of BloomfleM street in said Pavietown
plot of which ia recorded In .book 106, page
186. hi the offlre of tha ReaTieter of Deeda of Cra
ven county and bslng fully described ia certain
contract between I. L. Hahn and the aaid J, T,
Harris, which contract ia recorded la book nun.
bar ITS. page 471. In the office of the Register of
Deeda of Craven county. This sale is made sub
ject to a prior lien to J. L. Hahn for the balance
of the purchase money duo from the said J. T.
Harris to the aaid J. L. Hahn for the purchase of
ho Mid land.
T. P. ASBFORD.
October t5th. IIU
. Why H Went t Market. ;
It usually happen lu. this way:
"Jim." says sirs. Matin. "I see thai
the' best butter Is 3 cents cheaper at tb
market than It Is out, there at oar
grocery store. This If market day
Would you wind going down there
on your way home and Retting rue twi
t oaen eggs and some corn and a few1
"Oh, I'm awfully Vsorry, dear.1
breaks tn Kir. Mann, ''but this Is go
ing to be my busy day. I won't be
bonis till pretty late, and there are s
lot of extra things that 1 siniply must
attend to. and"- ' 'U ;
"Never mind, dear." sfya Mrs, Mann,
"I'd Just at soon do it i myself, but I
haven't any money, and If you will
I. . . iAii.. kin mm "
ivstv iuv e. urn UU1WI Vlll I -t. d
'Come to think of It.'S breaks InMr l
Mann rl(fht there, T w"i t be no ferj
ly IcKiiiy. I wag t' ;,klu(t about
t un- k. I'll fit t t mm 1 f f t
i . X v :
F. 5L Simmons,'
A. . Ward,
SIMONS ANO WARD
AfTOKNEYS AND CODNSELLOrV
IIW BERN, 1L YJ,
Office Rooms 401-2-3 Elks Building
Practice in the counties of nnvan
Duplin, Jones, Lenoir, Onslow, Cart
eret, Pamlico and Wuke. in the Su-
preme and federal Courts, and where
ever services are desired. .
OR. H. H,
DISEASES OF THE
ye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office in Elks Temple Next Dr. G. A
Caton, New Bern, N. C.
R. A. NUNN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practice In the counties of Craven.
Carteret, Pamlico Jones and Onslow
and in the State SuDreme and Fedara
Oftlcs No. 50 Crsvtn Strait.
Telephone No. 97. NsW Bern, N. C.
Lake Drummond Cana! & Water
Lake Drummond Transportation
Lake Drummond Towing Co.
An Inland Route, Protected from Storm.
Nine Feet of Water Minimum Depth
Quick Transit for Traffic. Prompt
Towing and Freight Movement.
For tolls, towinu anil freieht rates
apply at oflioe in Seaboiml Bank Build,
lng and at Deep Creek l.o k, Va.
M. K. King, Pres. J. A. Mitten, Sec.
J. B. Baxter, Supt.
J. T. Whitehurst, Traffic Manager.
Norfolk OffiVe Bell I 'hone 021.
BOUTmEHN bail n At schedclii
B. These figures are oublishui.
tor Information aa,j are uot guaras
NO. 11 Leave Goldaboro, N. C, 6.41
a. m., through train with chali
car to Asheville, connecting at
East Durbum, for Oxford, Hen
Seraoa, Keysvlllo and Rlohmns
at tlslverslty for Chapel Hill:
at Greensboro for Charlotte anil
aU (KalttU SuulU, aleu lui' L
rills, Lynchburg, Charlottesville
Washington, anS all yslats
Ma 131 Uavrt (loldsboro, 1.05 . m.
tor Grden.iboro. handles through
Pullman Raleigh, to Atlanta, cob
arjte al Greensboro tor all
points north, south aad wssl
NO. Ill-Leaves fiolclsboro 10.4B p ra
for Ureebsboro, handle yulluiaa
Raleigh , to Greensboro, coaw
Beets at Oreensboro tor Char
Letts, Atlanta , New Orleans,
Asheville, Knoxvllle, also foi
Danville, Lynchbui, Charlst
tosvtlle, Washlngtoa, u Q
lor further InformatWn as aay
Southern ticket agent or address ths
H. F. CARY,
Osnsral Passenger Igsat, ,
Waahlngtoa, D. O, J
W. H. PAKNELL,
Traveling Pasiengsr Agsnt
Ralslgb, N. O.
Instead of Liquid
Antiseptics i Peroxide
; I many people aw now using , ,
i Paxtine) Toilet Antiseptic
The new toilet permlt-lde. powder to bs
dissolved in water as needed. ' a
Fcr als. toilet and hyglesio uses it W
better and snore econouicaL j
To eleanse and whiten the , tT ,
-teelli. remove tartar and
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4.U UI9IUICVI 1.11V UlUUill, Ul'
Stroy disease perraa, and
purify the breath. ,
TO Kep arttueiai teetn ana y
To remove uiootine from the teeth and
urlfy tie breath afwr smoking.
To eradicate pornplrndou and body
-i-fjdors by sponge bal.hinir.
Th brat antiNeptle wiinIi known.
I'i Mi-vp und hi n-nt'tlit-iin tiivit, wonV,
! I t II- tis-..r. llu, ml -m.ui.'Ii