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CHJJOXS L. STEVES 8,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.'
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New Bern, N. C. November, 24, 1911.
SOME FAIR' POSSIBILITIES.
; It does not take an expert to de
cide whether local conditions war
rant the establishment of an an
nual Fair Week in New Bern.
What are the elements that need
combining to produce a Fair but
the necessary ; exhibits, amuse
ments, and entertainment, aud the
people who want to see and enjoy
these things. The Agricultural
and Stock Exhibit and Aviation
?Ieet here this week with other
attractions has demonstrated that
the establishment of an annual
Fair in New Bern is not problem
atical as to its success. It only re-
ares intelligence and courage to
. i.ogether the means that go in
to the making .of a Fair, on a
broader scale than that of the
present week for the elements con
stituting all ;that are needed for a
Fair and a successful one can be
found in this section,
. As to the exhibits those of this
Bection seen at the exhibition are
remarkable in variety aud charac
ter for a hasty gathering together.
No section in this State can show
more diversified list of native
. and natural products, of things
that come out of the ground, grow
-,above ground, come from the wa
teifoTrange In Ufa in field and for
est A gathering from these sever
al sources would furnish an aston
ishing exhibit to attract people
: from everywhere. Amusements can
be secured in any kind desired.
. Entertainment has never failed
, when wanted, locally.
. ' These are but suggestions of
Fair possibilities. The intelligence
, and courage that will co-operate,
can easily add to these. The peo
ple are ready to back up such a
Fair, and fully sustain the pro
moters who will show that a Fair
is to be established to meet the
needs and demands of this day.
THE ATLANTIC NOETII CAR-
OLINAR'Y. SHOPS LUG
Borne children are kept in sub
jection by bciBg frightened, and
some communities are held togeth
er by threats. But has any real
good ever resulted to child or com
munity through such . methods!
On the night when the Atlantic
and North Carolina Railroad Com
pany's shops iu this city were de
stroyed by fire, there was heard
the cry, "the shops will be moved
away I" Before this fire, before
the Norfolk and Southern had ev
er extended, its line to Raleigh,
there was this same cry of moving
away the A, & N. C. shops, when
ever the Norfolk and Southern peo
ple purchased five or ten acres of
land anywhere along its line. With
the announcement of the Norfolk
.Southern's recent purchase of linos
extending west from Raleigh, Is
again this Outcry of shops being
removed,'; 1 -, . ..' f -
The Journal has before shown
the foolishness of this cry. There
is no cause for even speculation us
to the railroad shops leaving here,
fur except as to being leased they
i re only in that 'degree the pVop
rily of the Norfolk-Southern, and
nre not subject to removal. In
fact the shops should be restored
; t once to the same capacity and
, ; 1 1 ty value as they were before
r destruction by fire. What is
' needed locally, is to cDCOiir
tlie Norfolk-Southern to iu
its plant atNew,Brn by
; upon its land, and so ill
s' not Just covering Its cou-
the Iouhq of the Atlantic
( Carolina properly, so
t, in ruiy of t!u; h':we
in in m an i ill in an an "mai 1 1 irMi'inil'lliaiiri i mi n i - - ' m
ALt'OHfll. a tl'U r.L-.t r
Promoles DigestionOr elTul
ness and Resixonlams neiiiw
ytwW . ,
ApBrfect Remedy forConlipa
tinn . Simr Stnmar li.Diairtioca
Facsimile Signature of
. NEW YORK.
xact Copy of Wrapper
itself in the commercial good will of
New Bern by buildiug shops here
that are greatly needed at this sec
tion of the road's severaldivisions.
The very incident of this continu
ally arising "shops removed"
shows thp.t the Norfolk-Southern
i9 not fully entrenched as it should
be with the business confideuceof
this community, or the sentiment
would not so constantly distrust
the management, as having plans
of betterment everywhere else, ex
cept at this point. New Bern trade
and all the business that goes to
the line of what was the Atlantic
and North Carolina Railroad, now
the Norfolk and Southern's is not
to be held too lightly by its lessor.
It was not so easily secured as to
now warrant its being trilled with.
DEAFNESS CANNOT EE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
ana tnat i Dy constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucuH lining of the Eus-
tacr.mn lube. When thi tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound of
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed. Deafness is th result.
and unless the iiiflamation can he taken
out and this tube re tored to its nor-
nnl condition, hfarinir will ho destroy
ed forever; nine ta e.i out of ! n are
causi d by CaUrrh, wh;ch is r.uU.intf hut
an intlamed condition of tiu iiibcoun
We will eive One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused bv
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free-
F, J. CHENEY & CO.,Props,
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Take Hall's family pillg for con
Certificate of Stock Lost.
Notice is hereby piven, that certifi
cate of stock number thirteen, issued
by the Atlantic & North Carolina Rail
road Company for one share of stock to
M F. Arendell, has been lost and the
undersigned will applto said company
for a new certificate.
This the first day of November 1911.
' M. F. ARENDELL
BY W, L. ARENDELL.
"I do not believe tl an is anv other
medicine so g.vd for whooping emmh
as Chamberlain g Couch K9medv."
writen Mr. 1 Francis Turf in, Junction
City, Ore. This remedv is also nnsur-
pass(d for eolda and croup. For sale
by all dealers. - ,. .,
The International Harvester Compa
ny filed in the Supreme Court of Miss
ouri s motion for a hearing of the re
cent case in which it was ousted from
hat Stata. . , -
-Woaeo of Ij highest type,
women of lupeiior tchtttioa &ni
refinVmciit,' wLoie 'kcernmcB!
tad jufljineat give weight m
forc to lhcir;oiinions,,Hg)!y
praise the wonclcrfal coi receive
and curkti-? properties of Qiain
berlaio'f Stomach and! Liver Tah
iti. Taronghoit tue many i tajci
(A woman's L'e, froa girlhaoJ,
tlirocgk the orrlcali of incth$r
koo4 1 the Jctlininj yeari, tiere
ia im safer or tr.ore TtllAlIe mti
klru Chi'u! erlala'i TaL.'c'i ire
Tor Infants and Children. ;
Thfc Kind You Have
. Always. Bought
' " .J "
thi cmuur eoMMwr, ncwtouk orrr.
i Our Colored
. A CORRECTION..
OnjiSunday morning 19th, inst, an ar
ticle appeared In this paper ' under
'church notices, "'"showing a weeks
preaching at Clinton Chapel A. M. E.
Zion Church where the following min
isters would preach.-. , Revs. H. C. Mil
ler, A. E. Lonax, J. C. McEddy and
M, Spruill, which services was intend
edfor St. Peters A. M. E. Church
which began last night 21st. with which
a great sermon by Rev. Miller whose
choir rendered excellent muBic.' Ser
vices will continue during the week and
all are asked to be present "Good music
good Bermons, good congregations. '
Aristocrat, of the Blenheim Farm
stables of Baltimore, won the first blue
ribbon at the Madison Squarn Garden
show, ' , ' '
How Lincolnshire Shepherds Count.
Ynu (1), tan (2). tethera (3), pettier
(4), pimp (5). vsethera (0), lethera. ;(7),
hovera (8), covers (0). dik (10), yau-a-dik
(11). tun-a-dik (12), tethera-dlk (2
pe(hi;ra-dik (14), bumpft (15), yan-n-bnmplt
(lfi), 'tan-abumplt (17), etc,
JiKSit (liO).-Froui "Shepherds- of Brit
ain," by A. L. J. Gosset , : :- , i
Chlnesa Business Houses. - .'-
Most of the Chinese business house
are owned by partnerships, and moat
partnerships nre of a large number of
persons. The Chluese who has saved
$100 local currency will' ot once in
vest it In a mercantile business and
become a partner. . -
Governor Colquitt, of Texas, ordered
out a company of the State militia be
cause of threatened trouble with Mexi
can rebels. - . ' .
QUICK RELIEF FOR RHEUMATISM.
George W. Koons, Iawton, - Mich.,
says:- "Dr. Detchon's Relief for
RhecmAtism has given my wife' won
darful benefit for rheumatism. She
could not lift, hand or foot, had to be
lifted for two months. '. She began the
us of the remedy and improved rapidly.
On Monday she could not move . and on
Wednesday she got up, dressed herself
and walked out for breakfast" Sold
by Bradham Drug Co. ;
F. O. WatU, president of the Ameri
can Bankerit' Association, said that or
ganization would; Indorse the Aldrich
plan of currency reform, i ;'t
: , SICK HEADACHE. h .'
This distressing disease remits from
a disordered condition of the stomach,
and can be cured by taking Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, Get
a free sample at all dealer's diug store
and try it. : . , : -,
-- ' A Surpriee For Swagger.
"Yet." Huld Bwncger, "this is a tor
kM rmg.".' . ; ii - --.v.
'EJCeuse Die." said Iiniics; "the cor
rect proiiuncltitioa of... that word., is
"So; turkezit, ewHso uie." . ' , .
"I say turkwoW - " .
v "Well,. lets go to the Jeweler and
nsk him." . " '.
"In order to settlfl t wnger.h said
Swaxprcr" to the Jeweler, "would yov
nilnd telling me it the correct pronnn
clutlou of the Ntone lu this ring 1 tnr
keae or turkwolsej" ., -.
The Jeweler took the ring and ev
o-uilned It hirefuily. ' "The connect pro
imn luilon," lie nold, "is glass. Loo
dun Tit Kits. ' -; , .. -
"I s'm plesprd to recommend 'Cham
berlain's Couglr Remedy as the best
thing I know of and safest remedy for
emiKhs, colds, and bronchial trouhle,"
wrneg Mrs. L. It; Arnold ef Denver,
Colo. "Wj hnve irvil it r. ' '
(fd it h'li n"ver f , n.ij. tl- . '
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DETAILS Kl CM
PMS AT an
Length of Races, Prizes Offered and
-" General Provisions of . '
Savannah, Ga.' The four - great
races which are to be run at Savan
nah on November 27 and 30, with the
prizes offered and other Information
concerning the respective events, are:
Grand Prize of the Automobile Club
of America; American and foreign
cars eligible, to compete; ' no more
than three cars of any one make can
be entered; length of the course ap
proximately 17 miles, which shall be
covered 24 times, making the distance
ot the race about 10S miles; the date
oi-.ta.6 race Jj November 30; the entry
fee is $1,000; . two cars, f 1,500 ; tnree
cars, J1.750, of the same manufac
ture; first prize (in adidtion to gold
cup valued at 15,000),' 14,000; second
prize,: $2,000; third ptUe, $1,000; in
addition' to which large cash . prizes
have been offered, to machines psing
certain oil : or .V mechanical " contriv
ances, magnetos, eta,' and, moreover,
$1,000 is offered to the American car
finishing first v'-i-"- vi.;;;
The William K. Vanderbilt, Jr., Oup
Race; open to Class C; . length of race
289 miles; date .of the race, Novem
ber 27';; entrance fee,; $500 for tsach
car. .The winner wiH be awarded the
eupr $2,000 in cash and a special "do
nor's trophy" for permanent owner
ship. . The Savannah Challenge Trophy
For flight cars" (of 231 and Including
300 cubic Inches plBton displacement) ;
length cj. race 221 milea: first prize.
Savannah Challenge Trophy, '.'Donors
Trophy" and $1,000 in cash; second
prize $500; third prize $250; entrance
fee, $250. i
; The Tiedeman Trophy race; open to
same .class cars as Savannah Chal
lenge Trophy;' except ' they Bhall he
of 161 and including 230 Inches cubic
inches piston "displacement; length of
race 170" miles; first plrze, Tiedeman
Trophy: and-$lj0QOj in. oash; , second
prize $500; third prize; $250. v v:
; All of j the races will be run over
the same course,. The .two light car
races -will be run at. tie, same time
on November ; 27 and the Vanderbilt
Cup race will Immediately follow. Two
days will then intervene and the great
International race will begin. -
ENORMOUS CASH PRIZES
Drivers of Big Cars That Win Will
-;v.i';".;lB' Made Rich.? ?: ; '
Savannah, Ga. Witft $ $19,950 - In
cash already . hung tip asjprize money
for the ; winners of the automobile
races in Savannah on November ; 27
and 30, and with the large majority
of .the tire concerns and - accessory
manufacturers not yet heard from, It
appears that not only will the races
set up records ror jtne annihilation ot
distance, but will as well place new
figures on prize, money carried away
by winning drivers. ' : ?; ': '." V
Recently the amounts were added
to -by offers from the Bosch Magneto
company of $1,550 for the winners who
are equipped with Bosch magnetos
and by the Findelsen & Kropf Man
ufacturing .company; makers of ; the
Rayfleld carburetter of $2,500..
These with the previous offer of .the
Remy Eaectrio company of $4,250 to
those winning with Remy magnetos
and the offer of the Savannah Auto
mobile Club of $12,500 In gold to the
winners ot the events, make the to
tal, which will "be . greatly - swelled
whea the- other offers come In.
The letter of the Findelsen & Kropf
Manufacturing company s for the
winner Of the Grand Prize race $1,000,
the -winner of the . Vanderbilt .: $500,
second man in the Vanderbilt $200.
winner of the Savannah . Challenge
Trophy $250 and winner pf the Tiede
man Cup Race $250. . j.i-T -.
r The ' offer of the Bosch Magneto
company Is $500, $200 and $100, re
spectlvely for first, secpnd iftad-'third
place in the Grand Prize; $200, $50,
am) $50 for first, second and third In,
the Vanderbilt; $100, $30 and $50 for
the Tiedeman. Trophy and the same
for the Savannah Challenge , Trophy.-
All these' prizes are offered with the
proviso that the winners '. must be
equipped with the product of the com
pany offering the prize. C The gold
prizes offered by the Savannah Au
tomobile Club are without, restriction
to go to the winners. . A
WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS ; ,
will; BE AT SAVANNAH
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Never. Before .Has ,8uch y Galaxy
. ' Been Gotten Together. k 2
y Savannah, Ga.-rAmoug the. famous
drivers . who will pilot cars in 'the
great Vanderbilt cup, "International
Grand Prize,-' Tiedeman Trophy and
Savannah - ChallenKe Trophy . races,
which will be held in Savannah No
vember 27. and 30, .are liruce-Hrown,
Utirman, Wagner, ' Uaslo, Puwson,
llemery, II ragg, Grant, Miilford, J)e
Palmai , Tatzteld, Hearu arid a score
of .ptliers. 1 Those - drivers ' are
all world famous. Never before was
such a galaxy of .world famous driv
er assembled in one place. ,Tb
greatest rivajry pxlsU and It is knou
that these men will enter the races
to win at all hazards. U is "do, or
dfe" with them, for the race will make
the driver and the manufacturer of
the. machine rich and world fumous.
No amouut of money could purrhaRu
the prestige which -' winning then
races Will give tho cars. Tl manu
facturers have gent many tlioiiHniid
dollars building special cars snd spesd
madness will ho rampant lu Knviinnnh
during the otlierwlno calm dy of our
! '. T.
ACi'iKutsLECuE ' IJi
New Bern lias to Bow. to the In
.evitabh3 Scores of Citizens "
Trove It;- ; J
4 After readiog the public statement
of this representative citizen of New
Bern given below, you must come to
this conclusion; A remedy which cured
years ago, which has kept tha kidneys
in good health since, can be relied up
on to perform the same work - in other
eases.. Read this; : y--H ,:v"
'.- Mrs. James Day, 89 E.'St. New Bern
N. C,,' says; ! ?' suffered terribly from
dull, nagging backaches and I had acute
pains through my kidneys. 1 Whenever
I attempted to stoop or lift, 1 suffered
more intensely and Bound sleep at night
was out of the question.! In the morn
ing1 when I ' got up; my back Was Very
lame and tore and. I was also, annoyed
by a kidney weakness, ; Finally ,1 got a
supply of Doan's Kidney Pill from the
Bradham Drug Co., and it did not take
them long to remove my aches and
pains. -1 have been feeling so much
better in every way einca I took- this
preparation that I willingly gave this
account of my experience. '
TUE BENEFIT LASTED. ,
,'. On November 28, 1910, Mrs. Day was
interviewed and she added to the above:
"I have been free from kidney com
plaint and. backache ever .since I used
Doan's Kidney Pills some years ago. I
willingly allow the continued publica
tion of the statement I gave at that
time, as I wish to show my grateful
ness for the benefit I received."
For sale bj U dealers. " Price 6t
centa Foatejr Mllburn Co., Buffalo
New York, sola agenta tor tba-Unttea
States. - , t " '
Remember the Bam Doam!s-u
ake no other,
" her Act.' ' . '
"Well, hnve yon. heard thft news,"
Asked a -friend brightly.'.t. r'My? wife
and 1 are Rolng on the vaudeville
stage." A clever friend' has written an
act for us and we are going to put it
on next week."'-''. '- '
'"Good worl bid man," we exclaimed
enthusiastically; 'i "What Is it a sons
and dance act or a society sketch?"
"Neither it is a monologue.r - '
."A monologue?. -1 thought yon and
yonr wife were both in the act."-;
.- "We are. But do you know inj
wife ?' Cleveland Plain Dealer, i ;; ,
SAVED CHILD FROM DEATH. ;
"After our child has suffered from se
vere bronchial 'trouble for a'year."
wrote G. T. Richardson of Richard
son's Mills, Ala "we feared it had con
sumption, f It had .a bad cough ail the
time. We tried many remedies with
out avail, and doctor's medicine seemed
as useless.'. Finally we trif d Dr. King's
New Discovery, and are pleased to say
that one bottle effected a complete cure
and our child is again strong and heal
thy. -"For coughs, colds, hoarseness,
lagrippe, asthma, croup and sore lung!),
its the. most' infallible remedy that's
made. . Price 50c and $1.00, Trial bot
tle free. : Guaranteed by all druggist):
):',' '"-t . -, ., ,, -i-tv. .' i
. Felon's stripes as a punishment for
trust criminals are proposed id a bill
amending the Sherman Anti-Trust law
drafted byj Representative Henry, of
'i Children O ry-
FOR FLETCHER'S -
. The Southern melon "growers asked
the Inter-State Commerce, Commission
for lower freight rates en l2f Eastern
rads...' l . . ".. v,''v-:5.se "-.'
13 THE WORLD GROWING BET
T-'M .'J' TERZ . ..
Many thih8 go to prove that it is The
way thousand J are .trying to help oth
er i proof. Among them Is Mrc W.
W.Gould, of "riltshVP, N. it. Find
ing good health by -taking Electric Bit
ters she ' now advises other suffer,
everywhere) to take thera-''For year
I suffered with stomach and kidney
trouble," riie writes. "Everv- medi
cine I used failed - till I took Electric
bitters. But tnt great remedy helped
me -wondTfully." They'll help aov
woman. They're' the hi st' tonic and
finest liver and kidney renedy that's
male. rry tnem. Try them, ion II
see. 60c at all drnggists. ' ' -
,.'-.k..-i -j .contortion.
v f hnve been a drudge all my life,"
he complained. -.
' "Well," the Unsympathetic Old bach
elor replied, '"If s largely yonr own
fault Why did yon ever got married?
Look at me." " ' ! ''
, "Yes, I'm looking at on. That's
what reconciles roe to my Condition.
After all. (here are worse things than
dnuljrcH In the -world." Chicago, Rec
ord Herald. ,' .;-.
A BURGLAR'S AWFUL DEED
may not paralyz a home o completely
mr a rr. other's Ion illness But Dr
King's New Life l'ills a'e a splendid
remedy for " women. They gsve mi
wonderful bemfit in conptioation anri
femaln trouble," wrote Mn. M. C.
Dunlap. of ladill, Tern. It ailing,
try them. 25c. at all Drugvisla., .
Sciindlnavian :and E -glish Baptist
mmsionuriea at Hsian-Fu tnd the
French mission in Lolos Territory a'e
reportei to have been massacrd.
&( i i k. ' ' - -.-' . m t -." i. I
A',:iM'::;:T'".,,' ; :z.
PICKED .A .SAFE 5?QT.
He Wanted an' Easy Fall if He hfit5l!))
th Big Bear.. "- -' ',
The red hear of Asia lives In ll
mountain Boiitudes. rarely coming Iw
low nu aftirude of 8,000 feet. For tha
greater part ef the year he Is content
with a . vegetarian diet aud loads a
blameless and estl-icble life, but In
the spring be becomes mischievous.
nd then a man who pursues him in
bis native haunts must be a mountain
eer as well as a hunter. .The follow
Ing incident from "Sport mid Life In
the i- Further IIimalnyas,'J by - R. L
Keunion, illustrates the double danger.
V My GUgit stalker used -to tell of a
bear that . Was a terroi. to the goat
herds sent. to graze the. village flocks
In the Rakblot glen, not only a robber,
but. a trucculeut one,' who committed
bis crimes in the broad light of daj
and cared for neither man cor dog
Gul Sher "encountered him wben.oU
wfth.T.'a noted shot froin among tht
smalj parrjv of officers then ot Gllgit
Peblnd.them; yawned a precipice;. Iu
fron was the, big beast,- grunting and
slavering 'lit , the mouth. .They faced
me another Awhile men ould eonnt a
l-core,";and still T: did not shoot .Tut
bear ad va need. . -t j :
'. "Shoot!", cried Gul Sher, but, T. only
looked round Over Yin shoulder. Thfe
bear came .'on,-'; Then T. slowly piiFhls
rtfie up and shot him dead through the
head. - '-x't'". J-'i-'
"And why bad "not T. shot blm be
forer I asked. . -
"That Is what i wanted to. know"
the stalker said, "and heboid me thai
he was : Just looking- for the easiest
place to go' down the precipice in ease
,tbe 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
9rst thing to break a fall was a greeo
lawn of pine treetops 2,000 feet be
low. Youth's Companion.
: . FOR FLETCHER'S ' "
Capt. G. U Bumbaugh left Indianap
olis in a balloon in an effort to lift the
Lahm cup for long distance flight, v
For pains in the side or ehest dampen
apiece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Liniment and bind it on over the seat
of pain. There is nothing better. For
sale by all dealers. - i
George Bakhmetieff, the new Russian
Ambassador to the United States, ar
rived tn New York. -''.
;, SWANSBORO, N. C. .
All modem conveniences for bath
' . ing, and inside fishing.
: i : -.'H--'- " ': - ;t,fe -'"J
" BOAT LEAVES S
8 a. m. Xv. Swansboro Ar. 5:30 p m
110 a m. Af M. City Lv. 2:00 p. m,
A GROCERY MAN
has to be pretty well ."made: up" J o
please everybody,' our' 'shelves 1 are
"chuck full" of good things in the line
of Fancy .Groceries and we guarantee
every thing we sell to' pleas? everybody
we sell too, or we refund your money.
Buckwheat, Mmco Meat, Heinz Pickles,
The Best Fancy Candy for Cake Trim
mings.-'Prompt delivery. Yours lo
please, 5 j, - : ' , .
Imi Street .Grccery Go.
NEW DERN. N. C.
: "A iie piece c-f cLlli my LoyI
1 never saw you wear a Letter
looking 8uit'v ' J
"Yts, 1 Am f leased wlili it. - I
frnd it mnlTIy a pood r . ; ,
tailor. Tie tlwlli is ore i f l' : '
ft -' ,. '1
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FOR WHAT YOU NEED
IN GROCERIES. .
Fancy Prunes, only .. I3c
Fancy Evaporated Peaches r 18c
Standard 3 lb. can Tomatoes 10c
II g " " .::. 7jc
Small S. C. Hams . 18c
Small-Pic mc Hams - . - 12c
Very Best Flour . - ,-'..s -i 3c
Fancy E. J. Peas, can 16 &25c
Good Table Peaches, can ' - 18c
Walter Bakers Chocolate 'j . 17Jc
Walter Bakers Cocoa, can - 23c
Numerous other good things
. to eat at bottom prices. : i ;
YOURS FOR CASH ONLY
J. L McDaniel
'41 Middle St' Phone 91
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Prescriptions from '" all
physicians. Quickly and Ac
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Also a full line of Choir v
Toilet articles. J (
' PHONE 173 , '
: - We are ready to fill your
fruit cake order with all
the necessary fruits and
spices for a ' cake . and at
a saving to you. 1 ; . v
', The best of every thing
in the line at the lowest
possible price. J - '
Phone 174 Middle St
Hyde Co. R. P Oats, Burt
Oats, Hairy Vetch, Rape
Crimson Clover,' Alfalfa, Hayl
Oats, Corn; Corn Meal, Cot
ton Seed Meal; Hulls, Rran,
Shipstuff, Beet Pulp, Dairy
Molasses Fed, Distillers
Grain, highest in Protein of
iny stock feed on the, mark
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BURRUS " CO.
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