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I FILLER I
18 LB3 .
' Kotli of these are
fertilizers, but they
aro very different.
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POTASH - ' II
If you prefer ready-mixed fer
tilizers, instst on having enough
Potash in them to raise the crop
as well as to raise the price. Crops
contain more than three times as much Potash as phosphoric acid.
It m found years a so tbat tWani position ' " one br adding enouuh husk to mil It tiiht.
of the crop n not a sure emUe to the most To increase the Potato 4 per cent, (for
profitable lertiliicr, but itcorknotiakeavrrr cotton and train), add one bat Muriate of
mart man to figure out tl.nt a weli-balracti Potaah per ton of fertiliser; to in create it
hnlliicr akeald coou.a at fcii ii ouch Potatk 9 per cent, (truck, potatoes, tobacco, corn.
aaPaaaaherlcAcM. Instrton having it so.' -.- etc.). add two bags Sulpbato or Muriate
-vll you do not find ttie brand you want, make per ton.
Talk to your dealer and ask him to carry Potash In p.,,,.1. P-..,
. - Mock or oroer it fur you. It will pay you both, for aVOlUSH Kay 3
For particular! and prices writ J
GERMAN KALI WORKS, Inc.. 42 Broadway. New York
Hack, CfciLago. Ill .. Bank a Trait Bid-., tanaaaa, ti. Wbitaa) laaa Mag. Iwtrl-aai.U.
tapirs Ulg., Atlaata, la.
Shaft are Proposed For The En-
' trance to New York and
NORFOLK LEADS MGVZMENT
isttto Ai ifcNTION
Bcllair Stock and Fruit Firm.
'''G. T. RICHARDSON, Proprietor. f
have Full Blood Angus Bulls and Heifers for, sale
immune from Texas fever, also full blood Berkshire
Hogs. You are cordially invited to visit farm and
see stock. .
G. 7. RICHARDSON.
New. Bern, N. C. R. F. D.', No. 2.
Phone, Bellair line, 4 rings,
Iji Going to:
Undertaking Launched at An
- aual Banquet Held By
Norfolk, Jan. 4. A movement wa
set on foot last night at the antuu!
banquet of the. Marine Engineers'
Benefit Association, by John C. lilton,
Commonwealth's attorney, to perpet
uate the memory of marine engineers
who are buried in the sunken hull of
the! Titaattc. If the association con
tinues this movement it will be the
first organization in the world to give
official recognition to the bravery and
heroism of the 34 men who remained
at posts of death in the engine rooms of
the doomed, vessel
Not one engineer was saved from the
sinking ship. They remained in the
hold until the ship turned her bow
to the bottom, going down with lights
burning, propellors churning and wire-
ess apparatus still supplied with cur
rent. Air. lilton classed those men
with the . bravest heroes of history
Every marine engineer bears similar
responsibilities and Mr. Tiltori declared
thry should take steps to see that the
memory of those who sacrificed life to
ambition never grows dim. He sug
gested that memorial shafts be erected
at the entrance to New York and Liv
erpool harbors, with Norfolk the first
to head a subscription list.
Charles A Bond wis loastmastcr
I and made the initial speech o' the
evening. In a few words he explained
I the aims and objects of the associa
tion, saying 19L had been a prosper
ous year for marine engineers in Nor
folk and had been marked by almcst
no friction between engineers and en.J
Mudhole In Driveway Is
"-On lower 'Middle street, just
north of. tie Blade's building, is a,
space of several hundred square Icel
which is unoccupied except by a small
Yame structure used is a restaurat.
A section of this unoccupied plat of
ground is used as a driveway to the dock
just back of the Blades building and
hundreds of wagons' traverse it each
lay. For many weeks this driveway
has been a "loblolly' of mud and water,
at tirpes becoming in such condition
that it is almost impossible for vehicles
o pass there while pedestrians do not
venture to do so.
This spot has been the object of
much adverse criticism of late. Per
sons visiting New Bern are surprised
to sec such a place righ t in the business
d's rict of thi city and they as well aR
mmy local people wonder why it is
MEETS AWFUL DEATH
Young Man Falls From Train and
Car Wheel Passes Over Body.
A young man named Eubanks em-
p'oyed by the John I.. Roper Lumbir
Company met an awful death yester
day about ten o'clock near Camp Perry
when he fell from a log train and was
run over by one of the wheels of the
train. He died a short while afterward.
The body was brought to Polloksville
over the Roper road and was met there
by the mother, Mrs. A. T. Banks of
Maysville. It was prepared for burial
and sent to Nottheasr where the in
terment will take place. The young
man was about eighteen years of ige.
Tie was the son of Mrs. Hanks by a
' 1 ti . ' '..
Tail of thaUry Dragon.
On or On pecdllarrae of the an
cient writers on natural history sub
jects was the Implicit faith which they
placed In the genutueness of the varVl
ous basilisk and dragon stories which
were told to them. Bmnetto, for an
Instance to (be point, relates with all
soberness that "the basilisk Is the king
of serpents. He wears a white crest
upon bis bead, and such Is the abun
dance of bis venom that the air Is
poisoned wherever this dire reptile
jasses. Trees In which be makes his
borne exhale such a poisonous odor
that birds In flying over are so over
come Willi it that they fall to the
"The dragon," says the same au
thor, "la the very largest of serpents
and Inhabits especially India and Ethi
opia. When he flies out of the caverns
In which he makes his home be fur
rows the air with such violence as to
make It gleam with fire. His mouth Is
small, and be has not the power to In
dict deadly wounds with bis teeth.
In his tall, however, his power lies,
and with It he can Instantly strangle
the largest elephant"
ENTERTAIN VENT GIVEN
With bis left band be took pipe and
tobacco from bis pocket and with bis
right hand be felt for a match. He
bad none. . His fellow Idler ' at the
other end of the park bench gave him
a match and then let bis own cigar go
out In his astonishment at seeing bis
left handed neighbor light bis pipe
with bis right band.
"That's funny," said he. "Ton are
Just about the most confirmed left
bander 1 ever met, yet for that little
trick you use your right hand as If
born to it."
"All left handed people do," was the
reply. "Just think over the list of
your smoking acquaintances and see
if you ever knew one who lit his pipe
i with his left baud. I'll bet you didn't
I never did, and I have numbered
among my pipe loving friends several
men whose right band seemed nearly
helpless for everything else." New
"BLOOD IS THKMB THAN WATER"
Without good reJ blood a man lias a w wk heart And poor nerves. Thlnneet of
fie blood, or anaemia, U common In yoi ig iolki a well as old. Eipadaily at It
iuc cue wiui inobe wno wor in my veni ated lactone or thou uka .h.
up indoors in winter time with coal stove burning up tho oxvaen or amlttln '
carbonic (oxide) gas. This Wood, or blood which )2rkl,tZL!!?,?
in anaemic people may nave been caused by lack ol good fresh air breaUtedinUt 1
lungs, or by poor digestion or dyspepsia. Sometime people suffer interna
' rain over the heart which is not heart disease at ail, but caused by ImilaesVioJr -
Whatever the cause, there's just one remedy that you can turn to-Huowinii
that it has civen satisfaction for over 40 years. ur-nowin
DR. PIERCE'S ,--
GOLDEH MBDiCAL niSCOVERY
is a blooH clcansci and alterative ihat starts the liver and stomach Into vigorous ".'
action, it thus assist tie uody to manufacture rich red blood which feeds the
heart-nerves brain ard cans of the body. The organs work smoothly lika
machinery running in oil. ou feel clean, strong and strenuous instead of tired,
wek fiint. No'atl3'-. ycu can obtain Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis-
r-vcry t aulets. as wc I as th 1 ouid form from all medicine dealers, or tablets
by ina:l, preps 4 in $1 cr ..c im. Adrcss R. V. Pierce, M. U, Buffalo, N. Y. - '
DR. PIERCE S IRBAT !T,8 I'ACB ILLUSTRATED COMMON SENSE MEDICAL
ADVISER WILL EE SENT FR: R. CLOT11 BOUND POR 11 OSB-CENT STAMPS.
LIBRARY BOARD MEETS
Ye Bad Boyes In Church.
In Salem, in 1676, it was ordered by
the town that "all ye boyes of ye
towne nre appointed to sitt upon three
pa Ire of stairs In ye meeting house, and
TOLSON LUMBER &. 11 FG. CO
Office and Factory 129 E.Front St. New Bern N. C
Enjoyable Affair I'nder Auspices of
Lawson Sunday School.
(Special to the Journal)
De Bruhl's, Jan. Last night the
ployers. Short talks were heard from I Sunday school of I awson's Baptist ! William Lord Is appointed to look
several other guests among them F-'. chapel held their Christmas enter- ' after 'e bo-ves "P0D e PuPU talrs "
ward A. Richardson of the New Yo.k tairiment and it proved to be one of!"1 .trHU"ru ULUIU
Pennsylvania and Norfolk RaMioad; the most pleasing events of the hi
James V. Trehy, George VV. Harney, day season
kichan! A. Dobie, B. Gray Tuitsta
Walter IL Taylor, Jr., Clinton L.
Wright and Dr. James G. Riddick.
HEWS HIS FOOT.
While engaged Friday afternoon in
trimming a piec of timber to be used
in the construction of a small bridge.
J. T. Moore, who lives near Truitt's,
had the misfortune to seriously cut
SANTA CLAUS' Headquarters
My X mas stock of Toys, Crockeryware and Jewelry his left foot with the axe which he was
is complete and I can save you money us!ng in his work c i,lstri,ment in
u.. A! TTAitri some way slipped from the piece of
Special attention to repairing Watches
GIVE ME YOUR NEXT ORDER.
C. C. DUDLEY,
Maysville, N; C
dered to "watch over youths of dls-
! nrHorlv pnrvKnira nnrl fino thpv hphfive
The church had lieen ,n a i,
i lUt?lllt?l CO IVIIICIIC UliU UOC OUVU I , '&
' .1.. A I .1... I ...... .
appropriiiu-iy ueior.ueu ior me "c- and blows ns Is In Ms discretion meet. '
r.asion and together with the large: in Durham nny misbehaving boy was
Chrsitmas tree the scene was indeed punished publicly after the service was
an attractive one. An extensive pro-i over. We would nowadays scarcely
ravn had been prepared for the oc- i seat twenty or thirty active boys to
casion and the large audience present ! etber n, rh.itch if we wished them
throoughly enjoyed the entire event.
Short talks v.ere made by Rev. J. D.
DANCF AT ORIENTAL
One of the Largest and Most Beau
tiful of the Season.
(Special to the Journal )
Oiientol, Jan. 4 One of the largest
and most beautiful dances of the sea
son was t;iven here last Tuesday even
ing at iVlKlyettes hall. In addition
to those from this place v. ho panic
pateti in the event there were a num
ber of visitors present. Music for the
occasion was furnished by the Aurora
The dame wa led by R. M. Hooker
and Miss Stephens. Those partici
pating were : Miss Ruth Simmons of
Kinston with Clem Hooker of Bay
boro, Mi?;s Pearl Johnson with George
Norcome of Beaufort, Miss Lena Ste
phens with Keneth Nixon of New Bern,
Miss Kmma Hooker of Aurora with
Wallace Hadncll of Aurora, Miss Joy
ner of Greenville with Hardy Thompson
of Aurora, Mrs, J. E. Porter of Wei Ion
with Ralph Thompson of Aurora,
Miss Moore with Robert Bcnner of
Aurora, Miss Mary Miller of Bayboro
with C. L. Daniels of Bayboro, Miss
Mary Aldridge with Ben Hooker, Mis- the amount made bv the cars on their-
Julia Stephens with David Fercbee, first diy's run. It wis moved and
Variety of Matters Attended to At
Session Held Yesterday.
(Written for the Journal)
The regular monthly meeting, of tho
New Bern Library Association was
held in the Library rooms yesterday
at eleven o'clock. Eleven members -were
present. Meeting called to order
by the President, Mrs William Blades.
Mr. T. A. Green, trusLee, reported
he had on hand $450.00 to pay Mr.
Henderson on the real estate indebted
ness, thus reducing the debt to $1440,0.
The librarian reported she had been
unable to take the yearly inventory
of the books at Christmas on account
of lack of helpers. The committee on
seeing that the library is fumigated
reported that it would soon 1)6' done
by the city. The committee on getting
dirt to fill up the library yard reported
they were unable to buy the dirt.
The treasurer Mr. William Dunn,
Jr., reported a bilance of $83.7 in the
treasury which includes $53.00 that
was j;iven by the New Berh Ghent
Street Railway Company that being
some way slipped irom the piece
limber and struck Mr. Moore's foot
with full force. A telephone message
was sent to Dr. Raymond Pollock of
this city and he went to the home of
the wounded man and rendered medical
aid. The accident ts such that the
victim will not be able to walk again-
in several weeics.
It means a lot to,
your guests to find
a cray.wett-warro j
ed room awaiting'
A Perfection Smokeless Oil
Heater is the very, thing to drive,
away chill and damp in a hurry.'
No smoke or smell with a Perfection; -Just;
clean, glowing warmth at a minute's notice..
A Perfection Heater give3 nine hours com-'
fort on a single gallon of ofl. p Handsome, yet;
inexpensive. Dealers everywhere, or write for
descriptive circular. V
Get r Ptrftction SmoMtrn OH Httr noageaW h
' - r , comfortable all tk rattoftka winUr , , , r 1
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(laoorporatad ia New JHr) -
Hcwark. ft. X
UNION ELECTS OFFICERS.
(Special to the Journal)
Jan. 4. The Onslow County Farm
ers' Union met in Jacksonville Wed
nesday, and. elected the following
officers for the ensuing year: J. II.
Aman, President! O. li. Basden, Vice
President; A. W. Cooper, Secretary
ini Treasurer. During the p3t year
the Union has added u large number of
new members and the work accomplish
ed by them hag been manifested in tho
improved farming conditions in thi
section. Ihe new ontcers are men oi
ability and the prospect for the ensuing
year is very encouraging.
While, J.E. Richard.-on, Isaiah McMil
lan, and Charles RK hardson.
to be models of attention and dignified
behavior, but after the boys' sents
were removed from the pulpit stairs
they were all turned In together In a
"boys' pew" In the gallery. There was
Gilbert Dixon and Miss Emma a boys' pew In Windsor, Conn., as late
Dixon have returned from a visit with as 1845, and pretty noisy it usually
relatives and friends at Kinston. i was.
Rev. J. V. White and Mrs. T. J.
White spent Sunday at Trenton visit,
Miss Estelle Thomas of Richland5
is visiting relatives in town.
Edward McMillan of Red Bank, N.
J., is in town for a few days visiting
,W. A: Dixon is having a commodious
building erected near his old home.
Work on the structure is now in pro
gress and will be completed in the near
Besides the changes in train service
affecting New Bern which take1 place
: today the Norfolk Southern is making
a number of other changes tnat anect
I other places to .a greater degree than
New Bern. Norfolk loses the local
1 train between that city and Eder.ton
The regular forenoon train out of Ncr-
folk will leave at 9 AS instead of at
II at' now and will run as local. A
train between Raleigh and Fayette
ville will also be discontinued.
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ASK YOUR DOCTOR
Subscribe For The
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For Thirst Thinkers.
SAVE' THE CROWNS they
are valuable. Write for catalog
New Bern, N. C.
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Others To FoHow Vbehly:
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61 "Sk FKONT ST. Y's.z'ieJZZr uizr 5 P. M. Phone 169
, PHONE OH WRITE TC' QUOTATIONS.
IS IS CERTAIN
The Proof That Journal Rreades
What could furnish stronger evi
dence of the efficiency of any remedy
than the test of time'? Thousands of
people testify that Doan's Kidney
Pillis have brought lasting results.
Home endorsement shouold prove
undoubtedly the merit of this rem
edy. Years ago your friends and
neighbors testified to the relief they
had derived from the use of Doan's
Kidney Pills and now confirm those
testimonials. They say time has com-
leted the test.
F. P. Avery, 190 Middle St., New
Bern, N. C, says: "I have no reson
to change my high opinion of Doan's
Kidney Pills which I expressed through
the local newspapers sonic years ago.
I begun using this remedy, procured
at the Bradham Drug Co., when I was
suffering from kidney complaint and
backache and it cured me.
"When Your! Back is Lame Re-
member the Name." . Don't simply ask
for a kidney remedy ask distinctly
for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that
Mr. Averyhad the remedy backed
by home tesitimony. 50c all stores.
Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buflalo,
N. Y. (Adv.)
An Incautious Critic
Almost the last work that Sir Edwin
Landseer was engaged on was a life
sized picture of Nell Gwyn passing
through an archway on a white pnl-
frey. This picture, in which the horse
alone was Qnlsiiea, was Douguc ny one
of the Rothschild family and given to
Sir John Mlllals to complete. Oue
morning a celebrated art critic called
and was much Impressed with bis
work. "Ah, to be surer' he said, going
up close and examining a deerbound.
which almost breathed. In the fore
ground of the picture. "How easily
one caa recognize Landseer's dogs!
Wonderful, isn't It?" "Yes, it Is won
derful." remarked Sir John, lighting
another plie. "I finished pnlntlug that
dog yesterday and have doue the
whole of it myself." That critic was
sorry be spoke.
Miss Ethel Wliitehurst with Charles
Miller, Miss E.irle White v.iih l.ide
Daniels, Mrs. Madie Moore with Jake
Brabble, Miss Emily Midyeitc with
Joseph Gainer, Miss Hannah Daniels
ivitb II. I.. Gibbs, Claire Everett with
W. F. Ewell, Mis Helen Dudlc
Dr. Potter of Aurora, Mr. a tic
G. M id cite.
s'cond that $75.00 of this total amount
be given Mr. Green to apply on the
indebtedness in addition to the $450.00.
A letter of thanks is to be written the
Street Railway for the kindness. A
mount from sale of pecan nuts on .
with library property amounted to $0.00.
Mrs. SI 1.45 is owed for new stove. A com
mittee was appointed to ask that the
Chapcrones: Dr. and Mrs. R. E. New Bern Daily Journal and Sun be
Watts, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hooker, eiveii tin library.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Boswell. Mr. and The librarian was instructed to take
Mrs. J. . Miller, Mr. .and Mrs. F. ('.'the Baltimore Sun from Mr. Johnson
Gcndreau. for one month. The following mag.l-
Stags: G, lltidgins, Charles Sprintilc zincs were ordered for the year: Youth's
and (.land v neat ley oi ueatoori, t ompamon, narper s, Review ui ie
Nelson. An-jl and Mr. l'intur of New j views, Ladies Home Journal, Saturday
A. i Evening Post. Everybody's, Munsey's,
, ! The Craftsman. The committee re-
ported the play for the benefit of the
i lilirarv is progressing nicely and will
j be put on wry soon. No further busL
Brinson und Miss Hooker noss the meeting adjourned.'
Bern, Mr. Hart of Raleigh
Thompson of Aurora.
POPULAR COUPLE WED
Surprise Friejids. j
A marriage that came as a surprise j
to the many friends of the contracting j
parties occurred Tuesday afternoon last
at Goldsboro when Miss l.ela I. Hooker
of Bayboro hc:;mc the nridc of Frank
C. Brinson also ol Bayboro. The
bride is one of Pamlico Comity's most1
attentive and popular young ladies'
and has a host ol fri.-ntls all oer t IR
RESOLUTIONS FOR MR.
Whereas, on the first day of Decem
ber. WU Mr. George B.t Pendleton,
our former Cashier, tendered his resig
nation, eflective on said date, for the
purpose of accepting a position with
Mr. Brim..;'.i i the clerk of i t he Trust Company ot Georgia, in
Pamlico County Superior Co rt. Mr.
and Mrs. Brinson returned to Bayboro
Wednrsdav mornine. Mr-, tiriuson is a
sler of Clem Hni.b-r, Vih, holds a
. . . . . . . , t . i.
position witn tne local nrnm n oi me
rmour Picking Company.
Danial Was a Worker.
Truly there were giants In colonial
days. One Daniel Leake of Salisbury.
N. H., made during bis lifetime and
was paid for 1,000,000 shingles. Dur
ing the years be was accomplishing
this colossal work be cleared 300 acres
of land, tnpped for twenty years st
least 600 maple trees, making some
times 4,000 pounds of sugar a year. He
could mow six acres a day, giving nine
tons of bay. His strong, long arms-cut
a swath twelve feet wide. In bis spare
time be worked as a cooper, and ho
was a famous drum maker.
King of Externals
iSells itself wherever
t introduced Imitators
Knave tried to imitate,
and substitution has
been attempted. But
once GOWANS always
Qowans for inflammation,
ghrea ut pleiwm (n rttom
mentt Gowmm Preparation for
InttumniHlioii, tiftrvinlly ot tit
throat nd ehmt, Wt Aart milil
UowuitH Preparation for many
yuan nrl never hud a tomftluint.
UURLimTQS DtWU CO..
, Burlington, A'. C.
BUY TO-DAY! HAVE IT MIKE HCXE
All Dmaaiala 1. . SO. 3S.
tOWAN MEDICAL CO.. a -IihhUi4.
atl ami rli.4U at fast Irtiiltl
A 8aeret Dsfinad.
A secret is a thing which you com
municate to one whom you can trust
He In turn tells It to somebody that be
can trust and that somebody reveals
It to another somebody whom be can
trust And so It goes the rounds, but
U la still a secret although everybody
-1 Not to Blame.
Father (sternly) Now, Sophia, some
thing- most be done to reduce your ex
penses. Zoo are. actually spending
more than your allowance. Daughter
It ton't my fault father. I've done mj
best to get yon to Increase it Brook
Her Father I Judge a man, sir, by
(ha company be keeps.
- The Suitor Then I'm all right for
I've been keeping company with your
daughter for over two years.
Good Intsntlona, -"He
"Maybe so. maybe so. but 1 Ored him
because be's too blamed willing to let
It go at tbaf-Detrolt Fret Press.
A nan should be nprlgbt not be kept
"For man? years 1 was troubled, in
snite of all so-called remedies I used.
At last I found quick relief and cure
ia those mild, yet thorough and
1 Ailolph Bchlnirock, Buffalo, N.Y.
U 85 CENTS PER BOTTtE AT ALL DRIlfifS'ST..
NEW LAW LOWERS PRICES
Chief Function of Parcel Post Fx-
plained by Representative Lewis.
Washington, Jan. Opportunity
or housewives to bay real country
utter ,--ggs and poultry direr; from
farmers is the chief function of the
new parcel post system, accotding to
epresentative David J. Lewis, of
Maryland, co-author of the law.
'The housewives in a village or
own horn wnt.-n a rural route si arts
an make practical use of the parcels
.. . t't-i. .. im
post, said Lewis. ne can oroer
irect from the producer in her 'zone .
Suppose she needs two pounds of butter,
wo dozen- egs, two pounds of sattsntb
nd a chicken. She can ordwr their-
from some farmer and have them de
vercd to her kitchen for 15 cents.
And she can get them at one-half of
he cost of buying them from retailers.'
Lewis scored Senator Bourne and
the Senate for insisting upon high rates
n the compromise bill, which became
law. He say the parte! post charges
or short distance traffic are entirely
C. O. D. regulations for the use ol
farmers .shipping their products to
. . , i
consumers will be prov,aca soin,
SrOPAT THE V
- When in Norfolk
908 Main St.
Z. V. HARRINGTON, Proprietoi
Rates 1.60 day; $7.60 week'
Hot and cold baths. Special
attention to transients. Home
T. V GREEN
L. I. MOORE.
C. E. FOY.
Atlanta, and the Board of Directors
of the New Bern Banking 8i - Trust
Company dcsiic to express their appre
ciation far his services and their re
t;ret at the severance cf his connection :
with this institution while expressing;
their pleasure at his promotion;
Now, Therefore, .Be it Resolved, by
the Board of Directors s the New
Bern Blinking ft Trust Company that
we have accepted the resignation of
Mr. Ge&ruc B. Pendleton with much
regret, and desire to express our ap
preciation for ' the service reirlercd
!y him to this institution during the
several year of his connection there '
with: his care and 'fidelity ti
the interest of the business, ; hi .
energy and accuracy ."in- hits
onduct and management of its, af
fairs; and hi:-- uniform courtesy in his
ontart with his business associates,
nd our great regret at the loss rrf Ins
cnices, and to which hiiii the' greatest
uciess in the new field of hi endeavors;
Resolved Further, that a copy of .
his Resolution shall be spread upon
the minutes of this Beard, and copy
hereof forwarded to Mr. , Pendleton
n Atlanta. .'. ,- . iV. . .
B. P. 5. Taint for every pur
pose. J.S.Basnight Hardware
Co., New Bern, N. C.
. "Bucks" Stoves and Range
J. S. Basnight Hdw. Co., New
KINDNESS NETS ' FORTH? N
Doctor Who r"Crubstaked" Man
Will Share In Rich Mine. -New
York, Jan. i.--Dr. Isaac W.
Furman, a dentist ol Baysboro, I.; I.,
brother of ex-Districf Attorney George
H. Furmin, of Suffolk County, was on
a pleasure trip in Ann in teiy.'ars
ago and met a "miner. w'. was penni
less, but rich in hope. , Dr. Furman
"grubbed and staked the miucr, vh
agreoi, if ho should make a "strike".
that the dentist wss to receive 1 shire
of the proceeds. - ,
As the years went by Dr. Furman
almost forgot thr miner,, ' He Couldn't
help chuckling when hr. remembered
he had once thought seriously he might
get some return for his mone..
But a few days ago .jhe dentit re
ceived a letter that startled him. The
m!nef had made ,hi long-hoped-for
"strike." lie also sent a gold ore
specimen that assayed $700 a ton. The
value of the mine, which is on the
"Cold Road," in Arixona, Is .'! to
be $1,000,000. Dr. Furman to-.'-; f
first train for Arizona.
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