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Published In Two Sections, even
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Entered at the Po6toffice, New Bern,
N. 6., as second-class matter.
The Semi-Weekly Journal's appeal,
made a few weeks ago tor more
new from country correspondents,
had a noticeable effect as we inime-
d'ately received a number of most
interesting letters. Now we are wri
ti lg again for fear the ardor of our
friends will cool. We urge you to keep
the good work up. Help us make
the Semi-Weekly Journal helpful and
interesting to you.
We regard the letters from our
country correspondents as one of the
means the Journal has of being of
service to the section of country
through which it circulates, These
letters bring the people closer to
gether and tend to the development
&f a community interest which U
most helpful'. You help your own
community and by suggestion help
other communities by sending us the
news as it transpires in your neigh
bcrhood. Let us hear from you!
Some people think being President
is a hard job, but Woodrow Wilson
is finding it a snap compared with being
dovernor of New Jersey and fresi
dent-elect at one and the same time.
We admire the nerve of Mai. E. J.
Hale of Fayetteville. He is asking
for the appointment as ambassador
to Mexico. Only a seasoned old Con
ledcrale soldier would, seek an ap
pointment like that.
Dr. Wilson is keeping up his reputa
tion as a good listener. Most people
make themisiakeot thinking that they
talk better than they listen. They
might profit from observing the practice
ot the fresident.
"Senate does biggest day's work of
the session," headline over Raleigh
dispatch says. As usual saved up the
hard jobs for the last. However,
procrastination is a very human fail
ing and perhaps even senators should
not be blamed tor indulging in it.
The Webb-Kenyon act and the South
L arohna dispensary lawhave temporally
at least killed off express shipments of
whiskey into North and South Carolina,
express companies I aving decided that
they will not run the risk that violation
of the two laws would involve. -The
liquor people will test the law and to
that end have begun an action in the
United States Court at Richmond.
Both laws should be upheld. A State
should have the right to be dry if it
NEW TWIST IN THE MEXICAN
The charges of the New York World
that American Ambassador Henry I
Wilson incited or aided in inciting the
overthrow of the Madero dynasty in
Mexico gives the Mexican question
quite a new and serious aspeet. The
charges will no doubt be rigidly in
vestigated. The circumstances men
tioned to sustain the World's charges
are suspicious to say the least. It is
well remembered by all newspaper
readers how quick Ambassador Wilson
was to express approval of the Huerta
regime, also how promptly he accepted
and advised the government to accept
the far letched explanation of the slaugh
ter of Madero. It looks very much
as it this country s chiel representative
in Mexico has been acting the role
STILL DOING THE UNEXPECTED.
The new President continues to
hand out a line of large : icd surprises
He wa9 expected to attend the New
York Avenue Presbyterian church Sun
day. Instead he went to the Central
Presybterian church in Northeast
Washington. The pastor was taken
by surprise and decided that it would
be the part of discretion not to say
anything about the distinguished mem
ber of his congregation. In this the
President was especially well pleased,
as be is not a man to enjoy being made
conspicuous. His wholesome, simple
lite and homely, old-fashioned ideas
will go a long way towards correcting
prevailing tendencies in the direction
of rlas lines. No class can ever serve
An erica he said once and he squares
his life with his preaching.
TAX LAWS NOT ENFORCED.
That the inheritance tax law has
not been enforced and that if it had
been the State would have received
$100,000 from this source instead of
$15,000 and that the State is losing
annually hundred of thousands of
dollars from the non-enforcement of
the inheritance, income, license and
franchise tax laws are among the con
clusions reached by an investigating
committee appointed by the Legis
lature. It is the same old story of its being
Very easy to pass a law and equally
easy to neglect to enforce it. The
trouble with enforcing tax laws is that
too much is left to toe pleasure of the
tax-payers. This resulis in timid
folks having to toe the mark while the
sophisticated, "knowing" ones do about
e they please.
The State needs to thoroughly over
haul its taxing machinery and get it
to a degree of esjslinry far beyond
that to which it has at this time reach
ed. It is shameful for a State to be
r inning into debt when it has the laws
which R properly enforced Would enable
it n he always prepared to meet ail
STOCK LAW DOOMED.
Mr. B. T. Keith ret urned,' yesterday
morning from Raleigh, where for the
past two weeks he has, in company
with other advocates of the stock law
.rom all over the State, been conduct
ing a hard fight in behalf of the pas
sage of that measure, which, however
t now appears is doomed at thU se: -sion
of the Legislature.
Even a compromise measure, vhich
proposed to put that territory west of
the Atlantic Coast Line tracks out
from this city, under the stock law,
was killed and it now appears that a
bill drafted Wednesday by Mr. Keith,
and introdtced in the House, authoriz
ing a vote by the people of the State
on the she!; law question, will be
killed. Wilmington Star.
THE WHIPPING-POST FOR WIFE
(Memphis News Scimitar.)
A decided movement in the Eastern
states toward establishing whipping
posts for wife-beaters has rdised a
howl of dismay. It is a return to
barbarism," cry the penologists.
But what of thatr
Is not wife-bearing a barbarism?
Is 1 it not appropriate that a wife-
beating barbarian be treated as such?
I here is too much humanitarian in
dulgence of inhuman practices.
1 here are cruel and brutal onciul-
ers wbo can be influenced only by in
fliction of physical pain. 1 hey are
mentally and morally hardened against
any appeal to the sense of shame.
Their only developed qualities are those
of fhe brute, and it is to these that
appeal must be made.
A fine or imprisonment for the
wife-beater is rather a punishment of
the suffering wife and chilflren than
ol the man.
One of his coarse feelings must ex
perience much the same emotions up
on being consigned to prison as does
a dog that is given a warm kennel and
Efforts have been made in Canada
to introduce whipping posts as punish
ment for assaults on women, and in
Virginia for orofessional medicancv
The whipping post has long existed
in Delaware and Maryland.
IS THE AMERICAN WIFE SPOILED
IS THE AMERICAN WIFE
The eminent Dr. Llorente, physician
to the royal tamily ol Spain, said
New V ork recently that he thinks the
American woman is spoiled.
"In my own country," said Dr
Llorente, "a woman is content to be
queen of her household, but here wo
man want to be .b)th king and queen
1 was surprise! to hear that
some cases the American husband has
actually, to conceal the condition of his
linances Irom her in order to curb her
extravagances. Thus the rich young
wife's complaint to her doctor, a friend
ot mine in Pvcw York, would be impos
sible in Spain, where married peopl
are happy companions.
" It is so ridiculous," pouted my
triend s young patient, to call the ma
at the bank a "tiller". Why he won'
tell you anythi: e. I asked one the
other day how much money my hus
band had on deposit and he just laugh
ed at me.
ADVICE ADOUT READING
Be sure, then, to read no mean books
shun the spawn of the press in i lie
gossip of the ho. r. Do not read what
you shall learn, without asking, i
the street and the train. Dr. Johnson
said he "always went into stately
shops, and good travelers stop at tr.
best hotels; Cor though they cost more
they do not cost much more, and there
is the good company and the best in
formation. In like manner the scholar
knows that the famed books contain
first and last, the best thoughts and
facts. ... 1 he three practica
rules, then, which I have to offer are
rirst, never read any book that
not a year old; second, never read
any but tamed books, third, never
read any but what you like.
THE NEWS OF PAMLICO
Sick Imrpoving Farmers Hustling
Pan-lico March 12. The sick are
all slowly improving with the advent
ol spring weather.
The farmers are hustling now, get
ting ready for planting their gardens
and early crops as they are right
much behind caused by the inclement
weather of the past month.
The fishermen report nothing doing
l hey say that this spring is the worst
they have ever experienced.
Miss Ruth Hamilton after a long
absence at Norfolk has returned to
Pamlico ,her old home.
Miss Minnie Whitehurst of Oriental
was in town Saturday and Sunday
visiting relatives and mends.
The basket party and oyster supper
Saturday night was reported a grand
Mrs. Mary Hamilton of our town
is visiting her daughter Mrs. Effie
(ioulden at Atlantic.
Captain Jim Williams on the three
masted schooner Jennie D. Bctl is here
loading with lumber for Bacon Bros.
of Laurel, Del.
I apt. B. 1. Harris is improving
fast Irom his recent attack of pneu
Messrs. Herbert Rollinson, Vance
Woodard and Harvey Mclson have
accepted positions with Woodard &
Dean at their saw mill.
LEAVES FOR HOME TODAY.
J. L. Kearny of Perth Amboy. N. J..
after spending the winter here in con
lor nut with a custom be formed a
dozen years ago, will leave for home
this morning, stopping in Norfolk
for a few days before going on to Perth
Amboy. Today is the thirteenth, but
like his fellow Jerseyman, Woodrow
Wilson. Mr. Kearny has no antioathv
for the number thirteen, but on the
contrary regards it as his lucky instead
of his unlucky number, just as Dr.
Wilson does. It was on Dec. 13 that
he came to town and it was on a Friday
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward tor any case of Cartarrh that
camot ue cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cur . I
F. I. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by the firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
Hall's Catarrh Cur hi taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Testi
monials sent free. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
TUESDAY, MARCH 11
Mrs. O. Marks and daughter Miss
Hattie left last evening for a visit at
Atlantic Lity, N. J.
Henry Bryan, Jr., went to Kinston
last evening to attend to some business
Mrs. Frank Austen of Pantego spent
yesterday in the city shopping anc
Miss Hdrtensc White of Croatar
ho has been visiting Miss Edm
Watson returned home last evening.
Miss Etta Nunn returned last even
ig from a visit at Elizabeth City. ',
J. J. Summereil of Wilson who ha:
been visiting his parents Rev. and Mrs
. N. H. Sammcrell returned home
Sunday afternoon. ;
Mrs. G. T. Farncll and daughtei
MissHelen of Baybtro passed througl.
the city Sunday afternoon enroute homt
from Washington, D. C.
R. C. Morton of Hubert spent last
night in the city attending to business
N. E. Day, editor of the Jacksonville
Progress, was among the visitors in
the city last night.
M. H. Sultan returned la3t evening
from a short business trip to Golds
boro. J. S. Basnight returned last evening
rom a short visit at Vanceboro.
Edward Bangert of Raleigh is in the
city visiting his brother A. H. Bangert.
W. D. Mclver, L. I. Moore and 1.
D. Warren left yesterday for Beaufort
to attend Carteret County Superior
Court which is in session there this
G. N. Ennett arrived in the city
Sunda'y night after a- visit at Cedar
Point. He lett yesterday morning tor
a business trip to New York.
Miss Bettie Hancock Jett yesterdav
for Tarboro where she has accepted a
Virgil Walker returned last evenng
from a business trip in Larteret county
O. d. loler ol Askin was among the
visitors in the city yesterday.
lames B. Clarke and Miss Lilly
Way of Belhaven are visiting in the
city, the guests of Mrs. R. L. Way.
Rev. J. M. (ibbs ot Jacksonville
was among the visitors in the city last
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12
T. B. Parker of Raleigh, director of
the North Carolina farmer s Inst it tit
is in the city visiting his son J. H
Parker. Mr. Parker will leave for
Havelcck this morning where he will
insepct the fc-gypt Improvement torn
pany s plantation.
L. V. Kawls ol 1 amlico spent yester
day in the city.
Miss Ei.U Col? left yesterday fo
Kinston where slu will visit -Miss In
Miss Daisie Edwards returned yes
terday Irom a visit with lriends at
W. T. Caho, editor of The Bayhoro
Sjntinel, was in t e lty ye terday
THURSDAY, MARCH 13
K. M. 1 ingle ol Allainre spent yes
terday in the city with lriends.
Mrs. J. E. Boswell of Orineta! wa
in the city yesterday visiting friends
Geo. H. Roberts, Sr. left last evening
for a short business trip to Oriental.
Edward Bangert of Raleigh, who has
been visiting his brother A. H. Bangert,
returned home last evening.
Henry VVhorton ol Ashwood was
among the visitors in the city yesterday.
Mrs. T. D. Warren left yesterday for
a visit with relatives at Kinston.
Mrs. P. H. Pelletier of New York
is the guest of Mrs. M. M. Marks.
J. E. Register of Clark's was amonjj
the business visitors in the city yester
day. DIES VERY SUDDENLY
Heart Failure Causes Demise
Morehead City Lady.
(Special to the Journal)
Morehead City, March 12. Mrs.
M. C. Klien died very suddenly at
her home last night of heart-failure
and the whole community mourns her
Only a few hours before, she was
hostess to quite a numberof friends
who left her in her usual good health.
She retired about 11 o'clock and short
ly a'tcrwa-ds anm unced to her daugh
ter that she was ill. A physician was
promptly summoned but was unable
to relieve her and she passed away at
She leaves her husband, two sons,
John and Frank, and one daughter,
Amie. Besides her husband and chil
dren she is survived by an aged mother,
Mrs. Amanda Howcrton, four sister,'
and two brothers Miss Calvinc Hower
ton, of Washington City, Miss Fannie
Howcrton and Mrs. William Clark,"
of New Bern, and Mrs. Addic F. Jones
of this city; Mr. William Howcrton
of Norfolk, Va., and Mrs. Haywood
Howcrton of Indian Head, Md., The
funeral services will Le held from the
Mcthosidt church tomorrow afternoon
conducted by her rlastor Rev. Fur-lid
Mcthorter, and interment will be
made in Bay View Cemetery.
VICTIM OF MOTORCYCLE ACCI
DENT ABLE TO BE OUT.
After being confined to his home
since Sunday last when he was injured
be being thrown from a motorcycle,
AUie Cook was yesterday able to be
out. Mr. Cook had a miraculous escape
from serious or perhaps fatal iniurv
and still bears scratches and bruises
which he received when he struck the
ground after being thrown irom the
CRITICIZE MARKET DOCK.
Considerable unfavorable comment
and criticism is being heard in regards
to the condition of the market do k,
specially at the point where the boaru
walk connects with the sidewalk. One
prominent citizen who operates a fish
house on the dock stated yesterday thai
it was a disgrace to the citv to allow
such a condition to exist.
Now that the date of the citv Drimarv
has been announced the candidates
for the various offices and their ad
herents have begun "poKtking" in
earnest. During the intervening time
before April 8, the date on which the
primary will be held, the politic !
pot will be kept at boiline heat at a'l
The new administration, it la an
nounced, will give Porto Rico a larrcr
degree of home rule than it has enjoyed
hitherto. This is a practical illustration
of the rule of right and justice to which
Dr. Wilson pledged himself long be
fort he was elected. M
Fast Being Realized by New Beti
A little backache at first.
Daily increasing till the back i
lame and weak. ,
Unjnary disorders may quickly fol-
i sw ,
Dropsy and oft--n JSright's, disease
This frequently is the downward
ourse-of kidney ills.
Don't take this cotire. New Bern
esidents shot-Id profit by (hr follow-
Mrs. R. C. Jackson, 506 E. l.ennii
t., Kinston, N. C, says: I an
ileased to say that Doan's Kidnr
"ills have been of great benefit to me
was greatly annoyed by dull painv
tcross the small of my back and 1
ould not rest well. In the morning
when I got up, I had but little strengt!:
r energy and I was often botherec1
by headaches and attacks of dizziness.
Soon after I began taking Doan's
Kidney Pills, I was entirely relieved
nd my health inproved."
For sale by all dealels. Price 50
cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Djsii's and
take no other.
THE MARKETS. .
March 13 1913
Quotations furnished by G. W. Tay
lor & Son.)
Middling 11 7-8
Gopd Middling 12 1-8
Strict Middling 12
POULTRY, EGGS, ETC.
(Quotations furnished by Coast Line
Chickens Grown, pair 60-80
Chickens Half-grown pair ... 40-70
Geese, per pair $1.25-11.50
Ducks, per pair 50 1.00
Eggs, per doz. 18
Hams, country, smoked, lb 1
.-.16 to 1
Hogs, dressed, lb
Beef, dressed, lb.
Hides G. S., lb.
Dry Flint, lb 12-11
Dry Salt, lb 10-li
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
(Quotations by New Bern Produce
Irish potatoes new crop $2.50
Sweet potatoes, bushel 50
Rutabagas, hundred $1.00
Col lards head, .02
Turnips bunch, .03
Cabbage, barrel Sl.00 to $1.25
HERE NEXT WEEK
LOCAL MERCHANTS TO OFFER
MANY INDUCEMENTS TO
The Chamber of Commerce has
launched another movement that will
prove of great benefit to the merchants
of the city and to the citizens of the
county at large. Easter is only ten
days distant and during this time many
persons will buy their spring and sum
At a meeting of the retail Mer
chants' Extension Committee of which
Charles Coplon is Chairman, held
Tuesday night, it was decided to make
next week a big Merchants Week
and get every body in the county to
come to INew Hern to make their pur
chases. To make this a success it will
be necessary to advertise the event
extensively and the Journal has been
asked to gfve every possible assistance
in getting the announcements of the
merchants before the people, not only
those right here in New Bern but all
over Lravcn county.
The copy for the advertisements
sould be in our hands on Saturday so
that it will appear in the daily edition
on bunday morniug and so it will get
in the first section of the semi-weekly
Journal, which is printed on Monday
alternoon and which is read in every
village and hamlet not only in Craven
county but all over hastern North
Carolina. If possible it will assure your
advertisement being placed in a dc
sireable location if you can send it in
to the office before Saturday . As much
space as is necessary will be devoted
to boosting this Merchants Week
and displaying the announcements of
It has been suggested by the Fetail
Merchants Extension Committee that
each merchant make inducements to
the people fo come to New Bern next
week and trade at his store, something
like offering to pay their railway fair
to and from the city if their purchases
reach a certain amount. 1 his, however,
is left to the discretion of the merchants
but there is 110 doubt in the minds of
the members of this committee but
that a larger number of purchasers
will come to the city that week if some
inducement is offered them.
The Journal is prepared to handle all
advertsiements and the merchants cm
rest assured that they will not be ( ha -g-ed
any unusual ''special edition '
rates for the space which they will
use during the week.
She Jewed His Memory.
Caller - You know, there was some
tblug I wr itten to any to you. but If has
nnltr gone nnt of my mind. I run t re
member what It was. lis Men (l!oe-lullyi-lt
wasn't ffoodnttfot wad ttr
Womnu m Dome Companion.
The T.lon The looiwrd. yew know
cannot change Ma spots. Thw Zebru
Well, I ran t change my sli-tpe either,
wit no one ver thought K of sufficient
Interest tn make a proverb of.-Phlfa
SOON 10 MEET
CONFEDERATE VETERANS WILL
HOLD NEXT REUNION IN
Chattanooga. Tenn.. March 12.
This city is preparing to entertain the
largest crowd that has attended a
reanion of the Confederate veterans
sin;e the organisation of the associa
tion. It is a matter of history that the
first steps toward organizing the South
ern survivors of the civil war were
taken in Chattanooga. The New Or-
leant meting, at wht:h the organiza
tion was effected, by the election of
Gen. John B. Gordon commander-in-chief,
resulted in large measure, from
agitation started here by Uapt. J. F.
Shipp, and others, for and association
t. nfederates. The New Orleans
meeti ig of the association for Chat
tanooga July 3, 4, and 5. 1890. Under
all of the circumstances the people of
Lhattmagoo teel that it is their duty
to exe.-t every effort to make the coming
rctinioi a brilliant success. It is cer
tainly their pleasure to do so.
1 he date ol t he reunion is May 27-29
inclusive. Only, three months remain
in which the work of the organization
may te done, oat it is well under way.
The various committees have been
appointed ,and are at work in their
respective spheres. Information gath
ered from all sections of the south in
dicates that fully 150,000 people will
The Passenger departments of aH
the railraods having lines entering
Chattanooga, report that already there'
is much interest in the coming reunion
Inquiries are received every day about
rates, hotel accommodations and the
progress of the work incident to the
entertainment of the veterans and the
thousands of visitors that will be here
The head of the passenger department
of one of the largest railway systems
in the South, has served notice on the
people of Chattanooga that a record
breaking crowd may be expected.
1 ne Coined erate vetrans will be
camped at Jackson Park, a delightful
resort almost within the business is
tricts of the city This camp has been
named camp Stewart , in honor of
the late Gen. A. P. Stewart, the much
beloved and noted southern chieftain,
who won fame on the greatest battle
fields of the civil war and spent his
declining years in Chattanooga as a
member of the Chickamuga National
Park Commission. The motion - to
name the camp for him was put by
mayor i. i . inompson, and was
RED MEN TO MEET HERE NEXT
T ie Di trict Council of the Improved
Order of Red Men of this district will
be held in this cfyy'on Friday, April
25. The last council was held at
Washington and was largely attended
and proved a complete success in every
way. The members of the local lodge
intend making the event to be held
in this city one of the most successful
ever held and are preparing an exten
sive program which will be carried out
at that time.
COURT CALENDER AT SPRING
TERM 1913 FOR JONES
MONDAY, MARCH 31.
TUESDAY, APRIL 1.
1. Eubanks vs. Bcton & Heath
2. Heath vs. Eubanks
4. Heath vs Eubanks.
6. Heath vs. Eubanks.
8. Heath vs. Eubanks.
11. Reynolds vs. Kinsev.
18. W. B. Harget vs. G. W. Taylor
m. A. K. UuVal vs. A. C. L. R. R. Co
26. A. F. DuVal vs. A. C. L. R. R. Co
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2
21. Munger S Bennett vs. C. A
22. Amy King et al. vs. Goldsboro
23. K R. Hay vs. Munger ft Bennett
24. N. B. Dudley vs. Munger ft Ben
25. W. J. Morton vs. Munger ft Ben-
THURSDAY. APRIL 3rd.
L. Dillahunt et al. va. I. B. r.mn.
J. W. Reed ft Co. ts. C. A. Rhodes
Beni. Stanley vs. P. B. McDaniel,
R. V. Taylor vs. Broadus ft Ives.
i". n. Melton vs. A. C.L.R.R. Co
r RIDAY, APRIL 4th.
W. J. Morton vs. S. S. Walrr.
Chas A. Rhodes vs. Yellow Pine
A. T. Geo. Duval Vs. A. C. L
R. R. Co.
All other case subject to" motion.
A parties and witnesses concerned
win attend Court on day case is set
for trial as above stated, without
lunner n nice.
This March 3th, 4913.
J. B. COLLINS,
Clerk fuperior Court.
In Washington the shouting and the
tumult died all rieht but the ranrain.
anu ine sings are still hanging around
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
won its great reoutation and
saie ny its remarkable cures of coughs,
colds and croup. It can be depended
uuun. iry iu 3oto Dy all dealers.
Again the inestimable value of the
wireless was shown in the saving of
116 lives from a wrecked itumrr en
tne rionaa coast.
QUICK RELIEF FOR RHEUMA
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says: "Dr. Detcheon's Relief for Rheu
matism has given my wife wonderful
benefit for rheumatism. She could
not lift Hand or foot, and had to be lifted
kt'Jm months She began the use of
the remedy and improved rapidly.
On Monde y she could not move and
on Wedncsdsy she got up, dressed her
self and walked out (or breakfast."
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man without any.
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Horses, Mules, Buggies
Fine Kentucky Horses and Mules on hand at all times
TERMS REASONABLE. SEE ME.
No matter how much money you earn, you
do not get along well unless you save a
part of it. When your money comes in,
you should always plan to deposit a portion
of it with the New Bern Banking & Trust
Co., where you money will draw interest
at the rate of 4 per ct. compounded four
times a year. Tais rate of interest ir really
better than the income from many kinds
of investments, and the money is constaoy
protected against any possible loss.
DEPOSITS ACCEPTED BY MAIL
IN ANY AMOUNT.
NEW BERN BANKINGS TRUST C?
Bellair Stock and Fruit Farm.
G. T. RICHARDSON, Proprietor.
I have Full Blood Angus Bulls and Heifers for tale
immune from Texas feVe'r, also full blood Berkshire
Hogs. You are cordially invited to visit farm and
O. 7. RICHARDSON
New Bern, N. C, R. F. D., ib. 2.
Phone, Bellair line, 4 rings,
FARMS NASSEF, Fropiietor .
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