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NEWfBERN. N. C. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1913-SECOND SECTION
to be sine
FOR POTATO CROP
I0W IN SESSION
Urges Congress To Stick To Plat
form and Provide Tar
iff For Revenue Only.
ASKS FOR NO SPECIAL FAVORS
Says No Attention Should Be
Manufacturers Who Say
They Will Be Injured.
REPORTS FROM PAMLICO COUN
TY ARE DECIDEDLY
Many, Think Fire Was Started
By The Torch of An
I Reports from Pamlico county con
cerning the potato crop are anything
but encouraging and are causing no
little uneasiness all over this section.
During the past three weeks much
rain has fallen in that section and this
has caused many of the plants to be
blighted. In some places the water
has stood in the fields for days and. the
farmers have been compelled to dig
trenches in order to drain the fields.
ArrrrHincr tn thn ststpmrnt nf snmr nf
tthe largest land cown'rs and farmers
in that section the potato crop, has been
cm in half and unless the shippers
receive exceptionally good prices for
their product they will lose much money
CONSIDERABLE FREIGHT LOST
Wind Blew Falling Sparks Away
From Business Part Of
ELABORATE AND EXTENSIVE
PROGRAM PREPARED FOR
New York, April 8 The tariff re
fo in committee of the Reform Club
of this city, has sent an open letter
to Congress on the proposed changes
in the tariff. In its corrnrmica.ions
the association explains that it rcpre
sents no special interests and ask for
no special favors, and that for twenty-five
years it has done what it could
to expose the fallacies of protection J
and to break down the superstition
that high tariff taxes produce pros
perity and "Tbwer tariff adversity &nd
panics. The letter gees on to say.:
"This country cannot, by tariff taxa
tion, encourage rome industries with
out discouraging others. Un ortunatc
ly, protection encourages the naturally
weak and dependent industries and
discourages the naturally wrong and
independent ones. It diverts capital
and labor from where they can pro
duce most to where they produce less.
Proteetion, therefore, means economic
The communication fur her declares
that protection is antiprogressive, and
a great handicap to businss, especial
ly railroads, and States, "tiat t'le bene
fits of protccfoh now go to compara
tively few ,and largely to the great
trusts, and monopoli s that have been
formed to corrtl p otection's profits
The thousands of oridnary manufac
turers pay tribute when they buy" their
materials frcm the protected trusts.
"On behalf of consumers' in general
as well as of the great majority ofl
producers who are not, and necessarily
cannot be, protected . Ijy tariff duties,
this committee asks you ro hew as
nearly as possible to the tariff for reve
nue only line p. t scribed by the Demo
cratic platfrom. If, as he Democrats
as ert, protection is a curse, the ooner
we get rid of it the better. St 3? this
form of spec'al privlegcs at once.
"Income taxes are paid mi inly by
the rich and well-to-do while tariff
taxes are piid largely by th cpm
paratively poor, ft is, therefore, not
unwise from the standpoint of ecno
mic justice to substitute the diirect ir
comc tax for the indirect tariff tax."
The committee suggests that the
chemical schedule may well be placed
upon an even lower level than that
which was assigned to it in the Un
No attention, the committee hinks,
should be paid to the ctmplaint of
certain manufacturers tl at they are
injured by the fact that they must
pay small duties on their raw ma
etrials, while protected to a limited
extent by the 'duties on finished pro
1 do net see any reason why all
important iron and steel product
should not promptly bs put on the free
list, because for the past fifteen yearc
they have been produced cheaper in
this country, as shown by the testi
mony of many manufacturers before
Congress and the industiral commis
sion, .t s pointea out, mat tins cot n- NEXTTERM OF FEDERAL COURT
ii y now ia LAiiumiig iiicin a inc rate I TO CONVFNE APRIL 28
vu a year, tnesc ex- 0.1 Mcnday, April 28, the rcgula
oorts bcinc soi l not on v in
. - , ' "" i opnng term i me V111-' " States Dl
uve .rce ira-c inarxets, ,t,ut even in trict and Circuit Co-..rt will l;(. rnnvonrd
protected orgn markets. Attention in thi, city for a two weeks session with
Is also called to the act that nearly 'Judge H. G. Connor presiding. There
an important iron ana steel prod c ts arc quUe a large rHmbcr of cases
nave neariy ail times during the . the docket far the first week's session
pa mieen years Dec n sold at low. r th mainirr-., , f ,l, I... ;l .,;.,
prices for export than were el arge 1 in 0f thc Intcrnal Kcvcn ;c Law.
the domestic rade. -
The committee sta c, flat free lurr- Mr. and Mrs. J- K. Hollowd! and
ber is absolutely necessary, b th in little daughter of Beaufort have an ived
ord r to safeguard the fcre,t, of the in the city and will make their heme
I tiled State, and in order to reduce at thi. place. Mr. HollewcM has ac
me e.urHani pn-e ol bulking ma- e-nted a notion n, It,!h.n,' ,!r..
(Special to the Journal)
Swansboro, April 9. The publio
school at thi s place closes this week
and an elaborate and extensive pro
gram has been prepared for the com
mcncerr.ent exercises. Professor Bruce
Carraway has had General H. W.
Willis to erect a large sign bearing the
name of thc public schools and this
has been placed in front of the building
Thc exercises are free and everybody
is-invited to ; tt -nd.
Thc ship yard at this place which
formerly belonged to thc late W.J.
Moore has been sold to Joseph Foster
and a number of improvements have
been made. In addition to enlarging
the plant, a fifty horse power engine
has been ins illed and will be used in
p illing the vessel . on the ways.
Swansboro is growing rapidly in
a number of ways. Samuel Adler has
rented the store owned by David
Moore and has. placed in this a fine
stock of dry goods.
i, After living in single blessedness
lor trtjnfy 'years Acey Morton who
lived on his farm near this place, dis
posed of his property a few days ago
and decided to enter "double harness."
He was fortunate in getting the con
sent of the lady in the case but for
various reasons could not secure
license in this county. However
they, were not to be thwarted and when
last heard of they were married and
in thc State of Georgia.
During a southwest storm which
prevailed here last Friday, a bird, the
counterpart of which has never before
been seen in tnis section was found t n
the shore. The bird in question wa
a pelican and had a neck which by
actual measurement wrs six feet long
Not only vas thc neck of thc st-angc
bird of uni'.s al proportion but it had
a beak ten inches long and" wing
which resembled those of an cagl
Thc bird was killed by Fred Pittma
of this piece.
One Week Term Fo Trial
Civil Cases Only Conven
JUDGE O. II. ALLEN PRESIDING
Twenty Cases On The Regular
Docket In Addition To
(Special to the Journal)
Dover, April 7. Fire which is sup
posed to have been of incendiary origin,
completely destroyed the depot at
this place Sunday morning which was
used jointly by the Norfolk Southern
Railway Company and the Dover
nd Southbound Railway Company.
n addition to thc. building a quantity
of freight and all thc of fixtures and
lso all of thc tickets and oth,er articles
the office were burned. Thc loss
is estimated at about eight thousand
o liars. '
The fire was discovered shortly
before 2 o'clock by the watchman at
the Goidsboro Lumber Company's
mill which is located a short distance
away. He lost no tunc in blowing UK
big alarm whistle at the mill and the
entire town was soon alarmed. A
ne of hose was secured from the mill
and a st earn of water was directed
on thc burning building but the flames
had gained such headway that all ef
forts to extinguish them proved futile
and the structure was soon a mass of
It is believed that the fire was the
work of an incendiary who first robbed
the frieght depot and then applied the
torch to cover his crime. On Saturday
large quantity of whiskey was re
ceived by the express company whose
office was in thc same building and this
was stored in thc department occupied
by them This whiskey was in bottles
and after the fire had died out a search
was made to locate these. Not a sign
of them was found, there being even
no melted glass and. this further stren
gthens the theory that the fire was
not of accidental origin.
I he agent had placed about two
hundred dollars in paper money, about
forty dollars in gold and his books in
thc safe on Saturday and it was sup
posed that these had not been injured
by the fire, but when the safe was open
ed this morning nothing- remained ofl -
the paper money and the books but
charred paper and the gold had been
At the time of the fire thc wind was
blowing in a direction which carried
the flying embers away from thc Golds
boro Lumber Company's mill and
from several other buildings in that lo
cality and this probably saved them
from destruction. The railway com
panies are now using a passenger coach
for a temporary ticket office, a freight
car as a warehouse to store thc freight
which is consigned to this place. It is
understood that the depot will be
rebuilt at an early date.
These Four The Winners In The
Only Contest In Yesterday's
OCCASSION PASSED QUIETLY
Democratic Executive Committee
Will Meet Tomorrow Night
And Canvass Vote.
A cne week oterm f Craven county
Superior court for the tirl of civl cases
only, was convened in this city yester-
diy morning with Judge O. H. Allen
of Kirsston presiding. j ,
There arc twenty cases on the regu
lar, docket to be disposed of this week
in addition to the motion docket, three
the-e being divorce cases, and it is
expected that the en ire term will be
consumed in their disposal.
The fir t ca:c taken up yesterday
was that ol Fate vs. blades. In this
case thc plaintiff Pate who was repre
fjcntcd by R. A. Nunn and W. D Mc-
Iver, wa;. suing thc de'endant C. G
blades ot Maryland tor damages in
the sum of twelve thousand dolla s
for an alleged fraudulent transaction.
The, defendant was represented by
Guion and Guion. After hearing the
testimony in the case Judge Allen de
cided tha there was not enough
evidence to warrant the case going be
fore a jury and orderd a non suit.
Thc next case taken -up was that in
rewill of J. VY. Jones. In this the plain
tiffs are contending that undue in
fluence was used in causing Jones the
deceased, to draw up a will and want
it annulled. This case was not con
cluded at the close of the day's session.
The following cases are on the docket
for thc remainder of the week:
Tuesday, April 8th.
Martin, et al vs DeLoach
Peterson, et al vs Roper Lumber
Whitford, Admr. vs North
Wednesday, April 9th.
Fulchcr vs N. S. R. R. Co.
Fulcher vs. N. S. R. R. Co.
Arnold vj N. S.R. R. Co.
Thursday, April 10th.
- Tavlor vs Roper Lumber Co.
Willis, et at vs Howe.
Friday, April 11th.
-In re Will of Sabra Rri.ce.
Collins vs Thurston.
Stillcy, et al vs N. S. R. R. Co.
Duffy, Admr. vs N. S. R. R. Co.
Einstein Bros, vs Bland.
Sawyer vs Sawyer.
Windcoff vs Windcoff.
Carter vs Carter.
costly Fire visits golds
boro late last sun
vs Willis, et
ijeest mm SHE OF
. UNO IN THIS STATE.
The largest Auction Sale of land
ever held in North Carolina will be
pulled off at New Bern, N. C., April
14-15-16, sale starting every morning
Thc Bcautfiul tract of land owned
by Simmons Farrior and Bradham,
located on Pollock ttrcet and Trent
road, has been subdivided into bui'd-
IMPROVING SEVERAL UNSIGHT
LY SPOTS AROUND
Many beautiful Linos of Saq
mer Drgss Goods Just Received
Also Shirt Waists, Laces, and Embroideries, Underwear,
.-Miues, yioves ana Hose lor the Ladies. Suits Straw
nat&anoes. Shirts, lies and Sox for Men. When in
city be sure and see our stock before buying elsewhere.
A. B. SUGAR,
63 J Middle Street, New Bern, N. C.
Bellair Stock and Fruit Farm.
G. T. RICHARDSON, Proprietor.
I have Full Blood Angus Bulls and Heifers for tale
immune from Texas fever.also full blood Betkehire
Hogs. You aw cordially invited to visit farm and
O. 7. RICHARDSON
New Bern. N.C..R.F.D., lo, '
Phone, Bellair line, 4 rins
The City Bcautfiul Club is now en
gaged in beautifying a number of pl.ces
in different sections of the city that,
when t' c work has been completed, will
add g atly to thc attractivem s of
t Knar 1 1 1 1 c
In If- nt of the Masonic b ilding on Won 71 Ellis 118 Hyman
ing tots and small farms and will be ; HarcD k street they have planted a
offered to thc public at auction On j privc hedge on the North driveway
Mondav. Anril 14 at 10:30 a. m. wc'nml i nnrnvrd the walk h;;dine up tS
will cu.ll tn hi Viiuhr-st hirlrior 90. umall ,K.. main ,.,,! anm r,f 1 he I lildil'.L' and I-"!"0" 130
farms on Trent road. This is a chance have planted a b:d of flowers in the I"3"60" 253' Toison.
you can't afford to miss, never before plat between the walk and the drive-
have the citizens of Craven county way
hrwl aurh a rhanra tn nuh f-Hfirniln ' A. nr,..i... t thfV ni. c r ' . i ! ('(I in Mil- 1
farm. We hav. laid out 20 farm in ' proving the va ant lot at thc Southwest iU 125, Stevenson 35, Patterson
nnn tn 15 arm trartH von ran lmv rnrnr nf Mrn.-!rl and Hancock strct.i""'
one tract with the privilege or as many ( Thi lot has long been an eyesore and
as you want at the same price. il c improvement in anpearance will
These farms are all high and dry . be a great benefit in many ways,
and are well drained. They are located j T e club is also improving thc walks
1. H. Bangert, Mayor; C. Lupton,
Chief of Police; William Ellis and
T. G. Hyman, Aldermen from, the
First Ward; W. B. Blades and S.
H. Scott, Aldermen from thc
Second Ward; James B. Dawson
and A. T. Dill, Aldermen from the
Third Ward; T. F. McCarthy and
J. G. Brinson, Aldermen frcm the
Fourth Ward, R. J. Dlsosway and
L. M. Satterwaithe, Aldermen from
the Fifth Ward. J. J. Tolscn, Ci
ty Taz Collector; F. T. Patterson,
The Democratic City primary for
th,e nomination of candidates to fill
the offices of the city for the next two
years was held yesterday and passed
off in an unusually quiet manner.
The weather was very inclement and
to this is attributed the cause of a
comparatively light vote. However,
all through the day the various can
didates and their adherents worked
diligently in getting their constituents
to the polls and every manner of con
veyance was used In dojng this. At
o'clock last evening the pells were
closed and after the votes had been
counted it was found that A. H. Ban
geit, running for the nomination for
the office of Mayor, had defeated his
opponent W. K. Baxter by a majority
of three hundred and nine votes. C.
Lupton, running for nomination for
office of Chief of Police and who is
now filling this office, defeated W. H.
Griffin by a majority of fifty six votes
The thrid ward was the only ward in
which there were moreihan two candi
dates for nomination for Aldermen and
in this ward James B. Dawson and A.
T. Dill were victorious.
There was not the leastvidencc of
rowdyness around any of the polling
places during the day and while one
could easily sec that every effort was
being put forth by the various candi
dates there was no cXcitcanent and
everything moved along as nicely as
a piece 01 wen oneu iiiajL-nniery. rivui
the very first it was seen that Mr.
Bangert had the advantage of his
ODDonent Mr .Baxter and while the
latter put up a hard fight it proved of
no avail. During thc early part pf the
day and in fact until late in the after
noon, it was the opinion of many that
Mr .Griffin would secure the nomina
tion for thc office of Chief of Police
but "the tide turned" and he was de
In the third ward three of the candi:
dates for the nomination for Alder
men, J. B. Dawson, A. T. Di'l and Capt.
Josheph Gaskill, worked diligently
during the entire day. Mr. Dill se
cured one hundred and forty three
votes, Mr. Dawson one hundred and
twenty seven and Capt. Gaskill ore
hundred and twenty five and M. D
W. Stevenson secured thirty five.
The city Democratic Executive Com
mittee will meet at the City Hall
Thursday night and canvass the vote
of yesterday and officially announce
the successful candidates.
The fbllwoing is the vote cast in
Bangert, 111, Baxter 14, Griffin 54
Poison 118, Patterson 122
Bangert 156, Baxter 97, Griffin 104,
Blades 253, Scott 253,
Conference For Education W 11
Consider Especially The
Need of the Farmer.
MEET NEXT WEEK IN RICHMOND
(Special to the Journal)
Goidsboro, April 7. A la ge brick
warehouse located at the northern end
of East Centre street and oVned by thc
No:folk Southern Railway Company
and which was used by them as a
storage house for freight and which
also contained the office of F. W. Tate,
the general agent for this section
was completely destroyed by fire short
ly after 11 o'clock last night.
The fire was first discovered by the
crew of a pecial train in charge of
H. C. Harris which had arrived from
N.ew Bern a short time befoie and
which was then on the yards. When
first seen the flames were bursting
through the roof of the structure and
were blazing merrily. A number of
freight cars were in the vicinity of the
warehouse and but or the fact that
this locomotive carried a full head of
steam and was in commission these
would have doubtless been destroyed.
.In the warehouse at the time was a
quantity of freight and several hundred
hogsheads of tobacco which had been
sto ed there.. All of this was destroyed
Just across the street was a large frame
platform and on this was evtral
hundreds bales of ctotn. The flames
spread there and a quantity of the
cotton was destroyed.
The building owned by the Norfolk
Southern was constructed during the
time that Col. James A. Bryan was
connected with the Atlantic & North
Carolina Railway Company, now the
Norfolk Southern, and when the How-
land Improvement Company, wl o later
leased the road, took charge, they had
their offices there. The structure was
believed to be fireproof and it is the
general opinion that the blaze v. as
started by an incendiary. The li ss
which is e timated at several thousard
dollars, is partially covered by in
Discussions of Live Topics Will
Be Held By Recongized
LENOIR COUNTY MAN IN JAIL
Couldn't Give Bond For Appearance
At Federal Court.
United States Deputy Marshal
Samule Lilly returned last evening
from Lenoir county where he had been
to make an arrest of a violator of the
Internal Revenue Law. Rob Jones
colored, and whose home is at Grain
gcr's station, was the man placed under
arrest. The warrant charged the de
fendant tvith retailing spirituous liquors
without a eovernment license. He
was carried to Kinston for a prelimi
nary hearing and probable cause being
found against him was bound over to
thc next term of Fedreal court under
a bond of two hundred dollars. Failing
to (?ive bail in this amount he was
placed in thc county jail at that place
Richmond, April 8 With several
thousand farmers, business men, teach
ers, ministers of every denomination
and other interested persons in at i -dance
from all parts of Southe n St i cs,
the conference for education i l t'.K
South will open ia t' e Jcffe .j.. Intel
uditorium in Richmo d on h mim
ing of April 16th, in oid.'r to djise
ways and means of helping thc farmer
lace his crops on the market at a fair
profit to him elf ajid in order ta give
greater impetus to th? South's pro
gress by the formulation of plans for
he stimulation of farm li c and thc
mprovement. and development of the
Thii conference will embrace four
pecial conferences a farmer s con
ference, a business men's conference
conference of school workers and a
conference of country preachers, be
sides general conferences on, co-oper
ation, rural credits, the country chu ch
ta cation and better condi ions for
At all of these conferences discus
sion will be lead by men wno aijc
xperts along their lines. The forma
tion and maintenance of co-operative
associations of farmers of buying and
stlling, th; betterment of thc rural
school system and the enlistment of
he church in farm life d;velopnunt
will form much to the ba is cf di -
cussion a will the readicaticn ot tncs;
its wh ch a e re ogn zed to be re
tarding the prcg t9s of the farm in
h South, namely, he tenant evil,
thc inc ea ing txodtw of fa.m people
the increasing exodus of farm people
o th towns and cities, the facts that
he farmer does not get out of his
soil the i rops of whirh it is capabb
and the fact that th far me has lo
pay ex o iona e ra es o in.er s . or
his cash capi.al. All of there rr.rt-
ters --will be thoroughly thrashed tut
and Jan laid to put the Southern
farm university Ota a "better basis
t'lan it ev r was previously.
Sessions o' thc conference will be
h .Id every morning and afternoon
The conference vifl be in sess'on four
days. At the evening sessions wcrk
ers from the field will sot forth what
is being done for rural upbuilding in
the South through farm demonstra
tion, health agencies and rural and
high schools. These talks will take
the form of short, concrete lectures
with lantern slides.
The work of these agencies will also
be shown by an extensive exhibit in
the old high school building.
CANTERBURY CLUB MEETS.
Bangert 166, Baxter 149, Griffin 99,
'Lupton 110, Dawson 127, Dill 143,
county. They are especially adaptid
to the rasing of truck," cotton and etc.,
with a good clay subsoil. And arc
only one mile from New Bern which is
a ready market for a 1 farm produce. ' tion
You buy a farm now and in three
years you will sell city lots. We will '
give a free barbescue dinner to all who
attend the sale. The terms of this
10 er cent, down and a monthly
. f tr:..n ,lr.ll it-, nn r'afi.rr, ft
is one fourth down, balance in y "
ot, two and three yeaowmcm. j1 u; , . A .. itt 10:,0
1 MUlll , ' f' " " I
Bangert 114, Baxter 87, Griffin 117,
Lupton 83, Brinson 171, McCarthy
170, Patterson 201, Tolson 201.
Bangert 67, Baxter 58, Griffin 68,
Lupton 71, Disosway 125, Sattcrwaithe
130, Patterson 145, Tclson 145.
Bangert, 614; Baxter, 305, Lupton,
498; Griffin, 442; EIHs, 118; Hyman, 120
Blades 253: Scott. 253: Dawson, 127
this sale. The terms of the sale is rj.n, 143, Gaskill, 125; Stevenson, 35
side cf thc Union passenger station,
and when this work has been completed
thsy have several other places in view
to j hich they will devote the r atten-
Mrs. Robert Nixon Entertains
Mrs. Robert Nixon was hostess to
the Canterbury Club Tuesday evenin
at her home on Craven street. It wt
a d.-lightful evening with Brownin
and at its close the hostess scrveeT
refreshing ice course. Browning as
a Scientific Poet"" was the interesting
reading by Mrs. Thomas Roberts
Mrs. William Blades beautifully read
and interpreted "Pisgah Sights." Mrs
John Tull Hollister charmed the club
by her rendition of "In a Gondola
It was decided by the club to tike
as next winters study, The Great Essay
ists of the century.
Thc following members were present
Mrs. Kate Spencer, Mrs. John T. Hol
lister, Mrs. Monroe Howell Mrs.
William Blades, Mrs. Francis Stringer
Duffy, Mrs. J. B. Hurley, Mrs. Charles
Ives, Mrs. Thomas Roberts, Misses
Mary Oliver, Margaret Bryan, Mary
Hcndren, Bessie Summcrell, sadie
Hollister, Mary Jones and Mami
Hunter Richard on.
McCarthy, 170, Brinson,, 171; Disos
way, 125, Sattcrwaithe, 130; Tolson,
932, Patterson, 936.
A few bushels of long staple cotton
seed. Best quality.
J. E. LATHAM, Agency. 'they are being held for further inve
Lad Who Caused Deatruction Ol
Goidsboro Property Jailed.
Goidsboro, April 9 Two young
white fellows ot this city well known
in police circks, were apprehended in
Wilson Tucst'ay morning as acting
..i.niriouslv and being new arrivals
they were ridigly questioned, and when
mder the grill they confessed o being
Guy East and Paul Utlcy, from this
city and were responsible for Sunday
night s big fire here and were "getting
The Wilson chief immediately noti
fied Chief Denmark of this city, who
went up to Wilson for these boys, and
brought them back.
They say they had gone into the N.
; warehouse to spend the night, and
lin smoking cigarettes the place caught
I fir an! the result so frightened them
that th-;y kept gcinj untill they reach
ed Wilson. m
This story sounds rather fishy, btlt
New Bern N C
.. A. - It' . 1A.2A m
111. Will Kll I" I Hv IIIKIICBI UIU1IU , . . , , . 1,11 . .
in c 1 1 ij- . ui Li j ing lots to the colored people at Wt itts
40 beautiful building lots in Highland , .r' p.mkrlr
B I. ULLI..J D--I. ! ll I I VIIIC VII lllllltwnt.mipvm
i .ir k . mgiiuiiu 1 t 1 k 15 Mil luxai -i it t
for a home, it is conveniently located,
being oi Pollock street and only one
block from' car Hoe. They arc the
highest and dryest lots you can buy in
New Bern. Thc man or woman who 1
invests his or her money in this prop
erty is sure to reap a good profit.. For
example think of any piece of real
estate sold in New Bern five years
an. CnulH vnti lmv it now for tWH'c
ihe amount paid then.' Highland Park
has a much brighter future than any
real estate ever sold in New Bern. Vt e
will gic M.ty valuable prises at
STARTS OPERATION AT
This is an ideal place for a colored man
to own hU homt:. lt is located near
car lii e and on an improved read. Esy
terms, 10 per cent, down and .five dol
lars a month on tkfentd pay
ment. Cars will run to tale Monday.
and Tuesday from Elks' corner from
9:30 s. m. to 10:30 a. m. Our own all
star band will furnish music every
day. You know the Burtons.
The Atlantic Const Realty Co. In.
FREE! FREE! !
II, East Carolina Lumber Cum: tiign UraQC lVitlUrtU M JM M OIIV"
Z?tXy ing and Singing Machine
be in constant service from now on.' . . rr,... w.kUi. It rot tn AVfirV CUB-
une scanaaru iuisuuh msvuu ri c
tomer whose cash purchase amounts to29.t. ace
and har this wondenui insirumwi
This company employs about one
hundred and fifty men and have's, ca 1
fiacity tor turning out one nunareu
thoursand feet f tawed lumber a day.
ior the past few month the manage
ment ha been hard at work getting
r vt ry thing in readiness for starting
, li.. mill mil thrv now havp one of the
how Easily you can obtain one at my store
Dealer in Wholesale and Retail Men's and Ladies
nishlng Goods, Middle 8$. New Bern,
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