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Tho Iliad You llavo Always Eontt, and which has been
In use for over SO years, has borne the signature of
Allow no one to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Just-as-good "are bub
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of -Infants
and Children Experience against Experiment ,
What Is CASTORIA
Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Fare)
gorlc, Drops and Soothing1 Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
end allays Fevcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation -
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
tomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend
Sears the Signature cf t
Tough Boys In Court
About a half dozen boys who have
begun to acquire a reputation for being
tough, were taken before the mayor
yesterday on the complaint ' of Prof.
Craven. They had got into the cellar
of the new school building and had
built a Are in the furnace and made
themselves comfortable for quite a
while. When the janitor arrived at
tho school house the boys got wise and
lef , but not before they were discovered
and identified. There were evidences of
a pretty good time for boys as there
were innumerable cigarette butts lying
around. , ' :- ' : , y' . .
The boys were given a stem lecture
by the mayor who told them that he
could have sent them on to the higher
court for the misdemeanors they had
committed and that they were all bad
Boys. One, the ring leader of the es
capade had not been caugV ; in addi
tion to bis connection with the affair he
is wanted for assault on- a small boy.
The crowd was scared and perhaps may
learn a lesson from their first experi
ence in the police court. ,
The Kind You Haio Always Bought
In Use For Over 30. Years
' w mmun aewun, t ninu wrairn mwm voaa on. - -
Mr. Editor, Dear Sir: v . r
I take great pleasure in writing to
" you this shert letter in regards to the
items I Bent you over a week ago, Now
this item I shall send you will be the
- second one. I have, had lots of the
subscribers to come around and ask ne
why I did not put Lukens' items in the
paper. Of course I told them that I
had sent an ftertl to the editor at Hew
Hern, but I did'nt know why he had
failed to publish them, and they have
asked me to write another and ask you
j to publish it, as it helps the people else-
i where to learn the happenings of the
week around Lukens. : ' ... '
So now Mr. Editor, I have .a very in
teresting item for your paper for this
week of which I hone to read in the is-
aue of your paper of Jan. 30th. Of
.course I feel a little burlesque in my
' first item?, but the rest and what I
shall send you in the future will be just
as -it happens every day of the week,
Ed.-We are always glad to publish
letters from our mail correspondents,
when they contain real news, and Bears
the signature of the writer, hut when
those letters are intended to burlesque
or make fun of the conditions of a com
munity or persons living therein, or
conbists of elaborate write-ups of social
events, contain personal opinions of
'politics or religion. Such letters will
bo relegated to the waste basket. The
writer who complains above that his
items were not published, no doubt
early discovered the reason thay were
not, as he promises that hereafter he
will only report news as it happens. ;
We are having lots of severe weather
for the past few days in Lukens."
Mr. George R. Jones of this place
who is employed at the Pamlico Lum
ber company's mill was very badly hurt
'Wednesday morning the 24, ' He was
caught between the ends of the logs
and the crow- bar of the log-jack which
pulls the logs from the water to the
saw. Mr. Jones had two ribs on his
left side broken and was very badly
crushed in his Btomach. He was taken
to the River View Hotel where Dr.
Windley of Winthrop was called to his
raid. Mr. Jones at this writing is im
proving very well, but he is still con
fined to his'room. He will bemovedtc
.his homo ns soon as the weather will
Mr. J. T. II. Mooro has his launch
bottom painted and hope to have it
finished by next Saturday, ' Ho will
make a trip to New Bern" on Saturday
evening February 23.
We are glad to learn that Mr. Tom'
. Tasto'a little girl Nita is some better.
Dr. Daniels of Oriental Was railed to
see to see the child and oays that she
has a very bad case of dypthcria.
The barge Experiment has finished
her loading here and expects to sail for
Vandemere to get her deck loaded.
The captain, W. JJ. Canister reports a
very severe storm on Pamlico Sound
when he came across.
Mr. L. E. nnd E. A Whitford made a
flying trip last Tuepday to Clubfoot
Cr"-k on business and returned the
Mr. R. II. Laughinghouso and R. S.
Cherry made a business trip to Oriental
last Tuesday and returned the same
day. They had a rounh trip coming
The Old Citizen or Lukens says
r 1. 1
Our people continue to build and
move. It is nothing strange to see a
load of furniture passing on the road.
There are two new buildings nearing
completion on the Point road near
Arapahoe, Mr. Wm. Green and Mr.
I. E. Tingle. J J . ' .
Mr. James Morris of Norfolk, Va,,
has moved in our community. He will
live in Mr. I. E.Tingle'S new house until
he can build. , Mr. Morris will no doubt
make a good citizen. 1 1
Mr. Thomas McCotter moved from
the Point road yesterday to Mr. James
Dellamanrs farm on .Neuse river. Mr.
Charles Lane will occupy the place - he
moved from. V -'
Mr. G.'T. Bennett has moved into his
new residence in Arapahoe. - - - '.
Mr. Smithwickand Miss Alice Mil
ler of Arapohoe were married last first
Sunday. We wish them a long and
happy life. " ' ' '
Mr. W. W. Dixon has-moved in, his
new home in Arapanoe. Mr. w. w.
Cuthrell will occupy the house Mr.
Dixon moved from.
Mrs. J. D. Fhiliips, who lives in Wil
kinsons Point, has been very sick the
last few weeks.
Mrs. J. J.-Bland, who lived at Arapa
hoe, died yesterday afternoon. She
leaves a husband and three children.
--:-. ' "'. - a.b.
If n a kind of billioua mood, .
You wish an aid to digest food,
No other pill is half so good
As DeWitt's Little Early Risers-
When e'er yon feel impending ill.
And need a magic little pill.
No other one-will fill the bill .
Like DeWitt's Little Early Rise
Fired on SpanistfVessel.
, Madrid, Spain, Jan. 30VA telegram
received today from Mellia, a Spanish
town on the north coast of Morocco,
states that a party of Moors passing
along the coast fired on the Spanish
cruiser . Infanta Isabelle, causing some
damage to the vessel ' A gunboat has
been sent from Mellia to the scene of
th firing. . -
Not Important if True. .
Durham Herald.' -
We do -not believe that the anar
chists are after Governor Glenn and
are sorry that he considered the matter
of sufficient importance as to give it
publicity. - ,
If you are acquai ted with anyone
who is troubled with this distressing
ailment you can do him no greater favor
than to tell him to try Chamberlain s
Salve. It gives instant relief. Price
25 cents per box. Sold by Davis' Phar
I macy and F. S. Duffy.
County Teachers' Meeting.
The teachers of the county met at
the court house last Saturday and had
a very . pleasant and profitable con-
ference. The meeting was for the pur I
pose of organization and a discussion
of the interests of the schools in the
county. The attendance wesvery good, j
notwithstanding the bad weather, about
25 being present. Many good sugges
tions were made and although there
was no special address, brief remarks
were made by Superintendent Brinson
and others, and great good obtained.
The Jefncers elected were: President,
E. H. Moser, DoVer; Vice-President,
Percy Mattocks, N. Harlowe; Secretary
Miss Bessie Foy, Cove; Treasurer, Miss
Etta Nunn, New Bern. The next I
meeting will be held Saturday Febru-1
ary 24th. .
- A Healing Gospel.
The Rev.' - J. C. . Warren, pastor of
Sharron Baptist Church, Balair, Ga.,
says of Electric Bitters. ;"It's a God
send to mankind. It cured me of lame
back,- stiff joints, and comoletc physical
collapse.- I was so weak it took me
half an hour to walk a mile. Two bot
tles of Electric Bitters have made me
so strong I have . just; walked three
miles in fifty minutes 'and feel like
walking three more. It's made a new
man of me." Greatest remedy for
weakness and all Stomach, Liver and
Kidney complaints. Sold under guar
antee at All Druggists. Drug Store
Price 50c. .i. . .
NEVER TOUCHED THEM.-
The Senate considered Senator Till
man s resolution to investigate the
causes of the Chinese anti-American
.- The Yellow Fever Gernt
has recently been discovered. It bears
a close resemblance to the malarial
g m. To free the system from dis
ease germs, the most effective remedy
U Dr. King's New Life Pills. Guaran
tied to cure all diseases due to malaria
noison and constipation. - 25. at All
Secretary Taft sent to Congress 11
bills, making radical changes in the
army and providing for the creation of
a national reserve of 50,000 men.
v ' A Menace to Hoalth..
Kidney trouble is an insidious danger,
and many people ore victims of a seri
ous malady before the symptoms are
recognized. - Foley's Kidney Cure cor
rects irregularities and strengthens and
builds up the kidneys, fend it should be
taken at the first indication , of kidney
trouble,; as it is impossible to have
good health if the kidneys are derang
ed. For sale by Davis' Pharmacy.
k Short Respite
Wilmington Star 30th.
An Associated Press dispatch to the
Star from Washington, D. C, last
night says: "In the Supreme Court of
the United States today, the case of
Robert Sawyer and Arthur Adams
were advanced to be heard onApiil
2nd, next ) The two men are under sen
tence of death in North Carolina on
the charge of participating in a mutiny
on the schooner Berwind last year.
-.V 4eut.ft-ouH Ai;tur.
Sir Her.rr IrvUia cue day met a bro
ken down ncto? In tho Strand. "1 nev
pr npp von lit the theater now,'' Baid
Sir Henry. The other murmured some
thing about his ill luck and slinbbraess.
"Oh. nonsense; - you come tomorrow
and elve your name at the box office'"
lie went, to find two tickets awaitmg
him, with a fifty dollar note.
Beuttiw i m ma Haw Always uata a
An attempt was male to assassinate
M. Alberti, the . Danish Minister of
Justice. . . .
Fnliiou XoiepT For Men" Failed to
Traduce Aojthlnjt Startling;. '
After Mrs. Poiuauby bud talked about
dressmakers iiud di'ej.iiuakiug until Mr.
Poiisoiiby was weary, and wheD Mrs.
linblngtou bnd for more than two solid
hours diseussitl gjwiis, hats, wraps,
corsets and I'eininlue apparel in general,
Arthur rwnstiuuy flicked tlie ashes from
his cigar nnd, turulug to DallIugton(
asked: - . -
-. "By the way, Fred, where do you
buy your shirts?" ; ; :.
"1 always get them at Crelghley's."
"Do you like his style? I think Mud-
gers makes the sweetest shirts I ever
Wove. Thf fit Just lovely over the
liifia, aud ho seems- to have a way of
putting in sleeves that is so cunning.'
'Oh, I nUull nave to go to him when I
need shirts again. Where do you get
your trousers?", . - '
Manscll : always makes mine. I
wouldn't think of going to any one else.
How much did you pay for that vest?
Iff just its sweet as It can be.",,
Yes, Isn't it pretty? Do you know,
I bought It ready made, I very seldom
do such n thiusr, but It happened to Just
fit me, and couldn't resist It.- Did
Mansell make that coat you're wear
Yes. How do you like It? Do you
think it fits mo just right across the
"It's perfect I never saw anything
sweeter. Yon ought to -wear gray all
Uio time. It's really very becoming to
you. hat n cunning tie you have.
Where -do you g:t your ties?"
"Oh. I wouldn't thlnlf of getting a tie
anywhere' but at Murgenlielm's. Do
yuu like these socks I'm wearing?"
"Dear me! They're nwfully cute. I
bought some hew ones last week, but I
like yours hotter than ..any of mine.
I'm goins to have a new pair of trou
sers cut out ju.st ns soon as I can get
around to it. What do you think
would bo a f;ood stylo for' me to get?
Would yon have them shirred at the
Xo. I don't like them that way. I
think I should have them tucked at the
ends mid .cut full at the sides, with
deckel edged seams. Still, If you ll!:e
them gathered at the ton, I
Arthur," exclaimed Mrs. Ponsonby,
'have you' suddenly gone crazy?"
"Fred Dnllington," that gentleman's
wife demanded, "what In the world is
lhc matter "with yon?"
Tin? tucii shoals their heads and de
nial that they had lost their wits. Be
Iivi reii ui:v:l. Mrs. Fousonby asked
M:-s. T'.i;!'r.-:!.:n haw she Intended to
hiv.e l.'T Im'.ian head skirt made nn.
I"tU::iV.sal:l Mrs. Dallington, "I
v:::l Iiv it i.-tsiltctr botir in front ana
lj(i:n:l,' I;o j-6u remember that denim
Iefe:...-,1 .nid .rJiiuncd tho two men
lit frenli eiMii mid sat hack and were
silent. R. li. lvincr In Chicago ltecord'
:v.i iean the pinkish one that
; l:u-!e:;;i v.tto'.e for you?'
What Good is' Accomplished ?
Wilmington Messenger. .
Those men with their automobiles
are establishing new records for Bpeed
every day. After a while they will
annihilate Bpace and then perhaps they
will be content, but the question is:
What good have they done to mankind
when they have done so. ,
'4. , 'i ' ' '''',".:
" " " A Habit to Be Encounged,
The mother who has acquired the
habit of keeping on hand a bottle of
Chamlterlain'B Cough Remedy, saves
tierself a rreat amount of uneasiness
and anxiety. Coughs, colds and croup,
to which children are susceptible are
quickly cured by its use. It counteracts
any tendency of a cold to result in
pneumonia, and if given as soon as the
first symptoms cf croup appear, it will
prevent the attack, This remedy con
tains nothing injurious and mothers
give it to little ones with a feeling of
perfect security. Sold by Davis Phar
macy and F. S. Duffy.
New King fakes The Throne
Copenhagen, Jan. 30. Frederick,
the eldest son of tho late King Chris
tian as Frederick the "VIII, was pro
claimed King at noon.
Common Colds r The Ctuie of Many Seri
LaGrlppe and Pneumonia. ,
Pneumonia often follows LaGrippe
but never follows the use of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It cures lagrippe
coughs and prevents pneumonia . and
consumption. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refuse any substitute . of
fered Mr. G. Vacher, of 157 Osgood
St., Chicago, writes: "My wife had a
were case of lagrippe three years
aeo. and it left her with a terrible
cough. She tried a bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar and it gave immediate
relief. A 50 cent bottle cured her
cough entirely," Refuse substitutes.
For sale by Davis Pharmacy.
Gas In the Stomoch.
Belching and -that sense of fullness
so often experienced after eating is
caused by the formation of gas. The I
stomach fails to perform its functions
and the food ferments. - Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct
the disorder. They aid digestion and
strengthen and invigorate the stomach
and bowels. For sale by Davis' Phar
macy and F. S. Duffy. .
"Wheels" Are llcnilireai.'V
""Ahl" ho sighed. '.'.'."If you uuly gave J
me the least possible hobo I"
"Good grneiaii3!" retorted the miru
hearted bells. - "I've been giving you
the least I ever gave to nny man!"
Bmh the : ZJf m mi m "aw ,lwa" "N
Jack What seemed to be tho hard
est thing to you In learning to ride the
bicycle? Tom The ground.
Tom Twenty dollars for that simple
fall hat? You- must be crazyl
Clara Well, I must say it's going to
luyhead. Mall nnd Express.
vr j u f ft .
M A V- S MM MMJ
" Leader" and Repeater"
SMOKELESS POWDER SHELLS
Carefully inspected shells, the best com
binations of. powder, shot and wadding,
loaded by machines which give Invariable
results are responsible for the superiority
of Winchester "Leader" and "Repeater"
Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells.
There is no guesswork In. loading them.
Reliability, velocity, pattern and penetra
tion are determined by scientific apparatus
and practical experiments. Do you shoot
them ? If not, why not ? They are
THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT
New Stock Horses Arrived.
We have just received a fine .lot of
horses suitable for farm work or dri
ving, which we will sell at reasonable
We have also a full line of Wagons.
Buggies, Harness, . and everything
usually kept in an up-to-date stable.
We will make Terms Right. -
66 Broad St
New Bern, N O
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 5, 1906.
' I 40
f 2 42
f 3 43
f 7 33
f 8 38
f 9 37
4 10 10 02
f 1 30
f 4 10
. 4 27.
f 5 33
flO 51 f 5 40
11 02! 5 54
fll 18 f 6 09
11 30 6 29
11 36 f 6 35
f 6 46
Haw River. ... .. ..
Garner... ....... .
Ar. ' - -
f 9 37
f 6 15l
f 5 10
f 4 10
f 8 58
f 3 121
f 8 06
f 2 401
f 1 49
f 5 17
'f 4 02
f 2 85
f 9 55
f 8 42
This condensed schedula is published as information and is subject to change)
without notice to the publ'e. v . ; '
Trains Nos, 112 and , 108 connect at Goldsboro with Atlantic Coast Line
trains; both Southbound and Northbound; and with Atlantic and North Carolina
trains tor Morehead City and intermediate points. ...
Train No. Ill connects at Greensboro with train No. 33 for Charlotte, Colura
bia and Jacksonville. No. 37 solid Pullman train, drawing-room sleepers New
York to New Orleans and Memphis, also for Winston-Salem. Wilkesboro, Dan
ville and local stations.
Train No. 117 handles through coach between Raleigh, Chase City and
Richmond, where close connection is made with Washington Southern Railway
for Washington and Eastern cities. --
Train No. 107 connects at Durham for Oxford, Chase City and Richmond;
University Station for Chapel Hill daily except Sunday; at Greensboro with
train No. 36 for Washington and points North, close connection for inston
Calem, High Point, Salisbury, Charlotte and intermediate stations. -
Train No. 135 connects at Greensboro with No. 39 for Charlotte, Columbia
and Jacksonville: No. 35 for Atlanta and all points South and Southwest: Nos.
34 and 38 for Washington and all points North; connection is also made at Salis
bury for western Nortn Carolina points. .
S. H. Hardwick, P. T, M. W. H. Tayloe, G. P. A. H. B, Spencer, G,tM
Washington, D. C.
R. L. Vernon, T. P. A, T. E. Gbeen, C. T. A.
Charlotte, N. C Raleigh, N. C.
Physicians who have gained a nation
al reputations as analysts of the cause
. . . . . n a . 1 . .1 I . ? .1: . I Al. .. i- I
e tide here 13 3 leec nigner man ; 01 varn.ua u.weaHes, cmiin mm 11 wiur
ocii for years and is still rii.ing, ' ing cold could be avoided a long list of
,! ..! rrous n.'.ments woulu never oe
1, s (.r.
Coast Road Takes P. 0. & W. Into Its
Local officials of the Virginia-Carolina
Coast railroad yesterday confirmed the
purchase of the Pamlico, Oriental and
Western railroad. The purchase was
authorized at a meeting of the board of
directors and their action will be sub
mitted to a meeting , of the stock
holders for ratification on February 12.
As announced some time ago by the
Virginian-Pilot, the consolidation of
these two roads and the Suffolk and
Carolina, had been decided upon and
would soon be announced. . The four
properties h the merger are capital
ized at $7,500,000. Development of the
large timber interests understood to
have been recently secured from the
J. I. Roper Lumber company, end.
other timber tracts controlled by the
companies,, will be the first object of
the company. It is also true that teri
milial facilities are held in Norfolk.
Another project, and In part responsi
ble for the merger, is the formation of
a combination with the C. & O. for an
eastern and western outlet. ' This will
give Eastern North Carolina Bnothor,
and it is claimed, more direct route to
the east and west,
The noting in Gomel, Russia, grow
ing out of racial feeling resulted in the '
destruction of more than 100 buildings.
b ..v. m li;n You Haw WSWI HOtlWI'
VW. M -
RCount Frederick ' Lamsdorff , and
Baron Roenne were murdered by revo
lutionists in.Courland, Russia.
fttui th ' Kina ion Han vmi mm
. Uriliinn governor.
"Oovenior.. 1-oik of .Missxirl.'
the Chlesga . Chronicle, . "ua:i
camrlit 111 the net of Accepting n lil iiie
tn cxehnnza far a roirdan. The prison
er wns sent to jail for six yen im, for
fjlue resisiraliou. but Uoe.4 not m-em
t have luulerstood what ho vw do
lug. . Ills wife, , with her ilireo risll
dreii, came to see tho governor, but ho
wa still In doubt. :'" ' : ;i
"The prisoner's tlve-year-old duli;?li-
tor npiirandied him timidly nnd 8:i!d,
If you let my papa go I II give you a
kiss.' The governor replied a trwo
huskily, 'All right, llttl girl, you shall
take him homo with you.1
U. S. Cherry is sulferinif very
h f ruin a large boil on his neck.
- 1!. E.
f iii v
ry m-9 knows that pneu
,,i . . ' rj ordinate from
' srsh, broiirhiti4.
' J r
Pirating Foley'e Honey endTir.
Folev & Co.. Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
r'ini':1 , nnd on account of tho great
! t mi; 1 pnptil.-irit V of l oh'y's l.;rwy
The attorneys for the Government
and for the packers failed to agree on
a statement of facts and testimony
must determine the issue, .
1 r 1.
Don't Have to Wait for Weeks. A
New Bern Illustration.
Waiting is discouraging.
Prompt action pleases everybody.
A burden on the back is 8 heavyweight
Hard to bear day after day.
Harder still year after year.
Lifting weight, removing the burden.
Bringing appreciating responses.
New Bern people tell of it
Tell how it can be done.
Tell of relief thats quick and sure.
Here is case of it:
C P. Bartling, proprietor of the
Bartling fhaving Parlor, place of ad
dress 109 Middle St, says: "I used
Doan's Kidney Pille which I procured
at Bradham's Pharmacy, for my back
and kidneys, and I found them to be all
that is claimed for them. I had trou
ble with my back for some time, the
secretions from the kidney were very
dark and full of sediment and my back
gave me any amount of trouble. It
pained me and ached bo badly at times
that I could not attend to businers,
Doan's Kidney Pills went to the right
spot so quickly I could hardly believe
it The first did miso much good that
I bought a second and used four pills
day. My back has not hurt me since
and I can stand on my feet all day and
do not get tired like I Used to. You
can use my name and welcome for 1
know tho great value of Doan's Kidney
For sale by all dealers. Prieo I ) ct.i.
a u.k. Vttr-v.:v, 1 '11 Co., r ' '
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; - t ' .) 1 ' , :
At the Head of ell Tobacco Fertilizers
Meadows Gold Leaf
TOBACCO - GUANO
Use it and you will be pleased.
Meadows COTTOW AND ALLCROP
jj Guano, and Special Fertilizers For All
Ji It no Sales Agent in your vicinity, writs
O us. we use oniy me uniax rnixu
() FOOD IN OUR GtOOWS.
Insist on having
t. H. S J. A. Ltfij.ib oU., L.ir.'JLli.'v.
Factory Neuse River. new beun, n. c
T T" tl
I j ., . . . , . im u. 1 nunc, ou.
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M MW mm W 'W- -w , "
j l: haqtsfi" : s.
fontrnctor ami LZzill,'.. r.
orrick'93 1-2 middle st. i .
After having so much trouble to get Tin work done when I v
like I wanted it done have purchased the Tin Business of L. II. (
opened a First Clans Tin shop No. 90 Middle Street, next t
Store, where I have competent and experienced men to d r v
this business in conjunction with my CONTRACTING " II ', "
Any work sent me will receive rilO.M PT ATT III i !': ', i '
UVEUEI) when niOT.tirMIX
I have an EXriHUIUICKD F.I.ATKIt. ALL KE ' It:
DONE. STOVE PIPE V.nt to Or.l.-r. CUVel'. ! ', I