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NEW BERN CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, FRIDAY MAY 25, 1906.--SECOND SECTION.
FORMER NEW 8ERNI AN HONORED,
Hit following From tin Abilene. Texas Da'
' ly (Uporler Will bo ol Local interest.
"We ore glad to be able to ahlo to re
port that the Association of Hardware
Jobbers of Texas, now in -session in
- Dallas 'have honored t.hernselves and
our city, by electing Ed S. Hughes, of
tnia city, president of the body, a spe
eial to The Reporter, bringing the
novo just before we go to press
Mr. Hughes ia probably the biggest
hardware dealer in the State of Texan
and ia aaid to carry the largest stock in
In selecting him the association' has
choaen not only one of the most mic
ceasf ul men, but one of the most pleas-
and, courteous and reliable gentlemen
The people of West Texas' appreciate
this merited recognition of a gentleman
of our section, one - who has spent his
his entire husincua lifs amon;H niiiurs
iug a fortune by fair dealing- and being
able to see and seize every 'opportunity
to benefit his customers. It is such
men as Ed Hughes who have placed
West Texas in the front ranks, and
have demonstrated that we have the
bast country in the great southwest."
The weather continues cool and
The farmers are getting discouraged
about their cotton coming up.
A few of our people attended preach
ing at White Oak church Monday by
Messrs A II Eubank and Willie Nel
son attenied quarterly meeting servi
ces at Northeast Sunday.
Mrs Mary Eubank who has been
spen1ing a few few months with her
daughter at Wilmington, returned home
Some of our people attended preach
ing at Maysville Sunday.'
We regret to note that the condition
of Mr William Hell does not improve.
Mrs Sallie Hewitt, and daughter, Mrs
Torbertand child, and Miss Lela Mor
ton of Port Norfolk, Va., passed
through here last week enroute to Hu
Mr. Hugh Humphroy, of Goldsboro,
' who has been visiting relatives and
friends at Bogue for several days, left
Thursday for Richlanda, Jacksonville
Mr. Henry Garrison, of Patterson,
N. J. ia the guest of Mr. E. I!. Moore
Mrs. R: W. Smith and children re
turned home Friday from Macedonia:
ahewaa accompanied by Mr. and Mrs
Arthur and children.
Mr. Robert Plgott, of Pogtic Inlet,
visited here Monday. There seems to
be some attaction near Mi thlehein.
Mrs. E. B. Moore Mr. and Mrs. J,
W.Guthrie, Mrs. Ola Holland and Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. Taylor went to Moi e
head City shopping last week. '
Mis. Mollie Stanton and little grant
daughter Bessie Sabiston, fro-n near
Beaufort, is visiting her brother. Dr. J.
W. Sanders and family this week, '
Mrs. R. W. Jones and duijhter Fan
nie, returned home Saturd ly from
Mr. Noah Haskett, of Newprvt, made
a b tineea trip to Bogue last w t ok.
... - V ' M. & R
J. M. REGISTER
: Porch Columns, Rails, Bal-
-usters, Spindles, Stair Rail
! Balusters, Grills;' Plinth and
. Corner Blocks, Sash and
.Doors, Frames for Wood and
: Brick Buildings, ; Mouldings,
jMantles, Brackets. ; Factory
in Church Alley, New Bern
:n.c. , .
Distributors for Craven, Car
teret, Onslow. Jones, Pam-
.-The Jl; FortV
(j tS. i " ; ' I
HiCKft j 7- hnviud
llCO, Beaufort, And King-
TO CONTINUE STREET WORK
Groensboro 'Board Aldermen Authorize Street
Commissioner to Borrow $50,000
(Special Correspondence.) , -
Greensboro, N. G," May 21th.
The Board of Aldermen of Greens
boro at a meeting last night authorized
the street, commissioner to borrow $50,
000 for the purpose of continuing the
work of grading and paving streets of
the city. In furtherance of the action,
the Mayor was authorized to execute
five notes payable eight months after
date for $10,000 each with interest at
six per cent. .- Under a recent ordi
nance requiring abutting property own
ers to pay ono-forrh the expense of
paving, this, means the expenditure of
another $100,000 here for street im
provement. The Supreme court of the
State having in a recent decision de
clared that "water sewerage and good
stree's were "necessary expenses of a
city" the' constitutional requirement of
a vote of approval by the people for
borrowing money did not apply in such
cases, is the motive power behind this
pft repeated borrowing of money with
out a vote of the people by Greensboro's
city authorities. A splendid new city
water works extention is now being
ing completed with money borrowed
under the same decision of the Supreme
court without a vote authorizing it.
The office of supervisor of street
work was created, and Mr.' J. Giles
Foashee was made superintei.dent, at a
salary of $1,000.
Twin Freezers, two flavors at one
t ime. M. E. Wbiteliurst & Co.
High Handed Craft
Special to Journal.
Philadelphia, May 24. -In the Penn
sylvania Railway investigation which is
being conducted here, it developed tad
day that "the railway officials and em
ployees "had received large sums Of
money from coal operators 1norder to
get favor from the corporation in the
way of rates.
Drink Dr. Pepper and retain your
youth and health.
Mrs. Davis Suffers Relapsp
Special to Journal.
New York, May 24. Mrs. Jefferson
Davis suffered today a relapse and a
Chocolate Ice Cream and Lemon Ice
at the same time with the Twin Freez
ers.' M. E. Whitehurst & Co.
Women Use Violent Language
Special to Journal.
London, May 24. In the Equal
Rights Convention today some of the
speakers used inflammatory and abu
sive language toward the enemies in
parliament of the measure granting
women the right of ballot. They even
intimate threats against the safety of
such enemies.. "
Princess Ena, of Battenburg has left
her home and gone to Spain, where she
will be married to Alfonso King of
Spain next week. ,.
Screen doors, windows and
frames, all sizes New stock
just in. Gaskill Hardware
His Fine Italian Hand
Special to Journal
St. Petersburg,' May 24. Gen. Tre
pofTs influence has been vory ', plainly
seen in the delay of the amnesty pro
ceedings. TrepofT ig a power with the
Czar and his advise is sought on almost
every occasion of crisis in national af
fairs. He is hated' by the people for
his stern and unielen'ing manner with
prisoners and whilo on military duty.
Should the request for amnesty be de
nied Russia will have a revolution. ,: -
. Poultry wire, all heights,
Ellwood fence wire, barbed
wire. Gaskill Hardware Co.
Panama Canal Will be on Lock Sys
tem. Special to Journal: ,
'Washington, May 24. The great
bulk of sentiment of the House of Rep
resentatives is in favor of a lock canal
at Panama as opposed to the sea level
canal proposed by some of the Senators
The bill in preparation provides for the
' Secretary Taft has gone to James
townr Va., to select a site for the monu
ment to be erected in honor of Capt
John Smith. '
For Sale ' ""
One 20 h. p. fire box boiler in good
condition, lor terms and price apply
.to Hammer Lumber Co., Kellums,
Jn. c v, - . ;
A SPLENDID CLOSING
Winner of ' Honors at Bingham School.
Commencement Exercises. Prepar
ations for 1906-07.
Bingham School, Mebane, May 23.
At the commencement exercises of Ring
ham School, Mebane, N. C, the Uni
versity of North Carolina scholarship,
which ia given to the student who at
tains the highest average in his studies
and which is worth $60.00 in tuition
was awarded to Mr. Lenoir Thomas
Avery, son of Hon. A. C. Avery of
Burke Co. ) Mr. Avry was distinguish
ed in deportment and scholarship during
the year. The Washington and Leu
University scholarship was given to
Mr. Charles Carroll Burton, son of the
late R. 0. Burton, Esq., of Wake Co.
Mr. Burton also made a speech of mark
ed excellence in the final debate. The
University of Tennessee scholarship
was given to Mr. Thomas Jennings
Hackney, of Wilson.
The. Bible prize was given to Miss
Emma Kerr Craig, of Orange, whose
average for the year was J)91r.. '1 he
Latin medal was obtained by Mr. Jos
eph' Otto Frye, of Costa Rico, C. A.
The history prize went to Miss Susan
Jane Chandler, who stood first in scholar
ship in school. As Bingham is a boys
school, however, Miss Chandler did not
receive a scholarship. The "Mary Pey
ton Gray" Essay medal, which is named
m honor of the Principal's mother, was
obta;ned, after a close contest by Mr,
Odar Lee Bailty, of Orange, whose
subject was St. Paul. Mr. Richard
Sugg, of Wilson carried off the prize in
science, as he obtained the highest
grade in that department. Tin Mathe
matics medal was won by Mr. Lee
Dpvenport, of Pitt county and the Eng
lish medal by Mr. Samuel Anderson
Lynch, of Orange.
At Bingham much stress is laid upon
Penmanship and for years the writing
of the Zanerian Pen Art College, of
Ohio has been taught. This session
the medal for the greatest improve
ment was won by Mr. Arthur Daven
port, of Pitt Co. , and the prize for the
second greatest improvement went to
Mr. William Ilinton Andrews, of
In the athletic contest Mr. Walter E.
Hittchins won the "100 yard dash",
"putting the shot", "the potato race"
and "the high jump." Mr. William
Ormond won tlie event "throwing the
base ball" and Mr. Nash Parker, "the
pole vault." Mr. Hutchins was four
teen points ahead at the end and won
the beautiful athletic medal given by
the Principal and delivered to him by
Prof. N. F. Brannack, of Mebane.
Physical culture is required' at the
school of all who enter and it is partly
in consequence of this that the health
record at the institution has been so
In the Inner society contest between
the Kalisthenic and Polemic societies
the judges awarded the declaimer's
medal to Mr. Samuel Jones Stephens,
of Moore Co. who ! declamation was
The New South" by Grady. The
oratos medal was won by Mr. Conrad
B Wessell of Now Hanover, whose sub
ject was "Americanism." The socie
ties debated the question "Resolved,
That the Government should Regulate
Railway Rates," and the medal was
awarded by the judges to Mr. John A.
McLeod, of Chapel Hill. The medals
were delivered in an attractive speech
by Rev. A. G. Dixon of the Protestant
MethodiBt church. The music for the
Commencement exercises was furnished
by the Bingham Cornet band, under the
leadership of Trof. C. E. Redman, "who
has been the teacher . of music for the
past two years.
Preparations have commenced for
the new session of, 1906-07 which it is
hoped will be a successful year in every
way. Principal Gray is now lpaking
out the list of the faculty and the hand
some new catalogue of the school will
soon issue from the press. ; ,
North Carolina hams and Norway
Mackerel at Oaks Market.
Stomach Troubles. .
' Mrs. Sue Martin, an old highly re
spected resident of Faisonia, Miss., was
sick with stomach trouble for more than
six months. Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets cured'her. She says:
"I can now eat anything I want and am
the proudest woman in the world to find
such a good medicine., For Sale by
Davis Pharmacy and F, S. Duffy.
Death of an Infant
Ralph Joseph, infant son of W. E.
and Mollie Ivey, died Thursday morn
ing aged nine months and 24 days, at
the parents' home, No. 46 East Front
street, ' The remains, will be buried in
the cemetery of the Asbury church at
11;80 this morning.
-r , '" ' Notice
Wo make a specialty of adjusting
claims of all kinds and especially Insur
ance Claims. ; , ,
At present we are engaged in a series
of suits against the Life Insurance Co.
of Virginia to recover on certain ten
year term policies sold to the people
upon the representation that at the
end of the year they could draw out
; D. E. HENDERSON,
Attorney at Law.
65 S. F. Street, Now Bern, N. C.
A HEAD ON COLLISION
A Delivery Cart and Private Carriage Meet
on the Same Track.
'About 6:30 last night Mr. and Mrs. L.
II. Cutler, Jr., were driving north on
Middle St. in front of the Baptist church
and they met the delivery wagon for
the Oaks market driven by a colored
, boy, and hiving the right side of the
road they ijiought the boy would cer
tainly turn out the right way. Ho evi
dently endeavored to do jo but was
too late and the vehicles came together
I witn a smash, the boy was driving, the; Greensboro, May 24. Five convicts
howo at a brisk trot. The boy fell , , ... . , ,
Y-t- J .broke camp this morning and guard
, uui ui uiu Wilson arm uuuer lih: wagon
land the wheel passed over his body.
; Mr. Cutler jumped out of his buggy , Bnd John B. McMillan, white, the lat
, and tried to rescue the boy from fur- ter lived eight hours, the negro died in-
ther injury and backed the horse rolling
the whole wheel over the prostrate
body again. The boy was taken from
under the wagon in an unconscious, con
dition and taken to Dr. Disosways of
fice where he soon revived. The de
livery wagon was damaged considera
bly. No blame whatever is attached
to Mr Cutler but the boy is said to have
Thedroughtof this section hasreaehad
an alarming s'.aga Without rain very
soon the Irish pola to crop will be a
complete failure in fact the crops gen
erally are badly damaged.
Mrs. J. R. Jinnelt, who has been vis
iting at Morehcad City returned home
a few days ago.
Many of our people attended the pic
nic at Ilarlowe last Friday.
Mrs. W A Stanton, and gran daughter
M m Bessie Sabiston are the guest of
Dr. Sanders at liogue this week.
Mr. Dallas Sadler and family of B a es
Mill have purchased and moved in our
Mr. Curtis Campen is a frequant vis
itar at M. City now-a-days we do not
know the attraction.
Messrs W. S. Harvey and Dora Mer
rell spent a few days at Sneads Ferry
Misses Bessie and Rosa Bell Dickin
son have returned home from Oriental,
where they have been visiting friends
Mr. and Mrs. John Sabiston wore the
guest of Rev and Mrs. J. B. Russell
Kev. J . K. Jinnett will till his reg
ular appointment at Russell Creek Sun
day at 11 o'clock.
Mr. and Mr. J. T. Morris attended
service at Russell Creek Sunday.
"Zoo has purchased and placed in his
home one of Epworth's sweet tuned
Messrs D. C. Lewis and (!. C. Lang
dale were callers at the city Sunday
afternoon in attendance at the Children
Day exercises, so they say.
The boil of the political pot has be
gun. Whoop. The woods are full of
aspirants for office we predict that one
will be able to vote at the coming elec
tion for whom he maj see fit; but we
expect he will fit better after the elec
tion if he fails to vote for any of the
The fire originating in the eastern
part of the county with the aid of the
prevailing eastwardly winds, has reach
ed the open grounds and is now burn
ing that part of the road known as Turn
Pike Road leading from Beaufort to
Merrimon. One bridge has been de
stroyed and holes are burned jn the road
to the depth which will admit the size
of a horse. The road hands have been
fighting the fire for several days but at
this writing have been unable to extin
guish it. Without rain and a change of
wind the farming section and mill tim
ber of the westorn section will be great
ly damaged by the great conllaga'
Your reporter among others is the
recipitent of.a very valuable atlas of
the battle field of Chickamauga and
Chattanooga and vicinity from the Hon.
C. R. Thomas, one who never forgets
his constituents and is always in close
touch with his people of the Congress
ional District Long may he, and we can
safely say that he will live in the hearts
and memory of the people whom he has
served so faithfully.
New Subscribers to Phone System
Subscribers to the local ' telephone
service are asked to add the following
to their lists: '
F. G. Smith, residence 305.
C. T. Hancock, residence 331. .
.Waters China Store, 218.
A. M. Edwards, store 136.
Miss Berta Pugh, 452, "
S. L. Dill, Jr., office 120.
S. M. Brinson, residence 319.
Fertilizer Shell and Bone Co., 255.
Miss Lfila Taylor, 832.
Miss Sadie Hollister, 356. : ..'
Miss Lena Sanford, 856,
California Fruit and Transportation
W. J. Lucas, reiidence 857.,
J. Hollister, residence 884.
; MacKay's Mac-u-dine
cures all headaches, etc, does not de
press the heart, : 10, 25 and GO cents a
bottle at druggists, Dc doses at foun
CONVICTS BREAK AWAY
Negro Died Instantly White Man Lived Eight
Hours. Death Reveals His
Identity. Relatives In
Special to Journal
I IIorncy kllled Jea8e Tomhnson, negro,
McMillan was taken to High Point
hospital, and just before death, reveal
ed his identity as being Brent Morey,
from Lexington Kentucky. He was
sentenced here in February for forgery
after having victimized the banks and
social circles of this city He pleaded
guilty but never would tell of his peo
ple, and until just before his death, re
fused always to say even to his lawyers
who he was.
When he revealed that he had a
father and two sisters living in Lexing
ton, he extracted a promise of secrecy
but the hospital attendant gave the se
cret away. He asked to be buried as a
laupcr in High Point; leaving valuable
diamonds and watch and chain on de
posit in bank to a Greensboro friend
whom he had swindled.
BOARD OF VISITORS
Appointed to A & M College by Governor.
Life Insurance Co. at Wilmington.
Special to Journal:
Raleigh, May 24. Governor Glenn
re-appoints D A Tompkins, W S Prim
rose, W H Rogan, and E M Koonce as
the board of visitors of the Agricultural
and Mechanical College, for a term of
The Eastern Carolina Mutual Life
Insurance Company of Wilmington was
chartered today. Ithas no capital
stock. Thomas E Mask and others are
Teamsters Demand Six Day Week.
Special to Journal
Chicago, May 24. It is probable that
the teamsters union of this city will
inaugurate another strike unless their
requests are complied with. They now
demand a six day week saying that
every man should be given an oppor
tunity to attend church on Sunday.
They have given their employers until
Juno 1st to answer their request.
United in Faith '
Special to Journal
Des Moines, May 24. Today was the
greatest of the entire meeting of the
General Assembly of Presbyterian
churches. The Union of the Cumber
land Presbyterian and the regular
Presby terianchurches was consummated
amid the greatest rejoicing. The union
had been discussed for some time but
the sentiment of almost the whole body
was in sympathy with the movement of
the two churches joining their inter
ests. We Want to Sell Some of the Goods.
When trade is dull and stock is full.
And the cash you need you want to pull
Take all your goods from off your
And move the whole of your stock out
doors Then if the folks won't come and buy
A mark down fake you next can try
You can fool some people all the time
And in this way catch many a dime.
But when your prices" are right in the
And you've acted the honest merchants
part , ; :
Just peg away you'll not be lost
For the buyers know where to save in
WATER'S CHINA STORE,
The Oxford Orphans Tonight
The children from the Masonic Or
phanage at Oxford will give their con- j
cert at the opera nouse tonight, ine
chorus is larger than usual and there
are many features that will be found to
be very interesting. It should be re-
mombered that these little ones are the
ward, of the Mawnic Grand Lodge and
that they are in one sense objects of t
charity, therefore tha citi Jena are
helping a worthy cause when they pa-j
tronize this concert Price of admis
sion throughout the house, 25 cents; no
Dr. Tepper's Phos Forratea
no dope or come back drops,
rink with merit.
It is a
IS SOLE AGENT FOR THE
"No Shoes Wear Better"
SPECIAL LINEN SALE
WE PLACE ON SALE
A big lot of Waist and Dress Linen Lawns, Table Liaens
and Napkins, Linen Towels, &c, and will offer them at a
pries that should interest every woman in the city:
8!ic Quality, fine sheer Linen at
00c quality, extra good value
50c quality' just the thing for suits
40c quality, a regular 50c seller at
25c quality, best quarter number at
35c quality, Linen Lawn at
$1 00 quality, Linen Damask
GOc quality, Linen Damask
68 inch Unbleached Dama4k at
THESE PRICES ARE FOR FRIDAY
ONLY, AND ARE FOR CASH !
J. J. BAXTER
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
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7th Ward, Norfolk City. This property is located midway between the celtat
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point. .- ; ,;; V-, .
TERMS $5. and $10.00 per month, without interest
or taxes until paid for. Lots $400 to $750, according t
The city's rapid growth in this direction should make much higher vats
For further particulars apply to
C. T. PUMPHREY, Hotel Hazelton, New Bern, N. C or
HIGHLAND PARK SYNDICATE.
140 Miin Street, Norfolk Vac
Makes up-to-date Photos, and gives
, prompt service, for reasonable prices.
Films developed the day they are brought
to the Studio.
92 East Front ' Street.
Dr. Pepper's PhosFeirrates
Hier's Root Beer
FOR YOUR HEALTH
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