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" . May 23.
It is so dry we are having a great
- deal of sickness in our place. The Doc-
' InriMtnttn kin nn the fto all the
. ' ."The M. E. Sunihy eclwol of More-
head City had their annual picnic at
Maomn. laat Wi(tnpfl.1 V 1 fil ll allseemed
to enjoy themselves. Base ball play
ing, bugjjy riding, and rope jumping
was the young peoples sport.
jOurfaimers hnve the blues on ac
coont of cotton not coming up aid they
can't aet out tobocjo it stays so dry.
Cabbage are still in (rood -demand
and our farmers look plowed. .
Mr. Steve Dudley, f Ste'.la spont
' Saturday night . and i'u day in -our
Dr. C. N. Masm of H u! i xj was in
our burg Saturday attending to hia
The Primitive Baptist hf Id their reg.
Ular monthly meeting t.inlny ami i
Sunday at Newport r.i.i. J. ...auains,
. Mr.. John S. Morton of Harlnwo at-
j- . . M ,. j,,j,
tended.erv.ee at Newport S.inday.
' Master McKintey Hill of Newport,
viaiieu MBBier milium tuvjaiu ouuut
Mr, George-Gariner waa tha guest of
Mr. Murey D, McCain, last Sunday
K. S. M.
It la reported that tho Govornmcnt
will vigorously prosecuto tho Standnrd
Oil Company, uaing the Garfield repart
as a basis.
Bo Not bs Imposed Upon. -"
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a 'throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered for
the genuine. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refuse any substitute of
fered as no other preparation will give
the tame satisfaction. It is mildly luxa
tive. It contains ro opiates and is
aiest for children and delicat e persons.
For sals by Davis Pharmacy.
Moors boarded the slennior Mauolita,
carrying the American ll-ur, near Te
tuan and carried off a num'ier of Moor
An okapi, a rare specks of animal,
has been found in theCon;;o Froc St;ito.
Men and women who eat fat meats
and drink strong eolfao usually have
coarse, florid skins. HollUror's Kocky
Mountain Tea m ikes your skin soft and
fair. 35 cents Tea or Tablets. For sale
by F, S. Duffy.
; A treaty betweon the United Slates
and Mexico relating to the use of thp
Rio Grande's watprs was signed in
It Is safe to say that the nirls of 190G
art sweeter and more beautiful than
the girls of war times. The up-to-date
firla all take Hollister's Rocky Motm
tainTer. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. For
sale by F. S. Duffy,
" The steamer Duchess of Bedford
sailed from Victoria, B.C., with the
4tgo-American expedition which is to
aeattk for a supposed strrt- Ii of land
in the Betwfortgea.
For L. Q. Daniels' fresh
Wagons, Harness and Saddlery of all kinds. Would do
- r . ; city livery. Good rigs at; .reasonable rates. Phone 104,
, V M. HAHN can be found at L. G. Daniels'
Alvays iicmeraier tho ncxzi
fl nnative Eromo (H)uimn3
Czrc3 a CoM in One Day, Grh foTtvo.
Remove Freckles and Pimples
. Ill TEW DATS, WITH
Jk ...THC COMF1 CXrON BCAUTITItlt..'.
(Foantrly advertfiod and sold u Sattaola.)
1 A err application; will remove tan of
j ullowtvss and restore (he beauty of youth.
I TnADLNOLA fa guaranteed and money
j i, undid If it fails to remove frtckltt,
phnpks, liver-spots, collar discoloration,
siaac-hcads, duffe utmg eruptlona. ete. In
twenty days. Liivea the tkin soft, clear
an .y Eadomd thanb.
P' W cents and $1.00 by all leading
Natioaal Toilet Co.. Paris, Team
W'.:!cr.: I; e i wit to save Ul
Hi. 1 ttii-i.i'r ii (Miniilirr trip lu the
.Maine :i;l!m Ki.l v. nri easily the laziest
lis. in l.i tii--' ii.ti'ty. Finally his exas
perated eouinides told hint that If be
did not kill sometulug besides time
they would pack him off home. The
next morning Bill borrowed a rifle and
rent off up the mountains. Two hours
later the men In eninp saw Bill run
uiusr down uMin ns fust as he could
come, uud ,'lose hehiud him was a bear.
The mea watched the chase, with load
ed riilerf ready. Go reaching camp Bill
turned si ml t-.hot the bear. When the
men could stop laughlug one of them
said, "Bill, what ou earth possessed
you to run that distance with the bear
co close when you mlfht have killed
him ou the hill and saved your breath?"
Bill smiled slowly. "What's the use of
killing a li 'iir In the mountains and
ln,uln:r him in when you can run him
luV" be asked. -Boston Herald.
Moorn CunNltler Us Dirty.
A habit of our own which we con
sider tar more cleanly than eating
with our lingers Is looked upm by the
.Moors n -i Ul thy that Is, waadng our
hands or luce in a baslu and,- still
uiure, taking a bath where the water Is
nut ruunin?. The cleaner we become,
they say, the dirtier the water we are
wusioug with must uecessarily be
come, and eventually we atep forth as
cle inseil from water which Is no longer
clean. A Moor to wash his bands has
the water poured from a vessel over
them and never by any chance dips
them inlo the dirty water. The same
way lu their buths. The water Is
thrown over their bodies out of bright
brass bowls nnd flows away through
holes In the marble or tile floor. Mod
The Harvard Cru.
The Irou cross burnished with gold
which is over one of the entrances to
the Harvard college library (Gore hall)
wa.-t (it the time of the 1745 siege of
I.oulsburt; taken from a Catholic chap--el
there and brought to Massachusetts
as one of the spoils of victory." In 1877
Justin Wliisor, the librarian of Har
vard college library, found It In the
cellar of tlio library and had It glided
uud phu-.'.l in the position which It now
Daring- and Dexteroaa.
For a feat of dexterity and nerve It
would be dillicult to surpass that of the
Hosjesiuuii of South Africa, who walks
quietly up to a puff adder and delib
erately Rets his bare foot ou Its neck.
In Its struggles to escape and attempts
to- bite Its assailant the polsou gland
i secretes a large amount of the venom.
This Is Just what (he Bosjesmau wants.
Killing the snake, he eats the body and
uses (he pulsonjor his arrows.
lot of Horses, Also Euggies,
SHORT PASSING EVENTS.
The telegraphic forecast received
here yesterday indicated a northeas
storm. Up ' to the time of going to
press, however, there was but little
sign of such a storm or of any other
kind. A rainfall in neighboring sec
tions gives us a little hope that we
shall have showers within short time.
A stiff east wind yesterday kept the
atmosphere uncomfortably cool.
. The Journal office has received a pa
per of the Evening Sentinal published
at Carlisle, Pa., containing the picture
of Rev. J. Harvey Anderson, f. D.,
pastor of St. Peters church: Thear
ticle says that Rev. Anderson is a
strong candidate for editor of the offi
cial paper of A. M. E. Zion church,
The Star of Zion.
A cutting affray that will likely re
sult fatally occurred in Kins ton Mon
day. There waa a baseball game in
progress at Lincolnton, a colored su
burb and a row arose between two ne
groes. The fuss increased in numbers
and Charles Parker, one of the late
comers was cut in the breast so badly
that he may die.
There was one State case in the po
lice court yesterday. Charlie Slade
was charged with having sold an in
toxicating beverage known as cider.
He waa put under a one hundred dol
lar bond to prove to the Superior court
that it Was not cider. Another case
was cited for trial, Frank Slaton,
shooting fire arms within city limits.
His case was continued to Saturday on
A motor course will be established at
Wrightsville. A large touring car has
been engaged for the purpose and it is
expected to be a very popular means of
amusement at the beach.
Work will begin today at tearing
down the William Sultan building con
demned April 3d by Fire Chief Dawson.
There was a small shipment of beans
on the steamer Neuse Monday night;
the first of the season.
The editor of the Journal is in receipt
ot an invitation to the one hundred
and eleventh commencement exercises
of the University of North Carolina to
be held June 3, to 6th inclusive. Among
the speakers on this occasion is Mr.
Shepard Bryan, of Atlanta, son of
A tragic incident occurred at the fun
eral of a colored man in Wilmington.
RevJohnHooper who was conducting the
services injihe presence of a very large
assembly, members of the colored Odd
Fellows lode, fell d iad in the pulpit.
He was an aged man and highly re
spected by his people.
Mrr. V. V. B. Wicks the Georgian
evangelist will speak at Union grounds
Duck Creek, thU afternoon at 3 o'clock
Revival services at the grounds all day,
and the steamer Uncle Sam leaves
hourly foot of Pollock street, 25 cents,
round tri;. Public invited.
Two baskets of beans, the first of
the season were bought yesterday, by
B. B. Davenport, one each from J. W.
Hill and R. A. Wood. The dry weather
cutting down the growth of the
beans in this vicinity.
J. F. Parrott has been named for
postmaster of Kinston by President
Juggling With Dynamite.
Is no more dangerous than to neglect
kidney disorders. Foley's Kidney Cure
corrects irregularities and has cured
many severe cases after other treat
ment has failed. It builds up the worn
out tissues and restores health and vig
or. : "I was troubled with kidney com'
plaint for about two years," writes A.
H. Davis ot Mt Sterling, Iowa, "but
two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure ef
fected a permanet cure." For sale by
The battleship Louisiana, built a
Newport News, has been delivered to
Death from Appendicitis
decrease in the same ratio that the use
of Dr. King's New Life Pills'Increases.
They save you from danger and bring
quick and painless release from con
stipation and the ills growing out of it
Strength and vigor always follow their
use. Guaranteed by all Druggists.
25. Try them.
J. A. Willett, of Newport News, was
appointed by Judge Martin receiver
for the Saving Bank of Newport News
of which the president, Irwin Tucker,
defaulted and committed suicide.
You cannot have good health unless
your kidneys are sound, for the kidneys
filter the blood of Impurities which
otherwise act as irritating poisons and
break down the delicate organs of the
body and cause serious trouble. If you
have kidney or bladder trouble and do
not use Foley's Kidney Cure, you will
have only yourself to bJame for results
as it positively cures all forma of kid
ney and bladder diseases. For sale by
The poetoffice at Romney, W. Va.
waa robbed of about $500 in stamps
and $150 in money by burglars, who
blew open the safe. . '"-',.
A course, leathery complexion made
nntuututiful hv riintlnna alla fnp m
general reform in living, The diet
should be plenty of Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
For sale by F. S. Duffy.
Hake: UHncvs Mud Hladdtfp Right
LIST OF LETTER
Remaining in the Post Office at New
Bem, Craven county, N. C, May 21,
A Adolph Jose Avelin, Manuel Un-
B Alfred Ball.
C D R Candler, A G Cox, John
Coward. 130. Geo St.; Erastus Grum
pier. C A Demburger.
F WJFryar, 11 Cedar St., John
H Joseph Harris, Ezekiel Hsnder-
son, Richard Hill.
J Jarman James, Geo A Jackson,
K Geo KinnuL
M Henry Miller, Mose Milner.
W Miles Nixon.
P Henry Pram, Box 648, S Peet.
Q Zacharia Quinerly.
R John Richardson, care Geo A H
B Rosa E Bryant, 30 Geo St.
C Lucy Cowell.
J Miss A M Jouyan, Rosy Jones.
L John Lane.
M Hattie Moore.
R Lenire Rouse.
W Caroline White, (col) Mrs Mag
gie West, 17 Kinstrick St.; Susan
Persons calling for the above dates
will please say advertised and give date
1 The regulations now require that (1)
cent shall be collected on the delivery
of each advertised letter.
S. W. HANCOCK,
Fouts, Postmaster at River-
ton, la., nearly lost his lire and was
robbed of all comfort, according to his
letter, which says: "Fortwenty years
I had chronic liver complaint, which led
to such a severe case of jaundice that
even my linger nails turned yellow;
when my doctor prescribed Electric
Bitters; which cured me and have kept
me well for eleven years." Sure cure
for Bilousness, Neuralgia, Weakness
and all Stomach, Liver, Kidney and
Bladder derangements. A wonderful
Tonic, At all Drug Stores. 50 cents.
The subtreasury transferred $1,900,-
000 to San Francisco by telegraph. Tl is
makes a total sent to San Francisco
since April 18 of $34,491,200.
The Kind Yon Hw Always Boup
Andrew Carnegie is to be summoned
to court in Boston to tell about his re
lations with Mrs. Cassie Chadwick.
A Mountal of Cold.
could not bring as much happiness to
Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, Wis., as
did one 25c box of Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, when it completely cured a run
ning sore on her leg, which had tortur
ed her 23 long years. Greatest anti
septic healer of Piles, Wounds, and
Sores. 25c at all Drug Stores.
Thomas Estrada f alma was inaugu
rated for his second term as President
'When I was a druggist, at Livonia,
Mo.," writes T. J. Dewey, now of
GraysyjUe, Mo., "Three of my custom
era were permanently cured of con'
sumption by Dr. King's New Discov
ery, and are well and strong1 today,
He was trying to sell his property and
move to Arizona, but after using New
Discovery a short time he found it un
necessary to do so. I regard Dr. King s
New Discovery as the most wonderful
medicine in existence." Surest Cough
and Cold cure and Throat and Lung
healer. -Juaranteed by dl Druggist;
60c an $'. Trial bottle free. .
The report of the Southern Cotton
Association shows an increase of 2.76
per cent and states that at least 10
percent will have to be abandoned on
account of the scarcity of labor.
The Riches! Mas Is Iks Werld
The richest man in the world cannot
have his kidneys replaced nor live with
out them, so it is important not to neg
lect these organs. If Foley's Kidney
Cure is taken at the first sign of dan
ger, the symptoms will disappear and
your health will be restored, as it
strengthens and buils up these organs
as nothing else wilL Oscsr Bowman,
Lebanon, Ky., writes: "I have used
Foley's Kidney Cure and take great
pleasure in stating it cured me perma
nently of kidney disease, which cer
tainly would have cost me my life."
For sale by Davis' Pharmacy,
The continued illness of his daughter,
Mrs. Charles A. Strong, and of his
brothei, William Rockefeller, both of
whom are in France, is said to have
made Joha D. Reckefeller consent to a
trip across the ocean. :
Not N at Rich at KeckoJeHer. v
If you had all the wealth' of Rocke
feller, the Standard Oil magnate, you
could not buy a better medicine for
bowel complaints than Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
The most eminent physician can not
prescribe a better pit paration for colic
! and diarrhoea, both for children and
adults. The uniform success of this
remedy has shown it to be superior to
all others. It never fails' and when
reduced with water and sweetened, is
I . . A I- T at tl t 111
supplied with it. Sold by Davis Pbar
and F, 8. Duffy.
1 1 .4m:iiB'li&&M I
every part of the body, make it the greatest of
remedy PURELY VEGETABLE and while
tite, overcoming that tired, run-down feeling, and other ailments common to Spring, which
warn us that it is necessary to take a tonic, it is purifying the blood of all poisons and waste
matters so that it can supply to the system the strength and nourishment it needs to keep it
in perfect condition during the depressing summer months that are to follow.
spring is tne season wnen most every
one needs a tonic. It is nature's time for
renewing and changing; and as everything
puts on new life, the sap rises in vegetation,
the earth thaws out from its winter freezes,
and all respond to Spring's call to purge
and purify themselves, there is a great
change also takes place in our bodies. The
blood endeavors to throw off the poisons and
accumulations which have formed in the
system, and been absorbed by it, from the
inactive winter life, and calls upon every
member to assist in the elimination. Tho
system is often unequal to the struggle, the
appetite grows fickle, the energies give way,
the spirits are depressed, and a general run
down condition is the result.
Then the body must have assistance
it must be strengthened and aided by a tonic,
and S. S. S. is the ideal one. Beine made
entirely from roots, herbs and barks, it does
not disagreeably affect the system in any w ay as do most of the so-called tonics on the market,
which contain Potash or some other harmful mineral ingredient to derange the stomach ani
digestion, unfavorably affect the bowels, or otherwise damage the health. S. S. S. tones up
the stomach and digestion and assists in the assimilation of food; it rids the system of that
always-tired, worn-out feeling, and imparts viijor and tone to every part of the body. It re
establishes the healthy circulation of the blood, stimulates the sluggish organs, and calms
the unstrung nerves which make one feel that he is on the verge of prostration. S. S. S.
gives an appetite and relish for food that nothing else does, and by its use we can find our
selves with as hearty, hungry an appetite in Spring as at any other season.
It acts more prompth' and
and is absolutely safe because of its vegetate purity. Dyspeptic, irritable, nervous, debili
tated people will find S. S. S. is just the medicine that is needed for the purification of
the blood, which, trom its diseased or impure condition, is causing their trouble, as well as
for toning up and helping the entire system. When you take your tonic this Spring do not
experiment, but get the best the tonic with forty years of success behind it, and the one
endorsed by the best people all over the country S. Sm S,, THE GREATEST OF ALL
TONIOS, It is necessary at this time, when the system is depleted and weakened at every
point, that the right remedy be used one that is especially adapted to the condition, and
S. S. S. has proved itself to be this remedy for many years. If it is taken at the first sign
of Spring the system will be so built up and strengthened that the disagreeable affections of
the season will not be felt as warmer weather comes on.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, OA.
May 22, 1906.
The farmers carry long faces now,
the dry weather is so discouraging.
We are glad to note the little son of
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ferell is improv
Mrs. Sallie A. Springle, who has been
visiting her daughter in Norfolk, Va.,
returned home Friday. Her very many
friends were glad to welcome her home.
Rev. W. B. Avery filled his regular
appointment Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and M.-s. John Sabiston, of Core
Creek, attended services Sunday.
Miss Janie Lewis, who has been
teaching at Russell's Creek academy,
closed her school last week with an en -
tertainment. The recitations were very
nice, also the dialogues and music.
Miss Janie Lewis returned to her
home in Beaufort Sunday, accompanied
by a few of her friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Dudley and liltle
son were guests in our neighborhood
The little shower we had Saturday af
ternoon made the farmers smile.
We are glad our Sunday school is
still in good progress.
Rev. J. R. Jinnett will fill his regu
lar appointment Sunday at the Disci
Rev. J. B. Russell, wko has been on
the sick list, is slowly improving,
which his many friends are glad to
Misses Mattie Dancan and Willie
Williams were tfuest sf Mrs. L. L.
Springle last weelct they returned home
much to the regretof their may friends.
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.
The Ntw Coal Chute
the new coal chute located on the A.
A N. C. railway close to National Ave-
1 , . 1 J 1 !-
nue is now nearly compieveu aim ib
auite an institution. It is for the pur
pose of supplying coal to locomotives
and will contain five or six cars 01 coau
Although not occupying very much
area it is very substantially built The
foundations are solid masonry laid ten
feet in the ground and the super struc
ture is made of massive beams of oak.
It waa built at a great epense but
will be a help to the company.
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tczlc
ha stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over Czi cr. J a I !a!T LIT ri
tellies. Docs tlis record of merit appeal to you ? L'a Cure, r.'o Tcy. SCr.
. tftdoted with every bottle is a Ten Cent, package of Creve's fclaok Root. Liver TUU.
The ingredients that enter into S. S. S. and the method of com-hininp-
and preparing- them so that thev build ur and strpntrthftn
AN EFFORT TO PULL THROUGH THE DAY.
I have used S. S. S, quite extensively and unhesitatingly
reoommend it as the best blood purifier and tonlo made.
I am a machinist by trade and at one time my system was
so run down that by 10 o'clook every day I woulqfba com
pletely exhausted, and it was with the greatest effort that
1 oould pull through the balance of the day. Sinoe taking
s. S S., however, all this has disappeared. I am a strong,
vigorous man, abundantly able to do my day's work, my
appetite has been whetted up so that I oan eat anything,
my sleep is sweet and refreshing, and I know further that
it has purified my blood and put it in good condition. I
cannot speak too highly of your great remedy, 8. 8. 8.
817 W. Broad St., Columbus, O. A. B. MONTGOMERY.
SHE FOUND IT THE BEST SPRING TONIO.
On two oocasions I have used S. S. S. in the spring with
fine results. I can heartily recommend it as a tonlo and
blood purifier. I was troubled with headache, indigsstlon
and liver troubles, whioh all disappeared under the use of
S. S. S. My appetite, which was poor, was greatly
helped. I can eat anything I want now without fear of la
digestion, and my blood has been thoroughly oleansed of
all impurities and made rioh and strong again. As a tonio
and blood purifier it is all you olaim for it.
771 E. Main St., Springfield, O. MRS. G. WIEGEL.
gives better id more lasting
IERMANENT MEADOWS should have
an annual dressing of 500 pounds per
acre of a fertilizer containing eleven per cent.
Potash and ten per cent, available phos
This will gradually force out sour grasses
and mosses from the meadows, and bring good
grasses and clovers; thus increasing the quality
as well as the quantity of the hay.
Our practical book, "Farmer's Guide," gives valuable facts for every
sort of crop-raising. It is one of a number of books on successful fertilis
ation which we send on request, free of any cost or obligation, t any
farmer who will write us for them.
Addreu, OERMAN KALI WORKS,
New Vork -93 Nuuu Street. or Atlanta. Qm.-HX So. Broad Straot.
Owning a Home is better
are your own boss. When you consider the price of lot ,
in Ghent and their real value
There are a whole lot of
one is to buy a lot in Ghent.
Come and get my terms.
Buy A Lot in
7th Ward. Norfolk City. This property
of Norfolk and the Jamptown Exposition Grounds, with car service to either
TERMS $1 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 valaef
For further particulars apply to
C. T. PUMPHREY, Hotel Hazelton, New Bern, N. C
HIGHLAND PARK SYNDICATE,
, r ;- 140 Miin Street, Norfolk Va
all tonics. S. S. S. is nature's
it is restnrino- t1if arm.
results than any other remedy.
GET RIGHT ! !
than Renting. Then you
you should decide at once.
things you OUGHT to do .
is located midway between the cental
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