A JURIST WITH CREAT HONOR
AVfgctable Prcparalionfor As
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
nesj andRest.Conlains neither
Opium.Morplune nor Mineral
Apcrfecl Remedy forConslipa
Tion, Sour Stomach.Diarxnoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
To the democratic voters of
By the solicitation of my
friends all over the county I
hereby announce myself a
candidate for County Treas
urer subject to the Demo
J. J. BAXTER.
To the Democratic Voters
' of Craven County
In order that my silence in public
fulfil, may nui ue miscuiiabiutru nave
deemed it advisable to publicly an
nounce my desire to continue for another
term, in the office to which the voters
of my county h ve kindly elected me.
1 trust that rev- earnest efforts to dis
charge the duties incumbent upon me
' have been sufficiently successful to
earn for me a continuance in tiie office
during the succeeding term, and if
thaough the kindness of the Pemocratic
voters of the county I shall again be
the choic v 'of our County Primary, I
hall faithfully endeavor to serve the
people w'tJhaf;KKgcnce and uniform
ourteay rnich. rtivJPvdKr?rd to
use and eiKrcise during my past t .
GEO. B. WATERS,
.Reg. Deeds Craven Co.
For County Treasurer
To the -Democratic : Voters of Craven
County: u c .
' I hereby announce myself a candi
date, for the office of Treasurer for
Craven county, subject to action of
the Democratic primaries. During my
term of office I have endeavored faith
fully and impartially to discharge the
duties incumbent upon me as your
Treasurer, where the official duties
have been properly performed. It has
been the custom -of our party tore-
. nominate for the second term, and
asking for this nomination at the han
of my party, I rely upon the record
made by me in the performare of my
Very respec fully,
FREEMAN S. ERNUL.
At the request of numerous Demo
crats of Craven county I hereby an
nounce myself a candidate for the nom
ination bv the Democratic .Party to
the membership of the House of Repre- j
.senta ivos. If this suggestion of hum-,
erous friends meets with the approval '
of the party I will, if chosen, endeavor
to serve my people faithfully, rnd to
the full extent of my powers. I
. II. C.WHITEHURST.
To the Democratic Vot
exs of Cravfn Co.
1 hereby beg to announce
lllVbCU a WlUlUd IVI
: Office X)f Register Of Deeds
Of Craven COUnty SUblCCt tO
. . , . , . .
the Democratic primaries,
; and believing that , the peo-
pie of the city are willing I
for the people of the coun-1
try tO have a fair Share Of
. fc.r.ffWc'r.f trif rrmntv
, wiv vw.wv- w. ...v.
ask the suffrages of all. If
elected I promise" to f&ith-
11 r it. j
iuuy yciiuiiu iuc uuuca ui
RICHARD B. LANE,
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Jj
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
TMI MNTMUM MMMRT, NEW YORK CITY.
To the Democratic Voters of Craven
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the office of Sheriff, subject,
of course, to the Democratic primaries.
Assuring you of my sincere apprecia
tion of your kind support in the past,
and hoping that my administration of
the Sheriff's office has met with jour
approbation, and promising, if re-elect
ed, to conduct iia affairs impartially and
to the very best of my ability, I am
Very sincerely yours,
J. W. BIDDLE.
June 18, 1906.
Candidate for Register of Deeds
I desire to announce to the Demo
cratic voter of Craven county that I
am a candidate for the Democratic
nomination for? the office of Register of
Deeds at your countjr primary. As to
my fitness and competes ;v I refer to
my past record as a cWvk in the office
of the two last Regisf of Lda I
make no claim of right to tie oi3c,
but I do ask that the whit Democratic
voters consider whether past purty ser
vices are not (entitled to some consid
eration. I have never failed to serve
the psrt; when I could, and in the
Whit Supremacy campaigns I did so
at considerable sacrifice and not a little
danger. I have never asked for office
before and if my request is declined you
will still find me a faithful worker in
the ranks of the privates.
W. B. FLANNER.
To the Democratic Vot
ers of Jones County,
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Sheriff of Jones
county subject to the will of the Demo
F. M. JENKINS.
I respectfully announce that I am
candidate to succeed myself as Clerk of
the Superior Court of Craven county,
subject to the action of the nominating
I embrace this opportunity to express
to you my grateful appreciation of
the generous support given me in the
past, and to assure you that I shall en
deavor, by every effort of which I am
capable to merit your confidence.
I am with great respect -Very
truly yours, "'
' W. M. WATSON.
If your stomach troubles you do not
conclude that there is no cure, for a
great many have been permanently
! cured by Chamberlain's' Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Try them, they are
certain to prove beneficial. They only
cat a quarter. Sold hy Davis' Phar
macy and F. S', Duffy.
Th. mn-Hmnnrt-nt fpt..rM of the
Immigiationbill-the$5head tax and
the educational test-were eliminated
by the House, and the bill was then
; : .
Deadly Strptnt Bit. ,
are as common in In ia as are stomach
nd liver disorders with us. For the
T UtuT hwv er 8Ure remedy:
- Electric Bitters: the irreat restorative
medicine, of which S A Brown, of Ben
nettsvilie, a. u says: "iney restored
of guflfenng with dyspepsia and a cl r
nically torpid liver." -tlectric ' fitters
cure chills and fever, malaria, biliouB
!"", mnJ7 ' i i f
by all druggist, Price OOc.
IMauuer uisoruero. omu vu gunriuut:u
mm i y
Hon. Hannii Taylor, LL. D., the Author of
Ucil Books Which Command tha Re.
tpeel of Lawyer of all Nattsnti-
In the person of Hon. Hannis Taylor
the City of New Bern is entertaining
; an extraordinary man. He is one of
'. the most illustrious sens of the Old
I North State and has won well earned
laurels. He return to Nt w Bern to
renew the memories of old scenes and
acquaintances and during his brief stay
has been one of singular feelings and
emotions. His ancestors, the families of
both his father and mother settled in
New Bern before the revolutionary war.
They were of Scotch origin and all
maintained the high character arid in
tegrity for which the Scotch are noted.
His father, Richard N. Taylor was a
prominent merchant here for many
years and was an elder in the Presby
terian church. In the year 1869 the
family removed to Alabama and Tay
lor's course in the University of North
Carolina was temporarily discontinued.
He studied law at his new home and
late finished his college training.
Mr. Taylor, while he has been honor
ed by the United States Government as
minister to Spain and counsel in one of
her most celebrated cases does not at
tribute his best work in that capacity
but on the contrary believes the crown
ing work of his life is his literary pro
ductions, and to them he owes his later
honors. II s "History of the English
Constitution" is the standard work
adopted by colleges all over the country
I, won high praise from the Statesman
Gladstone and eminent lawyers of the
English courts have written eloquent
encomiums on the treatise. Another
book, "International Law" has been
a book which has found a place in mem
orable legal literature.
His life has been quiet and unosten
tatious but that he has not lived in vain
is sure. The people of New Bern greet
their distinguished visitor and as he
turns his feet away extend a co:dial
welcome to return and make a more
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS.
Have vou neglected your Kidneys?
Have you overworked your nerwus sys
tem and caused trouble with your Kid
neys and Bladder? Have you pains in
the loins, side, back, groins and blad
der? Have you a flabby appearan;o of
the face, especially under the eyes?
Too frequent desire to pass urine? If
so William's Kidney Pills will cure you.
Sample Free. By mail 50 cer.ts. Sold
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props.,
Cleveland, 0. Sold by D. A. Harget.
How to Break up a Cold.
It may be a surprise to many to learn
that a aovcro cold etui be completely
broken ud in or two days' time. The
first symptoms of a cold are a dry, loud
ough, a profuse watery discharge from
the nose and a thin, white coating on
the tongue. When Chamberlain's cough
remedy is taken every hour on the first
appearance of these symptoms, it coun
teracts the effect of the cold and re
stores the system to a healty condition
within a day or two. For sale by Da
vis Pharmacy and F. S. Duffy.
President Samuel Gompers, of the
American Federation of Labor, is work
ing to get up a fair to celebrate the
achievements of organized labor
throughout the world.
Too much rain is all the cry now. It
was never intended that people should
be satisfied. .
.The farmerc are out at their work
again after the hindrance of two weeks
Mr and Mrs Harry Davis of Beau
fort passed through Sunday enroute
Mr and Mrs Hill of Blades were the
guests of Mr and Mrs J F Sabiston
Dr C N Mason was called in our berg
Mr J M Buck takes his pack of
hounds out occasionally and trains them
Dreparatory to running deer neiit
Messrs Clyde Campen and William
Hunning made a flying trip - to New
Bern on business a few days ago.
Miss Lula Hardesty of Harlowe pass
ed through here last week accompanied
by Miss Vivian Hill of Atlantic who
was her guest for a few days,
Many of our farmers have not chop
ped their cotton for the first time.
Messrs M Pridgeon and L C Carrol of
Newport -were here yesterday doing
business in their line, selling and trad
Mr John .Dickinson is neanng the
completion of his new dwelling on Lau
rel road. J The carpenters work has
been superintended by Mr Clarence
Pimpson and it is a neat and commod
Most of our people have finished dig
ging potatoes and while., the price is
fairly good they have not had more
than half a yield.
Mr J. H Norris has completed his new
dwelling and ia having it painted.
, The out cry is that we will have a
f un crop of politics this fall if nothing
! : r n.ir rtH,Bn uttamtai
- 1 C0Unty convention on the 20th at Beau-
fort and there seems to bo much in-
. . .. . , , .,
teregt man nested in me coming con'
- ventions to b held on ths 26, and 7th
Bt Klnston and Goldsboroalso the aena-
- tunai convention which will probably be
held at Morehead City.
Work of cutting out the ritjht of wny
for the railroad was begun here y-s-terday.
Mr. P. W. li 'll hrn comiivn' i-.J . -rk
on hi.-t new dwelling.
Miss Alice I'.lunt arrived h m fr-.im
school at Greenhoro oumlxy v.-t-k
Her many friends wer. mor.- 1 1 ,n -,h.d
to see her.
Mr. T. H. Pritchard left his' Monday
for Hamilton, in answer t a tu!i r.ram
announcing the death of h .-- I h i , S.
Mr. J. A. Pittman, Misses Sn - Mat
tocks and Jessie Blount n'.trn I M l! e
Sunday school couvenliim nt Wrights
ville last week.
Mrs. J. M. Jones and daughter, Mi s
Rena, who have been speeding the a-t
few weeks in Berkly, Va , returned
home last Friday.
Mr. W. E. Mattocks i now hoiix- fi.r
a vacation from his work in South Car
fclrs. T. M. Wnudhull and daughters,
Misses Almita and IVruthy ar- spend
ing a few months in Now York this
Mrs. L. J. Herring and daughter, of
Berkley, Va., are spending a few weeks
here this summer.
The United States dredge boat Trent
arrived here about a week ago; it will
be near here a few weeks this summer .
cutting out the places known as Stand
Back and Sand Shoals in Brown Sound.
This will make navigation much better
between here and New River, which is
Rev. E. C. Andrews and W. P. Ward
made a business trip to New Bern la U
The seats In the Baptist church here
have recently been replaced with very
nice pews, which not only has added
much to the lo"ks and comfort, but has '
also increased the seating capaclity of
Mr. J. A. Pittman is the happy pos
sessor of a fine pair of horses recently
purchased of Mr. H. A. Jarnun, of
Mr. W. A. Pritchard one of the efli-
cient clerks in the commissary, tried
his luck fishing one day last week with
good results. j
Mr. John T Riggs, one of our pro
gressive merchants near here, is having
a gin and grist mill erected, he expects
to be ready for the fall trade.
Misses Bessie Heady and Sadie Fur
long returned last Wednesday from a
visit to friends at Smyrna. I
An Epworth 'League has recently'
boen organized at the Methodist church j
here, with Mr. Thos. Pritchard as '
president and Miss Hepsey Hatsell as :
Mr. D. G. Ward, our candidate for
county treasurer, says that he is so deep
in the grass that he cannot get out
among his friends to canvas much, the
recent rains and scarcity of labor hav
ing got him behind, guess we will hear
At the last regular communication of
Sea Side Lodge, the apron was presen
ted to W. A. Toler in the very impres
sive manner by the W. M., Mr. D. G.
Ward. The following -officers were
elected for the ensuing year: J. A. Pitt
man, W. M.; W. D. Sanders, S. W.;
W. P. Ward, J. W., and C. S. Pittman,
Secretary. Installation of officers will
take place at the regular communica
tion. JHORT PASSING EVENTS.
Mr. S. Coplon, Middle street dry
goods merchanl is adding quite an ad
dition to his store, about thirty-five
feet floor space in the rear, which he
finds will be needed to accommodate his
The House of Representatives has
passed the bill granting a $30,000 pub
lic building to the city of Kinston.
The bank of Dover began business
Monday. Three thousand dollars were
Reports from various parts of the
county, the Vanceboro section particu
larly say that the terrific wind storm
on Sundsy worked great damage with
the fruit and crops. There was con
siderable hail in that section.
Remember that ice, cream and cake
will be serveed at C. E. Slover's store,
corner of Pollock and Craven streets,
this afternoon and tonight, beginning
at 5 o'clock, by'a few ladies of the Sew
ing Circle of Centenary M. E. Church.
The Fishhawk surf party have all re
turned from Morehead and wbjle they
deplore the fact that bo many "tacks"
had to be made to reach their destina
tion they assert that the same "convict
stripes" will be in evidence on July 4th.
First Church of Christ, Scientist, cor
ner of Broad and Hancock streets, will
hold a testimonial service this Weddes-
day, p. m., 8:15.
The ice crenra party and banquet ef
the Atlantic Fire Co., to be held in the
vacant store in the Bryan block will -be-j
Friday night instead of Wednesday
There are many people who hive used
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy with splendid results,
but who are unknown because they
have hesitated about giving a testimo
nial of their experience for publication,
These people, however, are none the
less friends of this remedy. They have
done much toward making 't a house
hold word by their personal recommen
dations to friends and neighbors. It is
a good medicine to have in the home
and is widely known for its cures of
diarrhoea and all forma of bowtrou
ble. For sale by Davis Pharmacy "and
F. S. Duffy.
every part of the body, make it the greatest of
remedy PURELY VEGETABLE and while
tite, overcoming that tired, run-dowu feeling, and other ailments commdn 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 the season when most every
one needs a tonic. It is nature's time for an effort to pull through the day.
renewing and cliauging; 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. The
system is often unequal to the struggle, the
appetite grows fickle, the energies give way,
the spirits arc depressed, and a general run
down condition is the result.
Then the body must have assistance
it must be streuplheued and aided by a tonic,
and S. S. S. is the ideal one. Being made
entirely from roots, herbs and barks, it does
not disagreeably affect the system in any wa' as do most of the so-called tonics on the market,
which contain Potash or some other harmful mineral ingredient to derange the stomach and
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 vigor 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 pmniptly and gives better and more lasting results than any other remedy,
and is absolutely safe because of its vegetable 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, from '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 S S.0 THE GREATEST OF ALL
TONICS 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 SPEOIFIO COMPANY. ATLANTA, OA,
SERENADED THE FUTURE JUDGE.
Hon. Owerv N Guon Tendered a Spontaneous
and Hearty Ovation.
In consequence of his nomination to
the Judgeship for the tliird judicial dis
trict the citizens of New Bern gave
i Hon. Owen H. Guion a rousing recep
I tion at his home last ni;ht. The ser
vices of the Knights of Pythias Band
were engaged and a large number as
sembled to congratulate him on his suc
cess. Mr. James A. Bryan informed the
nominee of the action of the convention
and made one of his characteristic,
happy speeches. Mr. Guion returned
in kind with a most felicitous speech
and invited the people into his pleasant
home where light retreshments were
The negro George Scott, or Lee, who
was brought here by the military from
the Eastern Shore recently, and later
carried to Baltimore, will be tried in
Baltimore city July 5th for assault on
Mrs. Robt. Barnes and Miss F'rances
Powell, in Somerset county, Md. The
caselias been formally transferred
from the Somerset County Court to the
Baltimore county Court.
Three Phyelclane Treated Him Without
W. L. Yancy, Paducah, Ky., writes:
I had a severe case of kidney disease
and three of the best physicians in Ken
tucky treated me without success. I
then took Foley's Kidney Cure. Ihe
first bottle gave immediate relief, and
three bottles cured me permanentl) . 1
gladly recommend this wonderful rem
edy." Sold, by Davis' Pharmacy.
-Ik- V;i4 Vnt, Uni-a llwnuc DmiitM
Bean the t mi uuu
The Norfolk and Western Railroad
Company has decided to prohibit cigar
ette smoking in its general offices and
to employ no cigarette smokers.
An Alarming Situation
frequently results from neglect of clog
ged bowels and torpid liver, until con
stipation becomes ehronic. .This condi
tion is unknown to those who use Dr.
King's New Life Pills, the best and
centlest regulators of stomach : and
bowels. Guaranteed by all druggist,
Governor Swanson is preparing to
to take steps to enforce the two-cent-a-mile
railroad rate bill.
has stood the test 25 years. Averse Arr.J Za eve? C5 c l fll
bottles. Does this record cf merit r:td ts ycj? I!)C r.r iir y.
Enclosed with every bottle Is Ten U "t. r - eefCroWar ' I -
fopredients that enter into S.
and preparing them so that thev build ud and strengthen
I have usd S. 8. 8. quite extensively and unhesitatingly
recommend it as the best blood purifier and tonlo made.
I am a maohinist by trade and at one time my system was
so run down that by 10 o'olook every day I would be com
pletely exhausted, and it was with the greatest effort that
I oould pnll through the balance of the day. Blnoe taking
S. S 8., however, all this has disappeared. I am A strong,
vigorous man, abundantly able to do my day's work, my
appetite has been whetted cp so that I oan sat anything,
my sleep Is sweet and refreshing, and I know further that
it has purified my blood and put It in good condition. I
oannot speak too highly of your great remedy, 8. 8. 8.
817 W. Broad St., Columbus, O. A. B. MONTGOMERY.
8HE FOUND IT THE BEST SPRING TONIC.
On two occasions I have used 8. S. S. in the spring with
fine results. I can heartily recommend it as a tonlo and
blood purifier. I was troubled with headaohe, indigestion
and liver troubles, whioh all disappeared under the use of
S. S. 8. My, appetite, which was poor, was greatly
helped. I oan eat anything I want now without fear of in
digestion, and my blood has been thoroughly cleansed of
all Impurities and made rioh and strong again. As a tonlo
and blood purifier it is all you olaim for it.
771 E. Main St., Springfield, O. MRS. G. WIEGEL,
During the discussion in Russian
Douma regarding measures for famine
relief it was said starvation was ficti
tious and meant only to force-the revo
lutionists into submission.
Feel Impending Doom.
The feeling of impendirg doom in the
minds of many victims of Bright's dis
ease and diabetes has been changed to
thankfulness by the benefit derived
from taking Foley's Kidey Cure. It will
cure incipient Bright's disense and dia
betes and even in the worst cases gives
comfort and relief. Slight disorders
are cured in a few days. "I had dia
betei in its worst form." writes Marion
Lee, of Dunreath, Ind, "I tried eight
physicians without relief. Only three
bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure made
me a well man. ' ' Sold by Davis' Phar
Following the Flag
When our soldiers went to Cuba and
the Philippines; health was the most
important consideration. Willis T Mor
gan, retired Commissary Sergeant U S
A., of Rural Route 1, Concord, N. H.,
says: 'I was two years in Cuba and
two years in the Philippines, and being
subject to colds, I took Dr. King's
; "scovery xor uonsumpuon wn.cn
v t t-v . i.i i. : L.
Kept me in perieci neaiui. auu iiuw,
in New Hampshire, we find it the best
medicine in the world for coughs, colds
bronchial troubles and all lung diseases
Guaranteed at dl druggist. Price 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
John Goodfm's skull was fractured
and others were wounded in a riot at a
lawn party in the mountains of Rock
State or Ohio, City of Toledo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner oi tnennnoi r. j
Cheney & Co., drug business in the
City of Toledo, County and Statekfore-
said, and that said firm will pay. the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use Hall's
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, and acta directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system,
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Druggists, 76c
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
Grove's Tastebco CI1 Tcric
S. S. and the method of coml
all tonics. S. S. S. is nature's
it is restorinc the lost anoe.
The Very Beet Remedy for Bowel Trouble!.
Mr. M. F. Borroughs, an old and well
known resident of Bluffton, Ind., says;
"I regard Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best
remedy for bowel trouble. I make this
statement after having used the reme
dy in my family for several years. I
am never without it. " This remedy is
almost sure to be needed before the
summer is over. Why not buy it now
and be prepared for such an emergen
cy T For sale by Davis Pharmacy and
F. S. Duffy.
Terrorists killed three detectives
Warsaw, Russian Poland.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Rind You Haie Ahrajs BongW
The Senate discussed the conference
report on the Railroad Rate bill, but
did not dispose of it. Another confer
ence will oe ordered. ' ...
Smoking In s Powder Magazine
Is courting death more suddenly but
not more surely than neglecting kidney
disorders, Foley's Kidney Cure will
cure a Blight disorder in a few days and
its continued use will cure the most ob
stinate cases. It has cured many peo-"
pie of Bright's disease and diabetes
who were thought to be incurable. If
pou have kidney or bladder trouble,
commence taking Foley's Kidney Cure
today, before it is too late. Sold by
Congressman and Mrs. Long worth
took tea with Emperor William on
board the Meteor at Kiel.
Asthma Sufferer Should Knew This.
Foley's Honey rnd Tar has cured
many cases of asthma that were con
sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Buesing,
701 West Third St, Davenport, Iowa,
writes: "A severe cold . contracted
twelve years ago was neglected unti lit
finally grew Into asthfna. The best
medicf 1 skill available could not give
me more than temporary relief. Foley's
Honey and Tar was recommended and
one fifty cent bottle entirely cured me
of asthma which had been growing on
I me for twelve years, and if I had taken
it at the start I would have been tared
years of suffering." Sold by Davie