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NEW BERN CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1906.--SECOND SECTION.
29th f YEAR
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Some people hide their money because they are afraid that
if they put it in the bank, all their neighbors will know how
much ihey havt. . t . ' V ,. ' .
No greater mistake could be made.
This Bank regards as strictly confidential all of the busi
ness affair of its customers and no publicity is attached to
doing business here. ' " ;
JAMES B. BLADES, President. : Win. B. BLADES, V-Prttldsnt.
GEO, B. PENDLETON, Cathlsr.
CAPITAL $100,000.00; l -
(Events of Past Three Days
Tersely Told For Jour
' -." nal Headers.
MAINE TD IBM
Industrial, Commercial, Social, Religi
ous, Criminal a nil Political
Happenings Condensed in
Raleigh Nov. 7 At 6 o'clock this
evening, Dernovjratic Slate Cliaiiman
Simmons said that returns of vote show
ed a clear majority fur Hackett for
Congress, in the 8th .district of 1,081.
Hackett telephoned that his own figures
were a hundred higher. The majority
of Crawford in the tenth is about 1,000
; Surry county gave Blackburn 429. The
democrats carried Davidson by 58. The
news that they carried Ashe county
waa regarded as the most remarkable
news of today.
Hackett carried Alexander county by
6, Alleghany county by 292, Ashe coun.
ty by 125. Blackburn carried Wilkes
by 729., Watauga county by 300-, Surry
Raleigh, Nov.' 7. Governor Glenn
respites until December 18, Sylvester
Barrett for whose execution he had
previously named November 17. Barrett
murdered Deputy Sheriff Walter Lovett
in Pitt county, while Lovett was seek-
ing to arrest him. Barrett's lawyers A large barrel at the door will re
will ask for life imprisonment, and this ' ceive the silver offering of those who
tk Cmmrmr will new consider. have not the small barreL -
. New York, Nov. 9. The complete re-
tarns from the State election are now
being compiled and the total plurality
. . , , mm. ' .
given to Hughes is 60.000. Hearst
carried all ofgreater New York but ran
behind his ticket. The balance of the
State ticket is st ill in doubt
A f . iln. th nrA t nir.-
ton of the Illinois Central railroad
held last evening, J. T. Hanraham was
elected president. ' .
Raleigh. Nov.- 7 The ' Democratic
majority in Wake county is 1,400. Only I
100 votes less than the election of 1904, !
Washington, Novl 7th.' The returns
from Tuesday's election indicato that
while the Republican party still con
trols the House they will lose 27 seats.
Graham, Nov. 7 Henry Walker, col
ored, was arrested today for shooting
. L. Banks Holt last night. Walker had
been a servant In the Holt family but
was discharged a week ago for drunk-
-ennees and, disorder. The cook .who
' was infatuated with Walker, left and
it is thought she and others are impli-
cated in the affair. Tho manner of
shooting is believed o be that Walker
' had key to the door which he' opened
and stood inside the room as he shot
' Mr."' Holt who was standing at the
phone. He otood so near to. Mr. Holt
that the powder burned his face. The
injured man's condition is now very
satisfactory and ho will recover. The
wound is superficial and did not affect
any vital spot
Canton China, Nov, 8-A terriblo fire
1 started here early this morning and hnn
burned Jover a largo area of territory,
The European quarter la threntencd.
Concord Nov. 8-New Hanisphere
failed to elect itsgovernorat Tuesday's
lection. ' Gov. Floyd, tho Republican
candidute had a majority but not the re
New York, Nov. 8. -The official can-
;, J5 POLLOCK ' ST. )
vass of the election in this state shows
conclusively that the entire Democratic
ticket outside of Hearst is elected.
St Petersburg, Nev. 8. There has
been sharp fighting between Japanese
and the Russians in Manchuria, Japan
ese are said to pressing northward.
Washington, Nov. 8th. The depart
ment of agriculture baa issued the reg
ular monthly report on cotton. Up to
Nov. 1st, 6,892,697 bales were ginned
against 6,447,596 last year.
Washington, Nov. K Hon. T. Dur
and, the present representative of the
English government at Washington
may be succeeded by Curzon, recently
Viceroy of India.
Brinson Elected in Pamlico.
Mr. Brinson,- the Republican candid
ate for the legislature in Pamlico coun
ty was officially declared elected y ester
day by the canvassing board. It was
plain after the Tuesday result was an
nounced that an official count waa nec
essary. It developed that Mr. Brinson
had 9 majority over Mr. Gibbs the
Mclver Day in the Public Schools.
Raleigh, Nov. 8. December 14 will
be Mclver Day in the public schools,
it having been decided, that as already
stated, to make North Carolina Day
Mclver Day. There will be a sonnet, a
sketch, several articles and extracts
from Mclver's addresses.
Tonight at the Baptist parsonage,
corner of Craven and Johnson struts,
' there will be a collection of barrels,
'which have been receiving the spare
change to help hi buying the church a
i carpet. V
! This unique entertainment will begin
promptly at eight o'clock p. m., and
all the barrels are requested to be in
at h,at Ltlme or, 'allln to come-t0
send in the barrel,
wi M lthe
Whether with or without a barrel
. come and help cover the tare floor of
j i j i . . ..
. me remoueieu cnurco.
. The new Pure Food and Drug Law
willl mark it on the label of every cough
cure containing opium, cloroform, or
any other stupifying or poisonous drug,
But it passes Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure
as made for 20 years, entirely free. Dr,
Shoop all along has bitterly opposed
the ubo of all opiates or narcotics. Dr.
Shoop's Cough Cure is absolutely safe
even for the youngest babe and it
cures, it does not simply suppress. Get
safe and reliable Cough Cure, by
simply insisting on having Dr. Shoop's.
Let the law be your protection. We
cheerfully recommend and sell it F.
S. Duffy. v
Congressman Thomas' Majority
Mr. Thomas' majorities in the sever
al counties of the third Congressional
District are: '
,. Wayne, - . -Carteret,
Dixon's majority in Samp
son county, 596
This majority Is about the same that
Mr. Thomas had over Judge Robinson I
in lam. lie ran aneaa or nis ticket ia
... i .. vVu.iah
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Any inio or unueveioDea ffiriorwn.
man will be benefited by taking Hoi-
liuter'a Rocky Mountain Tea. It ia one
of the greatest known remediea for
making people strong, healthy and well.
Tea or Tablets, 35 .cents. For sale by
F. S.' Duffy.
US I'll I
Hughes Republican Candidate
for ! Governor Elected on
' 40,000 Majority.
WESTERN STATES GIVE
, . REDUCED MAJORITIES.
The General Trend of Election Newa
is That the Vote is Very Much Cur
tailed Crippling the Republican
; ' ' Party Considerably. Mea-
' gre Reports From the
. ; ' State 'Election.
Special to Journal:
Buffalo, Nov. 6. At9:30 the Courier,
Democratic State Chairman Conners
paper, concedes that Buffalo will give
Hughes a plurality of 3,500. Erie coun
ty will approximate 5,000 plurality.
New York, Five out of 520 precincts
in the borough of Brooklyn give Hughes
120; Hearst 189.
Buffalo With 18 districts missing
gives Hughes 1,323 plurality. the
Courier now places Hughes plurality at
1,500 in the city and in the county at
Boston Ten cities and towns in Mas
sachusetts give Guild (Rep.) 2,936;
Moran (Dem) 2,442. Last year Guild
had 3,737 votes, Bartlett 3.149.
Brooklyn Ten districts give Hughes
629; Hearst 552.
Buffalo Courier figures for Buffalo
complete are Hearst 32,012; Hughes
Elmira, N. Y.-This city complete
gives Hughes 3,146; Hearst 3,842.
Gloversville, N Y Tho vote here
gives Hughes 2,393; Hearst 1,943.
Amsterdam The city complete gives
gives Hughes 190 plurality. j
New York World bulletins so far
indicate that Hughes has 8,000 majority
in Kings county.
Brooklyn One district gives Hughes
143; Hearst 208.
New York World bulletin says
Hughes carries Oyster Bay (President
Roosevelt's home.) by 105 majority. 10
election districts out of 855 give Hughes
Heralds flashlight bulletin says the
state is in doubt but indicating Hughes
Buffalo The late figures of city ele
ction gives 31,982; Hearst 32,012; in
1903 Higgins received 34,708; Herrick
Boston 50 cities in Massachusetts
give uuild Kep. 13,507; ;nioran uem.
7,783. Last year the same district gave
Guild 12,606; Bartlett 8,586. -
Brooklyn Thirty districts give Hugh
es 38,95; Hearst 39,48. j
Chicago III 20 out of 1,254 election
precincts give Smulski (Rep.) State
Treasurer 1,837 Pietrowskin (Dem),
1,813. - : v ' '
Utica Hughes, .6,586; Hearst, 6,606.
Brooklyn Hughes, 5,813; Hearst,
Albany--Advices (indicate that the
state outside of New York give Hughes
76,863; Hearst, 68,901.
Boston The city gives Guild (Rep.)
24,649; Moran; (Dem.) 24,549.)
New York The World building bul
letin says that Hearst s majority in
Manhattan and the Bronx is 35,000, and
that Hughes is 11,000 ahead jn Kings
Boston Nine Congressional districts
in Massachusetts elect eight Republi
cans and one Democrat.
Syracuse The vote of this city com'
plete, gives Hughes 15.676; Hearst 11,
Troy The vote of this city, gives
Hearst 9,252; Hughes, 9,086. , '
New , York The Times says that
Hughes is elected.
Baltimore Returns indicate the elec
tion of the Democratic ticket by over
Little Falls, N,
Y Completo clec
tlon ntylTTM here givo nughn i,n9;
i 4.12. .
I Brooklyn Eagle Bulletin: Mr. Hearst
- - . -
ays "The telegrams I have, received
r vrv encouraging, I believe I will
win; but if I do not I shall bo satisfied,
' ; ,. ,
Concord' R W--Returrs lindicate
1 Continued on page 2. '
SATISFIED WITH THE: RESULT.
Senator Simmons Expresses
Himself Entirely Pleased
With The Result.
Raleigh, Nov. 7. Senator Simmons
voted at noon yesterday and on his re
turn to Democratic headquarters said
to your correspondent that he did not
know of any election since he had been
chairman about which he is better
satisfied. The Republican effort had
been to get into the Democratic line.
That party had money and, had spent it
as had been shown in many ways. ' It
had some of its best spwrs of na
tional reputation in the State; it had
the best bands to make music. v Yet it
had failed to break into the Democratic
lines. A well known ex -chairman of
the party who was present while Sena
tor Simmons was saying remarked that
President Roosevelt earlier in the year
had been in doubt as to whether he
should support Spencer B. Adams or
have a new deal in the State, this mean
ing a new head of the party and a new
management but the Adams crowd had
let him know that if they were let alone
they would promise to make a showing
of 90,000 votes in the State. Then the
President threw his influence to Adams
and the latter must get the 90,000 or be
discredited and embarrassed. The
gentleman went on to say that Adams
had worked hard and yet had made
some bad mistakes and done some stu
Supreme Court Opinions.
Special to Journal:
Raleigh, Nov. 7. The following opin
ions were handed down by thV Supreme
Gocart vs Assurance Co. from Wil
son; petition for certiorari denied.
Harrington vs " Harrington, from
Merrimon vs Paving Co. from Guil
Levin V. Gladston from Durham. Af
firmed. Pardon vsPaschall from Guilford. Af
firmed. Allen vs Birch form Person. Af
Mott vs Telephone Co., from Iredell.
Marble vs Railroad, from Iredell, Af
Davis vs Keen, from Davidson. Af
Cotton vs Manufacturing Company,
from Mecklenburg; petition to rehear
Eames vs Armstrong from Rowan.
Roberson vs Railroad, from Guilford .
Per curiam affirmed.
State vs Garner, from Davidson. Per
State vs Adams, from Davidson. Per
Tysinger vs Furniture Company from
Davidson. Per curium affirmed.
Miller vs Railway, from Rowan. Per
curiam affirmed on authority Norwood's
case 111 N. C. 235 and Upton's case
128 N. C. 173.
Wall, vs Smith from Rockingham,
and Miller vs Miller from Ashe, dis
missed under rule 15 for failure to
prosecute appeal. . .
Fine western beef and all pork sau
sage at Oaks Market
New Battery For Charlotte.
. Today Adjustant General Robertson
toofetup the matter of securing a new
btttery of artillery for the company at
Charlotte! under a special law provis
ion is made for suoplying such batter
ies but must be a minimum strength
of 75 and excellent armories must be
provided, the cost of such a battery
complete being something like $80,000.
Georgia is to get one. Virginia secur-
ed one some weeks ago.
Convict Labor to Build Roads.
Raleigh, Nov. 7th. Today there was
sent from the penitentiary twenty-four
convicts to Washington, to work on the
railway, forty miles in length which
the Atlantic Coast Line will build from
Washington to a point on Neuse river
below Wilmington. About 75 convicts
were brought up today from Wilming
ton to join this force. Those brought
from New Bern have been for several
months grading the new yards of the
Atlantic Coast Line at that Point In
' 1 these yards it is proposed to have space
- i for great numbers of cars to be used
in the general handling of plates, but
the more especially for moving truck
nd te.?h"! dera,8?it'
. enormous ana nas w De so quicmy mei.
contractor is Mr.
was for a number of years 'connected
with the penitentiary, but who is now
privately in that busines. It is pro
posed to have the road built within a
Burglars Make Clean Sweep
of Grocery Store Con-
THE "INS" AND "CUTS"
Odd Fellows to Hold Their District
Meeting Next Week. Burg
Inrs Work in Evidence
All Over City. Who
Greensboro, Nov. 8. Thirty-five
member? of the North Carolina Case
Workers Association, representing
forty-five furniture factories met in 2nd
annual session here yesterday. Re
ports of committees showed the work
of the association had greatly bene
fited the furniture manufacturing in
dustry in North Carolina, and many ex
pensive abuses had been eliminated in
the trade. Following were elected of
ficers for the ensuing year:
W. G. Bradshaw, of High Point,
J. W. Harris, of High Point, Treas
C, J. Field, of High Point, Secretary.
Traffic and Transportation Com. F.
B. Tate, High Point, J. C. Murchison,
The grocery store of W. P. Strader
on west Lee street suffered a wholesale
pillage by thieves last night. It was en
tered at the front door by a false key,
and the goods were hauled off in a two
horse wagon. Among the things taken
were two barrels of flour, a box of
meat, a case of soap, cigars and tobac
co. The casb drawer was DroKen open
but the small amount of money in it
was not found. Among a hundred old
bank checks marked "paid," were also
taken. Po far the bold robbers have
not been located.
The Odd Fellows of this district will
hold their district meeting here next
Tuesday and Wednesday, and it is ex
pected that there will be a large num
ber of the members of the order in at
tendance. The session will be held in
the hall of the Buena Vista lodge, No.
21. The district is composd of 4 coun
ties, Randolph, Guilford, Rockingham,
and Caswell. There will be several del
egates from every one of the lodges in
the district besides a number of Odd
Fellows from outside of the district
will be present The two local lodges
are making elaborate preparations for
the entertainment of the visitors.
The office of Squire J. R. Pearce, lo
cated near his residence on East Mark
etstreet, was broken into Monday night
and two clocks were stolen. Thief ef
fected an entrance by breaking the lock
on the door. ' -"
Ben Pettey, a peg-legged negro.made
his escape from the county work house
yesterday afternoon by crawling
through the wire fen?e enclosing the
house. At the last term of criminal
court Petty was sentenced to eight
months in the work house for an as
One can hear all kinds of aftermath
election gossip in Greensboro.from im
portant personages. Being republican
headquarters for State politics and the
home of a great many federal officials
connected with the marshal's office, the
revenue service and the pist office,
there ia naturally more gossip of the
republican, than of the democratic
brand, for almost all of these officials,
have time to think and to discuss pol
itics. To many of them, it is their only
means of making a living. Then to
everv fat. hardworking "in" there are
about two or three hungry "outs" and
these seem to live on politics, whether
they have any other source of revenue
or not .
This situation makes a double team of
politicians, and they pull very awk
wardly together, as the election results
show. The camp of "ins" have been
led by Butler and Adams, who are
"outa" and the camp of "outs" have
had for their leader Congressman
Blackburn an "in." The line up was
clear cut In the county the campaign
was run entirely by the Blackburnites,
Joe Hoskins being captain of the push,
Bob Douglas having been rudely pushed
out of the chairmanship by the anti-
' The Blackburnites, gave as one rea
son why the ticket was more respecta
ble than ever before was because there
was not a "single Holton on it"
But all these little local Republican
squabbles and pleasantries, are being
swallowed up in the question, "does
the Guilford county poll show a vindi
cation of Judge Douglas or Professor
Frarier Now Judge Douglas ran on
the State ticket and Frasier on the
county ticket Both begged for Demo
cratic complimentary votes, lor Vindt
catory purposes. From the returns so
far tabulated, it looks as if when i
Democratic friend voted Frazier'a vuv
dication. two Republicans scratched
him, and the same as to Judge Doug j
A G000 AD FOR STATE.
The Exhibition Car Which
Was Taken to The.Boston
Pure Food Show.
Raleigh, N. Car , November, 7
Secretary Thomas K. Bruner of the
State ' Agricultural Department who
has returned from the Boston Food
Fair where he has been since Septem
ber 15th is delighted at the success of
the North Carolina exhibit there. He
says it will make for this state in every
way, attracting for the state more at
tention than any other exh'bit. The
results of it are being found already
herd at' Raleigh. Mr. Bruner feels
sure that it will bring many New Eng
enders to this state and lead to many
When you're broke the girls are shy
They turn and fly as you come nigh
Brace up old man, show some pluck
Take Rocky Mountain Tea; t' will change
For sale by F. S. Duffy.
War Between Telephone Systems.
Raleigh, Nov 8. There is a fight on
between the Bell and Raleigh telephone
system. It is claimed that the Bell is
advancing rates. The Corporation
Commission has the rate question be
fore it and may pass on it this month.
las, except vice-versa. For they both
seem to have run neck and neck, leav
ing the postoftice prize, as well as the
"vindication of their characters" equal
ly in doubt.
Harlowe and N Harlowe
Miss Bessie Morton who has been
spending a few days in New Bern re
turned home last Saturday.
Mrs E J Bell after several weeks
visit in Norfolk, Va , to her niece, Mrs
F E Franklin returned home last Frl
Clyde Morton went to New Bern last
Friday evening to see the One Woman
D W Sabiston of New Bern who has
been making preparations about mov'
ing to his old home near here has re
turned to his home in New Bern, he
will return immediately after the elee
Mrs Lillian Foreman, our popular
teacher at Harlowe went to New Bern
Friday to see the One Woman played.
J C Long after spending Sunday has
returned to his work at Lukins, he now
has a little naptha boat in which to go
Rev F S Becton who returned to his
work last Friday returned to spend this
week at home and to do his duty to his
county, in helping to vote down the
party who champions the whiskey
cause. Oh that we had many Chris
tian voters, so as to give such over
whelming majorities as that they
might never lift their heads again.
Miss Eva Bell, of Bachelor passed
through Saturday for Newport where
she is teaching school. Newport is fort
unate. No finer young laday ever graced
a teachers chair.
Mr. and Mrs. George Conner, of Riv
erdale. ere visiting their daughter Mrs.
John 8. Martin.
Mr. J. H. Davis, Jr. went to Beaufort
yesterday, where he served as one of
the poll holders.
A pleasing party consisting of Capt,
Will Hinnant of the JA & N C RR, Mr
David Wade of Morehead .City accom
panied by three of Morehead's beauti
ful daughters Misses Lalla R. Hanser,
Webbs and Gask ill made a flying trip
through our canal yesterday.
Mrs Dan G. Bell of Morehead City is
spending the week with her parents Mr
and Mrs Jas R Bell.
TABULATED VOTE AS
Below we publish a partial result of
the canvassing board which met yesterday. We have not given it in minute (It
tail but have merely tabulated the more Important offices. It will be noticed by
comparison that the vote is exceptionally light Take, for instance, the vote
of the 1st Ward In 1904 and compare it with the vote of 1906. Parkert vote in '
1904 was 122, McNeill's is 86; in the 2nd Ward the difference ia still greater.
The vote of 1906 is 137 as pgalnst 197 of 1904. The difference is notable through
out the county vote. B. H. Blandford of Dover waa Chairman of the board
and Lawrence Duffy was Secretary. ;
Ill i i i i I g I i si ill
1841 881 184 1 18 181 181 88 184 SS 81 M 188 SS 1)9 1 St
4 4 4ft 44 4att 41 4S 48 -6 M t
f.9 6 70 6 6K 8 6 Tl 7 W 1u
83 1 183 88 K 8 88 1 84 t H t
lift 13 104 12 103 102 18 14 118 1U2 14 1(14 U 1"5 13
S 12 87 10 86 64 12 12 D It 68 61 12 M It
8S 11 89 11 8 89 14 14 8 14 90 14 8 14 08 t
11 8 14 8 11 11 t I 11 111 4 11 4 II 4
48 8 48 8 49 49 8 8 1 47 S 46 4 48 4 49 I
118 5 18 b 18 18 I t IB t 181 li t 16 1
8 0 8 0 l 0 I 0 t I & t 9
IB 2 84 21 81 . in I I 1 1 85 1 84 1 I
137 11 1SH 10, 148 142 9 I 142 10 142 1 9 1' 8
KM 8 106 6 1U8 1118 8 8 1(19 8 13 8 11 81 8
87 8 90 6i 87 87 8 8 91 r 7 V- 6 t- 1
17 1 17 1 17 17 1 1 17 I 17 1 16 111' 1
!i 1 li 1 26 28 1 1 25 1 26 1 ' ?' 0 V 0
7 0 8 0 8 7 0 0 8 0 8 0 8 8 0
ft) 19 90 15 98 92 13 18 15 9 15 r, 1 W
1820 133110 126 1138 1138 !14B 145 ltt'4 I 170 1 l'i'W I 134 1 ":l ! t I 4
TIRED OF LIFE ,
I : i 1
From Dreadful Pains From Wound
on Foot System All Run Down
After Six Months' Agony Not
Able to Work Completely Cured ,
' In Two Weeks - '
MIRACULOUS CURE BY
ATords cannot speak highly enough
for the Cuticura Remedies. I am now
jeventy-two years of age. My system
naa Deen au run
down. My . blood...
was so bad that
had set in. I had
several doctors .
attending me, so
finally f went to '
the hospital, where ,,
I was laid up for
two months. Uy i
foot and ankle were
blood flowed out of wounds in man .
f laces, and I was so disheartened that '
thought surely my last chance was ; '
slowly leaving me. As the foot did .
not improve, you can readily imagiM '
how I felt. I was simply disgusted
and tired of life. I stood this pain, .
which was dreadful, for six months,
and during this time I was not able to '
wear a shoe and not able to work.
"Some one spoke to me about Cutl
cura. The mnaeauennM wera I hoiiffht :
a set of the Cuticura Remedies of
one of my friends who was a drug
gist, and the praise that I gave aftes ,
the second application is beyond .
description; it seemed a miracle,
for the Cuticura Remedies took .
effect immediately. I washed the foot
with the Cuticura Soap before applying
the Ointment and I took the Resolvent
at the same time. After two weeks' treat
ment my foot was heated completely. ''
People who had seen my foot during my '
illness and who have seen it since the
cure, can hardly believe their own eyes.'
Aug. 21, 1905. Newburgh,N.Y.
Sold Uuonrtoot Uw world. CutlrMr Botp, M.,Orit.
fiOc., KewlTnl, inc. ! form uf Cbocolala C 01.4
Pill,, 2M. pu rial ot , mij Im hid of ill draalM,
Potter Drag k Chirn. Corp., Sol ProiM ButoB. MtM.
mr 1U1M Tnt, Tta Omi gkfc Bask
White Hill Items.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Wiggins were
here last Sunday visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs N. C Weeks and family.
Mr. N. C Weeks made a flying trip
to Maysville one day last week on bust-
ness. . , ;.. , ;
Mr. Graham Wiggins was a welcome
visitor at Broad Creek last Sunday.
Messrs. Johnie Wiggins and James
Lynch were welcome visitors at Mr.
Graham Weeks' last Sunday.
Miss Bessie Weeks was a welcome
visitor at her uncles, Mr. N. C. Weeks,
last Sunday. .. , , . . -
Miss Addie Swinson, who has been
very sick, we are glad to say is much
it F. W.
lot of Frankfurters at Oaks.
Death of Mrs E A Dill
Mrs. E.A. Dill, widow of George W.
Dill died at her home in Morehead City
at three o'clock yesterday morning
She was the sister of the lateC R.
Thomas, Sr., Mrs. S. L. Dill, Sr., and ,
Rev. M. C Thomas, and the mother of
Mrs. A. H. Webb and Mrs. Mrs. W. 8.
Herbert The funeral services will be
held at Beaufort today at two o'clock. "
Pep-Tono the ideal drink.
braces and re fleshes. .
Piles quickly and . positively cured
with Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment Its t
made for Piles alone and it does the '
work surely and with satisfaction. Itch
ing, painful, protruding or blind piles
disappear like magic by its use. Large
' Nickel Capped glass jars, 50 cents,
1 Sold and recommended by F. S. Duf-
the elections as ahown by the report of
TIDOiOiTD) TD)7TD TTRvTIT