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Entered at the PosWoce, New Bern
If. i vwi .! mntter.
New Hern, N. C. November 16, 1906.
GOOD A ROADS, GOOD SCHOOLS.
WITHOUT EXTRA COST.
Such surprising conditions as stated
in the Journal's Greensboro corres
pondence, in last Sunday's paper, can
hardly be matched, much less excelled,
in, any county in North Carolina, or in
the entire South, as may be found in
Guilford. These conditions are good
roads, good schools without the coat of
an extra dollar to tax payers ! Let
this be considered in any county and
every county in the State, by the peo
ple. Think of the comfort of good
roads. - Consider the matter of good
schools. These are for the present
generation of Guilford county people,
and for their posterity. And the pres
. eot generation is not living cheap'y to
pay for these benefits. They are hav
ing the best of everything. And the
neat generation and succeeding ones
are coming into an inheritance, without
any debt to pay, an inheritance that
.will make them deeply honor the men
juid; women of the Guilford of today,
their wisdom in leaving them such a
rich legacy,' as good roads and good
The good road proposition in most
counties, assumes the shape of a bur
den to the average citizen. A bond is
sue presents the aspect of a threatened
storm in harvest time. One, two, three
hundred thousand dollars spent on roads
per a bond issue, has the appearance of
an incubus which will overwhelm and
destroy. So a bond issue meets defeat
at the polls. Such good counties as
Mecklenburg and Wake have experi
enced it. The Guilford county people,
wise in their generation, have volunta
rily called for bond isaues amounting to
300,000 for good roads. This to be used
$65,000 a year. The result of this prac
tical venture, is such an increase in the
selling values of taxable real estate
property, because of good roads, and
good schools are in the same category,
in benefits, that these increases more
than create the amount for needed in
terest on road and school bonds, provi
ding also a sinking fund that will retire
the bond issues aa they mature. And
no increase in the tax rate.
The application is not to be confined
to any one county. The merchants, the
citizens, the farmers of every county
should study this action of Guilford
county, and its wonderful results. Con
siderations, as to material things, are
not different in Guilford. It is only the
people. No doubt not less than fifty
counties in North Carolina are more in
need of good roads for what produce
they raise than is the the county of
Guilford for its actual home crops Good
roads i not a theory, it present its bene
ficial results. Guilford county has plain
ly demonstrated that it is a good buai-
and Wall street, as ore than a foreign
war. What is there in free America
to propagate and promote socialism, is
often-asked. If any citizen, any busi
ness man, will look over the commer
cial news of the paat few days, there
will be found one financial, so-called,
transaction, that will go to promote
and aid the cause of the socialist.
Edward Henry Harriman may be
known to a few thousands of citizens in
this country. Last week, so the re
ports say, this gentleman achieved the
ambition of his life. He secured the
mastery of a cl ain of railroads extend
ing from the Pacific' to the Atlantic,
and down to the Gulf of Mexico. The
fact that this transaction inyolved a
good deal of disreputable dealing, in no
way shocks the financial morals of Wall
Street. The report that this railroad
deal gives Mr. Harriman the control of
12,500,000,000 of property makea uneasy
only those millionaires who would glad
ly grasp any kind of property that
could be financially manipulated, no
matter if like Harriman, it was in
billion dollar lots.
If is this kind of financial colossus,
which is the aid to socialism. It is a
force against everything which opposes,
to crush and drive out of existence. It
is the means to annihilate individualism.
It is the force to gain public adminis
trations, and make them act as the
financial colossus shall decree. It is the
force that overrides law, and laughs at
the suggestion that it 'is responsible to
God or man.
IN MEM0RIAM. : '
IHsflHsHiV ' ' '
The silent hand of death has again
entered the portals of our Lodge and
taken from our midst our beloved friend
and brother, Edward Gerock.
His life's work is finished, and he has
been summoned to his reward.
Generous, affectionate, and genial,
his friendship true and steadfast, kind
and pleasant to all, upright in all his
dealings, yet firm and unyielding in his
devotion to what he considered right
His life in Odd Fellowship waa one of
constant labor, and the impresa of his
able efforts will long be felt Jby our
ureen will be his memory, a memory
that will burn brightly and constantly
in the hearts of those who knew him
best, and in the affections of those who
Such men die not, but on the arms of
We who have felt their power and know
Lift them to brighter skies and fairer
Beyond the reach of earthly hope and
Resolved: That as a tribute of
our love and esteem for our departed
brother, this memorial be spread upon
the minutes of the Lodge, a copy, un
der the seal of the Iiodge, sent his be
reaved relatives and a copy sent the
New Bern Journal and Orphans Home
with request to publish same.
CEO. GREEN, 1
JOS COHEN, Committee.
W. F. CROCKETT )
FORECAST OF PRESI
Supreme Court Opinions. '
Special to Journal:
Raleigh, N. C, Nov. 13 Supreme
court filed the following opinions to
day: Biles vs A. C. L. Ry., from Anson,'
Hicks vs M'g Co., Guilford, no er
ror.' Railway Co. vs Hdw Co., Guilford,
decided in favor of defendant, both
cases. - '
Isley vs Briiige Co., Alamance, new
Woody va Fountain, Person, er
Hodgin va Railway, Guilford, affirm
Carlton vs Railway, Rowan, affirm
ed. Thaxton vs Insurance Co , Rowan,
Typewriter Co. vi Hdw Co , Rowan,
Jones vs Commissioners of Stokes,
no error in oth appeals.
Rarrettvs brewer, Montgomery, re
Duffy va Insurance Co., Craven, per
Milling Co. vs Coltrane, Cabarrus,
dismissed by consent matter being com
A system of progressive taxation up
on laree inheritances.
liovernment supervision oy licence or
otherwise, of all corporations (beside
railroads) engaged in inter-State busi
Federal legislation to correct and re
duce evils of divorce.
Publicity of campaign expenditures
and inhibition against corporation con
Greater protection of railroad pas
sengers and employes Dy adoption oi
block system, and eight-hour day for
Exclusion of undesirable European
A more elastic currency system to
prevent monetary stringencies.
The Washington Post is the authority
that says the above are the principal
recommendations that will be presented
to Congress next month by President
Roosevelt in his message to that body.
It will be noticed that anything sug
gestive of tariff legislation is omitted.
On the tariff subject, a Chicago paper
savs that senator (junom or. Illinois
suggests the wisdom of an extra ses
sion of Congress next Spring which
will take up the matter of tariff re
duction. This delay is for the repub
licans to try other legislation, first, and
then be prepared to come in as tariff
reformers, if there be a public sent
ment that way, and so pose in the
presidential year as the party that
stands for tariff reduction.
In the fifth section of the above re
commendations, there seems to be spe
cial need just now. The railroad dis
asters are occurring with terrifying
regularity and he death horrors are
making new records. The last one, the
demand for a more elastic currency
will please the entire country. Speci
ally is there a currency system needed
which shall consider the needs of the
producers rather than those of Wall
street. If speculation ia to. be carried
on, it should be made to stand on its
own bottom, and not have the aid of
government funds every time the big
speculators feel hard up. The inheri
tance tax will make the millionaires
contest the issue, if the tax is put upon
a basis that will touch those who should
justly pay such a tax.
If the message covers these points,
Coqgress will be a scene of activity,
and the President be kept busy in
steering his recommendations through
to success. .
Yesterday morning was the coldest
that has yet been on the scene. The
local mercury went as low as 28 and
of course there was a thin coating of
ice on standing water. This tempera
ture was taken by the local government
observer, Mr. James Hill.
Bv comparison with the weather
bulletin received at this office every
night that with the exception of places
in the extreme north, the temperature
waa as low as any place on the map.
The minimum temperature of New
York. Boston and other northern cities
was from 2 to 6 degrees warmer.
Sluggish Llvsr A Fsc To Ambition.
You can not accomplish very much if
your liver is inactive as you feel dull,
your eyes are heavy and slight exertion
exhausts you. Orino Laxative Fruit
Syrup stimulates the liver and bowels
and makes you feel bright and active,
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not
nauseate or gripe and is mild and very
pleasant to take. Orino is more effect
ive than pills or ordinary cathartics.
Refuse substitutes. For sale by Davis
William's Carbolic Salva With Arnica
The best Salve in the world for Cutf,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, I
letter. Chapped Hands, and all sKin
eruptions. It is guaranteed to give
satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25c by druggists.
WIUI.iams m Hi. w., rrop s,
Cleveland. O. Sold by D. A. Harget.
The latest "fellow" of the Royall
Botanic Society of England is Baroness
von Eckhardstein, who for years has
devoted herself to the study of botany
and is now a recognized authority on
certain phases of plant life. The Ra-
roncss, who is a daughter of the late
Sir Blundell Maple, spends most of her
time in the country following her fav-
Btara the 1 lia KI'J ta H;IW lwa?S B""
ilia Kiuh'iiu H;ie Always i
He that can read nnd meditate will
not lind his evenings long nor life tedi
ous. From the French.
. C r.
Mr. T. H. McGinnlss, 2141 Central Ave.,
Cincinnati, O., says: , : -
"I have bad catarrh, for seven years, and
have tried almost every advertised remedy
without receiving any benefit. One bottle
Cooper's Mew Discovery has effected a com
plete cure. I have gained in weight and feel
stronger than I have for years. My head is
clear, my appetite good, my food digests
perfectly, aad my whole aystem has been
greatly benefited by your wonderful retnedy.
I am deeply grateful for the remarkable cure
the medicine has effected In my case."
Signed: T. H. McGINNlSS.
From All Over the United States Startling Ac
counts are Received of the Unprecedented Re- -suits
Obtained With L T. Cooper's Remedies. ,
The wonderful new medicines, Cooper's New Discovery
and Cooper's (Juick Relief, with which L. T. Cooper hat
had such marvelous success in the treatment of stomach
trouble, kidney trouble, catarrh, deafness, rheumatism and
other diseases in every large city and about which every one
has read numerous accounts in the newspapers, have become
iu great demand and have had a tremendous sale; this de
mand for these famous remedies is increasing. From this
very city the sale and results obtained from Cooper's New
Discovery and Cooper's Quick Relief has been marvelous.
DREAD CATARRH. -
' If you are troubled with a foul smelling breath, inflamma-.
-Mon and -soreness of nasal Cavities and air passages and
the dropping of a nasty mucous from head to the throat,
if there is a dull heavy frontal headache and ringing sounds
in your head and you find yourself gradually growing
deaf, beware of catarrh. - .
Cooper's New Discovery should be taken internally to ex
pel the catarrhal virus from the system and heal the mu
cous membranes of the nasal cavities and air passages. It
heals the tissues of the throat and bronchial tubes, and
frees the entire system of all catarrhal poison.
' Cooper's Quick Relief should be used in connection with
Cooper's New Discovery for catarrhal headaches and in all
cases of catarrhal deafness to open the eustachian tubes and
restore the nerves of the ear to their normal condition. ,
Cooper's New Discovery sells for $1.00 per bottle; six for
$5.00. Cooper's Quick Relief costs SO cents per bottle. Yoa
can get them of , -- :
CORNER POLLOCK & MIDDLE STS.
A Msthedlst Minister Rscemmsnas Chsmbsr.
Iain's Cough Rtmtdy.
We have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in our home for seven years,
and it has always proved to be a relia
ble remedy. We have found that it
would do more than the manufacturers
claim for it. It ia especially good for
croup and whooping cough.
Rev. James A. Lewis,
Pastor Milaca, Minn., M. E. Church.
Chamberlain's Cough Reiredy is sold
by Davis' Pharmacy and F. S. Duf
AN AID TO SOCIALISM.
Yellow journalism to many people
means any newspaper which refuses to
remain indifferent to existing condi
tions, particularly where such conditions
bear upon, and burden the average cit
izen whose gain is by the day of toil and
effort,, and Whose entire capital may
nXe f o beyond owning his own house
and lot In this twentieth century,
mjjjioo ' dollars are talked about as
(l&j, aad held in less actual consider
ation, as to a njount, thai one hundred
wawanq Qouars waa a quarter oi a
eentury ago, ,'-
As an age aad century where only
big things count, the existence and sur
vival of the average citizen is lost sight
of in the rush of the millionaire, and
the crush of the billionaire. Colossal
means all the word implies in this day,
when applied to individual and corpo
ra t a g -jregationa of money, and finan
cial power. It is the surprise of many
t!.it so-called yellow journalism pre
"'. It startles others, that a man
V. R. Hearst should threaten the
' 1 p 'ntence of two great po-
Baua taa 1,011 Haw always
A specially prepared copy of Leon
cavallo's new march, "Viva I' Amer
ica," has been presented to President
Roosevelt by Rudolph Aronson.
$100 Reward $100.
The "eaders of this paper will be
phased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive eure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure h taken internally,, acting direct
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building the
constitution and assisting nature
doing its worth. The proprietors have
so much faith in its eurative powers,
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to eure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address T. J. CHENEY A CO.,
Sold by all druggists, 75c
Take Hall's Family Pills for eonsti-
Charles Beresford is a staunch-L,ared for tMlea and thing of the pri
ler. "I am now 60 years old," vate parts. Every box is guaranteed.
be said recently, "and since I have en
tirely given up wine, spirits and beer,
I find I can do as much work, both phy
sically and mentally, as when I was 30,
if not more."
PILES! PILES! PILES!
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure Blind. Bleeding. Ulcerated
and Iwhine Piles. It absorbs the tu
mors, allays the itching at once, acts as
a poultice, gives fnstant relief. Dr.
Williams Indian Pile OmUnent is pre
Sold uv druggists, ly mail, for fiOc and
l.(K) Sold bv D. A - liarnet.
A rash man provokes trouble, but
when the trouble comes is no match, for
it. From tho Chinese.
Mrs Garret A Hobart, wife of the
late Vice-President, has given to the
trustees of the First Presbyterian
Church of Patterson, N. J., ground on
which to erect a new church, and has
also donated $2,500 to the building
Reforms are generally most unpopu
lar where most needed. Martin.
A Reliable Ksatedy ter Creep.
1 Mrs S Roeinthal, of Turner, Mich.
says: "We have used Chamberlain's
Cough Medicine for ourselves and chit-
dren lor several years ana nae n very
much. I think it is the only remedy
for croup and can highly recommend
it" For sale by Davis Pharmacy and
F. S. Duffy.
Mrs Roosevelt is sn ardent admirer
of Rembrandt, and owns several fine
prints of the great Dutch master, which
she has at her home at Oyster Bay.
, If you like coffee but dare not drink
it, try Dr. Shoop's Health. Coffee.
is true that real coffee does diaturbe
the stomach, heart and kidneys. But
Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee has not a
grain of true coffee in it. Being made
from parched grains, malt, etc..
forms a wholaome food-like drink, yet
having the true flavor of Old Java and
Mocha Coffee. "Made in a minute."
Call at our store for a free sample.
Sold by J. L. MeDanit'.
The New Pure Food And Drug Law,
We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, nnd
colds and lung troubles is not affected
by the National Pure Food and Drug
law as it contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs, and we recommend it as
a safe remepy for children and adults.
Rank has its boron as
well as pleas-
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Yoa Have Always Bought
The old saying, "a calm after a
storm," is well applied to our berg at
this writing, for since the election
there has not been much going on, as
Wire Grass precinct went Democratic.
Mr. Ed. Carraway, of Merrimon,
spent last Sunday evening with Mr. D.
Mr. . Paul, of South River, was
here last week stopping with Mr. Carl
Miss Minnie Mann, of Newport is a
welcome visitor among relatives and
friends at Russell Creek this week.
Mrs. Guv Sabiston and sister, Miss
Rosa Dickinson, of Core Creek, passed
through here Saturday from Beaufort
where they had spent the day shopping.
Miss Nellie Dickinson, who has en
tered school at Morehead City, spent
last Saturday and Sum'ay with her ps
Several of our citizens attended the
quarterly meeting at Harlowe Saturday
and Sunday. '
Mr. J. E. Guthrie has again moved
on the Sfe Elmo farm.
Marshallberg seems to be holding out
strong inducements to several of our
citizens, as they contemplate moving
there in the near future.
Clam dealers in this section say they
do not consider times very hard aa long
as they get $L0 per bushel for clams.
Mrs. West Noe, of Beaufort, spent
last week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. S Dickinson.
The oyster supper at the academy
Friday tiicht waa quite a success, and
all who participated enjoyed the atewed
oysters and picklcB.
Rev. W. A. Piland preached for us
Saturday evening, it being his last ser
mon before the annual conference. His
many friends and members will be glad
to have hirr. for their preacher another
Smokeless Powder Shells
"LEADER" and "REPEATER"
The superiority of Winchester
Smokeless Powder Shells is
undisputed. Among intelligent
shooters they stand first in pop-
o ularity, records and shooting
qualities. Always use them
for field or Trab Shooting.
Ask Your Dealer For Them.
L. G. DANIELS'
New Lot Horses
Also Buggis, Wagons, Har
ness and Saddlery of all kinds.
Would do city livery. Good
Rigs at Reasonable rates.
Vienna is to have the largest and
finest illuminated fountain in existet.ee.
Theilluminating power will equal 900,-
000,000 candles. It includes 27 immense
reflectors capable of giving .70 van
ations in light effects every 17 se
Basra thai y1' Haw Always &fflg$f
, Ihe Kind Haw Always
Had a Cleat Call.
: "A dangerous surgical operation, in
volving the removal of a malignant ul
cer, as large as my hand, from my
daughter's hip, was prevented by the
application of Bucklen's Arnica halve,
savs A C Stickel. of Miletus, W. va.
"Persistent use of the Salve completely
cured it." Cures cuts, burps and inju-
ies. 25c at all drug stores.
L G. DANIELS
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Apple stains may be removed from
the hands by rubbing thom with a little fl
i i i : .1 - t . I l.. I
lemon juice or me iiibiuo. ui uro n)jr
peel, rinsing them off later with warm
How difficult it is to save the bark of
reputation from theroekaof ignorance 1
'.ten corporations nation.
( A Cass' Llalmant, ,
When you need a good reliable lini
ment try Chamberlains Pain Balm. It
has no superior for sprains and swell
ings. A piece of flannel slightly dam
pened with Pain Balm is superior to a
plaster for a lame back or pains in the
side or chest. It also relieves rheu
matic pains and makes sleep and rest
possible. For sale by Davis Pharmacy any
Famevs Strike Braakara.
The most famous strike breakers in
the land are Dr. King's New Life PUls.
When liver and bowels go on stWike,
they quickly settle the troubfo, and the
purifying work goes right on. Rvst
cure for constipation, headache anddiz
liness. 25c at all drug stores.
Sometimes the rabble discovers 'hat
ia right -From the Latin, i
and F S Du!T.
', Ns Case el Pnaumanls en Record.
We do not know of a single instance
where a cough or cold resulted in f meu
monia or1 consumption when Foley's
Honey 'and Tar had been taken. It
cures coughs an J colds perfectly, no do
not take chanceft with some unknown
preperation which may contaWopwtes,
which cause constipation, a condition
that retards recovery from m cold. Ask
for Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse
substitute etTerwl. Pot aale by
' ' Nov. 6.
Messrs. W. L. Arrlnglon S. P. Han
cock and Leslie Davis, or Beauion,
spvnt Wednesday at this place.
Mr and Mrs. O. L, Holland, Mr. and
Mrs. L. J'. Taylor spent last Wednes
day in New Bern, v
Mrs F. P. Koonce and children, of
Trenton, came last week to visit Dr. J.
W. Sanders and family.
Meaars W. F. and C. W. Taylor re
turned from Beaufort Monday.
ura T. D Hewitt, of Carteret
LoAre. and Winfield Uaskett, of New
port, passed thrmgh this place last
Un. TL W. Smith and Mrs. E. B.
u Yimhrna been on the feeble
lint ara convalescing.
. ,; At. and rJ.
LIVERY; FEED, SALE UNO EXCHANGE
SS-UBHP ? v ' " 1 'P ' 'Til- if"
Largest and Finest Stock of Horses and Mules ever offered for sale in Nh.
a. A CAR LOAD of each Just In! Also a complete line of Bu fgws,
Wagons, Harness, Robes, Whips, Cart wneeis. c. .
.1 A. JONES.
BROAD ST. PROPRIETOR. .
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