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THE WEEKLY jflal'L
Ijtesllsht 1S7S '
iuasbed to Two Sections, sverj
Tuesday and frrlday, at Journal Bulld-
6C-S0 Craven Street.
CHAEUS 1. SWIMS, 0
" BDITOR AND PROPBEBTOR. "
- Official Paper of New Ban an
, Craven County. -;v.-:
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The Journal Is only twit on pay-ln-idvance
hauls. Subscribers will ; re
ceive notice ot expiration ot their aub
tvriptlon and an Immediate response
V notice wU oe appreciated by the
Adrertlalng rates furnished upon
application at the office, or upon ln
qulrr by majv
fcnted at the Postotflce, New Bern,
N. C, as second-class matter.
New Bern, N. C. April, 11. 1911.
A MISLEADING POLITICAL
Economies in political life as
practised, may be termed doubtful
and apparent. Of a truth there
can be no just claim made that
real economy is ever actually car
ried out in politics. Reason 1
Those most concerned, the politi
cians cannot afford it, if they be
lieve in it. Naturally the "outs"
declare that the "ins" are perpe
trating gross extravagances in the
conduct of affairs. There is al
ways "reform" promised, but has
it ever been put into effect in a
substantial way, by those who
promised in advance of an election,
that gave them the chance of prac
tising what they formerly promis
Of all the political reform cries,
that in the matter of political of
fite appointments is the worst.
The great cost of paying salaries,
thegreat hordeof office holders who
are causing the government vast
money expenditures! Ever hear
this cry ? Save the government
by discharging one or two thous
and men and women who may be
drawing on an average one hun
dred dollars per month. And if it
is done what is actually saved, for
every worker pays out about as
fast as paid the salary received.
1 1 is a misleading cry, to distract
public attention from expenditures
that are largely sources of 'graft',
where the favored few receive
benefits under the alarm that calls
attention to reducing the expenses
by discharging many office hold
ing employes in the various gov
ernment departments. It is the
old time slick method of street
thieves who start the cry them
selves of "stop thief ' to divert the
pursuer from the real culpirt
No doubt the government might
save a million dollars a day by
following more practical business
methods, by conducting its affairs
with fewer political managers, and
being honest with the people in
the- character of the expenditures,
in making these so strictly the
source to which they go.
' AVANTED A EEAL CUSTO
DIAL. The government is usually held
as vigilant, in the upkeep of its
property. It appoints various of
ficers, each having authority to
protect, maintain and supervise so
as to keep its material and physi
cal property in first class order. A
custodian has control over the fed
eral building in New Berji. A cub.
tod i an is a person who has custody.
It is more thtn keeper, "guardian
or superintendent. It is a position
of power, authority. . Yet there U
no such visible custodianship ovef
the federal building in this city.
From the front steps to the clock
tower, even to the top of the flag
staff, there is no sigu of custody.
The federal building is not Be
publican property, it is not Demo
cratic property, though it la.io
' Democratic territory and' Is sup
ported in greater part by Demo
; crata. ; This ; : building is United
Htates property, but this does "toot
entitle the government to have it
kept, la its, evvry appointment,
' from Ridewalk to flag staff, in any
but the best condition. At the ex
pense of thousands of dollars, this
building was rcmodlcd and a clock
in a tower ins' 'lied. For months
this c!ok exhibited its dead
f t ) liur t.i-' n ft' ' i city. Vt'bo
i . i .. ' Vc, I ,t V " r ' " !
r Children Cry for Fletcher's I
" t r -
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been v ,
In use for over 80 years, has borne the signature pf .
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trttle with and endanger the health of -Infants
and Children Experience against Experiment. -
What is CASTORIA
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil,
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays Fcverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep ;
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend'. ' a
GENUINE CASTORIA ALVVAYS
The Kind You Have
In Use For
THE CFNTAUR COMPANY.
move, and are spending hundreds
of thousauds of dollars in improve
ments! and yet must have a dead
clock looking over these improve
merits. Eveu the Han staff on this
same federal building has the same
dead look as the clock. Tooily
kept corridors and passage ways,
and recently an unpardonable de
filement of the past office lobby,
may be mentioned.
The general reputation of the
government is that it keeps its
property in good order. Its custo
dians may not always be inspired
by personal or local pride to main
tain a full efficiency of the proper
ties in their jurisdiction, yet it
would seem that lacking personal
pride, the character of the position
would demand a full efficiency of
service in keeping every foot of
the government's property in the
best of order and condition.
Mr. Patrick, the present custo
diau at New Hern may not desire
another term of office. Thar is his
own personal affair. But as custo
dian there is demanded of him that
the property over which he is cus
todian shall present a better as
pect, in its visible fuuetins, to the
people of this commuuity.
Ingratitude Is monstrous, and for the
multitude to .be nn grateful were to
make a monster of the multitude.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of 'F
Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, County and Stati
aforesuul, and that said firm wil!
pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every caw
of catarrh that cannot be cured bj
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.'
FRANK J. CHENEY. '
Sworn to before me and subscrib
ed in my presence this .6th day of
December, A D. 1886. , " :
(Seal) A W. GLEASON. :
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
aally, and acts directly on the blood
md mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free. "
F. J. CHENEY A-CO.,Toledo, a
Sold by'all Druggists, 75e. '.,
'Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. :y .', V ... ;." . . . '-",'
. Hare. .-.'"
A pair of hares under favorable conditions-
produce 70,000 Individuals Id
titat Ttey Y1U D for Yoa
They w ill cars your backache,
sircrjtnsn your Sidneys, cor
rect crl.iary irregularities, build
r ? t' 3 wcrn cat tissue, and
t'; '- V i ex-surl3 sell
t : h!: i. Tr
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
Over 30 Years
MURRAY STRCCT, NEW YORK CITY.
NEWS FROM MERRITT. "
Pamlico county, April 6th, As I
have seen nothing in the Journal from
Merritt lately I will send in a few items
which I hope to see published. '
The weather is perfectly beautiful
and our farmers are taking advantage
of it to puah their work, which is now
We have a fine school at merritt.
with fifty or more pupils. The teachers
are, Misses Ida Cahoon and Katie Saw
Merritt is getting up quits a rec
ord for base ball playing. Our boys are
putting up gome pretty "swift" games.
We have preaching here every second
Sunday by Elder Harris whose sermons
are greatly enjoyed.
The young people are making plans
for a big entertainment at Merritt
sometime in may.
Our Merchant Mr.. W. a Keel, has
lately made a large increase in bis stock
Some of our young folks had a de
lightful boat ride Wednesday, going
down the creek to the government
dredge boat Mr. E. R. Edwards eon
ducted the excurson. -
A HEALING SALVE FOR BURNS,
CHAPPED HANDS AND
SORE NIPPLES .i T-
As s healing salve lor burns, sores,
sore nipples and chapped hands Cham
berlain's Salve is most excellent It
allays the pain of a burn almost Instant
ly, and unless the injury is very severe.
heals the parts without leaving a scar
Price, 25 cents. For sale by all deal
Lacked Something. ' .
Tou Germans huve no sense of hu
mor," sold an American.
"Try me and 8ee," snld the German. .
"well," said ; the American, "you
know America Is the borne of very
large things the highest mountains,
the greatest witterfalls" " .
"Oh, yes. yes. yes." said the German.
'"And our trees," continued the Amer
ican, "ara so tall that In order to see
to the -top of them one man looks 'as
far up ns be can and another ma a
begins where the first man leaves eff
and looks up Jto the top."
"But dat vass no Joke; dat's a lie.".
DO GHOSTS HAUNT 8WAWP3?
No, never. Its foolishness to fear a fan
cied evil, when there are real and dead'
ly perils to guard against, in Saoips
and marshes, bayous, and low lands,
These are the" malaria germs that cause
ague, chills and fever, weakness, aches
in the bones and muscles snd "ay in
duce deadly typhoid. But Electric Bit
ter destroys and casts out these vici
ous germ from the blood. "Three bot
tles drove au tht malaria from tny sys
tem,' wrote wm r ret well, ot iucama.
N. U. "and I've had one Health ever
sine." use this sale, sure remedy on
ly, 60c at all druggists. i
. Ingenious Spider.
Spiders have s numbet of Ingenious
ways of alluring amr catching tbelr
prey. - A writer describes an Americas
spider which haunts evergreen trees
and snares It dinner Ly meaii of.
ktud of Iasho. The web of the spider
Is triangular Id form Two comers of
the triangle are ntlached to twig, but
tbe other corner, which ends Is s utti
gle thread, U held by the spider, perch
ed on s neighboring twig. When By
strikes tbe web the spider loosen bis
bold, and I lie Elastic threads Iimtantly
entougle tbe victim. . ;
ONE CONDUCTOR HELPED BACK
' TO WORK. .
Mr. WilfoH Adams in lis rs
he writes: "1 was conf.nej t
wish chronic rh'H""! 'Hi f I
f,,,' ' ( f I !v'h i i ' -"V I
Vote For Sec orders Court.
The recent statement of the opposit
ion to the Recorder's Court for New
Bern have mads misleading statements
to the publie ss to what theeommissioD
ers of Guilford county did by refusing to
combine the , Greensboro Recorder's
Court and the High Point Recorder's
Court. These towns refused to con
solidate" these courts and the both still
have Recorder's courts the same as tfcs
one proposed for New Bern. ! Here Is
what the Greensboro Daily News of
April 1 had to say: , ?
- NOT A FAIR TEST. -
V Anent a campaign to vote oa a Re
corder's court in New Bern, The Sun
says; - ;' ,,Vn:J " ."- '
The promoters of the Recorder's
court have been saying that no place
that has a Recorder's court wss willing
to do away with it Greensboro and
High Point, both in Guilford county,
have had such a court for some time.
Senator Hobgood passed s bill for a
county court" for Guilford, which is
the same kind of court we are to vote
on May 2. - It was left up to the county
commiasioners to ratify the bilL . They
refused -to ratify it yesterday, so they
will hate no county court Evidently
the "county court" is not such a fine
thing after all - . "r
The result of the movement for a
county court in Guilford is no argument
against a Recorder's court in New Bern
or anywhere else. It was not- a fail
test even on the question of a county
court, and has no bearing on the value
and importance of a recorder's court
for a city. The reasons for the defeat
of the county court here was in no wise
concerned or connected with the results
achieved by the city court."
What the Recorder's Court is doing
for Greensboro and Guilford county,
Showing expenses, prior to the estab
lishment of the Recorder's Court that
is now in o Deration, and what it has
done since itaeatablishment.
Criminal Court coat from May 1st,
1908. to June 30 1909. Prior to estab
lishment of city court -State
cost and fets to the
clerk of court $1 786 39
State witnesses paid by
county 2 491 05
Grand iurv 1 888 95
Court officers and prison-
eta' guards'' - 1 014 10
Tallisjury 1 209 10
Petit jury 1 780 75
Expense of the jail 3 148 70
Total v . 112 819 04
Criminal Court coat from May 1, 1909,
to June 30. 1910. Since establishment
of city courts, . .
State coet and fees to the . "
clerk of the court - ?824 79
Sute witnesses paid by -
county, : 951 40
Grand jury - 943 90
Court officers and prison
ers' guard 726 00
Tallia iurv 675 70
Petit jury 1 813 60
Expense of the jail 2 472 01
Totsl ""r-L.. $8 307 30
Cost for year ending June
80, 1909 I ' ; . ; $12 819 04
Cost for year ending June.
30,1910 . 8 307 30
Gross saving for one year - 4 611 74
Less cost-due city of :.' " "
Greensboro , 1 500 00
Net saving to county ' S3 011 74
Receipts of the Municipal Court City
of Greensboro from May 1, 1909, to
June 80. 1910.
Coet paid by defendants ' $2 729 02
Cost paid . by county
through Superior court 136 83
Cost due city by county . : 1 600 00
$4 465 85
Saku y of judge
Salary of stork
Sslary of attorney
Total t. ' .
$1 000 00
- SOU 90
1 800 00
'2 666 86
Balance Jane 1911
, $4 465 85
During the above term of one year
this court has imposed snd1 tuned over
lo the county treasurer for use of the
school fund.' - $4 211 81
The above is a statement from Mr.
Leslie Abbott. Auditor for Guilford
county, ' - v ' ' - ' , " '
For Iafints suid Children. .
Tli ftl Yn r.::3 :;:;: E::;!.i
Murt Have Been Poor.
Critic Where did you get the Hes
for that nlavt Playwrigbt-Out of
nt bead, of course. What do yon
mean? Critic You must be glad that
it is outi ,. -. ." . ;
When a medicine must be given to
young ehiUlren it should be p'eaasnt to
take. Ctii'i torlain's Cot''i I m1y is
made from loaf si jir, and the roots
used in in j repara. an give it S flavor
similar to mp!e ayrup' making It
ploaaant to We. It tins no superior
for colds, er"i S'd whoof-ing couh,
For sale ty 6,1 cj.j.,is, .
to Use e
j '.-i i '1 '
1 f r X c n
v i' I j "1 to c-;
a i ' ?
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
, - PROPERTY. .
By virtue of the power contained in
the Deed of Trust executed to the under
signed, on tbe24tb, day of January 1910
by S. C. Gilbert snd. Margaret Gilbert,
lis wife, snd duly recorded In the omce
of the Register of Deeds of Craven
countv. N. C in book 180. page 109.
because of default made.intbe payment
ot tbe indebtedness tnereoy secured ana
by th reuaeat of tbe holder oi the Donas
representing such indebedtnees, I will
sell for cash to the highes bidder at the
mill sits of tbe mill of S. U. UitDert.
near Cove City. N. C. at the hour of
12 o'clock m. on Monday the 8th, day
of May, 1911, all the following describ
ed property to-wit: ,-.: - ,
One 40 horse Ladell boiler. - one 50
hosro power Casey & Hedge boiler, one
60 horse power Atlas engine, one Amer
ican edger. two awinging cut off saws,
complete, one blacksmith shop equip
ment, tools, tan etc,, one logging ma
chine, all of which is subject to the lien
held held by tbe Pro lucers Lumber
Company also one 15, horse power en
gine which is free from encumbrance,
also one Byer logging machine, which
is subject to the lien .of ' the Hyman
Supply Company, also one log train lo-
I . L L ." L.-..1 . .1 i- . m
Key, wuicn u auojeci w toe lien ui ta
ll. Hodges snd the lien of the Produc.
ets Lumber Company, also all the rail
road and tram road eauionient includ
ing rails and machinery and tools of
everv kind snd all the tools, eauinment
machinery snd property oi every kind
used in and around the mill of said a.
Gilbert situste near Cove i ity, N
U. not nereinretore specmcaiiy men
tioned, all of which is subject to the
lien of the Producers Lumber Company.
bald property being all me personalty
owned by said Gilbert in said county of
This 4th, dsyof April 1911.
- R. A. NUNN, .
NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE SALE OF
REAL ESTATE. , s
Under and far virtu of tha power of ule oon-
talMri in that eartaia mortaara deed executed by
Joeeph Berrburtoa and Sarah Herrinsrton, hia
wife, to B, F. Olnkina 30th, day of January. 1901
which mortar Seed ia leeorded in the office of
the reaiater of deed of Cravon county- in .book
180, peare 460. the aaid moftftase deed and the
debt thereby secured having been duly transferr
ed to the undenianed and default in the payment
of the debt thereby secured having ben made,
the undersigned will, oa Monday th 24th. day of.
AprQ.1011. at twelve o'clock m., at the county
court house door in New Bern, N. C. offer foe
sal to the highest bidder for cash, all the follow-
inf described real estate, to-wit:- '
A certain pise or parcel of land adjoining th
lends of Enoch Harris, William .Lodge and B. F,
Dinkin and others; bounded and described as
follows!- Lying, situate and being in No.
township. Craven eoanty.N, C and beginning
in th old Use and runs with said line north 11
west M poles; then south 77 east 143 pole to
Clay Branch; then with said branch; to Calvin
Jornar's corner; than with aWner'a line south S
west 2S pole to Enoch Harris' corner, than wish
Harris' 1! n north SS east 26 pole to the corner;
then north (, east 20 poke to another of his
aera.- then with hia Hue north 24 at 22 poles
to another of Harris' comer; thsu with Harria'
Una Berth 63 west B pole to Harria' corner;
then with Harria' line north 79 wast S pole to
th beginning, containing Si acre, more of leas.
This 23rd day of March. 19IU
; - ..:- ateEAY DIN KINS,
. - Aasigne of aaid mortgage.
R. A. NUNN, Attorney. ,
IK RE MOSELY CREEK DRAINAGE
- - . DISTRICT.
v - North Carolina
. Craven County
Before W. M. Watson, C S. CJ
- - aaasBasl '"" ' ' '
In The Superior Court.
NOTICE OF HEARING. -
T all Parson and Parties Concerned in The
Above Entitled Proceedings of th Drainage Dia-trlct:-Tak
Notie-. ... - '
That the Board ef Viewers heretofore appointed
ia aaid proceedings for th Moseiy Creek Drain
age District, after th establishment of aaid Die.
triet, at th hearing of th preliminary report
ef aaid Board of Viewers by thi ewtrt, having
Sled their final report in accordance with chapter
Ut, Lawa f IMS. with th Coort. together with
in. Wrels profilea, . claaeiftcation of lands
estimate of east, plana and specifications and
expense of such sarvey and report; and aaid
board of viewer, having - on each survey
I classification of lands found that
th timber Interest on .the lands of th Wft
estate will be benefited by such drainage, and
having classified the rente, which said timber in.
tereot are owned by J. W. Stewart:
Therefore, be tt ordered that the aaid final re
port, having been examined and found by th
oart be la do form -and in accordance with
the law. the aaaos h hereby accepted. ' :
Ordered further that all Persons and parties
eaiMieriisd la th above entitled preceding ap
pear before ne at say office in the city of New
Bern ea Monday Us 17th, day of April. 1911. at
U o'clock, a. BVi for the final hearing of th final
report of th Board of ' Viewers of th Moseiy
CnekDrainag Dtstrlet. '-
Ordered farther, that J. W. 8tewsrt, the own
er of tha timber interest afar see id. fa eerred
with sosunoaa. together with copy vf Ui
.iee. to show eaaae, if any he hare, why he
mad a party to thi proceeding and aaid timber
interest classified and brought ia aaid drainage
district, 1 accordance with th report of tbe said
Board of Viewers filed la tbe said cause.
And thi notie shall ho given by publication
for two oeeaastv week fat fh New Bern Jour
nal, and posted at th Court Bouse door and flv
oowsplcaoai places within the drainage district.
.And hereunder aU aueh. persons are notified
that I will bear, consider snd pea open the aaid
art of aaid Viewers, and- wUI hear and
and del! lain any objection that may be raised
thereto. -". i ''"''.
Thai Slat day of March Mil. . "'
.. .. -.' ' W,M.WATSOH.
Clerk Superior Court .Craven County.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF LAND.
M If Mark, Administrator of Penelope Tred -vU
deceased. Hannibal Bad ham and Janie Bad"
ham, hi wife, and Augustus Reynolds.
Pursuant to the authority and power obtained
from tha Superior Court of Craven county, in
the special piosssdlngs entitled at. M. Sarks. ad
ministrator ef Penelope Tredwell, decern
against Hannibal Bad ham, Janie Bad ham and
Augustus Reynolds, the aaeersigned will at It
o'clock M, oa th second Bonder ia April. 1911, (it
being the tenth day ef the aaid month.) at th
court hones door in Craven count r, ell to th.
biht bU'Jar for cash the fallowing desr; :d
let ef lurid lying and being in that part of the city
ef New Srn commonly called Pavlstown. and
bmmd ?4 as follows;
Maslnalr at tt:S nrttt IntersectUrtl of Stsln
snd Murray Bres Bui running northwerflly
mi'-i-v W'tcy Biit 15 ' ' -me frt. tlipne e-tt-V
ar- r S' I l- i-1 ; ii s.--n StlCit f;fty-Hvp
XT A I -
: ii Murrsr r(5
t. 1' i
FORGOT HIS CZZXX
8eilkins Had a Litle Talk With the
- Customs Inspector.
Fllklns bad just returned from a six
months' tour of the continent and bis
trunks aud boxes were uumerous. With
considerable aualousi care be had pre
pared his deelrtratlon, but when" he
saw the eugle eyed Inspector plunge
Into bis work s wave of fear spread
over blm. - Could he by any possibil
ity have forgotten anything! And If
so snd It was brought to tight would
be bare lo suffer the pain and humil
iation of nrrt-st? ' Rapidly he ran over
In -bin mind the dutiable objects that
be remembered having beard that oth
ers hud . brought In clothing, 'objects
of art. books, bric-s-brac, jewels, mu
sIphI lnstrumentw-ah. bis heart stood
atill-nnwlcnl lunlruinents pianos, vio
lins, flutes, organs :; r .,-ft.
With : beating 'heart be approached
I.- there any duty on organsT" ne
asked In a trembling voice. .
"There Is." said the inspector, fixing
cold, steely eye upon blm. . . -,
Then." wild Fllklns. "I desire to
wltbdra'w uv declaration for a mo-
meut." v ' . "
"What for?' demanded -the Inspec
tor. ' , , " ' -
"I -wish to amend it." said Fllklns.
I've bad my -nose repaired and made
over on the o'tber side, and I'd bate to
have that organ seized because . I'd
overlooked lt;"-fHarper's Weekly. .-
r . ; . Marking the Way.. . ' - t :'
'It took that racing automobile rwen
ty minutes to pass this bouse." v
"Impossible!" " . .: : (
"Fnct -.1 could hear It ten minutes
before It got here, and I could Smell
It ten minutes after It passed." Toledo
His Critloiam, I v.?
, -you dare to criticise my gowns f
exclaimed Mrs. Fllmgllt - - .-
wen,- repuea her husband reso
lutely, "after hearing yourefcr to
yonr pet bulldog as a perfect beauty
I m inclined to rely, on my own judg
ment." Washington Star. " ,
SOUND. SLEEF OF GOOD
' Cannot be overestimated and any ail
nient that prevent a it Iq a menace to
health. J L Soothers, Eau Claire. Wis.
says; "I have been unable to sleep
soundly nights, ttecause or pains scros
my back and soreness of my kidneys
My sppetite wss very poor snd my gen-
em condition wss much run down.
have been taking Foley'! Kidney Pill
but s abort time and now aleep as sound
ss a rock, my general condition is great
ly improved, and : 1 know that Foley
Duffy.,; , ;
have cured me." K. S.
A Pairv' :-
"How does Mrs. Henry Peck manage
to keep that cook of bersT" - t
"The cook threatened to leave, but
Mrs. Peck woultt not give ber a recom
mendatlon. and she wouldn't go with
out one end they are both pretty stub
born.".. . ;;' ;.-.' v. J'.; - sV. :-V--. -r-X'i.
. AVERTS AWFUL TRAGEDY; V
Timely advice piven Mra. C. Willouift
by, of Marengo, Wi.. (R. No. 1) pre"
vented a dreadrul traedy and saved
two lives.- .Doctors had ssid her fright
ful cough was s "consumption" cough
and coujd do little to help her. Af tet
many remedies failed, her aunt urged ber
to take Dr. King's New Discovery. "I
hsve been using it tor snms time," sh
wrote "and the awful cough has almost
gone: it also saved my little boy when
taken with a severe bronchial trouble.
This matchless medicine has no equal
for throst and lung trouble. ' Price 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaran
teed by all druggists. , . .. '
aa-nowseea wi aan awaesawama f
r -f-' Daaporately Jll.: - f
Mrs. Parke-Youcbuaband lias beea
111, hasn't het Mrs. Lane I never ssw
blm ? ; Why," for. two weeks bo
Boror s(Hke s cross word to me.
FO BAOKAOHK KlONSYS AHO StAOOS'
Tbe great sonl thai" sits on the thronv
ef the unlvefte la not never wss and
never will be In a hurry. Timothy Tit
tomb. :v ..,.,' .
Constipation brings many ailments in
its train and is the primary cause of
much sickness. ' Keep your bowelsr eg
ular madam, and you will escape many
of the ailments to which women, are
subject. Constipation is a very simple
thing; but like many simple things, it
may lead : to serious -consequences.
Nature often needs a little assistance
frnd when Chamberlain's Tablets are
given at the first indication,' murh
distress and suffering may be avoided.
Sold by sll dealers.
' " Cholera. . ' -Cholera
was first recognised by the
rortugpese in India aa far back as tbe
middle of the sixteenth century. . It
has tbe peculiarity of following a well
defined route, with progres Just about
equal to that of an average journey oa
root. " . . - - , -
FOR CONSTIPATION. -
Mr. L. 11. FranV.am, a prominent
dmeriMHt of Spint Lake. Iowa. svs:
''Ciiamheriain's S ' " h an J Liver Tab
lets mre certainly the best thing on the
market for const iriation." Give tb-
tabluts a trial. You arecertain to f .v)
thorn areeabH and pleasant in t..' U
Trice, 25 rents. Sampks free. For
sale by all dealers.
No Tiir Limit
rr-i, - j . . . .
in oiuer unv in ire ronrtliouse 8
woman I" t la t' I :,!,:icl..! of ttir
ii- 1 one if I he
1 t i) '
131 $3.51 m
, Why not begin today.''
and give W. L. Doug-
- las Shoes a trial? You
,. will certainly get more
style, comfort and ser- v-
vice for the money -
than can be obtained - ' .
elsewhere. . " '
Cor. S. Front and Middle Sts. ,
' Prescriptions from all
physicians, Quickly and Ac
curately filled. -
Also.a full line of Choice
Toilet articles. . .
AND " ,
- - and . :
E. V. W.l
. law kent X &
4 " PREPARED
makes every acre count and
every testimonial good. Is
prepared lor all soils and all
crops. Write us for prices
and testimonials.' .
CO. NEW BERN, N. C.
tv-iped la. BJ mlnoie
nure with Dr. Hhuup a
, . it . t ... -
m . tost will surely prure.
eea. Asa (a aod Dleasllia synicr mm. Drucn!M
Soja or Soy. Beans andiField
Peas Hyde Co., grown Burt
and Rust proof Oats Hay,
Oats,1 Dairy - Feed, . Corn,.
Brand, Beet Pulp,' Ship Stuff,
and all kinds of feed.
BURRUS .b CO.
n 33 I-Iidvlls EL New Bern, N. 0. ;
fhona 184. -
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