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New Bern, N. C. April, 14. 1911.
LY AND PRACTICALLY
A very prominent Democrat of
this section, in a discussion over
the reciprocity question, declared
that he would neither be Demo
crat nor Republican on the issue.
This means that he is touched per
sonally by reciprocity, if it be
comes effective, therefore he would
overthrow his political scruples
that have hitherto governed his
actions and stand for it. It is the
same old story of tha sensitive
Looking at Presideut Taft's Ca
nadian reciprocity bill, from a
Democratic political view point, it
is an antagonistic measure. The
republican party in the campaigns
of 1S) and 1900 declared for it
Years before these declarations,
that eminent Republican, James
G. Blaine, said, "the enactment
of reciprocity, is the safeguard of
"protection, and Democrats have
always criticised It, and particu
larly in the national Presidential
campaign of 1902, was reciprocity
condemned. Therefore, politically,
reciprocity is peculiarly antago
nistic toDemocrtic principles. And
this Oauadiau reciprocity bill of
President Taft's can it not be seen
is not, merely a party measure but
more is there not the personal part
that in it the President hopes to
benefit by? Was not the Payne
Aldrich bill endorsed by Mr. Taft
Was it not afterwards condemned
bv prominent Republicans, and
why not now, divert public atteri'
tion from my unwise endorsement
of Payne Aldrich, says Mr. Taft
to Presideut Taft, by giving the
people a Canadian reciprocity is
sue, that looks like free trade to
the consumer, but will not affect
the protected manufacturer T It is
purely politics, this Canadian rec
iprocity bill, of the President's.
The practical side of this bill, is
like any tariff matter, personal.
Are my interests served or injured.
But no American producer
of any article mentioned in this
bill that is to be put on the free
list, should imagine that placing
raw materials, Canadian p.nd Amer
ican, on the same free trade basis,
is to give the producer any beue
fits. It may be urged that while
the farmer may suffer, the laborer
may be helped, because of lower
prices. But it must not be forgot
ten that the manufactured article
is still amply protected by a tar
Both politically and practically
the . Journal opposes President
Taft's Canadian reciprocity bill,
for it has not the honoat look of
being either "flesh, fowl or good
red herring," , in its provisions
that would affect the best interests
of the people. .
Till) "BUT" AND V
' "If CITIZEN.
' How many towns and small
cities would develop and increase
in population and wealth, except
for their "but" and "if citizens!
.' . Fear and selfishness are personal
Characteristics that will hold back
any community. The "but" citi
sen may be. neither fearful nor sel
fish, yeti with his insufferable ad
veru vt ywiJM cci j bcukuw., ud
cannot lie won over to any project
that means localbetterments. And
still he Is so seemingly Inclined to
take part, to assist, to promote,
tojoiu with others in the scheme
that calls for aco operative spirit,
it is a good scheme, "but", then it
wouM bo l. I'. r if lie m 1000
i " i t f r r i any I,. .';
.sMi ' ii.i'...izy.r7 1
ALCOHOL 3 PER (1EN1
ting die Stomachs andBowehi
ness and RestjContains neither
0(HuniJ4arphine nor Mineral.!
Hirwi Sftd -
Aperfect Remedy forConsfipai
tion , Sour Stomach.Dtorrtoaj
ness anJLoss of Sleep.
FacS'imfe Signature oT
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
"if citizen! Why he would be
the ideal, except for his condition
al attitude on every subject and
and everything, for he is euthus
iastic up to the point of excution,
of bacouiing an active participant,
the community's most eager work
er and shouter, when "if" and
it is all over. The effect of this
kind of citizenship is bad enough
among its own people. Its effect
upon outsiders who are asked to
come with their capital to assist
local enterprises is most prejndi
cial. For what capitalist wants
to invest in a community where
he hears so frequently that some
obstacle is to be overcome, and
"if" that was not only so, how
much better it would be.
The hope of every coin in unity
is to so develop and grow that the
"but" and "if citizen shall be
relegated so far to the rear of the
progressive procession that he be
comes just a follower, whose pre
sence is simply tolerated. His ob
jections cannot have any effect
because the community is too busy
going ahead to look backward. Its
progressive momentum has grown
until it cannot be stopped, much
less held back, tho. the voice of
tha "but" and "if citizen should
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
lie is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, County and Statt
aforesaid, and . that Mi id firm will
pay the sura of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case
of catarrh that ctannot be cured bj
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscrib
ed in my presence this Gth day of
December, A D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
Dally, and acta directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of tha system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo, 0.
Sold by all Druggists, 75o.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. ' :
On of tha beat examples of how to
end lettera Incorrectly la that of a sol
dier who wrote home to bis wife the
following sentence without a single
stop or comma; , ;
"May bearen cherish and keep yon
from jronra affectionately John Don."
Women of the highest type,
women of superior education and
refinement, whose ojtcernment
and judgment five weight and
force to their opinions, highly
praise the wonderful corrective
and curative properties of Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. Throo;!iout the many stages
of woman's life, from g irlliood,
tLrotjh tie ordeals of mother
LooJ to tl
e :c'...'?2 jean, t!,ere
u r- r err
Guaranteed undw-the tooJol
For Infants and ChiUren.
The Kind You Have
Jurors Drawn For April Term U.
Circuit and District Court.
ine following list or jurors was yea
terday drawn to serve at the next term
of the U. S. Circuit and District Court
convening in this city on April 25th.
with Judge H G. Connor presiding.
Pitt county-W E Tucker, Greenville,
R. F. D. Wm. McArthur, Greenville,
R F D, W S Blount, Ay den, R L Davis,
L L Kittrell, Winterville, i
Jones county -R B Parker, Trenton,
A J Collins, Maysville.D B Heath Com
fort, E B Isler, Cadiz, Enoch Noble.
Craven county Thoe. H Davis, W F
Crockett, L H Cutler Jr., C K Foy, W
R Barrington, C W Munger, G V Rich
ardson, E E Harper, S R Street
Lenoir county Henry French, J H
Mewborne, D M Stanton.
Pamlico county-W J Swan, Bin
Willis, Henry Carrawan, J C Muse, M
N Jones, Claud H ask ins.
Wayne county John Herring, M C
Kornegay, W B Glisson, K D Smith,,
Carteret county -Geo. A Willis, Jr. C 3
Wallace, Harvey Hancock, AT Willis,
Onslow county C G Cox, R P Hin-
ton, John M Francks, Geo, H Bender,
Greene county R A Hardy, Lemuel
Aldridge, W H Dail, Andrew Jones, W
Beaufort county WW Hooker,
Henry Moye, C S Dixon. , .
ton baokaohs KioNBva and f hAooaa
-Atlanta plans a banking institution
calculated to drive "loao sharks", oat
Mr, L. H. Franham, a prominent
druggist of Spirit Lake, Iowa, nays:
"Chamberlain's Stomach an j Liver Tab
lets are certainly the best thing on the
market for constipation." . Give theae
tablets a trial. Tea are certain to find
inera agreeablt and pleasant in effect
Price, 25 cents. Samples free. For
saie Dy ail dealers.
The rejected suitor arose anii looked
for hla hat '
"It you will not marry me," he aald,
"let us at least be friends." , ,4 .
The fair girl shook her head. $
"No," she coldly replied; "l am op
posed to both annexation and reciprocity.-
; - . , , ..
Whereupon he went away much bom
bled-Cleveland Plain Dealer. -
roiey itianey ruis contain in concen
trated form ingredienta of established
the rapeutic value for the relief and
cure of all kidney acd bladder ailments.
Foley Kidney PiIIh are antiaeptic, tonic
and restorative, Refuse substitutes.
F. S. Duffy. , , f .
r . . A Deuble Surprise. . - - .,'
Funnlmsn Now, there's your hus
band coming, Mrs. Candor. J Lefk
make a little surprise for Mm.? Mrs.
Funnlmaa aud I will hide behind tha
curtains nere, and you tell him that
your expected guests haven't ome.
Then we'll step out and surprise him.
(Enter Mr. Candor.) a. ' t
Mr. Candor (obeying orders) WeU,
Henry, our expected guests bate dis
appointed ne-Wr. and Mrs. Fa nn Una a
haven't come. ' -; : . -;
Mr. Candor (heartily) Thank
heavenl - -: - a.;
. . . T
Liame onouioer is nearly always
to rheumatism of the muneUilii
quickly yields to the free application ol
Chamberlain's Liniment ' jbor sale by
.ii j i -
an aeaiers. , ,.
. . .i . i :
Wheo yon have cdosen yoor part
abide by It and do not weakly try to
r"-onrl!e yourf!'f with the t ' L
Uf For Oyer
TNI IINTIM MMNNTi NM fTY.
McCarthy Again Nominated. No
Nomination For Chief of Fo-
r: - lice. Aldermen Tie in 1st
Yesterday's DesMcratis manlcipal
primary passed quietly though there
was great tntarest to ha Chief of .Po
lice Bominatiott to alt the wards except
tha thdd. Folio whig 1s tha result, the
figures ara- approximately correct. No
nfit&inatloa foe Chief of Police, and the
aldermen tie la first ward, will proba
bly require another vote.
f fcJRST WARD For Major.
Weddell., , . . ,. , 29
EI1K - 65
FOR CHIEF OF rOUCE
Lup'on, . . 87
McCarthy, ' 145
W K Baxter
Warrington, . 29
T. F. licCarth
E. k Smith
Griffin . 11
r SIXTH WARD.
Weddell - 89
HiU ' 78
Warrington - 10
Fulcher . . 10
TOTAL FOR CHIEF POLICE.
Griffin . , 204
Harget w 168
, FOR MAYOR.
McCarthy -J f- , 877
Weddell . , . , ' ' . 202
CASTOR I A
The Peoneylvanla - Eight-Hour law
was declared oaeoaatiUttioaal by the
SUU Supreme Court ; , t ;
rSAFE MEDICI NX FOR CHILDREN
Foter's Hon) ani Tar Commaiul la
a aafe aad effectiva saadldna forchil-
drea ss It does net eontaia epiatea or
narmiai orotra, jtm geauiae roiey's
Honey sad Tar Comnooad Is iaa fal
low packagV S VuSj. i -. ; .
Th tamaoa Xlit:ja'gaefal wva.
toff was a e(uiilamtliei raetae
to suffer' defeat Ca ifftbaed aereral
vktorlMi against this Turka aa4 against
tha Poise, and: la Italy , ha waa p
poaed by lareaa. ,ajkd. atag eoaa
pletely ; eotnambereCi, he affected a
briluaat retreat oyer tha saoaataiaa of
Cwltaerlasd, through, OAnaeny, 4ata
Busala. --v- t ,. .: ... f.-H... '
ONE CONDUCTCa KkXPED' BACK
Mr. Wllford Adna ia hla tuna, and
be writes: "I a -a e "Soed to ray bed
with ehrwMc t' -- end used two
bottles of t ' y'a I -fy Kuirwdy with
good effect, 'i 1 J L- ie i nt me on
aay feet ar 1 1 1 i wuk aa eorMv
tor oa the lxu' ' n, Kr., htreet Ll-
wsy. It v I ca a I v a ciNim la cases
of rheumr.' v " Ii !nrs tha blood af
uric acid. -i'. t .j. ;. u : M .
"rrnv-1-" ' :t irr
in thei" t ' ' tt 'JIL.J
beea a f; r a -ycri
maa am eaet I
ton's eat ! i P
put:'rt, c ' 1 . ' .11 1
We'.t t.J , -
-tmr " '; si' 'v"v j
tue wt ' . ' . t :
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our cu '. is . , I
me, and t '
f 1 1 1
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i " 'i i
- ..tested mjmii
There is a Heap of Solace in Being
Able to Depend Upon a Well
-r Earned Reputation.
For montba New Bern readera have
aeen the constant expression of praise
for Doaa's Kidney Pills, and read about
the good work they have dona In this
locality. Not another remedy ever pro
duced such convincing proof of merit.
i R. A. Henderson, 166 George St.
New Bern, N. C , says; "Doan'a Kid
ney Pills are a very valuable remedy
and I can say that they did me more
good than, any other kidney medicine I
over took. I suffered from a dull pain
across my loins and this waa accompa
nied by an extreme lamenees in my
hack. I also had inflamation of the blad
der and the passage of the kidney se
cretions pained me. The use of Doan's
Kidney Pills-which I procured from
Bradham Drug Co., removed all the
lameness and pain and improved my
condition in every. way." (Statement
given January 25, 1908.)
: CONFIRMED PROOF.
Mr. Henderson was interviewed on
Nov. 28, 1910 and he said: "I willingly
verify my former endorsement of Doans
Kidney Pills, for i have been free from
backache and kidney complaint since 1
took this remedy. You are welcome to
continue the publication of my state
ment" - For aale b; all dealers. Price 6i
oeata. Foster aillburu Co., Buffalo
New fork, sola agents for tbo United
Remember tha name Doaa't n
aka no othav
"I told him he was dead foolish to be
engaged to three girls simultaneously."
"How did It turn out?" ' -"As
you might expect His expenses
were such that be got so far behind
with hla board be bad' to marry bis
landlady." Loplsvtlle Courier-Journal,
in cases of rheumatism relief from
pain makes sleep and rest possiple
This may be obtaind by applying Cham
ber Iain's Liniment For aale by all
Window teaves. -
SIX species of plants mat posses
window leaves have been discovered
la South Africa.. Tbey are all stem
lass succulents, and the egg shaped
leavea are Imbedded In the ground,
only the apices remaining .visible.
The visible part of tbe leaves la flat
or convex on tbe surface and color
less, so that tbe light can penetrate
It and reach tbe Interior of tbe leaf
below, which la green on 'the Inside.
With tbe exception of tbe blunt apex
Bo part of tbe leaf ia permeable to tbo
ngbt being surrounded by the soli In
Which It Is burled.
a FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTOR I A
Geed Guess Probably. -
Tha unconscious stranger lay on the
sidewslk breathing heavily and groan
lag. Two teeth were missing, bis eyes
were marked, and bia nose was bleed
lag. : ; ;- - --a'
r "Who can be her, said th rowd
again and again. . - - ' - ;.
"1 guess he was some peacemaker,'
suggested tbe ambulance surgeon, sur
veying tha wreckage. Buffalo Ex
bo GHOSTS HAUNT SWAMPS T
No, never. Its foolishness to fear a fan
cied evil, when there are real and dead
ly penis to guard against in swamps
and marshes, bayous, and low lands.
These are the malaria germs that cauoe
ague, chills and fever, weakness,, aches
In tbe bones and muscles and r-av in
dues deadly typhoid. But Electric Bit'
ters destroys and casts out these vici
ous germ from tbe blood. "Three bot
tles drove all tha malaria from my sys
tem," wrote wm tret well, or i,ueama,
N. C, "and I've had fine health ever
y, 60c at all druggists. -
' '- An Appeal. --.
Tha Owner Bee beret That trunk of
mlas never did you a bit of harm, did
The Porter Any barm? Of course
Tha Owner Well, then, don't treat It
ts If It dld-Brooklyn Life.
Our baby cries for Chanberlain'a
Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. T, B.
Kendrick, Rasaca, Ga. "It is the best
cough remedy on the msrket for coughs,
colds and croup. : For aale by all deal
ers. - - - ' . V :
' - Impatient people constantly wa-
' ter their miseries and hoe up their '
comfortsi sorrows are viaton that
coma wilhoul invitation, but com
plaining minds send a wagon to
bring their troubtes home in hv the
load. Many, people arc bore cry
ing, Eve complaining and die disap
pointed; Ihy chew the bitter piU
.which they would not even know ;
ts be bitter if only tliey had the
sense to swallow it whole in a cup
'of patience and water. Charles
ILSpurgeoo. ,. ...
, -CAMELS OF THE ARAS3. ;
Various Ways the Oeeert Nomads Use
-: the Animate' Milk. . v -
Nearly 00,000 camels ara us$d In the
vilayet of Bagdad aa beksta of bur
den, and with donkeys they form the
only means of carrying goods to is
land points. For a common burden
caniol $30 la a fair price, though the
trotters, or swift messenger camels,
ara worth more. A young camel can
sometimes be bad about Bagdad for
as little as $3 or $4., " .
Besides Its use for riding and carry
ing purposes, the Mesopotamlan Arabs
depend on the camel for milk. Shoes
are made from Its toogn, calloused
hide, and In times of famine lta brit
tle, strong tasting flesh is eaten. Con
donsed milk. made, by boiling fresh
camel milk until evaporation leavea
only -a hard, chalky .- snbetance, . la
prised among the desert nomads. By
nibbing this substance' between the
hand It reduces to powder, and when
mixed with warm water it makes a
refreshing drink, highly esteemed
among the desert folk. . "Mereesy," as
It Is called, will keep In good condition
for two years. : When made from hut'
termllk it tastes sour and Is priced
among Arabs who have eaten much
of sweet dates. Fresh, warm camel
milk Is also the food of many valua
ble horses ovned by desert sheiks.
Camel calves are weaned In their
eleventh or twelfth month. When a
camel caravan Is on .the march the
very young camels are often tied noon
the backs of the mother animal, since
they cannot endure .the fatigue of s
long march. " Valuable dogs and Arab
desert bounds, called "slugeys," also
ride in the same way. Chicago Record-Herald.
Brides In Iceland.
A quaint old superstlliou In Iceland
Is that every bride must Invite all ber
friends to a dinner In ber own borne
and every article of food must be pre
pared by tbe bride herself.. If she Is
Successful in pleasing ber guests she
not only receives praise for ber own
skill, but helps along ber younger sis
ters, wbo are then assumed to be
equally good at cooking and conse
quently have a much better chance of
getting married.- , .
A RELIABL MEDICINE NOT A
Mrs. F. Marti, St Joe, - Mich., says
"uur nicie ooy contracted a fevert-
bronchial trouble and as tie doctor'i
medicine fi d not enre him. I cave hirr
Foley's Honey -and Tar Compound iw
wmcn i nave great raitn. - it cured ih
cougn as well aa the choking and gag
King spena, ana ne got well in a thort
time. Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound bas many times saved us mucf
trouble and we are never without it ii
the house. r . 8. Duffy.
v ; j a Better Trade. '.'
T understand young ; Briefless
snout to marry tbe daughter-of old
uonas, tbe millionaire ? -
"Tea. so I am told." V C . ;
"Will he give np the law business r
ire. tie will give up the law bust
ness ana go into tbe son-ln-la bunl
Constipation brings many ailments in
its tram and is. the primary cause of
much sickness, r Keep your bowels'' eg-
uiar maaam, ana you will escape many
of the ailments to which women are
subject Constipation Is a very simp e
imng, rut line many simple tilings,
may lead to serious conseauencen.
Nature often needs a li tie assistance
aad wben Chamberlain's Tablets sre
given at (he first indication," much
aistres ana suttenns mav be avoided
Sold by all dealers., . - ;
A Regular Attendant . - -
As the new minister f tbe village
waa on his way to evening service he
met a rising young man of tbe place
whom he was anxious to have become
a member of his church. . ,
"Good evening, my young friend
he said solemnly. "Do you. ever at
tend a place- of worship 7" r
x en, uiueea. sir, regularly every
Sunday night" replied tbe young fel
low with a smile. . "I'm on my wsy to
see ber now.n-MetropotItan Magaslne
roaaMawMATista KiDNavaAMO atAoeca
He Didn't .
The wife of a clergyman warned blm
as be went off to officiate at a fuuerat
ona rainy dsy: -
wow, joun, don't stand with vonr
. . -
oare neaa on tbo damp ground; you'll
catch cold." '
AVERTS AWFUL TRAGEDY.
- -Timely advice riven Mra.C: Wiiiih
ujr, vi lUBrcngu, rri., .a. o, t) pre
veniea a areaaiui tragedy aad saved
two lives. Doctors had said her fright
ful cough waa a ''consumption" cough
ana couia ao lime to held her. After
many remedies fsiled,her sunt urged her
to take Dr. King's New Discovery. "1
have been using it for some time the
wrote ''and the awful coutjh has alnuit
Kone. it sxo savea my little boy when
taken with a severe bronchial trouble."
Tbia matchless medicine baa no equal
for 4 hr oat and lung trouble. Price 60c
anu ei.vu. .rial Douie free. Guartn
teed by all druggists.,
- China's Religions. '.
To tbe ranging eye the frn!ts hroneht
forth by the rellflons of China appear
to b numberless temples. dluV nnd
neglected; couutless. dusty Idols por
traylng bldcous deities In.vlolenf attl
tujfe exprewstve of the worst passion-:
an army of Ignorant priest, as skep
tlcal as Roman auiruM, enenfted in dl
vlnliig. exorcl.Klinr nnd furnishing fu
neral ceremoplen for gnln; and a laity,
superstitions mid Irreverent, given to
p-rfiim-tory kotowing" and prsrer
lii.n i i.fi ty th most practical nio-
ei.-( ciiHiry. , ,
3.00 $3:50 4.00
' Why not begin today
and give W. L DoHg -las
Shoes a trial? You
jwill certainly get more
-style, comfort add "ser
vice for the- money
- than can be obtained -elsewhere.
' . Cor S. Front and-MiddleSts.. -
Prescriptions - from all
physicians; Quickly and Ac
Also a full line of Choice
-::'-v-'l::. AND ,
Paints, Oils i.
3 It is economy to use Bacon and
.Dried Beef cut on the American
Slicing -Machine. . Get it fresh
and in any quantity, thin as a
wafer or as thick as you please.
Half pound sliced on our A. S.
C. Machine will go as Ur aa a
pound sliced in the old time way.
CALL AND LET US SHOW YOU
H- C. ABL1STR0XG
Phone 174 - Middle St.
FOR SALE !
Big Mammoth Soj i Beans.
Field Peas of all kinds. Oat,
Hay, Corn, Brand, Ship Stuff
Beet Fu'p, Distillers Grain
which is the highest in -Pro-teids
of any feed sold On thi3
market, and produces milk
in quantities. Alfalfa horca
: PHONE ; 173 U
i . . m
, E. J. U1AILM.
; law Sara,' I. C.
i ECONOMY. I
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