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THE WEEKLY JfllOt
tMklkhed 1878 -
PWlehed to Two Sections, wrj
Tuesday and JTlday, at Journal Bulld
im se-60 Craven Street
CH1KLX8 L. 8TITXKB,
SDITOR AMD PROPRIVTOR.
Official Paper of New Ben, ui
Craven Ootnty. Y
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twelve Month.. .. .. .. .. 1M
. ONLT IN ADVANCT. "
The Journal la only eent onpay-ln-idvanoe
basts. Subscribers wUl re
eeire notice of expiration of. their sub
rriptloni and an Immediate response
to notice wu oe appreciated by the
fonrnaL ' ,n
Adrertlalng rates tarnished upon
application at the office, or upon la
,uir by mal
nteid at the Postofflce, New Bern,
K. C, as second-class matter.
t -- New Bern, N. C. April, 18. 1911.
THE PKOMI3B OF ;
The passage of the Lenten sea
son, with the ushering in of Eaa
ter day with its glad acclaims of
the Risen Lord, should presumably
be the announcement of a batter
moral status in every community,
based upon the religious strength
of those Christians who have ob
served the period set apart for the
renunciation of worldly pleasures,
with minds filled with higher
thoughts, and voices given to
It is not to be superstitious, to
hold that material progress and
prosperity gain as morals gain.
And yet morals have a most im
portant bearing upon the real,
permanent gain of a community.
Particularly upon the social status
of a community, do moral and in
tellectual purposes have important
Material progress, civic advance
ment, take their start from those
in charge of the affairs of the
community. The promise of every
municipal officer is for better con
ditions in his department. There
is a moral strength in such prom
ises in their effect upon material
conditions. A promised munici
pal reform must be impelled by a
moral force that may not be gen
uine in the person seeking office,
but it exists in the community,and
failure to carry it into effect means
changes of those in authority until
the right man is' secured who not
merely promises to carry the re
form into active practice, but is
honest in feeling that by so doing
there is good to be gained.
In the spiritual life the change
may not become effective in this
world, visible to human sight.
The promise for a moral life, with
all that such a life includes, Is
made to a Supreme Being. The
reward is individual. It is not
just for this world, tho it may be
present and future, and as the re
ward is individual, so is the pun
ishment, in its effective force, and
each, reward or punishment, is
according to the promises made
and carried to a just fulfillment,
or ignored as being not worthy of
the attempt of fulfillment. j
ALLEYS CALL FOB MUNICI
The question as to where trash
or refuse of any kind shall be depos
ited never alarms the careful house
keeper. Neither does the matter
of what shall be done with the
trash about the house disturb the
cleanly property owner. The lea
son for this is plain, each has made
provision in advance, so that re
ceptacles are at hand to receive all
' rubbish, filth and refuse, thus pre
serving clean households and prem
iscs. And yet there are cleanly
housekeepers and property owners
who do not exercise this care. In
stead of keeping receptacles for
their owe trash and seeing to its
removal to the proper place, they
will throw rubbish into the alley
or sweep it into the street.' This Is
not right, it is unsanitary, it la
dangerous to the neighborhood. :
There is usually care taken of
the public streets, to remove rub
bi.sh, and to prevent its being de
posited except in boxes. Uut alley
way seldom receive all the attcn
tion they need, In being kept in
good order for vehicles and pedes-'
ti'uns, and free from ruVM.sh and
u f tr-'i.'
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
In, use for over 30 . years, has borne the signature of
'ZrT'Jjjts sonal supervision since its infancy.
f-C&(Ciit46 Allow tin nnA ta dacalvA von In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are hut.
. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. '
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- -gorlc,
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 Feverlslmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic, It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
: and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THI CINT4UII COMPANY. T ' MUKRAY eTRCCT. NCW VOHK CITY.
the matter, by not throwing their
refuse into the alloy, is also self evi
dent The municipal authorities
may have men and teams cleaning
up the alleys everv day, and yet
not be able to keep them in sani
tary condition, unless the property
owners do their part, and have
their rubbish placed in recepta
cles and properly carried away.
With the spring weather, this
matter of clean alley ways is very
necessary to consider. It means
flies or no flies. It means phys
ical health and comfort, or
sickness, diseases and disagreea
ble atmospheric conditions during
the hot summer days, that hun
dreds of persons must endure.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
be is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, County and State
aforesaid, and that saii firm will
pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case
of catarrh that cannot be cured by
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
nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.Joledo, 0.
Sold by aU Druggists, 75c
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
Aoeurate Painter. -
The famous Tintoretto in a painting
of the Israelites gathering manna
showed tbem armed with guns, and a
latter day Neapolitan artist has de
picted the holy family crossing the
KUe In their flight into Egypt In a
magnificently ornamented barge. ,
FOR FLETCHER'S -CASTORIA
1 A Matter ef Taste. , y
' When it comes to tan shoes with a
frock coat we prefer ragtime on a pipe
organ Ualreston News.
SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is
a safe and effective medicine for chil
dren as it does not contain opiates - or
harmful drugs. The genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound is in s yel-
uw package. r. s. uutiy. ,
. . . . Atria. "
.,' ' If yon are going to marry a man to
reform bun include an ax in your
tronssean. uaiveston news.
VSUt Tfcey WU D for Yoj
Tfcey will sure your backache,
rrer;thea your kidneys, cor.
ty f s worn out tissues, and1
' - "t ta excess urla add
f -U- z-rr. t'j-i. Tre.
- 1 ' ' ' r 'iftr:-.
been made under his per- .
Jurors Drawn For April Term U. S.
Circuit and District Court.
The following list Of jurors was yes
terday drawn to serve at the next term
of the U. S. Circuit and District. Com t
convening in this city on April 25th.
with Judge H G. Connor presiding.
Pitt county-W ETucker, Greenville,
R. F. D. Wm. McArthur, Greenville,
RFD.WS Blount, Ayden, R L Davis,
L L Kittrell, Winterville,
Jones county R B Parker, Trenton,
A J Collins. Maysville.D B Heath Com
fort, E B Isler, Cadiz, Enoch Noble.
Craven county -Thos. H Davis, W F
Crockett, L H Cutler Jr., C E Foy, W
R Barrington, C W Munger, G V Rich'
ardson, E E Harper, S R Street
Lenoir county Henry French, J H
Mewborne, DM Stanton..
Pamlico county-W J Swan. Btn
Willis, Henry Carrawan, J C Muse, M
N Jones, Claud Haskins.
Wayne county John Herring, M C
Kornegay, W B Glisson, K D Smith,,
Carteret county-Geo.A Willig.Jr. C 3
Wallace, Harvey Hancock. A T Willis,
Onslow county C G Co, - 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.
I'TS EQUAL DON'T EXIST.
No one bas ever made a salve oint
ment or balm to comoare with Buek-
len's Arnica Salve. It a tbe one perfect
"'""' vhh. iwin VUEIJ0, vrulBOT,
sores, scslds, boils, ulcers, ecs ms, salt
rneum. r or sore eyes, cold sores. Chap
pod hands or sprains its suDreme Un
rivaled for piles.. Try it. Only 25c. at
an uruggisia. t
Overheard at the Party. ' T
"Don't say anything to make Mrs.
Leeder laugh. Her enamel's cracking."
"The man who Just came InT He's
Mrs. Muld rum's second husband. I've
forgotten his name.'' : , ; J
"You never know whom you're going
to bump sgnlnst when yon come to a
place like this."
"Watch out here she comes. 'Yes,
indeed, Mrs. Gwimp, we're enjoying
ourselves greatly." Chicago Tribune.
Mr. T. n Pnnkniri
IWIMHJ, " UIUUIIUCIII
Amnralmt nf Sni l .b. I . ......
r - w. wfi.iv w. iuwi, muyrn.
'Chamberlain's Stomach an J Liver Tub
lets are certainly the best thing on tbe
market for eonatintion." Riu ihu
tablets a trial. You are certain to find
there agreeabfo and pleasant in efftet
Price. 2 eonta. Runnlx ... t-
" iIIT-Vh J. r
oaiw oy as oeaiers.
. White pearls that bring s high pries
have been found growing on cocoauut
trees In Malay. '
roa aUoMtOHS Kiomsys amo Blaoos
... ; - .
The Lark er the Daffodil f
- There aro apse today who malntalu
that the Welsh national emblem Is not
the leek, bnt .tbe daffodil. Both leek
and daffodil are known in tbe ancient
British tongue as "cennin." and It Is
held by those who favor tbe dalutier
flower that owing to the similarity of
name the two became confused and
that 8uakespeare's Influence, coupled
with the Englishman's delight la mak
ing fun of Taffy and his leek, served
to perpetuate tbe error. Be that as It
may, tbe majority of Welshmen have
agreed to wear tbe leek as "an honor
able badge," and neither Saxon bsnter
cor tbe Indeflnltcness of tbe historical
data will avail to dislodge an ancient
and S national custom. Pall Mall Us
Foley Kii!ny l'i!!s eonlnin in ermrr-
tratil for"! n 'ici'd iff'''
r ' v i ' '
TAMED THE SAVAGE
A Kueky 6aleaman and Merehaat
WHs s Bad Qreeeh. ; -
A salesman for a carpet.house called
en the proprietor ef s big store. 'This
man had a reputation for eating sales
men alive.", After, several nnsuccessful
attempts to see bis man the "salesman
decided to use desperate means ta get
to him. He knew that the man must
buy a bill or goods, for tie knew what
stock he was carrying and knew, that
he must lay In a supply for the open
ing ofths season. !'Y' '
In the afternoon ne "called St the
store and deliberately walked Into the
owner's private ; office and. placed a
card on hU desk. The storekeeper did
sot look tip from his papers for several
minutes. Then he turned savagely on
"Who fat Bant Hill let yon InT r left
orders to bare you throwd out It yon
came sgaln.r : i ? C
With that be threw the card savagely
In the waatebasket v The salesman
drew another from bis- pocket: and
placed It on' the desk where the first
had been. Without looking np from his
work the buyer threw that In the
waatebasket , The salesman threw;
down two or three ether cards . with
the same, result, :Snd , finally, almost
purple with rage, the merchant turned
on him:' . " ' ' .
"Well, well, well, what Is ltr
"I was Just thinking," said the sales
man, "that If every man your salesmen
called od was such an Infernal, Igno
rant, no account grouch as you are
what cussed few orders they would
book and bow quickly yon would go
out of business. That's all, sir; good
byv" . . . .. --i
"Hold on there a minute," broke In
the grouch In s much changed tone.
"1 guess 1 owe you an apology. lou're
right Let's see yonr line." Book
keeper. , 'i . .v-yy: vi...; : ' i
ron NMSUMATISM KIOMBYS AM D SUM1
Here's another thing we can't under
stand. They tell ns that one can see
further with the telescope than with
tbe naked eye. In the next breath
they' remark that the telescope brings
everything nearer. Cleveland Plato
A RELIABL MEDICINE NOT
Mrs. F. Marti, St Joe, Mich., say I:
"Our little boy contracted a severe
bronchial trouble and as the doctor's
medicine did not cure him..' I gave him
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound in
which I have great faith. It cured the
cough as well as the choking and gag
ging spells, and he got well in a short
time. Foley's uoney ana ier com
pound has many timet saved ns much
trouble and we are never without it in
the hodse."-F. S. Duffy.
Llnoelai'a Comparison. -"Lincoln's
very best story,", said s
Washington correspondent "concerned
the office seekers and tbe distribution
of patronage that continually bothered
him at the Whits House during, the
war. One' day, st the height of the
war, Lincoln paused In the midst, of a
cabinet wrangle over certain political
Jobs snd said: 'V y - .i
'Uentlemea. do you know what we
are like? We are like the man who
was busy letting cheap rooms at the
bsck of his bouse while the front was
on fire.' .'',"- ;
. l ! 11 ;;
'. ." Inseota,
AU Insects can walk In proportion to
their slse much faster than an express
train can travel. ' - :
,v'. Yt -; .
Constipation brings many ailments in
its train and is the primary cause of
much sickness. Keep your bowelareg
ular madam, and you will escape many
of tbe ailments to which women are
subject "Constipation ia a Very simple
thing, but like many simple things it
may lead to serious . consequences.
Nature often needs a little assistance
sod when I Chamberlain's Tablets ere
given st the nrst indication, much
distress and suffering may be avoided.
sold by an oeaiers. . .i
' ,r .The Modern Way.
"Tea; I had ten children, They aU
grew up aod married off."
" "I suppose It Is lonesome now st
homer s y" y - ' '
"Oh, no. Every once In awhile one
of them gets a divorce and wanders
back." Louisville Courier-JonrnaL :
. GIVES AID 10 STRIKERS.
Sometimes liver, kidneys and bowels
seem to go on a strik and refuse to work
right. Then you needs those pleasant
little strike-breakers-ur. lung's New
Life Pills to give them naiuralaid and
gently compel proper action. Excellent
health soons follows. Try them. 26e at
all druggists. ... y
- ' Cork Light
Freshly cut bark of the cork tree
when heated gives off a gas that ess
be used as an lllumlnant '
leaSw-'J Cd S-I..J '
fs4jeb g w a we w
many people are now uhLdj
Paxtloe TcIIct An'JieplIc
Th new toilet gArmlclde powder to be
dissolved In vr Kter aa neeileiL .
For all toilet and byglrnio naee It is
better and more economical.
To cleanse and whiten the c "X,
teeth, remove tartar and f 1
provrnt dcy. . i
To dUinfeet the month, if ! !
atroy di-K-s- grruia, and i
purify tho brmUi. - )
To knepartifi. ial WOi and
To rrmove Blcolinrt from the t -h fcu l
purifv tlm l.r "i sfw-r s.-ii"! '?.
To rrailtrn'e y i a I L '7
p ' t bv f
SALE OF VALUABLE LAND. ,
Br vbtM of aa oAarof th esnrt of baak-
roteyiatlMBUtUr of WJ Moor bankrupt. I
Vinson to tha hichMt Mddw for oaah. at tin
Porioflka door in OrMntal. Pamlico- oraatr North
CvoUjm. at Vi o'clock at, oa Thunday, tholltk.
day of Mar. Bit. all that otrUln raot or pareal
of laad altoata ia PamUso county. North Caro
Uaa, a ahort diitaaoa North of Ortontal bonndod
oa Uaa Bart by thaHarcatt rood. u tho South
by tho A. F. aUdyatt laad and oa too wait ht tho
Jordaalaad. , Batnc tho auna aiortsaaod by W.J.
Moors to Mary aUdyatt aad duly rofntarod ia the
co of tho Resiator of Doada of Pamlico county.
to which rof oroncs ia horoby uado. and contain-
iaconahondnd (100) acraa, laoroor kaa, ,
Thia 10th, day of April A. D, I9IL
... , " GEORGE T. FARNEIX.
- - Traatoo ia Bankruptcy of W. J. Moore.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
- PROPERTY. '
By virtue of the power contained in
the Deed of Trust executed to the under
(signed, on the 24th, day of January 1910
Dy a. u. uiinert and Margaret Gilbert,
ki miii 4., I.. l ,1.. K
uw nils, wu uuiy milium iu kiic uiiiuv
of the Register of Detds of Craven
county, m. U. in book 180. Daee 109.
because of default made in.'the payment
of the indebtedness thereby secured and
Dy the request ol tbe holder of the bonds
reptesenting such indebedtness, I wit)
sell for cash to tbe highes bidder at the
mill site of the mill of S. C. Gilbert.
near Cove City, N. C, at the hour of
12 o'clock m. on Monday the 8th, day
oi may, mi, an tne loiiowing describ
ed property to-wit: -...
One 40 horse Ladell boiler, one 60
hosre power Casey & Hedge boiler, one
ou none power Atlas engine, one Amer
ican edger, two swinging cut off saws,
complete, one blacksmith shop equip
ment, tools, fan etc, one logging ma
chine, all of which is subject to the lien
neia new by tbe froiucera - Lumber
ixwnpany also one lb 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-
xey, wnich is subject to the lien of E
H. Hodges and the lien of the Produc.
ers Lumber Company, also all the rail
road and tram road equipment, includ
ing rails' and machinery and tools of
every kind and all the tools, tauinment
machinery and property of every kind
usea in ana arouna tne mill or said s.
U uiiaert situate near Cove City, N.
C. not hereinbefore specifically - men
tioned, all of which is subject to the
lien of tbe Producers Lumber Comoanv
Said property being all tbe nersonaltv
owned by said Gilbert in said county of
This 4th, day of April 1911.'
R, A. NUNN,
IN RE MOSELY CREEK DRAINAGE
, North Carolina.
Before W. If. Watson, C. S. C.
k ; SJaawamaaaeaa
In Tbe Superior Court.
: ' NOTICE OF HEARING.
To all Penoaa and Partly Coneerned in The
Above Entitled Proceedings of the Drainage Dia-
trlefc-Take Hotie-. ' r
. That the Board of Viewer heretofore appointed
ia wtd proceeding tat tbe Moooly. Creak Drain
ace District, after the eatabliahnent of said Dfav
Met, at the hearinc of the preliminary report
of aald Board of Viewers by this court, hair tat
tled thatr Saal report la accordance with chapter
44. Un ol 190ft, wUh tho Cowt, tocetherwiUi
map, kerete. proftieo, claesinoatioa at hi
estimate of coot, plane aad specincatioaa and
expenaea of each eorvoy and report; and said
board of . viewers having on auch survey
and , elaaaiaeatioa " of lands found ' that
the timber interest aa the lands of the Weat
estate will be benefited by such drainage, and
ha ring claitiftad tbe rame. which said timber in
terest are owned by J. W.Stewart: ''
Therefore, be Herdand that the (aid final re
port, having beea snamlned aad found by the
court 'a be la doe form and ia accordance with
the law. the same ia hereby accepted, -
Ordered farther that all persona and parties
concerned in the above entitled preoedinga ap
pear before me at my office ia tbe city of Mew
Bora ea Monday the 17th. day of April 1UI. at
Li o'clock, a. m.. for the final hearing of the final
report of the Board of Viewers of thoMoasly
Creek Drainage District.
Ordered further, that J. W. Stewart, the own
er of the Umber Interest aforesaid, be ear
with summons, together with a copy of thia
notice, to show cause, if any be have, why be
made a party to this proceeding and said timber
interest claasiOed and brought in said drainage
district, ia aceordaaee with the report of the said
Board of Viewers filed In the said cause.
And this notice shall be glreo by -publication
for two aaeeeaelve weeks m tho New B'-ra Jour
nal aad eeted at the Court House door aad five
eonspicaous places within the drainage district.
Aad bateusaliw all each persons are notified
that I will hear, asasfctsr and Baas upoa the said
art of said Viewers, and will hoar and
aad determine any objections that may be raised
Tblanataayaf March ItU. 1
f W, M. WATSON.
' Clerk Superior Court Craven County.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE SALE QF
REAL ESTATE, ;
Under aad by vh-tue at the power of sale con
tained ia that certain asortgage deed executed by
ioasph Beningtoa aad Sarah Harrington, his
wife, ta B, P. Dinklne KMs, day of Jaauary. 1901
which aurtgage deed it recorded la the office of
the register of dsedi of Craven county In book
ISO. peg eW, the said nurigage deed and tbe
debt thmshj secured having beea duly transferr
ed a the andersigned and default la the payment
of the debt thereby secured having bsa made,
the aadereignsd wLXea atoaday the 24th, day of
April, 1S1L at twelve o'clock as st the county
eeurt bouse door la Mew Bora, N. O. offer for
sale Um hiaheet bidder for each, all the follow,
hsf described real aetata. o-wlt
A eertala piece er peroal ef land adjoining the
lands ef Enoch Harris, WUlkua Loire and B. F.
Dinklne and others: bounded and described aa
follows- Ikying, situate and being la' No. 1
sowaehip, Cravea aoaaty, N. C. and beginning
la the old line and rune with said lino north tl
woet M poles; then sooth TTesst la poles to
Clay Biaaeh; then with said branch: toCalrln
Joynore oianoi; thea with Jornar's line south S .
west 28 poise to Enoch Harris' corner, then with
Harris tins north St east M polee to the corner;
then Berth t, aest S9 poUe to another of hie
nraersi than with his line aortk 21 east 22 poles
to another of U arris' eermnr; then with Ilsrrie'
line aorta a west n pukta to Harris crjrner;
tl.en with Harris' line norlh Tt west I poire to
tls begtonlng, containing 61 srrs. more Of less.
Thiarkd dsof Krch.l il.
I "AT I'YKIKfl.
A?aoe of a id sr.?
A. )".' 1.
This Fertile Florida Region Is an Old
- J:: - y Mountain Tap.
One of the strange facts about the
Everglades region of -Florida Is that It
Is really a decayed mountain top. The
crest Is formed of massive limestone,
usually covered by a mantis of sand.
In this formation are numberless pot
holes which vary In slse from a few
feet to thousands of acres; -also count
less lakes of fresh water springs and
frequent subterranean, streams, and
pools. vYY?': - ;y, ly--':
A few miles north of Caps Sable Is
an outcrop of limestone which projects
to Lake Okeechobee. In this outcrop
is an extensive shallow basin extend
ing. 130 miles north and south and
about seventy .miles east snd. west,
while the altitude of Its rim Is twelve
feet above 'mean tide In Btscayne bay
and a little less' above the guLf of
Mexico. ' y ' . -.-' .. "' '
This rim is from three to twelve
miles from ' the ocean edge of the
coastal plain on the east and a" dis
tance of. fifty miles from the gulf on
tbe west So far as explored it ex
tends all kround the edge bf the basin,
forming a complete cup. As a result
of the weatber and flowing water the
run bas been worn Into , fantastic
shapes. ' The depth of the basin varies.
from a foot at the rim to as much as
twelve feet In places, but generally the
rock floor Is from a depth of one to six
feet ----"7 y-'n;-;-' --
And here is the secret of the fertility
of the Everglades. Above the entire
rock floor rises s layer of muck, fornK
ed of an alluvial deposit and of de-!
cayed vegetable, matter. This deposit
vanes from a few incnes to several
feet In thickness. Tbe water covering
this deposit comes from springs that
in turn have their source In the lake.
Cs Baler's Magaslne.
- George Sand, ....
It was from Leonard Jules Bandeau,
the celebrated French novelist and
dramatist born at Aubusson a century
agOr-that ; another .and far greater
writer derived her nom de: guerre.
When a young student In' Paris Ban
dean made the acquaintance of Mme.
Dudevant and during a short lived
friendship they collaborated In a novel,
"Rose et Blanche," wblcb was pub
llsbed In 1831, Then they parted, but
Mme. Dudevant while relipqnlshlng
Bandeau's friendship, took to herself a
portion of bis name and elected to be
known thenceforth as George Sand
ra II Mall Gazette.
CAS TOR I A
Must Bs Serious.
: "And I , can't He on either side,"
walled a : legal patient continuing
symptoms of Illness. 1 -
"Great heavens!" exclaimed the doc
tor. . Y .' ., ..' , -
"Is it very serious, doctor?" asked
the leeat' rmfient aailmixltf, : . "fa
"Oh. no; not very, but It Is tbe first
time 1 ever met a lawyer who could
not He on either slde.'VStray Stories.
. DO GHOSTS HAUNT SWAMPS t
No, never. Its foolishness to fear a fan
cied evil, when there are real and dead
ly perils to guard against in swamps
and marshes, bayous, and low lands.
These are the malaria germs that cauce
ague, chilis and lever, weakness, aches
in the bones Snd muscles snd fay in
duce deadly ty phoid.- But Electric Bit
ters destroys and casts out these vici
ous germ from the blood. - "Three bot
tles drove al tbe malaria from my sys-
N. C., "and I've had flne health ever
since." Use this safe, sure remedy On
ly, 50c at all druggists.. , i
Deadly Prussia Acid. -
Prusslc acid Is so deadly that even
the smell at the acid produces pain In
the throat and -In the. region of the
heart There are-: few poisons for
which there Is. such .little opportunity
for sn antidote. . If there Is time-Hind
there seldom . is. for the poison Is al
most Instantaneous ammonia Inhaled
very freely may give relief and reduce
the sbsolnte certainty of death to a
grave probability. , ..- :, '
AVERTS AWFUL TRAGEDY.
' Timelv advice given Mrs. C Willougb
by, of Marengo, Wis.. (R.. Nr. 1) pre
vented a dreadful tragedy and savrd
two lives. Doctors bad said ber fright
ful cough was a " consumption couch
ard could do little to help her. After
many remedies failed, her sunt urged her
to take Dr. King's New Discovervj "I
have been using it for snme time," she
wrote "and the awful cooeh has almost
? ore. It also saved my In tie boy when
aken with a severe bronchial trouble."
This matchless medicine has no equal
lor throat and lung trouble; . fries 60c
and $1.00. Trial bottle tree. Guaran
teed by all druggists, i h '--.' . . .
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. Pinohas All Round, y
Bhe My new gown ta Just lovely.
It's a perfect lit He-Batlsfled on that
point eht 8be-Yes. J know lfrs
good fit because It pinches me so. Hs
Well, It doesn't plncb yoa kalf as
much as t does my pocketbook. Phll:
adelphla Press; , y 1. . '
' When a medicine must be given to
young children it should be pleasant to
take.. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
made from loaf sugir, and the roots
used in its-preparation give it a flavor
similar to maple syrup' making It
nlcasnnt to take. It haa m superior
For colds, croup and whooping cough.
For sale by all dealers, '
Vary Vivid. .
"In descriptive writing." said William
Desn ITo wells at a dinner at the Au
thors', club In New York, "a vivid
phrase Is slwsys betn-r ilmo a half
doen paragraphs. The vivid phrase la
what every wrltor shoulj swk a
phrnfie, I mean, something like tlint of
the bfthy tlint slioiitcd to lis mother,
Tii, pismn.ii, t:itn an' goo tue nn
a I ui- i' I . !"
3.00 $3.50 $4.00
"".Why not begin ; today
X and give W; L. Doug
- ? las Shoes a trial? You
"s will certainly get more ;
style, comfort and set-
vice for tht. money
y than . can be obtained .
Si LI PM AN
. . .:.-;--.; - . ' - -; ,;"V
Cor. S. Front and Middle St. ' '
. 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 far as a
pound sliced in the old time way.
CALL AND LET US SHOW YOU
U P XD1ICTI
ii. u. rtniyiainuii
Phone 174 r Middle St.
Prescriptions ' from all
physicians, Quickly and Ac
Also a full line of Choice
Toilet articles. ,'
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i .i in
lew evens, B. C
Big Mammoth Soji Beans, -Field
Peas bf all kinds, Oat,
Hay, Corn; Brand, Ship Stuff
5eet Pulp, Distillers Grain
which is the highest in Pro-.
teids Qf any feed sold on this
market, and . produces milk
in quantities, Alfalfa horsa
BURRUS & CO.
il 33 Middle St New Bern, N. O.
Phone 184. -
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