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THE IVEtKLY JUUaHAL
EstahUabee: 1878 .
r-oUshed to Two Sectiona, everj
Tuesday and Friday, at Journal Bullo-r-a
st-SO Craven Street.
CHAKLES im 8TXTXSS,
EDITOR AND PROPBIITOR.
Official Paper oC New Bern ano
Craven County. "t-.. V ' TA '''J''
Two Months., i. .V .. .V ..I 5
Three Months.. .. 81
ftx Months.. .. .. .. .'..
walva Month.. .. .. . LOO
ONLT IN ADVANCE.
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advance hula. Subscribers will re
ceive notice of expiration of their aub-
viDtlona BOfi an immediate reeponae
to notice wu d appreciated by the
Advertising ratea tarnished upon
appUcatlon at the office, or upon tn
mlrr by mal
ntetd at the Poatotflee. New Bern.
N. C, a eeeond-elase matter.
New Bern, N. C. April, 28. 1911.
I tlmilH F77T777TTT7T7T,i..m I
DEMAND FOR KNOWL
EDGE OF PUBLIC J-FFAIKS
The decision by the trustees of
Princeton College to establish a
Viair ni Pnhlift Affairs, is one of
the notable signs of this progress
ive educational age. The engage
merit as professor for this chair of
ex-Mayor McClellan of New York
city, is the guarantee that this
department of Princeton College
will be well taken care of.
The increase in size of this gov
ernment, the increase of municipal
ities in the amount of matters com
mitted to the charge of their offi
HON. WHITEHEAD KLUTTZ
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
twss and Rrorf nnt.ilnsneittw
NOT Pi ARC OTIC.
ness andLoss of Sleep.
FacSimil Signature of
Bears the JU
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
thi otMTvm nn, new o city.
builds factories, and the money
that spreads Christianity is money
.im,, mnr everv that is given for that purpose
' .. , l There is too much, with due
vear, that individual Dusiuess ca '
' :L0fi.aBter nl. father apology to our correspondent,
imuiuy io c. v- -
J ..... . ... Jstaudmer on the street corners
than political mgeuuiiy nu mo
watching autos speeding by, look
POUS , : 4. V,n( 1 llrrnviiirr
tk m' m noor at the colleee ,u8 " wuu,cv a "6
, iwnac ine mouev suuiit ui uiuw.
man Has cnauged to au age wmru - -
nrr,,,lH tin if Dmtf FnT nrhltrlh
i Minn is rlo. 1 "ulu u" oivuu .v. &
eUUCaiilUU i" cvcijr wus I nt i it ..
. .u Hf o,l nw me way wiieie iraiuia "u
.niwo that be obtained, and the money will
is as necessary as the college that ' .
shall prepare men to serve me - . . .
Kiruirau umw" t , . r
... Or lUHILrilHlLUl as LUU VilBC .IUiv uc
in great corporations, in munici ...
l A nl,nmint: nffiPPS l" ,"""ou" 6
Pill, StilVC IUIU cuiiiumvu. T ,
F JL ,ki; ffiM ehantable purposes. In the be
ine lilniuvu ui f"v ..... , . .
, Mw.e ginning is the chance to get mon
inose ior acbuai una""""" - ,
men are needed who shall be men ' . r r
- -tV. . UUIj lCb lb cell CUIUS, well, ill lk KU.
tallv equipped and more, with a"u" v " 5' f'
fhm.,rh nu ana try lor some money inau is
KUUWIl-UECi4Uw v"fe" f lei- -a. U . i il
I lsirklririf-v frr i f a vifrhr. rlnrA A nil
tical management as now taught '-r:3
Prpsident George Washington,
with hts cabinet of five Secretaries State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
r Hfofo TWiHiirv. War. Postmass Lucas County, ss.
W. rf, ,
tr P.P.,Pral and Attorney General, "ans j. vueuejr ujukcs uUl ma-
l. i.-4. v i.. o yA he is senior partner of the firm of F.
no douui iciii fcuai) - .
, . . n J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
of men fully capable to meet all r . . Stfttt
wants of the gfivernment in ita ev- . fln . ... -d flrm wiL
ery department, loday rresiuens f QNE IIUNDrED
Taft, with his cabinet, having the nfU T ARS . , d
same Secretaries as the first Pres o catarri, tnat Jannot be cured bj
dent, .has in addition, secretaries the use o naU8 Catarrh Cure,
of Interior, Navy, Agriculture, FRANK J. CflENEY
and Commerce and Labor, and the Sworn to before me and subsenb-
time is not distant when this coun ed in my presence this Gib day of
trtr must, have more Secretaries of December, A D. 1886
a' t (Seal) A.W.GLEASON.
UCLI(4 uulliUR. I
m . .,- inm-ona nor envern- nail B laiorru luib s ibi lino.
. . u mah tn man UU11V, BI1U UKIB uiiociu uu m
wvi nnr nutuaiM i.iim n iiiunu & vj tuv u - -
. ' , . vaa nf and mucous surfaces of the system,
fullv equipped to take charge on .
uiij tu.p-. o , i gj toatiranninlH free.
nublic affairs. The civil service .
establishment, hated by politicians
Why the Cuckoo Builds No Nait
A Danish legend about the cuckoo la
very curious. It relates that when In
the early spring time its voice Is first
beard in the woods every village girl
kisses her hand and asks the question,
"Cuckoo, cuckoo, when shall 1 be mar
ried?" And every bid person, borne
down with age and rheumatism, asks,
"Cuckoo, cuckoo, when shall I be re
leased from this world's cares?" The
bird in reply continues to sing
"cuckoo," and as many times as be
sings they count one year to the ful
fillment of (heir desires. It Is said that
the poor bird has so many questions
put to her that before she realizes It
the building season has gone by and
she is forced to put her eggs Into the
hedge sparrow's nest.
Hon. WbiUhead Klutla baa tha fol
lowing .to aa in rafarenca to' what
Rowan county Raaorder'a-Court baa
dona: ; ."- f;::S f .4L "
"I uka nlaaaura In saving: that the
Rowan county . Coort has worked wU
and has given gaaaral satisfaction. Be
fore tha court was established our civil
docket waaaoa'ef th most- congested
in the State, and it took tw years at
ter iasuintr summana to rach a caaa for
trial (Craven county is in the same fix
todavI..'.We.bae two jfaeKa at. super
ior court, the fitat-eek being for the
trial nf eriminaL and .the second week
civil eauea, and the criminal ;caea fre-,
quently took brsctically the anurawo
weeks and court would adjourn at limes
without reaching the civil cases at all.
Now we get through with tha criminal
docket alwavs tha Qrst week and fre
quently in three days or even leas. Tte
civil action can 1M ? tried n a year ai
most and we are shortening .the time
constantly. I will add that figares can
not adequately express the economy af
fected bv tha success of this court
They cannot teJJ the atory of the sav
ing in jail fee where a defendant gets
an immediate trial instead or staying in
3 months, for instance, nor can they
express the convenience to witnesses of
getting a case off in a day instead of
waiting around a week, aa was oiten
the case before, r Tha fines collected by
this court bava bten.on the whole larg
er than those collect by the Superior
Court in like casea. It has i always
seemed to ma these courts with their
larva inrisdiction. shiuld be COUntV
courts, with records kept in the court
house, and likewise that they should be
uniformed throughout the State.
CLEMENT MANLY'S ENDORSE
county;- ?v.V'' '
."It Elves speed f trial of all small ea
ses, buth criminal and civil, thereby re
lieving the dockets at the regulaV courts
great saving to the county, aa a I ca
ses ate tried at once, Bavin? j til costs
aur iall baa had its d?ore thrown open
manv times aa we bad no nriaowra. The
court la very popular here with both
the bar and the citixens of ine. coun
SAVED THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS.
Jamea W. Smith, Mayor of Bethaven,
N n aafre in reference to What the
- . - .
people of Belhaven think of the Re
corder's Court there.
. "They think the very highest of it,
in fact if the court had to ba ratified
fbv submitting it to the vote of the peo
m . .
pie again, I am sure there would not be
an opposing VOte. It has done consid-
table towards relieving the congestion
nf the annerior court docket of this
county. In a financial way the court
has aaved the county several thousands
of dollars, it has alao saved the people
of our district considerable expense and
time, on account of the fact that here
tofore they had to attend superior court
as witnesses in some little frivolous case
and nossibly bad to stay there for three
or four days and often times a week
where now the Recorder s Coart has
verv nearlv nut an end to our' people
having to attend superior courf, that is
in criminal cases.
FOR EJAOKAOHB KIOMSVS ANO BkADOBS)
"Our babv cries for Chanberlain'i
Pnh Romprlv " writps Mrs. T. B
Kendrick. Kasaca, ua. "u is ine Desi
cough remedy on the market for coughs
colds and croup. For sale by all deal
who lost their strength thereby,
was demanded if government af
fairs were to be capably carried
on. Ana so in ine greas pihh"
F. J. CHENEY & CO.Joledo, 0
Sold by all Druggists, 7oc.
Take nail's Family Pills for con
He Was Just Thinking. "
"Mnrr." snid n mnn to his spouse,
who was gifted with a rapidly moving
tongue, "did you ever hear tbe atory
of the precious gems?"
"No." she replied. . "What is ltT :
"It's a fairy legend that my granfl'
mother told me when I was n boy,"
the husband continued. "It was about
a woman from whose lips fell a dla
mond or a ruby at every word she
"Well?" said bis wife as be pause.
"That's all there Is of It. my dear.'
be replied. "But I was Just thinking
If such things happened nowadays I
could make my fortune as a jeweler.
Mr. Clement Manly, of Winston-Sa
lem. who for years was a resident of
New Hern, writes aa follows in regard
to what the Recorder's Court has done
for Forsyth county;
"I nresume it is unnecessary to say
anything in regard to its establishment
as a great help in the administration of
justice. Formerly such ? eonrts were
likely unnecessary,, but now with our
increased DODulation in towns. ' It is ab
solutely essential .(hat men have a spee
dy hearing of their: eases, ,, and not be
made tot suffer for the charge for any
rtr,o-th rff time without trial. As a great
saving in a financial way, it,has proved
quite remarkable. The court is the
creature of tha city, and therefore. k
takes from tbe county the expense of
trying large preponderance or crime,
by the employment of a solicitor, to
whom we oav S5U or S75 per. month.and
the charging of a $2 solicitor fee in each
case, tha receipts have paid tbe entire
expenses bf the court and polka force;
and its results also show that tbe fines
going to the school fund nnder the con
stitutional provisions nave not oeen uo-
creastd. So in every respect, .it', baa
proved quite a good thing, . The judge
end Solicitor of the court are good Jaw
yers and are clean, upright fellowa, and
have the confidence af the community
and tha court has the confidence of tha
community.' '-' ! ' ' '
GRAND JURIES FAVORED RECOR
' DER'S COURT. . ' ;
The Federal Court in Portland. Ore..
..niniHil atAtet and na decided in favor of the Government in
Ul biuav, uiiuvi j " i , , ... q
a.. i ii. : mmino' when HHBwer w uiw ucmuuoi u u i
tional, the time 18 coming wnea
. i i i AhAil ha nor. 1 r "
tne seeKer a wanuw dum w
nnai inhritv. caDacitv and equip
ai"w " '-'o I. w I
ment for the dtities, rather tnan CONDUCTOR HELPED BACK
the uaage oi somo pouuiu j. jq yyoRK.
Mr. WilfoVd Adams is his name, and
I. . . Wm . ,
ine wni'l. 1 wu conuneu iu "ijr ireu
VOT THAT KIND OF MONET, with chronic rheumatism snd used two
' I ooiues oi roipy n.iuiiy iwiikuj w i.u
A correspondent writes: "What good effect. The third bottle put me on
4!1 1 4V AAe.lyl hn I HIT STCfc HIIU aV ICOUHi "vm ,w...-w
a flue, luausinai iuau wu. tor on the Lexireton. Kv.. Street Rail
in Vonr Tlorn if thel Tf rln nil vou claim ill cases
nnn . , . 01,4 i,a.i n of rheumatism " It clears the blood of
160,000 paid in for autos bad been uricaci4F g Duffy.
paid in US Viw) :vuv w l - 7
f. " I Two American! were arrested in Ja
uunwiai '"" . I t
ThA Journal will 887. yes, "If" pan lor pnoiograpmng m mauru ...
and the "if 'stands for the fact Mutation
that not one dollar of the 160,000
auto money is the kind of money
that would build any kind of in
Every once In a while the cry
goes up "if the money spent for
theatres could be given, to the
church, how many people could be
saved I'' Or "if men would not use
tobacco but give the same mortey
for forcian ' missions, how many
heathen could be taught the Bi
This is a world of possibilities.
There are ifs on every side, but
the entire lot are not worth while
exclaiming over. 'Iheatre money
...a 4,,i,..,. nwmev will no more
. . . i t I. -1 1 1 ontn
1 f ' r'- . Vh VT Tit!
Win n mpHininp miiflt. Ha crivsn a
vAiino nViilrlroti it ahnni hit nlAflannt tk
take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
. i . . , . .
maae irom loai sugar, ana me roots
used in its preparation give it a. flavor
nimilar tn mnnlp nvrun' mftkinir It
pleasant to take. It has no superior
for colds, croup ana wnooping cougn
Tl 1 1 1 J 1
r suie uy mi ueu.e. o.
Francisco I. Madero. Jr.. called Dr,
Gomez from Washington to participate
in the peace negotiations.
Women of the liehert type,
women of superior education and
refinement, wrote discernment
and judgment give weight and
force to their -opinions, highly
praise the, wonderful corrective
and corativt properties of Qum-
lerlain'i Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. Hron;hoBt the many stages
of woman's life, from girlhood,
tLrcr; tLe ordeals of mother"
Izzi t3 the izcl'J.?.i years, there
ij r J i f r er rcre rt!'al:e rned-
v C ' ' VsTf" 'art
Constipation brings many ailments in
ifa train and ifl trtA nrimnrv imiiui nf
much sickness. Keep your bo we Is reg
ular maaam, ana you win escape many
of the ailments to which "women are
aiihippt rVtnatinfttinn la verv aimrtta
thing, but Tike many simple things, it
may leaa to serious . consequences.
MarnrA AftAn riApHn A little ftfleiiitJinrA
and when Chamberlain's Tablets are
given at the first indication, much
distress and suffering may be avoided
sola Dy an aeaiers. , .
' Burled In Secret.
Two ancient kings were burled In se
cret Attila, king of the Huns, after
bis siege tt - Home, died in Hungary
A. D. 453. His soldiers, oesirous oi
giving their great leader a right royal
hnrial. inclosed bis boar Lrst in
rnsket of cold, this In one of sliver and
this In one of lead, and transported It
into a desert There slaves were se
lected, and unSer the direction ef meo
who were sworn to secrecy tney aua
the crave of the dead monarch. When
this was accomplished no traces of tbe
pot were left rhe siavea were au
crnellv slain. : "
Alarie. kins of tbe Goths, tne cele
brated conqueror of Rome, died when
with his army at Coxenis, soutn itaiy.
nia men turned tbe course or a river.
Interred the body of their sovereign,
with much treasure, in its oea ana
restored the stream to Its channel.
No man has ever llchted on tbe rest
Ing place of either of these kings, who
In this respect resemble Moses, of
whom It is written, "No man kaowetb
of bis sepulcher unto this day."
FOR CONSTIPATION. .
' Mr. L. H. Franham, a prominent
drnRgist of Spirit Lake,'' Iowa, nays:
''Chamberlain's Stomach an J LiverTeh-
lets are certainly the bent thing on. the
market for constipation. uive thwee
tiililts a trial. Vou areeeriain to find
t ,..ti i. ti.!i,t end plfOHBnt in eir.ot.
.i .:S--Jn .i; ..v Jr-
It is the constant endeavor - of the officers of
this bank td satisfy its depositors by , combining
liberal treatment with prompt, courteous and e(-
ficient service, thus affording a relationship be--tween
the institution and its cuhtomtrs which is. '
mutually profitable. . ...'
We have every modern facility for the transac-
tion bf any financial affairs. ' v
iaTUti iriniiiv ii i m
MR. GROVES EXPLAINS.
Several taxpayers having spoken lo
ma about the calculations and figures
appearing in the, several unsigned ar
ticles published in the New Bern Jour
nal and other sources recently for The
Recorder's Court and they having the
wrong impression that I had made some
of the calculations, an explanation on
my part becomes necessary
I will state, that: with the exception
of the amount published as having been
paid by the county curing the year
1910, which was taken from the public
records and is as follows:
Fees paid witnesses $
. " Magistrates 8th.
Feeding prisoners in jnil
That the balance of the estimates and
costs are entirely the production of the
author of the articles, and 1 never saw
them until published in the paper,
Sometime ago Mr. J. L. Williams
came in the office and at bis request got
the abive figures of tbe costs paid by
the county for 1910 as Itemized above
from the public records in the office
and which can be had by any one who
wishes tbem. The above figures include
tbe cost of the extra term of the crimi
nal court which was held in March 1910
H. M. GROVES,
I m . J 41 . . - i.j . em
1 I J
PBMTBPTI III i III I T " tu " ' WW"B
Uncle Sam I
with his estimated seventy-.?
five million population can not
make a better selection in case
of war, than you can to make
your selection from our stock
of Hand-made "Buggies and
Carriages. , Come to see us .
Yours to please,
G. S. Waters & Sons
BROAD STREET NEW BERN, N. C.
Detective William J. Burns, working . ,,.H Wn thA tw.is onen and cravent the Dolsons of undlirest-d
Aiilka rloiumUA PnNA PTiUUHl Another 1 j- ..-.. ..,.,-. ,.
VM s J 4 i irUlU IJCtU 111111 JfWUI iciue ' '
DIIVIIUUIs. IVIIUOS ee. v.v, I a sew y we . . " V - -s- r " -
ieuaote ana 01 a pteasani. nrumuuc ibsuv vcivu nets u uwhtci, ?3 wm 9 vu uv
stomach and bowels, and Is of tne greatest possible eflicacy tn constipation, inaigesaon,
miuuTiiii-a- iiDuuauici iv v mi kvuiiiuvuiviivvi vms j , v
TheoDDonenta of the establishment
of the Recorder's Court say ; that nphe
I.. . a. f it
of the country people ravor una pin,
however, the grand juries for tbe t eo
ruary term, 1911, and October, 1910
maa th4 fnlloain-.recommendations
"SV a' would recommend, if wlthlnour
province, a Recorder' Court, belleymg
that It would, save the county many
thousands of dollars to tax payers.?:
WILLIAM B. BLADES,;'
1 '.''-". , Foreman.
Tbe October term 1910, made the fol
"We aUo would recommend that
Recorder's Court ba Inaugurated for
Craven county, believing that it would
save the tax payers many' thousands of
dollars, court costs etc. '
' Respectfully submitted, .
O. H. PERRY,
n. ku in raiul turUa tharei ware
only eight men Trom tbe fcignlfi town
shin. - r'".
Twenty-eight of these men were from
tha country, ; . .
REASONS FOR THIS COURT.
A few reasons why wa should have a
Recorder's Oourt; ..-.
Bnav men from all Darts of the coun
,try will not have to bang atound the
coyrt house one solid week aa witnesses
In nettv misdemeanors: busy men will
pot have to serve on the grand Jury
more than two days; there will beprac
ticallv no Driseners lo ; jalL The 'Re
corder's Court gives a speedy trial. The
fallow who is out oa bond and whose
ease is continued from court to coort
because jail eases must ba tried first
will be tried. The court gives civil In
riidiction ud to $500, "There are over
twa hundred civil eases oa the superior
court docket now. nd a party bringing
suit will have to wait over two years to
ret to a trial. ' The Recorder's Court
illir've an immediate trial and cut
down t'.e superior court docket 60 per
cent flecord-w's'Tjourt will be pot only
slf-susUlulng, but will psy money in
to the town and county treasury.
2 017 50
1 737 65
HORSE INSURANCE PAYS.
"New Bern, N. C, April 17, 1911.
Mr. W. G. Boyd, City.
We bee to acknowledtre receiot of chee'e from you
for SI. 13.00 covcrim? one of our horses that died recently.
that was insured in the SOUTHERN LIVE STOCK INSUR
ANCE CO.MPAN of High Point, N. C , fon which accept
our thanks.' Wc have insured a number. of oui animals in
your Company and do not hesitate to recommend it.
(Signed) SCOTT & CO. ,
W. Q. BOYD, Agt
Elks Building, ' - Telephones; Office 400, Home 258.
DO GH08TS HAUNT SWAMPS?
No iur. Its fnoliehness to fear a fn
cied evil, when there are real and dead
ly perils to guard against in swamus
nA mirahna hnvoiiH. end low land.
Tk tha malaria arms that cause
ague, chills and fever, weakness, aches
in tbe bones ana muscles ana r-ay in'
duce deadly typhoid. But Electric Bit
im Htrnvi and caste out these Vlci
ous srerm from the blood. "Thee hot-
i lam mv an tnA malaria irom mv eve1
tem. wrote wm rretweu, or uiicama,
N r. "ami I've had fine health ever
since." Use this safe, sure remedy on
ly, ooc at an aruggisis.
Thirty-two' persons were killed ine
railroad wreck in Cape Colony. Union
of South Africa. .
n n t i
l RELIABL MEDICINE NOT
Mrs. P. Marti. St. Joe, Micb., says;
irw littla bo- contracted a severe
k--hial trouble and as the doctor's
medicine did not cure him, I gave him
Foley a Honey ana iar compeuna in
vhlch I have arreat faith. It cured the
unnh aa nil aa I ha ehokifl- and ffBlT-
ring apella, and he got well in a short
tune, roiey S noney mm iar viu-
ponnd bas many times saved us much
trAiihia and wa are never without it in
tbe bouse, "-K.S. uuny.
Th' New York. New Haven ar.d
Hartford Railroad assumed half of the
Boston and Albany Railroad's deficit,
Anothet shipment of that Famous Liggetts Chocolates received
- :' ; ... by express. . - r. .
" SATURDAY CANDY AT 29c PER POUND. ' ,'.
Anything in the Drug Line. ; Prescriptions Called for and
- ijeiiverefl. - - -: '
Gaston Drug Company
77i o $Q0& Sfor
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