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Tuesday and Friday, at Journal Build
but 66-60 Crarea StrMt
" CHABLES Ik 8T1TMS,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
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New Bern. N. C. May. 30. 191 L
THE EVIL OF CREDITS.
The tfvil of the credit system,
lies in its abuse. This abuse comes
through such sources as the dis
honesty of the person granted cred
it, or the weakness of the Bier-
chant who gives credit knowing
that the chances of losing exceed
those of beiDg paid.
It is the opinion of some state
newspapers, that North Carolina
is weak in the matter of having no
laws that will enable the collection
of bad debts, therefore the increase
of dishonesty, the making of dis
honest men, who first' gain credit
from one local merchant,1 then
when pressed for a settlement, be
come angry, refuse to pay any
thing, and go to some other mer
chant for what they want, seeking
a new" line of credit, or perhaps
paying cash, if their reputation is
known, though too many mer
chants will grant credit at first,
in order to secure a possible regu
The Journal has no objection
whatever to the enactment of state
laws that can be served upon
chronic and dishonest creditors,
and drive such into regular habits
or out of the state. Local organi
zations with black lists help some
to discourage the shifting creditor,
who has his "account" in every
store that will grant him the
chance to get goods without pay
ing for them, Yet there is the
check on such a person. . for no
merchant need be, in complete ig
norance of those who trade with
him. Even the first credit should
be in some degree assured, and
future credits granted based upon
knowledge, if the merchant is real
ly desirous of granting credit upon
a legitimate business basis. Is the
creditor on a salary or doing busi
ness himself! Is the well dressed
lady asking to have 'goods
"charged," known as to family or
personally T Granting the first
credit even in the loose way of
making no examination of the
would be customer in advance,
there need be only the first credit,
and if a shaky customer the loss
stopped right ia the beginuing,
The fact is there is too much grant
ing miscellaneous credits in North
Carolina, at least in this section,
which not inertly make-dishonest
men and women, but has its de
basing effects upon all trade. There
is sued a thing as a business credit
system, and this ia legitimate,
necessary and ' helpful to trade
interests. It is not based upon
statutes to maintain its integrity,
but established upon sound busi.
ness principles, such credit given
is practically as good, as a bond,
for men and women must be honest
to enjoy its benefits. ' - "
THE PBAYEE OF THE PUBLIC
President Taft's refusal to grant
clemency in favor of the two bank
era Walsh and Morse; now serving
terms in the penitentiary for mis
appropriating the funds of their
bauks, has excited national inter
est. The prominence of the two
oiTendcis, and their daring acts,
together with their trials and sen
truces, make their cases in all de
tails familiar public history. '
Kot least iu the matter, in tMs
! ( kins for Presidential a:: S:;t-ince
s. ; are the freedom for t'.dr r,;:-i
! s l..- t 11, o i. "' '
1 f r
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
La use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of v
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are hut
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
,lnlants and Children Experience against Experiment. .
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
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 Feverishness. 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 auvAys
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THI CINTAUH COMPANY, T- MURY STRICT, NCWrVORK CITY. 1
for the originator of the petition,
only and that person's influence, in
whatever degree it may run, in
securing people to sign what is set
before them. Human tendency is
to quickly condemn, and nearly as
quickly to seek to lessen the pun
ishment that the law jusUy impo
ses. Take any criminal court,
watch the heated prosecution of
the Federal authorities in their ca
ses, as well as in the state courts,
and when the jury brings in the
verdict, there is almost a reversal
of sentiment all around. The law
has been vindicated, lets make the
sentence light as possible. And in
how many instances, almost before
the offender has reached the pen
itentiary, there is a petition being
circulated asking lor pardon, and
this signed by those wkjo would
have cursed jury, judge and court,
if the prisoner had been discharged
or given a minimum sentence.
With the inauguration of the pa
role system in Federal prisoi.s,
neither Walsh, Morse nor many,
others in these places of confine
ment, because ofthe appropria
tioh of other people's money, have
much to fear, unless their terms
are far beyond the usual modern
Catarrh Cannot be Cured.
with JUJCAli AiTI-CATIONS, as
they cannot reach the seat of the dis
ease. Catarrh is a blood or consti
rational disease, and in order to cure
it yon must take internal remedies.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces. Ball's Catarrh
Cure is not a quack medicine. It was
prescribed by one of the best phy
sicians in this country for years and
is a regular prescription. It ia com
posed of the best tonic known, com
bined with jthe best blood purifiers,
acting directly on the mucous sur
faces. The perfect combination of
the two ingredients is what produces
such wonderful results in euring ca
tarrh. Send for testimonials free.
T. J. CHENEY & C0.,Props,
V . J .Toledo, 0
Sold by druggists, price 75c
Take Haifa family pills for con-
ttipatioB. - - .
Contrary Misfortunes, ;
"Jiggsby certainly does bars' all
kinds of trouble."
"What IS the matter with ntmr
"Hi got himself an automobile, and
ft Mew up. Then be got an aero
"Wbat happened to tbatr
It blew down." Baltimore Ameri
can. ' '
i I in -
' . mm W ; ' '
V,1:t TLey V1 Da for You
11: tf will eur your backache,
, ii'.'..c3 your kidneys, cor
i .:i-arylrrc;ularitles, fcullJ
" ' 3 T":ra'cut tit sues, and
, i- , f vrij sci J
. . 'sir--'
for Fletcher's '
find has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy. . .
Allow no one to deceive you In this.
Old Wordsworth. '
Owen Wlster, the novelist, was talk'
lng In i Philadelphia about a poet
whose works sold poorly. " I
"Poets are usually without honor,'
be said. "Remember Wordsworth's
case. The great Wordsworth was in
the habit of spouting his poetry aloud
as be took his lonely walks. iThus he
polished and elaborated bis lines.
Thus. too. be got the reputation among
the Rydal lake folks of being a bit
"Well. John, what's the newer Hart
ley Coleridge once asked an old stone
breaker by the lake shore. :
"Why. nowt varra partlc'lar." the
etonebreaker replied "only old Words
worth's broken loose agin." -
FOR FLETCHER'S ,
CASTOR t A
The use of shotguns was hinted at
the meeting of the Norfolk county elec
BALKED AT COLD STEEL.
"I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot
off," said H. D. Ely, Bantam, Ohio,
"although a horrible ulcer had been the
plague of my life for four years. In
stead I used Bucklen's Arnica1 Salve,
and my foot was soon completely
cured. Heals Burns, - Boils, '- Sores,
Bruises, Eczema. Pimples. Corns. Sur
est-Pile cure. 25c at all druggist.
Easy Enough. '
Just before the capture of savannah
General Logan, with two or three of
bis staff, entered the depot at Chicago
to take the cars cast on bis way to re
join his command. The general; being
a short distance In advance of the oth
ers, stepped on the steps of a car, but
was stopped by an Irishman with:
"Te can't go In there." " '
"Why notr asked the general
"Because them's a leddles' caer, and
no gentleman Ml be goln' in there with
out a leddy. There's wan sate In that
caer over there If yees want It.?. ..
"Yes," replied the general. i"I see
there Is one seat, but what shall I do
with my stafff - -
"Oh, yer staffP was the reply. "Go
take the sate and stick yer staff out of
STARTS MUCH TROUBLE. ;
If all people knew that reelect of con
itipation, yellow jaundice nr Virulent
liver trouble they would soon take Dr.
King's New Life Pills, and end it Its
the only safe way Best for bilhous-
ness, headache, dyspepsia, chills and
debility, 25c at all druggists. : ( ,
CsrrW 8ns!ls Load Their Backs With
- All 8orts of Refuse. ;
The carrier snail is to the sea wbat
the Junkman la to tbe land. It re
ceives its name from its habit of car
rying foreign objects oo its back.
Nothing comes ' amiss to the carrier
snail if It is not too big. Castoff shells
of small mollusks, bits of broken coral.
tiny " stones and even fragments ot
broken glass dropped overboard from
passing Teasels are cemented firmly to
tbe edges of tbe growing shell, toor Is
this curious creature sntlsfled l.wben
tbe shell is completely covered but
continpes to sdd to its collection by
fastening new pieces to tbe old ones
already piled apon its back until It Is
no longer able to move beneath Its bur
As It Is an Inhabitant of tropical wa
ters swarming with voracious ChO.
crabs, etc, there Is method In Its mad
ness. Its hungry enemies pass it by.
enable to distinguish it from tbe rocks
nd shells on tbe sra bottom. Some of
tbe snails show a preference for tiny
pebbles all of one shape end ennnl b'm.
others sccumulafe only shells of o
kind, and one picked op off the c t
Of Japan had Its portable house r 'r
ly roofed with glHHS. Ncv York l .
ELEPHANTS ', AS K'Jr.SIS. .
Children In India Often Cams) Par kf
-; " ; e Big Brut, . ,
It Is by no means uncommon la In
dia for the children of a mahout to be
eared for by - the mahout's slophanC
The whole family of . the mahout be
come, as it were, parasites to. the ele
phant by which they earn their living,
Instances are not wanting of a moth
er's systematic, placing of her baby In
an elephant's care and within reach of
Its , trunk while the : mothee goes .to
fetch water or to get wood or mate
rials to cook the family meaL ', t j V
No Jackal or wolf would be likely to
pick up and carry off a baby who. was
thus confided to the oe..of.an ele
phant, but most people Vho have lived
in the jungles know how Very possible
it Is for a Jackal or a wolf to carry off
a baby when. It ft jying in 'a' hut or
when the mother Is unprovided with
means to Oght off the marauder. . . .
Children thus brought up In the com
panionship - of . an elephant : become
ridiculously familiar with- the ' big
pachyderm and take all kind of liber
ties with tlm liberties which the ele
phant seems to endure on the principle
that It does not hurt him,,, while it
amuses the child. One may see a lit
tle native child, quite naked, about
two feet high, standing . on an ele
phant's bare back and taking it down
to the water to bathe, vociferating all
the time In most unbecoming terms of
native abusive language.' On arriving
at the water the elephant ostensibly
in obedience to the child's command,
lies down and enjoys himself, leaving
Just a portion of his body, like a small
island, above the water. Upon this
part of the elephant the chlUJ will
atand and shout, shouting all the more
If he has several companions of his
own age also in charge of elephants,
all wallowing In the water 'around
him. If the child should slip off his
Island the o'epbanfs trunk ; promptly
replaces him in safety.. These urchins
as they grow up become first mates to
mahouts and eventually arrive at the
dignity of being mahouts. New Xork
Press. , . .- .t-.
FOLEYi KIDNEY PILLS
POM HHSUMATMM KtBNavS AMD BLAbBBS
Investigation shows that Cashier
Gregory took f 3,200 of the money of
the Atlantie Coast Cine the night he
Is there anything in all this world that
is of more importance to you than good
digestion? Food must be eaten to sus
tain life and must be digested and con
verted into blood. When the digestion
fails the whole body suffers. Chamber
lain 'a Tableta are a rational and reliable
cure for indigestion. They increase the
now of bile, purify tbe blood, strength
en tbe stomach, and tone up tbe whole
digestive apparatus to a natural and
healthy action. For sale by all dealers.
The Louis Styles.
It was the French King Louis XX
who Invented gold Jace, and It was
Louis XIV. who ordered all the sUk
upholsteries of the palace done In
white with figures of gold and blue
and a touch of red. The loulslne silks
are named ..after him, and all, the
French kings -of the' name of Loula
have had their names brought down to
posterity through' the invention of
some article of dress, whether it be a
Louis Qulnse heel or a Louis Belts
coat, while to Louis Quatorxe belongs
the honor of a cuff and a hat.
WARNING TO RAILROAD MEN.
E. S. Bacon, 11 Bast St, Bath, Me.,
sends out this warning to railroaders;
"A conductor on the railroad my work
caused a chronic inflamation of the kid
neys, and 1 waa miserable and all played
out. A friend advised Foley Kidney
Pilla, and from the day I commenced
taking them I began to regain strength.
Tbe inflamation cleared and I am far
better than I have been for twenty
years. The weakness and ditzy spells
are a thing of the past and I highly rec
ommend Foley Kidney Pills.'' F. S.
Pawlflago In tha Kltohsit. ' '
Bugar Spoon tm one of those gold
fur spoons that get bonrln people's
mouths. Boiling Pin Too haven't got
anything on me In the wealth line.
I'm rolling In dough all t e time.
Bt. Louis O lobe-Democrat
, FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTOR I A-
But two er three witnesses remain to
be heard in the trial of Mayor Joel H.
Cutchin at Roanoke, - . .
DO YOU HA,VE THE RIGHT KIND
V OF HELP 7 v
Foley Kidney Pills furnish oa the
right kind of help to naturalise and re
move the poisons that eause backache,
and bladder ailments."-F. & Duffy.
Former President Dlae. ' of Mexico,
stole from the capital, bound for Vera
Crus to take a ship for Spain,
Foley Kidney Pilla take hold of your
system and help you to ria yourself of
your dragging backache, dull headache,
nervousness, impaired eyesight, snd all
the ilia resulting from the impaired ae
ttoa of your kidneys, and bladder. Re
member it is Foley Kidney Pills that do
this.-F. S. Duffy. ,
The estate of the . late United Ststes
Senators, B. Elklns ia appraised at
$4,035,298, . .
I r V m "
1 k J . "
Nortfc OsroUaa. Suparfcr Court
Cr County. . . Jaoa Tarm.
Cu-olins Brick Company Corpora Uoa '
First Baptist Church. Col Ineorpor- :
J. J. Cook. Albsrt Fislds.
-i ' i ' - - - l ' NOTICE
Anfiurtui lUynolcU. Barry hUo
kUo. Edward Wanner. Joseph
EtlMridceaad Georte Inland. '. V . .
Trustees and Americas Baptist,'
son siisuea Hociety, inoor- .
poratad ot New York.
The defendant. American Baptist Heme Mil
lion 8oeWty, Incorporated of Naw York, will take
notice that aa action entitled as a bore a-iet-O
i me need fat the Superior Court of Craven
County. North Caroline, to t orecioee -crtiran
si rea by tbe defendants shore named other than
aid American Baptilt Home Mi km Society on
real ssotssituatsd in Craven County. North Caro
lina, oa which said real eetate he aaid Anurican
Baptist Boom Mission Society, Incorporated of
New York, has a first Bortgase. And the said
defendant, American Baptist Home Mission So
ciety. Incorporated of New York, will take notice
its required to sppear at a term of the Superior
Court of said County to be held on the 14th Mon
day after the first Monday in March, 1911. it twins:
the 12th day of June Ult at the Court Houst of
said County iufijsw Bern, North Carolina, and
answer or demur to the complaint in said action
orthsplaintiirwill apply to the Court far the relief
demanded in said complaint.
Tbjatdsy'of Msy. 191U
'. ,W. M. WATSON.
: Clerk Superior Court.
Pursuant to a power of sals contained in that
certain mortsxe deed executed by L. P. Martin
and Abbis Martin his wife to Isaac H. Smith
bearlna- the date the U.day of Nov, 1907 the same
being recorded in the office of Becister of Deeds
of CraTsn county in book 168. paare 277, 1 will sell
at the court booss door in New Bern. N. C on
the Uth, day of June 1911 st the hour of 12 o'clock
M, to the hie-best bidder for cash, ail of the fol
low described real property an conyed in the
mortgage aforesaid, to-wit. One half of that cer
tain lot or parcel of land situated on the West
aide of Georg-e St and being the Southern half
of the lot sold to Mary Pander by Geo. H. White
see deed, also see Mary Pender's will for a more
full and perfect description, bounded asfollows
Eaat by George St. on the North by Matilda A.
Eeynolda: on the West by Sarah J. Bill and on
the South by J. W. Stewarts and being that part
of said land under fence, where we now Uts on
George St. in the city of New Bern. N. C.
New Bern, N. C May IS. 1SII,
ISAAC B. SMITH.
Pursuant to the power of sals contained in
that certain mortgage dead azeutsd by Eli:
Bow (unmarried) to Joseph L. Hshn, bearing
date of August 24th, 1908. and recorded in the
public records in office of Begister of Deeds for
Craven county in book No. 17S folk) 212. the un
deraigned wUl offer for sale and sell to the high
est bidder for cash at tbe court house door in
Naw Barn. N. Cm on Monday the 5th, day of June
1911. at the hourof It o'clock m. all of the follow-
ins described real estate as conveyed in said
mortgage to-wlt v , .
Two lots of land in that part of the city of
Now Barn, known as "BeizensteinvUie" aa plot
ted and recorded in office of register of deeds for
Crave county in book No; 106 folios 66 and 67
Said lots being situate on the west skis of Mil'
ler street adjoining the lot on which the 8tar of
Zkm Church is situated, and bearing' the num
ber twenty-two (22) and twenty-four (24) r
ipeetirely. according to said plot or plan.
This 2nd. day of May A. D-1911.
. J. L. BAHN.
, . , Mortsssss.
NOTICE OF SALE.
By virtus si the authority conferred upon the
nodersiirned by s certain contract entered into
bswssa Joseph L. Esha. and Laura J. Simmons.
for the lease and purchase of an interest in
eertsia lot or parcel of land, hereinafter describ
ed ia which said eon tract .the title to said land
was retained ay said Joseph U Hahn until the
purchase wonsT therefore was paid, inall. and
default bavins been mads in the payment of said
rant and purchase money as therein stipulated
for Its payment, and the aaid J. L. Haba being
folly empowered to take pnssesiion of said land
upon such defsuit sad to sell the same at public
or private sals, . , .
Now therefere la compliance with the term
and stipulations of said contract as eforasid. the
sadersia-ned will axposs for salejand sell at public
vsnduo to the highaet bidder for cash at the court
house door ia the city of New Bern. Craven Co. N
C at 12 o'clock M. on Monday the 6th, dsy of
June. 1911, the foliosrlnc asslsstate ia the city of
New Bern, bounded and deseribea as follows:
All of the dower interest of h4 aM Laura
J. Simmons fat and to foUowlnc land to-wiL That
eertsia kH sr parcel of land la tbetltyof New
Bern. N, C. beaianinsj at the corner of Pollock
SAi Joaes streets, snd the corner of lot Ne, 860.
and running thanes slong Jones street with the
Has of said lot IS feet; thanes wastwsrdly and
aarallel with PoUock street to the eastern tine of
lot No, Kb thsaas northwardly and parallel with
Jones street to Pollock street: tbeoce with Pollock
street to the beginnings . ,
This tad. day of May. I1L . ,
: - JOSEPH L, HAHN,
NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE'S SALE
, OF- REAL ESTATE. .
By sirtas of the power of sale contained ia the
awrtgage deed exeeuted by Laearua Dawson and
wife, Harriet Dawson, to W. H. Lodge ea the
liitk day of Dec, 1900. snd dully recorded in the
afpesof the Kesriatar of Deedaof Cnwea county
N.Cin book 1M. pass 122.' (which mortgage
dead, with the newer of sals therein contained
and the pmpaity thereby conveyed and the debt
thereby secured, was duly and la doe form sold
and assiansd and eonveyed by ss hutrament
la writing on the 10th dsy of December, 1S07, by
aaid W. & Loose to H. H. Procter, which assign
ment Is duly recorded la said office in booh IBT,
page 17) beeaoss of defsuit mads in the payment
of the todebtenees thereby secured the undersign
ed wUl sell for cash, at public auction, to the
highest bidder, at the Craven county court bouse
door laths eity of New Bern. N C. at the hour of
Ke'clock hUsa Monday the 29th, day of May.
1811. , '
AM that certain tract or parcel of land lying
and being situate In C raven County. N. C in
Ne, I township and adjolalng the lands of w. A.
E well and others and saors fully deer ri bed ss
follows: The first tract elao adjoining the lands
of the heirs of Ales Wilcox end the heirs of Jones
and containing fifty scree, more or leea: the eec
miA tract aljmiinf the Isnds of Caaaa ItrlifM
A Cssrdner (istlin and others snd containing
v(y arme, more or luea; both trewa lyhg
. uoua to each other end empoae one triu-x
i lb h are fiiPy A-wt4 In s d"ed dii I" h.
' m--tm '--r. I ). I.f W. U. LUs snd wife to
. I - e ia. h Is duly r- ori. d in the
i s r- m f rv.-n ('nun5y. N. C, Slid in
! ti f re f . ! d-r'i.i inn of an J Utnil, aii
, I 1 n - a trt o t t! ia r-.j '
seizes i.i; ;t':::::::i; --
The Way the Task and Bonue Syrtsm
y ,', Operates In a Fsctory.
The task s5d bonus system was In
troduced by me In tbe Bethlehem Steel
works in" 1801 as a means f affordrag
substantial justice to the employee,
while requiring him to conform to the
best interests of his employer, says a
writer In the Engineering Magaxlne.
The employee was not told In a gen
eral way "to ,do better," but bad a
definite' standard set for him and was
shown how to reach that standard, for
which he was awarded, compensation
In addition to his usual day's pay.
The system may be described In a
general . way a follows- A card la
made out showing In detail the beat
method we can devise of performing
each of the elementary operations on
any piece.' of work, specifying the
time needed for each of these opera
tions as determined by experiments.
The sum of these times is the, total
time needed to complete the piece of
work. : It a man follows tits Instruc
tions and accomplishes-, all the work
laid out for him as constituting his
proper task -tor the day, he is paid a
definite bonus In addition to bis day
fate which' he always gets.' It how
ever, at the end of the day be baa
failed to accomplish all the work laid
out be does not get hla. bonus, but
simply bis day rnte ' As tbe time for
each detail operation Is stated on the
Instruction card, the workman can con
tlnnnlly se whether he Is earning
bonus or not. If he"; finds any opera
tlon which be. cannot do in the time
set he must at once report to his
foreman, who must show him how to
do It or report to the man who made
out tbe instruction- card. ' If the latter
has made an error he must make out
a new instruction card, explaining the
proper method of working and allow
ing the proper, time." .If, however, the
lntsructor contends that the "work can
be done In the time set he must show
the workman how to do it
, FOR FLETCHER'S .
Tbe Monhonic Conference indoreed
the proposed arttrtrttiatu treaties wtlh
Eoglaod, Franr and ether countries,"
BILIOUSNESS AND CONSTIPATION
For years I wits troubled with bilious
ness and constipation, which made life
miserable for me. My appetite failed
me. i lost my usual lorce and vitality.
Pepsin preparations and cathartics only
made matters worse. I do not knowH
where I should have been today ' had I
not tried Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. . The tablets relieve the
ill feeling at once, strengthen the diges
tive functions, purify the stomach, liver
and blood, helping the sygtera to do its
work naturally. Mrs. Rosa Potts,
Birmingham, Ala. These tableta are
lor sale by all dealers ; , r ,v .
; - 8ealng the World. ; filr.'I,'
A new light on tbe servant question
la England is sued J Miss Loaue In
her book, 'The Common Orowtn." "I
asked," she says, none capable, steady
servant ot fle or six snd twenty why
the changed places ever year and by
what curious chance her mistresses all
lived so far from one another. ' She re
plied frankly, 'I Istwfo 'see tbe world,
and It's the ontwayxj can afford to
travel.' " .
SAVED MANY FROM DEATH.
W. L. Mock; of Mock, Ark, believed
he has saved many lives in his 25 years
or experience in i me crug ouBmess.
"What I always like to do,'f he writes,
"is to recommend Dr. King's New Dis
eovery for weak, sore lungs, harJ colds,
hoarseness, obstinate coughs, lagrippe,
eroup. asthma or otherxronchial ortec
tion, for I feel sure that a number of
my neighbors are alive and well today
because they took my advice to use it.
I honestly believe its tbe best throat ad
lung medicine I hat's made," ' Easy to
prove he's right. Gtt a trial bottle
free, or regular 60c. or $1.00 '-bottle.
(guaranteed by all druggists. - ; ..
( WBM f
His Three Questiens. '-- -
, 1H Just bet you Igars for the
crowd,". salcrne of a party of promi
nent men to one of the number who
was bragging of what be could do,
"that you cant answer. yes to any
three questions I ask you."
"Done," ssld the boasting one.
"Well, were yon ever in Jail J"
'' -Yes.- .
Were yon ever riectroeutedr
"YeS." ' :
"WUl yon pay 'for the cigars It I
loser Curtaln-New York World. :.
A 1'ATHER'S VENGEANCE,
would have fallan on any one who at
tacked the son of Peter Bondy, of Houth
Kock wood, Mich,,-but. be was power-
lews beiore attacks ot Kidney troublx,
"Doctors could not help him, "he wrote
"so at last we gave him Kifctric Hit
ters and he improved wonderfully from
taking six bottles, Its the beet Kidney
medioine I ever saw.". Backache, tiied
feeling, Nervousness, Loss ot Appetite
warn of Kidney trouble that may end
in droptty, diabetes or Bright disease,
Beware: Take Electric liitters and be
safe. Every bottle guaranteed... 50c at
all druggists. . ,
A Daa Wrk.
"1 caU It 'a good day's work that I
did today," a friend aaid to me yes
terday, snd of course J- asked him
what It was. , , ; .
"Well. be reeled, "1 put down a
linoleum, laid turd wood floor, put
down two carpets, puperod four rooms
jnd set up a atove."
I looked a blm lucredulously, when
he hastened to ntld, "In a doll's bouse,"
Boston Journal. .
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' I RA'iD
a. J aS a sol V U Kms
.-. Nice lot N. (1 Hams and
Shoulders at McDaniels, 41
Middle St, Also small Su
gar cured Pig Hams from 5
to 7 lbs. each, gieat big Cu
cumber Pickles' 15c dor.,
New pack . Fish, koe 10c
can, Fih Flakes 10 and 15c.
can, Fresh Fox River Print
Butter received fresh from
dairy by Express every cth
er day 34c. per lb., Pure
kettle rendered Lard 12Jc,
lb Tj. Have you ) tried Lord
Calvert Coffee? -
"TOURS FOR CASH ONLY
J. L. McDaniel
41 Middle St
o and ?.v;;.
I W. SHALLWOOD.
law stem, I. C -
Prescriptions from all
physicians,. Quickly and Ac
; Also a full line of Choice
Big Mammoth Soja Beans,
Field Peas of all kinds, Oat,
Hay, Corn, Brand, Ship Stuff
Beet! Pulp, Distillers' Grain
which is the highest in Pro
teids of anv feed sold on this
market, and produces milk
in quantities, Alfalfa horse
feed. - - ; ' ": '
4 j ,r,t!i
BURRUS & CO.
H 33 Middle St, New Bern, N. a
"'''"'"""..-'Phone 184. ' :
"AN EASY STEP" i-
is each step of any stairs that's built
of our lumber. It's easy, because the
stair builder doesn't have trouble In
building it. ' v
"EASY WORKING LUMBER'.' ; j
must be free of knots, properly cured,
and made at mill that uses latest im
proved machinery. ,
That applies to any and all lumber at
our yard. It's reliable snd no one can
under sell us.
We manufacture everything manu
factured by a mill work plant tut h si
Sah, pilots, Tursel Work etc. Try
us and save money.
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