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CHARLES L. 8TIYIXS,
EDITOR AND PROPBMTOR.
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W. C, as second-class matter.
New Bern, N. C. July, 18. 1911.
Fair and just criticism of Sena
tor Simmons, public position on
reciprocity at Washington, and
his state position in the last poli
tical campaign, o the question
of lumber being on the free list,
can only be had, by ignoring the
matter of North Carolina politics
n the state senatorial issue, as it
ni;iv concern Senator Simmons, as
candidate, Separate the actural
Sriiator with his political record
iitmi the possible Senatorial can
didate of I ;1 'J, and there need be
l.slt her confusion nor mix up, and
1 !u- senior Senator of North Caro-
iiaa will only need the intelligent
consideration of his home people, j
lor them to thoughtfully follow
his speeches defining his public
vole on all questions, to find that
his democratic toga is in no way a
Senator Simmons is opposed to
1 lie reciprocity bill, because of its
unfairness to certain farming in
1 1 -rests which will place their
products on the free list, and place
tliem under a tariff burden, as
consumers. Just why the Senator
should lie hounded to vot for this
.Republican measure, regardless of
all consideration, can only be an
swered by those pursuing such a
course. To post Senator Simmons
as being the sole campaigner for
"free lumber" in the last state
campaign provokes a laugh down
tin's way. On the stump and in
private the following declaration
Hsued by the Democratic state
executive committee, was impress
el on every interested lumber
duller and the entire lumber in
terests, regardless of party.
"Thoy (lumbermen) may rest assur
ed that the Democrats would not put
lumber on the free list, it being
Southern product, unless there should
l.i- coupled with it the placing upon the
free liat of all articles entering into
competition with trust-controlled ar
ticles as their platform demands, and
which would tend to largely cheapen
the expenses of the manufacturer of
It was a promise sacredly made
that involved not any one senator
or Congressman, any particular
fpeakcr,but every one concerned in
furthering democratic interests in
this Eastern North Carolina. There
was political reason in this, and
also the practical business reason,
iu the refusal to place North
Carolina lumber on the free list,
at the same time making every
thing entering into the manufac
ture of lumber have a tariff pro
tection to the loss of the lumber
instcrrtts of this state.
If.Senator Simmons stands guil
ty of politically repudiating the
platform adopted at Denver, then
' he has a large following, for the
Journal with other democratic
: newspapers, and a host of speak
ers, not to mention the thousands
of plaiu every day democratic
voters, must also plead guilty in
faithfully. following the decree is
sued by the State - Democratic
Executive Committee. .'
SI2LF MAD 13 PLAGUES, i
Individuals suffer from plagues
' and communities are plagued, and
there are exclamations of astonish
ment over the afflictions, as being
from the Evil One. History tells
of persons being severely dealt
with, as being possessed of the
devil, because of some physical
disease that mado them a terror to
their neighbors. Many a town
and city has beeu doomed to de-
v;v tatioii through some plague
t', ,1.1 "-.t roved those staying and
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has hcen
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
f2?J J?-, sonal tsuncrvlsion since its infancy.
CCUM a How no mm to dceiv tou in this.
All Counterfeits, imitations and 44 Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle-with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment-.
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute lor Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Jfarcotlo
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverish ness. It cures' IMarrhu-a and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Const ipatiou
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach Olid Itowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Rears the Sipnatrire of
The Kind You Have
Use For Over 3U Years
TMC CENTAUR COMPANY, 7 MURRAY STRCCT. NFW YORK CITY.
now reveals the causes that devel
oped the effects of these stricken
peoples. Ignorance of natural laws,
indifference to divine laws, point
the way to the source ot liuiivnm
al and community plagues. The
personal refusal to live rightly
marks the beginning to wide spread
trouble. That no one lives for him
self or herself alone, is seen every
day. The carelsssness of one means
fire that destroys both the careless
one and surrounding property.
Kelusal to observe sanitary taws is
a crime and outrage that well gov
erned communities punish. " ith
the close daily, even hourly coin
munication between towns and
cities, the plague of one can la
made the plague of many, there
fore the necessitv to enforce the
law upon the individual of right'
and cleanly livitg, that through
failure of such living there be
opened no way to wide spread d is-1
aster. The clean premises, the
destruction of every Hy aid mos
quito breeding source arc health
demands, easy to carry out, and
carefully carried out mean com
munity safety. Every household
well ordered in its clean bill of
health, means a clean community,
and so from community to commu
nity there are established state and
national safe guards to preserve
health, by first keeping away ev
ery source that may first lead to
sickness or disease.
$100 REWARD. $100.
The readers of this paper will he
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only poeitive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being o
constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting direct
ly upon the blood and mucous surface?
of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
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constitution and assisting nature in do
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Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
S. G. Pearse, of Milwaukee, was
elected president of the National Edu
cation Association at San Francisco.
Thirty-three persons were killed in a
battle at Puebla, Mexico.
Womea of the highest type,
women of superior education and
refinement whose discernment
and judgment fire weight and
fore to tleir pinions, highly
praise the wonderful corrective
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berlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
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been made under his per-
Notice ot Election.
Whereasj one fourth of the freehold-
era of number eight township, having
certified their intention to apply to the
Hoard of Trustees of the county Farm
Life School located in, the Eight Town
ship, and whereas, the said one fourth
of the freeholders of said number eight
township, presented a petition to this
I'.oard, asking that an Election be held
in Number Eight. Township at the reg
ular polling places in said Township, on
Saturday July 2:i 1911, under and by
virtue of section 9, chapter 84 of the
laws of 1911, for the purpose of voting
a thirty year bond issue, in the sum of
twenty five thousand ($25,000,00) dol
lars, of said Eight Township, Craven
County Bonds, bearing 5 per cent in
terest, and for levying and collecting
on all the taxable property and polls in
said Township, sufficient to provide for
the paymenl of the interest on said
! ,),,n,ls- ani1 creating a sinking fund for
. t. . . i r L -
of offering the same UDder the provis
ions of section 9, at aforesaid, to the
said Trustees of the County Farm Life
Provided said County Farm
Life School be located in the Eight
Township. Now therefore; it is hereby
ordered that an Election be called and
held in Number Eight Township, Cra
ven county, at the regular polling pla
ces in said Township on Saturday July
22 1911, during the hours on said day as
prescribed by the general law govern
ing State and County Elections. The
said Election shall be conducted in all
other repects under the provisions of
the general law governing general
Elections. A new registration in said
Township is hereby called, to be had in
said Township under the provisions of
the general law governing new regis
trations, at which Election those favor
ing the issuing of said Township Bonds
and the levying and collecting of such
a tax for such a purpose, shall vote a
ballot on which shall be written or
printed the words "For County Farm
Life School," and those opposed shall
vote a ballot on which shall be written
or printed the words "Against County
Farm Life School," Ordered further
that for the purpose of holding such
Election, the following are hereby ap
pointed Registrars and I'ollholdert, at
the regular polling places whieh are as
First Ward At the City Hall. Reg
strar Abe Lee, Pullbolders, J. B. Hill,
Second Ward At the Court House,
Registrar C. K. Hancock, Pollholders,
Walter Fulford, Jesse Pope.
Third Ward At Atlantic Engine
House, Registrar, C. W. Bell Pollhold
ers J. D. McKoy, D. W. Basnight.
Fourth Ward -At Fourth Ward Fire
Company's House.' Registrar Alex Mc
Lacklao, Pollholders J. F. Henderson,
W. F. Gilbert,
Bern Precinct At 6th, Ward Hosa
Reel Headquarters. Registrar; J. H.
Stanley, Pollholders B. F. Dukes, E.
Peech Grove-Registrar J. B. French,
Pollholders Daniel Lane, K. McKeel
Gum Rowe Registrar J. Wilcox.
Pollholders B. B. Scott, D. F. Atkin
Tisdalea Registrar, W. F. Crockett.
Pollholders J, T. Shute, Carter Tis-
At the close of said Election the
Registrars and Pollholders of the First,
the Second, the Third, the Fourth
Warde, Bern Precinct, Beech Grove,
Gum Rowe and Tisdales No. Eight
Township shall certify the returns of
said Election to the Board of County
Commissioners, at the meeting .of said
Board to be held on the First. Monday
in AugUBt 1911, In August 191L In the
same manner and governed by the same
laws and such election officers are re
quired to certify election returns for
any general election. :
S. II. FOWLER,
1 Our Colored Subscribers 1
CRAVEN COUNTY TEACHERS' AS
SOCIATION AND SUMMER NOR
; MAL SCHOOL.
BY REV. B. H. SAWYER, JR. ,
The colored teachers of Craven coun
ty, N, C, met in their regular annual
session at the West street graded school
building, Monday, July 3rd, 1911, at 9
o'clock a, m. and continued daily until
Friday July 14th, 1911.;
The register shows that 77 teachers
were in attendance; some, came from
adjoining counties. There were quite
a number of experienced teachers pres
ent, as well as the young, from various
Institutions of this and other states.
The Institute was conducted by our
own countyprof easors, and tbey taught
as though they had been trained at the
feet of Gamaliel. Indeed, they are pre
pared teachers and are at the heads of
the leading institutions for the educa
tion of colored people in this part of
the state; in short tbey are teachers of
the first rank, and are concerned for
the uplift of the people of this section
of the State and the nation.
The list of teachers are as follows:
Rev. William Sutton, D. D., 1 resi
dent of the Eastern North Carolina I.
Academy; Prof! J. T. Barber, A. B..
Principal city graded school colored,
Rev. A. L. E. Wveka, President -New
Bern Collegiate Industrial Institute,
New Bern. These were ably aseisted
by Prof. A W. Weatherington. M. D.
Frazell, C. R. Coward and others.
All of the teachers seemed to be de
lighted with the benefits received du
ring the two weeks, so much so that
they decided to hire the principals to
teach one week longer. This will bring
us up to the county examination Fri
day the 21st.
The following named were elected on
Friday the 14th for the ensuing biennial
Rev. William Sutton, A. M. D. D.,
Rev. C. R. Coward -Vice President.
Prof. J. T. Barber Secretary.
Mrs. Annie Weeks Treasurer.
Rev. R, H. Sawyer, Jr., Reporter
. Executive Board Rev. Wm. Sutton,
Prof, J. T. Barber, O. W. Coward, Rev.
A. L. E. Weeks. M. D. Frszell, Rev.
Alexander Hill and J. L. Cooke.
The teachers are highly pleased at
the election of Hon. S. M. Brinson for
another term, they look upon him as
being deeply interested in the uplift of
all the people of the State. , v .
Strange that we are willing to for
give people for changing their opinions
only when they do so to espouse our
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Since the advent of the short skirts
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the courage to write about woman's
lovely neck and ankles.
SAVES TWO LIVES.
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. JULY 18, 1911.
Norfolk Southern Railrad will operate
excursion from points on the Beaufort
Division to Norfolk and return July 18,
tickets limited to five days from date
of sale returning on regular trains.
Rrates from all points on Beaufort Di
vision and Oriental . Branch including
New Bern will be 13.00 round trip, from
Washington J2.50. For further Infor
mation apply to T. E Bennett, Union
Ticket Aget, or
W. WYCROJCTNO; G. P. A.
The prince of Wales was . invested
with the Insignia in his office in the cas
tle of Carnarvon.
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Bond Xlftcttoa farm Lite School No.
Whereas, one-fourth of the free-holders
of No. 7 township having ceitified
their Intention to apply to the Board of
Trustees of the County Farm Life
School to have the said school located
in the seventh township; .-'
And whereas, the said one-fourth of
the free-holders of No. 7 township',
presented a petition to this Board, ask
in; that an election be held in No. 7
township, at the regular polling places
in said Township, on Saturday, August
5th, 1911, for the purpose of voting a
thirty year bond issue in the sum of
$10,000.00 of said No. 7 township, Cra
ven county, bonds - bearing 5 per cent
interest, and for levying and collecting
on all the taxable property and polls in
said township, sufficient to provide for
the payment of interest on said bonds
andcreatng a sinking fund, for the
payment thereof, for the purpose of
offering the same under the provisions
of section 9, as aforesaid, to the f aid
Trustees of the County Farm Life
School, provided said County Farm Life
School be located in the seventh town
Ntfw Therefore, it is hereby ordered
that an election be called and held in
No. 7 township. Craven county, at the
regular polling places in said township.
on Saturday Aug. 5th, 1911, during the
boura on said day as prescribed by the
general laws governing new registra
tions, at which election those favoring
the issuing of said township bonds, and
the leving and collecting of such a tax
for said purpose shall yote a ballot on
which shall be written or printed the
"For County Farm Life Schools,"
and those opposed, sha'l vote a ballot
on which shall be written or printed the
words. "Against County Farm Life
Ordered Further, that for the purpose
of holding such elections, Mr. H. C.
Wood ie hereby appointed Registrar,
and Messrs. J. W. Conner and J. A
Miller are hereby appointed poll-hold
era. At the close of said election, the
Registrar and Poll-holders shall certify
the returns ot said election to the
Board of County Commissioners, at
their nex,t regular meeting after said
election, in the same manner' and gov
erned by the said laws as such election
officers are requested to certify election
returns in any general election.
By order of the Board, this July 3rd,
S. H. FOWLER,
Clerk Board of County Com
Bond election Farm Life
Whereas, one-fourth of the free
holders of No. 1 Township having certi
fled their intention, to apply to the
Board of Trustees of the County Farm
Life School, to have the said school lo
cated in No, one township. , '
And Whereas, the said one-fourth of
the free-holders of said No. one town
ship, presented a petition to this board
asking that an election be held m No.or
township, on Friday, August 4 th, 1911
under and by virtue of Section 9, Chap
ter 84, Laws of 1911, for the purpose of
voting a , thirty year bond issue in the
sum of ten thousand dollars of said No.
one township, Craven county bonds
bearing 5 per cent interest, and for
levy lag and collecting on all the taxable
property and polls in said township suf
ficient to provide for the payment of
interest thereof, for the purpose of of
eriog the same under the provisions of
section 9. as foresaid, to the said
Trustees of the County Farm Life
School, provided said County Farm Life
School be located in No. one township.
Now Therefore, it-is hereby ordered
that an election becallei and, held in
No. one township, Craven county,
the regular polling places in said town
ship on Friday, August 4tb, 1911, dur
ing the hours on said day as prescribed
by the general lawa governing new
registrations, at which election those
favoring the issuing of such a tax foi
said purpose, shall vote a ballot.
which shall be written or printed the
'For County Farm Life School'and those
opposed shall vote a ballot on which
shall be written or printed the words
"Against County Farm Life Schools,
Ordered further, that for the purpose
of holding such elections, the following
were appointed Registrars and Poll
holders, to-wit:. '
Vanceboro Precinct-H. C Butler,
Registrar, and McRay Dink ins and A,
R, Waitford. Poli-holdera. - ,
Maple Cypress Precinct-M. F. Al-
drldge. Registrar, E. F, Adams, J. W,
Huff, Poll-holders. . : :
- At the close of said election, the
Reglatara and poll-holders shall certify
the ; returns of said election to the
Board of County . Commissioners
their next regular meeting after said
election, in the same manner and gov
erned by the said laws as such election
officers are requested to certify returns
in any general election. '
By order of the Board,' this July .3rd.
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. 8. H. FOWLER.
. Clerk Board of Commissioners,
For summer diarrhoea in children al
ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and-ewstor oil,
aod a speedy cure is certaio. For sale
by all dealers.
Twe Sets af Musolea,
Ton bare two sets of muscles the
cuter ones, which you can feel, aud
the Inner enea, which are your lungs.
heart, stomach and other Internal or
gaos. Tbe outer ones are couven-
tancee for performing actions. Tbe
Inner ones are your life the "fate"
which makes you happy or dpreaHcL
powerful or weak, OHtsful or the con
t v. These Inner uiuacies requin
t ' ' -. J-r t like sny oilier iinitcli h
NOTICI TO BOX BXNTEKS.
. Bill (form 1538) is placed in your box
to tell you that your box rent it due on
the- last day of the quarter, and to show
you the amount of rent to be paid on or
before the last day of the quarter. Yon
will therefore bring your (form 153S)
and have it receipted when you call to
pay your rent. It is not a matter of
discretion with me as to closing your
box if the rent is not paid, but the gov
ernment : demands, that I shall close
them. - : . - 5. ;. tf ..:.. ' j ....
. - , J. S. BASNIGHT, P. M. ,
The following are rales of the De
partment governing the - use of rented
boxes l am now giving for the benefit
of the patrons of this office;
The use of boxes is restricted to one
individual, family, firm, or corporation
except in such cases as are spec tried in
this section. An individual tenting a
box may have placed therein-:
1 Mail addressed to himself. '
2 Mail addressed to a visitor abiding
with him.TJ: " '
3 Mail addressed to his care or the
number of his box by persons who wish
im to take care of it for them tempo
4 Mail addressed to members of his
family. , -1
5 Mail addressed to bis servants or
other employees who abide in his house.
6 Mail addressed to his confidential or
official employees not abiding with him.
7 Mail addressed to a relative or otrP"
er person who permanently in his house
as do the members of his family. A
boarder in a family is not a member of
the family. A renter of separate apart
ments in the house with a family or a
person who maintains a separate table
is not a member of the family.
13 A person after having " attained
majority is a member of bis parents or
guardians family so long as he contin
ues to abide within the domicile of his
parents or guardian as a member of his
family and does not engage many bust
ness or avocation separate and apart
from that of his parent or gua-dian
though himself. tbe head of a family
provided his family also abides with
that of his parent or guardian Bubject
to the eame conditions
14 A person having attained his ma
jority and living in a house rented from
his father or in separate apartments of
the house occupied by his father's fam
ily is no longer a member of bis fath
15 The mail of permanent boarders
at a hotel or boarding home must not
be placed in the box rented by the pro
prietor thereof; whether assigned for
the use of himself and family only, or
for the general use of his hotel, but the
mail of a guest or transient boarder,
when a1dre.ed to the number of the
house or the name of the hotel if not
delivered hy carrier should be placed in
tbe box assigned to the use of such ho
tel or the proprietor thereof:
16 A firm renting a box may have
1 All mail addressed to its name.
2 Mail addressed to its official em
3 By the consent of all members of a
firm, every member thereof may have
mail addressed to himself or members
of his family deposited in the box as
signed to its use.
17 Corporations renting a box or
drawer may have placed therein only (
1 Mail addressed to its name.
2 Mail 'addressed to its officers by
their official titles.
J. S. BASNIGHT, P. M.
New Bern, N. C, June 15th, 1911.
HELP FOR THOSE WHO .HAVE r
STOMACH TROUBLE. " :
After doctoring for about twelve fears
for a bad stomach trouble, and tj end
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wife one box of Chamberlain's Stomach
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much good that she continued to uue
them, and they have dime her more
good than all of the medicine I bought
before. Samuel Boyer, Folsom, Iowa.
This medicine is for sale by all Dealers,
Samples free. .
- Eve'yn Arthur See, founder of "ab
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go of the adiktion of Mildred Bridges.
: FOR FLETCHER'S
- Aviator Atwood (lew in an aeroplane
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and played' a numiier of thrilling
pranks. - 1 -
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along. -1 am the proudest girl in Lin
coln to find such a good medicine.'. For
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' River, Mud and Lava.'
Tbe mud moved by rivers and lavs
discharged by volcanoes are great fac
tors In transforming the face tbe
earth year by year. . The- Ganges, In
India, earrlua down every year aa
much mud as would make sixty of tbe
great pyramids of Rgypt and which,
It were brought In ships, would requlr
2,000 full ulied merchant vessel
laden with the mud to sail down the
Ganges every day. The eruption of
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In 1783 produced a torrent of lava
ninety miles luv length, from seven to
fifteen miles broad and at places 000
feet deep, s ninae e.ual to Mont Blanc,
the grentont mouutiiln In the Alps. -Loulavllle
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An Inland Route, Protected from Storm. -Nine
Feet of Water Minimum Depth
Quick Transit ior Tramc, Prompt .
Towing and Freight Movement -
FosUoIIh, towing and freight rates
apply at office in Seaboard Bank BuilJj
ing and at Deep Creek Lock, Vs,
M. K. King, Pres. J. A. V:.':-,tx
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New Berne Weekly Journal (New Bern, N.C.)
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