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Tablet Has a Flavor All Its Own"
The Easiest Made And The
Most Delightful Dessert
This Hot Weather.
"NOTHING TO ADD
BUT HOT WATER."
"NO ARTIFICIAL IlAVORS USED.
LEMON, ORANGE, STRAWBERRY, RASPBERRf , BLACK CURRANT, VANILLA, ALMOND
WINE FLAVORS-PORT, SHERRY, MADEIRA.
JOc. a Pint Package
t SHDBT ASSIHB EVENTS
y" wxhussuy. '
Up to the present time Craven coun
ty is the only county in the State to
vote on the Farm Life School. The oth
er counties, Wake and Roberaon have
attempted to vote on this school but
evidently got a caae of "eoM feet" be
fore the event was pulled elf.
Yesterday morning the Baptist Sun
day school of Pollocksville, arrived in
this city on the steamer Howard for
the purpose of picnicking. After a walk
around the city, they went several
miles down the river and partook of a
delicious dinner. They then returned
to New Bern and spent several more
The Craven County Board of Equali
zation waa again in session yesterday
at the court house in this city for the
purpose of hearing complaints in regard
to the assessment of taxes in this coun
ty. So many complaints appeared be
fore the board during the day that
all. of the business was not concluded
and the Board took a recess until next
Mr. M. H. Sultan waa given a hear
ing before Justice of the Peace S. R.
Street yesterday afternoon on a war
sent charging him with trotting his
horse on Trent river bridga. After the
hearing of the -evidence the Magistrate
'deoided that there waa a doubt in hia
mind as to weather the defendant was
guilty and that he would give him the
benefit of the doubt and dismiss the
Yesterday morning a young colored
boy stepped on an electric light wire
that had broken and fallen to the
ground on Middle street and for a few
seconds there was an exhibit that
would have but any contortionist to
shame, The youngster was borefooted
and the shock deadened his foot ao that
he could not at once release it Finally,
however he succeeded in freeing him
self with but alight damage done to hia
this time what the approximate
crease of tax valuation will be.
The schooner Annie Farrow, Capt
Bumn, waa in port yesterday from
Hyde county with a cargo of oats which
was sold to local grain dealers.
Two cases were disposed of in the
Mayor's court yesterday afternoon.
both of (theae were of minor conse
quence and but a abort while was con
sumed in the session. -
' The mercury yesterday was several
degrees lower than on the previous
day. This condition was doubtless
caused by the heavy rain which fell on
the previous afternoon and evening, So
far however, the predicted 'cool wave"
' has not arrived in this locality,
St. Paul's Sunday school, of Goldsbo
' ro, will run an excursion trian from
that city to Washington, N. C, July 28
leaving at 7.30 a, m passing through
v New Bern at 9:46. The fare from here,
round trip is.75e and SLOO for points
between here and Kinston. ' A. T. Grif
I fin and T. C Etheridge are managers.
Last Monday afternoon Mrs. BurriD
' Casey, who Is under an indictment for
murder and who will be tried at the
1 next term of Craven County Superior
Court, was taken to Stewart's senitor
ium where within a few hours after
- her arrival she gave birth to a son. As
goon at the mother and child are phi si
cully able they will be returned to the
county jail where her husband is now
As the season advances, soft shell
craba are becoming scarcer. During
the past few days but very few ship
ments hrve been made from Morthead
City and Beaufort and Indications at
those places are that future shipments
will he equally small if not smaller.
The supply of hard shell crabs, however,
eHpeciully around thia port shows no
nljna of decrease as thousands of them
are leinsj caught each day.
At the next meeting of the Board of
Emial;; utli.n at the court house next
Monday the IJoard hopes to be able to
cuni !u,!? all of the buMinesa and finish
tnn i a urioiit of the property in this
c - 'y. At tte hint two meetings
:' .. v l-.i nvi;;y ColiUUHitS mauB
i ! . I ri wfi t ' i-r t
i I I t lac
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Two cases of disorderly coriduct were
disposed of in the police court yester
day afternoon. The defendants were
taxed with the costs of the cases and
dismissed from custody.
Watermelons can now be purchased
on the local market at prices ranging
all the way from 10 to 60 cents. Yes
terday morning,, several boat load? of
these delicacies were brought into port
and disposed of to local dealers who im
meniately placed them on sale.
Senator Overman has been asked to
secure 800 tents and equipment for the
Confederate soldiers who will encamp
at Wilmington on the 29th, and 30th.
A number of veterans from this city
and also all over this county have ex
pressed their intention of participating
in this encampment,
Although this is the dull season with
the lumber dealers, several boat loads
of the product have been shipped to
northern marketB during the past few
weeks by local mills. Eastern Carolina
lumber has gained for itself an envied
reputation all over the United States,
and it ia always in demand.
The police still have in their custody
the box of whiskey captured a few days
ago and which was consigned to Jim
White. They have been searching for
the consignee in order ta return hie
property and incidentally make a few
inquiries, but ao far have been unable
to locate this elusive son of Ham.
In different sections of the city it is
noticed Mat there ia a rank growth of
weeds. Income cases these weeds are
on private property and others are on
the streets. However, whether they
are or are not on individual property
they should be removed. Such places
are breeding places of disease germs
and are a menace te every one living in
If present conditions continue. Irish
potatoes will be aeling for $4.50 and
$5.00 per barrel instead of $3.60 and
$4.00. Wednesday one of the local gro
cera Dafprsaed taw eporter that sltho'
he had made every attempt to secure a
few barrels of these products he had
been nnsntceseful, and that he had
been compelled to order them from the
previously been vaccinated, we suggest
that all parents who have unvaccinated
children to send to school have such
children vaccinated during the vaca
tion, so that they will be well and rea
dy to enter school at its opening.
The reporter man received informa
tion yesterday from a reliable source
that the approaching theatrical season
at the Masonic Theatre would eclipse
all other seasons. About thirty-five
shows, all of which are the best tour
ing the South, will give performances
here during the season. These high-
class attractions will of course expect
patronage, and they should not be disappointed.
Mr. J. F. Rhodes, a farmer, living
near Riverdale. brought to this office
yesterday morning a specimen of
worm that is destroying much cotton in
that section. The insect shown the re
porter was about half an inch long and
perhaps three-eighths of an inch in cir
cumference. Mr. Rhodes stated that
the worm cuts the stalk almost in two.
Several specimens have been sent to
the State Agriculturist.
Since Messrs M. E. Whitehurst &
Company have remodled the interior of
their store on Pollock St.and added a new
stock of goods the entire appearance of
the place has l-een changed and they
now have one of the most complete and
modern stores of its kind in this section
of the State, Mr. Whitehurst stated
to the writer yesterday that 'they inten
ded putting in Block one of the most
complete lines of china goxls now on
the market and that they would carry
a large line of tin and enamel ware
in connection with their bookdepart-
A 8tranga Speolea of Deer. -
Just above the buffet In the dining
room of a Richmond house there
hangs a huge, finely mounted an tiered
head. Thia trophy ' t& ow"
hunting prowess la lasCeM so BroSy
to the well that the nstw)lfle; netk
seems to be coming rtgtt owl through
the ptat- when a 1KB boy from
the city saw this deeoratJoo for the
first time be eyed tt with considerable
curiosity and very evident uneasiness.
It looked almost too lifelike for com
fort Finally the youngster asked to
be excused and slipped from his chair,
eolnir Into the next room. He return
ed to the dining room flushed with
"What's the m'atter, Harryr asked
his host '
'1 wanted to see," explained the
child sheepishly. If that animal's legs
vera reallv as Ion as that or If be
were stanaing on aomeiuias u u
next room." Llpplncott's.
The Plates ' Aud Supports 'Are
Bent Upward. 18 Feet of
Haven, July 20th. With the berth
deck of the demolished battleship Maine
partly uncovered, workmen bave start
ed on a systematic search for the skel
etons of the remaining dead of the crew
whose bodies have reposed in the hulk
since the night the battleship was
The work of reeovenug the skeletons
will be difficult as the mud and marine
growth ia ao thick and heavy it will not
yield to hydraulic,' but will have to be
dug out with pick, shovel and rake, '
The scene of wreckage revea'ed, now
that the water has been pumped to the
13-foot level, is appalling. The entire
structure from "frame eighteen" for
ward is a, twisted mass of shattered
iteeL ." .'
It is known that the officials at work
on the wreck believe how it will be an
easy matter to prove that the initial ex
plosion waa an outside one. The frames
which supported the deck plating and
planking forward are bent upward, and
what ia believed to have been the flat
keel of the Maine ia curved, plainly, i
ii understood, from the effect of an
The engineers in charge of the work
started the laying of the foundations
for the cranes and derricks which are
to be used to remove the heavy por
tions of the wreck aire. They are also
inspecting the central bulkheads. If
the latter are intact they will be closed
and the after part of the wreck will be
floated and towed out of the harbor.
The cofferdam ia holding tight The
atone dumped to strengthen the leaky
portions has strengthened the structure
so there is now no apparent danger of
it collapsing. The work of getting out
of the mud. which how enshrouds the
entire wreckage, will prove most d'ffi
cult and more costly than was at first
M&iailMi 1Mb lito limine iF4
WHAT YOU SAVE, NOT WHAT YOU EARN V
HE following table shows how a bank . account with
this large, safe Trust Company will grow, if the de
positor saves a little money each day and deposits it
as soon as convenient at the bank: -
5c per day for 5 years
10c per day for 5 years
loc per day for 6 years
20c per day for 5 years
iffic per day for 6 years
30c per day for 5 yejra "'
40c per day for 5 years
60c per day for 5 years
75c per dav for 5, years
$1 00 per day for 6 years
! The above figures are based on 4 per cent compound interest,
the rate paid by this bank. " ' .
. ' , DEPOSITS ACCEPTED BY MAIL.
$ 100 00 .
403 6 i
, 604 60
- 605 40
1 009 00
1 513 60
2 018 00
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Built to Last
Easy to Start
POLLOCK, 1 D.
Bond Election Farm Lite School No.
Physician and Surgeon
168 Middle SL
New Bern, N. C
SWANSBORO, N. C.
All modern conveniences for bath
ing and inside fishing.
ULTON Mf'g. Go.
Doubtless no cit7 in the State has ai
few vacant houses aa New Bern. Yes
terday a gentleman was heard to re
mark that he had been searching for a
vaeaat house in a desirable locality for
the past two weeks, but had not yet
been successful in locating; one. Thia
condition does not exist only at certain'
times during; the year, but is the case
all the year around.
In view of the fact that it la, and
has for several years been, a require
ment of the board of truatees that all
children who enter school must have
RESULTED HOT AMISS
A Lenoir Lady, After Two Week)
Grinding Labor, Feels
Better Than Ever.
8 a. m. Lv. Swans boro Ar.
11:30 a. m. Ar. M. City Lv.
6:90 p. mi
2:00 p. ra.
Lenoir, N. C "I am not tired at an,
and am stouter than I have ever been,"
writes Mrs. Kate Waters, of Lenoir, N. C,
"although 1 have Just finished a two
weeks' wash. I lay my strength to
Cardui, the woman's tonic I have taken
a lot of tt and I can never praise it
enough for what It has done for me. I
can never thank you enough for the ad
vice you gave me, to take Cardui, for
since taking it I look so well and am
stout as a mule."
You are urged to take Cardui, that gen
tie. vegetable tonic, for weak women. Its
use will strengihen and build up your sys j return in any general election,
lem, relieve or prevent headache, back
ache and the ailments of weak women.
It will surely help you, as it has helped
$.?.-r.m!s of c." m, In the past 50 years.
V " " . It A'lvkon, Pit
4j I nil..
Bond Election Farm Life School No.
Whereas, one-fourth of the free-holders
of No. 7 township having certified
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 whereat, the anid one-fourth of
the freeholders of No. 7 township,
presented a petition to thia Board, ask
ing that an election be held in No. 7
township, at the regular polling places
in said Township, on Saturday, August
6th, 1911, for the purpose of voting a
thirty year bond issue in the aura of I
$10,000.00 of said No. 7 township, Cra-j
ven county, bonds bearing 6 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,
and creatng a sinking fund, for the
payment thereof, for the purpose of
offering the same under the provisions
of section 9, aa aforesaid, to the said
Trustees of the County Farm Life
School, provided said County Farm Life
School be located in the seventh town
ship. ( ;
Now Therefore, it is hereby ordered
that an election be called and held in
No. 7 township, Craven county, at the
retrular colling places in aaid township,
on Saturday Aug. 6th, 1911, during the
hours on said day as prescribed by the
general laws governing new registra
tions, at which election those favoring
the issuing of aaid township bonds, and I
the leving and collecting of such a tax !
for said purpose ahall vote a ballot on J
which shall be written or printed the i
For County Farm Life Schools,"
and fhose 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 auch elections, Mr. H. C
Wood is hereby appointed Registrar,
and Messrs. J. W. Conner and J, A.
Miller are hereby appointed poll-holders.
At the close of aaid election, the
Registrar and Poll-holders shall certify
the returns of said election to the
Board of . County Commissioners, at
their next regular meeting after1 said
election. In the same manner and gov
erned by the aaid laws as auch election.
officers are requested to certify election
By order of the Board, thia July 3rd,
S. II. FOWLER,
- Clerk Board of County Cor
Tt nun la the nioon
6'..Ua tn aa's I 'X
Whereas, one-fourth of the free
holders of No. 1 Township having certi
fied their intention to apply to the
Board of Trustees of the County Farm
Phone 710 1 Ring I 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 in No. ore
township, on Friday, August 4th, 1911,
under and by virtue of Section 9, Chap
ter 84, Laws os) 1911, for the purpose of
voting a thirty year bond issue in the
sum of ten thousand dollars of said No.
one township, Craven eounty bonds,
bearing 6 per cent interest, and for
levying and collecting on all the taxable
property and polls in said township suf
ficient to provide for the payment of
interest tt ereof, for the purpose of of-
ering the same under the provisions of
section 9, as aforesaid, to the said
Truatees 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 sn election be callel and held in
No. one township, Craven county, at
the regular polling places in aaid town
ship on Friday, August 4th, 1911, dur
ing the hours on said day as prescribed
by the general laws governing new
registrations, at which election thosi
favoring the issuing of such a tax foi
said purpose, shall vote a ballot, on
which ahall 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
"Agaiast County Farm Life Schools."
Ordered further, that for the purpose
f haWing each elections, the following
were appointed Registrars and Poll
Vanceboro Precinct-H. C. Butler,
Registrar, and McRay Dinkina and A.
R. Whitford, Poll-holders.
Maple Cypress Precinct-M. F. At-
dridge. Registrar, E. F, Adams, J. W.
Huff, Poll-holders. '
At the close of said election, the
Regiatara and poll-holders shall certify
the returns of said election to the
Board of County Commissioners at
their next regular meeting after aaid
election, in the same mannet 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.
1911. . ;..
, s S. Hi FOWLER,
1 - Clark Board of Commissioners.
Represented by C. C. STEM, Kew Bern, N.C.
P. 0. Box 612
E. A. PERKINS
GARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR
r Estimates made on any style build
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manufactured so accurately,
works and fits together ao.nicely.
and then too,- properly gi aded,
that it is really a pleasure to work.
All the carpenters prefer using
ous lumber when they specify
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ber" can you blame them ?
Reduce your labor bills. Buy
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Many wretched, unaccount
able headaches that baffle
the medical man are prompt
ly relieved by scientifically
fitted spectacles. We em
ploy the drusless method
of eye testing.
We grind the glasses to
suit your eyes.
J. 0. DAXTE?,
There was a tims when
our people used light-wood
knots for lights. There was
I . SI
la time wnen ieaa ana on
mixed by hand was the best
paint for our houses. ' Those
days are no moreElectri
city and machinery have put
the tar knot light and hand-
mixed paint into yesterdays
page of history See J. S.
Basnight Hdw. Co., for B. P.
S., a machinery mixed paint.
Phone them for cola cards.
TVs death of tin. 0!.a Lull Vaughan,
' i' 1 t V.' t L 1 nun, (.'aine, en
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