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THE IVEEKLY . JOUaIUL
rMuilabed la Two Section.
Tuesday and Friday, at Journal Build
Ec-60 Craren 8treL
CHAKLE9 L. BTXTZ9S. :
EDITOR AND PEOPRIITOR.
Official Paper of . New Ben and
Craven Gouty, v .
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bail. Subscribers will ra
, .- eeirs notice of azptratlon of their sub-
enrlptlona and an Immediate response
U notice wvi oe appreciated by the
Advertising rates furnished upon
application at the office, or upon In
nuirrbymal niei4d at the Postoffice, New Bern.
W. C. as second-eiass matter.
New Bern,' N. C. November, 7. 1911.
MOEB PRONOUNCED PUBLIC
SENTIMENT IS NEEDED.
Municipal ordinance issues,
state and national legislative en
actment of laws, all with the in
tention of providing for the safety
of society, through law and order
enforcement, are seen on every
side to be practically valueless, all
because of a lax public sentiment,
ks to whether they be strictly car
ried out or not.
The result of this public indif
ference is to be noted iu municipal
ordinance violations, and in the
crowded state aud federal court
dockets. There are penalties for
offenders, there are iuflictions of
punishment, but where is there
any positive deterrent, any cessa
tion of crimes or lessening of viola
tions of the law t
The last term of Craven county
superior court took the entire two
weeks for the trial of the criminal
docket Civil cases had to be all
continued to the expense and an
noyance of many persons, to the
further piling up and congesting
of an already overcrowded docket.
The Federal court in its October
term here likewise was given up
to criminal cases.
Tax payers rave and cry out
against these court expenses, and
yet is not their indifference at
other than court session or tax
paying periods, largely responsible
for law violations, with their at
tendant heavy costs t
No law in North Carolina re
ceived a larger popular vote en
dorsement at the polls than pro
hibition, and yet it is daily violat
ed in Dearly every county. City
and county criminal dockets are
crowded, and grand juries find
true bills for retailing in such
numbers, as ought to shock aud
arouse public sentiment, certainly
stir up the many thousands who
voted local and state wide prohi
bition to a pronounced resentment,
that would create consternation
among those who now almost
openly violate this law, that would
deter all inclined violators to re
main honest. Towns, cities and
counties, not to include the state
have given up great liquor rev
enues, by the vote of state prohi
bition. In place of these revenues
there is the tax bnrden of criminal
trials growing out of violating this
law, when there should be public
sentiment of strong disapproval
upon violaters, so that' prohibi
tion might mean something be
sides possible arrest and' trivial
fine or light punishment.
EDUCATE TO APPEE-
. Uuited States Commissioner of
Education, Claxton, makes the in
teresting statement ) that "more
than four and one-quarter million
children have quit Bchool after
finishing their elementary educa
1 ion who ought to be in the school.
The pupils in the high schools
represent less than ode-fourth of
the children that ought to be
The Commissioner's reason for
saying the children ought to be In
the high school, instead of leaving
school before entering that depart
ment is obvious to every intelligent
person friendly tohihereducation.
The actual re.uou is largely due
without doubt, to home influences
r eond.Uons.' These ' influences
i .j lo i.i-n :.'t.y requiring; child-
i i I i! 'sin !' - 1, t! 1 -. :; 1 win-
' t i i a f 1 ' r r i
The Kind Tou Have Always Bought, and which lias been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
A - onrl fina lutan modA nnflpp Ilia ni
f'CCCCnti A Haw nn
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
"Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is a harmless, substitute tor Castor Oil, Pare-
gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleaspnt. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other iTarcotie
substance. lis ago is its guarantee. It destroys NV orma
and allays Feverisbness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach &ud Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. ,
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
ill wsc rwi vvci J J iccns
THE CENTAUR COMPANY, 7 ' MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
he is not at school, which makes
study appear dull and unnecessary
to pursue with vigor. The street
corner, boon companions, cigar
ette smoking and school life be
comes a perfect bore. Life looks
good to the boy every where except
home at and at school, and with
parental indifference it does not
take long for the boy to break
away from the school. And then
With possible exceptions, the
school system in all states appears
to be in advance of the educational
demands of the present day.
It is well that it is so, tho' ther e
will be found persons decrying any
tax for more and improved educa
tional advantages, as being extrav
ajjant and not required. In our ed
ucational system, if there were not
those to urge and insist on its im
provement, elementary studies
would be found all sufficient and
the people of moderate means
would not be able, those so desir
ous, of having their children at
tain a high school education.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that it by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an infUmed con
dition of the mucnm lining of the Eus
tachian lube. When this tube m in
flamed you have a rumbling sound of
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed. Deafness is the result.
and unless the irifjamation can be taken
out. and this tube restored to its nor
mal condition, hearing will be destroy
ed forever: nine cases out of ten are
caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but
an inflamed condition of the mucou
We will give One Hundred Do lars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured ty Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Stni for circu'ara free.
P. J. CHENEY & CO.,Propa.
Sold by druggists, price 75c
Take Hall's family pills for eon-
Lake In a Vo!cnio Rinu.
On the Island of Nlnnfow, halfway
between Fiji and Samoa, is a volcanic
ring Inclosing a crater containing a
lake two miles in diameter. Toward
the sea the ring is bordered with walls
f black cliffs 200 to 300 feet la height
An eruption In 1880 formed a penin
sula on the eastern side of the lake.
While the ocean outside Is trembling
and thundering under a heavy wind
the lake remains smooth or Is simply
wrinkled with ripples or wavelets.
The Los Angeles Socialist candidate
for Mayor received a plurality of 8,477
over the "good government" candidate
' - . ,
Women of the highest type,
women of superior education and
refinement, whose discernment
and judgment five weight tad
force to their opinions, highly
praise the wonderful corrective
is J cnr&tiTe properties of Cham
Ir.Ii'a'i Stomach and Liver Tab
L!s. Tlrocjhont the many sta jes
cf ::ia'i life, fronv jirCood,
C . llu ordeals cf mctl.fr
- r erf :re r'..:.,l!e r;J-
nna tn i)aio(va vnn In thin.
GREATLY REDUGED'RATES TO
N. C. Drainage Convention, Eliza
beth City, N. ., Nov. 15-16,
1911, via Norfolk-Southern
$ 5 05
Tickets sold from all stations and all
lines in North Carolina, November 13-14-15
and 16th, good to- return until
mid-night Nov. 17th.
Purchase tickets via Raleigh, Golds
boro or New Bern and Norfolk-Southern
Railroad. Double jaily service,
Pullman, sleeping and Parlor cats.
For further particulars apply to any
ticket agent, or write
W. W. CROXTON. G. P. A.
The PostofTire Department has raised
the ban on Santa Claus mail.
For pains in the side or ehest dampen
a piece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Liniment and bind it on Over the seat
of pain. There is nothing better. For
sale by all dealers. 0
Southern Railway New Train Service
An Important Changes.
The management of the Southern
Railway has authorized new train serv
ice between Asheville and Sa'isbury,
N. C, rew train to leave Asheville at
7;l0p. m., Eastera time, arriving at
Salisbury 12:25 a. m., connecting there
with train No. 30 for Washington. Bal
timore, Philadelphia, and ,New York.
In the reverse direction the new train
will leave Salisbury about 4 a. m , af
ter receiving connection from the main
line train No. 31 and reach Asheville at
10:00 a. m, This new train will handle
Pullman Drawing Room sleeping cars
each way through between Asheville
and New York in coonectiop with the
main line trains Nos. 30 and 31 as re
ferred to,- la additioa to the foregoing
new train service the management of
the Southern Railway has sJao instruc
ted that improvements ba oiade in the
service on trains Nos. 11 and 12 where
by Pulman observation cara will be op
erated on these trains between Salis
bury and Asheville. This being ac
complished by making the present Nor-
folk-Afheville Drawing room sleeping
car an observation sleeping iir. .
The deflnate date for thnse changes
has not as yet been given out, but will
be within the next tew days,
"I do not believe there is any other
medicine so good for whooping cough
as Chamberlain's Cough ; Remedy,"
writes Mrs. Francis Turpiri, Junction
City, Ore. This remedy is also unsur
passed for colds and eroup.1' For sale
by all dealers. . 1
r He Llksd Turtle,"" i
Charles Kean in forcing ml tavern
companion to take mustard (with his
beef showed' a more generounldlsnosl
tlon than a city tungnate wboiflgares
In the "Memoirs of Orantley I Berke
ley." Although a hearty feelerlBerke
ley did not like fat and wcnaerved
with turtle soup always Icftitbe1 green
fat on the side of his platev This Is
considered by many to be' the best
part of the dlali, and at a city dinner
Berkeley attended his nelgblwr ob
served blm with horror deliberately
rejecting the nnetuons green frag
ments. "At length his .feelings J?ot the
better of the alderniun, and after de
molishing his third lid)"'of turtle
he swept all the fat from plate on
to Ms, grunting contemptuously, 'I see
they're waited on yeu."" London
Cliitirfte rtilielg mptored tha town of
' ' ) i '' r (' ' ' ' 1 - k t!.o I o-
III THE REALM
Social Happening's In New Bern
During the Past
INFORMAL CARD PARTY.
One of the most delightful . events of
the season was an informal card party
given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs, W,
LHand athfr beautiful home on Johnson
street. Just at this time, the pening
of the social season, many events are
transpirinsr. ' Howevar none are more
pleasing to the guests thin a card par
ty. and those h were so fortu-iate
as to be includid in the event given by
Mrs. Hand, were profuse in th ir
praise of the fcospita'ity and gracious
ness of (h?ir host.es j, Uri ite whi- t,
that delightfully entertaining game
which the social realm of two continents
have lauded was played.
Among those present were; Mr. and
Mrs. M.- M. Marks. Mr. and Mrj. J. T.
Hollister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marks,
Mr. and Mm. Petit, Mrs. Malf;, Miss
Jane Stewart and Mr. Wm. Griflin.
BRIDGE WHIST CLUB ENTER
TAINED. The Wednesday Afternoon Bridge
Whist Club, one of the leading Social
clubs of New Bern, was delightfully
entertained last Wednesday afternoon
by Mrs. E. K. Bishop at her lovely
home on Eet Front street, in honor of
Miss Elsie Dunn, of Philadelphia, who
is visiting in the city. During the af
ternoon a number of gam3 of Bridge
Whist were engaged in by the guests,
after which delicious refreshments were
The following guests were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Meadows, Mrs. J.
T. Hollister, Mrs. W. L. Hand, Miss
Elsie Dunn, Mrs. T. G. Hyman. Mrs.
J. G. Dunn, Mrs. D. S, Congdm, Mrs.
J. A. Mitchell, Mrs. Raymond- Pollock,
Mrs. R, D. V. Jones, Miss Sarah Cong
don and Miss S.ira Hollister.
Facing an altar artistically banked
with ferns, ptlms and cut flowers and
in the presence of one of the most bril
liant wedding aes(mbla?(js the city has
known this season, Miss Mary Sidney
Gabbett and Mr. G-osvenor Sterling
Wright yesterday afternoon assumed
the martial vows of the Episcopal
Church, Upon the beautiful and taste
fully decorated fc'ims cf the large
auditorium myiiadsof tiny inr.ondescent
lights shed a soft glow and the. church,
with its exquisite decorations, beauti
fully gowned women and immaculately
groomed men, mada a scene of rare
beauty and distinctive leveliness.
Promptly at s o'clock the wedding
party arrived and marched to the altar,
Miss Gabbett attended by her mai of
honor, Mis Emily Parmalae, of Staten
Island, N. Y.. whib the groom was at
tended by his best man, Mr. Hurry
Parmalee, of Staten Island, N. Y. Tte
ceremony of the Episcopal Church was
pronounced by Rev, 14. F. Huske.
Immediately after the certm ny haJ
been concluded the briiial party w..re
driven tothi brido's i a-eits oi Johnjon
street where an informal reception was
held. In the hall was Mrs, Gabbett,
handsomely gowned in black velvet
with Irish lace collar and cuffs. Lieut,
Gabbett was piesent with Mrs. Gab
Mrs. Harry Maiks, wearing an at
tractive black lace cesium, inviud the
guest-j into the dining room where they
were served by Miss Fast Meade, cf
New York, who was gowned in white
messaline. , Those assist log were:
Minta Jones, of Charlotte, wearing yel
low messaline, Miss Maud Mung r; in
white' marquisette, Miss Harriett
Marks, in browa chilTon over coral satin
and Miss Sara Congdon, in yellow chif
fon over messaline. In tie conserva
tory Mrs. M, M. Marks, gowned in a
lovely lace robe with pearl ornaments,
set ved punch to the guests,
Dr. j. R. Patterson and Mr. J, S.
Claypuol acted as ushers.
The brida is a daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Cecil Gabbett, of Savannah, Ga.,
and is universally known and admired
in New Bern. She is a very sweet and
accomplished young woman and has
scores of friends ell over the State who
wish her much happiness in her married
Mr. and Mrs. . Wright left on the
northbound train for an extended trip
through nor them c'tier, after which
they will reside at Staten Island, N. Y.
FOR FLETCHER'S ?
I, I , . -
- Witnesses before the inter-State
Commerce Commission testified that
the restoration of the differential on
import husineas ii necessary t prevent
monopolization at New York.
SAVED CHILD FROM DEATH.
"After our child hr,s suffered fronts
vere bronchial trouble for a year."
wrote G. T. Richwdson, of Richard
son's Mills, At "we fearid It had con
sumption, It had a bad C'lixh all ths
time. We tried many r medics with
out asail. and doctor's mdicn soemed
as useless. Finally we trd Dr.. King's
New Diccovery, :tnd are pleam d to suy
that one bottle ei'f.-t t ' J cotnpl-t cure
ami our child is lain pt'ong nd h'-ol-thy.
"For conpl n. rol, rnrsni,H't.
Ingrippe, anthn.it, croi'n ;u ,J ; r- lure '.
its the most )' ' f ' ' 1
i -. I r - .'
' . ! t
ADVANCE GUARD DRIVERS
ARRIVING IN SAVANNAH
Trying Out for Vanderbllt and Grand
. Savannah, Ga. The advance guard
of drivers and cara for the Vanderbllt
Cup and International Grand Prize
races and light car raceB, which will
take place in Savannah on November
27 and 30, have already arrived and
are dally trying out the famous course
over the Chatham county roads. With
the large number of entries and the
world s most famous, drivers, these
two big blue ribbon events of auto
mobiledom will -unquestionably prove
the greatest road races ever held in
the world. Never before have two
events of such magnitude been held
at one time. Heretofore the Vander
bllt Cup race was held at Long Island
in October and the International Grapd
Prize Race at Savannah in November.
Owing to the inability of the promo
ters to get the proper protection for
the course during the race and the
unequalled facilities offered by Sa
vannah,, it was decided this year to
hold the big event at Savannah. It
can hardly be called a curtain raiser
for the Grand Prize, as it is itself
such a world famous race, but it will
be run first and two days later the
Grand Prize race will be run, the two
days being allowed to give competi
tors in the Vanderbilt race ample
time to overhaul and "tune-up" their
Wg space-killers for the Grand Prize
event. In these races and the light
car events it is probable that over
seventy-five cars will be entered. The
course is seventeen miles long, and
with the cars eating up distance at
the rate of 80 miles an hour, it will
be readily recognized that there will
always be "something doing" on ev
ery part of the couuee. Specially con
structed cars have been entered, the
most dare-devil drivers in the world
have been secured and it is absolute
ly certain that the excitement is go
ing to be intense and the races the
grandest sport ever held in the South
and, barring unforeseen accidents,
the greatest the world has- ever yet
Turkey is trying to enlist the services
of Germany in securing the release of
fifty pupils of the military school at
IS THE WORLD GROWING BET
TER? Many things go to prove that it ii. The
way. thousand are trying to help oth-er-t
is proof. Among t'lem is Mrs. W.
W.- Gould of eituiif 1 1, N. H. Find
ing good health by taking Electric Bit
ters", she now advices other suffers,
everywhere, to lake them. "For years
I suffered with stounch and kidney
trouble," fhe writes. "Every merti
cine 1 used failed till I took E'ectnc
Bitters. Rut this great remedy helfed
me word 'rfully." They'll help any
woman. They're the btst ionic and
finest liver and kidney remedy that's
made. Try them. Try them, You'll
see. 50c at all druggists.
(From the Popular Magazine.)
"What is this dollar diplomacy'
they're talking about?" .asked the
"Same old kind we've always had,"
exclaimed the thin man. ; "it means
that only niillionurles can afford to
be ambassadors.;' ,
Two generations ago a Dutch phy
sician, out walking with his child,
called the lad's attention to a passing
hay load as big as a mastodon. "There,
my son,' said ho, "Is the equivalent
of what one man eats in a year In
excess of what he nceds."N
QUICK RELIEF FOR RHEUMATISM.
George W. Koons, I awton, Mich.,
says: "Dr. I'etchon's Keuep for
Rheumatism has given tuy wile won
darful benefit for rheumatism. She
could not lift band or foot, had to be
lifted for two months. She btgnn the
us of the remedy and improved rapidly.
On Monday hbo could nut move and on
Wednesday she got up, dressed herself
and walked out for breakfast. ' bold
by Bradham Drug Co. '
The proprietor! : of , the Triangle
Waist Company,"of New York, will be
tried for manslaughter in the first de
gree in connection with the frre'whi "h
cost 146 lives.
- - j
, IT STARTLE! THE WORLD
when the abounding claims were first
madii for Uucklen's Arnica Salve, but
forty years of wonderful cures bae
proved them true, and everywhere it i
now known as the beft stive on earth
for Burnt", KoiU, ScaUR Sure, tuts,
Bruises, ' Sprains, Swelling, Ecma,
Chtpperl hand', Fever Sores and Piles.
Only 25i. at all Druggists.
' La Fol'e' te headquarters for the Wat
were opened In Chicago.
Instead of Uquta
' many peopla are now.Miuj;
Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic
flio new toilet germtelilo powior ti) l
disfilved in water as needed.
Fcr all toilet and h.vgienio w H !
better and morn economical.
To clfauKe and whiten the tfrr
. teeth, remove tartar and
To disinfect tlio month, de
stroy ilineute genua, lind
purify the breath.
To keep artiflci.ut teeth aud
briditi'wark eli' iii. odorlesa
To removo nicotine from the trcth an
nirify l!in hrc.'Uli nfu-r smoking.
To enwlii'attf pernplrnlioii and bod.
odors by upon!'!' luitli'mf.
Tho best iinl iscptio w:Kh knn'w.l,
;. Ilir.-c nod t roii'rt hen tii-f il, weak
i i; "htm ,ii'-,-.-s. lf. :i ;.i !.p-1 in i. -,t r. oni,l
Class Contest. Iu formation Wan
ted. Enrollment. Foot Ball.
.Honor Boll For October
'-:-. - . -, -
- Friday morning in the 88 Grammar
Class, Miss Chidwick had a contest be
tween the bys and girls on their
knowledge of E lglish Grammar up to
date, The boys were on ono side of
the room,'' the girU.. on the oihsr and
sentences were given back and forth
to be parsed. The girls missed 6 pr ints
and the boys 5 points during the entire
period. . The interest was fine and Borne
pretty difficult sentences were passed.
; Gertrude Carraway ' is pr paring an
article for the November Athenian on
"Some Unmark-d. Historic : Spoti in
New Born, and Vicinity' She would
appreciate any information on this sub
ject, r C: ' .K't-. "-'-i;-". V;-
' M'tm l.ina Iveyi one of the music
teachers, on account of rheumatism in
her right hand, has gone home
for a few days. During her absence,
Mrs, T. J. Roberts ; is substituting fo
her. Miss Ivey hopes to return to her
work in a few days. ;
This month's report, which is publish
ed today, shows an enrollment of 788 as
against 782 hst year, and an average
daily attendance of 725.84 as painst
684 31 last year an increase of 6 ;n the
enrollment and 41,32 in the sversge
In th colored echool there is quite a
decrease in both enrollmsnt and a tend
ance, In the first month of !a-l year,
the enrollment was 611 and t'n. year it
ia 444. Last year tie average oadv at
tendance lor Oi t hei was '44,20 and
this year it is i!99.7''
The present foonall rchedule calif
for a game in Goldhboro, on tho 18' Ii
with ths Uoldshoro High School and a
retuin game at New Bern on the 25th.
It is hoped tl at one or two gain 8 may
be arranged with other nearby high
Honor Roll For October,
1st. Grade Carrie Louise Ward,
Eiiza'.ietn Roberts, Saiah Holland Hes
ter, Dorot hy Lewis, Lida May Garrett,
Helen t alon, t-'arah E izaboth Culler,
Jeanne ite Lund, Louisa Weddell, Mary
Oeppe, Oltie Rhodes, Lucy Dupree,
R-ibe.1 Aldridge, Chatles C'urk, Red
ni -nd Dill, David Davis. Johnny Dunn,
Lonsda'e DuVal, Philip Dixon, Ell worth
Ely, (ieiner Gdheit, Sheiton Lucap,
Cai l Morton, Horace Springer, Chad
wick (Jzzell, Frederick Whitty, Habe
Adv. .-1st.' K'itle Louise Duke, Ann'e
May Lupton, Lillian Fmit.h, Sarah
Spencer, Ssllie Whitehead, Harry
Wigps, Frederic NeUon, Frederick
Boyd, Thomas Kehoe.
2C Grade-Sadie Wad, Doiothy El
lin, Mary Lewis, Jane Dill, ' Ma'-ilda
Harrell, Nit i Bell, Minnie Giutier,
Ethel Bills, James Heath, Archie War
2B Gtale James Rhodes, Lycurgna
Cutier, Lawerense ' S'ith, William
Fronch. Sybil Dean Wilson, MaryBelo?
Moore, Harriet Green Dill, Mary Steel
Brinson, El-z ihcth Ruth, Lucille Smith,
Maud Whi ehead. "
2 A Giadu Bessie Goodwin, Adelaide
Koyal, . : -
31? Grnde Livingulon Waid, Thelma
Br an, Evelyn Lewis, Laura Roberts
Lydia Speight, Z ra S yron '
3A C ade Bertha Fulfotd, Betijmin
Duko. ' '
4U Grade Charles Ahhford, Daniel
Oduin, Rote Crawford, Mamie Hibha d
Esther Helb Newberry, Frances Royal,
Minnie Sxith.' ' "
4A Grade-Eail Smith, Charlotte
Dav s, Blackwi 11 Waters. .
5C Gride Glady Jackson, Gladys
SanfnnJ, Kva May S.'ales, Joseph Nsb
sef. My t tie Tooker. '
. 5flG.-ade-Calherine Boyd. Elizibelh
Harre', Miry Bray, Hilton - Perry,
Kithleen Lilliston, Rosnlie Mathus,
Hel-'n S hip son, Helen Pinner,' Eiiz-t-beth
Cat on. . '-.. .
6B Grade-Ma Arthur, Bsth Feiebee,
6 A Grade Emma Louise Kehoe. '
9ih. Grade Blanche Gaskill. ,v
loth. Grade Gertrude Carr.'way,
Bertha Gaskill, Hilda Willis, '
f Children Cr4 '
- FOR FLETCHER'S
The Mifsauri Pacific Railway drnrned
250 employes at their shops at Scd-lia,
Secretary of War Stimson announced
that he adopts 1 the Taylor system t
the Westerntown arsenal. - . ,
. WHAT WOULD YOU DO?,
In case of a burn or cald whtt wou'd
yoj do to relieve the pai'iT Such in
juries are liable to occur in any family
and everyone should be pupared for
them, , Ch'tmberUin' Salve ipplied oi
a soft cloth will repeve the paiu aimo-i
instantly, andunleas the irjuy is a verj
severe one, will causf the par. i to heal
without kaving a scar. For sale by all
' ' Tho Lath.
Orlplnnlly Intended to ho npTiitfil liy
the physical exertion of one tunn, the
lathe has now reached him Ii n ntntr" oi
development Hint In ninny enw forty
to sixty horsepower, or the equivalent
of GOO men, U iwessa ry to operate it.
It In one of Hm enrlleMt forms of too!
to bo driven by ui.k bUiery.
This diatri.i'sio direao reult frnn
H (!; ortic i-i -d run l.t ion of tho stoiiinch,
mid rn be riir' I l.v -I ! (!liMn'x-r-I
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Fancy Cream Cheese 20c. lb.
Fresh Macaroni, Old Fashion
Buckwheit, Heckers Prepared
Buckwheat, Fresh Fox River
Print Butter, Heckers Oatflakes
10c, pkg., Heckers Pancake Flour
12c. pkg., Fancy Early Rose Irish
Potatoes 40c. pk., Cape Cod Cran
berries 10c. qt.. Very. Best Flour
3c. lb., Nice lot Yam Potatoes
25c. pk. Nice Apples, Cocoanuts
Bananas, Cabbage, . Onions and
numerous other good thirgs to
eat we do not name for lack of
. JBICES RIGHT
YOtlRsToR CASH ONLY
J. L. McDaniel
41 Middle St. - Phone 91
Prescriptions from a!l A
physicians, Quickly and Ac
curately filled. i
Also a full line of Choice
It's just a little dif
ferent, imparts a most
delightful and satisfying
aroma and flavor-Breakfast
is incomplete with
out "Morning Cup Cof
fee" on . the table Do
you know ? -
. . AND .
E. W. SVALLWOOD.
lew tr I, &
. Hyde Co. R. P. Oats, Burt
Oats, Hairy Vetch, Rape",
Crimson Clover Alfalfa, Hay,
Oats, Corn, Corn Meal, Cot
ton Seed Meal, Hulls, Bran,
Shipstuff, Beet Pulp, .Daiiy
Molasses. F?ed, r Distillers
Grain, highest in Protein of
any stock feed on the mark
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BURRUS & cai.
U 33 Middle St. New Bern, N. O
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