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A Perfection Smokeless OS Heater brings bathroom or bedroom
to just the degree of warmth you want in five or ten minute. All vou
have to do ii to touch a match, ' 1
The Perfection Heater bumi nine hours on one tilling and it
alwayt ready for me. You can move it anywhere k it needed.
There it no watte of fuel and heat warming unoccupied rooms.
Just the heat you want, when and where you want it.
t The Perfection it fitted with an automatic-locking flame spreader
that preventt the wick being turned high enough to smoke and it
easy to remove and drop back when cleaning.
. . Dr tnhhed athci tutquoiw blue east! or plaia stwl ; Eghl ud m
mil, yst strong sad duiaals siatJbU far any room ia any boa.
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. Standard Oil Company
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SHORT PIS1E EVENTS
There ia considerable building being
done in New Bern just at tbittime and
it ia a bard matter to secure the service
of a carpenter or mason for a day or
two. At many plaeea in the State it it
' noticed that these workmen are walk
ing the streets with nothing to do. If
. I they would come to this city they could
easily secure positions. ' :
The Norfolk-Southern Railway Cora
' pany will have on sale at their local of-
flee the latter part of this week grand
aland tickets for the Thanksgiving Day
football game at Norfolk. These tick-
At a sill ha ankl at thai asm nrimi aa
those on the grounds and have merely
'been secured for the convenience of
. those who intend witnessing the game
on that day. v
Preparations are being made in the
local public schools to observe "North
Carolina Day" on Dec. 22. The pro
gram of exercises for the observance
' of this event is out in attractive pam
. phlet form. It deals with the history of
the various counties of the State and
, Secretary of the North Carolina Histor
ical Commission. One of the principal
articles is a declamation, "The Old
North State," taken from the address
delivered by former governor Cbaa. B.
Aycoek, at the first North Carolina re
, union at Greensboro, N. C, on Oct 12,
Next Tuesday and Wednesday, No
' vember 28th and 29th, the Craven Coun
ty Sunday School Convention will meet
at Centenary Methodist Church in this
city. A number of men who are prom
inent in the Sunday School work in this
State will be present' and it is hoped
that every teacher in the county will be
able to attend,
Uavnr Mrf!rthv hail nml mu AfTjkn.
der before him vesterdsv. The eharre
was disorderly conduct, and the defend
. ant was dismissed upon the payment of
r the cost of the case. The police report
that although there la an unusually
large number of visitors in the city at
this time, that there ia but little disor
derly conduct going on.
Despite the fact that the city was
Ailed with visitor yesterday, there was
not the least disorderly conduct by any
of them. The local police say that it
was one of the most orderly crowds
they bad ever seen. Every one seemed
to be enjoying their visit to the full ex-
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Yesterday morning at 11 o'clock the
remains of Mrs. Archie Wallace who
died at her home at Bridge ton on Tues
day morning, were laid to r'st in Cedar
Grove cemetery. Rev. Rogers, pastor
of the Christion church in this city, con
ducted the burial service. Mrs. Wal
lace is survived by her husband and one
Tomorrow morning just at ' sun
rifle unless unless some unexpected de
lay occurs, Henry Clay Beattie, Jr.,
the Richmond, Va., wife murderer,
will be electrocuted in the Virgioia pen
itentiary. There will also be an elec
trocution in the State prison at Raleigh
tomorrow. Rows French, an Indian will
pty the penalty for murder, ; -
Superior court, which ia m session
here this week, convened at the regu
lar hour yesterday morning, but owing
to the fact that all of the attorneys da
aired to hear Governor Kitchln's speech
and attend the aeroplane flight and foot
IjuII game, the court took a recess un
til thu morning, Today at noon memo
rial exercises in memory of the late
Cbas. C. Clark will be held al the court
house by the New Bern bar,
Il is hoped that every pastor who can
hly do to will Iet.ua have the no
f his church services for Sunday
n during- today. This will aid
i!y and will be appreciated.
A Warm Bathroom
Every mother should be careful
that the children take their baths
in a warm room. The chill of a
cold room is dangerous after com
ing out of the hot water. t
TO THEIR HOMES
Hundreds Who Attended Craven
County's Big Agricultural and
. Stock Exhibit , and Avia
tion Meet Have Left J 'j
After spending two days, which were
filled with interest and amusement in
New Bern, hundreds of visitors who ar
rived here Wednesday morning for the
purpose of "taking in" the big Agri
cultural and Stock Exhibit ami Avia
tion Meet, yesterday afternoon return
ed to their homes in different sections
of the county. 'V
Never before in the history of Cra
ven county has there been so much in
terest manifested by the country peo
ple as there has been in the event just
closed. From the very first they took
bold and did all in their power to as
sist in making it a complete success and
the result on Wednesday and Thursday
shows that they succeeded remarkably
well. There was not a section of the
county that was not represented here
on those two days and in many eases
practically , the entire population of
some communities were in attendance.
Everything possible waa done for the
comfort of the visitors and to let them
have a good time while in the city, and
judging from all that could be learned,
each and every one of them thoroughly
enjoyed their visit to the Agricultural
and Stock Exhibit and Aviation Meet.
At some time within the near future
the people of New Kern hope to be able
to have them attend a real modern fair,
one which will eclipse thoae held here
in former years and which were the
pride of the whole of eastern North
The official report of the secret sit
sing of the Reichstag on November 17,
when the German Foreign Minister re
ported on Anglo German relations as
affected by the Moroccan dispute, was
published in Berlin. .
Notices brought ia later than noon to
morrow will not appear in Sunday's is
sue of the Journal.
Despite the fact that the police yea-
tersday made every possible effort to
capture the pickpocket who on the pre
vious day relieved a number of visitors
of their cash, they failed to land him.
There ia not the leaat doubt but that
the man ia a professional at the busi
ness and the police regret that be es
caped them. . ' : , ....
Krs. Delia Long Unable to Stand
On Her Feet More Than a Few
- Minutes at a Time.
' Pendergrass, Oa. Mrs. Delia Long,
of this place. In a recent letter, says;
"For Ave or tlx years, I auffsred agon
ies with womanly troubles.
Often, I couldn't sit up more than a
few minutea at a time, and It I stood
on my feet long, I would faint.
, I took Cardul, and It helped ms Im
mediately. Now, I can do my work all
the time, and don't suffer like I did."
Take Cardul wbea yon feel 111 in any
wsj weak, tired, miserable, or ander
the Weather. Cardul U a strength
building tonic medicine for women.
It baa been found to relieve pain and
distress caused by womanly troubles,
and Is an excellent medicine to have on
hand at all times. .,
Cardul acts on the womanly const!,
tutlon, building np womanly strength,
toning np the nerves, and regulating
tba womanly organs.
- Its half century of success It das to
merit It has done good to thousands.
Will you try HT It may be just what
you need. Ask your druggist 'about
Cardul. He will recommend It "
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M. t Write tot USW Aivhtr DM.,purt(
aouw MdklnCo..CtiiuiHjiittlltin.ltijr ooJ
itauuetumt, n4 64-Ujuk, Hon Tn
' frtsi la pii wtiy aa
. . OP SbiMiUal
Local Ellta Will fay TrilM IV
MembrlA ' Of '&fiMt&'-
.., , iSrotTiers.
At the Athens Theatre Sunday af
ternoon, December Sjtd, the New Bern
Lodge of Hhe Benevolent Protective
Order ct felks, will' hold Us annual
Lodge of Sorrow and , fittingly and ap
propriately' pay tribune to the memor
ies of those members'of the order who
have gone to their reward during the
putt year rfnd who have died tine the
eatabliahment et the fraternity,
The exercises will be beautifully
solemn and impressive and will he in ac
cordance with the ritual of the order.
The oration will bo delivered by Hon.
R. H. .Sylfet, Judge '.of the Record
er's Court df Durham, N. C. and past
Exalter.RoW of Durham Lodge No.
568, The order of the exercises will be
a follows'. .4 iv--wUii..,
Musical Selection -by the Italian Or
chestra follbwed by a Vocal selection, -
Remarks' by Exalter Ruler William
Dunn. Jr. , 4 ' , '
Invocatioh by Rev. J. B, Hurley, i
Vocal "Selection. . -
Lodge Ceremonies. ..
Prayer by Chaplain Rev. Father
Francis Gallagher. ,',
Vocal and' Instrumental electron.
Introduction of the orator by Paat
Exalted RulbrC D. Bradham.
.. Address-tudge RobC' H. Sykes, Vf
Eulogy of ' the Depart ed-by H. A.
Closing Ceremonies by the Idg,
followed by vocal and inttrumental se
lections. ' ' ' " 1
Benediction by Rev. B. F. Husk. : .
Mr, Chan. T. Pumphrey has been in
charge of thi arrangement of the mui
eal program 'which promise to bof
the finest order. " "' " .
At the memorial aerVice the follbv;
ing officer ol the lodge will serve in
their various 'capacities: - '
Exalted RuW, Wm Dunn, Jr; '- Es
teemed Leading Knighi, Rev. H, A.
Merfeld; Esteemed tyal Knight,
Douglas Creech; Esteemed Lecturing
Knight, Wm.'W. Griff m; Esquire, Al
bert T. Willis) Chaplain, Rev. Father
Gallagher; Secretary, T. B. Kehoe,
Treasurer, H.1 B'. Smith, Inner Guard.
Jack A. Street; Tyler, Daniel G. Smew,
The ElksLbdgeef Sorrow is One of
the most beaiftiful memorial ritual t that
prevail in any "of the fraternal organiza
tkms and the custom of pausing on this
day to look bafck and remamber the de
parted Brother ia a almost worthy one
Catarrh Germs Mast be Conquered
or Health ViU be Destroyed.
If you have catarrh yon mutt van
quish aa army of pert let eat,' destruct
ive microbe before you can get rid of
it , "
vYou might a well choose your wea
pons, declare Var and annihilate this
army of catarivj germ right now. '
Stomach dosmg won't 'kill them; nei
ther will spray or douches.
HYOMEI, h pleaaaol. antiseptie,"
germ destroy ins air breathed over the
entire membrane will pntbatarrh germs
out of business- in short order. ' '
HYOMEI (pronounce k High-o me)
ia guaranteed by Bradham Drug Co. to
end catarrh, asthma, brorkhitia, colds,
cough and croup or mdney back. . If
you own a little HYOMEI hard rubber
pocket inhaler you can get a separate
bottle of HYOMEI for inly Mcenf.
If you haven't ia inhaler; buy a com
plete outfit that only eeau Jl.OO.
Another attempted outran bv a ne
gro upon a whlot woman ' occurred at
CoatesviUe, Pa. !
Ten juror were secured' in the Me
Maboa ease In Philadelphia. '
Corn, perbuahel. ,', ; T90
Hominy, per buai. . 90
Meal, per bush.' ' ': '..1 00
Oats, per bush. . . 62
Mill stuff, per lOd lbs. , , 1 70
Hull. .:, ' , 60
Field Des. ner bush. ' S BO
Hy. per ton, (Tftnothy.) 80 00
PRICES PAID BY LOCAL DEALERS
PoUtoes, (Irish,) .' 4 00
" (Sweet.! per baafe. 1 - 1 60
N. C Bacon, per bound, ' '16(317
Ham, per pound, , . . r 171
Shoulders, perpoand, ' 12
Poultry each, M ' IStoSS
Eggs, per dox. " . ,. ' 25
Beeswax, per pounds " 25
Tallow, per pound; 5
Hides, per pound. ' : V ;; 'i 8
BmCSETCTUX L3TIEE '
Thebookafortae payment of taxes
for 1911 for the town BrUteeton are not
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i'bv E:rn MetSrl
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open and taxe ark due. TFie board of
aldermen iostrueUd me to have all tal
es collected by Jaduary ' 1st 1M2. Tax
payers are reqaesU J to help me carry
out thisorde bj ptyirT promptly.
IT. w. f,toor:n,
' ' ' Tax Cvf.. tor.
ty tioosancJa, have trss4
Dl- itlt, chased away kid:.:
tlca &zd now eat what u.zy
T .t Are you still in the
jr cl kpme stomach trouble!
v . . yctaself a chance, "a
tsz dial try
sold under guarantee . to refund
your money if you're not satisfied.
Or if you dont want to risk a hall
dollar, write to The Digestif Com
pany, Jackson, Miss., for an order
on your aruggist lor a full size 5Uc
fcafikaife, free. : : : v--;-.. .rr;r"
, Dieestit tablets are small, easy to
swallow. The package is small, con-;
venient for the pocket.: Any reason
wny you snouid contiuus to sunerr
Your druggist sells Digestit
J. ?. BALL
, r COTTON BROKER ;
NEW BERN,. . N. O,
LONG DISTANCE PHONE NO. 16.
Hew York Cettea.
' . Nov. 21.
- Open High ' Low Close
Dec. '628 929 919 919
Jaa. 916 916 900 - 900
March , ' 928 930 913 ' 913
May 934 936 , 918 919
Port Receipt 100.000 bales, against
last year 77.892. . '
.. Nov. 22
. Opecing Highest Lowest Close
Dec. .924 926 92f 926
Jan. 904,, 905 901 904
:b. , ,v 916 919 910 919
May. ' 923 t 925 .918 925
- Spot Cotton New York 9-45.
Port receipt; 72,169 bale. .
sPMsstatava) ' ' ' h
' v Nov. 23.
Opening Highest Lowest Close
Dec ' 926 - 928 - - ; 925 926
Jan. 908 , 910 905 9(6
Mar. " 919 922 . 918 - 918
May. .926 '928 925 925
New 'York Spot 945.
" Uverpeef Cettea Market, '
Opening. V . Clotinf
Jan. Feb. 496 - 601
May. Jun - 6031 607t
Jan. Feb. 496 497
ItayJuM 602 ' .." " 603
Opening, ' ' Closing
Jan Fb. 499 . ' ' 609
May Juoa. 606 , .606.
. Iw Ben Market
f '"'Middling 8f
l .Strkk Middling 81
r . Good Middling 9c .
St Middling 81.
Good Middling 9.
Receipt 28 bale. '
Middling 81 . Strict Middling. SI
Good Middling Oct. .
' Sales 80 bales.
The man that wrote the soog "Tb
Same Thing Over ;Again" must have
been a 'cotton dopes tor.' Surely be k w
all about this kind of cotton market. -
Saturday the cam us report on supply
and distribution for the first I month
of the season, ia to be issued, and may
throw aoro light oa the situation. At
present a drifting policy is ia vogue,
ibe trad generally ia of tb opinion
thatcQtton,wlll seek a much lower level
Kellogg Dijrland, author and social
worker, recently committed suicide in
Baatoev. -' . ...r - . '
CliniSTLL'iS 15 AHEAD OF YOU
,BUTI -M OF CHRlSmiS ! ;
,. Ve've been industriously searching the market for
i. I- tb best things that the makers and importers have .
t - prepared for thia Christmas of lflll-rfor all these
' kt tilings are ready for "the trade" long before ""
Chriairaat. You'll be Immensely entertained by
, them, tnd looking around involves not the slightest .
, ' obligation to purchase. For the present Just enjoy
seeing them we will let the future take care of itself.
We Deduct 10 per cent From oil Christmas Purchases
' - V. !. ; ;Rja 's i.i November Frc:n our Stock; .
nr.:ir.:.rr i wr. eell von out op .your,
.' . ...'AIL OXDHIt CATALOG.
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Thirty Millions Asked in Appro
priations. What Goes to -,
' North Carolina.
Washington, Nov. 23. Estimates for
continuing the work of river and har
bor improvements throughout the coun
try, made public at the War Depart
ment today an d covering Ihe fiscal year
ending June 36th, 1913.. show a stiict
adherence to the new administration
policy of asking Congress" to appropriate
only for those improvements which have
received the approval of the Army
Corps of Engineers after Ihe most tho
rough investigation. '-V 'V."1--:'
No new projects of any great impor
tance are provided for in the estimates
and unless Congress takes the: bit in
its teeth and disregards the recommen
dationa of General W. H. Bixby, chief
of engineers, the "pork barrel" meth
od of river and harbor work will have
been eliminated for a second year.
The appropriations asked for aggre
gate $29,628,698 as against $30,096,698
for the current year. The estimates
will be tent to Congress by the Secre
tary of the Treasury, and President
Taft in his message will urge that they
be strictly adhered to. . . "...
The following are for North Carolina:
Scuppernong river, $2,000; Shallow
bag Bay $1,000; Fishing Creek tributa
ry of Tar river 6,000; Bay river $1,000;
Contentnea Creek $2,000; Neuse end
Trent river $10,000; Swift Creek $500;
Pamlico Sound, Beaufort Inlet Water-'
way $2,001; Beaufort harbor $6,000,
Beaufort Inlet $10,000; Morehead City
harbor $1,000; New river, including in
land waterways between Beaufort har
bor and New river and between New
river and Swanabjro $7,500; Northeast
and Black rivers and Cape Fear river
above Wilmington $12,000; Cape Fear
river above - Wilmington, (lock and
Bertram G. . Spencer, on trial at
Springfield, Mass., for murder,' called a
witness a liar, fought the officer and
officer and caused the court to take a
HIGHEST GASH PRICES PAID
For Cattle, Hogs, Poultry,
Eggs and Country Produce.
A. Castet, Kbw Bern, N. C.
MEM -POLLOCK, IL D.
Physician and Surgeon
168 Middle St. Phone 7101 Ring
. . New Bern, N. C. v
Money to Loan
On Approved Farm Land Security
: Apply to .
J. R. Warren, Atty at Law,
TRENTON. - - - N. C.
TO THE TAX PAYERS
Please take due notice that the tax
list for 1911 has - been p'aced in my
bands for collection by the Board of
Commissioners of Craven County and
that I have been ordered by the said
Commissioners to collect this tax before
the ezpira'ion of the present year.
You are further notified that I cannot
receive partial payments,. Call at the
Sheriff's office, pty your taxes in full
and take your receipt for same. By so
d'Jng you will avoid the visit of dep
uties and because of the settlement,
feel relieved of an unavoidable obliga
tion and save the Sheriff much trouble
and expense, , ?- :
J. W. BIDDLE,
.. ' ... .. ..-. , SherifT.',
Nov. 1st, 1911.
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JHE New Bern Banking Trust Company invites the
accounts of farmers with the assurance that they will
.' aj receive every courtesy and the promptest attention,.
This company, moreover, has larger capital than any other fi
nancial institution in this portion of the State and. it is a well
understood principle that the capital of the bank . is the beat
pledge of security for its depositors. We always welcome peo
ple from. out of town at the bank and are always pleased to take
care of packages so that shoppers In town can have every ' convenience.-'
We accept deposits by mail, ' thus enabling out-of
town-patrons to transact their banking business even though
unable to come to the bank. '' v ,' - -:' -
Eii beo;i c::;(i;;g a trust go.
NEW PERN, N. C.;
THE FULTON MFG. CO.
NO COIL rz NO BATTERY
PROOF J DEPENDABLE
The Fulton makes an engine ? Aa a heavy duty engine, . : ,
i Nothing but simplic-l-ty' They cannot be surpassed; :
Can be run by any boy ; . ' And aa the old time story goes.
Large enough to catch a flea. They are mighty good for last
If by chance you want an engine, ; They do away with old time trou-
.- Stop by New Bern over night; : bles, . :- . . .. ;
Mr. C. C Stewart haa them, ' . Such as coil and batter-ies;
And you bet your life they are Andtheenginrrhaa plenty of time
right--. ,-. .- . To sit out and take the breeze.
C. C; STEWART, Agent
P. 0. Box 642
V lWa' aT.
$900.00 x 30 H. P.
5 PASSENGER ;
Fore Door Touring Car
WHEEL BASE 106 inches. '
TREAD 60 Incne.
car of its class with a five-bear-.
ing crank shaft This feature
gives support on each side of
- each connecting rod as it de-
livers Its power stroke; which
insures the' greatest possible
'" rigidity and keepa the 'crank
' shaft in perfect line on its bear
MOTOR -4 inches by 4) inches.;
. Cy'inders cast "separately. L
hpad type, Urge sized valves,
push rods lubricated, insuring a
swevt-running, silent, power
CARBURETOR Model L Scheb
vr (the bent Schebler makes.)
TRANSMISSION -Selective three
six-eds a'd reverse, center con
trol, F, & f . annular ball bear-.
We are daily (xpecfir; a
j sf II 'them (uHyrqv. reJ
and PrestcSiJe Tcr.k, tMIvcrJ
Zxezitt value i.i .'
f -;:y )'f;'l 1') f! f J . -
STEERING GEAR-Worm and
srgtnent adjustable 16 in wheel.
. IGNITION-Dual syst m, Split
- dorf magneto and batteries, one
. set of plugs. . ; ,
BR AKES-Internal expanding,
" external contracting,, on rear
wheels. ' ' "
three-quarter eliptic rear, 1 J
inch wide. . .
FRAME Pressed steel.
CLUrCH-Cbne. . V .'
FRONT. ALE-Drop forged 1
REAR AXLE Semi floating.
WHEELS Artillery, wood, 12
spokes, wide hub flanges. '
8rOKES-U inch spokes, bolt for
TlRES-32-inch by 81 inch .
ccrlonJ cf these cars, End will
f.!..!.;.'r Tc?, C!.- -3 Win !':;:!
i.i Mcv Hera fr M,t:X V,:
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