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0 / 75
North CaroKnians regardless of
v. het! er they adiiire Joscphrs Daniels
pen nally will feel a sense of prido
at I is being made Secretary of the
Navy. We never could quite see the
reason fen the hostility which has been
. . . m .. . . inicrtaiiicu in cerium quarters ior nun
PsbUthed in Two Sections, every but whatcver it may have been we
Tuesday and Friday at No. 45 Pollick feel sure that it is all forgotten in the
leeling ot appreciation ot the com
pliment that President Wilson paid the
State in naminp- him a mrmtvr rf hie
S. J. LAND PBINTING COMPANY official family.
PKOPRIBTOE8.? Technically, we presume Mr. Daniels
h not especially well qualified for the
I -- duties of the Secretary of the Navy, but
; we do not understand that it has been
j the practice to appoint men to this
Tw Months.. S
fbys e Months
Only In advance.
2g position on the ground of their technical
Iriii'inn T.n ,, " IN 1, n t . 1. a V.Aii Ta
n r ituii.iiij. . n, null. Ul IIIV 1 ' a J
-3 paitment goes on of course whether
.50 the Secretary of the Navy is on his
1.00 pellicular job or not.
The Secretary, however, is respon
sib'e for the policy of the department
as regards whether the influence of
Advertising rates furnished upon ",r se" ana n,s auoaromwea snail pe
,, " , I for extravagant expenditures on the
navy or tor a more mWdest program
and in this connection there is not
anv dncbt hat Mr. Daniels has settled
ai d well thought out opinions.
He will, we think, stand for a less
ambitious naval program than has
been demanded by his predecessor and
he has the backbone to stand by his
convictions no matter how much pres
sure may be brought to bear on him
by the bureau chiefs by- whom he may
application at the office, or upon in
tjuiry by mail.
Entered at the Postoffice, New Bern,
Hi C, as second-class matter.
The Semi-Weekly Journal's appeal, be surrounded.
made a few weeks aeo for more1 But be that as it
news from country correspondents,
had a noticeable effect as we imme
diately received a number of most
interesting letters. Now we are wri
ting again for fear the ardor of our
friends will cool. We urge you to keep
the good work up. Help us make
the Semi-Weekly Journal helpful and
interesting to you.
We regard the letters from our
country correspondents as one of the
means the Journal has of being of
service to the section of country
through which it circulates, These
letters bring the people closer to
gether and tend to the development
of a community interest which is
most helpful. You help your own
community and by suggestion help
other communities by sending us the
news as it transpires in your neigh
borhood, l et us hear fiom you !
Barring one of Chief -Moore's flare
backs with which he afflicted the last
inauguration, the weather conditions
for today promise to be all that could
be desired. But there is always a
chance of a slip betwixt the cup and
the lips .
may, we are all
glad to see this great honor bestowed
on our fellow North Carolinian. He
will worthily wear his laurels.
And we might add in passing that
President Wilson appears' to have been
happy in the choice of all -his cabinet
appointments. As is customary with
him, he looked well before he leaped.
That is a very convincing argument
against the free range made in today's
paper by Mr. Daniel Lane. He shows
that the best results from the busi
ness view point as well as the equity of
the question are on the side of the stock
law. A trial has shown him what he
contends and as every one knows ex
perience is the best teacher. We
think it too apparent to demand
argument that cattle and other stock
cannot in justice be allowed to roam
on the property of persons other than
those who owa that property, unless
of course the owners of the property
do "not object.
The House followed the example
of the Senate in passing the Webb
liquor bill over the veto of the Presi
dent. That Webb bill has proved
amazingly popular. The strength it
has shown in both houses of Congress
indicates a powerful public sentiment
in the nation against the liqour traffic
H. E. C. Bryant, the well known
Washington correspondent, succeeds
, L, Ames Hrown as Washington cones
pondent of the Raleigh News and Ob
server, Mr. brown having secured a
place on the Washington staff of the
New York Sun. Ked Bi: k and the
VT I ....
itews ami eDscrvcr are two nve
ones well matched. Washington
news dished up by him willjimake the
INews and Observer better than ever.
T1 .J .... L f n r r
i ne ueain 01 .vir. u. re. Davis is
inexpressibly sad. Death is deplorable
enougn when it comes tollowing lll
ness. It is vastly more tragic and dis
tressing when it overtakes its prey sud
denly and with violence. The sympa
thy of the whole community will go out
most earnestly to the bereaved family
whose grief is necessarily rendered all
the more keen by the almet total
lack of preparation for (he overwhelm
ing sorrow which has befallen them.
Bi rincrs rr.cn generally ihirk that
they are too busy to discharge the
duties of an Alderman and therefore
feci that they oight net to consent
. l. ir.i. fe . f
iu lk; cdnuiuuics. ui course, n a man s
business is such that it takes all his
available time to attend to i, nrn.vr.rlv
he cannot fairly be expected to take
on extra work. But as the Journal
has remarked before, there are in every
community a number of business men
who are on easy street and can well
afford to give some of their time and
energy lor the good of the city as a
wnoic. l nese men arc in position to
De ert great public service and ought not
to refuse to do so.
Some people take life seriously,
others do not. Some take almost any
disease, from headache or common cold
on up, seriously. Others pass it up as
a small matter. People differ in their
way of doing things, and taking dis
eases is no exception to the rule. Two
people may get typhoid from the same
source, just as poisonous, just as active,
a id all that, but the one case may be
simply poetry beside the other. In a
very large measure every man makes
his own disease.
Dont' judge the viri lence of the ty
phoid bacilli by the virulence of the
disease. A case of walking typhoid is
jast as dangerous around a dairy as a
case that makes pec pic wire friends
and relatives. In fact ,it is los worse.
In a serious case of typhoid the pa
tient would lie in bed and the nurse
Gives the Real Facts In Regard to
Her Case and Tells How She
Joneaboro, Ark. "I Buffered a com
plete break down m health, some time
ago," writes Mrs. A. McGlll, from this
place. "I was very weak and could
not do any work. I tried different
remedies, but they did me no good.
One day, I got a bottle of Cardul. It
did me so much good, I was surprised,
and took some more.
Before I took Cardul, I had headache
and backache, and sometimes I would
cry for hours. Now I am over all that,
and can do all kinds of housework. I
think It Is the greatest medicine on
In the past fifty years, thousands of
ladles have written, like Mrs. McGill,
to tell of the benefit received from
Such testimony, from earnest women,
surely Indicates the great value of this
tonic remedy, for diseases peculiar to
women. Are you a suffererT Yes?
Cardul is the medicine you need.
We urge you to try It
N. B. TFrirt to ; Latlir. ' Advisory Dept., Chatta.
koota Medicine Co., Chananoosa. Tern., for SpeeM
lutructimtt, and 64-p.r book. Home Tnif 1
J Weeaa," sent In plain wrapper, on request.
IN LOCAL P, 0.
Stamp and General Delivery Win
dow Will Remain Open
All During Day.
TWO CLERKS ADDED TO FORCE
Changes Also Made In the Hours
Of Collection Patrons
Beginning to day there will be sev
eral changes made in the local post
office which will be a great benefit to
the patrons ot this office. In the first
place the clerks and carriers will be
laced on 8 hour schedule. This
has made nccessaay for the
addition of two new clerks in order
to handle the business in this period
Hereafter the stamp and delivery win
dows will be open all during the day
instead of closing during the period
that the mails arc being put up as has
here:otore been the case.
Poitamstcr J. S. Basnight has issued
the following statement relative to
the changes which go into effect today:
To tie Public:
B 'ginning March 4th the new law
directing that Clerks and Carriers
shall be placed on a day of 8" hours
service in a 10 consecutive hour day"
will become effective. The Depart
ment has authorized me to add to
the force of this office two auxiliary
would in all probabili.y wash her I clerks in order that tie Law could
lj . r 1 i l :ut- ..-a -a :., -
nanus Deiore coming in
But how are we to tell typhoid when
every man makes his own typhoid?
That is just where the difference comes
in between a real doctor and one that
isn't. Almost anv one can euess tv-.
phoid when all the symptoms and inefi- window will
cations are lust as stated in text-books. ! Tom y:4S a.
but when a lot of difference comes up,
and things seem all mixed, the good
doctor or diagnostician is the only kind
you want. Fortunately for both dec
tors and patients, there is a way to
tell typhoid in spite of conflicting
symptoms. All that is necessary is to
send a drop of the patient's blood on
a clean piece of glass to the State
Laboratory of Hygiene. By laboratory
examination one can be absolutely sure
about the presence or absence of ty
phoid. An ever increasing number of
doctors are availing themselves of this
means ot venfvine their diagnosis.
I his is right and proper. That
be made possible and effective at this
By this change I am pleased to
state that hereafter the Stamp and
General Delivery windows will re
main open, all day, Irom 7 a. m. to
7 p. m. and the General Delivery
be open on Sundays
m. until th; morning
The Sunday morning
be made from 7 to
mails arc u.
8 a. m.
The 6 to
will not be
6:30 p. m. Collection
made hereafter. Be
ginning today the last Collection
will be made from 3:33 to 4:20 p m.
J. S. BASNIGHT, Postmaster.
WOULD BAR KISSING GAMES
TUESDAY, MARCH 4
W. B. Hanff who has been spending
a few weeks in the city left yesterday
for New York from which place he
will sail in a few days for his home in
the Canal Zone.
Clyde Morton of Hubert has arrived
in the ci.y and accepted a position in
the mechanical department of the
D. L. Ward returned last evening
from a professional visit at Bayboro.
The condi. ion of Miss Mamie Broad
street, chief ontrator at the local office
of the Home Telephone and Telegraph
Company, who wa.i taken to Stewart's
sanitorium several days ago to be
treated for an attack of appendicitis,
is much improved and her early re
covery is anticipated.
Miss May Morton of Beaufort spent
yesterday in the city visiting friends.
Mrs. P. H. Pelletier of Trov. N. Y.
arrived in the city last evening and is
a guest oL Mrs. Raymond Pollock.
I Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Blades returned
bst evening from a visit at Raleigh.
I N. T. Weeks of Tuscarora was
among the business visitors in the city
WEDNESDAY, MARCH S
Mrs. Lt H. Bennett of Forest Park,
Baltimore, who has been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Sawyer, returned home,
D. E. Henderson returned yesterday
from a professional visit at Tenton.
G. V. Richardson of Dover was
among the business visitors in the
city yesterday. .
Charles Coplon returned last evening
from a visit to New York and Balti
more to purchase a stock of spring and
summer goods for S. Coplon & Son's
big department store.
Mrs. James Spruill of Ash wood
spent yesterday in the city shopping,
i Mrs. Laura Davis of Beaufort ar
rived in the city last evening from Nor
folk where she had been visiting to
attend the funeral of her son D. R.
A recent medlo.il publicntlou. prtrtlo
olnrly Intended for undergraduate,
contained vnrlons chapters ethics. le-
A'?VOC ATES SICCK DIP
gal forms, economies, etc. That
book should be nttrnctire several
Allow me space.
rng. which wor-ld, in he course of
t vo year-, break un t e breed el
' er x -ks fi!' s1-'1 ther pests as may get
I Law mak ts and country men cherish
the- hear, cf the man who is under the
in your paper to i.ad. ict ,ha Brwiai :nt,Qt ;..,
Favor3 This R
'tunes were decided on. and n lihotoRrn-if" W fftPtcB on tne mi.ca icarea hrge areas of cleared land fence it or
ber was cnllcd In In lie course of iforced?t , something
the discussion ns to subjects suitable : fel!ow-co .ntryr. en's interest
'many suggestions were made until stake.
bey came to tbe chapter "The Mis
fakes In Medlcnl Practice."
"That's dead easy," the camera nrtlst
said promptly. "I'll Just go ont and
Iihblojti-n'pli n passing fnnenil." Lip
- arc at
raised in the highly cultivate! land cf
Maryland and every man had to keep
im ll! i.-iVn rnl-tla nnfl v.-, lnil rrY.rrl
Diolomatic. L,,i ,"t.... ,u -a:.: a:rr ,
atrx. wuuiuui pnieeeueti 10 use Buuii-:ncrc. while this is an old country IT
very plain language. land around Vanccboro, trn? ye upg
! Mr. Wombat objected. jmen have cleared up one th'rd of the
: "Ain't what I anlif true?" demanded i land in the last few years. Tl ey Lo i;ht
I tins land ot tneir parents ao hvc
'grown rich and who, now that their
wealth is made, are kind-hearted and
ItT 1 am it n J; not worth fnnriinr. malro th
hen mv ui. l.
I',,. ivurontiLHe aim ne win una some
smart, energetic man getting rich on
if. Some man v.lm ran nastiif- rattl
At first I wish to say it is no personal ua one hundred dollars an acre and
or selfuh motive on mv pari because and H is worth one hundred rfriHara
i sen aoout lour thousand dol ars every timi it r
worth ol woven fence a year. First i
1 want to sav that I was born and the ba'.a.s a chince.
D. W. COPPAGE.
pavs six per cent?
Fence your land. Kicker, and give
xes, nut. woman, De more diplomat
ic. Ton talk as if yon were abrosntinj!
s treaty." Louisville Courier-Journul.
"Mn, dOcs pa help to clean the
"What a question: Of course he
"But I beard hlra telling Mr. Jngji
that be fell off the water wnjron the
other night." Bnltinjore American.
would love to help thcicr younger men
by allowing them to let their cattle
graze on their' land wh'.le they till the
Here is where a young or old man can
get from six to fifty dollars an acre for
his land. For example: Last year I
worked eleven acres and received eleven I
A Famous Runnor,'
The feats ot Krnesl Mensen In the
jnitBdh! f l!u last evaiury make the
1 tylcs;:i.;n feats or Hie present .day
look inslgu;:ler.:it He was a man who
Urat cnuie mUcr notice by running
from Tails to Moscow, n distance of
1,7(10 miles, in thirteen days and eight
een botux. In littti be ran through
Central Asia from Calcutta to Constan
tinople, bearing dispatches for the Bast
India company. Tbe distance Is 5,01
miles, and be accomplished It In fifty
nine days, one-third of tbe time takei
THURSDAY, MARCH 6
Rev. B. F. Huske left last evening
for a visit with friends' at Kinston.
Miss Alice Sloan of Morehead City
spent yesterday in the city as the guest
of Mrs. C. D. Bradham.
S. W. Fcrebee of Pamlico county
was among the business visitors in the
Robert Russell has returned from
Philadelphia where he has been for
Jesse Sigsworth, representing the
Williams Construction Company, of
Chicago left last evening for a business
trip to Goldsboro.
Miss Ethel Whitehurst of Oriental
is in the city visiting relatives.
Mrs. J. B. Watson left yesterday
morning for a short visit with relatives
H. A. Reel of Reelsboro was among
the business visitors in the city yester
day. Albert Marks returned to the Uni
versity of North Carolina yesterday
after a short visit here with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Marks.
W.. D. Barrington left yesterday for
a business visit at Richmond, Va.
Mrs. Fred. R. Frank of Atlanta,
Ga., is the guest of Mrs. C. M. Willis
at her home No. 66 Metcalf street.
Mrs. Bayard Wootten returned last
evening fnem a short visit at Morehead
City and Beaufort.
Jutt the Other Way.
Little Dolly-1 imveu t had a spank
ing all day. Uticle Henry-Been a
good girl, eh? Little Dolly-OU. it
Isn't thatl Maninui bns been perfectly
angelic Philadelphia Iteeord.
Yonkers Woman Also In Crusade
Against Freak Dances.
Yonker, N. Y., March 3 The blue
He must be selfish indeed who does
not sympathize with Woodrow Wilson
in the satisfaction which he naturally
leels at being elevated to the chief
omce in the gilt ol the people of the
United States. The incident is an
illustration of solid worth receiving
its reward and whenever that happens
the normal, healthy mind is obliged
to look on with approval.
President Wilson will do what he
thinks right. He will make mistakes,
of course, and some that his best friends
will find it hard to account for and
hard to excuse. But the new Preriden
is entirely honest and sincere and sect
errors as he may make will be lionet
TU. . . .
inc great essential in viewirg
the various pi-blic acts which will
constitute his Presidential career is to
omit to getaneray with him beran
he chances to think differently on this
or emu question from the one observ
ing him. So, Democrats and admirers
of hlr. Wilson generally will do wcl:
to judge him charitably and uniformh
give him credit for onorl ii,.,
We believe he is going to prove to
""e me oest rresidents the coun
try has ever had and that in him fron
the beginning to the end of his admin
titration the average man will have a
friend and sympathizer. Foi
Wilson is himrelf a plain man and he
knows better than almost any President
we have had the aims and the aspira
tions, the tasks and the difficulties of
the rank and file of the people.
llere is the conclusion of the inau
gural address it contains the key tt
the soul of Woodrow Wilson:
'This is not a day of triumph; it is
day of dedication. Here muster,
not the forces of party, but the for
ces of humanity. Men's hearts wail
upon us; men's lives t.ang in the bal
ance; men's hopes caH upon us. to
say what we will do. Who shall live
up to fhe great trust? Who dares fail
rV?1 ! umn"co "!l honest men,
all patriotic, all forward-looking men)
to my side. God helping me, I will not
fail them, if they will but conuael
and sustain me!"
proper. i nai is i : r i . . ..
. i T-i .' i ... camuuiKii in lonners. enat nan
wuae u.e lauoraeory is ior, ana tne :.ninff : th naaMap f a rn ,
more it is used the tower the typhoid law n &velofM r a IWment to
rate . ooara oi ncaiin tress i .. j u'n. i i.-:
iicgui uc uaiiLC nans .11111 promote rne
TWO IN THE CABINET.
The news flashed over the wires
last night that President Wilson had
selected David F. Houston, president
of Washington College, of St Louis,
Mo., as Secretary of Agriculture.
This information is exceedingly
gratifying to the people of North
Carolina. To have in the cabinet as
Secretary of the Navy a citixen of the
State, and to have as Secretary of Ag
rigulture one who while a resident of
another State, was born and reared
in the State is a source of gratification
Dr. Houston was born in Union
county, North Carolina, about 45
years ago, His father was Henry
Houston and his mother's maiden
name was Stevens, and his people for
generations back have lived in Union
and Mecklenburg counties.
They are of strong, sturdy stock,
clean, vigorous and healthful in thought
and life. Secretary Houston has many
relatives in the State, Dr. W. B. Hous
ton, a dentist of Monroe being his
brother. Raleigh News and Observer
WEDDING CARDS OUT
Beaufort, March 5. Cards have
Decn issued in this city for the wedding
of Mr. W. E. Swann, cashier of the
Beaufort Banking and Trust Co., and
M4S Mane Gardner ol Macon, N
on March 18 at Gardners Ba
cnarch in Mucon.
A New York deiirner innninim ih,.
perter own with 120 buttons on it
Mere likely a " erfect nuiunr." ii
tl ey are all up the back.
'erfectly stunning affai
Hien, but it will be icon
where tlsc today than
r that inau
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Cartarrh that
canrot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financiallv
able to carry out any obligations made
by tie firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
Hall's Catsrrh Cure is taken int.,.,.
slly, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. TmL
moniuis sent free. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Sold by all Druggist..
Take Hail's Family Mb for con
bunny-hug, turkey trot" and other
modern dances, now threatens to re
suit in the elimination of kissing games
at nouse parties.
Miss Margiret S Dodze. a oubl
stenographer, who lives in Bryn Maw
r . i. L i t .
rarn, which recently acquired some
.fame though th rouge ' the protest
oi six . oi its citizens against
oeing overpaid ior tneir service
as street opening commissioners, has
come out publicly demanding that a
end be put to the practice of kissing
at parties, miss Looge said tnat kiss
ing games and holding hands shoud
be discouraged in every way possible
"cwium: i iicu evii tendencies and
that in their stead nlentv of whole
some fun be provided and encouraged
miss uoage nas taken an active in
tcrest in the dance hall movemen
1 he Alder (fn have not yet passed
the ordinal reeulatin? thes. Hin
piaces, but public sentiment has bee
aroused to such a pitch that there it
no doubt that they will soon pass it.
ENJOY CHAFING DISH PARTY
Younltfeop,e S.Fend Elng ' at
iTiutcvmi ram Honor
n lony party ol vounr ni
joyed a delightful chafing dish party
ai wnitecrest tarm on last eveninr
nuiim Ol 1VI1SS rtlir Ma n
J r t ,
aer oi i arooro. iv p ,l
has been the guest of Mi I i.
ior tne past two weeks m wk
. - . . - - - wa.v ( C
turns noine mis morning.
. k"". .no...,: Wie tup to tne tarro,
which is operated bv Mr AHnlnK Nf.-
in two large touring cars. There they
partook of delightful creations from
the chafing dish and spent a very
ii.a.,Hiii huui. rn irmnt in ih.
shortly after ll o'clock. Those parti
cipating in the narfv m M;....
! r . r.
wvice rcnucr oi l arbroro, Sara Richard
son, uiura ives, Maah Congdon. Sara
Stwnrt 4 hj-a, O. I .
ii it u? T fireet, jr.. Monroe
Howell, Walter Sanfcorn .AHnlnh M...
ana e unisg nagg. - -
DIG INTO PETRIFIED FOREST
Atlantic Citv. March A A
fied forest, thirty feet below tie sur
nas be?n discovered near Pakers
Wile. Workmen excavating a !.
mine" kept striking harrl
Warren Somer, owner of tht trad
Snt some of this substance to the Stat
eoloeist for analvi anH ,.. ;..!
,v . .1 , ' .v.tcu wuru
that the specimen was petrified wood.
sav lorest covers nearly one hundred
li,k ,!,W th ,ndi"n memorial
New York la nf r.nV A ' '
tlM sculptor has thniirhirll , . J I i
from decking the Indian wiih a silk
BOUND OVER ON LIQUOR SEL
James McCullen, colored, who was
placed under arrest early last Saturday
morning by Policeman A. A. Ipock
on a warrant charging him with re
tailing spirituous liquors, was given a
preliminary hearing yesterday after
noon before Mayor McCarthy. Mc
Cullen entered a plea of not guilty to
-tne enrage against mm but Irom the
evidence the Mayor found prob
able cause and bound him over to
the next e:m of Superior Court under
a bond of one hundred dollars and al
lowed him one day's grace in which to
s?curc this bond.
Ii those hikers keep up their denunci
ations Riltimorc may regret having
done away with her old ducking-stool.
. There. is liable to be an upward pro
vision of Jcffersonian simplicity henceforth.
Fast Being RealUed by New Barn
A little backache at first.
Daily increasing till the back is
lame and weak.
Uninary disorders may quickly fol
Dropsy and often Bright's disease.
This frequently is the downward
course of kidney ills.
Don't take this courc. New Bern
residents should profit by the follow
Mrs. R. C. Jackson, 506 F.. l.enoir
St.. Kinston. N. C. says: "I am
pleased to say. that Doans Kidney
Pills have been of great benefit to me.
I was greatly annoyed by dull paia
across the smill ot my bacit and i
could not rest well. In the morning
when I got up, I had but little strength
or energy and I was often bothered
by headaches and attacks ef dizziness
Soon after 1 tecan taking l:an t
Kidney Pills. I was entirely relieved
and my health inproved."
For sale bv all dealeis. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn to., Ivittialo
New York, sole agents for ihc United
Remember the name- Dstn s and
take no other.
hundred and forty-nine dollars from I b' ,cfravHn- fhroHt.
the sale of the products of the Irnd
Many do even better than .this. lhe
maicnty of . the people have small
plac;s and by tilling them well arej
ikn-; some money and -it Ihs-y are. i
allowed to own a few covrs to cat thej
reeds and grass near tjieir vjiojnea it
means dotlais for NortrfCciorina.
Right here is the important question
I want them to answer instead of
ostiaciin-? all men who arc not rich
and killing all the cows that a tick
may bite. Can't they use the same
energy and influence to get the State
to appropriate a sto;k dip near
employment for hlni v;us as the IMS
senger extraordinary tt sovereigns. Ht
run from country to country, beariiu.
letters und dispatches of tbe highest;
Importance, and always heating mount
ed couriers matched against him. He
never walked, invariably be took tbe
direct route to his destination, climb
ia.-: mountains, swimming rivers and
guiding himself through forests In
way known only to himself. Ills food
was a small ijuantlty of raspberry
sirup. Pearson's Weekly.
TOLSON LUMBER & fTFG. CO
Office and Factory 129 E.Front St. Ne ,v Bni N. C
When in Market For
Horses, Mules, Buggies
Wagons and Harness see
POLLOCKSVILLE, N. C.
Fine Kentucky Horses and Mules on hand at all times
TERMS REASONABLE. SEE ME.
LAYMEN DECIDE ON NEW CEN
TRAL ORGANIZATION OF
Sloan's Liniment is a quick
and reliable remedy for lame
ness in horses and other farm
"Roan"! Liniment ....
thing on .arth foSSThowS
ai.d other bora allm.nu. I woald
slMp without II In bit .tibl,
M Wart 1SU St., Knrterk C1j.
' mt A l
i.V ' . " 1 aaa a mam
VIM an ntil oa aar aaek aad ona
Jjsttaof UjMmnt tl!Si
arad W. I keep h all the lime for
is a quick and safe renuslj
for hog cholera.
Cewrnr f Osarafa ee
S W. I lal-.ea far He. Chefara.
I bawd Got. Bron (wboU quit, a
firmer) aa. I hat he had aerer W a
cnoiermBM taaa mm reamed v
a uareatedraaaaed aj aafklnaaV"
BATaaaAB tUHT MSWS.
a AH Deader. SVevSta. tUm.
hsss Dr. lari g. nmm. Bast
a . , .
m a meeting oi tne general com
mittee of the Laymen's Missionary
Moven ent held last night in the parlor
of Cen.enary Methodist church steps
were ts Ken looking to the appointment
of a n w committee to takethe nlan-
oi tne committee as now constituted
and which was thought, to be "rather
large lor a permanent committee. On
motion oi William Uunn. r.. it was
decided to ask the oast or of everv
church in the city to name one member
of his church to serve on a nominating
iiniiiniacr ,wiutn win meei soon ancr
appointment with Chairman Brinson
hnd name a permanent committee of
The committee also vioted to dirrrt I
Secretary W. G. Boyd to write all the
' a - . . I
pastors and urge upon them the prompt
carrying out of the resolutions adopted
i iut convention caning ior tne ap
pointment of a missionary committee
in every church, only one or possibly
two oi -tne cnurcnes navim? a vr-r
. . . .. . . j
carneo out these resolution.
Saving and Earning
No matter how much money you earn, you
Jio not get along well unless you save a
part of It. When your money comes In,
you should always plan to deposit a portion
of It with the New Bern Banking & Trust
Co., where you money will draw interest
at the rate of 4 per ct. compounded four
times a year. This rate of Interest is really
better than the income from many kinds
of investments, and the money is constany
protected against any possible loss.
DEPOSITS ACCEPTED BY MAIL
IN ANY AMOUNT.
NEW BERN BANKING & TRUST C?
CAP I TAX $ 100,000.00
OPEN AIR SCHOOLS.
open-air schools are aettine in tw.
uite a fad. Frem all reports and sta
tistics it is a mignty good fad, too.
upen-air schools are largely what ,
tneir name implies. 1 hey sre made
so as to set the benefit of all the fr. . I,
'Pen air there is going. Furthermore! I
nc irean air la not auDerhciti.il rru.t.
ed, or dried out by coming into con
tact with overheated stoves, furnaces
and steam piped. In severe winter
weather some heat is provided, but not
enough to raise the temperature much
"ver 55 or 60 rW rtvu A las(FA tin..
Vsr of windewt are provided and the
enhdrea get the benefit of s lot of
'k?1 t 'r nd u"''Kht- ' Furthermore,
wc inutrren are warnly dressed' and
are fed ha abundance of good, mb
stantbl, heat-producing, tisi.e-build-Vjfc
'owL In many cases various forms
of reclining chairs are provided, and
in these the children are required to
rem ana tase a nap lor an hour or
more shortly after noon. The results
are marvelous. Weak, anemic, back
ward children take on flesh, gain in
strength, and learn more rapidly than
ever before. In fact, the whole ex
periment is proving ao successful that
( open-air schools are being advocated
ano frequently provided for
nearty, strong children, and
Bellair Stock and Fruit Farm.
G. T. RICHARDSON,' Proprietor.
I have Full Blood Angus Bulls and Heifere for sale
immune from Texas fever, also full blood Berkshire
Ho?s. You areN cordially invited to visit farm and
O. 7. RICHARDSOPs
New Bern. N. C. R. F. D.. io. 'A
Phone, Bellair line, ,4 rings,
claimed tmt the
making progress in their tti
developing that healthy, rc
pearance hwell worth the
when win North Car. I ma U
with at least a few opcr.iii
la her largest cities ar.d t
Beard of Health Presa v, v ,..
FARMS N ASSET, Proprietor
66-68-7 Middle St. NE : :
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