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Published in Two Sections, every
j t,i Aiiij and Friday at No 45 Polled,
E. J. LAND PRINTING COMPANY
Two Month S .20
Thre eMonths 25
Six Months. SO
Twelve Months. 1.00
Only in advance.
Advertising rates furnished upon
application at the office, or upon in
quiry by mail.
Entered at the Postofnce, New Bern,
N. C a? second-class matter.
George Ipock has been appoint
ed agent for the Journal at Ernul.
He will rceWe and receipt for pay
ments on subscription or advertis
ing and is prepared to let not on
ly the Ernul subscribers but many
others in the same section includ
ing Vanceboro and Vanceboro R.
F. D. 3 know how their accounts
stand, If you have any business
with the Journal call on Mr. Ipock
To meet the problem of the ''hunger
strike" of the militant suffragette ,
Great Britain proposes to pass a law.
That's the way we do it over here.
Simple funeral exercises were held
in Rome for J. Pierpont Morgan.
K13 relatives w io were with him might
have had a grand and impressive affair,
but simplicity these days is synonomous
with good taste and it appears that
the Morgan family have that.
The United States, it appears now,
will be the first to reci gn'ze the new
republic of Chii a. Tl ere is a man
in the Pres'dent'al chair who believes
in government by the consent of the
povtrncd. Trip; arcoun'.G for the warm
iig t p cf this country towrtrt's China.
fenater rirrrr.rrs is responsible for
what we l-elii (- is a ery accurate ccm
parison r f V.'ilsi n with Taf. and Rocse
ve!( . S ,ys he:
''President Wil on weii In men an 1
1 ir itatefi-.ch s. He listens, abso.bs
an 1 1 ' n lcis. President Ta't took
i p a thing tcdsy and dropped it to
irorrow. Roosevelt watched the pop-'-r
wind and sometimes rede it. Mr.
Wilson is weighing everything and
i ybody. It v.cild be a difficult
task to impfs? en him."
R. M. PHILLirS.
The news of the death of Robert
M. Phillips, associate editor of the
Green: boro News, v as a great shock
(o his many friends and acquaintances.
lie was tre of the few newspaper
rrcn 1 nown si! e.ver the State. He
never fai'ed to attend meetings of the
State Press Assccir.tie.n and in his
own edi t rial office in Greensboro he
always had the glad hand for visiting
members cf his profession. lie was
a prominent figure at the Methodist
conferences of the Stale and hatl held
official posit ion on several ocrr.snns
in the General Assembly. These facts
accounted for his wide acquaintance.
Affable and companionable h- made
everybody comfortable in his presence.
His short paragraphs in the News were
quite a feature of the paper, breathing
as tl.ey did an unfailing cheerfulness,
a keen sense cf humor and a hearty
rnd wholesome enjoy mtnt of the plea
sures cf living. Hi; lorger editorials
were marked by practical wisdom,
facility of expression and thoreughness
The newspaper profession in North
Carolina is distinctly the loser as the
result of the death of Mr. Phillips.
The anniial meetings of the Press
Association will be particularly lacking
in good fellowship and joviality be
cause his Egt're will be no longer seen
!n its councils.
DRESS TO PLEASE WHOM?
"What do men rare whether women
adorn their heads with feathers or
bristles, so long ss they look fetching?"
a k; Lord Curzon. Where did the
former Viceroy of India get the idea
that women dress to please men?
New York World.
And where did the World get the idea
that women dress only to please their
half of tie human race? Give names
and specifications. Bloomington Pan
tagraph. The Bloomington Pantagraph U a
new one, but it asks a perfectly per
tinent question. Most matters of
doubt with reference to women by
the way, are not such a puszle as some
people seem to think. Women are
pretty much like men and i: one bears
that in mind and makes it the promise
of I conclusion he will not find the
athoming of the gentler sex an en
tirely baffling problem. To get back
now to the question as to who the wom
en dress to please: They dress to please
themselves and the people they I ke,
me of whom are of their own sex and
some of who are of the opposite sex.
Burlington gets another hoisery mill,
says a nes item. If Burlington can
have several, we wonder why a city
like New Bern couldn't have on. We
a'l want to see this town grow, but it
will grow very slowly unless ome
more manufacturing enterprises arc
Thtt bus! ess down in Mexico has
'jeen called a revolution and an ii -iurrection,
but "Hie late dispatches,
which call it a"me'ce," appear to have
been the most for unate in their choic
of a name.
Mr. McCombs- continues to fli t
with that diplomatic post in Pari .
Perhaps he wi'l have to let his fricnt
Woodrow Wilson, who is no: afraid
A making decisions, make i p his
mind for him.
I Out of the list of candidates for
places on the Board of Aldermen it
ought to be possible to select a first
class board of energetic, level-headed
business men. It is safe to predict
that the next Board of Aldermen will
be one of the most progressive in the
Ibte history of the city.
Americans generally will be sony
that one of those suffragettes in Lon
don who have gone on a strike so fool
ish as a "hunger strike" is an American.
The typical American suffragette is
a woman of much more common sense
than is indicated by the behavios cf
the English apostles of the doctrine
of "votes for women".
Raleigh adopted the commission
form without much of a wrench. It
will find it a harder task to find three
competent men to serve as commis
sioners. Men of initiative and back
bone, such as are needed to manage
the affairs of a complex like a city the
size of Raleigh, and willing to give
up the work they are now engaged,
arc not plentiful.
The tariff bill will be a compromise
measure. It will represent the prin
ciple o "give and take." Represen
tatives of opposing views are indicating
a conciliatory disposition. Und:r the
wise and tactful leade ship of Wood
row Wilson it seems likely that acri
monious deba'e and par.y dissensions
in connection with revision will be
It is said that very violent opposition
to an Eastside pa k may be expected.
Nevertheless the thought of a beauti
ful park on land wrested from the
embrace of the Neus2 and extending
out to water deep enough for large
steamers must be a very agreeable
one to New Bernians who want to see
their city go forv. ard in scenic embellish
ment as well as in industrial and con
It is always interesting to note what
the farn ers are doing. For when they
get thoroughly a:oused to the fact
that they stand between the rest of
'the people and starvati n, conditions
will be easier for every e ne. The
Georgia divisicn of the Farmers Union,
met Thursday and tha advice of one
of the leading speakers was to raise1
less cotton and more hay, grain and
stock. That sounds a good deal like
a reduction in the cjst of living.
By a singular co-incidence there
came immediately following the death!
of Robert M. Phillips, a well known
newspaper man of this State, that of
James G. Boylin, editor of the Mes
senger and Intelligencer of Wr.drsboro,
whose name was almost as well known
in the newspaper world as that of Mr.
Phillips. He had lived and edited a
IV, II . t
i newspaper in waacsDoro icr years ana
was one of the most influential citizens
Reports from Washington indicate
that there is a possiblity of progressive
and conservative Democrats avoiding
a row by parceling out the Federal
offices equally among themselves. The
President is a progressive and naturally
it would seem that the Democrats of
that stripe would have the advantage
but it took the votes of all varieties of
Democrats to elect the President and
no doubt he will not feel like ignoring
the conservative altogether though
nobody can blame him if he shows a
little partiality for the men who were
for him even before he became chief
jehu on the band wagon.
The Democrats are going to graduate
the income tax. Some folks contend
ed that that would not be democratic.
Well, anyhow it will be Democratic.
The Progressives denounce both
Democrats and Republicans. Yet if I
their leader had been nominated by the
Republicans for the Presidency there
would be no Progressives.
Can ron Doubt It?
When the Proof Can Be So Easily
When so many grateful citizens of
New Bern testify to benefit derived
from Doan's Kidney Pills, can you
doubt the evidence? The proof is not
far away t is almost at your door.
Read what a resident of New Bern
says about Doan's Kidney Pills. Can
you demand more convincing testi
mony? C. F. Hargct, 47 Burns St., New
Bern, N. C, 'ays: "I am just as pleased
to endorse Doan's Kidrey Pills at this
time as I was after I first used them some
some year ago. My back ached a
great deal and I bad pain through my
kidney which plainly showed that I
was afflicted with kidney complaint.
Doan's Kidney Pill were procured
from the Bradham Drug Co. and they
so effectively removed my trouble
that I have only had need of them once
since then. At that time they again
acted Dromotlv and nw m ntir
relief. I know that thi preparation I
fhigb? k worth quarters. Apply to East Car-
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 ! i- u - . -.
cents. Foster Miiburn Co.. Buffalo ,;oiina Lumber Co. at Carolina
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
FRIDAY APRIL 4.
W. K. Kellum of lasckonvill
v.13 among the visitors in th; cit
Miss Earle White, Miss Lena Ste
phens and Mrs. F. B. Hooker of Orien
tal were visitors in the city yesterday.
Mrs. J. C. Cox left yesterday for a
visit with relatives and friends at Not
Guy Pope of China Grove was
among the business visitors in the cit
Mrs. H. P. Harding and little daugh
ter of Charlotte, who have been visit
ing the former's father, George N.
Ives, returned home yesterday.
F. H. Sawyer returned last evening
from a business trip to Goldsboro.
Sheriff R. B. Lane returned yester
day morning from a visit at New York.
Edward Bangert of Raleigh ai
rived in the city last evening to attend
the funeral today of Mrs. Caroline
Miss Sadie Rice is a home from the
State Normal fo a few days visi.
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
L. B. Padgett of Greensboro, Sec
e.ary of the Laymen's Movement
of North Carcti.. a i in the city for a
SATURDAY ARPII. 5 g
George N. Ennett returned yesterday
from a business trip to Charlotte. flU
M. D. W. Stevenson left last evening
for a short business trip to Beaufort.
N. T. Weeks of Tuscaroia was in
the city yesterday.
Mrs. J. C. Thomas left last evening
fcr a visit with relatives at Newport.
J. H. Barnes of Croatan was among
the visitors in the city yesterday
J. R. Rice of Bayboro spent yester
day in the city attending to business.
Deputy Marshall Samuel Lilly re
turned yesterday from an official visit
in Pamlico county.
Charles L. Bennett of Reelsboro
spent yesterday in the city.
Miss Etta Nunn left yesterday morn
ing for a short visit at Kinston.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hollister left
yesterday for a visit at Black Moun-
Miss Mary Bryan spent yesterday
at Cove City visiting relatives.
II. A. Reel of Reelsboro was among
the visitors in the city yesterday.
SUNDAY APRIL 6.
- Mrs. H. B. Craven left yesterday
morning for a visit with relatives in
fie western part of the State.
Miss Beulah Holton of Olympia
ss among the visitors in the city
Miss Jennie Coward left yesterday
for a short visit wiih her parents at
Mrs. L. Wallnau returned yesterday
from a visit with relativesjat Enfield
James Hughes left yesterday for
Lt.s Angeles, Cal., where he will make
R. L. Woorhrd of Pamlico county
spent yesterday in the city.
i tern fc. Mooker lelt last even ng
for a visit with relatives in Pamlico
rvl . i). wiley ot Alliance spent yes
terday in tl.e city a'ttending to business
Prof. J. W. Paul, principal of the
Graded School at Reelsboro, was in
the city yesterday.
J. C. Thomas left last evening for
a short visit at Newport.
L. H. Cutler left last evening for a
business visit at Washington, D. C.
W. H. Miskell of Bayboro spent
yesterday in the city.
George Attmore left last evening for
a short visit with relatives at Stone
wall. Col. James A. Bryan left last evening
for Washington, D. C, to attend to
Mark Hall left last evening for a
business visit at Ahoskie.
A. L. Newberry returned last evening
from a short visit at Newport.
Paint your Kitchen
Paint your kitchen walls and wood
work white above the wainscoating.
It keeps soiled hands away. Its
cheerful brightness is always inviting.
One quart of Turpentine added to one
half gallon of L. and M. Shmi-Mixed
Real Paint makes 3 quarts' of the
highest grade of pure paint! and it is
enough to paint a kitchen and two
more rooms. For outside painting the
very highest grade of long life paint,
is made by adding three quarts of
pure Linseed Oil to each one gallon
of L. and M. Semi-Mixed Real Paint.
GVSKILL HARDWARE CO.
Wood sawyer and logging
men at good wages. Pay
every Saturday. Comfortable
City. Pamlico county, near
Olympia, N. C.
Woman's Banger Signals
Hot flashes dizziness, fainting spoiis, headache, bearing-down
feeling and ills of n kindred nature are nature's danger signals.
The female disturbance or irregularity back of these calls for help,
should have immediate care and attention. Otherwise the delicate
female constitution soon breaks down.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite prescription
tor more than 40 roars han been
OS of women year alter year tiiiougnout iu knj lira.
This wonderfully eaef ossful rcm'y imfiarto strength to the entire system
particularly to tho organs distii.ct.iy feminine. Nerves fci-e refreshed. The "tle",
overworked business woman, the run-down houe-wife, and the weary care-worn
mother of a family all wiil ga'n strength from tliis famous prescription which
40 years has demonstrated its effectiveness !3 liquid or Ul.it i form.
SOLP BT DEALERS IS MEPgCtKES.
Writ fir. R. V. Pima' Sootiaiitl of thi Invalid' Hots'
Correspondence Strictly Confidential and no chare.
Dr. Pieroo'9 Pleasant Pellets regulate and Invigorate stomach, liver
and bowels. tsugm-coHtea tiny
CARBONATE OF LIME
& INTO e VQ
t.. r-.'...-r- m
r HIGHLY DULUoLL fUKM j
of (pop FRTI UZERS f?
HtAIIT DF EVERY
Within Twenty-Five Miles of this town is set upon
NEW STORE FOR WOMEN
For Their spring and Summer Outfit.
I invite inspection of my Excellent
Stock of Millinery, Waists, Skirts,
Dresses, Spring Coat Suits, Dusters,
- Raincoats, Underwear, Corsets and
Dry Goods. - -
Also a Full Line of Ladies Hair Goods.
Mrs. B. Allen
Phone 752. ..... Under Janns Hotel.
TOLSON LUMBER & HFQ. CO.
)ffke ani Fa:tary 129 E.
C. L. SPENCER'
ay, Corn Oats,
AND ALL KINDS OF FEED.
SEED A AND ED
Mail Orders Given
Lower Middle Street,
When in Marxet For
Horses, Mules, Buggies
Wagons and Harness see
POLLOCKSVILLE. N. C.
Fine Kentucky Horses and
! otto m nv . nsj.T . n
We offer Ons HSutuired Dollars Re
ward for any case pf Cartarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last IS years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transaction and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by the firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
Hall' Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Testi
monial sent fie:. Price 7$ cents per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Halt's Family Pills for con
lending Its health restoring aid to thou- !
gmunjoa ojlsj- to taao as Uunay
WINS THE HONORS FROM
Oxide of Lime
by $75.00 per acre in a sixteen year
test, and proved beyond question that
.it is a superior fertilizing ingrediant
Brown' C C03 by analitical test
heads the list of fertilizing limes. Fo
full information write at once to
CAR0L1MA COAST LIME CO.
Nt w Bern, N. C.
Front St. New Bern N. C
HIGH GRADE CORN MEAL.
RYE. ItRICK FOR SALE
New Bern, N. C.
Mules on hand at all times
n n -
see ME. J
We are Agents for the
Line of Cultivating Imple
ments. We canty ia stock
their celebrated No. 76 Riding
Cultivator, their Hone Hoe
Cultivators, their celebrated
Seed Drills, Hand Cultivators,
Fire-Fly Garden Plows. We
Invite you to call and inspect
ihle splendid line or drop us
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J. C Whitty &
Dorft Put Ice in
The Drinking Water
Safe Drinking water
ARE opening up a full line of Refriger
YV ators, Zir.c and Porcelain lined. We
have the famous Automatic, the Leonard
cleanable which is among the best built bcxes
in the coifntry. The sanatary arrangement
inside beats all. If you are considering buy
ing, it will pay you to examine these lines.
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Ill 99-1U1 MiJJUJLHj bTKJtfJJKT, Jr 1 LI N UJ 229.
NO. 1 TIMOTHY I1AY
They Are Here !
Come get yours while they
last. The Frank Beasley
is all in one. Everybody needs
one, you most
it off. Now
HAY GRAIN FEED
Cotton Seed Meal
of all. Don't out
is the time buy