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I LLIL I
Publlabed in Two Bootlon, even
Tuesday and Friday at No. 45 Pollock
E. J. LAND PRINTING COMPANY
Two Months 1 1
Only In advance.
Advertising rates furnished upon
application at the office, or upon in
qutry by mail.
Entered at the Postoffice, New Bern,
N. C, as second-class matter.
George f pock h ;s been appoint
ed agent for the Jourcal at Emu).
He will receive 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 deaj raore cncaply than they have been
with the Journal call on Mr. Ipock j doing, but they will have to worry along
oi a smaller profit than twenty per
I cent on their money which they will
Wilmington tar has a headline, no doubt gladly do rather than throw
"Narrow Escape From Auto WUI."up the chance tQ make any profits t
you uo nave to Keep a sump ivwvm ' aj
el e one oi cm will surely get you.
A Harvard exiert says that the
exilement of- watching profcssknal
baseball is harmfi 1. New Bern is not. .
in danger this year at any rate.
Montenegro appears roue p y...,us a . from a Tarboro paper
in declaring that it will hold Scutar. . 8howing -n pace a)so
come wnat win, uur " '"." blind tiger have been brazen in tru-ir
display of nerve Austria-Hungry in of Iaw and also that one of
telling the rest of the powers what they them finay gfew over bo,d and fc
must do is by no means a slouch. hands of The anj.
cle .which we cannot print in full as it
Richard Croker, who ,s a -pretty U fc ycry ,engthy and rechea
good judge of men says that Wilson I that could hardly at this
will make a fine President and that day be q(
Brvan is a great man and will solve the , ... ... ,
wjui8iwi ia o capture of the astonishing quantity of
problems attaching to his position. I . .. . . . ...
6 , i 488 gallons of intoxicating liquors on
The present Tammany chief is not of a manR H
expressing out loud his opinion of the The suff was A hh
two men thus warmly praised by Croker. (( was a big hau, fof the Tar.
... , , , Tboro police and they are to be con
Schenectady Socia tist office-holder I , . . . : . ,
... , u gratul ited for breaking up such a
are somewhat perturbed because oi the . . .
H- ... notorious place. Officers everywhere
fact that their party organization is, . . . .
...v... v , b who exert themselves to enforce the
demanding that they divade their u-l-.- i l. u i. .l
. . 'prohibition laws should have the sup-
salanes with it. They ougjit not to i , . . , . .
, . J port and commendation of their com-
urnrrv nhnu thnt What nolltlCal, . . .
. s . , . . .
party does not demand that, in spirit
if not in letter, of its appointees?
Fatalities in the coal mines of the
United States in 1912 were fewer in
number in proportion to the number of
men employed that they hae been
in a similar period, at any time in the
history of coal mining in this country.
Coal is being mined now with less
danger to the miners than were before.
Nevertheless 2,300 men lost their
lives in coal mining operations last
year and the industry i; yet altogith- r
too hazardous. The Bureau off Mines
is doing a great service but much re
mains to be done.
"ONE OF THE BEST"
Mr. H. K. Land, of the New Bern
Jounal, called on us Wednesday
night and spent a few hours with us.
The Land Brothers are progressive
and have made of the Journal one of
the best morning papers in the State.
We were glad to have this visit from
brother Land and hope to have him
visit us again. La Grange Sentinel.
EASY TO FORGET PLATFORM S.
Funny how easy it is to forget a
plaftorm. Here the Progressives in
Congress have been shouting for all
tariff revision by a tariff commission
as if that were all th.it ccld be done
about tariff extcrtion when the fact
is as was pointed out by a L'emocratic
representative Saturday the tariff
plank in the platform if the Progres
sive Party first called for a a m mission
and then concluded by aying: "The
work of the commission should not
prevent the in mediate ad. ption of
acts reducing th se schcd.l s generally
recognized as txcesshc." The in
cident shows up the will know practice
of politiciars of trying to run with the
hare and hi nt with the hoi nds.
NO OCCASION FOR CRITICISM.
A few days ago Secretary of State
Bryan (ave a dinner at which grape
ju'ce was served in tie place of wine.
As wai quite to be expected the in
cident called (er much comment, seme
of it fsvorabk- and some of it unfavo -able.
'I he gist of the lavoraU-.-, an 1 in
our opinien tic sensifle, comment is
t forth in tie statenent of G'orgc
Bernard Shaw, a well knowa English
writer. He says that tho-e of Mr.
Bryans guests who critized him adverse
ly were guilty of a gross abuse of hos
pitality and affront to the social
decenices. He rubs salt nto thef wound
thus inflicted by remarking that it
only shows tl.e brutalizing effect of
the the drink habit when all this bother
is made by its votaries hecau: e a com
pany' of both sexes, cosspe a d per
sumably of intellectual and sober per-
riv,., ,or une mwu . me
consume uconouc ucv-
gives nryan a nine rap.
"if kL"!!Lli '
that the serving o .even
N dJMOMC man an, in-
imating that pure water would have
been the only beverage necessary.
ONE IDEA OF A FAIR PROFIT.
Mr. Cha lis M. Sc'.wab is alleged to
have toW Congressman "Loyd that he
makes 20 per tent, on an investment of
$37,000,000. This, be it remembered, is
the same Chart, s M. "Schwab who de
lates that he will have to go out of
Uiir.ess if the cxisiting tariff duties on
iron and steel are materially reduced.
Has it ct me to the pass where the
pampered pets of Protection regard as
a losing business any investment which
yields a profit less than 20 per cent,
ne.? Norfolk Virginian Pilot.
It is such huge profits as those
Schwab admits that he has made that
males the sentiment for a reduction of
the tariff so strone. Nobodv wants to
see factory operatives thrown out of)
employment, but there are millions of
people who would like to see it more
diffic It for men of the .Schawb type
to clean up twenty per cent, profit
when the operatives under him get
only a bre living. These millions arc
not Socialists as some would argue
They are merely men who believe that
the principal of protection tends to
place in the possession of a few vast
sums of money that they could not
begin to earn under a tariff for revenue
As for the throwing of men out of
employment, it is to be doubted if a
lower tariff will have any such resale.
The t ir iff barons can continue to keep
the sane nun ber of men emploed at
the same wages and yet sell a great
A Journal reader noticing articles
in the paper calling attention to num
erous "hauls" of blind tiger whiskey
made by the local officers, has handed
. . , ... ..
Wp rf olaH tn rnmn u with th..
r.Ki m .. t tn m.nhnn t h I aphnri in
cident as it serves along with a great
many similar occurrences to show how
determined and aggressive arc the
men who want to sell liquor in definance
oflawand how strenuous and persever
ing must be the efforts to keep these
men from carrying out their unlawful
Before vaccination was discovered
and applied, smallpox killed 60,000
people in England. In that country
today there are fewer deaths from
smallpox than from any other com
municable disease. Board of Health
A great meeting of suffragists in
Londtn at which Mrs. O. H. P. Bel
mont and Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt
of New York occupied scats on the
platform, denounced forcible feeding
of suffragists in jail for arson and other
fo ms of destruction of property. The
English authorities have no doubt
concluded that forcible feeding is a
bad policy. Making a suffragist take
nourishment against her will suggests
the difference that exists between lead
ing a horse to water and making him
drink. Israel Zangwill, the novelist,
denounced the Liberal ministry at
the above mentioned meeting as a pack
of backboneless mongrels. What, is
needed, it appears, is for sorre suffragist
to be all wed to starve herself to death.
This sounds a bit coldbl oded, bit at
the present high cost of living what
must be thought of the person who
won't take advantage of rations that
can be had for nothing?
Every Household la New Bern
Should Know How to Resist It.
If your back aches because the kid
neys are blockaded,
Yo i should help the kidneys with
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially
for weak kidneys.
Recommended by thousands here's
testimony from this vicinity.
Mrs. C. Holland, 206 E. Peyton Ave.,
Kinston, N. C, says: "I do not hesitate
in the least to recommend Doan'
Kidney Pills for they have been very
beneficial to me. I suffered constantly
from backache aid I had pains in my
loins. Headaches and dizzy spells
bothered me and I rested very poorly
at night. One of my relatives who had
used Doan's Kidney Pills with good
results, told me about them and 1 got
a Ktirinlv. This ram4v ininritvf.fi m v
condition j, .very way and 1 feel
)uUiM pubUcy endoriing it
For sale by all dealers.
Foster-M lib ura Co., Buffalo,
N Yofk' olc Meats for the United
Rente other the name Doan's aa
. w f (Ad v
TUESDAY, APRIL 29.
S. A. Startling of Hubert was in the
city Sunday nigiu on h s way to Wash
ington on business a trip.
J. F. Wooten of Jacksonville was a
business visitor in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Maud Cobb of Polloksville
was among the visitors in the city yes
Ex-Judge D. L. Ward returned yes
terday morning from a visit to Rich
mond on professional business.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Turner, who
have been spending the winter here,
lsft yesterday morning for their Jicir.e
in New York.
Eddie Burke of Goldsboro arrived
in the city la t evening for a short
Dr. R. N. Duffy returned last even
ing from a professional visit at Cove
Hugh Wood, who is connected with
the Goldsboro Gas Company, returned
to Goldsboro last evening after a visit
here with relatives.
Wade Meadows left last evening o
a busine s visit at Raleigh.
G neral Superintendent W tt of the
Norfolk Southern Railway Company
was among the visitors in the city
John G een left last even'ng fcr a
bus ness visit in western Nor.h Caro
lina. U. S. Deputy Marshal Samuel Lilly
retu ned last evening from an official
visit at Vane boro.
W. S. Chadwick of Morehead City
spent yesterday in the city with friends.
T. D. Wiley of Pamlico county spent
yesterday !n the city.
Mrs. M. T. Lewis of Beaufort is in
the city visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. W. Stevenson
returned last evening from a visit with
relatives at Philadelphia, Pa.
Wm. Dowdy left on the midnight
train for a business visit at Elizabeth
City and Norfolk.
Judge H. G. Connor of Wilson ar
rived in the city last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fodric and Miss
Mary Winfield left last evening for a
short visit at Clarks.
Henry Bryan, Jr., left last evening
for a business visit at Goldsboro.
Miss Edna Johnson has returned
from a v sit at Morehead City.
K. B. Stewart of Newport was a
visitor in the city yesterday and re
newed his subscription to the Journal
to which he has been a subscriber for
over thirty years. He says the cold
snaps have damaged crops somewhat.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30.
Father Jospeh Gallagher returned
last night from a visit at Washington.
George W. Mie'yette of Oriental was
among the business visi.ors in the city
J. G. Hardison left last evening fcr a
short visit at Thurman.
R. E. Whitchurst of Morehead City
returned home last evening after-- a
short professional visit in the city.
Dr. H. M. Bonner left last evening
for a professional visit at Beaufort.
Mrs. R. T. Bonner of Aurora was
among the visitors in the city yesterday.
She was enroutc to Morehead City to
vioit her son, Dr. K. P. Bonner.
Ex-Judge W. S. O. B. Robinson of
Goldsboro spent yesterday in the city
attending Federal Court.
George E. Hood of Goldsboro was
among the professional visitors in the
U. S. Deputy Marshal Samuel Lilly
returned last evening for an official
visit at Vanceboro.
THURSDAY, MAY 1.
B. Allen, who has been spending
several days in t':e city with his family,
left last evening for his home at New
Charles Simpson of Riverdalc was
among the visitors in the city yester
day. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Henderson left
last evening for a visit at Kinston.
W. B. H. I! landlord returned last
evening from la business trip to Golds
boro. F. H. Sawyer return. d last evening
from a business visit at Goldsboro.
J. M. Howard left last evening for
a short visit at La Grange.
Prof. E. C. Bowerseick of Wilming
ton arrived in the city last evening
for a business visit.
Miss Hatchic Harrison returned last
evening from a visit at Washington.
Dr. and Mjs. Joseph F. Patterson
returner last evening from a weddiug
trip to several northern cities. They
are stopping at the Gaston Hotel.
Amonia Exum, colored, was brought
fo this city yesterday afternoon from
Dover and placed in jail to awa t the
next etrm of Craven county Superior
Court for the trial of criminal cases on
a charge of assaulting a companion
with a deadly weapon.
OI AFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
t , local applies ions, as they cannot
r.u-h the diseased portion of the ear,
There is only one way to cur? deafness,
and that is by constitutional renu-di. s
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi
tion oi the mucous lining of the K.uta
chian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperlrct hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, Deafnes is the result.
and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever: nine cases out of ten
are ramu-d hv Catarrh wfiirh in not hint, I
but an inflamed condition of the mucous
: - , : a i
F. J. CHENEY, ft CO.,
SoM by Druuista. 75c.
Taka Hall's Family Pills for consti-
Buy a Johnston."
BECAUSE a Johnston Mower has gone through
the experimental stage and has become stand
ardized. Changes are made only when it is
absolutely certain the change will be an improve
ment. Even then the "improved" machine' is tried
out before it is put on the market generally.
When you buy a Johnston Mower you are as
sured of a perfect cutting, easy running, light of draft,
long wearing mower, the cost of repairs for which is
reduced to the minimum.
Mr. Farmer, don't buy a
Mower this season until
you gee the Johnston.
Particulars are always
gladly furnished, and f.
features carefully ex
Avlr fnr a Tnhnsrnn cataloP" It
Contains valuable information and telb about other
FOR SALE BY
BURR-US & CO.,
New Bern, N. C.
The most satisfying pleasure for in
dustrious people is to be progressing, to
know that their efforts are counting.
If you wish to progress in business,
first establish your standing. This you
can do best by opening an account with a
well-known bank and keeping that ac
The People's Bank invites checking
and savings accounts, the latter berring
4 per cent, compound interest.
BARRELS AND BASKETS
SEND YOUR ORDERS TO
E. B.& J. A. Meadows Co.,
NEW BERN, N. C.
Order Early Before the Rush Starts.
C. L. SPENCER'
fay, Corn, Oats,
AND ALL KINDS OF FEED.
SEED A AND ED
Mail Orders Given
Lower Middle Street.
We keep everything you
need in the Drug, Medi
cine or Toilet line come,
buy what you need and
if you find it does not
suit you bring it back,
get what you do want, or
get your money back.
We are here to serve and
Bradham Drug Co.
HIGH GRADE CORN MEAL.
- RYE. URICK FOR SALE
New Bern, N. C.
We are Aftenta for the
Lin of Cultivating Imple
ments. Wa carrry in atock
their celebrated No. 76 Riding
Cultivator, their Horse Hoe
Cultivators, their celebrated
Seed Drills, Hand Cultivators,
Fire-Ply Garden Plows. We
invite you to call and Inspect
Ihla splendid line or drop ue
a pottal and we will gladly
end you their Illustrated cat
alogue. Our prices are right.
J. C. Whitty &
ANEW Shipment of
Shirt?, Collars, Un
derwear, Hosiery, '
Shoes, Oxfords and Straw
Hats just received. You
should see our new Col
umbia shirt with the Turn
Cuff, this shirt can be worn
twice as long as any other
make. See our window
display. : : : :
J. J. BAXTER,
Elks' Temple Department Store
Craven County's Rich Men
IVrTjOST rich men of Cray B County founded
ih-ir own fortune. Comparatively few o the
ivcllhy men o' this cily and vicinity inherited
their money, Mosi well to do peopL- of this vicinity
have made ihu.- money by pluck andpersevcranac.
Any young man v.ho ! sire; io be wo' I to do at
fif.'y cr sixty riiould at cure begin saving a portion cf
his Income andshould carefully keep the money at in
terc t by r!e-posi:ing it in this large savings Jjank
FOUR PER CENT COMPOUNDED FOUR
TIMES A YEAR ON SAVINGS. '
NEW BEEN BANKINGS TRUST C?
. CAPITA l $ lOOOOO.OO
FREET FREE! !
H gh Grade Natural Tone Talk,
ing and Singing Machine
One Standard Talking Machine Free to even- cus
tomer whose cash purchase amounts toS25.00. See
and hear this wonderful Instrument and learn
how Easily you can obtain one at my store
Dealer in Wholesale and Retail Men's and Ladies' Fur
nishing Goods. 66-68-70 Middle St. New Bern, N. C.
Bellair Stock and Fruit Farm'
G. T. RICHARDSON, Proprietor.
I have-Full Blood ATigts Bulls and Heifers for tale
imm lneBfrom Texas f jver, also full blood Berkshire
Hogs You are ccrdia ly invited to visit farm and
G. 7. RIHARDSON
New Bern, N. C, R.F. t). io.
Phone, Bellair line, 4 rings,
TOLSON LUMBER & HFO. CO.
Office and Factory ia.E. Front St. New Be nN. C
When in Market For
Horses, Mules, Buggies
Wagons and Harness see
BOLLOCKSV1LLE, N. C.
Fine Kentucky Horses and Mules on hand at all times
TERMS REASONABLE" SEE ME.
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