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FOR FLETCHER S
Few men are willing to take goo
advice if it is free; also they hate to
pay for it.
For Cuts, Burnt and Bruises
In everv home there should be
box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ready to
atbolv in every case of burns, cuts,
wounds or scalds. J. H. Polanco
Delvalle, Tex., R. No. 2, writes
"Bucklen's Arnica Salve saved m
little girl's cut foot. No ope beHeved
it could be cured." The world s best
sale. Only 25c. Recommended by
all dealers. Adv
The talkative man is an auto
The King of All Laxative
For constipation, headaches, indi
gestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King s
New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of
Buffalo, N. Y., says they are the "King
of all laxatives. They are a blessing
to all my family and I always keep a
box at home." Get a box and get well.
Price 25c. Recommended by all
To try to look intelligent is easier
than making good.
CASTOR I A
If a man has too much money it's
no task at all for him to acquire more.
QUICK RELIEF FOR RHEUMA
TISM. George W. Koous, Lawton, Mich.,
saysi "Dr. Detcheon's Relief for Rheu
matism has -given my wife wonderful
benefit for rheumatism. She could
not lift hand or foot, and had to be lifted
for two months. She began the use of
the remedy and improved rapidly.
On Monday she could not move and
on Wednesday she got up, dressed her
self and walked out for breakfast."
Sold by Bradham Drug Co. (Adv.)
According to statistics, one woman
One hundred cords or
more of oak and ash want
ed. Name price and place
of J f Mvery.
MOTHERS' COAL & FUEL
F. A Hackney, Manager.
Phone 473. New Bern, N.C.
Wood sawyer and logging
men at good wages. Pay
every Saturday. Comfortable
quarters. Apply to East Car
olina Lumber Co. at Carolina
City. Pamlico county, near
Olympia, N. C.
in a thousand can open a telegram with
as little emotion as she displays in
opening a can of corn.
Rid Your Children of Worms.
You can change fretful, ill-tempered
children into healthy, happy young
iters, by ridding them of worms
Tossing, rolling, grinding of teeth,
crying out while asleep, accompanied
with intense thirst, pains in the stomach
md bowels, feverishness and bad breath
ire symptoms that indicate worms.
Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pleasant
candy lozenge, expelsthe worms,
regulates the bowels restores your
children to helath and happiness. Mrs.
J. A. Brisbin, of Elgin, 111., says: "I
have used Kickapoo Worm Killer for
years, and entirely rid my children
( worms.. I would not be without it.
Guaranteed. All druggists, or by mail.
Price 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medicine
Co., Philadelphia and St Louis. All
1 1 have been troubled with my stomach.
vciir; I ate upset it t'"
One of Chamberlain's advertising hook
lets came to me. After reading a fe
of the letters from people who had ben
cured by Chamberlain's Tablets, I
decided to try them. I have takes
nearly three-fourths of a package
of them and can now cat almost every
iing that I want." For sale by all
To a man who is getting a small
salary and has a large family to support
home is the dearest place on earth.
CASTOR I A
Why call the latest fashions "be
wildering," its easy enough to see
through most of them.
,- Unsightly Face Spots
Are cured by Or. Hobson's Eczema
Ointment, which heals all skin erup
tions. No matter how long you have
been troubled by itching, burning,
or scaly skin humors, just put a little
of that soothing antiseptic, Dr. Hob-
son's Eczema Ointment, on the sores
and the suffering stops instantly.
Healing begins that very minute.
Doctors use it in their practice and
recommend it. Mr. Alleman, of Little-
town, Pa., says: Had eczema on fore
head; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment
cured it in two weeks." Guaranteed
to relieve or money refunded. All
druggists, or by mail. Price 50c
Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Philadelphia
and St. Louis. Recommended by all
A successful financier is one whom
everybody claims to have known when
he didn't have a dollar to his name.
Causes of Stomach Troubles.
Sedentary habits, lack of out dooi
exercise, insufficient mastication of food,
constipation, a torpid liver, worry and
anxiety, overeating, partaking of food
and drink not suited to your age and
occupation. Correct your habits and
take Chamberlain's Tablets and you
will soon be well again For sale by
all dealers. (Adv.)
The matrimonial odds are two to one.
Help for Those Who Have Stomace
Afterdoctoring for about twelve yean
for a bad stomach trouble, and spending
nearly five hundred dollars for medi
cine and doctor's fees, I purchased my
wife one box of Chamberlain's Tablets,
which did her so much good that she
continued to use them and they hav;
done her more good than all of the
medicine I bought before.-Samuel
Boyer, Folsom, Iowa. This medicin
is for sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
Bathing should never be
among the unlawful things.
A Good Investment.
W. D. Magli, a well known mer
chant of Whitemound, Wis., brought a
stock of Chamberlain's medicine so
as to be able to supply them to his
customers. After receiving them he
was himself taken ick and says that
one small bottle of Chamberlain'f
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
was worth more to him than the
cost of his entire stock of these medi
cines. For sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
It seems as difficult to decide what
to arbitrate as it is to arbitrate.
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bonght
The Best Medicine in the World.
My little girl had dysentery very
bad. I thought she would die. Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy cured her, and I can truth
fully say that I think it is the best
medicine in the world," writes Mrs.
William Orvis, Clare, Mich. For sale
by all dealers. (Adv.)
One way to avoid a quarrel is to be
absent at the psychological moment.
The enterprising summer girl has no
use for the young man who wastes his
time kissing her hand.
Surprising Cure of Stomach Trou
ble. When you have trouble with yous
stomach or chronic constipation, don't
imagine that your case is beyond help
just because your doctor fails to give
. you relief. Mrs. G. Stengle, Plainfield,
N. J., writes, "For over a month past
Twenty-five cents is the Price of
The terrible itching and smarting,
incident to certain skin diseases, ii
almost instantly allayed by applying
Chamberlain's Salve Price 25 centf
For sale by all dealer-. (Adv )
OES OF LIQUOR
ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE SENDING
OUT LARGE QUANTITIES
A Check Book
The smallest yet most Important
book which a business man uaea Is
his check book. Whether your ac
count la large or small, the stubs
of your check book afford an In
disputable record of your disburse
ments and they settle deBnltely
any disputed account. e
We have an assortment of various styles of
porch rockers, settees, etc. The best the market
affords, yet we are offering them at astonishingly
low prices. We also have the famous Aurolaux
porch shades in 4 ft., 6 ft., 8 ft., and 10 ft. lengths,
at $2.90, $3 50, $4 JO, and $5.75.
BEAR IN MIND
That we are one of the Pony Contest Stores
and will give two votes instead of one as hereto
fore, for all cash purchases and for all payments
on accounts, during the remainder of July.
Buy Your Furniture and Pay Accounts Now.
J. S. Miller Furniture Co.,
"The Home Furnishers"
03-101 MIDDLE STREET, PHONE 229
was fined $5 and costs, is making no
appeal for himself but simply present
ing the newspaper stories.
The action of the Wake jury is
siaking in the State and people
throughout North Carolina realize what
it means to fight whiskey even in a
dry State. Liquor folks have rarely
done anything that is going to be given
the publicity that the Davis conviction
will be given.
Salisbury will have five pulpits open
Sunday for prohibition sermons and
addresses. Rev. R. L. Davis will
preach at the First Presbyterian
church, Editor Archibald Johnson will
location on the Norfolk Southern Rail- young people.
road, ten miles north of Belhaven
This post office was opened for business
on July 10th, with George Rice as
The locality served by the new office
has been heretofore getting its mail
service through the post office at
Pungo. The people at Wenona have
been greatly inconvenienced in the
way of mail service, in the past, owing
to the long distance to the Pungo office.
All trains stop at Wenona and with
the newly established postoffice located i
, wiuuu are ooiob
ine lawn party g,ven by The Ladies', The party wa, nA ,
1U Ol Llie M M I hi.r. . li. I- . .
Friday night proved quite a success,
everybody having a good time and
quite a nice little sum being raised
for the benefit of the new parsonage
now being erected.
and' famT.rPa LT ! ' e - a party,
j .J1V l L J 1
urantsboro Saturday and report
very pleasant trip.
A. I. Holton and familv nf Red
age of Mrs. Henry Hend
ii ew nern, wno arrived here Thurs
day. "The Jacksonville people who en
joy the beach have recently had a
building constructed that adds great-
boro, spent Sunday here.
directly at this point patrons of the I Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Campbell, who
new territory will have quick and effi- j are now residing in Greenville spent
Saturday and Sunday here
Miss Bessie Wallace of Lukens
speak the Johnsonian sentiment from cient service.
another, Mr. 0. L. Stringfield will fill ) This new location will serve not only
yet another, and Dr. Livingston John- Wenona farm and the new Sta e N. C, is visiting frionds here.
son will occupy one of the big pulpits, experiment station operation, but will Mrs. T. W. Holtjn returned home
Raleigh will have three men fighting also afford quick service to all parties t jday after several weeks serious
whiskey in the town which was once who are interested in the large develop- "ess at the Stewart Sanitarium.
the plitical property of the organ- nicnt work now being carried on by the ,
ued whiskey forces and finally be- John L. Roper Lumber Company
came prohibition because its own hor-. in the Wenona district.
a, but a house party. The buildimr
is a rather long, single story, simple
construction affair. The porch, which
is well shaded, is twelve feet wide,
affording room for hammocks and the
enjoyment of sea breezes, while the bed
rooms are screened so as to exclude
the sting and music of the mosquito.'
The party that went down last Thurs-
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, nine inconvenience on
rible example turned well-meaning
friends against it.
The Anti-Saloon League is making
It is expected that several new fami
lies will soon settle in the locality
and the new post office will be of
a great campaign over the State for inestimable value to all concerned.
NEW BERN LADY
the purpose of arousing the people.
And they will find Salisbury a place
wonderfully improved since its sa
loons went out of the governing busi
NEWEST AND MQS
BUT "TROTOL" CANNOT BE SET
OFF BY ANY SHOCK
New York, July 23. The safest
Readers of the Journal, and all
others Interested in mail for the Wenona
district can hereafter use the new
post office address of Wenona, N. C.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES
FEASTED ON ICE CREAM.
LAWN PARTY HELD.
(Special to the Journal.)
Bridgeton, N. C, July
high-power explosive the world has Rev. J. R. Smith filled his regular
yet seen, an explosive equal to the appointment at the Christian Church
strongest dynamite made, the "80 per I here Sunday. He had just returned
font Ajxr mito " hto Koon rti-( as a A (..., l...l,i;. n .
urn iiutuiug a vciy Mil t. in meeting
The girl of the period is more of an
Raleigh, July 23. The Anti-Saloon
League has rarely done more mission
ary work than it is doing right now,
500 pieces of important matter going
out yesterday and the day before.
The league has gotten together the
history of the Davis case and pre
sented it through the newspaper re
ports largely. The news stories and
editorials of both Raleigh papers.
which had men on the ground, are
used to show the conditions in the
capital. The superintendent, Rev. R.
Davis, who was convicted of an as
sault which Judge Cooke did not be
lieve that he conjmitted, and for
which another man pleaded guilty and
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HELPLESS AS BABY
Down is Mind UnaUe to Work,
Md WW Helped Her.
Summit Point W. Va.-Mra. Anna
my right at, caused irom womanly
trouble, aad doctored lota tor It, but with
out success. I sunrreo so very mmn,
ihit I became aowataarfnd. lad Ulieio
less us baby. I was In the worstind
of shaoe. Was itaabta todo BSf work.
T' ' . . W... 11
I am BOW so years ysars w, wkb
ood as 1 did when only 10.
Cards! certainly uvea me worn una
my mind, and 1 feel It my duty fo spesk
U tt hw I with I had some DOwer
over poor, suttering women, and could
make mam kaow the good It would do
cent, dynamite," has been perfected
by a lieutenant of the New York
National Guard, after three years'
work. He will give it to the United
States Government, although a half-
dozen nations would pay from $500,
000 up for the secret formula. It is
more than probable that in a year
or two the United States army will
be using no other explosive and that
guncotton, the standard of ten years,
will be forever in second place.
Lieutenant Harold Chase Wood
ward, of the Twenty-second Engineers,
National Guard, N. Y.. is the inventor
of "trotol," the newest and most
deadly combustible. The way in
which he came to hit upon it is fit for
Jules Verne story.
Lieutennat Woodward, who is em
ployed in the New York postoffice at
branch station, decided three years
ago to' work on explosives. A brother
came across an old valume that had
been presented to German officials at
the time of the Franco-Prussian war.
n the book were 2,000 formulas for
high explosives, mainly anonymous.
Woodward tried five formulas at
random and found them all either
worthless or inferior to explosives
now in use. He tried a sixth recipe
at random and found it extraordi
narily safe and good, but rather weak
compared with the best dynamite. But
from it he developed "trotol."
Trotol" can be exploded only by
fulminate of mercury, the substance
used to explode dynamite. It can
not be set off by any shock, however,
great, In a test at rort Wadsworth
trotol" was packed into a 12-inch
shell and the shell was fired at ar
mor plate 1,000 yards away. The
shell struck the armor plale while
going at a rate of 2,750 feet a second,
but the "trotol" inside remained un
explodcd in spite of the terrific concussion.
Six ounces of "trotol" will do the
explosive work of twelve ounces of
dynamite. Dynamite deteriorates in
water or on the water and under certain-atmospheric
can be soaked in water for years and
be as good as ever.
The standard high explosive of the
army is wet gun cotton. "Trotol" can
be carried wet or dry and the ful
minate of mercury, which must be
kept yards away from dynamite lest
premature explosion result may
come as close as six inches to "trotol"
Like dynamite "trotol" cannot be
exploded by ignition and merely burns
when fire touches it.
"Trotol" has a longer name. It is
derived from a coal tar by-product
which has been subjected to step-up
nitration, that is, reduced to dregs,
After Mr. Woodward had worked over
it for a year, the United States Gov
ernment began experiemnts which last
ed for two years snd which were
concluded at Peekskill a short time
ago. No possible tests remain to be
made of the new explosive; if there
are further ones they will have to be
especially invented for it
at Black Creek, Va.
O. J. Rock made a flying trip to
Mrs. J. P. Taylor and children,
of Columbia, S. C, are visiting rela
J. L. Lupton, of New Bern, has moved
to our town.
Mrs. D. H. Fleming left Monday
for a visit to her parents and other
relative at Ocracoke.
E. R. Phillips has purchased a hand
some Buick touring car.
C. T. Pugh has purchased a handsome
W. J. Pippin, of Washington, spent
Sqturday night and Sunday with
Mrs. W. J. Pippin and children, of
Washington, returned home yesterday
after a visit to friends here.
Ed. Parsons and family have been
on a visit with relatives here, have
decided to make their home in our town.
Armistead Dowdy, of Wilmington,
has been visiting relatives here.
Dr. J. P. McCullen and O. J. R 'clc
returned from , a business trip to
Reelsboro last night.
Good results are expected from the
revival meeting in the M. E. church
here, conducted by Rev. B. C. Thomp
son, of Goldsboro.
Rev. Robt. E. Pittman filled his
egular appointment at Beech Grove
L. .H Waters and Mrs. E. R. Phillips,
teachers in the Christian Sunday school,
served ice cream to the members of
their classes at the f home of Mrs
Phillips on Bridge street today. aajhe
If you suffer from say of the sllmsnlt
peculiar to woman, it win certainly be
Worth your while to give Cardui a jrUL
mora ttuut M years, and will hate you,
Try Cardui. Your druggist satis M.
rw. . CMtuooo Mefskss Qs, Ladta
DEMONSTRATION FARM OF THE
i NORFOLK. SOUTHERN LOCA
(Special to the Journal.)
Norfolk, July 23. Through the ef
forts 'of Congressman John H. Small
new post oflkc has been ethlih
occasion was greatly enjoyed by the
JACKSONVILLE YOUNG PEOPLE
HAVE DELIGHTFUL TIME AT
NEW RIVER BEACH.
The following article was clipped
from the Jacksonville Progress of
On last Thursday a large party
the part of the small pests.
Mesdames Lena May, Henry
nenaerson, Misses Maye Gilman,
Lizzie Reed, Sybil Cox, Etta Smith,
Lucile Page, Marguerite Thompson,
Garland Thompson, Olivia Petteway,
Mary Fonville and Messrs. Walter
Sabiston, Jno. Warlick, Leslie Ket
chum, Dave Henderson, Tom Gilman,
Hughes, Cyrus Thompson, Jr.,
Lorimer Thompson, Louie Fonville,
Ray Koonce, Guy Lockamy and George
Hardison composed the party."
NOMINATION OF POSTMASTERS
Washington, July 23 The Presi
dent today forwarded the following
nominations of North Carolina post
masters to the Senate: Ahoskie L.
T. Summer. Belhaven: D.ini,. I
oi young people Irom here with Windlay, Hickory; A. C. Link, War
their guests, went to New River saw; D. Earl Best, Troy; John F.
Beach, where the sea breezes and ' Saunders.
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Si Promotes Di$esttonOsctfd
I i I if nessandRestContainsneiUier
Hi 'j 1 Opium.Morphme nor Mineral
ill 111 Not Narcotic.
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tlon . Sour Stoiuach.Dlarrluta
ri8S ami LOSS OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
JlBB Centaur Compart,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Exact Copy of Wra
TMf Ctmsun SOHNNT, NIW o"m SMTV.
Every Woman Should Own A
aVT2TSTT!Sm H II sH J W- " I JBJBJ
It means a cool, clean kitchen, less work, better
cooking. No wood to cut no ashes to carry no
smoke no soot.
Made with 1, 2, 3 and 4 burner;
Indicator marks amount of oil in font
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Washington, D. C (New Jersey) ChsuWtte, N. C
C harleston, W. V,
Charleston, S. C
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