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Huerta is one nun who does not
m to care for free advice.
Mothers! Rare Your Children
Are they feverish, restless, nervous,
irritable, dizzy or constipated? Do they
continually pick their nose or grind
their teeth? Have they cramping pains,
irregular and ravenous appetite? These
are all signs of worms. Worms not
only cause your child suffering, but
stunt its mind and growth. Give
"Kickapoo Worm Killer" at once.
It kills and removes the worms, im
proves your child's appetite, regulates
stomach, Kver and bowels. The
symptoms disappear and your child is
made happy and healthy, as nature in
tended. All druggists or be mail, 25c.
KICKAPOO INDIAN MEDICINE
Philadelphia, Pa. St. Louis, Mo.
Mosquitos prefer darkness rather
than light because their deeds are evil
Minis.'' P'alses This Laxative.
Rev. iH. Jkubeavoift of Allison, la., in
pBtMiaff Dr. !ew LUe Pills for
conation, writ5-'t-Dr- New
Life Pills are such jrfc P's no home
show without -" No better
regulator for the hV ad bcls
Every pill guaranteed Try them.
Price 25c. at all druggistv AdT-'
People want to prove most
but they are v.'illirg to bc'.ieve tha
is hotter in church than at home.
The Beat Pain Killer.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve when applied
to a eut, bruise, sprain, burn or scald,
or other injury of the skin will imme
diately remove all pain. E. E. Chamber
lain of Clinton, Me., says: "It robs
cuts aMd- other injuries of their terrors.
As i healing remedy its equal don't
exist'." Will do good1 for you. Only
25c. arali druggists. (AttV.J
"rtie attractive advertisements of
some, summer' resorts have proved ir-
resi. tible to burglars.'
Suffered Eczema Fifty Yean Now
Seems a long time to endure the aw
ful burning, itching, smarting skin di
sease known as "tetter" another name
for Eczema. Seems good to realize, also,
that Dr. Hobson's Ecz 'ma Ointment
has proven a perfect cure.
Mrs. D. L. Kenney writes: "I cannot
sufficiently express my thanks to you
for your Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment
It has cured my tetter, which has
troubled me for over fifty years." AH
druggists, or by mail, 50 c. (Adv.)
PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO.
St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Pa
John Lind probably feels that Mex
ican hospitality consists of a few
cusses and a hot tomale.
"1 was troubled w constipation anu
indigestion and spent hundreds of
dollars for medicine and treatment,"
writes C. H. Hines, of Withlow, Ark.
"I went to a St. Louis Hospital, also
to a hospital in New Orleans, but no
cure was effected. On returning home
I began taking Chamberlain's Tablets,
and worked right along. I used them
fo some time and am now all right."
Sold by all dealers. (Adv.)
It looks as if Great Britain could
not Waiit until 1915 to make an ex
hibition of herself.
Good Reason for His Enthusiasm
When a man has suffered for several
'days with colic, diarrhoea or other form
of bowel complaint and is then curer
sound and well by one or two doset
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera an-"
Diarrhoea Remedy, as is often the
rase, It Is but natural that he should
b enthusiastic in his praise of the reme
dy , and espet iai y is this the case
of a severe attack when life is threat
ened. Try it when in need of such a
remedy. It never fails. Sold by all
!! I.' '
Woman is taking up the r
everywhere, one has gone to driving
a cab m Mt- Vernon, N. Y.
i ' ,
How tha Trouble Starts.
Constipation is the cause of manv
ailments and disorders that make
life miserable. Take Chamberlain'
Tablets, keep your bowels regulai
and you will avoid these diissttt
For sale by all aralers. (Adv.)
The supply of talk exceeds the de
Remarkable Cure of Dysentery.
"I was attacked with dysentery
about July 15th, and used the doctor's
medicine and other remedies with no
relief, only getting worse all the time.
I was unable to do anything and my
weight dropped from 145 to 125 pounds.
I suffered for about two months when
I was advised to use Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
I used two bottles of it and it gave
me permanent relief," writes B. W.
'Hill of Snow Hill, N. C. Eor.asU by
all dealers. (Adv.)
roting people teem to nave a mo
nopoly orr good hicfcr """
Those London suffragettes seem to
remember th Lord's duy to raise a
What Is Beat for Indigestion?
Mr. A. Robinson of Druraquin, On
tario, has been troubled for years with
indigestion, and recommends Chamber
Iain's Tablets as "the best medicine I
ever used." If troubled with indi
gestion or constipation give them a
umu. lucjr arc cciiaiu iu prove uu
ficial. They are easy to take ana
pleasant in effect. Price, 25 cents..
For sale by ull dealers. (Adv.)
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It isn't recorded that the 'fiord
oveth a cheerful giver of advice.
Granulated Sore Eyes Cured.
"For twenty years I suffered from a
bad case of granulated sore eyes, saj
Martin Boyd of Henrietta, Ky. "I
February, 1903, a gentleman asked m
to try Chamberlain's Salve. I bought
one box and used about two-thirdt
of it and my eyes have not given rat
any trouble since." This salvejis
for sale by all dealers. (Adv.)
And she who loves and runs away
may have a fit of regret later.
CASTOR I A
Ever notice how much fuss men
make about their honor on the stage?
N FOR FLETCHER'S
Every th 1,16 8 wan takes the con
ceit out of nlan sne adds to her
own. , . .
CASTOR I A
for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Haw AlMfsBoht
DR. ANNA SHAW RAPS ANTIS.
New York', Aug. 13. The new title
'Conservationists," which the anti-euf-
frage workers have taken to themselves
does not appeal to Dr. Anna Howard
Shaw, president of the National Woman
"They aren't 'Cetfservationists,
she said at her office. "They are des-
tructionists.' If they are conservation
ists,' why don't they beghv hir con
servation at home instead flS pushing
about the country attacking usi They
def'tructioniits of justice arJ- free
dom, the dignity of womanhood.-'
CHURCH AT PARSONSBURG,
IS DYNAMITED AND MAN
CUT WITH A RAZOR IN
THE FIGHT V .
Salisbury, Md., Aug. 13. A riot 7t-
vailed at the Parsonsburg camp grounds
last night and assumed such propor
tions that the local police of the grounds
could not cope with the situation.
In addition to fighting and cutting,
dynamite was used on one of the church
A number of young men from the
western side of Wicomico county a,t-
tended the camp, and, it is claimed,
a young man named Truit, of Wilkes
approached Harold Taylor, of Kock-a
Walkin, and without warning cut him
in the chest with a razor. A riot in
which clubs, fists and knives were used
followed. Taylor is in the hospital
here in a critical candition, while many
of the other young men a e at their
homes under the care of doctors.
Immediately after the fighting, which
occurred on the edge of the camp
ground, some of the gang put a charge
of dynamite under the church. It was
exploded, tearing away the side and de
molishing the roof. This act of vandal
ism is said to have been caused by some
of the camp authorities interfering!
at tne time oi tne ngnt.
There were about 5,000 persons on the
camp ground, and the explosion
caused a rush from the grounds. Great
excitement prevailed among the women
and children. The authorities notified
Sheriff Smith, of this city, who, with his
deputies, in an automobile hurried
to the grounds. No arrests were inadei
as the desperadoes had made theii
ON WAY AROUND THE WORLDf
Harry Ostendoif Says He Has Beeii
11 Years On Road.
Baltimore, Md., August 13
Harry Ostendorf, who says he is a
native of South Africa and was in the
Boer War, was in Baltimore last night
n his trip around the world. According
to his stat ment, he has been on the
road 11 1-2 years snd is now about to
leave for home by way of Cuba and
o He carries many handkerchiefs hear J
ing the postmark of cities lie has visitsd
Personal Paragraphs And Othor
Local News Of Interest".
(Special to the Journal.)
Bridgeton, N. C, Aug. 13. Mr
and Mrs. W. S. Banks are spending,
the week at Wilmington.
; A. J. Holton, of Reelsboro, spent
? , -....i... r h,.
Mrs. J. P. McCullen and children are
Visiting relatives in Wilmington.
Lorenzo Holton and sisters, Misses
Ada and Beatrice, of Reelsboro, spent
Friday night here. :
The lawa party given by the Ladies'
Aid Society f the Christian church
last Friday night, was a complete
success, and quite a neat little sum
Anson Bright, of Merritt, spent
Thursday iri our town.
Eltsha lay) or and family spent
Saturday and Sunday at Goldsboro
and La Grange.
Mrs. McD. Laughinghouse and
children returned Friday from a visit
at Vanceboro and Washington.
H. E. Wyatt and McD. Laughing
ftsouse;. who are working in Greenville,
spent Sunday at home,
Rev. I. W. Rodgers and family are
spending the week at Olympia.
Miss Ahna Sabiston, of Belgrade,
is visiting Miss Elizabeth Morton.
Mrs. D. H. Fleming ..returned .Sat
urday after a visit to relatives at
Mrs. F. L. Mozingo and daughters,1
Misses Eva and Olivia, spent Sunday
with relatives, Mrs. J. V. Tingle, of
R. F. D. No. 1.
Y. Hanson is all smiles. Ill's a boy'.
WEDS MILLIONAIRE COWBOY.
Iowa Girl Elopes With Great
Grandson Of Wm. Weightman.
New York, Aug. 13. A romance was
disclosed today in the announcement
of the marriage of William Weightman
(great granason o vviiuam weignunan.
HV . i r iif.il. ill. L.
the drug manufacturer of Philadelphia,
who left a fortune of about $60,000,000
when he died a few years ago, and Miss
Mar Heaty Powers, of Shelby, Iowa.
Young Weightman, who has just come
laf age, has spent the last seven years.
ra-nge ruling in the Dakotas, but gel
has portion of the original Weightman
estate, he decided to settle down to the
life to which his wealth entitled him.
On a visit East last month he met
Miss Powers at Sag Harbor, I I,
, Yesterday the couple quietly drove
away from their host's home, in an
automobile to New York, 100 .miles
away, and ,were married in "The Little
Church .Aruund tIie:Cmer. ,
They expect to start shortly on a tour
Lt round the world, returning in about
'Cuotations Furnished Bv Coast
c a. eat Marker, )
Chickens, grown, pairI 75 to Sic
Chickests, half grown, pair 60 to 70c
Ducks, per pair ooto 80c
Hams, country smoked 20c
pound .... 25c
Wool, porund , U to 16c
Hogs, dressed, pound. 10 to 11c
Beef, dressed, pound 8 to fo
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
New Bern Banking and Trust Company
at New Bern, in the State
Close of Business,
Loans raid Discounts..
Overdrafts secured and unsecured
AU other Stocks, Bonds and Mortgages
Batiking Houses, Furniture and Fixtures...
Due from Banks and Bankers .
Cash items .
Gold coin - .
Silver Coin, including all minor coin currency 3,214.17
Natiomi bank notes and other U. S. notes 4,051.00
Capital stock paid in J!
Undivided profits, less current ex( tenses and taxes paid
Time Certificates of Deposit ...
Deposits subject to cheek.... J.
Trust Deparsntent..-..4i i
Savings Deposits .j
Due to Banks and Bankers
Cashier's Checks Outstanding... .
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF CRAVEN, SS.
i I, W. Carroll Rodney, Cashier of the above-named bank, dp solemnly
swear that the above state stent it true to the best of my knowledge and uo-
W. CARROLL RODNEY.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 13th day of August, 1913.
W. W. GRIFFIN,
E. H. MEADOWS,
JOSEPH GAS KILL, ,
b. b. hurst, i L it j vi nma irni rn
J. S. MILLER, lffl M-Rffl ULwMU
Assassination Of Harry Burton Of
New York Is Reported In
DEED COMMITTED ON JULY 6TH
News Of The Occurrence Brought
To The California City By
San Francisco, Aug. 13. Re
port of the assassination of Harry
Burton, of New York, chief chemist
of the Pcquilla Dam Company, of
Poquilla, Chihuahua, Mexico, by con
stitutionalist revolutionaries on July
6th, at Santa Rosalia, seventeen miles
from Poquilla, was brought to San
Francisco by Dr. F. B. Fisher, of New
Dr. Fisher is surgeon for the Por-
ral and Durango Railroad company,
a Canadian comoration. which has
large mining and land interests, was
in Santa Rosalia at the time, and with
Df. Griffe, another surgeon, was at
the young man's side a few minutes
after he was shot.
According to the statement of Dr.
Fisher at the Palace hotel, Burton
and about twenty companions came
to Santa Rosalia from Poquilla, to
spend Sunday. Dr. Fisher was in
troduced to Burton and his com
pamons by Dr. Griffe. They invited
him to go carriage riding with them
to a spring a few miles away from the
town, but he declined, on the ground
that he was then on his way out
of the country, and had many matters
to attend to during -the day.
As Burton and his party returned
to Santa Rosalia in the afternoon, the
municipal band was givinz a concert
in the plaza, around which were con
pregated several hundred constitution
alist soldiers. Burton was riding in
the leading carriage with a compan
J act as the vehicle was opposite
the band and in front of the veranda
on which Drs. Fbher and Griffe were
sitting, a shot Tang out from behind
and a few seconds later Burton's
compani n called for help. When
the two doctors reached the carriage
Burton was dead from a rifle shot in
the hack of the neck. The companion
did not know the shot had been fired
upon his carriage until he saw blood
lssuiag from Burton's mouth. The
latter never spoke af er the bullet
hit him. ''
Subrequbnt i ivestigation said Dr.
Fi.her could discover no mot ve lor
the assassination other than a prob
able desire of the constitutionalists to
impress upon the American residents
of the vicinity not to venture too freely
beyond the zones of their employ
Burton was only about twenty-two
years of age.
First Chicago Dnnie People take
shorter wedding trips than tuey did
formerly. Second Chicago Dame
Perhaps, bnt they take them more
Tha man "who Insists nnon seeing
with perfect, elenrnsas lip fore he de
cides never;' decides. - Heurt Krederle
of North Carolina, at the
August 9, 1913.
OF PARCEL POST
THAT IS THE OBJECT OF BILL
OFFERED BY CONGRESS
Washington, Aug. 13. Congressman
David J. Lewis, of Maryland, offered ,
yesterday in the House a resolution
directing the Congress to request
Postmaster-General Burleson to ex- j
tend the parcel post mail classification '
so as to include books. The resolution '
was referred to the House Committee '
on Postoffices. There is no opposition
to its passage at the Postoffice Depart
ment. Mr. Lewis has always contended that
books should be carried at the cheap
parcel post rates instead of being
compelled to pay the heavy book
postage of one cent for two ounces
The Senate conferees struck from the
Lewis Parcel Post Bill a provision
giving books the low rates.
Mr. Lewis will address the House on
Friday in support of the Burleson parcel
post extensions which become effective
that day. He will uphold the order
of the Postmaster General and is loaded
with figures to show that the Govern
ment carry package mail at the cheap
rates and make a slight profit. Mr.
Lewis expected to make the address
yesterday, but his plans were upset
by the long discussion over the Mondcll
Bill, calling on Secretary of Treasury
McAdoo for information regarding his
charge that" New York banks were
depressing the 2 per cent. Government
bonds in order to discredit the Glass
Owen Currency Bill.
One hundred cords or
more of oak and ash want
ed. Name price and place
MOTHERS' COAL & FUEL
F. A Hackney, Manager.
Phone 473. New Bern, N.C
G. A. Caton,
NEW BERN, N. C.
A thoroughly Modern
Steam Heated institution
for the care of all non con
tagious Medical and Sur
- A special diet kitchen is
maintained for the benefit
It is less costly to secure
the services of a Graduate
Veterinarian than it is to
buy new stock.
Dr. J. F. Foley
Hospital and Office, 66
Broad St. Near J. A.
The most useful, economical, and the largest labor stv
you can put in your field, is our tobacco, corn and cottx
truck. Order now and be in time, large force working dai
iijrmpg trern out. Get our folder explaining.
We still have an assortment of various styles of
Porch Rockers, Settees etc. Also have a few more
of the AEROLUX no whip porch shades, on all
of which wewill give a reduction in price while
they last. Our Library Furniture is also of the
most Pleasing designs, and like the Porch Fur
niture and Fixtures is unexcelled for its beauty
NOTICE We have decided to continue our very
generous offer to give two pony votes instead of
one for all cash purchases and payments on ac
count during the month of August
J. S. Miller Furniture Co.
99.101 MIDDLE STREET, PHONE 829
Has sinoe 1894 given "Thorough Instruction under positively Christian
Influence at the lowest possible cost.'
RESULT: It is to-day with Its faculty of 33, a boarding rtronage of 363,
its student body of 413, and its plant worth 1160,000 " ? 'x
THE LEADING TRAINING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS IN VIRGINIA '
$150 pays all charges for the year .including table board, room. Kghte. steam
beat, laundry, medical attention, physical culture, and tuition in all subjects
except music and elocution. For catalogue and application blank address,
REV. THOS. ROSSER REEVES, B. A., Principal.
Great Sale in Full Swing
Cut Big Summer reduction sale is now in full
Swing Prices 25 to 35 per
ever been ottered for in New Bern Deiore on our enuu
stock of dry goods, clothing, shoes, hats, caps, furnish
ing goods, notions, trunks and traveling bags.
63J Middle Street,
C. L SPBMCBR
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Hominy
Seed Wheat and Seed Rye. Brick for Sale.
Mail Orders Given Careful Attention.
Lower Middle Street, New Bern, N. C.
PINSLAND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Fall Term Opens Sept. 9, 1913.
A large, modern brick building, steam heated, baths, running
water In all the bed rooms, elegantly lighted. Furnished with tha best
furniture. Good board prepared under the direction of tha Domestic
Excellent courses In Domestic Science, Music, and Voice. A I t
orarv r:,,r. whirl, nrtntrst for Colleue and life. A Faculty of Elf ht.
Rates reasonable. Girls wishing to
accommodations In the Club.
For Catalogue, Address
Salemburg, N. C. - -
TRINITY PARK SCHOOL
Location excellent. Equipment first-class. Well-trained Faculty
of successful experience. Special care of the health of student
An Instructor in each dormitory to supervise living conditions f
boys under his care. Excellent library and gymnasium facilities.
Large athletic fields. Fall Term opens September 10.
FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE ADDRESS
W. W. PEELE, HEADMASTER. - - DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA
I , -. --
cent, lower than they haV3
New Bern, N. C.
live at actual expense will And gc.oJ
- - Sampson County.
his way by carvl
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