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VOLUME 89. DURHAM, N. C., APRIL 7. 1908. NUMBER 93. NEWS FROM OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENTS Items of Merest from Various Places as Viewed and "told by 'tee on the Field. Personals. Tnia TlwbsrUki. G. II. J r:'3 and his son passed th's way cn test Tuesday evening t attend a masonic meeting that night in Roxboro. Considering the inclement weather th farmers ere doing lots of plo a inir, and we see noth Jcf using all the horse hide whips Ira; that she wanted freely. When ever a lady speaks we men had better , submit. Howt ver the men prefer persuading me to see the wrong rather than bring them to see it. , Messrs. Bowls Chambers and ing to prevent miking another ' Company have opened up a ne .v cr0p. store at thi3 place and they have Some word hoping that this "Pkndia assortment of goods would be a cwd fruit year as it their line. Give them a show. wMnUanruibithiri vear. " anu ine wm ireac yU ngnt. One of nur mail carriers left liOc jurii.'g cirds in my box a few days a.o, and I told him thatjmy time had passed for sparking and to 'dUjxuc of the cards to the '.best'. "of- hw ability and I think that he would like to hive kept about half of the cards for his own use. "Give nM them eternal life and they t-hall never perish,? John 10:2 I In v.l.U docs eternal life consist " a. In a gra-.th in grace. b. Studying the way of life. c. Lay ii g hold cf eternal life. d. The worship of only one God. e. A sU'.(!ia.:t faith in God. f. Perfect oU Jience to His will. g. Trusting God for eternal life. II. St hat b eternal life. a. ' Is a 1' IV hid with Christ in God. 7 b. A li.'v forever rcaled in His blood. c. A lift never f.lucked out of f.A t,., .,,1 d. A life btained in iht3 lif. e. A l:fe neve to bo lost. f. A life to L; t njoyed with G A in I faven. g. A life living as long as God. HI. The regulation, shall never iK-rish, posseting eternal life. a. Ik if yctLU having the bread cf !if?. b. Never parish wiUUtinj Jon IIU mungScd lift?. c. !sv-r lerhh in salary's chains. d. Never r-eii-h by a fzhc e. IUvst verU in the judg ment. f. Never pcriih in the broad way. g. Never pcth'i not wrapped in the f.ame of hell. h; Never perish being at the Savior's right hand. 1 will ciote with these wordf, obtain eternal life while you have opportunity, for that life U not attained after death nor at the judgment neither i.i heaven. 'At deathman's tk'stiny U forever fixed with joy or woe. I heard a very sensible man say that ho was going to vote for prohibition a he wanted strong drink put out of the way of himm;lf and his children, for said he "I love thealluring temp tation and if I am left subject to the temptation I am Vraid that it will bo an endless cure to me." If thousands of other 1-oople could only see the strong Irink evil in the light that this nan docs we would carry the tatedry by a respectable ma-lrity. Some of our people seem to hink that Person county will go vet, and Rood lady said if it Hd g3 w.t that she would be pad to seo ail tho wet voters tied n tlrw ntr.ivnmM pmt and Messrs. Laws and Blalock are successive salesmen to Mr. Bowls & Chambersjat the store of Reade Bros. & Company. They are clever and polite young men and doubtless will handle lots of goods at this old reliable place of business. y Helena is on a boom; several residences completed, others to be completed, and six stores now doing a very good business, which keps Mr. J. A. Tarry, the new depot agent, busy hand ing out the freight as it arrives. Mr. Tarry is strictly up to his business. Roper. JSarltf Pabllc ScbMls. March 17, 1008 was the date on '.which the Moriah Public School, taught by Misses Emma Uhew and Maggie Bawling clos ed. The occasion was a complete success and was enjoyed very greatly. A very large crowd at tended, much larger than the : revi jus year. A good while be- lurc the hour for the speaking the house wes crowded with peo ple eacr to hear Dr. B. F. Dixon, StcteAuditorof North Carolina, d liver nn inspiring address on ilucaiion, which stirred the peo ple to a more active an J deeper interest in education, while 1 wou'd tot have you Urgtt the pfO,il of Moriah were already .1 rvtel in i Jucation. I hoard our teache r sa.v or.ee .luring the school ths.t the aver Ai then wso 015 and enrol veni v as GO. Tho exercbes opened f.t 11 1 o'clock a. rr. with a onjr, "Ccm ? ! I h 4i AlirXjhiy King," by a c'.vru3-muiic by teacher. 'i h. n scripture reading, prayer and introduction of tho speaker by V. A. Mulone, oni of the county board of edition. After the excellent speech by Mr. Dixm and song, "North Carolina Hills." by chorus, thir teen diplomas and five sou venirs for attendance were de livered by G. F. Holloway, our worthy county Superintendent, to the following pupils souvenirs: Ilallie Turner, Izona Rijrgs, Iola Day, Henry and Crawfoid New ton. Diplomas -Daisy Humphries, Cora Meadows, Halite, Annie and Mary Clayton, Lessie, Susie, Uva, Lennie Newton, Alphonza Uiggs, David, Seth and Harvey Turner. Then a song, "Colum bia, The Gem of the Ocean." After an intermission of one hour for dinner, the entertah mcnt began, which was succer fully conducted. PROGRAM. Scng-Welcomeby Izona Rigg?, Ilattio Gray, Lucy Bowlinf, Vcrna Meadows, Hallie and Mary Clayton. Recitation - Mammas' Darling. Millie Day, Aw fully -Lucy Bowling. Pwt'Mnim'?-Nearer My God to Day, Annie Clayton, Allie Bowling, Izona Riggs, Lera , Day, Mary Clayton, Maud Meadows, Hattie Gray, nine little tots. Recitation Bingen on the -Rhine : Fayetta Pucci. Illustrated Song Jesus Saviour Pilot Me-Recited by Uva Newton. Illustrated by a boat and threa girls. Recitation Lifting the veil Hattie Turner, illustrated by tableaux. Recitation How Edith helped things along-Izona Riggs and Venable Bowles. Recitation Bald headed man Norman Riggs. Recitation Charley's opinion of baby Alphonza Riggs. Recitation Nothing but dad Jesse Chandler. V Dialogue Pungent Lucy New. ton, Norman Riggs, Myrtle and Aggie Pucci, Jennie Gray. Dialogue-Doll drill-Six little girls, Lucy Bowling, Maud Meadows, Hattie Gray, Zona Riggs Ora Chandler. Allie Bowling. Recitation Major Jones, court shipMamie Meadows. Dialogue Jealous wife Venable Bowles, Hattie and Thomas Gray, Jennie Chandler, Hat tie Turner. Recitation Painting a picture Vena Meadows. Dialogue The conqucrence of Idleness Susie Bowling, Fayetta Pucci, Cora Mead ows, Lessie Newton. Recitation Kitty'slesson Brox ie Meadows. Recitation Bountrified Aggie Pucci. Recitation Poem postponed Zela Ne vton. Recitation-Child's trouble-Allie Bowling. Dialogue Backward'- Badger Chandler, B'anchard New ton, Mamie Meadows. Song I'se gwine back to Dixie -Lessie, Susie, and Blanch ard Newton, Badger Chand ler, Norman Venable and Claud Bwles. Eddie Bowl ing, Cora Meadows, Sum? Bowling, Fayetta Pucci, Hattie Turner. Concert Recitation-Don't eio usoui-IIarvey Turner, Wal ter Duke, Jesse Chandler. Herman Gray, Alphonza Riggs, Lcnn'e Newton. 3jla -Have courage my boy to say no -by little boys and girls. Recitation Bo-peep's rarty, il lustrated by shadows-Jennie Gray, Pompeii Cera Meadows. Pantomime-StarSprangled Ban nerLucy Newton, Cora Bowling, Daisy Humphries, and several others. Recitation -Our flag-Sete Turner. Song-Our flag-by school. Flag drill by twelve girls, Music by Mrs. Robert Day. Scenic reading Illustrated by tableaux, Lessie Newton. Sjng-We'll never say good-bye in Heaven. Gun Drill-BIanchard Newton, captain. Soldiers, Hermon Gray, Henry Newton, David Turner, Jermie Chandler, Clyde Bowles, Grose Mead ows, Merritt Duke, Zeb Meadows, Seth Turner, Nor man Riggs. Inspector. from Stem. Farmers in this section are busy bedding corn land, and fix ing to plant corn, tobacco, and other farm planting. Tobacco plants are looking fine in this section. Rev. C. H. Ralkon preached nt C.ci'.i !at St!uid.ty arid Sui.di. and all that heard the sermon pronounced it to be excellent. George Gooch passed away at his kme the 24th of March. The cause of his death was cancer, and he has tbeen suffering very much for three years or more. He was a quiet, peaceable man, a member of the Methodist church, and when the summons came be was ready to answer. He leaves a wife and eight chil dren, two brothers and three sisters, and a large number of relatives to mourn his death. The funeral was held from Stem Methodist church by Rev. C. H. Rallson. 1 Mr. Owens Resigns. At the meeting yesterday of the board of county commission ers, Mr. C. A. Owens, tendered his resignation and the appoint ment of another commissioner will take place today. Mr. Owens will live in Norfolk with which city he divides his residence in Durham. At the past two or "three meetings re has been unable to be in attend ance and the important road mat ters coming before him demand a substitute. It was t expected that Clerk C. B. Green would name his successor yesterday but this was not done. Er. Glldewell For District Eleclar. The friends of Mr. P. W. Glide well will present hi3 name to the District Convention for the nomi nation for elector, and will press his claims for the honor. Mr Glidewell is a sterling young Democrat, fluent speaker and an aggressive campaigner. When asked by a Review man if he would accept the nomination he replied that he would, if the rep resentatives of the party desired him to have the position. The friends of Mr. Clidewell assert that he ha3 good ability. a speaker and we prt diet that h will ma!: a brilliant canvas o: his district for the Nationa' ticket. He hns nevtr held any politic: office, but before moving to Roc' - inguani waa nominated for Clerl. f the Court in the rock-ribbed Republican county of Stoker and enmo naar scoring a victory over his very popular rival for the o n'.!C. The position as elector is pur. iy one of honor, thers being n compensation, and the part holding th? plr.co U expected t make a campaign of the District and defray all his expenses. The Review acquiesces in :11 the complimentary things said oi Mr. Glidewcll and would be de lighted at seeing him honored by his district with the appointment There is no more loyal and de serving young Democrat in the State, and we know i f no one so young who would make a rave brilliant presentation of his party's contentions in the cam paign. -Reidsville Review. s UIJLIZJNS JNAT1UJNAL rJAJNK S m ; i m OF DURHAM, N. C. ORGANIZED MAY ist 1905. Ml Mi III Mt ill Ml Mi Mf Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits. , Stockholders Liability Depositors Protection 5100,000.00 7:;,435.28 10 .000.00 Ui:!,4o5.2S Officers B. N Duke, Pres. J. 3. Manning, Vice-Pres. J. B. Mason, Cashier. Directors: J. B. Duke, President America, Tobacco Companv. Y. E. Smith, Supt. Durham (V.ton Mfg. Comparn. C. L. Haywood, of Haywooti & Boone, Druggist?. J. H. SoUTHGATE, of South?:ite & Son, Insurance. R. H. Rigsbee, Capitalist. J. E. Rawls, Merchr.nl. B. N. IHJKE, Director American To' .j Co., and CapitaJist. J. S. Manning, Attorney-at-Law. N. M. Johnson, 2ysician and Surgeon. J. B Warren, Cf-ritalist and Farnur. J. B. MASON, .r C i- ..xns National Bark. DEPOSIT a Jr 1 nc v-uuii 1 1 AND T' JF 1 i?E PEOPLE, V aHAM, I H b CITY OF DURHAM iTED STATIC OF AMERICA Ml Mi Ml It will pay to deposit your uninvested money in this Bank, where it will be safe from fire and robbery, and earning you i per cent interest, if left for 4 monthsterai; it will be protected by fire proof and burglary proof safes anJ vaults;Jmanaged by prc dent and conservative business men; and handled by courteous an qualified bonded officers, always glad to wait on you. 5 We invite new accounts, large and small, of Individuals, Farmers, Merchants andJFirms, thatjiave not already done so, to open an account with us. Mi I m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m s m m ? m m m 44 -MONEY 3 IN Ml SAVINGS BiliC C me in an t start an account to lay. Stn!! depossits will be tba:ikf r.!!y r jesive 1 and Urge ones in projortioii. DURHAM, NORTM CAROLINA We Pay 4 per cent Coumpcund Interest on all 3avin.s Accounts OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAYS t GEORGE W. WATTS, President. JOHN SPRUNT HILL, Vice-President. J I w. v. wiiii l v.ut Cashier. T. B. PEIRCE, Jr., Assistant Cashier. fjcn i lanucdi of $:ns irj Cerered The L. & M. I'AINT roven dcferU in ptevtou paintinj,' mut yetnn for in to ij fears, bec-n'iM the L & M. U pure lin- ect oil btndcr-piiK oxide of tine pure white lesd, mul vou bt lp to make the tmint by mixing three attnrU of linixed oil with Cich jjaHon of paint. It ilotit in iminmet. ukc cost only fl.io per gallon. Hackney Eros. h. & M. Paint Agents. FOB SALE! White and Brown Letrhorn Eggs $1.00 for 15. White and Partridge Wyan dott Eggs $1.50 for 15. Order booked foi future delivery. "Y" POULTRY: PA11M. Iv.t bnrham, N, C. II. O. flr, 1'a.p. J i 2 lead Epos. Go. HELENA, N. C. I GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 1 We carry what you need and want. If we don't S happen to have it in stock we will get it for you. M Keep your money at home. Trade with your M home merchants. Let us build ud our own com- M munity. USEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. """" We will save you money on Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Groceries and Hardware, And every article carried in a first-clas3 Gen eral Store. Heade Bros. Co, 11 in i -i I mm mi II) n 11 I