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You May Travel --- A Long Way And not Find so Good an Assort ment or Such Favorable Prices as we are now offering on Stoves, Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Axes. Barbed Wire, Poultry Wire, and all kinds Fence Wire. Our stock of Roofing, Belting, Paints, Lime, Cement, and Nails is complete and our prices the lowest to be found. Pollard Bros. a.rcrssra.re smiiioK must m jams. SEE FOR YOURSLF rxrnimxxziimzxurxisxixzxxiiiixixinizzxniiizi M H M u Some of the tdctures we have enlarged for other people, by visiting our J studio today. B M When a pnotopraDher nas succeeded in securing a natural expression ana g g tractive pose, it is always well to have at least ONE ENLARGEMENT g made for the small photos are apt to be misplaced, lost or forgotten, while Q R an Enlarged Photo remains an ornament to any room. V Ej Let us show you samples of our work n this direction. I MISS KATIE la. JOHNSON S J 103J East Main Street. Durham, N. C. g NEW BICYCLES, MOTOR CYCLES, SECOND HAND BICYCLES. Repairing of Light Machinery a Specialty. H. A. GASMS, Near Fto Points. Dirtffl, N. C. , ocsc 3GC DOC All Kinds of Hauling! jj THE CITY TRANSFER PHONE 300 Are the People to Call. Nothing toe Heavj or too Light We Give Your Work Our Per sonal Attention. Hauling Baggage Promptly Atttended to. Best Satisfaction Guaranteed for Moving Furniture and Household Goods w i onnpor t onr T Ann f Proprietors. TMQ D r, a an No.. . etall Sum Summon North CaBOLI.ha 1 Is the Superior Durham County I Court. Hiram H. Vickers, et al Taurman irkero ToW. Percy Vickeri: Too will take notice that a special pro reeding entitled a above was begun in lle Superior Court of Durham County withe nth dar of September, vfin, aie being instituted to sell the Hiram Ykkers Home riace, in hicb von have a i;-:th interest; and that summons tnerrin was duly iasued at said time and the Slu-ril of Durham County returned the aame endorsed. "Afterdue diligence. W. Percy Vickers is nrt to be found in lixhaiu County"; and it appearing to the Court by affidavit that you are not a ftlent of the State of North Carolina Vet reside in the State of Wyoming. It i ordered, conidered and adjudged feat service of aaid summon be made up n you bv publication for thirty day in te Durham Recorder, a newspaper pnb'.isned nmi-wtkly in Durham. N. C. mniiring you to ajipear at the office of t!ie Clerk f Su;rior Court of Diirbam CoontyonthelJday of October, i)H M imjo oclork A. M. and answer or Vrnor to the petition, or the relief pray ed ft will be granted Hereof, fail not. This nth day of beptemlier. 1908. C M.CkEKK CWV Superior Court. JIany Hake Fatal Mistake.. jHiotistnds get sick and manv die wfitmut indemnity again.t ACC1DKKT, AND DEATH. A complete PUicy covers all the above. You should a2ohavea policy on your HOKSR OK ML'LR agsin-t death from any aiu. I Ti N.jnh State Mutual Life Insuranre Co., jof Kinnlon, N. C, with paid in cup. j f of I Mjr, iiwues the COM PLP.TK j poUCV. The Southern Uve Meek In-1 fciun. e Co., of High Point. N. C, with y'.! stM'ftpkol of f ".. the I'ol-1 mvh voiir HOKSI'. OR Mtf.E. for FOR 8 ALE. Under and bv virtue of power given me in certain mortgage deed dated the Ttb day of Apnl, 1902 and registered in book of mortgage page 570 tn the office of register of deeds of Durham County executed by Anderson Day and wife, to secure the payment of a note of f 130.00 and interest, and (leiatiit having been made in the payment of said note and in terest, I will on Saturday October, 17tli WOK at 12:00 o'clock M. at Court House door. Durham, N. C, offer for sale to the bighes' bidder for cash the following de scribed land Wing the land described in mid mortgage deed, situate in Durham county, Mate of North Carolina, and known as the Nancy Day place. Adjoining the lands of Balam Tilley and Kinch Rycroft on the West, Dock Belvinonthe South, Martha Holloway and Samel lieaalev on the East. Cat. W. N. Bowling and Mt. Level Church on the North: containing ioo acres, more or less. Tbia Sepe ber. 14th, if. W. B. Hamitox, Mortgagee. Your Photograph May look very well, but if It does not have distinctiveness that you are proud of there is some thing lacking. The work we turn out bears the stamp of Rood workmanship, and when we make your photos you tke pleasure in showing them to your friends. We ate prcud of the photos wt have made and will gladly show tbem to you if you will call ilk. tra. the Holladay Studio r.O. Box GSs, Durham, N. C. Off. lit Postoffi, Durham. N. C Many Cases Contlnned.-Two Damage Suits Decided la Faror olPIalntlfl Durham superior court for the trial of civil cases, came to a close last . Friday evening after settling a divorce case. The suit of Mrs. Rachael Free man against the city for damages on account of grading a street was decided in favor of Mrs. Freeman, the jury allowing her $225 damage. The main idea of the city was the contention that a municipality could not be sued on account of street improve ments. Mrs. Freeman asked for $500 on account of the work that had to be done on the house on account of raising of the street. , In the Superior Court Thurs day, the jury in the case of J. H. Taylor, colored, against the Western Union Telegraph Co brought in a verdict for $500 damages. The suit was brought for non-delivery of a message. During the afternoon session Friday the case of James H. Tay- or was called up again by the attorneys for the Western Union Telegraph company, and the court was asked to reduce the amount of the damage granted. Judge Jones said that he did not ike to interfere with verdicts of the jury for they were usually right, and the matter was left as it had been. Gorman Notes. The weather begins to look like winter and it will soon be here. We "regret that diptheria is raging all around here so Glenn's school is not being so good as usually at the opening. The trustees met Tuesday to decide whether to let the school go on or close. Luna Veazey and Miss Mamye Johnson were the guests of Miss Eva Hall Sunday. Con Davis of Chatham county, arrived this week to enter school at Glenn's. He will board with his grandfather, John Hall. Miss Lucy Rogers is on a visit to Rev. Mr. Pace, and family at Oxford. Mr. Obe Tingen and family re turned from Helena Monday where they visited relatives and attended the revival at Antioch. Misses Effie, Vera and Jona Forsythe, of Durham, Miss Lula Jourdon. of Burlington, Messrs. J. M. Proetor, W. T. Shaw, Emithe and F. W. Fletcher and Mr. Wilkins were the guests of the Misses Markham Saturday night and Sunday. Dr. Ward went over to Dur ham this week on business. Miss Malissa Markham return ed Saturday, after spending several weeks at Roxboro, Helena and other places on a visit to friends. She reports having had a most delightful trip attending fishing trips parties and a revival. Mr. and Mrs. Hundley were visitors at A. J. Hail's Sunday. The fanners have organized a union at Glenn's school house and we hope there will be much good accomplished by it. The colored people had baptiz ing near here Sunday. G. C. Items from Eoagemo&t Mre. W. M. Blalock and Misses Zula and Lelia Blalock and Miss Hattie Parrish have just return ed from the fair at Raleigh and report a pleasant trip, also that the exhibits were fine. Mr. Elijah Cothran has bought and moved to Rougemont. Mr. T. V. Bobbin has moved here al so. r Miss Lola Kirkland has opened her millinery store here again this fall and Is doing a thriv ing buiness with a branch store at Hurdles Mills. Our merchants are doing good business after the panic and dur ing the election and the political discussions. Farmers are sowing wheat in earnest, taking advantage of the fine weather we are havinz. Cora shuckings and bossum hunting trips are the next best j attractions, even tome of the ladies going out on a hunt. A crowd went out the other night until after midnight with no'luck. Mrs- J. J. Lawson is visiting her daughter at Nelson, Va., this week. Mr. W. A. Carver is building a new residence that will be a cred it to our town when completed. Married Thursday Mght. Rev. G. T. Adams married Miss Mary R. Russell and Mr. Earle G. Harris, both of Bahama. Thursday night at the home of Mr. Oren Holmes on Pearle street The ceremony was performed at 7 o'clock and the couple spent the night here. From Durham thev went to Raleieh where they took in tne fair. I Both are young Bahama peonle,v the groom being a well known rural delivery man from Bahama. - VICTOR S. BRYANT SPEAKS. (Continued from first page.) for private character. Does he pay his debts? If he were poof nd couldn't, I would have nothing to say about It. But If he smoked ten cent cigars and $5 a gallon liquor, wore a $50 suit of clothe and wouldn't pay bis debts, I would call him a pretty derned bad man and wouldn't vote for him." He spoke at some length about the little things being told on Mr. Smith about his sending his little girl up town to school. He said that though he republican party la claiming some sort of purgation, that it old leaders ill lead, and added, "the first I heard of Mr. Giles was as a candidate In Chatham and be opposed the submission of" the constKuUonal amendment to (he people and opposed it on the stump. I always think that the man who stood against that meas ure opposed the best things In our citizenship." About this point someone fired a pistol and a wag said. "Bramham's busied." The laugh went the rounds and Solicitor Fuller wa called. In three minutes he had the boys yelling and said: "You've all got sense. You don't want to throw your votes away. A vote for Bramham Is wast ed. If he Is elected it's thrown away and If beaten Its the tame thing. I know you won't do that The only thing a republican does when he gets to Raleigh, ti to form a sort of black fringe for,, the white cloth of democracy." Th4e were tome republicans in the crowd and occasionally there were feeble yells for Bramham, but lacked the proportions of a boom. WANTED Success Magazine mitifie the service of a man in Inrham to look after expiring subscriptions and to se cure new buinea by mean of special methoda unusually effective; position permanent; prefer one witn experience, but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications, aalary f i.50 per day, with commission option. Ad ores, with reference, R. C. Peacock, Room twa. Success Magazine lildg,. New York. Subscribe for The Recorder. POLITICAL SPEAKINGS! Hon Thomas Settle Republican elector fur the atatc at large and Hon. J. Hwood Cox Republican candidate for gover nor, wil! apeak at the Aca demy of Music October 20. COUNTY CANVASS by Republican County Candidates All candidate for countv oftcr. for the senate and house of representatives. will address the voters of Itarh m county at the following time and places: Mangnm's More, W edneaday, Octolier it. 1:30 p.m. Rougemont, W ednesday night October a. r.vf. Bragtown, Thurwuiy night, Octotr . 7:j- Pearl Mill, Friday night. Odotxr 2t. tienn s jkiiooi iioue, Saturday night, Octolier n. 7:30. Ivlgemont, Monday night, DiMier Bahama, Tucwlay night, Octolier a7, 7:3. , Durham (court home) Wednenday nilfht. OrtnbrraH.rto. West iHirhani. thunwlay niidit. Ort- ol-r tt. T.o. Ewt Durham, rrj.Uy night, Octo'jef JO. 7:30. Everybody Invited to At tend These Speakings. J. A. GILES. Chairman Co. Rep. Ex. Com. Administrator's Notice. Having this day qualiffrd as admini strator of the ctste of the late Lniro Nichols la'.e of Imrhatn County, this is to notify sll pern indebted to him to come toward and make immediate pay. ment, and all petaons holding claims again-1 bis etate will prewnt them to tne unonitgnei on or oef.re the loth day of rw-piember, 1019, or thi notes will l jiiea! in larof Ihetr recovery. This September, lh, t?A. 1. 1 WiLKKHiio. Aininitrtor of Luico Nkliola, Iieceated. Attractive.' Patterns , Never beforjpi have we been able to present ;Fall and Winter such attractive patterns in Men's Fine Clothes. New colors in end less variety to suit every one. The Best Made In the past we have given spe cial attention to the make of clothes we handle and this season is no exception, ; The make of our clothes would cause thein to appear stylish if the were made of cheaper goods, but when you get the best make, the best goods", and at a price that is within the reach of all, you get the best that is going. - New Ideas New ideas in clothes for men that like to dress well have not been overlooked and our store contains just what you want in that line. A visit to our store will reveal to you the style, quality, fit and make-up of the clothes we are offering you. W. A. SLATER COMPANY. West Main Street, Durham, N. C 'if'' mm The Cable Line of Pianos All Manufactured by The Cable Co.ES2 Mason & Hamlin. - Conover. - Cable. Kingsbury. - Wellington. - DeKoven. The celebrated Mason & Hamlin Church, Chapel and Parlor Organ. The highest and middle gtade pianos de livered anywhere on approval. For easy terms and best prices, see The Cable Co. IQ8 Church St., Durham, N. C. h. a Things Worth Remembering First. That whether you intend re-covering your old house or building a new one, we have the shingles you need from the cheapest sap pine to the best No. 1 pine or juniper. Second. That while selling you the shingles we can also supply you with all kinds of Cressed ' Lumber, Sash, Doers, BiiorJs, Eccldlcgss tlc Etc. Third. You should not fail to take our advice about these things. We give you the advice and we will sell you the other things at very reasonable prices. D. D. CAMERON, At same old stand, near Five Points, Durham, N. C. MICHAELS' PHARMACY : i i- 'CORNER MAIN AND MANGUM STREETS. Durham, N. C. I X2XXXXXXX:rZX:XZZIX:ZXX:XXX2XXX2XXX2XXX2X2XXX2XXX22 K Repairing Done Promptly and Well a M M M M M We lighten your labors and increase your ports by making your oMJmpV menu go u new. We repair all kinds light machinery. Special attention to m Guns, Pistols. Blcuctcs. Gasoline Enaines. Scales. v , . m Graphophones, Locks, Etc, Etc j MATTHEWS BROTHERS, 114 Church Street, g H Phone 516. Durham, N. C. h M M M M M 4 M M M M VZXXXXZ2XXXXXXXXXXXXZXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXZZ2XZJ H. STEINMETZ, FLORIST Hyacinths, Tulips, and all kinds of Bulbs for Fall Planting Choice Cut Flowers, Carnations, Roses, Violets, etc., for all occasions. Floral Designs, Palms, Ferns and all kinds of Pot and out-door bedding plants. Orders promptly filled. H. Stoinmotz. Florist, Raicigh, - . . North Carolina.