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LEGISLATURE IN SESSION' (Continued from first page.) te 'of defalcation of VV. H. Martin or others. y " The joint resolution that the General Assembly adjourn sine die on Eebruary 15th, introduced some days ago, came upland wa3 almost unanimously voted down, and a motion to reconsider also failed of the necessary vote. : ' In the House the new bills in- I troduced were: By Hayes To authorize com- inisSioners of Chatham to pay bating indebtedness by bond is- ue. ' By SparrowTo regulate anting in Orange. By Connor To amend Sections aaii: lino r ifa . it: n vo, two anu koui oi me Kevis requiring additional qualifica tion in order to practice medicine. ; By Dowd To regulate cost of advertising sales of real property. By Pickett To promote cause of education in Alamance, i By Higdon To change county line between Clay and Macon. 4 By Lemmond To require We particular description of property sold under judgements, etc. f By McNeely, by request To 5 amend Chapter 41, Laws of 1907, for registration of veterinarians. By Cox, of Wake Resolution to print 50(i copies of memorial of I North Carolina Library Associa- tion for fireproof building. Bill for relief of commissioners of town of . Stovall. Granville county, passed third reading. They failed to publish the annual statement of taxes levied and collected and amounts expended, by oversight at the right time, and action has been brought against the. board. THURSDAY, JAN. 21. Bills introduced in the Senate: By Manning To promote more r efficient municipal government. This is the bill prepared by the is Raleigh Good Government league Tf 1 1. ana aesignea to nave a sort o "Watts Law" application to cit ies and towns of the State havinz Cve thousand or more population; providing for a mayor and four Aouncilmen to be elected and ihey to have the whole direction m the municipal affairs, being subject to removal from office 1 through vote of the people. The act is to apply to any city only after it has been adopted by vote of the people. By Manning-To repeal Section 1303 of the revisal. relating tn . . I the discharge of witnesses before ( the grand jury and the certificate 1 of attendance filed. By Bassett -To provide better protection of earnings of railroad employers and others engaged in interstate business and to assure to them the exemption laws of the State relating to persona! property. '4 tr. m a . i"Y j ones io establish a spe cial school district in Wake and Chatham counties, to be known cs District No. 5. f By Long, of Iredell-To prohi bit the issuing of franks for ser ice by telephone companiesjn North Carolina, I The minority report of the Sen ate judiciary committee. retMrt Jng the Manning bill, . enlarging .the powers of the Attorney Gen iral, was read, and Senator Man ling announced that he would reserve the right to call up the bill on its passage later. f By Barringer-To create a new Judicial district to be composed and of the counties of Guilford Alamance. By Ormond, by request-To w - vcreate new county of Mosely out i)i territory tokn fmm TnmV i sr avw via f Wayne and Greene, if voters so lect. Un the house the following introduced: By Graham, by request-Peti-Jon from citizens of Durham, to prevent profanity in certain mills )nd vicinities. By Gordon-To ;pon laundry apparel in favor of lunary men. By same-To es- wian library commission. ' By Butler, by renupst TV. i. jwtwo years to bring actions against telephone companies. Passed third readings: To es tablish tuberculosis dispensaries or sanitoriums in the" counties of the State: to print 500 copies of memorial of North Carolina Li brary Association for fire proof building; to amend Revisal relat ive to liability of counties in criminal actions. - ; Rougemont Items. Rougemont Council No. 275 was installed here with 33 mem bers on the 14th. . Messrs. Weldon Hall and F. L. Critcher have rented a wood shop here of W. M. Blalock, and with a blacksmith shop in the rear should do a good business with those needing wood and iron work. W. M. Blalock has the agency here of the well known Nissen wagon and will be glad to serve the public. Dr. J. D. Maynard has pur chased the new residence of F. L Critcher on East Main street and will locate there soon. Mr. Rufus Bowen ha3 moved into the Pool house, which has just been vacated by Mr. , W. A. Carver. Mr. W. A. Carver has moved into his new and elegant resi dence. Mr. F. ll Critcher has moved into the jT. Bowen residence, which i3 convenient to his place of btisiness. , Mr. W. B. Lawson was mar ried on the 12th to Miss Yancey, of Granville county, and are at their home near here. We all wish them a long and happy life. Mr. Lawson is a son of Mr. J. J. Lawson, of this place and is one of the firm of J. J. Lawson & Co. Mr. Walter Cothran has bought out the business of Mr. C. A. Anderson, who has moved to Crystal Hill, Va. Capt W. K. Parrish is very sick with grip. Mr. Parrish is about 80 years of age and his sickness goes hard with him. hope he may soon be up. Dr. J. D. Maynard will move into his new home here on the 19th and we are glad to have him with us. Mr. W. M. Blalock has a very neat office for rent. W. M. B. Explosive Joy lo Texas. . Texas is proud and happy this day. She has wrung a $1,625,000 fine from the Waters-Pierce ten tacle of the oil octopus. The United States Supreme Court, which refused even to take up the Federal government's appeal after the knock-out of Judire Kenesaw, Mountain Landis' $29.- 000,000 fine, has decided unre servedly for Texas. Texans, formerly opposed to division of the State, because, as Senator Bailey explained in the Senate, there is no way to divide the im perishable glory of the Alamo and -Goliad, will henceforth be opposed to division chiefly be cause "there ia no wav tn rfividp the imperishablefiglory of the $1.- 625,000 fine. An area larger than France, larger than the German Empire, is covered with a thick deposit of glory on every acre. Moreover, a whole carload of dollars has been gained. We shan't be surprised if Texas feels too proua to speak to any other State for at least a week. Char lotte Observer. .iyjv1"MVif......,. Trakas & Comnanv who had their store burned some time ago, will not reopen here, owing to their financial losses. Thev will direct all their time to their wholesale store in Goldsboro. Nursing Mothers and u i Orer-burdened Women In all stations of life, whom vigor and vitality mar have been undermined and broken -down by over-work, exacting social duties, the too frequent bearing of children, or other causes, will find in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription the most potent, invliroratlnfr restorative strength giver ever devised for their special bene- fit Nurslnr-saothers wlKfind It especial ly ValllahlA iK liKllliiln.V.I. .... V and promotlngn abundant Niirishmept or..J child. TEtpWtant fcorkprs too will find It a prIcclesHJWpW!re the yatera for baby's coming and rttaijein the ordeal comparatively nalnless? it SJ m-m in HT1T I at 'or rnnrflfl.in ff th Tms I cvtMrn DWicai. li-roui. weak women, who suffer from frequent headaches, back ache, dragfflnff-down distress low down In the abdomen, or from painful or Irreg ular monthly periods, gnawing or dis tressed sensation In stomach, dizzy or faint pells, see imaginary specks or spots pelvl catarrhal drain, prolapsus, ante- lo Persoo Couoty The following is clipped from the Person County Courier: Warren-Spencer Marriage. On Wednesday Jan. 13. at o'clock, p. m. at the home of the bride, and in the presence of the family and a few friends. Miss Mabel Spencer and Mr. Albert W arren were united in marriage. The bride was the popular and attractive daugter of Mr. and Mrs R. A. Spencer, of Roxboro. The groom is well known in Rox boro. He is now engaged in the mercantile business at Cunnincr ham, N. C. The bride was clad in a beauti. ful and becoming suit of orav broad cloth. The attendants were Miss Esther Spencer.sister of the bride and MissZell Warren, niece of the groom. The ceremony, was performed by Rev. C. P. Ryland. Dastor of the bride. After the marriage the haDny - couple left for the home of Mr. Warren's parents at which an ap propriate reception was tendered Mr. and Mrs. Warren. The manv friends of the contracting parties wish for them a long and happy we. A SUDDEN DEATH. Mr. Bunn Harris, who lived near Mill Creek, died suddenly yesterday evening while setting before the fire in his home. It was a very sad death. As we learn, the family had gone to Mill Creek cemetery to bury the wife of his son, Mrs. John Har ris, and while they were away he elder Mr. Harris died. He was a quiet, unassuming old gen- Jernan, and liked by all who knew him. Mr. Harris was about 70 years of age. 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Atlanta, an.' em urieans; at balisbtiry for AMicville, npoxvii ei (.naiianocwa. asHTiiii ami other points west. l:(Ol.tn.. No. tf. eaathnnn.1 Aim lot KaieiKn, .Ncinia anflj tol'lsloro. Car fits Pullman Sleeper Greensboro to Ral tiirh. 9:55 a. tn.. No. 107, westbouml, ilaily, for ('.reeniloro and intermediate local points; connects at Greensboro with U. h. at Mail for Danville, Lvnchbunr. Washington and all poinis North and nni.uiKviia iso. 7 lor Charlotte ana intermediate stations. Southern Railway Dining Cars operated on trains Nos. 36 ami 30. 0:10 a.m.. No. tt6. na.thhntinl 1;i. for Oxford. Henderson. leffriea. hteva. ville and Richmond, where close con. nectlon is made to all nointa north. ri.i connection at Jeffries for Norfolk and Stesmooat Lines to U'ilminn Ralit more. New York and Roston. $.3$ p. tn., No. 136, eastbound. daily forRalciKh, Seltna, Goldsboro and in termediate stations. 6:ton. m.. No. its. weilotinrt atall. for Greensbco and all points. Connects at Greensboro for Winston-Salem, also with Nos. .15 and 2a for Saliibtiry, Char lotte. Columbia. Charleston. Savannah Jacksonville, Atlanta and New Orleans: . a. 1 ' a. a. .a. ... ai EMUisunry tor Aanevuie, Knoavnie, Chattanooes. Metnrdiis. Iouisville. Cin cinnati and St. Louis. Connects north hound with No. is for Richmond. Nos. 8, 34 and 40 for Lynchburg, Charlottes ville, Washington, Kattimore, New York, Richmond and Norfolk. A-At n. m . N'n. tn. northlMMinil. 1ai1 ctcept Sunday, for Oafottl, Keysville, Richmond and intermediate atations. No. 115, Richmond to Durham, ar rives 5:33 p; tn. I'r furf rttftf 1 ftf rtrttiat tnt nM mnm at si .va v, via i via wtt J agent Southern Railway, or address,' w. 11. layioe, uen. is. Agent, Washington, D, C. R. L. Vernon, Trav. Pass. Agent, Char lotte, N.C. , P. W. Wonrlward. Union Ticket Airent Durham. N. C I THE BEST REUI THAT VE RAVE EVER OFFERED! We have secured a limited number of knivps-thrpp kinds-one like above cut and the others of different pat terns-which we will offer to RECORDER subscribers as long as they last and to new subscribers also, upon the fol lowing CONDITIONS: All old subscribers Daviner for one vear in nrlvmw will be given one of the above knives as a premium, and all new subscribers for one year will be given one also. No knife will be mailed unless four (4) cents in postage extra is sent with remittance and an amount necessary to pay subscrip tion one year in advance. THESE knives are on exhibition at Taylor & Phipps Co.'s store corner Mangum and Parrish streets, and will be given freely as long as they last, but remember that you should send your subscription at once to bp snrp to cpf nno They are much better than anv former nraminm wp Wo offered and as our premium offers are very popular, the supply, which is lame, will not last lone-. Wp will not bp able to get more at the price we have purchased these and when the supply is erone we cannot fill . ontor fnr miums. Address all communications to THE DURHAM RECORDER, Durham, n. c In the Superior I Court. i 4 NOTICE North Carolina 1 Durham County Lorcna 1'cck ) vs. V A. K. 1'cck. J The defendant above named will take . nnf i.-a Hi it an art inn entile! a alaiv has Wn commenced in the Superior Court of Durham County foratwolute divorce on the grounds of alwndonuient ; and f ornication and Adultry and the ' said defendant will further take notice that he is required to appear at the neat term of the Superior Court of said i county to be held on the 6th Monday t fore it Monday in March 19119. at the Court house of ssid county in Dur-' hum V C. ami in.f nr iti-niiir trt llm ' complaint in said action, or the plain- j tilT will apply to the court for the re 1 lief demanded in said complaint. This nth day of Decelier, 190S. C. B. GREEN Clerk Superior Court. Administrator's Notice Having this day qualified as admini- strato.- of the es'ste of the late J. II. Pool, late of Durhsn County, this is to notify all persona indebted to him to come forward and make immediate pay ment, and all persons homing claims "gainst his estate will present them to the tiiiilrfwticil on or beore the inihl dsv of Novenilier, 1009, or this notice le plead in bar of their recovery, is Novenilier Jolh, 1008. W. W. Harris Administrator F.ou'.c 1, of Rougemont, N. C. J. It. PuuL, t)ecea!Hl. -BBBaatMHHHtasrri ReTeHowertoii(5Son Old Reliable Modern Funeral Directors and ....Embalmers... OlTice and Show Rooms: 31 G Mangum St. Hay arid night service. Phone li7 Ample facilities forany emergency in our liue. Administrators' Notice. Havinjf this day qiialifie-1 n adminis trator of Ja nics Preston Potest, deceaed late of Durham county, all person in debted to s.ii.l estate i.h... forwanl and make immedinte payment, annsii persons noniuij claims against said estate will pretrnt the same to the undersigned on r lefore flie tli ilav of Dec. Ivikj or this notice will be pSind in Irnr of their recover . , Tliis DcciniNr 24th, o4, K. I. CtffiTaR, AdtninUtrator of James1 1'fC-lotl Potest, decease !. 'Your 1 Pliotograpli May look wry well, but if it iUx-t i not hate a distinctiveness that vou are proud of there is some thing linking. I The work we tnrn out liears the stamp of fcood workmanship, I and when we make vour photos you tike pleasure fa showing 11c 111 iu jour irienos. Weaicprcudof the photos we have made and will gladly show them to you if you w ill call the Holladay Studio Opp. the Postof fict Durham, N. C Subscribe for The Hecokder. 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