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Tha DURHAM RECORDER.
Semi-WeekLT. EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. By ZEB. P. COUNCIL. ESTABLISHED 1820. Entered as second class matter August 1903, at the postofflce at Durham, N. C, under the act of Congress of March 3,1879. Subscription Rates : One year....... ... . J 1. 00 Six months 50 cents Three months. 25 cents Rates for advertising made known on application. DURHAM. N. C Mar. 9, 1909 The session of the legislature will be followed by municipal affairs and the indications are that the candidates will furnish the people with plenty to think about. The location of the Erwin Mill seems to be in the air as yet and each day brines up sone. thing new and makes the people more anxious for its locution here, it is likely to be held off as long as possible. It is not supposed that the new president and his cabinet will give satisfaction to every one for he cannot give ail that wants job3 a chance, but when it is considered that members ol the cabinet should be men to the president's liking, there is little reason for complaint from others, bad weather just about hit the mark. '' r Farm work in this community a, .ft m t is a nttie slow as toe ground stays too wet most of the time. Fruit trees have begun to bloom and their sweet perfume is delightful. There is but little sickness in the community at present. Glad to note that Mrs. Candace O'Neal, who has been very feeble for some time, is improv- ww a 1 It mg. Hope sne win soon De weii again. Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Brinkley spent Sunday with W. H. Fergu son and family. . John N. Hubbard is still in the community shaking hands with old friends. He seems to enjoy his visit very much and he re- MESSRS. DANIEL AND VICK THE TEAM For the First of a Series of Debates Between Sewanee and Trinity. (From Trinity Chronicle) ' " A large crowd was present at the i preliminary contest last Thursday night in the Y. M. C. A. Hall to witness the selection of the speakers for the first de bate in the series between Se wanee and Trinity which takes place here in Craven Memorial Hall Easter. The committee on decision selected Messrs. G. M. Daniel, of Roanoke Rapids, and G. W, Vick. of Glover, as the team to represent this college, with Mr. A. M. Proctor, of Huntsville, Ala., as alternate, The committee on decision con- A RARE OPPORTUNITY Is here offered to the Sick and Suffering of Our Community. Read Reflegt ik ci Carefully Thoroughly 'Accordingly rmvpR a warm wp pnme nv ma monv fronds. Ha enpcts tore- s,ste(1 ot rolessoiS VV. K. 150yd, main in the community three of the department of History-, VV. weeks or more. I. Cranford, of the department of Mrs. A. D. Ross and Miss Philosophy, and V. H. Glasson, Lizzie Peed visited the family of of the department of Political J. L. King recently. Science. Dr. Edwin Mims, of J. H. Egerton has returned to the department ot English, pre- his work in Durham county sided, and Mr. A. M. Jordan, a after spending, several weeks Bfnw in th orWi'inart. with his father, Samuel Eger- , nA f:m ru Wnx p rvKi J- ., W . contest was very interesting and ber shop, of Durham, visited his was 1'stend to, larf e mother recently. . nuraoer 01 siuaenu anu ouicrrs ,n There is a new comer at W. R. the community. The question is. Grissom'3 home. "Resolved, That a federal A large congregation attended board of arbitration, with power services at New Bethel the to enforce its findings and decis- fourth Sunday. , Rev. Mr. ions, should be established (or a Burl ston, of Wake Forest, con- settlement of disputes between ducted the service. This church employers and workingmen, iu A GOOD PLOW A Good , Cutaway. Harrow The Best Corn Planter Made, Buckeye Riding Cultivator, jSpike Tooth Har rows, Three and Four Hoe Cul tivators, Cotton Planters. win pay tnetr nrst vtsu 10 T" ,1 1 1 1 durham, North Carolina By using these tools you can cultivate and will be at the TTinrA Innrl cn flip wnvk hprfpr wifh Hotel Corcoran Friday and Saturday, N it 1 3 1 v ,i 7 less lauur anu mane ueiu;i crups. has extended a call to one of its former pastors, Rev. Mr. Mar tin. of Creedmoor. It is to be hoped that he will accept. J. E.F. Although we have neglected to say so, it is never-the-less true that we have the "largest circulation of any Semi-Weekly newspaper published in Durham, The Thaw trial might have rrpflfpd more cpnpral Interest than triP.r.Tonpr trial in Tennea-" the bouthern 3 passenger Hr. Ken man's Stunt. Some excitement was created cases involving transponation companies engaged in inter-state commerce." Trinity will have the affirmative and the Episco palians will defend the negative. The first of the series of contests between the two institutions will be held here Easter in Craven see, but one thing stands out to stat,on thl3 raornin tween 1 Memorial Hall, to which thepub the fore-front: The Tennes- an o'clock when Mr. Walter lie will be invited, and it is rea seeans do the "talest swearing. GeorSe Newman, who had just sonable to prophesy that it will I " ' m I m 1 I : 1 1 I . iTmnnrUwwdtnrallr of thl . . . .1 '" accom- be one of the biggest occasions .. ..... . . . named dv Mrs. Newman. wenth...-i.i.... n. newrjresident'sattidtuae towara .. ... . .. ' . . - 1 1 - r r a rn r fin n rwi 1r.11 wi m in mr w n.c I is a strong one, ana witn tne sup- ew 1 ore, ana Kwea oeninu a doubtlcss given spirited horse, deliberately drove T. 1 :.. 1, AAnrn ?f0fn t by the community at large, UUUVl bilC OUVU VV WW ft trt A MAS I , " 1 n M th flportinh r,flW tIlCre 13 Ttn t0 bc,,CVC ' I .. . .1 .11 !! L J... then turned around and drove inaiine COi,cSc w"' w ,-,CU1U,- back. the animal makinz a ciz P'r represented noise with his high stepping on At the conclusion ot the con the cement flooring and the tcp test on Thursday evening, while of the buggy tingling the nuraer- the committee ot decision was ojs incandescent electric bulbs, lout, Dr. Mims made a short but ... Policeman Williams immediately I .nlont taiv tn tlmco mm. li IS OUr UU1UWU Uiab BUS 1U VT . .f,,j - . - wwn.nt, havp tn fppl that reallv and trulv ir' c""' ent along the lines ot debating in- main to and to have to feel that really ana truly that he have to put up a lcr,stsllSere and the words spoken " hom 1 tNtHaimtn $20bond He8aidhewould not 1TSEZ r-v-'r: lsner Deiore me soua cuuia , .. . ... , s wivumhu --wi.. uu lb anu tiic vinwci oaiu 11c the South and what he intends to do toward making her feel that she is a part of the nation, and we sincerely hope that the South may receive what she deserves at the hands of the National goverment, but if the South turn bles at the nrst crack ot recog nition, we shall be disappointed. It has been a long time since the South received her dues and Visiting Specialists FROM THE Cleveland Institute of Medicine and Snrcery , Legally Chartered and Incorporated CLEVELAND, OHIO March 19th and 20th. TELL TODI SICI FRIENDS "TOi 2 DAYS ONLY 2 A. M. TO 7:30 P. M. FREE This Institute, composed of a grouo ol regularly graduated physicians ano tur geons. licensed, lega"? chartered and In corporated under the laws of-ths Stat of Ohio, sends at Its own expense these eminent medical spec'allsta In order to introduce ths newest .net hods and dls coverles In medicine and surgery, such as the system of treatment under X ray, Violet ray, Finsen ray, Hydrotherapy, Etc., to give to those who call on the above date, consultation, examination, advice and all medicines required to com plete a cure, absolutely f;ce. These spe clallsts will diagnose your case and give you the benefit of their skill and med ical knowledge. There la In this case no experimenting or guess work at your expense. You will be told whether you can be cured or not If your case Is curable they will put you under treatment Immediately! If Incura ble they will give you such advice as may prolong your life). Their trestment always gives quick relief, and ultimately positively cures. Being prepared to cope with each Individual case the humsn sys tem Is thoroughly cleansed of the dls ease In a natural and direct manner, and Improvement la noticed at once; oven the worst cases are treated without any inconvenience to the patient or the pur suing of his or ber dally vocation. If you are Improving under your family physician, do not come and take up their valuable time, as they absolutely refute to treat any one who Is tinder the care of the local physicians. They wish be sides to give each patient plenty of time and their undivided attention, but can not listen to long stories not pertaining to your trouble. They have discarded the eld methods and remedies used for ages by the medical world, and which It woulJ bo folly to depend upon any longer, for they are not known to cure, as thousands die, depending on them for relief. Tnt following list of diseases only are taken under treatment, to-wit: Diseases of the Nervous System, Heart, Stomach, Lungs Kidneys. Catarrh, (purulent or dry), Consumption, Epilepsy, Desfness, Dis eases of Womon,Tumors,Pseudo Cancers, Piles, of a Chronic Nature only.. They TAYLOR & PHIPFS CO iMaDgum and Parrish Streets, - - Durham, N. 0. KXXIlIIZlZrZZIIIZZXIZX2X2ZXXZXIIIXZI2ZIZ12IIIXi:iXXIii THE BEST AND ONLY WAY I g To remember the children as they loooked while 2 young is to have their Photo taken frequently I H TtrJr i. :u.. r ru:u ru t i S j lie iuurvc a tptcuuiy ui vimurens x. iiuws-nuvt; S any amount of patience in getting a true likeness of g tnem. g Wouldn't it be well to bring vours to our Studio today? 3 I.HSS KATIE I.. JOHNSON 1031 East Main Street Durham, N. C. 1 (Schedule in Effect Oct 18, 1908.) DURHAM DIVISION. ' Ex Son Daily Ex Sea Dally p.m a.m. a.m. p..n 5:30 7:00 Lt Durham Ar 11:15 9:15 12:05 11:59 Ar Lyncnbnrg l,v 5:15 4:15 Connettiou at Lynchburz with trains East and West bound. Is are thinking of tailing a trip YOU want quotations, cheapest fares, reliable and correct information, as to routes. train schedules, the most comfortable and quickest war. Write and the infor mation is yours for the asking, with one of our complete Map Folders. M. F. BRAGG, Trav. Pasa. AgU W.B.BEVILL.G.P. A., Roanoke, Va.,Gen. Office. Roanoke, Va bacomes anything else. would hold the team as security. and stronger enthusiasm in the Mr. and Mrs. Newman caught act,VIty hcr.e Th,e fa? thaf Sausages Set the aualitv standard as high as you will our home made Sausatre will measure TJSSSA r.n?r.rr.r; up to it Mlde of the finest at once. Catarrh In all Its varied forms, seirciCU UUriv. Turkey and Hams Through the holiday sea son we spare no etiorts to keep on nand the best the 1 1 marnet anoras in aressea turkey and fresh hams. Call up A. A. TH ACKER, Ilka other dlaessss If once UKSn unoer treatment. Is cured permanently to re never return. It matters have seen, or with whom fell to call, as a visit will cost you nothing, and may restore you to hsalth, or even ssve or prolong your iits. aa thousands of persons will Usury ey unauallabla testlmonlsls In all parts of the country. If you suspect Kidney Trou bio. bring two ounce bottle of your Urine for chemical and mlcroscopicsi an- Ivels. REMEMBER Tho free oner is ourmj this visit only, and will not be repeated. Persons commencing treatment upon III be required la pay, but not one cent will be asked from those commencing treatment during this .;Pl?J y.' -nZsLn ot the office To not entered the preliminary called iTZrZ Cvt it ud at Fisher Brothers' forth his temarks; and while he A .;! form thle vr stables. Mr. Newman sent word acknowledged that the lack of the The election that was to have 10 his local att?r"ey 10 J Ur Proper interest was charged upto .jr uure visit. been held next Tuesday to see if wemawer ana nep up we re- me 7' . V. 14 vt hv quired bond this morning and toaic to tne Leoaie uouncu, vltlt for any msdieino necessary to ef in this section, has been called M tbe team Uken to Harper which organization he reprc Vf'lT 0fit Brothers stables, where Mr. sented, its proportionate share of on above dste. whensoever, or b whom Mr. John Micol is building a Newman Keeps ms scock quar- b!ame Rut 5t was very evident new feed barn andistables, which tere' - . . that only a small part of the is entirely different from any. .Mr- Lonnie Maxwell, of this M u u lace(J tfacre ..... a.a . I At S w9 lVl . t f VlAAIt Y 7 A 1 IS OB I 1 thing in this country and will by - . CircumsUnccs unfortunate, to be a njee and durable structure sure, but over which nolly had M Da"heep? int s on Th S" " control, accounted for the fact JP-iJent Taft has " been Crescent, whichisto be revived that more definite arrangements , by on. of th ir local D As Freident lalt ha3 Deen . u,a ,u Kv th .,nril onics Hour.: t a. m. to 70 p. m. Q, inaugurated probably we will "'' JT 7 ,al..B,tiMtt-MiHw complete new outfit. Mr. L earlier for inter-collegiate debates Mr ? II ripvton u ho ha Scott Allen, who edited the paper for the present year, and for this been sick for sjme time, is aid before, will again do that work, reason the council is willing to to be improving. I hope for her The papf 13 owned bya 8tock. take to itself all possible criticism. company 01 oansuury anu 0n lhe ot,er handt however.it Spencer men. Salisbury Cor- to M .ad that there has not respondent Charlotte Observer. 1 been the whole hearted cnthus Stent anr! tntrrixit nn the , -..v. . - - - , - t itmf -f,1(r)rtau , amd (, U 11e Sbupuioo I ine literary suncms miu inc iu-iu.niiMt,K. members in debating City Market, for all kinds of fresh meat ... 1 wanted, a positive guarantee to euro win be given under their system of treat ment. Those having long standing and complicated dlsesse, who have failed to I act well and become discouraged, are particularly Invited to calk NOTICES Married ladle without their HUSBANDS, and minora without their FATHERS, will positively not be admitted to consultation unless sceom- a speedy recovery. Mrs. Nannie Hamby, of Ken tucky, is visiting her parent? Mr. ana Mrs. Arch Lynch, near University Station. Robert McCa jley sold his mule last week to E. II. Lawrence & Co. Mr.Mames Crabtree and family spent Sunday at Mr. S. II. Clay ton's. Mr. Faulty Kultz and wife, of West Virginia, are visiting the family of II. L Dollar. B. F. II. from fclelgb, laule 7. llentyof tiin just at present and those tt predicted some Sunday Aiierocoa Marriage. Sunday afternoon at the home of J. E. Owens Miss Bessie O'Briant was united in marriage to Mr. W. Thomas Ilopson. Thn ceremony was performed by Rev. II. E. Spence, of the North Dur ham M. E. Church. Both were of the Jlawful age, and came here from their home in Patterson township to get married in order to surprise their friends. They returned to the home of the groom after the ceremony. OONT FORGET THE OATS IIIDU 10 IUCID1T tltrcfe I9tl Ml 2011 tWO DAYS ONLY I SKIN DISEASES AHO BLOOD SOEES CURED Ttirina U a anlmrsal eure far er diMeee hirh affect the (kin er hae lu outW through the akin. Whatever thie wvl1nl eintmatit twU it einve. It rlwiw pain hwtaailr and effort per etandtnff, Raft Ol I eralp. Writ fnr tMtiRKiniiibi. Ak for Tsttairine .... pernmiient tarrm la chmnle cams M years i, ewe ae h-hlr pilm, trtier, eracma, i am, and all eHmume f te iVtn and FOR THE BEST Harness, Saddles, Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Hunting Coats, Leggins, and Sole Leather go to C. i'Joodall Durham, N. C. Good3 Right - Prices Right Dr. J. W. Petty, VETERINARIAN SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. Effective Sept 13th, 1908, and subject to change without notice. Trains will leave Durham as follows: No. 233.-10.35 A. M. connect ing at Henderson with No. 38 which will arrive at Portsmouth Norfolk at 6:40 P. M., resuming counection at Weldon with A C. L. for Eastern Carolina points and at Portsmouth-Norfolk with Steamship lines for Washington, Baltimore, Cape Charles, New York and Boston. This will also connect at Henderson with No. 60 for Richmond, Washington and New York. No. 241 will arrive in Durham at 430 P.M. No. 221 will arrive in Durham at 10 .05 A. M. No. 222 will leave Durham at 6.00 P. M. The Durham & Southern tram No. 41 leaving Durham at 3,15 P. M. and arriving at Apex at 4.25 P. M. connects with Sea board No. 41 and 43 for Char lotte, Wilmington. Atlanta. Bir mingham, Memphis and points West and Columbia, Savannah, Jacksonville, and all Florida points. For Time-tables, rates and any information desired apply to F. W. Woodward, Union Ticket Agent, or R. L. Montgomery Agent, "Phone No. 11, or write to,- I r r . V,. II. UATTIS, Traveling Passenger Agent, Raleigh, N.C. KEVOLV1NCV Wife sntomi WMBltOttAP DC KAiaiuI Kansas cmr. MO. dividual this year. These things were in- 1 is ajf.ii u snf Art ttt r II sWt m-s ran help you. wi nave aireaiiy put anu IrCatea On All domestic animals kept larm near quired into by Dr. Mims' talk, 1 tOWTl.. Horses, and. dogs and an earnest appeal was made mHi,m tlinx out offer of a free Conditioned and Vaccinated 111$ tallC srholsrsb.p In any school or collfKe. -V'nm'nrr V,,i;. A'Mress, Kotcrt I. Shrrloclc. 79.31 East I w ""ff'"tt aad Strert, New York Citr. for tbe future contests. was full of enthusiasm for the activity in the community and siiowcu iva um 11uuuiMu1.11 1 ., ! . .., . it IS not too much to Say that It ,fter etpirinx sulwcripti was received by those present in new tmsinesa by means o Magazine in (urham to look Horses and pets 4teMsJI MAftiftl tflsaeaiaa at requires I uwu icsm;u uuring vacation. grazed owners a hearty manner. Sewanee steam fff Je wjlh 'ien wouMM Will have to figllt hard If It de- Conik-r any aiiplicant with A nattial f..-. Trlni'i vV aiinntirted Ijv the ulificlims; salary f 1 a tcr tny, with IVU --, . . . l.,. , . . 1 t..l commiwion oinum. nnnrrss who rrier- l Hie rest wiiicii u uyiicvvu wiu rncM R c i.Mcotk, Konm 10?, 8uc I C bflck Of tbe Methodists, 1 cess Magsioe lililg., New York, lion ami secure I nf rrri mmr. tA special method rilUXMIi ifl. Itch cured In 30 minutes by Woolford's SaniUry IXion. Never fails. SoMby Hackney Bros., PniKgisU. Sfeel Veb Picks! Fcsw J 'Cheaper Than Wood X mKffw2 'WW urn WJ3P. jsjsh"'" The loweet priced good substantial lawn and gar den fence built. Write for catalog of lawn, field, hog and poultry fencing. f DEKALB FENCE CO, DrKsfo, IIL Kaasas City, Ka, Ivor .m: by TAVI.OR rilll l'a LO.. l rlirni, N. C.