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Diit Mitimtinn riMumatana Pmhnhiv p.nvirnnr fcttchln ImaKin- ' The Issue Drawn. The Montgomery Advertiser errs In'ed he,, was fearfully criticised when Vr. onfr JLl .... .Vtomiu'r Government.' supposing that we deny Shaker Can- he mitigated Shemwell's punishment, "P""" "'"J' " " ";hief eeutrve. of the states noa to have been born In North Car- but he , has no. doubt. change.. V Moirt church, to .Tmoch power. They have ineiollna. we- plead gouty tor tne staite, nana smce reaamg wnat w iir' - 7 tZ . hnt. nrimr aervtces lave too mucn pom. ' lhe h mltItatiIie , circumstances, and the nubile are saying about Gov- take oft their hats during lgi! S So North Carolina never gave him any W Pattern of Tennessee lor par- The esv PPJ we are IghtW VW" " !v , .K. n.her .... M1.o. Slh rcrnllno rilrt rfnnW Pnnnpr T.renshoro Record, the Color Of a Oemana ana we ttic nvertnrow' ooiu . uk . , , ..... " ... .AVornment. That Is not Charlotte Observer. Iniu" - kr.rftMi.horo Te- Tr Just Suppose. " Judge Bell says he- will not b a Should Bi Unnecessary. , cand:date for the Jud'c'.al nomination ...... . v. that. citizens (if In Ik. slnsuilh llutrlot hnl annnnHA It does 10OK luufcu ih mo w"v ' v r Bern are placed to th expense, ne makes such a, gord Judge that the NJW ... a tha'lnae of time to io rifffinlo will wn him and ma'Bt On khO tfOU . r , t, ,u. tl.0n Thaen n n 1 n 1 0 n every uiw"1" uuuuiiaijiiB mwi ..... .. may turn out to be decayed. Greans boro Record. . . '. Senator Bailey'. New Rig. Senator Bailey has d'scardd h's ho iww v." ' r'rr TWV it a. naraon w . 7 ..nneressary. but we con sulate those pwpV of New Bern upon their gru. "'-' The Situation. Courts Did Their Duty. The act on of Govtrnor Patterson . m An - ...A 'ry f Cooper Immediately on, me aecu uu 0f ctirloejti'y as to how the cnurcn im: I ha Biinrnma nim'i Slls Sin'tlZ .1)6 Sulalv .nmoa mit with th( looking' for an. unusually large congre ratinrf at this church, next Sunday, the Inspiration bejng to hear the tra ditionally good aermon y tne.paswr, In the first place, and the satisracuon ftbe lDclp in tbe jfamtl of the Biinrema count; SUSiainlng -he lower court a convicting mm, 01 i murder of Senator Carmack and 'ra posing a senKnce of twenty years 'n the wnitent ary, was a disgrace to tviu innh Thia waa an Ins ance ui nrovoment Society comes out with the women and the hats. The Issue seems to be squarely drawn by this church ! and the outcome will be watched with : IntorAfit ? Tn the meantime. The cnrontcie S iw - - t cciinvwi aif now the insurgenU feel over the wajj w:d?-brlmmed felt hat, wh'te lawn t'.e crloak'-r Cannon Is treattng them is and broad front white shirt. Now he ....-. ii remark by one of them wcars a smart, drummaM'ke comblna t rhe effect that 'Uncle Joe Is s'.tt'ng tlon of black derby, sack coat and a powder mill. The speaker says fancy necktie. It Is even sa'd that be fh Insurgents haven't the courage of wears a silk hat occasionally. The IHpir convictions. Th InsurgenU can effect upon Texas cannot yet be fore- !ii rPtilv that he has courage beyond told, but we suspect that a great po- V'HU i-k"J f a- ...I , 1. ..-I Ana Mima. man I 1111 K 11CUL. Ul'-u" 1 ILL IH, UUUtU. ai will vitv Voro Telegram. ;t ; u.ohina Within a Machine. A call has been made by democrats of Wake county, who are d'sp eased t J;h the decision 01 mr twv ... nhinh .ha ronr'.s, their duty onlyt.t. . ... thintr- Whv are . . i . i v " - ----- - WBUU - o - - - i ., . .nljA Kw lha nflrnrtninif I .. ttit x . lr sift iKoIr xo i iv "i- o"i" 'j -- pg women ru wii.ms vu power in. thd hano or a governor- ijiats In the theatre and so stuDoorn about It when It comes to taking off , their bats In church? Charlotte. It Needs Burying. .Chronicle. ., . That never tires, That never complains, That is ever ready to serve and save is ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT. Relieves The Mistress, Pleases The Master. i SEE " ' "; DURHAM TRACTION-CO- Phone 271; 220 West Main Street. ' ' m m m m ' m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m : m m - Qreenv-Hl'9 Reflector. I quenc?. Charlotte Observer". An Estimate of Linney. . Thi .tat had but one man of the mental arfd physical ballbre of Judge R. Z. Linney, whose -sudden aeain oc ' i,to tn have but one prtnarr, I ... j Vpa'rHav afternoon at his to hold a mass nwet'.ng with the on- nonie ,n TaylorvJlle. He was one of ject in view, as we understand it. of ,ne puiars of the repubKcan party, raDturlng the primary. Query: Is a man iractr tt ajj his bel'efs and machine wumn a m u i gtraigntrorwara jn wora uu u. . machine outside a machine? h M ,h. .ffeclions of a 'arge circle nt lu' - . 17.-. . . ... ....... -ii Sneakine of absorbing tbe Hearst iinrtv hv th democrats, wo are un- pbl to see he nessity of accept'ng another corpse. The party nas enouga already. WTiat i needs is To oury soma of them as soon as posbidib. Hearst Is I'ke a populist of tne 01a days never for anybody; just agin everything, and h's policy has always been to est enough power to be felt. tn. ha never been abla to reach that po'nt. He has been and Is yet a huge Joke. Greensboro Kecora. Salfcbury Post. r. i Invalidation. It is said the enate lnvestigat'oa of the high cost of living wll' coat IC5 000. And the net result will rob- t,l .a . t..nrthT treatise exonera'lng the republican protective tar'ff from ii blsm m onnetuoo w .u . ... ... h4 fewer of such congre .local investigation at the peoples ,x,,n. perhaps the high cost of Hv prob em would be a tr'fle less acute anyway.-Wlnston Sentinel. frlonrfa ntt the reiocct of all knew him. Charlotte Chronicle. Not Up On History. W were never so impresseif with the lamentation, so frequently-heard, that North Carolinians do not know ihA historr of the state as yesterday. a connection w th the mat- closing of tbe banks caused If we had fewer 01 suco coiiBn:-- flood of interrogation. Any North Carolln'.an who does not know about the Halifax declarat'on of In dependence, the anniversary of which s April 12. wants to get down nm His tory and do some dVlvlng. AsbeviHe A Cry'og Need. In the state of North Carolina there Is not an orphanage or mst'.tution wh'eh w'li admii' . homeless children who are n any manner afflicted with disease. Seldom a day passes out tnai th Chi'dren's Home., of this city, is compelled to turn from Its doors or rhans who are diseased, ins unior tanate etate of affairs is due to the v'gllance everted 'n guard'ng the noih nf tha Inmatea. But what Of ... . ,i.iu.r. wi,n aM hnrrpil a 3 m : t n... mm - rvAi imDeachment - tanra nit are compelled to seek ... .lor-ir. nrknmn aomewhere under adverse clr- some newapapBia vic.". ....... .umj ,n the impeachment of Governor Patter- cum. ances. Probably th's child . wll , . . j I ... Aimnca ntf vnur rnmmun tV Or nn of Tennessee, necause ne pnruuu- nj u.- -- mt fol Cooner. It seems to us that home. ...... Si. Is'carSTng the thing a little too Th- crying nrd today In the state far. The exercise or we paraoninB , . v--...- - oower in Tennessee, as in Nortn uaro- oiBeaBea rimu. V" " a t entirely with the governor one that fihou'd receive the endorse llna. rests enureiy untneg of every citizen who Is inter- , Z Z annrore etd th. welfare of the future men u wuivu " . . Tooting tne Gazette Newfc Mr. LaFollette knows more about I rs'lrosd me.hods than any public man Af Ovtrworkel. In America." says ' j, .nnounced from Wash ngton B argng lth; .ha't ccounK of rhe aumuaton poaltlon to the Taj W for raHroad i m cf Just,ce ,rol on the faith of WJjJJJ Attorney wickersham has ..uck o. It To bear JJ'-J1""? ,BBtt cder extend ng the hour. ,eU It, thl. 1. true, but X he went Md other m !no ra'lrosdlng he would In all prob i r ., Hkarttt. I. Jejo; - PJ" hM cre.ted con. er through tootfng the wh'stle.-wn ,ne olf Md leDnli mlngton Star. 1 , tne department P.ty the r"T7T.. por n0 h,v ,0 work balt Fruit IS oaisv hour 'lonacr If congress doesnt come -Father Betts- elwwbere call, .t Jr tojf H co ngre. tenfon to that cold Sunday In April. their rel et or !. wbea a fmae w' w a; - - on ,.rSf eutlon, and Mk. how w , - , . . . . . a wsvMf aw snr in men i rw a - - ( f TIW1N a uw PIIIVI w ui uivu r seems to us a rather weak ground for Impeachment proceedings, we cer .int. tint think Governor Patter son did right in granting the pardon and we think the cause ot law ana or der ha. .uttered as a result of It. but . unable to see where he violat ed any law In exercising nls discre tion in the matter. Winston Senti Why He Did It D' U ' ' nd wonficn of the commonwealth. Wnston Journal. ' line." wa. not here at Wickershsm'. Ineuiry recalls several iMUaew t. inrtlgKm which Attorney u kll ed late In April, but Jt ne b4T,ng m,d. hea Easter came we. a , , Nw yor M.y 5. -Vhw : Jel fo bVfor th.urpos. of And- o great damsg. but the fru t wss wh.tBe. tta Uk of combl- too far advanced to M non brtween some of the broker. It was greatly Injurrd.-Creensboro JJJ of h found npon Rrd- ny sort of fact and. If so. whether . . . h. Bitoced combination is one that Is Townsttnrssn'oni Invest'gation I J Usually the tow. aet. the .lJr Dted by the genera! Lr,.tb! L'ooT .ru hone of ,ubi: opinion, with reference sss .p;: s sst sips s.Sy r --r .Tdt H-alT ot the Statesvllle remale col- " aaTumed they w.ll Vge annua, gave a;bo, PP-; ?hf i'veVtSatlon.-Ch.rlotte dsy evening, aa nw " rolamn. They called Jt a "box &vty." Obserever. bUl 11 W." LT.tmTb.d mi' Given a Dent Burial. r eaTd Mow folk? S Colonel Bryan'. Jefferwn day let- dwrtcr. are ah4 of w" 'I "h" , WM merely a decent burlaw of 1 many way and h'. iS-Btafei o 1 " ter all. He evidently didn t t the pace 1- oc affalrsT-State.. to i art r villa landmark. rmn. nw-u.ni conditions, bow- ..a a . - n,Amail'a AVItrU mn.ci..r. ever, win or . '"" i i ii jn,tnt aa a mini iur it. w. i. .- ' " r.7 -yt .bk .H raised In the preeent eongrens and by server. tariff lensiaiion. ... nP. Man. true. News and Observer. . , . mn does . .. fMMnsa.iA . kd.itwttU4 D.cl.r. no.nor r. '!l"lJ,ir "t iinw That noliit I It I h re was no Ktitlon for pardon: What Governor Patterson Did. In the Cooper case Governor Pat terson's oplana'lon does not convey be means of Judgment expected. But here Is the outs' anding tact inai uo jernrr Patterson has null'.fled the ac tion of t he courts In a cap'tal case and don noth'og to overcome tne pre- nn.ntinn that hs was ac'uated by per- . ... .n..i nj nniitira.1 fr'endshiD. For the . "."Si . ... Lnltier fr.. .her. M . ..M. or reiy ou ' . I . ,, .rtr the court ot matUT? Clearly he has noinng , a wu, - -- -i.K ...iwinf the trial, for the niga-i ast reaun. u ---with reviewing tne inai. ir I . - ..vjicatlon has been hed brev'dence. but whoever murder which curse, this country and of m St. pardoning a section. Governor Paferson ha. al beard or an u" f. .. .ttin Sema a man on th KTOund that ne ava nui waya wrur i "i'"" . " , have a falTtrV? Th's . what Go brave and honorable .m.nProbabty in i w a -nnnw na n ri- ihiuiiuhik w uiwaa uv w - ' ernor Patteraon a . " rv c " v k.pt np for uSTtk VZT "court w.-. hVa-g-a-net M old fr'end and di fllth reeding the on. rected In part Majn.t h The moment the J SI oi ine a -vi " mipoiiuitj iv. -- - tao the pardon wa. Issued, duty a. he ehould. That Tennessee rTrourse aU th'awaa understood by democrat will be factlona ly torn rooner lonr ago and ne never nu worse iuu ci. . - , fofTunlshmentreen.boroRe Ublt'ont. harboring a very natural . . mil m iui ic".(t " I i tain. vnartoiie . . iua -a . . Rank. ana.. at mar nftnK in iua """" .... ,n" "'I. JT v7ee. established -The reception accorded the Messrs it ii it t it it it it it it it) it it i it it it it it it it it it it it IRecorber job mce , Everything in the Printing Line Executed Promptly and Neatly Letter Heads, Cards, Pos ters, Envelopes, Bill Heads, Statements, Wedding Invi tations, Etc. We have a number of satisfied customers and would like to add to that list Call to see our work Secure our prices before you give an order for anything in "our line. :rM,m when lhe cueei city o the Duke by the people In the town, in 1157 when the Queen cuy m lB.,rlo,i haa been ol Adriatic wa. w:Ato:Mi. Thew men t?meth areaT cunrtBe trade their money are doing a great work " xh d Asia passed In this part of the aouth-a work of between Europe and i Asia p the magnitude of wh'ch through the fers ai, - - . m(t ful, prec:- ,ea to Alexandria, wpv .tnned with the i- .hina across me nwwr ... - carried ta ahlps across bulMtef of dam, equipment of power EDVenle where 7?.. dlgftuted plant and atring'.ng of wire, their to enlce, wnere h lw ,.. Km nf vast benefit rothVpoTthVcountVy. But a T" Lnorte? by Its mer- transpire, th'. work, while Initial la founded and .upportea r i. to he onlv auxiliary. rr.". n;r . h . tne worm iur . . .. ..v K.,nir. f tmiwv railroad and cot- lllty. They foundea w . .7. ,nvMt. which wa. then W7 fc r: -.; draw caolUl. Their ZVt gat c ue.' on he mni; dra'w new population and credit in H e -h.nk- money and' the!r trolley line, will route, oi irwiB. v.,.. ,. nd town of a large wa. derived from tne vnh Carolina and South -banco.- a bencn or cer v -.oon. ... f .. aavaaaa tfaTisisifisfj. a l,bu ai usi iu vv whlcn tne oua.o. - U,. .... n, , THE RECORDER, . Durham. N. C. W , . fSSTB. -ay with 'srsi' 0- vl i) it iii (l rv rr Argonaut Colonel Bryan' Lett'. nrvan 1. now accused of being onorthodox. the accusation be . v.. ..4 . th tone of the leiter wh'ch he wrote for the digestion of Th. i.ita of the Duke, cannot be too frequent fof the good of the commu nity. Charlotte cnronicie. Th Comet I. 8en. ii'..t.nirtnn Anrll 19. Prof. Ebb BMIUBW'H --w - I made an imoortant observation oi loore s Modem Methods of Bookkeeping Quickest, Simplest, Host Economical wh'ch he wrote for the dlgest.on w m f th wti obwnrt. thi guests at the Jefferson d Inner. In 4 O.clock , ommg rather careful reading of h letter. that tfc heaTenly we fa!l to see wherein ne nas oi-ihui dgt,nct tIL td from the path of trtWW. , h , twlHgH which the ta'idr from a demoo atic at a ndpolnt offlcn Mjr the mo., It, fa not unorthodox o niaas on me t WD,ch t0 ob,erT. MfinniKii f aim "" . . .. .i... .v. i" iwy" "' " . . ..-.Mhe comet. was w m of every kind and to demand ; ,he tax the on of '.ncoiina ano m...t k.i mi out aomi-how. Without atoi lHng to eons der the consequences to b'm If. the aurgeon gave his high tirvi. a violent slap In the fsre. This Iroductd the dca'rM effi-rt for sur a, il.A lhe povernor took tne run oy horns, A m'ghty bad slate of affa'rs ...I. i. tmiiaum. rarmark, killed by the Cooiwrs, was l-ader of the pr t.'t,ltl..n rrawd:ratt'Ton is mo i'- That ' about all there Is to Colonel Hryan's letter. He loses me nity. rrcn. or tourning ui'" mlttrdly greatest ivsue oi tae 7 ...i rh-r u no Ism about that Ul HI lit. .1... and going before the country on that I,roductd the nca-re emtt w r -.l .o that one can ,rlM and h.dtgnt.n on we pan ,,. lhl wult- hl august patient pat the i Patterson war i" . . w,s charged Win bKng accessory be . -i n th kllltnar of Car- tore ui" . mack and h art'on U pardon ng the .i... r.u will acremuaiB mi. charge: neoi' who nui not ei iint r'rnilailim. The vein b'ea freely, and the lancet point cwwi out. The bystander were about to lay bands on the surgeon wlwn h aa'.d "Flint let me flnbth the operst'on and liandaR the wound." Thl done, hi tandage me woumi. i ""-; br It Yoting threw hlmse'f at the feet ot in. sue -"---,,. MW trial tan and MM bis srtion. '"Ta.."; i r.irsrfw Hernia, hi. wit- about h'm In a crit to do: he mbt shoot the wrong man lr.l mnmnt-Exchante. -Cwensboro Record ia belnsr thrown out toward the sun. The comet was visible for only a few minutes today, but as the time approaches when It may be observed at ita het. It will be visible for a con- at.nilv Increaalne- period. It IS o- brich'er very rapidly. Inal A 1 lnal T - w.- -..IV rhaniroa In the wie alone, the domorrai c i- w . mrn0..fA bv the astrono- wou d stand a fair chan of carry ng . . . hotoBraph. of It thing Its way. The adopt-on w. , f ,Mfc Income tax amendment by the dem crat'c part, r cannot """-j: R.volt In Cub. . popular ". v,J1 . .. .m a revolt l re jiiMt nlatrarm I a auuiii' "' iitii, n nu yjXCln hat Srectlon and the ported to have broken out In Santa Jr v cS afford to make these 1 C'.ra province. Although the govehn- trty count anoro i Hor.mniin. An ei the tory. a batta- sue econaary. inn' - machln gim ColoU Bryan mky have ob." In 'gun battery were ataried K,.h..te Colonel uryan """".. . . . . . r. ... .i.t iratn from Camn hi. Irarpla thrOUKh SOUTH America, iiiku. i- -i" h la travel inrwwB w . . C,.M Pfl,.rai D:.flrt ..,:i. "7 ha he :U,. -d. -J'l- r"" o n " 's flown nvwiw. .i.i... - Sar'ot o Chronicle. jaaltators, is serious. $7 good Equipment to start with : Two 5 x 8BinoVrs V TOTAL COST 1 ,000 Record Sheets (choice of lofty diflerenl form) 2 Volume Cabinet (fof holding boob) 40 Alphabetical Indexe We will be glad to show you how Moore's Modern Methods are used Telephone for a Catalogue ' ZEB. P. COUNCIL Phone en Wet Main St. Durham. N. C