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: HELD GAGflED , . . & --... .. Woman Esrriaies Ecr.e lo ; Ecli Sister's CfcKl rl RESISTS BOY'S FATHER Regards Promise Made te Bear Little ' Fellow aad ieter Surrender Him , . i " . , ...... to Anjbodf a Hwred Olillga. tloa on Her I'.rt Which 8lif Saji Will Keep. No purer, daintier candies than Nunnally's could' be made. - Every box is generously assorted. , Name and ?tfv the standard 25 years. t , , j Haywood & Boone , : C. E.. King & Sons J i ', ' l ' v tW -i it W ttctlvt ex prcst f hfpmenf afaetf rff. CHANGE WILL BE GRUHULtThe Southern Railway AMKRU'AX TORAWO COMPAXV ( OFFICIALS HAVK RETURXKD Tho offlcialB of the American To bacco company in thla city nave re turned from New, York, where they 'have been in' conference with1 the1 heads of the company in regard to the removal of the export depart ment of ! the ' business in Petersl burg. Va. '; . 'S's ' The change will begin at once and will be carried outsradually.'-In the iN. B. ' Tlione llifures arc published an information and are no Kuarantund. j 2:60 a. m.; No. 112. eastbound. daily, for Jlalelfrh, Belmu and Goldsboro, con-. nertinir with A. C. U trains koIiik nortli at Kelma; at 'Goldsboro Mill A.: C. K. train for Wilmington; iiIko with Norfolk' 'Southern train for New Burn,'. Alorelieod City and Beaufort. Tills truiu handles Pullman Sleeping Cars from : Greensboro, to Raleigh, , , ,,, I i 11:37 a. m.: No. 144. aatbouri for HiUolKh, Kelma and 'Goldsboro, connect- I lni at Helm with A. O. h. trains north r and south, an ut Goldsboro with A. C. L. trains for . tVllminKton;- also with i Norfolk Southern train for New Hern,! Morehead City and Beaufort. : ' ' j 6:26 p. m.: No. 72, east hound, for ' ftaleiKh, Kelma and Goldhoro, con-1 nectina; at Kelma with A. C. L. train! south for Fayetcoville, and at GulcU-1 boro with A. C, I . trains north , for i Itoeky Mount. '- ' ' 8:1 a. m.:. No. lll,, westbound for New York, Oct 19. Determined to risk any danger rather than break a death bed prorata, Mr a. Lyda Dlglow, wife of W. Dana Dlglow, an architecj, turned her borne at , No, " 134 Weat Eighty-second atreet into a fort and used hr furniture to barricade doors Slid passageway.. As a reault of Mrs. Diglow's fidel ity. W. Daua Bloodwortafour yeara old, thi aoii if her half aMer, th late lira. Core DIoodaworth, la at the Dlglow borne cloaoly guardod, while thr Itid'a father, who lives In Kails bury, M4, and.Jbrea 5rloUa fronj tout town are nursing manytbrui uf f red in chualnx over feiicea in pursuit of the womca and the child. Aroordlnie to Mrs. Dlglow her half sister and ami came litre last July. Mrs. iiloudswurtb did 6eptttnWr 20, aftor eiactlnc from Mrs. Dlglow a promise that she would rear her sou and never aurender him to anyoue. Thla obligation' waa .recited to the fathir of the child, Mr. and Urn. Dlg low aald. when they took the body of Mra. UloodBwortB to Salisbury for bu rial. Mr. Bloodswortb. Mrs. Dlglow aald. appeared at her home lu a taxltab ac companied by thr Wen and asked for his son. Mra. Dlglow aaya the niald bad taken the boy for a walk and so Informed his father, whom she invited Into the bouse. Leaving Mr. Woods worth In the parlor, Mra. Diglow met the maid outW and ordered ber to take the boy to No. 13 Wftt Klgbty eremd at ret. Thi Uree friends of Mr. Bloodswortb tinmed lately aura mooed blm from the Dtglow borne. Mrs. Dlglow then ran through a rear door aud by using a Udder clambered otxr two frore aeparatlon ber borne from the bouse been taken. According to Mr- Dlga the boy's father and his friend entered So. 13 Jusl in time to see ber carry the youngster through tb rear door. The woman aacended 'the ladder and waa climbing the fence when ber purauera rushed through the door. Perceiving that ah could not reach ber own home. Mra. Dlglow ran Into the base ment of No. 13. raced upstsJra and over the roofs to ber own borne. Tha father of the boy and bis friends were close behind when Mra. Dlglow Uxkrd the roof door of her borne and ahe then began piling fur niture against the outer doora f ber residence. This done and the boy ae rreted, ahe telephoned , to ber hus band. The chase over fence had aroused the neighborhood and a message waa aeut to police headquarter that nwn jptrCII3C3Cj S SOCIETY 1 ti ! . i Phone 826 1 1 liLii iff irirr n irirU nlacB of tha brand which have been manufactured here the company will f-- KS .USWo orinK ho hi e ui luh uumrDiiu uiauua w i Atineve ie ana inox,vniu. - r'uiimnn iDurham for manufacture. Bom. o; tha "PfAdmnntA " 8Wet ClOVer." ' nn ut lfal,lirh fip nin.unrir a Q lift open at italeigh fur occupancy at p in. ...... 1 . ' w . .1 I . 7 1 8:60 m" No- westbound throuKh iMlll" and a number of other brands , train xrom Goid.w ro-iurham to Ash will be broUKht to thia City. !vlUe- "iJ"'!1.6". Southern Jtailway par- The Officials of the Company wereineets at Greensboro with main line II very positive In the statement that it i tr'."; nr" ni ""'h- . , , I would be a better thing for Durham. : Greensboro. "Handles t'hroiiKh Pullman ' The manufacture of the domestic f'ene" AmJ.. e.f hDl,rhan to A.1; ' w a i. lw.. t1.".1- ...ctr?" i Gensboro .with , uiaiiua , win icijuito .i.uiv iuuti.niuin line trains tor tns north and Invitations inmied. j Invitational have been Issued read ing as follows: Mr. and Mra. William T. Cole re quest the honor of your prestwee at the marriage of their daughter, Min nie Eleanor, to Mr. Lochlel Cameron McDonald' Wednesday uiomliig. No vember 2nd. at 10 o'clock,' Durham, North Carolina. . The bride-to-be la unusually popular In thla city and baa a large hosts of friends. Mr. Cole la secretary and treasurer ,' of the Chatham Knitting Mills. Mr. McDonald is a drugget, holding a position with Mr. W. M. Yearby. ' ' t 1'. I. V. Tills Afternoon. . Thla afternoon in their uinual place of meeting, lo the Y. M. C. A. build ing, the Daughtera of the Confed erarr gathered at 3.30 o'clock. The president, Mra. B. L. Tyree, called the meeting to order and whi n the secretary called the roll a larger number than usual answered to tbelr names. The program of the meeting waa grven entirely to the general convention, which met last week at Rocky Mount. Mrs. Tyree gave a general summary of tbo convention, Mrs. 1. M. Gorman told of the busi ness side, while Mra. V O. Cutrln told how beautifully th ao'ial aide waa carriea out. Miss Mabel Tuck made a report from the cbildren'e chapter. The convention at Koiky Mount waa a splendid aucceaa. The dele gates sent from this tbapter are very enthusiastic over it, The next general convention till meet In Winaton-Salem the fourth week In October, Hit. December ends the daughters' r and si f"Ti m nelf fnM.tlna' tit this where U hoy hadjthnter. which will be in November, the program will be given almost en tirely to the election of old-era aud every member la urged to attend. At the meeting this afternoon Mrs hoBtesa lon.l tbo u-oaklv navrnll in this rltv south, also for Asheville. Knoxvllle and and , ha mnih larrar thnn If Tina hn ! ur.V, .f' M . x- ,a , . t " mv ... . o j j in.. us nrrives 1 II : rn , ne:iueu , stops. John Manning waa served an ice course. . Cities Itoad Kowinit Circle. whether Customa Collector , Sykes The Guess Road Sewing circle waa will be removed from this city or not entertained this afternoon bv-Mrs, II t 4 ' t .. .. i, - ! Tbia little circle of frlenda meet every Tuesday and spend the after noon with their aewlng and pleasant. ,''.. v chat. - , . ; Thla afternoon they met with Mrs. Cranford and aa usual they enjoyed; IOVIL CONTEST HE Alt I) FKOX. being together. When the darkueMSj naily except Bunday from liielimond, i ''j vuio, luaaes an local intermediate ONE AMEBIGAH RACER LEFT iRALLOtm IN GREAT IXTERSAT. before. It has not yet been 6:00 a. m ' No. 120 I.i.a TinvLum daily except Sunday for Keysvllle, ' ltlvhmond. Makes all local Intermedi ate stops. . .., . I 12:40 p. m. No. 107 Arrives Durliatn,' dully, from Keysvitle, anil leaves 12:4a i for KallKh. Makes oil local Interme iliate stops. Takes up ' connection at! Keysvllle from No. 7, which leaves! KichmonO ; 10 a. in.; arrives Ksvsvlllc ! II (5 a. m. p. m.: No. 114, dally, ' arrives ' Durliam from KuleiRli and leuves ut- p. ui. inr neyxviiie. Mukcs air I local Intermediate stops. liclfersl jconneetion at Keysvllle t N. 14 which 1 . . .... hum neen cii:iriire,i it. imuvm k'..u.,:i u began to come and they could no, St Louia, Oct 19. With the ellnil- j s:6t p. m.i arrive Richmond, s or.. ! longer see to embroider, the hostess nation of balloons St Louis i and St. i a( 'VVlnJJCt-V. n Nac9 ,,llw't'" served elegant refresh men ta.' , i Louia Million club! toe only remaining ; cUlllle,tion with' th Tore KomK'Nra ins l- Those present were Mra. Merritt, , craft in the International telloon race i1 - Mrs. G. H. Nash, Mrs.. K. C. Brooks,! the America la the .only Anierl- kirhmond and Mo'seiey, und Nos. us " Mrs. W. II. Wannamaker. Mra. W. can craft left in the race. That bal-!""" 'tween Keysvllle. and J.ur- W. Card, Mra. W. K. Boyd, , Misa loon is carrying seven bags northeast j Waldo aud Mrs. LeGrand. - : toward the wilda of ttue Hudson Bay! country. From repom gathered here j The I'p-to-Date. ; early today the America If is racing I The Up-to-Date club will with Mra. K. J. not. lie 1:mi1 lfM thuresfier on freight trains Nos. 1 ami 2 between Man-1 ehesler and Keysville, nor on mix.'d ' trains Nos. IHI, Zf.z, 274, and J75 be-: tween Keysvllle and liurha.ni. ,i ...... .. i- ..11 a i.j. .V"; V' ' "T. '"'.. "vn.i.er , i w mi. line. UKUlllBl eia iuicihu uaiiuuns uiiu uaa m , ine iinuwinK otner ( haiiKes on lti h I'arrish Thursday ; chance to break the American distance afternoon at 3 o'clock at her beau tiful country home, "Lochmoor." , ! record of 873 miles. Ithins;.- ,. . ' . Turner spent the dayi "Oumph! What wrna ILatr the sen lay and will thla after ? ator grustedV ' '''' ir Raleigh, where ahe Thm rear back home again," was MAXV WW TlllXtiS TO LOOK AT AT KTATK FA IK. Raleigh, Oct. 11. The most not able Improvement about the state fair this year la the splendid rein forced concrete horticultural and agricultural building with eblbIU that far outstrip any showing In these departments In the pant. In .utomoi.lllng to Kalrlgn. . Mm. imoor,B. Thlna Dr. and Mrs. George A. Carr, Mia, commander Peary, at one of the nn Etbel lierndon, Mr. O. P. MeArthur. meroug Wa,hington dinners following Mr. and Mrs. James Carrlgan lefts., .,., frmn h. oole. this morninE in automobile, for Ral-; of kenator In a war of .Ivh ThAV will Mini. Thiirsil.. ! B . ' '1 ' " -What la the good of your dlscov PERSO.MALS ery r the aenator said. -Ml wager that . .. ' ! oa didn't And a single Important thing Mlsa Gladys Talllferro left jester- at the oortb pole." ' ,'".' day for Richmond. Va.. where ahe -Oh, yea, I did." said the explorer, will undergo a slight operation for ( "I found one very, very Important the throat. Mias Olive In the city tod noon leave for Raleigh, where ahe -The tray back home again,1 will attend the fair. T f the reDlr. Miaaea Delpblne Howerton, Minnie; 1 " Sanford and Fannie Smith left tbia ii.t. an ArounJ. morning for Raleigh, where they will; xte famons F.ngllli chief Justice -spent the week. ' J Iloi. ,B(1 uI. wlfc toate)j wc, other to , " Mra. 8am rurnell, of Richmond,; tBB Im, ,nd when ahe fell danger- I ously III h was so aeiipntea tn ne r. Apex became diffrrncefuUy Ufiy, vV.vt bis V- ft;" wife waa etjual to the emerjency and j -sent for the great Dr. Iladcliffe. wbo bated Ilolt and therefore out of spite j J when the case tv presented to blm ( came with great protnptuesa and aav ed her life-Westminster Gazette. inond IM vision were also made: ..V"-.; ,,.av "-nville :16 a. m.. Keys vllle 114& a. m., and arrive Hlchmund i:00 n in. Will make all local stops Iwnville to Keysvllle; nlno stop at Me herrln and Biirkevllle and further stous at points east of Keysville to dischurtce passi-ni;er from points west thereof ..- ,'.f . I-aavd lianvillo n-.Di p. m., Keysvllle 5:6. p. m. and arrive Itlch nmnd OS p m. tor iuriu-.r mrormation call on any hoiubern Hallway ticket afent, or au- H.'k'CARY. 4 W. It. PARNEI.L. Oetj. I'ass. Airent, Trav. 1'ass. Auent. ashintrton, ti. C. ltuleiuh N i' T. W. WoomVAKll. fnlon Ticket AKt" Liurham, N. c. . DUEHAIfl & S0UlHESK , RAILWAY. . scuruile i- errtxv 4. a, iie SOUTH COUNT who has been visiting In the city, left tbia morning for ber home. tv. Durham .. .. Kast Durham Oyama Toko Carpenter .. I pchurch ji:ksk prick oiaic(.ki) with KILLING I.RSTKIt Ill'SHIXti. Wadesboro, Oct. 19 One man; ahot to death and another seriously at tha alftcle item of the eshllilts In were attempting to kidnap noy. ; eoBertfo1 wllB th0 corn contests Bremen from the West 8,!,',tl ! throughout the atate there are 93 atreet elation hurried lo the Dlglow j Wblu b, boy, and 50 by men. home, but Mr. uiooaaworxa ana jTn(l rtfmUDli involved In this de- frlenda bad gone. - . .fcartmeM round up over 500. The Mra. Dlglow aaya ahe regards h'!;xl,lb,u in th, department of grain agreement with the boy'a mother a' Qalrr th action of C. B. Wll- aacred obligation, wbkb. ane oeiiee, , ,(tIn(. alrector 0( B North Carolina win meet tae rqiiirueui i ; experiment station who baa com adoption. " ' pleielr reorganlted tbe system of el - in.. n,..1.,.'. ir..r. hlbita with tejllng effect on the ei- .""..'""' ::r.,T " eellence of the displays. '7 ' V Z wh'...! KWy department of tb. fair is on v-v- .r . . br ,caj than ever before London Author, club ' tn "6,b,u ronr'yel ,n w.s followed by a disc usslon on , wn minor, mr. " f., load lotof material brought Into story deprecating the ep III g d r hiblu nd ,U! g.-rid dinner J r, the number ran up to 77 cars. There were three character. In the ' . . ... .... f ..or,, .blue bottle. nd two Scotch-g men. ine r DC "Vuj- . 1 individual eihlbita exceeda any pre- , o.e oi prouauHiy " ioni fair record by I.S00, neotenmen ariusina wnifiacy, i r Old Enough te Notice. "Are your nana and mamma bomeT" asked the caller. . -No." replied little Marguerite. "One I t thorn nine ! hero, tint tbev never Injured la the result of i shooting, M tH .,m n( th .,. m.- affair in the southwestern part of the . county Monday night. Jesse Price, aj Oxford Toltatvo Ilreakx. young man of the White Store nelh-1 Oxford, Oct. 19. There were good horbood, ahot and killed Lester f breaka of tobacco Wednesday and Running and seriously Injured farmer, cemed satisfied with prices Thomas Rushing. Price baa d trap- obtained. Much of tho weed sold aa peered and officers are seeking blm. j high a. 23 lo 0 cent per pound. week tne men quarrelled over; an account. Rushing, wbl rented a piece of land from Price, contending' that Price was charting blm twice. for a aack of flour. The men had not gotten .long very well during the' year. Yesterday evening Lester and - Thomas Rushing went to the stables Hurt'U (.H-anliis. A good cook Is more .acceptable tban a good broiler. Home women travel on. tbelr hua- blue bottle bussed on the pane; other wise, alienee reigned. This was broken T ono of the Scotchmen trying lo locate the blue bottle wllh toologlcal exactitude. Bald band's cred't, while others manage ihla Sootchmaa, - . - t hobble along. "Bandy, I am Ibliiklog If you fly lsj Circumspection alay. flavor f a birdie of a ealle . f t futnfe wlU, as far a a woman ,1s V . . L f ,. . . . ' M. ..... ....II 1 ......Jl . . . in oinor reiuii'u v isn, uuii i ein iiimkci uvu. good Whiskey with rllgloM conversa Hon." Locke ( rslii Breaght Malt. ' Asheville, Ovt 19. Ixcke Craig. K., a wl known attorney of Ashe ville, who waa a prominent candidate for governor two year. ago. has brought suit In the Buncombe county superior court against the Uans-iiees ; Timet I'Blon. nous Tor the rvovry of f I.ouu, whim he allege, la due him on a contract whkh he bad with the company by A man looks on the bobbin skirt with scorn, hut look, in wonder when the bill cornea In. ' - One woman out of.ten will really believe the old man when he was tmlv busv and he aitinlta It The blame for bad matrimonial venturea I. often laid at the door of the hair -and complexion doctor Well Instructed. Clergyman Did your mother try which he was lo aid In aecnrlng j to Inculcate leasona of thrlftt repeal of the tariff on raw hide.. Not Mere Talk. ' "I can not live but a week 'longer without you," , "Foolish talk duke, Ilnw ran you fix on a spectrin length of time?" "7-9 landlord Ax on It; miss, not Lc"vi" fc r-Jfo- rhirseo Khow Girl Indeed, ahe did. Many'e the time ahe said to me when I wa. a child: 'Maggie, never live beyond your alimony.' Life. The t'anse. "I hear his relations with his wife are stralued. What canned HT "lief relatione." Llpplncott'a. ML SHOOTING IN ANSI No. .. 1:46am ., l:6oam .. t:v7am .. 2tam .. 4f,am ,. S:i5am ..lO.ldaru ..11 :25am lly Enrlnis ..tl !;,-.... n noon.. . , Vsrlna... .. Ans-ier .. . Barclayvlll " Coato "" Turlington . " Duke . .. . Ar. Dunn ..12.20pni ..12.S2pm .. 1:12pm .. I:!lpiti .. I 4 5pm .. I X&pm .. 1:00pm Try a 8un Want Ad. v NORTH BOUND Lr. Dunn t 44am " Iuk l:S8am " Turlington .. .. :(tam " Coats , .. :17am Barclay vll ... I lini " AnKler I.40m Vsrlna . .. ..19:Uoam " V II lion lOOHam " Holly Springs ..10 Him Ar, Ap. ... ,, ,, ,.10:i5nm I.V. A pet .. ., ,.ll:00am " t'prhurch ... ..ll l.ir.m " rurpenter ... , ,11:17am " Toko .. ., .. ..ll SBam " Oyame ll:4Um " Kast Durham ..li es m Ar. Durham 12:inpin CON'NCCTIiinm no. ns make No.. 41 l:2upir. 3:2Spro 2:37pm l:52pir 4:02pm 4:lupm 4:26pm 4:4i)pra Mum J:Cpio 5:lp,B i:32pm t:4Sptn :(7piV :4pD ( l IpB (:avpm No. a r.uusm :2f'ati l:42ant l:tinn .0:l&am 10 2vam ltnua.o 11 20am ll&Oaia 12 14pm 1i:?pm ' 13 45pm 12.66pm l.lipm l-tipm ltopro 1:04pm at Api lu- cvnnertlon jwitn snipi.ira Air l.ins No. 31 for 1 ' " Baltimore, I'lillsdelpiila. New York n1 NOTICE OF LAND SAlVR.MtW? Oi'kFitW &?S! ruder and by Virtua of tha powers No. 41 anakea innet:n at Ais cnnfuererU upon mo In deed of trust with Seaboard Air tine No. 41 for Kan. executed ill 1Mb ijr of Keptember, fnrd, IMnehurst, Southern Pines. Itam- lvit, at Will appitar by refereoro to lut, Charlotte, Rockingham, Athena, H....U ..r Vl.,,... .,A ft! .., m lh Allsnta. ftirmlfiiehftn. Unl.lpnifi.r. cm Prlce'a place to feed young Uusll- 0iji, f the KcGlster of lds tor lulr- and all pn'nts In tbo West and Kouih. Inc'a mill,. Aa th.. u.,rn l,..iln I sm I'iMinty, I will tin wei; i oiumi.ia, e.tvsnnan, jscason .1 . . i i i .1 .. . . . . . Tt HOW TIIH IOTII 1t the stable together, Price la aald to, mi it: hi :h. i. at ta have fired on them, and continued 4t'l MM K M. until be bad shot both of them down. offer for sale to the Meliest Milder mr ii tickets are sold by this eemnsni 10 &FEDERAL SUPERVISION, Get file Best aVSf.7'Vv! It. I ' : there is in banking serviceit .costs you no more. 1 t Get the best ' ' or villo. Tampa and all twilnta In Klorld Idkvt M Mi ni I K Ot T 4l tH HIM s .j.'TadUlcs-': V ,''.e Attention .',.. f Security Get the highest character in banking, We offer you this superlative service, and on the most equitable terms. ''H FIRST-' NATIONAL BANsi du rham.n; c: : ' JUL! AN. S. CARR, PREST W.J.HOLLOWAY, I CASHIER 222 P1B YEAR i We Assure You Absolute Security, Prompt Attention and Courteous Treatment ' The Citizens National Bank OF DLRHAM, N. C. Resources over $1,200,000.00 & K. DUKE, President. T. 11. FULLER. Vlce-Prea. J. B. JLiSOX, Caahier. Vr H iVriinafflrn 11 AEMVEE And Ready For Sale Our Wilson Wood Heater! and Colea Hot Blast Stores have arrived and we cordially Invite the public'a Inspection of these store, before they purchase. We guarantee to HAVK the purchpsorTHIUTY OR FORTY Pi:it t'KXT. on their fuel blkla by the use of thcae atoves. Our , line cf Fire Place Grates, Fire Sbove'.a, tovo Matu, Fire, Seta, Coal Skutilea and Vases, and In fact ail the necessary ap-, pllance. for heating la full and complete. , Call and let us show you these lines. : "I ' ' ;,. s I.. at tbO Court llnuse door in loir- eoer.leit he tha ni.arnili.p wllh Price .oon left the place, and when bam. N. t i.ul.lli-amnion, tt.st pte.-e Vtm understanding tbav this rompany , . , . , . , .or pwrcl of lend situate In 1'mhsm w,t no. i,. iiahl for fa'lnr to run Ita last aeen was In hla buggy going to-(T..wnsbim !irt,i.m Mnaiy. in said .'Sed!,u . timA! w d, ., wara aionroe. ix-ster Kusmng aiea ,", "" such delays as may ne mciueni to men : within an hour. Thorn.. Rushing tAV.in.njr the taad. of Jn.te ! XS'vnX C VZ ' waa able to walk, and will recover. J!' ',:nv,"'J',t,,'u V:tnZ company to not responsible for errors He has a number of ahot wounds ma n M-ms wreet tn the city f r omissions. In hla back and arms. Ustcr Rush-i trham t-inm : on the West side ..f j . . . - . .loirris roreei ni III. iniJ'eriHl yiinrri. ! pp. i,ssii.is mirmw n,qp, ing was a popular yoilllg man and a ro.-s .ijth,i enrner, runnlnk thence Act. len. I'ass. Art rWiL Pass. Agt son of the late Lester Rushing. He'.N,- V ''""V't? l"b,!LL.,,.lhJ'OBNERAL orricK DURHAM. N. C waa between 19 and 20 yeara of age; iuiirat: thence Ko'iith i- d-urc. w.',.. 1 m . . and unmarried. j 'eet to a stone, ihene tt, a-4; The only witnesa to the .hooting r.hJnVN4 i 1.1 SV."reR .3 ' Mftm SfilllnP.m Vtim waa, Mr. Price, the mother of the ' the beitinnini:. beiaa- ail of l..t -..--j . , '.t. , , .No. 4 of the J. M. Urt.n e tt", eic.-pt t man cnarged With thO Crime. , PrlCC tt feel thereof ll.e Nrh m.l her' ro fcr4 lloale Taraaah Ks.tero and the Rushinga Were thotlKht well : tofore sold lo the Inipi rial iolsi-.o t o., ea 4 umllsa ita Hnlela.er..IW . .. .. ..r.d It bln Ihe l.tti.l where (he p.rtlrn r be dole lo I'.Merl tuae.l lAlb. oh in the community and considered .f the ium surtr.siie. ie..i from" ia -i-i.iiy e.-.,,t H.ifi.iHV. i.-.tve peaceful CltUen.. , l1"' " ,lar,ln ,fH ''ul Wheeled Italellrb S:t a, hi fr V ll.on, tlre.n- . ; it, i, rtll li.lll ' nK litr rt" ... i,ir t Tilir. I . wimii. ..., " , ., . ' .. ' eta(e of J. J. I'mile, (ho lce ?till tlern 11:36 n. m, Norfolk 4 6 p. m.. . Ni Tliey Hay. 'mscsdam maiL and lylna on Kllerliee ii.nnect wllh A, C I. at Wilson for Stranger I aay, my lad, what Is ' "Th. ,1''. 5". V -.TT h .,iu,i,.lI.f"aJ!!"t'"i;,.... t.... . , - . ! tw. tr xi i ri!" 1irv-i in in hum e awe 'ty i-t """'I'Vi s- w w considered a good acore on these rut nina tl.enco a sj i-i d. ree k. itni-tah s ou v n., M ilsen " t.. m. links :'.i . chains to a i.ik In the line f Arrlv Oreenvilie l p. tn . Wws'ilnir- . .1 ... I. . . , . 'A. A. Mil. .'Filiie llill'iFi in.'n'-e p., I. i loll i. I., ill. ,if-i.r n.nii". in-n hi Caddie -Well, Sir, tnoat . Of th(,ncre. W. shout g.d..rhaie to a pine tteteltdi from Hnuthern Kallway, K. A. t.ni. I,.,r lrl., .1.. It In aa r.a stitmti on the Norih Iwhk ii f Kllcrhe I. linllway nnd I! ti lixilwav. ...... ... ... " ,";cr-k: the,,c ii,, ii'e c-nier ..f -(. , . l Ihs -XlKht Kaprss." rnlt- . Stroke, as they Can, but It generally rreik lo the renter of Ibe 4iuess Villi man sloplna car. Iav- lie Irish !i n - take a few more. Scottish Amerl- r""'1' " the bridge; tb.m. N. 4: ; r,-m. Uiisort i i i i. w. tireesviii-; irtrirrees W. alnna renter of siild road 12 41 a. m.. Mahintoti 1-4 a. m. Ar can PuMIc Hardware Co. i 203 Wt-.st -Maint Street ' F. U. STLTH -Afanager ICfX YOUR SAVINGS ; The earnlnir period of a man's life la hlt siaon of plenty hi Har vest Time. It is then. If ever, thnt he must lay by Stores for llfe't Winter. Yew what are Kit" dolna; with the proceeds ef year bartest! De yea waste It all, or arc yoa wisely saving a part. THESE ARE l'F.ETISEST (Jt I STI0S - 0T : .IMrERTIXOT.'. let as help yea to aarc. MaVe tliU lUni.' ynaf fcCraaary"o and keep safe the gt'lilcn result, of jour Lidutrj. , . Home Savings Bank m.. 4'" - - DimiAM, x. ij. . S ?t all. HV.O. W. WATTS, frmident. T. a 1'r.lRCK, Caahteet Msmhers New York and Mortal a . Cottoa .Kacbansea , laa. B. at w In IS ,1. In. . .. . , .. . n 1. . i. . .... I .1. ,.rl..lk Z 1.1 a n. ll .... 1 v.. . ' , llbencoN. ID ilearees W. aliintt the rn- nectlons at HnlHirh from H"itM. r n i c C Cobb I'alltllUI lO IIIN J mof . 1 1 r 1 eitiii roan i. p. .-iiaiew ii, lie i. i.nuM... r.. i i.iiiiwi... nni i n. , t.'wt. ... ii - d . . utnninu, conialnlnir II acres, nmea .r Hi ilway. At Wllmm fr.nn A. C. I., nal Snail we aay Of Ronator ,n m-i or l lis to the survey of Hitfn ll.illv.sy from nmth un.l soiilh. SmtlRg?" i Msey, and I) lti s id brlna about two Tmlsa Aerlve Mslelah I eloo sll.o j .. i .i..... s.i. ... miles from Ihirhsm. N. C., It belnsr . ImIIv "MaNt t;prss" from' Just aay he was tlwaja raltnrul K.i aiimied t. m.ihi iiuiier( as Norfolk at J;S a. m, connects with ii, tn his trust" inne ef the eo-tensms ft the ite of Ht-es. ( .!,,! ,i,. ... ..m. tier father. It ll.-s on Kast sld. of Oueoa w IB Daily txce) t Kitn.tay f r..m t And Shall 0 mention the name.inil ril. tVahlnuton and Intermedlsle points of the trust?" Loulavllle Courier- ,'nl,N",i l.u,te-rriiMi herein, t...wli. at 11.2.. a. m. , .... 'the Morris Hlreet .roper(y Is to ! II I Hilly eicept ftundsv from j juillliai. - laold first. Norfolk. w Hera anil Inlcrmriliate i 1 ne ie is msne ny reason or tie : pouus si :! p m. , tit.-a v. vn.v m,l. mi fnlluro of Paul ne. lor and wife to i.v N. II: Above seh-diil Hi'iires i.uh- ITlvaM W If M JSeW T0r, VulCagu, A Threat Immature Conductor t to clarinet Cobb Bros. & Co. BASfcF.RS BKiltEBS ealabllsked IKM Steels, Bead, fottoa. tirala aal rrevlsloat IT cerlaln indebie.lness referred, to in. Halted as Information only and aro hot lit oeeii 01 trust aecoriiinir to tns , .usrsnieen. . ; ror ioriner ininrmsttnn as to frer , leepina csr space aop!v -i platen hee here, Hcrr Brhlag, Why tenor of the notes evldenclns the same h-r forth Ar-t ,.ii.. 1. ,.,. and uivon the request ef the boblers of: vat Mm of s don t you follow your boat; noi-s any ticket s Veteran Clarinet (solemn.) 1 If Ihla October lllh. tsli. t j ti a you don't look cwld, I will. Puck, I m.v.t truatee. oKnt r II 1.. ,1m v. T A and l, V. Conn., M f" A , lUleich, N. C. W. W. CHUXTuV. I'. , Norfulk. Va New Orlcana and other Frtudpel Eicbanget 014) raaoe 44- New ree 431 Cakto A44rra TntUM KCrJCLK, . . IlEtLXU 4 A4444-r444t4l4444 X t tiriiio iiMPti - rdLAfli) muun i Te yoai aelf and friend te have a there ighly fine portrait ef rearself. Why at rewe la and let as make yea one! We wake Ihe klad yea want, a clear cat Ilkeart la the latest .trie, feme la and tee' ear apeelneaa. Miss Mt'l Johnson : TUH PIIOTOI.RirilKBU Darham, Tf, C.