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I i. , - i r Democratic Candtafes Hcd nhusacfc Rally General Carr Took His Detractors lo Task, Illustrating His Re marks With (be Story ol Ananias and Saphlra-Jndge Green and Others Also Spoke Briefly There was an enthusiastic democra tic rally last night at O'.Wal and Ed ward'a store in Kdgemont. IVhvoen three hundred and fifty and four huu flred voters assembled there and gave a patient hearing to the d. moeratic candidates, for wore than two hours jwd a half, and the enthusiasm they manifested wa contagious. The East JVirham band was ou hand, mid did tionte of their best playing, which was freqncntlyi applauded by thoso.com poeing.the large, and splendid, crowd that faced the speakers. $, . It was a democratic night In Kdge uiont, of great interest and hopes. The democratic camp-fires were burning there like the other beacon lights that are illuminating the, different sec tions of our city. Judpe Krecn Speaks. Hon. C. B. Green, democratic nom- A Wilson Heater' Will Save 40 Per Cent, o! Your Fuel Bill . t - -"i'-.Tj i! The celebrated Hot Blast Down-Draft creates 1 perfect combustion, the gases and fumes (40 per ,,cent. of the., beating :: pewer of, 'wood), ordi . narily escaping unburnod up the, chimney in other stoves, are all consumed and turned into heat in the WILSON. . , "I The WILSON Is the only beater in the world, which actually burns all - of the fuel put into it The WILSON' is air t'ght, heat can be regu lated to any degree, and will hold it fire for 36 hours. What you save on fuel will pay for a WILSON HEATKR la one season. iuee for clerk of the superior court, was the first speaker. Ho looked over the splendid audience that filled the street and almost surrounded O'Neal and Edward's store and neighborhood: "Fellow-clUitens, does this look like the democratic party is dead? Looks mighty good to- me." . He, then con trasted the two parties and told what the democrats stood for, and what were the policies of the republican party. "Democracy is for special pri vileges to none," he declared. "Repub licanism legislates for the few against the many. The dehitferatic party pro poses, to give you economy, and a cheaper tariff. ; From, the news from other "states thV" democratic '"party is going to sweep the country this year. You had better get on the band wagon, now and go along with the Tictorious majority, and accomplish , something for yourself, and. not feed on the husks of false promises made by republicans which you have experienced ( Iri , the past two years, witn nan worn, empty dinner pails, and high cost of living. You remeiyber . the bright gl6wirig,; "promises 1 ntaBe -- joui t6 years ago to vote'for the republican ticket, aud how false it has turned out If you put your trust in republi can promises you will be fooled again. 'and your condition . two years hence will be worse than It is now, it you 'give republicans control." ; I ' Mr. Green then contrasted the two ! noHtfui In tlila etsfo bnrl tha rApnrit each had made; the jeace and pro gress of the democratic party, and the rottenness of the republicans. 1 am a candidate for the office of the clerk of the superior court," he Anally announced. (A voice yelled out, "you can have it again Judge.") . The democratic party nominated me with out a desseniug voice,. I am proud to belong to a party of such people as compose the democracy of Durham county," Here Mr. Green took a good- natured shot at the chairman of the republican executive committee,' who was moving heaven and earth to de feat him, he said, and told a most laughable joke of how Mr. Carpenter would feel on the morning of the 9th of November. "Democrats, you have a ticket In Durham you all should -stand by, be proud of, and elect on Tuesday of nest week. ' (Half a dozen voices iii chorus were beard, "we will? we will!) Make it a big majority, and rllooii fta '"I write to tell you the good news 4hat Cardui has helped me so much and I think it is ust worth its weight in go d," writes Mrs. Maryan Mar shall, or Woodstock, Oa. .-.'Vdo'.hope and trust that ladies who are suffer inffjas I did. will take rv-rl..! In U hie hanii li . God's blessing tome! andj 1 will rprtmnlv hpln eveTV I I U lady who is suffering." U E5a vtn TTctinn BURNS W O O D PoMIe Hardware Co, DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 203 TYest Main ; Street F. B. STITH Manager mm The W's:;toniK No matter If you surfer J frnm hpadnche.- backache I s pains in arms, shoulders and legs, dragging-down feelings, stc, or if you feel tired, weary, worn out and generally miser able Cardutwill help yoa. It has helped thousands of other weak, sick ladies and if you will only give it a trial, you will be thankful ever.afierv n J of the supreme court. If th,rcpub- liciWwerc HctoHous and their ob- 1rct to et this court and the jegisla ture.'ln 4tdr t. collect bfAid3 the people had repudiated. His reruarkt along this line were punctured witl homely Jokes and illustrations th aroused the' targe a'ldieneei.to frc quent app'.aiise and cheers. lie said -that when the chargo v x made against him by a republican on the sUimb that he was a rich nifn's mm' on good j;oad. 8 miles from Durham, good road. Make good S40 Acrcs;100 clearld; 4 Dwellings, Stores,; Barns gtablea earTl)urh8m, Make a small puyment ani balance on time. CO Acres;' 20 acres c'oarod; , 2-rce!4 Dwelling ' corn and feraln. Will sell cSeap. v : , ,f: ,, . " . , . ' , . , Z .Al.UO AwtrToom DilUw? a4;PittV.i:rf!:4 .IfP milesroth liurham, ysood road. Chenp. 1:$0 Acres;. 45 acres cleareJ, fiiio Dv.dKr.s. Ku.ra 'aa-1 Outhousca near MigU Uhool and Church, 1-2 "" iul!e figui'llailroad. Make a litrmll t'l'j wcnt and i'lc balance to fiiilt the purchaser. ,70 Aiws; 20 clearea, small lo bouse, 2 1-4 miles .from Durham, goodj road. W ill sell , icbeap' and on'ntay terms. ." , ,,, ,.,, ,. ; -SO Acree;,'.2 miles fr.nn Durhera. CO Arres, 1 1-8 miles west of Morrlsvllle. Will sell very I; Cheap. Very god House avid Outcoute?, r.nd lots of fruit tro3. ' j; j. ,',117 l-a-Acres; 95 Arcs; fcS Acres; 20 Ac-3. Oa the 111 1-2 acres uaa a 10-room Dwtlllns; i ai i'threo-Wom Dwelling i f pd 1 two-rco;u Dvi-Hla;. Tho 8S ncrea ha a -four-room Dw cllinj?. Will sell each tract or as a whole. Make p. small paymer.t and thp balance to ouit the purchaser. 191 acres; 100 acres cleared, near Dvu ban, gan !. rcsd. 00 acres; 200 cleared, 8nroo.l Dwelling v and; lots, of fltker pwe1ings and Out?ioictt. Will ve.-y r enonable and good trnis. .200 acres; li5 'clearett, VeVyoo'd'-mellllt a'vS "WlMtr'iWjr !f'fltiw'p!n'nVK 3-4' tfR'-from Durham out ou i ayettevllle road. . CO Acre near Eno river and Crcr's Au!!r v!H pell Cheap. 130 acrea. acres cloarcd oa N. & W. Railroad; good improvetiictits. ICO a rcs ncr.r Kolson;v, ill sell cneap. 160 Acres, 4 1-2 miles from Durham, good improvements.' Good dlcrgaln. 118 acres, S miles from Durham; will cxchaPKO for'a hoc In Durham it once. .Anyone Wishinir to Sell P.imm i tWill l'ay T!::ii lo I'ut Bame In Our Hr.mln For SaU. Wo Clmrgo , Only .Small Comiu'iwkm. , Anj ihv U'isIiliiK, l l'ur liac We Will tavc V'ou Money, ;, ' And tiive ('una Iwmi ; " " We, have about 25house in l.'urb.-.m for Hale on Rood terms. We have vacant lots on al most every street In Dur-ham-for pale on cajy paymintH. . It will pay anyone t sew us bi'foro'tuyliis or selliua. rHOM: KKSli'r.M K so. rMlflalat1liTnir--"'"r" m,muammtM-mmmmrtnKmm mi-liliMaiaimiM . ,IUL!?1 i& CO. KKAL ESTATE PEALEJIS. MKUAM, . t. OYER SXEI'IJ-SAaRFIAH-TAiroR ('OMPASV. I K.ier v,!ll b h:a;o t.R r.ny of above property to the party who writing or calling iru fv? th!!, idv. la The 'oriier. , canrttltp. hn was in Greensboro r.t- roll np. and roll up nntu it win cud tendinK , meeting of the Association the matter for all time to come." ,nr ,hA ijnmaifM .f .wk he wis I i , 1 mm V m h ' JJ I I --. I VI galdFFirer Honrs!; JUST think of a range thT wui bora all day with one fire ; that wiH t '' your cook- tlOT trouhles and to ftr test jtar fsut hull Tfcat will piy back hi con ia oo year, and continue taring your money every TnT while ia use. That's what tSe CONTROL Range will do. Built on a new principle. No front or tide itikt. IntttU, a Icrer-ccntro'lcd draft !eice beneath the oven. Burns coke, cedcrwood. Hot biijn,j orca in catutci. Tie ' (,'csrantrrd 1m ar r.a yt-r rut Id J oar fad I III, and U offered etiry fB.lns(r id f! day trrt trial f preie II rlalm. Trf It f r Z9 da) (! ut.Vn eury tfclm i tree. 10 K SALE BY Christian & Harward ,99 "Leading Furniture Dealers' ffrceraa Street OppeIte redtnfficf. Wii I "I" )i" 'i)1" I ... JL CSffSf John F. Howard announced himself the democratic candidate for sheriff. He said he ccnVlnot make a speech, but he could make a sheriff. I thank you for the votes you gave me two years ago, he said, and hope you wii' give them to me again this year. M. G. Markharn then announced himself the democratic nominee for register of deeds. He spoke of his nomination without opposition in the democratic party. Hi did have an op ponent now, but on the evening of the 8th of November he would not know he was running, aald Sir. Markham. Mr. SImeoa Bowling announced himself the democratic nominee for treasurer, and would appreciate the votes of every one present " The speech of the evening was made by General J. S. Carr, the democratic nominee for the legislature. He was in fine shape and made a most con vincing argument agiUnst the still hunt charges and talk the republicans were making behind his back, to pre judice his own people, ("his folks", be called them) where he had lived tor 40 years, and used his best effort to uplift and bless, and where be ex pects , to live the remainder! of his days and die among them. He started out by saying that Mc Gregor was upon bis native heath to night He was glad to see so many good people of Edgemoat out "I have a rlsht to be here. I found many of you before yoa found your selves," he s&ld. He told of bis part in making Edgemont bio? nom as th? rose and transforming what wan once known as "Smoky Hollow," a d!s reputablo section, into one of indus try, peae and prcfiporlty, and given a habitation to an industrious and law abiding citizenship.' "And yet." the general thundered In rtaati'.oriate enthusiasm, "they are telling you, these republicans, that I have no Interest in the working man, and am the rich man's candidate. Fello citizens Annfas and ajihlrla, you ro member, were struck dead for lylns, and why these blasphemers of my good name and intention are living !now, I cannot see. I have beer I among yoa 40 years. I made my t money hsre and have spent It bore. I Can any man say except a republi can running for office and wants to traduce my good name that I have set up a false light?" J The general discunsed the features interest i:i yr.:r o.vn pc-kct tack and doctcr L!.a up vi;h Blackteilii " Sleek .end Peir 1 CHILDREN'S SHOES ; njWrra'n s!.oe af M tre are "ilftrmf tnn Jat Kb . , 1 V, dti net i the name eld tyje, eiB afler aeaa. C-rrnt ltrtli.i dir !aU with every fnl(lerati I. develop tbe'retinf (eel preperl. " :: Snllil, MiManlial niaterinU and the bet f wrlmaablp. . - 11i- f'aians eoatMned nftb aeataet aad grare, give ear I blldre n's Shoes dMfnrtioa. , I 'IHLDKEW SHOM AT I14, KM mi UM It'i a .l.nurp ft.r a Mother te Shoe fbe ( blldrea here. Expert fitters fe belp, I-ea It to them and the IliiJ.lris i rerrertl kliod, PRIDGEN &:JOME It win pay you to do fhU. ' It has paid Uiounds of other successiu! Urmers and stock and poultry raiscts. This fcmoits tstr.tly is rot a food, but a genuin, ac.cnCIic med icine prepared from medicinal herbs and roots, acting on t!w liver, kid neys, bowels and digestive orinns. Sold by ail drutjKisls, price 2j i cents, 50 cents and II. pur can. m -V.'r.'e ler viable r. "Su'tru Vet tti lir a arhoot!!! f"'.-"1- . t '-'.'if St Stuck 1 president, selecting plans for toej home that will be built upon the iced j given by" Mr1 XX K. Proctor, nar Durham, "and soon to be one of thei sweetest homes for orphan chUJreC In the state, and it has been named, too. Named 'Joyland.' And not a single man in this community has been asked to give a cent to this en terprise," he declared. "An yet they tell you r t.e no intercut in the poor man.: kiaid'a candida&s for no class. I shall represent the folks these folks I live among. I would advise ' yon to send a man to the legislature ho wW! be in sympathy with the majority, for the democrats will have control "of the legislature, and if you send Dr. Bowling he wi'i be able to do butjwo thliiF an swer rollcall and draw his salary. "The democrats " re heM responsi ble for all l'if'.ation, and they are not going to let a radical Irglalate for them to become responsible for. This Is not the policy ol ; majorities in legislature. Iiut in making these charges, and toeing ao buy to Latch up something against rr.e font master Giles was so-indiitrious that ho for; got to pay hfs polltai and therefore; will not vote-In the comifg ctectlon. "Another thing: the' 1 tell yol I am too fond' of the negro, and am giving him' advantage ever the whites. Ton '"remember Ananis and ;-apnaria actin. I waseierieu treca-;M ;f x.k tu . urer of the negro . training here. I have never been out there more than or.'-e or tice. The grcat-t-t repubiitan leHer thoy fcae is pr;hldcnt of thf i 3: 1;..I J te r C. I'ritcherd. All f tho othT offef-r ere republic srr. Hob Cieun wenl over the . Knr;l iU'I atatrs nisktiic !p?thffi and t'ir beg-.n to coHfi-t the money for the school. They tntl ot'if one to tnkc care of this morey and kttp it iiafi iy. I am in the Flrt Natlosal InuY. That is my buincss to take care 'of tr;ney, and they r.sde' fee treaaoifr, btiowing thflr mr,ny wouM bs ife." Il,-re the 'g feral d.c'H'd the bookworm, where it g.-U in an.! ptays havoc villi the stonurb. He st'd the repi.biicai party noa once t giand old tarty, but under Its pres ent leaders In this slate and county, It should 'no be named the hook worm p?.rty. "it la devouring you Interna! ly ita falue pronjists," he said. The gpfitat said that the republi cans acctifed blm of cdur-ating a negro for a doctor and HIng htm op in Iiurbam. lis said he dil edu cate a dot'or a yonng nmn whoe kin was at white aa Ms or any one In the audience, and rrad a letter from Aim and hi old father to show their appreciation, but, said the gen eral, "In their yetting of 'nigger, n!g ger" at me and their blindrip?i to get up tomethlng en me, they fcav made a negro of. thin young hii mm Ko yoa aee their actla. Lon't you bo fooled by thcra." i - At the tiineliiston 'of his wpcech, 1 tiairmaa 11., A. routthe jntlo i short speech In whUb ho reviewed General Carr' tatcer tnd I; at hi. tood for. 1IU aid to ail worthy tauv.es, cr.d his liberal hand to hi fellowKien. i!e reviewed the pciitl eal record of Or, Howling, and hi desire for office. He aald the dontor aa rui.nlng for the postofliee In stead of the legfHlature, and that ben be and ("balrinan Carpenter aent to Wanhington, and laid before the president th work they bad 1 drw, the avrlQeo they had made, 1 against a poKtu.as'rr that could not even vote In thia election, they wemlit j prize t'ostmastor t'lW ont tt hi jeilietf and he would know It no more. . 1 j. IIJtarTlgMSWi1!!!!!!1 1 HI gill n ! sZS LOSE t2Z' MOSEY yvMi-hen you allow any of your ii m S ctnrlt rr nonlfrir in tvtnnln sick 4 St ntnnm Theyveyoulessresultsinbccf, -j pork, work, or erB, when the yars ' not in p:rf::t h:a:rh. Tais a I.nis . fi S m m "4 e ,tr: I - 1 a n li :: 3 S A Good Plow, A Good Cutaway Harrow, jj The Best Corn Planter Made, Buckeye Riding Cultivator, Spike Tooth Harrows, p Three or Four Hoe Cultivators, Cotton 1 Flanters. By usins tlsesc tools you can H cultivate more land, do the work better,5 - 1 with less labor and make better crops, I ' . fc Taylor - FMpps Co- j Mjnguni and rurriilt Sit. c Durham, N a White Pe&ri Onion Sets arc one of the most profit able crops you can plant in the fall. Can be used for green onions during the winter and 'spring, or make a splendid crop cf dry omens for market early in the summer. We have also Bermuda Onion Sets, Yellow Danvcrs, and other varieties for fall planting. VtrltA for prices and our. Fall Cat log, giving full information about Farm 6 Garden Seeds. ' Catalog' mailed free 30 rcquckt, T. W. WOOD & SOUS, Seedsman, Rlcltmond, Va. MORE PRAISE BY HOME FOLKS Mr. F. 8. SlanK.iri. Wlfn of the well knon ftnira'lfir, 831 Manfn'm rifcrl ucja: "I autfrcd tor alxmt lx juvn Irora kidney trouble. Had avur palm In my tack. I bay apK a lot of rr.otf for mcdlc'ne, tut none of It ni' d to to m atif good. I b;rd to ntith about 6!fb Tonic that I dorld d to try It. I hava oac'd two bottlos and bva nn free from pain alnrt (Bklug thi llrt bntlfl." W give fne ant)la every anf or tell tl II hottl for tOc at 10S Cliurrb v'r'K. Your rtruritlat mll It at th nami nrlr. j Prise Offers from Leading Manufacturers -Bookcnfattnts. "Jlhts to inventors." "l ivcni'scru nudcJ." 'Why some Inventors HI." Send ros:;i tktlch or mtxltl for search of Patr.it Office r.-coJ. O.ir Mr. G ret Icy wis rurrr,crlyk Acting Commissioner cf Patent;, tnd as such had fuli tSargc of the U.S. Patent Office. . , . , GREELEY &M5INTIRE Patent Attorisxvs WASHINGTON, lijKmtA.'ai I I z t t An'orsg tin" lM!i.m li . of nrords for 8"t tnicr t to: i d fill flio laiat cioitlona In M'min mid Com' dr. ! rarry YMrnn ilu'.hl it- an ! retort's at all time aud ran ''ipll your w.tr.ia. V. '!!! Us j.b iis.d t imt your nnro on our jnaKfriK l fu! m nd yott i!,q lint of n w r!d '( b motilh If yea I!1 m.nd your n:iaie iind addiern. ;::j::;:::::rrj 312 W. Main fit.,' Ncn Fiva I'oli.ts I N S, Diirhmu, X, C I w c oil y v iuu luuiiuy " FIELD SEED, CRIMSON I CLOVER , . THE KING OP SOIL IMPR0VFR3. RED TOP CLOVER, RYE, VETCH AND ALL GRASS SEED, HYACINTHS, HAECISSU3 . AND FLOWERING BULL'S. C. E. EING' & SONS 221 W. .Main St :nrtnn::rRt:n;i:f.r;rnn'fJt;::tt iri;t:K::::;:j::;r.n::tnjmnt:tii Thone 186 ' ' i. , A, ',.1 , .' . i' is I It., .f,tt - . 1 ::i. . 1 " .