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DURHAM RECORDER, DURHAM, ST.-.jCV. FRIDAY, A,?RIL 7, 1911.
THE DURHAM RECORDER ,. : r- Published semi-weekly, every Tues day and Friday, by the Durham Sun Publishing Company. Office, 109 Mangum Street, Phone, No. 2". en C. SIBLET, Editor and Manager., Subscription Bates. One Year (in advance). ....... .$100 Six Months (in advance) 60 Three Months (in advance)..... .33 Advertising rates Application. made known on Bntered at Durham, X. C, post office as second-class mail matter. The happy state North Carolina. .The highways to prosperity good roads. It now looks aa it they are going to grind the coffee trust in the congres sional mill. Democratic harmony means demo cratic success, and a good beginuing was made in the house caucus. , We read that a Chicago firm has hipped. 10,000 alarm clocks to China. The Celestials are to be awakened at last The Greenville Piedmont says "South Carolina needs the safety ap pliance law." Beg pardon! Why not put on a few airbrakes! The season Is on when the baseball players will be in the held chasing files, and the housewife will be at home batting a few flies herself. ( Since the recent dreadful fires in the east Chicago has made some ninety arrests for violation of the fire t t ! .h. Tti. ami rt H a aruf The recent trouble at Annapolis arose over a Miss Beers. To miss beers has caused a great many rows and good deal of foaming among those who missed. ' The Danville Register tells It that Tncle Joe Cannon will soon be busy aprlnkliug tacks in the pathway of Champ Clark's rubber-tired machine." They will not be Income tax. " From the newspaper accounts we re told that the robbers 'on Wall . street In New Vork wear masks. This te a new innovation, as the rules of the exchange do not require It Among those who resumed their eat In congress vu "Senator" Lori- mer, and the Richmond Virginian inti mates that ois recent exoneration was like the passing of an automobile. The smell lingers. Six months of ondilu'ed joy for the baseball fan. The lll baseball sea' son opens on the I2tb of this month In both of the big leagues. All In all it looks like a cwrry race with many a thrill between tint date and ihe time the flag falls. This would be a great deal happier and nicer world to live In if we would pay onr debts with tbe cheerfulness that we make tbetn. and talk about the gd In people wt tbe same de gree of glee and eutbusiaam we dis cus the bad in tbetn, ... Tbe molest pair who went to Wash' Ingtnn city from Virginia to get mar rird so as to avoid pomp and cireum- tance. carried along a football juart-rbae. Tbey were taking no chancs on a center rush by the in sistent "marrying parsons." ... "Don't rest on your laurels. Tbey are fine on your forehead, but make a mighty poor mattress." This d vnonition, which the president's sec retary found on his d-sk when he tarted In Tuesday, shows that Taft Das no Intention of letting him "lie dowa on the job " ... There are (.leo'y of things to frH about, it is simply as'oni.aing how rnwh annoyance may be found In the roiirse of every day's living even at tbe simple.t. tf one only keeps a sharp eye out on fhe side of things. Kven holy writ says we are prone to trouble sparks to fly upward, bit even to the sparks flying upward In the black est of smoke there Is a blue sky above, and the less tane they waste on the mud the sooner they will rears It. Hoo'l yoa worry and fret oner all tbe rumors that the fruit is killed. There will be a crop somewhere, The lxird will provide in His w g ay. If you do not owa aa orrbard yon will hate to buy what fruit you anywsy; and it will come to you from the section that have beea tiigbly favored. It fruit fails In one 8Uee it la proline la another, and the old world jogs along la the way the Creator Intended it should. So be of f nod rbeer. ROOSEVELT AND THE BIBLE. In his address recently at the Uni versity of California, Theodore Roose velt urged the study of the Bible In all colleges. He deplored ' the ten dency to confine the Bible courses to theological ' seminaries, and advised the study of the scriptures by all per soii8 as a guide to conduct. ' The Nashville j Tenuesseean says Mr. Roosevelt might well have , pre-i scribed the Bible as a guide to yo.ing persona desiring to acquire a de sirable literary style. He could also have suggested It as a satisfactory substitute for current works of fiction in the case of persons who are seek ing Interesting romances. ,To lovers of poetry he could also have recom mended the Psalms and other portions of the scriptures as superior to tbe poets whose names have become shrines around which many literary clubs worship. Any student who is socking a per fect ; piece of narration should not overlook tbe story of the creation as it i related in Genesis. It is a gem In clear-cut, direct expression. Ruth is one of tbe most beautiful romances imaginable. Job offers an entertain ing story of great beauty. . Orators, historians, novelists, musi cians and poets alike have found in spiration in jthe Bible. Its simple, ef fective style, its marvelous stories and It wonderful teachings are so Inter woven w ith all of modern art which is worth while that It is Impossible to tell where the influence of tbe holy writ begins and ends. When Mr. Roosevelt advised tbe University of California students to seek guidance in" the Bible he directed them to tbe text-book which in effect embraces all others and transcends them. 4 ' COAL TAX rJl'STIFIABLE. The Washington Herald cites the fact that the attempt by tbe legisla ture of Pennsylvania to impose a tax on anthracite coal is unjustifiable In point of any salutary effect that It would be likely to have. , Such a" tax is not needed as a measure of eco nomic regulation, nor for the Increase of tbe state' revenue. The companies or operators concerned la tbe pro duction of coal may bear up under such a tax, but their relation to the matter I not aa Important aa is that of the consumers. Tbe Inevitable effect of such a tax la that R will increase tbe ultimate selling price of coal, which for many years haa been higher than it ought to be. The mine operators can easily shift the harden down along tbe line, and by the time it reaches the people it will come out of their pocket sev eral times over. . The coal companies should have no excuse (or jumping up price on one of the greatest neces saries of life. ' DEMOCRATS I'XITKD. A tbe Richmond Journal very truly says, in the face of many fears and In contradiction to many prophecies, most of the latter from republican sources, it is true, tbe democratic caucus met and selected Its committees without a discordant vote. , Indeed the meeting was almost phenomenal for Its good humor and perfect unanimity. The surface in dicatlona are that instead of there being nothing but uncertainty and unorganlted purpose among the democrats on Ike eve of the extrs session, s has been so often assert ed, tbey seem to be united and are going into their new work with per fect confidence and a well-defined program. There Is just as much brains and experience on the democratic side of the house now as there was on tbe republican side in the fast congress, and much more honesty and patriot ism. , t DIsflKhlNti rr.MK AOAIN. Tb'-re Is again discussion of a pea pact between Great flrltaln snd tbe United States and between Prance and tbe United States. With reciprocity with Canada and peace agreements with Great Britain and Krau'e, there would be little reason for tbe continuous expensive naval preparation of the last decade: but there is no assurance that the senate will ratify surh peace agreements as the two great Anglo-Saxon govern ments may arrange with each other. There are some senators that are very jealous of their constitutional privilege to vote separately and dis tinctly in every matter of interna tional relation, Ktill, the world moves. Civil service reform was looked upon as Utopian thirty years gi, and many measures looking to ward tb purification of govern mental and commercial relations bate been accomplished even 4n the last ten years. The democrats In congress begin by loping off U2.i'0 a year In useless expense. That's the best mov yet. Tbe removal of the county court! house ., is a very; important matter, and it is one that concerns this city for the years to come. Great pre caution, should be taken that a mis take is not made. ' We do not reflect upon the ability .of the commission ers to select a suitable site and woj havs every reason to. believe thatj The Concord Pally Tribuw.ha en tbey will make a wise one, but wellarged from a six to a seveiv-column desl-e to Impress upon them the need Quarto, and has been greatly iiniirdyaid. of taking a place that ..will give a 8nce- Bt"t-B: , Sherrl1' ,00,k plot ;y of room, and will reflect cred.t upon a growing city like Durham. ; We do not know that the commis sioners have any idea of selecting the Hopkins house lot, but already the Sun has received protests against their "doing ''so, from . th fact that the lot is too small tor a build ing and court yard such as Durham should have. Tbe square below tbe municipal building and facing the market and the high school building. has "been suggested as a most prop-late place for the county a building. It is a very desirable one for the nuri)08e. If any citizen can select a better one. the Sun tyould . v . .. tpui . be glad to bear, from blm. This pa per would esteem It a favor if our citizens would express themselves on tbe subject, as there' seems to be a good deal of interest manifested In tbe matter just now. Let us make a wise and satisfactory selection. , THE NEW ASSESSORS. : The corporation commission has an nounced the appointment of the tax assessors , throughout the state, and the list of appointments were " pub lished In the Sun on Monday last. This was in compliance with t'ie new provisions of the macbinei-y act passed by the last legislature. The county commissioners have done tholr duty in appointing township and ward assessors. These assessors are an innovation In the state. Their work, however, is a very important one, being tbe C .jer- vision of tbe work of the township as sessors and sitting with the county commissioners as board of equali zation, in the important work of more accurately equalizing tax values be tween the counties. , As we understand it, these assessors ! begin their work of assessment on the first of May, and it is very Important that the people bear this in mind and assist them as much as possible In making tbe results as satisfactory as possible to all concerned.' The county commissioners will make their levy the first of August, and In this it will be seen that tbe old method, and time have been changed. It la well to bear these things in mind. " A t'MQI E PLAN. That's a unique undertaking ! launched by a grouo of Washinc-i tonlaas who propose to put tl in the u-n rvj -eea iron, cow. until' for tbe purpose of saving j headgear that a man wonders how enough money to go to the Panama!10'')' "Ml take to the unbecoming plain exporitlon. in San Pranclsoo. Tbei,wIo ben ,b" H to r.rK.Mti.i- ... ..... ... ... J When an old bachelor meets a good i:": ,"ir'n 7 ocnem io!ign and think how different it might be enjoyed. Unless precedent is have been had they met before it was faulty! most of those who carry, outj100 ,ate- '- thai litafl ta-lil ska C ' asssssss-sssfs m msshssjb r,i , iheiir. ,- it Is to save money,, and they will! New Bern Journal. , catch tbe joyful spirit of watching j n t this saon of the year that the pile grow. Its triteness has In"" public h,1,l!b tor trious now.se detracted from the truth of Tn Z the statement that "saving is a habit noyame, they are a menace to tbe that anybody can acquire, no reiterhealth of the community and with the what bis circunmtames. mosquito work destruction to both This Is not only a good plan. for!?' ,Ub 'nd litct- n" MB n thi. .nis i- tf leneU or eliminated by the local this srMcinc thing and tn W ashing-jhpa,In a.borlll,., by th,mtrU. U ton alone, but it Is a good, idea to is a work that must be entered Into put in prsctlre in Durham, ty all orjby every property owner, and kept up. our people. Practice the habit of)'1 u eo-operatlve work, and the savHg. And Durham Is blessed with : 11 V'w I" o Ha"r six lanksall safe and a xt'xm- . . whee you ran open accounts and the! Three R One Day. add"d mites each week will give youjC'm'wd Tribune. - en.uragement and Inspiration. Ite-I ' Mr' l H"n. f ClaM, Is the cm m .. j possessor of a hen of common breed ... ........ . NWKHSARV TO IIK AROUND. It I. the opinion of ,b. mwfirJZtouTXn I pbia Pre, and quit a correct one.Wh to tbe above fact if any doubting that the man who experts to be Thomases should arise. Candida' for the democratic presl-' dential pomlnatlon wlli probably find!!?' M,f I""Btt,r QBettJoa, it e.MM..r. ka. i. n . .(Greensboro Rerord, t nemsary to be In Ua.hlngton at, w, Mu least ofcasionally during the extra their cow, at thi. season of the year session of congress. Governor l(sr- ben the principal crop is onion, mon. Colonel Bryan and 8peake-i',,Jt,''r highly flavored with onions is Champ Clark have already realized!' '"I1"'"' product on this market. in it bearing on the next democratic home producer Is losing. , nomination. The speaker will have! . - " ''; 4. tbe advantage of a steady Job-rlghtL .a 4 ,",r1 irt , on the ground, and yet occupying ibelw'T . . ,DI Pleading extreme pHvrty up to the center or the stage all the time has time of his d-.tb. !. .1, w,k. Its perils. The demwrats have not ago, tbe heir of Mr, Burton W., West, yet selerted tblr randidate, and as nHlr Kureka, found last week IJ.ooo tbe extra session and one regular'" urr"ncJr hidden away by the de- seeslon of congress will convene uTn'Vl 014 TT,1 '.S , . . In a tin can concealed in the fore the nomination I mnde It I house loft. Mr. West,., who w J possible there may not be so manyiyesrs of age, j.-rt )- nd four randWstes a year hence a there tp.fbUrn, who will now enjoy his pear to be now. All the same tbe!ml,r" tK"fl""'- expectnf will be looked to to drift into Waphlngton oersslonally and i take an Interest in ihir... ma k..j a., . . . . .. . i out advice, and get their me,,,,, re. LAND OFTHE L0..5 LElf PISE . . . . 1 1 1 . WHERE PROGRESS PREVAILS AND PLEASES THE MDeStK10r& ' " - - ' jf jS- ! 1 1 Slier City has a sty4 Itroraper and is going to grade and have : good streets. That's good. ,dence of progperity, ana nope lti wU1 'continue with Increasing satisfaction to Its esteemed editor and proprietor, The Kinston Free Press says that at a good, ripe old age,' full of Vigor and the accumulated wisdom of a .large experience, Gov. Thos. J. Jarvls, North Carolina's irand old mat)1 ap peared before' a large audience in the courthous(in that town Tuesday night and delivered some telling blow In the Interest of good government and p-lvln piphtAAn.llAa. aanaMtltt Tha governor was ln flne trim and eUc,led ap-jfrom nj9 audience marked applause throughout his address. Tbe town of Lexington. Davidson county, has Inaugurated a unique and - excellent plan by which It may use Ita clean-up day" as a day when the town will be thoroughly -rid of all trash, waste paper, unseemly objects and everything that tends to detract from the general appearance of 'the beauty of the' town. It '-proposes to give to the boy or girl under fifteen years of -age who collects the largest pile of trash on that day a rash prize and to tbe one who comes second in the race, also, a prize. The Rocky Mount Record tells it that the young man recently arretted in Marlon, N. fj and who was de tained and an officer aent from Rooky Mount for him at that time, believing that he was. Mr. A. P. White, wanted there for a subscription swindle of more than a thousand dollars, was on Tuesday brought back to Rocky Mount by Officer J. M. Reams, and at 3 o'clock that afternoon more than a dozen witnesses testified the young man held was not tbe man wanted. He was immediately discharged from tbe custody of the law and an apology from the city given him. . Feinted Paragraph. - ' Chicago Newa. And pride goetn before us all. ' ' When a golf club gives a dance. Is It s nlf hall? - M , j Money talks, but It never really fought to use a megaphone. ''-. It te a sin to flay poker the way some oeane' nlftV it. J Man a man shortens bis data b tenetheninv hts niehta . ' t! As soon as a baby la able to walk it goes after the bric-a-brac. It takea a woman to manage a tnan witboat -being abbvurnaderstand hint. If a man fears death it is almost a confession that he Isn't living right. One way to lose a friend Is to have him get rich while you remain poor. When it comes to sawing wood a minute's work goe farther tha an hour's talk. --. y ' -v.-. it's easier for man to pocket hi pride than it is for a woman because he haa more pocketa. w r frequently admonished to 'come early and avoid the rush," but iiiintvfuui aS.tra.e-vHa-4f r ar.Ba . A mj WoraeB roak. M mwh (uM ,lt)t - tow m w0,nan he u apt M 4,fct,.fc w inursfiay iaia tnree ; full size eggs. The ben is sbout five "Why do so many men hsve their " '".'. taken on their wedding ',)f'" "llerause tbey stt to laki. ' ad vantage of vantage of the l-t'Chsrt' they'll E WHAT IS SAID OP A DEVELOP. 31 EXT NOW OX FOOT." At the recent commercial confer ence at Atlanta, George Washington, tne great electrical authority, point ed out iu an address tbe almost Urn itless water powtjr' of the .south, and predicted that its development' would make that a busjr, populous manu facturing t section, -This prediction will soon be made a reality for a large part of the two tarolinas, ac cording to the Baltimore Sun, which says: . " ; ' :", ' ' " ' Messrs. J. B. Duke. B. N. Duke and the capitalists f the Southern Power company have been acquiring large water powers-for the past ten years and now have enough develop ed to run factories and street cars' and light towna and cities over hun dreds of miles. Tbe announcement that they were, planning tn construct one of the most extensive electric railways In thd country was quickly followed by the award of the con tracts. Charlotte. N. ,C, is to be tbe center of the system. Nearly half tbe cotton mills in the entire south are within a radius of a hundred milea of that thriving city, and there!"8 ' hy- are nrosnerous manufacturing towns' North Carolina of from 5.000 to 10.000 lnbabltantl' all .around It. The southern division I of tha new electric road will rnn via! Gastonia and Kin a: Mountain. N. C! to Snartanbnrir. Greenville. Ander- son and Oreenwood. S. C. Anotherl line Is sdld to be projected fromc," ' - " r : Charlotte Uo Greensboro. Durham! Nortl Carolina assessed 1,190,560 and Winston-Salem,-which will link'"0 together such ; growing towns Salisbury, Spencer, Lexington Point, BuiIlnKton. Hsw River Graham.' Work 's to be beg once on the section rroin Charlotte south, and a Baltimore firm has been I .feu " ..-. i i m. tiimD u; k. a ailt. n t nH .a. tlna.a l .. H iup K"iv """ - , tain, wnue uuver, or Knoxvuie, la toi build 95 miles of the line. ; j Thi 1 no paper project, backed' 6y committees, resolutions and' hopes, but it has behind it millions; or capital, enterprise ana a group on men who do things on a big scale.) The Dukes themselves are natives of, North Carolina, and this la a south-1 ern enterprise conducted by south-! ern men and backed with their money. ' They 'evidently realize the Immense possibilities of their. sec-' tion." ' ' - ; 1 Cruel t Ovrselves. . Canon Farrar. ,- i ... Most of our sufferings are : Inflicted. Weare cruel to ourselves-jYoa We feather the arrows of . our en-; .mini .ml' m.k tho WAiiml. pa rip ta, which otherwise they were powerless! . - ' . i to Inflict; W anticipate misfortunes which never come. We brood over Injuries at which it would have beea far. wiser to smile. We neglect or despise the joys which Cod otherwise would freely give u.. We will not know the thing which make for our peace, and in things which we. know naturally, like brue beasts made to be takea and destroyed, in these we corrupt ourselves. . Ah. how true, how true it is that hesveu seems to Breverymhere . would but. en ter It, and yet almost nowhere, be cause so few of ns ess." Alaa, my brethren, all this might be otherwise, but aa we ruin our bedies by excess snd Ignorance, so we ruin our mind by greed and care. Original Ofaervatloas, Orange (Va.) Observer. A weak person ran sometime put up a strong bluff. F.llure Is tbe one thing that is spoiled by succe s Tbe more some men owe tbe more ihey want to owe. . . ' Y'.s. knowledge is borne-power to the feterlnsry surgeon. ' Truth Is mighty and prevails, after a political campaign. - Tbe man with a, single Idea cer tainly must be a confirmed bsrb'ior. A joke 's Ides of a good Juke is one that I on the o'her fellow. ; A number of nnrlvil men hold office under civil service appointment. Thinks Rlh kHgo A beat Right. Concord Tribune. bishop Kilgo dedicated the Sam Jones Memorial church In Carters vtlle, (Ja, last Sunday. When tbe pastor of the church asked that the ladie present remove their bats Illshop Kilgo said often women bad to arrange their heads to tb' lr hats, and In view of uch preparation, for a woman to remove her bat In order that a man might be ronvenlenced. vu an act of chivalry that no true gentleman should fail to thoroughly appreciate. As usual, bishop Kilgo is about right. Tbe Fatal lianas IVL Leholr Topic. . A good ordinance for every town to pan would.be to make it a mlede. meanor fr any ene to drop banana peelings or other slippery material on the sidewalks. The fellow who would oppose ibis measure has never in an unguarded moment found himself sud denly and unexpectedly lying on bis back and gazing at myriad of star In broad d light. Apple 4rew Ing HaTWeed. ' Webster' Weekly. We are told that Haywood county' leads all other counties in tbe state , In the apple-growlng Industry. It I estimated that at the present lime In , Haywood county there r 125.000 bearing orchard tree and that these , trees grow the very finest apple to be had. , llnel - Wlnston-fialem Sentinel. I Wilson and Clark a the demo-' cra'lc ticket In 1912. How do you i thixgs to Kr:o;v INFORMATION IT IS WELL - HAVE HAN'DV. TO Wilmington Dispatch. , Mn Joseph K. Pogue, secretary of the North Carolina state fair is send ing out a post card announcing the dates of the next state fairk October 16th to J0th, Inclusive, and makes the interesting statement that tbe fair has grown 20ft per cent in the!slol(l b last tbree years. But this Is not the only thing Interesting that he notes on tbe postcard. He gives -a complin tion, which should be observed and proudly viewed by every Tar, mak- iK - lt a point to bear tbe data In This compilation, coveting mind 1910, is as follows: North Carolina has a population of 2,206,287. , .North Carolina has 11,218 teach ers in her public schools. North Carolina's percentage of en rolled school population 72 per cent.. North Carolina raised a7.0u0.0U0 bushels of corn. , North Carolina raised 129,600,000 pounds of tobacco. - t North Carolina balos of cotton. North Carolina raised 718.889 raised 262,000 raised 7,433,000 bushels of wheat., 'North Carolina raised bushels of oats. '! 3.458,000 'North Carolina horse and mules v ' rth Carolina assessed K' W P.M Vaa.I,a L . a. ' . ' ." 7", ",.f rvkMuwie. 4:iz p. m.: kw urieana. ;30r , High ..! n.iSpo.i : . , Rirmlttabam. 12:13. noon: MeMe..::; : '' '.L', i J,. ...'!..'' l . . . .iPhis. 8:05 p.. m.: Kansas City. 11:1. 2 " '.' w"i.i. x U mu second day. and conneciinsT or . ... a wora a gem, or ji stone, or a, ,11 hut point.. .This ear also tuakes T, ' song, .- . ', .dose connection at Salisbury tor.SU '.. ' . - -o- 1 1 P . IftU, f MfWim a.W ..al - - , 1 lwet je-nume, Or a drop of gall, Is a word. Von may choose your -word like connoisseur, luusa u up wun an, But the word that sway and stirs. ' and stays. la the word that comes from the heart, - , - Von may work on your wori ; thousand week. " " : Hunt win not glow like one That, all unsought, leaps forth wnlleL,, Clocno U t a. lo.lowJn tls When he fountain, of teei ng run.j may hammer away' on the an vll of thought. - ahu imuiui luur wora wun nr. na rasnioa your wor wtt care. Rut nnles. you are stirred to UtAw ,TrXS depths that word . Shall die on the empty air. For tbe word that eomes from thei . . ; . . . r . " T' - - - MV -WIH V UV .III., ih. w-a,. .... ...... .. . iu - and stays, Oh! that is the word men beed. , s: Ella Wheeler Wllcog. Of latere Here.' . The- following la from the Rich mond Tlmes-Dlspaich; ' Mrs. William Ruffln Cox. president of the Virginia and National orle ties, presided at tbe meeting of tbe Richmond society. Colonial Dames of America, which was held In the parlor of tbe Woman'a club Satur day afternoon. Mrs. Moffltt read a charming paper ." with a. c u train saiajg concerning the famou. Edenton. S. tmX':,S?tA . C, tea party, and Mrs. Andrews, of Novfoii. tititni tr.ta for tw. VVasb.ngton. who I. tb. hou guewt j VJiiJ ttfc912p&: ':.'.: of Mrs. Cox, presented to the Vlr-!Or-..iore t. iui.i.r,. fi.n,!T.lira7h:v,,kpo7r:i!i.Loi ' Hf. tesstzzLZ, Delaware, the work of herself and, " iW wi a. c U trl mnM .1 her husband itlu ' Vmmm , Vvh f lM.We Willi A. e. ' " iLi. ! j ' fcmnuii W(Vrejta,lP,iM lor Kti.inio.i hw wk, t.v Whltfleld read, a paper on tbe muu- Norfom BoutH.m ir.m for N.w kei,, ... ments 1. Nofth CaroHna that have1, HV" J,1! V - It been erected to bl.torkal colonial' Ri.,h, a.ima ene Ow.bor -5- , . personages. . (;'.'?"" ' c. r.i Mn. J. Allison Ilodg .a. ho.; Z'PZ"' V.nt1m'f - imi'iiih.i rrt rytmn, wnuni lunuwru iu. nuniness session. - - We Have Them All rltwl. - When It comes to satisfactory mer- ehandising. Two thousand traveling lemen are carrying our eighty dlf - ferent product to over two million hi iii-ri -f.r-i w iwr, Ifltl ,1 ,D. Ilir plan of We need man rich! county.AddreM Tbe J R. Wat- kin. rnmc.nv 111 ftni.th r!.. c . , 1 - -. - , . . . . . ' H r-T-. D.ltl.... l,-l a . . . ' uwuHii'ip, .r,.a. , r.eisDiisneo in 1868. Capital over I? nan noil Plants contains 10 acrea floor apsce. -' I J1 TO KEEP UP TO US means something belle lomor. row thaw today. Alwy aim Ing to heneflt the aupporbfa of tlie Wtore. We take tli ri.lt of lielng henefltiHt owraelves. TCOSE GC0DSI.0ES BELLAMY'S CITCKITI PttU OfflCE. ana moi- satistariorr .c"1"! sona sjid M.th. ' merchandising ever devls4.tnJ.:.. vr"'wM " a rellsble energetic youna fr.m haLi.ti-impp..-1?. ... 1 BOW to travel In Ili.rh.m n.'-.. Cosee ! (IrMubara VrKS ' SALESMAN WANTED tV loot ' Afisr our Interest Id DurbAqr an Ail' cent counties. Salary or CenxJoUt1, slon. Address Th Harvey Oif Co , Cleveland; O. , .-,M I ,v It. T. HOWEttTON HOW. Funeral Directors and Brnbeltaera Office and, Show Room SIS Mangum ,' : Street ' , -t Phone ;7 i Night pr Day jsrvicv - ? Itch relieved In 30 minutes toy Wool ford's StiUltary Lotion. Nfever falls. Ilcclmcy; Ores. ; :i Druggists. MOW ABOUT TKt iIW VEXXT in U Ursvv ua itUMUierM(l siivii ti vr linr ssv oi sui tut kiMf4 lM"Tir, nMMtvtnr weMitrvwiMMt tl ma titi l-.ertitbMntia yuur iif. tb rtpfct r vim. Mara i hi hi-)liie-e. ami noiuf rt . tr htuir4 iiIim'vs , VOUfl 4HMITUkiTf --Clx dfunii it iiiIbiii mnnmm mna npw u ywb a uisrn taur- -natiifiunBivtrtf yt'U. Ttltiaisttii)iedt fiMiei -.. I o Vk In in U jrusi, WlUiruf.aVII . ' (ittconrouats aS- - ViMf. N.C-. er Clssitiite. N.C . . SOUTHEEN RAILWAY Direct Use t all Petal a, ; yQBTH, SOrTH, EAST, WIST. " ,' Tiiry lew '. ItAsnd-Trip Bale Vt jt r :. - .'... .-'.-; v .rt Through. Pullman to Atlanta leaves s? Raleigh 4;05 p. .,,, arrive AtlajnU-.j,-6:25, a. m,. making close connection. ,v for siid arriving. Montgomery follow-. ;. ing aay auer leaving jvaieigo. n a. fu.v. uouis ana outer westers point. ,- . . . ' ' inrougn ruunvan to Washington . v . n w a vj..a.-a.a. -V , . a.a.,... wik , , f jir.ir. naiciKii : p. 3iv arrives 4 ; j Washington 8.50 a. m.; JUltlmort... , 'v' 10:02 a. m.; Philadelphia. 12:23, hood; , .... New York, 2:31 p. m. This car makes.' j.j close conuec.lon at WaiUlugtoa, for". ,( Pltuburg, Chicago and all point ' north and west, and at Greensboro ot ' through tourist sleeper for California 1 oolnta and for all Florida noints. Through parlor car for Ashevil e (leaves' Coldsboro at 6:43 a.' re.; Jt jleigi 1:55 a.' to., 'arrive AahevITlf j t :); p. m..t malting riflse connection with tb Carolina special' and irrtv- nectlon f , lnU iod morA.Hi "",,,, fnr -xf.,n.rt,l.-.. ' ; Raleigh 1:30 a. ra . arrrvei Greensbo-6 . . ., . .- .... , . . t . . j ' Greensboro for all noints " North- South. East -and 'West -Tnt er l rt,,', handled on train 111. leaving dolds"""' lalM It-it ar. .'' i. .,. ,.f i.. 1 n aiit iniiirtnatinii as wen-mm tit aeti ' - - ticket. . . 9 - i , -. i . , O. JONT., T P.'kT-- .' Ill Pavettevttte f ' -' i " "TlaleiA. K. C ,w 11 T. CART. 0. P. A,' " V ' 4" 6 , . ; Waahlngten. ly. -C."' " 1 " ... : f , T-,'" EOUTHXHN EAILWAY ; Bchedtil. v w. B. TkMe flmree are rnafeai aa laformatln sue are .t .u.r.ni. . 1H.. m.: ha. Ill M.ttojn4. allf f.r K.I.I.H. gainui o4 Uolitabore, cw. ssTi He. ttt . ... . . , . . Ornt,r.s eatinoctleg wun mIs Its , . . .irmie. doi (tor in an bouii. .1m IAb..i ni Knsill i'uiiawa t h rsr h.n-11.4 iwe traiii: - T.tTOjfcT4 5 f f, . I ' J trit?fo2U&tt2'SgL 1 ;' tunie. mtit.rn iu... , au,. an. . Il.a . pB la. ... ..a .a. . ?-. ata. Ir A.h...i;"ivui; S3 ,! M.mnhla, I a. a. , a m- . s.j We. Ill srrlvse Dtirhaa, ; .w ept sunila. frma Rleh mum. t.j . Ma.M all oo.l li.ro.siat. 'V ' . ... a.. - ' ' !'.' "."V ii-rsv.ua, Slop. II 44 p. m. rte. 1ST "'."'' trsvlu"' ltTa-7 local Im.rmeHl.t. .torn. t,Jpa Ktf'"" Ker.vflt. UtJe. 14 hS h b..n MixM i !. i K.rsvlue' e4 l.nl.rs, N. , S4M IimIi 0.fel3P ,b ,9,,- RlehZ!.V!-i 1? Wt K'nmnd ane M ..!, an N,. nl . 1.4 111 p.,-,. K.viviii. eM nir- h.m dUp-onllnu-al anj Mimnn .in Jit be li-MN I ...".r.rT.Xft tr.lM Una. i and st bliwm ' ill. heeler an ICx.lu H. T f ,ila tea fojowln nihr haa.e mm llLVl mot, 1,1.!.,, r ir".! LppTI1 L -i r ' " ! stet st a.. R.rrlft and Rurkevl II. an lunmmr mtZZm " I rlm. mm., at K-Vllfe le eCh2?R K.,:.ui. VX IBviJle fimml .r'f fu-iW lnrrmatlea esM rS aae auih.ra Satlway tk.,t sl" Vf !' .r . J. tX JOKHJt 0n, I'in. A aent. 1-p.. A PPlwaal n.a.A " K?inu,'!p.Ji f elfw St K.Mrvill. from , f blc Imv4 t '.' 'on. t, C. Kr Wfc L ? v., ii.'Jt ti4 a I tasen i bav to look pleant." ' like (be combination? . TO'