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.DURHAM RECORDER, DURHAM N. C. TUESDAY, MAY 21911. mil riioiiH fcrbsri's Fleet Essner. Fainted Kesr Fislshtag Line TEf.!PLETOri V70n CONTEST Splendid Kan ot Captain, (lark, of ? Durham tian.T. M. C. A. Team, Who Won I MNt Year, Had I'ailietle Finish When Jl Lost Jlls sireujrlh and . Swooned. .Charlotte, Mar 1. When victory was almost within hit grasp, W. D. Clark, captain of the Durham Sun-Y. M. C, A. Marathon team, fainted wKhln four blocks at the finishing line ill the big rae held here -Saturday afternoon tor the Inters'ate champion' hli. Mr. Chirk had stated that he would try to break the recofd for the state now held , by him, and It Is' thought that hi endeavor to sot a new record was more-than hi s'rengto would penult a4 caused the unfortu nate accident.'' " From the beginning the elg it-mile race was exciting. ' Viewed by hun dreds of spectators, -the run was made under Ideal weather conditions and, fes.'urcd by close rivalry tor individual honors, the victory.' wlritll was so nobly, won, belongs to the Charlotte team, whkb derated Durham and 8tatsville by an easy margin, the final score being. Charlotte 27: Dur ham 8, aid SUtesville 3. Charlotte's score may be lowered one point and Durham's raised to will bo decided tonight, when the claim of one chal lenged runner la beard. An hie Tcmpleton. one of Char lOUe's b"t all-round young athletes. Is the hero or Saturday's trial of strength, pluck and endurance. At 3:31 bis sturdy form forged across the flntsb wire, winning for his brow the .uurel wreatfc of conquest. He achieved the eight miles In S3 min ute and 7 seconds, Si-cond place was won by James W. Godwin, of Char lotte, In &'; 1-2; third, Raymond Hood, of rharlott, 55: 22 1-2 (dis puted) : four h., J. A! White, of Dur ham. 6:20 1-2; fifth.' Audrey Alexan der, of Charlotte. 57:29; sixth, R. K. Itarnea, of Charlotte,' M:65 1-2; seventh, RW. IJablngton. of Char loite, Si:.; eighth, Thomas Ander son, of ti-stlllp. 9:20 1-4; ninth. John W. Jkhwelgfr. of Charlotte; tenth, W. L Catea. ff lwrham. Medal Winner. Archie Temulfton. Inner of 'Jf big itaraJbon. wilt receive g Bedal. Jlialb Crowefl, who won tk Junior race of two miles' length, will also rerHvt' a gold medal. He made the distance In 12:37 minute. Joe Dour won the silver lal fr second plaoe In ,t!ie Junior race; Clyde gtrarus 1hlrd; Clarence Hlrbards fourth, while the rlftl. Me between Karl Stephen sod Ilaruhl King. According to the conditions of he senior race, large pennant will be awardi-d to the tram scoring the largest number of points, only the first three nun Iniesrb srealloi being allowed to score points. The msn who flnlehrd first won 10 points for bis ' team second, ; third, I, fourth, ; Bf h. I; sixth. Hi seventh, 4; eighth, 3; niiiib. , and tenth, 1. The score, therefore, stands. Charlotte, 27; Dur ham, a. and Statesvtlla, 3. Anderson, of su'i!!le, on shorn high hopes were baaed by the cil Ileus of lred II. sf veral of whom were here a ajw thiors, did not find the hard macadam road ss congenial as the sorter dirt roads on whkb he has been making bis long distance records, he hard road producing a sensation of numb, ueas which was not anticipated. Ht . stood the rac well, however, and was la excellent condition at Its close. Templelon. whose ronstttuitos lof steel. seemed as fresh at the close as st the beginning. A splendid run by W. I. CUV. of Durham, who won the Mara bon at Durham last year, bad pathetic flnUn. As the procession of runners rmerged from the 8bjard subwsy and proceeded up Kortb Tron,sirerl Clark was sllgttly In the lead. Templetim waa next and was pushing blm close, putting on faster spurt of speed, for the finish only sbnul fir lik-cks Ssy. At the Intersection .f Kighth and Tryon ths feet of the Durham runner bocsme unsteady. As Trmpbton paw-d htm with steady Stride, the last vestige, of Strength ootd cut of the tall facers body snd. Her swsylng this way and ha, be Ml prrms In the street In swoon. H was at once given attention snd CarrM to the Y. M. C. A. building In an automobile, accompanied by ft physician. ttksl M. I'asl kasws. The Florida Tlmes-fnlon has brought out a poetic aenlus nsmed fyhiey CUrk Haky nd wounds his . fralw to the skies. We are In doubt ' about this. In bis March In Hum mock, which Is bis masterpiece, he nuke "Thais' rhyme with "day Is." which relegates bun In the poetical biwwBws.-Ht, Paul Dispatch. , Xt the l.tinrb I'ssater. Said w bald-headed Bian to waitress bold: here.' young woman, my cocoa's cold!- Wia srt.rtifuily answered: "I cwnt help that, ' , U tha blumed thing's chilly, put on ynilf bat: Juclese Msniide. THE REGOHDER PATTERNS 8032. A New and Attractive Frock For oMther'a Girl. '. Girl's dress, with Gibsm tucks: with or without waist pannel and with" full length or shorter sleeves. rlaln gingham in pretty tones of blue and brown was used for this design, which is also effective In percale, linen, challle, lawn or cash mere. The skirt may be plaited or gathered and the waist fldished with a Dutch neck edge or with a collar, The pattern Is uit in S sizes: , 8, 10, 12 and 14 years. It re quires 4 1-4 yard of 27 Inch mate rial for the 8 year sire. . , , A pattern of this Illustration mail ed fb any addresa ou receipt of 10c In sliver or stamps. t - Nsm , .- Street Town . ' Bute .. ' Sixs No. F11 out the above blank, en- 4 4 closing ten cents in sumps or coin, and mall to the ileauty 1'al- 4 tern company, 11S8 Fulton street, Brooklyn. X. Y, Dept. I). Snobbery Baaipaal. Dr. David JayneHIH's resignation aa ambassador.' to Germany comes soon after a very disagreeable ' social squabble In which be and bla wife be came involved, and It Is rumored that this row may have had something to do with bis resignation. Two American college professors went ta Berlin to deliver lectures. Their wives accompanied them. Also the aotial ambitions of their wives. A court ball was to be gtren. It wss" not customary to Invite visitors of the particular standing of the American profe&rors and their wives, but tentative ' Jn nations Were ob tained for them. Then these were withdrawn. ' I ' Rut one of. the women bad pus chased a magnificent gown and she brought pressure to bear on the Hills, that she might be sble to exhibit It at the ball. Then the husband of the other visiting American woman en' gaged In a row with bis brother pro fessor over the Incident and It became decidedly International In , character. This tnsy not be a faiihfur recital of all the details of the tragedy, but It contains the chief facta and shows the great odda against which an am bassador work at all times. It emphasises the neeeaalty for divorcing social snd dlplomstlc matters as much as possible, that the government may not b forced to become a par'y to women s fights. . 8UII It Is unjust to chsrgt, women alone with the snobbery which Is so disgusting when revealed In govern mental circles. The recent episode at Annapolis, when Miss Reers, the daughter of a Tale professor, was barred from Naval academy daftces because she was employed aa a gov erness In a naval officer's family, la so nauseating that the sanitay of off! cers who would permit such action may well be queatloned. Surely t'ncle Sam tin not afford to overlook such an unwarranted Insult to reputable young woman because she wss honorsbty employed ss s'nov erness In the family of an officer whose wife was her close personal friend Nashville Tenneesean. Railroad (lerk Dlwpeis. Wilmington. T. I). Taylor, clerk at the freight depot of the Seaboard Air Line In this city, mys teriously disappeared Thursday night and efforta to lenate him have been fruit Icon. Ills wife Is In New York on visit to relatives. Taylor rsme here from Florida, where he wss formeryl connected with a rail road. Ilia health became very bad In FUrlda and for time he bad to stop work. The police department was today asked to make an effort to find the missing man. He Is about iU years of sge. I'aiil gv Duty on llare-m piklrta. Catherine Cameron, who boasted when she stepped ashore from the steamer Minnehaha yesterdsy that she wss the first, woman to wear harem skirt In.the streets of London earned for herself further distinction of being the first woman to be' held up by the customs Inspectors and asked te pay duty on three harem skirts she had brought with her. . After a little objection, she paid the I "0 duty and the skirts rsme In. New ork American. n f, LITTLE riCKHTS THAT COXCEBIf W0BKIS6 PEOPLE. v ' A,' state law recently passed In Colorado prohibits corporations from mportlng labor In case of strikes. It is expected that about 1500 union carpenters will go on strike in Los Angeles. .. " The ordlrfary laborer In. the Amoy section of the Chinese empire re ceives a' wage equivalent to about S cents United States currency a day. The unorganized seamen in New York City are coming into the union fast, and a demand for better condi tions will be made this spring. The international Association of steam, hot water and power pipe fit ters and helpers will bold its annual convention at Cincinnati, June 5. The Oregon legislature recently sged a law- compelling manufact urers of convict-made goods to place labels on all such goods sold in Ore gon, In proportion to its population France has more persons employed in the production of dress than any other of the eight principal coun tries of the world. The Chicago furniture and express. men's association has" yielded to the demands of the baggage and parcel delivery drivers for $16 at week, an advance of 1.00. Minneapolis, Minn., plasterers de mand a raise from )5 to $5.60 for eight hours to become effective May first. It Is said that ninety per cent of the men are In the union. President Taft haa tentatively ac cepted an Invitation to address the tenth bi-ennial convention stot the brotherhood of railway' trainmen at Harrlsburg, Pa., on Sunday, May M. The northwest council of carpen ters, which is soon to meet In annual session, will represent about 37,000 members who are members of unions In Oregon, Washington; Idaho, Mon tana and British Columbia. , ..i .,i. in .h- .,,. uiohi.Lcourse from second ro nrsi, ana gan in 1909 waa 81,930. In 1910 the number Increased to 89,472 and in that period the average wages of the workers increased from $1.99 to 12.04 per day. . . . Standards established by the sugar planters and other employers of Jabor in the Hawaiian Islands arc so low and the wages paid so small ss to re duce the laborers practically to a state Of peonage and to d.aoourage the Americanization of the Islands. if i , TYVK8 OF WIFM. It may interest oar correspondent to knowfor example,, that, we have reduced all wives to 28 types.- Some of these are: . The nagger (under this head are bioade and brunette naggers, plain. fancy and complex.) The highbrow (tbla Includes all In tellectual types plain, fancy, neuro tic, musical, artistic, hero worship pers, long and short hair, etc.) The bugger (under this besd are kissers, squeezers, baldhead smack ers, dingers, strangle-boldcrs, weep ers and . you-dou't-love-any-niore signers.) The gadders (shoppers, neighbor. hood visitors, drag-you-outera, etc.) " The tretter (always-looklng-on-the-dark-slders,' brooders, trouble- mongers, wan smllers, worriers, etc.) The clothes horse (all types of dressers, hobble sklrters, lingerie cravers, spenders, get-lnto-debters. etc.) Tbe ueen (this type Includes all extremes between the minimum of Intellect and rfisxiraum of good looks the kind that looks well on parade, but useless for any other purpose. Domlnatora (want-everything-her- own-way type, servant dlspellerr. latch key controllers, furniture mov era. etc.) Homers (Including all domesttc styles, knitters, crocheters, sock darners, feet soskers, red flannel fiends, doctor compellers, etc.) The doubter (all victims of Jeal onsy, trap layers, stir watchers, re- proarhers, letter openers, eye search ers, etc.) Tbe good, sport (bridge players, rlgsretters, race trackers, blfucators. golfers, Wall atreet flyers, etc.) The torn bst oner (all Invalids, sanl tarlum devotees, temperature takers, grow worser, no hopes, fall facers, chronic, tea gowners. etc.) Life. It Ty OLD ORCHARD. In orchard aisles soft winds are shak- Ityfc WMTeblossoms down In scented snow. " Gold-belted bees the buds are waking. And glimmering wings flash to and fro, : . . Brown choristers are fluting, shrilling- Of youth and love and Joy they sing. And every puis in me Is thrilling ' To the glad symphony of spring. A tender sky above us beaming, All greennd gold the orchard way. Pain drifts of bloom around us ttrain. Ah, heaven seemed very near that ' ' day , For you were near, your dark eyes shining. That day of days, heart spoke to heart "if youtn nut anew." on, vsin re pining. We only met sgaln to part. What sent my errant fancy winging To that old orchard of the, west. Again to bear the wild birds singing Among the boughs she loved the best? . What is U set my old heart thrilling With youth' and love and spring sgslnf . A bank of apple blossoms filling A city florist's fclndow-psne. Ernest Delsncey Plerson, iiiiirnn WIUtlEH AT HOME DefeaieJ CiIIIod Saturday In SlawGame IDXElitlE III NINTH By Score of if to 1 Visitors Lose to Local College Team .in: lu First .' t ' f I! - Contest Vpon Returning From - , " , Southern Tour Fast IVork of , ! . . ': 't".' ' ' Henderson at First Was Feature- In a slow and lop-sided game, the first that A as been played on the florae grounds Bince the 'southern trip,. Trinity defeated Hamilton by the score of 11 to 1, Saturday after noon". The affair was featureless, unless the fast work of Henderson around the first sack be mentioned, and to this might be added the usual comment on Cooper'a speedy base running. It looked like a walk-over from the very first. In the visitors' half of the Initial round they demon strated to the entire satisfaction of the bleachers the fact that they eould not touch Sam Gantt's bend ers, while In the second half Foushee started the fun by singling through secondhand then pilfering that sack, two-bagger' by Thompson, after Cooper and Bundy were but. In the second the Hamlltonlans again were unable to connect. They also seemed to be unable to force the sohere to remain In a direct alter nenaersoa aan grouaueu uui. Anderson was safe on a wild throw of Manion. Maddox grounded out to second. Sam Gantt then laid down a pretty bunt toward the same locality and on another error Ander son scored. Bases were filled by Foushee being rife on an error by the catcher and Bundy's single.- In hla usual style. Cooper placed down an infield hit scoring Foushee and Gantt. Thompson in turned scored Bundy ' and "' Cooper with ; a slashing three-baeeer to center. The excite ment bffame allayed when West fanned and retired the sMe. Not until the fifth did the third and final aacenalon of the visitors take place, tbls time accompanied by inree tallies on lue Jri ui iu locals. Henderson began the cere- rrrohles. by singling through. second Foushee, who was put in to run for blm, stole second, scoring on an other error by second, which at the same time allowed Anderson to .be safe on first Stealing second again Anderson added snother tally when Allen made a wild throw of Mad- dox's grounder. Maddox crossed tbe plate on single by Gantt, and the scoring waa ended for the borne team,, as, Foushee, Bundy .and Thompson failed to get on. '- Hamilton made their lone run In the ninth. Knox got a two-bagger, advanced to third on Root's single, and scored on M anion's long fly to right which Anderson failed to get to the plate In time to cut him off Gould retired the side and ended tbe contest by vainly swinging the stick across the plate three times In suc cession. 8core: R. H. -S. Trinity . .150 030 00 11 14 1 Hamilton 000 V'"0 001 I S 6 Batteries: S. Gantt and Maddox; Royce and Mitche'.i. . Summary: Struck out' by Gantt "yby Royce.'' 4. Stolen bases. Trin ity, 8. Bases on balls, off Royce, 1. Hits, Foushee, Thompson, 3; Bundy. 2; Cooper, 3; Maddox, West, Ani derson, Gantt, Henderson, 'Mitchell, Root, 2; Manion, Knox. Two-base bits, - Anderson, West Thompson, Knox. Three-bsse hits, Thompson. Time, l:iJ. Umpire, Spruce. Seblest f Toeatlns. , Who thinks f air as , a priceless posseaiionT v And . of motherhood, equally sll-pervading. It Is the same. It requires a philosophical mind to appreciate the common things at their real worth. Tbe youth knows that to hla mother be owes bis being and that tbe precepts she bus tried to Instill In him are right and sound. In a per functory way he makes acknowledg ment but responsive to the fire and strength of. young manhood, he feels that he is the master of bis own des tiny, i It Is not Until he hss reached mid dle age and has tasted the defeats snd undergone the dlelllusfcromsnts of life that he begins to see that all the good be has done and all the real success he hss achieved Is due to his mother. Wbea his bslr begins to whiten he can trace through bis life the effects of the admonitions she gave him when he wss child and the habits of obe dience, honesty and truthfulness, she patiently tried to Inculcate, He ran see that wherever he fell short of at he should hsve been be went contrsry to her teachings. Men, snd wtnnrn, , too, are what their mothers make them. Tbe ex ceptions are so few tht ' they but prove the rule. And what vocation can compare In nobility, worth and elevation with the making of men and women. Reside this colossal, eternal fact, tbe reaching out after preiloua things, when It Involves the surtsnder of this high esiate'seems strsnge, Indeed. Cleveland Leader. After all, the public health laws tourh the public more closely thsn ny other kind, SALIOSMAX WANTED to look after our interest In Durham and adja . cent counties. Salary or'Commls ' slon. Address The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland. O, ' ' 28-8 . R. t. HOAVERTOX St BOX Funeral Directors and Embalmers Office and Show Room 816 Mangum i ' Street ,v . . Phone 197 Night or Day Service GBEATLY REDUCED BATES Annual Reunion U. C. Y Little Bock, Ark May lSth-lSth. Norfolk Southern Bailroad will sell tickets to Little Rock' May 13, 14 and 15, via Raleigh or Qoldsboro. - Following are the round-trip fares from Doiati indicated. . .', Beaufort N. C ..........122.95 Bayboro, N. C. 22.35 Elizabeth City, N. C. . . .'. 22.70 Washington, N. C 22.05 New Bern, N. C 22.05 Reduced rates In same proportion from all stations on Norfolk Southern railroad. ' ' Final limit May 23d, unless tickets extended by deposit at Little Rock. For complete Information apply to any ticket agent or address, W. W. CROXTCN, G. P. A., Norfolk. Va. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Very Lew Bound-trip Rates to Jack sonville, FIa and Return, Account Southern Baptist Convention, May 17th.23d, 191L ' The Southern Railway announces the sale of low round-trip tickets for the above occasion as follows: From . Raleigh .. $15.75 Durham , 15.75 Goldsboro .. , 18.50 licaets win also be on sale on same basis from all other stations. Dates of sale May 14th to 17th. Inclusive. Final return limit to reach original starting point, not later than midnight of Mar 31st 1911, or by depositing ticket with special agent at Jackson ville and paying a fee of $1, final limit may be extended to reach origi nal starting point not later than mid night of June 30th, 1911. For Pullman reservations, alse In formation, as to rates, etc., call on your agent or address the under signed. J. O. JONES. Traveling Passenger Agent Raleigh, X. C. M. H. SCHELL, ' , CKy Ticket Agent Raleigh, X. C S01TBERX RAILWAY Cheap Excursion Bates to Little Beck, t Ark. and net era. Account Annual Reanma United Confederate Vet erans, May lilh-lsth, 191L . For the above occasion the Southern Railway announces the sale of very low round-trip tickets as follows: From Raleigh .. $19.90 Durham 19.40 Burlington .. 18.75 Oxford .. ..' 20.05 Selma 20.45 Goldsboro , 20.85 Proportionately low rates from all other atationa. Tickets will be on sale May 13th, 14th and 1.1th. with final return limit to reach original starting point not later than midnight or May 23d. Extension of final limit can be se cured, making ticket good to reach original starting point not later than June 14th, 1911. by depositing same with special agent and paying a fee of 50 cents. Southern Railway will operate through Pullman sleeping car Raleigh to Little Rock. Car to leave Raleigh at 4:05 p. m.,' Sunday, May 14th. For Information aa to rates, sched ules, Pullman reservations, etc, ad dress the undersigned. J. O. JONES. Traveling Pasaenger Agent Raleigh, X. C M. H. SCHELL, ' ' City Ticket Agent Raleigh, N. C. SOUTHERN RAILWAY Direct Line to all Points SORTH, SOUTH, EAST, WEST. Tery Lew Bossd-Tiip Rate to AO Principal Beserts. Through Pullman to Atlanta leaves Raleigh 4:05 p. m., arrives Atlanta 1:25 a. tn, making close connection tor and arriving Montgomery follow Ing day after leaving Raleigh, 11 a. m.; Mobile, 4:12 p. m.; New Orleans, 8:30 p. m.; Birmingham, 12:15, noon; Mem phis, 8:05 p. m.; Kansas City, 11:20 a. m., second day, and connecting for all other points. This car also makes close connection at Salisbury for St Louis and other western points. Through Pullmsn to Washington leaves Raleigh y:50 p. m arrives Washington 8:50 V in.; Baltimore, 10:02 a. m.; Philadelphia, 12:23, noon; New York, 2:31 p. m. Tbls car makes close connection at Washington for Pittsburg, Chicago and all points north and west and at Greensboro for through tourist sleeper for California points and for all Florida points. Through parlor car for Ashevil e leaves Goldsboro at 8:45 a. m.; Ra leigh, 8:33 a. m.; arrives Ashevllle 7:40 p. m., making rlose connection with ths Carolina special and arriv ing Cincinnati 10 a. m. following day after leaving Raleigh, with closs con nectlon tor all points north and north west Pullman for Wlnston-8alern leaves Raleigh 2:30 a. m., arrives Greensbo-o C:30 a. m., making close connection at Greensboro for all points North, South, East and West This csr Is hsndled on train 111, leaving Golds noro at 10:45 p. m. It you desire any Information, please write or call. We art here to fur nish Information as well as to tell tickets. I. 0. JONES, T. P. A, liS Fayettevllls St, Raleigh, N. C H. F. GARY, O. P. A, Wssalagtca, D. C SOUTHERN BAPTIST CON VENTION Jacksonville, Fla, MAY 17- 23, 1911 SPECIAL EXCURSIOX FARES via Seaboard Air Line Ry. Account the above occasion the Seaboard Air Line Railway has au thorized exceptionally low round trip rates from all stations on Its lines to Jacksonville, Fla. Tickets will be on sale from May 14th to 17th In culsive bearing final return limit un til May 31st The Seaboard Is the quickest, shortest and most' direct route to Florida, affording excellent service, through coaches, electric lighted Pullman Sleepers, unexcelled dining car service. For rates, schedules, etc.,' apply to your local agent or address the undersigned- t H. S. LEARD, Division Passenger Ag jnt .. Raleigh. N. C. Nervous "I was very nervous," writes Mrs. Mollie Mirse. of Carrsville, Ky, "had palpitation of the heart, and was irregular. "On the advice of Mrs. Hattie Cain I took 2 bot tles of Cardul and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. - "1 am 44 years old and the change has not . left me. but 1 am lots better U since taking Cardul." , BS4 ,Tha Woman's Tonlcl Cardul Is advertised and sold by its loving friends. The lady who advised Mrs. Mirse to take CarduL had herself been cured of serious female trouble, by Cardui, so she knew what Cardul would da If , Cardui cured Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Mirse. it surely will cure you to. Won't you try it?. -. Please da , DURHAM & SOUTHERN RAILWAY KmmouiM nr evtect jam. s. uu I9UTH BOVN9 ' , ivo. . I.tliis M I t. am S:07aa I tiaa .. I 4Sa ,. I (.am ll:luam ..11:16am ..11 .0am 1 tpm 90. 41 Lv, Durham .. " East Durham " ... " Togo .1. .. CirntntH t:IOn s:Slpa S:17pa S:ilpa 41pa 4:10pn 4;5pn 4:40pm iti,m i:.pn :Up :11pm l:4(pm I 17, a 4pn llipn J0a Vpchureti p , Apl . . . Holly Springs Ar. Lv. - WIlDoa. " Vartna... M ....11:10pm Z A"-1?' . l Pn " Barclay-Ills . .. 1:11pm Coats ...... .. l:3lpm " Turlington .. 1:46pm " Duk .. .. M 1:16pm At. Duna.. M .. I:t0pa. . H9RTB BOUND , Ht, Lv, Bubs I 40am No. 8 l:40aa :10am 1:4 lain I:l6aa lS:16aa 14:IOaa ll:00aui 11:10am 11:60am 11 10pm lllopa H46pa 1166pm 1:16pm l:ltpa 1 60pm 1:40pm - uutf .. .. " Turllngtea M " Coal a ...... " Barctarvll . " Anglar .. Varlna . .-. wtlbon .. " Boiir prtags Ar. Apas .. .. Lv. Apas .. " Fpchurch " Carpaatet ... " Toge .. Oyama ... " Eaat Durha-a Ar. Durham .. .. I 61am . I Slam I 1 .am M I ttam 1 :40am ..l0am ..Itoiam ..lSlSam Hlt:ta ..11:00am ' ..11:10am -11 Ham mIIKii. ..1147am ..11 44 ra ..II 10nm CONNECTIONS Vo. II snakae eoonaetiee at Apes with Seaboard Air Lloa No. tl (or Ra Iflfh. Norfolk, Hlchmoad, Waahlngtaa. Baittmora, IlilUdolphla. New Tor a aril alt Northara points; ana with Ralalgb 4k Routhport train No. 14 tar Durham, No. 41 makes eonnact'.oa at Apai wtia B aboard Air Line No. 41 for Ban ford, rinehurst. Southern Ptoaa. Kara let. Charlotte. Kocklacbam, Athana, Atlanta, Blrretct ham, Monticomorr and aU points tn tha Wast and South. weat; Columbia. Savannah. Jack en villa, Tamoa and aU oolnta la Florida. EST SCBRDt'IK OI T OS DCRBAtl TO THS SO ITU AU tickets ar aotd by this eempaat and accepted by the paearnfer wits tha undrraiandlng that this company will not be liable for failure to run lis trains on schedule time, or for any uch dolaya as may be Incident to then operation. Care te esercleed to give cor. vert time ef connecting lines, but this company la sot responsible tot errors or omissions. SO SCffDAY .! Aet. 0an. Pan. Art. Sol. Paaa. Art OFMERAL orriCIA DSRHAM. N. -"lama! la. Why Don't you open checkln account, and pay your blHi by cfaeckt Ws v ; . - , - . -. . aa, Arc prepared to glvs you tho best of service, and we can belp You irben ths collector presents the bill you paid last month tod (ailed to glvs you credit tor. Tou bars been 1 Careless? and mislaid ths receipt. If you had paid by chock you would have him "dead lure," (or the cancelled i-beck or our record! would bear you out The Citizens OP 1)1 RH AM, X. C. f B. If. DUKE, rresldeat. . T. B. riXLKIt, Vke-rmMest, , i. B. MASO, Caahlcr. . ITIl.LTHZCOUGt11 lA:oCUnETKSLU:;C3l 9UAttANTUO SATSFACTOar Off filONEY fE run DEP. 1911 mm f9ii HILL'S - ' , , Southern Almanacs are , ready. Fries by mall 7 cents '' Hill Directory Co. 823 Mutual BIdg. Elehinond, Ta. For Sale 100 Bushels ' Improved j WhippoorwillPeaS' J. Sid Perry . Next Door Sua.4 Office SBaHaVmlH i ..!. tFFECTIVB OCTOBER 0, WIO.'. P. M.tA. M. P. W.!A. M. 7.001 Lv. Durham Ar. j.io il l 7.64 i..ia 1.54 111 4.43 7.4 S '4.15 IIS.1S 7.13 1.25 1.40 S.15 L,v. Koxooro iiv. Lv. So Boston Lv. S.08 .21 Lv. Houston Lv. Ar. Lynoub'g; Lv. 11.30 11.55 P. M.A. M.) IP.M.IA.U. Dally. U Dally except Sunday. Connects at Lynchburr with through trains for Cincinnati. Columbus and points west, and for Norfolk and Rich. mond. Pullman Sleepers, Parlor Cars, Dinlna Cars. , All inquiries as to routes, rates, eta, promptly answered,--W. B. BEVILL, .. tt r. BHAGO. ',i Go a. Pass. Act. . 7rav. Pass. Agt , ' Roanoka, Va. Roanoke, Va. - R. U. TALIAFERRO. Agent. Durham, N. C : Hie Health I Yourself and Family Pope's Herb Is prepared to provide s dependable - household remedy, based upon tbe principle of purity of blood Insuring freedom from disease. It la a medicine for maladies such as, Rehu matism. Liver Complaints; Constipa tion, Fever and Ague, Female Disor. ders, Indigestion. . Lumbago, Kidney.,. Derangements, Catarrh, Sick and Ner- ' vous Headaches, loss of Appetite and ail ailments arising from inactivity of tbe Liver and Kidneys. ' It Is purely Herbs, Barks and Roots Compound. It Is put tip In chocolate coated Tablets pleasing and easy te take, (or can be dissolved In water.) Mrs. J. C ateade, ef HyatUviUe. atd,. says: "For years I have suffered with Backache. Headaches, Neuralgia snd Nervousness and extreme Fatigue, I tried many remedies without relief. Four months aao a grateful friend In ' dufed me to write to Pope liedtclne Co. Washington, D. C tor a bos of Pope's Herb Compound Tablets, the very first dose of two tablets gave mo relief. 1 used not quit H.00 bos and I am entirely cured of the pain In my. bark and have no more headache." Dr. J. V. Henneaey, a prominent Phy sician and .burgeon of Albany, N. Y, la part eays: "As a blood purifier. Liver, Kidney and System regulator I prescribe I'oi.e Medicine Co.'a. of Washington, D, C, Herb Compound, as I have done for the Kst IS years, and I have found It to a great remedy, which seldom If ever falls. There are thousands of let ters from Users of Pope's Herbs, that have been benefitted and cured by tta proper use. Pope's Herb Compound Tablets are put up 100 tn a box, "l months' treatment." and will be sent postpaid on receipt of I1.9S. Each bos contains a printed suarantee hlndlnc us to refund the purchase price if the remedy fails to benefit, also full di reel Ions. Guaranteed by the Pftpe Medicine Co.. Inc., under the Pure Food and Drug Act. June it. 1904, No. 149.41 Fee tervaa te ageats ta ja set spied territory aa areas POPEMEDiaNECOKC. Paye alldlas, Wtwhlactoa, D. & 1 S) National Bank Prttccft :1 ; it i - . i f I V. ! 4 4 , 1 t . I -1 i j 1 '.it .is a f i.