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DURHAM, RECORDER, DURHAM, N. C,
PAGE EIGIIT HEWS NOTES OF 111 Another Insurance Ornipany. IUleiRh. The Clobe Indemnity Company,' of New York, has filed v. ith the state department of Insur-I'Ui-e application for license to do business In this state. tiota Damage for Mental Anguish. Smithfield. Johnston superior court was. adjqurned Friday after noon. It. D. Chris'tmon and wife won suit against the Postal Tele-Ri-aph Company for mental anguish, Jury Riving plaintiff Jl.tfuO, ' Pool Totiacco Crop. 'inston-Salem. A resolution pro vidinK for the pooling of their 1911 rtp of tobacco, was adopted hy the Stokca county farmers union at Dail foury Saturday. A large dry houss to tie used hy the union, -is Hearing coripletion at Walnnt Cove. nlennMl to Klectrlc Chair. " WilliamsTfin. As a result of the nerdk't of the Jury in the case of Itrg'l Raif'ey, the negro who shot and I. Wed Chief of Police White on Au-(ne hurt hinl8eiff M no one saw Attempted to Burn House. Raleigh. Arthur G. Olmstead, who has been separated from his wife tor' the past six months, is held for the superior court to answer the charge of attempting to burn the dwelling of J. T. Itoss, in Idlewild, where Mrs. Olmstead la 'making her home. Olmstead .had threatened to burn the place or have other re venge, Dundles of Hghtwood and kerosene were used in starting the Are. ' ' ' , Wake Forest Has 403 Students. Wake Forest. The total enroll ment of students of Wake Forest College stands at 40!. It will be re membered that this number was never reached before until last year and even then, not until the spring term. Reaching the 400 mark so early in the year thus indicates a de cided increase in the number of stu dents. This number will be even greater for students continue to arrive. "' pust 15, after being out more than o hour,, Pagley .will tuday be sen tenced to the, electric chair. The trial consumed more than two days. Boy Lows Kye Playing With Knife. Greensboro. Saunders Ogbura, the 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ogburn, met with an accident Friday afternoon, which resulted in the loss of one of his eyes. The little fellow was on a visit to his grandparents at Summerfield. He was playing In the barn and picked up a large knife used for cutting corn. It was not known exactly how it. Owner for Marine Railuay. Raleigh. The Wilmington la rine Railway Company, of Wilmlng ton, is chartered with $100,000 capl tai autboriE.'., and $15,000 subscrib re by R. R Stone, B. O. Stone. K who ,M trie,,',,, tnls clty last week i under general eourtmartlal, charged but in some manner the knife struck him in the face and cut through one of his eyes. Captain lenders Exonerated. Wilmington A telegram receiv ed at Fort Caswell, from the division commander, United States army, gives the information that Captain L. L. Landers, coast artillery corps. P. Bailey and others for maintaining a marine railway, dry docks, stor age warehouse, wharves and docks. Dr. rerrell President Raleigh Dr. John A. Ferrell has r turn-d from Nashville, Tenu, where fc attended the Southern conference .f hookworm forces. In recognition f !r. Ferrell's work in North Caro lina, he was choan president The next meeting will be held at Little K-xk. with having exceeded his authority in detu'rlng a civilian at the post of which be was in temporary com mand because of the cittten's viola tion of the captain's orders with ref- erence to the sale of produce on the reservation, has been acquitted Injured In BclUiigt May Pie. LenoHr Wednesday mornlug, while attempting to put a belt on an over head pulley iu the card-room of the Lenoir cotton mill, a young man by the name of George Richards was the victim of a serious accident. In some manner the youug man became en tangled In the belting and was thrown around the shafting, his body striking the celling with great force, and when he fell to the floor he struck his head on a machine or can. fracturing his skull. His head also struck the floor. His almost, lifeless form was imme diately removed to bis home and medi cal attention quickly summoned. Ou the arrival of a physician it was found the' young man hail his right arm broken in three places, in addition to the injuries mentioned. Chances are against hia recovery. Utile iirl Ihea from Injuries. Raleigh As the result of injuries n-ceived ben she stepped backward ari l 1 II intoa dlsbpan full of boiling a-f Tuesday afternoon, little Haiel Fesa4 Dead en Railroad Track, Hendersonville Found dead on the Southern railway tracks. Will Fletch er, colored, J4 years old may have j been murde'ed, and Charley Under wood is held as principal witness in this latest Hendeteoa county tragedy. The man was found Thursday morn ing. Coroner Kirk and Sheriff Black- Kcrto& ?he 1 9-montn-old daughter) ... . .. , ! Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Eaerton, died j WI th'r ,r UB Fridaj afternoon and ' the remains i ot man cor' were taken to Siulttneld tor inter-! on''r vin aIt th' of th; mi'iein ofiore expressing a aonniie j opinion as to the cause of death. The f inquest will be hold cn Saturday. lix r.aHlner Dead, Afed H.gh Pule: A. C Prim has received of tie dra:l '4 ate gTandmotber. Ht. RaUs. ClUa.ore. of Davidson r tu:r. hies occurred at her home at Silver Htil Wednesday at the ad-zn-ti ag of 101 years. She was the Jwt re-ud'Tit of the county and was a kiioca tarcugbov' that section as a t' a.cra: i Christian woman. Tri-d to Shoot Up Train. ' Wake Forest. Jesse Thomas, a negro, was tried today on the charge of trying to shoot up the "Shoofly" jat Mil brook, six miles from Raleigh Jate Saturday evening, and found guilty. Merely for the sake of see icg his colored brethren scatter,' he jdrew" a pistol and began to shoot IWsiag iwiin frf Mn Market. jmmtoMiouIr. The train was slow- Raligh. Tfca chamtr of coni-i,n awn toT ,Be tio, n1 tD 60 rt and the V.'ake County rrm-? the cf, mf out of ... 'the tmlna n' fell r1f in an mi er i ttion are csscussmg lae re-i . ; iu riij, uu uue as pun. luc- ttor Matthews and his porter and The Real "Old tireuch. Th,-re is in Waahlngton an old "grouch" whose son was graduated from Vale. When the young man came home at the end of his first term he exulted In the fact that ho stood next to the bead of the class. But the old gentleman was not satisfied. "Next to the head!" he exclaimed. "What do you mean? I'd like to know what you think I'm sending you to college for. Next to the head! Why aren't you at the head, where you ought to be?" At this the son was much crestfal len; but upon his return he went about bhs work with such ambition that at the end of the term he found himself in the coveted place. When he went home that year he fult very proud. It would be great news tor the old man. When the announcepient was made that father contemplated his son tor a few minutes in silence. Then, with a shrug, he remarked: "At the head of the class, eh? Well, that's a fine commentary on Yale Uni versity!" -LIppineott's. Has Millions of Friends. How would you like to number your friends by millions as Huck en's Arnica Salve does? Its as tounding circs in the past forty ears made them. Its the best Salve in the world for sores, scalds, ruts, corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings bruises, cold sores. Has no equal for piles. 25c at R. BlaCknall it Son's. imaginary and real, for the de- Pf"- LurkI'y n r:.:-e of the Ra'eUh cotton market.!' rrestcd by Cond .;h the otjf-n of placing this city tm i't former fooling. Time was fcm this city was one of the best cartel la the country and it is pro-ptrnt-d to piare it oh Its former plane. I lr ( (Htoa Meamer. WilmiMTton. The 8 rut cotton t'ni!.r from the port of Wilming ton f;'s wmin tailed during last ed for rirtioa, Italy, from the rnsti-l-r.Ms.- tf !nrs Alexander Spruct i.d fjti. to days earlier than lt Il a the liritinh st'-amer il-ri)!6a. f ajia!n F tt?s, and she 4 i thf Italian iK.rt .4S7 bak-s of U- itple, valued at $3SII,0. brought to Wake Fores. where he was turned police. Faslt Rmsrbl Heme. Dr. James T. Docking, the president of Rust University, once discussed in an addrf-sa at Holly Springs, Mi., the treason of Benedict Arnold. Arnolds fault, n said, "was as plainly braugbt bom to hi, a as the fault of Fenimore Cooper's friend. renimore cooper gave a in?nd a copy of his last work, insclrhing on the fly leaf the words: "'To John Blank, with the author's affection and esteem. "A few months later Cooper came upon this same book at a second-hand dealer s. He bought it in and sent it back to tils friend, again with a second inscription: "'This volume, purchased at a sec-ond-ha' d shop, is represented to John Blank with rnew,-d affection and re iterate! expressions of esteem.'" New Orleans Timea-Democrat. V Paesrr ' arrjlaf Ballraad. i'.i'- ft TL- crifraioa commav li'.s i ij i-iti'-i l.y the Kokligbarn 1. i.ir-.-nd f " 'i.i ji.y, extending 21 mi!', ffie I; ' 'I'miitx, Richmond county : Sr ,-Ua-i cranty. will b gin tk 1 to op'-rife a a pissng'-f ! .rriiig It eonrw'! at R'M k- ( mrrifi.n rh th fy a.'oard Air Uin-l uui 4 ;,:t.. i'U the A'.anf.c f,oat !-i.. White Boy KIkmh Xegr. Monroe. -Saturday night about 12 over to the chief of 'o'ekxk Guy Crowell, a while boy about 17 years old, shot Irving Tom berlin, colored and about the same Judge Adams Xot l Resign. :age, Inflicting a wound that may Carthage. Judge V. J. Adams) prove fatal. Young Crowell and a spen' Sunday here with his family. friend, Archie Levy, were over In the When shown the dinpatcb in some eastern part of town when the f the papers of yesterday to the 'trouble arose with two negro boys. effot that he contemplates resign- but the rause of the shooting Is lin ing as superior court judge, he man!- known. The bullet entered the nc rey'pd a great deal of surprise andjgros head In front of the right eir n,td that he was unable to areount iai:4 rsme out at the bak of O.e f r such a rumor and that there was.! head on the left side. Guy Crowd! no toutidation for such. This rumor. Is In jail In default of a bond of however, bxs been heard here here- $0, and Arrhle Levy, who is char tofore. and it would not nurprlse h!s,ed with assiult with deadly weapon, ftiends if he should resign but suefc la under a bond of $200, Both thme a step is not Iwked for right early, j boys are members Of well k no i. it Is well known that he sacrillred ! fai.illies here. a vry lucrative law practice whenj ' . he accepted the judgeship, and he is! Ataks hctiHl rrlnrtpal, . 1 ....... .1 V I .. El.. ...... 1. . " life. w Daily ter Reeky XsaaL R-xky M'unt The Telegram Pub- jlUhing Company, of R'Mky Mount, was incorfra!ed by the se rnary of state ysterday. The company will publish t remedies failed A severe rtts'k on school pr:nc pal, ('has. B. Allen, of Sylvanla, Uv, Is thus told by him. "For more than three yr srs," he writes, "f suf fered Indescribable torture from rheumatism, liver and stomach trouble and dlneaned kidneys. All till I used Klertrir " " " "swon "'uniy (,,,, , , h,..-,. j. i,r ,, ,Mi.i:hmi farm WlTttMl of Krirk, M,,llnt tji tre eijr Drsgnt tor tne t- t.Mi at.l'h Is tu be held iu tl r' f"l, to srry by a g'd ti.a j'-i'y 0c at R. Blacknall I Son's. trouble, female complaints, kidney disorders, biillousnesa, and for new health and vigor. Try them. Only loll MfliU AT MITCH FIX 4..iin ounty for Farm Life M IhmI. ; mn -- iioti. i. i. jojmr. sta'e. , morning daily, liK.iuding a Sunday Hitters, but four bottles of this won- e(1.rii.iei new oi vuoiii: inr.1.,,,.11,, ni0rning edi ion. The name of Ihe ! dcrful remedy cured xnm compl. tely. '" '" Wn! to deliver to-j publication will be the Morning Tele-! Such results are common. Thorn lis ai';rf in m ine -,.m Th. n,,..ri,.r- ... 11...... 1 I.!.-. k.... ... M. V. J. L. business land aiv-cislng manager. He baa ol jlwted around bi.-n and has assorlated i with film a s'rong force of mechanical I.J . Jn t a . if ioe 4ior .un lei-.u,-,. It,.m.rkal.le llUi.l.r .4 ni're auiea ny i.ie nire. -wi:hh. Tigm j Pronueta in I'oumry, .(fh-Kjfiiiiiig into an elec' r.c w. i-unnnuon wui sian nunin Mitchell, H. !., Sept. 25. Thou- i tv- ; n Jiomh liarrinirtoa street, "' et oars, an Is of ttnVn came to Mitchell to- n Hargett and Morgan atrea. j ..,.7 L iday for the Bpening of the thirteenth ' ie-i!ting to M. Mick Hit- ' v. A KaVitb. and being driven by I tr ,1 C 1 -iia. of Stndy IveL Va I'.f.'iy kill d Thurdy. Th 11 . 1 sid i-t have been worth I22", M' Tolaf. it e 1 ucai.t ttf iSe buggy T11K DRMAGOGUK TRIUMPHS' IN ; CANADA. -"V The defeat of reciprocity in Can ada show that the south is not tho only 'place where the electorate Is often guided more liv prejudice than reason and common sense; where! the demagogue has more Influence sometimes than the statesman. The ! trotting out of tho annexation buga boo in Canada during the reciprocity campaign reminded ono very forci bly of the negro bugaboo that Is brought forth" by politicians in the south. The people of Canada deliberately turned their backs upon material advantage, commercial progress, and placed a serious handicap ou the de velopment of the Immense natural resources of the country, A Chinese wall haa been erected and all hope of expanding the trade with the Uni ted States In the near future has been blighted. The farmers will have to seek a market for their large surplus of food products within the Dominion Itself or across the ocean where prices will lie very much less than could have been received had the markets of the United State! been made accessible. The working lieople of Canada will have to con tinue to pay the tariff toll on the many necessities of life that are ex ported from thkf country every year. And yet. It waa the farmers and working people- who piled up the large majority against reciprocity. When we seek the reason for this foolish action on the part of the com mon people of Canada we flud It n their willingness to be Influenced by demagogues ho played upon their sentiments rather than tt be influenced by patriotic statesmen who appealed to their reason. The opponents of reciprocity pictured the treason that It would be to Britain if the measure wa endoraed by the people, and. the dangers of annexa tion. The United States was pic tured as a tyrant with lustful de signs upon the territory of Canada. The advocate of reciprocity showed the foolishness of such claims and attempted to ahow the industrial and economic advantage? that would ac crue from reciprocity. The victory .will be balled with delight by the government of Great Britain. Tha defeat of reciprocity means the triumph of. Impcilatlam. By an overwhelming vote, the people et Canada aaignine4 he4r strM allegiance to the mother country, and their desire to bcoine more sub servient to the British crown. Pre mier Laurler and bla followera ad- orated autonomy that Is, he be lieved that Canada should remain a part of the British empire, but that It should maintain a practically in dependent national c''ence and be allowed to work out Its own destiny n its own way Borden and his fol lowers favored self government In oral matters, but they advocated a closer union lta the mother coun- ry by the parage of Imperial fiscal statutes applicable to all of the rovlncen. This derlai.e step will strengthen Immensely the Imperial status of Great Uritaln and lll have poaerfui Influence on tbe future destiny of the empire upon which the sun never ste. Interest naturally centers In the personalities of the two leaders. The defeat of Premier Laurler, the grand old man of Canada, means the retirement of one of the most promi nent figures In world politics. For nearly twenty years. Premier Laurler has guided the political dewtiny of the tal northern empire. Under his wise, constructive admin istration, Canada has grown from a mere province to a world power It Is largely due to his enterprise that the vast natural resources of the country have b-n dcveloed ami the vast industry and rommene haa come Into nUtcoee. lie entered Easy Time lor President Tall Conservation Congress Meets hire was hitch 'd, wastgg lti Usury Hull. ' Lexington. A usury suit lids been instituted In Davidson cou.t by R. I ton, agnt eifinn of Pallebury. It is alleged that I! 1 r Mi rad secured a loan of annual Corn Blt Exposition. The corn iialac. which la tho tirmniiiatii u XV. t V'! ""ri,'Uf'J f " poHlon is the only .. Murkbe.d, of Le wr-i,lB 0f ,u kItjd , ,, worl(J Kln; f- ll"rlJ4cl'"," of corn are on ehibltion I . I 1 1 f . . . . .. mt - IV ...... ft. J iiviii rti r j ij mi! ur rih of a valuable trad of land in David son county, the plaintiff Riving Iru Mill l.l,..f llatM If ttntll. i r...s.f. The grand Jury Wed- n"'r' ,h;,tU? V" """ ,...J,v retard a 'u. Mil Ut runt-1 "1, "J1 ili-r agairut Dsvld R. -t M, chargwl Ms allegi-d. claimed a bonus on the l'a 1 trur-li-r of Rw! All'-fl, I negro j loan tak of tin $22,oio, and from practically all of the counties of South Dakota and from some of the neighboring states. Pumpkin weighing In th neighborhood of ion pounds and numerous other fsrm products are exhibited In booths. It a considered one of the most re ;markable disp'ays of farm products a.-rvan'. at Kettles lountry pla e Iwt j.,,,,. , . frl , ,.'lM.t. I",""fr' rrs'n"aiiy ail me evi- r rway ingnt. i-rarri'-aiy an me e. urni,l1w m ih. nl t-rm 1. t..ri 4ei,e agu'.nat H-uU 1. his sU'emenf . ,4 4 ,, j ,(.B J(., a,.,)t ,,; made si the time he a arri-'"4. The dcfr-udaiit has tevn sli 'd Ixiud In the sum of $2'l It I generally 1111- kill a Murderer. merciless murderer Is Appen amount t .ne alleged usury. Areyidiritis t ith matiy viftims, but Dr is ine man no, seversi tnonias axo; King s tw I.if- I'ills kilt It by lire ss lotitlited by the government on vention, They tentlv atimulaia ih. derstOMi tnsi iue aia. m not as tor -th- charge or dctrauding l ncie fsmtoms'h, livr and bowels, prevent s v-'too t-oi ninra- r in ui-ai-grpe. or s large anm snue opersnng a ing mat ciogrltig thsl Invites attnen The care will hardly come up s? this jerm of court, owing to the erosd' d tou l'.Uou Of the docket. r.ov -riimeni distillery, he etTif-ted a fonipromlse by paying the govern- mnt $25,000.' difitia, curing Cotintination. Head sen, Rillloiisncss, Chills, 2.;e at B Washington, Sept., 23. A busy week is in prospect for President Tatu Af ter making's number of abort stops in Missouri and Kansas on Monday, he will arrive iu Kausaa City Iu tiuio to address the National Conservation Congress Monday evening. On this occasion It is probable Mr. Taft, In the course of his remarks on the gen eral subject of coujcrvalion, wi'l make clear th" adiiiinlstraUon'tt future atti tude in Alaskan affairs. From Kansas City the President Is to go to Hutchinson to rpeak t th'' state fair and tbe Kansas semi-centennial coleb'atlon. Topeka, Atchlaon and Leavenworth will be embraced in the Wednesday itinerary. The next two days will be given to Iowa, with stops at Council Uluffa, Fort Dodge, Waterloo, IKs .Miilmw, Ottumwa and several other points. Another swing across northwestern Missouri is sched uled for Saturday and thence the route will load to Omaha, where the prca'dop will sp-nd Sunday. The third meeting of the Natio.iul Conaervstion Congress, to addrca which President Taft is to visit Kan sas City, promises to be the most notable gathering of its kind yet held. A mini be of aulijycts dealing with the conservation of natural resource wltl 'be discussed during the three days' session, but especial attention will be given to the question of soil fertility and Its maintenance. Secre tary of the Interior Fisher, fo' 111, -r Secretary Garfleld, tilffard Plnchot and many other uieu of note wilt be heard. Primary elections Iu two cities at opposite ends of tbe country will at tract public att iitlou during the w-k. In San Francisco a primary will be held Tuelay for the nomination of candidates t't mayor and other city officials. la PtiiliidelphU a similar primary will be held Saturday. IMh citiia hate wltnmi. tr-iiui;i cam paigns. )n a broad ae.ire the sain I Issue pr -vails in both CiMe, being a ngot of the b-?er eicniem of th, clti sens to wat the ontrol of municipal affairs from the offirehold -rs aud pil- itlcians alleged to b sullty of the grwiest kind of political csirruptloa ; and graft. j Masftschnwitts will have Ita first prsetiesl fcxpertrnce wjth tho dic-ct prlinar law on Tuesday. whn all parties wi'l name ra.ididaia for gov ernor and other ata'e officers to be voted for this fall. A spi-iitd thre.--carni-nd fight is on fr the republi can nomination for governor. Gov ernor Fo ia assured of renomluation by the demoerats. T consecration of R v. J. It. Win chester as bishop of A'kausas will at tract a disflnguiiihed garb -ring of Kplscopal clergy arid laity to Little Rock on Friday. A conference of U.iited rtfate and Canadian goterniiint health authori ties and the state slid municipal health o.irds along Lake Krle la ft be held In Chicago Friday to plait an Inter national rrtrnade stralust inllu'loa of lake drinking water. Other notable r iiiKn'I im and eoo fretic of the r , ,u nrudi the National Km h.irl:ie Congrns In Cincinnati, the Natimial Blue and Gray iieannu in Memphis. th, eonn(iun of the National A. -o iariori of Mill. I.-. . . . 1 . ... , ir nuiKoiiis in .11 I all Ih" ait- nual nie-ting of the Anierirsii Man ufaemrers K'lHirt Aanaelation In Ni Vork. siil Hie aeml annual meeting of be National Asoociatlon of Cotton Manufacturer at Manch.aer, Vt Werilnr as I mrrrenry. I-W fields m$ diaotnaiDg III bts New York ofn, hi t ni "round- op" of 2,..oo rborus girl. "We treat our girls g' tierouiily " b aald. "That is wfcy we can round up J.500 of th"M with such ease. The fact is, we could ford up 2--,fMiO cho rim girls of eaqulaite l-au!y If we Bad need of that ntimle-f," Tltn comeiliari hucklcd. "We don't treat our chorus girls." he sild. -n Billy Hi nk urn treated his peopl. Billy, you know, waa a man politic when loa than S years of;,r ,, efghib. ID re u an ix sgo and has ben r been defea'ed but once before. Me Is now more than 70 years of age. , The defeat of reciprocity Is only a continuance of the bard lu'k un der which President Ta't haa been compelled to play sine h first be came president The passage of tbe reciprocity bill Is the only plec of really eonstrnc'ha work for shlch ample of his niggardly poliejr, "'Hilly,' sld ibe bailing it ,10 at one-night stand 'Hill. I want a dime.' "'You are always howling for nvm ey; said Billy. 'What do you want a dime forf "'I want It f'ir a shave.' the lead ing man replied. 'How can I play Romeo t might with eight days' bin k besrd on my face?" "Bunkum turnul angrily away. You'll g 't no neny out of tii",' h Mr. Taft csn claim credit during bii)t,.a .We'l ctmnge tonight's bill entire administration. To have all , to Otfaall't.' " Pbiladelphla Record of tbe Herruiesri effort which he ex pended go for nothing Is a severe dlssppoltitmrtit to him. On lite name fe. One hundred thousand dollars paid for a dinner service In New York! The user of L. M. Paint Is on the same level as the purchaser- he can't get better paint, because none better rsn be made; and Its cost Is th bast because four gallons of L A- if., and three gallons of Oil added thereto by the user at a coat of about $1.(0 per gatloa, will sslnt l-eottg. Thirty pie year ue in N. A. H. A. Our sfenu are W. A. Msbr, rtATMLM SCO AMD eiLLOWJ SPECIAL OFFER I Let Uf fend Yet m 3 lennd A Feather ate4 and Palraf rend Faather Plllowa rrelgbt Prepaid for Seed (screes er P. 0. Meae Or far. rURNCft A CORNWKLL, Ckslitlt, I C IIIUK IlilliH AM 1'II.MiWft AH f MALK AT MltH, H. . (MIDI 111:1' UTAH CAUL', DlltllAM, , C. , MORE AIJD BETTER TUOtiiPS a All the turnlpB you want BUISTS SKKDS grow them. We have just received our uew crop Bnist Prlzo Mcdul, M imnmlU R, Top Globe,. Southern Prlre, Seven Top, and olheiu, All new und fresh tho beat growers and producers. ' HOW ABOUT 4'LOVF.R? Always tho best never less than bent. Clover, MuV grass, rye, etc. All klnds-and all growers aud prolific pioductrs Better : place orders now an I get tho results. v .T . t , Haywood &. Boone The Vmiliiy lmg Wore. 1 11 Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturer. Book on patents. "Hints to inventors." Inventions needed." "Why some Inventors fail." $en rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office record. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charged the U. S. Patent Office GREELEY &M9INTIRE Patent Attornxys WASHINGTON, D. C. m "Look Before You Leap" 1 1 aa eld tajtsf that belds (wed la ilartlnff bask accessl. p.. fore run place roar money 1b a bank look for th following safeguards: Nuttce ih eharae'er and ability of the mea who bare charge of the bank; gee that the officers are esperi-mced baaatrs and the directors are responsible buus . The bank should have air pie capital, the larger the cartel the greater the protection for the depositor. A large I rplus and profit fund Is also aa ai dlttona) protcti jn. . Read the bank's atatemenu; boUca whether or not they carry a g Kd rsrv In cash aad demand toaue; also notice If the bank hi prosper!ugtf a bank dont make muuc it I not a safe baol. . Jill th aboe.iuaiuued security it sff jrded our eus'onisrti Jf safety for taeir fuada, wltb libs'alitr and courtesy is what ttsy wait The Citizens National Bank OP DURHAM, S. t B. . Pl H, rreskleat. T. It. bXIXKH, Wce-PreWw4, J. It. M AHOS. Caehler. aRaoureea over a Bill Il ia and a quarter." .! 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