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MODERN PUNT OF STAR
Machinery Now in Fine
Operation«WiII Open For
Business JNext Monday.
^^t6P*iD8ny months of preparation,
the Star Laundry Company ot>ena to the
general public for business Monday
morning at their new and modem plant
on the corner of Patton and Linn streets.
The laundry building and equipment,
which is new from roof to cellar, is
declared by experts to be one of the
finest plants of its kind in the South
and cannot be equally in many cities
several times the size of Danville,
The Star Laundry is a credit to the
city of Danville, and reflects the in
dustry and progressive spirit of the
owners of the plant.
The old Star Laundy building, it
will be recalled, was destroyed by fire
last fall. The remaning walls were
tom down and on the same site has
been erected a handsome two story
brick building with a frontage of about
fifty feet and running back a hundred
feet. The annex, which has also been
recently con^ructed in the rear, will
be used for storage purposes.
In equipping the new laundry building
practically none of the old machirery
was used. The best experts and the
largest manufacturers in the country
were consulted, in order to secure the
latest models. The new equipment,
large part of which is very recent
inventions, is desij^ned for producing
the highest grade of work on material
laundered with the minimum wear.
Each department is under the personal
supervision of an expert in his line and
the machines are constructed and
operated to meet local conditions.
For the past week oi ten days sev
eral experts from distant cities have
been at the laundry testing the dif
ferent machines and they did not leave ;
until after they thoroughly demon
strated that all of the apparatus was in
good working order.
The Star Laundry was the pioneer
in low prices for laundry work, and no
increase will be made over the old rates.
The young men of the city will be
glad to know that the gentleman’s
entire wash list will be restored. The
work will also be kept in thorough
repair by an experienced seamstress.
Mr. J. H. Lashley is agent for the
Star at Mcbane^
Ten “Acres of Floor Space.
We have the largest plant of the
kind in the world. We are the oldest,
largest and most responsible company
of the kind in existence. Over 2,000,
000 farmers throughout the United
States and Canada buy Watkins’
Remedies, Flavoring Extracts. Spices,
Toilet Articles, Soaps and Perfumes.
We have the best proposition there is
tor energetic reliable young men. We
need a traveling salesman for our line
right now in name of your County.
Address. The J. R. Watkins Company,
113 South Gay Street, Baltimore,
Maryland. Established 1868. Capital
over $2,000,000. Plant contains 10 acres
When Baxter Shemwell was senten
ced for an assault on a railroad con
ductor, about a year ago, it was a con >
dition that he should appear in court
at stated intervals and show good be
havior. He appeared in court in
Greensboro last week to show that he
had kept the peace and properly con
ducted himself and stated to the judge
that he had quit carrying pistols. All
of which is commendable if he will
only keep it up.
Atacks School Prinlcipal.
A severe attack on [school principal
Chas. B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is
thus told by him. “For more than
three years," he writes, “I suffered
ndescribable torture from rheumatism,
liver and stomach trouble and diseased
kidneys. All[remedies failed till I
used Electric Bitters, but four bottles
of this wonderful remedy cured me
completely." Such results are common.
Thousands bless them for curing
stomach trouble, female complaints,
kidney disorders, biliousness, and for
new health and vigor. Try them. Only
BOc at Mebane Drug Co.
A Frenchman says his thoughts drive
him mad. The difference between him
and some other people is, that he
keeps his thoughts untterance and him*
self goes mad; while they give their
thoughts utterance and so drive other
people mad. Pity 'tis that the former
course is not more generally pursued.
The cities of North Caralina are
cuddling up to the commission from of
government like sick kittens to hot
bricks. Virginia municipalities may
gain the liberty to choose how they
will be governed by the time that their
Carolina neighbors have determined by
years of experiment how the consolida
tion of power and responsibility into a
few hands works. — Va Pilot
Wanted to buy young calves. The
highest price paid for them delivered
to me at Mebane.
F. W. Graves,
Kills A Murderer.
A merciless murderer is Appendicitis
with many victims, but Dr. King’s
New Life Pills kill it by prevention.
They gently stimulate stomach, liver
ane bowels, preventing that clogging
that invites appendicitis, curing
Constipation, Headache, Bilioness
Chills, 26c at Mebane Drvg Co,
We invite you to attend ovir Spring
Millinery Opening beginning Tuesday
enening at 8 o’clock, April 4th, and con
tinuing thro’ Wednesday and Thursday.
MORROW-DASON & GREEN,
Burlington. N. C.
IV. S. CARDWELL
18 years in buggy and harness business, with ample capital to discount all
bills-buylng in car lots should enables dealers to get lowest prices.
While competitors were talking dull times and no money Saturday,my sa
les were more than $500.00 dollars, i (name and addresses of customers
If I had $65 and $75 store rents to pay out, I would have to sell buggies
and harness high like they are doing.
My plan is to do the largest business on least expense.
Unloaded another car Columbia “A" grade wheel buggies Saturday.
Saving" my customers $7.50 to $10 on buggy, $15 on Carriages.
Big stock Mowers-Rakes-Harrows.
More harness, collars, saddles, bridles, than in all the stores in town.
Best $1 bridles in town.
Clover and Lawn grass—Hickory King and Batts seed Com.
Hurry up boys, and get ready for Easter.
Don’t fool away your time in the Side Shows, when you can see the Big
Show, and the cost is no more.
N. S. CARJIWELL,
NEW SPRING FOOTWEAR '
Our new spring Oxfords and
slippers have arrived. The very
latest are included in our new
stock. We have Velvets, Suedes,
Cravenettea and Patent Leather,
in one and two instep straps and
low cut ties for ladies at prices
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50. For men,
Gun metals. Tans, and Patent»
Leather in low cuts on new high toes. In fact the latest
toes out, at prices from $3.00 to $5.00.
When in Durham come to see us at Kirby’s old 5 and 10
cts. store, No. 117 Wes^ Main Street.
One Price Shoe Store
DURHAM, N. C.
for Cling letters, or card cases for
loose ledger cards, are always used in
offices where they file away letters
and bills and keeps copies of those
written in the office. We have some
good ideas in the way pf letter files,
cabinets, letter copying presses,
besides everything that could be called
a blank book, from a pencil scratch
tablet to a large double entry ledger.
NELSON-GOOPER LUMBER €OMPAN\.
Mebane, N. C.
Your Dining Room
would look 100 per cent
better if you had a mo-
eni sideboard and a new
dining table We are of
fering some elegant
sideboards. We ask you
to call and see them this
week. Also, dining tab
les of real quartered ma
GREEN & McCLURE,
Graham, N. C
made to your measure, as you
want them, perfect fit, per
fect style, these are a few of
the advantages you’U derive
by ordering your spring suit
from us. The prices arc very
A Store Fuil Of Ail Tiiat’s Best For
Every department is brimming, so to speak, with all
that's new and best for spring’s new merchandise: not
priced at long profits, but in the way that has made our
store what it is, for tis certain that moderate profit
taking is responsible for our rapid growth—We pay
spot cash for our goods, which makes bargain buying
easy-and enables us to sell at moderate profits.
Is called to our Gents Furnishing Department, here
you will find the most up to date line of men’s apparel
ever shown in our town. Your special attention is call
ed to our beautiful line of spring shirts, we sell the Fam
ous Brand Cluett Peabody Shirts, prices ranging from
$1 to $1.50. Call and inspect our line before buying, we
feel sure that we can please you
McCalls April, Fashion Sheets and Magazines are here.
Mebane, N. C.
WE KEEP THE BEST
There is in jewelry, watches, chains rin^s,
and pendants. We sell guaranteed silver
ware, and the most exquisit cut glass known
to the art
Everything guaranteed as represented. We
are sure we can please you in every pur
chase you make at our store. Our designs
re the latest, and prettiest it is possible to
obtain, write or see us.
Durham, N G.
ALL CHINA AND GLASS^
FRESH GROCERIES AND GARDEN SEED
Don't forget that we are paying the highest
price for chickens, eggs, and butter.
Yours to please,
T. A. Church,
WeVe just received our new ‘'QUEEN
QUALITY” styles for Spring and they’
re beauties. We did not believe such
footwear possible at the price. The mak
ers have outdone themselves. Smart,
snappy styles with plenty of comfort
and service—just what you have been
looking for. You'll buy here eventually
Why not to-day?
J. M. Hendrix And Co.
CAPITAL STOCK $30.000,00.
. One of the best equipped schools in the South. THE LARGEST, the
stronsreat faculty MORE GRADUATES IN POSITIONS than all
schools in the State, BOOKKEEPING. SHORTHAND, and ENGLISH.
Write for Handsome Catalog^ue. Address.
KING’S BUSINESS COLLEGE, Raleigh N. G.
Charlotte N. C.
TIMBER AND FARMING LANDS
316 acres. Two and one half Miles North of
Hillsboro, N. C.
84 acres. South of Efland N. C.
40 acres one mile North of Hillsboro,
Terms and lots to suite purchasers.
0. D. TURNER, Owner
HILLSBORO, N. C.
There Is No Need
To go off to other towns to buy you a
nice ready made suit, when we keep, a
nice line of first class goods, and sell
cheaper. See our new spring men’s and
boys suits, they are beauties.
A nice line of shoes.
C. C. SMITH,