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Everybody wants Lawson Carnations, the big
gest and best pink. It will pay all levers of
flowers who haven't seen the Lawson to order
a dozen or two just to see a "sure enough" Car
nationthe one that "Torn Lawson" paid I8U.0O
for when it was first introduced.
We have other flowers too. We make a spec
iality of Floral Desigus and Wedding Flowers
Write, telegraph, telephone.
J. Van Lindley Nursery Co.,
POMONA, N. C. (Near Greensboro),
Long Di.sta nco Phone.
Send telegrams to Greensboro.
C. R. WHE ATLEY, - Agent,
CHAPEL HILL, JJ 0,
Mr. C T. PEARSON,
MERCHANT TAILOR. OF
DURHAM, N. O., now has
Special Reduced Rates for Seniors
even on the famous goods of
FOSTER ck CO.,
the Fifth Avenue tailors, N. Y.
None bur best goods bundled.
For Senior. By Sfeniors.i
WRIGHT & SHORE, Agents.
$8.00 PER MONTH.
is man's most valuable asset.
Present your Personality in
proper fitting clothes made by
Lemmert the CVllere Tailor will be in
Chapel Hill in February. Please wait.
L E M ME R T
H. H: PATTERSON'S
OPPOSITE THE CAMPUS,
where you. will And Men's Furnishings, Trunks Drew
Suit Cases, Carjets, Bugs, ready-made Sheets, Pillow
Cases, Towels, Bowls and PltohuM, ard ware, Heaters
and everything that is good to eat.
All goods delivered promptly.
CHAPEL HILL, - NORTH CAROLINA.
In the editorials of the current
number of the Magazine is a severe
criticism of Mr. Dixon's "Leopard
Spots." The editor of the Maga
zine certainly has a. right to criti
cize as he sees fit, but coming as it
does from the magazine of the Uni
versity of Mr. Dixon's native State,
this criticism will perhaps receive
nore consideration than it would
under other circumstances, and it is
for that reason I desire to enter
t h is protest against such a mis
representation of the sentiment of
The Magazine has failed in its
duty to honestly and faith fully re
(U;t t he srntinuMH of the ; Univers
ity. , A can v;t. el our student l')dy
would'show conclusively lh.it those
wl;o share in tlie .M ig.iZiue's ptr
ion a' re- gir.ii t in the minority.
The iv i- i ,cs forth I'T t!;e
Magnx'-iir'-. crilu" '';;) U, in" sttli
stnnce, th;n .lr, l)i.ims books re
vive the. mem ry of horrors that
should be forgot; that the South
lia ; lived too long in the past, and
the sooner these memories are gone,
the better for us. . The editor of
the Magazine has , not read the
book. His criticism is grounded
upon ignorance of the merit or the
faults the book may contain. We
grant his motive is honest, that he
really believes it better for the
South to break away from the old
moorings; but the efforts being
made by Northerners and Northern
sympathizers to force the South to
forget her past are dcing more to
keep alive sectionalism than are all
other agencies, combined. The Mag
azine utters the hope that the fu
ture will find us a nation of one
aim, of one ideal. But shall the
South have no part in 'the making
of this new ideal? Shall it be forced
to follow the example the example
of the one with whom we are taking
issue and preserve only a Southern
body to be filled with Northern
spirit and sympathy, and to become
the temple of a Northern soul? In
short, to become an American, shall
the South be forced to beconie
Northern, or vvillit be allowed to
cherish ths memory of a glorious
past, and to have a just share in
merging the ideals of the two sec
tions into a happy unity?
CHAPEL HILL, - - NORTH CAROLINA.
J. L. O'QUINN & CO.,
Phones 149. Raleigh, N. C.
For Choloe Cut Roses, Carnations, Violets, Chrysan
themums, and all Cut Flowers in season. Wtdding
and Funeral Decorations at short notice. .
Leave orders with our agen, ,
W, C. RICE.'
College Gowns, Caps.
The best workmanship at
lowest prices. Silk Fac
ulty Gowns and Hoods.
Cox Sons & Vinhig.
2C2 Fourth Avenue, New York.
WHEN YOU ARE IN RALEIGH HAVE
MAKE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS.
REMEMBER IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST
The South's Finest Hotel.
C1IAS. 11. CONSOLVO, Manager.
THE W. A. SLATER CO.,
OF DURHAM, N. C,
will supply you with the most durable and stylish
c o t hl i in: o
to be had anywhere. Their! specialty consists in
supplying students with both ready-made and
tailor-made clothing, overcoats and raincoats.
They always have on hand the styles of today in
hats, shirts, ties, fancy vests, etc. We will take
your order and have the goods here in short time.
; Don't wait for our man to come to the Hill. Give
us your order and we will have goods sent to you.
JOHN A. PARKER and WADE OLDHAM, Agents.
AT AIX FOUNTAINS
Positions for College Men
Wb are buiriniiincr our annnal search for capable Col
lege, University and Technical School graduates to
supply to a large number of the 12,000 employers whom
we servo. If you will be ready for work next June or
before, write us today, stating what position you feel
qualified to fill, and we will tell you if we have the
right opportunity. It is none too early to be getting
in line lor a goou pmee, especially " you want one mai
will i.rnvn nerniHiiKiit and offer chance for advance
ment Oar svstem s enilorsid by leading college pres
idents, as well as by thousands of young graduates
wnom we nave satisiactoniy piact a.
Address College Department,
Pennsylvania Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
The next time you patronize a soda f ouutaiu try Pepsi-Cola and, our word
for it, you will be delig-hted with its flavor and happy with the good feeling
it produces, it is fine,
AT ALL FOUNTAINS
THERE ARE OTHERS, BUT
A sheville Steam L a u ti d r y
LEADS THE SOUTH.
We make a Specialty of Fine Dress Shirts, -White Vests
and Fancy Sweaters.
SELLERS & WILLIAMS, Agents.
DURHAM, N. O.
Leaders in MEN'S FINE SHOES. Our Specialties: The J. S. Turner,
The Stetson, The Crossett. Dress Suit Cases. Lowest prices always.
We are headquarters for Foot Ball, Base Ball and Tennis goods. Athletic out
fits of all kinds. We are also agents for the celebrated JOHN MIDDLETON
Fine Tobaccos. Gents Furnishings,
Fine Shoes, Shirts, Collars and Ties. Prices of all kinds of Base Ball and Foot
Ball goods quoted, on application. Write for catalogue. Tennis Rackets re
strung. Pipes repaired.
N. C. LONG 8 BRO.
Doctor Samuel Rapport
' REFRACTING OPTICIAN.
Glasses made to fit all sights by one who is
well known and reliable; one who understands
the. eyes, their defects and their relation to
human ills. Office over Kronheimer's store,
I13J MainSt., DURHAM, N. C.
W. J- HUNTER,
Feed and Ltbery Stables, Located
Next to Tost Office.
Good driving horses, new vehicles, ready for
the boys at any hour, night or day.
City Livery Stable
Boys always stop with Fowler when in Dur
ham. There you get the best service.
J. T. FOWLER, Propr.
D UGH I
Always was and always will be a
friend to the School Boys.
When in Raleigh pay him a visit Jor
RESTUARANT, FRUITS and ICE
CREAM. When you need him for serving Ban
quets, receptions, etc., we recommend
him as the right man.
Call to see me.
RALEIGH, - NORTH CAROLINA.
HEAD OF I THE STATE SYSTEM ; OF
The University stands for thoroughness and
all that is best iii education and the moulding
of character. It is equipped with 14 buildings,
new water works, central heating, electric
lights. Eleven Scientific Laboratories, equip
ped for good work. Tho Faculty numbers 67.,
Students 620. Library of 42,000 volumes.
One librarian and four assistants. Fine Lit
erary Societies. There is an active Y. M. C.
A. conducted by the students. Scholarships
and loans for the needy and deserving.
For information, address
F. P. VENABLE, President,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
The University publications. 'The
University students patronize us
Both get value received.
LET'S KEEP IT. UP.
The University Pharmacy,
No. Phone 85. Student's Headquarters.