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THE ASHEVILLE GAZETTE NEWS.
IT l aaeleee tor anyona to call mt
Uila ea?l- In an endeavor to ind oat
the nanus of advertisers. Those who
advertise ander an Initial or nom o
lama do not wish their namra to be
made pabllc, and they canaui ae (H
ralged u Uila oaTtca.
WANTED District manager for west
. ern N. C. Old Una Ufa Co. Up-
lo-date comrade, low rates. Salary
and commissions. An opportunity
Cur a hustler. Address "Opportun
Uy," care Dally News, Qreensboru
LADIKS WANTED! To rail 1517
when you want your dresses cloanco
dyed and pressed. 132-tf
PERMANENT RESIDENT MANA
GER wanted for North Carolina by
lnrce New York corporation; must
have JfiOO cash to cover stock, etc.
only hlnh class huatlcr need apply
(Jowl salary. Address with full par
ticulars, l T., !azette-Ncws.
AGENTS Triple-Wear Hosiery The
best paying proposition ever offered
Ruaranleed for six months. Write
for special offer t) pair KKEE.
Everybody- buys. Heautiful line.
Credit Riven. AVrlte for exclusive
. ' territory. Triple-Wear Hosiery
Mills, li.ept., tl. L l-'ranldln ami Gi
lard Avenue, Phlludulpliia,. Ph.
WANTKD To buy a second bund
Caram board. ), cai'c- tiazette
News. . 19-1,1.
WANTED For United States army:
Able-bodied, unmarried turn be
tween niio 18 and 35: citizens of
United States, of good character nnd
temperate Imhits, wlio can speak,
read end write the English lan
guage. Kor Inforuintion apply to
Recruiting Officer, 307 West Trade
St., Charlotte, N. C; 3 South Main
St., Ashevlllc, N. C; 3301 South
Kirn St., Grenshnro. N. C.; 1523
Main St., Columbia, S. C; 2041 West
Main St., Greenville. S. C: or 1671
West Main St., Spartanburg, S. C.
FOR SALE A loi of new oil cook
stoves cheap, with or without ovens.
Three burners, two burners or one
burner. Chaa. L. Sluder, 20 S. Pack
FOR SALE Complete portable saw
mill outfits In good order. Also
sklddera, loaders and logging equip
ment of all klnda. The Champion
Fibre Company, Canton, N. C.
FOR SALE Two six room houses,
one has all modern conveniences,
large lots, price of both houses
$3500.00 for quick sale. Moale,
Chiles A Redwood, real estate and
Insurance, 27 Patton avenue.
FOR SALE Eggs lor hatchins.
White Leghorns, R. I. Reds, Kuft
Rocks and Indian Runner Ducks;
also yard esgs. Early hatched
chicks make early fall layers. J. II.
McConnell. I hone 1434 or 122.
FOR SALE Dry kindling wood, 31.30
per loud, delivered. Phone 104:)
Biltniure Box Factory. 16-tf
FOR SALE Furms from 5 to 10(10
acres, improved and unimproved.
Room Itevell Illilk'. F. P. Inglo.
Ei;s FOR MATT II I, N(J Thorough
bred White Plymouth Kin ks. Fishcl
strain: line winter layers, $1 for
15, delivered. Plume 777. 20-11
FOR SALE Eight-room n lidi-nce. in
Weavei vlH.., .! acres, garden, chicken
lot, strawberries, raspberries, vin
yard. good barn, etc. Must be sold
at onee. One of most desirable places
in town. Address P. O. liox, ifi,
THE Bit. MONEY in the chicken
hUHllicts is in early hutching S. C
Rhode Island Red eggs, lirst pen
IJ.ua, second pen $1.,'U per setting
of Ki. Phone 1(04. 21-:st.
OB 8 KNT- Desirable store mom.
suitable for any kind of taurines
without shelves or counter. Apply
Bog 117, Canton. N. C, tf
rOR RENT A rew desirable rooms
at College Park Place; close In;
rOR RENT Connecting rooms. nlr
ly furnished for housekeeping;
south porch; electric lights; sink
and gsa In kitchen. It Btarnei
TOR KENT Connecting rooms fur
nished for light housekeeping, with
large sunny porch. Apply It Grady
street, or 'phone K8. 111-tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, south
ern exposure, on car line. Table
board near by. Address 341 Mnrrl-
uion avenue. Phone lilt. 283-tf
FOR RENT Six room house nicely
and completely furnirhed. In good
neighborhood. No. ISO Chestnut St.
Phone 1228 for particulars 2112-tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. AH modern
conveniences, 71 Woodfln street.
l'olt RENT Three connecting rooms
furnished for housekeeping; mod
ern conveniences. Apply 75 Church
FOR RIM Handsome and con
venient office apace, suitable for
real estate, coal office or kindred
lines. Apply IS Church St. Tele
phone 60, eod-301-tf
FOR RENT Three nice adjoining
office rooms on West Pack square,
second floor. Apply to W. A. Nltzer,
No. IS Revell Bids. eod-tf.
- . r-'' : " 1 11
FOR RENT Completely furnished 6
' room cottage; every convenience;
price reasonaJde; near in. D. 8.
Wutsoti, Agent. eod-tf
'.'AROUNA COMMERCIAL. SCHOOL
. To persons d airing to eater our
trentus or noonday classes, see Miss
Holman, 1 Pack square; Mr. Hall.
Fattery Park place.
rURNITURB. bougnt. sold and ex
changed. Easy payments. Qlobe
Furniture Co., 12 8outh Main 8t
Phone 885. ltl-tf
ROCK LEDGE, (S Hay woo atreat. It
Rooms thoruughly renovated, serosa
street from Auditorium, half block
from Battery Park koiaL Mrs. P
1. Corcoran, Prop.
KRER ILLUSTRATED BOOK tells
about over 360.000 protected posi
tions In U. 8. service. More than
40.000 vacancies every year. There
Is a bis chance here for you, sure and
generous pay, lifetime employment.
' Easy to get. Just ask for booklet.
C 63. No obligation. Earl Hopkins,
Washington. D. C.
HII'VI't.M Till KB .tout received.
fresh supply of l-'lsk Halsod Tread
Tires (extra heavy). It pays to bu
the best none better than these.
J. M. I learn & Co., Battery Park
Place. Phone 448.
1 HAVE OPENED a new Sheet Metal
Works and can save you money. Let
mo Hive you estimates. D. 'i'rexler.
109 S. Main, Phono 8U2. 3-201
EI,E( TIUCAL SUPPLIES For. Ben-
eral construction work. Our prices
will interest you. J. M. Ileum &
Co., Battery- Park Place. Phone
A HANDSOME EIGHT-DAY MIS
SION CLOCK, worth $8,00, special
price only 83.25. The Gazette-News
lias a number of the Mission Clocks
with which so many people of this
mountain section of the state have
become familiar. It is un clght-duy
clock, high-grade, serviceable, ami
altogether attractive. Hundreds of
readers of The Gazette-News have
these clocks in their homes, and ev
ery owner of a clock Is a highly
pleased owner. These handsome
Mission CIock9 are frequently al
luded to as the eight-dollar, eight-
day clocks. From this date Th
Gazette-News has concluded to
make a special offer on these clocks
and has fixed the price at $3.25 for
these who come to the office, pay
cash and take the clock home with
them, thus saving us the cost of
delivery. The same price will be
made to out-of-town patrons, who
send cash or. money order. Send us
the name of your friend ,or relative,
and the clock will be expressed di
rect to the address given. Bear In
mini that the price is lust $3.25 at
our office, or when cash accom
panies the order. Send us your or
der today to Gazette-News office.
Do it now. tf
FOR SALE A NUMBER OF BEAU
TIFUL 44-PIECE CLEO DIN
NET SETS, cash price $3.65; Is
manufactured of the Very highest
grade of porcelain by one of the
largest potteries in this country,
and on account of buying their clays
and kaolins In carload lots, and
having natural gas for fuel, can
manufacture these beautiful sets at
so reasonable a price, and we have
taken advantage of the opportunity
In buying a large quantity of them
nnd are giving you the benefit of
our bargain. Sets are beautifully
decorated In French Pink Rose
Transfer Design and Edges and
Handles of all articles are trimmed
with Pure Coin Cold. These sets
make very desirable and attractive
Dinner Service, and Contain enough
pieces to set table for six persons.
AV'e are making a special cash price
cm this dinner set for $:i.f.5. We
charge 10c extra for delivery in tin
city. Gazette-News Office. If
FIFTY CENTS for half soling ladies
Bhiies, sewed. Shoes called for and
delivered. Phone 724. Champion
WANTED More of those white furs
and white gli.ves and white slippers
and shoes for cbrining. We are
having splendid success in making
them clean and while. Special at
tention given to ladies garments or
every kind, including silks and
woolens. Phone 3S9. J. C. Wllbar.
WANTED Tour etanographlo work.
Prices reasonable; satisfaction
given. Mlsa Pearl Holman, 10
Pack Square. Phone (74. tf
I H MeUINNKSn has moved to mom
4 Msaonln building, Market Ht, op
posite r. M. t. steam dyeing tail
oring and cleaning. Fhone 1860.
WANTED Tour Notary publle work.
Residence 111 Aahaland Avenue
Phone II. Jas. W. Albright. -tf
HIOES CALLED FOR, Repaired and
Returned promptly. Gilmer Bow
den, 26 Lust College.. Phone 1817.
WANTED To Insure your .bank ac
count. Dick's Acid Proof Ink will
do It Guaranteed to be acid and
water proof. Cunnot be removed
by chemicals without destruction of
the tlbur of the paper, or showing
evidence of the paper being tam
pered with. An Invaluable protec
tlon for checks, draft a, notes, deed
contracts, etc. J. A. Orovea' Gro
eery Co., 116 Patton avenue. Phone
261 . 15-llt
ASHEVILLE SHOE FACTORY
Whole Soles, sewed, and Heel. 11.00.
Shoes called for and delivered.
FOR SALE. 1
A farm of 35 acres of good level
land, good eight room house, large
barn, corn mill, feed mill .corn crush
er, allow, shredlng machine, and gaso
line engine, six miles from Ashevllle,
graded school within 3-4 of a' mile
i from place. Also a good orchard and
grape vineyard, water In the house
and barn from a fine .spring, price
$3600.00, this is a bargain, if you want
a farm see us.
J. I. PI".NLANf SON,
, No. II Temple Court.
By CORA HATHORNE SVKES
Duriug t lint ieriod when the- ar
gouauts or forty-niners they are call
ed by both names were crossing the
plains nutl afterward the mountain
oi their way to the theb now RolJ,
Ulcginps in Cnlifomla two young fel
lows ntlacbed themselves to n wairon
train leaving St. Joseph, Mo. They
were known as Jack unil Joe Lnrnwn
tiud were uuderstood to be brothers-.
Jack was the stronger of the two,
bath physically anil mentally. Ho led
his brother iu everything nml when
(li is was coiiiineiited upon snid that
lie was the older of thg two and a
younger brother usually jjrows up to
rely on the elder. At any rate, Joe
Lorn war did not count for much
among the men of the expedition or
the women either, for tbnt matter.
In those days the Indians infestpd
the plains, nnd every man in a wagon
Irn. in case of su attack, was ex
pected to do hia duty. The train to
which the Lara way brothers were at
tached consisted of but three wagons,
nnd there were but a dozen men to
protect about as many women and
children. On the pliins outrider:
flanked the party as vedettes, and nt
nlglit wagons and mules were arrang
ed ns a corral. One day whpn passing
over rolling ground Joe Laraway was
one of the vedettes. Suddenly he
came galloping in. reporting that while
ridinj np to n rise in the ground an
Indian face had appeared above the
crest. When Joe spoke of the painted
visage of the redskin he turned white
as a sheet.
A go.d deal of" contempt was ex
pressed for the young man for Ills cow
ardice. His brother took , liim apart
from the others, and the two were seen
to talk together, jack very evidently
trying to Infuse courage into Joe, while
Joe appeared very much excited. That
night till 12 o'clock one-half the men in
the party stood gnaVd, expecting an at
tack, the rest sleeping on their rifles.
Jack La. ra way when the watch was
changed offered lo stand in his broth
er's place, and Joe permitted hl'm to do
The Indians failed to show them
selves, and the next morning the march
whs resumed without Interruption.'
Joe Lara way from that time Was
very much in disfavor with both the
men and the women of the party. Jack
excused his brother on" the ground that
he had been a sickly child and while
growing to manhood bad not been able I
to Indulge in those sports that nuiuly
boys delight in. He was consequently
not prepared for the sterner realities
that a man is expected to encounter,
and the sight of a savage in war paint
is enough to make any man quail who
has not been accustomed to any kiud
of fighting. Hut Jack's excuses made
very little impression. Ills brother was
evidently not made of that stem stuff
men expect and women admire in a
But what respect was denied Joe was
lavished on Jack. This was due to the
fact that lie was a very manly fellow
and was so indulgent to his younger
brother. He was Just as considerate to
Joe as he had been beforo the latter
bad shown the white feather. Indeed,
so kindly disposed were the party to
Jack that whenever he was near to
observe tbelr treatment of Joe they re
frained from showing any contempt
One day Jack Laraway asked that his
brother might occupy one of the wag
ons alone. He claimed that his brother
had su affection that rendered him un
fitted to perform the duties required
and he (Jock) would perform tbem for
He would also pay liberally for
the privilege be asked. Anything he
wished was granted, and a small apace
was set apart for Joe Laraway by mpv-
lug the contents of the wagon. Jack
did it all himself, for so great was the
contempt felt for Joe that no one elsa
would turn a band for him.
When all was completed Joe got
into the wagon and while on the Jour
ney did not leare it. His brother gave
him all the attention he required, and
it was well he did, for he might bave
died before any of the rest of the party
would have taken him a crust of bread.
The train lumbered slowly across the
plains, tben more slowly across the
mountains. It required months to make
a Journey that Is now made In a fevr
daya, and. slne there were many de
lays in tbla case, nearly half a year
elapaed between the starting from the
Missouri liver till the arrival at San
Curiosity finally got the better of the.
party to know what was the matter
with Joe Laraway, for he was not seen
after he took to the wagon. One of the
women offered to go In and minister to
the young man, bnt Jack said that his
brother was getting on very well and
preferred not to see any one except
himself. But one night a little cry
came from the schooner that electri
fied the camp. It sounded like some
thing between a penny trumpet and a
young roqater giving his first crow.
"He's got the croup!" exclaimed one.
"There It la again listen!" said an
"iiy good gracious!", exclaimed a
mother of three children. "It'a a baby's
The secret was out. John and Joseph
toe Laraway, a newly married cou
ple, had determined to go to California.
Thinking they could get on better If
Joe passed as a man, aha bad put on
man's clothe and they bad given out
that they war brothers.
A large ahipment of fianford'S az
mlnster ruga, and are offering entire
Block at bargain prices. .
Coma in and aee these ruga before
placing your order elsewhere. "We
give ten per cent for cash. - ,
ASHEVILLE CARPET HOtTSE ,
1S-J0 Oiurch Bt . Phone No. IIS.
! WHY HESITATE?
An OITit Tbnt Involves Xo Money
Rlk l You Acct-irt It.
We are so i.i-l.ivc .o-sr remedy will
completely relieve consiipntion. no
mallei- how i hi-vnn: U im;y ho, that c
oner t- furnli.ii ,i Inc vt all cost ll
ConCiputiim Is commonly 'caused by
weakn. s.s of the nerves anil ur.iscle.
of the lar:e irtot.nc. To expect it
cure y m Inot hireloie tone, up ami
sirer.jr iicn ihoi-v ort::'.n i.t-.tl restore
them in iuaitiii.-i- activity.
We want you to ti t!'all Order
lies on our guarantee. They are eaten
like i-iindy, and uro particularly, good
tor children.. jTlley Seem to net direct
ly on tile nerves unil muscles of the
I'owols. The;.- npparently have a neu
tral action on the other organs. They
Ui. not purge or cauw other incon
venience. Wc will refund your money
if they do not overcome chronic or
habl ual constipation and thus aid to
relieve the myriads of associate or de
pendent chronic ailments. Try Rcxall
i u (liii lles at our risk. Three sizes. 10c,
2."c., and line. Sold only at our store
The .Rcxall' Store. Smith's Drug
Store, corner l'nck square and South
Main street. ' . . .
If The Gazette News
Carrier fails to deliver
your paper, please
telephone Circulation De
partment, 2022 rings.
Men's Suits and Overcoats
Better Investigate This.
GEM CLOTHING STORE
(i Patton Avenue. , '
For Sale Cheap.
IS Acres of good land close to IJilt-
niirc; 3 room house anil out buildings,
all necessary farming implements
Kood horse; 3 cows; 75 chickens; store
building and $300.00 worth of mer
chandise for I2G60.00. One half cash,
balance to suit purchaser.
CANADAY REALTY CO.
10 Pack Square.
T II E A T O
General Villa with His Rebel Army.
King; Geo. V. of England in the Royal Coach.
The Burning and Looting of Tientsin, China.
Children of Strikers from Lawrence, Mass., on Stand.
PATHE WEEKLY TODAY.
Western Drama, G. M. Anderson Leading.
Dad's Smash-Up Comedy.
As good advertising is a vital part of store service, a good
store MUST be advertised.
D. J. TATUM
Livery, Feed and Sules Stable.
... t..i i , ..
The Ebbitt House
Washington, D. C.
'No matter what you came to
asiiiijrtou lor business or
i) casure TUW ttlitfU T is
most centrally located to every
where. Eeccntly remodeled,
refurnished, and redecorated
' ' . ' '
throughout thoroughly modr
era in every feature.
Rooms, single or en suitej
with or without bath. Rates: .
American I'bin $:I.IH to fB.OO per day.
KuroiH-aii I'lan, $1.50 to fl.uu per day.
0. F SCHUTT, Proprietor.
Murphy, N. 0.
The beat and moat reasonable housa
in town, good table, clean beda and
horn cooking. Hates f 1 par day.
MISS EOSA PATTON
V 1HH STREET 4 '
One Block West af Broadway
NEW YORK CITY
Clewj to WhottMla Rutall
Viy tieedn Dliirlrn. Railroad and
..., . , ,
MODERN ABSOl.lTKLr a-'lfrHROOF
3UD Kootns (ZOO with Bath)
RATES $1.00 PER DAY UP
Excellent Restaurant and Cafe,
Moderate Prlcei. .
end for free lllaitrntrd Golds Uto r
t v VHJ.
mOTtKiUAPH POST CARDS FOR
Real photo post cards with your
advertisement upon them command
attention and are preserved for their
beauty. 3G0O an hour printed on my
new photo-press. Only one in North
Carolina. Over Nichols Shoe store.
If you llnd your mine in the Classl
fled page you get one dollar.
Co mfortable Vehiolea, fladdla Horses a
NVTLLE, If. C.
Te"a at All noun.
Ho tels and Boarding House
Dellghtf a BltnaUoa.
The ST. JOHN 'aa
. i ' Formerly Hotel Gates. '
A modern hotel. Steam Ileal. Klu valor. Cheerful, homa-llke surround
Inr.s. upon all the year. ' ; q'.
Hotel ltu and Street Cars direct from Depot ."
: 6T- aoi,N SON.;'
Swannano aB e rheley
Asheville's Most Modern and Up-to-date Hotel.
Hot and Cold Running Water
or Private Bath in every room.
Iocal and Lona- Distance Telephone
Battery Park Hotel
AHHRVIMiB, W. O. . i l Wfjaa
brill THROUG HOOT THB TBAJt .
RAVENSCROFT, 95 Church St., Asheville, N. C.
Kates on' application. Rooms en suite. Private baths, superior cuisine,
Slain building completely remodelled anil renovated now additions now
ready. Spin-lous grounds, Tiible board. '
THE HOTEL AETHELWOLD
BREVARD, X. C. v ' ' -Under
now mu iiHRemont. The hotel haa been thoroughly ' overhauled
and renovated. Steam heated. Baths, Hot and Cold Water.
Caters especially to commercial men. I). C. SI NCI. AIR, Mgr.
Formerly of Tarborough' House, Raleigh, N. C.
II. C. PEARSALIi, Prop. , MARION, N. 0.
Kates $2 per clay. Free sample rooms. Free batlia. Electle Lights
Local and Long Distance Telephonee. Summer boarders wanted, Kates by
the week $8.00, by the month $25.00. Free Bus meets all tralna both day
To right of Southern depot Only Eropean plan hotel In ' the city.
Roome 75 cents and $1.00 per day. Cafe in connection. Bathe free. Por
ter meets all tralna. Commercial trad solicited.
FRANK BLAKE, Manager.
THE BON AIR
LEADING COMMERCIAL AND TOURIST HOTEL OF
.' WAYNESVILLE, N. C.
MRS. SALLIE E..C0RY, Prop. stress..
Open the Year Round. ."FREE SAMPLE ROOKS"
WAYNESVILLE, N. O. ' "
' Open Throughout the Tear.
STRICTLY HIGH CLASS SERVICE ALWAYS.
C H. and MRS. U W. KNIGHT.
Rates $3.00 per day. Hot and Cold
NO. 3 ASTON PLACE
Steam Heat Wall Cooked Food.
Milk and cream from our own cowa. I make my guesta comfortable,
MtSU MATT IE HARRIS
Hotel Raleigh, Raleigh, N. C.
A Nw-Modra-MeritorioM Hostelry. It airnlii to thoM
who know whuff what nrl w hy. . .HO WILL GOBI
THE IMPERIAL HOTIL
K. M. UEIEH, Pro
FREE SAMPLE ROOMS
Convenient to both Pa, and Grand
Broadway tist Street.
NEV YORK CITY
Main Entrance on 31st St.
Central BUtlona. Rstaa $1.60 up
..Sherman House, Jamestown, N, T,
open early part of llll.
Also the Ureenhurst, on Lake Chau
tauqua, open July Jst-Sept 1st .
Write for Guide to New Tork (with
map) and Special Kste rrd, Free
CO. r. UVRLtLilT,
V" - 'nJU
lrge Shed j Gri
TKftMS According to Location of
Owner and Proprietor.
ASHEVILLE. N n
In every room. Near Oolf lAn.
Baths. Special Rates by Week or
K. V, JARRETT. Manager.
inilshorn, N. 0.
: ""j i'J-i'-f-j
Overlooking New Blnton Park. K
ry room outside with bath, or hot and
cold water. Milk, eraam, TagatabW
from our own farm.
American Plan, $!.. $.,
nd II 10 per day.
R. B. Mills. Prop., formerly "f Hn"j
Rannatt, Blnghamton. N. T.,
Orand Hotel, New York aty.
Sixth, Mound and Keuyoo Street
. HOTEL mTZLLA
and lumbermen. Rates II per day.
especial rates by the month, nam
room. Free sample rooms. Rsllroad
eating housa fronting enuthsrn dP0'
Uvry In cnnnw-t,in
. W. " I"-' "'
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