BIG CROWDS ARE
II SALISBURY TO
Fully Three Thousand Visitors
were in and Around the Court
House this Morning at 10
O'clock when Judge Long
Called the Couit to Order.
J. F. Hall Chosen Foreman o*
Grand Jury. Judge Long's
Charge was Devoted Mostly to
the Crime o 4 Lynching. It was
an Able and Clear Chatge.
Salisbury, Aug- 6, (3:40 p. m.) —The
grand jury this afternoon brought in
true bills against Nease Gillespie, John
Gillespie, Henry Gillespie, George Er
vin, Jack Dillingham and Delia Dilling
ham, charging aU s'.x Of the defendants
with the murder of the Lyerly family.
Salisbury Aug. C. —Fully 3,000 visi
tors are in Salisbury today to witness
the trial of the five negroes who were
brought here last night from Char
lotte, charged with the murder of Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Lyerly and their two
The scene in and around Rowan's
Court House this morning was one that
has never been witnessed in Salisbury
before. The crc d in and out of the
court house wa: uiet, but there seem
ed to be a dett.uiined under current
that may or may not forebode evil.
The special £erm of court for the
trial of the five negroes was opened
promptly at 10 o'clock this morning,
Judge B. F. Long of Statesville, pre
siding. Solicitor Hamnier, Hon. Theo
dore F. Klutz and Mr. T. C. Linn, will
represent the state. The five prisoners
are represented by Mr. Jake F. Newell
of Charlotte and Mr. H. S. Williams
The organization of the court com
menced with the drawing of the grand
jury. The following good and lawful
men were drawn; W. A. Frick, J. W.
Rideoutte, William Fesperman, W. M.
Erwin, J..T. Barber, D. A. Hodge, John
R. Nussman, W. H. Enson, J. S. Hall,
James P. Trexler, J. D. Ketchie, C. A.
Correll, J. M. Monroe Jr, R. L. Wed
dington, Maxwell Holshouser, R. A.
Moose, and M. P. Plummer.
After drawing the grand jury Judge
Long explained in detail the qualifica
tions of a grand juror. He said any
one of the gentlemen named who had
a suit pending in court; who had not
]Said his taxes for 1905 and who was
a non-resklent oL the was pot
qualified to sit as a grand juror in the
trial of this cause. As all of the gentle
men drawn filled all the requirements,
there were none excused.
The court said that in order to pre
serve the dignity of the court and to
maintain good order, five special depu
ties would be named. These are: H. C.
Lentz, Shoaf Poteat, J. D. Shoe, W. P.
Sleep and W. A. Steel.
The court also issued an order that
un 'or no circumstances, would a crowd
be allowed around the jury box. He
sai 1 all must stand back and give the
jui, men plenty of room and air.
i/r. J. S. Hall was named by Judge
Lo:ij as Foreman of the Jury.
Ia his charge to the jury Judge Long
dwelt at length on the crime of lynch
inr. He maintained that any one who
would engage in depriving a human
beir.i of his life by lynching, was ,in
the eyes ci Lae law, just as much a
mm lerer as the man who would shoot
his neighbor down. He stated that
wl.i.a he apprehended no act of vio
lent. e, that if it came tahim that there
W£3 any suggestion of™ plot to kill or
injure the prisoners he would for the
tin.o being, ignore the bill (if it should
be brought against five prisoners)
alr.l proceed at once with the trial of
thor;e implicated in such a plot.
This he said he would do if it requir
ed all the summer to ferret out the evi
dence in such cases.
At 12:30 o'clock court adjourned
to meet again at 2:30 o'clock.
When the prisoners reached Salis
bury last night they were temporarily
taken to a" livery stable in close prox
imity to the jail. While there the ne
gro preacher Mitchell who is supposed
to be one of the most, important wit
nesses in the case, became frightened
and asked Sheriff Julian to separate
him from the five prisoners. He said
he feared that if a mob were to come
along he would be strung up with the
rest of them.
Greatest Precaution Taken.
Salisbury, N. C., Aug. 6.—People
from the rural districts began to ar
rive in town early last evening to
be present at the trial today. A
large number of people were up all
night and were constantly patroling
the main streets. The prisoners were
expected to be brought up from Char
lotte this morning on the 5 o'clock
train, but when Sheriff Julian and
assistants went to Charlotte yester-!
day afternoon on the 3 o'clock train
it Was noised' around that they would
bring the five negroes to Salisbury
last night, and a good crowd of curi
ous ones were at the depot to meet
No. 12 at 8:30 o'clock, but the offi
cers had taken every precaution.
They did not believe it safe to bring
the men in this morning, although it
had been announced and published
that they would come in on the
early train. This was done in order
to throw those who might cause
trouble off the track. Sheriff D. R.
Julian, Deputy D. W. Julian and
Officer Poteat came in with the ne
groes on 34 about midnight. The
train was stopped at the ice factory
about a quarter of a mile from the
passenger depot, and the prisoners
taken off there. Other officers who
bad been advised of this plan met
them and the prisoners were taken
a back route to the jail. There are
: ■- >'
still vague mutterings in the air of
lynching, for this reason the greatest
precaution will be taken for the
safety of the men. A large force or
armed men is on duty and the jail
yards are kept clear. No one is al
lowed in the enclosure ar#und tne
prison except by special permission
of some one in authority. The peo
ple of. the city are hoping for a peace
ful trial and it is generally believed,
now that the special term has con
vened, that no violence will occur,
although the city is on nettles, less
some unforseen outbreak should
start. Sheriff Julian deserves praise
for the manner in which he has en
gineered the case so far, and his
good judgment, cool head and steady
nerve will be in evidence until the
trial is concluded. Solicitor Ham
mer arrived in the city Saturday and
has been devoting his entire time
preparing for the great trial.
HOW SHE GOES SHOPPING.
From the Washington Star.
"Is the counter"
"I want something to match that
"How wide? Oh, I don't know. Let
me see what you have first?"
"You must know the width? well
I don't see why. I'm sure I thought
you shopgirls were here to show peo
ple what they want and not to ask
"Well, I want it for a sash for my
little girl to wear with a pink dress
She's six years old."
"No, that's too light. How much?
It's entirely to expensive, too. Let me
see the next narrower width, and
hurry, please; I haven't all day to
spend over ope pieco of ribbon."
"Oh, that won't do. I should think
you could tell that without even look
ing at it. Same shade? No. it isn't.
It's entirely too dark. If there's one
thing I can do it is match colors,
and that isn't at all what I want."
"What's that piece over there? Too
wide? No, it isnt. Let me see it. Oh,
I didn't see that half of it was figur
ed. Of course it's too wide and awful
ly ugly at that. I wish you wouldn't
have such deceptive ribbons."
"Whero is my sample? I had it
just a moment ago. Didn't I give it
to you? I'm perfectly sure I did, and
you've probably gotten it mixed up
with all those ribbons and I'll never
"No, there's no use looking in my
bag. I'm sure it isn't there. You
might as well keep on looking for it,
for I know you had it last."
"Please don't be impertinent. 1
know what I'm talking about, but
just to prove that I'm right I'll look.
Why, here it is . I wondor how it
ever got in Oh, I know; it
must have dropped in when I got my
handkerchief out of the bag."
"Let me see some narrower ribbon.
Perhaps I can match it and it will
do just as well."
"You haven't any narrower? Are
you quite sure? They have it over
at Blank & Blank's, and I don't see
why you haven't it here. Well, then,
let me see some figured ribbon; prob
ably that will do though. I'd very
much rather have the plain."
"Oh, dear no. I don't want such
big flowers. Imagine them on a slx
>ear-old child! Dresden? No, I don't
want Dresden ribbon, cither. It's so
fussylooking. I should think you
would have some judgement about
the way you show ribbons and not
jump from the largest patterns to
the very smallest."
"I'm suro I don't- know. It's your,
business to know the pattern of
your ribbons, isn't it? But please hur
ry, for I must get this ribbon r.nd go
light home with K. My little girl is
going to a party this afternoon and
she's probably shrieking at top
of her lungs right now because I'm
not thero with her sash."
"Won't you attend strictly to me
and not answer other people's silly
questions? That woman could just as
well have asked the floorwalker
where she could get black ribbon."
"I suppose I'll have to take that
Dresden ribbon,though I don't like it.
Just cut off a yard and a half r.nd
I'll take it with me."
"Only two and a half yards in the
piece? I don't see why you won't cut
it. I've a great mind to report you
to the floorwalker for not telling me
that in the first place. This is cer
tainly the most provoking plnce to
shop. I could have done . over so
much better at Blank & Blank's."
"Then I'll have to take that piece
that you say matches tho silk. It's
perfectly horrid, but I suppose it's
the best I can do."
"No. I don't want it # charged.
What made you think I had a charge
account here? It's provoking enough
to come occasionally without doing
most of my shopping here because 1
can charge things."
"That piece is so expensive that 1
don't want but three-quarters of a
yard. I'll have to fix it into a regular
belt and not have long ends. Please
don't take all day to get the change
and tho pacel, either. This is the
slowest place I ever was in, and 1
shan't come here again when I'm in
OPPRESSIVE HEAT IN NEW YORK
Heat of Today Rivals That of Yester
day—People Sleep in Street.
New York, Aug. 6.—With a temper
ature of 78 and humidity 86 this
morning, today promises to prove
as oppressive as yesterday which re
corded the hottest weather of the
year, three deaths and many pros
trations being reported, early ana
thousands hastened to nearby re
sorts in quest of cooler atmosphere.
In the thickly populated districts
of East Side last night many persons
sought relief from the heat by sleep
ing on tho sidewalk, on fire escapes
and in the parks. One man while
asleep on a fire escape fell to street
and was killed.
A man's judgment is not to be men
tioned with the way a woman can do
things without any.
If you would be light-hearted quit
looking on the dark side of every
As a rule a young widow begins
ito get better looking about ten days
after the late lamented moves to the
A VETERAN OF THE SPANISH WAR
Po-ru-na Is a Tonic Especially
Adapted to the Prevention and Be
lief of All Catarrhal Ailments
Due to the Vicissitudes of
Climate and Exposure
Experienced by the
An Old Soldier's Praise.
Mr.F. A.Cox,Center Oak, Pa., writes:
"I was taken with hemorrhages of *he
stomach -and bad from one to three a
"The doctors said my stomaoh could
not be cured, and it was only a question
of how soon one of these spells would
kill me, and I was given up soveral
times, as they had no hopes for me.
"1 Anally wrote to you, and you said
if it was not acanceroratumor,reruna
would cure me.
"I commenced taking Peruna right
away, and have never had one of those
"I am an old soldier, one of Phil Sheri
dan's Rough Riders, and pretty nearly
played out now, but I have a pretty
good stomach again."
Assistant War Correspondent Bec
Mr. H. B. Manley, Assistant War Cor
respondent during the war in China,
care "Black and White," 688 Craig St., 1
Montreal, Canada, writes:
•'When a man travels in extremely hot
or cold climates, he realizes how valua
ble a friend ha has if he carries a bottle
of Peruna. .
"I know of no article in my traveling
outfit which I have learned to praise
"If you are suffering with the ex
treme heat, Peruna restores you, or it
you are afflicted with a cold, la grippe
or bronchitis, Peruna restores you in a
"Or if you suffer with sleeplessness or
if your appetite is poor, again Poruna
aots as a good, true friend and is the
"I have tried it for months and am
only too glad to acknowledge it as a
true, loyal standby in times of troublo.
1 do not hesitate to recommend it to all."
I. T. Markland, a well-known busi
nessman of Cincinnati, 0., address R. R,
No. lj Mt. Washington, Ohio, writes:
"1 find that in my oa.se Peruna 1a a
flesh builder. 1
Able to Work At the _ rtl _ . . .
Age of Seventy- now at work
Three Years. ever y day, and
have gained ten
pounds. 1 took your Peruna according
to directions and the result was more than
I expected. I took ao other medicine bul
Peruna, and it accomplished all. Yoa
told me in your first letter that yoa
thought Peruna would cure me and it
has. Jam seventyilhree years old and
can attend to my business as usual."
DON'T FOR GROWN-UPS.
From the Kansas City Jornal.
The pupils in one room in the Sa
betha schools were each recuired to
write a short composition.One of
them a boy of 13 years old, wrote the
"Us boys and girls are always bossed
around, and everybody says don't to
us. Here are some don'ts for you
grown people that I am going to
write in this essay, because I dassent
speak up and say em to anybody's
f'Don't tell us boys ans girls what
we can't eat and when we've got to
quit eatin'. We don't try to give you
advice about your eatjn's.
"Don't get excited when wo have
been away from the house a few
hours. We're all right. Ladies should
n't get so nervous.
"Don't tell us you're going to lick
us when we go to bed. There ain't
any fun till after it is over.
"Don't make us apologise. People
ought to apologize to us lots of times,
but they never do it. You bet we no
tice it, too.
"Don't be everlasting grabbing us
and straightening us out and pulling
at our clothes and poking your fin
gers in our ears to get the dirt out
>VE DON'T LIKE IT.
Don't always make us do your way,
We want to do our way once in a
"Don't nudge each other and ask
us silly questions, We're on to you
old smart Alecs.
"Don't make fun of us. We've got
feelings, although the big people
never seem to know it.
"Don't make us thank you' and all
that kind of business every time
■omebody hands us something! They
don't do it because they want us to
bow and scrape around. They do it
.because they were us themselves
"This ain't all the don'ts I know,
but I'll have to stop because the
teacher won't let me make the piece
When, a girl would like broiled
steak and French fried potatoes she
seems to think you would imagine
it worse than for her to have fat
Solicitors for a charitable enter
prise are offered more excuses than
SCOTTS EMULSION won't make a ?
m hump back straight, neither will it make W
I a short leg long, but it feeds soft bone 1
m ind hea,s diseased bene and is among %
A the few genuine means of recovery In m
■ rickets and bone consumption. k
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, friemista,
■ 409-4 is Pearl Street, New York. ■
50c. and $1 too; all druggists. g
His Great Faith In Pe-ru=na.-
Gallant Porto Rican Soldier Gives Praise ty Pe-ru-na.
,» Col. Arthur L. Hamilton, of the Seventh Ohio Volunteers, writes from
250 Goodale St.; Columbus, 0., as follows: • >
! "Besides having the merits of Peruna fully demonstrated In rqy tarn'S
I lly, I have a number of Mends who have taken It for catarrh and atom-)
11 ach trouble and all unite In praising /t As a remedy for catarrh, I can
,[ fully recommend It."
]i In a later letter to Dr. Hatfman, Col. Hamilton writes:
"My command used your Peruna during our service In the Spanish- !»
A merlcan War and I will say this, that It the .War Department records are i 1
> consulted, It will be found that the casualties In my regiment were less \
' than In any other regiment of the Army Corps while at Camps Alger, ]'
( i Meade and Bushnell. The total deaths in my regiment, during the seven i 1
> months' service, WMgf *even out of a total number of 1400. /, of course, '[
' cannot help but tonmtbat Peruna certainly was a great benefit to my !»
S command." —. ]>
i| ia * recent letter. Col. Hamilton aoyp,:
J i ' J have used Peruna myself ao&t/ny family for the last seven years. '!
/ have already written you aboutJtsmod results I experienced with your !>
| remedy during the Span/sh-A meripart ~War." >
In old ape the mucous membranes be
come thickened and partly lose their
This leads to partial loss of hearing,
smell and taste, as well a* digestive dis
Peruna corrects all this by its efficient
operation on all the mucous membranes
of the body.
One bottle will convince anyone. Once
used and Peruna becomes a life-long
stand-by with old and young.
For free medical advice, address Dr.
S. B. Hartmar, President of The Hart
man Sapitarium,Columbus, O. All cor
respondence b«ld strictly confidential.
DEATH FROM LAUDANUM.
Mr. Jcftb Burch, of Durham, Dies
From an Overdose of the 'Deadly
Lariiam, Aug. G.—Mr. Joab Burch,
p. prominent man of this city, yester
day in Lake City. S. C., committed
suicide by taking laudanum. As to
the fact whether Mr. Burch intend
ed the rash act, or took an overdose
of laudanum through mistake is not
known. He left Durham about three
weeks ago for South Carolina to buy
tobacco. Nothing was heard from him
until Saturday night when a message
was sent to his brother of this city
to come at once he was in a danger
ous condition. At an early hour this
morning news was received of his
death, and saying that it was caused
from taking laudanum.
Mr. Burch had made Durham his
home for the past fifteen years,
coming to this place from' Lyon coun
ty, where he spent his early life. At
different times he has made his homS
at several points in South' Carolina.
He was married to 9. Miss Lea, of
this city, and is surviyed by a wif£
three children, two Inralhere and two
sisters. He was prominent in busi
ness circles, having been connected
with a number of tobacco warehouses.,
in Durham. The remains will be
brought to Durham for burial. ..rj
Germany Cannot. Participate in
Berlin, Aug. 6.—The foreign office
authorizes the Associated Press to
say the German government regrets
that the plans of the navy department
for maneuvers in September include
every ship available and preclude
retaching ships to visit the United
States on tho occasion of the Ameri
can-German yacht contest oft Marble
—— • '" .
Towns Wins Championshio.
Sidney, N. S. W. July 28.—George
Towns won back the title of the worlds
champion sculler and $2,500 by de
feating James Stanbury on Paramatta
river three miles and 330 yards, which
he covered in 19 minutes 53 1-5 sec
New York, Aug. 6. —All grades of
refined sugar were advanced 10 cents
on the hundred pounds today.
is in thousands of,homes
as Death claims, in each one, another
victim of Consumption' or Pneumon
ia. But when Coughs ajid Colds are
properly treated, the tragedy is aver
ted, t F. G. Huntley, of Oaklandon,
Ind., writes; "My wife had the con
sumption, and three doctors her*
up. Finally she toolrDr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, which curei her, and to-day
germs of all diseases(uvbgkqvbgkqvb
she is well and strong." It kills the
germs of all diseases. One dose rp
lieves. Guaranteed at 50c and Sl.OO
by C. M. Shuford and E. B.s-Menzie
druggist. Trial bottle free , j
Mr. Fred Derseweh, Ridgetop, Tenn.,
"Wo have been using Peruna for five
years. 1 believe that it la the best med
icine that I know or. «
"I aud my wife and ohr thirteen chil
dren do not need any doctor, since w#
Pe-ru-na Contains Ho Narcotic*.
Oue reason why Peruna has found
permanent use in so many homes is that
it contains no narcotic cf any kind.
Peruna has no bad effect upon tha
system, and gradually eliminates ca
tarrh by- removing the ciumi 1 of'tLtv'
Wilmington Man Takes the Drug
But is Saved by .Quick Remedies.
Wilmington, Aug. 6. —Saturday
night while very much under the in
fluence of liquor Ed Russ, a well
known young man about town, drank
about two ounces of laudanum. Russ
went into the Crescent Cigar Store
on Market street and it was there
that those in the store discovered
that he had taken the opiate. An
antidote was quickly given him and
the work of getting the laudanum
out of him began. An emergency
call was also sent to the James Wal
ker Memorial Hospital and the ambu
lance quickly responded to the call.
Tt is not known why Russ drank lau
danum whether with suicidal intent
or not, though no cause can be given
fdr his wanting to take his own life.
It is presumed that he was so much
under the influence of whiskey th'at
he didn't know what he was doing.
The laudanum, however, did not take
effect owing to the promptness of
those in the cigar store and Russ is
out again today.
Greatly in Demand.
Nothing is more in demand than a
medicine which meets modern require
ments for a blood and system cleanser,
as Dr. King's New Life Pills.
-They are just what you need to cure,
stomach and liver troubles. Try them.
Al C. M. Shuford and E. B. Menzies
drug store, 25c., guaranteed/
.DR. GOODE DEAD.
Popular Physician of Cleveland Coun
ty Died Friday—Court Adjourns.
Shelby, Aug. 6. —Dr. GoQde,
one of the most popular and well
known physicians of the county, died
Friday at his home at Waco. Mr.
(toode had been ill for some time
with fever, after which complications
set in from which he died.
The funeral service was held
Saturday at 11 o'clock at Bulah
Church, where he was interred. The
pastor, Rev. Lum Hoyle, and Rev.
Mr. Clegg. Dr. Goode was 41 years
of age. He leaves a wife and six
children. He was buried with Ma
Cleveland court finished its ' work
and adjourned Saturday. Many of
the cases were continued.
Mrs. C. A. Jones, of King's Moun
tain, came in Saturday to be at the
bedside of Mrs. R. S. Jones who is
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laughing eyes, take Hollister's Rocky
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Bean the /) The Kind Yoa Ran Always Bought
Sam the ■ /»The Kind You Han Always Bought
A QUARTETTE OF POLITICIANS
Republican Leaders Meet With Presi
dent Roosevelt to Talk Over Affairs.
By Associated Press.
Oyster Bay July 23. —A quartette of
Republican leaders went to Sagamore
Hill to talk over the" coming congres
sional campaign with President Rooe
velt. The party consisted of Speaker
Cannon, Representatives Sherman,
chairman of the campaign committee;
Loudenslarger of New Jersey, and Mc-
Kinley of Illinois, secretary and treas
urer of the committee. said
the President was not going to be the
leader of the campaign but-was
to co-operate most heartily in
way he could.
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pain in vtui- stomaca, cowotipaiiou:
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
make you well and keep you w&l. 35
cents. E. E. Menzio*
Do Not Neglect Your Bowles.
ieaedsnM ourisayesc rSmh ,d -o od
Many serious diseases arise from
neglect of the bowles. Chamberlain's
neglect of the bowles. Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets are a
pleasant and agreeable laxative. They
invigorante the liver and regulate the
bowels. For sale by Shuford Drug Co.
Arm one of your friends to" he lk .rrte*
soon? If so, you will want a nice pre*
ent for them. Sterling silvar and eel
glass make exquisite gifts (hat are al
ways useful. Write us for auythli)
TOU may need In this line.
HUFHAM & WILLIAMS
The undersigned attorneys have
lormed a partnership for the prac
tice of law in litigated cases only
Tbe office of Mr. Hufham will continue
at Hickory as hitherto, and that ot
Mr. Williams at Newton. Persons de
siring to do business with the firm
may consult either of the members
as convenience may suggest. May 16
THOS. M. HUFHAM.
R. R. WILLIAMS.
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OF THE /\ Z* R ML, V-/
TO MEXICO AND RETURN
One .Fare, Plus 25 Cents.
August 14th to September Ist inclusive. Tickets will be
good ninety dajs from date of sale and will allow liberal
stop-overs. This is an exceptionally low rate and is open
, v, to .the public: ....
Go see the National Museum, The Cathedrals, Bishops Pal
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The land of the Manana where every street and plaza has
some old legend and where it is possible to forget you were
ever in a hurry.
The route is via Memphis and che Iron Mountain Route
through Little Rock, Historic Sau Antonia, Laredo, Monterey
and San Luis PotosL
TO HOT SPRINGS AND RETURN
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> Tickets will be sold daily from points in the Southeast up
to September 30th and will have a final limit of Octo
ber 31st. This is the best limit we have ever had on Hot
Springs Tickets at this low rate.
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• I. E. REHLANDER,
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Oastonia Lv. 10 38 am S 00 am
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Newton, .. ... .....,.. Lv. 424 pm 700 am
Llncolnton ....7". JiT. 502 pm 900 am
Gastonia ....... ...» Lv. 600 pm J2 10 am
1 30 pip
YovkvJlle . Lv. 650 pm 305 pm
Chester »... i.. Ar. 745 pm 445 pm
Chester—Southern Ry., S. A. L. and L. & C
Liimclntc..—a a. L.
• Newton and Hickory—Southern Railway. ' k
Lenoir—Blowing Rock Stage Line atd C. N.
a. F. liEiD, J. P. A., 8. C3.
South Fork Institute
For Young Ladies and Young Men.
OPENS SEPT. 4th, 1906.
* Beautiful Mountain Scenery, High and Healthy.
.Tuition per month: Literary, $2 to $3; Music $2 to $3; Art and Elocu
tion, $1 to $2; Bookkeeping $3O; Stenography and Typewriting $35; the
three courses of Bookkeeping, Stenography and Typewriting, $5O. ~Guarant
ee a complete course in 9 months.
Board and Room: —Young men at Mountain View Inn, $6 to $7; Young
Ladles at Oakrlale Home, ?6 to $7. ,
Pleasant Horrte Treatment. Faculty of Six Teachers*
Write for catalogue. , j -
I 1 J. J. PAYSEUR, Princioal.i
.. IP Maiden, nL C.
Wiaere will you and the maid, (Mad
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Why not take a flyu- (Our Flyer)
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It only takes a day. Leave 3t. Louis
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The next morning early . you are in
Living is Cheap. Write for descrip
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To Denver, July 9th to 14th, account
meeting B. P. O. Elks.
To San Francisco, June 24th
To Colorado and Salt Lake City afl
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