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The Raleigh Enterprise from Raleigh, North Carolina • Page 8

The Raleigh Enterprise from Raleigh, North Carolina • Page 8

Raleigh, North Carolina
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8 THE RALEIGH ENTEUPKISE. Thursday, March 22, 190G. Local Matt er ARD A E. Farmers and mechanics FIND AT Carolina Hardware Company Best selection of General Hardware In the city of Raleigh. Cook Stoves, Oils, Paints and Brushes.

Rear End of City Market, on Wilmington Street, Mrs. G. H. Kelland died of heart trouble at her home on North Salisbury Street Tuesday night, aged 54. A whiskey drummer bought $25.00 worth of whiskey in half pints bottles from the dispensary yesterday and authorized the employees of that institution to give it away, it being the brand he was selling.

The advertising scheme was stopped by Commissioner Cowper when he heard of it. Preparations are on foot for the opening of the Farmers' Warehouse in this city, for the sale of leaf tobacco for the aprpoaching season. It will be operated by Mr. T. F.

Cheatham, and is to be put in thorough condition. Mr. G. M. Perry, of Youngsville, has been engaged as book-keeper and Mr.

J. F. Ragan, of this city will be auctioneer. The outlook is bright for a very successful tobacco market here this season. Senator Clark, of Montana, who has made many millions out of his mining operations, was in Raleigh Tuesday.

He stopped over to inspect some paintings owned by Mr. Telfair Horton. The pictures were painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds, of England, during the revolutionary war, and were owned by the great-grandparents of Mr. Horton. Senator Clark wanted to buy the pictures, but the Horton family would not sell them.

Mgemrlts Waited To Write LIFE INSURANCE for the PEOPLE'S MUTUAL BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION OF NORTH CAROLINA. BIG MONEY TO A HUSTLING MAN. More than $40,000 Paid to Home People Last Yean All Money Kept at Home and Paid Only to Home People. No high salaried officers to support. Apply to- G-9.

E. EC IMG, WANTED AT ONCE! RALEIGH, N. Box ZS2 Girls Wanted To work on Men's Underwear. Nice clean work. Wages paid while learning as much as $2.60 and $3.00 per week, according to age.

Experienced hands make irom $4.50 to $6.00 per week. Railroad fare advanced. F. W. KOHLER.

Supt. Raleigh N. C. Mules and Horses. We always have an extra fine supply of Mules and Horses on hand.

Can suit all customers. Call and inspect our stocks J. PAGE MULE COMPANY, WILL TAYLOR, Salesman, Raleigh, N. C. Ten girls fourteen years old and over, at Raleigh-Cotton Mill.

Good wages. Apply at Mill to fi. B. GREftSON, Supi Mrs. S.

W. Terrell is very ill at her home at Rolesville. Dr. P. E.

Ilines is much hotter. He is able to sit up a while each day now "Dora Thor'ne" will be the attraction at the Academy Friday night, 23rd. The company is said to be a good one. The College Infirmary at Wake Forest is in course of erection. The building will accommodate twenty patients and will cost about $7,000.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton Banks, who live near McCullers, have the sympathy of numerous friends in the loss of their four-year-old son, Bright, whose death was caused by penu-mouia. Mr.

Y. II. Bostwick, superintendent of the Copperville Briek Company at Band's Station, lias returned from Ulrica, X. and is getting ready to begin the work for the season. C1ora Sumner, Emma Richardson, and Bertha Brown, all charged with conducting houses of ill fame in this city, were arrested this week.

Many witnesses were summoned. All declined to testify. Mr. Frank C. Hatfield, who has been head cutter in a prominent New York tailoring establishment, has arrived in Raleigh, and will be cutter for the Bridgers Tailoring Co.

He will bring his family later. The theatrical trust, if there be one, ought to explain why it placed "Not Like Other Girls" on the market. This aggregation appeared at the Academy Monday night. It was absurd, ridiculous ind nonsensical. Thomas Hughes, a blind man who is connected with the State Institution for the blind, has brought suit against the W.

If. King Drug Co. for damages. Hughes walked into a cellar door which had been left open and was injured. Mr.

F. A. Whitaker will be at Finchs' School House, House's Creek township, at 7 p. m. Friday, to organize a farmer club; also at Wake Forest at i p.

m. Saturday. These clubs are branches of the Southern Cotton Growers' Associtiou, and all the progressive farmers ought to attend. i Various opinions are expressed as to the effect of the recent cold snap upon the peach trees, which are now in bloom. Some say that they are bound to all be killed, others express the reverse opin ion.

Ex-Senator F. A. Whitaker says that he has heard that peaches are never killed in Miss Mabel Honicutt and Mr. Nathan Hdge, of Marks Creek township, were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Arte-mus Honeycutt, in St. Matthew's township, last Thursday night. The bride and groom are both popular in their respective neighborhoods and were the recipient of numerous ents. Three old buildings which have long been eye-sores in this city, are being torn down. One of them, a two-story frame building, was located on Martin street, between the Tucker building and the Capital Club.

The other two were located on Davie street in rear of the Gov. Fowle residence, now occupied by Col. C. L. Harris.

Mr. II. E. Kingt was fined $25 and costs for carrying a concealed weapon and $15 and costs for an alleged assault with the same weapon, in Judge Badger's court Monday afternoon. Mr.

King had some words with II. B. Taylor, colored, Saturday night and drew the pistol to defend himself when he believed that Taylor and two companions were about to attack him. GO TO THE BARHAM HOUSE AT FUQUAY SPRINGS, N. For Health, Convenience and Comfort.

Ratks. 81.00 per day or $6,00 per wee. R. BARHAM, Proprietor, Fuquay BprlngB, N. RALEIGH'S FASTEST GROWING STORE E.

N. FIRESTONE, 14 E. HARGETT, BETWEEN FAYETTEVILLE AND WILMINGTON STREETS Our Spring line of Ladies' Ready-Made Garments has arrived. Latest makes of Spring Coats, Skirts, Waists. We are also handling this spring ladies' hats, latest make, at a price never offered in this city.

Pay us a visit before going elsewhere and we assure you we will save money. Raleigh's Fastest Growing Store. INCORPORATED! CAPITAL STOCK $30,000.00 Not the cheapest, but preeminently the best. These are the largest, oldest and best equipped schools in North Carolina a positive, provable FACT. 1,000 former students holding positions in North Carolina.

Positions guaranteed, backed by written contract. Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typewriting, English, taught by experts. Send for handsome Catalogue, its free. Address, CA7G BUSUNESS COLLEGE, Charlotte, Af. C.

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