THS CHAEL6W1 Ww. AUGUST 29 "19 1 f 10 ' i " 1 1 " " 1 1 " "" 1 "' ' ' " " i 1 1 " i r - ' 1 1 1 HAND SCHOOL DAYS ABE AT LIST 0F1EACHERS Announcements are made by the fcity school board of the following appointments of teachers for the current se?s!on, the list being completed this morning for the printed report of the board: White Graded School No. 1 South Graded School, Morehead street and Boulevard. F. P. Wyche, principal. Grade Ninth F. P. Wyche, Mary Belle Miller. Grade Eighth Charlee Hutchison, Bertha Donnelly, Fannie B. Moore, Sara Kelly. Grade Seventh Josephine Osborne, Maud McKlnnon, Julia D. Roberts, Jessie Henderson, Ursula Blankenship. Grade Sixth Mrs. Lois H. Ardrey, Kate Harris, Helen Clifford, Leonore Seay, Josephine Henderson, Miriam Gryder. Grade Fifth Sunie Todd, Helen Matthews. Evelyn Rucker. Grade Fourth Edith Ward, Ellen Jamison. Grade Third Jennie Patterson, Nina Howell. Grade Second Alice Moore, Willie Wakefield. Grade One Alice Holland, Lelia Young. White Graded School No. 2. North School, corner Ninth and Brevard streets. H. P. Harding, prln rir.a I Senior and Junior High School grades H. P. Harding, liliani B Tavic; Worth Anderson. Grade Fifth Cornie Fore, John Miller, Rena Clements, Florence Jam ison. ftrads Fourth Gertrude Smith Eunice Anderson, Anna Wehmer, No rn Relle Wilson. Grade Third EUe Grier, Mary Irwin, Rose Walsh. Grade Second Mrs. Clifford, Hat-tie Graham, Blanche Austin. Grade One Fannie Henderson, Bettie Nash, Allie Nooe. Vhite Graded School No. 3. Summit Avenue, Dilworth. Pierce Wyche, principal. Grade Seventh Pierce Wyche. Grade Sixth Fannie Porter. Grade Fifth Callie Squires. Grade Fourth Zoe Hackett. Grade Third Marguerite Springs. Grade Second Kathleen Beatty. Grade One Mrs. Essie Blanken-Ehip, Miss Mary Graham. White Graded School No 4. G. P.. Heilig, principal. .Grade Seventh G. P. Heilig. Grade Sixth Eunice Hoover. Grade Fifth Agnes Phifer. Grade Fourth Miss Keister. Grade Third Evelyn Nesbit, Miss Clifford. Grade Second Katie Hope Robinson, Annie Cashion. Grade One Mary Dorsey, Daisy Cuthbertson. White Graded School No 5. Elizabeth Mills Grade One, Two, Three Anna B. Carr, principal. White Graded School No. 6. Seversville. Grades One. Two. Three Addie Brown, principal. White Graded School No. 7. Grove ton. Mrs. Chalmers Moore, principal; Bertha Howlands. White Graded School No. 8 Myers Park. Mabel Trotter, principal. Grade Second Myrtle Long. White Graded School No. 9. Fifth Ward School, Highland Park. ' Grade One Hattie Alexander, prin-Jlpal. Grade Second Alida Oliver. Grades Third and Fourth Lorna Squires. White Graded School No. 10. Sallie Bethune, principal. Grade One Sallie Bethune, Mary Wiley. Grade Second Mary A. Nash, Mary Maxwell. Grade Third Ida Hand, Lucy Hen-Jerson. Appointments for the colored Ujhools 'are as follows: Colored Grared School No. 1. South Myers street. S. B. Pride, principal. Grade Eighth S. B. Pride. Grade Seventh Jesse Pride, Zella Alston. Grade Sixth Emma D. Wyche, Hannah Stewart. Grade Fifth X. L. Leary, Mary Springs. ' Grade Fourth Sadie Washington, Ella Creswell, Rosa Barber. Grade Third Sadie Hoskins, May McCullough, Mary Wyche, T. W. Green. Grade Second N. E. Leary, Maggie, Arthur, Willie Massey, Nettie Hagler. Grade One Addie McKnight, M, L. Cardwell, Louise Barber. Supernumeraries Maude Wilson, Miss McKnight, Miss Hoskins, Willie Xlrown, Minnie Phifer, Creola Means. Colored Graded School No. 2. Eiddleville. Grade One Hattie Neal, principal. Grade Second C. C. Springs. Colored Graded School No 3. Grade One Blanche Tyson. Grade Second L. Cardwell. Teachers Meet Friday. Preparations are being rapidly com-.pleted for the openingf of the schools. The list of teachers and their reapor-tionment and the changes In text-books have been made. Friday morning at 9:30 o'clock the teachers will meet In the South graded school for discussion of various mat-, ters before the formal opening. The list of teachers in both white and colored schools and the grades in which they "will instruct this session are given above. Very few changes have been made In the text-books, It being the policy of the school authorities to avoid frequent and wholesale changes as far as possible. It has been found advisable, however, to use to a large extent the books which are adopted for use in the schools throughout the state. The book dealers will be Informed as to the changes and patrons can get Information at the book stores. Lists are being printed today. Old books will be taken in exchange at a fair valuation, acording to their condition, of course. Vaccination. Proof of vaccination -will be required. 7 MM Kills Dudriff Germs Banubes Scalp Itch Stop Fftlliof Hair Mke the Hair Grow Or Monty Back Parisian Sage is a perfect hair dressing' and hair feeautifier. The girl with the Auburn hair on every bottle. Take no other. Druggists everywhere. 60 CENTS Sold and Guaranteed fcr R. H. JORDAN & CO. With Its Capital and Profits of $860,000 The Commercial National Bank OF CHARLOTTE, N. C. Is Prepared to Take Care of Your Account Whether Large or Small and Respectfully Solicits Same. WE HAVE MONEY TO LEND as- already stated in The News. Complete medical inspection was made at the end of last session. Arrangements are now pending with the Medi cal Board with the view of having the latter appoint inspectors to make frequent visits to the schools this session PREPARING FOR THE DOCTORS At its recent convention in this city, the North Carolina Medical Association decided to meet in June. 1912. at Hendersonville. Already that hustling little city, Hendersonville, is beginning to pre pare ior tne visit of the state physi cians. The Hendersonville Herald savs: "At, a called meeting of the physicians of the Henderson-Polk County Medical Society at the court house the first steps and plans were outlined and discussed looking toward the en tertainment of the North Carolina Medical Association in Hendersonville in June iyiz. "The following is a list of the committee on arrangements: Dr. A. B. Drafts. Dr. W. R. Kirk. Dr. J. R. Williams, Dr. G. E. Dixon and Dr. L. B. Morse, chairman of Hendersonville, and Dr. E. McQ. Salley, Salnda. and Dr. W. M. Lyday, of Penrose, N. C. Penrose, N. C. All the physicians of the county society are appointed on the ' reception committee. The finance committee Is composed of Mr. J. C. Morrow, Dr. J. R. Williams and Dr. L. B. Morse. It was the consensus of opinion the society that Hendersonville should give the doctors of the state one of the warmest welcomes which they have ever before received. It is to be re membered that this is the first time that we have ever been able to get the state society here. Numbers of places smaller than Hendersonville have had the privilege of entertaining this association, but this is the first for the fair city of Hendersonville. Everj' member present was enthusias tic in his belief that we should spare no efforts to make the meeting a red-letter one in the history of the association. At the recent meeting of the state association in Charlotte there were large numbers of people who express ed a desire to come tx Hendersonville. It was surprising to learn how many had heard of the attractions of this city, but had never been here. All expressed themselves as wanting to come, and It is safe to say that we will likely have the largest number here that has ever attended a similar meeting of this organization. No effort was spared in publicity both prior to the last meeting and at the time the physicians were in Charlotte. "The physicians of the county so ciety, as a society, voted unanimously to appropriate the sum of $200 as the first subscription to the fund. "In the near future the finance com mittee will call upon the citizens of the town, and it is hoped that every one will feel it to his advantage to make liberal donations in behalf of this important meeting. No other convention has ever been held in Hender sonville that should be of such bene fit as the coming one. An effort will be made to have the physicians bring their families to these beatiful mountains." Saturday, September 2nd Is the Date of Opening New Series eckf enbere - B & L Ass M No matter what your occupation is you should not fail to gat in this series. A. G. CRAIG, Secretary PHONE 1436 TRUST BLDG. 0 The Charlotte B.&L. Association Will Open Its 44th Series, Saturday, Aug, 5 Money Deposited Here is Safe, Earns More Than 6 and is Not Subject to Taxation. As an Investment or Saving Proposition it Offers Most Favorable Advantages to its Shareholders. Ask Us For Information J. H. VAN NESS, Pres. WILLIS BROWN, Sec. & Treas. OFFICE 203 NORTH TRYON STREET IF A MAN WILL KEEP HAMMERING v set refults" That is wnat a Prominent business man m , the other day. It's true and that Is why we occupy this SDacP t0 Us We want the readers of The NEWS to learn two thinss hr, .Company: Dgs about this 1st. That it makes a better and safer Executor, Trustee and r,v than an individual. . , ' ana Guardiaa 2nd. That it solicits your surplus funds to loan out for von cent per annum on first mortgage Mecklenburg Real Estate". per THE SOUTHERN REAL ESTATE LOAN & TRUST CO. SPECIAL THIS WEEK H. C.j SHERRILL Phone 162. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE FIRE INSURANCE 16 E. Trade St. This ls the season merchants and others will be increasing their inur-aDie property, hence additional protection should be taken which I offer m the very strongest companies in the business. Phone 1436. A. G. CRAIG REAL ESTAE AND INSURANCE Trust Building, Reese & Alexande? Installing Fountain The new soda fountain for the Reese & Alexander drug store is being rapidly installed and is expected to be in operation tomorrow. Mr. Harry Tally, formerly of Hawley's, will be head dispenser of drinks and will serve every variety from the early morning "dope" to the latter-in-the-day thirst quencher. The fountain is a 12-foot innovation with the latest improvements. It is fitted with 12 syrups and two 5-gallon ice cream packers. It is also an Iceless, requiring no packing of coils or syrups that they may be kept cold. The inno vation is made by R. M. Green & Sons, of Philadelphia. There will doubtless- be quite a run on the new place tomorrow to test the flavor and quality of the popular proprietors' offerings. Woodmen Shelter Conjederate Veterans The veterans are smiling once more. They have a permanent home. The Woodmen of the World have of fered them the use of their hall over W. L. Hand & Co.'s drug store on East .trade street. They will Ditch their tent there. moving their valuables tomorrow or next day. Tribute to Dr. Eulten Dev. Dr. H. H. Hulten left yesterday for Hendersonville, where last night he began a two-weeks meeting in the First Baptist church. In noting the coming of Dr. Hulten the Hendersonville Daily Herald says: "Dr. Hulten is one of the fore most divines of the entire country and the people of this community have a rare treat in store." Most Unusual. ,.f:. "Strange things happen." "Yes. For instance, I once met an actor at a summer resort and was acquainted with him a whole day before he told me he was on the stage." Beautiful Woodlawn The cosy, artistic BUNGALOWS, in this Charlotte's nearest and most desirable suburb, will especially appeal to persons of taste and refinement. Magnificent oak trees, affording splendid shade, and the freedom from dust, noise and traffic, all combine to make WOODLAWN an ideal HOME location. Only one block from car line and within easy walking distance from the Square. If you want a HOME that you will be.nroud of. and that vou will real ly enjoy living in, come in and let us plan, your BUNGALOW according to your especial taste and requirements. Our prices are very reasonable and terms easy. Let us show you waat we can ao. The IcCluna Realty o. 9d finn4h Tiffin C W r I i.pi FOR SALE We have for sale some very desirable dwellings located in the very best sections of the city, all of which are new and modern in all respects, including hot air heat: 9-roflm dwelling, corner Travis and 5th St. 8-room dwelling, corner 7th St. and Louise Ave. 8-room dwelling, East 8th St., between Louise Ave. and Haw-thorn Lane. 7-room house Miller Ave., Elizabeth Heights. ' --, 5-room Bungalow, West Avenue. The above dwellings are all very desirable, and we will be very glad to show you one or all of them at your convenienca. For further information call at office, or 'phone Carolina Realty Go. 211 N. Tryon St. , I fi 'Phone 609. 3 Vacant Lots For on Elizabeth Avenue Must be sold as a whole and not separated. The property is on this side of the creek on the shady side of the street. This entire property including 3 lots can be bought for $3,000.00. J. E. MURPHY & CO 'PHONE 842. 229 S. TRYON ST. i! Phone 1254. TROW OUT THE LINE. Give Them Help and Many Charlotte People Will Be Happier. "Throw Out the Life Line" The kidneys need help. They're overworkoS g??.'t get the poison filtered out cf tbe blood. They re getting worse every min ute. Will you help them? Doan's Kidney Pills have brought thousands of kidney sufferers back from the verge of despair. Charlotte testimony proves their worth. Mrs. M. C. McAnulty, 910 N. David son St.. Charlotte, N. C, says: "I had been afflicted with kidney complaint so long that I had almost given up hope of finding a cure. A friend finally recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to me and I got a box at R. H. Jordan & Co.'s Drug Store. Soon after I be gan their use, the pain in my back left me and I was able to rest well. Doan's Kidney Pills helped me so much in every way that it is a pleas ure to recommend them." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. . . CASTOR I A ' .For Infant and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Wildman, Sr. (to son home from college) Well, Richard, how have things been going with you this term? Wildman, Jr. Pretty slow, dad except the cash. Boston Transcript. "Are your neighbors gossipy?" asked Billings. "Some of them must be," answered Gittings, "judging by the reports to me." Buffalo Express. WIFE GOT TIP TOP ADVISE. "My wife wanted me to take our boy to the doctor to cure an ugly boil," writes D. Frankel, of Stroud, Okla. 'I said 'put Bucklen's Arnica Salve on it.' She did so, and it cured the boil in a short time." Quickest healer of Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Corns, Bruises, Sprains,- Swellings. Best Pile cure on earth. Try it. Only 25c at W. L. Hand & Co. For Rent RESIDENCES. 6-room apartment, 415 N. College St $30,00 7 rooms, modern, 712 East 5th St" 25.00 4 rooms, Villa Heights 8.00 3 rooms, corner West 8th St. and 1. R- 700 4 rooms. Villa Heights , per week 1-50 5 rooms, 501 E. Oak St 10.00 7 rooms, modern, 1405 E. 7th St 22.50 5 rooms, 307 S. Myers St .... 8-50 6- room apartment, 419 N. Col-4-room apartment In Elmore Apartments 30.00 6 rooms, 918 N. Caldwell.. .. 10.00 lege SJt -.. S0.00 7 rooms, modern, 1511 S. Boulevard 25.00 7 rooms, modern. East 5th St. extended 20.00 8 rooms, modern, 310 N. Church St.. .. 35.00 7- rooms, modern, 7J8 E. 4th St. . 25.00 Brown & Co. HAVE YOU LOOKED 'EM OVER, SARAH? Have you found one that fills the bill just quite as well as the Mutual? One finds out things by studying and investigating. That's wny people like this boat. It's our first, consideration. All else is secondary. Why, you aon t go to a lellow who occasionally cuts a corn off to take out your appendix or amputate a leg. Not on your life. You rush to headquarters; to a fellow who loves his proession; toone that knows how. JUST SO, MY DEAR SARAH, we love the Mutual. We know its powers to a dead certainty, for we burn the midnight oil in furthering its every interest. Building & Loan people come to us for they have found we are headquarters, and that this ship has no superior anywhere, yea, and few equals. THE NEW SERIES WILL OPEN Saturday night, September 2nd, you may as well get the best. No difference in the fare. No speculation in our figures and statements. Applications for loans can be filed at once. v REMEMBER THE DATE, SEPT. 2ND. COME THEN OR EARLIER. E. L. Keesler, Sec. & Treas. PHONE, 344. , 25 S. TRYON ST. For R.entf Modern 6-room cottage 306 E. 9th .... $20.00 Modern 5-room cottage, 904 W. Trade . . 22.50 5-room cottage Pegram St , 10 00 3-room house So. Harrell St., per week .... ' 1.25 3- room house, 902 West 3rd, per week 1.50 Modern 8-room house, 305 E. 9th 30.00 Modern 8-room house, 700 N. Poplar St .... 26.00 Modern 9-room house 313 East 9th street ', 35.00 er 5-room cottage 408 East 7th street 18.00 7-room house 2 W. Liddell St ... . ..." 16 00 t"m v0use 320 N- McDowell street il.OO Mt OID1cho,? 28 S. Graham street .... 15.00 5-room house 18 West Palmer street 9 50 4- room house B04 West 10th street .. ............. 10 Jo Nice 5-room house in Sunny Side slate roof innn 5"r00tenahntU!!.5.12 N- Mc"- wfll ltl and repair" to smi'desirable 10-0 5- room honse507EWtVth street" '1 .77. ' iaq J. Arthur Henderson & Bro. "FIRE S NSURANCE 104J Acres$39.00 Per Acre We offer for a few days only one of the most attractive farm propositions to be found. Macadam road, 25 acres good timber, pasture land, and rented this year for 2250 lbs. lint cotton, 10 per cent on investment See us now. " Peoples Loan & Realty Co. W. L. Nicholson, Manager. "V C. R. McGinn, Salesman. ,. 309 Realty Building. Phone 313. For S&Je A few of those beautiful "Club Acres" left and for sale on good easy terms. Better see us soon. - Three, four and five-room houses in "East End," close to the car line. Some real cozy places, with good improvements. Vacant lots and some valuable farms. W. T. Wilkinson & Co. J. A. BROWN, Notary Public. When in Doubt Buy at Piedmo There's a reason several of them. At PIEDMONT you need not wait for possible future developments In the years to come. PIEDMONT already has macadamized main streets, PIEDMONT already has electric car line, PIEDMONT already has city water mains, Myy ' PIEDMONT already, has city - sewerage system, PIEDMONT already ,has electric lights, PIEDMONT already has gas for cooking purposes. And also PIEDMONT has high", healthful location, T'T-PIEDMONT is within ten minutes' run of the city. For HOME or for INVESTMENT buy at PIEDMONT. About 200 lots alreadv solfl . Vnnr tymina f easiest of terms or with liberal discount for cash. F. C. Hbtimtt EVERTHING IN REAL ESTATE Attractive Investments In Mill Stocks, Bank Stcck and Bonds. Don't Forget That We Write Fire Insuracc ' in Strong Companies.
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