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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1909.
The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1881. Hi THAD R. MANNING. THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1900. Ah the Atlanta Constitution says, "rood roads nmke pjood people. You don't have to swear the Sabbath day away trying to gel. the ox out of the ditch. J-et'g have more good roads. They are a cheap investment in more ways than one. A North Carolina man eloped with three women. The name of the asy lum from which lie escaped is not mentioned. Atlanta C onstitution. Of course he was insane at te mo ment of committing the deed, and therefore not responsible for hn ar t. That is according to North Carolina law and justicef?) A phksk dispatch from Roanoke Rapids says Samuel F. Patterson, largely interested in two cotton mills at that place, will organize the Pat terson Mills Co., to build another plant to be equipped with 22,000 spindles, 7-",0 looms, etc., and op erated by electricity, the product to be ginghams. This plant will cost about .;.o,ooo. Coi'yim; in full our editorial on the Riggers verdict in Mecklenburg court, under the heading, Whither Are the Drifting?" the Rurlington t ate Dis patch makes this comment: This is a scathing arraignment, but no stronger than it should be. It is enough to cause people of moral courage and good judgment to hang their heads in shame at the miscar riage of justice in some of the courts of our country. l.X-Ji jh;e Robinson thinks Presi dent Taft is an affliction upon the Republican party. (Jreenville Re flector. Ux-.Iudge Robinson was an aspi rant for United States District judge the plum that went to .Judge Con nor. If J'resident Taft had named him wonder if he would have had the same opinion about him or thought his appointment was ;in affliction upon the Republican party or the people of Nort h Carolina? -4 - Tjik following which vas taken from the (ireensboro Record ol Mon day, will be read witli. profound in terest and pleasure throughout the State: Thepesence of Hon. C. R. Watson, of Winston, in the city Saturday afternoon, shaking hands with his old friends was enough to make any one feel good for a year. To hear him talk shows one that he is almost himself again. He can say some thing that is not often permitted a man he lived to read his obituary many times over. Time and again he was given up to die but he fooled them all. Jnx;.; Lvox holding Robeson court last week had the experience of pro nouncing sentence of death upon a person for the first time since he has been on the bench about three years. The Robesonian says last Novem ber .Judge J. Crawford Biggs, who was then holding Robeson Superior Court, had to sentence his first man to death. .Judge Biggs had then been on the bench about two years. The sentence of the man whom he sentenced to hang has since been commuted to life imprisonment. The man Judge Lyon has just sentenced to the electric chair is a negro who was convicted of criminal assault upon a Croatan Indian woman. Last week the (Joi.n Leak had somethiing to say about Cien. Julian S. Carr as a hosiery manufacturer, in connection with the purchase of a mill in (loldsboro by the Durham Hosiery Company (this corporation being composed of (Seneral Carr and his live sons) the largest manufac turers of hosiery in the State, and lerhaps in the entire South, and this week it is as a farmer that he dis tinguishes himself. The Durham cor respondent of the .Yen s ami Observer reports this item: (Jen. J. S. Carr is spending the week at Oceoneechee farm, seeing after the threshing of his wheat. Last week from twenty-three acres, he saw $80 bushels, or nearly 4.i 1-2 bushels to the acre. He has also 107 acres yet to go through the machine and with such a ratio, may expect some thing like ,1.000 bushels. This is an unusual yield for North Carolina farms and in barrels of "Peerless" Hour, means about 10,000. Mr. J. C. Hardy who recently sold his paper, the Warrenton Record. d'ul not long remain out of the editroial harness. He has bought the Scot land Neck Commonwealth from Mr. K. E. Hilliard, and assumed control as editor and owner. Mr. Hilliard's health has been such that he has not leen able to do active editorial work for several months. His eyes es pecially give him trouble, so much so that he caunot see well enough to read or write. Mr. Ashby W. Dunn, u bright young man of Scotland Neck, has been editing the paper for -Mr. Milliard tlurmjr tne past six or Mght months. Mr. Hardy's lines have fallen in pleasant places. There are no better leople than the people of Scotland Neck and Halifax county,aml he does well to cast his lot among them. We regret the retirement of Editor Hil Hard and sympathize with him very incerely in the affliction that makes it neeessasy for him to lay aside his , trenchant and useful pen, while we welcome Editor Hardy as his success or and congratulate him upon ac quiring the paper and the home he has. Read and advertise in Gold Leaf. The Concord Times has attained the age of thirty-five years and it is a record of honor and usefulness that it has achieved. For twenty Ave vears the present owner ana v editor, Mr. John B. Sherrill, has been at the helm. Ihe paper was never better or more prosperous than it is today and deservedlv so. Mr. Sherrill is one of the most capable and con scientious editors in the state, and one of the most successful and popular. He has been secretary - treasurer of the North Carolina Press Associa tion twenty-one years almost as loner as he has been editor of the Times. His re-election each year is merely a perfunctory sort of affair, a ratification and endorsement of his past conduct as it were, and at Hep dersonvilleit was moved to "sentence him for life." And it does look like he will either have to die or quit the newspaper businees to get out of it If Sherrill was not a good editor he would not be such a good secretary, and the brethren would not be so partial to him. May the coming years bring to the Concord Times and its clever editor ever increasing pros perity which they deserve. CREDITABLE EDITION. The souvenir edition of the High Point Enterprise was creditable to Editor Farriss and the progressive and prosperous manufacturing town where it has its home. Beginning business only when she had reached the prime of life, High Point on her fiftieth birthday makes a showing seldom equaled by any town in America, says the Enterprise. With a population of about 1.1,000 and with G.'l factories as a foundation for a splendid industrial structure, she stands out today the pride of her home people and the admiration of all outsiders. That speaks well for the North Carolina town that has been styled "The Grand Rapids of the South," and the Gold Leaf re joices in her prosperity. We are jeal ous of High Point in one thing. We do not envy her .' factories and the prestige she bears of being the lead ing furniture manufacturing town in the South, her splendid, progressive citizenship and her excellent news paper which has done so honorable a part in the community's growth and development. When we see High Point's magnificent hotel, The El wood, either "in the flesh" brick and stone and iron and terrra-cotta or on paper we want it or one like it for Henderson. We would not make High Point poorer by depriving it of its handsome hotel, but would make Henderson richer by having a modem hotel similar to it if we could. EDITOR CALDWELL SUFFERS RELAPSE. We are deeply pained, as will be his friends throughout the State, and wherever he and his paper are known, to learn that Mr. J. P. Caldwell, editor of the Charlotte Observer, has suffered a relapse and had to go to a sanitarium last week, on advice of his physicians. Mr. Caldwell was getting along very nicely and to all outward appearances he was making satisfactory progress in recovering from the slight stroke of paralysis which he had some time ago. But he overtaxed himself and lost some of the ground that he had gained on the road to recovery, and it was deemed best for him to take perfect rest and quiet for a while. The speedy and complete restoration to his wonted health and mental vigor will be gratifying news to Mr. Cald well's friends and admirers every where. The Observer of Sunday says the relapse came soon after his recent return from Hendersouville, where he attended the meeting of the North Carolina Press Association. Con tinuing it savs further: "Mr. Caldwell had been improving so splendidly during the months of April and May that he overestimated his strength and early in June made the hard and fatiguing trip to Birm ingham, Ala., to attend the annual convention of the Southern News paper Publishers' Association, of which he was president. On his re turn to Charlotte he left almost im mediately for Hendersouville, being on the go with but little intermission for fully two weeks. His system was not strong enough to withstand the strain and hence the setback which followed. It will probably be some time before he is able to leave the hospital." . Prompt treatment of a slight attack of Diarrhoea will often prevent a serious (sick ness. The lest known Remedy is Dr. Seth Amnolu's IHi-sam. Your;apothecariea Mel ville Dorsey. Thomas Bros., and W. W. Par ker warrant it to rive satisfaction. It is impossible to lay too much stress upon the subject of good roads. Never was there 6U0I1 an awakeningto tlie importance of good public highways as has been felt in this State during the past year. Counties are voting bonds for road building and in every community in terest is growing in the subject. Charlotte Xens. The Norfolk Landmark says: "The philosopher Epicurus, according to Seneca, made a-great boast of hav ing dined at a cost of oue penny. We'd like to see him duplicate that feat in this conntry now." However, with the price of victuals still going up we may yet have to dine off a scent. Wilmington Star. If every kicker was a booster there would be that many more boosters. Which class are you in? The man who will not stand tip for his town is not much help to it. Greenville Re flector. The date on your address label in dicates the time to which your sub scription is paid. ROAD MAKER AND PATRIOT. An Epitaph that Speak Volume Solomon Jones the Pioneer Path Finder of Henderson County A flan Who Labored Half a Century to Leave the World Better Than He Pound It He Still Lives In the Hearts of His Countrymen. One of the favorite pleasure drives about Henderson vine is the trip to Mt. Hebron. The ascent is gradual, the roads are fine and the view at the end of the trip is one of the most beautiful in all that mountain coun try. Indeed, the entire drive is one entrancing picture of valley and peak, fertile field and sylvan vale, crystal stream or tumbling water fall passing in panoramic review. When the North Carolina Press As sociation met in Hendereonville a garriage drive to Mt. Hebron was one of the courtesies shown the editors. The scenery was admired and the ex cellent road was remarked upon. At certain points along the route there are sign-boards which read : "Jones' Pleasure Drive," "Jones' Road to Mt. Hebron," etc., but perhaps not many in the party who had not been there before knew the true sig nificance of the name "Jones." Near the summit of Mt. Hebron there is a lone grave by the roadside. It is marked by a simple white slab, which bears this inscription: "Here lies Solomon Jones, x The Road Maker, A True Patriot, lie Labored 50 Years to Leave the World Better Than he Found It. Born March 7th. 1802. Died Apri 13,1899." That is a truthful epitaph the citi zens who knew the man and his la bors will tell you. Indeed his work speaks for itself in the splendid roads you nave just come over in tne genius displayed in the engineering done by which the feat of mountain climbing is accomplished by such easy and natural stages. Many times has that epitaph been printed, and much has been written about "Solomon Jones, the Road Maker," and tribute after tribute paid to his memory. And all of them were deserved. His was a life of Service. He lived for others beside himself, did this Solo mon Jones. He labored fifty years to leave the world better thau he found it. Quoting the name "Solomon Jones," which it declares is no longer a homely name when couDled with the words "Road Maker," the Mon roe Journal says: "ine name is nothing, 'tis the bearer s ife work that, coupled with it at least. dignifies, glorifies and beautifies it. Ed ward Everett Hale, the famous preacher and writer who has just died, said: 'Look up anl not down, Look forward and not back, Look out not in; Lend a hand ! ' 'Solomon Jones lent a hand, not onlv to an individual but to many genera tions." From the Fayetteville Index, one of whose editors was in the party above referred to, we take this: As I hurriedly ".copied the inscription on the back of an envelop, I asked myself what greater tribute could be paid to the memory of any man. As for myself, desire nothing better said of me than that 'He labored to leave the world bet ter than he found it.' Noble tribute that! 'Solomon Jones is a name familiar to MONEY EARNED IS MONEY SAVED You can do both bv lectins one of those swell Suits Pants that we are selling at surh low ficmrPQ The prices are low very vaiucs we uie giving, particularly when you so little a price. No matter your form, shape, or figure we can fit you stylishly and becomingly. Our Clothes are designed and made by the Celebrated Master Tailors SCHL0SS BROTHERS & CO., oi Baltimore and New York. It isn't how little you pay that makes the dol lars count; it's how much value you get; and how your clothes will wear and keep their shape. Its the man who must make every dollar count who gets so much satisfaction from our goods; 4heir thoroughly good Quality means economy to him. BARNES CLOTHING STORE. S To introduce my work I will make a great reduction on mattresses for the next 20 days. Will make over old mattresses for $1.00 each. Now is the time to have over, using the same old just as good as new. New work proportionately low. Try me with an roder. Satisfaction guaranteed. 426 Garnetf St., Near Southern Grocery Co. m 43. 4&JM..ltj5t 5t! I .a. ... ... ... - every citizen of Henderson county, and few of them, if any, have not enjoyed the fruits of his labors. I was told that for long years be was known as 'the road maker' in that mountainous country where road building is afar greater task than in our level lands. There roads had to be laid oat over mountains that horses could cot climb with carriages. There is not, I suppose, a square mile of land in the county that could be called level. To survey a road that can be made comfort ably passable taxes the skill of the best civil engineers. Yet throughtout the country are highways that were laid out by this great apostle of good roads who was unlettered in the technique of the surveyor's art. And Henderson county can boast the best roads beyond the Blue Ridge, perhaps, excepting Buncombe. The roads are well graded around the mountains and valleys and are much better for travel than many of those in the low country. "While the simple slab is a splendid tribute to the memory of the man, a greater monument ie the splendid roads of Henderson county, and the greatest of all is that bnilded in the hearts of the people who are enjoying the benefits of better homes, better farms, better schools, better churches and a more prosperous and progressive county all the fruits of the labors of thisapostleof good roads." SEABOARD PLANS. Extensive Improvements to be Made by the New Management. Italeigh Times. It is said that the new administra tion of the Seaboad Air Line Rail way will make extensive improve ments and that its general policy will be to go forward along progressive lines. ' Workmen are now engaged in ballasting-250 miles of track between Richmond and Norlina, and Bostic and Hamlet and this' work will be continued until the entire main line is completed. , General Manager C. H. Hix is quoted as follows in The Norfolfk Ledger-Dispatch: "While we do not contemplate any change in the pres ent plan of operation, considerable expenditure is going on to improve tne roadbed and equipment, and we shall continue along this line to meet the increased demand from a freight and passenger standpoint. We are in need of greater facilities and will have them as quickly as they can be completed. Another improvement we contemplate in the very near fu ture is the addition of two stories on the general office building in Ports mouth. The general offices of the company will remain in Portsmouth and the entire clerical force of the road will be brought under one proof. We believe that two additional stories to this building will accom modate them. The building will be attractivelv finished $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded dis ease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient Btrength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Read and advertise in Gold Leaf. comino- now nnH cp. low considering the u pays 10 aressweu can get such clothes at 3f your old mattresses made ticking. I can make them K.?Q (Somtort rHESE are the things that you should consider when vnu rn to furnish vour home. For the sake of your investment add Durability. She can push the whole bed out of the way on its big, easy-rolling, easy-steering casters when sweeping the room. And as for cleanliness, every crevice is cemented up dust-proof, vermin-proof. Your money put in a Bernstein Bed will be money well invested. Come in and look over our stock. We have several beautiful styles to select from EVERYTHING IN HOME FURNISHINGS. SAMUEL WATMNsJ A Delightful Northern Tour. PFRSONALLY CONDUCTED VIA Washington, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Thousand Islands, Moutreal, Quebec, Four Days in New York City, at Very Attractive Rates. VIA Seaoard Air Line. Mr. C. H. Gattis, D. P. A., aud Mr. Jan. Ker, Jr., C. P. A., Seaboard Air Line, are ar ranging what will certainly be the most popular and delightful tour of the season. Especially is this so as the party leaves the Carolinas in September 1st, 1909, the most delightful time of the whole year to go on your summer trip, and they will visit all of the principal points of interest in the North Washington, Niagara Falls, Toronto, Thous and Islands, Montreal, Quebec, Saratoga, four days in New York City and Philadelphia, and all the New York theatres will be pen in full. An attractive feature of this tour will be the trip up the historic Potomac, passing the grand old palatial home of "The Father of His Country." "The trip is to be made at the lowest pos sible figure consistent with the first-class hotels and other things connected with the tour, which will include railroad fare, Pull man, hotel accommodations, meals, sight seeing trips, transfers, andmfacteverything, with the exception of meals in New York, and a few other minor expenses, nearly all the sight-seeing trips are included. This last feature is a very good one as it will enable the party to spend the time seeing the sights without the bother of the details, which will be looked after by Mr. Gattis and Mr. Ker, both of whom have had wide experience in this branch of the passenger service. Time will be spent in Toronto during theCanadian Exposition, and stops will be made at all points of sufficient length to enable the party to see all the points of interest without hur rying. Mrs. Gattis and Mrs. Ker will chape route the tour, and ladies should not hesitate to go alone. The tour will prove a most in teresting one. A very attractive illustrated booklet containing detailed information can be had upon application by letter or in person to the undersigned, and those interested should write at once, as the party will posi tively be limited, and those applying first will get the lower berths, so it will be to your advantage to book early. Every detail has been arranged with the view to making this a most delightful and comfortable tour for all. For further information and booklet giv ing cost and itinerary of tour, write C. H. GATTIS, D. P. A., Raleigh, N. G. JAS. KEU, JR.. C. P. A., Charlotte, N. C. Read and advertise fn Gold Leaf. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo WeVe (GflDtt ttllne (SdDdDdls FIEHCCIES TTflD IPILEASEo IIi(Btt HJ Sllnai) w Y(D)Iin ? WUny (CeirtonMyo Ym?s tto IPlease, f i GEO. LOSE COMPAKIY. "THE STORE OF QUALITY." oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo (Bleanlmess For whole-souled comfort, year after year, you've never seen the equal of the Bernstein three-piece brass and iron beds. The Bernstein Woven Wire Springs holds taut and level under the heaviest sleeper but gives to every curve of the body, every mo tion of limb or muscle. The head and foot frames of the Bernstein Bed lock to the spring by the Bernstein "hook-on" corners. Practicallyone piece, without creak pr rattle yet the chambermaid can take it down and put it up in a minute, without help, without tools. 7TYYTYYTYTYYYTYYTV-Y YVTYTTY t t UNTIL AUGUST 15th, We will sell Chase & Sanborn's Coffee, 20 cents, grade at 18 cents. 25 cents, gradeat 22 cents. LIPTON'S TEA, 1-4 pound 15 cents. 1-2 pound 30 cents. Fleishman's Yeast and Bretsch's Bread re ceived daily. The best of everything to eat. Prompt de livery. Phone 364 B. Yours to please, . A. Kelly & Company. t AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA f At i -??rJ--- Jt ITlA.; a K s:'i:'."i . & Established in 1894. The aim of the school is clearly set forth by ita MATTrt. "Thoroug-h instruction under positively Christian influences at the lowest IVlW lit: possible cost." The school was established by the Methodist Church, not to make money, but to furnish place where ffirls can be given thorough training: in body. mind, and heart at a mod era ta cost. The object has been o fully carried out that as a DCQI TI Tm lt lB to-day. with its faculty of 82. ita boarding patronage of 300. and Ita Li 1 . building and grounds, worth $140,000 THE LEADING TRAINING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS IN VIRGINIA. $150 Says all charges for the year, including: tne table board, room, ligrhts. steam eat, laundry, medical attention, physical culture, and tuition in all subjects except music and elocution. Apply for catalogue and applies tioa blank to REV. JAMES CANNON. JR..M. A., Principal. BUeksta. Va. 1 Beauty Convenience and YYY YYYTYY YYTYYYTYYTYYYTYY A VERY LITTLE THING often makes all the difference between right and wrong Nowhere is this better shown than in the line of Drugs and Medicines. The slightest error or the least amount of varience in the strength of a drug will cause complications. Shows the im portance of always having Pure and Fresh Drugs on hand. You can depend upon our Drugs and Medicines. KERNER-IYRJAIR CO, DRUGGISTS. Notice of Sale of Land. UNDER AND I5Y VIRTl i: or A derof Superior Court of Vnm-.- ('..nun mnde in the xjKvial prtxwdinir ntnl.-.l v V. (Jrissom. J. M. (irissuni. m.l.' ;r "om, lena Hovd. Lnlli rvtlmrn. Floyd and It (i. Caw-thorn v. V. II ;ri, so in, and W. ILOrissom, Ktittrilinn l'.riti Urisxiom, JeaseUrisaom and trov-r tii the same beiuK number 1.020 upon tin- .v, clnl Proofedinjr Docket of fnil t'iiirt.li dersigned ConiminMoner will, on Saturday, August 14th, 1909. at 12 o'clock at the Court House .loot u Henderson, unoe .oimty. N.C.ofT.T fur,ij. to the highest bidder certain trai t of nni , Kittrell township, Vance County. N ( , w,j joining the lands of Willis jCngcrx' .!. it ri J. Bohbitt, William Itivedlovc. n,.ir. definitely described as follows: 1st tract: ltegin at a stone Willi- I ;,.. corner in C. J. Bobbin's line mul run tUnn along his line S. V W. 4.44 cli. i.. a lar poplar marked F.&.K: thence S. 4. W ,;;hi chs. to a stone corner of lot No. .f in Rogers' line; thence along the line of Lit V 8 West 27.2." chs. to a stone; f li.-n.-f i,hi the line of lot No. :. W. Hreedlove iin l J II Davis N. 2V E. 'Xl.HH chs. to lone i. J dogwood pointers; thence along Iiuvi u,f Ilobbitt's line S. H7V4 K. !.7" to tin- l-i. ning, containing 8t) acre", same lx-uiu Kiri Duke laud. 2nd tract: llepin at a hickory in limn Creek, J. If. Bryant's line and run West it his line 151 poles to a Hed Oak: theme Smith 24 poles to a pine Peace's corner in I'.rmiit line; thence West with Peace's !ine:tl .U to pointers It. E. Ilobbitt 's old corner; then, North with Ilobbitt's line 211 oIcm to h nnr stump Willis Rogers' corner in ItolXitt Uw. t hence East. 20H poles to a sweet gum: tlieii'v 2 chs. iS. E. to a hickory in creek: iIihh down creek us il runs to tlie beginiiinc.Miu taining 202 acres, same being the li.nni-trie! and recorded in Book l.'l, pnpe .'Hit;. ;-KiM-r of Deeds office, Vance County. Terms of sale 1-.'! ensh. balance J ;ir This the 12th day of.lnlv. 1 '.. " W. W tiUISSitM. Com II. i-Mlll,rr. 4 Administrator's Notice. HAVING QUALIFIED AS AIM1M I I! V tor of Elijah Howard. !--.-- 1. nil persuiiH indebted tosaid deceased uf ii'ihii.! to present their claimnto me before July 't; 1910. or this notice will be plemlei in l.nrC their recovery. WILL I A M J. IDMVAJMi Administrator of Elijah Howard, Jivcii.-rt Asduew J. IUkkik, Attorney. Henderson, X. C , July ',ih, lint'... Administrator's Notice. HAVING QUALIFIED AS ADMIMSTKA tor of the estate cf Mrs. A Y re wards, deceased, before the Clerk f theSuj rior Court of Vance county, nil eroii Inn ing claims against theestate of mid d.-.-. uwj are hereby notified to present them tomi-iluiv verified on or before the flrnt day of July. 1 'J 10, or this notice will ! pleaded in hr el their recovery. All jiersons indebted u, mi I estate will please make immediate paynem This June2H, W)'.K J. C. KITTItEI.I. Administrator of Mrs. A. N. Edward ceased. The North Carolina COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS. The State's college for vM'atioiml trainiiip;. Coursea in Agriculture d Horticulture; in Civil, I-lt-tri-al Mechanical Kngineeriii";; in 'utton Millinp; and Djeiri":; in Imlur-trial Chemistry. "Why not fit yourself for life by taking one of these cnirw? Address D. H. HILL, President, West Raleigh. N. C. A. G. Daniel, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In . . Shingles, Laths, Lum ber, Brick. Sash. Doors and Blinds. Full stock m Lowest Prices. Opposite South ern Grocery Company. Henderson, N. C. HENRY PERRY. INSURANCE. A strong lino of both L1FK AM I U:J COMPANIES represented. I'oli. ie- i---and risks pi iced to best advantage Office: : : : : In Court Uv FRANCIS A. MACON , DENTAL SURGEON. Office In ounz Block. Office boars: e . to. to 1 p. m.. 3 tx;p 9 Residence Phone .8 : Offiee Phone 2i- .( -Cstimate. furnished when desired. - charge tor examination . BRYANT, All whoeed MASON WORK done will do well to call on f write to JAMES M. BRYANT, H.nfo. N. C "1