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THE FRENCH BROAD H LER. HENDSRS5NV1LLB, N. C, APRIL aj.t$a3
tea 2Sl&2S52k i ? bill oeiii or. ?00f Rich or toor alike are habitually constipated. It poisons the whole system. The. train of evils that follow is almost limitless. It slays its victims by thousands, although some other name goes into the death certificates. Drugs will" not cure. Throw j)hysic to the dogs. Eat foods of a laxative nature if r5 which is so highly nutritious will in itself support life and by its daily use prevent constipation. Palatable Nutritious Easy of Digestion and Ready to Eat Cat be served tot. Pat In hot ovea for a few mlnates; r cook h bolDaa milk. All Grocers My Signature on mvery packagm Board of Trade will meet Thursday night to consider the entertainment of the odd Fellows at their coming con vention in this city J. w. wOFFORD. President. Try i i i-i i fl i& E&RS HOOF The roofing thavlastsndfanybne can layl Thousands.ofthe.mostl farmers, dairymen, poultrymen, etc, as weij. as PABOID for roofin sr and siding. Wl progressive preference to all others, because they have proved that PAROIDAis The Most Durable Of AH Ready Roofings The Most Satisfactory I 13 WHY I coating:, which make mm mm. nruv . ri : j - i -.. 1f nn'lll an t ! a eood saturation ABU Hub-, which make It tnf aninst soar, cinders, water, heat, cold, acids, and tume. Slate color, contain no tar, does not run or crack, and itdoeanotuiini rauwuer. no car. uuca not iuu v w . . rr - The only roofing with rustproof caps. They cannot rust out UF aI Don't be put OS with a cheap imitation, get the most economical and durable the ftff Investigate for yourself.. New book of Building Plan. XCr 02liipi8So for Poultry and Farm Buildings free if you call. The RigbyMorrpw Co. - NEW SPRING THEY ARE OXFORD. r:o ALK3 til Food ancl strictly prohibits the ale of alum baking powder So does France So does Germany The hW of atom food hat been Bade illegal ia Washington and the District of Columbia, and alum ba lung powders are ererjrwbere recognized as iojuriou. To protect yourself against alum, when ordering baking powder, Ssp pls&shj Lav iirpoiycgri and be sure yon gel Royal Roval is the only Bakino PowrW maJ rrom Koyal (rape Cream of 1 artar. adds to the di ness of the f It ity and wholesome- Community too Moral Supervisor Pattou ha9 his plans all ready for the paving of the county roadSi The purchase of the necessary machinery has been authorized, etc., but there are too few men on the chain gang just now to operate it all to advantage. Henderson county's highly moral condition is working against the paved roads. Mr. Pattou, how ever, expects to receive men soon from other counties, when the work will actually commence. Summer Schedule From Spartanburg", No. 4t . 9. " ' 13. SOUTHENB RAILWAY Arrive 6:10 a.m. 1:00 p. m. 7;45 p. m. From Asheville, No. 14 8:05 a. m. 10 6:25 p.m. 42 9:55 p. m. TRANSYLVANIA RAILROAD From Lake Toxway.. i 10:15 a. m. " Aeheville. 4:30 p.m. Livery Stable at Publie A'ucti Entire contents and lease of ray stable will . be sold at public auction iATDRDAY APRIL 25th, 10:50 a. m. R.ain or Shine This stuff will be sold for the high dollar. Positively no by-bidding. . 20 sets Stude baker harnes, single and double, good con. dition, 12 carriages, buggies and mountain wragons. Saddles, blankets and robes. Possession given once to party who buys unexpired lease G. W H rooKS Sale Saturday A A Fine S550.00 Biano Fr To the customer making the largest amount of cash purchases at our store between April 9 and September 10 we will give, absolutely free, a fine piano. This is the way: Call at our store and get a card.then every time you make a cash purchase the amount will be punched on this card. The card is transferable. You or any of your friends may use the same card. Glazemier I will sell a cerloed of Horses aoid Mviles 10:30 el. m. Three ponies and poney rigs Three good saddle horses. The best pair mxiles in the country. W. R. Hall, of Staunton, Va., will sell 1 car load of roadsters and saddlers. I have known Mr. Hall for a long time and hie deals in high class horses. He tells me that in this car he is ship ping some good ones, and several that are very fast. He will sel them at the high dollar, Saturday morning, April 25, at our barns ti mi 1 . 1 i i - rr 1 1 1 j it:, -i inis will maKe a lOiai 01 aopui nurses 10 ue suiu un uns uay. tl II fa uiauo orown Horse eend Mile Company. STATEMENT Washington Fire Insurance Company of Seattle, of Washington. December 31st, 1907, as shown by statement fild: Amount capital paid up in cash .....r. .'.$ Amount ledger assets December 31st previous year Income from policy holders, $231,525.70; miscelafcemw $7,044,51; Total Disb. to policy holders, 69,oa. 33; miscellaneous 5oi,.tj .5; Total.. Fire risks, written or renewed during year, $21 ,9JC,363.00; in fore;. . ASSETS. Mortgage loans on real estate t Loans secured by pledge of bond?, stocks and other collaterals Book value of bonds and stocks Cash in company's office Deposited in trust companies and banks not on interest Agt's balances, representing business written sub. to Oct. 1, 1907.... AgeHts' balances, representing business written prior to Oct. I, 1907 Bills receivable taken for fire risks Interest and rent due and accrued All other assets, detailed in statement. Condition ; 250,000.00 343,169.81 238,570.21 131,761.28 22,579,616.00 146,930.00 18,187.38 157,690.59 7,708.48 24,578.63 76,632.67 3,176.55 9,104.78 8,544.05 5,969,69 Total - Less assets not admitted Total admitted assets...... .... .$ 458,522.82 9,485.94 $ 449,036.88 LIABILITIES. Net amount of unpaid losses and claims $ 37156 Unearned premiums. 137,716.28 Return premiums 135.75 Total amount of all liabilities except capital. ....... $ Capital actually paid up in cash ; Surplus 138,226.59 250,000.00 60,810.29 Total liabilities ! BUSINESS IN NORTH CAROLINA IN 1907. . $ 449,036.88 Fire risks written, $3,000.00; premiums received .....$ IG6.74 Cuts the Prico & sells the goods HENRY CARSTINS, President. II. B. GRAHAM. Secretary. Home Office S. E. corner First and cherry streets, Seattle, Vash. Attorney for service, Insurance commisioner, Raleigh, N. C. Business Manager for North Car lina, managed from Home Office. State of North Carolina, Insurai ce Department. Raleigh, March 27, 1908. I, James R. Young, Insurance Commissioner, do hereby certify that the above is a true and correct abstract of the statement of the Washington Fire In surance company, of Seattle, Washington, filed with the Department, showing the condition of said company on the 5l8t day of December, 1907 Witness my hand and official seal the day and date above written, ...... ;.. -... -JAMES R. YOUNG, Insurance Commissioner. - 4V rH tie wot or tn transgiressor Is Lard . The wise housewife specifies Cottolene every time in place of lard. Anyone with a particle of respect for his stomach would E refer a pure vegetable product to one made :om the fat of the hog. Cottolene is always yuxe lard isn't. Cottolene :'will make more palatable food than lard, and food that any stomach can digest with ease. Lard is a friend ot indigestion. Cottolene is put up in odor-proof, sealed tin pails; most lard comes in bulk, and will absorb any old odor which is near it. You can prove every word we say By buying and trying a pail of Cottolene. All good grocers sell it; all the great cooking authorities of America recommend it. Nature's Gift from the Sunny South Death of W. J Clouse After a lingering illness of two or more years, this young mau, aged 23 years, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clonse and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. N. Buckner, peacefully passed away on Friday 17th of April, at the family home in this city. When about twelve years old he put hi3 trust in Jesus as his Sa vior, was baptized into the fellow ship of Bulab church. His life has been, marked by moral deportment evincing the good influence of pious parents and grandparents, in whose sore bereavement many friends feel the tenderest sympathy well assured that their loss is his eternal gain. Funeral services, on Saturday morning from th Baptist church to Oakdale cemetery,' conducted by Rev. G. S. Jones, were attend ed by many for whose kindly aid in the burial service and the floral tributes tenderly placed on the grave, the family is deeply grate ful. Mr. J. V. Blythe director, as sisted by casket bearers, Ernest Drake, M. T. Pace, Alonzo Tabor, Silvester Maxwell, Win ford Davis and F ortter Bennett. Go. This is the time to get ready for the summer visitors and we have the little household helps that make life easy. Jap-A-Lac is a high class stain for floors and furniture easy to apply and always stays" bright. Lu-FIat-Kot is the Sanitary wall finish it is not a Kalsomine but goes on like paint and can be washed with soap and water without losing its color. Gall and let us tell you all about it. Lucas Varnish Stain for everything about the house. Devoe Polishing Oil for Pianos and all fine Furniture, pure Paint in cans of all sizes from 10c the can up. Hard Oils, Varnishes, Floor Oils, Turpentine, Devoe Lead and Zinc House Paints. Devoe Graphite Roof Paint. We are headquartes for everything in the paint line. The Clarke Hardware Company Inc. HlZHBHIHHlirllBllSlliaSlt311EIlSllB SIMMON. RON BEDS & SPRINGS $2.00 TO 20.00 I. SHEPHERD FURNITURE THOMAS- SHEPHERD, Manager. CO.