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; DallA IU DU $i3U,UUU EES 03 M You Can Get Them At SHEPHERD M 'S Men's Gun Metal Patriots, Low-cut $4.00. ,LJMMi m ' i , , " " vvw v llti- 1 r A.H J iiM'int l . ' m.m.mt .i..Bl,.W 1, . "H.I-I..L. : ...... . ti i " :m" fryL! 1-S&--f-.v. ...V'- 4k 8" J-LI. SCENES OF PERSIAN UPRISING, WHERE REVOLUTIONISTS THREATEN ' THE, SHAH. TO END SWAY OF For two months Russia has been sending expeditions into Persia to safeguard the czar's subjects who are threat ;aed by the revolution against the shah. The strife in Persia is paradoxical, as it not only involves revolutionists i&xxl tribesmen, but a mixed force of Persians and Cossacks as well as regular Russian troops and the regular sol- fiery of the shah. The most serious clashes have taken place near Tabriz. One of the accompanying pictures shows ; t2 revolutionists firing upon the imperial troops from behind a wall. Another shows a battlefield strewn with $ r'ead after a skirmish between cavalry of the two armies. All the Turkish garrisons on the Persian frontier , 2mx Jbeen strengthened against the warring tribesmen. The Very Lowest Prices on ill spam,: .. We . m 'I H CO. Recommend The capital stock of the new bank will be $150,000. " v , The name will be "The Peo ples National Bank of Hender son ville.'f ; The stockholders will meet at the Gates on .August. 25 for the purpose of organizing the bank and electing a board of directors, who, in turn will elect the bank's cashier and other oliicers. The application f or the bank's charter: was signed by seven of these present, ' Capt. Toms, C. V Tnms. John Carter, a P. F. Walker, J. A. Brock, U. G. Sta ton, amongst them. These men will be some of the directors of the bank. ' . This, in brief, is the results of a meeting of the men interested in the new Peoples National Bank, held at the Hotel Gates last night, and presided over by Mr. John Carter, president of the American National Bank, Asheville, and by Capt. M. C. Toms.' Mr. Carter made a most inter esting short talk to the 25 or 30 men present He spoke of the difficulties to be surmounted be fore a National Bank charter maybe secured, told how the government made the fullest in vestigation of all surrounding circumstances and conditions be fore granting permission to or ganize, stating that no "spite ' banks were allowed and that the government satisfied itself fully that the community needed ad ditional banking facilties before allowing stock , subscriptions to be solicited. He told of the desirability of National Bank stock as an in vestment, of the . safeguards thrown about it by the Federal government, and of the great benefit this $150,000 institution would be to the whole communi community. Mr. Carter ranks high amongst the bankers and financiers of the South. He has been eminently successful, and the fact that he is to be president of this new and powerful financial institution and that he sees so bright fa fu ture for this town is inspiring to those who believe that Hender sonvillewill eventually be THE city of the State. Commissioner of Labor M. L. Shipman left this morning for Mt. Holly, Gaston County, where he will deliver an address on "Industry" before the River Bend Picnic Association. Mr. Shipman will speak to the as sembled thousands of farmers on Friday. Some of the other speakers are State Auditor Dixon and Commissioner of Agricul ture Graham. The River Bend Picnic Association was incorpo rated by the last legislature, their great annual picnic lasts three "days each year, is attended by many thousands . of people, and Mr. Shipman will address the folks at the invitation of Col. Robert L. Abernathy, presi dpnt of the association. His sub- Thomp son's7 Rose Nicotine Mr. Shipman's official position 1 11C JUStUb in the State makes him excellent ly qualified to handle with credit to himself and with profit to his audience. From Friday's Daily. Honor Ron. O O D f R IN TING V .1 Ihe ft A K a AT Sfiiop JUL Honor roll - of Mrs. J. L. Red den and Miss Bertha Ledbetter at Valley Hill school f or .the week ending Aug. 7, 1909:'Cecil Stepp, Flave Drake, Willie Garren, Rob ert Finlay, Hattie Redden, Mon roe Redden, Janie Garren, Eliza beth Waddell, Roy Bryant, Effie Jackson, Annie Bryant, Charlie Heaton. ; KILLS insects on flowers, plants, vegetables. , Kills lice on dogs and cats. ' Will not discolor the most delicate fabric, flowers or wood. 10c and 25c Pharmacy Nice, little. Pleasant, eentle, easy, I J)ldAAv laiaJii-j ' Z ' ... - t fiil. I . safe and sure puis, are , mngs lixue Liver pills. Pinesalve, carbolized, soothes pain. In anv emersrencv bruises, cuts, sores, burns, scratches etc, Jfmesaive, car-1 bolized. is best. Sold by Hunters Pharmacy. Executors State of North Carolina, Henderson County In the matter of the last will aud testament of William Hask ell Rhett, deceased. Having" qualified as executrix es of William Haskell Rhett, de ceased, late of the said county of Henderson. N. C. this is to inform all persons having claims against the estate of said deceas ed to exhibit them to the under signed on or before the 10th of August, lyiu, or this notice win be pleaded in the bar of their recovery. All nersons indebted to said estate will please make immedi- AT this office in. -the line of ate payment. Cards, Letter Heads, Envelopes.mil- Presentment OI Claims or pay- heads. Statements, Folders. Hand- ment of indebtedness can be bills, show Bills, Posters, Sale made to the undersigned at nen- pun-. Pamrrtiet. Blank Books. dersonville, JN. U., or to ijeo. a. Shuf f ord, attorney for said estate ! at Asheville, N. C: This the 29th day of July, 1909. Rosa V. J. Rhett Claudia L. Rhett, Executrixes of William Hask ell Rhett, deceased. Let us print them for you To Exchange Not THE CURSE OF THE SOUTH What is the matter with Jthe South? According to government report of 1908 "The Secret is out at last: The Southerner, contrary, to current opinion is not Lazy, Shiftless, Indifferent or Careless. "He is Sick." The South is afflicted with, and harbors that most treacherous and destructive of all diseases Anemia, Pernicious Anemia. The average Southerner is a sufferer of this Health destroying Parasite which destroys the red blood cells pro ducing an impoverished (Condition of the blood; which is characterized by extreme Pallor, General Debility, Weakness, Loss of Vigor, Lack of Ambition, and general undermining of Vitality. The CLIMATE and ATMOSPHERIC conditions destroy the Vitality. Let him get over it, get rid of it. . Get well, and he is as good physically as the best America can boast. If there is health of the slightest degree in your system, "WAKE IT UP! CALL IT FORTH. PULL YOURSELF TOGETHER! MAN WOMAN or CHILD; all mean and should be well. To reflect upon the wisdom of your maker. Nature intends all Humanity to enjoy a full measure of Health and Vigor. If you do dot the fault is your own, for you are yeurself to blame for it. Wonders have been accomplished for the people of Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. Let us now do as much for the people of the Carolinas. A Postal will bring you the necessary infor mation, bend no money. Write today. Don't neglect this chance here offered you. Address, The Cleveland Institute .of Medicine & Surgery, Cleveland, umo. L-or. iiinsman ua. & oza street. Stockholders of the Hender sonville Auditorium Company: Take Notice! At a meeting of the Directors of the Henderson ville Auditorium Company, on the 7th day of July, 1909, duly and regularly called, at which a quorum was present, the following resolution was passed to-wit: "It is ordered that the company take the necessary steps and do the necessary things to dissolve, cancel, and revoke the charter of said company, according to law and that the officers proceed to wind up the business of said company, and that for that pur pose a meeting of the stock holders be called to approve or disapprove this action the 12th day of August, 1909, at 11 o'clock, a. m. a This meeting will be at the of fice of Smith and. Schenck on Main Street . at the time named above. All stockholders are ur ged to be present. R. B. Grinnan, President. Michael Schenck, Sec y. ' What have you? A Fine Large Tent, perfect condition. Victor Talking Machine. Piano. Wind Mill. Hydraulic Ram. Two Surries. A Fine Hearse. Printing Press, Type, etc. Good Work Horse. A Young Bull. Write or see J. M. RANSlER NOTICE. State of North Carolina, ( ) Henderson County y Notice is hereby given that at the meeting of the Board of Com missioners of Henderson county on the first Monday in August 1909, application will be made by petition to the Board of County Commissioners to alter and change the boundary line be tween the township of Edney ville and Hooper's Creek as fpro vided by the statute. Arthur Rhodes, C. C. Gosnell, . Joshua Ballenger,$ , j. e. youngblood,s W. K. Garren, W. A. McAbee. -Residents and Freeholders of Hoopers Creek and Edney ville townships . Henry Twyford, " Attorney f or petitioners.-: 'i - mvmmsmmm "I II it lr i l ' ... " . - A t : C --.- With every Cortright Metal Shingle Roo you buy peace of tnind. Property Owners in districts lacking adequate fire protection are never free from the care and thought of the probabil ity of fire with the inevi table total loss. 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