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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAP THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1903.
THEOLD RELIABLE Absolutely Pure. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Or THE ur - VERY LOW PRICES. rminiries. -1 i .r i R'l Lim Wind o w s . F r a 1 n e s , ;k Man Hies, Grates, &c. JOHN B. W ATKINS. Mr. C. 1 . Turner returned last week in, in ;i trip to t lie Eastern part of 1 Stalf mid to New York. An-yoii t roublt'd with rheumut ism? Whv i,t try Pokitte? Over 5,000 ,.,m!.- Mild and gave satisfaction. ',,r -li-' at drug stores, "() and 1 .Do a hot ! It". WatHi ilif ilatu in tiiifu witn vonr n un.- mi I he paper. It, shows when (,:.r - iitixcript ion expires or t lie t ime ,i; h.v from. If in arrears a settle- imi iiI will be in order. Mr-. '!. L. Adams has returned a viit ')f several weeks to liv ii-1 1. iro. Salisbury and Charlotte, v, iii-;-" .-lie sjieiit the t line very pleas- ,;;(';.' among relatives. ni!! in- seen bv lefereni-e to ad- .11 ! tii' iit t lit? ralswortli House on vlaii'i street is for sale or rent, 1 1 ii aius jrood irarden. For fur- it. r 'p i rt ieiilars apply 1 o T. T. 1 licks, a: turiii'V. Atti'iii ion is directed totheadver- t i-. i.i' tit oi i. ooper s H areliouse, uliii 'a appears on the fourth page. loiiaiio is liringing better prices in w and they no longer hesitate to ,-nl ! t In bringing of it in. Mr I'. M. Tahlnian left Saturday niiihi for .lays, li hi- and 'i v York to be gone a few e went to visit a brother of arcumiianv Mrs. Tahlnian In.:, ! atle V..:-k and visit inir relatives in New lirooklvn for some weeks. A-hi i we n tobaceo and eotton it i- 'litlii iil! to determine which is at t r.it mir most attention Ironi our ii.-alers t hese da vs. P. livers of both products readilv take all offering and pay highest market prices for r-alii-. Mr. li. L. Wester has engageil in huiness for himself, oivning in the iii-w Wat kins building next to Thomas I'.rnthers i rug store. He lias a nice line of sfai.'leaud fancy groceries, &c and solicits a share of the public's pat rotiage Want to buv a typewriter? Inve- tie-ate the merits of the Fav-Sholes Latest improved up-to-datestandard typewriter made, houaleu by lew stirnassed bv none. Thadli. Manning will show the machine and explain its sutierior points to vou if inter ested. Alex. T. P.arnes is busy at work getting in new goods and supplying 1lie demands of his customers. Inr loads of furniture are stacked up in his house, but it is not allowed to re main long before it is carried away in wagon loads bv buyers all over Vance and adjoining counties. Mention was made last week of the hiss bv fire of Mr. Lyman Barnes store in Lardonia, Texas. Hewasen gaged in the gents' furnishing busi ness instead of drugs, as we stated His loss, as we learn from a letter to his brother. Mr. A. T. Barnes, was 1.000 in excess of insurance. ileiuember the special train toftich- niond next Thursday i hanksgiving lav on account of the foot-ball game there between the University of Virginia and the I'niverity of North Carolina, and the debate between Richmond College and Wake Forest :.." o for the round trip. See adver tisement elsewhere. As announced last w eek Rev. J. II, I fetiderlite preached a special sermon to the Knights of Pvthias at the l'resbvterian church Sunday night The congregation was not a large one, but those who attended felt that it was to be there, the sermon was a good one and the lessons drawn appropriate to the occasior I light & Co. are getting in lots of new goods for Christmas, it may be a little previous, but they are always early in the market, getting thechoice of what's to be had in their line. I liev have a beautuui line oi nne iewelrv. watches, silverware, novel ties, French clocks, fancy china, an inspection of which is respect hilly asked. The store room lately vacated by Thomas Brothers is being repaired and refitted preparatory to being o.-i-upied bv Robert I. Powell, fancy grocer. A storage house has been put up in the rearand when he moves into his new quarters Mr. Powell will carry an increased stock and be enabled to display his goods to bet ter ad vantage. Hear Hay It. Austin sing "Trouble? Well. I Guess that Trouble," in "Lost in a Great City' tomorrow night. - . 320.000 SHINGLES. Nine solid cars of Building Material now heiiig received. Prices right. JOHN B. WATKINS. Accepts Call to Morehead. h" l. P. Walker has resigned the pastorate of the Baptist churches at tlie two cotton mills and will go to Jiorenead Lity the nrst of the year. Hi church there is to be congratu lated on securing his services. A zeal u and consecrated worker in the Master's cause, this young minister fri made hosts of friends in the cora uiuiiitv who will regret to see him K'ave. flic Aronson Shoe is waterproof, com Tt.ihle and a long wearer. TALK r TOWN f Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Young Bereaved. Friends here as well as thrnna-lmnr the State will sympathize with Mr. and Mrs. James R. Youmr. of Rnl- eirh, in the deatli of their infant child, which occurred in New Orleans last week. Airs, loung was visiting her father's family at the time, and ine news oi tliedeuthol the cherished little one came as a surprise and sor row to the friends at home. It Keeps tbc Feet Warm and Dry. Ak today for Allan's Foot-F It cures Chilblains. Swollen. Sweating, Sore! Acl.mg, Dump Feet. At all druggists and shoe stores, 25c. "Lost in a Great Citv." nt Connor Opera House Friday night. All ppecial Bcenery. - . Dorsey's Drug Store. Tlie new fixturesshelves and coun tersare beinjjj put in Dorsev's druir store. The shelves are genuine cherry and the counter-show cases of plate ftiass. 3ietai ceiling was put m a few weeks apro, and when the work is all complete there will not be a hand somer druqr store in the State if in deed its equal can be boasted. Mr. Dorsey is a progressive and public- spirited citizen and always stands well in the lead. FOR SALE AND RENT. The Ellsworth house on Rowland street is offered for sale and rent. Six rooms good garden. Terms reasonable. Apply to T. T. HICKS. Close of Conference Year. At the Methodist Protestant church Sunday night Ilev. J. S. Williams preached his farewell sermon the close of the conference year and is this week attending the annual con ference in Winston. Mr. S. H. Harris is the delegate from the Henderson cimreli. Dr. b . ii. Harris has mmp to attend a meeting of the commit tee on the proposed new college, of which he is a member and one of the most active spirits. flollier (irai'ii Sweet Pmwderi for (Iiildren, SuereHsfully used by Mother Gray, nurse in the Children's I nine in New York, cure Feverish- liens, Bud Stomach, Teething Disorders. move find regulnto the Bowels and Destroy Worms. Over .'0,000 testimonials. They never fail. At !1 druggists, 2"c. Sample FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy. N. Y. A Busy Store. One of the busiest stores in town these days is B. S. Aronson's. The number of suits of clothes and pairs of shoes, to say nothing of hats and gents' furnishings that have gone out from there during the past week would seem astonishing to the unin formed. The extremely low prices and the high quality of t he goods tell the tale. Some extra good bargains are being offered right now in job lot suits and overcoats. Strength and vigor come of good food, duly digested. ''FORCE," a ready-to-serve wheat and barley food, adds no burden but sus tains and invigorates. Watch Ilight & Co's window. Changed daily. - Romeo and Juliet. Manager Aronson informs us that he has booked Simevel's great pro duction of Romeo and Juliet. The newspapers everywhere this produc tion has appeared speak very highly of it. This company carries all the scenery necessary -for an elaborate production; in fact" the papers have said that the balcony scene is one of the finest scenes they have had the pleasure of witnessing. The play is elegantly costumed and Mr. Aronson sa3's it wild be the event of the theatrical season. FOUNTAIN PENS. The George S. Tarker and Paul E. Wirt Fountain Pens, at Hight & Co's.,are too well known to need any further advertis ing than to know they are in the city. We have a good assortment. A hint to the wise sufficient. Hight (SL Co. The Old Bay Line. Attention is called to the adver tisement of the Baltimore bteam Packet Company, which appears in this paper. There is no more de lightful trip than that afforded by the fast and elegant palace steam ers of the Old Bay Line plying the Chesapeake between Baltimore and Norfolk. 11ns has been aptly styled "The people's popular route." The fare is reasonable, the state rooms comfortable, the meals to your liking. Close connection is made with trains of the Seaboard Air Line, North and South. Specialties are introduced in "Lost in a Great City," which will be presented at t ooper Opera House I riday night. . Wear the Aronson Shoe and make your feet glad. A Distinguished Visitor. Mr. John Philip Sousa. the famous composer and band leader, lias been enioving sport afield with gun and dogs hereabouts the past ten days or two weeks, lie has been under the kindly care of Mayor II. J. South erland and that is saving nothing has been left undone to contribute to the pleasure of the distinguished visitor. Mr. Sousa is accompanied bv ins daughter, a bright and ac- plished young woman, who seems to enter into the spirit of horseback riding and shooting with the zest of her father. It has been Mr. Sousa's custom for several seasons past to enjoy a few weeks' shooting out here as the guest of Mayor Southerland, and the great "March King"' has made not a few friends and admirers among our people. Are you going to buy a watch, diamond or anvthinsr in the jewelry line? Ii so. vou cannot do better than what HIGHT & CO. can and will do for you. They also give you a written guarantee as to quality and weight of diamonds. - . . -m Cured Piles After 40 Years. Mr. C. Ilaney, of Geuera, O., had the pile for 40 years. Poetors and dollars could do him no lasting good. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve eure.1 him permanently. Invaluable for cuts, burns, bruises, sprains, lacerations, ec zema, tetter, salt rheum, and nil other skin diseases. Look for the name PcWitt on the package all others are cheap, worthless counterfeits. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind Yea Hate Always Bought Bears the Signature of Solvinj the Forage Problem. Mr. I. M. Green had his engine and corn shredder here at work for Mr. J. W. Beck last week. The Gold Leaf has heretofore had something to say about this method of saving feed and commended it as worthy 6f more general adoption. Mr. Be'-k saved a large quantity of feed this way last year aud was highly pleased with results. Mr. Green has cut up feed for a number of his neighbors and others and may rightly le called a benefactor to his neighborhood in helping to solve the forage problem. FOR RENT A nice dwelling- Pos session at once. JOHN B. WATKINS. Portrait of Col. Cheek. A handsome portrait in oil of the late Col. W. H. Cheek, of Henderson, has been received by State Librarian M. 0. Sher rill, to be hung in the State Library. It is a present from the children of Col. Cheek, who was Colonel of the First North Carolina Cavalry from 186- to 18(55. Aews and Observer. " The portrait in question is the one that was exhibited at the old soldiers' reunion, which was addreesed by Tasker Polk, Esq. It was executed by Miss Sue Hall, one of North Caro lina's most gifted artists, and the work has been much admired by those who have seen it. The picture represents Col. Cheek as he appeared during the war, wearing the Confed erate grey uniform of his rank. The Golo Leaf is glad the portrait of this gallant soldier has been placed with those of other distinguished North Carolinians in the State Li brary. Miss Emma Austin will sing the latest popular songs in "Lost in a Creat City" Friday night. fe- Concerning a Henderson Man. A special to the Charlotte Observer from Washington under date of the 15th, says Pension Commissioner Ware has called on II. H. Burwell, of North Carolina, one of his clerks, to show cause why he should not be dis missed for "dealing in stocks, and for conduct unbecoming a gentleman and a government employe." It appears that Mr.'Burwell and a man named Dudley recently had an altercation in i brokerage office and' Burwell was fined in the police court for assault. The Commissioner has just heard of it, although the occur rence took place some weeks ago, as we learn from the Washington Post, and it is out of this that the present affair arises. Mr. Burwell is a Henderson man. and the item concerning him will be read with interest. He has a $1,400 position, and as there are plenty of otners elamoringlor the place he may be made to walk the plank for parti san purposes. His numerous friends here await the outcome "with anxiety. . To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Liaxati ve Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. TV. Grove's signature is on eaeh box. 25e. Harris-Dunn. i ne following wedding cards were issued last week: Mr. and Mrs. Junius Hamilton Dunn invite you to he present at the marriage of their daughter Lilian Southcrland, to Mr. Charles Alfred Harris, Wednesday ,the twenty-fifth of November, nineteen hundred and three, at nine o'clock, Church of Holy Innocents, Henderson. North Carolina. Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer.""! . . Letter From Cuba. Mr. Alpheus Cook is in receipt of a etterfrom Mr. J. Graham ("foiiy") Roberts, who has been in Cuba the past two or three years. As some of our readers know he is therewith the Cuban Land and Leaf Tobacco Co., cultivating cicrar leaf. He is located in the Southwestern part of the Island between the city of rinarDelKio and San Juan y Martinez, about 5 miles from the latter place. They have between 55 and GO acres planted in tobacco and crow it under shade (cheese cloth) irriatin the land as they do in some sections of the Wes tern part of the United states. Mr. Roberts savs the section ot country in which this farm is located is said to be the finest on the Island, or in the world, to grow fine cigar to bacco, lie writes that he has been very well ever since he has been in Cuba and finds the climate much better than he expected.' Pony says he hopes to return to the htates and . T T "I C ' 1 ' " - nav ins iienuerson menus . visit some time next summer. In the meantime he sends "kindest regards to all enquiring friends." Hear Herbert Lawton.the coon shout- er.m "lost in a ureax my. tuujwr Opera House Friday night. Good Place to Get Married From. Hicrht & Co's. store seems to be a irnod olace for young ladies to grad uate from into tne dussiui state oi matrimony. Thev have had a num ber of popular young saleswomen onlv to lose them to some clever vouiur man matrimonially inclined It was but a few weeks since that the marriasre of Miss Ida Rowland and Mr. Riscoe Bass was announced Now Miss Lillian Dunn and Mr Charlie Harris will be wed on Wed nesday next. Roth these young ladies were at Hight & Co's. when stricken with th? fatal dart from Cupid's bow, though not at the same time. As one would vacate to cleave unto the man of her choke another would take her place. In an unguarded moment Miss Rosa Kerner accepted a position at Hiirbt, & Cos. Realizing that a strange fatality seems to lie about the place, and not yet being desirous of leaving her own home for that of another, she has thought seriously of resigning. But Mr. Hight knows capable help when he has it and he holds the young lady to her bargain. In the meantime she is making the best of an embarrassing situation and is ready to show her friends the prettiest and cheapest line of fine jewelry, gold and silver watches, silverware, fancy china, clocks, holi day novelties, etc., ever brought to Henderson and prices that are bound to please. FOR RENT. Two-story dwelling house containing six rooms and closets. In good repair and convenienltv situated to business part of town. Terms reason able. For further information apply at GOLD LEAF OFFICE. LONGr;cCLAIN. Former Henderson Young Man Wed ded la Danville flany North Caro linians Present. Announcement has heretofore been made made of the approaching marriage of Mr. John Joseph Long to Mrs. Myra Hart Mc Clain. Their wedding occurred in Danville, Va.,on Wednesday evening of last week, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Rutherford Dnla. Rct. J. C. Hall,D. D., of the Episcopal church, was the officiat ing clergyman. Mrs. Dula was dame of honor, and Mr. Henry K. Burgwyn, of Jackson, N. C, was beet man. Mr. Long is a native of Northamp ton, and was at one time treasurer of the county. He lived in Henderson previous to going to Danville, where he holds a responsible position with the American Tobacco Company, and has many friends among our people. Mrs. Long is a native of Henderson, Ky and ia said to be a charming and accomplished woman. She has been re siding in Danville for some time, and is quite popular and much admired. Among out-of-town people present at the wedding were Mrs. Joseph B. Cabell, Memphis, lenn Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dula, New York City; Miss Flora Dula, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Alice Finch, Boydton, Va.: Cant, and Mrs. J. N. White, Alexan dria, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Coop er, Henderson, N. C; Mr. Robert Lassiter, Henderson, N. C; Dr. Henry . Lewis, Jackson, N. C; Henry K. Burgwyn, Jack son. N. C; li. btuart Lewis, university of North Carolina; Mr. Thomas B. Yuille, New York, and Mrs. Allen Hart, Hender son, Ky. Immediately after the marriage Mr. and Mrs. Long left on an extended North ern tour. A Full Stock of FLOORING, CEILING and SHINGLES For sale at a close profit. Tongue and groove ceiling $1.00 and upwards. C. L. BLACKNALL. Kittrell. N. C Miss Georgia Ray MacMillan. The entertainment given at Cooper Opera House last Thursday evening, under the auspices of the King's Daughters, was one of the most ar tistic and enjoyable events of the season. Music was furnished by the Henderson Orchestra, and this was a very delightful feature. Miss Georgia Ray MacMillan, the talented and ac complished elocutionist, delighted the audience with her readings. She had been seen and heard here before, and the good impression she made then was fully sustained on this occa sion. Miss MacMillan is a singularly gifted young woman charming in manner, graceful, bewitching, with a pleasing stage presence, and capti vates her audience by the artistic fin ish, subtle power and dramatic force of her work. In addition to this, there was a chrvanthemum show and ice cream festival, and the amount realized was quite encouraging. t hese good women, laboring in the noble cause they are, deserve the highest praise for their efforts, and the thanks of all whose privilege it was to be at the Opera House Thurs day night are due them for the rare pleasure enjoyed. A Scientific Discovery. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself, even when slightly disordered or over-loaded. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach, relaxing the nervous tension, while the inflamed musrles of that organ are allow ed to rest and heal. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat aud enables the stomach and digestive organs to transform all food into rich, red blood. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. TINNING, 3 GUTTERING. R.oofs Repaired and Painted. Promptly. Wattkins - Hardware - Co. -4 - . Everything to eat staple and fancy groceries, cannea gooas, cereal iooas, meat, meal, flour, hay, grain, etc., whole sale or retail at lowest prices. II. THOMASUiN. Sale of Valuable Farm! TY VIRTUE OF THE POWERS C0N- J ferred on the undersigned Trustee by two Deeds in Trust executea Dy James l. Floyd, one oa the 22nd day of December, 1888, on record in Book 13, Page 797, and one on the 15th dav of March, 1900, on record in Book 19, Pace 582, Vance County Register's office, and also by the powers con ferred on tue unuersignea executors oi me last will and testament of said J.I.J) loyd, fall the heirs to siim the Deed also before payment is demanded) we shall, on JIOJiDAY, DECEMBER TTH, 1903, Sell for cash, at the Court House door in Henderson, that valuable tract 01 land con taining 133y2 acres by recent surrey of George Houghtaling, adjoining lands of Mrs. Jaxey Bobbitt, deceased, J. V. Wrenn. J. T. Floyd, deceased, and Little Ruin Lreek. there is a good building, &c, on the place. Land well adapted tor all crops grown m inis set-won, nen rlv nil of the open land being fresh. A Rtilpiirliil farm. Terms of sale Cash, but purchaser can get time nn V to of the purchase money. Plot can be seen at Trustee s omce. ANDKJSW J. liAKKlf, Trustee. A..T. HARRIS, H. D. FLOYD, Executors of James T. Floyd. Seed Time Is Past. NOW THE HARVEST This Space Belongs to M. DORSEY. Too Busy Fixing Up the Store and Preoarins: for Christmas To Write an Advertisement. YOUR WANTS SUPPLIED "JUST THE SAME." CHEAP Coal Wood We have the nicest and largest stock of Anthracite and Splint Coal, Also PINE AND OAK WOOD. Any length. -:- Satisfaction and prompt service guaranteed. Poythress' Coal & Wood Yard, -Phone, No. 88.- CAPTAIN CAIN IN TROUBLE. Popular Seaboard Air Line Conductor Has An Unusual Experience with Motherless Babies Grave Charge Brought Against Him. One of the cleverest and most popular conductors on the Seaboard Air Line Railway noted for the gallant and courteous men in its passenger service is Captain Louis Cain. He is known from one end of the line to the other, and to know him is to like him. And when he gets into trouble there is distress in more hearts than one. Captain Cain ia a bachelor (throueh choice, of course,) but there is no greater admirer of women or lover of children. And it is this predominating trait in his character that got our friend into trou ble last, Friday it is alleged. As passen gers on his train out of Portsmouth was a woman and two small children, pre sumably about one year and a half and two months old respectively. All went weu until Weldon was reached. The mother got off and went to a 6tore some distance away. The train stayed its usual time and pulled out. Returning some minutes later and discovering that uk iituu wan gone, me muuier wasiran- I tic. Her babes were comfortably wrap ped and slumbering sweetly on two seats turned facing one another. After awhile one of them waked up. It started a yell. This aroused No. 2. They set up a howl in unison. The chorus was kept up until the passengers became desperate. Capt. Cain came to the rescue. The mother was sought in vain. He could afford no relief. But it was his business and the passen gers would hear no excuse. The situa tion was becoming critical to the con ductor at least. Would he be charged with kidnapping the infants? Perhaps those who did not know him would be lieve so. Bat he didn't want them. And nobody else would take them. The moth er was not there to claim her own. What should he do? Capt. Cain's feelings at the situation in which he found himself can better be im agined than described. In the meantime Roanoke Junction was reached. The telegraph wires were brought into ser vice. Communication was established with the mother in Weldon. What was to be done? There she was here were the bawling babies six miles away. Permission was asked to sidetrack the train and go back with the engine to Wel don and bring the mother to take pos session of and quiet the tumult that was going on with her precious progeny. That would delay matters too long. The re quest was not complied with. Orders came to put the babies in charge of the agent at Roanoke Junction with instruc tions that he convey them to Weldon and safe delivery make to their rightful claim ant at the earliest practical moment. Orders were obeyed, and the last seen of the infants terrible they were in a hack one in the lap of the agent, the other between the knees of the driver, both kicking and squalling, the caravan head ed toward Weldon, while Capt. Cain pro ceeded with his tram, happier every mile that the distance was widened between them. And they do say that since that little episode our hero will not even look at a picture of himself taken when he was a baby. Not a Sick Day Since. 'I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble.. I tried all sorts of medicines, none of which relieved me. One day I saw an ad. of your Electric Bitters and determined to try that. After taking a few doses I felt re lieved, and soon thereafter was entirely cured, and have not seen a sick day since. Neigh bors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility." This is what B. F. Bass, of Fremont, N. C, writes. Only 50c at Mel ville Dorsey's Drug Store. COOPER OPERA HOUSE U B. S. flRONSON, Manager. L9 20 0N& NlGttT ONLY, FRIDAY, November 20 THE AUSTIN AND STINER COMPANY, Presenting the Eminent Character Comedian MR. HARRY R. AUSTIN, IN THE FOUR ACT MELODRAMA, "Lost In A Great City." ALL SPECIAL SCENERY. SPLENDID MECHANICAL EFFECTS. NEW AND UP-TO-DATE SPECIALTIES. DON'T FAIL TO SEE, THIS SHOW Seats Now On Sale at the Eagle Pharmacy. PRICES: 25c; 50c; and 75c. CLOAKS! : CLOAKS!! : CLOAKS!!! FOR. LADIES, MISSES and CHILDREN Another Big Lot Just In. THOflAS NEWCOHB. CHRISTMAS GIFTS in the greatest profusion, most artisti '''' cally elegant and always most accepta ble, are easiest selected from a stock of ! jewelry that is unsurpassed in its yariety, beantv ana elegance, sacn as xnax bbuwu here. 'These lines of jewelry and silver ware cannot be surpassed. HIGHT & CO., Jewelers rnd Optici&ns. ABOUT SCHOOLS. There Are no More Important Institu tions, Yet Few Parents Take the Interest in Them That They Should. The following article from the Albe marle Enterprise is good and timely reading, and true. It may be applied to Henderson with equal propriety and force: "Whose are they and who is respon sible for them? There is no more im- Eortant institution anywhere, yet ow many people feel the interest in them that they should? If our corps of teachers were training young horses or dogs for our citizens, the owners thereof would flock to see how their precious possessions were pro gressing. But it is only our children they are training, and we neglect to visit the schools, and many do not inquire how they are succeeding and seem to take little interest, except to criticise and censure, and this in the presence of their children, thus en- couraging them to disloyalty aud uisoueuience in scnooi. "School teachers assume a grave responsibility and should receive sym pathy and help from all concerned, especially parents who entrust their precious little tines to their care. Some of our teachers are strangers. Have you given them a kindly wel come and assured them of your sym pathy and support? "The school in which teachers, pupils and the homes of the pupils harmon ize for the one purpose of drawing forth best results from and for the child must be one in which there is a manifest interest on the part of each for the other. In other words, co operation is the kej'-note." - A Remarkable Case. One of the most remarkable cases of a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, causing pneumouia. is that of Mrs. Gertrude E. Fenner, Marion, Ind., who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough, strengthened my lungs and re stored me to my normal weight, health and strength." Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. - Letter From Kittrell. Kittrell, N. C, Nov. 18, 11)0.1. Editor Gold Leaf: It is with heart felt pleasure that we announce that Mr Hugh M. Ilight, who has been very seri ously ill with typhoid fever, is on the road to recovery. 1 Ie has hosts of friends in this and other communities who share in this pleasure. Miss Royall, a trained nurse from Richmond, who was with him during the critical stage of his illness returned yesterday. His daughter. Miss Mary Ilight, came from the Normal Col lege to be wuth him also. Miss Bettie Morton, of the Townesville neighborhood, who has been on a visit to her parents for several weeks, has re turned to Kittrell to be with Mrs. Ruth Morton, with whom she spends most of her time. Mrs. C. B. Ellis and Mrs. J. C. Allred and children went to Raleigh last week to visit Mr. John Ellis at the Yarboro House, with which he has been connected for seventeen years. He will sever this connection when the Yarboro goes under the new management. Their many friends will hear with gen uine regret that Mrs. C. B. Ellis and all of her family will shortly remove to Selma. Mr. Peyton Ellis, of Raleigh, was here yesterday morning to inspect the telephone line. Mr. Ellis has risen quite rapidly in telephone circles since he began to say "Hello!" at the central station here. Mrs. Tom Capeharthas been quitesick, but is convalescing now. Mrs. AV. II. Harris, of Franklinton, came over Saturday and remained till Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. IL M. Person. The marriage of Miss Hettie Finch to Mr. Otho Stewart, of Monroe, will be solemnized this afternoon at Union Chapel. P. DO YOUR. KICKING ARONSON'S SHOES They Can Stand It. WATERPROOF B. S. ARONSON. OVER FIVE THOUSAND BOTTLES OF Sold and gave satisfaction. by not try a bottle for that case of Rheumatism of yours? Pokine cures Rheumatism and Neuraliria. For sale at drug stores. Price 50c and $1.00 a bottle. NOTICE. I HAVE QUALIFIED AS ADMIMSTKA tor of theestateof G.G.Stannton.dfwiiwnl before thel'lerkof theSuperiorConrt of Vance County, North Carolina, on October 5, lyo.i. AH persons having claims against said de ceased must produce them to me bef ore Octo ber 5, l'J04, or thi notii-e will be pleaded in T. T. ifiCK.S, Administrator of G. G. Staunton, deeeased. Henderson, X. C, Oct. 24, 1903. NICE DRY WOOD. A CAR LOAD OF NICE DRY DOGWOOD, CUT SHORT AND SPLIT - FINE, f 3.25 A CORD. ALSO DRY PINE. Cat or uncut to suit purchasers. All or ders promptly attended to. I. J. YOUNG, Proprietor, Uptown Wood Yard. PHONE M7- ASK US It contains ALL the medicinal elements of cod liver oil, actually taken from -genuine, fresh cod-livers, with organic iron, and other body building ingredi ents, in a delicioitsly palatable -and easily digested form. It is therefore recognized as the 9 IX fSS 1253 23 y I a Mi d E! lli known to medicine REMEDY FOR the Chronic Colds Hacking Coughs Sure signs of danger ahead. 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