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THE HENDEllSQN GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1805.
& SW WW WW WW WW WW In addition to its ordinary available assets -this bank is .still fortified, and as follows! J l'i..ii vidd I routs ! !iti.;i.il Liability of Stockholders .Z.'.. ". lOo'oOO O x .141- A 1 1 .fk j . hi ii y vtT iiuu nuove aii umer Upon this bais of security we ask the patron 'c of the public. . - (BntiUZGODQ Of Henderson, N. C. itoonccoCw TALK fOr THE TOWN I 1 p VERY LOW PRICES. LiMiiber, Lime, Shingles, poors. Windows, Frames, 0 ik Mantels, Tiles, Grates, &c. JOHN B. W ATKINS. l h- I'.o!litt School will give anen tdt iinrii-:it Friday night, Feb. 24, l!)n",. for-the purpose of raising a f.unl v.itli which to furnish their ht i Admission 10 cents. All are i(,r-.i,i!!y invited. Tii;- of real estate which was n lvt rtistMl hy W. H. Pun ish and wife f.r MoikIuv. l.'Hh, was not held on ;i. ( i)Uiit of the bal weather. Sale was j-i i'oiumI until Saturday, 18th, as will Ik- seen by reference to advertise ment. Tlifiv will be a meeting of the Wiiitxifvcr Circle of the Kiiijr' p.nilitcis at Mrs. J. I. Miller's at 4 i.Yio. k Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 21st. A mil at tendance of nil the members is earnestly requested as bu-iness of i-.'iportam-e to be considered. It. Holbitt advertises a pair of Aim- mules, ." and 7 years oh 1, for sale. Su'ind. gi'iitle and srood size f-r farm in- wagon team. Reason for selling i- iii it tl.e owner. Robert Burroughs, l,a-'Miir farming- and taken position i.u raiiroad. Will sell one or both as j.ii:. -haser may prefer. Terms reas oiialI'. ( oi ii whiskey appears to have the iLhr of way over rye whiskey by a 1 i: -.- inaioritv as shown by the rec ur! of salt s made at the. dispensary 12.."'fi as against $(.2i2.15. Is i his because the people love the ex tr i"t of corn better than rye, or do i ' bay white likker in prefernee t o t . red article because ir, is eheaier? - . -. iVantil'n! eyes unil bmulHoine face are elo ;. nT commendatioiiB. Blight eye are vin .!. s to a woman's henrt. Hollistcr'nItiMrky Mountain Tea makes bright eyes. 35 conts, T. .. or Tablet.. Parker's Two Dru Stores. The rebate cheek in my; advertisement in the (J01.D Leaf this week will be v. rth $ 1.00 as a rebate check, if cut out of the paper and brought to my store. Wif" Only one check honored to each cerson. ROBERT B. POWELL. They Made Good. The Lyman Twins at 1 be Racea made good at Cooper Ope a House Tucslay night. It was "one of the best things of the kind that has been here in a long time. Full of ludicrous and humorous 'situations, mirth provoking and laugh-producing, there were few dull momenta form start to finish. The performance was immensely enjoyable throughout and the large audience that greeted them went away well pleased with the Ly man Twins at the Races, rf Has Stood the Test as Years. Thf old, original GROVE'S Tasteless Chill Tunic. Yon know w hat yon are taking. It ir.m and quinine in a tasteless form. ro enre. no pay. . 50c. - , - r. '"aZ ' For Sale. A pair of fine mules, 5 and 7 years old. Sound, gentle and "of good shuM Reason lor selling, ower. Robert liucrougbs, has quit farming to take a position on rail road. Will sell one or both.- Price reas e:.atl. For further informatian apply to I. C. B0BBITT. llenderson. N.C. Bargains Galore. " The great sacrifice sale" of the Bee 1 1 1 ve DeoartnieutStore s stocK is now on. Ikiro-nins unheard of in these parts are offered in clothing, shoes, liis. overcoats, furnishings, dry Pods. etc. Everything, ia fact, in the immense stock baa ben marKeti down at a price that means money saved to the nurclmser. Saleeontin- u.-s until Saturday, Feb. 25th, and ii one should fail to take advantage us tliia nnnortunitv to secure bar rains' in seasonable and serviceable m rebandise. ' -Poisons in Fod. I't rhaps you don't realize that many pain broils originate in your food, but someday J 'n max feel a twinge of dyspepsia that wili 'iiviiipe vou. Dr. King's New Life Pills are k m ran teed to cure all sickness due to poisons .i imai.rKtoa tnnd or monev back. 23c at M-'.viUe Dorsey's drug store. Try them. (lit Ollt". tiio rohnto check in mv adver tis.Mnant in fia Ont T TjEAF thlS WCek an-1 l.-;nn tn the atnre. It will be vrth L00 as a rebate check equiva- ! i::t tn a inch Tnti'bnse of 51.00 i-j1" Only one check honored, to each ROBERT B. POWELL. The Fertilizer that Fertilizes Best. This ia wbfltthp farmer wants when I--' buys a fertilizer. - And this is the t iaim made for the Caraleigh Fertit izers Special Tobacco Guano and special Cotton Guauo. . Thea-inev make special brands for corn, truck 'all grains and other crops. These fertilizers have been sold in Vance county for vears and are highly en dorsed bv snme nf the most success f"l and experienced farmers. . For sale in Henderson by the Burroughs-Cole- "ian tompauy. isee advertisemeuu iu "us paper. - ' " - " A Guaranteed Cure for Piles; It. bins, Blindt Bleeding or Protrudin 1 l'.Hfl. Ilmirmata mfntid ltmMT if X AZ' OINTMENT fails to cure any case, no matter ri how long standing, iu 6 to 14 days. First application gives ease and rest. 50c. II J"oiir druggist hasn't it send 50c in stamps mi it will be forwarded post-paid by. Pans medicine Co.. St. Louie. Mo. I C J C ) o '8 iiintn a " Assets 225,000 HENDERSON DISPENSHRY. Report to the Board of Town Commis sioners Showing Business Done for Twelve Months Ending December 31st, 1904. From the report of the secretary and treasurer made to the Commis sioners of the town -of Henderson showing the business 0 the dispen sary for twelve months ending Dec. 31st, the following is taken: , Income from sales of .C - J -" - Corn whiskey $42 360 50 Rye Whiskey 6 292 15 Wine, beer, ete.....;.;... t i 3 749 81 Barrels......;......:. U 308 60 Discounts 555 31 Total amount of sales.... $ 53 266 37 Expenses for various purposes, includ ing stock purchased, salaries and labor, $35 903 22 Excess of sales over expenses f 17 363 15 Less dividend paid to town June 30 $2 866 06 September 30 3 569 38 December 31 7 544 88 Total $ 13 980 32 Assets, including stock on hand, furni ture, fixtures, empty barrels, etc., , - $3 382 83 Liabilities.undiVided profits,! 3 382 83 Half of the money paid by the dis pensary went to the schools of th county, including, of course, Hender son schools. . : . f It makes no difference how many medicines have failed to cure you, if you are troubled with headache, constipation, kidney or liver troubles, Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will make you well. Parker's Two Drug Stores. Call and seer the nice line of crockery ware just received at H. TH0MAS0N. Good Attractions or Nane. There have not been very many at tractions at Cooper Opera House t his season, but what there have been were good ones -Manager Aronson will not. have any other kind if he knows it. He wants to rive his pat rons their money'H worth orhewants them to keep it. Take the Lyman Twins Tuesday night, for instance. The expense incurred by Mr. Aronson iu getting this attraction was much greater than the average, but his de sire is to please his patrons whether he gets as much out of itornot. And it is this sort of a thins that is mak ing the attendance at the Opera nouse uetcer. There's a pretty girl in an Alpine hat, A sweeter girl with a sailor brimS,"?'- - But the handsomest girl you'll ever seee, Is the sensible girt who uses Bocky Monn " ' tain Tea. ' " ' For sale at Parker's Two Drug Stores. Worth One Dollar. ' The rebate check in my advertisement in tne uold leaf this week will be worth its face as a rebate check. Cut it out and brine to store. - - .. : Psb Only one check honored to each person. - - v ROBERT B. POWELL. Death of Mr. John S. Ellis. Mention was made in these columns ast week of the critical condition of Mr. John S. Ellis, who was stricken with paralysis at the home of his br therj Mr. E.- W; Ellis, in" Hender son on Tuesday night previous. Such was the nature or the case that it was seen from the first that it must prove ata I. Monday night Mr. Ellis died. In his death a rood man has passed away. As stated last week lie was for twenty one years clerk at the lar borough llouse in liafeigh, and had a. - wide acquaintance. He was verv popular and his death will cause deep regret. ,t Mr. Ellis would Imve I ieen &d years old the lath or next I July. He had never married. The funeral was held from the resi dence where he died at 4 o'clock Tues- lav afternoon, Rev. Julian E. Ingle coiiductinjr the service. Interment was made at the cemetery. Deserved Popularity. To cure Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving the bowel and acting as a tonic to the liver, take Little Early Risers. These famous Little Pills are mild, pleasant and harmless, but effective and sure. Their universal use for many years is a strong guarantee of their popularity and usefulness Sold by Parker's Two Drug Stores. Read 'Weary Willie Walker" as given at theOi era House here last night, was the beet at- tractiou here this season. R. L. FLANIGAN. Mgr. Opera House, Statesville, N C Feb. 1,1905. "Weary Willie Walker" pleased a big audi ence here K-7."-? w- - - G. A. COWAN, Mgr. Opera House, Kock Hill, 8. C. "Weary Willie Walker" gave big satisfac tion nere f eb. h. - . -.7 W. B.M00RE, Mgr. Opera House, YorkvUle, S. C. ..... - -- -- "Weary Willie Walker" as presented Feb. 10, was the funniest play Here in years. R. . WEEKS, Mgr. - Academv, Orangeburg, S.C- . . -j "Weary Willie Walker" is a fine show and rave great satisfaction here hut evening, Feb. 9th. - MTTRR A Y A KEEN E. Mers. Auditorium, Chester, S. C. f At Cooper Opera House, Thursday evenimr. Feb. 23rd..,-- . 0, . ''' ': MstJ.ISTCR'8 ftecky fountain Tea KcssS?. A Buy Mieuw m bvj rwpw. Brian OohUs HalA sal Bsaswsi Vlgse. ? A speelne forOonsUpatton. Indlgestlea, Lte and Kldnev Troubles, Flmpiea Blood. T.t form. 8ft eents a box. Gmulneinad Houjstu Daoa Comfakt, Msolsmi, Wlfci. - GOLDEN RU6GETS FOR SALLC9 PESPLB O o - ( ) 9 n W- CIRCULAR LETTER ' Citizens Bank Pleasant Relations Established In the Coarse of Sixteen L Ver f Business Intercourse; XThdi f ollowinjs circular? letter has beensent to friends and customers 01 tne (Jinzen uanic: -- V Dsab Hib: You no doubt have learned of several new banks that have been or ganized and will shortly open for busi ness in this section. For the oast sixteen years the, people living in this ' town, county and section, who have had bank' ing business, have been our valued custo mers. - It is no light thing to change an association tbathaabeen mutually Dleas- ant and agreeable for so many years. For this reason it appears to us, not only to oe jusuaaoie, Dot to be.our duty, both to osr customers and durselvee. to indicate to them our sense of appreciation of their past relations witb us, and ours with them, and to express our trust that these may continue and grow closer ! rom year to year. - - In this connection there are some thin era we ask you to remember. First, our cap ital ana surplus, amounting to ?l2o, 000.00, making us the strongest bank in this section. Our entire assets are more than half a million dollars. Second, it has been our policy always to look as carefully after the interests of those who do business with us as we do our own. To our borrowers we loan money at the rate of 6 per cent.; to our depositors who have funds that they will not use for some time, we allow interest at the rate of 4 percent if deposited for a specified time of six months or longer; or at the rate of 3 per cent, if deposited for three months or longer. Assuring yon of our appreciation of both your friendship and your business, and trusting that we can continue to serve you . , , TM, ; I ' t Sincerely yours, .5 4 . Cashier. A Wonderful Saving. The largest Methodist Church in Georgia, used 32 gallons of L. & M. mixed with 24 gallons of oil, thus making paint cost about fl.20 per gallon. They calculated to use 100 gallons of other paii t. Saved about $80.00, and also got a big donation of L. & M. Dealers gladly sell L. & M.., because their customers call for it, and say they used it 12, 14 and even 30 years ago. Don't pay f 1.50 a gallon for linseed oil. which you do in ready-for-use paint. ; Boy oil fresh from the barrel at 60 con taper gallon, and mix it with L. Sc. M. Paint. It makes paint cost about $1.20 per gallon Sold by Melville Dorsey. Bead our ads. and see what the News and Observern&ja about Vinol. Parker's Two Drug Stores.3, Brick. II Orren. The following invitation hasr beeh rex-eived by friends here and 'else where, thp Gold LEAFackiHiwledging the courtesy of a handsomely en- i ifo rrrf-J no oil ' Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Brickell request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Margaret Williamson to Dr. I. E. Green On the afternoon ol Thursday, February ?; 1" sixteenth ' nineteen hundred and five at three-thirty o'clock Grace Episcopal Church Weldon North Carolina f 7 , Letter to Henry Perry. .. ' Henderson, N. V. . -;-.: Dear Sir: Herels a paint that's lieing sold to bargain-hunjters: . - 10 per cent lead 50 " !isinc. 20, " " barytes 20 P 41 whiting Barytes and whiting Tire sand and white wash, not paint.-. j, ..... Some people must like gold bricks. Th name hi t.liat naint is ' . . ' "rture lead-and-zinc." The dealer who sells it says it's as good asJDevoe.-.. :- ... v - lours trury, " ' i ?p. W. DEVOE & Co. P. S. Parham Bros. Supply Co. sell our paint. The Telephone. Richmond Times-Dispatch . It is harxJ for .the "people" of the younger generation,. to realize that the Bell telephone is only thirty years old The first conversation over a telephone which this, , writer bad was in loTU and the instrument in. Virgin ia was even then somethingof a novel ty. But the development of the tele-. uhone service since io nas ueeu something enormous.,. This fact is brousrht out lira bulletin lust issued hi 'the Census Bureau, whichshdws that between 1880 and 1902 the num ber of telephone exchangesr in this countr v. , increased from 4o lil x i ,- 361, or about thirty fold, and it is Mtimafc tnat the number of talk s hv toUhnne in tb latter vpar 'was more than five billion." The numlier of telephones in use in 1902 was 2. 315,297, or about one in thirty-four of the population. The telephone business now greatly, exceeds mat oi the telegraph. The amount invested in telephone lines in luua was anour S348JKK).0O0. as compared with 1 103,000,000 -invested .in the tele- jrraph. The number ot jiersons em- ploved bv the telephone lines was u,- 628. while the telesrrapb employed I onlv 29,9 to. In that year the tele- I phone had in 'service four times as manv miles of wire as the telegraph and carried fifty-six times asnany messages..' i j I l: All these figures would, doubtless, 8how a markejl increase as or t lie present date. . It is to be remembered that the development is not, by any manner of means, confined to the cities and towns. There a re now ma ny local lines in the country, to say nothing of the iotig-disfam-e lines, the number of rural lines having an averasre lemrth of tea miles, bein;r m 1902 nearlv 5,000. These lines are owned bv farmers who dispensed al together with switch-board facilities. The telephone is no longer ti luxury ; it has become a necessity, and tele phone lines will continue to multiply. Whmm turn Wmat FLOEl'JRS FrF Wedding, etew, Leave(yonr orders with me or send direct to M.Sfefesefr,i7afefeft KL m and they will receive prompt attention, at the lowest jnarket" price. . i - ; v Henderson, N. CL THE CORBITT EUSSY CO. Gratifying Success and Development j of a Henderson Enterprise Capital Stock facrecscd from f30,ooo to 1 v" if, it.. A f - ' M At uie aunpai meeiingor rnestocK bolders of the &rbitt Buggy Oim pany, recently behl, tl eapitalistock was in-reased from 30,000 to f GO, O00. This means a birger business fur the concern in future with more working capital and enlarged facili tifs.y ; : . j, ' ; - j x, The l)usinesstjliepast year was very satisfactory, it beinjr difficult to keep up with orders. The prospects for 1905 are rood. They will turn out 5,000 vehicles thisyear. Their trade extends all over the South Virginia; North Caroluia, South Carolina.Geor gia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisauar They travel four men. TheCorbitt Buggy Company have not been in business quite four years. They have done remarkably Well each year showing a gratifying increase over the previous year's business. Starting with $ 20,000 capital this was Increased to $30,000 the second year. Now they have increased to $60,000, as above stated, all paid in. Last year they built a new factory of their own, 120x200 feet. Thebusi ness bas developed to such extent that their quarters are not adequate to present demands; They will build an aniK GOxlSO feet this spring. The Corbitt Buggy Company em ploy 65 men. They spend 30,000 a year among the merchants, real es tate owners and Others of the town: It is an enterprise of which Hender son has cause to. be proud and to Which our people should' give every encouragement and extend a hearty financial as well as moral support. All the old officers were re-elected A. C. Zollicoffer, president; Dr. F. R Harris, vice-president: J. B. Owen. treasurer; R. 5. Corbitt, secretary and general manager." " A LETTER TO MOTH ERS. All Mendcr4pn Women Should Be In. terestrd. . Mrs. Charles Perry of Glens Falls, N. Y. writes: ''I wish I could induceeverv moth er who bas a weak, sicklv child to try that delicious cod liver oil preparation, Vinol. We were so worried about our little daughter she had lost flesh, was thin, pale and sickly, and nothing seemed to do,her,any good. Having heard of Vinol we decided to try it, and tte results were marvellous. Her appetite has been restored and she is gaining in weight right MAIIY AGNES PERRY. - alongthe color has returned to her cheeks and Bhe seems stronger than she has for 3ears." Lvery mother m Henderson is asked to try Yinol on our guarantee to make chil dren robust,strongand healthy or return money if it fails. Vinol is a pure cod liver oni i)reparation. but without a drop of oil to npset the stomach and retard its work. It is delicious to the taste and children love it.' - It' does not taste, nor look, nor smell like a cod liver prepara tion: yet it is. We have never sold anything in our store equal to Yinol to create strength for old people, weak, sickly women'-and children. - W. W. Parker, Draggitt. 4t .IF in Pneumonia.;" ' New York World.T , ' i Pneumonia is the one prolific cause of death which is stead ily lncreasmg in our country the number of its vic tims. The open air treatment of con sumption reduced deaths from that cause from 245 per 100,000 in 1890 to 190. in 1900.. Iu the same period diphtheria, under , antitoxin treat ment, lost just half its deadliness. Typhoid, diarrhoeal diseases, even paralysis, declined iu virulence. nt pneumonia grew in the whole coun try from 9 tolO percent, of all causes of death in the teiv years; and in the "area of registration'' it now stands first among the causes of death, sur- ?assmg even consumption. In New ork the disease is especially fatal at present. The .rnenmonia uommission ot the New York Board of Health is allowed to spend $10,000 one-tenth of one cent for every dollar of thecity's share of the army and navy bilhvfor a year upon experiments to ascertain the cause and cure of pi'dumonia. The meniliers are of the. anjhest skill and their labors promi good results. m me meaurr.e a practical o user- vat ion is that, like pneumonia, heart disease, cancer and diseases of the liver are also increasing in ratio:of . . i . rr,i "1 i - . a iieaaiiuess. inese ailments most afflict those who "live high" and "go the race. A man past middle age who has for vears eaten and drunk ti much, and is fat ami flabby is a "bad risk iu pneumonia. A temperate life and plenty of fresh air will liest enable most persons to avoid disease. Eagle Pharmacy. Prescrip tion Files. I have bought the prescription files of the Eagle Pharmacy and can fill all num bers on same, taremlness and accurar? observed and only the best and purest drugs employed inourpresvription work. MEL YILLE DORSEY. Presidential Inauguration. WASHINGTON, D. C, MARCH 4TH, 1905. Special Low Rates vli Seaboard Air Line Railway. ' Account of the nbrT occasion t he Seaboard announces a rate of one fare plus 25 eents from all points on its line to Washington and return, lickets will be sold March 2Bd-3rd, final limit March 8, with the privilege of ex tension to March 18 upon payment of fes of onedollar. For military comDauk and bra bands one cent per mile per capita for 2a or more on one ticket. We have double daily service from princi pal points in North Carolina -without -change to Washington, trainsconsistingof vestibuled day coaches, dining and steeping cars. For farther information as to rates, sched ules and time tables apply to L B. BRADY, AGENT, Henderson, N.C. ' C.H6ATTIS,T.P.A,t Raleigh, N. C. . I vi ORINOCO TOBACCO GUANO. An Article c4 Siaadardilcrlt That IUt Successfully Stood the Test for 3o Years RrmarkaMe OrowC f tt Attention called to the b?x play advertisement c-I the F. 8. Roy ster Ooano tkympany, manufacturers of Orinoco -.Tobacco Goano, on the fourth nae f the Gold Leaf this week. Ko fertilizer is better or more favorably known, anioiig toltaccu 'iMiiius..'' tt. . . . . . 1 i. ',.-'1 the test for twenty years, and its sale exceeds that of any other brand of fertilizer made in the United State. It is scW wherever tobacco fagrtlirii. The record oiales.js perJutps its own best comment, speaking loader than words, tn X885 the saJe were 250 tons; 1890, five vears later, 1,500 tons; 1895, thev reached 12, 000 tons; 1900, 58,455, since which ttcueCtlie demand has increased phV uomenalTy until the grand totil of 120,772 tons was reached last year. The indications are., that 1905 will show a still greater incraw4Qr l Orinoco Tobacco Guano Is too wU known to require words of introduc tion or recommendation. It is looked upon in all tobacco growing com munities as the standard tobacco guano and is not only recognized as such by merchants and planters, but by manufacturers as well. . 1 is wpej: cially prepared for tobacco and that? fs whyitgives such remarkable and satisfactory results. When you see Royster's trade mark on a bag of fertilizer.it is like the word "Sterling" on silver it's aguaran tee of genuine nessand goodness. . 4 ? i. , (. The; F,8, Royster G.uanQ Company is composed of North Carolinians, and during this growth of their busi ness the company has not changed hands in any respect. The business was originated by Mrl F. SL Rovster at Tarboro, N. C , and he -is still the president of the company,' Mr. C. F. Burroughs being the vh-president. It is an independent concern "not in a trust" and not a dollar of for eign capital is invested in the busi ness. , .r, :":v . As the business increased enlarged facilities were required. Thecompan moved to Norfolk owing to the favor able port ad van ta jres and established a factory there while still operating the Tarboro plant. Factories have since been built at Columbia, S. CV and Macon, Ga., these works being among the largest in the entire South..';. fcVv'S In connection with the publication of a small pamphlet of voluntary testimonials, the following statement is made by the manufacturers In re gard to t heir goods: ife-S "For nearly twenty years Orinoco has been the leading Tobacco Guano in North Carolina and Virginia, because it 1s mad? for Tobacco especially. ' "We have made Tobacco Fertilizers a study and know there is nothing on the market that equals it as a producer of Fine Tobacco, and itwell deserves the title of King of Tobacco Guanos. Tbere is more Orinoco sold than any other To bacco Guano made. "In North Carolina, the home of the F. S. Royster Guono Co., where the name Royster isfso'' familiarly known, : a"id where the names of Orinocoand Farmers Bone are ' household 1 wosds to every plauter of Cotton and ' tobacco, we feet that the publishing of testimonials is a waste of paper and printers' ink, at the same time we cannot help but publish, a few of the letters we have received from our planter friends speaking so highly of our goods. "The strongest statement we can make in connection with pur goods is that the high standard , they have attained will always be maintained in the future, it being our aim always to make the best fertilizer possible, giving the benefit of our experience, of over 20 years." The following testimonial is printed as a sample of those referred to: Falling Creek, N. C, Oct. 25, 1904. . F. 8. Royster Guano Co., - s Norfolk, Va., - "-' " f Gentlemen: Your Orinoco Tobacco Ouano is just what you claim for it. It is the best fertilizer on the market: I have come to this conclusion after five years trial with other brands, and do not believe it has an equal. I will in future use no other, as I can easily make 1,200 pounds of tobacco per acre, which never fails to bring me good prices. I can cheerfully recommend it to all farmers who grow tobacco. : Yours truly, W. L. ARTHUR. The Parham Brothers Supply Co. have been appointed selling agents of the F. S. Royster Guano Company in Henderson, and can supply their cus tomers with this favorite fertilizer in any quantity desired. ' ; ' Grave Trouble Foreseen. It needs but little foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver are badly affected grave trouble is ahead, unless you take the proper medicine for your disease, as Mrs. John A. Young, of Clay, N. Y., did. She says: "1 had neuralgia of the liver and stom ach, my heart was weakened and I could not eat. I was very bad for a long time, but in Electric Bitters I found just what I needed, for they quickly relieved and cured me." Best medicine for weak women. Sold under guar antee by Melville Dorsey, druggist, at 50c a bottle. - - .. . . . 4 w ANTED 10 men in each state to travel, tack signs and distribu s samples and circulars of our goods. Sal ary JpTo.OO tier month. $3.00 per day for expense. Kuhlman to., IJcpt. o., Atlas Building, Chicago. fTttoaper Opera llousrr mmP B. S. Hromon, Mmmmomr. Lim THURSDAY, FED. 23rd, The Jingling Farce Comedy, if WEARY WILLIE WALKER." A First-Class Attraction,' Intro-1 ducing Singing and High - ' - . . ' Oass Specialties . j3 Reserved seats on sale at Robert B Powell's. Usual pTices. . 5 A. G. Daniel, Wholesale sss Retail ? : Dealer ia . .. " . r m Shingles, Laths, Lum ber, Drick, Sash, Doors and Blinds. - Full stock at lowest Prk bnsite South ern Grocery CbwpahyT " . ; v . , - --.. ....' ... '3- Hondrsn. N. C - ; ANOTHER FJ2L ATTRACTO. Weary AVitlle Walker and tils Com ' pany of Fnn flalcers to Appear at Coopcfvra HouaThrsdsy Even- Manager Aronson gave his patrons an Tentoyaifc treat til the Lvman Twins at the Races Tnesdav niirhr The nndice wniou of tlwHurjrest and best pleased of the season. And if the flattering4iressnotieesand vol untary, tateueutg of opera house nwninjjjeti iir 1 61 iu-h tel, ntpth er equally as etifovalile is in store for amusement lovers at Cooper Opera nouse next I nursdav evening in Weary Willie Walker and his com pany of Iuunmkei.vThe Colllowitisr frpm the OwngebnrgiS. (X, Evening irr, vi r.a-Hi-speaiiH ior irseii: ii mere were any dissatisned ones among the large audience at the Acad- i emyof Music, last night when the cur- tasn had falleit on the last act. thev did t hot "give vent to their dissatisfaction. There may have been a few who felt that they fma lost some of their dignity in Kiviajveni to uproarous appiause.je t ior tub no one eould be blamed other than theniselmWMryJiUieWslker and his company of fun makers seemed to catch J he audience from the very first witty saying, and from that time on, there was & la ugh every minute or rather a continuous gale of merriment nntil the curtain bad fallen on the last act. Every member of the company is a fun maker and a specialist.- and each takes every opportunity of tickling the risibili ties oi tne onlookers. There are several good voices in the company and there is much good singing most oi it above the average. '"Little Bessie" is a marvel and is a whole show in herself. This little child has a. wonderful voice for one of ber age, Jnd sans; and talked; ber way into the earts of alt. 1 1 is worth more than the price ol admission iuSt to see the acting. hear the singing, and to witness the spe cialties of this child. Weary Willie Walker and his company will always be welcomed toOraneebure. and if they were to repeat the perform ance to-night, every one who was there ast evening would again be found inside the Opera House, accompanied by a cou ple ol mends. . fllve Your Stomach a Rest. Yo'irfood mnt be properly dijisted nnd Mini!;i iel to lt if jriy v:iw ti ou. if mr kIdiii.k H iivMk r:w;'d lake Ivoiiol l.VKM'ifi.i ( lire. Itdi-restd what yon eat and ve ihe Kt..ui:ka-it, uii'uliii R to-re- pei itltt. t jjke.on new lij'e and -grow strong .-iiuJvTdrf rare Miur-stoioafli, f. bloat- rTTirLeart palpitation; and all digpftive dls- ordei-s. L. A. SpoerVof L'.ttle Itoi-k, Ky writes lis: '"WivtMiiltftT'ffo'frtf Pvsiiei'sln me deserves iill tlie 4-i in lin-ic I u t tciTi t l'jit enn ie given it. H it saved (lie of itnr little irl ulieu kIip was three yea is old. Site is iii.w and we have kept if for lier cunM nntl.v. nt of i-unine s!e o;i : v ! al es il now when miy- 'tinar diK:i;v w wMi her.' Sold tit I'nrker's i wo Drug ,Jto- 's. YOUR OPPORTUNITY After Jmeatory Sale of CLOAKS. 15,00 cloaks nofl0.50i 12.00 : 8.50 8.00,," " 5.75 . 5.00 " " 3.75 Dovra to. Cue in Children's. v vt Every garment new etyle and this season's goods," ' but'must go. " " : r ?Tbissale is SPOT CASH f TO ALL t Thomas & Newcomb. MORTGAGE SALE Ofr Real Estate at Middleburg, N. C. TY, VIBTDE OF A MORTGAGE EXE- mJ cuted to W. H. Parrish and vif, on the 9th dav of AuguBt: li04, by C. A. Hose and wife. Annie L Kos, to secure Mrtain notes therein mentioned, (said mortgage recorded in Book 9, Page 703, in office of Register of Deeds of Vance County) I snail, on Saturday, F b. 18th, 1905, at the Courthouse door, in the the town of Henderson. N. 41i sell to'tbe bightst hiJder for cash the property described in the said mort-oraze. to-wir: one. nouse ani lot in Town of Middlebunr, N. C, known as the C. A. Rose lot. containing about one acre, ano bounoea by Jackson avine, lands f Green Twisdale, K.rlu miner and others, time ot sale, lzm. This Jan. fith. 1903. W H. PAARISH AND WIFE, Mortgngees. The above sale wbi:h was adrertised for Monday, Feb. 13th, was postponed until Saturday, Feb. lKth. Are Vow Wear' ing the Aronson .Shoe? NOTICE. . , Hejcdebsov, C:. Jan. 4th. 1904 To "Georne Jfln-j and each and txrry pr- oq in poeafnou of a lot of lana MTaate in Henderson Townhip. VaorConnt j, Xortb r. mli ti dearribed aa kUo: 1 to n lot: T&ke Notice, that at a malr ot land for tax mad on tb First Monday in May, 1904, at the Court Hon door in HrooVmoo, in aaid county, by the Sheriff of aaid eotf Bty. thm lrt boTP described waa aold lor taxes; that it waa at aid nale purcbad by the usi dermicDed, that It waa taxed id tr name oi George Jettreya, ana aoia ior mn Vi. ix.H- that the tazea for which it waa Mki were aMeaaed for the year 1903; that the tim of redemption wifl expire io one year after aaid sale, at tne expiranon oi uktb im- it nnf rx)wed. I aball demand s deed therefor from the Sheriff. " ' - . , MOSS k CO. Fer Csesr Cdd end 1 y.-tMP m. m.m juoas. A OUR Gcfcty, Accxrscy, Ccurtcay. The RATIONAL BAKK or write ns. 0kX0000000XXXmCK00000 THEY ALL CARALEIGH SPFfTAT IS THE "BEST EVER" FOR Growing Fine, Bright Tobacco. Tliis popular brand of Fertilizer, as well as the other famous CARAl-EIGH BRANDS, is for sale hv u?. and' is ofTered to"llie fa r mete jrf 'A'ance: altlliul iaceh t counties upon its merit. The best results always follow thr use of CAR ALEIGH SPECIAL TOBACCO GUANO. v' 'V The Burroughs-Cole Henderson, North Carolina. 00000000000000X000000000 Anyof tbehandsomepictures arid pieces of cut tflass on display. We are buying these val uables from the largest concern in America and get them at astonishing low figures. We add not one penny of cost to them and give them to you abso lutely free ior your cash checks. This is no new plan, nor did we originate it. There are thousands of merchants in the cities using this plan or system. S, Watkins, of this city, has oper ated it for years. .We are usin a N.C. R. Machine that prints the checks when you make a CASH pur chase. People 1 : j ing accounts, having goods Robt. B. Poiell, 1 ransferring Charged Di Not Get p,CT GROCERIES. ,ed&ers. draw- a Check.. I IT S Our prices are ments, &c. ; the lowest, and q t no Our goods are the same ;to . r O, $1 .UU the best, prices cash and credit 33,C3 FE0M0.v lowest, ser- customers. The -vice superb, 'rebate. , check, x save Cash Coupons and ret, and we appre- is for the one Free Valuable date and want that pays cash. Premiums your, trade. O saving time and on Display trouble of post- I - " ; you make com parison of these, and tin less i the above 'statement is true, we do not ask for your trade. Would be delighted to have you stop in and see the display of premiums offered:" f ! if Note Only one rebate chock' us above honored to each person Robert B.' Powell. " . 6&s? Fancy Grocer. r . THE SECURITY LIFE AUD AHHUITY COMPAfJY OLD LINE. LEGAL RESERVE ! GUARANTY CAPITAL, $100,000.00 Deposited With Insurance CommuMnonr ol North Cwlina. Home Office, Greensboro, N. C i . In addition to our special line of polWwi prorMins; smmrmnim4 Ills laeMii is BMfirtmrv m. m ImmrM In ms mm, writ all tb atsadard potiriM. tit W solicit yoar parronsg os tba neriu of m ( nmiM-tinn as aBT comDsnr. r - . ,1' . , . mt. bnt in addition we nuTe $100,000.00 North CarolinataTiarantc all poUri. J VAN LINDLKl, FnmOfov, IMl. os iw, ks-i rwiofai; u. t-tviwiM., Aciunrj; LEE II. BATTLE, Treasurer; O. A. GBIMSLEY, 8jMtary and Manager AtmU. A. M. POTTER. District Superintendent ' '",' Ilswlcmoa.'N.CV-'f y a Bacti's; And o'll sse not only iu Tsm(otIiitJKkitnroryiMiyeaiVi tilatea base eten UAPomnoF k .uaDncu,.L5(irDnQQy. .... f MOTTO : tod eo!2rts your patronage. Call to see "MToure td serve. G. T. PZZQCEp Caztzlcr SAY THAT JOBAffn GUM0 1 iner on state-- at Our stored I ''. e insist that our polieiM. Cas saw jou bmbt sad tfra jros Uhw9 mm m cl tm mmr lfcllUt tUmm ..i t,. alnshit. la m lmri d - poniu - il with ths iBmrnam CoranitMrfoDrr of .. ' ' ' ..... 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