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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1005.
The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1381. -I'.Y- THAD R. MANNING. THURSDAY, JI NK 15, 100.". Pukswent Koosevelt i.s going to have a try at peace after all,it seems. He was not a dazzling success as a peace-angel in his World's Peace Con ference, but if lie can bring about amicable relations between Russia and Japan and put a stop to the hor rors being enacted in that bloody conflict, he will gain the gratitude of the world. Thk secession of Norway from the united kingdom of Norway and Sweden probably marke.s another step in the progress of constitutional liberty. It seems likely that this "Land of the Nidnight Sun'' may soon take her phu-e in the sisterhood of republics. The canny Norwegians choose a good time for their move, now that the Russian bear has his mind on his own troubles at home and in the far east. LOAFING. When Dr. Isaac Watts wrote those familiar lines, "Satan finds some mischief still For idle hands to do," he manifested his usual knowledge of human nature and indicated at the same time a great evil. Perhaps then. is iiothmgquite so pernicious anion; the smaller vices as the hue art ot loafing. It i.s the result of idleness or laziness, or more probablv botl for ft man who i.s idh in tin's busy world must be so from laziness. He cannot excuse himself on the groum that there is nothing to do. Some one has said that an idle man is no better than a dead one. and he takes up more room. That is exactly it He is a nuisance. Why cumlntl lie tlie irrounu: lie is in tin wav o iteople who have someting to do,an who simplv ask for room to work in When Philip of Macedon visited Di ogenes in his little workshop, he aske the famous oM cvnic what rova favor he could bestow. "Stand out of my light," was the surlv answero Dio'renes, as h lagged awav at his work. Rut the loafer is more thai a nuisance. He is a source of evil "An idh brain is the devil's work shop." The bov or man who has iiothinr to do but loaf will find some thing worse to do. Loafing is at unnatural habit for a. healthy boy uy the way. .Something is wrong wnen he is driven to it. He would rather work any day provided he is interested m t he w rk. I he average boy will walk ten miles m the hot sun, and Jug a heavy gun or n.shing tackle, and will enjoy every minute of the time. If vou find him hanging about stores, lounging on thest reets, and spending the dav or night loaf ing, the chances are that he has been unable to find anv legitimate outlet for his spirits and energy. Recrea tion is neither idleness nor laziness Probably nine-tenths of the loafing lluUC j T f cutic. -. Vr, T y Cl lit IXr-l,- derson is due to the fact that there is no place allotted them for recreation When school closes or they leave their place of business, there is no reading room, gymnasium, or athletic grounds to go to. Some provision should be made for this. Recreation for mind and body is natural and necessary. Football, baseball and tennis mavbe as wholesome and val uable in their place as geometry and history. It is the two together that make the sound mind in the sound body. It seems to be a fact that there is no place about town that the boys can have for their games. So they say, and we believe thev are correct. There are three parts to a boy: body, mind and soul. Ihere is the church for one, the school for another, but no provision for the needful and salu tary exercise of the first. Ten Times Easier. It is ten tiuies rattier to cure coughs, croup wuooping cough un.l all lung ami bronchial infections when the bowels are open. Ken nedy's Laxative Honey mid Turin the orig inal Laxative Cough Syrup. Gently moves the bowels, ami expels all cold from the svs- teni'cuts the phlegm, cures all coughs and strengthens weak lungs. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar contains no opiates, is pleas ant to the taste and is the best and safest for child or adult. Sold at I'arker s Two Drug Stores. The Spirit of Progress. t'hailotte News. Fompared with the work being done by the Whitney Reduction Com pany on the Yadkin river in Stanley county, every other development in progress in the State appears insig nificant: but a great deal is going on in one line and another. The pro posed Southbound Railroad from Winston-Salem to some point on the Seaboard Air Line is going to be built: a railroad from Raleigh to lit tle Washington is in process of con struction; the Southern is surveying a line from Marion to a point in Ten nessee, and will build it: the Durham & Charlotte Railroad is movingslow ly forward; an electric car line is be ing built from Ashevilletoliurnsville; the High Point-Thomasville-Narrows road seems assured, and the Wilkes boro and Jefferson Turnpike, said to be the best graded road in the State, Is making satisfactory progress, and there is talk of equipping it as an electric line;the Charlotte inter-urban railway is a hopeful enterprise; and these are not half, but the enumera tion will sustain the statement that something is going on in North Caro lina at present. There is development and improvement in everr direction: in ten years the State will not know itself. Note is taken here of onlv the larger, more general projects, in act ive progress or well provided for. Nearly every day some new mining or manufacturing scheme is under taken, and the diversification as well as the multiplication of industries is enlarged. The spirit of "commercial ism," of doing things is abroad. All the Money in California is not from its gold fields. Fortunes are made from the wheat fields and the fruit farms. Why not investigated the chances there? Through train service Chicago to California, via Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, Union Pacific and South ern Pacific Line. Kate for double berth, f 7 Chicago to San Francisco, Los Ange les, Santa Barbara -or Sacramento. Tourist folder, with complete informa tion, sent free on request. F. A. Miller, j General Passenger Agent, Chicago or W. i 8. Howell, 381 Hroadwar, New York. CLOSING EXERCISES Suonyside School Friday Evening, June 2f 1905, at 8 O'clock. Closing exercises of Sunnyside school were held on last Friday night,June 2nd. The whool house was beautifully decor ated and the occasion proved a delight ful treat to all present. The children ac quitted themselves with credit to them selves and teachers. Miss Mattie Taylor has. by her untiring efforts and excellent work, rendered herself very popular with patrons and children. The music washy the Hear Pond String Rand. The pro gramme is given in full lelow. C. 13. I5LXKHAM. PROGRAMME. Welcome Song School Flag Drill By the Boys PLAY AN ECONOMICAL BOOMERANG. characters: Mr. Alexander DaLbleton, seized With an eco nomical streak Clarence Gill. Mr. Alexander Dabhleton, although disagree- ing. acquiesces lfalel Gill. Mr. Bird Plover and Mrs. Bird Plover, a new ly married couple Charlie Ellis and Addie Ellington. Doctor, who is laboring under a misappre hension Luther Stone. Maggie, the Irish Maid Clellie Smith Tableau The Genius of America counselling with Wisdom Three Scenes. Recitation Becalmed. ...Miss Minnie Edwards PLAY THE BABY SHOWAT SLXXY.S1DE characters: Miss Polly Prim, the Judge Mary Edwards Mrs. Smith, whose baby wins the prize Annie May Ellis. Mrs. Thompson, mother of twins Eliza El lington. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Wright, mothers of troublesome babiew Felithia Parks and Dohw Ellin. Mrs. Perkins Lottie Johnson Other small mothers whose babies are enter ed for the prize. Drill Indian Huntresses By Eleven Young Ladies. Tableau Juanita Minnie Ed wards and Ollie Finch. PLAY Yol NG MR. DEVIXK. characters: Rebecca, the monitor Hattie Johnson Eliza belli, who is restless Annie Smith Marie, who writes Gleunie Edwards Grace, who also writes Lora Edwards Rosa, who always wants to know Florence Kittrell. Maude Moss Rose Stone Laura funic (iill '"Madam.'' the principal Pauline Parks Dr. Devine, a female phpsir-ian Addie El lington. PLAY OFT IX THE STREETS. characters: ('oli)iiel Wayne, mi irascible old gentleman Clarence (iill. Solomon Davis, a plausible rascal Ollie Finch. Yatt Davis, his son lohn Lewis Stone Dr. Medlield. Nina's lover Luther Stone Pete, Colonel Wayne's saucy darkey Eugene Stone. Mrs. Wayne. Colonel Wayne's wife Minnie Edwards. Xina Wayne, their daughter Mamie Edwards Mrs. Bradford. Colonel Wavne's sister Car Gill. Minnie, Mrs Bradford's child Felithia Parks Tableau The Double Courtship 4 Scenes. Ollie Finch, Annie Smith, Florence Kittrell, John Parks. Scene I Double Courtship S.-ene M Married But Not Mated Scene III Double .Marriage Scene IV What Ought to Have Been? PLAY MFRDKR WILL OFT. characters: Grandma Stiles Lena Stiles, her granddaughter .Carrie Gill Mamie Ed- wards. May Taylor. Ma-rv Kittrell Minnie Sprague. J I'lemls .JiUii,. (Jill Dinah, the cook Mabel Gill Bridget O'Flalierty, looking for situation Florence Kittrell. Recitation, The Rum Maniac Clellie Smith Tableau. Faith and Hope .lanie (iill, Addie Ellington and others. Song (ioodby By the School. Is It Right? Is it right that property-owner should lose $4.20 to let a dealer make T.O cents? A dealer makes ."(I cents more on fourteen gallons of read.v-for-use paint at $1.50 tier trnllon than our agent iloes on eight gallons of L. & M paint and six gallons of linseed oil, whi make fourteen gallons of the best paint in the world, at $l.i0 per gallon; the property- owner loses just $4.20. Is it right? It only requires 4 gallons of L. & M. and gallons linseed oil to paint a moderate sized house. 1 en 1 housandt hurches painted with Long man & Martinez L. & M. Paint. Lilieral quantity given to churches when bought from Melville Dorsey. My Mother. The name how dear to me. the rem! lections how fondly cherished, her ima?e now olten before me! In my imagination how often do I think of that sweet voice, with eyes in whose depths the love light Biiown; tiie dark brown hair threaded witli silver, lying smoothly over that noble head; those welcome smiles, that beckoned me on to duty, to love, and to obey, and that are remembered with fond emotions even today; those dear hands which guided mv tottering steps t i i . ..... " 1 ana iceoie euorts in childhood, and smoothed my pillow in sickness. Blessed le the memory of such a mother. It comes to me today refreshing and fra grant as some woodland perfume. les. the music oi other voices mav be lost, but the entrancing memory of hers will echo in my 6onl forever. Some mav fade gin memory, but hers will shine on until the light from Heaven's portals snaii gioniy my own. U hen in the fitful pauses of busv life my mind wanders back to the old home stead, and crossing the weconie threshold 1 imagine myself once more in the ouipt old room so hallowed by her presence, how the feelincs of childish innocence and dependence comes over me! And today. though years have passed, I kneel as if by her side in childlike form and prav. "Our Father."' Yes, pitiless death has torn fr tin me her who, after giving me mv bein-r held it a sacred duty to watch aud guard me not only -with sustenance for the mater ial body, but also for the imnerishable soul. ( h, cruel death! Why did thy cold scythe touch in fury the heart of mv be loved, venerable mother! Could not the respect aud love with which I surround ed her have been a snfpp-u.nril no-ninwt that blow. I an more be said of mother? Vps 1ip lived and died a Christian, with bright hopes of eternal bliss. Oh. I nrnv hpr adviee.w ords and prayers may ever save me trom sin, guide me in duties here on earth that I may be prepared for the end and meet her in heaven. Though more than twelve months hnve passed since I was called to say farewell to her.they hnve not diminished nor hid den from my sisrht the lrlorv of her nun. love for me. Oh sad. how sad. no mother now to In- t..ii Yet never, no never can we be wenn...l- Bnt may stronger ties bind us fast. I ntil we meet in Heaven at last. For she is now walking the golden streets With loved ones that have cone beforo- Yes, there awaiting for me to come. -lust beyond tue shining shore. i'evotedlv her daughter, MRS. JSI1AM C. ROWLAND. State ok Ohio, City of Toledo,! LrcAs CorsTY. Frank J. Cheney make oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co.. doing business in the City of Toledo. County and Stateaforesaid, ami that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every cae of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of IIall's Catarrh Ct re. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to Iwfore me and subscribed in my presence, this T.th day of December. A. D 188G. A. W. GLEAS0N. Notary Public. ( SEAL ) Hall's Catarrh Care is taken internally.anu acts directly on the blood and mucous sur face of the system. Send for testimonials. free. F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo O Sold by Druggists, 7iJc. Hall's Family Tills f.re the best. Four Drown In Automobile. Chicago. June 12. Four persons were drowned and another was Injured when an automobile plunged Into the river through the open draw at the Rush street bri!rf WE DON'T SELL Or other goods at cost, nor do we cut the price on patent medicines and then make it up on the price ot some other goods you buy. But we do sell you what you want at a reasonable living profit and your prescriptions are filled by men who are legally qualified to do the work with only the purest drugs. All popular, seasonable and refreshing drinks di-pensed at OUR SODA FOUNTAIN. Thanking the general public for past patronage, wc solicit ycur business in the future with the assurance of a square deal to all. V. I r-"i Wtvr "?-?r: 7 V J-- ..TSSifef'iK ,w The Mece Log Beam SAW MILL WITH Heaccck-Kinc Feed Works Enoini..-? a.: B..i:.ki:?, YooIwORKIo 3I.VIHINF.UY. ("OTTOS GlNNlN-G. BKICK MAKtN'i . NT SlIINOI.E AXD LATH Mv:iiinei:y, Cokn' Mills, Etc.. Etc. GUISES MACHINERY CO., Columbia, S. C. The Gibbcs Shingle Machine HERBERT K. CREWS, Watkins, N. C, savs : " I hereby testify that I have used ISliss Native lUrhs and they have benefited me more for I.iver Trou ble and Dyspepsia than the doctor's medicine." BOX of Bliss Native Herbs is a family doc tor always in the house. Its use prevents and cures Constipation, Dys pepsia, Kidney and BLISS NATIVE Liver Trouble, Skin HERBS Diseases, Rheuma tism and many Blood diseases. It is purely vegetable contains no min eral poison and is pre- e( Powder form. Sold in One Dollar boxes with a Guarantee to cure or money back. DOSES $1.00 Our 32 I page Almanac telling how to treat disease sent on request. MEDICINE MAILED PROMPTLY BY T. E. DEMENT, Agent. Oxford, N. C. THE ALONZO O. BLISS CO.. WASHINGTON. D. C. IS 1 S3 g . " 1 r. STATEMENT. The Fraternities Accident CONDITION DECK MB Kit 31, l'JO-t, Amount of Net Ledger Assets December 31st of previous vear !jj Income From Policy-holders. STO.O.SG.fitj: Miscellaneous, $ 1,179.48; Total Disbursements To Policy -holders. 30,(527.1 5; Miscellaneous, f 38.4 74.73; Total , Business in force Number of Policies, 8,664; Amount Written during year Number of Policies, 5,764; Amount Losses At beginning of year, 900.00; Incurred. 28,851.50: Paid Losses Unpaid Dec. 31, 1 1)04. 500.00 ASSETS. ("ash in Home Office and Deposited in Banks $ Assessments actually collected and held bv Subordinate Bodies not vet turned over All other Assets, detailed in statement Total Less Assets, not admitted Totnl Admitted Assets LIABILITIES. Losses Adjusted and I npaid Total Liabilities as to Balance on hand to protect contract in addition Expense BUSINESS IN NORTH Poliei.-s r certificates in force Dec. 31 of previous I'olu-ies or certificates written or revived in J Policies or certificates decreased or ceased in Policies or certificates in force Dec. 31, 1904, total amount premiums or assessments collected Losses ami claimsnnpaid at beginning of year, Grand Councilor. D. E. Stevens: Grand Secretary, E. S. Cook. Home Office, Witherspoon Building: Walnut anil Jumper Streets. Philadelphia, Pa. General Agent for Service, Insurance Commissioner, Raleigh. N. C. Business Manager or Organizer for North Carolina, Home Office. I, James R. You.no, Insurance Commissioner, and correct abstract of the statement of the of Philadelphia. Pa., tiled with this Department, the 31st dav of December. 1904. Witness my hand and official seal, the dav ANALYSIS OF WATER SUPPLIED BY THE HENDERSON WATER COMPANY. ut.Il.ALU AHA.AJK1.U.1, lUOlOglSt. Laboratory Xo. 1938 Dear Sir: The sample of water a from tap, marked May, sent from Hender son. X. C, by you. under date of May 2-'5rd, 1905, shows following characteristics: Temperature: 19 C; Turbidity: 0: Sediment: 0; Color: 0; Odor: 0; Reaction: Alkaline Chlorides, Tarts per Million: 10; Nitrites, Parts per Million: 0;Xitrates, Parts per Million: 0; Hardness, Equivalent to Carbonate of Lime, Parts per Million: ; Total Solids, Parts per Million: ; Phosphates, Parts per Million: ; Miscellaneous: Alum: 0; Contains Algae: 0; Contains Infusoria: 0; Contains Organic Detretus: 0; Contains Bacteria of Common Saprophitic groups: Total bacteria per Cubic Centimeter (16 minimums) 70(). Remarks: Good Water. Respectfully yours, GERALD McCARTHY, Biologist. To Superintendent Water Works, Henderson. Xorth Carolina. Letter From Epsom. This letter was received by us last -week bflt for lack of space we could not use it. Epsom, N. C, . Tone 7, 1 905. EniTOR CJoi.d Leaf- I noticed in last week's issue the request to gireahelping hand by sending in our local news to your paper. Our Epsom people are very busy with their crops at this season, bat we always think it more healthful to blend a little recreation with business; besides, no community enjoys visiting and beiug visited bettor than old Pungo. Mr. S. W. Inke went to Raleigh last Sunday to attend Federal court as juror and witness. Mrs. Dr. P. P. Alston has returned home alter having spent some days with her sick mother at Insz. Mrs. Will Newman, of Henderson, spent last Sunday with Mr. Emmett Newman's family. Miss I'attie Alston left last Friday to visit friends at Aventon. Very many of our Epsom boys and girls attended the concert given by the Sunnyside school last Friday night. Mrs. John Allen and son, Mr. Tht.rston Allen, of Louisburg, spent Sunday with Dr. Alston's family. Mr. E. Long, of Wake Forest, preached for the Baptist people at New Bethel last Saturday and Sunday. The widow and daughters of the late Mr. N. H. Stainback, of Cokes, visited their old home near here last Sunday. Frank Stainback, of Raleigh, and Tucker and Charlie Stainback, of Hen derson, made a flying (or rather a walk ing) visit to Epsom this week. Several of our neighborhood military boys went to Henderson Monday night to drill, and we think their mothers' voices were thoroughly drilled in bawl ing and squalling before said boys real ized that the hour for work had arrived this morning. Little Lura Hight, who had spent the winter and spring with her aunt, Mrs. G. M. Duke, has gone to her uncle's, Mr. S. L. Duke, thence to her father's, Mr. A. 0. Hight, of Pitt county. All the boys and girls of our village who have been off attending the various aolleges and academies for the past eight or ten months, have come in: and al though they seem somewhat sad over the goodbyes, farewells, etc., it is need less to say that they can heartily endorse the old poet's words when he wrote: "The coffee may be rough and the bread may be tough, vet there's no place like home." V. A. D. Of North Carolina. 1 789-1 905. Head of the State's Educational System. DEPARTMENTS. Collegiat?, Graduate, Medicine, Engineering, Law, Pharmacy. Library contains 4'5,O0() volumes. New water works, electric lights, central heating system. New dormitories, gymnasium and Y. M. C. A. Building. 667 STUDENTS. 66 INSTRUCTORS. The Fall Terms begins Sept. 11, 1904. Address FRANCIS P. VENABLE. : President, Chapell Hill, N. C, The North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. Offers practical industrial edu cation in Agriculture, Engin eering, Industrial Chemistry, and the Textile Art. Tuition :?:0.00 a year. Board f 8 00 a month. 120 Scholarships. Address PRESIDENT WINSTON, West Raleigh. N.C, Order of Pennsylvania. AS SHOWN BY STATEMENT FILED. 22,587.74 71,260.14 69.101.88 19,581.400.00 8.834,100.00 29.251.50 500.00 24,752.00 1.400.00 2,360.00 .. 28.512.00 2,360.00 .. 26,152.00 .. 500.00 500.00 Policy - holders torightof assessment, underfollowingfunds: 25.652.00 CAROLINA IN 1904. year. Number 17; Amount 68,000.00 904, Number 0: Amount 1904. Number 2: Amount 7.000 (10 Number 15; Amount 61.000.00 or secured .Not Given none; Incurred, 66.42: Paid 66 42 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, INSURANCE DEPARTMENT, Raleiirh. Mav 16. 1905 do herebv certify that the above is a trn Fraternities Accident Order, a Fraternal Order showing the condition of said Company on and date above vritten. JAMES R. YOUNG, Insurance Commissioner. NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF HEALTH 3 Biological Laboratory. Ralrigh. X. C, May 29, 190 FREE E STANDARD GRAPHOPHONE 3 Watkins9 Store Offers an extraordinary opportunity for every family in this vicinity to secure a high grade StaLida.rd Talking Machine ABSOLUTELY FREE. Call at our store, hear this new and wonderful Graphophone play; iearn full par 3 ticulars and take advantage of this rare opportunity to and Playing Machine FREE. We offer one Standard to every customer whose cash purchases amount to I TweirtyFlve Dollrso 1 Remember this is not a toy with a squeaking record, but is mechanically perfect and durable. Also bear in mind that the records are vastly superior to the cylinder records and far more durable. Come to the store and let us tell you about it. The Big Store on the Corner. Dry H WE DRIVDYE VOU TO COME AND EXAMINE OUR BIG STOCK RJeun's simidl Eys9 dSl(WiriHlURJ(S, SOmes, Wats. g The high quality, the low price, the im- mense stock, the endless variety, the gen uine goodness of every article sold, the sense g- of security and satisfaction in buying here it's all of these together that has made this store the trading place of the best people of Vance County and adjacent territory and placed us Far Above g- ''Honest Value for an Honest Dollar The Lowest Price for the Highest J; Quality" is our motto, and has won for us an enviable reputation. We propose to continue this policy until every conservative purchaser in this entire surround ing country becomes a patron of ours. Prices are our strong argument, backed 1 by qualities unequaled by any other store, and a guarantee that means satisfaction or your money back. 1 EoncBS (EOcDilMndgz SSHodl? 1 ANALYSIS Silica Oxides of Iron Alumina 157 Calcium Bicarbonate.... 9.098 Magnesium Bicarbon ate 2.5G0 Lithium Bicarbonate.... 4.70G Potassium Chloride 0."8 Sodium Chloride., 012 Sodium Sulphatlf. Sodium Bicarbonate DONALD M. LIDDELL of John Hopkins University, Chemical Engineer BaltimoreCop- ier. Smelting and Reduction Co. March 17th, 1903. It gives me pleasure to state that, after an extensive use of Buckhorn Lithia Water, I can heartly recommend it as a good diuretic and for some cases of chronic constipation, 1 hnd it the remedy, par ex cellence. F. R. HARRIS, M. 1). 1 mac I do not hesitate to recommend it in the highest terms. In litheamia, in rheumatic and gouty conditions and in certain raf of constipation I have seen excellent results follow its use. . It jfj ao exceedingly pleasant drinking water. The shippers guarantee that, of all mineral waters so far knewn, this is the most powerful Diuretic.1 They 'wHl furnish a case of any other water, regardless of its reputation or price, and convince bv actual practical, scientific comparison that no water known to the public equals Buckhorn Lithia as a Diuretic. For constipation, indigestion and similar troubles it has th highest professional endorsements. Order a case and if not satisfactory we will return your monev. All orders and corre spondence will be promptly attended to by addressing R. H. HOOD or J. A. KELLY. Phone no. 87. For Sale at all the Drug Stores In Henderson. So Watkins, Goods aoid Clothing. and Beyond Off and I l f1 LI II 379 W&ti:. ZEMtem8&F$Z FREE 3 secure a 1 anting, hinging Talking Machine FREE The Leader ot Low Prices. Competition. 3 o WII.80X Saxitouicm, t ,u April 29, l&or,. Buckhorn Lithia Water Co Henderson, X. C: Gentlemen: My wife and I have just finished using the Buckhorn Lithia Water wnt os a few days ago and I ma prepared to state that it is the finest Lithia water I have t ver used. Til A- . naB ine combined quali yjr ties of tonic. InTntim un, r . - 1 . v. iwili B --"v. auu UiUI rtic. jCAr '-j. 1 weh you the success in nd- verti9ng this water that its v , ' f "jiito unserve. M?lf. ALERT ANDERSON. M. 1. St. Vincent Hosi-ital, Norfolk, Va., " Buckhorn Lithia Water Co I Henderson, N. C: I Gextlemex: It gives me I pleasure to state that I have I been using myself and pr-- scribing for my patients the Buckhorn Lithia Water verv freely for sevrnl NUSIURaiMCEr Representing: 23 Fitv Iiisur.ui.v t ',lJ:i.. 3 Casualty :in II.-:,!:!, 1 Kondinjr l'on.fin v 1 Boilr liiMiraiii .- ( Thi fljrfiu-y in wi-ll i-.piij ;,. ; . tect jdu jtniunt I.ih.s In- fii, sivkn, dofalration 01 tn; jiloNion of boiWri. and il.-.,-': iitfl th protivtiou. Hum ,,,,, ran irive it to yon. Com.- 1:, , us talk tn ymi a !mii! it Insurance Depart mvnt CITIZENS BAXK. JAMES W. HOKNKU. ... .r Thomas & Newcomb, COOL; UNDERWEAR and STYLISH FOOTWEAR All Sizes for Either Sex. Thomas & Newcomb, NOTICE OF SALE. UNDKlt AND BY YIKlTi: r im power of K.-ili i-oiifcrri'd iipnn tin- iin.l. r nifjiipil Trustee ami miitaineil in a l.-.-. p, Trust, exwiited l.v Ilea Atkiux un.l un. Amanda Atkins, on the 'Jl'ml day nf M.ml 1 i)(t'2, and recorded in IWil T 'JO, Pare SOX, in the offiee .f the II.-niMi-r .1 Dmls for Vance t'unty, fur the Jitll (Mine t-l sit-uriiig the payment of the iii.l, l.i. .In.--thereiu lnentioneil, ihf.iult having n ;n.i.! in the payment of the same, at th- 1 ( 1 ; 1 the holder of the same, will sell at tli.-t,ui' House door in Henderson. X. 1' . at .nl. auction, to the highest ladder for cai-h on Monday, Uune 19th, 190S, the property conveyed hy said Atkin-, m 1 wife to-wit: Iti piniiiiiK at a stake inim-i l'almer st r-ct and Whit tens jivenin- .-in-l n aloiiK Whitten's avenue 17." fi-t to .1 -t .1. thence aloa Whit ten's line l.".t f.-.i t.. t IlnrriH' line: thence aloan A. .1. H u n- in 175 feet to l'almer street; theme ,-iIohl- IV mer street 1 ."0 feel, to ls-;imiill I'mii,! . John Wimhish, same Ihmii lots J ai:.! I t : Joe Harris' land made in plot of ! V h Hood for S. S. U hit ten. Henderson. X. '.. Ma y 17tl. 1 !o.V ckokci: 11. iiai:i:i Tl llHl i' NOTICE! BY AI THOKITY OF Till: riVl l: . sale conferred in a lle-d in Trn-t . r-uted on the l."ith day of Jaiiuar.v. I'.i'i ' (leorge I. Kittle ami Agnes I'.. Kit) e. ,:. and regist-red ia Hook lit, l'age 2"'t. in '! ofllce of the Register of Deeds of ann- .u ty, I shall sell hy puhlic ain tion to tie- In. 1 est bidiler, at the ('ourt House door in County, X. on Monday, July 3rd, 1 905, the pros?rty descrihed in saiil !-! iu I r. as follows: Lots Xos. "A." "2." -30," ":i.V'"ir,,"in the plot and pi. .a ..it!, real estate of the late 'w is II. Kit'i--. ate just South of the S. A. L. I'aihvay .!' in Henderson, X.C. on Montgoiia-i . l:. land and Kittle streets. Said lot iomju fiet or more and well located and i!..;'- -They will lie shown to would U- pi:iI. i l.y Dr. C. Kerner, ami a plot thereof amy 1 seen at the law office of T. T. Ilfcks Wit!. small cash payment easy terms will U- l-i-on the residue. Henderson, X. ('., June 7th. l'ai.Y S. .1. STAU.IN:.-Triihte- T. T. Hicks, Attorney. i IHf Singer Sewing Machine : : Company X At its office mul ntor' rxuin. No. J 8, Main Strnd, ls'twn I W. S. ParkerV and W. T. Whit T ten's, lias a full supply f I Family Sewing Machines. Also a f.ull liri? t in-ilh-s for ;t!l T classps of niacliiws ainl attach X meats of evTy kiipl for t i j -t SIXJEIL X We are Rc-Uiti"; on .-mall pay t meats down and small tnoiit lily X payments, also rnt injr ly ti t wk and month. X TheSIMJEKhas no limit .1. T to territijrj; it lias U--n on th" X market for over ."() years. X It i.s Kold only to the usr. :It is simplo, si roii";, sihnt .11. ! sfK-edy. X Its quality cannot b Ix-ateti. x Thepublie cordially invited to call and inspct our stock l'fo:- t THE SINGER SEWIN6 MACHINE CO., L.W. Hollomau. Manas'T Allmail orphonecallsjirornptlv X attended to. With Plenty of Capital And buying in quantities for cLh we are prepared to fur nish our customers either for cash or on time at bottom prices, Dry Goods. Shoes. H ay. Grooceries. Buggies. Htir nes, Wivgoni. Horses and anything else you may need. We have bought Mr. C. W. Ilaney 's cot ton gin and guano business and have contracted for a full supply of guano at the right prices. GRUDDP-KITTRELL CO KITTRELL, X. C. E