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THE HENDEltSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, MAliCH 22, 1906.
5 r - 1 $1000 ONEYEAR. $40.40 4 per cent, interest compounded semi annually will double the principal in seventeen and one-Half years. A la 1 s.ivin' o S'.oo v i p rtnvnt will S4 jOO.no. Er funh- r inf rmati n CITIZENS BANK, HENDERSON, N. C. TALK OF THE TOWN ERY LOW PRICES. Lumber. Lim, Shin des. Door-. Window- Yv m ' rik Martt ls, I ilr-s,( irat . ik JOHN B YVA'IKIN- . Samuel WntkiiiM nniiounees the ar rival of now spring jroodri pun-liases of Mrs. Stainlmck who haw just re turned from the Northern markets. Rev. LivinrHtoii .fonhson. corres j)oinliiir setretary of the Baptist State Convention, will preach in the I.aptist HiuitIi Sunday niyht under the auspices of the Woman's Mi Hionary Society. All are tordially invited to at tend. As will 1m Keen ly reference to ad vert iseinent iii this paper party de ires to exchange a lady's 12 size solid jrold watch for a ;ood second -linn I bicycle. Not hinr hut first-class wheel wanted. Address box 4N. Wnr lentdii, N. i'.. it interested. Daniel & Co. are makinjr some al terations in the arrangement, and display of their jroods, which liettern things decidedly. la so well ordered a hardware store it looked as if the limit had Imhmi reached hut Mr. Daniel's fertile brain is never idle, and every change he makes is an im provement. - . - . Salv ! S.-iIve! Spread the Salvp. but let it ! Salve, nature k remedy for cuts, lniiiiH. More, etc. SiM by the Kerner-Me-Nuir iirnj; l'inpaiiy. .. Vinol. nnl read tis'mentt. Iiirker'n mlver- Spring Openings. The ladies will be interested in the anuoiiiicement s of spring openings found in t hese columns. For the con venience of t he public those progres sive meri-nauts making sm-li displays will have them on the same days Wednesday and Thursday of next week. S e our tii I vert isinir columns and then d and see the pretty new roods that will tteshown by tlie(Je. A. Kose Campany, E. (i. Davis Jfc Sons Co.. Miss Hosa L. Thomas and .Mrs. Mi-sillier. TOCUKK A .OLt IN OVR I) X Y. Tnki- I.AX.VTl VK I5R()MD ouiuineTablet!. lnijcuiMtH refund money if it f.iiU to iMire. I). AV. lilvi IV K S viguaturv it on h box. 2.c. . (Set your :rder in early for a flashlight photograph of tlie interior of your resi dence. Only 2 more weeks. (J KM PHOTO CO MI1 A XY. Over Kerner-McXair DruR Stre. Preached Here Sunday. Kv. H. ('. Deal, stmlent. at Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, preacheil in the Presbyterian church Sunday, morning and nhiht. Both ilisi'ourses wen excellent in subject matter ami were heard with interest and profit to the congregations. Ilev. J. II. Henderlite was absent havinjr ;one by requi'st to preach in the First Ptesbyterian church of Portsmouth, that confrrejrjitioti be in: without a pastor and rcrnlar preaching si ne the removal of Rev. A- H. Shaw to Charlotte. . . . In the fprinn't imeyr u reiovateyourlioiise. Why not your body? Hollister's Itoeky Mountain Tea driven out impurities, rV;uisi iind I'liriclien the blood and puri(ie thcentire ystem: 35 entn. Parker's Two Drug Stores. - . Siv lr. Uapport. at Massenbur's Hotel, Tuesday. March 27th, if you wish to have your eyes examined and glasses adjusted. The Doctor will be here tor one day only. Bear in mind the dav ami the date Tuesday, March -JTth. Electric Motor Service. Attention is called to the motor service from t he electric light plant. Vivery one desiring motor service is requested to write to the manufactur ers of any machine they want driven and get the amount if horse power desired to drive tho same, so that es timates can le made for the number and siii of motors required so that orders can !e placed for t'netn. The demand for motors of the kind to be used in Henderson is so great that there is some delay in getting them shipped. The jiunis and resins obtained from pine trees haTe long been reeognized as highly beneficial in the treatment of backaehe, kid ney and bladder troubles Pine-nleg is the name of a new meditine, the principle ingre dient of which come from th pine forests of our own native land. Sold by the Kerner Mi'Xair Prujr Company. . . Contemporary Club. The Contemporary Club met Mon day night with Mr. Manning. On ac count of absence irotn town and con flicting engagements several of the i members were not present but it was I a delectable and profitable evening despite the srull attendance. Mr. - S. Parker read an admirable pa per on the tariff which was both edi fying and informing and the discus tiQii that followed brought out raanv interesting facts about that much discussed question. The nest meet ing will be held with Mr. E.G. Butler. Kepthe little ones healthy and happy Their tender, sensitive bodies require gentle fc-ahng remedies. Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea will keep them strong and well. 35 cents, tea or tablets. Parker's Two Drog r 1 i h n 'ii!r rllTl unt r is R mk in ' -i i r r t ritr ill .t "Pilsener Export Beer." There are lieers and lieern. but there is but one "Pilsener Export B'-er," maimfactured bv the Virginia Brewinjr Company. Roanoke. Va. (iiiaraiiteed to le absolutely pure "hijrh in extracts, low in alcohol" pronounced by the hijrhest medical authority to be a perfect malt tonic. Brewer! and bottled f r hotel ;md family u-e. 'PiUeii'-r Export" stands at the head a a perfect brewed Iwi-r wholeHome. refrehinr, invigorating. Mailorders solicited. Write to the Virginia, Brewinir Company, Roan oke, Va., for prices. Hen ndvertise ment elsewliere in this paper. Kor blnuling, belthinir. inilii ion. etc., at a lling' Dyspepsia TnMet after men. Sold ly tho Koriier-McXnir Drug Company. Want to Exchange. Lady's 12 size mlil jrold watch to ex change fur Kcconcl-haixl bicycle. Noth ing but flrst-clnss wheel wanted. Ad dreHH I'OX 4S. Warreutwi. N. C. Working in Interest of Mexican War Veterans. is .b-ssii-a Smith returned last week from Washington where she had been to at'end the re-union of Mexican War Veterans, and im ident aly do some work in connection with Mrs. Murdock and others looking toward secnrini: CoiiyrMssional leyis hition in their behalf. From tie Washinirton I'ost of Sunday we take the following: Miss Jpsmcr Unndolph Smith. who ha heen the gneut of Judjfe and Mrs. Silas Hare. 2(MMi (1 street, Bince the re-ni.iun of the Mexican War Veterans, returned to her home at Ilendernon, N. C. last Tuesday. Minn Smith is State com mandnnt for North Cnroliun of the Dames of 1N4.0. -4 i I ar- h- v. m t-xion Drino Laxative Fruit Syrup stimulates the liver ainl thoroughly I'leanses the wVHt-lii Mini ele;ii-H the romlexion tf )iii)ies hih) blotrlies I in the Vm l.-ixative for women am iliil ilren a it is mild and ple.-is.-int and doe not jrripe or picket). Drino i mueh Hiiperim- to iill. neriei:t waterH nul all onlinury ra th.irticM tat it iloes not irr.fate the Htoraach and bowels Melville Hotkey, lru:jiKt. See the beautiful lint of dreHs jj!ods just received at new spring II. TIIO.MASON'S. A Distinguished Visitor. Cnpt. T. F. Schley, the United States army officer who was hen last week toinspect the Vance (iii.-irds, is a son of Admiral Schley, the hero of Santiago. lb is a veritable "chip of the old bloi k." am! if h does not make a name for himself in the army equal to that of his pillant father in the navv. it will be because the op portunity does not present itself. ranmir in tlie appointment to a cadetship in the Military Academy, he enlisted as a private in the army, served in the Philippines ami won his commission throutrh merit alone. It was a pleasure to those who hail the opportunity to meet Capt. Schley ami he will find friends should he have occassion to visit Henderson ajj;ain. For heailaehe. eonsti nation, etc.. Dade's Little Liver Pills are best. They cleanse and tonic the liver. Sold bv the Kerner-lleNair I'rug I'ompany. Attractive Advertising Sign. An attractive advertising sign. rep resenting a number of Henderson's prominent merchants and progres sive business firms, adorns the wall of the Reavis building, corner Mam ami liriNkenruiire streets, it was gotten up by Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gal lowav. who have done similar work in various parts of the country. The spaces are of d liferent sizes, pamtei in colors on glass, the whole enclosed in a large frame. It is a unique af fair and has attracted much atten tion and favorable comment, ami we doubt not will prove a good invest incut to the firms represented Ilium ii ated by a number of electric lights thesitrnenn be easily read at night as well as in the day time. Mr. and Mrs. Galloway are accom painied bv their two bright and in teresting young daughters and al made a number of friends during t heir tay in Henderson. Tliey went from here to Durham where they have an engagement to do similar work. A dose of Pine-ules at bed time will usually relieve backache, before morning. These . beautiful little globules are soft gelatine eoated and when moistened and placet! in the mouth you can't keep from swallowing them. Pine-ules contain ueither sugar nor alcohol just gums and resins obtained from our own native pine forests, combined with other well known bladder, kidney and back ache remedies. Sold by the Kerner-McXair Prog Company. The Gem Photo Company wishes to announce that they will make 28 photos for 23 cents for 2 more weeks. Bring babies in the morning Gem Photo Company. Over Kerner-McNair Drug Store. MILLINERY OPENING. 2 YOU ARE INVITED TO AT- TEND OUR OPENING OF Spring Millinery, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY J March 2Sth-29th. J MISS ROSA THOMAS. lr;ositr' RAN AND WAS SHOT. Police Officer Stops Fleeing flan With Pitot Bullet Robert L. Hays, Wanttd in West Virginia for AlKgrd Criminal ASatlt. Tuesday niorninjr Police Officer N. M. Henderson shot and seriously wounded Holert L. Hays, whom he was tryinjr to arrest. Hays is want ed in West Virginia chanred with criminally assaulting h ten-year-old jrirl. The officer hail a warrant for Hays and coming up with hint on one of the back streets he undertook to arrest him. When told the charge upon uhich he was wanted the pris oner broke and ran. The officer fol lowed in close pursuit, calliiifr to the fugitive to stop. When they turned the corner jroinir in the direi-tioji of Bea vis' stables two shots were fired as a wamiiur. This not haviiiir the desired effect the third shot sent a, I. ..II. I... .- I. - .!.. .t ...... ....uii ...suacK.pe ntrai.ugine but not necessarily fatal unless blood poison sets in ami hcii getting along very well. Hays has a bad reputation. He has been in a numlier of difficulties and some serious charges are made against him forgery, embezzlement, seduction ami anollier case ol as sault it is said. He killed a man in this county several years ago for which he was tried for his life. He ran away at the time but came back two or three years later, gave him self up and stood trial. He was ac quit td on the plea of self-defense. As soon as he is able to lie taken back lo West Virginia an officer will ome for him. Three little rules we all should keep, To make life happy and bright, Smile in the morning, smile at noon, T ke Boi-ky Mountain Tea at night. Prkr'B Two Drugstores. DR. S. RAPPORT Will be at the Massenburir. TUESDAY, MARCH 27. for the purpose of examin ing eyes and fitting glasses. Consulta tion 'ree. Revival Services. series of revival services will be iehl in the Methodist Protestant church, beginning next Sunday and ontinuing ten days or more. The mstor will be assisted bv Rev. N. G. t hea of the North Carolina Con- rein e. During the week there win e preaching at 4 o'clock intheafter iooii and at 7.45 at niirht. The iihlic is cordially invited to attend iiese services, and the prayers and c operation of the pastors and netubers of other churches are ear i stlv d'-sired. Come and feel per- l i tlvat home with us. ami let the Lord irse you for good in these meet ings. Cordially yours, W.F.KENNETT, Pastor. Ih U xht lu a One would think the Laxative idea in a nigh syrup should have been ad vanced long l fore it was. It seems the onlv rational niedy for Coughs anil Colds would be to move the bowels and cleanse the mucous membranes of the throit and lungs at the same time. Kennedy a Laxative Honey and r.tr does this. It is the Original Laxative Cough Syrup, the best known remedy for Coughs. Colds. Croun. Whooninor Conirh. etc Pastes good and harmless. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. GRAND MILLINERY OPFNING We have the pleasure 9 in announcing our I SEMI-ANNUAL SPRING OPENING Wednesday and Thursday, March 28th and 29th. e A cordial invitation is extend- J ed the ladies to visit our store and see the display of this sea- son's offerings. The Geo. A. Rose o. a ARE KILE. The Prettiest Line we've Ever Shown. Lacdiefs Wearables of every Description. QUALITY AND PRICES SPEAK LOUDER. THAN WORDS. Come a.rd see for yourself. Degrees Conferred. Henderson Chapter, No. "A, Royal Arch Masons, is one of the most flourishing and enthusiastic in the State, and is growing rapidly. De grees have recently Deen conferred upon a number of candidates from Warrenton, Ridgeway, Frankliiiton and 'L'.uishurg. Monday night the Royal Arch decree was conferred upon Dr. A. It. Winston. Mr. W. R. Ballard and Mr. C. T. Nicholson of Franklinton. Maj. li. F. Ballard. Mr. C. E. McGhee and Mr. E. J. Cheat ham coming down with them to see the work done. The following named officers and memliers of the Lodge took an active part in the iwmn nies: R. H. Hood, high priest: Dr. A. S. Pendleton, king; Prof. J. T. Alderman, acting scrile; Dr. J. H. Tucker, captain of the host; Dr. H. H. Bass, principal sojourner; J. B. Owen, master of the first veil; J. L. Currin, master of the second veil; R. s McCoin, master of the third veil; Dr. F. R. Harris, master of the fourth veil, assisted by others. Tonight after conferring the Royal Arch decree there will be a banquet in Masonic Hall compliaientary to the visiting brethren. Tuesday night the Illustrious Or der of the Red Cross will be conferred on a number of candidates in the Knight Templars Lodge. A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES. Itching, Blind, Bleeding. Protruding Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund monev if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. AR ANNOUNCEMENT OF EXTRAORDINARY INTEREST TO EVERY LADY IN HENDERSON AND VICINITY. PEERS & OWENS CO., of 417 East Broad Street, Richmond, Vn., who cater in their city t o the most exclusive "Clientele" in ladies' Ready-to-W'ear Suits, Skirts, Waists, Silk Petticoats, etc., will have an exhibit in our store on Thursday and Friday, April 5th and 6th. An up-to-date showing of the latest designs and materials for Spring and Summer wear, for the j-ear 1906. You are cordially invited to call and inspect the same at our store on the above named dates. Bear in mind that this showing is for two days only. E. C. Davis ccocoocoocooccoccocooccocoo o Moore's Ready O Leads, Colors in Oil, Linsec-d Oil, Floor Oil, Varnishes, Hard Oil Finishes. Mnresco inallcolors for walls, Japalac ami J -hnson's Wax. Q You will make n mistake, in using these goods. ) WsiUMaiisQQaB'dlirjSiii'e (So. o Henderson, N. C. () GOODS How to Do It. A UU lUtUtIl J UUI UUSIliCM and trade. Advertising newspaer advertising is the most successful way to do it. Talk business through the columns of the newspaper and address hundreds and thousands at one and the same time. Do not im agine lecnuseyou have been in busi ness a long time that everybody knows you and what you are selling. You would lie greatly surprised if you could fully realize just how few the times the general public thinks of you andyour business. There are a great many people who do not know that you are in business at all. This is where advertising comes in. It would help 3ou to create 'an inter est in your store and goods and con vince people that it would be to their advantage to trade with you. Get the Right Kind. If you are troubled with Piles and cun't find a cure, try Witch Hazel Salve, but be sure yon get that made by E.C. DeWitt&Co.. Chicago. It is the Original. If you have used Witch Hazel Salve without being relieved it is probable that you got bold of one of the many worthless counterfeits that are sold on the reputation of the genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvp. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. The best safeguard against headache, con stipation, and liver troubles is De Witt's Lit tle Early RiserR. Keep a vial of these famous little pills in the house and take a dose at bed time when you feel that the stomach and bowels need cleansing. They don't gripe. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. & Sons Co. - Mixed Paints o Were introduced in the year 1888 to the property owners 2t oi llenaerson and Vance conn- ty. They have stood the test V during the 18 years giving en- J tire satisfaction, wearing, look- o ing better and lasting longer O than anv other paints made. Q ING MILITARY INSPECTION. Vance Guards Inspected by Natlonul and State ftlilltary Officers Show Up Well in Point of Numbers and Efficiency la the flanaal of Arms. The Vance Guards, Company C haI their annual inspection last week. Although several of the mem bers live in the country Capt. W. K. Sturges mustered nearly ti:e entire strength of his company 90 per cent. and they passed a good in spection. The inspectors were Capt. T. F. Schley, United States Army, representing the National Govern ment, Col. 1 . H. Bain. Inspector General of the North Carolina Na tional Guard, and Col. J. N. Craig of the Third Regment. The inspection was held in the armory. Needless to say the Company presented a soldier ly appearance and went through the various military tactics and evolu tions required by the inspecting offi cers with the skill and precision of regulars. The "boys" did themselves proud and won the admiration and commendation of the visiting offi cers. After the inspection a lunch com plimentary to the distinguished visi tors was given at Massenburg's Ho tel. Among those present were Capt. Schley, Col. Craig, Col. Bain, Capt. W. Brooks Parhani of the Granville Grays, Oxford, Gen. F. A. Macon. Col. W. E. Gary, Capt. J. L. Currin, Capt. W. K. Sturges. Doctors are Puzzled. Tho remarkable recorery of Kenneth Mc Iver. of Vanceboro, Me., is the subject of much interest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends. He says of his cane: " Owing to severe inflammation of the throat and congestion of the lungs, three doctors gave me up to die, when as a last resort, I was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery and I am happy to say, it saved my life." Cures the worst coughs and colds, brochitis, tonsilitis, weak lungs, hoarseness and la grippe. Guaranteed at Melville Dor sey's drug store. ,"0c and ?1.00. Trial bottle fres. Nice lin of ladies' hosiery iust received at II. THOMASON'S. THE LADIES' STORE, i f Our New Stock is In. ( OPENING j Wednesday-Thursday, f Marc!28th and 29th, Mrs. Ida Bass is assisting us this season and will bo pleased to see and serve her friends. MRS. J. L. II. M1SSILL1EU. mm THE LADIES' STORE $ Action tor Divorce. North Carolina. In the Superior Court, Vance Cocnty, f May Term, 1J0C. Virgil Gales ( vs. ' NOTICE. Annie Galen. ( Annie Gales, the defendant above tunned, will take notice that an action entitled as above has been eommenced against her in the Superior Court of Vance county ' di vorce from the bonds of matrimony Th de fendant will further take notice that sit. is re quired to apvear at the next term of the Su perior Court of said county to be heid on the 11th Monday after the first Monday in March, 190J. at the Court House, in Hender son, N. C, and answer or demur to the com plaint of aid action, or the plaintiff will ap ply to the Court for the relief demanded ia said complaint. This 17th day of March, l!)0rt. HENRY PERRY, Clerk Superior Court of Vance County. Wo e.re showing SPECIAL VALUES IN DRESS GOODS, SILKS, EMBROIDERED WAISTS, WHITE LINENS, BROWN LINENS. BELTS, HAND BAGS, &c. Come! Let us prove to vow the above statement. Thomas & Newcomb. NOTICE. I SHALL PrP.SfWNT TO AUTHORITY of the Superior Cotirt of Vnne county, given in tbe decree io tb ciifce of W. If. I'ar rib. administrator of Willis Hargrove vs. Wly Harjrrovp nnd oth"r. wll by public aurtion for on-third rnh and bnlitnc in 12 monthe, at the court honse door in Hen derson, N. C , on MONDAY. APRIL 2nd, 1906. the tract of r5 acrea of land in Xutbuhli townHhip. Vance county, adjoining; thelaudH of Sidney Hargrove, E. O. Tavlor, Taylor & Harrin, Mrs. W. II. Boyd and others W. H. PARB1SH. Administrator of Willi Harprove. T. T. HICKS. Attorney. NOTICE. BY VIUTUE OF POWER COXFEP.EED upon me by sn order issuing from the Superior Court of Vance county ia ii special firoceedin therein entitled, '"Geo. I. Kittle, ra W. Kittle and others, ex-parte," I shall on mONOAY. APRIL 2. f 90S. sell at public auction oc tbe premises in Hen derson, N. C, upon terms, one-half cash, balance on a credit of 12 months, deferred payments to bear interest from date of sale at rate of six per rent, per annum, with op tion tn pure bai"r to pay all cash, the follow ing property situate in Henderson, X. C, to-wit: On lot fronting 80 feet on Mont gomery st reet running back about 190 feet adjoing tbe lands of beirs Henry Harris and others and known as lot So. 14. One other lot fronting 80 feet on Montgomery street, running back a boot 180 feet adjoining tb lands of J. D. Cooper and others and being lot So. 17. All said property fully described in Deed be tween Geo. I. Kittle and others, dated Au gust 26. regiatd in Vance ccunty. Book 0, Page 293. etc This 1st day March, 1906. A. C. ZOLLICOFFEIt. Commissioner. FIVE DOLLAR BULLS FOUR PUt CENT. INTEREST S. R. HARRIS, PRESIDENT. ABSOLUTELY Just for the saving of the Cost Checks. TWO HUNDRED Dollars worth of High Grade CUT GLASS. Call and see the beautiful line just reccivee and allow us to explain to you how tojjet it. Most complete assortment over had. Checks redeemed in Groceries also. Best Goods Lowest Prices. POWELL'S I We Want You 1 to Know About the New Clothiiifr fur Spritip: nnd Sn miner wear. We have just opened tip a .ood assort ment of voun nii'ii's and men's suits that will go a loii: wa y in fixing in your mind What the proper 1906 Style is. This eut will rive you an idea how our suits look on others. If you will put your time njrainst ours we'll show you how they JE: look 011 you. We are sure when you see How nicely they fit. How perfectly they are tailored, How reasonably they are priced, And the excellence of the falricf shown that vour only query will he, whii-h will I take? Some are single breasted sack suilssome are double breasted sack suits, and other g- prevailing styles. Barnes Clothing Store. THE LATEST CRAZE "JOHNIE HATS ALL COLORS WITH FANCY BANDS. B. S. ARONSON. V " ; CHATTANOOGA STEEL PLOWS, WHITE'S B )Y DIXIE. CLIPPER PLOWS AND CAST INGS GIVE BEST RESULTS. Harness, tracer, singletrees, plow lines, hack bands, garden plow?, wheelbarrows. The jreat American woven wire field fence. American Stock Food and other remedies. Trade with us and you'll Ct the best. Watkins Hardware Co. are more nnrocroua than tens nnd tens morr plentiful than twenties. Similar ly small lank accounts are more num erous thft! lareouoa. lon't hesitate, therefore, to ojen nn account lecapeof its ntnallnesi. The First National Bank will accept jour deposit and nive them every attention. PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.Z S. T. PEACE, CMSMIEtt. FREE! GROCERY. mmmmmmmmtt 3 JONES 11 J i-' j. z y?f. i mmm. mmm mam " " ' '