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THE HENBEHSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY. MARCH 22. "'(
The Gold Leaf
THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 10oc
All PMfe
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The Burden Bearer.
Chirac Rpcord-IIeraM.
XVIiph j-ou lf?in totliink tlitit youi-joldinnl
And yon privy other jwople and ifjiard
Yonrw?lf with pity
And imajdnp that no other anywhere
Kver totd ninth a tmrden an yu l)ear,
Don't ownme a frlih victim of deHpnir
Think of Witter
Von mny labor wheretlie foilin poorarn thin
Or toil anjoiip the weary tiiouxaridn in
The bnny c ity.
And you may be justified in iVelinir blue,
Hut there' one who linn a harder job to do
Th mi the irnel fates havi-norted oiitforyon
Think of Wilte!
( Jieer up. ob. weary brother; east away
The doubtH that nre the parents of dimnay
And lf trritty.
If with Much a tank uh bin he mill ean whare
The plnd hotw? that the future will im; fair
What rijrht nave von to pivenp iti deHpnir?
Think of Wide!
One Duty of Taxpayers.
New Berne Journal.
The tax . pavers of a community
might b styled that class which just
hates to pay itH taxes, and then
takes little hee as to how these
same dollars received from taxes arc
spent.
It is surprising; that men will take
so little interest in folhmimr ut and
jM-rsonally seeing how and where
every oonur is spent mat iney pay
out for taxes, vet it will b found that
it is the exceptional tux payer that
can tell what becomes ol the money
naidtothe citv. countv and State
for taxes. The fault for I his like of
knowledge lies entirely with the citi
zen. Every city, county tmd Stat
ollicial trives for mifiltcat ion. witl
rare exceptions, an nccountihr of
moneys received and disbursed, anil
these ticcountinirs are published in
some manner, usually in a newspaper
so that it is wiltul ignorance on the
part of the taxpayer, who does not
know how antl where his tax money
(lood citizenshin is not alone ! lie
law abiding, to pay taxes, to bo lo
cally patriotic, with .all this imi hes.
It is all of these, with an active per
sonal zeal and ehtennr into the full
scheme of each, of knowing as of
one's own business, the details of
municipal, county and State affairs,
and tin? knowledge of these is a duty
from which no citizen should fail to
follow and attain.
finite naturally the publication of
Ions columns of fi-rures and worded
statements of financial matters of
city antl county, looks dry reading.
Hut unless these same (inures and
statements, the reports of the finan
cial status of the tux payers city ami
county are carefully read ami the
pertinent facts they contain noted,
t o be corrected if need lie, to bo car
ried in memory for future use, if nec
essary, unless tax payers take this
seeming trouble, they are to be ig
norant of those local matters which
so intimately affect their trade and
credit, and a city's credit is a matter
which may bear indirectly, at least,
upon every local trade interest, cer
tainly upon property values, ami af
fect directly the tax payers.
The tax payer calls for the publica
tion of his city and county ollicial. s
doing in office, but what use in this,
if the tax payer is not piinr to read
and carefully examine these reports
when published?
Not Q
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Some Large Brewers Claim Purity and Sterilization and little else.
We Guarantee Purity! Sterilization and Excellence of Materials.
Suoerioritv of Quality is the Test.
A politicians idea of a fool isaman
who affiliates with the otle r party.
Government Aid to Public Roads.
Following is a resolution introduc
ed by Maj. W. A. (iraham, of North
Charolina, and adopted by the Farm
ers" National Congress, recent I v in
session at Richmond:
"Whereas, the National (iovern
inent wisely makes appropriations
for the improvement of our harbors,
rivers and lines of railroad transpor
tation, to promote the commerce of
the nation bv afford intr market fi-
selling the products of the people
anu ior purcnasing the needed goods
of other nations;the same wise policy
could be promoted and extended bv
appropriations to establish .-m.1
prove the public roads in the respec
tive States, in order that the farmer
may be enabled at least cost to place
ins productions at the places of dis
tribution. If the domesic and foreign
commerce is advanced by appropriat
ing ro miruors, rivers ami extendec
or "throuirh" lines of domestic trans
portation. it will be lonetited in .in
increased manner by appropriations
io me puonc roads or highways, so
as to enable the producer to reach
i no markets ot his section at reason
able cost. 1 here ean U no valid rea
Ron why benefits that arc .tpn,u
to the buyer and seller should be de
uied the farmer: therefore, be it
"Resolved 1. That his Kvillencv
the President of the Fnited States, "is
most respectfully petitioned to ree-
ommenti to i ongress in his message
some system of appropriations to
improve the public roads in the
States
"2. That Congress is earnestly pe
titioned and urired to enact ji 1-
laws, making adequate provision for
me oenerment oi the public roads bv
oumticui appropriations to the pur
pose.
"3. Tnat copy of this paper be sent
by the President of this Congress to
llis Excellency, the President of the
i nired .states, and also the presiding
officer of each House of Congress
With reOUest to Iirescnt tlmm fnr
sideration to the bodv over which he
presides.
If
T rOST beer no rnatter by whom brewed, is clean, pure and
jjfjL sterilized.
These primary conditions prevail in nearly all breweries.
Many pure, clean beers, however, are not good beers.
o o o o o
Clean, pure beer may be made from almost any cereal and may
be aged and sterilized, but it will not necessarily be good beer.
CORN OR OTHER CHEAP MATERIALS WILL NOT
MAKE GOOD BEER.
The maximum of Quality is not there.
The brewers of Corn-made beer can and do justly claim purity,
cleanliness and freedom from germs.
BUT THEY CANNOT JUSTLY CLAIM QUALITY.
o o o o e
Via- TVATTCT XAntoin
two essential ingredients HOPS and BARLEY, and for pale beer
a small percentage of rice.
But it is much cheaper to use Corn -Grits as a substitute for
Barley-Malt.
This is why some of the large brewers use Corn it costs less.
o o o ovo
We use those materials which are recognized in the science of
brewing as the essential elements for a really healthful, palatable, honest
and superior beer; and of these only the very best, regardless of cost.
Not a grain of corn ever enters our brewery in any manner or for
any purpose.
Our precautions for pure, clean and perfectly sterilized beer are
unequaled.
o o o o o
Our storing capacity of 600,000 barrels, exceeding that of any two
other breweries in the world, enables us to lager (age) our beer from four
to five months.
For these reasons
Bundweaseir
The King of All Beers
must and does command a higher price than any other beer, and has a
greater sale than all other bottled beers.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis U.S.A.
lib:
s III
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There Must be Reform or Socialism'
Will Result.
Wood's SeeJs.
Alfalfa Seed
INOCULATED
Ready For Sowing.
Inoculation makes it possible
to grow Alfalfa where it could not
!e grown before.
It supplies the bacteria neces
sary for the best growth and de
velopment of this valuable crop.
Alfalfa once well established
lasts for years, yielding large and
continuous cuttings of the best
a nd most nutritious hay. Price of
seed quoted on request.
Wood's 1906 Seed Book tells
all about Inoculated Seeds, both
for the Garden and Farm. Mailed
free. Write for it.
T.W. Wood & Sons, Seedsmen,
RICHMOND, . VIRGINIA.
We esa also supply Inoculated Garden
Peim, Snap Beans. Clovers. Cow
Peas, etc. Write for prlce3.
1
Fn.vct teville ( lsprvtr.
Tlie best nrtiele which we h.iv-p
on the lesson of the recent awakening
of the people i.s an editorial in the
Kiniston Press entitled "Tfdi.
ealism in the Air." Jt is as follows-
'"The trend of events eleariv shows
that radicalism is in the air. Certain
abuses have rrown up and people are
about to conclude that the only way
to rid the bodv politic of them i r
cut them off at the roots. The man
who does not siiirirest a radical rem
edy, these days, is not likelv to ob
tain a hearing or at least a follow
inr. The averaire citizen mav .rive
him a respectful hearing, but htMvill
shake his head and move on tn snmo
one who will strike harder and cut
deeper.
True it is that some abuses h.ive
attained an appalling growth. The
American people have for these many
years been busily engaged in develop
ing their many resources. At times
it seems that they, as a people, have
forgotten everything else but the
pursuit of the dollar. They have not
had time to heed the silent growth of
powers preying upon them. Trans
portation companies have slowly
bound these people until today thev
are their victims, should they choose
to make them such. The might y in
dustrial combinations coinmonlv
called trusts are masters of the in
dustrial neld, and no one can sav
them nay. "(i rafting" in high places
has become a fine art, simply because
the practice has been allowed to grow
and develop. A tariff svall is shelter
ing all kinds of plunder and dishon
esty. In fact people are realizing
that while they were busy with their
private affairs -the powers that
prey" were also busy with their own
private i ffairs. This realization has
brought the convict ion that radical
measures are necessary, and our
theory of government is changing
from the old fashioned democratic iu
dividualism toa species of democracv
highly colored with socialism. Tim
formidable powers that haveTown
up nave urougnt people to conclude
that the government, as representing
the whole, must take a hand in reu-
laiing anairs.
This is not necessarilv an inif.M-tn.
nate condition of the public mind. It
becomes unfortunate onlr when radi
calism goes mad. Certain evils, such
;is trust and railway oterations
tariff laws. etc.. demand r.i.l
treatment, and the hand of the "-ov-
eminent is the only power that can
handle them.
The next few rears will find tl,
American people looking more rife
ly into the conditions of our life than
ever before, l ie knife of or..
meat regulation will cut deeper than
ever before. Should the knife rni-
deep enough and lop off certain
abuses, there will be a tendency to
withhold or be cautious about further
treatment. Should there be a mere
pretense at reform with no lienefiVLil
results socialism will grow and radi
calism will rule with undisputed
swav.
OCOCCOCCOCCOCCOCCCc
.
jo Powhatan Chemical Go's.
! q (independent)
g HUGH (GRADE FERTMLIIZED8S
O ARE THE BEST.
O GUARANTEED MINIMUM ANALYSIS.
W Ammonia Phos. Acid
0 1'. C. Co's. Hustler S
f White Leaf Tobacco H
-Magic lobacco Grower 2 8 2
J .Magic Special 2 8 2
B Powhatan Chemical Company,
RICHMOND, VA.
O Not Connected with any Trust,
O The above brands of high grade fertilizers are sold iu Henderson, N. C,
8 by THE BURROUGHS-COLEMAN CO. Get our prices before buying.
Will save you money. Plant Bed Guanos always on hand.
8 BurroughsColeman Company,, Q
ccocooccocxocoocooccoecooo
Potash
:-$
3
V "B-ison 1
eTery bottle. 1 1
c'' thic 5r
t IV
A Painless Cure of Curable Pain
Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's
pains are curable. They are the sign of dangerous
conditions of the female organs, which should be
promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow.
HENRY PERKY.
INSURANCE.
A strong line of both LIFE AND FIRE
COMPANIES represented. Policies issued
and risks placed to best advantage.
Office: : : : : In Court House.
ianZan
Reaches the bpo
Stops pain instantly
The Great Pile Cure
Put up in tubes witb
rectal nozzle.
TAKE
I
rfil
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
digests what you eat.
Having moved into our
BIG NEW STORE f
OPPOSITE S. A. L. DEPOT.
We are better prepared than ever before to sup
ply your needs in
FURNITURE,
We have the exclusive aencv in Henderson for
Cole's Original Hot Blast Heating Stoves, the
greatest heat produces-an. i fuel savers on th mar
ket. Also the Liberty Majestic Range the house
keepers, comfort.
Our stock is the largest and most attractive ever
carried by us, and our prices are low. Come in
and see us in our new quarters
UNDERTAKING.
We are licensed rmbalmers and we carry every
thing usually tound in a first class undertaking
establishment.
D. W. HARDEE FURNITURE CO.
FEELING
LIVER-ISH
This Morning?
r i mm .
3 !i4&m i
Ml
1 w vujuj
IT GOMES TO WOMAN'S RELIEF
whenever she sufiers from any of woman's biting and weakening pains.
It not only compels the pains to stop, but it follows up and drives out
the cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming back.
It makes you well. Try it.
Sold everywhere in $1.00 bottles.
WRITE US A LETTER
freely and frankly, in strictest comm
ence, telling us all your svmptoms and
troubles. We will send free advice
(in plain sealed envelope), how to
cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory
Dept., Th. Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Chattanooga, Term.
"WITHOUT A PAIN,"
writes Mary Shelton. of Poplar
Bluff, Mo., "Icndomv housework,
although, before taking CAKDUI, two
doctors had done me no good. I can
truthfully say I was cured by Cardui
I want every suffering lady to know of
this wonderful medicine."
m m.
SAND
"Sll THE ORIGINAL
LAXATIVE
Cures Couehs. Colds. Cronn. T,a rv; AuITr nUlNYand
ii ' r iy t1' x io Liiiuo., x xiroai
and Lung Troubles. Prevents Pneumonia and Consumntinn
Forsale by MELVILLE DORSE Y. Druggist
in the
YELLOW PACKAOP.
A Gentle Laxative
And Appetizer
COAL
FOR ALL PURPOSKS.I
Whatever your jt'quirt i.M nt
may be we are remly to fill tin hi
to your MHtiHrortinn. We h.-ni'llc
the IlKST COAL tlmt mom v . nn
buy. I
Anthracite, Splint, Steam. j
A!ho S
PINE AND OAK WOODj
Any length. -:- Satinfjictifin ;uJ
prompt tterviee uaraiit- 1 i
Poythress' Coal & Wood Yard,
-Phone. No. HH.-m
Grove's Tnt fWH
biiSl 25 yeT', AYeraS2 Annual Sales over One and a Half Mfflion
littles. Does this record of merit appeal to you ? No Cure No Pav
Eed with every bottle is a Teafent, nackJe of Grov SZ'iul C'
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TheCorbittBiggyCo.
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That's What It Means.
Charlotte Chronicle.
The srirl waiter itie.i has rnhorl
Salisbury, one of the hotels of that
piaee Having aecided to employ white
help in the dining room. This'means
that the guests of this hotel will en
counter neatnes?. freshness and tidi
ness. 4- .
It is alwaj-s better to take things
as they come than to attempt to
catch them as they go.
For yoir
Patronage
in the past.
THANKS
For yoir
business
in future.
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
cErST Laxative Fruit Syrup
Fr Sale by MELVILLE DORSEY, Druggist
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
pimples and blotches.
It is Guaranteed
PSIA CURE
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
" ' LABOKATorr ov
E. C. DeWlTT A. rnrn A t
T? fiQun.- , " -. WUICACO. ttL
a.u irax jier s i wo (k5) urug Stores.
nr.Knr.RT v. c:kws. v.
K. C. nvs : I liercliv (ciil-.
have ux J Ii'.iss Native H-rl .
liave bfiiffittj me more for l.h
anl Oynpepsia limn th-
medio lie.'
BLISS
A BOX of Iiliss N.-.-.:vc
Hcrls is a family
tor always in the lion?.
Its use prevents anl cures
Constipation. !-
NATIVE Liver Trouble. Skiti
HERBS. Wascs, Klic-i:ia-tism
and mry
I Blood diseases. It U r':rt-ly
J vegetab e contains no nin-
eral jxison and js pre
pared in Tablet and
Powder- form. Sold
in One Dollar boxes
with a Guarantee to
cure or money back. O " 5:
page Almanac telling h"'-v '"
treat disease sent on request
medicin'E mailed i Ko.Mi ; : v Er
T. E. DEMENT. Agent.
Oxford N. C.
200
DOSES
$1.00;
THE ALOMO O. BLISS CO,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
-iTrr f nrnwim. 1 m. 1
Administrator's Notice.
HENDERSON.
N. C.
f r
i o Cure a Cold hi One Day
Laxative Bromo Qmmna laiicts. j
SevtaMaSonVw sW In past 12 months. tO f-f
Cures Crip
rt Two Days.
on every
r tavi.no qualified as sv$
WfM, (Iwvnwd, late of A'ane ooiir.tv .
Carolina, thin in to notifv all KfJ
havinit claiaiH auinnt ihe wtute of
f-aml to ulill.it tliera M..rt me n r
the 1st day of Manh. Un)7, or iUifl
will Ix- plfadH in tmr of thi ir v-ry- f
IKTcons indtbtd to nui(l c-etati- "ill !,ifp
make immediate ettlfniit.
ThisJJarch lut, lt0. .
. . . . B. T. BLACK WKLl-j
Ad.-tiirnstrator of J. P. Blackwll.
TownPBville. N. :
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