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THE nENDEHSOtf GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1906.
1 i ! J 111 r : The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1881. -BY THAD R. MANNING. TIIUIiSDAY, JI'IV 10. H'OO. The Reading of Newspapers. New Bern Jourii:-!. It may l; Haiti without cunt ruli tion. lliat it in only tli; exertional lorrion that n.-ails tin: ilaily newspa per, so as to bo n- to Lave any -o-liwnt idea af its contents an hour after thf paper has Ik-cm laid aside. The ne wspaper ivador a.s a. rule, reads just the portion wlii.-li i.s of personal or individual roneei n or interest, so cial or religious, of finance or of sports, and the rest, of the paper Is passed over. Two phases of newspaper reading, or the neglect of it , perhaps a combi nation of each, are worthy or special consideration, the.-" le-in the juick ness with which tl.- reader of the newspaper will se an article, bo it jfood or bad, of a personal nature, and t he cxt rcrne impossibility of he in able to see ot her articles in the same paper, which may 1" eipially personal but yet. of a different charac ter. An art iclo of a complimentary kind, will bo noted at a "lance on a paeof matter, as will also the article which may be uncomplimentary. The news paper reader will quickly see cither of these, but let an advert isni not ice be set in prominent type, calling atten tion t the fact that taxes are due, and the tax-payer will swear that he never saw the notice, although he looked over the newspaper every day for a month. Hut let the sumo tiix- payer be found a delinquent and he Will Hole t hat his name i.s published in the first issue of the paper, al though il be on an inside page, ami in the smallest type sei in and sur rounded with a hundred ot hernnnics. The Reformatory. Tlioiiinm ill- li.uitv mul ( liiMri'M. Day by day the sentiment in favor of a reformatory for the redemption of children overwhelmned by temp tation, is slowlv gaining ground. That it will comosoonerorlaterthere can be no doubt, but every day's de ):iy is a reflection upon the mercy ami charity of our good State. The story of Carl Smith, which we reprint from the Charlotte News, is well told, but not a statement is over drawn. It i.s a terrible indict neat or the State for its unpardonable neg lect, but nobody doubts that paral lel cases are occurring again and again, with this difference: few ac cusers are as merciful as Carl Smith's and most of the young criminals are thrown with hardened law-breakers into a seething sea fsin and shame. We hear much abort the necessity for good roads, bet tcr schools, larger quarters for the care of I he insane all wort hy subjects of ours but the raga inullin of the streets finds few friends and defenders. Now and then there conies a sneer from the lips of men who ought to know better, at the "sentimental sympathy'' expressed or the incorrigible children thieves. Can we look for some provision for these unfortunate children by our next Legislature? We doubt it , but still we have some hope. Ifourpeo ple could be led to see the crying need of such a thing, they would speak in tones that would make the politi cians glad to obey. We suggest that those in doubt about the need of a reformatory, ask the judge living nearest their doors. The judges ought to know, for they are brought face to face with this question, and we have yet to hear a single one of them express an opin ion against the establishment of a reformatory. Why should theiuat ter be longer delayed? Why shall not the State of North Carolina reach out a helping hand to its weakest children? A Tragic Finish. A w.'id Iiih.-iii'n n.'nli t h rmitti'il a lrai- in Hi'- Kivul Nnrtli S.'M lvk. u hi h u -liiM' fi!!KT 1'OllltI llUVl- htelM'll. 1(1 IlcllUllI' il I'll i II - itis lirt'iik. devastating un entire province of IliiUaiuI. In like manner Kenneth Mel ver uf Vaiiceburo. Me., permitted a little eohl to g innotnej until a tragic linisli was only uverteil y lr. Kind's New discovery. He writes: " three doctors gave me up to die of lmi inflammation. caused by a ucglecte.l cold but Ir. Kind's New ltiseovery saved my life. tiuarnnteeii best .ough and cold cure. At Melville Horsey 's ilrti store. ."iOc and "M.oo Tii.il bottle free. Board of Elections. Hon. F. M. Simmons, chairman of the Democrat it State FxeeutiveCom mittee. requests us to state that the State 1'oardof hleetions willappoint the county boards at its meeting on the first Mondav in August. Not more t han t wo members of the count v . board shallbelong to the same polit ical party. The State chairman of each partv shall recommend three electors in each count v. from whom the county boards shall lie appoint ed, it the recommendations are made on or before the first Monday in Au gust. 1 he Democrat ieState chairman ! s'uvs recommendations at once from the county chairman of three Demo crats in each county. Direct to F. M. Simmous.ehairman, care of A. J. Field, secretary, Raleigh N.C Asthma Sufferers Should Know This. i i i t roieyn ooney an jar lias cureU many eases of asthma that were considered lioie- less. Mr. Adolph Buesinjr. 701 Weft Third St., Davenport, lnwa. w rites: "A severe cold contrai'ted twelve years njjco and was uejr leeUM until it finally jrrew into asthma. The lest medical skill available could not give me more than temporary relief. Koley II 1 '! . . nouey Him iar was recommended and one fifty cent bottle out i rely cured me of asthma which had lieen rowing ou me for twelve years. If I had taken it at the start 1 woul. have l.ecn saved years of sufferiiiR." Melville Dorse v. "Has your husband any leaning to wards society?" "-No, indeed; I'm his first wife, and 1 know he has never even thought of getting a divorce." Houston I'ost. HOtUSTER'? Reeky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Susy Uedioi&e fa; Busy Feopla. Bring! Golden Health bad Renewed Vigor. specific for Constipation, Indigestion. Live and Kidney Troubles, llmples. Eczema, Impure Blood. Bad Breath, Slupgish Bowels, Headache and Backache. It's Kooky Mountain Tea in tab let form, 35 cents a box. Genuine niaJ Holusteb Druo Compasy, Madison, Wis. mDERI SUCGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLf Editors in Convention. Joint Meeting of the Virginia and North Carolina Press Association at The Mecklenburg, a Delight ful Event. Tin? joint meeting of the Virginia and North Carolina Tress Associa tions, hehl at The Mecklenburg Hotel, Chase City, Va., Friday and Saturday of last TTeek, was an event of unusual interest and pleasure. The attendance was not altogether as In re as had been anticipated, but nothing was lacking in the enjoy ment, of those who were present. The North Carolina newspaper men out numbered the Virginians, many of her nblt and brightest journalists representing the Old Dominion, how ever. I. A. .I. -uiies. of the Danville llegis irr, and J. L. Hart, of the Farmville HiTnlil, president and secretary, re spectively, of the Virginia Press As soeiation, were present, as were ll. M. Philips and J. I'. Sherrill, president and secretary of the North Corolina Press Association. The address of welcome on the part of the officials ami citizens of Chase City was delivered by .Mayor Smith. The address of welcome on behalf of the Virginia Association was made hy editor W. S. Copeland. of the Richmond Tiriif.s-ltisjmtcli. He was happy as always. Porn in North Carolina and residing in Virginia, he is the connecting link between the two Stite Associations (a sort of missing link as it were). The re sponse to the addresses was made by Mr. V. C. Dowd, editor of the Charlotte A'eir.s, who did himself and the craft of the Tar Heel State proud bv his aptness and eloquence. 'President K. M. Philips, of Raleigh, delivered an able and thoughtful ad dress ( n t he independence and indi viduality of editors which was warm ly received. Passing over the papers which were read during the afternoon ses sion, reference to which is made below, the events of the evening were the annual oration by I lev. J. 0. Atkinson, D. D., of the Klon College Christ inn Sim, and the lecture of Polk Miller, of Richmond, on Old Times in t he South, or the Old South and the New. Those who have heard Mr. Miller in his dialect stories and plendid delineation of the character oi the old time darkey know tnat there i.s not another like him, and those who have not enjoyed that ileastire cannot get an adequate ap ueciation from cold type. Mr. Mil it came to the Mecklenburg to con tribute something to the pleasure of the convention as a compliment to Col. Hughes and his friends among the Virginia and North Carolina edi tors. Saturday night lie gave an en tertainment interspersed with songs ind banjo music complimentary to til the guests of the Hotel, which was greatly enjoyed. People laughed ind wept alternately and at times the lecturer himself was so convulsed with laughter at some of those in the ludience that he had to stop talking until quiet was restored. It was ivatly enjoyed and at the conclu sion ot ait. Aimer s entertainment nany persons went forward to shake amis with him and thank mm for the pleasure ho had given them. Main- of the editors of both Asso ialions were accompanied by their wives, sisters or daughters and the x'ial feature of this meeting and mingling together was of the most ueasant nature. The meeting was a most delightful me and the editors had a jolly good time, t ol Hughes and Manager 'ooke were untiring in their efforts to please their guests, and right rovallv did they succeed. Crowded is the Mecklenburg was nothing was lacking in the way of accommodation and attentive-service to make our stav pleasant and the occasion a memorable one. Resolutions were adopted acknowl lging courtesies extended bv the transportation companies, Superin tendent F. C. TVeplcman, of the Home Telephone & Telegraph Com pany for tlie tree use of local and long distance phones, the Western I nion lelograph Company, Polk Miller, the charming entertainer, and the management of lhe Mecklenburg. Mondav a number of the editors and ladies accompanying them l eft for Norfolk where they embarked ou one of the steamships of the Mer chants and Miners Line for a trip to Roston. The following further account is taken from the Raleigh Xews.mdOIt- serrcr, written uy lAlitor Josephus Dadiels under date of Saturday, lith: The iuterest was heightened by the fact that most of the sessions were held joint ly with the irginia 1'ress Association which is also holding its annual meeting at this delightful place. The Virginia editors and their wives are a charming lot of the elect of the earth. They were with us last year at Asheville and warm friendships were made there which have been cemented here. The Virginiaeditors furnish some good talkers, too, and we had the pleasure of hearing some inter esting addresses from their hesf wbtors. I did not hear all the papers of our Vir ginia brethren, hut the three speakers I did hear rave bright and helpful ad dresses. The wittiest editor of either .State is Mr. V. Scott Copolaud. editor of the Ku'hniond 1 unrs-Dispntch, who is hen with his beautiful young bride, lie has as solemn a couutenanee when he is going to tell a good story as ever Sol Mmth hiissell had in his palmiest dars In introducing Polk Miller on Friday night, he paid a tribute to his old col ored "mammy , still living in North ampton county, North Carolina, that was ' a gem of purest ray serene.' He ought to write it out and let it be adopted as the South's eternal tC6timo nial to the worth of those noble women of the negro race who ought to be em balmed in song and storv. Mr. V.. i. Moseley. of the Danville Mt'tliotlitit, spoke with pith aud good sense upon tlie lieligious .Newspaper, and the editors of both States found that he was a live man. He gave us something new as to those journals who handle the truth earelesslv. In the old times, he said,it was a saying whenever a rooster crowed ''somebody has told a lie, and he added that it had been said that the reason all the roosters began to i-row so early in the morning is that at that time the morning newspapers are all going to press. Mr. ('. I. Denit, of the Salem (a. Times-Register, delighted the convention with a graphic story of the National Ld itorial Conventional Indianapolis. Few men can attend a great gathering and come home and make friends feel the very atmosphere of the meeting and enter into its spirit, that is the diihcult task Mr. Denit accomplished to the pleasure of all his hearers. The North Carolina speakers were no whit.behind the Virginians. The papers ot i. j, L.a8siter of thebmithneldferaA. Norman II. Johnson of the Merchants' Journal, and M. L. Shipman of the Hen- dersonville Hustler, touched upon vital topics of interest to the profession, and added to the reputation of the speakers. 4nd V C. Dowd of the Charlotte News, did the State proud by his brilliant re sponse to the address oi welcome. . i The annual oration was delivered by Rev. J. O. Atkinson, I). D., editor of the j Elon College Christian Sun. His subject j was "The Struggle and tne lugni lone " 1 fe had a snlendid audience com- pesed of the editors and their wives from both States and the guests in the hotel. He more than met the expectations oi his closest friends and the appreciation of the audience was attested by frequent and spontaneous applause. Dr. Atkinson is a native of Wake county, and I felt a new pride in him as I saw Virginia edi tors and visitors from other States cap tivated by his thoughtful oration and hannv delivery. He was full of his sub ject, every word he uttered came from the heart, and readied tne uearis oi mi who heard him. The best evidence or how it impressed the editors is the fact that at the session this morning Dr. At kinson was unanimously re-elected ora tor for 1K07, an honor without parallel n tlie history oi tne Asjociauou. The lecture on"01d Times in the South," bv the ever lovable Polk Miller, gave an e vening'senjoyment never to be forgotten He was at his best and that means that for nearly an hour he had an appreciative audience alternating between laugning. crying and applause. What a fund of anecdotes , 1'olk .Miller nas, anu wnai droll stories and what original dialect poems illustrative of the old-time boutn- ern darkey. Mr. Miller mingles much wisdom and not a little statesmansnip with his stories and his jokes. He be- ievs that the new generation of white oiks in the South are not generally inter ested in the stories of the old-time ne groes that delight the men and women who lived in the time of slavery ana re member these old negroes. Is he right? I am inclined to believe that the younger generation is quite as much interested in these stories as the older people, iney ought to be for they give a glimpse into the old days that can be gained nowhere except from Joel Chandler Harris, Thom as .Nelson rage and folk Miller. 1 he sessions of the Convention were harmonious and delightful. Except for the orations and essays the editors were like boys turned loose from school, and had a royal good time, with quips and jests and repartee and fun at the expense of each other. It is a hard-Avorking body of men who do not get many holi days. No men do more to push forward the car of progress, and it is pleasant to know that in town and in city the edi tors are better paid than ever before, showing that the people are appreciating more than formerly the value of their work to the State. At the last meeting of the National Editorial Association Mr. Henry Ii. Var ner, editor of the Lexington Dispatch, was chosen First Vice-President, and he is in line of promotion for the presidency. The Association passed strong resolu tions in favor of Mr. Varner for the presidency and the Virginia delegation will heartily join the iNorth Carolina edi tors in helping to elect Mr. Varner to that responsible position. Ihe entertainment of the editors and their wives at The Mecklenburg has been all that could be desired, and every per son in the editorial party will leave here saying that never in the history of the Association has an v place given more ele gant and enjoyable entertainment. The service here is as near perfect as is possi ble, the table is supplied with every deli cacy, and all have enjoyed every minute of the time here. The following officers were elected: President T. J. Lassiter, Smithfield Herald. First Vice-President J. C. Hardy, Warrenton Record. Second Vice-President W. B. Cochran, Troy Montgomeran. Third ice-President H. It. Kmlaw, Rocky Mount Echo. frecretary and Treasurer J. li. ishernll, Concord Times. Historian M. L. Shipman, Hender- sonville Hustler. Orator Rev. J. O. Atkinson, Elon College Christian Sun. Executive Committee Josephus Dan iels, H. A. London, W. C. Dowd, J. A. Thomas, Zeb Council. Delegates to National Editorial Con vention J. O. Atkinson, Josephus Dan iels, J. A. Robinson, Archibald Johnson, M. L. Shipman, C. L. Stevens. II. 1'. Deaton, J. A. Thomas, II. R. Kinlaw, R. M. Philips, J. T. Britt. Thad R. Man ning, W. li. Thompson, W. C. Hammer, . t). Uowd, J. D. Bivius, J. W. liailey, C. JI. Foe. R. F. Beaslev. J. G. Boylin. J. Caldwell, Clyde 11. Hoey, W. K. Jacobson. H. A. London, W. F. Marshall, Norman II . Johnson, J. B. Sherrill. $ioo Reward, $100. The readers oftliis paper will le pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded dis ease that science has been able to cure iu all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires aeon- stitutional treatment. Ilnll's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sysleui. thereby destroying the foundation of the dis ease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CI1E.NFA' & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 7oc. Tnke Hall's Family Pills for lonstipation -4 - . . Cemetery to be Improved. The stockholders of Elm wood Cem etery held a meeting last week at which it was decided to take steps lor improving tue cemetery. It was decided that as soon as the the dan ger from bugs was past all the pine trees on the est oi the mam brook should be cut and the property clean ed up down to the branch. There will also be built bridges over the stream aud windingdrives run across t he hill on the East. On the Eastern lull are manv beautiful slopes and shady nooks with beautiful sprinsrs The plan is to make this hill a popu lar resort by removing the underbush, taking out tlie division fence and us ing the wire to make repairs on the outer fence. It is earnestly urged by the Ceme tery Association that all parties who own lots will have them cleaned off in the next J10 days. If any one so desires, Mr. E. (I. Davis, will upon their request, have the lots cleaned off for a nominal sum. The officers of the association feel that all private lots should be looked after by the owners or that the owners should in dicate to them what charges they wish made. When the iron bridges are built and the hill is properly laid out in drives and walks we will" have a cemetery of which our people will be justly proud. See that yoursquare is in good order or authorize Mr. Davis to have it done, so that the grounds will be presentable. It is proposed to open up 5 acres for lots uow and grade about 1 mile of drive ways and walks on the East side of the branch. You cun see the poison Pine-ules clears out of the kidneys and bladder. A single dose at bedtime will show you more poison upon rising the next morning than can be expelled from the system in any ther way. Pine-ules dissolve the impurities, luberieate the kid neys, cleanse the bladder, relieve pain and do away with back-ache speedily, pleasantly, permanently. Sold by the Kerner-McXair Pmjr Company. The flecklenburp; Hotel . - . . And Hineral Springs, CHASE CITY, VIRGINIA. Where You Combine Health, Rest and Recreation. THE IDEAL PLACE TO SPEND YOUR SUMMER VACATION. BECAUSE: Its waters used conjointly, have given wonderful results in eczema, all ner vous, blood, kidney, digestive disor ders, rheumatism and catarrh. Its splendidly equipped Sanitarium, operated in connection with Hotel. (Noconsumptiveor contagious cases taken.) Its Mydriatic Department, embracing the celebrated Baruch System of baths, exhilarating and beneficial. Its large airy rooms, broad halls and corridors, perfect ventilation and its picturesque location. Its beautiful winding walks and drive ways, through romantic woodland. Its well equipped livery, comprising the best ladies' and gentlemen's saddlers and roadsters, and ponies for the children. Its varied amusements, consisting in part, of splendid Orchestra, Dancing, Bowling, Tennis,Golf, Billiards, Pool, Trap-Shooting, etc. v Its Social Features are characteristic oj the highest class of patronage, which is drawn from the most prominent, and aristocratic people throughout the country, yet the freedom from formality makes it akin to one big family. It is the "'Southern Society's Mecca." ADDRESS, MECKLENBURG MINERAL SPRINGS COflPANY, CHASE CITY, - - Official Analysis of RECORD: Laboratory No....6463. Received May 30, '06. Reported June 4, '06. Source, tap. Locality, Henderson. Sender's mark May. PHYSICAL DETERT1INATIONS: Tempr., deg. C, 18. Apparent color 0, Turbility, equiava- lent to silica 0. Sediment, 0. Odor, .0. CHEMICAL DETERMINATIONS: Reaction,..alkaline. Hardness total, 16.8. Hardness temporary ...0. Sulphates, considerable. Phosphates', trace. Alum 0. Chlorine 3.9. Nitrites 0. Nitrates, 08. Ammonia, free 036. Ammonia, albuminoid, 075. BIOLOGICAL DETERMINATIONS: Algae, ,none. Infusora, none. Organic Detritus, .". none. Bacillus Coli-communis in 5 c. c, '. none. Other Bacteria, Common saprophytic. INDICATIONS AND REMARKS: Pure Water. Respectfully, GERALD McCARTHY. Biologist. To Supt. Henderson Water-works, Henderson, N. C. m 8 Moore's Ready Leads, Colors in Oil, Linseed Oil, Floor Oil, Varnishes, Hard Oil Finishes, Muresco in all colors for walls, Japalac and Johnson's Wax. You will make no mistake, in using these goods. Watkins Hardware Co. Henderson, N. C. www Www Www WWW Just Received, A Beautiful line of WASH SILKS andDRFSS GOODS of all kinds. Nice line of HATS AND SHOES very- cheap. Ladies' and and Hosiery. Tin and Woodenware, Glass and Crockery ware, &c. Choice Stock Canned Goods of all kinds, The highest grade of FLOUR that is made. Big Lot of Hay Buying in car load lots we can sell at lowest prices wholesale or retail H.THOMASON PAINT ON 60 DAYS' TRIAL. If you have any painting to do, write for our 6o day trial proposition and handsome color card and price lists of House Paints, Metallic Paints, Roof and Barn Paints, White Lead, Varnishes, etc. We want you to test our goods before buy ing them. Your name and address on a postal card will bring the entire proposition. f. Dept. D Its Cuisine and service is strictly first- class. The Season of 1006 promises to surpass all previous records, both in number and personnel of its guests. Large bookings hare already been made of prominent people who will take up their Summer Residence at The Meck lenburg. It is the the most accessible all-year- round high class Health and Pleas ure Kesort in the South. Telegraph and LongDistance Telephone in HoteL Its New Summer Schedule of trains will afford additional facilities for reach ing The Mecklenbure. New Trains will be operated between Jeffre8s Junction and Chase City, and Chase City and Richmond. At Jeff ress Junction, connection is made with mid-day trains from Norfolk and Danville; also from all points in Eastern Carolina and Virginia. A Postal will bring full information, also handsome booklet, diagram, rates, etc Waters for Sale in Henderson by M. Lorsey , Jverner-MCi air urug jO., anu Thomas Brothers. - - - Virginia. Henderson Water. -o- 4 - Mixed Paints C) Were ntroduced in the year 1888 to the property owners of Henderson and Vance coun ty. They have stood the test during the 18 years giving en tire satisfaction, wearing, look o o o o o 8 () C) O ing better and lasting longer than any other paints made. 8 ) gentlemen's Underwear of Groceries. Price reasonable, too, and Feedstuffs. Phone 18. HASCALL PAINT CO., Cleveland, Ohio, 3 X iv- or r.ninjr tn avt Awav fliir Profits for the Next Fifteen Days I Begining Thursday, July 12tri, We are going to irOLUinvte a. 15-day SPECIAL SALE Each and every item in our store will be sold a a VERY ATTRACIVE" REDUCTION FROM THE REGULAR SELLING PRICE. We do this to make dull times brisk and prepare our store to receive our immense stock of Fall Merchandise that will begin to arrive about August 1st. No buyer can afford to lose the opportunity of supply- - ing their wants from one of the best stocks of merchan dise carried in Henderson at the uniform reduction offerdat this sale. During this Special 15-Day Sale we shall be content to let the store pay expenses and will give away our profits to our customers The Geo. A. Rose Co. 0 3 ll HOME .FURNISHING GOODS. itZ 1VT 7 J, T A. 'j. O mew jc urmiYire AUgs jtr CHinaL, Glassware, etc. The Newest Styles &nd Patters. See our Mahogany 4-piece bed room set Massive quarter sawed oak bed room sets - Cheaper goods - 100-piece dinner sets - . Hotviland dinner sets . - it The Rugs a.nd and see them. Mattresses and St TrmflTTrH W;rV(hllHTr MODERATE. FOR BEAUTIFUL. CATALOGUE JcC ADDRESS J-A-& M H HOLT. OakRidge.N.C HENDERSON LOAN AND REAL ESTATE CO. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL - $50,000 00. Every money lender knows that there is much trou ble and responsibility incident to the safe and judicious loaning of money. -The security should be ample, the . tide must be clear, the property should be kept insured in solvent insurance companies for the benefit of the lender, the mortgaged property must be listed properly for taxation, the taxes must be paid, and interest has to be collected when due. The Henderson Loan and Real Estate Company looks after all these details and relieves the lender of all responsibility, by lending his money for him on securities to be approved by him, accompanied by the following guarantees tothe lender: 1. The title of the property upon which the loan is made is guaranteed. 2. Tlie security is guaran teed. 3. The interest is guaranteed. 4. The insur ance is guaranteed. 5. It is guaranteed that the prop erty is listed for taxation from year to year, arid that the taxes will be paid annually. So that every loan the lender has, in addition to his mortgage as security, the guarantee of The Henderson Loan and Real Estate Company,backed by its assets and with out any expense to him, List your money with us. "WE SELL TJIE EARTH." WE INSURE YOUR LIFE AND PROPERTY. WE INVEST EVERY DOLLAR OF THE PREM IUM IN HENDERSON AND VANCE COUNTY. R. S. IlcCOIN, Setfy and Treas. HENDERSON, : : North Carolina. Art Squares are beautiful new Snrin f s...4h a rwt mari oquares - - $200 . $75, 100, 125, 150. $25, 30, 40. 50. $10. 12.50. 13. 20. - $23. designs. Come in o The gain in new building and in dustry in Henderson is grenu r than at any period in the liiHtorv of our town. The Citizens Bank solicits its proportion of the inmir ance on these new building. hv-ll ings, etc, and guarantees promj't aerriee and lowest positle rnt to its customers. insurance Department Citizens Bank. BICHARDC. GART. NOTICE. The following persona will bear in that they left watcbe with the lute VV J. Powell for repair: W R.Lanier, Harry MagbT, J.A.tVari.-.-W.H.Oill, D.T.Clapujn, A. A I'aiU M.Daria. J.R.liarris, K.I.Kit r J.Q.MI1, ValterJonea. G.P.l'hili; -Z.T.Rom, H.H.Chambera, A.O.Kavu Aostin Jones, A.C.H. Robinson, N.H -Mack Jones, Jas.IIookaday, Jus Jl" llogh Hunt, Walter Wedflen, KJ Th..n. C.R.T00I, Pajton Taylor, J.A I'.ru:. J.H.Haer, Plummer Fang, Jiio.Sol. K.W.Dent, Early, Thomas, Jes .Solon: Wm.CnttM, (."has.Andrews, John Hull J.D.Stone, J.T. Kbotwell, W.C. ! ; C E.Cobb, R.A.Uenderson, John l!u- Ike Wrmin, Grorer Kearney. Luther J.W.Blaeknall. Otis Wright, Uarthal Alston, Anthony Pluinu The- above named persons will plea- at my office at the earliest date poofiM- a get their w atebes. I also hare eight watches left nnjab- Owners of these can get same by calling establishing satisfactory proof of ownerrt-. R.8. JlrCOlY Adminiatr8'" A. G. Daniel. Wkelesale and Retail Dealer la . . Shingles. Laths, Lum ber, Brick. Sash. Doors and Blinds. Foil stock at Loirest Prices. Opposite South ern Grocery Company. Henderson. N. C M t 0 1 ' i