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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1906.
CONDENSED THE CITIZENS BUNK, Henderson, N. C. APRIL 6, 1906. Resources. Loans iiinl Discounts, " Ivrnlnifts -Stocks and I'.onds -I'.ankin House ;ind Fixtures ('asli on Hand and Due from Banks Total Liabilities. Capital Stock paid in Surplus and Profits Cashier's Checks Outstanding Certified CliPi ks lepi)-itS Total We take pleasure in presenting to you our recent pub lished statement. The paid in Capital, earned Surplus and individual liabi lity of stockholders is $235,000.00; all of which serves as a guarantee fund for the security of its depositors. Tins Bank is under State inspection. It is also required to make its condition public, thus throwing around the Bank every possible safeguard. We invite your account. WM. A. HUNT, Cashier. VERY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Frames, Oak Mantels, Tiles, Grates, &c. JOHN B. W ATKINS. Mrs. .1. M. Coleman of Macon, is viil higher in t her.Mrs.Cora IMielps. Home rro'vn watermftlons have made t heir appearance in the local market. Mrs. CeoreeE. Perry and chiidren have rone to Jackson Springs to st ay a mont.li. Mr. .J. 1 1 ill Parliani and family re turned yesterday from a stay at Moreliead "it v. MissSallie 1'pperman of Louisburji:, N visiting her aunt, Mrs. Cora Phelps, in Henderson. Misses Ida and Louise Uodwell of M ai l in, are "nests of Mrs. Cora I'lielps this week. MNs lii.zie Lewis returned last week hum Wilson where she had l. 'eu visiting for a month. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. J'arker and Mioses Willie and Closs Parker have returned from .Morehead City. Mr. and Mrs. (,'. A. Lewis have re turned from their visit to New York ' n. having had a pleasant trip. Advertising for a site upon which ' . ereet a govern medt building looks - ; v niuch like business, doesn't it? Mrs. Ida lass and little son, and Miss Johnnie ltowland are at Wright sville to spend a few weeks. Mrs. M. K. Vanu of Newport News, a., is visiting the families of Messrs. N. I'. Thomas and A. P. Newcomb. Mr. Wallace Phelps of New York City, ha 4 been visiting relatives and friends in Henderson for several days. Mr. James Wiggins, one of Wilson's prominent and highly esteemed citi zens, was a visitor to Henderson last week. Thomas Newcomb advertise a mid-summer cash clearing sale of light dress goods, lawns, waistings, low cut shoes, etc. Ir. A. U. Zollicoffer, of Weldon, is a Henderson visitor this kweek, having come up to see his nephew, Mr. Cni. Zollicoffer. who is sick. Kev. lr. Nash is this week attend ing District Conference of the Metho dist Kpiseopal church at Whitakers, and will go to Ahoskie to dedicate a church Sunday. I The first load of new tobacco was sold at Cooper's warehouse Wednes day of last week. L S. lloyd of Townesville, was the seller and 15 was the juice realized. As an exchange says, no merchant ever feared a competitor who didn't advertise. It is the one who adver tises a little more aggressively than you do who gives you insomnia. After at tending the judicial conven tion at llocky .Mount "Tuesday Mr. J. H. P.ridgers went as a delegate from the Henderson church to the Metho dist district conference at Whitakers. ork is progressing speedily ou the new theatre building. Contractor Weaver and Manager Aronson will leave nothing undone to give Hen derson a playhouse the equal of any in the State. If you have a lot you think is a suitable site for the proposed public building you have the opportunity to put in a sealed proposal giving particulars asto size, location. grade, price wanted, etc. Clean up should be the order of the hour. And not only the alleys, back lots and premises generally, public and private, but thestreets'ought to le kept in a more cleanly and at tractive condition, free from litter and trah of all kinds. Mr. D. Y. Cooper, Jr., chaperoned quit a party to Morehead Monday. In the party were Mrs. 1). Y. Cooper and Miss Genevieve Cooper, Mrs. S. 1'. Cooper and children, Mrs Vlex ooper, Mrs. I). Y. Cooper, Jr.. Mrs. J. 1. Miller and children. w m Kat n,. ( King's Dys.pep.sia Tablets after am meai and you will not suffer w ith indi- K"rion. Sold l.y the Kerner-McXair Drug 1 oinpany. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. In, '--NATIVE BROMO quinine Tablets. VV . f,;"A-,rr'.und money if it fails to cure. E. -m h : eignature is on each box. 25c, ARNOLD'S Yornbted BALSAH Bowel Complaints by THOMAS BROTHERS. STATEMENT 4:J7,512.43 5,518.84: 29,4G1.25 10,732.73 50,258.42 530,483.07 $100,000.00 42,900.30 238.42 42.70 390,302.25 . 539,483.7 The Vance county delegation to the Fourth Judicial discrict convention which met in Kooky Mount Tuesday, was composed of A. J. Harris, Col. Henrv Perrv, K. S. McCoin, J. C. Kit trell, T. M. Pittman. H. T. Powell. K. W. Edwards, W. S. Parker, J. H. Kridgers, W. T. Gupton and Thad K. Manning. What has become of the anti-spitting ordinance? It seems to have fallen into innoxious desuetude a dead letter on the book and people spit where and when they please just as they did before the granolithic sidewalks were put down and the or dinance passed to prohibit squirting baccili tobaccolis thereon. Attention is called to the advertise ment of Littleton High School for boys and young men, which appears in this paper. The principals, L. W. Kagley, A. 15., and Z. P. Keachboard, A. 15., are experienced and success ful teachers and their school enjoys a high reputation. Fall term opens Sept. 1st; Spring term Jan. 1, l!))7. Every form of distressing ailment known n Tiles originates internally. The real can.se of the trouble is internal. ManZan is put up in collapsible tubes with nozzle, so the medicine can be applied where it, will do the most good, and do it quick. If you are suffering with pilesyou owe yourself theduty of trying ManZan. Sold by the Kerner-McXair Drug Company. . . Classes in Music. I solicit classes in music, ami will give lessons either at my home or residence of pupil as preferred. Instruction limited to piano. Terms reasonable. MISS MAY BECK. Will Get Their Share. Mr. C. H. (iattis, the clever and ca pable traveling passenger agent of the Seaboard Air Line Railway, was a Henderson visitor last week." Ever alive to the interests of his road he was here to see Quartermaster Gen eral Macon about transporting the North Carolina National Guard to the encampments this summer. If the Seaboard does not get its share of the passenger business in this ter ritory it will not be the fault of wide awake C. II. Gattis. When the World Goes Wrong. Does evil still, your whole life fill? Does woe betide? Your thoughts abide on suicide? You need a pill! Xow for prose, and facts DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the most pleasant and re liable pills known today. They never gripe. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. Does This Concern You? II. S. McCoin, administrator, gives notice that he has in his possession a number of watches that were left with the late Walter J. -Powell for re pairs. A list of names of such per sons is published in this paper. Per sons interested are requested to call at Mr. McLoin s onice at the earliest date possible and get their watches. He also has eight watches that are not labeled. Owners of these can get same by applying and establish ing satisfactory proof of ownership. The old time method of purging the system with Cartharties that tear, gripe, grind and break down the walls of the stomach aud in testines, is superseded by Dade's Little Liver rills. They cleanse the liver, and instead of weakening, build up and strengthen the whole system. Relieve headache, biliousness, constipation, etc Sold by the Kerner-Mc Xair Drug Company. For Rent. A six-room cottage residence, situated on Winder street. Electric lights and city water in the house. Good neighbor hood and convenient to business part of town, terms reasonable. lor farther information apply to MKS.SAKA1I A. HOUNER. Installation of New Officers. Mr. 15. II. Woodell, Grand Secre tary I. O. O. I, of Raleigh, installed the newly elected officers of Zeb B. Vance Lodge No. 18;$. last Thursday night, the 12th, as follows : A. Cooke, Noble Grand. W. II. Wester, Vice Grand. A. J. Cheek, Recording Secretary. Wallace White, Financial Secretary W. Ed. Moss, Treasurer. After the installation Mr. Woodell gave the lodge a fine lecture on the duties of officers and of one brother to another, all of which was enjoyed by those present. Twenty Years Battle. "I was a loser in a twenty year battle with chronic piles and malignant sores, until I tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which turned the tide, by curing both, till not a trace re mains," writes A. M. Bruce, of Farmville, Ya. Best lor old Ulcers, Cuts. Burns and Wounds. 25c at Melville Doreey's drug store. Special price on smoking tobacco, 20 cents a pound, at Parkers Two Drug Personal. Dr. P. F. Manning, late of Duns muir, California, arrived yesterday from Scotland Neck .and will make Henderson his home in future. He came East some weeks ag9 and has since been visiting in the Eastern part of the State, having gone through a severe 6pell of sickness in the meantime. It has been more than fourteen years since Dr. Manning visited Hen derson last and it is needless to sa.y that he finds many evidences of sub stantial growth and prosperity on his return. He has kept in close touch with the place and people through reading the Gold Leaf, and while gratified at what he sees he is by no means surprised. . .Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar com bines the qualities necessary to relieve the cough and purge the system of cold.- Con tains no opiates. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. Wa-nted. The North Htate Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kinston, N. C, desires a Manager for its Branch Office in Hender son, N. C. Position permanent. Excep tional opportunity for right man. No Competition in Intermediate Department. Experience helpful but not necessary. Write with references at once to J. .1. Rogers, superintendent of agencies, Kin ston, N. C. Junior Orders Installed. The newly elected officers of Gold Leaf Council No. 11G, J. 0. U. A. M., were installed last Friday night, July 13th, District Deputy W. T. Whitten officiating. The new officers are: A. Cooke, Councillor. M. II. Stone, Vice Councillor. P. E. Rowland, Recording Secre tary. D. S. Fleming, Assistant Recording Secretary. Wallace White, Treasurer. Rev. J. T. B. Hoover, Chaplain. W. T. Whitten, Conductor. R. F. Payne, Warden. T. H. Hight, Inside Sentinel. W. R. Shanks, Outside Sentinel. For bloating, belching, sour stomach, bad breath, ma'.assimilatiou of food, and all symptoms of indigestion, Ring's Dyspepsia Tablets are a prompt and efficient corrective. Sold by the Kerner-McNair Drug Company. Two Farms for Sale. One containing seventy-three (73) acres, and one twelve and one-half (12). For particulars apply to W. T. CHEATHAM. Entertained in Honor of Miss Carrie Landis. The following item from the pen of the brilliant writer-lecturer, Henry Rlount, which appeared in the Wilson Times of Saturday, will be read with local interest: One of the most refined and elevating and delightful entertainments ever given in Wilson was the one given last evening in the charming home of the very at tractive and highly cultured Mrs. "T. A. Cheatham, the lovely wife of the polished and eloquent Episcopal minister. The entertainment was given in honor of Miss Carrie Landis, of Henderson, who is as pure aa the soul of an angel's prayer, as bright as the glimmer of a sun-kissed iclcle.and as sweetas the perfume ofdew bathed flowers. Mrs. Cheatham presided with the grace of a queen and dispensed a most gracious hospitality, while all present saw in the resplendent visitor womanhood in all of its royalty and paid willing homage to its seductive witchery. - it has caused more laughs and dried more tears, wiped away more diseases and driven away more fears than any other medicine in the world. Holiister's Rocky Mountain Tea. .15 cents, Tea or Tablets. Parker's Two Drug Stores. WANTED by Chicago wholesale and mail order house, assistant manager (man or wo man) for this county and adjoiningterritory. Salary $20 and expenses paid weekly; expense money advanced. Work pleasant; position permanent. No investment or experience re quired. Spare time valuable. Write at once for full particulars and enclose a self-addressed envelop. Address, GENERAL MAN AGER, 134 E Lake St., Chicago. For Advertisers. The following hint to business men is taken from an exchange: "What I gave, I have; what I spent, I had; what 1 kept, I lost." Old Epitaph. What an advertiser gives of work, of energy, of thought to his business he has; what he is afraid to give what of effort and enterprise he with holds he loses. Pre-eminently, in advertising, we get by giving and lose by keeping! A Sweet Breath. A 6weet breath adds to the joys of a kiss, l'ou wouldn't want to kiss you wife, mother or sweetheart with a bad breath. You can't have a sweet breath 'without a healthy stomach. You can't have a healthy stomach without perfect digestion. There is only one remedy that digestswhat youeat and makes the breath as sweet as a rose and that rem edy is KODOL FOR DYSPEPSIA. It is a relief for sour stomach, palpitation of the heart, and other ailments arising from dis order of the stomach anb digestion. Take a little Kodol after your meals and see what it will do for you. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. - Notwithstanding scandals and in vestigation on earth,, it is pleasant to know that the sun can still wear a large halo. Xew York Tribune. N. B. Truth, St. Taul, June 31, '06 I've lived so long I remember well when the Mis sissippi was a brook. My good health and long life came by taking Holiister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 23 cents. Parker's Two Drug Stores. A A A m. m. m. m. A W WW W WW WW WW WWW W WWW W WW fff www All Ready-Made Underwear Reduced in Price. MRS. MISSILUER. jj 'The Ladies Store.9 The Mecklenburg. Chase City's. Magnificent Health and Pleasure Resort Miraculous Cures Effected by the Wonder ful Mecklenburg Mineral Waters. We had heard and read much about The Mecklenburg and the wouderful Chase City mineral waters, but what we saw from a personal visit was more than a pleasing surprise it was in the nature of a revelation. We knew they had a good hotel and min eral waters of unquestioned merit, but we are frank to confess that we did not know they had such a modern and com plete hotel plant as The Meck lenburg is and waters that are al most miraculous in the cures effected. People go there afflicted with rheu matism, and nervous troubles who arc unable to. walk or get out of the carriage without assistance and after drinking the water and taking the Raruch system of baths for a few weeks they walk back to the train. We hardly know which to admire most, the hotel with its splendid ap pointmentsmodern and first-class in every respect the health-giving mineral waters, lithia and chloride calcium; the hydriatic department, embracing the celebrated Raruch sys tem of baths, exhilarating and bene ficial; or the beautiful situation and delightful surroundings. The rooms are large and airy, (every room is an outside room) with perfect ventila tion; the halls and corridors are broad and the location picturesque. The table fare is first-class and the service admirable. There seems to be nothing lacking for the comfort and pleasure of guests. The hotel is modernly equipped and the furnish ings of the best. They have their own electric light plant,'ice plant and cold storage, laundry, livery stables, fox hounds, bird dogs and hunting preserves, and every other requisite to thecomfort and pleasure of guests, summer and winter. We are sure if our people more fully appreciated what the Mecklenburg Hotel and mineral waters are greater numbers of them would be enrolled among its guests. We apprehend that its nearness to us somewhat obscures its merits as a health and pleasure resort. We are too much disposed to look away and beyond our immediate surroundings for the land of milk and honey while neglect ing the good things that are about us. The Mecklenburg is all right and we are not going to wait so long be fore we go again to enjoy its delight ful hospitality. Once a guest of Col. . 1. Hughes, president of The Meck lenburg Hotel and Mineral Springs Company, and Manager A. J. Cooke, the veteran and popular hotel man, one naturally desires to repeat the pleasant experience and frequently. A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES. Itching,' Blind, Bleeding, Protruding Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. Dwelling for Rent. A nice brick residence, on Turner ave nue. Immediate possession given. Ap ply to JOHN B.WATKINS. The A. & M. College. -- An advertisement of the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts appears in this issue of the Gold LeAf. The catalogue of this popular institution shows 494 students during the year, distributed among the departments as follows: Civil Engineering, 94; Electrical En gineering, 84; Agriculture (full course), 34; (short course), 44; Dairy ing, 28; Textile Industry (cotton manufacturing), 37; Industrial Chem istry, 21; Mechanic Arts (drawing, designing, wood and iron works), 44. In spite of urgent need for more room and added teaching force, the College continues to do more and better work. The registration the past year was 494, against 474 in 1904- 5. The graduating class numbered this year 54, last year 40. Already the number of inquiries looking to ward matriculation in September is very large. Young men desiring in dustrial training would do well to write for catalogue to President Win ston, West Rnleigh. N. C The cleansing, antiseptic and healing prop erties of Pinesalvemake it superiorto family salves. Sold by the Kerner-McNair Drug Com an. Littleton High Scbool FOR Boys and Young Men. LW.BAGLEY.A.B. Z.P.BEACHBOARD.A.B I'HIXCIPALS. Adva.nta.ges: 1. Faculty of experienced collegejnen 2. Health conditions unsurpassed. 3. Expenses moderate no extras. 4. Prepares for life or college. o. Thorough instruction. u. jrru.utru system. 7. Home Influences. i- - Fall Term begins Sept. ist, 1906. spring lerm begins Jan. ist, 1907. For further information address : Z. P". BEiCHBOARD, Littleton, N.C, We Ha.ve Secured the Agency for I COLUMBIA PHGNOGRAHS eoid Machines from $20 to $100. CASH OR INSTALLMENTS. Full supply of Records, Needles.'etc., on hand. Come in and hea.r the latest Voca.! and Instrumental Records. j At B. S. ARONSON'S. mm 9 m imm 99 Classes in Music. Miss May Reck announces that she ' will take classes in music giving les- j sons at her home or residence of pu pils as may be preferred. Instruction limited to the piano. Miss Reck was taught at Western Maryland College, Westminster, and Peabody Conserv atory of Music, Baltimore, and is well qualified for the work she under takes. She is an accomplished per former on the piano and possesses the happy faculty of imparting her kuowledge of music, theory and technique to others. Terms reason able. - . . . . A little love, a little wealth, A little home for you and me; 1 Is all I ask except good health, ; Which comes with Rocky Mountain Tea. Parker's Two Drug Stores. Sow Millet get good seed we have tnem-derman Millet. II. THOMASON. How's Your Liver? An obstinate, sluggish liver is about the meanest thing a person can carry about with him. Many of the ills that flesh is heir to arise from a .disordered liver and stomach. If your liver is out of order gone on a strike put it to work with Stedman's uC. Rlood and Liver Pills. They will make you feel like a new person. They remove the cause of trouble. Sold by druggists or mailed direct anywhere in the United States on re ceipt of price. Manufactured by the llead-Jiasy uompanvr, Oxford, rs. u. See advertisement on the fourth page of this paper. rak.es the Liver Lively. ! Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup gives perma nent relief in cases of habitual constipation as it stimulates the liver and restores the natural action of the bowels without irritat ing these organs like pills or ordinary" ca thartics. Does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take. Remember the name ORINO and refuse substitutes. Melville Dorsey. Jersey Bull for sale or let W. W. PARKER. Employes' Bounty. The American Tobacco Company has adopted a policy of insuring cer tain of its employes which commends itself to those interested. And this without cost to the employe. Upon proof of the death, before July 1st, 1907, of any person in the employ ment of the Company at the time of his or her death, who 6hall have been continuously in the employment of Company for at least one year pre ceding his, or her death, and whose wages do not, at the date of his or her death, exceed $50 per week, the Company will donate 111 cash to the person finallv designated by such employe a sum of money equal to the wages paid to such dead employe during the last year of his or her life, not exceeding the sum of f oOU. All that is necessary to avail one's self of this bounty is to give to the cashier of this department the name of the person selected to receive it. Upon satisfactory proof of death to the ISiew York office of the American Tobacco Company within sixty days after the death of such employe, the donation will be made, only to the person finally designated and not to the heirs, executor, administrator, creditors or assigns of such person. New lot of German Millet Seed just re ceived by H. THOMASON. Feel Impending Doom. The feeling of impending doomin the minds of many victims of Bright's disease and di abetes has been changed to thankfulness by the benefit derived from taking Foley's Kid ney Cure. ' It will cure incipient Bright's dis ease and diabetes and even in the wort teases gives comfort and relief. Slight disorders are cured in a few days. -'I had diabetes in its worst form," writes Marion Lee of Dun- reath, Ind. "I tried eight physicians without relief. Only three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure made me a well man " Melville Dorsey. Trustee's Sale. "T T NDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE AU- 1 i thritir YroaWl in ma riT A TppH in Till fit. executed by Dock Wood on the 20th day of . -I l l 1 .1 i 1 , . . . 1 - OA .niTn . U . dune, lifuj, rreum iu uuu v, iaj,c l snail, on miani a ay. julv 2 3RD. 1906. sell for cash to the highest bidder, at the o'clock, the lot of land on Spring street in the . Trj l 4 r r . i I lull. l.w town 01 nenaereuu, ii reev iui7j . ) 4 l f 1... 1 ul 1 . urt QnrinilF afrfwt. flfimA w- ingland bought of J. L.Currinand wife June o, 1 )0J. fsee Deed hook 10, rage i i . ANDREW J. HARRIS, Trustee. June 21st, 1000 THE NORTH CAROLINA College of Agrieulture and Mechanic Arts. Practical education in Ag riculture, Engineering, In dustrial Chemistry, and the Textile Art. Address PRESIDENT WINSTON, WEST RALEIGH, N. C. Records mutttttittttttt'' I Daniels Again, Judicial Convention at Rocky Mount Nominates Charles C. Daniels to Succeed Himself as Solicitor of the fourth Distrcit. The Fourth Judicial district. composed of the counties of Martin, tidgecqmbe, llson, rsash, Franklin. and Vance will again be represented oy onanes u. Daniels as Solicitor. The Convention which was held in Rocky Mount Tuesday, nominated him by a good majority, receiving 109 aud a fraction votes. Necessary to nominate, 94. lhe convention was largely at tended and it was an earnest and en thusiastic lot of delegates. Martin county had a delegation of 150 men, Wilson a great host, ash and Edgecombe well represented and t ranklai was represented by every one or ner 4 d.delegates. The convention was called to order by T. W. Bickett, of Franklin, who named Andrew J. Harris, of Vance, as temporary chairman. W. S. Wil kinson, of Rocky Mount, was re quested to act as secretary with the Democratic editors present as as sistants. The temporary organiza tion was made permanent. Ihere was one contest, from one precinct in Edgecombe, which was referred to a committee on credentials, of which Lol.' V ilson G. Lamb, of Martin, was chairman, and the report of thecom- mittee was unanimously adopted by the convention. There were three candidates in the field for solicitor: C. C. Daniels, incum bent, of AVilson, Paul Jones, of Edge combe, and R. A. P. Cooley, of A ash. The contest has been spirited and the supporters of each candidate industrious in their behalf. Mr. Daniels was placed in nomina tion by J. U. Kittrell, of V ance, and the nomination was seconded by lion, r . A. oodard, of V ilson. Mr. tooley was placed in nomina tion by Hon. U. II. Bunn, of Nash, and was seconded by T. W. Bickett, of r ranklin. Mr. Jones was placed in nomina tion by Henry A. Gilliam of Edge combe, and seconded by Harry btubbs 01 Martin. The speeches were all good and warmly applauded. Upon call of the roll Mr. Daniels was nominated on the first ballot, the vote being as follows: For Daniels: Edcrecombe, 7 48-100: Franklin, 37 7-9; Martin. 17; Nash, 11 4-20; "Wilson, 22; Vance, 14 Total, 109 44-100. For Jones: Edgecombe, 25 52-100; Martin, 13; Vance, 7 Total, 44 52-100. t-or cooley : Franklin. 5 2a-l 00; rsasli, 18 10-20; Wilson, 11 Total, 35 8-100. On motion the nomination of Mr. Daniels was made unanimous amid great demonstrations of enthusiasm and satisfaction. In response to calls strong and eloquent speeches were made by Mr. Daniels and Mr. Cooley and theconvention adjourned with the best of feeling. The following executive committee was chosen: Edgecombe, Henry A. Gilliam; Franklin, T. W. Bickett; Martin, K. A. Newell; Nash, It. A. 1. Cooley; Vance, J. C. Kittrell; "Wilson, 11. T. Barnhill. HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS. The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless Chill Tonic. You know what yon are taking. It is iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure, no pay. 50c. Cash Clearing Sale of Light Dress Goods, Lawns, Waisiings, Low Cut Shoes, &c. The cut is real, hut not general only certain line. 4 X Thnmoo 9. Mnuinnmh I iiiuiiiao f iiGiibuiuui ? WWWW WW WW WW WW WWW WW w w ADVERTISEMENT For Federal Building Site. Treasury Department, Office of Secretary, Washington, D. C, July 12. '06) Proposals will be received, to be opened at " o clock p. m., Aucnst TI, lUOfo, lor tne salt- to the United States of a suitable sit, cen trally located, for the Federal building to be erected in Hendernon, .V 1. A corner lot. approximating 120 by 130 feet, is required. Each proposal mut be accompanied by a diagram of the land, showing the widths of adjacent streets and alleyn, the grades, and the character of foundations obtainable, etc. Anv improvements on the laud must be re moved bythe vendorwithin thirty days after written notice, and the vendor shall pay all expenses connected with furniHbing evidence of title and deeds 01 conveyance. J he ngnt to reject anv proposal is mserved. Each pro posal must be sealed, marked "I'roposai lor Federal building site at Henderson, .v i,., and mailed to the Secretary of the Treasnry, (Supervising Architect), Washington, 1). I. L.. 51. K11AW, Secretary. THIS SPACE IS I z The First National Rants, Henderson, N. C. S. R. HARRIS, PRESIDENT. FOR THESE HOT Shredded Wheat Biscuit. Dr. Pierce's Celery Food, Cream of Wheat. Petti john's Breakfast Food, Premier Oat Meal. Beech-Nut, Beef arid Bacon, - (in glasses.) Ca.nred Salmon, Lunch Tongue. Sliced Beef, R-oast Beef. Sardines. Pork and Beans. Everything on Ice. The Place Where Quality Prevails. X0XK0XX0XKXMKK000 Heat From Waste Smoke nv p':'.sos tliat escape up the chimney in all other ' r N furnaces, are penned up in a i mmm The Kemer-HcRIair Drug Co. ALL PRESCRIPTIONS PROMPTLY FILLED WITH FIRST-CLASS DRUGS BY FIRST CLASS PHARMACISTS. All the POPULAR FOUNTAIN DRINKS Cool, Delicious, Refreshing served from SODA FOUNTAIN. Try one of our FRAPPES. They are fine. Phone 112. SUNDAY H0URS:-8.30 j .v Y tn n1Mea vrti. in rmrf as well as stvle and VV C die OUH, iu tuiab , V" r- m quality of our'goods. Will you come and be your own judge? D. W. HARDEE FURNITURE CO. OPPOSITE S. A. L. DEPOT. jj There Is NEW LIFE For You! WRITE US a letter and tell us frankly and freely all your troubles. We will send you FREE ADVICE, by mail, and a valuable book on treatment of diseases by the use of Dr. Bennett's family medicines; and, so many other valuable things you should know. All of our reme dies are sold by lead ing druggists. CI has the itself for Purchase of Leadins Dnmrista. Receives deposits in any amounts from one dollar up Whether large or small your account in this Bank will be appreciated and will receive careful and prompt atten tion. Four Per Cent. Inter est Paid on Time Deposits in our Sav ings Department. S. T. PEACE, CASHIER. SUMMER DA YS. Peck-Williamson Underfeed Furnace ' consumed. The Underfeed is easily rued, burns soft cojI of U10 vety i-ft grade, insuring a Saving of U2 to 2-3 V iiuer" coal bill. Kut-1 in replenished from .. will; t'.K f;an:co:i top. Tli: licul .( the Under i a 111:0 it. TbOKo who ike U rc h-ailc.t in FOR SALE T O. R. Browne & Co. LOUGHLIN BUILDING. to 10.45 a. m. 3.30 to 0 p. ra. and take notice of our FURNI TURE, which we are offering at very attractive prices. This is really an opportunity worthy of your attention. You can af ford to neglect other things, but don't neglect to see our fine assortment of FURNI TURE and BABY CAR RIAGES of latest designs. IRON and BRASS BEDS and MATTRESSES-best made. Strength for The Weak A torpid liver is always associated with in-digtion.-A disease but few of us entirely es cape throughout life. - Do not allow this dis ease to exhaust all your strength, and take away the pleasure of a lonjr, happy life. A bottle 01 New Life will give reiief. For this great medicine is the friend and companion of thousands who once pnlTorcrl inst as VOU do nOW. Martin Lowder, of Bridgeton, N. J., writes: "I have been a great sufferer of stomach trou ble and catarrh. I have been troubled and a roused from my sleep every night for thirty yean on account of my kidneys. All of these troubles Kv been wonderfully relieved. The medicine right name-NEW LIFE-for it is life me. I have used six bottles. lmitt m A Bennett Mdicin Co.. Norfolk. V. fetoree.