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THE HENDEHSON GOLD LEAF -THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1906.
"""" ' . ,. , The Gold Leap THURSDAY, .ILLY lft, lOOf . News Letter from The A. and M. College. NurnlM-r two of vnliuiio five of the North Tarolinii Ajjrk-nltural and UecliHiitoil (Vll.-f n-conl, ririiiltu ral education has just appear. It consists of Kixtwii r.n;;e pamph let, containing an illustration of tli new a-rknUural building ami state ment of the ar'n-iiltural faculty, coni- promising eighteen men who devote their time exchifively to agriculture. The agricultural course of t his college ig outlined; Ute requisite Tor admis sion Kivon together with astateinent of expenses, facilities for the student to earn his way throiie-h college, etc., wi'th some ten pages giving in l"tJi' the course of instruction offered. All students who are meditating college entrance should send for a copy of this bulletin. It will be sent to then, free upon application. It should be noted in this connection that there in ugricui- jin. now munv openings ture both in teaching, investigating, supervising farms, and above all in farming for one's self. The North Carolina summer school held at the College was a most suc cessful session. The attendance was mod and the Ppiritof work predomi nant. Much good to the schools represented may confidently be ex pected. The teachers derived a great deal from their teachers both hi instruction and in inspiration for added efficiency. About, seven hun dred teachers were present. The Farmers' Convention, now in session at the College, is a gathering of representative farmers from all over the State. The opening address es of Commissioner I'atterson and (iovernor Clenn were heard by a large number of at tendantsupon the convention, and were greatly enjoy ed. Honorable Iiryan Crimes spoke in the afternoon to a large audience. A number of other good addresses have been made during the conven tion. The occasion has been a very pleasant one as well as a very bene ficial on. The idea of agricultural education is spreading with amazing rapidity through the world. In Craguay, "Paraguay, Molivia, Kngland and even in far away Japan and baek ward Itussia.the idea of agricult ural education is gaining a firm foothold. In our own country many of the .States are adopting laws for a com pulsory agricultural education. High schools are being established for this subject. It. is being placed in the common schools. All of this leads to many openings in agricultural education. It is the special effort of the A. M. College to so instruct their agricultural students that they be fitted to secure lor North Carolina her share of the new positions which are developing in this new field. Op portunities for the educated agricul turists are opening upas never be fore in the history of the world. It is possible for students, especial ly agrieulturalstudentstoearn alarge part of their expenses without in any way interfering with their regular college work. There is much work to be doneonthefaria in the greenhouse, in the barns, dairy, and an t he col- lego grounds. This work, whenever possible is given to students. The iirri-iciiltiiral portion of the work is e-iven to the agricultural students. Fsneciallv designing to aid agricul tural students to help themselves, the Board of Agricult ure appropri a ted $2,000 to be used in paving for student labor. Many of the students in college earn a large part of tin monev necessary to pay their ex penses while here. There are many openings tor men who are properly trained for modern agriculture. Experiment Stations are on the constant lookout for men: positions throughout the I'nited States to teach in colleges and agri cultural high schools are opening, and with the rapid spread of agricul tural education there will be in the next few years a great demand for men to teach in common schools throughout the land. There are many positions such as farm superin tendents open. Foreign countries are all the time calling on America for men highly trained. A position has recently been accepted in Craguay at .$1,0o" a year and expenses by an American agriculturist, lletter than all of these openings, however, are the possibilities open to young men to take up farming for themselves. Agriculture properly conducted pays. Proper training in the most crude methods is necessary to compete suc cessfully with those who are so train ed. The cash value of an agricultural education has been repeatedly dem onstrated. The opportunities open ed up bv it are brilliant. II U. OWEN. Registrar I r YES! GRAPE TOBACCO 15 just a little sweeter than any of the so-called sun-cured plugs m-dc to imitate GRAPE, i.nd they are all imitations WHY? because that rich, sweet flavor is peculiar to the genuine Leaf, and we have been buying and manufacturing it for over fifty jears. IT IS MADE BY A FIRM THAT KNOWS HOW R. A. Patterson Tobacco Co., Richmond, Va. BOARD OF EDUCATION. Treasurer's Report of Receipts and Disbursements of School Fund for Vance County from July 1,1 905, to June 30, 1 906. 1:0.. .Inlv 11. HKCEIl'TS. Tit Balance To taxi-H received of .Sheriff, toll $2 3."5 72 " ' property 12 47H 84 I'iiii H anil forfeitures Pispentmry Slate Treasurer (appropriated) Sale of Hctiool property Tuition Examination of teuclierH I'rariklin county, for EpHom school PlSBritSEMENTS. 'ash paid County Superintendent ' Wbi to teachers " Colored teachers County treasurer, 2 percent, on $30,081 Mileage and per diem of Hoard Expenses of (.'oniity Hoard Taking Census At torney Fees Surveying sites, etc Stationery 1 'lii-niture Stoves and other school supplies Interest on Itonds I nsiirance Itepairs End Henderson (Jraded School New Houses I'.v halance June .KM li. 1000 1 544 5!) 14 834 50 901 12 12 1)03 32 977 24 890 31 235 00 12 00 1 80 00 $32 544 14 1 000 00 7 230 48 2 009 70 001 02 57 00 54 29 1 35 29 25 00 12 50 6 75 1 137 Ti 215 48 500 00 1 03 35 30 20 348 49 14 751 09 2 404 00 it: TED MAN'S 5c n T7 o Mb They Don't 30 083 73 1 800 41 32 544 14 W. E. GARY, County Treasurer. VERY LOW PICES ON so n n m and Harness, To Reduce Out Stock. Headquarters for Tobacco Flues. ORDER BLANK. Size of Barn inside, - - - feet. length of Furnace, inside barn, - feet. Size of Pipe, inches. Style of Hue Distance from side of Barn - - inches. Witli or without Fire Joints - - Name Fill in blank and return to WsntMons QtiaB'dwGiFe (Do. Efficient, Yet Mild In Action. By Removing The Cause TRADE MAR.K. THEY CURE: Torpid Liver, Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion, Col(Is, Stomach and Bowel Troubles. You Look Yellow The trouble is, your liver's sick. One of its products, 'bile,' is overflowing into your blood. You can't digest your food, your appetite is poor, you suffer dreadfully from head ache, stomach ache, dizzi ness, malaria, constipation, etc "What you need is not a dose of salts, cathartic water or pills but a liver tonic Thedford's Black-Draught This great medicine acts gentiy on the sick liver. It purines the Mood, renews the appetite, f eeds the nerves', clears the brain and cures consti pation. It is a true medicine for sick liver and kidneys, and regulates all the digestive functions. Try it. At all dealers In medicines In 25c packages. The Price of these Pills is Within the Reach of Any OneOnly 5 Cents a Box. Put Your Liver to Work at a Cost of 5 Cents. STEDMAN'S BLOOD AND LIVER TILLS Will make you feel like a new person. They remove the cause of trouble. They don't gripe or make you sick. They are mild and efficient. They do not leave you constipated. They cost only 5 cents a box. Try them and tell all of your friends about them. Mailed anywhere in the United States, on receipt of the price, 5 cents a box. If you do not find Stedman's 5 Cents Blood and Liver Pills better than any other pills on the market; if they are not superior to any in the world, we will cheerfully refund your money. Ask your dealer for these Pills and if he dose, keep them send us the money and you will get them by return mail. Manufactured by THE HEAD-EASY CO., Oxford, N. C. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. 17891906. Head of State's Educational System. DEPARTMENTS. Collegiate, Engineering, Lsv w. Pharmacy. Graduate. Medicine, 3 "Pilsener Export" The Farmer. Maron Telegrupli. Harper's Weekly suirgeste that in these piping day s of agricultural pros perity we should not lorget tue line old farmer's toast not uncommonly found ii hnjrush drinking ves sels of former times. It runs as fol lows: 'liCt the wealthy and great Roll in splendor and State, I envy them not, 1 declare it, I eat my own lamb, Jlv chicken and ham, 1 share rav own fleece and I swear it. I have laws, 1 have bowers, 1 have fruits, I have flowers, The lark is my morning alarmer; So my jolly boys now, Here's ( I od speed the plough, 1 -ong life and success to the farmer. The young man on the farm who is temp'ted to go to the town or city, giving up a substantial certainty for doubtful prospects, would do well to j consider the truth expressed in these lines. The farmer's life is less beset with temptation than any other. It is the nearest to nature and the farth est away from the degenerating arti ficialities of the modern world. It is because of this artificiality and its false standards that theten-dollar-a-week clerk, who may be fired any day and not be able to pay his laundry bill, is led to consider himself the su perior of the strong, -sun browned harvester who gathers his crops on his own land. There are higher prizes than those that are won by the successful farmer, but those higher prizes are too often secured iu part through a moral com promise and a sacrifice of self respect which the farmer is never called upon to make. Is a Perfect Brewed Beer." It is a Liquid Food, High in Extracts, Low in Alcohol. Highly Recommended by Medical Authorities. Mail orders solicited. Write for prices. The Virginia Brewing. Co., Roanoke, Virginia. IMCORPORATED CAPITAL STOCK - $30,000.00. UALEIGII, N. V., CHAKLUTTJS, JN. C, Pullen Building. Piedmont Ine. Building. These Schools give the world's best in modern Business Education. Oldest Businens College in North Cat olina. Established. 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Bad or antique plumb ing is as dangerous to the' health as good or modem plumbing h beneficial. The cost of renewing your bathroom with "JStaKfaftT Ware will in reality be health assurance. We have samples in our show rooms and will gladly quote you prices. 14W A.S. RENN & SON, Plumbers. rOlXISHOHEMAR t area Oeldti Prevents Pmaisssla ooooooxxooox See Us Before Buyirvg Paints, Oils, White Lead, Floor Stains, Builders Hard- ware of all kinds, Screens, Wire Cloth, Fly Fans, Re-' f rigerators, Ice Chests, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers best made. Lawn Mow ers, Garden Hose, Farming Tools. Oil Stoves, Tin Goods, Table Cultery. YOU SAVE MONEV WHEN YOU BUY HERE Daniel & Company. 1 ifiM Of I ti.-Vv' A fv-'- Administratrix's Notice HAVING QUALIFIED AS ADMIXIS tratrix of the estate of Richard W. Kearney, deceased, late of Vance county, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said de ceased to exhibit them before me on or be fore the 21st day of June, 1107, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate settlement. This June 18th, 1!06. MISS A. M.KEARNEY, Administratrix estate of Richard W. Kear ney, deceased. Backache Any person having backache, kidney pains or bladder trouble who will take two or three Pine-ules upon retiring at night shall be relieved before morning. The medicinal rirtoes of Uit crude gums And resins ob tained from the ITatire Pine bare been recognized by the medical pro fession for centuries. In Pine-nles we offer all of the Tirtnes of the XT atire Pine that are of rains in relieving all Kidney and Bladder Troubles To Cure a CoM In One Day Toko Laxative Bromo y&mme Tablets. &(VL& Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months. TblS Signature, Cures Crip in Two Days, on every frzrtst. box, 25c. DeWltt's Little Early Risers SCodol Dyspepsia Curo The famous little pills. - Digests what you eat Prepared by MEDICINE CO. CHICAGO PINE-ULE For sale by The Kerner-NcNair Co. j 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 fi - i 1 1 ti si it ii ii i rr Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. For sale by MELVILLE DORSE Y, Druggist Cares Backache Corrects Irregularities Do not risk having Bright's Disease or Diabetes " Library contains 43,000 volumes. Xew water workB, electric lijjinH, central heating system. Xew dormi tories, gymnasium, Y. .M C. A. building. 682 STUDENTS. 74 IN FACULTY. The Fall term begins Sept. 10,190(3. Addrewi FRANCIS P. VENABLE. Prei , CHAPEL HILL, Xortli lumlina. FOR QUICK SALE ON EASY TERMS, 8 Good Farms. 300 acres Timber Land. Town lots improved and unimproved. INSURANCE, Fire, accident, health aw life. J. L. Currin. W "3 "a 'uojSunii "03 ssjis 'O Ootv HX &l -P'-JV 3 n 'PJ0X0 1N3W30 '3 1 A( Xiio ?nq 'sajois-Stup uf pjos ou f;i sup -xpani aqj, -Xouoni oiji udjoj JO O 331UBJCUQ 1-11IIJI E pue oo'i$ aoj sjaiqcj ikjz sun;i -UOD XOq t0BjJ -S03 JO 3UJ psq aq 0 'ovnvwr mo ui Xjpsai ajoai A"ubj udii isn 3ABq X4ip3DO siqi II I 3l(ioI XaBJV i p3AOTTBAS SI! IIOOS SB sqj3H SAJJBJ ssija 'P11!! A"ub jo uoKiod on 'loqooju a 'spjsniui ou saiuinoo jj 'ni SB SSdUUBq SB 3JB S)Udip3Jin aidiuis sji raajsXs n.wop uiu B PUB S3SB3SIQ pOO J-"A'I pidaoj 'uopsaSipui 'iusni;i:i -naq"S JOJ p9sn siu3jbJ ptnu ano sb xpns ssjJBq piiB sqj-"; s;ooi jo uoiiBuiqxnoD pijuiil -3p B tiq 3SU3S An? m , , 3UIDJP3UI insjBcT,, b ' ion sr Xparoaa pjoqasnoq snomEj sih X sqjdH ssh8 Administrator's Notice. HAVING QUALIFIEDAH ADMIM'TI'.A tor of Walter J. Powtll, dw.al. Me of Henderson. Vance connty, North 'ar.lina. notice i hereby (pven to all pernoun having cluimit aaiDKt Raid rotate to irfnt tl"' to the undeniifrned duly rerified on or lfr Jnly 5th, 1907, or tbU notice will l H,i in bar of tbeir recovejy. All peraonn indebted to ttaid estate B'1' pleaiie make immIiate eettlemept. This 4th day of July, 1 WW. K. S. Mp(ojV. Administrator of Walter 4. Powell, df url I FEELING I LTVER-ISH This Morning? TAKE Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic hfis stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you ? No Cure, No Pay. 50c. Eadoscd with every bottle is a Tea Cent, package cf Grove's Black Root. Liver pm SiEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Relieves Indigestion. :ur Stomach. EeJchfac crfCas. Etc MEFAllBO OSLT AT THg LABOIATfirr aw LJ E. C. DeWlTT &t COMPANY. rmrr For Sale at Parker's Two (2) Drug Stores. A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer NOTICE. HAVING QUALIFIED AS ADMISI-fBA' tor of the estate of Miu Ann II ru msr, deceased, late of Vance connty, tbi( to notify all persons having claims Baml the estate to exhibit them to me or my at torney, A. C. Zollieoffer.on or before the day of June, 1907, or this notice will plead d in bar of their recovery. All P'?" indebted to said estate will please make im mediate payment. This June 21st, 1906. rT! Administrator estate of Mies Ann H.I mer, deceased. A. C. ZotwrorrKB, AttorneT. i 4 1 .M. - A