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THE HENDERSON GO LD LEAF THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1906.
4 Certificates of Deposit Issued by this Bank. A good way to keep funds active while awaiting permanent in vestment. TME CUTI1ZERJS EQftfif, Henderson, N. C. RESOURCES $500,000.00. We invite your Account. J. B. Owen, President. VERY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Frames, Oak Mantels, Tiles, Grates, &c. JOHN B. WATK1NS. .X.iuiii - '; oilson of Durham, i ;;-itii.- Mi- -J uliia Cooper in Ilen ..'.r..i. Miss Si of Marp;arc'ttsville, is vi-;!in her cousin, Miss Clay, on 'I ;..t :i veinii'. I in- Vaiifc County Uaptist Union ill inert at I'oplar Creek church S ;i iinlny iind Sunday. A laro at i !iiiaiK;f is expected. Mrs. J:iines A. O'Neill, left Monday niht. for llokendaurjuii, lVnn., in n-.ponse to a telegram annouring the news of the death of her brother, Mr. John Fnllagar. Misses Jessie Harris and Marie M i lining went to Richmond Tuesday, tin former returning yesterday after noon while t lie lat ter will stay a tew diiys wit li relatives. I'.nv your tobacco flues from II. II. Cut rell, Montgomery street, oppo site Cooper's Warehouse. He uses the best grade of iron and builds his lines for service. All orders prompt ly tilled. Mr. (leorge Rowland, one of the pleasing and popular drug clerks at liorsey's drug store, returned. Tues day night from a ten Tays vacation p.-nt. at the watering places around Norfolk. Mr. Sol Chandler has returned to Henderson and again takes his old plaee at I'arker'sup-towndrug store. Sol is popular as well as capable and his fri-vids are glad to have him with ii- again. Ceiling up from Morehead City, witli her daughter, Mrs. Robert Las siier. Saturday, Mrs. J. W. I lanes of Win-ion. slopped over and spent S'lndav in Henderson, a guest at, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. I'itt man's. Miss Jennie Davis of Henderson, ( in a a. e county) came here last week, at trailed by the superior business opportunities afforded by Ilender - :lle. Shehas accepted a position iw.'i the Hendersonville Mercantile ' nipany. 1 lendersonville Tirnrs. Mr. R. i. Hart and children of Louisburg, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mart. All friends and rela tives give them cordial welcome. Mrs. Ilart will visit her father, Mr. W . Ij. Rurroughs. a few da 38 and re in: 11 to Henderson Tuesday, July -M-t. Mr. lid ward I lines went to Greens boro Tuesday to spend a few days with his daughter, Mrs. l'inkney Scales. It is not often that lie takes a vacat ion and during his absence he will be missed from his accustomed place at the teller's window in the Citizens Rank. I'erson having agood milch cow for sale may find a purchaser by apply ing at this office, tirade Jersey pre ferredone that will give .J or l gallons of milk a day. Must be kind and gentle, ami not too old. No need to apply if your cow does not fill t lies,- requirements. Mrs. A. II . Iloufi is at Ruffalo Springs, and wo have it from our lone some and long-faced friend "A. II." that she is much improved already and enjoying her stay at this famous resort. There is a large crowd of congenial people' at Ruffalo and guests are coming anil going all the t iiue. The Acme Manufacturing Com pany. Stovall, N. C, want a sales man to sell their mattresses to mer chants. Cnlimited territory. Per sons wishing position should write at once giving references. The Acme Manufacturing Company make .a irood mattress and there should be no ditliculty in finding ready sale for t heir goods. Small men with small purposes jfo not help to make a town live!' find progressive, says an exchange. The man who never contributes to public enterprises or voluntarily assists in supporting any of the public enter prises is not worth coaxing to remain in a town, and should he decide to move out it is always a matter of congratulation. It's units and not r.iere ciphers that count for some thing. - . HAS STOOD THE TEST 25 YEARS. Tl.o !, original (iUOVirs Tasteless ('bill leiiii . 011 know what you nre taking. It 1- iron ami iniinine in a tastelrsn form. No ' lire, no j.ay. ."UK-. Panacea Water. Fresh supply uf Panacea Water just re o ived at. THOMAS liUUS- DRI G STORE. Semi-Annual Dividend Declared. At a meeting of thedirectors of the Harriet Cotton Mills held Wednes day the usual ;J per cent, semi-annual dividend and l per cent, extra was declared. The condition of the business was found to be satisfactory the capacity of the mills is being enlarged to meet growing demands, ln-.y are now putting in 5,000 ad htional spindles which will increase total to about 2(3,000 spindles. ,!i..A rl:r V t'liieogo wholesale and mail "'!, f tl 1 ' ,,r""elant manager (man or wo- mir..,i 1 .1. 1 ur experience re- W fail rl'nI? Vne taIu?ble- Write at once l.-, 'f , JJUr,t,cular8 and enclose a self-ad-AUrir .P- Address GENERAL MAN ' - i l.. Lake St., Chicago. J f ww.wvu S ,1 .. .. S u unjoining territory. ,u I It :lu,i ef rinses paid weekly; expense advanced. W ork uleasant: nniti I" Ullillit llt. W, in Wm. A. Hunt, Cashier. Lawn Party. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Meth odist Episcopal Church, will give a lawn party at Railroad Park Mon day evening. Ice cream, cake, etc.," will be served. Consider yourself es pecially invited to attend. . -. Wanted. Salesman to sell our line of mattresses to merchants. Cnlimited territory. Ref erences required. ACME MAN UFACTUIt'A'G CO., Stovall, N. 0. Praises Benton Mineral Water. A gentleman who is well acquaint ed with mineral waters recently visted Renton Mineral Springs, (R. V. Harris, proprietor) and drank the water for several days. He says it is iis fine as any mineral water he has ever seen, and so well plessed was he that he is having regular shipments of the water made to him at his home. A lady who has been drinking oth er mineral waters and had to use lithia tablets with them, says she has received more benefit from drink ing Renton water than any other. In her case it acts more freely than any other water with lithia tablets added. .Ki'iinody'H Laxative Honey and Tar com biufH the qualities necessary to relieve the eoiiyh ami purge the system of cold. Con tains no opiates. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. Send Copy Early. We wish to impress upon advertis ers the importance of sending in their announcements as early in the week as possible. The earlier the better to insure proper attention. Espec ially is this desirable in cases where changes are to be made. Generally the tardy advertisements are those which might as well have been writ ten some time in advance. While the newspaper is put to consiberable in convenience by this disposition to delav', the advertiser is himself the worst sufferer. The typographical display of an advertisement is half the battle, and the printer should have every opportunity to do effect ive work. - - Dwelling for Rent. A nice brick residence, on Turner ave nue. Immediate possession given. Ap ply to JOHN R. W ATKINS. Dabney vs. Henderson. A correspondent sends us the fol lowing about the ball game between Dabney and Henderson Saturday, which resulted in a victory for the first named team by a score of 9 to 0: For the second time this season Mize pitched Dabney to two victories overilen derson Saturday afternoon. In second game he struck out twelve men while Henderson's pitcher only struck out five. The score was: It. II. E. Henderson 000000000 0 16 Dabney 012401010 0 10 2 Ratteries: Mustard and Allen; Mize Hicks, Mize Glover and Longmire. Home run, Gibbon Longmire. Time 1:20. em pire. Yearty. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. Take LAX ATI VKBROMO quinine Tablets. Drugsists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. (JKOVE'S signature is on each box. 25c. Oak Ridge Institute. An advertisement of Oak Ridge In stitute, Profs. J. A. and M. II. Holt, principals, appears 111 this paper. There is no better college preparatory and business college for young men. It is gratifying to its more than six thousand alumni in this State, that Oak Ridge Institute will continue to be a strictly non-denominational school. There was at one time a deal on by which it was to be converted into a denominational college, but there has been a hitch in the negotia tions, and the Messrs. Holt have de cided to continue the school as here tofore by which it has been built up through thirty-one years under their management into one of the best fitting schools in the South. It had 2S0 boarding pupils last year. The terms are reasonable. See ad. else where in this paper. 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. For further information apply to MRS. SARAH A. HORNER. A Remrkable Discovery. New York, July 11.1907. An eminent food specialist recently made the remark able discovery that all the ingredients entering into the composition of ice cream could be reduced to powder lorra, kept indefinitely, and when ice cream was wanted it could be quickly made by adding a small quantity of the Powder to a quart of milk and Ireezmg, witnout heating or cooking, doing away with all labor in making ice cream: and the pro portions of each ingredient being abso lately correct, the ice cream made from the Powder would always be the same high quality, absolutely pure and free from disease cernis or danger 01 pto maine poisoning. No eggs, sugar, flav oring or anything except milk is required to make the finest ice cream from the Powder. After having been carefully analyzed by the Pare 1 ood CommsBion ere, it has been placed on the market un der the name 01 J KLiLi-u ilci ikjsam POWDER. Scientists pronounce it the greatest step forward in pure food pro duction in recent years. Eat one of Ring's Dyspepsia Tablets after each meal and you will not suffer with indi- restion. Sold by the Kerner-McNair Drug Company. Vagrant Law Should be Enforced. Agatn the question presents itself, Why is the vagrant law not enforced? It seems to be a dead letter on the statute books as far as Henderson is concerned, notwithstanding the fact that there are numbers of persons to whom the law applies lazy loaf ers who are leeches upon the- com munity, living at the expense of oth ers either by means of "cat-ltple grub" or gambling and thieving. There isempoyment for all who want to work and every able bodied person ought to be made to work or leave town. Milch Cow Wanted. Wanted, a good milch cow one that will give 3 or 3 gallons of milk a day. Grade Jersey preferred. Must be kind and gentle and not too old. Apply at this office. Visiting in Wilson. The gifted word-painter, Henry Blount, in the Wilson Times last week says this of a Henderson young lady visiting in that city: Among the rare and radiant maidens, who are now distilling such witchery in Wilson, and making so many hearts in toxicated with their inebriating pota tions of enchantment, we notice in the lovely home of the very clever and pop ular Mr. Nutall on Broad street that magnificent mould of rarest witcheries, the gloriously tliisled and symmetrically formed Miss Norma Britt, of Henderson, whose mission it seems is to make earth brighter by her magnificent beamings of radiance, and ta give to life in the mel low glow of her entrancing charms a rosier tinting of loveless and attractive ness. A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES. Itchiner. Blind. Bleediner, Protruding Piles. DnitrcriHts are authorized to refund money if PAZO OINTMENT failB to cure in C to 14 days. HOC. m Grow Alfalfa. Attention is called to the short ar ticle from the Kinston Free Press, on alfalfa culture, printed elsewhere in these columns. The Gold Leaf has from time to time urged upon the farmers of Vance county the value, and practicability of this superior feed crop. It has been satisfactorily demonstrated that alfalfa will grow well in our soils. It may be a little difficult at first toget agood "stand" but one failure should not prove dis couraging. If at hrst you don t suc ceed, try again (plant over) and keep on trying until yon do succeed. And once the soil is well sodded in alfalfa the rest is easy. Try an acre or two this fall. Plant on upland never on bottom or wet land. Prepare the soil well, enrich highly with stable manure or compost as you would for peas or clover, and you will bless the day you tried the experiment. Classes in Music. Solicit classes in music, and will give lessons either at my home or residence of pupil as preferred. Instruction limited to piano, lerms reasonable. MISS MAI UEUK. . Special price on smoking tobacco, 20 ecnts a pound, at Parker's Two Drug Stores. Items from Flemingtown. Contributed. Flemingtown is still aliveand in the front. We have had seasonable rains, crops have been well worked, and are looking well and the farmers are feeling good. Our farmers have decided not to go to the beach this season, but just the same they are at home having a quiet, breezy time will soon have plenty of melons and fruits of various kinds. All in town are well now. Mr. Edwin Fleming is rapidly improv ing from a short spell of malaria. -fr - Feel Impending Doom. The feeling of impending doom in 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 anderen in the worst cases 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, lnd. "I tried eight physicians without relief. Only three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure made me a well mau-" Melville Dorsey. Death of Mr. J. R. Bradley. Mr. J. It. Bradlev died in the hos pital in Norfolk on the 19th, and the body was sent to his old home near Hobcrood Halifax county, for burial. He was taken to the hospital about three weeks ago sick with typhoid feaver. Naturally of a fraif" constitu tion and desperately ill from the be ginning his condition caused grave apprehension to his -physician ana friends. Soon after reaching the hos pital he had three severe hemorrhages in one night and the report got out that he was dead. He rallied, how ever, and survived for ten days. Mr. Bradley was about 2 1 or 28 years old. He had been in the employment of W. W. Tarker a little more than a year and had made many friends among our people. He was a fine young man and a competent druggist Air. Agustus Bradley of Burlington, is a brother of his. . Wanted. The North State Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kinston, N. C, desires a Manager for its Branch Office in Hender son, N. G. Position permanent. Excep tional opportunity for right man. No Competition in Intermediate Department. Experience helpful bui not necessary. Write with references at once to J. J. Rogers, superintendent of agencies, Kin ston, N. C. All Ready-Hade Uuderweat Reduced in Price. I MRS. MISSILUER. 1 "The Ladies' Store." Best and Cheapest Plan of Saving j Corn. Instead of saving fodder in' the usual way by stripping it off of the stalks, why don't more of our farm ers adopt the plan of cutting the corn and utilize stalk and all? . It is cheaper and easier to save it in this way and when run through a cutting machine or shredder it makes excel lent feed. Stock eat it with a relish and thirve on it. This is the day of labor-saving machinery and modern methods on the farm. Pony and Buggy for S&le. Beautiful Shetland pony and buggy to match, for sale. Will sell both together or separately. Pony 4 years old, well broken, sound and all right. W. II. WESTEH. Would "Dose" Them. In the advertisement of Stedman's oc Blood and Liver Pills, as it ap peared in the Gold Leaf last week, there was an error which, though apparent to the Teader, it is well enough to correct here. The sentence "Ask your dealer for these pills and if he dose, keep them send us the money and you will get them by re turn mail," should have read, "Ask your dealer for these pills, and if he does not keep them," etc. The"e"rror doubtless occurred from the fact that the printer used a part of the same line which appeared in the Head-Easy advertisement the week before,where in the words "Price: 5 cents a dose," were employed; or he may have been trying to "dose" Gold Leaf readers with Stedman's 5c. Blood and Liver Pills, knowing that he could not pre scribe anything better for torpid liver, biliousness, constipation, indi gestion, and kindred troubles. Two Farms for Sale. One containing seventy-three (73) acres;and one twelve and one-half (12). h or particulars apply to W. T. CHEATHAM. Sow Millet get good seed we have them-Gerraan Millet. II. TII0MAS0N. Governor Folk's Advice to Mer chants. Concord Tribune. In a recent address to the retail merchants f Missouri, Governor Folk said: r "No merchant can succeed without advertising in one way or another. Patronize your town papers, build them up, and they will build the town up and build you up increased trade and greater opportunities." W Inch is a doctrine the business men are fully alive to, though many of them do not get the benefit they should from the papers, nor do they support them as they deserve, and as is necessary, in order to assure their being able to do the best that is possible. The business man is be ginning to see that newspaper adver tising is the only one the retail deal er can get the results from, though they continue, many of them, to bite at every cheap scheme that comes along and refuse to spend with the local paper that stands for their every best interest and for the ad-, vancement of the public good. Gov ernor Folk is able to see the great benefit from supporting a home pa per and does not hesitate to advise rightly. When the World Goes Wrong. - Does evil still, your whole life fill? Does woe betide? Your thoughts abide on suicide? You need a pill!. Now 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. Touched a Live Wire and Died. Jim Gaffney, a young negro man in the employment of the Home Tele phone Company, was killed by com ing in contact with a live electric wire while working on a telephone line last Thursday afternoon. No one was with him at the time and it is only a matter of supposition as to how he met death. He was dead when found, suspended by the network of wires, just as he had fallen forward at the nrst contact with the deadly current, his plyers tightly gripped in his right hand. The fleshy part of the calf of his leg was burned through to the bone and the wire had burned in two the ends falling to the ground. Gaffney had gone to do some work on this line take out the slack, in the wires a voluntary act on his part. He had signified an intention to do this work a few days previous, but was told to let it alone as new poles were to be erected and the line rebuilt very soon. Having nothing else to do Thursday afternoon, it ap pears as if he went off to do this work anyway, without asking for orders or acquainting any one with his in tentions. Being alone there was no one to tell the story of the unfortu nate occurrence. But the fact of death and surroundingcircumstances spoke for themselves. Sitting across the cross arm he had reached for ward to pull pne of the telephone wires. He threw his right leg back ward to balance or brace himself. His "spur" or climbing iron strapped to his feet came in contact with one of the electric wires on the lower cross arm, the insulation was cut through by the sharp edge of the iron and the full force of the cuerent was sent through his body. Death must have been instantaneous and "without the sensation of pain. Although the body was burned in three places the features of the face were not distort ed in the least. Excursion to Norfolk. Seaboard's Great Mid-Summer Excursion from Raleigh and Durham to Porthsmouth-N 0 rf oik. Wednesday, August 1st, 1906. The- Seaboard announces they will operate their next big three-day excur sion from Raleigh and Durham to Ports month and Norfolk on August lst-3rd. Trains leave Raleigh and Durham 10 a. ra. and 9:45 a. m., respectively, August let; returning leave Portsmouth 9 a.m. August 3rd. Reserve seat coaches will be provided for this train at an extra charge of fifty cents in each direction. Seats will be reserved in advance upon application to C. H. Gattis, Traveling Passenger Agent, Raleigh, N. C. Plenty of coaches will be provided on this train and every one is assured a grand trip. For farther information as to rates from intermediate stations see large fly ers or address E. B. BRADY, AST., C. H. GATTIS, T.P.A., Henderson, N. C. Raleigh, N.C. : New Jewelry Firm. H ight & Co., jewelers and opticians, have sold their stock and good will to A. W. Gholson & Co., who will continue the business at the same stand. For the present Mr. Hight will remain with the new firm and will be glad to have his friends and former patrons call on him when th?y wish anything in his line. Mr. Gholson comes highly recom mended as u responsible business man and reliable workman. He is a practical watchmaker often years experience and can mak a watch from the raw material. He is a practical optician also and has one of the finest optical equipments in Virginia which he will move here. The new firm will start with a $5,000 stock of goods and increase as the trade demands. They have an engraving machine and can turn out engraving in a few minutes after the order is in. It is the intention of Messrs. Gholson & Co. to cary a com plete and up-to-date line of jewelry and optical goods and sell at as close margin profit as is consistent with sound business methods, and do as good work as can be put out at as reasonable cost as possible. The Gold Leaf welcomes the new firm and bespeaks for them the con sideration and patronage of the peo ple of Henderson and surrounding country. Jersey Bull for sale or let W. W. PARKER. For Sale. Fay-Sholes Typewriter. No. G model. Improved. Practically uew. Lightest touch, easiest rnnnino enw- diest machine made. Cost $100. Used but little. $05 will get it if application is made quick. A typewriter bargain that is not often met with. Apply to THAD R. MANNING. BUY YOUR 4 A Tobacco Flues -from- FUTRELL. I use ilte best material and build my FLUES for service. H. R. Furtell, i Montgomery Opposite Cooper's Warehouse, J Street, A Aft AAA A A A A A A A AAA A AAA A A A A A Y?ffff ff ff ff ffff ffff ffff I Special Mid-Summer Cash i j Saving Sale 1 . - Cool, Comfortable, I Warm Weather, Marked-Down : Merchandise. Thomas & Newcomb. 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, X. C. TRINITY COLLEGE. Four Departments Collegiate, Graduate, Engineering and Law. Large library facilities. Well equipped laboratories in all de . partments of science. Gymnasium furnished with best apparatus. Expenses very moderate. Aid for worthy students. Young men wishing to Study Law should inves tigate the Superior ad vantages offered by the Department of Law in Trinity College :: :: :: For catalogue and further infor mation, address, D. IV. NEWSOIH, Registrar, Durham : s N. Carolina. Littleton High School . FOR Boys and Young: Men. 5 LW.BAGLEY.A.B. Z.P.BEACHBOARD.A.B.J I'KIXCIPALS. I . AdvaLft&.fes: J 1. Faculty of experienced coUegemen i 2. Health conditions unsurpassed. J 5 3. Expenses moderate no extras. , 4. Prepares lor life or college. 5. Thorough instruction. J 6. Graded system. , 7. Home Influences. , i Fall Term begins Sept. ist, 1906. ; SprlngTerm begins Jan. ist,ipo7. For further information address : Z.P.BEiCHBOiRD.UtUcton.I.C. J I Patrons of Rural Routes May Sup ply Their Own Boxes. On the first of Ansnst next n. now order, designed to simplify the reg ulation in regard to rural delivery boxes will cro into effect. Th Post master General has directed that on and after that date, patrons of rural delivery need not purchase their box es from one of the 200 listed man ufacturers who have put upon the marKet auu ainerent styles of boxes, approved by the department, rang ing in price from 50 cents up to $4, but mav. if thev choose, construct their own boxes or have them made order, crovided that in so doinr they conform to the rmnirpmpnta of the department as to size, durability, saieiy ana protection irom inclemen cies of weather. In order to maintain the rssontinl principle that all boxes establishd on rural routes must be brought under the protection of the United States statute which provides penalties for any ora molesting a letter box "es tablished by order of the Postmaster General or approved or designated by him," the modified order provides that individuals who desire to make their own boxes or to have boxes made to order after their own design must submit a samnleof thfi material of which the box is to be made, or the box itself, to the postmaster of any first or second-class nostoffice in the country where the rural service is in operation, and the postmaster, if he nnas sucn uox coniorms.to trie Decifications and reouirements of the department, is authorized to require the owner to paint conspicuously tnereon tne words, "Approved by the ostmasterueneral. A little love, a little wealth, A little home for you and me; In all I nsk except good health, Which comes with Rocky Mountain Tea. Parker's Two Drug Stores. New lot of German Millet Seed iust re 1 . ceived by II. THOMASON. Alfalfa Culture. Kinston Free Press. Last May Mr. T. ii. Parker of Golds- boro, contributed an article-to the Progressive Farmer on the culture of alfalfa. The article is valuable as coming from a man who has himself made a success of the crop. And as he favors fall sowing for the lands of tne cotton belt, the time is still ripe for our farmers to think about "try ing an acre" next fall. It is needless to dwell upon the value of this crop. It is said that in Texas the recent crop sold readily at from $12 to S14 a ton and the farm ers take from five to seven cuttings annually from their fields. This is only part of the value of the crop though, 6ince it gathers mtroiren from the air and thereby enriches the soil in which it grows. With ref erence to soils, Mr. Parker says: v hue it is advised to defer seed ing until September 15, it is also ad vised to begin immediately to get t he soil ready for the crop. To get the best results the ground should be plowed thoroughly and deeply and be well drained. "If alfalfa can be grown successfully throughout this section and it seems certain that it can be it means a great thing in store for us yet. It would give a great impetus to the raiaintr of eattlo, lioere and sboop, and this would all mean a more varied and profitable farming." Mr. Parker has made himseif fa miliar with alfalfa culture, having successfully grown it both at Ilills boro and Goldsboro. He desires to be of assistance and will take pleas ure in communicating with those de siring to learn more specifically about the crop. Try an acre of alfalfa this fall, and see what you think of it. You may make a failure at first, but try again until it has had a "iair show," A Sweet Breath. A sweet breath adds to tli8 joys of a kins. You 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 digests what you eat and makes the breath as sweet as a rose and that rem edy is K0D0L 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. ADVERTISEMENT For Federal Building Site. Treasury Department, Office of Secretary, Washington, D. C, July 12. '06 Proposals will be received, to be opened at 2 o'clock p. m., August 22, 1906, for the sale to the United States of a suitable site, cen trally located, for the Federal building to le erected in Henderson,. V. A corner lot. approximating 120 by 130 feet, is required. Each proposal must be accompanied by a diagram of the land, showing the widths of adjacent streets and alleys, the grades, and the character of foundations obtainable, etc. Any improvements on the land must be re moved by the vendor within thirty days after written notice, and the vendor shall pay all expenses connected with furnishing evidence of title and deeds of conveyance. J he right to reject any proposal is reserved. Each pro posal must be sealed, marked "Proposal for J-ederal building site at Henderson, C, and mailed to the Secretary of the Treasury (rupervising Architect), Vt oshmgton, 1. ;. L. M. SHAW, Secretary. THIS SPACE IS BIISIRSEV'S The First National Banh, Henderson, N. C. lit -o t S. R. HARRIS, PRESIDENT. We are Bread Furnishers. Agents for "Dretch's Famous Washington Dread During these hot days we offer you cool and fresh from our department refrigerator: Itatter, Eggs, Clieew. Saneage. Canned Salmon, Lobsters, Shrimp, etc. We also have a supply in stock of Puffed Rice, Price's Food, Large, Fat Mackeral, Finn. Roe, Force and Grape Nuts, Roe Herrings, (.hit Herrings, Shreaded Wheat, Smoked Pork Sausage, Cream of Wheat, Smithfield Hams, Sugar Postum, Cured Hams, Boneless Grits, etc. Breakfast Bacon, etc. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. The Place Where Quality Prevails. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO We Ha.ve Secured the Agency for COLUMBIA PHONOGRAHS &nd Records Machines from $20 to $100. CASH OR INSTALLMENTS. Full supply of Records. Needles, etc.. on hand. Come in and hear the latest VocaJ and Instrumental Records. At B. S. ARONSON'S. The Kerner-WcRlair Brug (Do. 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 out" FRAPPES. They are fine. Phone 112.. SUNDAY HOURS: 8.30 I New Barnes Clothing Store. Come in and look at my new line of CLOTHING JUST RECEIYED. . All of the very latest styles and cuts. If you want a JULY OR AUGUST WEDDING SUIT YOU CAN GET IT AT MY STORE Also a nice line of Yours to please. S . Rwpivfs nnosits in anv 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. 99 lieech Nut Sliced Bacon, Beech Nut Sliced Beef, Peanut Butter, Marmalade, Jams. Fruits and Preserves. LOUGHLIN BUILDING. to 10.45 a. m. 3.30 to 0 p. m. Goods -AT- SHOES just received. 3 Lewis Barnes.