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THE HENDE11SOTJ GC LB IiEAF THXJKSDAY, JULY 26, 1906.
n-TT- The Gold Le f THURSDAY, .ILLY 20, WK Japanese Tobacco Now Manufactured and Sold Exclu- j sivc ly by a Wise and Far-Seeing ; Government. Attention i-s cail'-'l in t li- July , h'senhmh's, by Cii.-irii-s ivhvanl j i:u.s-I!. in an inliTfstiri.i; iiistalnif nt j of "SoMir rs of t!i'- Common C,on," j to iho rfcciitly pstubii-h.Ml JapunfH; tuliai-fo monopoly. II" f-ay.s: "TIh.s.- in;iUf-.s ai:d ti.f;Iapari.se purposes hrronx.- di-aPT if ' take -onr tr illu.slratior.s. Manufactnr-i-.l tobarx-o an. ciun.-tti's, for in taiir Oiiri'uc oiiov;(l an abun ilai.t t rado Willi -fa pan in tlif-se things for w Ii.nl tan-hL lur to want tliMii. :iis.l t!i- n iovo'iiy we nipplif"! hyr wants at hili pri-fs. Tl.us in tin; .:nl .lap in H rvfi copiously to hw.-U har.l-fanicil tn-asun-s of tli" AniM-irnn Toha.-.o Trust, for tli; .lapani-.t; vr; iii'lu-1 : ions consumers :i!il th.; 1 rii-t . o'll'l diar; what it pi..: I. having th.: trade by the throat. I'ut when the- trust had cs-ial.lisin-d branch houses and offices and works and invested in them sli,M(,0iK, tin- .Japanese (iovern-iiK-n't o!i( lud"d that it mijr'nt as well have th.- goodly pn-fits as let the trnt have them', so it went into the tobacco husinesson its own account. It bought factories and stores ami pass. d a law est al.lishin itself in a practical monopoly of tin- tobacco tra.l.-, fur no makers of cigarettes, cigars, or tobacco wen- allowed to seTi their products until they had been of i' -red to. and declined by, an a-.-nt of tin- government a neees sarv provision, because in Japan cii;ire! ii-inakinu: is largely a domi cili u v trade. Si ill then- miht have heni'l-ft to tin- American trust a chance t o compete in ipiality of pro duct or in some special lines if it had not heen for one t liirif. The roveni iiient put an import duty of ii."0 per cent, on cigarettes and tobacco. Thereupon the American cigarettes vanished faster t ha u their own smoke and I he defeat ed American Tobacco Tn:-t was jrlad to sell to the jxovern meiit I for v, hat it could fret ) its busi ness and branch houses. ' Now in Japanese shops you will see on shelves formerly loaded with American product nothin-r but the irarei tes and tobacco of the Japa nese (lovernment." livery f.rin of lit n-ssins? ailnii iit known :i- originates iii-trrually. Tin- r.-al :mi--o llii- tnnil.li- is internal. ManZan is it II j ill eoiiapsil.Ie llll.es vit!l nozzle, so t In- meiliein.-. an le a .!i.-I when.- it will tlo llie most pioil. ami ilo it ili k. li V'Hi are Hiifi'. riii will. i!.-tyoii weyourself llie.luty i.f tryiiiK ManZ.-m. SoM by tl.e Kerner-Me-Nair I'rnir ''oinpany. A Republican Refu3cs Office. Wil m i Hi; I on Mi sselier. A North Carolina liepulilieaii de clines a lY-iieral office which pays two thousand dollars salary and several liundred in fees annually. This is a .statement hard to believe; yet such announcement is made from Wash ington. When all the circumstances are known, thouirh. we can hardly be surprised. The person is Mr. W. S. Pearson, of I'.urke county, and the oflice is that of consul at Hobart, Tasmania. The Xrws.intl I .sejier'.s correspondent says that. Mr. l'earson declined the appointment for the same reason that Mr. W. K. Henry turned down thetender of theconsul tdiipto Curacoa. The latter gentle man "would not stand a country where yellow fever, ejreen lizards, anil horned fros are the principal pro ducts.'" No doubt, like Mr. Henry, Mr. l'earson thouehthisabilitiesand past set vices to the party should re ceive frreat or recognition, and that he would have what he, in hisopinion, deserved or would take nothing. While Mr. l'earson may think he de serves a much bet ter position, the one offered him is, as far as surroundings are concerned, far preferable to the one Mr. Henry turned down. Tas mania lies about as far South of the equator as does North Carolina to the North of it. Croni the Century Diet iunnrv and Kney eloped ia we find the following description of the place: An island and British colony in Aus tralasia, situated Smith of Australia. Hcparateil by Bass straits, capital Ilo Imrt. Its Biirface is largely mountainous or hilly. It lias r,,n,j agricultural re source and mines uf fjold, tin. etc., and exports w ool. Ruld, tin. etc. It is one of the States of the commonwealth of Aus trnli:t. under a r,vernor. legislative power heine; vested in a council and as sembly, (both leini elected I. The abo rigines are extinct. Area !'.. "5S." Hipiare miles; population 177."! 10. Hobart, the capital, lies in latitude -lti;."i"J South, and has a population of about LTi.dOO. So it will be seen that there are not near so many ob jectionable features to this appoint ment as to the one tendered Mr. Henry and witJi which the A'eu.s- ;ui t)hsi'i vt'r correspondent compares it; but it is a mighty lone; ways from Burke county just about as far as it were possible to pet without taking to the clouds. It must be very near Burke's antipodal point on the earth's surface. I'nder these circum stances one is not surprised that Mr. l'earson declined the appointment. The life in Australasia would not suit a person raised inthemountains of North Carolina. Laughter as an Aid to Digestion. Nothing else will take the place of cheer and laughter at meals or any other time in the home. There is ,i vital eunnectiun between amiability and digestion between good cheer and assimilation. Laughter is the best fri'-nd the liver has, and depres sion, or melancholia its worst enemy. Numerous experiments have shown that mirth and cheerfulness stimu late thesecretiou'of th gastric juices, and are powerful aids to digestion. Yet, knowing this, many of us sit as gloomy and absorbed at the table as at a funeral; in many homes, scarcely a word is spoken at meals, outside of requests for an article of food. The meal hour ought to mean something besides supplying a mere animal function. The bell which calls the family to the table ought to be a signal for a good time generally, when all cares should be thrown off and everybody appear at his best. It ought to signalize the time for mirth and laughter. It ought to be looked frr.ranl to by the members of the family as the recrssor nooning is looked forward to by pupils in school, as a let-up from the strenuous life. $ Official Analysis of Henderson Water. o Laboratory Xo....4G3. Received May 30. '06. Reported June 4 '00. Source .'tap. Locality Henderson. Senders mark May. PHYSICAL DETERfllNATIONS: Teinpr derr c .18. Apparent color 0, Turbility, equiva lent to Kiliea....'. 0. Sediment, 0. Odor, . CHEMICAL DETERMINATIONS: Reaction. ..alkaline. Hardness total, 10.8. Hardness temporary. ..0. Su'phates considerable. Phosphates, trace. lum ' 0. Chlorine, 3.9. Nitrites 0. Nitrates, 08. Ammonia, free 030. Ammonia, albuminoid. 075. BIOLOGICAL DETERMINATIONS: Ijrae ,none. Organic Detritus, Bacillus Coh-communiH m o c. c, (Jtlier Bacteria, INDICATIONS AND REMARKS: Pun- Water. 4 To Supt. Henderson Water 0 THE NORTH STATE NORMAL AND COURSES Literary, Classical, Scientific, Pedagogical, Three Courses leading to degrees. Special courses for graduates of othor col leges. Well-equipped Training School for Teachers. Hoard, laundry, tuition, and fees for use of text books, etc., .f 17 a year. Tor free-tuition students, !$12.". Fift.cntli annual session begins September 20, 15)00. To secure board in the dormitories, all free-tuition applications should be made before July 15. Corres pondence invited from those desiring competent teachers and stenographers. For catalogue and other information, address Charles B. Mclver, Pres., asoooooooooooooococoooco 1 Moore's Ready Leads, Colors in Oil, Linseed Oil, Floor Oil, Varnishes, Hard Oil Finishes, Muresco in all colors for walls, lapalac and Johnson's Wax. Yon will make no mistake, in using these goods. Wat kins Hardware Co. Henderson, N. C. oooocoococoocoocoo Just Received, A Beautiful line of WASH SILKS and DRFSS GOODS of all kinds. Nice line of HATS AND SHOES very cheap. Ladies' and gentlemen's Underwear and Hosiery. Tin and Wooden ware, Glass and Crockery ware. &c. Choice Stock of Groceries. Canned Goods of all kinds, The highest grade of FLOUR that is made Price reasonable, too, Big Lot of Hay and Feedstuffs. Buying in car load lots we can sell at lowest prices wholesale or retail. H.THOMASON "ST oooooooooooooooooooooooooo See Us Before Buying I ipi mm I Mill 3 I uaniei oc i0 oo ooo oo oooo oo coooo INCORPORATE? CAPITAL STOCK - 330,000.00. RALEIGH. N.T., CHARLOTTE, X. C, Pillion Building. Piedmont Ins. Building. These Schools give the world's best ia modern Business Education. Oldest Business College in North taiolin.i. Established. Votrition guaranteed, backed by a written con tract. No vacation. Individual instruction. We also teach Book-keeping, Shorthand, Penmanship by mail. Send for Home Study rates. Write today for our catalogue, Offers and High Endorsements. They are free. Address " King's Business Collegs. Raleigh, N. C. Infusora, none, none. .none. , Common saprophytic. Respectfully, gerald McCarthy, Biologist. - works, Henderson, N. C. CAROLINA INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE Commercial, Domestic Science, Manual Training, Music, Greensboro, V. C. 8 o 8 o o o o - Mixed Paints Were ntrodueed 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 ing better and lasting longer than any other paints made. Paints, Oils, White Lead, Floor Stains, Builders Hard ware of all kinds, Screens, Wire Cloth, Fly Fans, Re frigerators, Ice Chests, Water ' Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers best made. Lawn Mow ers, Garden Hose, Farming. Tools. Oil Stoves, Tin Goods, Table Cultery. voir savf MnvrvO uhtw vniintivurDr company. Charlotte, N. C. 4 s BRINGING THE MOUNTAINS TO YOU! .With ELECTRIC FAN. 12 INCH FAN, $14.00. Costs 3-4 of a Cent PER HOUR to Run or $3.00 PER MONTH, Flat Rate. HENDERSON LIGHTING & POWER CO. TELEPHONES: Office, No. 6. Stop Look that catarrh Listen Benjamin Farrer No. 813 Locust St., Camden, N. J. writes:- "I was living in Norfolk, Va. six years ago. At that time I had the worst case of catarrh I ever saw. My breath was very bad, the sense of smell was almost entirely gone. I had headaches nearly all the time; and my stomach would not retain my food. A two months treatment of Doctor Bennett's NEW LIFE cured me; and I have not suffered any more of that old disease since I took New Life." J. Hale Whaling, Memphis, Tenn., writes: "My little girl had suffered of stomach trouble for several months. We tried all the doctors in our town, until a friend told me of New Life. One bottle cured her. " Bennett's NEW LIFE is sold by all leading druggists. C 2 Manufactured by Heat From Waste Smoke and gases that 0. ! 4" '-' v fu ococooccocooccoccoa l Licky the M I Who rides in a CORBITT BUGGY. Made of ) the best material, well put together by skilled workmen. r Built for We manufacturer all grades of Buggies, Surreys. Carriages and Delivery Wagons. g TheCorbitt Q HENDERSON, oooccocoocooccoccoc (Z5 Is Your Bathroom You cannot have too many safeguards for the heaitn of family and self, especially the growing children. A.S. RENN & Administratrix's Notice HAVING QUALIFMD AS ADMINIS 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, 1907, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said eetate will please make immediate settlement. This June 18th, 1900. MIS.S A. M. KEARNEY, Administratrix estate of Richard V. Kear ney, deceased. ack 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 virtues of th crude gums and resins ob tained from the Hatire Pis hxrs been recognized bj the medical pro fession for centuries. In Pine-ules we offer all of the rirtnes of the ITatire Pine that are of ralae in relieving all Kidney and Bladder Troubles Prepared by PINE-ULE MEDICINE CO.. CHICAGO For sale by The Kerner-NcNair Co. ache an. Station, No. ai. before all your health is gone. Without health life becomes a burden to your self, your family, and all your friends. Do you know catarrh ruins brain workers? for medicine that will cure catarrh in all its annoying1, offensive, loathsome forms. The one great medicine that never fails to cure is called, Dr. Bennett's NEW LIFE. to the voices of the many thousands of people who have been cured by this great medicine so useful in curing Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Diz ziness, Headache, and all Stomach disorders. BENNETT MEDICINE Co.. Norfolk, Va, escape up the chimney in all other naces, are penned up in a Peek-Williamson Underfeed Furnace rt-3 consumed. The Underfeed is easily ;.ra.te;, burns soft coal of the very i . e a pest grade, insuring a Saving of U2 to 2-3 on a Winter's coal bill. Fuel Is replenished from bwiow with the flame on top. The heat of the Under, feed is uniform. Those who use it ire loudest in its praise. FOR SALE BY R. Browne & Co. 8 () () 8 8 O 8 Service. BggyCo, o 8 - N. C. Modern? Bad or antique plumb- J ing is as dangerous to the health as good or modern plumbing is beneficial. The cost of renewing your bathroom with ".Staadwd" Ware will in reality be health assurance. We have samples in our show rooms and will gladly quote you prices. SON, Plumbers. i I To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, roL & Seven Million loxes sold In past 1 2 mm XTS11 v ii uuic any case ui xviuiiey or ciaaaer Ulsease not ongnt s Disease beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes or sale Dy S?0 ?55fH AvcrageAimtl Saks bottfes. Docs ths record of merit a&aeal tt vm? Endowed with evry For Sale YES! GRAPE TOBACCO is just a little sweeter than any of the so-called sun-cured plugs made to imitate GRAPE, tnd they aro all tmitations- WHY? because that rich, sweet flavor is pec"l5ar to the Een"j,ne Leaf we have been buying and manufacturing it for over fifty y ears. IT IS MADE BY A FIRM THAT KNOWS HOW B. A. Patterson Tobacco Co., Richmond, Va. CO o () o o 8 o () o o 8 () ( () () () o o () o 8 Drink Denton Mineral Nature's wn Remedy. . . - - - Convinced that I have Rood thinft in the mineral water discovered on my plate I want to convince others of its undoubted curative properties. To those who cannot visit the spring and get the water free 1 will deliver it in anv quan tity, 5 gallons or more, once a week, at 15 cent a gallon. Persons who furnish their own demijohns can get the water at 10 cents a gallon. If not satisfied after using the water will refund the money. This water has proved efficacious in curingchronic constipation, indigestion and stomach disorders, kidney and bladder troubles and kindred diseases. It acts freely upon these organs and its beneficial effect is marked after using it a short while. ANALYSIS SHOWS Iron, Calcium, Magnesia, Sodium, Potassium as Carbonates, Phosphates, Silicates and Chloride. TESTIMONIAL. Mr. B. F. Harris: I have been using your Benton Mineral Spriug water for kidney trouble and have been greatly benefited. I was so bad off that I could hardly get out of bed in the morning, but after drinking this water I felt re lief from the first. After using it two weeks my pain all left me. I take pleas ure in recommending Benton Spring Water, believing that its upe will be help ful to others suffering from like trouble. Henderson, N. C, May 12, 1900. E. I. BOBBITT. H. F. HARMS, R. F. D. No. 5. VERY LOW PICES ON and Harness, To Reduce Our Stock. Headquarters for Tobacco Flues. ORDER BLANK. Size of Bans inside, - - - feet. Length of Furnace, inside barn, - feet. v Size of Pipe, - - - - - inches. Style of fine Distance from Hide of Barn - . inches. With or without Fire Joints - - Name x Fill in blank and return to ZVatfl!sdiiDsD0aFilw2)Fe(BD) months This silTltMurt- 'MCUE Jl V'l laV e tt j x . MELVILLE DORSET, bottle is , TdU pacj. of Crow's FOR ... . .. (fl) - v.nin ec COMPANY. CHICAGO. at Parker's Two (2) Drug Stores. m m Water and be Well. () O 8 o 8 8 O 8 O 8 O O 8 Henderson, V. C. O C) "Pilsener Export" "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. Cares Grip in Two Days, j j oia every j box. 25c. I SS Jyy Cures Backache Corrects Irregularities n ? 3vinj Druggist. over Oca cad nHslfMiffion m ma n JT ZZr JKLbZr pg V US: DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT . . - drasm, MKnmc Of r-t Etc Bodgi Period of a woman's life is the name often given to "chant;, of Lfo.M Yuur menses come at i nar intwv-iic grow scantier until they stun. ' The causes much rain snf,; which can, however, be curi-jj ty WINE OF Woman's Refuge In Distress It quickly relieves the pain, nerv ousness, irritability, miseral k-ness, I1UIIUII5, 1W .MiU CUM flashes, weakness, tired feeling, etc, Cardui will bring you safely through this "dodging period," and buiu up your strength for the rest of vour life. Try it. You can get it at all druists in tl.00 bottles. "EVERYTHING BUT DEATH I suffered." writes Vireinia Robson.nf l I on, MJ., "until I took Cardui. wlii.h curtj me so quickly it surprised my docur, wtio aian l Know 1 was laning iu UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. 1789-1906. Head of State's Educational System. DEPARTMENTS. Collegiater Graduate. Medicine, Engineering, Law, Pharmacy. Library contains 43,000 volumes. New water works, electric lights, central heating; system. New dormi tories, gymnasium, Y. M C. A. building. 68a STUDENTS. 74 IN FACULTY. The Fall term begins Sept. 10, 1900. Address FRANCIS P. VENABLE. Pres . CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina. FOR QUICK SALE ON EASY TERMS 8 Good Farms. 300 acres Timber Lani. Town lots improved and unimproved. INSURANCE, Fire, accident, health and life. J. L. Currin. Bliss Native Herbs T HIS famous household remedy is not a ' ' patent medicine " in any sense but a ie lightful combination of roots, herbs and barks such as our grand parents used for Rheu matism, Indigestion, Torpid Liver, Tlood Diseases and a run down system. Its simple ingredients are as harmless as milk. It contains no minerals, no alcohoi, 110 poison of any kind. Bliss Native Herbs Tablets are free from coating and begin their healing work as soon as swallowed. 1 Many people in this locality have used them. Many more testify in our Almanac, to be had free of cost. Each box con tains 200 tablets for $1.00 and a printed Guarantee to cure or refund the money. The medi cine is not sold in drug-stores, but only by T. E. DEMENT. Oxford, N. C. Maiie solely by Tht AlonioO. Bliss Co., Washington, D. C. Administrator's N otice. HAVING QUALIFIED AS ADMIXWKA torof Walter J. Powtll. dwfaw.l. !"' of Henderson, Vance county. North Ciirnliiia. notk is hereby given to all jtersons h.iviB r! ti i m tt 0 rrti in ut u .1 .... ...... ... - . . , t ) i . ! 1 1 Ui me nnuf rsig-nea duly renned on or Ix ioi Jaly 5th, 1907, or this notice will ! pi' "1' in bar ol their recovejy. AH persons indebted to said estal please make immediate settlement. This 4th day of Jnly, l'JOO. K. S. JWOIN. Administrator of Walter J. Powell, dw-;iwl FEELING LIVER-ISH This Morning? TAKE NOTICE. HAVING QUALIFIED ASADUINISTKA tor of the eetate of Miss Ann II. I'lum mer, deceased, late of Vance county, this is to notifyTTtt persons having claims ag-Hm' the eetate to exhibit them to me or my at torney, A. C. Zollicoffer.on or beforethe 2W day of June, 1907, or this noti will im plead d in bar of their recovery. All person indebted to said estate will please mate im mediate payment. ThU June 21st, 190G. J. K. I'LL MSI LI!. Administrator estateof Miss Ann H. 1 mai mer, deceased. A. C. ZoLLft'OFFEB, Attorncv. 1 1 I I A Gentle Laxative I I And Appetizer J t