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f A BUSINESS -ni at is Be Sure If Yon Want You are right by first writing an advert i 8 anient satting forth the bargains you of fer, and insert it in the GOLD UUP. Thus prepared forbun-ines--, you tan Thp.i Gn Ahead. ADVERTISING Tu , rcai-h the people of Hen derson and sur rounding coun try, let them know the induce ments you hold out to get their trade by a well displayed adver tisement in Wcrtii Having is IS THE FOUNDATION . OK SUCCESS IX lliV DllCIUCCt jVorifi Advertising I i:vki:y iiav THE YEAR. Be 60LD LEAF. THAD R. MANNING, Publisher. " C.ioXiiisr., DE3jea.ve3st7s ZBlesshstos -A-tteistd Her. 33 SDBSCBIPTIOS $1.53 Cash. VOL. XXV. HENDERSON, N. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1906. NO. 83. IT HabitiOrming Medicines. Wh;it.. v r m;iy hi; thf fact as to many i f the so-'ulit'il jcit'-nt medicines con taining in juri'iis inirri'dicnts as broadly j.'iMi-h' il l.'i -u:e- journals of more or . j . i 1 1 f i -ii i . Tlif- publicity has certainly l.i i ii t,t :.Tc,it. iieneiit in arousing needed ui'-mlm i i th' snijjeet, It has, in a con ;. :.! Me !n-:i.-,tir resulted in the :v.'i i iiiteiili-iit, peopli; avoiding such f.io.i. .-uid i..-.:ii-iin-s an may be fairly sns ;,. . ted c,f -tni:iiiiiiiLC the injurious ingre !i ".'iM co.'r:;l.! . iii'-'l of. Uerognizing this I I I -oine ti.'Iie ;iit, )r. l'ieice, of UulTalo, N. V., "took time hy thi forelock," as it :;id published broadcast all the . : :- i!;i-nis f which his popular medi-:ir- coi-iposod. Thus lie has com ).'!;;. forestalled all harping critics and .1 opp.i -ition that might otherwise be m-j- i i'.aiii.-.t his medicines, liecatise t hey iij.v or kvown comi'osi ti'n Fur liiertnore, from the. formula printed on cv. ry buttle wrapper, it will be seen that thex; medicines contain no alcohol or other habit-forming drills. Neither do they contain any narcotics or injurious a-.-cnts. tl.eir inzredii-uts ln-ing purely v--'etalje, extracted from the roots of i;iedicin;il plants found growing in the depths of our Aiinricau forests and of well r-coni:'.e: curative virtues. Instead of alcohol, which even in small portions long continued, as in obstinate case-; of di leases, becomes highly objec tionable from its tendency to produce a craving for stimulants. Dr. 1'icrce em ploys chemically pure, triple - refined glycerine, which of itself is a valuable remedy in many cases of chronic diseases, bin:r a superior demulcent, antiseptic, iinlifcrment and supporting nutritive. It enhances the curative action of the (ioldeu Seal root. Stone root, lllaclv ( herrybarl: and Uloodroot, contained in "(e.lderi Medical Discovery." in all bron chial, throat and lung a flections attended w ith severe coughs. As will be seen from the writings of the eminent Drs. (Irover (Joe. of Xen- York: IJarlholow. f Jelfer sou Medic il College. I'hila.; iSeudder, of Cincinnati; L'llingwood. of Chicago; Hale, of Chicago, and others, who stand as leaders in their several schools of practice, the foregoing assents are the Xirii lust ingredients that Dr. Pierce could have chosen to make up his fa mous "Discovery" for the cure of not only bronchial, throat and lung affec tions, but also of chronic catarrh in all Its various forms wherever located. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE RICHMOND VIRGINIA D , President. STUART McGUIRE. M. F This College conforms to the Standards L- !i. .! by law for Medical Education. Send for j : ".LrHctiii No. 1 1, which tells about it. 3 T!rcc free catalogues Specify Department, e;:.E01CINE - DENTISTRY - PHARMACY DR. F. S. HARRIS, DENTIST, Henderson, N. C. rif on-ICU: Over U. a. Davis' Store. FRANCIS A. MACOnT, DENTAL SURGEON. Office in oung Block. Olice hours: !i a. m. to 1 p. in., :$ to ( p. m. Residence Phone H3; Office I'hone 25. Estimates furnished when desired. No charge lor examination. HENRY PERRY. INSURANCE. A strong line of both LIFE AND FIRE t'U.M I 'A MIES represented. Policies issued and risks placed to best advantage. V- Office: : : : :. In Court House. See Us When You Want Lime, Cement, "Tite Hold" Wa.ll Plaster, Brick, Shingles, Doors and Windows. Full stuck at Lowest Prices. Stor.i;o Young's old mill. Poythress Coal and Wood Co. -Phone. No. 88.- Improved Seeding Knife Stop and Investigate This the Latest Improved and Best Fruit Stoning Knife. I n preserving, canning or pickling fruits. Mich as reaches. Apprieots. l'luins, and I ninies.it is desirous to remove the st ones or seed and leave t he fruit whole 11 ml ;n near its natural shape as possible. A knife of n peculiar shape and size is required for the purpose as with ordinary knives of old style it is impossible to so cut around the stone as tu leave it in fiood shape. My knife is part ii ularly adapted for this purpose, and has ,mly t o be seen to be appreciated and purchased. With a desire to place it on the n;:ket. I will sell State and County rights, and a premium of so many knives with each County sold will be given free which will en able t he purchaser to soon realize his clear profit . Any one wishing to buy sales rights, can all on or w rite me for full particulars. All i-oi respudeiice will receive prompt attention. Soliciting your patronage. I am, J. Ci. BECKHAM. Vacation Needs IN THE GRIP. i Tacking your grip to leave U3 (luring the hot spell? Don't forget the following summer country comforts: Eclipse Cream for sun burn and freckles, Talcum Powder for perspiring and overheated skin. Hand 'Crush, Tooth P.rush and Powder, Paste or AVash. Good Pure Soap, scented or tinscented, and Soap Holder, Combination Nail File, Clipper and Cleaner. When you are in our neighbor hood, step in. We may be able to give you valuable suggestions. We carry only the best of Toilet Requisites. Prices very low for such quality. PARKER'S Two Drug Stores. EIGHT DROWNED AT ANGLESEA, I J. Yachts Nora and Alvin B.' Capsize, With Fatal Results. VICTIMS WERE OUT FISHING Anglesea, N. J., July 30. Two yachts coming in from the fishing banks cap sized on Hereford Inlet bar off here, and so far as can be ascertained eight persons lost their lives. There were 12 persons on one yacht, of whom f-even were lost, and 12 c i the other, rll of whom but one were saved. That not more fell victims to th.; rough sea was due to the heroism of Captain Henry S. Ludlatn, of the Hereford Inlet life saving station, end a crew of five men. It was at first thought that from 14 to 28 persons had been lost, but af ter an investigation the coroner stated that he believed only eight were lost. His list is as follows: Rodies recovered: Frederick Fisher, Sr., Philadelphia; Herbert Hammc'il. Lansdale, Pa.; Walter Snyder, Phila delphia; John Fogarty, Haverford. Pa.; J. Starkey, Philadelphia; Jerry Dono hue, Philadelphia; unknown man. Missing: Samuel Ixnlnor, WooJburv, N. J. The two that got into trouble were the sloop yacht Nora, which ha! on board Captain H.rbert Shivers, his mate and 30 passengers, and the sl.iop Alvin I!., with a party of 12. The Nora had gone to the fishing banks at Five Fathom bank, about 10 miles out to sea, early in the day. When the wind began to freshen Captain Shivers de cided it was time to make port, and with the assistance of a gasoline en gine and a good spread of canvass he made good time towards Anglesea. As the sloop bowled along, the wind wai getting stift'er and the stni rougher. Captain Shivers. fro:n long -xp rience, knew how treacherous Is the Hereford bar, and approached it with his usual caution. The sand obstruction is about a mile from shore. Just as he was about to go over it a heavy squall struck the Nora. Despite the efforts of the captain, the craft keeled over and was hit by a huge wave. The wind and the wave corning together was more than the yacht could stand, and It turned completely over, throwing the 32 occupants Into the sea. As the boat turned over the mast snapped like a reed. There was an agouizing cry as the yacht turned turtle, which wa quickly silenced when nearly all the victime disappeared beneath the wa ter. In the uneqinl fiht against the elements the struggling men dis appeared one by one, until only IS were left clinging to the boat. After hanging to the yacht for nearly an hour, and as hope of rescue had al most been abandoned, a government life boat, commanded by Captain Hen ry S. Ludlam. of the Htveil'ord Inlet life saving station, hove in sight. As ho came nar he shouted encourage ment to the men clinging to the Nora, and after some manoeuvring managed to get cios-c to the capsized vessel. He was not a moment too soon, for as he came within a boat's length of the Nora four men. weakened from ex haustion, let fco their holds and b gm floating away. Captain l.udlarn threw his boat around, and the four hall drowned men were drawn out of the water. Th-'ii at the lisk of ih. ir own lives the rescuer:- went after the other men and pulled then: in;o their boat. The ivscue v. :s ;i:c st perilous, as th'! rough son w.is const intly poundin? the life boat agnsl the keel of the yacht. Shortly alter the survivors of the Ki'ia w.-re h;o i vht ahon. anothoi yatht. the Alvii: !!.. w.is s mmi tj cap size r.bout a mile ah ve th place w here the Nora v . is j over. There were s(-v-":al boais in tie vicinity at tha time, and all but :). ;.".fo:i were saved. The 'Alvin 15. was own-ul by E. I- I'allr.ian. a lawyer: of Po t;vi!Ie, Pa. lie and :: party of frlea !.; wore on board at the time. EMERY ACCEPTS NOMINATION Will Be Gubernatorial Candidate On Lincoln end Democratic Tickets. Bradford, Pa.. J sly 3d. 'Ion. Lewis Emery, Jr.. of this city, has sent, his letter accepting the nomination for governor, to the state chairmen of the Lincoln party and the Democratic party, respectively. The letter is quite lengthy. On July 17 Mr. Emery was notofied by letters from the chairmen respect ively of the Lincoln and Democratic state conventions of his nomination by those bodies for governor of Penn sylvania. It was originally planned that com mittees should notify him in the usual way, but subsequently it was decided that the notification should be by let ter. However, the other candidates on the tickets of the affiliated parties will be given formal notice of their nominations at a public meeting to be held in Pittsburg, August 23. and the candidate for governor will be one of the speakers on that occasion. Famous Engineer Dead. Denver, July 27. James Richard Dc Renter, civil engineer and railway builder, died of paralysis, aged 59. He was born at Mauch Chunk, Pa. Mr. De Remer built the famous swinging bridge on which the Denver & Rio Grande railway goes through the Royal Gorge, and achieved many other difficult engineering feats In the con struction of mountain roads. In Self Defense Major Hamm, editor and manager of the Constitutionalist, Eminence. Ky.. when he was fiercely attacked, four years ago, by Piles, bought a box of Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, of which he eaya: "It cured me in ten days and no trouble since." Quickest of Burns, Sores, Cuts and Wounds 25e at Melville Doreey's drug store. Every time you crowd into the memory what you do not expect it to retain.you weaken its powers, and you lose your authority to command its services. LEFT ALL TO MRS. SAGE Dead Financier Makes Small Bequests to Relatives. New York, July 28. The will of Russell Sage bequeaths all of his es tate to his widow, Margaret Olivia Sage, after the payment of $25,000 to each of Mr. Sage's nephews and ineces and $10,000 to his sister, Mrs. Fanny Chapin, of Oneida, N. Y. Mrs. Chapin tiied since the will was made. The will also provides that in case of any ! of its beneficiaries contested the pro 1 bate of it they shall be cut off from any share In the estate. There was "sothing in the will to show the value ft Mr. Sage's estate. The will was Cated Ff buary 11, 1901, and was sworn to by Edward Townsend and R. W. Freedman as witnesses. It consists of about 800 words. There are eleven ' sections. I The eleventh section read as fol ' lows: "Should any of the beneficiaries under this will, other than my said wife, object to the probate thereof or in any wise directly or indirectly con test or aid in contesting the same or any of the provisions thereof or the distribution of my estate thereunder, then and in that event I annul any bequest herein made to such benefici ary, and it is my will that such bene ficiary shall be absolutely barred and cut off from any share in my estate." While there was nothing in the will to show the value of Mr. Sage's estate, attorneys for Mrs. Sage estimate it at between $70,000,000 and $80,000,000, of which amount about $30,000,000 is outstanding in loans FIVE YEARS FOR BROCK Prison Sentence For Doylestown Bank Cashier. Philadelphia. July 28. George P. Brock, the former cashier of the Doylestown National Bank, who was convicted of misappropriating the funds of that institution, was sen tenced to a term of five years in the EastCin penitentiary by Judge Mc Pherson, in the United States district court. George S. Graham, his attorney, at once took out a writ of error as a basis for an appeal to the United States cir cuit court of appeals, and made a mo tion that Brock be admitted to bail pending the disposition of the appeal. The court granted the motion, fixing the bail at $10,000, which was prompt ly furnished. Respecting Henry Lear, the former president of the bank, whose convic tion and sentence to five years was sustained recentlv th record of t.hs final decision of the court of appeals has not yet been certified to the dis trict court, and until this is done Lear will remain at liberty, as he is under bail to appear when wanted. HEROINE FATALLY INJURED Saved Infant From Train and Loses Both Legs. Scranton, Pa., July 27. Mary Jun kolie saved the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Spagei from death un der the wheels of a Jersey Central train, but in doing so she will probably lose her own life. Both her legs are of! and the physicians say she cannot re cover. Mrs. Junkoiie was taking the child out for an airing, and failed to notice that the safety states were down. She walked on the tracks, and as she did the train hove in sight. Throwing the child to safety on one side, she at tempted to follow ii, but. was too late The engine struck her and she was ground under the wheels. The woman was 22 years old, and was recently married. TWO NEGROES LYNCHED Confessed Murder, and Were Hanged and Riddled With Bullets. Tampa, Fla., Juiy 28. John Black ai:d Will Reagin, negroes, were lynch ed by a mob of 200 men near Fort Gardner, Polk county. The negroes killed Ed Granger, a white turpentine operator, without provocation, and were captured by Sheriff Wiggins and three deputies near the scene of the killing a tew hours afterwards at a bridge crosfing Peace river, two miles from Bartow. The mob halted the sheriff and posse and took possession of the prisoners. Both confessed and were hanged to a nearby tree, being afterwards riddled with bullets. The mob immediately dispersed. Victim of Knockout Drops. New York. July 28. A victim ol knockout drops and with his pockets rifled of their contents, believed to have been several hundred dollars, Charles P. Dorr, a former congressman from West Virginia, was found lying senseless in a doorway at 27th street and Sixth avenue by a policeman. When the policeman approached, sev eral rough-looking men who had been gathered about the prostrate form -ran away. After 13 minutes' hard work the surgeon succeeded in bringing Dorr ta consciousness. It was said his condi tion was seriou'f. There is nothing so pleasant as that bright, cheerful, at-peaee-with-the-world feeling when you sit down to your breakfast. There is nothing so conductive to good work and good results. The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow, a better workman, a better citiren than the man or woman who is handicapped by some disability, however slight. A slight disorder of the stomach will derange your body, your thoughts and your disposition. Get away from the morbidness and the bines. Keep your stomach in tune and both your brain and body will respond. Little indiscretions of ever-eating can be easily corrected and you will be surprised to see how much better man you are. Try a little Koknl For Dys pepsia after your meals. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. Will Examirss Boundary Monuments. Harrisburg, Pa.. July 27. Secretary of Internal Affairs Brown has appoint ed Captain J. C. Wilson and J. C. Sat terlee. of Ccrry, a commission to ex amine the condition of the monuments along Mason and Dixons line between Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia. I A Courageous Public Official. Hon. James R. Young, Insurance Commissioner, Unjustly Criticised for Doing His Sworn Duty. I Louisbunr Times. i The trial of Mr. M. T. Norris, a prominent merchant of. Raleigh, charged with having burned hia own house to get the insurance on Mf- is of more than local interest. The resist was in accordance with the earnest wish of Mr. Norris' many friends, and j vindicates that gentleman from the ' odium of a horrible charge. It is not of that of which this paper wishes to speak, however. Judging from the reports we have seen in the papers, the friends and partisans of Mr. Norris have been both intemperate and unjust in their criticism of Mr. James R." Young, the Insurance Commissioner, at whose instance the prosecution was under taken. The fact that a jury has ac quitted Mr. Norris does not at all justify their criticism, or change the character of Mr. Young's official duty. The Statute, Sec. 4810 of Revisal 1905, is mandatory upon the Insur ance Commissioner.and it specifically enjoins upon him the duty of causing to be prosecuted every person charg ed with the crime of arson against whom there is sufficient evidence, in his opinion, to justify an investiga tion. Without respect to the out come of the trial, no one who kept up with the evidence will attempt to deny that it gravely implicated Mr. Norris, and it seems to this paper that, for his own sake, Mr. Norris would have desired a trial with its resulting acquittal and vindication. However that may be, there was left open for Mr. Young but one course, and that was the one which he pur sued. Considering the business and social standing of Mr. Norris, and the fact that he is Mr. Young's neighbor, it was no doubt a very disagreeable duty that the Commissioner had to perform. He could have avoided much of harsh criticism and malad- version. It's greatly to his credit that he has not hesitated to perform this untoward duty bravely, and with the same fortitude and impartiality that has characterized his entire official career. Not to have prosecuted the case, would have been official coward ice, and oi timt o. .ug wum not be guilty. Let this criticism of public officials who have to do their duty, cease. It hurts the public morals. How To Avoid Appendicitis. Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take. Ite fuse substitutes. Melville Dorsey. Against Share Crop Lawyers. Littleton News Reporter. Reports from the recent annual session of the Bar Association of North Carolina show that with many big lawyers the "share, crop lawyer" is not held in the highest estimation. We understand this not to mean the lawyer who, solicited dy his poor client, takes the case condition ally but the one who without busi ness hunts up and makes clients be lieve they have cases and then takes the case on shares, "you do the com plaining and I will do the arguing and if there is anything won we will divide." Nothing gained by suit the lawyer has had an appearance before the court and the public and the client a little experience. Prof. Tyler, of Amherst college, said recently "A man can live confortably without brains: no man ever existed without a digestive sys tem. The dyspeptic has neither faith, hope nor chairty." Day by day people realize the importance of caring for their digestion: realize the need of the use of alittle corrective after over-eating. A cerrective like Kodol For Dyspepsia. It digests what you eat Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. Prosperous Condition of the Farm ing Class. Louisburg Times. From every viewpoint the farming class of this county is in bettershape now than at. any period since the Civil War. More people own their own homes and little farms; more are free from the yoke of bondage in flicted by hardensome debts; more are coming independent cash year by making a comfortable living for their families; more are waking up to the necessity of giving their children bet ter educational advantages, and withal, prosperity and contentment seem to prevail throughout thecoun tJy. Let progress still be our watch word. Galveston's Sea Wall makes life now as safe in that city as on the higher uplands. E. W. Goodloe, who resides on Dutton St., in Waco, Tex., needs no sea wall for safety. He writes: "I have used Dr. King's New Discovery For Consumption the past five years and it keeps me well and safe. Before that time I had a cough which for years had been srowing worse. Now it's gone." Cures chronic Coughs, LaGrippe, Croup, Whooping Cough and prevents Pneu monia. Fleasant to take. Every bottle guaranteed at Melville Dorsey's drug store. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. When they get through executing the death sentence on Russian offi cers there will be fewer of them left. Greenville Reflector. In this state it is not necessary to serve a five days notice for eviction of a cold. Use the original laxative cough syrup, Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar. No opiates. Sc4d at Parker's Two Drug Store. NEW RULES FOR PACKERS frre Ordered to Kiep Their Plants and Meat Clean. Washingtou, Ju'y 28. Secretary Wilson made public the regulations under the new 'law jrovs.-ning the in spection of meat pred icts, for inter state and foreign trade. They do not, however, cover the subject of inter state transportation cf meat' c r the miscroscopic inspection of pork for ex port. Regulations on these subjects, it was stated, will bo issued later. The regulations- issued are stringnt throughout, and are in line with the best authorities on the subjects of sanitation, preservatives, dyes, chemi cals and condemnation of diseased car casses. Some of the new packing rules are as follows: "All slaughtering, packing, meat can ning, salting and rendering establish ments must be inspected. Retail butchers may"be exempted by special permisssion. All animals, carcasses and meat food products will be rigidly inspected and reinspected if necessary. Packing houses must ba lighted and ventilated and kept sanitary. All work must be done in a cleanly way. All buildings must be whitewashed or painted, or regularly scrubbed. Ail knives or machinery must bs thoroughly cleansed daily. Employes must wear sanitary cloth ing. No employes with tuberculosis per mitted. Only such rdulterants must be used as foreign nations permit. Condemned carcasses must be de stroyed in tanks. No condemned meats shall be used to manufacture lard. THAW HAS HIS WAY No Commission tp Examine Him and Will Plead Emotional Insanity. New York, July 27. It was reiterated that the proposition to make an at tempt to secure a lunacy commission to adjudge Harry Thaw, who killed Stanford White, insane has been dropped even by counsel retained by Mrs. William Thaw. It is understood that the counsel, consisting of Ex Judge William M. K. Olcott and Ter ence J. McManus, have decided thai such a motion would meet with ulti mate defeat, and therefore it has been eliminated. Thaw will be allowed to go to trial as he desires. The emotional insanity Hartridge, the personal counsel ol Harry Thaw. Ex-Judge Olcott, it is understood, is retained by Mrs. Wil liam Thaw, the mother of the prisoner, to look out for young Thaw's interests not in the way cf any action on his part, but to aid in every bit of evidence he can secure. LUCKY CLERK MAKES $27,000 Sold $5,800,000 Panama Canal Bonds Which Were Allotted Him. New York, July 27. It was learned here that J. S. Bache & Co., bankers had purchi-3d Hie $5,800,000 of Pan ama Canal bonds recently allotted by the treasuiy department to Samuel Byerly. an express company's clerk, ol this city. Cache &. Co. have in turn disposed of the bonds to Fisk & Rob inson, who were the successful bid ders for the -greater portion of the issue. The price of the bonds already has advanced to 10-1.40, which means a profit of $27X24 for the clerk. In conversation with Secretary Shaw over the long distance telephone, By erly asked if he was to receive his al lotment of the bonds. He was told that he world if he deposited the $5,800,000 by August 1. The clerk said he would. . THREE CROWN AT HOPATCONG Boat Containing Six Persons From Brooklyn, N. Y., Capsizes. New Yoi July 30. Three of a par ty of p."-bons who were boating on Lake Hopatcong, N. J., were drowned when their craft capsized through the apparent inexperience of the men who had undertaken to handle the boat The dead are George Latt, 24 years old; Miss May Klemmer, 20 years old, and Miss Bertha Smith, aged 22, all ol Brooklyn. Those rescued were John O'Connor, 21 yrars of age, whoeo con dition is so '-:ri:ius that he may die; Christopher Merker. 25, uninjured; and Paul Revere, 24. who was taken home seriously ill. The rescued mem bers also came from Brooklyn. Elected Chief Rabbi. Trenton, N. J.. July 28. Bernard L. Levinthal. who for 15 years has been chief rabbi of the Orthodox Jews of Philadelphia, was elected chief rabbi of the entire body of Orthodox Jews in the United States at the clos ing of the fourth annual convention of Orthodox Jewish rabbis, which has been in session here lor the past four days. The honor came to the promi nent rabbi without a dissenting voice. Rabbi Levinthal came to Philadelphia 15 years ago from Kowno, Russia, to take up the position made vacant by the death of his father-in-law. Rabbi Lazer L. Kleinbcrg. Dropped Dead Making Address Providence, R. I., July 28. Dr. Je rome B. Greene, dropped dead while making a patriotic address at Field Point at the annual outing of the Fifth regimenL Rhode Island hteavy artil lery, of which he is historian. Dr. Greene was 77 years of age. He was well known as a writer on historical subjects. Six Children Born at Once. Nashville, Team, July 27. At King ston, in "Williamson county, this state, a negress gave birth to six children. The children are well formed and all were alive at last accounts. Scrub yourself daily, you're not clean in side. Clean insides means clean stomach, bowels blood, liver, clean, healthy tissue in every organ. Moral: Take HoUister'sItocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets, rarker'e Two Drug Stoirs. RECEIVER NAMED FOR ZiON CITY U. S. Court Decides Neither Dowio or Voliva Are the Owners. DECLARED TO BE TRUST ESTATE Chicago, July 28. Neither John Alexander Dowie, founder, nor Wilbur Glenn Voliva, - present general over leer, Is owner of the properties of the ChrisXian Catholic Church in Ziou, in rluding Ziou City, 111., and said to bs worth 12,000,000 to $21,000,000, ac cording to a decision handed down by Judge Landis, of the United States district court. Judge Landis declared the property of Zion City to be a trust estate, and named John G. Hately. a member of the Chicago board of trade, receiver of the church's property, and ordered an election on September 18 of an overseer (trustee of the church's property) by members of the church at Zion City. Judge Landis will de cide later what compensation Dowie will be allowed for his past services to the church. The court ruled that the capital ol Zion properties, contributions of prop erty and money from various persons, was given to Dowie in trust for the church. Judge Landis declared void the conveyance of the Zion City prop erty to Alexander Granger by Voliva, under power of attorney from Dowie Judge Landis quoted from writings ol Dowie to show that the latter had al ways 'regarded himself as trustee ol the property of Hie church. The ad judication in the bankruptcy proceed ings against Dowie was also set aside so that pending litigation against Dowie may automatically be restrain ed until the entire litigation-is ended Receiver Hately's bond of $25,000 was approved by the court, and Hately went to Zion City and assumed charge of the property. Dowie said that inasmuch as he had not had an opportunity to read tin whole decision he would not at this time express an opinion, or say whal he would do. It was too serious a mat ter for the' church to reach a conclu sion without deliberation, he said. H refused to answer a. question as tc whether he would take an appeal, say ing that he desired first to consult hia counsel. "We want peace," he said, counsel." NEW YORK POLICEMAN A HERO Loses His Own Life Trying to Savt a Drowning Boy. New York, July 30. In an unsuc cessful attempt to save a drowning boy, policeman William Heddermar lost his life in Cromwell creek at 161st street and Jerome avenue, wher help was near at hand. Weighed down by his clothes, the policeman strug gled desperately to keep his head above the surface, but he was soon exhausted and sank. A brother policeman, who jumped into the creek in an endeavor to save his comrade, was nearly drowned. He. too, found his uniform dragging him under the water, but managed tc reach the shore. The boy who was drowned was one of several who were in swimming. BURIED UNDER FALLEN TRESTLE Four Men Seriously Injured in Acci dent Near Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Wilkes-Barre, Pa., July 28. A ser ious accident occurred at the Laure! Run breaker, four miles from here A large force of men were engaged in tearing out an old trestling when the portion upon which the were standing collapsed, and all were buried beneath the debris. They were rescued a; speedily as possible, and four of them narrowly escaped death. The injured are: George Yale, a propman, fatally crushed; John Geary, a tlmberman. caught beneath the fall and internally injured; Jchn Matthews, laborer, Trevethan, carpenter, leg and nose broken. Negro Murderer Run Down By Dogs. BarbourviHe. Ky., July 28. After an exciting chase, in which bloodhounds were used, Jesse Fitzgerald, a negro, was arrested by a posse and lodged in jail, charged with robbing and murder ing Mrs. Robert Broughton at her home near this city Wednesday night. Fitzgerald, it is stated, made a full coafession of the crime, which was a horrible one. Mrs. Broughton's head was hacked almost off with a knift. A negro woman servant, who was the only other occupant of the house, is also under arresL Auto Owner Sent to Jail For Speeding. Yonkers. N. Y.. July 27. Judge Jo seph H. Beall, who recently gave warning that he would send automo bile owners and chauffeurs guilty of immoderate or reckless driving to jail, fulfilled his pledge when he sentenced George W. Bryant, of Manhattan, to two months in the Kings county peni tentiary and to pay a fine of $50. A few days ago Bryant's chauffeur, Frank Busold, was also sentenced to a term of two months in jail by Judge BealL Another aoodTrian Oone 'Wrong. He neglected to take Foley's Kidney Cure at the first signs of Kidney trouble, hoping it would wear away, and he was soon a Tictim of Bright's Disease. There is danger in delay, but if Foleys Kidney Cure iff taken at once the symptoms will disappear, the Kidneys are strengthened and you are soon sound and well. A. It. Bass of Morgantown, Ind., had to get up ten or twelve times in the night, and had a severe backache and pains in the kidneys, and was cored by Foley's Kidney Core. Melville Dorsey. Foreshadows End of Guillotine. Paris. July 30. The budget com mittee ia taking up the estimates fr 1907 struck out the salary of M. DUb lec, Jr., the public executioner, thns foreshadowing the disappeearanca f - tbc guillotine. A WEEK'S HEWS COKDEMSED Tuesday, July 24. President Roosevelt has extended the eight-hour law to the navy depart ment Fire destroyed the Crystal Ridge breaker of Pardee & Co. at Hasleton, Pa., entailing a loss of $60,000. The Western Pacific railroad is en deavoring to secure 7000 kibonrs 10 rush construction work in the wesL While bathing in a creek at Ash bourne, near Philadelphia, James Mc Closkey, 15 years old, stepped into a 4eep hole and was drowned. Irwin Miller, son of the late Asso ciate Justice S. it Miller, vt the Uni ted States supreme court, died at Springfield, O.. aged 45 years. Wednesday, July 25. Joe Cans, of Baltimore, was given the decision over Dave Holly, of Phil adelphia in a 20-round bout at Seattle, Wash. In a collision between a trolley car and a wagon at Baltimore. Md., Aunie Braxton, colored, was killed and six others were iujurcd. Nine persons were killed and seven seriously injured in a wreck of a fast train on the Great Northern railroad, near Spokane, Wash. As the result of a lovers' quarrel, O. G. Johnston and Miss Cora White, of Marion, O, commited suicide by drinking carbolic acid at their homes. Henry Clayter, a negro, eloped with a white girl from Irvington, Ky., and is locked up at Louisville to prevent a lynching. Thursday, Ju'y 26. A warehouse containing 50,000 sack! of rice at Beaumont, Texas, was de stroyed by fire, entailing a loss of $315, 000. A. Baldwin Johnson, one of the lead ing coal dealers of Washington, D. C. was found dead in bed from heart dis ease. The 14th annual meeting of th United States League of Building and Loan Associations was held at Cincin nati. O. Two men were killed and four in jured, one fatally, in a freight wreck ou the Northern Pacific railroad at Valley City. N. D. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sartivel. near Carlton, Minn., wai struck by lightning, aud three children w&re burned to death and Mrs. Sartlvei was fatally injured. Friday, July 27. Henry Wise, of Philadelphia, is un der arrest at Reading, Pa., charged with 20 robberies. -- i'i & 1 j- t j lutv , -maw - - 0 . Philadelphia, was found starved to death in her home, her body being covered with filth. The plant of the Monroe Lumbei company at Monroe, La., the largest in north Lotiisiana, was destroyed b) fire, causing a loss of $150,000. Mrs. H. A. Leaptrot was shot and killed and her husband fatally injured while sitting on their porch at. Wynne. Ark., by three mounted men, who thee escaped. Saturday, July 28. Thirty persons were injured, two fa tally, in a wreck of passenger traint at Springfield, Mo. Fire at Maryville, Tenn., destroyed the county court house and several buildings, entailing a loss of $150,000 Alexander Cruickshank, one of tk founders of the Bath Silk company, died at his home at Bethlehem, Pa., ol cancer, aged C7 years. In a collision between an engine and a car on the Reading railway neai Reading. Pa.. William Smith was killed and A. F. Bender severely injured. Francis H. Reynolds, a New York bookmaker, cither fell or threw him self from the fifth-story window of tht Martin House and was instantly killed Monday, July 30. Charles P. Neill. of Washington, D. C, has been re-elected president ol the bureau of statistics and labor. Leopold Lewith, a well - known Wilkes-Barre, Pa., merchant. 56 yean old, dropped dead Jn his store. He wa a former resident of Cleveland. Michael Iocuskey was killed and David Harney fatally injured by th accidental discharge of a blast at th Richards colliery, near Shamokln, Pa William Harway. of Danville, Va. wa3 killed near Sunbury, Vj . whIU stealing a ride on a Pennsylvania rail road freight train by falling betweet the cars. Secretary Rcot at Rio Janeiro. Rio de Janeiro. July 28. Secretary Root arrived here from Bahia and was welcomed by a representative of Gen eral Rio Branco, the Brazilian foreign minister, and by the civil and military authorities. He was heartily cbeerel by the assembled crowds. The End of The World of troubles that robbed E. II. Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Ia., of all usefulness, enme when he began taking Electric- Bitter- He writea: "Two year ago Kidney trouble cauaed me great Buffering, rhich I would never have survived bad I net taken Electric Bitter. They rdso cored mc of General Debility." Sure cure for all Stomach, and Liver and Kidney com plain ta, blood diaeaaea, Head ache, Dizziness and Weakness or bodily de cline. Price 50c. Guaranteed by MeUille Dta?ya drcuc atore. It is notorious that all theexposed grafters were enthusiastic defenders of "national honor" and shouting for Republican candidates and poli cies in 189G, 1900, and 1904, says a writer. (liven Up to Die. B. Speigel, 1204 N. Virginia St., Evana ville Ind., writes: "For over five years I was troubled 'with kidney affections which cauaed me much pain ard worry. I loat flesh and was and all run down, and a year ago had to abandon work entirely. I had three of the beat pbyaicana wko did me no good and I was practically given up to die. Fole'ya Kidney Cure was recommended and the firat bottle gave me great relief, and after taking the second I waaentirely cured." Melville Dorsey. If a man were his own enemy, what tori es bs corricl tell on himself! 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It is safe and sure in all cases of Headache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Cuts, Burnes, Bruises, Cramps of VuV wwutiivMy -wm-ar -i- wa aw external pain. 1 1 has been called the Little Doctor Shop, because; it relieves so many dif ferent diseases. For sale by all leading druggists. Price 25 cents. J Coddy of Dover, Del, writes: "I keep a bottle of Dr. Bennett's Wonder Oil at home all the time. I would not be without it for any thing in reason. It is the best med icine I ever saw for aches and pains." Bennett Medicine Company. C3. Norfolk. Va. Notice of Dissolution. STATE OF NOKTH CAROLINA. Department of State. CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. Tt all whom thewe Prents may come GREETING: WHEREAS IT APPEARS TO MY SAT iefavtion, by duly authenticated record of the proceeding for the voluntary diaaolo tion thereof by toe unanimous consent of all the stockholders, deposited in my office that the Bnrrouplia-Powell Companyn corpora tion of this State, whose principul oilice was Hituated in the town of Henderson, county of Vance, State of North Carolina (Henry T. Powell being the agent therein and in charge thereof, upon whom proceaa may be wved) hut complied with the requirement of chap ter 21. lie viaal of 1005, entitled "Corpora tious," preliminary to the isaoing of thin certificate of Dinaolation: Now, therefore, I, J. Bryan Griuica, Secre tary or the State of North Carolina, do here by certify that the said corporation did, ou the 30th day of June, 1 VOfi, file in my offieo a duly executed and attested consent, in writing to tbe dissolution of said corpora tion, executed by all the stockholder thereof which Moid consent and the re.-ord of tbe proceeding aforesaid are now on file in my aaid office a provided by law. In teatimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, nt Ral eigh, thi 30rh day of June, A. 150. J. BRYAN GRIMES. Secretary of State. N. B. The BurrotigbiM'oIeniaD Company, successor to the Burrongbs-I'owell Com pany.! atill doing business. The corporation doing busiuee ha tbe Burroughs-Towel Company wa dissolved the second day December, 1902, but publication ' made at the time. Trinity Park Scfcool. A first-class preparatory school Certificates of graduation accept ed for entrance to leading South ern colleges. Best Equipped Preparatory School In the South. Faculty of ten officers aud teach ers. Campus of seventy-five acres. Library containing thirty thou sand volumes. Well equipped gym nasium. High standard and modern methods of instruction. Frequent lectures by prominent lecturers. Kxpenses exceedingly moderate. Seven years of phenom enal success. For catalogue and other infor mation, address, H. M. North, Headmaster, DURHAM, X. C. Administrator's Notice. HAVING QUALIFIED A. ADMINLSTRA tor of Walter J. Powell, deceased, late of Henderson; Vance county. North Carolina, notice is hereby given to ail persons having claim against aaid estate to preaaat them to the undersigned dnly verified on or before July 5th. lt07, or this notice will be plead ia bar of their recove-y. All persons indebted to said estate wilt please make immediate settlement. This 4th day of July, l0.g Ad-inlstrator of "STaJter J. Powell, cheesed. I I ache!