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THE HENDERSON GOLD L.EAF THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1907.
The Gold Leaf. THURSDAY. MAY 1007. Veterans To Richmond. Carolinians Expected to Go in Large Force Splendid Arrange ments Made for the Veterans of the State Official Notice. Headquarters N '. Division l'nitei Confederate Veterans, Durham, X. C, May , 1007. (Jeneral Orders No '.M. Paragraph 1. Tlie.seventeentb an nual reunion of the l.'nited Confeder ate Veterans will he held in the city of Richmond, begimiingon Thursday, the .'JOth day of May, and ending on Monday, the .3rd day of June, 1007. As North Carolina sent to Richmond during the war between the States, iiiore soldiers than any other State except Virginia so at this reunion at the former Capitol of the Southern Confederacy, North Carolina should send more veteran than any other State. It is earnestly hoped, there fore, that there will be a grand out pouring of the old "Tar Heels'' at this great reunion. Paragraph 2. All veterans of this division are requested, on their ar rival at Richmond, to report and register at the headquarters selected for North Carolina, at Sanger Hall, on Seventh street, between Broad and Clay st reets. They can there meet cncii other and their visitors from other States, and make themselves at home. The hospitable and public spirited citizens of Richmond have made arrangements to feed and lodge all veterans who are unable to pay, but they must notify at once the chairman of the entertainment com mittee, Capt. D. A. Brown, Jr., at Richmond, and secure their quarters in advance, and not wait until they arrive at Richmond. This is very important, and unless such is done, veterans need not expect to be enter tained free. Paragraph :. Theoflicial veterans' "Special" will be run on the Sea board Air Line Railway, leaving Charlotte at 0:00 a. m. on the 20th and arriving at Richmond at .":00 p. in. same day, passing Raleigh at 12 o'elock. Spwiul trains, as may be desired, will be run by the Southern and the Atlantic Coast Line, and the rate on all will be one rent a mileeach way. The exact fare from every sta tion can be learned by application to local railroad agent. Paragraph 4. All camps that are in arrears are earnestly requested to send their dues at once to Col. W. K. Mickle, !S21 Common street, New Or leans, La., as no camp will beentitled to send any delegates or have any representation unless all its dues are paid before the reunion. At many reunions t oo many of our camps are denied representation because of their failing to pay their dues, and it is hoped that this will not be the case at Richmond. Paragraph .. It is suggested that every veteran from this State wear on the lappel of his coat a sprig of long leaf pine, as an appropriate badfe for Tji p Htels Paragraph 0. The veterans of this division will have the honor of having as their Sponsor the grand daughter of Stonewall Jackson, Miss Julia Jackson Christian. Br order of Major (leneral J. S . CARR. H. A. LONDON, Adjutant-(Jeneral and Chief of Staff. Wonderful Eczema Cure. "Our littlf Im.v lui'l wzwiui for five years, " writt-H N. A. AtlaniH, llenriett n, I'a. "Two rf mir holm- loct ors Hitiil thir(iHP was hope? Iem, hi luims being affected. We theu ein iliiveil other doctors but no benefit resulted. My fhiiiiee we rmd about Elertric Hitters: ioiinht abottle ami noon noticed improve ment. We continued thin medicine until Nevernl bottleH were used, when our boy vn completely cured." Hcst of ull blond inedi cincH and body building health touics. (iuur-miN-ed at Melville Dorttey'sdrua; store. ."0c. Confederate Veterans Reunion, Rechmond, Va. May 30 to June 3. The Seaboord, having secured the Raleigh, Durham and Charlotte Camps of Confederate Verterans for their line to the reunion, have de cided to operate a special train, leav ing Charlotte at 6 a. m. of May 20th, passing Raleigh about noon, ar riving Richmond early in the after noon o: same date. I amp from Dur ham lenving on No. 2Ji8 at 10-25 a. in., connecting with this special at Henderson. Tickets will be good to return until Juno 1 1th, but may be extended until July 6th by depositing ticket with special agent. The fol lowing round trip rates will apply: Durham. :?:U$."; Henderson, $2.50; Oxford $2.50. Rate on same basis will apply from other points in addi tion to the above. Tickets will be sold May 20th to June 2nd and are good on regular trains. The Seaboard has double daily ser vice from all points to Richmond. Tickets returning will be good direct from Portsmouth-Norfolk, it not being necessary for those who desire to attend the Exposition to return through Richmond. Tor further in formation in regard to schedules, etc., apply to the undersigned. J. T. ELMORE, AGT, C. H.GATTIS, T.P.A. 1 lenderson. X. C. Raleigh, X. C. jSeasonable" Farm Seeds I A n.. o ft Millets, Teosinte, Late Seed Potatoes, ' Buckwheat, Vetches, Crimson Clover, etc. Wood's Crop Special, giving prices and timely information a bout Stfdt that can be planted to advantage and profit at different seasons of the vear. maill remiest. Writ fnr it WOOD & SOUS, L VSOND, . VA V T.W. f RT J) RICH o-itaf we wamii to talk to yoio atioiiofl "Gatasrh enures" During the past few months ve have edy that we know is right that we can been publishing what sotnt of our good friends have called '"heart-to-heart talks" on patent medicines. That name suits ns all right "heart-to-heart talks" is just what we have intended. There can't be anything more serious to a sick man or skk woman than his ailn nt r.nd the remedies he or she takes to cr.re it. Our talks hive been '"heart-to-heart." Everv word we have printed has been written in absolute crrnfrtness and sin ceritv. and judging from what our cus tomers tell we have not been talking in vain. Ye are convinced that our frankness has been rtrprcdat:ed, and that our sMjp?,'estions have been welcomed which naturally encou-ages us to con tinue. To-day, and perhaps for some time to come, we Avant to talk about that big class of remedies known generally as "catarrh cures." ttroadly sneaking these are the patent medicine that have been the chief tai gets for the attacks of the "Ladies' Home Journal," "Collier's Weekly" and other magazines which are waging such a livelv warfare against patent medicine abuses. As we have pointed out in previous talks, it is not our business to pass judg ment on the crusade of these well known, highly-respected publications. The public alone must be-the judge and jury. Our business, as we see it, is to carrv in stock a complete line of paten: medicines, and to sell those medicines at the lowest possible price. We -ell hundreds yes, thousands of bottles of so-called "catarrh cures," and know nothing of their ingredients. The manufacturers advertise them, the public demands them; we order them from the manufacturers and sell them at the low est price. That is absolutely as far as our knowledge goes. The manufacturer keeps his formula a secret. It may be good, or it may not we don't know, and we have no means of finding out. Naturally, wc would rather sell a rem MUCU There is no guess work with us on Rexall Mucu-Tor.e. We know what it is made of. Not only do we know, but zi-e will gizr you a copy o .' fonnula. There is no secret about any Rexall remedy we iik:K.' them one thousand of us leading; druggists .1 over America in our great co operative laboratories at Boston, Mass. Wc own the l.ikr Uories, and everything in them, and we opcrr.te them just as skillfully as our com bined brait. s and money will let us, and just as honestly ;is honest men know how. The Ingredients of Mucu-Tcna The chief ingredients of Mucu-Tonc are Gen tian, Cubeb-v. Ca scars Sagrada, Glycerine, and Sarsaparilla. Gentian is recognized in medicine as one of the greatest toi.u-i ever discovered. It is the founda tion on wliu'.i Mucu-Tone is built. Gentian com bines in hij-h degree the tonic powers of all the known "balers," with none of the disadvantages applying tj them. Cnbebs have long been recognized as a spe cific in the treatment of all catarrhal conditions. Its action is prompt and its benefits almost inva riable. In whatever part of the body the inflamed or diseased condition of the mucous membrane exists, the use of Cubehs has been recommended by the best physicians for many generations. Caseara Sagrada is especially introduced for its necessary laxative properties. The combination of these with Glycerine and Sarsaparilla makes Mucu-Tone a remedy that at tacks catarrh from every point, gradually restores and rebuilds the diseased tissues to their former health and strength, promotes digestion and cre ates a normal appetite. Large trial bottle, 50c. Fcr Sale Only at This Store. FOR PARKER'S TWO DRUG STORES The !Re3Ca& Stores 1907 IN THE STUD 1907 The Fine Trotting Stallion Afc,vr ESfil mil bn STANDARD -REGISTERED. firjinrl Individual R mui. Ul WU 111 Iklt. IUIJ1C Property of the Beacom Supply Company. yfU9?T8,fb,e?tnut8ta,Iion'foaled 1902;heiffht 13.2 hands; jeifflit 1000 lbs Sired by Ashland Wilkes, 2291, record 2:17. sire of John 5n-r i7 n "wlt? c,hamPioi "ord; Sally Toler, 2:0G: Ash Rose, foGRi2:?,,(;S?? WiIkes' -:07; Brt 01i-. 2:SX; Martha Ii., 2:09V. Bob Hughes, 2:09'; Gaiety, 2:09 110 other standard performers. 1 dam Tfae Goldmine by Allie Wiikes, 2:15, sire o! Arlington, 2:06; Jupe, 2:0 1 ; Koberta, 2K)5i; Alliewood , 2:00, and 40 others. dam ister to Sweetness, by Volunteer, 53, sire of St. Julien, 2:11V a former world a champion trotter, and 33 others in the list. dam Lodr Merntt. dam of Sweetness. 2:21y,dam of Sidney, 2-.19K the grand sire of Lou Dillon, 1:58. queen of trotters, by Edward Everett, 81, sire of Judge Fullerton, 2:18'. etc. 4 dam by Uarry Clay, 2:29, sire of Clayton, 2:19, and noted as a great sire of brood mares. The IBeacomm Sunppfly D., Henderson, BJ. C. edy that we know is right that we can back up with all our reputation for hon esty and square-dealing. And wouldn't you rather buy that kind of a remedy? Wouldn't you rather hold us responsible than to hold no one responsible? We are right here, right where you can get at us every day in the week, right where one false move on our part will bring upon us your condem nation, the loss of your friendship, your patronage, your influence. Can we afford to tell you anything that you will learn later is not absolutely true? Are you not safer in taking our word for the merits of an article, than you are to rely on the prind" statement of a pa tent medicine manufacturer, whom you never even saw and probably never will? Co mm -in sense most emphatically tells you that we, cannot -afford to depart one hair's breadth from the rigid truth. None of us can deny that there is suchi a disease known as "catarrh." Those who have it, or who have had it, know that it is one of the hardest diseases to cure. Perhaps the worst thing about catarrh is its prevalence. Almost everyone especially in a climate like duTs has catarrh in some form or another. That is what has made the "catarrh cure" busi ness so profitable. There are so many thousands of cases of the disease and it is so hard to cure, that the patent medicine manufacturers have reaped a harvest in preparing remedies that appeal to this large class of sufferers. One of the most serious things about catarrh is that" it breaks down the sys tem, so that the sufferer becomes a prey to other diseases. This fact has led the proprietors of so many "catarrh cures" to advertise their remedies as a specific for almost every disease under the sun. We have ONE catarrh cure that we are willing to say to you ; "We know this is all right. Take it home and use it with the full assurance that if it does not cure you, yon can bring it back to us and we will promptly refund your monev." That catarrh cure is - TONE G';j csei ycj know whether or ryot you have catarrh? V'ell. here are the symptoms that usually in dicate its presence. Check them over, and if you have any of them, try a bottle of Rexall Mucu-Tone. CATARRH OF THE NOSE: Chilliness feverishness passages obstructed watery dis charge and latter thick, yellow and tenacious discharge into the throat headache foul breath weak and watery eyes and sometimes loss'-fcf memory. CATARRH OF' THE THROAT: Irritation sensation of heat and dryness constant hawk ing sore throat and difficult to breathe. CATARRH OF THE STOMACH : Dizziness emaciation hollow cheeks sleeplessness bad dreams despondent dull, grinding or sharp, short pains in side and stomach nau sea after eating shortness of breath and bit ter fluid rising in throat. CATARRH OF THE INTESTINES : Dull, grinding pain in bowels diarrhoea emaciation nervousness and sleeplessness. CATARRH OF THE LIVER AND KID NEYS: Skin drawn and yellow black specks floating on field of vision weak and dizzy dull pain in small of back and constant desire to urinate. CATARRH OF THE BLADDER : Sharp pams iii the lower abdomen and a loss of con trol over urine constant desire to urinate burning sensation when urinating face drawn and palid eyes dull palms of hands and feet d-imp and clammy. PELVIC CATARRH : Constant leucorrhcea dragging pain in the back and hips, abdomen and thighs stomach disturbances skin erup tionssick headache female irregularities and constipation. SALE BY Wonder Oil Cures All P. am. No matter what the cause of your trouble may be, the first object is to alleviate the pain . No home is ever safe without a good pain kil ler. No other medicine on earth I can ever take the place of Doctor BENNETT'S WONDER OIL. It is safe and sure in all cases of Headache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Cuts, Burnes, Bruises, Cramps of the stomach, and all internal and external pain. It 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. Denounces Infanticide, i Rev H. H. Hnlten, Preaching to Audience Composed Largely of Women, Declares That Prenatal and Postnatal Infatkide is a Growing Crime Among Women and is One for Which Eternal Burning is the Punishment. Charlotte Observer. Preaching upon the 6ubject, 'Love s Ideal, ' to an audience com posed largely of women, which pack ed the First Baptist church to the doors last night, liev. Herman H. Hulten severelv denounced infanti cide, both prenatal and postnatal, as of the most diabolical crimes ot the age. "So prevalent is it among the women of to-day in its different phasen and stages that righteous physicians are raising their hands to heaven in holy horror at it. We need to have it impressed upon the minds of our womanhood, that the taking of human life, though that life be but a momeufcjpld, is one for which the criminal must burn forever in the lake of eternal fire! The arts of miserable quack physi cians are aiding and abetting the evil of infanticide. The role of motherhood is one of sublime holiness and no wo man can do a nobler, worthier thing thanthe rearing of a family of honor able children who are a credit and a help to society. Ihere was just theslightest vestige of a slight murmur of applause that might have been at the denun ciation of the physicians, but it did not develop. Continuing, Mr. Hulten said that he did not think much of the women who long for a public ca reer. "No one," said he, "who has studied the nature of the race honest ly and dispassionately can escape the conviction that she who does not yield to the growing feeling of restlessness which regards the home as a sphere too narrow for the exer cises of her talents, and who devotes her life to lending her aid to the husband who is called upon to do the active work of the world, and who gives to society useful chil dren, performs a greater work than she who preaches on every platform in the State. What greater service could a woman render to the world than that of Susannah Wesley, who gave to it Charles and John?" CASCASWEET for babies is the best reme dy for oolic, summer complaint, diarrhoea and sour stomach. It is especially good in cases of teething when irritation affects the stomach and intestines. CASCASWEET is a pleasant, safe remedy, containing ntither opiates nor narcotics; all the ingredients are printed plainly on the wrapper. Endorsed by mothers because it acts so quickly. Sold at rarker s Two Drug Stores. Resolutions of Respect. Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God, in His wise but mystrious-providence, to remove by death from our midst, Brother Loie J. Wilson, a Mason in good and regular stand ing and a member of Henry F. Gran ger Lodge No. 412 of A. P. & A. M. For nearly two years Brother Wil son was the subject of extreme suffer ing from cancer in the mouth and after spending much on. physicians and in hospitals he continued to grow worse until on April 22, 1907, when his soul was released from its tenement of suffering and removed to the temple not made with hands, eternal in the Heavens. Whereas, The Lodge has sustained a very great loss in the death of Bro. Wilson and the community in which he lived for he was noted for his quiet, peaceable,patient and exemplary life, therefore be it resolved. 1st. That we bow with humble submission to Him who doeth all things well. 2nd. That to the bereaved family and especially the widow and four orphan little boys, we extend our sincere sympathy in words of com fort and acts of kindness and point them to a happy reunion where sor row, sicknesss and death are un known. 3rd. That these resolutions be in scribed on a page in our record made sacred to the memory of our brother. 4th. That a codv be sent to his bereaved widow. Also a codv to the Orphan's Friend and Public Ledger ior publication and the Gold Leaf be requested to copy the same. C. F. CREWS, W.S.HESTER, Committee." When your food has not been properly di gested tne entire system in impaired in the same proportion. Your Stomach needs help, Kodol For Indigestion and Dyspepsia not only digests what you eat, it tones up the stomach and adds strength to the whole body. Makes rich, pnre blood. Kodol con- foims to the National Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. I The press dispatches of last week told of a minister who beat his bov. for nlavina- baseball on Sundav. until his flesh was lacerated to a pulp. The dispatch continued by stating that the minister was now bemnnincr a six-year term on the rock pile. The Doy snouia not nave piayed on sun day; but. having a father who was such a consummate brute, it is little surprising. The greatest regret is that the vacation on the rock pile was not made a life affair. Charlotte Observer. Farm Implements Corn and Cotton Planters, Cultivators, Plows, X Engines, Threshers, K oaw mxiis, etc. Yoa will save money and get the best of Farm Implements, in buy ing from us. Implements that wear well and work well are the kind that we sell. Write for prices and the best implement catalogue issued. vaiaiogue mailed free. a Write to-day. The Implement Go., 1302 la!a St - RichOKJi. 1m. -and U The Implement Go. ( J1 fl FOR . sttusa a n m fm t "-i- - - ; - . - j - -Y4r E. --'4 s t . ' .-. i f - f 1 I am no stranger to the people at large and have quite a numlr of old customers that say my glasHes have niven ilifn better satisfaction than any other. I am also furnishing myself with the latest and best books that I may keep right up iih the times, therefore I will be abb to correct all errors of refraction cenerally done by the aid of glasses and they an- numr Quite a large per cent, of the business people would have to retire but. for the aid of glasses, and it has been njjreed hv all the best writers that too much delay is dangerous and possible to lead to blindness. I have the latest Scientific Optical Outfit and can serve you to best advantage. Instruments, etc., used as follows: Punctumeter, Refractor and Retinoscope, American Optical Trial Case. Charts: i;ra mertropic. Improved Gravais, Color Wind, Dr. Snellms type of all kinds. New Style of Astigmatic Distant Tyje, the ( vHlf Ophthalmic Cabinet, and by the nse of electric lights can nttne same Dy aay or nigai. Solid Gold Spectacles and Eyeglasses from $5.00 to $15.00 and to every one, ladv or gentleman, sending me fa or more and stating the smallest size type of the tent lines they can r;i.l with out glasses, holding it 12 inches from the eyes, no farther, stating whether small, medium or large face, high or low now. I will m.ul the Gold Spectacles or Eyeglasses, together with a $ 1.00 PREMIUM, suitable for ladies or gents: so please state which in wnui.-.l. ;i fine pair of scissors for the lady or a tine pocket knife for gents. Remember you are getting 1.00 worth more than what von ,v for. I am making this big offer to get a big run of business. Send in your orders at once and you will not regret it If 1 il.n t lit you the first time I will the second. I expect to be out of town the last week in each month working the optn-Hl biiKm. in th adjoining towns. EXAMINATION FREE - - - I also exnee t to do a Hall Order Business, bv usiner the nroner size tvne in the newspapers so you can make your own test, (som may tell you it can't be done but it can with people between the ages of 40 and 00, and in some cases yountf ri! the directions given are followed.) Resides, I guarantee a fit, and if after two weeks trial they are not satisfactory will vhnnp lenses free of charge. Jg If any one interested will drop me card will mail test type. Thanking my friends and patrons for their past liberal patronage and hoping to be favored with a continuance of same, I am, yours very truly, Henderson, N. C. Phone We IHIsaw (CdPinm to Stoy Honesty is the Best Policy. We went into the Fertilizer business to stay, so we gave the farmer more than we guaranteed, there fore every one buying our goods last ssason con tracted for twice as much tais year We are using the same formula this year so you can count on The Best Fertilizer on Earth for the Money To points in our Territory it cost not one cent more than other brands so demand it from your dealer and if he does not keep it, let us know and we will see that you get it. North Carolina Cotton Oil Company, F. E. SCHRODER, Manager, Henderson, N. C. LJ For Sale at Parker's Sara the Concord Tribvne: "Let it be understood now and for all, that Senator Overman is to succeed Sen ator Overman." In other words, the Tribune is just taking time by the forelook to bint to the balance of us that we can save ourselves lots of trouble and disappointment by not entering into any fruitless scramble over the shoes of Salisbury's distin guished son. Wilmington Star. . Poe, who had a hard struggle in life to get bread is now getting a superfluity of monuments. Baltimore is following the example of Richmond in that matter. Petersburg Indei AppeaJ. Yes, more's the pity! The contem poraries of genius deny it -broad and after generations litrallv give it a stone. Norfolk Virginia n-Vilot. . DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Ilazel Salve does not merely heal on the surface; it pene trates the pores and promptly relieves pain, caused Jy boils, burns, scalds, cuts and skin diseases. It is especially good for piles. Be ware, of imitations. Sold at Parker's Two Drug Stores. Disturbed the Congregation. The person wlio disturbed the conjotgation last Sunday by continually coughing is re quested to buy a bottle of Foley's Honev Tar. Sold by all Druggists. E. MIGHT 5 The well known Watchmaker, Jeweler and Scientific Optician, having sold out the jewelry and watchmaking business to Messrs. A. W. Gholson & Co., discontinues same except the OPTICAL LINE, of which I will make a specialty in the future. Location: Second Floor, Dorsey's Store, Room 1. I Have Had Twenty Years Experience. E. IE. MEGIHIT, Scientific Optician. 223. Just ask for what you want, the Fertilizer made at the Oil Mill in Henderson. BYSPEP SIA nirrcTo nni 1 t vait p i t iiion. sour UIML.OIO TTI1A1 IUU LAI Stomal rio'Ci For Backache-Weak Kidneys trj Delia's Bdnej & Bladder Pllli Sure and Safi E. C. DeWITT & COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. Two (2) Drug Stores. Mother "You say you a going to marry Mr. Wynner. Daughter-"Yes" a Mother "Why, you saiJ last that you wouldn't marry him were the last man on earth. j Daughter I know I did- U thought then that he wasn t jr" to propose." Notice to Our Customer. We are pleased to annonncce tbat FW Honey and Tar for coughs, colJs ani I troubles is not affscted by tbe Pure Food and Drug law as it contain opiates or other harmful dmjrs, ayI(i recommend it as a safe remedy c 1 and a-lulta. Sold by all Drag" Ml real L