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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1909.
STATBUUiT 07 CONDITION OF THE GH7I1SERJS BANK, HENDERSON, N.C. 27TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1908. Resources Liabilities. LoariH an.l Discounts, 4.V)..U1.U Capital Stock paid in, 100.000.00 Overdraft. 7,7.V.Ol Surplus and Profits, 61.791.17 Stocktt and Bond, 2!.4I1.2." Due to Banks, 28,406.53 H nk'RHeand Fixtures, 10.732.73 Deposits. . 460.016.f0 Insurance Department. 1.N71.73 Cashier's ( "hecks Outetd g, 1,480.60 Cash, on Hand and Items. 3H.626.41 Certified Checks, 42.69 Due frora Banks, 112,i79.41 Total, $651,737.95 Total, f6."l,737.95 Remember, this Bank has One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars of its own Capital and Surplus to guarantee your deposits, and in addition to , this, the stockholders are liable for an additional $100,000.00. ! All our officers are bonded. We are fullv insured against burjrlarv and daylight hold-up. Deposit your money with th CITIZEN'S BANK It will be safe. J. B. OWEN, President. W. A. HUNT, Cashier. VERY LOW PRICES. . On Lumber, Lime, Shingles Doors, Windows, Frames, Oak Mantels, Tiles, Grates, &a JOHN B. W ATKINS. J).USJ.S, Tumuits. Canned Torn and t Tomatoes, and many other good tilings for the tnble. at H. THOMASON'S. 13 RETT Y LINE OF D It ESS CiOODS and Notionsat H. TIIOMASOS'S. IF THAT C(Ji;(iII IS TBOCBEESOME, 1 tret Cherry .Juice and Vinol at I A It KEIt'S. It is ;ii;iraiitwd. I noiii' nm' ciMhn stuaiciit ... . . v; - : ;wil 1 aiem nr. iowi-ki rirr. H. THOMASON'S. IOlt SALE OK KENT Two desirable luiUKi-H, modern improvements, nbout ." minutes walk from business litre of town, for sale nr rent. Inquire nt Mr. E. Stephens' residem-e. ylU lot of jrood Seds just received. y Also Vinol and Kexnll. V. W. I'AKKEK. f VBBA(;i: PLANTS All the best v varieties for sale. South Carolina product, grown out doors, acclimated and hardly, ready to put out and start off growing. Prompt delivery. A. J. CHEEK. rp.KK Iron Ox Tablets or Vinol and rp.KK Iron o .1 get strong. W. W. PAKKEIt. I -ii nrvi' n ...,. .......- rooin house with modern irnprove- inentF, on Kowland street, for rent on reasonable terms. It. C. BOBBITT. IAKLV KOSE. Early Sunlight. Irish U Cttbbler and Bed Bliss seed pota toes, at II. THOMASON'S. 1JAPEKHAN(;iN;.A. Call on James i. Jordan for Wall Paper, Mould ing and Window Shades. Will sell paper as cheap an anybody. All work guar anteed. Let me show you samnles and give you prices. JAMES C. JORDAN. G 1 ET Ledgers and Daybooks from fac tory represenative. W. W. PARKER. lKKl POTATOES-Early Rose, Early Sunlight. Red Bliss and Irish Cob bler best varieties grown, at II. THOMASON'S. IN(; your Butter and Eggs to The ) Whit tent i rocery Co. We pay cash or trade for same. Phone 45. Mr. Roy Beckham has gone to Lit tleton, where he takes a place with K. II. Perry, druggist. An exchange publishes an account of a man being crazed by beefsteak. The price doubtless is what made him crazy. Mrs. Macon Vannof Newport Newp, Va.. came Mondavto visit her sisters, Mrs. X. li. Thomas ami Mrs. A. P. Xewcomb. Miss May Heck will come home to spend Saturday and Sunday, return ing to Wakefield, where she is teach ing music, Monday. Mr. Willard Jenkins, of Salisbury, spent a few days it; Henderson this week visiting his sisters, Mrs. I). L. Parker and Miss Kit tie Jenkins. New goods are Wing received in big shipments at the Aronson Cloth ing Store, as a consequence of Man ager H. S. Aronson 's visit to the New York market. Note change in the advertisement of Samuel Watkins big department store. Low prices on nil wintergoods, men's and women's shoes, &v., to make room for spring styles. Rev. J. A. McCIure and family have moved back to the manse, which at the handsof contractor Robert I5unn has been thoroughly repaired of the damages inflicted by the lire. The Kerner-McNair Company ad vertise the Official Seal, a 10c cigar for oc straight, Fridays and Satur days. Lovers of a choice smoke will take notice and net accordingly. Mr. Norwood Thomas has gone North to Niy spring stock for the firm of Thomas A: Neweomb. Miss Rosa Thomas accompanied him to purchase her line of spring millinery. Barnes Clothing Store is radiant with new spring clothes just arrived. All the new fabrics and nobby styles for young men, middle aged men, sedate men, slim men, stout men all Jlleli. Mis.'D.C. Loughlin and son, David IHighiin, .Tr . left Sunday night for Caluornia to fill an engagement with the Norm Ac Rowe show, the same attraction thev Herewith last season touring the Pacific Coast States. Mr. S S. Drew who conducted a ", l' and 27, cent store in Henderson, has dosed out his business and gone to Wilmington. He had an idea at me time of moving to Oklahoma with his fflnr,v but decided on Wil mington instead. M"- II W. Mixou who recently c'tuie to Henderson to live, has lieeii joined bv his family from Scotland Vm k. They arrived Sunday and are yomfortablv situated 'in one of lr ,s Whitten's houses on Charles street. A cordial weleome is extended them. Mrs. Missillier has gone to New , , to ,,u.v new spring goods. After 8" lias made her purchases she will risit relatives and friends in New Jersey and Philadelphia and will be away alxjut three weeks. Due an nouncement of the arrival and open u of the new goods will be made. Bands cracked and bruised from husking, nn disease, tan. freckles, cuts, relieved at o w,tb Pineealre Carbolized (acts like a pome). Draws out inflammation. Price ol,l by Kerner-MacNair Co. T. L. JoneH, rtdministrrttor.N. Leh j man. lecpaneil, adverti.SPH to sell the j Ivehrriati home place on the corner of I lurner avenue and Zene street at ! public auction to the highest bidder for cash, on Monday, April oth, V.XiU. Sef not ii-e in another column for further particular!. Capt. J. J. Louhlin of Southport, wan a Henderson visitor laHt week, I tli guest of U relative, Mr. I). C. f r it' r 0 1 At I Windmill. lor a lew nays, a loyai citizen of his town, which boastB the finest natural harbor South of Nor folk, he is enthusiastic about its fu ture which only needs a railroad to develop it. .-.. Heavy and Fancy Groceries. Mr. J. II. .1. Ayscue, who recently opened a fancy grocery store in Ilen derfon. has an advertisement in the Ciolp Leaf this week. He has a hoii-e line of good things to eat and his prices are as low as the quality of the goods will justify. "White House" coffees and teas a specialty. Prompt attention to all orders whether given in person or by phone. 2iS (Jarnett St., next to Parker's drug store. Will Open Millinery Store. Mrs. ().(). White will open a millin ery store in the room formerly oc-i-upied by Murrell & Page, next to ha rues Clothing Store. She is this week in New York and Baltimore buving stock and will be ready for business about the fifteenth. Mrs. White has had considerable experi ence in the millinery business 8 or 10 years in Bristol, Tenn., and 5 or i years in Warrenton and under stands how to cater to the tastes of the ladies in this line. - Fitting Up New Offices. Superintendent J. H. Bridgers has leased the store room iu the Beck building r.ext to T. T. HieVs' law of fice and is having the same fitted up for purposes of the Henderson Light and Power Company and the Hen derson Water Com nan v. Handsome oak furniture with frosted glass up per section is being installed to sep arate the different departments and there will not be any better arranged business offices in town when Mr. Bridgers gets everything complete. In Extremis. Mr. Richard Marston was suddenly stricken yesterday and his condition this morning is extremely critical. He was thought to be in a sinking condition yesterday afternoon and was not expected to survive until night. Mr. Marston has been grad ually failing for some time but was able to keep going. He was a re markably active man for one of his years, and his will power and energy wee a subject of remark by those who know him. A good old man, who has the respect, the confidence and love of those who know him, the prayers of his friends are with him in these the closing hours of his long, industrious, useful and honor able life. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach thedisensed portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafnes, and thut is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is cuused by un i n H timed condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is intbimed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely lowed. Deafness is the result, and unleHg th inflammation can be taken out and this tube i restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous sur faces AVe will give One Hundred Dollars for nnv case of Deafness (cnused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Ball's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. 7"e. Take 1 1 all's Family Pills for constipation. A. H. Houff at Home. I have just returned from attending a course of lectures and demonstrations of the new and up-to-date methods in photography. Feeling assured it has been a great benefit to nie, I hope it may prove equally so to my patrons, ever aiming to give them the latest and best. Call in and we will talk the matter over with you. There's always a pleas ant welcome at HOUFF'S TIIOTO STUDIO. New Meat Market. I have opened a MEAT MARKET in the Loughlin building, across the street from the old Dispensary, and respectfully solicite a share of the pubi c patronage. Will have n tsnert cutter in charge and puipose at all times to furnish my customers with the best to be had in the line of fresh meats of all kinds. Prompt attention to all orders. Phone 359 F. GEORGE R. IVEY. Notice of Summons. State of Noth Carolina,! In the Superior Cocntt of Vance. j Court. Southern Grocery Co. vs. William Bullock. The above named defendant will take notieethata summons and warrant of at tachment were issued against him in favor of said plaintiff from the above court on January 28, 1909, returnable to February Term, 1909. of said court, and that alias summons and the warrant of attachment are now returnable to the next term of said court to be held at the Court House in Hen derson, in said county, on the eleventh Mon day after the first Monday in March, 1909. The action is for the recovery of five hun dred and ten and sixty-seven one hundredth dollars, due the plaintiff by account for good and merchandise sold and delivered to the defendant. The defendant is hereby required to appear at said time and place and answer or demur to the complaint. This February 26. 1909. HENRY PERRY, Clerk Superior Court. Thomas M. Pittman. Attorney for Plaintiff. Sale of Real Estate. The Honghtalins: property was sold at public auction Monday as adver tised. The land comprised about 4 acres and was divided into 20 lots, which aggregated f 2,300. It was then sold as a whole aud brought $2,G00. It is not usual that this is the case. As a general thing town prop erty suitable for building purposes will brinar more cut up into lots than when sold in bulk. In this connection the state of the Mrs. Annie Green-Murray property situate nar the Henderson cotton mill, next Monday, will be of interest to investors. This land, about 15 acres, has been divided into GO lots of about one-quarter of an acre each, with suitable streets. Sale will be held on the premises at 2:30 o'clock p. m. T. T. Hicks, commissioner, will give any information desired. - - Death of a Well Known Negro Man. James M. Watson a well known and respected colored citizen of the town, was stricken with paralysis Sunday and died about 8 o'clock that night. He was making a talk tothe Sunday school at the First Baptist church, of which he was a loyal member, when the attack came and he never re gained consciousness afterward. His death is regretted by his white and colored friends alike. Jim Watson was in many respects an exceptional man of his race. While not towering intellectually above his fellows or persuasive as a speaker he had the qualities of leadership well developed and time was when he exercised a strong influence among his people politically. In the early history of Vanre county he was a member of the Legislature for eight years. When a change came in the political com plexion of affairs in the State and county he accepted the result without, resentment and turned his attention away from polities. Deceased was born in Macon, War ren county, October 1, 1842, and was in the 67th year of his age. He married Lucinda Bridirers and thev lived together for forty vears. She died some years ago. He was the father of 1.3 children, 8 of them still living. The humble Christian life that he lead, his devotion as a father and the care and rearinc- of the children after the loss of the wife and mother are referred to by neighbors as the traits of character by which he will be longest remembered. Jim Watson was a carpenter by trade, and had followed it for twenty years. He was an industrious, hard working man, honest and upright in his character and conduct, and had the esteem and good will of those who knew him. He was good na 1 ured, polite, respectful and friendly with all. His kindly face and cheer ful greeting will be missed by his friends. Dr. S. R. Watson, Dental Surgeon, Henderson, - - N. C. Office over E. G. Davis, Sons & Go's store (Dr. Frank Harris's old office.) Off tee hours 9 A. M. to I a to 5 P. M. Final Call for Taxes. Your Town Taxes flust Be Paid Now, or I Will Be Compelled To Collect Same By Law. This is to notify all persons who have not paid their town taxes for the year 1U08, to come forward and do so at once. All taxes not paid by the pre scribed time will be collected by law levy and sile of personal or real property with costs added. This ap plies to all alike it means yon, if your taxes are still unpaid. Further Indi gence cmnot be Allowed Better attend to this matter at once and save yourself trouble and cost. W. H. WESTER, Town Tax Collector. "THE LADIES STORE." GONE TO NEW YORK TO BUY NEW SPRING GOODS. Our purchases will embrace every thing in the lino of Ladies' Wear, Fancy Goods,! Novelties, Etc. Watch this space for announce-) ment of their arrival. MRS. MISSILLIER. NOTICE. THE "THEE SHORT PLACE" 54 ACRES will be sold by me at auction to the highest bifhler at the Court House door in Henderson. X. C, on Monday, March 8th, 1909, to satisfy a debt secured thereon by deed in trust of T. G. Short and wife on December 24th, 18U4. See Register office Book 19. 1'ape 143. This land is between Mr. Cannel Church and the Hawkins or Young Mill pond and is about as near the Harriet Cotton Mills as the Conrt House is. Terms (ash, but arrangemens can be made for credit on most of the price if desired. Henderson, X. C, Feb. 5th, 1901) T. T. HICKS, Trnstee. NOTICE. Sale of Land Under Trust Deed. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX THAT UX der and by virtue of a deed of trust ex ecuted bv R- E. Belvin on ths 2nd day of Oct.. 1907. to" the undersigned trustee, I will sell at the Court House door in the town of Hen derson, County of Yance, on Monday, March 8th. 1909, at 12 o'clock noon, for cash to th highest bidder, the real estate conveyed by the said deed of trust described as follows: A tract of land in Yance County, contain ing twentv-six acres, bounded on the West bv the land ol G. E Belvin. on the North by iirs. S. E. Belvin, on the East by Mrs. S. L. Belvin and on the South by the old Williams boro road, the sale being made at the request ol the holder of the note secured tinder the aforesaid deed of trust. This 4th day of February, 1909 J. k. BB1DGERS, Truste. Death of Mrs. Nannie Edwards. The above is taken from theGreen ville Reflector of Feb. 20th. Mrs. Edwards formerly lived in Header eon and had many friends and ac quaintances here who will be sad dened by the announcement of her death. Sb was an unt of IW.0. X. Marshall. Mrs. Nannie EL Edwards departed tbia life at 5:18 p. m.. on Friday, Feb. I'Jth, at the home of her son. Air. W. P.. Ed wards, in Yet Greenville. The remains were taken to Farmville for interment thia morning. Mrs. Ed ward leaves two sons. Mr. James N. Edwards, of Farmville, Mr. W. V. Edwards, of Greenville, one sister, Mrs. Laura Short, of Spray, N. C, and a brother, Mr. John Marshall, of Nash county. Mrs. Edwards was a member of the f'.aptist church of Greenville and a con secrated Christian woman. She was quiet and unassuming in man ner and waanne of thoBehnmble servants of God who delighted to serve those whom she loved, or those who needed her help. For several months she has been an invalid; since October confined to her bed. A patient sufferer indeed and appreci ative of every attention shown her to a degree one rarely sees, even to the end. During the last weeks of her sickness she expressed a willingness to die and often prayed, in her conscious moments to be at rest. One of her warm friends remarked over her remains "I grieved more for her sufferings than I do for her death." She is at rest, all is well with her. To the beraaved ones the sympathy of th community goes out in this hour. May the Lord bless them and use this dispensation of His providence to lead them nearer to Him "who doeth all things well." Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by YV. V. Parker, druggist. je-2G. . - Commissioners' Meeting. The Board of County Commission ers met in regular monthly session Monday. All the members present except Commissioner Crudup who was detained at home on account of sickness. The only business that came before the Board outside of passing on the usual accounts, was the report of the buildinr committee, Messrs. James Amos, J. K. Plummer and A. C. Zollicoffer, to the effect that they had received bids for furni ture in the vaults of the registers and clerk's offices, and having con sidered same recommended that the ounty accept the bid of the Art Metal Construction Company who; offer to put in furniture as per speci fications furnished at the price of fG.jo.OO. the samp to be paid the first of March, 1910, without inter est. This being the lowest and best bid the report of the committee was adopted and the chairman was authorized to hign contract with the Art Metal Construction Company of Baltimore, Md.. for said furniture at the price of $G.j5.00, payable as above. James Amos, chairman, and A. C. Zollicoffer, county attorney, were appointed a committee to settle with the sheriff. It Costs Money to Paint. It co sts more if you don't. Your house wears out if not painted. Then it costs mo ney to repair it and money to paint it. It don't cost much money to paint with the L. & M. Paint, because 4 gallons o f the L. & M. and 3 gallons of Linseed 0 il makes 7 gallons of ready-for-use p aint at only $1.20 per gallon. Thirty tt ve years use in every part of the United S tates has proven it. Sold by Melville D orsey. GROCERIES Attention! OFF TO NEW YORK MARKETS TO BUY SPRING GOODS. B. S. Aronson, Manager Aronson Clothing Store. ."Wo HWxiunu hlSKiy MELLOW 'IgSoS' Fine Old Whiskeys Mail Orders Promptly Filled cj4Jl Goods Gurnttxtd Under the Nation! Pure Food Lw We are Distillers. Our Whiskeys are aged properly. We ship Wl direct to consumer. Better goods and quicker shipments. We prepay all express charges and ship in plain packages. Pie Gallox. Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (8 Years Old) . . $3.50 Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (4 Years Old) . . 2.75 Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (2 Years Old) . 2.50 Corn Whiskey .... one-half paUon $1.50 Corn Whiskey, 2 Gallons $4.50 Corn Whiskey, 3 Gallons . . . . $6.50 Corn Whiskey, 4 Gallons, . $&0 Old Velvet Rye Whiskey (4 Years Olaj .... 4.00 Mountain Rye (2 Years Old) 2.75 Kentucky Bell (8 Years Old) 5.00 Apple Brandy (3 Years Old) . . . . . . 3.00 Rose Valley Rye (4 quarts) . ... . . . -4.0 Write for complete price list on all grades of Whiskeys, Brsndies, Gins. Etc. Remit money or express order. Send as & trial order Yon get the quality. CLARKSVILLE WHISKEY HOUSE. The Indoor Circus. Two Splendid Performances - Given by the Celebrated Castello Family at the Grand Theatre Last Thursday and Friday Nights. Two years aro when the Castello Loughlin) Family gave their Indoor Circus at the Grand Theatre, the Gold Leaf stat?d that no such per formance had ever been seen in Hen derson before. It was high class in every respect the superb work of finished artists the acme of skill, perfection and grace in its line. So, when it was announced that a simi lar performance would be given last week, we knew what to expect. And expectations were fully realized. The riding was brilliant. Mrs. Cas tello sustained her reputation as a graceful and accomplished artist, as did Messrs. David and Fred. Cas tello. Whether working singly or double in their English bounding jockey act they aregreat. Miss Edith had not been seen here lefore, and with Fred, in their beautiful carrying act upon their horses. White Duke and Black Prince, shegaveherfriends a pleasing surprise. Their riding was a irool second to that of Mrs. Castello and David, Jr., seen here two years ago, and they were con ceded to be worthy successors to David, senior, and Mrs. Castello and finer than these there were none in the business. Mile. Bessie Castello (Mrs. Fred. Loughlin) in mid-air flicrhts on the single trapeze and flying rings, made her appearance before a Henderson audience for the first time also, win ning applause and admiration by her skill and daring. Charles Castello, in mid-air flights trapeze, flying rings and loop-walking concluding with break-away finish and his dare-devil slide from front ceiling of the theatre to rear of the stage, while hanging head down sup ported by one foot, took the audi ence by storm. Charlie has greatly improved in his work and was mark edly better than he was when seen here before. Mr. David Castello, Sr., made good in the role of clown. He mve his friends an agreeable surprise, in fact They knew that time was when he was "one of the finest as bareback rider, acrobat, tumbler aud leaper, and allround showman, but had not sized him up as fun maker and mirth- pro voker as they had occasion to do last week. He was ably assisted by Ernest Brown, who is "there with the goods" whether playing the part of comedian in a minstrel show or acting the fool (no reflection) in a circus arena. The funny antics and were greatly enjoyed bv theirfriends But no more so than was Master Edward Castello, as the musical clown. He looked and acted his part to perfection, showing himself to be a veritable chip of the old block. And if all the small boys in town are try ing to play the clown now "Scrubby" alone will be to blame. He acted his part so well and naturally that they think they can do so too. But it is not "born in them. Taken all together it was a good show, thoroughly enioyed and un stintedly praised by those who saw it. Finding words lacking to ade quately express ourself as to the merits of the performance and the work of the performers, individually and collectively, we publish the pro Come and inspect my new stock of HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERIES. "White House" Coffees and Teas a Specialty. If you can't come, phone No. 17 -1 -... C 1 1 Via M.-hTYirt4lir UIIU JUUl WttUlO Will UC piwiuvij supplied. Goods delivered on shortest nonce. J. H. J. AYSCUE, 308 Garnett St. HENDERSON. N. C. JT(DNI J gram leaving the reader to draw upon his or her imagination to sup ply any deficiency on our part. PROGRAMME. AetXo. 1 Tb celebrated Castello Family in Living representing tome of the famous works of art bv eminent uralrttnr. 1. Ajax IMvtng tbe'Ligbtninj?. 2. 1 oe rentiers. 9. Cain and Abel. 4. Tb Gladiators. ". The Three Grace. 6. The Idel of Ue. T. Rock of Axe. Aft No. 2. CLOWNS FROLIC. Ernest Brown and DaTe Castello, Sr. Act No. 3. , FLYIX0 SAILOR PERCH, By Chan. Castello. Act Xo. . BAREBACK PRINCIPAL. By Mile. Ada Castello. Clown, P. Castello. Sr- Act Xo. 5. MLLE BESSIE CASTELLO, In Mid-Air Flights on the Single Trapeie. Act Xo. G. THE EXGLISH BOCXDIXO JOCKEYS. By Fred and Darid Caotello. Jr. Act Xo. 7. CHAS. CASTELLO, Mid-Air Flights Trapeze. Ring and Loop- alking, concluding with Sensational Break-away Finish. Act Xo. 8. FRED. AND EDITH CASTELLO, In their tieautifal Carrying Act upon their nonww nit Duke' and - Hlack Prince." Act Xo. 9. MASTER EDWARD The MnKical Clown. Act Xo. 10. MLLES. ADA AXD BESSIE CASTELLO. In feata of strength and agility upon the Doublo trapeze, finishing with a remark able test of strength by Mile. Ada support ing Tith her own weight the weight of three men, their combined weight lieing over 600 pounds. Act Xo. 11. SLIDE FOR LIFE. From dome of Theatre to rear of stage while hanging head down supported by one toe By the Dnre-Devil, CHAS. CASTELLO. Act. Xo. 12. A COUNTRYMAN'S VISIT TO THE CIRCUS, where he meets his old school friend, the clown, and joins out. DAVE CASTELLO. Jr. Clown DAVE CASTELLO, Sb. Act. Xo. 13. THE FLYING RINGS, By Miss Bessie Castello. Act. No 14. Concluding with the Comic Pautomime en titled : "THE FOUR LOVERS. OR LOVE IN A TUB." CHARACTERS. Old Man Grouch Dave Castello, Sr. LOVERS. Sailor Chris. Castello Country Lover Dare Castello, Jr. Uuaker hrnest lirown Clown Fred. Castello Mies Prim Mile. Ada Castello The Henderson Concert Band fur nished music Thursday night and the Harriet Mill Band Friday niffht. The music was an enjoyable feature of both entertainments. A Religious Author' Statement. Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman,. Salisbury, N. C, who is the author of several books, writes: '"For several years 1 was afflicted with kidney trouble and last winter I was suddenly stricken with a severe pain in my kidnevs and was confined to bed eight days unable to get up without assistance. My urine contained a thick, white sediment and I nassed same frequently day and night. 1 commenced taking Foley's Kidney Remedy, and the pain gradually abated and finally ceased and my urine became normal. 1 cheerfully recommend roley s Kidney ltem edy." Sold at Parker's Drug Store. NOTICE. Sale of Town House and Lot. 1Y VIRTUE OF AUTHORITY fOX- Wj ferred on me by Hie Superior Court of Vance County at the February trro, 1HU, in the proceeding to sfll the reul wtateof the late . Lienman tor aiwetH to pay nis upuh, i shall sell for rash by public miction to the highest bidder at the ( onrt House door 111 Henderson. JN. C, on Monday, April 5th, 1909, the lot of land and the improvements there on situate at the Went corner made by the junction of Zene street and Turner avenue in Henderson, 1 ., irontmr 10 leen on Zene street and 93 feet on I urner avenue, and adioinine the lots of Mrs. Itobards and others. The lot contniim two dwellings. Sale made subject to be confirmed by the Court and subject to the dower right of the widow of the late N. Jchman. Henderson, N. C, March 1, 1909. T. L. JONES. Administrator of X. Lehman, deceased. Our Mr. N. B. Thomas is in the Northern markets buying SPRING GOODS. Watch this spaf'e for announcement of their arrival. Dress Goods and Trimmings, Notions, Hosiery, Gloves, Shoes and Furnishings, for men, women and children. i Thomas & Neweomb. NOTICE. TY AUTHORITY OF A DEED IX THI ST it executed by .1. I. Hopkins an.! wife of dat September 4, 1102. recorded in !Uok 20 of Tnift IW!n on pajre 242. in RiKit-r' of- f,f Vance Connty. 1 nhall wll lor ran r.y public auction to the hijrheat biddrr at tb Court Honn door in Hendron. X. na Saturday, March 6th, 1909, i, in r.1 lon1 aiu) th imnniTrmniU on tb I 11 TT IW V. " " " ' ' " " u... 'ntth.WMt iridft of itufrhsn Mrt in Hinderson, Mug 100 ft front on th Btreet and runninjc back 150 fed from id rreet beiDff the lot Mr. J. W. Vaujrban con- Teyed to Mm. reran. m aaugnter.an.i ina ehe olJ to nr. nopsinii. This lat daT of February. 1W. T. T. HICKS, Trotee. Trustee's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST Ex ecuted by Mcxm Wycb and Margaret Wychebui wile. on the 24th day of I -- tn ber. 1904. and recorded in Rejrwter of Deed office in Vance Connty, in Book 20. pare 504, I shall mU for eaah by public anction to the bizbest bidder at the Court Hooa door in Henderson, X. C, on Monday. March 15. 1909. at 12 o'clock noon one town lot described a follow: Begin at iron atake corner of Han nah Wyeae lot and rue thence 8 6 W. 50 feet to an iron atake; thence X. S7i W. 119 feet to iron atake in W. D. Horner line; thence X. HVi E. 50 feet to an iron atake; thence 8. H7M E. 112 leet to beginning. Same being the borne place of Mosea yene. Thia aale being' made at tbe reqneat ol I lie holder of the note aeenred by tbe aaid Deed of Treat. Thia the 11th day of February. 1S09. J. C. KITTRELL, Tnto. Accumulate &. good bank account In THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, :A.L . AV, UF 7 - . W ... - - TT--W 1 i V ft THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Henderson, N. C. The WMtten Grocery Go. Rleiv Store ftety Goods We have opened a Fancy Grocery Store at W. T. Whit ten & Co.'s old stand, and have a nice line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES OH Rleiv and Fresh and our prices are just right. Send us your orders and we will give you the best goods on the market. mm QOGOCOOXGOOCOOCCXXXXGCXXXXXXOCGCCO CHANGED The Davis Grocery Company having gone out of business, beg to announce the HENDERSON SHOE CO. as successor. Same stand next door to the post - office -where we will conduct an Exclusive Shoe Business. It is our purpose to carry at all times a complete and up-to-date line of shoes for men, women and children, and in the quality of goods handled and prices charged we will take second place to none. Thanking our friends for the liberal patronage given us heretofore, we hope to merit a contin uance of the same in the shoe business. HENDERSON SHOE COMPANY, O ANDREW J. DAVIS, Jr., Manager. O NEW SPRING CLOTHING Just Arrived, Our new offerings of Good Clothing are in and we just about the swellest line you ever saw. No trouble about the fit or the sat isfaction. If you don't sell you the clothes. AND THE PRICE Barnes Clothing Store. If you want SoinethinLg to Eat and don't know what it is, just call phone Wo. 364 B. We can supply your every want. Bretsch's Bread and Fleishman Yeast received every day. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees always on hand. Kingan's F. F. V. Hams, always the best. Old Virginia Fish Roe, 2 cans for 25c. E. A. Kelly & Company. t And fortune will favor you. "There's no friend so true as a dollar or two." We have nine hundred well satisfied depositors and would like to have your name on our books. y BUSINESS 1 for Spring Wear are exhibiting don't get both we WILL BE RIGHT TOO R