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A BUSINESS Be Sore State Library If Yfi Wilt Yon are right by first writing an ad vertisement netting forth the bargains you of fer, and insert it in the GOLD LEAF. Thug prepared for bus iness, you can. AOYERTISUB THAT IS Worth Having To reach the people of Ileo derson and nr ronnding coon try, let them know the induce ment you hold out to get their trade by a well displayed adver tisement in maim tear IB THE FCUIDAT10K or SUCCESS IX I is j Worth Advertising EVEItY DAY IN THE YEAR. Then Go Ahead. iiv Diivmtec III bULU LtATj T3AD R. MIMING. Publisher. "Oarolina, 0-A.moi-i3sr-A., TT-KTTEjsrs BLEssnsras Attend Her., SUBSCBIPTI01 $U0 Cull. VOL. XXVIII. HENDERSON, N. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1909. NO. 17. 0" Bad Symptoms. The woman who has periodical head asnes, backache, wes Imaginary dark fcpots or six-cks fioatinir or dancing before tif-r eyes, haiwnawing distress or heavy full feeling intomach, faint spells, drag glng-downCling in lower abdominal or pelvic regKon, easily startled or excited, lm-guVfror painful periods, with or with out iHvic catrrn, 13 sunermg rrom we a havi tym case erangements that should tion. fot all of above ly to be present in any ime, or badly treated and such cas run intomaladieswhIcb.de urgeon'g knife if they do Dot mar n rrifiiine extant fins yticrt a ion fj.J ii'im'Mis rn,r-l .1 nir.-s In snr ,, 1 i lit ! . Pi-1 ic m- hai Mio ir. I'lercfw ravoritf; l'rscrir,- h a stronz fti'l";'! I ln.-u.r,.-Ti.,-i.f. f.T-ifcN i,I it n . pn inured lenU-rvnrth mnn- ln?n jT.y rnm-r ..I nrrt ; "-a rv f.r.n-Tirofe;. r T ffy 1 1 11! T l-i T hp vi-rv iu'vl iitcrriii ienia kn.jwn u medical science for the cure of woman pecuuar ailments enter Into Its conioMtion. No alcohol, harmful, or haiiit-forming drug Is to bo found in tho list of Its ingredients printed on each hot tie-wrapper and attested under oath. In any condition of the female system, I)r. Pierce's Favorit Prescription can do only p'xmI never harm. Its whole effect is to strengthen, invigorate and regulate the v !io!(5 female system and especially the pelvic organs. When these are de ranir'tl in function or affected by disease, the Momach and other organs of "digestion leronn; sympathetically deranged, the nerves are weakened, and a long list of tad, unpleasant symptoms follow. Too much must not be expected of this Fa vorite Prescription." It wil not perforin miracles: will not cure tumors no med icine will. It will often prevail them, if taken in time, and thus the operating table and the surgeon's knife may be avoided. omen suffering from diseases of long standing, are invited to consult Doctor Pierce by letter, rce. All correspondence is held as strictly privato and sacredly confidential. Address Dr. li. V. Pierce. Puffaln, N. Y. Dr. Pierc.;'s Medical Ad vlserf 1000 pages) is s--rit Jrie on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps for paiier-covered. or 31 stamps lor 1 loth-bouiid copy. Address as abova. Pity Barber Shop Mtlirell& Page, ProprJetor An Easy Shave ! A " -lick" Hair Cut! I w h.if you irt verv tim you patronize thisHliop. We ure fXMriei. :cd ItnriterH, and jriv- fvrry rustoiner our very Itent Herviep Shop newly furruHlied throiihout. Chaire upholstered in leater clean, cool. Bunitary Wm tolicit your patronage MURRELL & PAGE. HENRV PERRY. INSLftANCE. Aftn-i.tf line of both LIFE AND FIUE roMI'AXIKS rppreHent'd. 1'olicieH iswued mid rlxkn plaeed to bent advantage. Office: In Tocrt House. FRANCIS A. MACON, DENTAL SURGEON. Office in nung Block. Oflic liour: a in. to l n. m.. 3 to B p. m. Residence Plume K8; Office Phone 25. Estimate furnished when desired. No ebatve tor examination PAEH , Pfttn In the bead pain anywhere, has Its Cause. rain isconnestion, pain Li blood pressure nothing else usually. At least, so Rays Dr. Snoop, and to prove it he has created a little pink tablet. That tablet culled Ir. snoop's Headache Tablet coaxes blood pressure away from pain centers. Its f iT.-ct is charming, pleasingly delisntful. Gently though safely, it survly OQualUes the blood circu lutiou. If you have a headache. It's blood pressure. If it's painful periods with women, same cans. 11 you are sleepless, restless, nexvrus. It's blood congestion blood pressure. That surely Is a mrtuinty. for Dr. snoop's Headache Tablets stop H in iS minutes, and the tablets simply distribute the unnatural blood pressure. Bruise your finger, and doesn't It get red. and swell, and pain you? Of course It does. It's con gestion, blood pressure. You'll find It where pain L always. It's simply Common Sense. We soil at 25 cents, nd cheerfully recommend Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets "ALL DEALERS" Henderson Marble Works, ( Branch of the Suffolk Marble Works.) We are located on (,'arr.ett street, next A. T. P.arnes new brick building. We nre prepared to handle or execute any w.-.rk in the Marble or Granite line. No 'ir-er dealers in the marble business in '!'e South. It will be to yonr interest t" pay us a vitiit. Henderson Marble Works. p - A. G. Daniel, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in . . Shingles. Laths. Lum ber. Brick, Sash. Doors and Blinds. Full stock at Lowest Prices. Opposite South ern (irocery Company. Henderson, N. C. Tf-f-san'i w&i asink f i1,v M itA ftn '-? . : 1 1 1 i I . I i 1 ni'ijiilii'ii Liberty of the Press Threatened by Law Establishing Censorship of Newspapers. Man from Missouri Would Show Others Busy-Bodies Who Butt-in on Other People's Business Having Meddled Disastrously With Nearly Every Legitimate In dustry in the United States Have Now Begun to Harass the Newspapers. The Southern Publisher. Tlit article publish on p p;5ron t inn 11 hill recently introduced in the MinHouri Iyiribiturerpp;nlHtriiir iipws pnpT8. bIiowh the drift of proscrip tion run to sfeil in the minds of all too many wouM-h navprs of th na tion and it d-ar jeopl by regula tion of every thintr by law. The arti cle dexervPH the careful perusal and he thouirhtful connideration of every publiBher. The preat power of 1 he press and a fair minded public m due to ie exercised in self-defenHe when a drift in Heen in a. direction that would make a newspaper and even a job printer liablfe to a mini mum fine of $100 if a jury should render a decision that an assertion printed or an article advertised did not exMCtly squnre with the wets in the cane. "We need to be saved from the pernicious influences of rampant rndicpls and their drHstic drifts. Following is the article in question: The busy bodies who burt-in on other people's business travel a 1hii thrtt has no turninir. Having med dled disastrously with nenrly every legitimate industry 111 the United States they huve now liegun to liimiKs and nig the newspapers. Not ontent with cnjoling Legislatures into passing new lilel laws that may result in destruction of the freedom of the press, the Federal Government Ims dinr up an archaic statute under which it is attempting to punish two editors ior rntu-ism 01 tne rami ma canal aff nr. The postoffic authorities are inter preting laws in a way that is humili ating and intrusive to a decree ap proaching Russia's system of sur veillance. The vuljrar theatre trust, quick to note the signs of the time, has insti tuted what amounts practically to a press censorship t h rouj; h out the land. The newspaper profession has en dured the above indignities with an amazingsupiiienes-'. but now the med dlers havedetermined to regulate the advertising columns, thus attacking 1 he very vitals of the business, the time has come for every publisher to tight. The proof that the advertis ing columns are under fire is con tained in the extraordinary docu ment reproduced below. No doubt many publishers who read this bill will smile in derision and esteem it a joke, but Mr. Foristel. its father is in dead ean est, and there is a Foristel buzzing about the corriders of e7ery one of the 4G State capitols. Head "House Bill No G48," sen tence by sentence, and conceive of you conducting a paper under its provisions. It would not be safe for an editor to print the moRt common place advertisement of a corner gro cery unless he acted by advice of a lawyer, an analytical chemist and a detective. "Fresh eggs, 15 for 25c," the grocer pays you to print. Mrs. Pruyn, the boarding-house keeper, reads the advertisement, buys 15, finds one bad, complains to the court, you are arrested and lined $100. This is not it reductio ad abaurdum. It is a plain statement of what could and would happen in your State if there were to be enacted a measure like the following one. The bill which was introduced in the Missouri Legislature by Repre sentative Foristel, designated as House Bill No. 548, is as follows: COPY OF AN ACT neguiaimg advertisements ana pronioit-1 ing and providing penalties for objec-1 tionable, pernicious, false, fraudulent or misleading advertisements. Be it enactetl bv the General Assembly f. fr:. .- 11 of the State of Missouri as follows. Skction 1. All persons, firms, corpo rations and associations am hereby for bidden to print or otherwise to produce, publish, use, circulate, display or trans port, or to cause to be printed or other wise prod need, published, used, circu lated, displayed or transported, any fraudulent, false or misleading advertise ment or advertisements or any adver tisement or advertisements which is or are objectionable or pernicious as here inafter defined, and each violation hereof shall constitute a misdemebnor and be punishable bv a fine of not less than one hundred dollars ($100.00). the determi nation of the precise amount in each case being left to the discretion of the court; provided, that in all cases where the vio lation is for the sake of direct profit as by pay for production, publication, trans portation, or the like, said fine shall al ways bp of an amount not less than three times the amount of such pay. un less treble such pay should fall below the prescribed minimum fine of one hun dred dollars ($100.00). Each day's con tinuance of the production, publication, use, circulation, display or transporta tion of an advertisement or advertise ments such as prohibited by this act shall constitute a separate offense there under. Within the meaning of this act, an advertisement shall be defined to be any mrans of publishing or giviug notice of information of certain things, and shall include' oral as well as phy-ical forms of publication intended to reach a plurality of persons. Among the kinds Words to Freeze the Soul. lOtir BOB D coBBumuuvu. ib vase is r v . : TJ : . : hopeless." These appalling words were fpoken to Geo. E. Blevens, a leading mer chant of Springfield, N. Cv by two expert doetora one a lung specialist. Then was New Diwovery. "After three weeks use," write) Mr. Blevens, "he was as well as ever. I would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy." Infallible for Coughs and Colds, tt's the safest, surest cure of desperate Lung diseases rtt earth. 50c and $1.00. Guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle fne at MetrUWt Port?' dreg store. of advertisement which, within the meaning of this act, shall be deemed either objectionable op pernicious. . or both, and prohibited thereby, are the following Advertisements of "damaged good sales." of "fire sales." "bankrupt stock' or other stock represented in the advertisement is offered, represented or sold as a part of such stock. "Advertise ments stating former selling values, or former worth, in excess of recognized trade standards of such celling valnes or worth, or where values or worth are stated and are represented as worth more than such prices at which the goods or commodity advertised were, sold ill regular course of business to num !ers of persons within a period of eighteen'' months prior to date of such r advertisement. Advertisements which represent merchandise to be other than as stated upon labels or other markings upon containers or packages of such merchandise, as in the case of food la beled and sold in compliance with pure food 1 1 ws of this or other States or of the United States. Advertisements wherein is contained any statement or ; statements of quantity or quality of merchandise to be sold, and containing exaggerated or false statements of quan tity, or where the goods offered are sec onds, inferior quality, or otherwise not of standard quality and such facts are not diecloed in the wording of the ad vertisement. Advertisements offering for sale any merchandise or other com modity described as of one material or substance only, when it is a combina tion of two or more materials or sub stances, especially where the undisclosed material or substance is an adulterant or material used to cheapen the mer chandise or other commodity, as in in stances where goods are represented as "all wool" goods, but are "cotton and wool." Advertisements containing state ments as of fact, when it is a matter of opinion, unless clearly stated a-opinion, as where the words "tbe best in the world," "finest cheviots." etc.. are used. Advertisements in which are contained so-called sruarantees or promise of guar antee of future increase in value of shares stocks, bonds, real estate, merchandise or other commodity. Advertisements predicting future greater values or stat ing present value of stocks, bonds, lands, merchandise or other commodities, and wherein is contained, as an incentive t purchase the stocks, bonds, lands, mer chandise or other commodities, a de scription of the procedure, success or re sults of any similar enterprise or process of manufacture or similar merchandise. Advertisements of remedies for diseases or treatment of diseases wherein symp toms of diseases are enumerated, or wherein claims of superior professional skill are made, or where offers of "no cure, no pay," "money back if not cured." "contract of cure," or similar offers are published. Advertisements in which are '-ontained so-called guaran tees or promises to guarantee a cure of disease, or references, direct or indirect to private diseases of men or women, as when the words man medicine, diseases of men, irregularities of women, disor dered- male or female functions, or the like, are used, or fictitious testimonials as to effectiveness of any remedy or treatment for any disease. Advertise ments of seers, clairvoyants, fortune tell ers, meoiums or the like, wherein are contained any so-called guarantee or promise or guarantee, assurance or claims of ability to predict future events, or claims of miraculous or unusual psychic power. Advertisements offering employment wherein is contained a so called guarantee of results, or where money or other equivalent is asked to be paid in advance for samples or outfits Stand By Your Home Town. Albemarle Enterprise. The place that gives a man his living is entitled to his best efforts to advance everything calculated to benefit the place and the community No man has a right to live in a live town who seeks to enrich himself and not actively identify himself with its int rest8. To be classed as a drone, or chrome kicker and opposed to everv measure believed to be for the good of the citizens is a stigma that should not attaeh to anv man in the corporation. The improvements nec essary to be made and the manner of making them a monument to the enterprise and intelligence of the citi zens is the duty each person owes to the place in which he lives. No man has a right to oppose progress in his town simply because he is not per- sonaly benehted by the proposed 1m provements or perchanie may have to pay a little toward it, for in the .end it will no doubt have proven a wise proieeaing. juei; an join m any movement calculated to better the . town and community in which you jjve -"- I rWaWitt'a TJttlo F.arlv Itinera, thp best I known Dills and the brat pills made, are easy to take and act gently and are certain. All druggists sell and recommend them. . Nothing More Valuable to a Town than a Newspaper. Monroe Journal. The Post is a new paper at Ro k inghum, edited by Mr. W . E. Dokery, audit certainly starts off beautifully. It is full of zeal for its town and sec tion and its enthusiasm must have a good effect in arousing town pride and lot-al ambition. Here is an ex ample: 'lt has an abiding faith in these parts. It believes, and is almost raidy to swear to it, that soon we will have not only "the best town at all,' but 'the biggest town at all.' And the Post is here to take off its oat and roll up its sleeves to make it bigger j and better. Good roads. gooi scno is, good lands and good people! Who can beat it? Let's all join hands and hearts. Make 1909 memorable for all time. And BtewettV Falls will be completed during the year; then the hum of industry and machinery will make sensitive ears deaf and fac tories will become so thick that it will take a census man to keep up with them. Get ready, and all to gether!" And we add that there is nothing more valuable to a town than anews- .... , . , paper WtUCIl nas DOIU sense uu "i- thusiasm. and the Post seems to have a full stock of each. Children especially like Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup, a& it tastes nearly as good as maple sugar. It not only heals irritation and allays inflammation, thereby stopping the eoagh. bnt it also moves the bowels gently and in that way drive the cold from tb sr. tem It contains fto opiate. Sold by all druggists. v mm 1 The mcjt lughly refined sad healthful of baking powdeS. Its constant 'tis in almost every American household, its sales all over the world, attest its wonderful popularity and usefulness. 150 BUILDING LOTS 159 fit GARY'S ADDITION," adjoining the thriving - ON - Thursday, April 15, 1909. Sale to t-ommence promptly at 2:30 P. M., on the premises. I will offer at public auction at the day, hour and place above named ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY of the most beautiful building sites adjacent to the Town of Henderson. " HENDERSON - ANY AND SURPASSED BY NONE IN THE STATE. Ample railroad facilities and all modern necesities, such as Electric Lights, Water Works and Sew erage, Teleplio'ne and Telegraph systems, etc. This will be a rare opportunity to invest your earnings, as the progress of the City lies in that direction, and you will be sure to re ceive a profit in the near future. Come and inspect these beautiful lots before the dty of sal and see the great advantages they possesc. A plot has leen made and can be seen at my office in the court house. The property will be shown to any party who may apply, and full information given. Don't fail to attend this sale. Term will be exceedingly tlberal and announmd at mmle. J. L. CURRIN, Auctioneer. 'We HAND 30 1 V mA i (fith Devoel rWith ntrwSt and progressive town of is a-. live, wide-awake, growing city, with a delightful climate, exivedingly hpalthv. magnificent churcheR of all denomina tions, and the PUBLIC SCHOOL ADVANTAGES EQUAL TO W. IE. (BAKY. npHE Steadfast is a strictly high grade shoe in fit, finish, workmanship and materials a vast improvement over ordinary $5 and $6 shoes. Something you don't usually get a hand-lasted. silk-fitted shoe for the same price you have been paying for cotton fitted, machine-lasted shoes. claim for HOE LASTED BENCH MADE n n. that this integrity in material and workmanship absolute high art in shoe making cannot be dupli cated except in made to order footwear retailing for $10 to $12. We are showing the new Oxfords in tans, patent leather and the dressy dull leathers. The "swellest" line of shoes this city ever saw. Prices $5 and $6 Mmc st MOTR. MOCK HOE CI., toe. Henderson Shoe Co. With ntho Paints $50 Two Houses - Same Size When you paint your house bear in mind what a gallon costs, $5; look out for your gallons. , Shut your eyes to everything; else but gallons. Look out for notions: but gallons. Example 10 gallons another paint, pat-on costs $50 6 Deroe, " " 30 Devoe saves $20 And the paint that takes 6 gallons will wear a third longer than the paint that takes 10. Look ont for the gallons. AIlen-EIcss Hardware Co. Music and Melody For North Caro lina Schools. SOXGS OF SEASOXS-By Mary . Best Jones. Director of Music in the Ueraen way Schools. Wilmington, X. C. Price 25 cents. Published by American Book Company, New York, Cincinnati aud Chicago. With the compliments of the pub lishers we have received a copy of the above entitled work which seems to us to fill a "long felt want" in our North Carolina schools. And ' Songs of the Season" should have a place in the homes of our people as well. Perhaps we cannot give a lietter criticism of the book than the follow ing from the February numlier of North Carolina Education: "No sooner bad our eyes run down a column of the index and glanced over a few pages of this new book than we felt like exclaiming, 'Hurrah! Here it is! a song book for North Carolina schools!' Mnsic and melody and singing how they add to the joy of school days and to the delight of school work! And if the music and songs are just what yon want then all the greater is the joy of making melody with them. "If you are teaching in a North Caro lina school, this new book, hy Miss Mary Best Jones, of Wilmington, contains the songs you want to sins:. In the first place, there are in it both 'The Old North State.' and 'Ho. for Carolina' words and four-part music for both of these stirring songs. This is the first time, so far as we know that both of these fine pieces of patriotic melody have been ac cessible to North Carolina schools in a book of this kind. This alone is some thing to be proud of in this new collection of school songs. "But the book is praiseworthy in other respects. It contains also 'America,' 'Dixie 'The Star Spangled Banner.' 'The Homespun Girl."Bonnie Blue Flag.' and other patriotic songs. It is to be accounted good fortune that all these may now be had in a single collection. And then, there are those matchless melodies abont which ten thousand tender memories banc, like 'Home. Sweet Home.' 'The Old Folks at Home,' and 'My Old Kentucky Home' these, too, botn words and music are to be found in this excellent collection. Soncs in lighter vein and merrier mood are not neglected. 'The Bumblebee s Partv,' 'The Three Blind Mice,' and 'Little Cherry Blossom' will greatly please the little folks. ror morning or evening exercises" a number of hymns are provided, and the religious element in such exercises has not been overlooked. 'Awake, Mv Soul,' 'Jerusalem, the Golden.' 'Joy to the World.' 'Onward Christian Soldiers and 'Lead Kindly Light.' are some of the psalms, hymns and spiritual songs which lend completeness to this very welcome book of school songs. "Welcome is not used amiss. The ap pearance of such a book is a happy cir cumstance for North Carolina schools. We are glad that the author cherished such an idea and lias given it expression with such fine skill. We are glad that the publishers have made such an at tractive book." "Buster Brown" April 21st. Again we an to Inive "Bustr Brown." Min.ir'r , Aronson mi nounces thp little fun npiker ami his bevy of attendant jirls for an ap pearance at the dra ml Theatr April 21st. This year Master Heeil who plays "Buster" has fully demon strated that he is the rirht litth comique in the exact spot, for he is eo immersed in and imbued with the spirit of Mr. Outcalt's character that those who have seen him declare that he is not playing a part, that he is the typical "Buster" himself. As those who have seen the play know, "Buster Brown", is one of the best known and most satisfying of the many latter-day musical comedy at tractions. This reason it is given with an entire new scenic dress, cos tumes and effects, while the cast in cludes the best class of players, amoncr whom are little Harold West, as "Mary Jane," Thomas Colton, as "Tige," '"Buster's" dojr, John and George Gorman, comedians, late stars of the famous Gorman Broth ers' Minstrels, and a big chorus of pretty maidens, and is said to be the best yet seen in its several characters. This latest edition of "Buster Brown" will beserved with all new music and the latest popular songs. . Proposed Good Road From New York to Florida. A Wilson dispatch says Bev. Thad A. Cheatham, who recently returned from Pinehurst, says that a number of wealthy Northerners informed him that the Automobile Association of the North had leagued together to build a macadamized road as near direct as possible from New York to j Florida, to pass along the coast line down to Weldon. and from thene ! either by Henderson or Wilson, in order to take in Pinehurst. The gen tlemen informed him that they j wanted the counties and cities along : the route to help build the road sin-e it-would benefit the hotels and the . territory through whih it pas-ed. aiid would prove a great advertise ment for towns along the route as tourists would be stopping over at different points in their travels. The Carolina, Clinchfield & Ohio Railroad is now running double-head er freight trains to Bostic, the .Sea board Air Line junrtion point. By j double-header is meant freight trains puuea Ly iwo engines, eany an oi the freight is coal and great quanti ties are being delivered at IJostic. About May 10, through passenger service between Charlotte and John son City, thence to-Cincinnati, will be put on, which will mean the open ing of a new trunk line for Charlotte. Charlotte Observer. Swept Over TiUfr. This terrible calamity often happens be cause s careleM hoatmaa ignores the river's w amines growing ripple and faster ear rent. Nat a re's waroiozi are kind. That dull pain or ache in the bA warns too the Kidneys nfe-d attrition if yoo would earape fatal m&ladiea -Dropsy. Diabetes or Brifrht's disease. Take Electric Bitters at oftf-e and see B&ckacbe tj and all joor bent letting return. "After Ionic snfleringr from weak kidueys and lame back, one $1.0O bottle wholly cored me," writes J. K. Blaakenship, of B-lk,Teaa. Only 50c at Melville Dorsey's drnt; store. State Guard Officers. Governor Kitchin Announces Full List of Military Appointments. General Thomas R. Robert son Becomes Chief of Ord nance, Being Succeeded as Adjutant General by Gen. J. F. Armfield. Who is Suc ceeded as Brigadier General by Co!.- B. S. Royster Gen. F. A. Macon Remains as Quartermaster General. Gov. Kitchin has announced his full list of military appointments. ! Some weeks ago he named Gen. J. F. I Armfield, of Iredell, as Adjutant General to Succeed Gen. Thomas II. Robertson, and Col. B. S. Royster, of Granville, Brigadier General to suc ceed General Armfield. Other ap pointments were deferred until a later date. AVe copy from the Raleigh tvemag times the following: Governor Kitchin today announced his full list of military appointments. ngadier General Macon, of ance county, remnins ns quartermaster general, a position he has tilled with great credit for eight 3ears. General Thos. R. Robertson, adjutant gen eral under Gov. Glenn is transferred to the ordnancedepartment. Col. J. G. Hollingsworth. of Cumberland, be comes paymaster general. Col. A. C. Davis, attorney at law, formerly head of the Davis military school, becomes judge advocate general. The full list of appointments is as follows: F. A. Macon, quartermaster gen era 1 . briga d ier general , Vmice cou n ty. . b. Gary, assistant quartermas ter, lieutenant colonel, Vance county. C. II Gattis, assistant quartermas ter, major. Wake county. Mark W. Williams, assistant quar termaster, major, Mecklenburg county. J. W. Dalton. assistant quarter master, major, Forsyth county. J. L. Currin, assistant quartermas ter, captain, Vance county. Thos. R. Robertson, chief of ord nance, colonel, Mecklenburg county. W. F. Robertson, assistant ord nance officer, lieutenant colonel, New Hanover. J. B. Thomas, assistant ordnance officer, major. Franklin county. A. K. Powers, ordnance officer, major, Pender county. J. C. Mills, ordnance officer, major, Rutherford county. J. M. Campbell, ordnance officer, major. Buncomtie county. J. G. Hollimrsworth, paymaster general, colonel, Cumberland county. W. W. Pierce, assistant paymaster general, lieutenant colonel, Duplin county.' R. T. Daniel, assistant paymaster, major, Halifax county. R. G. Allsbrook, assistant paymas ter, major, Edgecombe county. K. L. Conn, assistant paymaster, major. Wake county. K. G. Sherrill, assistant paymas ter, major, Guilford county. A. L. Davis, judge advocate genera I, colonel, Wayne county. V. C. Bullard, assistant judge ad vocate general, lieutenant colonel, Cumberland county. T. A. Lyon, assistant judge advo cate general, major, Bladen county. J. D. Proctor, assistant judge -advocate general, major, Robeson county. A. L. Godwin, assistant judge ad vocate general, major, Gates county. Elijah Moffitt, ussistant judge ad vocate general, major, Randolph count v. Bank Advertising. At a recent meetingof the members of the Philadelphia chapter of the American Institute of Banking Mr. T. D. MacGregor, of New York, man ager of the publicity department of the Banking Magazine, emphasizes the ljenefits that accrue to financial institutions from the use of printer's ink and paid splendid tribute to the value of newspapers in the capacity of mediums. Mr. MacGregor said in part: 'The two most important factors of resoltful advertising are right mediums and rijfht copy. The daily newtpaper is the most valuable advertising roediaia for any hank seeking local trosinetM. There is no letter way to reach a larger numlier of persons cheaply and effectively. "The newspaper is a part of the laily life of the American people. It goes every where. Everybody readf it. Every day it comes entirely Jresh and new. If be is wise the advertiser in it makes his message fresh and new daily too. "The daily newspaper ean best give the constant repetition that wears away for- getfolness and forces attention. It ena bles the advertiser to tell bis story quirkly. "It makes it potwible for Lim to reach many whom be could reach to advan tage in no other way, as everybody who reads at all reads some newspaper. "Size of circulation im not the only thing to be considered in choosing an advertising medium. There is a quality as well as a quantity factor which enters into the cane. For some kinds of adver tising 20.000 of a high claas circulation is worth 100,000 of a poorer class. "The editorial policy and the charac ter of the news columns of a newspaper have an important bearing op on the ad vertising valne of the medium. A wide awake paper which is clean, ably edited and progressively managed is a splendid place for an advertising bank to present ita announcements." And what is said of banks applies with equal force to other line of-bu iness the retail merchant especially. Any Udy reader of this pter will rwrire. on mat,a.leTer,No-rrip CoffmiKlrsiaef Coupon privileg. from Dr. Snoop. Kartiw. WU. It is silver-plated, very pwrtty. d poeiti ely pre Tent all dripritr of tea or eof tee. The Doetor seods it. with hi zurw fevs book on "Health CoBee" simply to iwrrodtK this rlerer nubstitul for real eofte. Dr, Hboop's Health Coffee is gsiaiasJ t rrt popaUrity because of: f rt. its exjuidt taste and Savor; teeond, it absolute beattb fnine: third, ijs economy lVi!b 25 eeste; fourth, ita eoBTeeoiene. No ted loss 20 to SO minutes boiling. Vad ia a minate" says Dr. Snoop. Try it at your grocer's, for a pleasant surprise. Sold by all dealers. 5 Qhe TDome Cbeerful THE Home CksrrM is k , bright hems. Horn ravirpn mnt is mostly wall decors ttoit. ImsrcMivc psssrs sr aUo t PprtSSrxir: thr sre mot cheerful. Cheap pascr soil qaickh. AU wall pssers sad Lslsomtaet art uatlst w&ssaitary. 4 Decorate tKis year with Ret. U. S. Patent Office. The modern, ideal wall trearmemt. Beautiful, britfht. cleaa, saaiiary. 4 Not a mere surface coatiaf wfll jot crack, seel or rub off. Dust sroof. Damp - proof. Fire - proof. Colors harmless. Easily mixed with water and applied hy any ont wio cam wield 4 brush. Fifteea Beautiful Tiats sad CU rs: artistic restful, chterfvt. Scaled 5 lb. peckafes. eeoaomi cal. AA for Cemeatico Color Chart. Made only hy United States Gypsum Co. Sold hy J. S. POYTHRESS, , Henderson, N. C New Meat Market. 1 have opened a MEAT UARKKT in the Loufrhlin building-, uitohs the street from t he old Disiieimary. and resiieetfullv solirite a atiare of the publV patroiinKw. Will have in -xerb cutter in rharire and purpose at all times to furnish my Customers with the best to tie bad in the line of fresh meats of all kinds. Prompt attention to all orders. Phone 350 F. GEORGE R. IVEY. Publication of Summons. THE STATE OF NOltTH L'AltOLINA: To James H. Henderson, Nannie M&fkey. Joseph Henderson. Liztie h'ogg. Hopkins Iturwell and Carrie Itnrwell. colored, late of Townesville, N. I'. iUKETIX0: You and each of you am hereby summoned to spiear at the nekt Superior Court to lie held for Vance county at the Court House in Henderson, and plead, answer or demur to th complaint of Susan Henderson, already tiled in this court, in which she alleftea that a certain paper purporting; to be a deed from Joseph Townes, James Townes and Isabella H. Townes to Peter Henderson, dated May 2H, 172, is a forirery and asks the court to cancel the same. And you are further notified that unless you ap pear and answer said complaint or defend said action at mud term plaintiff will de maLd judgment according to the prayer of the complaint. Witness the signature of the Clerk and seal of said court. (I.. 8.1 HENRY FKItKY, Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance County. X. C. Laxative Froit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative. Does not gripe or nauseate. Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action of the stom ach, liver and bowels. Pfua ubtHuts. Prtco 6O0. For Sale at PaiWi Dm Storp. IVomon Ucstattto f2er tea teste cs, trt&tzay Etsied fcdr trcrtle. Qa fitsml fcredirafcSws. Dt wxU tm yesr esse b tsfcxiss em uke Ctrtd la Use. It Is a uie, refJiMe utddzt Acr x3 wests. (pw S1IIB Take Ers. Cesn Csre, el Pierce, n-W tried Carts! asa'afier vsritttttt: "Itsasassf ferer frca all tarlsct Is aelrcstSe, txi pais b cy tUt, drawfcj cifss ta cy foresaid act, dees, Lsi tsrtsess ef cresS. "staffered Isr years, ta- cry fcsT&ssa' lasfeted ea eytryfcj CzrtzL TteCrst fcs2e c?e ce rt2d i caw I tn rrrrl trcl" Try CaL I! trCItti? ysx" CO ,f.