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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1909.
5 BSEJSdHRIS WQQV 5 The CITIZENS BANK is popular with money savers. FIRST It is a safe bank. SECOND -It is a bank fjr all the people rich and poor men, women and children. THIRD It is courteous to depositors and aims to accommodate them. FOURTH -It allows a reasonable rate of interest on money entrusted to its care. FIFTH It invites new accounts from all who wish to save or invest money. THE CITIZENS IBANK, HENDERSON, N. C. J. B. OEWN, President. VERY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles Doors, Windows, Frames, Oak Mantels, Tiles, Grates, &c. JOHN B. W ATKINS. l ii'l ITV MM! OF !I1FSS COOPS J J ,NtionH at If. TIIOMASO.VS. 1 1" THAT ( Ol Ml is tkoi.mlfsomp:, ..r t ( 'berry J ui-- ,-tnl Vinol at I'AIl Kl.l.' 'S. It i guaranteed. , of j:hi:st ciiadi: straight 1 ari'i Patent at lowent price. II. TMOMASO.VS. I Mkl.Y IIOSF. Kaflv Sunlight, Irih Vj l ol.l.Ifr anI lied I'.liHH need pita- tnl . at II. TIIOMASOVS. SI-:i:i I'OTATOFS Marly Kow. Karly Sunlight. KeJ lilifcs ami Irinh Coh r l'-t varietit'H grown, at II. TIIOMASON'S. r T 1 1 1 Trunt worthy man or woman in ffn-h enmity to ail vt-rtiHi", receive ,,r..i- ;iml in. 'i n, -IK'- liiHin-Bs for New York M.. ! ii 'l-T IIoiikc. lH.OO weekly; position ,. i r r i :i m-iit : rio invent ment rriiirt'i . Previous . p. ! -ni-f nor t-nf ii t in) to engaging. Spare t.ni.- .ililllhlf. KflfloM' Hell adlln-HMfll ell- . lo..- tor full utrticiiliirH. Allrenn. Clarke (,. U'lK.I.Hali- lejit., 10.1 Park Ave., New i:i.C jour I'.titter and Kggn to The J Whit ten (Jrocery Co. We pay chhIi nr trade for funic I'honc 4.". 1I V line Lawn Chihh Seed and (iar- Seedrt at W. W. I 'A UK KUS. SI I! : the new good at II. TIIOMAS ON'S. They are heautien and rlp-aper t Ii'h neaHon. l rIIKN yon road aliont Vinol, Ilexall, T t and other reined ieH in other paper, make up your mind to get them at !'ai:ki:ks. I 7UW UK NT Dwelling recently oc rnpied I iy Mrs. Singleton on Chest nut Htreet. Thin in practically a new hoime and in firnt-claHH condition with all modern improvements Apply to W. I). HARWELL. IOU IMINT t-room bonne with kitch en, corner of Andrewn avenue and Rowland street. Cood large garden ami splendid well of water. Terms rea wntalili'. Apply to MRS. SARAH A. IIORXER. "IJKAM TS FO R l'L AXTI NO 40 bush I elrt of Spanish peanuts for planting f.r wile. Clean and sound. Price spl. 10 a hushrl. J. S. POYTIIKFSS. . U. S. RAITORT will be at the Mas Henhurg Hotel, Tuesday, April J'ali. for one day only. His specialty i fitting eyes with lenses suited to their Hpecial need. Charges are very moder ate. Airi: have a few nice HAMMOCKS y we are going to close out i;k low cost. thk w1uttkx cuocluyco. Phone 4o. T ST. A WATCH Either at the J J Methodist church or somewhereon the street between there and Mrs. M. (. lraper'H. 22 1, Chava'se avenue, a lady's gold watch and fob. Initial "P." en graved on front case. Suitable reward will be paid tinder if left at this office. KENT The store room formerly occupied bv the Busy Pee Cafe. . W. IWRKKR. IOlt SALL' Fine young mule. Sound and gentle, and all right. J. W. BECK. Most too cool for picnics and fish ing Monday. .1. W . Beck advertises a good young mule for sale. Sound and gentle and a!l right. Mr. C. T. Williamson, of Clarks ville, Va., spent a few days here the past week. Little M iss Bertha Paschall, of Warren county visited relatives in Henderson Easter. Glorious Easter. The day was be.-uitifnl and all Nature and her creatures seemed to smileand rejoice. Mrs. I.C. Bohbitt went to Winston Salem last Thursday to see her son, Mr. I'M I. Bohhitt, and visit some of her schoolmate friends there. Buster Brown and his churns Mary lane anil Tige, will be seen at the Grand Theatre next Wedr.psibiv night, April 21st, in a performance 1 . ! repiere wirn scenic envcts, rich cos t nines and fun galore. Mrs. Missillier advertises a big line "(corsets at greatly reduced prices. Si.nie odds and ends, all standard M'i ility, which will be sold at sacrifice pt-i.-.-s to dose them out. A word to ' I.i.lies ought to be sufficient. An.livw .1. Harris, trustee, adver tises to sell a certain lot of land situ ate in Henderson at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, on Monday, May 17th. For further particulars see notice elsewhere. The second installment of the Gold I s vr's serial story, "Polly of the m us," is given this week. Are you reading this story? and if so what do you t hink of it? We would like to have the opinion of our readers because we want to know whether it is worth while. Wayland, the little son of Mr.C. D Hartim, was badly scalded Monday night by turning a pot of poiling cof- t nV0riiOn hi,nself t the supper tat.ie. his lnjnrj(s wlljje not of a ge nulV'unT are w.v Painful and the HueSr h!W 8Uffered mudl in con silT1;1-' W,Vn ,loublp "Olidav, ob . t -lVUch Barter Monday, iU nire m commemoration of the nn i rcsstovotefor indnq Unitary 7 oiof note oolfords 1 arker, druggist. je.2e. W. 4. HUNT, Camhler. Auction Sale of Lots. Persons interested will bear in mind the auction sale of real estate today. 150 building lots in "Garv's Addi tion" near the Corbitt buggy factory, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder. Terms will be ex ceedingly liberal, and announced at sale. This in desirable property and th sale should attract a large crowd as it doubtless will if the weather is favorable. Sale will begin promptly at 2:J0 o'clock, on the premises. J. L. Currin, auctioneer. . Buster Brown. That delightful.musicalplay. "Bus ter Brown," so well and favorably known, which charms the older folks and affords unbounded amusement for the little odph, at the Grand The atre next Wednesday, April 21st. Everything is new this season, and as usual, the parts will be portrayed bv first clas artists. Master Reed. Thos Colton and Harold West will play the famous trio, Buster, Tige and Mary Jane, and there is a big company and chorus of 40 people. Cementico Wall Coating. Tli is superior preparation for mod ern wnll decoration is sold by J. S. Poythress. An advertisement of Cementico will be found in this paper. Ready for use simply mix with water and npply. Sanitary, healthy, eco nomical. A natural foe to disease germs, and an effective barrier to vermin. Contains no arsenic and offers no rough or absorbient surface to catch dirt and ahsorb unwhole some dampness. More enduring makes a cement surface smooth, dense and hard. Becomes a part of the wall and will not scale or rub off. Concert Monday Night. The concert to be given at the Grand Theatre next Monday night under the auspices of Miss Willie Smoot, assisted by some of Rich mond's noted musicians and vocal ists, promises o be another of those rich and enjoyable entertainments for which this talented and accom plished lady is noted. Benefit of the Kingr's Daughters, saying which there ouc:ht to be a packed house, beside getting the worth of one's money in the high class entertainment pro vided. Prices 35 and 50 cents. Re served seats 75 cents. Tickets on sale at Kerner-MacNair'a drug store. . . Letter to T. T. Hicks, Henderson, N. C. Dear Sir: "Why do people send us such tales as this? D. C. Smith, Madison. Fla., had his mother's house painted Devoe 11 years ago, and the house looks better today than other houses painted with other paint 3 or 4 years ago. They are full of good-will for Devoe. Yours truly, 2H F W DEVOE & CO. P. S. The Allen-Moss Hardware Com pany sell our paint. HONOR ROLL Seventh Grade, Central Qraded School, for Week Ending April 9. Ethel Amos 90 Clara Beck.... 90 Lvdia Crabtree 98 William Harton 98 Pearle Reavis 98 RhodaEvan8 97 Annie Pirie 97 'Lena Aycock 96 Ed Mclntyre 90 Addie Newman 9G David Brvan 95 Will Whe'dbee 95 A BRIDE SPRAINS HER ANKLE. While changing from one train to another a f-w daye ago a bride wrenched her ankle very badly. She was afraid she would be lame for some time for the ankle pained her and was swelling rap idly. One of her fellow passengers brought her a bottle of Sloan's Liniment. The Liniment stopped the pain at once and took down tbe swelliug and next day her ankle was almost as strong as ever. - Mr. L. Roland Bishop of Scranton, Pa., says: "On the 7th of this present month, as 1 was leaving the building at noon for lunch, I slipped and fell, spraining my wrist. I returned in the afternoon, and at four o'clock I could not hold a pencil in ray hand. I returned home at five o'clock and purchased a bottle of Sloan's Liniment and used it five or six times before I went to bed, and the next day I was able to go to work and use my hand as usual. I thought sure I would be laid up, and as we are busy I was very much worried. I cheerfully recom mend Sloan's Liniment to all persons who may injure themselves in any way." Stop and Think One Minnte ! What is your Dwelling worth at the present price of building material and labor? How much Insurance do you carry? $ Leaving a total amount not insured, $ .1 small blaze in vour honse will cause hundreds of dollars of water damage to jour house and furniture in a few minutes. Protect Your Home with Plenty of Insurance It's Good, Safe, and Cheap, at Citizens Bank. Thos. B. Bullock, SEJSES DeWuTS CABBOLIZED WITCH HAZEL GALVE For PUm. Burns Soraa. Baiter Brown Next Wednesday Night. Amusement lovers will be delighted at the appearance here again of that hilarious musical comedj "Buster .Brown,"- which will be seen at the Grand Theatre, April 21st. The cast is headed by the lovable little fun-Tiaker Master Reed. Master Harold West, a most natural child ; impersonator, will be seen in the j character of "Mary Jane," Buster's girl playmate, while this season "Tige" is said to be the best of all animal impersonators who hare es sayed to play this most trying anu out of the ordinary part. Tbe large cast is said to have been well selected while the scenery and costumes are spic and span with newness. Plant More Corn. As planting time approaches the Gold Leaf wants to urge the farm ess of Vance county to put in a large corn acreage. It would be astonish ing to know how much money goes out of theconnrveverv vear for corn. r when the farmers ought to have corn to sell instead of being buyers. Let "hog and bominy" be the motto of the farmers this year and with pUnty to eat for man and beast raised at home there will be less con cern about the price of cotton and tobacco. Personal. We had a call Tuesday from Mr. W. R. Kimball, secretary and treas urer of the Tar Valley Manufacturing Co., Tar River, N. C, who was here to promote the interests of his com pany, an advertisement of which ap pears elsewhere. This is a new enter prise, incorporated last October, with $75,000 capital paid in, the incorpo rators being W. D. and W. R. Kim ball, the franchise carrying water rignis, mmoer, tne building and op erating of mills, &c. Mr. A. B. Kim ball, the well known law.verof Greens boro, is attorney for the concern. All prominent and successful business men in their respective lines of en deavor, and for whom the Gold Leaf bespeaks the consideration and pat ronage or an appreciative public. . -. . People past middle life usually have some kidney or bladder disorder that 8UTM4 the vi taliry, which is naturally lower in old age. Foley's Kidney Remedy corrects urinary troubles, stimulates the kidneys, and re Htcres strength and visor. It cures.nric fluid troubles by Nt lengthening thekidneysscthey win Btrain out tne uric acid tnat set tics in the muHcles and ioints cauRino- rhenmntinm. Sold by VV. VV. PARKER, Druggist. DON'T WAIT. Have your eyes attended to before it is too late. Dr. ? S. Rapport will be in Henderson at the Massenburg Hotel Tuesday, April 20th, and will lit you with glasses that will give you relief. And his charges are most moderate. Remember the day and date, Tuesday, April 20th. "THE LADIES' STORE." BIG LINE -of- COESETS -at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES: Some odds and ends all stand ard goods which we are going to , sell at a sacrifice price. The ladies will do well to come at once and take advantage ofj this opportunity. MRS. MISSILUER. fiRAND THEATRE. A B. S. AR0NS0N, Manager. MUSICALE Benefit King's Daughters. Monday, April 19th. MISS WILLIE SMOOT, ASSISTED BY NOTED MUSI CfANS AND VOCALISTS FROM RICHMOND, VA. Admission 35 and 50 cents; Re- served Seats 75 cents. Tickets on sale at Kerner-McNair's. heavy GROCERIES fAN2I Having bongbt out the stock and succeeded Mr. J. H. J. Ayscue, I will coutinne to conduct the Grocery business at the same place (between Allen-Moss Hardware Co's and Parker's drug store.) It is my pur pose to carr- a choice and fall line of Staple and Fancu GROCERIES, Foreign and Domestic Fruitg, Con fectioneries, Country Produce, Bat ter, Eggs, etc. Prompt attention to all orders and quick deliTery made. Your patronage solicited. H. O. FAWNER. Phone 1 7m Administrator's Notice. HAVING QUALIFIED ASADMINISTRA tor of the etatof Rufua Grissom, de ceased, before the Clerk of tbe Superior Court of Vance county, all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased are here by notified to present them to n duly veri fied on or before the 11th of March. 1910, or thi notice will be pleaded in bar of their re coTery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment. This March 6th, 1909. W. W. GRISSOM. Administrator of the estate of Bafua Gris som, deceased. J. C. Kittsxia, Attorney. Interest in Real Estate. There is no little intewt in Hen derson real estate. reat al of talk and a good deal of trading. This is but another evidence that this it going: to proTeone of the very best years in the history of the town. Proving further the faith in Hender son and its future. How soon we forget the discomforts of a "panic year" and how soon is restored con fidence and how quickly and how sur-ly activities come about. Let's : do what we can to push the town forward and keep it to the front. School Closing. Catawba County News. The one great occasion in the lives of the school children each year is the day on which the closing exer cises take place. The first speech the boy makes before an audience, tbe first recitation of the girl, how great are these experiences in the lives of the children. We are glad our people are taking more and more interest in these oc casions. . It does the parents and the people good to assemble at least once a year on occasions like these. They give encouragement to the cause of education in general, aud encouragement to the children in particular by their presence. "I'd Rather Die, Doctor; than have my feet cut off," said M. L. Bingkam, of Prineevflle, 111. "But you'll die from gangrene (which had eaten away eight toes) if yon don't." said all doctors. Instead, he used Bucklen's Arnica Salve 'til wholly cured., Its cures of Eczema, Fever, Sores, Boils, Burns and Piles astound the world. 25c. at Melville Dorsey's drug store. mo Mr. Jordan's Money Talked. Expended 8.35 for L. & M. Paint to fix up his house. If for sale it will fetch a good price. The painters said it was the 3 gallons of oil they mixed with 4 gallons of L. & M.that did the job at 1-3 less cost than ever before. Its coloring is bright, beautiful and lasting. It won't have to be painted again for 12 to 15 years, because tbe L. & M. Paint is Metal Zinc Oxide combined with White Lead and wears and covers like gold. Sold by Melville Dorsey. Trustee's Sale. UNDER AND BY VIKTDE OF THE power of sale in a Deed in Trust exe cuted on the 17t.h day of September, 1907, by Robert My rick, and recorded in Book 21, page 449. Vance County Register's office, de fault having been made in payment thereof, l snail sell for casn at the Court House door in Henderson, on Monday, May 17th, 1909, the following lot of land to-wit: Begin at an iron stake in Tan'Tard street, Richard Gregory's corner, and run thence along said Tan Yard street N. 36 W. 55 feet to Jacob Hunt's line: thence along Jacob Hunt's line S. 52V4 W. 105 feet to a stake; thence S. 36 h. 5a feet to stake, Richard Gregory s cor ner; thence N 524 E. 105 feet to beginning. This April 14tb, 190VJ. J. C. KITTRELL, Trustee. PAMA'RSIA HATS SPECIAL THIS WEEK. i(S00 GRADE FOR ALL STYLES AT Aronson Clothing Store. HERE'S THE He bought his Easter Suit at Barnes Clothing Store because he knew he could save money by doing so. He knew that they had the BIGGEST LINE $15 SUITS, and the swellest models, either neat or fancy or Blue Serge or, Black Worsted, and that he could get half or full lined coat, full or semi peg-top pants, single or double breasted, slims, stouts or reg ulars. He knew, too, that if he wanted a suit up to $25.00 or more, that. Barnes Clothing Store had it and he could save $2.50 to $5.00 on every suit Don't you admire his business sense and good judgment in coming here to buy his Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Vn derwear, Trunks, Umbrellas any and eveything in men's wear and equip- , ment. Of course you do. Then why .- not follow his example and what vou are looking tor and r' U other fellow." BARNES CLOTHING STORE. puainrv I beg to announce that I have just opened a new drug store with modern, up-to-date fixtures and equipped with a complete stock of pure, fresh drugs, including Druggists9 Sundries, Toilet Articles, Fine Perfumeries, Candies, To bacco, Cigars, Soda-water, etc. My stock will demonstrate that I have everything carried in a firsUciass drug store. Agency for Maillard's Candies. Come and inspect my place under Croatan Club. Near the post office. TTIHJE PQSQ(S(ZZ)Rp H. THROWER, Proprietor. PHONE No. 7. Easter Services it Sooth Hender son Baptist Church. Special Easter services were held at South Henderson Baptist church Sunday. Preaching bv the pastor. Rev. O. Marshall, at 11 oVlor-k. Sunday-school at 10 o'clock, L. W. Hoi Ionian, superintendent. At 3 p. m., there was a special service, lec ture by Rev. J. R. Doan on The Res urrection, which was enjoyed bv all who heard biui. Sundav night the p-istor ( Rev. O. X. Marshall ) preached a special Easter sermon on the "Burial. Resurrection And As.n;nn of Our Lord," from the text, Matthew 28-0, a request being made to have it published. ROLL OF HONOR Second Grade North Henderson Grad ed School for Week Ending April oh. Rena Denton, Ralph Woodlief, Lil lie Kittrell, Romey Liles, Wesley Shaw, Ida Pridjcen Buelah Edwards, Blanche Davis, William Woodlief. Rufus Strange, Butler Fuller, Zola Perdue. State or Ohio. City op Toi.r.nn. I Lrexs County. ) B8" ' Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney 4 Co.. doing business in the City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLRSfor each and every case of Catarrh that. cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D!, 1886. "a. W. GLEASOX. (Seal.) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surafce of the system. Send for testimoni als free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Execution Sale. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION Vi MY hands, issued from the Superior Court of Vance County, in favor of Milliard Wyche and against Alex. Wyche, I will sell by pub lic auction for cash at the Court Houhc door in Henderson, on ' Monday, May 17, 1909, the same being the first day of the May term of said court, all the interest of Alex. Wyche, his equity of redemption, legal right of re demption and reversionary interest, together with all and every other interest he may have in and to that lot of land situate in the town of Henderson, county of Vance, and State of North Carolina, bounded and de scribed as follows: Begin at a stone, Armia tead Fleming's corner, on the North side of New street, running in front of Milliard Wvche's lot; thence along said street East 185 feet to a stone; thence N. 18 E. 177 feet to astone in Sylvia Duke line; tbence N. 56 W. 109 feet to a etone; thence S. 42 W. 280Va feet to the beginning, being the land em braced in mortgage from Hilliard Wyche and wife, Pattie, to A. V. Bobbitt, dated March 29, 1892, and registered in the office of the Register of Deeds of Vance county in Book No 11, page 301. This April 14, 1909. J. S. ROYSTER, Sheriff. 'HOW COME." eet just save monev besides liKe tne ESEUJilBnUTV lis) Tar Valley Rlanuiacturinf Company Attention is called tpthe advertise ment of the Tar Valley Manufactur ing Company, Tar River, X. C, an nouncing their readiness to serve the local public with their products flour, meal and feedstuff. This is a new enterprise, and one that bid fair to attain tbe highest success and fill a ')lonj felt want" if perfect equip ment in the way of a modern and up-to-date plant of its kind and thor ough preparedness to serve every de mand made upon them count for anything. ' Theplantf' is located on Tar River, nearTHT River station, on the Dur ham & Henderson Railroad at what was formerly the site of the old Minor & Beasley milL It has been thor oughly rebuilt and refitted every thing brand new throughout and is one of the most thoroughly modern and bestequippedmillsinthecountry The daily capacity U 80 barrel! of flour and COO bushels of meal. In addition to this there is a complete mill for grinding together corn and cob for stook feed, having a capacity of 10 tons daily. Another great con venience whichVill be appreciated by the public is a large power corn shel ler, with a capacity of 1,250 bushel. As stated above this mill is thor oughly equipped with the latest and most approved machinery. No pains or expense uas been spared to make it the best of its kind. The new mill building is commodious, and the machinery for grinding wheat is so full and complete as to assu the largest possible yield of flour. The plant will be run day and night and being operated by water power, on such an extensive scale, gives the Tar valley Manufacturing Company a decided advantage over other and smaller mills operated by steam. lo quote the language of the ad vertisement, "the people who haul their grain to this mill will have the satisfaction that never existed before in this part of the State as the mill is oi such capacitv that no waiting or coming back will be necessary. The mill will be open at all hours, day and night. Those who try earliest will soonest experience the satisfaction of having accessibility to a mill of the finest equipment for the produc tion of flour and meal of the highest quality. Those desiring to forward by rail will ship to Tar River (feta tion) on the Seaboard Air Line rail road. Such shipments will be handled and milled on same day of arrival and shipped back to station of consigners with return charges paid. Special Values in NECKWEAR lO and 25 cents. OXFORPS! The B0ARDMAN line for Ladies, The LENNOX line (or Children, The WEBER lute for Men. GIVE US A CALL. Thomas & Nercomb. STATEMENT Russian Reinsurance Company, of St. Petersburg. Russia. ' CONDITION DECEMBER 31ST, 190H. AS SHOWN STATEMENT FILED. Amt. of Capital Deposit 200,000.00 Amt. Ledger Assets Lleoeml?r 31st previous vear n3,254.55 Income From Policy-hold ers. f650.01l.93; Miscella neous. tl99.612.31: Total, H49.62.24 Disbursements To Policy holders, f 285.509.9.: Mis cellaneous. f641,949.7: Total 927,459.73 Fire Itisks Written or re- newed during year, 174,812,873.00; la fort... 66,916.294.00 ASSETS. Value of Bonds and Stocks..! 740,050.00 71,046.62 6.233.33 Deposited in Trustt'ompanies and Banks on interest Interest and Rents due and accrued Total admitted Asset..! HI7.329.SS LIABILITIES. Net amount of unpaid losses and claims f 47 lz uu Unearned Premiums 403,733.39 State, County and Municipal Taxes, due or accrued J 4, 4 !. Total amount of all Lia- , bilities except capital. f 4G.,30 34 Statutory Deposits..., 200,000.00 Surplus 151.P,99.1 Total Liabilities 9 Hi 7,329.95 BUSINESS IN NORTH CAROLINA HI RING 1 90H REINSURANCE ONLY. Gross risks written t 245.922 00 Less $32,070.00, risksrao celed 32,076.00 Net risks written. 213.H45.0O Gross premiums received I 2,370.80 JL88 f.Jiu.m return pre miums 310.10 Net premiums receive. $ 2.0C0.7O Losses paid (deducting sal age. 1.1G7.20 Losses incurred 1.1 OH. 20 United States Manr-Paul E Uaor. Ilad Office in United States 52 William Strset, New York, N. Y. Attorney for sarric Ineurancv ommis- sioner. Raleigh, N. C. Business Manager for North Carolina Managed from New York Office. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. 1 I WHASCE IJEPABTMEST. J Itlch. N. C. Feb. 23. 1909. sioner, do aereoy eertiiy taat tne awre i a n m n ilf nT a Wl9 as A sill I jmlvll m4 1ia VnaiA pA.!nanMAM 4 'rm fiiin V ftf U- IAMKMrr Pnuia flLsw) with thin Ife. part ment, snowing tbeeoodmonoi toe com pany on tne ait day oi December, jw. Witness my band and official seal tbe day and date above writtt. JAMES B. YOUNG. Insurance Co mm wionr. NOTICE. I NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT Ap plication will be made to the Gover nor ol North Cferolioa on May ft, 1909, for tbe pardon of E. E. Higbt, now impriaoned upon a eoBTietion of embetzlemeiit at the Fall term. 1308, of Vance Superior Court. Tbia, April 8, 190H. A. J HARRIS. THOMAS M. P1TTMAN. Attorney. Accumulate a. good bank account in THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, rr-VNi THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Henderson, N. C. , GOOD THINGS TO EAT. Full line CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE, 18, 20, 25 and 35c. grades. BRETSCH'S FINE BREAD and FLEISCH MAN S YEAST received daily. We are at your service and will deliver your goods promptly. Give us a call E. A. Kelly & Company. PHONE 364-B. Fashionable: ootwear The besl: styles ever, the sort that distin guishes the wearer as a man who knows the latest in Shoes that well droooed oon tlemen wear. All lengths and widths, in Gun Metal, ViciKid, Patent and all the new shades of Tan. We can fit your foot and your pocketbeok both to your liking. Nice line of OXFORDS PUMPS. LATEST STYLES. HENDERSON SHOE COMPANY, ANDREW J. DAVIS, Jr., Manager. o OOO: The WMtten New Store We have opened a Fancy ten & Co.'s old stand, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Off rJeiv and our prices are just right. Send us your orders and we will give you the best THE whit FINER GRADE GOODS. j have m ade a t.ic addition FURNITURE and expeet to conUnu to add to it, thaa putting oar elre In position to nupply the want of all comra. Rugs and Lace Curtains a Specialty. We have cut tbe price on thee jrood and are doing oar ahare in far nifthing tbe bomen in Henderson with aocb. Agency for SHIP SI AN ORGANS, of which we carry a good line in etock. Come in, examine tbene organs and let tin gire J priea. Henderson Furniture Company. R. R. SATTERWHITE, Manager. THE BUILDING SEASON Wa-tkins Hardware Co. And fortun 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. BEST MAKES. Grocery Co. PJeiv (BgosBo Grocery Store at W. T. Whit- and have a nice line of and! Fresh goods on the market. to oar atock of HIGH GRADE is at hand now, and carpenters and masons aae getting ready for that period of activity by laying in a supply of the neces sary and proper tools fcr their work. No mechanic will quar rel with the tools bought here, because we keep the best that is made, both at home and abroad. Kil