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THE HENDERSON GOLD L.EAF THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1909.
m. - The Gold Leaf. THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1900. The Little Country Paper. Denver Post. When the erenin shade is fallin'attheeudir.' o' the day. An' a feller reta from tabor nmokic at hi pipe o' clay. There's notbin' does him so much pood, be fortune np or down. As the little country paper from his or Home Town. It ain't a thing o beauty, an' its print ain't always clean. But it straighten' out his temper when a feller's feelin' mean: It takes the wrinkles off his face an' brushes off the frown'i That little country paper from hi or Home Town. It' tells of all the parties an" the balls of Pumpkin Row, 'Bout who spent Sunday with who's girl, an' how th' crop'U grow. An' it keeps a fellow posted 'bout who's up an' who is down, That little country paper from hi or Home Town. Sovf I like to read the dailies an' the story papers, too. An at times the yaller novels an' some other trash don't you? Bat when I want some readin' that'll brush away a frown I want that little paj-r from my o:' llonr' Town. The Local Paper Uiually What the People Make It. The Washington Progress has passed its 23d y'ar and in taking note of the fact it makes these com ments among others: It ha stood all these years for those thingB that look to the betterment of oar people. It is the duty of all to stand by the paper and encourage its efforts. Any section is largely judged by its local paper. The local paper is usually what the people make it. Xo business can prosper with out liberal support and we ask the lib eral support of the public in order to enable uh to enlarge our field of endeavor and make the paper more useful. Adrertise Now All the Time. Advertisers should appreciate the fact that the time to advertise is ill the time. Never was there a more advantageous time to do real live advertising than the present. If we could only realize it there is some thing doing in the world the busi ness world and advertising is the lever by which the business world is moved. Henderson business men are asserting themselves along the line of advertising as they have not done before perhaps. Competition in business is sharp and the advan tage is to him who seizes opportu nity and mnkes the most of it. It is up to these business men to make the most of the opportunity Advertising and Buildiug and Loan Associations. Charlotte Chronicle. The Concord Tribune is felicitating itself that one of the building and loan -associations in that city has been doing considerable advertising with it during the past two weeks. This means that the association in question is going to do some busi ness. The Charlotte associations, perhaps the most successful in the South, were liberal advertisers from the start, keeping themselves con stantly in the eyes of the public. If a law were passed forbidding them'to advertise their business, they would at once surrender their charters. Ad vertising pays in all lines of business, but is particularly effective in the case of building and loan associa tions. Success Magazine. Success Magazine for April contains the inside story of the water-ways vjnovement iu an article, "The Man Who Boomed the Nation," by John L. lathews. Walter Prichard Eaton at tacks the indecent drama of the day in "The Trail of the Tenderloin." Charles Edward Russell discusses the political issues of the day under the title "After 1912?" The junk industry is pic turesquely descrited in an article by Rufus II. Gillmore in an article, "His Eminence, the .Junkman." There is an anonymous paper, "The Frank Thoughts of a Second Wife." and an editorial by Orrison. Swett Marden,"Are You Super stitious?" The compromise of the Montgomery-Dixon libel case was a happy termination to what promised to be a very bitter trial. We have not heard who calmed the troubled waters but it looks a good deal like the fine hand of ex-Go v. Aycock, who is one of the wisest and most persua sive men in the world. Thomas ville Charity and Children. Dr. Kichard II. Lewis' resignation as secretary of the State board of health should not pass without re mark. He has served the State long and excellently well. Dr. Walter S. Rankin, of Wake Forest, will, we doubt not. till the position worthily. To succeed such a man as Dr. Lewis is in itelf an honor. Charlotte Ob server. In sentencing those Powhatan ne groes to the death-chair Judge Hund ley spoke to them words that should be read and preserved by all the mem bers of their race. Hut what cares the average negro for the words of a white man. So far as they are con cerned they are given to the winds. Farm ville (Va.) Herald. We are glad that some of the pa pers have printed a picture of the Whitla trirl, sister of the now famous Willie. They go further and give the information tlmt while the boy was in the hands of the kidnapers, the girl was at home with her mother. Good girl! Given ville Reflector. If yon hnve barkaVhe ami nrinary troubles you should take Foley's Kidney Uemedy to strengthen and build up the kidneys o they will art properly, us a serious kidney Tremble may develop. Sold by W. W. PAR KER, Druggist. "You get twice as much pay as I do," grumbled the boy, "and it ain't fair!" "There's a difference between "us, kid," majestically answered the elevator starter, "you're merely a necessity. I'm a luxury.'" Chicago Tribune. Foley's Honey and Tar is a safeguard -against serious results from spring colds, which inflame the lungs and develop into pneumonia. Avoid counterfeits by insisting npon having the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar. which contains no harmful drugs. Sold iy T. W. PARKER. Prnmrlst Western Barbarians. j Pious but Silly Creatures Who Seek to Enlighten the Poor ' Benighted Mountain Folk of 1 North Carolina by Sending Them Bright Colored Mag azine Covers. Thomaaville Charity and Children. The current issue of the Woman's Home Companion, which is enclosed in brilliant covers contains this inno cent bit of correspondence that looks verv pious and pitiful: "We are exceedingly glad to get letters from our readers, telling ex actly how the Companion is for them a 'tool for service.' These letters seem to us especially helpful and sug gestive: "iJear Companion: Would you like to know what lecome6 of you after grand mother and John and Lad and wee Alice and I have read you through and through? First, I clip off your beautiful covers and send them to a missioner up among the hills of North Carolina. They are dreary places, the homes where these mountain folk live. Read what she says and see how glad ehe is to have the covers. 'Plaster is almost unknown here. The better houses are wood ceiled and with very few windows, sometimes only one, so the room is always dark, ftright pictures on the dark, smoke tained wood relieve the barrenness greatly.' Isn't it a wonderful mission to carry cheer into lonely lives?" There is more to this interesting letter, but the above is sufficient for our purpose. Tle sender of these bright and gaudy pictures for the ceilings of the better class of our mountain homes is an honest soul, no doubt, and reminds us of the woman who burst into a passion of tears over the ice-house at Mount Vernon, thinking it was the tomb of Washington. Iiut that missioner tbnt pious missioner who is giving her sweet life to the taming of the savages what shall we say of her? We have heard from her oft before. She can !eat the world drawing a picture of dreariness and desolation into which she is .throwing a softand saving light. The missioner must know that some of the fines't and most convenient homes of the State are to be found in Western North Carolina, and that the lives of the people in that section are no more bleak and barren than are those .of the rural regions of New Hampshire and Maine! Whv will our friend, the missioner, persist in playing the mar tyr in the mngnzines which have a wide circulation among the barba rians she has come to rescue? The mountain people are not a whit bet ter than the people of other sections of the- State, but they are just as good, and that means that they measure up very well with the mis sioner who is dying to redeem them. Of course there are illiterate, crude and unpromising people among the mountains, but so there are in every section of the United States that we have visited. It is wrong, unjust and unchristian to hold up to public scorn a whole people and a whole section because of the extreme cases that are to be found anywhere, and in proportions more nearly equal than is sometimes supposed. "I am holier than thou" is not a popular doctrine in North Caralina or any where else. Our friend the missioner can find a field white to the harvest a good deal nearer home than "up among the hills of North Carolina. ' 4 Cervera. Charlotte Observer. Americans can afford to stand un covered at t he grave of Admiral Cer vera. He was a civilizing force on the Spanish side during our little brush in Cuba and there can be no doubt that through his influence many atrocities of war, inbred n the Spaniards, were curbed. Our 'pris oners that fell into Spanish hands might not have been treated as pris oners of war, but for the high ideals of Cervera as a commander. The rescue, or capture, of Hobson, and his companions', was accomplished by a party of which Admiral Cervera was the leader, and Hobson's only insignia of rank, a belt and buckle, was recognized by the Spanish com mander, who gave his prisoners the attention and treatment accorded I5y the rules of civilized warfare. It was reported that Cervera had placed them in Morro Castle, so that, shell ing that fortification, the Americans would be firing upon their own men, but after the war was over, it devel oped that the prisoners had never been inside of Morro, but had been "entertained" in Cervera's own quar ters in Santiago. When Cervera sur rendered it was with the grace of a commander who recognized the inev itable and bowed to it. His conduct -as a prisoner of war won for him the respect of all the American officers and of the Government, as a whole. His gallantry was but ill-requited by his own people, but through it other nations were moved to view the gov ernment he served through kindlier eyes and with softened emotions. Do you have that dark brown taste in your mouth every morning when you awake? If so. you are billions and should take two or three of those little ULOODINE LIVER PILLS. Easy to take, never sicken, weaken or gripe, 25c mailed byTheRloodineCo..Inc, Boston, Mass. Sold' by W. W. Parker, Sjwcial Agent. v Home Telephone Company Improv ing Its Lines. Rocky Mount, March .U. Mr. F. C. Toepleman, of Henderson, General Manager of the Home Telephone nnd Telegraph Company, arrived in the city yesterday to lo'ok after the work that has already begun upon the re building of the toll lines of the com pany .from tin- place to Spring Hope. The work of securing rights of wav' has jusrbeeu completed and a large force of hands has leen put upon the work of rebuilding. All toll lines will le of copper and metallic cir cuits, thus 'making a material im provement in the present service. After the work of rebuilding from Spring Hope to this city is completed the construction crew will be put upon the work of rebuilding and making certain changes in the toll lines from this city to Tarboro. - The old fashioned way of dosibg a weak stomach, or stimulating the Heart or Kid neys is all wrong. Dr. Shoop first pointed out this ejror. This is whv his nrescrintinn Dr, Whoop's Restorative is directed entire ly to thecaase of these ailments, the weak in side or controlling nerves. It isn't so diffi cult, say Pr. Snoop, to strengthen a weak Stomach, Heart, or &idneyp, if one goes at it correctly. Each inside ortran has its control ling or inside nertr. When thee nerves fail then those organs most -surely falter. These vital truths are leading druggists everywhere to dispense and recommend Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Test it a few days, and see! Improvement will promptly and surely gIIof. SoH br nil dealers. ' Jefferson Standard Absorption of Southern Life by- Strong Raleigh Organization Highly Gratifying to Policy holders Details of Recent Transfer Carrying $4,-500,-000 of Insurance. Special to Wilmington Star. Fajetteville. N.C., April 4. Today was consnmated one of the most im portant deals thatijas ever occurred in the annals of Southern insurance. The Jefferson Standard Life Insur ance Company, of Raleigh, N. C, came to the rescue of the policyholders of the Southern Life Insurance Com pany of Fayetteville and guaranteed to them that their insurance would be protected by the large assets of the Jefferson. 1 It has been known for some time that the Southern Life would rein sure its policies, several flattering of fers were made by large companies throughout the country to obtain this business but the directors of the company looking to the interest of the policyholders and knowing the strength and standing of the Jeffer son selected it after mature delibera tion. In effecting this reinsurance and protecting the policyholders, the Jef ferson Standard Life Insurance Com pany is in no way directly or indirect ly connected with any transaction of the Southern Life. The policyholders of the Southern Life Insurance Com pauy are to be congratulated upon their good fortune in having their insurance policies guaranteed by the Jefferson which is one of the strong est if not the strongest life insurance company South of the Mason and Dixon line, and one of the strongest in America. It has a surplus to policyholders of nearlyhalf a million dollars. It is well managed, con servative and is backed by some of the most prominent financiers in the South. The officers of the Jefferson are Joseph G. Brown, President; P. D. Gold, Jr., first vice president and gen eral manager; Charles W. Gold, secre tary and superintendent of agencies; Charles W.Gamwell, resident actuary. Ex-Governor Charles B. Aycock and Judge R. W. Winston were special counsel for the Jefferson in making the transfer of the business. The re insurance agreement was fully ap proved by James R. Young, Insurance Commissioner of North Carolina. The amount of insurance trans ferred is. about f4v00,()00. The" stockholders' meeting was largely at tended and much interest was manifested- The insurance commissioner of the State was on the scene of ac tion to see that the policyholders' interests were fully protected in ar ranging details. The agents of the Southern Life Insurance Company who have written in three years a large amount of insurance in force, will it is understood remain with the Jefferson. Many of the general agents and field managers of the Southern Life attended the meeting and urged reinsurance with the Jefferson know ing that the interests of the policy holders would be fully protected thereby. The citizens of Fayetteville while regreting to see the Southern Life retire from business are highly pleased that the policy-holders are fully pro tected. We often wonder how any person can b persuaded into taking anything but, Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and lung trouble. Do not be, foolod into accepting "own make" or other substitutes. The gen uine contains no harmful drugs and is iu a yellow package Sold by W.W.PARKER, Druggist. Prison Board Cuts Salaries. Raleigh Times. 7th. After lono- deliberation vesterdav the board of directors of the State prison decided to reduce the salaries of the prison officials, thus begin ning their administration with a Hp- crease of operating expenses, begin ning at tne top. mat the new board intends to see to it that prison affairs are economicallv administered seems evident from this move and from the earnest attention each member of the board is giving to every detail of the management of the prison. superintendent J. J. Laurrhinir- house has assumed control. Ex Superintendent J.S.Mann left yester- nay ior ins Home m Hyde county. The uew suDerintendent can onlv hope to equal the record made by his predecessor. It is not thought pos sible that any man can surpass it. A few of the financial achievements of ex-Superintendent Mann are as fol lows: TTp lias naif! nil rtrai-1afrn ncoaruu out of prison funds. Under Republi canism tnese were paid by the State and amounted to about &5.000 npr year. He has increased the salaries oi employes. Guards from $15 per month to $25; farm supervisors from $oOtand $ 00 to $100; and others in proportion. In 1U0G the prison paid G,584.07 for paving the walks of the capitol square. In 100 the prison paid to the gen eral fund of the state treasury $17o, 000, and during 1907 and 190S it paid for the support of the hospital ior tne dangerous insane 0,200. making a total previously paid from the earnings of the prison to the use of the State of $100,784.07. Thi " ' - - - - j added to the balanceon hand Decern ing 31, 1908. would make the sum $345,400. Deducting from this $20, 015.11, which was the net balance received from the management of the prison under Governor Russell's ad ministration, the prison had left $324,844.80, which represents the surplus of earnings over expenditures under the present management dur ing the last eight years. Yesterday the new board reduced the salary of the superintendent from $3,000 to $2,500; the salarv of the clerk from $2,000 to $1,500. The salary of the warden, which is $l0O, and of the prison physician, which is $75, whs not changed. 1 Mr. T. P. Sale, sanitary inspector of this city, who is elated for tne po sition of warden, is eoufined to his home with pneumonia. The election of warden was deferred by the board and Captain Fleming will serve until his successor is elected. ovl should not delay under any circum stances in cases of Kidney and Bladder trouble. You should take something promptly that you know is reliable, some thing like De Witt's Sidney and Bladder Pills. They are anequaled for weak back, backache, inflammation of the bladder, rheumatic pains, etc. When toi ask for De Witt's Kidney and Bladder'Pills be sur you get them. They are antiseptic. Accept no substitutes. Insist npon getting the right kind. Sold hy all druggist. I r AILS WKWtWWKm I i 7 f I XmMmmmmmmmA I longer than fencing of inferior grade. i it I II i ii v x j msimssmm mmmzsu i . : fc 14 JTo! You could not buy at that price if you bought 3 1,000 tons, but we are selling at the same ratio. ' Ask your dealer for the 9-3-3 High Grade Fertili- i zers'made in Henderson, and don't pay him but 5c. per 3 sack or 50c. per ton more than he asks for 8-3-3. The extra 1 per cent, is worth more than 50c. as the 3 increasing thousands of users are daily proving. 3 , BUY ane help those who are paying wages and taxes to help 3 you. 3 Morttlta Cottttomi (D)nfl Co. F. E. SCHRODER, Manager. 3 Henderson, - - VS. C. I iiiMtiMMuimiimmiuinAiiiimwinnminuwitnniin f 9 WMIS EXPRESS We Lre the only whiskey house that maLiwifac- tures our own corn whiskey. ALL -OUR GOODS ARE SOLD BY THIS LIST AND NO OTHER LIST Anheuser-Busch Beer, per 4 Dozen Bottles, Delivered, $5.00- llf crate and empty bottles are put in Express office and shipped to the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co Richmond, Va., and receipt sent back to us, we will return you $1.00. Old R. V. Jones wn Whiskey 4 qts 10 years old , f 4.00 Old R. W. Jones' corn Whiskey,. 8 years old 3.50 Old R. W. Jones corn Whiskey i years old 3.00 Old R. W. Jones corn whiskey 2 years old .2.50 Corn Whiskey by the half gallon 1.50 Corn Whiskey 4 gallons 2 years old 8.50 Corn Whiskey 2 gallons 2 years old 450 Corn whiskey 3 gallons 2 years old... ...6.50 Per gal. Three Feathers 4 qts $ 8.00 Rye Whiskey Old Velvet 4 years old 4 00 Mountain Rye 2 years old... .l.2.75 Kentucky Belle Rye Syearsold 5.00 Echo Spring Rye 8 years old 5.00 Silver Brook Rye years old 4.00 Mountain Spring Rye xxx 4 years old..3.50 Log Cabin Rye 3 yenrs old 2.7o Mountain Spring Rye xx ...."...2.75 Excelsior Rye 2 ypars old 2.75 Uoldn Crovn Rye years old 3.00 Professor Jones Rye 2.50 Apple Brandy Home Made 8yearsoid!!!..50 Baltimore Apple Brandy 3 years old 3.00 Ginger Brandy i'. 2.50 Peach Brandy 10 years old..... ..".."."".ToO Peach and Honey 2 50 N. B. 1 gallon corn whfxkey and jng F. O. B. here ; - 1.65 Take our advice and buy HOME MADE COPPER-DISTILLED Corn Whiskey made by us in the old fashion wa. We are one of the few that make our own Com Whiskey, so you can get it direct from the still. All orders must be accompanied by Cashiers Check, Post Office Money Order, or Express Money Order. No individual checks taken unless party is known to us. No stamps taken for whiskey. No goods sent C O. D. REFERENCES : First State Bank and Planters Bank of Clarksville, Va., First National Bank of Oxford, N. C. SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Clarksville Whiskey Hcruse, Clarksville, VirgiiiiaL. P. S. All Whiskies Delivered Express Prepaid in plain boxes if desired. N. B. lallon Corn Whiskey 100 proof and jug F. O. B. here $2.15. inn mmsmmmsm, - 4 . FERTILIZER . I I W KEEP THE l? : THAT NEVER C. CHICKENS I U lUtLUtailUtUtUt ViaiLUClliUttD I "iW , 5 : : COLUMBIA GUANO CO. NORFOLK, VA. S DID YOU EVER BUY mm ir I 7o0 A TOM HOME MADE GOODS 1 The Latest Price List PREPAID TO YOUR CITY. Barrelled Goods. Cherry Wine 3.00 Old Cherry 8 years old 4.00 Port Wine 2 50 Scuppernong Wine 2.50 Claret Wine. 2.25 Blackberry Wine...., 2.25 Holland Gin 3.00 Rose Gin 2.50 Bottled Goods. N French Brandy Per qt . 3.50 Cane Spring Rye 4 qt (bottled in bond U. . S. Government Stamp) '. .6.00 Green River Rye 4qts 600. Three Feathers Rye 4 qts 8.00 Canadian Clnb 4 qts 6.00 Old Prentice 4 qts 6.00 Moras Rye 4 qts 6.00 Full Dress 4 qts 6.00 Four Aces 4 qts 6.00 E ho Spring 4 qts 6.00 Mark Rogers 4 qt 6.00 Jefferson Club 4 qts 6.00 Gordon Rye 4 qts 6.00 FItz Hngh Lee 4 qts 5 00 Blue Blood 4 qts 5.00 Montreal Malt whiskey 4 qts 5 00 Billy Baxter 4 qts 4.00 Anderson Club 4 qts 4 00 Old Bob Burton 4 qts 4 50 Old Flutcher 4 qte 6.00 3 3 3 'wwWwwWwwwwwwwwwww .1 SWirves 0 v? rfp Jamestown Irish whiskey 4 qts 6.00 Dewer's Scotch 4 qts 6.00 Royal Arch 4 qts 4.50 Rooney's Malt 4 qts . 4.00 Duffy's Malt 4 qts 5.00 Duffy's Malt by the ease 12.00 American Malt 4 qts 4.50 Casey Malt 4.00 Rose Valley Rye 4 qts 4.00 Glenn Lilly Rye 4 qts 4 00 Old Velvet 4 qts 4 00 G. P. R. 4 qts 4.00 Silns Dean 4 qts 4.00 Old Henry 4 qts 4.00 Bottled "Wine. Virginia Dare 4 qts 3.50 St. Estephe 4 qts 3.50 St. Jutartj 4 qts 3.50 Vir-nnia Claret 4 qts 3.50 Imperial Sherry 8 years old, 4 qts 5.00 Domestic 4 qts 3.50 Alcohol best grade 1 qt. . 2 00 Minnehaha 4 qts..... 3.50 Pocahontas 4 qts. ....4.50 Imperial Black berry 4 qts 3 50 Scuppernong 4 qts 3 50 Port 4 qts 3.50 Blackberry Brandy 4 qts 5 00 Extra Dry Mnmm's 4 qts 16.00 N. B. 1 gallon corn whiskey 100 proof and jug F. O. B. here 2.15 OUT Only one way to do it fence them off. Let wire fencing do the work. It will remain on duty much longer than fencing of inferior grade. DEKALB WIRE FENCING is fencing of sterling quality the kind we sell. Eliminate all danger of a scratched-up garden the cost of fencing off your poultry will be saved many times over. We have all kinds of wire fencing. Full line of Hardware of all kinds. Guns, Shells, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Carpenters' Tools, Builders' Hardware, Etc. The "Buck's" Store where oanielI& CO . I j Better Not Get Dyspepsia you can kelp it Kodol prevents Dyspepsia, by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion. But don't trifle with Indigestion. A great many people who hare trifled with indigestion, have been sorry for it when nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted, and they have not been able to cure it Use Kodol and prevent having Dyspepsia. Everyone is subject to indiges tion. Stomach derangement follows stomach abuse, just as naturally and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon the taking of Kodol. When you experience sourness of stomach, belching of gas and nauseating fluid, bloated sensation, gnawing pain in the pit of the stomach, heart . burn (so-called), diarrhoea, headaches, dullness or chronic tired feeling you need Ko dol. And then the quicker you take Kodol the better. Eat what you want, let Kodol digest it. Ordinary pepsin "dyspepsia tab lets," physics, etc., are not likely to be of much benefit to you, in digestive ailments. Pepsin Is only THE TASTE TELLS. We do not ship direct from our I)isiiIleri H. but him o:r pioils from three to five cummpM iu bulk, Iwfoiv offering them for r.al. They ar doubly distilled and are absolutely jtun. No 10xtr'-t. no Compounds. We have a small quantity of EXTRA FINE OLD WHISKEY that we are offrrirur uh follows 1 Gallon AREY'S PRIDE (Old Corn) $2.85 2 " " " " 5.00 1 " MONTE CARLO (Old Rye) 3.60 2 " " " " 6.75 4 full quarts CECIL, 8 years (in bond) 5.00 Express charges prepaid. Terms: Cashier's check, post oflice r express money order with each order. Consolidated Whiskey Company, P. O. Box 114. Reference: Peoples National If you buy a it is worth tle GORBITT TRUE COHEBFFIT BUGGY CO- HEMDER ILammip Frnce List. On and after fecember l6t, 190ft. all lamp to all claHe of customer will be charged for at the following prieen. Lamps ordered lj mail or telephone one daj will be delivered next daj, when ordered in lots of five. The messenger will not leave the lamps unless there is some one to sign tbe re ceipt for same. Tnngsten lamps will be screwed into tbe sockets bj tbe Company" employees, and must not be jarred. HENDERSON LIGHTING & POWER CO. Telephones Station 21. Office 6. DeWM's Kidney and Bladder Pills c a ;u7 n FOR BACKACHE OF THE GARDEN. Agency for Buck's Stoves and Ranges, Acme Harrows. Oliver and Dixie Plows. Oaks. Jr., Cotton and Corn Planters. Leader Churns. you cm set Anything in Hantei a partial digester and physics art not digesters at all. Kodol is a perfect digester. If you could see Kodol digesting every particle of food, of all kinds, in the glass test-tubes in our laboratories, you would know this Just as well as we do. Nature and Kodol will always cure a sick stomach but in order to be cured, the stomach must rest That 13 what Kodol does rests tha stomach, while the stomach grig well. Just as simple as A, B, C. Our Guarantee Go to your drug-frlm today and f? aol Iar bottle. Tben atr you have uwi tb entire contemn of tbe bottle If you ca honestly say, that It nan not done yon any Kood. return the bottle to the drufrpUt and be will refund your money without ques tion or delay. We will then pay the drue jriut for the bottle. In't heHltate. a!l drnjrjrlHta know thatonr iruarantee i good. ThU offer applies to the larpe bottle only and to but one In a family. The large !- t mntalna CJmai mm tnnrh - . .. cent bottle. Kodol is nrenarod at thn l.ilmra tories of E.C.De Witt & Co., Chicago. Baltimore, Md. Bank, Salisbury, N. C BUGGY at 25 cents a It money invest'J ON, N. C. 4 C. P. Wnft Carlton Filaci' i t 10 " 35 H'ntt I'arlton riltn';' 1G " 56 H',tt r,rUD Filum-''"- -20 f,0 Wall M-ri.)iHn 40 " 100 Wtt Mniian 40 " 10O Watt (ieui 200 " o.,0 Watt iem Hjlo, 1 to 1GC. l Tungsten Lamps- 45 C. P. GO Watt Tunffstm. 80 " 100 Watt Tonffoteu. 200 " 250 Watt Tungsten. ... I ov-ofc C Sweet LaX-eiS o icu Cat 4 i '