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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1909.
The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1881. nr THAD R. MANNING. THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1900. The following additional military appointments were last week an nounced by Governor Kitchin: In the commissary jrenoral's depart ment, W. I;. McChee, Colonel; Thos. R. Orrell, Lieutenant Colonel; R. S. Rhinehart, J. W. Little, Roger (Jar rett, 0. A. Hunt, Majors. In Engin eering CorpH, T. Ii. Whitted, Major. Inspector General, J. C. Michie, Gen eral. This completes all military appointment except in the medical corps. - --. Interesting Ceremonies. Mr. R. H. Henderson, Mr. Edward Hines and daughter. Miss Bessie, Mr. N. M. Henderson and daughter, Mi8 Sue, and Mr. and Mrs. I. Boyd Kim ball went to Raleigh Tuewday to be present at the ceremonies incident to the presentation to the Supreme Court of the portrait of their distin guished ancestor the late Chief Jus tice Ionard Henderson. There were a numler of descendants from other parts of the State present also. The address of Judge Robert W. Winston in presenting the portrait is epoken of oh a fine effort, and the speech of Chief Justice Clark in accepting it was worthy of the occasion, the sub ject and the speaker. Hotel Disasters. ; EDITOR CALDWELL'S RECOVERY ' The friends of Mr. J. P. Caldwell, editor of the Charlotte Observer, will ! learn with real pleasure that he has j f-o far recovered from his recent Bick- ness as to be able to go to his office again and the distance from his home, a full half a mile, was walked. It will be recalled that Mr. Caldwell suffered a slight stroke of paralysis some five or six weelcs ngo, and while his recovery has not leen as rapid as the symptoms seemed to indicate nr. fir-r, it is very gratifying to learn that entire restoration to health and strength may now soon be his again. The Observer of the 14th contained this pleasing information: It did the heart good todav, to see Mr. J. P. Caldwell, editor of the Ob server, walk into his office and take his Kat in his accustomed place. He j is a little bit weak yet in the legs, but the fact that he walked from his home to the office, a distance of a full half mile, is evidence that his weakest spot is not so weak, after all. His head is as clear and his mind as strong as ever. He is, of course, at tending to no business, his time be ing taken up in receiving the con gratulations of his business associ ates and of the many friends, who, hearing that he was at his desk again, pressed in to pass the time o' day with him. Mr. Caldwell's friends will le glad to know that his recovery has every indication of being com plete and permanent, and that his facile pencil will soon again be in evi- NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Opening of the Big New Roller Mill of The Tar Valley Manufacturing Company' Delayed , For a Few Days. Water Will be Turned on and Wheels Begin to Go Round April 30th. Wilmington Star. There seems to be an epidemic of hotel casualties just now, within the last few lays four have suffered dis aster. Three have been burned and part of another collapsed. The sur prise is, that there was not greater loss of life in these disasters. In only one, so faf, has the loss of life resulted in the burning of the hotel in San Francisco as reported in yesterday's dispatches. While the escape of guests in Ww hotels at Asheville and Chase City is a matter for rejoicing, still the destruction of these two ho tels is a matter to be greatly deplored. Besides the loss entailed upon the owners the additional loss to the communities in which they were sit uated will lo great. They were both popular resorts and each season were filled with people from other sections of the country. A STARTLINGSTATEMENT New York Medical Authorities Claim Dyspepsia Causes Co sumption. The prist mortem statistics of the big New York hospitals bLow that some cases of consumption are due to un checked djHpepHia, especially when the victim was prsdinposed to tuberculosis. Dyspepsia wears out the body and brain, the weakened, irritable stomach ia unable to digest food, the body does not receive the required nourishment, constipation ensues and the victim be comes thin, weak and haggard. As a re sult the body becomes a fertile field for the germs of (Unease to lodge and flourish. Therefore, the person who permits dys pepsia to progress unhindered is guilty of contributing toward the development of one of the most insidious and fatal diseases known to mankind. Dyspepsia is curable if properly treated. W. W. Parker, druggist, Bells a remedy which he positively guarantees will cure indigestion or dyspepsia or they will pay for all the medicine used during the trial. This remedy is an absolutely new medical discovery and has been named dence. flake Old Things New Finishes. With Home Have you any worn-out chairs? If so, get a small can of L. & M. Home Finish Varnish Stain from Melville Dorsey, Hen derson, X. C, and in 30 minutes make the chair as good as new. Full directions on each can. - - Jurors for May Court. Following is the list of jurors drawn for Ma3' term of court: FIRST WEEK. T. I). Conn. A. P. Mingia. E. O. Young. E. II. Hunt. S. W. (Ireenwav. .1. M. Rowland, .1. M. Ellington. V. T. Carter. J. T. Barnes, E. A. Kelly. Clinton Edwards, D. V. Knott, R. K. Younjr, W. IJ. Parrott. John A. Har ris, .1. L. Wilson, O. T. Barker. Thoimis B. Bullock. J. R. Barnes. S. (J. Fox, L. II. Stone. L.J. Brummitt, W. II. Cutts. E. Ii. Taylor, R. L. Bennett, I). Y. Cooper, Jr., M. T. (Jreenway, C. L. Blacknall. S. H.Sor terwhite, J. M. Young. Joe Hitrlit, J. L. Wilkinson. J. P. Taylor. O. S. Falkner. II. A. Davis, J. R. Yaujrhan. SECOND WEEK. KoWt S. Hicks, J. W. Reavi. Sain D. Durham, J. Rob Carroll, Chan. T. Evans, L. W. Huff, H. T. Williams, Theo H. Hicks, W. T. Whitten, Z. T. Turner. R. I). Turner. W. L. Scojrgins. W. A. Hunt. W. T. Durham. C. C. Wood lief, Alfred Piurn mer, B. W. Brame. THE ONLY WAY. i Many llendrr.'on Citizen Have Dis covered It Just what to do when the kidneys are affected, is a question that concerns both young and old. Weak kidneys nairlected in childhood lead to life-long suffering. People of advanced years, with less vitality, suffer doubly. In youth or age, languor, backache, urinary irregularity, dizziness and nervousness make life a burden. There is one remedy that acts directly on the kidneys and cures these troubles. Doan's Kidney Pills owe their world wide fame to the fact that they cure sick kidneys and cure them permanently. Follow the example of this Henderson T II wx, ii . g . ' i I V L J M4T I UllU J KfU Will IJt" I.UUV1IRTU t IJ M. V ICexall Dyspepsia Tablets. Certainly no i ti : : 0 J Kev. J. K. Hartsell, 504 Andrews Ave.. The wheels of the big new Roller Mill were ready to turn on the 20th; all the big house full of machinery was in place, ready to revolve when the water touched the wheels; the heavy driving belt that is to harness the water wheels to the powerful main shaft was on; the swift little turbines that are to furnish all the power were tremulous under the plunging weight of foaming water, as if eager to be loosed, and lacking only the touch of a hand at the gates to start all the mill on its life work. But it so happened that some spouts were not ready here, a bearing needed adjustment over yonder, some pulleys were not yet in place; elsewhere a tiny bit of a piece about the vitals of some machine had been lost in the confused jumble o assem bling so many scattered parts, and must be supplied before its machine could do its work; a net-work of belts remained to be fastened, harnessing all the army of machines into one team these, and all the other many little things that attend on the final completion of any considerable undertaking, combined to defer the day of turning on the water a little beyond the ap pointed time April 20th till, say, out of abundant caution, to April 30tll, when the wheeis will begin to roll. It will be worth-while to be present then. The occasion means much for all who are accessible to the new mill, as it will mark the passing of bad flour for a large ten itory. The public will be cordially welcomed. Tar VaJley Manufacturing Co., TAR. RIVER. N. C. W. R. KIMBALL, Secretary a?d Treas virer. offer rould le more fair, and the offer of Mr. . W. Farker is proof positive that Ilex all Dyspepsia Tablets ar a dependa ble aud infallible remedy. Inasmuch as the medicine will cost you nothing if it don't benefit you, we urge you who are suffering with indigestion or dyspepsia to try this remedy. A twenty-tive cent box of Kexall DyspepsiaTabletscontains enough medicine for fifteen dayB' treat ment. Remember, llexall Dyspepsia Tab lets are only sold in Henderson by W. W. Parker, druggist. Tax Listers. Tax listers Appointed for the sev eral townships are as follows: Henderson township P. E. Row land. Kittrell township H. M. Hight. Dabney Township .las. II. Glover. Williamsboro township K. A. Bul lock. Townesville township K. O. Tav lor. Nutbush townshii l M. White. Middlebur? township 1. L. Den nett. Sandy Creek township S. V. Duke. It Costs Money to Paint. It costs more if you don't. Your house wears out if not painted. Then it costs money to repair it and money to paint it. It don't cost much money to paint with the L. & M. Paint, because 4 gallons of the L. & M. and gallons of Linseed Oil makes 7 gallons of ready-for-use paint at only $1 .20 per gallon. Thirty five years use in every part of the United States has proven it. Sold by Melville D orsev. uenaerson. a. c, says: "Since using Doan's Kidney Pills I have had no trouble from disordered kidneys and in return for this great relief I do not hesi tate to recommend the remedy. I had d ist ressing pains across my loins, coupled with a dull backache and 1 was also bothered by a weakness of the kidneys, in fact, felt generally miserable. Procur ing Doan's Kidney Pills from theKerner McNair Co's drug store, I used them a short time and they not only removed the backache, but strengthened my kid neys and improved my condition in every way."' For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburu Co.. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Keniember the name Doan's and take no other. H0N0RR0LL Sixth Grade, Central Graded School, for Week Ending April i6th. Louise Smaw 100 Geneva Evans 90 Clam Amos OS Willie Pirie OS Annie Soutberland 98 Spotswood Parker 07 Irvine Watkins 97 Bettie C. Jones.. 97 Edison Hicks 97 Eliza Hayes 97 Nellie Rose 90 Elizabeth Corbitt -4)G Emma Womble 90 Jennie Lamb 90 Thad Manpnm 9."i Willard Roys.ter 9." Lonie Wilson 9." WHY NOT BUY We handle it Wefurnish our customers with the best goods the market affords. v Fresh Strawberries and New Irish Potatoes just re ceived. Fresh Bread and Yeast received daily. The best Coffees and Teas in town. Chase & Sanborn's always in stock. Prompt deliveries. E. A. Kelly & Company. PHONE 364--B. THAT MS A MIGHTY COM FOR.TA RLE fFFI IKr. To KNoWMdu hwe on the: PRopercusthes. IF Wl GOTO ihl PROPER. PLACET Wf CAN rm SURE WE ARE ALL RIGHT WE OWE IT TO OURSELVES To DRESS WELL 6ROWV. 1 Thousands cf millions of cans cf Royal Baking Powder have been used in making hrrr.rl kiennf &Awsb? Z? and cake in this countrv. V and every housekeeper cn J using it has rested in perfect confi- f" dsnce that her food would be light, sweet, and perfectly wholesome. Royal is a safe guard against the cheap alum powders which are the greatest menacers to health of the present day. BOYAL IS THE ONLY CAKING POVVDEB MADE FROM BOYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR GoPvmcNT no, by mc euintiVBae' Co.cmcAcc- you can well at -5mall cost if you &uy your, clothej at BARNES CLOTHING STORE. THEY HAVE A dl3 .STOCK OF .SPRING AND -SUMMER CLOTHING SCHLOSS BROTHERS' AND OTHER MAKEJ OF -SWELL TAILORED GARMENTS, HAT-S; -SHOE-S, NECKWEAR, UNDERWEAR AND FURNI-SHING.S OF ALL KIND-S. COME AND -SEE U-S, FOR YoUR WANT-S IN -5TY-LI-SH, HIGH CLAJ-S WEARING APPAREL FOR MEN AND &OY.S. ' BARNES CLOTHING STOKE. Phone No. So m IS SAID, or as the French would say, "On dit" that our coal gives bettersatis faction to the housewife thanany coal that they buy elsewhere. Why? Because we buy only the test, and before we send it to your order we screen it from dust and slaij, and it gives a free burning fire tfiat gives the necessary heat for cooking and baking. J. S. POYTHRESS The auction sale of building lots in "Gary's "Addition" last Thursday was withdrawn after eight lots had been bid off. The prices ganging from $ 65 to $145 were not in propor tion to what Col. Gary has been of fered for the property aa a whole, hence the calling off of the lot sale at auction. Capt. J. II. Sharp and Mr. Peck came over from Williamsboro and attended the concert at the Grand Theatre Mondaynight. DeWtt'n Little Earlr Rimn, the best known pills and the Wet pills made, are eauy to take aud act gently and are certain. Al! drngcista sell and recommend them. Miss Sallie'Long of Northampton, is the guest of Mrs. Alex. Cooper. Read the pain formula on the box of Pink Tain Tablets. Tbtn ask your Doctor if there is a better one. Pain means conception, htood pressnre somewhere. Pr. Snoop's Pink Tain Tablets chei-k head pains, wo manly pains, pain anywhere. Try one, anil see! 20 for 2."t. Sold by all dealers. 1 S) D 2 ' gSIPIKHEJflS IPEEJEH V E HR HENDERSON Thursday, April 29th, TR1PPLED IN SIZE. Migfcty Modern Monarch of the Arenic World. We are ready for business with values that are hard to match. Never have we worked harder to collect our stock than this season, and a call from the public will con- vince you your BSKORTEY will be well spent if you make your Spring bill with us. a Experienced salesmen and buying for cash makes $ shopping easy and profitable for you. $ DX&RACI5G VFrrwTf: IjXTAUDr?fARY C T3 E XIII&ITING VEKYTH1NG XCFPII0XAL. V I GEO. , A. TOSE COMPAIKIY. mrmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmvmfmmmmmvim DID YOU EVER BUY OA flj 1 M FOR;S7iO.O A TOM ? No! You could not buy at that price if you bought 1,000 tons, but we arte selling at the same ratio. Ask your dealer for the 9-3-3 High Grade Fertili zers made in Henderson, and don't pay him but 5c. per sack or SOc. per ton more than he asks for 8-3-3. The extra 1 per cent, is worth more than 50c. as the increasing thousands of users are daily proving. BUY HOME MADE GOODS ane help those who are paying wages and taxes to help you. RTorttlhi Cairollnima; (Dotttbim (DM Co. F. E. SCHRODER. Manager. Henderson, - - RT. C. IttliiiililLUlU IVfffWWffWfWfvVfffffffffWIff (DI&IE(Drir (DMDITIHnES ii ii I IF(D)IR (GEHTlLMMIIEEr. The road to all round CLOTHES satisfadtion, both as to &yle and price, leads through our Clothing Department. Our Spring and Summer styles cannot be surpassed. If you want to enjoy clothes-luxury without extra cost, come in and look at our new models, try them on, see how becoming, "how truly handsome you can appear with the right. Bear in mind that we sell only the , - Latest Styles and Most Reliable Merchandise. There's a suit here for you, be you a merchant or banker, whether for business or dress. Clothes for the young sporty chap or the more conserva tive man of affairs. You will be amazed to see what true, honest values you can buy here for - 170 N $172.50 '175 18 and $25 The New Styles are handsome garments, the pockets, the general drape S!IPll5Srdc,lote mdividual iftyle in the art of tailoring. A full line of BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S Clothing, . Furnishings, Neckwear, the newest there is in plain and fancy effects in Hosiery and Underwear. Neg hgee Snirts---the new designs are worth seeing. All the newest styles in Men s and Boys' low cut Shoes in Patent, Tan and Gun Metal leathers. I i WATKINS Unequalled in Quality and Honest Character. ALL THE WORLD roNTKUU Ti: To THIS TRAVELING flTY !' SPLENDORS. Convocation of Ai-roliMtn, I(l. i, ,,, nnstH. Tumble, KquilihriNt. St.'in in K Nw Feature Act aud lVrl..rinni. . ,,n I'ontinjfent fl 20. irnnl Spet-tci'iiinr Anil, inn Curitfval. Itejjnl llorw Show. t;.irp-,.u l'offcautH anJ Totirnanioiitx Trui.-,l IlorKPttDojrn and roni.M. (in-ntet Trmtit-d Lion in America. A Her.l .f IVtfn! -iimru Klephantn. GRAND FREE STREET PARADE at 12 Noon. Enchanting utid pnxvssioiiiil nni.vc. ment. A revelation of ucnlili ami splendor. ALL FI!KK. 2 Performances Daily at 2 and 8 p. m. tkiTA Grund Free ExIiiLition n tlie show grountlH iminodintcly after t ho Parade. 171 V W VM .K I III Vf I' rill lllIVni LOOK OUT! Ileware! That'n the motto of must autoistn, and you may have to some quick dodging or yon may - t hurt. That in where we differ uifh the autoist you never have to look out when dealing with KKKNKII McXAIKCO., for our line of DItKIS is the best and our prices are nh;n right. No dodging facts, deal u h. re vou are served leat deal hen-. KERNER-MCNAIR CO, Trustee's Sale. UXDEU AND IJV VIRTI K F THE power of Hale in a DeeJ in Triift n cnteij on the 17h day of SeptmilHT. l!ti7, by Robert Myrick, ami rin-onlil in Look 2. pa ire 449. Vance County R-s;iHt'r'i offi-. b fault having lKen male in ayuient tln rwl. I Khali Hell for cax'n at the Court Hn:w '!''"' in Hnderon, on Monday, May 17th. 1909. the following lot f luml to-wit: 1:-i;iij at an iron stake in Tan Ynnl Urti't, RhIhiH ttregory'ii corner, ami run thence nhtut Tan Yard street N. WWi W. r,.". feet t.. .If.b Hunt'liline; then aloiik' Jacoh 1 1 tint . iir H. 52'i W. 10.", feet to a ttlnke; t!i ii. c S. E. 50 feet to Mtake, Itichard tiregory cor ner; thence X .12'i K. 10 f-et to Ux.mW This April 14th, 1 '.)'.). J.C.'KITTRKI.I.. Tni If It's Dorsey's It's Good! LEATHER INDICATE SPRING TIME. They have been Seen. Signs of spring indicate time to garden. I bare a full line of GARDEN SEEDS of several growers. Come a'l c1' them. Field Seeds received evert few day. Spring time meant general clean ing up. I have every kind of Soap from floor jconring to the tii1 j toilet and bath. If yoo need Paint or wall aB floor finish, I bare it. - gtiir ahead of all is rny ftick ' Dross and Druggists' Sun dries. My specialty is the illlixi i Y' scriptions; many years f a't're experience maLea me know liat to do. Very respectfully, MELVILLE DORSEY, WMesale and Retail Drwpt N NOTICE. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT nor of North Carolina on May H, l-""- the pardon of E. E. Hight. now impn- npon a conviction of embeizlement a Fan term, 1908, of Vance Superior t onr. This, April , A.J HARRIS. THOMAS M. PITTMAV Attorney