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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, AP11IL 22, 1909.
I t i 5 U8EA3(IDNS 'WQtiV 5 " The CITIZENS BANK is popular with money savers. FIRST It is a safe bank. SECOND It is a bank for 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 GBTBZENS BANK, HENDERSON, N.C. J. B. OE WN, President. W. A. HUNT, Cashier. VERY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles Doors, Windows, Frames, Oak Mantels, Tiles, Grates, &c. j , JOHN B. WATKINS. T F THAT COUCH IS TltOUKLKSOMK, 1 net t'lierry .1 nice and Vinol at I'AU KKk'.S. It is tfu.iranteefl. 1 7U.oi;i:-ni:sT uuadk straight JL anl Patent at lowest prices. H. TIIOMASO.VS. AJ ANTED Trustworthy man or woman V in ai'!i roiinty to ul vf-rtim-, rwive orilfi-H nnl inminH bumm-HM for New York Mil ()rl'r IIoiihc. 1 8.00 weekly; position periu.'iiieiit ; no in vf-Htmiit rffjuireii. I'rpvioun fiTifin-f not, fSHTitinl to -iirOKinK. Spare time vuliiii lilt. Knclorte w:lf lul'lreMwd en velope for full piirtieiiliint. AdilreKH. CUirke '... WlifjIeHiile lept., 10.1 Park Ave., New York. UI.TJ your Mutter and Kkjh to The ) Wliitten Grocery (,'. We jay cranh or trade for name. I'hone 4.". y'Y line Lawn GraHH Heed and Gar ) NwmJh at j V. V I'AKKKU'S. I OKI: the new Kood at II. TIIOMAS 1 ON'S. They are beauties and i cheiper t Iii h HeaHon. I "I I rilKN you read ahont Vinol, Hexall, ' H and other remedies in other paper, make up your mind to get them I at IWRKKK'S. nOIt WONT Dwelling r v j 1 cupied liv Mtk. Kingletr recen tly oc- n on (,'heHt- i till t atl-Uif ttnnAt!nl1if .1 nn.n tit. nurtl;. 1 iiirj in 1 1 1 Lie l 1 l. C licvv fhoiine and in firnt-elaHH condition with "s all modern improvement!. Apply to j W. I). liUUWKLL. XKAXITS FOli I'LAXTING-40bush- i. el of Spanirih peanuts for planting for wale. Glean and Hound. Price $1.10 j almnhei. .. S. I'OYTIIIIKSS. Ti: have a few nice HAMMOCKS V we are going to clone out I5IXOW COST. THK WHITTKX GROCFIIY CO. I'hone 4.". ' y "JT'Olt SALF Fine young mule. Sound .A and gentle, and all right. J. V. KECK. YOG WANT S0MF FIXE PER J fume? If ho, try Chimes. 2o cents an ounce lens than the Xorfolk price, at W. V. PARKER'S. i Mrs. Watkitm Rolmnls of Raleigh, is the finest of Mrs. Annie Robards. Mrs. Iiatlger II. Ilurroujrhs of Ports mouth, is visiting Miss Willie Parker. Miss Lucy Petty of Carthage, is visiting Iier sister, Mrs. YV. P.. Wad dill. Mrs. Jennie Hart of Louishurjr, is visiting friends and relatives in Hen derson. Miss Florence Renfroe of Bridge port, Ala., is visiting; Mrs. S. P. Cooper. Mrs. W. C. IVtrv. Jr.. of Charlotte, is visiting Mrs. W. IS. Waddill in Henderson. Miss Heslope Purefoy of Asheville, is visiting the family of Prof. J. T. Alderman. J. W. Heck advertise 50 town lots to be sold at public auction Monday, May 10th. Terms easy. Mrs. Rosa Bryan is quite sick and her condition causes grave anxiety to her family and friends. Mr. E. CI. Butler has been confined to his home several days quite sick with n severe attack of grip. Mr. J. 1). Cooper has returned from Hot Springs, Ark., where he spent several weeks very pleasantly. Misses Helen Harris and Isabel Perry came from Raleigh Saturday and spent Sunday with the home folks. Mr. ami Mrs. A. C. Zollicoffer and Master John Milliard, returned Tues day from a week's stay in Washing ton City. Miss Fannie Mclntyre has come home from Raeford where she has been teaching the past session, her school having closed. Miss ( Jertrude Chadwick of Boston, Mass.. who has been visiting Mrs. Brooks Parlmm in Henderson, left for her home Sunday. Miss Willie Smoot. Mrs. Jnsner Rowe and Miss Dollie Smoot of Rich mond, were the guests of Mrs. C. A. Lewis a short while this week. lr. N. Rosenstein, eye specialist, announces his regular 'appointment for Henderson next Wednesday, April isth. For one dav only. At Massenburg's Hotel. Examination free. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Toepleman left last week on a ten days trip to Wash ington, Philadelphia and New York. Mr. Toepleuian weuton business and -Mrs. Toepleman accompanied him for the pleasure of the trip. Miss Doza Mitchell and Miss Mar garet Bryant of Richmond, who con tributed so much to the very enjoy able musicale Mondav night were the guests of Mrs. S. P. Cooper during tneir stay in Henderson. Key J. A. McClure. Mr. C. A. Lewis and Mrs. Samuel Watkins went to Lnheld Tuesday to attend Albemarle I resbytery. Mr. Lewis goes as com missioner from the Henderson church and Mrs. Watkins as representative )f the Ladies' Missionary Society. on ehould not delav under any circum stances in cases of Kidney and Bladder ."uoie 10a enouid take something promptly that you know is reliable, some iSa.8 &e DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder , " ,ine? unequaled for weak back, uarfcacbe. inflnmmntinn f , wiji bus u ttuutfr. rheumatjc pains, etc. When yo ask for Zl 8 Kidnev and Blazer PiH be sure mem ThT f fmt.iopntiA A . 4. substitutes. Insist upon getting tL Dr. II. II. Bass returned to Atlanta last week after spending a few days here with friends having come up on business.. He says he and his family like Atlanta and have become recon ciled to it as home but it is not Hen derson. Mrs. Ida Bass returned with him and will spend some time in At lanta resting and recuperating her health. We had a call Monday from Mr. B., Rutherford, advance representative of the John H. Sparks Show, an ad vertisement of which will be found elsewhere. This attraction as an nounced will be here next Thursday, April 29th, and its eornincr will no doubt draw a big crowd. The show ground will be on the Lassiter lot, Montgomery street, the other side of the railroad. Mrs. Jane Harris was brought home Sunday from Wnynpsville very sick and her condition has not irru proved. She had been visiting her sister. Mrs. Hunter, in San Antonio, Texas, and stopped in Waynesville on the return trip whpn she was taken sick. A special car was char tered to bring her home, her sister, Mrs. Hill, and her niece. Mrs. J. P. Carraway, (formerly Miss Tempie Hill) nurse and child coming with her. mm v Surprise Marriage. Mr. Richard Fox and Miss Abbie Thome were married on the 12th, at the home of Rev. C. E. Newman who performed the ceremonv. Ifc was a runaway affair the family and friends of the young people being taken quite by surprise. The bride is a daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thorne of Henderson. During the Hprinsf vpry one wonld be bene fited by taking Foley's Kidney Remedy. It fiirniHhes a needed tonic to the kidneys after the extra strain of winter, and it purines the blood by stimulative the kidneys, and causing them to eliminate the impurities from it. Fo ley's Kidney Remedy imparts new life and vicor. Pleasant to take. . Sold by W. W. PARKER, Druggist. Judge Connor to Speak. Judge Henry G. Connor will deliver the tddress at the closing exercises of Middleburg High School Friday. He will come from Raleigh on No. 38 and speak at 2 o'clock. A number of persons from Henderson will no doubt go to hear Judge Connor. There will be a picnic and the oc casion will be fittingly observed. Middleburg school is one of the best schools in the county and the people of the community are justly proud of it. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, I Lucas County. 88- ' Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co.. doing business in the City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLL RS for each any every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th dav of December, A. D., 1H. A. W. GLEAS0N, (Seal.) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surafces 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. Closing Exercises of Bona Vista High School. Contributed. Closing exercises of Bona Vista High School were given Wednesday, April 14. Mr. J. W. Bailey, of Raleigh, made a most interesting speech, which was en joyed by all. The recital given by the music class under the, direction of Miss Mabel Harris was very good, showing -That the instruction has been thorough and well done. At night, though it was a very bad night, a large crowd assem bled to hear the sermon by Rev. R. C. Craven, of Henderson. The sermon was a strong one and full of useful thought for the young. The past session has been the most successful one of tne scnool a History. Patrons of the school express themselves as being delighted with the work done in all departments. 126 pupils were en rolled during the past session and more interest is being shown tban ever Detore The following pupils, having perfect attendance daring the session, witn no tardy marks, are placed on the honor roll: Miss Telitha Parker, Miss Mary Edwards. Miss Lessfe Finch and Master 1 .aivrenee Parker. These DUDils have not only been perfect in attendance but faithful to all duties. Letter to Prof. J. T. Alderman, Henderson, X. C. Dear Sir: We should like to set your boys and girls at work on this question in arithmetic and casuistry. A farmer is fattening three hogs in three small pens; they have equal room and straw and care, and are fed in these three ways: First hog, on a certain pro portion of milk and cooked corn meal; second hog, on the same, hall water; third hog, on tne same, nan water ana nawdiiat. How lone will it take, how ranch will they weigh, how much will they eost. and wnat 11 tne prone ne on the three? And a similar Question in pignentry That same farmer is" going to paint three barns, same size; and he says to three painters: "What'U you take to paint tnat barn; First painter scratches his head a few . j ..tmi j :i r -rk minutes ana says: i w uu ii iur ov Second painter: "75 ' Third nainter: "S97.48. Will they each get a barn to paint, or one get two, or one all three, or nobody anv; and what'Il they make on the job? That's about how painting goes some times. But there is a way to reckon: $3 a gallon. The difficulty is in snowing now many trallona tn bnv. There's a way c out of that. Buy the least-gallons paint, Devoe. No matter how much one buys; he re turns what's left; costs nothing. Yours truly, 28 F W DEVOE & CO P. S.-The Allen-Moss Hardware Com Opening Postponed. As will be seen by farther announce ment of the Tar Valley Manufactur ing Company, printed on the oppo site page, tne opening of tneir big new roller mill has been delayed for a few days. This has been daft to un avoidable.causes set forth in the ad vertisement, and instead of starting up on, the 20th as originally an nounced" water will be turned on and the machinery begin to whir on the 30th. This announcement comes after the advertisement was printed on the first page of the paper. A cordial invitation is extended to the public to be present on the opening day or visit the mill at any time and inspect this modern and thoroughly equipped plant of the Tar Valley Manufacturing Company. Mecklenburg Hotel Burned. The Mecklenburg Hotel, Chase City, Va., famous as an all-the-year-round health and pleasure resort, was destroyed by fire last Friday afternoon. Fortunately there were only about 30 guests there at the time and 'he fire occurred in the day or the consequences might have been more disastrous. Ihe names were discovered by guests on the lawn, who saw smoke issuing from the slate roof, and the alarm was given imme diately, but the fire-fighting facili ties were wjiolly inadequate to cope with the fire raging fiercely. All the guests escaped and the most of them saved all their personal belongings before the fire reached the lower floors of the structure, but much of the fur niture in the UDPer rooms was thrown from windows and destroyed or battered. The Mecklenburg, which was a beautiful hotel situated on a com manding elevation with broad slop ing grounds, was an expansive frame structure, built 10 years ago by the Mecklenburg Springs Companv at a cost including furnishings. $200,000. It had 200 guest chambers all well furnished. At the time of the fire, it was owned by the estate of M. L. T. Davis, of Norfolk, and others, and was leased and operated by The Mecklenburg Mineral Springs Com pany, v . T. Hughes, president, who had conducted it for several vears. The owners carried only $75,000 in surance on hotel and equipment. it is to be hoped that the hotel will be rebuilt. It is too valuable a prop erty to remain unutilized. The burn ing of the hotel of course will not in terfere with the shipment of the cele brated Mecklenburg Mineral waters, hthia and calcium chloride A Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolfords Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by W. W. Parker, druggist. je-26. TOWN LOTS FOR SALE. 50 TOWN LOTS to be sold at public auction MONDAY, MAY ioth. TERMS EASY. J. W. BECK. TRUSTEE'S SALE. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST Ex ecuted by Caleb Hunt and wife, Cath erine Hunt, on the 16th day of November, 1U08, and recorded m Register of Deeda of fice in Vance county, in Book 49, page 62, 1 shall sell for cash by public auction to the highest bidder at the Court House door in Henderson, N. C, on Monday, May 24th, 1909, at 12 o'clock noon, two town lota described as follows: 1st Lot Begin at corner of lot No. 1 of Graded School property sold to R. S. McCoin, on Breckenridge street, in Henderson. N. C, and run thence N. 89 W. 157 feet to a stake on Baker street; thence along Baker street N. 1 E. 50 feet to a stake on an alley; thence along said alley S. 89 E. 119 feet to UrecKenridge street; thence along Brecken- rige street S. 37 E. 62 feet to the begin ning; being lot No. 2 in plat of Graded School Eroperty. This lot has on it a four room ouse. Lot No. 2 being the lot bought of J. W nalstead which deed is duly recorded in Book 15, page 199, in Register's office of Vance county less the two lots sold to Green Hunt and Ossie Hockaday. This lot is 50 feet front, running back 129 feet, lying be tween the lands of Green Hunt and J.M. Bowling. This sale is made at the request of the holdar of the note secured by the said Deed of Trust. This April 21, 1909. R. S. McCOIN, Trustee. THE LADIES' STORE." BIG LINE -of- CORSETS -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 of this opportunity. MRS. MISSILLIER. H!vy GROCERIES FANCY Having bonght out the stock and succeeded Mr. J. H. J. Ayscne, I will continue 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 carry a choice and fnlllineof Staple and Fancu GROCERIES, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Con fectioneries, Country Produce, But ter, Eggs, etc Prompt attention to all orders and quick delivery made. Tour patronage solicited. H. O. FALKNER. Phone 17. Artistic and Enjoyable. The musicale given at the Grand The woman's clubs of Henderson ' A second surprise marriage in the Theatre Monday night by Miss Willie mi Friday afternoon what wa lamily of Mr. Eugene Thorne oc Smoot, assisted bv some of Piich-' designated as Reciprocity Day. Thatcurred Monday when bis daughter, mond'a noted musicians and vcalist was a very enjoyable occasion, cred itable alike to the ladies and gentle men who took part therein and the worthy object in which they were en listed. They came under the auspices of the Kings Daughters and the tt gret is that there was an unoccupied seat. Those who stayed nway were the losers. We cannot undertake to bestow upon each lady and jrntle man the meed of praise that is their due. Suffice it to say that every number on the program 'as well sustained, and each appearance wasi the signal for an encore, r ollowmg was the program: , PART OXE. 1. Greetings to Spring Strauss Quartett. 2. The Swallows Cowan Mr. Canepa. 3. Reading "Casey at the Bat," Miss Bryant. 4. Felicita Ardita Mrs. Rowe. 5. II. Pescatori Gabussi Mr. Canepa and Mr. Martenstein. 6. Annie Laurie Quartette. PART TWO. f a 'Lectric Curler. 1 Reading b Sunday Fishin'. c Ma Mefdis Foot. Miss Bryant. 2 Rosalie.. DeKoven Miss Mitchell. 3. Reading "The Soul of the Violin" Miss Bryant. The Two Grenadiers Schumann Mr. Martenstein. Estudiantina Income Mrs. R0we. Miss Mitchell. Spring Song Quartette. .Pins'. QUARTETTE. MisB Doza Mitchell Soprano Mrs. Jasper Rowe Alto Mr. Columbus Canepa Tenor Mr. Austin W. Martenstein Bass Miss Margaret Bryant Reader Miss Mary Willie Smoot.. Accompanist. OLD FURNITURE. Get a small can of L. & M. Home Finish Varnish all ready for use front Melville Dorsey, Henderson, N. C. Clean the furniture with soap and water and wipe dry. Then anply one coat. It will make old furniture new at a cost of almost nothing. Silver Wedding. Dr. and Mrs. Fletcher R. Harris have issued invitations to the cele bration of the twentv-fifth anniver sary of their marriage as follows: 1884 1909 Dr. and Mrs. Fletcher R. Harris request the honor of your presence on Friday evening, April thirtieth, on the occasion of their Twenty-fifth Wedding Anniversary. Fletcher Reese Harris. Helen Cary Page. No presents. "If s Your Eyes," My Dear. That give you a "dreadful headache." When you have a constant headache and cannot find its cause, better see us likely to be eye trouble, and we stop eye trouble after careful examination, with proper eye glasses. DR. N. ROSENSTEIN will be at Henderson Wednesday, April 28th, at Massenburg's Hotel, to fit you with glasses. One day only. Consulta tion free. . We are making a specialty of Renovating Panama Hats. Bring yours Aronson Clothing Store. FINER GRADE GOODS. We have made a big addition to our stock of HIGH GRADE FURNITURE: and expect to continueto add to it, thus putting our selves in position to supply the wants of all comers. Rugs and Lace Curtains a Specialty. We have cut the prices on these goods and are doing our share in fur nishing the homes in Henderson with such. , . Agency for STUPMAN ORGANS of which we carry,a good line in stock. Come in, examine these organs and let us give you prices. Henderson Furniture Company. R. R. SATTERWHITE, Manager. 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 first-class drug store. 1 Agency for Maillard's Candies. Come and inspect my place under Croatan Club. Near the post office. H. . nmOl'JER, Proprietor. PHONE No. 7. ' , Reciprocity Day of Woman's Onbs. " '"fay a special program ot eser- f ciKes in which representatives of all the various clubs of the town partici pated and which a few outsiders wera privileged to enjoy. The exercises were held in the auditorium of the Central Graded School building and the program which was very appro- Criate and entertaining was admira ly rendered and thoroughly enjoved by all present. Mrs. J. T. Alderman, president of the Kensington Club, presided, deliv ering a brief but fitting opening ad dress in which was explained some thing of the work of the woman's clubs and the spirit of the afternoon's exercises. At first it was designed to have only the ladies, members of the various clubs and any guests of theirs, when it wasNJecided to extend an invitation to some of the gentle men the Contemporary Club, whose guests the Indies had been on differ ent occasions. And a number of the sterner sex gladly availed themselves of the opportunity to be with mid en tertained by the ladies. The first number on the program was an address, "The Work of Club Women, by Mrs. W. W. Parker, pres ident of the Tuesday Club. . Second, piano solo, Polonaise in A, (Chopin) by Miss Mabel Harris, (Alma Club) who is chairman of the music committee of the State Feder ttionof Woman's Clubs. Third, readings from John Charles McNeil, by Mrs. Geo. A. Hose, (Tues day Club.) - Fourth, piano duet by Miss Mabel Harris and Mrs. S. P. Cooper, (Alma Club.) Fifth, song, Don Carlo, (Verdi) by Miss Olive Harris (Alma Club.) Sixth, readings from Sam Walter Foss, the "Yankee Poet," by Mrs. J. H. Bridgers, (Tuesday Club.) Seventh, music, mandolin and piano, by Mrs. S. P. Cooper and Miss Mabel Harris, (Alma Club.) Eigth, readings from Shakespeare, "Taming of the Shrew," by members of the Students' Club, (Miss Birdie Watson, Miss Lula Paere, Miss Elea nor Oliver, Mrs. Phil Thomas, Miss Ethel Plummer, Mrs. L. U. Goocb, Miss Claud Hunter, Mrs. S. P. Cooper, Miss Olive Harris, Miss Eula Greg ory.) At the conclusion of the well ren dered program and responses to hearty encores dainty refreshments were served and the occasion was voted a very delightful one by all present. v MILLINERY. mas. o. o. white Especially invites you to look over her beauti ful line of SHAPES, FLOWERS and other Millinery nov elties before buying. New goods arriving every week. ' Opposite Samuel Watkins. around to 4 BSEHmiSIIUTV Married Monday. Miss lJattie PearL and Mr. II. V. Bennett were somewhat clandestinely married.- The ceremony was per formed by Rev. K, M. Andrews at his place Of resideneeat 12,o'clock, the yoilhjr couple learinir immedi ately for a trip to New York, Niagara' Jtaus ana Philadelphia. There were ; only a few immediate friends to wit- j ness the marriage. The family were not let into the secret. It was known that the marriage was going to be but it was not expected to take place so soon and in the manner it did. Mr. Bennett formerly lived in En field but for some time past be has leen living in Norfolk where they will make their future bome. Farmers Organize. A meeting of farmers of Vance county was held in the court house on the 10th for the purpose of effect ing an organization among them selves1 to be known as the Farmers' Equitable Organization.. The object is mutual benefit and protection the promotion of farming interests through the means of co-operation and closer relationship brought about by intelligent understanding and organized effort. There was a good attendance reDresentative in personnel as well as numbers and geographical representation .and much 'interest and enthusiasm was ruanlft'sted. , H. M. night was chairman and S. P. Brummitt secretary. J. C. Wil liams of Tennessee, organizer of the Farmers' Equitable Organization, was present and delivered an address explaining the objects and purposes oi tne organization and urging why action should be taken by the farm ers of Vance as elsewhere. W. B. Daniel spoke also, making a ringinjr and effective speech which was well received. Brief remarks were made by others after which an organiza tion was effected, the following offi cers being elected: President W. B. Daniel. Vice-President S..H. Satterwhite. Secretary S. P. Brummitt. Up Before the Bar. N. II. Brown, an attorney, of Pittafleld. Vt., writes: "We have used Dr. King's New Life Pills for years and find them such a good family medicine we wouldn't b with out them." For Chills. Constipation, Bilious ness or Sick Headache they work wonders. 25c. at Melville Dorsey's drug store. THE CIRCUS IS COMING. John 11. Sparks Show Billed to Ex hibit in Henderson Thursday, April 29th. Free Street Parade at Noon. The fountain of youth the circus will be in Henderson next Thursday, AdhI 29th. And when we say it is the Jobn H. Sparks Show that will give pleasure in itself. No show that comes to Henderson is held in higher repute than this particular one, directed as it is with a keen re gard for the comfort of patrons. Show day will begin with a street parade starting from the show grounds at 12 o'clock noon. The Sparks Show management refused to cut out this display of the circus when the idea was suggested by other managers, and have added more ex pensive features than ever. All o1 the men, women and children con nected with this show, horses, ele phants and camels are to participate. Everyone in Henderson remembers the fine appelrance of the people, animals and properties of the Sparks pageant when last seen here. The people were well groomed and con tented looking, the horses high-bred and high-stepping, the exposed wild animals splendid specimens, the bands musical, the clowns oddly funny, the riders graceful and taste fully drepsed and ll other things, some familiar, others not, as circus parades go, were appropriate and pleasing. ProminentMn the list of performers with the Sparks Show are the 10 Valentinas, Petit Family, Ellitle Sis ters, wonderful Cahill Family, Blanch Turner, Afton, the Up-side-down man, mnny ciowns, penormuig lions. elephants, acting dogs, edu cated horses and ponies areconspicu- ous features in the varied program. Two performances, at 2 and 8 p. m. Teople past middle life usually hare some kidney or bladder disorder that saps the ri tality, which is naturally lower in old ajre. Foley's Kidney Itemedy corrects urinary troubles, stimulates the kidneys, and re stores strength and vieor. It cures uric acid troubles by strengthening thekidneys so they will strain out the uric acid that settles in the muscles and joints causing' rheumatism. Sold by U. V. PAKKEB, Drugjrist. Special Values in NECKWEAR. lO and 25 cents. The B0ARDMAN line for Ladies, The LENNOX line for CMdr.n, The WEBER line for Men. GIVE US A CALL. 4 4 Thomas & Nevcomb. . LAND SALE. . TTXDER AXD BY VIRTUE OF THtf I risxrer -rnurrfi on m 1T a LW1 in TV, HHntHl on the. 17th dar of Mar i 190G, bj Gorsre T. Merrimon, whicb i re corded in Book 21, on paj? 161. drfaoJt having txen made 10 tne payment mnwi, ball eell lor cam a on Monday. May 17th. 1909, linn iloor in Henderson. th I fnllnirillir I. it tit Und tO-Wit? AdlOiBtOZ Hutton (now rairr), Boiierc cwnui, wwjjw T. Merrunon, SUria Brown, (now Andr aon), Simon Mfrrimon,Moe fbeatbam aad other, aame being lot bonght by A. J IJarrjt and wife the 1 7th of May. 1 SKW. S" said Deed for bonndariea, et. Thsa i a nie paatnre, already nnder wire fence with edar poata. " Henderson, X. C April 12, WrJ. A5 1)RE W J. HARRIS, Trnte. Accumulate a. good bank account In THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, - . Mj!w4 true as a dollar or two." THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Henderson, N. C. BEOE Ready to figure? Cost by the gallon that's one way. The number of f t.' Ions that's another. It calls for Dev? every time. It costs Jess because it take ; less gallons. 153 years of honest paint making back of every gallon you spread. Allen-EIoss Hardware Co. yrASHIONABLE 1L OOTWEAR The besT: styles ever, the sort that distin guishes the wearer as a man who knows the latest in Shoes that ivelf dressed gen 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 pocketbook both to your liking. Nice lineof OXFORDS & nd PUMPS. LATEST STYLES. HENDERSON SHOE COMPANY, i o o ooo ANDREW J. DAVIS, Jr., manager. The WMtten New Store We have opened a Fancy ten & Co.'s old stand, and have a nice line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES New and our prices are just right. Send us your orders and we will give you the best PHONE 45 NOTICE. . nSbKZ AND BV VIRTI E OF THK Hit April 4th. h Momm (VikB. and rpotiwi book j. county KKitr' dHatilt bio bK ( ... rm.ll thWMlf. I b It II I"-! I for r-mnb at Um i'onrt Ho Aoor la IIdroi, on Monday. April 2fch. 1909. the following loU of land. to-rit: lat. Beieln at a .tone ou an alley 16H Umt wide, mn nin W.from a new street at a di.te of 102V4 ft from aid new trel ami ma Wet ale UK il alley to a tona: taew a t (ivU. ut to a atone: tbene E. 102Vb feet to a Ktone; thenc Xortli 12 Wt U the beginning. -A ILMrin at atsin UnM Cheatham i old eoraer on alley and run 't W Wt to a - . ... . .... . i 4J . w tone in w . A. rnep ow nw, wmn' r- along th PLeSi line 110V4 feet to a etone-. tbenre Eaat i feet to a atone; tbenc Nort h 110H feet to the bejfinniDK. ' - A.J. HAURIH. Trainee. Henderson. S. t Man 24 . 1 Wi'i. W. topped lo 81 miaate are with Dr. ttaonp a Cronp fetaady. Una test will rarely ptova, Ha rcaniUaz.. mo di o 0 m 1ITTI And fortune will favor' you. "There's no friend so We have nine hundred well satisfied depositors and would like to have your name on our books. BEST MAKES. Grocery Co. - Now Goado Grocery Store at W. T.Whit- and Freeh goods on the market. Execution Sale. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IV Mr band. Woed from the Hafierior f'ourt of Vnif 'ofy, i faecr of Milliard Wyrhe and ajcainat Ales. Wyebe, I will ait by pab Ile aoetion for eaah a t the Court lioaa doc-r in li enderann. on Monday. May 17. 1909. the f am being the 6 rat day of the Mar term of aatd eonrt. all tb iatereet of Ales. Wyebe, hia eqairy of redemption, legal right of ra demption and reveraioavy interest, together with all and every other iatereat he may bar fa and to that lot of land situate in the town of Henderson, eovaty of Vance, and Ktat of North Carolina, bounded and de arribed aa folio a : Begin at a atone, Anais tead Fleming's eoraer, oa the North aide of Net 'atreet, running in front of Billiard Wrrhe'e lot; thenre along aaid ateeet East 183 fnet to a etotw. thete X. 1H E. 177 fret to a atone ia Pylvia Itake line: then S. W. UlU feet to a stone; thenre rt. 4 2 W.20tt feet to the beginning, being the land em braced in mortgage from HiWiard Wyebe and wife, Pattie, to A. V. Bobbttt, dated March 29, 18V2. and registered In the ofllee of the KgMter of IVde of Vance eonnty ia Book No 11, page 801. Tbie April 14. 1 90ft. - J. 8. EOTXTF-R, Kbenff. WBl CO. treea. A tafa and pleasinrv rnp Me. Dra! I fitflit kind. Sold by alt druggists. paay sell our paint.