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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1909.
The Gold Leaf TnDRSDAY. APRIL 22, 190U. Disgusting in the Extreme. Statesvillc Landmark. The scramble made by Democrat for the Eastern judgeship is disgust ing in the extreme. It is to be hoped that the fawners will all be disap pointed, and that President Taft will crire the Dlace to some straight and loyal Republican. Thomawville dainty and Children. The Landmark has had it in mind for several dav to say something - ... . . . like the above. We do not tmnK it would le improper for the President to appoint a Democrat to the judge ship; in fact we think it would le his duty to do that if he does not find a man in all respects satisfactory in his own party, for the judicial office i above partisanship. This leinpr so. if the President should ask to have tbe names of Democrats suitable for the position presented to him, his re quest should be granted and any in formation he would seek in this re spect furnished him in a proper and dignified way. Rut the Democrats who are making a scramble for the appointment, havinar letters written, recommendations fild and their claims urged by delegations, are making a spectacle of themselves. AVe hope no one of this class will get the job. This sort of thing, as the Landmark has heretofore pointed out, is enough to disgust the Presi dent and cause him to repent that he ever proposed to consult Democrats about appointments in the South. Dr. Eliot and the South. Charlotte Chronicle. The Southern tour ol Dr. Eliot, president of Harvard University, at tracted wide attention. The Sprincr fleld Itepublicnn thinks it one of the most remarable tours of Dr. Eliot's life, and says: "He is the foremost citizen of Massachusetts today, and his reception in the South particular ly was in the nature of a recogni tion of that fact. His speeches on the race question in Southern cities would have stagcered Charles Sumner and William Lloyd (Harrison by the streak of sympathy with the South ern viewpoint running through them, but colored students are still admit ted to Harvard which is not the case at Princeton and Dr. Eliot en courages the profesional education of the exceptional negroes as well as industrial training of the negro mass es." This draws from the Charles ton News ; i rid Courier the reply that Dr. Eliot is not too old to learn. "Charles Francis Adams, who fought in a negro regiment during the war. and Daniel H. Chamberlain, who also saw service with the colored troops," says the News and Courier, "changed their views on the negro question after mature study. In the opinion of Dr. Eliot in the course of five hun dred or a thousand years some of the negroes in this country may have reached that degree of civilization which will fit them for the discharge of all the duties of American citizen ship, but he, like all other intelligent and openmindedmen from the North, has come to the conclusion that the settlement of this problem can be left best in the hands of the white people of the South. The more the question is stirred the more surely will the Southern view be accepted by those who really have any sincere regard for the welfare of the colored people." The Northern people are rapidly com ing nround to this view. There has been a remarkable subsidence of the discussion of this question, a fact which argues that the North has made up its mind, or is making it up, that the welfare of the negro can best lie looked after by tbe white people among whom they live. Mr. F. (1. Fritt, Oueonto. N. Y., writes: "My little girl vn greatly benefited by lak injt Foley'8 O-ino Laxative, and I think it in the bent remedy tor conntiptiiion and liver trouble." Fogy's Onno Laxative is best for women and children, an it in mild, pleas ant and effective, and is a ependid apring medicine, u it cleanneH the Byntemandelenrs the complexion. Sold by W. W. l'AKKER, DrUKgUt. t '" A Sorry Business. News and Observer. The Fayetteville Observer calls the attitude of the United States in pre venting an asylum to the political offender Castro "a sorry business," and adds: "How many patriots who have helped the country to move forward would have been shot or guillotined if that sacred international right had been de nied in tbe past! Yet we find this 'land of freedom' inducing monarchies to turn towards mediaevalism. We have ever believed that there was 'something rot ton' in the relation of the United States towards Venezuela, crowing out of the ownership of asphalt properties in the latter country by American adventurers. It is probable that ('astro will be sur rendered to his blood-thirsty enemies in Venezuela and put to death by them." The old fashioned w y of dosing a weak fttomnch, or stimulating the Heart or Kid neys is all wrong. Dp. Shoop frat pointed out this error. This is why hia prescription Dr. Shoop'n Restorative is directed entire ly to the cause of these ailments, the weak in side or controlling nerves. It isn't so diffi cult, says Dr. Shoop. to strengthen a weak Stomach, Heart, or Kidneys, if one goes at it correctly. Kuch inside organ has its control ling or inside nerve. When tnese nerves fail then those organs must surely falter. These Tital troths are leading druggists everywhere to dispense and recommend Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Test it a few days, and see! Improvement will promptly and 6urelv ollow. Sold by all dealers. Tbe Implement Co., RICHMOND, VA. It is very important both for eflective and ccouomical work to procure , 'The best of FARM IIHBHTS Our New Descriptive Catalog lot II est y ry. 6 in- A just issued telUUl about the best n time and labor-saving1 machinery, It is one of the best and most in teresting Implement Catalogs is sued. Mailed free on request. We are also headquarters for Farm Wagons, Buggies. Barb Wire. Fencing, V-Crimp and other Roof in. Gasoline Engines, Saw and Planing Mills. "Write for prices and catalogs. The Implement Co., 1302 Main St, - Richmond, Va. ! Se,,int I'harlotte Observer. j Honker T. Washington does well to ilevbire that tbe world outside tbe South hear many times of difficul 1 riet between the race and scarcely ever of 'tb healthy progress which both raceH are making every day." Equally commendable is his further statement that ho knows no other part of the globe where races so dis wimilar dwell together on such good tprms. He has himself oointed out upon former occasions that for ac cording negroes a fair chance to work and make a livelihood the North cannot compare with the South. When it, is recalled how sec tional rancor and fanatical senti mentalism started off the two races after slavery days under the worst circumstances imaginable, the degree of good feelinjr which now exists seems greater than anyone might ha-v dared to expect. Hut the outside world, we fear. will continue receiving rather one-sided ! impressions. It is in the nature of things that this should be. News which deals with normal and healthy conditions seldom appears under large headlines or travels far; news which deals with the unusual and let us nourish our optimism by no ting that crime is unusual has an enormous advantage. Twenty thous and bank officials and employes in this country perform their duties faithfullv and the tmblic takes no special heed, but let one bank official or employe go wrong and there will be a stir immediately. So with the news which goes out from the South about race relations. A few hideous crimes and lynch ings are conspicuous to the almost complete exclusion of facts showing mutual good will be tween mil ions on one side and mil lions on the other. Words like Booker Washington's mar at least f-y go far toward teaching the world to make due allowance for this dispro portion and thev "nnot be uttered too pointedly or too often. A Brave Boy He Deserves a Car negie Medal. noir News. One dav lust week Mr. Bartlett Coffev, living on the Yadkin river, with hi ten-year-old grandchild, a son of Mr. D. F. Messiek, went to the river to see about Ins fish trap. Mr. Coffey waded into the water where it was about two feet deep, and losinr consciousness fell and went under. His grandson jumped in, caught him bv the head and tried to pull him to the bank but could not. All be could do was to hold the old man's head, keep it above the water and call for help. He continued to call with all the power and force that whs in him. At the last moment, when the young: hero thought he could hold no longer, help came and pulled them both to the shore. One minute more and both would have been wnshed down the river. Talk about vour heroes, brave deeds and daring acts, here is a boy, ten years old, jumping into the river when the water was almost up to Ins neck reaching down and catching his old grandfather, trying to pull the unconscious man to the shore. Not being able to do so lie gets his head above the water and bracing himself against the current, calls for help and keeps the head up until help comes. Most boys of that age would have stood on the bank and called. j - HONOR ROLL Sixth Grade, Central Graded School, for Week Ending April 2nd. Bet tie C. Jones 90 Louise Smaw 99 Annie Southerland 98 Bovd Kimball 98 Willie Pirie 98 Alice Faulkner 98 Irvine Watkins 97 Mabel Pearson 97 Thomas Hester 9G Eliza Hayes 9G Nellie Hose...'. 9G Arch Davis 96 Spotswood Parker 95 Polly Moscovitz 95 Emma Womble 95 WEEK ENDING APRIL 9th. Willie Pirie 100 Eliza Hayes 100 Louise Smaw 99 Emma Womble 99 Clara Amos 99 Francis Macon 98 Elizabeth Southerlaud 98 Spotswood Parker 98 Bettie C. Jones ' 98 Edna Algood 98 Geneva Evans: 98 Nellie Rose . 97 Elizabeth Corbitt 97 Mabel Pearson 97 Boyd Kimball 97 Annie Southerland 97 ' Thad Mangum 97 Irvine Watkins 95 Janie Elmore 95 I'd Rather Die, Doctor, than have my feet cut off," aaid M. L. BingUam, of Princeville, 111. "But you'll die from gangrene (which had eaten away eight toes) if yon don't." said all doctors. Instead, he used Bucklen'n Arnica Salve 'till wholly cured. Its cures of Eczema. Fever, Sores, Boils, Burns and Piles astound the world. 2"c. at Melville Dorsey's drug store. SPECIAL RATES VIA. SEABOARD. Account of the Occasions Named Be low the Seaboard Air Line Railway Will Sell Special Low Rate Round Trip Tickets as Follows: LOUISVILLE, KY -Account South ern Electrical and Industrial Exposition, April 12th-24th. Round trip from Ral eigh f 19.60, Charlotte f 16.45. Wilming ton ?22.75, and on same basis from other joints. Tickets sold April 11th. 12th, 19th and 20th. final return limit April 26th. Route via. Richmond and C. & O. Railway. WASHINGTON, D. C-Annual Meet ing Daughters of the American Revolu tion, April 17th-24th. Round trip from Raleigh 10.70, Charlotte $14.03, Wil mington, ?14.40. Tickets to be sold April 15th and 16th, final return limit April 28th. LOUISVILLE, KY. Southern Baptist Convention, May llth-15th. Round trip from Raleigh $19.60, Charlotte ' $16.45. Wilminorton S22.75 Tiibf t be sold 10th. 11th. 12th isth n.i return limit May 23rd. Extension can be secured until June 9th. CHARLOTTE, N. C Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. of X. C. Hf-r nthi.it?, Round trip from Raleigh $7.05, Durham $8.03, TVeldon $11.05, Wilmington $7.55, Henderson, $8.05. Tickets will oe soia aiay etn to nth, final return limit Mav 17th. For further information apply to any Seaboard Ticket Agent or address the unaengned, C. II. GATTIS, District Passenger Agent, RAejb,N.C. Easter Sermon Preached by Rev.-O. N. Mar shall at South Henderson' Baptist Church, April 11th. The following uppcinlsetmon whiel was preached lit.the South Hender son Baptist church by the pastor. Rev. 0. N. Marshall Easter Sunday, is published by request. Text: "Come, ape where the Lord lav." Matthew 28-0: When the evenimr w come Joseph nf AriniAthia.a rich man and a coun sellor and one who "waited for the Kingdom of God," liaving begged ol Pilate the bodv of Jesus, took it down from the cross awl, assisted oy N'ifnedmus. wraDDed it in tint linen. with a Quantity of npioes, after the Jewish mode of burying. Thus pre- Dared. thev laid the sacred body in Joseph' own new tomb, which was hewn out of u rocK. in a garuen near at hand; and rolling a large stone to the door of the sepuictire tney ue- Darted. At the same time several pious women who had followed Jesns from Uahltw ana wlio, irom n ain tanire, had beheld the mournfuUcene of His suffering, being present at His burial and seeing how the body whs deposited, returned and prepared spices and ointments intending after the Sabbath to visit the sepulchre for the purpose of embalming th body of their Lord. The chief prists and' Pharisee, on their part, took a different course. By the nuthority of Pilate they sealed the stone at, thp mouth of the tomb, placing around it a guard of soldi to prevent any attempt by the disciples of Jesn to steal Him away and then pretend that their Master had risen. "Come see the place where the Lord lay." (Matt. 28-G.) Such was the tate of thintr till the third day, leing the firt day of the week. Iarly in the morning of that d iy Mary Magdalene, with Salome and iinother female disciple by. the name of Mary, coming to the sepul chre (as before mentioned) to em balm the body of Christ, found the stone removed from the door. Scenes the most awful and jrlorioiiM IihiI just before been exhibited. A great earthquake shook the place, the Angel of the Lord descended from Heaven, rolled away the stone and sat upon it. and while the keep ers, struck with terror, became as dead men, Jeu awaking from the sleep of death arose and left the tomb. "Come, see the place where the Lord lay." His first appearance after thi great event was to Mary Magdaleue, who stood weeping at the Mepulehre. When Peter and John, who had made a visit to the place, had departed He appeared to a company of women on their return from the sepulchre. Matt. 28-9. Then to two of the dis ciples on their way to a viliagecalled Emmaus, a few miles from Jerusa lem. (Luke 24-13; Mark 16-12.) The reports, however, of these wit i lessen of the resurrection met with but little credit with the rest of tlie disciples until Jesus, on the evening of the same day, presented Himself among them and confirmed their faith by appealing to His lately wounded hands and feet. (Luke 2-1-39) In the meantime the affrighted guards had fled from the sepulchre and related their tale of wonder to the chief priest, who, alarmed at the consequences that might follow, hired the wretched creature to say that the disciples came by niirht and stole away the body of Jesu while they were asleep. This absurd re port was accordingly promulgated and prevailed among the Jews as a fact. It is proper we should Jiere take notice of the case of Thomas, called Didymus, who not being with the disciples when Jesus made His ap pearance among them (as. before mentioned) declared that he would not believe in the reality of Hi i-k-urrection unless he should see and feel the print of the nails in His hands and the effect of the wound in His side. (John 20-24.) Accordingly about eight days after, when the disciples were all together, Jesus again appeared among them and presented His hands and His xide to Thomas, with a reproach for his un belief, lhe astonished disciple, over powered with conviction, exclaimed: My Lord and My God." (John 20-28.) After these things Jesus showed Himself again to His disciples at the sea of Tiberias when several of them were employed in fishing and then, by appointment He met them on the mountain in Galilee (John 21-14) when he delivered to them the great gospel commission to go forth and teach all nations, "baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, (Matt. .2-li) pronouncing at the same time: "He that believetb and is bap tized shall be saved, but he that be lieveth notshaU be damned." (Mark rorty days was the time nro- claimed for our Lord's continuance upon earth after His resurrection. (Acts 1-3.) These days being now almost expired they returned to Je rusalem aud there they assembled in a private place as they always did alter tney lost their Master or leader. Here our blessed Lord appeared to them for His last time, aud after in structing them in many particulars concerning the Kingdom of God, and A.1 me manner in wnicn tney were to be have themselves, He showed them here how all the prophecies had been and were being fulfilled. He reminded them of many things that had been propbecied concerning Him that had been accomplished. He told them not to leave Jerusalem until they had been endowed with power and the Holy Ghost came to them, (Luke 24-49) for then they would be able to be witnesses of His life and actions throughout the world. (Acts 1-8; Luke 24-8.) After our blessed Lord had thus fortified His apostles for the import ant work they were going to under take He led them out of the citv to that part of the Mount of Olives which was nearest to Bethany. On their arrival there He .gave them some further instructions relative to the measures they -were to follow in order to propagate H is Gospel, after which he lilted up His hands and blessed them. (Lake 24-50.) While He was doing this and His apostles were placed in an adoring posture, He was parted from them in the midst of the day, being gradu ally taken up in shining cloud and triumphantly carried into Heaven, where He now sitteth at the. right hand of God, His Father, to whom be honor and glory and power forever- Amen. Looks Coent ror boaet&sg.. I HBavMHHMMMaHHMaMftV ! n M i! Orfeiieboro J!ir4!. . T Aspirimr for official position is nob'e. bur drt Billy Roper's but ton? V e were a candidate for the judgeship in thi State if we would run VHshirfiit at Mr. Taft'n ! beck and call ri 1 looked over and examined like slaves in the old days. And we opine that. a good many of them may find themselves in the same boat with the late John Wei-1 born. John was a most homely man and not only knew it but enjoyed it. He said in his young days he could write to a girl and get up a mash in a short iime, but the moment she laid eye on him it was all oven Mr. Cleveland, however, would never ap point a man to an office of conse quence, without seeing him and it will lie recalled that he caused a de sertion from the Democratic ranks, on one ccasion at least. The late Seimtor-Piansom was about to land a man as consul at some place, when Mr. Cleveland said he thought he would appoint him. but first wanted to see him, whereupon Senator Ran som remarked as he went out at- the door: "It's all up. for if the Presi dent ever sees liim be will never ap point him. And he didn t, remark ing aside to Kansom: "I wouldn't inflict that man's presence on any community on earth." Old men in public position natu- i rally resent having somebody put in ! their position before they retire or ! renigri. it having been printed that. Taft would appoint Luke E. Wright Chief Justice, somebody asked Jus tice Harlan what he thought about it and the venerable Ken tuck ian an swered: "Wright will hardly be ap- pniuted Chief Justice. Fuller is not goinir to resign." Then having said 1 good-night, Justice Harlan, from half-way aerosg the street, called out cheerily. "Fuller and I have decided that we'll let them take us off feet foremost. Good-night." News and Observer. Foley's Honey and Tar is a safeguard against nerious results from spring colds, which inflame the lungs and develop into pneumonia. Avoid counterfeits by insisting upon having the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar. which contains no harmful drugs." Sold hy w. w. 1 A UK kit, Druggist Mr. Walter George Newman was in the city a short while this morning returning to New York from Gold Hill. He has been atjhe Union mine fince Sunday and is full of enthusiasm for the mine. He- says he has dis covered eight other separate gold vein in virgin soil, in the vicinity of the Union mine and on this mining property. Mr. Newman says he loves North Carolina and intends to turn things over in Rowan. Salis bury Post. We often wonder how any person can be persuaded into taking anything but Foley's Honey and Tar for' coughs, colds and lung trouble. Do not be fooled into accepting "own make" or other substitutes. The gen uine contains no harmful drugs and is in a yellow package Sold by W.W.PARKER, uruggisi. The Durham Herald says "two men can persuade a man to run for an office and three can make him think he is going to get it." That is quite true. It also sometimes hap pens that a man needs no one but himself to persuade him to run for office and it takes just one the fel low who runs against him to keep him from srettinir it. Greenville Re flector. Children especially like Kennedv's fjiTntive Cough Syrup, as it tastes nearly as good as maple sugar. It not only heals irritation ami nuays lnnammation, thereby stopping the COUgh. buC it also moves the hnorela gently and in that way drives the cold from ; the system. It coutains no opiates. Sold ; by all druggists. i EXPRESS f We Lre the onlv whiskev house tvires ALL OUR GOODS ARE - tAnheuser-Busch Beer, per 4 Dozen Bottles, Delivered, $5.0Q3- SSTIf 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." W. Jones co-n Whiskey 4 qts 10 years old $4.00 Old R. W. Jones corn Whiskev 8 vears old ' 'sn Old R. W. Jones corn Whiaboir A. veA.ru old o tn Old R. W. Jones corn urhiatoir 9. tban old o crt ".-............... ................. I AMI YVlkl.il..... I A . I I. v. A. W.V r. n,r! J -T lue ua" Kauon... fx.au Corn hiskey 4 gallons 2 years old 8.50 Corn Whiskey 2 gallons 2 years old 4.50 Corn whiskey 3 gallons 2 years old G.30 Po. oral Three Feathers 4 qts .. 8.00 Kje tvnisKey uid elvet 4 years old 4 00 Monntaiu Rye 2 years old 2.75 Kentucky Belle Rve 8 Echo Spring Rye 8 years old ."T..!."!X00 Silver Brook Rye (S ytars old .4.00 Mountain spring Hye xxx 4 years old....50 Log Cabin Rye 3 years old 2.75 Mountain Spring Rve jcx 2 75 bxrelsior iiye 2 years old 2.75 Golden Crown Ry 3 years old 3.00 Professor Jones Rye 2 50 Apple Brandy Home Made 8 years oid""4.'50 Baltimore Apple Brandy 3 years old 3.00 Gmjrer Brandy 2.50 reucu nranny iu years old 5.00 rencu ana noney 2 50 N. B. 1 gallon corn whiskey and ing F O B- nere - i.65 Take our advice and buy HOME MADE COPPER-DISTILLED Corn Whiskey made by us in the old fashion wav. We are one of the few that make our own Corn Whiskev. so vou can get it direct from the stilL 1M rers 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 IHIo-use, P. S. All Whiskies Delivered Express Prepaid in plain boxes if desired. R.l gallon Corn Whikey 100 proof and joe F. O. B. hpe 12.15. . Mi I WCSlEinrV amd (3C0RP We are showing goods in our line r.lohnir Drctm Goods, Porcsloo, Serges, Silver Gray Suitings, Silks, tvito Loams, Ginghssns, etc . Brown Domestics 5 to 10 cents. Hosiery and Underwear for men and women. tVorh Shirts, Shoes, Hats, Furnishings, etc. StapHe smdl Fancy (3fggf30, HAY AND FEEDSTUFFS. ' Car load purchases enable us to sell at Lowest Prices. 00. tQQQDEJAQIBRlJ . Phone No J 18. On and after December 1st, 1908, all lamps to all classes of customers will be charged for at the following prices. Lamps ordered by mail or telephone one day will be delivered next day, when" ordered in lots of five. Th5 messenger will not leave the lamps unless there is some one to sign the re ceipt for same. Tungsten lamps will be screwed into the sockets by the Company's employees, and must not be jarred. HENDERSON LIGHTING & POWER CO. Telephones Station 21, Office 6. I Real Estate, r - Loans K r 11 r and K f Insurance. K j Henderson Loan & Real Estate Co. sJ The Latest Price List PREPAID TO YOUR CITY. . our own corn whiskey. SOLD BY THIS LIST Barrelled Goods. Cherry Wine Old Cherry 8 years old Port Wine Scoppernong Wine Claret Wine Blackberry Wine Holland Gin Rose Gin ....3.00 ....4.00 . ..2 50 ....2.50 ....2.25 ....2.25 ....3.00 ... 2.50 Bottled Goods. French Brandy Per qt Cane Spring Rye 4 qt (bottled in S. Government Stamp) .. Green River Rve 4nt 3.50 bond U. ......6.00 . 600. 8.00 6.0O 6.00 ....6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 . 6.00 . 6.00 5 00 5.00 5.00 4.00 . 4.00 4 50 6.00 f TbreFeatherRye-4qts.... T, Canadian Club 4 qts !Old Prentice 4 qts , Mums Rye 4 qts ! full Dress 4 qts ; Four Aces 4 qts..... Echo Spring 4 qts ' Mark Rogers 4 qts.- Jefferson Club 4 qts.. Gordon Rye 4 qts.. Fltz Hugh Lee 4 qts , Blue Blood 4 qts . Montreal Malt whiskey 4 qts Jiiuy Baxter qt s Anderson Club 4 "qts ............. Old Bob Burton 4 qts Old Flutcher 4 qt s, Virginia.. a superior: . stock of embracing such as: Henderson, N. Cm 4 C. P. 25 Watt Carbon Filament, f .20 10 " 33 Watt Carbon Filament, .20 16 " 56 Watt Carbon Filament? .20 20 " 50 Watt Meridian 40 40 " 100 Watt Meridian 60 40 100 Watt Gem 40 200 " 250 Watt Gem 85 Hylo, 1 to 16 C. P .50 Tungsten Lamps. 45 C. P. 60 Watt Tungsten 1.50 80 " 100 Watt Tupgsten 1.85 200 250 Watt Tungsten 3.75 that maLiwifac- AND NO OTHER LIST 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' Malt 4 qts ........5.00 Duffy's Malt by the case 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 P. R. 4 qts.................., ..4.00 Silus Dean 4 qts . 4.00 Old Henry 4 qts ...4.00 Bottled Wine. - - Virginia Dare 4 qts.,.1 . 3.50 St. Estephe 4 qts- .....3.50 St. Julean 4 qt 3.50 Virainia Claret 4 qt 3.50 Imperial Sberrv 8 years old, 4 qts 5.00 Domestic 4 qt 3.50 Alcohol best grade 1 qt 2 00 Minnehaha 4 qts 3.50 Pocahontas 4 qts 4.50 Imperial Blackberry 4 qts .3.50 Scuppernong 4 qts.... 3.50 Port 4 qts 3.50 Blackberry Brandy 4 qt. 5.00 Extra Dry Mumm's 4 qt ...1G.00 1 - N. B. 1 gallon corn whiskey 100 proof and jug F. O. B. here 2-15 ii ; b&mMmmmmm 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. I Full line of Hardware of all kinds. Guns, Shells, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Carpenters' Tools, Builders' Hardware, Etc. A N B The "Buck's" Slore wym can set Anything in Hardware For Croup Tonsilitis and Asthma A quick and powerful remedy is needed to b. eak up an uttack of croup. Sloan's Liniment has cured many cases of croup, it acts instantly when applied both inside and outside of the throat it breaks up the phlegm, re duces the inflammation, and relieves the difficulty of breathing. Sloan's Liniment gives quick relief in all cases of asthma, bronchitis, sore throat, tonsilitis, and pains in the chest. Price, 25c coc., and 91.00. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass. THE TASTE TELLS. We do not ship direct from our DistilleriH, but niro our ;oo1h from three to five Kurnmers in bulk, before offering th-m for t.ah They are doubly dintilled and are absolutely pure. No lOxtr-M-in, no Compounds. We have a small quantity of EXTRA FINE OLD WHISKEY that we are offering as follows: 1 Gallon AREY'S PRIDE (Old Corn) $2.85 2 " " " 5.00 1 " MONTE CARLO (Old Rye) 3.60 2 "x " " " 6.75 4 full quarts CECILS 8 years (in bond) 5.00 Express charges prepaid. Terms: Cashier's cheek, post office "r express money order with each order. Consolidated Whiskey Company, P. O. Box 114. Baltimore, Md. Reference: Peoples National Bank, Salisbury, N. C If vou buy a rADDITT DII11V at 25 cents a lb. it is worth the UimDII THE CQHUBirOT BUGGY CO., HENDERSON, N. C. Jefferson Home Office STRONGEST fi nn Ai. JOS. G.BROWN, P. D. GOLD, President. ' Vice-Pres. and Gen. M?r C. W. GOLD, . Secretary and Superintendent of Agencies. KEEP THE CHICKENS OF THE GARDEN. Agency for Buck's Stoves and Ranges, Acme Harrows, Oliver and Dixie Plows, Oaks, Jr., Cotton and Corn Planters. Leader Churns. E L Be TTlT! I DUUU7 est'd money mv S 1 i-TlllllLLii STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE G0APANy IN THE SOUTH Surplus to Policu Holders $493,493.03 To insure jour life in tbe strongest couijanf- To keep your farailj absolutely protect: To keep your money in the Sout h : To prosper jour borne. This is sane business judgment nrnl patriotism. Tbe JEFFERSON Standard policies are BEST.