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THE HENDERSON GOLD XEAF THURSDAY , JUNE 3, 1909.
STATEMENT APRIL 28, 1909. Resources liii.m ami Dincomits 47."j,1j01 .1 0 Overdraft. r,,821.0."i Stocks and Bond. 2'.).GW.2. '.'nk'girseand Fixtures 10.732.73 Insurance Department. 1,D2JY. ( lash on hand and in Iank 10.",02.3.4.'J Total. .-';2i.7;i.28 We invite new accounts from all who wish to save or invest money. THE (&HTHZENS 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. JOHN B. W ATKINS. I THATdOLCfl ISTKOIJBLKSOMK, I wt Cherry Juice and Vinol at I'AIt KCII'S. It it guaranteed. 1 I.Ot Ft BKST ClBADi: STBAKillT .m l Patent at lo went prices II. THOMASOX'S. "1 r WTKI) Triintwortby mail or woman f T in -u-h county to advcrtiHP, receive (ikIith jhkI manage luiHirn-HH for New York M.iil Or.l. r I! oil hc. ?1H.0I weekly; pnmtion m : iii.iii iit: no in vcntim-iit reriiirei. Previous i pi ri''iii ' not. eMHcntinl to enyafriii?. Spire t : i r n - vuliliililp. KlM'lom- Hi'lf inlilreHKeil n- ii !u.i- for full isirticiiliirH. AiMrrHH. Cliirke .... WIk.I.fuI.- Dcjit., 10.', I'.nk Ave., N.-w V'.,!. IUM; your I'.utter and Mitkh to The y Whitten (iroery (1. We pay canh or trade fur name. I 'hone 4.". 1 I : KTT V I.INi: OF DRKSS COOKS and NotioriH at II. TIIOMASO.VS. l,fi: hnve a few nice HAMMOCKS y we an- going to clone out I '.CLOW COST. Till-; WHITTKN CIlOCKItY CO. I 'hone J."i. Si:i; tiie new good. at II. T MO MAS ON'S, 'i'hey are lteautieH and cheaper t hirt wanon. VI i CA TS WA NT KB: Men or women to work in Vance county. Can eaxilv make j? 1 ." to .2-"i per week. Ad .IresH "V." Brawer ''A.'' Kaleigh, N. C. 1 LOW Kits JOB SALK Ceraninins, x ' Begoni.'iH and l-'ern.-. Nice, vigor oil plants. Set- them at II. ThomaHon'H f n M I LLKT SKKB New lot Cerman Millet need justreceived. II. TIB .MASON. IoBSALK One pony and buggy, and one two-seated trap. Can he converted into one or two watt. Aluo on'- 12 liorne power nteaui engine. In perfect condition. Kchhoii for selling in th'it I have nit in electric power. J. S. I'OYTIIItKSS. 1 olNi; TO TIIK MOUNTAINS? Yon V I arc going to the mountains thin hii in hut niid want hoard away from liusini'frt noise of town. There in no mure delightful place surrounded By un excelled mountain scenery than Wnynes ville. Kates rcasonnhle. Address .I AMKS W. BYNKM, Waj nesville, N. C. BY MAIL: Sewirtj; Machine Needles, Per I)oz.. 18c.: Belts, 18c. Shuttl es, Bobbins, Attachments. WRITE W. II. GRIFFITH. R&leigh. N. C. FOR PRICE-LIST. Momhiv whs observed as a legal holiday. May .'loth. National Dee unit ion day, fulling on Sunday. Mr Kit-hard (L-iry came from (Ireen wooil. S. C, last week to visit Bis parents. Mr. n ml Mrs. I. 11. Clary, re t liming Tuesday. Mrs. Mis-illier calls attention to a nice line of new kimonos and lace trimmed petticoats just received. Note change in advertisement this week. Cool, comfortable wearables for Both men and women are the season nBI tilings Thomas &. Xewcomb in vite attention to in their advertise ment this week. Friends of Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Itnss will be interested to learn that the stork lias recently paid a visitation to their home in Atlanta and left with them another littlegirl. Mother and child Both doing; well. Mr. .lohn T. Stone lias gone to Warren ton to take charge of the mechanii al dejia rtment of the Record, under the new management. A enpn Ble and experienced printer, quick, apt and intelligent. .lohn can make good in ;i print shop when lie has a mind to. Mr. Walter Hart of Atlanta, came Sunday to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J I. Hart, and will remain until Saturday. Walter has a good position as traveling salesman for a large wholesale house in Atlanta find is doing well, having married since he left Henderson some years ago. lie was accompanied by his wife when he was here last. At the meeting of the North Caro lina Hankers' Association in Char lotte last week. Mr. W. A. Hunt, cashier of the Citizens Hank of Hen derson, was elected secretary and treaurer for the fifth consecutive t-Tin. A compliment to Mr. Hunt of which he is entirely deserving-. The organization never had a more capa ble or faithful othcial. Hy ones and twos and in companies '' young' folks are coming home fr..ni school. May they enjoy the vacation season in rest and recrea te'ii and return to their studies i-e who go back refreshed and ':;vigorateJ. in body and mind, am- ! ous to thoroughly improve the ,!;il, and opportunity presented to W'epnre and equip t hemselves for life's duties. i ir;-1 Entail came up from Wilson J Ilmrsday to see his father. Mr. -Ntall. who has been sick for Mr N "V He went back Monday. H i i Ut: 1 Lrr:l'biallv prows weaker J , ,, - ,suu,'r a great deal. He has h ; ir"ul,k' can not eat ut very little scarcely cnouph for ' nshment mui doesnot rest well t,St-MI ,? Wend will reRret to Mrn that his condition does not im- I'lOVf. of IR.SETR Arnolds Bal B arrant Ly Melville Dorsey andThomat pa with a Liabilities. Capital Stock paid in, $100,000.00 Surplus and rrofitH, 0.3.081.11 Due to Banks, 2.205.81 Accrued Interest, 703.40 Deposits 4G2.720.87 Total, fG20.7Gl.28 Lieut. John .S. E. Yon - fstates army, commandant of the cadet corps at A. & M. College, is home for the summer vsu-ntnr, tmA - " v'UJI, C f is now devoting; himself to "drilling" awl training-garden truck instead of embryo soldiers. The military de partment of the college has greatly improved under Lieut. Young's man agement and high praise is spoken of the excellent work done. Iiev. II. T. Stevens returned last vyeek from the Baptist Thelogical Seminary at Louisville where ho has leen for the past eight months. He comes back for the summer vaca tion and will do evangelistic and supply work in the mean time. Mr. Stevens will take his former charges, Island Creek, Rock Spring and Pop lar Creek churches and will assist in revival meetings at other churches in the countv. Death of an Aged Lady. Mrs. Mary 10. Catlett died at the home of her son, Mr. C. S. Catlett, in South Hondprson. at 1 o'clock Tues day night, aged 7S years. The body w'as taken to Franklinton and bu ried Wednesday afternoon, Kev. W. H. Humble eowlucting the service. Mrs. Catlett was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church holding membership with the church near Franklinton. Sewing Machine Requisites. If you want sewing machine needles, attachments, or parts of any kind or want your old machine repaired and made good us new at small cost write to W. II. Criffith, Italeigh, N. C. He is manufacturers' agent and dealer in sewing machine supplies of all kinds, and can furnish you on short notice and save you money. See advertisement elsewhere in this paper and write to Mr. Griffith for price list. - - . . Gone to Baltimore to Live. Mr. and Mrs. L. I). Stainback and son, Harnard, have gone to Kalti more to live. Their friends regret to lose them as resident of Henderson. For business reasons Mr. Stainback thought it would be better for him to move his family to Baltimore, where he travels from, and he con cluded t o make the change for a year at any rate. They will live at the Hotel Condon where they will be "at home" to their friends visiting Balti more, or who may wish to commu nicate with them by letter. May the Boy Become as Good as the Man. There is a chubby face, pink cheek little stranger at Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. O'Neil's. It's another boy and his name is Julian Ingle. If there is anything in a name the parents have chosen well, and our wish for the little boy is that he may grow to be as good and godly a man, his life a blessing and a benediction to his fel lows, as the beloved man whose name he bears. And doing this he he will have an inheritance far more to be desired than great riches. Quit and Came Home. Mrs. I). C. Loughlin and son, Mr. I). C. Loughlin, Jr., reached home last week from the Pacific coast where they went a few months ago to join the Norris & Howe Show to till a re-engagement. Owing to poor business incident to unfavorable weather and scarcity of money in the country the show has been playing in hard luck since the opening of the season and not caring to take chances and get further behind on salary "The Loughlins" decided to quit and return home as did a num ber of other performers. Double Tax For Failure to List. The Machinery Act as passed by the Legislature of 1009 makes it obligatory on the chairman of the board of county commissioners to double tax all persons who fail to list their property for taxation. Sectiou 73 reads: "The chairman for the board of commissioners shall examine the tax list from each town ship for the previous year and insert in said list the description and valua tion of all property not given in and SHALL charge all such ersons with DOUBLE the TAX which they would otherwise be chargeable; and all per sons who own property and WILL FULLY FAIL TO LIST IT within the time allowed before the list taker or board of commissioners shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and on con viction thereof shall he fined not more than fifty dollars or imprisoned not more than thirty days, and it shall be the duty of theboard of com missioners to present to the grand jury the names of all such persons." Property owners should take warn ing and avoid being double taxed by Ustinsr property promptly. NEW SHIPMAN ORGANS just received. An excellent instru . uient at a moderate price. Come in and examine these goods and let u tell you more about them. ODORLESS REFRIGERATORS. "Best in the world." Guaranteed to be just what the name implies odorless. Will keep contents cool and fresh with a smaller quantity of ice for a longer time thuu any other refrigerator. And the price is reasonable, too. Henderson Furniture Go. y About that Poxtoffice Building. The Government got the site all right, but there is no indication that Henderson will get its public building any time in the near future. Maybe a start will be made on it after awhile and the building completed inside of five years from the time the appropriation was made and the site secured or afterward but we will have to be shown before we be lieve it. Fact is the subject seems to nave .alien into innocuous desuetude, as Mr. Cleveland would have express ed it, and our people have about for gotten the matter while the authori ties at Washington appear to have gone to sleep over it. Condition of Mrs. Geo. M. Newell Improved. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Coghill who have been here for two weeks, com- iug from Rocky Mount, left Tuesday night for Falls Church, Va., near v ashmgton, to visit their daughter, Mrs. Geo. M. Jewell. Mrs. Newell has been in a hospital in Washington about four weeks, but has recovered sufficiently to go to her home. Her friends will be glad to learn that she is getting on very well and the in dications are that she will soon be restored to complete health. Report on International Cotton Congress. We have before us a copy of the Textile Manufacturers' Journal.pub lisJied in New York, of May 20th, which contains a full account of the meeting of the American Manufac turers Association at Richmond, Va., last week, including the special re ports, papers and addresses deliver ed before the association. It is a splendid publication containing a vast amount of information interest ing and valuable not only to cotton mill men and the trade generally but to others. Among the papers pub lished is one by Mr. D. Y. Cooper of Henderson, being a report on the In ternational Cotton Congress which he attended in Paris last summer. Believing it will be of general interest because of the information it con tains we are going to publish Mr. Cooper's report next week and defer comment for this reason. "Change in Business. The business of the Jones printing house has undergone some changes. Maj. Pryce T. Jones has sold a con trolling interest in the business to Mr. Mark II. Stone, and his son, Mr. Turner Jones, and the concern will be known in future as the Jones- Stone Printing Company. Pryce T.. Jones is president; Mark H. Stone vice-president and general manager; Turner Jones secretary and treasurer. They will continue to do as hereto fore, a general job printing and sta tionery business, and those who know what manner oi work this es tablishment puts out do not need to be told any more than that the same high-class work and prompt atten tion is assured under the present management. Mr. Stone is one of the most artistic and expert iob printers in the State, sober, industri ous and reliable; and Turner Jones "he's all right," steady, painstaking, dependable. Mai. Jones will devote Ins time and attention to other business, while overlooking the run of things at the job office and giving the young men who have served under mm for years and imbibed much of his knowledge and advanced ideas the benefit of his ripe and valuable experience. In a circular letter to his friends and custsomers announcing the change in business Maj. Jones says: 1 have recently sold to my foreman, Mr. Mark II. Stone, and my son, Mr. Turner Jones, a controlling interest in my printing business, and they have as sumed active management thereof. These young men are industrious, re liable and trustworthy, and thoroughly competent to execute in best manner all kinds of job printing. They are well equipped having recently added new type and machinery and I take pleas ure in recommending them to you, as suring you the new concern will heartily appreciate your patronage and give all orders prompt and careful attention. 1 hanking vou for favors extended me individually, I beg to remain, i ours very truly. PRYCE T. JONES. How's This. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any caHe of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. WV, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tions and financially able to carrv out any obligations made by bis firm. Waldino. Kixnan Jc Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous urfaees of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall s family Pills for constipation. New Meat Market. I Lave opened a MEAT MARKET in the Loughlin building, across the 6treet from the old Dispensary, and respectfully solicite a 6hare of the public patronage. Will baTe an exnert ratter in chanre and purpose at all times to furnish mr customers with the best to be had in the line of fresh meats ol all kinds. Prompt attention to all order. Phone 359 F. GEORGE R. IVEY. ) "THE LADIES' STORE." NICE LINE -OF- NEW KIMONOS c Lace Trimmed Petticoats ? to which the special attention of) ? the ladies is invited. I MRS. MISSHXIER. S Kodol for Dyspepsia D I Rests what you eat. Henderson Shoe Company Has New Manager. Mr. L. 0. Brinkley of Edenton, X. C, has come to make Henderson his home. He will be manager of the Henderson Shoe Company's store succeeding Mr. Andrew J. Davis, Jr., who will be book-keeper for the new tobacco warehouse firm mentioned heretofore. Until the tobacco season opens Mr. Davis will become letter acquainted with the farmres of Vance and adjacent counties and familiar ize himself with the trade generally. We welcome Mr. Brinkley to Hen derson and congratulate his employ ers upon securing his services. He has had a number of years experience in the business, knows shoes and is familiar with the trade. He is a young man of pleasing presence and agreeable personality, courteous and affable, painstaking' and obliging, with the one desire to please his cus tomers, and will easily make friends for himself and the interests lie rep resents. Personal. Returning from the Presbyterian General Assembly at Savannah, Oa., Capt. Thomas Tate, of Pulaski, Va., stopped over in Henderson a short while last week to see Kev., J. A. McClure and wife. Capt. Tate is a cousin of Mrs. McClure's. A gentle man of the old school, of engagiug personality and a delightful conver sationalist, it was a pleasure to meet him and the regret was that his etay was of such short duration. Capl. Tate whs a cadet at the Virginia Military Institute at the time the late Capt. V. B. Shaw was there and his references to his deceased friend and former comrade in arms were of the most friendty and appreciative char acter. It was not Capt. Tate's priv ilege to participate in the battle of New Market with the cadet corps, and as another tells it he has not ceased to regret it to this day. He was sick with typhoid feaver at the time. A twin brother, Mr. Charles Tate, (still living) was there along with Shaw and others of the brave young fellows when the cadets covered themselves with glory. Although he was not in the New Market fight Capt. Tate fought through the war and was a gallant soldier, and in time of peace since he has served his State well. While he has not sought political honors he has been a mem ber of the State Senate in which body he took an active and prominent part hikI was a leader in all matters tending to promote the cause of ed ucation and a valiant champion of every proposition to strengthen and maintain the State's public institu tions, besides holding other positions of trust and honor. Capt. Tate has for a number of years been on the board of visitors to the Virginia Military Institute, and it was to go there be fore returning to his home that his stay in Henderson was not longer. Weston, Ocean-to-Ocean Walker, Said recently: "When you feel down and out. there is no use living, just take your bad thoughts with you and walk them off. Before you have walked a mile things will look rosier. Just try it." Have you noticed the increase in walking of late in every com munity? Many attribute it to the comfort which Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic pow der to be shaken into the shoes, gives to the millions now using it. As Weston has said, "It has real merit." It cures tiled, aching feet while you walk. 30,000 testimonials. Order a 25c. package today of any druggist and be ready to forget you have feet. A trial package of Allen's Foot-Ease sent FREE. Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. A Fact. Durham Herald. Well, the Republicans cannot claim that the President did not give them fair warning in his Greensboro speech. a -1 i iU Come In and Try On a Pair of REGAL SHOES If you have never yet worn Regal Shoes, by all means let us supply you with a pair this season. Only in custom made shoes can you obtain equal quality and then you must pay many the Regal price. All the Regal styles are exact reproductions of expensive cus tom models you can tell that by their smart, trim lines. And we can give you a made-to-measure fit in Regal Shoes, because they are made n quarter-sizes. The new Regal styles will win v0ur approval on sight Henderson Shoe Company, L. C. BRINKLEY, Manager. PUBSHTTV I beg to announce that I have just opened a fie IV drug store with .modern, up-to-date fixtures and equipped with a complete stock of pure, fresh drugs, including Druggists9 undries, 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. Agency for Maillard's Candies. Come and inspect my place under Croatan Club. Near the post office. H. . THROWER, Proprietor. PHONE No. 7. The Leader Chum. Those who have tried the Leader churn say it is all that is claimed for it the best thing of the kind they hnve ever seen. The Leader is a fctpr-raror and churn combine. It will separate butter (not cream) directly from sweet or sour milk (not skim milk) or from sweet or sour cream, in three to five minutes.-It makes absolutely pure butter from ; sweet milk or cream the finest quality of granulated butter that has eer been been produced by any known system. The farmer can pro duce as fine a grade of butter with the Leader churn-separator as any creamery company in the world. This is the claim made by the manufac turersand they produce facts to substantiate it. " Daniel & Company who sell the Leader churn in Henderson, have put m another lot and are uow in position to supply immediate de mands. They have sold a good many of these churns and every pur chaser forthwith becomes an adver tiser for it. The price is higher than you would have to pay for an ordi nary churn but it is worth more and cheaper in the end. The Leader will soon pay for itself in the in creased vield and saving of time and labor, beside producing a superior quality of butter. Trick of the Types. The heading of the story told by Gov. Kitehin as printed on the fourth page of the Gold Leaf this week got considerably mixed in correcting the proof. It should have read "Why the Witness Didn't Whip Brother Jones Gov. Kitehin s btory, whereas it is jumbled into "Why theWitness Didn't Whip Gov. Kitcbin's Story." The reading of the article will explain Gov. Kitchin's cannection with it,. and if he will come to Heuderson he has our permission to "whip" the in telligent (?) compositor1 who would make it appear that the occupant of the Governor's mansion had been in some sort of a fistic mixup. Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolforda Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by ;v . W . Parker, druggist. je-2G. William H. Harris Dies at Home in Richmond. His William Henry Harris, a popular young employe of the Virginia Passenger and Power Company, died this morning at 0:30 o'clock of peritonitis which fol lowed an attack of appendicitis. He was ill only six days. Mr. Harris was the only son of Captain b. H. Harris, of Truck Company No. 1, RICHMOND fire department. He was married nine months ago to Miss Kate Williamson, of Chesterfield county. He leaves be sides his widow, his parents and one sis ter. Miss Evelyn J. Hams. Although a young man Mr. Harris was held in high esteem and given a re sponsible position with the company by which he was employed. He would have been twenty-one years old June It). He was kind and courteous to those with whom he came in contact and was regarded aa a most promising young man. He was employed in the office of the Aews Lender a few years ago. The a.bove is taken from the Rich mond News Leader of May 25th, and will be read with feelings of sorrow by many persons here who knew the dead young: man. Mr. Harris was a grand son of Mrs. M. E. J. Harris of Henderson, and had a number of relatives and acquaintances here. HERE IS RELIEF FOR WOMEN If you have pains in the back, Urinary, Bladder or Kidney trouble, and want a cer tain, nleasant herb relief from Women's ills. trv Mother Grav's ''AUSTRALIAN-LEAF." It, is a safe, reliable regulator, and relieves nil Female weaknesses, including inflamma tion and ulcerations. MOTHER GRAY'S AUSTRALIAN-LEAF is sold by Druggists or sent by mail for 50 cents. Sa ra pie sent r RLE. Address The Mother Gray IO., L,eroy, i times $50 $400 $00 n . m AT Death of Kirs. Viola Williams Bob bin. Friends of Mrs. Viola Williams Bobbitt will be pained to learn of her death which occurred at the home of her brother, Rev. J. S. Williams, in" Asheville early Monday morning. The body was brought to Vance county for burial arriving atKittrell on train yo. da Tuesday and was carried direct to Plank Chapel where interment was maue. Kev. li. . Starling, the pastor, assisted by uev. it. M. Andrews of Henderson, conducted the service. There was a large attendance at the funeral and the floral tributes were profuse and beautiful. Rev. J. S. Williams and two sisters aud the bereaved young Husband came with the remains from Asheville. The pall-bearers were P. E. Smith. R. K. Young, H. L. Rowland. R. S. McCoin, S. R. Harris, T. T. Hicks. Flower bearers, Misses Alice Rodgers, Gussie Finch, Norma Kearnev. Min nie Johnson, Ethel Young, Fannie Rowland, Pearl Rowland. Funeral director A. T. Barnes. Deceased was a lovely voung wo man and her death will carry sor row to the hearts of many persons here and elsewhere who knew her and loved her. She formerly lived in Hen derson, while her brother. Rev. J. S. Williams, was pastor of the Methodist Protestant church, and afterward. and married Mr. Patrick II. Bobbitt of this county. Her health failing. she went to the mountains in hopes of receiving benefit from the change of climate, but the only result was possibly to prolong life a curecould not be effected It is all very sad that one so voung and joyous, so sweet and amiable, so lovely and lovable; oue so beautiful in character and so helpful in loving ministrtations, delighting to walk in the ways of her Lord and Savior, doing good toothers, should betaken from us. But God makes no mis takes, and His will not ours, be done. The following lines dedicated to another (name of the author we do not recall) seem most fitting and we quote them here: Out from the shadow land into the sunshine. Cloudless, eternal, that fades not away. Softly, and tenderly, Jesus hath called her Home where the ransomed are gathered today. Out of the shadow land, weary and change ful. Out of the valley of sorrow and night: Into the rest of life everlasting. Into the summer of endlese delight. Out of the shadow land, over life's ocean, Into the rapture and ioy of the Lord; Safe in the Father's house welcomed by angels. Her's the bright crown of eternal reward. Far silently, peacefully, angels have borne her, Into the beautiful mansion above. There shall she rest from earth's trials for ever, Safe in the arms of God's infinite love. Every Old Thing Made New. An old chair with a small can of L. & M. Home Fnish Varnish Stain. Any old furniture with a small can of L. & M. Home Finish Varnish. A kitchen floor. porch floor, with a small can of the L. & M. Home Finish Floor Paiat. Old kitchen chairs, benches, any old small thines with a pound or two 01 the L. & M. Home Finish Domestic Paint. A carriage. a buggy, with about a dollar's worth of 1j. & M. liome ini8ii uarnage varnisn Paint. Porch furniture, lawn swings, iron railings with a small can of L. & M. Home Finish Porch Lnamel Taint in all colors. An old leaky roof made tight, with a can of Eclipse ltoof and Image Paint. All old things made new witn these little cans of L. & M. Home Finish Paints. Cost is trifling. I5e sure to get them from Melville Dorsey. Henderson, N. C. COOL COMFORTABLE TUnndleirweair Shirts and Hose. BIG LINE OF- Sample Fans, CHEAP, AT Thomas & Newcomb. EXACTING 'MAN We want the most particular property owner in town to paint his house, one half Devoe, the other half whatever he likes. If Devoe doesn't take less gallons and money, no pay. If Devoe rWsn't wear IOAM lOTMCR better, then well give him enough to do it again. AIXEN-HOSS BABOWABE CO. I I GAL.. DEVOE I COVS THE LIGHT OF OUR BANK THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Henderson, N. C. S. H. HARRIS, HENRY PERRY, S. T. PEACE, President. Vice-President. Cashier. AIBStDlLUTElLY THE BEST ICE CREAM FREEZER and WATER COOLER in our store. To the two persons holding the lucky numbers during the month of June we are going to give away the above named articles. OUR PROPOSITION: Kvery one making a rash prcliu uronll or larm d urine Ih mouth of Jim will he friven a coupon. Kiuh rouiwiii will In mimtx'roil nnd rtirb. numtwr tll or reopond with Another numlier. The jTon holding the lucky number will jrt tbr priw. Every thing will If prfctly fair Hnl th small pnn-h'r will tnm1 just n good a rtianre to get a prise n the large one. IMIN'T KAIL TO KICK! Y'K COUPONS given with earh puirbune. Wa.tkins Hardware Co, (Retell Department.) SAMUEL W ATKINS, Jr., Manager. CALL UP PHONE 364-B, and let us send you one pound of Chase & Shanborn's coffee to try. The best in town 18, 20, 25 and 35 cent grades. Fresh stock received every two weeks. Bretsch's Bread and Fleishman's Yeast received daily. New Irish Potatoes and Beets, Every thing in canned goods. National Biscuit Company's cakes and crackers, always fresh. Give us a trial prompt delivery and satisfaction guaranteed. Yours to please, E. A. Kelly & Company. Phone No. 80 vc JUNE MILLINERY. This week we are showing many new shapes in Milan and Chip. All different styles. V Also a new lot of Fancy Feathers. Flowers and Ribbons. Don't fail to see our line of Trimmed Hats. MRS. O. O. WHITE s.nSS&n. HAMPTON'S MAGAZINE. (The New Broadway.) June number now on our counters. An unusually fine numbei containing a vast amount of matter of in terest and information to old and young. 1 5 cents the o o Q Q o copy. tauli: of 'The Unknowable .Vjrro." by Harri I)i kon. lllu.t rat iorm from I'hoto-rrHph. ,4A Littlefiraft in Home.Miioii." ( A Ktory by Par ker H. Fillmore. Illustration by Florence Scovel .Shins. ' The (Jrip in Deep Hole." (A Srorv) by Churl J. 1 1. KoUrt. Illii-tratioim by Paul Uransoin." ITnderHtarjdinir," Vere) by Charlotte JiecUr. "White Coal Mine and Water Farm," by John L. Mathews Ib lost rations from Photographs "Our l.'ndiw-iplined Daughter." by Ileginald Wright Kauffrnan. !llntration by Ijtura K. FoUr. "The Fast Watch." (A Storvj by frlwin Daliner and William II. Macllarg. Illunt ration by William Oberhardt. "Women of th Circus," bv Hugh C. Weir, 'illustration from Photographs "The American "Millionaire." by (iilbert K. C!terton. "Mickey'- View of It." (A Story,) bv Hugh Johnon. Illustration fy Horace Taylor. "The Storr of the Wonderful Watermelon Patch." (Part Three The Heart" of the Railroad Problem) by Charle Edward Iiurell. Illustration from Photograph. "Personalities" Illus trationsfrom Photographs "TheSilver Horde," (Serial Story.) by Rex Beach. Illustration by II. T. Dunn. "Cella and Lily." (A Story.) by Hulbert Footner. Illustration by Arthur Lilo. "Found Waiting." (AStorr.) by Jtertba Poole Weyle. I llut ration bv Ike Morgan. "The Castaways' (A Story.) by Mary Hastings and Arthur Scott. Editorial Note. Writer and Their orje. Il lustration from Photographs Frontispiece, "The Toiler," from a Painting by lingo Ballin. 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