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THE HENDERSON GCXLD LE AF THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 2, 1909.
The Man Who Wants To Borrow Money and the man who wants a safe place to keep his money, a place where he can leave it, with the certainty of get ting all or any part of it at any time, are both appre ciated patrons at this bank. We do a general commercial banking business we co-operate with and assist our customers in the up building of their business. We are constantly gaining new patrons and shall be pleased to number you among them. THE CUTHZEIUS BANCS, HENDERSON, N.C. VERY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles Poors, Windows, Frames, Oak Mantels, Tiles, Grates, &c. JOHN B. W ATKINS. aI1,i Notions at H. THO.MASON'S. ,ll7. MOSIOY by bujing IiltUSIIES H ivA t MM I'.S Jit I'AllK KlfS DUrO STOUB. pl.OI K-HKST CltADK KTK.U'iUT V mid Patent at loweHt pricoH. M. THOMASON'S. rN Ml A briirht yniniK man 10 li.irn the tobacco biiHineHH. Ap- I iri'll-f (if J. P. T.VYI.OU & CO. T I'i:i AtfentH for Vance county !.. .-!! Uie.FoiiPH automatic harne - . . . ti..,i..,in.w. .1.. .... l iillai i"l'l l-'iif office between 10 nnd Z A. M.. I'riilay the Unl. I) I 'tli KALK One gquare (flat t .f i (li.uio. (Jood tone and ill pood opln- Will lc koIiI verv cheap and on ,,,-v i. tii. M. J. EDWAKDS. Mr. P. York t Mi- liull-'- I L-mivl The,, S Aimiikoii lias gone to New buy n'v ,'oo(ls. l: -i' Harris is attending u ii ty at. Mr. Joo Jones' near iniie ami barbecue, then the 1 imj'jv show and tlio next .sonietbinir else. uHnirt ma will Im Mr- Willie Tucker, and son, Er J. II. Tiick'-r, have returned from a trip to : ill mince ami Wnsliiujrton City. K..;ml I lines went toGreens h"n W.ilnrs lav for a two weeks .r .i v with her diiughter, Mr. J. 1. S Jib'. Miss Maria Tucker will return home Friihv from Madison, Wisconsin, wliwv he spent the summer with her i-ter. Mrs. V. M. Chalmers. ll.'v. .1. K. loan will be in his pulpit lit the first Itaptisb church next .SuihI iy morning at 11 o'jlock. The piihli i orili all v invited to attend. M. .1. I-Mwards advertises a piano fur sale. Square (flat top) sweet tein'il and in good condition. Will U mM vi ry cheap and on easy terms. Mr. 'ieorge Ii. Harris and little son ,w.u, ate home alter upending a Hiviat Ih iidersonville. Miss Janie Hiirris will remain several weeks Iji-r. Tin'tiist fall month is with us and . tin warm weather of which i'v . been complaining will be but a memory ami coal bills will take tho l'.l(V i,f i. e bills. hev. .1 McClure will return to iienii. r.n iiiis week Troni Ins vaca tion spent iii Virginia and will occu- I'v his pii'j.ir at the Presbyterian univii aii,.iy as usual. nil u ..ii-rtooii i l'omas lias irone NclI'lii I.i liiiv now f:ill tn.rntj tnr Newcomb. Miss Kosa aeeoiiipanied him and will line of fall iind winter mil- Dr. Robert T. Upchurch, of Apex, has rented the ofiice of Dr. John Hill Tncker and will make Henderson his home. We extend him a cordial welcome. Dr. Upchurch waseducatd at the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, afterward serving as resident physician and surgeon to St. Vincent's Hospital, Erie Pa. A. C. Zollicoffer, trustee, advertises to sell a certain tract of land situated iu Vance cpunt and containing 38 acres, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, at the court house door iu Henderson on Monday, October 4th. For more definite in formation as to the land and loca tion, see notice in . another column. Mr. and Mrs. W. fl. Alston arrived Saturday from Nev York to visit relatives before going abroad again. They reached here from Turkey the first of June and will sail from New York about the 15th on their return to Cavalla, wber Mr. Alston has been located for several years look ing after the business of the Ameri can Tobacco Company in Turkey. The new directory gotten out by the Home Telephone and Telegraph Company is a neat little pamphlet from the presses of the Jones-Stone Printing Company, and not the least attractive feature are the advertise ments in it. fJeneral Manager Toe pieman and Local Manager J. II. Teague leave nothing undone in serv ing their patrons. Connecting with long distance lines of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company and the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Gentry Show Was Good. sentry Jirotners oor ana pony show c-ave two performances here Monday and pleased their patrons. The attendance was perhaps under the average, the usual crowd not. coming in from the country, owing to the busy season with the farmers. The performances was altogether characteristic of Gentrvs' Show and was enjoyed by old and young alike. In addition to the animal actors there were other features, a troupe of Japanese acrobats, rope walkers and jugglers, and a team of gymnasts wliose work onjthe horizontal bars was especially fine. lhe performance was clean in character, educational in nature and was thoroughly enjoyed bv those who witnessed it. Big Shipment of Tobacco to Japan. On last Friday, Aug. 27th, the J. P. Taylor Company made a ship ment of 25 car loads of tobacco to Japan. This shipment goea via Sea board Air Line Railway aorcws the continent to Seattle thence to the "Flowery Kingdom." This tobacco goes to the Imperial Government of Japan and is but one of a series of shipments to follow. The J. P. Taylor Company are rep resentatives of the Japanese govern ment in tbU section. It speaks well for the excellent equipment and good facilities for handling tobacco that this firm can handle such an immense order.-. This tobacco was all purchased - on the Henderson market and owing to having this business they are enabled to pay the highest prices. - Instruction in Music. Mrs. F. 8. Harris announces that she will resume her work in piano in struction Sept. 13th. Careful atten tion given to touch and technique. Mrs. Harris would be glad also to have classes in club swinging. As she aptly says in her advertisement of all the exercises that belong to the class of light gymnastics, none is perhaps more useful, fascinating ana beneficial than club swinging, bringing into action as it does those muscles that most need development. For terms apply to Mr. Harris at her home. Personal. Mrs. W. Charlton Lynch and little daughter, Mary, have returned to their home in Edgefield, S. C, after a visit of several weeks to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Harris. (The Gold Leaf takes this occasion to say that it slipped up badly in its personal allusion to Mrs. Lynch (formerly Miss Ruth Harris) recent ly. The item as given us was intend ed to chronicle the Varirval" of both Mrs. Lynch and her little daughter at the home of her parents, whereas it was made to read quite differently and "Grandpa" Harris was accorded honors to which he was not entitled. The laugh was on the editor, and as saying so didn't make it so our young friend made no quarrel with us.) "Number, Please." A new official directory af the Hen derson Exchange of the Home Tele phone and Telegraph Company has ust been gotten out and distributed to patrons and the request is that they use them. That is to say it is desirable that every person who uses a phone call by number. It is a little more trouble to be sure if you do not happen to know the number you wish to be connected with, but the time of one person does not count like the time of the operator who is perhaps trying to wait on a dozen others at that particular moment. See? If you give the matter a mo ment's thought you will. In order to expedite matters in giving quick and accurate service always the management respectfully requests all persons to call by num bersconsult the directory and find the number if you do not know it be- oreyou takedown the receiver. This is important, do not forget, please say the young ladies who wait on you at "Central." V, t. 1 lit mi i Pin till -1 hliv h,.r Ifui-rv. hat the picnicdidu'tdo the Gold i.i r ill 1 in advertising Henderson an l uire county, was the remark of ii frieml with reference to our report .a me i, ,n. ,.veiit oi winch we all had ran-. tn be proud. Mr. Harry Krynu, who is agent of ai.oanl at Lake lew, is off on : va.-ation spending the time mostly with friends at ltiddeford, Maine. On the way back he will stop in Boston, New York City, Baltimore, Wnshin"- bh and Hichmond. Mr. George A. Kose has gone North to buy new fall and winter -roods 1 he customers of the Geor-ro A Rrw ' "mpany know what to expect when "C.eorge A." makes raid on the wa..iesale markets in search of the latest and 1. in dress OTkriflia filiil '"""'ii-, trimmings, millinery, etc. nr. Annuel W,n- ultimo MilU bU or! lie loppei lie !'!!gagi t take rl 111 i ! he ;l ufr,-; Niinu. l ist week to buv new Roods. over in Baltimore where the services of an expert irge of the ladies' tailor- - iits department, which will icw icature of the business here :u;.I she has gone with him to this line. M: K.lw Y . t Vel.t Robert Dunn and Mrs. K. W ii' is have gone to Saratoga, N. " attend the Bible students con i '.!. I hev will nlsr n trend n. '-iii ar meeting in Brooklyn and awhile in New York City and igton lief ore returning, ex pect- l eaway until the later part "eek. Special Low Rates to Chicago. The Seaboard announces special 1 iw rates to Chicago, 111., account of the Bankers Convention Sept. ldth to loth. Iickets on sale Sept. 10th, 11th and 12th, good returning to leave Chicago up to and including night of Sept. 20th. Excellent double daily service and choice of routes via retersburg and Norfolk & Western, Richmond and Chesapeake & Ohio or Washington and Pennsylvania or Baltimore & Ohio. Farefor the round trip from Raleigh $27.45; Durham, Oxford, Henderson $27.30. For Pullman reservations or other information call on your local tieket agent or write to C. 11. Gattis, Dis trict Passenger Agent, Raleigh, N. C Strong, Steady, Capable. The Warrenton Record of last week notes the presence in its office of General Manager Toepleman, of the Home Telephone and Telegraph Company, of Henderson, in the lot lowing true and appreciative man ner: Our office has been made brighter this week by a visit from that prince of telephone men, the genial and cap able Frederick U. 1 oepleman, Lrenerai Manager of the Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. We have known friend Toepleman for several years and have been thrown with mm in an conditions that a telephone manager has to meet, when we were in that business, and we always found him quiet, steady, strong and capable not easily rattled, and in the "wind up always ready for any emer gency that might arise. Here's to vour health and happiness, friend Toepleman, and when you tire of the cares of your omcial position come and locate amonsr us, and we wil give you a hearty welcome. Successful Revival Meeting Kittrell. a Was (.f t! i ;'- 1 - Kittrell, administrator, &c, V. i rll s to se a des'raule house :i,J "' situated on thecornerof Tur- ".r '"i venue an Zene streetin the town ! lerson at public auction to the mutter for cash, ou Monday, f 4th. This is the house and V THE LADIES' STORE." NEW LINE I -OF- COMBS -AND- BARRETTES. MRS. MISSIIXIER. LAND SALE. Going to Leave Us Again. Dr. John Hill Tacker will leave oh the 18th to tak the position of resi dent surgeon the next eight months in the Presbyterian Eye and Ear and Throat Hospital in Baltimore. It is Dr. Tucker's present intention to lo cate in Durham and continue one day a week in his office in Henderson after finishing his term of pervief in Baltimore. -It is the ambition and determination of our young friend to thoroughly prepare himself as a specialist in the branches indicated and while we wish him every success in the attainment of lmlaudabl" pur pose the regret is that it will take him away from Henderson. Dr. Tuck er's recent training and practice of five months in New York City coupled with this eight months engagement at the Baltimore institution among the leading ones of its kind will bea valuable aid in preparing himself as a specialist in the practice to which he will devote his time and talents. "SUrer that Wears." That is what you will find iu 1817 Rogers Bros. X S Triple ware Silver of Quality and Beauty an adver tisement of which will be found in this paper. Goods that bear this mark are of unquestioned durability and exquisite design the highest ideals in plated ..ware whether in spoons, forks, knives and fancy ser-! ving piecee. Ask your dealer to show you the various exquisite patterns in which the "Silver Plate that Wears", can be- had. - You -will be wanting something in this line soon for holiday gifts, wedding or birth day presents or your own use. It pays to buy the best 1847 Rogers Bros. Silver of Proven Quality. Some Good Shows Coming. Manager J.S. Poythress has book ed a number of fine attractions for the Grand Theatre this season. So far he has 19 booked all first class attractions, most of which us ually make only the larger cities. The first one is "Strong Heart," which comes Sept. 22nd. This play has not been seen here but it is said to be one of the best. Then on the 24th we will have "Human Hearts." Rather close together are the two first shows, but the dates could not be arranged otherwise. Those who have seen "Human Hearts" know what this splendid melodrama is and it is said to be presented by a strong acting company this season. October 8th we will have "The Lion and The Mouse," which has been pro nounced the greatest American play of the century. This will give some idea of what Henderson theatre-goers have to look forward to in the amusement line. Other bookings will be named later. Death of Mrs. D. N. Duke. Mrs. Florence Newsom Duke, wife of MrDorwj N. Duke, died at lier home in Henderson Sunday morning, AugOfet f9tb, after a suffering and lingering illness. She was sick about twelve months being confined to her bed during the last nine months. Lift yf ar Mr. and Mrs. Duke moved to Durham but her health gave way in January and about the first oi june they came back to Hender Opportunity for Lire Agent An agent is wanted for Vance county to sell the Jones automatic hame clip, a device that should read ily commenced itself to team owner, wagoners, draymen and others. Made of malleable iron, light and quick to adjust. Does away with hame strings, no troublesome tying and constant breaking. Being rapid ly adopted by corporations and in dividuals in the larger cities having son, since which time kind neighbors heavy haulincr to do. live airenU 1 a -ft 1 ' mate irom $o.00 to f 8.00 a day sell ing ine j ones automatic hame clip. Price 50 cents. See advertisement in want column if interested. Mr. S. E. Sturges is the advertiser, lie owning the State right for North Carolina. Mr. Stur- ges may be seen at the office of his brother, Capt. W. K. Sturces. next to Dr. Macon's in the Young Block, or application can be made at this office. Why Go Elsewhere? Our agency will show convincing evi dence of 35 years extensive sale and highly satisfied users of the L. & M. Paint. All dealers in other paints com bined cannot furnish equal evidence. When painting with L. & M. you are painting: with Metal Zinc Oxide combined with White Lead. Zinc is imperishable and makes the L. & M. wear and cover like gold. Its colors remain bright and lasting. Don't need repaint for 10 to 15 years. Besides it costs one-third less for paint. Sold by Melville Dorsey. NOTICE. I will resume my work in Piano In struction September 13th. Careful at tention given to Touch and Technique. I would also be clad to have a class in Club Swinging. Uf all the exercises that come under the title of Light Gymnastics, none is more useful., attractive or facmating than Club Swinging. It brings into action those muscles that mo3t need development. It strengthens the back and corrects stooping shoalders. I or terms, apply to MRS. F. S. HARRIS. and inends had ministered to her wants and comfort in every way possible. Deceased was a daughter of Mr. John Newsom of Littleton, and was about 28 lyears old. She leaves a a husband but no children. Mrs. Duke was member of the Baptist church and lived a beautiful Chris tian life. Her friends were not a few and the loving ministrations of those who knew and loved her and the large attendance at the funeral, the many pretty flowers sent and in oth er ways testified to the strong ties of friendship and Christian love felt for her. The funeral was held from the home Monday afternoon, Rev. H. T. Stevens conducting the services. In terment was made at New Bethel church in the country, Rev. G. W. Coppedge conducting the services at the grave. Regal Shoes. - The large and attractive adver tisement of - the Henderson. , Shoe Company will draw attention to it self. The article advertised, the Regal shoe, stands in a class by itself, un surpassed for style, quality and dura bility. A .nice line of these goods to select from.exclusive New York 6tyles, at prices no higher than are frequent ly charged for inferior roods. But Regal shoes are not the only line j carried by the Henderson Shoe Com- j pany by any means. There are other makes, all the best goods that the best material and the best skill can produce. To make room for fall stock a cut price has been made on the entire stock of low cut shoes. Men's $5.00 shoes at $4.00 and on down to $2.50 shoes at $1.85. Ladies' $4.00 shoes $3.20, and other prices scaled pro portionately. $2.50 shoes, $1.G0. A good opportunity to save money on fashionable footwear. Mr. L.C.Brinkley who knows shoes, will be glad to fit your foot and please your purse at the same time. Letter to T. M. Pittman. Henderson, N. C. Dear Sir: Here's a tale with a point to it. Florida is the hardest state in the Union for paint. Gilmore & Davis Co., Tallahassee, Florida, think they know what paint can do in their climate; they've been paint ing for 35 years, Devoe ten years; and they say Devoe wears 10 years their words are: "Buildings we painted Devoe 10 years ago are in good condition of paint today." They also say lead-and-oil wears only one year there; Devoe 10 years! Ten years is along lifetime for paint in Florida; longer than 20 in Maine. We don't dare say that either is true as a general fact in those States; but there are such instances. If we should call the cost of Devoe in Florida half of the usual cost of paint, it would be too much; we suppose it's about one-third; there is so much trash there the costliest paint is the worst, and the worst is the costliest everywhere. ? Yours truly, 38 F. W. DEVOE & CO. P. S. The Allen-Moss Hardware Com pany sells' our paint. - FOR SALE.' Take rar of Your itomarh. Tt Vrw.1M digwt all the food you eat, for that ia what Kodol do. ETery tablespoonfol o! Kodol digwts 2Ya pounds of food. Try it today. It ia guaranteed to retleve Ton or roar moner uoc. jxho dj an imigguts. . - Indigestion, Nervousness, Stomach Trouble. . is the market for your Tobacco. Cotton and Produce. TI1EUK ISA REASON: 1 i KXDEttSOX ALWAYS baa most cash to pay the higest prices. I)El"OSiT YOUU MONEY IS The First Nektiono-l Bemk of Henderson THEBR1S A REASON: We offer the facilities of a Savings Bank with the (Jovernment Supervision of a National Bank. Special Attention paid to the Accounts of Farmers, Watch THIS BANK Grow THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. S. H. HARRIS, HENRY PERRY, S. T. PEACE, President. Vice-President. Cashier. U. r, Mrs. to i,!)v win v. !y Mrs. Fannie M. Briscoe iod by Trof. J. T. Alder- O. White haa trnria Nnrth r fall line of millinery. She the markets of Baltimore, ''i Lia and New York and her will fx of thf liPst. M u:.,p, vlir ro wifh fj WKif i )I1 la Pnminrr Ya ! on1 oVia hrllT' Uith her' wiping to select the tKi.View tbin23 that will please Kit': r'1 T" Stevens returns to the "st theological seminary with a su', r' ' 'Ti1 of work done during the I - w " u.uituu OUl t ' It Lapt To The Gold Leaf: Rev II. T. Stevens has just closed crreat meetimr .in Kittrell. tor two weeks be prtacnea twice a aay. ai i M. and 8 P. M. At first the people seemed to come for different motives, but as the services progressed all came because of intense interest and convic tion. . . As there is no Baptist church there, a large tent was secured from the Flat River Association and the services were held in this. Everyone seemed to con sider it as his meeting. It was not thought of as a Baptist meeting at all. The Baptist people of Kittrell before the revival had gone into a temporary organization as a church. There were only about twenty. At the close of the meeting there .were thirty-nine enrolled and six or seven to follow next Sunday. Six were baptized and six more to be; also several of the converted will join the Methodist church there. To say the least, the town as a whole has been greatly blessed and new cords of Christian love are binding the people closer together. ASA P. GRAY. On Tnesdav.SeDtember 14th, at 3 o'clock, at Wise, N. C, we will sell at auction to the highest bidder two very desirable houses and lots on the East side of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad just opposite the station at Wise.N.C. One is the home place ot w. J Stephenson, a beautiful modern two-story seven-room dwelling, with seven closets, linpn room. tantrv. etc. The lot contains 162 feet front runuinf? parallel with Railroad and 396 feet deeD. Th othpr is a lot ioininc: this on the South side with a frontaee on the Railroad of 175 feet and 396 feet deep. This lot has on it a neat office buildine. We have on this property we think one of the best wells of water in tn country. We will also sell a lot of household and kitchen furniture. Terms will be made known on the day of sale. For further information write to W. J. STEPHENSON & SON, Rockingham, N. C. SPECIAL LOW RATES QUALITY AND PRICE. - Purity of goods is our first consideration and price next. We try to make this store stand for everything of standard merit. This our customers appreciate we think. Our growing trade proves it. Are you one of our numerous list of patrons? If you are not we want you become acquainted with this store, our goods and our -prompt and satisfactory service. "Everything to Eat and the Best of Everything," Our motto. Satisfying our customers is our aim. If inconvenient to come in person phone us your orders and they will be filled at short notice. Phone 45. The Whitten Grocery Company. U)t; SNAPPY STYLES FOR seaboard YOUNG FELLOWS Air Line Railway VIA It Is The Best Medicine Compounded In. This World. n ai . . rur more loan two years, l was a severe 8uflerer from cbronice dysentery, $10.00 Hand-Decorated Dinner Sets To show our appreciation of the very liberal patronaire that ha been given uu aud to further stimulate trade we are going to jrire away for the hrnmrht. on h unt.initm. . I next. iew monuin, to someuixix every euneuav aiteriMMiii at o thick n se Bomethins? for r- I J-r titis-i'tjsjti lt.u ;.nr-a ow .1 i , daily I had to take something for re- iiei. it aiso Droug&t on catarrual bead- ache, irom which I suffered daily, and which debilitated me to such an extent I would have to he down three or four hours each day, and it made the flesh ot my race extremely sore and sensitive to the touch. My eeneral health was ereat- ly impaired, of course, and l.waa weak and nervous. One day I was at my son's house, and after dinner I was taken, as usual, with one of those terrific catarrhal headaches. My daughter-in-law had been giving Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy to ner nttie boy lor eczema, and it had cured him. She suggested that I try it, as a bottle was then on the mantel. I did so, and the very first dose 1 took re- leved that headache. I continued it that night and the next mornintr. and even on the second day after I commenced it I did not have to lie down at all, for tne nrst time in several weeks. I then bought a dozen bottles and took nineteen bottles before I stopped. Mv condition was brought on by malarial fever, which I had contracted in Texas fifteen years ago, and from the effects of which 1 have been suffering ever since. Anyone to see me now, ond before I commenced takinsr Mra. Joe Person's Remedy, would hardly know me for the same person. For the hret time in fifteen years I AM WELL, and my health has been restored. This is my opinion, sum med up, oi Mrs. Joe Person s Remedy. IT IS THE BEST MEDICINE COM- POUNDED IN THIS WORLD. Only stick to it long enough to eradi cate tne trouble Irom the blood, it will cure, and is perfectly harmless in every respect. For fifteen years, it is the first thing that I have ever found that coun teracted that malarial trouble contracted in Texas. MRS. MARY AMANDA NASH. Lumberton, N. U., Dec. 7, 1905. TKLY FREE The plan is this: With each cash purcha?. amounting to tl.OO we will give a card ou which certain figures are printed representing the hour, minutes and seconds of time. A clock will tie st to work and allowed to run down each week, or it will be stopped promptly at l o'clock on every Wed nesday afternoon, lhe persou present holding the card lioanng the figures nearest to the time it is stopped will get the dinner Met. The face of the clock will be covered and no one will know the time indicated until the content for that week closes. There is no element of chance, no eciVs of gambling, but everything per fectly legitimate and fair. We will sell you as GOOD COODS at a U)W A PRICE .as j'ou cau get aiiywhere and give you a ticket with each cash pur chase of one dollar entitling you toachance at this beautiful high-clans Kemi- rorcelain Dinner Set IHLtJ. e want you to secure one of these dinner nets so as to advertise our business and show in a substantial way that we ap preciate your trade. Uome in and let us show you these elegant goods whether you wnh to buy anything or not. It will be a pleasure to show you that U on way ot advertising ourselves. We are not making any money on them we do not expect to we make this offer simply to please our old customers and secure new ones. Remember Somebody will get one of these Dinner Sets Every Wednesday Afternoon at 4 o'clock. You may hold the winning ticket if you have made a cash purchase of one dollar at our store. iSTIt is neccessary for all ticket holders to be in our store at the time when the face of the clock is uncovered. If vour ticket does not secure a set for you the first time the clock is un covered, save your ticket as you may win ou it the next or the second, third, fourth, fifth, or sixth time. Your ticket is good while we are giving Dinner Sets Free on this plan. l purs truly, Hughes-Sraaw Big Furniture House, (A.T. Barnes Old Store.) Henderson. North Caroline.. SevenThousand Yards OP- Two New Cottages on Bur- well Avenue of five and six rooms, two halls, front and back. Lot 75 feet front by 200 back, both fenced in. Water ou both lota. Excellent neighborhood. Terms one third cash, balance on time, bearing 6 per cent. Apply to MRS. JANE Y. HARRIS. New Val, Torchon and Cluny LACES Just opened and will be sold for CASH at just HALF VALUE. Early Callers Will Get Best Patterns. Thomas & Newcomb. THE WORD "IPAIHLA.GtDKr" on your prescription label is syn onymous with STERLING on your silverware. Insist on getting the Best, it costs you no More. H. E. THROWER, Proprietor. PHONE No. 7. SALE OF LAND. XTNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN OR- J der of the Superior Court of Vance County in special proceedings entitled In K Estate of Susannah E. Watkins, same being No. 1,024 upon the special proceeding docket of said court, and also by oower conferred by will of the late Susannah E. Watkins, the undersigned administrator win, on Monday, October 4th, 1909, at 12 o'clock at the Court House door in Vance County, N. Coffer for sale to the highest bidder for cash a certain bons end lot lying and Deing in tne town oi Hender son, N- C, and more particularly described as follows: Begin at an Iron stake on the Southwest corner ot Zene street and Turner avenue; run thence Eastward along Zene street 148 feet to an Iron stake in the lioe of old K. & G. Railroad lot; thence along said Railro&d line in a Northward direction U5 feet to Iron stake in said line; theme Went- ward 149 feet to an Iron stake in Turner avenue; thence along Turner avenue 97 feet to the place of beginning: Same being the house and lot owned by Mrs r. M. ilnocoe and occupied by Prof. J. T. Alderman. Fur further description see Deed Book 3, Page 9o, ance 1 ounty. This the 28th day of Angust, 1MK). J. C. KITTRKLL. Cam-Tes-AnoexoAdministratorof Susanah E. Watkins. NOTICE. Br Y1RTCE OF POWER CONFERRED npon at by a trust bd .ranted b. MOTHER'S BREAD Always has been, ia now, and perhaps always will le the liKST BREAD that has ever been served on the table. Finding Corbj's bread superior to an other bread we have over handled, giving greater satisfaction to our customers, we have de cided to take the agencj of Corby & Company of Washington, D.C., nnd hereafter will handle thir bread exclusively. Nothing totter can be made. Old Virginia Herring Roe 10 cents, per can. Morning Joy Coffee 1 and 2 pound cans 35 cents. Chase & Sanborn's Coffee, always freh, 20, 25, and .TMa cents. Melrose Flour, "Best for the Money." . 3 Let your orders come, they will lie delivered promptly. Cnll l'hone 304-B. . " 2 Yours for business, E. A. Kelly & Company. 1 t Seared With A Hot Iron. or raided by overturned kettle cot with & 1 T.llrnK 1 1 I tr . " " cuuu- ; knife bruised by slammed door injurea ny rf-v'ir. i r.ant conthieting special ; gun or in any other way the thing needed bin. n. wr-i ' i r tJ 1-1:11 ti a . mw vuw .a iiuv..icu 111 uiim ia " rvprsnna , ih nucsien e Arnic il tn tha iiorw-t;,- . ranammation and kill the Dam raXtuuKreKtt-' supreme healer, infallible for Boila. Ulcers. 4. 1'11 !KJnsand several joined other church d a reeult of Mr. Stevens' work. Feyer Sores, Eczema and Piles. yille Dorsey'a. It's earth's jila. Ulcers, 25c at Mel- TO CHICAGO, ILL., Account Bankers Convention, Sep- tember i.Uh to 18th, 1009. Account of the above occasion the SEA BOARD announces exceedingly low rates: Rates from ome of the principal points in North Carolina shown below: Raleigh............ - ..f 27.45 Oxford - 27.30 Durham,. 27.30 Henderson,. . 27.30 Hamlet...- - 27.70 . Wilmington 30.05 Tickets on sale September 10th, 11th and 12th, good returning to leave Chicago up to and including night of September 20th. The SEABOARDhas excellent double daily service via Petersburg and Norfolk W es tern, Richmond and C. 4 O. or via Washing ton and Pennsylvania or B. 1 O. For additional information, relative to rates, schedules, Pullman reservations, etc., apply to your local Agent or address the undersigned. a H. GATTIS, , District Passenger Agent, Raleigh, N. C. Edmund Read and wife, and Onear Dortcb and wife on the 20th day of October, 191, which deed is registered in Vance County in Book 19, at page 124, and at the request of the holder of the debt secured therein, default having been made ia the payment of aid debt. I shall on v We know that in order to please young men our . -1 t ; Uir mlr,J Monday, October 4th, 1909, liiey All US l nave picuij vr- ""f & " at public auction, to the bigbeat Udder up. 1 ney must De in Keeping wnu me iiie ami vigui nC aUui that young men possess. ' ."" I aiAm tt Tnncev Avenn. Knil rn t fl In selecting our stock we select such styles as are h0 desired by the college boys and the young fellows. fil'Z: We've got 'em to your liking-ia size, style, fit and nriff . to a pine marked side line; tbewe S. W. jJliCC. 11.45 chains to gum side lice; then X. 89 W. Come in and let us show you. All summer goods, Yancey Avenue; tht?op&d 7Zs. light weight clothing, underwear, low' cut shoes, straw Zl?&iZt5?: hats, &c, greatly reduced in price to clean them out tBu. . - - t . Tee above part of the said land have been tO make rOOm IOr tall StOCK. sold since the execution of the trnst deed. and win be reserved Irom above sale, leaving a balance of 38Vh acres to be sold. This the 31st ay of August. 1909 . - A. C. ZOLLI COFFER, Troetee. RV.JOKEJ Fine Old Whiskeys Mail Orders Promptly Filled Goods GumnntdUndM tbm NmtiotuJ Pun Food Law W are Distillers. Our Whiskeys sre ayed proper!. We hip direet o consumer. Better goods and quicker shipment. We prepay all express diaries and ship la plsla packages. BARNES CLOTHING STORE. Old R. W. Jooes Cora Whiskey (8 Years OM) Old R. W. Joaes Cora Whiskey 14 Years Old) Old R. W. Jones Cora Whiskey (2 Years Old) . . Cora Whiskey .... one-half fallon $1.50 Cora Whiskey. 2 Oalloas . . . Jf-fO Cora Whiskey, 3 Oatloas . . f.S0 Cora Whiskey, 4 OaSons, 8.S0 Old Velvet Rye Whiskey (4 Years OM) . Mountain Rye (2 Years Old) . Kentucky Bell (8 Years OU) i ... . Apfie Brandy 3 Years OU) . . . Rose Valley Rye (4 qsarts) , , . . PsK'iiuy. . $3.50 2.75 2.50 4.00 2.75 500 J.OO 4.0 Write for complete prieo list on all grades of Whukeya, Hiand ir, Gins, Etc. Remit moof OT express order. Send as a trial order. You irili get the quality. SAK, t -