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The Gold Leaf.
TIIURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1900. GREAT CORN GROWING. A Robeson County Farmer Who Will Rail 1,000 Bushels of Corn on Ten Acres of Land His Method of Cultivation. Charlotte Chronicle. The farmer readers of The Chron icle will be interested in the system Eursued bva Kobeson county farmer, y which, it is claimed, he will make one thousand bushels of corn from a ten-acre field. Such a production from North Carolina soil should not be re garded as unusual. The proper ap plication of intelligence and energy will work the same result in almost any corn field in this section of the State. The Robeson county man's sytem seems to be entirely different from the Williamson plan and can be easily followed It appears to be based upon common sense and should be an encouragement to farmers all over the State to work for better re sults from the corn field. The corn growing agitation of the past few years has been productive of great good, as is apparent from the condi tion of the corn fields in different parts of the State. The season has not been an especially good one in some localities it has been bad yet tbo farmers will this year harvest the largest corn crop the State has known in face of the fact that there has been no appreciable increaso in acreage. Following is the article referred to which is taken from the Lumberton Robesonian: Mr. J.I). Johnson's crack 10-acre field of com, at his place on rural route No. 4, from Red Springs, some 12 miles from Lumberton, was refer red to in Monday's Robesonian. This is to tell more about it. It is a special field on land that has been brought to a high state of cul tivation, and many men who have been over the field say that the 10 acres will yield this year 1,000 bush els of corn. The same land, mark you, was sold some years ago by two inen who said 'twos too poor to make a living on! And Mr. Johnson has before this made a bale and a half of cotton to the acre on this same land. The corn is planted in 5-foot rows, will average about 12 inches apart it the drill, 2 good ears to every stalk at a conservative estimate some have . and 4. All the fertilizer used was home-made manure, scattered broadcast. The land has been sub soiled, but not this year. The meth od of cultivation was as follows: First, land was broken good and deep, then manure broadcast, about G loads to the acre; cross-harrowed with disc and pulverizing harrows, both ways with each; "-footrows laid off deep with middle "buster." corn planted in furrow and harrow drag ged crosswise to cover; harrow until knee high; then plowed deep with 22 inch sweep and finished with same. Atlast plowing Mr. Johnson sowed soia beans and harrowed them in. This he considers far ahead of t he common pea. It is said to be a good land-improver, it make three times the forage and all stock are fond of them. Mr. Johnson does not know the va riety of corn. He purchased a bush el from a man who advertised in The Progressive Farmer, stating that he had made 103 bushels to the acre, and he finds the corn as good as rep resented. IN GARDEN AND ORCHARD.. Points for Cultivation to Insure Good Crops. A Jlberal use of poison In the gar den and orchard during the month of June will go a long way toward con trolling Insect pests and fungous dis eases and help to Insure better crops. Bordeaux mixture combined with arsenate of lead should be used freely on vegetables, grapevines and fruit trees. Care should be taken not to spray when the fruit blossoms ara open j otherwise the bees, which fre quent the flowers and are of the great est value In fertilizing them, will be killed. Hellebore Is a most satisfactory poison to use on currants and goose berries to keep down the currant worms. The most economical way to use hellebore Is to mix it with water and apply with a spray pump or a whisk broom. The powder may be used dry -when the leaves are wet with dew, but lt is more difficult to distribute the dry power. Hellebore should always be fresh when used, as It deteriorates rapidly. Tht home asparagus bed vaay be protected from Insect pests to a large extent by sowing lettuce seed, as oftentimes the insects will leave the asparagus stalks for the lettuce leaves. Poison bait, such as lettuce leaves dipped in Paris green, is some times used, but is rather dangerous in the home garden. It frequently hap pens, when the asparagus stalks are eaten off below the ground, that the only effective plan ia to dig down around the stalks until the Insects are found, and then destroy them. In sections where plum and cherry trees are damaged by curcullos. these pests may be got rid of by jarring the trees. First spread an old sheet or two underneath the trees to catch the Insects, or else have a flock of chick ens on hand to eat them as they fall. Secure a thick pole, and wind burlap or pieces of old quilts around one end. Ram this padded pole against the tree trunk as high up as can be reached conveniently. Do this in the early morning, when curculios are torpid, and they will readily fall to the ground. The vegetables which may be plant ed in June include cucumbers, pump kins, watermelons. niuskmelnn squash, green corn, beans, lettuce; bwiss chard, and. when It is desired to have a succession of voune beets and carrots, the seeds of these vege- iaoieB. Use a Blanket. If cold nights come along after you have uncovered the bulb beds, spread a blanket over them to prevent the tender plant from being severely froz en. They will stand a good deal of cold, but it is not advisable to put them to the test of seeing how much :they can stand. a aia aaa , , , . ., ,- - ...... " I.. . I , .MMMBMaBBBBBBBSMSMWSaMaiMaBaMaMaaaaMaMwalBaMaMa 7" t T00!MUCH HIGH ROLLING. Evil Results of Living Beyond One's Means May Pass for Awhile, but the Day of Accounting will Surely Come Some Wholesome Advice to Young Men Do Not Spend Your Salary Before It Is Earned Best Not to Spend All Then. The Thomasville Charity and Chil dren has some pertinent remarks about the evil results of high rolling leading a fast and fashionable life liring beyond one's means and among other things says: After awhile something is going to break, and the man who is traveling at too high a speed will get a jolt. We hope a halt will be called before it is too late. Gradually we may ex pect the better time to which wo are all looking, will come, but the abnor mal, unnatural prosperity of the past decade will hardly return. The immediate task ahead of us is to ad just ourselves to the new conditions, do less business on paper and more on the substantial basis of cash. We must learn to pay as we go, or not go. We must walk if we cannot af ford to ride. We must stay at home rather than borrow money to go abroad. We must even be content with modest churches that we our selves are able to build rather than erect splendid temples on money fur nished by the banks. We would say to our young men, live within your income. Do not spend your salary in advance of its payment. Have the courage to say no to tho pressure so peculiar to our time, that would drive you in debt for things you can afford to do without. We are rolling a little too high. We had better alight and start on old mother earth where everything is solid and safe. AND BEE KEEPING APIARY IN COLD WEATHER. If Hive Entrance Is Too Small Combs Get Mouldy. With too small r.n entrance, in a damp climate, you will be sure of mouldy combs and more than the proper amount of dead bees. The trouble becomes aggravated in the course of the winter by the clogging f the entrance with dead bees. Let the full entrance be given as in sum mer, and see that the dead bees are cleaned from it every few weeks. Dur ing heavy storms in winter lt fre quently happens that hives are entire ly buried in snow. While the snow is light and porous air will penetrate It and reach the entrance of the hives, but should the snow become crusty, or ice form at the entrance, the bees would be in danger of suffocating. It Is well to have all hives facing south ward, so the sun can snine on the entrance of the hive and keep them free from ice. After a heavy fall of snow if always sweep in front of the hives, leaving the snow banked around the other three sides, as it will do no harm there but will help to keep off the prevailing winds. Bees will take an ocasional flight during warm days in winter, and sometimes many are seen lying about dead on the snow, but such are generally the old ones that are easily chilled and fail to get back to their hives. Such losses are not serious. Even when the snow is on the ground, and it looks as if it would be a pity for so many bees to fly and rop on this white sheet, we find that it is the colonies which take the most lively flight that winter best, and we have paid parti cular attention to this fact. Some people are of the opinion that if we have a cold steady winter, In which the bees remain confined in their hives for several months, there Is less danger of the overloading of their bowels with fecal matter which they cannot discharge in the hive, without greatly endangering the life or health of the colony. Diarrhoe is often brought about during the winter season. It Is no doubt caused by fer mented or extremely thin honey. It has been found that bees located near cider mills will contract the trouble from feeding too much on the apple pomace or can juice. Cold weather dampness, or a sudden change of tern perature have been known to bring on the disease. Xo remedy has been discovered. However, the bees should be kept as warm as possible and the hive should be well wrapped as soon as the outbreak is noticed. During the cider making season, the pomace Should be removed and fed to the hogs or disposed of so that the bees cannot partake of it. During the winter months the bees re huddled close together in a com pact cluster, the interior of which is at a normal temperature, while, the space outside of it may be even be low freezing. As the season advances, and the weather gets warmer, the cluster is brought in. but all the work done is only inside of the cluster, as the temperature is too low outside of it to admit of anything to be done. F. G. Herman. A Winter Precaution. The beehive should face the south to prevent the entrance of north winds and cold. Yet in very warm winter days the sun may so heat up the front of the hive as to call the bees out into the open air when the temperature is really too low. In this way many bees are sometimes lost. A wide board placed in front of the hive will help to ward off undue heat and make the situation less tempting to flight. Alfalfa Coed for Dees. Since the coming of Alfalfa, any section of the country where it is grown to good advantage is well adapted to bee keeping. Bee keepers aay that each colony ought to aver age from $3.00 to $3.00 worth of honey every year besides the swarms which come o2f. Those Who Succeed Best. Those who are in the bee business because there is money in it are not as-apt to succeed as those who are in it also because" they- axe fond of bees and their care ;lt: takes a fond ness for a business tor obtain its best success. ' Best Honey Districts. Some localities are very much bet ter for honey than others. Southern California and Southwestern Texas are among the best countries In the world. Intelligence, Industry and a good location are necessary to the best results. to BEES THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF AMERICAN THE WINNER. Aviation Cup Comes to United States Glenn H. Curtlss Carried Off Hon ors With His Flying Machine-Flew More Than Twelve fllles at Rate of More than 47 Miles an Hour, at Rhelms, France, Beating the Wo- Id's Record. Rbeims, France, Aug. 28th. The contest for the international avia tion cup, known also as the Gordon Bennett trophy, was won today by Glenn II. Curtiss, the American avia tor, in the fastest aeria! journey of twenty kilometres (12.42 miles) ever accomplished by man.' His time 15 minutes 50 3-5 seconds (at the rate of 47.65 miles an hour) was only 5 3-5 seconds faster than that made by Bleriot over the same course. The other two pilots who represent ed France (Latham and Lefebvre) finished respectively in 17 minutes 32 seconds, and 20 minutes 47 3-5 sec onds. The race lay between Bleriot and Curtiss with Latham as a possible outsider. Lefe bvre on previous performances ap parently had no chance. Fortune favored the American. An accident two days ago to Ble riot's powerful fast machine, with which he held the lap record, was a serious handicap, since he had no op portunity to try out the repaired machine. Curtiss stole a march on his rivals by getting away early. Finding con ditions favorable at 10 o'clock in the morning, he decided to take no chances in the fickle weather and after a trial trip in which he made the cir cuit of the course in 7 minutes 55 1-5 seconds, lowering the world's record nine seconds, he started immediately on his attempt to win the cup. He handled his machiue which flew along at a speed never before wit nessed, in easterly style, especially at the turns which he took on the down grade. The first round, meas uring 0.21 miles, was made in 7 min utes, 57 2-5 seconds, somewhat slower than the trial time, but the second round was covered in 7 minutes 53 1-5 seconds, another world's record. Bleriot, the French favorite, whose machine was equipped with a four bladed propeller, made a trial, but could do no better than 7 minutes, 57 1-5 seconds for the round. Then he substituted a two-bladed propeller, but this proved slower still and the French began to doubt the ability of their champion. Bleriot replaced the original propeller and tinkered with his machine for several hours. In the meantime Lefebvre, in a Wright biplane, flew over the course, but his time was five minutes slower than that of Curtiss. The excitement grew steadily as 5 o'clock, which the public understood was the time limit for starting in this event, approached. A few minutes later Bleriot and Latham crossed the line in quick succession. Bleriot went by the tribunes at a terrific pace and for a moment the Americans feared Curtiss would be beaten. He finished the round in al most the identical time of Curtiss' fastest lap, covering the ten kilome tres in 7 minutes 53 3-5 seconds, but his speed seemed appreciably to de crease on the last round and before he reached the final turn the stop watches showed that he had lost. The French crowds were greatly dis appointed at the failure of their countrymen, but largely owing to the popularity of the Wrights in France and the general French recognition of the wonderful stimulous Americans have given to thescience of aviation, no foreign victory could have beeu so popular as that of an American. They im mediately ran up the Ameri can flag on the signal pole on the timekeepers' stand in front of the tribunes and the bands played the Star Spangled Banner. There was great rejoicing among the American spectators. When the American flag went up, Curtiss, who had refused to accept congratulations until it was officially announced that Bleriok's time was slower than his, was escorted, or rath er dragged from the shed, to the Am bassador's box by several hundred enthusiastic Americans. Mr. White congratulated Curtiss in the name of the government and the people of the United States and then presented Mrs. White and Mrs. Roose velt as well as the other members of the party who added their congratu lations in warm terms. Only Lefebvre and Farnam appear ed in the passenger-carrying contests late in the afternoon. The former covered a lap with one passenger in 11 minutes 20 4-5 seconds. Farnam carried one passenger in 8 minutes 52 4-5 seconds audtwopasgeDgers in 10 minutes 39 seconds. Notes on Orchard Culture. Clover is the apple tree's best friend. Profit from a fruit orchard is not theory but a demonstrated fact. A few days after pruning paint the stubs with white lead. Each tree has an individuality of its own and must be dealt with accord ingly. Good, first-class fruit is the aim of our efforts. Never be satisfied with anything else. Stable manure is without doubt the best general fertilizer that can be ap plied to orchard soils. Make the orchard a business ven ture and keep an account of every thing pertaining to its interests. When poor fruit is produced there is a reason. Aim to find it by a care ful study of the trees and conditions. Nature grows fruit for the seeds, while man grows It for the pulp. We want pulp with as few seeds as pos sible. In removing large limbs saw them off about three feet from the trunk to prevent splitting. Then saw off close to the trunk so as not to leave a pro jecting stub. Cutworm Death Bait. In India the formula used by the government for poisoning cutworms is four pounds of white arsenic (worth at a drug store about twelve cents a pound) and eight pounds of sugar in six gallons of water used to moisten eighty pounds of fine chopped straw. Small quantities are dropped at the bases of plants. Don't Hurry Garden. Do not be in too great a hurry to laake garden. Nothing is gained by working over a soil heavy with water from melting snows; and early rains. Walt until this surplus water has drained off, and the action of sun and wind has mellowed the soil to some extent. DeWITT'S CARBOLIZED WITCH HAZEL SALVE For PMes, Bums, Sore. Pure Whiskey Often Prevents Siclraess Many a serious sickness has been checked in time by the judicious use of SimnyBrooli TOE PURE FOOD Whiskey- As a healthful tonic for home use or a wholesome stimulant in case" of accidents or sudden illness, it has no equaL No home should be without it. Its moderate use is highly beneficial to those who are ailing and it will increase Jb vigor of those who are well. Genuine SUNNY BROOK Pure Food Whiskey U U. S. Standard (!) proof and every bottle bears the "Governmvnt Green Stamp" showing the correct age and measure. SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO.. Jeferaon Co., Ky. FULL 4 BY EXPRESS PREPAID From any of the H. CLARKE & SONS, Inc., Richmond, Va. PHIL G. KELLY CO. , Inc. , Richmond, Va. Lazarus-Goodman Co., Roanoke, Va SHIPPED IN PLAIN BOXES. J K0 GOODS SDQP. WE WANT TO BE Your Druggist AND SHOULD BE. Becaoise We make Prescription Work a. Specialty, and -with 35 years experience in the Drug Business we know what are the best and purest drugs, andusenoth ing but chemically pure drugs in prescription work. Your wants supplied in Drugs, Toilet Articles, 1'erfumes, Box Paper, Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes, and everything kept in a first-clasH Drug Store. Our Fountain and Fancy Drinks are cold, refreshing and with a reputation of pleasing ali. The store with a reputation of keeping the best of everything in Drugs, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Soaps, Sundries and Fountain Drinks. MELVILLE DOR.SEY, Wholesale &nd Retell Druggist. STEVENS RIFLE FREE! The premium for the month of August in the coupon contest, will be a Stevens Crack Shot Rifle. Somphnrltr ia irnino- tr rof. fhia TMflo A "RSriT TTHP'E? T .V TTR'PIT'. inct. na those holding the lucky numbers during June and July did the ice cream freezer and water cooler, and the Pefection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook Stove. Thfir'fi OTll V on A Un V ff rrof-. if frorln Viaii artrl rrvf- a nrnrAn ttci Y aanVi mi r chase, and you will be in line with as good a chance of success as any one else. OUR PROPOSITION : Every one making a cash purchase small or large during the month of July will be given n coupon. Each coupon will be numbered and each number will cor respond with another number. The person holding the lucky number will get the prize. Everything will be perfectly fair and the small purchaser will stand just as good a chance to gat the prize as the large one. DON'T FAIL TO KEEP YOUR COUPONS given with each purchase. WattMons IBrottSaers Co. SAMUEL W ATKINS, Jr., Manager. ff PBSIETinr standi GMEAIP We are showing a superior stock of goods in our line embracing such as: Mohair Dress Goods, Percales, Serges, Silver Gray Suitings, Silks, White Lawns, Ginghams, etc Brown Domestics 5 to 1 0 cents. Hosiery and Underwear O Work Shirts, Shoes, Staple and Fancy (Groceries, HAY AND FEED STUFFS. Car load purchases enable us to sell at Lowest Prices, Phone No. 18. Phone No. 80 THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 2, 1909. QUARTS$ 5 following Distributors: SE.m REMITTANCE WITH V0UR ORDER. Hats, Furnishings, etc. Q Henderson, N. C. A JEWEL IS FOUND IN FUEL that is bought from Poythress coal yard. If you knew the ex cellent qualities of the Ka nawha coal you would never think of ordering any other kind. When you buy it here you get black , diamonds, shin ing, clean and full of carbon the all-coal coal is what you get from Poythress'. J. S. POYTHRESS. m , i TEARS boy. h. b P"P 9PHVM .t T M F BINCHAM SCHOOL, tartri BINGHAM SCHOOL 1793 1910 P zTZZriri Hazing ciuai "r Better Not Get Dyspepsia If you can help it Kodol prevents Dyspepsia, by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion, But don't trifle with Indigestion. A great many people who haTe trifled with Indigestion, hare been gorry for it when nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted, and they have not been able to cure it. Use Kodol and prevent bavins Dyspepsia. Everyone is subject to Indiges tion. Stomach derangement follows stomach abuse. Just as naturally and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon the taking of Kodol. When you experience sourness of stomach, belching of gas and nauseating fluid, bloated sensation, gnawing pain in the pit of the stomach, heart burn (so-called), diarrhoea, headaches, dullness or chronic tired feeling you need Ko dol. And then the quicker you take Kodol the better. Eat what you want, let Kodol digest it. Ordinary pepsin "dyspepsia tab lets," physics, etc., are not likely to be of mueh benefit to you, in digestive ailments. Pepsin is only w M iiifeK Going to Cheer Up the Home's Exterior this Fall? Good time to paint up after fly time why don't you do it? Cheer up exterior as well as interior, When choosing paints for this or any other purpose kindly remember that the best paints for whatever purpose you may need them are the H. P. Davis brand paints, which cost no more than others ask for the inferior kind. By all means by your The "Buck's" Store where The Latest Price List of WHISKIES. wta: f EXPRESS PREPAID TO YOUR CITY. We aure the only whiskey house that manufao tvires ALL OUR GOODS ARE SOLD BY THIS LIST -"Anheuser-Busch Beer, per 4 Dozen Bottles, Biyif crate and empty bottles are put in Express office and shipped to Richmond, Va., and receipt sent back to us, we will return you Old R. "W. Jones corn Whiskey 4 qts 10 years old f 4.00 Old R. W. Jones corn Whiskey 8 years old .- x 3.50 Old R. W. Jones corn Whiskey 4 years old 3.00 Old R. W. Jones corn whiskey 2 years old 2.50 Corn Whiskey by the half gallon f 1.50 Corn Whiskey 4 gallons 2 years old 8.50 Corn Whiskey 2 gallons 2 years o?d 4.50 Corn whiskey 3 gallons 2 years old 6.50 Per gal. Three Feathers 4 qts 8.00 Rye Whiskey Old Velvet 4 years old 4 00 Mountain Rye 2 years old 2.75 Kentucky Belle Rye 8yearsold ...5.00 Echo Spring Rye 8 years old 5.00 Silver Brok Rye 6 years old 4.00 Mountain Spring Rye xxx 4 years old. 3.50 Log Cabin Rye 3 years old 2.75 Mountain Spring Rye xx 2.75 Excelsior Rye 2 years old. 4 2.75 Golden Crown Rye 3 years old 3.00 Professor Jones Rye 2.50 Apple Brandy Home Made 8yearsold....4.50 Baltimore Apple Brandy 3 years old 3.00 Ginger Brandy 2.50 Peach Brandy 10 years old 5.00 Peach and Honey 2 50 N. B. 1 gallon corn wbfskey and jug F. O. B. here . 1.C5 Take our advice and buy HOME MADE COPPER-DISTILLED Corn Whiskey mak Jj us in the old fashion way. We are one of the few that make our own Corn Whiskey. 80 can get it direct from the stilL - All orders must be accompanied by Cashier s Check, Post Office Money Order, or Money Order. No individual checks taken unless party is known to us. No stamps takco wniskey. INo goods sent C U. REFERENCES: First State Bank P. S. All Whiskies Delivered Express Prepaid in plain boxes if desired. SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Clacrksville Whiskey House, Clarksville. Virginia. "N. B. 1 gallon Cora Whiskey 100 proof and jug F. 0 B. here f 2.15. 3 1 Vicious Wm ' cou R bisqbaii. sm. ASHrrnJt c- a partial digester and physies are not digesters at all. Kodol is a perfect digester. If you could see Kodol digesting every particle of food, of all kinds, in the glafig test-tubes in our laboratories, you would know this Just as well as we do. Nature and Kodol will always cure a sick stomach but in order to be cured, the stomach must rest. That is what Kodol does rests ths stomach, while the stomach gets well. Just as simple as A, D, C. Our Guarantee Go to roar Arc grplit today and gt aV Imr bottle. Then ftr tou hare um4 tho entlr ooatonto of tb botti If you ca honeatly aay, that it aaa not dona yoa any good, return the bottle to the drurglat and no will refund your money without ques tion or delay, wo wlU then pay tbo ornr- Slat for tao bottle. Don't ttealtate, all rafglata know that oar guarantee ta good. Thla offer applies to the larro bottle only ana to but one in a family. The lara-e bot tle eontaina Stf times aa much aa the fifty cent bottle. Kodol is prepared at the labora tories of E. C. DeWltt & Co.. Chicago. paints of AN1EL & CCD you can set Anything in Hardware our own corn whiskey. Barrelled Goods. Cherry Wine 3.00 Old Cherry 8 years old 4.00 Port Wine 2 50 Scuppernong Wine . ...2.50 Claret Wine 2.25 Blackberry Wine 2.25 Holland Gin... 8.00 Rose Gin 2.50 Bottled Goods. French Brandy Per qt 3.50 Cane Spring Rye 4 qts (bottled in bond U. S. Government Stamp) 6.00 Green River Rye 4 qts 600. Three Feathers Rye 4 qts ...8.0O Canadian Club 4 qts .00 Old Prentice 4 qts 6.00 Mums Rye 4 qts 6.00 Full Dress 4 qts 6.00 Four Aces 4 qts 6.00 E-ho Sprinjr 4 qts.... 6.00 Mark Rogers 4 qts 6.00 Jefferson Club 4 qta , 6.00 Gordon Rve 4 qts 6.00 Fltx Hugh Lee 4 qU 5.00 Blue Blood 4 qt . 5.00 Montreal Malt whiskey 4 qts 5.00 Billy Baxter 4 qts 4.00 Anderson Club 4 'qts 4.00 Old BobBurtan 4 qts 4.50 Old Flutcher 4 qts 6.00 U and Planters Bank of Clarksville, " PL- All who need MASON Wodu uuc VYI11 uo wen to call 05 write to JAMES Af. BRYj Executor's NotiJ H AVISO Ql'ALIFin') ts ptrw of the wtat of ,W Ut'W TaTlor. dewniMJ. of v one having c!iim air), him said notified to prewnt. th.-m t.. me du1 before AniroBt .. llo r tK, -"l plead in bar of ttair iv-rPrt p-! aentea to meesinte will tilH n,,vw diate payment. ""XI fcxeeutor of Thninn J. Tnvi. -i " I tor of Thoma J. Tav.w.j c- Henderson. X. ('., Aukum 1'nd, fc Printing! Did You Say? Lt n do it for you. We ht,k rrpntation 01 planing our imt41IBn4 in worn ana cnanccs. Modern Equipment:. Electrically Pr"" Quick work but no 'vlieaj." ork Jones-Stone mu. Henderson, N. C. SPRING AND SUMME ix North Carolina Mountains. "The Land of the Skf "The Sapphire Gouiunf Scenery Unparallcd BEAUTIFUL AT AN Y SKASOS AND PARTICULARLY SO AT THIS Tun Cnutttrn Dallwav muirato.Ti. . Train with Coaches and Parlor C . I tween Goldeboro and Anhevilk, X . via. Raleigh, Durham, UrmmWo u . Salisbury on following iHiiedulp: No. 21 So a r, ., Lastern Time. ,. Daily ftdj 0 45am Lv...fiolilnloro...Ar 845 am Lt Halfigli Ar (ii il 55 am Lv.... Durlinm; . .Ar. 21 12 SO p m Lv..GreeiiKlioro . Ar JlOfi 2 50 pm Lv... Salixburv .. Ar. llvfi 3 50 pm Lv..HtatMville...Ar. 12H?i 4 40 pm Ar Newton Lt. II Sit 507 pm Ar llickory... I.v. HOJit 5 53 p m Ar..MorKantou..I.v. 10 J! 11 6 35 pm Ar Marion.... I.T. $u 8 15 pro Ar....Alnvillf....l.v Htu Other Convenient SrlieduIeK Mini Tims Car ArranKeiu-iitK. Round Trip Sumner Tourist Tick la on Sale. For information aa to fnrwi.tti tfJa call on any Agent of thin Com pat; n undermined. It. L. VERNON, J. II. WOOD, 11 II ItB T D. P. A. I). 1'. A. T P ! Charlotte, N.C. Anheville.N.C l!alirk W. W. MOItUIS, ARent. HeltiliTHOD.Ji f AND NO OTHER LIST Delivered, $5.00 tbe Anlieuser-IIuwli Ilrcwinjr $1.00. Jamestown Irish wbinkey 4 ' Dewer's Scotch 4 qts Royal Arch 4 qts Rooney's Malt 4 qt Duffy's Malt 4 qts... Daffy's Malt by tbe cwe Americas Malt 4 qt Casey Malt... J' Rose Valley Rye 4 qt J Glenn Lilly Rye 4 qts , Old Velvet 4 qts . G. P. R. 4 qt... "J Silus Dean 4 qt " Old Henry 4 qt... " .4 Bottled Wine. Virginia Dare 4 qt St. Etephe 4 qt "jl St. Jo lean 4 qt... j,t Virginia Claret 4 ots i Imperial Sherry 8 years old, 4 t j uumnuc qi ;r Alcohol best (rrade 1 qt Minnehaha 4 qt... Pocahontas 4 ots 'Jj Imperial Blackberry 4 qtn "Jj Scuppernong 4 qt ' Port 4 qts J Blackberry Brandy 4 qt ' j Extra Dry Murom s 4 qt jj N. B. 1 gallon corn jug F. O. B. here... rbiskey 10,3 Va., First National Bank of Oxford, - 1 V (I