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THE HENDERSON GOLD iiBAP ..THURSDAY, riECiWBER J, 1909.
FARMERS Now is the time that you realize on your year's work. As you sell your Gotton, Tobacco and pro duce, place your money on open account in a Strong Bank. Pay your bills by check and avoid the danger of carrying large sums of money in your pocket. Our Banking facilities ard offices are always at the disposal of our customers and country friends. Citizens Bank of Henderson, HENDERSON, N.C. $250,000.00 is the fund that serves as aguaran tce for our Depositors. Cooking Exhibit Well Attended. The cooking: exhibit at the Allen- VERY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles Doois, Windows, Frames, Oak Mantels, Tiles, Cahill Grates. JOHN B. W ATKINS. N H i; LOT rf iSlioHH tor ladifH and iZfuiy men each Htyle running to HI.'H iuhi n't Tl II. THO.MASO.V N N 1 N in; )i: flllH-V 'pliy of Candied plain and -at II. THOMASOX'S. i.W SHOKS just I IIOMASON'S. received at II. ii: SALK A nice home for Hale. Ap ' ,,vt. S. S. WIIITTEX. i;V ll:i:S (JOODS Another lot of ii. w Drt-HH (JooiIh jiiHt received at H. TIIOMA.SOX S. KI"ITY LINK OF DRKSS GOODS and Nntionnat II. TIIOMASOX'S. 1 V I V A KKXALL Watch, and a bottle of Itcxall Cherry Juice S.vrup at W. MtKKK'S nnd keep correct. tit SALK Two horseH, buffgy and h.-t ru" ss. All nound and in good iitii.'i Willhe Hold cheap. K. LEW CRLLW, IlenderHon, X. ('. .. '.v ( ir' ih inlvertinPH two horns, l.'iv ;it!l li;irnesH for- shIp. All -iinil iiml in rood condition, find will ! s!. I i !icM. . v n . Mmi-.1i.i11, wife and little . i J I m li;itii, who w'iv hre visit i i - frii-rnlrt Mini ivbitives Inst week, ; to Durham Saturday. S-vcimI tract. f ImikI will l hoM ;ii jiiii.lii- .-Miction to the hiirhest bil-l'-r i! i in- ruiirt house door Monday. S- .-id i rt iseniiMitrt in this paper for lurl !n-r ii.f nn:it ion. I'mv stockings for men, women, Ih.v- nnd -irls, haven reputation of i. in- the best for wear, health, com fort and eroiiom v. Try a pair the i;et yuii buy. ThoinaH & Newcomb iielll. Annie Kobardu t his week Mrs. ha.s as her Thomas II. M r "if-tr l'mli im from t he country, and Mrs. r !i Taylor, of Oxford, and no -n.M- ever had a more gracious III i-t i-SS. P. tt.r say the word quickly and xi ! i;i line with others, if you want to lvpreHented in th--(ioii Leaf's spei i :il illustrated industrial edition. Tin- time is limited and space is being rapidly taken. Thanksgiving day was observed in Henderson by n general suspension i f business, and as a day of quiet .ni l rest, bv those who did not go H'.vav from town or take to the fields wiih gun and dogs I'.. 'in. to Mr. and Mrs. Whit Swain, a son. Mother and child a lustv youngster are both doing well, and the - oM man" asserts himself with as mueh pride as a small boy witl Lis !ir-.t i.air of trousers. !; turning from (Jreensboro where she .-pent Thanksgiving with her ii nighter who is at school there, Mrs. K .1. Jones, of Warrenton, stopped over Mini spent Friday night in Hen- Mr. D. C. Loughlin and family re turned home last week after filling an engagement with the John Robin son Shows for the season. All have enjoyed grJbd health and freedom I from accident of any kind, since Da vid, Jr., was laid off with an injured knee at Emporia, Va., 8000" after the show exhibited in Henderson. Fred, who was home at the time, went on and took his place and thegreat sen sational riding act of the Castellos was uninterrupted. It is said of the entertainment to le presented at the Grand Theatre next Wednesday evening by the Marguerite Smith Company, that as a whole, the concert will be some thing distinctively attractive. Large audiences in other cities have found it a pleasant entertainment and there is every prospect of a similar reception here. The musical features of the program will be looked after by an accomplished pianist and an excellent contralto soloist. The condition of Mr. W. T. Cheat ham does not improve. After con sulting specialists in the North re cently he went to Henderson ville, North Carolina, to stay awhile, but growing worse he came home. His trouble is of a complicated nature and does not readily yield to treat ment. Mr. Cheatham's friends have leen pained to note" for some time that his health was failing but had hoped it was nothing serious and he might regain his accustomed strength and activity. Mrs. Sallie Hughes, administratrix of Cieorge B. Hughes, deceased, ad vertises to sell a certain lot or parcel of land in rear-of and adjoining the lands of the Henderson Cotton Mills and others, containing 14 acres, at public auction to the highest bidder, on the primeses, Monday. January 3, 1'JIO. I ins property is located near the corporate limits of the town, and an opportunity for good and safe in vestment is offered. A. C. Zollicoffor, attorney, will give any additional information. qualities of the South Bend Malleable range, has been well attended. Mr. J. W. Wilsey, an expert from the fac tory who delights to talk range qual ity and range superiority, is in charge, and a cordial -welcome, hot biscuits, delicious coffee, etc., are extended to all visitors. Mrs. W. E. Moss is there to give a homelike atmosphere to things for the ladies, and Will Moss, Sam Allen and George Allen would not let any man eccape without car rying a South Bend Malleable range home with him if they could get it in his coat pocket. Each lady is pre sented with a fine imitation in minia ture of the range suitably mounted as a hatpin-souvenir. Chase & Sanborn's coffee from E. G. Davis, Sons & Co., Climax flour from George E.Perry, and Snowdrift cooking lard from Southern Grocery Company, baked and boiled on a South Bend Malleable range this is a combination that can't be beat. As showing the small amount of heat that escapes up the flue, a sec tion of pipe is removed and a "joint" of paper is inserted in its stead, mak ing the connection complete. Awid the paper does not even scorch. Ev idently there is no waste of fuel in heat going up the chimney where a South Bend Malleable rlmge is used. "Polly of tki Circus." The biggest house of Hi Moss Hardware Company's store with but a single exception, and one this week to demonstrate the baking4of the best plaTtrtliat hasjbeen here Rev. R. C. Craven Cemes Back to Henderson. Friends of Rev. R. C. Craven, pas tor of the Methodist Episcopal church, are gratified that he comes back to Henderson. He has served this station three years, and 'there were many outside of his congrega tion as well as in it who desired that the statute of limitation (4 years) be allowed to run in his case. A number of strong preachers were to be replaced this year and Mr. Craven expressed to his congregation a willingness to sacrifice any personal preferences of his own in order that the Henderson church might get one of these. But his people were willing take.chances a year from now, when he will have to leave anyhow, rather than have him go now. Thanks His Friends. Tom Bullock, the well known col ored man who was for a long time in the employment of the 'town as driver of the town cart, asks the Gold Leaf to thank his friends, white and colored, for neighborly kindness shown during the protract ed sickness and death of his wife whfeh occurred at their home on Rock'Spring street November 20th. She had been sick nearly all the year and her suffering and needs were faithfully ministered to, which kind ness the husband duly appreciates and feels deeply grateful for. at any time, ma v be put down to V credit oi"Polly of the Circus," whk Hand Badly Hurt. Mr. Asa Parhatn had the misfor tune to get his left hand caught In one of the machines at the bagging factory a few days ago and was bad ly hurt. The member was painfully larcerated, the flesh being cut and mashed off the fingers, but no bones were broken. The remarkable thing about it was that he did not lose higl entire hand and arm by having it drawn into the machine and cut to pieces. Mr. Parham does not operate t he machine but was doing some work about it, cleaning or adjusting it, when the accident occurred. , 1 with Mrs. P. T.Jones. An improvement has been made at tlf Pastime Theatre which will be appreciated by patrons those who h ive to sit behind persons who wear !ig hats. An inclined floor has been i n: in, and the place will be decor I'ttd and improved in appearanco i:einTall v. ri V.n.-h uds of Mr. and Mrs. George 'I' haii. of Panama, will be mter- -' d to learn that to them a son ' been bom. The interesting event oi-.-unvtl two weeks ago, and the young mother (formerly Miss May U LittieM) aiid child were getting "ioi,g very nicely when last heard fr. tin. Mrs. A. M. Jordan and son, Hugh, i. ive returned from a nine weeks' visit to Staten Island, N. Y., where thev visited a sister and brother of Mrs. Jordan who live in that place 1 hey took in the Hudson-Fulton cel- 'hr.it'nm and all the sights of New 1 ork they pos-il.ly could in so short : June, and had a most delightful mil. ever ' 1 v : i ii' !! w . i , U. re - '11. ; 'hi it in: n il bazaar of the Whatso iv,e ni t,,. Iviiiir'rt Danp-hters 4 :,. nelil m the armorv iues- a;;d eduesday, and the enter 1 - nis given m connection, were attended. Dinner and supper served and fancv articles were and altogether thosntrhr nt 'i the ladies had occasion to te themselves beside the satis- 11 of contributing to a worthy Rev. R. M. Andrews. While the ratifying had been done before the appointment was made, it is nevertheless pleasing to his friends to note the official action of his con ference in returning Rev. R. M. An drews as paster of the Methodist Protestant church in Henderson. Ir. Andrews has well established himself in the esteem and affections of our people, and now he is about to bind himself by still stronger ties to the community, claiming in mar riage one ot our tairest ana most lovely young women, Mis Olive Pearl Harris, the interesting event to occur on the fifteenth of December. v Peace-Parker. Invitations as follows have been issued to the approaching marriage of two of Henderson's popular young people, the nuptials to be celebrated next Wednesday; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott Farker request the honor of your presence at the marriage of of their daughter, Willliatu Closs, to Mr. Samuel Thomas Peace, on th eevening of Wednesday, the eighth of December, at nine o'clock, at the Methodist Episcopal Church, Henderson, North Carolina. Andrews-Harris. Following the announcement re cently made at a luncheon given complimentary to the bride-to-be, cards have been issued winch read as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rogers Harris will giv? in marriage their daughter, Olive Pearle, -to Rev. Robert Macon Andrews, on Wednesday afternoon, the flfthteenth of December, nineteen hundred and nine, at half after two o'clock, Methodist Protestant Church, Henderson, North Carolina. The honor of your presence is requested. . -- The best pill is DeWitt's Little Early Risers the safe, easv, pleasant and sure lit tle liver pills. DeWitt!a Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is the oritrinal Good for cuts burns or bruises, and especially for piles. Hold by all Druggists. w v liT. Hav ivki l; w t Mr. ,,,, i Hayden received a tele itn Saturday announcing thedenth i i his soil. .Ton nt. llninil-nn Tuvoo (,re 1 e had been living for about a ir employed as a telegraph opera- -o partirulars were given. Joe lei) VTls a 'onit lin eriVmr nml , - ,w,.. ""J , v rv. I'.M nous, and very popular, and ii-vvs of his death will be learned ;fi simere regret. Much sympathy felt for 1 1 dutiful and favorite son. y,' I'-.Wlntten & Comppny have i their handsome soda fountain j -a party in Baltimore, and it has packed up and shipped to that ( lt.v. They hope to dispose of the ' ahiiii e of their stock as a whole, but 'his there is nothing definite at I'1"' sent. At any rate they will close "nt between now and Christmas, and al,,ut the first of tho ne to venr Mr :d and Mrs. Whitten will go to their ''"w home near Bedford City, Va., to t-'Mue. he which was the attraction at the Grand Theatre Monday night. Differing, from the ordinary type of drama pure and sweet and refreshing, inter est was kept up throughout the ac- tion of the play and while there was the feeling that one had been given the worth of his money, there was a desire for more when the curtain went down on the last uct. Mi Fy Wallace was an ideal Polly, while Francis Yale proved himself a capa ble actor in the character of the Rev erend John Douglass. Edward Saxon shared the honors with the stars &s Uncle Toby, acrobatic clown and foster father of Polly, while Jules Ferrar made good as Big"" Jim, the boss canvassman who was 'mother" to Polly. Others were equally good in their respective roles. Walter Wesley and Walter V. Milton as Deacon Strong and Deacon Elverson afforded no little amusement and a feeling of derision by their parts, while Miss Ceclia Clay, as Miss Per kins, a spinster, and Miss Marie Piatt asMandy Jones, a colored housekeeper, were good for a laugh whenever they appeared. Notable in the circus acts were Miss Effie Dutton, famous equestrienne, whose bareback riding was brilliant and all too brief, George, Julia and William Cole, acrobats, Miss Elean or Cole, flying ring artist. The big riding horse, Bipgo, the trick mule, the ponies, the ring master and "the clowns were all there a regular cir cus performance on the stage and it was all good. Much interest had been felt in the coming of "Polly of the Circus." The novelized version was published in the Gold Leaf some time ago and those who read it naturally wanted to. see the play. A special train was run from Oxford and nearly a hun dred persons came from there. The audience seemed thoroughly to appreciate the performance and only words of praise and satisfaction were spoken of the play and the players. The Marguerite SmithjComp&ny Next Accompanied by an excellent con tralto soloist, and a skilled pianist, Miss Marguerite Smith, originator of the faoVons child impersonations, will Tisit Henderson next Wednseday night, December 8th, and tinder the auspices of the Radcliffe Entertain ment Bureau, will appear at the Grand Theatre in one 01, the odd and de ligltful concerts thatliave made her a popular idol on the lyceam circuits this season. Some years ago Miss Smith, al ready one of the most successful en tertainers on the platform, turned fhvr (alents in a new direction, and began to explore tfie quaint and wonderful field of child life. The fas cination, she found there led her to the development of a new arfin which she now stands as chief expo nent. Her impersonations run the whole gamut, from the toddling three-year-old, lisping its childish song, to the stubborn, pompous, or whimpering lad "of twelve, and there is something altogether charming about their humor and pathos and tenderness. The concert will be a refreshing de parture from the the ordinary and will give a new interpretation to a side of life never old and uninterest ingthe quaintness and innocence of childhood. The musical feature ot the entertainment will very attract ively vary the entertainment. The pianist will be Miss Edith Ilhetts, an accomplished young woman who has done good work elsewhere. Miss Olive Smith, the contralto, appeared for five consecutive seasons as prin cipal soloist of the "famous Smith Sisters," whose popularity extented from one end of the country to the other. Ad ver. ; " Conference Appointments. j Following are the appointments ior vtarremon aisinct, wnicn em braces Henderson, made by the East ern North Carolina Conference, Meth odist Episcopal Church, South, held fh Raleigh Iat week: J. E. L'uderwoml, Presiding Elder. Warrenton D. N. Caviness. Warren B. C. Thompsou. Rulgeway B. C. All red. Henderson, First Church R. C Craven. North and South If enderson-HJ. D. Laugston. Littleton S. E. Mercer. - Roanoke ttapids W. A. Piland. Roanoke J. T. Draper. Enfield and Halifax J. E. Holden. - Batfdeboro and Whitakers G. S. ' e Bearden. Scotland Neck C. A. Jones. Hobgood W. F. Galloway. Williamston and Hamilton G. L. Read. Hlarysburg E. N. Harrison. Northampton W. B. North. Rich Square D. N. Earnhardt. Convey S. T. Movie. Murfreesboro and Win ton L. T. Singleton. Harrellsville D. A. Futrell. Bertie J. G. Johnson. Littleton Female College President J. M. Rhodes. tlexamethyleaeteramtne. The above is the name of a German chem ical, which is one of the many valuable in gredients of Foley's Kidney Remedy. Hex amethylenetetramine is recognized by medi cal text books and authorities as a uric acid noivent and antiseptic for the urine. Take Foley's Kidney Remedy as soon as yon notice any irregularities and avoid a serious malady. Sold by all Druggists. Read and advertise in Gold Leaf. For headache Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills Phone No. 80 A Christmas Announcement is hardly necessary for us to make, as the public already know where they can get high grade, well screened Christ mas coal with which to give Santa Claus a warm welcome with when he arrives. The Yule-tide will be made com fortable and cheery in your home when your stove and fur nace is supplied with coal from Poythress. j. S. POYTHRESS. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot he cured by itaii s latarrn Lure. t . J.l Ut.Mii IO Toledo. O. We, the undersiprnpd, hare known F. J Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tion, aud financially able to carry out any oblipations made by this firm. Walding, Kinsas & Marvin. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally. acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent fwe. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggist. 75c. Take Uall's Family Pills for constipation. Lots of raek.and things seem easy till you try to do them. . v . ........ i After exposure, and when you feel a cold coming on, take Foley's Honey and Tar, the great throat and lung remedy. It stops tne cough, relieves thecongestion. and expels the cold from your system, is mildly laxative. Sold by all Druggists. HONOR ROLL Sixth Qrade, Central Graded School, for Week Ending Nov. 26th. Aline Hughes 100 Paul Keller 99 Kathleen Benton...! 99 Francis Harris 98 Clyde Hight 98 Janie Royster 98 Norwood Thomas 97 Lueco Harris 97 Rowena Evans 97 Page Harris . t. 97 Ruth Carter 97 Hattie Roth 96 -r m 11 fn. iucy 1 unseat 1 Elizabeth Dorsey MORE DANVILLE PROOF. Jacob Sohrall. 432 South St., Danville.Ill., writes: "For over eighteen months I was a sufferer from kidney and bladder trouble. During the whole t ime was treated by several doctors and tried several different kidney pills. Seven weeks ago I commenced taking Foley's Kidney Pills, and am feeling Detter and will be irtad to tell anyone in terested "just what Folny's Kidney Pills did for m. Sold by all Druggists. Attractive Advertisement in a live, progressive paper, that has age, character, circulation and influence, can hardly fail of Producing Results. Such a paper is the fjENDERSON, North Carolina, .GOLD. LEAF 4 If you wish to reach the people of the Bright Tobacco District on the one hand, and the rich Cotton Growing Section on the other, of whichHenderson is the center and principal market, you can do so most effectually through the columns f ...THE GOLD LEAR.. Established in "1881, it is the oldest and the leading newspaper published in Vance County. It is a clean, dignified, up-to-date, all-home-print local paper, and has the confidence and respect of its constit uency, old patrons being its strongest supporters. ADVERTISING RATES WkLL BE FURNISHED ON APPLICATION BV ADDRESSING THE PUBLISHER, TMAD U. MANNING, Henderson, N.C. How Money Grows. -There are over seventeen million people the United States making their money grow by depositing it in the banks. $1.00 a year for fifty yearsis only $60.00, but compound- ed it is $290.00. $50.00 a year for fifty years is only $2,500.00, but at interest it is $14,500. This shows what systematic saving will , ; do. Anyone can save money, and when you plant savings in our bank you will har vest dollars in future life. Plant the seed now to have the big tree later. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. S. R. HARRIS, HENRY PERRY, S. T. PEACE, President. Vice-President. Cashier. TTf TffTtfTftTTTTTfTTTTTtf TfTfVffTff ffff f If f f f Conference Missionary Secretary ii. ti. Willis. Foley's Honey and Tar is the best and safest cough remedy forchildren At the first symptoms of a cold, cive as directed, and ward off dancer ot croup, brnuohitio. sore throat, cold in the head, and stuffy breath ing. It brings comfort and ease to the lit tle ones. Contains no opiates or other harm ful drnes. Keen always on band, and re fuse substitutes. Sold by all Druggists. 1 CORN, Notice to Telephone Subscribers. Telephone subscribers will please note and attach to directories the foiling: list: v NEW TELEPHONES. 303-F Britt, Miss Norma Residence 327-B Brodie. Miss Alice 360-F Bullock, B. II. Fish Market 342-B Burroughs, R. G. Residence 361-B Champion, J. C. 205 - Ellington Grocery Co. Store 114 . . Farmers' Warehouse 107 Hughes, Rev. I.W. Residence 335-B Hines, Ed. 314-F Lewis, Miss Lizzie " 128 Parham's Cotton Gin 152. Rose's Cotton Gin 304 B Rowland, P. E. Residence 365-B Sturges, S. E. 265 Williams. C. F. Office CHANGE IN NUMBERS. Beck, J. W. Market, fron 205 to 208 Tankerslv. C. F., Residence, from 303-F to 318-F CHANGE IN NAME. Martiny, M to Carter, J. R. DISCONTINUED. 342-B Morris, W. W. Residence 359-F Tucker, Dr. E. B. Office TOMATOES, FISH ROE 10 CENTS A CAN. : ' 2 I Mackerel, Breakfast Bacon, Hams, 3 Roe Herrings. CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE Received Weekly. For good services, goods and prices, phone E. A. Kelly & Company. The date on your address label in dicates the time to which your sub scription is paid. FAY IDEAL STOCKINGS For Girls, Boys,. Women and Men BEST for Wear, Health, Comfoit and Econmy Long or Short Lengths. Unexcelled for Dexterity Thomas & Newcomb. Agents NONE BETTER MADE. We have received a big lot of the Famous BUSTER. BROWN SHOES for boys and Girls. , None better, made, and we invite you to call and see this line. We have a real good bargain in our $1.48 Shoes for women. Also a $1.50 value for $1.20. We sell for Ca.sK, but wa.tch us grow The Henderson Shoe Co. next aoor 10 ine tosi unice. TRUSTEE S SALE. MILLINERY. . ,tch cured in 30 minnta nv .. nnifor sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold bv i " arker, druggist. Apr ' New Hats and other milli nery novelties arriving every week. A line of Hack Beavers just received. Come see our fresh stock of trimmed hats. Some beautiful Creations. From $3.00 up to $10.00. Cheaper goods if you want .1 tnem. MRS. O. O. WHITE. THE LADIES' STORE." CENTIMARI KID CLOVES. New line just received. The V ladies know what these goods are. COATS AND CAPES, UNDERWEAR, &c. RS. MISSIIXIER. SNAPPY, STYLISH CLOTHES Our line of Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats is complete. Every garment tailored in the very highest and most artistic manner. Schloss Clothes hi 3 . -TY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST EX- .D ecuted to me by Henry Jordan and wife, dated April 27th, 1907, reftixterod in the office ol the Register 01 uceus 01 a nee Conntv in D. T. book o. 21. pntre 4, 1 ehall cell by public auction lor rawn nt me (,'onrt House door in Henderson, on Saturday, January 1st, 1910, all the right, title, intei-eat and estate of said Henrv Jordan and wife in and to tbat I raft or parcel of land situate in Vance and War ren Counties, State of North Carolina, bound ed and described as follows: Begin at Tmeman Chapman s corner in the road leading from Manson to Enterprw, and run tkence along said Chapman' line and W. C. Kimball's line N H7V4 W. 51.50 chains to Rufus Clark s corner in said Kim ball's line: thence along said Clark s line .V 3V E. 38.75 chains to a stone: thence N 87V4 W 23.54 chains to a stone at poilar stump. Ed Henderson's corner in said Clark's line: thence along said Henderson's line and Cor nelia Bullock's lin V 1 li U chains to a stake said Bullock's corier: thence along hfr line X. 89 W. 14 chains to a stone Betxie Ann Daniel's corner; thn: along her line V 1 E. 9.70 chains to a stakesald Daniel's corner in John Hargrove's line; thenee along said Har grove's line. ti. Hi?- E d.oO chains to a atotie Rnfns Uak's corner thenwalongsairt t larK s line X. 55Vi E. 5.5-1 chains to a stone: thwice X. 334 E. 15 25 chains to a stak-. Dog wood and Post Oak fioioters said t lark's corner in West Henderson's !in; thence along said Henderson and David Bullock's line S. 73V4 E. 20.97 chains to a Hi korv Stamp. Bullock's corner. S. 1 W 9.00 to R-d Oak Stnmp. S. HJV4 E. 8.25 chains to Enterprise road. D. Bullock's corner; tbenc along said road 8.15 E. 4.12 chains. S. 11 E. 14 55 chains. S. 4,4 E. 13 80 chains. S. 25 E. 3.04 cbaiDB, K. 30 E. 7.45chaii . 16.25 E. 15...0 chains to the beginning. Containing 316 acres, more or less, and known an the Van Landingbam tra-t. This December 1, 1909. A. C. ZOLLH OFFER, Trunte. Thomas M. Pittmau, Attorney. CMDSIEKG dDTEJTT SAILIE. We are going to close out our entire business and will sell our entire stock of Stationery Etc, at Greatly Reduced Prices, For Cash Sale begins MONDAY, October 18th. Come in and get the bargains while they last. Yours truly, The Whitten Grocery Company. Phone 45. Will enable vou to look your best at all times. And vou will be as- Valuable Land fOI Sale. tonished to see at what litte cost if you come here to buy. , WW RW.J0SE5 COWWRfcttY Fine Old Whiskeys Mail Orders Promptly Filled tiJk.ll Good C u&rmntd Under thm Nmtionml Pan Food Law Every Variety for Every Possible Shape and Figure. BARNES CLOTHING STORE. We offer for sale all of that portion of the BALDY CAPEHAIiT TRACT OF LAND that is sitnate on the east aide of Tabbs creek about 255 acres. This is a Taraable farm and contains some of the best LOW GROUNDS in the country, which were wall ditched and drained lal tpring and are now in fine condition. Two settlements on the tract. The dwelling on one (a two-room honee) ha tbisyear been fmt in good shap: the other, while comparatively a new bouse. Bds soxne little completing work done. Ptonty of good cleared upland for cotton, tobacco, 4c. Sufficient timber for all farm needs. Time given if desired on part of pnrcnase mony. See or write to either of na. JD.H.CBUDOP, i. B. ELLIS, C. L. BLACKBALL, KittHl, X. C We are Distillers. Our Whiskeys are yd properly. We ship direct to consumer. Better goods and quicker Lif.meaU. We prepay all. express charges and skip in plain package. Pes Gaixov. Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (8 Years OU) . . $3.50 Old R. w. Jones Corn Whiskey (4 Years Old) . 2.75 Old R. W. Jones Corn W hbkey (2 Years Old) . 2.50 Corn Whl .key . one-half ration $1.50 Corn Whiskey, 2 Gallons . . . ... J4.S0 Corn Whiskey, 3 Galons $6.50 Ccm Whiskey, 4 Oallons, . $S.50 Old Velvet Rye WbJt key (4 Years Ola) . . . .4.00 Mountain Rye (2 Years Old) . . . . . . 2.75 Kentucky Bell (8 Years Old) 5.00 App'e Brandy (5 Years Old) 3.O0 Rose Valley Rye (4 quarts) . . . J . 4.0 Write for complete price lust on all grades of Whiskeys, Brandien, Ete. Remit money or ex picas order. fcenI us a trial oroer. i on get the qtiuKty. - Gins CtAP.XSVlLLEWHISMOTOg O