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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1909.
1 f t ler, thr. the . tof tol po M 01 e tl - i ri The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1881. BY THAD R. MANNING. THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1900. Next week the Gold Leaf'h special illustrated industrial edition will be issued coincident with the cloning of the twenty-eighth year of the papers existence and if any business or in terest has been left out it will lack jnst that much of beiri a complete history of the commercial, industrial and professional life of the commu nity. But the fault will not be due to any lark of effort or inclination on the part of those who are under taking the work. An opportunity has been given and it was our earn est desire to make the edition as lull and complete as possible thorough ly representative and creditable to all concerned. Patronize Home Enterprise. On the subject of enr-ouraging and supporting home enterprise an ex change says this: Kncourage every home enterprise. Take an interest in every industry, invest liberally in the stock of faith and good will, and distribute it all over your city, in every factory, in every work shop, in every buninefs house. It will pay you large divi dends, and will cost very little. It can never depreciate in value. It will always bo above par. Buy home made goods. Ask your merchants for them. Wear home made gar ments, eat home made articles of food, sleep on home made beds, read home made newspapers. In this way the money you spend is only loaned. It will come back to you again with interest. Praise up your city don't run it down.- Stand by your merchants and manufacturers they are the bone and sinew of your municipal structure. Stand by your churches and schools they are the hopes of your future. Stand by your press it it is the tireless senti nel that guards your interests. Ve owe it to" the community in which we live to do everything we can in every way possibly that will be to its advantage. Our neighbor's prosperity means a great deal more to us than someone's who lives else where. AVe should bear this in mind in buying our goods. We can afford to pay our home man a firm price for his wares rather than send our money away, knowing that every dollar our home citizen makes will help in sustaining our schools and churches and public institutions. It pays richly to patronize home indus try. A Working Congressman. Greensboro lieronl. The States North and Est gen erally keep a member of tongress at ins post lor years if he shows up well. e have contended and yet contend that the .South has been the loser by not iollowinsr the same course. We hang to the "rotation" idea as if every man is entitled to a slice of what is going. It takes sev eral years for a new member to learn how and when to do things. 1 The Kasternpart of this State has one man that has been kept in his seat for some years and he is doing things, lhis man is Hon. John II Small and so quiet has he been in his work that few cf us realize what he has done. Recently thellaleigh K veil ing Times had an editorial telling of his achievements. It was through the faithful work of Congressman Small, The Times says, that Con press was induced to appropriate over five hundred thou.-and dollars to begin this work, and now two of the biggest dredges on the Atlantit coast are at work cutting a canal north of Beaufort. I5y the cutting oi this canal and the cutting of a canal leading up to Norfolk, a shij can pass down to Albemarle am Pamlico sounds and out to sea and never be bothered by the dangers of Cape Hatteras. This alone will open up hasten North Carolina to the world ami makethebig sounds great centres for shipping just as the great lakes are for the North. The possi bilities for development in Eastern ortIi ( arohmi are wonderful. hen we get this great waterway the peo ple oi this fctate will owe it to tin persistent work of Hon. John ll.Smal because he has devoted every energy possible for thisoneenterpnse. hen Mr. Small addressed that big nssem bly of capitalists and Congressmen and Senators from all over theNortl and East, it made every North C-aro- iinian proud to see the way they re ceived him. Everybody in the con vention was talking about Small the first man who talked waterways to Congress. talk about "doing things, what do you call this? To enable ship ping to avoid the dangers of Cap- iiatteras is one ol the bitrgest tiling? heard of; in fact, when the idea has been mentioned in the past won came that it could not be done Aside from this feature, however, tin good resulting from a commercia point of view is verv great. Mr Small is a quiet gentleman and seems to advoid "band wagon" tactics. He wants results, not talk, and his con stituents stand bv him. He shouh be kept in Congress the balance o u;s life. uuiiiLttTiuin t outu Jieniely is vrrv i i . - . , . valuable medicine for thrust unj lun Troubles, qun klv relieves and cures n.-unfn breuthinp and adunjreronsly sounding congt nuicu muicaies congested lungs. Sold bv a! oealers A newspaper is taken as an index oi the town in which it is published irom the newspaper the outside world forms its opinion of the spirit and condition of the town whether the town is dead or alive, whether it is seif-satisfied or progressive and up-to-date. Fa 3-etteville Index. Mm. S. Joyce, Clarmount, X. II.. write: " About a year ago I bought two bottles of Foley's Kidney liemedy. It cured tae of a e Tereease of kidney trouble of several years standing. Uncertainly is a grand, goodn.ed icine, and I heartily recommend it." Sold by all Druggists. The family tree some times bears pretty sorry fruit. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is not a common, every-day cough mixture, it is a meritorious remedy for all the troublesome and dangerous complications resulting from void in the head, throat, chest or lungs. Sold by all dealers. . Vance's "Scattered Nation." The following is the beginning of the peroration of that matchless lecture, "The Scattered Nation," by Zebulon Ii. Vance: "I have stood on the summit of the monarch of our great Southern Alleghanies and seen the night flee awav before the chariot wheels of the god of day. The stars receded before the pillars of lambient fire that pierced the zenith, and a thousand rugged mountain peaks began 10 peer up from the abysmal darkness, each looking tnrougu me vapory run that filled the gorges like an island whose jutting and confounded base was swilled by the wild and wasteful ocean. As thin curtain was lifted more and more, and the eastern brightness grew in radiance and in glory, animate nature prepared to receive her lord; the tiny snowoira from its heat in the turf began chirp- nir to its young, the silver pheasant sounded its morningdrurabeatfor its mate in the herbage, whilst the lordly eagle, rising straight upward Irom us hoiu i on the crags, with pinions widespread, bared his golden breast to the yellow beams, screamed his welcome to the sun in his coming: Soon the vapors of the night are ifted upon shafts of fire, rolling and seething in billows of refulgent name, until when far overhead tuey are caught upon the wings of the moun tain breeze and swept away; periect day is established and there is peace. The Supreme Court. ha riot te I lii onicle. The bar of Harnett county last week assembled at the close of a term of court there and gave high praise to the ability and zealousnees of Judge W. II. Allen, who presided at the term, and then ended up with a set of resolutions in this significant way: "We assure him that whether he remains on t he Circuit Court bench of the State or is promoted to a higher sphere of usefulness to our State, or returns to private life, he will always be attended by our best wishes and our prayers." This de liverance having caught the atten tion of The Wilmington Dispatch, that paper views it in the nature of on "omnious rumbling," connecting it with the retirement of Judge Con nor from the Supreme Court bench and the appointment of Judge Man ning as his successor. The Dispatch regards the Harnett county resolu tions as "prettv, suitable, of course, but decidedly significant." It thinks the resolutions throw weight to the contention that there is going to be a fight. "Naturally," says The Dis patch, "Judge Manning will want to retain his seatand itlooks likeJudge lleu will greatly dssire for him to relinquish it. So something interest ing and strenuous may be expected over this one position of the Supreme Court at any event. The time of Chief Justice Clark also expires next term, and there is apt to be acontest over that position. Judge Walker's term also ends, but it looks as if lie will be unanimously renominated by the Democratic party. The terms of Judges Hoke and Brown do not ex pire for two years thereafter." The Harnett county resolutions may be properly regarded in the nature of a "rumbling." While Judge Manning has all the odds on his side, the indi cations are that he is going to ruu up against a prettv stiff sort of a contest. Letter From Chapel Hill. To the ( told Leaf. Chapel Hill, X. C. Dec. , li)0!. The University Dramatic Club made its semi annual appearance in Gerrard Hall Thursday night. The play rendered was a masterpiece, popular in inain, El In- iliiino, and this forma a link in the series of plays that is to present to the stu dents of the University an opportunity to sec acted the masterpieces of litera ture of each of the leading nations of the world, in every regpect the performance was a success, the actors were hand somely costumed after the manner of the Spanish. They were generously ap plauded and genuinely inspired by the approving eyes of some of North Caroli na s fairest daughters who were here at tending the Thanksgiving dances. Senator Robert L. Taylor of Tennes see, lectured in Gerrard Hall Friday night on "Happy Valley' In hi? rambling talks on lennessee mountain life, the negro and the riddle, he was delightfully at his best. The University Tennis Team has added another victory to its list by defeating Davidson I ollege. larohna won both doubles and singles, and her record for this fall is as follows: Doubles Singles Total Guilford 0 0 0 Carolina 40 00 100 Uandolph-Maeon 0 0 0 Carolina 40 t0 100 Richmond College 0 0 O Carolina 4o 0 " 100 Virginia 0 0 ' O Carolina 4) 0 100 Washington & Lee 0 :10 :U Carolina :10 40 TO Davidson 0 0 0 Carolina 40 00 100 total ( arohna ."m1 Rev. R. W. Ilogue Opponents 30. made a very ira the Y. M. C. A nressive talk before Tuesday night on "The Secret of Great est Strength." The Thanksgiving dauces of the Ger man t lub and the Order of Ghimgouls took place in the gymnasium on Thurs day and 1-rulav nights. The female popu lation here was double these two days I he campus of the Universitv and the walks and roads of the village saw such beauty as they were not accustomed to see and had seldom seen leore. the dances took place immediately after the entertainments in Gerrard Hall gnvu by the dramatic club and Senator Taylor. The music was fur nished by Levey, of Durham, and in hal an hour after the dismissal of the audi ences from Gerrard Hull the first dance was on ir the gymnasium. There were oOcouples, and though not crowded, the gymnasium presented no lonesome ap pearance as fifty maidens floated out to the dance on the swell of the music. Tie visiting ladies were some of the choicest of the Old North State and their pres ence sweetened this prosy spot with tenderness and beauty. Dr. Charles II. Herty and Prof. Collier Cobb spoke in chapel this week upon chemistry and geology as fields for life work. Graduates in chemistry from the I Diversity are in demand the country oyer. The Tennessee Iron and Coal Works of Knsley, Alabama, every year offers excellent positions to Carolina graduates. Half the force is composed of young alumni of the University. The geology laboratory of the University trains more men for the United States Soil Survey than the laboratory ol any other university except Cornell. Tlie next time orft o! the children catch cold. giv it something that will promptly and freely but gently move the bowels. In that way the cold will at ouce be driven out of the eystem.l Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrnp moves the bowels promptly and freely, yet gently, and at the same time heals irritation and stops the cough. It is especially good for children. Sold by all Dmg-giets, Story Told in Church Considered Worth $1 by New York Times. Rockingham Post. Several months ago there was a service held at the Baptist church here for the purpose of raising funds to complete the church. Rev. Liv ingston Johnson preached and after the preaching was over, Mr. H. C. Dockery was called on to make a speech and raise the money. That he succeeded admirably was shown by the fact that more than $600.00 was raised in a few minutes, when only about $ 400 00 was needed. In the course of the speech he told this little joke, by way of explaining why he had been called on to raise the money. One day a little boy by acciuenc happened to swallow a dime and for several minutes consternation reign ed in the family. There was much excitement and hurry calls were sent or several physicians, liefore any of them could arrive a small daugh ter came to the front with this sug gestion: "Mama, don't send lor tne doctor. Send for Mr. Brown." "Why, what on earth do you mean, child," said the mother. "What could Mr. Brown do? He's a lawyer." "Well." answered the child,"! beard my papa say the other day that if Mr. Brown couldn't get, money out of a person no one else need try." The loke was new to tne auuience and took well. Mrs. L. P. Kussell thought is worth giving to the world and sent it to the New York Times. She also subscribed one dollar to the cause. Yesterday she received a check from the Times for one dollar in payment for the joke and with the dollar she paid her subscription. Alone in Saw Mill at Midnight unmindful of dampness, drafts, storms or cold, W. J. Atkins worked as Night W atch man, at Banner Springs, Tenn. Such expo sure gave him a severe cold that settled on his lungs. At last he bad to give up wont. He tried many remedies but all failed til! he used Dr. King's New Discovery. "After using one bottle" he writes, "I went back to work as well as ever, bevere tolas, stub born Coughs, inflamed throats and sore lungs, Hemorrhages, Croup and Whooping Cough get quick relief and prompt cure from this glorious medicine, ooc. ana fi.uu. Trial bottle free, guaranteed by Melville Dorsey. - If successs doesn't turn the aver age man's head it's because he has a stiff neck. REAPING BENEFIT. From ths Experience of Henderson People. We are fortunate indeed to be able to profit by the experience of our neighbors. The public utterances of Henderson resi dents on the following subject will inter est and benefit thousands of our readers. Read this statement. No better proof can be had. Mrs. W. It. Horton, 404 Montgomery St., Henderson, N. C, eays: "I rom per sonal experience I can highly recommend Doan s Kidney Pills, as an ideal remedy for kidney trouble. This complaint af flicted me for several months and at times my condition was critical. My back ached constantly and often, I was so weak and lame that I was hardly able to get around. I could not rest well and in the morning had no strength or energy, l he unnatural appearance ot tne kidney secretions, also their irregularity in passage showed that my kidneys were out of order. When I read about Doan'a Kidney Pills being a cure for such trou bles, 1 procured a box from the Kerner McNair Co.'s drug store and soon after beginning their use the backache ceased and my kidneys were restored to a nor mal codition. I am pleased to say that Doan's Kidney Pills were of the greatest possible benefit to me." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and and take no other. The fact that a man is a promt nent member in the Good Govern ment organization, or is a member of the Methodist or Baptist church, cannot justify his owning stock in a drug store that sells whisky in viola tion of the law. A drug store that violates the law id no better than any other blind tiger, so far as we can judge it. Raleigh State Demo crats ARE MICROBES IN YOUR SCALP? it Has Been Proved that Microbes Cause Baldness. Professor Uuna of Hamburg Ger many, and Dr. babourand, the lead ing French dermatologist, discovered that a microbe causes baldness. Their theory has time and again been amply verified through research ex periments carried on under theobser vation of eminent scientists. This microbe lodges in the Seburn, which is the natural hair oil, and when-per mitted to flourish it destroys the hnir iolhcles nntl intune theporeH entirelv close, and the scalp gradually takes on a shiny appearance, when tht. happens there is no hope of the growth of hair being revived. Ti.. i . lmnurun is a contagious uisave. which is largely due to a destructive microbe, which when lefttopursue its cource causes itching Fcalp, fallinir hair and baldness. Dandruff is caused by the microble nffecting the glands which produce the sebaceous matter, whu'h latter then unnaturally . drift u; und scales off. it i i , . , ... e nave a reuietiv wnicn will, wp honestly believe, remove dandruff ixierminate ine microbe, promote good circulation in the scalp aud r. round the hair roots, tighten and revitalize the hair roots nnd over ome baldness, solongas then is any i re leit in tne nair roots. We back up this statement with our own persoual guarantee that this remedy called Rexall Hair Tonic will be supplied free of all cost io me ner n it itius ro lo as we state. It will frequently restore gray and faded hair to its original color, pro viding loss of color has been caused by disease: vt it is in no sense a dye. Rexall "9:1" Hair Tonic accomplishes these results by making every hair root, follicle and pigment gland strong and active, and by stimula ting a natural flow of coloring pig ment throughout the hair cells. v Rexnll "93" Hair Tonic is entirely free from grease or sediment, is ex ceedingly pleuaant to use and will not gum the hair or permanently soil the clothing or pillows. We exact no obligations or prom ises we sinjply ask you to give it a thorough trial and if not satisfied tell us and we will refund the money you paid us for it. Two aizs, prices 50 cents and f 1.00. Remember you can obtain it in Henderson only at our store The Rexall Store. W. W. Parker, Druggist, - . . Keeping the Boys on the Farm. .One who writes as if he has author ity based upon personal knowledge and experience for doing: go, says this about keeping boys on the farm: It is all very well, when you have nothing to do but kill time,' to' talk about keeping the boys on the farm, but you might as well spend ryour time spitting at a crack. Hoys will stay on a farm as well as anywhere, if they receive decent treatment at home, lhe boy who is yatked out of bed by the hair, kicked out to milk and cuffed in to breakfast as a pre liminary to being popped through in the field all day, is not likely to be consumed by his love for' the glories of agriculture nor for his sire. Give the boy a fair show, and he 11 stay with you till the cows come home. If you are so mean he can't stay at home, don't you go to your neigh bors with a hypocritical snuffle and tell about your boy's ingratitude after vou have raised him. Wabbly Legged, bat Clear Headed. Dundee Advertirer. A lawyer came into court drunk when the judge said to him: . "bir, I am sorry to see you in a sit uation which is a disgrace to yourself and family and the profession to which you belong." This reproof elicited the following colloquy: "Did your honor speak to me.' "I did, sir. I said, sir, that in my opinion you have disgraced yourself and family, the court and the pro fession by your course of conduct." May li it please your honor, 1 have been an attorney in in in this c court for fifteen years, and permit me to say, your honor, that this is the first correct opinion I ever knew you to give. Notice to Telephone Subscribers. Telephone subscribers will please note and attach to directories the foiling list: - NETC TELEPHONES. 303-F Britt, Miss Norma Residence 327-B Brodip, Miss Alice " 3G0-F Bullock, B. H. Fish Market 342-B Burroughs, II. G. Residence 3G1-B Champion, J. C. 20o Ellington Grocery Co. Store 114 Farmers' Warehouse 107 Hughes, Rev. l.W. Residence 355-B Hines, Ed. " 314-F 128 152 304-B Lewis, Miss Lizzie " Parham's Cotton Gin Rose's Cotton Gin Rowland, P. E. Residence- 3G5-B Sturges, S. E. u 2G.j Williams, C. F. Office CHANGE IN NUMBERS!, -Beck, J. W. Market, fron 205 to 208 Tankersly, C. F., Residence, from aOS-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 Fearful Blood Poison-Cured.; A few years aero I was a terrible sate ferer from blood poison, which seemed to1- he worst in my hand. If the skin would be broken from any cause, the flesh would become inflamed, would itch and burn and develop in sores. Before the birth of one of my children, and several months afterwards, my whole body be came fearfully swollen and I was in a se rious condition generally. My blood was thin and watery. On one occasion, about this time, I broke the akin on one of my fingers one Friday while attending to my household work. On Monday, my hand became fearfully red and inflamed, my arm was affected to my shoulder, and we all feared lockjaw. My hand became swollen, and shed the skin, and was as red and raw as a piece of beef. My suf fering was bo intense I had to be kept under the iufluenceof morphine for about two weeks. My doctor carried me safely through that, but my hand is leftdrawn, and my fingers are out of shape and stiff so that I have but little use of them.' And for years my blood remained in that con dition; every little scratch would give me trouble, many times of a serious nature. Mrs. Joe Person came to see me, and persuaded me to use her - Remedy. I bought a dozen bottles and IT CORED ME, though I took a great deal more. I am so afraid of blood poison that : I take a few bottles every enrine- to be on the safe side, and I never have any trou- nie. i,ast year, i was badly bitten by a dog, which caused my family and me great anxiety, but it did not even in flame, and gave me no trouble. My blood is in fine condition and I believe if it had not been for Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy I should have died. I couldn't have lived in the condition I was in much longer. I cannot express my feelings in regard to it. Its value is priceless. MRS. G. F. MEDLIN. Weldon, X. C., July 12, 1907. It is hardly necessary to allow the nuriieit resolutions to cut any great figure in the future results of the estate ton vention. Lawyers often express their appreciation of the work don. by cir.-uit judges Then, too, if the editors who se "ominous ruinblmus in this incident will think for a moment they will find there is another vacancy in the State which may be u-ed to cushion tlm hnmnem b-for the forces meet. Raleigh omit; leuiocrar. Do thing rthtr- than -the -other Miow. Chamberlain's Conch Remedv never rfia-in. points those who use it for obstinate onghs, eoUl nn irritation of the throat anainngs It ofnn.is u nriva I!h an remedy for all throat an. I lnnR disease. Sold by all dealers. Tiie man who knows just what to no can usually nn.l some one to do It fur 111!!!. This i Wo th Remembering. Whenever voubsveacoiiph orccld. jsnt re- m-iuiHT mac r oiey s tlonev and Tar will cure it. Itememler the name.Tolev's Hone ana iar. an.l refuse subsiitates. Sold by all Mr. John Bolick, of Catawba coun ty, hauled, a one-horse load of spaH cotton 2,323 pounds toa gin a few Jjys Hgo and the '-torn-out" was i'2"i pounds of lint. For the bale of lint hp received 7.1. (k) and for the s-eu fu.gua total of $ 33.40 for a one-horse load of seed cotton. New ton Enterprise.- Hare you a weak throat? If so, yon can not be too rareful. You cannot becin treat ment too early. Each cold makes you more uauie co anoiner tina tbe lat is always th harder to cure. -If you will take Chamber lain s lough Remedy at the outset tou will ue pavej mncn trouble. Sold by all dealers A man seldom does much good in me worm uniu ne stops trying to do narm. After coming-on, take Foley's Honer and Tar. ths great tbroat and lnnt remedy. it stops the 1 congb, relieve t he congest ion. and expAn the rold Iron your system, is mildly lax a tire. Sold by all Drugisinf g. " j OOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQQWQW Th. To clear out stock on hand as far as possible and begin the New Year with a (CompHette RTew Stock if (Kotodls, We beg to announce a IIDeep (DunH Sim IPirnees On All Goods in Every Department for the Next Twenty Days. We will more than meet the promises made by any competitor i giving vastly better values in quality of articles purchased. Our Good are all fresh, clean and new of standard quality. . Don't load up with undesirable "Cheap-John" stuff, but come di rect to our Store. Our stock consists of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Millinery and Groceries. We carry one of the largest Stocks in North Carolina No old shop-worn goods. The manager of this business has had 28 years experience, and personally guarantees every purchase in the store to be satisfactory or money refunded. Our salesmen are all of experience and can aid - you in making your selections of the right merchandise at prices that will be THE LOWEST. (GEO- A- LOSIE COESPAKIY- GLIEAT Beginning Saturday, Dec. 11, Aftemoonnight!t 30 SaturdOLy Continuing from day to day until $10,000 worth of goods are sold, Closing out our F.NTIRF. .STOPK" RPr.APHl tree nr mcT i i 1 , inin 1 .11. VY "X1JL-1- vyi wji preparatory to enlarging our bus iness January 1st, 1910, by installing additional new fixtuies and taking in more capital, in order . xo,nmCii MUST HAVE $10,000 AT ONCE. FREE. FR.EE. FREE. FREE. Presents to Ladies. Presents to Ladies. Presents to Ladies EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVERY EVENING. VuG day a ladleS' gId wftchiU b given away. ring will be erven awav. F.vprv aiiL BA U L f -j - - "-j Christmas THE G MM Store AUCTOOKI SALE :Q F: Bfiamoimdls, Wattdhies, .JTewefliry . Cmitt (Gflass, CMmia, IIM Salver, Etc., Mc, Ettc, Mc AT rn p in fjj) n (a fjj Jewelry Store, e Dusiness will be conducted under the same firm name win uaianiccu. FOR: STYLISH CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, ETC. 'V Best MakesLowest Prices. Ladies' Tailor-Made SUITS, CLOAKS, SKIRTS. ETC. New and Up-to-date Sea sonable Goods. Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Crockery, Glass Ware, Cut Glas, and Everything for Holiday Gifts. WATT BIG DEPARTMENT & (n) On the last day a ladies diamond i Holiday E&HKT STORE. So If O Jl, EXCELS HUDNUT'S Toilet preparations for the complexion. We have a nice line of them. HUYLER'S Candies Always Fresh. Phone 112. Kerner-McNair Co., Prescription Urucgists. NOTICE. Sale of Real Est ate BY VIRTUE OF POWKIt ..! i i:i;n, upon me by an rtl-r iHMiim; ii,n , Superior Conrt of Vam-e t'oiii,tv ,,, ,, cial proo-eding tlierviu einliu- ,.,.ti. .' ) "Sallie A. UuglieH, Hiniiiiilnitt. A. John K. Ilughea, and other." I ,;; ,,,, Monday, January 3rd, 1910, sell at public auction on tl tr-iui-. v .... .. . . of the Henderson Cotton Mill, n. ar II. son, N. C, npon the tcrnix on.- ttiu I balance on arret) it of twelve iniMh he option to purchnwr to pnv nit . ,i subject to confirmation of this i court, the foUowinir retl etnt- One lot. or parrel of Inn.l :i.l;i.:n lands of S. G. Huglirn. J. V. ,!,un. pon Cotton Mills, Dr. ICoIm-i-mmi. Will, and Charles Hunt. 'nit nmn more or less. Said land will U- i t in lots. The above sule will 1m in:i!.- t.i ui:i W l t( i. .n;. ' t ! , ti.f IliT.-n. I M,i sets to pay the debts due .y tlie late (ieorge H. Hughes. This property isloenteil ne.n t limits of the town of ll. ii.!i i.. an opportunity for pood mi l menta is offered. This the 1st. tiny of iWemlMT t.-.i.- ,,; .,. .it.- . .11., I r. MKS. SA 1.1.1 1: A 111 i Administratrix of the eM.it.- . i Uuges, deceased. A.C. Zollitoffer, Attorney. n: NOTICE. Receipt Xo. 189 for ll'lo mt s.,,,t., ( av. ment on six shares rnpit.il uu m ll.irrM t Cotton Mills Co., HeiiderHon. N i i.M,., i,, me by said company on June 'Jt'l. '." . been lost or mislaid. All iwrson me i..i;ti..i not to trade, buy or negotiate f..r itn. This December 1st, 1 !( M.U'.Y ; TWAW. hi it'll. in NOTICE. Receipt Xo. 98 for 1U.1 !ir-i . xm-tf on three shnres capital stoek in II, m,. t r.it. ton Mills Co., Henderson. N t.im by said company on Mured J J. IMr.t ). been lost or mislaid All m-iuhiin an- iiutW-J not to trade, buy or nejjoi iat.. f..r -mue. This December 1 st, 1 JMI'.t II l: M!:l;Y NOTICE. Receipt No. 7H for f.'j.voo, tnt j .i.m.tt on one share rupitnl stork in II .nn.-i I 'ni ton Mills Co., Henderson.!.!'., i u.-l ti n by said company on Mhm Ii 'J'i !'.'" ' I -s-been lost or mislaid. All t-an. .it. i,..i,ii1 not to trade, buy or iieirotmfe fr .. J This Decern ber 1 st , 1 10'. ' NOTICE. Receipt Xo. 32 for flT.l.oo. ! i. nm'Et on five shares eapitul stork m ll.nn.-t tui ton Mills Co., Henderson. . i--u-l t " by said company on Man d J ,',-, ,i!, been lost or miflnid. AH jh ti-.h - . r. r ,..titil not to trade, buv or negotiate f. - un- This December 1st. l!o'.t MARY T iW 1 1 f K Y Administrator's Notice. I HAVE QUALIFIED AS A I'MIMTUA tor of the estate of Mr. I: - - l.' an, deceased, b?fore the rd rk .f t!.- 1"" Court of Vance county, and tlm- i- '''"'J all persons holding claim :iisd' estate to present them to u- r my a"rtj? On or leforetbelHthdnyof Nm. n.' . or this notice -ill lie plea.! in ' r recovery of the same. IVrnotit u,.iel.td the said estate must nmk.-itinii-! -" J1? ment. E. W A I K. Administrator of the et-tiite ..i Mi- W. Brran deceased. This the 16th day of Novei,,! -: I -oH A. C. Zol'icofler. Attarnev. Bargains In Furniture. We have just bound t :i l.ij; I ' '' part of the stck of two i-i u'' closed down at Greatly Reduced Prices, and will pive our customer I'l'-'''1 OF SAME. If yon rant to buy Furnnnr. !. !.' bold goods of any kind, now i '-r Opportunity to Save Money Webave everythinp in our I " ntn and low price poils. and .... yonr interest to come here f..r ' 'Cug the FURNITURE AND HoMi: 1 ' ' IXO !ine. Henderson Furniture ft R. R. SATTERWHITC, Vanag i IMPORT BULBS Are Now Arriving- We have a flue ar-:" Plant early lor the t--t f 'Jil Send lor cew price lirt. Ilememlier we are h 'i '!fl.r' ; for choice Cnt Flower- . Honqueta, Floral I -::- 1 lowers lor all occasj' Mail, Te!effrap-nil ! ' ' ; oDf order promptly fill ' I J.L.O'QUINN&C0- Florists, , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i ! ROANSKE BE1BK f WELD0N. N. c- Manufacturer of a t t KlNl?5 FIRERRICK OSPt! la-Prompt attention ,ivon or"- i i BETSCH- Henderson, N. C. Loc' Zl. B""":: assHssWsswssiKsssssaBWiaHJ! f.