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THE HENDEKSON GOLD JLEAF - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1909.
FARMERS Now is the time that you realize on your year's work. As you sell your Cotton, 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 alguaran tee for our Depositors. VERY LOW PRICES. On I iimhei'. Lime. ShinodV-s n.o Winrlows. Frames. Oalc ' , . ' Mantels, 1 i!cs, Canal - Urates JOHN B. W ATKINS. I' i; LOT f hoen ior and i r. iit! m-n each style running to hr'f Hizfs iuct received. II. THOMASON. N X i i; display of L'andiew plain and faiirv-nt H. THOMASON 'g. :v shoks jtiHt TIloMASON'S. received at II. ALK t -A nice home for sale. Ap S. S. W MITTEN. N LW MtKSS (JOOIKS Another lot of iit-w iMvHri (Jofl juHt received at IL THOMASOX'S. 1 l:i:iTV LINK OF DUKSS GOODS .tixl Notions at II. THOMASOX'S. )l V A ALL Watch, and a bottle ..f Itf-xall Cherry Juice S.vrup at W. V. I' AI'iKLU'S mil keep correct. "'Hi: KLNT ."-room house on An ' drcwH Avenue, opponite J. It.('lackH. i.ikhI jr.irilen mid well ot water. l o ,11 yen t lit first of January. Apply to J.It . CLACK. A I To Mi )!'.! LL FOIl SALE Elmore tmiriii ear. In perfect condition with .ill aeeeHHories. Reasons far selling, I iiiiiI the money. J. S. I'OYTIIKESS. Mr. ( ;. W. Hendricks, of Kaleisrh, .tit-n d the lU'ckham-IIarton mar-ri.-i in Henderson Tuesday night. Whether you "shop early" or shop l ite, it is well to pay as you isn, then there will be no hills coming due fit her e.irly or late. Mr. Howard M. Collins, of Rich. iiioii I, Va., spent a few days the past week iii Henderson visiting his brot ti er, Mr. Lee Collins. Mr. C. II. Ross is happy because of th eotniiijr of a littledauhter to his Inane Monday morning. Mother and chilil hot li doin-j well. When the town clock is put in with illuminated dials, the niht hawks will know when it is time to go home, hut when will that be? The Cioi.p Lkak hung up its stock ing and tro! a biir illustrated trade Hh.j industrial ediitiou in advance of "the nierht before Christinas." Mr. Crank L. Page of Greensboro, spent Monday and Tuesday in Hen uersoii A former resident here and very popular his friends always give him a cordial welcome. Mensr- Y. P. Daniel, I. M. Cireen, I.oii U.igers. II. 15. Shanks, W. W. (ireen and L. J. Peoples went to (ireenshoro Tuesday to attend the iiiet'ting of the State Farmers' Union. on are invited to attend the sale of the "name quilt" at Bonn Vista nihoi.1 next Tuesday night and help the huiies of the Betterment Associa tion hi ut in their laudable undertak- in I'lie merchants who do not want ' hristtu is orders to be sent out of town, should not blame anybody hut themselves if such is the case, when they fail to advertise what they have. The new postoftice building will '"me alon: after awhile. Your Uncle Samuel is a hirye "body" and he moves slow ly in matters of this kind; j"it that he moves at all in this case i cause f,.r satisfaction. 1- A. Kelly & Company have lots "' irood t hint:- in the line of eatables for the Christmas trade. And prices have been reduced on many articles h'viise they find themselves too heavily stocked up. Phone them vour orders. i l. links, mortgagee nd7ertises to sell a certain tract of land in Vance county by public ruction to the inchest ladder at tha court house loor in Henderson, on Monday, Jan '"ry 17t!, 11)10. See notice else where for further particulars. Ik . i raetieal presents that will be of ral service at the Henderson Shoe tore, a big linp of shoes for men. "-men and children, hats, furnish- ' vVc. head their advertisement. an. then iftMn.t 1wl. . ImL vv.j ,l!'d compare their prices. II. re thants pni-r mat all the mer- MlU have all thu tnulothpr oe looking for; that all the buyers "lav have tbo niai no -k .I.-v ..II !.. h '1 V in it t nib v troKt ' ll uu till I lit i , "nut iu anu "ill have a good time and en ry this blessed holiday season in unit are meet and pleasant. Tl "re ji diversity of reading " 11 printed in this issue, of a i.iri.eter to suit all tastes, not the u! winch is President Taft's '; m,.s"ire to Congress in abbr .... , 1 "rm- I'Ut an intelligent and ' 'TeheuMve synopsis withal and rev;"1' .I,r,icl, that P'1-7 th" aiui'."" Vy tl'swho are interested : v,;!ll.-l keep informed on public ,Ul,1Mieal questions. Ior a"r,,n pot its appropriation If 7"n,H,lt building too soon. t i !t" TU1 until Prohibition post.m,. 1 the incrpas, in the miult ," niney order business inured '.UHtn 8uffiC'ent to have amount ,7 f antial increase in the the Pi Vlp "PPropriation. But e n,argi , ,,incp may have to be IT if 1.,,, "'""r IU1B UUN - " kps on growing. Looking One's Best. 't" : ' t0 ,ook h" bt but ir,l'lm-n.nurtl, Ulen'8 Arnic Salve The Huoion sale of jwflrv watch es, diamonds, clock, umbrella, sil verware, dec at A. W. Gholson & Company V drawing crowds of in- trestpa spectators and buverHverv nfr-rnooii and night. The ladies at tend in numlwrs Hnd some of thm are ainmii: the moot npirited bidders. So far the contention of those who sell n that those who buv yet the best end of the bargains off- red. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards of Vance county. hav. returned from a very pleasant visit to their son. Mr. A. L. Edwards", and family in E tge conibe. They had a. pleasant trip and Were d-lihted with the people they met. Mr. Edwards thinks the county of Edgecombe one of the fin est farming communities he has been in, aim say inose who have prone from 'up the country" are doing well. Do not forget theenterlaintnent to be held under the auspieies of the Woman's Betterment Association at Bona Vista school, Bearpoud, next Tuesday night, when the "name quilt" will behold. Toing to the per nor! 'reoivinr the largest number of votes. This quilt was much admired when it was on exhibition in Parham Brothers' show window some time ago, find its possession will be prized by the person fortunate enough to receive it. If one takes note of the stores he cannot fail to be impressed with the spirit of Christmas that prevails everywhere. The beautiful show win dows, of which there are not a few. have put on their holiday attire and are very attractive. Our men-hants are hustlers and have prepared them selves to take care of the business of the people of Henderson and sur rounding country as usual. No need o send awav from home for Christ mas goods or any other kind. One of the prettiest show windows town is Mrs. Missillier's. ''Neat, )ut uotpaudv" sugjresstive and in good taste. But still mon-at tract - ve is the display inside. Lverythiiifr n ladies' wear and many pretty novelties and other t hilars useful as well as ornamental suitable for presents. Special attention is called to a new lot of low neck and lontr sleeve niirht robes for ladies, just re- eived. Also a few more cloaks which will be closed out at a bargain. - The Congo and African Missions. The Rev. L. C. Vass for a number of years a missionary of the South ern Presbyterian church iu theCongo, will deliver nn illustrated lecture in the Presbyterian church Monday. Vceraber 20th, 7:30 P. M. The pub ic is cordially invited. No collec tion. Pension Warrants Ready. Col. Henry Terry asks the Gold Leaf to state that the pension war rants have been received and all ersons entitled to same can get them by applying at his office in the ourt house. The amounts this year are for a little more than heretofore. There are 57 men and 25 women on the pension roll in Vance county. The total amount is a little in excess of two thousand dollars a beggarly pittance to the individual, but that much better than nothing at all. Bids Asked For. Ap will be seen by advertisement in this paper, sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Supervis ing Architect, Treasury Department, ashington 1). C, until 3 o clock P. M.on thelithday of January, 1910. for constructing the United States post office at Henderson. Bids to include plumbing, gas piping, heat ing apparatus, electric conduits and winmr everything complete in ac cordance with drawings and specih cations, copies of which may be oln tained from . II. Jenkins, postmas ter at henderson, or at the office of the Supervising Architect in Wash ington. Assistant Quartermaster General. Cnpt. J. S. Poythress has been commissioned by the Governor As sistant Quartermaster General, with the rank of Major. The commission which liea it the Great Seal of the State of North Carolina, signed by W. W. Kitchin, Governor, and en dorsed by J. F. Armfield, Adjutant General, is effective from December 7th. Major Poythress' commission assigns him to duty on Quarter master General F ram-is A Macon's staff and adds another who will prove himself an efficient memler of that department of the North Caro lina .National Guard we are sure. Major Povthress servpd twenty years iu the State Guard, ami was for a number of years captain of the j vance uuards, uo. c. Already had his commission as retired major. - Itch cured in 30 minuted oy oolford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by W. W. Parker, druggist. npr - -- HONOR ROLL Sixth Orade, Ootral Graded School, for Week Ending Dec. totti. Muriel Craven 100 Aline Hughes 99 Glenn Bobbitt 96 Norwood Thomas 9.1 Ruth Carter. 95 Paul Keller 95 Kathleen Benton.. 95 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is not a common, every-day cough mixture It is a meritorious remedy for all the troublesome and dangeron complications resulting from cold in tbe bead, throat, chest or lung. Sold by all dealer. I Sorely Disappointed. iThe yUTl flks and some of the a n,Jaure sorely disappointed ; and blessincr us out because of the ! absence of the Gold Leaf's rejrular Christmas pajre and usual writeup of matters pertaining to Santa Claus is omitted this year. But in the niultipli.-ity of other thirurs we just couldn't do it. A regular feature of the Gold Leaf for th- past twenty years, it is no wonder that the omis- j sion is noted and a kick registered. ; But while we displease the children we please parents, and there we are. Fathers and mothers cay the Gold i Leaf's annual Christmas n lire of ad vertisements and illustrations was sure to get them into trouble. As soon as the children rot the paper, down they went on the floor flat of their little stomachs and Relied out the cards of the merchants and "read" the pictures naminsr over the things they wanted old Santa Claus to bring them. And they hud to te brought, too. or there was disap pointment, and a row in that house hold. But something else must take the place of the Gold Leaf's Christ mas page this year and the train load of things that Alex Barnes al ways had. "NamTQuuY' to be Sold. You are especially invited by the Woman's Betterment Association to be present at Bona Vista school house near Bearpoud, next Tuesday night. Dee. 21st, .when the "name quilt" will be sold. This quilt which was on exhibition at Parham Broth ers' store during the month of No-vember.-receivinsr many compliments from people who suv it, will be sold by vote. The person receiving the hitrhest number of votes will get the quilt. An interesting program has been arranirnl for the oeeasion and those who have the affair in charge will en deavor to make it pleasant for all who attend. Younjr men and their "best frirls" are especially invited. No charre for admission. Ellsworth-Wilkie. The following announcement will be read with somethingof local inter est. The groom is a son of Mr. G. I). Ellsworth, formerly of Henderson, and has a number of friends among: our people, who will extend congrat ulations and good wishes: Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wilkie announce the marriage of their daughter, Clara Barclay, to DeWitt Talmage Ellsworth, Thursday, December the ninth, Nineteen hundred and nine, Camden, New Jersey. At Home after December the twenty-third, 1248 Girar t St., N. W., Washington, I). C. HONOR ROLL. Middlcburg School, for M-mln Ending Decfmber io'h. Nellie Pasrhall. Florence Spain, Marie Fleming, Edward Hollow-ay. JSturtris Collins, Bessie Lou Collin. Blanche Parrish, Helen Church, Ver non tiennett. Kobert Jones. Huth Parham, Glenn Parrish, Sallie Zelle Rose, Henry Rowland. Mary Spain, Esther Taylor, Carrie Wat kins. Irene Wigirins, Archie Bennett, Henry Par rish, Joe Mabrv, Leroy Meade, Ber tha Parrish. Janie Rowland, Lena Parrish, Tanzie Parham, Zuleen Mc- alister, and Lucy Wiggins. - . Have you a weak thront? If so, you can not be too "arefnl. You cannot begin tieat ment too early. Erh eohl makes yon more liable to another -irxl the last is always the linnler to cure. If you will take Chamber lain's Cough Renieil.v at tlie outset you will be saved much trouble. Sold by nil dealers. WANTED. SEALED PROPOSALS FOR CONSTRUCT ING THE UNITED STATES POST OF FICE AT HENDERSON. TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of the Supervising Architect. Washington, D. C, Dec. 9. 1909. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office until 3 o'clock P. M., on the 17th lay of January, 191 Of and then opened, for the construction (including plumbing, gns piping, heating appiiratus. electric conduits and wiring), of the United States Post Office at HENDERSON. NORTH CAROLINA, in accordance with drawing and specification, copies of which may Im obtained from the Custodian of site at Henderson, N. C, or at this office at the discretion of the.Supervising Architect. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architect. LOOK AT OUR SHOW WINDOW. Then come inside and look at our line of Novelties and Odd Conceits For Holiday Presents. W e have a hi lot to select from useful as well as ornamental. New lot of Low Neck and Long Sleeve Night Robes for ladies. Cheaper than you can buy the material, to say noth ing of making them. A few more LADIES CLOAKS. Will be sold at a bargain to close out. MRS. MISSILLIER. NOTICE. BY AUTHORITY OF A MORTGAGE EX-eout-d to m by Of-org Viighn and Mnrina Vaujrhan, hi wife, on Feliruary Oib, 1905. renewing one made 18 yean befoiv, nee Registry in Book 36. page 46, Vance County, 1 shall wll for cah by public auc tion to the hiuheet bidder, at the Court House door in Henderson, N. C. on Monday, January 17, 1910, the tract of eighteen and one-half acre of land on the Eist Bide of the Charts Road be tween Kittrell and Cnion Chapel Church in Vane rountv, adjoining the lands of tbe beirn of S. R. Hunt, Turner Hawkins, George E. Kittrell and others. Purchaser paying part rah will be giveu time on the residue if desired. Sale made by consent of owner T. T. HICKS, Mortgagee. Henderson, N. C, Dec. 1 1. 1909. "THE LADIES' STORE. I ANDREWS-KARRIS. Mrrjf of Rev. R. M. Andw and MUs Olive Harris Yesltrday After noonAn event i'l Whxh Much In terest had Centred. The marring- of Rev. Hohert Ma con Andrews and Miss Olire IVarl H irris ytrdiy Hftrnm was uu event of tnudi ink-rest owin.r to th-Iroiiiin-nf- and popularity of thf yuiir couple. Th- hour wan hnlf pust'two o'clock Hiid tliH jl;ic the Methodir ProTpst.-iut elmrcii which WiiK tast-fa!lv denrMt"I for th- oc casion with pnlrns, f-rns and n-hr potted plants binkfd about the al tar. It was a Lire and fashionable fathering: of interested spectators and fri-nds that witnss-d the cere mony, both the main auditorium and Sunday-school rooms bing filled. Th-ffoorn-men, w ho also acted as u-her-, wvr- Dr. S. II Watson, Dr. ,1 IJ. Allen, Frank Harris. Harry Wat. kins, K. G S. Davis, Frank Itobards. EnterinfT in the order named, they were followed by the bridesmaids dressed in pink messaline satin gowns with white picture hats and carryinr white carnations tied with tulle. They approached the altar most gracefully in the following or der: Misses Iren- Betts and Julia Rowland; Misses L-llie Horner and Ayn8 Harris; Misses Roselle Harris and Janie Harris. Then came the maid of honor. Mi-s EtlH Harris, sinter of the bride, wearing a large white picture hat and handsome white satin rown trimmed wit h white roses, tubular crystal and pearls. She carried a magnificent bunch of w hite roses. Then came the bride leaning on the arm of her father who jrave hr in marriage. The bride's irown was duch ess satin trimmed in baby Irish lace, utular crystals and pearls. Orange blossoms were arranged most dain tily in her veil. The groom entered from the ladies' parlor accompanied bvlus best man. Mc It. L. Gooch, and met his bride in front of the .altar. Rev. C. L. Whitaker, a warm personal friend of both the bride and groom, performed the ceremony. Mis Mabel Harris, sifter of the bride was organist. The groom is the pastor of the Methodist Protestant church in Hen derson and is very popular. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel Rogers Harris and is one of Henderson's loveliest ami most ac omplished young women who num bers her friends and admirers by the li-t of her acquaintances. Shortly after th marriage Mr. and Mrs. Andrews left on the South bound train for an extended bridal trip. Mr. S. Joyf-e. Cl.-irmounr, . II.. writes: "Atiout 'i yi'Hr iiirn I bouaht two hotils of Foley's Ki'lnry Retnpdy. It onred Trie of kp v ic rust' of kplney troul'le of sevt-i-iil years KtHinHi!r. It cci-t.-iiiily is n trrnml. too) n eil icine. ami I heartily ret-omnieiid it." Sold by all Dinguists. argains In Millinery. All Trimmed hats going at half price. A great reduction on shapes and reamers. Hope you will see our line before buying. An opportunity of your life to get something high class for little money. MRS. O. O. WHITE. NOTICE. Receipt No. 32 for $175.00, first payment on five j-bares rar-itnl stock in Harriet Cot ton Mills Co., Henderson, N. C. issued to me by said company on March 20, 1900, has been lost or mUlaid. All personsnre notified not to trade, buv or negotiate for same. This December 1st. 19n. MARY T. GWATHXEY. Before Purchasing Your Christmas Presents Visit Our Shoe and Furnishing Department, ' Buy something that will be of service to your friends. Xew lin of hats to select from 98c. to $3.50. Fancy and White Vests 98c to 4.00. Phenix Mufflers for 50c. Kid Gloves 1.00 to 1.50. Silk Handkerchiefs for 50 One lot of Hand kerchiefs, regular 10c. values for 50c. a dozen. Extra Fine Linen Handkerchief for 25c. Good line of 10,15 and 25c. Hose for Men, Women aud Children. Our line of SHOES cannot be equaled ia quality, style or price. When vou are looking for shoe just call and if we don't save you money", we'll pay you for the time you lo-e in examining our stock. We want to impress upon you the importance of visiting a real ''Shoe House' where vou can make a selection from not only a few pairs of shoe, but Thousands of Pairs of Shoes in Men's, Women's and Children's from the cheapest to the very best. Don't waste your t i iii" looking around, we guarantee our prices cannot be du plicated anvwhere. Our Enormous Shoe Sales proves bevond question, that we have the shoe trade of this sec tion. Ak v.ur neighbor where he buv 9 his shoes and nearly three f. u ths will say. at The Henderson Shoe Co's. of course. If you want to be in th push fall in with the crowds going to The Henderson Shoe Co's. Store. Next Door to the Post Office. aTTWTVTVTTTTTTVTTTTTTT T7f Having Bought too Much of the Fol lowing We will sell from now until December 24th: Currants 10c. per pound, seedless. Raisins 10c. per pound. Prunes 10c. per pound, fine. Cranberries 10c. per quart, fine. Mallaga Grapes" 15c. per pound, fine. Citron 18c. per pound. Fish Roe, Tomatoes, Corn, always 10c. per can. CHASE & SANBORN'S coffee, fresh always on hand. And in fact everthing in Heavy and Fancy Groceries Phone 364 B. E. A. Kelly & Company. .AiAiAAAAitAiiaiAAAAAAAAAtiiiiAiiAAAilillilitmAAA MARRIAGE TUESDAY NIGHT. Mr. Ry 8rckham and fliss Effle Har too Plight Their Vows at Hymen's Aftar. Contributed. At the, borne of Mr. C. D. Ilarton, on Andrews avenue, Tuesday night, at 8:30 o'clock, Misa Effie Ilarton, dressed in Milk and carry iue white carnations tiel with tulle, lecarue the bride of Mr. Uoy I5eckham. The ceremony was per formed by llev ('. E. Newman, pastor of the Christian cburrb. a ring being used in the ceremony. Tbe parlor wa filled to overflowing by friends of the young people who were present. Deft hands bad decorated the room ia a mnnner ruost beautiful with potted plants and fern. To the strains of Mendelessohn's wedding march, skillfully rendered bj Miss Cassie Finch, tbe couple entered the room accompanied by tbe maid of (honor, Mies Koselle Ilarton. a sis ter of the bride. Standing in front of a simply constructed altar, the words that made them man and wife were 8fiid. The bride is a popular young lady of this city and is well known. The groom is a promising employee of the Doreey Drug Co. . . . Death cf Mrs. S. 0. S pro ill. Mr. S. O. Spruill died at ber home on Rowland pfred about 6:20 o'clock yesterday ( Wednesday ) morning. She had ben wick for some time but hT condition whs not regarded as 8Urh that a fatal termination was so soon to f.dlow, and the annaunce tnerit of her death was entirely unex pected by many of her friends. About ten months ao the little adopted daujrhtfr of Mr. and Mrs. Spruill (a niece of the latter, whom they took after the death of the mother) died, and the grief of both was as great as if the little one had bpen their own child. About the same time Mrs. Spru ill was strit'ken with typhoid fever. Slit w as desperately ill for weeks but had about recovered when she suf fered a stroke of paralysis. From the effects of this she did not recover and death was the end. Mrs. Spruill was a rood woman in every relation of life and her death has carried deepest sorrow to the hearts of her neighbors and friends. The funeral will be held this after noon. The best pill is DeWitt's Little Early Risers the safe, easv, pleasant and sure lit tle liver pills. DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is the original Good for cuts burns or bruises, and especcially for piles. Sold by all Druggists Items From Bear pond. Editor Gold Leaf. Uearpond, N. C, Dec. 10. 1009. We have seen nothing in the Gold Leaf this fall from Bearpjnd. It seems that the correspondent for this section has for gotten us. We hope he has not caught scarlet fver. The school haf been very good this fall considering the many interruptions it has had. Some o have been enrolled. The ladies have finished the "name quilt." which was made for the benefit ,of the school. It contains about 600 names, each of which represents 10 cents given for the improvement of the school. Oo Friday night, December 21stthey will give an entertainment' at which time the quilt will be disposed of. Come and see the quilt, bring 5 cents and vote for your girl. We are expecting a great time. The scholl will close from December 17th to January 3rd for Christmas, the teachers going home for the holidays. On Friday afternoon, December 17th, the school will celebrate North Carolina day, to which the public is invited. The subject will be "The Mountain Sections of North Carolina." OCCASIONAL. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for anv case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure. P. J.CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tion, and financially able to carry out any obligations made bv this firm. WALDING. KlNNAN & MAHVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acling directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold bv nil Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation TTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTT HONOR ROLL PupIU of the Central Oradcd School Whose Names Were Read Out Be fore the Trustee and Visitors Last Thursday. There was an interesting gather ing at the Central Graded School last Thursday when the Honor Roll ior the several grades was publicly read befon the trustees and visitors resent. The usual exercises were ield as per the program printed be ow. Mr. Thomas M. Pittman de ivered the address and it is super fluous to say that the effort was wor thy of the source and befitting the oc casion. Iu establishing this Honor Roll, which was done with a desire to stimulate the pupils to greater ef forts, beginning with the Fourth Grade the requirements are: Deportment. Punctuality. Average 9o per cent. Following was the program, Super intendent Alderman announcing the names on the Honor Roll in the or der as printed below: The program was as follows: 1. rraver. 98th Psalm. Ho! for Carolina. Address by Mr. Thomas M. Pittman "The Builders." Heading Honor Roll. The Singing Birds. Offering to Confederate Monument fund f20.83. "Christmas Carol." Honor rolls for the various grades were: SECOND GRADE. Jennie Davis, Ellie Davis, Lela Doan, Eliiabeth Harris, Zula Hunt, Catharine Miller, Elizabeth Pearson. Libby Quails, Jessie Roth, Catherine Whitten, Alice Hughes. John Alderman, Frank Falk ner, Davis Falkner, Thornton Gholson, Clark Harris, Fred Hayes, James Tyler, Alfred Wester, Robert Gill Young, Wal ter Rowland. MISS BURWELL'S GRADE. Archie Newman, William Newcomb. George Clarke. THIRD GRADE. Mildred Wester, Eleanor Chesson, Em ma Marston, Francis Swain, Carrie Cheatham, Millard Wester. John Willis Hayes, Mildred Ellis, EdnaGarlick. Wil lie Finch, Mary Clegg Goodrich, George Mangum, Conrad Sturges, Kenneth Kel ly, Archie Newman. FOURTH GRADE. Alise Aycock, Alice Cheek, Annabell Tunstall. Josephine Craven, Emily Hen derson, Mary Macon, Effie Murray. Mil dred Rankin, Sadie Stone, Annette Stur ges, Henry Cooper, James Nelson, Lewis Citrenbaum, John T. Thomas. FIFTH GRADE. Sadie White, Tom Skinner Kittrell, Wilbur Perry, Andrew Newcomb, Doro thy Harris, Newell Caudell, Runyon Ty ler, Minnie Mangum. Alice Ellis, Melvin Matthews, Henry Mangum. SIXTH GRADE. Aline Hughes, Francis Harris, Muriel Craven, Paul Keller, Kathleen Benton, Clide Hight. " SEVENTH GRADE. Louise Smaw, Eliza Hnyes, Mabel Pearson, Boyd Kimball, Edna Allgood, Willie Pirie, Charles Baskett, Irvin Wat kins, Elizabeth Southerland, Nellie Rose, Emma Womble. - EIGHTH GRADE. Mabel Roth. Brett, Mabel Clopton, Ruth NINTH GRADE. Smaw. Mary Atwood, Annie Bunn. Kate TENTH GRADE. Lessie Tyler, Lillian Mangum. ELEVENTH G BADE. Christine Thomas, Florence Butler. NICE COLLECTION -OF- Art Squares, Rugs, Porta ires, Table Covers -AND- Curtains. Thomas & Newcomb. 10 DAY FREE TRIAL Yow ca fee a Parker Fountain Pen for say kind of work, ao m. terwhat its apeeial ecqnireswur;. Try one for 10 daya wort with it. tod prove what a coaveairccs it is. and how it saves tunc and lighteas work. PARKER LUCKY CURVE FOUNTAIN PENS rs cleanly. Yo woa't iak your &afcra wbea you restore the cap o writ, because of tbe Lucky Carve s dtsrioctive feature of the Parker. from al.SO ep. according; to or- s Staadard. Sdf-FIUiaf aad Safety. Let us shoi you what comfort 4 awaits you in using a PARKER PEN. At tkis store 10 days triaL V5 V A V3 Melville Dorsey. FRANCIS A. MACON, DENTAL SURGEON. Office In Yonor Block. Oifiee boon: 9 a. m. to I p. m., 3 to 6 p. m. Residence Phone 88: OJBm Phone 23. Estimate furnished when desired. Ho tox axamlaatloB. -How Morvey Grows. V 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 years is 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. HAPPY NEW YEAR WattMsns IBirotlheirs (Co. SAMUEL W ATKINS, Jr.. Manager. 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 have trifled with Indigestion, havo been sorry for it when nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted, and they have not been able to cure it Use Kodol 'and prevent having Dyspepsia. Everyone la subject to indiges tion. Stomach derangement follows stomach abuse. Just aa 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), olarrnoea, neadacnes, 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 !t. Ordinary pepsin "dyspepsia tab lets,' physics, etc., are not likely to be of much benefit to you, in digestive ailments. Pepsin la only SNAPPY, STYLISH CLOTHES t- BARNES CLOTHING STORE. (If! ylw c JpLF Slllc UIU YVIIIMKya P?ftSi Mail Orriprt Prnmntlv Filled xJUl Goods Gumrtnttxxi Under tho National Prr Food Lsw We arc Distillers. Our Whiskeys are a-fl proerljf . We hip direct to font-iner. Better gooU and.quicker kh:pn nta. s prepay all express charges an l ship in plain packns. Faa Jalu5M. Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (8 Years Oldi . . $3.50 Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey 4 Years Old) . 2.75 Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (2 Years Old- . . 2.50 Corn Wbikey .... one-halt gallon $ I 50 Cam Whiskey, 2 Gallons $4.50 Corn Wniskev. 3 Gallons $6 !0 Corn Whiskey, 4 Gallons, Old Velvet Rye WhWkey (4 Mountain Rye (2 Years Old) Kentucky Bell (8 Years Old) ..u Rnnilv (2. War OLd) Rose Valley Rye (4 quarts) Write for complete price Gins, Etc. Uemit money or fill &t the qualitr. C LA - KSVILLE and may you always deal on the square, as you do when you buy of us. Square dealing is a great source of happiness both to dealer and buyer, besides we have the tools which we can make good with--that is good, straight, honest tools that give an added pleasure to your work. Whether you are a regular mechanic or an ama teur, remember we have the right kind when you are seek ing for the best tools. a partial digester and physics ar not digesters at all. Kodol is a perfect digester. If you could Bee Kodol digesting every particle of food, of all kinds. In the glass 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 the Btomjich, while the stomach get well. Just as simple as A, B, C. Our Guarantee Oo to your draffgiitt today and gt dot. Iir bottle. Then aftrr vou hy tiaed th rntlr content of tbe botti If you ca bonectl-r aay, that it baa not dona yon any Rood, return tba bottle to tb drurtrl.t and be will refund your money without ques tion or delay. We will then pay tbe drug- pint ior toe Dottle. im i neaitate, all draggintm know that onr guarantee I. good. This offer applies tothelarre bottle only and to bnt one In s family. Tbe large bot tle contain 2tf time aa much aa tbe fifty cent bottle. Kodol is prepared at the labora tories of E.C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago. Our line of Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats is complete. Every garment tailored in the very highest and most artistic manner. Schloss Clothes Will enable you to look your best at all times. And you will be as tonished to see at what Httc cost if you come here" to buy. Every Variety for Every Possible Shajpe and Figure. aij hl:i . 58-50 Years Old) .... . . ... . - . ...... 4.00 2.7$ 5.00 3.00 4.0 list on all grades of Whiskeys, Brand Uu, exprew order. Send us a trial order. You WHISKEYCUS E