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THE HEN DEKSON GOLD LEAF- THUHSDAY, JANUAliYr 13, 1910.
v The Gold Leaf. THURSDAY. JANUARY 13, 1910. RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS -o- Of Cotton Seed Industry. (Continued from first page.) the important fertilizing principles of the seed, and the more or less vague feeling- that the oil mill in Recuring a material advantage over the farmer when it secures his Reed. FERTILIZING VALUES. A ton of seed contains but half as much fertility as a ton of meal. Ex periments have indicated that 000 pounds of high-grade meal areequiv alent to a ton of Bfed in fertilizing value. The seed cannot be fed with satipfnctiou to some classes of live stock, and certainly not in the same amount or with the degree of safety with which the meal can Ik? utilized. The seed is not nearly as valuable for fertilizer as the meal, which is natur ally more concentrated. Under the circumstances, therefore, the farmer has nothing to gain by retaining the seed on the farm, provided he can make a satisfactory trade with the oil mill. Suppose the farmer has four tons of seed and can secure $30 a ton J for the same. He can exchange a ton of seed for a ton of meal, and in some instances, was offered additional re muneration during the present sea son. Two tons of meal possess the fertilizing, and we think practically, the feeding equivalent of four tons of seed. The farmer could, therefrre, put $G0 in his pocket and still have us much material for the prcper nu trition of his live stock and the fertil ization of his land as if he had re tained the seed at home, and denied commerce and the people of the world the privilege of utilizingand enjoying the 100 erallons of oil and other by products derived from the seed. Ed ucation aloner this line is very much needed and will do much to stimulate the sale of seed to the oil mills Of course, the mill man should realize that he must be fair and just to the farmer in the exchange offered. This has not always been the case and ac counts in part for some of the preju dices existing, and which can be rem edied by thefairdealing on the part of all those interested in preventing the inexcusable waste which results from utilizing seed directly as fertil izer. "WASTE OF YEAR'S CROP. On the basis of this year's crop at least 1,000.000 tons of seed will be withheld from the channels of com merce, reprpspntincr a waste of more than 40.000.000 orRllonsof oil, worth approximately $14,500,000. In 'i Benson when th erop approximates 13,000.000 to 14.000.000 bales, the loss will be from two to three times as exeat. The agricultural colleges are makinc an effort to reach the farmer and correct such mistakes and practices as this through extension teachinsr. It would aeem as though every State Legislature and every Interest in the feout.Ii might npproxi matelv combine in the effort to se cure adquate nupport for these insti iutes in order that they may assist in disseminating information which will correct such an enormous and needless waste. Similarly, attention should be di rected at this time to the frightful waste of cotton seed meal which is going on in this country a fertilizer when it wonld first be fed. It has been pointed out over and over again that cotton seed meal is worth at east $25 to $30 a ton as a foodstuff, and certainly as much more as a fertilizer. Under the bpst manage ment it should be worth $G0 a ton. We have spenthat it is sold probably at $27 a ton, and this represents the potential value we are securing from it now. The waste due to a failure to utilize cotton seed meal as a food stuff is quite as appalling as from the misuse of the seed. In this connection it should be pointed out that cotton seed by-products are finding new uses every day, and that this is likely to continue for some time to come. the Town of Henderson for Six Months, from July 1st, 1903, to Jan nary 1st, 1910, as Shown by Report of A. Cooke, Treasurer, Made to Board of Commissioners. -o for A Wretched Mistake to endure the itching, painful distress of Pil;s. There's no need to. Listen: "I suf fered niurh from Piles." writes Will A. Marsh, of Siler City. X C, "till I got a box of Buck lin's Arnica Salve, find was soon eured." Hums, Boils, 1'lcers. Fever Sores. Eczema, Cuts, Chapped Hands. Chilblains, vanish be fore it. 'Joe at Melville Dorsey'B. A little boy hurriedly entered a drug store nnd asked the clerk for a bottle of liniment and a bottle of china cement. "Why," said the clerk, "that's a funny combination. What do you want with those thinjrs?" "Ma hit dad with a teacup broke it!'' exclaimed the bov. and A Wild Blizzard Raging brings danger, suffuring often death to thousands, who take colds, toughs, and la grippe that terror of Winter and Spring. Its danger signaCs are "stuffed up" nostrils, lower part of nose sore, chills nnd fever, pain in buck of head, and a throat-gripping cough. When (irip attacks, ns you value yonr life, don't dlay getting Pr. King's New Discovery. "One bottle cured me " writes A. L. Dunn, of Tine Valley. Miss., "after being 'laid tip' three weeks with (irip." For sore lungs. Hemorrhages. Coughs, Colds. Whoop ing Cough. Bronchitis. Asthma, it's supreme. .r0e. 1.00. Guaranteed by Melville Possey. The farmer is the producer and if the farms of the State can be made to produce twice what they have been yielding it will mean as much to the State as all the factories that may be built in the next ten vears. Plant Wood's Seeds For Superior Crops 0 Wood's 30th Annual Seed Book is one of the most useful find com plete eeed catalogues issued. It gives practical information about the best and most profitable seeds to plant for The Market Grower The Private Gardener The Farmer Wood's Seeds are grown and selected with special reference Oia arvilaanr) tlimafA tf tYia SrtntVi and every southern planter should have Wood's Seed Book so as to be fully posted as to the best seeds for southern growing. Mailed free on request. Write for it. T. V. WOOD 6 sons, Seedsmen, . Richmond, Va. We are headquarters for Grass and Clover Seds. Bd Po tatos. Seed Oat. Cow Peas, Sola Beans, and all Farm and Garden Seeds. 5 X TOWN OF HENDERSON, N. C, 1 Treacher's Office, ) January lt, 1910. j Report and statement of the receipts and disbursement, by the Treasurer of Headmen the year ending- January 1st, 1010, respectfully submitted a follow.: Disbursements General Town Fund. Aug. Sept. Oct Nov. Dee. To puid: Julv. Citizens Bank, interest 4 months on not Expenses firemen to Asbeville M N Parrish, pay roll June 19th Henderson Light & Tower Company " M N Parish, pay roll June 20th H T Powell, mayor, salary for June It J Southerland. boarding horse and mule for Jane C E Staiubaek, clerk, salary for June T M Pittman. ottorney, salary for June B G Allen, health officer, salary for June ' M J O'Neil, chief fire department, salary fer June U II Faulkner, fireman, salary for June Home Telephone Company, phone rent for June Silns Powell, street commissioner, salary for June if N Parrish, plumbing inspector, salary for June .V M Henderson, chief police, salary for June I) C Crabtree, policeman, salary for June .1 C Champion, policeman, salary for June Hendt rson Light & Power Company, current for June W W Iteavis. account for June AVntkins Hardware Company, account for June A E Smerdon, account for June T M Pittman, attorney's fee A C Zollicoffer, attorney's fee T T Hicks, attorney's fee Henderson Water Co., sprinkler and sewerage for June.... Moses West, feeding prisoners M N Parrish. pay roll July 3rd " Vance Guards, balance appropriated for 1009 M N Parrish, pay roll July 10th " M N Parrish. pay roll July 17th Total paid during July W S Parker, bill for hay Henderson Light &. Power Co., for (municipal building) M N Parrish. pay roll July 24th Henry Perry. Clerk Superior Court, judgment, Ac, case V H L. Adelia and Parmelii; Hatch Aronson Clothing Co.. police uniforms M N Parrish, pay roll July .list H T Powell, mayor, salary for July H .1 Southerland. boarding horse and mule for July C E Stninback. clerk, salary for July T M Pittman attorney, snlary, for July B G Allen, health officer, snlary for July M J O'Neil, chief fire department, salary for July K II Faulkner, fireman, snlary for July Home Telephone Company, phone rent for July Silus Powell, street commissioner, salary for July M N Parrish. plumbing inspector, salary for July N M Henderson, chief police, salary for July - D C Crabtree, policeman, salary for July J C Champion, policeman, salary for July Henderson Light & Power Co.. current for Julv Henderson Water Company, sorinkler and sewerage.. W S Parker, hay and clover Jones-Stone Printing Company, printing account Southern Stump & Stationery "o., dog tax tags J S Poythress, con! and cement Moses West, feeding prisoners IMwards-Broughton Printing Company, tax book Alex Clark, blacksmith account Wntkins Hardware Company, piping A Cooke, treasurer's book Gold Leaf, publishing treasurer's report and adv. town prop.. Thomas Brothers, drugs It J Southerland, crushed stone and dust Henderson Water Co.. moving hydrant Gholson Ave M N Parrish, pay roll August 7th M .1 O'Neil. expenses fire company, New Bern M N Parrish. pay roll August 14th M N Parrish, pav roll August 21st P E Rowland, tuking tax list for 1909 Totul paid during August. M N Parrish. pay roll August, 28th II T Powell, mayor, salary for August H .1 Southerland. bonnling hnne and mule for August C E Stninback, clerk, salary for August T M Pittmnn, attorney, salary for August I)r B G Allen, health officer, salary for August It H Faulkner, fireman, salary for August Home Telej hone Company, phone reut for August Silus Powell, street commissioner, salary for August. M N Parrish, plumbing inspector, salary for August N M Henderson, chiet police, salary for August D C Crabtree, policeman, salary for August J C Champion, policeman, salary for August Henderson Light & Power Company, current for August Henderson Water Company, sprinkler and sewerage W D Langston. police duty J C Champion, beans, cuffs Henderson Light & Power Company, (municipal building). K W Edwards, recording papers Moses West, feeding prisoners M N Parrish, pay roll Septemlier 4th M N Parrish, pay roll September 11th M N Parrish, pay roll September 18th Total paid during September. M J O'Neil. chief fire department, salary for August M N Parrish, pay roll September 2oth II T Poweil. mayor, salary for September K J Southerland, board horse and mule September C E Staiubaek. clerk, salary for September l)r B (J Allen, health officer, salary for September M .1 O'Neil, chief fire department, salary for September B II Falkner, fireman, salary for September Home Telephone Co. phone rent for September Silus Powell, street commissoner, salary for September M N Parrish, plumbing inspector, salary for September N M Henderson, chief police, salary for September D C Crnbtree, policeman, salary for September J C Champion, policeman, salary for September Henderson Light & Power Co. current for September Henderson Water Co, sprinkler and sewerage for September. B It. Brame, police duty Alex Clark, blacksmith account Howard Jones, bridge lumber ; Dt B O Allen, medicine and visits .1 C Kittrell. taxes refuuded Henderson Light & Power Co (municipal building) G W Hawks, police duty Watkins Brothers Company, piping J II Edwards, Jr. groceries M N Parrish. pay roll October 2nd M N Parrinh. pay roll October 9th M N Parrish. pay roll October 16th Total paid during October T M Pittman, attorney, salary for September W S Parker, hay W W Itowland, hogshead for guard M N Parrish, pay roll October 22nd M N Parrish, pay roll Octaber 30th II T Powell, mayor, salary for October It .1 Southerland, board horse and mule October C E Staiubaek, cleik. salary for October T M Pittman. attorney, salary for Octobr-r Pr B G Allen, health officer, salary for October M J O'Neil, chief fire department, salary for October .... H II Falkner, fireman, salary for October Home Telephone Co. phone rent for October Silns Powell, street commisssoner, salary for October.. M N Parrish. plumbing inspector, salary for October.... N M Henderson, chief police, salary for O"tober 4 C Champion, policeman, salary for Octoler P C Crabtree, policeman, salary for October Henderson Light and Power Co, current for Octolwr.... Henders'in Water Co. sprinkler and sewerage Henderson Water Co, (hydrant rental November 1-9)., II Thompson, bill oats and corn...,,, 5 I) Bruramitt. bill of hay... , Hughes Smaw Co. bill of chairs Henderson Light Sc Power Co (municipal building) Samuel Watkins, desk Itowland Jfc Langston. feeding prisioners Will kins Brothers Co, piping and cement B It Brame, police duty Moses West, feedirg prisoners .., I W Hardee Furniture Co. bill of chairs Pr B G llen. death certificates and services W H Wester, firemen's toll taxes and supplies Howard Bruce, poll taxes refunded W E Man gun., police duty M N Parrish. pay roll November 6th M N Punish, pay roll Novemler 13th 1 40 00 50 00 37 75 8 45 48 50 25 00 30 00 16 67 8 34 10 00 10 00 40 00 2 50 15 00 60 00 45 00 40 00 40 00 269 98 11 90 11 00 210 100 00 100 00 100 00 20 20 2 60 4180 100 00 38 45 42 50 f 1867 74 5 70 6 15 8 60 41 15 64 75 98 00 42 10 25 00 30 0O 16 67 8 34 10 00 10 00 40 00 2 50 15 00 60 00 45 00 40 00 40 00 268 77 23 19 12 20 14 00 3 8" 30 25 2 00 6 50 7 00 21 50 9 00 83 52 16 50 288 16 15 20 24 00 136 00 60 90 42 60 62 40 $ 1 714 50 S 51 50 25 00 80 00 16 67 8 34 10 00 40 00 2 50 15 00 60 00 45 00 40 00 40 00 269 75 26 88 3 00 4 00 6 00 2 75 8 60 39 10 37 95 45 00 821 52 10 00 36 85 25 00 80 Oo 16 67 10 00 10 00 40 00 2 50 15 00 60 00 45 00 40 00 40 00 270 75 24 27 5 00 5 70 14 44 5 25 11 05 2 20 1 00 22 90 4 83 45 50 30 60 32 05 , $ 83G56 lug. Sep. O.-t. ti H Nor. Dec. 6 26 23 23 28 3 25 15 19 23 25 1 4 8 10 20 23 30 6 10 22 22 30 R J Southerland, rent pent house land. W H Weitr, tax collector.. SAL Railway Co for macadamizing street. Owen Davis, sale mayor's office and lot. .... Chief police, feeding road convicts W H Wester, tax collector old fire shed sold.... W H Wester, tax collector ti tt it dog tax .- W H Wester, tax collector.. ti it tt tt M J O'Neil, returned by fire company.. W If Wester, tax collector Total Less balance due Citizens Bank Jnly 1st, 1909 Less disbursements as per vouchers to January 1st, 1910... 20 00 500 00 - 200 00 32141 1 600 00 4 00 650 00 13 50 500 00 400 00 300 00 102 00 500 00 500 00 500 00 500 00 700 00 500 00 817 50 500 00 1 595 00 27 20 750 00 $13 500 61 954 53 1 075 04 11 029 57 STATEMENT Durham Mutual Protetive Association, DURHAM, N. C. Condition December 31st, 1908, as Shown by Statement Filed. Amount of capital paid np iu cash None-Mutual Amount ledger assets December 31st of previous year f 171.83 Income from members. $4,827.- 49; miscellaneous, $250.00, Total 5,077.73 Disbursements to members, $1,771.10; miscellaneous, $3,373.85; Total 5.144.95 Assets. Cash in home office $ 36.42 Cash deposited in banks 68.21 Balance $ 2 47104 Total admitted assets $ Liabilities. Total Liabilities, $ 104.63 5.00 D. & N. Railway Fund. 1909. July 1 Balance on hand July 1st, 1909 Dec. 3 Received from W H Wester, tax collector. 22 30 4 it il it it 621 66 500 00 455 00 100 00 July 1 To 40 interest coupons due on July 1st, 1909 Dec. 31 Balance cash on hand D. & N. Railway Sinking Fund. 1909. July 1st, By balance on hand Dec. 20th, " interest of A L Capehat Dec. 23rd, ' interest and note of John K Hawkins. By 6 notes secured by real estate December 31st, Amount sinking fund Sewerage Fund. 1909. July 1st, Balance on hand July 1st, 1909 October 7th, Received from W H Wester, tax collector Decemher6th, Received from W H Wester, tax collector December 22nd, Received from W H Wester, tax collector.. December 30th, Received from W H Wester, tax collector- October 1st, To 40 interest coupons due October 1st, 1909 December 31st, Balance on hand Sewerage Sinking Fund. 1909. December 20th, Received from A L Capehart, interest on note By 3 notes secured by real estate $ 1676 66 600 00 $ 1 076 66 .$ 82 49 50 1 120 00 $ 1170 32 5 425 00 $ 6 595 32 $ 701 47 300 00 682 50 450 00 150 00 I 2 282 97 1 000 00 $ 1283 97 Balance on hand to protect contracts in edition to tbe right of assessment $ 99.63 Business in North Carolina in 1008. Policies or certificates in force December 31st of theprevious year Number 1.168;Amount $ 49,714.00 Policies or certificates issued during the year Number 2,417; Amount 106,800.00 Better Not Get Dyspepsia If you can help it Kodol prevent Dyspepsia, by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigettfoa. But don't trifle with Indigestion. Total Number 3,585; Amt$ 136,514.00 Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year Number 2,168: Amount 91,022.00 65,492.00 none 1,770.10 1,763.10 5.00 4,827.75 $ 70 50 1 875 00 Amount Sinking Fund $ 1945 50 Municipal Building. 1909. July 1st. By balance on hand., July 12th, By 2000 brick sold.. Oct. 19th, By brick sold Total $ July 1st, To paid J J Betsch. on brick work $ July 1st, To paid Roanoke Brick Company, bill brick July 6th, To paid A E Smerdon, bill anchors, etc July 10th, To paid Robert Bunn, pay roll 10th July 10th, To paid J J Betsch on brick work July 17th, To paid Robert Bunn. pav roll 17th July 17th, To paid J J Betsch, on brick work July 24th, To paid Robert Bunn, pay roll 25th July 27th, To paid .1 S Poythress, bill of lime July 31st, To paid J H Royster, work on tower roof Aug. 3rd, To paid J H Royster, railroad fare to Durham Aug. 5th. To paid Robert Bunn, pav roll July 30th Sept. 4th, To piad R R Pinkston, bill of lumber Sept. 9th, To paid J B Watkins, bill of lumber Oct. 2nd. To paid Henderson Light and Power Company, bill Nov. 5th, To paid J H Bowling, board workmen No. 20th. To paid R ibert Bunn, pay roll 20th Nov. 27th, To paid Robert Bunn, pay roll 27th. Dec. 4th, To paid Robert Bunn, pay roll 4th Dec. 11th, To paid Robert Bnnn, pay roll 11th 560 06 17 50 2 50 580 06 60 00 96 00 8 80 37 00 20 00 21 00 50 00 19 25 10 00 5 00 2 1 9 67 15 72 25 27 16 45 26 75 21 00 21 30 18 55 5 65 Total noliciesorcertificates in force Dei ember 31st, 1908 -Number 1,412; Amount $ Losses and claims unpaid De cember tJlst of previous year Number, none; Amount Losses and claims incurred duringthe year-Number 750; Amount Losses and claims paid during the year dumber 7o0; Ami. Losses and claims uupaid De cember 31st, 11)08 Premiums and asessments col lected during the year President, A. M. MOIZE. Secretary, S. II. DENNING. Home Office, Durham, N C. Attornev for service, Officers of Company, Durham, N. C. Business Manager for North Carolina, Home Office. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Insi-kance Department Raleigh, April 8th, 1909. I I, James, R Young. Insurance Commis sioner, do hereby certify that the above is a true and correct abstract of the statement of the Durham Mutual Protective Associa tion, of Durham, N. C, filed with this De partment, showing the condition of said Company on the Slstday of December, 1908. W itness my hand and official seal the day and date above written. JAMES R. YOUNG. Insurance Commissioner. A great many peopio vho have trifled with Indigestion, have been 6orry for It when nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted, and they have not been able to cure it Use Kodol and prevent having 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 viniispatlne fluid, bloated sensation. gnawing pain in the pit of the Btomach, 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 much benefit to you, in digestive ailments. Pepsin is only a partial digester and physics art uui mgcDiero at au. Kodol is a oerfect a you could see Kodol digesting everr ai uv-ic v ivaiu, ji an Junas, 13 tn8 glass test-tubes In our laboratories, you would know this Just as wen as we do. Nature and Kodol will alwati cure a sick stomach but in order to be cured, the stomach niust rest That Is what Kodol does rests th stomach, while the stomach reu welL Just as simpl as A, B, c. Our Guarantee Oo to Tonrjflrngtt today and get a a0W lar bottle. Then after you har9 uj u. entire contents of the bottis if yim honestly aay, that It has not done you It. pood, return the bottle to the drurgltt ll he will refund your money without au! tion or delay. We will then pay the 2I dmg-trlsu know that onr jruarantee u Thla offer applies tothelarpe bottle on and to bnt one in a family. The lrk-e . tie contains tunes as much as the f.u. cent bottle. ' Kodol Is prepared at the labor, tories of E. C. DeWItt & Co., Chicago, For sale by all dealers. NOTICE. I HAVE QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTRA- trix of the estate of the late William T. Cheatham, now deceased, before the Clerk of I the hupenor Court of Vance County, : and this is to notify all persons hold- . ing claims against the said estate to present the same to me for payment on or before the 29th day of December, lUlO, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of the re covery thereof Persons indebted to the said estate must make immediate payment. This the 29th dav of December. 1909. MAGGIE T. CHEATHAM, Adminstratrix Estate of William T. Cheat ham. A. C. Zollicoffer, Attorney. f Total By balance on hand Due Citizens Bank one note.. Due Citizens Bank one note., I 489 51 90 55 2000 90 1000 00 The foregoing is a true and correct statement. S 3000 00 A. COOKE, Treasurer. 8 34 11 20 1 50 42 25 32 63 25 00 30 00 10 67 6 34 10 00 10 00 40 00 2 50 15 00 60 00 45 00 40 00 40 00 26 68 26 93 445 00 16 35 4 50 13 20 ' 9 00 11 00 2 40 22 36 10 00 3 60 8 40 4 00 126 40 2 75 3 00 33 75 39 45 Total paid during November S 2 485 18 Citizens Bank, note and interesi : M X l'arrish. pay roll. Novembsr 6rh , , M N Parriih. pay roll Xovemlier 27th . H T Powell, mayor, salary for Xovember U.I Southerland. board horse and mule Xovember ' K Mninbaek. elerk, walnrv for Xovember T M Pitimnu, attoruev, salary for Xovember....; Pr B G AbVn, health officer, snlary for Xovember , K II Falkner, fireman, salary for Xovember Home Telephone Co. phone rent for Xovember Silus Powell, street commissioner, salary for Xovember M X Parrish. plumbing inspector, salary for Xovember X M Henderson, chief police, salary for Xovember J C Champion, policeman, salary for X; member 1) C Cpabtnv, policeman, salary for Xovember Henderson 1-iirht & Power Company, current for Xovemlier Henderson Water Company, sprinkler and sewerage tiol.l Leaf, publishing notice to tax payers 11 Tbomasou, bill oats and cojn H Thomasnn. bill groceries W S Parker, horse feed Watkins Brothers Company, piping Dr B G Allen, professional services and death certificates... T M Pittman, papers condemnation proceedings James Horton, damage assessed for street .1 Moses Smith, filling old well M N Parrish. pay roll December 4th M X Parrish, pay roll December 11th M X Parrish, pay roll December 18th M X Parrish, pay roll December 25th 2 015 00 23 30 24 40 25 00 30 00 16 67 8 34 10 00 40 00 2 50 15 00 60 00 45 00 40 05 40 00 262 33 24 21 2 50 . 25 3 54 1200 loop 4 35 5 00 15 00 3 OO 20 00 29 25 19 00 1900 WARREN TOPPAIM, Lynn, Mass. Cured of severe compound cold and cough by From Dec 20, '08, to March I, '09, I had three bad colds, one on top of the other. 1 got so weak I could hardly get around. Nothing seemed to help me until I began to take Vinol. The change was magic Three bottles com pletely fixed that compound cold and stopped the terrible cough and what surprises me most, at the same time it cured me of a severe stomach trouble that has bothered me for 20 years. Vinol is certainly a wonderful medicine." Mr.Toppan is one of Lynn's most prominent and highly respected merchants, whose word is as good as his bond. The reason Vinol is so successful in such cases is because it contains the two most world-famed tonics the medicinal, strength ening, body-building elements of Cod Liver Oil and Tonic Iron. Your Money Back If You Are Not Satisfied A. G. Daniel Wholesale and Retail Dealer la . . Shingles, Laths, Lum ber, Brick, Sash, Doors and Blinds. Full stock at Lowest Prices. Opposite South ern Grocery Company. Henderson, N. C. The ear just passed has been a might pros perous one for us and to the many friends and patrons who have aided in making our success possible, we are truly grateful. We are ambitious and we want to make 1910 the biggest and best year in our store's history. We realize that only by serving your interests better than the rest, can we hope to accomplish our object so for 1910 we promise even better and more efficient store service, bigger and if possible better goods and the same reasonable prices. We aim to give you perfect store ser vice. We trust by this means to be favored with your continued patronage. For 1910 we wish you the happiest, most pros perous year you have ever known. The "Buck's" Store where you can set Anything in Hardware W.W. Parker, Druggist, Henderson HAPPY MEW YEAE&. The Latest Price List f wMirsiwriri!rs wirves V V II 21 II W 11 II LL iJ-r W O rv)n r EXPRESS PREPAID TO YOUR CITY. We ecre the only whiskey house that manufac tures our own corn whiskey. ALL OUR GOODS ARE SOLD BY THIS LIST AND NO OTHER LIST -fAnheuser-Busch Beer, per 4 Dozen Bottles, Delivered, $5.00-. fetflf crate and empty bottles are put in Express office and shipped to the Anheuspr-Busrli JJp wiinr To . Richmond, Va., and receipt sent back to us, we will return you fl.00. opybicht V 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 can make good with --that is good, straight, honest tools that give an added pleasure to your work. Whether you are regular mechanic or an ama- teur, remember we nave tne right kind when you are seek ing for the best tools. Watkisis Qfroltlneirs Co. Total paid luring Dei-ember Total disbursements 6 months to January 1st, 1910.... . Receipts General Town Fund. I 2 831 54 1909 IijI.t 1 To received from Citiiens Bank, per uote S 10 075 04 I 300Q0Q V C C c c i. f. 3 1 a 2 3 Henderson Loan & Real Estate Co. 4 J A FEE&E is difficult to control when once it gains head way. When you realize that the house is gone it will be a great satisfaction to know that your money is still safe. That's what it will mean to you to be well IBJSUJIEEJD) with a good reliable Fire Insurance company, the kind we represent. Come in and let us talk the matter over. Old It. W. Jones com Whiskey 4 qt 10 years old $4.00 Old It. W. Jones corn Whinkey 8 years old 3.50 Old It. W. Jones corn Whiskey 4 years old 3.00 Old It. W. Jones corn whiskey 2 years old 2.50 Corn Whiskey by the half gallon $1.50 Corn Whiskey 4 gallons 2 years old 8.50 Corn Whiskey 2 gallons 2 years old 4.50 Corn whiskey 3 gallons 2 year old .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 Be'ile Rye 8 veers old 5.00 Echo Spring Rye 8 years old 5.0U Silver Brook Rye years old 4.00 Mountain Spring Rye xzx 4 years old....3.5u Log Cabin Rye 3 years old 2.75 Mountain Spring Rye xx 2.75 Excelsior Rye 2 years old 2.75 Golden Crown Rye 3 years old 3.00 Professor Jones Rye 2.50 Apple Brandy Home Made 8yearold....4.50 Baltimore Apple Brandy 3 yean old 3.00 Ginger Brandy 2.50 Peach Brandy 10 years old ..-.OO Peach and Honey .2 50 N. B. 1 gallon corn whfttkey and jng F. O. B. here 1.G5 Barrelled Goods. Cherry Wine 3.00 Old ( herrv 8 years old 4.00 Port- Wine 2 50 Scuppernong Wine 2.50 Claret Wine. '2.25 Blaekberrv Wine 2.25 Holland Gin 3.00 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 4qts f00. Three Feathers Rye 4 qts ...8.00 Canadian Clnb 4 qts $.0 Old Prentice 4 qts 6.00 Mums Rye 4 qts 6.00 Full Dress 4 qts 6.00 Four Aces 4 qts 6.00 Echo Spring 4 qts.... 6.00 Mark Rogers 4 qts 6.00 Jefferson Clnb 4 qts 6.00 Gordon Rve 4 qts 6.00 Fltz Hugh Lee 4 qts 5.00 Blue Blood 4 qts 5.00 Montreal Malt whiskey 4 qts.... 5.00 Billy Baxter 4 qts 4.00 Anoerson Club 4 qts 4.00 Old BobBnrton 4 qta 4 50 Old Flutcher 4 qta 6.00 Jamestown Irish whiskey 1 j t h ... Dewer's Scotch 4 fts Royal Arch 4 qts Rooney's Malt 4 qts Duffy's Malt 4 qts Duffy's Malt by the case American Malt 4 qts Casey Malt. Hose Valley Rye 4 qt Glenn Lilly Rye 4 qts Old Velvet 4 qts G. P. R. 4 qts Silns Dean 4 qts Old Henry 4 qts Bottled Wine. Virginia Dare 4 qts St. Estephe 4 qts St. Julean 4 qts Virginia Claret 4 qts Imperial Sherry years old. 1 Domestic4 qts Alcohol best grnde 1 qt Minnehaha 4 qts. Pocahontas 4 qts Imperial Blackberry 4 qt- Sctjppernong 4 qts Port 4 qts Blackberry Brandy 4 qts bxtra Dry Mumm b 4 qts.. N R.I crnllnn rftrn w jug F. O. B. here ".J ...4 a ....5 4 "4 ...4 ..4 -.4 ...4 ....4 J'i "J ..' ' I 3 Take our advice and buy HOME MADE COPPER-DISTILLED Corn Whiskey made j us in the old fashion way. We are one of the few that make our own Corn Whiskey, so,. can get it direct from the stilL All orders must be accompanied by Cashiers Check, Post Office Money Order, or txp Money Order. No individual checks taken unless party is known to us. No stamps takeo whiskey. No goods sent C. O. D - REFERENCES: First State Bank and Planters Bank of Clarksville, Va., First National Bank of Oxf'M- P. S. All Whiskies Delivered Express Prepaid in plain boxes if desired. SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Clarksville Whiskey Movise, Clarksville, Virginia. 'N. B. 1 gallon Obrn Whiskey 100 proof and jug F. 0. B. here f 2.15. rs