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THE HENDERSON GOLD EE AF THURSDAY, JANUA11Y 27, 1910.
Pending investment of idle funds we call at tention to our r ertificates of Deposits which are payable on demand; transferable by endorsement; negotiable at any Bank, and earn ing interest at varying rates; depending on length of time money remains on deposit. Correspondence or personal interview in vited. Citizens Bank of Henderson, HENDERSON, N. C. MRY low prices. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles Windows, Frames, Oak Is, Tiles, Cahill Grates. JOHN B. W ATKINS. t . ' : ' .!,:i-r II aii'i l i tl SALK The Henry l'irie iiic pla'-e Mtuated one mile from . i.t iinirifr r" acres, or an addi 7". acn-H ;nljiininf if purchaser i . rut" will he made to suit pur- 1 1 r I v t A. S. POYTHRKSS, Henderson. N. ('. "l ; 1 )K SA LK The John Coop l i.i -k. A piod general purpone V. ill work any where, single or ,r plow. Sound in wind and : . l-trint driving horse, strong -niti'd to road or carriage. Only r filing in that I have no une I). C. LOUiHLIN. 1 wH.INi: KXCilXK FOH SALE I I fur sali a 2 horse power ' iitriiic. Good as new. Will he ! ,j ri,.-.-ip for earth. Appy to I), li. PARK Kit, Henderson, N. C ii; i:i;.T New eix-roora dwelling ii' .u-- on Chavasse avenue, (iood u. ;' ; w.-iter on premises. Apply to V. K. HltADY. SAIJI I offer for sale my new i -iilcncc iii course of construction, hi. 1 in -i nut and Orange streets. W. W. PARK Kit. 1)1 l:r. i'.KKl) POULTRY Some v?ry 1 mi.' White Leghorn roosters and . ! i Kliodi- Island Reds and Rarred I'l -lit !i Korku for sale. It. M. CROWDKR. y VI i:i, TO KXCIIANUK Travel- man owning residence in i ,i . i .! o. N. ('., is desirous of exchang li :'..r nil of equal value in Henderson. : !, pox ;in, (ireenshoro, X. C. X 1 I : I TAI'.LK P.OARDKRS. Kites reasonable. Only two i, - in mi business part of town. MRS. IDA R. P. ASS. Mi l: iii; PLANTS All the best va V i ii ti.'s of early cabbage plants for v.-.v i.inwii out doors, (in South Caro lii. i ;i' i limated and ready to start off !.. -i nu ing. A. J. CIIKKK, Henderson, X. ('. Mr-. I ( ToejiU'iiian who has been vi-iiuig frii-iiils in Capo Ciiarles and Noil Ik, V;)., returned liomeTuesday. Mrs. Annie K. (irissom gives notice of having inali(ied as administratrix of George It. (Irissom, deceased. An drew .1. Harris, attorney. Mrs. Ida It. Bass wishes a few table board'-rs. Convenient to business pari of town only two blocks. Terms reasonable. See advertise ment in Want Column. Now is a good time to invest in ii u lerson real estate. There can 1h no ipjestion that such property is i i;!: lin ing in value if it is anything like desirably situated. Your ability to undersell your.com petitor is very fortunate for. you if vou an also a better advertiser, says iin advertising expert. And the greatest of these is being the better advert iser. I what you can at all times to promote the growth and prosperity of Henderson. Encourage new enter prises and support those we have al tvadv. If you cannot help do not lii:i !er the progress of others. Pay what you owe and then the jersoii you owe may be enabled to pay what he owes. Keeping money i;) ' iretilation makes for good busi ngs and the dollar you part with in meeting your obligations, may in turn get around to you again. The auction sale of lots Tuesday by the Penney Brothers was quite s'i ressful. The property 6old very well, some of the lots bringing higher ! :i -i s than was thought they would. I' ;' the purchasers seemed satisfisd i: ! regarded the transaction as a ii g -tin for them. iVrtilizers for all crops, manufac t i:v.l by the Virginia-Carolina Chem i ! ' 'onipanv. The highest success v i s attends their use whether for ; i eo. cotton, corn, wheat, truck ! n ': ig, grasses, etc. See advertise- ''' mi this pnperand writeforlOlO I ' i-'is' Year Book, which will be - ' ' free of cost. ' withstanding the unfavorable i'i-f conditions considerable -hng is going on in town. In anv direction von mav fro ues are being erected and old - i sin uieled and improved. One : not get about around town 'loii-h can have no idea of the ;: - being done. 1 i not forgot the Farmers' and 1 i ::'s Institutes to be held at M Mh-burg and Bear Pond next v d:...,d.-iy and Thursday, Feb. 2nd '; d. There ought to be a large ' ' ei. da ace of the fanners, their wives ' .'i.s at both these meetings. Au ' I ; 1 rniaity will be offered to learn : -i of r,.,il interest concerning: life Death of Estimable Young Citizen of the County. Mr. George It. Grissom died at his home near Kittrell on the 12th inst., aged about 43 years. lie is survived by a wife and two children. Mr. Grissom was a son of the late Eppy Grissora, and like his father was a man of rugged hot-esty and sterling worth. He was a good citizen and a successful farmer and in his death the community in which he lived sus tains a serious loss. - - - . . Town Clock Bsing Installed. The town clock is being installed this week, and since the faces have been placed in position it is more ap parent than ever that a mistake was made in having it so low. Either the tower ought to have been ten feet higher or the clock should have been put above the bell according to Ar chitect Linthicum's original plan. The bell will serve the double purpose of gong for the clock and fire alarm, and the clock is made to strike above instead of below. The manufactur ers caused the plans to be altered, putting the clock where it is. It is unfortunate that anything in which ro much money has been put should be the object of unfavorable criticism. Thrown From Buggy and Hurt. Mr. C. B. Beckham, the popular and accommodating rural mail carrier on route number one, was the victim of a serious and painful accident Sun day morning, as a result of which he has been confined to his bed and suf fered much since. He was driving" a pair of horses to his buggy when they became frightened and ran away. The vehicle was overturned in a ditch near the Southern depot and Mr. Beckham was thrown out. Two of his ribs were broken, his face was scratched and bruised and he was badly hurt otherwise. At this writ ing he is getting on very well and his physician hopes he will eoon be out again. The King's Daughters, Contributed. On January 12th, 15)10, the first an niversary of the opening ot The Stone wall Jackson 1 raining School at Con cord, and also of The King's Daughters' Cottage, the only one ready for occu pancy a year ago, the North Carolina Isranch of the Order represented by Mibs j Kasdale Shaw of Rockingham, Mrs. D. Y. Cooper of Henderson, and Mrs. Wtn. H.S.Burgwyn of Weldon. They heartily wish that each member of our Branch could have been there, and have 6een the grand work being done by the School. 1 he boys in uniform of denim presented a fine appearance at military drill, and on the march. Without care or training ! previous to their going to this school they give evidence now of great pains bestowed upon them by those in author ity, and we trust that they will make good citizens hereafter. Our anniversary was celebrated by the presentation of a check of $500.00 to wards the payment of our Cottage, making $2,000.00 of which we have paid, and leaving $3,000.00 more due. We earnestly beg that each member of our Branch will make a generous contri bution towards the full payment of our debt of honor and love. MRS. Y.f. II . S. BURGWYX, MRS. I). Y. COOPKR, MISS EASDALE SHAW. BUY A REXALL Watch, and a bottle of Rexall Cherry Juice Syrup at W. W. PARKER'S and keep correct. HONOR ROLL Sixth Grade, Central Graded School, for Week Ending Jan. aist. Norwood Thomas 96 Clyde Hight .-- 9G Benton Royster 9G Hattie Roth 9G Rowena Evans 95 Glenn Bobbitt 95 Elizabeth Uorsey 95 Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, aud that is by con etitutional remedied. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. W hen this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling: sound or im perfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, denfness is the result, and unless the inflam mation can be taken out and this tube re stored to its normal condition, hearine will be destroyed forever: nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will Rive One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) thnt cannot be cured by llall'sCatarrliCure. Send for circulars free. F. J. CHF.XEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by all Druggists, 73c. Take Hall's Familv Fills for constipation. Notice of Administration. ii i-ess on the farm, beside riding a pleasant day among your : and neighbors. U ! Af: A Traveling Salesman. 1 F IWrs, 017 7th Ave., Feoria, 111., lls: "I have been troubled, so severely ...,. i coma scarcely carrv my grips. T UsillK OUC bottle of Polov'a k'i.lnoir Pilla ave been entirely relieved. "and cheerfully 'mmend them to all." FoleVs Kidney s are healing and antiseptic and will re : health and strength. Sold bv all Drag- Furniture and Furniture Repairing. Mr. W. II. Kibler of Norfolk, Ya., representing the firm of Shapiro & Smith, dealers in antique furniture : and hand built furniture, is in Hen I derson this week and will be pleased I to call on any of our citizens in the i interest of his work and show photo graphs and samples. His callingeveu at your request does not obligate you to buy. Mr. Kibler is prepared to repair fine mahogany furniture and restore many useless articles of the kind to service again. See advertisement elsewhere and if interested phone 300 B, and have Mr. Kibler call on you. Quick Freight Service From Chicago. J. T. Elmore, Jr., agent of the Sea board Air Line Railway at Hender son, addresses a personal letter to the editor of the Gold Leaf which reads as follows: "The Seaboard Air Line ban arranged with the B. & O. and R., F. & K Rail ways to operate a car for package freight from Chicago to Richmond, this car to be loaded daily by the B. & O. Railway in Chichago, and should reach our Rich mond station at 10:30 A. M., the third day. This will give approximately four days service from Chicago to Henderson. "We now have in operation a package car loaded at Richmond and Portsmouth each day. which reaches Henderson dur ing the night and is ready for delivery between seven and eight o'clock the next morning. Freight from New York, Balti more, Boston and Philadelphia, which is handled to Portsmouth by the differ ent boat lines, is promptly transferred to this package car, which givea an ex cellent service from theee points. "We also operate a daily package car from Lynchburg for Henderson, into which is loaded all the freight from the West. This car ii handled via Norfolk & Western to Durham, and with the Chi cago car we should be able to give Hen derson an excellent freight service." MUSTIAN-HESTER. Marriage of fir. John flustian and Miss Maggie Hester Solemnized at Flat Rock church, Thursday Even ing, January 20th. Contributed. A large crowd was attracted to Flat Rock church Thursday evening, January 20th, to witness that lovely wedding ceremony solemnized at 7:30 o'clock when Miss Maggie Moss, daughter of Mr. T. T. Hester, became the bride of Mr. John Mustian, all of Yance county. The church was beautifully and artistically decorated for the occasion with winter greens and ferns, green and white being the color scheme. The ceremony was performed by her pastor, Rev. R. C. Stubbing, of the Mothodist Prdtestant church. Mrs. John Barnes from near Henderson presided at the organ with her usual skill and grace playing Men delssohn's wedding march as the bridal party entered the church, "Hearts" and "Flowers" was softly played while the vows were being plighted that made them twain. The bridal couples entered the church in the following order: The ushers, Mr. Alfred Pleasants and Mr. Geni Hester moved down the center aisle and took their places on either side of the altar. The four bridesmaids attired in lovely white dresses carrying bouquets of ferns tied with pink ribbon, came down the left aisle, groomsmen down the right aisle. When they reached the altar they crossed passing each other and grouped to form a square around the altar. Miss Kathleen Mustian, Mr. Dick tloyd, Miss Sue Williams, Mr. Ed. Houghtaling. Miss Jessie Mustian, Mr. .Willie Floyd, Miss Ethel W lluams, Mr. Claud W ortham. The bride never looking better, hand somely gowned in steel grey satin and duchess lace wearing a white picture hat carrying white narcissus and ferns with long ends of white ribbon came down the left aisle leaning on the arm of her maid of honor, her cousin, Miss Annie Pleasants, who wore a lovely dress of cream messaline, trimmed with satin and chiffon, with a white picture hat carrying ferns tied with pink ribbon long ends. The groom attired in a black dress suit came down the right aisle with his best man, Mr. Herbert Houghtalhng, and joined the bride at the altar. Immediately after the ceremony tne bridal party and a few special friends repaired to the home of Mr. Plummer Mustain (father of the groom) wnere a reception was given and a sumptuous supper served. The young folks danced until the wee small hours of morn. The bride is an only daughter and very much beloved by a host of friends. Mr. Mus tian is a deserving young farmer who has the esteem and good wishes of all who know him. Mr. and Mrs. Mustian received warm and hearty congratula tiods from all present. The wedding gifts expressive of sincere well wishes were many, handsome, and useful. . If you are suffering from billiousnees, con stipation, indigestion, chronic headache, in vest one cent in a postal card, send to Cham berlain Medicine Co.,Dt-s Moines, Iowa, with your name and address plainly on the back, and they will forward you a free sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Sold by all dealers. pileVcured. DR. A. UPHAM s ELECTUARY will CURE the Piles, no matter how long you have suf fered. It will eradicate the disease from the svstem FOREVER. SATISFACTION, or yourmoney BACK. At Thomas Brothers', Henderson, N. C. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. I offer for sale my house and lot si.uaf on the Northwest corner of Young and Chest nut streets, (the old D.D.Overton plac0 .'J9t across from R. J. Southerland8 residence and property of Dr. J. R Moss. Six room dwell iug, two stories, in good repair. Over on? acre in lot. Will sell at a price that will make it a good investment or a desirable home at moderate cost. For further infor mation address D. D. OVERTON, Greenville, N. C. Looking Ones Best. f i a woman's delight to look her best but l i'i'i'f . skin eruptions, sores and boils rob "" "i joy Listen! Bucklen's Arnica Salve ' tli. m: makes the ekin soft and velvety, t u-iunhes the face. Cures Pimples. Sore . (obi sores. Cracked Lips, Chapped Tm Jry 'lt- Infalible for Piles. SocI at TTAYING QUALIFIED AS ADMIN1STRA- 1JL tnx of the estate of (jeorge Kobert Grissom, deceased, late of Vauce county, all persons having claims against said estate will present them to me duly verified by January 24th, 11)11. or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to tte estate will please make im mediate payment. Januarv 24tb, 1910. ANNIE E. GRISSOM, Administratrix of George Robert Grissom. deceased. Andrew J. Harris, Attorney. Fish and Oysters. I have moved next to Kerner-MacNair Co's drug store (Muscoviti's old stand) where I am prepared as heretofore to serve the pub 'R it all times with a nice stock of Fresh Fish and Oysters Will keep Oystersin season up to the first or fifteenth of April but Fish I will handle right along each day from Tuesday to Sat urday. A freeb lot is shipped every morning, right out of the water, and I make good any thing that is not satisfactory with another delivery or your money back. Thankful for past patronage, I respectfully ask a continuance of same. BURWELLH. BULLOCK. "THE LADIES' STORE." GREAT SALE OF Ready-Made Underwear; BEGIXXIXG Monday, Jan. 17, "We wili inaugurate our regular January eale of Ready-Made Underwear. The biggest line we Lave ever had. birs. mssnxiEB. Fame of Young's Meal Spreading. "Made in IIih1th(m"" is gu.-iranfe of merit, and Ileuddrsun mode good are sold far and near. This week Mr. O. 0. Young filled and order for mc-rtl from a party in IVnnsylvaidfi Cou nellsville. The order was Ur t-everal sacks and it is 8;fe to P'jy that tho.se who appreciate a good thing of the kind will want more. There is a large local demand for Youug's meal, a pure article made from eelected corn, ground by ex jerts in a modern, well (quipped ilant, and it is not -urpris:ng that le is invading foreign teiritory wiMi lis products. "Get Your Partners." Prof. 'V. II. Allmon's dancing academy has opened and the young people who have enrolled ns pupils are getting down to business in good shape. The attendance is not large, but Henderson people have to "be shown." When they understand just what it is, "who is in it?" aud Prof. Allmon's accomplishments and pro ficiency in his line of work, they will come in larger numbers. The adult class has started and the children are being organized. The young mpn are instructed every night beginning at 8 o'clock and the children every afternaon beginning at -L o'clock. The ladips are especi ally invited to attend as a matter of encouragement to the children their own and others. A cordial welcome will be given them. A piano will be moved in today and this will give added interest and pleasure. Prof. Allmon has been highly en dorsed wherever he has been, and conies well recommended as a gentle man and teacher of dancing. He has had large experience and is very proficient and successful in this line of work. An opportunity that ought to be embraced is now open to the young people of Henderson, such as has not been offered before and may not be again unless" Prof. Allmon comes another time. 1 Whether you are old or young per son, parent or single person, pros pective pupil or mere looker on, Prof. Allmon will be glad to see you at the armory (old Burwell Opera House) any afternoon at 4 o'clock, or night at 8 o'clolck. Footed the Expense ThemselYes. ! A FARMER TO FARMERS. lt was fstat4d last week in connec tion with the notice of "Parsifal" that the train which brought over a numler of persons from Oxford did not go back and those who came had to hpend the night here. This was a mistake, although such was the undeigtanding. But before the con clusion of the performance Manager Poythress of thV Grand Theatre, and Manager Harmau of the Pamfal Company, took the matter up in the spirit of accommodation and decided by way of showing their apprecia tion of the attendance of the ladies and gentlemen from Oxford that they would defray the expense of running the train back themselves, which they did. We make this statement in justice to Messrs. Poythress and Harman, giving them the credit that is due them. THE CAUSE OF COLDS. Antique Furniture Chats. Why did antique furniture last and ! wear ko long, while the life of modern ! furniture is very limited? Drop Mr. W. H. Kibler a postal, or phone 30G-B and ' he will be pleased to call on you with a nice line of photos and samples, and tell you a few things worth knowing about 1 furniture. He represents the Arm of Shapiro & Smith, dealers in antique furniture and hand built furniture. The name of this firm stands for high quality in furniture. His calling does not at all oblige you to buy. Just as pleased to leave without an order as with. Mr. Kibler will be in Henderson all this week. He will also repair fine mahogany furniture. Read and advertise in Geld Leaf. Qood Advice Regarding the Preven tion of Coughs and Colds. If people would only fortify and strengthen the system, the majority of cases of coughs, colds and pneu monia might be avoided. These troubles are frequently due to weak ness, which produces a catarrhal condition of the mucous membrane, which is an internal skin of the body. Whenr this skin is weakened it becomes- easily infected with germs which cause many of the diseases to which flesh is heir. Healthy mucous membranes are essential safeguards of the bodj-'s general health. An excellent aid in the prevention of coughs, colds, pneumonia, and such like infectious diseases, is a rem edy that will prevent or cure catarrh. We have a remedy which we hon estly believe to be unsurpassed in ex cellence for the prevention of coughs, colds and all catarrhal conditions. It is the prescription of a famous physician, who has an enviable rep utation thirty years of cures gained through the use of this formula. We promise to make no charge for the medicine should it fail to do as we claim We urge everybody who has need of such a medicine to try Rexall Mncu-Tone. It stands to reason that we could not afford to make such statements and give our own personal guarantee to this remedy if we were not pre pared to prove the reasonableness of our claim in every particular, and we see no reason why any one should hesitate to accept our offer and try it. We have two sizes of Rexall Mucu-Tone, prices 50 cents and $1.00. Sometimes a 50-cent bottle is sufficient to give marked relief. As a general thing the most chronic case is relieved with an average of three large bottles. You obtain Rex all Remedies in Henderson only at our store The Rexall Srore. W. W. Parker, Druggist. Itch cured in 30 minutes Dy t.oolford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by W. W. Parker, druggist. apr HERE IS THE PROOF That the best body-building and strengthening tonic for lioafe Ghildren IS Ytnbt "My 9 year old daughter was weak, pale, and had no appetite. I gave her VinoL and she began to thrive at once. She gained rapidly in weight, color and strength." MrsAV. H. GILMORE, Durand, Mich. " My two children, who were puny and ailing, rapidly gained flesh and strength when I began to give them Vinol. I proved that Vinol is a splen did tonic for delicate children." Mrs. C ALLEN, New Bedford, Mass. "Vinol builds up healthy flesh and makes thin little limbs round and plump. Children love to take it. We return people's money without question 11 Vinol does not accomplish all we claim for It. Try It, please W.VV. Parker, Druggist, Henderson FIIMI'li in I" I ii Phone No. 8o THE MAN WHO MAKESA HABIT OF KICKING about his coal because it is full ot slate and slag, and because it doesen't cook, bake or heat properly, should try buying his coal at our yard. We are sure that we can give you coal that you will find nothing to kick about in it. Just try buying your winter's coal at J. S. POYTHRESS. 0 o O A TrTTT7 TT TTTYTTT O lULUXlJJli As Formerly, Only More Goods and Better Goods. We beg to thank our customers for their past favors, and assure them of our readiness to serve them as heretofore. With a stock more complete than ever, and fresh new goods con stantly being added, we hope to be favored with an opportunity to do business with many new customers as well as our old ones this year. We carry the same lines everything in Gen eral Merchandise DRESS GOODS AND NO TIONS, TRIMMINGS, WHITE GOODS, HATS, SHOES, HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS, &c. Also full line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Flour, Meat, Meal, Feedstuffs. Etc. H. THOMASON, ii Phone No. 18. Henderson. N. C. O 0 o Mr. 5. Q Satterwbite Writes Practl- 1 calfy About Things that Concern the People in Town and Country Sug gest that Vance County Have An. other Big Picinc Some Time in the Fall. Editor Goli Leaf: In this the le ginninp of the jear, we no doubt hare made plans for our year's work. 1 901 j was a good year for the people of Vance ! county and we can make 1910 one to I pleasantly remembered, weeeem to be at peace with the world. Town and country people were never more united in business and social life, everybody seems to be working for the uplift and progress of our town and county. We want to have another picnic along the last of August or first of September and I think that we countrv people ouzht to contribute to this picnic and make it an annual ance county anair. I am digressing from what I started out to write, but the interests of all our people are so closely allied that we can't well separate them. I started out to eay a word of encouragement to the farmer. in the hrst place the farmer does not ap preciate or place the proper value or standard on his profession. You can make it just what you will. The whole truth of the mattr is that we do not put all of our best in it brains or muscle. Suppose a merchant, manufacturer, banker or an editor were to waste as much time and give as little 6tudy and thought to his business as we farmers, do you think his business would be a success, or that his profession would be looked upon as ranking higher than larmmg. ' Lt us put more thought and business methods in our farming and a high standard of value upon our profession, then we will have taken a long step to ward success, and "for a truth our farm homes will be the backbone of the country. Name your farm so people will know where you farm. Lvery farmer in Vance county ought to take his county paper The Gold Leaf, 1 nave been taking it ever since it was first started more than 25 years ago. lou just go right up into hditor Manning a ofhee and subscribe to it if you do not take it already. Mr. Manning will welcome you and you will feel bet ter after you have had a pleasant word with him and you can imagine the rest. S. li. SATT EKWUlTK, Martin Creek Farm, R, F. I), No. 1. If Women Only Knew. What a Heap of Happiness it Would Bring to Henderson Homes. Hard to do housework with an aching back. Bringb you hours of misery at leisure or at work. If women only knew the cause that Backache painsconie from sick kidneys, 'Twould save much needless woe. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys, Henderson people endorse this: Mrs. B. F. Biggs, -14 Garnett Street, Henderson, N. C, says: "I had a dull, nagging backace, accompanied by pains through my kidneys which were often so severe that I could not obtain my prop er rest at night. Whenever I stooped or lifted, sharp twinges darted through my body, this also being the cas? wnen l stood for any length of time. The kidney secretions were irregular in passage and filled with sediment, convincing me that my kidneys were at fault. Reading about Doan's Kidney Pills and being favorably impressed by what was said in their fa vor, 1 decided to try them and procured a box at the Kerner-MacNair Co.'s Drug Store. They benefited me more than any other remedy 1 had previously taken ami since using them. I have been free from the backache and kidney weakness. Doan's Kidney Pills have my highest en dorsement, as I know them to be a reli able remedy." For sale by all dealers. Price ;jU cents. Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan s and take no other. It is a dangerous thing to take a couch medicine containing opiutea that merely stille your cough instead of curing it. Foley's Honey and Tar loosens and cureH the cougn and expels the poisonous germs, thus pre venting pneumonia and consumption. Re fuse substitutes and take only the genuine Foley s Honey and Tar in the yellow pack age. Sold by all Druggists. CASH CLEARING SALE -ox- COAT SUITS, CLOAKS, FURS, BLANKETS, RUGS, ART SQUARES, &c Opens this week at Thomas &Newcomb's The Price is So Greatly REDUCED That the EFFECT will be EasUy PRODUCED. 10 DAY FREE, TRIAL You can get a Parker Fonotaia Pen for any kind of work, no mat terwhat its apecial requirement. Try one for lO daya work with it. and prove what a eooirenience it is. and how it eaves time and lif hrens work. PARKER LUCKY CURVE FOUNTAIN PENS are cleanly. Yo won't ink your fingers when you remove the cap to write, because of the "Lucky Carre" a distinctive feature of the Parker. Prom tl.SO uj. according to or fiameatatiofi. Standard. Sclf-FOliaf and Safety. Let ns show you what comfort awaits you in using a PARKER PEN. At Ibis sior ob 10 days triaL - Melville Dorsey. V . . How Morey Grows. There are over seventeen million people the United States making their money grow by depositing it in the banks. $1.00 a year for fifty 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. AT THE NEW STORE You will find everything that is pood to eat. Celery, Fresh Tomatoes, Kale, Cranberries, Oranges, Tangerines, Grape Fruit, Lemonns, Bananas, Apples in fact, a full line of fancy fruits. Kingan's Sliced Breakfast Bacon and Dried Breef, 30 and 35 cents a Pound. Phone as your wants, We can serve you promptly have two delivery wagons. Phone No. 45. The City Grocery Co. We also handle feedstuff. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY Telephone No. 236. Schedule Effective January 3, 1910. TRAINS LEAVE HENDERSON AS FOLLOWS: No. 9.110:5.1 I M. "THE FLA.MIX(iO" from New York uml WimbinKtot!, for Columbia, Savannah, Jnrkttonville unci nil Florida point, l'ullinnii Sleeping (.'urn. Dining (.'an ami Dav Coiu-Ik'S. "THE YKAlt KOl'Xf) LIMITED "from Now York, WiwljinRton, Norfolk ami Portsmouth. For Atlanta. HirraiiiKham, McinphiM ntul ointM WoM . Jacksonville nnd Florida points, Charlotte ronniTtw nt Hamlet for Wil mington. J'nltmau Sleopers to Atlanta, MomphiM. Charlotu Jark Honville anil Tnmjta AIho Dinihu Cars and Day Coachcu. "THE SEABOARD MAIL" from Atlanta, BiriniiiKliHin and ( harlot t.-, for Portsmouth and Norfolk with Day fonrliiw nnd Parlor Cur. Con nocts at Portsmouth with SUainor for Washington, Baltimore New York, Boston and Providence. "THE FLORIDA FAST MAIL" from J a.-ksonville and I ohiml.ia.cou nects nt HamlH from Wilmington. For Richmond. Washington nnd Now Y'ork. Pullman Sleciprs, Day Coaches and Dining Curs. Connects nt Richmond with (J. &. O. for Cincinnati and points West; at Washing ton with Pennsylvania It. It. and B.& (J. for Pittsburg and points West . "THE SEABOARD MAIL" from Portsmouth and Norfolk, for Atlan tn, ( h irlotte, Wilmington. Birmingham, Memphis and points West. Connects at Raleigh with N. & H. for Wilson und Washington, and II. & S. for Fayetteville. Also at Hamlet with local train for Wilmington. Parlor Car and Dav Coaches. "THE FLORIDA FAST MAIL" from Now York and Washington For Atlanta, Birmingham, Memphis and points West, Jacskouville and nil Florida points. Pullman Sleepers to Atlanta, Birmingham ond Jack sonville. Lining Car to Hamlet. Arrive Atlanta 7:00 A. M. "THE YEAR ROl'ND LIMITED" from Jacksonville and Columbia, arriving Richmond 4. .10 P. M. Washington, 7:40 A M. New York 2:0O P. M. Pullman Sleepers, Dav Coac hes and Dining Ca's. "THE FLAMINGO" from Atlanta and Jacksonville, for Portsmouth nnd Norfolk arriving 1:80 A. M. Richmond, 7:10 A.M. Washington and New York. Pullman SleeerH to Portsmouth, Washington and New York. Coaches to Washington and Dining Car to New York. "Shoo Fly" from Norlina for Raleigh. "Shoo Fly" from Raleigh fr Norlina. SCHEDULE OF TRAINS OPERATING BETWEEN HENDERSON AND Dl'RHAM AND HENDERSON AND OXFORD. Trains leave Henderson for Durham 7:00 A. M. 2:.15 P. M. Trains arrive at Henderson from Durham 12:25 A. M. 9:00 P. M. Tiaius Leave Henderson for Oxford 8:50 A. M. 2:.15 P. M. H.40 P. M. Trains arrive at Henderson from Oxford 8:25 A. M. 12:25 P. M. 6:10 P. M For rates, Time Tables, Pullman Reservation and any iriformatiotion consult any Sea board Air Line Railway Ticket Agent, telephone or address, J. T. ELMORE. JR., Agent. Hen derson. N. C C. B.RYAN, U.S. LEARD, (Jeneral Passenger Agent, Division Passenger Agunt, Portsmouth, Va, Raleigh, N. C. No. 812:24 A.M. No. 38 1:0 P. M. No. 0l:28 P. M. No. 41-2:21 P. M. No. 4.14:38 P. M No. 8412:3(5 A. M. No. 923:29 A. M. No. 298:32 A. M. No. 30-0:37 P. M. A TTTTTTTT Announcement i I wish to announce to my freinds and cus tomers that they can find me at the same old place, E. A. KELLY & CO'S old stand, next door to First National Bank, where your wants will be suppliend, and goods declevered promptly. Thanking you for your past favors and ho ping to get more of them, I am. Yours to please, i R A. PAYNE. Phone 364 B. 3 4 AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAA AAAAA AA A A A A A A A A A k A A AAAAA AA AAAAAA Li rlr it rr nf I M -am Fine Old Whiskeys Mail Orders Promptly Filled Goods Guaranteed Under the National Pure Food Law Wo are Distillers. Our Whiskeys are agwl properly. We ship direct to consumer. Better goods and quicker shipment. We prepay ail express charges and Kbip in plain package-. PZB CiALLOV. Old R. W. Jones Com Whiskey (8 Years Old) . . $3.30 Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (4 Years Old) . 2.75 Old R. W. Jones Corn Whiskey (2 Years Old) . . 2.50 Corn Whl .key .... one-half gallon $1.50 Corn Whiskey, 2 Gallons $4.50 Corn Whiskey, 3 Oallons $6.50 Corn Whiskey, 4 Gallons, . $8.50 Old Velvet Rye Whbkey (4 Years Old) . . . .4.00 Mountain Rye (2 Years Old) 2.75 Kentucky Bell (8 Years Old) 5.00 Apple Brandy (2 Years Old) . 3.00 Ro?e Valley Rye (4 quarts) . . . . . 4.j0 Write for complete price list on all grades of Whiskeys, Brandies, Tins, Etc. Remit money or express order. Send us a trial order. You rill get the quality. CLARKSVILLE WHISKEY HOUSE C LARKSVILLC, V VA.