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THE HENDEKSON GOLD LEAF THURSDAY, JANUAKY 27, 1910.
I: THE GOLD LEAF, j Sermon to Veterans. rr-r -rr : - , (Continual from first pap) THURSDAY. JANUARY 27, 1910. SOLICITOR DANIELS WILL RE-TIRE. Moo- Charles C. Daniels, Solicitor of the Fourth Judicial District, Will Not be a Candidate for Renomina-tion. Special to tlit; News and Observer. Wilson,. fan. Your correporjl ent had Ixn linked by immf-roiis friends of Mr. ' Dani-ls if lie would be a candidite for rerioroina tion as Solicitor of this district, and he therefore called on Mr. Daniels to find out. In reply to tny question as to whether he would be a candidate for renomination, Mr. Daniels said: "No, I will not be a candidate for renomination. "In 100L the Governor appointed me Solicitor of this dist rict to fill a va cancy made by re-distrktinjr the State In 1002 the" Democrats of the dis trict nominated meand I was elected to fill a four years' term. In 1000 I was re-nominated and re-elected, and when mv present term expires I will have filled the office nine years and a half. . , "In the different contests in the dis trict my friends have evidenced to wards me a loyalty and devotion that will alwuvs be deeply apprecia ted. The people of the district have shown me great kindness and consid eration, for which I am sincerely gratefnl. It has been my purpose .since I became solicitor of this dis trict, to represent the State the peo ple fait hfuly and without fear or favor. How well I have succeeded in carrying out that purpose, is for others to judge. "My private practice demands my attention, and I shall devote myself to that. If, however, I can be of ser vice at anytime in the battle of Dem ocracy for good government and jus tice to the people, I am ready to "spend and to be spent in her service" 4t Manv persons fiiul themselves affected with a persistent coiih niter an ill tuck of liiflu enzii As this oiiuh ran he promptly eured by the use of lmmlTlJiiiiH Cou'li U.ni;dy, it should not ! allowed to run on until it becomes troublesome. Sold by nil dealers. . . Effect of Prohibition in Northamp ton County. Kicli Square Koaiioke-Chowiin Times. Our Jackson correspondent effec tively answers t he oft repeated charge that prohibition injures the county fiminciallv. What, he says about the trade of Jacksou is also rrue of Rich Square and other towns in this and adjoining counties. Crime has great ly decreased. The last session of the Legislature abolished one term of our Superior court and we still are provided for more courts than we need. The clerk of the Superior Court paid over to the Coui.ty Treasurer for last year less than fifty dollars in fines, forfeitures and penalties. No one will deny that much so-called whiskey is still consumed by citizens of thecounty,but most of this is bought by that class of colored population who never, under any circumstances, save anything for a rainy day. It is carried to their homes ami conse quently but little public drunkenness is seen. Instead of supporting bar rooms and dispensaries we are build ing school houses, churches, better roads and improving our farms so that this whole section is blossomintr as a rose, is fast becoming the gar den spot of the State. Yoifll feci better nftertakiiiK DeWitfs Lit tle Karly Risers, the safe, nun-, pleasant, gentle little liver pills. If you would lie mire of jjood results inmut on DeWitfs Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve, the original. It is Rood for bin '"tN or little ones, but it is especially pood for piles. Sold by all Druggists. It is not every editor who is com petent to give good ndvice to the farmers, but the following from the Durham Herald may be put down as an exception. Here it is: "A Wake county farmer produced over two hundred bushels of corn on an acre of land that only a few years ago produced five bushels, and we some times think that if the farmers or ganizations would turn their atten tion to this sort of thing instead of allowing themselves to be worked by politicians and others with axes to grind it would result in a great bene fit to themselves and to the State.' Simple Remedy for LaUrippe. Latirippe couirbs are dangerous, as thev frequently develop into pheuunionia Foley's Honey and Tar not onlv stops thorough, but heals and strengthens the limps so that no serious results need bp feared. The genuine Foley's Honey and Tar contains no harmful drugs and is in a vol low package. Sold by all Druggist . In reviews of the State's progress during the year 1000 our exchanges generally agree that the best things about the State's record for the year are the rapid strides made alousr the lines of education and good-roads building. In these two highly impor tant matters the .Mate lias mace wonderful progress, and, what is still better, the foundations were laid for still greater progress in the years to come. L harlot te Observer. Don't trifle with Kidney nud Bladder trouble. Take De Witt's Kidney and Bladder Tills as directed and yon will at once notice satisfactory results. DeW itt 8 Kidnev and Bladder Bills are antiseptic, healing and soothing. Be sure to get DeWitfs Kidnev and Bladder Bills when you ask for them. Befuse substitutes and imitations. Look for the name on the package. Sold by all Drug gists. The New Bern Sun sa3's: "The man who thinks every one else is a crook is pretty apt to be a crook himself." There is much in that. The man who gets arouud trying to bring accusa tions against others, iusinuatingthey would do so and so, is m the majon ty of cases giving an index to his own character or what he would do if he had a chance. Greenville Reflector, inose teiiows wuo claim mat pro hibition does not prohibit should not kick. They ought to know what thev are talkinsr about, and if they do they should have no trouble getting thiers bo what s the use Bern Sun. o-rrttrlincr Von? Saved At Death's Door. The door of deah seemed ready to open for iMurray vv Ayers, of Transit Bridge, r l., wnen nis lite was wonderfully saved. was in a areaatui condition, be writes, my Rkin was almost yellow; eyes sunken: toniru coated; emaciated from losing 40 pounds. growing weaker daily. irnlent liver trou ble pulling me down to death in spite of doc tore. Then that matchless medicine Elec tric Bitters cured me. I regained the 40 pounds lost and now am well and strong." For all stomach, liver and kidney troubles they are supreme, Or Rt Melville Dorset's. ness of the situation and knowing that nothing could rescue it but a quick, impetuous, decisive counter charge, he resolved to attempt it in person even at the cost of his life. Mounted on Old Traveller with un covered head, a veritable god of war, he rode to a point near the center of his line and turned his face toward Hancock's advancing column. One moment more and there would have come the command to follow but it soiaier s nana was iaia upon nie bridle: "We will go forward but you must go back." With all the enthu- smsm mat wouiu nave come irom the nrmjestic presence of your idol ized commander, leading the charge in person, vour love ior wouiu nor ermit vou for one moment to allow him to imperil his life, nnd us proof of that love, you rushed with the fury of a tempest against these advancing columns and drove them back. Never has there been witnessed a greater manifestation of unfeigned affection for a leader than on the morning of General Lee's surrender, when riding back from the Mr-Lain iouse to his bivouac through an army oi weeping men, assuring him in broken voices of their unfaltering faith and undying affection. Oh, how you loved him: THE CAPTAIN OF YOUR SALVA TION AND WHY YOU OUIIGT TO LOVE HIM. Here again find an illustration oi wnat ougnt to oe me atttituue of every Confederate soldier toward the Captain of his Sanation. i on ought to love Him with all the ove of your heart. lou ought to love Him because of what He is the chiefest among ten thousand, who in the purity of Hi- motives and in the perfection of His haraeter is altogether lovely; in whomdwelleth the fullness of thegod- iead bodily, the imaire of the invisible God, the first born of everv creature. W h o i n H is h u m a n n a t u re p resell ted a majesty of bearing, a ouritv of soul. i perfection of character that mark Iim as possessing everv quality that ould appeal to the sentiments of man and every attribute that could ommand the favor of God. Before whom, in ins divinity, the anrrels bow and arch angels veil their faces, and to whom every tongue shall confess that He is Lord to the glory of God the Father. lint more especially vou ought to love Him for what He has done. Once a year you go outside our city and amid strains of music scatter flowers upon the graves of your de parted comrades. Why do" you do this? Because you loved them and revere tlieir memorv. And whv did you love them? Because of the" lives they lived; because of the character they 1 )ore; the sufferings they en- lured; the death thev died. Here stands the Captain of vour Salvation. Whv ouirht von to love Him? Because of the life He lived: the character He bore- the sufferings lie emiured; the death He died for vou. When Cyrus the Greatcantured the King of Armenia, and Tigranes, with us young wne lie carried them home to his capital. When summoned into us presence, I igranes stood up and ml.JIy offered his life on condition that his wife be allowed to iro home ree. Cyrus was so impressed that le forgave them all and sent them ack to their country. On their way loine they were talking of the event's of the recent days. One suoke of the magnificence of Cyrus' court, another of the brilliancy of his jewels, another )t ins magnanimity. Turniuir to his wife who all the time had been silent. Tigranes asked, "And what did'st thou think of Cyrus?" She gently re- lied, "I never saw him." "Never saw dm? Where were thineeyes?" "I kept them fixed on him whom I heard of- ering to Lsv down his life for me." She had eyes for none other. Oh, men of many battles, would today that out of the abundance of your love and the gratitude of your hearts you would fix vour eves on Him who laid down His life for vou! III. 1 would remind you. in the third place, that yourattitude ought to be that of unquestioning obedience. 1 lie hrst duty of a soldier is to ren der instant, unquestioning, implicit oueuience to nisLaptain s command. in military matters hesitation is dis obedience; disobedience is mutiny; mutiny is death. The officer is to be obeyed not because he always com mands what is right but because he has the right to command. This theory has an apt illustration in the reply of Gen. Jackson to a subordi nate otficeer who came to him with reasons why he had modified his or der of march. Gen. Jackson inter rupted him by saying, "You should Have obeyed the orner first and reas oned about it afterwards. You are under arrest." In brief, the soldier's creed as expressed in those immortal words: 'Theirs not to make no reply: Theirs not to reason whv; Th. 'irs but to do and die." Nowhere better illustrated than bv the i ,.r ii - , . ueiu oi mis poem to wnom a superior otiicer eeeking to satisfy a persoual grudge and remove a hated rival, gave the most foolish command ever heard on a field of hnttU Of noble blood, an only son. the last of his line but he wns'a soldier. Turn ing to his brigade Iw s tid, "Here dies the last of the Cardigans;" then with a "forward" rode into the jaws of death. A creed never more freely accepted nor more promptly obeved than by me iiiciuf voineoerare so oipr selfishness and sin. Will you follow? To me one of the most interesting things about the war was the relig iouslife in camp, especially during the winter spent along the Hapidan when not onlv on the Sabbath day but all through the week, night after night these services continued. Along the hillsides and in the forests wher ever a camp was pitched, the rocks and woods rang with appeals for faith and love and service, with praise and thanksgiving for past mercies and prayers for future blessings. If you could recall those scenes and sit once more by the light of the camp fire, and if by some power Lee and Jackson could stand once mon before you and permitted to speak but a single message, or to give one last command not a word would they speak of Chancellors ville and Spottsylvania, of Winchester and Gettysburg, of the Wilderness and Appomattox, but this brief message: "Follow the Lord Jesus Christ, rally to His standard, fight the good fig hi of faith, labor for the triumph of His cause." Will you hear them today? CONCLUSION. I have taken you back today to those "times that tried men's souls." Many a heroic spirit poured out hi bloo'd which sanctifies our soul. Each passing year has summoned many more. Into their sacred fel lowship you soon must follow, but before you do, you must face anoth er foe." An enemy awaits you with burnished sword. His vision is clear and his thrust is sure. Would you conquer in this last encounter? Then you must have the breastplate of i righteousness, the shield of faith, the helmet of salvation and the sword of the spirit. Language cannot paint the picture which onApril 0, 1803. was unveiled to the eyes of the soldiers of the Confeder ate Army. Turning your faces home ward from Appomattox, you turned them to one of the saddest scenes that ever greeted the eyes of man to fields swept bare and desolate, to vil lages whose life had first languished and then stood still; to towns with out trade or industry; homes and fortunes and loved ones lost forever. Worst of all to a future to be faced in the pain of utter disaster and recol lections of defeat. This is no picture but only the faintest illustration of the future that awaits the man who lives and dies without faith in God. In the words of Jeremiah, "If thou hast run with footmen and they have wearied thee, how canst, thou contend with horses?" If that morning broke with sadness and disappointment and regret how shall dawn the morning of eternity, when clothed in the rags of your im perfect lives, in the recollections of wasted time and of mercy scorned, with no treasures laid up in heaven, you shall becalled to face a future to be spent in the pain of disaster and in sorrow and regret? I hope and pray that this may never be. But just as, one by one the scars of war have disappeared; the suffering and bitterness remaining almost as a half remembered dream, and in the common hopes and com mon interests of a united countrx you tire facing a future the very brightest, of our history, even so may each one of you by following the Captain of your Salvation, with faith in His promises, lovefor His per son, obedience to His commands, be saved at last. So shall your last en counter become your greatest tri umph. We read thatStonewall Jackson in the last hours of his life wandered in spirit over the recent battle field, leading in person his victorious col umns through the smoke and fire of theconfliet, until all at once his mind seemed to emerge from the troubled scenes, and in the calmest conscious ness, catchingaglimpseof "the sweet fields beyond the swelling flood," he softly whispered, "Let us pass over the river and rest under the trees." And then General Lee for awhile in his delirium rode ouce more at the head of his battle-scarred columns; but later on his soul grew calm, and in the silence of his death chamber, the low burning lamp and the glow of the hearth fire casting a halo over the massive granduer of his face, having lost the power of speech, his upward pointing finger declared his soul's hope and expectation of re ward. Oh may you, when you close your eyes one the sceues of this present life and sheathe your sword from fur ther earthly conflict, be welcomed by these whose voices have long been silent; and may you hear your Cap tain say, "You have fought a good fight, you have kept the faith; hence forth there is laid up for you a crown of rejoicing. Enter into the jo3's of your Lord." Your warfare over, your glory will have begun. - Foley's Kidnev- Remedy will cure anv case ot kidney or Madder trouble that is not be yond the reach of medicine. It invigorates llie entire system and strengthens the kid neys so they eliminate the impurities from the blood. Backache, rheumatism, kidney and bladder troubles are all cured by this gri at medicine. Sold by all Druggists. The Columbia State and the Lan caster News agree that because manv Lancasterians hare their washing done in Charlotte thev are not on that account citizens of North Caro linn. No, but they evidently deserve to be. Charlotte Observer. Rev. I. V. WHUams Testifies. Rev. I. W. Williams, Huntington. W. Va writes us as follows: "This is to certify that I used Foley's Kidnev Remedy for nervous exhaustion nnd kidnev trouble and am free to say that Foley's Kidney Remedy will do all that you claim for it." Sold by all Drug gists. " With faith in your leader's genius and love for his person, vou were ever ready to obey his command, whether it carried you with Pickett up the death crowned heights of Cemetery Ridge, or in'the last of the war when ragged and weary and starving, yet with courage undaunt ed you were ready at his command to rush with headlong fury against the surrounding foe. To you who stood ever ready to obey 3-our commander, to fulfill even to the point of death his unspoken wish, I bring today a message from the Captain of your Salvation. I bring to your awakened conscience His trumpet call to repentance "the Kingaom oi Heaven is at hand.' I bring to your quickened love His call to faith "ye believe in God believe also in Me." I bring to your trust log soul His call to service "follow me." You who never failed to heed the marching orders of your chief tain, will you hesitate in the face of this battle call?. Jesus stands ready to lead you in a campaign against Plant Wood's Seeds fi For Siroerior Croos 0 A I I Wood's 30th Annual Seed Book is one of the most useful and 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 Fanner Wood's Seeds are grown and selected with special reference to the Boils and climate of the South, and every southern planter should have Wood's Seed Book so as to be fully posted as to the beet seeds for southern growing. Mailed tree on request. Write for it T. V. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, Richmond, Va. Wa are headquarters for Grass and Clever Seeds. Seed Po tatoe. Seed Oat. Cow Peas, Soia Bean, end ell Farm and Garden Seeds. X -rfs ITS wi Jr r heumalic ains As we get older the blood becomes sluggish, the mus cles and joints stiffen and aches and pains take hold easier. Sloan's Liniment quickens the blood, limbers up the muscles and joints and stops any pain or ache with astonishing promptness. Proof that it is Best for Rheumatism. Mrs. Daniel II. Dieiil, of Mann's Choice, R.F.D., No. i, Pa., writes: " Please send me a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for rheumatism and stiff joints. It is the best remedy I ever knew for I can't do without it." Also for Stiff Joints. Mr. Milton Wheeler, 2:00 Morris Ave., Birmingham, Ala., writes: " I am glad to say that Sloan's Liniment has done me more good for stiff joints than anything I have ever tried." 1 O 1 H n n laMtsfci n 11 - 1 'v j fl .5 V: is the qickc:-t md best remedy for Rheuma tism, Sciatic.1, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises and Insect Stings. Price H7c, oOe., and $1.00 at All Dealers. Semi for 5.l ;::is I'leo lioclt en Horses. Addres9 DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. TOT .. 'it GOING HUNTING? Of course you are, Mr. Man, and you'll need plenty of ammunition and a new gun, perhaps a new pair of hunting boots, a new hunting suit, cap or something of that kind. Anyway, whatever your Fall hunting wants may be, we want you to come to this store and let us supply them. For we have everything that will make your hunting expedition successful and enjoyable. Won't you call? We know both goods and prices will please you. The "Buck's" Slore wtere m can Get Anything in Hardware If you buy a it is worth the GORBITT BUGGY 1:5 THE CRBITT BUGGY CO., HENDERSON, N. C. c c r. c c A FIRE is difficult to control when onceSt 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 EEFSHJ1EEB with a good reliable Fire Insurance company, the kind we represent. Come in and let us talk the matter over. Henderson Loan & Real Estate Co. j 7 3 3 3 a Saving Wayward Boys. , WWWWK -MjQlmn,- (Continued from first pnge) and perhaps the commercial course in the school room; but in that farm, with n man who loves and knoTs the work and who has a deep and abiding love in his iieart for the boys, at the head of the department, I can see visions in transformation of charac acter and thecomingoutfrom thence to bless the earth, young men that are close to nature. One reason 60 many boys go wrong in the cities and towns is because they see too much of the artificial as against the natural. The boy on the farm, with proper surroundings, and who mingles with the plants and flowers, and pees the innocence of birds and animals, learns to love and associate with such seldom goes to the bad; and 1 see visions of new awakenings in life and character of these wayward ones, as they become a part of the school and farm for making men, as they get into the workings and learn that by tilling the soil with intelligence, it yields man a fortune as well as freedom from the annoyance of crowded con ditions, and makes him a better man, at heart, than heeould possibly be anywhere else on the earth. Most of those who will go to theStonewall Jackson School will come from the towus and cities where they know nothing, in a manner, of the natural, and to my mind I can conceive of nothing that will so transform the evil tendency of such as to put him down where there are cows and pigs, and hor-es, and sheep, and chickens, and goats on a finely kept farm, where the boy can commune with nature at itsbest, while being taught the duties of life and educated jn in dustry and the needed fundamentals to build upon. Can you conceive of a greater work for a man to engage in? Such a work must have the very same blessing of the Almighty as that which comes to the preaching of His Word. This is what these leaders of thought have been trying to impress upon the pub lic, conscience all these years. This is no "piDe dream." Every line of it is possible, practical, and I have not half st xted the results that must be plain to every soul that is not too narrow to feel. But Stonewall Jackson Training and Industrial School should and must be one of several in our beloved State. It alone cannot possibly ac commodate all that will want to be handled under an awakened public conscience. The saving of boys from crime calls for the best that wealth and the State can give. It is far cheaper to save the boy than to guard him as a criminal all the rest of his life, not to mention that every good citi zen is an asset to the Commonwealth. Have I pointed you to something you had not sen or thought of? If I have I have not written in vain. Flere is work for many with means and time; work for wine who are hungry for child love and thankful ness. Try helping the needy and helpless; not to be fed alone, but to be clothed and educated and made into men and women to bless the earth for having lived in it. With your land when for the sake of saving a few dollars you use a fertilizer whose only recommendation is its analysis, it requires no spe cial knowledge to mix mate rials to analyses. The value of a fertilizer lies in the ma terials used, so as not to over feed the plant at one time and starve at another; This is why Royster brands are so popular. Every in gredient has its particular work to do. Twenty-five years experience in making goods for Southern crops has enabled us to know what is required. Sec iha trade mark is on every bag TRADE MARK REGISTERED F. S Royster Guano Co. v. 15 a NORFOLK, VA. IS; HAPPY MEW YEAR. A Wild Blizzard Raging brings danger, suffuring often death to thousands, who take colds, coughs, and la grippe that terror of Winter and Spring. Its danger signal's are "stuffed up" nostrils, lower part of nose sore, chills nnd fever, pain in back of head, and a Ihroat-gripping cougb. When Grip attacks, as you value your life, don't dlay getting Dr. King's New Discovery. "One bottle cured me " writes A. L. Dunn, of Pine Valley. Miss., "after being 'laid up' three weeks with Grip." For sore luncs, Hemorrhages. Coughs, Colds. Whoop ing Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, it's supreme. 50c. $ l!00. Guaranteed by Melville Dossey. COPYRIOMT fJLjS ' 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. WatMns IBrotliers Co. SAMUEL W ATKINS, Jr., Manager. f 1 The Latest Price List f WHISKIES, Wirves, EXPRESS PREPAID TO YOUR CITY. We Lre the only whiskey house that maLnvifac- tvires our own corn whiskey. ALL OUR GOODS ARE SOLD BY THIS LIST AND NO OTHER LIST rAnheuser-Busch Beer, per 4 Dozen Bottles, Delivered, $5.00- iST"lf crate and empty bottles are put in Express office and shipped to the Anheuser-IJusch Un-win; Richmond, Va., aud receipt sent back to us, we will return you $1.00. Old R. vea Old II. old Old II. old Old It. old. Corn W Corn W Corn W Corn w W. Jones rs old W. Jones corn V. Jones corn W. Jones corn con Whiskey -4 AVhiskey Whiskey whiskey hiskey by the half gallon hiskey 4 gallons 2 years old hiskey 2 gallons 2 years old hiskey 3 gallons 2 years old nts 10 ?4.00 8 vears 3.50 t years 3.00 2 years 2..-.0 $1.50 H.50 4.50 0.50 Three Feathers 4 qts Hye Whiskey Old Velvet 4 years old Mountain Rye 2 years old Kentucky Belle Rye 8 years old Echo Spring Rye S years old Silver Brook Rye 0 years old Mountain Spring Rye x?tx 4 years ol Log Cabin ltye i years old Mountain Spring Rye xx Excelsior Rye 2 years old Golden Crown Rye 3 years old Professor Jones Rye Apple Brandy Home Made 8 years ol Baltimore Apple Brandy 3 years old Ginger Brandy Peach Brandy 10 years old Peach and Honey d. r gal. $8.00 ,..4 00 ...2.75 ...5.00 ...5.00 ..4.00 ..3.50 ...2.75 ...2.75 ...2.75 . .3.00 ...2.50 ...4.50 ...3.00 ...2.50 ...5.00 ...2 50 X. B. 1 gallon corn whiskey and jug F. O. B. here 1.05 Barrelled Goods. Cherry Wine Old Cherry 8 years old Port Wine Si'uppernong Wine Claret Wine , Blackberry Wine Holland (Jin Rose(iin Bottled Goods. French Brandy Per qt Cane Spring Rye 4 qts (bottled in S. Government Stamp) Green River R.ve 4 qts.... Three 1'eathers Rye 4 qts Canadian Club 4 qts Old Prentice 4 qts . Mnms Rye 4 qts Full Dress 4 qts..... Four Aces 4 qts Echo Spring 4 qts Mark Rogers,4 qts Jefferson Club 4 qts Gordon Rye 4 qts Fltz Hugh Lee 4 qts Blue Blood 4 qts Montreal Malt whiskey 4 qts Billy Baxter 4 qts Auderson Club 4 qts Old Bob Burton 4 qtg Old Flutcber 4 qts .3.00 .4. .2 .2. .2. .2 .00 0 .25 25 .3.00 2.50 3.50 bond IJ. 6.00 600 8.00 6 OO 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6 00 0.00 6.00 6.00 5 00 5.00 5 00 4.00 4 00 4 50 ....6.00 Jamestown Irish whiskey 1 qH... Dewer's Scotch 4 qts Royal Arch 4 qts Itooney'n Malt. 4 qts Duffy's Malt 4 qts Duffy's Malt by the rust American Malt 4 qt Casey Malt Rose Valley Rye 4 qts 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 qt St. Juieari 4 qts Vir-inia Claret 4 qts Imperial Sherry 8 years old. i Domestic 4 qts Alcohol best grade 1 qt.... Minnehaha 4 qts Pocahontas 4 qts Imperial Blackberry 4 qts Scuppernong 4 qts Port 4 qts Blacklx-rry Brandy 4 qts Extra Dry Mumm's 4 ts X. B. 1 gallon corn whiskey lis; jug F. O. B. here f, Kt 1 -o " :,m .4 30 4 00 ( " 4 I 4 00 4.00 4 W 4i0 3 :A 3 50 :0 -, Q ' ::. i ou ."i0 ' i-' ; '! "3 50 1000 .. 3 Take our advice and buy HOME MADE COPPER-DISTILLED Corn Whiskey made ty us in the old fashion way. We are one of the few that make our own Corn Whiskey, so )a can get it direct from the still. All orders must be accompanied by Cashiers Check, Post Office Money Order, or Expr5 Money Order. No individual checks taken unless party is known to us. No stamps taken whiskey. No goods sent C. O. D REFERENCES: First State Bank and Planters Bank of Clarksville, Va., First National Bank of Oxfonl, N f- P. S. All Whiskies Delivered Express Prepaid in plain boxes if desired. SEND ALL ORDERS TO The Clao-ksville Whiskey Hovise, Clarksville Virginia. I N. B. 1 gallon Corn Whiskey 100 proof and jug F. O. B. here $ 2.15. " J 1