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THE HENDEKSON GCXLD LEAF THUltSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1910.
CITIZEN SAFEST. Statement at RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, Overdrafts, Stocks and Bonds, Banking House and Fixtures, Insurance Department, Cash on Hand and in other Banks, Total, ,1.1; nVI0, President. .I.min II IhO'Iie, 1 1 V. CnOJUT, .lohti I) ('ooi-r, S V ('oo'r, M.-lvill.! Dorsoy, VERY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles Doois, Windows, Frames, Oak Mantels, Tiles, Cahill Grates. JOHN B. WATKINS. i:i;;i: PLANTS All the best va v rii ti. s i if early cabbage plants for Kt1.- ilrowii out doors, (in South Curo !,').( ) m-climated and ready to start off t , ruwiii. A. J. CHEKK, Henderson, N. C. Y7T.-INKSS r'Olt, SALIO I will sell i l itlii r my I) ray or ,r,i very business, i.i i .ih iMt-ther. Or will nell the Bakery, t ..!!! cti.ini rv Store and Restaurant, i: i- iii fur selling is that I cannot prop i : iittciid to more than one business, i that cil her of these interests does .. .. ,.v me. J. It. CARTER. S" Ki: l;)Y AL IH)15H CIGARS. Best , w iciii Ciar ia town. For sale Till; I'AltACON. 1 i V l'K SALE One high jjrade 1 Mpi-ijjht piano for sale. Apply to BOX :o:, Henderson. il WE YOU TRIED ROYAL ROHE CM JARS? It's fine. Tor snle at THE PARAGON. ".'iS I'nR SETTING Rhode Island I j Ki lls. 1.'! for 75 cents. C. M. CROW. II' Vol WANT a satisfying smoke try Royal Robe Cipars, He. For sale it " THK PARAGON'. rMKE I I' I have taken up three 1 slmies. that came to ray house ni" nit a week ifjo. One black and two sjmtted weinhiiiK from '2t to ."() pounds, "vvner can tfet same bv proving claim i.l paying charges. 15. T. I '.ROD IK. irA.TKI HOARDERS. I can ac . y commodate a few young men or i i inicil couples with board and room. 1 nvciiiciit to business part of town, i blocks from railroad station and I" '-' othVe. MRS. IDA BASS. Mr. I W. I'.s of Rocky Mount, uii" V' stcrd.iv to visit, bis son I)r II II Bass. lr Willi ui, C. Watkins of Rox !"!, ( line last week to sj tend a few iis iitinr his parents, Mr. and Mi- .1. 1',. Watkins, returning home M-.t.day. M ;s I 'at tie Manning who has been -'.ii:ig some time with relatives in H i . I' rx n, went to Scotland Neck -ih.'sday to visit her sister, Mrs. ''. W. Dunn. ! .;!? ric lights have been put in ! .d t Ih- fare of the town clock is now i ' 'on i u, 1 1 il at night, ho that passers by m i v note the time by sitrht as a- sound. Mr Anliie Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs lb i.ry A. Davis, went to Hen : s nville l ist week to take a posi ' -n the Hunter Pharmacy, under ! im.-le Robert. Mrs. b. S. Aroiison returned home t', k from Norfolk where she had ' in a hospital for treatment, 1 i is f ist recovering her former ! ili ami strength. - Mr N. B. Thomas has gone North : buy new goods for his firm ' 'mas & Newcomb.) Miss Rosa 1 ; inns went with him to buy her : i f spring millinery. M s 1,1a II. Bass wants a few more ; M-iiiTs ami can furnish room with yl. A desirable place to make s home, convenient to post office 1 business part of town. M r U.A. P. Cooley of Nashville, who uilidate for solicitor to succeed 1 1 D uiiels, is a Henderson visitor ;- ' ek meeting our people and ac- ! ling himself with the political ' " .!' ion. Mrs. MissiMier left Friday for New ' - to buy new goods.' She will x - re! ii ivesand friends nt Ttnliwnv .1 ;l! 1 Philatlelobia aftpr m.it-inj- i'iiri -bases and will be awav for 'tks. onfederate Veterans are in i to enjoy Polk Miller's enter !ii"iit Monday night with the i'bnuiits of the management i' ni.v and theatre. Of course the 1 boys'" will accept the courtesv 'ppreciate the compliment. Rrodie gives notice of having up three shores that came to bouse last week and preved on clover li-if - . reinui uajs ueiore ne : ''-1 them. Two spotted and one weighing from 23 to 50 j' ;""ds. Owner can get his porkers provmgelaim and paying charges. . Mr Harry Watkins left last week ; id probably make his home in '' ; 1 Mere are a numberof voung Zn n" V ,Ce COUDt-V and ri"n Ti i , l f KettinjJr n very well, coi ,v add,t' the Tar Heel - Siwf JTy not doubt wil1 ke r"od with the rest of them THE HENDERSON, N. C. STRONGEST. the close of business January $499,996.46 3,257.04 30,151.25 10,732.73 2,210.41 Capital Paid Surplus and Profits, 62,386.98 Due to Banks, 114.97 Cashier's Checks, 638.63 Accrued interest due depositors, 483. 1 4 Deposits, 492,887.56 109,163.39 $655,511.28 Total, OFZFICEIRS- A. C. ZOLLICOFFER, Vice-President. DIRECTORS. George li. Harris, F. It. Hurris, W. A. Hunt, J. B. Owen, W. S. Parker, Mr. R. G. Allshrook of Tarboro, was an agreeable caller at this office Wednesday. An old (young) Hal ifax county man it was a pleasure to see him and renew past acquaint ance. Mr. Allsbrook is a prominent member of the Edgecombe bar and is a candidate for solicitor of this district. He is strongly endorsed as a good lawyer, capable and clean, and well qualified for the position he seeks Mr. George A. Rose left this week for Baltimore and New York to buy new spring goods. He will be joined by his Baltimore milliner who will nssist him in selecting their lines for this department. Mr. Rose will be away about three weeks during which time he will look the market over thoroughly and buy a big stock to the very best advautage. He was accompanied by his son, Mr. Perry Rose. Two such splendid attractions varying widely in character as they do seldom follow each other in so close succession as "The Time, the Place and the Girl" and "St. Elmo." Manager Poythress "hho has" made good as far as high-class offerings are concerned. Barring a couple of exceptions he has not had a real poor show this season and no city has had better than some of those pre sented before Henderson audiences. Mr. Thomas G Horner attended the marriage of Mr. Willis G. Briggs of Raleigh, and Miss Bulah Sanderlin, in Washington City last week. Mr. Briggs is the postmaster of Raleigh and very popular among bis fellows. The bride is a daughter of the late Hon. George W. Sanderlin at one time State Auditor, and is an attrac tive and accomplished young woman who has a great many friends in the capital city where she will again make her home. Mr. T. T. Hicks advertises his resi dence on Burwell avenue for sale. Size of lot 105 by 282 feet, Nice! 1. .,! t ..f n.. V.:ll ....... Knvm. iiuiue, oittLC l uui, viiuuif;i nira, iuuuio newly papered, two bath rooms, water, electric lights, telephone, stables, carriage houses, large gar den, good well ot water, etc. A very desirable home in good neighbor hood. No objections to the place and only reason for selling is that owner wants to improve other property. Or will sell the Barnes lot on Main street recently purchased. Town Clock Belongs to Everybody. The town clock is one thing that all citizens seem to feel a sort of proprietary interest and pride in more so than any other publie im provement or utility. Most other things they seem to regard as of local benefit rather than public benefit. A paved street or a new light, an extension of the sewer system or the water mains cannot be placed at every person's door, and these things are of little concern where no direct beuefit is derived. But not so with the town clock that belongs to everybody and every body is pleased with this one expend iture of the town's monev. Personal. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Youland and daughter, Miss Grace Youland, of Lakeview, N. C, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Adams this week. They came Saturday and Mr. You land left Monday for Biddeford, Maine, their summer hom,e to look after some business matters. Mrs. Youland and Miss Youland remain ed until yesterday returning to Lake view. Mr. Youland, who is reputed to be o'te wealthy, developed Lake view they have made their winter . .me for several years and passengers on the Seaboard traiu who have observed it in passing know what an attractive place it is. Those who met Mr. and Mrs. Ad ams' guests were impressed by their gracious and cordial manner and pleasing personality and they added to the friendships established on pre vious visits here. Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Youland and Miss Youland were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jenkins at an elegant 5 o'clock dinner to which a few friends had been invited to meet them. It was a sumptuous feast served in seven courses, after which all enjoyed a pleasant evening. Capt. Charles Lewis delighted those present with a number of selections of old time peices on his valuable old violin. The famous little liver pills are De Witt's Little Early Risrs. They are safe, gentle and easy to take. When you ask for De Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve, refuse to accept a substitute or imitation. DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is good for anything when you need a salve, and i Is especially good lor piles. oia Dy an Drug gists. Itch cured in 30 minutes dj oolford's bamtary LiOtion. Never lails. ooia Dy oooo BEST. 31st, 1910. LIABILITIES. in, Undivided $100,000.00 $655,511.28 W. A. HUNT, Cashier. J. II. Parham, W. VV. Rowland, J. P. Taylor, Samuel Watkins, A. C. Zollicoffer. Masons Had a Big Time. Several members of the Masonic fraternity went down to Halifax last week to assist the local Masons in organizing the old Roanoke Coun cil No. 1 of Royal and Select Mas ters. Those who went from Hender son were Prof. J. T. Alderman, J. B. Owen, R. G. S. Davis, Dr. F. A. Ma con, George Lowry, Dr. F. R. Harris, B. II. Perry, D. W. Hardee, N. D. Wells, Andrew J. Harris, Maj. J. S Poythress, D. Y. Cooper, Jr., and Mr. T. D. Peck of Warrenton, who joined the party en route. They report a splendid time. Halifax knows how to be hospitable and the visiting brethren from Henderson, Warren ton, Weldon, Enfield, Rocky Mount, Whitakers and Wilmington were en tertained at a banquet after the work was completed. The degrees were conferred on 23 candidates. Halifax was at one time the most prominent town in North Carolina and there is much of historic interest and value connected with its his tory. One of the visitors says the magnificent court house nbw in course of erection would do credit to any town and county in the State. . . Judge Pritchard Endorses Polk Miller. The following letter from Judge Jeter C. Pritchard of the United States Circuit Court, written to Mr. Polk Miller, explains itself: Richmond, Va., Feb. 14th, 1910. Polk Miller, Esq., Richmond, Va. Dear Mr. Miller: Mrs. Pritchard and I attended the en tertainment given by you at the Academy of Music last evening, and I write to congratulate you upon the splendid pre sentation of conditions as they existed before the war. You are doing more to bring about a better understanding be ween the races than all other agencies combined. Your entertainment is splen did from another view. It carries us back to the good old days, the like of which, I fear, we will never see again. The most of the songs that you sang were sung when I was a littlejboy, and, at that time, the banjo played a most con spicuous part in musical circles. May God bless and protect you in the splendid work in which you are engaged, is the sincere wish of Your devoted friend, (Signed) J. C. PRITCHARD. . -m - . More people are taking Foley's Kidney Remedy every year. It is considered the most effective remedy for all kidney and bladder troubles that medical science cau devise. Foley's Kidney Remedy corrects irregulari ties, builds up the system, restores lost vital ity. Sold by all Druggists. Attention, Veterans! Mr. Polk Miller, seconded by Manager Poythress. has kindly invited the Con federate Veterans of Henry L. Wyatt Camp, and others, to attend the enter tainment to be given at the Grand Thea tre Monday night, Feb. 28th, with the compliments of the management. It is requested that as many as desire to ac cept the invitation meet at some con venient place and go in a body to the theatre. T. B. PARHAM, J. T. B. HOOVER, Adjutant. Commander. An attack of the grip is often followed by a persistent cough, which to many proves a great annoyance. Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy has been extensively used and with good success for the relief and cure of this cough. Many cases have been cured after all other remedies had failed. Sold by all dealers. 60 choice business and resi dence lots at Townesville, N. C, to be sold at auction Wed nesday, March 2nd, beginning 1 0:30. Auspices of the Colum bia Realty and Auction Co. "THE LADIES' STORE." PRETTY LINE -OF- NEW GINGHAMS AND- WHITE GOODS. Cheap as they are pretty. MRS. MISSIIXIER. Leslie Perry, Attorney at Law. This is the way the office sign and business stationery of a popular Henderson young man will read in future. At the recent examination held before the Supreme Court Mr. Leslie Perry was granted license to practice law. On Monday he took the prescribed oath as a lawyer and member of the bar of Vane" county before his Honor Judge C. M. Cooke. Mr. Perry is a native of this town and there ia no young man who is held in higher esteem by the people who know him. He is the Fon ol Colonel and Mrs. Henry Perry, and is a young man of fine character, in tellectual acquirements and agreea ble personality. He was educated at Horner School and the Univer sity of North Carolina, and took his course in law at the University Law School. If the success of orr voung friend in his chosen pro fession shall be commensurate with his df-serts and which his mental and moral equipment, sterling manhood and reasonable ambition presage. the name of Heniy Leslie Perry will be written high upon the roll of hon or and usefulness among the men of legal jurisprudence in North Caro lina. Grand Auction Sale of Lots at Townesville. As will be seen by advertisement in this paper a grand auction sale of lots will be held at Townesville next Wednesday, March 2nd, beginning at 10:30 A. M. GO choice business and building lots will be offered. A bank and a tobacco warehouse are to be organized that day it is an nounced, stocks already being sub scribed. A special train will be run from Manson meeting the Shoo Fly at 9 A. M.,free to prospective buyers. Sale will be conducted by the Co lumbia Realty and Auction Co. Splendid Musical Comedy. One of the finest attractions that has been to Henderson this season (and we have had some of the best) was The Time, the Place, and the Girl, as presented by H. II. Frazee (Incorporated) Monday night. This is a comedy with music, bright and catchy, with a dash and swing that is fascinating and pleasing. The costumes were pretty without being gaudy, the scenery beautiful and the electric effects brilliant. While there were no particularly fine voices indi vidually the chorus work was good, the comedy full of humor and laugh able situations. The performance was clever, clean, refreshing and en joyable and the audience went away with a satisfied feeling and favorable impression of TheTime, the Place aud the Girl. While others scored in their respec tive parts the work of Mr. George Ebner as "Happy Johnny Hicks," a gambler, was exceptionally clever and tie established himself as a prime favorite with the audience. He is a comedian of the legitimate sort who is funny without apparent effort, his humor pure and unfailing. Mr. Tom Cameron as Tom Cunningham, a rich man's son, and friend of Hicks, Mr. Ray Largay as Laurie Farnham, a black sheep, Mr. Ogden Wright as Pedro an organ grinder, Mr. Fred Waelder as Jasper Simpson, Miss Viviau Allen as Margaret Simpson, "The Girl, and Miss Amanda Hen dricks as Molly, Kelly, a nurse, are worthy of special mention for the capable manner in which they essayed the roles assigned them. Alma Club Entertained by Miss Jes sie Harris. Contributed The AlmaClub was delightfully enter tained on Thursday afternoou by Miss Jessie Harris. The program for the af ternoon was on "King Lear , Shakes peare being the subject of the year for study. The story of the play was read by Mrs. D. Y. Cooper, Jr. The reading of the play took up the greater part of the af ternoon and was interesting in addition to the study of the play, this was lead by Miss Mabel Harris. After the program Miss Jessie bteele assisted Miss Harris in serving enjoya ble refreshments. The following were present: Mes- dames R. J. Corbitt. Sidney P. Cooper, Misses Leona and Florence Currin, Mabel and Roselle Harris, Janie Harris, Irene Betts, Julia Cooper, Mary rerry, Jessie aud Agnes Harris. Kate Gary, Lelle Horner, Jessie Steele, of Uockingbam, N. C., Helen Tull of Philadelphia. . . LaGrippe pains that pervade the entire system, LaGrippe coughs that rack and strain, are quickly cured by Foley's Honey and Tar Is mildly laxative, safe and cer tain in results. Sold by all Druggists. Hoarse Coughs, Stuffy Colds, pains in chest and sore lungs, are symptoms that quickly develop into a dangerous illness if the cold is not cured. Foley's Honey .ind Tar stops the cough, heals and eases the con gested parts, and brings quick relief. Sold by all Druggists Pneumonia Follows a Cold but never follows the uee of Foley's Honey and Tar, which stops the cough, heals the lungs and expels the cold from your system. Sold by all Druggists Sore Lungs and Raw Lungs. Most people know the feeling, and the miserable state of ill health it indicates. All people should know that Foley's Honey and Tar, the greatest throat and lung remedy, will quickly cure the soreness and cough and restore a normal condition. Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar. Sold by all Druggists. PILES CORED. DH. A. UPHAM s ELECTUARY will CURE the Piles, no matter how long you have suf fered. It will eradicate the disease from the srstem FOREVER. 'SATISFACTION, or yourmoney BACK. At Thomas Brothers', Henderson, X. C. To Housekeepers: Warning ! We have been informed that a gang of men are traveling through this State, calling from house to house, representing that they are agents of or employed by the manufacturers of the famous Williams' Shaving and Toilet Soaps and selling at a low price an assortment of inferior soaps, sometimes offering a premium of crockery, groceries, etc We hereby warn the public that we sell our soaps to dealers only, employ no agents or canvassers to go from house to house and any person claiming to be employed by lis, or in any way connected with us and selling goods as above described, is a fraud and the attention of the police authorities of the town should be at once called to the matter and we should be notified. We have only one plant or factory for the manufacture of our goods and this is located at Glastonbury, Connecticut. Any statement or repre sentation that we are in any way connected with any other plant or factory for making Shaving and Toilet Soaps, or have any connection with any grocery or similar concern is false. The J. B. Williams Co., Glastonbury, Conn. Angelo Hamilton Respited. Angelo Hamilton who was to have been electrocuted in Richmond last Friday, was respited by Gov. Mann until March 23th. Hamilton who lived in Henderson at one time and was an employe in one of the cotton mills here, was convicted in the Cor poration Court of Lynchburg for the murder of Mrs. Sallie Hix last June. The murdered woman also lived here, and both are remembered by many people of the town. Hamilton was said to be a good mill hand but he would get drunk, in which condition he was fussy and disagreeable to others and it was owing to this that he lost his job. Durham also has an acquaintance with Hamilton. He lived there until about two years ago and has a sister now living iu West Durham. The Sun says that his body was to have been sent to Durham for burial after his electrocution. The man was respited in order that the Governor might review his case to ascertain if there was cause for ex-cutive clemency as contended by Hamilton's lawyer. Delightful Drama Cleverly Presented 'The sweetest story that was ever told," as the song goes, may not be said of "St. Elmo," Neil Twomey's dramatization of Augusta J. Evans' famous Southern romauce which was bo popular among novel readers several years ago, but certainly a sweter drama has not been seen in Henderson nor has any play been presented by a more capable com pany. Those who attended the per formance at the Grand Theatre last uight will bear us out in this. Both play and players are deserving of highest praise. The dramatist has done his work well and in the hands of thn ladies and gentlemen whocom- ose thn companv under Manager no and Wallace each character is well sustained and a superb production is the result. AtSt. Elmo Murray, Mr. Alfred Britton proved himself a strong actor while the others were very clever in their parts: Miss Marga ret Dunne as Edna Earl, Miss May Greville as Mrs. Murray, Mr. Charles MacDonald as Rev. Allen Hammond, Mr. Lindsay J. Hall as Gordon Leigh, Miss Roberta Brennan as Gertrude Powell, Miss Marie Pert as Hager. Those who were not at the Grand Theatre last night missed a real dra matic treat a sweet, clean, whole some play that has a good moral and makes one feel better for having seen it. There was sorrow and an guish, scorn and hatred, love and ro mance, friendship and fidelity, pride and repentance, pathos and forgive nessand not a few tears in the eyes of many persons in the audience. "St. Elmo" is a play that is worth while and it deserves a generous patronage wherever it goes. . . . - . Students Club Meets With Miss Lula Page. Contributed. The last regular meeting of the Stu dents Club was held with Miss Lula Page, on Wednesday, February the twenty-third. The subject for the afternoon was An tony and Cleopatra. The following was the interesting pro gram carried out: Act I and III to scene VI Antony, Mrs. Pendleton Cleopara, Mies Page. Caesar, Miss Plummer, Chairman, Miss Watson. Liepidus, Mrs. Tucker. Pompey, Mrs. Phil Thomas. Menes, Mrs. Kittreu. Maridan, Miss Watson. First Atlendant, Miss Butler. First Messenger, Miss Hunter. Second Servant, Miss Butler. Boy, Mrs Kittrell. Ventidius, Miss Hunter. Eros, Mrs. Alex Cheek. Agrippa, Mrs. Landis. Canidens, Mrs. Kittrell. Alexas, Mrs. Peace. Octavia, Mrs. Gooch. Special train from Manson free to prospective buyers of lots at the auction sale to be held at Townesville, N. C, to be held Wednesday, March 2nd. WANTED. A buyer for my house and lot on Burwell Avenue and Young Street Size of lot 105 x 282. Slate roof, Cahill irrates, newly papered, bathrooms down and up stairs, water, pewers, electric lights, telephone, splendid ehade, iron fence, paved walks, carriage houses, stables, outhouses, large gnrden, deep drilled well. Good neighbors. Ho ob jections to the place. Purchaser may have .... . . n . cnoice ot tnis or tne Barnes lot on Main Street. T. T. HICKS. TRY OUR Hot Chocolate, 5c. the cup with Whipped Cream. -o- New Garden Seed Just Received. Kerner-MacNair Co., Prescription Druggists. Phone 112. Vance Superior Court. The spring term of Vance county Superior court opened Monday, Judge C. M. Cooke presiding. Solici tor C. C. Daniels ia prosecuting for the State. It is a two weeks term. The docket is somewhat fuller than usual but most of the cases are of trivial nature. This with reference to the criminal docket. The following named compose the frand jurv: f . B. Barham, foreman, ohn Bulfock, J. M. Ellington, M. B. Hedgpeth, J. Hill Parham, W. C. Hight, J. T. Bowling. J.O.Beckham, Graham Wortham H. B. Shanks, J. It. Barnes, Hezekiah Clark, W. II . Wil son, E. L. Wade, J. H. Rice, O. O. V bite, H. E. Chavasse, W.T. Perdue. The following cases have been dis posed of so far: James Kumn, negro, gambling: $3.00 and cost. Mitchell Hunt, negro, larceny and receiving; not guilty. Fompey Hunt, negro, disposing of mortgaged property; judgment sus pended on payment of cost. Daniel Scott, negro, larceny and receiving; 4 months on Granville roads. John Bullock, negro, disposing of mortgaged property; judgment eus pennded on payment of cost. Al Bruce, negro, selling whiskey (hour cases); 3 months on Granville roads. Cleveland Chavis, negro, larceny and receiving; not guilty. George Stamper negro, carrying concealed deadly weapon; judgment suspended on payment of cost. Same party, assault with deadly weapon; 0 months on Granville roads. Gabriel Henderson, negro, dispos ing of mortgaged property; judgment suspended on payment of cost. Bud Hawkins, negro, carrying con cealed deadly weapon; 5 days in jail and fine of $10.00 aud cost. Arch Williams, assault; judgment suspended on payment of cost. Adam Anderson, negro, removing mortgaged property; judgment sus pended on payment of cost. E. N. Purks, cruelty to animals; judgment suspended on payment of cost. Sandy Kearney, negro, laceny and receiving; 12 months on Granville roads. Bud Kelly, negro, forcible trespass; judgment suspended on payment of cost. Henry Grissom, selling whiskey; 2 months on Granville roads. Charles Smith, Porter Alston and Sam Cannady, negroes, larceny and receiving, (2 cases); 5 years in the State's prison for all, Alston and Smith 3 years in addition after the completion of the 5 years sentence. (This was the case of systematic box car robbery at Kittrell which went on for some time and hundreds of dollars worth of goods stolen before the gang was apprehended and broken up. Len Hicks, negro, selling whiskey; 4 months on Granville roads. George Pettawav, negro, larceny and receiving, 3 years in the State's prison. Porter Alston, negro, larceny and receiving; judgment suspended on payment of cost. If troubled with indigestion, constipation, no appetite or feel bilious, give Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets a trial and you will be pleased with the result. These tablets invogoratethe stomach and lirer and strengthen the digestion Sold by all dealers. HONOR ROLL Sixth Grade, Central Graded School, for Week Ending; Feb. i8th. Aline Hughes 91 Hat tie Roth 98 Muriel Craven -. 97 Benton Royster 9G Ruth Carter 95 GWin Bobbitt 9." Rowena Evaus 9." The Home Beautiful. Every family takes pride in the home that ia well painted with Li. & Al. 1 aint One coat only beautifies and also adds value and increases its saleable chances. The L. & M. Colors are bright and last ing. The L. & M. is used by everybody who studies economy, and uses the very best at the least cost. Cost only about $1.30 per gallon when ready-for use. It is Metal Zmc Oxide and Lead combined. It wears and covers like gold. Sold by Melville Dorey, Henderson. HONOR ROLL Mlddleburg School, for Month Ending February i8h. StuTiris Collins, Marie Fleming, Blanche Farnsh, kdward Holloway, .Norman Hollo wav, Edward Wedden, Florence Spain, Riggie Watkins, Harry Rowland, Glenn Parrisb, Carrie Watkins, Mary Spain, Vernon Bennett, Archie Bennett, Janie Rowland, Lena Parrisb, Bertha Parnsh. Tazzie Parham, Mary McAllis ter, Zuleen McAllister, Arthur Wiggins, Lucy Wiggins, Henry Parrisb. and Joe Mabry. There is more Catarrh in this sect ion of bet country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable, for a great many years doc tors pronounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pro nounced it incurable, hcience has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by r. J. Cheney 4: Co., Toledo. Ohio, is th only con stitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a tea- poonful. It acts directly on the Mood and mucous surfaces of the system, ihev onr one hundred dollars for any case it fails to en re. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggist, 75c. Take Ball's Family Pflls for constipation. OUR- MR. N. B. THOMAS. has gone North to buy New Spring Goods You know what to expect when he makes the selection. Thomas & Hercomb. CAPITAL $50,000.00. FOUR PER CENT. PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNT. All the Facilities of a Savings Bank with the Government's Supervision of a National Bank THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Henderson, N. C. S. R. HARRIS, HENRY President. ''two old confederates" 1 STORIES AND SONGS OF THE. Good Old m OUTH Grand Theatre, Monday Night, Feb. 28th. Prices: fl.OO, 75, .0, 25 cents. WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE WALTER Mowing AND Watkins Brothers Co. You May Boycot the Beef Trust, BUT NOT THESE: Big line of Sugar Corn, 3 cans for 25 cents. Best peas, 2 cans for 25 cents. Snaps, 2 cans for 25 cents. Saeurkraut, 3 cans for 25 cents. Nabob Peaches, 25 cents per can. New Orleans Molasses, 20 cents per can. Evaporated fruits, such as peaches, prunes, apples, raisins, currants, etc., 1 0 cents per pound, 3 for 25 cents. Asparagus, 40 and 60 cents per can. Large size tips 25 cents. Fresh fruits every day. 3 large, nice, juicy mackerel for 25 cents. Smoked Bloaters 25 cents per dozen. Phone No. 45. The City Grocery Co. f SAME METE ! 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, Meait. Meal, Feedstuffs, Etc. H. THOMASON, S Phone No. 308 B. PERRY, S. T. PEACE, Vice-President. Cashier. if i .'no HR.PotrtMlUXK,4 FAMOUS Old South QUARTETTE or Ar ccnuinc S0UTHERMMf.6R0E5 WHO SINO V THE SONOS OF THE OLD PLANTATION A. WOOD In V 1 I u Machines Henderson, N. C. O ii V . W . Farker, druggist. apr