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THE HENDERSON GOLD XiEAF THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1910.
4 Si r i Hi!!! .: ' . ' -1-1 W 1 1 , i . i "a I -Hi i f ,- f;K:t 7 r. : t ' . . I f i : i i t'fi i: ! if, : i f - '' 3' i K r ; t' . -?' - ! t- r t 4 ; ! J-' I' ! " 1- ft- J The Gold Leaf. ESTABLISHED 1881. BY THAD R. MANNING. THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1010. The t oll reception Mr. Teary met with in Atlanta, may Imve leen in tended as n compliment. Perhaps they wished to make liirn feel at home amon thm. From oil accounts Peary met with as cold a reception in Atlanta when he went there to lecture, as he did in the Arctic regions when he went there to hunt for the North pole. Thkv are discussing the matter of appointing negro policemen in Char lotte to deal with the purse snatchers and others of the criminal class among the colored population, bet ter not fool with it, the thing's loaded. Thk claim being made in some quarters that there is need of more Superior courts in North Carolina, is at variance with the declaration that crime is on the decrease in this State because then- is less drunkenness t han formerly. I r there had ever been any serious thought given the matter of appoint ing negro patrolmen on the police force of Charlotte, the communica tion of one (I. C. Shaw, evidently a negro, published in the Observer, ought to give pause and settle the matter in the negative. -- -4 1 Tiiky have not waited for Senator Daniel to die before his successor is being discussed. Several gentlemen are "mentioned" by their friends without their knowledge or consent, let us hope and there are willing ones a plenty. John Warmiek Daniel's place may be taken but it cannot well be filled. CoxtiKEssM.w Norris, Republican leader of the "Insurgents," character izes Speaker Cannon as a senile old man. Your I'ncle Joe may be stub born, autocratic, tyrannical, in his conduct regarding rules and legisla tion in Congress, but lie is anything else but senile. A very live wire, vig rous and virile he is, and nothing mentally decrepit, certainly. The Rurlington State Dispatch, (Republican) does not take kindly to theambition of ex Governor Glenn to fro to the United St-ttes Senate. It ways: It would be nothing short of a ca lamity for ex-Ciovernor (Jlenn to break into the I nited States Senate There are too maiiv of that kind there now. We need more states men there and fewer demagogues of the Davis, ardaman and Glenn stripe. Since it always happens that what one man calls rot, another person savs is sublime, it falls to reason that whether the thing is pink or perlect is largely a matter of mood in the reader-lhe Philistine. Respectfully submitted to those who are at variance as to the num ber of persons present and the senti ment manifested at the recent Self speaking in Henderson. Depends largely upon the point of view in which you see a thing, evidently. -4 - . It was hoped that when electrocu tion in the State Prison was substi tuted for hanging in the couuty where the crime was committed, in inflict ing the death penalty there would bi? none of the sickening details given out, none of the sayings and demeanor of the condemned paraded before t he public, as heretofore. Rut in this we have been disappointed. There was entirely too much printed about the eloctrocution of the Robe son county negro rapist, but as he was the first victim perhaps the of fense may be overlooked provided it is not repeated. In future the War den of the penitentiary should admit representatives of newepnpers am others only upon the promise that nothing but the bare facts that the execution took place should be print ed." And if this promise is violated the person so offending should be omitted in the distribution of admis sion tickets next time. WRIGHTSVILLE GETS PRESS CONVENTION. The next meeting of the North Carolina Press Association will be held at Wrightsville Beach, and Juno 22, 23, 24: will be the time. This was the decision made bv the executive committee at the meeting held ic Greensboro on the 10th for the pur pose of fixing the time and place, The committee also adopted a ten tative program for the exercises. Be sides the usual papers and addresses by members of the association it was decided to have representatives outside callings to make short a dresses. Among others, Dr. Seaman A. Knapp, of the National Depart ment of Agriculture, and Dr. Rankin secretary of the North Carolina Boart of Health, have accepted invitations to deliver addresses. So Prisoner E. E. Powell sends word to Mr. A. P. Kitchin to come to Halifax jail and kill him. When the former is put on trial for the murder of Policeman Dunn, we suppose this performance will be put in evidence to indicate the defendant's insanity; but how to class such insanity may puzzle his counsel. If it is suicidal mania, he should be trying to jtake his own Jiie. 11 it is a mama for com mitting murder he should have sent word to Messrs. Kitchin and Travis that he still was determined upon tneir obliteration. Charlotte Ob server. PRACTICAL PHILANTHROPY. Mr. George V. Watts, of Durham, that great-hearted private citizen who covets no distinction except that of being permitted to do some thins: for his fellowmen, has, it is an nounced, made an additional gilt ol Sfc.-iO.fiOO to theliosDital which he re cently founded through the outlay of a princely sum. ine innueuce ui me Watts dollars or any otner uonars nvested in humanity's behalf is un dying and increases with the jeara. Salisbury I'ost. Mr. Watts has already spent about 400,000 011 the hospital which he gave to the city aud county of Dur- larn-and what more noble charity could he have put his money into. Would that there were more men like George W. Watts, and that Hender son had a few of them. Long may lis tribe increase to bless and inspire is fellowmen. DATE MAY BE CHANGED. It is probable that the meeting of the North Carolina Press Association at Wrightsville will be changed from June 22nd, 2'5rd and 24th, to a later date, on account of the conflict with the holding of th? bankers' convei tion and the holding of the county primaries about the same time. A later date would be much more suit able wo think, and then too it ap- pears tnar Mien arrangement woum . . 1 4. i i be welcomed by the hotel people and others who are to provide entertain ment for the editors. The Wilming ton Star says: Conferences with the hotel people on Wrirhtsville Beach and others in terested indicate that such a change would be verv desirable so far as the entertainment of the editors is con cerned and it is hoped that the change will be 'ii.hK While the edi tors could be accommodated, the accommodations at another time would be much more satisfactory and for that reason, it is hoped that an- ot her date will be chosen. Manager Hintou, of the Seashore Hotel, is ad vised that the North Carolina Good Roads Association hones to meet simultaneously with the editors and this makes it doubly desirable that another date than that mimed for the bankers should be selected. Powell Taken to Halifax for Trial. E. E. Powell, who shot and killed Chief of Police C. W. Dunn at Scot land Neck, and seriously wounded Representative A. P. Kitchin and State Senator J-,. Ij. Iravis, was re moved from the State Prison at Rulei-th, where he was carried for safe keeping, Sunday and taken back to Halifax for trial this week. The grand jury found a true bill charging him with murder, but he has not yet been arraigned for trial. It is said that Powell hasemploved able counsel, and the plea of insan ity will be set up in his defense. Ex Governor Aycock is one of his law yers. It remains to be F,een by what btretch of the imagination, resort to flimiy technicalities and distortion of an already weak law, this man can escape the penalty that he justly merits. To quote one who knows him wel Powell isn't insane; he lias a black and degenerately wicked heart. His foul act was but the expression of a madness pent up and renewed se cretly for years. Leave it to the Northern Press. Suffolk Herald. Let that litttle handful of Grand Army men in Michigan and Illinois rave and tear their red shirts about the statue of General Robert E. Lee being placed in the nation's Hall o Fame at Washington. Virginia and the South need not upbraid them for their hysterical fogyism. Just leave it to the press of the North, East and West and it will make fchem look like thirty cents. Just listen to an excerpt from a re cent editorial in the Chicago Record Herald: "General Lee was an American. He was one of the very greatest of Ameri cans. He was a lovable Christian man a man whom generations o Americans will never cease to hole proudly in regard. Virginians wish his statue aloncr with that of Genera Washington in the space allotted to their state in the Hall of Fame." Thev wish it wisely and well. Two nobler men could not be jointly honored This, however, is the real sentiment of the North a sentiment that on the test would show itself by an over whelming majority of voices." Even more significant is a state ment appearing in the same issue o: the Record-Herald from Lieutenant Colonel J. A. Watrous who was cap tured by General Lee's own soldiers in a battle near Petersburg. "As a northern soldier," he declares "I am frank to say that in this late day, nearly half a century after Gen eral Lee's surrender at Appomattox 1 am glad to see the old Confederates who followed him made glad. What harm is there in the 2;ray uniform? It makes Lee none the less one of the very first Generals of the American republic or of the world. With deep regret I lament the unwise, not to say unpatriotic, action of a hand ful of Grand Army men in Chicago who joined the Michigan Loyal Le gion members in urging congress not to permit the placing of the Lee statue in the Hall of Fame. It was in bad taste. I regret it because it will bring ridicule jipon the Grand Army of the Republic and northern soldiers generally." - There was once a business man who thought himself wondrous wise, and though his advertising was so licited, he stoutly refused to adver tise, his goods were advertised ere long and thereby hangs a tale, his "ad" was set in large black type and headed "bankrupt sale." New Bern Sun. Pneumonia fellows a cold but never fol lows tbe use of Foley s Honey and Tar wbich stops the cough, heals the lungs and expels the cold from the system. Sold by all -Druggists. . It's a case of long suffering when a giraffe has a sore throat. Itch cared in 30 minutes oy ooiford'e Sanitary Lotion. Never fails. Sold by W. W. Parker, druggist. apr PILES CURED. DR. A. UPHAM's ELECTUARY will CURE the Piles, no matter how long you have suf fered. It will eradicate the disease from the system FOREVER. SATISFACTION, or yonr money BACK. At Thomas Brother?'. Hradereon. N. f. Electrocution. vs. Hanging. Wilmington Star. There is this to be said about elec trocution, that it is mysterious, a man is convicted 01 crime. lie is put nn the train, taken out of sight and earshot of his friends, neighbors, and acquaintances. And he never comes ack. lie nas no cnance 10 make a speech. He is swallowed by the con sequences of his crime. We think that this makes ror a respecnor iaw. Its processes are not palpable. There is no officious carpentery about the hanging; no important snerin ana his deputies, giving free passes as nolitical favors; no inrush from the country of people selling eggs, poult ry and truck, as woo takes ennuren to the circus to educate them. Where fore the law comes into its proper place as a moral force. Lin6een, it is there. It evidences itself by a void. It is inscrutable, but decisive in its effects. If this thincr must be done at all if it is necessary to touch the mys tery of mysteries it is infinitely bet ter that it be done m a corner, silent ly, and mysteriously. Law Against Murder Needs Amend ing. Stutesville Landmark. If Powell's victims were ordinary itizens and Powell could command able legal talent to defend him, the chances for his escape would be in his favor, under the circumstances we believe he will be punished, and he should be. While the shooting is greatly to be deplored would be de plorable no matter now itisizaincant the victims we in:iiigo tne nope that great good will n-suli from it. It may mean the turning of the tide against manslayers in North Caro lina; it may man a change in the laws which now give the defendant the long end of the rope in a homi cide case; it may mean that hereafter attorneys for manslayers may not feel called on to exhaust every means, fair or unfair, legal or illegal, moral or immoral, to save clients from just punishments; and it may mean that Governors will not be so free to ex ercise clemency. That this may be the turning ooint and that the re forms indicated may speedily come, let all good citizens devoutly pray. MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY. It Ha Stood The Test of Years And is Still Superbly Supreme. Charlotte Observer. There is no proprietary or patent medicine on the market today or ever has been, or ever will be, com parable to Mrs. Joe Person s Itemed y for curing what it claims to cure, for behind it is the integrity of one of the htate s best women, who herself makes this Remedy, knows its con tents, knows that it contains what it claims to contain, as every one who has ever taken it knows it cures what it claims to cure. Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy has stood the test of years and with the years has grown in popular favor and continues to steadily widen its territory of patronage, purely on its merits. Its testimonials are of the highest order in which there is no element of doubt nor question of re sults. Consequently, u you be in need of such a remedy.it is up to you to profit by the truth. "You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." Reading tes timonials will not cure you, but tak ing the Remedy will. New Use For Cotton Seed. Pittshoru Record. Bread made of cotton seed flour is the latest article of food placed on the market. It is said to be sweet and palatable ami resembles brown 1 j mi 1 s-i ureau. inis new Kinu 01 nour can be made at $30 a ton or one and one half cents a pound, which is much cheaper than wheat Hour and will be quite a help in these days of high prices and costly living. there seems to be no end of the various uses to which cotton seed may be applied. The oil of cotton seed is used for many purposes and has become a staple article of diet. being used not only in making what is called olive oil but in makinir oleo margarine, which is said to be more wholesome than butter made from cow's milk. Of course the more uses to which cotton seed can be appiled, the more valuable it-will be to the cotton planters and the more service able to the general public. Stirring up the prohibition Ques tion at this time will not help the party, but it seems that both sides are guilty. The Hon. W. A. Self is mak ing speeches against prohibition while uev. iv. Li. uavis, of Wilson, is tour- Z. 4.1. O 1 X 1 f 1 . me ocate ana ngnting "near beer," etc. Better let the matter drop. New Bern Sun. CAUSES 95 PER CENT. OF DIS EASES. Advice Concerning Stomach Troubles and How to Remedy Them. lo not neglect indigestion which leads to all sorts of ills and complica tions. An eminent doctor once said that ninety-five per cent of all the ills ot the human body have their origin in a disordered stomach. A physician who made a .specialty ot stomach troubles, particularly dyspepsia, after years of study per fected the formula from which Rex- all Dyspepsia Tablets are made. Our experience with Rexall Dvsnen sia Tablets leads us to believe them to be the greatest remedy known for the relief of acute indigestion and chronic dyspepsia. Their ingredients are soothing and healing to the in flamed membranes of the stomach iney are rich m pepsin, one of the greatest digestive aids known to medicine. The relief they efford is almost immediate. Their use with persistency and regularity for a short time brings about a cessation of the pains caused by stomach disorders. Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will insure healthy appetite, aid digestion and promote nutrition. As evidence of our sincere faith in Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, we ask you to try them at our risk. If they do not give you entire satisfaction, we will return you the money you paid us for them, without question or formality. They come in three sizes, prices 25 cents, 50 cents and $ 1.00. Remember you can obtain them only at our store The Rexall Store. W. W. Parker, Druggist. Read and advertise In Gold Leaf Letter from Chapel Hill. To the Gold Leaf- Chapel Hill, X. C, March 21, 1910. A stronger interest is being evinced in mnBic this spring than has been evinced by the students in the last college gener ation. The custom of singing alter sup per is becoming more prevalent. The cherry song of haphazard groups, gath ered at favorite lounging places, or wand ering about the campus, often cause dis tant students to respond with quicker step or other songs. The musical association has been more effectively organized with R. S. McNeill, president; C. Woollew, director; and J. 11. Beard, business manager, ine Dana under the leadership of W. B. Ellis adds to : the interest, and spirit of the ball games. The Glee Club and Orchestra are practicing daily. Twenty-six men have been chosen out 01 tne number of candidates for places in the Orchestra and Glee Club. The Glee Club and Orchestra will give performances in eight towns of the State. Manager Beard has arranged the follow ing excellent schedule: Winston-Salem, March 26; Chapel Hill, March 31; Wil son, April 4; Tarboro, April 5; Golds boro, April 6; New Bern, April 7; Wil mington, April 8; and ayetteville, April 9. The performance in Winston-Salem will be the night of the Carolina-David son game in that city. The two teams will occupy opposite boxes tnat meat in the theatre and their songs and cheers in friendly rivalry will complete the collegiate touch. Te second appearance will be in uerrard iiau during junior Week and will be featured along with the Carolina-Wake Forest track meet, the Senior Stunt, and the Junior Prom enade. Soon after the appearance here the Glee Club and Orchestra will leave for the Eastern North Carolina trip in a specially appointed private car. : Ihe number of the men and the closeness of the engagements has made this luxury a necessity. Good houses . have been promised in all the towns. In several of the towns patronesses are lending their influence and prestige to the scheduled occasion. From all reports the Glee Club and Orchestra are the best of recent yeare. The sorfgs are catchy, the airs are breezy, and the whole background is distinctly collegiate. The many ap pearances of the Glee Club and Orches tra will give a large number of the peo pie of the State an opportunity to get another glimpse of college life and to breathe again the pleasant atmosphere 01 the University campus. The base ball season opened last week with the Bingham (of Mebane) game. As the Bingham team was composed of sev eral professionals and semi-professionals the victory of the Carolina amateurs gives promise of another championship record. Bob Howard, Wilmington's star slab 111 an last summer, was hit rather freely by the Carolina team. Stewart, who was on the firing line for Carolina, 6truck out eleven and yielded but three hits. Hackney's hitting and fielding was the feature of the game. Carolina s line up was: Swink and Pool, catchers: Stewait, (capt.) pitcher; Hamilton, first base; Duncan, second base; Tillett, short stop; Armstrong, third base; Bivins, left field; Hackney, center field; and Rose right field. The 6econd game was with Oak Ridge which is also composed of several league players, such as ,arle Holt and Maberry, professors in the school and former play ers of Wilson, and Clap'p, third baseman for Greensboro. There was no scoring until the tenth inning and Oak Ridge made three in her half and Carolina by a sensational batting rally, after two men were out, sent four men across the plate with the game. Buie's work at short for Carolina and Moore's hitting were among the ieatures of the game. Dr. C. W. Stiles, of Washington City, gave an illustrated lecture on the hook worm last week. Dr. Stiles has made a study of the hookworm in all the South ern States and is possessed of accurate. statistics concerning the awful ravages of this disease. He urged the co-opera tion of Jorth Carolina a leading educa tional centre in stamping out this scourge to the South. Powell Preparing His Defense. A press dispatch from Raleigh last week said thatE. E.Powell, who shot Messrs. Kitchin, Travis and Dunn, at Scotland Neck, and who is in the penitentiary for safe-keeping, has em ployed lawyers and tnese have had a talk with him. It is said that peo ple wno know rowell well have re marked that he ought to have been looked after some time ago, be cause he has long been in the habit of making threats against various persons and carried a pistol most of the time. We admire ex-Governor Glenn. He is as straight as a shingle, all wool and several yards wide, but if he has it in his bead to defeat Overman for the Senate he had as well get it out. "We hope he is not entertaining such an idea. We think too much of him. Greensboro Record. Don't Throw It Away. Clean your old and worthless furniture with soap and water. Then apply one coat of L. & M. Varnish all ready for use. It makes it new at a cost of al most nothing. Get it from Melville Dorsey, Henderson. While we do not favor Mr. Glenn's candidacy, we recognize "that he may be able to make it interesting for anybody that he goes up against. Durham Herald. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are safe, Hure and reliable, aud have been praised by thousands of women who have been restored to health through their gentle aid and curative properties. Sold by all dealers. The Record hears some most en couraging news from Mr. J. P. Cald well, who has been at Dr. Taylor's sanitarium near Morgan ton, since last fall. He is said to be improv ing, not fast but steadly, and there are strong hopes that'he will get well. Greensboro Record. SHAKE JT OFF. .. Rid Yourself of Unnecessary Burdens. A Henderson Citizen Shows You How. Don't bear unnecessary burdens. Burdens of a bad back are unnecessary. Get rid of them. Doan'a Kidney Pillscure bad back; -Cure lame, weak and aching backs; Cure every form of kidney ills. Lots of local endorsement to prove this. Mrs. L. J. Crabb, 449 Garnett St., Henderson, X. C. says: ''I have been in such good health since using Doaa's Kidney Pills that I do not hesitate to re commend them. I suffered severely from dull, nagging backaches, accompanied by sharp, shooting pains through my kidneys and 1 could not rest well. When I got up in the morning, I always felt tired and had no strength or energy to begin my day's work. The kidney secre tions were also too frequent in passage and deposited a sediment. I finally pro cured a box of Doaa's Kidney Pills from the Kerner-fuA.irfV 'a DniffStAK.K J ia-a short time I was convinced of their ctuuiiv lj cure me. ooou me DacKacne had ceased and my kidneys had become normal." For sale by all dealers. Price o0 cents. Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. V SPRDKIG OS IHELE And So Are Our New Spring Goods. It gives us pleasure to announce our readiness to show you our -Spring and Summer Line of Seasonable Merchandise, Complete in Every Department We have spared no pains to get the right goods and to show them at the right price. In this we think we have succeeded and believe you will agree that our stock comprises just what you want for your Spring outfit. Give us a chance to show you. It is necessary to go forward in a progressive country, so we have tried not to be content with what we have heretofore done but to Make This Our Banner Year. With'this idea in view we sent three buyers to the commercial centers, who used their long experience in the selecting and buying A STOCK OF GOODS THAT WE ARE NOT AFRAID TO MEET ANY COM PETITION WITH. OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST FOR NEW GOODS. OUR GOODS ARE THE BEST FOR THE PRICES. (GEO. A. 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No charge for examination. HENRY PERRY. INSURANCE Astronf? line of both I.IFK AM' HI:' COMPANIES represented. I'oli' !" """"' and risks placed to best aIvnnt.'ifi'. Office: : : : In Court Houne. Old Clothes Made New By the Henderson Pressing Club. Don't throw away .your c.M rltlie think inj? vou have worn tiieni out until you me for I can clean an.l .k -h tlem to I.k.k like new so you can wear tlnin n l""tf ,1!J you want to and then sell th-m ' r f"'"' price. Cleaning properly loi,.- i- VlT clothes but one who has had t,o -x-n-u' and does not understand l.i I."-""-"' "''j ruin your clothes before you know it. Bhould know how to do tins rk iH'.r opening a shop. I served "I'l'""'"? four years before f opened b'iwis;"' ' have been doin I.KAMV'- I'.T1' ' AND DYEIXU Hevei.teen years ''''' 'V1' how to do it. You cuu tret all kirelH .l ,. in and dyeinir done ie n- a-trood u !' pet it done in any ity. I htv-i an thankful for past, patron'-' ,,i,. solicit the further favor- oi tv fc' " who wish work in my Ii"' J. R. PRATT, Proprietor. Next door to Oorscy's Drug Store. PHONZ 360-B. r: A. G. Daniel. Wholeiale-i d Dealer la . . Shingles. Laths. Lum ber. Brick. Sash. Doors and Blinds. Full nt.a l Lowest Prices. Opp"it' rm'tb' era Grocery-Company. Henderson. N- c- It fity Barber Shop Murrell & Page. Propri'""' An Easy Shave! A "Slick" Hair Cut! natron'1 Is what you Ret every time J0 and this shop. We are experieLJed larrVice. finvfl .vprv rttBtnmir nnr verV - rr m r S Ml i Washington, D. C. ari l i kn.nv . city work. I guarantee . very joli o " ' isfactory or no pay. I make ev.Tyttiij;fc ' this line a speeialty. fi'-li !" ,"',,: shirt waists, coat nut". e.;.,v-. ' fc ' men's bats, (felt are! i'ara.wia ) nn-l Me . You need not trouble ...;. -If l 'u me, etuy at home and j.l.on- ;'"-'' ', wilt call and take out any work y:-n ' have done and d-ltv-T am promf". 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