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THJB-HENDEltSON GOLD JLJ3A1? THURSDAY, MAltdli 24, 1910.
Yovj and The State. The big State of North Carolina sees fit to keep part of its money here. Because of that it keeps a very close eye on all the workings of this Bank. Naturally this Bank would have to be run on conservative lines, because of such examination, but even if the State didn't look after our business, the character of our direc tors would insure every one patronizing us the fullest safety. Citizens Bank of Henderson, HENDERSON, N. C. VERY LOW PRICES. On Lumber, Lime, Shingles Doois. Windows, Frames, Oak , , Mantels, T:1 rU;ll r. i vauiu vjioiv-3. , JOHN B. V ATKINS. S'' .,ki: KOYAL KOM-: CKJAKS. I'.est fin- cent Citr-'ir in town. For wile THE I'ARACOX. i No l'Oll SALK ne high grale miritrlit ii;ino for Bale. Apply to j'.ox :iu-i, Henderson. II Vi: Vol; TIMKl) KOVAL ROL5K ( HJVKS? It's fine. For nale at Tin: r.MiAoox. l ull SIH'TING Rhode Island j I: "'1. 1 '! for T." cents. C. M. CROW. II Vn! WANT si Hatinfving smoke trv Knval Robe 'tears, c. For sale .,, " Till: I'ARAdON". lu;I IKSII I'OTATOFS FarlyRo.se, R-il I'.lis. Irsh Cobbler, at H. TIIOM ASO.VS 1 IT NTi:i I'.OARDKRS. I can uc commodate a few young men or iii;irri-i riiijlf8 with board and room. ( 'uti vi'Hinit to businoHH part of town, two block from railroad station and ollicc. MRS. IDA I'.ASS. S m l b nl'KNI.ViS every day ex cept Sunday, and special barirainB all tin- tutu it II. TUOMAsO.N S i i:ii:.Miii:R thj: oncxixcss at n. 1 1 T!ioFii.ison s every day except Sun day. Special bargains whenever you omii' for them. 1 1 T A I . L I ' A 1 ' I : I U X I i We are prepared Y to do wall pattering in all its brunches, and guarantee' satisfaction as to work and prices. Full line of samples from which to make selections. A postal curd or phone message will bring us with samples to your house at any time. KOKFRTCROW & SOX. S' JIIAVINCS FOR IIORSF RFDDIXU. Anv one wanting shavings for horse bedding or other purposes ean get t ln-iii at niv shop by coming aad hauli g them away. R. R. FIXKSTOX. ATllW SI'RIXd COODS Xew line of 11 Fluids. Chambreys, Dress Linens, organdies, French Hatiste, Dotted Swiss muslins. I leached Domestics. Lidi Shirt ins. Sateens, Dutch Percales, Cotton ades for pants. Sheetings cents up, ladies gents' and children's hosiery, un derwear, shoes, belts, collars, noveltv goods, etc. II. TIIOMASOX' c ii ) R D WOOD WAX T F 1 ) Several cords ofdrv pine, for cooking pur poses. Apply at this otlice. "VTi:V I-INH of C uts' and Roys' Ox lN fords, Suits. Hats, etc., just re ceived at SA.MFFL WATKIXS.' Hon. dailies It. Young, State Insur ance Commissioner, was here for a short, while Saturday, returning to Rah-igli on the afternoon train. The Singing Class from the Oxford Orphanage will give a concert in Ilen-d- isoii next Monday night, March -stli. at, the Cirand Theatre. You want to hear them. Only a few more days remain in which to pay your taxes, and if the matter is not attended to before the time is up the sheriff and the town tax collector will 'git yer" sure. Samuel Wat kins calls attention to a new line of gentlemen's and boys oxfords, suits, hats, &c, just re ceived. A splendid lineto select from nml the prices are very reasonable. Mr. Samuel Wntkins came home Saturday from Norfolk where he had been in ,-i hospital four or live weeks, and is getting on very well. lie will soon be out aLraiii attenditur to busi ness as usual. Samuel Watkins makes a great showing of New Faster suits, silks, dn ss goods, trimmings, muslins, em bididieries. tvc. Go and see the pret ty new goods and inform yourself as to natality and prices. Next Sunday will be Easter. If you have not provided yourself with a new iiat or dress, the stock at George A. Rose Company's offers a line op portunity. The variety, the quality ami the price will be to your liking. At the Episcopal church Sunday morning P.ishop Cheshire administer ed the rite of continuation to a class f about twenty persons. It was a s deimi and impressive ceremony and was witnessed by a large congrega tion. .i hit) pairs of rubber heels the '2o ivnt kind for only 5 cents the pair. 1 Ins is one of the many iuouey-sav-inir items announced for the. Bee Hive Department Store's big Easter and Spring sale beginning Saturday, March 2(3 th. Thomas A; Xewcomb call the atten tion of young men who are particu lar about their footwear, to their hue of Weber oxfords at S3. 00, .. 0 and S4- OO Xothbio- hol-tor than Chesterfield shirts, "iOo cents and si. no. Mr. W. II. Kibler, representing s'napiro & Smith, Norfolk, Ya., ma-k'-rs of hand-built mahogany furni ture, is in Henderson again this week with a larger line of photos and designs than before, which he will be tflad to show to any one interested in furniture. Phone 300 B, and he will call on you. . The concert to be given by the sing ing class from the Oxford Orphanage at the Grand Theatre Monday night, "ught to be well attended Beside getting fun value for your money, in the excellent and eniovableentertain- inent provided you will be contribu ting something to the very worthy iijsuiution tney represent. . 'hamliei Iain's Stomnrh and Liver Tablets invariably bring relief to women suffering . v 1 1 r u 1 iisu, urauacur, Liiiuus- ijess. dizziness, sallowness of the skin and uipei)Bia. bold by all dealers. Interested m Furniture? W. n. rubier, reDresentinff . . - . I Dnaniro OC Smith, Nrrf Ir - ' " ''., A. I II I I " 1 1 r I uie wen -Known builders or Southern hand-made mahoer- any furniture is in town rnrlav . .i i i- r i - wim a iciiger une or pnotos ana designs than before and will be clad to call on anv one in- t- . iJ r . ni icicsicu m rurniture. rnone 3Ub-b, and he will call on you. "Graustark." or A Love Behind A Thorne.to b presented at the Grand Theatre Thursday night, April 7th, proved to be a record breaker in out selling all other romantic novels of the same period. And according to all reports it is also proving a record breaker as a play, capacity audiences seeming to be the rule wherever the phiy is produced. The Bee-Hive Department store an nounces a grand Easter and Spring sale beginning Saturday, March 26, at 8:30 a. rn. Having bought the. entire bankrupt sale of a big New York concern some tempting bar gains are offered in clothing, shoes, hats, ladies' and gents' furnishings, dry goods and notions, novelties, &c. See red posters for prices quoted. Mr. It. L. Green, traveling repre sentative of the Ox ford Buggy .Com pany, was here Tuesday on business connected with his concern. Lew says he 6ells 'em wherever he goes, and always with the highest satis faction to those who ride in vehicles made by the Oxford Buggy Com pany. The Beacom Supply Company are local selling agents in Henderson. Notice is given that the regular monthly meeting of Henry L. Wyatt Camp, Confederate Veterans, will be held at the court" house on the first Saturday in April. Mr. A. J. Harris will deliver an address and it is earn estly desired that every Veteran be present. The public is invited to at tend and it is hoped that the oc casion will be graced by the presence of a number of ladies, members of the Daughters of the Confederacy, and others. The entertainment given by the DeKoven Male Quartette Thursday night was not up to standard. In fact it was a disappointment in many respects, in concert the singing was fairly good but individually the voices were only ordinary. And the reader? Well, there had been a change before they got here and Miss Sandall did not appear. The innocent young person who was introduced as the elocutionist probably did the best she couid but it looks like a usseless ex penditure for railroad fare to treat an audience that way. Egg Hull There will be an egg hunt given by the Sunbeams, in the Baptist grove Saturday at 4 o'clock P. M. Admis sion 10 cents. Refreshments served free. Every body invited. Young People's Day at the Baptist Church. Next Sunday, March 27th, will be observed as young people's day at the First Baptist church. Rev. II. T, Vann. D. D., president of Meredith College, and Prof. J. B. Carlyle, of Wake Forest College, will be present and deliver addresses, at 11 A. M. 3 P. M., respectively. I rom l):4. to 10:4o in the morning exercises of awarding the silver prize cup will be held. Music, recitations and other inter esting and attractive features ap- Dropnate to the occasion, bpecial exercises for the young people of the town at 8 P. M. Would Have Cost Him His Life. Oscnr Bowman. Lebanon. Ky., writes: I have used Foley's Kidney llemedy and take irrent uleasure in station it cured me per manently of kidney disease which certainly would have cost me my life." Sold by all Druggists. Attention, Confederate Veterans! The regular monthly meeting of Henry L. Wvatt ( amp. t oufederate eterans, will be held on the first Saturday in April (it being the second day) at the court house. lion. A. J. Harris will deliver the ad dress to the camp and the public. It is earnestly desired that every Veteran will be present. On the part of the Veterans we want epDeciallv to invite the public. .Mr. Har ris is nn interestinsr speaker and all should hear him. Remember that these meetings of the Veterans must in a short while cease altogether. These men an swered the call of their State and gave their all in its defense. They are fast passing nwav, they cannot recruit their ranks. The initiation into this organ ization took place on the field of battle under a baptism of hre. lour presence will encourace them. Mothers, come and bring your chil dren, let them look upon those who fought from Bethel to Appomattox and thus teach these children a lesson ot patriotism. J. T. B. HOOVER, T. B. PAIIHAM, Commander. Adjutant. Medicines that aid nature, are always most 8ucepsful. Chamberlain's Cough Rem- edv acts on this plan. It loosens the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Sold by all dealers. Mantels Doors Small "Rooms. May be quickly painted by any one with a small can of our Domestic Paints in all colors put up in open month cans, will make a door, or a mantel or any small interior work look as bright as when first painted. Get it from Melville Dorsey, Henderson. Indoor Circus. Previous to leaving to join the big show which they have engaged with this season, the Castello Family (Loafrhjins will give their indoor circus at the Grand Theatre Friday and Saturday nights, April 1st and 2nd. They are this week appearing at the Academy of Music in Durham, and the same show will be put on here. Bareback riding, trapeze and flying rings, loop walking, acrobatic feats, funny clowns, &c, by skilled artists. Five beautiful well train ed horses a real circus "in minia ture acted upon the stage. Xou know what sort of a performance Dave Loughlin and his family give and you don't want to miss it. Spring Openings. The spring openings of our merch- ants last week were very attractive among the prettiest that Henderson- has had. The George A. Rose Com pany showpd a beautiful line of dress goods and millinery; Samuel Wat- SStJf S8"1: ir??,s it..v4n,o i vti'jj iiiauu ucai -JAia. v . kj . W hite, millnerv; Thomas & New I , wwiuut? a 1 comb, dress eroods. etc.: Miss Rosa rpi 1 1 r . .. i i mumus, millinery, uneoiinpgnow i ,;,,. of f,,Q:,. p, was very prettv with its display of U V HUinv. J A XttA vv urmri r flowers and trimmed hats. This was th work of Mrs- Bidfr, and attract- pd attention and favorable comment, The stores were thronged both days, Thursday and Friday, and again it was demonstrated that in nothing are the progressive, wide awake merchants of Henderson be- hind others even of the larger cities. Made Fortune for Author and Actor "Graustark," George Barr Me- cutcneon s tnruung romance ot a love behind a throne, has not only made a fortune for the author, but for two different firms of publishers, and now promises to make a fortune lor a firm of theatrical managers, who have secured the dramatic rights for the book and are presenting the play in the leading theatres of the principal cities this season. It is conservatively estimated that more than one million people have read the book, and as there is an edition on the market now selling for fifty cents, it will probably continue to be read for some time to come. Judging by the immense crowds that turned out to 6ee this play when pre sented in iSew lork, Chicago and Philadelphia, the majority of those who read the book desired to see the story portrayed in dramatic form. "Crtaustark" will be presented in this city a t the Grand Theatre Thurs day, April t th. Death of Mrs. Walter Egerton. News of the death of Mrs. Walter Egerton of Macon, which occurred at a hospital in Norfolk Friday was received here with profound sorrow. As Miss Mattie Green of Warrenton, she frequently visited in Henderson and was well known and very popu lar here. In later years as the devo ted wife of one of Macon's most esti mable citizens and the proud mother of two splendid children, a eon, Doug lass, and a daughter, Mrs. George Rhodes of Esterville, Iowa, she was even more widely acquainted and more greatly beloved if possible. She was a lovely and attractive woman, as beautiful in character as she was in person, of a bright and vivacious nature and sunny disposition, ex tracting pleasure from everything and radiating sunshine on all about her, and was a general favorite with those who claimed her acquaintance and friendship. Airs. F.gerton was a daughter oi the late Dr. Simon Green of Warren ton, and beside her husband and children, she is survived by her moth er, one brother, Kev. Ldward P. Green of South Carolina, and two sisters, Mrs. (Dr.) L. J. Picot of Littleton, and Mrs. r. B. Slade of Hamilton. The body was brought to Warren ton and buried at 3:30 Saturday afternoon, from the Episcopal church, of which she was a faithful member. A Night Alarm. AVorse than an alarm of fire at night is the metallic cough of croup. Careful mothers keep r oley s Honey and Tar in the house and give it at the first sign of danger. Foley's Honey and Tar has saved many little lives. No opiates. Sold by all Druggists. Rates to the Confederate Reunion The following rates will be given to those wishing to attend the Confed erate Veterans Reunion, to be held at Mobile, Ala., April 2G-28: I rom Durham lo. Uo " Oxford 1G.30 " Henderson lG.oo Henderson lu.ou Raleigh 15,25 Greensboro 11.55 Capt. Bogardus Again Hits the Bull's Eye. The world famous rifle shot who holds the championship record of 100 pigeons in 100 consecutive shots is living at Lincoln. 111. Recently interviewed, he says: '"I have suf fered a long time with kidney and bladder trouble and have used several well Known kidnev medicines all of which cave me no re lief until I started taking Foley's Kidney Pills. Before I used Foley s Kidney 1'ills 1 was subjected to severe backache and pains in mv kidneys witu suppression ana oiren- times a cloudy voiding. hile upon arising in the morning I would get dull headaches Now I have taken three bottles of Foley's Kidnev Till and feel 100 per cent better. 1 am never bothered with my kidneys or bladder and once more feel like my own self. All this I owe solely to Foley's Kidney Pi'ls and al ways recommend them to my fellow suffer ers. oiu Dy an lmiggisis. "THE LADIES' STORE. NEW SPRING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. In many essentials the pret tiest line we have yet shown. Everything in Dress Goods, Trim mings, Notions, White Goods, Ready Made Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Novelties, &c. A careful examination of our poods and a comparison of prices is earnestly invited. MRS. MIS SILLIER. Prominent Telegraph and Telephone Officials Here. A party of Western Union Tele graph Company officials from New lork on& tour of the bouth, stop ped off in Henderson Sunday and were entertained bv Mr. J. P. Taylor, President, and Mr. F. C. Toepleman, General Manager, of the Home Tele phone and Telegraph Company, Hou. A. C. Zollicofferi Mr. J. D. Cooper. Mr. Alex Cooper, Mr. Cr II. Turner, Mr. A. II. Cheek, Mr. S. P. Cooper and others. During the afternoon the party were taken over the citv in automobiles. In the party were Mr. Edward J. Hall, Chairman of the Executive Committee, Mr. Belvidere Brooks, General Manager; Mr. Frank A. Pick ernell, Assistant to the Chairman; Mr. b. M. Williams, Special Agent; Mr- J. Levin, Superintendent of the Southern Division; and Mr. L. J. Maxwell, superintendent at luch mond. Major W. T. Gentry, of At lanta, President of the Southern Bell Telephone Company, accompanied the party from Richmond to Atlanta, Mr. Brooks, who is making his first tour sinc hfi was mmlA ffmpral man o ager, said: .T,t,l..l, TTn: ,l lucic.mpuo.toujuuucijmu StfltP s nt thp hpr nn riff nf a now - F- " n . . era of development, which will make the wire so convenient, so advan tageous that it will become as much a part of everyday life as the tele- phone or the mail, "One of the greatest benefits to the South in telegraph service is to come from the new connection be tween the telegraph and the tele phone. When our plans are perfect ed we shall be able to erive to the public better advantages for quick and perfect communication by wire than ever before. The new con nection between the telephone and telegraph is not in any sense one of substitution. It is supplementary. One is auxiliary to the other. Each will occupy a distinct and well de fined field, the telegraph between cen ters of density and for long distances; the telephone for short distances and for collection and distribution. In the past many of the smaller com munities have been practically isolat ed at night from communication with the rest of the world because the tel egraph office has been closed. Our ultimate object is to put the whole country, even the remote farm house, within the possibility of continuous communication day and night with every other section. The combined use of the telegraph and telephone will do this." Fully nine out of every teu cases of rheu matism is simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism, neither of which require any internal treat ment. All that is needed to afford relief is the free application of Chamberlain's Lini ment. Give it a trial. You are certain to be pleased with the quick relief which it af fords. Sold by all dealers. Adkins-Elmore. Cards which read as follows have been sent to friends at a distance. (No cards in town.) Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas Elmore invite you to be present at the marriage of their daughter Caroline, to Dr. Elmer Hall Adkine, Wednesday, April the sixth at high noon The First Baptist Church Henderson, North Carolina. Ji.t home after April the twentieth, Rosemary, North Carolina. Miss Elmore is an attractive and ac complished young lady, very popular nere, as she is wherever she goes. Dr. Adkins is a prominent physician of Roanoke Rapids, N. C, and has many friends who wish for him much happi ness and success. Harmony of Dress. A beautiful woman also studies the harmony of painting a well kept home; takes care to nave the bouse painted with paint that will continue to look bright, clean and fresh looking. The L. & M. never becomes dingy, because only chemically pure colors are used; only the finest Y hue Oxide made from metal; only the finest White Lead; only the purest Linseed Oil; only expert paint makers produce it with machinery a thousand gallons at a time. Contrast this with the costly and crude produc tion of White Lead Paint maid by hand labor with a stick in a pot a few gal lons at a time. L. & M. is sold by Mel ville Dorsey, Henderson. v 1171 11 II White Vf. Vf. IT IlllU Begs to announce that she has returned from Baltimore and New York where she has been selecting her Spring and Sum mer stock of MILLINERY. Mrs. White has secured Miss Travers of Baltimore, for her Milliner this season and wishes to say that she is quite an artist in the profession. No better Trimmer or Designer has ever been in Henderson. H. L. PERRY, Attorney at Law, Henderson, N. C. Office 137 ---- Main Street. TRY OUR Hot Chocolate, 5c. the cup with Whipped Cream. -o- New Garden Seed Just Received. Kerner-MacNair Co., Prescription Druggists. Phone 112. A Beautiful Play Presented by a Strong Company. No play baa so electrified the theatri cal world in a decade as "Graustark," George D. Baker's dramatisation of George Barr McCntcheon'a novel of that name, which comes to the Grand Thea tre Thursday, April 7th. This book has been widely read and many are familiar with the captivating story. It deals with the adventures of a daring Ameri can and a ''Princess and unfolds a nar rative of "A Love Behind a Throne." The play is in live acts and mounted with a lavish equipment of scenic effects and costumes, and interpreted by a cast of players that are seldom seen away from the Broadway theatres. Both company and play have been showered with praise by critics in other cities, and it is said that "Graustark, sets a standard by which all .dramatized novels will be judged in the future. "Mr. McCutcheon has given us a play that surpasses his 'Brewster's Millions'. What will he do next?" says a critic. There is no doubt of what this author can do, and his readers are anxiously awaiting the date ol "uraustark s en gagement in this city, and it should be the theatrical event of the season. Death of a Worthy Colored Woman nancy xtowiana, wne oi oonn i Rowland, a well known colored mer chant of the town, died Friday night after a long sickness. She had been sick five or six months but it was not until within the past few weeks that she gave up work and was confined to her bed. Nancy Rowland was a worthy and respected woman of her race and many white as well as col ored friends sorrow at her death. She was an industrious, hard work ing woman, polite, respectful, kind hearted and accommodating and had the confidence and good will of all who knew her. She was a good wife and true helpmeet, the control- mg force and friend maker or the lit tle business conducted by her hus band and herself and by him she will be especially missed. The funeral was held from Blessed Hope Baptist church, of which she was a faithful and consistent mem ber Jor a number of years, Monday afternoon. Owing to awaiting the arrival of some of her people who live in the North this was delayed somewhat. There was a large at tendance and manifestations of sor row and respect were marked. District Convention of Odd Fellows The Ninth District convention of the Independent Order of Odd Fel lows will be held with Zeb B. Vance Lodge, No. 183, Henderson, this af ternoon and tonight. The conven tion will be called to order at 2:30 P. M. After the routine business has been disposed of, calling the roll of lodges, enrolling delegates, reading minutes of the last meeting, reports of the delegates, etc., Mr. R. S. McCoin will speak on "Our Duty to the Goldsboro Orphanage," and Mr. W. II. Overton of Durham, and Mayor Henry T. Powell will explain the query, "What does the Second Degree of Odd Fellowship Teach Adjournment will be taken until the night session and at 5 o'clock the visitors will be given an automobile ride over the city, Mr. R. S. McCoin, conductor. At 7:30 the Lodge will open for a short business session, followed by the opening of the District conven tion. Mayor Powell will deliver the address of welcome and Mr. W. H Overton will respond on behalf of the visiting brethren. There be will talks on timely topics and free discussion of the question, "Is the Ninth Dis trict making any Improvements; Mr. Overton will tell about the "Status of the Ninth District," and a banquet will end the convention and the evening s festivities. HONOR ROLL Sixth Grade, Central Qraded School, for Week Ending March i8th. Aline Hughes 100 Kathleen Benton 97 Elizabeth Dorsey 97 Muriel Craven 9G Paul Keller 96 Lucy Tunstall 95 Rowena Evans 95 Norwood Thomas 95 Benton Royster 95 Ruth Carter, 95 Janie Royster 95 Francis Harris 95 Are you frequently hoarse? Do you have that annoying tickling in your throat? Does your cough annoy you at night, and do you raise mucus in the morning? Do you want relief? If so, take Chamberlain s Cough Remedy and you will be pleased. Sold by all dealers. SAY! YOUNG MAN! don't fail to see that new line of WEBER OXFORDS AT - $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00, AND Chesterfield Shirts -AT-50c, 75c, and $1.00. NONE BETTER. Thomas & Newcomb. IMPORTANT NOTICE Last Gall for Taxes! Unless your taxes are paid by APRIL 1st, 1910, I shall be com pelled to ADVERTISE yonrproperty in the Gold Leaf and sell the same. Take Notice., and pay by the date mentioned, as after that time cost will be addpd for the levy and adver tising. This is 8trietly business. The law must be complied with and the taxes collected. THIS MLAMs YOU, my friend, as well as others. 1 word to those concerned ought to be sufficient. JOS. S. ROYSTER, Sheriff of Vance County. Concert Tour Oxford Orphanage Singing Class. The Gold Leaf has pleasure in print ing the following article sent us by Col. W. J. Hicks, superintendent of the Ox. ford Orphanage. The Sininnjr Class of 1910 from the Oxford Orphanage will start on its first or Eastern concert tour next week, giv ing their nrst concert in Henderson Mon day night, March 28th. The first tour will close before June 24th. the date of the annual Saint Johu's Day exercises on the grounds of the institution. year the end of July the second or Western tour will begin. lbese annual concerts have reached a really high standard of excellence. The children and those who accompany tnem represent a cause very near to the hearts of our people. Even if the tour and entertainments were not in- the interest of a great work, the char acter of the concerts would merit large and liberal patronage. An admission lee is. as a rule, charcred and for this the children certainly give full value and more. The funds brought to this institution through these tours help much in its maintenance. Today it is providing lor 330 children and, since it was establish ed in SJ2- bytue Grand Lodge of Ma sone of North Carolina, more than 2,G(H 00 girls and boys have come directly under its blessed ministry. Never have the benefits of this noble institution been re stricted to the children of Masons. The primary conditions of admission have always been the destitution, the need of tne children. While the mawacrement of the Oxford Orphanage strive to exercise the strict est economy consistent with effectiveness m the work, we have information that an increase to its annual income is now essential for it maintenance even up to its present standard of efficiency. Surely our wnole people will see to it that this work is not restricted because of lack of financial support. Uur people will delight to patronize tne concerts soon to be given. It is our privilege to continue to assist in this and in any other way a cause so worthy. CASTELLO FAMILY AT DURHAM. diving Clever Performances In The Bull City This Week-Indoor Circus Better Than is Seen in Host Tent Shows. Mr. D. C. Loughlin and his family (the celebrated Castello Family of riders, acrobats and aerialists), are this week giving an indoor circus at the Academy-of Music in Durham. Mr. Dave Loughlin took the horses five in number and all beauties over Saturday, and the first performance was given Monday night. The Sun next day said this which will not be without interest from the fact that they are Henderson people whose per formances it mentions: The indoor circus at the Academy of Mucic last nic-nt did not draw the crowd it should, but those present thoroughly appreciated the stunts performed by the celebrated Castello Family. This is what is to be considered a one-nnjr circus and tHe periormers are numbered among the best in the world. There is all kinds of bareback riding and trapeze work, which will be the more appreciated from the fact that the leading performers are North Larolina people, the .Loughlins of Henderson. This family is something of a wonder in trapeze acting and bareback riding and certainly deserves the applause given each performance last night. There are twelve acts to the show, lhe most thrilling and dangerous act was the slide for life by the dare devil Chas. Cas tello, who slid down a rope on his toes with his head banging down, lhe rope was stretched from the dome of the thea tre to the rear of the stage. Another great feature of the show was the riding of Mile. Ada and David Castello upon two bareback horses. These two people are experts in that line and perform their feats gracefully, 'lnat part of it when David Castello stood with a foot on each horse and rode with Mile Ada Cas tello on his shoulders brought great ap plause. The trapeze work of Chas. Cas tello is very good and deserves special mention. Any person not seeing this indoor cir cus will miss a good chance to see some 01 the best acting of this kind to be seen in any large circus, as each of these per formers have been with some of the lug gest shows in the country for many years. There will be matinees every aite! noon at A o clock and tne nigut per formance will begin at 8:30 o'clock. It is something you should not miss. $100 Reward, $100. The roaders of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded dis ease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall s Ca tarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh beimr a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. IIall"8 Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting direc tly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system, therebv destrovinir the foundation of the disease, and giving tne patient strengtn ny building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for testimo nials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists. ioc. Take Hall's Family Pflls for constipation. NOTICE. Sale of Prww- A S ii tate of Owen Davis, deceased, I shall, on Wednesday, April 6th, 1910, sell at public auction for rash, near the Sea board Air Line Freight Depot in the town of Henderson, . C. the personal property lonarintt to the said estate, consisting of one horse, rubber tire buggy, wagon, medicine wagon, buggy and wagon harness, house hold and kitchen furniture, farming utensils, etc. This loth March, 1910. SAMUEL, D. YOLW'O. Administrator Estate Owen Davis, de ceased. " - A. C . Zollicoffer, Attorney. Trustee's Sale. DXDER AND BY VIRTUE OF THE power of Hale in a Deed of Trust exe cuted on the ltta day oi septni tier, by Robert Myrick, and recorded in book i, oact 449. Vance County Register's office, default having been-made in payment there of. 1 shall sell for cash at the Court House door in Henderson, on Monday, April 18th, 1910, the following lot of land, to-wit: Begin at an iron stake in Tan Yard street, Richard firec-orv's corner, and run thence along said Tan Yard street X. 364 W. 55 feet toJacQb Hnnt'n line S 52V W 105 feet to a stake: thence S. 36V E. 55 feet to stake, Richard Gregory's corner; thence X, 5214 E. 105 feet 10 DegiDEing This March 16th, 1919. J. C. KITTRELL, Trustee. NOTICE. T HAVE THIS DAY-QCALIFED AS EX- JL ecti'or of the estate of the late Mrs. Lelia A. Sturges before the Clerk of the Superior Court of Vance County, and this is to notify all persons holding claims against the estate to present tnem to me on or De fore the 15th day of March, 1911, or this notice will be pleaded as a bar to the recovery of the same. Persons indebted to the said estate are requested to make prompt settlement. This the 15th day of March, 1910. WILLIAM H. 8TCRGES, Executor Estate Mrs. Lelia A. Sturges. A. C. Zollicoffsr, Attornev. One Million Dollar Loan. Several days ago our good fellow townsman. Mr. Henry Sweitzer, went into the First National Bank and the following conversation followed: Sweitzer: "I want to borrow a million dollars." Bank Officer: "All right, sir, have you good paper?' Sweitzer "Yes sir. I have the New Yorlk World. Isn't that a good paper?" Bank Officer "It is a good paper of its kind." Sweitzen "I would have offered you the HENDER SON GOLD LEAF but I thought you would prefer New York Exchange." THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Henderson, N. C. S. R. HARRIS, HENRY PERRY, S. T. PEACE, President. Vice-President. Cashier. YOUR UNCLE. SAM Uses SHELDON TOM-POM AXLES City driving: and the asphalt test isn't the real test It's the slow, weary grin J with through -nud and saad sud slusu draft el a vehicle. The majority r.f L'nc'.a Sr.V. their ri(s with lon-Dou Axles lor the nnglo purpose cl reducing thdrait. . 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