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? A BUSINESS Be Sore tr 1 If Yea Wist You are right by first writing an ad verlisement setting forth the bargain.? you of fer, and insert it in the GOLD LEAF. Thus prepared for bus iness, jou can Then Go Ahead. ADYERT1SIN6 THAT IS ' Worth Hating To reach the people of Hen derson and- sur rounding coun try, let them know the induce ments you hold out to get their trade by a well displayed adver tisement in IS THE FQUXOAT'iON or SUCCESS IX 1MV Diiemree Is Worth Advertising KVKKY DAV s IN THE YEAR. Ji Till 6QLD LEAF THAD R. HANKING, Publisher. " Carolina; Carolina, HjEATEasr's Blessings Attend Her, SUBSCRIFTIOK $UQ Cash. VOL. XXIX. HENDERSON, N. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1910, NO. 10. a le st 6.00! (it1 3.011 2.0f 4,V A-H AH .4.01 4.IHI 4.01 .3' .8-' .3-' ,.5.0 .3 5l ..s.s S 51 5.0 li.0i lf?l 2.H re-1 o Rest Day or Night would lay awake for hours without any apparent cause, or ilrc.-ini terrible dreams which would bring on extreme spells ut nervousness. After taking Dr. Miles' Nervine and Tonic for awhile I could sleep well, and the nervous spells have left me." MISS ALMA HUG, R. R, No. 4, Canal Dove?; Ohio. Without sleep the nervous sysu-m soon becomes a wreck, and the healthful activity of all the organs obstructed. Restful, body-building sleep 'accompanies tlx: use of Dr. Miles' Nervine because it soothes the irritable nerves, and restores nervous energy. When taken a few days according to directions, the most restless sufferer will find sleep natural and healthful. Get a bottle from your druggist. Take it all according to directions, and if it docs not benefit he will re turn your monev. Your Property Represents Money, ami your mercantile credit is based on what you own. In ten minutes a fire can wipe out tin- savings of yeara. Then look to your FIRi: INSURANCE. Ibid you not. better make sure NOW t li.it, you havea strong policy? If vour policy bears the label of the riTiZKNS BANK it is equivalent to a. certified cheek in case of a fire. We want your business. Insurance Department Citizens Bank. T. B. BULLOCK, Manager. Foiled ill What They Will Do for You They will cure your backache, strengthen your kidneys, cor rect urinary irregularities, build up the worn out tissues, and eliminate the excess uric acid that causes . rheumatism. Pre vent Bright's Disease and Dia bates, and restore health and strength. Refuse substitutes. For Sa.Ie by all Druggists. fTT brick co. If r WELDON, N. C. Manufacturers of BRICK OF ALL KINDS FIRE RRICK a SPECIM-TV. P-i),,, Prompt attention given orders. J. J. BETSCH. Henderson, N. C. Local Agent. .51 Says: "I know what is good for young and old peo ple," writes Mrs. Clara Dykstra, a trained nurse of South Bellingharn, Wash., "and will say that I consider Cardui the best medicine for girls and women. It makes them feel like new persons, re lieves their pain and reg ulates womanly troubles. "Both my daughter and 1 received great benefit" u E51 N Nurse n IjjjjjrftflF Mil Take The Woman's Tonic 13 As a medicine for fe male trouble, no medi cine you can get has the old established reputation, that Cardui has. Fifty (50) years of suc cess prove that it has stood the greatest of all tests the test of TIME As a tonic for weak wo men, Cardui is the best, be cause it is a woman's tonic liable. Try Cardui. f Why Lee Was Chosen. STATUE OF CONFEDERATE COM ' MANDER PLACED IN STAT UARY HALL Beside Washington Because People of Virginia Today Believe Lee Was the Great est Virginian After Wash ington, While Some of Them Go Even Further and Think that Lee Excelled Washing ton in Generalship and in Those NobleVersonal Traits . Which Make a Man Truly Great. Iticbmoml Tiuit'H-Diniatvh. The recent howling of the (j A. R. Posts in Massachusetts has not met with the approval of good men in that State, and the attempt on the part of the Massachusetts veterans to wave the bloody shirt has led to some plain talk by the men whose opinion is worth anything. Even the Boston Globe is inclined to think the veterans might profitably have kept their mouths shut, although it doubts that Lee's statue should be placed in the Hall of Fame. It says on this Kubjeet: "Has any Virginian, Washington, of course, accepted, surpassed Jeffer son, Madison and Monroe in service to their countrymen? Is it not too early lo hazard a guess that the fame of General Lee will transcend theirs? Can anything in the nature of the achievements of the com mander of the Army of Northern v lrginia excel in durability the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States or the Monroe doctrine? Yet what power can prevent the power of to day from assigning to whom it pleases the wreath offame? Perhaps a statue to General iee is not an evi dence that Virginians think he was the Virginian next greatest to Wash ington, but that he was the greatest Virginian of the era in which he lived, and is especially loved by them for his matchless leadership of a cause still sentimentally dear to them." Virginia was not at all particular about placing Lee's statue in the Hall, because the State did not think the reputation of the Southern com mander would be particularly in creased by association with most of the names in the Hall of Fame; but the State placed Lee beside Wash ington because the State today believes that Lee was the greatest Virginian after Washington. Some of our people go even further and think that Lee excelled Washington in generalship and in those noble personal traits which make a man truly great. Virginia believes, that Lee should stand above Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Marshall and a host of other men far better than most of those who grace or disgrace the nail of Fame; and Virginia be lieves this not so much for what Lee did, in comparison with the other illustrious sons of this State, but for what he was. Lee, the man, is greater than Jefferson, the man, and Lee the man is greater as a man than Jeffer son the statesman was great as a statesman. This is, as the Globe says, the judgment of the present generation, not of the ages; but the qualities for which Virginia and the South ad judges General Lee to be great are the qualities of eternal greatness not the glory of a single political achievement, of the winning of a single great victory. The present Virginians, removed a generation from the time of General Lee's death, are probably as able to judge of these qualities as will be the men of the third or the fourth generation, though General Lee's greatness will grow, with each succeeding age. It is possible that Virginia will produce another man greater even than Lee, as the Globe suggests in another part of the article quoted. In such a case, there will be a new place for him. Yet such a man will be the child not of a generation, but of a civilization. Virginia is satisfied that Washington and Lee will stand as the two representatives of this State, and she is sure that her choice is lasting and lust, especially when 6he sees that a great Commonwealth like Massachusetts gives its places of honor to Samuel Adams and John Winthrop, men whose' greatness has been almost forgotten. Local Merchants and Mail Order Houses. It behooves the local merchant to exert himself to meet the competi tion, constantly growing more at tractive to the unthinking, of the big mail order housesin the cities. And as the spring season opens the country is being flooded with alluring catalogs bidding for trade. Of course the bargains at home are better when you consider that the home merchant gives you personal attention and the chance to return goods that are not what was rep resented. But the public forgets this, trade has to be drummed, and the most efficient drummer for the home merchant is the local newspa per. If your Momacn, Heart, or Kidneys are weak, try at least, a few doses only of Dr. Shoop's Restorative. In five or ten days only, the result will surprise you. A few cents will cover the cost. And here is why help comes eo quickly. Dr. Shoop doeeD't drug the Stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. Dr. Shoop's Kestorative goes directly to the weak and failing nerves Each organ has its own controlling nerve. When these nerves fail, the depending organs must of necessity falter. This plain yet vital truth, clearly tells why or. Mioop Restorative is so universally successful. Its success is leading druggists "everywhere to give it universal preference. A test will surely tell. Bold at The Paragon, H. E Thrower) Proprietor. About Preventing Disease. Monroe Journal. In the Watts hospital at Durham Mrs. Luev Holt has just died of typhoid fever. Her husband died two weeks ago. Her little daughter died a few days ago, and her brother is desperately ill. All from an epi demic of typhoid fever. Everybody ought to read up on the subject of such fearful diseases as typhoid, com gumption, pneumonia and the like, and the rules of sanitation that pre vent the spreading of the same. The subject of sanitation and the general rules of health should receive treat ment in the schools. Why. in the world should an intelligent and read ing people be so ignorant on the vital subjects that they are called upon every day to deal with and which mean life and death? A book on Rheumatism, and a trial treat ment of Dr. Snoop's Rheumatic Remedy liquid or tablets is being Bent free to suffer ers by Dr. Shoop, of Racine, Wis. You that are welt get thin book for some discouraged, disheartened sufferer! Do a simple act of humanity! Point out this way to quick and eertain relief! Suprise some sufferer, by first petting from me the booklet and the tost. Ha will appreciate your aid. The Paragon, H. EJThrower, Proprietor. STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION. Executive Committee Busy Arrang ing Programme Additional Speak ers Announced Entertainment of Visitors. Wilmington Star, 22nd. The executive committee of the North Carolina Press Association is now busy arranging the programme for the annual convention which will be held at Tarrymore Hotel, Wrights ville Beach, June 8th to 10th, inclu sive, with a large attendance of the newspaper men of the State. Local newspaper men will begin at once making arrangements for an elabor ate entertainment of the distinguish ed visitors. A meeting of the executive commit tee was held in Charlotte Tuesdayat which the programme for the conven tion was considered. Rev. J. (). At kinson, of Elan College, president, and Mr. J. "B. Sherrill, of Concord, secretary and treasurer, were present in person and other members were represented by proxies. Arrange ments are being made for a conven tion of the State Good Roads Asso ciation at Wrightsville on the same date of the press meeting and the plan is to entertain the two bodies together. Among those who have already ac- peepted invitations to deliver address es at the convention are Dr. to. A. Knapp, of Washington, probably the most distinguished agricultural ex pert in the country; ex-Judge R. W. Winston, of Raleigh; Dr. V. o. Kan kin, secretary of the State Board of Health, who will speak on "The Ap peal of Public Health to the Press"; President Henry Louis bmith, or Da vidson College, "The Mutual Rela tionship Between the Editor and the Educator"; Congressman J. H. Small, 'Waterways and Transportation ; Mr. R. M. Philips, of the Daily News, Greensboro; Rev. HC. Moore, editor Biblical Recorder, Raleigh; Mr. Jose phus Daniels, Raleigh News and Ob server; Mr. R. W. Vincent, Charlotte Daily Observer; Col. Wade H. Harris, Charlotte Evening Chronicle. Should be Defeated Overwhelm ingly. Statesville Landmark. Gov. Patterson, of Tennessee, who has become notorious if not infamous bv his course in granting the Cooper pardon, announces that he will seek .v.. , 1 - t t" a renominanon ac me nanus ui uis party and a re-election as a vindica tion of his course. The term of the Governor of Tennessee is two years and Patterson is serving a second term. His candidacy for a third term is unusual. It is now up to the citi zens of Tennessee, regardless of poli tics, who love law and order, who favor justice and equality before law to see to it that this man does not further disgrace the State of Tennes see by occupying its chief office. In such a crisis party names count as nothing. . Senator Simmons' Good Work. Albemarle Enterprise. The $500,000 as extra approba tion secured by Senator Simmons for the inland water-way from Nor folk to Beaufort inlet; thus cutting off Cape Hatteras, was a notable achievement for the Senator. The Old North State, which has long been debarred by the forces of nature, will now be placed on an eqwal foot ing with other seaboard states in coastwise navigation. Se-goiDg ves sels will now take the peaceful in land route while Hatteras rages and chafes for, its prey. But we must not neglect in this connection to accord all the honor due that tireless worker, Hon. Jno. H. Small, who has con stantly kept the scheme before Con gress for the last ten years. A New York physician has render ed an opinion, in the case of a youth arraigned for a horrible crime, that the defendant is a moral but not a legal imbecile. That is to say, while he is a degenerate lacking jn moral sense, he has power to distinguish the quality and nature of his acts is not "insane" to theextent that he doesn't know what he iidoing and is there fore legally responsible. Good diag nosis. This sort of thing needs to be applied to the insanity pleas in North Carolina and elsewhere. Statesville Landmark. Diarrhoea should be cured without loss of time and by a medicine which like Chamber Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy not only cures promptly but produces no un pleasant after effects. It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take. SoU by all deal ers. Raid and dvrt! In Gold Leaf. Pur Grapes 3 Az give the most valuable ingnf ffVvl c0m&kmM dw. &e active principle, to " lll j nWKffillTO ri (ProductIof4'the!Oxford;Buggy dompoLny) LIGHT RUNNING , TRADl "The Vehicle With Pedigree." Strongly Built, Handsome, Durable. Runs Easy, Rides Easy. The popular favorites wherever sold. You'll understand if you investigate. Oxford Buggy Company's buggies are sold in Henderson by The Beacom Sipply Co. Blue bloods every one. Made of Car olina and Virginia tobaccos pedigreed leaf blended exquisitely. The acme of southern Mild and Satisfying 1 0 for Sc Baseball picture and a valuable coupon in each :kage Old Mill packed TINFOIL THE AMERICAN i earettesne . cyWSmM P&k HOME MADE CORN WHISKEY Distilled in Franklin County, Distillery, No. 4 3 My Copper Distilled Corn Whiskey prices as follows: 100 proof 1 gallon and jug and box $2.00. 2 gallons and jug andlaox 4.00. 3 gallons and jug and box - 6.00. 4 gallons and jug and box 8.00. 4 1 -2 gallons and jug and box 9.00. 1-2 gallon and jug and box 1.00. You send me your orders and if my Corn Whiskey don't suit you can. return it to me and I will pay the charges both ways and re fund your money by first mail. A. E RAKES, Distiller. R. F. RAKES, R. L. D. Rocky Mount, Franklin County, Va. P. S. Please mention that .you 6aw advertisement in this paper when ordering. 3 3 Mi E IlCS HARK 'THERE'S A REASON." y spy- cultivation. OA LAAAAA,AAAAAAfcAaA,AAAAAA,AAAAAA -- t t t t Va., by A. B. Rakes, 297. I1 S vr ill v l tobacco co. rrffif4mkI NICKLE MINING DEVELOPMENT. United States Steel Corporation Inter estedin North Carolina Properties Will Develop Nickel Mines In This State. News and Observer. If expectations are realized, North Carolina may become an important factor in preventing the many rail road -wrecks of the country. If the nickle mines that are reported to ex . ist in this State become profitable, lust uuiucu oiaics olcci uuruurauiuu may be doing business in this section soon. It is found that the rails used at present are too brittle. They need nickle m tneir composition, and the steel trust are looking for mines. Nickle is scarce and most of that mined is used in armor plate for bat tie ships. At the present price of nickle it would increase the cost of steel rails too much to Harvevize them, but if the claim of North Car olina tnat nickle can be mined in it' . j . , .-rv tnis state at a cost ot z per ton is true, it will not be long before the steel tru3t will be in business here. ic is said tnat nickle can De mined with profit in several places in West ern North Carolina, namely, Alex ander, Webster and Ash, on account of tbe presence of certain minerals that always accompany the ore. The mineral and metal resouces of North Carolina are now only in the infancy of their development, but the State Ueologist is paying much attention to the matter, and it is believed that it will not be long before a favorable report on nickle deposits will be is sued. States may dry up, but the plat- iorm politicians never! A Reasonable Argument. Durham Herald. We were opposed to prohibition at the time of its adoption and are op posed to it yet, but in all fairness it should be given a fair trial and if there is any good in it we are entitled to it. . . Edison Perfects Electric Storage Battery. Albemarle Enterprise. Thomas Edison has 4een working upon a storage battery, and it seems that his predictions of ten years ago have now been fulfilled. A New York street car has been experimenting with, the new battery, and the tests have shown practical results and gains. Under the existing plans of operation the ordinary car costs for electrical energy about five cents a mile or ten times what the Edison car costs. The device offers both economy and convenience, and it is destined to work a revolution in the street car and automobile business in the near future, since the success of the invention is already assured, and Mr. Edison preserves his right to the title of electrical wizard. Finley. Charlotte Chronicle. In Washington, a few days ago, The Chronicle paid its respects to Mr. W.W. Finley, president of the South ern Railway Company, its object being to give him a message of ap preciation from the people of the South in the matter of his speeches and writings by way of encourage ment to agricultural and industrial progress. Mr. Finley is great as a railroad president and he is great in another way. lie recognizes the fact that the prosperity of his railroad depends upon the prosperity of the country it traverses and the pros perity of both. In the brief moment of passing the time o' day, he en quired particularly if the agricultural communities of the South were keep ing pace with the development of the cities and was informed that they were not only doing that, but were giving the cities a race. And this is a fact, for improved machinery and scientific management of the soil has taken hold of tbe farmers of the South and they are awake, up and doing. Mr. Finley's co-operation in this great work is making itself felt. Saved from the Grave. I had about given up hope, after nearl four years of coffering from a severe lung trouble," writes Mrs. M. L. Dix, of Clark s ville, Tenn. "Often tbe pain in my rbet would be almost unbearable and I could not do any work, but Dr. King's New DisoTery has made me feel like a new person. It is the best medicine made for the throat and lungs." Obstinate ronghs, stubborn colds, hay ferer, lagrippe, asthma, croup, bronchi tis and hemorrhages, hoarseness and whoop ing cough, yield quickly to this wonderful medicine. Try it, 50c and 91.00. Trial bot tles fn. Onuranteed by Melville Dorsey. The Awakened South. ERA OF PROSPERITY AND DE- VEL0PMENT JUST FAIRLY CEGUN. Conditions Today Contrasted With Those of a Decade Ago Not Only Astonishing but Profoundly Impressive Se cret of the Souths Present Progress and Great Promise of the Future Easy Enough to Fathom A Section that is Busy Doing Things and w W . mm Keeping Its Money at Home. Washington Herald. v The one who investigates, even carelessly and superficially, will find the secret of the South's present pro gress and great promise of the future easy enough to fathom. The cor toasting of conditions today with those of a decade ago are not aston ishing only they are profoundly and lastingly impressive. The South is keeping its money at home. iSot the sum total, perhaps, but more and more of it every day. By and by, all of it approximately, will stay there. A few years back the South pro duced much raw material, but it did not manufacture. Cotton its great staple brought a larere influx of wealth into Dixie annuallv, but it im mediately went back East in payment for things the South could not get at home. Nowadays, the South is learn ing to trade with itself, all the way from the cotton field to the clothing store. Over one-half of the cotton grown in the South is now manufac tured in the South. It is only a ques tion of time until the whole of the cotton crop will be manufactured there. Hand in band with this expansion of the manufacturing interests down Dixie way goea the safe and sane ex ploitation of the South's financial in stitutions. Its banking houses are multiplying by leaps and bounds; its life and fire insurance companies are waxing stronger and stronger every year. A veritable flood or golden dol lars, once flowing apparently for evertoward New York and New England, now spreads itself around and about its own clime and nour ishes its home soil in a way that soil has never before been nourished. Are the young men of the South seeking fields of endeavor in other sections today? They are not; they do not have to! At home the wages are as good or better; the work as honorable, and the outlook, at least, as rosy as anywhere else on earth. The developing manhood of Dixie is standing pat on Dixie and well it may. It holds a hand hard to beat. Far from losing anything with re spect to its assets of this character, the South is calling its exiles home in hundreds of instances, and the call is being answered. No wonder the whole country looks toward this awakened section and predicts for it a tomorrow of tre mendous things. The South is help ing itself within itself. It is keep ing what it gets, and it is getting what it can. Its overflow presently will serve merely to increase its home surplus. It is utilizing all of its waste or that which it once considered waste. It is hard to see how the South can fail to win out handsomely, so long as it plays the game after its present fashion. Back to the Farm. Carthage Blade. What all other inducements fail to do in getting people to go back to the farm is being accomplished in some sections by the high price of living and the good price obtained for farm produce. People in the cities are feeling the pinch of living as never before. Salaries remain statiopary or nearly so while the prices of neces saries of life are soaring. Putting two and two together many have reached the sensible conclusion that it is far better to be producers and live comfortably in the country than to be consumers and half starve on a meager salary in the city. . . Prompt relief in all canes of throat and lung trouble if you ue Chamberlain's Coogb Remedy. Pleasant to take, soothing and healing in effect. Hold by all dealers. Sheep Railing Might be Profitable Bat for the Dogs. (Jreenville Reflector. Now and then the newspapers make some mention of the profit that would come to North Carolina through sheep raising. What they say is true enough, but the one bar rier to this industry is the dog. As long as a people think more of sorry dogs than they do of sheep, as is the case with North Carolina, the sheep will have a poor showing. The State is losing thousands of dollars annual ly on this one point, and perhaps some day we will have a legislature that is not afraid of tbe man who keeps a dog. Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. "No-Drip" is tbe most clercr little silvered Coffee Strainer erer invented. Get one free from Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis., by the Coupon Plan. Tbe Coupon and Dr. Shoop's new book on Health Coffee sent to any lady re questing them. Yon can trick any one by secretly sorringf Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee at meal time. Yonr visitor or yonr husband will declare be is drinking real eoffee and yet there is not a irrain of real coffee in Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. Pnre grains, malt, and doU give Health Coffee its exquisite taste and flavor. No 20 to 30 minutes tedious boiling, "Made in a Minute." Try' it from yonr erocer and get a pleasant sur prise, 1H lb package 25c. Geo. E. Perry. Rtad and advsrtlss In Gstd Lsaf. Easy to Cure Coughs, Colds. Sore Throat a.nd Catarrh. ' Breathe II vomei.' It. will Aim.. tarrb-or any nose or throat trouble u you iouow direction Don t lay it aside when the snuffling, hawking and spitting have ceased. Stick to it daily until you are sure that tho catarrh germ is dead, and that your air passage are free from their pois- uuuus lunuence. Jtyomei (pronounc ed Iligh-o-me) is the only treatmeut for nose, throat and lung troubles that has ever been sold with the un derstandmg that if it did not cure,4 it was to cost absolutely nothing. Hyomei can bo obtafned nt drmr- gi8ta everywhere nnd at W. W. Par ser s wno guarantees it to cure ca tarrh, croup, sore throat, coughs and colds. A complete outfit ?1.00, which is mighty cheap for a reaiedy that has cured more cases of catarrh than all the catarrh specialists on earth. An outfit consists of an inhaler, a bottle of Ilyomei, a supply of mti septic gauze, a medicine dropper, and full Instructions for use. The inhaler is made pocket size, of hard rubber, and will last a lifetime. And tear in mind that extra bottles of Ilvomei. if needed, cost only 50 cents. Cures indigestion It relieves stomach misery, sotur tom ach, belching, and cures all titoniarh dis ease or money back. Larpe box of tab lets 50 cents. Druggists hi all towns. H. L. PERRY, Attorney at Law, Henderson,. N. C. Office 137 - - "1 Main Street. P.H. Montgomery & Go OXFORD, N. C. Sanitaru Plumbers, Steam Fitters and Electricians. Supplies, Fixtures and Repairs. Wiring anfElectrlcal Work la sll Its branches. J Tet, im fn mSuli vnn Hfimntm nti nnvtltintr in our line. All Work Guaranteed. HENRY PERRY. INSURANCE. A strong line of both LIFE AND FIIlH COMPANIES represented. Policies issued and risks placed to best advantage. Office: : : : : la Court House. I" EUCIBETS SEEDS SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER: rHm V.H4 K BifW A trl! WtU msks you oar DcrmsttaDt customer. Drirs fnllrrlnft Batwk. it nrwui U tte finest I Tamls. T IplemUd I OsIm. bust TUM- OSS H H4IW ltalB-t T.nU U sil. Writs to-day; Mention this Paper. SEND 10 CENTS V) enrtr pou u4 psekiif m mm tfcU rajasfcta j3.fm-MTs tteaaiifal hrr4 Plant Haas, Benton Mineral Water. I will make delivery ot BEN TON MINERAL WATER in Henderson every Saturday, fresh from the spring, at 50 cents for 5-gallon demijohn, or 1 2 half-gallon bottles 75 cents. Persons who have used this water are perfectly satisfied with its good effects. Prompt attention will be given to all orders. B. F. HARRIS, It. F. D. No. o.t Henderson, N. C CHICHESTER S PILLS fjr? THE DUHU.tlt BBiKl. A l aaJral Asa 1 ruia la Hr4 box. mUr Take atarr Itf-aarrWt. Akn IMAMOMD HKAKI PI1XM. t Sa yean kaawa M Bat. Satet. Alwan SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE fity Barber Shop Murrell & Page, Proprietors An Easy Shave ! A "Slick" Hair Cut ! Is what yon get every time you patronize this shop. We are ex perieueed Darbem, and five every customer our very beat service, hop newly furnished throughout, (.'hairs opbolstered in leater clean, cool, sanitary ME toltcit your pctronmgmt BlUHRELIi & PAGE. A. G. DanieL Wfcolal and Retail Dealer la . . Shingles, Laths, Lum ber, Brick, Sash. Doors and Blinds. Fall stock at iowest Prices. Opposite South ern Orocerj Company. Hsndsrson, N. C. aa ttala anJIIcW Bar af raar " , r tii-t irV.-rrBs A if