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r' A BUSINESS C THAT IS i VVcrth Having ;vcrtii Adrertising i KVK'iV DAY I IN THE YEAR. Be Sure If Yen Wi&t You are right by first v. liting an ud vertiHeraeiit netting fortb the bargains you of fer, and iiinert it in the (JOLI LKAr'. Than prepared forbuH ineBt. yon can ADVERT1S1NB To reach the people of Hen derson and sur rounding coun try, let them know the induce ment joa bold out to (ret their trade by a well displayed adver tisement in IS THE FOUNDATION OF SUCCESS IX my Diicmree ML O Then 6o Ahead. je am DUdinta Til SOLD LEAF Ira nio R. m.llG, Publisher. " O abolina., Carolina, HjBA-srEisr's Blessings .TTEjsrr Hee." SUBSCHIPTIOE S1.C0 Cstb. VOL. XXIX. HENDERSON. N. CM THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1910. NO. 20. Take ONE of the Little Tablets and the Pain is Gone HEADACHE NEURALGIA "Dr. Miles' Ami Pain Pills have been used by me for rheu matic pains, headache and pain in back and sides, and In every case they gave perfect satisfaction." Henry Courier, Boonton. N. Y AND THE PAINS OF RHEUMATISM and SCIATICA 25 Doses 25Xents Your Druggist sells Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln.Pills and he 15 authorized to return the price of the first jkigc (only) If It falls to benefit you. Capital-Capital Highway j land. T. G. Leak, Jr., and other rich i land farmers are successful in "styx" us the wilderness was onc railed The Sociability Run From ' (,lood roada nnd Kood sense 18 what's 1 ! !- i (doing it. m Columbia to Pinehurst in Pity the poor fellow who w not a Which Fifty Cars Participa-! tTrf r0ad8' , u - j - a r t I Klierhe Springs much work is ted Car After Car Puffing , leing done. And the road to Ellerbe Raqilv anrl P.ro.fll ALI,1i'roin -Rockingham, is much better lastly and Lracetully Along than it ever was and by summer the Great Natural Highway, huld, and will be made, one of the YU' L AYi. y i , i Very finest in the county. Which When Completed j From Ellerbe on signs of progress Will Mean So Much to All : a"d improvement are visible. Again Tj , . . the credit belongH to good roads, owns and 1 erritorv Alone Th link rtwn Kiwh nnd NaL.i , Beautiful sight. tV "ew anV,f roun cfn Jnd ! "in yyn impi ovhii. 11 win ueveiop jthe country. Thf bridges are all good. The fill Routh of Naked Creek the Route, A RockitiKliuin Post, April 28tli. In-slay Hud Wednesday of lasl "in be improved on and the road week- wvre autmobile da.vs nnd the should be clayed at the first oppor- Your Property Represents Money, and your mercantile credit Is based on what you own. In ten minutes a fire can wipe out the saving.? of years. Then look to y..nr FIKH INSURANCE. Ibid you not better make sure .NOW that you havea strong policy? If vour policy bears the label of the ( ITiZIOXS HANK it is equivalent to a certified check in case of a fire. We want your business. Insurance Department Citizens Bank. T. B. BULLOCK, Manager. ley's . Iaxafive For Stomach Trouble, Sluggish Liver and Habitual Constipation. It cures by aiding all of the digestive organs gently stimu lates the liver and regulates the bowels the only way that chronic constipation can be cured. Especiallyrecommended for women and children. Clears blotched complexions. Pleasant to take. Refuse substitutes. For Sa.le by all Druggists link of tlm camtal-to caoitHl hio-ii. whj from Columbia to I'inelmrst has been nu.spiiiouslv opened and "all right." It was termed a "Sociabilitr Run" and was a success. Some fifty cars including thoe from Rockingham participated in the run. C-ir from Columbia, Camden, Ilartsville, Flor ence, Darlington, Reunettsville, Che raw and other points contributed to the big event. The first cars pulled out from Columbia Monday afternoon spend ing the night at Bishopville. The big rains and swollen streams kept the start from being bigger. The procession grew as it proceeded. Cars joined in from every town en route. The party lunched'at Cheraw Monday afternoon. After a half hour in "The Best Town At All" the final dash for Pino hurst was successfully made. The run from Rockingham to Pinehurst was made in two and a half hours, Mr, H. C. Wall in his 30-horse power Maxwell set the pace. It was a beautiful sight. Car nfter car putting easily and sracefullv along the great natural highway, which when fully completed mean:? so much to all towns and territorv along the route. The road from Rockingham to Pinehurst is pretty good fine in many places and level all along. 1 he road to bllerbe is good. Mr. W. B. Covington is "on to" his iob i nd in a few weeks he is going to give luctimonu county some roads of which it can be genuinely proud. Work with the right material and the indispensable delay will bring about the much desired result. From Ellerbe to Naked Creek is a new stretch of road, just made, which is not yet m the best of condition, but the commissioners of Mineral Springs township are to be com mended for the progress they have made, it ought to be clayed and the job mushed. It will do much to open up the new country through which it tunitv. Jackson Springs is still doing bus iness at the old stand. It is sur- rounded by good roads and tlie sur rounding country bespeaks it. What Did the Gentleman Lack? !1U WELDON, N. C. Manufacturers of.. BRICK OF ALL KINDS FIRE RRICK a SPECIALTY. 5Ms,. Prompt attention given orders. J. J. BEJSCH. Henderson, X. C. Local Agent. r Good Nem 'I write to tell you the good news that Cardui has helped me so much and I think it is just worth its weight in gold," writes Airs. Maryan Mar shall, of Woodstock, Qa. "I do hope and trust that ladies who are suffer ing as I did, will take Cardui, for it has been a God's blessing to me, and will certainly help every lady who is suffering." (Jlood bridges have been built over Naked and Drowning creeks, Now we come to "Tufts Land" and at once feel the magic touch of his wizard hand. It is shown in bet ter roade, better farms ami new life in every way. The roads are great as smooth as a floor, and the good effect of these on the farm-life around is seen at a glance. Now comes Pinehurst into view and soon we arrive. All is hospi tality and the cleverest of entertain ment. An evening of instruction and amusement is enjoyed by the one hundred and fifty odd "Capital High wayers." Pinehurst is' a beauty. There are some thousands of acres all owned by Mr. .Leonard Tufts, lie gives the management of the thing (and it is a big thing) his personal attention There are four hotels, a store, golf inks, a dairy, stables and kennels, floral garden, farm, arts and crafts shop, studio, tennis courts, baseball park, steam lauudry and other X I . : i ... t : IIIIUILB LUU UUIUCIUUS IU 1UCUUUU. t is without a counterpart anywhere. t is unique and a success and .noth ing succeeds like success. The genius of Mr. Tufts is shown all about it He has made good. He is all right at talent, farmer, road builder, in short he is a fiiet-class four-square citizen. He is a good roads zealot. And right lie s, His capltal-to-cnpital highway idea is coming apace. It s a certainty, it can t fail. Tee Tufts heart is in it therefore success. It will make neigh bors of remote sections. It will usher "new comers" this way. It will wind up and "probe forward. late summer will see the project good in hand. Richmond county road corpmis- Monroe Journal. The prisoners in the State peniten tiary of Minnesota publish a paper for circulation among themselves. One of the gentlemen who contribute to its columns, the cause of whosede tention is not stated, writes this well worded article: 'This I call life: To live every min ute of every day, without haste, with out rest; to learn what may be learn ed, and to be cheerfully ignorant of what does not matter to me; to love all women, and one in particular, and any man; but to be ready to fight if j I have to; to make the most of the good'things, music, art, books, na- ! ture, and to make the least or the bad things. To be reasonably honest and truthful in moderation; to sell my shirt for a pal, but not to get into that situation more than necessary. To be temperate, but to eat and drink whenever I choose, independ ently of all meat boycotts, prohibi tion laws and health culture schemes. To propose an ideal without talking about it. Tt keep an open mind, and a cool head, a civil tongue and a clean collar. To worry all I want to. and no more; to avoid boring and being bored, knocking and being knocked. Not to preach and not to revile; that is, to be neither crook nor hypocrite, if it be granted me to be either, to condemn no man nor principle unheard; to keep ray faith between myself and the Almighty, or my unbelief to myself alone. Rather a nice creed, don't you think? But see where it landed me. AVe do not see anything in the gen tleman's creed that should have land ed him in his present position if he had lived up to it, neither do we see In it the essence of an answer to his implied question "Whatis Life?" His creed would produce a sang froid ex istence that no man could mistake for a successful life. All of his prop ositions go back to where they start ed, self. Certainly no life could be called passably worthy that did not have something of serious or unselfish purpose somewhere. The Master-Man. 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Disscuesing the protest of certain Grand Army camps against the plac ing of the statue of Geu. Lee in statu ary hall," the Mobile Register says: Robert K. Lee needs no vindica tion. Therefore, if we could speak for Virginia we would withdraw the statue of the General from the statu ary hall aud nay that Virgiuia can afford to wait until the entire coun try asks that it be reinstated there." The Chattanooga Times commenc ing on the Mobile paper's suggestion, save: "It isn't a matter of vindication; it is simply a matter of right. If theact of Congress creating the statuary ball means anything it is that each State shall have the right to select the two of its greatest men. whose busts are to occupy the niche provi ded for it. The question is shall Vir ginia make her own choice or shall a lot of irreconcilable south-baiting politicians decide for her? Our Chattanooga contemporary s view is that of the press generally, of all sections, and it is the correct one. Virginia's right to select the men whose statues shall represent her in the national Vahalla is not to be questioned, nnd she should not pay the slightest heed to the noise ot northern demagogues who welcome such opportunities to fan the dying embers of sectional hatred. If these professional patriots at the north should be strong enough to influence Congress in this matter, and Con gress should require the removal -of Lee s bust, then, and not until tuen, should Virginia remove it. And with it she should withdraw the statue of that other illustrious 6on. George Washington, leaving vacant the4;wo niches supposed to have been reserved for her. But Congress w ill never take such action. If Ohio and Michigan and Massa chusuetts and other States in which Grand Army posts have demanded the removal of Lee s statue are m sympathy with the demand, they mieht remove effigies thev have placed in statuary hall until such time as the immortal Lee shall be withdrawn. But those States are not in sympathy with that demand. The protest does not come from them, but from a few south-haters here and there whose apparent mission is to remind the country that, while the war is over, the bitterness engender ed by it has not entirely disappeared Samuel L. Clemens. Famous Humorist and Author Known to the World as Mark Twain, Whose Death Causes World of Letters to Mourn Brief Sketch of His Life; Some of His Noted Books A Tribute to His Memory Story of How He Came to Adopt His Pen Name. .. Elbert Hubbard in Tbe Cosmopolitan The waster-man is simply a man who is master of one person himself. When you have mastered yourself you are fit to take charge of other people. The mnster-man is a person who has evolved intelligent industry, concentration, and self-confidence until these things have become the habit of his life. Industry in its highest sense means ponscious, useful, and intelligent effort. Carried to a certain point, in dustry is healthful stimulation it means active circulation, good diges tion, sound sleep. Industry is a matter of habit. We are controlled by our habits. At first we manage them, but later they manage us. Habits young are like lion cubs so fluffy and funny! Have a care what kind of habits you are evolving; soon ypu will be in their power. 1 1 is habit that chains us to the tread mill and makes us subject to the will of others. And it is habit that gives mastership of j ourself and others. The highest reward that bod gives us for good work is the ability to do better work. ICest means rust. So we iet the formula: Acauire and evo.lve physical and mental in dustry by doing certain things at norrnin hunra Thft iov nnd sn.tiffl.rs sipnera had pleasant and profitable Df 8UCcessful effort overcoming taiKs wuu Mr. -tuns auout ruuu obstacles, getting lessons, master building and examined his 'brief ma- inc. details which we once thought chinery." The visit will mean better difficult evolve into a habit and There is a world of satisfaction in each one of them. The blending of the Car olina and Virginia tobaccos creates an exquisite smoke. A product of the sunny southern fields. Mild and Saikfyin 1 0 for 5c Baseball pictures and a valuable coupon in each package Old Mill Cigarettes are racked in TIN FOIL THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. ('' give concentration. Industry and concentration nxea in character as habits mean self-con fidence. Industry, concentration, and self- confidence spell mastership. So from the man we get the mas ter-man. They Need Simmons and Pou. roads for the county. NOTES OF THE TRIP. Traveling is good for you. It is frequently an eye opener. If you will keep your eyes open you will always learn something. The trip "overland" from Rocking ham to Pinehurst is worth while. In tbe first place you will note the great road improvement and besides you will spa Tnnih florierilt.nrftl develoo- ..... -" I" I ,., (,... T ment and always close to a good a road. Good roads and good farming It is generally believed that there is go hapd in hand. Unr good roads somebody to fill every mans place are already "tolerable. 1 hey mu9t who dies or ceases his activites in be made and kept better. - any particular sphere ol work. As a i rom Kocklnghamtotllerbe hope- general proposition, this is proDaoiy ful signs are apparent everywhere, true, but it s not without exceptions Good farming is being done. The State of Maryland is due to file The l'age road will give new life to an exception to this universal prop- these parts. "Sand hill land" is osiiion. Arthur P. Gorman died a capable of being made good farming few years ago, and it is evident his place has not been hliea in the pol itical management of the State. In fact, the men at the bat seem to be is patient, even with a nagging wife, for he QOvices in the business of special leg islation. An amateur baseball team An Ideal Husband knows ebe needs beip. sue may be so nervous and run-down in health that trifles j annoy her. If she is melancholy, excitable, troubled -with loss of appetite, headache, sleeDlessnees. constipation or fainting and diz?y spells, she needs Electric $ittr the most wonderful remedy for ailing women. Thousands of sufferers from female troubles, nervous troubles, backache and weak kid neys have used them and become healthy and happy. Trv them. Only 60c. Satisfac tion guaranteed by Melville uorsey. could do about as well. If they had gone up to Washington and gotten Simmons or W- Pou, heir troubles would now be over. Foley's Kidney Pills are antiseptic, tonio and restorative and a prompt corrective of all urinary irregularities. Kefuse substitutes. Sold by all Druggists. lAAAAaAAaaAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaa HOME MADE CORN WHISKEY Distilled in Franklin County, Va., by A. B. Rakes, Distillery, No. 297. My Copper Instilled Corn Whiskey prices as follows: 100 proof 1 gallon and jug and box $2,00. 2 gallons and jug and box 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 Buit you can return it to me and I will pay the charges both ways and re fund your money by first mail. A. B. RAKES, Distiller. R. F. RAKES, R. L. D. Rocky Mount, Franklin County, Va. P. S. Please mention that you saw advertisement in this paper when ordering. t fyVffffffffTVffffffffffff f IfffffTTffffTfffffffTtffTV Mr. Roosevelt. Thomasville Charity and Children. One of the most popular citizens in the United States to-day is Mr. Theo dore Kooseveit. lney are giving him all the honor the old world can bestow, and thousands of Americans are ready to fall down before him and wallow in the dust at his feet. But he is the same old Roosevelt he al- ways was no Detter anu no worse, He is human, and that makes the public love him. lie is brave, and courage always commands admira tion. W hatever else he is, he is no trimmer or timeserver. One cannot imagine his patting Senator Aldrich on the back and calling him sweet names, as President Taft haH done. But there is one thing about Roose velt that needs to le taken into ac count just now and that is that he is regular. Ihe Democrats, and per haps the Insurgents, are indulging the fond hope that when the mighty hunter returns that he will make things lively for the President and his policies. They are mistaken. Roosevelt put Taft in thepresidental chair, and he is going to uphold him. He is reckless and impulsive and says many fool things, but first of all he is a politician, and his influence in the councils of his party will be more like a zephyr than a cyclone. He will lead tbe warring factions smiling into peace. Those brethren who are prophesying the smashing of things generally, about next July might as well get ready to be disappointed. There is going to be no smashing. uifford Pincbot has already bad his dose and he may look wise and smile but he is not going to say anything. Roosevelt's mission for a while will be as a peace-maker; and while he ex plodes with the greatest facility he is no slouch at stilling a political tempest. He knows when to explode, and it always happens when it can not hurt the party. We are going to mase a prediction ana tuai is tuai Roosevelt will address himself to straightening out the tangles of the Republicans, and bringing the war ring elements into beautiful relations The biggest obstacle in Gov. Judson Harmon e way is Theodore Roose velt. John D. Rockefeller would go broke if h should spend his entire income trying lu preparea Detter medicine than LbamborlMJn s Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel complaints. It is simply impossible, and so says every !. x l J U.Il L -It illtj Ibui uua uwu ifr. ouiu i J mi u;ia. form in literary utterance and pas sages, like the "Jumping Frog" and Iim soliloquy at the grave of Adam "Roughing It." Gilded Age," "The Prince and the Pauper," "A Couuect icut Yankee at tbe Court of King Arthur" 'Tuddenhead Wilson," etc. He was a great American. His land is better known and understood be cause be wrote. A vast multitude of those who live tbe average life have bad from him inspiration, encourage ment, resolution, hope, laughter ana surcease from carking care. His pen name Mark Twain bad its origin in his wark&s a pilot on a Mississippi river steamer. In making soundings it was customary to call out, "Mark one, mark twain" (two.) A Regular Tom Boy was Susie climbing trees and fences, jump ing ditches, winning, . always getting scratches, cats, sprains, bruises, bumps, burns or scalds. But laws! Her mother just applied Bucklen's Arnica Halve and cured her quick. Heals everything beatable Boils, Ulcers. ceema. Old sores, torus or i lies Try it. 25c. at Melville Dorsey's. Samuel Langhome Clemens, Ameri ca's foremost humorist and known the world over as Mark Twain, who has just died at his home in Radiding, Conn., was born in the little town ot Hannibal, Mo., on November 30th, 1833. His father, John Marshall Clemens, came from an old Virginia family and with his young wife Elizabeth Lamp- ton, a descendantof the early settlers of Kentucky, he joined the sturdy band of pioneers, who pushed West over the Alleganies in the early part of the last century and settled along the banks of the Mississippi river. In the uncouth environment of the then little frontier town, Hannibal, the famous author spent his boyhood days. Here he fished, hunted and lounged along the river banks with his sturdy companions, living a heal thy outdoor existence, which un doubtedly accounted for his long life in the face of bis many afflictions. At the age of 12 years his school days ended by the death ot his father and he entered the printing otflce ot his brother Orion a. Clemens, at Han nibal as a printer s devil. Later he began a wandering life working at his trade. Still later he became a steam boat pilot and at the outbreak of the Civil War, enlisted in the Confederate Army and saw service for a short while. Not liking a soldier's life he soon joined his brother Orion, and aided him as Secretary of the Terri tory of Nevada, but with little to do and less pay, he spent most of his time in the mining camps. After some years he began his literary ca reer on the staff of the Virginia City Enterprise. He next did editorial work in Sacramento, California, and from time to time issued one and an other of his books. A trip to the' Orient and his letters, together with such books as he had written, attract ed notice and his fame was soon made. His varied life afforded him many ex perience? which he utilized in his works. In 1870 he was married to Miss Olivia L. Langdon at Elmira, N. Y., and four children blessed their union. He edited the Buffalo Express for a time, lived many years in Hart ford, Conn., in the literary colony. But he had his misfortunes as well as success. He organized a publishing firm and it failed and when already well advanced in life, lost everything he had. From his works and on the lecture platform, in two years, he paid off his debts and in due time gathered another fortune, refusing all aid. In l'JOi bis wife died at Florence, Italy, where she bad gone for health. He lost his only son. Tbe ast crushing blow was the death of his favorite daughter, only a short time ago, from an epileptic fit while in a bath tub, and a few weeks after, broken in health and heart he went to Bermuda, from whence he returned only a few weeks ago to peacefully end his days at his Redding home. An august figure passes from tbe world of time to the world of eternity in Mark Twain. For forty years he has held a place alone. No man writ ing in English, here or in England, has been more widely read in all lands. No author so united limitless circulation in bis own day, with a just claim for immortal fame, which .1 J 1 I A. tne iuture win uonor. io contem porary has covered a range so wide from tbe most lambent humor, both broad and biting, to romance which touched, moved and inspired. He was the product of the Ameri- rs i can newspaper, mere ne oegan. There he baa his training. To the end of his days bis work had the touch and inspiration of tbe journal ist, keen, actual, rapid and lit with mingled humor and tbe broader philo sophy of life. His early humor, pre cisely expressed in the "Innocents Abroad" and In the "Uilded Age," the attitude of the American to the still past of the old world and to tbe seething activity ol the new life with speculative fervor. He knew boy hood, as "lorn sawyer showed, and he knew tbe youthful American as "Huckleberry Finn" proved. What had been humor, and humor alone, in his first books, took a deeper form and shape of "King Arthur's Court," as seen through American eyes, and bia final interpretation of the mediae val age in "Joan of Arc," gave him a place among those who havea mes sage for other ages and other lands than their own. Much that be wrote will disappear. Much was ephemeral. Some pages men will perfer to forget. Humor is not perennial. His "Joan of Arc" will forever touch the youDg, and ".Tom Sawyer" will never cease to recall boy hood to the mature. Trans lated Into all tbe tongues of Europe and some of Asia, his success in them proves that his humor will outlast his day. He has given to the American temperament an unexampled expres sion. He has widened the joys of letters and multiplied the laughter of men. lie has given the world a new Appetite Gone. Indigestion is the Cause of it Get Rid of it. Feople go on suffering from little stomach troubles for years and im agine they have a serious disease. They over eat or over drink and force on the stomach a lot of extra work. But they never think that the stomach needs extra help to do extra work. If these people would take a Mi-o-na stomach tablet with or after meals it would be a great big help to the stomach in its strain of overwork. Mi-o-na is guaranteed by W. W. Parker to cure indigestion or any stomach diseaae-or money back. Mi-o-na for belching of gas. Mi-o-na for distress after eating. Mi-o-na for foul breath. Mi-o-na for bilousnesa. Mi-o-na to wake up the liver. Mi-o-na for heartburn. Mi-o-na for sick headache. Mi-o-na for nervous dyspepsia. Mi-o-na after a banquet. Mi-o-na for vomiting of pregnancy. Mi-o-na for car or sea-sicknesH. Fifty cents a large box at lending dealers everywhere and at W. W. Parker's. Booth's Pills cure constipation 25 cents. ii LI immoDHisft-O Mii Cures catarrh or money hack. Ja6t breathe it In. Complete outfit, inontlin Inhaler $1. Extra bottles 60c DruKgittta, H. L. PERRY, Attorney at Law, Henderson, N. C. Office 137 Main Street. Don't Risk even a penny until health return And I mean Just exactly tlmt. I am the one pbyalcisn who tart to the sick, 1 will, out of my own pocket. iy fur your luedi cine if it fails to bring you help!" And for 20 years Dr. Bhoop's medicines have Got Health been used and recommended In evry city and hamlet in America. Thy are positively stana srd in every community and everywhere Then whv nay the cash, and at your rUk, for other unwarranted and uncertain mllclnri' Thousands unon thousands have in tha pa successfully u.mi lr. blioop s Krotormtlvo. When the bto- inacii ?trvM lor the iicart ll m ms mk. amor h inner nerves fall. I- M the sir sot" know how IE SJ quickly Df LshOOD'i He- stomtlva will blins them back to neaitn sgain. ut u 01 an they positively take no money rUk whatever ThT know that when health falls to return Dr rfhoop will hlmsell siaoiy pay inenn)Biri lor that test. And for that test a full 3U day truat- ment is freely granted. But write me first for an order. This will save delay snd disappointment. All druirsista sell Pr. Bhoop's Itentoratlvo and Dr. Riood's am Kheumatlc Kemedr. but It laa 4a avSk all am not authorized to H Dl F JI srlvB the day test. So H H m.m iropnianni dIsp for I w haveappoltit od an honent and responsible dmrrli't In almost every community. everywhere, to lsue my no help, no pay. medicines to uie sick. Tell me also which book yon need. The books below will surely open up new and helpful Ideas to T?Jk tbo who are not well. Besides MM gt ss st ou are perfect ly freeto consult 1?" i 1 II " Jut as you would your mJi if borne physic ian. 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